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

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Under his supervision, our building has been kept in a most excellent condition and has shown little of the ravages of time. To say that everyone will miss Andy is an understatement. He is the only one who knows where things are stored and who can produce almost anything at a moment's notice like a magician. This is especially true of the stage equipment, but is applicable to any situation. NWC will miss him also because of his pleasant personality and his keen understanding of vouth. Andy said, "l have enjoyed my work here because of the fine student body. Wforking with young people has helped me stay young." Mr. Andersen plans a trip next lune to Norway after an absence of fifty years. XVe all join in wishing him "Bon Voyage" and a "Thank You" for his fine work at M. H. S. The Home of the Muskies ls Beautiful Many moons ago a tribe of Indians known as the Muskies dwelt on the banks of a marshy lake. The chief of this tribe, Chief Muskie, was one of the wisest in the whole Indian nation and by far one of the most progressive. Chief Muskie called together a council and met with them to discuss new ways of getting knowledge. It was decided by these wise men to build a school. The first school was a long, low, wooden hut covered with bark where the young learned the common arts of the tribe. 'RK r Later they built 21 finer school. One of the chiefs, Cll21l'lCS Hackley, also interested in etluczition, built 21 manual arts school where the young braves and maids of the tribe could learn to work with their hands. Later a sports arena and gymnasium were added to strengthen the bodies as well as the hands and minds of the young Muskies. As the village grew, the school became more crowded until finally junior tepees were added and a community hut was estab lished for advanced knowledge. The home of the Muskies became known far and wide. Today it holds a unique place in the hearts of the tribesmen. The events of our school are presented here for you to see how the Muskies carry on the work started so long ago. TABLE OF CONTENTS Division Muskegon High ,.......... Undergrads .................. Sports ......,......,.,... Knowledge .......,, Interests .,,..,..,........, Entertainment ......., Seniors ...,........,,,. Advertisers ,.,,..... Page ...SO ...56 ....78 ..........118 ,.,.,.,...142 ......,,.172 Muskegon High The home of the Muskies is well known in the community. It is presided over by a Big Chief, Little Chiefs, counselors, and senior members of the tribe who lay the plans and supervise the functions of the schools. They keep the traditions and knowledge of the tribe alive and progres- sive. W W Nwswax-zv'vvNf - w , as W M WN , . ww.. -w.,..,,,M mu-N WN, "'W-sw---A 'M "' vu.. "K "1 NM nm, X X M fi 'R N, W r 'K . A f, Wm , hx '3 ws w N M' Q 'W' qw, N 1-M wx Y 4. Y N85 ,gh x x " . N Ya X, NWN-X - mv X V 'W N A 1 A Xm Www, ' W x X x Q Q AR RX ,X ks' X X x if SN N A X MQA . X N - - fgiffwlwmk ' X 'X Rs iwg ,X , wx X ' " A 2 M N-M, X .ig Sv W I' ' A xx N N Q X, 3. 1 X. W 'f ,.......,.,. 5.1. X ,M ,- X .N if X X Y k F s N, N Sw ' . - '- df' 9 MUREL G. BURDICK, M.A. Senior High Principal Mr. Burdick, always kept busy being friendly lo all who come lo him for acl- vice, keeps our school running smoothly. In his leisure time he enjoys golf and bridge. Chiefs Keep Schools Running . . . The responsibility of keeping everything working harmoniously falls chiefly to Mr. Burdick and his assistants, Mr. Ihrman and Mrs. Kyes in Senior High. while Mr. Huttengzl, Miss Herkimer, and hir. Diebel supervise the Manual. ALICE M. KYES, M.A. DONALD l.. IHRMAN, M.A. . . . ' I A I Assistant Principal Asslsianl Prlnclpa Mrs, Kyes is kepl busy counseling al school besides M Ih n enioys sailing, fishing, and reading, in keeping house and enioying her cal, "And is he his leisure lime, inlereslingln says Mrs. Kyes. EDWARD J. HUTTENGA, M.A. Director of Vocational Education and Adult Education Program Mr. Huttenga enioys hunting, fishing, athletics, and woodcraft. He has a daughter at the University of Michigan and a son at Michigan State University. . . . Efficiently and Harmoniously They work constantly with both students and faculty to keep M. H. S. running smoothly and efficiently. EMILY HERKIMER, M.A. THAD E. DlEBEl., A.B. Homemaking Supervisor Industrial Arts Director Miss Herkimer enioys collecting antiques and foreign Mr. Diebel's hobbies are outdoor sports and h e olls. She also supervises all F, H. A. Chapters in crait work, Being ambitious, Mr Die-bel is wtll the Muskegon Schools. his way to attaining his M,A from the U. o E . ,-xy' X , ' ' ., .c. -xx -we-wmv-Mmmm.. X2 X X X NNN A ' N.. f: Z'i'2 59 ' I M FREDERICK R. BRAIL, M.A. WILLIAM C. DENTON, M.A. Counselor Counselor Mr. Broil, supervisor of the Audio-Visual Aid Program ut Mr. Denlon's favorite hobbies ure hunting, fishing, Muskegon, is a great "Do-II-Yourself" Ian. and photography. HARRIETT M. REID, B.E. Counselor Miss Reid enioys flower gardening, and is the advisor of 'he Hi-C Club. Problems . . . and Solutions The counselors at M. H. S. never fail to lend a manage to find a solution. Any difficulty they have to willing ear to a student with a problem. No matter meet and straighten out is taken in their stride as being what type of problem it is, our counselors nearly always in the routine course of events. DERWIN JOHN WALVOORD, M.A. PAULINE F. DUNSMORE, M.A. WAYNE J. STORMS, B.S. Co-Ordinator Co-Ordinalor Co-Ordinator In addition to being o co-ordinotor, Mr. Wolvoord Collecting ceromics, reoding, ond club work occupies Mr. Storms uses his leisure time to further his interest teaches Business Moth, Bookkeeping, and Typing. Mrs. Dunsmore's spore time. in literature and reading. Co-ordinators Co-operate A co-ordinator's work is never done! The co-ordinzltors in the Manual and Annex work hard with students to give them as much training and experience as possible in whatever field of endeavor they plan to go into after school days. It is the co-ordinator's job to make the adjustment from school to the future job as easy as possible for the student. FRANKLIN JOSEPH LOWRY, B.S. Co-Ordinator HAROLD JOHN ROSENGREN, M.A. Mi. Lowry, who hos four children, enicys hunting, Mr. Rosengren enioys sottboll ond hieti collections. fishing, and fly-tying ond is u member ofthe Board He hos three children who resemble their mother and ol Directors of the Muskegon County Girl Scouts, attend McLoughlin School. ln hm leisure time, Mrs. Coutchie enioys playing Mi Plummer enjoys ieadinq in his leisure time, n while on hall duty' Music and traveling also SARAH ANN COUTCHIE, M.A. English nnrt qurctc-ning, She is also the advisor oi Carmenta. RALPH HOWARD PLUMMER, M.A. English are his hobbies. English, Basis of Learning . . . It is ll well-known fact that English is one of the most basic and necessary courses in our school curriculum. English is ii required course for every high school student and is recognized as u fundamental for all other courses. THORA M. LUNDELL, M,A, JOHN WILLIAM HARRISON, A,B. English Y English, Journalism, Photography M L d H h er - e me Sena, F-me Am MARCELLA M' O CONNOR' A'B' Mr Harrison advises the Camera Club. During his Sdgietyljn eiiioysw fiujljcp and Ssewing in eherl leisure English spare time he eniays writing, fishing, and goli, hours. ru-vi., u..:. EBBA H. BEDKER, A.B. MABEL JANE QUAll. BA English Mss Raues hobbies graphology and doodles, are bath amusinq and interesting. Miss Sheridan enloys traveling, especially in Mexico where she studies the prehistoric culture. English Although she teaches during working hours, in her spar? time Miss Bedker is a willing student for anything new concerning the culinary arts. Also she devotes much of her time to Delta Kappa Gamma and church activities. . . . and Understanding English offers the basic understanding of our language that is necessary to understand any other phase of living. Since all of our communicating is dune through either reading or speaking English, it is easy to see why the understanding of our language is so important. Also, our English courses offer literarx' studv that is always useful and interesting. JEANETTE JANE CARLSON, A.B. Latin and Refresher English PEGGY FHU5 WlNGl'ER AB EVA HERIDA , B. . S EnglishN A Mrs. Carlson is the co-advisor ot the llA class and Engllsh the co-advisor of the Junior Classical league, Pho- , tography and flower gardening occupy most at her snare time English This year Mrs, Quail is the president at the Mus e gon Business and Professronal Women s Club Mrs, Wlngler eniavs collecting antiques and spoons Attending movies, reading an travelrnq also Eskrlsorv is the advisor of Speech Gul Speaking Techniques Emphasized No one has to be speaking taught in the speech at some time in gained from his speech techniques, courses in advanced speaking are offered. FRANKLIN G. POLING AB Speech Mr. Poling directs Uhe senior class pa s and assemblies. His hobby is hs n JEANETTE FABER, AB Speech and Dramahcs Eolh Mosque and Thespions boost of having Miss liobzr advise them, ln her spore time she fm s her collection of furlles very amusing a great speaker to enjoy learning the principles of public speech classes at M. H. S. Nearly everyone has to give a his life and is glad for the knowledge of speaking he has classes. For those who want to really develop their speech BARBARA ANN ESKILSON, A.B. Speech, Dc-bale, and Forensics ld cmd tooth:-v dt-hole and forensics. FRANCES K. REDMOND, A.B. English ji M re.-fimowl 1, am-.t-ci .n n.if-miuw .c .-ii.-.vat-.1 r , ia na. rrfirooow ln hr-r omit- limi' she :ggi 1 rilu hook rc-vu-ws, and qrves dromtilrc Qflgzfv rr-orlrnqs. Mis-r Merirv is on odvisor for Yhe Junior Classical Leoqne. She hm ci blooded rocker spunis-I as Misa Helvie, supervisor of lhe Spanish Club. EDITH M. MERRITT, M.A. Latin 0 pei, MARIAN COLE HELVIE, B.S, Spanish, English aku nmol deliqhi in lruvellnq and collcriing small carved figurines. Foreign Atmosphere At Home Grammar is not the only thing taught in the foreign language classes at M. H. S, ln addition to learning the language, students find out about the people who speak the language. Much emphasis is Put on the customs and environment of people who live in foreign lands. FLORENCE TOOL, M.A. French Mrs. Tool, busy rnothci of three girls, enloys photoqrcphy in her leisure hours ix ,g..l - is . wax ii ff , l'l"l'tlS'iiK.- X. X K N V3-sl-' it will X 1 ,gr , H, wb 1 r ei' ll! , . 54 'Al IQ ,fr 5 '- f.,Q'l' 2.1.-5. I" 4 P'ff'.i.P?l ' ,' Q70 jjgf: -, 1' L . r L 0 ,Wi X , R, ,, -I ' L L7 f' 1 is fi:ff..'..'!ff? '25 fzlfrj IL. , 1:91 Ln, 0 'hi' gf fy ,iff'Xig!'5's ' li' 5-5 di iz' Il' V l ' i i . -'LQ ek. Q5 if f . - A dw" l- 1 l eff F L V K L iii ripe fl-1 I 'fi' - 1 id., A 3 kr, ' Qf 1 . . -ess - ' - VN ---L f KENNETH ROLFE, M.A, Math Mi. Rolfe is the very capable advisor of the Student Council, DOROTHY EVELYN ANDREWS, A.B. Geometry and Algebra Mrs. Andrews is the l2A clues advisor. Her hobbies are collecting antiques and gardening. ROBERT WILLIAM RITCHESKE, B.S. Mathematics Mr Ritclu-slre is kent busy much of the time with tn. fomhinq of qolt, tennis, ond basketball at Muxtwqon Community College. STANLEY ROLFE, M.A, Trigonometry, Geometry, and Algebra Mr Rollek two children, James and Carol, have hath followed in their tothefs footsteps. James ti-ofhr-5 in Alleqan, and Carol is teuchmq at Muskegon Heights Figures and Formulas Featured The mathematics department puts emphasis not only on the solving of the text book problem, but also on the practical application of the method of solution. Contrary to popular belief, the method used to get an answer is often stressed more than the answer itself. Many problems that have no connection whatever with a classroom can be solved by practical application of classroom methods. STRATEWULA KEHIA5, M.A. Physical Education Miss Kehias enioys swimming, ice fishing and skiing in her leisure time. She is also an ad- visor of G. A. A. ADELAIDE L. SEASTROM, B.S. Physical Education Mrs, Seastrom is the advisor at G. A. A. and teaches life Saving. Since she enioys sports, her hobby is bowling. Physical Education Stressed Physical health and mental alertness go hand in hand. For this reason, the physical education program is being stressed more than ever. With the friendly teachers and varied activities, the physical education classes are enjoyed by everyone. HARRY E. POTTER, B.S. Physical Education Mr. Potter has taken up fishing as his hobby He has two children and two grandchildren. GORDON THOMAS McSHANNOCK, M.A. Physical Education Mi McShonnock coaches the football and track squads at Muskegon. ln his spare time he enjoys reading. WILLIAM L. STEWART, M.M. Band and Orchestra Mr. Stewart has the responsibility of supervising the entire instrumental music program. He has twin sans who are following his example by studying music. WILLIAM JOHN Del-IORN, M.A, Choir, Music Appreciation, Business Math Mr. DeHorn, who has two children, enioys reading in his leisure time. Music Takes Spotlight Muskegotfs music department, both vocal and instrumental, is one of the most popular departments with the students of M. H. S. We have a very fine at cappella choir, and our band and orchestra have been taking top ratings ut state contests for many years. FRED S. ROYS, M.M. Instrumental Music Mi. Revs' hobbies are hunting and fishing. CAROLYN LENTZ, B.M. Instrumental Music Miss Lentz's hobbies are swimming, ice skating, and reading. DONALD RAY ARNSON, B.A. Driver Education Mr. Arnson, being the assistant football coach for Ihe second team, has taken up sports cls his hobby. RUSSELL A. KELLY, B.S. Driver Education Mr. KeIly's family has made Q fine reputation at Muskegon High. He has six sons, all of whom have earned football letters at Muskegon. Safety First . . . Last . . . Always The driver's training program at M. H. S. is elimi- nating many traffic hazards that are caused simply by ignorance of the rules of the road. The aim of this program is to teach students the traffic regulations and the proper methods of driving an automobile so that they will be better drivers, thus making highway travel safer. Mrs. Cowan keeps a close check on the health of our students. She takes care of the casualties that range from the sniffles to a fall down the stairs. LDRED EVERDEO COWAN, B.S. Nurse 2l GEORGE A. RUSSCHER, M.A. History Mr. Russcher is the advisor oi Hi-Y. In his spare time he eniovs gardening. WILLIAM HENRY YOUNG, M.A. American History and Government Mr. Young's interests range from a vigorous game of golt or bowling to o quiet evening of cords. Keeping Posted . . . The social studies department has one of the most complex programs in our school curriculum. History is being made all over the world every day, and the social studies teachers have it constant race to bring their courses its near to the prcsent as possible. RUSSELL O. PARTINGTON, M.A. Social Studies Mr. Portington enioys fishing, camping, photog- raphy, ond forestry in his leisure time. He has cu married daughter who has followed her parents' pattern and become o teacher, JAMES H. CURNALIA, M.A. World History Mr. Curnolia is advisor oi the Booster Club. His hobbies ore qurdeninq and reading. PAUL .I. DUNWORTH, M.A. American History Mr. Dunwortlw was the advisor for the V756 February Class. RAYMOND C. CARLSON, M.A. History Mr. Carlson has iwo boys: Kenneth, tour, and Robert, two, He also coaches basketball and golf. N-13' . . . Cn Current Events American history, world history, government, and economics are some of the courses included in the social studies department. The courses have no chance to get dull because there is something happening continuously that must be added to make the course complete. ARILD E, NIELSEN, M.5. Hisiory Mi. Nielson Oniovs nicnicking and gardening He is tho falhci of one red hailed baby boy. ETHEL E. PIHLSTROM, B.S. Miss Pilvlsfrom advises the Said and Done staff. In lwi leisure time she enioys reading, cooking and listening to music ARTHUR J, REED, M.A. Sales, Economics, Business Organization and Business Math 1 HARVEY L. PAULSON, M.A. Advanced Bookkeeping, Business Law Mi Foul on ii. thi- Dm-:lov ol the Muskegon Hugh fifhool fionmtil lund, Hu holxhues ou bowl- inq, luirlqc, Und qoli Commercial Opportunities . . . There is always ll great demand for people well trained in the commercial field. Therefore, the commercial students at M. H. S. take full zrclx'm1t11ge of the nmny opportunities to learn the office skills offered through these courses. RUSSELL STEVENS, M.B.A. VERA VESTA KLONTZ, BC.S. Bookkeeping, Typing ANTHONYDE- GH-SDORFI Ph-M" n Commercial M Sn-vt-nl. ii, the lone, N756 Class advisor and Bookkeepmg' Typmg' and Busmess Anlhmeht Miss Klontz collects antique colored gloss tumblerc iii-iviwi. niiivitv hook -,nies He eniovs workinq While Mr Gilsdori enioys travel ond hiking, one oi os o hobby. She is the advisor for the Notionnl in the out oifdoors. his more unusual hobbies is mountain climbing. Honor Society. 6 O 6 IRENE MARGARET HITCHCOCK, A.B. Typing, Arithmetic Miss Hitchcock, although she attends strictly to typing and arithmetic in school, spends most of her spare time as 0 great experimenter in th'- field of sewing. CECELIA KNOLL, A.B. Typing, Shorthand Miss Knoll is taking time out from her teachinq and many social activities to assist the June Class of i956 with their graduation plans, Require Many Skills Most office jobs require a great deal of versatility, and any person hoping for such a position must be able to handle many jobs. Wfith this thought in mind the commercial teachers at M. H. S. strive to perfect students' skill in such courses as typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and the use of office machines. GOLDIE L. MAYROSE, A.B, Commercial Mis. Mavtase, supervisor of F. A, C., has three sons. Two at them, David and John, are now in college. The third, Robert, has graduated from college and is now in the armed forces. MARION D. YOUNG, B.S., M.A, Commercial Mrs Young, very prim and proper, eniovs nothing more than finding a comfortable cushion in a rowboat from which to spend some time fishing. Mi law 4 rn lli Nui may -.4-r' H WALTER G. LADD Ar? Mclal luvlfl -. inlz-if-slx mu- wirlvly www-nfl His Hill- holxlrivw rfxnrjv from 1-lvdvonifx rmrl pho loqvrmhy lo hunlinq DONALD WILLIAM MOONEY, B.S. Shop Math and Algebra Moon:-y u chilzlir-n haw- fvvlriinly vnmlu hun ,Mmm mmf, mi you il. fi mf-mn-. nl me ihmq lmnvl nl ilu- Unrvvlwily ol Mlchvriun flunqhh-v, 11 quiflualv ol Hmklf-y Hoixulml ,vnu Sfhrml, im now fill:-nzlinq Moody Eilmlv llvhlillill' ANN E. MOLZEN, M.A, Arl ocational Skills Developed The manual courses ut M. H. S. offer practical training in xmdnons such 115 foundry work, auto mechanics, printing, :md mnnv otlurs KENNETH C. KOLBERG BS Mechanical Drawing E. G. APPEL, B.S Mechanical and Architectural Drawing Mr. Appel devolew much of his spare Mme fishing and gardening. He has been blesse with four grandchildren. His con an Chico o has two girls, and his daughter in California has two boys, ,we THEO A. PACK, M.A, Clothing and Interior Decorating Miss Pack enioys collecting ceramics and antiques as a hobby. Every Girl Should Know Eventually, almost every girl becomes a homemaker. Even many career girls set up housekeeping. Consequently, the home economics courses are both popular and practical because there is very little chance that the knowledge gained from the courses will ever be wasted. Two of the most helpful people in school are our librarians, They not only help students find books and information. but they also familiarize the student with the library so that he can use it more independently. GLADYS MARIE COLLIER, B.S. Family Relations and Homemaking Mls,Collie1 is the advisor of the Junior Red Cross and the assistant advisor of F. H. A. Hoi hobbies are iraveling, sewing, and reading. AGNES L. McINTYRE, B.S, Foods Miss Mclntvre, advisor for the F. H. A,, enioys music in her spare time. MARGARET M. ELLIOT, A.B., M.S, Librarian Mis. Elliot s hobbv, gardening, sounds familiar to evervoneg but her garden consists of herbs and cacti rather than vegetables or flowers, ANNA V. JOHNSON, A.B., B.S. Librarian Everyone has taken a quick liking lo Miss John' son, our newest librarian, During her leisure hours Miss Johnson enioys handicraft. X3 r"' Training For Future Jobs In many instances on-the-job experience is combined with classroom activities to make preparation for future occupations more complete. HENRY V. BOLT, A.B. Cabinet Making Mi. Bolt has many interesting hobbies. Among thorn is the unusual sport of tropical fishing. ROBERT H. LEITCH, A.B. Daytrade Machine Shop DONOVAN G. KRUEGER, B.S. Electricity Among Mr. Klueqefs many interests, hunting and fishrnq are outstanding. R. B. SHEATHELM, A.B. Printing Mi. Shvnthelm is in charge of printing produc- tion His hobbies ore outdoor sports, especially skiinq. He is the father of two children. JAMES E. TAYLOR, B.S. Auto Mechanics Mi. Taylor is another outdaorsman. His favorite luohbins are hunting and fishing. Wi, KENNETH EARL PARR, M.5. Foundry and Mathematics Mr. Parr enioys reading and playing chess ml? 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Varin, D. Vasquez - by - ,sg X P. 52 ::'- , ., ii 'ig' sis V " ' R ' rE:- ' ...Sr ,,,, I ,blb '..:1.. ' is ,, ...' Q ' - " ' ,,Aq . "Q C' ' I 1 ,'x, li . ' Q ss. fx f A D , K"1 we-Q. ' . Q we -5-.L W . S X JK N -t 2 A X 4 T. Westedt, J. Wheaton, J. Wierengo, J. Wierengo, M. Wilkie, S. Williams W. Williams, J. Wilson, W. Wilson, l.. Wood, S. Wood, F. Woods G. Workman, G. Workman, M. Workman, C. Wright, J. Wright, A. Wynbelt Q .1 ,W i 8+ N Y ew -3 i s xi i ' H., it L up Q s N. Veldhuis, R. Venske, C. Verburg, S. Virag, A. Visser, A. Vredeveld R. Wade, L. Wadkins, 5. Waggoner, V. Wagner, J. Wait, J. Walker J. Walker, B. Walthouse, M. Ward, D. Warren, E. Webber, B. Webster lg as ,I Elm 1, was b P J . , . K.. C. Yonkers, D. Yordy, D. Young, R. Young, M. Zacheriason, R. Zimmerman E. Zirk, H. Clark 53 Seniors I2 B's t-. L Q' L- R -Q H , ..:' ' I ,. V A. Ackerman, L. Akerley, J. Aldred, 'M ' . - .. ':E' if -'..- z -- AQ' -,f'- -. - "" Q , , It Q Q , Q 1 sr., i ...if L' H. Bastrom, J. 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Kienke Q' l .., Q 2. sl ik.. 1,1 ..m. .X ss 'ffm N- of Q wtf if K ,vqgiruuv ,,,,, V A ml -f I QN X N ., B. Loomis, P. Lundwoll, R. Mavis, f 'Y' SK- L B. McNeal, G. Near, C. Nixon "':: A wwf ,f : -. fl M J -. ....,, K 1 1. . Mm S w P A B P D , . - is I Q . aqunn, . earson, . Peterson, ff' " ' :,,...Q, P. Phmaps, B. Phinney, C. Fiat! x '1 V Zi Q -'fifji I X. i rf 'gm I H- v.-- .Q W'-Z: ct J. Pierainen, S. Prieve, B. Raymond, , , ., "' gf ' , 1 - 1 M. Robinson, R. Schaefer, M. Schoiiey ' ' me .. .- , ' "1 'vi ' -' -I' 5 1 , ' 0' ,, U K f s 1 .2 Y.. ... N mfs. 54 'Fw v ,,.r' ww,-: 1 w Shullenbeger, T. Sieisema, D. Slater, Smith, J. Spoelma, J. Spoelmu Sf. Amund, G. St. Amour, P. Stringham, Sfrassman, T. Thomson, E. Timsley Todd, C. Tomon, N. Tromp, VanderMoIen, W. VanDyke, R. VanRiper .:':,gQ:.VA X u , 'mm'-j5:f,j..:.-W I W ..- I A ' 'A A ' ' - . .. " " ' ' .X -N, his il M - 5 ' Q. . . . ,. 1 "." X W-4... Q, ,. Y-f -Nz. .Q ,- :ug lf. xg- .,::. 1. ,, . "' - b- - vs'-RG, . ' q " . " R 15... .Aix-, X : .,-iq",-ii.g, QQ: ti c ff. ,ig 4.5 '+I ,J 93.321 1: ',,j..,:..9Q j g.:- 1, , f f f. ' " 1 " V. D gr 11 3 . . P - ' .. . 2 . ' --.- . I ,, f , .... ..,,,. . 4 . .. 1 ai. .5 H i A P' f N- " " ' '- 1:-an :.I:.: " -f 7 '5f '-- if V. Ulrich, M. Vledder, J. Wierda, L. Wierengo, S. Zarnas, R. Zuidemu 55 Sports The Muskies are known for their ability in the various sports and have had many victories in past years over neighboring tribes. .x Qs MQW Qmxws-,1 U wxwm W QL N ,W F Nw x Mx Swwwwwws' g ,N . www .- Wm lu vpn... xx xxx E was M M M X M v ,5--.....,,,, .. ,an -qu N N 'x 57 S. 1 Jimi -af 5 num naw: uncvcxe, nent Johnson, Howard, Scott, Do ed, Tyler. Buck Row: Kuzyk, Wade, Saylor, Woodring. 'WY Football ls Big Sport Muskegon's football season was a fairly good one, as we won five games, lost three, and tied one. The big guns of the season were: .lim Saylor, quarterbackg jim Kuzyk, and Russ Pickle. Bill Cross, although he didn't play much, was a great asset in the kicking of extra points. If we hadn't had somebody with a good toe in the game with Flint Northern, we could have very easily lost the game. jim Saylor, our quarterback, led our team to one of our best seasons in late years. His fine passing, combined with his running ability, helped in many a tight spot. jim Kuzyk and Russ Pickle were among the best when it came to filling the halfback spots. jim's driving line plunges and Russ' long gallops certainly kept us out of many scrapes. wp, Y M if JZ 2, 4- "' A .ln M 3 M k i 'W df'-5 Nwwwf f Q- Q. 151313 :J ff fffisilrwvms f , V S Q uxxwxwwiwfvw-wks ,X .Q 4 :QV if 3' " Wim awww l l Kuzyk, Saylor, Woodring, Thompson, Bob Randall. Third Row: Cooch,H. E. Potter, Kennedy, Ykandoll, lferstirnd, Pickie: Grimm, Jackson, Keur, C. Timmer, T. McShannock tAsst. Coacht. Fourth Row: Fisk, Rose, Gee, Alger, Mollonen, Chambers, Cotton, Entsminger, Karnitz. Fifth Row: Gillord lMgr.t, Ruthbun, Rennells, Hoos, J. Timmer, Stoops, Ardis lMgr.1. Woodring and Saylor Star In Games MUSKEGON vs. LANSING SEXTON The first game of the 1955 season was won by Mus- kegon, 7 to 6. It seemed, at first, that Muskegon was to be completely outclassed, as Sexton acquired 113 yards to our 20 in the first half. However, in the third quarter we drew first blood, so to speak. jim Saylor flipped a pass to jim Kuzyk for the first score. Then Bill Cross added that all-important extra point. Sexton came back in the last quarter with 6 points, but it wasn't quite enough to win. MUSKEGON vs. FLINT CENTRAL Muskegon was handed its first defeat of the season by Flint Central, 15 to 7. Central got 7 points in the first quarter to take the lead. We rallied with 7 of our own in the second segment, but Central added 6 more points in that same period to take the lead, which eventually won the game for them. MUSKEGON vs. GRAND RAPIDS UNION We bounced back after defeat number one to beat the Redhawks of Grand Rapids Union, 14 to 6. Our two scores were made by Kuzyk, who plunged 3 yards off tackle, and Pickle, who romped 29 yards for the score. The Redhawks' only score, which gave them the lead at the half, came in the second quarter. In this game we were plagued with three fumbles, all recovered by Union. MUSKEGON vs. BENTON HARBOR Our excursion to Benton Harbor was marred by only two things: inclement weather, and our second loss of the season by only one touchdown. There were tons of sawdust on the field as the game started. Then the major rains came. Water flowed down the steps of the stadium in rivers. There was no way to keep track of the players, as the mud was so thick that it looked as if all the players were on one team. Final score - Benton Harbor 7, Muskegon 0. MUSKEGON vs. FLINT NORTHERN Muskegon's homecoming was something to behold, both in beauty and in good football. The queen looked lovely riding in her open car with Milt Reed, the foot- ball team's captain, as her king. In this game we played Flint Northern and tied them, 14 to 14. Our two scores came when Ken Woodring made a 12-yard drive and with Jim Saylor's 4-yard keep play: Northern got its points in the first and third quarters, while ours came in the second and fourth. MUSKEGON vs. SAGINAW This was some game! Jim Saylor and his passes were hitting like wildfire, and we upset a strong Saginaw squad, 26 to 13. Saylor made the first Muskegon score with a 1-yard plunge. After he broke the ice, he passed to Kendall for one more score. Then he heaved another to Paul Tyler for a third score. Finally, Ken Woodring went 5 yards off-tackle for the final score. Bill Cross added the extra points. MUSKEGON vs. CATHOLIC CENTRAL Muskegon won this one, but if the game would have had five quarters, we're not sure what might have hap- pened. Muskegon had a 21 to 0 lead in the second quarter when Catholic exploded for 13 points. They added 7 more in the third quarter to be one point behind. We got 7 more points in the last quarter to win, 28 to 20. MUSKEGON vs. HAMTRAMCK Jim Saylor's passing helped to win this one, too! This time the loser was Hamtramck, 35 to 27. Saylor threw a pass to Glafcke for a touchdown and set up others for Thompson, who got two, and Woodring, who also got two. Then jim went on to make a touchdown himself. MUSKEGON vs. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS In the annual tilt between Muskegon and the Heights, the star was big Ted Halasinski, the Heights' fullback. During the game he got 151 yards rushing. We had a few stars of our own too. Ken Woodring, from our own 18-yard line, broke through on a quick opener and galloped 82 yards for the score. Then he made a 6-yard run for another score. The final score in the game was 20 to 14 in favor of the Heights. ...... Q! ff TRY J lk N" Y' Coaches McShcmnock, Kelly, and Potter take time out from practice to pose. Versatile Coaches Produce Conference Champs Mr. Harry Potter, head coach and director of physical education in M. H. S., has been in the system since 1927. During these years, he has coached football, basketball, and baseball. During Mr. Potter's coaching career, the baseball teams have had 56 victories and captured a state championship. ln football, the year 1951 was most out- standingg the team was undefeated and produced an out- standing athlete, lfarl Morrall, this year's All American from M. S. U. Mr. 'I'om McShannock has been connected with the M. H. S. staff since 1947, where he has coached track, taught swimming, and assisted in coaching football. He was mentor for the Big Reds' basketball teams from 1947 to 1954. During these years the basketball teams of '51 and '52 were regional champs and tied the South- west Conference. In track Muskegon won the Southwest title and the Greater Muskegon meet. Joel Boyden, 1954-55 holds the state shot-put record and jim Kepford, 1948, holds the school record. Mr. Wilbur Kelly has been connected with the physi- cal education department at M. H. S. for thirty-one years, where he has coached football, basketball, baseball, and track in junior High, football and basketball teams in Senior High, and Big Reds golf teams. The reserve football teams lost only one game in three years, and the basketball teams won or tied the Southwest Confer- ence. Recently he has been named assistant football coach to Mr. Potter. Q WiS??l E , Q' I .,,,,,fagg,,x,p.--ws-aaa... ? Ski Wig? Mr. Lloyd Hartman holds dual position as Little football and basketball coach. Re The Little Reds football team had a very good season, winning six games, losing one to the Heights, and tying one. Boys who did outstanding work were Don Springstead, Quarterbackg Larry Locke, Endg Archie Hall, End: and Daryl Sabin, Fullback. The total points scored by the Little Reds during the season were 200. Coach Hartman said, "The boys played well and should be able to make themselves heard from as Big Reds. The boys showed terrific desire, had good attitudes: two very necessary factors in playing winning football." Little Reds Roll . . . First Row: Bowen, Stewart, Hall, Brown, Sabin, Weutzloff, Hoover, VanderWeg, German, Locke, Springstead, Lake. Second Row: Coach Arnson, Hesse, Totten, Hawkins, Hellman, Kloosterman, Zissler, Locke, Young, Schmidt, Hays, Kelly, Scott, Coach Hartman. Third Row: Dykstra, Jelier, Watson, Pastoor, McCann, Pehr, Shafer, Walker, Stovern, Herendeen, Beckley, Mudgett, Shatney. Fourth Row: Evans, Knutson, Thorsan, Lack, Mulder, Fuller. Walker. Daaaett, Porter Brock Row: T. Hawkins, D. Cooke, D. Stewart, P. Heimann, D. Waalkes, L. Locke, T. Thompson, A. Hall, R, Totten, Coach Hartman. Front Row: D. Sabin lMgr.l, R. Cahill, R. Locke, O. German, R. Young, W. Hoover, D. Bowen, and Roll Some More The Little Reds had a very victorious season this year. winning 10 games and losing 2. The season started off with INI. H. S. beating Catholic Central. 51-28. Traverse City also fell before the crushing blow of the Little Reds, 59-44. The duel with the Heights was a tougher one. but we managed to come out on top, 47-45. in a brilliant four-quarter spectacle. The little Muskies marched on to victory, defeating Battle Creek. 45-56. Grand Haven, 60-59, Benton Harbor. 57-24. and Catholic Central. 55-58. Once again BI. H. H. S. gave us a thrilling battle. but at the end of the fourth period the score read 59-55 in favor of Bluskegon. Their first defeat was suffered when Grand Haven. in a rematch. took a heart breaker. 58 to 51. The loss encour- aged the Muskies to go on to earn a greater victory when they destroyed Holland's hopes with the score 44-50. But again we were to suffer the pains of defeat when Saginaw. in a real thriller. defeated us. 61-60. VUe made our come- back by defeating Benton Harbor for the second time. 65-55. The two high point men were Dave Cooke and Larry Locke, each making about 4017, of their shots. Stewart followed with about 55CQ. There were no serious injuries. Surely we must say "Hats off to the reserves." for their splendid record and the credit they give to Bluskegon Senior High. Larry Locke attempts a basket in Catholic Central game. IJ, Big Reds Have Fair Season The cage season of M. H. S. was fairly erratic. We won 6 games and lost 7. As the season opened, the Big Reds defeated Catholic Central, 55-54, in the intra-city duel. The following week the Muskies took Traverse City in a close four quarters, 54-51. The first clash with the Heights Tigers saw our cagers go down, 57-44. Battle Creek took us 60-4l. The two defeats helped to spark the determina- tion of the Reds so Grand Haven bowed, 74-69. Again the Catholic Central Crusaders were defeated by the M Club, 60-49. Benton Harbor proved too strong on their return visit and we lost, 56-45. XVith the terrific playing of Howell of the Heights, the Muskies hadn't a chance and went down 71-48. In the two following games with Grand Haven and Holland respectively, the scores stood at 69-65 and 75-48 with Muskegon on top. In the winning streak Saginaw and Grand Rapids Union also bowed to the Big Reds. The Big Reds suffered the loss of a key man, Marty Wazllkes, during the first part of the season: but with his return the Muskegon club was rated as a potential foe during the tournament season. Buck Row: K. Hesse lMgr.1, J. Timmer, Wendel Wicklund, D. Johnson, W. Ellis, T, Ryan, M. Woczlkes, Warren Wicklund, Coach Carlson. Front Row: W. Randall, J. Block, C, Blukeslv. W. Stewart. J. Bovink R Rnn.-tnll ,sk V X ff S 9 gowns ,Rf - s ' as ll -er' S , -xx ' V ...M "1 """' A I," I. 1--S?---- N if 1 be ll -'v. .1 l" ' t t rl ,I I 1 Mr. Ray Carlson is mentor for basketball and golf teams. ve Johnson shoots while Warren Wickland, lA, and Tom Johnson, l2, are olert in Muskegon Heights game Safe by cz mile. Baseball ls Popular Muskegon's baseball team placed second in the South- west Conference in 1955 and won eight games while losing only two during the season. Most of the players were in top form and the brilliant pitching of Marty Waalkes gave the team little trouble with the opponents. Credit is due the expert coaching of Harry Potter, mentor. April April April April May May May May May May May 1956 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Wfestern Michigan Muskegon Heights ........ .. Grand Haven ..,........ Holland .,,...... ,..., , ,, Benton Harbor Holland .,.............. , , .. Catholic Central ,.,, Muskegon Heights Grand Haven Western Michigan Catholic Central .... Fronl Row: Pummel lMgr.l, Slallery, R. Randall, Richmond, Krumwiede, Nelson, W. Randall, Johnson, Hovey, Breedon, Kempker, Totten, Ullmer. Back Row: H. E. Poller lCoachl, Harp, Sima, Warren, Libby, Gelinas, Waalkes, Millis, Shellerly, :inln-Inn IN D--.I-II E....,,, ll , IN! ll F- 'A' ' Here There , - Here There There .. Here .,.. .... . Here .,,. , ,,,. Here There There There Kneeling: Dick Creamer, Dick Stiles, Terry Braverman, Jim Brammer, Louis Philip, Second Row: Drummond Kurtz, Mike Moore, Clyde LeTarte, Mike Stewart, Bill Cross, Don Stewart. Top Row: Bill Bos iCocchl, Don Dephouse, Bob Hathaway, Bernard VanderWaII, Jay Porter, Ray Ross, Jack Burgess. N etters Fight Back Tennis was the highlight of the Muskegon sports events in that the racquet men won first place in the Southwest Conference and qualified one man for the state finals. The team also placed second in the regional contest at Holland. During the season they won 15 matches and lost only 2. Coach Bill Bos has brought the tennis teams into prominence again. April April April April April April May May May May May May May May June 1956 TENNIS SCHEDULE 12 Holland .,.,,........,......................,,,.....,,,,......,,,. ........... 16 Grand Haven .,,,,.,.. 20 Benton Harbor ,,,......., 25 Catholic Central ........ 26 Muskegon Heights ,,....,..., 27 Western Michigan .........,,. There There There ...Here There There 1 Catholic Central ....... . ...,......... Here 3 Holland .............................. ....... Here 4 Western Michigan ........ .... ..... H e re 7 Grand Haven .......... ..,. .Here 8 Coopersville ................., ...... ..... H e re 10 Muskegon Heights .....,.. .,.... ..,.,. H e re 14 Plainwell ,.,.,,...........,...... ........,....,.,. H ere 18 8: 19 Regionals ......... ......,....... H olland 1 Sc 2 State Finals .......... ........... K alamazoo Firsl Row: Venske, Vulgaris, Kuzyk, Pickle, Derks, Land, Warner, Barnes, Workman. Second Row: Arnsoe lMgr.l, Rose, Woodring, Saylor, Gillard, Ron. Filius, Scott, Wierengo, Rog. Filius, Ryan, Thompson, Polls, Ardis lMgr,l. Third Row: McShannock lCoachl, Timmer, DeWitt, Anderson, Kowalski, Tyler, Warren Wickland, Wendel Wickland, Lucas, Boyink, Hunter, Homleld, Hartman lAssl. Coachl. Fourth Row: Hiller, Karnitz, Johnson, Wade, Fisk, Neibarger, T. Gillardl Flowers, Cook, Young, Warren, Doubles, Smack, Chancellor. Track Teams Post Victories The Muskegon track team had a very profitable season this year, placing first in the Southwest Conference, followed by Muskegon Heights and Benton Harbor. In the regional meets the Big Reds placed second. This season the track men had a record of six wins and no defeats. April April April April April May May May May May M ay May May 5 10 l 5 20 24 l 5 8 I2 15 I6 I9 26 ll 1956 TRACK SCHEDULE Saginaw Relays Temple Cup Meet Holland , .. Catholic Central Muskegon Heights North Muskegon . Conference .,,, . Grand Haven ., Regional Greater Muskegon Red and White State Finals .. john Bos Relays .. 4 Mt. Pleasant ,, .,.,, Here . ...... Here .. ...., There ..... . Here ..,......Here .,-.....Here ,.., ...Here . ,,...., There ,,..... . ,Here Ann Arbor . ..... Grand Rapids Russ Pickle shows form in the shot-put Dove Kennedy, Leigh Strong, Phil Lundwall, Paul Ulmer, Bruce Wentzlofffand Bruce Martin take time out to discuss cu problem. Golfers Meet Stiff The Big Red golfers held their own by winning 5 and losing 5 dual meets. In the regional at Grand Rapids the Muskies placed tenth. April April April April May May May May May May May May May 1956 GOLF Holland .............,.....,..... North Muskegon . Catholic Central ..., Benton Harbor ....... Holland ......,.....,.,..,.,..,4. Muskegon Heights North Muskegon .. Grand Haven .,........ Muskegon Heights Catholic Central .,... Regionals ..................... Grand Haven ......,.... State Finals ,.,......... SCHEDULE ...............Here ,....,......There .........,..There ..,.,..........Here ............There .r.,,.There ....t,.,..t,..Here ....,.......There .....,.,.......Grand Rapids ..,..,,....,,,Here C 1 1 ompetltlon Dove Kennedy drives at Country Club links if Front Row: Sue Carlson, Frances Wall, Joyce Dobb, Sandy Ashley, Sharon Engstrom, Sandy Frampton, Nancy Bergman, Phyllis Greenberg, Margaret Nixon, Diane Morrow, Gretchen Ter Beek, Mikie lnman, Judy Shepherd. Second Row: Sandra Smith, Joyce Fairbairn, Nancy Hartwell, Betty Lou Oosting - Secretary and Treasurer, Norma Young, Joyce Christensen, Karen Ogren, Carol Zimmerman, Judy Boyden, Jean Robertson, Jaretta Johnson, Mary Murphy, Sue Andrews, Irene Rama ircz. Third Row: Pat Kuhn -- President, Lucy Russell, Rita DeVries, Harriet Woodard, Nancy Kochin, Joan Plescher, Necia Ann Shaw, Karen Dennis, Susan Rose, Carol Fischer, Nancy Stein, Roberta Buikema, Margaret Ramirez, Venita Long, Miss Kehias - advisor. Fourth Row: Bonnie Bergman - Viceepresident, Eunice Haack, Nancy Miller, Sydney Poland, Louise Compton, Barbara Fielstra, Grace Hanson, Rosemary Luther, Linda Roberts, Jacky Miller - Student Council Rep., Beverly Esh, Judith Bollenbacher, Phyllis Petersen, Sadie Mitchell. . A. A. - Fun for All Girls The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association of , 5' Muskegon Senior High School is to create an interest ' 1. ,.f -2--4 g., in athletics, to teach good sportsmanship, and through ', 'P :if- social gatherings to develop a friendly relationship be- U A -- U 1- tween all girls of the school. L F -2-L This year G.A.A. sponsored the Muskegon-Muskegon ,f :L V n F Jig 'X Heights football dance. Money raised was donated to , ' i the Olympic Fund, Muscular Dystrophy, C.A.R.E., and . , . Pioneer School. f " " "7 f 'f I IW, 'tdtif x" -I ' ff' J i, Sports activities this year were Field Hockey, Basket- .-3,-T, W qi ' Q, , " . I' . I -Tj' QN4' , 41.1-'fl ' ball, Bowling, Swimming, Life Saving, Volleyball, and 4415 . ' . " i Baseball. Any girl may participate in these sports. li ,V X! f t Wifi H . 1 ,lit A f 'Af M, - J ,MNH ini:-A t ,:..,--- 4 .ri ' e are the girls who have earned their GAA Pins. Front Row: Nancy Miller, Rosemary Luther, Kuhn, Bonnie Bergman. Second Row: Carol Zimmerman, Sue Andrews, Betty Oosling, Sue Carlson, and Nancy Hartwell, Girls Earn Points . . Receive Awards Members of G. A. A. earn points for each sport that they take part in. A girl in the tenth grade will get a G. A. A. emblem. She receives a letter "M" after she has 750 points. When she has earned 1500 points, she is award- ed a G. A. A. pin. Field Hockey Takes Spotlight Each year the first sport is played on the field. This They found that it takes a lot of wind to run up and year you may have seen girls on their way to the field down that field. There were a few bumps and bruises clad in crazy shin guards and armed with curved sticks. however, the girls enjoyed it very much. Field hockey was a new game for most of the girls. These are the captains of the basketball teams: Judy Oslund, Roberta Beukema, Joyce Fairburn, Bonnie Bergman, Dianne Griswold, Mikie Inman and Nancy Miller, Manager, in center. ,S vtargaret Nixon does a good iob of guarding it Sandy Ashley. 1 Basketball . . . A Favorite Sport Basketball is a favorite sport for many girls. Here several weeks. After a rough struggle, Dianne Gris they get a good chance to show their skill and practice woldls team came out on top. teamwork. The girls played in . tournament that lasted gh Victors this year are Sue Andrews, .loan Pletcher, Dianne Griswold, Lucy Russell, and Betty Oosting. 74 These girls placed 95th in the National Telegraphic Tournament of l955. They are: Glenda Rod- gers, Mamie Atkinson, Dixie Cox, Carol Martin, and Karen Kalk. Bowling Draws Girls' Interest Bowling is the most popular sport. Nearly 150 girls bowl on Monday and Wednesday nights after school. Joyce Holcomb keeps her eye on the pins hoping for a strike. .4 1 1 Each March the girls bowl in a National Telegraphic Tourna- , ment when they have a chance to compete with girls all over the X nation. Lois Loughery and Joan Panos keep score for the rest of the team. fp' : 1 3-f..1s- :emu miu z Appetites Are Big After most sports the girls enjoy bar- becues made by Mrs. Seastrom along with pop, potato chips, relishes, and dough- nuts. A big banquet at the Doo Drop lnn was held in March after Bowling and Lifesaving. Awards were given out. Miss Kehias and Mrs. Seastrom serve barbecues. Volleyball Needs Skill Good team work, quick thinking, and timing are essential qualities of a good vollevball team. Gayle Somerville clssisfs Jackie Miller out of 0 double drowning. Fun! Fun! . . . Work! After school on Wednesday nights, girls have a chance Mrs. Seastrom is instructor of Lifesaving. The girls to swim for fun. Many girls use this hour to practice find they have to work and study, too. for swimming classes, while others enjoy a free playtime. Girls enioy ci recreational swim after school. Knowledge To extend their knowledge of the basic culture of the tribe, the elders I have added new skills and functions from time to time. 'N N milf! WMS F Q! . M--Q. W ,awww ww we-'M S Q. 4. A msg s N. X N ":,.sas5. fixixw Q +X- . as M. A W x K X K 1 Aww ,' www' x af .ui .. J fx maxi i' "' A Nslev x 'Q X N f X 3 , - W., xx,x mmmumwxx .,x.x Svx N QS: Knowledge of the World . . . Jack Irwin is pointing out the ter- minal of "Sherman's March to the Sea" to Judy Oslund and Jerry McClure in American history class. Ruth Varen demonstrates how to work a problem in commercial arilhmelic class. Tom Hodges confers with Judy Obermiller, Pat Farrell outlines her plan, while Shir- ley Ouwerkerk and Harvey Workman are taking notes for rebuttal. Communication Skills, and . . . One end of the library shows students working on research themes and speeches for their English and speech courses. Scientific Data Are Needed in the 20th Century Judi Siegel, Sandra Rogaski, Sue Hilt, and Richard Hudson are en- grossed in a chemical experiment. Bob Carroll, Dave Johnson, and Clyde l.eTarte generate static electricity in physics class. Lois Wood and Nicholls work on a bookkeeping problem while Dove Kendall adds The Totals in bookkeeping class. Business Procedures, Safety Education . . . l Ken Scott is distance iudging while Barbara Hagen adiusts the device. 'Af as Kay Larson, Mary Ann Say- lor, and Nancy Williams monsfrale the right way lo prepare hamburgers. PI us Homemaking and the Arts Alice Dykema puls finishing touches on her "prom" formal while the others are busy on various proiecls. .lim Lutrey and Bill Risk work on their safety posters. Make For A Good Life O 0 0 Gail Gereau, retail sales student, registers applicants for the pre-Christmas sales course at the Annex. Norman Samuels, Dave Warren, and Gordon King cut a design in woodworking class. While Trades, Skills, and Crafts . . . Norman Harvey and Glen Arsnoe run presses in printing day trade course. Are Vital in the Modern Age Bruce Wentzloff and Paul Ulmer ore engrossed in The machine on which they are working in mo- chine shop class. Ron Umsteod and Jerry Broge make odiuslments on the cor while Bob Howard operates the test- ing clpporolus. '89 'll 87 Realizing that members of the tribe must get along with each other and thus learn cooperation as well as have the opportunity to develop their interests, the chiefs have pro- moted the formation of clubs. The Muskies have a wide range of clubs from which to choose. Interests dr fx M X MK - x Qi mx ,,,. . a X' ' S Q ' ,Qsvm m Mm 3 x +4 . f., X' xv Q . Us wk 'o'sw'fQ H. xx N fwxgxixx an ' 1 M' , W X. 4 an W" 'wif A' X QA 1 m wwf X .NQQ - xvxbt 33 -bf bf a i QA . s ugh-px Q .Q x, wx, by ,XT A F , UQ ., A. A Q, . Q Q. , Q sm -M. x ,, X, xg, R-Q 1 li' N fkisz v , .X Y Q K Me, ,Q Q w 6 3 'K Q X, Whig-x ,. .X x AX in as 3 ' QS ix M - midi K W 'Xen ,,pm,,mM,fwQ, ' X -fm j-su... Q-svn-... M WM Q :N"!.?"' ,M ,X L. wan J xx X Qlllmw.. Wk .wxy .NUUM xx 'X 'ww W 5 K A 1 W 'wg Y Q. X, mx Q xxx, i i S x - Na. 'W 1 x A iw K . N N J. Av Nu., N if 5 fm. mygxh SD' Q m N mxwx M wx X xg, . .g X Fx QI M Z3 i W xx . X ' N N X. w ax., ,se A v x Qvifx ... Front Row: Carol Klooster, Janis Lutz, Diane Morrow, Matina Vulgaris, Sandro Frampton, Nancy Bergman, Lynne Chevlin, Peg Mixer, Nancy Wainwright, Diane DeMuro, Shirley Ouwerkerk. Second Row: Vivian Dumaw, Linda Roberts, Pat Baesch, Carol Shepard, Judy Boyden, Wendy Hiller, Joan Wierengo, Chris Chonis, Pat Greer, Jan Hodge, Nancy Miller, Jan Darwin. Third Row: Lois Hazekomp, Nancy Brouwers, Julie Stein, Julie Joneson, Sue Keillor, Judie Katz, Marsha Reames, Harriet Woodard, Barb McNeal, Janice Kienke, Lois Cole, Roberta Aardema, Judy Smith, Jack Aldred, Louis Philip. Fourth Row: Mr. K. Rolfe - Advisor, Jerry Schreiber, Don Skinner, Tom Hodges, Alan Wright, Karl Hesse, Wendel Wickland, Warren Wickland, Bill Grant, Dave Cooke, Steve Demos, Allen Ackerman, Steve Bonneif, Ben Loseth, Dick Stiles. Council Urges Student Exchange Student Council has put a tremendous effort behind the M. A. P. fMuskegon's Action for Peace, campaign this year. Nl. A. P. is Muskegon's way of attempting better relations with Europe. Student Council is work- ing hard to raise enough money to support M. A. P. in bringing two students from liurope here and sending two students from here to lfurope. Of course, bettering conditions in school is a full-time job for the Student Council. Wfe work hard at all times for better relations between the faculty and students. We also undertook other projects such as: a train ex- cursion to Benton Harbor, the sale of used books, noon dancing classes, citizen-of-the-month campaign, and cam- pus cleanup. Wendel Wickland, President, pre- sides over fellow officers: Jan Darwin, Shirley Ouwerkerk, Wen- dy Hiller, Pat Greer, Kenneth Rolfe, Advisor, Barb Stone, War- ren Wickland, Don Skinner, and Tom Thompson, at an executive's meeting. Wfriting letters to the incoming l0B's to encourage them to maintain their high aver- ages is our project in National Honor Society. Our purpose is to encourage scholarship and higher education. W'e have monthly meet- ings, spring and fall formal inductions, and teas. Wendy Hiller, center, urges sophomores, Delores Plumhoff, John Knudson, and Truman Keeter to keep up good grades. Honor Club Encourages Top Grades Front Row: Cheryl Kroeze, Wendy Hiller, Sharon Engstrom, Don Corliss, Don Skinner, Carol Peel. Laverne Dennison, Alice Haan, Second Row: Joan Walters, Marilyn Storm, Dorothy Lewis, Susan Andrews, Jan Hodge - Vice-president, Janice Toppen, Shirley Stebelton, Janet Anderson, Jacky Miller - Secretary. Third Row: Jack Saunders, Ronald Miller - Treasurer, Milton Reed - President, Warren Wickland, Bill Grant, John Edlund, Ron Olson, Vera V. Klontz - Sponsor. l i l 91 From Row: Sandy Swanson, Johanna Wibelt, Bette Rickels, Arlyn Cleveringa, Brenda Curtice, Beth Anderson - President, Joretta Johnson, Jean Cisler. Second Row: Judy Benham, Barb McNeal, Pat Baesch - Vice-president, Judy Mulder, Shir- ley Albers 1 Corresponding Secretary, Betty Mertz, Barbara Nipges, Jane Wilson, Maxine Pastori. Third Row: Marilyn Jones, Linda Fhiel - Treasurer, Morilynn Anderson - Serqeant at-arms, Christy Lucyk, Nancy Joslyn, Barbara Ellis, Darlene Cooper -- Sergeant-at-arms, Kay Hodson, Nancy Domont, Ruthann Clark, Jeanne Carlson. Not Present: Belle Bortman -- Secretary, Sally Jo Sargent - Historian, Future Nurses Make Tray Favors Judy Bennett, Luann Josephson, Beth Anderson, Barbara Ellis, and Sally Sargent complete hospital tray decorations. 4, 1 Y 92 As members of Future Nurses, we become acquainted with the nursing career through field trips and speakers. To raise money for our activities we gave a dance and had several cup cake sales. We gave a tea for our mothers, worked in the hospital, saw nursing movies, and had a hay ride during the course of the year. Future teachers observe kindergarten pupils at Hile School. Future Teachers Visit School To become acquainted with the various phases of teaching and to develop the attitudes for teachers is our objective in Future Teachers Club. We have speakers from the various phases of teaching, movies, discussions, regional and state work meets, visit Mt. Pleasant Teach- ers College, and visit area schools. At Christmas we gave a party for underprivileged children. In the spring we gave a tea for the graduating seniors. We pinned fifteen outstanding members during the year. To raise money for our activities we gave a dance, doughnut sale, and had a grab-bag sale. Front Row: Roberta Buikema, Joanne Radel, Sharon Myers, Mariorie Peel, Edna Zirk, Betty Peacock, Arlene Jensen, Karen Gronberg, Ruth Varin, Sandra Aley - President. Second Row: Linda Pierce, Judy Mays, Karen Long, Linda Titus, Nancy Belton, Sheila Ashcroft - Treasurer, Beverly Bowman, Carol Black, Nancy Browning, Sandy Titus, Carole Grundersen - Secretory. Third Row: Donna Russcher, Eleanor Hinkley, Sharon DeMann, Joyce Holcomb, Janice 'oppen - Vice-president, John Allen - Historian, Brian Reynolds, Fred Titus, Eugene Prause, Joan Hekenback, Bonnie Bergman, Adelaid Thompson - Sponsor, Joyce Cattley, Chorleen Six, Judith Rieben. Front Row: Carole Gundersen - Song Leader, Bernice Bonl - Historian, Frances Ramirez - Vice-president, Pat Tielbar, Elizabeth O'Brien, Marian Kcomen, Marva Jensen, Judy Meisch. Second Row: Pattianne Cooper, Irene Ramirez, -Eleanore Ferencsik, Wanda Hughes, Susie Priebe - Secretary, Marlene Landis, Carol Villanueva, Dixie Cox - President, Mary Ellen Bloodgood. Third Row: Marilyn Wysozan, Mary Smith - Treasurer, Sandy Titus, Nancy Williams - Project Chairman, Carol Fischer -- Parliamentarian, Christy Lucyk, Barbara Hagen, Ruth Meade, Peg Bobick, Kay Hodson, Marilyn Muskey, Janet Cochran - Reporter. . . . nucts :gt em ers F H A l d E' h M b Through Future Homemakers of America we learn grees, and participate in a state and national project. to live better lives today in order to make our lives and XX'e have a formal induction of new members each those of our families better tomorrow. We have discus- year. To increase our treasury we gave a doughnut sale sions on family living, achieve certain homemaking de- and sponsored a school skating party. Dixie Cox, President, serves Miss Mclnlyre, Advisor, and eight new members. Judy Sikkenga, seated, presides over officers, Amelia Christensen, Sharon Parsons, Nancy Snook, and Almarie Dill, as Advisor Mrs. Mayrose, watches. F.A. C. Officers Lay Plans for Meetings To create an interest and understanding of the ac- ican Society of Wfomen Accountants, and heard speakers. counting world and business life is our objective in We held a formal induction in December, sponsored a Future Accountants. During the year we visited factor- doughnut sale, and gave a dance. ies, attended council meetings sponsored by the Amer- Front Row: Sadie Mitchell, Almarie Dill - Historian, Nancy Snook - Treasurer, Judith Sikkenga 1 President, Sharon Parsons - Secretary, Venita Long, Amelia Christensen - Vice-president. Second Row: Joanne Jensen, Dorothy Klevering, Alice Hardy, Judy Rademaker, Sue Rollins, Mary Moore, Nancie Terpenning, Kathy Lawrence, Third Row: Yvonne Crompton, Christie Lineberger, Nancy Taylor, Louella Swett, Grace Hanson, Lynn Holmstrom, Barbara Wieman, Joann Christenson, Ida Dalrymple, Mrs. Mayrose - Advisor, Front Row: Joyce Nelson, Evelyn Allison, Sharon Watson, Lynalice Nelson, Kay Bitson, Lucy Bozeman, Jackie Erickson, Marilyn Ferris, Barbara Root, Dorris Herman, Naomi Johnson, Wilma Herman, Betty Goodenwrath, Pat Versalle, Carol Martin, Janet Curow, Kay Stoddard, Donna Steuerwald, Peg Mixer. Second Row: Carol Zimmerman, Sally Bont, Carol Shepard, Karen VonderMolen, Eleanore Maitland, Judy Obermiller, Mary Rose Plummer, Dorothy Lewis, John Allen, Bill Kronlein, Paul DeHorn, Gerhard Bode, Don Peterson, Bob Andrews, Carol VanderVeen, Janice Duram, Karen Travis, Jeanine Piirainen, Judy Katz, Valerie Vanderleest, Sharon Engstrom. Third Row: Wendy Hiller, Ruth Varin, Janice Doctor, Judith Sweetes, Lois Hazekamp, Carol Strong, Lynn Holmstrom, Arlene Jensen, Robert Cleveringa, Bill Phinney, James VanderWeg, Tom Thompson, Gordon Rothoff, Rodger Johnson, Phil Lundwall, Sandra McSorley, Ruth Leaf, Shirley Ouwerkerk, Carol Hommes, Beverly Morrison, Pat Baesch. Fourth Row: Marilyn Feil, Judy Oslund, Joan Wierengo, Judy Collinge, Barbara Lanz, Donna Russcher, Janice Toppen, Dick Warren, Joe Chapel, Bert Britzman, Clark Matthews, Dan Hansen, Martin Waalkes, Bill Ellis, Ran Filius, Ron Reece, Norma Farquahar, Sydney Poland, Lois Longbery, Joyce Holcomb, Joan Maring, Barbara Baker, Eleanor Hinkley. A Cappella Participates ln Christmas Festival As a cappella members, our purpose is to improve the standard of choral singing. ln a cappella III we gave annual Christmas and spring concerts, attended district and state festivals, sang at the Christmas festival in Grand llaven, promoted a vocal clinic, presented an liaster assembly, and sang at Baccaluareate. 96 In a cappella ll we participated in the Christmas festival in Grand Haven and the Michigan School Vocal Association Festival. A cappella I gave Christmas performances at local hospitals. eu X e Q R - C Q fr , - ' Q gc i s - 'FE s ,. L 'L X s' s X . . . , .-,-- . 's V ix Riagg:rgs,::sif:csa::'ss:, . seas ,' .2 ' 1 - ,. 'ig' s: ' iix- W x sc --Q S 51s:s::s:si.i. ,i-s. ' "" " " "ES RQ .. J' N ' gf ""f.c' S T o ' H 3 fi , ws, -- ss, :Q . -V rf' if S sr 5 : s 'S L. ,. bk ...di L Qi ,es ,SS ie get s Y eiftregg Front Row: Beth Anderson, Jeanette Swanson, Maxine Pastori, Shirley Albers, Donna Johnston, Noel Krueger, Charles De- Vetle, Kay Bronkest, Elizabeth Nichols, Donna Kramer, Alida Wiinbelt, Rosemary Belmonte. Second Row: Pat McGrain, Ellen Bramer, Sandra Johnson, Charlotte Ambrose, Gloria Grimm, Jackie Derowin, Charles Cederquist, Drummond Kurtz, Lois Cole, Sally Veiteriheimer, Joan Panos, Loraine Custer, Sue Carlson, Joyce Fairbairn. Third Row: Jean Eller, Judy Boyden, Helen Sievers, Joyce Wheaton, Barbara Dutmer, Ben Simpson, Archie Hall, Nancy Mulder, Gloria Gatfield, Beverly Laird, Nancy Domont, Sandra Wood, Janice Carlson. A Cappella l and ll Gain Experience Front Row: Sharon Myers, Mariorie Peel, Janet Davis, Matina Vulgaris, Nancy Bergman, Emily Cooper, Johanna Wiinbelt, Dan Herman, Roger Williams, Barbara Taylor, Betti Riekels, Bonnie Berg, Joann Zachariason, Ann Oliphant, Joretta John- son, Jeanne Veldman. Second Row: Cleo McManamey, Bonnie Berndt, Kathleen Lawrence, Joan Vulgaris, Nancy Erbes, Dorothy Siplon, Jean Cramer, Bruce Decker, Steve Bonney, Gerald Hays, Gordon Conant, Carol Klooster, Ruth Ann Clock, Julie Ernvall, Karen Gronberg, Judy Olson, Carol Taylor, Carol Bowman. Third Row: Nora Doughton, Karen Ogren, Bar- bara Weick, Marilyn Kidder, April Messick, Christine Bellah, Beverly Skaw, Marvin Scanlon, Gordon Buitendorp, David Waalkes, James Bovenkirk, David Gilbert, Barbara Ellis, Karen Dennis, Eunice Haack, Darlene Clark, Linda Boe, Nancy Phillips, Shirley Rooks. -s Q ees See S ? i A . nm' R'AA-h-Ai 'L AN-ki ei pgrsffixi ,QQ Band Wins Top Rating THE MARCHING BAND 1955-56 proved to he an especially colorful year for the Muskegon High School Marching Band for black- light played an ever-increasing role in the hand's half- time activities. Perhaps the highlight of all black-lighted shows came with the Heights-Muskegon game in an extremely brilliant show in black-light entitled "The Circus Comes to Town." Many of the year's scripts were done in rhyme, an innovation seemingly enjoyed by audiences both away and at home. Perhaps the greatest ovation yet received hy any Muskegon High School marching hand was given it hy the Flint audience at the Flint Central game in that city. Unfortunately, had weather made the appearance of the hand at Benton Harbor impossible. Wfarren Wicklztnd was the very capable drum major for this year's group and Mr. Stewart was assisted most capahly by Mr. Fred Roys and Mr. Don Bothwell, assistant conductors. THF CONCIZRT BAND This year's concert band was definitely hampered hy loss of key players at mid-year graduation and by the loss of other players leaving the city. llnfortunately, the loss of players came just previous to the band's twentieth Allllllzll Mid-llfialler f.iUI1t'L'7'f. which was played on February 29th. Featured on the concert were the very latest in contemporary band music and some ex- tremely interesting new arrangements for symphonic hand. On March 17th, the hand entered into district com- petition which qualified it to try for its eleventh First Division rating in the "AA" finals at Fast Lansing. The year ended with a traditional Hackley Park Concert and graduation ceremonies. FLUTES Achenbach, Joan Anderson, Pamela Cattley, Joyce Dahlquist, Carol Kary, Priscilla Lundholm, Linda Mertz, Betty Walsworth, Marva OBOES Cooper, Darlene Flickema, Mary Bb CLARINETS Anderson, Annette Anderson, Martha Appelt, Larry Barrett, Raymond Bergman, Bonnie Buitendorp, Lowell Carlson, Judy Ferris, William Houck, Carol Kilcrease, Carol Kuhn, Pat Long, Lee Mezynski, Kay Morrall, Rosalie Nutt, Nancy Ober, Carol Olsen, Richard Pattison, Walter Peterman, James Plescher, Joan Reynolds, Brian Shoultz, LeRoy Smith, Kenneth Sneed, Becky Stark, Darlene Walker, Jane Watson, Sharon Wright, Caralee ALTO CLARINETS Klevering, Dorothy Titus, Linda BAND PERSONNEL BASS Cl.ARlNETS Carlson, Janet Heeres, Dale Morrisson, Karen Musgrove, John Wagner, Virginia BASSOONS Church, Tom Dawson, Carolyn Flickerna, Ruth Moore, Barbara Poe, James CONTRA-BASS CLARINET Heeres, Dale ALTO SAXOPHONES Boertman, Belle Boerma, Robert Logg, William Rooks, Shirley VanDyke, Wayne Wagner, Kathy Zachariason, Joanne TENOR SAXOPHONES Arnold, William Dilliard, William Russell, Lucille BARITONE SAXOPHONE Carroll, Robert CORNETS Crummel, Rolland Crummel, Ronald DuRose, James Funkhouser, Jeff Herman, Dan Hinkley, Eleanor Knevitt, William Knoll, Loretta Mulder, Fred Saunders, Jack Stark, Chas. Stiles, Richard Street, Gary Vanderkooi, Jack Vandersteldt, Carol Wickland, Wendel FRENCH HORNS Betz, Ronald Block, Sandra Cooper, Richard W Ebrecht, Janice Scott, Martha Twining, Clark Verhoven, Don Zue, Charles BARITONES Lucas, Daryl Matthews, Clark Petroski, William Schreiber, Jerry Shaffer, Gaylord Wickland, Warren Orchestra Plays for Conference The school year 1955-56 has been an extremely busy one for the Muskegon High School Concert Orchestra, due mainly to its continued activity in connection with the Muskegon Kiwanis Club's Travel and Adventure Lecture series. As for the past two years, the orchestra has played a pre-lecture concert preceding each of the twelve lectures. While this has put severe demands on the personnel of the group, it has also done much to acquaint the citizens of Greater Muskegon with the musical ability of this group. In addition to this series of concerts, the orchestra has added to its laurels by having been selected to present a concert at the Univer- sity of Michigan during the Annual Mid-Winter Music Conference of that institution in january. It partici- pated in the District competitive festival in Grand Haven on March 10th and, went on to the State Festival at Michigan State University in April, where it won its eleventh consecutive first division plaque in eleven con- secutive years. The year ended with the very popular Punch Concert in May, which has become a tradition with this group. Abbey, Louis Anderson, Pam Appleton, Jane Ashley, Sandra Baker, Barbara Becker, Marjorie Belton, Nancy Brcmmer, Jim Carlson, Janet Chonis, Chris Church, Tom Cleveringa, Arlyn Cooper, Darlene Cooper, lewis Cooper, Richard W. Curtice, Brenda Custer, Maxine Dahlquist, Carol Dawson, Carolyn DeMuro, Diane Dillard, David Duram, James Engstrom, Sharon Erickson, Brenda Flickema, Mary Genter, Marie Heeres, Dale Jensen, Marva Johnson, Leonard Kinney, Jack LeMieux, Beverly Long, Karen Lundholm, Linda Luther, Rosemary Madison, Judy Mattison, Tom Mertz, Betty Mundt, Karen Naruszkiewicz, Pat Neumer, Steve Nixon, Margaret Olson, Richard Olson, Ronald Ott, Don Plescher, Joan Poe, James Rodewald, Mary Root, Barbara Rumohr, Geraldine Saunders, Jack Schreiber, Jerry Shaw, Necia Ann Snook, Daniel Stapel, Paul Stark, Charles Sturgeon, Darlene Teuling, Bonnie Thelin, Jonia Twining, Clark Watson, Sharon Watson, Willie Zirk, Edna Zirk, Evelyn Zue, Charles Pro Musica Gives Arion Awards In Pro-Musica we act as the harmonizing agent for We held a swimming party at the Y. M. C. A., had the band and orchestra. We strive to promote the com- Christmas and spring banquets, and gave out the Arion mon interests and good spirits between these organiza' Awards. tions. We sponsored a dance to provide for lower dues. Pro-Musica officers, Barbara Roof, Nancy Belton, Joan Plescher, Warren Wickland, and Linda Lundholm. 'IO1 Front Row: Shirley Hamel, Jackie Erickson, Gretchen Ter Beek, Pat Greer - President, Barbara Nipges, Valerie Vanderleesl, Nancy Wainwright - Treasurer, Marilyn Boniernoor. Second Row: Sue Anderson, Nancy Snook, Evelyn Engquist, Karlene Huqqard, Joyce Holcomb, Nancy Kochin, Bonnie Bergman, Pat Hamm, Sally Bont. Third Row: Jackie Paxson, Pat Crosby, Carol Johnson, Mary Murphy --- Secretary, Rochelle Seelman, Judith Rieben, Donna Russcher, Pat Ferrell, Roberta Buikema, Mary Riley, Judy Ragen. Fourth Row: Carol Zimmerman, Theresa Polak, Jean Robertson, Barbara Stone, JoAnn Voss, Louella Swell, Marilyn Feil, Lois Olson, Sue Andrews - Vice-president, Adde Lou Schott, Nancy Stein, Y-l eens Learn Y. W. C. A . Ideals As Y-Teens we work toward building good Christian at the Old Peoples' Home. had a splash party, saw character and providing wholesome activities for our- character building movies, sold nuts for the took selves. During the course of the year we gave our annual part in the decorating of the greens at Christmas, and Christmas dance, had another successful slumber party, sent representatives to the state meeting in Battle Creek. held monthly social meetings at the HY", went caroling Y-Teens frolic at a slumber party. Froni Row: Bill Browne, Don Corliss - Presidenl, Fred McWain Tom Clapp Arl lversen Roberl Dixon Second Row Jim Bassell, Rod Brahman, Ben Loseih, Marshall Beiman, Jim Breeden Tam Church Bill Burke Third Row George Russcher Advisor, Paul Becker, Richard Heisser, Raymond Ross, Martin Storm Doug Davis Program Chairman John Ross ec retary and Treasurer, Jack Christiansen - Vice-presidenl Ray Niemi Jack Burgess Chaplain Bob Sikkenga Hi-Y Aids Needy Family To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community the high standards of Christian chur- zlcter is our purpose as Hi-Y'ers. XX'e run the concession stand at football games und have monthly howling and On the sunny lawn officers Don Corliss, John Ross, Jack Burgess, and Jack Christiansen confer with advisor, Mr. Russcher. xmumnsxs 104 Fronl llow, Seated on Floor: Sandro Corey, Janet Cochran 4 Secretory. Seated: Ron Nicholson, .lohn Thompson, Marilyn Engquisl, Darlene Walker. Slanding: Harold Old, William Spencer, Jim Bakker. 1'- St dents L rn Camera Tecl1n'ques A visit to XWOOD-TV was a highlight in Camera in better photography by comparing pictures, discussing Club. To raise money for this trip we took pictures of different phases of photography, and entering photog- thc couples at the proms. Wfe strive to create an interest raphic contests. Marilyn Engquisl gels pointers from Bill Spencer on howto operate the enlarger in the photography lab. gi ., - . I - -- --' r - -- -"' 'rf """"' Vulgaris. Second Row: Dorothy Siplon, Judy Boyden, Chris Chonis, Jan Hodge - Vice-president, Shirley Ouwerkerk - Parliamentarian, Wendy Hiller - Secretary, Arlene Jensen, Mary Ward - Historian, Harriet Ann Woodard, Third Row: Joyce Nelson, Carol Parker, Joretta Johnson, Pat McGrain, Nancy Miller, Jane Appleton, Janice Kienke, Allen Slattery - Treasurer, Charles Cederquist, Miss Faber - Advisor. Fourth Row: Keith Sweet, Paul Stirling, Paul DeHorn, Jerry Schreiber, Drummond Kurtz + Sergeant-at-arms, Fred Titus, Edward F. Wingler, Gordon Warner, Steven G. Zarnas, Ron Olson Harold Old. Masque Presents " ight Must Fall " Night Mm! Fall was the name of the play members provided a program for various local clubs. Our spring of Masque presented this fall. Vile gave scenes from offering was an evening of three one-act plays. To meet Hrzmlel at a dramatic festival in Grand Haven and also our expenses, we sponsored a dance. "Night Must Fall" cast and crew assemble for final briefing at dress rehearsal. 105 Front Row: Judith Buckley, Anne Palmer -- Secretary, Mary Ward, Lucy Bozeman, Dorothy Siplon. Second Row Sandra Aley, Chris Chonis + Vice-president, Jan Hodge, Shirley Ouwerlcerk, Pat Ferrell, Barbara Eskilson -- Advisor Third Row: Tom Hodges, Edward F. Wingler, Fred Titus, Jerry Schrieber, Ron Olson - President, Harold Old. S h G 'Id G' Th nk 'u'ng Assembly To promote better speakers and to give students in- To become a member we must give a four-minute speech terested in speech a chance to do extra work is our which passes certain standards. The new members gave purpose in Speech Guild. XX'e gave the Thanksgiving a Halloween Party for the old members. assembly, and we provided Communitv Chest speakers. A tense moment in the Thanksgiving ploy as presented by members of Speech Guild. 13- lO6 Janet Hodge and Terry Braverman, high point Thespians, busy at work. Honor Ratings Lure Thespians To establish and promote standards of excellence in ization requiring a certain amount of speech work to all phases of speech work and to create an active and gain admittance. We have a formal induction in both intelligent interest in speech work among students is the spring and the fall. the aim of the Thespians. We are an honorary organ- Front Row: Wendy Hiller, Pat Ferrell, Norma Farquhar, Ron Olson. Directing: Miss Faber - Advisor. Players: Janet Hodge, Allen Slattery, Don Skinner. Second Row: Barbara Eskilson -- Advisor, Anne Palmer, Nancy Kochin, Mary Ward, Karen Kalk, Janet Iversen, Shirley Ouwerkerk. Standing: Gordon Warner, Tom Hodges Frank Poling -- Advisor. I 108 Front Row: Margaret Ramirez, Pam Triedman, Ruthann Harmen - Secretary, Nancy Fisher, Mary Lou LaRue, Betty Lou Witkop. Second Row: Anna V. Johnson - Librarian, Virginia Bennett, Nancy Matthews, Linda Pierce - Vice-president, Beverly Morrison, Rose Poole, Corinne Porter, Nancy Kaber, Margaret Elliott A Advisor. Third Row: Carol Fischer, Char' Ieen Six - President, Musetta Baird, Janice Toppen, Wendell Patterson - Treasurer, Dove Carlson, John Ross, Douglas Service and Religion are Stressed LIBRARY CLUB Library Club members are a service group for the school. Our purpose is to improve the library and acquire career lffzllnlng. The regional SLAAM meeting was held here in the spring. Members have arranged monthly bulletin board and other interesting hobby collection displays in the library. To earn money for our activities we held doughnut and pencil sales. For fun we had a Thanksgiving and Christmas party. HI-C In Hi-C we try to promote Christian fellowship. XVe hold meetings once a week at which we conduct our business, have a song period, and a time for devotions. One of the local ministers visits with us at each of our meetings and gives a short talk. This year we have adopted a Korean orphan for a project. Front Row: Rosalie Morrall, Kay Grim - Vice-president, Wilma Herman, Janet Egner, Norene Domont, Karen Mundt. Second Row: Linda Lundholm - Secretary, Patricia George, Arlona Toman, Marilyn Feil, Joan Achenbach, Joyce Cottley, Patricia Ludlow. Third Row: Sandra Johnson, Arlene Domont, Judy Coates, Eileen Rademaker, Joyce Vredeveld, Jan Carlson -- Treasurer, Miss H. Reid - Advisor. Fourth Row: Gaylord Shaffer, Bill Kronlein, Dave Whitney Y President, Ray Simpkins, Warren Wickland, Wendel Wickland, Lee G Francis 4 i i . E Q ' gl X 5 i X Front Row: Judith Shepherd, Peg Mixer, Matina Vulgaris, Marilyn Ferris, Nancy Snook, Judy Goodling, Jan Ebrecht, Nancy Belton, Janet Curow. Second Row: Joretta Johnson, Darlene Bennett, Pat Crosby, Bonnie Bergman, Rochelle Seelman, Mary Riley, Valerie VanderLeest, Judy Smith, Harriet Ann Woodard, Lynda Fletcher, Third Row: Allen Ackerman, Sue Keillor 1 Historian, Barbara Weick, Nancy Tromp, Alyce Hassedahl, Judy Collinge 1 Secretary, Gloria Gatfield, Lois Cole, Mary Plummer, Janice Collinge, W, Trautman 1 Advisor. Fourth Row: Bill Ferris, Malcolm Dewald, James K. Schmidt, Dick lNarren 1 Treasurer, Ronald Filius 1 President, Roger Filius 1 Farm Chairman, David Johnsen 1 Vice-president, Wendel Conservation Club Runs School Farm Our principal project in Conservation Club is tak- ing cure of the 259-acre school farm. Our purpose is to develop an interest for the outdoors. XVe have 21 fall and spring work bee at the farm, 21 spring Campout, and the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. For added pleasure we had a sleigh ride. Judy Collinge, conservationist, struggles to trim a tree at the school farm. 9 Front Row: Nancy Wainwright - Artist, Sharon Parsons - Bookkeeper, Janis Lutz ---V Undergrads, Mary Ann l-lenrikserit - Undergrads, Nancy Webster - Faculty, Lois Hozekomp - Seniors. Se:ond Row: Carolyn Russell 1 Artist, Jan Carl- son - Student Life, Joan Ackenbach - Seniors, Sue Andrews - Girls Sports, Mary Murphy - Business Manager, Anna Rose Haga - Faculty and Classes, ltea Wolverton - Student Life. Third Row: Pat Crosby - Advertising, Theresa Polak -- Advertising, John R. Thompson - Photographer, Fred Titus - Boys Sports, Ethel Pihlstrom - Advisor, Jerry Schreiber + Boys Sports, Sandra Aley - Organizations, Sharon Goosen - Organizations. Staff Shapes Yearbook To plan and edit the school yearbook is our purpose as 21 staff for Said and Done. XY'e meet seventh hour each day to make dummies, write stories and captions, plan pictures, solicit advertising, and plan sales cam- paigns to produce ll yearbook that will portray our year :lt M. H. S. We gave the Homecoming Dance in the fall. ,ir Sandy Aley, Jerry Schrieber, Sue Andrews, Sharon Goos- en, ltea Wolverton, and Sharon Parsons work to beat the deadline. nu- wm- or 'rx is S, 'ia I ffm' avvV"mm"" 1 MW Keyhole staff pauses from its busy schedule to pose for Said and Done photograph. K IJ' Keyhole Promotes Photo -Journalism Keyhole: XX'e're the ones who cover the news events edition. Vile are pioneering in photo-journulism for high of the school and publish the school paper. Our float school publications. won first prize in the homecoming parade. You Can XX'e are now working toward an interschool journal- find us any day in room 100 working on the next ism conference. Front Row: Lucy Bozeman, Amelia Christensen, Kay Grim, Jim Sutcliff, Arlene Jensen, Judy Jessup, Jack Aldred, Donna Lusswell, Joan Achenback. Back, Standing: John Thompson, Mr, W. Harrison - Advisor, Bill Groeneveld. l so args X is Front Row: Anne Davis 1 Tribune, Carol Benson 1 Questor, Shirley Albers 1 Choir director, Sharon Myers 1 Tribune, Joyce Nelson 1 Lictor, Roberta Strandberg 1 Tribune, Jane Appleton 1- Tribune. Second Row: Chris Chonis 1- Lictor, Linda Lundholm 1 Instrumental Director, Adde Lou Schott 1 Minutes-Censor, Karen Mundt 1 President, Margaret Hart- well 1 Lictor, Joan Vulgaris, Arlona Toman 1 Assistant Choir director, Judie Katz 1 Tribune. Third Row: Tom Church 1 Lictor, Jim Duram 1 Tribune, Paul DeHorn 1 Class Questor, John Edlund 1 Aedile, Michael Moore 1 Club Questor, Ernest Webber 1 Praetor, Ben Loseth 1 Lictor. Fourth Row: Judy Collinge 1 Lictor, Bill Petroski 1 Lictor, Edward F. Wingler 1 Censor, Dave Sandberg 1 Praetor, Walter Pattison 1 Tribune, Gordon Buitendorp -- Censor, Steve Demos 1 Censor, Mary Rodewald 1 Consul tPresidentl. Latin Club Preserves Heritage ln Latin Club we try to further the interest of Latin, 1 and to understand what life was like in ancient Rome. l This year our programs emphasized the Roman and Greek religions. We carry on our business in the Roman manner including Latin titles for our officers. Wfe meet with the Latin Clubs of neighboring schools for various activities. Addie Lou Schott and Steve Demos stage a classical pose for a Latin Club program. l Front Row: Santos Ramones, Mary Moore, lrene Ramirez, Helen Martinez, Carol Villanueva. Second Row: Betty Pea- cock, Sharon DeMan, Janice Toppen -- President, Amber Cowan, Marilyn Wysozan, Betty Anderson. Third Row: Jack Timmer - Vice-president, Jack Grevel, Earl Feldt - Treasurer, Robert Toppen, Miss Helvie - Advisor. Spanish Club Stresses Understanding To create an interest and understanding of Spanish- speaking people and countries is our purpose in Spanish Club. Our big project of the year was our Spanish assem- bly. At our weekly meetings, we listened to Spanish music. records, and speakers who told us about Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries. Wfe also gave a dance to finance club activities. Miss Helvie is our advisor. N' Carol Villanuena and Irene Ramirez performed the Mexican Hat Dance at the Spanish Assembly. smununwmxw f X w me uns: ll3 "l.es Amis de la France" is the name of our fl club. Members are students who are interested X A in learning more about the language, people, and country of France. During the year we earned money and contributed to CARF. XVe held social functions with talks. pictures, dis- cussions, French songs, games, and skits to further our knowledge. understanding, and en- joyment. Many of us are carrying on corres- pondence with French students. In February we gave an assembly to introduce the student body to a study of French. Nancy Vanderlind catches two members of French Club unprepared while group plays a French game. French Club Learns Foreign Ways Front Row: Florence Tool - Advisor, Roberta Buikema, June Simonsan, Jean Robertson, Carol Zimmerman, Valerie Vander- Leest, Pat Ferrell, Sandy McSorley, Jean Midbae, Joan Maring - President. Second Row: Judy Obermiller, Sandra Tal- madge, Linda Pierce, Dolores Mackenzie, Linda Anderson, Phyllis Greenberg, Joyce Christensen, Carolyn Russell, Carol Parker, Sue Keiller. Third Row: Donna Dennison, Sandy Boerema, Lynne Chevlin, Pat Baesch, Dorothy Lewis, Judy Oslund, Marilyn Ferris, Marlyn Howard, Mary Plummer, Ann Tergil, Barb McNeal - Secretary. Fourth Row: Jim Bassett, Norm Baumgarten, Charles Hilt, Neil White k Treasurer, Martin Storm, Bob Sikkenga, Dave Sturgis, Sheila Ashcroft, Janice Kienke, Mary Riley. 4 WM Front Row: Judy Goodling, Sharon Myers, Pat Tielbar, Jan Ebrecht, Pat Ferrell, Judy Ragen, Adde Lou Schott, Pat Ostling Lynda Pletcher. Second Row: Sandy Brown - Secretary, Nancy Vanderlind, Ellen Bramer, Nancy Roberts, Rochelle Seelman Sandy Titus, Carole Gundersen, Peg Bobick - Viceipresident, Marlene Landis, Kay Hodson - Treasurer. Third Row: Elea nor Maitland, Joretta Johnson, Judie Robertson, Darlene Clark, Joan Panos, Jim Lindrup, Earnest Webber 4 President Booster Club Spurs School Spirit To increase school spirit and encourage good sportsmanship is our goal in Booster Club. XVe put up signs in the halls and decorate the goal posts for football games. XVe attend all sports meets and Conduct ourselves like good sports as an exam ale to others. We snonsored a trim to l l Holland durin 1 the basketball season, fa Helping the Boosters are Linda Thiel, Mary Jane Smith, Warren Wickland, Mary Alice Schottey, and LaVerna Dennison. New members line up for congrat- ulations at the Senate induction while Pat Greer makes the intro- ductions to the parents. Fine Arts Encouraged by Senate As Senators we try to develop love and appreciation We are educated in the fine arts by our monthlv for the fine arts. This year we sponsored a dance, a speakers. Wfe visit the Art Gallery and attend the Civic Mothers' Tea, and with Carmenta, held a Christmas Opera productions. Banquet. We sent games to Mackey Bend School, and filled Christmas baskets. Front Row: Sue Anderson, Matina Vulgaris, Janet Davis, Doris Wainwright, Annette Lirones, Diane Morrow, Kathy Wagner, .loan Vulgaris, Janice Collinge. Second Row: Ruth Clock, Nancy Phillips, Wendy Hiller -- Treasurer, JoAnn Vledder, Pat Greer - President, Nancy Wainwright, Mary Murphy, Marilyn Smith, Harriet Ann Woodard, Judy Smith. Third Row: Mrs. Lundell 4 Advisor, Marilyn Boniernoor, Shirley Hamel, June Howard, Betty Goodenrath, Sue Andrews, Sue Keillar, Sandy Sumner, Barb Stone, Carol Wainwright + Vice-president, Pennie Gay, Kay Bronkest - Parliamentarian, Pat Ostling, Mary Van Regenmorter. Fourth Row: Marva Vledder, Janet Hansen, Sally Bont, Nancy Miller -- Sergeant-at-arms, Judith Rieben, Mary Rodewald - Secretary, Judy Collinge, Gayle Stuit - Historian, Nancy Shannon, Lois Loughery, Theresa Polak Q Sergeanteat-arms, JoAnn Christiansen. 1Ap1i x.n'm1sl x lui N... Front Row: Pat Knop, Diane DeMuro - Secretary lRecordingl, Connie Cheones, Peg Mixer, Lucy Bozeman, Lynne Chevlin, Carol Zimmerman, Judi Siegel, Beth Anderson - Historian, Ann Tergil. Second Row: Marilyn Ferris, Bonnie Berg, Dorothy Siplon, Eunice Haack, Julie Joneson, Julie Stein, Margaret Nixon, Carol Parker, Judy Boyden, Carolyn Russell, Laura Hill. Third Row: Mrs. Coutchie -- Advisor, Pat Hamm, Pat Crosby, Julie Ernwall, Nancy Brouwers, Joyce Holcomb, Chris Chonis, Judie Robertson, Bobbie Webb, Jean Dionise, Charlotte Ambrose, Lois Cole. Fourth Row: Judy Hill - Treasurer, Sandy Rakosky - Sergeant-at-arms, Shirley Ouwerkerk - Corresponding Secretary, Rosemary Luther 1 President, Janet Hodge - Vice-president, Barbara Lanz, Nancy Simpson. Carmenta Sponsors Exchange Students To study and enjoy literature and to further worth- for needy' families, and sponsored the "Cotton Ball" while projects in our school and community is our aim dance. Our big project of the year was sponsoring the in Carmenta. This year we had a book drive for Mackey American Field Service Drive to send a student from Bend School, gave Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets our school to Europe. Carmentci gals, Judy Robert- son, Charlotte Ambrose, Jeanne Bunten, Lynn Chevlin and Marilyn Ferris enjoy packing the Thanksgiving basket for a needy family. Since school life of the Muskies con- sists of various projects and activities, these become an integral part of every brave and maid. Entertainment ..,,,n mf w ""' 2: xg Q is X Qxgvkgbw x yww .. ,WM X wxmwbewxWQ W - 'v 'F mmm? x X. w-anew A www-ev fx is E QQ-se' sr. WINS:-N an- is QW ww Q YK. .. . W 'J-J' fl .Q-GQ: alum wawugx' ls,x,'Qlvf' qs L M- A-NQUFN W N- , ii ........ wx .qw 0 w + X ,Q ww x , X -X k A , 3 x kwa-v'gxV 'A x Q ww N XX XM ,ws x W. Gulf . XR Q m QNXXN -X - Q- if-iw' x -x My x aw w""k 119 ,JVM .1 ' ' ,.L , 4 xx VX x 'Nu-W ,..vv"' Q VN """":'+-s-.. , .nfl 1, , , 15 W ,M " A ' 1. 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Our Thoughts and Time The Benton Harbor trip has become a tradition at our school. The success of the trip and the fun had by all more than made up for the work put into it. Of course, the memories of this yenr's trip won't be marred by the slight shower we had. N, - The Wicklond twins busily sell tickets for the train trip A Queen from Across the Sea Ann Tergil, our Swedish exchange student, is a full- fledged fan of anything and everything that is American. She is particularly fond of American food. She also thinks the people here are very warm and friendly, and there isn't much difference between American and Swedish boys. Back in Sweden, Ann lives on a farm with her family. She says that in Sweden boys and girls have a lot more out- door life. Her favorite sports are sailing and horseback riding, but also likes domestic duties such as sewing and cooking. Ann is residing with Peg Mixer and family during her stay here. Her school subjects include history, government, English, typing, and gym. She is also an honorary member of Carmenta and French Club. We are very fortunate, indeed, that out of all of the thousands of schools in this country of ours Ann came to this one. King Milton Reed, captain of our football team, assists Queen Ann out of the car. 125 Behind the scenes at the Senate Induction with Mcnry Murphy, Sue Anderson, and Sue AYIZQFEWS. Clubs' Have Their Part in Our Life Cormento holds its annual mem Mary Ward as Olivia, Phyllis Greenberg as Dora, and Terry Braverman as Dan were three of the main characters in this year's Masque play, "Night Must Fall." Behind The Footlights The play was well handled by Director jenette Faber, and Assistant Director Norma Farquhar. Other members in the cast were: Jerry Schrieber as Lord Chief justice, Wendy' Hiller as Mrs. Bramson, Don Skinner as Hubert, Norma Farquhar and Anne Palmer alternated nights as Nurse Libby, Chris Chonis as Mrs. Terrence, Drummond Kurtz as Inspector Belsize, and alternating with Terry Braverman was Ron Olson. Fred Titus, poised in readiness, is awaiting his cue to pull a light switch that will brighten the stage. 127 H -'lv' vwvi --in iKGi.iild for our cinriuol lhonkscgiving assembly. KJ' The Christmas Spirit Ushers in the Holidays Our Christmas play, "No Room at the Inn," had an inspirational effect on the audience. Two of the main char- acters in the short play were Larry Inderbitzen as the Innkeeper and janet Hodge as the Innkeeper's wife. Also included in the assembly were songs by A Cappella. g Q nn HHN? fanu '-Q, MQ Mrs. Kyes keeps a watchful eye on Mary Rodewald, Vicky Schort, Jack Rose, Bob Carroll, and Jan Carlson taking a scholarship exam. We Seek Future Careers A representative from Hillsdale College in Southern Michigan aids M. H. S. students at College Night. On our program of professional assemblies this year was an out- standing pianist, Mr. Frederic Sio- biarn. His program was selected with care to please everyone, it included classical, semi-classical, and popular numbers. The unus- ual part of this educational inter- esting program was theicommen- tary that Mr. Siobiarn included with his music. We were lucky to have this pianist, who has presented over 2,500 programs since World War ll, in colleges, high schools, and service clubs with us for this fine assembly. fel Student, plus professional talent entertained us at Student Council MAP assembly and the French md various assemblies during the year. Highlights were the Spanish classes' assembly besides the band concert and Talent Show produced by the speech department, the the traditional programs. French students take curtain call at their assembly program. :ng out routrne, our many twins smile at the camera. David and Bill Dillard, Robert and Roberta Aardema, Larry and Jerry Fischer, Douglas and Dudley Yordy, Jack and Jerry Spoelma, Bill and Bob Randell, Ronald and Roland Crummel, Wendel and Warren Wickland. We Have Many Twins . . Hairstyles Too The mirror reflects four popular hairstyles at Muskegon High. The models are: Janice Collinge, Nan- cy Shannon, Bill Kronlien, and Ken Mitchell showing the pony- tail, duckcut, flat-top, and D.A. respectively. 132 Wmlsolbvular cheerleaders at Muskegon High are Terry Braverman, Ted Bowman, Fred Baker, and Keith Sweet. ,ful , The Funnier Aspects in Our Life One of the high spots of our school year was the hilariously funny basketball game sponsored by the February graduat- ing class. Why was it so funny? Because the students and faculty, playing against each other, were supposed to be seated on donkeys. Gus Vulgaris, Claire Zelenka, and Pat Kuhn attempt without much success to move their "stubborn" mules. Co-sponsored by Carmento and Student Council, MAP lMuske- gon's Action for Peacel is seek- ing to raise money for exchange students. Two students from a foreign country will be brought to Muskegon High next fall, and two of our students will go abroad next summer. Spring Brings Many Student Council Activities Shirley Ouwerkerk and Don Skinner display their campaign posters from last spring while JoAnn Kowalski and Wendel Wickland are pictured in the EWNP B133 A JE HIL? xfwiflE'. g mitxnstxas iiiiill ips! M-44" gf '5- qs ,Q Invited to present a concert at the University of Michigan, the Orchestra embarks on the first of the many music group's trips. Spring Welcomes Trips The annual spring trip to the Journalism Confer- ence in Ann Arbor is welcomed by our Journalism groups. 136 Y fa' Among spring concerts by the M. H. S. A Cappella, Band, and Orchestra is the annual Punch Concert given by the Orchestra. . . . and Concerts Of these four MAP candi- date finalists, two will be chosen to represent our school and country abroad. Dave Sandberg, Janice Eb- recht, Diane DeMuro, and Ben Simpson are locating countries participating in the American Field Service Program. .I-P :X l37 Albert Mitchell, Bill Mil- ler, Addie Lou Schott, and Mary Brouwers examine various college bulletins in the counselor's office. Our Spring Calendar Includes . . . Mary Murphy leaves Said and Done Dave Whitney, president of Hi-C, in- Penny Berryhill dreams of the Spring office to solicit advertising for our troduces Rev. Seweers as the weekly Prom. yearbook. 'I ' l X, 5 .sf f if it ggi S F5533 3 its . sssi mv Ellen Rork, Bob Beagle, lsla VanEenenaam, Shirley Fett, and Donald Sima are presented the school's highest awards by Mrs. Franck and Mrs. Robert Andrews.. 'P lv The End of Our School Life Fast Approaches . . . The delivery of the yeurbooks at the close of school causes much excitement among our stu- dent body. Studies are forgotten as we laugh over pictures of fellow students and faculty, remember events pictured, and feel sud that it has all come to an end. Glancing thru last year's yearbook are Corrine Roian, Pat Stevens, Pat Somero, Carla Swanson, and Martha Bloomquist. 40 and Then Finally . . . Farewell Seniors After spending three years learning the traditions, customs, and know- ledge of the tribe, the young Muskies leave school to take their places as elders in the activities and life of the village. an-so 'Nasa'- 'Vik Vw. M 5 x We bxgxiyxmswgrx Num The important social function of the year was the junior-Senior Prom. The mid-year affair was based on the theme, Snow Dreams, which was beautifully carried out in the decorations. The auditorium was hedecked with snow-covered pine trees, scintillating stars, and lights. 2.9-' 0'-l ' s+.i-.f?5.,gQ,g"9?5-gy.f+wit'?.fl4?mF,.wN gf .'+-w1.t,?-Ive -..:f,k, -,K gym-sN1,,,r1,a,-3. lv,-T.-W QW , X - t at 1, ,,,ANm,'F,,g,, Y W 1 OLSON, RONALD - Class President COLLEGE PREP. - Masque, National Honor Society, National Thespions Society, Orchestra, Speech Guild IPresidentl. AMBlTlON - Actor February Graduates WAINWRIGHT, NANCY MAE - Vice-president COLLEGE PREP. - French Club, Said and Done lArtistl, Senate, Student Council, Y-Teens lTreasurerl. AMBITION - Commercial Artist The February Class of '56, advised by Mrs. Doro- thy Andrews and Mr. Paul Dunworth, were very wxxtrens, JOAN KAY - Secretory COLLEGE PREP. - G. .A., N ' ' , - - - - - - Amamon - Go throtgh wlfl'Q'l""' Mm' Somy active raising money for their trip to Chicago. The donkey basketball game with the students playing the teachers was one of the most novel projects. Others were selling jackets, sweaters, stuffed dogs, Christmas corsages, cards, etc. The trip to Chicago on january 20 was a big success and everyone had a good time. VLEDDER, JOANN KAY - Treasurer STENOGRAPHIC - Senate, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Stenogropher GREER, PATRICIA MARGARET - Parliamenturion COLLEGE PREP. -- Senate Wiceapresident and Presidentl, Student Council lSer9eant- at-arms and Parliamentarianl, Y-Teens IPresidentl. . t ..,. ' - . . t ig,,.,,sE3s.f ,,.. .zf f s. f A POLAND, SYDNEY 105 .. Higygriqn SAYLOR, JAMES EDWARD - Sergeant-at-arms COLLEGE PREP. -- A Cappella, G.A.A., Junior Class Sergeant-atearms, Masque, COLLEGE PREP' "' Bafkmballf Foolbulll Stvdwt Cvlmfll, Tfillk- Senior Play Crew, Spanish Club, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Be G SUCCGSS in lif8 AMBITION -- Teacher 145 . ., Ei 1? .. . "' 9 X ai .'1' 1" fr iff f 5 .. - , , ,ps . ? :E 2-3 , A 1 .r-.sf Jiffy f L ' 1' , ,, 9 5 Z m y ' fs :: AW. , 443163 EER, KK 45,3 ' W I 7-' p ftgql I ' , : . . I 146 ANDERSON, RICHARD LEE COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Chemist ARNEBERG, JANET CAROLE COLLEGE PREP. BARNES, CHARLENE MARY GENERAL -- Campus Keyhole lTreasurerl, Library Club lHistorianl. AMBITION - Secretary BECKER, MARJORIE MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - Future Teachers lTreasurerl, Latin Club, Orchestra, Pro-Musica, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Teacher BERSON, CAROL ALBERTA STENOGRAPHIC - F.A.A., Y-Teens. AMBITION - Get married and raise a family BLEICH, EDWARD GENERAL BOURDO, DONNA LOU RETAIL SALES -- R.O.C. AMBITION - A store personnel BRUFLADT, EINAR I. DAY TRADE AMBITION - Electrician CARLSON, CHARLES WALTER TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION -- Live a full life COOPER, LEWIS EDWARD GENERAL - Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Bachelor COUSINEAU, VIVIAN LORRAINE RETAIL SALES - A Cappella, G.A.A., library Club. AMBITION - To graduate DEYOUNG, KAREN LOU CO-OP AMBITION - Housewife DOMONT, ARLENE ROSE BOOKKEEPINC -- Hi-C. AMBITION -- Accountant DOMONT, NORENE ROSE OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION - Teach horseback riding DUNCAN, JAMES ALLEN COLLEGE PREP, AMBITION -- Civil engineer EDLUND, JOHN HUBERT COLLEGE PREP. -- Latin Club, National Honor Society. AMBITION - Doctor ENGSTROM, SHARON LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. -- A Cappella, Bond, G.A.A., Junior Class Secretary, National Honor Society, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Student Council. AMBITION -- Musician FILIUS, ROGER JOHN DAY TRADE - Conservation Club, Student Council, Track. AMBITION - T,V. Expert FLANNERY, HARRIETT ANN GENERAL - F.H.A., Student Council. AMBITION - Accountant FLICKEMA, TOM O. COLLEGE PREP. Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Bachelor GEORGE, PATRICIA JEAN BOOKKEEPING - Hi-C. AMBITION -- Teacher HAMEL, SHIRLEY ANN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Senate lSergeanl-at-armsl, Student Council, Y-Teens. HARDIN, MELBA JUNE CO-OP - A Cappella. AMBITION - Get married HATHAWAY, ROBERT KENT COLLEGE PREP. - Basketball, Junior Class Parliamentarian and Vice-president, Hi-Y, Tennis. AMBITION - Industrial engineer HERMAN, DORRIS MARIE GENERAL - A Cappella, G.A.A., H-C, Senior Play, Student Council. AMBITION - Teacher HICKS, CHARLES RICHARD DAY TRADE HOMMES, CAROL ANN GENERAL -- A Cappella, o.A.A., Hs-c, Latin Club. AMBITION -- Teacher JOHNSON, DAVID C. TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION - Electrician KENDALL, DAVID WILLIAM GENERAL - Basketball, Football, Radio, Track. AMBITION - ro marry 0 sir' named Kev KENDALL, GLORIA JOY . GENERAL - A Cappella, F.A.A., Student Council. AMBITION - To go to Europe KEUR, RONALD JULIUS COLLEGEPREP. - French Club, Student Council. AMBITION - Pharmacist KNOLL, ARLENE ANN COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Dental technician KOCHIN, NANCY JEAN GENERAL - G.A.A., Radio, Senior Play, Thespians, Y-Teens, F.H.A. AMBITION - Radio engineer KROEZE, CHERYI. CO-OP - National Honor Society. AMBITION - To be a success LOWING, DONALD JAMES TRADE AND INDUSTRY MERTZ, WILLIAM MAURICE TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION - Television work dw? I-. 147 .,,,fs..f-f fi pf! .52 I MARTIN, CAROL COLLEGE PREP. MORSE, JOAN ROSE GENERAL AMBITION - To marry Ron MUNDT, KAREN A. COLLEGE PREP. - F.N.A. lPresident and Sergeant-ot-armsl, HIC lSecretaryl Latin Club lPresidentl, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Nurse NELSON, LYNALICE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Hi4C, Spanish Club. AMBITION - Teacher NELSON, RAMONA LOUISE RETAIL SALES AMBITION - To catch the guy l've been chasing since 8th grade OTT, RICHARD COLLEGE PREP. OUWERKERK, SHIRLEY JOY COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Booster Club, Carmento lCorresponclmg Secretory! Debate, Forensics, G.A.A., Inter-school Council, Masque lParIiamentornonI Region 9 and I3 lRecording Secretaryl, Said and Done, Sophomore Homecoming Attendent Speech Guild, Student Council lkecording Secretaryl, Thespians, Y Teens AMBITION - Speech therapist PATRICK, VICTOR COLLEGE PREP. PETERS, GAIL ANN COLLEGE PREP. - F.T,A. AMBITION - Teacher PLEKES, PAUL WILLIAM GENERAL POSTEMA, JOANNE CAROL CLERICAL - Y-Teens. AMBITION - To work in an office POTTS, CAROLYN COLLEGE PREP. POTTS, THOMAS ALBERT COLLEGE PREP. -- Football, Track. AMBITION - Only time can tell RAMIREZ, MARGARET ANITA COMMERCIAL - F.H.A., F.N,A,, G AMBITION - Nurse REED, DARLENE CAROL CO-OP AMBITION - Secretary REED, MILTON DAY .A.A., Library, Y-Teens. COLLEGE PREP. -- Football ICoptainI, Junior Class President National Honor Society lPresidentI, Student Council, Track. AMBITION - To make a million SAXTON, HARRIET OTHELLA GENERAL - A Cappella. AMBITION - To be o success SCOTT, RONALD JAMES GENERAL - French Club, Football, AMBITION - None whatsoever Junior Class Treasurer, Track .,,,.. '4 . .V 1 ,an SHEAFFER, CHARLES LEE CO-OP - R.O.C., Student Council. AMBITION - To reach the highest goal possible in a lifetime SKOGLUND, RICHARD ROBERT DAY TRADE SMITH, KENNETH DAY TRADE STEBELTON, SHIRLEY ANN CO-OP - National Honor Society. AMBITION - Stenographer STERENBERG, EDWARD, JR, RETAIL SALES AMBITION - Contractor STORM, MARILYN AUDREY COLLEGE PREP. - French Club lHistorianl, G.A.A., Y-Teens. AMBITION - Elementary school teacher SWEETER, JUDITH ANN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, French Club, Future Nurses. AMBITION - To be o success THOMPSON, BRUCE WENDELL GENERAL - Hi-C. AMBITION - Commercial pilot TWIEST, GILBERT LEE COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - B.S.A. golden flash TWINING, CLARK LEROY COLLEGE PREP. - Band, French Club, Orchestra. AMBITION - Math. teacher URCAVICH, GERALD DAY TRADE VEITENHEIMER, SALLY JAYNE GENERAL -- A Cappella, Art Club, Band, Dramalics Club, Exchange Assembly, G.A.A., Student Council. AMBITION - WAF's VERSALLE, PATSY L. COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Bowling, French Club, Senior Play Cast, AMBITION - Nurse VREDEVELD, JOYCE IRENE GENERAL - F.H.A., F,N.A., Hi-C. AMBITION - To marry someone with a short last name that starts with a letter at the beginning of the alphabet WAGNER, RUSSELL JAMES DAY TRADE AMBITION - Mechanic WARREN, DAVID OWEN GENERAL - Baseball, Football. AMBITION - President of the U.S, WEAVER, DANIEL COLLEGE PREP. WESTFIELD, ARLOA JANE RETAIL SALES AMBITION - To be a success H95 s 'S , 15 " ,,-... 3 f is 149 WESTGATE, CHARLES RETAIL SAlES WIERENGO, RlCHARD PETER TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION - Make money wlLuAMs, RICHARD GENE DAY TRADE AMBITION - Machinist ,AW 1 :mum Perhaps the most hilarious event of the year was the Donkey Basketball game sponsored by the February graduates as a money-making venture. Mr. Parlington is doing all right by the looks of it. The mid-year graduates had fun while earning money for their trip to Chicago. Sydney Poland and Pat Versalle display samples of the items sold. Not shown were cans and boxes of candy, too. WICKLAND, WENDEL BRUCE -- Class President COLLEGE PREP. -- Band, Basketball, Conservation Club, Hi-C, Inter-School Council lPresidentl, Latin Club, Pro Musica, Student Council iFresidentl, T.A.T.S., Track. AMBITION - Dentist WICKLAND, WARREN ALLEN - Vice-president COLLEGE PREP. - Band lDrum Moiarl, Basketball, Hi-C, Junior Class Treasurer, Latin Club, National Honor Society lVice-presidentl, Pro Musica Hreasurerl, Student Council Ureasurerl, Track. AMBITION - Engineer HILLER, WENDY RUTH - Secretary COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella lPresidentl, Mosque lSecretoryl, National Honor Society, Said ond Done, Senate lSecretory and Treasurerl, Senior Life Saving, Student Council lttistarianl, Corresponding and Recording Secretaryl, Thespians. AMBITION - Psychologist WOODRING, KENNETH JAMES - Treasurer COLLEGE PREP. - Football, Junior Class Historian, Track. AMBITION - Coach June Graduates The june Class of '56, advised by Miss Cecelia Knoll and Mr. Russell Stevens, was the largest class to be graduated from M. H. S. totaling 385. Schol- astically they rank high also, with 45 honor students. This class has to its credit the fine prom, "Harbor Lights," given in the spring of 1955. This year, as a part of graduation, the seniors had a picnic, a banquet, and were entertained by the 1957 class at a prom. Many were noted on Honors and Awards Day. This class also boasts outstanding athletes, musi- cians, and actors. CROSBY, PATRICIA ANN - Sergeant-at-arms COLLEGE PREP. - Carmenta, Conservation Club llleporterl, lHistorian and Secre- taryl, Keyhole, Said and Done, Y-Teens lReporterl. AMBITION - Dental hygienist LUTHER, ROSEMARY VERNA - Historian WRIGHT, ALAN LLOYD - Sergeant-at-arms COLLEGE PREP. - Bond lColorguordJ, Carmento lSecretory ond Presidentl, G.A.A., COLLEGE PREP. - Student Council. Orchestra, Pro Musica, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Engineer AMBITION - Teacher l5l fr .,,,,., LX...-f' aku, ACHENBACH, JOAN CAROL COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, F.T.A., Hi-C, Keyhole, Pro Musica, Said and Dane AMBITION - To go thru college, then to lead a happy, full life. ANDERSON, BETH CAROLE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Carmenta lHistorianl, F.N,A. lPresidentl, Hi-C. AMBITION -- Nurse ANDERSON, CAROLYN ANN CO-OP AMBITlON - Office worker ANDERSON, JANET MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club, F.N.A,, National Honor Society. AMBITION - Teacher ANDERSON, MARLENE TRESSA STENOGRAPHIC -- Camera Club, Hi-C. AMBITION - "l'm definitely going to Hollywood and I would like to become a singer." ANDERSON, SUZANNE DEBRA COLLEGE PREP, - Cheerleader, Homecoming Attendant, Senate lSergeant-at-arms and Vicevpresidentl, Student Council, Y-Teens. AMBITlON - Nurse ANDREWS, SUSAN MARGARET ' COLLEGE PREP, - G,A,A., National Honor Society, Said and Done, Senate lTreasurerl, Student Council, Y-Teens lVice-presidentl, A Cappella. APPEL, DAVE COLLEGE PREP. ARSNOE, GLENN ARTHUR DAY TRADE AMBITION - To pass history ASHLEY, SANDRA SUE GENERAL - Bond, F,A.A., G.A,A., Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Elementary teacher BAKER, BARBARA COLLEGE PREP, - A Cappella lSecretaryl, Band lCoIor Guardl, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - College BAKER, FRED COLLEGE PREP. BARNES, MILTON FRANKLIN GENERAL - Basketball, Football, Track, AMBITION -- Archilecl BARRINGER, ALEX GENERAL BASSET, ROBERT DAY TRADE BECK, HENRY ROGER TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION - Printer BECKER, PAUL RETAIL SALES BEEGLE, BARBARA ANN COLLEGE PREP. BEESING, JON COLLEGE PREP. BELL, BARBARA MAXINE GENERAL AMBITION - To join the Marines and go to radio school BENCH JOHN HOMER COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y, Student Council. AMBITION -- Pattern maker BERDINSKI, BARBARA JEAN GENERAL - G.A.A. AMBITION - To travel through the U,S. BERGBOWER, BOB CO-OP BERGMAN, BONNIE KAY COLLEGE PREP -- Band, Conservation Club, F.T.A., G.A.A. lVice-presldentl Latin Club lHistarian l , Y-Teens. AMBITION - Elementary teacher BLAKELY, CHARLES ADAMS GENERAL - Basketball, Football, Track. AMBITION - A pro basketball player for Harlem Globetrolters BLOODGOOD, MARY GENERAL BOLLENBACHER, GLORIA GENERAL BOLTHOUSE, JIM JON COLLEGE PREP, - Hi-Y. AMBITION - Dentist BONJERNOOR, MARILYN JOYCE GENERAL - Booster Club, F.A.A. lSecretary, Treasurer, and Vice-presidentl Senate Y-Teens. AMBITION - Public accountant or bookkeeper BONT, SALLY NOBLE GENERAL - A Cappella, Masque, Senate, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Go to college and get my MR BOWMAN, TED MARTIN GENERAL - Baseball, Faotball, Hi-Y, Keyhole. AMBITION - BRADFIELD, DAY TRADE AMBITION - BRADFIELD, DAY TRADE AMBITION - BRAMMER, COLLEGE PRE Commercial Artist GARRY DEAN Carpenter LARRY GENE Pattern maker JAMES HARVEY P. 1 Band, Debate, AMBlTlON - Ministry BRAVERMAN, TERRY WAYNE Orchestra, Student Council, Tennis COLLEGE PREP. - Basketball, Masque lSergeant-at-arms and Presrdentl Radio Student Council, Tennis, Thespians lVice-presidentl. AMBITION - Sportscasters, or lust plain "successful" BROGE, JERRY DAY TRADE ga? 3 f + ' -: pf M' IH gym g 7 I i 1 iii? rg X 154 BROUWERS, MARY J. COLLEGE PREP. - Y-Teens AMBITION -- Nurse BURGESS, JACK RETAIL SALES BURR, CAROL MARLENE GENERAL AMBITION - Housewife BYRNES, SANDY JEAN RETAIL SALES AMBITION - X-ray technician CALKINS, LENORA ELLEN COLLEGE PREP. - F.N,A., F.T.A., Hi-C. AMBITION - Nurse CARLSON, CARL E. COLLEGE PREP, - Campus Keyhole, French Club, Intramural Basketball, Student Council, Tennis. AMBITION - Ph.D. CARLSON, JANET KAY COLLEGE PREP. - Band, F.N.A., Hi-C Ureasurerl, Orchestra, Pro Musica Said and Done, Spanish Club ISergeant-at-urmsl. CARLSON, SUSAN LOUISE GENERAL - A Cappella, Conservation Club, F.H.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens. AMBITION - To have a career CAROLL, ROBERT GEORGE COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Conservation Club, National Honor Society, Pro Musica AMBITION - Chemical engineer CARTY, SUE ANN CO-OP - F.A,A., G,A.A., R.O,C. AMBITION - Secretary CARVEY, KEN DAY TRADE CATTLEY, JOYCE LAUREL COLLEGE PREP. - Band, F.T.A., Hi-C, P AMBITION - Kindergarten teacher CHEONES, CONSTANCE STENOGRAPHIC - Ccrmenta CHIDESTER, BEVERLY MAE GENERAL AMBITION - To marry my MAN! CHRISTENSEN, AMELIA ANN GENERAL - Campus Keyhole IBusiness Vice-presidentl. AMBITION - Medical receptionist CHRISTIANSEN, JACK RUSSELL COLLEGE PREP. -- Hi-Y lVice-presidentl AMBITION -- Engineer CLINE, PHYLLIS RETAIL SALES COATES, DOROTHY JUDITH GENERAL - Hi-C. AMBITION - Secretary ro Musica, Y-Teens Managerl, F.A.A. iReporter and COLEMAN, FORREST COLLEGE PREP. COLEMAN, JO ANN STENOGRAPHIC - G.A.A., Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Private Secretary COLLINGE, JUDY ELLEN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Conservation Club ISecrelaryl, Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - Teacher COLVARD, RUTH CO-OP COLVIN, SANDRA KAY F.N.A. AMBITION - Nurse COON, WAYNE WILLIAM DAY TRADE -- Hi-Y. AMBITION -- Printer COOPER, DARLENE SUE GENERAL - F.N.A. ISergeant-at-armsl, Hi-C. AMBITION - Nurse CORLISS, DONALD JAMES COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y IChapIain and Presidentl, National Honor Sonieiy. AMBITION -- To live a happy, successful life COX, DIXIE LEA COLLEGE PREP. - F.H.A. lTreasurer, Reporter, and Presidentl, F.T.A., G.A.A., Hi-C. AMBITION - Housewife COX, SANDRA LEE GENERAL - R.O.C., Y-Teens. AMBITION - To live in Los Angeles CWYNAR, ROBERT FRANK COLLEGE PREP. - Intramural Basketball. AMBITION -- Engineer DAHLQUIST, CAROL ANN COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - C.P.A. D'ALCORN, DAVE ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP. - Football. AMBITION - Printing IFerris lnstitulel DARWIN, JANICE ANN COLLEGE PREP. - G.A.A., Junior Class Sergeant-at-arms, Said and Done, Student Council IHisIorianl, T.A.T.S. AMBITION - Regisiered Pharmacist DAVIS, BERTHETTA MAMIE GENERAL AMBITION - Secretary DAVIS, CAROLE ANN COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Physicist DAVIS, DOUGLAS LEE COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y Program Chairman, Studenl Council. AMBITION - Engineer DEMAN, SHARON MAGDALENE COLLEGE PREP. - F.T.A., Hi-C, Spanish Club, AMBITION - Teacher DENNISON, LAVERNA MARIE OFFICE TRAINING - Campus Keyhole, G.A.A., Maiorette, National Honor Society, Press Club. AMBITION - To succeed in all l do DEPHOUSE, DON ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Tennis. AMBITION - Dentist DE VRIES, LOI5 JEAN CO-OP - A Cappella, Library Club, Y-Teens DE YOUNG, TOM GENERAL DILL, ALMARIE BOOKKEEPING - Booster Club, F.A.A. lHistorianl. AMBITION -- To marry a sailor DOCTOR, JANICE KATHLEEN COLLEGE PREP. 1 A Cappella, HI-C. AMBITION - Nurse DOOM, SYLVIA JUNE GENERAL AMBITION - Nurse DOUBLES, ALLEN FRANK GENERAL - Football, Track. AMBITION - To get a good iob DRYERS, ROSALIE CO-OP DURAM, JANICE ELAINE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, F.N.A. AMBITION - Nurse ENGOUIST, EVELYN MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - G.A.A., Y-Teens AMBITION - Nurse ERICKSON, JACKELYNN LEE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Booster Club lSecretaryl, Conservation Club lHistorianl, Latin Club lAedilel. AMBITION -- Physical therapist FAIRFIELD, CORA MAE GENERAL AMBITION -- Secretary FARR, LOIS ANN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, G.A.A. AMBITION - Housewife FEIL, MARILYN LOUISE COLLEGE PREP - A Cappella, Hi-C, Booster Club, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Home economics career FERRELL, PATRICIA JEAN COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club, Debate, Forensics, French Club, Masque Speech Guild, Thespians, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Elementary music teacher FILIUS, RONALD HENRY COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Conservation Club lPresidentl, Track. AMBITION -- Forester FLANNERY, JAMES BOOKKEEPING FLICKEMA, MARY ELLEN COLLEGE PREP. - Band, French Club, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION - School teacher FUHRMAN, CAROL SUE GENERAL - F.A.A. AMBITION - Housewife GANGWER, CAROL ANN COLLEGE PREP. -- French Club, G.A.A., Y-Teens. AMBITION - Interior decorator GARDENOUR, DORIS CO-OP GEREAU, GAIL ELOISE CO-OP - F.A.A., G.A.A. AMBITION - Go into the service or work in an office GOODLING, JUDY ANN COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club lSecretaryl, Conservation Club, Y'Teens AMBITION - Social worker GRAND, BILL GRENIER COLLEGE PREP. - National Honor Society, Student Council. AMBHION - C.P.A. GRIM, KAY LEE COLLEGE PREP, - Campus Keyhole, Hi-C lVicefpresidentl. AMBITION - Enter into full time Christian service. GROENVELD, WILLIAM RICHARD COLLEGE PREP. - Campus Keyhole. AMBITION - Editor-publisher GUSTAFSON, JANICE ANNE STENOGRAPHIC - G.A.A., Said and Done, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Stenographer GUSTAFSON, PAUL COLLEGE PREP, GUSTAFSON, PHILIP NATHANIEL COLLEGE PREP, AMBITION -- Construction engineer HAAN, ALICE FAYE BOOKKEEPING - National Honor Society. AMBITION -- Accountant HALEY, NANCY STENOGRAPHIC HAMEL, CHARLES THOMAS COLLEGE PREP. HAMM, PATRICIA LEE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Carmenta, Conservation Club, Y-Teens HANDY, LARRY JAMES CO-OP-- Hi-Y. AMBITION - Agriculture HANSEN, DANIEL GEORGE COLLEGE PREP, - A Cappella, Booster Club. AMBITION - A navy career R i . ..,. . . ,,,jT:S.f'FW'E 4-pl Q ft 157 HANSON, GRACE VIRGINIA SECRETARIAL - F.A,A., G.A.A. AMBITION - Accountant HART, CAROL MARIE CO-OP - Band. AMBITION - Private Secretary HARTWELL, NANCY JOANN COLLEGE PREP. - G.A.A. AMBITION - Physical therapist HASSELDAHL, ALYCE MAE STENOGRAPHIC - Conservation Club, French Club, Photography Club lPresidenti. AMBITION -- To Travel HAZARD, MICHAEL JOSEPH COLLEGE PREP, - French Club ISergeant-at-armsi. AMBITION 1 Pilot HEARL, DONNA GENERAL HEERES, DALE WALTER COLLEGE PREP. - Bond, Hi-C, Pro Musica. AMBITION - M.D. HEGBLOOM, DEAN CO-OP HEISSER, RICHARD RAYMOND COLLEGE PREP. 1 Hi-Y. AMBITION - Veterinarian HELLER, NINA LOU COLLEGE PREP. HERALD, DARLENE L. STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION - Secretary HERMAN, WILMA MARLENE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Hi-C. AMBITION - Enter into full time Christian work, and music HILL, JUDY MARGARET COLLEGE PREP. - Carmento Hreasurerl, G.A,A,, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Lab worker HILL, LAURA ELAINE GENERAL - Carmenta, Library Club, Y-Teens. AMBITlON - Airline stewardess HILT, CHARLES MEAD COLLEGE PREP, - Band, Debate, French Club, Pro Musica. HINKLEY, ELEANOR JANE COLLEGE PREP, - A Cappella, Band, F.T.A, lSecretaryl, G.A.A., Hi-C, Pro Musica, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Elementary teacher HODGE, JANET CAROL GENERAL - A Co ella Cormenta lVice-presidentl, Debate, Forensics, G.A.A., DP I Masque lVice-president, scholorshipl, National Honor Society lVice-president and Keeper of Archivesl, Radio, Senior Play lAssistant Directorl, Speech Guild, Student Council, Thespians, Y-Teens, Voice of Democracy District Winner. AMBITION - Speech teacher HODGES, THOMAS JAMES GENERAL - Debate, Forensics, Speech Guild, Student Council lParIiamentarianl, Thespions. AMBITION - To attend U.S. Naval Academy and be a Marine Corps officer W F HOLCOMB, JOYCE CHRISTINE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Carmenla, F.T.A., Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary Ieacher HOLSTINE, CAROL RETAIL SALES HOOVER, RICHARD ARTHUR DAY TRADE - Hi-Y. HOVEY, LEON CHARLES DAY TRADE - Baseball. AMBITION - Pallern maker HOWARD, CAROLYN COLLEGE PREP. HOWARD, ROBERT CLAIR Football HUGGARD, KARLENE GENERAL HUGHES, MARDELL KATHRYN GENERAL - G.A.A. AMBITION - Popular singer ISRAEL, EARL WESLEY GENERAL AMBITION - Join the Navy ISRAEL, RICHARD JOHNSTON GENERAL - Football lManagerl, Conservalion Club, Hi-Y. AMBITION - Salesman IVERSON, JANET LOUISE GENERAL - F,T.A., Hi-C, Thespians JACKSON, WILLIAM MARTIN GENERAL - Boskefball, Foofbcll, Keyhole, Track. AMBITION -- Archilecl If ff JENSEN, ARLENE MARIE N lg COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Bo lub F. A., Hi-C Keyhole lEdlIorl, Masque. AMBITION - Elemenlary teacher - - lo l ad a full lif JOHNSON, CAROL J. L COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club rench Club, Y-Teens AMBITION -- To go lo busines chool JOH N, DAVD LEE COLL GE REP. Ba k ball, Conservalion Club lVlce-presidenll, Track AM TION -- Eng e JOHNSON, LEONARD ANDREW COLLEGE PREP. -- Band, Olcheslra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Engineer JOHNSON, NAOMI ELAINE OFFICE TRAINING - A Cappella, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Success al present iob and in lilc JOHNSON, ROGER LEE COLLEGE PREP. - Baseball, Baskelball, Football. AMBITION -- Mechanical engineer Q . -2 1 Rf +L 2 fag. '.S.5iVfv ff? Xxx I59 JOHNSON, SANDRA MARIE STENOGRAPHIC - Hi-C. AMBITION - To make others happy JOSEPHSON, LUANN R. COLLEGE PREP. - F.N.A,, HifC. AMBITION - Nurse JUERGENS, MARYANN STENOGRAPHIC KALK, KAREN ANN GENERAL - Camera Club, Conservation Club, G.A.A., Library Club, Radio Thespians. AMBITION - To get married KEEFER, RICHARD DALE COLLEGE PREP, AMBITION - Engineer KEMPKER, HAROLD GENERAL KENNEDY, DAVID LEE GENERAL - Baseball, Football, Golf, Track. AMBITION -- State policeman KIESTER, GLORIA GENERAL KING, GORDON RICHARD DAY TRADE AMBITION - A good carpenter KOEHL, PENNI COLLEGE PREP, KRAFT, CAROL SUE GENERAL - Camera Club, Conservation Club, G.A.A. AMBITION - To work in an office KRONLEIN, WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP, KUHN, PATRICIA JEAN GENERAL - Band, G.A.A. lSecretary, Treasurer, Presidentl, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Bookkeeper KIRKPATRICK, ROBERT COLLEGE PREP, - Latin Club. AMBITION - Chemical engineer KURTZ, DRUMMOND LYN GENERAL - A Cappella, Masque l5ergeant-atsarmsl. AMBITION - Businessman LACKEY, SHIRLEY OFFICE MACHINES LAHNALA, THOMAS CHARLES GENERAL AMBITION -- To graduate LAND, PHIL P. COLLEGE PREP. -- Basketball, Football, Track, AMBITION - To graduate .rf-'iw N LANGLER, NORMA RETAIL SALES LANZ, BARBARA COLLEGE PREP. -- A Cappella, Carmenla, Cheerleader, G.A.A., Masque, Student Council. LARSON, CHARLES TRADE AND INDUSTRY LASSWELL, DONNA GENERAL LAUBACK, SHIRLEY JEAN GENERAL AMBITION - Marriage LAWRENCE, CAROL GENERAL LEAF, RUTH LEILA RETAIL SALES -- Hi-C. AMBITION -- Church secretary LE TARTE, CLYDE EDWARD COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Golf, Pro Musica, Tennis. AMBITION - Engineer LEWIS, DOROTHY ANN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappello, Conservation Club, French Club, National Honor Sociely lSecrelaryl, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Medical technician LIBBY, WAYNE CLIFFORD GENERAL - Baseball. AMBITION - To go to college LOGG, DONNA MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Dramalics, Radio. AMBITION -- Nurse LONG, LEE GEORGE GENERAL -- Bond, Hi-C. AMBITION -- Minister LOWRY, RICHARD GEORGE COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club, Football, Track. AMBITION - Engineer LUDLOW, PATRICIA MYRNA GENERAL - Hi-C. , AMBITION - Bookkeeper LUNDHOLM, LINDA LOU COLLEGE PREP., - Band, Hi-C lSecrelaryl, Latin Club, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - First chair flute in Boslon Pops MAHN, BETTY LOU RETAIL SALES -- Keyhole, Library Club. AMBITION -- Gel married MARING, JOAN SUE COLLEGE PREP, - A Cappella, French Club lSecretary, Presidenll, Student Council. AMBITION - Translator in U.N. MATTHEWS, CLARK JOHN GENERAL - A Cappella lVice-presidentl, Band, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica. 34 W .r e N W Q ,SWF A, 25 Q 2 if 'ly Q 'X Q . I -' - x :r 3: ,. ' L ' Sim . gg., dl g ., ,: :I ' :NWS .. .gf is 1 N' 7 ' Ex . .as 161 ws.. 'IF - f N: .QQ if B., Q' Q Q.. MATTHEWS, NANCY LEE BOOKKEEPING -- F.A,A., library Club. AMBITION - Airline hostess MATTISON, THOMAS CHARLES COLLEGE PREP. - French Club, Pro Musica lHistorianl. AMBITION -- Music teacher MC CALLUM, ELIZABETH MARY STENOGRAPHIC - F.A.A. AMBITION - To travel MC CANN, KAREN ELAINE CLERICAL - Hi-C, Library Club lSecretaryl. AMBITION - To graduate MC CLAIN, LEROY RETAIL SALES MC CLURE, JERRY DEAN COLLEGE PREP. - Baseball. AMBITION - None whatsoever MC CREA, EILEAN DONAN COLLEGE PREP. - Latin Club. AMBITION - Veterinarian and a bachelor MC GRAIN, PATRICIA ANN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Latin Club, Masque, Y-Teens. AMBITION - To live a worthwhile life MC PHERSON, ELSIE MAE STENOGRAPHIC AMBITION - Stenographer MC SORLEY, SANDRA EILEEN COLLEGE PREP. -- A Cappella, Booster Club lVice-presidentl, French Club, Student Council, Y-Teens. AMBITION - To be a success MELL, RICHARD FRANKLIN COLLEGE PREP. - Baseball, Basketball, Hi-Y, Student Council. AMBITION - Engineer MILLER, .IACQUELINE COLLEGE PREP. - French Club, G,A.A., National Honor Society lSecretaryl. AMBITION - Research chemist MILLER, NANCY LEE COLLEGE PREP. - Debate, Exchange Student, Forensics, G.A.A., Junior Class Vice- president, Masque, Senate lSergeant-at-armsl, Student Council, Y-Teens lTreasurerl. AMBITION - Speech therapist MILLER, RONALD ALAN COLLEGE PREP. - National Honor Society lTreasurerl. AMBITION - Electrical engineer MILLER, WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP. MOORE, JON MICHAEL COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Latin Club, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Get through college MORRALL, ROSALIE ANN GENERAL - Band, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Spanish Club lSecretaryl. AMBITION - Go to South America MORRISON, BEVERLY JANE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Hi-C, Library Club. AMBITION - Office worker MURPHY, MARY LYNN COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, G.A.A., Said and Done lBusiness Managerl, Senate lTreasurerl, Student Council, Y-Teens lSecretaryl. AMBITION - Anesthetist NICOLAI, YVONNE LORRAINE RETAIL SALES 1 F.H.A. AMBITION - Secretary NIPGES, BARBARA ROSALIE CLERICAL - F.N.A., Y'Teens. AMBITION - Big game hunter OLSON, LOIS JANE COLLEGE PREP. -- A Cappella, F.T.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens. AMBITION - Teacher OLSON, RICHARD HENRY COLLEGE PREP. - Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - To make a million dollars OOSTING, BETTY LOU STENOGRAPHIC - G.A.A. lSecretary, Treasurerj. AMBITION - Secretary OOSTING, TOM A. GENERAL -- Basketball. AMBITION - To graduate ORWICK, BARBARA JANET GENERAL AMBITION - Secretary ORZECHOWSKI, JOHN LAWRENCE COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Chemical Engineer OSBORN MARY JANE OFFICE TRAINING AMBITION - Housewife OSLUND, JUDITH LEONE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, French Club, Hi-C. AMBITION - School teacher lbelieve it or notl PEACOCK, BETTY ANN F.T.A., Spanish Club. AMBITION - Teacher PEEL, CAROL VENNIE STENOGRAPHIC - National Honor Society. AMBITION - Secretary PERRY, ROY WARD TRADE AND INDUSTRY AMBITION - Carpenter PICARD, PAULINE ELIZABETH GENERAL AMBITION - X-Ray technician PLESCHER, JOAN CAROL STENOGRAPHIC - Band, F.A.A., G.A.A., Orchestra, Pro Musica fPresidentI. AMBITION - Elementary teacher PLETCHER, LYNDA LEE COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club, Conservation Club, Y-Teens, AMBITION - Airline hostess PLOTNER, CONNIE LOU GENERAL AMBITION - To get married X X x s -...,. , e 4 es POLAK, THERESA MAE COLLEGE PREP. - Cheerleader, Debate, Forensics, G.A.A., Said and Done lAdvertisingl, Senate ISecretary, Sergeant-at-armsl, Speech Guild, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Nurse POTTER, LOIS ANN COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Teacher POULOS, PETER GEORGE CLERICAL - Baseball, Booster Club, F.A,A. lVice-presidentl. AMBITION - Insurance salesman PRESTON, ROBERT RETAIL SALES RADEMAKER, EILEEN JOANN GENERAL - Hi-C. AMBITION - Bookkeeper RADEMAKER, SHARON LYNN STENOGRAPHIC - Y-Teens. AMBITION - Stenographer RAGEN, JUDY ANN CLERICAL - Booster Club, Conservation Club, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Secretary RAMIREZ, .IOHN FERNINE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella. AMBITION - A success RANDALL, KEITH LAWRENCE DAY TRADE AMBITION - Electrical engineer RANDALL, RICHARD PIERCE COLLEGE PREP. - Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hi-Y. AMBITION - Store manager RATHBUN, PHILLIP CHARLES GENERAL - Football, Track. AMBITION - A success REAM, GWEN J. COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, F.T.A. AMBITION - Nursery school teacher REECE, RONALD BERNARD GENERAL - A Cappella. AMBITION - Teaching or selling REED, KATHERINE DELANE GENERAL AMBITION - To write Cl novel RICHMANN, HAROLD LEE COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Engineer RIDDERMAN, RALPH RETAIL SALES RIEBEN, JUDITHANN GAYLE COLLEGE PREP. - F.T.A., Orchestra, Senate, Y'Teens, Camera Club. AMBITION -- High school history teacher RILEY, MARY MARGARET COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Conservation Club, French Club, F.T.A., Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION - Airline hostess ROBERTSON, JEAN ANN COLLEGE PREP. - French Club, G.A.A., Student Council, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Go to college RODEWALD, MARY ELIZABETH COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club, Forensics, Junior Class Parliamentarian, Latin Club lPresidentl, Life Saving, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Senate lSecretaryJ, Student Council. AMBITION -- Doctor ROGALLA, MARGARET ANN GENERAL AMBITION - Chief telephone operator ROOT, BARBARA MARIE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Band, French Club, Orchestra, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Director of Religious E ROSE, JACK C. ducation COLLEGE PREP. - Football, Orchestra, Student Council, Track. AMBITION - Dentist ROWE, RONALD ENOS COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella. AMBITION -- To be happy RUSSCHER, DONNA RAE COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Booster Club, F.T.A., Life Saving, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Elementary teacher RUSSELL, LUCILLE MARIE GENERAL - G.A.A. AMBITION - Office worker RYAN, THOMAS E. GENERAL - Basketball, Track, AMBITION - Commercial artist SAMUELS, NORMAN COLLEGE PREP. SANDBERG, GARY JOEL GENERAL AMBITION - Commercial artist SARGENT SALLY JOANNE COLLEGE PREP. - F.N.A. lVice-president and Historianl. AMBITION - Nurse SAUNDERS, JACK COLLEGE PREP. Conservation Club, French Club, National Honor Society, Pro Musica. AMBITION - Teacher lAh! Sweet revengel SCHAEFER, TERRI IONE GENERAL AMBITION - To marry a millionaire SCHMIDT, BETTY LOU CLERICAL AMBITION - Live it up SCHOLTEN, MARILYN RUTH GENERAL - A Cappella, Y Teens. AMBITION - Typist SCHOTT, ADDE LOU COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club, Lat AMBITION - Elementary teacher SCOTT, MARTHA ELIZABETH OFFICE TRAINING - Band, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Housewife in Club lSecretaryl, Y-Teens. sw api? 5 iw 'V 1 I Q, QQ.. 'sa A, a ,Ag :,A ,.,: 1 b fi 'Q V M W- 5 1' I66 Sta f Q .s .Vw .,.," --IV -.,. ,,,.,e 5 fi c W6 Y ic. ,N . .- , ,Q , .Ng ' ,..,? Q Q. t li of SCHORT, VICKY COLLEGE PREP. SEELMAN, ROCHELLE ANN COLLEGE PREP. - F.T.A., Conservation Club, Booster Club, Y-Teens, Senior Play AMBITION - Teaching SELLS, RUTH MARIE GENERAL AMBITION -- Bookkeeper SHAFFER, GAYLORD HUGH GENERAL - Band, Pro Musica, Hi-Y, Hi-C. AMBITION - Ministry SHAW, MARALEE RETAIL SALES SHETTERLY, JACQUELYN GAIL RETAIL SALES AMBITLON - To meet Jim SHINELDECKER, BURTON KEITH GENERAL AMBITION - Further education SIKKENGA, JUDITH LYNNE GENERAL - F.A.A., Mosque. AMBITION - C.P.A. SIMONSON, JUNE RETAIL SALES SIMPKINS, RAYMOND JOSEPH COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-C. AMBITION - Medical Missionary SIMPSON. NANCY ANNE COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club, Carmenta, Y-Teens, G,A.A. SKINNER, DONALD DEAN COLLEGE PREP. - Student Council lVice-presidentl, Booster Club lTreasurerl, Masque, Latin Club, Thespians, Debate, National Honor Society lPresidentI, Forensics, Radio, AMBITION - To go to the moon SLATTERY, ALLEN COLLEGE PREP. SLOAN, JAMES BURTON BOOKKEEPING AMBITION - C.P.A, SMACK, JOSEPH DANIEL COLLEGE PREP. - French Club. AMBITION - Teacher SMALLIGAN, DIRK R. CO-OP - R,O.C. SMITH, ROBERTA DIANNE GENERAL - F.N.A. AMBITION - Photographer SMITH, RONALD ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP. - French Club, Conservation Club. AMBITION - Electrical Engineer SNOOK, NANCY RUTH CiEAFaE1RIfg.N-LB:.:lsrLr: Club, Conservation Club, F.A.A. lTreasurerI, Y-Teens. SOMERVILLE, M. GAYLE COLLEGE PREP. - Conservation Club. STEIN, MARILYN JEAN CO-OP AMBITION - Receplionisl for dodor STEIN, NANCY JO GENERAL - F.H.A., C-.A,A,, Y-Teens STIRLING, PAUL MILLER COLLEGE PREP. - Masque, Senior Play. AMBITION -- Engineer STONE, BARBARA ANN STENOGRAFHIC - Senale lSergeant-ol-armsl, Sludenf Council ISergeanl-al-armsl, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Private secrelary STONG, RONALD LOWELL TRADE AND INDUSTRY STOOPS, JOAN MAE RETAIL SALES AMBITION - To become Mrs. Klinger STRICKLER, EVELYN MARGARETT CO-OP - G.A.A. AMBITION - Bookkeeper STRONG, LEIGH COLLEGE PREP. STURGEON, LOIS DARLENE RETAIL SALES - Library Club, Orcheslra, Pro Musica SWETT, LOUELLA EDNA CLERICAL - F.A.A., Student Council, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- To go to lhe Olympics as a swimming slar TER BEEK, GRETCHEN JOY GENERAL - French Club, G.A.A., Sludenl Council, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Arl leather TERGIL, ANN CHRISTINE EXCHANGE STUDENT - Cormenla, French Club. THORNTON, LARRY WILLIAM COLLEGE PREP. - Bond, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica AMBITION - Missionary TIETSORT, GENE DAY TRADE TJAPKES, ELLEN JEAN RETAIL SALES AMBITION - To be a success TOPPEN, JANICE RUTH COLLEGE PREP, - A Cappella, F.T.A. lVice-president and Hisforianl, Library Club, Nalianal Honor Sociely, Spanish Club lPresidenlI. ' 'fl I sl iw I My ...E ..'....:, he -iii-. 1 9 5 1 . .5 ::'.,:5:QI:'2.I?EI??' gl Q it N xv "' . . QS s. W ls Q wx ii Q , L X 7 ' 'ff J.-5 TOXOPEUS, FRED COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y, lntramural Basketball. AMBITION - Pharmacist ULMER, MARLENE MAE GENERAL AMBITION - Secretary VANDERBOEGH, ALAN DAVID COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Electronic engineer VANDERKOOI, LYLE GENERAL VANDERLEEST, JAMES WALTER COLLEGE PREP. VANDERLEEST, VALERIE JILL COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Conservation Club, French Club, F.T.A., Said and Dane, Y-Teens. AMBITION -- Elementary teacher VANDERVEEN, CAROL GENERAL - A Cappella, F.N.A. AMBITION - Teacher VANDYKE, TOM J. COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION - Electrical engineer VISCHER, JOAN CO-OP VOSS, JOANN ELAINE COLLEGE PREP. -- A Cappella, Y-Teens AMBITION -- Teacher WAALKES, MARTIN HERBERT COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Baseball, Basketball, Hi-Y. AMBITION - Engineer WALL, FRANCES MAE STENOGRAPHIC - G.A.A. AMBITION - Secretary WANGER, HERMAN FRANCIS TRADE AND INDUSTRY - Hi-C. AMBITION - Ministry WARNER, GORDON G. COLLEGE PREP. - Latin Club iTreosurerI, Masque, Student Council, Thespians Track. AMBITION -- Engineer WATSON, SHARON GENERAL - A Cappella, Band, Hi-C, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Y-Teens. AMBITION - To be a R.N. WEAVER, DON WILSON DAY TRADE - Football. AMBITION - Own a printing company WEBBER, ERNEST CHARLES COLLEGE PREP. - Booster Club, Conservation Club, Latin Club. AMBITION - To be successful WEBSTER, NANCY ANN COLLEGE PREP. - G.A.A., Said and Dane. AMBITION - To acquire an ambition WECK, NANCY STENOGRAPHIC WEISNER, WAYNE ROBERT COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y. AMBITION - Conservatlonist WENTZLOF, DON CARL GENERAL AMBITION - Aircraft maintenance WHITE, MADELYN CLAIRE GENERAL - A Cappella, Booster Club, G.A.A., Masque, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Secretary WHITE, NEIL COLLEGE PREP. WHITNEY, DAVE COLLEGE PREP. WIERDA, JIM E. COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-Y. AMBITION - To graduate WILKERSON, DANIEL EDWARD DAY TRADE AMBITION -- Electrician WILLIAMS, SHARON LARUE COLLEGE PREP. WILSON, CAROL GENERAL WILSON, SHIRLEY ANN CO-OP - A Cappella, Booster Club, Library Club, Phalography, Y-Teens. AMBITION - To marry a tall, dark, handsome millionaire WILTENBURG, ARLENE MAY COLLEGE PREP, AMBITION - Nurse WISEMAN, BARBARA FRANCES BOOKKEEPING - F.A.A. lPresidentl, G,A.A. AMBITION -- Bookkeeper WITHAM, RICHARD NICHOLAS COLLEGE PREP. - French Club. AMBITION - Architect WITTKOPP, CONNELL ALBERT COLLEGE PREP. AMBITION -- Engineer WOLFORD, ROBERTA CO-OP WOLVERTON, ITEA LOUISE COLLEGE PREP. - Hi-C, Latin Club AMBITION - To travel to Europe WORKMAN, HARVEY MERTON COLLEGE PREP. - Student Council. AMBITION -- To graduate lLictorl, Orchestra, Said and Done, YfTeens . -t Ll L L as xx J nf R XX I L 3 is X X 5 Q 'N' X I '-3i:z1,e5:a,. .L x -if .,. S S C N X N. Qi? L Wie Xi , ' . C .j- 'QL gf 'N Ss ww '14 YOUNG, EMILY MAY RETAIL SALES AMBITION - Air wick adiuster in a pickle factory ZIELINSKI, JOHN DAY TRADE ZIMMERMAN, CAROL LOIS COLLEGE PREP. - A Cappella, Carmento, Conservation Club, French Club G.A.A., Student Council, Y-Teens. AMBITION - Haven't decided zlsslsn, mcx w. GENERAL AMBITION - Don't know ROSS, JOHN QUINCY COLLEGE PREP, - Library Club, Hi-Y lSecretary and Treasurerl, AMBITION - Lawyer 7 Honor students are recognized at the traditional Honor Assembly ' in June. It is the most impressive assembly of the year. if August Graduates ANDERSON, LINDA STENOGRAPHIC CHRISTIANSEN, JO ANN GENERAL - SenaIe, Y-Teens. DAVID, DELORES RETAIL SALES HERRINGTON, SHERI ANN STENOGRAPHIC - French Club, AMBITION - Model JENSEN, MARVA GENERAL KRISS, MAXINE HELEN CO-OP - Hi-C. AMBITION - Teacher LEROUX, WINONA STENOGRAPHIC VENSKE, DAVE CARL Library Club IVice-presidenlI. GENERAL - Baseball, Baskeiball, FooIbaII, Track. AMBITION - Policeman FEBRUARY BRISTOW, PAUL DUANE EGNAR, JANET SUE FARQUHAR, NORMA LEE FURBUSH, DAN DALE KUHN, JANET MARIE LACKEY, JUNE ETHEL LA RUE, MARY LOU LINSTROM, RUSSELL HENRY METHENY, JAMES RUSSELL MONROE, CHARLES SYLVESTER SHEFFER, ROBERT RICHARD SMITH, MARILY.N LEE STEWART, JACK MICHAEL TOUSEY, RONALD CLEM VOSS, PAUL ROBERT VREDEVELD, JOYCE IRENE JUNE ANDERSON, GERALD VICTOR BALDWIN, SANDRA LOUISE BERRYHILL, DICK LYLE BOYD, RICHARD KENDRIC BURGESS, RODGER WAYNE PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE CLARKE, RICHARD EUGENE COMPTON, GWENLYN ELAINE COTA, PHILLIP CHARLES EDLER, GLORA JEAN ESCARENO, JOE QUINTANA ESTEPP, MARLENE JOYCE FAIRFIELD, IVAN GERALD FAIRFIELD, JACK ERNEST FEASEL, ROBERT WILLIAM FIELD, CAROL JO ANN FINKHOUSE, ALBERT LA MONT FRENCH, JAMES ROBERT FULTZ, JOHN EDWARD HERMAN, PAUL D. HOLMAN, JANET ANN HOMFELD, ROBERT LEE JUSTICE, ANN AUTRIA KAMINSKI, PHILIP JOHN KINSLEY, FRANK J. KUBICEK, CAROL JEAN KUSHNER, IRENE ANNA LEGAULT, JOSEPH D. MAZADE, EYVONNE AUGUSTINE MC DONALD, SHIRLEY MAE NEIBARGER, HAROLD JESS NICOLAI, BERNADETTE CECILE PAXSON, JACQUELINE LEE PENGILLY, FORDYCE OWEN PRELL, STANLEY DEWANE RECK, REX RONALD RICHMOND, FRED EARL RODES, NANCY PETRANELLA ROGERS, JAMES DOUGLAS SAMUELS, ROGER WERNER SCHUMACHER, JOHN ED SUGARBAKER, DUANE ALBERT SUTCLIFFE, JAMES ARNOLD SWANSON, PEGGY LEE WORTHING, WILLIAM GLENN YATES, JEFFERY JAY YOUNG, NORMA JUNE ZEEDYK, PATRICIA ELAINE AUGUST DOBB, LARRY JAMES HANSEN, HARRY RICHARD JACOBS, RONALD EUGENE MC GAHN, DOROTHY MAUDE OSBORN, MARCIA ANN SIGNS, JUDITH ANNE STAPEL, LA VERN FRANCIS ,sg .wb 'Q W if I I Q is Q X N Many business enterprises fulfill the needs of the Muskies and their elders for a good standard of living. Advertise Joyce Holcomb and Janice Gustafson give admiring glonces al a 1956 Chrysler from . . . DUBBEN MOTOB SALES 270-280 Apple Avenue Muskegon You are undertaking the most important journey in your life . . . your future. Be confident of your abilities as you eagerly look forward. Plan your course and then act wisely. You can count on electricity to aid you in your quest by being at your command, day or night, in your home, office or place of work. " vw Q12 I CONSUMERS POWER COMPANY l7 Marilyn Smith shows Ron Scott and Jim Soylor one of the latest hits. MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC f Zeewwm 4 908 Terrace St. Bl! l 3' S0065 333 W. Western . MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Leigh Strong, graduating senior, purchases some shirts from Otto Valk of . . . "Muskegon'.v Finest Store for Men and Boys" 74 1865 - 1956 AIR-CONDITIONED CHAPEL AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Balbirlzie - APIISTLE fllortuary 257 W. Webster Avenue MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Phone 2-2168 james Apostle - Directors - George Apostle Campeau, Mullally 8. Meier, Inc. "THE INSURANCE CENTER" 924 SECOND ST. PHONE 2-3775 CONRAD'S Columbia Studios "Class Portraits of Distinction" WEDDINGS - CANDID AND FORMAL BABIES AND FAMILY GROUPS Call 2-3013 For Appointment I84 W. WESTERN AVENUE Across from Penney's FrukMklk It I metzban edly 5221717 60. "Good luck, Seniors 7 Charles Turk delivers cleaning to QUALITY CLEANERS 1504 SANFORD ST. Across from Central Campus Add-Rite Typewriter Co. "Formerly George A. Long Serz'ic'e" 1143 Third S1 Phone 2 8543 THE CLARK BOOT SHOP Telephone 2-3179 411 W. Western Ave. MICHIGAN THEATER BUILDING MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Complimenls nf PLETCHEIVS FURNITURE C0. 4 177 -Syfsema ufzeffaf Eine Telephone 2-5787 AMBULANCE SERVICE 737 APPLE AVENUE MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Compliments of TUXBURY INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of Illfred J. Hunter 81 Company HENRY AT LAKETON SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY .THE BEST "just Ask Your Neighbor For the sharpest of shoes . ARBOR FLORAL co. - 30 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE - Our Flowers are always Greenhouse Fresh" I222 Peck St. Quality Service Food Stores LEADING INDEPENDENT AFFILIATED STORES Mary Murphy, PQI Crosby, and Put Ferreil Iake ci unIque rIde. 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 K rlene Huggcrd and Barb Lanz plon for purchases of dinnerware, silverware, crysIoI, and giIIs al . . . BUDD'S JEWELRY COMPANY "'l'bc Slarc Your CuI1fiz1e11c'c Bail!" Congratulations to the Class of 1956 MUSKEGON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS point seleciions. Henry Beck enioys his afternoon work at . . . Make THE COMMERCIAL PRESS Your Hardware Center "M t P ' t " as er rm ers Terrace and Irwin Phone 2-2787 1981 Sanford Phone 2-2575 EASY PARKING The Hackley Union National Bank C'Y0ur Personal Bank" MONTAGUE MUSKEGON MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation lnnmmw, N l ffvsi wwf E OW Bill Miller, Pal Crosby, and Pct Ferrell eni y cokes al . PHOTOGRAPHY "The plafe Io go after the danve or show" ROBERT GEORGE HANSEN Phone mb? CHADWICIVS DRIVE IN 1783 Sanford Slreel - M k g M hg Broadway and Getty Continuous Quality Continuous Price Valerie Vander leesl enjoys her work al . . . COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I-E75 B MUSKEGON JACK BRACE REALTY "REALTORS" The place your neighbor made surla a good buy. ALWAYS A LARGE SELECTION OF HOMES FOR SALE. Me'f0P0'if0'1 VETS MEN9S WEAR RENT-A-TUX SERVICE 201 W. Western Fast! Low Cost! Famous RICHMAN BROTHERS Clothes ff. fm 329 W. WESTERN Your Class Ring Store-Your Groduotion Wotch Store Courtesy of ACHTERHOFF :immoral and Amdwlame SERVICE Peck ot Lorch Phones 2-5717 8. 2-8655 We Ywulte Kam DAMM HARDWARE CO. 635 OTTAWA STREET Tl Finest in Athletic Equipment" FOR ALL OCCASIONS SAY IT WITH WASSERMAN'S FLOWERS REGENT THEATER BLDG. We Specialize in Corsages 1 f S m a I I r g a n s BICYCLES - TOYS - HOBBIES 1204 Getty St. Phone 2-2337 OPEN EVENINGS COMPLIMENTS OF Continental Motors Corporation C20ngralf1fz!afi0n5 ana! Ea! IVMJMA fo Me 664255 of 1956 S 2 LlQ1C'fED as S1102 WOOD and METAL PATTERNS and MODELS JAMES I. HAMM Mary Murphy in c Magic Touch, Push-bunon controlled 1956 DODGE LANCER convertible. GOOD LUCK SENIORSY From GENE AND JACK HATHAWAY And Always Remember DODGE AND PLYMOUTH HATHAWAY MOTOR CO. Serving Grealer Muskegon Motorists Willa Dependable Trauxportatiou Since 1910" X Aww www X?-9 WWUANA in 563 i 5 .. ,S ' 2301. ge X I 0 0 l X X Compliments of HAIQWUUD - N ELSUN BEST WISH ES greeted UMW Zan YCUNG FUNERAL I-IQME 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. 'Bu'l Lk Skyscr p " 6 E SHAW-WALKER Largest Exclusive Makers of Office Furniture and Filing Eq p t in lhe World 7 9 I I N 'I ' I I , Nagy ff , , . 'f , W , .WJ 1 'T-I fff',Q,.a I I . N , Alf- , N S A d n and Par Hamm look over the gifts of . . Daniel '4 siflff' Enterprise Brass Ulorks MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Manufacturers oi Plumbers' Brass Goods - Brass. Bronze and Aluminum Castings BEST WISHES to Class of '56 FITZJDHII COIlCII C0. YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INVITED MUSKEGON FEDERAL SAVINGS 6. LOAN ASSOCIATION Black Front Building" on First Sfreef Members of the 1956 graduating class visited VANDERVELDES . . . shown here are Pat Crosby and Bill Miller looking over Americas 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 lde s "Where You Will Do Better in Quality and Price" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '56 . . Donald M. Hesling, graduate of Muskegon Senior High School with the class of 1932, is checking the drawing of Charles Kelly. Mr. Hesling has been associated with Sealed Power since 1937. Through the years he has served us in many capacities and is presently Vice-president in charge of Manufac- turing, Research and Engineering. Charles Kelly also graduated from Muskegon, in 1950, and came with us during that year. Chuck is a Draftsman in the Technical Engineering Division. The positions these men hold are examples of the opportunities available at Sealed Power to forward-looking young people who are willing to expend their energies in furthering their careers. In determining your future we invite you to consider Sealed Power as offering many opportunities to energetic young men and women. Sealed lporaflio Leading Manufacturers of Engine Parts Plants in Muskegon Heights and St. Johns, Michigan Rochester, Indiana and Stratford, Ontario Z PORTRAITS 0 X Phone 2-7422 134 HAMILTON AVE. Compliments of GEERPRES WRINGER, INC. Cal JoHnson's Camera Shop 84 Studio 503 Catherine Phone 2-5986 , JA B b Young receives Bev SodersIrom's opinion on o beautiful Dorothy Lewis and Lynn Holmstrom Choose ' ' ' plant at . . . famous , Kharafleece SWEATERS and SKIRTS FLOWER sl-lov Q, UNUSUAL CORSAGES 1 WEDDINGS GIFTS S M 5 Terrace at Clay 1378 Peck Phone 2-3391 "The Clothing Corner of Muskegon" Lakos Cafe "Where fine food is served" Sue Andrews and Rosemary Luiher look over camera supplies ol . . . feadium plow .qetvice 428 w. WESTERN "Ez'eryllJiug PlJotograplJir" 367 W. Western MOTOR SERVICE 6. SUPPLY COMPANY 1169-71 Third Street Telephone 2-6066 MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN lllest michigan Sound Company Phone 2-5910 TAPE RECORDERS - PA SYSTEMS - HI-Fl RECORDS SALES - RENTALS - SERVICE 1932 Peck Street Muskegon TED'S SHOP Specializing in Phone 2-7554 PANTS - SWEATERS - JACKETS 212 W. Western Avenue "We match or contrast your odd coal" WILSON SPORTING GOODS Compliments MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS of Mills Ice Cream JoN ES Electric Company 'CW THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK Muskegon's Oldest Bank -225 w. wesrsm Ave. omvs.uN BANK-LAKETON a sm WINDATT-PONTIAC 2001 Peck Street Phone 2-6046 MUSKEGON Clyde LeTurle views the activity in the shop. 1 x.9' FABRICATORS - ERECTORS Structural Steel and Plate Fabricating - X still 335' Nliliift If MEMBER STEEL FABRICATING COMPANY 590 W. Southern Ave. Telephone 2-6635 MusKEGoN, MacHlcAN DESIGNERS - ENGINEERS Sharon Six ond Nino Heller watch the cleaning proce t BaXter9s 'A' 1915 Peck Street Y 1050 Getty Street Compliments or Merrill A. Pringle Agency WASHIINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY 1519 Peck Street ,AW -9. - M rl, S DWHITE BAKERY wafer WvwLeg0n egmionaf fyhofogralo 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 QI" 9 :5 Muskegon Theaters, Inc. M I C H I G A N R E G E N T S T A T E SIT R A N D 1 EW.. Carol Wainwright, Doris Wainwright, and Carol Johnson buy some eats before entering xboz. the theater. CARDS - GIFTS - PICTURE FRAMES PA YA R D I S "The Paint and Paper People" 3rd ct Houston Compliments of 0 I efmfady .9 HEADQUARTERS FOR JUNIOR APPAREL SWIM SUITS - SPORTSWEAR - COTTON FROCKS MILLS MANUFACTURING CO. 1060 E. Keating Ave. Phone 2-7783 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN PRDDUCTIDN MACHINE WURK PDLISHING AND BUFFING ALUMINUM AND BRASS CASTINGS WEATHER VANE5 POST LAMPS ESTATE SIGNS I97 Lakeside Electric Ee. TV sets at . . . GRADUATION . . . Graduation is only the beginning. Novi you start with your ABCs in learning hovs to save. We will pay you for doing so Always have a bank account. The Muskegon Bank "You Phone -- We'Il IVire" GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES and TELEVISION THE AMBITION OF EVERY GRADUATE Marilyn Fiel enjoys ci '56 Cadillac Converfible MATSON OLDSMOBILE CO. Corner Third and Monroe CADILLAC and OLDSMOBILE SALES and SERVICE v THE EARLE PRESS, INC. LE'r'rEnPnEss - oPFsET PRINTING 915 Pine Street, Cor. Walton - Phone 2-3044 - Muskegon, Michigan The nicest food for the nicest people at Muskegon's nicest Drive-In Meri-Lan Ice Cream Co. MUSKEGON 1218 GETTY ST. FRANCIS JIROCH COMPANY WHOLESALE CANDY, CIGARS, ETC. 248 Market Street it e Francis Weick, Shop Superintendent, and Clyde Dephouse, Production Control Manager - two Muskegon High alumni who find the "Crane Works" a good place to work, Muskegon a good place to live. MANNING, MAXWELL 81 MOORE, INC. si-:Aw-sox CRANE s. Hoist Division Muskegon, Mich. LOUDEN MACHINERY YALE ISI 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. HOME SERVICE Home 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. Carol Wainwright experiments with o gas range. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY SERVING 780,000 CUSTOMERS IN MICHIGAN GRADUATES OF 1956 habits make us." FOUNDRY COMPANY J CONGRATULATIONS TO THE "We first make our habits, and then our Dryden CAMPBEU., WYANT and CANNON I 'T Sondra Johnson and Pot Sharpe look at watches. W W '62 1 Q2 borothy Lewis looks over the supplies ot . . . llffice Su lies YOUR CREDIT IEWELERS PP 885-887 Terrace Street O In Muskegon O In the Heights 214 W. Western 2758 Peck Street MUSKEGON' MICHIGAN . 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Clock Funeral Home ..,... Cloetingh Insurance ...... Coca-Cola Company ....... Cole's Bakeries ..........,. Columbia Studios ....... Commercial Press ....... Consolidated Gas ..... Consumer's Power ..,..... Continental Motors ...... Custer's Dairy Bar ..... Damm Hardware ..,.... Dana Printing Co. .... . Daniel s ......,..,.......,.,,... Dobben Motor Sales ...,..s Earle Press .....,.,..,s..... Enterprise Brass .,,... Factory Supply .....,........... Federal Savings 8- Loan .... Fitziohn Coach Co. ..... . Garnaat ,,...........,..,.A........ Geerpres Wringer, Inc. ........... . Hackley Union National Bank Hansen Town House ............,... Harding, Lee ....,,.,....,... Harwood-Nelson ...,...... Hathaway Motor Sales ..... Hosler s ......,,..............,. Hunter, Alfred J. Jlroch, Francis Co. .............,..... . Johnson, Cal - Photo Shop Jones Electric ..........................,. Krautheim's ...... f Advertisefs lndex .,.....183 .......177 ,......l76 179 ..,.,..175 .,.,...194 .,..,..174 79 ...,,..204 80 .....,.174 ...,...201 ...,,.,176 81 80 82 ....,..202 .......177 .,.....202 .......203 ......,182 1 82 1 76 1 81 .......2O0 ..A.,..173 84 1 87 .....,.184 ,..,.,.186 ,..,...188 .,,t.,.173 ..,w,,.199 ,....,.188 .......203 .,.s.,,188 .....,.188 ..,....191 ....,,.l91 .....s.181 ..,,...182 .......191 ,..w,..187 ...,,,.186 .,.....191 ..,,V,,178 ....,,.199 ,..,s.,191 .s.t,,,193 .......183 lakeside Electric ..... La key Foundry ...,.. Lakos Cafe ..........,........ Manning, Maxwell 8. Moore ..... ...... Matson Oldsmobile ................ ...... Meri-lan Dairy ............ Milady's .....,..........,...... Mill's lce Cream .............. MiIl's Manufacturing Co. .... . Motor Service 8. Supply ,..,... Movey Steel 8. Welding ........ ...... Muskegon Bank ,.,...................... ...... Muskegon School of Business Muskegon Theaters, Inc. .......... . National Lumberman's Bank ..... ...... Office Supplies .... Panyard's .................. Parmelee's Jewelers ..... Pearson's Shoe Store .... ,...... Perry Music Co. ......,.............. . Photographer's Association ....... ..,.., Pletcher's Furniture ............. Pringle, Merrill A. ..... . Quality Cleaners ..... Radium ..,,.,....... Sanitary Dairy .,.... Sealed Power Shaw-Walker ..... Shurfine Foods ...... Smalligan's ......, Smith, Georg ........ Snowhite Bakery ................. Square .......,,.....,...,,.........,.,.,..... ,,,,,, Steel Fabricating Company ..,.,,. Systema Funeral Home ........,, ,,,,., Ted's Pant Shop ..... Tourcotte .............. Tuxbury Agency ..,.... Vandervelde's .,.,.. Vets Men's Wear ,,A,. Victory Pattern ,........ Walters' Pharmacy ,..........,. Wasserman's Flower Shop ..,.., .,,.,, Week's Drug Store .........,... West Michigan Sound ...... Windatt-Pontiac ............, Young Funeral Home ..... 198 204 192 199 198 199 197 193 197 192 200 198 180 197 193 201 197 201 203 203 196 177 195 177 192 178 190 187 179 184 203 195 174 194 178 192 192 178 189 183 185 187 184 203 192 194 187 205 Mrs. Andrews ..,.... Mr. Appel ............,, Mr. Arnson .......,.. Mr. Barrett ......., Mr. Bauer ...,,.... Miss Bedker ........ Mr. Bolt .......,.,,. Mr. Brail .,.....,....,.... Mrs. J. Carlson .....,.,... Mr. R. Carlson ...... Mrs. Collier .,.........., Mrs. Cowan .....,...,... Mrs. Coutchie ..,........ Mr. Curnalia ............ Mr. DeHorn ............ Mr. Denton ........ Mr. Diebel .....,...,,.. Mrs. Dunsmore .......,. Mr. Dunworth ..........,,. Mrs. Elliott ..,....... Miss Eskilson ........ Miss Faber .,.,........ Mr. Gilsdorf .......... Mr. Harrison ....,...... Miss Helvie ............,.... Miss Herkimer ....,........ Miss Hitchcock ...,...... Miss johnson . ..,... .. Miss Kehias .,.n... Anderson, Richard Arneberg, Jan ..,.............. Barnes, Charlene ............ Becker, Marjorie .,....,,,, Berson, Carol ..,....,.,,,,,. Bleich, Edward ......... Bourdo, Donna .,,... Bristow, Pete .....,.... Brufladt, Einar ......,,,... Carlson, Charles .......,,,, Cooper, Lewis ..,........... Cousineau, Vivian DeYoung, Karen ,.......... Domont, Arlene ........ Domont, Norene ...... ,,,. Duncan, James ....,......, Edlund, John .........., 1-64 29 1 5-1 12 ..,,..........23-66-67 14-1 17 1 1 5 .,,..,....,20-96 108 16- 106- 107 16- 105- 107 14- 104-1 11 ...,....,.........17-113 108 19-72 .,.........146 ....,,,,...146 ........,.100-146 ...........146 ...........146 146 100-146 ..........108-146 108- 146 12- ...72-9 1-96- 100- 146 Egner, janet .................. ,..........,,.......,....,,...,.,......... 1 08 Engstrom, Sharon ....,,... .......,.. 1 46 Farquhar, Norma Filius, Roger ,....,....,. Flannery, Harriett Flickema, Tom .,,.... ..., 206 .............96-107-127 .......,,....70-109-146 Faculty Index Mr. Kelly .......,.. Miss Klontz ........ Miss Knoll ............ Mr. Kolberg ......,.. Mr. Krueger ......... Mr. Ladd ............. Mr. Leitch ............ Miss Lentz ........... Mr. Lowry ........,........ Mrs. Lundell .,........... Mrs. Mayrose .......... Miss Mclntyre .,.,........ ...........24-91 ............20-101 ,............14-116 ................25-95 Mr. McShannock ............ ......,... 1 9-60-62-70 Miss Merritt .........,.,. .............,,.. 1 7-112 Mr. Mooney ......,.... ....................... 2 6 Miss Molzen ........... .......,..... 2 6 Mr. Nielsen ........, Mrs. O'Connor .......,.. Miss Pack ..............,..... Mr. Parr .......,......,.,........... Mr. Partington ......,... Mr. Paulson .,,....,...... Miss Pihlstrom ......,,.,.. Mr. Plummer .,......... Mr. Poling .............. Mr. Potter .,....... Mrs. Quail ..,......... Miss Raue .......,....,....... Mrs. Redmond ..,..... Mr. Reed ............... Miss Reid ......... ........,....23-110 16-107 .,.,......19-60-62-68 12-108 February Graduates Fox, Bill ..........,.,..... Furbush, Dan .,......... George, Patricia .....,... Greer, Pat .....,......... .... 147 90-102-1 16- 145 Hamel, Shirley ..................... ....,.....,,.. 1 02-116- Hardin, Melba ............,,............., .......................,....... Hathaway, Robert K.. ,...... . Herman, Dorris ..............,,,,. Hicks, Charles .................. Hommes, Carol ......... johnson, David C. Kendall, David , ....... . Kendall, Gloria ....,..... Keur, Ronn ,,,,,. ..... ...,.. Knoll, Arlene ................ Kochin, Nancy ............ Kroeze, Cheryl .........,... Kuhn, Janet ......,.., Lackey, june ........,,..,... LaRue Mary Lou Lindstiom, Russellm-lv. Lowlng, jim ....,................... 147 147 .......,,..,.....,69-147 147 147 ......liiil.-.ZBEZI47 109- 147 .....,59-60-83-147 147 ...,.......72-102- 107-147 fiffias .fffilii Mr. Ritcheske ........,,. Mr. Rodewald ......,. Mr. K. Rolfe ....,,..,. Mr. S. Rolfe .....,... Mr. Roys ..,..............,.... Mr. Russcher .......,,. Mr. Rosengren ....,.... Mrs. Seastrom ,........ Mr. Sheathelm ,........ Miss Sheridan .......,.... Mr. Stevens ......... Mr. Stewart .,......,, Mr. Storms ............. Mr. Taylor ...,........,,,... Miss Thompson .....,.,.. Mrs. Tool .......,,.......... Mr. Tool ..,,,.....,.......,.. Mr. Trautman ,...... Mr. Walvoord ,.....,., Mrs. Wingler ....,..,..., Mrs. M. Young ........... Mr. W. Young ........... ..........18-90 ..20-99 ............22-103 .........,.,..20-99-101 ...............29-93 ............17-114 .......,....29-109 ADMINISTRATORS Mr. Burdick .......... Mr. Ihrman ............. Mrs. Kyes ........... Mr. Huttenga .,.......... Martin, Carol , ...,,... Mertz, William ........,,, Metheny, james ......,.... Monroe, Charles ,..... .. Morse, Joan ............... Mundt, Karen .,......,., Nelson, Lynalice ..,... Nelson, Ramona .,......... Olson, Ronald ...... 9 1-1 ..,,..........vs-96148 .,...fffffffffQQQQ1QfffffiXs 10 1-108-112-148 ....,.......96-148 0 1- 105- 106- 107- 127- 145 Ott, Richard ...........,,,,.................,..,..............,........................ 148 Ouwerkerk, Shirley Patrick, Vic .,....... Peters, Gail ,... ...... . Plekes, Paul .....,........ Poland, Sydney .,...... .......,.,...................,81-90-96- 105- Postema, Joanne ..,.... Potts, Carolyn .....,.. Potts, Tom ...,,...... Ramirez, Margaret Reed, Darlene C. ........ , Reed, Milton ................ 106- 107-1 17-135- 148 ...,.,....148 .............,.72-96-145 ........,...70-148 ,,...,..,,..72-108-148 ..........,..,60-91-125- 148 Saxton, Harriet ....... Saylor, Jim , ........., .. Scott, Ron .................,.....,.. Sheaffer, Charles ......... Sheffer, Robert .........,.. Skoglund, Richard ........,., Smith, Kenneth ............ Smith, Marilyn ...,...... Stebelton, Shirley ,... .... Sterenberg, Ed .......... Stewart, Mike ......,. Storm, Marilyn ,... ..... Achenbach, Joan ....,......... .,.....,,,.58-60-70-148 149 ,..,.,...,149 16 .,,...,,....91-149 ............91-149 .93-99-108-110-111-152 Anderson, Beth ...,.......,..........,..............,, 92-97-117-152 Anderson, Carolyn ,...,.....,....,..,,,...............,.................... 152 Anderson, Gerald ....,..... ...................,................... Anderson, Irving ,......., ....,................... Anderson, Janet .,.,...........................,......................... 91-152 Anderson, Marlene ...,...,,,......,,.......,.........................,,..,. 152 Anderson, Sue .,....,,.... 74-91-102-1 16-122-126-152 Andrews, Susan ...... 72-73-102-110-116-126-152 Appel, Dave ......,,............,.. ., ......,...........,......,......... 152 Arsnoe, Glenn ...,.......,.....,.,.,..,,.......,,......,.,......,... 70-86-152 Ashley, Sandy .,.......... Baker, Barbara ....... Baker, Fred .,............... Baldwin, Sandie .,....... Barnes, Milton ......,...,.. Barringer, Alex ........... Bassett, Robert .......... Beck, Henry ........... Becker, Paul .............. Beegle, Barbara ............ Beesing, Jon ......,...,...,. Bell, Barbara ,... ....,.,.. Bench, John ............,........ Berdinski, Barbara ...,... Bergbower, Robert ....,... Bergman, Bonnie ..,..... Berryhill, Richard ........... Blakely, Charles ,,.. ..,,,.....,.......... Bloodgood, Mary Ellen ......, Bollenbacher, Gloria ..... Bolthouse, Jim .................... Bonjernoor, Marilyn ..,,,.. Bont, Sally ,........,..,....,.,,.,., Bowman, Ted ...,,......,.,,. Boyd, Richard ......,... Bradfield, Garry ..,.,.... Bradfield Larr ,... ..... 9 Y Brammer, James , ......,. ,....... . . Braverman, Terry ......,..... Broge, Jerry ...........,......... Brouwers, Mary ....,..... Burgess, Jack ..,,,........ Burgess, Rodger ......... Burr, Carol .....,,,.,,,...,... Byrnes, Sandy ............. Calkins, Lenora ....,,....., Carlson, Carl ,,... ........ .............. Carlson, Janet ....,,...,. ...,,,,....,,, Carlson, Susan ,,...,... .... .... Caroll, Robert ......,., Carty, Sue ...,............. Carvey, Ken ......,,,.. Cattley, Joyce ,........,.. ..,.,,.., Cheones, Connie .............. Chidester, Beverly ........... Christensen, Amelia ...,,..,.. Christiansen, Jack .... ...... .,...,.......72-74- 100-152 100-152 ...133-152 ............70-152 ,.,......,152 103-152 . ,,........ 152 ....,.....153 ,.....,.,.153 ,155 . ,......,...,,............,,, 153 ..,.......72-73-74-93-99- 102- 109-153 ..,..,........,,,66-153 ,......,....94-153 102- 1 16-153 .,,,,.,,,,.96-102-116-153 ..,,,,.,,.....,.,.......133-153 ................,...,69-100- 69-107-127-133- 153 155 ...........69-103-154 '""fffffffQfffffQff'1's2i . .....,.. 154 99-100-110-130-154 154 ..,..............72-73-97- ...,........,.....82-99-130-154 1.93-99-108-138-154 ......,....95-11 1-154 105-154 - ,.,,,.,:,, Sweeter, Judith ....,..... Thompson, Bruce ,.....,. Tousey, Ronald ....,,... Twiest Gilbert Twinaig, Clark Urcavich, Gerald .......,., Veitenheimer, Sally ........ Versalle, Pat .....,,..........,... Vledder, Joann ......,,,. .....,....96- 149 149 149 149 ..........97-149 149 16-145 June Graduates Clarke, Richard .,,..... Cline, Phyllis ,......,. Coates, Judy ....,,..,....... .,........... 1 08- Coleman, Forrest ......,,., ..................,...........,..,,........ Coleman, JoAnn .......... ,....,,,.............,......,...,............... Collinge, Judy ,.....,,,., ......,......... 9 6-109-112-116 Colvard, Ruth Ann .,....,,......................,.........,.....,.......... Colvin, Sandra ......,.............. ,...,...,..........,.,,.,......,........,.. Compton, Gwenlyn ..,...... Coon, Wayne ............,...... Cooper, Darlene ......,.. Corliss, Donald ......... Cota, Phil .....,.,.,... Cox, Dixie ........... Cox, Sandra ,,..... Crosby, Pat , .,,. Cwynar, Bob ......... Dahlquist, Carol .......... D'alcorn, Dave ........ Darwin, Jan1ce ......,... Davis, Berthetta .......... Davis, Carole .............. Davis, Douglas ...........,... Demann, Sharon ............,.. Dennison, Laverna Dephouse, Don ....... DeVries, Lois ...,.......... DeYoung, Tom .,...... Dill, Almarie ............. Doctor, Janice .......... Doom, Sylvia ....,.... Doubles, Allen ......... Dryer, Rosalie ........... Duram, Janice .....,.,., Edler, Gloria .,...,..,,,... Engquist, Evelyn .... ,,... Erickson, Jackelynn Escareno, Joe ..........,,..,,... Estepp, Marlene ........ Fairbairn, Joyce .......,... Fairfield, Cora ......,,... Fairfield, Gerald ..,.,,.... 154 154 155 155 155 155 155 ..155 ............92-99- 100-15 5 ...,....,......91-103 -155 -155 102-109-110-117 -151 .,....,,..99-100-155 ..155 '1'i".f1Q1QQ'.QQ56 -155 ,155 ..155 .....,....1QQ1QQQQ'i63 .,....,...93-113 1-1 15 -155 -155 -156 ..156 -156 156 ,156 ,............58-60-156 " "",' ffifsb 1135 102 -156 -156 ...,......,72-74-97 Fairfield, Jack ....,...... .........,,..................,,....,...... Farr, Lois ..,.,.......,..,.. ......,.,.... ......., .,....,.,,..... 1 5 6 Feasel, Bob .,,..........., ..............,.........,,.,..................,..... Feil, Marilyn .....,...,,,. ,,............ 9 6-102-103-156 Ferrell, Patricia ....,...... .....,....,, 8 1-102-106-107- 1 14-115-156 Field, Carol ,..,,,, ........ ......,....,...............,... .,.........,.,. Filius, Ronald .....,.. ........, Finkhouse, Monte ..,.... Flannery, James ...,,,.. Flickema, Mary ..,.,.... French, James .........,. Fuhrman, Carol ...,.... Fultz, John ......., ,..... Gangwer, Carol .,...... , ........... 70-96-109- 156 156 .........,99-100-157 ,.....,157 Voss, Paul ......,............... ............,...,.....,.. Vredeveld, Joyce .,......... ........,,. 1 08-149 Wagner, Russell .....,,..... ........................,...,,................ 1 49 Wainwright, Nancy ............... 90-102-110-116-145 Walters, Joan .............,,...,. .......,.............................. 9 1-145 Warren, Dave ....,,.....,. ,..,. ,....,.......... 1 4 9 Weaver, Daniel .......... Westfield, Arloa ......... Westgate, Charles ...... Wierengo, Dick ..,...... Williams, Dick .,,..,..., Gardenour, Doris ...,..... Gereau, Gail .,..,............. Goodling, Judy ...,..,... Grant, William .,.,...,.....,. Grim, Kay .....,....,.,,...........,.,.... 149 149 . ........... 70-150 ,,.....................,85-157 109-1 15- 1 57 ....,......90-91-157 108-l 1 l-157 Groeneveld, William ....,...... ...,...,.,,..... 1 11-157 Gustafson, Janice .,... Gustafson, Paul ..,....,.., Gustafson, Phillip ..... Haan, Alice .......,.,...,.. Haley, Nancy ...,.. ,,... Hamel, Thomas ....,..... Hamm, Pat ...,........,... Handy, Larry ........... Hansen, Daniel .....,...... Hanson, Grace ..,...,... Hart, Carol ,....,.....,., Hartwell, Nancy ......, Hasseldahl, Alyce .... Hazard, Michael ....... Hearl, Donna ,.,............. Heeres, Dale ..,........,..,...... Hegbloom, Dean .. ,,..... .. Heisser, Dick . ,,,.,,,..... . Heller, Nina ., ,,.... Herald, Darlene ....,...., Herman, Paul .,......... Herman, Wilma ......, Hill, Judy .. .,,...,....... .. Hill, Laura .....,.......... Hiller, Wendy ........ Hilt, Charles ,......,,,......., Hinkley, Eleanor .,.......,, Hodge, Janet ......,........,, Hodges, Thomas ..,..... Holcomb, Joyce ..........,.......,,, Holman, Janet .,...... Holstine, Carol .......,.. Homfeld, Bob ....,,.....,, Hoover, Richard ..... ,. Hovey, Leon ..,,,.....,,....... Howard, Carolyn ......... Howard, Robert ......., Huggard, Karlene ..., Hughes, Mardell ........ Israel, Earl ,............,,,1 Israel, Dick ........, Iversen, Janet .......... . 157 ,,...157 ....... .157 91 157 ........,102-117-158-157 .............,,,...96-157 ......,....72-95-158 ...........72-73-158 . ......... 109-158 ...,........,99-100-158 ...........103-158 158 . .,,...,.,.,.,,...., 158 ...........,......96-108-158 .,....117-158 ., .. ,, 1 17-158 ..,......90-9 1-96- 105- 107- 116-127-151 14- 1 58 ...,...,.,,,..,...95-96-99-158 ..,,,,...90-91-l05-106- 107-117-158 .. ....,.,,, 81-90-106-107-158 75-93-96-102-117-159 .. 159 .159 .. .,..159 .,..,,. 159 ...,.......,58-60 ...,,. 102-159 ., 159 159 . 159 ......,,...107-159 Jackson, William ..,. ,.,.. ,,...,.....,... ..........,,,... . . ,..,.... 1 5 9 Jensen, Arlene ..,.,......... Johnson, Carol ...... ..... Johnson, David ,,.......,,... Johnson, Leonard ....... Johnson, Naomi ......... Johnson, Roeer ...,........ Johnson, Sandra .,,.,.... .,......,...,,93-96-105-l11-159 . .102-159 159 .,..........,66-67-82- 100-159 ...................96-159 ......96-159 ,,,,.......108-160 207 Richmann, Harold Josephson, Luann ........., . Juergens, Maryann Justice, Ann ..,....,,..,...,..,.. Kalk, Karen .l ...,.......,.,, Kaminski, Ph1l ....... ,,,.,... Keefer, Richard ...,........ Kem ker Harold .... P , ---- Kennedy, David .....,.. Kiester, Gloria .,........., King, Gordon ...,....,,,.,,......,..,, Kirkpatrick, Robert Kinsley, Frank .,- ..........,.,... . Koehl, Penni ...,.............,... Kraft, Carol ....,..,.,...... Kronlein, Bill .,......... Kubicek, Carol ..,,,..... 160 160 107 160 .,,.........., 71-133-160 160 160 171 160 160 160 """""5'6i'i6iiI 160 160 160 160 160 160 Kuhn, Patricia ., ....,........ ............... 7 2-73-99-l33- Kurtz, Drummond ..........4,......... 69-97-105-127- Kushner, Irene ..........,,,.. .,............................,...... ....,.. Lackey, Shirley .,..,,,.,, ........... . Lahnala, Tom ......,. ..,,,.................,.,... Land, Phil .....,.......,....... Langler, Norma ,........... Lanz, Barbara ,,,,,..,, Larson, Charles .,.....,.... Lasswell, Donna ........ Lauback, Shirley ....,,... Lawrence, Carol ,..,..... Leaf, Ruth .,..,. .....,.........,,.. Legault, Joseph ,.....,.,... Letarte, Clyde Lewis, Dorothy ....,,.. Libby, Wayne ,........... Logg, Donna .. ....ffffffffff56Q'1'i9'L'1iE" "'''QQQQQQQQQfffi.'1'1i11 160 160 161 161 161 161 161 161 161 ,...........91-96-114 Long, Lee ............ ,.,...... ...., ......,,, 9 9 - 108 Lowry, Richard ., ....... .. .,,..,.,,.....,.,,....,,,,,............. Ludlow, Patricia .,,.,,...... ,....... , .. ......................,. .108 Lundholm, Linda ....,,......,..,..,.. 99-101-108-112 Luther, Rosemary .... Mahn, Betty Lou .....,... Maring, Joan ......,..,.. Matthews, Clark ..,....... Matthews, Nancy ..., Mattison, Thomas ,.,,....,. Mazade, Eyvonne ........... McCallum, Mary ,......,. McCann, Karen ...,,....... ......,......,..,...72-73-101-117 161 161 161 161 161 161 161 161 151 161 ...,...,..,....,96-161 .......96-99-161 162 ....,.......10l-162 McClain, LeRoy ............ .................. 1 62 McClure, Jerry .......,, .......... 8 0-162 McCrea, Eilean .,,,,,...... ,..,...............,..,..,....,. McDonald, Shirley ,....,....... . ..,.,,,.,........,. ...... . McGrain, Patricia .. ...,..... ............... 9 7-105-162 McPherson, Elsie .,,.,...., .,...... ....,...,.. ....,... 1 6 2 McSorley, Sandra ...... ............... 9 6-114-162 Mell, Richard ...................................,.........,,.........,......... ..... 1 62 Miller, Jacqueline .. Miller, Nancy . .... . ........ 72-73-74-90-105-116 162 .72-77-91- -162 Miller, Ronald .,,....... .................,.,......,.,,,,.........r.. 9 1-162 Miller, William ......... ,. ,,.....,..................... .......,,, 1 39-162 Mitchell, Albert ........,..,....,.. ,..,, ....,........ ,... ..... 1 3 9 Moore, Jon Michael ......... A ..,....... 69-112-162 Morrall, Rosalie .,.,,..... ................,,,,.............. 9 9-108-162 Morrison, Beverly ...,..........................,........... 96-108 Murphy, Mary ,..... 72-102-110-116-126-139 Neibarger, Harold Nicolai, Bernadette Nicolai, Yvonne ......... Nipges, Barbara ., Olson, Lois ,,,.. ..,,., Olson, Richard ....,.. Oosting, Betty ..,,,.... Oosting, Tom ,..........,. Orwick, Barbara ....,.,.. 208 162 -163 ..70 .....,....92- 102 ...,...,.,,....99-101 ..,...,....72-73-74- 163 -163 -163 163 163 163 163 Orzechowski, John Osborn, Mary Jane ....,.... Oslund, Judy .................,.. Paxson, Jackie .......,,.. Peacock, Betty ,....,..... Peel, Carol ....,.... ,.,,.....,... Pengilly, Fordyce ....... Perry, Roy ,,.. ...... 1 ......,. Picard, Pauline ...,..,. Plescher, Joan .,....,,.,.. Pletcher, Lynda ........ Plotner, Connie ,....... ...,, Polak, Theresa ......... ..... Potter, Lois ...,,....... Poulos, Peter ........, Prell, Stanley ,, .... .. Preston, Robert ...,.... Rademaker, Eileen Rademaker, Sharon ...,...., Ragehn, Judy ...,,..,,.....,,,.,,.. Ramirez, John ..,.,...... Randall, Keith .,,,....... Randall, Dick ......., Rathbun, Phil .......,. Ream, Gwen ........, Reck, Rex ,..........,..,,....... Reece, Ron ...................,.... Reed, Katherine . .,.,.........,. . Richmond, Fred ..,....,,.... Ridderman, Ralph .........,.. ......,.......74-80-96-114- 1 13- ,,.........,..72-74-99- 101 109- 1 15 fQf16E11'ii6I1'i'6l'1iE 108 .,.,...,,..102-115 163 163 165 102 163 163 163 163 163 163 163 164 164 164 163 164 1164 164 164 164 -164 164 ,164 163 164 164 164 164 164 16s 165 165 165 165 170 Rieben, Judith ,,...,......,....11....,...... 93-102-116-138- Riley, Mary ............,........ .,.,..........., 1 02-109-114- Robertson, Jean ......1..... .............,..... 7 2-102-114- Rodes, Nancy ....,......... . .,....................................,..,......... . Rodewald, Mary .............,....,., 101-112-116-130- Rogalla, Margaret ........,....,.......,........,,,,.,......,................. Rogers, James ......,.....,... ................................,,.. ....... Root, Barbara ........... .............. 9 6-101- Rose, Jack .,,,,,, ,. ...... ...,,..,.... 6 0-70-130- Ross, John .............,,,,.., ........... 1 03-108- Rowe, Ronald .,.. ,,.....,.... ....,,,.,,.........,,.....,........,,. Russcher, Donna ..,...... Russell, Lucille ....... Ryan, Tom ...,.......... Samuels, Norman ....,.... Samuels, Roger ........ Sandberg, Gary ....,,.. Sargent, Sally ..........,.. Saunders, Jack ......,... ........,..,93-96-102 .....,,....,..72-74-99 165 165 165 .............,.66-67-70-165 165 1-99- 101 Schaefer, Ione .........,, ............,,. . ......,..... , Schmidt, Betty ..............,. ...,.................. ,,.... , ...... . Scholten, Marilyn ......................... . ..,....................,, ,...... Schott, Adde L66 ,,,...,.......,,.. 102-112-115 139 Schumacker, John ....................................,....... ....... ,.... Scott, Martha .. ...,.....,..... ..... ,.,,.,,...... ,,.,,,,. . . ,99 Seelman, Rochelle ........... ..., . H102-109 115 Sells, Ruth M. ......,,......,. ...,..,..... ......,,........ . Shaffer, Gaylord ....,..... .......... . 99 108 Shaw, Maralee ....,.....,..... ......,...... ,..........,. Shetterly, Jackie ...,....,...... ,.....,......,,,,.,1......., , . Shineldecker, Burton ............,...........,...,...,.,,...,.. ....,. Sikkenga, Judith 1 ....,,...... , ....,,,.....,, 95-105 138- Simonson, June .....,.,,,. ,,,........ .,......, . . 114 Simpkins, Ray ,...,. ...... .......,..,,..,....... ........,.,... 1 1 1 8 Simpson, Nancy ,.......,......................,,,............ ,,..... 1 17 Skinner, Don .....,....... 90-91-107-127 135 Slattery, Allen . ,,.. ,.................. 6 8-105 107 Sloan, James B. ....,.. ..... ,..........,.........,.,......, ....... . Smack, Joseph . ...... ., Smalligan, Dirk ,... ....,...,., Smith, Roberta ..,,,.,,.. ..,....,.... ,................,..... ..., Smith, Ronald A. .....,, ............,.,,,...... ,...........,,,...,,. . Snook, Nancy .....,.....,,.........,....... 95-102-109 115 Somerville, Gayle ...,....,......,....,.........,.....,,......,..,...... 77 Stein, Marilyn Jean ......,., ..... .............,,,......... ........ Stein, Nancy ,..., ......,....... ,,............. 7 2 102 165 165 165 165 165 165 165 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 167 167 167 167 Stirling, Paul ...,......... Stone, Barbara ........... Stong, Ronald ..,...,.,.. Stoops, Joan ...,,,.,....,.... Strickler, Evelyn ........ Strong, Leigh ,.........,,,,,. Sturgeon, Darlene .... Sugarbaker, Duane .. Sutcliffe, James A. ., Swanson, Peggy Lee Swett, Louella ............... TerBeek, Gretchen Tergil, Ann ........,..,.......... Thompson, Diane .,... Thornton, Larry ........ Tietsort, Gene .,..,...... Tiapkes, Ellen ......,.... Toppen, Janice ,.......... Toxopeus, Fred ,..... Ulmer, Marlene ,....... VanderBoegh, Alan , X, X 1 .............90-102-116-167 167 "1"ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffl167 167 167 ..........71- 101-167 , .... QfffffffQQQfIQf1'1'i 5-102-167 .....,..,..,.,..,.,.,...72-102167 ,, ........ 114-117-125-167 1-93-96- 108-1 13- 167 ........,...168 VanderKoo1, Lyle .......,...,. .....................,............,......, 1 68 VanderLeest, James VanderLeest, Valerie .......,,... 96- 102- 109- 1 14-168 VanderVeen, Carol VanDyke, Tom .........,, Visscher, Joan ...,....... Voss, JoAnn .......,.,, Waalkes, Martin .......... Wall, Frances ................ Wanger, Francis .,........ Warner, Gordon .......... . Watson, Sharon ...,.... Weaver, Don .....,................... Webber, Ernest C. Webster, Nancy A. Weck, Nancy ..................,. Weisner, Wayne .........., Wentzlof, Don ....,.,.. White, Madelyn .,,,,.,.. White, Neil ,...........,..... Whitney, Dave ........ Wickland, Warren .... Wickland, Wendel .. Wierda, Jim ..............,., Wilkerson, Dan Williams, Sharon ,....... Wilson, Carol .,.......,. Wilson, Shirley ....,...,,. Wiltenburg, Arlene 1 Wiseman, Barbara ..., Witham, Dick .,.,.,..,..,1 Wittkopp, Connell .. Wolford, Roberta .. Wolverton, ltea ..,..,.... Woodring, Ken ...,,...... Workman, Harvey Worthing, Bill ...,.... ..,.. Wright, Alan .,........... Yates, Jeffery, .....,... . Young, Emily ......,.. Young, Norma ..,, ...... Zeedyk, Pat .........,,...... Zielinski, Jack ,,,.,......... Zimmerman, Carol Zissler, Dick .,..........,, ...........l02-168 ..............66-68-96- 168 .. .............,...........,...... 108-168 ............70- 105- 107- 168 ...........96-99- 101- 168 - 1 12-1 15- 168 ' 1 10- 168 .,..........169 ............169 1 14- 169 .. ...,,........,............ 108- 139-169 ..,.,..,...,.....66-67-70-90-91-99- 101-108-132-151 ,. .,,.... 66-70-90-99-108- 109-132-135-151 169 ............169 .,..,.,.....169 ...,.......,169 . ,........,. 95-169 1.1169- . ...,....,......,.............,....,............. 169 10- 169 58-60-63-70- 138-151 ....,.......,,...,........70-81-169 90-151 fffffffffff'i'56 .1....,,.fffQffffffQffQQffffffffff'196 .. ..,....... 72-73-96-102- l 14-1 17- 170 Sophomores and Juniors Aardema, Robert -- 10A ............,.,................., 32-132 Aardema, Roberta - 10A ...................., 32-90-132 Abbey, Louis - 11A ..,........... ,,... .,,,,................ 1 0 0 Abbott, Anita - 10A .......,.,. ..........,............, 3 2 Abbott, Jack - 11A .....,.........,... ............,................ 4 5 Ackerman, Allen -- 12B ........... ........,.. 5 4-90-109 Adams, Freda - 10A ........... ......,..............,.. 3 2 Adams, Joe - 10A ....,.,..,.. .................,. 3 2 Addicott, Jack - 11B .,,...,.... ...... ...........,.. 4 5 Adkins, Jesse - 10A ..,,,...... ...,.,........,,............,,..... 3 2 Akerley, Larry - 12B ,.,...............,...,.......,........,,,.......,. 54 Albers, Shirley - 11A ,,..,,........,..,,..... 45-92-97-112 Albright, Ted - 10A .4......,., ........4,,r..............,,....... 3 2 Aldred, Jack - 12B .................... ....,...... 5 4-90-111 Aldridge, Arthur - 10A ........ ...........,,.........,, 3 2 Alexander, Bob -- 10A ............................,,............... .32 Alexander, Dennis -- 10A .,.................,.....,.............,... . Aley, Sandra - 11A ......... ......., 4 5-68-93-106-110 Alger, Hugh - 10A ,..,,.......,,..,....................'.....,..... 32-60 Alger, Sue - 10A ............... ........,...,........................,,. 3 2 Alger, David - 11A ......... ......,,,,,.,.....,......,,... 4 5 Allen, John - 11A .,................ ......,,...... 4 5-93-96 Allison, Evelyn - 11A ....,....... ................. 4 5-96 Alms, John - 11B .........,........,.,.,.,,. ..,...,,..........,.,,.. 4 3 Ambrose, Charlotte - 11A Anderson, Annette - 10A ....,,... Anderson, Betty - 10A .,.......... Anderson, Bruce -- 11A .......... Anderson, Dale - 11A ..........,,,,, Anderson George - 10A ......... Andersoni Howard - 10A .......,, Anderson, James -- 10A .......... Anderson, Jerome - 11A .....,..,,.. .....,............45-77-117 ..............32-113 . ............ 45 . ............ 32 ...,,.., .45 Anderson, Jim -- 10A .....,..,....... ,.,............ Andersen, Judy - 11B ..,....,.,.,, .,..,, ....... 4 3 Anderson, LuWana - 11A .... ,.,....... .,,,,.............. 4 5 Anderson, Marilynn - 10A .......... ...,........ 3 2-92 Anderson, Martha - 10A ...... ,..,,,,.. ...,,....... 3 2 -99 Anderson, Maurlene - 11B ,,.....,.,,,........,,.,......,.,... 43 Anderson, Mildred - 11A ...,......,.................,......,... 45 Anderson, Pam - 11A ..,.....,..... ........... 4 5-99-100 Anderson, Robert - 10A ...... Anderson, Thos. - 10A ,,... .. Andrews, Robert - 11A ...............,.,.......,.......... 45-96 Anguiano, Omega - 11B ..,...............................,,,.......,.., Appelt, Larry - 10A ..,..,.,,,..,.....,.....,.,....,........ .... 3 2-99 Appleton, Jane - 10A .. .... . ....... 32-100-105-112 Archambault, Tom - 11A .............,............ ,.......... 4 5 Archer, Marilyn - 11B .........,...........,............,,....., .43 Archer, Marvin - 11A ,......... ............ 4 5 Ardis, Tom - 11A ..,.. ,.,........ . .. ....,,.,,... 45-70 Arnold, Bill -- 11B ...,,.......,... ........,,.,. . H43-99 Ashcraft, Sheila - 11A ............. ..............., 4 6-93-114 Ashley, Georgiana - 11A .......,. Atkinson, Mamie - 11A .....,,,. ......46-75 Atwater, Lucille - 11B ........,,..... .........,, 3 2 Baesch, Pat - 11A ......,..,,,.,,,..,..... 46-90-92-96-114 Baird, Musetta - 11B .................,......,..,,,......,,. 43-108 Baker, Myrna - 11B ..,,..,.. ....,.. ...... ...,. . . . ..., . .43 Baker, Rose - 11A .,,...,.......,.,,....... ....,,,,....,.,,......... 4 6 Bakker, Jim - 10A ,,,... .......,......,........................,.. 3 2-104 Balaban, Mary Lou - 11A ,........... ..... ,,....,.... ...... Balcom, Ann - 12B ...............,........ ..., ........,....., Balcom, Donald - 11A .....,,,,...... ,,...,... . Baldwin, Marybeth - 10A ...,.,,,, ...... .32 Balzer, Arthur -- 11A ................ ,..... ....46 Balzer, Myron - 10A ......., Barclay, Connon - 12B . ....,,, . Barnes, Delois -- 11A .,... ..... Barnes, Nora - 11A .....,.,.. ,.... Barnett, Charles -- 11B .. .......... .. Bamhard, Raymond - 11A ......... Barrett, Barrett, Barron, Bassett Raymond -- 11A ..... Robert - 11B ........... fffffQQ.Q.lf..2i5 ............-16 Qff.f'..l.l..ZikI625 ...........-15 Edward -- 10A ..... ,.,,, ................... . ..,...,., . 3 2 Jim -11B .,.........., ,.........,.,,,.. Baumgarten, Norman - 11B .,... Baumgarten, Rodger - 10A ,..... .....43-102-114 14 . ..,........... .32 Bayak, Jerry -- 11A ..,....., . Beadle, Julie - 10A ............... Beattie, Ronald - 11A ......... Beckley, Ronald - 1OA . ..,.. . Qfffffffkli Belasco, Clara - 12B ,......,.......... ......,..............,.. Bellah, Christine - 10A ..................,,................ 32-97 Belmonte, Rosemary - 11A ...............,......,,... 46-97 Belton, Nancy - 11A .,......, 46-93 Bench, Linda - 10A ,..........,...... Benham, Bennett, Bennett, Bennett, Judy - 10A ..,..,........ Darlene - 10A Virginia -- 10A .....,.. Wilbert - 10A Benson, Carol - 10A ...,,....,., Benson, Karen - 10A ......... Benson, Wilma - 10A .......... Berg, Bonnie -- 11B ........ - 100- 101-109 ................32-92 .............32-109 ............32-108 ..,.......112 .........43-97-1 17 Berg, James - 10A ........,.... .. ...,,........,,......,...... 32 Berghuis, Paul -- 10A ......... .,.......,.....,......,...... 3 2 Berglund, Tom - 11A .,.........,.,......,.........,,,...... ..,,.... 4 6 Bergman, Nancy - 11B ,.....,.....,.,...... 43-72-90-97 Bergren, Tom - 11B ............,.... ..........,...,............. 4 3 Berman, Marshall - 11A ....... Berndt, Bonnie - 10A ..,....., Berryhill, Penny - 10A ........ Bertoid, Gerald - 10A ......... Betz, Ronald - 10A ,,.,.......... Beyer, Barbara - 11B Bidwell, Doris - 10A ....,..,. Bisard, Pat - 10A ....,,....,, Bishop, Jerry - 10A ...,...... Bisson, Jerry - 11A ....,..... 103 1 39 ff .'.'.l.' 52-55 .....fffff.1..Zi6 Bitson, Kay - 11A .....,...... ...,,.,, . .46-96 Black, Barbara - 11A .... ,.... ...........,, 4 6 Black, Carol - 10A ....................,, ..,...,.,. 3 2-93 Black, James - 10A ..,...,.....,,......,,........,, ..,....,,, 3 2-66 Blanchard, Joan Ann - 10A ..,.....,. ,............ 3 2 Bleich, Richard - 11B .................,,. ......................, 4 3 Blink, Robert - 12B ,,,,........... ,... ......, .................,.... . Block, Sandra - 10A .........,. Bobick, Peg - 11A .............. .....,.,...,.., 4 6-94-115 Bode, Gerhard - 11A ,.... ....,, ,,.,,,,.,,........... 4 6 -96 Boe, Linda A. - 10A ......,..,, .,.............. 3 2-97 Boerema, Sandy - 10A ........, .. ,..,...,...,......,. 114 Boerma, Bob - 10A ..,,....,.,........... ..................... 3 2-99 Boertman, Belle - 11A ........,.., ...,......... 4 6-92-99 Bogema, Judy - 11A .................. .,,..,................. 4 6 Bogert, Linda - 11A ........,...,.......... .....,.,.......... 4 6 Bogue, Darlene - 11A ....,,......,.,,.... .... ........,.,.,,,... 4 6 Bollenbacher, Judith - 11A ,...,., .. ,,....,. 46-72 Bolt, Janet - 10A ....,,..,....,,.....,.,,,. .......,,.... Bomers, Barbara - 11B ........... ....,..,..... 4 3 Bonney, Steve - 10A ..........,.., ......,.,. 3 2-97 Bont, Bernice - 10A ............, .,,,.... . .33-94 Bont, Margaret - 10A ......... ......... . .33 Booker, Sharon - 11A .....,..,,..... ..........,. 4 6 Bordeau, Barbara - 10A ..,...... ,....,,.,.... 3 3 Bordner, Pat - 10A .........,.,... ............. 3 3 Borgman, Jim - 11A ,.,.... Bostrom, Helen - 12B ,......,. .....ffffffE2i Botbyl, Merry - 10A ....................... ...,,,,,,.... 3 3 Bourdo, Sandra Kay 12B ........... ........., .....,.............. . , .. Bouwman, Ruth Mary - 10A ............,,,........,,........ .. Bovenkerk, Jim E. - 10A .......................,,..... 33-97 Bowen, Dave -- 10A ....,........,..,... .......,.,..... 3 3-64-65 Bowman, Beverly - 12B ....,,., ,..,,,....,,........,.. . . ....., 93 Bowman, Beverly Ann - 10A .. ,,.. .,., .......,,. . .33 Bowman, Carol - 10A .. ..,......., . ......,, ,.......... 3 3-97 Bowman, Nancy - 11B .,............,,,............. ,..... . .,... 4 3 Bowman, Wanda - 10A .................. ......,,, . ..,. ..... 3 3 Boyden, Judy - 11A ..... . ..72-90-97-105-117 Boyink, James - 11A ......,....,..,,,,..,. . ........... 46-66-70 Bozeman, Lucy - IIB . ,.........,,. .43-96-105-106 Brace. Jack -- 12B ,,,,..,,,,..,........ ..... Bradfield, John .. .. ...,,,........ ., .... Bradfield. Wendell - 10A ...,... Bradley, Edward - 10A ...... 111-117 f'.f..ffffs5 Brahman. Rodman -W 10A ........., . ....... 33-103 Bramer, Ellen -- 11A ........................ ,.....,. 4 6-97-115 Breeden, Jim - 11A .......,.. ............46-103 Brehm, Donald - 11A ....,..... .........,.,....,,,............., 4 6 Britton, Ernest - 10A ...........,...........,..,,.......... ,,.,...,,, 3 3 Britzmen, Bert - 11A .......,.......,...,.............,,,....,. 46-96 Bronkest, Kay -- 11A .,..,................ 46-97-116-122 Brontman, Ronald - 11A .......... Brouwers, Nancy - 10A ........,,,. Brower, Peggy - 12B ......,..,.,. Brown, Donna - 11B ............, Brown, Donna J. - 10A ............33-90-117 Brown, Gwen - 11A ............. ....,.,......,.... 4 6 Brown, J. W. - 10A .. ....... .......,., 3 3-64 Brown, James - 10A .... ....,....... .....33 Brown, Jerroll - 10A ,,....,,,,,.... ..,,.......,........... 3 3 Brown, Sandra - 11A .,.....,.... ......... ...,. .,,... 4 6 - 115 Browne, William J. - 10A ....,,. .. .... ..., 3 3-103 Browning, Anne - 10A ............ Buckley, Dawn - 10A ,,........ Buckley, Judith - 11A ......... ...46- 106 Buckner, Elroy - 10A ..,............................................. 33 Buikema, Roberta - 12B ............... 72-74-93-114 Buit, Joyce - 12B .......,...,......,........,.,......,.,,..,,.............,., 54 Buitendorp, Gordon M. - 10A ...... 33-97-112 Buitendorp, Lowell - 11B ..... Bumgardner, Shirley - 10A .......,.........,...., ,...... 3 3 Bunten, Jeanne - 10A ,....,......,,........ ............ 3 3-117 Buortmes, Karol - 10A .....,,...,. .......,..... . H33 Burgess, Patricia - 10A ............ .......,................ Burkall, JoAnn - 10A .......... Burke, William - 11B ......... .......43- 103 Bursey, Charles - 10A . ........ ...........,,.... 3 3 Bush, Donetta - 11A ........ ..,. ........ 4 6 Bussing, Dick - 10A .......,..... ..... ..,.... 3 3 Butrick, Judy - 10A ..,...,.. ........ ..,.......... 3 3 Butterfield, Norene - 12B ........ ........,.,.. 5 4 Bytwerk, Ralph - 11B ,.... . .,,...... .....,,,..,., . Cahill, Richard - 10A ...................... .......... 3 3-65 Calkins, Charles - 11B ..........,..... ..,,,... . .. .....,..... Cammon, Rosemarie - 11A ...... .......... . Cannaday, S. Jane - 10A .............. ...... ....... 3 3 Carey, Marlon - 10A .................. ..,....... . 33 Cargill, Robert -- 10A ........., Carlson, David - 10A ...... .. Carlson, Janice -- 11A ...... .. Carlson, Jeanne - 10A ......... Carlson, Judy - 10A ...... ....... Carlson, Renee - 11A .. ..... .. Carter, Floretta - 10A .......... Carvey, Marlene - 10A . ..... .. .. .....,... 33-108 ..........46-97 ..........33-92 .. ..... 33-99 .... ...33 Caswell, Jim - 11A ........,.,..... ............. Cassell, Phyllis -- 10A ............... .. .. ..... 33 Carpenter, Donald - 11A ......... .... ..,............ ...... . 4 6 Caukin,-Marvin - 11A ,......,,.,,..........,................ ,... 4 6 Cederquist, Charles - 11A ....... . ..,..,. 46-97-105 Chamberlain, Donna - 11A ........ ..,......... .....,..... 4 6 Chamberlain, Lorraine - 12B .........,,...... ...... ..54 Chambers, Carole - 11A ..... ..........,.. ........,.. . 4 6 Chambers, Gerald - 10B ......,,...... ....... . .. Chambers, Rodney - 12B ........... ...... .60 Chapel, Joe - 12B ...............................,........... .... 5 4-96 Chapple, Charles - 11A ...,.....................................,... 46 Chevlin, Lynn - 10A ....... ...... ......,.. 3 3 -90-114-117 Chiaparis, Alexandra - 12B .. . ..,...,, ........, .....,... . . . Chonis, Christine - 11A ............ 46-90-100-l05- 106-112-117-127 Christensen, Joyce - 11A ..,.. ...... 4 6-72-114-115 Christensen, Kenneth - 10A ................................. 33 Christenson, Joann - 11A .. .. ......, .46-95-116 Christian, Glenn -- 11A ....,......, Christiansen, Claude - 11A Christiansen, Thomas - 11A .,,. ................... ..... 4 6 Church, Thomas --'11A ,..... 47-99-100-103-112 Cioe, David - 11A ,,.,.. ..... ...... .... .......... ......., . . .... 4 7 Cioe, Richard - 10A Cisler, Jean - 11A ...... Cisler, M. Art - 10A ........ Clapv, Thomas - 10A ......... 47-92 ........ .33 ......33-103 Clark, Darlene - 11A ........... . .... ..... 4 7-97-115 209 Elliott, Harold - IIA . ...... . Clark, Howard - IIA ......,.,.,. Clark, Gerald - IIB .,,...,.,, .....fffLi5 Clark, John - IIA .4....,.,.. .... .........................,. Clark, Ruthann - IOA ............., ....,....,,.,..... 3 3-92 Clawson, Irene - IIB ....................................,........... 43 Cleveringa, Arlyn - IOA ...,,,....,..,., ,,,,.. . .33-92-100 Cleveringa, Robert - IIA .,.......,..........,...,,..,. 47-96 Clifford, Judy -- 10A ,.,,.,.....,........ ,,.,,,,,........,,.,. 3 3 Cline, Ardella - IIA ........,,,.,,. ,.,..,.,..,..,,,,.... 4 7 Clish, Judith - IOA .......,,.,.,..... .......................... 3 3 Clock, Ruth Ann -- IOA ,...,,,.,.........,...,. 33-97-II6 Cochran, Janet - 10A ......,.,,,...........,.,,,.., 33-94-I04 Colburn, Donna -- IOA ................,......,,..........,.....,,., 33 Colby, Janice - IOA ...,........,..,.............,,...,......................... Cole, Lois - IIA ..,,.................,.. 47-90-97-109-II7 Cole, Ted -- IIA ......,......,.,..................................,.......,.......,.. Collinge, Janice - 10A ...... 33-109-116-125-I32 Collins, Barbara ........,,.............,..,,...............,,,.........,..,......, 34 Combs, Wilmer - IOA ..,.........,.....,,....,..,....,,.,..,,.... 34 Comfort, Beverly - 12B ...,.,..,..,..........,,.....,.................. Compton, Louise Ann - IOA ....,,.,,....,....... 34-72 Conant, Gordon - IOA ..........,.,.,.., ..........,.. 3 4-97 Connell, Patricia -- IIB ,..,.,..,...., ................ 4 3 Connelly, Pat - IIA ......,.,.... .,,,,...... 4 7 Conroy, Carl - IOA ...,.,............ ...,..,..... Conroy, Darlene - IIA ..,.,.... ,........... Cook, Lorraine - IIB ...,,....... ...,....... 4 3 Cook, Marshall - I2B ....,...,,,. ,........, . Cook, Michael - IIB ,,,...,,..,..................,..................... 43 Cook, Phillip - IIA ...,.,..........,,....................,....,,,,..., 47 Cooke, David - IIB ........,,....,.,. 43-60-65-90-100 Cooper, Emily - IOA .............,.,,....,,..,......,..... ...34-97 Cooper, Janet - IIB .,..........,.,...,................................ 43 Cooper, Marilyn - IIA .......,. Pattianne - IIA ..... Cooper, Cooper, Richard - 12B ,.......... Cooger, Richard M. - IIA Cor in, Jacquelyn J. -- IIA Corey, Sandra L. -- IOA ........ Cornell, Terry - IOA ....,.......,,, Cotton, Dafroe - IOA .....,...,,, Cousineau, Milan - 10A ...... Cowan, Amber -- IIA ....,,..,,, Craft, Doris - IIA ,............... Cramer, Jean - 10A .....,,.,..,..,., Cramer, Jim - 10A ........,............ Crampton, Yvonne - IOA ,. Cratty, Judith - 10A .. ........ .. Cribley, Gerald - 10A ......,..,.. .,.,.........47-94 99-I00 ,.,,.....,34-104 ,.........47-113 ..,.......,..34-97 .,....,......34-95 Critchett, Donna - IOA ...,....... .. .....,,,..........,,. 34 Critchett, Marlene - IIA Cross, Bill - 12B .....,................ -. Crothers, Bill - I2B .......... Crowley, Paul - 10A .. ....,,... .. Crummel, Roland - IIA .,..... ..,......,54-60-69 . ..................,,,.,. 34 ...........,,..,.47-99-132 Crummel, Ronald - IIA ......,,................ 47-99-132 Cumming, Irving - IOA ............,,........,.....,............ 34 Cunningham, Nadine - IOA ..,..,.,..........,.,.,........., 34 Curow, Janet - IIA ...,,..,,.,,........................ 47-96-109 Curtice, Brenda Rae - IOA . Custer, Loraine -- IIA ........... Custer, Maxine - IOA .......,,,, Cwynar, Elsie -- IOA ,......... Daggett, Dennis - IOA .,,,....... Dahl, April - IIA ...,....... .... Daigle, Jean - IIA ....,...... D'AIcorn, Bob - IOA ..,.,,.... Dalrymple, Ida - IIA .........,., Daniels, Maxene - IIA ..,.,.,., Danigelis, John - IOA ......,..... Darrow, Dolores -- IOA ,........ Darwin, Kenneth - IOA ...... Daugherty, Robert -- IIB Davenport, Merrill - IIB David, Dennis - IIA ..,...,,..,.... David, Mike - IIB ,..,..,,,,.., David, Velma - IOA ..,.,.......... Davis, Anne Lea -- IOA .....,., Davis, Carlton - IIiA ....... ....,...,........34-92-I00 ,.................49-97 ........,.34-100 .............34-64 ......,......47-95- I I 5 34 34 If ,.... KX? . ...,.,,.,.,,, 43 ...............34-I 12 Davis, Janet -- IOA .,,..,..........,, ,.,., ..,,.., 3 4 -97-II6 Davis, Roberta - IOA ..................,,,,. ,..,,,.,.,.,,..,.,...... 3 4 Dawson, Carolyn - IIA .....,....,..........,,. 47-99-100 Deal, Cleo - 10A ,,...,................., ..,..,,...,...,,,,,....... 3 4 Dean, Douglas - I2B ,.....,,,,., 210 Decker, Bruce - IOA ......... Degner, Dick - IIA ...,,,...... .............,........... 4 7-109 Del-Iorn, Paul -- IIA ..................,.. 47-96-105-II2 DeJonge, Jeyne - IIA ......., ,....,,,............................ .... 4 7 Dekker, Mariann - IOA .............,,...............,........... 34 DeLong, Joyce - 10A ,.....,,..............,............. ............ 3 4 Demos, Steven -- IOA .............,................ 34-90-II2 DeMuro, Dianne -- IIA ....,,...... 47-90-I0O-IO5- 117-137 Dennis, Karen - IOA ..,.,...,,................,.,...,... 34-72-97 Dennison, Donna - IOA .......... ......,........ 3 4-II4 Dennison, Ron - IIA ............ .......,.................. Dephouse, Carl - IOA ...,..... ....,,.............. 3 4 Derks, Larry - IIB ,......,,, .......... ..,......,,.. 4 3 -70 Derouin, Jackie - 12B ............ ....,.......... 9 7 Derr, Roger - IOA .......,............. ,.................,, 3 4 DeVette, Charles -- IIA ...,,,.. DeVol, Diane -- IIA ............,,.... DeVries, Carolyn - IIA ........... DeVries, Rita - IIA .,.......,,.,,..,..,. DeWald, Malcolm - 12B .......... Dewey, Carlyle - IIA ............ Dewitt, Melvin - IIB ..,,....... DeYoung, Carol - IOA ......... DeYoung, John - IIB ,,...,... DeYoung, Larry - 12B .....,... DeYoung, Marva - IIB ,... . .,,.. . , .........,.. 47-97 .......,.....47-72 ,.......,......54-109 ,...,.,,.....43-70 47 Dial, Wayne - IIA ......... ,.,..... . .......,...., ................ . Dillard, David -- IOA ,................,,.,.,,.,. 34-100-132 Dillard, William -- IOA .......... ......,...,. 3 4-99-I32 Dionise, Jean - IIA ............ .......,......, 4 7-II7 Dixon, Robert - IOA ............ ...,,.......... 3 4-103 Dobb, Joyce - IOA ...........,.... ....,,.............. 3 4 Dobb, Marilyn - IIB ,...... Doctor, Jerry - IOA ........,, Dodge, Lance -- 10A ........,. Domont, Nancy - IIA ......,,., .........,47-92-97 Durose, James - IOA .,............. .....,,........ ........,.. Doubles, Ruth - IIB ..................,, ........,,,.,....... 4 3 Doughten, Norma - IIB .. ....... ..,,,........ 4 4-97 Douglas, Jane - IIA ........,..,... ......,,....... 4 7 Dowel, Percy - IIA ..,....,..,.. .......... 4 7 Draper, Louise - IOA ......, ..,....... 3 4 Drent, Darleen -- IOA ....,.,..... ........,.. Drent, Edward - IOA ..,.,....,,.,. ,. .......,.. 34 Drushall, Kathleen - IIB ........ .......,.,,.......,....... 5 4 Dumas, John - IOA .........,,.....,, ....,........,,........,...,.., 3 4 Dumaw, Vivian - IOA .,....................... ............. 3 4-90 Duram, James - IIA .............,,.,........,.,.. 47-I00-II2 Dutmer, Dykema, Alice - 12B .,,.........,, Dykstra, Leonard -- IOA ..... Barbara - IIA ........ Ebrecht, Janice - IIB ,................. Eckhoff, Richard - IOA ....... , Eckhoff, Robert - IOA ....,.....,. Edgar, Marian -- IOA .. ........... .. Edlund, Kathleen - IOA .. ...... .. Edwards, John - IOA ,, ...,...... .. Eldridge, Leslie -- IOA ...,,.,.. Eller, Jean - IIA ......,,.,........... Elliott, Timon - IIA .......... Ellis, Barbara - IOA ,.......... ...,,,..,.......,.54-84 44-99-l05-I09- IIS-137 34 .....,.....,.47-97 ,,,,......35-92-97 Ellis, Bill - IIA ,,,.....,.............. ........., 4 7-66-96 Ellison, Joyce - IOA ,....,.... ,...,...,...,,..,... 3 5 Engler, David - 12B ........,..,.,. ,.... ........., 5 4 Englund, Elisa - IOA ,.....,,............ ...........,.....,.., 3 5 Engquist, Marilyn - IOA .......... .....,.,,. 3 5-104 Entsmin er William - IIA H , Erbes, Nancy - IOA ......,........... ...........,, 35-97 Erickson, Brenda - IOA .,.,,... Erickson, Norman - IOA ......,..,....35-100 Ernvall, Julie - IOA ,,.. .........,.. ,.,......... 3 5 -97-II7 Esh, Beverly - IIA , ............., .......,....,..... 4 7-72 Evans, Bob - 10A ....,............. ,.,.,.,...... 3 5-64 Evans, ludie - IIA ..,.,............. ................ 4 7 Evans, Kenneth -- I2B ......... .. Eyke, William - IIA ,...... Falbe, Robert -- IOA .......,,.... Farmer, Loretta - IIA ..........., Farr, Jerry - IOA ................... .....QQfffIX5 Feldt, Earl - IIA ............,........... .......... 4 7 Felt, Ben -- IOA ..........................................,,,........,,..,..... 35 Ferencsik, Eleanore -- IOA .........,.................... 35-94 Ferris, Marilyn - IIA ....,.... 48-96-108-II4-I17 Ferris, William - IOA ...,.... Field, Eddie - IIA ............... Field, Lorna - IIA ............... Fielstra, Barbara - IIB ,.... Fielstra, Donna - IOA .....,.., Fischer, Carole - IOA . ,.,,... Fischer, Jerry - IIA ............ Fischer, Larry - IIA ..,,..... ,...,,.......44-72 ............72-94-I08 .....,.....,...48-132 .....,........48-132 Fisher, Nancy - IOA .,..........,.... ............... 3 5-I08 Fisk, Allan - 12B ...,,,...............,.,... .......... 5 4-60-70 Fitzgerald, Bryon - IIA ................. .................... 4 8 Fitzpatrick, Darlene -- 10A .,.,....,.. ...,.....,,.... 3 5 Flannery, Ansel - I2B ..,,,......... ................. Flickema, Ruth - IOA .. ..... ............ 3 5-99 Flores, Jesse - IIA ............,..... .....,........, 4 8 Flowers, Charlotte - IIB ..,...... ...,...... 4 4 Foose, Carol - IIB ,.................. .......... 4 4 Forman, Joyce - IIA ....,........... .......,,. 4 8 Foster, Chaddie - IOA ,.,........., ......,......... Fowler, Tim - 10A .............. .......... 3 S Fox, Darlene - IOA .......,...,.. .......... 3 S Fox, Lou Ann - IOA .........,. .......,...,... 3 S Frans, Carl - IIB .....,.....,..,.......... ..........,..,...... 4 4 Frampton, Sandra - IOA . ......,,.. .,........ 3 5-72-90 Freres, Ronald - IIA .....,......... ....,.........,,,.... 4 8 Fresby, Shirley - IIB ..,..,..,,. Friedman, Pamela -- IOA .. Fuller, Paul - IIA .....,,...,........,,. Fuller, Ron - 10A ...........,. Fuller, Tom - IIA ....,,..........,.,.., Funkhouser, Jeff - IOA ........ Furst, Judy -- IOA ........,,,...,.. Gardiner, Sheilia - IOA ....,....,. Gardenour, Lee -- IIA ..,,.......,.. Garrison, Kenneth - IIB ........... Gates, Yvonne - IIA ...,......... Gatfield, Gloria - IIA ...,... Gaumer, Doris - IOA ,,.,.... Gay, Pennie - IIA .......... Gee, Daughn - IIA ......... Gee, Orville - IIA .........,.,... Genter, Marie - IIA ,,.......... German, Oscar - IOA . ....... . Gertz, Patricia - IOA ............,...... Gifford, Clarence - IZB ........... Gifford, Joan - IOA .............,.... Gilbert, David -- IOA .....,... Gill, Marie - IIA ........,,,,.... Gillard, Jim - IIA ..... ,,.,.,...... Gillard, Ronald - IOA ..,,.. Gillard, Thomas - IIA ..... Glafcke, Frank - 12B ,,..,..,.......... Goloversic, John - IIB ............,. Gonyon, Betty - IIA ,,,,,.......... 108 ............3s-64 , .......... 35 . .......... 48 . ...,,,...........,., 44 ............48-97-109 I 16 .............,.,..48-60 48- I00 .....,....35-64-65 .. ,,..,,...,....,..... 35 .............35-97 48-72 54-55-58-60-68 Goodenrath, Betty - IIA ....... ...., ,...... 4 8 -96-II6 Goodenrath, Kay - 10A .......,.,. .............,.48-I I0 Goodman, Jim - IIA ....... .....,. Goosen, Sharon - IIA .........,..,,., Gorenflo, Barbara - IOA ....,....,. Gould, Dee - IOA ....,..,...,......,.. Gould, Jackie - 12B Gould, Norma - IIB ....... Graf, Gray Grayi Gray Gray Susanne - IOA Anita - IIA ................ Kenneth -- IOA Leslie - IIA .,,,..,.... Ron - IOA ..,...,............ Green, Beverly - IIB .......,. Green, Robert - IOA Green, Ronald - IIA Greenberg, Phyllis - IIA ..... Greene, Beverly - IOA Greenwood, Sandy - IOA .....,., Greer, Retha - IOA ............ Grevel, Jack - IIA ........,...... Grim, Sally - IOA .........,..... Grimm, Barbara - IOA Grimm, Dale - IIA ,..,,....... Grimm, Gloria - IIA ,.,....,.......44-108 ...48-72-105-I I4- IIS-127 .....,.........48-I I3 ...........,.48-97 Grimm, Raymond - 10A ........,... Grinwis, Karen - 12B ............. Griswold, Diane -- 11A ......... Griswold, Jean - 10A ........ .........,.,48-74 Gronberg, Karen - 10A .,.,.........,,.....,......,.. 36-93-97 Grosswilen, Jack - 11A ...........,..,.....,..,.,.,..................,. Grover, Gordon - 10A ..................,,,.,..,.........,......... 36 Guimond, Edward - 10A ...........,...........,......,,. ....36 Gundersen, Carole - 11A ..,......... 48-93-94-115 Gunst, Wesley - 12B ........,........,,.,.....,..,.......,......,............ Guyar, Linda - 10A ...............,... ..,,,.,,...................,.....,.. Galdeen, Bernard - 10A ...,.....,,. Galombeck, Garrett - 11B .......... Haack, Eunice - 10A ......................., Hafenbrack, David - 10A ............. Haga, Anna Rose - 12B ...,..... Hagen, Barbara - 10A ........ Hagen, James - 11B ..,,....... Hager, Charlotte - 10A ..,.....,,...... Hall, Archie - 11B , .........,..... ....,.... Hall, Donald -- 11A .....,........ Hall, Leah Rae - 10A ........ Hansen, Billy - 10A ..,,.......... Hansen, Dave - 10A ........... Hansen, Janet - 12B ......,......,.. Hansen, Phyllis M - 10A .......,, Hamil, Carol - 11A ..........,,.... Hammond, Duane 4- 12B ..,........, Hamstra, Shirley -- 11A .......,....... Hardesty, Sydney - 10A ......,..... Hardin, Sonja - 11B ....,.......,,,.... Hardy, Alice - 10A .....,.......... Harris, Gordon -- 11A ...,,... Harris, Norma -- 11A ............ , Harshman, Donna - 11A ..,......... Hartley, Russell -- 11B .......,,..,. Hartman, Joyce - 10A .,,,.......,...... Hartman, Ruthann -- 10A ......... Hartwell, Margaret - 10A ......., Hartz, Carol - 10A ....,,..,,,........ Harvey, Norman - 11A ...,...... Haverkate, Carol - 10A ..... , ........ , 36-72-97-117 54-110 liffffsk-as-94 ...44-64-65-97 16 .,.,........36-95 .............,36-112 36-64-65 Hawkins, Theopolis - 10A ..,..,............... Hays, Gerald - 10A , ..... ,... ................ ,.,..,,....., 3 6- 64 -97 Hazekamp, Judy - 10A .............,....,..,....,.................. 36 Hazekamp, Lois - 11A ...........,...... 48-90-96-110 Hazelmyer, Craig -- 10A ..,,...., Hearl, Sharon -- 11A ..,.,......., ,.... Hebestreit, Roger - 11A .,....... Heckathorn, Edwin - 10A ...... Heckathorn, Robert - 11A Heimann, Paul - 11B ,,,.,.,,......... Hellman, Bill - 10A .................... fffffffffffllflfffffffifliii ..,.........44-65 ........,.,.36-64 Henderson, BurkeAnn - 10A ..........,.,......,..,....... 36 Hendrickson, Larry - 11B ...... Henriksen, Mary Ann - 11B Henry, Larry - 10A .......,..,.......... Hentschel, Bill - 11A ............... Hentschel, Jim - 10A ........... Herald, Don - 10A ....,.... Herlein, Peggy - 10A .,........... 10 48 36 Herman, Dan -- 10A ....................,............... 36-97-99 Hermanson, Marilyn -- 11A .....,,.,....,...................... 48 Herrendeen, Jerry - 10A ..,......,....................... 36-64 Herrgord, Don - 1'1B ...,.,.......,,...,............,.........,.....,... 44 Hesse, Karl - 10A .......,.,..............,........ 36-64-66-90 Heykoop, Loretta - 11B .,.......,................,...........,... 44 Hill, Artemus - 10A ........,...,... Hill, Rosalee - 10A ,,..........,. Kalman. Marilee - 11B ........... Hilsabeck, Ilene - 11B , .....,. .. Hilstrom, John - 11A Hilt, Susan -- 11A ....,...... Hislop, Norma - 11B ..,,.,.. Hixon, Mildred - 12B .....,., Hixon, Roger - 10A .........,. Hoadley, Eloise Hodges, Alfred Hodges, Barbara - 11A - 11A'. .... . -11A ..,....,..... ,....QQffffZi5 ....,...,,..-is-sz .......,....,.,44 .. ..,...,,.... -is 1fffffffffLis Hodges, Ralph - 10A ..,...., .....,,.....,...............,, 3 6 Hodson, Harold - 10A Hodson Kay -- 11A ..,,,.,.............s.. , Hoffma n, Anita - 1lA Hoffman, Duane - 11A .......... ........,,,..,.,..............,...,, Hoeker, Carole - 11A .....,,, .48-92-94-115 Holland, David - 12B ....,..., Hollar, Jerry - 11B ......,.....,.. ........,,,... 4 8 Holly, Walter - 11A ........... . ,............. .......... . Holmes, Ron - 10A ............... ..,......,..,........... 3 6 Holmstrom, Lynn -- 12B .,.,..... .,..,........ 5 4-95-96 Holstine, James - 11A ...... Homfeld, Beverly - 12B Hoos, Carolyn - 10A ..,,........ ii"'QQQffIfflfflflsl Hoos, Lou - 11A .,,.......,.......... .................... ,,,. 4 8 Hoos, Malcolm - 11B ..,,,.... ..,.............................,., Hoover, Wayne - 11B ....,........,, ...,......... 4 4-64-65 Houck, Carol - 10A ..,,.......... .....,........., 3 6-99 Houghtaling, Loran - 12B ..... .,,......,,.,.........., House, Gary -- 11A .,............. ......,.,...,. 4 8 Howard, June - 12B .......,,,.. Howard, Marilyn - 12B .....,.... Hozer, Craig -- 10A ............... Hozer, Ray - 10A .........,,.......... Hudson, Bill - 11A ........,,..,.....,. Hudson Richard - 11A .,... Hughes: Hughes Daryle -- 10A ,.,......., Wanda - 11A ..,..... Humphieys, Sandra -- 11A Hunt, Kay -- 10A ,...,....,,.,....,... Hutchison, Doris - 11A ...,,. Huth, Robert - 12B ............... Inderbitzin, Larry - 11A Inderbitzin, Lynne - 10A ..,..,.... Ingram, Barbara - 10A .....,,.,., Ingalls, Melvyn - 10A ......... Inman, Viola -- 10A .........,. Irwin, Chuck - 11A ...., ,..,.. .... Irwin, Georgianna -- 10A ....,... Irwin, Jack - 11A ...,,............... Iverson, Judy - 10A .......... Iversen, Art - 11A ..,......... Jackowski, Nancy - 10A ..,,.... Jackson, James -- 11A ..............,,,.... Jamerson, Charles - 10A ...,,..... Jelier, William - 10A ..... ,.,,.... Jensen, Frank - 11B ,,.... ..., ,.... Jensen, Joann Jensen, Lavon - 11A ......,.... - 10A .,....,..... Jessup, Judy - 11A ............. Johnson, Chuck - 10A Johnson, Gerald - 10A .....,........... Johnson, Joretta Johnson, Kent Johnson, Lula Johnson -- 12B .,....,..... - 11A .....,....,...... . Orville - 11A Johnsoni Sandra - 10A ...., ohnson Sandra - 11A ..,,,...... -11B, ...,...,..... . J , Johnson, Velma - 11A ..,,....... Johnston, Donna - 11A ..,,. Johnston, Lorna - 11B ..,..,...., Jones, Edward Jones, Marilyn Jones, Richard -10A ..,........, -11A ...,... ,,.. -11B ............ .............54-114 .,..,......49-82 ....,......49-94 49 36 ...........,.36-72-74 .......,,,,49-80 .....,,.,....-49-103 ........,..49-60 , .......... 36-64 ...,.......49-95 1 1 ..72-92-97-105- 109-115 ,,s........54-58-60-70 ....,...,.,57-97 ..........,49-97 .,,,........, .37 ....,........,..49-92 .........37-90-117 Joneson, Julienne - 10A ,......,, . Joslyn, Nancy Jourden, Carl Jowers, James - 10A .............. - 10A ...,,.. - 10A ....,....,.. Kaber, Nancy - 10A ....,......,.. Kaiser, Ronald Kalman, Charl - 10A ............ ine - 10A Kaminski, Louise - 11A ........ Kamp, Marvin - 11A ...,....,......,. Kantor, Richard - 11B ........... Karel, Cornelius - 10A ....,...,.. Karis, Paul - 11A .....,......,,.... Karnitz, James - 12B .......... Kary, Priscilla - 11B ...,....... Katt, Douglas - 11A ........,,.. ...,..,.......,,37-92 ............,37-108 ., ........... 49 .............54-60-70 Katz, Judie - 11A ...........,.., ,,,,..,...... 4 9-90-96-112 Kayler, Joann - 10A .....,.,..,..,,,...........,....................,., 37 Keeter, Truman -- 10A .........,..........,,.............. 37-91 Keillor. Sue - 11A ..,............... 49-90-109-114-116 Kelly, Charles - 10A .,,....,...................,,..................,... 37 Kelly, Jane - 10A , ..........,..........,.,...............,.....,,............ 37 Kelly, Tom - 10A ............,, ,....... ......,............ Kemp, Bruce -- 12B .,,,,.,.....,........ ............. 5 4 Kemp, Maryann - 10A ............ ............. 3 7 Kendall, Jacki -- 11A ..,...,....., ,.......,.... 4 9 Ketchum, Gail - 10A ............. ............. 3 7 Keur, Kenneth - 12B .....,..,... Keur, Marva - 10A ...,....... ..........54-60 Kibbey, Judy - 11A ..... , ........,. ............. 4 9 Kibbey, Norma - 10A ......,.., ............. 3 7 Kibbey, Stan - 11B ,..... .,.,,............. ...............,.. 4 4 Kidder, Marilyn -- 10A .....,......,.,,..,,......,,.,...... 37-97 Kieft, Margaret - 10A ........,,.............,..............,......,.,...... Kienke, Janice - 12B ..........., 54-90-105-114-122 Kilcrease, Carol - 10A ............ ......................, 3 7-99 King, Ronald - 11A ......,,,.....,. . .............. .,.49 Kinney, Jack - 11A .,...........,,...... ............... 1 00 Kissling, Margie - 11A .,,.....,... Kleeves, Joseph - 11A ...,............,...........,.......,,,,..... 49 Klevering, Dorothy - 11A ...... ,........ ...... 4 9 -95-99 Klein, Sharon - 10A ,,.,.............. .,...... , ............,. 3 7 Klooster, Carol - 10A ............,,.,,.,.......,...... 37-90-97 Kloosterman, Robert - 10A .........,.......,,.,...... 37-64 Kloss, Beatrice - 10A ,,,.....,,,..,,,, .........,,,.,,. ..37 Knapp, Norman - 10A ....,......,.........,,...................... 37 Knevitt, William - 10A .,,,,,,.,,,..,...,.................. 37-99 Knoll, Loretta - 11B ..,......,...,....,...........,........... 44-99 Knop, Pat - 10A .....,,..................,.... 37-105-117-122 Knox, Shirley - 11A ........,..,.............,.................,,,..,.. 49 Knudson, Lois - 10A ......,..., ,...,,......,...,., ...... 3 7 -91 Knutson, John - 10A ,........... Koomen, Marian - 11B .,,,,..,... ..........37-64 ..........44-94 Koski, Karl - 11B .,................. ,...,,,,,.... 4 4 Kowalski, Chuck - 11A ..,.,,.,.,, .......... 4 9-70 Kraft, Terry - 10A .......,.,......,.. ............,..... 3 7 Kramer, Donna - 11A ......,.. ...,...,.. 4 9-97 Kramer, John - 11A ......,...... ..............,.... Kreifeldt, Gary - 10A ............... .,..,........ 3 7 Krueger, Noel - 11A .......,........,.,.... ..............,... 9 7 Krumwiede, Edward -- 11A ..........,. .......... 4 9-68 Kubicek, Chuck - 10A .................... ............. 3 7 Kuerzi, John - llA ...........,.... ....,,...,... 4 9 Kukal, Frances -- 10A ......,... Lack, Dolores - 10A ........ Lack, John - 11B ............ Ladd, Gerald - 10A ...,.,..... Laird, Beverly - 11A ............ Lakatos, Erma -- 11A ........ ,.,.,.........44-64-109 'J'ffQ'.fQfffX5-55 Lake, George - 10A ......,,,,,.... ..,....,..,.... 3 7-64 Landis, Marlene - 12B .....,,....... .,,,...,,... 9 4-115 Lang, John - 12B .............................,,. .,.,....,........,,,.,.. Langson, Eleanor - 11A .......,.,..,,..... .. .......... 49 Lanridge, Sandra Kay - 11B .......... ... ......... 44 Larrabee, Larry - 10A .................... ............. 3 7 Larson, Kay - 10A ., .....,,,,,........... .....,,,.. 3 7-84 Latsch, Barbara - 12B ........,. .,.........,....... Latsch, Bill - 11A ,.,,.,,.................,.....,. .......,.......... 4 9 LaValley, Marilyn - 11A ......,..,. .....,........,,..,.... 4 9 Lawrence, Arlene - 11B ............................,............. 44 Lawrence, Kathleen - 10A . Lawrence, Mary -- IIA .........,., .......,.,,,...,,.,.37-95-97 Leaf, John - 10A ......,,,,,,.,........ .,.,.,......,..,.. 3 7 Leafers, Jerry - 10A .,.....,......., .,........... 3 7 LeBaron, Carleen -- 11A ......... ............. 4 9 Lehman, Karen - 11A ,....,.,., .............,,,,. 4 9 Leitgeb, Sandra - 11A ..... ,...,,.... ..............,.,...... 4 9 LeMieux, Beverly - 10A ........ .....,.,.,., 3 7-101 Lemke, Edward - 11B ...,....., ..,....,...,..,... 4 4 Lewis, Betty - 10A ..,,.......,....... ............. 3 7 Lewis, Carolyn - 11A .......... ..,.......... 4 9 Lewis, Larry - 10A ......,.......,, ,....,,,...... Lifer, John - 11A ..,.,....... ,..,........... ................... Lindenbaum, John - 10A ,...,...... . .....,,........... 37 Lindrup, Jim - 10A .........,.......... .,.......,.. 3 7-115 Lindstrom, Bob - 11A ..,.,......, .,................ 4 9 Line, John - 10A ...,.,......,,,................. .......,.......... 3 7 Lineberger, Christel - 11A, ....,... ...........,..,.....,.. 9 5 Lirones, Annette - 11A .....,........ ..........,. 4 9-116 Liupakka, Donald - 11A .,... , .....,... ,....... 4 9 Lizut, Frank - 10A .,.............. ................,.,.... 3 7 Locke, Larry - 11B ....... ......,.... 44-64-65 Locke, Richard - 10A .,,,,,.... ..,.... ..... 3 7 -64-65 Logg, Bill -- 10A ....,...........,.,..,, ....,....,. ..,, 3 7 -99 Lohman, Dennis - 11A ....,... Long, Claude - IOA ........... ............49-109 211 May, Carole - 11A .........,. Long, Karen - 10A .........,.. Long, Marsha - 10A ,.... .... Long, Venita - 11A .......,,,,, Loomis, Bonnie - 12B .,,........ Losee, Ted - 11A ,,................ ..,..... Loseth, Ben - 10A .........,................. Loughery, Lois - 11A ....,.,.,..,...... Loveless, Sandra - 10A .....,.. Lowing, Judy - 10A ....A.,,. Lucas, Daryl - 11A ,,.,.........,.., Luckett, Charles - 10A ..,,.... Lucyk, Christy - 10A ..,,....... Ludlow, Gloria - 10A ......,.... Lundwall, Phil - 12B ..,,....... ...........,..37-93- 101 ......,,,,..49-72-95 37-90- 103- 1 12 ...49-75-96-116 ............49-70-99 ............37-92-94 ............54-7 1-96 Lutz, Janis - 11B .,.....,.......... ..,.........., 4 4-90-110 Luytjes, Jim - 10A .....,.,, .......... ..,....,................... 3 8 MacKenzie, Dolores - 11A ...,... ..,,.4...... 4 9-114 Mackenzie, John - 10A ........,.... ......,,......,., 3 8 Madison, Judith - 10A ..,,,.......,....................... 38-101 MacNab, Bobbie Sue - 11A .....,.. ........,. . ,,...... 4 9 Mahn, Larry - 11A .,..,..,...,....,,,..........,......,.....,,................ Maitland, Eleanore - 11A ..,... Mallonen, Edward - 11A ......, ...............S0-96-115 Manfredine, Mark - 10A ...,....,.. ...................... 3 8 Mann, Floyd - 10A ..............,.,,,.., ,,.,.. . .38 Mansfield, Leonard - 11B ,........... ....,........ Markowski, Jeanette - llA ........... ,..,...... Marsh, Harley - 10A ,.....,......,.... ,,..,.. ., .38 Martin, Ben -- 11B .,,,.,.,,.,.,............ ,,,,,, 3,44 Martin, Dorothy - llA ,.,,........ ..,. . , ....,,......, ,, Martinez, Helen - 11A ...,............, ,, .....,....., 50-113 Martinez, Virginia - 11B Mavis, Reta - 12B .......,......,......,... Maxwell, Don - 10A .....,.. .,., May, Dixie - 10A ., Mayo, Judy - 10A .....,,, Matthews, Gene -- 10A ..,,,... McAlinden, Pat - 10A ...,,. .. McCallum, Byron - 10A . McCann, Thomas - 10A .. ..... 1 McClain, Clara - 11A . .... McCleary, Eleanor - 10A McConnell, Philip - 10A ..., McFarland, James - 10A ........, , McGahan, Lucille - 1lA ,,,.,,. McKeen, Alice -- 10A . ......... . McKenzie, Bernie - 10A ,,..., . McLaren, Patsy - 11A ..,... ... McLaughlin, Wesley - 11A McMananey, Cleo -- , .,..,....,. , McManus, John - 12B McNeal, Barbara - 12B McWain, Fred -- 11A ,, ., Meade, Ruth - 10A .. Medema, Diane - 10A Medema, Donna - 11B ,, . Medlin, Joan - 12B .. ., ., Meinke, Ronal - 10A ...,.,.. ...38-93 , ...... 38 ,. ,..... 38 ,,,.....38-64 . .... .... 3 8 . .... ......... , 38 ..., 38 , .50 38 ..... .38 . .. . 50 , ...... . ...... 38-97 it .',','.' 5'l4'l50l62'- iiili 50-103 . 38-94 was ,,.. ,44 "ff..f as Meisch, Judy - 10A ,..,..,,,11 ...,,.. ,.,... 3 8 -94 Meisch, Louis - 10A ......... ....., . ,,., ,. 38 Mell, Arlene - 11A .,..,, ........ ..............,,,, . , .. .50 Mertz, Betty Ann - 10A ....,... . ., .138-92-99-101 Messick, April - 11B 1 ..... ., Meyers, Sam - 10A ..,,, Mezynski, Kaye - 10A . ........ . Michelman, Joyce - 11A ..., ,, Midboe, Jean - 11A ..,,,,.,....... Miers, Patricia - 11A ...,..... Miles, Medrith - 10A ...... .. Miller, Dave - 10A ..... .,,,., Miller, Kimm - 10A ,,........,... Millis, Leonard - 11A ,. ,..... .. Minuth. Dick - 10A ..,.,,....,,.. Mitchell, Janice - 10A . ,..,. A Mitchell, Ken - 11B .... ...... Mitchell, Ro - 10A .. .. ..,....,. ,, 44-97 .. , , ,38-99 ...50 ...,...50-114 . 50 .44-132 Mitchell, Sadie - 11A ,,....... ..,..,,,, ,....,.,.,. , S 0-72-93 Mixer, Margaret -- 11A ...... ........ 5 0-90-96-109- 117-122-125 Miovig, Raymond - 12B .,,............,.,.........,.,.....,............ Modeen, Harold - 10A ........ Monroe, George - 10A ......., Moore, Barbara - 10A ........,. 212 .......,......38-99 Moore, Moore, Moore, Morin, Morin, Morris, Morrison, Karen Morrison, Shirlie Morrow, Diane - Muckey, Marilyn Mudgett, James Carol - 11A ...... Muderl, Fred - Mulder, Judy - Mulder, Nancy Mullins, Pauline Mundt, Teryl - Munson, Dave - Murberger, Bob Musgrove, John Muder, Musk, Gary - 10A- ......... Mary Ann - 10A .......,................ 38-95-113 Vernon -- 10A Frank - 10A .....,... Lola -- 11B .,.,......, Molly -- 10A ...... Marvin - 10A - 11A - 10A --11A -11B 10A ......... 11A ........ - 11A .,... - 10A 10A ......... 10A ,..... - 11A -- 10A ,. Muskovin, David -- 11A Mustard, Dallas - 11A Myers, Nada - 10A ..,,, 10A ......,........,..... 38-72-90-116 .....,..,..38-64-99 ....,.........50-92 ...,..........50-97 N38-99 . ...........,,, 38 ...ffflf ,...1.,........,,, fffffffflsd . .....1,,...,.,tt,,....................,,.. 44 Myers, Sharon -- 10A ...,..,.,,.. 38-93-97-112-115 Naruszkiewicz, Pat - 11B Near, Glenn - 12B ........... N ehm, Nelson Nelson Nelson Carol - 11A ,,......... Burton -- 10A ames - 10A .....,.. ,J ,Joyce -11A 7 Nelson Nelson Nelson Nenis, Karan - 10A , Linda - 10A , Linda - 11B ........ Jerry - 10A ,.,.........,, Neuman, Roger - 10A Neumer, Steve - 10A ,,,., . Netzler, Ken - 11A ,,,......... , Nichols, Elizabeth - 12B Nicholson, Ron -- 10A ...... .. Nielsen, Bernard - 10A .. Nielsen, Nancy - 10A . .. Niemi, Ray - 11A ...... . ..,.., .. Nixon, Carolyn - 12B ,,,, Nixon, Margaret - 10A , Nollar, Valerie - 10A ..... Norris, Nora - 10A ..., ,...,, Novotny, Jerome -- llA'. Nugent, Roger -- 11B ,,,, Nutt, Nancy - 10A Nuttall, Carolyn - 10A . Oaks, Curtis - 10A , ..,. , Obenauf, Nancy - 11A ,. . Ober, Carol - 10A .,....., ., Obermiller, Judy - 11A O'Brien, Elizabeth - 11A ...........44-101 ......50 . ....,,,,, .........,..,, ,...,,.,.... 3 8 ..50-96- 105-l 12 . .,,., ...........,...,..,, . ,38 ........,38-101 . ...,, .. ,U 83-97 ,..........39-10-i .,...,.. . ......39 . ....... 50-103 139-74-101-ll7 1.50 A ...,.,,... 44 ...... 39-99 . 39 .. .. 39 .. ,,........ 50 . ., . .39-99 50-96-114-115 ...50-94 Ocks, Karl - 10A ..,, ,,,,.... , .. ....... , . . Ogren, Karen - 10A ..,....., . ,,,.,.... 39-72-97 Ohs, John - 10A ..................,.....,.,,, . .....,. 4 ....., 39 Ohst, Terrance - 10A .,.,....,,........ ., ..........., ....,. , 30 Old, Harold - 11A ......,....,....,... 1.50-104-105-106 Oliphant, Ann Marie - 10A ...,,,.. ...... . 97 Olson, Donald - 11A ............ Olson, Judy - 10A . .....,,......... Olson, Mary Lou - 10A Olson, Ralph - 11A ............ Olthoff, lim -- 10A .......,,...... Orcutt, Kenneth - 11A H39-97 .. . ..,,,,,. ,39 .. 39 Osborn, Phil - 10A ...,,,........... .,,....,...... . 1 .,...,,.,. 39 Ostling, Patricia - 11A ,........ ......,... 5 0-113-116 Ott, Donald - 10A ,.......,... ....,..,,,, ...,,.....,. . . 39-101 Oudsema, Wayne - 11A ...,,..... Overkamn, Fred - 10A ,,,, ...... Pace, Robert - 11A .....,., , Palmer, Anne - 11A ............, ......, Panos, Joan - 11A .......,.,,...... "" f.QQfQ1.56 50- 105-l06- 107 H .....,,. 50-75-97-115 Paquin, William - 12B ..,,.. .....,, ,..........,.,...,, . . .. 54 Parker, Carol - 11A ........ ,,.,,....... 5 0-105-114-117 Parsons, Sharon - 11A .,..,....,......,.,...,..., S0-95-110 Pastoor, Fred - 11B .,......... ...,.............,....,,... . 44-64 we-r an 1 , 1, v Pastori, Maxine - 11A ...,,....... , ............... 50-92-97 Pattison, Walter - 11A ......... .,,.......... 5 0-99-112 Paulson, Gary - 11A ......,,,...,, ..,........... ,........ .... 5 0 Pearson, Bruce - 12B ..,.,...... Pedler, Ralph -- 10A ......... Peel, Marjorie - 10A .......... ...........39-93-97 Pehr, Robert - 10A ........................ ..........,,,, 3 9-64 Perry, Bob - 11A .,,.,..,......................,.. ..............,........ Peterman, James R. - 10A ............ .,........,.......,... 3 9 Peterman, James - 11A ,.....,..,,. ............,, 5 0-99 Petersen, Bill - 11A ,..................... ......,.,..,....,...... Peterson, Clarence - 12B .......,,. Peterson, Don - 12B ........, ,... ..,.,.,.,,,,.. 5 4 -96 Petersen, Phyllis - 10A ...,........ ......,.,..... 3 9-72 Peterson, Wendell - 10A .....,.... .........,................ 3 9 Petroski, Wm. H. - 11A ......,...........,.,,.. 50-99-112 Pfeiffer, Bill - 12B .......................,, .......,,,,..,,,................. Pfhistner, Cleland - 10A .......... .,,........................ 3 9 Philip, Louis - 11B .................. .............,.. 4 4-69-90 Phillips, Nancy -- 11A ..........,. .......,..... 5 0-97-116 Phillips, Patricia -- 12B ......., ....,.........,.,,......... 5 4 Phinney, William - 12B ............ .............. S 4-96 Piatt, Carol - 12B ,...........,.......... .,...,,.,........ 5 4 Piatt, Fred -- 11B .......,.,,.,..,,. ...,........................,....,.... Picard, Margie - 10A ...,...., ,.......,...,......,,...,.,......... 3 9 Pickle, Garry - llA ..............,..,...,.,.....1 50-58-60-70 Pickel, Russell - 11A .,..............., 50-58-60-63-70 Pierce, Linda - l1A ........ .,............. 5 0-93-108-114 Piirainen, Jeannine - 12B Piper, Darleen - 10A Pitre, Bernadine - 10A ...,.. Pitre, Jim -- 11A ..................... Plekes, Sandy - 10A ......... , Pletcher, Don - 11A . ..,........ . Pletcher,.Patricia - 10A ....,. Plont, Barbara - 11A ,...,.,. .,,,.QfIQS5 ....QQfQf1fQ1ffS5 ...........50-108 Plont, Janet - 12B ..,,.........., ,..,..........,,...... Plont, LeRoy - 12B . ,...,.....,.... . .... ........,... . . Plumhoff, Dolores - 10A ..,,,..... ....,., ..... ....... 3 9 - 91 Plumley, Janice - 11A ...,. .....,..,.....,,.,..,........,...,,,,...., 5 1 Plummer, Mary - 11A .,,,,,......, ...S1-96-109-114 Poe, James - 10A ................. Poland, Toby - 11B .......,,,,. Polk, Patricia -- 11A ...,..... Poole, Rose -- 10A ............,,.,.,.. Porter, Corinne - 10A Porter, Richard - 10A ..,, Postlewait, Virginia - 11B Pouch, Mary - 11A ......,. ,..,.. ..,, Powell, Joan -- 11A ,,....,,,... Pranger, Bill - 10A ...... Pranger, Jim - 11A , , Prause, Eugene - 10A .........., Prentkiewicz, Ron - 10A Priebe, Susie - 12B ,,,. Priest, Lola . ., . ...... Prow, Roger - 11A .......,,, Psiharis, Nick - 11A . Pugh, Norman - 10A ,, . Rakosky, Sandra - 11A . Radel, Joanne - 10A ...... ...,... Rademaker, Judy - 11A , Ramirez, Frances - llA , ..,,,..99-l0l . ..,...., 39-108 . ........ 39- 108 , .... .........,.. 3 9 ...... .51 . .,,,,............ 51 . ..,. ,...39-93 ,, .54-94 ""'ff'ffQfQfs'1' ..51 . ,,.c......,... 39 1- 1 17 ., . ......., 39-93 .....,...,.. 51-95 Ramirez, Irene - 10A , ......,,.,...,, 39-72-94-113 Ramones, Santos - 11A ..............,,,..,........,., ........,. 1 13 Randall, Bill - 11A ,..., . ......, 51-60-66-68-132 Randall, Bob - 11A ....,,..,.....,,.. ,Sl-60-66-68-132 Randall, Clarence - 12B .,..........,..,.,..............,......,........ Rasey, Howard - 11A .,,, .,.....,,,. ....... . . ...,.....,......,,.. 5 I Rasey, Jack - 10A ......... ........... . 39 Raymond, Robert - 12B .. . ......,,,., ...54 Reames, Marsha -- 10A .......... . ...... ,.,.. 3 9-90 Rebedew, lanet -- 11A 1 .... .....,.. . ...5l Rebone, Thomas - 10A ....,,.. ....,..,.... 3 9 Reck, David - 11A ......, ...... ..,......... 5 1 Reed, Dorothy - 10A ............,, ............ 3 9 Reed, Katherine - 12B ...,. .,.,, ..,,,,.......,,.., Reed, Mary - 11A ,..,.,.....,... ,.....,.,... 5 1 Reichard, Pat - 11A ., ,,,.... .. Rennells, Ken - 11A .. ..,.,., ., Reska, LaVonne - 11A .....,.. Rexford, Bill - 11A .......,,,..,.... Rexford, Charles - 11A .,...... Reyes, 'Joe - 10A .................. Surratt, jerry - 10A ....,. Simpkins, Melvin - 11B .................., ....,............ . H45 Reynolds, Brian -- 10A ...,,...... Richard, Henry - 10A ...........,. Richeson, Dwight - 10A ........., Riekels, Bette - 10A .................. Riley, David - 11B .............. Rill, George - 12B .........,,..,... Rillema, Beth - 10A ..,........ Ritter, Walter - 12B ........... Robbins, Sharron -- 10A ,....... .. Rocker, Jerry - 11A ,,......,..... Roberts, Curtis - 10A ............. Roberts, Darlene -- 11A ...,...... Roberts, Linda -- 10A ,.,...... Roberts, Nancy - 11A ....... ........-....39-95-99 -,QffffffffS5 .,-,,-s9-92-97 .WMMMMWMM44 -,fff55 1,mfffff55 --,-,-s9-90-72 1-1 1 5 Roberts, Roy - 10A .......,..,.....,.........,......,..,.,............... 40 Robertson, Judy -- 11A .,...............,,...,. 51-115-117 Robinson, Brenda - 11A ...,.,.................,.....,.....,...... 51 Robinson, Maureen - 12B ,,.,.,...,.............,.....,...... 54 Robillard, Bill - 11B ....,...,....... ..... .....,..,..... 4 0 Rodes, Peter - 10A .................. Rodgers, Mary - 11B .4.... ,,........ Rodriguez, Berta - 11A .,,....... Rogalla, Frances - 10A ,..... Rogers, Letha - 10A ........... Rogers, Oliver - 11A ,.......... Rollins, Sue - 11A ......., .. Rooks, Shirley - 10A .,.,....,,., Rop, Hugh - 10A .............., Rose, Susan - 10A ...,.... Ross, Carol - 10A .........,,. Ross, Mike - 10A .......,............ Ross, Raymond - 11A ...,..... Roth, Natalie -- 11A ..........,....,,,. Rothoff, Gordon - 12B .......... Routt, Ronald - 11A .,......... Rucks, Frances - 11B ...........,.... Rudclick, William -- 11B Rumohr, Geraldine - 10A Rundquist, Chuck - 10A ,.,,...... Russell, Carolyn - 11A ............... Rust, Eveltn - 11A ...............,....,.... Sabin, Bruce - 10A ....,,.......,. Sabin, Daryl - 10A ....,,............. Salisbury, Walter - 10A .......,.. Sachteleben, Paula - 10A .....,..,, Sanchez, Helbert - 10A .,..,.....,,. Sandberg, Corinne - 11A ...,,,.... Sandberg, David - 11A ..... Sander, David - 10A ......,..,. Sanders, Bill - 10A ..,.,.., ...,, Saylor, Mary Ann - 10A ....,.,. Scanlon, Marvin - 10A ...,...,,..,... Schaalma, George - 11A .......... Schaefer, Edna - 10A ...........,. Schaefer, Herbert -- 12B ........ . Scharmer, Carolyn - 11B 1-95 ..............40-97-99 ...........40-72-108 , .......,....,......,... 40 1-69-103 51-110-114-117 ..,...........40-64-65 .. ,,..,.,..,,......... 40 .. ,,.,...,,,,,,. 40 .. ........,.., .40 .. ............,,,..... 51 12-137 . ,.....,,,.,. 40 ............40-84 .. ..,......... 40-97 .. ...., .. 51 ,.....40 .. ,............. ...54 .. .... .51 Schmidt, James - 11A .....,,.,,,........ 40-64-109 Schmieding, Connie - 11B ....... . ,,..........,..., ,,.44 Schmieding, Virginia - 11A ,....... ,,,.,....,.. .51 Scholz, Donna - 11A .. ..... . ...,,,,... ,,,,..., ...,, . . . Schott, Harlyn - 10A ,..,...... .,.,...,...,,, . 40 Scholz, Lee - 10A ....,............ ...........,,..,,.....,. 4 0 Schottey, Mary - 12B .......,,...... . .........54-115 Scouten, Delores - 11B ......,,.. ..,,.,, .... ........,. 4 A 4 Schreiber, Albert -- 11A ............. ...,.............,,..,, .... ,...., . Schreiber, Jerry - 11A ....,...,,..,... 51-90-99-101- 105-106-110-127 40 Schultz, Paul -- 10A ....,......,........,., .... ,........,............... Schultz, Paul - 11A ...........,.,..,....... ................ . .51 Schumacher, Sally - 12B ..........,. ........,,,... .,......., Schutter, Larry - 10A ,,........... Schutter, Ronald - 10A .......... Scott, Kenneth - 10A ......... Scott, Pat - 10A ............,..... Scott, Vandel - 11A ,.,...... Scull, Iudith - 10A ............ Seewald. James - 10A ......, .......,.,,...40-64-83 45 Seguin, Terry - 11B ., ..........,..... ............. . . Seiferlein. Serge - l1A ,.,,, ........,.... . Sl Seifers, Carol - IIA .......,,,... ,.... ..,. . . .. 51 Serf, Patricia - 11A ........,,,......,....., ...,....,. .... 5 I Semelbauer, Roger - 10A ...,..,. .,....,,,.................... , Shafer, Howard - 10A ..........,, ...,,,....,,. .40-64 Shannon, Nancy -- 11B .,..,,.......,........., 45-116-132 1 ww T Sharp, Patricia - 10A ..........., Sharp, Terry - 10A ....,..... Shatney, Robert - 10A ........ Y Shaw, Necia - 10A .......,.,,,,..........,.,,....,.... 40-72-101 Sherriff, Dolores - 10A ............ .,.......,,........,........ 4 0 Shepard, Barbara - 10A .....,... .....,...,.........,......,. 4 0 Shepard, Carol - 11A ...,,........., .....,....... 5 1-90-96 Shepherd, Johnny - 11A ......... ....,.................. 5 1 Shepherd, Judith - 10A ........., ..........,.. 7 2-109 Shirk, Linda - 11A ,,...........,,,,., .......,,......... 5 1 Shively, Tom - 10A ........,,...., .........,... 4 0 Shoultz, Leroy - 10A ,,.. ........ Showers, Conda -- 11A Showers, Marian - 11A Shullenberger, Sibley, Everett Siders, Gerrie Siegel, Judi - Sietsema, Ted Sietsema, Tom Sievers, Helen Sikkenga, Bob Silky, Charles Sally -- - 10A -11A 11A ........, -11A --10A -11A -11A - 10A 12B 1-82-1 17 51-103-109-114 Simonson, Carmen - 10A ............,.,.. ,,.....,,.......,, . ....40 Simpson, Ben - 11A .,........ Siplon, Dorothy - 11B .... .45-97-105-106-117 l-97- 1 37 ...52-93-108 ,,....,....40-97 ......,40 .. .. .. 52 .. ,........ 55 .. ......,., 40 ..40 . .....,,.,. 45 Sironen, Jacqueline - 10A .,,.......,......,...,.........,,... 40 Sischo, Richard - 11A ..,........... Sisson, Dale - 11B ...,.,...,...,.... Six, Charleen - 11A ,..,....... Six, Sharon -- 10A .....,............ Skinner, Robert - 12B ......... Skow, Beverly - 10A .,,.,,,.... Slater, Dave - 10A .....,.....,. Slater, David - 11A .,......., Slater, David -- 12B ........,, Slater, Mary - 10A ..... .. Slater, Joan - 10A ........ Sloan, Ellen - 11B ............. Slocu Ken - 11B ......,... Smith, ms Smack, Leslie - 11A .....,... Bonnie -- 10A .... .. ......,.,.. .45 .. . 52-70 ..,, .. 40 Smith, Charles - 10A .......,.... .....,, .,,. Smith, George - 10A .....,...... .......,,, 4 1 Smith, Georgia - 11B ,.....,........ ..,,,........ ..,... . .45 Smith, James -- 11A .....,..............,. ............ ,,,,.... ,,...... 4 1 Smith, Judith -- 10A ....... ,.,....,,. . H41-90-109-116 Smith, Ken - 10A .. .... .,.. . .. ,.,,....,, ...4l-99 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Mary - 11A Robert - 12B ....,., Rodger - 10A ,,,... .... Ruthann - 10A Sandra - 10A .. Sandra - 1 1 A Sneed, Becky - 10A ......,, Snook, Dan - 10A ..,.,..,,... .. Snow. Sandra - 10A .,,,,,., , Snowfleet, Jim - 11A Soderstrom, Beverly - Souser, Donald - 10A Souser, Richard - 10A Souser, Robert - 10A .......,,.., Southland, Phil - 11A Sowles, Gordon - 10A Spencer, William - 11A ..... ........ 52-94-115 ,,....., ...41 . ......,,, .41 .,....52-72 .....,,., 41-99 1- 101 ........52 11A ........ ........,, . 52 Spter, Judie -- 11B ,,.......,...,. Spoelma, Jack - 12B ......... Spoelma, Jerry - 12B ...,,..,,,, Sprankle, Betty - 10A Springstead, Don - 10A .. Spyke, Sharon - 11A ............ St. Amand, John - 12B ....,, St. Amour, Gerald - 12B Stanley, Joyce - 10A ......... .. .. Stanton, Ronald - 10A ...,,. Stapel, Carol - 10A .......,....... Stapel, Della -- 12B . ..., ..... . Stapel, Paul - 10A ..,,,..... Stark, Chuck -- 11A ....,.....,. , Stark, Darlene - 11A ,...,,.... Start, Joann - 11A ............ ,.... Stenberg. Dan - 10A .,..,,.., .. Stein, Julie Ann - 10A Steuerwald, Donna - 11A H. ...... H41 tffffisa ffffsi-104 m-.M-s4-132 .,,.ms4-132 mmmma,41 ......,,..4l-64 M ,ii....., sz 41 ...41 ..41 ..,,.........41-101 ..., .... 9 9-101 ...........52-99 .. ....,,....,, ...,,. . ...41 .41-90-1 17 Stewart, Don - 11B ..,,........,................. 45-64-65-69 Steward, Wilbert - 11A ......... ,...... ...,...,....,............. 6 6 Stickls, James - 10A ..,...,.,.........,,...,....,........,.................. , Stiles, Dick - 11B ...,.,..........,,,,,..,....,......, 45-69-90-99 Stoddard, Kay - 11A ............ ....,......,.,........... 5 2-96 Stong, Carol - 11A .,..,. ,......... Stoops, William - 11A .....,,,, Storm, Martin - 11A ......... ............,52-68 ...........52-103-114 Stott, Barbara - 11B .........,. Stovern, Wayne - 10A ..,...... Strandberg, Ada - 11A .....,......... ,,...,.........41-64 Strandberg, Donna - 10A ......,.,...........,................,. 41 Strandberg, Roberta - 11A ...., ,... ............... 5 2 -112 Strandberg, Mary Ann - 11B .. ......,..,...........,.... 45 Street, Gary - 10A ....,,,..,..,......,,,..,.....,... ,,,......... 9 9 Stressman, Fred -- 12B .,.,,...,,.......... ............ 5 4 Stribley, Ronald - 11A ,.....,.. .. .,.,........ 52 Strickler, Millicent - 11A ......,.... .......,..... 5 2 Stringham, Patricia - 12B .........,. ................,, 5 4 Stuit, Gayle - 11A .,........................ .....,...... 5 2-116 Sturgeon, Judith - 11A ....,..,,... .,..,..,......,.....,..... , . Sturgis, David - 11A .. .........,,,.. ...... ..... S 2 -114 Summerfield, Deo - 12B ........, Summer, Sandy - 11A ...,........ 1QQffEE1ii8 '.'. Swanker, Sandra - 10A ..,,,,.... Swanson, Arnold - 10A ......,.,.,, Swanson, Jeanette - 11A ,...,.., Swanson, Swanson, Sandra - 10A ,....,...,.. Lynn - 11A ......... Swartz, Jerry - 10A ..,..,...,...,.. Swayer, Doreen, 10A ..,,....... Sweet, Keith - 11A ...,....,,... Talmadge, Sandra - 11A .. Taylor, Barbara - 11A ,,..,..... Taylor, Barbara - 10A .. Taylor, Carol - 10A .......,.. Taylor, Nancy - 11A ..,,..... ...., Taylor, Patricia - 11B ,,.,.,...,,.... TenBrink, Carole - 10A ....,. Terpenning, Nancie - 11A . Teuling, Bonnie - 11A ....,,, . . Thedorff, Tom - 10A Thelin, Jonia - 10A ,,,,., .,., Thielbar, Shirley - 11A . . ..... .. Thiel, Linda - 11A ...... .. ..... .. Thies, Harley - 11B . . . ...............4l-92 'ffI5El59 .mmwmsz mQffffXi -. ,.,. .52-105 ............52-114 . .....,..,.,,. 52 .. . 41-97 41-97 .. ...,,, 52-95 .52-95 .52-101 .. .....,.......,...... 41 ..41-101 . , . ...............,..... 52 52-92-115 Thompson, John -- 11A ...52-104-110-111 Thompson, Tom O. - 12B . Thomas, Barbara - 11B ...,,...... . Thompson, Bob - 10A ......55-60-70-96 . ........ ......, ...,.,...,. 4 5 . ............,.,,,..,...... 1.41 Thompson, Thomas A. - 10A . .... ,.,,,,.,.. 41-65 Thompson, Tommy E. - 10A Thornberg, Bruce - 11A .,.,, Thornton, Jim - 10A ..... ......., ........ ...... ,.,,. . ,..., 4 1 Thorson. Bob - IIB .,,,.,, ..,,,..... ..., . , ,..45-64 Tibbs, Mary Lou -- 10A ...... ......, .........,,.... . 41 Tielbar, Pat -- 10A .. .........,. .. .... . .,.41-94-115 Tietsort, Wanda - 10A .,...., . . . ..,,,.., ,,.,,,.,.. . .41 Tillotson, Peg - 10A .. .............. ...... . . ..... ..,,,,,, . ..41 Timmer, Charles - 11A . ,,............... .... . ..,,..,52-60 Timmer, Jack - 11A ..,,, .....,.,......... . SZ-66-70-115 Tindall, David - 10A . ...,....,,.,.,,,, . . ,.....,,, .,...4l Tinsley, Ed - 12B .......... ..,,... . .. ..,, . ........... ........,,,.. . ..55 Titus, Fred - 11A ...... 52-93-105-106-110-127 Titus, Linda - 11A ......, ..... ,........ ,.......,. . . 5 2-95-99 Titus, Sandra - 10A ....... ................... 4 1-93-94-115 Todd, Norma - 12B ............,.,,,.... ...... . ..............,,... 5 5 Toman. Carole - 12B ....... .......... Tomasiewiez, Matt - 11A ,. Toppen, Robert - 10A .. .......... ,. Toppen, Robert - 11A .. Torrenga, Ken - 10A .... .,.....52-113 Totten, Ross - 11B .. ......... 1.45-64-65-68 Town, Donald - 10A ,....... ..,.,...........,................ 4 1 Travis, Karen - 11A , Tripp, Douglas --' 10A ......... Tripp, Jack - 10A ......... Tromp, Nancy - 12B .. ..... .. Trute, Gordon - 10A . ..... . Tufts, Arthur - 11A ...... . . Turk, Charles - 1lA ................ Turns, Beverly - 10A ,.......,. Touri, Tom - 10A .,...,..,,... . .., ....... 52-96 -tffffffli .m- H55-109 mm.mmm41 .mrtmsz ,QffffXi mM.,41-115 213 Wirt, Mary - 10A ..... ..,,,..........,... Tyler, John - Tyrrell, Janet 11A ..,.........,.. 11A ...,.,.... .,..,....,...52-55-58-70 Woods, Fred - 11A .,,....,....... Uganski, John - 10A ..,,,..... Ullmer, Paul - llB ............ .........,.,,45-68-71-87 41 Ulmer, Karen -- 10A ........., ,..,,........ ..... ,..,......,,. Ulrich, Van - 12B ,.... ...... .....,.............,,..... 5 5 Upson, Noren - 10A ......,... ........,., 4 1 Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Jane. - 11A ..,..........,,.......,...................... 55-99 Marte Darlene - 10A ..................,,,,,.... 42 Robert - 10A ........,,........................,.... 42-64 Rogeru- 11A ......,.....,.....,...,.. ,......,........ 5 5 Vanderkooi, Jack - 11B ........... .,......... 9 9 VanderLeest, Sharon - 10A ...,...,.. .,.,................, 4 1 VanderLaan, Marcia - 10A ............,..,,.,............,.... 41 Vanderlind, Nancy - 11A ...,......,,...... 52-114-115 VanMaastricht, Judy - 11B .........,.....,...........,,.,...,, 45 VanderMolen, Karen - 12B .......,.......,......., 55-96 VanderMolen, Valyda - 11A ......,,........,.,........,.. 52 Vanderstelt, Carol - 10A ,.....,,... ............,.......,. 4 1-99 VanderWeg, James - 11B ..,.................. 45-64-96 Vanderberg, Judith - 11B .,....,...... ,.... ...................... VanDyke, Wayne - 12B ...,,,...........,.....,.........,,. 55-99 Vanllegenmorter, Marv - 11A .,...,......... 52-116 VanRiper, Ralph - 12B ..,................................,......... 55 Varga, Erma -- 11A ........,..,......,.............,.,,........,......... 52 Varin, Ruth - 11A ,......,,........................ 52-80-93-96 Vasquez, Dolores - 11A ..,..,.,,,............,,................,, 52 Vasquez, Shirley - 10A ,..., Veldhuis, Nova - 11A ,...,. ....., Veldman, 'Jeanne - 10A ........ ............. 4 1-97 Venske, R oda - 11A ....,...,.,...... ................ 5 2 Verburg, Charles - 11A ............. ..... ..................... 5 2 Verhoeven, Donald - 10A .,..........,....,............ 41-99 Verschueren, Mary - 10A ...........,...,,........,,,................. Villanueva, Carol - 10A ..........,..,,......... 41-94-113 Virag, Steve - 11A ...........,. ,..,.,,. .......................,.. 5 3 Visscher, Gene - 10A ........,... Visser, Arthur - 11A ....,..... Visser, Jean - 11B .,........,..... ,....,..,....... 4 5 Vledder, Marva - l2B .,,,,,......... ....... . .55-116 Vontom, Catherine - 10A Vredeveld, Alan - 11A ..... Vulgaris, Gus - 12B ...,,.,.......................,,....,...,. 72-135 Vulgaris, Joan - 10A ....,.,..,........,,..., 42-97-112-116 Vulgaris, Matina - 10A ...,,,,,.............,,.... 42-90-97- 105-108-116 Waalkes, David - 10A .. ,........,... ...,..,. ,,,, 4 2 -65-97 Wabindato, Leonard - 10A .....,...,.,.............,....... 42 Wade, Roger - 11A ,,......,.............. 53-58-60-70 Wadkins, Lyndia -- llA ...,.........................,............ 53 Waggoner, Stewart -- 11A ..............,,......,..,............. 53 Wagner, Kathy -- 10A ...,.,...,.......,,,,, ...,...... 4 l-99-116 Wagner, Virginia - 11A .......... ....,..,......,.... 5 3-99 Wainwright, Carol - 12B Wainwright, Doris - 11B ......,,. Wait, Joyce - 11B .,,,,.....o.......,,. Walker, Walton - 10A ,........ Walker, Darlene - 10A .,,..,. Anderson, Linda ....,,.., Christiansen, Jo Ann ..,.... David, Delores .,,.... Dobb, Larry .,......... Hansen, Dick ..,,.... 214 .........,45-116 .,..,.....42-104 .........l7l Walker, Simmte - 11A ........,,......... ...........,............... Walsworth, Marva - 10A .......,,... .,........... 4 2-99 Walters, Franklin -- 10A ,....., ...............,................... 4 2 Walthouse, Betty - 11A ....,............,.......,.........,......... 53 Ward, Mary - 11A .........,.. 53-105-106-107-127 Warner, Iva - 10A ......,,,.,............ ,.,............................... 4 2 Warner, Russell - 10A ......, ,.... ..... , ........,.................. 4 2 Warren, Dick - 11A .... ,, .........., 53-68-72-96-109 Watson, Willie - 10A .............................. 42-64-101 Weatherly, Elaine - 10A ...,...............,..,................... 42 Weatherly, Hollie - 10A ...,,...... Weatherly, Ollie - 10A ..,....., Weaver, Jim -- IIA ..,.......... Webb, Roberta - 11A .......,.. Webster, Bob - 11A .......... .,.........-iz .,.,......fffQfi'i'5 Weck, Janice - 11B ..............,,,. ..,........,,.,................ 4 5 Weick, Barbara - 11B .........,.., ....... ,,,,. 4 5 -97-109 Wenk, Gene - 10A ........... ,........,. .......,.,.............,,........,. 4 2 Wentzloff, Bruce - 11B ...........,........, 45-64-71-87 Wentzlof, Jack - 10A .,........ West, Harold - 10A ........,.... Westedt, Terry - 11A ..,......... Westlund, lim - 10A ,.,. ......... , . Wheaton , Joyce - 11A .......,,.. Wheeler, Greg - 10A ............ Wheeler, Jerry - 10A ..,,,....... Wheeler, Jim - 11B ......,...... Wheeler, Paul - 12B ..,,. .,... White, Allen -- 10A .....,.. White, Karen - 10A .......... white, Lloyd - 10A .,,.,...........,. Wierda, Janice -- 12B ....,....... Wierenga, Harry - 10A ..,...... Wierenga, Lyle - 12B .....,..,... Wierengo, Joan - 11A ..,.,,... Wierengo, Joyce - 11A .....,,,. Wierengo, Wilcoxson, Barb Wilde, Darleen - Wildfang, 'Ron Max - 10A .....,... - 10A ......,,. 10A ...,,,...... -- 10A ....,,.......,... Wilhelm, Rebecca - 11B Wilkie, Mary Ann - 11A Williams Williams, Williams Williams , Alien - 10A ......... .53-97 .........53-90-96 , ............... 42 53 Clifford ...,.................,....... .......,.......,............. . Williams, Ronald - 11B Williams Williams Wayne - 11A , Roger - 10A .,...... , Shirley - 11A ffffffff Williamson, Phyllis - 11B """ Willson, Jim - 10A .................. illil Wilson, Jane - 10A ..,.,.,,, ,.,, . . Wilson, Joann - 11A .......... Wilson, Wanda - 11B ...,,,....,. , Nancy - 10A ............ .......... 4 2-84-94 ...42-97 ....,,...,..42-92 Wimmer, Joseph -- 11A .,,........ Winglet, Edward - 10A .. .......42-105- 106-112 Wirrick, John - 10A ....................,.....................,.............. Wiseman, Jerry - Witham, Danny - Witkop, Betty Lou Wittkopp, Albin - Wijnbelt, Alida - Wijnbelt, Johanna Woirol, Patricia - 10A ..,,,,... 10A .,,.,......... 10A .......,.. 10A .,.....,. 11A ......... 10A ......... 10A ...... Wolf, Kurer - 10A .................,... Wolthorn, Penny - 10A ....,.... Wood, Lois - 11A ......,........ Wood, Lynn - 11A ............,.,,.,......,.... Wood, Sandra -- 11A ...,.................. Woodard, Harriet - 10A . Woodring, Judy - 10A ,,..,. Workman 3 Workman, Workman 1 Workman, Workman, Gene -- 11A .......,..... George - 11A James -- 11A .. Mike - 10A ....., Marlene -- 11A Wright, Caralee - 11A . ..,,....,. ., August Graduates Herrington, Sheri ........... Jacobs, Ronald .......... Jensen, Marva .........., Kriss, Maxine ........., Leroux, Winona ........ . 100-17 1 108 .,........42-92-97 .....,.....,........55-97 42-72-90-105- 109-116 , ..........,. 55-60 ........,.,.,55-99 Wright, ,Dan - 10A ............,.. .....,.,....... 4 2 Wright, Judith - 11A ................. ,........,................ 5 3 Wybengo, Gerald - 11B .............,............................ 45 Wysozan, Marilyn - 10A ......,.....,,,.......,. 42-94-115 Yates, Gail - 10A ....,............., ....... .... 4 2 Yates, Rodger - 11B ............ Yonkers, Carol -- 11A ......... Yordy, Douglas - 11A .,,......., Yordy, Dudley - 11A ...,..... Young, Donna - 11A ....... Yoder, Lois - 10A .....,,.,.,,..,...... Yonkman, Roger - 10A Young, Leon - 10A ......,......,, Young, Robert - 11A .......,. Younts, Gail - 10A .,...... Young, Bob - 11B ..........,,........., ..,,......53-132 132 .............53-70 ..........45-64-65 Zachariason, Joanne - 10A ....,......,,..,,. 43-97-99 Zadonick, Larry - 10A .......,...... Zarnes, Steven - 11A ............... ............ 1 05 Zeedyk, Barbara - 10A ........, ............., . 43 Zeller, Thomas - 10A ..........., ,.... .............. 4 3 Zirk, Evelyn - 10A ........,,,.,.,.......... ...........,. 4 3-93 Zuidema, Ray - 12B ...........,............, ..,..., , ........ 5 5 Zachariason, Marialice - 11A ......... ........,,, 5 3 Zeanwick, Ernest - 11A ................... ...................... Zimmerman, Robert - 11A ..,...,... ................. . H53 Zirk, Edna - 11A .......,..............,..... ......,........ 5 3-101 Zue, Charles - 10A ..................,. .............,. 9 9-101 Zeeman, Nancy - 11B ...,...,.,.. Zissler, Gerald - 11B .......,,.. Zylman, Maryellen - 11B McGahan, Dorothy ...,....... Osborn, Marcia ,.......,.. .. Signs, Jutly ............... Stapel, LaVern ........ Venske, David ...,..... ,.,..........45-64 .,........7o-171 . . . . and so you have come to the end of this year's story. We hope you have had a pleasant time reminiscing over events and renewing acquaintances with your classmates. As staff members, we wish to thank all persons who have helped to make this yearbook possible, especially courtesies extended by the adminis- tration and faculty of M. H. S., Mr. Harvey Paulson, the "Muskegon Chronicle," Radium Photo Service, Lyle Christenson's Studio, Mr. Harvey Hermanson of Dana Printing Co., M. H. S. Photography Class, and our Advertisers. STAFF Muskegon High .............. ...,............ A nna Rose Haga and Nancy Webster Undergrads ................, ...,........................... J anis Lutz and Mary Ann Henriksen Sports .................... ............. J erry Schrieber, Fred Titus, and Sue Andrews Knowledge ............ ............,.......................,................................................ 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