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

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No subject is foreign to his interest and curiosity- history, business, athletics, civilzation in general. Any topic gives Harvey a chance to relate another incident that has taken place in his own busy history. Whether teaching in a rural one-room school, a high school or college classroom, he always had the situation we1l-in- hand. Who will handle our funds and help us to keep our books straight, if not Mr. Paulson? We believe that he will be "around,' for a long time to give us background and counsel. Constant contacts with his innumerable pupils all over the community will insure him a future as entertaining as his past - a future with never a dull moment. Our Yeor Time is that relative factor which imparts a meaning and purpose on all that occurs in the universe. All life is in a logical and purposeful progression which has time as a scale. This great scale has neither beginning nor ending, nor does it ever waver. Time always progresses evenly, and it is only our impression and conception of its presence that ever varies. We may recall and predict time, but we are powerless to control it. It must follow then that the importance of time is inestimable, and we can only attempt to understand the manner in which it affects us. What is the use of a drink of water, a breath of air, or a word of pardon if it comes too late? Consider the consequences when a moon rocket is launched too soon, or when someone acts in anger before thinking about the situation. Delay in making a decision can bankrupt a corporation, lose a life, or start a war. How much credit may a student receive for a theme submitted a week late. Finally, note the status of an individual who is prone to verbal outbursts before the dismissal of class. The foregoing examples are obviously characteristic effects of time, but, in ad- dition, we should explore some other aspects of time. It is not unreasonable that something as mighty as time should have something to offer for all of us. Certainly time holds special wonders for each and every person. We may utilize our years in high school as a notable example. These years may offer a great lesson, a very special person, a senior prom, or the opportunity for preparation for later years. Actually the high school years may present a combination of these benefits and more. When we compare our minute glimmer of life to the vast panorama of time, we seem to be a negligible factor in the whole operation of existence. Yet insignificant as we may seem to be, we may still en- hance the very expression of time. Every one of our thoughts and actions is an integral event in the story narrated by time. Since this story is a cumulative one, everything that happens is dependent on previous events. So everything we do in high school serves as a basis for the remainder of our lives. Time lays before us now the opportunity to mold our lives. Let us not fail to recognize the tremendous importance of this opportunity, but make use of its possibilities to the fullest extent. Time has given us another great year of priceless experience. Muskegon Senior High School has won recognition in nearly every field ot endeavor available to a high school. We have done our best to augment this latest year of time's story in the most marvelous manner to date. Indeed, we have had the time of our lives. X x S w Z ? f 1 Z As our "pages" Peggy Hollander and Lisabeth Cayan lifted the cover from the Said and Done, we kicked off our sales campaign. We now present to you the yearbook that you have been waiting for ever since this picture was taken. So, now take time out and enjoy watching your year at M.H.S. pass in review. The Wheel of Time Rolls Downworol Through Vorious Changes The coming of fall means many things. No more lolling on Lake Michigan sand all day basking in the sun. No longer can you waste away week-end morn- ings on the telephone discussing last night's pizza- party. Gone are the days with nothing to do. Here at last is the time for football, when we cheer on our team with that unquenchable exuberance accredited to teenagersg the dance after the games, promenade gaily after a victory and speak of' our daring plays, the excursions and parties on the week-ends when we have out of town games. Assemblies, plays, and pep rallies all head the list at M.H.S. Of course, there is the ever-present homework which forms the foun- dation of every school year and of everyone's future. We have been launched onto the adventure of another school year. Perhaps this is your first year at Muskegon, perhaps your last, but certainly your best, This is the usual pre-bell crush outside the doors at M H S What are they talking about? Do they regret leaving the pleasant fall weather to enter our institute of learning? Maybe they are comparing schedules and discussing their new teachers. Let's follow them through their school year for they made It what it is Comparing notes on points of interest where their paths may have crossed at one time or an- other are our foreign exchange students. From left to right are Hans Bolten from Germany, Saki Takahashi from japan, Dick Dan- hoff from M.H.S. who traveled to Europe last summer. Dick was sponsored by A.F.S. funds collected each year by Carmenta to send a M.H.S. student abroad to live with a family there for the summer, and Hannah Krogh from Denmark. These students are selected for their scholarship and personality in their native countries and then brought to Muskegon to live with an American family for a year. Our photographer didn't need to say, "Watch the birdie." These sophomores new to M.H.S. last fall mugged for the camera as soon as they caught sight of a lens. Tl1ere's ci Time lor Meeting New "New students, that way is the main hall," Mr. Burdick seems to be explaining to new M.H.S. students, as he briefs them the day before the opening of school. At this annual pre-school meeting, our maze of halls and rooms is explained. For a while they wander aimlessly, but wait, soon they will be holding their own with the more experienced students. H3 ,Q Kg ,X MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL, that's what the letters over our school say, Here we see workmen changing it during summer Roy Beagle seems to be urging speed as he W3fCl'l95 Karen vacation: it used to be Senior High School and lunior College. Stulp and Marcella Bowman sign last year's Said and Done. Then, when l. C. was established, our letters were off keel. Everyone had a yearbook and as you can see, they stopped Now, with this fine gift from the graduating classes of '57 everywhere to sign them. and '58, our school proudly announces to the world that this Friends and Making Changes Hungry M.H.S. students keep the cafeteria and auditorium hopping during all three of our lunch hours. Here we see the ever-present chow line in the cafeteria, waiting to be served at the main service table. There are two places to be served in our big cafeteria: the main dish table and the smaller table used mostly by our "bag lunch" students. ll Responsible for a lot of our good spirit at M.H.S. are our Big Red cheerleaders and lndians. From left to right are Barb Cross, Wendy Houghton, captain Peggy Wainwright, Sue Zachariason and Elaine Humenick with our dancers Sanford Miller and Bob Iensen. Our peppy cheerleaders have kept up Muskie spirit even when we were on the low end of a score. Always working, never slacking is our painstaking band leader Mr. Stewart. His insistence on perfection has made the march- ing band and orchestra at Muskegon top ranking in the state and nation. Here he is directing the band at the last perform- ance of the school year - graduation. High stepping drum major at M.H.S. this year is Ted Bensinger. This strutting figure in white leads our marching band through their various formations and maneuvers during the half time shows of the football season at Muskegon. 1 A'f?"wfL.hfW5f4 Yfilelkw, ?l'3nWHfkdw--0' 'ct' W" ' These enthusiastic cheerleaders who could boost even a losing team's morale, displayed vigorous determination as they led their Little Reds on to victory. From left to right are Linda Woller, Linda Gay, Diane Baker, Lynn Tischler, and topping the pyramid is Donna johnson. Theres ci Time for Cheers cincl Music QPSK 1532 .x'3bZ?M!k!' .. 7 QWTZA. Q ,M7'55Q5:LZb342f41V "Here they come!" This was the cry that went up as our Homecoming King and Queen walked down the runway to greet their loyal subjects. Soon after this picture was taken our "rulers" Peggy Wainwright and Roger Locke led off our first dance at the Homecoming dance. Suspense, fear and hope is seen in the expressions of these Muskegonites as they watch one of our Big Reds running down the field trying to gain a touchdown at our annual Muskegon Benton Harbor Homecoming game -Qt swf? .1 X , i f 2 S 'i "I could have danced all night," but school dances must end. Everybody had a good time at the dance after the Terry succeeded as usual in bringing in the winning touch- Homecoming game. The band was a change from the fast Big with Tidings catching record hops, and it seemed a welcome break. "When you see those teams in red and white, cheer, cheer." That's just what all Muskegon students and alumni did during this half-time band show at Hackley Stadium. When Dad's Night was observed, special tribute was given to Robert Zuppke and Earl lensen, former M.H.S. gridiron stars. I ff A X W N, , ,,, W- 'Ss-Q K 'N lx rl 5 if wa.. XX-ss, X Xxx Xxx' -C Here we see some twelfth grade English students with their instructor Mrs. Peggy Wingler off to Chicago to see a production of "Hamlet," Boarding this bus is a symbol of achieving greater goals. These students combine pleasure and learning as they start on their way. No matter where they go or what they do, these students will not forget this fine experience of their high school years. You Must Mcilce Time lor At the honors assembly every year, awards are given to the top graduating seniors. Presenting last years' honor awards are Miss Ethel Raue and Mrs. Mabel Quail. The receiving seniors are left to right: Class President Carl Hesse, Ray Grimm, Sue Rose, Peg Nixon and Daryl Sabin. ww 4 5 I If I .JI X 5 l 2 N A new custom has been established between Muskegon and Muskegon Heights. After each football game the winner shall receive the symbols of each school, the peace pipe for Muskegon and a toy tiger for Heights. Here is Tim Lutrey presenting the symbols to Muskegon for our victory over Heightsg ours to keep until we are defeated by them. Business Before Pleosure Lannie Beck patiently waits for Craig Rose to enter the voters' booth during student voting at Muskegon High. Besides testing the voting machines, M.H.S. students gained practical ex- perience during this pre-election contest. Congratulations were given by Mr. lhrman to Bob Pendleton and Ron Siiter for their skill in Latin. Their aptness was proven by their placing first class in a nation wide standardized test. This is a yearly feat of the Latin classes. Many people nowadays are criticizing the American teenagers. People consider today's teenagers as being a spoiled generation, an age at which everything comes easy to them: money, use of the car and all other luxuries. Few of these people consider another aspect of a teen- ageris existence - education. At a time when many consider the standards of our country to be swiftly dropping, the standard of education is ever rising. Future generations will need a well developed brain to surpass all the advances of our nation. At Muskegon we have a wonder- ful faculty of highly trained educators working to prepare us for our roles in the future. Here we give to you evidence of their work, awards and scholarships for those who work, the students of M.H.S. 1 za! "Bon Voyagel" These were the gay cries of Lana Kay Broutman, Lorrie Leutcher, Karen Besing, Roxi Pierce, and Pauline Chonis as they bid farewell to their "pals" Andrea Bovitch and Sally Wickerink. These two girls became involved in many adventures during their trip to Europe in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Saki Takahashi, our A.F.S. student from lapan, expresses concern as Sandy Collier deftly converts him into a French hotel manager for his role in the Masque production "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Saki was bothered by the thought that his moustache might be crooked. Pleasure and Action "Lights, curtain, action." The hard work, the time and trouble that goes into putting on a good show is rewarded in the applause of the audience. It's their way of showing gratitude for a painstaking performance. Carol TenBrink, Ken Anderson and judy Benham are seen here as they appeared during dress rehearsal for last years' senior ludy Briskorn's South Pacific dance accompanied by Dick Danhof's combo climaxed the annual talent show. Mcike the Hours Seem Short Here are Muskegonites putting their hearts into an act, a role they bring to life seeking the pleasure of self-satisfaction and the applause. Striving for perfection, working to please and entertain. play, "TattIetale." This well-portrayed comedy was a hit with all Muskegonites. "Will the next act please line up?" "Quiet backstage!" The tension mounts as Mistress of Ceremonies, Pauline Chonis, prepares to announce the next group of performers at Muskegon's Variety Show. Everyone exhibits last minute stage fright before going on to perform for their waiting public. . f :IK ,V ,f va I9 By day our campus is a bustling center of activity. lt rings with the shrill echo of the bell and the murmur of conversation as students pass from room to roomg then the quiet settles over our grounds as classes are resumed. When the last bell tells us that the day is done, the build- ings are quickly deserted. Behind every achievement there are people working to make it a success. When the junior and senior classes last year put on the june prom, "Sayonnara," there were many people working, especially the underclassmen. An oriental setting was used complete with pools and bridges. 9-W-+4...... And So the Graduation is the keynote to one's future. Today's graduates are the very foundation of our country. In the future, the graduates are the leaders. Getting a good start is the first step to success. At M.H.S. we stress building up that foundation, developing the minds and person- alities of these people. The climax to that build- ing is graduation. Graduation is the beginning and the end, it is the end of high school, for some it is the very end of their youth. From graduation many progress swiftly through college and into their position as adults in this worldg some are slower, but nevertheless start on their way and become adults. Graduation will be repeated often throughout their lives as they begin and achieve bigger and better things. But their grad- uation from M.H.S. shall never be forgotten nor duplicated. E i VVYY W "Which side does the tassel go on?" This question seems to be bothering jeff Funkhousr and others as they prepare for their last big moment at M.H.S. o Time has Come for Farewell Standing solemn and tense, june graduates wait patiently while the last members join their ranks for the impressive commencement exercises Cur School Moments are precious when classes are in session. Much information must be garnered by the students, and the teachers must be prepared to dispense this knowledge. The administrators are also aware of the significance of time in planning the schoo1's program. One hears on every side -- "Sorry, I haven't the time" -to do this or that. Everyone is more than busy cramming in all that needs to be accomplished. V 23 MUREL G. BURDICK, A.B., M.A. Mr. Burdick thinks we should have all the space we need with the teaching staff adequate to lessen class size. He believes this is possible next year with the completion of Walter B. Steele lr. High School and the Senior High School having the entire campus. Mr. Burdick is President of the Exchange Club, on the Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors, on the Central Methodist Church Board and a member of the Torch Club. His pet peeve is people who are not on time. MR. EDWARD 1. HUTTENGA, A.B., M.A. Sports, fishing, and hunting are what Mr. Huttenga lists as his favorite outside interests. Mr. Huttenga comes from Grand Haven, Michigan and is the director of Vocational Education at M.H.S. His travels cover much of the southern and western United States. MR. KENNETH C. KOLBERG, B.S. Tcickling the Big Problems ond Coming Out on Top Problems, problems, and more problems! And for every one, no matter how big it is, a solution IIlL1St be found. Finding those solutions is the job of the administration at M.H.S. They must make the rules and regulations, a task which takes much consider- MR. RAY CARLSON, B.A., M.A. Now acting as administrative assistant in charge of juniors, Mr. Carlson also teaches world history. Mr. Carlson has traveled all over the South Pacific, at the expense of Uncle Sam, while serving in the Armed Forces. MR. LLOYD C. HARTMAN, B.S., M.A. Mar. Hartman, who comes from Battle Creek, Michigan, is head football coach at M.H.S. and an assistant to the principal. Mr. Hag.man's interests include the following: fishing, hunting and rea ing. MISS EMILY HERKIMER, B.S., M.A. The homemaking supervisor at our school is Miss Herkimer. She is a member of the A.A.U.W. Mr. Kolberg hails from nearby Grand Haven, Michigan. He is the director of the manual at M.H.S. MRS. ALICE KYES, A.B., A.M. Mrs. Kyes, our assistant principal, enjoys art and reading. She is a member of the Board of the Muskegon County Museum. Mrs. Kyes believes each student should make high standards for himself and live up to them. She is also in charge of the foreign exchange students. MR. JOHN W. TOPPEN, B.S. Photography, gardening, and travel are among the hobbies of Mr. Toppen. He feels that to eliminate from study any room that does not have desks would be an excellent improvement for M.H.S. Mr. Toppen also expresses his pet peeve as "litter". ation and discussion, and once the rules are made, the administrators must also see that they are carried out. Let's all take our hats off to those who keep our school running so smoothly, for they must tackle big problems, and they usually come out on top. NX . V V . I 1 A . ,, ,Vii , Wi .T ' "-Z. ya-y.,....,,..,.,..,,,,,,, . , X ., X , 35,5 ,, Igfx If . gr K, , S . , V , f ,W p ' .- " . f , P ,' 24,7 . ff ' w,ffi.'w f " . ,. - , ff f ' f 'J' , ff 920 if W? X - , 'V A' I . .wif 1. qw- fy! W' ,M , f ,f J f If wi ' , f 5?f 2 I ff fws-4' S ss I s sf sf ,NM x 'PSA WLS. -Wino SE3, , rs ', - 5 ,., X W1 s . XX,. , i. L sq f..35.g,f s Q ix F555 Q , . 25 Q W W , ,M 1 .. .! - . f 9 fe! ,ai , sf V' ',i f'.. f , ,fe 3 y I f f XEQ Z ,iff 4 ,af XZ ff K 5 X 1 if f f f 0 W f . ,f . 1, i ' yifgg 7 .K W jfemw-m.w,..,.., ,,,, ,, MR. WILLIAM C. DENTON B.A., M.A. Mr. Denton enjoys hunting, fishing, and photography. He was born in Wheeling, West Virginia. His be- lief is that smaller classes would be an asset to Muskegon High School. Mr. Denton's job is that of solving the many problems of our M.H.S. students. M RS. THORA LU N DELL B.A., M.A. Do you like music, and collecting recipes and cookbooks? These are the interests of Mrs. Lundell who is a counsellor at M.H.S. She was born in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. She hopes that some day all people will learn to assume their assigned responsibilities. MISS HARRIET REID Miss Reid is counsellor at M.H.S. Besides assisting students with their problems, she gives freely of her time and energies to anyone who needs help. She feels that M.H.S. could become a better place if everyone cooperated IOOM-,. Her pet peeve is gum chewing. Guiclcmce, Advice, Informoltion Dispensecl Here What subjects should I take to go into a partic- ular field? What college should I attend to get the best education in my chosen field? What jobs are available after graduation? What is high school pre- paring me for? Are you confused by any of these questions? The counselors will help you find the answers and give other pertinent advice on your school program. Not only will you get this type of information, but you will also receive help on many personal problems which indirectly affect your school career. The office staff includes Mrs. Haglund, Mrs. Backer, Mrs. Veitenheimer, Mrs. Casterline, Miss Wagner, and Mrs. Adams. 2""'3 26 X r K K The cooks are: Mrs. Collett, Mrs. Kuiper, Mrs. Holcomb, Mrs. Niva, Mrs. Denhof, and Mrs. Hamstra. Cooks, Cuslodioms Provide Food, Cleanliness Have you ever noticed how the windows shine? Or have you ever been in study hall 120 just before lunch time and noticed the tantalizing aroma from the kitchen? It is our staff of cooks and janitors who are responsible for these things and many others besides. Our custodians keep our school ship-shape by mopping up after We track snow in, or by cleaning our class- rooms. Thanks to them, we have a school and campus in which we can take pride. The custodians and maids are: Mr. Zuidema, Mrs. Smifh, Mrs. Pulsifer, Mr. West, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Krues, Mr. Schuitema, Mrs. Lowden, Mr. Dunlap, Mr. Houseman, Mr. Kolkema, Mr. Hughey, Mr. Doorn, and Mr. Van Riper. ,ff M.. , MRS. SARAH A. COUTCHIE A.B., M.A. An English teacher at M.H.S., Mrs. Coutchie is the advisor of Car- menta Literary Club. Her other interests include gardening and golfing. MRS. IOAN GAINEY B.A. Mrs. Gainey is a member of the newly-formed Faculty Wives Club and a Y-Teen sponsor. She hails from Terre Haute, Indiana, and has done traveling in the United States. To have an activity period and a longer lunch hour is her hope. MR. WILLIAM I. HARRISON A.B. A teacher of English, journalism and photography at M.H,S. is Mr. Harrison. To have a campus feeling and conduct to go along with the small college appearance of Mus- kegon High School is his wish. He enioys photography, writing, and spectator sports. MRS. MARCELLA O'CONNOR A.B. The native town of Mrs. 0'Connor is right here in Muskegon, Mich- igan. Besides teaching llth grade English, she is the advisor to the National Honor Society. How to Counter-oct Jive-talk cincl Oh, - - - to see the British Crown jewels in person and not just pictured as shown here by Nancy Payne. This furnishes background for English literature. -4-...MQ loam- 52, 1 f, MR. RALPH H. PLUMMER A.B., M.A. Lazy students discourage Mr. Plummer who is an English teacher at M.H.S. Mr. Plummer has trav- eled through the U.S.A., Canada, the British Isles, and Western Europe. He enjoys reading and as MRS. FRANCES K. REDMOND B.A. The American Cancer Society and the Y.W.C.A. Camp Emery are a few of the activities of Mrs. Red- mond. She is discouraged with students who never hand their work in on time. 'QS .l, .ie , . MISS jEAN REHNQUIST B.A. Tennis, swimming, and music are the pleasures of Miss Rehnquist, English teacher, who comes from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her wish is to have all of the classes in one building, which would be nice, 1 MRS. ELIZABETH SCHULER M.A. Mrs. Schuler's hobby is swimming and her family of four boys and one girl. Two of her children are in college. She teaches English at M.H.S. you have seen, traveling. Encourage Enioyment "Jive-talk" may be fine, but it's a mighty big chore with which the English instructors must cope. In dealing with this situation, this department shows us how to use better methods of expressing ourselves, and to state our ideas clearly by teaching us grammar, vocabulary, and composition. We also gain a better understanding of life through our study of great literature. especially in the winter. of Reocling by getting an over-all picture of the world's writings, from modern short stories to Silas Marner. Continuing our study, we learn of our great American heritage in our junior year through the study of American writers and their works. In our senior year, the emphasis is primarily on English literature, ranging from the Anglo-Saxon poetry to modern prose. Thanks to our study of literature during the three years, we have gained a better knowledge of the world both past and We begin our study of literature in the tenth grade MISS LOIS E. STEWART B.A. "I wish the students would realize it is a school and not a fun house", declares Miss Stewart. She is a member of A.A.U.W. and the junior Woman's Club, and is inter- ested in dramatics. A traveler, she has been in most of the 48 states, Mexico, Canada, and Europe. MR. HAROLD R. WEAVER A.B., M.A. From Shelby, Michigan comes Mr. Weaver. Music and all kinds of sports are his hobbies. His travel- ing was through the courtesy of Uncle Sam. When he was in the Navy, he traveled to Pensacola, Florida. present. MRS. PEGGY F. WINGLER A.B., M.S. "Go, Big Reds." l'm sure we all share this favorite expression with Mrs. Wingler! She says, "Try to make each student realize his responsibility as a citizen of M.H.S, to give it high academic standing, cleanliness, and a good reputation for sportsmanship." MR. DALE M. WINGLER B.E., M.S. Mr. Wingler, an English teacher, is annoyed by Ilth grade themes of grade-school caliber, although he says he enjoys grading them. I think there are many of you M.H.S.'ers that share his favorite expression of "Let's eat." X . MR. IOHN F. KIRN B.S. Music is a great interest of Mr. Kirn, who teaches English and De- bate. He has been to europe and traveled in the Eastern United States. W MR. FRANKLIN G. POLING A.B. As a boy, Mr. Poling lived in Hudson, Michigan. He dislikes the idea of having students holding gab fests in the center of the corridor while others are passing. MRS. RUTH Y. TERRY B.A., M.A. "Speak up!" People who talk in- audibly is the pet peeve of Mrs. Terry. She teaches l0th grade English and refresher English. H T it . 3 ic. .xi ' K- .M,vW...A kj' Z,:sfc.ss.,L g 1 - 4 Q .2 i r X A K W Ni . 5 is 5 X if L ff ,r g 1 , K -New . M R. LEWIS VANCAMP B.A. Mr. VanCamp has been to the Far East and around the areas of the Pacific Ocean. His home town is Camden, New jersey. He likes fishing, hunting, reading, and is a speech instructor at M.H.S. To Develop Self-Expression cmd Trciin Future Grotors For many a student, it has been with some fear that he has gone into speech class for the first time in tenth grade. But he has come out at the end of the semester much more sure of himself, with an ability to speak to a group that he hadn't had before. The speech teachers try to help the students develop a besides. speaking ability in a wide range of subjects and situ ations. Some of them are: in making a presentation, doing a demonstration, making a formal introduction, delivering an extemporaneous speech, and many others This subject, required of all M.H.S. students for graduation, is becoming essential for our world of today. For the mark of an educated person is his ability to speak well publicly, expressing his ideas in a clear, logical way. For many students, the required semester of speech is only a beginning, and they go on to such areas as debate and forensics, where they dis play their ability in competition with others in the same field. There will be many times when we will be called upon during our lives to speak in public and when we are, the training we received in our high school speech classes will help us do a better job. '11, pil MISS MARIAN C. HELVIE B.S. !Ay de mi! seems to be the favorite expression of Miss Helvie. A Spanish teacher at M.H.S., her ex- tensive travels include: Canada, Mexico, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, and Bolivia. She visited Guatemala last Christ- mas. MISS EDITH M. MERRITT B.A., M.A. ' Miss Merritt, a Latin teacher at M.H.S., comes from Onekama, Michigan. She likes music, books, and boating. Miss Merritt has traveled North, South, East and West in the United States and has also toured Canada. kiaqgd.. MRS. RALPH PLUMMER A.B., M.A. This year, Mrs. Plummer has been teaching French and Spanish at M.H.S. She received her degree from the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University. She is very much annoyed by students who never have their work done on time. M RS. FLORENCE TOOL B.A., M.A. To succeed in our curriculum study in order to better provide for the education of all the pupils at M.H.S. is the wish of Mrs. Florence Tool, a French teacher. She has done extensive traveling through Europe and was born in Holyoke, Colorado. Today We Live in the International World "Comment allez-vous?" "Como esta usted?" D0 you understand this? If you don't you should, for you are living in not only a national, but an "inter- national" world. The worldis many unique cultures are brought to us through the study of language. We are fortunate in having capable instructors in French, Spanish, and Latin here at M.H.S. In our language courses, we gain a much broader knowledge of foreign countries, the people, the customs, the geography, the history, and the cultures. By doing this, we help to improve international re- lations by working toward better understanding of people in other countries. Q .X assess Sis xv N ,sR?.,,sw-eiye xv. .ss..a.,,.t.s....m......s.......s fr M M ,,.,.,.1-Wk' my WW um RAYMOND R. BAUER MR. GERALD C. BRUINING MRS. DONALD MOONEY B.S., M.S. Students who don't study valences are the pet peeve of Mr. Bauer, a chemistry teacher at M.H.S. He thinks that we ought to have an activity period the last hour of the day because assemblies, etc. inter- fere too much with teaching. B.S., M.S. Listen to this, girls. Mr. Bruining's pet peeve is people who do not know how to use a telephone. He is an applied science and a plane geometry teacher. Fishing and sports are enjoyed by Mr. Bruining. A.B. Mrs. Mooney says, "A new build- ing, more study and new science labs would help M.H.S., but stu- dents could take more pride to prevent littering up what we have." She likes the art of creating but never seems to have time to do it. MR. LINDSAY NEAL B.S. What surprises Mr. Neal is the masses of people who want some- thing tor nothing. Reading "good" books, listening to good music, oil painting, traveling, and going to school are all a part of Mr. Neal's enjoyments. Five, Four, Three, Two, Une Larry Luytjes and Sidney Moseler seem to be satisfied with the results that they are getting from this - in electricity. K "All aboard for the moon!" Ridiculous? Maybe so, but in a few years' time it may not sound 'as silly as it does now. Even now, scientists of the world are putting miniature moons into orbit around the earth and shooting rockets at the real moon. Because of these events, there has been a great trend toward the scientific, and M.H.S. is no exception. Our science classes are filled to overflowing with students who want to fill our nationis crying need for scientists or 1 perhaps to find the answers to their own questions about the world around them. We gain knowledge of many of the new developments in this field, study the findings of great scientists, and find answers to many of the questions that have puzzled us for a long time. Take it easy Pam Buitendorp and Dave Sonnega. Please-don't-blow-the-roof-off- the-school ---- Blast Oli Courses in biology, chemistry, and physics give us a good foundation in the basic sciences, under the capable instruction of the science teachers. In biology we learn about life from the tiniest one-celled plants all the way up to man, the highest living thing. Chemistry gives us a better understanding of the com- position of the earth, and everything on it, through experimentation and research. In physics, we probe into the mysteries of heat, light, and electricity, which after research and study, turn out to be not so myster- ious as we had supposed. Will the United States be able to keep up with other countries in the field of science? Our answer is yes, as long as we have our capable teachers and students who are Willing to learn. M R. OREN RODEWALD B.S., M.A. Mr. Rodewald teaches physics at Muskegon High School. MR. LARRY L. SKIPPER B.S. Hailing from Florida is Mr. Skipper. As a biology teacher, he takes an interest in nature study, fishing, hiking and conservation. He is the go-iponsor of Youth for Christ u . MR. DOUGLAS A. TOOL B.S., M.A. Mr. Tool says, "You must have a definite time and a definite place to study chemistry." What does he teach? Why, chemistry, of course. His favorite pastimes are reading, gardening, cooking, and playing chess. MR. WINTHROP TRAUTMAN A.B., M.S. What's cooking? just ask Mr. Trautman, who includes cooking as one of his hobbies. He also likes to hike and enjoys the theatre. A biology teacher, he was born in Buffalo, New York. ' z "Time was made for slaves." Quadratic equations, formulas for areas and volumes, proofs of theorems, imaginary numbers, func- tions of angles, and a great number of other technical terms of mathematics sound almost like a foreign language until, in our math classes, we learn their meanings. Under the capable instruction of our math M R. DONALD MOON EY, B.S. Adair, Iowa is the home town of Mr. Mooney, an algebra teacher at Muskegon High School. He received his degree from Iowa State Col- lege. Mr. Mooney advises Youth for Christ Bible Club. MR. DAVID E. OLSEN B.S., M.A. The home town of Mr. Olsen is Muncie, Indiana. "Nupe" he says when asked what his favorite ex- pression was. Tennis, golf, swim- ming. and his house are Mr. 0Isen's hobbies. l Llfyl ,of xv M RS. DOROTHY ANDREWS A.B. Mrs. Andrews thinks attendance should be voluntary instead of compulsory at M.H.S. How does this idea sound to you? She thinks this would be a big improvement to M.H.S. Mrs. Andrews teaches plane geometry, and ceramics and gardening are a few of her enioy- ments. She gets disgusted with people who talk more than they think. Logical Analysis Encl Procluct of Moth Courses teachers in first-year algebra, plane geometry, ad- vanced algebra, solid geometry, trigonometry, and college algebra, we learn not only how to solve the problems we are given in our text-books, but also an- other very important thing, the art of thinking clearly. MR. ROBERT RITCHESKE B.S. To somehow have students show more respect for the property of others is what Mr. Ritcheske wants to see at M.H.S. He enioys sports, stamp collecting, and playing cards. MR. KENNETH ROLFE A.B., A.M. Mr. Rolfe, fro-m Kalamazoo, Mich- igan, is the advisor of the Student Council this year. He has traveled in the West, the East, and the st. Pessimists and gripers He teaches ad- Southea are his vanced ,Qs MR. ROBERT IENNINGS B.M.E. "O, K., Let's go!" This is Mr. lennings' favorite expression and he is doing this in more ways than one, for now he is working towards his masters degree, which he hopes to have by this summer. MR. FRED ROYS B.M., M.M. Mr. Roys is the assistant conductor of the Muskegon Band of which he was a former member. He also teaches instrumental music. if M R. WILLIAM STEWART M.A., M.M. A new band and orchestra room is the school improvement that Mr. Stewart is hoping for. He is the director of band and orchestra at M.H.S. and the head of the instru- mental department of the Mus- kegon Public Schools. Perfection ls the Gocil, Honors ore Won If it sounds as if M. H. S. students are bragging when We talk about our band, orchestra, or choir, it's because we have a right to be proud of them. For, Muskegon High has had a reputation for an excellent music department for many years, and this year is certainly no exception. The proof comes in the compe- tition of the band, orchestra, and choir with those of other schools from all over the state in yearly music festivals. There we can see how M.H.S. stacks up against other schools. The result? Muskegon High comes out on top with "excellent" ratings. Our musicians also entertain the community with their concerts throughout the year. After long, and sometimes tiring hours of practice, they present a top- notch concert of music, ranging from classical to popular. Thus, they contribute not only to the school, but also to the whole community. Madrigalians are briefed by Mr. jennings on correct procedures for their concert. MR. IAMES CURNALIA M.A. Are you guilty of starting the week-end Thursday at 3:10 and beginning the next week on Wednesday morning? Don't expect sympathy from Mr. Curnalia who Iaims this is his pet peeve. He is a history teacher at M. .S. and enioys reading history. I ML I. PAUL DUNWORTH A.B., M.A. Mr. 1. P. Dunworth is an American government and an American his- tory teacher at M.H.S, He was born in Newaygo County. He says, "What is the more obvious im- provement to our school than better students and better teach- ers. MR. ARILD NEILSEN B.S., M.S. How would you like to have the hobby of taking naps, but never having the time for them? If so, then you are in the same boat as Mr. Nielsen, who comes from Centuria, Wisconsin. Mr. Nielsen has traveled extensively in the South Pacific. MR. GEORGE RUSSCHER M.A. "Are you listening?" This is a special expression of Mr. George Russcher of Holland, Michigan, whose preferred hobbies are gard- ening and reading. With his M.A. from the University of Michigan, he teaches American history. lt irritates him to see unprepared students and people who are rude. History Repeots Itself . . . And Whot of Tomorrow World conflicts and tensions, national prob- lems, state and local situations, all of these cur- rent issues comes into focus through our social studies courses. Classes in world history, Amer- ican history, government, sociology, and econom- ics bring us all to a better understanding of the world's problems, both past and present. History helps us understand man's development from primitive times of cavemen and their clubs to present-day jet travel, faster than the speed of sound. In these troubled times of cold war and hard feelings between the nations of the World, we must make an almost super-human effort to be rid of these problems by peaceful means. Perhaps one Way to find a solution is to look back through the history of other nations, finding their suc- cesses and failures, learning from their exper- iences, for there is truth in the saying that history repeats itself. As the leaders of a tomorrow that is nearer than we may think, we must be ready for what is to come, and we will be ready be- cause of our good education. We must be able to help rid the world of its tension and strife. For, by learning of the past, observing the present, and planning for the future, we will be doing our part to promote peace in the world. lt makes no difference how you vote, but to vote is the important thing, and Marie Englund and Barbara Bailey are impressing this fact on us, the future voters of America. MR. R. A. ZIMMERMAN A.B. Mr. Zimmerman believes that more discipline would improve our school. He says, "We have too many students wandering around the halls. Let's have every student in school until 3:10 and every student in a classroom until 3:l0." Mr. Zimmerman's favorite pastimes are gardening, golf, and other sports. M R. DONALD ARNSON B.A. .Mr. D. Arnson, hailing from Mus- kegon, Michigan, has traveled over most of the United States, having been in forty-five of the forty- nine states. When asked about his pet peeve, expressed, "to see M.H.S. students cutting across the grass." MR. EDWARD HAGER B.A. Golf is the primary interest of Mr. Hager, but he also enjoys other sports. He comes from jefferson, Wisconsin. Believing in ones self is what Mr. Hager feels a person needs to succeed in whatever he has interests. ,, fn MISS ETHEL PIHLSTROM B.S. Keeping the desks free of marks would be a marked improvement along with other general cleanli- ness of the entire M.H.S. campus is the feelings of Miss Ethel Pihl- strom. Besides being advisor of the Said and Done, Miss Pihlstrom teaches American history. ,gp Z MR, IOHN GAINEY B.S. Mr. Gainey, who teaches business math, economics, and business organization at M.H.S., comes from Terre Haute, Indiana. Mr. Gainey considers sports as one of his interests. MR. ANTHONY GILSDORF Mr. Gilsdorf is a member of the Optimist Club. His interests are mountain climbing and travel. As for school improvements, he would like to see better control and maintenance of tie student body by having a citizenship council. MISS CECELIA KNOLL A.B. Coming from Decatur, Michigan, Miss Knoll lists as among her travels Central and South America. She is a teacher of shorthand and transcription at M.H.S. and Miss Knoll considers music as one of her favorite interests. MR. HARVEY L. PAULSON Ph.B., M.A. Keeping our campus grounds clean, feels Mr. Paulson, is an important improvement he would like to see at M.H.S. He comes from Mus- kegon and is active in the Lions Club, Torch Club, and Masonic Organizations. Speciolizeol Training Produces Competent Busily clicking typewriters, girls bending over shorthand notebooks, students frowning over book- keeping problems, and students learning to operate different kinds of office machines are some of the things to be seen and heard in the commercial classes at M.H.S. By getting their training in secretarial, bookkeeping, and clerical courses, students are pre- paring themselves to step directly out into the world of business after graduation. Courses in typing, short- hand, business arithmetic, office practice, bookkeeping, commercial law, and economic geography are offered. Testing hearing aids? lda Mae Gerwin and two of her classmates are taking dictation from a dictaphone. 1 MR. RUSSELL STEVENS A.B., M.B.A. Mr. Stevens, hailing from Indiana, expresses this: "Old bookkeepers never dieg they iust lose their balance," as his favorite ex- pression. He has traveled to Cali- fornia and Mr. Stevens lists read- ing as one of his hobbies, and he also belongs to the Masons. EY MRS. MILDRED BROTHERS MISS M. HITCHCOCK MRS. GOLDIE L. MAYROSE A.B. From Kalamazoo, Michigan comes Mrs. Brothers, who teaches book- keeping, business arithmetic, and shorthand at M.H.S. She is active in her church, P.T.A., and the A.A.U.W. B.A. Miss Hitchcock feels that a longer lunch hour would help students and teachers to do better work in the afternoon. She teaches typing at Muskegon High. Miss Hitchcock likes to sew and read. A.B. Mrs. Mayrose has traveled in the Eastern United States. iWasl1ing- ton, D.C., New York, and Bostonl. She belongs to A.A.U.W., the Faculty Wives, and the Eastern Stars. yt y 5405 MRS. MAXINE STORMS B.S. To let teachers know at least a day before school begins, what the day's schedule will be, and to de- emphasize "college prep", and train students to do something, would be a great improvement to our school, according to Mrs. Storms. She teaches typing and is the sponsor of the Future Teachers of America. Gifice Personnel 8t Relicilole Workers This department is important not only to the students, who are preparing themselves for a good job after they leave school, but also to the community. Since our city is highly industrialized, there is always a need for good secretaries, clerks, and bookkeepers. In this way, the commercial department is contrib- uting to the community by turning out top notch workers for the factories and businesses of the area. Todayis assignment is the study of human nature as exhibited by this typing class. I MRS. NORMA WRIGHT B.S. Sewing, ceramics, A.A.U.W., Mus- kegon Teachers' Club, M.E.A., and N.E.A. are all a part of the activ- ities of Mrs. Wright. She comes from Pentwater, Michigan and thinks that we should provide tor better study halls in M.H.S. The subjects Mrs. Wright teaches are typing and business arithmetic. D- ,arg r T ,,,, my , f , ' s K1-'viii Stl '4 we Q X-Mm .glare ., V il h v,V,,,f,-sa: X ,gee-gf .W A. uf.-, -, f"Pz..- . V, i f xx K. .V X 9 41 QQ? .rx -M , 'wc . 1, yew 3 W s Q X X A X Q . , ' -jg!-L' -- t,s'fS. 1 1 4 g W' - sf, :av s , e v',f3'f-was Q 'N 1- i 1? aS7ws,,1r f , ,, at 0 .3 ff ' ' W :M is My '11 .f aJ9,"-W fsyyasg fy 'Q-ffm, 'QS-riff ,gun . C S Q e 1 Wg, M .' 'f 1 N 1 5' Y f ff, as 1 A -S Egswjj-sjr X s .X 5 f as l fx ,ggfm f g Q 4 eff X , 4 fr ,J X --'. fs 'tg 4 ' 1 f f f A fm 2 fe 5 X 46 if 1 MRS. GLADYS COLLIER B.S. Have you borrowed anything from Mrs. Collier lately? lf so, you'd better return it as this is what she considers her pet peeve. Mrs. Collier comes from Muskegon and this past summer she traveled in Northern Michigan. MISS THEO PACK B.S., M.A. Coming from Cincinnati, Ohio, Miss Theo Pack has traveled from Alaska to Mexico and also in Europe. As a teacher of home- making and interior decorating, she also enjoys collecting antiques and is a camera fan. MISS ANN MOLZEN B.S., M.A. Display cases for student work are what Miss Molzen feels are a needed improvement for M.H.S. She comes from Muskegon and expresses her pet peeve as, "Stu- dents who have to be taught everything individually because of absences." . MISS AGNES MC INTYRE B.S. Miss Mclntyre, who hails from Tecumseh, Michigan, expresses her pet peeve as, "Workmen who for- get their tools." She seems to be equally busy out of school for she is active in civic groups. To Help Develop the Creotive You The whirr of sewing machines or the smell of cookies baking can often be detected on the second floor of the Manual, where the home economics classes are held. Many girls, and some boys, too, realize that in preparation for keeping a house of their own, they need to learn the arts of homemaking. .The students may learn in their home economics courses by practi- cal experience, for the classrooms are actually kitchens and sewing rooms. Amidst the paint brushes, jars of paint, and draw- ing boards, creative genius is hard at work. This is a scene often seen in the art rooms of M.H.S. Courses in art, art metals, mechanical drawing, and architectural drawing are offered. In art the students do everything from making posters to designing toys, and in art metals they are taught to work artistically with metals. These courses help develop students' talents in the field of art, preparing them for careers in that area. What's so interesting? janet Tobin and joan Bathrick seem very happy with the results. V , fnf' For toning muscles and keeping fit nothing does it like "set-ups". For "Educotecl" Muscles For "educated muscles" as well as educated minds, every student at M.H.S. is required to take physical education during all three years of his high school career. This year, the classes have been filled to capacity because of the large number of students on campus. Everyone has gym twice weekly, and for some, swimming classes are held on one of the two days. In the girls' gym classes the activities include routine exercises, volleyball, basketball, deck tennis, and in some, archery. The boys may participate in football, basketball, cross country, tennis, track, golf, and baseball in addition to the usual calisthenics done in class. As a result of all of these activities, Muskegon High can say in answer to the current question, "Are we becoming a nation of weaklings?" that we are striving to build strong bodies, in reaching our goal. MR. HARRY E. POTTER A.B. Director of athletics at M.H.S. is Mr. Potter. He enjoys his job of teaching physical education as well as fishing and traveling. MR. THOMAS McSHANNOCK B.S., M.A. Active in the Elks Club is Mr. McShannock. Out of school he en- joys sports and reading. ln school he is the varsity track coach. MRS. ADELAIDE SEASTROM B.S. Some of the interests of Mrs. Seastrom are bowling and golf. She is actively interested in the Muskegon Chapter of the Red Cross. M RS. GERTRUDE GILLASPY B.S., M.A. New to M.H.S. this year, Mrs. Gillaspy feels that smaller classes and a better playing field for girls would be a helpful improvement. s xl sxssst. 9.4 ms , M f ,. 5 MHSer, Richard Chase is taking advantage of the foundry course offered here for future use in our industrial city. MRS. KELLY DUNSMORE B.S., M.A. People who do not learn by their mistakes annoy Mrs. Dunsmore. The students of Muskegon High could be better contributors to their classes if they wouldpform regular study habits, she believes. Agn MR. DERWI N WALVOORD A.B., M.A. Mr. Walvoord thinks we should eliminate the split class periods at noon. He teaches business machines and has charge of the co-ordi- nation of business co-op courses. MR. E. G. APPEL B.S. Fishing and gardening are Mr. Appel's preferred hobbies. He feels that students should emphasize cliviclpride, to make our school tops'. MR. HENRY V. BOLT A.B. Mr. Bolt is from Grand Haven, Michigan. He tells us that his interests are hunting, fishing, color photography, and tropical fish. Vocational and Special Encouraged, The whine of a saw, the sound of a motor in an auto mechanics class, the pounding of a hammer, or banging from the machine shop can often be heard in the halls of the Manual. Many boys take advantage of courses offered in architectural drawing, foundry, cabinet making, electricity, printing, machine shop, and auto mechanics to prepare themselves for a job in one of those vocations. For those who are not as adept as some at academic subjects, these courses offer a chance to train for a job where they may work with their hands. MR. DONALD B. HOGAN B.S., M.S. Mr. Hogan belongs to the American Foundryman's Society. Reading, fishing and hunting are some of his interests. MR. FREDERICK BRAIL B.S., M.A. "How are you doing?" asks Mr. Brail, who this year is in charge of student teachers from Western Michigan University. If 'ZQZ,awWWff ' ,,"1s'7 i wi n, Mn f Nffyff f y M .,.. f M I f' WN' f ff 4 f K' , ,,,, X.. L, I . MR. G. WALTER LADD An art metal teacher at M.H.S. is Mr. Ladd. A traveler in all the states of the United States but three, he enjoys photography and electronics. Interests ore Trained ond Polished In their manual training, many of the boys be- come excellent auto mechanics, cabinetmakers, drafts- men, electricians, and printers. They may take day trade, where they spend two or three periods a day at one subject, learning it from beginning to end. In this way, they serve a sort of apprenticeship in their particular vocation. With the expert advice and guidance of the instructors in these subjects, the students are well trained and leave upon graduation. Don't you know, janice Hentschel and Carolyn Smith, that smoking isn't allowed on the M.H.S. campus? Oops, they're not smoking, it's art metal class. to serve the community. MR. DONAVON G. KRUEGER 1 B.S., M.S. Mr. Krueger comes from Meno- monie, Wisconsin. An electricity teacher, his pleasures include fish- ing and hunting. MR. GORDON j. MARTINY B.S., M.A. Mr. Martiny belongs to Y's Men and spends his spare time stamp collecting, square dancing, hunting, and fishing! He also likes archery. MR. IOHN PARTENIO B.S. Golf is the favorite sport of Mr. Partenio. He teaches cabinet making and mechanical drawing at M.H.S. His home town is Flint, Michigan. MR. WAYNE j. STORMS B.S., M.A. Ball State Teachers College and the U. of M. is where Mr. Storms received his degrees. He is an instructor of distributive education and also teaches at Community College. iw, , MR. F. CHALKER Mr. Chalker has been with the faculty at Muskegon High a little over a year. He is the auto mechanics instructor at M.H.S. MR. ROBERT LEITCH B.S. Mr. Leitch comes from the northern t fSt. Cloud M' esota. He own o , mn is an instructor of machine shop at Muskegon High School. MR. REX B. SHEATHELM A.B. Mr, Sheathelm's home town is in Lansing, Michigan, and he is our teacher of printing at Muskegon High. He enjoys outdoor activities and sports. MR. RICHARD STATZ B.S., M.S. Mr. Statz hails from Fort Atkinson, W' 'n. H teache h' rsconsi e s mac me shop at M.H.S. Mr. Statz enjoys hunting and fishing. We welcome him to our faculty this year. School Only Holi Cl Doy? Yes, but Hord Work in the Afternoon Not only do students get training in their chosen vocation in school, but they also may enroll in the co- operative training program offered at M.H.S. In this program the coordinators secure jobs for all those en- rolled in the program. The students on co-op attend their required classes in the morning. In the after- noon, each student on the program goes to his job, where he puts into practice what he has learned. By doing this, the students profit by experience, which is the most valuable teacher. In addition, the students also earn a small salary for their work. "Ready, aim, fire! Oops, missed!" replies Bob Shy and Sam Wakefield. .W MR. RUSSELL KELLY B.S., M.A. An improvement to M. H. S. - eliminate study halls. This is the feeling of Mr. Kelly, whose hobby is the breeding and training of MRS. MARGARET ELLIOTT A.B., M.S. Our school librarian, Mrs. Elliott, seems to be as active in school as out of it, for she is interested in nature and all outdoors, writing, Saifed P0I1ieS- Q fr 'n and her cookery. ' U CllTlCl Twenty-two new faces were seen at M.H.S. this fall. They belong to the group of student teachers from Western University in Kalamazoo. These young men and women are participating in a program whereby they get practical experience while they are learning. In the morning they attend an education lab course conducted by Mr. Brail, supervisor. After their class they go to teach or observe a course in their particular field. MRS. LUCILLE DAVIS Assisting Mrs. Elliott in the library, Mrs. Davis performs various and sundry jo . Z i iz.. na- O-! XIAJ-'44' MRS. MILDRED COWAN R.N., B.S. in P.H.N. Mrs. Cowan comes from Muskegon and serves M.l-l.5. as the school nurse. . - .,,fL,.,,pUl!QML... :rect to You Practice teaching is not only valuable experience to the student teachers, but it is also a fifteen hour credit course. They may choose when they will do their practice teaching, whether in the first or second semester of their senior year. We at Muskegon High are happy to have a part in helping these aspiring teachers toward their goal. FRONT ROW: Roland Wikman, Barbara Chapman, Mary Kopas, Marilynn Metry, Elaine Parker, lrls Rosbeck, Paul Powers. SECOND ROW: julie Kendall, Linda Openhuizen, julie Miekel, Nancy McCandless, Phyllis Boccia, Audrey Neidlinger, Mary Vast- Binder. THIRD ROW: Abbott Sayre, Richard Cripe, Wilson Blair, Keith Longberg, Fred Bruhn, Theodore Vander Ploeg, Gordon Smith. Mr. Frederick Brail, director of student teaching. vi N- -. 1. A , F ' E. Cur Activities The varied activities of the school require a great deal of time both from the students as well as the advisors, coaches, and teachers. How often have the musical organizations rehearsed extra hours to perfect their music for some concert, how often have the athletic teams spent hours practicing for their contests, the same can be said for each and every organization- debate squads, the publication staffs, the service groups, the cultural clubs - all must devote that precious commodity - Time - to fulfill their objectives. 'A 1 2 wa. ' X W FRONT ROW, R. to L.: Carol Ferguson, Virginia Doctor, Lee Cory, Lisabeth Cayan, Lynne Grandjean, Marian Greenberg, Donna Hoekenga. SECOND ROW: Ieanne VanderWeg, Vice-Presidentg Linda Anderson, Secretaryg Rosalynne Meyer, loan Hartman, joni Mattfolk, Ruth Helstrom, janice Werner, Linda Reimer. THIRD ROW: Bob lensen, jacque Gereaux, Don Schneider, Ernest Kuehneman, Dennis Twining, Ron Sjiter. FOURTH ROW: Tracy New- kirk, Ted Bensinger, Ken Van Andel, Charles Mattson, lack Beukema, Dick Danhof, Presidentp john Holcomb. High Scholarship is Aiioined y Honor Slucienls A high scholarship rating, a good character, the ceremonies in October and in April. They also gave ability to lead others, and a desire to serve others are a dance after a basketball game. the qualifications for membership in the National Honor Society. Meetings were held every second Monday of the month in Room 109. Mrs. O'Connor is sponsor of the This year the society put on two induction group. Proud inductees look attentively at Mrs. Wingler as she speaks to them about success. SEATED from left to right are: lanice Werner, Dennis Twining, Ernest Kuehman, john Holcomb, Carol Ferguson, lack Beukema, Virginia Doctor, Lynn Grandjean, Robert H. Jensen, Gary Lee Price, and Ken Van Andel. FRONT ROW R fo L Marian Greenberg Vice President Llnda Anderson Secretary SECOND ROW Mlke Meyers President john Holcomb Dan Nichol THIRD ROW Mr Van Camp Mrs Terry Mr Pollng Mr Klrn Advisors Absent from picture Gary Prlce Treasurer Tracy Newknrk Parllamentarlan Thespians Choose Fantasy for Play Day "Maker of Dreams" was presented by the National Thespian Troupe in the Play Day Festival last fall. Five high schools participated and three gave plays. Dan Nickell was the student director. After acquiring one hundred honor points in speech activities a person is eligible to become a Thespian. To establish and promote standards of excellence in all phases of the speech arts and to create an active and intelligent interest in them is the goal of the Thespians. Thespians advisor is Mrs. Ruth Terry. john Holcomb as the maker of dreams tries to advise Mike Meyer and Linda Anderson as to the value of true love. 49 .--1 'Yann-f --, FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Kathleen Schaefer, Shirley Cook, Carol Burmeister, Sue Luas, Sharon Burr, Shirley Smith, Karen Andreason, Beverly White, Georgia Wilson, judy Thies, Darlene Stidham, Beth Baker, Phyllis Corpe. SECOND ROW: Shirley Wichter, Sally Haara, Hamo Pzana, Patricia Way, Carol Barron, Theresa Schineldicker, janet Nyrile, Robert Hibbsg Parliamenfarian, janice Clover, Lillie Lang, Wanda Noggle, Darlene Browng Secretary, janice Hammond, Connie Byers, Lucille Davis. THIRD ROW: janet Cook, Helen Shepherd, Lois Archer, Lola McClain, Vice President, Nancy Schrierp President, janet Tobin: Historian, Ruth Wierengo, Luanne Voss, Carol Townsend, Charlene jaeger, Phyllis Slicker, Marlene Mochmerg Treasurer, joyce Smith, Alumni Secretary, Gorgia Stafford. Assistance ls Provided in the Librory "Can you help me find this book?" is the plea often heard in the library, and a Library Club member comes to the rescue. Besides assisting in the library, members promote an interest in books and the library profession, provide social fellowship for those with the same interests, and explore their interests and abilities in relation to library work. Under the guidance of Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Davis, an Initiation Party, a Cup-cake sale, a project for Radio Free Europe, Book Week, a TAB book sale, and SLAAM were carried out. In addition the groups published an alumni bulletin sent to 125 former members. All library class members and former members are eligible to attend meetings called on alternating Thursdays. beta- NS. 4.1 -If va sas FRONT ROW: Sharon Adams, Eunice House, joyce Caffery, janet Baun, jane Chancellor, june Crews, judy Chapel, Sally Dephouse, Sandra jensen, judy Decker, Darlene DeVries, Carol Gibner. SECOND ROW: Sally Anderson, janice Hentschel, Diane Erbes, Barbara Brandt, Elaine Holmgren, Mary Dykstra, joni Beck, Bonnie Barrett, Hollee Beadle, Presidentg johnna Fuller, Gail Daniels, Betty Dolsen, Edna Henry, Historian, Peggy Hollander. THIRD ROW: Ann Happeny, Genie Ambrose, Cherie Hall, Karen Beesing, Ruth Erickson, Flori Dykema, Vice President: Ann Goggin, Ann Finucan, joanne Farmer, Karen johnson, joyce Brezinski, judy Brown. FOURTH ROW: Pat Dewald, Sally Dalson, Corresponding Secretary: joyce Hulka, janet Deeder- ichsen, Pat Houck, Connie Bird, Beverly X. Brown, Barb Hondorp, Barb Heneveld, Carolyn Dykstra, Bev Gage, Donna Deenham, judy Bell. FIFTH ROW: .lljancye Farran, Sandra Flood, jane Crews, judy Hovey, Cherri Collinge, Lee Gerard, jon Hradsky, Dick Beegle, Lee Cilla, Tom Hammond, Roy Burck, om owan. Keep Fighting Big Reds "You can do it," yelled the Muskie Boosters, the Remember the excursions, pom-poms, and the skits best supporters of the Big Reds. They are the ones who performed at the pep assemblies? This was just part of boosted MHS spirit and promoted better sportsmanship the busy life of a Muskie Booster. Their advisor is between schools. Mr. Wingler. FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Linda Fuller, Linda Quick, Sharon Drickett, jane Zachariason, Karin Swanson, judy Kieft, Pat Swain, Marty Lewis, judie Paxon, Penny Robertson, Student Council Representative: Karen Reed, Barb Lindenbaum, jean Hare. SECOND ROW: Pam Lindberg, Nancy Long, Sand? Lillmar, Brenda Thunfors, Sandy Wierengo, Sandy Mattila, Shirley Vledder, Darleen Steele, Carol Ann Wilson, Terry Redmond, Karen Stulp, Karen McConnel, Mary Lindenbaum, Parliamentarlang Sanford Miller. THIRD ROW: Sharon Rauschenberger, jody Pohl, Sherry Nelson, judy Leckrone, Lenetta Muehlhausen, Linda Thunfors, Leischen Movey, jane Ellen Stevens, Sue Zachariason, Marg Stribley, Beverly Springer, Suzanne Smith, Linda Woller, Mary Schumacher, Marcia Timmer, Karen Vedders, jane Rasey. FOURTH ROW: Carol Hutchins, Linda Rothoff, Linda Sabin, judy Bloodgood, Carol LeTarte, Mary Mixer, Recording Secretary: Elise Schanzlin, joan Mattfolk, Pat Milas, Claudette Kirksey, Cherie Vander5ys, Ruth Scott, Donna Hare, joan Nelson, joan Slater, Wendy Houghton, Roberta DeMuro, Candy Wierengo. FIFTH ROW: Karen TerBeek, Lynn Tischler, Sue Senf, Lorrie Leutscher, Priscilla Phillips, Mary Wibalda, Nancy Legatz, Karen Pattenger, Mary Ortquist, Sally Tousey, Helen Shepard, Marilyn Vedders, Sharon Schutter, Bonnie Wolffis, Carol Wagner, Renie Woods, Kay Zimmerman, Carol Rayner, jan Mell. SIXTH ROW: Barb Nauta, Paula Movey, jeannie Hines, Merrie Lee Knapp, Teddy Schmidt, Barb Taulbee, Carmen Wiard, Thelma Larson, Sandy Lathrop, Nancy Radel, Mike Meyer, Dick Rolfe, john Mizerek, Gordon Luhman, Craig Rose, Raymond Nelson. -,fM,r- . f t' SEAM-v .?-Q Q H Y m ni. fl s s S n FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Trudy Twiest, joanne Schwass, Merry Archer, lanelle Schulz, Secretary, Sharon Berg, President and Vice Presidentg Michaela Grantsynn, Treasurer: Carolyn Erickson. SECOND ROW: W. Trautman, Advisorg Margo Browne, Historian, Nan Weatter, Karen Stromsta, Ruthann Holman, Barbara Bugle, Georgia Ramos, Bev Payne, Herbert Brahman, Mr. Skipper, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Mike Crosby, Brian Plumhotf, lim Howard, David Thies, Dan Long, George Thompson Larry Filius, Glenn Shira, Alan Davis. Yeorning lor The Gulcloors? Do you like the smell of the out-of-doors, the color the school farm, a dance to raise funds, and the most of green trees, and have a desire to preserve them? - . . . . t f ll t. M . W. t L. Well, then you have an interest in the Conservation excl mg 0 a ' a Campou r Tran man and Club. Some of their activities include a work bee at Skipper are the advisors for this ambitious group. - Hxsge s W-X -',.,X N. ' ,Q:sxx'YA.e iv ff ,'.' i ' 0. A re "ss 4 aSZh,+gKxx 1- 'gws 4 s .r 1 ig 5 "m it Q lv Bill Erickson, Sharon Berg and Mike Crosby prepare a diorama for display as part of their project in conservation club. 52 Newkirk, Presidentf' ' if V ' Y ' ' Student Council Supervises the M. H. . Homecoming A pep rally, the Coronation of the King and Queen, and the sale of mums were all supervised by the Student Council for Homecoming. In addition, council members participated in the Safe-teen club and convention to promote careful driving and find solutions to driving problems. They also handled a clean-up campaign sparked by a clean-up assembly. To raise 351300 for two foreign exchange students sponsored by the American Field Service for M.A.P., businesses and industries were contacted and a door to door canvas was made. They also supervised the used book store. Student Council has three main purposes: the first is to provide a student governing body, to promote good relations between faculty and students, and, the third is to improve school conditions during the year. Student Council met every Thursday at 3:15 with advisor, Mr. Kenneth Rolfe, and President, Tracy Newkirk. FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Linda Quick, Carol Gibner, joan Nelson, Karen Stulp, Pauline Chonis, Sally Anderson, Sally Wickerink, janice Hulka. SECOND ROW: Karen Beesing, Roxie Pierce, Gwen Hoffman, janet Diederichsen, Florence Dykema, Barb Heneveld, Lynn Kordish, judy Decker, Terry Redmond. THIRD ROW: Bob Hughes, Penny Robertson, Sharon Rauschenberger, judy Pohl, Sue Olsen, joan Stasunas, Linda Handy, Pamela Breuninger, Martha Dinger. FOURTH 'Ig0W:h'l?hog1as R. Franklyn, Gary Twining, jerry Sorensen, Tom P. Maastricht, Dick Danhof, R. james Newell, Lynn Olsen, Russ Wright, Craig Rose, john utuc ie . ar iamentarian. Symphonic Bond MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND The 1958- 59 Marching Band numbered 139 members, 126 of which had regular positions in the band, with 13 members serving as alternates. For the second year in a row, the band did its pre-season drilling at the Smith-Wallbridge Camp in Syracuse, Indiana. This year camp was under the direction of Mr. Fred Roys and Mr. Donald Roelofs. Chaperones for the week's work of intensive drill and rehearsal were again drawn from the ranks of parents who volunteered their time for this service. The band, like the orchestra was heavily hit by graduation and many important positions had to be filled. Lack of finance prevented any outside or out-of-town game appear- ances - but the band appeared regularly with new and different half-time presentations at all home games. The band also appeared at all pep-assemblies and in addition provided community service to both the Fire Prevention Parade and the Veterans Day Parade. In addition to these typically out-door types of programs the band presented two concerts at the MEA Convention in November and another concert for a "Youth for Christ" Rally. MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT BAND The Concert Band was made up of the overliow of players who were unable to be utilized in the Symphonic Band. This group of players, many of whom were marching band members performed for school basketball pep assemblies and for basketball games. It is hoped that in time the Concert Band will become an integral part of the school life. In many ways it will become a parallel of the U. of Michigan Wolverine or Activity Band or the MSU Spartan Activity band. Because demands of a concert nature are not as great on this group, they will have the time to play for school activities, thus freeing the Sym- phonic Band for concentration on a more specific concert type of program. However, Concert Band will perform along with the Symphony Band in both its Midwinter and Spring Concerts. Membership in the Symphonic Band is always open to Concert players by audition. MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL SYMPHONIC BAND At the close of the 1958 football season, the Marching Band became a thing of the past and through the medium of auditions and tryouts two bands emerged from the total membership. To begin with, some 92 players forming a well balanced musical group were chosen for membership in the Symphonic Band. This group had an unusually heavy schedule of important events, the first of which was a concert in Hill Auditorium where the band appeared with the U. of M. Symphony Band the Western Michigan University Band. There the Muskegon H. S. Sym- phonic Band performed for the band directors of Michigan and surrounding states. The band, upon completion of this important function then prepared its February Mid-Winter Concert and participated in both District and State Competitive Festivals. In the spring, the usual lighter Pop Concert was presented. Dan Anderson Boyd Baughman Ted Bensinger Tom Bensinger Bob Berghuis jack Beukema Dale Bjorkland Marcella Bouwman Wayne Brillhart janie Cartwright Arthur Clarke Sandra Collier Gary Counselor judy Countiss Dick Danhof Neil De Boer Roberta DeMuro Dennis Emmons Dennis Gassman Wm. Faulbee Don Fry David George Pat Glennie Kay Glidden Tom Groeneveld Bill Gustafson Carol Hagen BAND PERSONNEL jack Hasper Dave Hilliard judy Hoffman Dayle Hollar Dick Hollenbeck Larry Houseman Gail leiler Carol jensen janet jensen Dick johnson Charles jury Dick Klemp Barbara Klomp Harry Knight Ken Kooiman Curt Larson Bill Lucyk Brauen Lynch Mary Mattison janet Meyers janice Miller Bruce Nelson Gloria Nelson lohn Nelson Tracy Newkirk Dan Nickell Lynn Olson Mary Ortquist Shirley Page loy Oslund lohn Palmer Garold Paxson Carolee Pengilly Catherine Pengilly Darlene Percell Randy Peters Sharon Peters Gerald Piatt Eloise Pickel Ellen Plant Laurel Potts Hugh Rea Carol Richards janet Hylen Sharon Repta Barckley Roach Craig Rose Monte Rogers john Schlueter Rebecca Schwann Sally Shannon Alicia Sheldon Duane Smeltekop Gary Smeltekop Dick Smith Mike Smith Dave Sonnega Ray Squires Ken Stack Ron Street Susan Street Barbara Taulbee Sandy Taulbee Virginia Thelin Alla-n Thompson Sally Tousey Marilyn Treutler Gertrude Twiest Ken Van Andel judy Vander Veen Pat Van Regenmorter Michael Wade Larry Veihl Darrel Walters Douglas Walvoord Carmen Wiard Tom Wikman Alfred Williams jann Woirol Russ Wright yay fa' V! ,JW fff ff' "fe t 'JW fi? , , , S A s K as M. H. S. Concert Orchestra The Muskegon High School Concert Orchestra, as always, carried on its usual program of school and community service, in spite of the fact the entire first violin secton was lost by the june, 1958, graduaton. Returning members for orchestra was at a low ebb last fall. In spite of the weakened section, the group presented twelve Kiwanis Concerts, played at the Thanksgiving Assembly, gave an Orchestra Concert, and performed at the Honors Assembly. It also joined in presenting the Variety Show. With the fine spirit of the group, they also continued their record in the Michigan Competitive Festivals. CONCERT ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL joe Barrientos Barbara Benham Bob Berghuis Marcella Bouwman David Brink Carl Burgess Gordon Carlisle Sandra Collier Cherri Collinge Gary Counselor judy Countiss Dick Danhof Roberta De Muro Dick Doddington Lanny Englund Brenda Erickson Marcelyn Essenburg Dennis Gassman Pat Glennie Kay Glidden Roger Gudelsky Bill Gustafson Bonnie Hazelmyer Marilyn Horsley janet jensen joanne johnson Shirley jonio Charles jury Harry Knight Ruth Koomen Robert Lanting jackie Larsen 56 Brauen Lynch Tom Maastricht Marva Mc Roberts janet Myers Lynn Olson loy Oslund Lynne Parr Garold Paxson Robert Pendleton Darlene Percell Gerald Piatt Sharon Rauschenberger Carol Richards lames Ross Rollo Royle Marlene Rumohr Rebecca Schwann Suzanne Scott Sally Shannon Duane Smeltekop Gary Smeltekop Marcia Smith Cynthia Spurgat Ken Stack Karin Swanson Patsy Van Regenmorter Michael Wade Nadine Whitney Tom Wikman Billie Williams Cheryl Williamson Sharon Witmer Pro-Musica embarked on sweeping changes in its organization this year, and is now made up of repre- sentatives of the two bands and the concert orchestra. Each of these organizations elected two representatives to the Pro-Musica Council, which organized itself within its own membership. 57 f -- - t J -- -s mess-were-i FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Sandy Kennedy, Linda Quick, Rachel Stone, Barb Bruining, Sondra Annis, Yvonne jordan, Elaine Humenick, Carol Batchelder, judy Gillard, Louise Guss, judy Leafers, Bonnie Sabin, Suzanne Church, Linda Lundwall, Sandra jandt. SECOND ROW: Eileen Strong, Karen Ladd, Sally Wickerink, Carol Glafcke, Linda Rothoff, john Holcomb, Dick Rolfe, Ken Witham, john L. La Core, Don Basham, Charles Steurwald, Dick Uitto, jerry johnson, Durelle Lindgren, Anita Hilliard, Penny Robertson. Marie Erxleben, Linda Bouman, Cheryl Williamson. THIRD ROW: Karen Reimer, Karen Meiner, Ruth Alexander, Wanda Dodge, Virginia Doctor, joan Van Dyke, Betty jo Fields, Dave Hathaway, jim Borgeson, Sakicki Takahashi, Don White, jim Meyer, Nancy McFarland, Wendy Houghton, Ruth Scott, Ceola Harris, Edna Henry, Roxie Pierce, Lynn Kordish, Hannah Krough. FOURTH ROW: Mary Nyuli, Elaine Coates, Loretta Lawerence, Doug Springstead, Bill Risk, Barckley Roach, Syl Kazmierski, Larry Domont, Roy Beagle, jerry Veldman, Bill Arnson, jim jesperson, Henry Kuipers, Denny Kolbe, Ken johnston, Tom Maring, Bob Knevitt, Elsa Hansen, judy Dewald, Sally Dephouse, Nancy Herlein, jan Caswell, Bonnie Beck, Mary Sample. A cappella Choir A large choir of mixed voices, the M.H.S. A Cap- pella Choir has been rated first among the best in the state. A few of their many performances included Christmas programs, concerts, District and State Festi- vals, and Baccalaureate. A club, as Well as a choir, A Cappella has elected olfrcers forming a "Choir Cabi- Girl's Choir Fifty-three girl singers this year performed for the Thanksgiving Assembly, gave a Christmas Concert, participated in the Choir and Glee Club Festival, and at many other programs. Rapidly becoming a more select group, member- net". ship is taken from audition or past experience. -QW! FRONT ROW, Left to Right: joyce Bryant, Mary Mead, Betty Dolson, Karen Gleason, Linda Fisher, jenean Stenson, Betty GUSS, Carol Bush, Sandy Baals, Sandy Wierengo, jane Miller, Hollee Beadle, Charelyn Anderson, Betty Bailey. SECOND ROW: Pat Mijas, jane Chancellor, Arloa Tazelaar, Gloria De- Long, jqhnna Fuller, Carolyn Smith, Lola McLaine, judy Church, Sandra johnson, Charlotte johnson, Linda Rubrnsky, Mary C0mPf0n, CQYOIYII Sparks, Ann Wlemga, Shirley Hughes. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Horsley, jean De Young, Nancy Sutton, Nancy Cutler, Marva Mulder, Lois. Groothuls, Cl1rIS K0tlewSkl,.Karen Rednee, Marcia Timmer, Sherry Nelson, Pam Scott, Carol Messenger, Pat Morrison, Beverly VanderVelde, Karen Mezynskr, Marllynn Vlsscher, Ann Grllard, Diane Conyad. 58 mm a Fl ff ,,,'i 'W en 45 f'wf"i 'WHT f- ,s FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Christine Carlson, Marzieh Schott, Ruth Meyers, Pat Lyon, Barb Brandt, Carol Wilson, Sandra German, Pat Bectol, Dorothy Goetchins, Shirley Halverson, Diane Pastori, Gail Dowdy, Sandra McKinney, Sheryl Kronlein, Carmen Chacz, Romona Mota. SECOND ROW: Alvera Atkinson, janet Haga, Elsa jandt, janet Diederichsen, Kristine Kolberg, Carolyn Wardell, Shirley Arnson, Betty Richardson, Ron Carlson, Willard Hawkins, Tom Berg, Bob Longnecker, jackie Stewart, Karen Anderson, Carolyn Usmial, Audrey Weinert, DeLaine Gelderloos, Patsy Thomas. THIRD ROW: judy Taylor, janet Baun, jeanine Davis, Sandy janes, Barb Ryetield, Carol Henry, Marilyn Rice, Ted Afendoulis, Phil McKay, jim Decker, john Stolcenburg, Don Lewis, Peg Saunders, Mary jo Steiner, Ruth Wierenga, judy White, Mary jo Wierema, joni GoIdsmith.FOURTH ROW: Rosemary Robertson, Sue Hempstead, Martha Gray, Sandy janes, Pam Breuninger, jacquelyn Brouhard, Gerald Tromp, Harry Carmer, Ed Schultz, Richard Bont, Dave Melson, jim Gibner, Herbert Collins, Richard Starks, Con Demos, Ruth Derks, judy Collack, Carol Coston, Pat Poole. Senior High Chorus Membership in the mixed chorus is open to all students with no previous choral experience. A desire to sing good music and develop one's voice are the only qualifications. This year the chorus performed for the Annual Choir Parents' Night, gave a Christmas Concert, went Christmas caroling, and presented a spring program. Mogrlgollcms Madrigalians was formed to provide experience for advanced singers in a small group. Although it is supposed to consist of sixteen chosen juniors, this year there were twenty-seven members. The group per- formed for many functions including the Teachers, Club, several church and civic groups, the District Solo and Ensemble Festival, and gave two operas, Spring and Christmas Concerts. FRONT ROW, Left to Right Carol Hagen, pianist: Brenda White, Lila White, secretary, Diane Erbes, Historian, Sharon Pettersson, Marilyn Booker, janet Borgeson, Cherie Hall. SECOND ROW: janice Hulka, Priscilla Hansen, KarenWiersma, Kathy DeVries, Pauline Chonis, treasure, Nan Weatter, jane Rasey, Karen Stromsta. THIRD ROW: john Kutuchief, Vice-presidentg Don Fry, Larry Sarlson, Tom Hammond, Presidentg Walter Wijnbely, Gary Shedd, Kick Fisher, Bill DeYoung. t t. , Www. .- FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Sue Ward, Eloise Pickel, President, Mary Mixer, Linda Quick, Marty Lewis Carol Hagen, Pauline Chonis, Karen Stulp, Hollee Beadle Treasurer, lanice Wiersma, Parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: Genie Ambrose, Merri Lee Knapp, Corresponding Secretaryg loan Russell, ludy Decker, Barb South, Sally Tousey, Suzanne Church, Ellen Plant, judie Paxson, Penny Robertson, Mrs. Coutchie, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Linda Lundwall, Caroline Peterman, Recording Secretary, Durelle Lindgren, Marilyn Reinertson, Marlyce Fredericks, Nancy Nolen, jill Wilson, Darlene DeVries, Flori Dykema, Roxie Pierce, Hannah Krogh, Sally Dalson. FOURTH ROW: Candy Wierengo, Sally Dephouse, Barb DeHorn, Mary Hellman, Bev Wessel, Mary Ortquist, Diane Witt, Historian, Wendy Dumont, Roberta DeMuro. Catmenta Literary Society is their name, and they've given their all to help us win fame! This jingle may be silly, but it is one of the truest things ever spoken. just adjust your spectacles and look at what they've done. They sponsor AFS, our Foreign Exchange Student System, a very worthwhile job, as we all know. They assisted with the moving of the Muskegon County Museum to its new quarters and they spread good will to poor and needy families by contributions at Christmas and Thanksgiving. Ad-AL., Pj! fx s..5'pi.V,kil-"4,,3gp-,f,., . - 'f'f'1f,,9'."':9. J xxx M "They ore the Schools Servo nts!" Don't get the idea that they are all work and no play though, for they sponsored the Cotton Ball, one of Muskegonls biggest social events of the year, and the annual banquet with Senate Fine Arts Society. SZ I I av QT 60 X 'S FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Sandra lensen, loanne Larrow, ludy Bell, Barb Cross, Lynne Grandjean, jo Scott, joni Beck, judy Hanson, Corinne Nelson, Marcia Warren, SECOND ROW: Susan Smith, Christine Nelson, Historian, Sally Shannon, Peg Wainwright, President, Lila White, janice Davis, Marthann Miller, Carol Hartman, Virginia Ferrell, Sandra Taulbee, Terry Redmond, Vice President. THIRD ROW: Barb Taulbee, jane Rasey, Carol Rayner, joy Timmick, Mary Wibalda, Terry Collinge, Secretary, Gloria Nelson, Kay Glidden, Teddy Schmidt, Treasurer, Pam Lindberg, Pat Darrow, Carol LeTarte, Sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Andrews. FOURTH ROW, Carol lensen,.Sergeant-at-arms, Mary Sample, Marjorie Bayne, Sandy Simpson, Cherri Collinge, Betty jo Fields, Judie Baker, Karen Feilstra, Lenetta Muehlhausen, Karen Ritter, Sharon Peters, Barb Heneveld. Chinese Orphan is This year final arrangements were made and Senate Fine Arts Society adopted and supported a Chinese girl. To finance this project, they gave a dance, sold baked-goods and cupcakes. Every second and fourth Tuesday, forty-nine Sen- ators met with their advisor, Mrs. Andrews, and Peggy Wainwright, President, to discuss business and 1 FZFWEYEI Adopted by Senate make arrangements for monthly evening cultural meetings. To encourage an interest in cultural activities, the girls attended theater plays and music programs. All junior and senior girls wishing a better understanding of the fine arts and wishing to become better ac- quainted with their fellow Senators are eligible to join. Lennetta Muehlhousen and Carol Le Tarte check the files for names to make up a list of committees for their Spring banquet. l FRONT ROW, Right to Left, Pat Henricks, Vice Presidentg Donna Hoekenga, Lorrie Leutscher, Carol Hagen, Marilyn Booker, Historian, Ellen Spoelman. SECOND ROW, Mary jo Steiner, Linda Andersen, Secretaryg Kay Glidden, Sue Senf, Sharon Adams, Cynthia Spurgat. THIRD ROW, Ken Hunter, Ann Goggin, Sharon Repta, Loren Klevering, Treasurerg john F. Kirn, Advisorg joy Timmick, lan Caswell, Presidentp Alan Perysian, Parliamentarian. I Move the Previous Question! Sponsoring a Parliamentary Procedure Clinic was This active group packed a Thanksgiving basket, the main project of SPEECH GUILD this year. It was gave a cupcake sale, and offered their services to Mus- designed to help MHS clubs conduct relatively easy kegon PTA'S for panel discussions. Anyone may join business meetings. Every club was given the invitation if he can give a good 5 - 5 minute speech on any to send delegates, and anyone interested could attend. subject. aa-w.L,.,,. ., r .. FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Linda Anderson, Marian Greenberg, Sharon Repta, Mary Wibalda, joy Timmick, Marilyn Booker, Carol Hagen. SECOND ROW Douglas Walvoord, Donald Williams, Mike Meyer, Tracy Newkirk, Bruce Buteyn, Gary Price, Ken Hunter, 10710 KIYHY ln5l'fUCf0l'- 62 FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Barb Cross, Nancy Payne, Pauline Chonis, Marilyn Booker, Lis Cayan, Lorrie Leutscher, Elaine Humenick, lanice Hulka, Terry Redmond, Pat Henricks. SECOND ROW: Karen Meiner, Ruth Alexander, Sally Wickerink, Nancy Nolen, lane Ellen Stevens, Pat Milas, Andrea Bovich, Roma Ziarnko. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Terry, Advisor, Priscilla Hansen, Lana Broutman, Reva Hlodan, Historian, Mary Wibalda, Karen Wiersma, Roxie Pierce, Wanda Dodge, Karen Beesing, lo Ann De Vries. FOURTH ROW: Bob Hughes, lohn LaCore, Dennis Robbins, Carol lensen, Sandy Collier, joan Slater, Sally Dalson, Carol Gibner, lan Roberts, Candy Wierengo, Secretaryg Marian Greenberg, Vice-President, FIFTH ROW: Sam Ward, Sergeant-at-Armsg jill Wilson, Sergeant-at- Arms, Dennis Gassman, Mike Swenson, Dick Rolfe, Mike Meyer, Gordy Luhman, Doug Meinhardi, Dan Nickell, Parliamentariang Kathie De Vries, john Holcomb, President. Curtoin! Lights! Action! A longing for the theater is what Masque members acquire. In Masque one develops an appreciation of drama and better understand- ing of dramatic literature. To join requires presenting a three and one-half minute dra- matic reading. Of course, it must show the real actor in you. Masque presents the three- act play in the fall and the three one-acts in the spring. The major production this year was: "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". The Presi- dent of Masque this year was john Holcomb and their advisor was Mrs. Terry. 63 : x . . ,., l P : ms- xr. 5 sf . 5 Si., N 1 is 5 Ytocf mf Xu fr-of 'P ' P W S 1 FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Brenda Thunfors, Pam Lindberg, Pat Darrow, Elaine Humanick, R. Douglas Mc Crea, loyce E. Hulka, ludy Bell, jill Wilson, Priscilla Hansen. SECOND ROW: Carol Hill, Kathie Torrans, Linda Thunfors, Pamela Breuninger, judy Hanson, Elise Schanzlin, Carol Gaultney, Martha Dinger, Marian Greenberg, Vice President. THIRD ROW: Sally Anderson, Judy Scheidegger, Sandra Longworth, Nancy Arms, Barb Heneveld, lane Rasey, Parliamentarian, Sheila Smith, Denise Walker. FOURTH ROW: Bonn Finucan, Lydia Scholle, Karen Fielstra, Secretary, Cherri Collinge, janyce Morrison, Marilyn Visscher. Barringer, Virginia Thelin, loan Tourcotte, Sergeant-ah i Adams, lan Roberts, Linda Anderson, President, Ann "Comment Allez Vous?" This interrogative French sentence is as common to French Club members as it is to the French them- selves. Literally it means "How go you?" or in other words, "How are you." projects, such as American Field Service's campaign. They have had several evening parties as well as after school meetings in which they sang, Watched movies and slides, played games, participated in skits, and u . . corresponded with French teenagers. This year French Club was split into a Monday and Tuesday group, because of its Size. They purchased material for French classes to use, such as audio visual material, maps, and records in their endeavor to stimulate interest in the French language. They gave a dance after a basketball game, sent money to CARE, and contributed to many school FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Jayne Miller, janyce Hulka, Eilene Strong, Barb Oliphant, Marthann Miller, Lynne Grandjean, Donna Hoekenga, janice Dykema, Ellen Plant. SECOND ROW: Candy Wierengo, Wendy Houghton, Sue Olsen, Nan Weatter, Mary Mixer, Virginia Ferrell, Treasurer, Audrey Weinert, Paulette Dropper, Maureen Meisch. THIRD ROW: Sue Smith, Mary Buckley, Darlene Goosen, Marilyn Reinertson, Diane Witt, Vice President, Caroline Peterman, Mary Rork, ludy Hovey, Marilyn Treutler. FOURTH ROW: john Kutuchief, Florence Tool, Advisor: Reva Hlodan, Robert De Muro, Secretary: Barb Hartsema, President, jeannie Heins, judy Church, Sandy Simpson, Mary Mattison, Sandra Little, judy Dewald, Sergeant-at-Arms. FIFTH ROW: Dave Sonnega, Dave Holdren, Lee Holstege, Warren Hammons, Mike Swenson, lim Weller, Doug Springstead, Sergeant-at-Arms, lim Meyers, Thomas Ober, Ted Atendoulis. f ra' ff A if ,553 ,. V 1,335 I x , et is al 1. sheitiss. xc 5 Q gs .xg Ii V, . il" L qlktafltvii ly-fi. in l FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Beverly Getz, ludy Peterman, Kathleen Whitney, Judy Pohl, loanne Link, Frances Morphew, ludy Bell, Secretaryg Cheryl Snow, SECOND ROW: Connie Bird, Anne Parr, Sandra Bogert, Carol Glafke, Sandra Tennant, Presidentg judy Chapel, joan Vander Leest, Sandy Colburn. THIRD ROW: Bill Simonton, lane Northrop, judy Ross, Mary Bogert, Nedra Cooper, Bill Harper, Doris Brown, Beverly Gage, Treasurer, Miss Helvie, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Dick Hollenbeck, Larry England, Bob Lanting, Sergeant-at-Arms, Dave Welch, Roy Beagle, Don Goosen, Tom Maastricht. Spain and Latin America Hove Mcmy Friends in the U. S. lf you are enrolled in a Spanish class or have studied it for one year, you are entitled to belong to Spanish Club. Its purpose is to familiarize its members land non-membersj with Spanish customs, literature, and art. The club was quite active this year. They sponsored a dance after a football game, and have had several parties. At their meetings they played games, watched movies and slides, and listened to guest speakers form various Latin American countries. Spanish club members look over the Spanish Christmas Card display. ga M' it I2 ,y 3, Q fl L 4 " 'g L ' 1 , ' 'I' ii 'C A wwf W - ' ,, ' 'T gg f 3-if 4.35252Wt,,fznlgcfflllllllllfl 'V .T S ' t - ff . f9,, , f .Q ' " If .. . f 2 yi 'Oi 4 4 ,W f , :-2 ,1 -. , , , , , Z ,, .- ill' --"f ff' ' fs Qi X X 1 f r?L.'fv,,:.' "4 ' ' ' . 1, ,, Q fg 341' " 4,42 ' ff, ' 2 I , r, t ' ' , 1 5 , gf V , ,NA Z N 'I FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Dayle Hollar, Flute, Cynthia Spurgat, Viola, joanne johnson, Violin, Kay Glidden, Co-director, Carol Marcil, Co-director, piano. SECOND ROW: Neil DeBoer, French horn, Bruce Nelson, Cornet, Wayne Brillhart, Cornet, Don Fry, Cornet, Dave House, Cornetg john Nelson, Cornet, Rollo Royle, Cello. THIRD ROW: Dennis Emmons, Clarinetg Dale Bjorklund, Bassoon, james H. Dewey, Bassg Mike Smith, Clarinet, Lynn Olson, Drums, john Palmer, French horn, Robert Pendleton, Violin. Chorus cmd Crchestro Entertclin Lcitin Students Although the junior and Classical League has lain dormant this year, the chorus and orchestra have con- tinued to function under the direction of Peg Hol- lander and co-directors, Kay Glidden and Carol Marcil, respectively. The groups entertained Latin students at a Christmas program. To create an interest in third and fourth year Latin, junior high students were invited to a May program. Miss Merritt, advisor, welcomes all second, third, and fourth year Latin students to the group. Each year all Latin students take a National Latin Examination. Through the years, Muskegon students have taken many top honors for their superior grades. FRONT ROW: Right to Left: Barbara Brandt, Carolyn Crawford, Andrea Bovich, Carol Ann Wilson, Mary Lindenbaum, Louise Guss, Donna Clawson, joan Humphreys, Christine Carlson. SECOND ROW: Linda Fisher, Marcia Timmer, Ann Herbert, Lorraine Norton, Carol Benham, johnna Fuller, Karen Anderson, Peggy Hollander, Directory Beverly Brown. THIRD ROW: joanne johnson, Kristine Kolberg, Sharon VanderKooi, Co-director, Karen Weirsma, Pianistg Cherie Hall, Nancy Hasper, Charlotte johnson, jacqueline Aardema, Sandra K. johnson, Karyl Beagle. FOURTH ROW: joyce Carter, Charles Steigenga, Thomas Franklyn, jerry Sorensen, Tom Carlson, Tom Maring, Dale Bjorklund, Charles Auburn, Don Fry, Barry Bess, Suzanne Church. FIFTH ROW: George Shand, john Palmer, Robert George Mowers, jimmy Gibner, jon Hradsky, janies A. Dewey, Dan Williams, Lynn Olson, Rollo Royle, Pianist. a C f Q A 5 "' aaa 5 77, N.. , . J-f if ,af.e . tfnggygl or 4 'QI it fo fr .145 --5 P71127 FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Gail Daniels, joni Beck, Anne Buttermore, Nellie Bozeman, Ianice Davis, joanne Larrow, Carol Hartman, Luann Voss, Iudi Dial. SECOND ROW: Yvonne jordan, Dianne Visscher, Beverly Wessel, Wendy Houghton, Nancy Nolen, Wanda Dodge, Sue Tilford, Sherry Nelson, Sue Helling, Elaine Holmgren. THIRD ROW: judy Hanson, Sandra Taulbee, Nancy Legatz, Sergeant-at-Arms, loan Mattfolk, Karen Ritter, Sandra Tennant, Gladys Crago, Lerlaine Beck, Betty Dolsen, Bonnie Sabin. FOURTH ROW: judy Leckrone, Dee Higginson, Mary Sample, Sandy Simpson, Marjorie Bayne, Ilene Oestman, Linda Thuntors, Diane Witt, Treasurerg Shirley Halverson. Y-Teens ore V "Top Teens" v Any girl at MHS, wishing to help develop for a needy family and clothed dolls for children less Christian character among all peoples, would certainly fortunate than themselves- be interested in Y'Teen5- In the way of fun, they gave a father-daughter banquet and later a huge slumber-flessj party at the This year the Teens packed a Thanksgiving basket NY". FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Donna Hoekenga, Barb Cross, Nancy Payne, Sue Zachariason, Durelle Lindgren, Mary Mixer, Anita Hilliard, Iudy Hoffman, Helen Shepherd. SECOND ROW: Virginia Ferrell, Lynne Grandiean, ludy Brown, Maureen Meisch, Linda Rothoff, Inez Roer, Gerre Lou Cameron, Caroline Peterman, Secretary, Marilyn Reinertson, Sharon Adams. THIRD ROW: Sandra Smith, judy Shriver, Leischen Movey, Sharon Boyle, Barb Hondorp, Barb Hartsema, President, Mary Hansen, Vice Presidentg Carol LeTarte, Sandrali St. Amour, Beverly Nelson, Mary Mattison, Marlyce Fredricks. FOURTH ROW: Christine Nelson, Peg Wainwright, Lenetta Muehlhausen, Charlene Knapp, Mary lohnson, lane Stevens, Mary Louise DeHorn, joyce Newmyer, Pat O'ConneIl, Mary Rork, Sandra Little. WY 67 FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Larry Marek, Sergeant-at-Armsg Harry Parmer, Chaplain, Tom Cowan, Parliamentariang john Dusenberry. SECOND ROW: Steve Bowyer, Marv VanderWaiI, lim Welch, Butch VanDonkelaar, Charles Murphy, Vice President. THIRD ROW: Ernest Kuehneman, Presidentg George Russcher, Advisorg R. Douglas McCrea, Lance Nelson. You will find that Hi-Y can say this and mean it! For their purpose is "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, the highest standards of Christian character? Their most important activities were helping to "Clean Speech, Sports, ond Scholarship" Boosts Hi-Y! support charities in Muskegon, such as Red Feather, Good Will, Cancer Drive and others, and helping needy families with Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets. Each year they faithfully sell refreshments at the football concession stands to earn money to finance their many humanitarian projects. Comero Club Contributes to Press Groups Every third hour Camera Club met to discuss, practice, and learn about better photography. All this is in preparation for their big project, taking photo- graphs at the Prom. Many pictures which appeared in the Keyhole and which are in the year book were also taken by Camera Club members FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Kathy Oestman, Darkroom chairmang Carol Smith, Barb Kout- nikg Arlene Perry, Karen Ritter, Sergeant-ab Arms: joyce Smith, Treasurerg judy Wilde. SECOND ROW: lim Bakker, Presidentj Ron Dahlquist, Secretaryg Terry Gibson, Vice Presi- dentg Bernie McKenzie, Supervisor of dark roomy Larry Cloud, Camera chairman, Larry Cherry, Victor Vantrepott. FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Karen Boes, Donna Strandberg, Cheryl Williamson, Barb Lindenbaum, Louise Guss, Betty Ann Keller, Donna Clawson, Pat Glennie Linda Lundwall. SECOND' ROW: Nadine Whitney, Karen Erb, janet Castle, Doris Ketchum, Carol Hill, Secretaryg joy Oslund, Yvonne jordon, Audrey Weinert Merry Archer. THIRD ROW: Carol Bollenbacher, Marilyn Vedders, Lee Cory, Virginia Doctor, judy Dewald, Diane Visscher, Sandra Lathrop, Anne Parr Fran Hamil. FOURTH ROW: D. W. Mooney, Sponsorg Lynne Parr, ludy Carlson, Vice President, Kathleen Whitney, Marilyn Westcomb, Carol Ferguson Shirley Cole, Marie Evans, Rosemary Gerhardt, Dawn Mathews, Barb Nauta. FIFTH ROW: lim Borgeson, President, Gerald Heethius, Ronald Vander Velde Dave Munson, Paul Hallman, lack Beukema, Larry Domont, Carl Burgess, Treasurer: Wayne Brillhart, Alan Cooper. YFC Teaches the Christian Way of Life This year under the name YOUTH FOR CHRIST, the members endeavored to do just that. Their activ- ities and projects were many and of great variety. They had two quiz teams that we can be proud of for they were city champions. They held rallies twice a month with other city clubs featuring the movie "Going Steady" and such well known artists as-the Palermo Brothers. 4 X Every Tuesday morning at 8:00, 150 MHS'ers '1 F f started the day out right by attending Bible Club and C ll growing in the knowledge of God. Their outside lyofm i activities included a hayride during Christmas vaca- 'g'T'9"Q tion, packing a Christmas basket, and they even multi- ' rw plied pennies to S5150 in order to earn money to help buy a movie projector for Greater Muskegon's Youth For Christ. Most of all, though, they did much to promote a better understanding of faith as they set examples of Christian character. 69 .,,-f- xvj FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Peggy Hollander, Student Life, Lisabeth Cayan, Student Life, loyce Hulka, Art-Advertising-Layout, ludy Pohl, Girls' Sports, jan Caswell, Classes, ludy Carlson, Advertising, Anita Hilliard, Organizations, Barb Hunt, Advertising. SECOND ROW: Gail Daniels, Seniors, Barb Kodish, Student Life, Inez Roer, Typist, Sally Tousey, Faculty-Administration, Elise Schanzlin, Faculty-Administration, ludy Hovey, Seniors, leanne VanderWeg, Editor-in- chief, Carole Mohr, Faculty-Administration, Sharon Rauschenberger, Undergrads. THIRD ROW: Sharon Peters, Organizations, janice Davis, Seniors, Darlene Goosen, Classes, Charles Mattson, Art-Layout, Mike Meyer, Advertising-Layout, lim Doubles, Boys' Sports, Barbara Hudson, Student Life, Betty Richardson, Undergrads, lan Roberts, Organizations. Sciicl oncl Done's Virol Job Fifteen years from now, when you glance back into the 1959 Said and Done, maybe you will realize how many memories can be packed into the pages of that book. You will see your many teachers, pictures of your classmates, and photos of dances and games you have attended. The Said and Done staff worked hard all year to make the book a successful diary of events and things to remember. With deadlines to meet they often went beyond the cll of duty to see that the pages were perfect with a minimum of errors. A lack' of funds was what the staff had to contend with but they worked extra hard and pulled through fine. In order to secure the funds they needed, they went out and found advertisements and gave their all when they sponsored a dance after a football game. N s l Inez Roer, lim Doubles, leanne Vander Weg, ,N iii, " Darlene Goosen, Gail Daniels, Mike Meyer, and ' Charles Mattson are busy getting your yearbook copy ready for the printer. ludy Hovey shares a laugh with Elise Schanzlin, Sharon Peters, and ludy Carlson. :iw ,wf , ,dx X ' The Keyhole-sponsored Variety Show proved a success. Here the cast applauds the special guest "Miss Michigan". Peek Through the Keyhole! Whom do you see? Terry Burnham and jim Bakker of course! Why? Because this is Campus Keyhole and they are editor and assistant editor, working hard to put out the next bi-monthly campus newspaper. In order to publish their fine paper, they must have sufficient funds, so three years ago they invented a way to secure these funds, in an annual variety show. This year it was the largest ever, with 30 acts and over 300 people. To become a member, you must have had one semester of journalism. FRONT ROW, L. to R.: loni Beck, joanne Larrow, Mary johnson, Mr. Harrison, Advisor, Sandra Lathrop, Geraldine Weber, Gail Daniels. STANDING, L. to R.: Terry Gibson, Dale Wright, Terry Burnham, Tim Lutrey, jim Graves, Denny Kolbe, Paul Springsdorf, Ron Dahlquist, lim Bakker. Interested In Becoming ci C. P. A? If you are at all interested in the occupation of accounting, you will no doubt be interested in this club, Future Accountants. They have tried hard to stimulate interest in accounting for a future occupation. The girls visited several organizations and businesses where they observed the activities and procedures. Each year they have an annual banquet. The advisor for this group is Mrs. Mayrose. Sandra Rinehart pins a membership corsage on janet Baun at the induction ceremony of Future Accountants. FRONT ROW, R. to L.: loyce Caffery, Historiang Patsy Swain, Donna Hare, jean Hare, Irene Basham, Sandra Flood, janet Baun, jane Chancellor, Pat Milas, Georgia Stafford, Carma Woldring. SECOND ROW: Norma Calkins, loyce Thies, Marsha Dahlstrom, Carol Smith, Charlotte Smith, Doris Ackerman, Sharon Cochran, lane Crews, lune Crews, Mrs. Brothers, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Madeleine Sydloski, joyce Aue, Virginia Veurink, Beverly Dunk, Lois Hill, Sandy Buckwald, Patricia Poole, Prscilla Phillips, joyce Brezinski, Sharon Holk, Pam Anderson, judith Luders, Edith Gronberg, Vice President. FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Smith, Mary Schumacher, jean Thunfors, Claudette Kirksey, Deanna Nugent, Marilyn Siewert, Treasurerg Sandra Rinehart, Presidentp Linda Reimer, Sue Fayton, jean DeYoung, Carol Henry, Barbara Ryefield. A A A 72 The Educotion of Your Future Children Is In Their Honds lanice Davis and Ann Buttermore talk over grading techniques with Miss Pihlstrom. An introduction to teaching experiences. 5 You probably haven't thought much about your future children's education, but these future teachers have. Their yearly activities are many and varied. They visited colleges, Muskegon Grade Schools, and observed teachers in action, so they could learn the proper techniques. This year F.T.A. invited teachers to their meetings to talk to them and answer any questions they might have. Anyone genuinely interested in the field of teach- ing may join. FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Sandra Mattila, Eileen Strong, Marthann Miller, Ann Buttermore, Treasurer, janice Davis, Secretaryg Lynne Grandjean, Cynthia Spurgat, Carolyn Keglovitz. SECOND ROW: Bev Gage, Mary Mattison, Donna Hoekenga, Presidentg Nancy Farran, Barb Nauta, Reporterg Sue Denton, loan VanderLeest. THIRD ROW: Darlene Goosen, Alice Chanberlain, Nancy Legatz, janice Dykema, Nancy Radel, Vice President, Ruth Helstrom, Historian, Nellie Bozeman, loanne La rrow. 73 if The highlight of all Future A' ' ' A 'f Nurses was a trip to the Upjohn fi J eff, Company in Kalamazoo. They ff f ' A ,, . also participated in a district it rally with other nurses. The purpose of the club is to counsel girls interested in nurs- ing and to stimulate an under- standing of nursing and the re- lated fields. f ,, 1f,2.3Zf?afsJ"ef2N f f we 's H s -X s.. , R "Membership is open to any- one interested in nursingl' states 5 f 22 s the President, Elise Schanzlin. Miss Mildred DeHorn is the advisor. Elise Schanzlin applies first aid to Iudy Hovey - a technique a future nurse must know. Future Nurses Take A Trip W 2 Z -Q- Y' -I 5' 1 3 ID I- m -1 va O : 'U 3' "5- G. W O 4 na '4 rrl C 5 fi ID I O C uv 0 ID 0 -1 UQ KD ua 5 -1- DI -+ 1 P -1 3 ua 'U as -1- 2. n X I 0 5 I. H I' vu W ID -e -e- 'Q If I 3 X 2. E' I' ll! 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A ,ttt - he ow' K -X h we ' - N ,QR N N is gf- E I- 5 We 4 at Q- x, N - use-, asses " . 5-Yi f x N - , we X at -ss N , N 'wwf '1 -' , Q is Q lg 51 ' ' X A it News ,,ts Asses "' C,- ,, , V A A in ze-:153 N ,Q Qqiy: 3 -If EQ , 5 'Q W4 'Xb ,1 rss? 2 I U g ,,,Sfffw .. N' , ss 5 ' m -v- j is -s, Q :1 . Q 3 - ifffggggskxww, N N It :U -- ,lgrs 1 . 9 T, ss w, 1 0 ,wxx X, QR , Q-sp gps 5 ua f 2 em , V -W.: N W .if -4 -.,s.s.s.sy, 5?-lmeesxixsssemtwsscsawe fsQ-,swessstwsswswswaccSVS! 1 FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Carol Henry, Mary Meade, Reporter, Sandra Flood, Mary Bell, Vice President, Lynda Mackenzie, Marie Evans, Songleader. SECOND ROW: Helen Spring, Billie Lou Williams, Secretary, Barbara Ann Ryefield, Treasurer, Patsy Whisenand, Marlene Turyn, Carol Evans, Historian, ihirLeyAEiole, President. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Gladys Collier, Advisor, Nancy Hoerle, Devotional Leader, Kathleen Krupa, Pat Grewe, Melody Anten, Miss Helen un , visor. Keep the Home Fires Burning How would you like to further yourself in the dietician, a nurse, a home economist, and a model. The aspects of homemaking? This year FHA had a speaker advisor for this group of girls preparing for the day each month to present different careers of home- when they will be homemakers was Mrs. Gladys making: such as a teacher of home economics, a Collier. lnductees receive roses as they recite their pledge in the Manual living-room. 75 Big Reels Report in Good Shope for Proclice 1 , , ' A IW4 FRONT ROW, Right to Lett: Lutrey, Doubles, Meier, Griesbach, Plumhott, Harris, Bayes, Robidoux, Schultz, Graves, Locke, R. SECOND ROW: Weaver, Witham, Lillmars, Ward, D. Fazakerly, Beaucamp, Casper, Ernvall, Ulbrich, johnson, lesperson. THIRD ROW: Nelson, Roberts, Plumhoff, Rhodea, Erickson, Kazmierski, Berghuis, Thompson, Duram, Campbell, Hellman, Klassen, Luhman. FOURTH ROW: Springstead, Crosby, Locke, Alberts, Dobb, Homan, Dephouse, Richard, Barrett, Becker, Poort, Gay, VanderWier. FIFTH ROW: Cota, Arnson, Edlund, Lobdell, Wright, Nichols, Grevel, Ward, A., Wakefield, Benedict, Harper, VanderMolen. SIXTH ROW: Petrongelli, Asst. Coach, Hartman, Coachg Hammond, Hamm, Our usually high ranking gridders took an un- called a real success because it showed the quality of expected fall as they turned in a 2 win 7 loss season the team which is traditional at MHSg our boys never which does not show the true capability of the fine quit fighting and the crowd never quit cheering. Our team Of Big Reds. fighting men in Red were also successful in bringing home the huge Bennie Oosterbaan trophy by capturing Even though the season was a losing one it can be the Southwest Conference title. Drive that sled Muskiesl -.5-' ,,-, ' -'--MKG? ', in-AXJ., lr VW A H . . -- -, ,i...- , 76 Athletes Form New M. H. S. Vorsity Club 'vhd . ,..,. . ff, N FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Cramer, Dick, Gill, Treasurerg Lutrey, Vice Presidentg Witham, Presidentg Doubles, Secretaryg lesperson, Schultz, Sandy, Saxe. SECOND ROW: Coach Olsen, Coach Potter, Luhman, Meier, Dell, Eyke, Bayes, Ward, Neibarger, Griesbach, Hamm, Hopma. THIRD ROW: Coach McShannock, Swift, Ernvall, Hathaway, Twining, Marecek, Erickson, Harris, Locke, Locke, Hartwell, Ward, Coach Petrongelli, Coach Hartman. FOURTH ROW: Graves, Plumhoff, Ulbrich, Schneider, Clapper, Robodoux, Becker, Hammond, Carter, Weaver, Nielson, Coach Hager. The new Varsity Club of MHS was started by a group of ambitious athletes of our school and already has an overwhelming popularity in Greater Muskegon. The advisors who form the strong backbone of the group are all the coaches of the school. A Constitution and a strict code of ethics have been set up to insure high standards in the club. The very successful bowling league which was started last year at MHS has grown to a large organiza- tion under the advising of Mr. Bruining. The league has set up teams which provide many interesting matches at the Michigan Bowling Alleys. FRONT ROW, Right to Left: Farrar, Marek, Nelson, Suter, Vice President: Steuerwald, Goryl, Siplon, Webber, Siplon, Lathrop. SECOND ROW: Davies, Cramer, Meyers, Witham, Klecka, Uitto, Secretaryg Clayton, Obermiller, Assistant Secretaryg Heethuis, Toppen, Foster. THIRD ROW: Parmer, Ward, Cilla, Captaing Brown, Lester, Klevering, Seifert, Fifolt, Hall, Sonnega, Sweet. FOURTH ROW: Fielstra, Plont, Mattson, Cowan, Dusenbery, DeWitt, Treasurer: Grewe, President: Murphy, Hilliard, Dahlquist, Carlisle, Mars. FIFTH ROW: Nielson, Bayes, Loughrige, Bailey, Hammond, Diedrichsen, Hasper, Nuttall, Waalkes, Klein, Olson. what ZA M. H. S. Never Quits Fighting The rough practice began in September under the able coaching of Loyd Hartman, who found his boys in good shape and ready to play football. We started with a line group of lettermen but the rest of the team with a few exceptions was a little green and lacked playing experience. The lettermen were: Seniors jim Graves, Tim Lutrey, Jim Doubles, Larry Weaver, Bob Harris, and juniors Terry Locke and jim jesperson. The first game of the season found Muskegon at Lansing in a battle which ended as the first Big Red defeat as Lansing Sexton downed the fighting Muskies 9-0. The game was a hard fought battle of lines as Tim Lutrey, Jim Doubles, Roger Locke, and Jim jesperson displayed fine ability for MHS. Our men in red were crushed by the powerful Flint Central attack which ended in a 45-7 defeat for Musk- egon. Terry Locke showed great determination and drive throughout the game and scored the Big Red's only T.D. Stand aside! We're coming through! What's the situation Ken? i in 2 Y Future Looks Bright Aheod Catholic Central trampled the Big Reds in the season's third game by the astounding score of 40-14. The ever fighting men in Red could not get started as they tasted defeat but deter- mined Terry Locke kept the team on the score- board. Wait for us Terry! We're T. D. bound! Hold that ball Roger! The Big Reds scored their first victory against conference rivals Benton Harbor in a 14-6 victory for the Muskies. Terry Locke upheld the scoring game as the Muskegon line proved hard to get around. l 79 Muslcies Breolc Into Winning Column Little Terry Locke tries to out run giant opponents. The next opponent proved to be too tough for the M.H.S. gridders as Flint Northern stamped out a 41-6 win. This game was one in which many fans commented that even though Muskegon lost, the Big Reds never quit fighting. He's all yours Larry! Traverse City handed Muskegon its hardest loss of the season as the Big Reds completely out played and out drove the opponents. The score ended 12-0 in favor of Traverse. Archester Ward, Tim Lutrey, jim Doubles, and jan Dephouse were M.H.S. stand- outs. f1E'fYLY H'!l87.EW7 ,ni hit-Pnl 5 'v2L'19'53?21!F",!fv" Clinch Southwest Conference Title Muskegon scores, Heights loses! ' The tricky offense of the G. R. Union surprised the men in red as the speedy Union backs led their team to a 42-19 win over the Muskies. Again Terry Locke showed his great running ability as he played an outstanding game for M.H.S.' Muskegon bowed to Battle Creek in the eighth grid battle of 1958 in a defeat. This game was not a great loss for the men of M.H.S. because after the game the Battle Creek coach admitted that the Big Reds were the hardest hitting team that his boys had faced all year. The Hnal and most important game of the year is one which will be long remembered by the people of Muskegon. The Big Reds arrived at Phillips field in Muskegon Heights as the underdogs but the de- termined Muskies emerged victorious with a score of 19-6. This victory not only showed that Muskegon never quits lighting but also clinched the Southwest Conference Title. Tim Lutrey received the large Osterbaan trophy at the Elks Banquet and Terry Locke was named most valuable player. A familiar sight to many opponents. Terry Locke heads for another T. D. - V ff-,- ,. .. ,,,,. ,f ,,-,.Wy, , ,,,, x I, 7531.1-W wi Q, W Ui, f,. ,Q Little Reds Turn ln Fine Seoson FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Powers, Coach, Peterman, De Young, Beagle, Perry, Lobdell, Sullivan, Fifolt, Cross, Woodard, Espanoso, L. Van Camp, Coach. SECOND ROW: 1. Gainy, Coach, Mclain, Smith, Locke, Dobb, Recknagel, Gilbert, Cone, Greene. THlRD ROW: Carter, Mgr., lensen, Kent, Grimm, Demos, Mesman, johnson, Van Weston, Kuhn, Nevins, Wiersma, Barrett, Becker, Mgr. The Little Reds under the fine coaching of Louis Van Camp, turned in a 3 win 4 loss season. The Well knitted team was spearheaded by the fine playing of Bob Greene and Larry Cone. The boys showed through their hard play and undying spirit that they are ready to become Big Reds in 59. Our team is ready for action! it sf 'a www i .fi K IT'5nQq,,Q we - at " s N M A their-"3 .t,s..g:fj:-Q ,"3-s.,.,.-s":'..suee , we A to - .- .W -ff., ., Q, H-, new M sw . - .. s "'- ' T, .ffl 'Nw - , i s-ff.. - M' 4 X- . ,I fr,-7f'fua W X ,., ',. ft . -' , ' , ,gaiq-,E-f,,v,, +2-mv: - ' . A V, - - g,,,. K ,, , :1 ,f ---N -f '- '-' ' A - - WW' '..'3 "ii, ,w-sflvrwf .. ' -s ,..,f-- ,, . sr V' 'X' A - .U-,. 4, gs- , M-. H ""- . In . an jj. ' ,jqaw-f ,V ' Q r , . L . V - V ,,5,,,,,,, 04, , A 3 F K R , I A ,J .,.....P Y ,.. N at ,TINA Aviaip ' s X ' i Q W J., W- ' -A , 'fl-,rw 'nf vw- .""'- ' '.' - . ' ,, f ' " 'W N . , f 4. ' ', ,',s.-,.,- . f f - , -rig, '.- A M, .- - . -. " M "1 -35' ' ',, - , ' ' ' Y 'Ji' - 'ya 5 " - ".sf'I,'.b"9 -, "erin-. ,mfh WM. Jin' , is N- s , , , 1 V i.,e,,"3.af 1 -as .- '- . , fe -'ee V.. it '..'--Mvf' MJ! ' 'T 1 -if 7 11' . - -n ' M" 4 .v-vu' M. 'QL' 'iff 82 M. H. S. Spirit High as Basketball Season Open KNEELING, L. 'ro R.: Pedler, VanderWeI, Kuhn, Witham, Hathaway, Nicholes. STANDING: Hamm, Mgr.: Luhman, Clapper, Graves, Nelson, Locke, Mathews, Poort, Hayes, Coach Hager. The Big Reds started off their season in great spirit this year under the able coaching of Mr. Ed Hager. Coach Hager stepped into the head basketball spot this year with a fine looking group of boys. Under stiff competition Muskegon posted a 3 win 12 loss season and are certain to better this mark next year with an experienced and eager group of boys returning to carry on in the fine sportsmanlike way which has BASKETBALL MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL 1958 - 59 Dec. CATHOLIC' CENTRAL Here Dec. TRAVERSE CITY There Dec. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS There Dec. BATTLE CREEK Here Dec GRAND HAVEN There Jan. HOLLAND Here jan. NILES There jan. BENTON HARBOR There jan. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Here jan. GRAND HAVEN Here Feb. HOLLAND There Feb. BATTLE CREEK There Feb. CATHOLIC CENTRAL There Feb. BENTON HARBOR Here Feb. TRAVERSE CITY Here become an annual custom at M.H.S. The Big Reds opened their colorful season with the Crusaders of Catholic Central. In this well played and spirited game the Muskies downed the Crusaders 61 - 50. Muskegon showed their tremendous team work as Well as fine individual ability as the season was off to a good start. Coach Hager discusses season outlook with Ken Witham and Bob Clapper. S W r ..ri.. Spirit and Ability Are . . . Nelson demonstrates his form in securing the jump for Muskegon. For the second game of the season the Big Reds traveled to TILAIVERSE CITY. The Muskegon boys cou1dn't get started in the scoring column and were handed a 68- 33 defeat by the tough Trojans of Traverse. The MUSKEGON HEIGHTS TIGERS handed Muskegon its second defeat on the home court of the Tigers. The Tigers managed to out shoot the Muskies 74 - 55, but the Big Reds didn't give up without a fight. The BATTLE CREEK BEARCATS arrived at Muskegon with hopes of downing our dazed Big Reds but the determined Muskegon athletes leaped forward with a 50 - 40 upset over the cats from the Creek. Jim Graves and Dave Nelson proved to be valuable assets to the Big Reds as they showed fighting ability on the boards. Muskegon boarded a bus and took a short trip to GRAND HAVEN where the Bucs downed the Big Reds 63 to 53, but not without a fight. Bob Clapper continued his tremendous scoring and Roger Locke made clear his outstanding ability on the back- boards. Clapper hits for two more Big Red points Nichols drives in for a lay-up. Nichols proved to be an outstanding player since being brought up from the Little Reds at mid season. Traits of M. H. S. Athletes Locke lays it in to raise the Big Red score. The Big Reds came raging back on the winning path after a two week break. The highly rated HOLLAND DUTCH made a short visit to Muskegon where they were handed a 51 to 47 defeat by the fired up Muskies. The fine strategy of Coach Ed Hager and the tremendous scoring of Ken Witham and Bob Clapper proved to be the deciding factors of the contest. NILES handed Muskegon a heartbreaking 59 to 47 defeat on the Niles floor. The game was juggled back and forth during the first three quarters but the boys from Niles dominated the last quarter. Dave Nelson and Bob Clapper led Muskegon in points as the entire team played a fine game regardless of defeat. Close Gomes Plogue Bug Reds 'mn Witham BENTON HARBOR handed the Big Reds a smash- ing defeat on the Tiger's home court. Though the first period was a near standstill, the Harbor team rallied in the second period to end the half 42 to 24 and went on to lead the dazed Muskies the rest of the game which ended 70 to 42. Bob Clapper and Ken Witham, while literally choking on the dust of the Tigers continued their line seasonal scoring. The MUSKEGON HEIGHTS TIGERS again downed Muskegon with a 70 to 42 defeat for the Big Reds. Even though Muskegon lost the game, the great spirit which has become an annual custom at M.H.S. was outstanding proof that the entire school was be- hind the team. Locke drops it ln with ease As They Continue to Fight The following game with GRAND HAVEN proved to be one of the many heartbreakers for Muskegon during the season. With just IO seconds left in the game, the Bucs hit on a long shot to win the battle 71 to 69. Roger Locke and Ken Witham were standouts in the hard fought contest. M.H.S. traveled to HOLLAND for its next contest in which the Dutch revenged the earlier victory of the Big Reds by handing the Muskies a 70 to 55 defeat. The playing of Mike Pedler, Ken Witham, and Bob Clapper kept the Big Reds lighting on the foreign court. BATTLE CREEK also gained revenge on the Big Reds in a 73 to 64 battle. Al Nichols and Bob Clapper kept the colorful Big Reds lighting 'til the final buzzer. Witham drops in lay-up after stealing the ball from opponents. Muskegon closes in on opponent. MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL upset the Big Reds on the Crusaders home floor in the following contest. Though the Muskegon boys battled throughout the game, C.C. came out on top 65 to 55. Again Muskegon lost a heartbreakerg this time to BENTON HARBOR in an overtime which ended 70 to 68. Muskegon led most of the game but the Tigers came out on top. The game showed tremendous team efforts with Dave Nelson, Al Nichols, and Roger Locke standing out for the Big Reds. TRAVERSE CITY handed Muskegon a 58 to 56 defeat in an extremely close game at Muske- gon. Bob Clapper and A1 Nichols played ex- ceptional basketball in this final regular season game. FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Huizenga, Wallace, Krumwiede, Chidester, Carlson ND OW C t Ho s Cone R t Coach Partenio Little Reds Turn In Victorious Seoson The Little Red squad turned in an outstanding and victorious '58-'59 season under the exceptional coaching of John Partenio. The records showed a 9 win 6 loss season for the talented M.H.S. sophomores. The boys played crowd-pleasing ball throughout the year, even with the retirement of two valuable players to the Big Red squad at mid-season: Al Nichols and Mike Pedler. Most of these boys will be seeking positions on the Big Red line-up next year, and it is certain that many of them will make the grade. Homer Hopkins hits the bucket to raise the score for the Little Reds. X-Country Rotes High of Muskegon 1958 MUSKEGON X-COUNTRY SQUAD M.H.S. is proud of its new sport which has al- ready become one of the top events at Muskegon. Coach Tom Mc Shannock is to be congratulated for his fine job of bringing X-Country back to Muskegon. M.H.S stars are ready for the long run. 89 Trockmen Hove New Holoby: A Breoking Records ' ii Z A f A A MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL A A 1 0 1 if R TRACK SCHEDULE 1959 . l April 7-8 Temple Cup Here l April 10 Saginaw Relay ' Mt. Pleasant April 14 Benton Harbor Here April 16 Muskegon C. C. Here April 19 Muskegon Heights Here April 30 Conference Here May 5 Grand Haven Here May 8 Holland There May 12 Greater Muskegon Here May 16 Regionals Grand Rapids May 19 Muskegon C. C. There May 23 State Finals Lansing Dick Cahill, Muskegon's most versatile athlete, rolls up another first place. Dick was responsible for many new records this Year- lt's a crowd! lt's a mob! No! lt's our track Again Coach Tom McShannock and his track squad emerged with a victorious and illustrious season. The team posted a 4 win 2 loss season, placed 3rd in the regionals and set many new records during the year. The loss of stars Dick Cahill and Theo Hawkins will present a problem, but the '59 season is certain to be a victorious one. Theo Hawkins shows off his record breaking style in the high jump. 90 Diomoncl Forcosl: Uncleleolecl Seoson In '59 lLeft to Right! FRONT ROW: Barnhard, Witham, Moore, R. Sabin, Hafenbrack, D. Sabin, Sandy, Erickson, Cota, Dick, 1. Hellman, Ward, Becker, lManagerlg SECOND ROW: E. Petrongelli lAsst. Coachl, B. Hellman, Gill, Kloosterman, Veihl, jesperson, Visscher, Thompson, Herrendeen, Loughridge, Ulbrlch, Cramer, Hozer, Neilsen, H.. E. Potter lCoachl. The Big Red squad under the fine coaching of Harry Potter entered the season with a powerful team which was well seeded with veteran lettermen. The exceptional pitching and superb hitting were great assets to the team. Indeed our excellent team is to be MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1959 April 14 West Michigan There April 16 Muskegon Heights Here April 21 Grand Haven There April 23 Holland Here April 27 Whitehall Here April 29 Benton Harbor Here May 4 Fremont There May 5 Holland There May 8 Muskegon C. C. Here May 12 Muskegon Heights There May 14 Grand Haven Here May 18 West Michigan Here May 20 Muskegon C. C. There Coach Potter shows his crew of promising letrermen how a real pro holds his bat. congratulated on their 8 win 4 loss season. Our team of '59 is certain to be rated amon the 8 top contenders in the state. It will contain some well experienced boys and can easily be expected to go undefeated for the season. The Future Looks Bright for M. H. S. Roqueteers f s .,,.. .. .rs .::,f,4., , . V args, . Aj Vu A ., Qs -tv :I x . 4 i 's im QTVR as 1 igsfawf i VW-lla rank - ,I-'. 1.1.-:-.-'rg X - X 1 - ' r N . "- x V-,fi if f"i.i fifqj MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL lf..i 7 TENNIS SCHEDULE 1959 EE April 9 Holland . s i April 13 Grand Haven Here I , l April 15 Holland Christian There QQ A April 17 Benton Harbor Here A April 20 Muskegon Heights Here ":' APfi124 West Michigan Here rrrii . A ig APH130 Holland There May l West Michi an T ere 1- May 5 Coopersville Here 1- eevfflrrff T. ,rgf "':lVi K' llfh T ' May 7 Muskegon Heights There ' 'A -w..rs,,,-bw-q May 8 Holland Christian Here A l , awww-s May 11 Plainwell There ' May 12 Greater Muskegon Here V May 16 Battle Creek There May 22 Regional Holland r . q . M j , june 5,6 State Finals AMW A i ' ' john Marecek returns a fine drive to his opponent. Muskegon had a strong racquet squad this year in the regionals and 2nd in Greater Muskegon. Coach which consisted of several letterrnen and a fine group . . . . . Dave Olson will return next year and is certain to of non-lettermen. The season was outstanding with 8 wins and 7 losses. The squad went on to place 3rd have another victorious season. iLeft to Rightt FRONT ROW: Dave Hathaway, Charles Wright, Ted Caris, Don Coon. SECOND ROW: Roger Plont, john Marecek, Dick Danhof, james Poe, Dennis Twining, Coach Dave Olson. 1 ff .W f W O f lf pi , . f nv-f . - i Vers-.,.--'rf 1. -f X is i s ' I i 2 X 1 7 Wa. ' lazy' ,ilu ,."' h . 'E fa, . . f '--,':f?- J, 5 V A . M. H. S. Golfers Will Drive for Success in '59 Our fine golf team was edged out in several matches this year but is not to be frowned upon by those who know good golfing. Coach Ed Hager and his boys came through with a 1 win 10 loss season which is certainly no picture of the ability of this fine hard driving team. The team finished 7th in the regionals and is planning a comeback in '59g this will certainly be a team to watch. MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL GOLF SCHEDULE 1959 April 16 Holland There April 21 Muskegon C. C. There April 24 Benton Harbor There April 28 Holland Here May 1 North Muskegon There May 4 Grand Haven Here May 7 Muskegon C. C. There May 11 Grand Haven Here May 13 Whitehall There May 15 Regionals Grand Rapids May 18 North Muskegon Here May 19 Whitehall Here May 23 State Finals A group of Muskegon golfers pose before a match. KNEELING: Chuck jury, Dave Nelson, Lance Nelson. STANDING: Reggie Dell, Steve Neumer, Bob Wilson, Claude Long. Coach Hager demonstrates the use of the driver to Claude Long as spirited team mates look on. Left to Right: jerry Blevins, john Mizerick, Reggie Dell, Claude Long, Dave Nelson, Coach Hager, Bob Friel, Chuck jury 93 This Trophy Could be Curs for Keeps Yes, Muskegon Senior High School has taken the much desired sportsmanship trophy for the second year. All the credit for winning this honor belongs to the student body. The judging is done by North Muskegon at the games played against our rivals, Catholic Central and Muskegon Heights. Senior High wishes very much to receive the trophy again this year for that will make it our permanent possession. lt's Ours For Now The story of the Oosterbaan trophy which Muskegon Senior attained this year, dates back to 1948. Bennie B. Oosterbaan was named coach of the year in the United States after the 1948 football season. He appeared at the Muskegon Elks football banquet that December, and was presented with the trophy by LeRoy A. Prescott and C. D. McNamee. The trophy, it was decided, would never become the permanent possession of any school but would be held for a year by the school winning the South-western Mich- igan Conference title. The first trophy was jointly held by Kalama- zoo Central and Benniels old school, Muskegon Since then the Winners have been: I 1950-Muskegon Heights 19 5 1-Muskegon 1952--Muskegon and Benton Harbor 195 3-Benton Harbor 1954, ,55, 156, '57--Muskegon Heights 195 8-Muskegon The trophy has been presented, almost every year, by Coach Oosterbaan, who stated he would be available for the presentation. ,WE 1 2? .gzgjf 423522 A , Of QZMQQ? fy If 429 7 ,w wf ff wgwgffy ,yzywfw r oQ,W, M, ,K QZQQWQZ 5' M4 2f'?,4f1 ,", M.,ei1sQ!':f16l Tony Ramirez, cross country victor, gets on his mark. Muskegon's Roger Locke puts one In A Cross Section ol Sports Activities Members of Varsity Club sell basketball programs to help club advancement. ,1 ,alli- A. s..t -o Rain didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the M.H.S. boosters on their way to the Traverse City game. Demonstrate Spirits High and Honors Won M.H.S. athletes are feted at the annual football banquet. Each year the football squads, officials, coaches, administrators, and fathers have a wonderful time re-living the season at the annual banquet. Football letters and awards are usually handed out at this event. Also an outstanding speaker is present. This year Mr. Muller gave those present a very inspirational talk. Beside this "feed", the boys are also honored by the Elks Club at a later date. xl rf tml .NJA FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Kathy Anderson, Pat Prentice, Carol Bollenbacher, Elaine Bovay, Karen Anderson, Carolyn Crawford, Phyllis Bovay, Ruthann Holman, Kristine Kolberg, june Demler. SECOND ROW: Millie Upson, Mary lane Ramirez, ludy Pohl, Rosemarie Robertson, Historian, Sharon Boyle, President, loan Anderson, Vice-President, Connie Upton, Secretary-Treasurer: janet Beehler, Connie Bird. THIRD ROW: Ann Holmberg, Sharon Witman, Peggy Seastrom, Wanda Dodge, Sandra Smith, Leischen Movey, Barb Hondorp, Sue Zachariason, Barb South. FOURTH ROW: Sandra johnson, Nedra Cooper, janice Fischer, Carolyn Griffith, Carol Ames, Caren Butterfield, Carol LeTarte, Brauen Lynch, Gail jelier, Selah Peterson, Pearl Crawford, Alice Chamberlain. FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Swanson, Karen Stromsta, loan Stasunas, Mary johnson, lanyce Morrison, Rosalynne Meyer, lean Thunfors, Lynn Torrent, Karen Mezynski, Glenna Strickler, Doris Brown. Intramural Sports Call Many Girls G.A.A., which stands for Girls' Athletic Associ- ation, carried everything this year from basketball to swimming. The ideals of the club are to try to pro- mote good sportsmanship and good feeling among the girls while teaching them the skills of each game. These gals make the Rules for G.A.A. FRONT ROW, R. to L.: Rosemarie Robertson, Historian: Sharon Boyle, Presidentg joan Anderson, Vice President: Connie Upton, Secretary, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Seastrom, Mrs. Gillaspy. G.A.A. also thought of others, for example: it has contributed every year to MAP and AFS campaigns. The club boasted a membership of fifty girls this year, with a new advisor, Mrs. Gillaspy. Also advising was Mrs. Seastrom. -ffl xW W! ! , 6 . I c .1 Z Q 1 ff f , aa ZZ? 'f . . ." , H . iff M fa W A ' ' 2 ' ., M , ,W .-:, f4 !fg .-,L junior high girls get in trim for Senior High G.A.A. Action S eecl Thrills Entice Girls I P 1 Miss Shively's girls of Central Jr. High School got in the act of playing softball last season. This will enable them to become better participants over in our own Muskegon Senior G.A.A. The action and un- planned movements of this game make it a favorite of all senior high G.A.A. girls About forty girls, including G.A.A. members, Went out for an exciting game of field hockey this year. It is a variation of the tremendous game played on ice, but their ice is the football field. In the tournament the "Brainless Brats" came out as the winning team through tough competition with three others. "It was a tough pull, but all the gals came through with few bruises,', reported Mrs. Seastrom, faculty advisor. 4 Pearl Crawford trys to stop Alice Chamberlain from hitting the ball clear across the field. 9'rfA5fWiL'X f' wg' NW'WA A- Seventy girls came out this year to compete in one Girls Bowling FRONT ROW, Right to Left: janet Haga, Barb L. Bowen, Helen Shepherd, janet Baun, jane Chancellor, Vivian Taylor, Eunice House, Elaine Bovay, janet Beehler, Catherine Arnold, Helen Dawson, Pat O'ConneII. SECOND ROW: jacquie Brouhard, Barb Mattson, Irene Basham, Sherry Nelson, Mary Sample, -Dee Higginson, lrene Oestman, Treasurer, Wanda Dodge, Secretary, judy Leckrone Sandra Lathrop, Bev Wessell, Elaine Holmgren, Carol LeTarte, Sharon Boyle, Sue Helling, Diane Visscher, Karen johnson, Mrs. Gillaspy, Advisor. FOURTH Mary johnson, Mary Hansen, Barb Hondorp, Linda Thunfors, joan Anderson, cher, FIFTH ROW: Glenna Strickler, Barbara j. Bowen, Barbara Charron, Pat jan Fischer, Martha Dinger, Glenna Anderson, june Demler. , Karen Erb, Barb Oliphant, Thelma Larson. THIRD ROW: Karen Melner, Leischen Movey, Sandra Smith, jane-Ellen Stevens, Sue Zachariason, Sue Tilford, ROW: Karen Wilcox, Ann Britton, Phyllis Bovay, Barb South, Karen Ritter, Rosemary Robertson, Connie Upton, Carol Ames, Suzanne Smith, Mary Schuma- Lindsey, Barb Ullmer, Mickey Gerwin, Carol Bollenbacher, Phyllis Swanson, Fifty Girls Try for 300 Score of America's favorite sports, bowling. Fifteen teams were organized from this number. Wanda Dodge led in the series tournament, while C. C. Arnold led in the singles tournament. "The Alley Delights," meanwhile, was the leading team. In the singles tour- nament in Grand Rapids, Ilene Oestman represented the Michigan Bowling Alley with a fine score. In March, the girls held a banquet, which was a great success. Mrs. Gillaspy advised the girls. As others hopefully gaze at their moving balls, Carol Bollenbacher is well on her way to a much desired 300 score. SET IT UP! was a familiar cry heard at every girl's volleyball game this year. Of the forty girls who came out for this invigorating sport, six teams were organized. The champions were Glenna Stricklerls team, the "Beep-Beepsl' who Won by a narrow margin. Volleyball is a game becoming more popular with both guys and gals since it is similar to deck tennis. Mrs. Gillaspy supervised the play. Winning Volley Ball Team - "Beep - Beeps" FRONT ROW, R. to L.: Brauen Lynch, Nedra Cooper, Ruthann Holman, Pearl Crawford. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Bovay, Caren Butterfield, Karen Stromsta, Glenna Strickler, Captain, Pat Prentice. Excitement cincl Action Comes From Teamwork Opposing teams each eye the volleyball, waiting for their chance to come out on top. O V 101 Basketball is one of the most exciting games played each year in intramural sports. The girls looked for- ward to this year's season with anticipation and ex- citement. Each game is played in ten minute halves in which the players switch baskets. Ten teams com- peted against each other this year. After the last game, the long awaited Q'feed", which was devoured almost immediately, was held. The girls outdid themselves in their choice of team names this year. The titles were more colorful than those chosen for the other sports. Karen Stromsta and judy Pohl each try to get the ball to their team members as they jump for the tip-off. Ten Teoms Vie for B. B. Honors The "Reds" do a fine job of guarding The "Whites", who seem about to make a basket. Woter Wonderlond Needs Mermcuds Help! Help! If any girl from our senior high life saving class hears a cry like that this summer, you can rest assured that the situation is well in hand. This year, Mrs. Seastrom trained an excellent number of girls. The schedule was very rugged. In order to get a lo Mark demonstrates the arm carry technique on Kay Wlldfon Piling up excellent scores for bowling were: FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Vivian Taylor, Ilene Oestman, Dee Higgenson. SECOND ROW: Eunice House, Linda Cutler, Karen Ritter, Shirley Halver- son, Elaine Holmgren. Intramurals Give Girls Variety feCl'l'1iCIUe 00 fheif PHYTHSYS- Glenna Strickler lets go with a shot that might be good for the "whites' l04 , , V X. 5,1 Www,7k.yW,v,5,fj,1,?, 7XW,4?!W,i.47 WJL-i Exp WW.. s ,kkk :,,.L,, W xxryy in Viv fi, 75 5 fs!i!xWT!54ifZ51'S7QZf- f M K z " -gf ' f f ff ff fv, A v. fffgfm f,w,,.y. ,1,,gff , -ff F f ,f 9,9 fx , ' ff , fu' 5 , f ' -vi A 74 f'Jf v" '. .ZFX 32519 uv 'F ' Y' 'LL , , fy! f zo. mffw .A ,.. :ff ww 7M ,M , 2' - i L 7, wg- vf , ' fa'-W QSM " ,Wa Wi: -, M4 m A :ffnfi ,ff ffxkwgff 1, wi ,"gf'f Rf- ' V if ', ' 'Y 4- V? fglfwi L, 'ff' " n ' zz - f X f f f -1 if ff J' , mm QW-V ,x fp by 1- M: A -'r , , -t AA , , Af ,Af f , Magi. r Izx tifiwg ,V fmffg. 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Exchange Student: Band: E junior Rotarian: Latin Club: National Honor Society, President: Orchestra: Pro Musica: Student Council: A ennis 5-an 2, 4 W AMBITION - Mechanical Engineer " 1 ' S, 4.-4 ' f ,1 X NEWKIRK. TRACY ARLAND-VICE-PRES. if 7 lflx b ACTIVITIES - Band: Debate Varsity: National Honor V, Society, Treasurer: Orchestra: Pro Musica, Treasurer: Wf f Student Council, President, Sergeant-at-Arms: Tennis: i f E Parllia-mentarian: Wglverhne Boys' Stater V , - o grow towar un erstanding ' A CROSS. BARBARA ANN-SECRETARY , I ACTIVITIES - Latin Club, Secretary: Little Reds and gig Igedi TCheerleader: Masque: Senate: Student ounci: - eens ,ff I , fl, -A AMBITION - To complete four years in a t h ' f ' 4 college and get married and raise the most wsrdeffrui f 5 at in -' family ever. , X ' ,, VV6, Q, V I I 1, f ss.' , ZACHARIASON, SUSAN MAY-TREASURER y' M ' fl"' , hw 3' ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: French Club: G.A.A.: ' U' 'A'-'I gf ' as Little Reds and Big Reds Cheerleader: Sophomore WV' ' 'I fy 7 Rzdrrgecoging Attendant: Student Council f Aff, Q , 1 5 1. ga? I ITI N - High School Math Teacher ff iff' f Z I W f , , Q, fi I ' , N ,,,, HARTSEMA, BARBARA IEAN-HISTORIAN if f M1554 f ACTIVITIES - Carmenta: French Club, Vice President: f X Sf gAayoret:e:t Zro Mlgsicaa Student Council: Y-Teens, f 4 "', rf, ergean -a - rms, resi ent E X AMBITION - Elementary Teacher if ESSEBAGGERS, WAYNE,N.-SGT.-AT-ARMS wmv P! f Isa- ACTIVITIES - Baseball: Basketball: Football il ABRAHAM, THOMAS PATRICK ADAMS, IOHN F. ACTIVITIES - Band: Pro-Musica AMBITION - Scientist AMBITION - To be happy in everything that I do. Clciss of I959 CLASS COLORS - Blue and Silver CLASS FLOWER - White Rose CLASS SONG - "I'II Be Seeing Youu CLASS MOTTO - "The short period of life is long enough for living well and honorably." ,f mmf L ,Ai 7 If X , 1 , f V W W ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Speech Guild: Y.F.C.5 Y-Teens AMBITION - To help win some victory for humanity AKEY, RUTH SHARON AMBITION - To have a happy and successful life with a certain someone named Bob ALEXANDER, RUTH ELIZABETH ACTIVITIES -- A Cappella: Masque: Senate AMBITION - Commercial Artist ALMS, IOHN STANLEY ACTIVITIES - Radio Club , ,Hg K ,A f , f, mf, ' I ' ,WW f' fx f . , , I. , : 7C I If V751 ' f I I f 2 If -, ,ina I , f I ANDERSEN, LINDA RUTH ACTIVITIES - Debate, French Club, Pres., G.A.A. Bowling, Latin Club, Lictor, jr. Red Cross, Nationna Honor, Sec., National Thespians, Sec., Speech Guild S . ATIBITION - Be something other than a secretary ANDERSON, ALLEN GORDON AMBITION - ANDERSON, ACTIVITIES AMBITION - ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES ANDERSON ACTIVITIES AMBITION ANDERSON, AMBITION To own a Corvette BRUCE M. Crosscountry, Hi-Y Engineering DANNY LEE ANDERSON, - Pro Musica AMBITION - To become a millionaire ANDERSON, - National Honor, Spanish Club AMBITION - DUANE R. Interpreter MARGARET LORENE L French Club, G.A.A., Y.F.C. Physical education teacher OSCAR FRANK To be a carpenter ANNIS, SONDRA ACTIVITIES - A Cappella AMBITION -- To be successful in whatever I do. ARCHER, LOIS I. ACTIVITIES -- Library Club AMBITION - To be happy and successful ARCHER, MERRY IANE ACTIVITIES - Conservation Club, Y.F.C. AMBITION - Christian leadership ASH LEY, KATH ERI N E FRANCES ACTIVITIES - Chorus I, G.A.A. AMBITION - First grade teacher ASLAKSON, ROGER B. ACTIVITIES AMBITION - To be shot at 4 o'cIock in the mo by a jealous - Bowling husband when I'm 98 years old. I , rning A iis. 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AMBITION - To travel BATCHELDER, NANCY LOUISE ACTIVITIES - Co-op AMBITION - To land my man, Cap. BATHRICK, IOAN WANDA AMBITION - To do something worthwhile some time BAYAK, DAVID AMBITION - Accountant BAYES, TOM R. ACTIVITIES -- Football AMBITION - To find myself getting ahead BAYNE, MARIORIE ANNE ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - Secretary BEAGLE, ROY FRANKLIN ACTIVITIES -- A Capellag Spanish Club, Tennis AMBITION - Y.M.C.A. director BEAUCAMP, KASEY WALTER ACTIVITIES 1 Football AMBITION - Farming BECK, IOAN MARY ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg School page editor: Senateg Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION - To tackle an All-State football player BECK, LERLAINE ANNE ACTIVITIES - Student Councilg Y-Teens AMBITION - Secretary, private or otherwise BEEGLE, RICHARD WALTER ACTIVITIES - Booster Club AMBITION - Engineering BENSINGER, THEODORE WARREN ACTIVITIES - Band, Drum Majorg Radio Club: Symphonic Band AMBITION - Research Chemist or Teacher X X X C S pi ive if R Z5 ,-as Q it 1-"""" ,Xi Us X X ll l. X jab? - C S a t I E X ' C 'I :R 5 , C 1 ,. f gl fa I I A f . ii 2 JJ? fini -0'-pw I I 'O an ,mx- -ef ,.. N N .xx bit? ef by ,, at .v If ,. X C , W ,..--Q , at , . 56-5 KW fi, 'f -- 1 , . 1 , S ...C ,Q 15 " ' x v .. , 31 5 ,V , x .C atv , I R V C A lark ,. A x N 2 K F wif N lv: . V t Nx..w,1 7 k. A X Q L f X 4 bf! sq-1 in X N t O, ' 'WW A ff 'SM 1 x lf , 7? I, if X l My . ff jf, . fn. ,Ja ef ' fo fr rr-A i, f , ..,,,,,,,,,, ff' f f'l! X f f f X nf 7, f K! ! ""'q,f'C V, "ft BERG, SHARON L. ACTIVITIES - Camera Clubg Conservation Club, Pres., Vice Pres.g Future Teachersg Latin Club, Y-Teens AMBITION -- Have diploma, will travel BERGHUIS, PETER HERMAN AMBITION - To go to Alaska BERGHUIS, ROBERT K. ACTIVITIES - Bandg Latin Clubg Orchestrag Pro- Musica AMBITION - Astronomy BEUKEMA, IOHN- CHARLES ACTIVITIES - Band, Pro-Musica: Spanish Club, Treas.: Student Council, Y.F.C. AMBITION - To live a testimony for Christ BICE, THOMAS DALE AMBITION - To be a bachelor BIDWELL, DORIS IRENE ACTIVITIES - Bowling, F.H.A. AMBITION - To make my marriage successful , A Q , X va , , , M I 'R' , N ia. ,I fv- '47 sz ,, 12 1, I 1 , f , f , W X, ff I an X, few x 7 if ., X' . fwy .5 I W a- Q .f ,f x af , "4 ff A Q NX .1 xv. Y 1 ' Ag ' ., ,il 4 . ,,,. X .V ,f Q 1 L 'Sf X f,W..,,, . . .rf I ,, ...f ' -U . sg. 5 , .uf - if Y ' A iz! W.. -ge ' Wswf.. , I N1 ,gwag . If . if .. ,i SW ,E 7,1 , ., W, Z , if 151 1 M I f, s 1 Wf ff K If , ff f Myf f M f j My ef! 4 Wx! , f 4, x. .- .-J, , , .Q -me , we f' 9 Y s f? Q ug, f ,ri Y W Q 2 1 X! 7 X xfffff BOZEMAN, NELLIE IO ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Future Teachers ot America, G.A.A.g Y-Teens AMBITION - To go to Ferris BRANSTROM, ROBERT DWIGHT AMBITION - To graduate BRILLHART, WAYNE LEE ACTIVITIES - Band, Latin Clubg Pro Musicag Y.F.C. Club AMBITION - To please the Lord in everything I do BROM LEY, B I LL ACTIVITIES - Football AMBITION - Earn enough money to feed Sandy BROOKS, SARAH OSGOOD ISALLYI ACTIVITIES - Latin Clubg Future Teachers Club: Student Councilg Y-Teens AMBITION - Display my talents to the best of my abilities. IWhat talents?I BROWN, IUDY ANN ACTIVITIES - Booster Club, Future Nurses Clubg Y-Teens AMBITION - To be a nurse BIRD, SHARON S. ACTIVITIES - G.A.A.g junior Classical League AMBITION - Medical technician BIRTH, MARY ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg G.A.A.g Future Home- makers of America AMBITION - Secretary or typist BOATMAN, EARLEE BOES, KAREN C. ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. Club AMBITION - Nurse BOGERT, SANDRA KAY ACTIVITIES - Future Teachers of America, G.A.A.g Spanish Club AMBITION - To be successful BOLLENBACHER, CAROL IEAN ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg G.A.A.g Y.F.C. Club AMBITION - To do everything to the honor and glory of God I BOLTEN, HANS DIETER ACTIVITIES - Exchange student, Masque: Student Council AMBITION - Lawyer BORDEAU, GERALDINE MARIE AMBITION -- Housewife BORGESON, IAMES ALLEN ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, student directory Y.F.C. Club, song leader AMBITION - Music School ISing-Singl BOVAY, ELAINE KAY ACTIVITIES - Bowling, G.A.A. QMBITION - Physical Education teacher and champion ow er BOVAY, PHYLLIS MARIE ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Future Nurses Clubg G.A.A. AMBITION -- To sign R. N. after my name. BOYLE, SHARON LYNN ACTIVITIES - Bowling, G.A.A.g Y-Teens AMBITION - To achieve the most in life EW5 QW -L-'Q7ff"!W:' XLWTYVKF' Aww. ,I -fifehfwfsw' 11. .Q ff, . . fgys , , , . .- .sw fvfiwf Wx f. PY . 4 as ffwf 1 z , f , y is nw ' ' 'f K' f W-N' -J" K few if wr -A Irfrr W fs I V f f f ,. f ,J 5 fwW , 1 . ,. I 4-1 J O f, A f fa. I, 1-W. J, 7 I .5 v f I 4 4 .7 zfsjff 'Q I pany , 1' ' ii. ,V .. . In I ' M " , 'rf s . WW., 'Z II ZZ7?7QUXWZZQi f 'Zawya gf .5W .,ZZiy gwfegz 2 W., ' v f 'Ei avg! If I' f. XL, W W 2- f ef wi I ZZZQZZZ .. fzfiazza. MaDa:e.I BRUHN, CHARLES LONNIE BRUINING, BARBARA K. ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Student Council, Y.F.C. BRUINING, 'DWIGHT ACTIVITIES - Tennis AMBITION - To be a professional bum BUTTERMORE, ANNE HELEN J, if!ZW7Z,WZZ7Q I , . I ,,r,, X.. W f if fm f . If H- f . I iff Z 4' 7. f., 1 ' 9 ff Q it ' f fa.. ' 9 iffhw Z02ZZz1, Qfi44W i? ,Q BURNHAM, TERRY ION ACTIVITIES - Camera Club, Hi-Y, Keyhole, Editor, Variety Show, Stage Manager . AMBITION - T. V. News Reporter Itravelmgl ACTIVITIES- Booster Clubg Bowling, Future Teachers Club. Treasury: Student Council: Y-Teens AMBITION -- Secretary BYTWERK, GERALD IAMES AMBITION - To stay a bachelor CADEN, CONNIE M. ACTIVITIES - G.A.A. AMBITION - To live it up and settle down to marriage CAFFERY, IOYCE ANN ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Future Accountants Club, Historian AMBITION - Be a successful accountant CAMERON, GERRE LAW ACTIVITIES - Band, Booster Club, Bowling, Latin Club: Pro-Musica, Y-Teens AMBITION - To be the first lady President of the United States. CARLSON, IUDY ANN ACTIVITIES - Future Nurses Club, Said and Done, Advertising, Y.F.C. Cluxb, Vice-president AMBITION - To live for Christ. CARLSON, M. WARREN ACTIVITIES - Radio Club: Y.F.C. Club AMBITION - To be the first ham radio operator on the moon CARLSON, ROSEMARY LYNN ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg G.A.A., Latin Club AMBITION - To be a success CARPENTER, WILLIAM DOUGLAS AMBITION - Chemical engineer CARTWRIGHT, IANIE LEE ACTIVITIES - Band: Pro-Musica: Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be a private secretary CASPER, IAMES ACTIVITIES - Football AMBITION - To become more ambitious fl BRYANT, GLENDA A. ACTIVITIES-Co-op, Future Homemakers ot America, Historian, G.A.A. AMBITION - To work for a while and then get married BUCKWALD, PATRICIA CAROL ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Library Club AMBITION - To get my Mrs. degree BURGESS, CARL GORDON ACTIVITIES -- Orchestra: Pro-Musica, Y.F.C., Treasury AMBITION -- Missionary Q. ..,.C!,.., .,,,. Kiwi, , ., 4... -,ae - V nf. , f :.- ski' ff fe- H wfwya X es.- me-I -te f ' I If I I K f if I2 f , ff M ' f 4 I Sf ff , I ,, Is K If 'ef 1 'I' ff 7 5 1 f f C Wa X '0 ' r " L ,If X - sf ' 4.5 , 7 W2 A iv fs ' of f' 'rll , Ny , , ei V, f Z MW We fff- , ZZZQWe'fzvi fiiikgi ,. A ,. . -, .f i,fj" Jfw-f. " ,M V., Af.. we .ewe,az 7f!,FmWWW7Z cj, I ' , iff fav fe? fig ,V 0,17 if A I I . My A , X' ' IME' .V 1 ' , V , I ef-22 Irvs aff 1.' ' Y' ' ff 6 rw , . I ,lf , we 4, 2 ..,:,9-gf I , ..,, ff-1' ' r W ' 'Z ' f ef Q :Z f T-JI ' 'iffgi ' I I ' f ef, Zag 4 W, 'I U ll2 -Y 4' ,. gf 'Q , f H zu., .. X M K ff ilgfljf ly f . , f W ,, Z f K , Kg 4 6 ffnif J Z4 2 CASTLE, IANET MARIE ACTIVITIES - Co-opg Y.F.C. AMBITION - To become a florist CASWELL, IANICE IUNE ACTIVITIES- ACappeIIa, accompanistg Booster Clubg Said and Doneg Speech Guildg Y.F.C. f AMBITION - Social Worker CAYAN, LISABETH EVA ACTIVITIES - Future Teachersg Masqueg National Honorg Said and Doneg Spanish Club AMBITION - To be an elementary teacher in Hawaii CHAMBERLAIN, DOLORES ELLEN ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - To be a success CHERRY,lAMES L ACTIVITIES - Camera Clubg Co-op AMBITION - To ride shotgun on a garbage truck CLAPPER. ROBERT ACTIVITIES - Basketballg Varsity Club AMBITION - To be a teacher so I won't have to work . Tm , f 1 A! fs fi ff! f , - . ff! , mf fs? ' , ,ffrfrfi A myfmjiyeeyf' 'f ff. ,, Q rg .1 fm' : my, W, ,f eff' ,ff '4 :eww 'wif' ' X fr ws, .. ff, s' fx f E 'myhwf' , wqgwe' .Q 5,2 l I , 4413, ' is' Q ,j:,,if'f , , , 55 A K , VfmVMVW'v -wefwwxmw is ' , ssfgiifff i ff - rfoM.eaW I Nowmhffw IICI I 4 N. 1 ' ' a I is 'W 1. xx V,S1?g7 Yf v if -W: Q N si X f,,s7o 'S A . 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L -1, zI,1: '0 --s:.tS:.Qfst Y sl CLARKE, MARIANNA LOUISE ACTIVITIES - Co-opg French Clubg Hi-C AMBITION - Kindergarten Teacher CLAWSON, DONNA MARIE ACTIVITIES - Latin Clubg Y.F.C. AMBITION - A doctor of medicine glorifying Christ CLAWSON, IRENE L. ACTIVITIES - Future Nurses AMBITION - To raise Kelly Sue COBURN, IIM L. ACTIVITIES - French Club AMBITION - To become an electrical engineer and then sail around the world a few times COLE, SHIRLEY ANN ACTIVITIES - Future Homemakers, parliamentarian Pres.: Y.F.C, AMBITION - Private Secretary COLLIER, SANDRA LEE ACTIVITIES -- Bandg Latin Clubg Masqueg Orchestrag Pro-Musica AMBITION - To slide down the banister of life without getting caught on all the splinters COMSTOCK, MARIORIE HELEN ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - Nurse Instructor COOK, GEORGE ELGIN AMBITION - To get a good job that will support my wife and kids CORY, LEE KATHERYN ACTIVITIES - National Honorg Y.F.C. AMBITION -- To raise a football team of my own for Muskegon COX, TOM ALLAN AMBITION - To be a bachelor CRAFT, DANNIELLE PATRICIA AMBITION - To be a nurse CRAGO, GLADYS MAE ACTIVITIES - Y-Teens AMBITION - Private secretary X hw Q! C S 4 wg ,, X I sf S5 4 Im W X X N f sf! ! 'Q 1 few 7 f Q Ss Q X04 V X X if f S fx? x ' ,N s sz X CRAMER, GARY LEE ACTIVITIES - Baseball, Bowling: Varsity Club AMBITION - To stick up Cherry's garbage truck CRAMER, IACK CUTLER, LINDA GAIL ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Future Nurses, G.A.A.p Latin Club AMBITION - Nurse DANIELS, GAIL SUSAN ACTIVITIES - Boosterg Future Nursesg Keyhole, Said and Done, Y-Teens AMBITION - To be a nurse and have a red and white convertible we X x I X . 4 X --X wc QS' s , Y 1 ' I ffl I-Sfffsf 'eri , A sw Q at . 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Chairmang French Club, Sec.g Orchestrag Pro Musica AMBITION - Professional cymbal player DENTON. SUSAN ISABEL ACTIVITIES - Band: Booster Club: Future Teachers Historian: Pro Musicag Y-Teens AMBITION - Teacher DEROUIN, IOHN ARMAND AMBITION - To pass the physical to join the Wacs DEWALD, IUDITH ANN ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Bowlingg F.N.A.g French Clubg Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be a teacher DEWITT, DAVID CHRISTIAN ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Cross Countryp Track AMBITION - Drafting DIAL, IUDI KAY ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Y-Teens AMBITION -- To attend hair styling school in California DICK, IACK LOWERY ACTIVITIES -- Baseball, Varsity Club AMBITION - To help Reg with his invention DIEDERICHSEN, LARRY S. ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - Architect DOBB, TOM LEE AMBITION - Pattern Maker DOCTOR, VIRGINIA ANNE ACTIVITIES -- A Capella: National Honor: Y.F.C. AMBITION - To go to college w i ,.X.1 16112 wv ff. fi l 327' II ' Z5 ,fn f f f f 7 1 W f f f Q V 7 9 X I 40 ff f Q , f X7 f f f 5 ff f r f A f a, f wr ,4 "Ari ', f fj 'I if 2 1 ,4 I, 53 fg I ij! ff XX I -f if 4 I' if W f , ,,, n DODDINGTON, RICHARD ALLAN ACTIVITIES - Orchestra AMBITION - To make friends DODGE, WANDA LUE ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Secretary-treasurer Masqueg National Thespiansj Student Council AMBITION - To meet a certain spy from Michigan University DOLSEN, BETTY GWENN ACTIVITIES - Boosterg Choir, Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary teacher and to be I G.A.A.I Y-Teens Western happy r jhf-1, f raae DOMONT, LAWRENCE R. I "' f - , ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Band, Pro-Musica: Y.F.C. ,Q , AMBITION 7 To make the world a better place f r-Mr W4 I V1 -- f- DORIOT, IUDITH RUTH ,Eff ACTIVITIES - Future Nurses Club ,,'. AMBITION - Secretary and to marry lim G. X f , DOWDY, GAIL EMILY ' AMBITION - To be a typist and a good wife to Larry ,Q ' Inky Rr ', Lf DOWNEY, GORDON RUSSELL 6 Ruu , A I AMBITION - To become a mechanical flowerpot. iff Q, ' 4" u.,, kj- f 9, -. ,f fe I , CM DRAPER, STUART LEIGH I faae A - AMBITION - Grease monkey IAuto Mechanicl jjif f'y.- !4'ffT,,f if , ' 'Q i 1 I 'f,. I f 'I A DRELLES, IEFFRY ALAN A , f ACTIVITIES - Football, French Club, president , gg I I ,g AMBITION - Own a Thunderbird I -li' 4, 'lx 3 "Zi j 'if DUNHAM, DONNA MARIE ACTIVITIES - Booster Club AMBITION - To be ECKHARDT, SAM a R.N. HENRY ACTIVITIES - Football AMBITION -- To graduate ECONOMAN, NANCY LEE AMBITION - To make enough EDLER, D. DARLENE ACTIVITIES - Libra money to travel. VY AMBITION - To marry Eddie - Secretary EHREAN, ARLET RENEE ACTIVITIES - Co-op AMBITION - To marry my sailor ELZINGA, RICHARD GEORGE ACTIVITIES - Band AMBITION - A pilot in the Strategic Air 'Command ENGLUND, MARIE MAE ACTIVITIES - Boosterg Camerag Student Council: Y-Teens AMBITION - To be helpful and happy ENTSMINGER, IAMES ERB, KAREN IOYCE ACTIVITIES -- Bowling: G.A.A.g Y.F.C. AMBITION - Marry my man! II5 .ff , , v, if are ,Ewa f S . x 'X 'gy ,y , I If J ". i f , ,ww .-1, fr A A . C , 0.1. , V rj ,, 7 mc .1 ff. W Wgam 5 , ,fi f 1 ,ff ff S-Ms ' A f N Af. ,. ,, , ua eq W! ,X -fps af f f f , f f f, ff, j f A if ,..I X , X 'Q 1 X f we f 7 Q! A ,if , if , T 7 X X !,i 4 lei fy , f f N K X ' -T 55 5' ,X ,k,- C fy' , ff 5 , ,,,, fr W 5 5 fr Ti .y S My I 1 I f f X 1 IYQI If , Wi 6, ff 7 f f f A b f I dwg, f iv Al l if I 5 wr nf f , I' ,ff NW S 'QS T, S ,ua , yVE ,,,,,, , . , , I , f.,.1,"'f I ff ' , ,' , f "0-I f 1, . 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AMBITION - To become a Nurse FERRELL, VIRGINIA ANN ACTIVITIES - French Club, Treasurer, Senate, Speech, Y-Teens AMBITION - Nurse FIELDS, ELIZABETH IOANNE IBETTY IOI ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Conservation Club, Masque, Senate, Speech Guild, Secretary, Student Council, Red Cross AMBITION - Be an R.N. and raise a happy family FIELSTRA, KAREN MARIE ACTIVITIES - Bowling, French Club, Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - Teaching FIFOLT, IOHN WILLIAM ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - To be a success FIRESTONE, EUSALINE ANN AMBITION - Housewife ERICKSON, BRENDA ACTIVITIES - French Club, junior Classical League, Orchestra, Pro-Musica, Speech Guild, Y-Teens AMBITION - Music or science teacher ERIG, PATRICIA ERNVALL, PHIL I. ACTIVITIES - Football, Track, Varsity Club ESCARENO, ADAM ESSEBAGGERS, IERRY MYRON AMBITION -- Electrician ESTERLI NG, ALAN WAYN E EVANS, MARIE ANN ACTIVITIES - Future Homemakers of America, Songleader, Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be successful in whatever I attempt EYKE, IEFFERSON DAVID ACTIVITIES - Football, Varsity Club Amsmon - Civil engineering FARRAN, GORDON ALAN ACTIVITIES Bowling League ' AMBITION :To graduate s I 7 I., ff as f II f f ' A W? 2 fi ff X x fi I of America of him fy gm, gs? 4 Ni 4 I FAYTON, SUE LYNNE ACTIVITIES -- Bowling, Future Accountants AMBITION - To marry Ralph and keep him happy. FEIL, LYNDA CAROL AMBITION - To marry Karl and take good FENCL, PAT KAREN ACTIVITIES AMBITION ' I ,fiffrzj A. Iv, I '-i .nr I I ff -IQII., II ,A f ' I 5 , lf Y I 5 af",-I QS is f I .- If I ef, f Ii VJ! ' 'm 'fi - f I I6 f 1. I I ,II I 'f we II 5 I I I I I I I I Booster Club, Variety Show Psychologist ff I I +II -Iwi f X 7 f ff X ,II My ZW , f I W ' J 7 C 4 X ff If ' f "Ziff If 3I f , ,W 6. 4 I I is - 4 I ! Waals, V it I ll xx avi I, W M, f IM Cafe f 15 Z " WZ I,,.I , 4 v- .ff-,I f ff If W fy f , 2,4 W I wa- I ff!! fi FISHER, DAVID E. AMBITION - To drive at the "500". FLOWERS, BETTY IEANNE ACTIVITIES - G.A.A. AMBITION -- To marry Bob FOLK, IUDY MARIE AMBITION - Be a success in everything that's FOREMAN, PAT I. AMBITION - To do what comes naturally, a singing career, maybe FRANTZ, LARRY DON AMBITION - To one day become a C.P.A. FREDRICKS, MARLYCE M. right 1 I' L, V I I I If .-. .PTA ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Carmentag G.A.A.j' Student Council, Sergeant-at-armsg Y-Teens AMBITION - Anaesthetist GABRIFLSON, BIRGER, M. I. ACTIVITIES - Football AMBITION - Electrical engineer GANGWER, THOMAS ALLEN ACTIVITIES - Bowling: Co-op AMBITION - Highiack a beer wagon GAUNT, MARCIA SHARON ACTIVITIES - G.A.A. AMBITION - Next time Bob leaves for the A have him take me with him. GEORGE, DAVID LOYD ACTIVITIES - Band AMBITION - To be a millionaire GEREAUX, IACQUE M. ACTIVITIES - National Honor Society AMBITION - To be happy GERHARDT, ROSEMARY IEAN ACTIVITIES - Co-opg Y.F.C. AMBITION - X-ray technician .F., S Q B S ' W ., 1 I. 3: ,Z S23 A A f , X: b Y S ' N Q V f if S ci I L.. G ,QQ ,, ss-wx 3 , Q, 1, 'ffsiwg rshvwo -Wwdwv fwi' . ' I S . X sw K, 4, 5 Q W cs Q I ,, in so cyl - f' 4 ' X. f., is-nf r fx ' s TSM if s vf 4 f my swsws Q ss .X of ff eg -f f L ,A f W . waxy' f x fy. xg 4. 4, , K foggy. ,.,,,,,g,! 'lifffgzrf I ,cv Amo Av N' I , S Sig vm gf , W -wx! MM? I ,Wi yy .. 1 .44 T .I A ,,.v c ll, V fiefc if aaa!!-if if ,. w'?"S x Swv .. , I I 'Q fw "Mig: . Iftgf i ,sw H I gx .. I if ?:3?3 f gin? golf: 531 .f-49.544 'TEEN W, gg., , ,Q . ,, N gf" ?si -f ,-LC fix? ff W- f : e f, Saws, , fa Q nf , -SF EQ! I- ,I NT. I I E , . we ' " WN' f ' 'fm "ff X SW gi' . W MSM X fi .9-W .77 I We? if? If GERWIN, IDA MAE ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Glee Club Historian AMBITION -- Court stenographer GILL, PETER ORRIN ACTIVITIES - Basketball: Varsity AMBITION - To be a success GILL, TOM B. AMBITION - Conservation officer GILLETTE, KEITH E. AMBITION - To graduate GLASEN, CONSTANCE IEAN ACTIVITIES -- Bowlingg I.C.L. AMBITION - To go to California GLASS, PATRICIA LORAINE ACTIVITIES - G.A.A. AMBITION - To marry Tom Library Club, Club ,fx . "Ei , "q -1 , "h' 'Q - .. y-,xcxgwz fa: . GLEASON, KAREN LOU ACTIVITIES - Library Club AMBITION - To live a full and happy life GLENNIE, PATRICIA ELLEN ACTIVITIES - Band, Orchestrag Pro-Musica: Y.F.C. AMBITION - To marry a certain boy named Bill. GOODRICH, GEORGE M. ACTIVITIES - l.C.L., Choir, Little Red football AMBITION - To become a metallurgical engineer GOOSEN, DARLENE MARIE ACTIVITIES - Booster Club, French Club, Future Teachers of Americag I.L.C.g Said and Done staff AMBITION - Teacher GRANDIEAN, LYNNE DELL ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg French Clubg Future Teachers of America, National Honor Societyg Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary teacher GRANT, LARRY A. AMBITION - Salesman GRANTSYNN, MICHAELA ANN ACTIVITIES - Camera Club, Treasurer, Conservation Club, Treasurer AMBITION - A farmer GRAVES, IAMES M. ACTIVITIES - Basketball, Footballg Keyhole, Sports editorg Radio: Varsity Club AMBITION - To develop ambition GRAVES, IERRY T. AMBITION - Draftsman in the United States Air Force GREENBERG, MARIAN IANE ACTIVITIES-Debate, Forensics, French Club, Vice Presidentg Latin Club, Masque, Parliamentarian and Vice President, National Honor Society, Historian, Student Council, Thespian Society, Vice President AMBITION - Dietician GREVEL, BILL A. AMBITION -- To travel GREWE, IERRY FREDERICK ACTIVITIES - Bowling, President AMBITION - Pilot f ,fiyw .Mfg X Ig: 'V is , N. X V f, , we f f C A . ,f . E , , C I ' so I M412 cl gp 7 ff Q wwe' ,fi k gy, . .I 1-fgf .A- .. I,, fs- f -I ,,-- fg is f an 'I -vm X , , , I ,,f7kA77V !f , 5+ X, flies? ESQ i I-fy 3 sq I' Q 1 I Rm, L f? 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K 3 A Z 5 Wx f ' f f 1 X, f N , ,X Y, f GROENDAL, IIM MERLE , ACTIVITIES - Football GROENDAL MYRA ALYCE AMBITION - To be a writer GUSS, LOUISE ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, I. AMBITION - Teacher HAGE, MARVIN LEWIS ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - Medical Doctor II8 AMBITION - Constructional Engineering 1, AMBITION - To be a success and to keep Iudie D. C.L.g Y.F.C. A I Wx ' -I ' ' I si ,L '- -I V. Z Q. S QMS W f 1 ff X X . f W X Q I J X X ff Z ,X I , .7 S7 X Y I i , g !,, 3 4,3 V Ny, Q., , ,Sem ff , Q-QXMSJQ 1 ' 34' , I ' U ND, fi .- , i Viv' ' ,, iff? Q ,,, 7- 5 .sb .I ,, if . essQ'c-4 1 I-Y as-'w. 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A ,' . ,, ,. .fw iff' 1 . as 'cexwm .af of, 1 , A ,six : ': 5, 512 L' W X , 1 1 Sw N X k X 1 f, , , ef f 4 f A Qs X f I NCQ, W N I Q , f Sr f C , f Qt' Q x Z , X 5 L2 Q I f A wa S , s. ,f . ,,, mscxsbi ff HARRIS, ROBERT IOHN ACTIVITIES - Football: Track: Student Council AMBITION - Coach ACTIVITIES - Y-Teens AMBITION HARTMAN, CAROL LOUISE Forensics: Senate: Spanish Club: - Work my way to Europe on a steamer HARTMAN, IOAN LOUIS ACTIVITIES - Honor Society AMBITION HARTWELL, ACTIVITIES - - Medical techn Baseball: Basketball: Football Latin Club: Varsity Club AMBITION - C.P.A. E G.A.A.: Latin Club: ician HEN RY WALTER National HASPER, IACK B. ACTIVITIES - Band: lets: Pro-Musica AMBITION - Scientific research HASPER, IAMES H. ACTIVITIES - Bowling: Cross Countryg Track Varsity Club AMBITION - To succeed in whatever I undertake II9 HAMIL, FRANCES ANN ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - Secretary HAMILTON, WILLIAM WAYNE AMBITION - Graduate from college HAMLIN, EVA LILLIAN AMBITION - Typist and to marry a HAMM, TOMMY LYNN Y-Teens special sailolj M W ACTIVITIES,-Basketball, Manager: Football, Manager: Track, Manager: Varsity Club AMBITION -- Electrical engineer HAMMOND, DAVID WARREN ACTIVITIES - Bowling: Football: Varsity Club AMBITION - Engineer HANSEN, MARY ACTIVITIES - Carmentag Student Council: Y-Teens, President AMBITION - To be a success HANSON, IUDY SUE ACTIVITIES - French Club: G.A.A.: Senate: Y-Teens AMBITION - To be a teacher HARRIS, CAROLYN LA VEL ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Future AMBITION - Registered Nurse HARRIS, LARRY G. AMBITION - To be a success 1 ,My 40 f 142:15 Z , f -- Q 1, ,iff .-wzaeyj - V' . gig f T, :GMX X ,, In V, , . , - 26 ' My 5. ,Vs-' vs ,rv , I We Q , 4 4 :?V,,.2SW,f , to ,af . ,, , H ,',,f,,ff'W as + ,, W fm ,fa its - ', - fi .5 - s':"'CiSX ,sS,4 f'ff il Q , . ,Z X V U 'f X W f f I W W f X 5 f W gl N 5, 'S f j , ,ft X, V IV fa Q! 4 V 1 f X X , . ,...?gp we A ?,,,f-,W , V G, .7 ,, gif, s,,f I2 Y , X ,, ff 'I f S ' J Ri ,Lyla ii Q , W , X Q 4' '3 , 4 Sf A , 4 , , X ,, , A f yqfk A g,,. Af We Q V 9' 1-ga1Qif:gQ,-' ,, A si: H- f Q ' f !23F:f:1:.jP:' -. si 2 QW Q W I Vfeirpg. IK M, ' ,1'.f,12 ni ' , p I n , , a W If ,R I fi 4? Nurses fx' 1 X . i M , . 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AMBITION - A R.N. and 8.5. in nursing HENRY, EDNA ARMETTA ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Pres,3 Boosterg G.A.A.g Student Council AMBITION - Nurse and then marry one of my ex-boyfriends HENTSCHEL, IAMES FREDERICK AMBITION - Real Estate HERLEIN, NANCY RUTH ACTIVITIES - Student Council, AMBITION - Missionary HERMANSON, IACK ARTHUR ACTIVITIES - Cross Country AMBITION - Accountant HERMANSON, IERRY RAY AMBITION - Draftsman HIGBEE WILLARD LE ROY AMBITION Auto mechanic ACTIVITIES Bowling GAA Student Co AMBITION To be a graduate of Ferns Ins A 'Q yi :ye , M7252 X ,A ' 4 ,,, ,,., . , ai,, i ,f if f Www S - at Q 1 L f A 4' f Yi Zi , Kava? x ff 4 f X X 1 3 , .Q idx K 'QS' I ,Ia Honorg h Guildg uncil tltute HATHAWAY, DAVE ELLIS ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Basketballg Cross Countryg Latin Clubg Tennisg Varsity Club HAWKINS, RICHARD LEE ACTIVITIES - Booster Club AMBITION - Lorraine L. HAYES, WILLIAM HEBESTREIT, SHIRLEY ANN ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - Teacher of history Dr. of Theologyg D.V. HEETHUIS, GERALD H. ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Y.F.C. AMBITION - Draftsman HELLING, SUSAN CHRISTINE and science: ACTIVITIES - Band: Bowling: Orchestra: Student Councilg Pro-Musicag Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary teacher Y E an ff Q4 0 ' , I X' H f my yf V W ww V wir' ,of ,, ,f , . ,,' ff 4 4 QQ ,I 57 f f Z Z 4 ff Z X ' z my f X alff L ,rx If V gm QZQ KZ .W, A sf f D f 5354! W , , f W-'Ewa'-is V . f' ,, ,, ' HIGGINSON, M. DEE ' f D ' . - . ' I ' ,fgQ, ,j ' igg 1 Q . . ., , I I Y-Teens I ' , vw fi ' ff: HILL, CAROL EVELYN ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg French Clubj Future Nurses Ciubg Y.F.C., Secretary AMBITION - To be an effective witness fo r Christ I20 ,, .ST, . f J ff 5, Zfff f Z f 2 6 fffx via! f f 2 Z!! U Q Wi 7 f , 1 M nff5'Z? I 59 HILLIARD, ANITA LOUISE ACTIVITIES - A Cappella: Latin Club, Chorus: Said and Done: Student Council: Y-Teens AMBITION - To lead a happy and successful life HITTLE, LELAND RAY AMBITION - Auto mechanic HLODAN, REVA MAY ACTIVITIES - French Club: Latin Club: Masque, Historian AMBITION - To fulfill my purpose in life HOEKENGA, DONNA ACTIVITIES - Bowling: French Club: Future Teachers of America, Sergeant-at-Arms, President: Latin Club: National Honor Society: Speech Guild: Y-Teens AMBITION - To be an elementary teacher HOFFMAN, IUDY ANN ACTIVITIES - Band: French Club: Orchestra: Pro-Musica: Y-Teens AMBITION -2 MARY HOLCOMB, IOHN F. ACTIVITIES - A Cappella: Latin Club: Masque, President: National Honor Society: Thespians, AMB ITION I I W ,mt-fee' s A , -7 s-es so , Y ,fsywyr y so ,ozsffns-4-ie f ' fi T U if We X as S f 4 J xi 9 C . 4 Q . f fe s Q91 A f . ,.s"'L- ' L, I Q M S 7 E x X A f E X ff s f S X X Q S Ni f S A O' X f X 3 WY X f S Q X Q X Q ,X we L w -b- - '12, Sew frffw V3 'ie on ' QS' A S f r I so l 5,6 t ,xxx , Q X sig In , wffg I fax Historian - Science engineering , ,I SV ,lf sf SW .s ny M yy' i ' f' ,, 'S 14 W1-Z 71 f ifj 1 if if X f ri .gi kijifi , X -rfsff iffy, , V75 f, ,mcK,,f5' , f f fyyw, X fb X -S s 'W 1 , 'f i-140 fi ' , .s S fy.. V. ff f X , X , X f f X411 7 f W QSM Y ffm Sff' , ple I I ,,, :I ff f X 7 l jsf fx QS, , .5 4. x -wig, , ' SUS! 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J W ,9 ' I f, M M - My X' ' ' 1 7 Q , 1 Zack -J f as v 5 gov f , ' ci-72, ' ff' f f . Z" f fm yr S972 .. 4 Wm, . y ., A- c ,Q f 7, LQ X I .f 2, , .,,,5s,4,sc X. , sg M5 ,Q .4 1 I . f f if SWS 2 fs ff - ' I X so A-4 is i M, sQQgfS7Qs S lwfissmv f 'f , Maw Z , jf 'LQ Tye: ., m:wn.y,ge - f' wie- . ,. 'i if jg HOLMBERG, HARVEY RICHARD AMBITION - Automotive engineer HOLMGREN, LOIS ELAINE ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Bowling: Future Nurses Club: Y-Teens AMBITION - To succeed HOMMES, AMBITION IACK L. - Optometry HONDORP, BARBARA IANE ACTIVITIES - A Cappella: Booster Club: G.A.A.: Student Council: Y-Teens AMBITION - To be a success HOOVER, MARILYN IOYCE AMBITION - Office work HOPKINS. ACTIVITIES - Future Teachers Latin Club SANDRA LEE of America: AMBITION - To be an elementary school teacher HOPMA, IERRY LEE ACTIVITIES - Tennis: Varsity Club AMBITION - Go to Alaska and make mon HOUGHTON, WENDY E. EY ACTIVITIES - A Cappella: Carmenta: Cheerleading, French Club: Safe-Teens, Secretary: Student Council AMBITION - To improve HOUSE, EUNICE RAE ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Bowling: Future Nurses Club, Sergeant-at-Arms: G.A.A.: Latin Club AMBITION - To sign R.N. after my name and to grow HOVEY, IUDITH KAY ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: French Club Future Nurses Club, Historian, Treasurer: La Safe-Teens: Said and Done: Student Council AMBITION - To make an itty bitty mark in this great big world HUGHES, CHARLOTTE ANN AMBITION -- Commercial artist HULL, SHARON ANN ACTIVITIES - Library Club AMBITION - Private secretary and to make my guy happy S N l f 4, vi f 1 f I ' 4 , S I ji? ' so jf. sg N1 I IF ', 'SI "wkF'f ' Q Xi aft--' 37-1 .. so L ag, M Q 5, 0 X ly, is .ly I I2I im club HUNT, BARBARA SUE ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Said and Done: Student Council AMBITION - To keep war off the home front HUNTER, MICHAEL GLEN ACTIVITIES - Cross Country HYDE, SANDRA KAY ACTIIVITIES - Senateg junior Red Cross AMBITION - To be a good secretary 'WF .. . X W X L X ,. INMAN,lOHNlVAN S -Q Q.w' ,SQNWSS AMBITION - Government worker h - QR gf. Q X W A IAEGER, CHARLENE ANN ' grwtrfv ' sfieev ' . f'fAA Fwy ACTIVITIES - F.H.A.g Library Club I - f - AMBITION - To work in an office iiii X , - ' Q f"LL Q gifs-X 'IIL sf if cg. If! - Q AVVYI L S .If f ' I. IANoT,sANDRA MAE ft 53,553 Ngegg VX, I 2 I ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Keyhole, Treasurer V j ,Tqfl X . 4 - ,, AMBITION - PM mfefaw IIIC if I f I . 21 , , X Hs, W . S A 'fii 2 I ,I A A I , of m,QI:1olfclfeweoeeievaewofne I f J I SQQZ ,f f X X ff 7 ' I ff " " e f fe I, I ZZffz4wiWIff gf I 1-zff , 2' ff. I or I I Q X l Z! 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Q Ka' ff, 1 it ,fggjk +gi?79? riff' 1 i Q Q: 122 IARVIS, DOUGLAS WARREN AMBITION - Mechanical engineer IENNINGS, ROBERT AMBITION - To become a Teamster Union official IENSEN, CAROL ANN ACTIVITIES - Band: Booster Club: Forensicsg Latin Club, Tribuneg Masque: Pro-Musicag Senate AMBITION - To do my best to light one little candle to make the world a brighter place in which to live IENSEN, DOUGLAS ANDREW ACTIVITIES - letsg Honorary member of Science Seminar AMBITION - Theoretical nuclear physics IENSEN, ROBERT H. ACTIVITIES -- Cheerleading, lndiang Hi-Yp jets: Latin Clubg National Honor Society AMBITION - Engineer IENSEN, TED AMBITION - Mechanic IEI I, LARRY AMBITION - To meet Brigitte Bardot JOHNSON, DARWIN BERT ACTIVITIES - Latin Club AMBITION - To teach IOHNSON, FRED R. AMBITION - To be successful in the field of mechanics IOHNSON, IAMES ARTHUR AMBITION - To be a success IOHNSON, MARY LOUISE ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Bowlingg G.A.A.g Keyholeg Y-Teens AMBITION - To graduate on the honor roll IOHNSON, RICHARD K. ACTIVITIES - Band AMBITION - Architect fsafif-iQ,f ff fi S W Q, fftkii, I5 eg.,,,, f 5 , ,RMS .M 5 f 7' MWISM Ny! A K ' f 'f .sys , il 3' , S,,ff:,7, , gwfgeiliz I ff, ff ,W eggs. name A , f f V!! X M ffm' f f 7 ff X f 7 f f 7 X 1 , WX X f Wi 1 f f f f X fkg J W ff f ff f f 4 W . I H! .. ,awe ,VX f W A f Kg! f , VW A sl f f fir X nz f xi X s fe ,A f 4 X, X xy 35402 Qfn I-if 9 S , ,fl ,S W AI! J Q , A? r ,qs f f f, X fffff s wg " V I IIIE 2 ' .- ff. Ogifef t We gsff ceq ,AQ ,wg ' N fl tie Kwfif A f X J -wr. wg K 'fy qw 5 N77 X was , , - X, fv Y . " Milf - Q 1 w c A at E WX . as if Vi 1 bw ,, 0 4, at - , je: 1 Q f Q f 4 RZXZS S-125 4 f If we Zag. ff f X :fir Q f W ff X I le e f X f 5 A A S, we . W grew , 5 IONIO, SHIRLEY ANN ACTIVITIES - Orchestrag Pro-Musica AMBITION - Private secretary for a "Big" man IORDAN, PATRICIA IYVONNEI ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Y.F.C.j Y-Teens AMBITION - To do what comes natural IOSEPHSON, MICHAEL CLARENCE AMBITION - To be successful IOSEPHSON, PAT A. AMBITION - Draftsman A 7 7 Yugi 5 wffffff 1 cf 26 X 7 A, 1 X X fx A jf me X A Ax , ' f , ff .- www I 4-'Y' ,, A if, Nc f 0 f f KARR, DAVID LEROY ., ,. , E, Q I ,, -1 SVN' AMBITION - Machinist I I KEELER, MARILYNN KAY I E A ACTIVITIES - Y.E.c. A . I - J " AMBITION - Biolo ist f - ,s fe., . ,, E- loo, , ,. ,I ' 2 A KEILLOR, CAROLYN ANN AMBITION - Become a bookkeeper KELLEY, IOHN ANDREW KENNEY, A. '.-, If 1 If KETCHUM, Doms MAE ACTIVITIES - Y.F.c. I of AMBITION - To join either the Air Force, ' 'gf' or Police Force "" KEVERN, BETTY IANE ACTIVITIES - Future Accountants AMBITION - To marry a certain boy named jerry ' KIEFT, ROBERT RAYMOND ACTIVITIES - Football AMBITION - Pharmacist KINNEY, GARY LEE AMBITION - To be a millionaire KIRKSEY, CLAUDEI IE ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg F.H.A.g Future Accountantsg Y-Teens AMBITION -. To join Ossie at Arizona State University KLEMP, RICHARD M. ACTIVITIES - Pro Musica AMBITION - To succeed KLEVERING, LOREN LEE ACTIVITIES - National Honorg Speech Guild, Treasurer AMBITION - Architect KLINGER, IOHN MARVIN AMBITION - To get somewhere in Iif KNAPP, CHARLENE E 'IX ,ff ,K 1 f f S W fx 4 4 efiivs, I 1 fs 1. - W ,M , A E ' ' ff- I . sf f I f i f IQ -,,i f rf X " " Q, fin if' Qzmf' 79' ., IZ3 . y 1 f I sf ' 'A fy XP? f ff, X , Z, ix f W , -f f qw kgff f,, , ifz2f'Z f X fe, ,..,, f,,f fy! iiix ' gf f ,5 , fx ,jf Y ' J L.. , "' A, M W ' Z4 5.. 1? ,W ,, f 1 :Aff f f J V I ff ff 4 MZ X f , W. ,7 4, ' I f , ' W 4 Y I , ,W . yy ,EX fr, , I , bf - 1 3541 f- ff, we ' I mf' ,,," f 71 M f ,,,,, V I , I I 6 ' 1 ' ,, V A , V' gf ff ' ,f , I I , ,, f V1 I " is 2 s ,, SSI , , ,V I X ,rbi , QA- by 'V . , , ygw :fr V, 1' so I t I y i iQ , 3 55 Sw: K S+: Q A l Y ' sf , X f 1 qs H 1 S ' 'I e ik 3,4 9 S Qx 5 CN s X R , S 4 X 4 Q X ye X 25 Q .X fix-I. f ss. as , Bi QQ-,ff I 5 'Ig a 1 X M 'I 5 Au. , Qui x ' LADD, KAREN DIANE , 'I , lf 'I 'mfs f ww 7 . 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AMBITION - To become a nurse LATHROP, SANDRA SUE ACTIVITIES - Boosterg Bowlingg Future Nursesg Keyholeg Y.F.C. AMBITION - Medical Assistant LAWRENCE. LORETTA LYOLA ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Choir AMBITION - To live, love, and be happy fix ' 2' KN EVITT, ACTIVITIES AMBITION IUDY MAE -- Y.F.C. - Secretary KNEVITT, ROBERT LEE A Capellag Choir - To graduate ACTIVITIES - AMBITION KODISH, BARBARA ANN ACTIVITIES - Boosterg Future Accountants: j.C.L.g Said and Done AMBITION - To be rather than to seem to be KOLBE, DENNY A. ACTIVITIES - A Capellag Basketballg Keyhole: Masque AMBITION - To marry the right girl KOOLOVITZ, BEVERLY ANN AMBITION - Marry a certain someone KROGH, HANNAH IUNGCLAUS ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Bowlingg Carmentag Masqueg Student Councilg Exchange Student AMBITION - Lawyer KROLL, PHIL P. ACTIVITIES - Cross Country AMBITION - To marry a rich girl KRUEGER, SHERRIN IOY ACTIVITIES - Co-op AMBITION - To end up with Larry KUEHNEMAN, ERNEST L. ACTIVITIES - Cross Country: Footballg Hi-Y, Pres.: National Honorg Track AMBITION - To be a teacher KUIPER, DAVID ALLEN AMBITION - Draftsman KUIPERS, HENRY LYLE ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Basketballg Bowling AMBITION - To avoid the draft LA CORE, IOHN PETER ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Masque AMBITION - To live a life of service to others V' rg' .f V, 7,7 V IA J, J 'Q f 1 ff Q! L f 4 ,, f, I ky fy ,,, lf, 1 4.1 G If Q. Q' ff 15" v' " 1 ff ,, I , 1 , We ' f- ff ' W 24' ' Wy If 35: ,V ,r g I 5' , iwfi ' 5" Q , ' 9' , '-"rv " , r 1 , , , g , ,, , I 1 . i f 1 I I f I24 AVR Swv, ,iz , asv gm fx , ' V' SQ, f X , Ve s 4 Q 1 " , 'ff ' V V www, ' fs " 'V ' 'f so N2 S V f 'TVVN 1 ' ' WSW X4 'jg , 4 up V f- Q ,433 , , 1 V , yo, ff - B v 4-SM QQ 14" f V12 - f X 5 , , -V:,f . WV WT ff S 1 'M Y 421+ if Qws , f , 4 W 1 f . f . f , , , V . V X X X y as Nl, J X 6 ,X ,f , 4 W y gg! , 1 X N 7 y , 1 7 5 f JS X X fr hx, , new 4 , f AF' W .Q f Is: x X N , ff y ,V we ,, Q LEACH, DIANA DEE ACTIVITIES -- Bowling AMBITION - To survive in this mad world LECKRONE, IUDY SUZANNE ACTIVITIES - Boosterg Bowlingg Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - To get married LEGATZ, NANCY ELLEN ACTIVITIES - Booster, French Club, F.T.A.g Student Council: Y-Teens, Sgt.-at-Arms AMBITION - To see the world while I'm young LEHTO, WILLIAM LEONARD, THOMAS ALLEN AMBITION - Engineer career LESTER, IOHN BRADFORD ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - Auto dealer LE TARTE, CAROL ELLEN ACTIVITIES - Booster Club, Bowlingg G.A.A.g Senate, Sergeant-at-arms, Student Council, Y-Teens AMBITION - To live a happy and successful lite LIEB, ERNIE H. ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Captain AMBITION - Become an engineer LILLMARS, LUKE DAVID ACTIVITIES - Basketball, Booster Club, Bowling, Footballg Hi-Yg Varsity Club AMBITION - Cheer Leader LINDENBAUM, BARBARA KAY ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Future Accountantsg Future Nurses Clubg Y.F.C. AMBITION - To live for Christ and always be able to "laugh at other peopIe's stale jokes" LINDGREN, DURELLE A. ACTIVITIES -- A Cappella, Section leader, Carmentag Latin Clubg Y-Teens, Vice President AMBITION - To become an elementary school teacher LITTLE, SANDRA KAY ACTIVITIES e- French Clubg Future Nurses Clubp Y-Teens AMBITION - Physical therapist ,fy f , , ,, - ' S - , Q. ,asf ,Xie ,, QQWNX I X y . ,Q f X ' ff m S' Vw rf ' A V, ,f ff WKWRQQ . .V 5 fr , , . .I L, X15,,yQa f S ,S 1 'x,,,..s 1 -V , 4 is f , " S ' We YQ as 'V A -sw V . . .511 W Wsil, 5 ' X- TTS k K fi V, X f,?KiVV,EA ' X7 is ,v,,f,s., tw ...rf X X - ff . xi gg, Q 929 if 24 ,,fV . M gl, :gy V ' W A is I a W of age 'sk ' ei 45 W f f V Q , f ? 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X 0 X, ,nw , V.2..:a,m gli , y X, . , LOUGHRIGE, DENNIS EDWARD ACTIVITIES - Baseballg Bowling AMBITION -- Chemical Engineer LUDERS, JUDITH GRACE ACTIVITIES - Future Accountants, Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be a certified public accountant LUNDWALL, LINDA ANN ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Carmentag Latin Club: Said and Done, Y.F.C. AMBITION - To live everyday as if it were to be my last. LUTREY, TIM ACTIVITIES - Footballg Keyholep Art Editorg Trackg Varsity Club AMBITION - Commercial artist MARCIL, CAROL ANN ACTIVITIES - Bowling: Latin Club, Orchestra-Co-Director AMBITION MARECEK ACTIVITIES, AMBITION - Teaching IOHN R. - Cross Country, Tennis - Engineer . fr. MARS, RICHARD ALAN AMBITION - Aviation f MARTINEZ, LYDIA ACTIVITIES - G.A.A.g Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be a secretary the boss's son , MARTZ, DALLAS L. Q 3 AMBITION -- Retired machinist I 32 .vw -N X 4 r X X .ef N -...rn X X S M X X and marry E S I X N Q I X K S Sx E I Q MATTFOLK, IOAN ELAINE ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Future Nurses Clubg Latin Clubg National Honor Societyp Y-Teens AMBITION - To become an R.N. MATTHEWS, DAWN LEE ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - To lead a happy and successful life MATTHEWS, MARVELLA ANN AMBITION - To be a model I x 'SETS .3-iv X we N V Es,-.X EQC E, sf 6 E 4. ,n I I A Pi X . E-2 5 TER H i. , Sd' I E35 Q R s MARTIN, BENIAMIN LEE X 'I , ACTIVITIES - Basketballg Football, Little Reds - , AMBITION - To succeed in anything that I try I, A pi .1 is r, - 1 53 as gg MATTISON, MARY LOUISE QW f If ACTIVITIES - Bandg French Clubg F.T.A.: I me f f 'afr Orchestrag Pro-Musicag Y-Teens I ir f fig RZ I AMBITION - Secondary teacher C if f ,f gg I, 5 nfs V' T A' ,FI g r MATTSON, CHARLES BEN f' ACTIVITIES - National Honor sncieryg ,A Said and Done I. AMBITION - Architect 3 MAYER, IOHN E. AMBITION - Success MC CLAIN, LOLA CHARLENE ACTIVITIES - Library Club, Vice-President, Parliamentarianp Y.F.C. AMBITION - Owner of my own roller skating rink MC CREA, DOUGLAS news cc N Q I . vt FLW 'H 1 ' - nc X ,C at X, I A , . rs x , I 2 A ' f " X I ' "s f SS Mfiw S . 'Q ,xslt f I'ii,fi.f' '19 n',,.',f, - I 5-fffii 126 If I ,fr E , ,ca I If , .. 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Q f Q- its-u f 45- .gm ', 'D Cf ,.-.,r-3' wwf X, -K-' 1' fc- JF I L ,NX-5 y Q: :Q-gf W Jw , Q mf wwf f L, 1 fe f -sw, ,fi-S5 WK if 9 ,, U , V MOCHMER, MARLENE IEAN ACTIVITIES -'Library Club, Treasurer AMBITION -- Typist MONROE, PEARL BELLE ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - To travel MOORE, DAVE A. ACTIVITIES - Baseball: Fre AMBITION - Engineering MORRALL, SUE ACTIVITIES - French Club AMBITION - lt's a secret! MOSELER, nch Club: Hi-Y BARBARA MARIE AMBITION - To be happily married to Ken MOVEY, LEISCHEN ELIZABETH - Band, Majorette: Booster Club: Bowling: G.A.A.: Pro Musica: Y-Teens AMBITION - Nursing ACTIVITIES I27 MEISCH, MAUREEN KAY ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: French Club, Treasurer: Future Nurses Club: Y-Teens AMBITION - Physical or Occupational Therapist MEYER, IOHN MICHAEL lMikel ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Boy's State: Debate: Masque: Treas.: Said and Done: Student Council: Thespians, Pres. AMBITION - To be my own self, at my very best, all the time MEYER. ROSALYNNE SUE ACTIVITIES - G.A.A.: National Honor Society AMBITION - High school music instructor MIDDLECAMP, CAROLYN MAE AMBITION - To go to Muskegon School of Business MIDDLECAMP, SHARIE ARLOWA ACTIVITIES - Y-Teens AMBITION - Private secretary MIKAN, KURT W. ACTIVITIES - Amateur Radio Club, Treas.: jets, Treas.: Student Council AMBITION - To race an Alfa-Romeo in the Monte Carlo MILAS, PATRICIA ANN ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Future Accountants: Girls' Choir: Masque AMBITION - Receptionist MILLER, KENNETH ACTIVITIES - Audio-Visual Club: Y.F.C. AMBITION - Forestry service MILLER, SANFORD ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Cheerleading, Indian: Track AMBITION - To go to college MIXER, MARY ELIZABETH ACTVITIES - A Cappella: Booster Club: Carmenta, Historian and A.F,S. Treas.: French Club: Y-Teens AMBITION - Teacher MIXTER, RICHARD EARL ACTIVITIES - Football AMBITION - To make something out of nothing MIZEREK, IOHN FRANK ACTIVITIES - Booster Club: Debate: Golf: Masque AMBITION - To own a fuel-injection Corvette Jw , HW' Q X I fyjfy f K WW, f, , V. I w ' f f ,Nw s,li A ,f W 5 'I ""' WWW. 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AMBITION - I haven't decided OESTMAN, ILENE MARIE ACTIVITIES - Bowling, Treasurer AMBITION - Secretary MUEHLHAUSEN, LENETTA IOYCE ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg junior Classical League, Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - Airline Stewardess MULL, CAROL ANN AMBITION - Airline Hostess MUNSON, DAVID HERBERT ACTIVITIES - Youth for Christ AMBITION - To retire MURPHY, CHARLES H. ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Hi-Y, Treas., Vice-Pres. AMBITION - Veterinarian NAUTA, BARBARA IEAN ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Future Teachers, Reporterg Spanish Club, Treasurer: Y.F,C. AMBITION - Elementary teacher NEIBARGER, ARTHUR RAYMOND ACTIVITIES - Footballg Varsity Club AMBITION - Sanitation Engineer- drive a garbage truck ' - We I -Ig I -, A W1 9 If f I28 vs.. C 1 C I I C firr ' , 5 'If , ajf f' I 3" I If Sway 0 I A ,ll I -M, It ,W ,Q I s""' , I! 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ACTIVITIES - Spanish Clubg Y.F.C. To live for Someone who loved me first l X Jai, ,f ,g F ' Noggff, , I .gt , 'L I W gc, y , 7 A , qv M , " Aww, ,A of ' A N is Ma W " 'X f 'X 237' is 7., PX .- fyif-W - . , ,Mfr fd ff! 5 W ,, 10 -,fsw , .W " few W -Wifi ' ' Ms wh Wfff, f W ff, ffj ' Q ffj fa ?f f f f 7 X ff f .,, Z.7k,K f V 1 I ft -... g X ci 4' 'iz f 2 L ST' , f S an I IQvf7X3?f2i.3zfftis in? 'W-1 I .QA,I, ..-s771'5.Qw,'-I H fp-if-"g. 'ES x f , , ,I f f f I im-" s f5,f,x,,:,f:Qf':,-.' 5 ,' ,f,ff1?"V'1WfF4 ,. ' . ,I A V I 1 Q ' ,fa iir- Q " low L, , 1' r 'N 7 as H ff " 'S 'f -,nova N . f 2 'X ww. K I c 2 f ' I . -' 2 f f I X I 4 51 I S fp! -- is 4' I ,, S I I I rrrr I f 1. awww l,,,f,-f' S ' I . I29 ,f . 4. 2 as Pu? . , ,vw ' I N E N welll S A, S' ll' sf' ji , ..f"'v Sl wif, ' I os cffzifggi f . .cg J, - I --- - Zz, fx, Y If 1. 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SHARON LEIGH ACTIVITIES - Bandg Latin Clubg Pro-Musicag Said and Doneg Senateg Y-Teens AMBITION - To travel, around the world PETERSEN, MARGARET RUTH ACTIVITIES - G.A.A. AMBITION - Get married? I wonder PIATT, GERALD FRANCIS ACTIVITIES - Bandg Ietsg Orchestrag Pro-Musicag Red Cross AMBITION - Lawyer ww , .- aaa PICKLE, ELOISE MAE ACTIVITIES - Bandg Carmenta, Recording Secretary, Parliamentarian, Presidentg Latin Club, Lictorg Prom Co-Chairmang Pro-Musicag Student Council, Recording Secretary AMBITION - Elementary teacher PIZANA, IRMA IOSEPHINE ACTIVITIES - Library Clubg Spanish Club, Secretary, President AMBITION - Spanish teacher and marry jerry PLETCHER, GEORGE' EARL ACTIVITIES - Track AMBITION - To accomplish whatever I attempt PLONT, BEVERLY IEAN ACTIVITIES - French Clubp G.A.A.g Y-Teens AMBITION - To graduate PLONT, ROGER GEORGE ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Tennis AMBITION - ? time Q u 9 A. . S+ x i I9 E, 9 ww., s - ,fc , sf AI .hge V N' ' I M I -'ef Ll, nf s. .K ,X ' ' S gg .L w.....s Q-S.. 1 gf A 'Si' -A :J-Pf"i I fi fi Ma ' PLUMHOFF, BRUCE WAYNE 5, ACTIVITIES - Basketballg Football 'JAX Wi MBITION - Dentist , I W A POSTEMA, PATRICIA IEAN A A ,M ACTIVITIES - Y-Teens ,WL I ' V - I we , , AMBITION - To work in an office . wk fy.v:,, L' K xl K tr f if I 1j"fT " + atb - 'ff' iiii , POTTS, LAUREL M. 5 X' H ACTIVITIES -sBooster Clubg Pro-Musica V N XM MBITION - ecretary Q' V, Q PREDKO, JAMES Ax. L. PRELL, RONALD CHARLES my it AMBITION - Mink raising R vii? PRICE, GARY L. M Xgx, T ACTIVITIES - Debateg Forensicsg National Honor Societyg srudenr Councilg Hi-Y I I AMBITION - To get the best education I can PUGH, CHARLES I ISSS B S IRK H RON ANN A U P. I,,, , QU , 5 A ' , ffwit ' 1 - S , It ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg Future Accountants R as NM a , . . . T, ' SS' Q ' I 5 f A I: of Americap Y-Teens ip MN qq. ' L ,gift , AMBITION - To grow and to be a better person ,A N. A I W A RADEL, NANCY LOU 7-Rv R L A 'fi' ev" . ACTIVITIES -- Booster Clubg Future Nurses Club: . . I I Y-Teens . Y-fi A 4 AMBITION -- Elementary teacher ff L R- s.eI I 'fs , R- sf REED, KAREN JEAN CCTIVETIES -E Booster Clubg Bowlingg ' atin u , C orus AMBITION - Nurse I E as rier 1 ff I SSRI B REIMER, KAREN LEE igff '- ' ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Bowling: Future Nurses fgik'-IJ - I V ' of Americag Student Council :" K - 3 AMBITION - To be a success in whatever I do , 1 r'.' I Te ff-A 1 , -Ts 5 : A F T, REIMER, LINDA KAY ' .. L -I , , 'Q 1 ACTIVITIES -- Future Accountants of Americag 'RAE ' National Honor Society we f , T17 I l AMBITION - Missionary Nun 5 C . V I I f REINERTsoN, MARILYN LUCILLE 130 ACTIVITIES - Carmentag French Clubg Latin Clubg Student Council: Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary teacher - A Z ' I 31 WI? 5 I' '..k' X ff , ,f fr 2 W, a iff' -W . wif , W f WW 427 " I I z " gf 1 ' f 'C fy' gf 4: I, A-Wi j,f,i,,y,f -1 Ziff, M I , 55,77 A I f',-L - I , It :S mf N245-525 Z f - vi' 7? hi '.Sff'i'z! WX! f T " ff 'f P U UW i ' 3 I I I f f Ai V A 2 ,, 'k.. i f ff' L, ' -' X ff xx 0 4 :UW1 f fff. 'Z f, f, X75 W Iv, M61 X ,-W X. U, ff-C. f f ROBIDOUX, ACTIVITIES AMBITION with Winkie ROBINSON AMBITION RODES, RO ACTIVITIES AMBITION D DOUG Football, Trackj Varsity Club .TE open a barber shop In , IOSH UA ELLIOTT BI President of General Motors N ELAINE ANN Camera Club Nurse ROER, INEZ LEE ACTIVITIES - Chorusg Future Nuress, Sgt. -at-Arms, Historian, Said and Done, Senior Life Saving: Speech Guild AMBITION - Nurse ROLFE, RICHARD KENNETH ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Booster Clubg Cheerleading, Hi-Yg Masque AMBITION - To be ambitious ROP, KENNETH IAY AMBITION - Diplomatic Service RORK, MARY IANE ACTIVITIES - Future Nursesp French Club, Future Teachers, Y-Teens AMBITION - Elementary School Teacher ROTHOFF, LINDA LENORE ACTIVITIES - Booster Club, Future Nursesg AMBITION - To be an educated bum ROWE, PATRICIA ANN ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg G.A.A.g Y-Teens AMBITION - Dancing Teacher RUSSELL, IOAN ELAINE ACTIVITIES - Carmenta Literary Society, Latin Club, Student Council AMBITION - Elementary Teacher SABIN, BONNIE IEAN ACTIVITIES - A Cappella: Latin Club: Speech Guild, Y-Teens AMBITION - To grow taller and get a college diploma SABIN, RICHARD W. ACTIVITIES - Baseball, Football AMBITION - To build my own house Y-Teens I3I REINERTSON, MARVIN D. ACTIVITIES - Band AMBITION - To become a conservation officer RICHARDS, CAROL A. ACTIVITIES - Band, Future Nursesg Orchestrag Pro Musica AMBITION - Nurse RICHARDSON, BETTY LOU ACTIVITIES - Future Teachers Senior Hi h Chorus accompanist AMBITIOEI - Music Teacher 3 Said and Done, RINEHART, SANDRA LEE ACTIVITIES - Bowling, French Club, Future Accountants, Treasurer, Presidentg Future Homemakers, Treasurer, Reporter, Y.F.C.g Y-Teens AMBITION -- Airline Stewardess RISK, WILLIAM ROBERT ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Footballg Latin Club AMBITION - Graduate from Medical School RITTER, KAREN LEE ACTIVITIES - Bowling: Latin Club, Sena Student Council, ,Y-Teens AMBITION - To improve te: f f ,Cf A ---I f A is I 4 X ,VN eye gf ,f , x , , .em +v,i 'f ff, , f.-'.-, I, , ,gr ,f f , f A -5 f 'fy , .6 WIZ Qffff. 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ACTIVITIES - Baseball, Hi-Yj Varsity Club "T S"' .,?+ Hs-' AMBITION - Highway engineer istreet cleaner! is L, SAUNDERS, RON ARTHUR so ACTIVITIES - Little Reds ' fs - AMBITION - Be a bum or a millionaire if -- SCHANZLIN, ELISE ANN ACTIVITIES - Booster Clubg French Club, Future Nurses, Secretary, Presiden Said and Doneg Student Council AMBITION -- Nursing SCHAUB, IUDITH BEA AMBITION - To find a certain 4 ,Z f ,f 1 ? ff fif ff C , N.-J N NEW A I X R X If 13. , , 1' . 5 aigbwi V ' I 19 'l' s A . . yo, my W I - I V -., i M ,A '-LQ , ' ' so SR I QI s RA.-' xii fi someone 'R s ,V fr X is 1 ' ' JA, 'sf fle- sm, fe , -vw.. H! -4 7,5 .s , fww: 4, fb f . 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AMBITION - Elementary school teacher SCOTT, IO ANN ACTIVITIES - Senateg Senior Life Savingg Student Council AMBITION - To find out what I want to be SHEESLEY, DIANE MAE AMBITION - To work in an office Q R , X .3- ss: Q' w 5 'C I 5 S xc'-N fr I . K X f 9' W is f fd SIMPSON, SANDRA LEE ACTIVITIES - French Clubg Future N Senatep Student Councilg Y-Teens AMBITION - To be a nurse SIPLON, IIM D. AMBITION - Printer SIPLON, IERRY RONALD AMBITION - To do little work and a lot of money SITZEMA, NANCY LEA AMBITION - Beautician SKEELS, CARROLL LOUISE ACTIVITIES -- Y-Teens ff If ,g ..c,,.,, , , Q ma, ' R f Y f , Wiz , iw. 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AMBITION - Telegrapher-Railroad operator SHRIVER, IUDY LE ACTIVITIES -- Y-Teens AMBITION - Art career SIEPLINGA, LARRY AMBITION - Own my own business SIITER, ROLLAND IAMES ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg National Honor Society AMBITION -- To always be content with what I have, but never with what I am ' fyqc X ,,2f,., f , I ,-, k rf,-I af' ' .54 - f Q -7441 h f X ,y , f X f f Wgj - gf ,f 2, fg. 4 if 7-Wiffs QS "I -ff W W, WW C , .-ff, - ,X W.-,fs w :M f, Wf f , f f y X X , 7 f f ygM,wq5c-' f W Q6 f f xi f X f 'fy f Q4 I" was f . ,f ff f.sWvy w UZ? if wif? is - ff? I., - WSL We 1 X fe, x xv' f V- f , P f.,Vf ,' F :Q 'U , f W ii 5, f XL: A fb X 3 wwe at .X aw, y if Wsffif' gg ,af S C W f, Y f 1 ff f sg, f, r xv f'N:H?5?5f-' fK:43'r-43 x It - i 5 MM any 1, A ,X , 4? I s Q .WY - Wy. W AAS, . ff .- aw.: , 7, C M. W Jf fnys f , 6 s ey My Q 2 7 fi f ' 6 s fc I f ffl w k? sz ,' ., ,W f , 'vjlhj J W, M. auf., ., swf., V ff . I ,ff if? 'ZW K 'gl , Wy' fig!! fy' if ,pf If , , MJ, , X yt' ff A . 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AMOU R, SANDRALI Force ACTIVITIES - Y-Teens, Future Accountants, Secretary AMBITION -- To make a million STEUERWALD, CHARLES HURBERT ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Bowling AMBITION - To be a conservation officer STEUERWALD, CHARLOTTE ANNE ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - To make Pep a good wife STEVENS, IANE ELLEN ACTIVITIES - Student Councilg Choir: Masque, Sergeant-at-arms, Y-Teensg French Club, Sergeant-at-arms, Booster Club 3 Bowling AMBITION - To be as successful as possible STEWART, DON AMBITION - jeep jockey STEWART, IIM AMBITION - To get rich and retire at Zl STOOPS, BETTY I. AMBITION - To get married STRANDBERG, DONNA LEE ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - To live a happy, successful life f, ef-rf "" iii i f X X ff 2 1 'as , nw-2011, , E f , ' I I fl MQ X 1 ,V gf - ,fm ,' , gym, N, , Zyff f , My , 1, ,,,0 M ,,,., , Z ff" f' ' L TQ 1 limi, ,f , 2, iaii if Vocails iiii ,iii URW?" 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' AMBITION - To sign R.N. after my name f , efzry, . .f,fi7-W, X, 'Vi , S f' af, f f if f,f, f 2 , , ' R XZ N gf' 'I 0, . , SWARTZI ERRY 1,1545 I,Ie . nf f max, , .,, ,, ,,,s f f If R3 SWENSON, MIKE PROCTOR ACTIVITIES - Bandg French Clubp Masque: Speech Guild, Sergeant-at-arms AMBITION - To have 'ISO wives by graduation and open the first tavern on the moon to was .as ., 2 Q.Q1g5 X Yes s x Q ZW,-Wi, " f' I-DW: , 1, ff-fffzffe , ..-!f,.f,1. f A, eu , f. W gf W' 'S ,, , if if QC? K .W I ' f ff My , , ,4 . , -sff,,V,,a f f ff mf f v 1 ,W .Sf ' V 45-MXLWCW I -Zzff-W 727, ,f get away from them SWETT, ROBERT A. ACTIVITIES - jetsg Radio Club AMBITION - Electronics SWEET, TOM IASPER ACTIVITIES - Bowling AMBITION - To be a good little boy TAKAHASHI, SAKI ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Student Council, Varsity Club: Exchange Student AMBITION - To master, at least, three foreign languages TAULBEE, SANDRA LEE ACTIVITIES - Latin Clubg Pro-Musicag Senateg Student Council 5 Y-Teens AMBITION - To be successful in all I do TAYLOR, VIVIAN LEE ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg French Club AMBITION -- Secretary TENNANT, SANDRA LEE ACTIVITIES - Spanish Club, Treasurer, Reporter, President AMBITION - Teacher THIES, DAVID LEE ' ny as qw, 17 asv Q51 f 3 ffm vyQAf , V ,,,, , s . I 9 ,JIM .LL. S, ,.-, , .. 2,213 f ' 4: S f Vfygfz..-,iff 3 I' , ' 1, 1 3.4 5,4 I I I I V M 352 .- M V , ,,,,k ,MX C . 4, . i,, 'Q M I WI flax' MVY4 74, 5 W, I :rf A 'X ' , k ,.-, Q " ' Q? ff ,f II Pi b fiffw I xl! f f ff V X W X .ag 7 S7 f , , . 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AMBITION - To be a successful housewife TILFORD, SUE CLAUDINE ACTIVITIES - Bowlingg Y-Teens AMBITION - Private secretary TOBIN, IANET KAY ACTIVITIES - Library Club, Historian AMBITION -- To be successful in life TOUSEY, SALLY LOUISE ACTIVITIES - Bandg Boosterg Carmentag Pro Musicag Said and Done AMBITION - To improve TOWNSEND, CAROL MARIE ACTIVITIES - Library Club AMBITION - To get married TRAWEEK, B. IRENE AMBITION - To make the people around me happy TRELOAR, DAVID REX ACTIVITIES - letsg Radio Club AMBITION - Engineer TRIPP, CAROL ANN ACTIVITIES -- Conservation Club AMBITION - Medical technician TURNS, BEVERLY TWINING, DENNIS RUSSELL ACTIVITIES - Footballg National Honor Society: Tennisg Varsity Club AMBITION - Chemist ULBRICH, CHARLES ACTIVITIES - Baseball: Footballp Varsity Club AMBITION - College UMSTEAD, IACQUELINE ANN AMBITION - Accountant or bookkeeping teacher v,.,WI,WW II I I ,I II I ,, I II ,L ki I Sf SEL F " ss ' S f -'iirffffp' - L. 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Isa. fi" "'11:L LQ: C4931 FB: A . ,.- ,Mu fu-:J VAN ANDEL, KENNETH DALE ACTIVITIES - Bandg National Honor Pro-Musica f,fs,.,.L ,xo '-.ff ,L LL4- 4 WN A LL-Wea E s ff -, L, L., A ,, ,, 2 man 1: I L f- ff ying, ' I if jfufffyj M' , L Q5 ffI!fI.ffy V aff-'L 7 V Lif I vs 'SW , I ,MI I 4 L fj I 1 M f Z J 'ZX , ' Societyg AMBITION - Teoretical nuclear physicist VANDEN BOSCH, PATSY LOU ACTIVITIES - Y.F.C. AMBITION - Office work VA I ,season 'LEE ACTIVITIES - Future Nursesi Clubg 'Latin Club AMBITION - To be a nurse and to that "one little Candle" VANDERLEEST, IOAN DARLA light ACTIVITIES - Future Teachers of America: Library Clubg Spanish Club, Vice Presidentg Y-Teens AMBITION -- Teacher VANDERMOLEN, DAVE LEE ACTIVITIES -- Footballg Track VANDER VEEN, IUDY ANN ACTIVITIES - Bandg Latin Clubg P AMBITION - To do all things well ro-Musica E MX- , X XX X X fi "g' ' I ' 'QE 9 3422 2 isbn .X f-Xff si A S , .'X5 'QQ X X X 4 , , WW Z I f Q. , X f X 1' mt A Xszqlf M X MX f , fX A fr T X ff ' X9 ' " 'F ,, ' . X ., M4 I z ' . ' X' f, K fx, ' IQ " Q? 7 , . ' ' Z Vw a ,s X X X fx f ' ' X aNfX X 42 ,B ZX X sv SXQ IZ-32 fx X 'Q , TVN sa X C 'X X fN ' X 6 f A., 4 , fs e X 1 f S, , 1 sq Wk X Q 2' in A X Q fy A X 1, 5: N so X ,S 7 fy, , S ,XX X , AX 1- 5 O Ns, If X , uf 3 -Xlfgerbs , X 2 XM . - X 'EU fX fi X V ' if 9, 4- W! -A-X, fs ss .X X, , X ,, .L , V X. 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AMBITION - To be what God wants me to be VANDER WEG, IEANNE LOUISE ACTIVITIES - Future Nurses, Treasurer, Vice-Pres., junior Classical League, National Honor Society, Vice-President, Said and Done, Editor-in-chief, Student Council, Treasurer AMBITION - Nurse VAN DYKE, IOAN REVA ACTIVITIES - A Cappellag Latin Club, Y-Teens AMBITION - Secretary VAN KEKERIX, WILMA PETRONELLA ACTIVITIES - Future Accontants, Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be a secretary and sit on my boss's lap. VAN PELT, IERRY LEE ACTIVITIES - Cross Country, Tennis, Track AMBITION - To be happy, healthy, wealthy, and wise VAN REGENMORTER, PATSY ANN ACTIVITIES - Band, Future Nursesg Future Teachers, Orchestra, Pro-Musica AMBITION - Nurse VANTREPOTT, VICTOR THOMAS VEDDERS, MARILYN IUNE ACTIVITIES - A Cappella, Booster Clubg Y.F.C. AMBITION - Secretary VEIHL, LARRY ACTIVITIES - Band, Baseball AMBITION - Bachelor VELTMAN, SANDRA VERVEER, IACK GUY VOGELSONG, FLORENCE MARIE ACTIVITIES - Library Club, Y.F.C. 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AMBITION - To go to Bible School WHITNEY, NADINE RAE ACTIVITIES - Pro-Musica, Y.F.C. AMBITION - Missionary , ,,,, H K . q , , I f Q QQWE QW W V , it S WALL, BEVERLY ANN AMBITION - To become airline stewardess WARD, RICHARD LEE ACTIVITIES - Baseball, Bowling, Football AMBITION - To make an easy million WARD, SUE ELLEN ACTIVITIES - Bowling: Carmenta, Corresponding Secretary, Latin Club: Senior Lifesaving, Y-Teens AMBITION - Secondary teacher WARREN, MARCIA IEANNE ACTIVITIES - Debate, Forensics, Future Nurses Club, Secretary: Senate, Y-Teens AMBITION - Nurse WEAVER, LARRY DEAN ACTIVITIES - Basketball, Footballg Varsity Club AMBITION - To go to Community College WELCH, IAMES CHARLES ACTIVITIES -- Hi-Yg Latin Club AMBITION - High school mathematics teacher WENTZLOFF, KAREN LEE AMBITION - To be a secretary WERLEY, IUDY KAY AMBITION - Secretary WERNER, IANICE RUTH ACTIVITIES - Future Nurses Club, Y.F.C. AMBITION - To be happy and successful WESSEL, BEVERLY IEAN ACTIVITIES - Y-Teens AMBITION - Bowlingg Carmentag Student Council: Elementary teacher MARILYNN LOUISE Library Clubg Y.F.C. To do well in whatever WESTCOMB, ACTIVITIES - AMBITION - I undertake NANCY ELLEN G.A.A.g Y-Teens Medical Technician WESTGATE, ACTIVITIES -- AMBITION - XX , ff 7 fy f 7 f f 1 if if ' f ' ff y M f 4 Z ff ff N.", j 1 y A. Q. My f f ,ff f , ,S 7 1 if ,W -af ,wf ,y , ,I ,ff f fff f ff ff f , Z ,ay f f f f f f 1 f Z' 7 1 1 7 f X! fav' VF kk.. 5 , . y sf frri 'f ,ff R, A of 5' ,ff V V , 1 K y u W 'ijrf 51 ,ia , tw 138 ff , 4,, ff f f M, W , f, ,,f X if V If iw, 'iw' f www- , fyyyl, X f, ,X ' 1 1- ww vw 'Mfr Z I 1 f 4 ,f ,1 f if X f 4 'M JZ fi 2 W W J Q f Q ff, W., , Z? ' 'ff' A ff ,f WQW4, , f 2 ff fff ff 1 ffl I I A 4 Q if ? A SQWM, S, 1 S CMMS Lfyw isf-:ff N -xg X SWN ,C I '- I ,A 41 " ,. -I is Sa S 22.55 Y IYig!if" Q, S 1 2, QS-N L if-nh , S s ff 7 S , g X S is v X fx? 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AMBITION - To change my name WIERENGO, GEORGIA ANN ACTIVITIES AMBITION - - Bowling: Said and Done: Y-Teens Private Secretary WIERENGO, ACTIVITIES AMBITION - to do something RUTHANN - Choir: Library Club Someday, somehow, somewhere, WIERSMA, IANICE LYNNE - Carmenta: Latin Club - Elementary Teacher ACTIVITIES AMBITION DONALD GENE WILLIAMS, - Debate -- Medicine ACTIVITIES AMBITION WILLIAMS, MARY IELAINEI - Basketball: Softball - To be happy and make ACTIVITIES AMBITION others happy RONALD EDWARD - Track - To avoid the draft WILLIAMS, ACTIVITIES AMBITION WILLIAMSON, CHERYL IEAN ACTIVITIES - A Cappella: Orchestra: Y.F.C. AMBITION - To improve WILSON, IILL ACTIVITIES - Carmenta, Historian, Reporter: French Club: Masque, Sargeant-at-Arms: Y-Teens AMBITION - To write something witty in the yearbook V iyyle V f . 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Broadway at Fifth MUSKEGON HEIGHTS Phone 3-2141 VANDERVELDE'S OFFER COMPLETE HOME PLANNING AND DECORATING SERVICE FOR YOUNG HOMEMAKERS Two members of the 1959 graduating class, Ian Davis and Lynne Grandjean, look over fabric samples in one of the attractive furniture displays at Vander- 11elde's. Expert decorating service is offered free to all laomemakers. 172 FOR QUALITY PORTRAITS Mary johnson and Doug Robidoux find if difficult to make o final onoloo from mo proofs. ClIRISTENSON'S STUDIO 97 East Diana Phone 2-8603 You Solicit Our Support We Solicit Your Cleaning . . . - 5 -, . Y a Compliments of QW 'W 9 'Q 0 7' n w 0 Q CLEHNERS mc. llllred J. Hunter 81 Company HENRY AT LAKETON WHERE THE GOOD WORK COMES FROM! 173 I Ne IIS is III! sl iw X I Lakes Restaurant and 110111199 as HAPPY - GO GALY "Serving Charcoal Steaks, ' IIIBIII IISLHLII LIO. Chicken, Spare Ribs, and Seafood" H24 Peck Street - Phone 22-628 AL GALY, BOB PORTER- REALTORS 428 W. WESTERN With Best Wishes From . . . 1 2 I I 329 W. WESTERN DIAMONDS SILVERWARE YOUR NEW DIMENSION IN MOTORING . . . Parks on a postage stamp . . . Turns on a dime . . . Looks like a lady Flies like a bird . . . Runs on pin money . . . And cost less to buy The "HIRE" by Studebaker BOWEN FISCHER MOTOR CO. 3550 AIRLINE RD. MUSKEGON MENZIES DRUG STCRE "The Biggest Little Drug Store In Town" Muskegon, Michigan 1793 Beidler Street I74 LN Everything for the office, except machines - chairs, desks, Fire- Files, filing cabinets, indexing systems, loose-leaf and payroll equipment - 4,000 products, each "time-engineered" to help get more done, easier, and in less time. , 'Built Like: 1 Sue Ward shows Barbara Moseler and Pearl Monroe V... the fine quality work that is done at Anme Cleaners 81 llyers Largesf Exclusive Makers f Office Furniture ond Filin: c6For People Caren Equipment in the World Third at Houston Beidler at Laketon The Muskegon Bank l and Trust Company ARBOR FLORAL CO. - 38 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE - "Our Flowers are always Greenhouse Fresh" Peggy Hollander andh Bill BIOTTIIEY find it isheasy dfo start a sa 'ngs account w ic wil elp inance t eir e ucafion. " 1222 Peck sr. 175 Sam Waalkes, Betty jo Fields and john Christenson find it easy Nancy Westgate plays the latest records on the fine to pretend they are in business with the latest style phonographs available at Beermans. in office equipment found at llfflce Supplies g '4 885-887 Terrace Street 908 Terrace SI' MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC Serving Muskegoris Best Homes Since 1900 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS udy Carlson, Dick Rolfe and Karen Boes try the fine sectionals found at ' Pine street MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN rm: srnm rumurunls co. Phone ma 176 So much more for so much less- Eloise Pickle says to choose a modern gas clothes dryer. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY as Qhttf Qmhzzfzy Q Quality and Service in Flowers 35 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE 1333 APPLE AVENUE PHONE 6-2114 BaXter9s Y l9l5 Peck Street W lO5O Getty Street Congratulations to the Class of 1959 - IIIICHIGIIII B0lllLII'lG CEIITER Brunswick Automatic P1912 Setters PHONE 2-3489 441 W. WESTERN AVENUE MUSKEGON I77 Western Auto Associate Store These are the men who will se you - H rm Arnouts, Vern Mustard, jerry Eaton, john Rogers, with Tige Ma th seated in the center. L WDDDMEN ACCIDENT AND HOME OWNED AND OPERATED - DON ALEY, Owner AUTO suPPLlEs - ACCESSORIES - TIRES SPORTING GOODS - HOME suPPLlEs L'NC0L"' NEBRASKA l655 Apple Avenue Phone 2-7495 391 Apple Avenue Phone 2-3458 LAKESIDE ELECTRIC C0 Carole Mohr and Henry Hartwell are pleased with the fine selection of gifts from Ben and Tump Bricker's Gift Shop. Charles Mattson looks pleased about the "turkey d'nner" jeanne VanderWeg cooked in the modern kitch at 1 tv "You Phonel - We,ll Wire 'B pal-14-gout CHINA AND GNFT SHOP 1855 Lake Shore Drive 359 W' WeS'e"' Phone 23562 GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES I78 ,W 2' , , J, fo- z 7, , fzgf x 'WDW-, " YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER Fresh Hows See GMM says George Wolf to Elolse Plckel. cvmaaf Fred knack Ford Inc. FLOWER SHOP Peck at Sherman UNUSUAL CORSAGES '., , 25515 , rzfg 1 WEDDINGS GIFTS MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 1373 Peck Phone 2-3391 777 EAST SHERMAN BOULEVARD MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN 'I79 Best Wishes to the Class of '59 KAREL AND SON'S hardware YEAR AROUND TOY AND HOBBY SHOP Phone 2-3304 936 PINE STREET OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE Best Wishes For Success CROWN finance corporation Dave Fletcher Hugh Hutton 1651 APPLE AVENUE MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN TELEPHONE 2-8282 Quality Pictures at zz Price You Can Ajord E CAL .IOHNSON'S CAMERA SHOP 8 STUDIO 503 CATHERINE PHONE 2-5986 Chuck Mattson and jim Doubles are shopping for I k in the modern surroundings found at th "Muskeg0f1's Finest Store for Men and Boys" 180 32204 33633 Sales Service Bill Lake and Mary Rork agree that this Rambler wagon is real cool. DERBY RAMBLER SALES AND SERVICE NASH, HUDSON, and METROPOLITAN IMPORTS 2922 PECK STREET MUSKEGON HEIGHTS "Everything for the Man" and now featuring CAROL HILL showing 'EMISS HIDEAWAY7' SPORTSWEAR Marilyn veddefs and am Hamilton discuss the latest gossip over cakes. For Fine Food amz Pl eafa n f suwoumzings .crop at VETS MEN 'S WEAR .1 T, 201 W Western 1 l-LRI-LAN Famous RICHMAN BROTHERS Clothes 1218 GETTY STREET PHONE 2-3091 181 21?ac0'um ploto .gletvice S O W H H T E "Everything Pbafogmpbfw B A K E R Y W' Bob Kieft certainly seems impressed with th Elise Shanzlin considers the purchase of a gift from looks of the new 1959 Pontiac. Christine Nelson at Elaines. q q s some my ax 'za sfzsaca Ufzf' 'K fi' f ' Z" Wmdatt-Pontmc , , Lf 4 fiom 2001 Peck Street Phone 2-6046 E my A im: N E 9 J MUSKEGON HEIGHTS ART AND sm emma 2005 .faizsgozz btw: Juusgzgon, dlflicgigan 182 OPEN YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT AT b If ' I AA,A A A 1' ,Q LA-iw: , ' AO NO A rllllf AA ' QU . T XA M ' MUSKEGON Rolf-alrena Mm Your Favorite MUSKEGON FEDERAL LARGEST RINK IN MICHIGAN S 6' ASSOCIATION "Block Front Building" on First Street 1360 E. Laketon Avenue Phone 2-9427 l FOR A REFRESHING TREAT STOP AT THE 0 an - Cad lie 1800 APPLE AVE. Inside or Curb Service PHONE 2-6940 183 DAMM HARDWARE CO. 635 OTTAWA STREET "The Finest in Albletir Equipment" COMPLIMENTS OF - IJIIZIIIIY CLEANERS OPPOSITE CENTRAL CAMPUS "Quality's Care Means Longer Wearf' With Best Wishes From . . . I 9 Cwagemmaleen 9 MYUUR FRIENDLY FLORIST" 1236 Apple Avenue Telephone 2-3126 Inez Roer and Linda Rothoff admire the styling of the new Plymouth. PLYMOUTH - DESOTO - CHRYSLER we-S sakivegam..igfgrotseanfmfkfgaeiexffy planned IMPERIAL - RENAULT Dobben Motor Sales, COLE'S BAKERIES I IIC. Main office - 636 wesf Grand Avenue 270-280 Apple Avenue Muskegon "Nobody Um! effe 115 Dobbenff 184 7 ixhgngxxyol -, -.:'iZ' 9 3: XS?-E' . 1 I H in tlly S 0 Q . .--ng gn A I ':' Wa ig' I I Q. W ' I 'Vim s SW PRODUCING ENGINES FOR USE ON LAND, AT SEA, AND IN THE AIR, For Over a Half-Century CONTINENTAL MOTORS CORP. MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN "Sign of Good Taste 99 Zlnbterbnff if-Blnrtuarp B ,d M A ,h ,, C ora, We Invite Your Confidence The PECK AT LARCH COCA-COLSLOBOTTLING Phones 2-5717 and 2-8655 MUSKEGON 185 Qc ide Cfaaa 0 ,5Q Calvin N. D'Bruin, graduate of Muskegon Senior High School with the Class of '48, is a member of the Research and Engineering Staff at Sealed Power Corpor- ation. His advancement with the company to his present position exemplifies the opportunities available at Sealed Power Corporation for ambitious graduates who are willing to work for and accept more responsibility. Upon completion of your formal education Sealed Power affords alert young men and women opportunities for a rewarding livelihood. :axis mofafio MOTOR PA R T S LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINE PARTS PLANTS IN MUSKEGON HEIGHTS AND ST. IOHNS, MICHIGANQ RocHEsTER AND LA GRANGE, INDIANA AND STRATFORD, ONTARIO 186 Movey Steel, Inc. 487 W. Forest Avenue Telephone 2-3548 Engineering and Materials Handling Industries Representatives of Baker Industrial Trucks Division of Otis Elevator Yale and Towne Hand and Electric Hoists Louden Overhead and Monorail Systems f x x I The Salesman has Larry Smith and Dick Rolfe in a tizzy trying on the latest sweaters. ffafzald' Wie 70 featuring NATIO-NALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS for young men 854 JEFFERSON PHONE 2-5446 Gary Cramer watches a printing process at THE COMMERCIAL PRESS "Master Printers" 1981 Sanford Phone 2-2575 ludy Carlson shows Charles Mattson the stationery she chose for her graduation "thank yous". He seems to approve of her choice made from the large selection at Daniels. ffclass Portraits of Distinct-ionfl Coll 2-3013 For Appointment anie "YOUR FAMILY sTuDlo" 184 W. Western Across from Penney's DISTINCTIVE GIFTS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES ,..-. .... -. . .- w.,,s,- , , W, , , , MATSON OLDSMOBILE COMPANY 3RD AND MONROE Oldsmobile - Cadillac "Matson's are making OLDS friends out of new acquaintencesn l88 W. Paula Movey has no difficulty in choosing from the large variety of shoes at SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY T 5 "just Ask Your Neighbor" 333 W. WESTERN PHONE 2-3232 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN HEIIIEMAN R Q HARMACY A 6009 DEEEPSEYSHEEEHOULD BE T CLITCI-IEIY' IEIE?..CD'I'IEIElIR,S COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE "Better Workmansbip Built This Business" 850 PINE STREET PHONE 2-2515 Max Branslrom's l U C K Y AUTO SEAT COVER STORE E 999 TERRACE STREET PHONE 2-8793 'I89 W nw , ,af ,,..- , fy!!! Q!-if X Ss ag 54.i I3,,,ZQ if W I ' , W ,W f ff 'ix' 1 5-f"'2 'fig Q21 'f f X awffilyy X If 'min :ii I Z4 5 Q!,l,!!! I W ,ig 'wif' 'z L u - -1 f.: V, A Q51 'V .x 1 I, If i Qgzxgg I . x I fg s ,J J A is ff. Q7 2634 I X iff 3 gi ifgrfqfl X 5 J2? fff V Ev 4' Zi m - - f if M 'T 'CVT' fJ5i'i..NV' 4 ffefff f,, y,4 - , K -f I , ,Q-X. f s Nba, ff sf 7531. A E, AI f is 1' Qgfffgi ,,'j, ff Q2 Q 'ff ' f .arm .MJ 2:5 I sf. rv 1 wi f i A Oy, I If fy r ,f , f,, W . , . Aa., . ,Y X A pi Q S-S fff f for Q If fi " Mk 4246113 Aiisfwr. A-. A If iiggliio- Qfffi iw' L 'NSW ' I , ,M , K I r ' fs- M16 Q Q ss. ,, -, - x'4iZ'T"'fff H A U- A A Li .3 Nu.-is ,by .shi -3 ss - A i WALTER B. STEEL JR. HIGH SCHOOL We Are Proud To Have Built These Muskegon Schools: BLUFFTON BUNKER JR. HIGH MARSH WALTER B. STEELE JR. HIGH NELSON JR. HIGH MARQUETTE OAKVIEW SCHOOL NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION Alstrom Construction Co. I90 STEEL FABRICATING COMPANY I T ossursmans zmsmsr-:Rs FAaRncA-runs Enzmmns TELEPHUNE2 6635 590W SDLITHERN AVE M E F4 I I I Compliments of A 'llif A A J W E J E if f - L r L' PEARSON'S SHUE STORE HQUALITY AT POPULAR PRICESH 1045 W. LAKETON PHONE 62-0155 .ZJflllll0lUlM. 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BROADWAY, HTS. 1910 RUDDIMAN, NORTH MUSKEGON FEATURING: oy PENDLETON o CENTURY 0 GLASGO 0 EVAN PICONE Bill Hamilton, jack Verveer, Elaine Holmgren, and Nancy Legatz are admiring the wide selection of shoes at Boaz Shoe Store. IN OUR TWELFTH YEAR Correctly Fitting uality Footwear REASONABLY PRICED BUAZ SHUES Across From HDANIELSN .15 ,, ,,,, A f Wulf 1- . W' 71' 1, vga? ' , i f V i , 1 m - we . X V' -'et f t , j--- at .f I f , fw,j,,'cQ,g.'L f ,M fe . 4, ,, , , . , , ,4 ,M f , of ' , ' WMZM , xy' 1 ' ,T f , V, rrfeghgeffmf, Wt 1 W ew! , I f M 1 1 fe F , 4 0' W .- - ' ' -ff'-452' ' e f X f ::f'::-:::1:r:j'Z?!?E:,56,1 5- '1 1 xii.-inf , G ge, vu agg a' ex I f-. t ze 14fikf1gfii7S?4F1Xi! if ,V 5 ' 1- 1' f we 'fiaarafffffffeff 'f ' g 4' t. , eff, ,,-,pl e , 1 -9, ,Mug A ' , We ff ' ' . l, If ,, ., ' p 1 ,ffm , if V . f Wt, yfiff mmf , 1 ' -:, ., at f 11 '-f af ,, I 'LLL' I , Wh W! l x WWI H HX., W., , Sgr 2, ,.,,. , '--W ,W L 'Q ff' . I W X , , ,Q ,, ,I .4Q,Tvkf1e See the Fabulous FIAT at Hathaway Motor Compan Third at Merrill "Serving Greater Muskegon Motorists With Dependable Transportation Since 1910" 192 ra .J - fi . - f l- -- V Wd!- , WW' : ' - -, if -A: 3 " gs 7'ijfAj.y - 5 3, 1-,y I 5' fy 'ff tj-1 -QI: I L, I " QI' ,ml YQ., -1' JN!! fi ' A ,ffmv fl., ,,,f,',',4Q if 'If Q ' og' QM'-'L H31 'ng sf .2 x l :bl N-cz, uxj r K I -L ' , Kg 'eg' - Q I .gwfi f 5.51 A ,J .fo 1 U :J-,b 'E '12 '- -1 44 ' v w' H ,xl 7' 3 Eff? ".?fs:ff." f 'b'45f - ag? iw? .-4 '1" A .gg 2,4 ll, J':-if " s f , ,' ,!.1:hy.L:AvQfL-. - vi ' 8 - In K .Jil J . "' 'X Vai A ' lf-. . k ,,.1"-'3.f':!f:?" . 'A-H --'33-iii' f. -- .. ,--" ' ' , L ,, .F 1 , ,, ,, -' +A '65, f . 'Cu ' 21 'ff F'f?i' .' 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Ln- . , ,l f v V .ine ,. -- I - DIGNITY - INTEGRITY 61 Years of Service in Muskegon Clock Funeral Home For your convenience omple parking in our lot of reor of building 4 w iiLfunfunSv . . fwfff 'ILP -figg --QT., 193 ludy Hovey, Lynn Grandiean, and lanice Davis inspect the new branch of the Lumberman's Bank. THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK Muskegon's Oldest Bank E n,,E S fb lo 5 CONGRATULATIONS oil -in Leischen Movey shows the new stock of sweaters at MiIady's. CONGRATULATIONS 59,ers Free Gift At Jkliladfs FOR SENIOR GIRLS You have reached one of life's important goals . . . graduation. Now, as you press toward even bigger accomplishments, we extend our best wishes for continued success. Reddy Kilowatt Your Electric Servant CONSUMERS POWER CO. 'I :ich Clapper and Carl Burgess find just what the rom JONES Harwogd-Nglggn Electric Company 373 WESTERN 658 Ottawa Street MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS WILSON SPORTING GOODS 1qme'u'can QOIY .fjatbzf "Good luck, Seniors Muskegon, Michigan Gramm waozssme so Servicing 175 Q. S. Food Stores 1764 Cresto For All Your Money Matters . HACKLEY UNION F, C National Bank .Q Trust Co. OFFICES - MUSKEGON e MONTAGUE . MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 196 wafer lWzfwLeg0n prokddionaf fylaofografo em ENOCH BECKQUIST LYLE CHRISTENSON CONRAD'S COLUMBIA STUDIO CLARENCE FELT LEE HARDING AL JENSEN BERVIN JOHNSON - CWhitehaIIJ CALVIN JOHNSON LEONARD KOOIMAN COURNEYE TOURCO'I'I'E 197 Acme Cleaners .,......... Acterhoff Mortuary ,..,'---.,ew,,r-,A ----Mr,- Alfred Hunters ,...e,.,,e,,.,, , ,,A,,,,e,,,,- -,-,-w., Alstrom Construction Company -...,, ,,,,--,, American Coil Spring .... Arbor Floral .,,,..r,Mr a, -e-,,,, , Baxter's ,-,...,er,,,., , Beerman's , Boaz Shoes ,.,... Bos Floral ,.... Bowen-Fisher Brunswick ,,,,,. ,,.,,,, Buel's ..,,.ss,.,.,,..,.,s,,,,,.,,r Cal Johnson Photo Shop s...., Certified Cement .,,,....,s, Christenson Photo ...,..,.. Clock Funeral Home ss..,.... Clutchy Bros. Radiator -- Coco-Cola Company .,s,. Coles' Bakeries s,......... Columbia Studios ,.s.v,,. Commercial Press ........ Consolidated Gas ......,.,....., Consumers Power Co. .s.....,.,. Continental Motors Corp. .,s,, a Crown Finance .u,.., .,....,.,......,. ........ Dari-Castle ....,..,,,s,...,,., Damm Hardware Co. .,...s , Daniels ..,,..,..,......,.,....s. Derby Motors ...,......,..s Dobben Motor Sales ..... Elaine's Gift Shop ...,....,,. Fred Knack Ford, lnc. ..,.., - Friends ,...,.,......,.,........ Galy Real Estate ,..s........... .... Garnaat Floral Co. .s..,,.s.......,...,,..,.. ....... - Hackley Union National Bank I Harolds Mens Wear ,......,.,..s,. ........ Harwood-Nelson ..,.s...s.s. Hasper's Sav More ...,...... Hathaway Motor Sales u... . lnclex Advertisers Heineman Pharmacy Hosler's .....su.,,s........ Jones Electric Co. .... - Karel and Sons .....,..,. Krautheim's Jewelers Lakeside Electric .,... Lakos ....,.........s.. Lucky Auto .......,....... Matson Oldsmobile -- Meier Cleaners, Inc. -- Menzies Drug Store -A Merilan Dairy ............ Michigan Bowling Center Milady's ......,........... Morgan's Jewelers .... Movey Steel ....,..,..s., Muskegon Bank ,.....,. Muskegon Federal Savings 81 Loan Muskegon Wholesale National Lumberman's Bank Office Supplies .,.,....,. Pearson's Shoe Store ,- Pine Street Furniture Pok-A-Bout ..,...,-,.. -- Quality Cleaners ..,... Radium Photo Service Rollarena ..,.........,,,. Sanitary Dairy .,....,.... Sealed Power Corp. -- Shaw Walker Snowwhite Bakery ,... Square .............,,,. Steel Fabricating ..v.. Tourcotte ................ Vandervelde's Furniture Co Vet's Mens Wear ...... Wagonmakers Walters Pharmacy .... Western Auto ..s,......u Windatt Pontiac ....... Woodman Ins. ..,. - A fl .Ex 1 ii Mrs. L Mr. l Mr. 1 Mr. ' Mr. 1 Mr. Mrs 4 Mr. , Mr. Andrews ..,,,... --------f 3 4 Appel ...- ,,... .... - ---42 Arnson ..... ........f 3 7 Bauer Bolt ...- ...,.. ........ - 42 Brail ...- .... Brothers ........ ......,V Burdick ...... .... - .-.24 Carlson .....,. H ....... - Chalker ...-. .,-. Collier .ss... .... - ---40 Coutchie ..., ......--- 2 3 Curnalla ............... Denton ........ - ....sA -.- -..-.. -- Gainey .....,.. ,......V Gillaspy .,,.... .... - -- Gilsdorf ......,.. ..'. - .- Hartman ....... ---- - -- Miss Helvle ........-... -------- Huttenga ........ -..-.------------- -------- --..---.-.----.--..35 ....-...38 Mrs. Lundell -.---- ---26 Martmy .....,. -------- 4 3 Mrs. Mayrose ......... .------- 3 9 Mr. . Mrs. i Mrs. , Mrs. Cowan 7 Mr. ' Mr. Mrs Dunsmore l Mr. Dunworth Mrs. Elliott ..... Mrs. Mr. Gainey ...,... Mrs Mr. Mr. Hager ,,,,.,. Mr. Harrison Mr. Miss Herkimer li Miss Hitchcock Mr. Hogan ..,.... Mr. Mr. Iennings Mr. Kelly ..,...... Mr. Kirn ....... Miss Knoll ....... Mr. Kolberg Mr. Krueger Mrs. Kyes ,...,.... Mr. Ladd ......... Mr. Leitch ......, Mr. ' Miss Mclntyre Mr. McShannock ...... ..,.. - .... - ------4l Miss Mern tt ,.......... - ...... - -------31 Fciculty lnclex Miss Molzen ..... Mr. Mooney ..,,. Mrs. Mooney ..,-. Mr. Neal ..,,,...... Mr. Neilsen ,...... Mrs. OiConnor . Mr. Olsen ....,..,, Miss Pack ,,,,.. Mr. Partenio ,, Mr. Paulson .....,. Miss Pihlstrom Mrs. Plummer .. Mr. Plummer ., M r. Poling ,....,,.. Mr. Potter ,.... Mrs. Redmond Miss Rehnquist Miss ' Mr. Ritcheske Reid ,,...... Mr. Rodewald .Q Rolfe .......... Mr. Mr. Roys ........ Mr. Russcher ...,. Mrs. Schuler .... Mrs. Seastrom Mr. Sheathelm M r. Skipper Mr. Statz ........ Mr. Stevens ...A Miss Stewart .... Mr. Stewart -..-. Mr. Storms .....s Mrs. Storms ...,.. Mrs. Terry ,..... Mr. Tool Mrs. Mr. Toppen .... Mr. Trautman .. Mr. VanCamp .. Mr. Walvoord .. Mr. Weaver ...... Mr. Wingler .... Tool ...,.. Mrs. Wingler ..,. Mrs. Wright .... Mr. Zimmerman Alms, john ..,....... Abraham, Thomas ,...... Adams, john Adams, Sharon ,,.... Akey, Ruth ...........,.. Alexander, Ruth ....., Allison, Ronald Anderson Anderson Allen .a,, Bruce .1 Anderson Dan L. ..,... . Anderson, Duane ,,,...... Anderson, Lmda .a.,,o,,..,,7 Anderson Margaret Anderson Oscar .....a,, Annis, Sandra ...,.,,,... Archer, Merry ...a,. Ashley, David Aslakson, Roger ...... Atkinson, Alvera .... Aue, joyce ............ Bailey, Barbara .... Bailey, Wayne .... Baker, ludie ..,...,,. Bakker, james ...... Baldwin, joyce ...,.. Barber, Roger .,.,.. Basford, Shirley Bathrick, joan .,.... Bayak, David .....,,, Bayes, Thomas ....., Bayne, Dale Bayne, Marjorie ......., Beagle, Roy ..,,..,.,... Beaucamp, Kasey ., Beck, George Beck, joan ............. Beck, Lerlaine ,...... Beck, Patricia Beegle, Richard ..,,, Bell, Robert Bensinger, Theodore Benson, Erby Berg, Sharon .......,,,, Berghuis, Peter ...,., Berghuis, Robert ....., Berson, john Beukema, jack .,.... Bice, Thomas ..,... Bird, Sharon ,..,s,a,., Birth, Mary .,,,..,.,,,,,. Boatman, Earlee ...... Boes, Karen ,......... Bogert, Sandra ..,,,,,,. Bollenbacher, Carol Bolten, Hans .s...,.,,...,, Bordeau, Geraldine . ,.... . Borgeson, james A. Bovay, Elaine ,,......... Bovay, Phyllis s.,,s... Boyle, Sharon ,,,,........ .... Bozeman, Nellie j. ...... , Branstrom, Robert ,,,,.... Brazill, William Brillhart, Wayne .,.,,,, Bromley, Bill ....,,,.. Brooks, Sarah .,,,.., ........51, 62, 67, 108 108 .,........58, 63, ..,.,,,49, 62, , 108 109 109 109 48, 109 64 109 109 109 109 109 ....,.....58, ...,,,,52, 69, ...W109 109 ,50 109 109 109 110 1 10 110 10 ,,,,,,,61, 67, 110 ...s,.7.58, 65, 110 110 51, 53, 61, 67, 71, 110 67, 110 110 .,,,......48, 54, 110 110 54, 56, 110 .....,.,48, 53, 54, 69, ,.......Qii1if'5' 69, 98, 100, 58, 69, .......98, 100, 8, 100, 101, 67, 98, 100. ,,,.,.....,67, 73, 110 110 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 .....-,.54, 66, 69 1 1 1 1 Brown, Doris ,..,., .,.........,.,,,,, 6 5, 98 Brown, judy ......,.,..,..........,,. ,....... 5 1, 67, 111 Bruhn, Charles ..... - ........,. ,..,,.....-,,,,-.... 1 12 Bruining, Barbara ,.,,. ........, 5 8, 112 Bruining, Dwight ....,. ...- - ..-.... 1 12 Bryant, Glenda ,.,..... .--. ,.., 112 Buckwald, Patricia .,,... ......,..,f,-f,-,,,. 1 12 Buitendorp, Pamela Burgess, Carl ,,....,..... ..V..V,.., 5 5, 69, 112 Burnham, Terry ,,,.,,,. ........,....... 7 1, 112 Buttermore, Anne ....,..s ..,,,,.... 6 7. 73, 112 Bytwerk, jerry ,..,.... .........,. - ....... 1 12 Seniors Caden, Connie .,.,,.,.,..,.. Caffery, joyce .....,,,,.., Wif"""""fffffffsi'," Cameron, Gerre Lou ....... .....,,.. Carlson, judy A. ...... . Carlson, Rosemary ...... Carlson, Warren ...,.... ,,.,,,,,69 Carpenter, William v,,,,... Cartwright, jane .,.,,,,,, Casper, james ,......., Castle, lanet s,,,,,,,.. Caswell, janice ,,..,,,,, ., 12 72, 112 67, 112 70 1 . ....,. Elf 70 58, 62, , 63 Cayan, Lisabeth ,..,.,,,,,,,,, ....,,,,, 4 8, , 70 Chamberlain, Dolores .. ,,,,,,,,, ,,., , Cherry, Larry ..,,,,,,,......,,,, , .,,,,,..,,,,,, 71, 113 Church, judy ....,,,,,.,.,,, ., .. 58, 64 Clabaugh, jean Clabaugh, Patricia Clapper, Robert .,,,,,,,,,, .,,, , 84, 113 Clarke, Marianna ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,......, 1 13 Clawson, Donna ,.,,., .. ..,., 66, 69, 113 Clawson, Irene ...,.,. .......,,.,,...... 1 13 Cloud, Larry .,,,,,, .,,,,............ 7 1 Coburn, james ,,,.,,.., ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,, a,,... , , 113 Cole, Shirley ,,,,.,.. ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 9 7 5, 113 Collier, Sandra .,,,,.,.....,... .,54, 56 63, 113 Comstock, Marjorie ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,...,......,..... 1 13 Cook, George .,.,,.,.,,,, ,,,.,.,,,.,,.,........ 1 13 Cooper, Alan ,,,,,,.,,,. ,.,,,,........ , ,69 Cory, Lee ..,.,.,,.. ..,.,,,, 4 8, 69, 113 Cox, Tom ,,,,,,,.,....,,.. ,,,,,.,,,...,, 1 13 Craft, Dannielle ..... .,,...,..,,,,., 1 13 Crago, Gladys . ...,. ,,,.., 6 7, 113 Cramer, Gary .a.,... ,,,,,,.....,.....,.,....,,..,.....,. 1 14 Cramer, jack ......, .......,,,,,,,,.,,, , .....,,. ,,.,.,,, 1 1 4 Cross, Barbara ,,,,.s .,,,,,, 5 3, 61, 63, 67, 108, 141 Cross, Nancy Cutler, Linda ,.,.., ,,,,,,,,.s,,,,,, , 74, 104, 114 Danhof, Dick ....,,.. ..,,,,,. 4 8, 53, 54, 56, 108, 141 Daniels, Gail ....,,,, ...,.,, 5 1, 67, 70, 71, 74, 114 Davis, janice .,....,. ,,,,,,,,, 6 1, 67, 70, 73, 114 Davis, Larry ,...,. ...,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,,,, , ,,,,,, 1 14 DeHorn, Mary ,,,,. .,,,,.,,,, , , ,,,... 67, 114 Dejong, LeRoy Dell, Reggie ,,,,,,..,... ,,,,,,.,...........,..,,,,..,,....,, 1 14 DeMuro, Roberta ,...,..,...... 51, 54, 56, 60, 64, 114 Denton, Susan .....,..,. ,.....,..,...,,,,,........,,, . U73, 114 Derouin, john ,,... ,,,....,...,,,,,,,,. ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,, 1 1 4 Dewald, judy ......., .,,,...., 5 8, 64, 69 74, 114 DeWitt, Dave ,.,,, ...,A,,,,,,.,,,.,..,..,..,,,, 1 14 Dial, judi ........,,,..,,,,, ...,,.., 6 7, 114 Dick, jack .............,..,, ,...,...... 1 14 Diederichsen, Larry W ..,,,,,...,............ 114 Dobb, Tom ..,,.,,,........,.. ,,,,.....,,,, , ,, ,,,.., .114 Doctor, Virginia ,...... , .,,,,,,,,,.,...,,, 48, 58, 69, 114 Doddington, Richard .......,,.........,,.,,,,,,,,,.... 56, 115 Dodge, Wanda .,.,,.....,, 53, 58, 63, 67, 98, 100, 115 Do1sen, Betty ................,,..,.,,,.,..,,,,, 51, 58, 67, 115 Domont, Larry ..,.,, .....a...,.......,,,, 5 4, 58, 69, 115 Doriot, judy .,...,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 1 15 Doubles, james ..,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0, 141 Dowdy, Gail ........,.. Downey, Gordon ..,.. Draper, Stuart ..,... Draper, Walter .....,, Drelles, jeff ,,,,..... Dunham, Donna .,,,,. Eckert, Sam .....,.,,,,...... Economan, Nancy ...... Edler, Darlene .,,,..,.. Edmonds, Sally Ehrean, Arlet ,,,.,.., Elzinga, Richard ,,,.. Englund, Marie ...,.... Entsminger, lim ....... Erb, Karen .,..,,,...,.,., Erickson, Brenda ....,, Ehrig, Patricia .,,,... 115 115 .......115 115 115 115 1, 115 .....-.115 115 53, 69, 100, 56 1 115 115 115 115 116 116 200 Ernvall, Philip ,s,..... Escareno, Adam ,,,,,, Essebaggers, jerry ., Essebaggers, Wayne ....,, ,,,.... 1 08, Esterling, Alan ,,,...s.. ...........,.....,.,. Evans, Marie ....,,,,,. ...,,,,, 6 9, 75, Eyke, jefferson ,..,., ,,,,,,.,,,....... Farran, Gordon ....., ...,...... Farmer, Robert Fayton, Sue ...,..,,. ....,,,.. 7 2, Feil, Lynda ,,..,... ,,.,,...,........,,., Fencl, Patricia ,.,,., ..,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,.s,,.,,,,,, Ferguson, Carol ,,,,.. .,,,,,,,, 4 8, 69, 74, Ferrell, Virginia s,.,,,.., .,,,.,,,, 6 1, 64, 67, Fields, Elizabeth ,,,,..., .,,,..,.,,,, 5 8, 61, Fielstra, Karen ,..,,,, ,,.s.,,,, 6 1, 64, Fifolt, john ,....,,.,,.,.., ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,, Firestone, Eusaline ...,.,, ,.,,,s,,,,,,,, Fisher, David ,,.,.,,,.,,,, ,,...., Flowers, Betty ,,,,,... ,,,,, , , Folk, judith ...,,... ,,--,,, Foreman, Patsy ...,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Frantz, Larry .,,,.,...,s,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fredricks, Marlyce ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 60, 67, Gabrielson, Birger ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gangwer, Thomas ...,, ,s,,,,,,,, Gaunt, Marcia ,...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, George, David .,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,, 5 4, Gereaux, jacque ,,,,,,..s ,,-,,,,,, 4 8, Gerhardt, Rosemary ,,,,,, ,,-,,,, 6 9, Gerwin, Ida .,.,.,,,,,,,,,, ,-,,-,,,,, I 00, Gill, Peter ,,,.,,,,,.,,,, ,,,-,-.,,,,,,. Gill, Tom ,....,.,...,.,....., ,,,,,. Gillette, Keith ......,.,..,... .,,,,,, Glasen, Constance ,....,. ,,,,,,,,,, Glass, Patricia ............ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gleason, Karen ,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,, S 8, Glennie, Patricia ,.,s,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 4, 56, 69, Goodrich, George ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Goosen, Darlene ,,.......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 64, 70, 73, Grandjean, Lynne ,,,,....,,,,,, 48, 61, 64, 67, 73, Grant, Larry ,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,, Grantsynn, Michaela .......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52, Graves, james ..,..,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, 7 1, 84, Graves, jerry ...,. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gray, Martha ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Greenberg, Marian .... 48, 49, 53, 62, 63, 64, Grevel, Bill .,,,,,,....A..,,,,.,...A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Grewe, jerry .....,...,,.,...,...,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Griesbach, jerry ...,,,, Griffin, Kenneth .... Groendal, james ,,..... Groendal, Myra ..,.., Guss, Louise ..,,... Hage, Marvin ,... Hall, Allan ...,. ffQQf1ff's5Q"86fE6Q Hall, Ted Hallman, Paul ,,,,,.,,, -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9, Halverson, Shirley ,,,,,, -,--,,, 6 7, 104, Hamil, Frances .......... Hamilton, William .,,....,..,.69, Hamlin, Eva .,,,.,.,.... .,....,,,,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,, Hamm, Tommy .,.,....,, ,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4, Hammond, David ..,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hansen, Mary ,,....... ....,... 5 3, 60, 67, 100, Hanson, judy ,,s....... .......,,.,,, 6 1, 64, 67 Hanson, William Harris, Carolyn ....., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Harris, Larry Harris, Robert ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hartley, Arlene Hartman, Carol .,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1, 67 Hartman, joan ..,,,.. - ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48, Hartsema, Barbara ,,,.,,,,....,,, 60, 64, 67, 108 Hartwell, Henry ,....., A.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, - , Hasper, jack .......,..,,,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Hasper, lames ...,... - ..,..,... ,,,,,,,,,, 1 Hathaway, David .. Hawkins, Richard Hayes, William ,... Hebestreit, Shirley Heethuis, Gerald 7 Helling, Sue ..,.,,,,,,,.... Helman, Sandra W Helstrom, Ruth A,A,.. Henderson, Lois ., Henricks, Patricia ,,,,,, Henry, Edna ,,,.,,,,,,, .....,....58, 84, ,...,,,.53, 67, 100, 73, ,.,fffi6if65, if .,.,,..,,51, 53, 58, Hentschel, james , .a,..., Hentschel, Richard Herbert, Richard Herlein, Nancy ,,,,. Hermanson, jack ...,, Hermanson, jerry .,,,, Higbee, Willard ,. Higginson, Dee ,,s......, Hilderbrandt, Ray Hill, Carol ..,,,,,,....-, Hilliard, Anita ..,,,,,, Hittle, Leland ,.,,,,, Hlodan, Reva ,....... Hoekenga, Donna .,,,,,,.. Hoffman, judy .,,,.,, Holcomb, john ,,......... 58, ..,...,67, 100, 104 64, 69, 67, 70, 64, .....48, 62, 64, 61, 73, 56, 67, ,,......,,48, 49, 58, 63, Holmberg, Harvey ....,,,, ,s.......,,,.,..,,,,,.......,,,,.. Holmgren, Elaine ,,...,. Hommes, jack ,,,,.. 51, 67, 100, 104, Hondorp, Barbara ....,,,,.... 51, 53, 67, 98, 100, Hoover, Marilyn ,. Hopkins, Sandy ......,,,A......,.,,,.......,,,,....,.,...,,....., Hopma, jerry ,...... - ,,,..,.,,,,.....,,,........,,.....,,,....,,,, Houghton, Wendy .,,.... House, Eunice ,,,,,,, .51, 53, 58, 60, 64, 67, 51, 74, 100, 104, Hovey, judy ,,......,... ......,, 5 1, 53, 64, 70, 74, Hudson, Barbara ,.......,,.,......,,,.,...,....., - ...,,...,,...., 70 Hughes, Charlotte .,,.......,,, ,..,.. - ..,,,,...., 1 21 Hull, Sharon ,....... Hunt, Barbara ...,,., Hunt, lrwin ..,4. A .... ...,.. ....A......Y Y... Hunter, Michael ,..,... --.- ......,.., . Hutton, john Hyde, Sandy ....,, Inman, john . ,.... jaeger, Charlene ...,,s, jandt, Sandra ....,,... ..........,,.....,., 5 8, jarvis, Douglas ,.,.... ..- .,....,,.,.....,.. . jennings, Robert .,,,,..... ..,,,....,,,,..,,,,...,.,,..., lensen, Carol Ann ,,...., ......... 5 4, 61, 63, jensen, Doug ,,,,.......,, ,...,.....,,,,....,....,,,. jensen, R'obert ....... jensen, Ted ...... jett, Larry johnson, Darwin ., johnson, Fred ,,,,...,,.. johnson, james A. johnson, Mary ......,,.... ,,.,...., johnson, Richard ,, jonio, Shirley ......,,.. jordan, Yvonne ,....... josephson, Michael losephson, Patrick Karppinen, Martha 'W'"6i"7i"'55"'i 7ufffffffffffffffffffff7567 ,..-,..58, 67, 69 1 I 1 OO! Karr, Dave ,,,.......,,...., ......... Kavars, Ronald Keeler, Marilyn ......... .......... - .....,..... , Keillor, Carolyn ., Keller, Betty ,,,....,. Kelley, john ,Z ,....... ,,., if ..,..... .,.1QQQfQ1Qi65,14 Ketchum, Doris .,,......,,., .- ...... - ...... -..,69, Kevern, Betty ...-..- ...,..... ......... . Kieft, Robert ..,...... ......... Kinney, A, ......,,....,,... ...............,.. - Kinney, Gary ......,.,.,...,. ...- .,......., 0-3- Kirksey, Claudette .,,,.,. .....,,.. 5 1, 72, Klemp, Richard ......,.,. ............. 5 4, Kleve ring, Loren Klinger, john ,,..., .,....,..62, Klug, Robert Knapp, Charlene ..... .,..,...., Knevitt, judy ,,,,.... Knevitt, Robert ........ Kodish, Barbara ...,,,,, Kolbe, Denny ,..,...,,,,,... Koolovitz, Beverly .,,.,,. Kramer, jack Krogh, Hannah ...,, Kroll, Philip ,,......,,,... Krueger, Sherrin ,...,,,,,,.,. Kuehneman, Ernest Kulper, David ,.......,,... Kuipers, Henry .....,,,. LaCore, john ,,,,. Ladd, Karen ,,,,,. Lake, George Lake, William ...... Lang, Lillie ..,,.. Larrow, joanne ..,,,,,.. Larson, Thelma ,,....,. ....,,,........, 5 1, 74, 100, Larue, james Lathrop, Sandra .,,,.....,,,.... 51 Lawrence, Loretta ,,......,,,..... Leach, Diana ......,,... ..,,,, Leaf, john Leckrone, judy .,,,..... ,, Legatz, Nancy ,..... Lehto, Bill ,.,..... Leonard, Tom ,..... Lester, john ...., LeTarte, Carol ..,,,,,...,.,... Lieb, Ernst ,,,,,,,. Liebertz, Fred Lillmars, Luke ,.....,,..... Lindenbaum, Barb ....,,. Lindgren, Durelle .,.,...., Link, David Little, Sandra .....,, Locke, Roger ,...,,,, Long, Claude ...,.... Lorentz, james Loughrige, Dennis .,...., Lubbers, Sharon Luders udith , l e----f Lundwall, Linda .,,,... Lutrey, Timothy ,...,.. Manchester, Duane Marchido, Gary Marcil, Carol ....,,.., Marecek, john ....,. Markowski, Vivian Mars, Richard ,,.... Martin, Ben ..,,.. Martin, Keith .,..., Martinez, Lydia ,.... Martz, Dallas ,..... Mattfolk, loan ......... Matthews, Dawn ,,,,,,,, Matthews, Marvella 60, 69, . ,......,,, 67, 123 - ...,,,,. ....,,.....,,. 1 24 ,.,...,58, 124 .....,..,,.... 70, 124 71, 124 - ..,..,.. - ,,,,,,...,,..,, 124 53, 58, 60, 124 1 24 .,.,,,,...48, 68, 124 ,,.,,,,,..58, 124 ,,,......,58, 63, 124 124 67, 71, 73, 124 124 69, 71, 74, 100, 124 124 ......51, 67, 100, 125 ,,,,..,,51, 67, 73, 125 125 61, 67, 98, 100, 125 69, 125 60, 67, 125 .,,,....,,64, 67, 74, 125 ,,.,..,,,,84, 85, 86, 96 140 1 25 125 125 125 1, 125 26 1 26 26 126 126 ,...,,..48, 51, 67, , 126 126 126 Mattison, Mary .....,,,.... ..,,,.,,. 5 4, 64, 57, 73, 126 Mattson, Charles ,,.,..,. .... 3 ......,,.., 4 3, 70, 125 Mayer, jack ,.....,.....,. - --.,---A------- 125 McCallum, Byron McClain, Lola ...,,,. ...,....f,- 5 0, 53, 126 McCrea, Doug ....., ,...,,.--,f 64 , 58, 125 McDonald, Ron ,.....,, ..,,-..,.--fff-- - ---126 McFarland, james McFarland, Nancy ..,... ...,,...,, 5 3, 125 McKenzie, Bernie ...,,,..,,, 126 McTaggart, john ,,..., - .,.....- -'e--e---- Meier, Daniel ....,, ..f----' - ------f--- - ---125 Meier, Kurt ..,,.. 5---m ,----ff--f- ---- V 6--125 Meiner, Karen .,..., .....,.,,....,,.... 5 3, 63. 100, 125 Meisch, Maureen ,,,...,,...,....,,....,...,, ..64, 67, 127 Meyer, Michael .....,,. 49, 51, 53, 52, 63, 70, 127 Meyer, Rosalynne ..,,....,,,.....,., - ,.,,,....,, 43, 98, 127 Middlecamp, Carolyn ..,.....,......,..,,,...,....,,.-.,-- ,--127 Middlecamp, Sharie Mlkan, Kurt ........,......,. 127 1 27 Milas, Patricia ,,..,..., Miller Kenneth ,..,, Miller, Leonard Miller, Sanford ,,.,..,, Mixer, Mary .,,,...,,,,, Mixter, Richard .,,,, Mizerek, john ,....,.,.,.,. Mochmer, Marlene ,,.,..... Monroe, George Monroe, Pearl ,,,,..... Moore, David ....,,,., .,,-..,51, 58, 63, 72, 67 ..--. 51, 60, 64, . T"W7"'ff1fQff5of Morrall, Sue .....,,,......, ....,,,,.,....,,,,.,..,,,,,..,. Moseler, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,, Movey, Leischen ....,,,..,....,,,,,, 51, 67, 98, 100, Muehlhausen, Lennetta ,,...,.,....,,, 51, 61, 67, Mull, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Munson, David ...,,,,,,....., Murphy, Charles .,,, Narlock, Eleanor Narlock, Lawrence Nauta, Barbara ......,.,,, Neibarger, Arthur ,,.,,, Nelson, Beverly ,,,,.. Nelson, Christine ,,,,,,, Nelson, Corinne ,,,,., ....,,,68, 69, 73, 61, 67, 100 Nelson, Sherry ,,,,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1, 58, 67, , Nelson, Lance .,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68, Newkirk, Tracy ,,,..,,.,,.... 48, 53, 54, 62, 108, Newmyer, joyce ..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7, Nolen, Nancy ....,..,.. Norman, Barbara Nugent, Deanna Nyuli, janet ..... Nyuli, Mary .......... O'Connell, Pat ..,,..... Odmark, Dick ,,,,, Oestman, Ilene ........ Osborne, Lewis Oslund, joy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ouwerlerk, Larry .,..,,,,. Paniucki, joe .,,,... Parks, Lois ,,,,,,,. ,,,......53, 60, 63, 67, .....,,72, 100, ....,,,,67, ioo, 104, ,.,.....54, 56, 69, Parr, Lynne .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 6, 69, Parr, Anne ,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,-.,,,,, 6 5, Pastoor, Fred ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, Pastori, joe ,,,,,, ,,,,,, Patrick, james Patton, jerry ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,---,-,-,,,,,, Paulson, Darlene Paxson, Garold ,,,,,,,,, -,,--,-, S 4, 56, Payne, Nancy ........., ,,,,,,,, 6 3, 67, Pearsons, jerry ,,,,,.,.,.. - , ,,,,,,, - ,,,, V Pendleton, William .,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Percell, Darlene ...,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54, 56, Peterman, Caroline ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 0, 64, 67, Peters, Sharon ,,,,,.,,..,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 4, 61, 70, Peterson, Margaret ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Piatt, Gerald ,.........,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4, 56, Pickel, Eloise ........,,, ,.,,,,,, 5 3, 54, 60, Pizana, Irma ........ Pletcher, George ,,... Plont, Beverly Plont, Roger ,,,,,.. Plumhotf, Bruce .,,.. Postema, Patricia Potts, Laurel ....,,,,,,. Predko, james ....,,,,, Prell, Ronald ...,...... Price, Gary Lee ........ Pugh, Charles ..... Quirk, Sharon ,,,., ....Qfsli, 'm'i7T'6ii ...,,....53, , Radel, Nancy ....,,, ,.,,.,.. 5 1, 73, Reed, Karen ,..., .,,,,,.......,.,,,, 5 1, Reimer, Karen ....,..,. .,.,,,.,. 5 3, 58, 74, Reimer, Linda .,......,.......,,......,,,,,,...,,,,,,, 48, 72, Reinertson, Marilyn ..,,,,,,...,,,, 53, 60, 64, 67, Reinertson, Marvin Remington, Erma Richards, Carol ..,.,., 56, 74, Richardson, Betty ,,,,,, Richardson, Kathleen Rinehart, Sandra ,,,,,,,. Risk, Bill .,,,,, ,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ritter, Karen ,,,,,,A,,, 53 Roberts, Ben Robidoux, Doug ,,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, loshua ,..,,,,. Rodes, Pete Rodes, Robin ,,,,,,, Roer, lnez ,,,,,.,, Rolfe, Richard ,,.,, Rop, Ken ..,,,,... Rork, Mary ,,,,,,,,,.,,, Rothoff, Linda ,,,., Rowe, Patsy ..,,,,.. Russell, joan .A,, Sabin, Bonnie ,,..,...,, Sabin, Richard ,,,..,,, Sample, Mary .,,,.,,,,,,,, Sanchez, Gilbert Sander, Peter ,,.,.,,,.. Sandy, Ken ,....,,,.. Saunders, Ron ,..., .,.,,.,,70, 61, 67, 71, 100, 104 1iiff87',T76i-741i 51, 58, 63, 67, 74, 58, 67, 74, iicof' 67, 61, 67, 100 Schanzlin, Elise ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 51, 53, 64, 70, 74 Scharf, Roger Schaub, judith ,,..,,..,.,, Scheidegger, judy ,,,,,.. Schluetter, Dennis ,,,,.. Schneider, Don ,,.. Schrier, Nancy .....,, Schugars, jim .,,, Schultz, Ed ,...,,., Schulz, janelle .,,.... Schulz, Tom ,,,...,,,,,.. Schumacher, Mary Schutter, Ron Schutter, Sharon ..,,.,. Scott, jo Ann ,.,,,.,.., Senf, William Sheesley, Diane Shepherd, Helen 48, ,sssffffffffcisifi , ....,,,,, 51, 72, 100, 51, 61 6.,ff'56fi5i'f'E7ifi00, ,, ,,,,.,...,. 58, 1 1 Sorenson, Mariann ,,,, Spoelman, Ellen ...,,.., Springer, Beverly .,..,, Springsdorf, Paul ...,.. Stafford, Georgia ,..... St. Amour, Peggy ,,... St. Amour, Sandrali ...,, 134 134 .,,,.....71, 134 ,,.,....50, 72 ,..,.,,,,67, 58 Steuerwald, Charles ...........,,,,,...............,,,,, . Steuerwald, Charlotte .........,..,,,,......,..,...,,,,.,. .V 51 53 Stevens, jane ,.,, ..,,,,,,,.... 63, 67, 100, Stewart, Donald ,,.,.,,,....,.......,..,,,,.,,, ......,,........, Stewart, james ,,,,, Stolcenburg, john ,.... Stoops, Betty ,....,,,,....... Strandberg, Donna ,,,.... Stribley, Margaret ..,,,,,. Stroud, lane ,,,,,,,...... Sturgeon, janice .,,,,,, Suiter, jerry ..,........ Swan, Stephen Swanson, Phyllis ,.,,..,. Swartz, jerry ,,,.,.... Sweet, Tom ,,., Swenson, Mike ..,,,, Swett, Robert ,,,,... Swift, Walter Swords, Kirby Takahashi, Sakichi ,.., Taulbee, Sandra ...,,.., Taylor, Vivian H Tennant, Sandra ,,,,. Thies, David . ,,,,., , Thies, Ronald ..,.,.. Thomas, Carlo Thompson, Karen ,,,,, Thornton, Russ ,.,,, Thunfors, Linda ....,,,. 51, 64, 67, 100, ffffffebf 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 135 135 135 135 98, 100, 135 135 ,..,..,,.,63, 64, 135 135 , ,, ,,,,, 53, 58, 135 54, 61, 67, 135 ,,,100, 104, 135 ,,... 65, 67, 135 ,,.,,52, 135 Shlneldecker, Chuck ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shreve, Tom ,,,,,... Shriver, judy ...,.,,,... Sieplinga, Larry Sietsema, Tom Siiter, Ron ,,,...,, Simpson, Sandra Siplon, james ..,,,, Siplon, jerry Sitzema, Nancy Skeels, Carroll . Smack, David , Smedes, Tom Smeltekop, Gary Smith Carolyn ,,,... Smith Charles Smith, Dawn ...,.,. Smith, joyce ..,,,,,, Smith Kathleen Smith Kathryn Smith Nancy ,,,....,,, Smith Richard Smith Rodger Smith Sandra .,.,,, Smith Sue ,,,..,.. Sorenson, Allen Abraham, Dan ..,.,,,, Abrelat, Arnold ,,,.. Ackerman, Doris .,,,,,,. Ackerman Gar Ahearn, Dan ,,,,,.....,.., Akins, Mary Lou ,.,,,,, ,.,,,,.67, 74 ,.,,,,,61, 64, 67, .......,....58, ,Q1QQQQ1i56f7'i Qi ,.,iiiiiiiiliS1,Sii.,54 98, 100, .....,.,.,61, 72, 100, ...,,...54, .,,,,,,72. , Y .-,-,--- Agerstrand, Charles Tietsort, Gail ,,,,,,,,. Tilford, Sue .....,., Tobin, janet ,...... Tousey, Sally .,.,,,... Townsend, Carol ,,,,,, Trap, Paul Traweek, lrene ,,,,, Treloar, David ..,,,,, Tripp, Carol ,,.,,..,.,, Turns, Beverly , ,,,. Twining, Dennis ,,,,.... Ulbrich, Charles ,.,, ,,,.. HiffffffffiefiiiiiiiiiT 6 50, ,.,,,,5i, 54, eo, 70, ,, ,,,,,,,,. , 50, Umstead, jacqueline VanAndel, Ken ,,..,.. 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Bouwman, Linda ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,A,,A,,,, 5 8, Bovich, Andrea ,.,,,,A,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 3, 66, Bowen, Barbara j. ..7,, ,7......,, l OO, Bowen, Barbara L. ,,,,, ,,,,,,..., l OO Sue ,,,..A,,..A,, Bowlin, Boynton, Betty ,,,.., Brahman, Herbert Brandt, Barbara .,.,,..,.,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,.f1f.1'i52 .5l, 66 Breuninger, Pamela ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S 3, 64 B riggs, Roberta ,,...,,,.. Briskorn, judy ..,.,... Brondyk, Darlene Broughton, Bill ,..,,.. Brouhard, jacquelynn Broutman, Lana ,,,. ,,,, ,... Brow, David ,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Beverly ....,,, Brown, jewel ..,,,,,... Brown, Sharon ,,.....,,, Brustad, jacqueline Biotin' Woes, W'E'if56e. Buckwald, Sandra ,.,, Bult, jerry ...,,,,...,... Bunnell, Brian ,,... Burden, Carolyn ,.,, Burdick, Ned ...,, n Burgess, Paul ...,....,.,, ,..,,,.,..., Burmeister, Carol ,...., ,,..... 5 0, Burns, Glenda ,,,..,,, ..,,,.. ,,,,....,,, Burr, Sharon ,,,,.A,, ,..,,...,...,,, ..,.,,, 5 0 , Burt, Marion a,..A ...o,,....A Burt, Pearlene ,....o, ,,... .,,,. Bush, Carol .,,,,,,,A, ,,,A.,, 5 3, Buter, Cheryl ..,,..., .....A ...........,,,, Butler, Basil ,..,,,,.....,, .....,,,.a,.,..,,,.... Butterfield, Caren ,,..,, 98, lOl Buttermore, Lary ,.,,,,,, .,,.,,..,,,,,.,... Byers, Connie ,...,,..,. Caris, Gust .....,,,, Carlisle, Ann ......,. Carlson, Christine ..,, Carlson, Ronald ,,... ...,,o.. 118855 1 v Carlson, Tom ,,,....,,,.,,. ...,..., 66 , 88, Carmean, Beverly ,.., ,..,....,.......,,. Carter, joyce ,......,.. .,..,,. 6 6, Carvey, Mary ,.... ,..,,a,.... Ceton, judy ..,,u,,..,.,. .......,,,. V Chadwick, Tom ......,.,. ........... - ..,., Charron, Barbara .,a,.,, ,,....... l OO, Cherry, Wayne ,....,, Chidester, Mike .,,... Chumney, Darleen ,,.... Cirner, Darlene N.. Clark, james Clarke, Arthur a...,... .............. 5 4. Clarke, Howard ,.....u..,., - ......,o,...... Cleveland, Robert ,...,...,...,. ,,..... Clish, Willene L.- .,,,,. L ,........, ...,,.,. - .. Clover, janice ,,,.., ...,,., 5 0, Colburn, Sandra ..,.,, Collins, Herbert .,,., Comstock, jim ...,, Cone, Larry Conklin, Betty ...,. Connell, William ,,... Connelly, Fred ..,... Conrad, Diane ,,.... Conrad, Don s.,,,,, Cook, Clifford ,,,,.. Cook, Harry ...... Cook, janet ...,,..,, Cook, Shirley ,,,,..... Cooke, Donald ..,,.., Cooper, james ,,.,,. Cope, Claudia .,.... asses, Qlfiiiiiifl Sof' Corbin, Frank ....,,. Corliss, Stanley ,..,, Corpe, Carol a,,... Corpe, Phyllis ,,,,.... Coston, Carol .,..... Countiss, judy ,......, Courter, Clifford .,,. Crago, Bill ....,..,...,, ,cfffffislifn Crago, Richard ....,,,,. ..... K .. -... .. Crawford, Carolyn .,,..... ....,.,,,v 6 5, Crawford, Louise ..., Crist, Pat ,,,......,..... Critchett, Linda ,,.. Crosby, Mike ,...... A Cross, Dan ,,., ....s.... Cross, Peggie .s,.,,..... Crothers, Daniel ,,.s Crowell, Beverly .,.. Curtis, David ....,,,.,. Dahl, Douglas ,,.....,,.. Dahlstrom, Marsha .....,, .,....... DlAlcorn, judy ..,...,,. 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Higbee, Geneva .,,,,.. Hill, Lois .,,.,....., . Hilliard, Kay ,...., Hines, Gary .,..,,,.... Hislop, Daniel .....,, Hoeker, jim ,..,,,.. Hoffman, Gwen ,,a. Hogan, Linda .,..... 51, 72, 'iWfffffffQfE6Qd sslffissin s..Qff5'ifi ee, ..-ffffffiifn Holdren, David ,,.,....,,... ,M ,,,,.,,,,,, 64, Hollar, Dayle ..,,.....,,,,,,,..., ..,..,,,. 5 4, 66, Hollenbeck, Richard ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 4, 65, Holloway, john ..,,......,A .,............,,,,...., . Holmberg, Ann ,,...... Holmberg, Gordon Homer, Lee .a...,,.... Hooker, james ,A.., Hopkins, Homer .,.. Hosler, Russell ....,.. House, David .,...,.... Houseman, Larry ....,. Howard, james ...,,,,... Hozer, Charles ...., Hradsky, jon ...,,.,,...., Hudgins, Barbara .,,,, Hughes, Harvey .,,.... Hughes, Ronald .,,.. Hughes, Shirley ,,,,.,,, - ..,...,,... ee, .,......,54, ., ...,,s,.. 52, fffffffff 511156, .Qfffffsisfd Huizenga, Darleen ...,,.,.., W- ..,.. Huizenga, john ....,..... 2 ,..,... .,...,.,.. 8 3, Hulings, Thelma .s..... 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Keglovitz, Carolyn ..,,c, Keiser, Donna ,...,,,.. Kelly, Sharon ,....,,, Kern, joyce .... Kevern, james ....,, Kieft, Marilyn ,,,... Kienke, Herb .,..,, Kies, Carolyn ,,,. King, Louis ...,,,,.,. King, Martha .,,,.,...,,. Klevering, Marva ,...., Knooihuizen, Sam ..,,,.a Kolberg, Kristine ,,...... Kooi, David ,a....,,,..... Koolovitz, Nancy ..,,.. Koomen, Ruth ....,,,,.. Koutnik, Barbara .,,,. Krannitz, Kay ....,,,.,, Kronlein, Sheryl ...,,, Krumwiede, Roy ....,.. Kuck, Raymond ,,,..,,, Kuhn, Ted ...,,....,...... Kurtz, David ..., ....,,. Kymes, judith ....,. Laman, joan ,,,,.... Lamson, Robert ,,....., Larabee, Barbara .,,,.. Larsen, Curt ....,,.,. Larsen, David ...,,, Larsen, jackie ,,a.., Lawrence, joe ,..,,, Leeds, Sue ,,....,,,,... LeRoux, William ,,..,, Leutscher, Lorrie ,,,,,, Levine, Mary ..,,c... Lindgren, Bruce ..,.,. Lindhoff, Marie ..,,., Lindsey, Patricia ..,,,. Link, Carole .....,,, Link, joanne ....s.... Linton, Daniel ,..... Locke, Fred ...,.. London, Rosie ..,,.. 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'wfsiifisl 54, 56, Meyers, Richard ,,,, ,.,..,,,.....,,s Mezynski, Karen ,,,. Michele, Bill ,,,,,..,,, Mikan, Bonnie ,..... Milas, Emil ,...,,.,.,, Miller, jim ,,,,..,,,,. Millwood, jesse .,... Mines, Gerald ..,,s.... Mitchell, William 58, 98, Monroe, Lewis ...,,,, , ,,,,.,,,,, .. Monroe, Ralph ,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Morphew, Frances Morrison, janyce ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, 6 4, Mortanson, Betty Mota, Romona ,,..,.. ,...,..,,.... Movey, Paula .,,,....., .,..,,, 5 1, Mowers, Robert ..,,,. ..,,... 66 , Mucky, Betty ,,,...... ,,......,,... Mulder, Marva ...,,,a. Munroe, Nancy ,.,..., Musk, Larry www, Nash, Terry ,,,,,,. ..,..,,58, Neading, Shirly ..,,,,. ,,,.......,...., Near, Dennis ..,,... Nelson, Bruce ...,,, Nelson, john ..,,. Nevins, Barry ..... Newell, Dave ,,,,.... 'iwififesf ,m.-.54, es, Nichols, Alfred ,,,,,,,,....,, ,,,,,,, 8 4, 85, Nlcklsch, Sherwood ,,,,., - ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Noggle, Wanda ........., ......, 5 0, Norton, joanne' ,....., ..,,,....,,,. Norton, Lorraine .,,,.... ....... 6 6, Novatny, Nancy ..... Nyuli, Ruth ,,,,..,,, Obenauf, Sharon ..... ....,,.....,, Ober, Tom ..,,,........, ,,.,,.. 64 , Oestman, Kathy ,..... ,....,. 7 1, Ogborn, Ronnie Ogle, jim .,,,,,... Ohst, Sharon ....,,, Oliver, Charles ,,...,, Olson, Barbara ....,.. Olson, Fred ,,,....,,..,. Olson, Richard ,,...., Osborne, Zolla ....,,.... Ouwerkerk, janice Ouwerkerk, Ruthann ,,...,, Palmer, john ......,.,.....,..,....,.. . ..,,,,,. 54, 66, Parsons, Charles , .....,, - ...,,.... ....,,,.,...,,,. Pastori, Diane ,.,,........ ...,,,.....,. Patitucci, joseph .....,.. Pavloff, Lyle .....,,... Pearson, Blaine Pearson, Russell ,,,.. Pedersen, Linda ,,.. ,,,.,,,.,,. . , Pedler, Mike ,,...,,, ..,,...,84 Pendell, Bill ..,.......,, .,,,,,.. 8 8, Pengilly, Carolee ,,,,.,. ....,,.. 5 4, Perry, Arlene ......,s,. 1 , i Perry, Raymond .,,,.,.. Perry, Tom ..,.....A. Perry, Wanda ...,,, Peterman, Dave ,..... Peters, Randall ...., Peterson, Selah ..,,..,. Petterson, Sharon .,,,,., -uc ........... 59 164 Pfenning, john ,...,... Pickel, Betty ,,.,,... Pletcher, Tom ...... Plumhoff, Brian ,.....,. Poholski, Stephen ,,.. Policka, Tom ,..,-,,,,,,, Pollack, judith ....... Poole, Patricia ,.... Price, Laurel ........ Price, Ted ,.,,,,,,,,,.,Mv Pulsifer, Priscilla ..., Pummel, Harvey .,..A Rademaker, john ..., Rameau, Louis ,.....,, Ramirez, Mary jane Rawdon, Sandra ,..... Recknagel, Ross ..,., Redner, Karen ....... Reed, Gary ,,....., Reed, Mike ..,..,, Rice, jeanie ........,, Rieben, Gary ,A,,,.c, Riekels, Marcia c..,... Roberts, Gene ...,... Robison, Ron .,...,.,,... Rodriguez, Ramiro .. Rogers, Betty .c,,,,,...,, Rollins, Pamela ..,..... Rorem, Rodney .,..,.. Rose, Darrel .,.,.,,,... Rose, Randolph ....... Ross, William ...... Rubinsky, Linda ......, Ryefield, Max ...... Salisbury, David ,...... Sanborn, F. .....,. -,.. Sapp, Robert ...,..,, Saunders, Peg ...c...... Schaefer, Scheiber, Dennis ..... Schleben, james .,...c Schlueter, john ..,,,,,,,,,, Schmuker, Dennis ,.... ,....,.....,.., . .. Schoonbeck, Tom .,,.,.. ,....,....,, Schurtema, Max ,,..,,.......,... .......,..,...,.. Schoole, Lydia ........, Schreiber, Virginia ,,,.. Schutter, Linda a,..... Schwan, Rebecca .,,,,,a,,.........., ...a.., 5 4, Schwartz, Karen .,,.,. Schwass, joanne .,,..., Scofield, Carol ....., Scott, Pamela ...a,,,. Scott, Suzanne ,.......,,, M .,...... . Scouten, Dave ,.,,......,...... ..,.,. Seeger, Phyllis ...- ..., - ,,...,, ............,. . .. Scott, Ruth ,,.....,,,. Seelye, Ethel ..,..... Senf, Sue ,.,..,,.........,. Sen kow, Walter ....,,.a,...,....... ....,.,............, - Servey, Bob ....... -. Shand, George ........... Sheesley, Dan .,.a,,.........,. ..,... Shineldecker, Theresa Shirk, Gary ,,,,........,...... Sh rum, Pat Silver, Robert ,...., Simonton, Bill .,.... Simpson, jan ,,a.. Six, Bruce ...c......... Slicker, Phyllis ....,. Sluyter, Sharon .... Smack, Wayne .,.,.... Smeltekop, Duane ...,..,. ,......... 5 4, Smith, Carol Ann ,,,. Smith, Charlotte .... Smith, Edward ..... Smith, janet ....... Smith, Linda .,,a....,.. Smith, Margaret ..,,,,.. Smith Smith Smith Smith , Mary Lou ,.,... , Mike .,,,........ , Sheila ,..,,.. , Shirley ,,,.... -. Snellen, Barbara .,...... Snow, Cheryl ,...... - ......... Sorensen, Gerald Sparks, Carolyn .,,,a, Kathleen ,,.... .,......,,. 5 O 1 , 72, 54, 64, 50, 1 66 166 166 166 166 166 1 66 66 166 1 66 166 65 166 53. 66, 8. Spencer, Tyrone .,,., ...s..,a..,,,,f Spira, Dan .......,... .....,,...,,. , ,,f.... . .------ Spira, Don ,..,........... .- ............................. Spurgat, Cynthia ,..,,.. , ....... ,56, 62, 56, 73, Starks, Richard ........., ..... - ......,.,.s,.,...........,... Steigenga, Charles .,.,. - ........, .... . .66, Steiner, Mary jo ...- .... .... . , 52, Stenseng, jeanine ...... Stever, june ,.....,......... Stewart ac ueline , l Q 4-.--- Stidham, Darlene ..,-.. Strandberg, Ferna ...... Street, Susan ,,......,,, 58, 50, 54, Strong, Yvonne ,,..... ..,.,,., .........., Suiter, Ray ....c,.., Sullivan, jim ....... Sullivan, Robert ,... Sustaita, Rene ,..,.... Swanson, Karin .,,,... -. Swartzlander, Glenn Swift, Nancy ...,....... Swirsky, Mike .....,.,.... Sydloski, Madeline Tamulis, Walter ............... Taylor, Betty .,...,, Taylor, Nancy ....,.., Taylor, Patricia ......, Taylor, Terry ....,,..... Tennant, George ,, ,.... . ff.ffffsi'f' 56, 72, TerBeek, Karen ,.a, .a,. 5 1, TerBorg, Clarence ...,,,,.., Thies, Carl ..,.,..,, .,,,.... , .- Thies, joyce .,,,.... c,,. 7 2, Thies, judy ......,,.. ,.,a,,,, 5 O, Thies, Larry ., ,..... ,,,,,.. , W Thomas, Gerald ,..., ......,,,...,, , Thomas, Patsy ....,.,,. - ..,,.... ...,,.. Thompson, Allan ..,.,,. ,,.,....,. 5 4, Thorsen, joan ........,.. - ...,.,.... , ..,,,, -.. Thunfors, Brenda ...,.... ...,, , , 51, 64, Thunfors, jean ,,..,.,, ....a,... 7 2, 98, Thurston, Marcia ...,,. ,,,.,a ,,.,,..,,..,,...... Timmer, Marcia ..,,, ,,,,,.. 5 1, 58, 66, Tindall, Darleen .... .,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,...... Tischler, Lynn ..,- ,...... a,.,... 5 1, Toppen, Harvey ..,.,...... -, ..,,...... Torrans, Kathie ,,,.,.. - .,.............,.,. ........ 6 4, Torrent, Lynn ....,, - ..,,.,. ....,,,. 9 8, Tourcotte, joan S ..,. ...,,. .64, Townsend, jim ..,...,........,... - .....,. .,.........e,.. Townsend, Sandra S.-. - .......,,,. ...,.,.,....,,.. . .. Trebilcock, Chris ,...... -, .......,..a,...,.....,.,..... -L Treutler, Marilyn ......,,,......,. -..U ,,..... 54, 64, Tromp, Gerald ....... .- ,..,,,...,. .,................. Tufts, Robert ,,.,... Twiest, Twining, Tyrrell, Ullmer, Ulmer, Gertrude a,,..... L. Carolyn ..... Barbara ...... jan ice Underwood, Annie Upson, Usmial, Utzinge Utzinge Millie ,,....,... Carolyn ,.,,, r, john cm. r, Sue ..,,. ' .Qfsif Gary ,.,.... -. ..,........ ...,...... , 53, 100, ,,,,....98, 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 165 166 165 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 VanDam, Gary .,......,... Vander Laan, Peter ...,....., Vander Laan, Robert ,,,,,... Vander Leest, Garry ....,.., ,... .88, Vander Leest, Larry .,,..... ......,... ..........-, Vander Sys, Cherie ,... Vander Velde, Beverly Van Dongen, Bill ...,........ Van Dyke, Sandra ,,.,.., Van Dyke, Steven ..... 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 l 67 ..,....,.167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 167 Van Riper, Sharon ,.....,, - ,,a,,...,.... ......... Vantrepott, judy ...,,,. W .......,.. ......... Van Westen, john ..,... ,........ Vargas, Leonard ..,,...,,. .,,....,,,............,,,,.... Veitenheimer, Bill ....,., - ,.,.........,......,... Veldman, jerry ...,,..... .,,............, 5 8, Visscher, Marilynn ,,.. ..... - ..,58, 64, Visser, Dick ..,,.....,.,, ....,......,.,.,.,,. Vredeveld, Douglas ..... .,.,....,..,.... Wade, Michael ..,,...,.,.,. , .....,.. ......,. 5 4, 56 Wagonmaker, janice ...,..,.... -..167 Walker, Denise .,,,.,,,.... ........, 64 , 167 Wallace, Celester ...,.... ,........ 8 8, 167 Wallace, Pauline ,,,,....... ..167 Walsworth, Brian ..,,. ,.,...,,, 1 67 Wardell, Carolyn .....,. ,.,....,. 1 67 Wayer, Carmen ,...... .,........,,.............., 1 67 Way, Pat W- .,.........,.. ,.,..,.,,,,......a,,......,,., l 68 Way, Patricia ..... - ..,,,.... - ...,,. - ..,,,,, 50, 168 Weaver, Ronald .,,... ,,,,,,,,.,,, 1 68 Webber, Bill ,,,..,,.,, ,,,,.,., ,,.,,.. , , ,.l68 Weber, Geraldine ,,... ,,,,..,,,,,.,...,,,,,,, 7 1, 168 Welch, Dave .......,.., , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 65, 168 Wells, Sandra .,....., .........,.. 1 68 Werner, Ardith ..., ,,,....., 1 68 Westcomb, Pat ,.,,.. ......... 1 68 Westedt, Karen ....., ...,,.,.. 1 68 Wheeler, David ...... ,,,,,.,,,,, 1 68 White, Beverly ..,.,,. ,,,,,,,,, 5 0, 168 White, Richard ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 68 Wiard, Carmen ,,,.,..,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 51, 54 Wichter, Shirley .,,.,.., ,,,,,,,a,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 0, Wickerink, Sally .,..... 53, 58, 63, Wierengo, Andrew Wierengo, Mary Lou Wlerengo, Sandra ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 I, Wikman, Ruth .,.- Wilcox, Karen ..... Wilde, judy ....,.. 58, 168 168 168 168 168 168 100 71, 168 168 168 168 168 168 168 168 168 Wildfong, Kay ...,,,. ,,,,,,, 1 02, Willett, john a,,,.. a,,,,,,,,,,,, Williams, Al ..,,.,.... ,,,,,,,,, 5 4, Williams, Chuck ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, H ,,--,,,,,,, Williams, joan ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wilson, Carol Ann .,,,,,, M ,,,,,,, 51, 66, Wilson, Dewitt ..,,,,,a, ,,,',,-,,,,.,.,A,,,, Wilson, Georgia ,,,,,,,. --m,,,,50, Wilson, joan .,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,.,,,-, Wilson, Melanie .....,. Wiltenberg, Barbara . Witham, Wayne .........,. Wittkopp, jane ........, Wohlford, Bonnie ...., Woldring, Carma ...,.. Woller, Linda Wood, Paula .......,. Wood, Shirley ....... Woods, Gene .........,, Woodward, Robert Worthing, Wilma ..... Wright, Russ .............. Wynbelt, Walter N.-. Yoder, Sally ........ Zachariason, jane .,,,,... Zinn, George ...,,...... Zizzo, Gean ,,.....,....,... 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