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

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For several months he remained uncon- scious and in critical condition. It was not until January that Ed became fully conscious and was able to recognize friends and members of his family. Coach Paul Baldwin, MHS foot- ball coach, has expressed the feelings of the Muskegon High School Stu- dents. "Number 42 has become synony- mous with all that high school football epitomizes-- strength of heart, wind and SPIRIT and ability to excell and bear the color of our school with dig- nity and humility. Ed achieved all this and more. After his injury, Ed's presence was felt on the practice field, in the locker room, and during the games. We knew Ed was with us all the way and wanted us to continue working toward our common goal -- --to do our best. Now, as he faces the long months of rehabilitation we see Ed with the same determination as he showed on the Hackley Field when he lugged the pigskin through rugged opponents and tackled with reckless abandon. Who knows what the future will hold or what other obstacles lie in Ed's path? We know of things called cour- age, perseverence, SPIRIT, and just plain "guts", and Ed has them. We wish Ed good luck and we hope that he soon returns to the hallowed halls of Muskegon High School." Faculty and Administ Seated left to right: Mr. Ral h M Il A 't. S P ld p u'er, ssl up't. of Schools, Mr. James Anderson, Secretary Pro Temp, Mr. Frank DeYoe, res: ent, Mr. Abe Hartsema Jr., Vice President. Standing: Mr. Richard Warren, Sup't. of Schools, Mr. Walter Brooks, Secretary, Mr. Winston Hathaway, Trustee, Mr. George Hansen, Treasurer. Absent from picture is Mr. William Eyke. The Said and Done Staff would like to express its grateful .appre- ciation to the Board of Education for a job well done. Thanks to the Board's efforts, the school has been kept running smoothly and effi- ciently. Although many problems arise throughout the -school year, they have been capably and wisely handled. 4 Responsible for the actions of the superintendent, principal, and members of the faculty the School Board acts as the governing lbody. lt strives to improve the operations of the area schools for a superior, school system. Mr. Richard Warren Mr Ralph L Muller Mr Frank DeYoe d f S h l Assistant Superintendent of Schools Present President of Board of Education Superinten ento c oos School Spirit - - - is usually demonstrated in connection with athletic events. School spirit goes much deeper, however. lt is the reflection of pride in that of which we are a part. Muskegon High School has had a long tradition of things of which to be proud. Academic standards have been such that people are proud to say they graduated from Muskegon High. Excellent lstaff, a fine student body, courses of study, oppor- tunities and activities to chal- lenge all students, music, dra- matics, athletics, forensics -- all these have been basic to the fine spirit which is "Our own Mus- kegon High." ! MR. RICHARD WARREN 1 v ' ""5"5f-L. or should know that the basic reason for a school's existence is to provide the opportunity for learning. School spirit enters into this learning when we have interest in supporting all activi- ties, good scholarship, debate, music, drama and athletics. If any school permits these activities to become more important than the excellence of studies, then the school is not serving the purpose for which it was created. Much can be learned in giving and taking depending on whether the team wins or loses. We learn the element of good sportsmanship, which is basic in being a good citizen. I believe our school is one that is aware that the necessity of good achievement in school studies is basic, and secondary are the many activities that we participate in as spectators or take an active part in. School spirit - - - implies many things. It in- cludes loyalty to the ideas ond traditions of the school, deter- mination to maintain the high standards set for us by those who have preceeded us here, and a striving for constant im- provement and reaching to- ward perfection. School spirit is reflected in little ways, in the friendliness and cooperation of students, the respect they show each other and their teachers, the pride they take in a clean and beautiful campus. Muskegon has always been known for its high standards and fine school spirit. May she long continue to uphold her fine reputation! MRS. KYES, Ast. Principal Row l Gail Dill Carol Jacobs Dina Andersen and Jo Bortscht. . Row 2 Blanche Blue Marion Haglund Margaret Klooster, Elizabeth Comstock, Phyllis Hollberg Dorothy Johnson Olilce Slall Raymond C. Carlson B.A., M.A. Mr. Raymond Carlson, ad- ministration assistant, is.also a member of the Social Studies department and is director of the student teachers. He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees ond is a graduate of Albion College and the U. of M. A former Big Red basketball coach, Mr. Carlson is still in- terested in athletics and in- cludes attending sports ,events as a hobby. John W. Toppen B.S. Mr. John Toppen, adminis- trative assistant and member of the Mathematics department, and Sr. class advisor, is cer- tainly a familiar figure in the halls of M.H.S. Any problem? lf so, Mr. Toppen will probably be around to help solve them. He holds a B.S. degree and is a graduate of Muskegon Junior College and the Univer- sity of Chicago. Derwin J. Walvoord A.B., M.A. One of the faculty's busiest members is Mr. Walvoord. He not only teaches, but is co-or- dinator of the commercial de- partment. He is also in charge of Student Placement and the co-op program. 16 William Putnam A.B., M.A. A newcomer to M.H.S. is Bill Putnam, Senior Counselor. Pre- vious to teaching he're, he was Boys' Advisor at the University High School, Western Michigan University. ln the short time he has been on the teaching staff, he has gained many new friends. l Joan J. Dodd M.A. One of M.H.S.'s new coun- selors is Miss Joan Dodd who comes to us by way of Wies- baden, Germany and Suffolk, England, where she taught and counseled in U.S. Air Force De- pendent Schools. Horriett M. Reid B.S. When the going gets tough, it seems to me our school spirit is at its peak. Loyalty is the basis for real school spirit--not just a "Big Show." l Vernon A. Jensen A.B., M.A. A graduate of M.H.S., Mr. Jensen is now a teacher and counselor in the Muskegon School System. "School spirit is desirable but don't forget that there are many other fine schools and students around us." Mr. Jensen "likes the fact that M.H.S. is willing to, try new ideas and to keep pace with the times in becoming more and more a comprehen- sive high school to benefit all students." g l Kenneth C. Kloberg B.S. The father of five, Mr. Kol- bergs hobbies are reading and cabinet making. He is a mem- ber of the counseling depart- ment and is a graduate of Western Michigan University. qi, 5 ti, . i, , i' f i lflliTlfF'fff fi!! I si X ,..t i gg? fu, -f L1-' i., "if l- , '.. -in ,Q-l.'g':' xii 'Viz .1g',,4i--My .Q .,, , 1 - ...ez g 'iff 4. 1,J,Ef'L 2,.:"4.ig,. L 3 ..y,, fff.',ff W of 1 s. , 'Wwyfl:gfl:f1efi 9 5 'X 3 - Q ll' f 1 ' i f sl 'lil' If ,iq if if L W: i A ' li it ii ' 3 Xglisfi, Wg, if i, S+ .iw ggf 'ggifils 'll f .,., . li?w .i,,, . xS Bills? 59,31 if ' W i N. : lf wi i Robert Stotts B.S., M.A. "Good school spirit evolves from a sense of pride in one's school. Muskegon High School students are proud of their school. Therefore, the spirit at M.H.S. is good." The three central areas of the English curriculum are language, composi- tion, and reading. The aims of the English de- partment are to teach students to use the Eng- lish language clearly and effectively in written and in spoken form and to teach them to read with understanding and appre- ciation. ln a larger sense, the aims are not con- cerned merely with teach- ing knowledge and skills in these areas but also to develop attitudes of per- manent interest in lan- guage, writing, and read- ing. Gladys H. Bond A.B., A.M. A Miss Bond is a graduate of Northern Michigan College of Education and U.S.C. Her hob- bies include reading and play- ing the piano. l Huldah Burdick A.B., M.A. "I feel that English and speech are the two most im- portant tool subjects used by all of us, all our lives--by these we are rated socially and in our work." l Sarah A. Cautehie A.B., M.A. Mrs. Coutchie is the English department coordinator. "A person's degree of success in his.occupational lite and his happiness in his personal and social lite is determined im- measurably by his ability to read,-to write, and to speak." Helen Dykema B.A. "Through books one can learn the maiesty of great po- etry, the wisdom of the philoso- phers. Literature and books have immortalized man's knowledge. My goal or purpose is to inspire the students to share all this by reading." Joan C. Gainey B.A.. M.A. "The 'Hope' campaign illus- trates Muskegon High's devot- ed spirit." Martha L. Hall B.A. Another M.S.H. graduate on the staff. "At the time I gradu- ated our school was criticized for its lack of school spirit. l feel that school spirit is impor- tant and that we have even less spirit now than we did in l955." William J. Harrison A.B. English and journalism are Mr. Harrison's department. I'm afraid our school spirit is too mechanical and not as genuine as it could be." "The art of clean, concise communication is a field which most people could do well to understand." Marian C. Helvie 8.5. "Senorita" Helvie is a well seasoned traveler, having "done" Spain and Central and South America several times. "Hemispheric solidarity is on important part of our future existence." Joanne E. Johnson B.A. Mrs. Johnson is a "first- timer" at M.H.S. this year. She graduated from Michigan State University. "I would like to see the enthusiasm at athletic con- tests demonstrated in all school and related activities." Marcella M. 0'Connor A.B. Mrs. O'Connor is a graduate of University of Michigan and teaches senior English. "Only through the discipline of lan- guage is truth revealed." Nancy K. Poff B.A. Miss Poff wants "to encour- age others to love literature as much" as she does. She thinks pep assemblies should be after school and thinks M.H.S. has "loads" of school spirit. Franklin G. Poling A.B. - Mr. Poling is responsible for the broadcasting of the P.A. announcements every morning. Directing the senior play and the talent assembly are his ex- tra-curricular activities. He teaches a radio class and sev- eral speech classes. Frances K. Redmond B.A. Although Mrs. Redmond is very busy teaching senior Eng- lish at M.H.S., she has time to garden and read. Mrs. Red- mond is a graduate of the State University of iowa. Marjorie Rice B.A., M.A. Mrs. Rice is another Univer- sity of lowa graduate who teaches English, speech, and dramatics. She believes that speech and dramatics develop poise, confidence, and fluency in speaking. Elizabeth Schuler B.A., M.A. Mrs. Schuler became infer- ested in teaching Englisl ef- ly because of her fondn for literature. School spirit M. H.S. she describes as exL :nt and spontaneous. 20 l John C. Schwegman A.B., B.A. The new Latin teacher at M. H.S., Mr. Schwegman feels that " a teacher, working with young people, must know his age group .... I feel that a course should be difficult e- nough to encourage the stu- dent to think for himself and to raise his standards of learn- ing. Eleanor Stockwell A.B., M.A. After graduating from North- ern State Teachers College and the University of Michigan, Miss Stockwell came to Muske- gon to teach English. Reading and playing cards occupy her leisure time. Ruth Y. Terry B.A.. M.A. "Reading and study skills are basic to every school suc- cess," comments Mrs. Terry who is in charge of the new speed-reading course at M.H.S. Mrs. Terry is also the Thespion advisor. Florence Tool B.A., M.A. Mrs. Tool, a French teacher at M.H.S. is well qualified hov- ing not only graduated from the University of Colorado, but also from Radcliffe and the Sorbonne in Paris. Harold R. Weaver A.B., M.A. Mr. Weaver is a sophomore English teacher. When asked about school spirit, he replied that school spirit is generally good. He feels that upperclass- men are ahead of the sopho- mores in this respect, but he is certain that they will catch up. Lindsey Wilhite B.S. A popular newcomer to the M.H.S. faculty, Mr. Wilhite teaches French and Spanish. Believing in the importance of his work, he comments, "Per- haps in the final analysis, it will be through languages that we will at last solve the worId's problems." Dale Wingler B.S. "School spirit is a parallel to adult community spirit, be it in athletics, in dramatics, or what- ever activity a person becomes a part," states our Booster Club advisor, Mr. Wingler. Depend- ing on the season, this English teacher lists his hobbies as swimming and grading themes! Through the study of history, government, eco'- nomics, and sociology, the Social Studies Depart- ment strives to teach an appreciation of our great American heritage, and an understanding of our country's government. lts goal is to shape respon- sible citizens. Paul T. Baldwin B.A., M.A. "Coach" teaches sociology and American government, in addition to being the football coach at M.H.S. He says that he considers sociology an avo- cation and government a provo- cation: there is a great need for students to understand their government so they can take their place as responsible citi- zens in our society. James H. Curnalia B.A., M.A. "Pops", one of the Senior class advisors, teaches Ameri- can and world history. A con- firmed bachelor, his hobbies are reading, gardening, cook- ing, and photography. He thinks that the school spirit is lopsided--applied too much to athletics and not enough to such matters as corridor con- duct or support for musical, theatrical, or scholarly activi- ties. J. Paul Dunworth A.B., M.A. American history dnd Amer- ican government are the sub- jects Mr. Dunworth teaches. "M. H. S. doesn't consistently have enough school spirit." 22 Edward C. Hager B.A., M.A. ' ----a proud papa for the first time in November, l96l. Mr. Hager is the basketball and golf coach and teaches Ameri- can government. "The backing our students give our athletes is the best I have ever seen .and certainly reflects the overall en- thusiasm of this school." George K. Hughes A.B., M.A. ' ' Mr. Hughes is a graduate of the University of lllinois and teaches world history. "Every responsible citizen in our Amer- ican democracy must know his- tory. lf the citizen does not know it, he is doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past. Ivan R. Huyser B.S., M.A. Mr. Huyser is a member of the social studies department, teaching American history and government. Sailing is his great pastime and he has competed in a good many races. Mr. Huyser thinks the girls at M. H.S. have especially fine school spirit. William H. Paulson Ethel E. Pihlstrom B.S. According to Miss Pihlstrom, B.B.A., M.A. school spirit means: Mr. Paulson is a graduate of the University of Michigan and is a world history teacher. He is a member of the team- teaching program, a new in- novation ot M.H.S. this year. l. Being a student in the correct meaning of the term. 2. Being considerate in all areas: classroom, study- hall, lunchroom. 3 Making M.H.S. the besl' school anywhere. 4 Some students do not live up to their ideas of good school spirit and thus bring dishonor on our school." Miss Pihlstrom teaches A- merican history and is a Junior class advisor. George Russeher A.B., M.A. Mr. Russcher is the father of tour. His hobbies are gardening and reading. A member of the social studies department, he teaches American history. "The study of American history should help students to appre- ciate our great American herit- age, understand our country's government better, and help to develop better citizens in our democracy." Matt L. Tomasiewicz B.A. Mr. Tomasiewicz taught at M.H.S. for the "second" time this year, the first time: when he was a student teacher. A member of the social studies department, he teaches Ameri- can and world history. "Know your history and know your world!" R. A. Zimmerman A.B. Halt at a teaching team at M.H.S., Mr. Zimmerman teach- es American history. lThe other half is Mrs. Zimmermanll Ac- cording to him, some students tail to realize that absence and tardiness are evidences of poor school spirit as well as poor citizenship. The objectives of the Science and Mathematics Departments are three- fold: to train the students in the subject matter, to teach them to think, and to develop the ability within students to trans- form theory into practice. Dorothy Andrews A.B. Mrs. Andrews, a Plane Geom- etry teacher and the YFC ad- visor at MHS, believes that ge- ometry is valuable because "ill problem solving is important in life, C27 geometry is chiefly problem solving, C33 geometry is important to all of us." Raymond Bauer M.S. Mr. Bauer teaches chemistry and believes that every student should be "at least exposed to a science subject". He is the father of seven children, yet still finds time for such hobbies as fishing, gardening, and sporting events. . Gerald C. Bruining B.S., M.A. lodministrotionl, M.A. lphysicsl Mr. Bruining is practically a celebrity. Not only is he the co- ordinator of the MHS Science Department, but is also the president of the Muskegon Civic Opera Association. In ad- dition, he finds time to teach applied science and physics. 24 Terrence Coburn Mr. Coburn is a new faculty member at Muskegon this year. He teaches Plane Geometry and is a member of the team-teach- ing program. One of the high- lites of his first year at MHS was chaperoning a football ex- cursion. He thinks our scho6l spirit is great! Jerry Lorenz 8.5. Another "second-timer" fstu- dent teacher and faculty mem- berl, Mr. Lorenz is a graduate of Michigan State University. He teaches biology and applied science. Donald W. Mooney B.S. A graduate of lowa State, Mr. Mooney teaches algebra and general math. He is the father of seven children and enjoys gardening for relaxation. Lindsay Neal B.S. As a biology teacher, Mr. Neal is a firm believer in phys- cal fitness. To keep himself in tip top condition he enjoys bi- cycling, he has pedaled thou- sands of miles across the Unit- ed States. Peter A. Oakes A.B. ' Another new member to the Muskegon faculty this year is Mr. Oakes. As a part of the team -teaching program, he teaches algebra and geometry. David E. Olsen B.S., M.A. One of the busiest faculty members at M.H.S. is Mr. Ol- sen. Not only is he the co-ordi- nator of the mathematics de- partment, but he also teaches trigonometry, college algebra, advanced algebra, and solid geometry. ln addition, he is the tennis coach. Mary Rodewald B.A. To Miss Rodewald, who is new to MHS this year, "biology is the most fascinating subject there is." A recent graduate of Albion College, she thinks Mus- kegon is a little large but nevertheless "tops". Oren W. Rodewald , B.S., M.A. Mr. Rodewald is a member of Muskegon's science and mathematics department. His specialties are physics and ad- vanced algebra. Nathan J. Roelofs Douglas A- -l-aol A.B-, M-A- Kenneth Rolfe 8.5. M-A. Mr. Roelofs, the father of A,B., A.M. Mr Tool is G Chemlslry four' is 0 moth teacher at M' Mr- Rolfe' another math teacher at M.H.S. Although HS- Plone geometry and Gd' teacher of Muskegon' isa grad' students show enthusiasm for V0f1Ced algebra Ufe his SPeCl0l' uate of Western Michigan Uni- School aames Mr. Tool feels ties. He is also O Senior ClGSS versity grid the University of they Could ntzlke greater pride GdviSOr. Michigan. For relaxation he en- la the appearance of Corridors, joys playing with his two chil- flaarsl and lawnsff. dren and working at his cot- tcige. i Wintlirop Trautman A-B-1 M-5- Robert C. Skelley A graduate of the University B,S, of Michigan, Mr. Trautman is A5 Q new member of the M, affiliated with the science de- H.S. faculty, Robert Skelley hos Daffmenf- He teaches bi0l0QY his hands full. Besides teaching and is 0 member of the team- art, he is the Said and Done ad- feeching Pf0Qf0m- visor. Take is from us ---- if's Q job!!!! s-rTs- 26 The Music Department is composed of two divi- sions: choral and instru- mental music. ln both, the objectives are ta de- velop sensitive musicians and singers and to de- velop appreciation for, and an understanding af good music. The goals ofthe library are: to provide a back- ground of information which will enable pupils ta make intelligent judg- ments in their daily life and to provide materials an opposing sides of con- troversial issues so that young citizens may de- velop under guidance the practice of critical read- ing and thinking. Fred Rays B.M., M.M. Mr. Rays chase to teach in the field of music because of his admiration for the late Wil- liam Stewart, M.H.S.'s beloved band and orchestra director. Although Mr. Rays feels that most students have an abun- dance af spirit, he admits that there are a few who have none. Mabeth Saure . A.B., M.M. Miss Saure is the able leader of all our choir groups. She is a graduate of Northwestern University. Margaret Elliott A.B., M.S. Besides being our busy li- brarian, Mrs. Elliott is the Li- brary Club advisor and is in charge of TAB readers. Mrs. Elliott has a number of hobbies, among which are an interest in Indian falklare and writing juvenile stories. Marylee Steinmetz A.B. - Mrs. Marylee Steinmetz is the assistant librarian at M.H. S. For relaxation, Mrs. Stein- metz loves to read - - - natural- ly! Another busy person is Coach The Physical Education Department stresses total fitness of the body. From better physical fitness comes better social and emotional fitness. Harry E. Potter A.B. Potter. Mr. Potter is a physical education instructor, Athletic Director, baseball coach, and Varsity Club advisor. 28 .-.gf ,.. tt. ...H .Wg ,mf .,., ,g 'el--Z 4:--E-.tl . .,:..ft,-' .Mgmt'v,ff1s'l.stl.-,ml .1 it of 5-fW:.,nt, . few. H.. . , . . ,.', ,.. . ,, . '.t.e.5l.a2ff.siflL'z2" ff: : Q- v flgzsilftlwiila lv: sa tqgtailgfazsfsa tllglit ' ililil- lt? litliillillilltl wat w w Q- me glget-iqwlwl elf I .ww get ,-ifflglm wtwfm , it wi 1 tegalglt ' fVEWf?tllfllsi1l " Mfnt fwlf is gwtfakw -- itglmg n g' w g, 95 'i'5.ilf?'ll9ii?l l "l' 5 .3 . ..El igaflilztm , w ig. iltg ... l ll lf? 1 ll: ll QQ ll' 521 A l il Gertrude D. Gillaspy B.S., M.A. A busy figure at M.H.S. is Mrs. Gillaspy. She is a physical education instructor, cheerlead- er advisor, G.A.A. advisor, and Bowling League advisor. One of her major jobs is Synchronized Swimming. Thomas G. McShannock B.S.. M.A. Besides teaching physical ed- ucation, Mr. McShannock is a successful track and cross- country coach and is a Varsity Club advisor. He is a graduate of Michigan State University. ' - il- 5 l .. b .... ,Egg ,J .7 V., . , , .jgtl .NL it H 'W J h. 1 lfialbflxflv. , . V-1... fwlvllst, ,gl im., ... p.t,.3i,t ti . awww: Mire il le. 1-m?1!l. .Mu ,sy-wp ' , . gg f 1 rg Sl ' . , ,4f,5?sEA5g...lg53 -.+M...,gk.,wi. it Q. .- eglgil ' A., -if ,. A .1 If: .-i f ,. ,Qt4.Lgt.5.ga..l1 '..,g.,Ettl53tF - get V. sg Q. , rf sigefgfvfzli K, lf ' 'ifiil?1' gjesllzmfwWefff'Wef'ffef?ll5 'slit -2.5 .5 ' mf 7' .-www' . Q,ul3Z15.f?Zr :ff?.W.t ' nf l .. 'I Una G. Zimmerman A.B. Mrs. Zimmerman has defi- nite ideas about physical edu- cotion: "Physical education helps a student to grow physic- ally, mentally, socially, and e- motionally." Mrs. Zimmermdn is an advisor of G.A.A. The aims of the Voca- tional Department are the most important in today's society. Students are trained to enter some phase of the modern busi- ness world, whether me- chanical or commercial. The mechanical subjects help to develop manual skills and provide train- ing for those pursuing special trades. The com- mercial courses provide training for those pursu- ing special trades. The commercial courses pro- vide the training neces- sary for participation in office work and manage- ment. Henry V. Bolt A.B. Another familiar figure in the new industrial artsaddition is Mr. Bolt. He is a drafting in- structor. Mildred Brothers A.B. A graduate of Western Mich- 'igan University, Mrs. Brothers teaches bookkeeping, short- hand, and commercial arith- metic. ln her spare time she enjoys sports and sewing. Fred Chalker B S Mr. Chalker is an auto shop instructor at MHS. His hobbies include hunting and fishing. Pauline Dunsmore B.A., M.A. Mrs. Dunsmore teaches busi- ness education classes at Mus- kegon. Her outside activities in- clude ceramics, knitting, and reading. She is also president of the Michigan Business Educa- tion Association this year. Fred Franczek Jr. B.A., M.A. As a typing and commercial law teacher at M.H.S., Mr. Franczek feels his job is vital in today's complex business world. He is a graduate of Mus- kegon Community College and Michigan State University. John T. Gainey B.S., M.A. Mr. Goiney is another busy faculty member at M.H.S. He teaches bookkeeping, econom- ics, and commercial arithmetic. Bruce Galland B.S. Bruce Galland, an art-metal instructor at M.H.S. enjoys teaching art because he likes "to teach students how to work with their hands in making an object which includes function, design and problem solving." Anthony E. Gilsdorf ' B.A., Ph.M. Mr. Gilsdort teaches book- keeping and commercial arith- metic. ln his spare time he en- joys such activities os traveling mountain climbing, studying' and sports. Cecelia Knoll A.B. Miss Knoll is a graduate of Western Michigan University. She teaches shorthand, typing, and transcription. 30 Sherwook Krause B.S. Machine shop and mechan- ical,drawing are the specialties of Mr. Krause. He chose these subjects because he believes "a school should prepare a student to work with his hands as well as his head." Don Krueger , M.S. ' Electricity instructor, Mr. Krueger, is a graduate of Stout State College. He likes to hunt and fish in his spare time. l Harry D Moulton Goldie M'-'vfvse s.s. John Purtenio A-B' , Mr. Moulton, mechanical ond B,S., M.A. A5 U graduate of lndmno architectural drawing instruc- Although well-known tor his Slate Teachers College' Mis' tor, is On Ovid l'1i'fi enfhUSi0Sf- success as the coach ot the Lit- MUYVOSG teochfes Cqmmelcml He is also very enthusiastic tle Reds, Mr, Partenio also has gigifiiiggg Orwhmehcf and about our school spirit. another job. He is an instructor in the art ot cabinet making. Rex Sheathelm A.B. ln charge ot the printing presses at M.H.S.- is Mr. Shea- thelm. He is 0 graduate of Western Michigan University and enjoys teaching students to work with their hands and their minds. Frederick Smith B.S. Mr. Smith is new to the Mus- kegon foculty this yeor. He re- ceived his training in the field of auto mechanics at Indiana State University. Russell Stevens A.B.. M.B.A. A graduate ot DePauw Uni- versity and Northwestern Uni- versity, Mr. Russell is a book- keeping and commercial arith- metic teacher. For relaxation he enjoys traveling and just plain yordwork. Maxine Storms Gladys Collier 8.5: B S Who has time for relaxa- tion?" Mrs. Storms has two children and teaches typing and shorthand. " St, ,. 4 .Q n ,,., . .Q ,H 1 se: 1 is rift Y an 6 'M ll vw, Nui ll his l M l l . lj .z..v..Hs,.r'f.1"-2 ,. 1. ri fufi ,"' , V tzwfliltf . . My 5 'Q .Ji l- W ii ly ,, , 4 i ii 5 ,f nr, .l sqft-is K.. , K ,. ,li f,si!fl5,zt,, 1 - ...se-rw.,ff,l -mm: , f ,Q 7,-V. Mg 5, .2 ty., rl, ,,,lfw1A,Qe Failsxggg f . L .iw--lalssff 1s'1lf,5,r.'-',gsgg,r,l .fi ,sw -- ililllf illflli , f4?i1fii',i seem Q Q 2. 'fill'-l it l ' .f3w5lli1' ifils'Ql' if ill, if , . It J, ,,.fh1i5sli.y ,Ek , , ""r5,,"- is - s Je gf - aj k--vL ,. F . ,.,.-f . ',3zl!,. W. ,H,:,,'. ' E-eff! .fn ,, fra X 1 , JZ 'Ei Agnes L. Mclntyre A.B. , Homemalcing teacher, Agnes Mclntyre, is a Michigan State University graduate and enjoys music appreciation, music par- ticipation, and just plain music! 32 Family Relations teacher, Gladys Collier, says, "Knowl- edge is a stepping stone to o successful family life." Ada Shinabarger 8.5. Miss Shinabarger, homemak- ing and family relations teach- er, likes to enter "give-away" contests, but has never won anything. Keep trying Mrs. Shinabarger and maybe some- day ---? COOKS From left to right, Vergie Niva, Rachel Holcomb, Gertie Kuiper, and Johanna Homstra. Behind The Scenes CUSTODIANS Row l: Gertrude Kroes, Violet Bowman, Evelyn Plusifer, Ida Balkema, Bessie Stephens, Bertha Harkness. Row 2: Alvin Schuitema, Brian Dunlop, Ronald Hunt, Albert Zuidema, Norman Bradley, Charles West. Row 3: Wm. Ripley, Clinton Hood, Albert Dorn, Kenneth VanRiper, Russell McClouth, Russell Scott, Absent: Ford Hilliard and Edward Snyder. Serving 2,500 students is hardly an easy task, staff prepares meals for over 400 students, while but it is accomplished with-ease by Muskegon's the custodian staff is on call seven days a week cooks and custodians. Five days a week the kitchen in an effort to keep our school in top condition. ss Organizations Row l: Joe Ellis-President, Skip Howell- Vice Pres., Ruth Ann Gustafson-Recording Sec., Sue Storms-Corr. Sec., Leo Poort-Ireasurer, Bill Holmberg-Parliamentarian, Susan Buss-Historian, Ann Wibalda-Serg. at Arms, and Dave Maxwell-Serg. at Arms. gow 2: Sandi Druker, Judy Lawson, Kay Tourcotte, Betty Lawrence, Juanita VanCamp, Marilee Parr, Jan Marek, Stella Cole, and arol Hislop. Row d3: Christine Hartman, Pat Hlodan, Janis DeVries, Judy Yonkman, Sheri Appel, Sharon Peters, Susan Slattery, Joan Boltz, and Dovi Hall., Row 4: Judy Wolf, Nancy Newman, Ondra Robinson, Dave Kyvig, Mike Witham, Harold Swanson, David Jensen, and Marshall Poe. Student Council The Preamble to the Constitution of M.H.S. "We the people of Muskegon Senior High ing conditions in the school, do hereby establish School, in order to promote a finer high school this constitution of the governing body to be known spirit and a more friendly co-operation between as the Student Council of Muskegon Senior High faculty and the students, and to better the exist- School." The officers of Student Council, Joe Ellis, Leo Poort, Ruth Ann Gustafson, , and Carl Howell, are checking over l the notes of the previous meeting. l i Row l: Marie Felker, Diane Marek, Carolyn Dykema, Marcia Maggert, Kay Anderson, Sherry Johnson, Rolene Dalson, and Lois Berg. Row 2: Penny Zietlow, Sandy Glidden, Lyn Cory, Joyanne Druckenmiller, Sue Benham, Kay Jensen, Karen Gassman, Daughn Van- Riper, Karen Kalmoe. Row 3: Sharon Coleman, Lynne McArthur, Mary Ann Hartman, Maury Gross, Marge McKinnon, Marla Houghteling, Lynn Wicke- rink, Ginger Hartsema, and Dawn Scrivnor. Row 4: Mary Dawson, Janice Hoffman, Mary Meyers, Linda Hartman, Alice McKee, Phil Porter, John Aslakson, Bill Street, and Gary Skinner. Row 5: Sharon Olsen, Adele Kowalski, Sandy Robertson, Mary Jo Black, Fritizi Riekels, Charlotte Lorey, John Peterman, Bill Salter, Bill Banta, and David Workman. STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council is an organization which is related in many aspects to our national govern- ment. One might say that the student government ot M.H.S. is "of the students, by the students, and for the students" in that the officers and home- room representatives are elected by and for the students. One of the largest organizations on campus, Student Council engages in many activities, fur- thering the ideals of Muskegon High School. This year Student Council has been in charge of the Homecoming activities, study hall monitors, Used Book Store, M.A.P. Campaign, guiding for orien- tation and parent-teacher conferences, Red Cross Thanksgiving project, clean-up program, safety program, and noon hour dances. The M.H.S. Student Council is also a member of lnterschool Council and this year participated in the lnterschool Exchange Day program. Special accomplishments this year by the "ever-working" organization were the start of noon hour dances, and the walk light at Grand and San- ford. The Project H.O.P.E. lHelp Our Player, Edi, sponsored by Student Council, is one that should make all M.H.S. students proud. The amount of S2,46l.ll was collected to help the parents of Ed Wittcopp, who was critically injured in football, with medical expense. One of Student Council's many projects is the used book store. Here are o few of the many members of the club who donate their time to this activity: Bill Holm- berg, Sue Storms, Ann Wi- balda, Dave Maxwell, and Sue Buss. Row l: David Hall-President, Annette Tool-Vice Pres., Mary Matthews-Sec., Kathy Beesing-Treasurer, and Ruth Ann Gustafson- Historian. Row 2: Sue Meyer, Ann Kolekamp, Carole Sandford, Kay Taurcotte. Row 3: Roycene Rollins, Barbara Mixer, and Judy Gunderman. Row 4: Allen Vanderplow, Walter Humy, and Gerald Payne. Absent from picture-Olaf Virro. National Honor Society Books, books, books, and more books!!! "Books are the symbol of the society," may be what Mary Matthews is thinking, but it looks as though Dave Hall has found a perfect place for them. Kathy Bee- sing and Annette Tool don't seem to core. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY One of the most coveted awards for hard work in class is an invitation for membership in National Honor Society. Sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Prin- cipals, National Honor Society recog- nizes and rewards achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service to the school to students of honorable character. Although it annually contributes to school fund drives and gives 'a dance, National Honor Society is pri- marily interested in promoting schol- arship, character, and leadership a- mong the students. Since membership in National Honor Society requires the highest achievement, students who desire the honor of membership must continually strive for scholastic improvement. An impressive formal induction ceremony highlights the National Honor Society year. Thespians are at it again ---- but is this acting??? Dave Hall seems to be courting blushing Sue Storms, while Gwen Guibard and Pam Hem- mick chaperone. - Thespians THESPIANS The aim of National Thespians is two-fold: to establish and promote standards of excellence in all phases of speech arts and to create an active and intelligent interest in speech arts among students. Thespians annual three-act play this year was The Other You. The members also took part in a one-act play Drama Festival, gave an all- school dance, and attended the re- gional meeting ofthe National Asso- ciation af Thespians. Tape-recordings made during the year provide most of the material for a weekly quarter-hour radio program in the summer. Mrs. Ruth AY. Terry, Thespian sponsor, composes and nar- rates the programs. Students must spend lOO hours on speech arts, such as debate or dra- matics, to become eligible for mem- bership in National Thespians. New members are formally inducted at the speech banquet in the spring. Row l: Gerritt Meyers, David Hall-Treasurer, Pam Hemmick-Secretary, Gwynne Guibord-Vice President, Sue Storms-President, Ruth Terry-Sponsor. ' ' Row 2: Christine Hartman, Bill Waddell, 'Bruce Riekels, Kay Tourcotte, and Rosaleen Campbell. ww- 1 Row Avis Row Row Row Row l: Bill Waddell-Pres., Kay Tourcotte-Vice Pres., Gwynne Guibord-Sec't., Mary DeYoe-Historian, Joe Ellis-Sgt.-at-Arms, Diane Sturgeon, Parliamentarian, Terry Gotts, Marshall Thompson, and Bill Ashely. l 2: Judy Lawson, Rosemary Murray, Dorothy Moffett, Carol Cracauer, Juanita VanCamp, Christine Hartman, Cheryl Kierrke, Teles, Carol Hislop. 3: Judi Simons, Pat Day, Jane Mixer, Libby Fee, Nancy Broutman, Joan Droppers, Susan Storms, and Dave Stapel. 4: Mrs. Rice, Tom Smith, Michele May, Kay Jensen, Betty Pearce, Arnold Leader, Marianne Dykema, and Jennifer Johnson. 5: David Hall, Wolfram Besch, Marvin Engle, Gerritt Myers, Bill Holmberg, Bob Thompson, Alan Felgenhauer, and Jack Terris. Masque MASQUE Masque Dramatic Society is one of the most active clubs on campus. lts purpose is to give students training in the production of quality plays. Through plays and regular meetings, individual talent and leadership are developed. In the fall Masque annually pre- sents a three-act play. This year the group gave The Diary of Anne Frank. Three entertaining one-act plays were given in the spring. An interesting feature at these plays is that they are judged by competent drama observers in the area. The director of the win- ning- play has his name engraved an in coveted plaque dubbed "The Wil- le". Masque, meets twice a month-- once for a business meeting and once for a special program. This program is usually presented by the members and concerns some phase of dramatic art. Masque also takes an annual trip to some college or university to ab- serve a college theatrical production. Members of Masque are chosen each .year on the basis of their acting ability or backstage knowledge. How- ever, no previous dramatic experience is necessary for admission to the club. Row l: Judy Gunderman, Sue Storms, Pam Hemmick, and Kay Tourcotte. Row 2: Barb Venderwest, Mary DeYoe, Joan Droppers, Janet Silky, and Barb Lorenz. Row 3: Chuck Walvoord, Joe Legatz, Dave Stapel, and Bill Ashley. Row 4: Bill Boeschenstein, Gerritt Meyers, Arnold Leder, and Dave Hall. Debale DEBATE Debate class is one of the most time consum- ing activities on campus. Debaters try to learn to think critically and analytically, to use their minds within the disciplines of logic, to reason out an issue looking at both sides, and to realize that there are disciplines and rules in debate as there are in engineering, art, or cooking. The students in this advanced speech course study the 'fundamental principles of debate, prac- tice those principles, and take part in two debate leagues. Debate also sponsors a dance. This year, in keeping with Muskegon's tra- dition of excellent debating, the debate team won the West Ottawa Debate Tournament. Thus MHS is excellently represented in the exciting battle of words and minds known as debate. Pam Hemmick, Annette Tool, and Karen Nelson have found another use for the symbols of the club: the podium and the gavel. Speech Guild SPEECH GUILD All those M.H.S. students interested in assembly speak- ing, public discussions, and various other speech activities are sure to be found in Speech Guild. On many occasions these young people are called upon by civic and church groups to present panel discus- sions on some interesting and timely subject. Membership to this club is obtained by presenting a short speech, which is judged by the executive board. Row l: Marcia Berghuis, Pam Hemmick, Karen Nelson, and David Staple. Row 2: Nancy Broutman, Ann Kolekamp, Virginia Jensen, and Barb Venderwest. Row 3: Sharon McKinnon, Sue Storms, and Barb Pearson. Row 4: Joe Legatz, Gerritt Meyers, and Sherwood K FOLISS. l-Aarndt, 'Dennis Fl. 2-Andersen, Kathy Bells 3-Anderson, Karen Fl. 4-Anderson, Kay Cl. 5-Baker, Carey Fl. 6-Baker, lrene Bssn. 7-Baldwin, Phyllis Cl. 8-Banta, Wm. Cor. 9-Berg, Ron Cor. lO-Birdsall, James Trm. l l-Boeschenstein, Wm. Cl. l2-Bomers, Mary Jo Cl. I3-Borgeson, Anne FI. I5-Bouwman, Dan Bar. l6-Brillhart, Harry Cl. l7-Brower, Jerry Cl. l8-Buehrle, Mark Cor. l9-Carr, lngrid Cor. 20-Christian, Michael Bass. 2l-Cross,Joanne Fl. 22-Danhof, Chas. Bass. 23-Day, Pat 25-DeBoer, Dale Barlet. 26-Druckenmiller, Joyanne Cl. 27-Fielstra, Randy Drm. 28-Gotts, Terry CI. 29-Green, Dave T. Sax. 30-Grevel, Jim Trm. 3l-Hallberg, Pam Cl. 32-Hammond, Dick T.Sox. 33-Hartman, Mary Ann Cl. 35-Henriksen, Jim Drm. 36 Hering, Sandy Cl. 37-Herlein, Doris Trm. 38-Hoefakker, Dave Bass. 39-Hoeker, Coreen Cl, 40-Hoeker, Jim Trm. 4l-Hoffman, Albert Cor. 42-Hoffman, Marylin Fl. 43-Holmberg, Dick Cl. 44-Houck, Stanley Cor. . 46-Jepsen, Marc Cor. 47-Johnson, Eddie Dr 48-Johnson, Dale Bssn 49-Johnson, Jerry 50-Johnson, Sherry 5l-Keiser, Larry Bass 52-Kinney, Jim Trm. 53-Kish, Dorothy Fl. 54-Kolkema, John Cl. 55-Knudson, Bob Cor. 56-Koning, Nick Fr.H. 57-Lack, Linda Cl. 58-Leder, Arnold Bass 59-Linderman, Jim Dr 60-Lorenz, Mike Trm. 6l-Lund, Chas. A.Sax 62-Lundwall, Dan Cor 63-Luyendyk, Roberta 64-Marek, Diane Cl. 65-Markstrorn, Ingrid 45-Houseman, Barbara Cl. Muskegon High School Band The Muskegon High School Band, one of the finest in the- United States, is a big reason why Muskegon is on the map. Starting practice long before school starts, the band is ready to go by the time most students are awakening to the shocking fact that school has begun. Throughout the football season the band drills every fourth hour, and then astonishes fans on the weekends with its precise and clever formations. After the grid season has passed, the band goes through a quick change and emerges as the Muskegon High School Concert Band. As the Concert Band, the group participates in a series of concerts and contests such as the District Solo and Ensemble Festival, the District Band Festival, and the annual Band Concert. This year the band, under the able direction of Mr. Rays, received first place ratings in all competitive events. The year ended in the tradi- tional manner as the band played the Alma Mater for the graduation exercises. 66-Ma rsh, Carole ,,., 'V U, f, MH, .. , A . , ,.,,..- N 1, , imm- 3Qv f hg N , , mvQH, W wfE?WhLLwfx . SY?X3'MQgQ fQWw4 E E w X , , 'W f ' V I Z4 A V A' ,-if-,M U. f. . A . , 11.11-vu - X K,...,w,, A ,,,N, A M A :b,7 ' H f In ' as A 6gHrm6fL WL Ewii X ?Ww J Q 5:3 jf 'wi XX 1 ,M W f .4 23 - LINDSAY, PRISCILLA 35 - STEWART, MIKE 24 - MARTINEZ, VIRGINIA 36 - SWANSON, HAROLD 25 - MEYERS, MARY 37 - STRUDWICK, DICK 26 - MORLEY, MARTHA ANN 38 - TIERMAN, DOUGLAS 27 - MILLER, ELIZABETH 39 - TOBBEY, PEGGY 28 - MORLEY, ROBERT 40 - VAN DE KOPPEL, GERALD 29 - NEWKIRK, TRICIA 4I - VANDER MEULEN, ANITA 30 - PENDLETON, HELEN 42 - WALTERS, BOB 31 - SANBORN, ROBERT 43 - WALSWORTH, PAM 32 - SCHANZLIN, CHERYL 44 - WARD, LARRY 33 - SIMONSON, CARL 45 - WEST, SUE 34 - STEWART, MART 46 - WHITE, TERRY Muskegon High School Orchestra MUSKEGON SENIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA The school year l96l-62 has been an extremely busy one for the Muskegon High School Concert Orchestra, due mainly to its continued activity in connection with the Muskegon Kiwanis Club's Travel and Ad- venture Lecture Series. As in preceding years, the orchestra has played a pre-lecture .concert before each of the twelve lectures. While this has put severe demands on the personnel of the group, it has also done much to ocquaint the citizens of Greater Muskegon with the musical ability of this group. ln addition to this series of concerts, the orchestra has added to its laurels by presenting various programs throughout the yeor ending with the traditional Spring Concert. Row l: Rosalyn Johnson, Carol Johnson, Karen Cloud, Annette Tool, Rosemary Murray, Dawn Scrivnor, Jean Strandberg Ll Fee, Judy Yonkman, Gail Bae, Lisa Johnson, Kathy Morency, Aloys Black, Wanda Samuels, Guynne Guibord. Row 2: Karen Gassman, Mary DeYoe, Lynne McArthur, Sharon Peters, Lynda Conant, Ann Christophersen, Ruth Ann Hix Betty Rogers, Nancy Christophersen, Judy Urcavich, Joyce Reynhout, Kathy Dekker, Mary Vanderwest, Marcia Maggert Marek, Rosemary Harris. A Cappella Under the able direction of Miss Mabeth Saure, A Capella, an advanced singing group, strives to gain additional skill in the art of music. A Capella is one of the busiest organiza- tions on campus with requests made for its programs six months to a year in advance. This year the group participated in school assem- blies, the Christmas Concert, and state and district choir festivals. Madrigalians is a mixed group of ad- vanced singers who sing throughout the year for numerous church and civic organizations. "Mads" also participate annually in the Christmas Concert, Choir Parents' Night, and the .Spring Concert. The sixteen Madrigalians provide exten- sive and entertaining music for community and school functions as well as enjoying an excellent experience for advanced vocalists. Raw 3: Sue Dillard, Emmy Wierengo, Charles Mundt, Marshall Poe, Doug Hasper, David M. Jensen, Bill Keur, Clifford Hamil, Jim Fairris, Don Lack, Dave Herman, Terry Meinhardi, Jesse Baruera, Jerry Hatfield, Dee Garlaugh, Marilyn Hoffman. Fourth Raw: Richard Hollander, Doug Thompson, Terry Werley, Wayne Witham, Jon DeHorn, Charles Krupa, Butch' Hopma, Jerry Hulha, Jim Christaphersen, Jim Dowell, Marv Wheaton, Charles Wilder, Bob Buitendorp, Eric Lans, John Seppamaki. Madrigalians Row l: Cheryl Boyce, Ruth Ann Gustafson, Marilee Parr, Fritzi Riekels-Treasurer, Carole Sandford-Vice Pres., Anne Borgeson-Sec. Christine Kennedy-Historian, Jean Juntunen. Raw 2: Terry Gotts, Dave Albery, Clifford Hamil, Dick Hammond-Pres., Jim Christophersen, John Oliphant, Howard Westerlund and Dan Lundwall. Row l: Barb Johnson-Vice President, Pauline Wiese, Lynda Simonds, Judith Russell, Janette Larsen, Anita Goebel, Sally Greene, Phyllis Jacobsen, Berly Lynn, and Mary Lou Carmeon. 0 Row 2: Carole Kuiper, Lynda Kramer, Sue Brail-Treasurer, Pat Strickland, Jean Hughey, Pat Clake, Shirley DeYoung-President, Paula Franklin, Paulette Portenga, Bettie Mitchell, and Barbara Tice. Row 3: Dianne Borgeson, Lynne Harper, Lois McMillon, Lynda Decker-Sergeant-at-Arms, Carol Lehmann, Linda Hartman, Claire Conley, Norma Bielinski, Joan Bolt, and Sandy Penny. Row 4: Fredly St. Amour, Sue Crothers, Cathy Baker, Sue Stromsta-Sect., Barbara Cooper-Accompanist, Joan Medema, Joyce Ev- ans, Jennifer Johnson, Chorleen Hamilton, Beatrice Martin, and Rosie Parker. Girls' Choir Senior High Chorus MHS Girls' Choir provides an opportunity Senior High Chorus provides students in- for girls who are more advanced singers to terested in vocal music with an opportunity sing in a select glee club for girls. Members are selected by Miss Saure in tryouts. The choir participates in assemblies, the Christ- mas Concert, the Spring Festival, and the Dis- trict Festival. Girls' Choir participates with the other choirs in the Choral Department in sponsor- ing a dance and giving a banquet in the to learn the fundamentals and to cultivate a greater appreciation of music. This group is the first step toward singing with the more advanced choirs on campus. Although com- posed of beginners, the Senior High Chorus provides enjoyable music at assemblies dur- ing the year. Membership is open to anyone who wants to sing and enjoys it. spring. Row l: Connie Bryant, Beverly Bartur, Coreen Cramer, Cynthia Radel-Tres., Sharon Zimonick, Karen Kalmoe, Sue Lans-Vice Pres., Pat Dagen, Janis Hall, Peggy Garrison, Peggy Dunker, Jill Solem, Sherry Bluir, Carol Watkins. Row 2: Gladys Anderson, Jeanette Jackson, Brenda Greathouse, Pam Bruteyn, Sandra Ewald, Sue Benham, Avis Teles, Sheila Dzur, Karen Baertman, Hope Cartwright, Nancie Baker, Phyllis Calvin, Helen Cartwright, Shirley Shanty. Row 3: Roberta Norton, Kris Erickson, Carol Keith, Nancy Tisher, Barbara Lofgren, Lois Perry, Sue Hall, Mary Jo Black-Sec., Jackie Thompson, Priscilla Stinson, Marcia Morrow, Arleen Kinney, Sharon Lieb, Karen Holman. Row 4: Linda Wiest, Eugene Schrebe, Michael Alley, Dennis Rollison, Bill Grimm, Tom Peterson, Cecil Parker, Fred Stulp, Roy Boo, Spencer ,Norma'n, Preston Pulliams, James Saint Amour, Paul Traylor, Gregory Laws. Row I: Janet Silky-President, Nancy Newman-Vice President, Barb Mixer-Secretary, Carolyn Dykema-Treasurer, Janice Buttermore- Sergeant-at-Arms, Gretchen Heneveld-Sergeant-at-Arms, Barb Klecka, Ginger Elliot, and Mary Ann Kendrew. Row 2: Sandi Druker, Jan Marek, Bette Petersen, Sheri Appel, Carole Schalk, Ruth Vonderbeck, Kathy Dekker, Jero DeLong, and Stella Cole. Sow 3: Juanita VanCamp, Elsa Pressentin, Barbara Dalson, Kay Carlson, Paulette Nelson, Jan Block, Marie Tandy and Barbara ilverman. Sow 'Judy Wolf, Cherrie Bricker, Suzi Meyer, Suzanne Langeland, Barbi Klemp, Judy Yonkman, Barbara Jensen, and Rosaleen amp e . Y-Teens The aim of Y-Teens is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in common life those ideals of personal and social living, committed by their faith in God. To fulfill this aim, the club participates in many service projects throughout the year. A few of these are filling a Thanksgiving and Christmas basket to cheer a needy family, aiding in the Crippled Children's Drive, and helping the Com- Sarah Beth Boggess scholarship, which is presented to a worthy senior each year. On the fun side, Y-Teens has an annual slumber party, a Christmas Femme-invite Dance, and a weekend at Camp Emery each spring. Any girl at M.H.S. is eligible to join Y-Teens. New friends, new experiences, and new opportuni- ties for leadership are the rewards of membership in this world-wide fellowship. ' munity Chest Drive. The club also sponsers the Row ll Peggy Dunker, Lois Derks, Barb Johnson, Lynda Decker, Betty Pearce, Brando Bant, Suzie Dillard, Karen Ruzicka, Mari- beth Rae, Linda Bodenhammer, Shawn Berghuis, Eilene Wilson, and Pat Woods. Row 2: Ginger Hortsema, Emmy Plant, Doughn Van Riper, Jackie Gilbert, Penny Zietlow, Jana Church, Roberta Norton, Pam Hallberg, Nancy Marks, Brenda Greathouse, Pallette Portenga, Karen Cranston, Gay Hilliard, and Hope Cartwright. Row 3: Sue Young, Jessica Barnes, Sue Davies, Cynthia Radel, Coreen Cramer, Kathy Morency, Jill Solem, Kaye Mills, Sharon Peets, Diane Seifert, Barb Hosler, Kay Iverson, Marilyn Howland, Glenna Hoeker, and Ann Christopherson. Row 4: Jane Weideman, Laura Reinertson, Linda Mefford, Lynne Christianson, Jane Mixer, Jan Mjavig, Cathy Clark, Sue Wild, Sue Benton, Beverly McLouth, Ruth Bruining, Mary Jane Acterhoff, Sherry Johnson, and Alice McKee. Row 5: Pat Adair, Roberto Luyendyk, Sandy Robertson, Andrea Clinch, Jan Peterson, Libbie Suprey, Mary Jo Black, Ann Longe- Eind, Carolyn Flowers, Marcia Wagner, Adele Kowalski, Linda Hartman, Rolene Dalson, Judy Toxopeue, Mary Meier, and Joanne ross. Row l: Mrs. F. Tool-Advisor, Mary DeYoe-Historian, Judy Lawson- Secretary, Rosemary Harris-Sergeant-at-Arms, Annette Tool- President, Ann Kolekamp-Treasurer, Judy Gunderman-Songleader, and Chuck Waivoord-Vice President. Row 2: Marcia Berghuis, Sandy Glidden, Ruth Borgman, Carolyn Flowers, Ann Hathaway, Lynda Conant, Marcia Wagner, and Diane Erwin. Row 3: Elsa Pressentin, Marilyn Hoffman, Betty Lawrence, Marcia Levin, Lynn Darke, Bette Shatney, Barb Johnson, and Cheryl Kienke. Row 4: Libby Fee, Nancy Broutrnan, Peggy Tobey, Pauletta Nelson, Lynn Rademaker, Kay Mayo, Sue Caswell, Sarah VanDuren, ond Paula Privacky. Row 5: Joan Droppers, Margaret Kencke, Cathy Baker, Fritzi Riekels-Parliamentarian, Jennifer Johnson, Mary Finucan, Marge McKinnon, Dove Maxwell, and Bill Salter. French Clubs The French Clubs try to increase their mem- There are two French clubs, each meeting bers' ability to speak and understand French. To regularly twice a month. Occasionally the two get reach this goal, the members play games and sing together for parties, to sponsor a dance, and to French songs, present skits, hear talks, and see contribute to Care. Anyone who is studying French movies and slides on France. or who has studied it is eligible for membership to the clubs. Row l: Karen Cranston-Secretary, Linda Newell-Parliamentarian, Susan Tool-Vice President, Karen Gassman-Historian, Kay Tour- cotte-President, Coreen Hoeker-Song Leader, and Anne Borgeson-Treasurer. Row 2: Carol Johnson, Cheryl Chartrand, Diana Halladay, Jana Church, Pearl Kroll, and Karen Peterson. Row 3: Helen Spring, Nancy Posvistak, Diane Somero, Barbara Kolekamp-Sergeant-at-Arms, Kathy Anderson, Glenna Hoeker, and Mrs. F. Tool-Advisor. Row 4: Michele May, John Peterman-Sergeant-at-Arms, SherryJohnson, Tricia Newkiek, Emmy Plant, Sue Young, Dawn Priebe, and Marilyn Howland. Row 5: Cheryl Mills, Helen Pendleton, Bill Newman, Craig Workman, James Bowen, John Aslakson, and Walter Humy. l Row l: Chuck Walvoord-Sgt,-at-Arms, Karen Peterson, Barb Johnson, Annette Tool-co-director, Judy Gunderman-co-director, Paula Privacky, Sarah Von Duren, Betty Lawrence. Row 2: Florence Tool-advisor, Linda Newell, Carol Johnson, Rosemary Harris, Ann Kolekamp, Cheryl Kienke, Kiana Erwin, Mar- cia Berghuis. Row 3: Jan Marek, Kay Tourcotte, Sandy Glidden, Helen Spring, Marcia Levin, Bette Shatney, Kay Mayo, Sue Caswell, Coreen Hoeker. Raw 4: Libby Fee, Nancy Posuistak, Marcia Wagner, Marilyn Hoffman, Mary DeYoe, Helen Pendleton, Susan Tool. ulfolpw 5: Sharon McKinnon, Cathy Baker, Fritzi Riekels, James Bowen, Walter Humy-Treasurer, Margaret Kencke, and Jennifer o nson. FfehCh Choral French Choral gives students who are in- terested in learning French songs an oppor- tunity to sing together every other week after school. At Christmas time, the group sings at the hospitals and at other places desiring Christ- mas entertainment. Varsity Club To promote good citizenship through clean- liness and fair play in athletics, to raise the gen- eral standard of athletics through friendly compe- tition in interschool meetings, to develop and main- tain a better standard of scholarship among ath- letes is the three-fold purpose of the Muskegon Varsity Club. Varsity Club met the visiting teams and of- ficials during football and basketball seasons, and performed other valuable duties in both sports. The club sold candy and programs at the basketball games and sponsored the homecoming dance to raise money for a new football score- board. Varsity Club also contributed a substantial amount to the Ed Wittkopp Fund. Any winner of an "M" in a major sport is eligible for member- ship in this respected and useful club. Row l: Jim Lindgren-President, Jim Decker-Secretary, Ted Olsen, Tom McShannock-Treasurer, Larry Medendorp-Sergeant-at-Arms, and Dick Buikema-Vice President. Row 2: Skip Howell, Mike Witham, Bill Kooiman, Bill Keur, Byron "Butch" Hopma, and Terry Werley. Row 3: Mark Gunst, Dan Tomczak, Daniel Hoekenga, Melvin Peterman, Craig Workman, Tom Bouwman, and Scott Nelson. Row 4: Aaron Martinez, Bob Back, Mike Aleraham, Jim Johnson, Bob Duliban,'Larry Maxwell, Charles Porkka, and Denny Hendryx. 1 E Row l: Rosoleen Campbell-President, Joe Legatz-Vice President, Susan Tool-Secretary, JoAnne Erickson, and Bill Banta. Row 2: Sue Benton, Diane Marek, Pat Reed, Barb Lorez, and Carry Baker. Row 3: Kris Erickson, Cathy Clark, Jill Daniel, Carol Genter, and Marilee Parr, Row 4: Miss Helvie-Advisor, Tom Russell, Frank Lennie, Jim Pendell, and George Fredrickson. Spanish Club The Spanish Club of Muskegon High School has been organized to promote greater interest and better understanding of the Spanish-speak- ing peoples of the world. Monthly meetings include such programs as slides of Spain and South America or speakers who have lived or visited in Spanish-speaking countries. Spanish club sponsors a scholar- ship to Community College for the senior who excells in class and is cone tinuing the study of Spanish in col- lege. A banquet is held at year's end at which only Mexican food is served. The club meets the third Monday of every month. Anyone who is en- rolled in a Spanish class or who speaks Spanish may become a member. "Every man wants his woman on a pedestaI" and Joe Legatz has three, they are Susan Tool, JoAnne Erickson, and Rosaleen Campbell, officers of Spanish Club. The motto for the Girl's Athletic Association KGAAD is: A sport for every girl and a girl for every sport. Up- holding this motto, GAA engages in winter, spring, and fall sports plus swimming, bowling, and dancing. Any girl properly enrolled at M. H.S. is eligible to become a member of this organization. This year the club gave a dance after one of the basketball games entitled "Jingle Bell Rock". The purpose of GAA is to promote high standards for girls' and women's sports. Two points more for Coreen Hooker and perhaps two inches more for Kathy Skok from the way that Cecil DeGroot and Jean Boltz are measuring. G.A.A. Row l: Cecil DeGroot-President, Joan Boltz-Vice President, Kathy Skok-Secretary, Marie Felker, Coreen Hoeker-Sports Manager, Sherry Westerlind, Barb Bates, Karen Kramer, Karen Cranston, Gay Hilliard, Pam Walsworth, Lynda Hosko, and Linda Way. Row 2: Pearl Kroll, Pam Westedt, Carol Genter, Nancy Thies, Bonnie Castle, Joan Peabody, Sharon Lea Johnson, Priscilla Lindsay, Peggy Homer, Chelene Budzynski, Emily Slorf, Connie Meinhardi. Row 3: Carol Barhitte, Jana Church, Kris Erickson, Lynn Rademaker, Par Top, Eva Ward, Cathy Clark, Connie Gardner, Sharon Foster, Marilyn Howland, Carol Monroe, and Charlene Baker. Row 4: Linda Engquist, Gyneth Nevins, Marsha Margret, Judy VanWoerkom, Judy Maring, Marla Houghteling, Ann Dykhuizen, Sandi Ruthkoski, Pam Hoaglund, Paula Seeting, Pat Osborne, Ann Christophersen, and Roberta Norton. Row 5: Laura Reinertson, Jill Salem, Kathy Morency, Diane Potts, Sandra Hutchinson, Shawn Berghuis, Eilene Wilson, Nancy Tis- W hir, Linda Helman, Judy Hage, Sharon Kirkpatrick, Pat VanKrevelen, Gunna Hoeker, and Pam Hallbera. l Row 1: Judy Lawson, Roycene Rollins, Sue Meyer-editor-in-chief, Cherrie Bricker, and Rose Mary Sampson. Row 2: Mary Meier, Barb Carr, Barb Pearson, Barb Mixer, Mary Mattila, Robert C. Skelley. Row 3: Stuart Nixon, Gil Ashendorf, David Hamm, Dave Kyvig, Rollie Beebe, and Tom Russell. Said Q Done Here's a familiar scene in the Said and Done headquarters. As always the staff is hard at work putting together the best yearbook ever. SAID AND DONE The members of the Said and Done staff have made it their purpose to present to the student body a vivid and accurate account of the school year of 1961-1962. Through the staff's tireless efforts, pictures were secured, indispen- sable information was ob- tained, and the M.S.H. story was written. Elsa Pressentin, editor-in-chief of the Keyhole, is giving a few pointers to George Doubles and Alice Anderson. The purpose of the Campus Keyhole is to inform the student body and faculty of hap- penings about and concerning M.H.S. The Keyhole is published every two weeks with news articles, features, sports stories, and pictures. The staff, Composed of students who have completed Journalism l, attended the annual journalism convention at the Univer- sity of Michigan this year. A safety edition of the paper was also published this year and entered in the national safety contest, in which about 8,000 student newspapers com- pete. Muskegon has placed at or near the top in this event for many years, and hopes to again this year. Row l: Daryl Ringelberg-3rd page editor, Paula Privacky lst page editor Elsa Pressentln editor in chief JoAnne Erickson Chron icle School page editor, Jill Daniels-feature editor. Row 2: Jim Beck, Barb Bates, Sharon Peets, Sarah VanDuren Row 3 W J Harrison Scott Zeller Duane Wright Row l: Marianne Dykema-President, Lois Perry-Vice President, Kay Mayo-Secretary, Mary Thomas-Historian, and Bonnie Castle- Parliamentarian. Row 2: Margaret Elliott, Marylee Steinmetz, Phyllis Hallberg, Carol Barhitte, Joanne Lukas, and Jackie Thompson. Row 3: Annette Jackson, Linda Davis, Retha Patterson, Geraldene Partee, Barbara Lotgren, Connie Moore, and June McMillan. Row 4: Charles Jackson, Daisy Underwood, Jim Dowell, Eva Ward, William Anderson. Library Club The purpose of the club members is to provide social fellowship for those with the some interest, explore their interests and abilities in relation to library work, and to help in the field of library service. The Library Club started its active school year by introducing students into the techniques of library service and increasing interest in books and reading of the literary world in general. Among the many events of the club this year were a candy sale, Book Week, Library Week, and SLAAM, a regional meeting of library assistants. Library Club and its various functions are an essential part of the organization of our school. Shown are a few of its ambitious members hard at work. These active members of the Service Squad are shown hard at work performing their vital service to the school. Service Squad Row I: Maury Gross, Kyran Miller, Sharon McKinnon, Dan Bouwman, and Stan Cooper. Row 2: Brian Reay, Denny Robbins, Paul Wagner, John Asiakson, and Chuck Danhof. Row l: Eileen Wilson, Karen Ruzicko, Susan Sutton, Dorothy Moffett, Maribeth Rea, Lucille Weick, Bette Shatney, and Shelia Oqur. Row 2: Nancy Grams, Sherry Bleier, Candy Denhot, Lindo Meftord, Sally Koscinski, Nancy Seastrom, Peggy Dunker, Linda Newell. Row 3: Shawn Berghuis, Mary Essenberg, Rod Parrish, Bill Ashley, Ginny Piercey, Doris Moffett, Diane Somero, Cheryl Huttenga, Ann Langeland. Row 4: Avis Teles, Bruce Neumer, Sue Caswell, Kay Mayo, Lynda Simonds, Karen Stratil, Lynda Kutack, Sally Greene, Karen Nelson. lsoxlvif 5: Charles VanderLoan, Mark Gunst, Ray Veeder, Mike Krivitzky, Mary Jo Black, Linda Singleton, Janice Mjovig, Marcia e ong. BOOSBBI' f , A, Booster Club, one of the largest . organizations at M.H.S., is the chief promoter of school spirit on campus. This year, as always, the club's activi- ties raised morale and enthusiasm to a pitch that kept Muskegon at the top of the school spirit ladder. The gay posters hanging around campus are just one of the many im- portant projects of Booster Club. Red and white pom-poms and ribbons with mottos such as "Topple the Tigers" are another. Here, Sue Hall, Sue Reilly, and Joe Ellis demon- strate a practical use for the new doors!!! l d t Jackie Gilbert-vice-pres., Sandra Row l: Sue Reilly, Pat Reed, Ondre Robinson, Kgthy Dekker-sgt.-at-arms, Bill Holmberg-presi en , Grams-sgt.-at-arms, Sue Hall treasurer. Row 2: Virginia Martinez, Jennifer McDonald, Jackie Tennant, Ginger Elliot, Jan Block, Barb Klecka, Barb Schneider. Row 3: Sherrie Johnson, Carol DeFouw, Jo Ann Erickson, Murilee Parr, Sue Langeland, Judy Yonkman, Paulette Nelson, Sue Meyer, Mike Witham, Mr. Wingler-advisor. V ' N Cherrie Bricker, Skip Howell, Joe Ellis Raw 4: Jim Beck, Rick Hollander, Ron'Muller, Barb Gibner, Barb Klemp, Nancy ewman, . Raw 5: Sharon Martinez, Roger Muller, Tom Kochin, Jim Pendell, Dave Kyvig, Bruce Hilt, Joe Legatz, Bill Greene, George Fred- ricksen. C I u b 3 A special feature of the club this i year was "color week", held in co- l operation with the cheerleaders. Dur- ing the week before the football game with Muskegon Heights, the club members sold pom-poms, ribbons, and flowers, the teachers wore red mums, and the cheerleaders wore different uniforms each day. Booster Club also sponsored ex- cursions to Benton Harbor to cheer our football and basketball team on to victory. The Muskie Boosters also contributed to the Ed Wittkopp Fund, the William Stewart Memorial Fund, and the summer camp fund of the varsity cheerleaders. Membership in Booster Club is open to anyone inter- ested in promoting school spirit. i Ginger Elliot, Sue Hall, Ron Muller, and Jackie Gilbert show Booster Club hard at work i?J in V promoting school spirit. i .1 , .,., ......,,- Row l' Rod Stone-song leader Marsha Reed sec Pat Clarke J d U h C . , - ., , u y rcaric , lifford Homil-vice pres., Margaret Kencke, Marilee Parr-sec., Carla Johnson-vice pres., Marcia VanDyke- pres., Mike Voss-treasurer. Row 2: Carol Visscher, Michael Christian, Sondra Ewald, Carol DeFouw, Joyce Reynhout, Pat Top, Sharon Peters, Shirley Cochman Sheila Nelson, Sue lversen. Row 3: Bonnie Place, Jean Juntunen, Jo Anne Erickson, Jacquie Cramer, Sandra Ferguson, Dianne Hansen, Linda Davis, Delores Stark, Carol Genter, Nancy Thies, Lisa Johnson, Mary Ellen Langan. Row 4: Gail Boe, Sharon Cook, Ruth Ann Hixon, Janice Yonker, Marilyn Haken, Sandy Hering, Beverly Wardell, Linda Anderson Nancy Tisher, Cecil DeGraot, Karen Gassman. Raw 5: Shirley Davis, Judy Beekman, Mary Lou Lathrop, Larry Poort, Larry Hixon, James Bowen, Bill Bowen, Marvin Anderson Chuck Danhof, Kathy Anderson, Beverly Crowell, Mrs. Andrews. Youth For Christ Here are the officers of Y.F.C. display their sign which attract many students to the club's yaried and interestinglprograms during the lunch hours. s held l Y.F.C. was organized for three reasons: to develop Christian leadership among young people, to give the Christian students a. chance to meet with others of the same beliefs, and to lead others to Christ. Weekly meetings in- clude musicals, skits, and well- known international speakers. Youth for Christ is open to anyone, no membership being required. The club also spon- sors a girls' ensemble, a trio, and an excellent quiz team. Row l: Kathy Meyers, Sue West, Carolyn Kieft-Sec., Sondra Hutchinson-Vice Pres., Sharon McKinnon-Pres., Linda Helman, Kay Jensen, Jackie Cramer-Treasurer, and Gay Hilliard. Row 2: Ann Matthews, Sally Springsdorf, Linda Sikkenga, Beverly McLouth, Nancy Sent, Brenda Johnson, Paulette Portengea, Lynda Simonds, and Gyneth Nevins. Raw 3: JoAnn Burns, Linda Smith, Rosaleen Campbell, Jessica Barnes, Pat Woods, Bettie Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, Shirley Stin- son, Sandy Holloway. Row 4: Mary Jane Achterhoff, Ruth Bruining, Connie Gardner, Janet Blaske, Ruth Bennett, Linda Mefford, Cheryl Totten, Gina Eyke, Mary Ann Hartman. Row 5: Carole Kuiper, Marla Houghteling, Geraldine Pummel, Susan Kirkpatrick, Eilene Wilson, Shawn Berghuis, Pam Faulks, Penny Newman, and Pat Adair. Future Nurses of America Any girl interested in a nursing career is a welcome member of Future Nurses Of America. The club's purpose is to stimulate an understand- ing of nursing and its related fields. One way of carrying out this goal is the "canary" program, 'the nurses' aid program at Hackley Hospital, of which the girls are included. Among this year's activities were hospital visits, demonstrations and movies, and the Blood Bank. Future Nurses sponsored cupcake sales during the year to raise money for the club. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tues7 days of each month for anyone who is interested in nursing. Sharon McKinnon ponders what to do next for the patient, Jackie Cramer. Carolyn Kiett, at the ersd of the stretcher awaits Sandra Hutchinson, who is vainly trying to revive the patient. What do you expect from future nurses. Row l: Daryl Ringelberg-Vice Pres., Annette Tool-Pres., Barb Johnson-Sec., Stella Cole-Tres., Nancy Wilkins-Parliamentarion. Row 2: Virginia Martinez, Carol Shafer, Ruth Borgman, Sheryl Bleier, Diane Marek, Raymajean Holdren. Row 3: Pat Wright, Rosalyn Johnson, Janet Lipske, Diane Seifert, Marilyn Hoffman, Elsa Pressentin, Carol Schoonbeck. Row 4: Jennifer Johnson, Roberta Luyendyk, Emmy Plant, Libby Fee, Lynne Harper, Lynn Darke. Row 5: Libbie Duprey, Judy VanWerkom, Judy Maring, Marianne Dykema, Judy Lucas, John Boltz, Diana Nelson. FLlll.ll'e Teachers ol AlTlel'iCa ln order to learn of the opportunities in teach- leadership, for they learn to do by doing. The ing and to cultivate the qualities essential to a members of F.T.A. also develop human relations good teacher, the student members of F.T.A. ob- through various service projects, such 'as Thanks- tain actual experience by observing teachers in giving and Christmas baskets. action, they begin to develop the ideas of student Fascinateld by student teacher, Jim Bowen, are Annette Tool, Libby Fee, Pat Wright, and Stella Cole. Western Michigan University, his Alma Mater, is the topic of conversation. Rolla' l': Norma Sustaita, Karen Johnson, Marilyn Stoven, Connie Minehardy, Barb Walker, Pot Morrow, and Joyce Evans. Row 2: Gloria Martinez, Annette Jackson, Phyllis Jacobson, Karen Holman, Marian Davies, Lois McMillan, and Martha Wiles Row 3: Mrs, Collier, Gail Sutton, Karen Simons, Pat Moore, Rosie Parker, Betty Buriss, Marfaye Dodd, Row 4: Lougene Anthony, Mary Green, Beatrice Martin, Sharon Martin, Eva Ward, Sharleen Hamilton. Future Homemakers of America To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and sotistactions of homemaking, to encourage democracy in home and community life, and to promote International Good Will are several of the many purposes of the Future Homemakers of America. F.H.A. is a service club not only to its own members but also to the school and community. The club sends baskets to the needy, contributes to the chiIdren's home and hospital ward, sponsors a scholarship fund, and gives on honor award to a home economics' student. F.H.A. meets twice a month after school. Any girl or boy who has had a semester of homemaking is eligible to join. The advisor is Mrs. Collier. Karen Holman, Norma Sustaita, Gail Sutton, and Marilyn btover, officers of F.H.A., ARE preparing the background display for their style show. The style show, an an- nual event, was a big success as always. Kathy Beesing, Cherrie Bricker, and Anne Wibalda show their interest for the states that they represent in Senate, but Virginia Elliot seems distracted by atassle. Senate is a representative assembly much like the upper house of the United States Congress. The club is composed of 50 juniors and seniors, each representing a state in the union. To promote a better world, Senate participates in many cultural and service activities. This year it adopted an overseas orphan and also attended cultural activities such as local musicals and dra- matic plays. Social activities indulged in by the Senators include the annual Senate-Carmenta Party, a hay- ride held during Christmas vacation, a "come as you are" induction party, and many, many more. Row l: Anne Wibalda-President, Ginger Elliot-Vice President, Kathryn Beesing-Secretary, Elizabeth Peterson-Treasurer, Cherrie Bricker-Historian, Charmaine DreIles-Sergeant-at-Arms, Sue Langeland-Sergeant-at-Arms, Daryl Ringelberg-Reporter, Barbara Jen- sen-Parliamentarian. Row 25 Sue Voss, Sandy Glidden, Elsa Pressentin, Karen Cloud, Judi Daniels, Diane Seifert, Jan Block, and Marcia Berghuis. Row 3: Marcia VanDyke, Betty Lawrence, Mary Meyers, Mary Matthews, Karen Anderson, Jill Daniels, Karen Nelson, and Rose- mary Harris. Row 4: Judy Jensen, Linda Hartman, Nancy Posvistak, Tricia Newkirk, Marlene Luker, Carole Schanzlin, Rosaleen Campbell, and Barbara Pearson. Raw 5: Barb Gibner, Diane Nelson, Kay Anderson, Paula Privacky, Roxi Veitenheimer, Linda Dykema, Sherry Johnson, Ruth Bruining, Mrs. Stockwell-Advisor, and Barb Carr. Carmenta Row l: Evelyn Norton-Publicity, Kathy Dekker-Parliamentarian, Ann Kolekarnp-Historian, Janey Silky-Vice Pres., Janis DeVries- President, Christine Hartman-Carr. Sec., Cherie Rollston-Recording sec., and Sue Meyer-Treasurer. Row 2: .lera DeLong, Barb Klecka, Barb Mixer, Ruthmari Vanderbeek, Paulette Nelson, Judy Yonkman, Marlbeth Rea, and Judy Lawson. Row 3: Jackie Gilbert Ann Hathaway, Barbara Dalson, Darlene Witt, Karen Moore, Ginny Piercey, Karel Wiersma. Row 4: Joan Droppersl, Carole Sanford, Mary DeYoe, Diane Hatch, Judy Toxopeus, Rolene Dalson, Emmy Wierengo, and Carole Pickel. Row 5: Janice Bos, Carolyn Dykema, Adele Kowalski, Fritzi Riekels, Nancy Newman, Marleen Valk, Barb Klemp, and Gretchen Heneveld. lnterest in literature and the arts is the rnain- stay of Carmenta Literary Society. Junior and Senior girls wishing to cultivate such an interest are candidates for Carmenta. Oral book reports at each meeting help to further the girl's literary knowledge. 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ANDERSON, SHARON COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. ANDERSON, WILLIAM L. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club ANDREWS, PAMELA COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES.: Student Council, French Club, French Chorus-Sargent-at-Arms, Senior Life Saving, Booster Club, Syncronized Swimming APPEL, SHARON COURSE: College Prep. . ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Student Council, Bowl- ing-Treasurer, Senior Girls ARCHAMBAULT, GERALD COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Cross Country ASBURY, DALE COURSE: College Prep. ASHLEY, MARGARET E. COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Art Metal Division of Industrial Arts, 2nd Place BAARS, DELBERT COURSE: General BAILEY, DONALD COURSE: General BAKER, PHILIP COURSE: General ,- -.... f,,.... ,mm f-...- ...E W , ,, I. kk.. -. , .W -V . ,fi 1 I f - V V 'kiwi z,,f,,fj,r ia .i'.'1 , , ..--,.- ,.,., I :E .--. ..., ,. .1 ..,,,,, f,..:.,,g..:, s ,... ,mg ,,,,,,.,,f,...g. ,i:.M,,. .... .... 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ACTIVITIES: CO-Op BOSMA, HENRY COURSE: General BOUR, GLORIA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Student Council, Co-op BOUWMAN, DAN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Masque, Service Squad BOUWMAN, THOMAS COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Football Manager, Varsity Club -5 Iswgizlpfi 2 Q K ,.., . ,,,,,, M. .. Isis ,I QIQIQI lift I gawk .. ..,.. Y iw 1 1 sg, I sr if II pggii as I 34 be 3 I ggi gal ww? ,I gel .in ' 'E i If K3 V. 1 "i'iE xl' '4f5l.fi'5ii:'..z 'I I E- lf- -Y 1:1 . tl " 5' IN T 5 IJ: 'I' ' 'I -' Silva-?.fifI.:5, I ,A., " ' ' jf s 2 II'fQlI1 ili I 'I 'MI jif1iQ'iIEI'l5:iIi .ECI , , ev .fy-gf-If Q:-15,51 3 .I ,,sMW,,. . ,i-sm., -I -M, I gs:-:,szsa.: , .f 1, zigplgff www-iff-2 ,ri wwf ,wgifgygfff--:gg ,, , , ,,,,, , , w ,, ,, . BOUWSMA, KATHY COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: French Club, Co-op, Y.F.C. BOWEN, BILL COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C. BOWEN, JAMES COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: French Club, French Choir, Sci- ence Seminar, Y.F.C. BRAND, JIM COURSE: Business BRANTMAN, SHIRLEYANN COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, Future Nurses BREZINSKI, DONALD COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Service Squad BREZINSKI, JUDY ANN COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, French Club, Co-op BRICKER, CHERRIE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Student Council, Sen- ate-Historian, Booster Club, Said 8- Done- Subscription Manager, Synchronized Swim- ming BRILLHART, HARRY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Pro-Musica, Latin Club BRISKORN, JANICE COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens BRONDYKE, ANTJE COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Library Club, F.T.A., Y.F.C. BROWN, BOYD COURSE: Business BROWN, PHILIP COURSE: College Prep. BUIKEMA, DICK COURSE: General ' ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club -- Vice President, Eaieball--Most Valuable Player Award, Foot- a BURRINGTON, DORIS COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Co-op frm- -Wfrfs-S. 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STRICKLAND, PATRICIA COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Girls' Choir SUMNER, SALLY COURSE: College Prep. ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens, Booster Club, Senior High Chorus, French Club SUSTAITA, NORMA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. SUTTON, GAIL COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: F.H.A., Bowling SWANSON, HAROLD COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Bond, Orchestra, Pro-Musica, Student Council SWEET, RICHARD COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Bond, Pro-Musico, Cross-Coun- try SWEET, STEVE COURSE: General TANDY, MARIE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: F.N.A., Booster Club, Bowling, Y-Teens TARDY, RANDY COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Booster Club TAYLOR, KAREN COURSE: Business A I l fi? rf. mu: ,,g. fI'Z3!.Q ..'. t13:mZ:1i,.:. 4 r eilwf ' If A Q X 1' 15 Uh. : Q- Iii 1:2 '35, irztzii ' af P HA, ' . . 1,a'-- Milf.: .. ,, . ,SLB s II: m alty ' 1 if ',f.":. M 9,535 ,gm - I is If: ,. I , ,. ,. M ,uw , ., .. ., II 'I "ZW" -slim? 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WADDELL, BILL COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Mosque President, Thespians, French Club Treasurer WAGNER, PAUL WAINWRIGHT, JACK COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Band, Cross Country, Track, Varsity Club, Golf, Said and Done, Senior Life Saving, S.C.C., Keyhole WALTERS, SANDRA COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C.,Co-op WARD, EVA COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club, G.A.A., F.H.A. WARD, LARRY COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Band,Orchestro WARDELL, DIANNE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: F.N.A. WAY, JIM COURSE: Business WAYER, MADELYNN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Library Club, Bowling WEBSTER, DAVID COURSE: College Prep ge? ta I I S E55 , E2 I I .,i 2 I 5555? ,ali IIF, Ilil' 1,15 , I , I I I - I sl I I, I If I, 2 . III, if M ' ,IA 3 : I ,f QI Q 1, W. It I, ,I M, is Iii . I 3 'I ll ,..,, ., .1 :, ..,....... ,. ,, W , .,, ...,. G .,,,,,,,.,,,F,, E.: , 1,, ,.,. ..,. , 1 : gil: ,IE 1, - si I :I IEP' I ll ' I I X Ig If . 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Ii I lg it if 23 .5 WEINER, LORETTA WELCH, DAVE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Booster Club, Hi-Y WERLEY, TERRY COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, A Cappella, Sen- ior High Chorus, Football, Track WEST, SUSAN VIRGINIA COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Y.F.C., Band, Pro Musica, French Club, French Choral, F.N.A., Boost- er Club WESTFIELD, DARREL COURSE: General WHEATON, MARVIN COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: ACappeIIa WHISENANT, PEG COURSE: Business ACTIVITIES: Library Club President, F.H.A. WHITE, SUSAN KAY COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Booster Club, Y-Teens, F.N.A. WIARD, CARMEN WIBALDA, ANNE LISA COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Student Council Sgt.-at-Arms Booster Club, Senate Parliamentarian 8- Pres ident 'WI BLADA, LEO COURSE: General WICK, CARL COURSE: College Prep WIERSMA, KAREL COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Y-Teens, Sen- ior Girls, Carmenta, Junior Tea WIESE, PAULINE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: F.T.A., Senior High C h.o r u s , Girls Choir WILDE, JUDY COURSE: General 110 :- " .,:1 Ml I were -1 1' , ' , , ,Q--f - e :fr 'gf sf 31.22 fee .gn --. 1-if 'lIf"fz'T,'3 . :ill EEE AQ? 233' gli: 5:13, A .f A "gs W ellie? sri : :xml I? , ,-- 1 : 'f:,e,... fr 'II' : e:',:. I V-Qi, A, : '53 ' jf UH ls Nw, W, .I s,:m,:b:::,, we Z. , mi, 'ggi ,gr ,og I ,V Wai' Hifi a I , U i nr ffl l , Z.. .,.,. M , Fin., 9' :1'Eivii?ffifi!f liiaff f ll' ,.lgll,g,.2E g N.. . In ga ' in 'I ,tl :IE 'iff It Whsly ul 3 I ,W K am ,, E5 .-I i ,gi I- 1,, , ki gk NJ Heli 3 'I' Mi SEMI 'Q I , , 5 a ,W 'f M, ., .,L. 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COURSE: General CHARLES WILDER, COURSE: College Prep SIDNEY WILDI E, COURSE: General WILKINS, NANCY COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Senior High Choir, F.T.A, Par- Iiamentanian, Student Council, Synchronized Swimming WILLIAMS, HARRY COURSE: General WILLIAMS, ROGER COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Booster Club, Senior Life Saving WILSON, JERRY WINCHEL, MARYLEE COURSE: Business WITHAM, MICHAEL ALLEN COURSE: General ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club, Booster Club, Stu- dent Council, Basketball, Baseball WITT, DARLENE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: French Club, Carmenta, Booster Club WOLF, JUDY WOODRUM, GLENN COURSE: General French Choral, WORKMAN, CHERYL WRIGHT, DUANE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Keyhole WRIGHT, JOSEPH COURSE: General ,.k ,., .J,. i E, , I 'I g'.-.k.i'wrfeIgIW -' ,ftfrlizif Ii-If E-':3'YT,'l . L rf.g,,I,wa - It r.f..t,, iv ., M, I , 'P' Xh'lZlglsl'glf:w -. 1 , we ww M iff ,-,,,-1. .A .. I, - , , ,.,t.,,..t,A I .. KT .iz L ,,f. Qgwiifgg : .if 5,15 ., sf Gf ill! 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Some are planning to continue their education in college, some are plunging head first into the business world, some are entering the armed services, and still others are trying their hand at a trade. All of them are striving to achieve the goals they have set. ' The graduates of '62 have already obtained one special cherished possession--a high school diploma. This, in itself, was not an easy accom- plishment. Three years of surprise tests, book re- ports, demonstration speeches, and term papers are enough to discourage anyone. But remembering the pep assemblies, the bomb scares, the last hour study halls, the movies in class, and the Friday night dances, we begin to think that it might be well worth it after all. Thinking back to three short years ago when they were sophomores, the seniors will remember learning the difference between a bolt and a screw. They can also recall the interior of that cute little frog. Of course, they couldn't possibly forget the bullying they received from their upper classmen. Then, as juniors, they felt only a little less lost. The ones that braved chemistry and survived the exam only want to remember the experiments WRIGHT, PATRICIA YEMC, VANCE COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: Service Squad YONKMAN, JUDITH COURSE: College Prep ACTIVITIES: A Cappella, Club, Carmenta, Student Council ZUKIEWICZ, GEORGE COURSE: Day Trade ACTIVITIES: Track Y-Teens, Booster I I I in the lab. The girls, while learning to boil water, were also busy making plans for the Junior Tea. Others were anticipating the football and basket- ball excursions. Toward the end of the year many worked diligently on the Junior-Senior Prom. Finally with their last year underway, the seniors, when they had their heads out of the clouds, realized that they were at last a little bit wiser and a whole lot older. After laughing at lost sophomores and complaining about their schedules, a few of them got down to some serious studying. This was soon interrupted by football season and then basketball season, which made themes and projects come in late. Then came Christmas vaca- tion which was a good excuse for less study and more play. Of course coming back to exams was quite a blow, but again most survived--only to be bogged down with second semester term papers. The events which culminated the big year were Senior Day, the Class Picnic, the Spring Play, the Senior Banquet, the Prom, and finally graduation, with all the activities attached to it. It was indeed a great three years filled with learning, not only through books, but also through experience. Now, out to gain new knowledge and to have new experiences go the members of the Muskegon Senior High School Class of I962. 111 Activities fish f 114 M f ' 1 , sun XY! nag-fv QQ ma5 li 116 Students go to the Masonic Temple to learn about the threats of Communism. This meeting made us ap- preciate our own heritage. We Learn NI0l"e Abcul Our Government Donated to M.H.S. by the Exchange Club, the Freedom Shrine recalls many important documents to 1' he minds of the students. Leo Poort and Chris Hartman are presenting the check made up of the contributions from the students to a trustee for the Ed Wittkopp Fund. H -elp O - ur P - layer, E - d ! HOPE CAMPAIGN Students at Muskegon High School proved they were loaded with school spirit when PROJECT HOPE was launched last November. HOPE lHelp Our Player, Ed? was originated by the MHS Student Council and turned over to the students who wished to give financial aid to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wittcopp for their son Ed, critically injured in the MHS homecoming game. Ed Wittcopp, MHS junior, suffered a brain injury in the closing minutes of the Muskegon-- Grand Haven football game. He was taken un- conscious from the field to Hackley Hospital where he still remains as this book goes to press. MHS joined with the communities of Mus- kegon and Muskegon Heights, civic organizations, and other area high schools in an effort to help with hospital bills which had accumulated to the point where insurance no longer covered the ex- penses. Student Council members from each home- room collected money from students while clubs and organizations on campus began money rais- ing projects in order to contribute to the fund. Project HOPE was climaxed with a Christmas dance on December l5. The campaign, with an original goal of Sl,OOO, lasted three weeks. After the first two weeks, however, this goal was reached and a new one was set at Sl,500. In the end this goal was surpassed A grand total of 52,529.30 was col- lectedl This project is one you can all be proud of. Hats off to the students for a job well done! 11 7 fi ,gQll1e,, r - W ,, m", ss, A QM Boys' State The purpose of Wolverine Boys' State is to make each boy in attendance recognize his responsibilities as a citizen of the United States of Amer- ica and as a citizen of his re- spective state. ln building future leaders of our country, Boys' State, sponsored by the American Legion, offered studies in con- stitutional law, party politics, legislative, executive, and ju- dicial powers. All these were studied through actual experi- ence in running a government and in electing government leaders and representatives. Each boy that attends Boys' State is expected to give a speech at a meeting of his sponsor's organization, telling ofthe activities he participated in during his stay in Lansing. Wolverine Boys' State was held on June l5-22 at Michi- gan State University's Brody Hall. Over one thousand boys attended including thirteen boys from greater Muskegon. Hospitality Committee Early this year, Mr. Burdick realized the need for a com- mittee to welcome and guide visitors at M.H.S. From this idea, the Hospitality Commit- tee came into being. About thirty outstanding seniors, led by Barbara Klecka, were cho- sen tor the job. This year the committee has been active at all times giving industrial leaders, teachers, principals, and other interest- ed people first class tours of Muskegon Senior High School. Students EXCBII at M.H.S. Students at M.H.S. have won na- tional recognition for their scholastic ability. In the top picture, Olaf Virro, Chris Hartman, and Dave Kyvig are picture studying in the library. These three excellent students were in the top half of lfk in the National Merit Scholarship Exam. Eight others at M. H.S. won Letters of Commendation from the national contest. The trophies at left are the ones to be won by some deserving students. The highlight of the year is the Hon- or's Assembly when these trophies will be handed out to pupils who have been worthy in all the phases of school life: scholastically, socially, and morally. y..,x mx-K,,w,, 'ww 'Www s N., k 'b'kT'F""' ma 4 - 'Wg' , , , 'x 'Www The Che okettes doing one of their routines that keeps us entertained during halftime "Strutting their stuff" . . . are M.H.S.'s well known majorettes, almost an institution in themselves. Certainly no one can dispute the fact that with these girls leading our high- stepping band, pep-assemblies, and halftime programs at football and basketball games, these activities become more colorful and en- joyable. The l96l-62 football season saw Carole Pickle, Jan Bos, Barb DeBour, Ginger Hart- sema, Roz Neinhuis, and Barb O'Neil leading the band with the help of Mike Stewart, M. H.S. senior, who did a terrific job as the marching band drum major. Most of the majorettes are also Cherok- ettes, a newly-formed group of twirlers. The group is composed of eight girls who do their twirling routines for pep-assemblies and games. Kneeling Ginger Hartsema and Barb DeBour Standing Barb O Neil Roz Neinhuis, Mike Stewart, Carol Pikle, and Janice Bos. Invoke Splrll Formed in November l96l the girls were trained by Mrs Alice Walters hired by the school for the purpose of training the maiorettes Through her the majorettes formed the second group of twirlers and called themselves the Cherokettes As it takes much time to develop routines arduous practices were held twice a week Each practice was two hours long The finished routines were well known well planned and full of pep demonstrating the Big Reds spirit The costumes for the girls are hand made by each girl. These show the theme of the Big Red Indian and add much color. All in all, These hard-working girls do their utmost to portray the wonderful spirit which is characteristic of Muskegon Senior High School. 123 wiv ge. xr A S-P CHEERLEADERS The peppy, always smiling girls in red and white, who enthusiastically cheer our Big Red teams on to victories, work hard for the honor of representing M.H.S. as cheerleaders. The squads practice one night a week after school with Mrs. Gillaspy. ln addition, many hours are spent preparing special routines for pep assemblies and big games. The cheerleaders are selected at try-outs with M.H.S. teachers serving as judges. Any girl is eligible providing she maintains at least a "C" average. The varsity squad is chosen in the spring, and the Little Red cheer- leaders are picked early in the fall. Varsity cheerleaders this year were Sue Langeland, Virginia Elliot, Virginia Piercey, Jackie Gilbert, ond Doris and Dorothy Moffett. The Little Reds were Gail Beaty, Donna Crowley, Sharon LeTart, Thea Miller, and Jane Mixer. . A popular feature of the Big Red cheer- leaders this year was the series of pom-pom routines performed at Muskegon home basket- ball garnes. The cheerleaders also sponsored a dance after a football game. , 125 Spirit a word familiar to every MHS student. But what does it really mean? To some students, it refers to any sort of alcoholic beverage. To others, it brings to mind a crowd waving red and white pam-poms and frantically, yet enthusiastically, cheering our Big Reds on to victory. However, these two ideas are only a small and insignificant part of the word "spirit". Spirit at MHS symbolizes muchf much more and is an essential quality without which our school could not exist. . School spirit includes not only optimism and enthusiasm for school activities such as basketball and football games, but also pride and respect for the school itself. This is perhaps the most important aspect of the word as it can be expressed in so 126 many ways. For example, throwing trash in the available waste containers, walking on the provided sidewalks instead of the grass, showing respect for school property, and even striving to do one's best scholastically are all vital conceptions of the word "spirit". Yet, school spirit can not be achieved in a haphazard manner. lt must be accomplished by the combined effort of.the student body as a whole. Everybody must work to keep our school in tip top condition, everyone must show respect and con- sideration for school property, and everyone must strive to do his best in whatever field he is working. Then, and only then, will the school spirit at MHS produce an Alma Mater to which we can all look back with pride. E f Ig L z L r 2 I E ,. ff 1. .v ' 1 i A I is X, U 3 S 3 i i I 130 This group of teachers and faculty forms the administrative body of the unique Project X team-teaching program. Proiect X Team-teaching students listen intently to one of the lectures which they attend twice a day. A revolutionary idea has been intro- duced to Muskegon this year. lt has been called "Project X," "team-teaching," and many other terms. However, the basic ideas are founded on the problems of high school students in the past who have had to ad- just radically in college. This program, be- ing tried by over two hundred sophomores, is designed to eliminate this difficulty. The curriculum is based on the idea of independent study. Assignments are given at the beginning of the week and then are left to the students to complete by the due date. During the week, classes do not meet every day, and more time is devoted to study periods, lectures, seminars, and labs. New material is introduced during the lecture, it is discussed and evaluated during seminar, and actual class work and home- work discussion take place during labs. This program has also been called "team-teaching," for the teachers work to- gether so that tests, projects, and large as- signments can be staggered for conveni- ence and efficiency. The teachers do a re- markable job and consequently are able to bring forth a great amount of new material otherwise impossible in the regular system. Because of the use of additional infor- mation, a staff of student teachers is es- sential. ln both semesters, "team-teaching" has been fortunate in obtaining a fine group of these young teachers from West- ern Michigan University. Thus, although too new for evaluation, it is safe to say that "Project X" is an inter- esting change at M.H.S., and, if successful, a method which shall be seen on a much wider basis in the years to come. 131 I SCIENCE .... brings students to understand the modern atomic world. M.H.S. has an excellent program which includes the standard courses of biology, chemistry, and physics plus the ad- vanced courses of P.S.S.C. Physics and an advanced biology class. 1 134 While using the new language laboratory, these "advanced" French students demon- strate new uses for the modern device. At more serious times, the laboratory has proven to be an invaluable aid to French and Spanish students. Another new addition at MHS this year was the improved Homemaking Department. Here MHS homemaking students demonstrate skills they learn in homemaking classes. One of the least publicized parts ot our school's organization is the manual trade section. This year they have a new building and with their many new materials, they are becoming excellently prepared for their fu- ture . . They might even know how to change a tire in the rainlll 135 BLOW BLOW BLOW your horn .... Culture Flourishes Although the MHS band is not known for its nostalgic music, it seems Mr. Roys is fighting the effect 136 l Whot's this cz jam session? Pe h r ups it is, but more likely it's our own MHS b d on practicing ..... or is it? AI M u s k e g o n Here, Mr. Skelley, ort instructor for MHS ' I is exp dining the basic elements of good art to his interested students. 137 Student Teacher Work 138 STUDENT TEACHERS College seniors who intend to become teachers must do one semester of practice teaching under the supervision of a high school teacher. At the beginning of o semes- ter these teachers-to-be observe the class pro- cedure for several weeks. One day on all-important occasion hap- pens--for the first time the student teacher takes complete charge of the class. After making out his Last Will and Testa- ment, this young, brave teacher makes his way to the front of the class, and, with a clear and unfaltering voice, says, "Help!" Western Michigan University is the train- ing ground for these novice teachers, and the campus of Muskegon High is the testing ground for many of the more bold and daring. When graduation time comes, the stu- dent teachers ore ready to step out on their own. As they face future classes of young people eager to learn, they will recall their days at MHS with--we--hope--pleasure. James Christophersen Nancy Christophersen Chuck Walvoord, and Jon Del'lorn are shown practicing for their part in the Talent Show. Maribeth Rea, in perfect form, is going her routine far the Talent Show. One of the big attractions this school year was the Annual Talent Show. From the opening fan- fare to the closing finale, it was a huge success. The first number was played by the "Notables" OVGI' with Avis Teles singing. Following, was a Calypso dance act by Bill Street and Maribeth Rea. A sailor number, "Honey Bun" from SOUTH PACIFIC, done by Alice McKee, Carol Davis, Karen Peter- son, and Mary Kuzma was next on the agenda. The audience was then toned down with a piano solo, "Claire de Lune," by James Christophersen. Next the Cherokettes: Barb O'Neil, Barb House- man, Kay Wallace, Roz Neinhuis, Anita Vander- Meulen, Sue Young, Ginger Hartsema, and Cheryl Huttenga did a twirling and Marching drill. After this, the audience was thrilled with a novelty dance act by Sue'Langeland, Ginger Elliot, Janet Silky, and Barb Mixer. Following was a record pantomime by Roberta Luyendyk and Marge McKinnon. Mari- beth Rea then danced to a piano quartet on two pianos playing "Tea for Two." A novelty skit by Josephine Motto was next, followed by a modern jazz number, "Tuxedo Junction," played by the "Notables", The great show ended with song by Avis Teles accompanied by the band. Much of the success of the show was due to the assistant direc- tor, Sue Storms and a good crew working back- stage. It is hoped that this fine event will be con- tinued in years to come. 139 140 "The Other You" The National Thespian Society of MHS each year produces a three-act play. This year the dra- matic presentation was a comedy entitled "The Other You." This hilarious farce was staged Feb- ruary 8 and 9 in the high school auditorium. "The Other You" was directed by Mrs. Ruth Terry, the Thespian's advisor. The play was a humorous comedy which sent the audience into gales of laughter at the antics of the "inner Willy" and "inner Alice", the lead- ing characters' alter egos. The conscious and sub- conscious minds got a real work-out! . The cast of "The Other You" included Dick Hammond and Pat Reed who portrayed Willoughby Adams and Alice Martin whose "alter egos" led them into troubles. The "inner Willy" was played by Bruce Hilt, and Marcia Berghuis acted the role of the "inner Alice". Others in the cast were Betty Pearce as Aunt Hester, Diane Sturgeon played Aunt Louise, and Diane Robb portrayed Aunt Olga. Bruce Courim played the part of Sidney Roscoe, Ron Hansen was H. Whitmore Allison, and Cheryl Rollston acted as Joyce Thompson. Rita Clark was portrayed by Cheryl Kienke, and Aunt Phoebe was done by Carol Crac. In the backstage crews were Bill Waddell, stage, lighting, and sound, Judy Lawson, proper- ties, Karen Shira, prompter. Mary DeYoe was in charge of make-up, Joe Ellis handled the ticket ar- rangements, Sue Storms was responsible for the ushers, and Barbara Pearson was the publicity choirman. "Chris, don't you think they should stop rehearsing that scene?" Never Keep Him Waiting Never Keep Him Waiting was the title of the Spring Play for l962. It was a three-act comedy under the able direction of Mr. Frank Poling and his assistant Sue Storms. The main characters and cast were as follows: CHARLES- Tom Smith George Fredrickson LYDIA- Nancy Newman Marianne Dykema APRIL- Rosemary Murray Barb Klecka MAY- Jera DeLong Connie Meinhardi SETH- Rollie Beebe Harold Swanson KATHERINE- Christine Hartman Marilyn Hoffman BYRD- Michele May Jan Marek MORGAN- Dave Hall Dave Stapel ANABELLE- Sue Meyer Carol Hislop JOHN KEATING-Gerritt Meyers Gerritt Meyers The- play, written by Patricia Clapp, was a huge success. It ran for two nights before a very responsive audience. Although everyone had to work very hard, they all agreed that it was worth it in the end. 141 H Friends for Life! That statement certainly fits the relationship between Bill Waddell and his exchange student, Wolfram Bexch. Here Bill points out another helpful hint concerning homework. Could it be he's telling him to just skip it??? Hands Across The Sea Muskegon Senior High School again helped to better world relations through peace and understanding by hosting three ex- change students this year. They were Rosaleen Campbell from Northern Ireland, Wolfram Besch from Germany, and Magda Kingma from the Netherlands. These three outstanding students shared their customs and background with MHS students and en- abled them to gain a broader knowledge of the world's problems. 143 144 Exchange Student: n Our exchange student from Northern Ireland, Rosaleen Campbell, has found living in the United States a wonderful experience. "You can never really know what a country is like until you actually live there and become a part of it," says Rosaleen. While attending MHS, Rosaleen resided with the Edward Pearsons and their daughter Barbara, a senior at MHS. Her hometown is Bangor, a seaside resort in Northern Ireland. Besides her parents, Rosaleen has a sister, Christine, who is fourteen years old. "The biggest difference comes in the school system," stated Rosa- leen. "In Ireland we wear uniforms, and we do not have assemblies." Rosaleen has found differences in the subjects at MHS,Atoo. Accord- ing to this Irish lass, "American Government is a worthwhile subject. It teaches you to understand your own government, as well as understanding what is happening in the world today." As far as school spirit goes, Rosaleen says she loves the pep assem- When asked about teen-age driving in Northern Ireland, Rosaleen said that there was little problem since very few teen-agers have cars. "ln lreland," she said, "most of us have bicycles. On dates we usually walk or take a streetcar." blies. "There is plenty of school spirit, more than I have ever experienced before because of the many school activities, clubs, etc." While living in the United States, Rosaleen has acquired new eating habits. Among these are her favorites, corneon-the-cob, cottage cheese, and jello salad. Wolfram According to Wolfram Besch, our exchange student from Germany, the Exchange Student Program "is probably more effective than all military and economical aids. There are sometimes difficulties to be overcome, how- ever, the program is a good experience for all participants." Wolfram is from Bremen, Germany. He has two sisters, Gisela and Katrin. While living in the United States, Wolfram resided with his American family, the Harold Waddells. Bill, a senior, and Roy, a sophomore, are his American brothers. When questioned about the differences between German and Ameri- can schools, Wolfram said, "There are many. A very significant difference is that in Germany we stay in one classroom and have the teachers come to us. This way is more comfortable to the studentll" ln Wolfram's opinion, a more frustrating rather than exciting experi- ence was all the snow we had this past winter. "My attitude towards all kinds of snow has certainly changed after my stay in Michigan!" he says. "I cannot make comparisons with other schooIs," said Wolfram when questioned about MHS school spirit. "However, l can hardly believe that there can be better school spirit anywhere in America than that of MHS." 145 146 Magda Our exchange student from the Netherlands, Magda Kingma, con- siders her stay in the United States the most fascinating experience of her life. Her year in Muskegon has been filled with memories and events that she will never forget. Some of these include Big Red football and basketball games, the MHS cafeteria during lunch hour, and her first plane ride, which carried her to America from her native country. Magda's hometown is Sneek, Netherlands, where her father owns and operates a hotel. However, her second home is with the Paul Droppers and their daughter Joan, who is a junior at Muskegon this year. While in the United States, Magda not only gained new experiences, but also acquired many new eating habits. For example, when she first ar- rived in this country, she was amazed at how few potatoes Americans eat, yet astonished at the endless variety of desserts we serve. Her favorite "new" dish is steak with mushrooms. Magda strongly supports the student exchange program carried on between America and other European countries. She particularly stresses the importance of the Council of Churches Program, which sponsored her. She believes it is outstanding because it enables teen-agers to better understand people and customs of countries all over the world. Watching attentively as Chris Hartmen Ccenter seatedl displays a souvenir wooden shoe from the Netherlands are Cfrom left to right? Gretchen Heneveld, Roxie Vietenheimer, Barb Pearson, Sur Langeland, and Carole Sandord. We Traveled, Too Although not as well known as the American Field Service Pro- gram, the Michigan Council of Churches Exchange Program is certainly just as important. lt enables American Teen-agers to spend a summer abroad and also brings foreign teen-agers to the United States for a year. Last summer five MHS seniors traveled through Europe on this program. They were Gretchen Heneveld, Chris Hartman, Sue Langeland, Barb Pearson, and Roxie Vietenheimer. They re- turned to America shortly before the school year began filled with new experiences -- some funny and some sad -- to share with not only their close friends, but the whole community. 147 Four members at the Ski Club, Dave Jorgenson, Jim Beck, George Fredrickson, and Jim Jorgenson, clown for the camera while on a ski weekend at Manistee. Ski Club . . . "To The Snow" One of the two new clubs this year, Ski Club has been extremely active. With Mr. Galland, the advisor, and Mr. Putnam, the club has gone on various trips to Cabrefae including two overnight ones. The purpose of the club is to promote skiing as a sport in M. H.S. and to enable students to reach the ski runs. By taking twenty students on a trip, many have the chance to ski that they never had before. The highlight of the year was the two day trip to Cabrefae on Feb. l7-l8. After ski ing all day, the group went into Cadillac for a dance. Arriving back late that night, they went to cabins near Cabrefae. The next morn ing, after a wonderful night's sleep, it was back to skiingl The group has earned money by sponsor ing a dance. lt plans to have other money making activities beginning early next fall Row l: Marlene Luker, Gina Eyke, Jane Read Sue Ben ton, Sue Wilde, Jill Daniels, Janet Silky-Treasurer, Em my Wierengo-Sec't., George Fredrickson-Vice Pres. and Jim Jargenson-Pres Row 2: Bill Newman, Paulette Nelson, Bill Halmberg Mary Jane Achterhoff Jackie Gilbert Barb Johnson and Roger Williams Row 3: Ruthmari Vanderbeck, Sheri Appel, Nancy Po svistak, Sally Fredricks, Kay Jensen, and Diane Sturgeon Row 4: Bob Hinman, Roger Muller, Jim Beck Tom Mc Keen, Norb Scholle, David Jorgensen Mike Barrett and Mr. B. Galland-Advisor 148 Hockey ls The . . . History was made in Muskegon this year when the hockey team of Catholic Central clashed with the hockey team of Muskegon Senior High School on February 28th. Al- though not sanctioned by school authorities, the two teams played hard for their respective schools, and, as usual, Muskegon emerged triumphant by a score of five to three. Hockey, an extremely popular sport in the greater Muskegon area, was introduced by the local Zephyrs. Its fast action, thrills, and skillful team work caught on so quickly that before languamateur hockey teams appeared everywhere Muskegon's team, one of the best of these amateur groups, has spent many long hours every Monday night at the Walker Sports Arena practicing the art of getting the puck in the net and keeping it there. The team, wearing Falcon uniforms, is a colorful attraction at M.H.S., and it is sin- cerely hoped that hockey will become a school sponsored activity in the near future. 150 Row l: Bob Hinman, Larry Keiser, Chuck Asp, Dave Stapel, Dave Workman-Trea., and Jim Charron. Row 2: Roger Muller-Vice Pres., Dave Peters, Ray Sandberg, Gordon Grandjean, Tom Smith, George Doubles, George Fredricksen, and Tom Kochin. Row 3: Ondra Robinson, Jim Lindgren, Ron Klecka, A. J. Raffles, Dave Hamm, Jim Christophersen, and Bill Holmberg-Secretary. Stand- ing-Bill Newman, President. Key Club Key Club Forty-seven M.H.S. boys are charter members of Key Club, a new service organization for boys sponsored by the local Ki- wanis Club. The aim of Key Club is to further and encourage devel- opment of responsible citizens. Since service projects are an important part of Key Club, the members have assisted in various programs including the March of Dimes. The charter banquet for Key Club was held last December 29 to present the club's char- ter to the organization's offi- cers. The officers of the club are Bill Newman, president, Bill Holmberg, secretary, and Dave Workman, vice- presi- dent. The fadulty advisor of Key Club is Mr. Proctor W. May- nard, social studies coordi- nator. Posing in all their glory from left to right are Carloly Dykema, Nancy Newman, Jan Hoffman, Darlene Witt, and Janis DeVries. Q Glamour Relgns Supreme This group of sleepy-eyed beauties present the inside story of the conditions at various early morn- ing gatherings held by MHS clubs and students. The girls in the above revealing picture are a few of those who attended Carmenta Literary Society's "come as you are" party. The real fun of such a party is for the girls who scheme and plan how to rob their friends of precious sleep at an unearthly hour. Usually some time between 6 am and 8 am a gleeful group of girls go to their friends' lvictims'i doors, ring the bells, enter the rooms, and pounce--- Needless to say, the girls are thoroughly awake in no time. Two special "come as you are" parties held this year were those of Senate Fine Arts Society and Carmenta Literary Society. These early gath- erings had special significance as this is how the new members were notified of their acceptance into the clubs. 151 Homecoming Brings Color To M H S Color day, when as many students as possible wear,red and white, cmd bright red and white carna- tions herralded in l96l Homecoming week-end, which is traditionally the "biggest" event of the football season. This year's Homecoming was no exception! About a week before the Homecoming, which was planned for October l3, the senior class voted on candidates for the Homecoming King and Queen. Six candidates were chosen, they were, for Queen, Susan Buss, Barbara Klecka, and Kathy Beesing, for King, Joe Ellis, Jim Lingren, and Bill Keur. The entire student body voted among these can- didates to pick the royal couple to reign over the Homecoming Dance. During the half-time Coronation ceremonies ot the Homecoming football game, there was tense excitement in the air as the l96l-62 Home- coming King and Queen, Bill Keur and Kathy Beesing, were crowned by last year's reigning couple. To complete the Homecoming Court, the junior and sophomore classes selected attendants. From the junior class they were Jackie Gilbert and Ed Witt- kopp, for the sophomores, Ginger Hartsema and Dan Tromp. Adding a finishing touch to Homecoming was the Big Red gridders decisive victory over Grand Haven. 152 A 1 N ,. -R 1, , fl", wi' ,Aw , , , A A pf ,G ,, V 231: K, hwg,,,yQ,,,,- . , ., 4 w M' .lf 1-,ii -W ,Mba 12 ,159 vw W -1 'Q . f.-Q5 4 swag? ww - Nm 1 'Tj 'Q if? 5 541 fl is ' l av iw ,gr gy 3 HL 42 13: , 39 .19 9' , Q Q Did he enjoy his lunck today? Thank Goodness ! Just one more roll please? 154 Today we had SAUERKRAUT For Lunch Hour! Only hot lunches will be eaten in the cafeteria. Look out, boys!! Here Comes Mrs. Keyes .... 155 DANCES DANCES DANCES FUN, FUN, FUN! Fr0m left to right: Gloria Meyers, Carol Johnson, Barb DeBour, Judy Shelkey, Brenda Bont, and Sue Dillard. Events To Be 158 Two of the main events of the year are the Junior Tea and the Senior Girls' Dance. The Junior Tea is sponsored by several junior girls during the Christmas Holidays. Al- though every junior girl re- ceived an invitation, only a few sophomores and seniors received one. Twenty-eight senior girls got together this year to give the Senior Girls' Dance called Stairway to the Stars. As the dance was given in the Occidental Hotel Ball- room, there was plenty of room for 650 guests. With the delightful color scheme of pink and silver. The col- orful gowns of the girls, and the excellent music of Tony Horvath's Orchestra, the evening was an exquisite success! Remembered MOMENTS TO REMEMBER The Spirit of M.:-l.s. is Filled With . . . "Scenes," Common Scenes That constitute A Wonderful And Full School Year That Will Never Be Forgotten . . . . . . S. . O z-z-z-z-Honor Study Hall CAGED By The New Doors I Before and Alter We Dahced All Nighl An End, Vet A .... GRADUATION--a word that strikes a response in every sen- ior's heart. To some, it brings forth a strong feeling of relief, to others, a feeling of exhilara- tion, but to all a slight feeling of sadness. How hectic these last few months have been. However, they have been filled with e- vents and experiences which not one of the i962 graduates will ever forget. For example, remember the rush to order caps and gowns? And how a- bout the Senior Mixer, the Sen- ior Banquet, and the Senior Picnic? OH, and who could for- get the prom, baccalaureate service, and the commence- ment exercise itself. Yes, grad- uation has been a busy time, but it has been a once and life time event for many and cer- tainly one to be remembered always. 167 AND SO ENDS another year at M.H.S. lt was a year in which we all grew mentally, physically, and socially. lt was a year full of activities, of hard work, of noise, of cheering, of laughter, and some- times of disappointments. ln September, after the first day of school, we all rushed home with cheers and complaints for the classes that we would be in. Immediately, spec- ulation began as to what one could "get out of" a teacher. When most grievances were finally set- tled, we started work in earnest. lt was rather surprising to see how football season could creep up so early in the school year. That, however, did not dampen any of the spirit at the games. Who can ever forget the excursion to Benton Harbor and that game!!! By making two touchdowns in the last forty-five seconds, we were able to win the most exciting contest in the year. Another major part of the season was the Home- coming activities--MHS's own beauty contest! Scholastic duties took a large part of all the students' time. For the seniors it meant College Boards, National Merit Examinations for the jun- iors and scores of others, not counting all the tests 168 ln regular class work. Team teachers loaded their classes with homework- - -other teachers did not lag far behind. lt was a time to think about ap- plying to colleges for the next fall. lt was a year for thoughtful work. This was the year that everyone was talking about Muskegon's basketball team, and with good reason. We had a few, very few, disappointments. Spirit was at its highest! Outside activities occupied much of the stu- dent's time. Junior Tea was given for all junior girls, and Senior Girl's dance was given for all sen- ior girls. Excursions took us all over the state to see our teams play. Ski Club took trips to Cabrefae. Y.F.C. gave monthly parties, and Band gave con- certs. 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With the fighting spirit demon- strcited here, you can be sure that "there'II be a hot time in the old town tonight!" as M. H. S. celebrates another victory. 173 174 i.....i.5 fgfggffswggg. sz www.iq,rug,msc,,.,m...,.5,,,,5,.. M. Briggs' MLQ , B. Brown A , . . My M, ,,,. A ., 'W l . , K. Buortmes it 'gy . if , ,NX r' ,st LZ X N N Bu MXH Ml YB J, Carbine J. Carr' frail-slligvaNJg1??Zil.2gJBllJ it .slff!x1,'if.fsliiqshiiiiffailg gg.. , gvffffamllllwc ml.sq2m5,-tw:-.. s14lf?lfl2fBlfwlvf52ri?!' If P ,qwllefesfstlgxgfxijfwlv llf fy' ', 4sf'BBfQf2'12ez?BQ'i1fB:2if2Bf:f.:wsfwg'ff 2' lu ,i--.,.,, ,, , 2i5fI.5jQQ,giifg:'T::i1Y 5?2iB.gggz,fi,f2i. ei ' z.lg..Q .n..s,nl1i1.B-W-4. W, in ti..kgQue-..eQ,lt.:Q..,,g...lg.,.Z.. rgf.gb,zegggsgigiiflrlgftvfz'ylww wifi?fff3mVw?a'fS1iXfsifB ww was f:BBlBf.fvaw,.7l W. Cayan' ., Qi 1 ',",, .f,'5.'j',.y:5, D. Christensen 'No Picture , ti?-fs.: , .Z A I 5,5 r :- 31, ,,, , M. H EQ, .,f1,....' .1 ' ,WET ' QQ? ,.., I ,, ,..,,. U , 251' i' V. . W. 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"Um, by the way, Mike-the band went that-a-way!" .url .,, . ..,g f . F. . .. C. Fields' R. Fitzgerald' l ,M 1.3 ix 9 f ,K Q z T'H:lif2'Zwi' ' .1 5935 l-.1x':.1.x'h L :.ws--vr- D. Foster .5 . Wg: V' A Q I - --'lf li-5'j""Jf ' J '.,' Iltlf ' 1 K'f 4. S ,, - K' ' g , ff r'7""f , . E. Fee M. Felker . K Q ' f M. Ferencsrk J. Ferris , ' 325: , .. . ,, .ll - s L, , ' il" M x - ., ,E . . Q 12. , . Mr' . 3' V.. t . f V , V , 9 X ' ' , l",1l I J ,. ...Q 1' Q, A Q. . ag ,. Q fn ..i . " .-my-f , . .J-J., ,V Q-gi. - W Ba is . 5' ' V ,r 1. ' in 171' L. ,, - ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,. .4 Q - X ,AM N., . H ., . 4 iw... Q. x- .,,,,,.ai yt . L L Wm . ' -lk.--:f::r?4!' J. Fields R. Fielstra' 'E K. Q ici ,V A , ll G. Firos N. Fisher . . ,.F.... l, 7 5 ',.lQQl,.2Qlm'fflL.f7 ' ' , ,ling ff wiS1lx'Qg,: . . 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'Qbrp Grrrrr. . . . . li , ' ' M. Foster .,'1 3H w', ' 'V 5 We is C. Genter J. Gilbert 'No Picture P. Franklin " 'll' 'Htl ,, ,, 21. . J F1 ,r C. Galbreuth ggi A. George 55" it , ll mf 'V' 55.23, C. Gill 1 It is this type of husky, rough and-ready ball player that sparked our Big Reds in l96l. As B u t c h Hopma demon- strates, all that is really neces- sary is a growl and a fierce look to give our foes shaky knees. J. Frisch' A. Forest' D. Funderberg t Q YT J l74u1lQQ.l?l . V! C. Gardner J. Galdeen -we 1 ,, .,,, ,. . li.. Awiff A ' ,,,., ,W by is - 'fps anis? ,ffl lei: 4 B. Geyer' N. Gibson ' 'X Q... y - , V,-wi I", ' Q 1, s W W i -mimll tf.:25:::,,,:::..: w J. Gay C. Gilbert' A , 335 , .ft . D. xg.. 1 , . ,ww , I E5-15521: l H ,f 'nf ff-fs ,e,l,w,Wt, U - . . . H 7. , 2,Wil'm..,.,.if,... . . . , L. ,-f.-Mfg, -wg-amisi,QVwets,.i.,...,v.gw1tstf S, Glidden A. Goebel J . Gtletsch' 177 178 I . E1 . .X J.. A. Goins ...I r, f J. Q A .L .. 1 .yn-w., . . s. at -1 ef. 5, Q rx T. Gotts , . . 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X lf' Y' f' Wiil if -'Z P-.EEF5 if gift' .giijiiiiig :iff fi Yi-it 5.iff5l7:5' f li .fp " in -. i:f..,i5:z'ir ,Q 5512512 , ' Mi. 34 ' ..,.g.L.g:gi:ir A ...tg 5. ,- 5 'fir'5.ife1gigg 1ig,'ge1331gg.gg5g,g,. 42, '- ' ' .4 . .wg ? ' page 1. ,Xi.,-.igfggf ...TEV '- , is . L+ . . . . , . fx..iivm,.W. . , MM . r.. ,., .. . Q, . . V Giving us the word is Coach Baldwin at one of M. H. S.'s own pep assemblies. "Coach" never fails to arouse the foot- boll spirit in every student as he shouts, "Get out there and murder 'em!" CTO the team, of course.l 179 'IBO J. D S. Hutchinson A -vu sv ,inf i 4 11 J. Jensen L if "' if . ,EJ , if C. Johnson , if M. Johnson Q .,,... A is 'U 'MS' . 'W , f 1, D. Jones A ?' ,. . , fx 1 X lz M. Kahlo " No Picture X "iw ,i V,, .il . ,ii I . C. Huttengo X .au , v-. I 'iq 1 L. Jacobsen P. Jensen' ,., J - A Q . 1- 2,253 flfxlhfs xl D. Johnson l R. Johnson ,Q V- -5 X 'f R. Jones A lim S. Kalk 9, , x i , tl 3, , , ' , . QNAKKZ S , T i ' . 3 M Q s. 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Kieft S. Killebrew J. Knowles' M, Koning' 3- Koski . Hag EF i ., is M. Krivitzky' J. Kubicek sr if , i H, , wma. erin, iii if C. Kurtzweil . , fi .ti J ' fffi .mi . 'AI i" 'ig gflif . " W. h T. Laddell fri 4 'i 5 i .S+.T13',?i'5. . tgkiiiiiizlblseiiizi ui V L. Lager i 1 i i Guess who .... is finishing ci Red and White cheer with o bit of extra op- plause for the Big Reds? ls it Susie, Ginger, or perhaps Ginny? Are you sure? F if be if :si X i if ia. B. Keur ii Q i , if i ' i, i ' I U' K i ii H1112 IPI-?i: : -Eiiiiiiffiz' ff'- I ---v .. 1-........:a. 1 H.--. ,.Ji., f' ii ' I ii , X S Y ., L I if i i i ,4 1 J. Klein' . .,,, .. ':n...r1,,. . , .. e.,,if . .X llQQg,Q?i V L .. - qaa- ,i if "Y i ,"i A. Kowalski .-1 ,Q :fag W ,V . L. Kutack T LZM Y' ' 5. Z, is ,vu va. -4 K.. K x R. Lake - ,ef i'MQST?31i7ii?i2EiE1" miglivi -5e4Sirix.iii?Q , I' 'iHff'WawEi5'gi ' ' "gu i .J-.. wf " w222S515fS5lx'r2i5WEii1fgi:yirS5'1?5ib'Q?iQ-gw- , . R, is ,,,, i4,,,Q.,... Q... 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Tj 'J N Y' .W fm Fl. A. Leder -.gilt .., X L. Lobdell , -4 EQ Q i S x A r W S 2' ami' 13'-nfl, 2 i' A14 if. 1,1 L. Lund I li" l,, M. Maggert .1 'ky ' , 35s. , ,, ug , M Q, D X l H. Martin 1. 1 -,ifmf ,, 'ti x g . WA D. Maxwell 2 - 5 . D. Mclnfire 'No Picture v .. ii . A. Leitgeb I I fs. LM B. Lorennz yt 'V 21 W? ml 1 . 15-W l D. Lundwall f D. Merek 21. 3732 Q sig. 5' V, I ,5 . W X' sy. .'i ig K i . , M, Martz -Q . ifm 'i9?vT-2 flvi, ' L L. Maxwell s A W ii. " s A. McKee B, Lifer' f A 4 W., . ' ,gm J. Lucas S K fn, ,-f,"s15 A1 . ,,?gF.3. is T. Lusk ,i 'izsi J. Maring ' "IL 1 V 'N . ' ' s gm' B. Masfy J t K, Mayo , riff' " , f ,. 1 W, , f' if T. McKeen 1 X' My ' ling J. Lipske S. Livingston x- Q Q F... , 4 s ., ,Y ,, +. .5 .3 i Q, ',ii,1,,iv, f. iff' , A 1 lZ'f'L'i , ffm" ' 1. -., . 55. ' " - 'Q ' ,'., i' , . 4 B. Luhmun R. Lynch' N fr. .im fifriis-,,.. . 5. Wi.. ,.,. .5 ,. .W-.,, , .., M., f,wf.1l,, V im i wi- if. 2... W, r.r.,,,, -. we gif -.4..wi...i,..i. V, , .5 l W fi fi.,,u,.5i ..g1,.-my yy ,i rf. ,,.. . , W.-ii,.i..i,,ir.5..,5.7,m ir .H . ' wr'-sw,wfwszrzwe ff1ffs,m5l'1.l-wx r,,,i5W,W,,s .sw ,gf-Q 55wm.-ir -,,i.,sL.:i,.s ss- ., I., -.,..i. ,.,i....,i ...pi ss-.,e,Mi,f'+', ui sr- ,v---.1 -i.-ri -' ,nf-Q-f-W,iswr--f....r.if 1 -vs.ll,..rsf..,,,.i5.-MY W, .ww ,, -gi-ig., .r r.im.i,N..il-rv. swim K. Marks' 4 -mx 9 I D, Mayney , , Ev ii Q , . ,, . XR , K. McCallum M. Luker .3 i. ., -ws ' K 3 My K l v if 4 . T. Marsden ew., , ,, r l Rf J. Matthews Q we 55 R. McGill s .xr L- MCKSSF' B. McKinney' l Here's our favorite smile! All saw it spread over Kathy's face when she was crowned Homecoming Queen for l96l. We feel the smile is partly ours, brightening up the school just like its owner. We're all proud of that smile and the girl to whom it belongs. M31 5 i:'fCxl2?3X-YW: D. McMillan I M. McPholI 1 R. Meloche' G. Meyers ,. ., .,,,,, Ai .9 . . 1 , -- ki f K' i -,1:is' C. Hill' E. Miller F., fn is K. Mills ' w S. Monroe f,,..,,, . gd - 1-'nf K .LfN,.W X3 J. Morgan Sz. N 531 Q7 ...fi M 'ffff iaQ"'.J. ',J. f' ff! G. Myers 'No Picture N, i R. Mitchell ,i ,, .534 V . ry g. 4 A A. Moore L.. . " i 1' 'f . V D. Morrison . ',,.,,.i., . A .. - wa . m' sw 'mg ,M a Wg, . , .U ,U g i., 1' -W, '41 'vlxxxv K E. McWhorter J, Medema M, Meier it V My QM B... ...3 -. - fi ff . .. 'f iiir . x A HQ . . 2. " . Q ' x viii fx JV M- MCYGYS S, Meyers J. Mikos K -f L fm... ' If ff .--.55 .V A K Ee, 1? , V , . ,,,, H K. Miller J. Miller M. Miller I . A 5 i., , . .. , Hr' 3. D. Moffett D, Moffett C. Monroe , .2 Pkg ,Q-lik., A K... 'fig-. 'Q 1:5 , ' ,. 'iiizi D. Moore K. Moore S. Moore -f all :gf ' . 1. A 'F , K K t 1, .Qi w M. Moshos J. Moto B, Mumford ' ii,s1i'1g2g.gi.ii'i.'Q " ' ff'fflTE1fZQZEZ f.1,fl'i' S, '5l...if .'.. f ilk' 'ff H 22235213figgfsigzigfilsfygg?x'g.g.,gzQ fs ' 92525.ig25z 52.5335WEST? , 'Q-'gy QjfQi17i,j.i' f.'?N,l.f'Lf5.,.ff.'Eni.:iil! , - A jiifi A lfi.f,ifZ'Q li i ..a.g,. .,.,,.. fi -, .-,f-'f - 4 la. . 4..,w,sf...:mg,:v,m.f1'fwf1',yr J. Numenye L. Napier' D. Nearanz' And to think .... I could have been a doctor, a lawyer, a veterinarian, or even a plain ordinary teacher. But a coach . . . 12 h h 183 184 1 V". 'F , B. Neis l., Newell' 4? if fi wi. :L .yr -, 5- i-W.. ui, . -:ing is -ef ii ., ,.., . .. ff' if J- 4 77 2 C. Nicoloi' P. ""? gm ' -I. :I rl B. Norton f ,, n - W. 'wtf l ' H M. Ohst N T. Olson 4 . .gf fl K. Overkamp ' No Picture .ff K. Nelson' K. Nelson lffigl 2 . . ' 3 1.5. M U El 'lugqg l N 2, l - i fflf we in-.ff k.l3735t535gig.V, get ,, l:'I-i3CiS3.11-fail? Ji3.f2L.aLc2i.l. V 1 T. Newkirk' R. Newman Q. r 2 A . ,gg if C. Nill wi' . 4, iw wb. K si i l ieffim, ,. Z 'M l 1 gg i lf. ., ,, J. OI eiarczyk J.. eg, V. F. stu fill. 'EK ' ' is x B. O'Neil My ,Ifl?7,? G. Owen R. Nichols' ix. l R, Obermiller J. Oliophont' f fl" 4 ' f . x. 4' at he , .sh ..-fir, 'vi L4 2s3 i2zsfr3f5g:Ef?faf . V. Oosting Lel"s twist .... for two points more. The whole notion is twisting, and Muske- gon is 'no exception. Here Mel Peterman "twists" towards the basket to insure another Big Red victory. This picture was taken in Central Campus Audi- torium-see if you can find yourself in the crowd. , fill' H . , . , g. 1. Q. .1 ei ' ,,r- Ns , , 11' .l fy N if S. Nelson . If , iii ,'lT? , igilig 1. B. Newman 98 M, ..,,...s.P .g T' .fvligl S. Nixon vi V6 is -Z: VL ,lr f ,. V Vzy. ,H - 'iii .' 5 D. O'ConnelI . , ,ag l'le W' , B. Olson -' Q V Y. 'i X a ll ,, we 3 Afd T LD. lia- a 791 .V ' -.., ' 'W' A R. Pa rkerlk S. Nelson 1.3 ' L fr la A 1, rl ' -r.. fl- S. Nichols 49? L' . ' ,gg ' . ri .. w ,lg 4 - "Q-N lf-4 ' . -Sis J. Norsworthy ,V gm-- D. Odmark T is " 'll.S1f A S. Olson D. Outwin 7 I L. Patitucci ,. 'i -' Fffxf W. Patterson 5. P wr ,L,, , Q 1 S. Penny 4, on . , as H, , J. Phillips rf, A i ,ef , gr, 'J ,- fa : ., r -r ...ag . , ..,,.M.Q , N. Posvistak x . G. Ramirez .gf - . .' , . s z .Em w .,. . 5 f E: ' this , W. Reed Ty .,.. 1 1,52 M, Ritter 'No Picture Q . X 'Y .R + "M ',. Ji Q , if . x E. Pearce ,. Vt ff '51 Wi, V. Perkins 4 A , at .... Q 1 "if . isa. fill G. Phipps If C 1, S D. Potts S, .LQ Q. s fi, 1 r. ,7 r . 1 x .rf X D, Pearson D. Pearson' D. Pearsons 6 ,A ,, ti ti B. Perry . ,. E w, , E J 'e t W. Pierce 2 N D. Pratt ff K ., . .,, fi: ' J. , 'M ' ' ' ,. ' S ,, igft:fQ, ,rz , tl h ,.... . D. Ramsvig B. Rouschenbergeu t A mis j ri '- ll I' it-N, ,W C. Reichert ,ia .Q D. Robb E. Reyes T. Robertson L. Perry' 4 , 4 ,Q Z .. R I .swiss V. Piercey D. Price f sf. ... 1, ., fi 2521 fun " " . tgi- M. Rea ,rf "- .1 . 7, rr, 1 J . Rhodec . .. ,,,. M Vg, G. Robinson J. Petermon' ,, , R . V . , . V 11- , I. I B. Place .. .1 .gt . . "qv, K ml t- , A . , -ggi.,-. D. Pyle D. Reames' LKWTT L m 'a u f 3, ea F. Rickels , wil 'mx ' H L. Rop Q , il" - E. 'J E! V i J . S. Peets H. Pendleton . , . ., . .sm . u. 'f".F,w ' W -., P -' J , .sqft ' .-QS M, J ..l.:+57 , ,ff M. Peterman M. Petermon E -Q :B iii . We ,.,. .,. 'f.a14'3fxfQ?ll5ts.x3s I - M. Pohl W. Poort rr, ,J M ' t.r...,, ' m t rlrr a.Lfp ,fj Q L. Rademaker ul 51 N3 X 'us if -Q 4 we V .Q 'ff Z: , . L. Pendock T. Peterson is , , ai N V sf G.'Porter . 5, 74 N 'CX , B. Rainwater rant, , r ,,,. ., . ...-,f r lr. f .1 S. Reed E. Redmond' M. Redner M. Rinehart N. Rinehart' J. Ringelberg ,g,. ., -"V Xml ? . , V, 4,l,i is ,x - 'si f B. Ropp K. Roth .m I, I, " iv.. W va . H S., , 'v K' C. Rowe 185 186 ww Q' i A v,5fM , L R. Rudholm il? W 5241.7-A K. Ruzicka 15- 4 'H Xi . . , P. Schoalma I H , 'JSP' .H ...ef 1' i ,A . ,K T. Schneider R. Rudick 4 0 'RA iff.. ll", S. Ruff .. i ' ' li Q .Jw W W. Slater 14 uvziiiil ' . I 1 - J ' ' i'fV .Q .V , K i - Q w ,. J fiQ?fw ,ilsrk5 . M' . 'J , 2- 7 H D. Scheidegger D. Schimke "" , . Wm- I V' . hi ,-ww.. s 1' J 'L f gl l I J . 11 ' s 12 V. Ruse Russell ',w. f?'Rl . Q ...Q Vy. , .L VV.h ' t 4 K , r g X17 yi... D, Sampson R. Sandberg K , , iii W' . ! ,ig ". L ,Tqigvig , . ,, . iT,, si P. Schmidt S. Schmidt' J. Schnick' N. Schalle J. Schwass' , L t W. Server wg 5 J. Sherriff ' No Picture ', X92 4 9 l 57 5 gl ifk' -QU " I' l 'iii D. Schutte' F. Schwartz V 6 ' . . Y 'i" Lx , wwwm i ,Ayr J' . V. if , ffl. ini-'TV ,MW 7 1 ,, 1- , i vi J 'ffsxxvw vfitmi J, Seba' D. Seeley D. Seifert H. Senkow wifi- ' 'Q ii , J 7 " ', is .13 liz' ,i . . ..,, A Q ,, . X .. ,,19,'f,,g.- .iv -W z, . , f gili. V S 'O S. Shanty B. Shotney L. Shaw J. Shelkey Q '-' 2, 115 . . . . ..my ., V.. g ,Ei XPZVX 5. ggi. Y . V . iw. 1 J gygmqmgifi., ' - I ix' , L. Shineldecker K. Shira H. Shreve J. Sieffert Now Stop That! A grabby Niles player can't get away with it as Marv Peterman demonstrates. After all, Num- ber 35, you should have known betterg it's three against one. ffl... ,.lMi.. ,., ' ' , "' L'f:..?Lb't' ' f' . WX Q Q to , i ii r Q ' tt B. Sieplinga' J. Simons G. Sims LL ' ' i . i ' ,,...,f'f,, , Q , ,W dl, .A ,L . ,... . ,I U , V, . :m t 'i . www V. W ,, . gi, I f . .V .C .J , ..........-.W ' Q -qi, .. .J ' . .,, 5 'S L1 :LL t 'ff W , . . 3 sgifx, K , . .. D. Smith P. Smith 5. Smith xii, 4931 , . .. .,,, , ' it 53 p gt ' fi M . 1.4 . 2125 1 I iv.. . , . , I . 5,,k,.:... gi . J , fits .. .1 f T W fl i .. .75 Msg .Wt R. Southland D. Sparkman P. Spice S .ffggz A , gf' il I , Ksrfixl ' . 'K . S. C. St. Amour W. St. Amour M Stale' it .. nj: 'i . Liffff' . X 7 jjtj , X N J 7" 'War i it S A ii- ii: ' 'L C. Stebelton P. Steinhower S. Stinson """" as qt 1, 1 0 - A In -Q 0 .f -v n. Ln -. o ZX an uw - o -v -f L. . kkhw . V I: . I C. Strudwick' D. Sturgeon K. Summerfield 'No Picture ' "" A W J 3 fi, ZH :T ."": Like to gamble? .... No, this isn't a slot machine, but it does take your money on occasion. This is one of the school's milk machines, familiar sights to hundreds of students who use them daily. Although these ma- chines are notorious for not returning change, neverthe- less, each noon many students line up to try their luck. - sf . 1 ' 1.5 fm fl '-fr if .- f' bw 1 i 'iw' WW C. Sipe ' ii ., ki ii r 8 Eli HW 5 iz, Q Q - ,. ' 5' Blxim -. ' 1' D. Somero ' .i W. Sponaas D. Stark R. Stoel .P V' Q 'iq 1 Q ' is N .M , ww PW J i gg ,,., J. Sipos J' :Lg C I ,Bart vs T R t W X i b " F'2"f. . . ew -s f -W Q J. Somerville ,Q , A . , t 5 - X 3 74 tri Q . ' ik. Jig? S. Stoflord .gf , 4 is W ' if in-J -f.Qz..si-'i ...iii ' ff--1. . D. Stopel i 'l ew-. - ,- . :gil 9' mst ... . C. Strom , 5 'Qi L. Strickland S, Srrqmstq' .tx-1.5-4,1u.,.....,l ,, , V g . .. 'g:g,,:g'?'iEi' Yisztfrifigijnrftlit' 5" t.i,J..l.ill.i2g..,.1Qi'l.2g533t.g2ifg2gzggg X 3,.ZQ.,Ki.lg...1..tw.i3j5.55if25ig2g ,. ,ig . 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Swartz D, Swinehart Ii J:..f"" ,,,r 'Ti ...,,.,. ..-K xi, ,.. len , Keg., i, ..fjj1,-.'- 1. M. Taylor P. Taylor , 4 Vfffi i ll", ' Q I liff. 'r t .12 ' fi 'K . ...- . ' ,, S y... H Q . .. Q. V . . ,f"'.,, ' ll' Qlff, ii" 22 TSI? ' T ' iris , .'. , ' K , fl, ,,.k.5,b4:3K fw ,w .1 , .. A- . K. xiifi, ll. ! Q. HX. "Q Q h'k'if'M' 5.1 3 XI: 6. I viiisjiffirel wit-, J, Thompson J. Thompson M. Thompson ., ,J L , ,. i 'fi . 1' .1 . ...Jia -ga, ., ffl.. ,, V E I ,, . ,J . 3 .. 11 .1 lg L. Tilford D. Timmer C, Tolish If .V j A - M1536 1 Efxszff igd ' .' Li 1 'Q ,, J ' i t P11 f ' ii, K, 'V Jrggyfyi , , " :TQ ' A Hi B. Torrans J' Tau,-re B- TWD' S. Trebilcock J. Toxopeus ff " E. Treloar . , 01 Lu I , 5: :ja ' . iigsiig ' . .. T y,,.,.... . T , .... . . . .4 fr iw' ' fQ, ' . i'lDl'fD . f '- 1,1 K u, l S. Udell J. Urcavich 9- 9- , 2 2 1 S. Symanski R. Taylor . ompson MTh 'I ' vm. QU , .. ' :Nu ,... -U. , Y , - D. Tomczak fill wifi ' P " ' . fl. lik,-3 J I .. 1' xiii. . A- K. Towne X ,L .1..kh,1 ...N K 'li l 1 , ., "x -,aw C. Twining M. Usmial' " No Picture in ij .. 4. -. he ' X 5. W , . i, .I . A w , . 'SQ . G. Vande Kvpnei M. Vanderlaar 1 3.....,. , W. , A-af J mf! wb 54-" .. -' ' w r... . " . fr' .. ...ff " r i f '., i -A - .f 1, ' ti. W ., "'?.,,3-"'fV5Z "T .Ti 'V . . ' 9: w.1w..mff,f1 max -5 B. Vanderwest P. Vankrevelen N. Vantirepott f ,Qgai f .1. . x,w,Zl -f M vL,m.,,M ,W S. Veitman' K. Virro' S. Voss ' . .'. " .H H ' ' 'J I fi.-S." I i.7 7F'gf,., i . ' -- ii .1 .J ... .eu aa -. 1 J..x Q. 4,....,i..1-J... W ' V ,W :H 2-Q 'H zv.'1f"r-f'a - ., V f2r:1z':?,fQf",. V .. ' f 2 l1'VL.'?Pf93'f'!'1 P. Wachsmuth' B. Wachter D. Wade ,aw , . cf , J. Wakefield' P, Walsworth B. Walters' dzqjff " ' ' A A. Q' an ' - .ez -. ?fff'sYE'92 Egg? ' f '- Kvwiizr . . .. L, Ward L. Weick ' L. 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Sports M. msg, n 1 1 . ij "" fear .s- 42 322,55 1 V4 . ,S Q v 5 JI, X 1 'ly ,gg Q ? f ff, if 'di ,, 7,3 Y L N Y: gg Q 'P Maia Q" -rib Y ' if ,-M MA Above is a typical scene at a l96l Muskegon football game as halfback Bill Keur, aided by good blocking from the Big Red line, runs up for a fine gain. 1961 BIG RED FOOTBALL The experience and power of Lansing Sex- ton proved too potent for the Big Reds in their first outing of the l96l grid season. The well organized backfield of Sexton did not en- counter much difficulty with the Big Red de- fense, scoring easily. The Muskegon bright spot was the backfield. Backs Terry Werley and Bill Keur provided excitement with Wer- ley scoring Muskegon's first touchdown with a two yard plunge. At the final gun, the score was Lansing 37 and Muskegon 7. The following weekend, the Big Reds came into better form defeating Grand Rapids Un- ion l9 to 6. Any resemblance between the Big Reds of the week before and the ones playing Union was negligible. The names of the play- ers were the same, but that is where the simi- larity ended. lt was on this night that many Big Red stars shone brightly. Ed Wittkopp tore through the Union line repeatedly refusing to be thrown for a loss. Bill Keur was again present, dodging, knifing, and driving. Bill Brooks blocked furiously. Rick Ericson proved himself an adept ball handler while quarter- backing the team. On defense, the Big Reds presented an al- most impenetrabletwall. Dick Buikema, Jim Decker, and .lim Lindgren, aided by Tom Mc- Shannock, Larry Medendorp, Mel Peterman, Marshall Margret, Ed Rhodea, and Tom Cut- ler, made the life of rival ball carriers an un- easy one. Muskegon's scoring came on a two yard and a three yard plunge by Wittkopp, plus an electrifying 55 yard runback of a pass interception by Bill Keur. In the third game of the year, Coach Bald- win's boys lost a heartbreaker to the Trojoans of Traverse City. Through the entire game, the teams matched each other, play for play. Bill Keur tallied Muskegon's two touchdowns on a plunge of a one yard and a three yard run. ln the closing minutes of the game, Keur picked off a Trojan pass and returned it to the Traverse City ten yard line. But due to the eagle eye of the official, and some ques- tionable judgement, the ball was returned to Traverse City and a 15 yard penalty was stepped off against the Big Reds. The Tra- verse City crew then hammered away at the disappointed Big Red defense and scored the winning touchdown. Final score: Traverse City 20, Muskegon l4. ' 196 First Row: B. Morley, E. Rhodea, R. Erickson, T. Werley, B. Hopma, B. Keur-Capt., J. Decker, Capt, T. McShannock, D. Hendryx, D. Buikema, J. Lindgren, L. Medendorp. Second Row: T. Karnitz, B. Thompson, N. Scholle, J. Fields, Marv. Peterman, B. Luhman, T. Cutler, M. Margret, J. Carbine, B. Brooks, S. Hoffman, R. Kempker, J. Zatolokin, M. Pickel. Third Row: Dan Hoekenga-Mgr., T. Bouwmon-Mgr., J. Krisan, T. Marsden, T. Frye, T. Robertson, Mel. Peterman, T. Bosman, T. Dobb, J. Lytle, D. VanRegen- morter, J. Wier, P. Meengs. Fourth Row: J. Castle, R. Anderson, L. Terpenning, B. Grimm, M. Foster, D. Lillmars, G. Gonyo, J. Oliphant, C, Alstrom, M. Barrett, B. Green, B. Kuehnemen. Fifth Row: P. Kutches, S. May, P. Baldwin, E. Fugate, M.D. TEAIVI SPIRIT LEADS The following Friday, the Big Reds, sup- ported by upwards of 600 excursion fans, journeyed downstate to face the Benton Har- bor Tigers. The teams fought evenly with Ed Wittkopp, Bill Brooks, and Bill Keur smashing at the Harbor line but never quite hitting pay dirt. With 45 seconds left to play, Harbor led by a lone touchdown. lt was Mus- kegon's ball on the Tiger's 26 yard line and fourth down. That's when Rick Erickson passed to Bill Keur on the l5 yard line. Bill took off for the end zone, leaving four would- be tacklers in his wake. Tom McShannock kicked the extra point, and Muskegon led with 40 seconds remaining. But the game was by no means over, for Benton Harbor successfully moved the ball to the Big Red's 20 yard line with a series of passes. To many it looked like Harbor might win the game in the final sec- onds. With a first down on the Muskegon l8, the Tigers passed again. Dick Buekema, one of Muskegon's guards, charged towards the sidelines, intercepted the pass and raced 80 yards for a touchdown, as the Big Red boost- ers went wild. The point after was missed, but Muskegon won l3 to 6. The Muskegon Big Reds made the l96l Homecoming a successful one by defeating the Grand Haven Buccaneers 26 to l4. The Big Reds piled up a 19 to O lead before Grand Haven was able to score. Muskegon's scoring came on a 52 yard run by Rick Erickson. Shortly afterwards, Erickson completed a pass to Bill Keur which covered 48 yards and a Muskegon touchdown. Bill Brooks rounded off the scoring for Muskegon with a l7 yard run through center going into the end zone stand- ing up. The joy of the victory and the home- coming was dampened by the serious injury of halfback Ed Wittkopp hurt in the closing minutes of the game. On the next week, the Crusaders of Cath- olic Central continued their jinx over Muske- gon, defeating them I3 to 7. Not even the great desire to win this game for Ed, critically injured the previous week, could overcome the staunch Crusader defense. Bill Keur was in his usual good form scoring Muskegon's only touchdown on a fine 43 yard pass play from the arm of Rick Erickson, but Bill could- n't do it alone and the absence of Ed was keen- ly felt. Muskegon successfully employed the There Big Red stars admire their awares as coach Paul Baldwin looks on. Left to right are Larry Medendorp, voted best on the team in spirit, Bob Morley, the season's most improved player, Coach Baldwin, and Bill Keur, chosen as Muskegon s most valuable player, The picture was taken at the post-season banquet given in honor of the Big Red football team. GRIDDERS T0 FINE SEASON shotgun offense in the first half but couldn't make it Click after that. ln the seventh game of the year, the Big Reds traveled to Holland to revive a rivalry that had lapsed for ten years. At the final gun, the Dutchmen may have wished for an- other ten-year period before playing them again. Muskegon's first score came when Bill Keur, on a double reverse, Iateraled to Rick Erickson who raced 20 yards into the end zone. Holland brought the score to 7-6. Then Erickson and Keur again combined for a 67 yard pass play with Keur tallying. Bill Brooks then scored his two touchdowns of the night with a plunge of one yard and a fine run of I7 yards. In the third period, Bill Keur scored his second touchdown on a four yard run and a short time later intercepted a Dutch pass and returned it 25 yards for Muskegon's final score. At the gun it was Muskegon 40, Hol- land l2. Muskegon added another victory to its record defeating Battle Creek i2 to O. Bill Brooks stood out during the game scoring both of Muskegon's touchdowns on runs of l6 and l2 yards. A pleasant surprise of the night The tension of a Muskegon game is reflected in this picture of the Big Red bench. 197 BIG REDS HIACTKHI was Jim Decker who gained 73 yards after being switched from tackle to halfback in order to fill the gap left by the injury of Ed Wittkopp. Muskegon continued their dominance of Heights this year. This game was the last for many first stringers who will graduate in June. These were co-captains Jim Decker and Bill Keur, Tom McShannock, Larry Medendorp, Bob Morley, Marshall Margaret, Dick Bui- kema, Jim Lingrem, Rick Erickson, Butch Hopma, Micky Pickel, and Ed Rhodea. Rick Erickson scored the first touchdown of the game on a l6 yard run after receiving a lateral from Bill Keur. Terry Werly added six more on a 24 yard pass from Rick Erick- son. Keur added another on a 5 yard run and then brought the fans to their feet with a beautiful 77 yard run around right end to cap the Big Reds scoring. The final score was Big Reds 25g Tigers l3, bringing to an end a foot- ball season that everybody was proud of. 1961 SCORES Muskegon Opponent 7 Lansing Sexton 37 19 Grand Rapids 6 14 Traverse City 20 l3 Benton ,Harbor 6 26 Grand Harbor i4 7 Muskegon Catholic I3 40 Holland 12 l2 Battle Creek O 25 Muskegon Heights l3 198 x :- 1961 LITTLE RED FOOTBALL Bottom Row: Terry Pesch, Jerry Benedict, Ed Heneveld, Tom Lytle, Paul Johnson, Don Cato, Tom Spytma, Lane' Smith, Bob Pase- nan. Second Row: Ron Rake, Randy Weenum, Phil Porter, Martin Lutrey, Dave Berdinski, Dave Perry, Burt Jones, Mike Poholski, Vince Birelson, Jim Shriver. Third Row: Terry White, Randy Johnson, Denny Scheidegger, Charles Lindsey, Russell Sustaita, Jim Charron, Roy Waddell, Arvester Hawkins, Benny Chambers. Fourth Row: Coach J. Hansen, Bob Duliban CMgr.J, Dave Conklin, Gor- Eiraxn Sytrickland, Dick Murbarger, Larry Krummweide, Larry Swartz, Don Rake, Coach F. Franczek, Coach J. Sowa, Jim Martin, gr. The Muskegon Little Red football team experienced rough going during its l96l season. After losing the ,initial game of the year to Orchard View, an eleventh grade team, by the score of l3 to O, the Little Reds continued to be plagued by the lack of scoring punch. Seven successive de- feats followed before the Little Reds regrouped their forces and won over arch-rival Muskegon Heights in the final game of the season. The Little Tigers tallied three quick touch- downs early in the contest, but the Little Reds came roaring back to take a dramatic 27-l9 victory. John Hansen and Fred Franczek coached reserve football this year. 200 J lst Row: Firos Phelps, Neis, Abraham, Moen. 2nd Row: Carr, Haara, Crowell, Kantor, Wainwright, Hamel, Sweet, Voss, Duncan. 3rd Row: McShannock CCoachJ, Brown, Howell, Medema, Van Bemmelen, Burns, Carefelle, Archambault. MUSKEGQN 43 31 34 43 32 26 41 35 30 202 1961 CROSS COUNTRY OPPONENT Muskegon Heights Holland Traverse City Muskegon Heights Traverse City Allegon Grand Haven Grand Haven Holland 1961 was a lean year for the Muskegon Big Reds in cross country. After a number of good seasons in recent years, including an outstanding record last year, the schoo!'s suc- cess fell off considerably this year. 1961's weaker team has been attributed to the small number of sophomores who came out for cross country in 1960. However, with a number of promising 10th graders on the squad this year, coach Tom McShannock looks forward to a winning season next year. A bright spot for Muskegon in cross coun- try this year was the fine running of senior Roger Hamel. Roger led both teams in most meets and set several course records. The following is a summary of the 1961 cross country season. Frank Hayes, Howard Collins, Ben Strong, Sam Moore, ond Denny McPherson were the starters for the M.H.S. Big Reds in their victorious 1961-62 basketball season. BIG RED BASKETBALL 203 Seated from left ta right are B. Reed, B. Saylor, ca-captain S. Moore, co-captain B. Strong, H. Collins, Mel Peterman. Standing from left to right are T. Crawford, D. McPherson, J. Hayes, D. Tomczak, Marv Peterman. IVIUSKEGON HAS HIGH-SCORING TEAIVI Muskegon Opponent 82 Muskegon Catholic 43 60 Muskegon Heights 69 81 G.R. Catholic 55 69 Holland 41 89 Traverse City 43 93 Niles 57 76 Benton Harbor 61 80 Grand Haven 54 67 Muskegon Heights 60 91 Holland 47 59 Traverse City 47 60 Benton Harbor 88 63 G.R. South 59 93 Grand Haven 65 77 Muskegon Catholic 57 uZ2r51w1g.Collins captures a rebound against Muskegon 204 1 1 l l Two More For Sam After being introduced ta the public at an intra-squad game in November, the 1961-62 Mus- kegon Big Red basketball team made its debut the next week against Muskegon Catholic Central. In this game Muskegon used speed and deadly ac- curacy ta pin an 82-43 defeat an the Crusaders. Ben Strong and Sam Moore farmed a 1-2 combi- nation, hitting 21 and 15 paints respectively. The following week the Big Reds bowed ta Muskegon Heights 69 to 60 in the first big test of the season. The scare was tied nine times before the Heights broke into the lead to stay late in the game. Sam Moore led the Muskegon attack with 28 points while Denny McPherson added 11. Muskegon's next opponent, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, presented little challenge as the Big Reds rolled ta an 81-55 victory. The fast break that had stalled against the Heights buried the Cougars under a rain of baskets. Sam Moore again led Big Red scar-- ers with 27 points. M.H.S. posted its first Lake Michigan Conference win at Holland. Falling be- hind early in the contest, Muskegon applied a press and went on to win by a score of 69 ta 41. 205 E THE SEASON IN PICTURES The next week Muskegon outclassed Traverse City 89-43 for its second L.M.A.C. win. Sam Moore was the leading Muskegon point-maker with 28 points. Niles, the next invader of the M.H.S. gym, was the victim of another Big Red runaway. The Muskegon regulars played only l7 minutes, but the reserves were also hitting, and the classy Reds coasted to an easy -93-57 victory. The Big Reds won a big game the following week when they over- came Benton Harbor 76-61. Sam Moore played 205 a sensational game, netting 38 points, while How- ard Collins also played one of the best games of his career. Another win was chalked up on the Muskegon record as the Big Reds overpowered Grand Haven 80-54 in their next game. Then a week later Ben Strong and Sam Moore combined for 51 points to help Muskegon onto an important win, a 67-60 triumph over the Heights Tigers. The Big Red victory evened the two teams in the L.M. ,A.C. standings. Holland offered little opposition in their sec- ond meeting with the Big Reds as they fell 9l-47. Ben Strong paced Muskegon with 28 points. Den- nis McPherson was the sparkplug in the next Mus- kegon game as his 2l points enabled the Big Reds to take a 59-47 decision at Traverse City. ln their crucial meeting with Benton Harbor, however, the Big Reds hit a night where they could do little right and the Tigers could do nothing wrong, The result was an 88-60 defeat for Muskegon. However, the Big Reds were a very different team in their fol- lowing game as they sped to an impressive 63-59 win over previously undefeated Grand Rapids South. Sam Moore pumped in 36 points for Mus- kegon. M.H.S. wound up in a tie for the Lake Michigan Athletic Conference championship with Benton Harbor and Muskegon Heights when the Reds overwhelmed Grand Haven 93-65 in the finale of the L.M.A.C. season. The last regular season game for the Big Reds was a 77-57 victory over Muskegon Catholic Central. As the book went to press, they entered the state tournament as po- tential state champions. 207 1 " Upper left: Dan Tomczak lays up two more points for the Big Reds. Upper center: Sam Moore drops in another Muskegon basket. Upper right: Bill Saylor reaches high in the air to tip the ball into the basket. Lower right: The action gets hot and heavy under the basket as two Big Reds battle an opponent for the ball. 208 THE BIG REDS IN ACTION Above: John London lets fly with a long lump shot. Right: Alvertis Crawford drives for a Little Red basket. LITTLE RED BASKETBALL The Muskegon Little Red basketball team, Lin-le Reds 56 coached by John Partenio, finished their sea- son with a better than average record of nine wins and six losses. Playing the same schedule as the Big Reds, the Little Reds pleased their fans more than once during the season with exciting come-from-behind victories. Members of the Little Red cage team this year included John Workman, Vince Birleson, Alvertis Crawford, Greg Gillaspy, John Lon- don, Gary Lillmars, Bill Warren, Arvester Hawkins, Hugh Thomas, Jim Cameron, Paul Page, Jim Shriver, and John Moore. The lead- ing scorer on the Little Reds, Alvertis Craw- ford, and John Moore, brother of Big Red star Sam Moore, were elevated to the varsity late in the year to add extra scoring strength. At the right is a resume of the Little Reds' 1961-62 season. Opponent Muskegon Catholic Muskegon Heights G.R. Catholic Holland Traverse City Niles Benton Harbor Grand Haven Muskegon Heights Holland Traverse City Benton Harbor G.R. South Grand Haven Muskegon Catholic Ist Row: Wittkopp, Boxer, Tomzcak, Nelson, Hamel, Pickel, Hayes, Hunter, Rhadea, Engle, Zukiewicz, Krizan, Carbine. 2nd Row: Richard Mitchell, G. Zukiewicz, Pierce, Crothers, Mitchell, Wynbelt, McKeen, Green, Strong, Roberts, Moore, Pedler, Filius Castle, Duliban iMgr.J 3rd Row: Assistant Coach Wolcott, Assistant Coach Baldwin, Hendryx, Schwass, Twinning, W i I l ia ms Smith, Dobb, Mel. Peterman, Wojcik, Olipharit, Honore, Marv. Peterman, Gonyo, Hively, German, Milas, Sieffert, McShannock lCoachi. IVIUSKEGON HAS POWERFUL TRACK l Roger Hamel, Muskegon miler, comes in ahead of the field as the Big Reds take another track victory. l96l was a great year for Muskegon in track. They were undefeated in dual meets, speeding to a 5 and O record. They took first place in the Lake Michigan Conference meet, the Greater Muskegon meet, and in a triangular meet with Grand Haven and Muskegon Catholic Central. The Big Reds also were second in the regional meet and in the Sagi- naw Relays, a contest featuring some of the strong- est teams in the state. Muskegon was l9th in the state track meet. Besides all these achievements, Muskegon also scored the most points for the Lake Michigan Conference when it defeated the Grand Rapids City League. Prospects look good for another fine Muske- gon track team in 1962 since many of last year's stars were underclassmen. Willie German takes another first for the Big Reds in the dashes. Reuben Mitchell appears ta have the lead in a close hurdles race. TEAIVI IN '61 Big Red high jumper Ben Strong tops six feet in his favorite event. ' The Muskegon Big Red track team poses for an informal squad picture after winning the L.M.A.C. track meet. 211 212 1961 Baseball Back Row: L to R - H. E. Potter iCoachJ, Abraham, Emmons, Buikema, Olson, Krumwiede, Recknagel, McShannockg Newman l-Ul"m0f1i C0nep Huizengag Rap, Carlson, Peters, Matteson, R. VanDyke iAss't. Coachl. Front Row: L to R - Back fMgr.l5 Witham Oberrniller, Pierce, Duncan, Sikkengag Johnson, Outwing Porkka, McPherson, Hasper, Grandjean, Maxwell, Martinez iMgr,l. Muskegon Senior High School was repre- sented by one of the finest baseball teams in western Michigan last spring. Coach Harry Potter's high scoring squad won twelve games and lost only four. A total of 140 runs were scored during the season by the Big Reds while their opponents were held to 8l runs. Muskegon took the l96l city champion- ship, defeating Catholic Central twice and Muskegon Heights twice. Their only loss in city competition came in a third contest with the Heights, which lasted ten innings. The Big Reds also placed second in the Lake Michigan Conference standings, just missing the championship. The deciding game with the highly regarded Grand Haven Buc- caneers ran twelve innings before the Bucs finally pulled out a 7 to 6 victory. As the yearbook goes to press, mounds of snow still cover the city's baseball diamonds. Baseball weather looks far off, but already the Big Reds are beginning practice in the gym. i962 should be another good season for Muskegon baseball since a number of talent- ed juniors and sophomores saw action last Muskegon 20 l 3 3 9 6 7 9 7 5 l3 5 6 7 TO l4 6 year. Opponent West Mich. Christian Muskegon Heights Holland Reeths Puffer Benton Harbor Holland North Muskegon Muskegon Catholic Muskegon Heights North Muskegon Grand Haven Muskegon Catholic Muskegon Heights Traverse City Fremont Grand Haven 1961 TENNIS Rlck Erickson and Byron "Butch" Hopma, Muskegon tennis stars, pose together after an important victory. The 1961 Muskegon Big Red tennis team end- ed -its season with a most enviable record. Possess- ing several individual stars along with fine overall depth and talent, coach David Olsen's team posted a record of twelve wins and only two defeats. They easily placed first in greater Muskegon competi- tion and then went on to win the first Lake Michi- gan Athletic Conference tennis championship. Their record also includes a second place in the regional meet and fifth place in the state. The Big Reds scored double wins over Mus- kegon Heights, Muskegon Catholic Central, West Michigan Christian, and Grand Haven. They also defeated Holland, Holland Christian, Benton Har- bor, and Cooperville once each in '61. Muskegon's two defeats came in the second meetings with Hol- land and Holland Christian. Prospects for another winning tennis team in 1962 are excellent. Most of the players from last year's outstanding team are returning to the court again this spring. l 213 Big Red Golfers Score "Low" It may sound odd to praise a team for scoring "low" in its games or matches, but, in the case of golf, the lowest score wins. And last year the Big Red golfers did score low, taking wins in two-thirds of their matches. They finished the season with a fine record of eight wins and four defeats. Muskegon took two victories apiece from Holland, Muskegon Heights, and Muskegon Catholic Central, while they beat Benton Harbor and North Muskegon once during the season. The team's four losses included two each to Whitehall and Grand Haven. Muske- gon Opponent WON Benton Harbor WON Holland WON Muskegon Heights LOST Grand Haven WON Holland WON Muskegon Catholic WON Muskegon Heights 3rd L.M.A.C. meet WON Muskegon Catholic LOST Whitehall 5th Regional meet WON North Muskegon LOST Whitehall . LOST Grand Haven 214 ln addition to dual competition with these schools, the Big Reds placed third in the Lake Michigan Athletic Conference meet and fifth in the regional golf match. Those Muskegon golfers seeing consider- able action in '61 were Jack Frye, Dick Neel, Bruce Nelson, Terry Ruthkoski, Bill lndjer, and Bob Kramer. Several of these players graduated in 1961, leaving quite a vacancy. Coach Ed Hager will have to do some team rebuilding in 1962 to repeat last yeor's good record. Below is a summary of the 1961 golf sea- son. Low Scorers for Muskegon Frye C8015 Neel C841 Frye C8615 lndjer C861 Frye C7915 Ruthkoski C821 Ruthkoski C8915 Frye C9015 Kramer C901 lndjer C8115 Frye C8315 Ruthkoski C831 Ruthkoski C8015 Frye C811 Frye C8415 Ruthkoski C861 Frye C8415 Ruthkoski C911 Frye C8915 Neel C9015 Ruthkoski C901 Frye C8515 Ruthkoski C851 Frye C7915 Ruthkoski C801 Ruthkoski C8715 Neel C8815 Kramer C881 Frye C8715 Ruthkoski C921 Frye C7615 Ruthkoski C821 Swimming Syncronized Mari Beth Rae, Linda Conant, Barb Klemp, Cherrie Bricker, Sue Meyer, Carol Johnson, Kay All, Cheryl Kienke, Priscilla Lindaey, Nancy Newman, Cherie Rollston, Tammy Schmitt, and Pam Andrews are the members of the Synchronized Swimming class at M. H.S. These people give up a study hall or lunch hour twice a week to swim and learn the graceful maneuvers of aquatic art pic- tured here. The girls receive no scholastic credits for their work. They practice under the careful eye of Mrs. Gillaspy and present a water show "Aqua Viva" at the Steel pool in the beginning of May. 216 I N 1 1 , Priscilla Lindse shows her skill on the trampoline. She is one ofthe best "tram oliners" in the school Y P and highly enjoys this sport, as do many other girls. The "tramp" has become an essential part of the girls athletic activities. 220 l ln perfect form, Priscilla is again up to her old tricks! 221 Sophomores 224 1 1 4. P. Achilles M. Ackerman :Vw ' A '2 V . ff s., V+. .M V ., . v ,,,,.. . .. . ffi . 'EE A .-we ii 4. . VIN i qi F55 a . . ,. Hag A Swv ' x ..,, '34 - if ' ' .1 W, y -' 3 e . K K. Allen M. Alley P. Allhands . V... V r... ..... .M ' is elvis. 'D if xi Q' ' .. . ' . . ' ' I , . , . . ,,,.. I. f" bw "U - ff . fm' 1 -- -Q f l .l l.ll J. Anderson' K. Anderson L. Anderson Qu My ..,.. W .. -. . E 'if 'fs -. .i!Bf.i'.fizi.'--Q21 I X gl.. 'Q ........., R. Anderson D. 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Erxleben . .W will 1 1 5 D. Everman 'Q . , 'ff' ,, J. Fairris 5 is 3 it S .eq ML if . I ws-fm ' -If-11-H 1 I A. Felgenhauier ., Lvl' nf, ,, .W .. 3' ' va ...L - '91 L. Fletcher ,.': 92 Z" e T .fs12l5 f :: , M fs-. B. Forman R, ,I ,nf A15 .'lg:X:l?'!i5' ..' ,, 1 ltr' ll wm,az'...t ,IH was l ' J. Erickson .nl ,., it le- ft P, Escareno M., . 'A f 7 1 ' S. Ewcld C. Falbe f': .. ,i . awf- rf' f L+... wfg.gw?.,g,. ' E. Felker f.-at fr' ' eff? li.. .. L. M. Flickema 'Q 'K Y V. K i'-Fifi! " lb J. Fors Demonstrating .... t h e speech laboratory equipment to v i s i ti n g school officials is Mrs. Douglas Tool who teaches French at M. H. S. During N a tio n al Education Week, many local busi- men and school officials visited M. H. S. and viewed its facilities. The speech lab equipment is an educational aid which not all schools are able to enjoy. 229 230 ' -1 ' in V,,..,,.l . .2 G is . 'E . E ' firm K' L' ' V 1 -76 in f.. ' S. Forward 5. Foster P. 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'L ' i , . i i I k,Vk Q i'i' . . - l . . i. . lf' 2 . , k.b. tis ,,--' , -W--9 ' wt D. Fredrickson i if x . , f 3,s.g...Mg., 3 qv. . A Q, 4 is. - -. K vs? " J. Frisch ...ti ii... - i1.fiQfml1.if12i ri sf.li.1.i..ii -fi1.emsr.:p-.lim ewifgfimewf ii .,3gg:i5fim.f .iw .gw.'fir.i.....- saswi. -it. res.. .ie.W.iLfi.....3..Z..,it1,i.ii.....,... ei. fii.. W....,.s,...,..ih- i. tg. Wi1..t2.g.g..g-:..z isiirlgsmg. :sv wi.i...i. .ir 55 . .,...,.-.g,.gi..... .mir sgi1wi..ie.i...-- mimi f. 2-.f ........i.t.. , 'lirgggygfjgig gi Qefiz-w2f'3x'2f:wl. K-gy.i.,s.3v ..... ,, ,, .. M.. iJ.:f.tAu' ts1s.zAww-wmitrrifiiwiz C. Gardner' .,,. .... . , 5.116 "lu.fiffw:ii..5.af igm-xiii' -tl ' -L . iffg-.....i.,.lg..wiZ 4fQi,.,sdg'Q, -5 . .. f. t .W .ii , -Y.: lu.: . 1 i.y.,ff.,.i3..i.,e,.Q...iyPi...Q,.,. .. Hewz-wuz 'Yuri ' mel:Mieiiiiislffmlaliw-f fi: - -' Mlaitaxgeiglyfwwfvisswia. - . . sw. "fS.w.f-1? 'wwfi f i as-Mini s..i...l2jlQ,lg giflli. K. Gassman' I , M Q., .if V y. , r in . -.. gy, f . Ti. 'K- mq . 'X fl -m i lk lr Q:-1... I X T. Gerst W f 'lf f Q , ,,...1 - . I if---l. J..-Q J. Gillespie q tw ...T ,.. ' 1 V.. V ni ' D. Gooden . . .,., . .ill , .i P. Geeting it .F x N. Gifford .igf ' Eli? L. Glore , Q , I ' ,.'. l it R. Goodman sl' ,G If one fine day .... you should come face to face with an over-sized violin apparently sound- ing-forth by itself, don'l' be alarmed. lt's probably working overtime- straining to produce sounds that will measure up to the high standards of M. H. S. orchestra, under the capable baton of Mr. Fred Roys. , ue f ll' '- V fu- vw is fy . ffl Xffffv M. Goryl C. Green im sew, 'V ,, ,, , ,H f H 'f-r D. Griswold fav, 18,3- L.. W li-l' s l s ai sl t R. Gundy i H 5 If ' Qi, .ipgy rl A Y A ,l ui R. Hagen W lf., , , ze Q S r fu N. Grams 4 'ik E , zz. ,gg D. Green 5 ,4 lf ' . i .ggqrigi ii-ii i lv- , Groothuis f M- ' " 5 Jwausili K A 1 , 'ii' , S. Grant B. Graves B. Greuthouse V fi ' ' ' E. Greer J. Grevel' J. Greyious' ,Q . A 1 .13 A ' A r ' ..,. -1- I 15233, , " K Q , Mn, A-'. , "'.." K' . cr , 1 ' ' , we i u . Q.. X' : TTY' r , If , il.iiff1.,. ' -i,giQ'M, Hts. 'fa .3-4533.,fiiliiigifs .ei-AN rl'LQ'9QlYll'N'l QW-1 ,'- 7 A 3 l 1 5--ii I7 lil' 7 M. Gross F. Gue K. Hagadone' ,.. .- 2... ' 'H 'vs-. . ' fr- M 4 is 2. 'la W. Hagen D. Haken . wi.: i 'F' sg. ,Z J. Hall P. Hallberg D. Halliday .2 ra' R. Hanes T. Hanes E, Hannon' 'No Picture D. Hoge Q. Q " , ,,, Eu , D. Hall iii?-. 54? "'+, ' ivMP. if T. Hamel .z.i1,'aihx.. , . -'- 7 ,, , its C. Hansen R. Gundy " J st iflll L,, il 3- . N: ,. -fi 1 we J. Hoge :.f .1x'.l L, .Q i . QS "Ari, y v A ll" if die W .4 it 5, J, Hall i f ri 1 ., as . R ii . in . ' ' f'?'i'A'1if-. fr if C. Hamil Q , w ill V . i. 1 " T llll Ti ,,- ' LQ' ' We S. Hansen 5. "Duh, Coach" Coach Partenio appears to be giving the Little Reds the secret of success. John Workman, however, appar- ently doesn't believe him. Perhaps Coach is saying, "All right, you guys! Get your fingers out of your mouth cmd play ball! !" 231 232 QM'..:' Q XXX B. Hardman E , x7- ffl: ' N A -.ft C' C. Hartley f N K G, Hartsema . A V 'lil :if . G. Hayes ,,,,:-2-L V- ' .f 1, . T i l ,J X . L. Helman J. Hevlein' i nfl . . ,QM f f C.Hoekenga 'Na Picture 1. 5. 'K , . .: ' "mt" 1 F ' ff, vi s., f ,Y - 3, . f Vggg., , . ., .,, ,wQS 'EIS' 1143! 4 y , 5 Rap., U, 1.. . ., A Qi i x ' t, . ,,, 'XIV' gg. M. Hartman J. Harrington H. Harrison ,, .z H A 'r,. 1 . . 1.,,, ',. , . " -. Y ' - ' in J , mv- f !-' H il X if H 1 fr J. Hartman J. Hartman J. Hartman l i . . l , ' 'll if We .1 . J "as H if 33, y o f 'wwf' as -.. ' ' wwf , ,ffr .... , , ---- LW. ef f.ff.:,gm wgfyafifl . - eff -5' f is 1 K ' "k.l' Q -' SEE T. Hasper C. Hause T. Havermans , ,Q A . aff.. . 1, . - 'T' H' if dl A , ' ' iw :QR 1... ., 'af , -'ft - ' G. Hayes J. Hayes R. Hazekamp .N - lxrl Q -42. M' wr' ' . ' ,-3115. . J , . . - . .... 4, Q ., kv m .if- -bwti. 1 f . 1- .1 1. 0 in fy.- J s w . E. Heneveld S. Hering S. Herrgord I . 'Qf.2i'Zgyh , , ,i s m :Lf J X . .f ' nfl, -si... If . . A .., 5 i. a . ...V G. Hilliard' R. Hilliard R. Hixan 1 . " . . J A in i.. . , rv ," 'f Q- G. Hoeker G. Hoffman H. Hoffman l W 4. 4 4 if 5 Il ggrpr. is l Q. it D. Hart el' fs Kumi M. 1 ysiilf' M. Hartman A ' .2l'l l'Qa'a. 'eff 5 ...gs A. Hawkins sg.T..1,. g . 42 'V i M . H! . .ya gag... E, x, W, sm, J. Heiser B. Herrington ' , F V , 4' "" 2 - 1 Q' is wif m rs. . P. Haaglund 'W 'Z N wha N f' : S. Holloway s ....,..., .. , 1 '.:i'e.1m:::,::a:fs:i...... zg,,QM . 72 it ' .if , 5 4 " N " K ,,'3 'k , 5 ' :ny ,iw -r t Pl l 45- 1 Big Red Indian .... Dave Hall "does his stuff" to the pulsating rhythm of Indian Boy, one of our favorite cheers. D a v e, official mascot of M.H.S., is a member of Nakida Naou Lodge, Order of the Ar- row, Boy Scouts of America. - :.. V4 Q. Liga.-:I if H 0 E X a -V ., . ' H I V -1 In V. ,-Je' I QS. .,, 1+ .5 Q , . J .:. , I , "Q -555 . . L+ fi ' I ' .I ,HGV .' ' lkfffil K H of ., ST ,. 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I I D ki I uf III, . , 1.2 'ff of V if I I 'sazif' In 1 39 'if i'-1'-if f ' f .I s 5 .1 .7 I "ff ' I ' WJ . .. .5 J J' -I If . V! 'IZTJIJ1 j, 'L I I I.. I iff .A , In I I. I I f TP I BI I . ' -2 P, Jacobsen J. Jensen K. Jensen J, Johnson A. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson C. Johnson' , ' ,. Tv. , . . . . 5. . , V . T3 -5 6 7 5' 9' If ' 13 fI"'1-'I 2-'PJ V QM . U I , M . ,AT .1 I- ' " X A ' ,P , MI: 1 . ,.,5. hiyffxv- "1 :Q Q 3.-'M 5- ' ,. if f fx," - ' CI D. Johnson F. Johnson J. Johnson J. Johnson L. Johnson L. Johnson L. Johnson P. Johnson .. . 14. if 'Nm 4 I I I I I., ,, . .1 - -. ffl, ,- . lj ,"' 4. .ir ,-., -. , H ,,, T'f!7-gi sss - .5 1 I fl' F' If ,- ' ' , K , R. Johnson S. Johnson T. Johnson W. Johnson' B, Jones J. Jones W. Jones' D. Jorgensen' Vi -4, A iz.: .f ' , f .. N Zb.,fFn .-mf' ,LTJ ' 'ef . """ ' ' 4 ' .. A M. I, .is Q., H I f i IU' 1- " ' If .. ' No Picture K. Kolmos S. Kantor A. Koub B. Keoy S. Keil C, Keith T. Kelly 233 234 .xlfw .IV jf - . .L'. Yi! T. Kelly K. 5: . 71" T., ,W A. Kinney fa -is J J. Klein i.,,iiW,,. J. Klug .iw 11- . 5... . , , W. G. Koelher 4 z - 4.8 is ikmi PQ' '57 ,. -fi" 5 f : G. Koski 1 Q Q5 0 J . , A ' A x. ye L, Krumwiede " No Picture 5 , B. Kendall , k V' i 5 S. .4 1 S 4 1 f -, me-:fs:'.':ff-'ff. ,Af .,, ,... I ,. ...Effie . . C. Kinsey' egg? 15.723 E -..,. , W. P. Klemp 'J ' . L ,, 4. K. Knoll Q ' i 1 2 5 4 - ."V V B. Kolekamp L. Kramer 'B F i- ig, 1.1 'Lg . . V it? . ., 5 - me.. M.-n., . i . . C. Krupa D A Q 5 J 5 4'lm4E.5 C. Kennedy -w,:,,2 , W W I as 41 1 B37 .i K li. . . S. Kirkpatrick Q. n 'QW .K .. rr J.. slLL... ' . .. ,mf Qii' 1 I ' lk? . A J. Klont ,M Q NJ QL 5 M! xl I iv P. Knoll ,ew ,y - v ri'-if if A 5 V . f ff J. Kolkema jf if ., '16 . l. J A. Krauss If ,Ji I l D. Kushner Whetherfor not .... we win or lose this game, the picture proves that we can't stay BEHIND for long! Q L. . as 4 Y' ng ,igjgy ' y tr' J. Keur " -f ' Lff'-'Z , , , D. Kish 'Ad fx. If 1- n-. .7 A X. f B. Klug 1 iv 2 1 l e S. Knowles - ,M ,mn -.wi g -r.-y 'fag a ..- yxp cf ' ". L. Koning 'E K? F J if 'K S V . . R S. Kreifeldt -c- A , .. 1 . pg, A wx .. ...fm - .- .we .- re.. . Q . ww. . iw. , . X. M, W, fy I W' ff 'im I ix. D. Kies 'L w -H K' . IQ w R. Kleckc W1 X wr C. Klug 4 "" 1, GJ Ji 4 x '1 il K. Knox 1 pg... , Q . S. Koscinski s Q, 4 'MJ 1 , f. . 'N il ,ggi lip gill QHQI. I D. Krivitzky . ., .54 all ' fsifgy , 1 .... h V 'li D. Lack 4 3, if A . .. M.. QW... - ' Q wb f1M."D-1.45, if my-. ' . L. Laddeli' C. Lamb f kip.. " i t :z ' f . ima 'w k 1 . Y. D. Lesser C. Lavigne "!'.,u I 2. , 'ff' S. Lieb G. Lillmars VZ, plz '22 i if X., ., M. --W .4 if . n B. Long M. Long I' ' 1 wi VS, ' is v if ' QM ! .. X.. E! 5, M. Lutrey R. Lutz 'X i . ' 1 Sv. K JL . if iv J. Mandt' K. Manfredine H 4 in .Li ' W.. J M.. .g.35,,k' v 7 .. . f i K. 4 .,, ..t...x H -I L. Landail 1 5 W V 1. Um. i . -., .i fi K. Lawitzke JM ,ri . .M ., Vffg C. Lindsey . . i . . ' .,s 1 S. Long 6 . 435.3 R. Luyendyke . "Wt .ji . .J C. Manies l.. .M ,., . X .Q - 5- 1 . - . , . -IR, .. .A .. J Q-., L Q ,,, J. Martin S. Martin T. Martinez No Picture .- Q.. Q 1: N H N .z . 3. . . . 5 as " A +. .JA . 2 F. Lange r . G. Laws 1 . N F - i . .igv 1 . X' It .35- . 5:1 , D. Little B. Loper' 4 sim. JA T. LYTIC B. Marcott 1 M. Matheny if ir-va' K is E 41... K X A, Langelond N. Leafers R. Little' - Q- 'vs S 4 M. Lorenz ,. ."4'? L . . .. A. Margret .ks', sqm 4 .- 4.. -G " B. Moltfolk Q' V .fu m I .J ' kS53il,...1, - V 'fi' . , .. 6.4 Str J, 1 ,.z...g. .K ff., W .. S. Lens if sw. , I ...WW .. , "V fl Lv' . . W. Lehmer I- - .aw k . 'ig R. Loera f 2 'I aa it 'iff ' . . . .... 1. 'if . Q ,QW i C. Lorey ..., .arm .T -ww .1 4 .1 M f ik... H, Mackenzie N. Marks' 1' V . R. Larr f ' twgtyii i D. Le Mieux . ' x' ' .5 I K Q. L. ,.. I f. A i qv.- B, Lofgren .' 'X -. S .f .2 .t - ax A . .xi .. Hint 1 .i 515. f:.rf?i W. Lowden ,....- rs-,W 7. D N M. Maddix f .5 1. i B ,Q 7085 " f:..i3 53.3132 I. Markstrom 'Niall S . Nu I 2 .. i M if W. L J A. Matthews L. Matuz 1 4 3 . ii. egg. .g .im A. Lesser . - v 2 4 I S. Letarte ,W . 1 H., ' tx '. .. .Tis i - fish t ,gi T K? stiff .., M J . London . 'N . Qs . .wr Y 'V J' ' J iz.. J s Na. , .4-5... .v C. Lund M. .wig i xwrfii' f I "Yr: .. . . P. Manchester af I sf 'l '27 is , . I .rzrsixs . . H Y,-Q -3 C. Marsh I Ti I sf A K .. 1- .... .... . ... M. May L Qi" 235 236 Biology Is Fun? In one of her rare serious moods, Miss Rodewald ex- plains a scientific term to her biology class. She is one of our new teachers this year. However, al- ready she is r a t e d "A-okey" b y M. H. S. students. ' Nc Picture 1 4 vi A Q , Q ' : L . I V144 y .. .5 ., P. Maynard f, W k iwi?-... ll,.' l'x',.v.l. .i .. ., f A. McClees EQ34. M. McKee ffll Z . .. .. ,P X , 1, ... WW S. McWhorter K ii ' twist" .5 ig .1 Q . ix. f i :Ii 5 D.Meisch 5 as 1' vs w i Ji ' F5 . l we -fl -W Qiimimill ..,Q..o.N ' M. Miles l-9? . i f hx, ,J 9' C. Mills r . ,A- 7 l . . . . L -li , A L '55 M. Mayo ,W Q .. , 2, . ,Am 'Q .iii ,W.,, . V' i .1 ' 1 ., f f..fwf....fi.. mini. In ..f...:.1..f.:. s. .. .1 1 ids . .. ,. W .QM .s- , W.-. . M. McClure .3 'Hi . .g , .....,,., L .4 L. McArthur wi' 'Jw 9 i si. "6 Ni? El i will P. McCoy if 'K M. McKinnon 9 . 1' 4 z lf. ai' 2. Alba N L. Medema . 'f ., Q - .f3 . ,, - 5. Lf., W. "Q, . r iii . Vis eiiifiehisi-ii.. G. Mell T - -i Ph .5 R fl S J. Miller . H S , sk I in . ay F5 f T. Mills Sli? . . , .W , 'QV il 5. is is Wf., .1 .. ,, . M, f f .Q ",S.. Ki .Q ' ,... 1 . W Q .. sf V . J. McCan 'A Qi 2.-.. , ' 2 l 1 L M. McGrane if 1 sq. f K. -4, ' . 1'+"'a:l-ling., i, ark? a.. mf: 'fha l ".'..s Q K. McLaughlin J Q .Qi f L M413-3 ,14 . .Q iz.. ,N i .S 1, W." N T ".f ,. L. Mefforcl ' .,.-si .M 4 ' 8' l El i si.. .. X ,. ,, am B. McLouth . 5. C. Meinhard L. Mertz .M 'N . M .... 2 aff N - .guy 2 K. Miller P. Mitchell i F , ... F ig it ,, Q ,V.V -fl A ' D. Messinger fy! i fm MJ. ,. , . L. Miller L- '-H.. A . LL . . sm' A we 'N dan , 'L l' f ' J. Mixer 4 31 1 J. McCartney, f 1 M . . ,ii B. Mclntire k'150f. , .f, Q ...i . . x... . ,. l. McManus 1. Zi iz' ,-il-lg' .is-vmsiv . . X J. Meinke I 'lf i ,E a-If J. Middlecamp ,,'. -.. gggy inei. L' L' se' 1 i . 5. f T. Miller ' is J. Miavig K . 4' 4 .2 G. Moen J. Mohr .1 Q fi "liz:-.K K 5. M00"e J. Morden .,,a.,Q-.., . I," 'E if 41 , . Ei "?3"kf' 1.11 Q. 5 . wwf... , G ' 'Fh R. Morrell' B. Morris 4315 G. if ,, G if? i W 'ff' F. Morse E. Mulder 1-.Zi R- Ml-'f"0fY C. Musk I G. Nevins' P. Newman E51 :gf s .. :Q A . i.-.. 5 b-', .,, id rr in 45,1 rx. S. Norman W. Norman No Picture r Alf Q3 J f I'- iwsgf .A R N C. Monroe B. Moreen' . -Li L . , Www t'F5E1iE'f:'4 ' "- .ifigf - .fiikeidafefm -f A J. Morrison J W ,fu .-1 mg A if "W .ww 'W , Q... Y 4... R. Murborger f 3 .3..y..k.w iii ...J J . X s. Noble .F fi -5 '33 R. Norton . ali fr' - fjif, ki if F. Monroe J if 4. ! i wr ., .. . ig ' ig fi in gas . Moore . , Q 1 ,aff gi' . .r .ig .51 M 'ff "iii, .. .. . . 'Y "' .f'TiiiiQ.'i .ii li if? fl- he .. ,.,,, I ' oroo f J . . i 1 .. Xi W'ee 3. K, Morency B. Morphew . 55 A L . ,4 1' V. V.. .ey , 2. xi. A f X .1 . - - ww il .. , j 3 f'-TQ' iiefniiti lil .. . l . ' . J. Morrison M. Morrow .mags ' . oi 'JR j sp 4,5 . 3 A. . V . t go ' .VL 6,f'2 Q " ga.. G. Murphy B. Nevmer S. Musk S. Nelson' ' if . 1 D . -kg, V K.. . Q H. Nolan S. Norman . .A- I5 gfiexi, . WT .wr41Qg- .X 'qv 1+ i .ag , cuff vlf"r.-5"tIifi"3! J. Oleiarczyk Win or lose .... good sportsmanship always comes out on top, Here Jackie Gilbert, one of our Big Red cheerleaders, extends a friendly Muskegon wel- come to the -visiting cheerleaders. This is a familar scene at all MHS activities. 237 238 "Oh, no! l .... Not Sam Moore! Coach, you're kiddingg do l really have to guard him?" As leading scorer in the league, Sam cuts a for- midable figure. ' No Picture RN l ag ,JU L" I, ' ' ,em ... . K, 1... I. ..I,l. ,,,, .4 L. Olsen ' . U yi il X A 5 I H1..I... ..g G. Orth . .- r I 'f l W ,. :. . ' w.fQ-4'.,. s ' 5 1. R. Parrish ., X U Jjqw . . . ., . ,T , .z--.-gs-5, f ' G. 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Schwemer W.Schwemer . . if A ii -- R. 2 i Y i x Q. ., ..... ..... 76 .. - L I . -1.5 D. Ross J. Scharf , V, .SY i . 7' 'imp X35 W. Schaanbeck ,, f I i i sg . . .k , nf: K A iw .. ,gg :p a 1'-.' K ' D. ii . fn' if . Sc rivnor Q.,-i. - ,K W W WHEN F- if S 1 R. Seppamaki J. Sepura' S. Shackelford C. Shafer "Come on team fight," screams Donna Crowley. And you can bet that with this kind of spirit behind them, the Little Reds don't have to be urged twice to sink two more. ' No Picture yi' is . W mgghgew, We 'Mia i 'tw is 1 5 . .- . W., .- is -. J .QQ .. P. Shaver G. Shearhelm 1 if 5.49 S e 5l.w fi'e5ff -if S . .3351 5 . Y 'A i l! Q. .. 1 L. .Wi h f J-,J-,. Atv if f .55 A G. Shugurs J. Sicard Y gf siis , fi." "xii . , , .4 . iif:.f: y "' i i.1.2:.. VEQXI' L ' . J J L. Sikkengo W. Sikkenga .I - .Wi 121541 ' ' I is .J fd l aikxh fi A .,.r.i'?f.iiii4iii if - 1' ,,,, ,',, isiitiq. 1 . bfi! 1. . ., .gg,.Tl1g1f Via-fi? , ' . L. Simonds L . if . . i . .. 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Stibitz ., 14", .HE i I " ff! i .W 1. 2 at , fi R. Sprutt ' ,, ' V ...ki 'V 1,Su:nlY . . if 9 an ,. -1 ' . me P. Stinson J it ii. A ...ia . . W ' Q ' 6.fs.v41g"Oi J' an 5. J 4 ?f'4??w1i3. .e ..gfm. . - ., .L J -1 , I s , i , va .1 'lk-5. 'ants wwe 2 .',n3.M . , ., .K S. Springsdorf .fe J R. Stockhill G- Sfflcklond N. Strong R. Strudwick 5---fQ...Q.gi.g3-...i..5fQ,.fes,5:z5:..ggv. ffgwgew. www.. .gt 152 ff ,. ,-wrweM2-2.25wa.weigigriiswfeefn 1-.5.-...mgaxrfwuwuwf..2szfaI,ww ..isa.-A4w:fim1wfwlwilvQe+: .iss 5fl?'wfsiawsivfifieriirEwgftfffifi ff? M-slltgZ3:qf!v4 lQLs,13?i:w-gewillyileff ,mp,s!af!wews...W.' rufsireewwfp fig 5,Jiswage.vvi..i1,i:!s..z.ne41w..-gy a'Ml?i'ff!WW1sM :writ 5 M QMS: Qli55?g.fg 5AllefsveMmwvvislklsdngwwflifBal? J- 5'-JfCliffE' B. Swain L. Swolley' Q. Vi 5 ,25 fl 1 I FY' , 0 , l. f init: fr- i R. Szost Q V Q A ' f J eras. ,f.wlx:. ... C. Tarbox W ., " 'YTD ., . f a -'K P4 K X l mw.Q....,. . gel-.. . , I.- li 'f if xc ' K is A 1 S in J. Salem D. 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Zemenich ,j'l,,ff,'i,' A ., Hf1'...,. fifi , up , K il , ,...., ,.,. ill' .'?.-ff1,:ff"' " 'f"f"""'w"' gr: 1, W v I. 5. gffif QQ?-fl f' l H ----- .Q V- 3 9:4 ,.-.sq-.2 . . Q-ij ' i M W, .,,.,, .... , i .,.... . , .. .,, V ,.', V. , W . I iz-.?f3gg5,53h , "-fifilk vixz 4,5 22' 1345 E. gllgi' , KV R. Zimmer 'No Picture H. Zonderman :fax - r ,, " t 5,5 i i s 1- , .sf ' i "M V1.3 .241 ...Qi 59l3!i5fil?,fz,3f 'wif' M. Ziller .Rv Iii 1- xx K fu 4 B. Zuidema informally yours .... and' so it seems if we judge our new team teaching program by the picture above. However, Project X is much more than a series of discussions. It involves lectures, lab experiments, seminars, and a lot of good, hard nfork. Purpose? To better prepare our students or co ege. 247 Advertisements 5 . ,iw f PARIS STUDICDS 703 AMITY AVE., MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN To Our' Friends of Muskegon Senior High School, Congratulations Grads of '62, and a big thank you. Like you, we too are looking toward the future, we are both investing in this great land of ours. You through hard work and education, Paris Studios through newer and better facilities and ways of making photography taylored to fit your needs: in your future wedding plans and in recording the growth of your family. Together then, we can look forward to an ever greater future under the American free-enterprise system. Sincerely yours, PARIS STUDIOS of Muskegon THE NEWEST CONCEPT IN PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Member of: Professional Photographers of Michigan Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers Association Professional Photographers of America, Inc. 250 Your Friendly Photographers From Paris CLEANING UP MUSKEGON l 252 Your graduation from high school records an important step in your growth and development toward a rewarding and satisfying future. Like you, Sealed Power Corporation is looking toward the future. For 5l years, Sealed Power Corporation has earmarked a substantial portion of its earnings for growth through improved facilities and product development. The corpora- tion's new sleeve casting plant, established this year in Muskegon, is an example of this investment in the future. Both of us are investing in the future. You through work and education, and Sealed Power Corporation through investment in research and improved facilities. Together we look with confidence to an even greater future through growth and development under America's free-enterprise system, SEALED POWER CORPCRATICDN Leading Manufacturers of Engine Parts Plants in Muskegon and St. Johns, Michigan, Rochester and LaGrange, Indiana, Stratford, Ontario, and Naucalpen de Juarez, Mexico Marilee Parr, Carla Johnson, and Mary Beth Raye take advantage of the new drive-in bank. Haclcley Union National Bank 81 Trust Company Muskegon-Muskegon Heights-Montague Another Convenient Service Clay Avenue Auto Bank Tom Russell and Barb Pearson look through o book of proofs at Christenson Christenson Stuclio 97 E. Diana Avenue PA 2-6203 253 So much more for so much less- l "Class Portraits of Distinction" Call for Appointment-PA 2-3013 Unusual Corsages Weddings "Your Family Studio" Gifts 1317 Peck Ph ne PA 2-3391 809 Terrace Street - Next Door to Ho l G A S naturally Michigan Consolidated Gas Company Syrian Culture Club These seven handsome young gentlemen have taken it upon them- selves to promote a better understanding of Syrian culture. The organization, founded in September, l96l , has had a busy schedule, raising money and holding cultural meetings. lts members, from left to right, are: first row, Chuck Alstrom, Dave Kyvig, Dan Hislop, and Joe Ellis, top row, Jack Wainwright, Tom Kochin, and Tom Smith. GOOD LUCK -- CLASS OF 1962 YOUR FIRST INVESTMENT Should Be An Insured Savings Account Begin that Savings Account NOW at SAVINGS AND LOAN Q in ::a2:,zer'DN Everything for the office, except machines - chairs, desks, Fire- Files, filing cabinets, indexing systems, loose-leaf and payroll equipment- 4,000 products, each "time-engineered" to help get more done, easier, and in less time. ,, , . ri, Built Like: !lSkyscrapc IE l 4' a 7 ll largest Exclusive Makers of Off' Furniture and Filing Eq 'p nt in the World 255 BEST WISI-IES TO THE CLASS OF 1962 Consumers Power Company Albert J. Galy Real Estate, Inc Dear Graduates . . . Let your head guide your feet into 1124 Peck Street a happy and rewarding path. As your activities widen - more education, a job, . P0 6-4451 etc. - may good Judgment lead you every step of the way. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS YOU FINALLY MADE IT BUT IT'S ONLY THE BEGINNING ........ NEWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY Muskegon, Michigan GREATER MUSKEGON PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ENOCH BECKQUIST LYLE CHRISTENSON STUDIO CONRAD'S COLUMBIA STUDIO CALVIN JOHNSON LEONARD KOOIMAN LIN STUDIO PARIS STUDIO PARKWOOD STUDIO COURNEYE TOURCOTTE 258 Mary Ann Kendrew and Mary Mattila sample Rose Mary Sampson and Phyllis 'Carlisle admire some of the sweets before starting to work. the flower at TCO'-E75 BAKERY ARBOR HORAI. "Flowers For All Occasions" MAIN OFFICE - 636 West Grand Ave -40 Years of Dependable Service- "Where the Goods Things Come From 1222 PECK STREET - PA23-797 The Downtown Branch M The Muskegon Bank mm Trust Company SERVING THOUSANDS . . . . . . ONE AT A TIME for your convenience-4 locations Congratulations from ....... PARSONS Your Store of Famous Brands May your hopes and ambitions be a reality in the years ahead. Bfumfiwiek CORPORATION BueI's Shoes 333 W. Western Phone PA 2-6363 Muskegon, Michigan Cherrie Rollston and Frank Lennie shop for shoes at l Barb Mixer and Karen Nelson are impressed with the new '62 Olds. Maison Olclsmoloile Company 3rd AND MONROE OLDSMOBILE - - CADILLAC "Matson's are making OLDS friends out of new acquaintances" 259 Best Wishes From Elizabeth A. Schuler Donald J. McCarthy Caughey-Schuler-McCarthy Agency 'COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE' 412 Sz 413 Hackley Union' National Bank Bldg. Muskegon, Michigan Economy Hardware and Gift Shop QUALITY HARDWARE AT MODERATE PRICES 2812 Peck Street PE 3-2273 Muskegon Hts., Mich. Just South of Broadway Best Wishes F. R. Johnson Pharmacy 2044 Peck Street Muskegon Hts., Mich. Compliments of Vi and Herm's Cafe 2042. PECK STREET PA 5-5,276 "Once you know, you go to Clarks!" Clark Boot Shop 411 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, Michigan Compliments of- Camera Shop 60 E. Broadway Ave. Muskegon Hts., Mich. PE 3-1286 260 FREEDOM lf liberty is to be saved, it will not be by the doubters, the men of science, or the materialistsg it will be by religious convictions, by the faith of individuals who believe that God wills man to be free but also pure. Henry-Frederic Amiel SWISS 1821-1881 John Woocl Company Voss Hardware Telephone PA 2-6460 2027 PECK STREET MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN Compliments of MacDonalds Drive ln Home of THE ALL AMERICAN MEAL Hamburgs French Fries Milk Shakes Apple at Harvey Sherman at McCracken Record Players Records Sheet Music Beerman's Music House ESTABLISHED 1882 Pianos Band Instruments Organs 262 Delores Groover and Paulo Privocky try out o new Rambler ot DERBY RAMBLER SALES 8i SERVICE Nash, Hudson, and Metropolitan Imports 2922 PECK STREET E 31233 MUSKEGON HTS. p - DANIEl'S For Your Unusual Gift With Best Wishes From .... A. Krautheim 329 W. Western A DIAMONDS SILVERWARE Quality Pictures at a Price You Can Afford Cal Johnson's Camera Shop 81 Studio 503 Catherine Phone PA 2-3986 Wasserman's Flower Shop For A11 Occasions Say it -with Wasscrmazfs Flowers Corsages of all kinds and specialties Regent Theatre Building PA 2-2171 I . e.ss,s , ms Il , - V ,G A1' .?.f , t fl-W in muskegonr michigan IIll lll.2P g gi :-I-w!594'Jm' Rice Bake Shop Wholesale 8- Retail Wedding and Party Cakes mode to your order 807 Terrace Street -1- PA 2-7347 Muskegon, Mich. congratulations seniors manufacturers of quality furniture and equipment for Modern laboratories for teaching and research maintain America's lead in these vital years of it's existence. E. ,..IQfM!ZE.,U....E NT SCHOOLS ART ROOMS SCIENCE ROOMS INDUSTRIAL ART SHOPS MUSIC DEPARTMENTS HOSPITALS LABORATORIES HOMEMAKING ROOMS INDUSTRY METALLU RGICAL LABS FOODS PROCESSING LABS ATOMIC ENERGY LABS PHARMACY LAES. - MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 263 We connot command success but we can do Wmdatt-Pontiac 2001 Peck Street, Muskegon Heights, Michigan Clothing ond MISS Hideaway Shop 201 W. Western PA 2-2815 Congratulations to the Muskegon High School Class of 1962 .................................. from Radium Photo Service "Everything Photographic" 367 W Western PA 4 5252 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF 1962 ANON. Campbell Wyant, 81 Cannon Foundry Company Reg Division of Textron Inc. n Q5 ' ,hifi 4,. .- -5' rg: ggi:- H ' A , 41,1 , ---' ' ?'Y?0' ,jf ' s A 'yr-f". '-E- .4 -f""'s: .Q, Af,-'...-r A '-'Q- -, ? -WIJJM. ,-' J.. 5 vi. . A'g,"'.Q S., A3 ,. ? 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Most Progressive Bank The National lumberman's Bank of Muskegon MEMBER: Federal Reserve System 0 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Sanford at Laketon 223-225 W, Western Ave. Sherman at Wickham Complete Banking and Trust Facilities 265 266 Q I "THE STORE THAT KNOWS YOU" I IW 296 W. Western Ave. n ' MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 8Z7OfgLfZg Phone PA 2-i606 Complete tuxedo rental for all formal functions Dick Knapp and Cherrie Bricker admire a parka. No, its not Mr. America. lt's Jack Wainwright modeling some beach-wear for Janet Silky. HARWOOD-NELSON 373 Western lAKOS RESTAURANT Serving Charcoal Steaks, Chicken, Spareribs, and Seafood" 428 W. Western OPEN 'TIL 1:30 A.M. MORGAN'S JEWELERS Congratulations from ....... Office Supplies, Inc. 887 Terrace St. -:- Muskegon, Michigan "The FORD in your Future" is here now! Fred Knack Ford, Inc. Peck at Sherman :-: PE 3-1361 1755 BEIDLER BT. PHD FD 5 3 34 'pearsonss SHOE STORE THE REAL' EDWARD A. PEARSUN M Footwear for the Family MusKEcal:iN, MICHIGAN Appliances Television Serving Muskegon High Graduates since 1893 House of Chan Gift Shop Chinese-American Restaurant air-conditioned Business Men's Luncheons a Specialty Special Prices on Take-Out Orders 165 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, Michigan Phone PA 8-7100 or PA 2-9201 Steel Fabricating Company Muskegon, Michigari DESIGNERS ENGINEERS FABRICATORS ERECTORS Telephone PA 2-6636 590 W. Southern Ave. 267 268 Free Interior Decorating assistance is available to all homemakers at no ad- ditional charge. Broadway at 5th, Muskegon Heights Bill Saylor and Joyce Reynhout look over some magazines while at VonderveIde's. 6l7fld81fU2ld6,S Furniture 81 Carpet Dana Printing Company SANFORD and HOLBROOK Phone PO 6-4486 Compliments of Michigan Bowling Center 441 W. Western Avenue PA 2-3489 "W e aim to please 'while you aim, too." HoweII's Fashion Fabrics 2542 Peck Street Muskegon Hts. "Where Y ou Get Fashion By The Yard." Dress Fabrics-Patterns-Notions 0 sn! The Volkswagen is the one in black. SENECAL IMPCDRTS INC Volkswagen Sales 8 Service 8th '8z Western Avenue PO 6 5218 M kego Mhg Cherrie Bricker shows Gretchen Heneveld some of the fine figurines at . eeee www' r eff ' ll 'f 'f iuuimnsl' A Iriiimmmumiiillg .gg ,. 1, . iifflllfllllll gm: 1523 fa-' ? EMS l,JIs,Q5E" fill- 1555551 The .POK-a-POUT "Now this one," says Sue Meyer as Tom McShannock looks on. The Square "Mu.skegon'.v Finest Store for Men and Boys" 270 .3 X Jig AM SDI Nj Wx Q5 Jeff N ,B 5 xwfxiy J A MW , fa J O .Lf Ref if A4 JW MMM QM Q Y ' x w ' QF! 7 33 af gf ix' K9 V xx , , XJ , fi p'G,-'z L is pix' 51 QU 5 rj? 5 XLY, X , , of 0 1 , fi fy X V NIV if ,V ' N ,HI DAS 'Ng f IL' 'LC 1 A M l NX WY K aj' C' N V 1 UU 3, v , ff N U N5 A fvf X f NfW,29W gf' Y J V 6 A j K V .545 - 1 0 3 'E If . 1 Q JL X EI? 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Bouwman, Dan - - .. 1 - - Bouwman, Thomas - - - Bouwsma, Kathy .... Bowen, Bill ...... Bowen, James ...... Brand, Jim ......... Brantman, Shirleyonn Brezinski, Donald ..... Brezinski, Judy Ann --- Bricker, Cherrie --- Brillhart, Harry --- Briskorn, Janice -- Brown, Boyd .... Brown, Philip --- Buikema, Dick .... Burrington, Doris - - - Burt, Leonard ..... Bush, Carl .......... Buss, Sue ............ Buttermore, Janice Ellen -- ---- Campbell, Rosoleen ..... -- Carlisle, Phyllis - ..... -- Carlson, Barbara --- - Carlson, James R. -- Carlson, Kay Ilene --- Carlson, Sandra Kay Caviness, Rudolph ..... Christophersen, James R. -- Christiansen, Mary Lou --- Cisler, Carolyn E. ..... Clarke, Patricia --- Clayton, Dennis --- Cleveland, Esther - - - Cole, Stella ...... Cook, James --- Cook, Sharon --- Cooper, Barb --- --------- 70 --------- 70 70, 255, I96 ---------- 70 ------- 70 ----- 70,58 ---------- 70 --- 7Q 36 5l ---- 70,202 ------- 70 ---- 70 --- 70 --- 70 -- 70 --- 7l ---- 7l ------ 7l -- 71, 48 ---------- 7l ----------- 7l --- 71, 53, 55, 57 ---,-------- 7l ------ 71, 57 --- 7L 38,66 ------------- 7l -------------- 7l --------------- 7l -- 7l, 53, 52, 43, 66 -------------- 7l ------ 72 40,46 -------- 72 --- 72 48,46 ---------- 72 ------ 72 51,66 -------------- 72 ---------------- 72 -- 72,36,5O,53,55 -------------- 72 ------------- 72 -- 72 --- 72 1--- 72 ---- 72, 59 -- 72, 196 - ........ 73 111f3if153 -ff3ii'5 R-56f2Qi' 73 52 73 73 73 73 280 --------- 73 73 --------- 73 --------- 73 - 73, 53, l96 -------- 73 ------- 74 74 -32. ------------ , 36 ---------- 74, 5l 74 54 39 1 1 , Ei 63, 66 ----------- 74, 280 74 74 -- 74, 51 ---- 74 ---- 74 -- 74,48 ---- 74 -- 74 -- 75 --------- 75 ---- ....... -- 75 75,36,64,51 ----------- 75 ------- 75 --- 75, 50 Cooper, Harriet Kay Cooper, Sharon --- Cooper, Stanley .... Cory, Dennis .... Courim, Bruce .... Cramer, Jacquelyn - Cunningham, Joyce Curow, Jerry ...... Dalson, Barbara --- Danhof, Charles --- Daniels, J-ill ..... -11'7i -------33- ---- 76, , ------ 76, 46, 57 76, 54, , Davies, Marian --- ...... ---- Davis, James .... Davis, Shirley -- Decker, James --- Defouw, Carol --- Degroot, Cecil .... Dekker, Kathy --- Delong, Jera 1- Demos, Elene 1- Devries, Janice -- Dewitt, David --- Dewitt, Joanne --- Deyoung, Shirley -- Dobb, Jack ..... Dacter, Stan ..... Dobb, Morfaye --- Dobbs, Micheal --- Dolisager, Dave --- Dornbush, Michael - Doubles, George -- Drelles, Charmaine -- Druker, Sandra .... Drust, Francis .... Duna, Barbara -- Duncan, James -- Dursema, John -- Duval, Charles -- Dykema, Bob -- Dykema, Linda -- Dzur, Sandra -- Eages, Susan -- Elliott, Virginia --- Ellis, Joe .......... --- 7 Entsminger, Betty - Eppard, Judy ..... Erickson, Joanne -- Erickson, June --- Erickson Rick .... Erxlebenl, Wayne - - - Essebaggers, Mary - Essebaggers, Richard Farmer, Larry .... Fazakerly, Pam .... Ferguson, Larry --- Fearnley, Sandy --- Fierros, Rudy ..... Finneman, Carolyn - - - Flannery, Dave --- Florence, Judith --- Flowers, Freeman -- Foose, Lincla ..... Franklin, Terry ....... Fredrickson, George Freeman, Wilbur -- Fresby, Sandra .... Freye, Tom --- Garlough, Dee --- Gee, Sondra --- Gereaux, Jerry --- German, William --- Gibner, Barbara --- Gilbert, Jack .... Gill, Robert ...... Gomez, Marilyn --- Gonyo, George --- Goodrich, Gene --- Gorenflo, John --- Gould, Sharon --- Grant, Richard --- Grant, Thomas -- -f1ffff1f11HiQ 76 48 , ,5l, ----- 76, 5l, -1 76 36 1111771 75 75 75 75 75 63 75 75 67 59 66 76 76 76 ---- 76, 53, l96 76 55 67 67 76 67 76 77 50 77 77 77 77 77 77 ------ 77 ---- 77, 66 --- 77,36,5l 77 ------ 77 -- 77, 202 77 --.. 78 78 78 78 78 -- 78, 51, 66 8,255,36,4o 78 78 -- 78, 54, 57 -------- 78 --- 78, 196 ------ 78 78 79 -- 79 ---- 79 ----- 79 ------ 79 -- 79,202 ----- 79 --- 72 79 79 79 79 79 54 79 80 ------ 80 --- 80, 48 ----- 80 ---.. 80 ---..- 80 --- 80, 66 ..---- 80 ----- 80 80 1113521196 ---,-- 80 ----- 80 ---- 80 -- 81 -- 81 ------- 90, Gray, Sandra -- Gray, Larry .... Greene, Bill ...... Greer, Virginia --- Grewe, Pat ..... Grimm, Bill ..... Groover, Delores --- Guibord, Gwynne ..... Gunderman, Judith C. --- ----ffiii ----- 81, 39, , -- 81, 38, 53, 52, 38 81 81 81 81 81 50 ------------- 81 40 48 42 49 81 42 82 Gustafson, Ruth Ann ..... 81, 36, , Haight, Donna ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, Hall, David .... 81, 36, 38, 39, 40, Hall, Sherry .... ,-.,,-,-,,,,,., Hamel, Roger ..... ........... 8 2, 202 Hammond, Dick --- --- 82, 49 Hamstra, Sue --- ----- 82 Hansen, Ron .... .... 8 2 Hansen, Douglas --- -- 82 Hansen, Denny --.---- -- 82 Hansen, Dianne Kay ...-......... 82 Hardy, Darwin ....... ..,...-....-- L 82 Harker, Kathy ...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 8 2 Harris, Rosemary ..., -- 82, 53, 52, 48, 66 Hartman, Christine --- .... 82, 36, 39, 40, 67 Hartman, Linda ...... ,,-,.,,, 8 2, 50, 66 Hafrtwell, Richard L. ,............ 82 Hayes, James ...... ....... 8 2 Helm, Carol ...... ............. 8 3 Helton, Ron ..... .............. 8 3 Hemmick, Pamela --- --- 83, 39, 42, 43, 46 Henderson, Betty --- ...... , ..... -- 83 Henderson, Perry ..... ............. 8 3 Hendrickson, Doreen .......... 83 Heneveld, Gretchen --- --- 83, 51, 67 Henry, Jack ........ .,.....,. 8 3 Herbert, Ruth .... --- -- 83 Herlein, Steve --- --- 83 Hewitt, Larry --- -- 83 Hill, Whayne --- --,,,, -, 83 Hilt, Bruce .... .......... 8 3 Hislop, Carol -- --- 83, 36, 40 l-lislop, Dan --- --- 83, 255 Hixon, Larry .... --- 84, 46 Hlodan, Patricia -- --- 84, 36 Hoaglund, Dave ..- Hodges, Pat ...... Hoekenga, Daniel - - - Hoeker, James .... Hollander, Richard -- Holloway, John ..... Holloway, Virginia -- Holman, Karen ...... Holmberg, William --- Holmgren, Hed .... Hamer, Lee ...... Homfeld, Shirley -- Hopmo, Byron --- Hosko, Lynn -- Hosler, Cleo .... Houck, Stanley --- Houghton, Judy --- Howell, Carl .... Huff, Carol --- Hughey, Jean --- Humy, Walter --- lmbault, Jim .... Jackson, Charles -- Jensen, Barb .... Jensen, David --- Johnson Carla -- Johnson Dale --- Johnson Don ..... Johnson Gerald --- Johnson Karen --- Johnson, Pat .... Johnson, Rodney --- Johnson, Rosalyn -- Johnson, Susan .... Johnson, Wanda -- Jones, Betty .... Jonio, Carol --- 274 ----- 84 ----- 84 196 -- 84, -- '84, 46 '--- 84, 48 ------- 84 -------- 84 ---------- 84 -- -84, 36, 30 -------- 4 ----------- 84 ------------- 84 --- 84 48,53,196 ------------ 85 ----------- 85 --------- 85 -Q1fEEi-56f?5ii II51III5IQ'85, -- 85 38,53, -Q11111'Eii --- 85 51, 36 46 85 53 85 50 52 85 58 66 --- 85, , 48 -------- 85 --- 86 46 ----- 86 ---- 86 -- 86 ------- 86 --------- 86 --- 86,64,48 -------- 86 86 86 -- 86 Joppie, Suandra --- Jorgeson, James --- Jury, Marian ..... Kahlo, Jack ...... Karnitz, Mike .... Kempton, Marilyn - Kendrew, Mary Ann Kennedy, Kathleen - Keur, Bill ........ Kidd, Robert .... Kiett, Darleen --- Kieft, Julia .... Kiett, Ken ...... Kienki, Cheryl --- King, John ..... Kingma, Magda --- Kinney, Jim ..... Kinney, Ronny .... Kissel, Daniel ..... Klecka, Barbara Ann Klemp, Barbara .... Klont, Dennis --- Knight, David ..... Knudson, Robert --- Kochin, Torn .... Kodish, Bab .... Koehl, Philip -- Kclekamp, Ann -- Koning, Nick --- Kooiman, Bill -- Kroft, Tim P, .... Kramer, James --- Kramer, Karen .... Krause, Sherwood -- Kreifeldt, Kathy --- Krizan, Jerry .... Kroll, Roger .... Krueger, Christie -- Kuehneman, Bob -- Kuiper, Carole ------ Kurtzwell, June -- Kyvig, Dave .... Lack, Linda .... Langan, Mary -- Langeland, Sue --- Lans, Eric ....... Larr, James ...... Lathrop, Mary Lou --- '86 --- 86 --- 86 ---- 87 ----- 87 ------ 87 ------- 87, 51 ------------ 87 --- 87, 48, 58, 196 ------------ 87 --------- 87 ----------- 87 ------------ 87 --- 87,53,52,40 ---------- 87 --------- 87 --- 87,46 ------ 87 -------- 88 --- 88,51,67 --- 88,51,67 - ...... 88 ------ 88 ---- 88, 46 --- 88, 255 88 88 88,38,53,52,4i --------------- 88, --- 88 fff'89f ---ff ------ fflii 67 46 53 88 88 55 --- 89, 43 89 89 89 89 89 50 89 fff-89f255fERQYii'280 ----------------- 89 ""'11Q789fEif 89 66 --- -.--- 89, 48 90 90 66 Lawerence, Betty --- ---------- 90, 36, 53, 52, Lowsen, Judy .... 36, 52, 40, 56, 67, 280 Lederer, Judy -.-.- --.--,,-,-.,.-.-,--,, 9 0 Leffring, Patricia -- ...,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Legatz, Joseph --- Lehman, Carol --- Lennie, Frank --- Lenting, Nancy -- Letarte, Michael --- Levin, Marcia ..... Lewis, Linda Jean - Lewis, Marjorie .... Linderman, James --- Lindgrin, James .... Lindsay, Pat A. -- Lindsay, Priscilla -- Londan, Rose -.-. Luci, Douglas .... Luker, Michael -... Lundeen, Raymond -- Lynn, Beryl ........ Mackenzie, Patrick - Macphee, Jerry .... Mcclung, Nina --- Mcclure, Tom -.... Mcdonald, Jennifer - - - Mckinnon, Sharon - - Mccmillon, June --- Mcmillon, Lois ....- Mcnair, Lawrence --- Mcpherson, Dennis - Mcshannock, Tom - - - Major, Donna -.... -- 90, 54, 42, -------- 90 ------- 90 --1'90fEii 90 43 50 54 90 90 52 90 90 46 --- 91, 58, 196 --------- 91 -- 91, 46, 55 -------- 91 ------ 91 --- 91 ------ 91 --- 91, 50 ----- 91 --- 91 - --- 91 -------------- 91 --------------- 91 -- 91,53,43,59,63 ---------- 92 58 --------- 92,50 --------- 92 ----------- 92 --- 92, 53, 196 --,. --.... 92 Marek, Janis .... Margret, Marsha -- Margret, Marshall --- Martin, Beatrice --- Martinez, Aaron -- Martinez, Gloria -- Martinez, Virginia Matfolk, John ...... Matteson, Michael Matthews, Mary -- Mattilo, Mary --- Mattson, Brian -- Mayette, Alan --- 92, 36, 53, 48, 51 92,55 - 92, 196 92, 50 ----- 92,53 92 92, 64, 46 92 92 93, 38, 66 -- 93, 56, 280 -------- 93 - ................. 93 Meengs, Phillip --- .............. 93, 196 Merriman, Peggy - - .............. ...... 9 3 Meyer, Sue ....... --- 93, 38, 51, 56, 67, 280 Meyers, Kathleen -- ............... 93, 63 Mikos, Ruth ..... .................. 9 3 Mills, Bill ....... .... 9 3 Mills, Tom ...... ....... 9 3 Minniefield, Jerdine ........ 93 Mitchell, Bettie .... .-...,..... 9 3, 50, 63 Mitchell, Mary --- ............... 93, 63 Mixer, Barbara .... -- 93, 38, 51, 56, 67, 280 Montague, Paul --- ............... -- 94 Moore, Patricia - - - Moore, Sam ..... Moran, Ron ..... Morley, Martha -- Morley, Robert -- Morrow, Patricia -- Morse, Patricia -- Muller, Roger --- Muller, Ronald --- Mundt, Bernard -- Mundt, Charles --- Munson, Marilyn -- Musk, William --- Muskovin, Marshall Near, Marie ..,.. Nelson, Cheryl --- Nelson, Diana --- Nelson, Janice --- Nelson, Karen --.. Nelson, Paulette -- Newman, Nancy -- Noordhof, Beverly --- Norton, Evelyn .... Ochs, David ....... O'Connell, Sandra --- Ohs, Thomas ..... Olsen, Theodore --- Olson, Brian ..... Ortquist, Sharon -- Osborn, Pat ..... Paige, Jon .... Panuicki, Judy --- Parr, Marilee ..... Pascavage, Louise --- Patterson, Retho -- Parka, John ..... Payne, Gerald .... Pearson, Barbara --- ---- Pearson, Wayne -- Pendell, James -- Pendock, James --- Peters, Sharon ..... Peterson, Elizabeth --- Pickel, Carole ........ Pickel, Michael ........ Pierce, Melvin ..... ,, .... Pike, Philip .... - Pitcher, Jack -- Plekes, J6hn .... Pletcher, Robert -- ---- Poe, Marshall .... Poffinbarger, Ruth Poll, Joan ...... Pontius, Karen ..-- Poort, Larry .... 94 ---- 94 94 ------ 94, 46 -- 94, 46, 196 94 -- 94 - .'.'.'.'.' -9-41 ----r------ ffI'95,'64f 94 94 94 48 94 - - - 4 ...... - 94 94 95 95 66 95 95, 43, 66, 280 95, 52, 51 67 95, 36, 51, 1 -------,--- ------- 95, ffff'95, ',','f'9-61 -11'96f 369 67 95 67 95 95 95 53 - - .. - - 96 96 55 96 96 54 96 96 96 96, 38 96, 43, 56, 66, 280 96 54 ---------- 96, ---- 97, 96 97, 36, 48 66 97, 67 -- 97, 196 97 97 -- 97 ---. .... 97 --------- 97 --- 97, 36, 48 -------- 97 -- 97 -- 97 --- 97 Poort, Leo ..... Porkka, Charles -- Postema, Morva -- Potter, Charles .... Powers, David --- Pressentin, Elsa --- Privacky, Paula --- Radell, Brian --- Ramirez, Mary --- Reberg, Alan --- Reed, William --- Reed, Pat ...... Reilly, Susan ...... Reyes, Margaret --- Reynhout, Joyce -- Reynolds, Flora -- Rhodea, Edward -- Riekels, Bruce --- Rillema, Larry .... Ringelberg, Daryl --- Robbins, Dennis --- Robinson, Ondra --- Rogers, James ..... Rollins, 'Roycene --- Rollston, Cheryl .... Romanosky, Tom --- Rork, Margaret -- Rothoff, Greg -- Russell, Tom ...... Ruthkaski, Terry .... Sampson, Rose Mary --- Samuels, Wanda ..... Sanborn, Linda ....... Sanborn, Robert ........ Sandberg, Kim .... Sandford, Carole --- Sapp, Bill ,...... Saylor, Bill ..... Schalk, Carole --- Schanzlin, Carole -- Schormer, Fred .... Schaub, Jeanette -T- Schimke, Jean ..... Schmuker, Dennis .... Schneider, Barbara --- Schoanbeck, Carol --- Schreiber, Mildred --- Schroeder, Roy ..... Schuitema, Jack --- Seppamaki, John --- Sevrey, Robert --- Shafer, Thomas -- Sharlow, Jerry --- Shoup, Jean .... Shriver, Marcia --- Sietsema, David -- Sikkenga, James --- Silky, Janet ...... .- Silverman, Barbara ---' Simmons, Kenneth --- Simonson, Carl .... Six, Sally ....... Skocpol, Keena --- Skok, Kathleen .... Slamkawski, Sharon -- Slattery, Susan ...... Slicker, Jerry .... Slocum, Lorraine --- Smedes, Ruthann --- Smith, Gary ..... Smith, Gerald ..... Smith, Joanne ...... Smith, Samella -- ..... Smith, George Thomas Snarski, John ......... Sobotta, Fredric ..... Souser, Wayne --- South, Bruce --- Spier, Fred --- Spiro, Bill ..... Spring, Helen --- --- 97, --- 98, """""""'-'57 52 51 , 64, 1 , 98, 53, 52, 57, S:-95 IIT99, ------ 99, 99, 64, 57, ------- 99, 36 53 98 98 98 66 66 98 98 98 ----- 98 98 54 98 98 48 99 39 39 99 66 59 36 --------- 99, 99 99 38 56 280 ----Q--l- 99, 67 ----------- 99 99 99 99, 54, 56, 280 ,----------- 99 -- 100 56 280 100, 48 -- 100 -------- 100, 46 ,-,,- ------,-s. -- 100 100, 3 , 49, 67 -----,,,- 100 ----------1OO ----- 100, 51 -- 100, 46, 66 ---..--- 100 ' ' ' -1-0-1 ------ 1 100 100 ---- 100 101 64 101 -- -- 101 ---- ---- 101 -- 101, 48 ---- 101 -- 101 -- 101 -- 101 -- 101 ------- 101 ------ 101 67 51 -51 --,101, , ----- 101, ------- 102 --- 102, 46 ----- 102 - ....... 102 102 55 ---, ..... 102 -- 102,36 ---- 102 -- 102 -- 102 -- 102 102 102 ---------- 102 T- 102, 255, 40 103 103 -- 103 -- 103 ------- 103 ---------103 --- 103, 53, 52 275 276 St. Amour, Fredly .... Stapel, Donna .... Stapel, Dale ..... Stenholm, Fred -- Stewart, Martin .... Stewart, Michael -- Stone, Alan .... Stone, Rodney --- Storm, Alan ..... Storms, Susan ..... Strait, Rosealie ...... Strickland, Patricia --- Sumner, Sally ..... Stovern, Marilyn - Sustaita, Norma -- Sutton, Gail ...... Swanson, Harold - - - Sweet, Richard --- Sweet, Steve --- Tandy, Marie --- Tarcly, Randy --c Taylor, Karen .... Tennant, Jackie ..... Terpenning, Leon ..... Terpenning, Walter --- Theis, Nancy ....... Thomas, Carolyn -- Thompson, Janet -- Thompson, Larry -- Thompson, Sandra --- Thompson, William --- Tierman, Douglas --- Tiller, Karen ...... Tiller, Sharon --- Toben, John ..... Tool, Annette .... Tap, Patricia .... Tourcotte, Kay .... Tourre, Richard --- Town, George .... Trebilcock, Paul --- Trujillo, Timmy -- Tyler, Jayne --- Tyrrell, Kathy --- Ullmer, Joan ..... Underwood, Daisy --- Valk, Marleen ...... Vancamp, Juanita --- Vanderbeek, Ruth ..... Vandermeulen, Anita Vandermolen, Paul --- Vanderplow, Allen ..... Vanderwest, Donald --- Vandervest, James --- Vanduren, Sarah --- Vandyke, Marcia --- Vandyke, Terry -- --- 103, 50 ----- 103 103 103 ---- 103 --- 103 - -, --- 103 ------------------- 103 -------------------- 104 ---104,36,39,4o,42,43 ------------------- 104 --------,----- 104,50 ----- 104 ------ 104 -------- 104 --------- 104 ---104,36,46 ---- 104,202 ------ 104 --- 104, 51 ---- 104 -,- 104 --- --- 105 ------ ----- 105 - ..... ...... 105 --- 105,55 ----- 105 --- 105 ----- 105 ------ 105 --105,196 --- 105, 46 ----- 105 --------------- 105 ---,------------------ 105 -------105,64,38,53,52,48 --------------------- 105,55 106,3B,36,53,52,39,4OHgg 106 --- 106 --- 106 --- 106 --- 106 ----- 106 ------ 106,58 -------- 106,67 --- 106,36,40,51 ---- 106,51,67 ------ 106,46 ------ 106 4 ..... 107, 38 ----------- 107 -------------107 ---107,53,52,57 -------- 107,66 ---------- 107 Vanetten, Marilynn --- Vanhees, Frank ...... Vanregenmorter, Richard Vanwyck, David ...... Veitenheimer, Roxanne --- Veldman, Jerry ....... Veltman, Richard .... Verschueren, Clifford .... Viereck, Clayton ..... Viro, Olaf ......... Visscher, Carol ..... Vledder, Marjorie --- Voss, Michael .... Waddell, Bill ..... Wagner, Paul ...... Wainwright, Jack --- Walters, Sandra -- Ward, Eva ..... Ward, Larry .... Wardell, Dianne -- Way, Jim ....... Wayer, Makelynn - Webster, David --- Weiner, Loretta --- Welch, Daye --- Werley, Terry .... West, Susan ....... Westfield, Darrel --- Wheaton, Marvin ., .... Whisenant, Peg --.,.-- White, Susan Kay ...... Wiard, Carmen ...... Wibalda, Anne Lisa -- Wiblada, Leo ...... Wick, Carl ..,... Wiersma, Karel --- Wiese, Pauline --- Wilde, Judy ...... Wilde, William --- Wilder, Charles --.. Wildie, Sidney .... Wilkins, Nancy --- ------ Williams, Harry --- -- Williams, Roger -- .... -- Wilson, Jerry ...... Winchel, Marylee .... -- 107 --,107 T-- 107 ---- 107 -. 107,66 ---- 107 -- 107 --- 107 -- 107 --- 108 ------ 108 ------- 108 108 --:::::-iii-39,40 ------------ 108,59 -- 108,25s,2o2,280 ------------- 108 ----- 108, 58, 55 ---- 108,46 ------ 108 108 108 -, ........ 108 ------------ 109 ,,,,--------- 109 --109,48,53,196 ----- 109,46,63 -------..-- 109 ---- 109, 48 ---- 109 --- 109 ---Q 109 -- 109, 36 -- 109, 66 ---- 109 ----- 109 -- 109, 50 ---.. 109 ------ 110 -- 110, 48 ..---- 110 -- 110, 64 ---- 110 -- 110 ----- 110 ------- 110 Witham, Michael Allen -- -- 110, 36, 53 Witt, Darlene ........ Wolf, Judy ........ Woodrum, Glenn --.. Workman, Cheryl --- Wright, Duane .... Wright, Joseph --- Wright, Patricia --- Yemc, Vance ....... Yonkman, Judith .... Zukiewicz, George -..- ------- 110, 67 --- --- 110, 36, 51 ----U -------- 110 ----..-- 110 -.. 110, 57 ----,-,,,.,,,- 110 ---------- 111, 64 ,,---,---------111 36 48 51 67 1 1 1 ,,,,,,,,-,.---111 277 278 IN CONCLUSION We, the staff of the l962 SAID AND DONE, sincerely hope that as you leaf through the pages of this book, you will glimpse, not only at the major activi- ties and hi-Iites of the l96l-62 school year, but will also capture a little of the "SPIRIT" of MHS, which we have tried to portray. For their assistance and co-operation, we wish to thank: Mr. Brown of COLUMBIA STUDIO Mr. Christenson of CHRISTENSON STU- DIO Mr. Franz and Mr. Elema of PARIS STU- DIO Mr. Richard Warren, Superintendent of Schools Mr. Murel G. Burdick, Principal Mrs. Alice M. Kyes, Assistant Principal Mr. Paul Baldwin, MHS Football Coach The Faculty and Administration of MHS The Muskegon Chronicle Jack Wainwright, school photographer Sct Zeller, school photographer Elsa Presentin, copy assistance Parla Privacky, copy assistance and all others who contibuted in the making of this book. SAID AND DONE 1962 STAFF Editor-in-Chief Copy Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Cove Messenger Section Editors Art and Photography Editor Staff Phyllis Carlisle Gretchen Henveld Rosemary Sampson Karen Nelson Copy Assistance Advisor Sue Meyer Barbara Mixer Cherrie Bricker Roycene Rollins Dennis Goggins Mary Mattila Dave Kyvig Dave Hamm Barb Carr Mary Meier Barbara Pearson Stuart Nixon Tom Russell Judy Lawson Paula Pricacky Elsa Pressentin Robert C. Skelley 279 I md, ' Z ' '5 N ms? C35 as XZAQQZZ ' Y" ii C ,W ,1 , J ,zz 74' ff 5424, ! ki rfb '2,-LQEEJ Ev 5351? RSE. 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