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

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I MRS QUAIL The outstandlng quallty or characterlstlc of Mrs Quail IS her unfaulmg champlonshlp of the teenagers She has stnven to glve the student a chance to express hnmself an a con structlve way In class room experlences She has glven of herself unfalllngly to the student who has problems and has become a counse lor to many Her frankness her keen sense of humor and her demand for good work has endeared her to her students Not only has Mrs Quall gwen unstmtmgly of herself to the school but also to the com munlty where she has been actlve In her church and local community organlzatlons Muskegon Hlgh School has been rlcher for havlng Mlss Raue and Mrs Quail on the teachmg staff Our best washes go with them as they leave our school MISS RAUE Mlss Ethel Raue has taught at M H S for many years and has earned the respect of her students and colleagues for her flne prlncl ples of character and scholarshnp She has constantly encouraged students to do their best even as she has glven her best to mam tam the hugh standards of our school As evudence of her mterest In the teachmg profession she helped orgamze the Future Teachers Club In our hugh school Mlss Raue has also been most active In the Muskegon Teachers Club servmg as press dent and an many other leadership capacl tles ln addltlon she has been vltall Inter Y ested In many community projects and organ :zatlons I I I 0 . . 1 , . . o I - . M CQ! 'a s Om can As Socrates spends a year at MHS he has selected a few highlights such as the all time high enrollment of 2000 plus the special as semblles the need for extra class rooms in Junior floor corridors the three period lunch hour the continuous use of the auditorium during the day for varied purposes and the last mid year grad uatlon - High, the. addition of vending machines on first l . ' '. . . ' I - , ' ' ' I I I I l I i I - - - - I 2 - I 'K' RX X ! PM x"L,.vML 5 "I Y ,li 's S The tamlllar entrance to Sensor Hugh mvltes us to enter wwwwqm 71 s Meet Socrates the Owl who IS taklng an lmagmary trlp through our school As he arrives he sees our beautiful campus next upon entermg our school he sees thlngs that happen Most llkely our vlsntor will appear when school IS In sesslon Many thlngs meet has eye the large number of people an the halls and lndwldual actlvltles He will leave the halls and attend the workings of our school classes assemblies our other forms of entertainment and business Our campus with trees so tall and mvntung shade beckons students to whale away mmutes before school opens zz '12 , 19' s H3 l llllf lflll Q! The corridors crowded with busy students hurrying up and down stairs to classes 646041 caamidllc He observes the lockers that burst to overflowing with everything imaginable He notices students exchanging gossip in groups of twos or threes lounging over the waste baskets Others are scurrying to their classes with arms laden with books Some saunter casually holding hands, oblivious of others He hears the shrill voices and giggles of girls and the throaty laughter of boys Pandemonium reigns for a brief ten minutes Then all is quiet How can so much fit into such a small place is the question foremost in Clark Gable's mind at this moment. Donna Dykema is trying hard to add something to her already overloaded locker. 5, 2' 1 x l ll I" my f' A famlhar scene In the study hall before classes begun Some get the latest gossip whsle others put the frnlshmg touches to thelr home work andfor breakfast with Lunch flnally "l m starved meet the ears of Socrates when the bell for lunch rmgs There IS a sudden scurry toward the vendlng machines located on the flrst floor Mulk frult IUICE, and candy are exchanged for nlckles and dlmes rollmg unto the machines When everything dues down, the whole performance IS repeated with all Its ac companylng sounds and smells Candy wrappers are ripped off trays clash agamst the serving counter, and even the cash register rmgs up the totals Fresh apples crunch open and steamlng foods emlt wonderful smells Socks dander IS really roused when thus same performance IS repeated the third time Why Isnt once enough? The answer IS easy We have a trlple lunch period QM: The three foreign students Dorothea Doehmer Eckhardt Most a d Lv Rogstad are trymg to learn the me chamcal wonders of Muskegon High by experimenting with the mllk machme located In the first floor hall Tv , J X -x ' 4+ l lg. ' 1 1 ' ff , L, my , 14 xx ,w,-.wif gf M N I O I ll ' ll I Il . . .' . . , ' A K . ,c fl I Q , I 4 fx 1 2,7 ,X , at V E V V Y' n hi- X I ,L:, Q -L., 1' -s-.ve x '-N Charles Bursey examines a Fmmsh knife brought back from that A favorite alter lunch gathering place I5 the Cove Many students country by Ed Wmgler our foreng1 exchange student of last summer come here for the fmnshmg touches ot theur lunches rffiaf Many thlngs can be observed durlng the day a chance to admlre a knife from Finland lunch at the Cove across the street, or an assembly with the added at tractlon that It as In the stadium Instead of crowded Into the audltorlum The A F S sent Ed Wmgler to Europe last summer and Luv Rogstud IS attending our school this year Lunches at noon or a candy bar between classes lure students to the Cove at almost any time of the day Students enter sectuon F m the staduum for an outdoor pep assembly Thenr expressions turnush a study n attutudes QW? ' --1 '.l 1 ' P. 0 I , 'Z ' 7' x f ' I Xa Q " ff K' hx---N ,I I h . v ' xg X I 14 ar . y - , If Qt -T '1. . f . , I ' ww y ' , V. y , 1 " ,N , . I V . t ' , . . . ' A who is explaining its construction. A' 9 J a 0 n 006 . I - A 5 : ' Y-JY , if 1510 af A llvely pep assembly sparks the splnt ot the students especially those who will be attending the football game tonight Wegottdepep Wegutleateam Go Flght Wm' Socrates can hardly belreve hus ears Whoever sald Muskegon Senlor Hugh never had any pep' This IS the llveluest group of klds he has ever seen He notices that besides the Bug Red cheerleaders there are the lndlans and the Llttle Red cheerleaders to asslst the teams on to vlctory No wonder Muskegon wlns so many of Its games jf Z7 .A 3 These gals. Karen Stulp, Terry Ccllmge, Elame Humanick lead the cheers for the Reserves and do a mighty fine job. Students participate in an assembly and help demonstrate rhythms of Latin American music Willie Watson is expert on the bongo drums while Duck Danhof Carol VanderStelt and Sandra Swanson assist with various per cussion instruments felaxeafofz 5 Sock is very pleased with our assemblies They are both entertaining and inspirational He finds the musical program presented by by emphasizing the rhythms of modern and classical music The Christmas pageant with its effective costuming and lighting effects gave just the right touch to emphasize the true meaning of Christmas Fear not the angel is telling the shepherds during our Christmas assembly the Smyths both informative and entertaining Pete Sheldon of North Muskegon is presenting the sportsmanship trophy to Karl Hesse and Dave Cooke at one of the pep assemblies. 'qfcncczge we won Me hugely." The pride and joy of our school, Socrates finds, is the sportsmanship trophy won last year. The students are determined to keep it for the next two years and thus make it ours for keeps. Sock applauds their true sportsmanshke efforts This IS how the sportsmanship trophy was won Even the teachers cheer at our basketball games LA A if 4 N Q X' 'E 3 vlgfi N X A c , fat g 'fy 5 , s , pgs f ff ,A 4, 71315 Em z'4e7fz4cltoWccZofzq Besides attendmg home games Sock goes on an excursson to Battle Creek sponsored by Booster Club Going everyone IS mtent upon wlnmng a game but comnng back all that sounds good IS e Much preparatlon goes Into an excursion procur mg a bus and selllng tickets making pom poms and slgns and arrangmg for food No one not even Sock can cheer wlthout the proper equipment and a full stomach If 1 'Qt Big Red Indians and cheerleaders are welcoming the arrival of the King and Queen The cheerleaders are lim Cramer Wendy Houghton Ruth Clock Pat Knop Leslie Eldridge Peggy Wainwright Dave Carlson and Sue Zachariason The Indians are Sanford Miller and Bob Jenson VI 'Wcrybpq ?d4t4 ,4wcuz! Zaqaltq Every year, our Homecoming the Royal Ramp, is held complete with King Queen, and all the attendants Their royal day starts by coming to the gym in the afternoon for pictures, then a chance to relax until game time The Queen and her court are brought onto the field in convertibles Sock finds out that everyone is very pleased when the grand entrance is made After the game the royal group is brought back to the gym for the coronation ceremonies King Dave Cooke is assisting Queen Julie Joneson from the car while Charles Bursey looks on. Terry Locke as plannlng a touch down m honor of the Royal Party watchung at the snde hnex 4 'Zfame The ceremonles start wrth the flourtsh of trumpets whnch heralds the entrance of the royal entourage The procession approaches to the stage where the coronatlon chalrs awalt them The crowns are placed on the royal pour by guest celebrntues usually last year s queen Amrd cheers from the crowd the ceremonues are completed and the Royal Romp begms Last years queen Peggy Mlxer has lust crowned Dave Cooke Kung Queen Julxe Joneson Mayor Carlson the rumor attendants Sharon Boyle and Roger Locke and the sophomore attendants Karen lohnson and Ium Erickson look on I f Ed Wingler and Ruth Ann Hartman are busy registering some girls who are attending College Night. f 2. g w i ,fl " Owl! college, " A sure sign that high school life is coming to an end is College Night. For this event Muskegon Senior High and Muskegon Heights High loin together This is a chance to find out what kind of college one would like to attend Sock peeks in on discussions of large universities, small colleges, co educational, for girls only military schools, and private schools, they are all represented The representative from Stephens Junior College rs discussing with a group of girls the benefits of attending the school he represents Iellflen Co Umof ,J- ,..,.,-v if 06 .. ff ,Q . Y? 't "Pu- -l Q.. Mr Lynn of the Camera Centre Fremont us taking prctures of Dorothy Reed for the Saud and Done 7weZae Zen Wm ca fflmaaz' 54141494 44' Another slgn that June IS comlng up fast as sensor plctures for the annual and measurements for caps and gowns Every year a photographer comes to take the pictures of all the sensors several weeks after the undergrads pictures are taken Several proofs are returned to the sensor for the selection ofthe one which will appear In the year book Soc rs even trylng to get Into the act by measurmg humself No one wants to be left out of the Important act of bemg measured for hrs cap and gown A representative from Calleguate Cap and Gown Company ls measuring Janet Coopers head snze for her graduation mortarboard O me an cuumfzq ?zw92fzeczm4z'o QQ lp Makmg decoratrons for the prom ns a bug lob done by the Student Council The senlors for whom thus prom rs belng grven graduate In January the last Muskegon Senlor Hugh class to do so This year the Student Council sponsored the event June ln January Soc attended many of the production sessions and funds much time and effort IS devoted to making this one of the most colorful events of the year Wuth the decoratnons completed the Ights a e dnrnmed and the prom begins ,oe wk ludy Katz and John Allen are decorating the memonal to war veterans whlch rs located on our campus 7Zeuefaz'a6'e On Memorial Day the graduating semors glve their respects to the war veterans by placmg flowers and flags on the memonal located on the campus The last few mlnutes before the graduatlon cer emony are taken up wlth flurrles of preparatlon Socrates IS as exclted as everyone else with the events Just a few more moments and the semors wlll be the graduates of 1958 So the school year comes to a close with flnal good byes and well wishes exchanged by the students Barb Dutmer watches as Harold Ellaott and Janice Ebrecht are makmg tlnal adgustments before the graduahon ceremonles '51 I V EN xt '? 1 ,,, A ,h,, I 4 V h hy f -.4 V Q - 1 .Q -- ste. r '5--4, .H 1 nv rr I I Q . . . 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M a s Socrates knows full well that wlthout the com petent dlrectlon of our admlmstrators faculty and functions of the school Muskegon Senior Hugh would not be so well known In our community They help us achieve the goals that we have set In acqulrlng knowledge and thus they help us to keep the tradltlons of Muskegon Senlor Hugh allve and progressive D I I I counselors who lay the plans and supervise the 35 2? 4-5'x,'ff Z I w. in MR HUTTENGA A graduate ot Western Muchrgan Unwersnty lA B l and the Unrversrty ot Mrchugan 1M AJ I5 the director ot Vocatlonal Educatron Mr Edward Huttenga He enjoys all sports espec rally huntung and hslung and IS a member ct many community organizations Hrs travels mclude the southern and western parts of the Umted States MR BURDICK A member of the Exchange Club Torch Club Unlversrty ot Mlchlgan Club and the Y M C A Council rs our prlnclpal Mr Murlal G Burdick He enpoys golf and budge and mslsts that the most needed Improvement at M H S IS a faculty dmmg room Mr Burdlck holds AB and M A degrees and claims that he always wanted to teach school r . MR. IHRMAN Our assistant principal, Mr. Donald L. lhrman, is a graduate of Hope College rA.B.l and Western Michigan University lM,A,l. He is active in the Y's Mens Club and enjoys sailing, reading, and traveling. He states that his childhood ambition is questionable Q' MRS KYES And what does Mrs Alice Kyes 4A B and A Ml think about MHS? We could have the best sible school in the U A even with e present equipment if each student would seriously assume responsibility f ra sing h level of achievement rn each class and maintaining the highest standards of personal integrity she says Mrs Kyes is our assistant principal and enloys art and reading She is a member of the Board of the Muskegon County Museum .leadowdop Strlvrng constantly to keep everything running smoothly is the goal of our Administration Sometimes we feel that a new regulation may be in conflict with our own opinion, but always upon closer examination we find that it rs for the good of the magorrty Through good leadership and action such as this, our administration MISS HERKIMER Miss Emily Herkimer the homemaking supervisor at our high school is a member of the AA U W She holds both a B S and an M A degree MR KOLBERG Mr Kolberg is a graduate of Western Michigan University and holds a BS degree Mr Kolberg teaches mechanical drawing at MHS and was horn and reared at Grand Haven Michigan H is head ot business go ordination at the Manua uilding Q f -. 'X ' 1 4 'X .A X X pos' H E 'H .S. ., ' ' th I 4 ' or i' 'is I ' V?-f"'b' .H f 1 I manages to run a well organized and highly beneficial institution. 1 f-fr - --vie Q- .-- 1 - F L ,i " " . e .F ysyg . A T A. , - , .. . f,'l ,..-I if T MR DENTON Mr Wulluam Denton has many other Interests besudes counsellung at MHS He belongs to several communuty organuzatuons and IS president of the Greater Muskegon Camera Club He receuved hus BA and MA degrees from Ohuo Wesleyan Unuversuty and the Unuversuty of Muchugan H comes from Wheelung West Vurgunua '7 MISS REID Muss Harruet M Reud holds a B Ed degree and IS a gurls counselor at M H S Muss Reud formerly Instructed courses IH gurls physucal educatuon She IS actuve In many communuty groups and her hobby IS growung roses Zcacilq 2 X LS MR BRAIL German should be offered declared M Frederuck Braul when asked as to what he thought would be the most valuable Improvement for our school Mr Braul has always Iuked mechanucal enguneerrng and has gardenmg and woodworkung for hus hobbues He IS a counselor at M H S and IS a member of the Masonrc Lodge and the Muskegon Teachers Club In our three years of hugh school, we have often hurrued to Room l00 for advuce as to how we should solve our many problems Dauly our counselors are faced wuth a multutude of musfortunes, some large, some small, all varued And dolly these people come up wuth the correct answers for us These questuons often Involve changes of schedules applyung for scholarshups, or for college, selectung a vocahon, or dealung wuth a personal matter So It IS wuth suncere goodwull that we say we greatly apprecuate the work our counselors have done In helpung to guude us through three years at M H S Checkung creduts fulung keepung the records straught and answerung hundreds of questuons for both faculty and students are but a few of the tasks quuckly and effucuently carrued out by the offuce staff whuch Includes Mrs Veutenheumer Mrs Hagstrom Mrs Backer Mrs Adams Mrs Kloester and Mrs Casterlune I ls an 'QS cv mf Our cooks are Mrs McDonald Mrs Hamstra Mrs Denhof Mrs Holcomb and Mrs Swanson Qffddflfdftf 70046 Zedwd Oh where would we be wlthout them? Too often we take the work of our cooks and yanltors for granted but without thelr help we could never exlst as o school They gave us food as good as mom can make, and are kept constantly busy In mckmg our corridors ond class rooms places of which we can be proud The custodnans and mands are Mr Dunlap Mrs Tye Mrs Kroes Mess Pulsufer Mr Zuudema Mr Schuntema Mr Ullnch and Mr Houseman P74 .ew xi px' -.A 1 5 M 1' www xx, Q :mv L-r-3 . N5 A fwmS me cmdscz lt as a language confused wrth many tongues that rf every language had Its own words again there would but a few remain for Englishmen This quotation stated over four centurles ago by John Florlo holds true yet today This rs the goal of our Englush Department to show us how we mrght better use thrs language MRS COUTCHIE Gardennng golf and travel are the Interests of Mrs Sarah Coutchre who tells us that she has traveled throughout the U S Cuba and Mexaco She rs a member of AA U W and IS the advisor of our Carmenta Literary Socrety Mrs Coutchle holds a BA and an M A degree MISS RAUE A sensor Englrsh Instructor of long experience IS Mlss Ethel A Raue who IS retrrrng thus year Mass Raue cnloys travel lshe has been to many parts of the U SA Canada and Europe? and graphology the Interpretation of doodles Mlss Raue IS a member of AAUW the YWCA and Delta Kappa Gamma MRS WINGLER Mrs Peggy Wrngler would luke to see a stronger sense of school crtlzenshrp In each student so that everyone would do hrs asslgnments every day Mrs Wnngler 4A B and M S an Education! teaches semor Englrsh and rs a member of AA UW the Women s Club and the Y W C A MRS QUAIL l m one of the few grandmothers on the faculty comments Mrs Mabel Quarl Besrdes teachmg rumor and sensor Engllsh she also rs actrve rn Quadrangle Club and the Congregational Church She plans to start her travels next year Mrs Quall has a BA degree and a B Ped degree ma zi' MRS OCONNOR To see a hugh standard of scholarship maintained as a basrs of grantmg a drploma IS the wrsh of Mrs Marcella OConnor Sh as a graduate of the U of M and holds an AB deg ee Besldes teaching Englrsh V and VI she rs the advisor to Natronal Honor Socrety MR PLUMMER The USA Canada the Bntrsh Isles and Western Europe are the places that Mr Ralph Plummer a d MA lrsts as has travels He claims that he cant remember what has chnldhood ambrtuon was He enyoys readmg and travel Mr Plummer an Englrsh teacher would luke to see the students classlfled according to abrllty ,eww If Y Sh- H-WK z Zo We learn to express our Ideas and feelungs through the study of vocabulary grammar, and composutuon Added to thus us an understandung and appre cuatuon of Iuterature Courses taught Include general hugh school Englush refresher Englush, and college prepardtory Englush MR WINGLER Mr Dale Ingler IBE MSl tel us that would luke to see some form of reluguous medu tatuon accordung to IndIVIdU3l beluets each mornung Mr Wunglers chuldhood ambutuon was to be a protessuonal musucuan He prevuously taught hustory and Illrterates whale In the Navy durmg World War ll He IS a member of the YWCA and has traveled extensuvely throughout the U S MRS LUNDELL Mrs Thora Lundell who supervuses the Senate Fune Arts Socuety tells us that she enuoys musuc and sewung In her leusure hours Mrs Lundell teaches Englush Ill and IV and holds a BA degree from Concordua College and a MA from the Unuversuty of Muchugan gig 3' yi? 'ot 4 MRS TEVEBAUGH New to our Englush department thus year IS Mrs Patrucua Tevebaugh IBA and MAJ An Englush lll teacher she enuoys collectung stamps and phonograph records She has traveled extensuvely ID both Europe and North Ameruca She says that she looked forward to the day that she would be old enough not to take aruthmetuc MRS GAINEY A longer lunch hour us the school Improvement that Mrs Joan Gauney would luke to see most Mrs Gauney IS new to our hugh school thus year and teaches tenth and eleventh grade Englush She holds a B A degree MRS TERRY New to Senuor Hugh School thus year Mrs Ruth Terry us especually Impressed by the tune school spurut She tells us that she always wanted to be a teacher or a doctor and further adds that her Interests Include flowers travel and tlyung Mrs Terry teaches senuor Eruglush lretresher and non college and holds a BA and MA degree MR HARRISON Mr Wulluam Harruson lABl says that he would luke to see the students on thus campus have the same teelung tor our school that students ot a small college would have Hus chuldhood ambutuon was to be an actor or wruter he us Interested IH photography and musuc Mr Harruson teaches Iournalusm photography and Englush at M H S -1 4 MISS HELVIE As Spanish teacher at M H S Miss Helvres favorite expression is Clase' She is a graduate ot the University of lllinois She enloys and ha done extensive traveling in Mexico South America Canada and the United States MISS MERRITT An escalator for teachers and weak pupils advocated by Miss Edith Merritt as a school im provement She enpoys boating and music and has traveled in the western and southern US ii and in Canada Miss Merritt teaches Latin and holds an A B and M A degree MRS CARLSON Latin and American history are the subjects taught by Mrs Jeanette Carlson a graduate of North western University lA Bl She would like to see honor study halls at MHS Her early ambition was to do luvenile court work MRS TOOL Like taking pictures? Then you have one of the same interests as Mrs Florence Tool who also enpoys collecting French records and French pic tures She has traveled throughout th US Canada Mexico and Europe studying for two years at the Sorbonne in Paris wr Zcuwltie WMMQ In our ever shrinking world the study of foreign languages is continually becoming increasingly important. Today Europe Africa, South America and even the Far East lie out but within a few hours by airplane of our homes, and to be able to know the people of these lands and to be able to communicate with them, we must know their language and their customs. lt is through the study of Spanish, Latin and French that we are able to reach their point' for the study of a foreign language consists of more than merely vocabulary. In a foreign language class we study the history, traditions, beliefs, and customs of the people besides their language. This then is the manner in which foreign language classes are taught at M.H.S. Constantly striving to enrich not only our own lives, but to make our world a better place to live is the aim of these teachers. "L'accent du pays ou l'on est ne demeure dans l'espirit et dans le coeur comme dans le language . . . The accent of one's country dwells in the language." This quotation, stated originally in French, may well be thought of as the "Golden Rule" of our foreign language department. gs MR POLING Fundung tume to fush seems to be the buggest problem facung Mr Frank Polung the durector of our senuor play and a teacher of speech and raduo at M H S He tells us that he has always wanted to teach Mr Polung holds an AB degree and belongs to Cuvuc Theatre MR KIRN A graduate of Central Muchugan College and a holder of a bachelor of scuence degree us Mr John Kurn Mr Kurn teaches speech advanced speech and debate Mr Kurn has traveled throughout Europe and says that he would luke to see an applucatuon of knowledge to lute H enjoys musuc as a hobby Z7 MRS REDMOND .MWQX claim Mrs Frances Redmond speech and Englush teacher tells us that she would luke to see a student pount system set up un our school Sh s member of the Cancer Socuety and the YWCA Camp Commuttee She holds a BA degree MR VAN CAMP Mr Lewus R Van Camp Luttle Reds football coach and M H S speech teacher enjoys huntung fushung and readung He says that hus chuldhood ambutuon was to be a lawyer He belongs to the Luons Club and the Masonuc Lodge Van Camp holds a BA degree ln todays world the abuluty to speak well wuth claruty and pouse us more um portant than ever before Today we are quute frequently called upon to guve a report, make a presentatuon or formal untroductuon, or to just say a few words All of these utems requure specual traunung Thus us the traunung that the speech teachers at Muskegon are struvung to guve to theur students through needed speech classes The speech teachers at Muskegon Hugh School struve to make good speakers out of our students through vutal speech classes Today everyone us requured to take one semester of speech But to many students thus us only a begunnung a sort of prevuew of what us to come Upon contunuung they fund theur work mare varued and even more unterestung The student learns to duscuss, duspute, debate, and declare As a result of the fune unstructuon un thus fueld Muskegon has always had a record number of students takung speech courses and has many awards for uts degree of excellency The attutude of our students and faculty towards thus umportant department mught be summed up by a quotatuon of Noah Webster L nguage as well as the faculty of speech, was the ummeduate guft of God i441 ?az!uze We Studq Me pact Hlstorra vero testln temporum, lux verltatln Hlstory rs Indeed the wltness of the tlmes, the llght of truth Thus quotatuon by the famous Greek wrnter, Clcero, mlght well be associated wrth our own soclal science department Headed by Mr James Curnalla, this department concerns Itself with all of the events of mankmd from the days of the caveman to our present crvrluzatnon The social studles department offers courses In econom rcs, sociology government and hlstory Variety IS added to the study of facts by the use of movnes, slides, proyects and current event newspapers M R RUSSCHER We need a longer lunch penod declares Mr George Russcher teacher of hrstory and govern ment He as active In both church and Sunday school and engoys gardemng M Russchers chrldhood ambutron was to be a rnmrster He holds an A B degree MR DUNWORTH God helps them that help themselves IS the quotatron Mr Paul Dunworth most often tells has students M Dunworth teaches history and economrcs and holds AB and MA degrees H says that he would luke to see more students comply wnth school regulatrons MR ZIMMERMAN MR CARLSON A former Bug Red basketball coach who rs stlll rnterested rn athletrcs IS Mr Ray Carlson He holds BA and MA degrees Mr Carlson teaches Amencan and World hrstory at MHS and as many of our teachers has toured the South Pacrfrc durrng World War Il Advertrsmg was the ambltron of my youth says Mr R A Zrmmerman Mr Zrmmerman teaches American hnstory and Amencan government and holds an AB degree He enyoys sports of all kmds particularly golf and square dancing H rs a member of the Board of Chnstuan Education at the Fnrst Congregatronal Church vi 70afzZdmm! .focal aeata me ffiecui ln this complex world we must learn to live and work together. Today this basic law is too often laid aside and as a result, we are faced by nations which can visualize nothing but worldwide conquest. More than ever before, we are becoming aware of the threat that lies upon us. By grasping the meaning of what could happen, we become aware of the fact that before we can oct we must have the truth And this is where history comes into the picture We study the threats of days gone by and find that they are much the same as those of today Through this research we may discover why certain approaches to the problem at hand failed and why certain others worked ln doing this, we are able to learn how to face the problems of today Through these teachers we not only learn of yesteryear, but we gain the ability to take stock of today, and, even more important to prepare for tomorrow MR NEILSEN All over the Pacific lpaid for by Uncle Saml make up a large portion of Mr Arild Neilsen s travels He holds a B 5 and an M S degree Mr Nerlsen s favorite pastimes are hiking and gardening He claims that he always wanted to become an inventor MR CURNALIA Mr Curnalia engoys gardening and wild woods and has a collection of colored slides of flowers and the out of doors He claims that he always wanted to be a Civil War veteran He would like to see special library rooms for conference groups such as debate and social studies MISS PIHLSTROM MR PARTINGTON To be a teacher has always been the ambition of Miss Ethel Pihlstrom the Said and Done advisor She tells us that she would like to see the halls free of waste paper and the day that the campus is strictly for senior high students Miss Pihlstrom teaches American and World History and is interested in reading photography and listening to music She belongs to Altrusa Club AAU W Y WC A and church groups 'Ss C4 ffrxf ff ff fe f' 1 X ffcfci 4901 JI LJ' JJ ' f f"J When asked about a childhood ambition Mr Partmgton could only say Sorry' Besides teaching American government and sociology he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Day Care Center the Boy Scouts and the Urban League Mr Partmgton holds a MA degree and a BA degree "TENT" QS MR NEAL By all means be yourself ideas are created only by those who dare step from the crowd and thunk for themselves s Mr Lindsay Neal lB degree! Mr Neal enioys athletics of all sorts and teaches general scrence applied science and biology He has traveled throughout the 48 states and some of Mexico and Canada on a bucycle MR HARTMAN Out Big Reds head football coach Mr Lloyd Hartman KB A and M Al tells us that he would like to see grass on Wilson Field He en oys hunting fishing and reading and he teaches applied science His childhood ambition was to teach and to coach football MWQJS cpm! Our year has been characterized by Sputnlks Muttmks and guided missiles on the part of both the major powers of the world These modern advances have had a very profound and startling effect on not only the whole world and our nation, but also on our own high school Students and teachers alike are suddenly being awakened to the fact that If the United States is to remam a world leader, we must have more students enrolled In scientific courses As a result a record of students are enrolled in science courses at M H S and most classes are taxed almost to capacity But a will to learn and a friendly atmosphere seem to prevail throughout the entire department and these conditions easily overcome the crowded classrooms MR. RODEWALD Need some erasers? Then you had better see Mr. Oren Rodewald for that is the girft his students gave him for Christmas. Mr. Rodewald has both a 8.5. and an M.A. degree. He teaches physics at M.H.S. MR. TOOL To become a scientist was the desire of one of our chemistry teachers, Mr. Douglas A. Tool. Mr. Tool belongs to the Chess Club, W.M.C.S., and the Masonic Lodge. He hopes that someday room 314 might have proper seats and independent laboratory lockers. He holds a B.S. and a M.A. degree. MR BAE U R A teacher ot chemnstry who IS mterestcd rn sports may not seem posslblc but such IS the case wuth Mr Raymond Bauer 185 and MS degreel H tells us that wrth the co operatron ot Uncle Sam he has traveled extensuvely In Italy and rn Africa Bauer would lrke to see a sensrble arrangement ot our assemblies MR SKIPPER Mr Larry Skipper new at our school thus year lakes to tlsh Mr Sknpper teaches applied scrence .4 and bnology and holds a B S degree .isa Mt 000664 ln blology students probe mto the mysteries of llfe, In chemistry they experiment wrth the elements of Earth, and In physics study the physlcal qualltles of heat, llght and elec trlcrty Every year our scrence department adds new equrp ment and apparatus to help us understand these Ideas more clearly Wuth these new materrals the department hopes to keep abreast wrth modern developments The faculty of thus department Includes a group of teach ers wuth a wude variety of backgrounds, but all wrth a great deal of know how and abllrty They are headed by Mr Ray mond Bauer Thus then IS Muskegon Sensor Hugh s part of the answer to the sclentlflc problems facing our natlon today MR TRAUTMAN Cookrng photography and hrkrng are the actlvrtres Mass Whelan normally a teacher at Central lumor that Mr Wrnthrop Trautman enloys the most He teaches hrology and has traveled rn Canada lVancouver to Quebec! and throughout the US and Mexuco Mr Trautman us a graduate of the U ot M and holds an A B and MS degree MISS WHELAN rnstructs a class an applred scuence at M H S Ji an '.Uf I 1 A J g T I 1 Q Mr, -i""w VV ' 11 Y - x J wh -L. 3 J 5 err ,jj N .Q if .J MR ROLFE Mr Kenneth Rolfe halls from Kalamazoo Mrchugan and teaches mathematrcs lsolnd geometry adv algebral He has traveled an the West the East and the South and holds an A B and A M degree He attended Western Mrchngan Unrversrty a U of M ,A 7 MRS ANDREWS l saw the same thrngs Queen Elizabeth saw last summer but l saw them frrst comments Mrs Dorothy Andrews lA8l Mrs Andrews teaches geometry and engoys ceramncs She belongs to the YWCA and the AAUW and says that her chnldhood ambrtlon was to be a band leader 'sun MR RITCHESKE Mr Robert Rltcheske lBSl teacher of pl ne geometry advanced algebra tngonometry and solrd geometry He tells us that hrs chuldhood ambutron was to become a doctor He enroys playrng cards and athletrcs of all types and looks forward to the day that Muskegon Senior Hugh wall have an assembly period on .fagzcczl Z4 Wedge The study of mathematics IS luke clrmbmg up a steep and craggy mountam, when once you reach the top It fully recompenses your trouble by opening a flne, clear, and extensive prospect Thus quotatlon by Tuyon Edwards may well be applied to the Muskegon Hugh mathematics department Headed by Mr Kenneth Rolfe, our math department Includes many outstanding teachers from various backgrounds and colleges Through these teachers we are taught flrst class algebra, college algebra, plane geometry and solld geometry, trlg, and advanced algebra These then are the people who are helplng us to clrmb the mountarn MR TOPPEN Presudent Toppen7 You bet at least President of Muskegon Teachers Club Besides teachmg plane john Toppen 18 S l also enpoys fushmg and photog raphy He has traveled throughout the U S except the far West and would Irke to see the tloors free of waste paper WW' MR OLSEN A teacher of plane geometry who lakes tenms and recreational work and who always wanted to be a Olsen holds a BA degree and a MA degree from Ball State Teachers College and halls from Muncie lndrana MR MOONEY Mr Donald Mooney teacher of algebra at M H S halls from Adalr lowa He rs a graduate of Iowa State College where he receuved hrs BS degree Mr Mooney advrses Hr C club ,Y Is W, Q A ll! l , -.. , , t .. " , ,J4 . . '. . ' ' " 'n ' . ' I a I I I -Q ,, . . . . . . . I . . ,, . . - 11 - - ll I geometry and advancedlalgebra at M.H.S.. Mr. doctor briefly sums up Mr. David Olsen. Mr. ' ' h ' ' .. . .,f, 1 ' L U1 MR BOLT Do you luke to hunt and fush7 lf so you have an udea of what Mr Henry Bolt lABl cabunet makung unstructor lukes to do un hus spare tume He belongs to the Second Reformed Church and has traveled un all States except those un the Northwest We 7mm0m 7alenZ4mZ4e Many of us luke to work wuth our hands We have a wonderful opportunuty for our manual courses are many and of a wudely varued nature Although manual courses have been offered for many years, they have from tume to tume been greatly enlarged upon Students may enroll un trades and skulls courses such as woodworkung machune toolung foundry, auto mechanucs, and pruntung Thus department has excellent tools and equupment wuth whuch to work Every year handwork us dusplayed un exhubuts, wuth awards goung to the better projects These courses are fune examples of why trades as well as academuc courses are umportant un our hugh schools MR SHEATHELM A faculty cafeterua and dununz room us the school umprovement that Mr Rex Sheathelm would lulue to see He teaches oruntung and enuoys outdoor sports He as a graduate of Western Muchugan Unuversuty and holds an A B degree from that unstutute MR CHALKER Mr Chalker us new to our hugh school thus year To be in He teaches auto mechanucs at the Donald Manual Buuldung holds i Rfb, MR KRUGER MR LEITCH Huntung and fushung are the favorute pastumes of Just heung outdoors us the favorute pastume of Mr Mr Donavon Krueger He conducts classes un Robert Leutch the Muskegon Hugh unachune shon electrucuty at M H S and holds a BS degree unstructor Mr Leutch holds a B S degree was always Mr hutuon Mr Hogan and us an unstructor foundry He enjoys and states that he vocatuonal and e B wt I H 'A Ll' , , yn?" Q . V e V s V uf .1 S Il ,z , Q. I V? V, X , , wvgij 1 fly , , I f , VAIV ' .i s 3 ' K ' A H v ,, ' c - I 1 o ' I - 1 , . ' . ' V ' h am ' 'I . I . U ,l 'n ' ' ' of . ' ' ' to ' I V ' ISS? A ' -eu 5 f 5 rl ,I A V 1 ' X i g . X I y , A ' I I -A -. 'f , 'K u r 5. u 'Q ...ad MISS KNOLL A teacher whose specialty is shorthand and trans scrmtion is Miss Cecelia Knoll lABl Besides teachunz Miss Knoll enlovs music and is secretary at the Muskegon Civic Music Association MR PAULSON A member of the Torch Club and the Lions Club r Mr Harvey Paulson 4PhB and MAl w claims that he always wanted to be a railroad engineer Mr Pa Ilson says that he would like to sec a schedule of our own one independent ot Central Junior High He teaches bookkeeping accounting and commercial law at MHS and lists bowling golf and bridge as his favorite pastimes MR GILSDORF A citizenship council for better control an maintenance of the student body is a school provement that Mr Anthony Gllsdorf would I e to see Mr Gilsdorf enjoys mountain climbing an travel and is a member of the Optimist Club His ambition was always to be a teacher MISS HITCHCOCK Another of our commercial teachers is M s Margaret Hitchcock who holds an AB deeree Besides being active in the Red Cross and other community organizations Miss Hitchcock enloys gardenmg and reading MRS MAYROSE Mrs Goldie Mayrose tells us that her lifes am bltlon has always been to be a teacher Besides teaching bookkeeping economic geography typing and business arithmetic she is also interested m cooking and in handwork Mrs Mayrase holds an A B degree K gala 77!ac4me4 Erasers, keys, and bells are the most common tools of our commercial department. The St. Lawrence Seaway may seem quite removed from this department, but it still is of major importance in the ever increasing number of students enrolled in clerical courses. For with the promise of the Seaway in mind many new and widely varied industries have come to Western Michigan. This in turn has sent the demand for clerical employees skyrocket- ing to our all time high. Although classes are often crowded, e still struggle on, ever trying to master the fundamentals of the work. 1 ww, To be a court reporter was Mrs Maxlne Storm s chrldhood 3mbIlIOh She holds a B S degree and teaches typlng Her Interests Include her tamrly sports and televIsIon Mrs Storms has traveled throughout the eastern part of the U S and she IS a Cub Scout Den Mother and a member of the P TA MR GAINEY A full hour for lunch IS the school Improvement that Mr John GaIney would lIke most to see accompllshed M G ney lusts sports a h Interest and teaches busmess math economics typmg Il and busmess orgamzatuon Mr Gamey holds a BS degree I me L, swans Sports and servmg her famrly are the mam Interests of Mrs MIldred Brothers a commerclal teacher at M H S Besrdes all THIS Mrs Brothers IS CTIVE In e AUW and er church orgamzatlons Mrs Brothers holds an A B degree I .f MR STEVENS From hIs home to the campus and back IS the lImIt of Mr Russell Stevens travel He enloys readmg and belongs to the Masons and the Moon Chapter of the Credut UnIon Mr Stevens lBA and M of Bus Adl says that he would Irke to see the JCTIVITIES of the school slowed down MRS WRIGHT A person who enloys sewmg but teaches type wntmg and busrness anthmetac IS our Mrs L W Wrrght Mrs Wrrght has traveled throughout the West East and South USA She belongs to the AAUW and the PTA and holds a BS degree ,-4442650 14 fstaddwg How much we accomplrsh may seem to be qulte trIvIaI at the tIme, but we need only to look at the past to fInd the POSITIONS we shall hold In the future In dolng thIs we quickly reallze that M H S IS far better represented In local OfflC6S than any of the other neIghborIng hlgh schools Students may enroll In any of a wrde varlety of secretarlal, general clerlcal, and accountlng courses that are offered Through these courses, they wIll not only study the proper technlques of offIce work but they wIll gum valuable practIcal tramlng also It IS In thIs manner that M H S helps ITS students and ITS commumty at the some tIme 7 I s I I A H -A-1 V! Z , ' J , ,Mm - is 4 . I T ,,rr L f -' ,I , , .QV N 1: a 'K ,7 A . MRS. STQRMS MRS. BROTHERS U ' V ' I l V ' ' a A ' ln' 'AZ ., rI1e.P'.1'.A.,' II , ,NL fl! r 4 f V, -,J r' fr!-YL! 1' " 1' y 'l . r.4ai4 'l suis ' y t' U . I pg 1 56 if ,aff X! .l MR MARTINY Mr Gordon Martmy Is trade and Industry co ordlnator An actIve member of the YMCA Mr Martmys hometown IS Bug RapIds MIchIg He holds a BS degree from Central MIchIgan College and an MA degree from e UnIversIty of MIchIgan T -HY egfia MR LOBENHERZ Mr Ernestt Lobenherz a veteran of the North Atncan and European campalgns of World War ll IS the coordlnator of trade and Industrlal educa tIon at MHS He enloys huntmg fnshmg and boatmg and says that he was Interested becommg a forest ranger when he was In hIgh school He holds a BA degree MRS DUNSMORE To be a nurse was the chIldhood ambltron of Mrs PaulIne Dunsmore a graduate of the Um versIty of lllmous lBSl and the UnIversIty of Mnchugan IMA! Mrs Dunsmore teaches offlce practuce at M HS and IS a member of Zonta ASWA N 0 M A and GerIatrIcs COUYICII of Muskegon 7 744m 76656026 gaameacmen The retaIl sales and co 0pef0flVE courses have taken a promlnent place In the currIculum at Muskegon Hlgh As well as havlng the requlred classes, plus classes In the type of work they Intend to go Into, the students on these programs have the opportunlty to galn actual experIence through workIng afternoons Through these courses, students are provIded wIth labs that are In some way connected wIth the vocatuons In whIch they plan to enter A speclal short course IS offered for those desIrIng jobs In stores durmg the ChrIstmas rush MR WALVOORD Are you glad the Braves won the World 5erIes7 Then youre IH the same boat as Mr Derwm Walvoord who enloys all sports and IS especnally a fan of the Mxlwaukee Braves Mr Walvoord IS our placement supervrsor and has charge of the coordmatmn of busmess co op besudes teachung busmess machmes He holds both a BA and a MA degree MR STORMS Ball State Teachers College and the U of M I5 where Mr Wayne J Storms recenved hus BS and MA degrees He IS an Instructor of dIstrIbutIve educatlon and also teaches at COMMUHIYY College Mr Storms enloys readlng and fIshIng and says that he would luke to see a completely Integrated hugh school and college vocahonal program 'lqq .-1-1 1-1 MR POTTER I would luke to see a new gymnasuum and health buuldung states Mr Harry E Potter durector of athletucs at M H S Besudes teachung physucal educatuon Mr Potter lukes to fush and travel H belongs to the Elks Club and us actuve mth Luttle League Assocuatuon M Potter holds an A B degree te MR McSHANNOCK Sports and readmg are the out of school unterests of our varsuty track coach gym and swummmg unstructor Mr Thomas McShannock He member of the Elks Club and holds a BS degree and a MA degree Wlaeeegaa 14 place of 74me Physucal educatuon us a requured course at M H S and as a result the classes are always fulled to capacuty Every student attends a gym class twuce a week and most students qualufy un swummung before graduatuon The co ordunatuon of muscles, eyes, and mund are emphasuzed Both boys and gurls actuvely partucupate un well planned athletuc programs of all sorts For the gurls there us volleyball basketball deck tennus, baseball, and exercuses Besudes theur usual routune the boys partucupate un football basketball track, cross country baseball As a result Muskegon can be justly proud of the fune whuch thus program has achueved of colesthentucs, tennus golf an accomplushments MRS SEASTROM Mrs Adclaude Seastrnm lBSl us Interested n bowlung and golf and us actuve un the Muskegon Chapter of the Red Cross Her chuldhood ambutuon was to be a physucal educatuon teacher and as a result Mrs Seastrom has realuzed her ambutuon and says that she would luke to see ut taught fuve tumes a week to each student MISS KEHIAS An advusor of G A A who enjoys swurnmung skuung and uce fushung us Muss Stratewula Kehuas She holds a BS and an MA degree from the Unu versrty ot Muchugan Muss Kehuas teaches gurls physucal educatuon at M H S 7a Wlakeff Traunung teenagers to be better and more skullful druvers and to make our hugh ways safer places on whuch to travel us the untent of the druver traunung department of MHS Long before druver traunung became a compulsory hugh school subuect by state law Muskegon had uts own druver traunung program The course guves the student two hours of classroom unstructuon per week and one hour of practucal behund the wheel experuence per week Classes meet un the Manual Buuldung and the one hour behund the wheel us spent euther at our traunung range at Marsh Fueld or on the cuty streets of Muskegon Movues sludes and varuous testung devuces are used to supplement the text books and the actual druvung experuence As a result most students have luttle trouble un passung the poluce wrutten examunatuons and the road test un securung theur druvers lucense Thus us the way un whuch Muskegon Hugh School us helpung to make Ameruca s hughways safer 1 Mr Arnson druver tuaunung unstructor The breedung and rausung of gauted Shetland ponues graduate of MSU He holds a BA degree and us one of the outsude unterests of Mr Russell luus favorute pastume us atluletucs Kelly Mr Kelly unstructs druver traunung and Mn ARNSON mg Mu: KELLY tells us that he would luke to see a pedestruan traftuc lught at the corner of Sanford and Grand Hus chuldhood ambutuon has always been to be a teacher MR IONES Hard work never hurts anyone' declares Mr Marvun lones who holds a B S and an M S degree Mr lones teaches druver traunung and us a grad uate of NSTC un Aberdeen South Dakota and Stout State College un Wusconsun He comes from Aberdeen South Dakota MlSS McINTYRE Miss Agnes Mclntyre IB Sl teaches home economics at M H S Her hobbies are photography and music and she IS active in A A U W Cecnlran Musrc Club Civic Opera Association and Progress Club of the community Her childhood ambition was teaching Family relations and homemakrng are the courses taught by Mrs Gladys Collier Mrs Collier enpoys travel gardening and sewing and rs a member of the YWCA the Women of the Moose and the Eastern Star She holds a BS degree and tells us that she feels all seniors should take the family relations course 4? 744W W A course considered to be very valuable and very practical IS the opinion most people hold of the home economics department at M H S The glrls and boys who take these courses realize how important It as to know how to cook or to sew And certainly their parents aren t going to obyect If the students take over some of these household chores To sew a fine seam to bake a cherry ple, and to decorate a home are some of the techmques we learn The classes meet in the Manual Building rn actual kitchens and sewmg rooms Instruction comes both in the form of regulation text book work and recitation and in the form of important practical experience Foods classes, always popular with the gurls have become Increasingly popular with the boys, many of them becoming excellent chefs Here, then, are the people who old us rn developing these talents MRS LARSON Another person who normally teaches at Central Junior Hugh rs Mrs Larson She teaches a boys food class at M HS 'a r ' 'V ' ' ,. Z 8 , . 5 7: 5, e ' L 5 l I s 'Y ,f wif? elf ' I Mas comin Miss PACK ' A Teaching kindergarten was always the ambition ' . . ' ' of Miss Theo Pack who teaches homemaklng and ' 3 ' , interior decorating. She belongs to the YWCA . iii? and enioys collecting antiques and ceramic : . n sculpture. Miss Pack holds a il I . . , . . . I I ' Il ll BS and an M A degree MR STEWART The drrector of band and orchestra at MHS and the head ot the rnstrumental department of the Muskegon P bllc Schools s Mr Wrllram Stewart 1BA and MMP Frshrng and boatmg are two ot hrs pastrmes whsle he rs also a member ot Krwanrs Club and vrce presrdent of the Crvlc Musrc Assocratron A new band and orchestra room rs the school Improvement that he rs hoprng tor MR ROYS A former member ot the Muskegon Band and now the popular assnstant conductor ot the same organrzatron rs Mr Fred Rays Mr Roys holds a BM degree 1Westcrn Mrchlgan Unrversrtyl and a MM degree lMrchrgan State Unrversrtyl He also teaches rnstrumental musrc 'lnwaauK X pf i. o Oalfamcnt 244:46 ez Zo!! Muskgon Sensor Hrgh School has long had a reputation of havrng a tune band, chorr, and orchestra, and so It contrnues on today Under the supervrslon of able directors rn both the vocal and instrumental frelds we become famrlrar wrth the finest muslc ot all types, from classical to popular We get a chance to compare our skrll In muslc through our partrcrpatron In yearly musrc testrvals lt rs at these testrvals that Muskegon has always proved Itself to be the fmest rn the state And from another polnt of vrew we are contrrbutrng to the culture of our community through our annual concerts But beyond thus we are acqulrrng valuable musical knowledge trarnlng, and a sincere apprecratron for musrc The muslc department not only grves students a chance to develop their talents, but rt serves as a place where they may learn to co operate and practice team work wrth others i MR IENNINGS A teacher of vocal musrc and music apprecratron rs Mr Robert Jennings lBMEl Besides being very active at school he trnds time for color shdes and photography He has traveled tensrvely rn Calrtorma New York and Europe Musrc has always been hrs chance for has Irtes vacatron MISS LENTZ Mass Carolyn Lentz loaned the lnstrumental Musrc Department rn the tall ot 1955 commg drrectly from the Umverslty of Mlchrgan where she re cerved her B A degree She serves as an assrstant conductor ot the Muskegon Hrgh Concert Orchestra . 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A , ' .A A 4 W I N MISS MOLZEN A modern art room and drsplay cases tor student work at all krnds are the school rmprovements that Mrss Ann Molzen would luke to see Mrss zen has taveled all over the U WACY and enroys srngrng cookmg and rnterror dccoratrng She teaches art at MHS and holds both a BA and an M A degree L MR LADD Photography shootrng and electronrcs are the outside actrvrtres that Mr Walter Ladd enpoys the most Mr Ladd rs a graduate of West Mrchrgan College and ot U C L A He teaches art metal it our hugh school He belongs to the Muskegon Rrtlc and Prstol Club and he has traveled rn all states but three 9--f-...N Mm MR APPEL Appel father of two chrldren a boy and a grrl devotes much ot hrs spare trme to trshrng and gardenrng He teaches mechanrcal drawrng and archrtectural drawrng at M HS and holds a BS degree Zmlfreyo 14ztc4z'4 and L' 4 7mm ll Could you please tell me where I mrght fund This rs a famrlrar questron rn our lrbrary these days Students are constantly rn need of maternal other than therr text books So they always turn Immediately to our extensive and well organized llbrary Here they are certarn to fund the rnformatron they need though possibly they mrght need the help of one of our lrbrarrans Besides grvrng thus ard regular classes are conducted rn the trarnrng of llbrary assist ants by Mrs Margaret Ellrott head lrbrarran Developrng creative and artrstlc talents are the major goals of the Art Department Thrs goal rs accomplished through abstract drawings, architectural design, and many other artrstrc exercises These courses tram not only the abrlrtres of the student In the freld of art, but they also help hrm to learn to thunk and create MRS COWAN Our school nurse Mrs Mrldred Cowan recerved her trarnlng at the UDIVEISIYY ol Michigan She h s a RN degree and a BS de e MRS ELLIOTT Mexrco Canada and the U S are the mann places where Mrs Margaret Ellrott has traveled S e s an AB de rs r lnbrarran She would like to see the students return books better but thrnks that rn general we have a tune school 47. 58 Jaiiwgz MRS DAVIS Mrs Davrs rs Mrs Ellrots clerrcal assrstant rn the ll rary 'fab 4 . lf ' s., g M W , S V A l A r lr X Y' , 4 ts 1 , ,,f . ' . . '-U ' . Mf' 554 - l . ' f Mol 4 rv H- H .S.:lasja 4' I nt 'M 'll ' I I I I . l I - .. . 1 1 - . . . Q - I . . . . n . , - old . . . . gre . hold V . . and la M.S. gree, and ' ou L 7' l I ' "S A 3 lf! l li A - a-- 4 xy' Lg kv f' f r ', s I X we ---N . l AF, N , 1" A M IQ! 'a s he learns that we have an enrlched curricula from auto mechanlcs to the mastery of the xylo phone Not only does he observe classes ln the academics but also those In trade and occu patrons As Socrates the owl visits our classes 'at M.H.S. f 1 5 'nc- 'bk ' . 4 M mm, md 1' M rdf-401 '-wr'-1-an Mike Cooke Tom Bergren and Archie Hall work on an experiment in light in physics class We 74-:idea Om Z Mike Meyer points out a Civil War battleground to an American history class. x E.. Our history and science department at M. H. S. work hand in hand to interest students in the lines of government and technology so that our nation may keep progressing. Al '4' A Mr Stewart helps Jim Peterman Ellen Plant Mary Ortqunst and Terryl Mundt wlth a partrcularly drftucult part In band decay! P cum! Dawg M H S offers many courses In speclallzed flelds Mechanical drawing IS offered to develop vocational skulls, and band IS offered to develop the students talents To show how it goes together is the goal of John Dumas in mechanical drawing class. X 41. ', 1 .- If ' U V4 ele t cty clas M e 74'zw94 5 may and 70afz6m9 Students at M H S study the fundamentals of typlng and electnclty In school to apply on thelr 'obs under the co op and day trade courses offered by M H S ssHtck so sy WPS Nancy Westgate explams an squat on n d vanced algebra class 16:47 -J it gl 44417 Students of both the Math De partment and Prmtrng Depart ment at M H S use their own trgures and formulas to develop their vocational skulls Gene Visscher sets type for school material in printing class. The use of movie projectors an Important and ln teachmg seems to be what M B ll s explammg to Albert Frohner wemlwedlqzde was s Julie Wlerda checks the card catalog ln the Irbrary whale searchmg for a book The students at M H S not only galn their knowledge for the var lous courses through textbooks and classroom drscusslons but they gam Informational knowledge from the reference books In the llbrary and through the visual an s P "'k"'-v-- Up it goes and everyone in the boys gym class anxiously await the rebound The home economics courses have become very popular at M. H. S. Classes in foods and family relations are offered to both girls and boys. Physical education for both boys and girls is required for graduation. Q 'N' R and ffadcldfle Sugar and spice and everything nice this seems to be the A beautiful cabinet is the result of the efforts recipe for Katherine Asheley and Norma Calkins of Floyd Mann in cabinet making class i 'S 'Y M il' a s As Socrates observes the Sophomores enterung M H S for the furst tume he knows that un three years theur antucupatuon wull have become a realuza tuon for many He knows that they wull become more mature and wull have learned to assume re sponsubulutues As the wuse luttle owl at M H S buds farewell to the senuors of Muskegon Hugh he smules upon them wuth prude Thus fune roup has spent many years un preparatuon for the tume when they would go out unto the world to accept the responsubulutues and the challenges of Iufe 136 G im BALZER ARTHUR CHESTER AMBITION Tool and Dre Maker BAUN SANDRA LEE CLUBS Bowling FAA Sec AMBITION To marry my Bill and b happy BEATTIE RONALD OWEN CLUBS Football AMBITION To graduale this hme BERG, BONNIE IERENE CLUBS - A Cappella' Carmenla, Rec.-Sec.: French Club, Vice Press National Honor: Senior Prom, Co-Chairmang Y-Teens, Vice Pres. and Pres. BERGMAN, NANCY LOU CLUBS - A Cappella: G.A.A.' Junior Class Sec. AMBITION - Secretary BERGREN, THOMAS IOSEPH AMBITION - To have loads of money BEYER, BARBARA IANE CLUBS - F.N.A, AMBITION - To go lo Texas after I graduate BLEICH, RICHARD AMBITION - Draftsman BOMERS. BARBARA ELLEN CLUBS - Hi-C1 Latin Club: Library Club AMBITION - Nursing and witnessing for Christ Jael ADDICOTT ION ALLEN AMBITION Draftsman ANDERSEN IUDY ARLENE AMBITION To some day be able ANDERSON MAURLENE ROSE AMBITION To travel to Ireland ARCHER MARILYN ANN CLUBS Y Teens AMBITION To gel' married and h to go to aly ave nine kids ARNOLD WILLIAM DUANE CLUBS Band Pro Musica AMBITION To be happy BAIRD MUSETTA CAROL CLUBS Library AMBITION Secrclary BOZEMAN LUCY ELLEN CLUBS - A Cappella: Carmentat French Club' Keyhole: National Honor: Senior Play' Prom Chairmang Student Council Y Teens AMBITION Secondary Socnclogy Teacher BUITENDORP LOWELL BRUCE CLUBS Band Pro Musnca AMBITION To be my own boss CHAPPLE CHARLES EDWARD CLUBS Go AMBITION To be an electncaan CHRISTIANSEN CLAUDE IAM ES AMBITION Farmer CLARK IERRY WALLACE AMBITION Electncuan COOK MICHAEL MORRIS AMBITION To be a success "i COOKE DAVID HARLEY CLUBS Basketball Sensor Class Hlstonan gonslervahon Club Football Student Councul Pres TBC AMBITION To be successful DEGNER IO ANN CLUBS Conservatlon Club HI C French Club AMBITION Secretary and to make a good home and llve for Chnst DERKS LARRY GEORGE CLUBS Hn C Track DE YOUNG MARVA IEAN CLUBS Booster Club Y Teens Treas AMBITION To be successful DOBB MARILYN ANN AMBITION Ottnce worker DOUGHTEN NORA LEE CLUBS A Cappella Campus Keyhole Ed Hn C AMBITION To make a happy home DYKEMA DONNA L AMBITION To succeed an lute FIELSTRA BARBARA ANNE CLUBS Bowlxng GAA AMBITION To go to college and to be a success FOOSE CAROL ARLENE CLUBS Library Club AMBITION To marry a mechanical engmeer -' lf H AK , A X X AMBITION L To be a drattsman Q fr L f . I 44' ll 5. vi I it FRESBY SHIRLEY ANN CLUBS Bowlnng AMBITION To love a happy successful lute GARRISON KENNETH RICHARD AMBITION Statrstrcran GREEN BEVERLY IEAN AMBITION Bookkeeper HALL ARCHIE NELSON CLUBS A Cappella Basketball Football Track AMBITION To be a success HARDIN SONIA LEE AMBITION To meet Rlcky Nelson someday HEIMANN PAUL DEAN CLUBS Basketball AMBITION To retlre HENDRICKSON LARRY IOHN AMBITION Fund an easy way to make money HENRIKSEN MARY ANN CLUBS Bowlrng GAA Sand and Done AMBITION Elementary Teacher HOEKER PRISCILLA ANN CLUBS Pro Musrca Y Teens AMBITION To succeed HOOVER WAYNE LAWRENCE CLUBS Baseball Basketball Football AMBITION Coach IOHNSON IORETTA MARLENE CLUBS A Cappella Booster Club Debate Future Nurses GAA Latm Club Natnonal Honor Natnonal Thesplans Pres Masque Historian Semor Play Speech Gurld Student Councnl Y Teens AMBITION To llve a helpful wealthful healthful lute IOHNSTON LORNA IEAN AMBITION To make my guy happy KANTOR RICHARD LARRY AMBITION Bookkeeper KNOLL LORETTA LOU CLUBS Pro Musaca AMBITION To travel to Europe KOSKI KARL MATTHEW AMBITION Commercnal Artrst 5 5' My A - ' "1 ,Q wi " . 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A1325 LACK IOHN ANTHONY CLUBS A Cappella Conservatron Club Football AMBITION To be a success LOCKE LARRY KENNETH CLUBS Basketball Football Track AMBITION To make lots ot money LUTZ IANIS ELAINE CLUBS Bowlmg Sand and Done Student Council AMBITION Hlstory Teacher MARTINEZ VIRGINIA CLIJBS Hn C Lrbrary Club Student Councal Y ens AMBITION Nurse MEDEMA DONNA IEAN CLUBS Bowlmg F H A AMBITION To graduate on my brrthday MUDGETT IAMES IRVING CLUBS Class Pres Football Hn Y Natlonal Honor Socrety AMBITION Mussronary CLUBS Camera Club Key Hole AMBITION To be a successful photographer PHILIP LOUIS ANTHONY CLUBS Sr class Sgt at Arms Student Councll Tenn T k IS YBC AMBITION To be the oldest bachelor POSTLEWAIT VIRGINIA CLUBS Bowlrng F H A A A AMBITION To be a success PRINGLE TERRY IAMES CLUBS Basketball AMBITION Part tame mechamc RILEY DAVID IAMES AMBITION Electncal Engmeer ROBBINS MARTHA ELIZABETH CLUBS Band Y Teens AMBITION To graduate ROBERTSON IUDY KA CLUBS Carmenta Y Teens ROCKER IERRY DEAN CLUBS Baseball AMBITION To be a truck dispatcher tor a freight company SHANNON NANCY LEE CLUBS Natronal Honor Senate Student Council AMBITION To be a ballet dancer NUGENT, ROGER ALLEN - I : . . .: G. . . , Y SIPLON DOROTHY ANNE CLUBS Carrnenta Keyhole Natnonal Honor Natronal Thesprans Masque Speech Gurld Sgt at Arms AMBITION To make a man happy SLOCUM KENNETH GEORGE AMBITION Tc have a change ot luck STEWART DONALD WAYNE CLUBS Basketball Football Sr Class Parlramentarran Tennis Track STILES RICHARD LAURENCE CLUBS Band Jets Vrce Pres Orchestra Pro Muslca Tr as Sr class Sgt at Arms Student Councul Tennrs AMBITION To graduate from Annapolus as an engineer get marrned and lrve a successful lute as 8 1311 MUSICIBH TOTTEN NORMAN ROSS CLUBS Baseball Football Colt AMBITION To be Thornys flrst customer VANDER WEG IAMES WILLIAM CLUBS A Cappella Football Track AMBITION Mmlster sgggyfv 'Hof is 'SAQMFQ W? VAN MAASTRICHT IUDITH FAE CLUBS Hr C AMBITION To lrve a happy and successful hte VULGARIS IOAN HELEN CLUBS A Cappella Latrn Club aedal and censor Senate Hrstorlan AMBITION To become a devoted wrte WAGGONER STEWART DAVID AMBITION To graduate WAINWRIGHT DORIS IEAN CLUBS Llttle Reds Cheerleader Senate Vrce Pres Y Teens Treas a d S c AMBITION To be a success WECK IANICE LEE CLUBS A Sec I AMBITION To go to college WEICK BARBARA ANN CLUBS A Cappella Conservation Club F N A GAA AMBITION To get my Mrs degree WOODS FREDRICK DOUGLAS AMBITION To make U ot M varsrty tootball team WYBENGA GERALD ANDREW CLUBS Bowling AMBITION Store Manager YOUNG ROBERT DOUGLAS CILUBKS Basketball Football S ra C AMBITION To go to college class Treas - I - , -. I :D x., V ' Q - I - rl I W., W N-... 7 ' . e .5 . . 3 . - I I 1 - 1 : H ffm ,I W V ,S -. . I I ' x 7 ., I ' V 3, ' 323fQig17Q,gj,,,Q,'- 4 . ' -I ' . . n e . ' . - F.H. ., .1 H -C . - 5 ' 3 . . - 5 1 r, FEB GR ANDERSON DALE ROBERT DAHL APRIL ANNE DIAL WAYNE ROBERT FISCHER LARRY IAMES FORMAN IOYCE ARLENE IENSEN FRANK LEROY KRAMER IOHN ZEEMAN, NANCY IANE CLUBS - HI-C AMBITION - To hang on t ZIRK, EVELYN MILLER CLUBS - F.A.A.g Hi-C AMBITION - Gym Teacher ZYLMAN, MARY ELLEN CLUBS - Hi-C AMBITION - To graduate o George HERRGORD DONALD EUGENE CLUBS Hr C Engineering Club AMBITION Mech Engineer ADS PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE KUERZI IOHN ERIC LOHMAN RALPH DENNIS SIMPKINS MELVIN GENE STOOPS WILLIAM VIRAG STEVE YORDY DOUGLAS CHARLES ZISSLER GERALD LEE The last February class otfncers wr tful d and tired as they contemplate Ieavmg good old ran Dave Cooke Hrstorran Bob Young Treasurer lam Mudgett Presrdent Archre Hall substxtut mg for Richard Strles Sergeant at arms Nancy Bergman Secretary Lours Phrlhp Vrce Presrdent , . , . , . , . , . , . look 'S , sa , I ' M.H.S, Don Stewart, .Parliamentar- 6056 AARDEMA ROBERT EDWARD CLUBS Bowling AMBITION Chemical Engineer AARDEMA ROBERTA MAY CLUBS Booster Club Bowling Junior Classical League Student Council Vice Pres Y Teens AMBITION Secondary School Teacher ABBOTT ANITA ANN CLUBS Booster Bowling GAA AMBITION To marry a certain boy named Jay ADAMS IOSEPH EUGENE AMBITION Crvrl Engineer ADKINS IESSE ELEMER AMBITION To be a bachelo and trnd the All American gurl ALDRIDGE ARTHUR IOHN CLUBS Bowling Football AMBITION Draftsman ANDERSON ANNETTE IANICE CLUBS Band HIC Pro Musica AMBITION Private Secretary ANDERSON BETTY LOU CLUBS Bow ing F H A F T A Spanish Club AMBITION Teacher ANDERSON GEORGE ROBERT AMBITION Career rn Arr Force ANDERSON MARILYNN GAIL CLUBS -- A Cappella ll' F.N.A.' Hi-C' Latin Club AMBITION - Nurse ANDERSON NAOMA MAXINE CLUBS - French Club' F.H.A. reporter' Hi-C AMBITION - To live in Paris and write books ANDERSON ROBERT CURTIS CLUBS - A Cappella Ill President' Latin Club' Madrigals AMBITION - Civil Engineer ANDERSON, THOMAS PHILLIP AMBITION - To be something APPLETON, IANE MARY CLUBS - Latin: Masqueg National Honor Soc.: Pro Musica AMBITION - Medical Technologist BAILEY, MELVIN CLUBS - Library i, 4 5 BALDWIN MARYBETH AMBITION To get married BALZER MYRON THEODORE AMBITION To get over my feebleness BARRON EDWARD THURLOW CLUBS Jets AMBITION To figure out my sllde rule BASSETT IAMES ALLAN CLUBS French HI Y AMBITION To fund an All Amencan nr BAUMGARTEN RODGER WAY CLUBS Conservation Jets Cl AMBITION Electrical Engineer BEADLE IULIE LYNN CLUBS Booster Presldent and Vnce Pres Latm Club Senlor Class Secretary Student Councll Y Teens AMBITION To be a better person BELISLE FRANK DALE AMBITION To graduate BELLAH CHRISTINE MARLENE CLUBS A Cappella Bowllng AMBITION Housewife BENCH LINDA IOSEPHINE CLUBS Booster Buwlmg Conservation Club FN A Latm Club Y Teens AMBITION To work at the U N or In diplomat BENHAM IUDITH LOUISE CLUBS Carmcnta Lterary Soclety Vlce Pr Conservation Club FNA Hlslonan Vrce Pres Latm Club Masque Hlstonan BENNETT DARLENE MAY CLLBS Conservation Club GAA AMBITION Housewufe BENNETT VIRGINIA MAE CLLBS Bowlmg F A A G A A Library Club AMBITION To make a mllllon BENSON CAROL ANN CLUBS Latm AMBITION To get marrled and ralse a famrly BENSON DAVID ORVAL cLuss Football AMBITION ole or old age BENSON KAREN ANN CLUBS A Cappella lll Bowlmg FHA GAA AMBITION To be a success I SETYICE BOE LINDA AGNES CLUBS A Cappella III Hu C Latm Club AMBITION To hve a testrmony for Chrlst BOERMA ROBERT LAVERNE CLUBS Band AMBITION Draftsman BOEREMA SANDRA KAY CLUBS French Club AMBITION Office Worker BONT BERNICE MARVEL CLUBS F H A President Hn C Red Cross Saud and Done Editor Bowlmg AMBITION Accountant BOUWMAN RUTH MARY CLUBS Booster Bowlmg FNA Senate YTeens AMBITION To learn a lesson BOWEN DAVID LEE CLUBS Basketball Cross Country Football Track AMBITION To eat pnzza wlth my wop BOWMAN BEVERLY ANN CLUBS Bow mg FTA Y AMBITION Private Secretary BOWMAN CAROL SUE CLUBS A Cappella lll AMBITION To lnve a happy succe BEDS BRAHMAN RODMAN SANFORD CLUBS Hn Y lets ub AMBITION Electronlc Engineer ssfu fe BERGHUIS PAUL AMBITION Carpenter BERNDT BONNIE KAREN CLUBS A Cappella I Bowlmg Masque AMBITION To graduate from IBM School BERTOIA GERALD LEE CLUBS Track AMBITION Accountant BETZ RONALD CLARENCE CLUBS Band AMBITION To be a success BLACK CAROL ANN CLUBS FTA Vlce Presndent GAA YTeens AMBITION lst grade teacher BLOCK SANDRA LYNN CLUBS Band Orchestra Pro Musica AMBITION To see the world BROUWERS NANCY IANE CLUBS Bowlrng Carmenta Lrterary Socrety Historian Rec Sec Student Councrl Y Teens Sgt at Arms AMBITION Elementary school teacher BROWN DONNA FAY CLUBS Lrbrary Club AMBITION Housewrte and artrst BROWN IERROLL EASTON AMBITION Engrneer BROWNE WILLIAM IAMES IR CLUBS Hr Y Chaplarn Speech Gulld AMBITION Protessronal bum BROWNING ANNE LOUISE CLUBS Booster Bowlmg FTA HIC Latln Club AMBITION To do somethmg worthwhnle BUCKLEY DAWN EILEEN CLUBS Saad and Done AMBITION Fashion Desrgner BUCKNER ELROY WAYNE CLUBS Football AMBITION Jet Pnlot BUIKEMA DOUGLAS ALAN AMBITION To have a good time BUITENDORP GORDON MARVIN CLUBS A Cappella I Bowlrng Latm Club Natronal Honor Socrety Saud and Done Layout Edrtor AMBITION Architect BUMGARDNER SHIRLEY ANN CLUBS Bowling AMBITION To graduate from IBM school BUNTEN IEANNE MARIE CLUBS Carmenta Lrterary Socnety French Club FTA Presrdent Y Teens AMBITION Teach BURKALL IO ANN KAY CLUBS Hr C AMBITION Housewife BURKE WILLIAM GEORGE CLUBS Hr Y AMBITION To graduate wrth the boys BURSEY CHARLES ROBERT CLUBS Jets Treasurer Masque Treasurer Natronal Honor Socrety Sand and Done Layout and Sports Edrtor AMBITION Brologrst BUTRICK IUDITH LYNN CLUBS G A A AMBITION To be a vet s an CAHILL, RICHARD ALAN CLUBS - Basketball: Cross Country: Track AMBITION - State Policeman CANNADAY, SUZANNA IANE AMBITION - Physical Education Teacher CARGILL. ROBERT DOUGLAS CLUBS - Camera Club: Keyhole AMBITION - To survive CARLSON DAVID ARTHUR CLUBS Booster Bowling Cheerleader lets Library Tennis AMBITION Mechanrcal Engmeer CARLSON IEANNE ANN CLUBS F NA Hr C Red Cross Student Councrl Y Teens AMBITION To do my best CARLSON IUDITH ANN CLUBS Band Carmenta Lrterary Society Conservatron French Pro Musrca AMBITION Krndergarten teacher CASSELL PHYLISS IEANNE AMBITION To be a strap tease dancer CHEVLIN LYNNE DOROTHY CLUBS A Cappella ll Bowlmg Carmenta Literary Society Debate French Club ey hole Student Councnl AMBITION Socral worker CHRISTENSEN KENNETH IESS CLUBS French AMBITION To be a success CIOE RICHARD ALLEN AMBITION To be a mrlllonalre at 2l CISLER ARTHUR MARVIN IR CLUBS Band Pro Musica AMBITION Engmeer CLARK RUTHANN MARIE CLUBS appella l and Ill FNA Latm Club AMBITION To be a torergn medrcal mrssuonary CLEVERINGA ARLYN KAY CLUBS Booster Conservation FNA GAA Natnonal Honor Society Latrn Orchestra Pro Musica AMBITION Private Secretary CLISH IUDITH PAULINE CLUBS Hr C AMBITION Housewife CLOCK RUTH ANN CLUBS A Cappella I and III Bowlnng Cheerleader Senate Flne Arts Society Sgt at Arms Pres Student Council YTeens Sec Sgt at Arms AMBITION Elementary School Teacher COCHRAN IANET LOUISE CLUBS Booster Camera Sec FHA YTeens AMBITION Fashion Designer COLBURN DONNA MAE CLUBS Bowling AMBITION Dental hygienist or assistant COLLINGE IANICE KAY CLUBS Conservation Homecoming Attendant Red Cross Sec Senate Sgt at Arms Y Teens AMBITION Dodor COMBS WILMER NELSON AMBITION Ve COMPTON LOUISE ANN CLUBS A Hu AMBITION Housewife CONANT GORDON ARTHUR CLUBS A Cappella I and III Booster Bowling AMBITION College Diploma CONNELLY IOHN MICHAEL AMBITION Mechanic COOPER EMILY IANE CLUBS A Cappella III Hi C Latin AMBITION To do something useful m the world COOPER IANET ROBERTA CLUBS A I AMBITION Medical missionary CORNELL TERRY DEAN AMBITION Engineer COTTON DAFROE AMBITION Professional football player CRAMER IAMES ARTHUR CLUBS Booster Sgt at Arms Camera Treasurer Cheerleading Speech Guild Student Council AMBITION To be a lawyer and to grow CRAMER, JEAN CLUBS - A Cappella, Treasurer, Accompanist: F.T.A.q National Honor Society. Historian AMBITION - Teacher CRATTY, IUDITH MARY CLUBS - Bowling AMBITION - To succeed in whatever I do CRIBLEY, GERALD STANLEY AMBITION - Engineer Ss CRITCHETT, DONNA IEAN AMBITION - Not to get married until I am 25 years old CUMMING, IRVING W. AMBITION - To gee rich CURTICE BRENDA RAE CLUBS - F.N.Ar Lating Masque' Orchestra: Pro Musica AMBITION - Nurse or teacher CUSTER MAXINE RUTH AMBITION To be a success CWYNAR ELSIE LOUISE CLUBS FAA Hlstorran AMBITION To be a good stenographer DALCORN ROBERT ERNEST AMBITION Crvrl engrneer QQ DANIGELIS IOHN PETER CLUBS Latm AMBITION Teacher DARWIN KENNETH IAMES AMBITION Draftsman or to loan the Navy DAVIS ANNE LEA CLUBS Band Lahn AMBITION Teacher DAVIS IANET LOUISE CLUBS A Cappella Cheerleadrng Senate Hnstorran Vrce Pres Y Teens DAVIS ROBERTA IEAN AMBITION To Irve In a penthouse DECKER BRUCE LAIRD CLUBS A Cappella I and Ill Masque Vrce Pres Tennis AMBITION To be a baby doctor DE LONG IOYCE ANN CLUBS Booster Bowling Spanrsh YTeens AMBITION To do somethxng worthwhule DEMOS STEVEN S CLUBS Latrn Vlce President Student Councrl AMBITION Surgeon DENNIS KAREN IRENE CLUBS A Cappella I d III Conservatron Hrs orran F T A G A A Senate Y Teens AMBITION Elementary teacher 5-' cLuBs '- Bowling A ' if '- I 4 an 1 ' . 'r ' 2 ,. ., . , .1 2 - DOBB IOYCE ELAINE CLUBS GAA Student Council AMBITION Elementary school teacher DOCTOR GERALD RICHARD CLUBS Hi C AMBITION Engineer DONALDSON MARK HOLDEN CLUBS A Cappella Ill I AMBITION Engineer DUMAW VIVIAN MARIE CLUBS Booster GAA Student Council DU ROSE IAMES GORDEN AMBITION Machinist DYKSTRA LEONARD DAVIS AMBITION Machinist AMBITION Elgmentary teacher ELDRIDGE LESLIE IEAN CLUBS onservation Cheerleading Debate French GAA Senate Senior Class Sgt at Arms Student Council Y Teens AMBITION Psychologist ELLIS BARBARA DREW CLUBS A Cappella III Secretary Conservation Secretary F N A Treasurer President Latin Club Senate AMBITION Nurse DEPHOUSE. CARL EDWARD CLUBS - Band: Orchestra: Pm Musica DERR. ROGER LEE DE YOUNG, CAROL DIANE CLUBS - Frenchj Hi-C AMBITION - To graduate and be a success DILLARD, DAVID PIERCE CLUBS - Hi-Y, Sccretaryg Jets: Library: Pro Musica: Radio. Parlimentarian AMBITION - Theoretical research chemist DILLARD WILLIAM LOGIE CLUBS Band Pro Musica Spanish AMBITION Music teacher DIXON ROBERT LEE CLUBS A Cappella Hi Y Treasurer President AMBITION Doctor ai' g - 1 - ' A Q H'-C , . . - 5 1. ' I - I .- I - 5 I X 5- v' ' EDLUND, KATHLEEN ANN CLUBS - Bowlin w 6. if ENGLUND ELISA ANN CLUBS Booster Y Teens AMBITION To be successful ENGQUIST MARILYN KAYE CLUBS Bowling Camera F H A Y Te ns AMBITION Secretary ERBES NANCY LYNN CLUBS A Cappella lll Bowling Life Saving Y Teens AMBITION Compfometer operator ERICKSON NORMAN HAROLD CLUBS Booster Bowling Conservation Tennis AMBITION Dentist ERNVALL IULIE LOUISA CLUBS A Cappella I and I I Alto Section Leader Carmcnta Literary Society Sgt at Arms Cheerleader Debate Said and Done Senior Section Senior Play Student Council YTeens Treasurer and Secretary AMBITION Teacher ESTRUP WALDA LORRAINE CLUBS FTA GAA Keyhole Senate Fine Arts Society Student Council Corres pending Sec Y Teens AMBITION To always keep smiling EVANS ROBERT IAMES CLUBS Football AMBITION Nothing definite FAULBE ROBERT IOHN CLUBS Student Council AMBITION To write a book explaining how I gradigated from M HS M H FARR IERRY ALLEN CLUBS Basketball AMBITION To be a success FELT BEN FRANKLIN AMBITION - Architect FERENCSIK, ELEANORE ELIZABETH CLUBS - F.H.A. AMBITION - Private secretary FERRIS, WILLIAM ROBERT CLUBS - Conservation, Treasurer, President' Cross Country: National Honor Society, Treas.: Pro Musica AMBITION - Chemical Engineer FISCHER, CAROL IEAN CLUBS - Booster: Bowling: F.H.A.. Parliamentarian: G.A.A.. Vice President: Library: Red Cross: Y-Teens AMBITION - To marry a wonderful guy and live happily ever after FISHER, NANCY KAY CLUBS - Bowling: Senate Fine Arts Society: Y-Teens AMBITION - Someday, somehow, someway to amount to something FLICKEMA, RUTH ANN CLUBS - Band: Orchestra AMBITION - To lead a happy. successful life f r.. I -SQ 'Qin X FOX BRENDA IOYCE CLUBS A Cappella AMBITION High office ob FOX DARLENE IRIS AMBITION Secretary FRAMPTON SANDRA KAY CLUBS Bowling French GAA Student Council Y Teens FRANS CARL ARTHUR cures Band AMBITION Photographer FRIEDMAN PAMELA SUE CLUBS Conservation Forensics FTA Library Spanish Speech Guild Vice President President Y eens FULLER RONALD CHARLES CLUBS Conservation Football Hi Y Latin Tennis AMBITION To own a distillery FUNKHOUSER IACOB OTTERBEIN IR Ietf CLUBS Band Booster President Bowling Treas urer President Forensics National Honor Society Pro Musica Vice President President Said and Done Student Council Tennis Class Treasurer AMBITION To own a Thunderbird FURST IUDY ANN CLUBS Carmenta Literary Conservation FNA Latin National Honor Society AMBITION Teacher GARDINER SHEILIA IEAN CLUBS Hr C Secretary AMBITION Missionary nurse GERTZ PATRICIA ANN AMBITION Secretary GILLARD RONALD DELOS AMBITION To graduate GONYON BETTY IOYCE AMBITION To be a success and marry J S GOODENRATH. KAY ARLEEN CLUBS - Senate Fine Arts Society: Y-Teens AMBITION - Artist GORHAM, SANDRA LEE CLUBS - Hi-C, Treasurer AMBITION - To be friends with everyone GRAF, SUSANNE CLUBS - Boostcrg French, Secretary: National Honor Society AMBITION - ? GRISWOLD IEAN SANDRA CLUBS A Cappella GRONBERG KAREN ELISE CLUBS A Cappella I and Ill Debate Forenslcs FTA Treasurer HIC Latm Club Masque Speech Gulld Vlce President AMBITION Debate and Dramatrcs coach GUIMOND EDWARD IOSEPH HAFENBRACK DAVID BRUCE CLUBS Baseball AMBITION Radro engmeer HAGEN BARBARA IEAN AMBITION To be successful HAGEN IAMES FREDERICK AMBITION Career rn Arr Force HAGER CHARLOTTE RAY AMBITION To be a sweet Ilttle old housewife tor lerry HALL LEAH RAE CLUBS Booster Bowling GAA YTeens AMBlTl0N Secretary HANSEN PHYLLIS MARLENE CLUBS Bowlmg AMBITION Secretary GRAY KENNETH STEPHEN AMBITION Owner of my ow busmess GRAY RONALD IAMES AMBITION GREER RETHA JEAN AMBITION Stenographer GRIM SALLY CLUBS A 1 AMBITION Beautncnan GRIMM BARBARA ANNE CLUBS Bowlmg AMBITION To be a success GRIMM RAYMOND LYLE CLUBS Conservation Jets President Natronal Honor Socnety Vuce Presudent AMBITION Sclentrtuc career HARTMAN, IOYCE DARLENE CLUBS - F.H.A. AMBITION - Secretary HARTMAN, RUTHANN CLUBS - Booster. Secretaryg French: Library. Secretary AMBITION - Teacher HARTWELL, MARGARET ANN CLUBS - Boosterg Bowling: G.A,A.g Latin: Student Council AMBITION - Doctor HARTZ, CAROL IEAN CLUBS - Bowlingg F.N,A.5 Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary teacher HAVERKATE, CAROL IEAN CLUBS - Booster: Bowling AMBITION - To be a success HAWKINS, THEOPOLIS CLUBS - Basketball: Footballg Track AMBITION - A high iumper on a United States Olympic team 4' fit? HAYS GERALD LEE CLUBS A Cappella I and III Basketball Football AMBITION Youll be surprised HAZEKAMP IUDY MAE AMBITION Nurse HAZELMYER DAVID H AMBITION Engineer HEATH PATRICIA IOYCE AMBITION Beauty operator HELLMAN BILLY EINAR CLUBS Baseball Footba AMBITION Architect HEMPSTEAD MAUREEN LOUISE CLUBS Ban Hi C AMBITION Medical missionary HENDERSON BURKE ANN CLUBS F H A Treasurer AMBITION Commercial artist HERALD DON LEE AMBITION To go to the North o HERLEIN PEGGY ALICE AMBITION Private secretary E C HERMAN DANIEL L CLUBS A Cappella Band Madrlgals Pro Musrca rac AMBITION Mechanical engineer HERRENDEEN IERRY LESLIE CLUBS Baseball Football AMBITION To get to college HESSE KARL DAVID CLUBS Basketball Football Track Manager French Club Senmr Class Presrdent Student Councrl Parhamenlanan President Safe Teens Presrdent HILL ARTEMUS IUNIOR CLUBS Bowlmg Tennrs AMBITION To be successful HIXON ROGER DALE CLUBS Track AMBITION Prmter HODGES RALPH MARTIN CLUBS French AMBITION Chemical Engmeer HODSON HAROLD HOWARD CLUBS Bowlmg AMBITION To become a champrons up bowler HOENECKE ROBERT WAYNE AMBITION lndustrral manager HOLMES RONALD NORMAN CLUBS Spamsh Secretary President AMBITION Math teacher HOUCK CAROL BETTY CLUBS Pro Muslca AMBITION Joan the Waves HOZER CRAIG F AMBITION Navy pilot HOZER RAYMOND IOHN CLUB: A Cappella Baseball Camera Football rem: AMBITION Your guess rs as good as mme HUGHES, DARYLE IAMES INDERBITZIN LYNNE RUE CLUBS Camera, French, Keyhole, Spanush AMBITION Arr hostess INGALLS, MELVYN V AMBITION Engineer X. 01" A N I J AMBITION -'To improve, ' ' . 1 1 . h. 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AMBITION - To succeed KAISER, RONALD CHARLES CLUBS - A Cappellag Latin Club AMBITION - Pharmacist KAREL, CORNELIUS WILLIAM CLUBS - HI'CI French Club AMBITION - To graduate KEETER, TRUMAN PIPPLE KELLY, CHARLES EVERETT CLUBS - Baseball: Football AMBITION - To see a week without homework If KEUR, MARVA IOAN CLUBS - F.A.A. AMBITION - Commercial artist KIBBEY, NORMA IEANNE CLUBS - Latin: Y-Teens AMBITION - Private Secretary KIBBEY, STANLEY LESTER CLUBS - Football AMBITION - Mortician KILCREASE, SARAH CAROL CLUBS - Band: French: Masque: Pro Musica: Y-Teens AMBITION - Medical assistant on a luxury liner KLOOSTER, CAROL LYNN CLUBS - A Cappella I and lll, Vice Pres.: Booster: Prom Chairman: Student Council, Treasurer AMBITION - Teacher KLOOSTERMAN, ROBERT IOHN CLUBS - Baseball: Football AMBITION - Coach KNOP PATRICIA LOUISE CLUBS Carmenta Pres Cheerleader Masque Sgt at Arms Sec Thespians Sec Y Teens AMBITION Commercial artist KNAPP NORMAN ARDIA AMBITION Draftsman KNEVITT WILLIAM BARTON CLUBS Band Orchestra Pro Musica AMBITION To graduate KNUTSON IOHN EDWARD CLUBS Baseball Football AMBITION To be worthy in all respects KRAFT TERRY TOM AMBITION Comedian KREIFELDT GARY LANCE AMBITION To be worthy in all respects LACK DOLORES IANE AMBITION To loin the Waves LANRIDGE SANDRA KAY CLUBS A Teens AMBITION To graduate from college someday LARSON KAY IOYCE CLUBS G A A Y Teens AMBITION Math teacher LUCYK MARY CHRISTY CLUBS Bow mg F H A F N A Keyhole Red Cross Student Councrl AMBITION Psychratrlc nurse LUDLOW GLORIA DAWN AMBITION Bookkeeper MADISON IUDITH ELLEN CLUBS Booster Library Orchestra YTeens AMBITION Secretary MAKI SANDRA KAY CLUBS A I AMBITION Pedratrrc nurse MANFREDINE MARK GRAHAM AMBITION T be a success MANN FLOYD MARVIN CLUBS Track AMBITION To be a success MARTIN DANIEL JAMES AMBITION welaer MATTHEWS GENE PAUL AMBITION To see Sputnrk MAXWELL DONALD EDWIN CLUBS Gof AMBITION Prlot or engineer Pro Musrca LEAFERS IERRY EDWARD AMBITION To be the frrst one to go to the moon LEWIS LARRY ALLEN CLUBS French AMBITION Engineer LOCKE RICHARD ALLEN CLUBS Baseball Basketball Football Track AMBITION Coach LONG KAREN KAY CLUBS Booster Conservatrnn GAA Latrn Pro Musrca AMBITION Elementary teacher LOSETH HAROLD BENJAMIN CLUBS Booster Hr Y Latrn Student Councrl AMBITION To hr lack a beer truck LOWING IUDY LYNNE CLUBS Booster Bowlrng Carmenta Socrety Conservatron French Student Y T EEITS AMBITION To pass Socrology from Lrterary Cuuncrl Mr Partrngton 114 . 2- eff' MAY, DIXIEANN LEIGH AMBITION - To own a Cadillac convertible MAYO IUDITH KATHLEEN CLUBS Booster FNA HIC Latm AMBITION Nurse MAYO ROBERT ALONZO AMBITION Auto mechanic MC CANN THOMAS DANIEL cwns Football AMBITION Physlclst MC CONNELL PHILIP RALPH CLUBS Hr Y ets AMBITION Electromc Engmeer MEADE RUTH CLUBS F H A AMBITION Teacher MEISCH IUDITH ELLEN CLUBS F H A AMBITION Secretary MEISCH LOUIS WESTLY CLUBS Keyhole Saud and Done AMBITION Photographer MERTZ BETTE ANN CLUBS Band FNA Orchestra ro Musica AMBITION To see the world MEZYNSKI KAYE FRANCES AMBITION To always be happy MILLER KIMM LEE CLUBS Cross Country Track AMBITION To go to Annapohs MITCHELL IANICE KAY AMBITION To be a success MOORE BARBARA KAY CLUBS Band Hr C Latm Orchestra Pro Musuca AMBITION To serve God to the best of my abrhty MOORE GARY CURTIS AMBITION Pattern 'naker MOORE MARY ANN CLUBS FAA Sec Vlce Pres GAA Pres Spanish Club AMBITION To make my first mllhon soon 1 I- I 'J ' . . L 3 . . .1 3 P ' CLUBS - Band: F.T.A.g G.A.A.5 Pro Musicag Y-Teens MORRISON SHIRLIE CAROLE CLUBS - G.A.A.4 Y-Teens AMBITION Secretary MORROW DIANE CLUBS GAA Vuce Presrdent Senate Fune Arts Socuety Student Councrl Y Teens Hnstornan AMBITION To take good care at Dave MOST ECKHARDT AMBITION Engmeer MULDER FREDRICK LYLE CLUBS Band Football MULLER RICHARD ALLEN CLUBS Football AMBITION To go to college MUNDT TERYL ALICE CLUBS Band Latm Y Teens AMBITION To graduate from college MUSGROVE IOHN WAYNE CLUBS Band Baseball Booster Conservatlon Pro Musrca AMBITION Chemlcal engmeer MUSK FRANK BRUCE CLUBS Conservatuon Treasurer French Pro Musnca AMBITION Sctence career NELSON BURTON DONALD NELSON IAMES EDWARD CLUBS Booster Sgt at Arms Camera Vuce Presldent Jets Raduo Tenms AMBITION Electrrcal engmeer NELSON KARAN ANN AMBITION To marry a speclal satlor NEUMER STEPHEN MICHAEL CLUBS Golf Orchestra Pro Mustca AMBITION Patent and tax lawyer NIXON MARGARET MARIE CLUBS Bowling Carmenta Literary Society GAA Natrona! Honor Soctety Orchestra Pro Muslca AMBITION Math Teacher NOLLAR VALERIE CLUBS Y Teens AMBITION To marry a mortucuan named Bob NUTT NANCY KATHERINE CLUBS Band Latnn Orchestra Pro Musrca AMBITION To get the most out of lute . , . . 1 ' ' " . I . . n v ' n , . - 1 , . ' . - 1 : 1 : ' . - , : : ' , AMBITION - Dentist . - : . 1 . ' : : : ' . . - : 5 ' . . , - : 1 5 ' OHST TERRENCE DUANE AMBITION To be a success OLSON IUDITH KAY CLUBS Senate Fme Arts Society Y Teens AMBITION To get married OLTHOFF IAMES FRIELING CLUBS Booster Treasurer Cheerleader Latin Masque Thespians AMBITION Salesman OSBORN PHILLIP LA VERN CLUBS - Booster' Cheerleader' Latin' Masque AMBITION - Teacher OTT DONALD EUGENE CLUBS - Band' Orchestra AMBITION - . PEHR, ROBERT LEE AMBITION - Draftsman PETERMAN, IAMES ROGER CLUBS - Pro Musicag Student Council AMBITION - Medicine PETERSEN, PHYLLIS IEAN CLUBS - G.A.A. AMBITION - To be successful PETERSON, WENDELL ARTHUR CLUBS - Lating Library, Treas.3 Natio Society AMBITION - Medicine nal Honor N UTTALL CAROLYN KAY CLUBS FTA Senate Fine Arts Society Y Teens AMBITION Elementary teacher OAKS CURTIS F OBER CAROL IEAN CLUBS Band Conservation GAA Latin Orchestra Pro Musica AMBITION Music teacher OCHS KARL CON RAD AMBITION Architect OGREN KAREN IEAN CLUBS A Cappella Ill Booster GAA Student Council Y Teens AMBITION To do less and earn more ons 1oHN oAvlo CLUBS Bowling AMBITION Draftsman M, fa-nqxi if PLEKES SANDRA KAY AMBITION Office work PLETCHER PATRICIA ANN AMBITION To get marrred and rars a fam y POE IAMES M CLUBS Band Orchestra Pro Musrca AMBITION Mechanacal engmeer PRANGER WILLIAM GORDON CLUBS Bowlrng AMBITION Teacher PUGH NORMAN WILLIAM AMBITION To be able to wear my cap and gown RADEL IOANNE EVELYN CLUBS A Cappella I a d III Booster Sgt t Arms Treasurer FTA Latrn Club YTeens AMBITION Teacher f57 RASEY IACK NEAL AMBITION Law enforcement RATCLIFFE CHARLES ANDREW AMBITION To have a salary of S250 a week REAMES MARSHA ANN CLUBS French Student Council AMBITION Arrlrne stewardess REICHARD PATRICIA ANN AMBITION Fashion designer REYNOLDS BRIAN WAYNE CLUBS Band F T A AMBITION Hustory teacher RICHARDS HENRY AMBITION Chemistry RICHESON DWIGHT RICHARD AMBITION Prmter RIEKELS BETTE LOU CLUBS A Cappella F N A AMBITION To lead a happy and successful lute ROBBINS SHARRON IEAN CLUBS Red Crass Student Councrl AMBITION Beautrcaan , aw, .1 sm. f at 1.2-" V -,za ,.,.. 7 ,MW ..,,,,.. my ,V ..,. 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Y-Teens AMBITION - Private secretary SCULL, IUDITH ANN CLUBS - French: Said and Done AMBITION -- To go to Paris SHATNEY, ROBERT HARRY CLUBS - Conservation AMBITION - To fly to the moon SHAW. NECIA ANN CLUBS - Booster: Bowling: Conservation: G.A,A,: Latin: National Honor Society: Orchestra: Pro Musica: Student Council: Y-Teens AMBITION - To sign R. N. after my name SHEPHERD, IUDITH LA VONNE CLUBS - Conservation: G.A.A.: Y-Teens AMBITION - To model hair styles SHERRIFF, DOLORES ANN CLUBS - Hi-C: F.A,A. AMBITION - Secretary Mm Qjwwgc G SHIVELY, THOMAS OINEIL AMBITION - Electrical engineer SILKY, CHARLES EDWARD CLUBS - Booster: French: Treasurerg Latin: Tennis AMBITION - To be ambitious SIMONSON. CARMEN IAYNE AMBITION - To be a professional bowler SIRONEN IACQUELINE MAE CLUBS Hr C Y Teens AMBITION To get along with everyone SLATER DAVID LEROY CLUBS A Cappella I and III Booster French Jets Track AMBITION Civil engineers SLATER MARY SHARON AMBITION Secretary NQX SMITH GEORGIA MAE cLuBs H. c AMBITION To lead a happy and successul lite SMITH IUDITH ANN CLUBS Conservation GAA Senate Fine Arts S t St d t C I acre y u en ounci AMBITION To be a success SMITH KENNETH CHARLES CLUBS Band Booster Speech Guild Track AMBITION To stay alive SMITH RODGER ALLEN AMBITION Stock car driver SMITH RUTH ANN AMBITION To be successful SNEED REBECCA IANE CLUBS Bozstfr Carmenta L Pro Musica eens AMBITION Dress designer SNOW SANDRA LEE CLUBS HIC Lafm AMBITION Nurse SNYDER ELLEN DARLENE SOUSER ROBERT LOUIS terary Society STOTT BARBARA IEAN AMBITION Housewrte STREET GARY LEE CLUBS Band Jets Pro Musrca Sard and Done AMBITION Inluneer SURRATT IERRY FRANKLIN AMBITION To own my own busrness and be my own boss SWANKER SANDRA SUE CLUBS Booster Carmenta Llterary Socrety French Y Teens AMBITION To be happy and successful SWAYER DOREEN FAITH CLUBS Hn C Lnbrary AMBITION To graduate and lrve a happy and successful lute TAYLOR BARBARA ELLEN CLUBS A Cappella AMBITION Elementary tcachcr TEN BRINK CAROLE LEE CLUBS Latm Masque Senate Sgt at Arms AMBITION To be 6 feet tall THELIN IONIS ANGELL CLUBS Bowlmg French GAA Pro Musrca AMBITION Physical educatnon teacher THOMPSON IANE KAY CLUBS Booster Carmenta YTeens AMBITION College drploma SPRINGSTEAD, DONALD LEE CLUBS - Football: Keyholeg Latin: Senior Class Historran: Track AMBITION - To be a coach and teacher STANLEY, IOYCE ELAINE CLUBS - G A A AMBITION To take a letter at IZO and transcrlbe It STAPEL CAROL GENEVIEVE AMBITION Secretary STAPEL PAUL FREDERICK CLUBS Band Orchestra Pro Musrca AMBITION Musrclan STEIN IULIE ANN CLUBS Carmenta Lrterary Society Debate Dramatrcs Keyhole Student Councll YTeens AMBITION To be free 21 and to graduate West Point STENBERG DANIEL RAYMOND CLUBS Debate Masque Saud and Done AMBITION To replace Mr Burdick from THOMPSON, ROBERT HAROLD THOMPSON, THOMAS ARTHUR CLUBS - Basketball: Cross Countryg Senior Class Sgt. at Armsp Student Council AMBITION - To get through college THOMPSON, THOMAS EDWARD CLUBS - Baseball AMBITION - Civil engineer TIBBS. MARY LOU AMBITION - Secretary TIELBAR, PATRICIA ANN ICLIURS - Booster, Treasurer: Bowlingg French: Aimhmon - Lab and X-ray eecimimn TIETSORT WANDA DOREEN AMBITION - To be a success TILLOTSON PEGGY ANN CLUBS Bowling AMBITION Sales work TINDALL DAVID WAYNE AMBITION Chemical engineer TITUS SANDRA SUE CLUBS Booster Bowling FH FTA AMBITION Commercial home economist TOPPEN ROBERT IOHN CLUBS Ha Y Spanish Club Sg at Arms AMBITION To make ore money than Uncle Sam TRIPP IACK ARTHUR CLUBS Conservation AMBITION To be a success TRUTE GORDON MITCHELL CLUBS Camera AMBITION Electronic technician TUORI THOMAS NEIL CLUBS Booster AMBITION To live to be IOS years old UGANSKI IOHN EDWARD AMBITION Millionaire ULMER KAREN LUCILLE AMBITION Private secretary K Z, 0-'ul I-fl Q I- 3 .':..A.:.1. N I 5 , 5 V: 2' A - I J .hc . 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LINE IOHN HAROLD AMBITION To be a success LUYTIES IAMES ROBERT MC KENZIE BERNARD O AMBITION State Pohce NIELSEN BERNARD R CLUBS Bowling AMBITION Commerclal pilot PIATT FREDERICK AMBITION To make money SCHWARTZ DIANE ALBERTA AMBITION To graduate SHAFER HOWARD ALLEN CLUBS Football AMBITION Maybe a garbage man' STOVERN WAYNE KENNETH CLUBS Cross country Football Track AMBITION To play ln the Regionals SWANSON SANDRA IEAN CLUBS Bowhng Future Nurses YTeens AMBITION Dress Deslgner WARNER RUSSELL I AMBITION To marry Bob and be very happy ZEEDYK BARBARA MAE AMBITION To work In an office inf' PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE BURGESS PATRICIA ANN CARVEY MARLENE MARIE COMSTOCK ROGER ALLEN CRAMPTON YVONNE DEKKER MARY ANN DEWITT MELVIN WAYNE DODGE LANCE RONALD GORENFLO BARBARA SUE GREENWOOD SANDRA ANN HAMILTON AGNES A HANSEN DAVID ROBERT HARTLEY RUSSELL CARL IOHNSON VERNON CLIFFORD LAKE GEORGE LINDSAY MC CLEARY ELEANOR MARIE MC DONALD WILLIAM IAMES MITCHELL KENNETH LEE OVERKAMP FRED POFFINBARGER IAMES CLARK REED DOROTHY MAY TAYLOR PATRICIA KAY VANDER KOOI IACK DALE WHITE KAREN LEE WHITE LLOYD TAYLOR 4 - ' It t A ' I. wmv, MARY nose , - tv 'X K Bonme Berg and Nancy Bergman pose mth handsome I2 A Teddy Must have been a good poke from the looks on rhe faces of Steve Demos Nancy Bergman and Bonme Berg O O ' . 1 . . 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Ac X1 if I JI- - A - , FRONT ROW Kay Smuth Wendy Houghton Rosemary Wuerengo Lula Whute Anuta Hulluard Barb Hunt loan Beck Sandra McKunney Maruan Green berg Darlene Plumley Januce Hulka SECOND ROW Randy Kues Sally Dalson Sandra Taulbee Frances Brown Margaret Hartwell Vuvuan Dumaw Nancy Nolen Marulyn Reunertson Marlyce Fredrucks Chrustune Nelson typust Barb Bruunung leanne Vander Weg Judy Polk Elouse Puckel THIRD ROW Max Matteson Davud O Carlson Karen Wuersma Wanda Dodge Joretta Johnson Joyce Hulka Julua Beadle Carol Klooster Treas Ruth Ann Clock Matuna Vulgarus Sec loan Vulgarus Roberta Aardema Vuce Pres Mary Wubalda Tracy Newkurk FOURTH ROW James Schmudt Glorua Nelson Roxue Puerce Theodora Schmudt Sherry Nelson Lmda Roberts Hustoruan Luv Rogstad Chrusty Lucyk Necua Ann Shaw Walda Estrup Corres Sec Leslue Eldrudgc John Kutuchuef Muke Workman lulue Ernvall Jeanne Carlson Duck Danhof Marvun Vander Wall FIFTH ROW Jum Doubles Kurt Meuer Ann Goggun Sherru Collunge Terry Collunge Elorue Dykema Karen Rutter Judy Lowung Tom A Thompson Mary Sample Nancy Legatz Judy Baker Muke Ross left Funkhouser James Peterman Phulup Schutter Ed Wungler Karl Hesse Pres Mr Rolfe Adv wzafsm Meme Student Government un our school us conducted by representatuves from each homeroom wuth Karl Hesse, presudent, and Roberta Aardema, vuce presudent The Councul sponsors the oruentatuon assembly, and the used book store every year to help the students Another prouect whuch they worked hard on was the February prom June un January Thus organuzatuon em phasuzes Safety and School Spurut un thus area Through uts many actuvutues ut accomplushes the goal ut has set for utself to promote funer hugh school spurut to further a more fruendly co operatuon between the students and the faculty and to better the exustung condutuons un our school Nancy Nolen Marlyce Fredrucks lohn Kutuchuef Muke Ross Karl Hesse Wendy Houghton Matuna Vulgarus Ruth Ann Clock Jeanne Vanderweg Florence Dykema and Walda Estrup represented M H S at the area Safety Meet last September n -as I f . is u ll.. 4. -:dine 1 ' 1 , 1 ' .1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 V t - . 1 . : . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' . 1 ' 1 1 : 1 ' 1 . -1 .1 b ' ' 1 4 5 ' 41 ' I 3 ' . 2 4 5 ' V 1 ' . 1 ' 1 1 g 1 1 1 I I 1 4 1 1 . 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 . . - I I I . ,, . ,, . . . 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' T ' A v , 1' .MMV -if I u.. 1 . .., f-' t I 1 1 .1 - u ' - -, u 1 3 au, 1 - - L., 4, V I - Q 1 New rnductces Jane Thompson Nancy Brown :ng lane Appleton Joretta lohnsan Wendell Petersen and Gordon Burtendorp sign regrster at the formal rntes held In the fall ,lain A. tie Wanna National Honor Socrety represents those students wlth hugh scholostlc abrlrty They must also have high standards of leodershlp and character To quolrfy one must keep good grades with no less than one C He also ranks rn the top thnrd of has class The members encourage the underclassmen to malntaln their scholastrc marks so that he too, may qualrfy All the students that succeed ore lnducted rn the fall at the formal mductlon ceremony Mrs O Conner sponsors this group of outstandrng quallty who may become the foremost leaders of our natron and community FRONT ROW Susanne Graf Dorothy Srplon Jane Thompson Arlyn Cleverrnga Lucy Bozeman Bonnre Berg Leah Hall ludy Furst Sec Jean Cramer Hlstorran SECOND ROW Anne Lounse Browmng Nancy Shannon Susan Rose Margaret Hartwell Jane Appleton Necra Ann Shaw Margaret Nrxon Matma Vulbarl Ioretta Johnson THIRD ROW Make Workman Pres Jlm Mudgett Wendell Peterson Raymond Gnmm Vrce Pres Gordon Burten orp Edward Wrngler Bxll Ferns Treas Charles Bursey Steve Neumer Jeff Funkhouse cr sa W' -vnu .Q Q a 1 """1- X Vgfff E Thesplans Pat Knon Jum Olthotf and Matma Vulgarls take nme out of their busy school Isle for a pcture law am Une Wmdeed Www dfzeafcd One hundred hours of speech work such as debate forenslcs and radlo IS the requnre ment for lolnlng the honor society for speech students Natlonal Thesplans Society The few who work extra hard and achieve more than a hundred hours are rewarded with stars and be come three star and four star Thesplans The members of Thesplans often partlclpate In assemblies and work on other projects In speech work Projects whlch they put on outside of speech are a cupcake sale and a dance The members of Thesplans have organized themselves for the purpose of promotlng mterest an debate forenslcs and radlo among the students and they all work hard to ac complnsh thus FRONT ROW Dorothy Slplon Hlstonan Pat Knop Sec Ed Wmgler Scnbe Matma Vulgans Vlce Pres Joretta johnson Pres Jim Olthotf STAND ING Mr Van Camp Mrs Redmond Mr Pohng Mr Knrn Advisors 's.....--., FRONT ROW Barb Cross Recardrng censor Carole TenBrmk Aedrle Sharon VanderKoor Chorr Dlrector Janet Hylen Lrctor SECOND ROW Anne Lourse Brownmg Aedale Judy Benham Praetor ludy Furst Praetor Margaret Hartwell Consul Elsa Hansen Lrctor THIRD ROW Bob Jensen Attendance 74.644 Waimea! of efdddtddl Quan The theme for the Latin Club thus year IS Greek and Roman mythology Uslng thus theme members present programs of Greek and Roman culture This naturally tres In with their purpose to encourage study and develop Interest un the culture of the Greeks and Romans On May twenty seventh the club holds their annual open house and presentatlon of awards Honors ore glven to students holdmg furst, second thlrd, and fourth place ln the Natnonal Lotm Exam Scholarshlps are also awarded and certlhcates are grven to those students mamtammg a B average or better rn class durrng the year Members can also earn honors by partlcrpatrng In choral and Instrumental work and In club programs The only club wlth nts own orchestration Censorg fd Wingler, Consulg Douglas Mctrea. Lictorf Wendell Peterson, Questorg'Bob Pendleton, Orchstla Direc-tor. I ' I .. I ' ' 1 ' I i! va I FRONT ROW Nma Wneber Anne Buttermore Treasurer Nellue Bozeman Janlce Davls Lynne Grandpean Sally Brooks Donna Hoekenga Sergeant at Arms Janet Cooper SECOND ROW Sandra Kennedy Karen Gronberg Pam FrIedman Carolyn Nuttall Marllyn Wysozan Secretary Sharon Berg Presndcnt jeannc Bunten Presndent Ruthann Holman Nancy Farran Mrs Storms Advrser FOURTH ROW Betty RIctIardson Mary Rork Barbara Nauta Nancy Radel Marva Walsworth Januce Dykema Janet Roberts Sharon Schulter Peggy Hollander ParIIamentarIan Wig med? Quia .fecvm 1-faeweze The person In the front of your classroom IS the vocatlonal goal of many students the teacher The students of M H S who are Interested In thIs occupatlon, belong to Future Teachers of AmerIca The members further theIr knowledge of the held of educatIon through speakers and VISITS to other schools The bug goal thIs year was theIr trIp to MIchIgan State UnIversIty In the sprlng To raIse money for expenses they sponsored a dance and several cupcake sales ThIs year, under theIr new odvlsor Mrs Storms, the members have Increased theIr knowl edge of thrs protesslon and Interested others In the held of teachmg Gatherung Intormatuon for a report on teachlng IS leanne Bunten Anne Buttermore and Susan Denton A61 we-.Y . ' S II T S h Y , K U I I Q . 5 1 L 2' I A . y , ,. Alma' Brockwellg Susan Denton, Historian, Joan Vanderleest, THIRD VROW: Carol Rossg ludy McLouth,'Jo Scottg Ruth Helstrom: Carbl Black, Vice: I O . . . ., J I l YT ,fm FRONT ROW Judy McLouth Joyce Krueger Anrta Conybeare Joyce Pascavrs Sandra Graham Eumce House Janrce Hulka Gene lohnson Margo Brown Sandra lensen Terry Redmond SECOND ROW Carol Hrll Judy Dewald Sandra Lathrop Thelma Larson Sharon VanderKoor Patrrcra Pelon Carol Ferguson Sandy Srmpson ludy Brown Phyllrs Swanson Elame Holmgren THIRD ROW Lmda Cutler Jamce Werner Mary Rurk lnez Roer Sergeant at Arms Ehse Schanzlrn Judy Hovey Hrstornan Jeanne Vanderweg Treasurer leanne Carlson Barb Ellrs Presrdent Phyllrs Bovay Marrlyn Booker FOURTH ROW Nancy Weatherlue Janet Murbarger Ann Goggun Jane Muller Ann Happeny Shrrley Page Carol Ames Sharon Rogers Sandy Brown Susan Kay Smith Lmda Handy ludy Benham FIFTH ROW Connre Brrd Jamce Muller Ann Frnucan Chrrstme Nelson Secretary Nancy Krupp Janet Hylen Betty Morrrson Barb Klomp Wag af7Zwe4e47fefze Members of Future Nurses have become better acquarnted wrth therr vocatronal rnterests throuqh talks grven by doctors and nurses, vrsrtrng area hosprtals the blood center, and the Crvrl Defense Center, and by comparrng notes wrth other clubs of Greater Muskegon For recreatron from thus serrous occupatron they held a Chrrstmas party Under the drrectlon of Mrs Bloom the gurls try for the two scholarshrps awarded each year by working hard on all projects All the actlve members Improve their outlook on nursrng and further therr understanding of rt rn Future Nurses Club Enloyung a punch party are candndates and present members of Future Nurses Club Thus helps to explain the large membershrp of the group Left to rrght Chrrstrne Nelson Barb Ellrs presrdent Jeanne VanderWeg Inez Roer Elarnc Holmgren ludy Brown Judy Benham and Sharon VanderKool ,.pmu., , ,,,,,, f , V ,Q , M , - ' , i J V ' . 4 ee ra Q ' - A ,, lei' 5 J Q A - A ,E g G , , , .Q J- .. 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Y ' v P lnductuon of Future Homemakers us a dramatuc and solemn occasuon a Bernuce Bont conducts the ceremony ella qfamemczina '74 74eoz The Future Homemakers of Ameruca us o group of gurls very much unterested un cookung and sewung By becomung members they further theur Interest and prepare for the day when they too may become homemakers And by partucupatung un the home school and communuty octuvutues of thus club the gurls become better members Thus year they plan to work closely wuth communuty organuzatuons and have varuous servuce projects for these organuzatuons especually the Red Cross At the Red Cross headquarters they wull be guven specual jobs to perform To funance theur servuce prouects they rouse money by sellung cupcakes and sponsorung a skatung party and a dance Mrs Colluer us the advusor for thus group of gurls who wull make our homes of the future better places to luve FRONT ROW Sluuuley Cole Parluamentaruan Bernuce Borut State Edutor Darleen Steele Secretary Nancy Wulluams Presudent Catherune Davus Hus toruan Darleen Eckert Mane Evans Patsy Wluusenant SECOND ROW Mrs Colluer Advuser Judy Meusclu Marulyn Luttell Marlene Terryn Bullue Wulluams Barbara Ryefueld Mary Bell Q, 0 , -' nl, .. , r X as 'mm , 4 s S ' , I 2 is Q ,K . . . . S . . I I I ' I I , . , . . 3 3 ' 2 . . I A . . I I " . u . G ' 'u 4'4- .-: :I : . 1 . , : : : : 2 I - -C..M-C. 4.6: Future Accountants are oft tor a tour of a local busuness ottrcc to gaun rntormatron on prospectrvc robs mga! and .face mtement '74 cz mai Who are the accountants In todays business world? Mostly men, arent they? Yet e club at M H S that helps prepare students for that occupation consists of gurls They are mterested nn bookkeeping and accountrng and thus have organrzed themselves unto e Future Accountants of America They vrslted Industries of this area and had guest speakers to learn more about e opportumtles and requirements for therr chosen vocation They also engoyed sponsoring a dance As a result of membershrp rn this club they have become better acquainted with the dutles and drvudends of benng an accountant FRONT ROW Jan Madlson Edna Graft Sharon Quark reporter Judy Wemrlck Marva Keur Barb Kodush Betty Kevern Pat Swam SECOND ROW Mary Moore Vlcc Presrdent Sandra Baun Treasurer Judy Iverson Secretary Elsue Cwynar Hrstorran Vrrgmua Bennett Presrdent Dolores Sherrrft Marrlyn Suevers THIRD ROW Sandralu St Amour reporter Karen McConnell Wrlma VanKckerx Carol Mes enzer May Huslop Eduth Gronberg Carolyn Eruckson r, 1,1 vt , V' 6 . I D T ' Y I 'X ' .4 r A v I I ' ' ' . ' . th . . . . . . th .. . . . th ' ' ' , - Z: ' V. ,Z : ' Z: ' ' F: I S . 1 ' ' ' Sandra Simpson hands Terry Redmond punch whale Terrys mother wants he turn at the lag annual rnductnon presented by Senate .31 ,, -.. ,- Q 'a 'W' Orem cena Oafedcm cc ,-ifdofated lg S Members representing the forty eight states of the Unlted States meet twlce a month In one of our most educatronal clubs The gurls of the Senate Fme Arts Society have portlc lpated In many actlvltles this year Including a dance, a style show a mothers tea, and a Thanksglvlng Banquet The members attend a CIVIC Theater play, hear a talk glven by an Art Gallery personnel, and glve speeches on the Interesting facts about the state they represent The special project thus year IS the support of an over seas orphan Mrs Andrews helps the gurls accompllsh the purpose of Senate to further the knowledge of the tune arts and to contrubute to the community as much as possible Q FRONT ROW Mary Wubalda Janet Davas Chnstme Nelson Sec Sandra Taulbee Carole Ten Brmk Karen Fnelstra Judy Hanson Terry Redmond Marcna Warren Nancy Fisher SECOND ROW Ruth Alexander Peg Wannwrlght Vnce Pres Walhe Estrup ludy Olson Judy Smrth Ruth Clock Pres Joan Vulgans Hnstornan Kathy Wa ner Parl Patncua Darrow Sandy Sumpson THIRD ROW Paulette Schott Sgt At Arms Carol Le Tarte Io Scott Carol Jensen Kay Goodenrath Judy Leckrone Karen Wlerenga Theodora Schmudt Pam Lindberg Leshe Eldridge Sgt at Arms Janice Davis Ruth Bouwman Janice Collmge Mrs Andrews Advnser FOURTH ROW Gloria Nelson Sharon Peters Sandie Johnson Carolyn Dykstra Terry Collmge Sherry Colllnge Barb Ellus Betty Jo Fuelds Judy Baker Treas Jane Rasey Corinne Nelson Carolyn Nuttall FRONT ROW Jull Wulson Hollee Beadle Julue Ernvall Sandy Swanker Becky Sneed Judy Carlson Lucy Bozeman Wendy Houghton Roberta De Muro Corr Sec Elouse Puckel Parluamentaruan SECOND ROW Mrs Coutchue Advusor Julue Steun Januce Wuersma lane Thompson Mary Muxer Carolune Peterman Durelle Lundgren Marlyce Fredrucks Lynne Chevlm Bonnue Berg Pat Knop Pres THIRD ROW Ellen Plant Suzanne Church Roxue Puerce Candy Wuerengo Judy Furst Rec Sec ludy Benham Vuce Pres Sue Ward Judy Decker Merru Lee Knapp Margaret Nuxon Duane Wutt FOURTH ROW Mary Hansen Nancy Nolen Peg Jensen Joan Russell ludy Lowung Lunda Roberts Treas Mary Ortquust Luv Rogstad Jeanne Bunten Nancy Buouwers Julue loneson fzei?u4qmS anddm Bug susters untroduced the new members to the rest of the group at the Carmenta Luterary Socuetys formal unductuon un the tall The gurls maun actuvutues for the year have been the drrve to send cu representatuve to a foreugn country for Amerucon Fueld Servuce, the annual sprung fem unvute The Cotton Ball the settung up of the displays un the County Museum, and dustrubutuon of Thanksguvung and Chrustmas baskets The tuve specual evenung meetungs are devoted to the study of luterature Workung hard at these prouects the members fultull theur purpose of studyung and en joyung tune luterature and promotung and helpung with worthwhule prouects un our school and un our communuty Bonnue Berg chats wuth Luv Rogstad four Norweguan exchange student! at the Carmenta unductuon ceremony lNotuce Luvs natuve costume 7 1 ' g -: n 2. 1 : A A : g A : h l 1 : g . . .: , . : . . 1 : : : : J 1 : : : , . : . 1 : : , . .: . .: n .: , 1 , , 1 . I 5 1 1 : : , .5 1 2 I I ll ' ' ll ' . , . . . . , ' ' Il ll ' I FLUTES Darlene De Vrres Judy Hoffman Carol lensen Bette Mertz Carol Rrchards Sally Shannon Marva Walsworth Sandra Taulbee Catherrne Pengrlly OBOES Roberta De Muro Kay Glrdden Candy Wrerengo CLARINETS Annette Anderson Ted Bensrnger Lowell Burtendorp Art Crsler Sandra Collrer Anne Davus Bull Ferns Dennrs Gassman Pat Glennre Chas Jury Glona Nelson Nancy Nutt Carol Ober Jrm Peterman Ellen Plant Laurel Potts Mary Ortqurst Bnan Reynolds Kenneth Smrth Ronme Street Vrrgmra Thelm Krlcrease John Musgrave Elause Prckel Carmen Wrard BASSOONS Ruth Flrclzema Mary Maftuson Barbara Moore James Poe game! Zawya .lmao Wfemlefw The M H S Band had a busy fall this year starting with Band Camp at the Smrth Walbrldge Camp at Syracuse, Indiana, where the band trarned for one week prevnous to the opening of school One hundred and twenty fave band members, part of the marchrng band, made the trrp to Syracuse Thus year the football season was marred by the lack of an adequate drrll fleld and the effects of the flu bug The twenty nlnth annual Benton Harbor trup had to be cancelled because of so much sickness The band made a frne showung though at the Helghts Mus kegon game with therr new spats Two Important parades participated nn by the band were the Naval Reserve Salute Parade and the Veterans Day Parade Ken Van Ahdel, ludy Carlson,-Terry Mu'ndt, Becky Sneed. A. CLARINET: Judy Vanderveen, Carol hlouck. BASS CSLARINET: Carol I I I - 1 1 ' ' I SAXOPHONES Wm Arnold Robert Boerma Wrn Dullard Tom Groenveld Sharon Peters Shurley Rooks Joanne Zacharuason CORNETS Wayne Brullhart Jeff Funkhouser Jack Hasper Loretta Knoll Wm Knevutt lcy Oslund Ken Stack Duck Stules Gary Street Carol Vanderstelt Patsy Van Regenmorter Darrel Walters FRENCH HORNS Sandra Block Marcella Bouwman Tracy Newkurk Maureen Hempstead Sharon Repta Barclay Roach Douglas Walvoord BARITONES Dan Herman Dave Hulluard Ruchard Johnson Duck Klemo Judy Ross Duck Smuth BASSES Carl Dephouse Davud George Kenneth Koouman Gerald Puatt PERCUSSION Bob Alexander Duck Garold Paxon Gary Smeltekop Ray Squures Rachel Stone Tom Wukman www Www 7 The band took part un all the football pep assemblues and un the mutual basketball pep assemblues, but they abandoned the last of the basketball assemblues to prepare for uts annual concert actuvutues scheduled from February through the latter part of May The agenda was as follows February 26 two concert assemblues February 27 the twenty second annual mud wunter concert March 22 Dustruct Competutuve Festuval at Grand Haven Aprul 26 State Competutuve Festuval un East Lansung May started out wuth the Outdoor Sprung Concert Followung thus was the Benefut Concert to rouse money for next years transportatuon for band camp and funally the graduatuon exer cuses Thus year the band was made up of three dustunct groups for the furst tume un the hustory of M H S Marchung Band whuch after the football season was broken down unto the other two concert organuzatuons, Symphonuc Band and Concert Band Danhof. Janet Jensen, Harry Knight, Lynn 0lson,'Don Ott, Stanley Wilson. TROMDONES: Bob 'Berghuis, Larry- Domont, Carl 'Frans. a n I I . , . - . . . I -I . I . . Jane Appleton Barbara Benham Bob Berghuns Anne Blegalle Carl Burgess Sandra Bloch Gordon Carlrsle Lynne Colllnge Brenda Curtnce Maxme Custer Duck Danhat Roberta De Muro Carl Dephouse Lynnette De Vol Rachard Doddrngton Lanny Englund Brenda Enckson Pat Glennie Kay Glrdden Prrscrlla Hansen Marrlyn Horsley Carol Jensen lanet Jensen Shirley lnlo Charles Jury BII Knevrtt Harry Knnght Bob Lantlng Beverly Le Mneux Karen Long Tom Maastricht Janet Madnson Judy Madrsan Mary Mattnson Zheng pfagefza caeZZ 24464 One of the largest orchestras In Muskegon Hugh Schools hrstory started out this year with many new flne strung players Only one other orchestra of our school surpassed this years rn snze Orchestra played for the twelve Concert Lecture Series at the Kawanls Club agaln thus year These performances began In October, ended temporarily at Christmas, and commenced agaln ln January Other performances Included our Thanksgrvrng assembly Teachers Club Actlvrtles at the new Marquette School, a speclal Sunday concert on March l6, a school as sembly concert, mud year commencement the honors assembly In June, and Its annual punch concert Instances when they competed with other orchestras for awards were the Dlstrlct Competltlve Festival In Grand Haven and the State Competltlve Festlval Under the dlrectlon of Mr Wllllam Stewart the orchestra of M H S has presented an excellent year of muslc ' . 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' - 1 A, . .. ..- lj, FRONT ROW Mrkre Inman Becky Snood Marva Dc Young Trcas Julue Ernvall Soc Lucy Bozeman Parlam Bonnue Berg Pres Karen Ogren Julla Scott Jeanne Carlson Janet Davns THIRD ROW lanet Cochran Pam Frredman Judy Sheperd Darleen Wrlde Paulette Schort Sandy Swanker Jane Thompson Judy Nladuson Wendy Houghton Barb Hartsema Leslu: Eldrudge FOURTH ROW leannc Bunten Carol Black Teryl Mundt Karen Wolt Julre loneson Nancy Brouwers Sgt At Arms Kay Goodenrath Judy Olson Carolyn Nuttall Iva Janc Warner Carol Hartz Ruth Bouwman Nancy Fisher Vnlefzecz' an 0 4624 ,bd-264 pfzayecfa of Z eeaa The gurls of M H S who want to better themselves splrltually mentally, and physically assemble for YTeens They helped needy tamllles with baskets at Thanksglvlng and Christmas, they sold candy to and the crippled children of Marquette School The Y Teens sponsored the annual wlnter fem mvlte Muslc and Mistletoe A slumber party was also an actlvrty which all members enloyed Many of the gurls went to the national convention of Y Teens In St Louis, Mlssourl, In March to learn more about therr organrzatlon Mrs John Galney IS thelr advrsor wrth Mrs Robert Knapp and Mrs Paul Thunfors usslstlng can 45 How do you luke our new statnonery7 says Mary Hansen Ways and Means S, Charrman as she shows lulla Beadle presrdent and Julle Ernvall secretary Q the statronery Y Teens are sellmg wlth the school prcture on at N 419' While chewing on a consuming some other at a football game, one is the work of the boys Club. Their club isn't hot dog or refreshment realizes this of the Hi-Y all food, of course. They work to create, main- tain, and extend throughout the school and community high stand- ards of Christian character. Any young fellow joining this club will be sure to find real Christian fellow- ship, while also participating in such recreational sports as swimming and bowling. The Hi-Y also works to help others less fortunate than us, Charles Murphy Dave Dillard Bob Dixon Officers go ovcr finances with Advisor Mr Rus chcr W Z qfeipc acid Zifzcctccm wdlddkl Steve Bowyer Charles Murphy Treas David Dillard Sec Bob Dixon Pres Bob Thorson Sgt At Arms Philip McConnell Terry Burnham THIRD ROW Mr Russcher Advisor Charles Foster Ron Fuller Dave Moore Ken Sandy Kurt Meier Bill Browne Chaplain Marvin Hage Loren Russcher Bull Burke Jim Mudgett 6 I I I FRONT ROW: Rod Brahrnang Harry Parmerp John Dusenbery: Tom Cowan: Richard Bartscht: Larry Marek: Boo Toppen. SECOND ROW: Jim Bassett W 5. 4? if 2 H? ya Q' t Q FRONT ROW loretta Johnson Elame Humenlck Carole Ten Brink Terry Redmond Matma Vulgarls Dorothy Srplon Roma Zrarnko Absent a Knop Sec SECOND ROW Harrrett Woodard Mary Wrbalda Karen Beesmg Roxne Prerce Barb Cross Judy Benham Vrce Pres Jane Stevens Sgt t Arms Candy Wlerengo THIRD ROW Reva Hlodan Ruth Alexander Carol Jensen Sandra Collrer Betty .lo Fields Carol Kllcrease Wanda Dodge Manan Greenberg FOURTH ROW Dan Nrckell Duck Rolfe Mrke Meyer lohn Holcomb Ed Wmgler Pres Charles Bursey Treas Danrel Stenberg Sam Ward 04cm,f4az!afze.4'efewaWmced2a!e To be or not to be that rs the questron To be what? To be rn Masque of course Twlce a year the hopeful actors to be of M H S audltlon for the Masque Dramatic Society with a short sklt If they succeed they can partucrpate In the three act play In the fall the three one act plays m the sprung the Festival of Plays, and the Banquet at the end of the year for the Speech Gurld and Masque Oh the theatre IS the pleasant srgh of Masque members when they ve frmshed a year of partrcnpatrng rn plays They have accomplished their purpose to create on Interest rn dramatlcs and the theatre, and to stimulate a general Interest rn good plays and to offer an opportunity to take part In and stage plays I JAM X I 49 "' Pat Knop Judy Benham Charles Bursey and Carol Ten Bunk check over the records ol ' the Masque Dramatic Socrety E I e - gr tl A A Q, W V A .fl qi:-gg V331 ,. 4 " 2 U ? J L v - ' h s .Q lg ig A f . I L A 3 3 Q I In A ' T 1 V. ff 4 I W. W X l' 1 N . 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T' 'H YW' .qvvv-kgs-my -Q FRONT ROW Ellen Spoelman Virginia Ferrell Sharon Adams Donna Hoekenga Pat Henricks Carol Hagen Bonnie Sabin SECOND ROW Loren Klevering Treasurer Karen Gronberg Vice President Pam Friedman President Betty Jo Fields Secretary Janice Caswell Joretta johnson Dorothy Siplon Inez Roer THIRD ROW Carolyn Erickson Jim Cramer Bill Browne Ed Wingler john Kurn Advisor Carol Gilner ae Wal of Speed Pwyectc Any student interested In speech work other than dramatics has a chance to try out for Speech Guild The activities consist ot entering interschool competition presenting assem blies to the student body, and presenting programs to civic groups Also among their many activities they promote forensics and assist the debate class In order that members become better acquainted, the new members give a party for the old members This is held during the first of the school year Loren Klevering Pam Friedman Janice Caswell, and Betty lo Fields, officers of Speech Guild, discuss their plans as to how to promote forensics at M.H.S. lack Beukema gets asslstance In puttlng up decorations for the Spamsh Club dance from Ran Holmes Joyce DeLong Tom Maastricht Pam Fried man Carol Hartman Sandra Bogert and loan VanderLeest Da We pfmclcce lie zhllltdd 5007 HolalcComo esta Ud hoy7' Thus IS the greetnng of the Spamsh Club members Twuce a month they meet to see slldes or movies of South America or Spam to llsten to mterestlng talks about these countrres, or to just play some Spamsh games The members of Spamsh Club sponsored a dance and several baked goods sales to raise money The purpose of EI Cnrcula Espanol us to encourage the practice of Spamsh and to famll rarrze the members wrth the customs, Iuterature, and arts of the Spamsh and Spamsh Amerncan countrles The fulfillment of this purpose Increases the amlty between their countries and ours FRONT ROW Arloa Tazelaar Joan VanderLeest Vrce Presldent Lmda Buys Lyne Inderbrtzm Joan Nelson Barb Klomp Pat Henrlcks SECOND ROW Bev Gage ludy Peterman Anne Parr Sandra Tennant Reporter Sandra Bogert Carol Hartman Pam Freedman Treasurer Beverly Getz THIRD ROW Judy Pohl Joyce DeLong Tom Maastricht Don Goosen Roy Beagle Jack Beukema Ron Holmes Presrdent Georgna Ramos Nancy Farran I 1 0 ,, . 4 4 , . . . . . . . . . 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U ' 6 ' 1, if I xi 5 ' ps uv '7 Ov fx 'I we e FRONT ROW Sue Zacharnason Sandy Swanker Judy Carlson Barb Hartsema VIce Pres Lynne lnderbItzIn lane Stevens Wendy Houghton Pres Jane Scherdegger SECOND ROW Carolrne Peterman Mary MIxer Roberta DeMuro LInda QuIck MarcIa Warren Martha DInger Carol Gaultney Nancy Barrmger THIRD ROW Candy Wlerengo Sgt at Arms and ParlIamentarIan Judy Church judy Dewald Carol HIII Pat Taelbar Nan Weatter Paulette Droppcrs Darlene Goosen Frances Brown FOURTH ROW Karen Thompson Susanne Graf Secretary Mary Mattnson MarIlyn Relnertson LInda Anderson Audrey WeIncrt LeslIe EIdrIdge Naoma Anderson Carol Ross FIFTH ROW Ronnle Wayer Davrd Sonnega Doug McCrea Alton Walker Sgt at Arms Charles SIlky Treasurer Karen FIeIstra MarIanna Clark Mary Rork Sharon Rauschenberger emfefw five Pea 77464 To help the French classes the clubs have bought some 0UlSld9 readxng books and dIctIonarIes ThIs actIve club has also contrlbuted to CARE Les AmIS de la France or French Club IS an extra help for French students but It IS also of recre atIonal Interest 64 ffmcc de 64 So many students are Interested In the French language that there are two French Clubs at MHS TheIr purpose IS to promote Interest In the language and culture of France Throughout the year the members have seen sIIdes and movres, heard talks, sung French songs, and put on skIts Many members are wrItIng to French pen pals FRONT ROW MIKIC Inman Pres Iva Jane Warner Jamce Dykema Lynne Grandyean Donna Hockenga VIrgInIa Ferrell Beverly Plant SECOND ROW Maureen Mersh Treas Susan Rose Judy Lowmg LInda Roberts Jeanne Bunten Marthann Mrller PBTYICIB Darrow Sharon Gray THIRD ROW ludy Scull Nancy Joslyn VICE Pres AdvIsor Carol KIlcreasc LInda Thunfors Sgt at Arms lane Stevens Sgt at Arms Jane MIIler Sec Mrs ool M... -M'-lffxvcs gg? 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'31 FRONT ROW Sandra Jensen Madeleme Roth Shrrley Powers Joanne Farmer Pat Mrlas Judy Grllard Janet Braun lane Chancellor Norma Calkms SECOND ROW Bonnrc Barrett Colleen Nrcholson Erma Konmg Anrta Conybeare Robert Krevutt Bob Hughes Donald Whute ludy Whnte Terry Redmond Penny Robertson THIRD ROW lnez Roer Sandra Janes Judy Convey Nancy DeVrIes Don Basham Ray Hozer Jrm Meyers Rome Puerce Pnscllla Phulhps Nancy McFarland FOURTH ROW Barbara South Nancy Sutton JudIth Taylor Peg St Amour Larry lespersen Kenneth Johnston Edward Schultz Carol Glafcke Lynn Kordrsh Kay Zrmmerman MarIe Erxleben SEATED LIla Whrte Sec PflSCIll3 Hansen VIce Pres Karen ieg my fam 7am and Sophomore and upper classmen wlth no prevrous choral The srxteen select volces that sang at our Thanksgwmg experlence who are Interested In vocal musIc form the Mus assembly thls year were the Muskegon Madrrgahans Other kegon Sensor Hrgh Chorus The members are requrred to have a desIre to sung good musrc and develop thelr own vocal Instruments Thelr performances Include the Fall Tea for Sophomore Parents In December Chrustmas carolrng at M H S and local hosprtals and the Annual Chorr Parents Program and In the sprmg programs for local church and CIVIC groups Srngmg happlly through the course the members YCCCIVE the choral expenence and tralnrng In the basrc fundamentals that they had hoped to gaIn performances for thIs year Included the Sophomore Parents Tea In December the Annual Chonr Parents Program choral arrangements grven for local servlce clubs and churches the Solo Ensemble Festrval In Grand Raplds In March sIngIng for the Muskegon Teachers Club In Apnl and In May the Annual Spnng Concert The Madrlgahans was formed to provlde experlence for advanced slngers In a small ensemble smglng madrlgals and other composltrons SEATED LIIa Whlte Sec PrIscIlla Hansen Vrce Pres Karen WIersma Karen Stromsta Nan Weatter Jane Rasey STANDING Larry Carlson Gary Shedd Kenneth Luytles Tom Wrkman Cralg Rose Wiersmag Karen' Stromstap Nan' Weatterg Jane' Rasey. STANDING: Larry Carlsong Gary Shedd: Kenneth Luytjesg Tom Wikmang Craig Rose. .Y . 7 3 Fin L+ FRONT ROW Ruth Meyers Lmda Qurck Mary Muxer Rosemary Wrerengo Ida Gerwrn Wanda Tretsort ludne Shepherd Marilyn Booker Bonnre Sabm Betty Barley Audrey Wemert SECOND ROW Carol Stapel Carol Henry Marthann Muller Marrlyn Vedclers Sherry Nelson Ruth Bouwman Darleen Wllde Velma Davrd Bette Rrekels Judee Church Jayne Muller Charlene Scott THIRD ROW Brenda Purkrss Darlene Eckert Conme Clmand Janice Robertson Leslle Eldridge Nan Cutler Chrrs Kotlewskl Joan Hmes Shlrley Fresby Paulette Schort ludy Dewald Patrrcra Pelon FOURTH ROW Pat McAImden Janlce Gulbert Dons Ketchum Loretta Lawrence Lors Groothurs Judre Baker Magdalene Whlsenant Marllynne Anderson Mary Wrbalda Wanda Dodge Carol Messenger Sally Dephouse Vrrglma Doctor Gall Ketchum The gurls who have sung rn the Sensor Hugh Chorus may advance mto the M H S Grrls Chorr Before they are accepted they must do well In the audltlon given by Mr Robert Ienmngs Thelr performances Chrrstmas carolmg and Annual Cholr Parents Program rn December and slngrng for the local church and clvrc groups rn the sprung provude them with many opportunrtles to sung This hard work adds up at the end of the year to the choral expenence rn a more select group and more advanced tramrng m the basac fundamentals of good slnglng they strive for 7740414 A a e o ooo Ma ma me mo moo La la le lo oooh What are these peculiar sounds? They are notlung but the warm up exerclses that emanate from Room IO7 every fourth hour These exerclses are a prelude to a full hours work for the bug A Cappella Choir This group represents the highest vocal attainment and provides choral experrence for more advanced srngers Durmg the year the chorr performs before many drfferent groups Among them are service clubs West Shore Chrrstmas Cholr Festrval Chnstmas Concert for Parents dlstuct and state Chorr Festrvals mad year and lune Bacca laureate servlces and the annual sprung concert FRONT ROW Nancy Bergman Ianet Davrs Emrly Cooper Rachel Stone Johanna Wunbelt Radel Elarne Guss Lmda Lundwall Anrta Hlllrard Durelle Lindgren Suzanne Church Sandra Jandt Judy Sandra Strong Marg Rodgers Karen Benson lean Cramer Accompanlst Bob Anderson Bruce Decker erman Ceola Hams Julle Joneson Julre Ernvall Bonnre Berg THIRD ROW Ruth Alexander Karen ohnson Carol Bowman Carol Taylor James Borgeson John LaCore Barckley Roach Syl Kazmuerslu Dave Carol Hansen Barbara Taylor Luv Rogstad FOURTH ROW Ruthann Clark Elarne Coates Karen Ogren Rolfe John Holcomb Marvm Scanlon Wllllam Arnson Davrd Waalkes Dave Nelson Dave Grlbert Gordon Dlxon oe Barb Ellls Secretary loan VanDyke Mary Sample Mi' GGG 2 x-1 Q1 dY' ,, HAI f"""""""" FRONT ROW Lnsabeth Cayan Organizations Georgua Wlerengo Advertusmg Barb Hunt Advertlsmg Julue Ernvall Sensors Jamce Davrs Senlors Jeanne VanderWeg Sensors Bernuce Bont Edntorm Chlet Gaul Damels Undergrads SECOND ROW Mary Ann Henrlckson Gurls Sports Judy Scull Student Llfe Dawn Buckley Art Darleen Goosen Advertlslng ludy Carlson Advertlsung lamce Caswell Organizations THIRD ROW Marlon Carey Boys Sports Charles Bursey Layout Editor Gordon Bultendorp Layout Edntor Gary Street Admnmstratuon Danlel Stenberg Student Llfe Jeff Funkhouser Advertlsmg Not on pucture-Jam Doubles Sports Louns Melsch Photography Who says the Said and Done staff doesn't work hard? 20 lf? Eewltd 70afz.6cmd77fofze Wwe The work done by the Sold and Done staff IS In preparotlon for the yearbook of M H S Bernlce Bont edltor In chlef has charge over the section edltors who put the book together Charles Bursey and Gordon Bultendorp ore managlng the layouts Wrltmg copy and arranging for plctures are the mam jobs of the sectlan edntors Besudes work on the yearbook the staff sponsors Muskegon s homecommg dance, The Royal Romp They also decorate the Christmas trees m the mom hall and have some Informal partles Hard work from the staff on the yearbook produces on excellent one every year JG 'gf xp 1.4 Q 'Q' xr -all "RX......., Xqgr FRONT ROW Chrrsty Lucyk Sports Edrtor D n Sprrngstead Chronrcle Edrtor Wallre Estrup Managmg Edrtor Nora Doughten Edrtor rn Chref Paul Sprmgsderf Sports Terry Burham Sports Editor Dorothy Srplon Advertrsrng Manager Jrm Bakker Advertrsrng Manager Lours Mersch Photographer cc! aa pad 7414044 lie Keqiole 7 Cover your beats and get the facts advised Nora Doughten 1957 58 edrtor of the Campus Keyhole, to the staff members who edrt the school newspaper, a br monthly Keeping the student body rnformed of news and promotrng worthwhrle school prolects made the paper eagerly read by everyone To ralse money the staff sponsored a Varrety Show whrch was a hrghlrght of the school year Theres no business luke show busrness was the sayrng of the Keyhole staff thus tall when they sponsored the second annual Variety Show I 4 ' ,f A, .qfk , ig if V V ,. f ' Q- 117 1 1... 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' ' : I ' , l ' f, : . - - 1 . 1 . 2 , I v . . 1 . . , A I o ll Il ' ' I I ' Tv if 93" Julla Beadle Kay Zrmmerman Hollee Beadle Sharon Qurrk Mary Buckley and Karen Lynn are busy makrng pcm poms to sell tor use at the games Thus lm project kept the Muskre Boosters busy I ani! helped students drsplay the school co ors mzde On Muskegon' On Muskegon"' rs the battle cry of the Muskre Boosters Keeping school sprrrt lof the studentsl at an all time hlgh and encouraging the team rs therr goal They boo t our morale by decoratrng the goal posts postrng the team schedule and Go Brg Reds srgns rn the halls, and sponsorrng a basketball excursron and a dance As long as Muskegon Hugh School has a Muskle Booster Club there will be school sprrlt ga, FRONT ROW Georgra Ramos Nancy De Vnes Darlene Dobb Ruta Sayles Ann Grllard Mary Wrbalda Marty Lewrs SECOND ROW Edna Graff Conme Brrd Karen Lynn Hollee Beadle Becky Sneed Sharon Qurrlz Ruthan Hartman Sec Julra Beadle Vrce Pres loanne Radel Sgt at Arms Laurel Potts Barb Kodrsh THIRD ROW Sally Dalson Joyce Hulka Judy Pohl Necra Ann Shaw Sandy Trtus Joyce De Lon Vrvran Dumaw Pat Trelbar Elrsa Englund Leah Hall Ann Lourse Brownmg FOURTH ROW Lmda Bench Carol Thomas Kay Zrmmerman Ann oggrn Florre Dykema Barbara Heneveld ludy Bench Joyce Brezrnskr Judy Chapel Betty Morrrson Mary Buckley FIFTH ROW Mr Curnalra Advrsor jeff Funkhouser Pres Ken Smrtlr Tom Tuan Dave Slater Charles Srlky Jum Olthoff Treas Gordon Conant Jrm Cramer Sgt At Arms FRONT ROW Lynne lnderbItzn Dane Walker PrcsIdent Sharon Berg Secretary SECOND ROW Nancy Wrllrams VIce PresIdent Gordon Trute Nora Doughtcn Ron Dahlqu st Ruth Meade Mchaela Grantrym Treasurer 704454 tie Zeal .lcgitwg and z4n9!e47 CallIng all shutterbugs IS the motto of the Camera Club They want to get more people Interested In photography but thIs IS not theIr sole purpose They also provlde pIctures and earn money to buy supplles for the Campus Keyhole The club Isnt all prcture takIng The members learn the technIques and fIner detarls of photography ThIS year as In other years the members wIll take a freld trIp where they can use up rolls of fIlm to thelr hearts content They wIll also make portralts at the prom An e per ment IH maknng photographs takes the Interest of camera students : 'iii . 1 , . Ig gi , . I 1 u O ll ' ll' , . , . ' Il Il ., . . . . . xl ' is Q , 115 FRONT ROW Marlene Mochmer Mary Rodgers Virginia Martinez Mary Birth Sandy McKinney Nancie Cloyd Betty Lou Witkop President Joanne Farmer Ruthann Billmgton SECOND ROW Pat McAlmden Hedy Hubbell Gail Younts Lois Knudson Faye Erwin Darlene Brown Marlene Terryn Ida Gerwin Historian Lola McClain Parlramentanan Barbara Bailey Secretary THIRD ROW Margaret Elliott Mehun Bailey Marlene Gurkema Serene? Yoielsong Nancy Schrier Vice President Nrnalou Vngelsong Barb Bomers Joan VanderLeest Lucille Davis Donna Brown David Carlson avid :lar Qa577fem5m4 niece cwlofecui When you go into the library you will see students doing such work as shelving and checking out books These people belong to the Library Club and are assistants to Mrs Elliot The club IS made up of students Interested in library work Naturally they learn the techniques and methods used In a good library, and enjoy the fellowship of others with the same interest Like any other group the Library Club needs capital on which to run and carry out their purpose They do this by selling scarves and ballpoint pens and doughnuts Members of Library Club look over their display of books and materials for sale to finance their activities. 7, vu.,-" 1 Lp ' 1 Budding conservatromsts board bus to work on the school farm thrnmng trees and making other Improvements Je 70046 Zee 7 ZZ-77 To work for the preservation, betterment, and restoration of all our natural resources IS the purpose of Conservation Club The work bee and camp spell f u n but they also help to ac compllsh the purpose of working to keep the school farm rn good condrtron ond of learnrng more about nature and conservotron Besides these outdoor projects they sponsor o dance and have a party In mud wmter Conservation Club IS the outlet for blologrcal mrnded students FRONT ROW Mary lane Archer Margo Browne Gene Johnson Karen Stromsta Darlene Bennett Lynette De Vol Nan Weatter Sandra Haralson Judy Shepherd Janelle Schulz SECOND ROW Sharon Berg Judy Furst ludy Benham Lmda Bench Karen Long Barb Ellrs Sec Judy Lowrng Lv Rogstad Pam Frredman Necra Ann Shaw Pat Scott THIRD ROW Mr Skrpper Advrsor Dan Herlem Glenn Shura Dan Long James Schmidt Vrce Pres Ball Ferris Pres Raymond Grimm Ron Fuller Bob Shatney Norm Erickson Mr Trautman Advrsor FOURTH ROW Davsd Thres Jack Trapp Rodger Baumgarten Dave Cooke john Lack Betty Jo Frelds . 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'l ' z l' '5 l' 1 W FRONT ROW lanle Cartwright Linda Buys Pat Hcnricks Vice President Marilyn Vedders Dawn Smith Mary Archer Linda Lundwall SECOND ROW Thelma Larson Sandra Lathrop Carol Hill Judy Dewald Virginia Doctor Judy Carlson Manlynn Westcomb Karen Boss THIRD ROW Donna Clawson Nickle Whitney Kathie Whitney Pat Glennie Lynne Parr Carol Ferguson Marlene Gurkema Pearl Monroe Cheryl Williamson Barb Lmdenbaum FOURTH ROW Mane Evans Shirley Cole Alan Cooper Anne Parr Florence Vogelsong Carl Burgess Wayne Brillhart Gerald Heethuis Kurt Carlson Mr Skipper Adviser 20064 Have you sold all your Christmas cards? was a famlllar question of HI C members This large club led by .lim Borgeson is supporting a Korean War Orphan this year with proceeds from their Christmas card sale and club offerings Every Tuesday morning from 8 00 to 8 20 these Christian members get together for worship singing, and any necessary business At mid winter and spring formal banquets are held honoring the graduatmg seniors This year their advisors are Mr Donald Mooney and Mr Larry Skipper cv ",":'X. FRONT ROW: Judy Mayo: Marcia VanderLaan: Sandra Maki: Sheilia Gardiner. Secretary: Janet Cooper: Emily Cooperg Gail Yates. SECOND ROW: Sandra Lanridgei Naoma Andersong Bernice Bont: Georgia Smith: Geraldine Rumohr: Jeanne Carlson: Doreen Swayerg Jackie Sironen, THIRD ROWg Maureen Hempstead: JoAnn Degnerg Barb Bomers: james Borgeson, President: Mark Donaldsong Don Herrgord: Jerry Doctorg Sandy Gorham, Treasurer: Linda Boep Donn: Strandbergg Mr. Mooney, Advisor. Piu... 'f-5'f'f"' , ,Q wf' ,Q 41 4 Q4 FRONT ROW Kare G onbe sg Jo c-tta loh sc Ly e cvl Mr K n SECOND R W u e rnvall y P 6 C S 2 THIRD ROW Sand a Jah s L nda And sen Sharon Adams FOURTH ROW M a ebcg Jh Mzeek FIFTH ROW a uso D Stenbeg T cyN kk 74ezefa'ze ide 1-fbfblnnaatcue WGA ?fzaaen J We of the affurmatuve us a famuluar phrase to the members of the Debate class It us often heard un any debate between an affurmatuve and a negatuve team Thus year the debate questuon us Resolved That Unuted States durect economuc and to un duvudual countrues should be lumuted to tech nucal assustance and dusaster reluef" Few people realuze the preparatuon that goes unto a debate Hours of research, practuce, and study are the necessary backgrounds for a good debater Muskegon Senuor Hugh us un the West Shore Debate League along wuth Muskegon Heughts Hugh, Catholuc Central, and others These schools enter both negatuve and af furmatuve teams, and uf they qualufy, they enter the state funals and go on to the reguonals Although every debater from Mus kegon Senuor Hugh was unexperuenced beung theur furst year un debate, the M H S debate teams dud very well Thus year fourteen mem bers partucupated un judged debates ln the State League Muskegon won sux and lost two ln the West Shore League Muskegon took second place usung eleven dufferent debaters Thus year the new debate coach for M H S has been Mr John F Kurn L4 ,ff M il! a s Beammg wlth pleasure at the Sportsmanship trophy won by M H S Socrates feels proud to be a part of our school The sports record during the past year was excellent m all actlvrtles One thrlll streak of our neughbonng nval The Indlan chuefs symbolized the excellent school splrlt of the students ' came when M. S. stopped the 30-game winning yy mx rv K V . FRONT ROW: Hall: Stewart: Kloosterman: Cooke: Locke, L.: Locke. D.: Hoover: Roberts, R.: Springstead: Herrendeen: VanderWeg. SECOND ROW Roberts C.: Kelly: Totten: Muller: Hellman: Hays: Lake: Young: Shafer: Kibby: Sabin. THIRD ROW: Witham: T. Locke: Graves: Lillmars Griesbach Robrdoux Bays: Meier: Schultz: Lutrey. FOURTH ROW: Hartman lHead Coachlg Beaucamp: Plumhoffg Swift, Ward: Harris: Doubles Nelbarger lesperson tuzward: Casper. FIFTH ROW: Petrongelli, Garxelloni, 1Ass't. Coachesl: Locke, R.: Weaver: Ernvallg Eyke: Green: Hawkins Hamm Hammond, grs. 247 fade 'geeky Qfame . . . In a true spirit, which has become an annual custom at Muskegon Senior High, our Big Reds marched to another victorious season with five wins, one tie, and three defeats. The sportsmanship and school spirit, together with our great M. H. S. marching band, made the season a complete success. The rough practice began in September under the unbeatable coaching of Lloyd Hartman. The practice was rough and tough, and it was evident from the start that we had another terrific schedule of football to meet. The powerful Big Reds started their season on the grid iron at home with a rallying victory over LANSING SEXTON. In the first half Muskegon faced a six point deficit, but came back to tally a l9-l3 victory. The last half rally was spearheaded by the fine signal calling and running of Don Stewart and a sensational 92 yard breaking dash by Dave Cooke. This game, the debut of Coach Lloyd Hartman, was proof that our hard hitting men in red had what it takes to be a top-notch football team. Our boys are ready and running. 0 A 7 Tx! .L- hH glte WHo Lock D t n Semen The second game of the year turned out to be the fnrst defeat to our Bug Reds FLINT CENTRAL edged out the frghtmg men ln red In a close 27 25 vnctory Central took the lead early In the game but our agnle and aggressive backfueld and powerful Ime matched Central touchdown for touchdown The decldlng pomt of the game was a two pomt safety acquired by Flmt Don Stewart our hard running fast thlnklng quarterback played a flne game along with the superb runnmg of Terry Locke and Dave Cooke Duck Locke and Wayne Hoover were outstanding on the Ime Our Bug Reds suffered thelr second defeat when they came unprepared for a fast CATHOLIC CENTRAL backfleld C C scooted the Muskegon ends whsle the Bug Reds could not get started The game ended In a 26 0 defeat for the Bug Reds Thus defeat was a hard blow to the Muskegon team of fared up Bug Reds and could have been the reason for the sensatlonal football played by the men ln red for the rest of the season e k th se d fello s is fy. er U n . 9 W - Q X V 'L If V co ' f I I ' I ' s 'N Coac artman briefs the returnin et rmen, D. Cooke. R . over, D. e, . S ewartga d D. Sabin. ' Q l I 1 l w u . ' 1 n sl ' v o n - . . ' . I I I I , . - . I ' l . J ? A v N , 'Q 'l, 1 xg ' M Q P ,. 5 i . X ' 1 .Q X X ' "L t's rac o um 1-,Q ,. V w . Muskegon powered back on the road to vuctory wuth an umportont conference wun over BENTON HARBOR Our Bug Reds shut out the Harbor team I2 O Dave Cooke and Terry Locke puled up 0 total of 220 yards between the two speed sters The Muskegon defense led by Duck Locke was sturdy and kept the opposutuon out of the end zone wuth two staunch goal lune stands A greatly favored FLINT NORTHERN team rated thurd un the state football stand ungs came to Muskegon for the Homecomung celebratuon However our determuned Bug comung from behund un the second half Thus game was truly a team vuctory but there were several outstandung players Larry and Duck Locke Alfred Green Archue Hall and Wayne Hoover upheld the almost um movable Muskegon defense Hey pal let go of that helmet Zag fem S and gown Too bad t couldnt be you Stewart outruns hs would be tackler l Reds pounkued out .la I3-6 victory after eth g g long coac 7 Ge that ball ay Do az 5 5 7 an Muskegon continued on the wlnnmg trarl wlth a crushrng vlctory over TRAVERSE CITY whrch ended 3l I4 a vlctory for our men In re Terry Locke scored three T D s The Mus kegon offensive llne worked luke a mowing muchme as ut cut down the T C defense with flre and determination A speedy team came to Muskegon from GRAND RAPIDS UNION and played a game whlch turned out to be one of the greatest thnllers of the season The game ended In a Zl 21 tue between two well matched teams Don Stewart agam ran the Muskegon men with perfect tlmmg Hts fast thlnklng and hard running along wrth that of Dave Cooke Terry Locke and the strong Muskegon for ward wall kept the Umon team guessing on every play t aw , n. 7 za- m in o w , h." . . . . d. ' Don Stewart tallied two touchdowns and Wfcmq S Wicwle 7ntae4z'w9 Serum BATTLE CREEK was the next vrctrm for the fired up Muskegon squad The game was played ln a snow storm but the students who braved the storm on a bus excur sron to Battle Creek were rn the stands cheerrng therr Bug Reds team on to a I3 7 vlctory The snow was a hindrance to both teams but a trlo of Daryl Sabln Don Stewart and Dave Cooke handled the Icy football with perfect tlmrng and accuracy The last game of the season ended In a defeat MUSKEGON HEIGHTS edged the Bug Reds 70 even though our men ln red out played the TIGERS In nearly every phase of the game The Muskegon squad set up a defense whlch was as strong and solld as a brrck wall Duck Locke and Wayne Hoover backed up the wall wuth the stubborness of a mad bull whsle Don Stewart ran the team with superb judgement This game will long be remembered for Its wonderful sportsmanshrp dlsplayed by the students and teams of both MHS and MHHS Dck l. ck Hg thg You got it made, Don. I ' il o e congratulating Wally Herrula, a r ' Herghts game, "You played a great game, pal." ' I I - I I . I I ' I I f' ?'l ' s They re all set for practrce actron Aw 2644 7aeeW 269 Emp cfm The Muskegon Lrttle Reds marched to an amazrng 8 wrn I loss season of terrrflc football under the excellent coachrng of Mr Van Camp The Llttle Red men were a team of determined and tough athletes who never sand d nd kept the true sprrrt of future Bug Reds Larry Campbell Phrllup Grays and John Helman were hard runmng standouts In the backfreld and carrred the prgskrn for many TD s The powerful Ilne was one of the determrnrng factors rn every Lrttle Red vrctory Nearly all of the boys of thrs strong Llttle Red team will be seekmg spots on the mrght Bug Red team next year To be a Brg Red rs the prayer of every boy at Muskegon and the Lrttle Reds are no exception This rs the reason why Muskegon wrll always have great football teams HOLLAND RESERVES REETHS PUFFER CATHOLIC CENTRAL RESERVES BENTON HARBOR RESERVES GRAND HAVEN RESERVES BATTLE CREEK RESERVES GRAND RAPIDS UNION RESERVES HOLTON HEIGHTS RESERVES FRONT ROW Manager H Hartwell W Harper D Poort J Errckson L Campbell J Alberts F Towsley S Gallup T Zatolokrn W Lobdell J Wrsnrewskl E Mrtchell P Grays N Carter Manager SECOND ROW Coach J Gamey R Homan I F r D Dean D Ferrell T Ramrrez D Thompson M Fazakerley I Hellman D Durman S Kamlerskr W Barnes L VanCamp Coach THIRD ROW S Wakefreld A Lundberg R Becker J Vanderwrer D Dobb I Vander Wel M Barnard K Burt B Gay D Klassen D Nelson BOTTOM ROW G La Vasseur J Rhodea D Richards J Benedrct C Luhrrlan D Sprmgstead R Edlund J Dephouse I Grevel J Berghaus W Arnson ri. F115 53 9 vxitf' gifs! Q49 Mr? '75, 15-20 55255192521 We 14 gif F! .l ,JT NT ROW H k s s h wen Hooe e a oo e e W Ik T A Th SECOND ROW Coach Ha tman Wtharn S tt Wea Lae B aves Ca es Ham 4 agrl FRO 3 aw in 5 Vi sc er: Bo 1 v rg Hein m ng C k 1 St wart: Cahillg aa es: . . ompson. : r 3 i 3 wi 3 ver, L.: k, .5 Gr 3 Ipper: Hay 5 m, man e . 1 0 0 6? e I r , . . . . I n u ' in . . I , . I I I I t I I - b I . . . , . . . I 1 - ' 1 . l . , . . I J mplng Don s ks another Muskegons Bug Reds with the excellent coaching of Lloyd Hartman has come through so tar with nrne wlns and sux losses and expect to enter a strong team rn the dnstruct and regional tournaments at Grand Rapids To begun the cage season Muskegon met CATHOLIC CENTRAL on thelr court The lead was guggled back and forth many tlmes durmg the fnrst half Catholic went ahead rn the thrrd perlod and stayed to wm 60 44 This year the TRAVERSE CITY Trolans came to Muskegon for an expected wrn but were surprlsed when Muskegon lumped ahead to stay Gene Vrsscher was rn valuable rn grabbrng rebounds and dumprng many baskets to help pull ahead The Trojans never qult tlghtrng untrl the fmal buzzer but couldn t turn the score whnch ended with the Bug Reds on top 55 48 MUSKEGON HEIGHTS TIGERS came trymg to stretch a 30 game wmnrng streak A fast flrst period found Muskegon leading l66 Through the excellent shooting of Don Stewart Dave Cooke Dave Bowen and Wayne Hoover the Tugers couldn t close up the lead and at the half were 2924 behind The Bug Reds were confident began hlttrng and stopped the Tigers 30 game wmnrng streak wrth a 52 49 vnctory for Muskegon much to the wonder of shower soaked Coach Hartman Muskegon then traveled to BATTLE CREEK where the skrlled Bearcats started scorrng to pull ahead to stay The Bug Reds could not fund the basket whrle trying to close the gap Duck Cahill and Paul Hermann did thelr best at trylng to retrieve the game but couldn t do lt endmg wrth a loss of 34 68 Muskegons cagers met the GRAND HAVEN BUCS rn a game where the out classed but hugh splrlted Bucs couldn t fund the basket The flrst peruod showed the Reds on top of a l4 8 and holftlme 2l l2 Every Red unnform was In to help the buzzer broke off the shootlng for a 56 31 victory for Muskegon A close game with HOLLAND n whlch the lead was guggled back and forth from the furst penod was paced by Dave Cooke as we fought for the lead several times When the fourth perlod rolled by a sudden burst brought the score to a close 66 63 Red victory 'tw' Now go back an the e a d fught f the ball next on the card The Bug Reds were full of enthuslosm as Dave Cooke led the team all through the game Once the lead was establnshed the golng was easy With the scoring consistent the flnal tally was 45 39 wrth Nrles on the bottom The followmg week BENTON HARBOR pushed Into town with a high class team Wuth both teoms eager to hut few baskets were made untnl Duck Cahall started Wuth Cahrll s shooting both teams gathered steam and began hlttlng Whale the Tigers were flghtmg hard they kept edging ahead untll the flnal buzzer showed Muskegon on the short end ofa 53 6l score The followmg week MUSKEGON HEIGHTS TIGERS took revenge for theur beatlng earlier Wlth the Tigers mad enough to blte they began to dump shoots whale the Bug Reds kept blockmg added up to a flnal score of 46 4l for the Tigers We ha e to let them shoot on e n a wh Ie I 1- .i . Nlfq T - . ' I l - I H E I Y ll ' or . . 4 Muskegon was -host to .the NILES squad V C i i . N se the second pla f st ategy Central Campus was invaded next by BATTLE CREEK who jumped to an early six point lead At the end of the first half the score was still at a six point margin During the third period a slim one point margin was almost lost by the Bearcats as Dove Bowen paced the Big Reds In a scormg barrage The Big Reds were gust too anxious to shoot as the Bearcats took over with a 63 45 fmal score Muskegon went to TRAVERSE ClTY for the last regularly scheduled game The Reds got off to a l6 13 lead but lost it at the half for 30 25 score Muskegon bounced back to tie it up at 45 45 at the end of three frames With fifteen seconds left the Bug Reds were trailing 58 57 Tom Thompson hit and the Big Reds hung on until the fmal buzzer Dick Cahill and Ken Witham led the winners to a 59 58 victory Speed pina fifecgdt Wan With the Big Reds traveling to GRAND HAVEN another win was hoped for The first period was slow going until the teams warmed up and then Gene Visscher went out in front and paced the Muskegon cagers to a respectable win of 60-50 over the Bucs. The following fame was played in the Central Campus auditorium with HOLLAND as the guest. The squad members were eager and ready to shoot. With both teams shoot- ing and moving fast Dave Bowen paced the Big Reds as high point man. Early in the game the Reds broke out in front and lglolland couldn t catch up as Muskegon won 4-44. The GRAND RAPIDS CENTRAL RAMS just could not connect with any form of shot and the Big Reds pulled slowly out in front by a few points. Ken Witham was the leading scorer as the "new Iook" kept plugging along to emerge victorious with a 52-48 score. BENTON HARBOR got off to a start with a 2l-l5 lead in the first frame with Mus- kegons "new look" fighting hard with a 42-19 halftime score. The third period found Dick Cahill and Ken Witham doing most of the scoring. The Tigers were just too much for the Reds with a 84-48 final. e h M ske o c th ough -4'clz'!e 2ed477Zm6eQoad54owm9 Muskegon s Llttle Reds had a falr season wmnmg five ogamst ten losses To start the season the Little Reds vlslted CATHOLIC CENTRAL game wrth TRAVERSE CITY Muskegon won 48 35 The following week BATTLE CREEK won a hard fought game but the Llttle Reds bounced back for a wln over the MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 55 36 Muskegon s Reserves lost a hard fought battle to GRAND HAVEN 57 35 HOLLAND followed and also won 50 36 wlth NILES playing hard for a Sl 42 wan BENTON HARBOR came up and lost 55 40 with the Lnttle Tigers wlnnmg 41 37 In an over tlme perlod GRAND HAVEN followed up the next week with a small 27 23 wm HOLLAND came through for a hard fought 48 40 wan GRAND RAPIDS LITTLE RAMS fought a Iosmg battle 64 38 BENTON HARBOR also lost to the Little Reds 49 45 BATTLE CREEK came through wlnmng 4441 whsle TRAVERSE CITY won the flnal game 43 42 In overtime Lttl R : an erwelg Hayes: Grevelg Erickson: ellmang Poor. S C N Manager. I , . . where the Crusaders scored a 35-37 win. In the I ' 1 I - I A E the i e eds ca tk th fp 95 April ll Saginaw Relays April l5 Benton Harbor April l7 Catholic Central April 22 Muskegon Heights May l S W Conference Meet May 3 Central Relays May 6-Grand Haven 9 Holland I3 Greater Muskegon I4-Red and White I7 Regionals W-o May May May May May 20-Triangular G H CC a Muskegon May 24-State Finals May 3l John Bos Relays DCR Call ll Q ts 3 U06 It IECO d of fvlel E feet Wea' fecafzclc 7476 Set' dry MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK SCHEDULE April 8 and 9 Temple Cup Meet Here Mt Pleasant There There Here Here Mt Pleasant Here Here Catholic and Muskegon Here Grand Rapids Catholic Central Ann Arbor Grand Rapids With the MHS Track Teams winning of six dual meets during the past season the number of years unbeaten is five Several tournaments were entered and Muskegon lost only one while placing high among the top teams at the state finals Saginaw Relays the John Bos Relays and were third in the Regional and placed first in the Southwest Conference Several of our outstanding men were Invited to the Invitational Kalamazoo Champion of Champions meet In the record department a new school high lump record was set by Theopolis Hawkins at six feet seven elghths Inches The pole vault record of twelve feet was equaled by Dick Cahill Little Russ Pickle made a new low record in the low hurdles of twenty seconds flat Russ Pickle was also named most valuable squad member NT ROW H e el asp COND ROW H s Mg W kl T IRDROW MSh Pc H alks ok e st Ca THROW e gg c R t Sf T YYY' YY V i - ssss sfffffffffl if l Xx ... AA-AVV ' X. ' - . . . . nd I i i as h se new I vau r v . . , . . . . . . . , . . . i ' I I I . I ' 1 FRO : erman: Hallp Alang D Wittg Ernvall: Manng Wh eerg H ery Doubles: Hamm, Mgr. SE 1 es e, r.: orkmang Bowen Hallg Cooke: Lucasg Williams: Kowalski: Hawkins: Springstead: i e, 2 c annock lCaachlg Scottg Schulzi VanderWeg: Cahill: Locke D. Timmerp Wa e 5 L c eg R. Hixong Lutr yy Hartman, lAs ' . o chl. FOUR I Slat rg Lo 5 Lats hg Young: obidouxg Swi tg Harrisg Roberts FRONT ROW Dykhulzen Forberg Wnght Ahern Shepard SECOND ROW Cans DeW1tt Paquun Steele Barren Robinson Wheeler Llrone THIRD ROW McShannock ICoachl Van Pelt Mammend Marecek Ferns Stovern Hunter Hasper Saxe Wrrght Stark FOURTH ROW Cahnll Bowen Hallman Fnce Anderson Lake Thompson Walker Scott Muller Vander Wall lManagerl eamwS' mt em Thus year cross country competltlon was revlved after almost thirty years It rs an old sport that stems from early Olympic games Cross country ns fast becoming Muskegon had an average season wlnnmg three out of fnve meets and placlng thrrd In the reglonol cross country meet Jerry Wheeler and Ken Scott warmrng up for a bug race MUSKEGON HIGH CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE 1957 sid September 4-Holland September 27 Benton Harbor October 8-Allegan October l0-Allegan October 24-Holland October 26-Regional November 2 State Flnals me Here There Here There There Ea ! ! I ? I popular as shown by the thirty-three boys that came out this year. For a new sport 1- Q ' r ,I Ai, , v Q 4 ' ' -.4 'J ,-. J '..:':T""'S""" fy 1 gnu-A Bow Ing IS a favorlte sport of many students at M H S The boys who are mterested have formed a league wuth Mlss Kehnas as theur odvrsor Theur mam purpose IS to enjoy themselves through this recreation They test their skull In the National Christmas Tournament and the Natlonal Tournament rn March competmg with each other and other schools Davas Grewe Snter Champs rn Bowlmg Tourney amfmg w Ee ty Fapaem mama FRONT ROW Jerry Grewe Bob Aardema john Ohs Davrd Carlson Ron Snter Dale Bayne John Lester Dallas Martz SECOND ROW John Flfolt Roger Plant Art Hull Larry Zadomck Dave DeWntt Jerry Farr Jeff Funkhouser Presxdent Charles Murphy Ray Hozer THIRD ROW Phil Osborn Bernard Nielsen Gerald Wybenga Roger Aslakson Harold Hodson Secretary Alton Walker Arthur Aldrldge l 1 l I I I I Paul Springsdorfg Dennis Loughrigeg Norm Ericksongl Gordon Blritendorpg Henry lKuipers: James Nelson: Wayhe Bailey. FOURTH ROW: Oordon Conant NT ROW L gh dg E k dy W Y g S b R SECOND ROW W H KM I gag Zadie Wane zcefleaz' Uatloak foe 58 Seneca The Muskegon Bug Reds had an extraordinary record this past season by wlnnung mne games and losmg only three ln the Southwest Conference the Bug Reds placed a close second The squad has a potential wlnmng season rn 58 with returmng lettermen makrng up most of the team The Muskegon Senlor Hugh baseball squad had an exceptional season by wlnnlng mne games and losmg only three games An old rlval Benton Harbor barely nosed out Muskegon for flrst place ln the Southwest Conference The squad was composed of power hltters who were able to pull a game an favor of Muskegon MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SCHEDULE 958 Aprrl I5-West Mlchlgan Aprll I7 Muskegon Heights Aprll 22 Grand Haven Aprll 24-Holland Apnl 30-Benton Harbor May 2 Whitehall May 5-Fremont May 6-Holland May 9 Catholic Central May l3 Muskegon Helghts May l5-Grand Haven May l9 West Mlclngan May 21 Cathollc Central Daryl S Here There Here There There Here Here Here Here Here There There There Larry Boss, Bob Willson, and Rog Wave cuhSecwm The Muskegon High Golf squad came through with a fair season by winning three and losing seven dual matches. They drove on to sixth place in the regionuls and then forged ahead to be a top scorer in the Southwest Conference. For the coming season the prospects are good for the two returning golfers, Claude Long and Bill Willson. Claude Long will possibly take over top spot again as last year while the others will add to the low scores. MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL GOLF SCHEDULE 1958 April 'l5-Holland L L Here April 22-Catholic Central L L There April 25-Benton Harbor Here April 29-Holland L There May 5-Grand Haven LLLLL LL L There May 8-Catholic Central LLLLLL L Here May l2-Grand Haven L Here May I4-Whitehall LL L L L There May 16-Regionals Grand Rapids May 20-Whitehall L .L LL Here May 24-State Finals sf ' - . ' f " ' au -. ' ,fi . ,L ,, , s., . A A,, A A LEFT TO RIGHT-Bill Spencer, Cl d L g MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS SCHEDULE 1958 April 10-Holland SSA.S ,. SS,,EES...., 7 There April 14-Grand Haven eeeeeee There April 16-Holland Christian ,,,eeee Here April 18-Benton Harbor , s There April 24-Muskegon Heights S S There April 25--West Michigan 7ei,aa There May 1-Holland i,eeeei S , Here May 2-West Michigan s May 5-Grand Haven S, , May 6-Coopersville E ,E Here Here Here May 8-Muskegon Heights S , as Here May 9-Holland Christian eeee,eeeee,e,...eS There May 12-Plainwell 7 ,,.. , .ee,,7e,.A.ee, 7 Here May 13, 14, 15-Greater Muskegon .s...,s.. .. Here May 17-Battle Creek ss,.ssss,iee...,ese..,,.s.,.,e..,.ef Here May 23, 24-Regionals ,..,,,E4,.,.,,,,,,....,s,,.... Holland June 6, 7-State Finals Om facie! S cc Wmd Qfcttwg The Muskegon High racket squad was a young team this year. The sophomores made up over halt the squad with the juniors and seniors making up the balance. The tennis squad had an extraordinary season by winning eight matches and losing seven matches. Mike Workman was the only returning letterman. All this was done under the excellent coaching of Dave Olson. FRONT ROW-Mike Workman, Roger Plont, Dick Stiles, Ron Fuller. LAST ROW-Dave Hathaway, Dick Denhof, jerry Swartz, Dennis Twining, Tom Church, Jerry Hopm FRONT ROW: Eunice House: Mamie Jamersong Margie Liupakkag LaNeal Oakley: Nancy Bergmang Darleen Eckert, Sandy Framptong Darlene Plumleyg Suzanne Church, Joyce Dobbg Mary Ann Henricllseng Betty Martin. SECOND ROW: Rosemary Carlsong Peg Nixon, Janie Theling Susan Roseg Janice VanderWelg Patricia Pelon: Necia Ann Shawg Karen Long: Mary Moore, President: Priscilla Hanseng Nedia Cooperg lanice Robertson. THIRD ROW: Miss Kehias' Sandra Smith' Judy Chapel' Ruthann Holman' Pat Prentice' Phyllis Bovay' Anita Abbott' Leah Hall' Carol Bollenbacher' Sharon Witman' Peggy Seastrom loanne Farmer Rosemary Robertson Nan Cutler Carol Fischer Vice President FOURTH ROW Barbara South Edith Gronberg Janice Fischer Elaine Bovay Phyllis Swanson Linda Cutler Historian Cherri Collmge Terry Collrnge Paulette Schort Leslie Eldridge Carolyn Dykstra Kaye Mezynskl Virginia Bennett Betty Flowers FIFTH ROW Pearl Crawford Carol LeTarte Carol Ames Alice Chamberlain Carol Black Cathy Hutchinson Joan Hartman Shirlie Morrison Barbara Fielstra Rosalynne Meyer Joan Anderson Karen Thompson Connie Upton Judy Pohl ln order to l 500 points gms receive a GAA pin a member must have obtained From the girls who have received a pin the March Athletic CupfWmner rs selected Pin winners Shrrlee Mom or this past year are Sandy Frampton Carol Fischer on Sue Rose Margaret Nixon Joma Thelin Necra s Shaw and loyce Dobb l.-. V--L.. is- -.-....,... V 91, -.Q-'yin .M f G A A will be playing a game of baseball tonight reports Mary Moore, President of the Girls Athletic Assoc ration of Muskegon Senior High School Baseball rs only one of the many varied sports that the members of G A A have participated rn during this past year Other sports activities are volleyball basketball bowling, speedaway swim ming, and life saving After each sport a feed is put on by the GAA for the girls participating rn the sports The purpose of the G A A rs to create an interest in athletics, to teach good sportsmanship and through social gatherings to develop a friendly re latronshrp between ll girls of th school This year GAA sponsored the first football dance of the season The money that was raised was contributed to the A F S the Good Fellows, the Rescue Mission, and C A R E I ' 2 I 2 - u 3 ' : - A . I - . g : n : n 1 : - D 1' - : , : J : I 1 g 1 1 . : ' ' : - . l 2 1 1 1 1 J 1 : 5 3 2 I L : : . I I I I .. 4 - . . 4 ' - I .' r r i r ll ' ' ' ll 1-Ti I, Y I A- . . , . E - . 1 f 1 f I. . a V , g 2 I, . . . ' Q ii 4 , E I 'T 5 ' .' El ' ' , V if L f ' 5 I 1 A f A? Q Q- ' ' ' . It W . , i fi 5 g - . T ' ' r: ze . ' . . . . . I I ' Q I . ' C t V 1 ' , y -S' - ' ' " . . . ' ' a e ' I , . , 4 We Y l . 'H 4 f ' ' ' . " W o ' nm., ' A - ' ' ' 5 .1 '-,fm Q, ,X KX - QV-, I ' . f f f' ,, M' Na te J 'A f -L 6311 214' xii GAA Zacketfczll cmd Wolfeqdczll foe 7m BASKETBALL Guard her' Guard her' are the yells that were heard coming from the gurls gym on basketball mghts Basketball had o very successful season this year Each glrl partlclpatlng In basketball learned more about the sport and about good sportsmanship VOLLEYBALL Nearly 60 glrls participated In volleyball actlv :tres thus past fall The gurls met on Monday and Wednesday mghts after school for their games At the climax of the volleyball season the wmnung team played a faculty team and were beaten Whe s th ball? 'iii-nz? fl - C .E -7 l ' ! X- .-- . .. , . . members seem to be enioylng their after school game of volleyball. . . , I re i e ." NI --Q... 3 P y N o hop s to pro e that he ca save he self tom own g t g e o T e e Zyoqed M H S Lufe Savlng classes were scheduled from February I0 to March 24 thus year The classes met on Monday and Wednesday mghts after school In the Hackley Pool for about one and a half hours each mght Glrls who were 16 years old or ln the llth grade were elnguble Mrs Seastrom the advisor conducted the meet mgs whuch mcluded a testnng period on readmg maternal and the actual oppllcatlon nn the campus pool Fnfteen hours of swlmmmg was requsred wlth two hours of practncol experlence for the fmal test The gurls partlclpatlng In the llfe savlng classes learned muny of the fundamental tech nlques of lufe savmg which wall always be of value to them Ub- Sa dy Frampton and L da Be ch are both p epa mg to make a other str ke for their bowl ng tea s gawlma Swim Tuesday and Thursday nlghts saw a lot of action at the Mlchlgan Bowlmg Alleys durmg the I8 week bowhng season One hundred ten gurls turned out to make up the twenty two gurls bowlmg teams Bowlmg has become very popular durmg the past two years because rt helps keep the figure tnm and lumber The Christmas season was sparked wlth a Chrlstmas Bowlmg Tournament with Karen Dennls placmg flrst as smgle wmner Ida Gerwln and Dons Kung placmg flrst as doubles wlnners and Mary Moore and Art Hull placmg frrst as mlxed doubles wlnners The teams also entered the National Telegraphic Tournament on the last Saturday of March The annual sprung bowlmg banquet at Doo Drop Inn cllmaxed the season on Aprrl I 1"'N 'A 5 Admiring the bowling trophies are state first- placek wmners Pat Tielbar, Sandy Titus, Karen Dennis. Carol Haverkate, and Leah Hall. Gang t s speed: ay Co e on gurls get that ball Gangway ltsspeedaway The gurls tned a new sport thus year and they en goyed It very much The name of thus 'sport IS speedaway lt ns a combmatlon of basketball soccer fleld hockey and It wasnt too rough but boy IS that football held long after you run up and down It a couple of tlmes reported the gurls who partlclpated In speedaway Mrs Seastrom was the adviser for thus sport 70:45 Zen Nm jul, J , - ' I ' 3 YK . . I .- IA . . . . . I I . I touch football. 4 ll I ' I I f - u I way - i' w ! S 44' ' m ' . ! fav 'GWB Zim, ,K the The Marchmg Band an starting formatnon for mtrncate maneuvers at half time ur, 9 s 4- Cheerleaders pose wlth their mascot the potential Bug Red A-,.4 QQ x ...nw- Coach Hartman lBlg Redsl sn" Mgmt!!- Coach Van Camp lLuttle Redsl 0244366 f Zeng 7a Coaches Hartman and Van Camp show versatlllty an theur posltlons as coaches of football' and basketball besldes teaching science speech and dramahcs M r artman also was actmg prmcnpal an charge of attendance the second semester Mr Van Camp dlrected the M I Theopolls Hawkins shows good form an the hugh jump as he sets a new record asque act plays 2auad0a1!z'4e Zane 14 Hememan grabs a rebound from Calholnc Central Locke Hall and Doubles work out for the 880 if ' 0 I I I 1 I Alix' l xx' K X K 5 7' ff: A V .df J 'E Q 4 g' A I .ll Tj b- 1 H " 5 K no I . 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"Master Printers" MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 1983 Sanford Phone 2-2575 FOODS KEGON WHOLESALE 0 COOPERAT 1764 CRESTON MUSKEGON 5 ffi CONGRATULATIO S 4, You have reached one of Irfes Important goals graduation Now as you press toward even bugger accomplishments we extend our best wishes for contmued success Reddy Kilowatt Your Electric Servant CONSUMERS POWER C0. BE HAPPY GO GALY ALBERT J. GALY - Real Estate Co 1124 Peck Street - Phone 22-628 AL GALY, BOB PORTER- REALTORS Compliments of Illfred J Hunter 81 Company HENRY AT LAKETON JONES EIECIITIC Company 658 OH MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS WILSON SPORTING GOODS " :gn of Good Taste 99 The COCA COLA BOTTLING MUSKEGON b I S' ng out a new rifle, Bill Ferris agrees fhaf, like all sporting equipment sold at Jones. it can't be beat! B I d U d A fhority f Th Coca-Cola Company 0 owcz Street CO. AUTO GLASS SPECIALISTS Baker Auto Parts 27TH Year In Muskegon 2386 Getty alll? UNUSUAL GIFTS SCHOOL SUPPLIES Everything for the office except machmes chairs desks Fire Flies filing cabinets indexing systems loose leaf and payroll equipment 4 000 products each time engineered to help get more done, easter, and in less time SHAW-WALKER ar est xc usnve o ers o Off F rnnture and Fnhng Eq t in the World Congratulatwns to the Class of 1958 IIIICHIGIIII BOUILIIIG CEIITER .ggmmamai Automatic Pin Setters PHONE 2 3489 441 w WESTERN AVENUE MUSKEGON l M .Q 5 'f' 1315 ' , f W . ,, .. Showing some of her sales technique, Diane Morrow easily convinces a customer with a tine gift. C O Y . 1 . , , . - . 5 . . . , . . , . 'l a 1 'B I Lk 2 Sk, p " its 41 " L 9 E I ' M It f TRIUMPH T R 3 TRIUMPH SEDAN TRIUMPH ESTATE WAGON IAGUAR Bowmans Sports Car Center 5? wwf MORRIS AUSTIN AUSTIN HEALY ,xM,,Ho,b Z9 1 3. eg, P'Sn"l" QI M s 8 W me 1' QWIAS STI PRODUCING ENGINES Fon USE ON LAND AT SEA AND IN THE AIR For Over a Half Century CONTINENTAL MOTORS CORP MUSKEGON MICHIGAN M G , In Www Norma Kibbey and Kay Larsen are ready to go to the races with th ' T' ph. GETTY NEAR BROADWAY 7 9. ' f - A ' - Q ' Q4 MHA ," l ' v 3 ,.:,,,m'-'I ' n - " Us V 5 9 9 7 PEARSON'S SHOE STORE 'GQUALITY AT POPULAR PRICES" 1045 W. LAKETON PHQNE 62.0155 Compliments of 1-ichterhnff Muriuarg Peck at Latch We 7"'m WW' CNLMWW Phones 2 5717 s. 2 8655 lllest michigan Sound Company Phone 2 5910 MAGNE TRONICS MOTIVATIONAL WIRED MUSIC TAPE RECORDERS P A SYSTEMS HIFI RECORDS 1932 Peck Street SALES RENTALS SERVICE Muskegon .MwW'j pe P B Th y 5 th sammy nunv colmnv offwe Supplies THE BEST 885 887 Terrace Street just Ask Your Neighbor MUSKEGON MICHIGAN l n : 3 2 .5 - gm! zxwQfl:e.f.w1wuvxxwe"6"N TM' Su rvisors pro-tempove, Gail Daniels and at Henricks see a Bottle Washing Operation at the dairy that brings "Let's get on with the business!" say Barb Hunt and Bill Hallman. "The est Moo to You." e can really et a lot of work done with is Fine Office Furniture from 0 I! ' YI I ualzty Pzrturev at a Przce You Can A md CAL .IUIINSDNS CAMERA SHOP 8 STUDIO baymmlammwzdeqwm MORRY CARLSONS Tm Town The Toy Cap1tol 941 TERRACE ST MALRICF A CARLSON Ou ner Sw!! Zyapkes 9004 liners Where Quality Counts D -Q n -Q mnnno comvnnv SANFORD AT HOLBROOK 26 GWB 1 API-nv 1.1140 Q ' ' - ' ff' U 0 .I 4218 GRAND HAVEN ROAD Z X I , A ii 4 P N! of I 'QOGR oN?NE slqxe ff' 4 e Workman and Leah Hall are mpressed the be I Always Remember DODGE AND PLYMOUTH HATHAWAY MOTOR CO THIRD AT MERRILL Sefllllg Greater Nluyleergwl Holorzsts ll' :th DL uldable Inms nrfufmu 911141 1910 Neate n that s hat Dan He man and Dan W tham say a hey se of the con enlent d v an la dry at XX hen the occasnon arrnes t 9 Reserxe the ax S FIRESIDE ROOM i' 1915 Peck Street Drelles 'ff 1050 Getty Street Congratulatzons Muskegon Grads 0 1958' VANDERVELDE S OFFER COMPLETE HOME PLANNING AND DECORATING SERVICE FOR YOUNG HOMEMAKERS Members of the 1958 Graduatmg Class Visited Vanderveldes shown loe1e are Ruth Hartman and lim Oltbo Lookmg Over Amerzcas Newest Innor ations m Home Furmsbmgs Wfe offer Expert Serure Free to all Homemakers and Imzte You to Come m for Further Detazls and erve l d e s Broadway at Fifth MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Phone 3 2141 .Qmze Servmg the Nation rn 0 RECREATION 0 EDUCATION 0 DEFENSE Heme 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 erators dryers and water heaters over the telephone or by personal call Avail your self of Home Service WHAT S COOKIN MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY SERNINIC 80000 CUSTOMERS IV MICHIGAN N N I S Il I I m using modern Brunswick furniture. C Advice is given in the use of ranges, refrig- I I ' ?-Pat Scott seems to have the situat' - well under control. r - , I 1 1 , A ' l'I AtAId g N xi Rmtair QU' oQ--2-.-g--0- :fa--:Q VMpd .chfdeade Elect-ue do 1855 Lake Sho e Dr You Phone Well Wire GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Televisions Phonographs H Fu Records mezzcan go f .gazzng Good luck Semors Muskegon Mnchlgon RMK CONRAD S Columbia Studios Class Portrants of Dlstmcuon WEDDINGS CANDID AND FORMAL BABIES AND FAMILY GROUPS C111 2 vO1v For Appointment Your Family Studm 184 W WESTERN AVENUE Across from Penney s Sty1e Leaders DRESS RIGHT YOU CAN T AFFORD NOT 'Iluskequl 5 Fmes! Store or We 1 an! B035 9 ...T To SQ RE Compllments of 7 EHEEKU JEIUELEIU GRADUATION Graduatxon rs only the begmnmg Now you start with your ABC s ln learmng how Always have a bank account The Muskegon Bank fl'V 2111 VETS MENQS WEAR 201 W Western Trust Company Famous RICHMAN BROTHERS Clothes SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SPECIAL ORDERS C 0 340 W Clay Ave Occldenlcl Hotel Bldg Phone 62 9503 lllllLl'l'Y CLEANERS 1304 SANFORD ST Across from Central Campus to save. We will pay you for doing so. d Don Stewart and Phil Osborn look over the top-coa s a ETS. I ' a Q "1 . "4 s wiv EWU 17 , 1 "'-'E- 5 vi' L Nix 1 f :fr I ,JH ,A I Q uf 4? -'44 M' 1, L' X Q f 31' f gmxi 9, vm:-x. O, x , '89 QAYI A 5253132 19.2 lfx .Y M 1 ,,, 7 1 I V 111.1 ,fri ! :K ,Ray ff A was will 'iw' 4-'?"1'1f.'f' 5' J 144i-S uin- 4 1 ala 41 g Jrcstli LQQQAQ7 L11 m ' 1 1 I EQ 1 l ' i 5 f 1 Elm-1 5 i E Q: 'Q T1 au A-5-1:3 " - Zz? 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HACKLEY UNION Natwnal Bank .Q Trust Co FITZJOHII CUIICH C0 MOTOR PA I 1 CZM., 58 jack C Olson graduate of Muskegon Semor Hlgh bchool wnth the Class of 38 IS Foundry Supermtendent at Sealed Power Corporatxon Hrs rapxd advancement w1th the company to hxs present posmon exemplxfles the opportunmes avanlable at Sealed Power Corporatnon for ambmous graduates who are wnllmg to work for and accept more responsxbxlxty Upon completxon of your formal educatxon Sealed Power affords alert young men and women opportunmes for a rewardmg lnvellhood Sealed Colporaho LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINE PARTS PLANTS IN MUSKEGON HEIGHTS AND ST. IOHNS, MICHIGAN: ROCHESTER AND LA GRANGE, INDIANA AND sTIzATFoIzD, ONTARIO G YMOUTH I D rf Sfyl g H INDBBEN MOTOB SALES 270 280 Apple Avenue PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER Muskegon Wakac e Glensrde o Broadway Grand Haven Rd llaspefs Save Mor Markets Where Low Przces are a Habzt THREE CONV ENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway at Henry Laketon at Leahy Mason at Fifth Go o Go! 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