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

 - Class of 1960

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Since the atom was first smashed, various scientific inventions have been transforming the every-day world. Atomic powered jets, new chemicals, and electronic com- puters are only a few significant contributions of the atom to humanity. Because America's schools have made addition- al contributions to mankind and because the ed- ucational system is essential to American progress, institutions such as M. H. S. may be compared to a powerful atom. The young men and women of Muskegon Senior High form the protons and neutrons of a student nucleus around which the electrons in the atom revolve. Our school atom contains four electrons.. The first electron consists of adrninistra- tion, faculty, and classes which charge the nucleus. Electron number two, the organizations, orbit about the pupils causing them to dispel nuclear energy. The year's hi-lites represent a third electron which balances the atomic valence of our school. There is still another electron, the advertising staff for Said and Done. This completes an atom that must work together in a single harmonious system. A state of orderly co-operation is achieved in the com- pletion, and co-operation is responsible for the enormous progress our educational institutions have made. As the chemist's atom is a vital part of science so the school-atom is a vital part of American ideals and American life. . Tom Zatalokin typifies the average student at M.H.S. who helps to create the changes and activity noticed around the campus. Here he visits with buddies before the last bell rings for home room. Making final touches on a theme, Tom keeps busy during home room, while listening to announcements. Research requires using facilities in the library. Clarifying a doubtful problem, Tom confers with his mathematics instructor. Mr. Rolfe. zwfeaa an die 0450110 Working out a problem in physics ln line for his lunch, Tom feels the helps Tom to be informed in scientific need to nourish his body with well facts. balanced food. Time out to talk with a friend is a Learning about our government helps moment ot relaxation for Tom. make Tom a more responsible citizen. Thus the typical school day ends for one typical with us through the pages of time to review your M. H. S. high school student. But for a moment come days at Muskegon Senior High School. edbedbw Miss Hitchcock spent her years at M. H. S. going about her duties with quiet dignity and pleasant demeanor. She always gave one the feeling of having everything under control at all times. We remember her for her cooperation and willingness to assist with whatever need- ed to be done. She served as class advisor and often handled the ticket sales for school dra- matics and musical productions. Not only did Miss Hitchcock give of her time and energy to school affairs, but also to her church and benevolent groups. She served as untiringly in these capacities. Surely we shall remember her for her fine cliiaracter and the inspiration she gave to us a . So to Miss Hitchcock go our good wishes. fm my Tig . '-.- M' E.. , ,. . 't .-15.5 ...nn-rv-'- qv A QW? QN- 3'?aafe1aZ'd Gaze s l muh ziefwbaf Zewefafa M. H. S. students, whom teachers vigorize with education - molecules, constitute the basic chemical elements of a school year. The satellite of academic lizfe continuously revolves around our students, causing the liberation of their atomic energy through diversified methods that may include anything from cramming for "the big" exam, to banging locker doors, and zooming through the halls in rocket- fashion. Q-uite a variation from all this helter-skelter are the priceless counsel and instruction which stu- dents receive, preparinq themselves for future pos- itions in our community, in our nation, and in a changing world. 10 .mm axdylf J, Qhzzzmed Through each successive year at Muskegon High School the class of 1960 has discovered that school life can hold many memories. As Sophomores they were amazed by the new atmosphere that sur- rounded them. As Iuniors they began to know and understand what went on about them, and then, as Seniors they were classified as responsible people. Many important jobs were placed on their shoulders for execution. The class of 1960 has indeed made itself known. It was very ably served by Tom Hammond as presi- dent, Iim Alberts as vice-president, Merri Lee Knapp as secretary, Hollee Beadle as treasurer, Barb Hene- veld as parliamentarian, Ian Dephouse as reporter, Dan Poort as historian, and Iudy Decker and Iim Iesperson as sergeant-at-arms. The Seniors could certainly not have attained the goals for which they were striving without the aid of their sponsors. Assisting Mr. Carlson, head sponsor, were Mrs. Mayrose, Mr. Weaver, and Mr. Ritcheske. At our homecoming Rita Sayles was chosen to reign as queen with Terry Locke as king. The senior attendants were Merri Lee Knapp, Roxie Pierce, Ioe Bhodea, and lim Erickson. This year the football team was co-captained by Terry Locke and Ioe Rhodea. Later in the year Dave Nelson acted as co-captain of our basketball team. Several seniors have won hon- ors in scholastic achievements. Other students took their places in sports, debate, vo'cal and instrumental music, and all the many other activities of the year. From left to right. SITTING: Hollee Beadle, Iudy Decker. Barb Heneveld, Merri Lee Knapp, Tom Hammond. STANDING: lim Alberts, Ian Dephouse, lim Iesperson, and Don Poort. ABRELAT. ARNOLD HENRY COURSE: General ACKERMAN. DORIS MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Y-Teens. America, National Honor Society. AGERSTRAND, CHARLES FRED COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball. Future Accountants of AHEARN. DAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. ALBERTS, IAMES RONALD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Vice-President of Senior Class. National Honor Society. Football, Basketball, Track. Varsity Club, Bowling League. Said and Done Stall. Masque Dramatic Society. ALVIAR, MARIA DE IESUS COURSE: Secretarial AMBROSE, EUGENIE CLAIR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Carmenta. Y-Teens, Booster Club. AMES, CAROL LYNN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses. G.A.A., Bowling, Assistant Secretary: Said and Done Stall. ANDERSON. JOAN ELIZABETH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Vice-President: Bowling. Secretary: Said and Done Staff. 4 if g 'nv ,H A 4 H Q . .. giifffj W 3.'.m3,w , . ,. ag-sifgvza-,gA. 2 -:E - ivy' Sv if ' f ' 1 ' .rl i I3 K 'll - re. Q 9, Q I? . fgtfgrltlxfw V ANDERSON. NANCY LEE COURSE: Business ARNSON, WILLIAM EDWIN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Varsity Club. AUBURN. CHARLES MAC COURSE: College Prep. AUGUST. IRWIN IOEL COURSE: College Prep. BAALS. SANDRA SUE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir. BACK, RALPH R. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track. Track, A Cappella. I BAILEY, BETTY IEAN COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir. BAIN, RETHA IEAN COURSE: Business BAKKER, GEORGE GERRIT COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Said BALKEMA. DAN LEE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y. F. C. BARNARD, MICHAEL IOHN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball. BARNES, BILL I. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Track. BARNHARD, NORMAN R. COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Basketball BARRETT. BONNIE CAROL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Student Carmenta. BARRETT, LARRY LYLE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Iets. and Done Staff. Council, Y-Teens, f . T' I. ll is .pf I f BARRINGER, NANCY LOU COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, French Club. BARTSCHT. RICHARD IOEI. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: I-Ii-Y, Baseball. BASHAM, DONALD EUGENE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Conservation Club, Vice-President: Booster Club, Masque, A Cappella, Thespians. BAUN, IANET DAWN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, Senior Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Bowling, Booster Club. BEADLE, I-IOLLEE DIANE COURSE: College Prep. Latin Club, Carmenta, Treasurer: A. F. S. Chairman, Booster Club, President, Corr. Sec- Ietary: Girls' Choir, President: Senior Class Treasurer. BEALS, GAYL DANIEL COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. Track. ACTIVITIES: BENCH. IUDY BELLE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, French Club, Y-Teens. BENEDICT. IAMES N. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football. BENI-IAM, BARBARA IEAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Y-T BERG, RITA IRAN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accounta BERGER. IAMES IOSEPI-I COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Baseball BERGHUIS, IAMES EDWARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football. nts of America. eens, Future Nurses, Y.F.C. BEATTIE, MARIE BECK, MICHAEL LOUIS COURSE: College Prep. BECKER. ROBERT EDWARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Little Red Football. Big Red and Lrttle Red Football, Manager: Baseball, Manager Var sity Club, Golf. BECKMAN, EDWIN THOMAS COURSE: Auto Mech Day Trade BEEGLE, BARBARA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Future Teachers, Conservatxon Club, President. BEESING, KAREN MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Masque, Y-Teens, Student Coun cil, Carmenta. BEGIN, KENNETH LEE COURSE: Co-op BELASCO, RICHARD EDWARD COURSE: College Prep. BELL, MARY CHARLENE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. G.A.A.. F.H.A. K I i BIRD. TED WILLIAM COURSE: Day Trade BLEICH, RUSSELL COURSE: General BLEIER, BRENTON ALAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Keyhole. BLEVINS. IIM RONALD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Golf, Student Council. Varsity Club. BLOODGOOD, IUDY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y.F.C.. Future Teachers. Treas- urer: Y-Teens. BOGUE, DEANNA KAY COURSE: General BOOKER. MARILYN A. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Madriqal Choir, Masque. Debate, Varsity, Speech Guild, Historian: Keyhole, Editor, Manag. Editor: A Cappella. Thespians. BOS. ANN MEREDITH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica, Y-Teens, Student Council. BOUWMAN. MARCELLA MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica. Orchestra. Y-Teens, Iunior Classical League, Student Council. BERGREN, RENE' IOYCE COURSE: Commercial BETZ. DANIEL LEE COURSE: College Prep. BIBB, EMMA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Library. BIELINSKI, STANLEY IOSEPH COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Cross Country Track H1Y Bowling Treasurer BIRD. CONNIE L. COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Booster Club YF C Spanish Club GAA Y-Teens. BIRD. IEAN MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. 9, .Q iiii -. s M ..: .K 1 v "w a ist - W X ar., , ff' H A 'ii . f Q' if : I iii it ,. ,gk ,- 155 if :sf ff X BOWYER, STEPHEN MARION COURSE: College Prep. . f ACTIVITIES: HI-Y, Baseball, Y.F.c. , BOYD, SHARON MAE COURSE: College Prep. BRANDENBURG. WILLIAM ROGER COURSE: College Prep. BRANTMAN, LEON L. COURSE: College Prep. BREZINSKI, IOYCE ELLEN COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Chorus. BRINK, DAVID LEE COURSE: College Prep. Y-Teens, Future Accountants, dpi "'--w... E IF' I I I xi ' -. I I I BRITTON, ANNA NORA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Bowling. BROWN, DARLENE MARIA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Library Club, Secretary. BROWN, SANDRA GAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Future Nurses. BROWN, WILLIAM ANDREW COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Bowling. BROWNE, MARGO IANE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Conservation BRUI-IN, PATRICIA R. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Club, Future Nurses. BRYANT. IOYCE MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, Future Accountants. BUCKLEY, MARY CAROL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, F.T.A., Booster Club, G.A.A., French Club, Senate. BUIKEMA. IAMES WAYNE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball. BUIT, KENNETH IOHN COURSE: General ACTIVl'1'IES: Football, Baseball. BULTEMA. IANE DELENE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses. Debate, Y.F.C. Club. euleu I I BURCH. ROY RONALD :AN COURSE: College Prep' Qi ACTIVITIES: School Page Editor, Booster Club, Treasurer: Madrigalians, Campus Keyhole. BURR, DEWEY GEORGE COURSE: College Prep. BUSH. SAMUEL LEWIS COURSE: General ' BUTEYN. BRUCE EDWARD COURSE' College Pre . p. ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Bowling, bate, Thespians, Vice-President: Y.F.C., De- Iets Club. ir rv as PM 352-fu 'si f f' Es- '-JZ-- I .i " .I.. 2 2 2 2 I 3 2 Q22 2 2 wits. E xi X 1 I it .Z A nigga hs, H tg S2 , , 2 21: K S Y I 2 tx . . S' .J ,3 . - A z. ,5 :1E":'3: SEQ Kr I 2. M., 2 3352922 li Ag 5 A . 2 A fi S55 ST CALKINS. NORMA IEAN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants CARIS. TED A. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Tennis, Varsity Club. CARLISLE, GORDON LESLIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Orchestra, Madrigalians, Y.F.C. Hi-Y, A Cappella. CARLSON. DAVID OSCAR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: lets, Projector Club, Pro Musica, Band, Y.F.C. CARLSON, KURT RAYMOND COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. CARLSON. LARRY EDWARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTlVl'I'IES: Madrigalians, CARTER, EDWIN W. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Little Red Football and Basketball, Manager, Big Red Football and Basketball, Manager: Track, Manager. CAUKIN, LAURA MAE COURSE: Business CAYAN, ARTHUR LOWELL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Projector Club. cx-xmsrnnsou. IOHN FRANK counssn co-op CHURCH, SUZANNE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A Cappella. G.A.A., Student Council. Car- menta, Vice-President and Secretary: Y-Teens. Vice-President: Prom Co-Chairman. CILLA, LEE VINCENT COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Keyhole, Photographic Staff: Booster Club. Bowling. CLABAUGH, P. IEAN COURSE: General CLANTON, HELEN DELORES COURSE: General CLARK, LYNDA ROSE COURSE: College Prep. CLAWSON, RANDIE LOU COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. CLAYTON. STEPHAN BLAIR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling. COATES, ELAINE LOU COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Secretary: Y.F.C., Future Nurses. CAYO. KAREN IEAN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. CHAMBERLAIN. ALICE LOUISE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Future Teachers, Y.F.C., Bowling. CHANCELLOR. IANE LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Bowling. Future Accountants. CHAPEL. IUDY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Booster Club, Spanish Club, Student Council. Y.F.C., Said and Done Staff. CHASE, RICHARD WALTER COURSE: Industrial Arts CHONIS. PAULINE FRANCES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Masque. Parliamentarian: Cczrmenta, Student Council. Vice-President: Inter-School Council, A Cappella, Madrigals. Pres. and Treas.: Varieties of 1959, Mistress of Ceremonies: Na- tional Thespians. "Aloha" Prom Co-Chainnan. '? fa ,4,. aa. .4 I l ml!! I f' 'S ., M Q -. ,ff CREWS, IANE LORETTA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y.F.C.. Future Accountants, Reporter: Co-op. CREWS, IUNE ANNETTEE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y.F.C., President: Co-op. CRITCHETT. ELLEN ADRIA COURSE: College Prep. Future Accountants, CUSTER. LOIS ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Choir, Y-Teens. DAHLQUIST. RONALD GEORGE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Camera Club, Keyhole, Tennis, Bowling. DALSON, SALLY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVI'I'IES: Student Council, Masque, Booster Club. Cor- responding Secretary: Carmenta. Historian, Corresponding Secretary: Senior Lite Saving. COCHRAN. SHARON COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Accountants. Co-op. COLE, LAURA PEARL COURSE: Business COLLINGE, CHERRI LYNNE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Senate, Y-Teens, Booster Club, G.A.A. COLLINGE, TERRY LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Little Red Cheerleader, Big Red Cheerleader Senate, Secretary: Student Council, Y-Teens G.A.A. COMPTON, MARY MAUDE COURSE: Business ACTIVI'I'IES: Girls' Choir. CONYBEARE, ANITA CHARLENE COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Choir. COOPER, NEDRA ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A.. Spanish Club. Latin COUNSELOR, GARY DOUGLAS COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Band. Orchestra. COWAN. THOMAS COURSE: College Prep. Club. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Hi-Y. Booster Club, Masque Dramatic Society. National Thespians. 9: , f -.sffw ff ss ,::L.fz:.:..:1 f1:: .Q w 2 . - 3.:..,g.ff ., -1 - A: ,g,g5,i5,f3,- - 1.1-W ... yt., -k.h is 3, i 1 35522335 A DAVIS, CATHERINE LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C.. French Club, Booster Club. DECKER, IUDITH ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Carmenta, Secretary: Senior Class Sergeant-at- Arms: Student Council, Y. Teens. DECOSTER. IERRY WAYNE COURSE: College Prep. DEMLER, IUNE ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, G.A.A., Bowling, Y.F.C. DEPHOUSE, IAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Senior Class Reporter. National Honor Society. DEPHOUSE, SALLY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Carmenta, Y-Teens, Booster Club, A Cappella, French Club. DEVOL, LYNETTE ALYS COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Conservation Club, Pro Musica. Orchestra Thespians. DEVRIES, DARLENE PEARL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Carmenta, Y-Teens, Booster Club. Pro Musica. Band. DEVRIES, DELORES RAE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Sill' wpgy Mm DEVRIES, NANCY LOU COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Booster Club, Future Accountants. DE YOUNG. IEAN ESTI-IER COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, A Cappella, Future Accountants. DE YOUNG, LEE A. COURSE: General DE YOUNG, RON C. COURSE: College Prep. DINGER, MARTHA MAE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Student Council, French I and II. Future Ac- countants, Bowling. DOBB, DARLENE ANITA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Future Nurses. I-"uf 19 DOBB, PI-IILLIP RAYMOND COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football. DRAPER, STUART LEIGH COURSE: General WALTER LEROY General DRAPER. COURSE: DRIVER, HERBERT C. COURSE: College Prep. DROPPERS, PAULETTE IANICE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club, Spanish Club. DUCKETT, SHARON RAYE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Booster Club, Stu- dent Council. DUNK, BEVERLY KAYE COURSE: Secretarial ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants of America, Y.F.C., Y- Teens. DURAM, DONALD ROY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Track. DYKEMA, FLORENCE HAZEL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council. Used Book Store, Co-chairman of Red Cross Drive, Carmenta, Booster Club, Membership Chairman and President. Wg ww 'ABM ilt eect 1 L p - if ' ' wg. .. ss DYKEMA. IANICE RITA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, F.T.A DYKSTRA, CAROLYN JEAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Senate, EAST, ANDREW STERLING COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Stage Set. EDLUND, RALPH CARL COURSE: General ' sv-.fix ' v1f,::f:-ssl' , ,. J ' ' - , ,. . .,..,.. . f .- .E Q' 3 le :HF " is .-ff . I ga , 5... . - .A ., k,.,, Vice-President: French Club Latin Club. ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Baseball. EDSON, DOUGLAS WARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Y.F.C.. Vice-President. ELLIS, BILL COURSE: General H 6-,TT iv B' E' 795 iv- Q . ff' 6 K 1 A R AANPH- fv- lf I. I H- , , fl. lhflffys, QUE 3 L, "tYfH'f1h5f.:-ww ay. we: V. , sv 4,4 Ip.: H . I 'HTF . igik.:'Qs I l5Hff:'i1f' Q .Y ' Q. e EVANS, DON EDWARD COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club. FALBE, WILLIAM RUSSELL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Marching Band. FARMER, IOANNE LYNNE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library, G.A.A., Camera Club, Booster Club. FARR, IAMES CARL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Football. FARRAN, NANCY KAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, Booster Club, Future Teachers. Reporter: Student Council. FAZAKERLEY, MIKE ION COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football. ENGLUND, LANNY M. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club. Hi-Y, Y.I-'.C. ERICKSON, CAROLYN SUE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Speech Club, Future Accountants, Cherry Pie Contest. ERICKSON, DELORES M. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society. ERICKSON, IACK WAYNE COURSE: Co-op ERICKSON, IIM AUTHAR COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball. ERWIN, FAY S. COURSE: Business ERXLEBEN, MARIE IOANN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., A Cappella. ESCARENO, ERNEST COURSE: General ESCARENO, MARGARETO MARVIN COURSE: General XXV ggi' if.. ,KZPI IIY zwkvlkk ' ' R,-'S-: fy I, My-l',,I ll: -i if I f 7.-f' 4, ' il. num li gne, FINUCAN, ANN COURSE: College Prep. FEE. IOHN DAVID COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Science Seminar. FELDT. LARRY ARTHUR COURSE: College Prep. FERENCSIK. IOANNE HELEN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Senior High Chorus I-II. FERRELL, DANIEL JAMES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball. FETHKE. WILLIAM F. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Projector Club, Te FIELSTRA. ROGER LEAMON COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Bowling. N .1 '7 nnis Team Jiffy.-P' iff' ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses. French Club, Booster Club. KOS FISCHER. DONALD LEE COURSE: College Prep. FISCHER. IANICE KAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Latin Club. Bowling, Y-Teens. FLANERY, LAURA MAY COURSE: Business FLOOD, SANDRA KAY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, Booster Club, F.H.A.. Senior High Chorus. FOLK, IUDITH MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, Y-Teens. FOLK, SHARON ELAINE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, FORBERG. IOHN SI-IERWOOD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. FORTON. CAROL LEE COURSE: Business Y.F.C. Club. Qt-5 zify ,Yr-:Sf S-uri' --x I . ,xnxx FOSTER. IOHN COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Hi-Y. FRAISIER, IIM DUANE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, Cross Country. FRENCH, LARRY CHARLES COURSE: Business Education FRIEL, ROBERT L. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Service Club. FROHNER, ALBERT G. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Service Club. GAGE, BEVERLY IEAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Teachers, Booster, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Secretary and Treasurer. Q fr' Z, nd Vick x- F, i 1 ,ci AL' Oi JI - an -in NK Q 'SI .eff Y ' sexi" GARDINER, LARRY DEAN COURSE: College GASSMAN, DENNIS CHARLES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica. Masque. Science Seminar, Bowling. GAUL, KAREN ETHEL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants. GAY, BARRY L. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Varsity Club. GETZ, BEVERELY MAE COURSE: General and Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Y.F.C. GIBNER, CAROL LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Masque, Speech Guild, play- Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. GIBSON, TERRY LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Campus Keyhole, photographer: Camera Club, Vice-President. GILLARD, ANN MARGARET COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir. Booster GILLARD, IUDITH LOUISE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A Cappella. Club. Y-Teens. 23 GILMORE. RALPH WILLIAM COURSE: College Prep. GIULIANI, CARROL A. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. GLEASON. KAREN LOU COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club. GLIDDEN, KAY ALENA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club. Senate Fine Arts, Speech Guild, Pro Musica, Society. GOEBEL, IOANNE FRANCES COURSE: General GOGGIN, ANN SANDA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club. Student Council, Speech Guild, Treasurer: I.C.L., Senate. Student Council, National Honor 331 ' is ,W ::,,:::::::::: Li lf? Q15 i ii 24152555 I QELQQSE1. if 1 : H t,.e :f..J,, . ,:., ...U-12: .,t: , ,7,. M... ,Q ,, ,H ,- ..,, A fr-' t,,. ,.w:..ft.f, ., . .-N - h:g.g,,g.,gg',.,..,1m wee-W-M f 1: 1. fi -fc...-5.2: fy. .15 ff-:if -m::Q::sSH, I, GOOSEN. DONALD EDWARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, Hi-Y. GRAHAM, SANDRA L. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Future Nurses, Booster Club. GRAY. ROBERT IOE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Basketball. GRAY, SHARON ELAINE COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: French Club, G.A.A., GREEN, LEONARD GEORGE COURSE: General GREENE. KEN LEROY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y. Bowling, Y-Teens GREVEL, TERRY MICHAEL COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball. GRIFFITH, CAROLYN ROBERTA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Bowling.: GROENEVELD, THOMAS PAUL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, President: National Honor Society Historian: Science Seminar, Pro Musica. ""'vvvvs--... .-' " i f. . . :5 -r"'6 if -.- N-F1 lg if-I X '53 in I I v HALVERSON, BARBARA V. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Keyhole, Booster, Y-Teens. HAMM, IAMES IOI-IN COURSE: College Prep. HAMMOND, THOMAS CHASE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Madrigals, Senior Class President. HAMMONS, WARREN LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Science Seminar, Y.F.C. HANDY, LINDA SUE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: F.N.A., Secretary and President: Student Council, Treasurer: Y.F.C. I-IANSEN, ELSA EMILIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: I.C.L. lictor, F.N.A., A Cappella, accompanist. HANSEN, PRISCILLA ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Forensics, French Club, President: Liie Saving, Madrigals, Vice-President: Mas- que, Secretary: Orchestra, Pro Musica, Prom Variety, Thespians, Y.F.C. HAPPENY. ANN L. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Booster, F.N.A., Y-Teens. I-IATFIELD. IAMES WALKER COURSE: College Prep. BRONBERG, EDITH CHRISTINE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., F.A.A., Vice President FNA BROOTHUIS, LOIS IANE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., F.N.C. GUIKEMA, MARLENE IOYCE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Library Club GULER, TURKAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Exchange Student. GUSTAFSON, LORNE WALKER COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: lets. HAGEN, CAROL IEAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band. Pro Musica, Madrrgalians Accompam t Debate, Speech Guild Historian YTeens I . lnz' ' -,Zk i g! ff -M Q . N. -t 26 HILTON, EDWARD PETER COURSE: College Prep. HINES, IEANNIE KARIN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Student Council, Booster Club, Chair- man of Homecoming Committee. HOFFMAN, WAYNE CHARLES COURSE: General HOLLANDER, PEGGY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Future Teachers, Latin Club, chorus director: French Club, Campus Keyhole, Said and Done, Masque, Thespians, Y.F.C. HOLMAN, RUTH MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Girls' Choir. HOLMAN, RUTHANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Conservation Club, National Honor Society, Y.F.C., F.T.A., Vice-President. HAYES, IOHNNY NELSON COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Basketball. HELLMAN, IOHN EDMOND COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Baseball. HELTON, ED WAYNE COURSE: Day Trade HENEVELD, BARBARA ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Senate, Secretary: Student Council, Y-Teens, Booster Club, G.A.A., Senior Class Parlia- mentarian. HENRY, WALTER WILLIAM COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling. HERDER, DALE MARVIN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Keyhole, Masque. HERLEIN, DANIEL KEITH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Conservation Club, Cross Country. HILLER, MICHAEL GIBBS COURSE: College Prep. HILLIARD, DAVID A. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica, lets, Bowling, National Honor Society, Treasurer: Said and Done. nw: . V A HOLMES, LACINDA LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Senior High School Choir, Girls' Choir, Y.F.C., Booster, Y-Teens. HOLSTEGE, ROGER LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club, Science Seminar. HOMAN, DENNIS ROBERT COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Track, Tennis. HORNIK. SANDRA LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: F.N.A. I-IORSLEY, MARILYN IEAN COURSE: Secretarial ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Orchestra, Choir. HORSFALL, DOUGLAS LEE COURSE: College HOUCK, PATRICIA ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, Pro Musica. Band, Booster Club. HULKA, JANICE MAELENE COURSE: College Prep. I A A f ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Masque, French Club, Science , - Seminar, Madrigalians, Prom. 5 j ' N,,r HULKA, JOYCE ELAINE I I g COURSE: College Prep. ' ACTIVITIES: French Club, Y.F.C., Student Council, Booster A. Club, Y-Teens, Co-Editor of Said and Done. National Thespians. HUMENICK, ELAINE MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Masque, Y-Teens, French Club, Cheerleader. HUNTER, KENNETH M. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Debate, Thespians, Speech Guild, Science Seminar, French Club, National Honor Society. HUTCHINSON, CATHERINE MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Bowling. I-IUTCHINSON, HELEN VIRGINIA COURSE: Commercial HYDE, TERRY LEE COURSE: Business HYLEN, IANET MARY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica, Future Nurses, Latin Club Booster Club, Said and Done. COURSE: IDSINGA, DON COURSE: General IANES. IANICE LOUISE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. IANES. SANDRA LEE COURSE: Secretarial ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir. IARDINE, IOHN BROOKING COURSE: College Prep. IAZDZYK, IAMES STEVEN COURSE: College Prep. IEFFERY, IAMES LARRY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: French Club, Student Council. JENSEN, IANET MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Band, Orchestra, A Cappella, Pro Musica, Y.F.C., Booster Club. IENSEN, SANDRA RUTH College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, Future Nurses, Senate IESPERSEN, IAMES CARL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Varsity Club, Treasurer: A Cappella, Senior Class Sgt.- at-Arms. 2... 'r-1: 'I' -I.. ' 'et 54' K I 4: " ,fgfg.'.1, gist leg f,f'?i.fflg,fQSEi..,g,- 5: IOHNSON, EVELYN IOYCE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. IOHNSON, IOHN WAYNE COURSE: General IOHNSON, KAREN IEANNE COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Choir, Booster Club, Bowling, Y-Teens, Maj- orette, Y.F.C. IONES, THOMAS WARREN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track, Varsity Club. IURY, CHARLES HOWARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Orchestra, Latin Club, Y.F.C., Student Council, Varsity Club, Golt Team. KAZMIERSKI, SYLVESTER WILLIAM COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Varsity Club, Secretary: Football. ill' ' L5 - ?'1i-f3 ft?flrlt 5 it ' ?s a f' ii 1 A .1 V ky ,O 1 , V 'Q ' 3 I '- N ws. hi 33 I A. . KLOMP, BARBARA IEAN COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Band, Pro Musica, Y.F.C. KNAPP, MERRI LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Inter Club Representative and'Presi- dent: Booster Club, Treasurer: Carmenta, Cor- responding Secretary, Vice-President and President: Student Council, Senior Class Secretary. KNEVITT, NANCY LOU COURSE: Business KNIGHT, HARRY EDMUND COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Band. Orchestra, Pro Musica. XONING, ERMA ROSE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. KOOIMAN, KENNETH LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica. KENNEDY, SANDRA LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Librarian: Future Teachers Music Appreciation, Y-Teens. KIDNER, DONALD HARVEY COURSE: General KIEFT. IUDITH ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y-Teens. KILLEBREW, KENNETH RAY COURSE: Business KISSEL. WILLIAM COURSE: College KLASSEN, DAVID COURSE: College ACTIVITIES: Football. EDWARD Prep. IOSEPH Prep. KLECKA, RICHARD ALLEN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, lets, Masque, KLEIN. DONALD EDWIN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Hi-Y. KLEVERING, WILLIAM SIMON COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica. Y.F.C KRUMNACK, ERDMUT COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Exchange Student, Carmenta, Student Council, Speech Guild. KRUPP, NANCY BETH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Senate. KUEHN, GEORGE ARTHUR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Track. KUHN, DONALD WILLIAM COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Tennis. KUTUCHIEF. JOHN LUBEN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, President: Madrigals, A Cap- pella, French Club, Inter-School Council. LANTING, ROBERT IOHN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, Pro Musica, Orchestra, Booster Club, Student Council. LATHROP, LARRY COURSE: General LEFFRING, LYNETTE CLynnl ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Booster Club. LESTER, IOI-IN BRADFORD COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Bowling. KORDISH. KAREN LYNN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Y-Teens. Senior High Chorus. A Cappella. Carmenta, Spanish Club. KOSKI, ARNE IOHN COURSE: College Prep. KOTLEWSKI, CLARICE LEONA COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir. KOZAL, LAWRENCE IOSEPH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Hi-Y, Sec- retary and Treasurer: Radio Club. KROEZE, JIM CURTIS COURSE: Business KRUEGER, IOYCE MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses. it I" :L,. . , -W., fe 15.21. ,. in 'L+ kg mg?lj . ,k E A ffifff ft t, . fi ' 1 if H351 x LINDBERG, ALAN EDWARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Track, Cross Country. LINDBERGH. PAM COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Senate, Y-Teens, Future Nurses. LINDENBAUM, MARY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Booster Club, Keyhole. Y.F.C., Club. LINE, GILBERT IAMES COURSE: Day Trade LIRONES, GEORGE I. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. Booster Club. LITTELL, MARILYN LOUISE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: F.H.A., Y-Teens. Booster Club, F.A.A. Latin X. '42 ff' .ff ' , . Is . rl! ,I I 'VAI I ,,,. 'V I .55 Q I 4 , - sm ...sf AM 'S LIZUT, BRENDA SUE COURSE: Business LOBDELL, WAYNE HOWARD COURSE: College ACTIVITIES: Football, Track. LOCKE, TERRY LEE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, Football, Track. LONGWORTH, SANDRA IOEY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club, Y-Teens. LUHIVIAN, CHARLES F. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball. Track. Varsity Club. LUHMAN, GORDON. GORDIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, National Thespians, President: Masque. LUYTIES, KENNETH RAY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Madrigalians, Music Appreciation. LUYTIES. LARRY IOI-IN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band. MAASTRICT, TOM P. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Spanish Club. Orchestra, 31 Band, Pro Musica. MACKENZIE, ROBERT MICHEAL COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. MADISON, IANET ELAINE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Accountants, Pro Musica, Orchestra. MANN, DAVID KYRNE COURSE: Day Trade MARS, RONALD MANNING COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling. MARTINEZ, THERESA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. MATTESON. MAX BOYD COURSE, College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council. if , . . '. 3-iii :A,. 5 - 5' if "" I-I N 3 H52 if 1' E ,faire 555 7 -3 .3 fi :A,- . S if ' 'st N ,gf : .V 'K I' in ' ' . . MATTHEWS, CHARLES ROBERT COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Cross MATTHEWS, SANDRA LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op MATTILA, SANDRA KAY COURSE: College Prep. Country, Varsity Club. ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society. Secretary: Y-Teens, Future Teachers. MAREK, LARRY COURSE: General MCCLURE, FRED FRANKLIN COURSE: College Prep. Said and Done. ACTIVITIES: Campus Keyhole. MCCONNELL, KAREN ELAINE COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster MCKENZIE, GERALD STEPHEN COURSE: General MCLOUTH, IUDY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: F.T.A., F.N.A., V MCWAIN. IUDITH ANN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club. Club, Future Accountants ice-President. I I 'VIR it .X li.: fl '32 MILLER, IANICE MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Band. MILLER, KAREN LYNN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. Booster Club. MOE. ALLAN BRUCE COURSE: General Mos, DENNIS GRAHAM counss: co-op MOI-IR, CAROLE RUTH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Said and Done, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Y.F.C. MORRISON, BETTY SUE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: F.N.A., Booster Club, Band, Pro Musica, Y.F.C. MORRISON, PATRICIA L. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. MOSELER, SIDNEY LAWERENCE COURSE: General MULREADY, PHILIP DANIEL COURSE: General MELL, IANET ELAINE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, Booster Club, Keyhole, Y-Teens. METZGER, LEE COURSE: General MEYERS, RUTH ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir. MIDBOE, RAYMOND T. COURSE: College Prep. MILLER, DAVID IAMES COURSE: College Prep. A Cappella. ACTIVITIES: Science Seminar. MILLER, IANE LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club. Y-Teens, P.N.A., Student Coun- cil, Girls' Choir. Vi Al-ILM", f M l ' p ,. : . I "',: g gr: i V? 'EQSTY ar 3, MURBURGER, IANET LOUISE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, F.N.A., Booster Club. MUSTARD, ROBIN GII-'FORD COURSE: College Prep. MYERS, IAMES COURSE: General MYERS, IANE ELLEN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Library Club, G.A.A., Bowling. Booster Club. NEARANZ. FREDERICK M. COURSE: Co-op NELSON, DAVE OWEN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball I NELSON, GLORIA JEAN COURSE: College Prep. 3 ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Latin Club, Band, Orchestra, A Cap- pella. Senate, Student Council, Corresponding Secretary. NELSON, IOAN LILA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, Booster Club, Student Council, F.T.A. NELSON. RAYMOND EDWIN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Booster Club. NEWELL. RICHARD IAMES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Science Seminar. NICHOLS. CHARLES MARGRAVE COURSE: College Prep. NICHOLSON, COLLEEN CHERIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, G.A.A. NICKELL, DANIEL BOONE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, National Thespians, Masque, President: Orchestra. NIELSEN. IAMES EDWARD COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Y.F.C., Bowling, Varsity Club. NORTHROP. IANE COURSE: College QQ E OLSON, CHARLES I. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling. OLSON, LYNN IAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Student Coun- cil, Latin Club. OLSEN, SUE MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, French Club. Future Nurses, G.A.A., ORCUTT, GARY GORDON COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op. ORTQUIST, MARY BETH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Carmenta Literary Society, Masque, Sgt.-at-Arms: Booster Club, Secretary: Student Council, Marching and Symphonic Bands, Pro Musica, Thespians. Latin Dept., Treasurer. OUTWIN. IOHN WILLIAM COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball. PAGE, SHIRLEY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Band, Pro Musica, Booster Club, Y-Teens, Senate. PAQUIN, ROBERT IERRY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. Basketball, Track, Varsity Club. PARMER, HARRY ELMER COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Hi-Y, Chaplain, President: Bowl- ing, President. NUTTALL, FREDERICK WAYNE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Track. NYULI, IANET RUTH COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club. OBERMILLER, IAMES IOSEPH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Baseballi Golf ODMARK, DICK A. COURSE: General OLIPHANT, BARBARA IEAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., French Y-Teens, F.T.A. OLSEN, DAVID GORDON COURSE: General xy Club, Bowling, Booster Club, T. .... I ,..., X K 4 wi lurid., My Qt. A ' ' if Itifgt, A Est -, Vg-sm, 1: 25 f X S PEETS. GARY ALLEN COURSE: Business PENDLETON. ROBERT LLOYD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Orchestra. Iunior Classical League, Science Seminar, Pro Musica, Latin Dept., Orchestra and Choral Groups. PENGILLY, CATHERINE ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Said and Done, Pro Musica. Band, Symphonic Band, Booster Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: Y-Teens. PERRY, TOM H. COURSE: College Prep. PERYSIAN, ALAN LEE COURSE: College Prep. PETERMAN, IUDY KAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, Y.F.C., Pro Musica, Band, Future Teachers. PHILLIPS. IERRY ALLEN COURSE: General PHINNEY, BOB IAMES COURSE: Co-op PICKEL. IOYCE ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op. PASCAVIS, IOYCE IANIS COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Future Nurses. PATRICK, IAMES R. COURSE: General PATTENGER, KAREN SUE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Future Nurses, Y-Teens. PAULL, GEORGE GLENN COURSE: Business PAULSON. DARLENE MARIE COURSE: General PAXSON. IUDIE KAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, Parliamentarian: Car- menta, French Club. , J: , ,si I wx I .I , W, ,- I 5 ge.: . .5 T Yi - rs" V, ,F 3 ' if J - 1' I. sf' PIERCE, ROXIE ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Carrnenta Literary Society, Masque Dramatics Society, Vice-President: A Cappella, Vice- President: Iunior Classical League, Thespians. Student Council. Historian. PLANT, ELLEN MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Carmenta Literary Society, French Club, Band. Marching and Symphonic. Pro Musica. PLUMLEY. DARLENE KAY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A.. Student Council. POHL. IUDITI-I ANN COURSE: College Prep. Youth for Christ, Social Chairman: Said and Done. Co-Editor: Spanish Club, President: Masque Dramatics Society, Student Council. Speech Guild. Booster Club. G.A.A., Senior Life Saving, National Thespians. POORT, DANIEL H. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Cross Country, Baseball, Senior Class Historian. POORT, NANCY EVELYN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Heli PORTER, DAVID ARTHUR COURSE: PORTER, IEANNE MARIE College Prep. Business COURSE: ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Y-Teens, Booster Club. PRENTICE. PATRICIA ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. QUICK, LINDA LOU COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Secretary: Carrnenta, Publi- city Chairman: Y-Teens. Publicity Chairman: A Cappella. Booster Club, French Club. RAMIREZ. TONY HERRY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football. Track. Cross Country. RASEY. IANE ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Senate, Y-Teens, French Club. Parliamentarian: Madrigals, Co-op. RAUSCHENBERGER, SHARON KAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Orchestra, French Club, Booster Club, Student Council, Said and Done, Future Accountants. RAYNER, CAROL ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Senate Fine Arts, Sgt.-at-Arms: Booster Club. Y-Teens. Treasurer: Student Council, Keyhole. REA, HUGH HERALD COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band. ': 'l'S REDMOND, FRANCES TERESE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses, Senate, Vice-Pres., President: Masque Dramatics Society, Historian: Thes- pians, Booster Club. REPTA, SHARON LOUISE COURSE: College Prep. AC'I'IVITlES: Iunior Classical League, Marching and Sym- phonic Band. Speech Guild, Debate, National Honor Society. REYNOLDS, ROBERT CARL COURSE: Co-op ACTIVITIES: Co-op. RI-IODEA. IOE DELMAR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Varsity Club, President. RICE, MARILYN ORA COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Senior High Chorus. RICHARD. DAVE CHARLES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball. RICHARDS, GERALD WAYNE - COURSE: College Prep. RINEHART. PATRICIA MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Senate Fine Arts. RIOS, IERRY COURSE: General mm ROACH. BARCKLEY F. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, A Cappella. ROBERTSON. IANICE MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, G.A.A., French Club, Bowling. ROBERTSON, PENNY MARGARET COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Reporter: Y-Teens, Student Coun- cil, A Cappella, Carmenta Literary Society, Parliamentarian: Latin Club. ROBERTSON. ROSEMARY IANE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Historian: Bowling. ROBINSON, GWENDOLYN BLANCHE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. ROBISON, KAREN LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op. ffl NS? xg 2 2. 1 ii y 1 1 we 'hal x, QQ , wi QB lx 1. ,NW I. , i. .I RUMOHR, MARLENE ADELE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Y.F.C. RUSSCHER. LOREN L. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y, Science Seminar RYEFIELD, BARBARA ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Future Homemakers, Treasurer: Future Ac- countants. Senior High Chorus. SABIN, LINDA LOU COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster SANDBERG. ROGER ARTHUR COURSE: Co-op SAXE, IAMES ROBERT COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Track, Cross Country, Basketball, Varsity Club, Keyhole. Club. ROGERS, GARY RAY COURSE: General MONTE A. ROGERS. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro ROP. IULIE SUE COURSE: Secretarial ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. Musica. ROSE, CRAIG ALLEN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Booster Club, Vice-President: Band, Pro Musica Council, Madrigals, Vice- President: Cross Country. Track. ROSS. IAMES LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Orchestra, Track. ROSS, IUDY ELLEN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica, F.T.A., Spanish Club Y-Teens. ROYLE, ROLLO ROBERT COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Orchestra, Pro Musica, Latin Club Choral Co-Director. ' RUDDICK, KAREN IOY COURSE: General RUDICK, KENNETH MARSHALL COURSE: College Prep. i all 35529.1- ills- X tw. Pt .ss-,i. is X I K: fs ' 1 f -4 fi . aw: QR X R .Ng JE .F 3: i ff. A if 'II I it I S Y gg i 40 SEIFERT, ALAN ARTHUR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling. SEPPAIVIAKI, LINDA LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. SHANNON. SALLY ANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Orchestra. Librarian: Senate Fine Arts, Vice-President: Y-Teens, F.N.A., Y.F.C., Booster Club, Pro Musica. Sl-IEDD. GARY COURSE: General SI-IEFFER, WILMA CAPTOLIA COURSE: General SHELDON. ALICIA IOY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Senate, Band, Y-Teens, Said and Done. SAXE. IOHN RAYMOND COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y, Varsity Club. SAYLES. RITA ROSE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader, Booster Club. Y-Teens. SCHMIDT. THEODORA ELAINE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Senate Fine Arts Society. Treasurer: Booster Club, Y-Teens, Devotion Chairman. SCHOONBECK, ROBERT RICHARD COURSE: College Prep. SCI-IOUTEN, TIM BRUCE COURSE: General SCHULTZ, PHILIP CARL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Projector Operators Club. Golf, Baseball. SCOTT. SUSAN MAY COURSE: Commercial SCULL. ION VALINTINE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Tennis. SEASTROM. PEGGY IOYCE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Future Teachers, President: F.N.A. SI-IEPARD, LEE IAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. SHY, ROBERT DALE COURSE: Day Trade SIEWERT, MARILYN IEAN COURSE: Commercial ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants, Treasurer: Y.F.C.. Co-op. SIMON, KARSTEN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Exchange Student. SKINNER, PATRICIA MAE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A.. F.H.A. SLATER, IOAN FRANCES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Booster Club, Masque Dramatics Society, French Club, Y.F.C., Secretary. SMITH. DALE RAYMOND COURSE: General SMITH, MARCIA IOAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C.. Latin Club, SMITH, RICHARD THOMAS COURSE: Co-op fe! If., .Q N. 'S C Pro Musica. 4. 'Nu IL zy- :ff . :ff I If if , SMITH, SUSAN KAY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Iunior Classical League, French Club, Senate Fine Arts Society, Future Nurses, Historian. SNYDER, DANIEL RAYMOND COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Keyhole, Booster Club. SONNEGA, DAVID ALLEN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, Pro Musica, French Club. SORCHY. THOMAS COURSE: General SORENSEN. STEVE ROBERT COURSE: College Prep. SOUSER, ARLENE MARIE COURSE: General 41 SOUTH, BARBARA LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Choir, Band. Majorette, Y-Teens, Car- menta Literary Society, Treasurer: Latin Club, Pro Musica, Bowling, Treasurer: French Club, President. SPARROW. MARILYN IOYCE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. SPRINGSTEAD, DOUGLAS ARTHUR COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, French Club, A Cappella. SQUIRES, RAYMOND WILLIAM COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bcmd, Orchestra, Pro Musica. STACK, KEN WILLIAM COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro Musica, Band, Orchestra, Student Council. STARK, DAVID PAUL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y, Youth for Christ, President: Track, Cross Country, Madrigalians, A Cappella, Projection Club. M.H.S. Male Quartette. STASUNAS, IOAN LOUISE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, F.N.A., Student Council, Y-Teens. STEELE, DARLEEN ANN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: F.H.A., Secretary: Booster Club, Future Ac- countants. STONE, PAUL EDWIN COURSE: General Siem r 4' i Ti l Eff 1 - - I-Iii: - ifki' A g iii-ik' :'.,,' ,f' f-' ,. 'Q- .fi . .T , Xfgij, 'iiiiliigigflffiii? ,- J fri? Aifbfls 311 , l A - ' -f.. r ' 514 ' i f I i'.V5,ff W e -- - ' STONE, RACHEL MARIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., A Cappella, Pro Musica. STREET. RONALD L. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica. STRESSMAN, EARL COURSE: General STRICKLER, GLENNA IANE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Vice-President: G.A.A., Historian: Life Saving, Bowling, Said and Done. STROMSTA, KAREN LOUISE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Madrigals, Conservation Club, Treasurer: G.A.A., A Cappella, National Honor Society. Senate. STRONG, EILEEN IOYCE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: French Club, Student Council, A Cappella, Future Teachers, Said and Done. TEMPLE, JERRY V. COURSE: College Prep. TERRYN, MARLENE A. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Library Club, F.H.A., Secretary. THELIN, VIRGINIA ANGELL COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica, French Club. THOMPSON, DAVID LEE STULP, KAREN LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Little Reds Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Student Council, Carmenta, Booster Club, Masque National Honor Society. SWANKER, ROBERT WILLIAM COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y. SWEET, IAMES GORDON COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. SYDLOSKI, MICHAEL IAMES COURSE: College Prep. SZOST. BARBARA JEAN COURSE: Business SZYMCZYK, WILLIAM F. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Track, Service TAULBEE, BARBARA ANN COURSE: College Prep. Club. Basketball. ACTIVITIES: Band, Pro Musica, Y-Teens, Booster Club Senate, Treasurer. TAYLOR. IUDITI-I LOUISE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. TELES, VITA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Senate, Future Te achers, Historian: Y-Teens COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football. TIMMICK, IOY ELAINE ..,- COURSE: College Prep Vlf. :', ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, Speech Guild, President: Senate, TV 'T' ' A Thespians, National Honor Society, Debate, Forensics. I ' TINDALL, DONALD CARL Ilr f COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y, Vice-President: Student Council. , .p.g ip 5 I I M, Q , A 'I I' f 2'?5.i5-:.ff5',..fu- we - ' S 3 I ., l I I sg . R S I f : ..,. UITTO, RICHARD EDWIN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Bowling, A Cappella. ULMER. GLORIA IOY COURSE: Business UPTON, CONNIE IOAN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens. G.A.A., Secretary-Treasurer: Bowling. VANDERBERG, KENNETH IRVIN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Future Accountants Club. VANDERSTELT, IOHN E. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Band, Cross Country. VANDERSTELT, RICHARD WILLIAM COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Cross Country. VANDERWALL, MARVIN GLENN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Hi-Y, Varsity Club, Said and Done, Booster Club, Keyhole, Cross Country, Mgr. VANDERWEL, IAMES ALLEN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Cross Country, Varsity Club. VANDERWEL, IANICE RUTH COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Y.F.C., Library Club, G.A.A. TINSLEY, DAVE WILLIAM COURSE: Business TOLISH, FRANK IAMES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club. TOUSIGNAUT, IAMES DELANO COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Camera Club. TOWSLEY, FRANK RICHARD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football. TRAVIS. IOAN LEE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. TRACY, EULA THELMA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. ,W ,ss,,. . VANDERWIER, IERRY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football. VANDONKELAAR, ADRIAN R. COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Hi-Y, Bowling, Varsity Club. VANTREPOTT. VICTOR COURSE: General VEDDERS. KAREN IOYCE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y.F.C. VEURINK, VIRGINIA LOU COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Accountants Club. VIRAG, IEROME ROGER COURSE: College Prep. .1 L, .,.. Ax. . -- JE" l 'sr 1. I' H 2' -. :V , - -:se i' f it .. , ,-g, ' . I 5, lg '. - 33:2 ,Wk 1 if dlp., 5. 1 ' - ,gr .,.1s,w'7 kg Q.: -r'--tr' " infix! ' 'V'lA,l '. .-.N-amz:--. 7, rf... fy, ey, . . if .Zyl-,.n,iiE R I f-:Fl .2 rg F 1 cj., 'Q' ..., we . I ww ,K . ,I f ifiif f i as f,.f.,, 5 " as r' bl VISSER, IAMES L. COURSE: General VLEDDER. SHIRLEY LYNN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y-Teens, Said and Done. WAALKES, SAMUEL IOHN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club, Science Seminar. Bowling, Golf. WACKER, SHARON ANN COURSE: Business WALTERS. DARREL LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band. Pro Musica, Bowling. WALVOORD, DOUGLAS IOI-IN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: A.F.S. Exchange Student, Debate, National Honor Society, President: Thespians, Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica, Latin Club. Science Seminar, Student Council. WARD, SAMUEL COURSE: General WATERHOUSE, PAUL ARTHUR COURSE: Co-op WEATHERBEE, NANCY LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club. Future Nurses. Y-Teens, Bowling. 45 WEATTER, NANCY CHRISTINA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club. Conservation Club, Madrigalians, Carmenta, Girls' Basketball. WEBBER, RANDY M. COURSE: College Prep. WELLER, IAMES ALLAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club, Biology Club. WEST, MARY ELIZABETH COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Latin Club, F.A.A., Future Nurses. WESTERLUND, CLIFFORD DAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. WHEATON. VERA JEAN COURSE: Business '-" 2 ' -. .:... S'eI Y-Teens, Y.F.C., WHISENANT, PATRICIA LEE COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: F.H.A., President. WHITE, BRENDA IANE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club. Madrigalians, Future Teachers A Cappella, Booster Club. WHITE, DONALD COURSE: General WHITE, IUDITH KAY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Senior High Chorus. WHITE, LILA MAE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Latin Club, Madrigalians Secretary: A Cappella, Senate WHITNEY, ROSEMARY COURSE: Business ACTIVl'I'IES: Future Accountants, Booster Club. WIBALDA. MARY ELIZABETH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Masque, Senate, Booster Club, Student Coun- WIERDA COURSE WIERDA. COURSE. cil, Debate, Thespians, National Honor Society JULIE General WILLIAM BYRON General 'Q' WILLSON, LINDA MARIE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club. WINGATE, CI-IADDIE MAE COURSE: Business WITMER, SHARON ELIZABETH COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: G.A.A., Orchestra WOIROL, IANICE SUSAN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band. Y-Teens, Booster Club. WOOD, IUNE C. COURSE: Business WOOD, MARY COURSE: General WOOD, ROBERT D. COURSE: College Prep. WOOD, WILLIAM FLORIS COURSE: College Prep. WORKMAN, DAVID COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. WIERENGA, ANN M. COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir, Co-op. WIERENGO, ROSEMARY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Y-Teens, Booster Club, A Cappella, Girls' Choir. WIERSMA. KAREN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Masque. F.H.A., Vice- President: Latin Club. Madrigalians, A Cap pella, Senate. WIKMAN, THOMAS SEGER COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Band, Orchestra, Pro Musica. WII,DIE. DIANE NEVA COURSE: Business WILLIAMS, BILLIE LOU COURSE: College Prep. A Cappella. Madrigalians, ACTIVITIES: F.H.A., Secretary and Vice-President: Masque, Pro Musica, Y.F.C., Thespians. pw: li. H--'X . .--0. .U 3, 3 -,-, Q. , . , ' ffg .:..': I X WRIGHT. CHARLES LEE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. WRIGHT. IAMES DALE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country. YONKER. IOI-IN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. ZATOLOKIN, THOMAS JAMES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football, Cross Country, Said and Done, Student Council. Track. ZEEMAN. MARK COURSE: College Prep. ZIARNKO. ROMA VALERIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Masque, Spanish Club. Y.F.C., Said and Done. ANDERSON, CAROL ANN COX, LESLIE DEATER, DAN I. FISHER, DAVID EARL GLASS, PATRICIA LORRAINE HARPER, WILLIAM HARRIS, CEOLA MARIE HAYES, WILLIAM ERNEST HENRY, CAROL ANN HIGGINS, EVELYN IOYCE HUGHES, ROBERT FREDERICK KING, ANTHONY SHERMAN KUBICEK, MARILYN R. LAMBERT. BARBARA IEAN LARUE, IAMES LEROY LEWIS. MARTHA ANN Tennis. Varsity Club. ZIMMERMAN, KAY ELAINE COURSE: College Prep. ZONDERMAN. REINDER COURSE: General ZUE. IAMES ROY COURSE: College Prep. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE MARKOWSKI, VIVIAN EVA MEYERS, IAMES ALFRED PAYNE. BEVERLY ANN RAMOS, GEORGIA M. RECK, CAROLYN SUE REMINGTON. ERMA KAY SANCHEZ, GILBERT ESCARENO SAUERBIER. MARY IEAN SHEAFFER, ANNA MARIE SHRUM. IUDY UGANSKI, RONALD DALE WALKER, LINDA LOU WIERENGO, RUTH ANN WILLIAMS, DAN R. ZERNS, AL AC'I'IVITIES: Chorus, Booster Club, Y-Teens, Ccrrmenta. Ralph Edlund volunteers an answer in Government class. Al Williams and Bill Szymczyk share the duties of giving the student announcements over the P. A. MHS students taking a National Merit Qualifying Exam. My! akafeaffazabza olfmeya Filled with dreams of success, the I uniors entered this year with high hopes that their second year at M. H. S. would surpass any so far. After much competition last fall the officers elected to lead the class were Mike Crosby, pres- ident: Al Williams, vice-president: Sally Anderson, secretary: Diane Baker, treasurer: Larry Cone and Betty Pickle, sergeant at arms: Gary Reed, parlia- mentarian: Andrea Bovich, historian: and Ted Price, class reporter. Mrs. Brothers, Mrs. Schuler, Mr. Skipper, and Mr. Partenio acted as advisors. za eye The big social event for the Iunior girls was the Iunior Tea given by Shirley Wood, Pat DeWald, lane Zachariason, Ioan Tourcotte, Betty Pickle, Ioyce Fredericks, Sally Anderson, Brenda Thunfors, and Lydia Scholle. The Iuniors were more aware of their closing high school days as they proudly displayed their class rings. The major project of the class revolved around the planning and production of the Senior Prom as the final farewell to their classmates. 'EVE Leading the Iuniors ever upward are: FRONT ROW Cleft to rigrtj: Ted Price, Gary Reed. Andrea Bovich, and Betty Pickle. SEC- OND ROW: Mike Crosby, Diane Baker. Larry Cone, Al Williams, and Sally Anderson. 50 Anderson. K.: Anderson. L.: Anderson. P.: Anderson. P.: Anderson. S.: An- dreason, K.: Andrews. 'l'.: Anthony, L.: Amdl. B.: Arnold. C.: Arnold. C.: Amson. S.: Ashendorl, S.: Ashley. 'l'.: Aulen. M.: Bailey, A.: Baker. B.: Baker. D.: Aardema. I.: Adams. B.: Albers. B.: Ald- erman. F.: Alexander. D.: Alexander. M.. Aley, D.: Allard. K.: Ames. P.: Anderson, B.: Anderson, B.: Anderson. B.: Anderson, C.: Anderson. C.: Anderson G.: Anderson. I.: Anderson. I.: Ander: son. K.: Baker. I.: Baker. I.: Baldwin, D.: Balenklne. R.: Bames. R.: Barron. C.: Basham, l.: Batchelder. C.: Bates. S.: Bauer. T.: Bauglunan. B.: Bayer, C.: Beagle. I.: Beagle. K.: Beck. B.: Beckman. R.: Bectol. P.: Beehler. I.: Beethum, R.: Benhcm. C.: Bennett. R.: Berg, T.: Beroza. I.: Bess. B.: Billin on, R.: Bisho . I.: B'ork1und. D 91 P I -F Blodgett. S.: Bloomstrom. M.: Bogert. M.: Bogue, T.: Boniiield, K.: Bont. A.: Bont. R.: Bordeaux. A.: Bordeaux. G.: Brown. I.: Brown, S.: Brustad, I.: Brzycki, L.: Buckner. D.: Buckner. E.: Buckwald. S.: Buit. I.: Bunnell, B.: Burden, C.: Burdick. N.: Burgess, P.: Burmeister. C.: Burns, G.: Burr. S.: Burt. M.: Burt. P.: Bush. C.: Borgeson, I.: Bourdo. K.: Bouwman. L. Bowen, B. I.: Bowen, B. L.: Bovich, A Boynton, B.: Brahman, H.: Brandt, B Breuinger, P.: Brewer, R.: Briggs. H.: Briskorn. I.: Broughton, B.: Brouhard. I. Broutman, L.: Brow. D.: Brown. B.: Buter, C.: Butterfield, C.: Buttormoro. L.: Buttermore. I.: Carla, I.: Carlisle, A.: Carlson, C.: Carlson, R.: Carlson. '1'.: Carmean, B.: Carter. I.: Ceton. I.: Chadwick, T.: Chidesler. M.: Cimer, D.. Clarke, A.: Clark, I.: Cope, C.: Countln, I.: Courier, C.: Crago, R., Cramer. D.: Crawford, C.: Crosby. M.: Cross, D.: Cross. P.: Crm. P.: Crltchett, I... Cunls. K.: Dalhstrom. Daniels. B.: Dausman. Crothers, D.: M.: D'Alcorn. I M.: Davis, A.: Crawford, L.: Clish, W.: Clover, I.: Cogar, I.: Colburn S.: Cole. I.: Cook. C.: Cook, I.: Cook, H.: Cook. S.: Cooke D.: Comstock, I.: Cone, L.: Connelly, F.: Conrad. D.: Corliss. S.: Corps. C.: Corps, P.: Coston. C.: Dewey. I.: DeYoung. W.: DeYoung. R.: Diederichsen. I.: Dixon. L.: Dodge. S.: Dolliver, B.: Dolloway. N.: Dowell, A.: Downs. I.: Druif. D.: Duckett, I.: Duliban, E.: Dykstra. M.: Edlund. A.: Edwards, G.: Eely. C.: Eely. G.: Davis. I.: Dawson, H.: DeBoer, G.: DeBoer. N.: DeBoex, R.: Decker, I.: DeVries. I.: Dekker. C.: Dekker, D.: Delonge. D.: DeLong. G.: Demos. C.: DeMuro. A.: Derks, R.: DeVette. I.: DeVxies, K.: Dewold. I.: Dewald, P.: Elliott. W.: Emmons. D.: Engle. D.. Erbes. D.: Erickson. B.: Erickson. R.: Espinoza. T.: Essebaqgers, E.: Essenbuxg. M.: Evans. C.: Evans, S.: Fcman. B.: Fexski, M.: Fields, W.: Fifolt, H.: Filius L.: Firestone. D.: Fisher. L.: aiu. -fl S Gardner, G.: Gaul. T.: Gauni. S.: Gauze, C.: Gay, L.: Gee. C.: Gee, E.: Gelakoske, P.: Gerard, L., German, S.: Glbner, I.: Gienapp, K.: Gilbert, N.: Gillespie, R.: Glover, D., Goetchins, D.: Goldsmith, I.: Gomez. C., Fisher, R.: Fisher. S.: Flickema. C. Fllckema. L.: Flood. S.: Flowers. G.: Foreman. R.: Potion. S.: Fox. B. Fredricks. R.: Frasier, D.: Fredrlcks. l. Freeman. D.: Fry, D.: Fuller. I. Galbreath, I.: Garbow, S.: Gardner, B. Gonyon, A.: Goodman, P.: Gorham. I. Goryl, B.: Graham. L.: Grams, C.: Grant. W.: Gravltter. S.: Greene, S Grim. D.: Grimm. F.: Grimm, G.: Griswold. I.: Grunke. S.: Gudelsky. R Gulkema. G.: Guss, B.: Gustafson. B.: Guyar. B.: Haara. S.: Hager, I.: Halfpenny. R.: Hall. C.: Hamer. A.: Hansen. S.: Hardick. E.: Hare, D.: Harryman, G.: Hari, B.: Hartman. D.: Hasper, N.: Haverluk, R.: Hayes. L.: Hazecamp, L.: Hczelmyer, B.: Hellman, S.: Hoffman, G.: Hogan, L.: Holdren, D., Hollar, D.: Hollenbeck, D.: Holloway. I.: Holmberg. A.: Holmberg, G.: Homer, L.. Honore, P.: Hooker, I.: Hopkins. H.: Hoskln. D.: Husler. B.: Houseman. L.: Howard, I.: Howard, M.: Hradski, I.: Helm, R.: Helman. I.: Hempstead. S.: Henderson. B.: Hendryx. I.: Hentschel. I.: Herbert, A.: I-Ierlein. N.: Hermann, I.: Herruda, L.: Higbee. G.: Hill, L.: Hilliard, K.: Hilti, I.: Hines. G.: Hislop D.: Hislop. M.: Hoarse, D.: 1 Hughes, H.: Hughes, R.: Hughes. S.: Huizengu, D.: Huizenga, I.: 1-Iulings, T.: Humphreys, I.: Hunt. C.: Huxley. P.: Hutchins, C.: Hutchins, R.: Isley. G.: Israel. L.: Iacobs. C.: Iacobs. I.: Iacobs. S.: Iarles, T.: Iarvi. G.: Ionel. L.: Iones. P.: Ionio, I.: lowers, B.: Karel, M.: Keglovitz. C.: Kaiser, D.: Kelly, S.: Kem, B.: Kidner, D.: Kieft. M.: Kienke. H.: King. L.: Klevexing. M.: Knooihuizen, S.: Kolberg. K.: Koolovitz. N.: Koomen, R.: L. Iarvis, G.: Ielier. G.: Iensen. P.: ISHS!!! R.: Ionson, R.: Iohnson, C.: Johnson. D.: Iohnson. D.: Iohnson. G.: Iohnson, I.: Iosephson. I.: Iosephson. I., Iohnson. K.: Iohnson, L.: Iohnson, R., Iohnson, S.: Iohnson, S.: Iohnson. S.: Lindsey. P.: Link. C.: Linton. D.: London. R.: Lowden. M.: Lubbers. A.: Luther. L.: Lutrey. N.: Lynch. B.: Lyon, P.: McClain. D.: McCallum, N.: Mattson. M.: Mattfolk, I.: Masar. I.: Martin. I.: Marshall, I.: Mating. T.: Koutnik, B.: Kxannitz, K.: Kroneim. S.: Krumwiede. R.: Kuhn. T.: Kurtz. D.: Kymes. I.: Lake, I.: Larabel. B.: Larsen. C.: Larsen. D.: Larsen. I.: Larson, I.: Law, G.: Lawrence. I.: Leeds. S.: Leutscher. L.: Levine. M.: Marek. L.: Mapes. I.: Malsberry, S.: Malcuit, R.: Maitland. P.: MacLean. H.: McDonald. L.: Mclllyea. W.: McGuire G.: McPhee. I.: Mclloberts. M.: Meade M.: Medema. L.: Meeusen. L.: Merriman. P.: Meyers, D.: Meyers. I.: Meyers. M.: Muckey, B.: Mulder, M.: Muller, R.: Munroe, N.: Nash, T.: Near, D.: Neel, D.: Nelson, B.: Nelson, I.: Nevins, B.: Newell, D.: Nichols. A.: Nicklsch. S.: Norton, I.: Norton, L.: Novotny. N.: Nyuli, R.: Obenaui, S.: Mezynski, K.: Michele, B.: Mlkan, B.: Milan, E.: Miletlch, F.: Mlnel, G.: Mlnnlefleld. I.: Miichell, B.: Monroe, L.: Monroe. R.: Montague, P.: Moore. P.: Morrall, H.: Morrison, I.: Mortensen, B.: Motu, R.: Movey, P.: Mowers, B.: Ober, T.: Oestman. K.: Ogle, I.: Ohst S.: Oliver, C.: Olson, B.: Olson. l-'.: Oosiing, I.: Oreutt, P. Osborne, Z.: Ouellette, S.: Ouwerkerk, R. Ouwerklrlc. I.: Palmer, I.: Parsons. C. Pastor, R.: Pastori, D.: Patltuocl, I.: Pavloff, L.: Pedersen, L.: Pendell, B.: Pengilly, C.: Perron, P.: Perry, A.: Perry, T.: Perry, W.: Peters, R.: Petermcm, D.: Peterson, S.: Peftersson, S.: Pfeiffer, G.: Pickel, B.: Pletcher, T.: Plumhoff. B.: Policka, T.: Pollack, I.: Rock, I.: Rodriguez, R.: Rogers, B.: Rollins, P.: Rose, R.: Ross, B.: Rowe. P.: Salisbury, D.: scmeben, J.: sqpp, B.: Rubinsky, L.: Russ, W.: Saunders, P.: Schaefer, K.: Scheiber. D.: Schleben, I.: Schulter, I.: Schneider. V.: Poole, P.: Price, T.: Puhalski, S.: Pummel, H.: Rademaker, I.: Rameau, L.: Ramirez. M.: Rau. C.: Rawdon, S.: Recknogel, R.: Reed, G.: Reed, M.: Rice, I.: Rieben. G.: Rios. I.: Roberts G.: Robinson. C.: Robison, R.: Scholls. L.: Scholl. N.: Schoten, D.: Schott. M.: Schreiber. V.: Schuitema. M.: Schumuker. D.: Schutter. L.: Schwcn. R.: Schwass. I.: Scott. P.: Scott, S.: Seeger, P.: Seelye. E.: Sent. S.: Senkow. W.: Sevrey. B.: Shand. G.: Sparks. C.: Spencer. T.: Spirct. D.: Spiro. D.: Spurgat. C.: Starks. R.: Steiqenqa, C.: Steiner. M.: Stenseng. I.: Stover, I.: Stewart. I.: Stidhum. D.: Strong, P.: Stxcmdberg, V.: Stxandberg. F.: Street. S.: Strong. Y.: Sullivan. I.: :FQ il? Sheosley, D.: Shrum, P.: Simonton. B Slx, B.: Slickex. P.: Smead. I.: Smeltokop. D.: Smith. E.: Smith. I. Smith. L.: Smith. M.: Smith. M.: Smith. M.: Smith, S.: Smith. S Snellen. B.: Snow. C.: Sorensen, I.: Thomas, R.: Thompson, A.: Thunfors, B. Thuniors, I.: Thurston, D.: Timmer, M.: Tindall, D.: Tischler, L.: Titus, D.: Toppen, H.: Toxrans, K.: Torrent, L.: Tourcotte, I.: Townsend, I.: Townsend, S.: Trebilcock, C.: Txeutler, M.: Tromp, G.: . :FIU K.. -f :f::--Eszv-..2sf.'f":::: 'Sl Q aw gfwa: , s -' . .waz , Sullivan, R.: Rene, S.: Swanson, K.: Swartzlander, G.: Swhwartl, K.: Swift N.: Swirsky, M.: Sydloski, M.: Tamulis, W.: Taylor, B.: Taylor, N.: Taylor, P.: Taylor, T.: Thies. C.: Thies, I.: Thies, I.: Thies, L.: Thomas, I.: Tufts, B.: Twiest, T.: Twining, G.: Tyrrell, C.: Ulmer, I.: Underwood. A.: Upson, M.: Usmial, C.: Utxinger, I.: Utzinger, S.: VanDam. G.: VanderLaan. P.: VanderLaan, R.: VanderLeest, G.: VanderLeest. L.: VanderMolen, K.: VanderPott. I.: VanderSys, C.: Wayer, R.: Weabex, B.: Weaver. R.: Weber, G.: Welch, D.: Wells, S.: Wemer, A.: Westedf. K.: Wheeler. D.: White. B.: White, R.: Wiard, C.: Wichter, S.: Wickerink. S.: Wlerengo, A.: Wierengo. M.: Wikman, R.: Wilcox, K.: VanderVelde. B.: Vunderweut, I.: Van Dongen. B.: VanDyke, S.: VanDyke S.: VunRuper, S.: Vargas, L.: Venenheimer, B.: Veldman. I.: Visscher, M.: Wagenmuker, I.: Walker. D.: Wallace. C.: Wallace, P.: Walswoxth. B.: Waxdell, C.: Wassum, I.: Way, P.: Wilde. I.: Wildfong. I.: Wildlong. K. Williams. A.: Willett, I.: Wilson, C.: Wilson, C.: Wilson. D.: Wilson, G., Wiltenburg. B.: Witham, W.: Wittkopp. I. Wohliord, B.: Woldring, C.: Woller, L.: Woods, G.: Wood, P.: Wood. S.: Woodward, B.: Worthing, W.: Wynbelt, W.: Zachariason, I.: Zack. D.: Zellar. C.: Zinn, G.: Enthusiastic Big Red boosters leave Hackley Stadium after a rousing pep assembly oplawozed mean and olleaaf Though somewhat bewildered by clouds which obscured the path ahead, 820 Sophomores looked forward to the days when they would make their mark in M. H. S. history. They started the year with a smile and a dream. Their smiles were for the new friends they would meet, and the dreams were of three years of new experiences. Although high school was a new experience for the Sophomores, they got off to a good start by elect- ing Ann Bolthouse. president: Sue Meyer, vice- president: Ruth Ann Gustafson, secretary: and Bob Morley, treasurer. Mrs. Dykema, Mrs. Gainey, Mr. Curnalia, Mr. Roelofs and Mr. Toppen gave needed advice. Always full of pep and energy these cheerlead- ers, Barb Klecka, Sandy Benedict, Sheryl Kienke, Virginia Elliot, and Loretta Camastos spurred on the Little Reds. After a very successful year at M. H. S. the Sophomores are looking forward toward a future as next year's juniors. They welcome a chance to expand their knowledge and prove to the world that high school can be filled with days of success. Inspiring Sophomores onto successful years are: Cleft to rightl: Ruth Ann Gustafson. Bob Morley, Sue Meyer, and Ann 4 Bolthouse. 3 x - ,K ' , 'ff' gf .if u ,ff f '.gff,g A 'wt ' f t ,ff I I ,.,,. W N. Bcars. D.: Bailey, D.: Baker. P.: Baker, R.: Baker, R.: Baldwin. B.: Barclay, B.: Bcxrdinq. S.: Barhitte, L.: Barker. L.: Bartol, M.: Bertrand. N.: Bcxsham. B.: Bates. A.: Bates, B., Bcthrick, S.: Beck, I.: Beckstrom, S.: , 9, Abshez, S.: Agerstrand, G.: All. K.: Allard. R.: Alstrom, C.: Amburqey, H.: Anderson, A.: Anderson. S.: Anderson, D.: Anderson, I.: Anderson, M.: Anderson, S.: Andree, B.: Andrews, P.: Appel. S.: Archambuult, I.: Archcxmbeau, D.: Ashley, M.: Beckwith, D.: Beesing, K.: Bell. I.: Benedict, S.: Benson, W.: Berghuis. M.: Berghuis. S.: Berglund, P.: Bery. G.: Bibbs, I.: Bice, C.: Biscxrd, A.: Black, A.: Blaine, P.: Bloc. I.: Boutman R.: Bobbitt, K.: Bolt, B.: Brezinski. D.: Brezinski. I.: Bricker. C.: Brlllhart. G.: Briskom. I.: Brondyke, A.: Brooks, E.: Brown, B.: Brown, C.: Brown, L.: Brown. P.: Brown, R.: Buikema. R.: Burch. C.: Bums. B.: Burt, L.: Buss, S.: Buzas, S.: Bolthouse. A.: Boliz. I.: Booker. W.: Borgeson. B.: Borgoson. R.: Boma. D.: Bouma. K.: Bour, G.: Bouwman, D.: Bouwman, T.: Bouwsmh. K.: Bowen, B.: Bowen. I.: Boyd. C.: Boyd. W.: Branch, S.: Brand. I.: Brantman, S.: Cafiery, F.: Camastia. L.: Carey. E.: Carlisle, P.: Carlisle, R.: Carlson. B.: Carlson. I.: Carlson. K.: Carlson. S.: Cederqulst. B.: Chapman, M.: Christen- son. M.: Christophersen. I.: Cisler, C.: Clark, K.: Clarke, P.: Clarke, T.: Clayton, D.: Cleveland, E.: Cline. M.: Clover, B.: Cochran, R.: Cole, G.: Cole. S.: Collins, M.: Cone, S.: Cook, H.: Cook, I.: Cook. S.: Cooper. B.: Cooper, H.: Cooper, S.: Cooper, S.: Corey, G.: Corpe, I.: Cory, D.: Davis, S.: Dean, G.: Dean, K.: Decker, F.: Decker, I.: Defouw, C.: Degner. W.: DeGroot. C.: DeLong, I.: Dekker, D.: Dekker, K.: Demos, E.: DeVal, C.: DeVries. I.: DeWitt, D.: DeWitt, I.: DeYounq, P.: DeYoung, S.: wr . ...ggi , Asi 3' ..,,, - f f Cotton, C.: Counsll. W.: Courim. B. Cramer, I.: Crane. R.: Cukler, L.: Cunningham. I.: Curow, I.: Dalson, B. Dunhof, C.: Daniels. I.: Daniels, I.: Darnbush, M.: Dartes, D.: Darrell, D Da-vid, I.: Davies. M.: Davis. I.: W Dlbblo. C.: Dobb. I.: Doctor. S.: Dodd. 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R.: Harvey. R.: Haughey, I.: Hawkins, T.: Hayes, I.: Heisser. I.: Helm. C.: Helton, R.: Hemmick. P.: Henderson, B.: Henderson P.: Hendrickson. D.: Hendryx, D.: Heneveld G.: Henion, P.: Henry, S.: Herbert, R.: Homield. S.: Hopma, B.: Hosko. L. Hosler. C.: Hornik. S.: Howell. C.: Hlodan, P.: Huffman. B.: Hughes, I. Hughey, I.: Humy. W.: Hutchins. H.: Hyde. S.: lmbault. I.: Indgier, B: Irvine. L.: Iapenga. C.: Ienen. B.: 3 :QQ f X .. X. Jensen. D.: Iensen. T.: Iiles. L.: Iolmson. E.: Iohnson, B.: Iohnson. C.: Iohnson, D.: lohnson, I.: Iohnson. K.: Johnson, P.: Iohnson, R.: Iohnson, S.: Iohnlon, W.: Iolman, D.: Iones, B.: Ionio. C.: Ioppie, S.: Iorgensen, I.: . . . ' if Q 3 XE 5. . 1 K X :gm King, I.: Kinney, I.: Kinney, R.: Kissel, D.: Klecku, B.: Klemp, B.: Klont, D.: Knapp. D.: Knight. D.: Knudson. R.: Kochin. T.: Kodish, R.: Koehl. P.: Koennecke, I.: Kolekamp, A.: Koning. N.: Kooiman, B.: Krafi, T.: .ii-..1.i R 551 iffimf 1 -Q Wm 7 .. 'i S ax - - K ,, . . lowers, W.: Jury. 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B.: Norion, E.: Ochs, D.: O'Connell, S.: Ohs, T.' Olsen, T.: Olson, B.: Olson, K.: Ortquisi, S.: Osborne, P.: Oudsema. I.: Paniucki, I.: Parka, I.: Pcm, M.: ::::.-:wp a- ml.. if 'K XF 3 . I fl, H., Morley, R.: Morrow, P.: Morse. P. Mouw, E.: Mull, I.: Muller, R.: Mundi, B.: Mundt. C.: Munson, M. Muzult, S.: Muscato, M.: Musk. B.: Muskovin, D.: Muskovin, M.: Near, M. Nelson, C.: Nelson, D.: Nelson, I.: ' 1 .A w A g s V1 P .I S I :-:' A Qtizffwww '-mffz: " :fx " f i? ff: " - ' .. ..,. ffrififl R' ' K ' 'Q is W- + Q1 .2 I K . . r . 8 Pascoe, L.: Patterson. P.: Patterson, R Paulson, A.: Payne, G.: Pearcy. G.: Pearson. B.: Pearson, W.: Peisert. R Pelrlar. V.: Pendell. I.: Pendock. I.: Peters. S.: Petersen. B.: Pike, P Phillips, B.: Phipps, D.: Pickel. C.: Q.: 5 Pickel. M.: Pierce. I.: Pierce. M.: Piercy. H.: Piklar, V.: Pitcher, I.: Pletcher, B.: Poe, M.: Poffinbarger, R.: Poll, I.: Pontius, K.: Poort. L.: Poon, L.: Porkkc, C.: Porter, C.: Porter. S.: Postemcr, M.: Potter, C.: .ff W QS '8-3 I I N w x A af an. : Powers, D.: Pressentin. E.: Pxivucky, P. Radell, B.: Rader, N.: Rajala, S.: Richardson, E.: Richer, S.: Riekels. Robinson. O.: Rodriguez. F.: Rogers, I.. Rogers, I.: Rollins, R.: Rollston, C.: Romcxnosky, T.: Rorem. L.: Roihaif, G.: Russell, T,: Ruthkoski, T.: Ryan, E.: Randall, M.: Rork, M.: Rogers, R. Rebedew, T.: Reed, P.: Reed, W.: Reyes. M.: Rhodec, E.: Reberg, A Reilly, S.: Reyei. P.: Reynolds. F.: s Q Q ' 3' YQ L.. - , ,I S B.: ' -. 4. f KB: ww 'lf er N' ef Rillema, L.: Ringelbelg, D.: Robbins, D.: 2 if .. if' -VJ : .1 :-2522.22 .1 Q: ., w y .x.ieVF.'f-'f-i M . -Sw - " . ff ,.. ELM S if . Samuels. W.: Sanborn, R.: Sandberg. K.: Sandford, C.: Sapp. B.: Saylor, B.: Schalk. C.: Schanzlin. C.: Scharmer, F.: Schaub, I.: Schimke, I.: Schneider. B.: Schnepp. D.: Schoonbeck, C.: Schreiber. M.: Schroeder, R.: Schuitema, I.: Schulter. D.: if Slattery. S.: Sliclcer, I.: Slocum, L.: Smack, I.: Smedes. R.: Smith. B.: Smith, G.: Smith. I.: Smith. 'l'.: Snarslzi, I.: Snell. R.: Sobotta. F.: Sorrell, L.: Souser, W.: South. B Spade. G.: Spring. H.: Spira. B.: Y. Scofield. S.: Scott, R.: Seppamaki, I.: Shafer, R.: Sharum, G.: Shafer, T.: Shirar, I.: Shoup. I.: Shriver. M.: Silky I.: Silverman, B.: Sikkenga, I.: Sikkenga, S.: Simonson, C.: Six. P. Six, S.: Skok, K.: Slamkowski, S.: 4 Y .- x X X Sr Ns, R Strong. I.: Sumner. S.: Sustcxita, N.: Sutton, B.: Sutton. M.: Swanson, H.: Swanson, I.: Swanson. S.: Swartz. F.: Sweet, R.: Sweet. S.: Symons, K.: Tallmcm. C.: Tandy. M.: Tardy, R.: Tcrulhee. D.: Taylor, D.: Taylor, K.: St. Amour. F.: Stcpel, D.: Stapel. D.: Stefaniclc. E.: Stenholm, F.: Stewart, B.: Stewart. M.: Stewart, M.: Stiller, C.: Stinson. I.: Stone, R.: Storms, S.: Stott. I.: Stovern. M.: Stowe, S.: Strait. R.: Strundberg. I.: Strong, B.: Tennant. I.: Terpenning, L.: Terpenning W.: Terryn. S.: Thies, N.: Thomas. C.: Thomas. P.: Thompson. B.: Thompson, I.: Thompson. L.: Thompson, S.: Thompson W.: Thornton. M.: Tierman, D.: Tiller, K., Tiller, S.: Tobin, I.: Tool, A.: Vanderplow, A.: VanDuren, S.: Van Dyke, M.: VanDyke, T.: VanEtten, M.: Vanllegenmorter, D.: Vanl-less, F.: VanWyck. D.: Vargas, R.: Veltman, P.: Vesschueren, C.: Viereck, C.: Vlxag, G.: Vino, O.: Visscher, C.: Vitenhimer. R.: Vledder. M.: Voss. M.: Y Top, P.: Tourcoite, K.: Tourre, R.: Town G.: Travis, T.: Txebilcock, P.: Truyillo, T.: Turner. B.: Tyler, I., Tyrrell. K.: Ullmer, I.: Underwood, D.: Valk. M.: Vanas. B.: VanDam, S.: Vanderbeek, R.: VanderMeulen. A.: VanderMolen, P.: Vredeveld. D.: Waddell. B.: Wagner. P.: Wainwright, I.: Walkers, S.: Ward. E.: Ward, L.: Wamer. C.: Wardell, D. Way, I.: Wayer, M.: Weaver. L.: Webb, B.: Webster, D.: Weinert, L. Welch, D.: Weltman, R.: Worley, T.: West, S.: Westfield. D.: Wheaton, M.: Whipple, T.: Whisenant, P.: White. S.: Wibalda, A.: Wibalda. L.: Wick. C.: Wickstrom. T.: Wiersma, K.: Wiese, P.: Wilde, W.: Wilder. C.: Wildie. S.: Wilkins, N.: Willea. I.: Williams. H.: Williams, K.: Williams, K.: Williams R.: Willick. C.: Wisneski. M.: Witham. M.: Witt. D.: Wrighi. D.: Wright, I.: Wrighl. P.: Wolf, I.: Workman. C.: Woodrum. G.: Yemc. V.: Yonkman, I. Zok. R.: Zygutis. R.: L 1 Lynn Tischler and Ed Duliban are attentive at a pep assembly. Iudy Helman tugs on Larry Meeuserfs sleeve as a signal that it's time to get to class. fd Students make good use of the reference library. Cynthia Spurgat cts Marge in the Thespian play. W Zmffy Suv 54 azz dbvad The administration and faculty are essential factors in operating M. H. S. The specific task of the former embraces the establishment of variegated rules and regulations which help to preserve the orderly functioning of the school system. The latter, our competent teaching staff, supervise separate classes or atomic radar stations of knowledge. Knowledge transmitted from these radar stations envelopes such broad topics as history, science, languages, and mathematics. Thus, it can easily be seen that every instructor launches missiles of learning in classes, thereby charging each pupi1's battery with wisdom. MR. MUREL BURDICK MRS. ALICE KYES Principal Assistant Principal 044 72a Olwmv Q64 powez 724 oldmdaabizadvm 202900 729 Wy MR. ED R HUTT N Dire d """l lv-""" .l MR. RAYMOND CARLSON MR. LLOYD HARTMAN MR. KENNETH KOLBERG MR. IOHN TOPPEN Subject: World History Subject: Applied Science Subject: Mechanical Subjects: Plane and Solid Extra: Senior Class Extra: Iunior Class Advisor, Drawing Geometry. Advanced Advisor, ' Administrative Assistant EXUCI Administrative Algebra Administrative Assistant Assistant Extra: Administrative Assistant " i E353 2 :li if ass MR. FREDERICK BRAIL MRS. MILDRED COWAN MRS. MARGARET ELLIOTT MISS HARRIETT REID Extra: Student Teacher Nurse Subject: Library Service Counselor Coordinator. Visual Aids Extra: Library Club ui i OUR GENIAL CLERKS HELP KEEP THE SCHOOL IN ORBIT, TOO LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Klooster. Mrs. Veitenheimer, Miss Wagner, Mrs. Blue, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Haglund, and Mrs. Casterine MRS. DOROTHY ANDREWS Subject: Geometry MR. E. G. APPEL Subjects: Mechanical and Architectural Drafting Extra: Faculty Manager oi Athletics Extra: Senate Advisor MR. RAYMOND BAUER Subject: Chemistry MR. HENRY BOLT Subject: Drafting I and II sfsfx E MRS. MILDRED BROTHERS Subjects: Shorthand. Business Arithmetic Extrqg Iunior Class Advisor. Said and Done x 1 -yy, .Mm ,, M MR. GERALD BRUINING Subjects: Physics and Applied Science MR. PAUL BALDWIN Subjects: American Gov- emment and Sociology Extra: Football and Track Coach MISS GLADYS BOND Subject: llth Grade English MRS. HULDAI-I BURDICK Subjects: 10th Grade English and Speech MRS. GLADYS COLLIER Subject: Family Relations MR. FRED CHALKER and Homemvking Subject: Auto Mechanics Exim! F-H'-Ah MRS. PAULINE DUNSMORE Subjects: Office Practice MR- IAMES CUHNAI-IA and Business Machines Subject: U.S. History and World History Extra: Soph. Class Advisor MRS. IEAN GAINEY ' Subject: English VII and Mas. HELEN DYKEMA VIH - Subject: nth Grade English Extra: Soph. Class Advisor Extra: Soph. Class Advisor ----...-..-, MHS. SARAH COUTCHIE Subject: llth Grade English Extra: Carmenta Advisor MR. PAUL DUNSWORTH Subjects: Government and American History J MR. IOHN GAINEY Subjects: Economics, Busi- ness Mathematics, and Bookkeeping MRS. GERTRUDE GILLASPY Subject: Girls' Physical Education Extra: G. A. A. Cheerleading MR. WILLIAM HARRISON Subjects: Iournalism, Speech, Photography Extra: Keyhole, Press Club. Camera Club, Chronicle Page MISS BARBARA HIBBEHD Subject: 12th Grade English fi MR. ANTHONY GILSDORF Subject: Bookkeeping, Y TYPIHQ MR. EDWARD HAGER Subject: Government Extra: Head Basketball and Golf Coach Extra: Said and Done MISS MARIAN I-IELVIE Subject: Spanish Extra: Spanish Club MISS EMILY HERKIMER Subjects: American Gov- ernment and World History 5 MISS MARGARET HITCHCOCK Subject: Typing II and III MR. DONALD HOGAN Subject: Drafting and Foundry: Community College MR. GEORGE HUGHES Subject: U. S. History and MR ROBER World History S . , TMIENNINGS MR. WILBUR KELLY Subject: Physical Education Extra: Director of City Iunior High School In- tramural Program ubject. Music Apprecia- tion, Senior High Chorus. M.H.S. Girls' Choir, A Cappella Choir, and Madrigal Choir MR. IOHN KIRN Subject: Speech and Debate Extra: Speech Guild and MH. RUSSELL KELLY Subject: Study Hall MISS CECELIA KNOLL Subject: Shorthand, Typing, MR. SHERWOOD KRAUSE Subject: Welding and Ma- chine Shop Forensics MR. DONAVON KRUEGER Subject: Electricity and Transcription f MR. WALTER LADD Subject: Art Metal I, II XII. IV Er an I L. N-. MISS AGNES MCINTYRE Subject: Homemaking MR. ROBERT LEITCH Subject: College Machine Sh , - , xvms. JEAN LAURIN omg? Duyaffggj Shop Subject: 12th Grade English MR. THOMAS MCSHANNOCK Subject: Physical Education cmd Swimming MR, GORDON MARTIN-Y Extra: Track and Cross Subject: Coordinator Coumry MRS. GOLDIE MAYROSE Subject: Commercial Sub- jects Extra: Senior Class Advisor MR. DONALD MOONEY Subject: Algebra E : Y h I Ch' A MISS ANN MOLZEN xtra out or nst Subject: Art MISS EDITH MERRITT Subject: Latin MR. ARILD NIELSEN Subject: American History MR. LINDSAY NEAL Subject: Biology Extra: Science Seminar Q bl MISS THEO PACK MR. DAVID OLSEN Subject: Homemaking Subject: Advanced Alge- bra. Solid and Plane Geometry Extra: Varsity Club and Tennis Team 4 'fu MH. RALPH PLUMMER Subjects: English, both at Miss ETHEL PIHLSTHOM Senifbf H1911 and Com' Subject: American History mumly College Extra: SAID and DONE MRS. MARCELLA O'CONNOR Subject: 12th Grade English Extra: National Honor Society Advisor , J 'V .. Gif . . M . .rl ' MR. IOHN PARTENIO Subject: Cabinet Making Extra: 2nd Team Football and Basketball MR. FRANKLIN POLING Subjects: Speech. Radio and Spanish Extra: Senior Play ts X 'RR' MR. HARRY POTTER Subject: Boys' Physical Education Extra: Athletic Director and Baseball Coach MR. ROBERT RITCHESKIE Subject: Trigonometry and Plane Geometry Extra: Senior Class Advisor md MR. KENNETH ROLFE Subjects: Trigonometry and Advanced Algebra Extra: Student Council MRS. FRANCES REDMOND Subject: English V MRS. MARIORIE RICE Subject: 10th Grade English MR. OREN RODEWALD Subject: Physics Extra: Y-Teens Advisor MR. NATHAN ROLEOFS Subject: Plane Geometry Extra: 10th Grade Advisor Ad ,, ., if i Mn. GEORGE RUSSCHER ' A J, Subject: History MRS. ELIZABETH SCHULER Subject: llth Grade English Extra: llth Grade Advisor ff IA-- MR. HEX SHEATHELM Subject: Printing - MISS HELEN SHIVELY Subject: llth Grade Physi- cal Education Extra: Swimming. Bowling G.1-LA. Wg ff MR. RUSSELL STEVENS Subject: Bookkeeping Extra: Co-sponsor, Future ACC0un'c""s Mn. WILLIAM STEWART Subjects: Band fMarching and Symphonicl and Concert Orchestra "'mu.1 MRS. MAXINE STORMS Subjects: Typing and Shorthand Extra: Future Teachers of MRS. RUTH TERRY America Advisor subjects: English and Speech Extra: National Thespians Advisor :S S 5 murmuring Vinh .-.......... I tw? MR. LARRY SKIPPER Subject: Chemistry and Biology Extra: Youth for Christ- -eK'3""' MISS ELEANOR STOCKWELL Subject: 10th Grade English MR. DOUGLAS TOOL Subject: Chemistry R MR. LEWIS VAN CAMP Subject: Speech and Dra- matics MRA WNTHROP Extra: Masque Club TRAUTMAN MRS. FLORENCE TOOL Subject: French Extra: French Club MR. DERWIN WALVOORD Subjects: Business Ma- chines. Office Practice and Retailing Extra: Coordinator of Coop- Subject: Biology MR. HAROLD WEAVER Subject: 10th Grade English Extra: Class Advisor MR. DALE WINGLER Subjest: llth Grade English Extra: Booster Club Advisor erative Business Training MRS. NORMA WRIGHT Subject: Typewriting and Business Arithmetic Extra: Accounting Club Advisor me MRS. UNA ZIMMERMAN Subject: Girls' Physical MR. R. A. ZIMMERMAN E,iC:1'fC'2,f0,'Q'A' Subject: American Gov- ernment Extra: Faculty Manager oi Athletics THESE ARE INTERNS FROM WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Mantych, Charles Miller, Harry Willnus, Robert Brunner, Raymond Wheeler, Paul Vanderstelt, David Morris, Kennth Lindstrom, Dennis Gaylord. Darrell Sikkenga. Pamela Davies, Charles Ash, Sharon Wurfel. SEATED at the center table: Iohn Van Schelven, Terry Caszatt, Sharon Dixson, Frank Simons. Instructor is Mr. Brail K Q I Mb N I, -ai' - I S THESE PREPARE OUR WELL-BALANCED LUNCHES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Kuiper, Mrs. Holcomb, Mrs. Collett. Mrs. Niva, Mrs. Hamstra 'vm-., Lelt to right, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Lowder, Mrs. Balkema, Mrs. Harkness, Mrs. Pulsifer, Mrs. Oldenburg. THESE KEEP OUR BUILDINGS IN A-1 ORDER SECOND ROW: Mr. Scott, Mr. Bradley, Mr. Dunlap, Mr. Zuidema, Mr. Hilliard, Mr. West, Mr. I-Iouseman. THIRD ROW: Mr. Van Riper, Mr. Schuitema, Mr. Simons, Mr. Smith Miss Wurfel demonstrates finishing touches on a vase as Darlene Dobb and Gordon Luhman observe her techniques. 4505254 eaefw fn' me! fafeea 72 ltfd Ierry Grevel shows uninterrupted concentration as he works on his architectural drawing ezzbfufy dw oioozazeay 994054 Linda Walker sews diligently. dreaming of the good times she will have wear- ing her formal. X 't t . f l , Carol Lehman and Beatrice Martin find In office machines class Bonnie Wohl- speed and accuracy are the important fard gradually improves her skill upon fundamentals of first year typing. the adding machine through practice. 97 Chuck Luhman and Don Kuhn keep their eyes on the copy as they manipulate the ofiset press. eofifwywea trim! eaefapo pie anew' Zfaafi . . . Muskegon High School stu- dents wishing to develop man- ual skills or pursue special trades may participate in the Hackley Manual training pro- gram, which offers a wide va- riety of courses including auto- mechanics, printing, machine shop, and foundry working. Pupils, who select such courses as these, obtain the valuable knowledge and experience which prepares them for future occupations. Doug Cope discovers that it takes many careful techniques to weld properly. Robert Wood. Sidney Moseler and Art Mattson find it very enjoyable learning how to run a variable power supply o-dw 04 Wwwafny 75 an fawydey ww If a student desires, he may add to this experience by tak- ing part in a co-operative train- ing program that enables him to attend school and also work at an outside job on a part-time basis. Part-time jobs have many advantages, the most conspic- uous being the student's salary. An even greater benefit, how- ever, is the contribution Mus- kegon is making through the training of competent youth, to America's field of skilled labor. Troy LaLone iinds it takes a good deal of concentra tion to manipulate a lathe to obtain a smooth surface Don Anderson holds the interest oi the class as he retells his story in French. ,Qazyzmy e, eeafi, fuikk , Jewel .... Catherine Pengilly and Sharon Repta find our library helpful in iinding references for their studies. . 100 i if Our journalism class has many opportunities to have distinctive visitors such as Mr. Mohamed El-Aiandi. an Egyptian student at the University oi Michigan. gh! 6 6,,Q0fZ9ddJU'l0 Bruce Buteyn. Doug Walvoord. Sharon Repta. and Marlyn Booker develop their arguments, eagerly waiting to win all their upcoming debates. .,n. P ip Q 'Q IO1 Meera go e Wifi ea! 7-zalea mm' 604 lm ezbza Neil DeBoer, Doug Edson, and Sharon Garbow find chemistry a very interesting class especially when trying a new experiment. 102 Mr. Chalker assists Leland Hittle and Norman Pugh in check- ing lor leaks in the lubricating system. ffm, mm' 759ea! efyfbm mmf adzafdaefabva Badminton is just one of the popular sports played by the girls gym class, Fx 4""f'..a6r"' , .fi as Our Muskegon Senior High School Band members practice long hours to keep up their wonderful reputation. IO3 i 3 3 E x E i 2 E 5 Q-hzzwmd may Dafezadkf zaefzyy Do you possess potential energy? Well, a vast number of organizations which offer opportunities for acting, singing, giving concerts, planning parties, and participating in sports are in orbit at M. H. S. proving that school spirit, as usual, is at high tide. Some clubs promote cultural interests: some encourage scholastic ability, and all are a pleasant addition to an already marvellous educational curri- culum which is as well-developed as the atom itself. Left to right, ROW ONE: Ruth Meyers, Iudy Gillard, Rachel Stone, Sheryl Kronlein, lanet lensen, Rosemeri Harris. Lila White. Roxie Pierce, Vice-President: Elsa Hansen, Accompanist: Brenda White, Penny Robertson, Pauline Chonis. Annette Tool, Betty Guss, Suzanne Church. Marilyn Booker. ROW TWO: Linda Quick, Eileen Strong, Karen Wiersma, Sharon Peters, Bob Hughes, Con Demos, Iohn Kutuchief, Bill Keur, Larry lrvine, Eric Lans. Dick Uitto. Richard Carlisle. Iohn Seppamaki, Aloys Black, Lynn Kordish, Beverly VenderVelde, Karen Mezynski. Kathy Dekker, Ceola Harris, Laura Iiles. ROW THREE: Karen Ladd, Sally Wickerink, Rosemary Wierengo, Elaine Coates, Marcia Timmer, Marshall Poe. Don Basham. Iim Lindgren, Sylvester Kazmierski, Barckley Roach, Wayne Witham. Don White, Iohn Gronberg, Tom Travis, Lois Custer, Sally Dephouse, Diane Conrad, Carolyn Sparks, Dee Garlough. ROW FOUR: Betty Rogers. Susan Slattery, Pam Scott, Kathie DeVries, Sandra Thompson, Iim Dewald, Harry Parmer, Bill Arnson, lim Iespersen, Loren Russcher, Dale Bjorklund, Dick Fisher, Gordon Carlisle. Karen Stromsta, Nancy Herlein, Marilvnn Visscher, Cheri Hall, Bonnie Beck. ol Qpewe ink ' adam A Cappella Choir has a membership of eighty- one. The officers and section leaders of A Cappella Choir make up a "Choir Cabinet," or ruling body of the choir, which works with the officers of the other choral groups on joint events and projects as well as those which involve only A Cappella Choir. The choir cabinet meets each Thursday during the first lunch period. A Cappella is one of the busiest uqanizations with requests for their programs made 6 months to one year in advance. It attended the annual District and State Choir Festivals this year. The Muskegon Madrigalians are basically a madrigal group. Members of this group are selected through audition to sing in cr small ensemble of mixed voices for advanced singers. This group per- forms about as much as A Cappella Choir and re- quests for their appearances are often made 6 months to a year in advance due to their popularity. In addition to the programs it shares with the other groups, Madrigalians perform for numerous church and civic organizations and participates in the District Solo and Ensemble Festival each year. Left to right, SEATED: Carol Hagen, Accompanist: Diane Erbes, Historian: Marilee Parr, Ruth Ann Gustafson, Ianet Borgeson, Secretary G Librarian: Carole Sandford. Nan Weatter. Sharon Pettersson. STANDING: Tom Hammond, Presi- dent: Roy Burch, Treasurer: Larry Carlson, lim Christopherson, David Stark, Dick Hammond, Bill De Young, Craig Rose, Vice-President. 106 Lett to right. HOW ONE: Karen Westedt. Wanda Samuels. Judy McLouth. Pat Lyon, Ioyce Bryant, Kristine Kolberg. Chris Carlson. leanine Davis, Ianet Baun. lanet Haga, Iohnna Fuller. Ramona Mota. Marilyn Stovern. HOW TWG: Barbara Cooper, Shirley DeYoung, Sherri Cone. Ioanne Anderson. Cindy Holmes, Marzieh Schott. Carol Wilson. Barb Brandt, Karen Anderson. Barb Klecka. Iudy Kiett, Iackie Stewart. Shirley Hughes. Betty Bailey. ROW THREE: Pat Bectol, Marleen Valk, Shirley Amson Iacquie Brouhard, Ianet Diedericksen, Carol Bush, Sandra Gee. Ieanine Stenseng, Charlotte Iohnson, Sandra Baals, Peg Saunders, Iudy Lederer, Loretta Camastos, Cleo Hosler, Anne Hamer. Iayne Miller. HOW FOUR: Iudy Dwyer. Lois Groothuis, Sue Hempstead. Pat Osborne. Ruth Holman, Marva Mulder, Gloria DeLong. Carole Kuiper, Sandie Iohnson, Carolyn Wardell, Karen Iohnson, Secretary: Ioni Goldsmith, Pat Iones, Mary Compton, Carol Coston. Pat Morrison, Ruth Derlrs. und: low 60602 . f . . M. H. S. Girls' Choir provides for girls who are more advanced singers to sing in a select glee club for girls. This group presents programs for local church and civic groups throughout the school year plus the programs it shares with the other choirs. Last year Girls' Choir sang at the Easter Assembly and participated for the first time in the District Festival. They plan to participate again this year. lo,-um Senior High Chorus is a mixed chorus open to all students who like to sing regardless of previous experience. An audition is not required. This group provides the student with the opportunity of a first step toward MHS Girls' Choir, A Cappella Choir, or Madrigalians. " W' , Q. Q as ' 9 W' ' if "" A v ' f 4 ' 'll all if J2'YAf""5 ' .i . , t, " " 5-6 : , .fn Anderson, S: Bailey, A: Beesing, K: Beckstrom. S: Burg, T: Bogart, L: Boltz, I: Breuninger, P: Bunnell. B: Carlson, I, Cederquist, B: Cisler. C: Cianton, H: Crothers. D: Cutler, L: Dalson, B: Dean, K: Decker, F: DeYoung, K: Drust. F: Dyltema. B: Erxleben, W: Evans, I: Farran, B: Ferencsik, I: Flood, S: Flowers. I: Freeman. D: Froats, R: Gerndt, C: Glass, P: Glover D: Goodman, P: Gorham. I: Gould, S: Gray. H: Guerrero, E: Guibord. G: Happeny. A: Hatfield, I: Haverluk, R: Hayes, I: Hopma. B: Hughes. I: Jacobs. I: lensen, D: Iohnson, D: Iohnson, S: Ioppie. S: Kleveling. M: Krupa, K: l..awrenC9. B. Lawson. I: Lehmann. C: Lenting, N: Lewis. D: Long. B: Lynn, B: Marek. I: McAlinden,'M: McKee, D: McKinnon. S: Meade, M: Minnelield. I: Mitchell. B: Muskovin. M: Mundt, C: Noordhot. B: Norton, E: Olson, B: Pastori, D: Pearson. B: Phips. D: Poll. I: Reynolds. F: Rice. M: Roberts, G: Robertson, R: Robbins, D: Ryefield, B: Schutter, D: Schaub, I: Slocum, L: Smack I: St. Amour. F: Steele, D: Storms, S: Strong, I: Strong, Y: Sumner, S: Swanson. S: Tiller, S: Top. P: Tromp. G: Utzinger. S: VanderWest, D: Werley, T: Wheaton, M: White, I: White. I: Wierengo, M: Wiese. P: Wilder, C: Wilkins, N: Wright, P: Wright. 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A AM Q xii s , L lvl .:': I --"' M X, b.', . ly ,Q y ' , " .Q .,. b f K I Q7 I X ' .N.9 ,,.,f5iig3 uv 7 M A 4.6 hh if mer, Marilee Parr, Carolee Pengilly, Catherine Pengilly, Iudy Peterman, Randy Peters. Ellen Plant, Leo Poort, David Powers, Hugh Rea. rron Repta, Gary Rieben. Barclrley Roach, Monte Rogers, Craig Rose, Iudy Ross. Robert Sanborn, Dennis Scheiber. lohn Schlueter. Linda .utter, Rebecca Schwan. Sally Shannon, Alicia Sheldon, Carl Simonson. Bruce Six, Duane Smeltekop, Loretta Smith, Michael Smith. .ce South, Dave Sonnega, Ray Squires, Ken Stack, Mart Stewart, Mike Stewart, Rodney Stone. Ron Street. Sue Street, Harold Swanson, hard Sweet, Barbara Taulbee. Virginia Thelin, Allen Thompson, Sandra Thompson, Marilyn Treutler, Gertrude Twiest, Anita Vander ulen, Richard Vanderstelt, Marcia Vandyke, David Van Wyclr, Mike Wade, lack Wainwright, Darrell Walters, Douglas Walvoord, Larry rrd, Ierry Wassum, Sue West, Carmen Wiard, Al Williams, Russ Wright. wwefzf mm' ymgafiwwb mmf The 1959-60 Marching Band had an organization with the largest number in M. H. S. history. The band did its pre-season drilling at the Smith- Walbridge Camp in Syracuse, Indiana, for the third year in a row. 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 appearances -- but they appeared regularly with new and different half-time presentations at all home games. The band also appeared at pep assemblies and in addition provided community service to both the Fire Pre- vention Parade and the Veterans Day Parade. With limited personnel and very limited funds the band had a very successful year in spite of their handicap. The Concert Band was made up of the overflow of players who were unable to be utilized in the Symphonic Band. Because demand of a concert nature are not as great on this group, they had the time to play for school activities, thus concentration on a more specific concert type of program. However, Concert Band performed 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. 109 110 Benham, B.: Bjorklund, D.: Black, A.: Bouwman, M.: Brink. D.: Counselor, G.: Countiss, I.: Ellis, I.: Enqlund, L.: Essenburg, Gassman, D.: Glidden, K.: Gudelsky, R.: Gustafson, B.: Hemmick, P.: Hixon, L.: Horsley, M.: Hosler, C.: lensen, I.: Iohn C.: Iohnson, D.: Iohnson, I.: Iury, C.: Koomen, R.: Lanting, R.: Lindsay, P.: Lynch, B.: Maastricht. T.: Martinez, V.: Meyers Mclftoberts, M.: Morley, R.: Nelson, D.: Nelson, I.: Nelson, G.: Nickell, D.: Olson, L.: Palmer, I.: Pendleton, B.: Pendleton, . . . fzofieahe The M. H. S. Orchestra had a fine season winning its fourteenth consecutive first award in both District and State Music Festivals. During the school year the orchestra played at twelve Kiwanis Concerts, appeared in concert jointly with the band, performed at the Thanksgiving and Honor Assembly. Personnel included sixty-tive members. 1, W ii: Q 'lf Hi 9 W av , Q A Q 2 3 A fl., if A 5 in "v if Q M 3 "" .. 'H g N. 4 sig? 5 5 , nu' ff "5 ff W ,,,,,, tx WW, , . as if 33,5 qv!! M. ,. I Lett to Right, ROW ONE: Marlene Rumohr. Ianice Ianes, Marie Erxleben. Glenna Strickler. 2nd Vice-President: Nancy Farran. Iune Dem- ler, Marchella Postlewait, Iudy Pohl. Social Chairman. ROW TWO: Cindy Holmes. Mary West, Elaine Coates, Rachel Stone. Gloria Nelson. Sally Shannon, Beverly Dunk, Lou Williams. ROW THREE: Marlene Guilrema. Iudy Chapel. Ioan Slater, Secretary: Marcia Smith, Connie Bird, Rollo Dick. Royle Klecka. Mr. Donald L. Mooney, Advisor. ROW FOUR: Gordon L. Carlisle. David O. Carlson, Doug Edson. Vice-President: Warren Harnmons, Iohn Yonlrer. Charles Iury, Clilford Westerlund. Dave Stark, Pres. Zed! 752 6190245 Y. F. C. is a dynamic club that started its act- holiday hayride, and two tremendous quiz teams ivities at the beginning of the school year. The well versed on the Bible. club's main purpose is to reach other teenagers at The meetings included musicals, skits, with M. H. S. for Christ. It has had many main projects student participation, and well-known international which included after-football fellowships at various speakers. churches. making up Christmas baskets, having a Lett to Right. ROW ONE: Pam Anderson. Sheryl Kronlein. Marva Mcltoberts. Marcelyn Bssenburg, Marcia Van Dyke. Sharon Slamkowski. Mary Langan. ROW TWO: Sue Iohnson. Iudy losephson. Ruth Derks. Linda Schutter. Ianet Hermann. Irene Basham. Bonnie Wohlfard. Marilee Parr. Treasurer. ROW THREE: Sue West, Carla Iohnson, Larry Hixon. Paul Burgess. Boyd Buaghman. David Salisbury. Al H2 Williams, Rosemeri Harris. Sharon Peters. Iacquie Cramer. Left to right, ROW ONE: Lana Kay Broutman. Marty Lewis. Roxie Pierce. Hollee Beadle, Karen Stulp. Pauline Chonis, Turkan Guler. Christine Ray. Carol Hagen. Lynda Rubinsky. ROW TWO: Nancy Lutrey. Lorraine Norton. Iudy Decker. Recording Secretary: Merri Lee Knapp, President: Florie Dykema, Iudie Paxson. Ellen Plant, Karen Beesing, Lydia Scholle. ROW THREE: Mrs. Couthie, Linda Quick. Pub- licity Chairman: Ianet Diedericksen, Darlene DeVries, Historian: Buzzy Thunlors, Carol Gibner, Pat Crist, Sally Dalson, Corresponding Secretary: Kay Zimmerman. Lynn Kordish, Bonnie Barrett. Sherrie Vander Sys. ROW FOUR: Penny Robertson, Parliamentarian: Suzanne Church. Vice-President: Nan Weatter, Sally Dephouse. Kathy DeVries, Mary Ortquist, lane Wittkopp, Barb South. Treasurer: Iune Mapes. Diane Erbes. te ie-Qfevz 0042907 One purpose of Carmenta is to study and enjoy literature. Literary reports are given for try-outs by each girl and a report is given by each new member at the regular meetings. Another purpose of Carmenta is to further worth- while projects in our school and in our community. American Field Service is one of their projects for which they raise money to send a student to Europe. They also have a Thanksgiving and Christmas project. The traditional dance, "The Cotton Ball." is put on by members every year in May for the purpose of raising money for the American Field Service project. Nan Weatter and Sally Dalson admire the poster held by Ianet Diedericksen. Carmenta sponsors a M. H. S. student for foreign exchange every summer. N 113 Lett to right, ROW ONE: Io Ann Erickson, Sharon La Vassuer, Gwen Hciiman, Roma Ziarnko, Virginia Martinez, Karen Mikan, Ruth Vanderbeek. ROW TWO: Stanley Corliss, Lynn Kordish, Sandie Colburn, Cecil De Groot, Timmy Trujillo, Karen Tiller, Beverly Gage Vice-President, Esequil Guerrero. ROW THREE: Miss Helvie, Stanley Houck. Tom Maastricht, Nina McClung. Ruth Derlrs, Iudy Dwyer Paulette Droppers, Lee Gerard, Secretarv: Kenneth Lindstrom CStudent Teacherl. muah! fda! The Spanish Club of Muskegon Senior High School has been organized to promote greater ii. terest and better understanding of the Spanish- speaking peoples ot the world. Social meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 P. M. in room 202. The mem- bers meet ior business purposes, however, on the last Thursday of the month after school. Any in- dividual enrolled in a Spanish class or having had 2 years of Spanish is eligible for membership. Members of the club participate in various ac- tivities. Special "fiestas," singing, and slides on Spain or the Latin American nations are only a small part oi this organization's functions. Arthur Bates and Lee Gerard admire the figurines of the Christmas Creche displayed by Bev Gage and Paulette Droppers. Q A er it if ss Y . f 3 H zrmri mares'-t,m...,,..i N., 114 iw? 995' e ,Misafir XA. Lett to right. ROW ONE: Pauline Wiese, Pat Wright, Nancy Wilkins, Annette Tool, Betty Guss. Lorraine Slocum. Carolyn Crawford. Barb Brandt. Kathy Krieieldt. ROW TWO: Ruby Gillespie, Ruth Ann Gustafson, Evelyn Norton, Anne Wibalda, Sandra Thompson, Sandie Iohnson, Virginia Schneider, Shirleyann Brantman. lulia Kiett, Chris Hartman. ROW THREE: David Iensen, lohn Gronberg. Marshall Poe, Iackie Brustad, Carol Schoonbeck, Susan White, Sue Buss, Virginia Elliot. Robert Pendleton, Director. Carl Wick. ROW FOUR: Dick Tourre, Rollo Royle, Assistant Director, Ion Hradsky. lim Christophersen, Accompanist: Iulius Caesar Ill, Mascot: Dave Kyviq, Bill Van Dongen. Dale Bjorklund, Ramiro Rodriguez, Eric Lans. zawbz iframe! we The Latin Department at M. H. S. boasts three iirsts which make it truly unique: a department choral group and an orchestra, which performed at our annual Christmas and Awards programs: and a "teacher's paradise," a class of only seven fourth year students. Our school provides a four year Latin course encompassing all phases of Roman life and language. Each year the Latin Department provides a scholarship for someone who will be taking a course in the classics in college. Lett to right, ROW ONE: Kay Glidden, Director: Carole Schanzlin. Mary Ann Wisneski, Robert Pendleton, Pam Hemmick, Mike Stewart, Larry Hixon, Marcia VanDyke, Kathy Harker. ROW TWO: Dale Bjorklund, Dale Johnson. Ioe Ellis, Loretta Smith, Harry Brillhart. ROW THREE: Larry Ward, lim Dewey, Leo Poort. Mart Stewart. 115 Leit to right, ROW ONE: Ann Kolekamp, Parliamentarian: Paulette Droppers, Pat Morse. Phyllis Rowe. Eileen Strong. Annette Tool. His- torian: Paulette Nelson. Sg't-at-arms: Sandra Gray, Iudy Countiss, Peg Saunders. ROW TWO: Margaret Rork. Priscilla Hansen, President: Penny Robertson, Iudie Paxson, Ellen Plant, Gloria Isley, Catherine Davis, Kay Tourcotte, Rosemeri Harris. ROW THREE: Io Ann DeVries, Ruth Nyuli. Betty Lou Rogers, Sue Street, Carole Coston, Marilyn Treutler, Nancy Neuman, Barb Carlson, Paula Privacky, Betty Lawrence, Chaddie Wingate. ROW FOUR: Thomas Ober, Ioan Slater, Sue Smith, Secretary: Tom Policka, Cherri Collinge, lim Weller, Treasurer: Lee Holstege, Jim Ieilery, Ianice Robertson, Ianyce Morrison, Dave Peterman, Sg't-at-arms. Some of the activities carried on by the French visiting the art gallery. Clubs this year at their bi-monthly meetings and at The members also contributed to Care. carried their parties have been playing games in French, on correspondence with French students, and carolled singing French songs, presenting skits, discussing at the hospitals during the Christmas season. projects, seeing slides and movies, hearing talks, and 'Firm' slit' is ,swf- , 1 r Q s , . , .. Lett to right, ROW ONE: Kathleen Williams, Cathy Arnold, Iudy Lawson, Peggy Hollander, Carol Wilson, Karen Nelson, Pat Dewald, Mary Lindenbaum, Cleo Hosler, Ieannie Hines. ROW TWO: Mrs. Tool. Advisor: Iudy Brezinski, Marcia Levin, Loretta Camastos, Ian Marek. Kathy Bouwsma, Gwynne Guibord, Darlene Witt, Barbara Mixer, Pat Grewe. ROW THREE: Richard Hollander, Iudy Gunderman. Char- maine Drelles, Pam Andrews, Carole Sanford. Historian: Sue Meyer, Geri Weber, Sue Olsen, President: Sally Dephouse, Lydia Scholle, Parliamentarian: Daryl Ringelberg. ROW FOUR: Roxi Veitenheimer, Margaret Smith, Kathy Anderson, Mary Lou Lathrop, Miranda Iones, Secretary: Iames Bowen, David Holdren, Walter Humy. Ron Wayer, Sergeant-at-arms: George Harryman, Treasurer. 116 Left to right, ROW ONE: Turkan Guler, Marilee Parr, Flori Dykema, Membership Chairman: Hollee Beadle, Corresponding Secretary: Craig Rose, Vice-President: Roy Burch. Treasurer: Mary Ortquist, Recording Secretary: Ioanne Farmer, Pat Houck, Sharon Pettersson. ROW TWO: Marty Lewis, Cindy Holmes. Connie Bird, Ianet Iensen, Iim Newll, Marilyn Littell. Rosemary Wierengo, Rita Sayles, Rosemary Whitney, Peggy Hollander. ROW THREE: Teddy Schmidt. Raymond Nelson, lane Myers, Iudy Dwyer, Nancy Newman, Karen Pattenger, Ieanne Porter, Sue Meyer. Gretchen Heneveld, Sharon Duckett. ROW FOUR: Kathy Dekker, Sue West, Carla Iohnson. Roger Williams, Carol Flickema, Brent Bleier. Miranda Iones, Cheri Hall. Kathy Anderson, Caren Buttertield. wafer The Muskegon Senior High School Booster Club met regularly twice each month. During the football and basketball seasons these meetings often lasted over an hour in taking up only the business at hand. This business all amounted to a concerted effort of cheerleaders and the Booster Club, putting into effect various activities to raise the morale and enthusiasm to a pitch that made Muskegon renowned as a cluded the selling of pom-pons and Booster badges, chartering busses for excursions, decorating goal posts, posting pep-signs and helping work out stunts for pep sessions. The Booster Club contributed generously to the American Field Service campaign as well as giving Christmas baskets to needy families and contributing to other charities. school with real school spirit. Other activities in- ROW ONE, left to right: Darlene Witt, Marcia Berghuis, Iudy Vantrepott, Barbara Klecka, Carol Wilson. lrene Basham, Lynda Mackenzie. Linda GGY. DOIIHQ Iohnson. Suzanne Scott. ROW TWO: Donna Major, Iohnna Fuller, Wanda Iohnson. Pam Andrews, Cheryl Kienke, Cherie Vander Sys, Paulette Nelson, Ruth Vanderbeek, Elsa Pressentin, Ianis DeVries. ROW THREE: Daryl Ringelberg, Alice Anderson, Ianis David, Barb Mixer, Ianice Block, Ruth Mikos, Carolyn Crawiord, Karen Anderson, Rose Mikos, Mary Meade, Ioanne Norton. ROW FOUR: Dee Garlough. Susan White, Barbara Iensen, Carole Sanford, Charlotte Iohnson. Sue Reilly, Iudy Gunderman. Marcia Levin, Loretta Camastos, Charmaine Drelles, Paula Privacky, Sandie Iohnson. ROW FIVE: Sue Langeland, Carole Pickel, Ianet Silky, Dave Welch, Ioe Legatz, Bruce Barclay, Dave Deweil, Ondra, Robinson, Richard Hollander, Mary Lou Lathrop. Mary Mattila. H7 Left to right, ROW ONE: Iohn F. Kirn, Advisor: Marilyn Booker. Carolee Pengilly. Lorrie Lou Leutscher, B. A. Nelson, Bev Brown, Ioan B b A ndt ROW TWO Brian Walsworth Kathy Anderson Peter Hanson Sharon Repta. Ioy Timmick, Lorraine Norton. Ken Tourcotte. o r . : . , , Hunter, Tom Carlson. ROW THREE: Douglas Walvoord, Russell Wright, Bruce Buteyn, Iohn Palmer, Iim Dewey, Alan DeMuro, Andy Wierengo Ted Price. Neil Gilbert. alex ymaf The twenty-six members of debate keep busy acquiring and applying material for both the affirm- ative and the negative sides to this year's topic: Resolved that the federal government should sub- stantially increase regulation of labor unions. Muskegon Senior High is a member of the West Shore Debate League and the State League. The West Shore League is composed of Muskegon Heights, Catholic Central, Grand Haven, Fremont, and Muskegon Senior High. The qualifications for a debater are hard work and research, good study habits, and logical clear thinking. Douglas Walvoord, Sharon Repta. Marilyn Booker, Ioy Timmick, Ken Hunter. Bruce Buteyn admire their trophy. 118 ROW ONE, left to right: Carol Hagen, Ruby Gillespie, Lorrie Leutscher, Sue Iohnson, Lorraine Norton, Iudy Pohl, Sharon McKinnon. HOW TWO: Pam Hemmick, Sue Seni, Secretary: Marilyn Booker, Historian: Mary Io Steiner, Co-Chairman oi Forensics: Kay Glidden, Vice- President: Ioy Timmick, President: Ann Goggin, Treasurer: Lana Kay Broutman. ROW THREE: Iohn F. Kirn, Advisor: Cynthia Spurgat, Evelyn Norton, Sharon Repta, Co-Chairman of Forensics: Russ Wright, Iim Dewey, Bill Gustafson, Neil Gilbert, Ken Hunter, Parliamentar- ian: Margaret Smith. Saeed! QJJJZQK All those MHS students interested in assembly speaking, public discussion, and various other speech activities are sure to be found in the happy fellow- ship of Speech Guild. This interesting organization, formed in 1950, encourages public speaking interests, provides speaking experience, and acts as a public service organization. One of the favorite activities of Speech Guild is discussion groups. On rnany occasions they are called upon by various civic and church groups to present a discussion on some interesting and timely subject. Speech Guild also held discussions after school for the benefit and enjoyment of the student body on such topics as television, radio, clothes, customs, cars, and many others. Checking Neil Gilbert's speech are Sue Iohnson and Ioy Timmick, l19 Left to right, ROW ONE: Mary Wibalda, Terry Redmond, Andrea Bovich, Vice-President: Sally Wickerink. ludy Pohl. Priscilla Hansen. ROW TWO: Ioy Timmick, Douglas Walvoord, Gordon Luhman, President: Bruce Buteyn, Secretary: Tom Cowan, Don Basham, Ruth Terry, Sponsor. agazbm The aim of National Thespians organization is two-fold: to establish and promote standards oi ex- cellence in all phases of speech arts and to create an active and intelligent interest in speech arts among students. This organization supplies its members with letters of accomplishment for college entrance. Members of National Thespians must earn 100 hours to become inducted members. At present there are 12 members who have met the basic re- quirement. Some 35 other students have earned hours toward meeting the basic requirement by debating, dramatics, public address announcing, radio and assemblies. 120 Thespians presented a 3-act comedy. "Take Care ol My Little Girl" last fall. In a scene from the play are Priscilla Hanson. Gordon Luhman, Lorrie Leutscher. and Don Basham. ROW ONE, left to right: Sally Wickerink, Betty Entsminger, Iudy Lawson, Ian Marek, Gwynne Guibord, Pauline Chonis. Parliamentarian: Roma Ziamko, Kay Tourcotte, Io Ann DeVries, Mary Io Steiner. ROW TWO: Iudy Pohl. Nancy Lenting, Mary Wibalda, Barb Pearson, Sue Storms. Nancy Herlein. Andrea Bovich, Pricilla Hansen, Secretary: Ruth Froats, Ann Bolthouse, Irene Basham. ROW THREE: Karen Stulp, Terry Redmond. Historian: Roxie Pierce, Vice-President: Ioan Slater, Billie Williams, Ioyce Carter. Mary Ortquist. Kathie DeVries. Lana Kay Broutman, Ioan Tourcotte, Chris Hartman, Lorrie Lou Leutscher, Bev Brown, Carolee Pengilly, Darlene Borns. ROW FOUR: Dennis Gassman, Tom Carlson. Bill Waddell, Al Williams, Gordie Luhman, Wayne Fields, Bill Holmberg, David Holdren, Roy Beetham, Iohn Palmer, Don Basham. Dan Nickell, President: Carl Howell, Richard Harvey. Masque activities this year included a complete three-act play presented in the fall and the perform- ance ot three one-act plays in the spring. lane Eyre was presented on November 20, and 21, as the three-act play. Costumes from New York were ordered, and antique furniture from all over the city was gathered to give the presentation real authenticity. The scene was set in a nineteenth century English atmosphere. The one-act plavs were presented in March, and were entirely student directed. Three seniors are chosen to direct these plays, and a junior, or perhaps file another senior, was the assistant director for each play. Members for Masque are chosen each year through try-outs which are held early in the fall. The members are chosen for their acting ability, and backstage knowledge. A unique initiation party was held on November 14, for the new and old members of Masque. Each person dressed as a character from a play, and prizes were given for the best girl's and boy's costume. Mr. VanCamp was the advisor. A tense moment in "Iane Eyre" is evident. Players are: Bride, Chris Hartman: Rochester, Tom Carlson: Minister. Bill Waddell: Sally Wiclrerink, Dave Holdren, and Carl Howell. 121 Left to Right, ROW ONE: Ruthann Holman, Sandra Mattila, Secretary: Karen Stulp, Kay Glidden, Doris Ackerman, Delores Ericksen. ROW TWO: Beverly Gage, Karen Stromsta. Sharon Repta, Mary Ortquist, Mary Wibalda. Ioy Timmick. ROW THREE: Ken Hunter, Vice-President: Iim Alberts. Douglas Walvoord, President: David Miller, Ian Dephouse, Lee Holstege, Dave Hilliard, Treasurer: Tom Groeneveld, Histo- rian: Robert Pendleton. fkzkbvmf SZ41a0z aaa' National Honor Society invites to membership committee. He or she must also rank in the top fourth those students who have attained a high scholastic of his or her class. standard and who have met the requirements of The society holds inductions in the tall and character, leadership, and service set up by a faculty spring. New members oi National Honor Society are: Karen Stulp, Mary Wibalda, Doris Ackerman, Ian Dephouse, David Miller. Lee Holstege, and Robert Pendleton. 122 Lett to right, ROW ONE: Bonnie Barrett, Pauline Chonis. Vice-President: Penny Robertson, Karen Beesing, Karen Stulp, Roxie Pierce. Historian: Ann Bos. Sharon Duckett, Nancy Farran. ROW TWO: Gloria Nelson, Corresponding Secretary: Mary Ortquist. Kay Glidden. Suzanne Church, Carol Rayner, Linda Handy, Treasurer: Flori Dykema, Used Book Store Chairman: Ieannie Hines. Merri Lee Knapp, Marcella Bouwman. ROW THREE: Linda Quick, Secretary: Iohn Kutuchiel, President: Al Williams, Sg't-at-Arms: Iim Ieilery, Don Tindall. Alan DeMuro, Bill VanDongen, Russ Wright, Bill Gustafson. ROW FOUR: Lynn Olson. Douglas Walvoord, Tom Maastricht, Ted Price, Ken Stack, Michael Wade, Wayne McElyea, Charles Iury, Dick Neal. wwf? Z A student governing body to promote good relations between faculty and students and to im- prove school conditions during the year are the main objectives of the M. H. S. Student Council. ln addition to supervising the used book store and the annual Homecoming, Student Council mem- bers participated in the Safe-Teen club and helped with the clean-up campaign. Every year Student Council helps to bring a foreign exchange student to M. H. S. through the M. A. P. campaign. Left to right, ROW ONE: Sue Buss, Sue Iohnson, Marleen Valk, Kathy Kreiteldt. Iera De Long, Gretchen Heneveld, Sally Anderson, Lynn Tischler, Carolee Pengilly, Ianice Strong, Flora Reynolds. ROW TWO: Chris Carlson. Pam Anderson, Kathryn Beesing, Sue Street. Karen Nelson, Sally Wickerink, Ruth Ann Gustafson. Sharon Appel, Mary Ann Kendrew, Mary Mattila. Gloria Bour. ROW THREE: Evelyn Norton, Carol Hutchins, Nancy Lutrey, Sharon Garbow, Kristine Kolberg, Karen Gienapp. Ann Herbert. Diane Erbes. Andrea Bovich Iudy DAlcorn, Iudy Countiss. Irene Basham. ROW FOUR: Randy Tardy. Dave Welch, Tom Smith, Bruce Hiekels, Bill Holmberg, Ioe Ellis, lim Lindgren, Leo Poort, Dave Hall, Iohn Seppamaki. I 2 3 Lett to right, ROW ONE: Marilyn Booker, Editor: Peggy Hollander. Brenda Thunfors. lane Northrop, Mary Lindenbaum, Linda Quick. ROW TWO: Kathy Oestman. Marilyn Kiett, Carol Rayner, Ian Mell, Lydia Scholle. Iil Daniels. ROW THREE: Wayne Lobdell, lim Saxe. Roy Burch, Terry Gibson, Davis Larsen. Richard Hollander, Dan Snyder. mam The M. H. S. Campus Keyhole is in new quar- ters with new reporters this year. Room I6 in the "annex" is used to formulate the ideas, events, and facts that the newspaper prints to enlighten the student body. Editor-in-chief, Marilyn Booker and columnist, Roy Burch, assisted by page editors, reporters, and photographers, present their ideas concerning school topics. This year the staff and Mr. Harrison, advisor, are working with Mr. Hartman, administrative assistant, and, by using articles and picture stories, promoted a campaign to stamp out the problem of smoking on campus. Special editions were put out in the fall and spring besides the monthly editions. I 124 Hard at work writing copy are these reporters: Sharon Appel, Sue Slattery, Sandra Benedict. Left to Right, ROW ONE: Catherine Pengilly, Advertising: Ioyce Hulka, Co-editor: ludy Pohl, Co-editor: Peggy Hollander. Student life: Sandra Mattila, Undergrads: Eileen Strong, Faculty: Roma Ziarnko, Student life. ROW TWO: Carole Link. Classrooms: Iudy Chapel. Organizations: Shirley Vledder. Seniors, Carol Ames, Seniors: Ioan Anderson. Undergrads: Ann Goggin, Miscellaneous: Millie Upson. Student life: Karen Andreason. Faculty. ROW THREE: Iudy D'Alcorn. Class- room: Ianet Hylen, Advertising: Sharon Rauschenberger. Organizations: Iim Alberts, Boys Sports: George Bakker, Boys Sports: Marvin Vanderwall. Photographer: Tom Zatolokin, Advertising: Karin Gienapp, Advertising: Alicia Sheldon, Advertising: Glenna Strickler, Girls Sports. eh! 450102 The members of our yearbook staff have made tireless efforts of SAID and DONE's personnel that it their purpose to present to the remainder of the pictures were secured, indispensable information ob- student body as accurate and as vivid an account tained, and the M.H.S. story written. of the school year as possible. It was through the Staff members select pictures, compile the index, and prepare senior pictures for mounting for the 1960 yearbook FRONT ROW: Sandra Mattila. Ioan Anderson, and Iudy Chapel. SECOND ROW: Carole Link. Millie Upson. Ioyce Hullra. Shirley Vledder, and Carol Ames. THIRD ROW: Glenna Strickler. Iudy Pohl. Karen Andreason, and Iudy D'Alcorn. w 125 Left to right, ROW ONE: Gloria Nelson, Cynthia Spurgat, Pat Dewald, Sally Anderson, Lynn Tischler, Vita Teles. ROW TWO: Sally Shannon, Vice-President: Sandra Iensen, Sue Sent, Lila White, Linda Gay, Teddy Schmidt, Kay Glidden, Historian. ROW THREE: Terry Redmond, President: Sue Smith, Barb Heneveld, Secretary: Diane Baker, Ann Goggin, Mary Wibalda, Ioy Timmick. Parliamentariang Iudy Countiss. ROW FOUR: Alica Sheldon, Karen Stromsta, Sharon Gravitter, Shirley Page, Cherri Collinge, Nancy Krupp, Brauen Lynch, Barb Taulbee, Treasurer. eamzfe me Ogbfd awe Senate Fine Arts Society is a representative Assembly much like the Upper House of The United States Congress. It is composed of fifty eleventh and twelith grade girls each representing a state of the Union. This year its contribution toward world peace was the adoption of a Chinese boy whom it support- ed for the second consecutive year. Senate is divided into committees, one for each month, who plan and arrange one cultural and service project each month. To encourage and promote the fine arts, Senators attend many cultural meetings such as attendance at theater plays and music programs. Service projects, directed toward the school and community, benefit all including the senators. Social activities indulged in by the Senators are the annual Senate-Carmenta Party, a house party, a "come as you are" induction party, and many, many more. Sally Shannon serves punch to Barb Henneveld, Terry Redmond, and Sandra Taulbee at their fall party. 126 'T Left to right, ROW ONE: Elaine Coates, Ruby Gillispie, Billie Ioyce Kern, Nancy Krupp. Treasurer: Sue Smith, Historian: Edith Gronberg, Barbara Benham, Sg't-at-arms: Iudy McLouth, Vice'President: Carole Eely. ROW TWO: Bonnie Turner, Betty Lou Henderson, Carole Kuiper, Ruth Froats, Lois Groothuis. Mary West, Marcia Timmer, Iudy Yonkman, Kay Wildfong. ROW THREE: Carolyn Crawford, Iune Kurtjweil, Linda Handy, President: Carol Grams, Sue Olsen, Marie Tandy, Kathy Tyrrill, Iudy Wildfong, Sandra Hornik, Pauline Maitland mime ea olaavefhzkwa The girls who are working toward a future as they can about nursing as a profession. a nurse, have banded together to form a club. These The information gathered helps them decide for girls at M. H. S. are not alone in this matter as certain whether or not they want to follow nursing there are F. N. A. clubs scattered all over the U. S. A. as a profession. The Home Nursing lessons they The girls in this organization strive to learn all receive will help them in their later lives. Getting an early start on the study of anatomy are Linda Handy, Elaine Coates, and Susan Smith. 127 Left to right, ROW ONE: Brenda White, Stella Cole, Eileen Strong. Iudy Peterman, Alice Chamberlain, Parliamentarian: Iudy Bloodgood. Treasurer: Ruthann Holman, Vice-President: Nancy Farran. Reporter: Peggy Seastrom, President: Vita Teles, Historian. ROW TWO: Mary Lou Christiansen, Darlene Witt, Nancy Wilkens, Sue Reilly, Sue Storms. Bev Noordhot. Pat Wright, Mary Ann Wisneski, Pauline Wiese. HOW THREE: Carole Schanzlin, Annette Tool. Bev Brown, Iudy Gunderman, Cheryl Snow. Charmaine Drelles, Catherine Davis. Ruth Nyuli, Kristine Kolberg, Mrs. Maxine Storms. ROW FOUR: Carol Benham, Cheryl Buter, Sue Hempstead. Iune Stever, Iohn Palmer. Janet Hermann, Dottie Hartman, Ianet Silky, Daryl Ringelberg. :anne 75eclefz4 olaaammdma The teaching profession sets high standards for itself. For all to see, it has hung out the sign. "On1y the Best Shall Teach." Successful teachers invite outstanding students to consider teaching in relation to the abilities and interests of each. This is the basic purpose of the F. T. A. Some of the projects completed by the group are providing a Christmas basket for a needy family and they went as a group, along with their advisor Mrs. Storms, to hear talks and see pictures on teaching abroad. Teaching is the largest profession in the world and an indispensable one.Without teachers, who would develop and train our doctors, lawyers, scien- tists or any of our skilled population? Peggy Seastrom. president. conducts a meeting of the prospective teachers group. 128 2 e-N, Lett to right, HOW ONE: Marlene Terryn, Secretary: Mary Ellen Goranson. Treasurer: Billie Williams, Vice-President: Patricia Whisenant President: Peggy Whisenant, Shirley Henry. Karen Iohnson. ROW TWO: Mrs. Gladys Collier. Sharon Terryn, Mary Bell, Cleo Hosler, lean Schimke, Dianne Hansen, Carolyn Gerndt. Linda Smith. Lynda Mackenzie. wtzaze The purpose of Future Homemakers is to pro- mote a growing interest in home economics and more community participation. The Euture Home- makers help with many problems of the home- making department. They met twice a month to plan projects and activities. They have dressed Goodtellow dolls and 4 QQJOCJZUM have taken trips for career study and community interest. F or their social activities they had a Mother and Daughter Banquet, parties, and special speakers. They bought a silver tea service by selling candy, and having various cupcakes sales. They serve at luncheons, dinners, and other events. These girls, Karen Iohnson, Mary Bell. and Billie Williams, are examining painting reproductions in their study of interior decoration as part oi the club activities. Nw s sg it wtnmr- 'T Left to right, ROW ONE: Iudy D'Alcorn, Treasurer: Pam Anderson, Secretary: Iune Crews, President: Iane Chancellor, lane Crews, Re- porter: Ianet Baun. Historian: Norma Calkins, Vice-President: Gay Edwards. ROW TWO: Shirley Henry, Beth,Anderson, Glenda Moore, Sandy Fearnley, Shirley Arnson, Nancy DeVries, Darleen Steele, Karen Gaul, Sharon Tiller. ROW THREE: lean Schimke, Ioyce Bryant, Dianne Hansen, Dorene Hendrickson, Linda Lack, Peggy Whisenant, Patricia Whisenant, Sandra Townsend, Irene Basham. Reporter: Iudy Wilde. ROW FOUR: R. D. Stevens. Cleo Hosler. Sharon Rauschenberger, Carol Dekker, Dennis Baldwin, Bill Sapp, Barbara Ann Ryeiield, Carol Henry, Norma Wright. Sponsor :dfwfze aloe If you are at all interested in the occupation businesses where they observed the activities and of accounting, you will no doubt be interested in procedures. Each year they have an annual banquet. Future Accountants. They have tried hard to stim- The advisor for this group is Mr. Stevens. ulate interest in accounting for a future occupation. The girls visited several organizations and Getting practice in accounting are June Crews and Sharon Rauschenberger as they examine a ledger. 130 Left to right, ROW ONE: Penny Robertson, Darlene DeVries, Secretary: Iudy Decker. Merri Lee Knapp, President: Connie Bird, Karen Stulp, Karan McConnell, Catherine Pengilly. Carol Hagen. ROW TWO: Rosemary Wierengo, Karen Pattenger, Barb Heneveld. Barb South, lane Myers, Ioyce Hulka, Iudy Medema, Ieannie Hines, Linda Quick, Publicity Chairman, Inter-club representative. ROW THREE: Pat Bruhn, Ian Mell, Bonnie Barrett, Karen Beesing, Kay Zimmerman. Ieanne Porter, Teddy Schmidt, Genie Ambrose, Sharon Duckett, Beverly Getz. ROW FOUR: Suzanne Church, Vice-President: Iudy Bloodgood, Iudy Bench. Ruth Holman, Marilyn Littell, Sal Dephouse, Sgt.-at-arms: Lynn Leffring, Iudy Ross, Carol Rayner, Treasurer: Carol Gibner. 09164 pating in many projects thru the year including: a drive for UNICEF, a filling of a Thanksgiving and Easter basket to cheer a family, a study of the various religions, an ice skating party, and an evening of entertainment for the Marquette Orthopedic School. Genial, serviceable, and beneficial are words appropriately used to describe the Y-Teen group at M. H. S. The organization's main purpose is to build Christian character. They fulfill this aim by partici- YL to aa.. Left to right, ROW ONE: Iudy Vantrepott, Sandie Colburn, Brenda Thunfors, Gay Edwards. Carolyn Krannitz. ROW TWO: Carol Grams. Sharon Iacobs, Pat Gelakoske, Sharon Garbow. Pauline Maitland, Carole Coston. ROW THREE: Paula Movey, Lana Kay Broutman. Linda Pedersen, Ianet Diedericksen, Lynda Rubinsky. 131 L tt t ' ht, ROW ONE: T m Ber . Herb Brahman, Iim Bishc , loe Lawrence, Larry Kozal, Sec.-Treasurer: Doug McKeen. Doug Vredeveld. e o rig o g p Iohn Foster, Sg't-at-arms: Ralph Monroe. ROW TWO: Emil Milas, lim Meyers, Dave Welch, Harry Cook, Don Aley. Wayne McElyea, Iohn Saxe. Larry Marek. Chaplain: Harry Parmer, President: Chuch Danhof. ROW THREE: Tom Cowan. David Salisbury, Dave House, Don Tindall, Vice-President: Loren Russcher, Marvin Vanderwall, Larry Meeusen, Larry Musk, Ken Greene. Gary VanDam. 5- The boys in the M. H. S. Hi-Y Club apply their motto to their high purpose: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." In turn, an application of the Hi-Y purpose is a contribution to World Service, a Y. M. C. A. organization endeavor- ing to help the needy overseas. and a contribution to our own Community Fund. Thus, the boys attempt to set a good example of Christian character for others to follow. The M. H. S. Hi-Y club meets in the "Y" and takes advantage of the fine "Y" pool and bowling alleys. ' ee wee yawn' The primary job ot the boys on the Service Squad is the setting up and operating of motion picture projectors. Every morning, before school, the squad members move the projectors and set them up in class rooms signed for a movie. During study halls operators sign out to show movies where an operator is not available in the class. Besides the moving picture projectors, film strip and slide pro- jectors, tape recorders, and record players are also available. Most work done by the squad is voluntary: there is no pay except a pin given as recognition for three years service. However, there is one job where pay is given. This is for advance operators only and is the operation of the Arc Lamp Projectors in the auditorium for a public performance. ROW ONE, left to right: David Carlson. Dick White. Dan Bouwman, Bruce Rickels, Ierry Rios. ROW TWO: Albert Frohner. Tom Maastrict, Clifford Westerlund, Lorne Gustafson, Edwin Compton. Bob Friel. Left to right, ROW ONE: Sandra Malsberry: Alumni Secretary, Mary Lou Wierengo: Secretary, Georgia Wilson: Vice-President. Sharon Burr: President, Shirley Smith: Parliarnentarian, Karen Andreason, Donna Haight. Sandra Gee. ROW TWO: Emma Bihh, Sharon Cooper, Peggy Whisenant, Glenda Moore. Ianice Vander Wel. Frances Caifery, Iudy McWain, Ianice Nelson. ROW THREE: Mrs. Elliott, advisor: Connie Porter, Dorene Hendrickson, Marcia Shriver. Robert Iohnson, Sharon Gould. Madelynn Wayer. Marilyn Kempton. Marlene Tenyn. ROW FOUR: Pat Osborne, Bobbie Clover, Pat Hodges, Saundra loppie. Barbara Iohnson. Iudy Oudsema, Vicky Holasinski, Lucille Davis. Z The purpose of the club members is to provide social fellowship ior those with the same interest, explore their interests and abilities in relation to library work, and to help their school in the field of library service. Some of their special events were an Initiation Party, a candy sale, a project for Radio Free Europe, Book Week, Library Week, a TAB book sale and SLAAM. Also a project for collecting Life lOct. Sl for Russia. In addition, the group published an alumni bulletin every other month which was sent to 125 former members. Their advisors are Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Senf. These girls have prepared tea lor library visitors during Book Week. 133 Left to right, ROW ONE: Bruce Nelson, lim Saxe, Vice-President: Ioe Rhodea. President: Barry Gay, Terry Lock, lim Iespersen, Treasurer: Sylvester Kazmierski. Secretary: lim Erickson, lim Alberts, Mike Crosby. HOW TWO: Charles Iury, Iirn Blevins, Gene Roberts, lim Frasier, William Amson, Dave Nelson. Bob Hughes, Iohn Saxe, Ross Ricknagel. ROW THREE: Charles Wright, Dan Deater, Ian Dephouse, Ed Carter, Sgt.-at-arms: Larry Meeusen, lim Nielsen, Sgt.-at-arms: Marvin VanderWall, Bob Becker. Ted Caris. Bob Paquin. ROW FOUR: Tony Ramirez, Tom Iones, Don Kuhn, Adrian VanDonkelaar, Chuck Luhman. Charles Matthews, Larry Cone. lim VanderWel, Mike Pedler, Bill Broughton, Dan Cross. Maddy ffm! The thirty-five members of Varsity Club have had a busy year fulfilling their purpose of promoting better under- standing of athletics with the school. Their activities have included services to the school such as assisting at the football and basketball games, hand- ling the flag ceremony, selling refresh- ments, giving assistance to the visiting team and officials. In addition they have raised funds to donate to the M. A. P. program, to purchase a new football scoreboard, and to buy the emblems given to the club members who are outstanding in their sport. To round out the year the boys enjoyed a picnic at Norton Beach. Varsity Club member, Ioe Rhodea, is pointing out with pride Ito Iim Erickson and Iim Iespersonl to the latest M.H.S. mascots adopted this year. 134 FIRST ROW. Left to Right: Bill Barnes: lim Berghuis: Don Duram: Iohn Hellman: Iim Alberts: Sylvester Kazmierski: Ioe Rhodea, co-captain: Ierry Grevel: Terry Locke, co-captain: Phil Dobb, Fred Locke. SECOND ROW: Ed Duliban: Mike Crosby: Bob Green: Bill Harper: Dan McClain: Iim Clark: Berry Gay: Larry Cone: Bill Arnson. THIRD ROW: Ralph Edlund: Ian Dephouse: Iim Erickson: Larry Medendorp: Don Cooke: Chuck Anderson: Rick Erickson: Dan Sheesley, Iim Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: Ned Carter. Bob Becker. Managers: Dennis Hansen: Ben Strong: Iim Iesperson: Tom Oosting: Ruben Mitchell: Dan Cross: Harry Fitolt. 70051 QW dheea awelece Our Big Red gridders ran into rough luck the of the season, shaped into a fine working unit as first part of the season, but bounced back to be one the schedule progressed. As Coach Baldwin would of the finest teams in the state. With a 4 win 5 loss say, "the team finally je1led" in the sixth game. record they ranked among the top 15 teams in the going on to crush their last four opponents. state. The team, defensively weak at the beginning Locke, Crosbv. Roberts. and Erickson run through a play in pre-season practice if fb: .1-f' 136 Wang Roberts congratulates winners at Catholic. The crushing attack of the LAN- SING SEXTON team gave the Big Reds their first defeat of the season. The final score being 20-7 in favor of Sexton. Over-eagerness by our Big Reds took its toll in the second grid game of the season staged at Flint's Atwood Stadium. FLINT CENTRAL'S victory was inflicted on our team only after a rug- ged, hard-fought battle. The CATHOLIC CENTRAL Cru- saders galloped over the Big Reds on their way to a 27-7 victory in the third tilt of the season. The fans saw some exceptional passing by lim Erickson and ball-carrying by Gene Roberts. A pass from lim to Gene gave us our lone T. D. of the game. me What ew Our Big Red offense in action 137 138 Erickson runs through Benton Harbor. Our Big Reds showed vast improve- ment as they met BENTON HARBOR in the fourth game of the season. Although coming out on the short end of a 35-12 score, there was no downheartedness on the squad, for they knew they had put forth their best effort. Muskegon lost 28-18 to FLINT NOR- THERN at our Homecoming game at Hackley Stadium. The fans saw our defensive faults of previous games over- come, forcing Flint to take to the air in three out of their four touchdowns. Our Big Reds ended their "losing streak" as it outclassed undefeated TRAVERSE CITY 21-0, in a mud-bowl special. It was a team victory as each player could be called a standout. One fine play saw Gene Roberts, our "gal- loping ghost," intercept a pass and fight back 35 yards before being forced out of bounds. Terry takes a du? :Qu muddy breather. Q. A 7 ,. Crosby "plows" through lor a good gain The .Big Reds tore through and around GRAND RAPIDS Union to win 46-14. The finale of the game came when Terry Locke broke away from a Union defense to run 89 yards for a touchdown. Terry Locke and Gene Roberts guided our team to a 48-0 victory over BATTLE CREEK. Roberts alone compiled 181 yards, surpassing the total by the Bearcats. Terry Locke did the same, gaining 122 yards. Fine line play by Sylvester Kazmierski, Bill Arnson, and Ioe Rhodea also stood out. The Big Reds battled both their rivals and the elements to overtake HEIGHTS 12-6 in the traditional game of the season. One of the highlights of the game was the fine work of returning fullback Mike Crosby, who added considerably to the team's yardage. exams 50W WM sffgofzeaaabfe mm Roberts "snowshoes" to a touchdown Coach Baldwin rides ot! in victory I it 'W' - . 1 ffm' .39 g Q 1 1 139 FIRST ROW: Decker, Keur, Hopma, Lindgren. Cory, McShannock. Buikema, Rotholf, Werley. SECOND HOW: Morley. Knapp, Kuehnman, Cook, Margrete, Robbins, Olsen, Dekker, Hendryx. Medendorp. THIRD ROW: Kutches Cl-lead Coachl, Strong, Moore, Wilder. Rogers, Clarke, Hansen. Olson, German, Pickelg Harp, Partenio, lAss't Coachesl. :Q 526449 mfozavzaa ewawv The Little Reds posted an impressive season re- cord of six wins and one loss. Big Red coach, Paul Baldwin, expects a great deal of help next year from this fine squad. Coached by Pete Kutches and Iohn Partenio, the team defeated Muskegon Catholic Central, Grand Haven, Battle Creek, Grand Rapids Union, and Benton Harbor. The only loss inflicted upon Muskegon occurred in the second Catholic game, and that was only by a small margin. Out- standing performances during the year were turned in by Torn McShannock, lim Lindgren and lim Cooke on the lin-e, and Gordon Corey, Willie German, and Sam Moore in the bacldield. Moore plunges for iirst down. 'E 9 , A , I Ng, . , X 'Y . ' Q 7 W ' ff- " xg. V 8 as Q W f 5. if ff ' X Q as K "T"-W 7 .V , 13 .Yi-W , ,peg ' A 1 L "news in-X, 3, X ,W an f ' e k LL -Q 4 X . i 47' "L 'A' ., rx, fgie, L L A It 5 ' "W W 4 ' ' Ss - ' - was ,, x N6 'I 4 M 4. , W W . A fs,-1, A X -Q , M 1 1 .Q .W it X- . he if , Q K ,K . , --,,,,,r.,' - M K ,ew K K I 1, r ,Q fm Xt tangy is A . K 'r-1' Q 140 M1446 me famed an abr fzowfa 97 Muskegon's Big Reds with out- Muskegon's Big Reds, under the standing wins over Muskegon Catholic Central and Muskegon Heights captured the district crown at Central Campus. Led by Sam Moore and Dave Nelson the team downed Catholic 81-61 and Heights 67-62. A week later, Captain Nelson set a Godwin Heights Gym scoring record by tossing in 40 points as Muskegon defeated Al- pena 97-76. The following night the Big Reds ran into a "hot" Grand Rapids South team and lost 65-43. excellent coaching of Ed Hager, "ran" to a very successful season of eleven wins and only four loss- es. Captain Dave Nelson led his team in scoring with 218 Points, followed by Al Nichols with 209, and Sam Moore with 198. Muskegon started out its color- ful cage season at CATHOLIC CENTRAL, with Coach Hager un- veiling two talented sophomores in Sam Moore and Ben Strong. The Big Reds won "going away" 73-38, with Nelson and Strong controlling the backboards and Nichols and Moore supplying the points. Nelson tips it in for two more points. Muskegon next encountered TRAVERSE CITY. This game, marked by the ball stealing of Mike Pedler and Nichols, ended in a 61-42 victory for our Big Reds. On December 10, Muskegon played host to MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, in what many consid- ered to be the "finest game played in this area in five years." It was a nip-and-tuck battle all the way, with the Heights finally taking it by a score of 86-85. The day after the Heights game, Muskegon traveled to BATTLE CREEK. The long trip, plus the game the night before proved to be too ,much for our Big Reds. A1- though they put up a gallant fight, the final score was a close ---56-57. The following week Muskegon encountered GRAND HAVEN at Central Campus. The Big Reds displayed fine team spirit and play, which led them to an 87-59 victory. GRAND RAPIDS CATHOLIC was the next team to meet our hustling Big Reds. With Nelson and Strong rebounding, and Moore and Pedler ringing up points, we came out with a 65-45 victory. Muskegon took a trip down to HOLLAND for its next cage battle. The Dutch beat us at our own game by out-running and out- hustling the Big Reds. The final score was 66-72, with Holland on top. Muskegon scored 85 points or better for the third time this year when they whipped NILES 85-70. A fine display of aggressivness and team work was again shown in this game. The downstate Tigers from BENTON HARBOR were next on the agenda for the Big Reds. Muskegon went into the game a slight underdog, but with outstand- ing rebounding, coupled with teamwork and accurate shooting we again were able to snare a victory - - - 72-69. Muskegon then took a cross- town trip to C. F. Bost Gym where they found MUSKEGON HEIGHTS ready and waiting. The Tigers forced our Big Reds into too many mistakes, handing Muskegon its last loss of the season 57-39. On Ianuary 29, Muskegon took the short trip to GRAND HAVEN where we outshot the Bucs in a 76-59 victory. BIG REDS KNEELING, Left to Right: Nelson, Nickols. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Carter, mgr.: Moore, Krumwiede. Cone, Luhman, Pendell, Strong, Hopkins, Matthews. Vanderwell, Roberts, and Pedler. 7545 fzeafa yihee 750 aozea Nelson successfully grabs the re-bound. 142 The HOLLAND DUTCHMEN made the trip to Muskegon the following week. The Big Reds gained sweet revenge for their earlier loss by trouncing the Dutchmen 78-65. Another cross-town rival, CATHOLIC CEN- TRAL, was entertained by our Big Reds. Al- though the five starters played only the first half. Muskegon was still able to roll up the astounding score of 87-38. The points showed not only our excellent defense. but also the ability and talent of our second and third stringers. If Catholic had not stalled the last four minutes, Muskegon could have easily scored one hundred points. Following that spectacular win over Catho- lic, Muskegon traveled to BENTON HARBOR for a rematch. The game was a close one all the way. Roy Krumwiede with only seconds left sank a field goal to give the Big Reds a well-earned 71-68 victory. The last game of the regular season found Muskegon making the long haul to TRAVERSE CITY. This marked the last game for four members of the squad - Chuck Matthews, Chuck Luhman, lim Vander Well, and Dave Nelson. Captain Nelson made the most of his final appearance scoring 32 points for a personal as well as a team high, helping his team to an 85-63 victory. Who will get the ball? yteg' I' I af ,gf Nelson stretches for rebound. 143 144 LITTLE REDS FRONT ROW. Lett to Right: McPherson. Burt. Hayes, Witham. SECOND ROW, Lett to Right: Matteson, Pierce, Kooiman. McShannock, Zygutis. Kyvig. Iohnson, Saylor, Kochin, Neel, mgr.g Sikkenga. Zffe eafa wee! fzeef aiu? 06ml QMHZ' Reed and teammate attempts to intercept the rebound. 044 7Zey QQMQ 75 13 Wana The Muskegon Little Reds, led by the scoring of Mel Pierce, Denny MacPherson, and Len Burt, along with the rebounding of Bill Reed and Bill Taylor, turned in an outstanding cage record oi thirteen wins and two losses. Coached by Iohn Partenio, the team opened the season with three straight wins-Muskegon Catholic Central, 50-36: Traverse City, 42-32: and Muskegon Heights, 50-32. After a 47-52 loss at Battle Creek, the Little Reds defeated Grand Haven 66-53 and Grand Rapids Catholic Central 56-41. The team then traveled cfm! Z egddded to Holland where they ran into a fired-up Dutchmen five, losing 48-51. Following the. Holland game, Muskegon embarked on an eight game winning streak which carried through the rest of the season. Niles was the first victim, 62-58, followed by Benton Harbor 46-43, Muskegon Heights 37-63, and Grand Haven 51-46. A return game with Holland came next, and Muskegon rose to the occasion, blitzing the Holland tive 72-57. Number thirteen on the sched- ule was Muskegon Catholic Central 59-47, followed by Benton Harbor 49-43 and Traverse City 61-40. Looks as if the Little Reds didn't let them make too many. FIRST ROW: Marek, Workman, Back. Iones. Saxe, Iohn: Saxe, lim: Paquin, Zatolokin, Lindberg. Ramierz. SECOND ROW: Steiqenga Crothers. Bonifield, Engle, Brewer, Ross. Berg. Hagen. THIRD ROW: Holloway. Schleben. Schuitema. Archambeau, Hamel, McShannock Coach. T 146 fzoaa nmdzy Banu mewiefz aeeeay' eeawe Our M. H. S. Cross Country closed out their third season with an undefeated record of 7-0 in dual meet competition. This year's team placed second at the Hastings Invitational, second in the Re- gionals at Grand Rapids and sixth in the state meet. Iohn Saxe proved to be the number one winner on the team by placing first for Muskegon six times: Tony Ramirez and Roger Hamel placed first for Muskegon twice each. In the three-year period since cross-country was renewed at Muskegon the teams have compiled a fine 16-2 re- cord in dual meets. Our Cross Country boys getting in shape. l,.,E N FIRST ROW: Cross, Kozal, Ramierz, Hyde, Cook. Hughes, Bird, Ross, Myers, German. SECOND ROW: Hammond tMgr.l, Schneider. Ward, DeWitt. Drelles, Schulz, Hartwell, Hasper, Pletcher, Kroll, Hermanson, Hermanson, Hamm, tMgr.l. THIRD ROW: McShcmnock, lCoachl, Nuttall, Amson. Gay, Edlund, Green. Duliban, Barrett. Gilbert, Iones, Duram. FOURTH ROW: Steele. Pedler. Filius, Musk, Saxe. lim Saxe, lohn, Locke, Albers, Harper, Roberts, Lindberg, Rose. Mohd fanny Mme eyawae! 6:01000 Muskegon High Schoo1's 1959 track team, coached by Tom McShannock, came through with a very successful season. The thinclads not only posted an impressive 7-2 mark, but also brought home the Regionals trophy, defeating eight other excellent teams composed of area and Grand Rapids schools. During the course of the season, the Big Reds won consecutive i dual meets with Benton Harbor, Catholic Cen- tral, Muskegon Heights, and Grand Haven: also included in this string was the Southwest Conference Meet held at Hackley Stadium. That meet, incidentally, marked the end of the old Southwest Conference, which will be re- placed next year by the Lake Michigan Athletic Conference. The team rounded out its regular schedule by trouncing Grand Haven and Muskegon Catholic in a three-way meet held at Catholic's track. By virtue of their perform- ance in the Regional's, ten members of the track squad represented Muskegon High School in il the State Meet held at Michigan State Univer- sity. The ten members and the events they ran in were: Bill Harper and Gene Roberts in the Broad lump, Bob Green, holder of the Great- ' - -' er Muskegon High Hurdle record, in the High 'Won-uv' 1 f . and Low Hurdles, Iohnny German in the 440 f- Yard Dash, Archester Ward in the High lump, and Tom Schultz, lim Hasper, Iim Alberts, and Henry Hartwell in the Midlay Relay ,lf ' 3 . 1 1-' ' W , r A . , Harper goes all out to win the 880 yard relay. 1 47 Q wtf Dv ,A Q' ' A 7 F . D' 5 M Q 10 fd' W 10' J s-.Af," - 4. 'lt LEFT TO RIGHT: lim Blevins, Bruce Nelson. Regis Dell. Dick Neel. Chuck Iuxy, Bob Becker, Phil Shultz, Sam Waalkes. wwe ofgopewza my! Chuck Iuxy practicing his swing. The Muskegon Country Club hosted a rough season for our golf squad. A1- though only winning 2 and losing 9 there was some fine golf displayed. The team finished 8th in State competition and has high hopes for the coming season. Iim Blevins, Bruce Nelson, and Dick Neal will form the nucleus for next year's team. Dave Hathaway retums serve. Ierry VanPelt displays his back-hand. yawn! oar fagofzeaazve J Winning the Greater Muskegon Champion- ship was one of the many highlights of the"59" tennis season. The squad, with a ll win 4 loss record, went on to the regionals at Holland to take second place. Our :lil doubles team almost defeated Holland, qualifying the squad for state competition. With Wright, Caris, and Meeusen back this year, we can expect another fine season. 149 ,rap ie FRONT ROW, lelt to right: Campbell lMgr.l. Crosby, Carlson, Dick, Sabin, Erickson. Sandy, Recknagel, Galbreath, Shedd, Wright, Chidester. Emmons, Ferrell. Deater CMgr.l. BACK HOW, leit to right: Berger, Obermiller, Krumwiede. Gill, Smith, Ulbrich, Nielsen. Iesperson. Cramer Loughrige. Cone, Moore. Veihl. Ward. Broughton, Peters, H. E. Potter lcoachl. Fenix!! 5,40 wulefwea ?065Z eeamv 150 There wasn't much to cheer about when it came to the final score in several of the Big Red's games last year. With only 4 wins and 9 loses there was still some fine playing by the mem- bers ofthe squad. Coach Potter's predictions are more promising for this season with several let- termen returning: we expect to see Nielson and Cone on the mound, Recknagle behind the plate, and Iesperson, Erickson, Crosby, and Broughton in the field, and have high hopes for new members reporting to the squad this year. LEFT to RIGHT: Ioanne Iohnson, Prisqilla Lindsay, Nancy Weatherbee, Iudy Kymes, Linda Wilson. Lynn Kordish, Kathleen Skok, and lulie Wierda demonstrate their versatility. The Tumblettes, a new organization, performed at inter-mission time and added interest to the cage season. Left to Right, ROW ONE: Rosemary Robertson. Ianice Ulmer, Lynn Torrent, Treasurer. Secretary: Pearl Crawford, Glenna Strickler, Histori- an: Ianice Fisher, Kay Clark. ROW TWO: Millie Upson, Pam Andrews. Sandi Druker, Ian Beehler, Kristine Kolberg, Pot Prentice. Lou Doris Brown, Louise Crawford, Laura Iiles. ROW THREE: Mary Anderson, Iudy Pohl, lane Myers. Mary Mattila, Barb South, Carol Ames, Iune McMillon. Edna Richardson, Betty Mitchell. ROW FOUR: Pat Hlodan, Suzanne Scott, Pat Reed, Priscilla Lindsay, Mary Lou Wierengo, Cecil DeGroot. Sue Utzinger, Ianice Robertson, Lois McMillon, Betty Iones, Karen Andreason, Nedra Cooper. ROW FIVE: Helen Dawson. Kathleen Skolr. Ioan Boltz. Kathy Anderson. Karen Stromsta, Ioan Anderson, Sharon Witmer, Peggy Seastrom. Mary Bell, Alice Chamberlain, President: Ioyce Carter. Vice-President. Girls in G.A.A. are very busy eaming points tion in the intramural sports sponsored by GJ-LA. for their emblem, "M," and silver pin. Sophomore One-hundred points are given for each sport, twenty- girls earn a G.A.A. emblem with the participation five for a winning team, twenty-five to fifty for of- in three or more sports. When a junior or senior ficers, and five to ten for captains and oiiicials. gets 750 points she gets a block The goal of To increase G.A.A. funds, the girls held the first getting the silver pin is reached when cr girl has dance of the year, and sold "M" and football pins. earned 1500 points. Points are earned by participa- Loolring over the agenda for the next G.A.A. meeting are the otficers, Ruthann Holman, Ioyce Carter, Alice Chamberlain, Glenna Strickler, and Lynn Torrent. 152 ' The team heads get together to check soccer lists. Something new was added to the girls' sports department: and that was the fast moving and exciting game, SOCCER, played every Monda and Thursday night after scyhool. A total of five games were played by: the Girts, Soccerdolls, and Soc- ceretts led by Alice Chamber- lain, Louise Crawford, and Glenna Strickler respectively. Each team consists of eleven players, and a point is scored by an opponent kicking the ball through the goal posts. "Only the more hardy indi- viduals continued the energy- consuming exercise of running up and down the football field after cold weather sets in," stated Mrs. Zimmerman, ad- visor. 0-KMJZW ,Cache Members ol the soccer teams get plenty of exercise. 153 The object of badminton, a game of skill. is to score fifteen points before your opponent does. A point is scored when the opposing team fails to hit the birdie over the net or hits it out of bounds. It is a game much like tennis only played with smaller rackets and a bird- ie instead of a ball. A noisy girls' gym housed the "round robin" tournament of twelve doubles teams. Erdmut Krumnak and Buthann Holman teamed up to take the champi- onship with an undefeated season. Ruthann Holman and Erd- mut Krumnack show why they were the undefeated champs of the badminton tournament. S eafzzuiafwa alma' 9416 fezwa 154 While Ardie Edlund watches. Ioyce Carter gets to hit the "birdie" over the net to Glenna Strickler or Alice Chamberlain. Since its origin on board a ship, deck tennis has become very popular both on land and on the high seas. It is highly adaptable to sailing because it is played with a "quoit" or ring instead of a ball. Its popu- larity has spread to Muskegon Senior High's intramurals for girls. This year six teams com- peted to find out who would be champions and Cecil De- Groot's team, the Teambeats took top honors. Smiling over the knowledge oi having won the championship of deck tennis are Ruthann Holman, Cecil DeGroot. capt., and Sharon Winner, new mwmow ,sw Volley for serve. 156 The Captains of the girls' basketball tourna- ment were Barb South, Gwen Robinson. Karen McConnell, Barb Klemp, and Glenna Strickler. while!! Q64 fiafewemf fda offafahza This year the girls organized basket- ball teams on a club basis, i.e. the various clubs sent girls to represent them in the GAA. sponsored sport. Five teams were organized representing Y.F.C., Y-Teens, G.A.A., and two independent teams: Robinson's Rowdies, and Klemp's Killers, piloted by Glenna Strickler, Karen Mc- Connell, Barb South, Gwen Robinson, and Barb Klemp respectively. Connie Upton lets go with a shot that hits. The chin pull as demonstrated by the girls in Senior Life Saving. ' awk? Nfl Wm! M6 The preliminary test for life saving consists of swimming twelve lengths of the pool, standing dive. and doing a surface dive. After passing the prelimin- ary test, the hard part is yet to come. The girls learn how to disrobe under water, and break victims holds, they also learn different life saving holds and carries. The end of the course brings a difficult written and an equally difficult practical test. When the life Kris Kolberg demonstrates the life saving WMP- savers have finished the course, they have gained a practical knowledge of how to save themselves and others. They earn the satisfaction of a job well done and the pride of being able to wear a little badge signifying they have passed their life saving course. This year Miss Shively led the class which met every Monday and Wednesday night. awww: 'N Rescuing a victim by means of a board. Barbara Klemp volleys the ball to Strong's "Tu!!ies." Mzzqfew ,eww My M Help it! Set it up! and Hit it! are familiar mate. cries heard on the volleyball courts. It is an Because volleyball is one of the last group exciting game which demands coordination, sports sponsored by G.A.A., the gals turned expert timing, and co-operation from each team- out to make six to ten teams. Connie Upton serves the ball in a close matched game while teammates cheer. 158 Ianice Ulmer, Barb Olsen, Nancy Swiit, Karen Andreason, and Phyllis Howe wait their turn while Selah Peterson and Shirley Smith keep score. daddy ' Strikes, spares, splits, gutter balls and open frames fill the alleys as the noisy girls from M.H.S. fill the Michigan Bowling Alley every Thursday night to bowl in their round robin tournament. This year there was an exciting race for the top three places between the Rebels, Pin Girls, and amd 0400 ara the Gutterdusters. A total of sixteen teams competed in the tournament. To climax this year's exciting tournament the bowlerettes enjoyed a banquet held at The Doo Drop Inn. Here they not only enjoyed excellent and delicious food but received awards they had earned. The Michigan Bowling Center as seen every Thursday night when the girls irom M.H.S. take over. 1 159 I 729 ?ew9 54- -,dn be M0'Z90M fowgaozwafa The student hi-lites, regular festivals of precious memories, consist of several chemical compounds - the foremost of which are gaiety, quiet pleasures. ambition, and hard work. The mixtures derived from these compounds contain such major events as noisy pep rallies, a spectacular Homecoming game, the senior prom and play, and graduation exercises. The spirit of the school is well portrayed in this enormous host of activities which provides every scholar with a gala year at M. H. S. -- a year filled with joy and the excitement of class participation. Come with us now as we enter the campus and halls ol learning at our school. Muskegon Senior High School. kaafefaw yew 767 of 04402250 The start of another school year is a big event at Muskegon Senior High. This year our enrollment of 2251 topped all records and all available space was utilized, including the old junior high, in order to supply enough classrooms. All of these students are banded togeth- er by a mutual desire to learn, to im- prove, and lay a good foundation for their roles as the future leaders of Muskegon, Michigan, and our country. Pauline Chonis and Iohn Kutuchiei, leaders in our student govemment, are viewing some of the trophies that Muskegon Sr. has fought lor and so richly deserve. Representing many lands at M.H.S. are our foreign exchange students. One of our own students. Doug Walvoord, represented our school in Europe this past summer, From left to right: Erdmut Krumnack, from Germany, Turkan Guler, from Turkey, Karsten Simon, irom Germany also, and our own "Muskegonite," Doug. Malawi? ala eaayfageaf Central Campus could be classed as a "typical American high school." Why? Because at M.H.S. the student is offered opportunities as in most high schools such as, an enlarged curriculum. The classic "three R's" are taught along with manual arts, social studies, and physical education. A chance to meet foreign exchange stu- dents offers the student the chance to view the other side of the world. Scholastic ability also is recognized at M.H.S. Outstand- ing students are given tests such as the National Merit to determine ability and compre- hension. These tests are open to all students, but those stu- dents receiving high scores are eligible for scholarships. Impressive is Muskegon Senior's number of honor students. The students shown here scored very high on a recent National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Examination. From left to right are Dave Workman, Ian Dephouse, Ken Hunter, lim Seydel, and Dave Miller. Seated is Mary Wibalda. 163 'T 1 Which one and why are the questions MHS seniors are asking themselves about that important college choice Here we see Iudie Paxon, Penny Robertson, Linda Quick and Ian Murbarger uymg to decide which school of higher learning suits their needs wzezafa S, zazfefafa 4.6 me axiom? During older times, schools were just a place where teachers attempted to teach their reluctant students the basic subjects and little else. Parents, in a new program at M.H.S., visit our school once a year to meet with their child's teachers in an actual classroom situation so they may know and understand the aims ot each particular class. Ruth Ann Gustafson points the way as parents visit M.H.S. on College Night. Many parents feel that by being interested in their teen's work will help the student in the long run. They are right! 164 mt Do I have enough credits or don't I? Here we see Lynn Kordish checking her credits to find out if graduation will be a reality or an illusion. What would we do without our counselors? MHS students know the value of a trained person who helps each student make the right decisions. Miss Reid helps Iane Rasey. we euwea In Muskegon Senior High it is important that each student gets individual attention for planning his future. In their last year in junior high, students decide on the type of course and subjects they are going to follow in high school. Sophomores and juniors have consultation each year with our coun- selors to help them with any problems. Seniors can Contact colleges through our office and also investi- gate various scholarships offered in their field. If students are planning on a job instead of further education, then it is possible for them to go on a co-operative training program. So throughout their three years at M.H.S. all students are guided. Offering a Christmas sales course at Muskegon High gave area high schoolers a chance to earn that extra "pocket" money! This was interview day, when employer received the chance to get to know a prospective employee. TOYTQWN xx S :A ' "lt 165 jul' .mu Q Q ' iw "Beat F-L-l-N-T!" Rita Sayles and Linda Gay display our school spirit at the Pep Rally preceding the game against Flint Northern Indians and Little Red cheerleaders also contributed to the Booster Club's prize winning float. 166 loam, Qc Qaeefa mm The 1959 Homecoming was one to be seen and remembered. Large white mums were sold in the pep assembly preceding the game. A pep rally, sponsored by the Student Council, was held at the football stadium the night preceding the game, com- plete with an exciting "snake dance," led by our Big Red cheerleaders. Here we see Bob Greene Ino. 153 trying in a last eliort to make the Home- coming game a winning One. 'rr "N fw E W as 'f , . ,.-1 KV... , Former King, Roger Locke, crowns the 1959 Homecoming king, Terry Locke. Queen Rita Sayles is crowned by last year's queen, Peg Wainright. de aweoamky aoyo fate A successful Homecoming is the result of work, co-operation, and student backing. From leit to right are the members of the 1959 Homecoming Committee, Linda Quick, Gretchen Heneveld, Gordon Luhman, and seated is Ieannie Hines. All big projects seem to have their "unsung heroes." Such a project was our "Homecoming." This year a Stu- dent Council committee, led by Iearmie Hines, worked hard to make this one of the biggest and best events ever at M.H.S. according to popular opinion. Many alumni returned to M.H.S. to watch our team and re-live, for an evening, their high school days. 167 f Even the teachers at M.H.S. boost our school spirit as is displayed by Mr. Iohn Toppen, special administrative assistant, aiding the Booster Club in posting signs to urge on ou! Big Reds. oxide! WZ' 19am Bedraggled M.H.S.er's cheer on our Big Reds as they score the winning touchdown against our arch rivals, Muskegon Heights. 168 What is school spirit? Is it just the wild cheer- ing for a winning team or the patriotic backing for a losing team? In either case M.H.S. has it, with a student body who has gone through more than its share oi disappointing seasons, yet has always backed its team. Each year this spirit is brought to a peak by the last foot- ball game ot the year, a g a i n st Muskegon Heights. This year, bolstered by three straight wins, our Big Reds were supercharg- ed and toppled the Tigers for the fourth win in a series. Before a big game, especially against the Heights Tigers, various preparations are made to encourage our team. A pep assembly was held at which every "Muskie" booster dis- played, quite audibly, his con- fidence in our Big Reds. After our victory over the Tigers, we boasted of our marvelous plays at the Said and Done's dance, Superstition Swing. The game fell on a Friday, the l3th! Working hard on decorations tor the dance, Superstition Swing. are members of our yearbook staii, Karen Andreason. Ioyce Hulka, and Iudy D'Alcorn. az Q Krazy vez ' ada "Speech, Ioe!" Iohn Kutu- chiei. our excited Student Council president. drags the microphone over to co-captain Ioe Rhodea for his opinion on a terrific Muskegon, Muskegon Heights game. Terry Locke, our other co-captain, stands proudly in the background. 169 170 2 is Q- in new - risk cs.. as - ' L Q Spirit and more spirit is added to M.H.S. pep as- semblies by our Indian dancers. Glen Swartzlander is getting ready to dance us onto another victory! mmf waded ezwezd No game is ever complete without a band to brighten the dampest spirits Football fans enjoyed spectacular blackouts and the work and diligence of Mr. Stewart and the marching band a students and faculty cheering their lungs out, we is Dave Hall, our other fine Indian dancer, is set to leap into action. Win or lose, our Indians are symbols of the never dy- ing Muskegon High School spirit. o-fozfzaf Part of each football game at senior high is our half-time show put on by our band, directed by Mr. Stewart. Their various original formations. in which they are assisted by our majorettes, are looked forward to by "Muskegonites" at all home games during the football season. Our two Indian mascots. symbolic of our team name, do authentic Indian dances at pep meeting and games with the band serving as a background. Stepping high and leading our nationally known band with that extra added attraction are our majorettes from left to right, Sheri Vander Sys. Ann Bos, Paula Movey, Barbara South, Betty Pickel, and Roger Gudelsky as drum major. 171 172 Leading a procession oi students on a "snake dance," our cheerleaders demonstrate their vim and vitality. afzaafy, eaefz we eew ,few Qaafefzt The Little Reds were an indication of what M.H.S. may expect next year in the field of sports. From all statistics, th e Greater Muskegon area may look for some title holders in the near future. "Little Reds, Fight!" And they did! Led by these five fine cheerleaders, the Little Reds triumphed in football and basketball. From left to right are Barb Kiecka, Loretta Camastos. Virginia Elliott, Sheryl Kienke, and Sandy Benedict. 5295462 Mime "Now here's the way it's done," stated Mrs. Gillaspie, the cheerleaders new advisor as she de- monstrated a new routine. Pulling equally hard for our Big Reds in football as well as basketball were our Muskie cheerleaders - from left to right: Terry Collinge, Linda Gay. Sally Anderson. Rita Sayles, and Donna Iohnson. 173 Peeping cautiously through the curtain are the backstage workers for the 1959 Senior Play. "Nuts in May," directed by Franklin Poling. fb , Muskegon High School never has a dull moment! Ii it isn't some sport activity going on at the Alma Mater, you may find an equally fine play in progress. Assemblies planned for the entertainment of the students are al- ways in the making. Muskegon general- ly has its doors wide open for public use also. M.H.S. may be called the school of many faces, open for a free education in both the arts and sciences. aweafy, ayewm "You don't mean ---------- " asks Lisabeth Cayan of Wm. Risk as Pam Buitendorp looks on. A scene from the Senior Class play. "Nuts in May." Our high school has tried to further the abilities of the gifted few in acting by such clubs as Masque Dramatic Society and National Thespian Society. We can be proud of what these clubs are doing to raise the standing of our high school. Masque presented the dynamic three act play IANE EYRE in the fall typifying the kind of work we can expect of the com- ing Masque members. National Thespians presented a comedy. Chris Hartman as lane and Tom Carlson as Rochester portray one of the more intense scenes in "lane Eyre," a moving and emotional love story. ' dmfeaafa Wy 6366 Priscilla Hansen and Miranda Iones looks on in bewilderment as Don Basham and Sharon Petter- son attempt to solve one of the complex problems in the trolicking comedy, "Take Care oi My Little Girl." put on by the National Thespians. 175 176 That last all important assembly, where the seniors were honored is finally under way. Fruits of hard work and diligence were brought to light as the proud seniors made their way to the platform to receive their hard earned merits in the Honors Assembly. awe elm As Seniors we r miss our high schc From here we shall our separate ways i our individual cares As the years pass will look back to M.Ii with pride. We wt well trained, had mt The big moment has arn at last! Tears in the eyes some and thoughtful medrtat Mr. Hartmen's face shows the frustration of being an administrator during those last days in Iune. He seems to be checking the last minute details with Mrs. Vietem- heimer and Mr. Neilson. XZQQQEUVO an our share of fun, id plenty of tribula- :ns mixed in for spice. 'e, the Seniors, leave ese "Halls of Ivy" to hers who, we hope. Lll hold up our tradi- ins. the faces of others as they k forward to the momentous ys ahead. Adjusting their caps to the finest detail is very important to a senior at graduation. Here we see two making sure that every hair and strand of tassel are in place. The procession is started for graduation as the senior officers lead the way. 177 E 3 75449 Slow 7Zeoz, f aaa! 0-lafuezawakay Not Da1ton's Atomic theory, but the theory of of these, Muskegon's merchants and businessmen. good advertising furnishes the requisite finances to we ought to give our attention to the numerous goods publish a yearbook. In appreciation for the support and salable products with which they deal. 180 THE DOOR OF OPPORTUNITY For 49 years graduates of Greater Muskegon hugh schools have found rewardmg opportunltues for employment wuth Sealed Power Corporation There are good jobs to begun with There are better yobs ahead for men and women who develop and prepare themselves for more responsible posutuons Many have used thus door of opportunlty nn the past and are earmng a rewardmg Ilvelnhood Even more Important they have made passable the and prosperlty of the Muskegon area Now as one of Muskegon s largest employers Sealed Power offers even greater opportumtnes to the alert young men and women graduating from Greater Muskegon hugh schools un T960 Sealed Power Corporation Leadmg Manufacturers of Engme Parts Plants m Muskegon Helghts and St Johns Mrchlgan Rochester and LaGrange Indiana Stratford Ontano and Naucalpan de Juarez Mexlco phenomenal growth of a company which contributes much toward the growth For attractive flower arrangements go to Arbor Floral. 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Western Ave. Muskegon, Michigan Judy Chapel tries out the Rambler while Sharon Rauschenberger and George Bakker give the okay at I I ' I I I ' I nion ti n on . Mus e on, i an O O ll 0 ' ll ll Il I N"--N., RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE Everythlng Photographlc 367 W Western Knowledge and Thrift are the stepping stones to success You have taken the f1rst step 1nto formal educatlon Now let us be of S6I'V1CE to achleve thr1ft through our convement savlngs or checklng plans Nahonal Lumberman's Bank of Muskegon MEMBER Federal Reserve System O Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Sanford at Laketon 223 225 W Western Ave. Sherman at Wickham N 1 IIII ' l ll - o u - . . . . . - I . n n o Berg s Package Store 559 W Western Ave PA 4-2195 With Best Wishes From A Krautheim 329 W We tern DIAMONDS SILVERWARE lakeside Department Store lLakesldes Community Home Owned Storel L k M k Q M ng 5140 Sportswear as our Specialty at Lakeside Department Store Be sure to see our selections this summer -40 ockadRoaZ e tc tloatarvage tsat GARNATI HOWER SHOP UNUSUAL CORSAGES WEDDINGS GIFTS 1378 Peck Phone PA 2 3391 Cla k T g M H S g ad ate e latest teen BOAZ SHOES Across From Daniels In Our Twelfth Year Correctly Fxttmg Quahty Footwear REASONABLY PRICED 9 I I . S O u I n 1951 a eshore Drive us e on, ic i an Phone- Plaza - l ,. r winin,o r u ,showsth gf 4' I V ,Q fashions in shoes to Turkan Guler and Gordon Carlisle 4 If ' from: E W II ' II Janice Bl n m iarnko admire th arlsti r n men : l OUR MOST SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF 1959-60 FROM 427 35 WEST WESTERN PHONE 2 8206 THE HOME OF FINE FURNITURE SERVING GREATER MUSKEGON SINCE 1916 House of Chan - -Gift Shop Chinese-American Restaurant oir conditioned Business Men's Luncheons a Speciolty Special Prices on Toke-Out Orders 165 W. Western Ave. Musk g M' h'g West Michigan Sound Co. Tape Recorders - - P.A. Systems - - HiFi 8. Stereo Systems - - Records Sales - - Rentals - - Service 1932 Peck Street, Muskegon Phone PA 2-3910 Quality Pictures at a Price You Can Afford Cal Johnson s Camera Shop 81 Studio 503 Catherme Phone PA 2 3986 nAnwooo NELSON DAN'H5 Distinctive Gifts School Supplies 373 western 364 W Western , c l Janice Fisher shows Brent Blair o Doug Edson ond Don Boshom try out l0VelY 9'fl from: new hot styles at: I 187 188 ww? I lv vt Q N MJ-vue' ,ff B lu fx ss- JN w -Q, M' ,, qt 9' rwx: .mt-L I 564 ?.?.'ag' 1113 J ,. Q2 1 ul, P f' Tm 1 Wg? ""1"f3 9' L Lx ffqg mi LIIZJII 4 Ls I 'iv' ri.. I mr- Q43 LL L -.gxhhf-5' iii r W-.1-1 Rf--Q1 x 'IAQ XE IF fx! 1 1' 2' Q Ll! IIIIEA WEE 11-2 mf Cz? ' DIGNITY INTEGRITY 60 Years 0 Servzce m Muskegon Clock Funeral Home For your convenuence ample parking nn our lot at rear of bunldmg Warner-Schuitema AGENT NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES Moving and Storage 327 E Laketon Muskegon, Michigan Phone PA 26629 . 1. J. 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'ei ' 'ff I i r - lg 1 'I'.TS-T Nw., .-QF." rn.--H , ' . i L W4, . - 7532.1 "' ,L I -- f, -A-I ' ,- fhdi. 4 ..o14- xt.. ,f I I Refre shmg remembrance AUTO G RA P H S gf '40 I SIGN of GOOD TASTE MMU THE F 54 Joan Travis and Norm Barnhord help Lanny Englund choose o sport sh rt from COCA COLA BOTTLING CO jimi The SQUARE Muskegon s Funest Store for Men and Boys Muskegon dd fy h C 'Mk Sandy Mottnlo, Jam Berger, Sam Wcalkes ond Jnm Obermnller vote for the 1960 OIdsmobnIe MATSON OLDSMOBILE COMPANY 3RD AND MONROE OLDSMOBILE - - CADILLAC "Matson's are making OLDS friends out of new acqucinfencesu O Ii O ,G i jf ------- Ny: ' S i f'r"y I 'M - WD fdegss: , ,wfhg :VW rr - , I 5- v I ,fgo Igfilxx , I. 9 u I NL I lil ll ll ...-f' , 'III Y cg, f I Z ' t u 1 - U IGM un er oulhori ofT 0 Coca- ola Company I 1, 189 190 3 F I Y Elaine Humenick shows Jim Vander Wel and Beverly Getz some fine graduation watches from BUDD'S JEWELRY COMPANY "The Store Your Confidence Builtu 227 West Western Avenue For your Real Estate and Insurance needs Alberiomiit Galy Al Fr Ohne , and 33?32Oi3p.,u2 .rgesogif ., wide and BUEl'S SHOES I-gngtin-Galy Insurance 333 W. western phone PA 2-3232 H24 Peck Street Phone PO 6-4451 Muskegon, Michigan KL CONGRATULATIO X You have reached one of hfe s 1mportant GIF M' goals graduatlon Now as you press 'Y X extend our best wlshes for contmued IU I7 fg'f2f,2HEEg'!'llV df L M success 54 Il l ggi Reddy Kllowatf 1 l Your Electr1c Servant comsumfns POWER co T",,E,,K,9fS,,?cE2UT Cafeteria furnishings at the new Steele Junior High supplied by Brunswick Serving the Nation in RECREATION EDUCATION DEFENSE , 1' I 3- , S 9 'i i , cf. ' ls Q Iv by 5 , 4 " , E Carol Ames and Joan Anderson admire a wi se i of china, stainless, and c stal at I 0 . A' . , . u , cf I-'ral 'fs' ' - X X elf ' L 1 1 u . , . ff, ' S toward even blgger accompllshments, we I ' w J' :V 4 , . ""' ' ! -'- 'V , -Jr - u . , . . - Qximaimxf' r - II - MLM I I V 0 Q S ,a iu YIII 'IIII A 9 - 0 I I Q Q, 774 Ks '?ffA'S 5 PRODUCING ENGINES FOR USE ON LAND AT SEA, AND IN THE AIR, For Over a Half-Century CONTINENTAL MOTGRS CCJRP d ply Modl g Id go tft S Ily Deph th k Y MAIN OFFICE 636 West Grand Ave S Where the Goods Thmgs Come From J 4 , .M I. 'W' C , , I I Joan Slater is a s a yummy cake at ein a "sharp" s rts ou I, a ouse ' B she shou u the co-ordinates too. 7 H . ,, "Fo elusive and finest values in swear tl uni ses ou are inv' visit our In p GREATER MUSKEGCDN PROFESSIONAL PHOTGGRAPHERS Enoch Beckqurst Lyle Chrrstenson Conrad s Columbza Studro Clarence Felt Calvrn lohnson Leonard K oorman Pix: Smrth Courneye Tourcotte Bervin lohnson--fwhitehalll CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATES OF 1960 The great need today an every phase of our social economical and political Inf understanding It has always been so but today the need is even greater Campbell Wyant8rCannon Foundry C0 PORTRAIT 81 COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Division of Textron Inc 97 :Ast mANA AVENUE MUSKEGON MICHIGAN Records Record Players Sheet Music Beermans Music House Established 1882 Band Instruments Pianos Organs Fast Complete Formal Rental Service For all Occasions Harold's Men's Wear 854 Jefferson St Damm Hardware Co. 635 Ottawa Street "The Finest in Athletic Equipment" .I . .. .eis --------Charles R. Hook 7 O ll! ' I . , o I . So much more for so much less GAS naturally e dye MICHIGAN CONSGLIDATED GAS C0 La BLs y90dy Mortg 9 TRUST SERVICES C U l Co pl t a dDepe d e SINCE I870 MEMBER F D I C HACKLEY UNION National Bank 81 Trust Co. MUSKEGON Western at Fnrst MUSKEGON 885 Apple Ave near Getty MUSKEGON HEIGHTS I9 West Broadway, Near Pork MONTAGUE 8741 Ferry The Staff urges your patronage and consrder atron ot the advertrsers rn our book not only for now but also rn the years ahead. X H , I I , I I any K Lynn Leffering and Janet Boun inspect th advontog of a r r from Mr. Johnson Auto o ns - oat oan 'V 3 0 Compaunded and Paid ever a s o ' g a e Loans - Home Improvement Loans - . m ee n n abl . . . . 1 0-lafdeedhaka fedex: Arbor Floral ...................,...,,.,,.,......,,,,,,,.,,.,.,.....,.....,.. Beerman's Music House ....... Berg's .................................... Bishop's Furniture Co. ...... . Budd's Jewelry Store ................. Boaz Shoes .........,..............,........... Brunswick Balke Collender Co. ..... . Buel's Shoes .................................. Cal Iohnson Photo Shop ...................... ....... Campbell Wyant Cannon ......................... ....... Caughey-Schuler-McCarthy Agency Chnstenson Studio .................................... ....... Clark Boot Shop .......... Clark Super ...................... Clock's Funeral Home ........ Coca-Cola Co. ............. . Coles Bakery ................ Columbia Studio ............ Consolidated Gas Co. .......... . Continental Motors Corp. .... . Damm Hardware ................ Daniels ................... Derby Rambler ....,,... Fred Knack Ford ...... 196 Galy Insurance .............................. Garnatt Flower Co. ........................ . Greater Muskegon Photographers Hackley Union National Bank ....... Harwood Nelson ...................... House of Chan ....................... Krautheim Iewelry Store .......... Lakeside Department Store ........ Lakos .......................................... Lumberman's Bank ....... .. Mattson-Olds ................ Milady's ............................... Mill's Ice Cream ....,................ Muskegon Bank and Trust ...... Pok-a-bout ............................v.. Radium .............,.. Sealed Power ...... Square ..........,....... Tourcotte ...................... Vet's Mens Wear .....,.. Walter's Pharmacy .................. Warner-Schuitema ........................... Western Michigan Sound Co. ...... . Windatt-Pontiac ............................ O ,Za awcdaapwa- --- - - As you have followed the activities of Muskegon Senior High School we hope you have had a glimpse of our world of many interests, a truly dynamic place. This has been a year of many changes on our campus and indications are favorable for more to come in the near future. We hope that you have enjoyed re-living this year as you turned the pages of this volume. The staff wishes to acknowledge with thanks the fine co-operation and assistance of: THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION MRS. MILDRED BROTHERS MR. ANTHONY GILSDORF THE MUSKEGON CHRONICLE THE ADVERTISERS and all others who have contributed to the making of this book. CO-EDITORS ........ FACULTY .......... CLASSES ...................... ORGANIZATIONS SCHOOL LIFE .......... SENIORS ...................... UNDERCLASSMEN GIRLS' SPORTS ...... BOYS' SPORTS ........ PHOTOGRAPHY ........ ADVERTISING ......... ADVISOR ....,.. THE STAFF Iudy Pohl and Ioyce Hulka Karen Andreason and Eileen Strong Iudy D'Alcorn and Carole Link Iudy Chapel and Sharon Rauschenberger Peggy Hollander, Millie Upson, Roma Ziarnko Carol Ames, Shirley Vledder Ioan Anderson, Sandra Mattila, Carole Mohr Glenna Strickler George Bakker, lim Alberts Marvin Vander Wall, Terry Gibson Kathleen DeVries, Karen Gienapp, Ianet Hylen, Ian Meyers, Martha Ann Morley, Catherine Pengilly, Alicia Sheldon, Tom Zatolokin Miss Ethel Pihlstrom I97 Andrews. Mrs. ..... ...Y. . Appel, Mr. ...... . Baldwin, Mr. ......, ...,.. . Bauer, Mr. ....... ...... . Bolt, Mr. ...,... . Bond, Miss ..... Brail, Mr. ........ . Brothers, Mrs. ..... ...... . Bruining, Mr. ..., ...... . Burdick, Mrs. ....,. ,,.,,. . Burdick. Mr. ......... ....., . Carlson, Mr. ..,,.. ...... . Chalker, Mr. ..,..,. ...... . Collier, Mrs. ..,.., ....,. . Cowan, Mrs. ...... ...... . Coutchie, Mrs. .,.,,. ....,. . Curnaha, Mr. ....,. ...... . Dunsmore, Mrs. .,.... ...... . Dunsworth, Mr. .... ...... . Dykema, Mrs. ..... ...... . Elliott, Mrs. .....,... ....,. . Gainey, Mrs. ..... . .... .. Gainey, Mr. ...,.. ...... . Gillaspy, Mrs. .,.,.. ...... . Gilsdori. Mr. ...... .,.... . Hager. Mr. ,....,.,.. ...... . Harrison, Mr. ..,. ...... . Hartman, Mr. ...... ...... . Helvre, Miss ...,.. ....... Herkimer, Miss .,.,.. ....... Hrbberd, Miss ........ ....... Hitchcock, Miss ...... ....... 198 needy Zak! Hogan. Mr. Hughes, Mr. .,.. , Huttenga. Mr. Iennings, Mr. .... . Kelly, Mr. R. .,., . Kelly, Mr. W. Kim, Mr. .......... . Knoll, Miss ..,,.., Kolberg, Mr. .... . Krause, Mr. ...... . Kruegar. Mr. .... . Kyes, Mrs. ..... . Ladd, Mr. ....... . Laurin, Mrs. ...... . Leitch, Mr. ........ . Mclntyre, Miss . McShannock. Mr. ..... ....... . Martiny, Mr. .... , Mayrose, Mrs. . Merritt, Miss .,,.. Molzen, Miss ...., Mooney. Mr. .... . Neal. Mr. ....... . Nielsen, Mr. .... . O'Connor. Mrs. . Olsen, Mr. ..... . Pack, Miss ......... Partenio, Mr. .,.. . Pihlstrom, Miss . Plummer. Mr. Poling, Mr. .... . Potter, Mr. Relmond, Mrs. .. Reid. Miss ......... Rice, Mrs. ..,..,... . Ritcheskie, Mr. Rodewald, Mr. .. Roleofs, Mr. .... . Rolfe, Mr. ......... . Russcher, Mr. .. Schuler, Mrs. .. Sheathelm, Mr. Shively, Miss .. Skipper, Mr. Stevens, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Stockwell, Miss Storms, Mrs. .... . Terry, Mrs. ..... . Tool, Mr. ...., . Tool, Mrs. ....... . Toppen, Mr. ...... . Trautman, Mr. .... . Van Camp, Mr. . Walvoord, Mr. .. Weaver, Mr. Wingler, Mr. .... . Wright, Mrs. ....,. . Zimmerman, Mr. . Zimmerman. Mrs. Cooks ......,........... Ianitors .....,.......... Student Teachers Clerks ,..........,...... Abraham, Daniel Abrelat. Arnold ..... Ackerman, Doris .... Alendulis, Teddy Agerstrand, Charles Ahem, Dan ............. Alberts, Iames ......... erwbz 1219 McLaughlin Ave. 763 Catawha Ave. 1285 McLaughlin Ave. 160 E. Larch Ave. 1757 Lawnel 1629 Oak Park 155 Iona Ave. Alexander, Douglas ....................... 282 Somner Alviar, Mary ....,,,,,,,... ...... 1 724 S. Wolf Lake Rd. Ambrose, Genie ........ ................. 1 391 Winchester Dr. Ames, Carol ,,,..,,,.,,,..., ,,,,..,,.................,..... 1 273 Shonat St. Anderson, Carol ........ .............................,........ 1 123 Terrace Anderson, Ioan ...... 18158 Lovell Ave. Spring Lake Anderson, Nancy ....... .......................... 1 775 Francis Ave. Archer, Larry .........,.. ................ 2 281 Harrison Arnson, William ........ ..........,..... 1 576 Fifth St. Auburn, Charles ....... ...... 2 160 Seminole Rd. August, Irwin ......... .............. 6 4 W. Larch Baals, Sandra ...,............ 1590 Hoyt St. Back, Ralph ........ Bailey, Betty .....,,.... Bakker. George ...... Balkema. Dan ......... Bamard, Michael ,..... Bamhard. Norm .... Barnes, William ........ Barrett, Bonnie ....... Barrett. Larry ., ...... . Barringer, Nancy ..... Bartscht. Richard .. Basham, Donald Baun. Ianet ............. Beadle. Hollee ....... Beals. Gayl ..,..... Beattie. Marie ..,,. Beck. Mike ......,...... Becker, Robert .......... Beckman, Edwin ..... Beegle, Barbara ..... Beesing, Karen ...... Begin, Kenneth .......... Belasco. Richard ....... Bell, Mary ............... Bench, Iudy .......,. Benedict, James ...... Bonham, Barbara ....... Berg, Rita ................. Berger, Iames ...... Berghuis, Iames ..... Bergren, Renee ....... Betz. Daniel ............ Bibb, Emma ............ Bielinski, Stanley Biesiada. David ...... Bird, Connie ......... Bird. lean ............. Bird. Ted .................. Bleich. Russell ........ Bleier, Brent ........ Blevins, Iames ........ Bloodgood. Iudy ........ Bogue, Deanna ....... Booker, Marilyn ..... Bos, Ann ..........,...... Bouwman. Marcella Bowman, Walter ....... .... Bowyer, Stephen ......, Boyd, Sharon ...........,..... Brandenburg, William ..... Brantman, Leon ............. Brezinski, Ioyce ..... Brink. David ......., Britton, Anna ...... Brown, Darlene ...... Browne, Margo ...,.. Brown, Sandra ....,.. Brown. William ..... Bruhn, Patricia ........ 900 W. Grand Ave. 527 Octavius St. 1870 Francis Ave. 701 Orchard Ave. 1874 Ray St. 882 E. Irwin Ave. 2667 Liberty Rd. 1912 Maryland Blvd. 5661 Richmond St. 1614 Ellwood St. 2309 Ruddiman Dr. 2580 Leon St. 937 Carlton St. 1852 Iiroch St. 5671 Richmond St. 968 Wesley Ave. 1130 Roosevelt Ct. 1852 Iiroch St. 1044 Gordon St. 1765 Ray St. 3588 Henry St. 1720 Ray St. .......5S4 Jackson Ave. 1180 East St. 885 S. Circle Dr. 2244 Central Ave. 973 W. Forest Ave. 467 w. Clay asa Home sm. 1395 Apple Ave. 1116 Terrace St. 6035 E. Hall 470 Erickson St. 1220 Fleming Ave. 3213 Apple Ave. 1894 Crestwood Lane 1484 Lawrence St. 866 Wilson 1043 Sanford St. 1780 Gomery 4665 S. Dorothy St. 385 S. Third Ave. Fruitport 1252 E. Broadway 1813 Arbor Ave. 940 Stevens St. 1349 Allen Ave. .. 51 N. Kensington Wolf Lake 1345 Leonard Ave. 419 Oaknor Dr. N. M. 5724 Grand Haven Rd. 3537 Mohawk 1838 Iarman St. 1924 Nevada St. 2686 Wordein St. 1495 Evanston Ave. 299 Houston Ave. 1711 Langeland 567 West St. 1722 Norten Ave. dzeofozy Buckley, Mary ........... Buikema, Iames ........ Buit, Kenneth ......... Bultema, lane ..... Burch. Roy ....... Burr, Dewey ..,... Bush, Samuel ..... Buteyn, Bruce ........ Calkins, Norma .......... Campbell, Eugene Cans, Ted ..,,.............. Carlisle, Gordon ....... Carlson, David ...... Carlson, Kurt ..,... Carlson. Larry ......, Carter, Edwin ........ Cauken, Laura ...... Cayan, Arthur ....... Cayo, Karen ......,.. Chamberlain, Alice Chancellor, Iane Chapel, Iudy ......... Chase, Richard ...... Chonis, Pauline ..... Christenson, Iohn . Church, Suzanne ...... Cilla. Lee ................ Clabaugh, Iean ..... Clanton, Helen ...... Clark, Lynda ........... Clawson, Randie .. Clayton, Steve ...... Coates, Elaine ....... Cochran. Sharon .. Cole, Laura ............ Cole, Lyle ............... Collinge, Cherri ..... Collinge, Terry ....,.. Compton, Mary ......... Conybeare, Anita .,...... Cooper, Nedra ...... 1811 Ieilerson St. 521 Amity 4851 S. Harvey 1869 Oak Park Dr. 3056 Roosevelt Rd. 2112 Miner Ave. 1487 S. Brooks 1690 Barclay St. 428 Catawba Ave. 861 Turner St. 1309 Bellum 1337 Marquette 1378 Greenwich Rd. 1488 Nolan Ave. 1928 Vanderlinde St. 1760 Edgewater 1227 Oaklea 1203 Hampden 987 E. Forest 1931 Calvin 177 McLaughlin Ave. 1937 Leahy St. 1943 Catherine Ave. 140 Houston Ave. 1131 Ireland 1432 Randolph 914 N. Circle Dr. 72 Irwin Ave. 120 E. Webster Ave. 1963 Dangl Rd. 1872 LeTarte 1661 Lawnel Blvd. 2367 Evanston 929 E. Dale 524 Prospect 2117 Evanston 1267 Terrance St. 1267 Terrance St. 1119 Sophia 6163 East St. 2617 Emerson St. Cota. Iim .......,........ ....................... 1 038 Ada Crawford, Pearl .....,.. ...... 6 11 W. Clay Ave. Crews, lane ............ ............... 9 18 Post Rd. Crews. Iune ......... ........... 9 18 Post Rd. Cretchett, Ellen ......... ................ 3 050 McDermott Custer, Lois .................... ................ 4 64 Houston Ave. Dahlquist. Ronald ....... .................... 2 392 Hadden St. Dalson, Salley ........... ....... 3 057 Filth St. Twin Lake Davies. Thomas ....,.... ..............,..... 4 90 Allen Ave. Davis, Catherine ...... ..... 1 846 W. Norton Ave. Davis, Douglas ...... ................ 8 60 E. Norton Dean, David .......... Deater, Daniel ....,.. Decker, Iudy ....... 1480 Adams St. 1215 West St. 2480 Morton Ave. Decoster, Ierry ...... ............... 1 326 West St. Demler. lune ....... ...... 1 904 Lakeshore Dr. Dephouse, Ian ....... .............. 2 375 Wickham Dr. Dephouse. Sally ........ ................., 2 425 Wickham Dr. DeVol. Lynette ...... 3547 West Manitou Circle DeVries, Darlene ...... ,,.,....,.,,, 2 327 Maurer Court DeVries, Dolores ........ DeVries, Nancy ..... DeYoung. lean ...... DeYoung, Lee ........ DeYoung, Ronald . Dinger, Martha ..... Dobb, Darlene ....... Dobb, Phillip ........... Downey, Gordon Draper, Stuart ......... Draper, Walter ...... Driver, Herbert .......... Droppers, Paulette . Duckett, Sharon .... Dunk, Beverly ......,. Duram, Donald ....... Dykema, Flori ....... 229 W. Grand Ave. 1506 Sixth St. 1060 Walker Rd. 1183 Emerson Ave. 1080 First St. 3066 Valk St. 1657 Fifth St. 983 E. Forest St. 2123 Kinsey St. 1618 Elwood Ave. 1246 Morgan Ave. 1766 Hoyt St. 3850 Highgate Rd. 1531 Convoy 989 W. Forest Ave. 1765 Wood St. 1244 Terrace St. 199 Dykema, Ianice ..... Dykstra, Carolyn East, Stirling ........... Edlund, Ralph ........ Edson, Douglas ....... Ellis. William ...,.. Englund, Lanny ..... Erickson, Carclyn Erickson, Delores ...... Erickson, lack ......,. Erickson. Iames ..... Erwin. Faye ....... 1321 Spring St. , ..,..... 1658 Hoyt St. 1242 Harvey St. 2029 Estes St. 2423 Harding Ave. 1855 Lilac St. 901 W. Grand ....... 1646 Catherine Ave. 1988 E. Isobella 250 McLaughlin 769 Washington Ave. 1247 McLaughlin Erxleben. Mane ......... ..... 1 302 Marcoux Ave. Escareno, Emest ..,.. Escareno. Margareto Evans, Donald ............... ..... 1025 Albert Ave. 1025 Albert Ave. 3845 E. Laketon Ave. Falbe, William ,,A,,., ,,, ,,,,,,., ,..,...,............ 1 409 Celllel' Farmer. Ioanne ....... Farr, Iarnes ........... Farran, Gordon ...... Farran, Nancy ........... Fazakerley, Michael Fee, lohn ........................ Ferencsik, Io Anne Ferrell. Daniel ......, Fethke, William ..... Fielstra, Roger ....... Fischer, Donald ..... Fischer, Ianice ....... Fisher, Dave ...,,.. Flanery, Laura ...... Flood, Sandra ...... 1431 S. Sheridan Dr. 458 McLaughlin Ave. 1281 Shonat St. 1281 Shonat St. 1246 Madison 1447 Henry St. 4358 Brooks Rd. 5172 McDowell 1253 Third St. 1639 Catherine 3868 Glendale 1957 Commerce St. 1852 Leahy 1238 Wesley Ave. 916 Carlton St. Folk, Indy .,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,.,.,, 1 239 Fleming Folk, Sharon ........ ................ 1 239 Fleming Forberg, Iohn ..... .. 1709 Lawnel Blvd. Forton, Carol ....... ................. 1 471 1i!OCh Foster, Iohn .,........... . ..,...... 752 Leonard Ave. Franklin, Rosella ....... ..,..,. 2 206 Warren Ave. Frasier. lames ........ French, Larry ...... Friel, Robert ........ Frohner, Albert ...... 1515-A-Defense 2064 Henry St. 2897 Roosevelt Rd. 1157 Evanston Gage, Beverly ,,,..,.,, .................. 1 180 Harvey Gardiner, Larry ..... .. 675 Hilton Pk. Dr. Gassman, Dennis ...... ......r...................... 2 272 Harrison Gaul, Karen ............ ..... 4 165 Pontaluna Rd. Fruitport Gay. Barry .......... ............... 1 709 Edgewater St. Getz, Beverly ...... Gibner. Carol ...... Gibson, Terry ...... Gill, Tom ........... Gillard, Ann ........ Gillard, Iudy ......... Gilmore, Ralph ...... Glass, Patricia ........ Glass. William ........ Gleason, Karen ........ Glidden. Kay ........... Goebel. Ioanne ...... 1394 Ransom St. 3050 Sherwood Ct. 2181 W. Norton 944 W. Wilson Ave. 1831 Iefierson St. 2440 Evanston 899 Young 2745 Evanston 2745 Evanston 1366 Creston 4061 Chilton Dr. 1731 Madison St. Goggin, Ann ........... ................. 1 632 Filth St. Goosen. Donald ..... 1060 W. Forest Ave. Graham, Sandra ......... ................. 1 481 Division Gray, Robert .,......... ............. 4 17 Ottawa Greene. Kenneth .... Green. Leonard ...,.. Griiiith. Carolyn ......... 3806 Glendale 2114 Liel St. 1323 Fourth St. Groneveld, Thomas ....... ............... 1 782 Manz Gronberq, Edith ...... ..... 1 142 W. Southern Groothuis, Lois .,..... ........ 8 17 Wood St. Guikema, Marlene .. ..... 521 Apple Ave. Guiliani, Carrol .,.... ............ 1 391 Carr Rd. Guler, Turkan ......... ......... 1 384 Leonard Ave. Gustafson, Lorne ........ .................... 2 91 Houston Ave. Hagadone, Iohn ..... Hagen. Carol .......... 3080 W. Sherman Blvd. ....... 3081 E. Ellis Rd. Fruitport Halverson, Barbara ...... ..................... 1 575 C. Defense Hamm, Iames ............ ............. 2 396 Wickham Dr. Hammond, Tom ............. ....,................. 2 404 Estes Hammons, Warren ........ ...... R Rifl Spring Lake Handy, Linda .............. ........ 1 631 Francis Ave. Hansen. Elsa ......... Hansen, Priscilla 2235 Dowd St. 1668 Beidler Happeny, Ann ...... Harper, Bill .,......... Harris, Ceola ............ Hartley, Arlene ....... Hatfield. lames ..... Hayes, Iohn ........ Hayes, William ..,... Hellman, John ........ Helm, Richard ........... Helton, Richard ........ Heneveld, Barbara ..... Henry, Carol ........... Henry. Walter ....... Herder. Dale .......... Herlein. Daniel ....... Higgins, Evelyn ....... Hiller, Michael ....... Hilliard, David ....... Hilton, Edward ..... Hines, Ieannie ....... Hines, Ierry ........... Hoffman, Wayne ..,.. Hollander, Peggy ..... Holman, Ruth ......... Holman, Ruthann ..... Holmes, Lacinda ....... Holstege, Lee ......... Holman, Robert ..... Hornik, Sandra ..... Horstall. Douglas ..... Horsley, Marilyn ..,... 814 Airport Rd. 152 Myrtle Ave. 147 E. Walton St. 1778 McGralt 1621 Kenneth St. 294 Cross Ave. 294 Cross Ave. 1500 E. Defense 5911 East Hall Rd. 1824 E. Isobella 82 West Dale 1340 Albert Ave. 1636 Franklin St. 712 Amity Ave. 1125 Kampenga Ave. 1220 A. Defense 1325 Lakeshore Dr. 1450 Montague 250 Shonat 2444 Letart Ave. 509 Marquette 850 Allen Ave. 1648 Winchester 1073 W. Hendrick Rd. 1228 East St. 3920 Molly Blvd. 5700 E. Pontaluna Rd. 1459 Iiroch 1120 Dangl Rd. 1914 Manor Dr. 1850 Wood St. Houck, Patricia ...... -..---------- 1 470 Todd 5'1- Hughesl Rgbeff ,-..,,,., .,,................ 4 14 El'lClCS0l'1 Humenick, Elaine ,,,Y,,,,, ,.,,. 1 378 Winchester Dr. Hunter, Kenneth ...... ' ........ ...------..------.. 5 0 7 W00d Hutchinson, Catherine ...... 1195 Green S1- Hyde, Tenry ,,,Y,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ........ 1 381 Howard Sl. Hylen. Janet .............. ------A------ 2 233 M011011 ldsinga. Donald ........ -----------.--- 7 80 West S1- Inmqn, Iohn ,,,.,,,,,,, ....... 7 56 Wesley AVG. Ianes, Ianice ...,. lanes, Sandra ......,. Iardine, lolm ...... Iazdzyk, lim ........ Ieliery. lim .,.... Iensen, lanet ...... Iensen. Sandra ..... ..... Iesperson, Iames ....... Iohnson, Evelyn ..,..,. Iohnson, Iohn ....,.,.. Iohnson, Karen I. ..... . Johnson, Robert ..... 5476 Sheridan 1094 Byron 149 W Forest Ave. 971 Winsor Ave. .. 256 W. Forest Ave. 1723 McGralt 1355 Randolph 1068 Oak Grove St. 1352 Calvin Ave. .. 1741 Winchester Dr. 1142 E. Ellis Rd. 2886 Fruitport Rd. Jones, Thomas ,.,...,,..,,.. ...... 2 887 Eastland Rd. Jury, Chuck ..,,..,..,..,,.,,.,.. ..... 1 861 Glen Ave. Kazmierski, Sylvester ....... ........ 1 687 Biedler Kelly, Ierry ,,.,,,,.,,.,,...,,,.,.. ..... 1 512 Quarterline Kennedy, Sandra ....,.... ..... 1 113 Garden Ave. Kidney, Don ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ............ 1 338 Getty St. Kiefl, Iudy ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,. ,....,. 1 287 Cornell Rd. Killebrew. Kenneth ...... King, Anthony ........., Kissel, Bill .............. Klassen, David ...... Klecka, Dick ....,..,.. 6105 Apple Ave. 531 W. Webster 1314 Marquette Ave. .......'604 N. Mill Iron Rd. 1445 Winchester Dr. Klein, Donald ............ .............. 1 428 Leahy St. Klevering, William ...... ............ 2 197 Moon St. Klomp, Barbara ...........,. ......... 2 052 Apple Ave. Knapp, Merri Lee ........ Knevitt, Nancy .......... Koning. Erma ............ Kooiman, Kenneth ....... Kordish. Lynn ........... 1341 Fourth St. 1981 Isabella Ave. 1229 Spring St. 1663 Terrace St. 1435 Ducey St. Koski, Arne ......,.....,,.,..,. ...... 6 03 Apple Ave. Kotlewski, Clarice ....... ............. 1 858 Crowley Kozal, Larry .............. ........ 2 301 Hadden St. Kroeze, lim ............. ...... 1 320 Madison St. Kruger. Ioyce ..... ............ Krumnack, Erdmut ...... Krupp, Nancy ........,. Kubicek. Marilyn ....,. Kuehn. George ....... Kuhn. Don ....... 2404 LeBoeui 1907 Hoyt St. 1365 Cherry St. 1469 Madison 1955 Wood St. 589 Amity Ave. . 6146 Airline Rd. Fruitport Kutuchiel. Iohn ..... Ladd. Karen .......,.... Lambert. Barbara . Lanting. Robert ......... Larve. Iames ......... Lathrop. Larry ...A... Leltrlng. Lynn ...... Lester, Iohn ...r....... Lewis. Many ........ Lindberg. Alan ..... Lindberg. Pamela ..,.... Lindenbaurn. Mary Line. Gilbert .............. Lirones. George ....... Littell, Marilyn ...... Lizut. Brenda ..,..... Lobdell. Wayne ...... Locke, Terry ,,,....... Long. Dan .............. Longworth. Sandra Lucyk. William ..... 515 Harston Ave. Luhman. Charles ........ . Luhman, Gordon ...... Luytjes. Ken .......... Luytjes. Larry ....... McClure. Fred ....... 220 Eighth Ave. Fruitport McConnell. Karen .,.,... . McKenzie. Gerald McLouth. Iudy ....... McWain. Iudy ...... Maastricht. Tom ....... MacKenzie. Robert Madison. Ianet ......... Mann. David ......... Marchido. Gary .... 1109 Pine St. 150 W. Dale Ave. 507 Houston Ave. 624 W. Ranch Dr. 925 Getty St. 1138 W. Grand Ave. 1078 Calvin Ave. 110 E. Walton 1890 Crestwood 3344 Davis Rd. 1914 Arbor Rd. 1908 Gettzy St. 1345 Allen Ave. 265 Catherine Ave. 429 Bennett St. 970 Washington 771 Carlton .......................... 2188 Norton 1945 Leahy St. 6018 Stringer Rd. Frultport 3133 McCracken St. 3133 McCracken St. 1335 Allen Ave. 3465 Well Lake Rd. 637 Allen Ave. 221 Donald St. 72 E. Grand Ave. 1845 Creston St. 1732 Peck St. Rt. 421. Fmltport 1138 Emerson Ave. 428 McLaughlin 1247 Spring St. Marek. Larry ............ ..... 1 752 Kregel Ave. Markowski, Vivian ....... 479 Washington Mars. Richard ........... ...................... 2 326 Moon St. Mars. Ronald ........... ..,......................... 1 680 Hudson Martin. Keith ............... ....... 2 154 W. Sherman Blvd. Martinez. Theresa ....,.. .,...,,..,,.......,.,.,, 4 49 Yuba St, Matteson. Max ...... Matthews. Charles 1043 Amherst Rd. Matthews. Sandra ....... .... Mattila. Sandra ......... . Mattson. Arthur ....... Medema. Iudy .............. Meinha rdi. Douglas Mell. Ianet .................... Metzger. Lee ............. Meyers. lim ..,........ Meyers. Ruth ............... Midboe. Raymond ....... Milos. Pat ................. Miller. Miller. David ........ lane ........ Miller. Ianice ......... Miller. Karen .......... Mitchell. ludy ....... Mixter. Richard ........ Moe. Allan ............ Moe. Dennis ...... Mohr. Carole ............. Morriso Morrlso n. Betty .,...... . n. Pat ............. . Moseler. Sidney .... Mulready, Philip ...... Murburger. Ianet ......,.. Mustard. Robin ......... Myers. lane ...................... Nearanl. Frederick Nelson. Dave ............... Nelson. Gloria ......... Nelson. Ioan ............. Nelson. Raymond ........ Newell. Iames ............. Nicolal. Raymond ....... Nichols. Nick ............ Nicholson. Colleen ...,.... N ickell. Dan .............. Nielsen. lim .......... Northrop. lane ...... 3116 Eastland Rd. 1471 Seventh St. 856 Quarterline Rd. 776 Hill Ave. 2055 Bourdon St. 746 Marquette St. 2031 A-Dattnefr 2354 Miner St. 1738 Oak Park Dr. 1600 New St. 1260 Grai St. 1548 Lawrence St. 1214 Peck St. 2177 East Laketon 147 Miller Ave. 1967 Getty St. 2156 Continental 1311 Wesley Ave. 1311 Wesley Ave. 536 McLaren St. 2329 Apple Ave. 4962 Grand Haven Rd. 870 Wilson Rd. U. S. Coast Guard 1604 Peck St. 2871 Apple Ave. 546 Leonard St. 1527 Terrace St. 647 Orchard Ave. 1751 McGralt St. 1938 Belmont Dr. 1322 W. Summit 1699 Sanford St. 1047 Marquette St. 1436 Beardsley St. 1381 Montgomery St. 1380 Flower Ave. 1651 Francis Ave. 809 W. Larch Ave. Nuttall. Wayne ........ Nyuli. Ianet ........... Obenniller. lim ....... Odmark. Dick ........... Oliphant. Barbara ...... Olson. Charles ...... Olsen. Dave ........ Olsen. Lynn ....... Olsen. Sue ..... Orcutt. Gary ...... Ortquist. Mary ......., Outwin, Iohn ......,,.. Page, Shirley ........ Paquin. Robert ...... Parmer. Harry ...... Pascavis. Ioyce ......., Patrick. Iames ....... Pattenger, Karen ....... Paull. George ........... Paulson. Darlene ..... Paxson. Iudie ........ Payne. Beverly ..... Peets. Gary .............. Pendleton. Robert .....,.. Pengilly. Catherine ...... Perry, Tom .Q .............. Perysian, Alan ...,.. Peterman. Iudy ...... Phillips. Ierry ........ Phinney. Robert ....... Pickel. Ioyce .........., Pierce. Roxie ..... Plant. Ellen ........ Plont. Roger ...,...... Plumley. Darlene ..... Pohl, Iudy .............. Poort. Dan .......... Poort. Nancy ..... Porter. David ...... Porter. Ieanne ............... Postema. Ronald ........... Postlewait, Marchella .. 1597 Davis St. 3336 Hts. Ravenna Rd. 1914 Hendricks Rd. 1692 McGratt St. 410 Apple Ave. 1532 Leahy St. 1333 Lakeshore Dr. 5539 Grand Haven Rd. 2064 Harding Ave. 1207 Parkway St. 230 Amity Ave. 2185 LeTarte St. 1175 W. Summit 600 W. Muskegon Ave. 520 Herrick St. 1593 Henry St. 2207 W. Norton Rd. 328 Marquette Ave. 42 N. Woll Lake Rd. 512 Apple Ave. 175 Norton Ave. 214 Amity Ave. 1893 Henry St. 1542 Clinton St. 1949 Ray St. 1534 Clinton St. 681 Center St. 875 E. Dale Ave. 1590 Center St. 1925 Harding St. 2120 Sampson St. 2041 East Broadway 2910 Westland Rd. 1184 Emerson Ave. 1718 Langeland 287 E. Laketon Ave. 1926 Ray St. 1926 Ray St. 1273 Graft St. 1690 Leahy St. 881 Ada St. 2265 Evanston Ave. Prentice. Pat .................. ........... 2 325 Westwood Quick. Linda ..............,. ..... 2 331 Wickham Dr. Ramirez, Tony ,,.,,,, ...,.... l 054 Albert AVG. Ramos. Georgia ............... .............. 4 44 Wdshinqfon Rasey. lane .......................... ......... 2 46 McLaughlin Ave. Rauschenberger. Sharon ......... 1164 Emerson Ave. Rayner, Carol ................... .................... 1 416 Beardsley Rea. Hugh ............. ....,.. 3 554 McCracken Ave. Reck. Carolyn ....... Redmond. Terry ........ Remington. Errna ...... Repta. Sharon ....... Reynolds. Bob ....... Rhodea. Ioe ........ Rice, Marilyn ...... Richard. Dave ....... Richards, Ierry ..... Rinehart. Pat ...... Rios. Ierry .................. Roach, Barckley ....,.,, Roberts. Marie .......... Robertson. Ianice ..... Robertson. Penny ...,..... Robertson. Rosemary .... Robinson. Gwen ........... Robison. Karen .......... Rogers. Gary ......... Rogers. Monte ...... Rop. Iulla .........,. Rose. Craig ........ Ross. lim .............. Ross. Iudy ........... Royle. Rollo ........... Ruddick. Karen ......... Rudick. Kenneth ........ Rumohr. Marlene ...... Russcher. Loren ........ Ryefield. Barbara ........ Sabm. Linda .............. Sanchez. Gilbert ....... 4920 Wickham Dr. 1386 Glen Ave. 206 Washington Ave. 3670 E. Laketon Ave. 1137 W. Mt. Garfield Rd. 1231 Evanston Ave. 1210 Allen Ave. 2055 Lakeshore Dr. 1432 Leahy St. 876 E. Irwin Ave. 2920 Violet Ave. 1749 Randolph Ave. 434 Wood St. 2380 Estes St. 1260 E. lsabella Ave. 1004 W. Dale Ave. 348 Iackson Ave. 1642 Ruddlman 1422 Quarterline Rd. 1863 Fair Ave. 298 East Walton 1136 Hampden Rd. 1688 A-Deiense Ave. 1049 Airport Rd. 1865 Wood St. 2080 Philo 3038 S. Klug Rd. 1841 Mcllwralth 1321 Ransom 865 Fork St. 1835 Burton Rd. 2053 Theresa St. Vedders, Karen ....., Sandberg, Roger ........... ...... 2 164 McCracken St. Sauerbier, Mary lean .......... 1310 Creston St. Saxe, Iames ...r...,...,....... ..,.. 9 27 Kampenga Ave. Saxe, Iohn .....,...,.. .... , ...... 9 27 Kampenga Ave. Sayles, Rita ..,.......... 1732 W. Hendrick Rd. Schmidt, Teddy .....,... Schouten, Tim .......... Schultz, Philip ......... Schwab. Ronald . .... . Scott, Sue ............. Scull, Ion ............. , Seastrom, Peggy ..... Seiiert, Alan .,..........,... Seppamaki, Linda .,.. Seydel, Iames .......... Shannon, Sally ..,..... Shealier, Anna ....... Shetter, Wilma ......,.. Sheldon, Alicia ........ Shepard, Lee ....... Sheridan. Tom ...,., Shrum, Iudy ...... shy, noben ,,.,...... Ae.. Siewert. Marilyn ..... Simon, Karsten ........ Skinner. Pat ......... Slater. Ioan ..... ,. Smith. Dale ........... Smith, Darlene ..... Smith, Dick ...,,.. Smith. Larry ..,... Smith, Marcia ...... Smith, Sue ......,.. Snyder, Dan ....r..,. 1347 Pine St. Sonnega, Dave ....... Sorchy. Thomas ..,... Sorenson. Steve ...,.., Souser, Arlene ......... South, Barbara ........... Sparrow. Marilyn .......... Springstead, Douglas Squires, Ray .............. Stark, David .......,.... Steele, Darlene ....... Stone, Paul .....,..... Stone, Rachel ..,... Street, Ron ......,..... Stressman, Earl ,...... Strickler, Glenna ...,. Stromstra, Karen ..... Strong, Eileen ...... Stulp, Karen ........., Sturgeon, Ianice ..,.... Swanker, Bob ....... Swanson, Fred ...., Sweet, lim ...,,.... Sydloski, Mike ..... Szost, Barbara ..... Szymczyk, Bill ..,..... Taulbee, Barbara ..,.... . Taylor, Iudy ..........., Temple, Ierry ....... Teles, Vita ....,.,........ Terryn, Marlene ...... Thelin, Virginia ....... Thompson, Dave ..... Thompson, Iudy ....., Tiliord, Mike ......... Timmick. Ioy ...,. Tindall, Don ..,...... Tinsley, David ..... Tolish, Frank ...,... Tousignaut, lim ........ Towsley, Frank ....... Tracy. Eula ...,...... 202 5658 S. Henry St. 1010 Hendrick Rd. Schoonbeck, Bob ......,. . 969 W. Southern Ave. 1441 Samburt St. 1152 S. Wolf Lake Rd. 1074 W. Laketon Ave. 2015 Bourdon 842 W. Barney Ave. 1930 Wood St. 2031 Miner Ave. 881 West St. 1458 Palmer Blvd. 2761 Marquette Ave. 580 Catawba Ave. 1211 Third St. 1169 Pine St. 1669 Clinton St. 3413 Apple St. 227 Sumner St. 28 W. Forest Ave. 1491 Lexington Ave. 132 Allen Ave. 1276 Sixth St. 4263 S. Quarterline Rd. 1305 Iames St. , ................ mea Hoyt st. 1165 W. Dale 1223 E. Forest Ave. 1411 Cherry Ave. ., 1106 E. Laketon Ave. isao Ray st. 1687 Eloise 1694 Lakeshore Dr. 584 Yuba St. 1899 Robinson St. 5093 Apple St. 46 Sheridan Dr. 1279 Terrace St. 2356 W. Sherman Blvd. .. 2502 S. Mill Iron Rd. 1377 E. Hile Rd. 2376 Crozier St. 1986 Iudson Rd. 4555 Harding Ave. 1666 Montague Ave. 1188 Chestnut St. 962 Catherine Ave. 262 N. Mill Iron Rd. 1258 E. Hile Rd. 1355 E. Sherman Blvd. 1541 Vine St. 5620 E. Sternberg Rd. 1958 Kinsey St. 580 Allen Ave. 1373 Winchester Dr. 1769 Clinton St. 764 Wesley St. 1627 Ietierson St. 1256 East St. 264 Merrill Ave. 1111 S. Quarterline Rd. 995 Evanston Ave. 60 Hartford Ave. 1608 Manz St. 861 Home St. 1381 Evanston Ave. 923 E. Dale Ave. 2345 Iames Ave. . .............. 2033 Norman 121 East Southern Travis, Ioan ........,... Uganski, Ronald ..,.. Uitto, Dick ............ Ulmer, Gloria ...........,.... Upton, Connie .............,..... VandenBerg, Kenneth Vanderstelt, Dick ..,,.... Vanderstelt, Iohn ...... Vandervelde, Pat ......,...... VanderWal1, Marvin ....... VanderWel, Iames ..,,. VanderWel, Ianice ..... VanderWier, Ierry .......,.., VanDon kelaar, Adrian Vanneer. Hans ........... Vanterpott. Victor .......... Veurink, Virginia ...... Virag, Ierome ....,..... Visser, Iames . ............ Vledder, Shirley ........ Waalkes. Sam ......., Wacker, Sharon ..... Wakefield, Sam .,.... Walker, Linda ......., Walters, Darrel ...... .. Walvoord, Douglas ..... Ward, Archester ..,.... Waterhouse, Paul ......... 1547 Iames Ave. 1959 Lindberg Dr. 444 Clay Ave. 1091 East Larch Ave. 2707 Liberty Rd. 1048 Evanston Ave. 1919 Brunswick 1849 Ray St. 1083 Dangl Rd. 358 Amity Ave. 920 Williams 920 Williams 2147 Madalene Ave. 1862 Superior St. 692 McLaughlin 1716 Marquette Ave. 870 Mangin Ave. 859 Mangin Ave. 5360 S. Brooks Rd. Fruitport 1593 Biedler St. 773 Marcoux Ave. 1178 W. Hile Rd. 1636 Wood Ave. 621 E. Holbrook 2962 Valley St. . ......., 2227 Bourdon St. 1767 Oak Park Dr. 179 Amity Ave. 1012 W. Grand Ave. Weatherbee. Nancy ...,, .... ,,.,.... 1 6 21 Glen Ave. Weatter, Nan ............. .................... 2 480 Hadden Webber, Randy ....... ....... 1 978 W. Forest Ave. Weinert, Mike ........ .............. 2 169 Mann St. Weller, Iames ........,.... .................. 5 46 Iackson Ave. West, Mary ...,................ ......,.. ,................. 1 1 93 Ransom St. Westerlund, Cliliord ..... ....,.....,...,.,.................... 1 885 Filth St. Wheaton, Vera lean ,...... ....., 4 950 E. Fruitport Rd. Fruitport Whisenant, Pat ............. ...,,..,......................... 1 656 Pine St. White, Brenda ...,,... .......... 2 525 McCracken White, Don .......... ........ l 370 S. Brooks Rd. White. lean ....... ,....... 6 72 E. Isabella Ave. White, Iudy ......,...... ,............ 2 050 Sisson St. White, Lila .......,......... ........ 5 49 Catherine St. Whitney, Rosemary ....... 610 N. Mill Iron Rd. Wtbalda, Mary .......... Wierda, Iulie .,........ Wierda, William ...,... Wierengo, Ann ....,..... Wierengo, Rosemary .... ,. Wierengo, Ruth .,,.......... Wiersma, Karen ,..,, Wildie, Diane ......... Willea, Clifford ..,.,. 1460 Clinton St. 237 W. Grand Ave. 1536 Iiroch St. 248 Creston St. 1805 Edgewater St. 2018 Evanston Ave. 1801 Edgewater St. 1461 Clark St. 1135 Holt St. Willett, Bill , ............, ......................,...... 1 267 Langeland Williams, Billie ..,... ................................... 1 584 Smith St. Williams, Dan ......... 300 Resengren St. Wolf Lake Wilson, Linda .,.......... ........................... 2 010 Bourdon St. Wingate, Chaddie ........ .,..,................ 4 23 W. Muskegon Witmer, Sharon ..,.,. ......... 1 220 Fourth St. Woirol. Ianice ...,. ..,......,..... 1 396 West St. Wood, Iune ...... Wood, Mary ,..,. Wood, Robert ...... Wocd, William .,.,,..... Workman, Dave ........ Workman, Tom .,.... Wright, Chuck ........ Wright, James ........ Yonker, lohn ...,.,.,... Zatolokin, Tom ......, Zeeman, Mark .,..... Zerns, Al ............. Ziarnko, Roma ...,....... Zimmerman. Kay ....... Zonderman, Reinder .. Zue, Iames ..............,,..... 248 Delaware Ave. 755 Churchill Dr. 1908 Ray St. 1485 Noland 1289 Wood St. 763 Allen Ave. 1250 Terrace St. 3007 Larkin St. 1724 Smith St. 1361 Forest Park Rd. 2057 Miner Ave. 1299 Forest Rd. 2317 Fountain St. 1699 Pine St. 248 Amity Ave. 381 W. Forest Ave. Abrelat. Arnold ......... 11 Ackerman. Doris ..........,.. ............-- 1 1.122 Agerstrand, Charles ................... ...............- 1 1 Aheam, Dan ........................A................------- 11 Alberts, Iarnes .......... 11,l2Z,125,l34,l36,147 Alvair, Mary ...........................................- ---- 1 1 Ambrose, Genie .....,.........., Ames, Carol .,............ Anderson, Ioan 1 ........ 11.131 ........ 11,125,152 11,125,152 Anderson, Mary ..........A...------.-------------- ------- 1 1 Arnson, William ...........,.. Aubum, Charles ....... August. Erwin .... .. Baals. ,Sandra ........ Back, Ralph .....,.. Bailey, Betty ...... Bain, Retha ........... Bakker, George ........ Balkerna, Dan .........., Barnard. Michael ......... Barnes. William ........... 1l.106,134.136.147 11.107 11,146 12,107 12 12,125 12 , .......... 12 12.136 Bqmhqrd, Norman ....... ................-------. -4-- 1 2 Barrett, Bonnie .......... Barrett, Larry ............ 12.1 13,123,131 12.147 Barringer, Nancy .....---- --...---------------4------- 1 2 Bartsch, Richard ....... Basham, Donald .............. Baun, Ianet ........... Beadle, Hollee ....... Beals, Gayl ........ Beattie, Marie ....... Beck. Mike .......... Becker, Robert ......... Beckman. Edwin ....... Beagle. Barbara ....... Beesing, Karen ,,....... Begin, Kenneth ........, Belasco, Richard ....... Bell, Mary ............... Bench, Iudy ............... Benedick, lames ........... Benham, Barbara ......... Berg, Rita ..,................ Berger. lames ....., Berghuls, Iames ........ Bergren, Renee ......... Betz. Danniel .......... Bibb. Emma ................ 12,106.120.121,l75 12,107,130 12,113,117 l3,134,136,148 13.l13,123,13l 13,129,152 13,131 13.110 13 13,150 13.136 14 14,133 Bielinski, Stanley ......... ......,..................... 1 4 Bird, Connie ,..,..,....,., .,,.. 1 4,112,117,131 Bird, lean ,..,,.,,,.,.... ........................ 1 4 Bird, Ted ............ .. ............... 14 Bleich, Russell ...,... Bleier, Brent .......... Blevins. Iames ....... 14.117 14,134,148 nxoodgw,-1, Judy ..,..,.....,..,............. 14,128,131 Bogue. Deanne ...............................1............ 14 Booker. Marilyn ........ 14.l01,106,118,l19.124 BOB. Ann ...............................,........ 14,123,171 Bouwman, Marcella ................ 14,109.1 10,123 15 Bowyer, Stephen ......... Boyd. Sharon .................... Brandenburg. William Brantman, Leon ................ Brezinski. Ioyce ......... Brink, David .......... Bitton. Anna ......... Brown, Darlene ......... Brown, Sandra ..... Brown. William ......... Browne, Marge ......... Bruhn. Patricia ...... Bryant, Ioyce ....... Buckley, Mary ....... Buikema. lames ....... Buit. Kenneth ......... Bultema, lane ....... Burch, Roy ........ 15 15 15.110 15 15 15 15 15.131 15,107,130 16,106.117.124 eww: .feafexf Burr, Dewy .......... Bush, Sarnmual ........ Buteyn, Bruce ...v.... Calkins, Norma ....... Cambell, Eugene ........ Carais, Ted ............... Carlislet, Gordon ........ Carlson, Davia ...,.,.. Carlson, Kirt ........ Carlson, Larry ..... Carter, Edwin ...... Caukin, Laura ...... Cayan, Arthur ........ Cayo, Karen ................ Chamberlain. Alice Chancellor. lane .... ....,... l6,l01.118.120 16,130 16,134 16,106,112 16,109,112 16,106 16,136,142 17.128.152.153 17,130 Chapel, Iudy ..........,,...................... 17,112,125 Chase, Richard ...........,............----,---.1---------4 17 Chonis, Pauline ........ 17,106,118.121.162,123 Christensen, Iohn .................,...------------v------ 17 Church, Suzanne 17,106,113.128.131 Ciliq, Lge ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ....,..,........................ 1 7 Clabaugh, Gene ...... ..............--------------- 1 7 Clanton, Helen ........ Clark, Linda .............. Clawson, Randie ........ Clayten, Stephan ....... 17 17 17 106 112 127 Coates. Elaine ..,...... ..,..... . . . Cochran. Sharon .... Cole, Laura ..,. , ..... Collinge. Sherri ........ Collinge. Terry , .,..... . Compton. Mary ...... Conyberae. Anita ....... Cooper, Nedra ............ Councellor, Gary .,....... Cowand, Thomas . Crews, lane ............. Crews, Iune , ......... Critchett, Ellen ....... Custer, Lois ........,... Dahlquist, Ronald . Dalson, Sally .........,. Davis, Kathryn ........ Deatter, Danniel .... Decker, Iudy ......,, Decoster, Ierry ....,. Demler, Iune .,.....,. Dephouse, Ian .....,. De house, Sally p ------- ------ DeVol, Lynette ....... DeVries, Darlene ......... DeVries, Deloris ...,,. DeVries, Nancy ....... DeYounq, lean ..,..... DeYoung, Lee .......... DeYoung, Ronald ....... Dinger, Martha ..,,.... Dobb, Darlene ...... Dobb, Phillip ......... Draper. Stuart ...... Draper, Walter ........ Driver, Herbert ........ Droppers, Paulette 18,116,126 18,173 18.107 18,152 18,109,110 18,120,132 18,130 18.130 18,106 18,113 19,116,128 134.150 19,113,131 19,112 19.122,l34.136.163 19,106,113,1l6,131 19,113,131 19,130 19 19 19 19 19,96 20.136 20 20,114,116 Duckett, Sharon ....... ......,. 2 0,117,123,131 Dunk. Beverly ,.,,.... Duram. Donald ...... Dykema. Flori ....... Dykema, Ianice ...... Dykstra. Carolyn ........ East, Sterling ........ Edlund. Ralph ...,...... Edson. Douglas ........ Ellis, William ........ Englund. Lanny ....... Ericksen. Delores ........ Erickson, Carolyn . Erickson, lack .......... 20.112 20.136 20,1l3.117.123 20,136,147 20,102,112 21,110 21,122 21 21 Erickson, Iames ...... Erwin, Faye ......... Erxleben, Marie ............. Escareno, Ernest ................ Escareno. Margaretto Evans. Donald ................ Falbe, William ........... Farmer. Ioanne ....... Farr, Iames ............. Farran, Nancy ........... ...... Faxakerley, Mike ....... Fee, Iohn ................. Feldt, Larry ............. Ferenesik, Ioanne ..... Ferrell, Daniel .......,.... Fethke, William ........ Fielsta, Roger ......... Finucan, Ann ........... Fischer, Donald ..... Flanery, Laura ....... Flood, Sandra ...... rom, may ........... Folk, Sharon ....... Forberg, Iohn ..... Forton. Carol ....... Foster, Iohn .......... Frasier. Iames ......... French, Larry ..... Priel, Robert ............. Frohner, Albert ....... Gage, Beverly ......... Gardiner. Larry ....... Gassman, Dennis ....... Gaul, Karen ........ Gay, Barry .......... Getz, Beverly ...... Gibner, Carol ....... Gibson. Terry ...... Gillard, Ann ....... Gillard, Iudy ........... Gilmore, Ralphe ........ Giuliani, Carol ....... Glass, Patricia . 21.134,136,138.150 21,112 21 21 21.109 21.117 21,112.123,128 22 22,107 22.150 22 22 22 22 22 22,107 22 22 22 22 22.132 23 23,114,122 23.109.l10.l21 23.130 23 134 136 147 23.131 23,113,131 23,124 .. ........ 23.106 24 24 Gleason, Karen .................................... 24.115 Glidden, Kay ...... 24,109.110.119.122.123.126 Goebel. Ioanne ............................................ 24 Goggin. Ann .................... 24,l17,119,l25,l26 Goosen. Donald ...,..... .............................. 2 4 Graham, Sandra .,.,..... ..................,....... 2 4 Gray, Robert .......... ........ 2 4,107 Gray, Sharon ....... Green. Leonard ....... Greene. Kenneth ....... Grevel, Ieny .............. Griffith. Carolyn ........ Gronberg. Edith ............. 24 24 24.132 24.96.136 25,127 Groeneveld, Thomas ........ ......... 2 4,109,122 Groothuls. Lois .............. 25,107,127 Guikema, Marlene ................................ 25,1 12 Guler. Turkan .......................... 25.1l3.117.163 Gustaison. Lorne .......................................... 25 Hagen, Carol ............ 25,l06.109.1l3,l19,131 Halverson. Barbara .......... Hamm. Iames .............................................. 25 Hammond, Thomas ....... Hammons. Warren ....... 25.106 25,112 Handy. Linda .............. ............. 2 5.123.127 Hansen, Elsa .......... Hansen. Priscilla .............. Happeny, Ann ........ Harper, William ......... Harris. Ceola ........... Hatfield. lame: ....... Hayes. Iohn ........ Hellman. Iohn .......... Helton, Edward .......... Heneveld, Barbara ..... -. Henry. Walter ............. 25.106 25.116.120.121.175 25,107 136,147 106 25.107 26.107 26.136 26,126,131 203 Herder, Dale ....,,. 1-lerlein, Daniel ...... Hiller, Mike ..........., , 26 Hilliard, David ........ ,................ 2 6.109.122 Hilton, Edward ...... ..............,....,.....,........ 2 6 1-lines. leannie ...,.... ....... 2 6,116,123,l31,167 Hoffman, Wayne ....... .....,,.,..............v....... 2 6 Hollander, Peggy ............ Holman, Ruth ....,.,............. Holman, Ruthann ....... ..., 26,116,117.124,125 26,l07,l3l,l54,155 26,122,128 Holmes, Lacinda .....,. ........,..... 2 7,107.1 12 Holstege, Lee .....,,... Holman, Bob .......... Homik. Sandra .......... Horsiall, Douglas ...... Horsley, Marilyn ....... Houck, Patricia ...... Hughes, Robert ....,. Hulka, Ianice ...... Hulka. Ioyce ,,......... .. Humenick, Elaine .............. 1-lunter, Kenneth .............. Hutchinson, Catherine ...... Hutchinson. Helen ........... Hyde. Terry .................... Hylen, Ianet ............ Idsinga, Donald ...... lanes, Ianice ........... lanes, Sandra ........ Iardine, Iohn ....... lazdzyk, Iames ...... Ieiiery, Iames ......., .. 27,116,122 27,127 27,110 27,109,117 106,134,147 27,125,131,169 27,118,119,122,163 27,147 27,109,125 29,112 28 28,116,123 Iensen. Ianet ........... .......... 2 8,106,109,117 Iensen, Sandra ....... .....,............,...,..... 2 8,126 Iesperson, Iames .............. Iohnson, Evelyn ........ ...,. Iohnson, Iohn ........ Iohnson, Karen ....... 28.l06,134,l36,150 28,107 Iohnson, Robert .......................................,.. 133 Jones, Thomas ................... 28,134,146,147 Iury, Charles ...... 28,l09,110,l12,123,134,148 Kazmierski, Sylvester ..........,, Z8,106,134,136 Kennedy. Sandra ......... Kidner. Donald ......... Kiefl, Iudy .................. Killebrew, Kenneth Kiesel, William ..... Klassen. David ...... Klecka, Richard ..... Klein, Donald .,..... Klevering, William Klomp, Barbara ......... 29,107 29 29 29,112 29 29,109 29,109 Knapp. Merrilee ........ ....... 2 9,113,123,131 Knevitt, Nancy ........ Knight, Harry ......... Koning, Irma ..,...... Kooiman, Kenneth Kordish, Lynn .,...... ,... ...,,. ................. . 29 29.109 30,106.113,114,151,165 Koskx. Arne .....,,...........,,.............................. 30 Kotlewski, Clarice Kozal, Lawrence ....,,, Kroeze, Iames .,..,... Kruger, Ioyce ..,........,... Krumnack. Erdmut Krupp. Nancy ............ Kuehn. George ...... 30,132,147 30,154,163 30,126,127 Kuhn, Donald ..,..,.... .,.......,..,,..,,,.,, 3 0,98,134 Kutuchiel, Iohn ...... ,..... 3 0,106,123,162,169 Ladd, Karen ........,... ,..........., .,,,,..,... ,..,. 1 0 6 Lanting, Robert ....... ,...........,........ 3 0,110 Lathrop, Larry ........ Leflring, Lynn ,,..,.... Lester, Iohn ...,..,..... Lewis, Martha ...,... Lindberg. Alan ...... Lindberg, Pamela ...... Lindenbaum, Mary .,i.... Lme, Gilbert ......,........ Lirones. George ...,... Littell, Marilyn ...,,. Lizut, Brenda .......... Lobdell, Wayne ....... 30 30,131 113,117 31,146,147 31,116,124 31,117,131 31 Locke, Terry .,...... 31,134,136.138,147,167,169 Longworth, Sandra Luhman, Charles ..,., ...... ..,,.. 3 1 ,98,l34,142 Luhman, Gordon 31.96,l20.12l,167 Luytjes, Kenneth ....... ........................,... 3 1 Luytjes, Larry .........,...,...,..............,............. 31 Maastricht, Thomas ...,...... MacKenzie, Robert Madison, Ianet ......... Mann, David .......,. Marek, Larry .......,. Mars, Ronald .,..,,....... Martinez, Theresa ......,, Matteson. Max .......,. Matthews, Charles Matthews, Sandra .,,..... Mattila, Sandra ......., Mattson, Arthur ....... McClure. Fred .......,... McConnell, Karan ...,.... McKenzie, Gerald ....,.,. McLouth, Iudy .......... McWain, Iudy ........ Medema, Iudy ....... Mell, Ianet .......... Metzger, Lee ....... Meyers, Iames ...... Meyers, Ruth .......,,, Midboe, Raymond ........ Miller, David ......,..,... Miller, Karen .,....... Miller, Ianice ...., Miller, lane ......... Moe, Allan ....... Moe, Dennis ........ Mohr, Carole ......,., Morrison, Betty ........,..,, Morrison, Patricia ...,,..,. Moseler, Sidney ........ Mulready, Philip ....... Murburger, Ianet 31,109,110.114,123 32,132,146 32,134,142 32,122,125 32,131,156 32,107,127 32,133 33,124,131 34,132 33,106 33,122,163 33,109 33,107 33 33 33 33,108 33.107 33,99 33 34,164 Mustard, Robin ......... .....,..............,,...... 3 4 Myers, lane .........,....... ....,.. 3 4,117,131,152 Nearanz, Frederick Nelson, Dave .......,,......................... 34,134,142 Nelson, Gloria ,...... Nelson, Ioan .......,,., Nelson, Raymond ..,,.... Newell, Iames .......... Nichols, Charles ....... Nicholson, Colleen 34,109.1 10,112.123,126 34,109,110 34,117 N ickell. Danie'1 .......,.. ....... 3 4,109,110,121 Nielsen, Iames ....... Northrop. lane ...... N uttall, Wayne .....,.. N uli, Ianet y ............... Obermiller, Iames ....... Odmark, Richard ........ Oliphant, Barbara Olsen, Charles .,....... Olsen, Dave ,..,..... Olsen, Lynn ....... 24,134,150 34,124 35,147 35 35,150 35 35 35.109,110,123 Olsen, Susan ...,........,..,,................. 35,116,127 Orcutt, Gary ................,................................. 35 Ortquist, Mary .... 35,109.113,117,12l,122,123 Outwxn, Iohn ....,......,.....,.... Page, Shirley .,,...... Paguin, Robert ,..... Parmer, Harry ....... Pascavis, Ioyce .,..,.... Patrick, Iames ....... Pattenger, Karen ..,... 35,109,126 35,146 35,106,132 36,117,131 Paull. George .....,.,...... ..............,,,........ 3 6 Paulson, Darlene .,...... ..........,................. 3 6 Paxson, Iudy ............. .....,.. 3 6,113,116,164 Peets, Gary ...,........... .........,...,.............. 3 6 Pendleton, Robert ........,..,........ 36,1 10,1 15,122 Pengilly, Catherine 36.100,109,125,131 Perry, Tom .................................................... 36 Perysian, Alan ,...,.... , ..,............,,.......... 36 Peterman, Iudy ......... Phillips, Ierry ....... 36,109,128 Phinney, Robert ...... Pickel, Ioyce ........ Pierce, Roxie ..,...,.........,.,. 37,106,113,l2l.123 Plant, Ellen ......,.............,......... 37,l09,113,116 Plumley, Darlene ...............,................,....... 37 Pohl. Iudy ,.,..,.. .... 3 7,112.119.l20,l21,l25,152 Poort, Daniel ..,..............,................,...........,. 37 Poort, Iancy .........,.... .........,..,...... 3 7 Porter, David ,..,..,...,.,.. ...,,,................ 3 7 Porter, Ieanne ...,,.,,......... ........ 3 7,117,131 Postlewait, Marchella ......,......,....,.........,... 112 Prentice, Patricia .....,.....,.........,....,....... 37,152 Quick, Linda ...... 37,106.113,123.124,l31.167 Ramirez, Tony .........,....,........... 37,134,l46,147 Rasey, lane .....,...,....,..................,..,..... 37,165 Rauschenberger, Sharon ...........,,. 37,125,130 Rayner, Carol .......................... 37,123,124,13l Rea, Hugh ..,............................,......,...,... 37,109 Redmond, Terry .....,...,...,,..,,... 38,120,121,126 Repta, Sharon .... 38,l00,101,109,l18,119,122 Reynolds, Robert ..................,.,.........,..,,...,. 38 Rhodea, Ioe ........,....,..... ......., 3 8,134,136 Rice, Marilyn ....,.. Richard, Dave ....... Richards, lerry ..,..... Rinehart, Patricia .,..... 38,107 38 Rios, Ierry .............,.. ,,..... ..... ....,..,,..,,,,...,., 3 8 Roach, Barckley ...,........,.,.,..,.....,,, 38,106,109 Robertson, Ianice ..,,....................,, 38,116,152 Robertson, Penny ...... 38,106.113.116,123,131 Robertson, Rosemary .......,,.........,, 38,107,152 Robinson, Gwendolyn .,,... ........ 3 8,156 Robison, Karen ...... Rogers, Gary .......... Rogers, Monte ....... Rop, Iulia ........... Rose, Craig ,...... Ross, Iames ...... Royle, Rollo ......... Ruddick, Karen ...,.. Rudick, Kenneth .... Rumohr, Marlene ..,...... Russcher, Loren .... Ryefield, Barbara . Sabin, Linda .......... Sandberg, Roger .... Saxe, Iames ............,.,, Saxe, Iohn ............ Sayles, Rita ......,.... Schmidt, Theodora ...... Schoonbeck, Robert Schouten, Timothy sebum. Philip .,.,...... Scott, Susan ..,....... Scull. Ion ........,,,,,, Seastrom, Peggy ...... Seifert. Alan .......... Seppamaki. Linda Shannon, Sally ,.,,,,,,,,,,, Shedd, Gary ......... Sheifer, Wilma ...,., Sheldon. Alicia ....,,.. Shepard, Lee .,....... Shy, Robert .,......... Siewert, Marilyn .... Simon, Karsten ...,.. Skinner. Patricia .... Slater, Ioan ........... Smith, Dick ....... Smith, Carry ..... Smith, Marcia ....... Smith, Susan ..,...,.. Snyder. Dan .........,. Sonnega, David ...,... Sorchy, Thomas .... Sorenson, Steve ...... Souser, Arlene ...... South. Barbara .......,.. 39 . ...................... 39,109 39,196,109,117,147 39,110 39.110,l12,l15 39,110,112 39,106,132 39.107 .. ............,..,................. 39 39,40,l24,132,134.147 40,132,134,146,147 40.117.166,173 40,117,126,131 . .,.....,....... 40 40,146 40,128,152 40,109,l10,112,126 40,150 40.109,125,126 41 41,112,116.121 41,112 41,116,126,127 41,124 41,109 41 42,1l3,131,152,156,170 Sparrow, Marilyn ..........,,,.......,...,,.......,,,,,., 42 Springstead. Douglas ...........,.................... 42 Squires, Raymond ......... A .,........ 42,109,110 Stack. Kenneth ..... 42,109,1l0,123 Stark, David ........ Stasunas, Ioan ...... Steele, Darlene ...... Stone. Paul .............. Stone, Rachel ........ Street, Ronald ......... Stressman, Earl ......., Strlckler, Glenna ..... Stromstra, Karen .........,.... Strong. Eileen .................... 42,106,112 42,107,130 42,106,112 42,109 . 42,112.125,l52,153,156 42.106,122,l26.152 42,106,ll6,125,128 Stulp, Karen .............. 43,l13.121,l22,l23.l-31 Swanker, Robert .......................................,.. 43 Sweet, lames .......,...... Sydloslrl. Michael ...... Szost. Barbara ............ Szymczyk, William ......, Taulbee, Barbara ..... Taylor, Iudith .......... Teles, Vita ........... Temple, Jerry .......... Terryn, Marlene ........ Thelin, Virginia ..... 43 43 43,109,126 43,126,128 43,129,133 43,109 Thompson, David .........................,.............. 43 Timmlck, Icy ............ 43,118,119,120,122,126 Tindall, Don .............. Tinsle , David ........ Y Tolish, Krank .............. Tousignaut, Iames ....... Towsley. Frank .......... Tracy, Eula ............ Travis, Ioan ......... Uitto, Richard ..... Ulmer, Gloria ........ Aardema, Jacqueline ....... Adams, Bonita .............., Albers, Roman .......... Alderman, Ford ........ Alexander. D. ...,.............. , Alexander. Malcolm Aley. Don ...................... Allard, Keith ............,. Ames. Peggy ..... Anderson. Anderson Anderson Anderson: Anderson, Anderson. Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Anderson. Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson. Beth ........ Bruce ........ Brian ........ Charles Clarelyn ..... Glenna ....... Iames ...... 43,123,132 44 44 44 44 44,106 44 51 51 51 51 51 51.132 51,109,130 51,136 51 Ianice ,.,.,. ........................... 5 1 Karen ...... Kathleen I.. ................. . Pamela 51,107,117 51,116.1 17,1 18,152 51,112,123,130 Patricia ...................................... 5 1 Sally ......... ...... 5 0,5l,123.126,173 Andreason, Karen Andrews, Timothy ....... , Anthony, Luegean ....... Amdt. Bob ..............,... Arnold, Catherine ........ Amold. Clifford ...... Arnson, Shirley ........ Ashendorf, Susan ...... Ashley, Tom .......... Auten, Melody ....., Bailey, Alice ....... Baker. Beth ......... Baker, Diane ...... Baker, Iames ....,.. Baker, Ioycr .......... Baldwin, Dennis ...,... Balentine, Ronald ...... 51,117,125. l33.139.152.169 51,118 51,116 51,107,130 51 51,107 50.51.126 51,130 51 Upton, Connie .......,,,........ Vanderberg. Kenneth Vanderstelt, Richard . 44,190 Vanderstelt, Iohn ......... 44 VanderWall, Marvin .............. 44,125,l32,134 VanderWel, Iames ....... VanderWel, Ianice ...... VanderWier, Ierry .............. VanDonkelaar, Adrian Vanderpott, Victor ,..,.,,. .. Vedders, Karen ............. Veurink, Virginia .,,.. Viraq, Ierome ........ Visser. Iames .,...... Vledder, Shirley ........ Waalkes, Samuel ........ Wacker, Sharon ....... Walker, Linda .,,........ Walters, Darrel ........ Walvoord, Douglas ..... Ward, Archester ....... Ward, Samuel .......,....... Waterhouse, Paul ........ Weatherbee, Nancy Weatter, Nan .....,........ Webber, Randy ......... Weller, Iames .,............. West, Mary .................. Westerlund, Clifford Wheaton, Vera lean .. Whisenant, Patricia ........ White, Brenda ............... 44,134,142 44,133 45,134 45 45 45 45 45 45,125 45,148 45 45,109 45,101,109 118,120,122 147 45 45,151 46,106,113 46.116 46,112,127 46,112 46,129,130 46,106,128 White, Donald ...... White, lean ......,. White, Iudy ............... White, Lila .................... .. Whitney, Rosemary Wibalda, Mary ................ 46.106 107 46.107 46,107,126 46,117 46,120,121,122,126 Wierda, Iulie .,..,...,.,, .....,.,....,............ 4 6.151 Wierda, William ....... ............................ 4 6 Wierenga, Ann ........ Wierengo, Rosemary...-.1 ...... Wiersma, Karen .............. Wikman, Tom ........... Wildie, Diane ....... Williams. Billie .,..,,.. Willson, Linda ......... Wingate, Chaddie Witmer. Sharon ....... Woirol, Ianice ....... Wood, Mary ...... Wood, Iune ...,.... Wood, Robert ........ Wood, William ......... Workman, David ..... Wright, Charles ....... Wright, Iames ....... Yonker, Iohn ....... Zatolokin, Tom ....... Zeeman, Mark .,..... 47,106.117.13l 47,106 47,110 47,110.1 12,121,129 . ...........,.......,..... 47,151 47.116 . ....... 47,110,l52,155 47 47,99 47,146 48,134,150 48,112 48,125,146 Ziarnlro, Roma .......... ....... 4 8,114,121,125 Zimmerman. Kay ...... .... Zonderman, Reinder Zue, Iames .................. fazioz 174485 Barnes, Rose ................................ .---------..---- 5 1 Barron, Carol ...,...........,............,..- .--------.- Y -- 51 Basham, Irene ............ 51.1l2,l17,12l,123,130 Batchelder, Carol ...........,........,..A.------------, -- 51 Bates, Sandra ........ Bauer, Thomas ......... Baughman, Boyd ...... Bayes, Carolyn ...... Beagle, lack ...... Beagle. Karyl ........ Beck. Bonnie .............. Beckman. Robert .,..... Bectol, Patricia ...... Beehler, Ianet ........ Beetham, Roy ............ 51 51,109 51 51 51,106 51,107 51,152 52,121 Benham, Carol ............. ...........------- 5 2.129 Bennetts, Richard ......... ...,......,.....----------.- 5 2 Berg, Thomas ...,........ ....,.. 5 2,107,132,146 Beroza, Ianet ......,... .......,....--..-------. 5 2 Bess, Barry ................... .........- 5 2 Billington, Ruthann .........--, , .--,---- 52 Bishop, Iames ............ ............,-..-- 5 2.132 Bjorklund, Dale ........ ....... 5 2,106,109,115 Blodgett, S. .............. . Bloomstrom. Marie ....... Bogert, Mary ............. Bogue, Thelma ......... Bonifield, Kenneth ....,.,. Bont, Allan ............... Bont, Richard .............i. Bordeaux. Arlene ...,..... Borgeson, Ianet ........ Bourdo, Karen ..,..... Bovman, Linda ...... Bovich, Andrea ...........,,..... Bowen, Barbara I. ....... Bowen, Barbara I.. ...,.. . Boynton, Betty .....,..... Brahman, Herbert ..,..... Brandt. Barbara ............,,,, Brevninger, Pamela ......... 52 52 52 52.146 52 52 52,106 50,52,120,121,123 ,. ........., 52,132 52,107,115 52,107 Brewer, Ronald ........ Briggs, Roberta ...... Brislrom, Iudy ........... 48,113,131 48 52.146 Broughton, Bill ..........,.. .............. 5 2.134. 150 Brouhard, Iacquelyn Broutman. Lana Kay Brow, David ..................... Brown. Beverly ......... .. Brown, Iewel ..... , .... Brown, Sharon ...... ,... . .. Brustad, Iacueline ........ Brzycki, Larry ...,....... Buaghman. Boyd ..... Buckner, Duane ....... Buckner, E. .................. . Buclcwald, Sandra ....... Buit, Ierry ................... Bunnell, Brian ........ Burden, Carolyn ....... Burdick, N. ,..,......... . Burgess, Paul ............ Burmeister, Carol ...r. Burns, Glenda ........ Burr, Sharon ....... Burt, Marian ........... Burt. Pearlene ........ Bush, Carol ......... Buter, Cheryl .......... Butterfield, Caren ..... Buttermore, Larry ,....... , Buttermore, I. .,.,.,..,,.. . Caris, Iames .......... Carlisle, Ann .........,... Carlson, Christine .... Carlson, Ronald ....,.. Carlson, Thomas ...... Carmean, B. ,........ . Carter, Ioyce ,......... Ceton. I. ................,..,.... . Chadwick, Thomas ....... Chidester, Mike .....,.. 52,107 52,113,119,121.131 52,118,128 52.115 52 112 52 52 52 52 52,107 52 52,112 52 52 52.133 52 52.107 53,128 53,117 53 53 53,107,123 53,l18.12l.150,175 53.152 53 53.150 Cirner, Darlene ........ ............... 5 3 Clark, Iames ...,..... Clarke, Arthur ..... Clish, Willene ...... Clover, Ianice ,..,.. Cogar, Iames ....... Colburn, Sandra ...... Cole, Ioyce ................ 53.136 53,109 53,109,1l3,131 Comstock, James ...................... ,............ ..... 5 3 Cone, Larry ................ Connelly, Fred ..... Conrad, Diane ...... Cook, Clifford ....... Cook, Harry ...... Cook, Ianet ,.......... Cook, Shirley ......... Cooke, Donald ..... Cope, Claudia ...... Corliss. Stanley ..,... Corpe, Carol .......v. 50.53,134,l35,142,150 53,106 53 53,132 53 53,136 53,109,113 Corpe, P. .,.,........... .........,,............,,........... 5 3 Coston, Carole ......,....,............ 53,107,116.13l Countiss, Iudy ..,....... 53.109,110.116,123,126 Courter, Clifford ............................. ............ 5 3 Crago, Richard ........ Cramer, Donald ...... Crawford, Carolyn ...... ........ 5 3,115,117,127 Crawford. Louise ........ ...,....... 5 3,152,153 Crist, Patricia ...............................,,....... 53,113 Critchett, Linda .,...........,......................,....... 53 Crosby, Mike ...........,.. 50,53,134,136,139,150 Cross, Dan .......... ............... 5 3,134,136,147 Cross, Peggy ...,.... ............,.................... 5 3 Crothers, Daniel ............................ 53,107,146 Curtis, Kathryn .................,...........,......,..,,.,. 53 Dahlstrom, Marsha ...,,,...........,........,.....,,,.., 53 D'Alcorn, Iudy .......... 53,1l7,123,l25,130,169 Daniels, B. ....................,..,....,.,,,...,.,..,,,,.,,,.,. 53 Dausman, Maruin . .,.... . Davis, Alan .............. Davis, leanine ...,.. Dawson, Helen ....... Deboer, Gerald ........ Deboer, Neil .......... Deboer, Robert ........ Decker, Iames ....... Dejonge, Dayna ...... Dekker, Carol ....... Dekker, Denny ........ DeLong, Gloria ..r,.,........ Demos, Constantine 53 54,107 54,152 54,102,109 54 54,130 54,107 54,107 DeMuro, Alan .............. ........... 5 4,118,123 Derks, Ruth ............... DeVette, Iudy ....... 54,107.1 12,114 DeVries, Ioanne ....,..,,. ......,........ 5 4,116,121 DeVries, Kathleen ....... ........ 5 4,106,113,121 DeWald, Iim ..,........ DeWald, Patricia ........ Dewey, Iames ...... DeYoung, Kay ,..... DeYoung, Ron ..,,.... DeYoung, William . Diederichsen, lanet 54,106 54,116,126 54,ll5,118,119 54,106 54,l07.113,131 54 Dixon, L. ..................,. ,.... Dodge, Susan ........,. Dolliver, Bruce ........ Dolloway, N. ........... . 54 54 54 Dowell, Alphonso ..,...., .,,,,,., 5 4 Downs, Iudy ......,,..,. ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 4 Druif, David .,........., ,.,..,.,,,.,,,,,,, 5 4 Duckett, Iackie ....,..,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,., 5 4 Duliban, Edward ....,,, ,,,,,,,. 5 4,136,147 Dykstra Mar , y .....,..,. Edlund, Ardis ..,,... Edwards, Gay ...... Eely, Carole ...... Eely, George ...,..,.. Elliott, William ........ Emmons, Dennis ...... Engle, David ...... Erbes, Diane ......... Erickson, Ruth ....... 54,130,131 54,127 . ........ 54,109,150 54,146 54,l06,1l3,123 Erickson, William ....... Espinoza, Thomas , ,.,.. Essenbaggers, Elaine Essenburg, Marcelyn Evans, Carol ......,,.......... Evans, Sue ......... , .,...,.. . Farran, Betty ....... Ferski, Mike .......... Fields, Wayne ,... .... Fifolt, Harry ......... Filius, Larry ............ Firestone, David ...... Fisher, Linda ...,.... Fisher, Richard ........ Flickema, Carol ...... Flickema, Lois ...... Flood, Shirley ....,. Flowers, George ...... Foreman, Roy ....., Forton, Sherry ...... Fox, Bob ................ Frasier, Donna ,...... Fredrick, Ioyce ........ Freeman, Donald ........ Fry, Donald .....,........ Fuller, Iohnna ...,.. Galbreath, Ierry ..... Garbow, Sharon ...... Gardner, Barbara ...,... Gardner, Gloria ..,... Gaul, T. ............... . Gaunt, Sally ..,..... Gause, Clifton ....., Gay, Linda ............ Gee, Cathryn .......... Gee, Esther ,................ Gelakoske, Patricia ....... Gerard, Lee ..... .........,. German. Sandra ...,.. Gibner, Iames ............, Gienappe, Karen ......., Gilbert, Neil ..........., Gilles ie Rub P . Y ------- Glover, Dorothy .......... Goetchius. Dorothy ........ Goldsmith, Ioni ...,...... Gomez, Connie ....... Goodman, Pat .,.... Gorham, Iudy .....,. Goryl, Bob ......,......... Graham, Linda ....... Grams, Carol ......,. Grant, William .....,. Gravitter, Sharon ......,. Green, Robert ....,.,.. Greene, Sandra ..... Grim, Dons ..,..... ,. Grimm, Fred ....,..,. Grimm, Gordon ...,.... Griswold, Iames ,..... Grunke, S. .....,.,...,,,,.., , Gudelsky, Roger ....... Guikema, Rolland ..... Guss, Betty ,......,..,,., Gustafson. William Guyar, Bonnie ........,..,. .,,, Harra, Sally ...,.,.,,..,,. Haga, lanette ....... Hager, David .......... Halfpenny, Robert ..... Hall, Cherie .....,..... Hamer, Anne ......., Hansen, Shirley ,,... Hanson, Peter ......,.. Hardick, Eloise ....,.. Hare, Donna ...,........... Harryman, George ,... Hart, William ............. Hartman, Dottie ...... Hasper, Nancy ..,.... Haverluk, Rose ........ Hayes, Larry ........ 54 54 54 54 54 54 54,107 54 54 54,121 54,147 54 54 55,106 55,117 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55,107 55,109 55,107,117 55,l02,123,l3l 55 55 55,117,126,166,173 55,131 55,114 55,117,123,125 55,118,119,127 , .... 55,115,119,1Z7 55,107 55 55,107 55 55,107 55,107 55,127,131 55,126 136,147,166 55,109 55,109 55,110,171 55,106,115 55,109,110,1l9,123 56,107 146 56 56 107 56 118 56 56 56,116 56 56,128 56 56,107 56 Hazekamp, Larry .... Hazelmyer, Bonnie ., Hellman, Sharon ...... Helm, Richard ....... Helman, Iudy .......... Hempstead, Susan ......, .,.... 5 6,107,128 Henderson, Rochelle Hendryx, Iackie ...... Hentsch Herbert. Herlein, el, Ianice .... Ann .......... Nance ....... Hermann, Ianet ..... Herrada, Lupe ....... Higbee, Geneva ...... Hill, Lois ........,........ Hilliard, Hiltz, Io Kay ....... Ann ....... Hines, Gary ....,.... Hislop, Daniel ....,.... Hoarse, D. ...,...,...... . Hoffman, Gwen ...... Hogan, Linda ..... Holdren, David ........ Hollar, Dayle ......,,... Hollenbeck, Richard Holloway, Iohn .............. Holmberg, Ann ...,.... Holmberq, Gordon .. Homer, Honore, Hooker. Lee ............, Phillip ....... Iames ....... Hopkins, Homer .,... Hoskin, Hosler, D. .......... . Russell ....... House, David .............. Housem an, Larry ....,.. Howard, Iames ....... Howard, Marvin ...... Hradsky, Ion ........... Hughes, Harvey ...... Hughes, Shirley ......... Huizenga, Darlene .. Huizenga, Iohn ...,.... Humphreys, Ioan .... Hunt, Craig .......,..... Hurley. Pegeen ....... Hutchins, Carol ....... Hutchins, Roy .......,. Isley, Gloria ..,....,... Israel, Laurence ..,,.. Iacobs. lacobs, Iacobs, Carol ........... Iudy ........ Sharon ....... Iarles, Thomas ....... Iarvi, G erald ....... Iarvis, Glen ....., Ielier, Gail ...,... Iensen, Iensen, Paul ....... Regina ...,... Iensen, Robert .......... Iohnson, Charlotte .. lohnson, Iohnson, Dorothy .... Iohnson, Gerald ...... Iohnson, Ioanne ..... Iohnson, Karen ....... Iohnson, Lana .,....... Iohnson, Richard .... Iohnson, Sandra ..... Iohnson, Sherry ..... Iohnson, Sue ........ Iones, L inda .,....... Iones, Patricia ........ Iomo, Ioan ,,..,.... ...... Iosephson, Ierry ...... lowers. Robert ........ Iosephson, Iudy .,... Karel, Marvin .......... Keglovitz, Carolyn .. Keiser, Donna ......... Kelly, Sharon ..... Kem, Billie ........ Donna .......... 56 56 , ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,............ 5 6 56,123 56,106,121 56,112,128 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56,113 ,. ,.,,.. 56,116,121 56,109 56,109 56,146 56 56 56 56 56,142 56 58 132 56,109 58 56 56,115 57,107 57 57 57 57 57,123 57 57,116 57 . .,,., ....... 5 7 57,107 57,131 57 57 57,109 57 57,107,117 57,117,173 57,151 57,129 ., ,...........,,,,....... 57 57,107,115,1l7 57 112 119 123 57,107 57 57 57,112 57 57 57 57,127 Schwass. Ioanne Ober, Thomas ............ Kidner. Dan ..... Kieit. Marilyn ...... Kienke. Herbert ...... King. Louis .......,...., 57,124 57 57 57 107 Klevering. Marva ...., ,..,......... .......... . Knoohuizen, Sam ., Kolberg, Kristine ...........,., Koolovitz, Nancy Koomen, Ruth ............. . Koutnik, B. .......,..... , Krannitz, Kay ............. Kronlein, Sheryl ........ Krumwiede. Roy .,.,.... Kuhn. Ted .................. Kurtz, David ....... Kymes, Iudith ...... Lake. Ianet ,,,..,,,,,,,, Larabel. Barbara ...... Larsen. Curtice ...... Larsen, Iackie ......... Larson, laxnes ......... Law, George ....... Lawrence, Joe ........, Leeds, Sue .............. Leutscher. Lorrie .... Levine. Mary .......... Lewis, Donald ........ Lindsey, Patricia .... Link. Carole ........... Linton. Daniel ...... London, Rosie ......... Lowden, Muriel ....... Lubbers, Alvin ....... Luther, Lynn ...,... Lutrey. Nancy ........ Lynch, Brauen ..,.... Lyon, Patricia .......,..... Mackenzie. Lynda ..,..... Maclean, Howard ...,.. Maitland, Pauline ......... Malcuit, Rosemary ....... Malsberry, Sandra . Mapes. Iune .,,......,.,... Marek. Larry .......... Maring. Thomas .. Marshall, Iames .Qfffl Martin. 1. ......r........ . Masar. Iohn ......... Mattiolk, I, . ,,,,.,,,,,, ,, Mattson. Barbara ...... McCallum. Neil .... McClain, Dan ......... McDonald, Linda ...... McElyea, Wa ne y ......... McGuire, Geannette ......... Mclfeen, Douglas ......,. McPhee. 1. ..............,.. . McRoberts. Marva ......... Meade. Mary .,,,,,,,,,,,,, Medema. Lee ........, Meeusen, Larry ..... Merriman. D. ...... . Meyers, Dick ...,... Meyers, Ianet ...... Meyers. Mary ........ Mezynski. Karen ....... Michele. Bill ........... Milcan. Bonnie ......... Mrlas, Emil .......... Miletich. Fran ..... Mines. Gerald ...,..... Mitchell. B. .......... . Minnieiield, I. ,,,,. , Monroe. Lewis ...... Monroe. Ralph ...,... Morrell, Harrison ....,. M0Il'i80n. lanyce ....... Mortensen. Betty ........ Mota. Ramona ....... Movey. Paula ........ Mowers, Robert ...... Muckey. Betty ......... 57.107,123,128,152 ............................ .. 57 57.110 58,131 58,106,112 58,142,150 58.151 58 58 58,109 58 58 58,132 58,118,119,120.121 58,110,152 58,125 58,109 58 58 58,113,123 58,109,110.126 58,107 117,129 58,127,131 58,133 58,113 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58,136 58,123,132 58,110,112 58,107,117 58,109.132.134 58,147 58,110 58 59,106 59 59 59,132 . ...... 59 59 59.107 59 59.132 59,116 59,107 59,131,171 Mulder. Marva ....... Muller, R. ........... . Musk, Larry ....... Nash, T. C. .... . Neal, Dick ........... Near, Dennis ....... Neel, Richard ..... Nelson, Bruce ........ 59.107 47,132 59 59,123 59,148 59109118134148 ' ' 'ssfuo Nelson. David ............ ......................... Nelson, Raymond .... Nevins, Barry .......... Newell, Dave ........ Nichols, Allred .......... Nickisch. Sherwood Norton, Ioanne ......... Norton, Lorraine ....... . Novotny, Nancy ...... N yuli. Ruth ............. Obenaul, Sharon ....... Oestman, Kathy ........ Ogle, lim ................ Ohst. Sharon ...... Oliver, Charles ...,.. Olson, Barbara ..... Olson, Fred ........ Oosting, Iohn ..... Orcutt, Penny ........ Osborne, Zola ...,,...., Ouellette, Sandra .. Ouwerkerlr. Ruthann Ouwerkerk, Ianice .. Palmer. Iohn ..,....,.... Parsons, Charles .... Pastor, Robert ........ Pastori, Diane .,........,. Patitucci. Ioseph ...... Pavlolf, Lyle .......... Pearson, Barb ........ Pedersen. Linda ....... Pedler. Mike .......... Pendell, Bill ............. Pengilly Carolee .,,.,,..,...,, Perron. Phyllis ,..... Perry. Arlene ........ Perry, Tom ......,..... Perry, Wanda ...,...... Peterman, David ..... Peters. Randall ...... Peterson. Selah .,..... Pettersson, Sharon ....... Pieiiier. Gabriele ....... Pickel, Betty ..,....... Pletcher, Tom ........ Plumhoil, Brian ...... Policlra, Tom .......... Pollack, Iudith ...... Poole. Patricia ........ Price, Ted ........... Puhaiski. S. .,,........ . Pummel, Harvey .,.,.... Rademaker. Iohn ...... Rameau. Louis ...... Ramirez, Mary ...... Rau, Christine ......, Rawdon, Sandra ...... Reclmagel, Ross ...... Reed, Gary ............. Reed. Mike ......... Rice. leanie .......... Rieben. Gary ........... 117 59 .... 59,142 59,117 59,l13,118,119 59,116,128 59.116 59,124 59 59 59 59-159 59,136 59 59 59,109,118,121,128 59,107 59 60 121 60,131 134,142,147 60,142 60,109,118,121,123 60 60 60,116 60,109,150 60,159 60,106,175 50.60.171 .. .,.......,..... 60,116 . ....,.............. 60 50.60,118,123 60 60 60 60 60.113 60,134,150 50.60 60,109 Rios, I. .......................,..,.,,....,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,., ,,,,, 5 0 Roberts, Gene .... 60,107.134,137,139.142,l47 Robinson, Carrie ,........,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Robinson. Ron ..................................,..,,.,.,... 60 Rock. Iuan ..,..,..,...,.,,,,,,, Rodriguee. Ramira ..,.... Rogers. Betty ............. Rollins. Pamela .,.... Rose. Randolph ...... Ross, William ........ Rowe, Phyllis ..... 60.115 60,106,116 60,146,147 60,115 Rubinslry, Linda ....... .. Salisbury. David Sanborn. Fred ....... Sapp, Robert .......... 60,113,131 60.112.132 60 107 116 Saunders, Peg ........... ....... . . Schaeler, Kathleen Scheiber. Dennis ...... Schleben. lames .... Schluter. Iohn ........ Schneider, Virginia 60.109 60.146 60,109 60.115 Schmuker. Dennis ...,.... ............................ 6 1 Scholle. Lydia ........ Scholz, Nancy ........ Schoten. D. ............... .. Schreiber. Virginia Schott, Marzieh ........ Schuitema. Max .... Schutter, Lindia ..... 61,113.1 16.124 61 61.107 61.146 61,109,112 Schwan, Rebecca ........ ....... 6 1,109,110 Scott. Scott, Seege Pamela ........ Suzanne ....... ....... r, Phyllis ...,.. Seelye. Ethel ...... Sent. Senlro Sue ............... w. Walter ....... Sevrey. Robert ...... Shand, George ...... Sheesley, Dan ...,.... Shrum. Pat .......... Simon Six. B ton, B111 ........ IUCS .............. Slicker, Phyllis ...... Smeed, Iill ................. .. Smeltekop, Duane Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Snelle Edward ......... Ianet ............ .................... .. 61 61.106 61.110.1l7,152 61,119,126 61 61.136 61 61 61,109 61,109,110 Linda .............. ,.,.,..,,..... 6 1,129 Margaret ....... .. Mary Lou ....... Mike ............ Shelia .......... Shirley ....... n. Barb ............. Sorensen, Gerald ..... Snow, Cheryl ......... Sparks, Carolyn .... Spenc Spira. Spira. er. Tyrone ....... Dan .............. Don ......,....... Spurgat. Cynthia ...... ....... 61,116,119 61,109 61,133,159 61.128 61,106 61 61,110.119.126 Starks, Richard ............ ..................... 6 1 Steigenga. Charles 61,146 Steiner. Mary 10 ....... ....... 6 1.119.121 Stenseng. Ieanine ........ Stever, Iune .............. Stewart. Iacqueline Stidham. Darlene ..... 61.107 61.128 61,107 61 Stonq. P. ..................... ..............,...... 6 1 Strandberg. Ferna Street. Susan ......... 61,109,116.123 Strong, Yvonne ..,,.... ,..,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1,107 Sullivan, lim ......... Sullivan. Robert ....... Swanson. Karin ........... Swartzlander. Glenn ....... Swift, Nancy ......... Swhwartz. K. ......... . Swirsky. Mike ........... Sydloski, Madeline Tamulis, Walter ....... Taylor. Betty .......... Taylor, Patricia ...... Taylor, Nancy ........ Taylor, Terry ...... Thies, Carl ....... Thies, loyce ........ Thiea. ludy .............. '1'hieS. Larry ............... Thomas. Gerald ....... Thomas, Roberta ..... Thompson. Allan ...... 61,136 62,110 62,170 62,159 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62,109 Thuniors, Brenda ...... Thunfors, lean .,...... Thurston, D. ........... Y Timmer, Marcia .......,. Tindall, Darlene ..,.,.. Tischler, Lynn ........ Titus, David .,.......,.. Toppen. Harvey .,..... Torrans, Kathie ...... Torrent, Lynn ...,..... Tourcotte, Ioan .....,. Townsend, lim .....,,..,. Townsend, Sandra ,...... Trebilcock, Chris ...,... Treutler, Marilyn .,.,... Tromp, Gerald ...,,.. Tufts, Robert .,........ Twiest, Gertrude ..,... Twining. Gary .....,.,... Tyrrell, Carolyn ...,... Ulmer, Ianice ............. Underwood, Annie ....... Upson, Millie ............. Usmial, Carolyn ....... Utzinger, Iohn ......,. Utzinger, Sue ...,..,..... Van Dam, Gary ........... Vander Laan, Peter ...... Vander Leest, Garry .... Vander Laan, Robert .... Vander Leest, Larry ...... Vander Molen. Kenneth Vander Pott. I. .....,....... . Absher, Shelia ..... Agerstrand, Gerald l..,.... All, Kay .........,............... Allard, Ron ..........,.... Alstrom. Charles ......... Amburgey, Howard ...... Anderson. Anderson Anderson. Anderson, Anderson. Anderson, Alice ..,....,,.. Sherry ..... Donn ...,.,.. IoAnne ....... Mary ........ Sharon ........ Carlson. Andi ee, William ....... Andrews, Pam .......... Appel, Sharon .............. Archambault, Gerald .... Archambeau, David ....... Ashley, Margaret .,...,... Baars, Delbert ....,..,... Bailey, Donald ....,. Baker, Phillip ...... Baker, Richard ...... Baker, Ronald ....,...... Baldwin, Robert ....... Barclay, Bruce ....... Barding. Sharon ....... Barhitte. Lucy ........ Barker, Lee ........ Bartol, Mike ..........,. Bartrand, Nancy ....... Basham, Barbara ..... Bates, Arthur .......... Bates, Barbara ......... Bathrick, Sharon .,...., Beck, lim ................... Beckstrom, Shirlyn ....... Beckwith, Diane ....... Beesing, Kathryn ....,.. Bell, Iudie .............. Benedict, Sandra ...... Bensinger, Tom ..... 62,113,124,l31 62,106,127 62,123,124 62,152 62,118,121 62,130 62,109,116 62,107 62,109 62,152,159 62,125,152 62,107 62,152 62,132 62 62 62 62 62 62 66 66 66 66 66,109,117 66,100 66.107 66.152 66,107 66,l07,116,152 66,123 66,146 66 66 66 66 66 66 66,117 66 66 66 66 66 66 66,114 66 66 66 66,107 66,107,123 66,172 109 Vander Sys. Cherie ................ 62,113,l17,171 Vander Velde, Beverly ...............,........ 63.105 Vanderwest. Iames .... Van Dongen, Bill ....,.., Van Dyke. Sandra ...... Van Dyke. Steven ........ Van Riper, Sharon ...... VanTrepott, Iudy ..... Vargas, Leonard .......... Veitenheimer, Bill ........ Veldman, Ierry ......... Visscher, Marilyn ..,...... Vredeveld, Douglas .... Wade. Michael .....,...... Wagenmaker, Ianice .. Wallace, Celester ........ Wallace, Pauline ........ Walker, Denise ......... Walsworth, Brian ......,.. Wardell, Carolyn ..,...... Wassum, Gerald ...... Way, Patricia ....... Wayer, Ron ............ Weaber, B. ,........... Weaver, Ronald ,...... Weber, Geraldine ....... Welch, Dave E. ..,,.,. . Wells, Sandra ...,... Werner, Ardith ......,.. Westedt, Karen ..,....., Wheeler, David ....... White, Beverly ...,. White, Roger ...... 63,115,123 63 117,131 63 63 63 63,106 132 109,110,123 63 63 63,118 63,107 63,109 63 63,116 63 63,116 63,123,132 63,107 63 63 63 Wiard, Carmen .,...,.. Wichter, Shirley ...... Wickerink, Sally ...,.......... 63,109 63,l06,l20,12l,123 Wierengo, Andrew ............................,. 63.118 Wierengo, Mary Lou .,............ 63.107,132,152 Wikman, Ruth ,........ ....... Wikman, Tom ,....... ..,... Wilcox, Karen ..,.,. Wilde, Iudy ,............. Wildfong, Iudith ....,. Wildiong, Kay ..... 63,110 63 63,130 63,127 63,127 Willett, Iohn ..,...... ..............................,,.... 5 3 Williams, Al ................ 50.63,1U9,112,121.123 Wilson, Carol Ann ...A.....,.,..,... 63.107,116,117 Wilson, Dewitt ...........,,...................,....... ---- 5 3 Wilson, Georgia ............, ................ 6 3.133 Wiltenburg, Barbara ........ ......l..... 5 3 Witham, Wayne .......... Wittkopp, lane ..........., Wohllord. Bonnie ....... Woldring. Carma ....... Woller, Linda .......... Wood, Paula .,.,.,.. Wood, Shirley ..,...,,.. 63,106 63,113 63.97.112 63 63 63 Woods, Gene ...,,........ ...--.-- 5 3 Woodward. Robert ...,.................................. 64 Worthing, Wilma ......................,,..l............. 64 Wright, Russ ...,....,,....... 60,109,118.119.123 Wynbelt, Walter ...... ......,.......................... 6 4 Zachariason, Iane ..... Zack, Donald .......... Zellar. Carol ......... Zinn, George ......... qafiwmoze Zaafexr Benson, Wayne ......, Berghuis, Marcia ...... Berghuis, Sam ........... Berglund, Pamela ...,.... Bibbs, Sossie .....,,...... Bice, Charlotte . Bisard, Allred ....... Black, Aloys ........... Blaine, Patricia ....,.,.. Bloc, Ianice .... ......,., , . Boatman, Russell ......., Babbitt, Kelly ............. Bolt, Bill ...........,..... Bolthouse, Ann ..... Boltz, Ioan ..,.......... Booker, William ....... Borgeson, Bonnie ........ Borgeson, Ray ........... Boms. Darlene .,.... Bouma, Karen ....... Bour, Gloria ............... Bouwman, Daniel ...,.,. Bouwman, Tom ,....... Bouwsma, Kathy .,.... Bowen, Bill ........... Bowen, Iames ........ Boyd, Carol .........., Boyd, William .....,. Branch, Sharron .......... Brand, Iames ,...,............... Brantman. Shirleyanne ...... Brezinski, Donald ........ Brezinski, Iudy ........ Bricker, Cherrie ....,,.. Brillhart, Harry ......... Briskorn, Ianice ....... Brondyke, Antje ....... Brooks, Brown. Brown. Brown, Elsie ......... Boyd ...... Carol ......... Loudoris, ...... 66.117 66 66 66 66,106,110 66,117 66 65.67.121 67,107,152 67 67,121 67 67,123 67,109 67,109 67 67,116 67 67 67 67 67,115 67,116 67,109,115 67 67 67 67 67,152 Brown, Philip .......... Brown, Ruthann .......... Buikema, Richard ....., Burch, Charles ......., Burns, Robert ......., Burt, Leonard ........ Buss, Sue ..........,... Buzas, Ianice .,.,.... Callery, Francis ....,.. .. Camastos, Loretta ......... 64 64.107 64 67 67,140 67 .. ............ 67,144 67,115,123 67,133 67,l07,l16.1l7,172 Carey, Eugene . ..l.... ...l.l..............----------- 5 7 Carlisle. Carlisle Carlson. Carlson, Carlson Phyllis .......... Richard ......., Barbara ........ Iames ......... , Kay ................ Sandra ............, Cederquist, William ...... Chapman, Marilyn ....... Christiansen, Mary Lou 67.106 67.116 67,107 67 67,107 67,128 Christophersen, Iames ...... .------- 6 7.106.115 Cisler, Carolyn .............. Clark, Kay .................... Clarke, Pat ..,.... Clarke, Tom .......... Clayton, Dennis ...... .. Cleveland, Esther .....,.. Cline. Meredith ...,.... Clover, Bobbie ..... Cochran, Ronald ...... Cole, Gary ,........... . Cole, Stella ..,..... Collins, Marva ...... Cone, Sherri .,.... Cook, Holly ....,,. Cook, Iames ...... Cook, Sharon ....... Cooper, Barb ........... Cooper, Harriet ........ Cooper, Sharon ....... Cooper, Stanley ...... ,. ............ 67,107 67,152 67 67,140 67 67 68,133 68 68,127 68,107 68 68,140 68,107 68 68,133 68 Jiles, Laura ..,...,.......Y.. .... Hammond, Richard ......... ........ 7 0,106,109 Cope, Doug .,......... Corey, Gordon ...... Cory, Dennis ......... Corpe, Jerry ............. Cotton, Carlander ...... Counsil, Wilma . ...... .. Courim, Bruce .......,. Cramer, Jacquelyn ....... Crane, R. ................., . Cukler, L. ......................... . Cunningham. Joyce .,...... Curow, Jerry .....,........., Cuttler, Linda ........... Dalson. Barbara ....... Danhoi. Charles ....... .. Daniels, James ..... Daniels. Jill ..,..... David. Janis ...... Davis, Shirley ....... Dean, George ....... Decker, Florence ..... ,. Decker, James ,..... Deiouw. Carol ..... Degner, Wayne ,,,,,,. DeGroot, Cecil ...... Dekker. Dale ...,.... Dekker, Kathy DeLong, Jera ......., Demos, Elene ..... DeVries, Janis DeWitt, David DeWitt, Joanne DeYoung, Phyllis Devoung, Shirley 'fffffff Dibble, Charles ....... Dobb. Jack .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Doctor, Stanley ....,.... Dodd. Marfaye Dodds. Michael Dolislager, David Doubles, George Doughten, Don ...., Downs, Sharon Drelles, Charmaine 68,140 68 68 68 68 68.112 68 68 68 68 107 68,107 68,109,132 68,124 117 68 68,107 68,140 68,114.152,155 68,140 68,106,117 .- ........ 68,123 68,117 68 68 68 68,107 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69,ll6,1l7.128 Druker, Sandi .,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,4,,, 6 9.152 Drust. Francis . Duna, Barbara Duncan, James ..... DuVal, Charles ..,.. Dwyer, Judy ...... Dykema, Linda Dykema, Robert ....,,.. Dzur. Sandra ...,..... Eaves, Suzanne ..., .. Elliott, Virginia ..... Ellis, Joseph ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Entsminger, Betty . Erickson, Joanne Erickson, Rick .....,. H Erxleben, Wayne . Esh, Sally ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, H Essebaggers, Richa Evans, Alfred .........,........ Evans, Joyce .,..,.,,,,.,,,., Farmer. Larry .......,... . F azalrerly, Pamela ...... Fearnley, Sandra Ferguson. Larry Fielstra, John ..,...... Fierros, Rudy ...,... Fisher, Rosalie ......... Fitzgerald, Ricky ..... Flannery, Dave ....... Florence, Judith .. Flowers, Freeman Flowers, James ..... Foose. Linda .......,. Fox. Janice ,................ Franklin, Jeanette ......,, Franklyn, Terry ...... Fredricksen, George Freeman. Gilbur .r........ rd ..,.... 69,107 69 69,107,117 69,107 69,115,172 69.109,115,123 69,121 69,114 69,136 69.107 69 69 69 69,127 69 69,130 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69,107 69 69 69 69 69 69 Fresby, Sandra ........ Freye. Thomas ...,.... Froats, Ruth . ..,.... .. Furbush, Mike .......... Garlough, Deatra .... ,...... . .. 69,l07,121,127 69,106,117 Gauther, Mary Lou . ,..... .......,.....,........ 6 9 Gee, Sandra ...........,..... .....,.. 7 0,107,133 George, Barbara ...... Gereaux, Jerry A... , German, Willie ,..,... Gerndt. Carolyn ...... Gibner, Barbara ..,,.. Gilbert, Jack ........, Gill, Bob .,............. Gillard, William ....., Golayda, M. ........... . Gomez, Marilyn ...... Gonyo, George ........ Goodrich, Gene ...... Goranson. Mary ....... Gorven, R. .........,,. . Gorenilo, John ....... Gould, Sharon ...... Gowen, Roberta ...... Grant, Richard ......,, Grant, Thomas ........ Gray, Larry ........... Gray, Sandra ....... Green, Charles ........ Green, Robert ....... Greene, Bill ,.......,,.,., Greer, Virginia ........ Grewe, Pat ..,........ Griffith, Nancy ........ Grimm, William ...... Gronberg, John ........... Groover, Delores .....,.. Guerrero, Alberto ......, Guerrero, Esequil .. Guibord, Gweynne ...,.......,.... . Gunderman, Judy ................,... 70.140 70,107,129 70 70 70 70 70 70 70,128 70 107 133 , , 70 70 70 70,116 70 70 70 70,116 70,106,115 107 114 70.l07,l16,l2l 70.116,1l7.128 Gustaison. Ruth Ann ....., ............, 6 5.70, 106, Gustafson, Sally ....., Haan, D. ................... . Haight, Donna ..,.,........ Halasinski, Victoria ...,.. Hall, David ...............,.. Hall, M. .......,........... . Hall, Sherry ..............,.. Hamel, Roger .................. Hamstra, Sue ....... Hansen. Dennis .... 115,123,128 70,133 70,133 70,123,171 70,106,117 70,146 70,136 Hansen, Diane .......,..... ....,.,., 7 0,129,130 Hansen. Douglas ...,.,.. Hansen, Ronald ....... Hanson, Pete ........ Hardy, Darwin ..... Hare. lean ........... .. Harker, Kathleen ....... ..........,.., 7 0,115 Harnichny, G. ...... . Harris, Rosemary ..,.... ...,.... Hartman. Christine Hartman, Linda Hartwell. Richard . Harvey, Richard ....... Haughey, Jean ..... Hawkins. Thomas Hayes, James ..,....... Heisser, Jeanne Helm, Carol ...,..... Helton, Ron ...,....... Hen-tmick, Pam ...... Henderson, Betty ........ ,,..,.. Henderson, Perry . Hendrickson, Doren Hendryx, Dennis .,....... Heneveld, Gretchen ,............... Henion, 6 Phyllis .......... ...... Henry, Jack .,.......... ...................... 7 1 Henry, Shirley ...... 70,140 70,109 70 70.106,112.1l6 70.115,12l,175 71,121 71 71 71,144 71 71,1l0,ll5.119 71,127 71,130,133 71,140 71,117,123,167 71,129,130 Herbert, Ruth ...... Herlein, Steve ..,... Herrera, Fil ....... Hewitt, Larry ...... Hill, Wayne ...,. Hilt, Bruce ............ Hislop, Carol ...,.. Hitchcock, Bert ........ Hixon, Larry .r....... Hlodan, Pat ........-...---- Hoaglund, David ....... Hodges, Patricia ...... Hoekenga, Daniel ...,., Hoeker, James ...........- Hoerle,' Nancy ........--.-- Hollander, Richard ..,.... Holloway, Virginia Holman, Karen .......,... Holmberg, William ........ Holmgren, Fred ......... Homield, Shirley ....... Hopma, Byron ........ 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 110,115 71,152 71 71,133 71 71,109 71,116,l17,l24 71,121,123 71 107 140 Hogkg' Lynn ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,....,............. ............. 7 1 Hosler, Cleo .............. 71,107,110,116,129,130 Houck. Stanley ,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,.......... ....... 1 09.114 Howell, Carl ,..,... .......................... 7 1,121 Hufiman, B. ..... . Hughey, Jean ...... Hughes, June .,...,. Humy, Walter ....,. Hutchins, H. Hyde, Sharron ...... Imbault, Jim ...... rndgier, Bin .....,...,... Irvine, Larry ......,........ Japenga, Carolyn ,..... Jensen, Barbara ...... Jensen, David ..,.... Jensen, Terry ........... Johnson. Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson. Johnson. Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson I a Barbara ., Carla ....... ..... Dale ..... Donald Eddie ,..... Jerry ...... John ....,. Karen ....... Patricia ....... Rodney ........ Susan ....... Wanda ...,,... Jolman, Dennis ..,.... Jones, Betty .............. Jones, Miranda ...,.,.. Jonio, Carol ......... Joppie, Saundra ..... Jorgensen, Jim ...... Jowers, Wanda ....... Jury, Marian ....... Kahlo, Jack ...,.. Karnitz, Mike .,...... Karppinen, Tim ....,.. Kaub, Karen ..,...., Kelly, Jim ......,.............. Kempton, Marilyn ......... Kendrew, Mary Ann ......... Kennedy, Kathleen ......,. Kent, F rank .............. Kenter, Cecil ..,..... Keur, William ...... Kidd, Robert ........ Kieit, Darleen ...... Kieit, Julia ............. Kieit, Kennth ............ Kienke, Cheryl ........ King, John ............ Kinney, James ......,.. Kinney, Ronny ....... Kissel, Daniel ......,. Klecka, Barbara ...., Klamn. Hnrhnvn 71 71 71,107 71,116 71 71 71 .. ......... 71 71,106 71,117 72,107,115 72,106,152 72,109,1l0,112,117 72,107,109,1 15 72,109 72,109 72 72 .. ......... 72 72,144 72 72,117 72 72,152 116,117 72,107,133 72,109 72 72 72 72 72 72,133 72,123 72 72,106,140 72 72,115 72,117,172 72 72,107.1 17,172 'ro 11: Klont, Dennis ........ Knapp, Dick ......... Knight, David ........ Knudson, Robert ...... Koning, Nick ....... Kooiman, Bill ....... Kochin, Thomas ...... Kodish, Robert ...... Koehl, Philip, , ,...... .. Koennecke, Iohn .. Kolekamp, Ann ..... Kramer, Iames ...... Kramer, Karen ....,. Kramer, Robert ...,.. Krause, Sherwood Kreiieldt, Kathy ....... Kroll, Roger ............ Krueger, Christie ,, Krupa, Kathleen ...... Kuehneman. Bob Kuiper, Carole ..,..,,., Kurtzweil, Iune ......, Kyvig, David ........ Lack, Linda ..,... Lalone, Troy ,,,.,.... Langan, Mary .......... Langeland, Susan . Lans, Eric ......,,..,...... Lanore, Linda ...... Larr, James .......... Lathrop, Mary ..,...... Lawrence, Betty ..... Lawson, Iudith ........... 72 72,140 72 72,109 72,109 72,144 72,144 72 72 72 72,115 73 73 73 73,115,123 73 73 73,107 73,140 73,107,127 83,127 73,115,144 73,109,130 73,112 73 107 117 136 73,106,115 73,116,117 73,107,116 73,107,1 16,121 Lavassuer, Sharon ......... ................ 7 3,114 Lealers, Thomas ......... Lederer, Iudy ...,..,... Lederer, Patricia ..,. Leeds, William ..,... Leilring. Patricia ...,..... Legatz, Ioseph ........ Lehmann, Carol ,,.,. Lenting, Nancy ....... Letarte, Michael ....,. Levin, Marcia ...... Lewis, Linda ......., Lewis, Marjorie ..,. Lillmars, Dan ........ 73,107 73 73 73 73,117 73,97,107 73,107,121 73,121 73,116,117 73 Linderman, Iames ,,...,...... .,.............,..., 7 3.109 Lindgren, Iames ......., Lindsay, Pat .......,....., Lindsay, Priscilla . Link, Sharon ..,........ Locke, Fred ...,..,,,. Long, Barbara ........ Long, Iay .....,.,,..... Longnecker, B. ,,,.. . Luci, Douglas ........ Lulrer, Michael ....... Lukos, Ioanne ............. Lundeen, Raymond Lytle, Iulius .....,.... Lynn, Berly .......... Macha, Ioe ........,... MacKenzie, Pat ...,.. Maddix, Bonnie ...... Major, Donna ............. Manchester, Allen Manchester, Ron ......... ......, Marek, Iams .......,,., Margret, Marsha ....... Margret, Marshall ....... . Marowslri, Virginia Martin, Beatrice Martinez, Aaron .......,. ..., Martinez, Virginia Matteson, Michael Matthews, Bemard 74,144 Matthews, Mary ....... Mattila, Mary .......... Mattson, Brian ....... Mayette, Allen ...,... McAlinden, Marie ..... 73,106,110.114,123,140 73,117,136 73,107 ... ........... 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 107 73 73 73 74 74 74,107,116 74,140 74 74 74,97 74 74,110,114 74,l17,123,152 .. .. ........... .. 74 74,117 McClung. Nina ....... McClure, Tom .....,...... McDonald, Ienniier ..., McEliish, Larry .......... McGrane, Barbara .... McKay, Allan ..,.,.,...,. McKee, David .,....... McKeen, D. ............,,. , McKinnon, Sharon ..., McMillan. Iune ...,....,. McMi1lon, Lois ....... McNair, Larry ............ McPhearson, Carol .. McPherson, Dennis McShannock, Thomas Meara, F. ...............,,.. . 74,114 74 74 74 74 74 74,107 74,107,119 74,152 74,152 74 74,144 74,140,144 , .,..........,... 73 Medendorp, Larry ......... ....... 7 4.136.140 Meengs, Phillip .,.,,,,, Melton, Iames .,.,... Meyers, Kathleen ,.... Meyer, Sue ............. Mikan, Karen ..,... Mikos, Rose ......... Mikos, Ruth ...... Miller, Robert ....., Mills, Bill ..,,...... Mills, Tom ..,........ Mims, V. ...............,. . Mitchell, Bettie ,.,.., Mitchell, Mary .,....., Mitchell, Reuben ...... Mixer, Barbara ...,,. Modeen, Mary ...... Moore. Glenda ......, Moore, Sam ........ Moran, Ronnie ......., Morley, Martha ...... Morley, Robert ..,.., Morrow, Pat ....... Morse, Patricia ..... Mouw, Ed ........... Mull, Ioy ....,........... Muller, Roger ...,.... Muller, Ronald ...... Mundt, Bernard ..... Mundt, Charles ...... Munson, Marilyn ...... Murakis .................. Muscato, Mike ...... Musk, William ........., Muskovin, Darlene .... Muskovin, Marshall ...,..... Near, Marie .............. Nelson, Cheryl .......,.. Nelson, Diana ..,..,.. Nelson, Ianice ........ Nelson, Karen .,.,..,.... Nelson, Maurice ....... Nelson, Paulette .....,. Newman, Nancy ....... Noordhoi. Beverly .... Norton. Evelyn .......,.. Ochs, David ..,..,........ O'Connell, Sandy ..,..., .. Ohs, Thomas .,,.,,,...,... Olsen, Ted ............. Olson, Brian ..,........ Olson, Kenneth ...... Ortquist, Sharon ....... Osborne, Pat ..,....,.. Oudsema, Iudy ..... Paniucki, Iudy ...... Parka, I. .....,...,.... . Parr, Marilee ....... Pascoe, Lewis ,,.,.. Patterson, Retha .,,,. Patterson, Patsy ...... Paulson, Arden ...... Pearcy, Gilbert .......... Pearson, Barbara ..... Pearson, Blaine .......... Pearson, Wayne .,,,.,.. 74,109 74,l09.ll6,117 65.74.114 74,117 74,117 74 74,109 74,107,152 74.136 74,116,117 74,130,133 74,140,142 74,109,110 75,140 75,116 75 75 75 75,109 75 75 75 75 75 75 75,107 75 75 75,133 75,116,123 75,116,117 75,116,117 75,107,128 75,107.1 15.119 . ......,,,, 75,140 75,107,140 75,107,133 75,133 75,106,109,112 75 75 75 75 75,107 75 75 Payne, Gerald ..... Peisert, Robert ...,. Pelrlar, Virginia ....... Pendell, Iames ..... Pendock, Iames ....... ., 75 75 Peters, Sharon ....... ........ 7 5.106.112 Peterson, Bette ..... Phillips, Barbara ..... Phipps, Dorsay ......,. Pickel. Carole ..,.....,.. Pickel. Michael ...,.... Pierce, Ioyce ......... Pierce. Melvin ...... Piercy, Harlan ..... Pike. Phillip ....,, Pikiar, V. ........... . Pitcher, lack .,.,,.,..,... Pletcher, Robert ...,.., .. Poe, Marshall .....,..,.,,.. ., Pottinbarger, Ruth ..,.., Poll, Ioan .,................ Pontius, Karen ..,.... ...... Poort, Larry ........ Poort, Leo .............. ......, Porkka, Charles . Porter. Connie ....., .. Porter, Sandrea ...,..... Postema, Marva . Potter, Charles ...,. Powers, David ....., Pressentin, Elsa ...,... 75,107 75,117 76,140 76 76,144 76 76 76 76,106,115 76,107 76,109,115,l23 76,133 76 76 76,109 76,117 Privacky, Paula ........ ........ 7 6,116,117 Radell, Brian ...,.., Rader, Nancy ....... Rajala, Susan ....... Rebedew. Terry .,...., Reberg, Alan ...,... Reed, Patricia ....,.,. Reed, William ....... Reilly, Susan ....... ,, Reyes, Margarte ....... Reyet. P. ...,.............. . Reynolds, Flora ....... Rhodea, Edward ...... Richardson, Edna ......., Richer, Sandra ..,....,. 76 76 76,152 76,117,128 76,123 76,152 76 Riekels, Bruce .......... ...............,.. 7 6,123 Rillema, Larry .............. ..,..............,........... 7 6 Ringelberg, Daryl ....... ..,..... 7 6,116,117,128 Robbins, Dennis ,.,,,, .,......,., 7 6,107,140 Robinson, Ondra .,...,.,. ............... 7 6,117 Rodriguez, Frances ......, ......,. 7 6 Rogers, Iames ............ ..,..... 7 6 Rogers, Iames ......... Rollins, Roycene ..... Rollston, Cheryl ....... Romanosky, Tom ........ Rorem, Leroy ......,.... Rorlr, Margaret ....,.... Roem, L. ..,.........,... . Rothoif, Greg ,..,.... Russell, Tom ............. Ruthkoski, Terry ..... Ryan, Elinda ........... Samuels, Wanda ...,. Sanborn, Robert ....... .. 76 76 76 76 76 -,... 116 76 76,140 76 76 77,107 77,109,110 Sandberg, Kim ......... .............. ............. 7 7 Sandford, Carol ,....... ......, 7 7,106,116,117 Sapp, Bill .....,.,.,.,..,. .................. 7 7,130 Saylor, William ........ .............. 7 7,144 Schalk, Carole ......... ,.,....,.........,.,..... 7 7 Schanzlin, Carole ,,.,..... ........ 7 7,110,115,128 Scharmer, Fred ....... ........................ 7 7 Schaub, Ienette .....,.. .......,...... 7 7,107 Schimke, lean .....,........ Schneider, Barbara .,,..,.. Schnepp, Dolores ........ Schoonbeck, Carol Schreiber, Mildred ...... Schroeder, Roy ......... Schuitema, lack ....... Schutter, Don ........ 77,129,130 77,115 77 77 77 77,107 Scofield, Sally ...... Scott, Ron ..............,.. .................... 7 7 Seppamaki, Iohn ..... Shafer, Ronald ...... Shatter. Thomas ......, Sharum, George ,..,.,. Shirar, I. ................. . Shoup, lean ............. Shriver, Marcia ........ Sikkenga, Iames ..... Slklrenga, Sandy ..... .. .,..... 77,106,123 77 77 ..- ..... 77 77,133 Silky, Ianet ......,........ ....... 7 7,117,128 Silverman, Barbara ...... Simonson, Carl ..,..... Six, Patrick ........... 77,109 six. Sally .,................. .........,........... 1 1 Skok, Kathleen ....... Slamkowski, Sharon Slattery, Susan ......... Slilcer, Ierry ...........,. . .,.. ....... 7 7,151,152 77,112 .. ..................... 77 Slocum, Lorraine ......... .,.,... 7 7,107,115 Smock, Josephine ........ Smedes, Ruth ...,..... Smith. Barnie ......... Smith, Gary ........ Smith, Ioanne ....... Smith, Torn ......... Snarksi. Iohn ...... Snell, Rich ............. Sobotta, Fredric ....... Sorrell, Leonard ....... Souser, Wayne ....... South, Bruce ..,.,..... Spade, Gerald ..... Spira, William ..... Spring, Helen ..,........ St. Amour, Fredly .. Stapel, Dale ........... Stapel, Donna ....... Stetanich, Eva ..... Stenholm, Fred ..... Stewart, Bonnie ....... Stewart, Martin ......... 77,107 77 77 77.123 77 77 77 77 77,109 77 77 77 78,107 78 78 78 78 Stewart. Michael .,.,.. ....... 7 8,109,115 Stiller, Claudia ..... Stinson, Iohn ......... Stone, Rodney ....... Storms, Susan ...... Stott, Iohn .............. Stovem, Marilyn .... Stowe, Sandy ......... Strait, Rosealie ....... Strandberg, Ioe ....... Strong, Ben ............ Strong, Ianlce ....... Sumner, Sally ........ Sustaita, Norma ..... Sutton, Gall ............. Sutton, Marsh ........, Swanson, Harold ......... 78,109 78,107,121,128 .. .............. 78,107 78 78 78,142 78,107,123 78,107 78 78 78,109 Swanson, Ianice ...... Swanson, Sunny ...... Swartz, 1'-'rances ....... Sweet, Dick ......,.... Sweet, Steve ....,....... Symons, Kenneth .... Tallman, Charles .,.. Tandy, Marie .,......... Tardy, Randy .......... 'l'au1bee, Darryl ...... Taylor, Darryl ...... Taylor, Karen ...... Tennant, Jackie ........ Terbenning, Leon ........... Terbenning, Walter Terryn, Sharon ............ Thies, Nancy ............ Thomas, Carolyn ....... Thomas, P. ............... . Thompson, B. ............ . Thompson, Ianet ......... 78 78,107 78,109 78 78 ...... . 78 78,127 78,123 78 78 78 78 78 78,129 78 78 78 78 Thompson, Larry ....... ............................. Thompson, Sandra Thompson, William Thornton, Michael ..... Tierman, Douglas Tiller, Karen ............. Tiller, Sharon ...... Tobin, Iohn ....... Tool, Annette ........ Top, Patricia ......... Tourcotte, Kay ......... Tourre, Richard ......, Town, George ...... Travis, Tom ............. 78,106,109,1 15 78,110 78,114 78,107,130 Trebilcock, Paul ...... Trujillo, Timmy ........ Turner, Bonnie ......... Tyler, Iayne ........ Tyrrell, Kathy ....,.. Ullmer, Ioan ............... Underwood, Daisy ......,.. Valk, Marleen ............. Vanas, Barbara ...... VanDam, Sandra ........... Vanderbeek. Ruth .. 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Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

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Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

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Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

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