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

 - Class of 1967

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ADVERTISING. 4 8 32 64 108 138 172 2OO 216 220 F X QiI' IB'fH I -f' i?,.Jf5I , - In L V .1 fy ,f,'Vg.hg I I Q 455' +I . J' " fi Yi.. 'SE Q -A . A C 4 I I . 5523 III " 5 f 'PQI ,, , A ' ,r , 'I . ICQQFQ ' I I I 21 '- ' fv - 1. I I Wk ,fun If 'I I I ami ni' 1 Q K 5,53 fa? 3 ISL 1 an if 522 gy 5 e,Q2fii?i,i5Qbff . i .Pw:,f:, ': 'fn wi 2 " 7 l im i ,, I 1. . ,,,. . . E i THE 1967 SAIDXDCINE STAFF PRESENTS. STEPS LIP TCI EDUCATION DEDICATED TD Nl R. TRAUTNIIVIAN lVlr, Trautinan waters his plants in l22 Since 1929, lVlr. Winthrop Trautman has been teaching Biology here at Nl.H.S. Born in Buffalo, New York, lVlr. Trautman attended the University of Michigan and also went to graduate school there. When he's not in his lab, studying the different kinds of flora and fauna, lVlr. Trautman enjoys cooking and drawing. At the present time he is working on a "collage," lVlr. Trautman is retiring this year, and all of his Biology students have certainly benefited frorn his teachings. We all say farewell to a great edu- cator, person, and one of the best friends lVl.H.S. has ever had. lVlr. Trautman with Susie his prize pupil PSALM OF LIFE by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time, Footprints, that perhaps another, Sailing o'er life's solemn main, A torlorned and shipwrecked brother Seeing, shall take heart again. Let us then, be up and doing, With a heart for any fate, Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to labor, and to wait. r""l. I FACLI LTY The Board of Education members from left to right are: lstandingl Ray- mond Carlson, H. Vll. Hathaway, Nancy Farmer, John Carlson, Walter lVloess- ner, lseatedl George Hansen, William Austin, Frank DeYoe, and Ralph lllluller. BEARD CIF EDLJCATICIN The students of IVIHS along with the Said and Done staff would like to express their apprecia- tion to the Board of Education for the excellent job they have done in acting as a government body to our school district. Their efficiency in managing the problems which arise keeps our school running smoothly. RELAXATIUN7 , 'Mmgrgezsarf lg , l' Students sometimes have the attitude that the teacher can do the learn- ing for them. Uur school is fortunate in having a dedicated and inspired faculty who open many doors to higher education. However, the best teacher can only make it easier for the student to learn by his own per- sistent efforts. Ability alone is not a guarantee of success. Without the incentive and drive a student may fall behind others, less gifted perhaps, but full of determination to carry through and to succeed. The availability of scholarships for deserving students makes higher education open to all who really want to work to get ahead. Mr Mural G Burdick Principal ADIVIINISTRATDRS ., .... VJKV e. S 5 Scaling a mountain top is an adventure fought with challenge and danger. No one who reaches the highest peak thinks the jour- ney was easy, nevertheless the rewards are many and the view from the top well worth the sacrifices the climber had to make. lt is the same with education. Of the millions who start the upward climb, many stop along the way and are content to settle down on one of the lower plateaus. But added satisfaction comes with each new level attained. Those who overcome all obstacles and persist to the very top experience the thrill of successfully meeting every challenge alongsthe way. And they say the view from up there is magnificent! Alice Kyes, Assistant Principal Curiosity, persistence, determination, and discipline-possibly not in that order-certainly must find places in the steps to an education and above all be true to thine self. John W. Toppen, Coordinator of Distributed Education CIFFICIE CLERKS 2- 'Q' -' 5 ' r 1 .. ,f -- -4 he ' arcs... ' fIirlf,f--T7?ifE!9l'i' "il EL- Sk' '135fi5Ek:itW'?i9iiffl1 Pr -fr-r,':wrrffrffsHf?' 1 rv Q , g ,, , Qgws, Q . , L , . f . f , 5152 F' " fi! 4.Y2iMir 1. 'f ,x e., lm., -"J for,:iz.f..fH! 2132. figrir. wr 6 -ole gi . Q P K Q K 1,2 nj r., Pr, es X. , Q' r rr, 1 f 'PN c 5. 0 rjwigxr , c 4 Qs k 13 if are 2 Q2 M4 5 ,p' 1 km, if 'Se 4 rw Nelson, M., Registrar and Bartscht, J., Main Uflice Clerk . Comstock, E., Bookstore Manager Haglund, lVl., Counseling Clerk --::c'rEifr1iwSszgfQEi -K lliliiirraiesrrlfsiirlz. Eoin lserrfer25sr?5i?55Ef gr ilssmleramgcv 51Ssrm4gsr:rrr:c-etskwc isi fsfrrff 'A ales . ' neges:fifisrizimrrllfggr we iiwillcps1'vAff4!.f?ma7gsPf ff", meals' '51grrv:ffJQ?frfg29'5'brgQ'.fs A if e-"' V , , J . K - ggr,,5rg5fgf'Q.g.sg ffgrgg Q If H .11 ,,,i,,z,, rw . , 4 , 51 ' ' iifffri i l-- .. - . ' ' ' V 1 -'41-Q " '- . rg .94 mr.- .l'?i'i'l?9" eeri e -, r M Anderson, D., Band Uflice Clerk Craig, J., Attendance Office Clerk Urbina, B., Team Teaching Office Clerk Soderstrom, L., Audio-Visual Secretary Braeckeveldt, J., Vocational Education Clerk 'Vl Albef? D- Barber T. Beiacz Muskegon Community College Concordia University University of Wisconsin University of Michigan Ohio University D. Benoit Northern Michigan University University of Michigan M .. r ENGLISH The most important language to Americans is English. English is bas- ically a Germatic language, although it includes words from each of the major languages. The variety of ways to express oneself aids the writers ability to describe people, problems, and joys. The goal of the English teacher is to help others understand and use the English language. M. Briscoe University of Wisconsin ...T H ,. .,. I ',.r E ftp i'..Xr 5 Q 'f' ,ss.s :rf ii I M. Dekker K. Dunsmore H, Dykema Western Michigan University Southern llliI10iS Uf1iV9fSi1V Eastern Michigan University University of Michigan g l C. Gudelsky M. Hall R, Ritter Eastern Michigan University University uf Michigan Western University E. Schuler I L. Silky D. Snyder University UT WISCONSIN Michigan State University Western Michigan University tt,i ttii,tit U ir In -'f e-----"' H. Weaver Adrian College H. Burdick Speech Albion College University of Michigan B. McFerren French Michigan State University F. Poling Speech, Fladio!TV Eastern Michigan University SPEECH Speech is a form of seIf-expres- sion. its importance ranges far beyond theatre and classroom. .Q .ct .... i'ii ., 4 ,VV M. Rice Speech, Dramatics University of lowa . I .... .. . . A va t,,. f , - ' - .f it .s,,. ,S . .g -'wif :' ri -fi tam. , W, ,,.. . .. .. ,M 7- el -5 6:59 it f 1 , .,::: I ......,,,g V ...V . 'V lii" til . ,,,. , . ,ky, A ' ' W ffr.rf..w.... .- ,,. x , ,S t . r Q NW -9 ft, wid e rlijw ' Q Mi. ,R ,,,, nxt... .tt v 'asf , . ,.,. ,. ,,,,, , ,.. . .. ., .... r 1 hav e frwiv -er., --1. . .. I .,,, , -W.,,h. M .. - L if 1 w if 2 Hr l of 2 Q33 Q ff That's NOT in the script! -,t, 1.41 . I .xr ,,,,t , rrgt ,. . ,. is ,,,, .ggftrcg yf,Q,a.,.gs ,,,, .csv A . . ..., fvg T T it .. . tl l ' C I A N G G A Q e .. i," U A E T The study of the language ot a ' .g . . i i"'-' f --hi I fe f0l9lQll CUUTTUY QIVBS UDB 3 bettel' -Lh - ,1 t'. understanding ot his own language. . llve leyly The teacher instructs his student in f ...yy y rr.. F v.t..s.igs S ,ff 1 - - - - ggttec l T DTOITUITCIHIIOH and IHTETDIQIGIIOH. yyle. lite 1it-' f ff 'e,' -F .. . . f .gkr . :R ' 16 M. Helvie Spanish University of Illinois F. Tool French University of Colorado Radcliffe College J. Kilgren Art Western Michigan University Music in its many variations has become one ot the worlds' favorite forms of entertainment. Music is in the heart and mind, but it must be expressed through learned techniques. ART No matter what language a person speaks he can interpret a feeling by expressing it in his works. An art teacher's goal is to stimulate the creativity of the individual. Kilgren on the job. C. Bierregaard E, Pggl Band . l Acapella, Girls Choir, Western Michigan University Beginning gnnin Nladfigals lVliChiQ8fi State University of Michigan Ii: ' One, two, three,-four?'? MUSIC 1 W. Stansell Orchestra Michigan State University Purdue University SCIENCE Science and math are the base of future knowledge. Together they can destroy or revolutionize the world. Through the guidance I of these teachers many young individuals will l reach success in this scientific age. Can I play with them now? R. Knight Science University of Wyoming R. Bauer D. Tool U. Rodewald Chemistry Chemistry Physics, Algrebra University of Notre Dame University of Nebraska Stout Institute University of Michigan University of Iowa s . . .te ...Wir 1 .er f .Q-w:".es1W ':f,zY7fKQ1W9t1'fE , ,..,, ., to , c. ,, Q .. my I.. ra., 'X , .-1-umm,-.-3',X wo1,asemo.Qo::wff fi6Ka-QIQKIYZ-e:t:s2t1'f.zujmoffzif 1 , f I.ff-:f,er,fi:ef4f,,tr-r.It ' I . 1-ttf. fre- fs ffl- I 1 -I 1.1.5-as-W , .,:f,, ,P I . . e I sst, S I rrrr I r-rs f er- - - .,,, . I L -, f' . ' - I .-.i.3:':pg-1 Q . gmhwyf veg-,Im of KY who , 75.5 Q, V . .zfielhfrr ' " "K I ",' e 1 It I J. Gort R, Peterson W. Trautman BIUIOQV Brglggy University of Michigan H099 College Western Illinois University M. Deyoe Math, Algebra University of Michigan E. Henrikson Math!Special Education Western Michigan University University of Michigan T. Johnson Algebra William 81 Mary College University of Michigan D. Mooney Math iowa State N. Volz Math, Geom. Western Michigan University IVIATI-I l P. Uaks Alg.-Trg., Math University of Michigan MY GRUUP HAD QBWU FEWER CAVATIES. N. Roelofs Geometry Hope College, Andrews College University of Michigan Western Michigan University A. Wright Geom., Adv. Alg. University of Michigan W. Paulson J. Trump R. Vanderwler Am. History Sr. Social Studies Sr' Soma' Studies Sf- Soda' Studies Univefsifv of Michigan Western Michigan University University of Michigan SOCIAL STUDIES Social Studies Through the teachings ofthe Social Studies Faculty, students are given a better understanding of the eco- nomic and social problems of this era. D. Zierath You-ah didn't know we had a Soc Sr. Social Studies library! Iowa State J. VanPelt lt's all coming back to me now. Sr Soma' Studies Western Michigan University J. Curnalia Am. History Olivet College Cornell University J. Harris Am. History Adrian College Michigan State University G. Russher Am. History University of Michigan B. Comin J. Gibner Social Studies Civics C0l0fHd0 State CUHGQS University of Michigan I-IISTCIRY The foundation of todays' society is buried deep in the sands of the past. Through the study of History, persons become better acquainted with the problems ofthe future. E. Pihlstrom Am. History University of Minnesota L. Schiller J. Tazelaar Am. History History Western Michigan University University of Michigan INDUSTRIAL ARTS In the Industrial Arts courses stu- dents are given the opportunity to use their talent of working with their hands. The guidance of instructors helps students turn out many near- masterpieces. ' ' ' ' X ,fsmfiystkeitmrfffsfi- ' . of -. z134wggg,gfy:1,r's wi swgsg, figiilirszil ' ', 'amgtbgfkgirveiiif r.t , ,szzt .., ,....y,t...,.,..iiitet . ttf r.......r,.., age, 'sz :Yu fail' ' V im ' ' 1 -Diff:-fgfir Y 7..r,f'f:w,.. aa- x fcifyrgnqtumz is 'fwff ..: 'Ii' 1' rs: 1 .v11's'i':lf1 . ., .41 wigitlg fri.. ' "" . -. I A i1i.,.g', , wt 'EL jig ' . .1 fu wx, ggglgi -,1 , , Q w if 11' ...gg jw g 9 ' - jizgrz rg i . J 7 'LN 'QS kfff3il5i- il? i W Quiz? ss-2.125 ist ' 1 - ' i 3'::.:'.: , .f- 's :f 5 r. . if '-'g,g.a5csz:js:5..t:e3i:g.,:: aft: 'f . H. Bolts J. Coffin Technical drawing Cabinet Making Western NliChlQ3H UIUVBVSUV Western Michigan University R. Cornish Drafting Western Michigan University F. Hansen S. Krause Electricity-Electronics Machine Shop University of Illinois Eastern Michigan University University ol Michigan I will not get in, and you ca make me! n'r J. Packard Drafting Western Michigan University R. Sheathelm Pflnllng . . SURE! I LOVE HAVING IIIIY PICTURE TAKEN. Western Michigan University .III 23795555 I S II, .. I . " ,IEI IIE - I"' -' 1 '-- i'r S II D. SovaC00l. lvl. Strazanac Iyr, winger Power Mechanics Welding 8. Foundry Arts gl Crafts IVIUSKHQUH C0mmUn'tV College W9Sf9fH IVUCHIQHH UUIVBFSIW Pennsylvania State University Western Michigan University S. Norvilitis Special Education Illinois State Universitv SPECIAL EDUCATICIN In the Special Education Program, a student is allowed to develop his mind to the best of his ability. He competes only with himself and is en- couraged to work at his own speed. The business world demands much of employees. The purpose ot the business teacher is to teach students the required techniques ot general office procedure and machines. in M'iMiV'0Se C Cl NI Nl E R C I A L AH' HUM' VDIHQ Indiana State College l W. Curtis A. Gilsdort Dist. Ed. Coor. Bookkeeping Retailing!Sales University of Michigan Iowa State College University of Wisconsin L. Matthews L. Monette Bookkeeping Dist. Ed. Coor. Ferris State University Retailing!Sales Western Michigan University B. Cornish Typing, Short-hand Central Michigan University J. Jensen Typing, Short-hand Western Michigan University M. Mulready M. Nielsen Typing Typing University of Toledo University of Wisconsin Western Michigan University TEACHERS NUT PICTURED. J. Ryan English Nl. Sutton Latin T. Coburn Math E. Nisper Math K. Rolfe Math G. Russcher History E. Hager Counselor K. McShannock Phys. Ed. F. Franczek Coordinator B. Winslow T 8t I Coordinator F. Gerard T Si l Coordinator G. Wiegerink Dir. Voc. Ed. D. Walvoord Coordinator FAMILY SAY vouns A time CAMERA suv, BuERlviArvi R E I- I D N tg.: ia if E'-'E f -E-' AA-r"l- -i.1 Q ii x ' , V Ezjl-it R- IHQHHS B. Buerman Family Relations!Home Ec. Family Relations Hillsdale College St. Cloud State College University of MiChlQ3H Mankato State College The course of Family Relations pro- vides for a better understanding of the emotional and mental problems of individuals. Students learn howto react to these persons who are in need of help and in some cases be of some help to these people. They learn most of all how to deal with their own problems. Nl. Elliot S. Kienke Uotiedt Librarian Library Clerk Library Clerk Albion College University of Michigan Initiation of Clerks LIBRARY Books are an important source of reference. To be of any use, books and other reference materials must be kept in order. This task is left to the librarian. The librarian also instructs students on correct library usage. AUDIIII-VISUAL .P-Hamm Library Clerk L. Meisch Illustrator for V. A. Department R. Stickle Instructional Materials Service Beloit College Michigan State University R. Chiaverini Physical Education Western Michigan University T. McShannock Physical Education Michigan State University PHYSICAL EDLICATICIN With the help of the Physical Education Department students are taught to strengthen their bodies as well as their minds. Physical fitness has proved to be of great importance. MHS can be proud of its success in sports and competition. 44 . L. Ritter Physical Education Western Michigan University R K I ht . mg General Science University of Wyoming Preparing students for their future occupations, counseling them in everyday activities, as well as scheduling classes, keep our counselors busy. Counselor Western lVlichigan University wmv . 7 Mm K . 1 CCILINSELCIRS J. Dorris F. Fisher Counselor Counselor Upsala College Western llllichigan University Montclair State Teachers College University ot Illinois l K. Kolberg Counselor Western lVlichigan University C. Prediger H. Reid Counselor Counselor Western llllichigan University lVlakdatu State J. Wilson Counselor Louisiana State Western Michigan University University Omexas np A. Zuidema Head Custodian The credit for the clean halls and rooms of MHS goes to the hard working custodians and maids. They not only keep the campus clean, but also beautiful. K, Klokima F. Hillard V rgslwgfwn H of fir.. 'f'?'.:F 5'-.. ' gags. 1, H .I W ,L 1 1 2 - y . iff.. 1 Q ggi... 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Gardner B, Stgphgn IVIAIDS Maid Maid Maid Thanks to the cooks, students can enjoy a hot lunch in the MHS cafeteria. The cooks are kept busy preparing an appealing menu for the ever hungry student body. CCIDKS E. Carlson Cook HARD AT wonk. G. Kuiper T. Olsen V. Niva J. Webber Cook Cook Liz ACTIVITIES I-ICINIECCINIINIB . JF " .if -' " 'wt , i f . .it ,H f ,. aa, 2, ,CM ., C, - , f . 1 A The Homecoming Pep Rally sponsored by Student Council was a big success. Library Club won first place in their division with a float entitled "Tickle the Tigers." "Tiger Stew" was the float which gave the sophomores first place in the class competition. The Pep Rally ended with a snake dance around the stadium and a large bonfire. The 1966 Homecoming King and Oueen were John Usmial and Debbie Buikema. The Court consisted of Karen Wolffis, Dave Young, Sue Singleton, and Jeff Keay. Debbie and John were crowned by last year's Homecoming E1ueen,Jean Crawford and Student Council President, Joe Szmadzinski. NancyWagnerand Chris SchooenbeckweretheJunior Attendants. Bette Swanson and Gary Gudelsky were the Sophomore Attendants, and the Freshmen Attend- ants were Muriel Nelson and Bill Shriver. 4' fi. . ,.' 1' F' 'Y' 4 X 4: 'iX':z-bag Nm V a i 1 'Tiifif A f M .. , p " N ' wk -M, mf ia, -L A ,M -ww: , V ,, M ,WW ,E H SW fx Q wi is WMX - , , m y Afjf 7.1 i w E ,, ff A I I-IDNCIRS DAY Student Council designated the Monday alter the Heights game as an Honors Day for all lVl.H.S. football players. At 4:00 a.m. Monday morning, members of Student Council were putting signs in front ol the senior player's homes. A victory assembly was held and each football player received a carnation. Coach Chiaverini, Coach Ritter, Coach Harp, and Coach Knight were also honored. ASSEMBLIES 1 as - l r. lVlrs. Silvercruys has just finished her sculpturing. lVlrs. SxllVEfCVUY5 Each year Muskegon High School students are given the opportunity to see a variety of fine performances at the various assemblies. The performances vary from sculpturing, to musical presentations, to panel discussions. This year lVl.H.S. students were presented a great variety of fine assemblies. li lVlr. Gooter, a very talented performer, Vic Hyde, a talented musician who played four horns at once W 37 so 'shi ' in .4 A ,W- ff, , I I . af ,Q are f' , ff , 5 2 E t s 2 sf, y : f . Q 2, f , Q 2 , ' s , - ., f Q 153 5 4 ri , V , 1' . A Y I X ,L , I i, V4 A 1451 if Q s re.: ,ls A if .LIZL , ' Aim aim' r- i 4' is f w gr V7 Wk V, , ,.,, , Q H-sz' 5, 1 JZ, , X gg. ' , A 'y 2 if- Q, gif My ' ggsfijk f vk,A . ,X XVVW if V, V, M, f 25,5 , 4 Q- f arf e ff1if"f,"ffr,.1:f T was .. we T 'ts s -infra IVIARCII-IING BAND The hard working band under the direction of Mr. Carl Bjerregaard is still among the top in the state. They've been very busy this past year, performing in assemblies, half-times, concerts, and parades. This summer the band is sending several representatives abroad on a tour which they hope will be helpful in for- warding their knowledge of music in foreign countries. The Muskegon Big Red Band was accented by our Drum Major Allan lJeHorn and the majorettes. Working hard together, they did a terrific job performing in half- times, band shows, and pep assemblies. Alternatesz Linda Jones and Caroline McShannock BAND SUPPLIES SPIRIT W., I ,, 40 ag? ii PADS FAS!-IICINS Row lg Sandy Dunn, Barb Scheerer, Marge Dulinsky, Kathy Grant. Row 2, Jennie Vinton, Janice Nichols, Carol Varela, Char Wyant. Cl-IERCIKETTES The Cherokettes have been very busy this year in their various activities. With the money earned from car washes, cupcake sales, and candy sales, new outfits were purchased. The red skirts and jackets were worn on the days ofthe games. The baton twirling group per- formed in pep assemblies, halt-time shows, and parades. Try-outs are held early in the year, and the girls are judged on their poise and ability to twirl. Practices are held on Monday and Wednesday of each week. Miss Nancy Daniels, a former Muskegon High School student, is the instructor, who devotes much of her time and effort to help the girls. The group originated in 1961 by Alice Walters. Mrs. Dykema is this year's advisor. IVIASUUE DRAIVIATI C SCICIETY PRESENTS HARVEY Harvey, under the direction of Mrs. Marjorie Rice, was very successfully produced. The participants enjoyed presenting the play, and the audience thoroughly enjoyed the fine performance. The Cast consisted of, Christy Benson, Myrtle Mae Simmons, Maggie Herron, Veta Louise Simmons, Richard Craig, Elwood P. Dowd, Julie Giacohassi, Miss Johnson, Mary Carlson, Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet, Ruthalyce Kuziak, Ruth Kelly, R.N., Bob Ritcheske, Duane Wilson, Joe Urcavich, Lyman Sanderson, M.D., Joe Szmadzinski, William R. Chumley, M.D., Sue Aslakson, Betty Chumley, Charles Freye, Judge Umar Gaffney, Steve Leighton, E. J. Lofgren. ,gg L... r jj .fs-.2 .te ' s 7, Mi i Pi tr -we .J .mm 5 T , wil" ' V' .V 'ffl i5fIev4"w1 M f am .Q ,rzfwf T 'S ,-L, 5, .. . ' fav-gfqjm, ' , , . 5 f, . - ,. , v -...-'h.- V . ,J .Y L 9 y is A my 5 ,3 W sh ,.. H, ' ' ' QI K . A Q . K ' J ' in 5' Sl ' :II "Z' ' N F, - fr? W 2 , at 1 gg 1 5 L , 'f :lL -V 51 -f" ' 1 M M f ff L J M q A ,rf Big Red Alternatesg Lora Firlit, Carol Workman and Susan Achterhotf This year our Big Red cheerleaders attended camp All-America, which is a member ofthe United States Cheerleading Association. The girls placed first in competition vvith many squads from the Illlid-west and received many ribbons. ln individual competition, Sally John- son placed second, and Karen Wolttis placed fourth. The girls were judged on fitness, co- operation, ability, poise, and congeniality. At a clinic held at Godwin Heights, the cheerleaders received a first place ribbon. They competed with about six hundred other girls. The Big Red cheerleaders sponsored a county wide pom-pom clinic. This year their ad- visor is lVlrs. Ritter. The squad consists of Seniors, Karen Wolftis, and Linda House, and Juniors, Ann Nloore, Sally Johnson, Susan lVlcNair, and Nancy Wagner. l in Q L. R.CI-IEERLEADERS Row l, left to right: Laurie Holstrom, Phyllis Lester, Janet Friend. Row 2: Karen Beam, Jill Johnson, Bette Swanson. ln the spring of the year, the Little Red Cheerleaders were chosen. The required jumps included a regular jump, spread eaglefside stag, and front stag. The girls were judged on poise, enthusiasm, personality, and skill. The girls chosen forthe squad were' 'iaren Beam, Janet Friend, Laurie Holstrom, Jill ,ohnson, Phyllis Lester, and Bette Swanson. This squad took a first place ribbon at Godwin Heights while in competition with 500 other girls. Their instructor this year is lVlrs, Ritter. Alternates: Joan Schanhals Barb Cross Missing: Ann Lowry Left to right: Chuck Birmingham, Jerry Caviness, and Tom Heethuis. The Big Red Indian chosen for the 1966-67 school year was Jerry Cavi- ness. His alternates were Chuck Birmingham, and Tom Heethuis. The Indians performed at pep as- semblies, pep rallies, and games. They did a marvelous job in boost- ing the spirit of the Big Reds. TRAVELING BIG REDS Jesse Escareno spent the summer in Mexico City as a foreign exchange student. This is what he has to say of his experience, "Representing M.H.S. in a foreign country made my stay in Mexico City a great honor. I enioyed meeting many teenagers who were glad to discuss their country but more enthused when it came to discussing America. My host family went out of their way to show me much of the beauty in Mexico, but they also exposed me to the poverty existing throughout the country. My stay gave me an opportunity to understand a foreign coun- try economically and socially. I learned to appreciate and respect Mexico for what it is and hopes to be, but more important, I became aware of my admiration for America and its goals." Janet Langeland spent the summer in Finland. This is what she has to say of her experience: "My family was wonderful to me-it was an exper- ience ofa lifetime. My sister, Ella, was the only one in the family who spoke English, but sign language and simple words worked wonders. Everyone I met was very warm and friendly. One Finnish custom I miss very much is the Sauna bath. The family goes to the Sauna once a week to relax and clean the mind and body. The out- standing experience of my summer was a four-day trip to Leningrad and a tour of Helsinki. Some places we saw on our guided trip were, the Winter Palace of the czars, The Hermitage, summer palace of Peter the Great, St. lssac's Cathedral, and the square where the re- volution began. The many regulations placed on us, and the "watching" made us all glad to return to free FinIand." FRCIIVI SCILITI-I DF THE t This year, Muskegon High School was the host to two Mexican Ex- change Students. These students came to the U.S. duringitheir sum- mer vacation for three months. Jose'Soto stayed with Ernest Woo- ton during his visit, and Pablow An- quiana stayed with Jim Wurtz. They made many friends during their stay here, and we hope they enjoyed be- ing here as much as we enjoyed hav- ing them. BCIRDER CIUR EURCIPEAN GUESTS Living with Cheryl Holmes at 1535 Edgewater is Tuula Puranen from Espoo, Finland. Tuula feels that the biggest difference between her country and the United States is the school sys- tem. ln Finland the students must take 12-15 subjects each year and are required to study more. She has found our school very interesting to attend and has enjoyed all of the activities. Tuula would like to become an architect. After this year, she will have to go to high school in Finland for three more years. During this time she can think more of what she would like to do. Tuula enjoys music and likes art. Margareta Jonsson is our exchange student from Skelleftea, Sweden. She is staying with Joan Schanhals at 284 Houston Ave. Margareta likes cheese-burgers, cross-country and football. She enjoys the spirit and half-time shows which go along with the football games. She thinks that M.H.S. is a nice school with many interesting people. Margareta hopes to work in the peace corps or for the United Nations. She wants to work in different count- ries during her summer vacations but doesn't like to plan ahead.She says,"l want to take care of my oppor tunities and make the most out of every day when it comes." Finland is the home country of Mikkoilmari Viher- juuri who is staying with Steve Leighton at 3084 Coun- try Club Drive. His home town in Finland is Helsinki. Mikko feels that there is nothing in the United States that he cannot find in Europe but there are many things in Europe that he cannot find here. After graduating, Mikko plans to go to the Drama school in Finland. After many years of education, he hopes to become a play director. 1 I if Q K , f ' 6 1 1966 JUNIOR-SENIOR PRDNI -n-sv" F' new SEND A BIG RED ABRDAD Jia ln order to send selected M.H.S. students to Europe for a summer, the Student Council designated a whole week of activities to raise money for partial scholarships. Dudes Day, Tag Day, and Senior Day were among the activities for the week. Shares were sold and a "crazy legs" contest was held to help the project. The winning legs were those of Sen- ior, Clilf Hawkins. The other contestants were Junior, Jeff Keay, Sophomore, llllarv Vander- Weg, and Freshman, George Ritcheske. All in all, the project proved to be very successful. Norm Cunningham 'fairy K 'T t Sherry Kolbe as Miss America The SIEHIEIIES VARIETY I-IIEFI-ILITES CIF '67 The 1967 Talent Show was a big success. The acts were very diver- sified and entertaining to the audience. A big hit of the show was Iimber Jamie DeVette doing her acrobatic act. Barb Cross, Muskegon High SchooI's answer to Barbara Streisland put on a terrific performance singing"People" and "Alfie," The program ran along very smoothly with Norm Cunningham as Master of Ceremonies. Frank Poling served as Director and was assisted by Becky Smrcina. Barb Scheerer .Q K rr fr 3 8 f as rr ' r - Ntt..Q fri. T .'q"Yl'5?f1'?QlErr:32fiii 'f ' V 'iff Req r s E x , ,gl The Hungry Five "Tequila" featuring the Cherokettes J .. A A FXS iz h 'Mr Ly. ...,.k ir :ir cg: N . L',L' LVLV . - i f ' i 0' A J.. K ' 'Lf ' 1 .i it ts - W - .5 A I ' .P i if 1 : T Llf, V , R , . K, L. ya, , i Q5 1 . E. . Q, R U , 4 3 . U . . VVh ,. ,V Q, .. , , i . ,m,1 . . 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Jean Humenick, Marcia Witt, Ann Moore, Linda Freye, Laura Holstrom, Barb Richardson. Row 2. Dona Jarvi, Jan Dutmer, Mary Luhman, Carol Workman, Sue Achterhoff, Janet Langeland. SYNCI-IRCINIZED SWIMMING The 1967 Synchronized Swimming Show presented May 4 and 5 was a big success. It was entitled "Red Splash." Soloists for the show were Linda Freye and Dona Jarvi. They both gave a tremendous performance. The show included 13 acts - 2 solos, 2 trios, 2 quartets, l sextet, and three large numbers. A featured act involved the 12 best swimmers in the group. The officers for this year were: Carol Workman, President, Janet Langeland, Vice Presi- dent, Marcia Witt, Theme Chairman, and Emma Newsome, Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Linda Ritter, this year's advisor, is an experienced synchronized swimmer. She is a former member of the Water Sprites, the Synchronized Club at W.M.U. While with the Water Sprites, Mrs. Ritter competed in three AAU meets in solo, team, and stunt competition. We would like to congratulate all the girls in Synchronized Swimming for their tremendous performance at the show. Practicing her murine is Soloist Linda Freye Dona Jarvi, soloist, practices her murine. -.ILINICIR TEA Standing Lett to Rightg Sally Johnson, Susan llllclllair, Lora Firlit, Mrs Ryan, Kathie Laskoski,Carol Redding, Charlotte Pleiness Each year a group of Junior girls sign up to sponsor the Junior Tea. All junior girls and the girls vvho spon- sored it the previous year are invited. Each sponsor is also allowed to invite two guests. This year with lVlrs. Ryan, as the advisor, the Tea vvas very successful. v A friendly conversation session. Bob Wfifflef and hiS UFCNSSUG. CI-IANSDN D'AIVICllJR The 1967 Senior Girl's Dance, Chanson d'Amour, was held March 4, 1967 at Steele Junior High School. Bob Warner's Orchestra entertained at the dance which lasted from 9:00-12:00 P.M. The Master of Ceremonies was Don Barnes, and the soloist was Edna Meeske. The Senior Girl's Officers were: Co-chairmen, Chris Sutherland and Brenda Syperdag Treasurer, Sue VanBemmeleng Secretary, Pam Morgan. The Committee Chairmen were: Chaperones, Barb Bowmaster, Clean-up, The Hostessesg Decorations, Joan McCartney and Carmen Dykema, Enter- tainment, Char Lange, Invitations, Marilyn Dammg Photographer, Jean T Smith, Programs, Ann Olsenp Refreshments, Kathy Hartsema. W A The Bridge. ? jp-f I W. ' 3. M, 4' 59Hi0fS. Cafmen Uvkema and AI Mell. Brenda Cotton and Tom Williams. , V tri, Pl-ICITCJ The Photo Contest is sponsored by the Said and Done Statt. A free yearbook is given to the person who submits the winning photograph. The Staff would like to thank everyone who took the time to enter the contest this year. Winning Photog Junior, Dave Young. . A, -f Q , W A, , g ,,, ty,, . 5, , y - ,.r W - ,t ii.. r A ,, L l fe V -.4 - 'X ' t '11- f l g H t K Kerri Baker Vicki Mitchell Lynn DeGrafl Gussie Fairbanks CCINTEST RQ, . 'Wi gi. A 'K 5 - w U A? f f.. wwfzv, '- 132 yi ,'f' wi Q .2 AI DeHorn Mary Stark Barb Mattson .' V, Aa- . 9' x f , A , . if 1 , L . , , li - :f ' 26 t .gxfgwg V f 4 7 I , sf-l ' " 5 fr - f f A' W N 1' 3 I ' W' ,, 5563 '3 ' 1, . . .. "k:'LfH'i ' ,X ? , 'Q " ? A Marsha Mattson Ken Cross - . 1 Greg 8. Nadene Wirtz The Gang Tom Carter Chuck Pothofi, Pat Cwynar, and Paula Nobes are busy working on Kathie Laskoski and Peggy Kuberski are assembling their product their product. -JUNICIR ACI-IIEVENIENT ln the fall of the year, an assembly is held for Juniors and Seniors about Junior Achieve- ment. Application blanks are passed out, and interested students apply. They are notified later of their acceptance and the company they will be a part of for the year. Junior Achievement is an organization of students who work together to learn about busi- ness. J.A. gives young people a chance to make new friends, gain new ideas, develop leader- ship, improve self-confidence, acquire business experience, and gain valuable contacts. A J.A. company needs a charter, name, by-laws, products, and capital. J.A. raises capital by selling stock. A J.A. company must meet certain requirements like big corporations. They must pay rent, buy materials, rent fixtures and machines, and buy insurance, By sponsoring J.A., companies are making an investment in a young person's future. BClY'S STATE Jeff Keay and Dan Laskoski were the two lucky boys chosen to represent Muskegon High School at Wol- verine Boy's State this past summer. Attending Boy's State is a great honor as well as a worthwhile experience. Training in leadership and gov- ernment as well as many new friendships are made. . , . cu r or , .. J lg .f t - r e r'af9F ..e .. f Qffrirzrzirggtafr 1 H ' r .... 7 .. f .. 1 . 2 '- Above photo: Flag l -submitted by Don Barnes, Flag 2-submitted by Bill Karis, Flag 3-submitted by John Jacobs, Lett: Don Barnes, winner of the flag contest. FLAG CCI NTEST At the beginning of the school year, it was brought up at a Student Council meeting that Muskegon High School needed a school flag. Mary Heneveld was put in charge of a committee to investigate the possibility. The sug- , gestion was approved by Student Council. Many designs were submitted and the top three were chosen by the committee. Students voted for their choice and flag number one, submitted by Don Barnes, was chosen. The run- ning up flag designs were submitted by John Jacobs and Bill Karis. A five dollar prize was given to Don for his winning design. We are happy that so many students entered the contest and congratulate the winner. We are proud that M.H.S. now has a school flag. , ri. ,.... . -, . 1 ' r -sfasifli 11, it Q J , ' 1' 4 W fi 4 tr fa t 5 Marc Topping, Ross Soltess, and Gale Nobes acting as disc jockeys. from lm? . , citt . ., x figs E ,I 'kai " J ,ff v 7 xf ' W fil in SNCIVV CARNIVAL The second annual Snow Carnival sponsored by Student Council was a big success under the chairman- ship of Hallye Jo Fleishman and Brenda Syperda. Class competition was held in snow sculpturing. The Juniors took first place with a sculpture of Snoopy on his dog house entitled "lVl.H.S. or Bust." Many clubs sponsored booths at the carnival. Some ol the main attractions were: Varsity Club's pie throw, Key Club's slop drop, Y-Teen's Jail, and Senate's paint- ing machine. A dance was held in the gymnasium following the carnival. . F Q 4 wa ' 3, V ,5'A',,f ,mf , . K 2 'if' 55 ,, -0. ' xg vi a y . E f g . '31 fi! ,gf K . . 04 Qi" '4 W 1 i 'wg ,W5 M ,,. ,., , ' 1,1-23? 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Row VI-Left to Right Carey, J. lMgr.l, Clanton, Nl., Pothoff, C., Aardema, D. Hunter, T., Juntunen, D., Karnitz, D., Berdinski, S., Marine, R., Gay, G BIG REDS SLICCIEED The unbeaten Muskegon High team dominated 1966 Lake At the banquet honoring the players, awards were handed Michigan Athletic Conference All-Star Team. The players out. Receiving the "Most Valuable Player" award and the making the squad were Dave Young, who made both the "M Club" award was John,Usmial. Jim Karkosy was named offensive and defensive squads, offensively, Greg Flaska, "Most Coachable," Lynn Johnson "Most Improved Player," Bob D'Malley,Gary Bunnel, and Stan Jones. Defensively, and Joel Ernvall received the honor of being the "Most Bob Walker, John Usmial, and Joel Ernvall were honored. Battered Player." Honorable mention went to Lynn Johnson, Russ Flermoen, Marv VanderWeg, and Dan McShannock. MUSKEGDN-32 ..... ....... S EXTDN MUSKEGUN-47 .... ..... M UNA SHORES- 0 MUSKEGUN-T3 ..... .... T RAVERSE CITY- 7 MUSKEGUN-26 .... ...BENTON HARBOR-T2 MUSKEGUN-13 .... MUSKEGDN-27 .... . . . .GRAND HAVEN- 0 .......CATHDLlC-12 MUSKEGDN- 7 .... .......... H DLLAND- 7 MUSKEGDN-19 ..... ..... G ODWIN HEIGHTS-12 MUSKEGDN-40 ..... .... M USKEGUN HEIGHTS- U '- .. " ' " K 1 .F Z M ll Q ,Q .V . 4 'ff 7 1' fa ' ' " Ks- at if -'ff 5 ' ' " fa- K , , V ,f i f ,v,,g2 ' 5zs.. 5 ' mga, -i f - , . T 2 K H 'T ' 'M s, . ,,,,, , s I e ' -, f 6, if ...,,,-.- . as 7 ttt, V. ht f-.st 1' tj 125' , sp , -:gg fi ", 5,,1,. dif f., . ' A t 'H ft , F s .,r. X .. .. rrr. . 7 .. t In 7 . i I fr " .4 M' W -'h r gg: . - ' . V My ' -'7 f I 1 A: I y' It K I H ,I 1 . T' ' w e .If .ir,.25, et . ' 0 .A T ' ' 2 rg, fa A , ,, V - ' mei? .51 I I 'jfmiilfs' f-" f A .H ' -- '.:,,,1 ' . . -- f "" .fff"ieff?h -..f'f:-1'-, -. if V f"' 'F 1 -. lf-M1 i. " ..y-s-113, '- as ll2 GAIVIE MUSKEGON 32-SEXTON 6 Starting where last year's team left off, the new Big Reds literally ran away with the game. The team scored in every quarter but the third and the defense also displayed promise. A fumble recovered by Joe Stapel started the attack. Carries by Schoonbeck, Hollis, and Ernvall drove in the Reds first tally. The game also starred Marv Vanderweg in his first game as a Big Red quarterback. MUSKEGUN 47-MUNA SHORES 0 Touchdowns by Schoonbeck, Vanderweg, Ernvall, Watkins, Usmial, and Gay and extra points by McShannock composed the score. Most of the Big Red players saw action in this the second game. ln the second period alone 27 points were scored. The defense was even more improved in giving up only 14 yards rushing and 39 passing. MUSKEGUN 13-TRAVERSE CITY 7 The Trojans started the scoring with a fake field goal that was run for a touchdown. lt wasn't until half way through the second quarter that Muskegon's Hollis scored. This is how the score remained until there was little over a minute left in the final quarter. The Trojans were deep in Muskegon territory when the Big Red defense forced the Trojan quarter- backto toss the ball away. Russ Flermoen, an outstanding defensive end, caught the ball and ran 70 yards for a touchdown. MUSKEGUN 26-BENTON HARBOR l2 The Reds managed winning another Homecoming game with a much more spirited offense. The first two touchdowns came in the first quarter on a run by Schoonbeck and a longer carry by Stan Jones. With two min- utes left in the half, Dan McShannock's kicking boosted the score to 20-O. Marv Vanderweg's five yard keeper scored Muskegon's final six points in the fourth quarter. SUMMARIES MUSKEGUN 13-GRAND HAVEN U Great defensive playing and a persistent offense helped defeat a pre- viously unbeaten Grand Haven team. At the end of the half the score was a deadlocked U-0. Muskegon's first score came on a 58-yard run by Ern- vall. Late in the last quarter Muskegon tallied again, after a twenty-eight yard drive and two Grand Haven penalties followed by a nine yard touch- down run by Stan Jones. MUSKEGON 27 -CATHOLIC l2 A fumble recovery by Dave Young set up the first score. Stan Jones ran it over from the twenty-six. The next touchdown was run by Ernvall and a blocked punt recovered by Dan McShannock provided the next score. Schoonbeck made the final score for Muskegon while the defense again played an excellent game. MUSKEGON 7-HOLLAND 7 A hard hitting and running Dutchmen team held the Big Reds to a virtual standstill in the game. Neither team was able to get a scoring play until the second quarter when a pass enabled Holland to pick up a touchdown. Through the running of Hollis and the kicking of McShannock the score was brought to a 7-7 tie at the half and remained there till the end of the game. MUSKEGON 19-GUDWIN HEIGHTS 12 Playing on a field ankle deep in mud proved a challenge to overcome for the Big Reds. They were well in control, though, marching the opening kickoff for a touchdown. Quarterback Marv Vanderweg played an out- standing game in his handling of a very slippery ball. The touchdowns were made by Usmial, Vanderweg, and Homan. MUSKEGUN 40-HElGHTS.0 Putting an eight game unbeaten streak on the line, the Big Reds proved worthy of their name. This rout completed a second undefeated season. The game was off set by penalties that amounted to 215 yards. The game looked more or less a match in the first quarter with a 0-U score. The first set up came when McShannock picked off an aerial. The touchdown came on a combination of runs by Homan, Hollis, Usmial, and Vanderweg. Touch- down by Homan upped the halftime score to 13-U. The remaining touch- downs were made by Hollis, Usmial, Jones, and Jewett. 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' .xg H .1 s.,.f...-W ww-. .. I ' f"a-sara-r nf vwq-K' ,qs lg' W .,, e M J ,, s ak M 5. 5 MNA ., ...M a , - Q " ' 1. -9 A 0 1 Q ,N .4-1 Q. ,wa .-- -- at 2 ,. V . , 43, ...He ,. ' , ,J . fe -- ,a . 2 A " " -fr M.. .,,.. .T I f y- A - - - ,f W, S7 A L., ef Q., ,ge1,c,.,,'T 7' 'vm:,l.. .F H3 ' X L? 15'-' r .., r Above: Left: John Usmiai Bob 0'IVIaIlev Stan Jones Bob Walker Jeff Koay 'W K W A kv, M r o oxio' H! I ,J an V r, Above: AI Nlell Ron Rop Marv VanderWeg H4 , l '-'- ..'bf F Left: Greg Flaska Dave Young Bight: Mark Jewett Russ Flermoen K fig, QQ Bottom: Bob Hollis Joel Ernvall Dan lVlcShannock ,, J, ,QW Arx B, ,.... Right: Joe Stapel Lynn Johnson gy ,, twin 'fi - - we A Bottom: Rob Homan Gary Bunnell g it QQQQB i wi I ji pil!-i,.S: 5 , L,, . , A s vK ..e,, ,... .bw X, a it t citi t t ,,,, , sttcg , eine rcgc gtss A I I X ,,,,, gf'f4s1eim.r5gr?" if t i isii 2 .. 5 gy r I W iii 5 c s ,, get A , ,M .tc Y G RED CCIACII-I -M ' ,- ffffff 72' Wi Through the dedicated coach- ing of Roger Chiaverini, Robert Knight, and Pete Koutches.NIuske- gon had another season without a loss. The Saidfllone staff would like to say "thanks" for a job well done. ES ill mmm EY I Eid! I-2 U 4 4 'F f X as is ii or h ., , : 1" 'fu 4-gun-pfnf -3 ' A'-,A '-lf t g. it 'W U , :W Y ,? g 1 mq v. ,W 5 g uw, M ' L L M it M. 'Ziff- am'-1.42 Q. V,--Q fall U - Q1 S i jidyft A aw. R','.3 1 Fw 12Q - .. - W ::,4,V . 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The first game,against Mona Shores, showed what the fans could expect for the rest of the season. ln no game did the opponents come closer than twenty-four points to heating the Little Reds. The most impressive win for the team came in the Heights reserve game where the Little Reds found lit- tle resistance in piling up 55 points to the losers' O. This proved a crowning glory to a very successful sea- son under the combined coaching of Larry Harp and Raymond Ritter. Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon 37 44 39 32 32 47 40. 55 . Mona Shores- ...... Catholic Benton Harbor .Grand Haven Mona Shores ...Holland- Godwin Heights ...Heights T 3 -U -7 l O 6 4 O -0 5 'ff 5' 'E 9' 9 -Lmggsz 1 . 4 4 4. C55 i AU: , Xi v f ,1'1ft+ N 2 xx v 5' GW - - f .VJ - Q 555. ,f "4 5 , f ff -f ...V 1 , Q 9 W , ' .., :. ws, ,UW f--A NPN: saw'-s'5:,zafXfFg,w.ws-v-wzfw'H-f'-.1t.1v?iSef K 47553 ' S way ? LTV: Q' , , W 5 . ' ,,., - if I K " ,,,,. - 4 . - ,,,, 5 K VV V xx K '2R'f"R M 4' zfxsm,-:g.N'j 115' , ' 2" , I H g- f Q A Saw- .V - 1 H wg K . M., AM- 1--,:-Mig: if3-ms,---,,z "" ww. 'f ::wg,, 125 -2 ' kwfawfw pjjegff wx. p -,itil--:Ally U 94:wmfS-LW REDS 1-...MV LITTLE RED CIDACII-I E' 4567 wr. .v ' U 4, . . 'fait 1 ' ' fe L M K Q .wiki i -i . nf 7 Kawai V, fri. ' 1 r ,,.. , .Q , we A ,ge Q af 4. , " 'fag an 3' a x aw qw with Wh'a'22'?l'f"..x?'53+-LW-f f. f ,, , . '1 ef s .. lk. , M 0 4 r Nu ri M A 3 Mgt- A 221 if-EE rf' Na-.S-e IVIR. RITTER N g,3e32,r:,1f: - f'f. it r - - fe 1, ' y r I f,-gf. f guy ,rrsryjg 4 WSW Under the combined coaching of Larry Harp and Raymond Ritter, the Little Reds basked in the glory of a perfect season. 4 , - K' ""i' ., ' ' 3 V kk" H " 1 19 Top Row - R. Martin, J. Rockcole, A, DeHorn, D, McShannock, R, Baker, Bottom Row - Coach Hager, B. Ritcheski, L, Jefferson, P, Hawkins D R, Rop, J. urcavtch, H. vanuerHoeven, C, Tatum Laskvski. IVI. VHRUCYWGQV R, Loveiov. Coach Ritter LNIAC CI-IAIVIPS The Big Reds captured two great victories this year in basket- ball. They not only won the LMAC championship but, in the proc- ess, defeated the number one ranked team in the state. The Big Reds started off the season with two convincing wins over Catholic Central and Grand Rapids Christian, After losing two disappointing games to Mona Shores and Muskegon Heights, the Reds bounced back with easy victories in the trip to Grand Haven and the host game against Grand Rapids South. The only games lost in the rest of the regular season were against Kalamazoo Hackett which managed to defeat the Big Reds twice - some- thing accomplished by no other team this season. The Big Red revenge was taken out on Mona Shores who defeated them earlier in the season. Muskegon sunk the Sailors with an 88-58 victory. The big game of the season came the following Tuesday when the Muskegon High team handed the Muskegon Heights Tigers their only loss of the season. The season was finished with three more wins but the Big Reds were knocked from District tournaments by the very wary Tigers. All of the team found a great deal of action with Tatum, Las- koski,Vanderhoeven, Hawkins, Ritcheski, and DeHorn the leaders. Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon.- Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon . . . . .Catholic .....G.R. Catholic . . . . . Mona Shores . Muskegon Heights . . . . . Grand Haven .......G.R.South Kalamazoo Hackett . . . E. Grand Rapids . . . . .Traverse City . . . . Benton Harbor Kalamazoo Hackett .....Mona Shores . Muskegon Heights .........Catholic . . . . .Traverse City . . . . Benton Harbor Districts - Heights .T ,V,,k e , X CDACI-I I-IAGER AND CCINIPANY Awmym W I BIG RED ACTICIN I 4 ,, A Elwlk Gxgqmzut .HQ Q Top Row - Coach Ritter, J. Hopkins, B. Stout, J. Moore, M. Watts, VV. Thomas Bottom Row - D. Riley, VV. Rahy, P. Hopson, F. Brooks, B. Boone, C. Dieters L. R. BASKETBALL The Little Reds started off the season better than their older counterparts with 'three wins in a row. Two consecutive losses came at the hands of the Little Tigers and the Grand Haven JV's. Taking Grand Rapids South proved easy but Kalamazoo Hackett succeeded in defeating the Little Reds twice. The only other losses of the season for our JV's were to the Heights, and to Benton Harbor. The Little Reds, in turn, came up with double victories over Muskegon Catholic, Mona Shores, and Traverse City. Leading the team this year were Dan Stout, Walter Thomas, Dan Boone, Craig Dieters, Floyd Brooks, John Hopkins, and Bill Crawford who was moved to the Big Reds before the end of the season. Their coach was Raymond Ritter. Playing the same schedule as the Big Reds, the Little Red team came up with a 9-7 season. Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon . . . .. . .Catholic ....G.R. Catholic . . . . Mona Shores Muskegon Heights ........GrandHaven ......G.R. South Kalamazoo Hackett . . E. Grand Rapids . . . . Traverse City . . .Benton Harbor Kalamazoo Hackett .. . . Mona Shores Muskegon Heights ........Catholic . . . .Traverse City . . . Benton Harbor lVlr. Raymond Ritter has done a fine job of coaching the Little Reds, With co-captains, Dan Boone and Bill Crawford, the team played many excellent games. LITTLE RED CCIACI-I i Tmgkuu wr X mlb' G! , .s,v, . , .l,:Q Q ig . xx Q xx A AXXXQ x. ., "fc , g V N ' e.-, 44 58 Row I-Left to Right: Hendrix, R., Berg, O., Vedders, J., Kroll, T., Noordhoff, T., Row II- Left to Right1OobhersIein, O., Daniels, G., Ritcheske, R., Allen, S., Soitess, R., Coach McShannock CRCISSS CCIUNTRY '66 2 Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon -27 -29 -18 CROSS COUNTRY SCORES -43 - 28 28W -28 Ludington-28 Traverse City- 15 ....GrandHaven-26 ...Catholic-28 .. .... Ludington-ZSVQ .-.Spring Lake-42 Reeths Puffer-27 -30 .... ...... C atholic-25 - 6 i l I ' ,iff Yi J W-,!,,4Z '-fi.-' 2 si atffifk 1ffffq55gsf,1f5s ,, 1 - H,,i,3i Q L1 aa '15 .r .r , , . ,I , . , , . ?5,,tfg5Lg11 YE K, , ,fr mae' . r fy' ' gif-5,7 , . 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My 1 .. ,if , , M:--, ww - 1 - - f ' A, ww iiwls311u1,ff 7 1 will We ig! 1 J awww? fj A .s R X 5 kit + ll 1 -is-lcirlaf rg Record: 4 wins 8 losses 3rd Greater Muskegon Tournaments 4th Conference Tournament 4th Regional Muskegon 0 .... ...Grand Haven 7 Muskegon 0 ........... Holland 7 Muskegon 3 ...... Musk. Catholic 4 Muskegon 6 ....... WM Christian l Muskegon 6 ....... WM Christian 1 Muskegon 0 .... ...Grand Haven 7 Muskegon 4 ....... Mona Shores 3 Muskegon 4 .... . . . Ludington 3 Muskegon 0 .... ...... H olland 7 Muskegon 3 ....... Mona Shores 4 Muskegon 3 ........... Catholic 4 Muskegon 2 ...... Benton Harbor 5 ,. ,J EQ, e. W, -' i , --Jie ist Bow: Barrett, Lowry, Juntunen, Butler, Carlson, Pace, Soltess, Nelsong 2nd How: Noordhoff,Ritcheske, Cole, Harris, Howard, Collie, Usmial, deJong, Samuals, Vllatkinsg 3rd Row: McShannock lCoachl, Vllhite, McCloud, Jones, Kenney, Flaska, Flermoen, Freye, Vander Meulen, Harvey, Mell, Pelletier, Black, Chiaverini lAss'tu Coachl, 4th Howi McShannock, Hunter, Johnson, Kroll, Allen, Bacheller, Bouwman, Dohberstein Our 1966 track team wonthree important meets in vic- tories over Ludington, Grand Haven, and Mona Shores. The scores of these were 67-38, 74-35, and 59-50. ln the City Meet between Heights, Mona Shores, Catholic, Reeths-Puffer, Orchard View, North Muskegon, and Christian, Muskegon placed fourth with Heights winning first place. The New Conference Meet held between Muskegon, Catholic, Traverse City, Benton Harbor, and Kalamazoo was dominated by Muskegon with a score of 62. The next closest challenge was Traverse City with a score of 4910. Under Coach Mc- Shannock and Chiaverini, the tracksters did very well and we hope they can continue at a winning pace. TRACK '66 ' .ir ' r - 1' R 1 xr . . :7 , i. in N ,WAV 5 'LS-Y -333' vs y T e r-J V 4, . V a., 1:f,QL 2 Q , 3 l f 1 , 1 .gf is 4 'h'h' ' L 2 f ACTICIN 46 SI-ICITS .L KF ' 'N .' V ,L 975-1 . 5 L1 K 1. NM' fyy Y ll ff' H Y - .iff It h Y it YQ! W . 'Q 59: V wi, ' - . ' " me 435' " v I I 'J - '75, ' ff C" 'guily f 1 K' 7 1. --A ' 'fix' f 1 " ' -v-V-v -'-H-+'2"Asv" .-A X -- js '-'nun "" , ,," 5 - -,Z--7-' f 4 ff- W ii i L if 'gi 4 4.msQ ?dl31'1'f-4 M , Q .fy 'SWQ ,,, LB. ' 'fm' if I 'E ,,.- xv MMM- ,.,. -1' , ,'-- JV jf L, ' Y , X ff 0 ---'- '-P M -Q A, glmsrmdilliff ,, 2 -kv b W K A K. . , A .j V,k, 2 fa-L-- S W' ' - fi-"'f'N "lam-,ef,-Q M AQQ 4.. , K A, - M, I MW Q Hg' Mug ,M M-wr QM, JL, hill- f ..-Q '49-Q , X 31 J K ' Q . x t V A A .,. ,: W7A:V:hi . . wg N ' w ' i b A QX' ' A ' 3 1 1 72 ' A , V A . E i, ui ZIA 1.... A 0 L 'ffi ,, .i., ,. A KA N ' . ,M ff- , .. ., as .af Mm -and 129 -.ILINICJRZEPI-IYRS 'VL I-ICICKEY TEAM ROSTER Chuck Wierengo-Captain Jim Heneveld-Alternate Captain Mark Jevvett-Alternate Captain Tom Newville-Alternate Captain John Howell--Coach Mike Smith Bob Stubbs Mike DeVette Tom Fallon John Carey Art Backstrom Joe Maxwell Jim McNair Tom Olson Bill Peterson Pat Dutkievvicz Tom Grahman Dan Morgan Thus tar the Junior Zephyrs have played two games, tying both. Muskegon 4 ............................... Mona Shores 4 Muskegon 2 .... ....... C atholic 2 Front Row-Lto R: IVlcArthur lllllanagerl, Young, J. Blevins, Carey, Steigelman, Gienapp, Vanderlflleg, Homan, Fearn- ley, Schutter, Paczosa, Vargog Back Row-L to R: Ritter, R. lAss't Coachl, Jewett, Schalk, Peck, Rop, Dellinger, Buikema, Roach, Stegall, 0'IVlalIey, Young, T, Karkosky, VerHulst, H, E. Potter lCoachl FINE SEASCIN FDR PEITTER The 1966 Big Red baseball team was one of the youngest teams coached by Harry Potter since he has coached at Muskegon. The team was led by Seniors, Dave Gienapp and the captain, Joe Fearnley. In posting a 10 win and 5 loss season, the team captured second place in the City Tournaments and runners up in the LIVIAC. The leading hitters for the Big Red team were, Marv VanderWeg with a 380 average and Ron Rop with a 360. The Illlost Valuable Player Award went to Jim Roach, a sophomore, who led the team in pitching with a 7-l record. Coaches, Harry Potter and Raymond Ritter, had a hard hitting team that were the North division play-off winners in the LIVIAC. The 1967 season, IVlr. Ritter will be the head coach due to lVlr. Potter's retirement. as ,K ff, .git 2 f it T5 . t X T I, T 23 1 , , , 'rr' X , ,T 1 T ff T , , j , 2 f f A X ix , K A ' an L it at T , f . rerrs f,V,, A, My . Q xv' f - ,X i'r,, 7 I as L ' - g Ev . 4 f f , S ' .fy 1' at Z iff' k f ? Q? ',,' V .rtr 1 A , , A , K 7 N ,M:bh'L H 2 r--'- gm! , w R? 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'41w1rs11?4,1ss 1 .1,, 1511, '-115112211 11,1 1 S ..,, 1. 139 Q Q Row 1: Heneveld, M. lsgt. at armsl, LangeIand,J. lhistorianlg Stark, M lcorresponding sec.lp Ulsen, A. trecording sec.lp Fleishman, H. lparlm.l Szmadzinski, J. lpres.lg Moore, A. fvice-pres.l. Row 2: Sards, J., Hiles M., Fleiness, C., Frantz, M., DeHorn, J., Olsen, K., House, L. Row 3: Jones, L., Christophersen, M., Bickel, C., Hurst, P., Damm, M., Syperda, B., Lange C., Hartsema, K., Aslakson, S. Row 4: Bialke, Y., Noling, M., Hammond L., Ustling, D., Toelar, S., Thompson, T., Wickstra, C. Row 5: Skeels, M. Mixer, A., Friend, J., DeGroff, L., Anderson, K., Frazier, P., Wirkutis, S. Grahm, N., Heethius, T., Workman, C. Row 6: Milke, L., Cahill, L., Harvey G., Doberstien, U., Meeske, E., Kidner, C., Scheerer, B., Peters, L. Bow 7 Ziara, T., Beckley, B., Hurst, E., Schneider, M., McNabney, T., Spoelman R., Kieft, L., Brown, G., Hansen, W., Wolffis, B. STUDENT COUNCIL Our Student Council serves to promote more friendly co-oper- ation between faculty and students, to foster leadership and responsibility among the student body, and to better existing conditions in the school and the community. Our student gov- ernment engages in many activities to further the ideals of M.H.S. The functions are flexible and arise as a result of cur- rent situations. Underthe leadership of Joe Szmadzinski and the guidance of Mrs. Wilson, the 1966-67 Student Council did much for the school. ln honor of our victorious football season, Student Coun- cil again designated Football Day. The Snow Carnival was again held complete with class snow sculptures and club booths. Student Council reactivated the intramural sports program. It was small in scope this year, but plans for expansion are being made. EXECUTIVE BEARD The Executive Board of the Student Council is composed of nine officers and the committee chair- men. The President and Vice President are elected by the student body. ln turn, the president appoints the other officers. The Board meets every Monday before a Student Council meeting to discuss what will be brought up at the meeting. Linda House - Student Faculty Committee, Janet DeHorn - Elections Committee, Ann Moore - Vice President, Mary Heneveld - Sergeant at Arms, Mary Stark - Corresponding Secretary, Hallye Jo Fleishman - Parliamentarian. Representatives from each homeroom take notes at meetings to report to homeroom. Those holding offices on the Executive Board but aren't pictured are: Joe Szmadzinski, President, Ann Olsen, Recording Secretary, John Howell, Treasurer, Janet Langeland, Historian, Alan DeHorn, Sergeant-at-Arms, Karen Olsen, Citizenship Committee, Tom Heethius, Calendars Committee, Joe conducts the meetings in 107. SAID DCJNE STAFF J... Row l, left to right: Moore, A., Schneider, M., Fairbanks, G., Russell, M., Stults, S. Row 2:Wirtz, N., Escareno,J., Mitchell, V., Porter, B., Stark, M, Row 3: Fleishmen, H., Nobes, P., Varela, C., Mrs. Kilgren, advisor. The Staff Hard at Work! As usual, theSaid and Done staff has worked very hard to get this year's book ready for you. The year began by recruiting new mem- bers to work on the staff under a new pub- lishing company, Great Lakes Graphic Arts in Kalamazoo. Since that time, the Editors and their assistants have been gathering information and pictures to fill their sections. The staff met during seventh hour and also met on many Saturdays, and during holidays. The staff had to meet deadlines, which was rather hard on occassions. The year proved to be very rewarding because of this experi- ence of serving the school's student body. The annual party was enjoyed by all, This year again being an informal beach party at Lake Michigan with lots of food and fun! THE CAMPUS KEYI-IDLE S., .af 1- ,g,,vlrZ"" u. Standing ffflnl lfffii Elaine Deering lACHd9fnil3S and ACliViIi9S-P. 3l. Sitting, from left: Kathe Neilsen, Penni Meloche, Dian Garrison, Peggy Terry Kroll, Olga Wiszynski, Anita Nuttall, Joe Szmadzinski, lHeadline B ' ' ' attige,Joan McCartney. lAllwhose positions are not named are reporters.l Ed.l, Suzanne Smrcina, Mary Paulson, Mary Ellen Pauli, Debbie-Ustling. -JLINICIR STAFF Standing, lrom left: Sam Dewey lAd Layoutl, Dennis Cook lPhotog- lChr0niCle School Patliel- Siifing, ffnni leffi Anita Uflil lTYDiSIl. Carmen rapherl, Jone Wortelboer llypistl, Patricia Pehm lTypistl, John Howell Sheathelm lEdil0f'in'CniSfl. Marv WaSninQf0n lTYDiS1l. Toni Tn0FnDS0n lSports Writerl, Mary Heneveld lChronicle School Pagel, Mary Feldt lTYl1iSTl. Roger Spoelman lPn0l09fHPn9fl- SKI CLUB Row l, left to right: Heneveld, M., Workman, C., Rutz, P., Vento, D. Row B., Hartsema, K., Damn, M., Jonnson, M., Vento, D. How 4: Klont, M., Gar- 2: Vanderwall, B., VanderWest, T., Achterhoff, S., Langeland, J., Paul, M., rison, D., Daulquist, S., Spoelman, R., Kreft, L., Fredericksen, M., Peters, P. Griffith, C., Kuziak, Fl. Row 3: Hathaway, W., Meeske, E., Ames, M., Syperda, .Wt ,... .mme 13 2512 s i 23? 3 1 3 t .M " .4 Q ' ' 5 . Teamwork.. .? Ski Club made its annual migration to Holiday Hills in Traverse City again this year. However, their abilities aren't limited to snowy slopes of winter months. They carry over in to the summer, and are often seentwater skiing on Lake Michigan. Whether you're talented in the popular sport, or are interested or just learning, the Ski Club still wel- comes you to become "part of the gang." So, if you don't mind broken bones and enjoy having a blast with a great group of kids, join the ranks! 1 Hi-Y's biggest project this year was a "mock trial" held at the court house. This club is YMCA sponsored and boys meet at the "Y" for swimming and other recreation. Row l, left to right: B. Wasserman, S. Jeffery, D. Wasserman. Row 2, left to right: T Isley, D. Berg, lVlr. Tazelaar, advisor. Row 3: M. Klemp, C. Birmingham, C. Davis. ,. if W5 f L 3112, g, in ffsfm tr f irsli i 2 4 533, i Q JZ' 5 is. if f 552525 ' W mi! K N se V , . liar'-is-..,,. Q.. ROW 1. 'Eff to fighii SWHHSUH. B-. Jewitt: K-, lVlC3hHf1f10Ck. C.. LGHQH- Kuberski, P., Workman, C., Acterhoff, S. Row 5: Collins, G., Sheerer, B land, J. Row 2: Wissner, S.,i Dublinsky, M., Vanderwest, T., Thompson, T. Han, L, Row 3: Rozycki, D., Klont, M., Thornton, J., 0eVette, B. Row 4: Lucken, L. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSCIGIATICIN Girls Athletic Association is organized to promote girls' and women's sports and to foster good sportsmanship. This club sponsors an intramural sports program for girls and provides opportunity for interschool competition. Membership is open to all. The club is organized on the state and national level. It is a special project ot the American Association tor Health, Physical Education and Recreation. lts purpose is to focus attention on the specific athletic and recreational needs of high school students. The project was set up in l962, and represents 2,000 member schools across the nation. Following the G.A.A. motto of "a sport for every girl and a girl for every sport," the girls participate in tennis, badminton, basketball, cageball, deck tennis, and bowling. By participating, girls earn points and work toward G.A.A. awards. EXECUTIVE BOARD Bette Swanson - Secretary? KaIhY Jewerf ' Treasurer Caroline McShannock - President Linda Luvken - ViCB President e 5- m m Ann 5- ,, ' 'QM ' 1,lffEQiE,Lf M. Row l, left to right: S. Allen, lVl. Kinney, L. DeJong, J. Keay, G. Flaska, G. Pellitier, U. Young, E. Hodges, M. Fredricksen. Row 5: D. Uobberstern Row 211 USmi3l, 3- PGCZOSH. R- BIHCK, 3- Walker. H, HUSIEU. J, CGFSY. J. J. Boyle, R. Soltess, B. Gustafson, E. Bacheller, R. Flermoen, R. Homan Karkosky. Row 3: B. U'lVlalley, U. Pulllams, A. Mell, J. Davis, P. Uutkiewicz, lVl. DeVette, J. Staples, K. Lowry. Row 4: L. Johnson, E. Harvey, T. Nevvville, J. Roach. VARSITY CLUB Row l, left to right: C. Redding, S. lVlcNair, S. Achterhoff, L. Firlit, K. Laskoskl, Nl. Skeels. Row 2: Nl. Witt, K, Barton, J. Sep pamaki, S. Rust, L. Webber, L. Antekier, D, Valk, P. Olsen, Row 3: D. Bomers, N. Anderson, C. Pfhistner, L. Harringer, S. Pearsons, J. Bowmaster, lVl. Keat, N. Vanlilandwylc. Row 4: M. Noling, L Tyler, P. Rhodea,J. Nichols, U. Knapp, Nl. Stark. Row 5: J. UeHorn A. Miller, C. Pleiness, N. Wagner, S. Korndorfer, B, Uornbds, J VanKrevelin. Row 1: VanBernmeIen, S., Treasj Sutherland, C., Co-Chairman, Syperda, Feldt. Nl., ROZyCki. L., Gr09n9VEld. Nl.. Ostlino, U.. Laluuist. 3. ROW 42 H00r B., Co-Chairman, Morgan, P,, Sec. Row 2: Uamm, lVl., Smith, J,, Bowmaster, B., Engle, S., Hatch, S., Henry, C., Wierick, R., Christiansen, J, Row 5: Aslak- B., Olson, A., Lang, C., Dykema, C., lVIcCartney, J. Row 3: Nlcllermid, J., son, S., Ames, N., Stanton, P., Rutz, P. Row 1: Workman, C., Vanderwest, L., House, L., Kersting, N., Clark, P. ham. P. ROW 41 PHUISOD. NI., Kuliak, R., SUIIOH. C-. Olsen, K-r Paige. 3 Row2:Hurst,P.,Heckman,J., Hine,J., Niva, D., Garrison, D., Sands, J. Row 3: Lawitlke. D., Peterson, C.. Paul, M. S DeBoer, A., Wolfe, P., Devries, B,, Sieman, C., Keburski, P,, Deering, E., Gra- CARNIENTA r l Row l: Ustling, U. lSgt.-at-Armslg Olsen, A. lSgt.-at-Armslp House, L. lVPlg T.,Vanderwest, L., Beam, L., Johnson, S., Achterhoff, S., Knapp, U., Hatch, S. Kuziak, R. lPres.l, Langeland, J. lRec. Sec.lp Feldt, M. lTreas.lg Moore, L. Flow 4: Van Bemmelen, S., Lofquist, S., Fleishman, H., Kinnucan, C., Jones, L., lCorr. Seal Row 2: McShannock, C., Dykema, C., McNair, S., Wagner, N., Rutz, P., Paul, lVl., Varela, C., Seppamaki, S. Row 5: Kuberski, P., Garrison, Sheathelm,C.,Graham,P.,Workman,C.Row3:Henry,C.,Flozycki, D.,Purahen, D., Sutton, C., Smith, J., Weirich, R., Christensen, J., Pleiness, C. Carmenta's purpose is to help girls develop an in- terest in, and an appreciation for literature and the arts. Tryouts are held in the fall to select new members. All eleventh and twelfth grade girls are eligible. Car- menta has forty members and this year their advisor is Miss Buerman. Traditionally,Carmenta members sell red and white carnations on the days of home football games. Some- thing new this year was a style show sponsored by Vet's Miss Hide-Away Shop. Club members modeled the fashions and the proceeds went to finance a trip . - to Chicago. x 11 . - 15- ' Tffi - .-"',. - q S' , . ' SENATE FINE ARTS SDCIETY Rowl:Bowmaster, B., Syperda, B., Paulson,M. lSec.lg Buikema, D. lPres.lg SUN. WI.. USHOFN. J-. VanKreveIin. J-. HEUUNIQ. C.. Slafk. Mo. PfiSIl19t. C.. Stenholm, L. lVice-Pres.lg Morgan, P. lTreas.lg Hartsema, K. Row 2: Hurst, BONISYS. D.. HSNNS. K. Row 52 Beekman. K.. BQFNSFS. C.. Wolfe. P.. BICKSI. P., oeeuer, A., McCartney, J., Aslackson, S., Vinton, K., oevries, o., Benson, C.. Noor. B.. Bordo. N.. Norton. S.. EooIo.S..HoIS1noron.R.. Olsen. P- Row Br C. Row 3: Harriger, L., Duiser, C., VanRandwyk, N., Tyler, L., Schmidt, J., KHYSUNQ. N-. I-HHQ9. C-. Uamm. M.. UISSH. K- Peterman, C., Karl, R., VanWoerkom, B., Mrs. Silky. Row 4: Ames, M., John- Each girl in Senate was required to give a report on one of the fifty states in the union. After reports were judged and the members selected, the girls were assigned a state to represent. This year mem- bership was lncreased to fifty-two with the addition of the District of Columbia and an ambassador from a foreign country, this year from Sweden. Money making activities for Senate included a used formal sale and selling picture folios. The proceeds went to finance a trip to a cottage and a tea held at the art gallery in Carmenta's honor. COME ON YOU KIDS, SIT DOWN AND SHUT-UP! NATICINAL I-ICINDR SCICIIETY Row l, left to right: Langeland, J., Sheathelm, C., Mixer, S., Giacobassi, M., Rutz, P., Olsen, K., Morris, J., Dobberstein, IJ. Row 3: Vinton, K., Aslak J., Mrs. Trump, advisor, Antonelli, U. Row 2: Olson, A., Herst, P. Heneveld, SUN, 3-, HOUSE, L., BSHSOI1, C., KinUCHn. C.. Engle, S.. BiCkl9.C-,3Cl1f9b9.U Mrs. Trump checks some National Honor Society Materials. if National Honor Society serves to recognize and stimulate character, scholarship, leadership, and service among the students of this high school. To become a member, a student must have a certain grade point average, ranging from 3.4 for honorary Seniors to 3.6 for prospective Juniors. Mem- bers are also judged by their teachers on points of character, service, and leadership. Each year N.H.S. sponsors a Christmas Seminar. Former students at M.H.S., now freshman at various colleges, come into discuss college life with the Seniors. Something new this year is M.H.S.'s tutoring program. A committee headed by Charlene Bickel worked hard to or- ganize the system. Tutoring service is available to any stu- dent expressing the desire for this service to any N.H.S. member or his counselor. Each spring, N.H.S. holds a formal induction for its new members. This year's ceremony will be presided over by Scott Mixer, president, Dawn Antonelli, vice president, Janet Langeland, secretary, Julie Ciacobassi, treasurer, and Carmen Sheathelm, historian. 2 i , -V r Row l, left to right: Carlson, J,, Traweek, D., Smith, J., Burnett, D., Bow- man, D., Medema, K., Smith, J., VanderMolen, J. Row 4: Nash, M., Bytwert master, B.,Gerrans, K.,Johnson,J., Wissner,S.,West,A. Row Zi Broek, S., S. Norton, S., Townsend, J., Pleiness, C., Monroe, C, Kelsey, M., Holl Bennitt, J., Heisner, P., Baars, N., Sage, S., Dulinski, M., Hiles, M. Row 3: R., Olsen, K. Robertson, S, Barton, K., Fredrickson, M., Davis, I., Dewey, S., House- GIRLS CI-ICIIR BEGINNING Cl-ICIIR ,A-if .. . . Row 1, left to right: Rubio, E., Ryder, K., Latin, L., Collins, G,, Helmer, C. Row 2: Galhreath, C., Bachtel, R., Fore- man, D., Postema, L., Hommes, N, Row 3: Schadler, J., Westcomb, H., Swieringo, J., Gilliland, C., Reece, R., Riley, D. Min 'K fllaflte ... 1 11593112- Row 1 left to right: Cooper, V., Damrn, Nl., Kersting, N., Valk, D., Centner, G., Roach, H., Petersen, C., Stark, M Graham, P., Smith, IJ., Fles, N,, Gilliland, R., Kruse, P, Rovv 2: Sorenson, B., Kuziak, R., Czarniecki, V., Herron, lVl Kolbe, S., Hedlund, L., Peltier, IJ., Nloore, A., Mayville, B., Stults, S.,E asley, U.,Lavvitzke, D., Slater, P., Edlund, K Pressentin, S., Sheathelm, C., Forsythe, lVl., Copley, lVl,, Row 3: Hollis, B., Anderson, B.,Broners, D., Struthers, U HONORS OUARTET LindaFleynoIds UanUhs Brendaliotton - . Don Barnes Carlson, J., Mathews, J., Boone, T., O'MaIIey, B., Hall, H., Williams, T., Ward, E., Hannett, R., Hendrickson, M., Cross, B., Meeske, E. Row 4: Urcavich, G., Keith, M., Pothoff, C., Lager, T., Davis, A., Ohs, D., Barnes, D., Schultz, M., Hoffman, F., Halberg, J., Griffith, C., Christophersen, M., McMillan, C., Reynolds, L. Row I left to right, Paige, S., Kuziak, R., Reynolds, L., Kersting, N., Meyers, L., Christophersen, M., Graham, P., Smith, D. Row 2: Ohs, D., Lager, T., Pothoff, C., Nelson, W., O'MaIley, B., Hannett, R., Griffith, C. w -gf i r QWWL I " iWEn,f4iL - :M ...I-f .. ' ,., Akwk W. ., , fe a f Row l: Mrs. Rice, Benson, C., Engle, S., Noor, B., Giacabossi, J., Craig, son, S. Row 4: Bond, lVl., Garrison, D., Langeland, J., Kolmedra K Smith R., Szmandzinski,J. Row 2: Fox, J., Nlcllermed, R., Dykema, C., McNair, S., D., Lind, P., Kuziak, R,, Freye, C., Arnson, B., Poort, V. Row 5 Curow C Nleeske, E.,A'Amondt, N., Mayville, B. Row 3: Case, J., Leighton, S., Skeels, Anderson, B. lVl,, Palmer, R,, Cahill, L., Harringer, L., Wykstr, C,, Pleiness, C,, Aslack- NIASIIIUE DRAIVIATICS SCICI ETY Nlasque Dramatics Society was founded in 1939 to promote an interest in dramatlcs among the students at lVl.H.S. lVlasque members are chosen by their performance in reading a poem or doing a scene. Masque sponsors three one act plays and one three act play annually. Their three act this year was the comedy "Harvey." L H. , --.. ,M We ti C wg, itfwweg 'ff wifi at f -fe its X. 4' Wa C frm., . ,. e . Wg, - . L .. . .eager .. L , f ehtsri '21 ? f .5 J se, 2 Q r sf rt X M xg, aff S' Q 2 A5 rn' 1 ,QW rw .. . , ,wg ,i f F 'ff' ,ni we Q , yt xr 25' its 1 , F 'if J wt W Q5 R .. tt rf W NATI CINAL Tl-IESPIANS Row 1: Fox, J., Benson, C., Kuziak, R., Noor, B., Engle, S. Row 2: Mrs. Rice, Palmer, R., Craig, R. S P E E C2 H I3 U I I. D X Row 1: Topping, M., Wilks, J., Palmer, R., Myers, T. Row 2: Rader, L., Wooten, E., Wasserman, B., Ziara, T., McDermed, R., Pehm, P., Mr. Poling Row l, left to right: Cwynar, P., McDermid, J., Kieft, L., Bond, M., Mr. McFarr. Row 2: Mrs. Tool, Schweifler, S., Rubio, E., Bowman, D., Bickel, C. Row 3: Elrod, D., Neilson, K., McShannock, C., Fles, N., Forsythe, M., Hine, J-. GUHHSKY. R-. RUHCF1. J- F-'RENCI-I CLUB FRENCH-I Cl-ICIRAL. l l Row l, left to right: Mrs. Tool, Tyler, L., Gentner, G., Schmidt, J., Mr. McFarren. Row 2: Cwynar, P., Peltier, D., Rubin E., Barton, K. Row 3: Fles, N Kept, M., Shepard, E., Forsythe, M., Hine, J. SPANISH CLUB Row 1: C. Bakker, T. Vaneer. Row 2: B. Smith, I. Davis, J. Escareno. Row 3: Miss Helvie, M. Hiles. LATIN CLUB Left to right: Miss Sutton, Smrcina, B., Skidmore, J., Hubbell, A. Row 2: Bruner, IJ., McMillan, C., Shepard, E., King, K., Wawrzyniak, J. Row 3: Vos, K., Cross, K., Vos, B., Cleveland, G., Dewald, J., Kruse, B. 1. ,pq We 3 . ,K ,w an ...wind A CONCERT BAND Flutes Ct6fIl18tS KFISIIHS Andersen Alto Saxophone Alfred McCaleb Baritone Ann Mixer Barb ROSSH C0tt99h SIBFHUSKI Janet VanderKo0i Fred Royle Brian Wolffis Sue Weaver Jltt Jvhnsvn Ulahe SHOW Julie Frederickson Dave Gustin Gale Kingsley Brenda Cotton Kathie CFOSS Beth VHHHHFWHII Rhonda Jackson Steve Jeffrey Rick Hine Kay Sullivan Karen Sikkenga Pamela Drake Mike Strait Ken Kerr Tenor Saxophone Sue Hggkgr Mary Schrier Pamela DeVries . . Brian Banninga Mark Moser Joan Thompson tvhh U9GtHtt Chnstme Hagen Jerry Ashendorf Pamela Frazier Kafta R9St9thUUS9 mm Ftargett French Horn Trombone oe Sharron Wood at' yn on EEEEEEBEII Larry Blood John Carlson Janet Friend t-95t'9 tvlef Bass Clarinet R. hgd Cr . Lloyd Holdman Kurt Mundt Joy Schmidt Vickie Witherspoon 'C at S atgh Lawrence Welty Gary Nelson Bassoon Chart VHHUBFVGBD Sue DeB09r Charles Tit Bruce Wolffis Laurin Zuidema Vickie Aslakson Jean Skidmore Linda Sandin WESIEVLV 'te Greg Daniels Tom Twining Kathie Howard Patricia Straley Dana Laswell gag fggeain a John Rop George Brown 0 er I D Q Dale Pelletier Basses Mike Shannon Tim Gillette Robert Kruse Percussions Edward Kitchen Steve Fairfield John Jacobson Darrell Hodgston Dick Varela K 6 SYIVIPI-ICINIC BAND Flutes Janet Dehorn Carol Duiser Peggy Dlsen Joan McCartney Kenneth Cross Barb VanWoerkom Charlotte Peterman Ruth Karel Uboes Julie Giacobassi Paula Dumas Bassoons Linnea Meyers Charles Griffith Clarinets Kay Helms Diane Halverson John Weigand Andy Drelles Nancy Szmadzinski Patricia Klett Nancy VanRandwyk Debbie Buikema Ruth Hoisington Kathy Vinton Particia Larson Nancy Bourdo Laurel Beekman Alto Clarinet Linda Stenholm Mary Paulson Bass Clarinet Joe Szmadzinski Donna DeVries Allen Maus -W:-1 r www, Alto Sax Mikkie Ames Mike Roys Tenor Sax Sheila Pearsons Baritone Sax Muriel Fordham Comets William Fee Robert Fishel Allyn Beekman Klen Scheffels Gary Waite Andy Anderson Vincent Mish James Sparrow Linda House French Horn Robert McKinley Willard Zirk Allan DeHorn James Hallberg Baritones Michael Bell Dave Kooi Dave Kleyn Trombone James Benoit Karen Dlson William Wolters Ron Hannett Douglas Sieplinga String Bass Jim Gilbert Basses Dave Kozal Steve Blanchard Percussion Archie Blood Tom Langoni Don Parnes Jim Wurtz Lisa Medendorp Dick Vento Orchestra f Bowman, Sherry, Cahill, Linda, Carlson, Lynn, Cogsvvell, Randy, Con- Nobel, Dianne, Pelletier, Craig, Russ, lVlalcom, Schulz,Jenniler, Shreve, Wm., Thomp- nlelies, vera, Elliot, Jim, Fishel, Duane, Giaoobassi, lVlike, lille, Nlichelle, Howell, Son. Jennifer. Srniih, Linde, Tillman, Janice Vlliriz. Nadine. Vliiiiz. Greg. Vllnrielbeer, John, Hurst, Pamela, Jacobitz, Roland, Johnson, Diane, Kauh, Diane, Koday, John, Jone, C. Bleff9QHBfd- Wm F' Slanselli U- AUUBVSUHV 39C'Vi Ki Krive. A- Pnevisiek. Lawrence, Irma, Long, Leonard, Long, Yuvonne, lVlollema, Loretta, Newell, llllary, U. Fl0el0fS, B. HHlW00d, G. SI2nSBll CIRCI-IESTRA LHQIQMKHHI !Ml 162 Row 1, left to right: Stiegleman, L., Hurst, E., Decker, L., Human, R., MCN3bl19Y.T' ROW 31 lVliSh. V-. Hiza, B-. VanderMuelen. M.. Med Garrison, B. Row 2: Shrebe, D., Newville, T., Usmial, J., Melford, D., Beckley, B. ROW 42 Ziaffl. T-, KFUSB, B-. RUHCIW. J.. Allen, S. KEY CLUB ema, K, Row l, left to right: Heykoop, B., Daul, S., Fox, J., Daul, J. Row 2: Hox, Mullllarrus. Nl-, Kodav. A-. Cuuswell, C-. BHCKIBY. K- ROW 42 MVS. Ellilli. E.. Daul, J., Rust, E., Fox, L., Goodman, D. Row 3: Wood, P., Heckman, J.: Mrs. Briscoe. Nlrs. Hallberg. Nlrs. Untiedt, Mrs. Kienke. .W W4 LIBRARY CLUB Row l, left to righti Hurst, P., Phistner, C., Syperda, B., Arnson, B., llllor- gan, P., Redding, C., Reaser, R. Row 2: Antonelli, D., Holtz, L., DeBoer, A., Hatch, S., Niva, D., Brookes, S. Row 3: Bomers, C., Antonelli, Nl., Swan- son, B., Thompson, T., Wyant, C., Varela, C., Bomers, D., Stark, IVI., Van Y -TEENS Y-TEENS Any girl at lVl.H.S. is eligible to join Y-Teens. The group meets to build a fellowship of girls de- voted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians, with this realization comes better service for our school and community. Y-Teens filled Thanksgiving baskets and dressed Goodfellow dolls for Christmas this year. The girls had a slumber party at the YWCA and also spon- sored a Femme Invite. The dance, called Frosted Fantasy, was held during Christmas vacation. Krevelin, J. Row 41 Hartsema, K., Van Neer, T., Dulinsky, lVl., Rozycki, D., Jewitt, K., Nash, M., Heckman, J., Collins, G., Atkinson, G. Row 5: Hines, J., Johnson, I., Boone, S. --.. 'fi' BOOSTER CLUB Row 1, left to right: Newsome, E., Chambers, G. Collins, G., Roberts, G. Row 2: Smrcina, B., Postema, F., Pehm, P. YDUTI-I FDR CHRIST Row 1: Christophersen, M., Kooi, D., Gardner, D. Row 2: House, L., Pehm, P., Hine, J., UeVries, IJ., Poort, V Postema, L. Row 3: Escareno, J., Buikema, U., Vinton, K., Hoyle, F., Beekman, L., Uhs, D. FUTURE NURSES ASSCICIATICIN N-1' P B WSH.. iw. 1i2,g2-Q I Q I s e . Roilv 1, left to right: Jakubis, S., Basham, C., Smrcina, B. Row 2: Uaul, J., Hux, E., Postema, F., Rust, E., Daul, S., Gillette, G. Row 3: Jackson, P., Wescott, S., VanderKooi, J., Ferencsik, P., and Foy, P. FUTURE TEACI-IE RS ASSDCZIATICIIN Row 1: Olsen, K., Hurst, P., Holtz, L., Niva, D. Row 2: Christiansen, L., Milke, L., VanRandwyk, N., Arnsen, B. Row 3: Cochean, M., Hines, J., Schmidt, J., VanWoerkem, B. 'l66 of Support your Mighty BIG REDS! 00 gs rf" t ff X7 A Y. ,,i,, X txcyx will if-W5 Y - . .Z ,,f f l --vf r my ,.,,. fsgtk' I R -L'l he we fm. The girls in Carmenta worked hard to produce this clever float, l l We could really make money with a Kissing Booth! Wake me up when the meeting is over. . . Future Nurses get excellent training A CLOSER LCICIK AT CLUBS I ,QW AUTCI I3 RA P I-I 5 inlvlnrfif' gr .A xx 'dx ' x.4f N5 -. W ai' !f ' E . f 1 . - . ,Y - . Z k .h I X' 1..ak 5 ' Q 11. 1 1 .Q "Ks ' . 'V I x 'Fx . g I 1 -,F E ' ' 'x-..-'-,xnv-Y,--.Al x A I ,A ,.., .... J-' 1 . . 2 X 3-'Q H-qv -gb, Ke A-wa rf , 5 -, Q 3 Q - 1 . 1 3 . A i : 5 'S '. . I., E 1 3 ' 'ig A ' 'if-X 5 A ' KEQX . ' D If 1 I 0 Q .' Q iff: .K KA,. I Q ' fag H f ? F-ff iy ,A 1 2 X S A- 91 tg QM gi I .,,..-- -V A jf , . .- u, wi 4 , , L 2,4 vs . 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Studies G Gagnon, Bonnie Activities: Choir Course: General Majors: Business, English, Home Economics Galbreath, Lonnie Activities: Co-op Course: College Prep Majors: Business, English, Soc, Studies Gallup, Louise Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Science Gardner, Theresa Activities: Future Secretaries Course: Business Majors: Business, English Garrison, Diane Activities: Latin Club, Y-Teens, Ski Club, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Carmenta Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Gavin, Licious Activities: Bowling Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies Gee, Alfred Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, English Gerst, Joanne Activities: Gymnastics Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Gomez, Daniel Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Goryl, Art Activities: Band Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Graham, Patricia Industrial Activities: Senior Girls', Girl's Choir, A Capella, Future Teachers, Carmenta Madrigalians-Sec. Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Grant, Rhonda Activities: Future Nurse's Club, Co-op Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Science, English, Soc. Studies Grant, Tom Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Grantsynn, Robert Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Science Graves, Michael Course: College Prep Majors: English, Science, Math Green, James Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Greer, Delton Course: General Majors: English, Printing Greer, Elton Course: General Majors: Printing, English Greiner, Terry Activities: Y-Teens Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Grevel, Janis Activities: Co-op Course: Business Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Griffith, Charles ' I Activities: Speech Guild, Ski Club, Pro-Musica, Student Council, Honor-s Duartet-Alternate, A Capella, Madrigalrans, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, French Club, Junior-Senior Prom Chairman, Freshman Class Pres. Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Music Groeneveld, Mary A ' Activities: G.A.A,, Junior Tea, Said and Done, Senior Girls', Co-op, Future Secretaries Course: Business Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Guerrero, Virginia Activities: Co-op Course: Business Majors: Soc. Studies, Business, English Gustafson, Brian I Activities: Student Council, Varsity Club, Golf, Hi-Y, Senior Class Float Chairman Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Guthrie, Jean Course: General l Majors: Soc. Studies, Civics, English H Hagen, Tom Activities: Key Club Course: College Prep I Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Science Hall, Steve Activities: Co-op, Bowling, Camera Club Course: Business Majors: English. Business Halverson, Diane Activities: Latin Club-Parle., Science Seminar, Pro-Musica, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Head Librarian-Band Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies, Science, Music Halverson, Ronald Activities: Football, Gun Safety Course: General Majors: Agriculture, English Hansen, William Activities: Said and Done Course: General Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Hanson, Tyamie Activities: Dance Club, Camera Club Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, English, Home Economics Harkness, Peggy Course: Business Majors: English, Business Harris, Joyce Course: General Majors: English, Home Economics, Soc. Studies Harryman, James McCall Course: General Majors: English, Art, Gym Hart, Mary Jane Activities: Co-op Course: Business Majors: English, Business, Soc. Studies Hartman, Tom Course: Team Teaching Majors: Science, Math, English, Soc. Studies Hartsema, Kathy Activities: Marching Band, Majorettes, Y-Teens-Sec., Ski Club, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Pro-Musica, Student Council, Senate-Hist. Parle. Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Harvey, Eugene Activities: Varsity Club, Student Council, Hi-Y Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Hatch, Linda Activities: G.A.A., Work Study, Gymnastics Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Hatch, Sharon Activities: Carmenta, Y-Teens, Senior Girls Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies i Hathaway, Winston Activities: Cross Country, Band, Track Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Soc. Studies, English Hayes, Wayne Activities: Basketball, Student Council Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies Heckman, Janet I A Activities: Library Club, Y-Teens, Senior Girls' Course: College Prep A Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Music Helms, Kay Activities: Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Orch Guild, Senate Course: Team Teaching Majors: Music, English, Soc. Studies, Math Hemmick, Wheatley Activities:,Student Faculty Relations Committee Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies Heneveld, Mary estra, Pro-Musica, Speech Activities: Y-Teens, French Club, Ski Club-Sec., Student Council-Execu- tive-Board, JuniorTea, Nat'l Honors Society, Keyhole, Senior Class Officer, Senior Class Float Chairman, Chronical School Page Editor Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies Henry, Carol Activities: Carmenta, Forensics, Gymnastics, Spanish Club-Pres., Radio Class Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Hentschel, Mel Course: General Majors: Industrial Hewitt, Susan Course: Business Majors: Business, English Hicks, Archie 4 Activities: Basketball, Football Course: Business Majors: Soc. Studies, English Hiles, Michelle Activities: Orchestra, Girl's Choir, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Speech Guild, Forensics Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Hodges, Edward Activities: Varsity Club, Ski Club, Cross Country, Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Hoekenga, Carol Activities: Human Relations Committee Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Hoffman, Glenn Track, Keyhole Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Latin Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Music Holdridge, Ardie Course: General Majors: English, Home Economics Holmes, Bob Activities: Co-op Course: General Majors: Mechanical, English Holst, Ron Course: Mechanical Majors: Auto Mechanics, English j 20 l 5 Holtz, Linda Activities: Said and Done, Future Teachers-Sec., Y-Teens, Latin Club- Vice-Pres. Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Business Hosler, Dennis Course: Business Majors: Soc. Studies, English House, Linda Activities: Cheerleading, Student Council, National Honors Society, Y.F.C., Carmenta-Vice-Pres., Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Booster Club, G.A.A., Junior Class Treas. Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Science, Math, Soc. Studies Houseman, Roger Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Howard, Robin Activities: Football, Varsity Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Howell, John Activities: Student Council-Treas., Orchestra, Pro'Musica, Tennis, Ke hole-Sports Editor, Orchestra-Vice-Pres. Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies Huff,ISandra I Activities: Latin Club, Future Accountants, Future Secretaries Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies Huffman, Dana Activities: Student Council Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English, Science Hulbert, Patrick Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Science Hurst, Pam Activities: Y-Teens-Sergeant-at-Arms, Nat'l Honors Society, Orchestra, Future Teachers, Senior Girls', Student Council Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Science Huston, Kenneth Activities: Football Course: General Majors: English, Auto Mechanics J Janowiak, Rae Ann Activities: Girl's Choir Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Jenkins, Lloyd Course: Technical Majors: Math, Soc. Studies, Science, Machine Shop Jensen, Jay Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math y. Jensen, Jerry Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Jewett, Mark I Activities: Baseball, Football, Hockey, Varsity Club Course: General I Majors: Soc. Studies, Industrial Arts, English Johnson, David E. Course: College Prep I Majors: English, Math, Drafting, Soc. Studies Johnson, David L. Course: General I Majors: Electronics, English Johnson, Harold Activities: Co-op Course: College Prep I Majors: Drafting, English, Soc. Studies Johnson, lrene Activities: Y-Teens, Senior Girl's, Human Relations Committee Course: Business I I Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Johnson, Lyn Activities: Varsity Club, Football, Track Course: College Prep I Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Science, Math Johnston, Diane Activities: Orchestra, Y.F.C. Course: General Majors: English, Math, Business Jones, John D. Course: Business I I Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Jonsson, Margareta Activities: Senate, Ski Club, Exchange Student Course: College Prep Majors: English K Kaminski, Mike Course: Industrial I Majors: Auto Mechanics, English Karkosky, James I I Activities: Football, Baseball, Varsity Club, Ski Club Course: General I Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Keay, Jeffrey Activities: Baseball, Human Relations Committee, Boy's State, Varsity Club-Vice-Pres., Ski Club Course: Team Teaching I Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies Keck, Mardella I Activities: Y-Teens, Carmenta, Girl's Choir Course: College Prep I Majors: English, Soc. Studies Football, Wolverine Keenan, Clarence Activities: Basketball Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, Industrial, English Keith, Michael Activities: A Capella, Hockey Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Kelsey, Mabel Activities: Booster Club, Girl's Choir, Human Relations Committee Course: General Majors: English Kendrew, Ruth Activities: French Club, Future Nurse's, Y-Teens Course: College Prep Majors: English, French Kenebrew, Ella Activities: Human Relations Committee, Y-Teens, F.B.L.A., Student Council, Future Nurse's Course: Business E Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Kenney, Marv Activities: Football- Co-Captain, Basketball, Track, Varsity Club - Sergeant- at-Arms Course: College Prep Majors: English, Science Kenniston, Frank Course: College Prep Majors: English, Printing, Soc. Studies Kersting, Nan Activities: Senate, A Capella, Y-Teens, Madrigalians, Senior Girls' Course: Business Majors: Business, English, Soc, Studies Kesteloot, Betty Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Home Economics, Choir Kieft, Barbara Course: Business Majors: Business, Soc. Studies, English Kinnucan, Carol Activities: Canaries, Carmenta, Junior Tea, Nat'l Honors Society Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc, Studies Kittel, Therese Activities: Student Council, Chorus, Co-op Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Klett, Pat Activities: Y,F.C., Girl's Choir, Marching Band, Symphonic Band Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Koday, John Activities: Orchestra, Camera Club Course: General Majors: English, Orchestra, Math, Architectural Drawing Kolbe, Michael Activities: Football, Track Course: General Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Kolmodin, Kenneth Activities: Human Relations Committee, Hi-Y, Y.F.C. Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Science, English, Soc. Studies Kool, David Activities: Band-Vice-Pres., YFC-Pres., Key Club, Pro-Musica, Tennis Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Science, Band Kotrich, June Course: Business Majors: English, Typing, Soc. Studies Kracht, John Course: General Majors: English, Drafting Kramer, Donn Course: General I Majors: English, Machine Shop, Soc. Studies, Math Kuberski, Peggy . v Activities: G.A.A., Junior Tea, Carmenta, Cheerleader, Latin Club, Senior Girls' Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc, Studies Kulicamp, Dennis Activities: Latin Club-Pres., Nat'l Honors Society, Cross Country Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies, Latin Kuziak, Ruthalyce Activities: Carmenta-Pres., A Capella, Madrigalians, Ski Club, Masque, Thespians, Senior Girls', Junior Tea, Y-Teens, Girl's Choir, School Play Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies L Lager, Tom Activities: A Capella, Madrigalians Course: General Majors: Math, English Lang, Robert Course: Business Majors: Printing, Bookkeeping, Soc. Studies Lange,-Charlene Activities: Student Council, Future Nurses, Y-Teens, Majorettes, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Cherokettes, Senate Course: College Prep Majors: Soc. Studies, English Langeland, Janet Activities: Nat'l Honors Society-Sec., Carmenta-Sec., Exchange Student to Finland, Student Council-Hist., G.A.A., Junior Tea, Ski Club, Masque, Cheerleader, Synchronized Swimming, Team Teaching, Y-Teens, Senior Class Sec. Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, Science, English, Soc. Studies Langlois, Phillip Course: Vocational Majors: English, Industrial Langoni, Tom Activities: Marching Band, Student Council, Stage Band, Orchestra, Sym- phonic Band Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Laskoski, Dan Activities: Basketball, Baseball-Capt., Varsity Club-Sec., Wolverine Boy's State, Nat'l Honors Society Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies, Science Lawitzke, Diane Activities: Keyhole, A Capella, Senior Girls' Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Lawrence, Sharon Course: Business I 4 D Majors: English, Business, Soc. Studies, Home Economics Lawson, Herbert Course: General Majors: English Leighton, Steve Activities: Masque, Hi-Y, Human Relations Committee Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Lewis, Carolyn Activities: Y-Teens, Future Nurses Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Home Economics Lewis, Lessie Course: Business Majors: English, Home Economics, Soc. Studies Lind, Pete Activities: Track, Masque, Science Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc, Studies Lind, Alice Activities: Y-Teens Course: College Prep Majors: English Math Lofquist, Sharon Activities: Senior Girls', Junior Tea, Carmenta, Future Secretaries, Co-op Course: Business Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Loss, Nona Activities: Choir, Girl's Glee Club, Girl's Select Choir Course: Business Majors: English Lubbers, Barbara Activities: Y-Teens, Y.F.C. Course: Business Majors: English, Business, Soc. Studies Luhmann, Mary Activities: Girl's Choir, G.A.A., Future Teacher's, Synchronized Swimming Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math M McCartney, Joan McConnell, Mary Activities: Said and Done, Y-Teens Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Home Economics McUermed, Janis Acgvitgies: Senior Girls', Y-Teens, Future Teacher's, Pro-Musica, Marching an Course: Business Majors: Typing, English, Soc. Studies McKee, Roger Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies McKinley, Robert Activities: Band-Pres., Orchestra, Golf Team, man Attendant Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, Science, English, Soc, Studies McNair, James Activities: Baseball Course: General Majors: English, Social Studies McPherson, Patty Course: General Majors: English McRae, Lawrence Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies McTaggart, Jim Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Business Mabrey, Janice Activities: Synchronized Swimming, Drama Course: General Majors: Home Ec., English, Soc. Studies McNab, Dan Course: General Majors: Drafting, English Maggert, Danora Activities: Y-Teens, Student Council lAlternatej Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Maleski, Barbara Ann Activities: Future Secretary's Club, Y-Teens, Dec Course: Business Majors: English, Social Studies, Business Mangold, Carolyn Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Marshall, Janice Activities: Co-op Course: Business Majors: Business, Soc. Studies, English Martinez, Betty Activities: Spanish Club Course: General Majors: English, Spanish, Soc. Studies Matthews, John Walter Homecoming Court, Fresh ca Club, Ski Club Activities:Symphonicand Marching Bands-Secretary, Junior Tea, Campus Activities: A-Capella Choir, Madrigallians, Y.F.C.-Vice-Pres., Student Keyhole, Senate, Pro-Musica, Debate, Human Relations Committee Course: Team Teaching l Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Council, Big Red Indian Course: College Prep 4 Majors: English, Math, Science Mattson, Marsha Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English Maus, Allen Activities: Band Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Maxwell, Margaret Course: Business Majors: English, Home Economics Maynard, Gloria g Activities: Said and Done Staff-Asst. Faculty Editor Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Art Medendorp, Lisa Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Pro-Musica, Masque, Dramat- ics Society Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Art Mell, H. Allan I Activities: Football, Varsity Club-Chairman Course: General Majorsi English, Soc. Studies Merle, Beverly Course: College Prep ' Majors: Soc. Studies, Business, English Mendez, Christina Activities: Spanish Club Course: General V Majors: Soc. Studies, Language, English Meyers, Linnea 1 Activities: Senate, Ski Club, Pro-Musica Course: College Prep I Majors: Music, English, Soc. Studies Mezynski, Valerie Course: College Prep Majors: Soc. Studies, English Miletich, Emilie Activities: Future Secretaries' Course: Business Majors: English Misze, Frank Activities: Co-op Course: Industrial Arts Majors: English, Electronics, Soc. Studies Mitchell, Johnnie Course: General Majors: Soc. Study, English Mitchell, Marsha Activities: Girl's Choir, G.A.A, Course: General Majors: English, Home Economics, Business, Soc. Studies Mitchell, Pamela Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Mixer, Scott Thomas Activities: National Honor Society-President, Student Council, Key Club, Ski Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Science Mole, Marilyn Activities: Future Nurses, Canary Project at Hackley Hospital, Future Teach- ers, Teaching Project At Bunker Course: College Prep Majors: Science, Math, English Mollitor, Charlene Activities: Y-Teens, Future Nurses, Co-op, Junior Tea Course: General Majors: Science, Soc. Studies, English Montalvo, Maria Activities: G.A.A. Course: General Majors: English, Science, Soc. Studies, Art Moore, Lynn Activities: Y-Teens, Carmenta-Corresponding Secretary, Ski Club, Junior Tea Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Morgan, Pam Activities: Marching Band, Majorette, Y-Teens-Secretary, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Pro-Musica, Senate-Treasurer, Student Council Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Morin, Dale Course: General Majors: English Morse, Verne Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Mundt, Michael Course: General Majors: English, Business Muskovin, Richard Activities: Cross Country, Varsity Club Course: Pretechnical Majors: English, Industrial Arts Myers, Carole Course: General Majors: English, Business Myrmel, Alise Activities: Keyhole, Masque, National Honors Society, Co-op Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies N Nelski, John Activities: Little Red Football, Student Council Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Science, Math Nesburg, Edwin Course: General Majors: Industrial Arts, English, Math Newville, Penny Course: Business Majors: English, Typing Nielsen, Ellen Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Niva, Debbie Activities: Senior Girls', Y-Teens, Future Teacher's-Treasurer, Co-op Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Business Nobes, Gale Activities: Camera Club-President, Speech Guild, Said and Done Photog- rapher Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Noor, Elizabeth Activities: Masque-President, Senate, Senior Girls', Thespians, Y-Teens Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, French Norris, John Course: Team Teaching Majors: English O Olsen, Ann Activities: French Club, Y-Teens, Student Council-Historian and Secretary, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Carmenta-Parliamentarian, National Honors Society, Pro-Musica, Freshman and Junior ClassMVice-Pres. Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, Soc. Studies, Science, English Olsen, Pat Course: General - Majors: English, Home Economics Olson, Karen I g I Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Pro-Musica, Future Teachers -Pres., National Honors Society, Senior Girls', Student Council Course: College Prep ' I Majors: Science, Math, English, Soc. Studies, Music O'Malley, Robert I 4 Activities: Football, Baseball, Madrigalians, A'Cappella, Ski Club, Varsity Club Course: College Prep A Majors: Math, Social Science, English Ostling, Debbie Activities: Student Council, Carmenta-Sgt.-at-Arms, Y-Teens, Future Teach- ers-Treasurer, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Campus Keyhole Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math P Pace, Roosevelt Activities: Track, Football Course: Pretechnical l Majors: English, Day Trade, Electronics Paige, Susan Activities:Y-Teens, Ski Club, Future Teacher's, G.A.A., Senior Class Treasurer Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Parker, Jean Activities: Senate, Future Teacher's, Senior Girls' Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Soc, Studies, English, Home Economics Parrish, Terry Course: General Majors: English Patterson, Dorothy Course: General Majors: Science, English, Home Economics Paull, Mary Ellen Activities: Carmenta, Ski Club, Senior Girls', Junior Tea, Marching Band, Student Council, Keyhole Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies Paulson, Mary Activities: French Club-Treasurer, Senate-Secretary, Marching Band, Senior Girls', Pro-Musica, Campus Keyhole Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Pearson, Linda Course: Business Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Pelletier, Craig L. Activities: Ski Club, Varsity Club, Track, Orchestra-Pres. Course: College Prep. Majors: Math, English Peltier, Deborah Activities: A Capella, Girl's Choir Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, English Pennington, Salley Activities: Gymnastics, Radio St T.V. Class Course: General Majors: Soc, Studies, English Peter, Craig Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English, Science Peters, Shelley Activities: Senior Girls', Ski Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Science, Math, Soc. Studies Peterson, Lois Activities: Y-Teens, Co-op Course: Business Majors: Soc, Studies, English, Business Peterson, William Activities: Hockey Course: Vocational Majors: Industrial Arts, English Peterson, Cynthia L. Activities: Senior Girls', Y-Teens, Senate, A Cappella, Future Nurses Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Science, English Phipps, Margo Course: Business Majors: English, Home Economics, Soc. Studies, Business Pierce, Carol Activities: Y-Teens, Future Teachers' Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Pierce, Steve Course: General E A Majors: Soc. Studies, Business, English Poel, Mike J. Course: Pretechnical ' Majors: Industrial Arts, English Pohl, Dan Activities: Intramural Sports Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Potts, Terry Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Drafting, English Price, Stan Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, History, Math, Science Pringle, William Course: General Majors: English Puranen, Tuula Activities: Exchange Student Course: College Prep Majors: English R Raby, Marian Activities: Y-Teens, Future Secretaries' Course: Business Majors: English, Typing, Soc, Studies Raley, William lJedl Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Rameau, Jonathan Course: Pretechnical Majors: English, Math Rasey, Thomas Activities: Co-op Course: Technical Majors: Drafting, English Ray, Velester Course: Pretechnical Majors: English, Industrial Arts Raynor, Kenneth Activities: Tutor System Committee, National Honors Society Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Science, Math Reece, Rickey Activities: Human Relations Committee, Talent Show Course: Business Majors: English, Business Reynolds, Linda Activities: A Cappella, Madrigalians-Treasurer, Honors' Uuartet Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Rhodea, Kathy Activities: Future Secretaries', Future Accountants Course: Business I Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Ritcheske, Robert Activities: Basketball, Cross Country, Track, National Honors Society, Key Club, Varsity Club, Masque, Masque Play Course: College Prep I Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies Ritter, Diana Activities: Co-op Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Roberts, Gilda Activities: Human Relations Committee, Booster Club, Girl's Choir, Co-op Y-Teens Course: Business . Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Rogers, Joan Activities: Y-Teens, Speech Club, Human Relations Committee Course: College Prep Majors: English, Social Studies Rollins, Ron Course: General Majors: Industrial Arts, English Romans, Pat Activities: Band, Gymnastics Course: College Prep Majors: Soc. Studies, English Roys, Michael Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Masque, Pep Band, Stage Band Course: College Prep Majors: Soc. Studies, English Rozycki, Linda Activities: Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Booster Club, Carmenta, Junior Tea Senior Girls', Student Council Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Rundle, Clyde Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Rust, Elizabeth Activities: Future Nurses-Secretary, Library Club Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies Rutz, Patricia Activities: National Honors Society, Carmenta, Jun Pro-Musica, Ski Club-Vice-Pres., Marching Band Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Science, Soc. Studies S Sampson, Jim Course: General Majors: English, Industrial Arts, Soc. Studies ior Tea, Senior Girls Sanders, Luveda Course: General Majors: English Sands, Julie Activities: Student Council-Committee Chairman, French Club, Human Re- lations Council-Sec.-Treas., Senior Girls', Junior Tea Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Santose, Roger Activities: Reserve Football Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English Scheffels, Klen Activities: Track, Stage Band, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Marching Band, Pro-Musica Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies Scholl, Linda Activities: Girl's Glee Club, Senior High Choir, Girl's Choir, Co-op Course: Business Majors: English, Business Schrere, Dave Activities: Key Club-Vice-Pres., National Honor's Society Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, Science, English, Soc. Studies Schuler, James Course: General Majors: English, Industrial Arts Schulz, Jenifer Activities: Orchestra, Philosophy Club, Cosmopolitan Club Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, English Schultz, Mark Activities: A Cappella Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Schweifler, Ed Course: Vocational Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Electronics Seelman, Barbara Activities: Future Nurse's Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Sepsey, Charles Activities: Key Club, Golf Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Science Shafer, Marlene ' Activities: Future Secretaries Course: Business Majors: English, Business Shafer, Tim Course: General Majors: English, Typing, Soc. Studies Shannon, Margie Activities: Future Nurse's, Pro-Musica Course: College Prep Majors: Math, English Sheathelm, Carmen Activities: Keyhole - Editor-in-Chief, Carmenta - Sergeant-at-Arms, Nat'l Honors Society-Historian, A Cappella, Future Teacher's-Hist., Speech Guild-Parle., Ski Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Shepard, Evelyn Activities: French Chorale-Sergeant-at-Arms, Latin Club-Pres., Nat'l Honor's Society, Philosophy Club Course: Team Teaching Majors: Latin, Science, English, Math, Soc. Studies Shreve, Clinton Activities: Hi-Y, Marching Band, Stage Band Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Siemen, Carole Activities: Girl's Choir, Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Gymnastics Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies Simmons, Oarlcy Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Foreign Languages Simmons, Kenneth Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, English Singleton, Jeanette Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Singleton, Sue Activities: Junior Tea, Senior Girls', Y-Teens, Homecoming Court+Senior Attendant Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Siperly, John Course: General Majors: English Slater, Phyllis Activities: A Cappella Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Smedes, Steve Course: Team Teaching Majors: Soc. Studies, Math, Science, English Smith, Dianne Activities: Marching Band, Y.F.C., Concert Band, Pro-Musica, A Cappella- Vice-Pres., Madrigalians, Masque Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Smith, Jean Activities: Girl's Choir, Carmenta, Y-Teens, Student Faculty Relations Com- mittee, Senior Girls'-Chairman Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Smith, Steve Activities: Football Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Smrcina, Rebecca Activities: Future Nurse's-Pres., Cosmopolitan Club, Latin Club-Hist. and Parle., Orchestra, Student Council Course: College Prep Majors: Latin, English Soltess, Ross Activities: Track, Cross Country, Varsity Club Course: Team Teaching Majors: Soc. Studies, English, Latin, Math Sparkling, Lonnie Course: General Majors: English Spoelman, Janice Activities: G.A.A., Future Accountants, Co-op Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Spyke, Frank Course: General Majors: Drafting, English St. Amour, Gary Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Music, Industrial Arts Stanton, Pam Activities: Student Council-Vice-Pres., French Club-Sec'y., Booster Club, Homecoming Chairman Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, French Stapel, Joe Activities: Varsity Club, Football, Student Council Course: College Prep Majors: English, Science St. Denis, Michele Activities: Tennis, Booster Club, Ski Club Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies Stein, Kaye Course: General Majors: English, Home Economics Stenholm, Linda Activities: Senate-Vice-Pres., Symphonic Band Musica, Junior Tea Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Sternberg, Mark Course: College Prep Majors: English, Science, Math, Soc. Studies Stoneburner, Betty Activities: Said and Done, G.A.A. Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Home Economics Stout, Ron Activities: Football, Track, Varsity Club, Key Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Stott, Barb Course: General Majors: English, Home Economics Strait, Shirley Course: Business Majors: English, Typing, Soc. Studies Strait, Thomas Course: Industrial Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Auto Mechanics Strom, Kenneth Activities: Football Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Sullivan, Lynne Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Sutherland, Christine Activities: Y-Teens, Marching Band, Senior Girls', Course: Team Teaching Majors: Soc, Studies, Math, Science, English Marching Band, Pro- Junior Tea Sutton, Christine Activities: Carmenta, Senior Girls', Junior Tea, Girl's Choir, Y-Teens, Fu- ture Teachers Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Swartz, Linda Course: General Majors: English, Typing Syperda, Brenda Activities: Senate-Sergeant-at-Arms, Y-Teens-Vice-Pres., Ski Club, Syn- chronized Swimming, Senior Girls', Junior Tea, Student Council Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies Szmadzinski, Joe Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Stage Band, Student Council- Pres., Masque, Thespians, Key Club, Pro-Musica, Junior Class Sec. Course: College Prep Majors: Science, Music, English Szost, Rita Course: General Majors: English, Home Economics T Thaler, Michael Course: Industrial Majors: Automotive, English Therrian, Beverly Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, English, Math, Home Economics Theus, Curley Course: General Majors: English Thompson, Jennifer Activities: Orchestra, A Cappella, Girl's Choir Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Thornberg, Gary Course: Industrial Majors: English, Math, Machine Shop, Soc. Studies Tierman, Norman Activities: Tennis Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Science Topping, Marc Activities: Speech Guild-Vice-Pres., Masque Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Science Townsend, Judy Activities: Girl's Glee Club, Girl's Choir, Future Secretaries, Co-op Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Townsend, Linda Course: College Prep Majors: Science, Math, English, Soc. Studies Traweek, Deena Activities: Speech Guild, Girl's Choir-Pres., Forensics, Carmenta, Student Council Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Tyler, Ken Varboncoeur, Sharri Course: Business 1 Activities: Co-op, Future Secretaries, Band, Pro-Musica Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Vedders, James Activities: Cross Country, Varsity Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math U Veurink, Richard Course: Business Majors: Business, Soc. Studies, Retail Merchandising, Industrial Arts Viherjuuri, Mikko llmari Unwin, Thomas Activities: Exchange Student Course: College Prep Course: College Prep Majros: Math, English, Soc. Studies Majors: English Urcavich, Joseph Vinton, Kathy Activities: Basketball, Band, Masque, Uramatics, Key Club Activities: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Senate, National Honors So Course: College Prep ciety, Y.F.C., Pro-Musica Majors: Soc. Studies, English Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Science Usmial, John Activities: Football-Captain, Key Club, Track, Varsity Club, Homecoming Vos, William R. King Activities: Football, Varsity Club, Baseball Course: College Prep Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Art Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Art Vulgaris, Perry Course: General Majors: English V Van Bemmelen, Sue Activities: Y-Teens, Little Red Alternate Cheerleader, Junior Tea, Senior Tea, Senior Girls'-Treasurer, Carmenta W Course: College Prep Majors: English, Spanish, Soc. Studies Vanderberg, Phil - - - . - Walker, Robert Sgmggegbgggstgregluh' Sk' Club Activities: Eootbgll, Track, and Varsity Club 4 . - - ourse: o ege rep Majors. English, Math, Soc. Studies Maims: English' SOC, Studies VanlJerHoeven, Ray : Activities: Said and Done, Campus Keyhole Waikef- Sh'f'9V Course: Business l V lSgL':Qg',95bR6geAPrep Majors. Soc. Science, English, Business Maims: English' Soc' Studies Vander Kooi, Donald . Course: General Wa?5efma"'.Uenn'5 Majors: Woodworking, English Activities: Hi-Y-Secretary-Treasurer Course: Business Vander Kooi, Ronald Majors: English, Business, Soc. Studies Course: Industrial I H Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Printing Wasserman, William Activities: Spring Play, Hi-Y-President, Speech Guild Vanderwest, Lois COIUSSZ COUSQS PTSD I I Activities: Synchronized Swimming, Gymnastics, Senior Girls', Library Club, Majors: Science, Math, English, Soc. Studies Carmenta Course: Business Wafhen. Robert Majors: Soc. Studies, Business, English Course: General' A I Majors: Mechanical Drawing, English VanGilder, Robert Course: College Prep WHUS.-DUUBIU I Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Activities: Basketball, Track, Choir Course: General VanNeer, Tessa Majors: English, Soc. Studies Activities: G.A.A., Spanish Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Y-Teens-Publicity Chairman Weatherly, Cathy Course: Team Teaching COUFSSI BUSINESS Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Majors: English, SOC. Studies Weaver, Sue Ann Activities: Marching Band, Pro-Musica, Concert Band, Science Seminar Course: College Prep Majors: Soc. Studies, Science, Math, English, Latin Wedell, Thomas Activities: Said and Done, Camera Club-President Course: College Prep Majors: English, Architectural Drawing Weirich, Renee Activities: Little Reds Cheerleader, Student Council, Junior Tea, Senior Girls' Course: Team Teaching Majors: Math, English, Soc. Studies Wesley, Shirley Activities: Y-Teens Course: Business Majors: English, Home Economics West, Nancy Activities: Synchronized Swimming Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Science Westcomb, Harold Course: General Majors: Art, English Westerlind, Sandra Activities: Future Nurses, Y-Teens Course: Business Majors: Soc. Studies, Business, English Weston, Sharon Activities: Bowling Club Course: Business Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math, Science White, Kenneth Activities: Football, Track, Concert Band, Varsity Club, Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Math Wierengo, Chuck Activities: Hockey Team-Captain, Hi-Y, Booster Club Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Business Wilkins, Pamela Activities: Booster Club, Y-Teens, Future Nurses Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Willer, Joe Course: Industrial Majors: English, Machine Shop Willia'ms, Lawrence Course: College Prep Majors: Math, Science, English Williams, Marcia Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Speech Willis, Princis Course Business Majors: Soc. Studies, English, Home Economics Wilson, Bill Course: General Majors: Electronics, English, Soc. Studies Wlodkowski, Kathy Activities: Library Club Course: Business Majors: English, Business, Soc. Studies Carmenta, Y-Teens, Hi-Y Wojciechowski, Evelyn Course: Business Majors: Soc. Studies, English, Business Wolfe, Pamela Activities: Y-Teens, Debate, Dramatics, Senate, Senior Girls Pro Musica Marching Band Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math Wolffis, Charlene Course: Business D Majors: Home Economics, Business, Soc. Studies, English Wolffis, Karen Activities: Cheerleader, Carmenta, Ski Club, Sr. Attendant For Homecoming Masque Course: College Prep Majors: English, Soc. Studies Workman, Carol Activities: Ski Club-Vice-Pres. and Treas,, G.A.A., Synchronized Swimming Student Council, Carmenta-Historian, Senior Girls', Big Red Cheerlead ing, Senior Class-Parliamentarian Course: Team Teaching Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Workman, Robert Activities: Baseball Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies Woudstra, Charles Activities: Co-op Course: College Prep Majors: English, Math, Soc. Studies Wynbelt, Pete Activities: Co-op Course: College Prep Majors: Business, English, Soc. Studies Y Young, David A. Activities: Football, Varsity Club, Track Course: College Prep Majors: Soc. Studies, English, Business Z Zahrt, Sue Ellen Activities: Co-op Course: General Majors: English, Soc. Studies, Home Economics, Math Zarnas, Connie Course: General Majors: Soc. Studies, Art, Home Economics, English Zuidema, Laurin Activities: Marching Band, Concert Band Course: College Prep Majors: Soc, Studies, English, Science wwf A, ,- we r . As the students of Muskegon High School face graduation, they also face the end of a road of hard work and many good times. These students will leave a part of themselves here, but more important, they will take the foundation of their education with them. It is to these people, the students of M.H.S. that this yearbook is dedicated, for they have started to ascend the Steps Up To Education. .- i 'wi s 1 I ' ,ss fl ' h ' 55. ,L .f Q, , . 2 my R , l gf' 'ffN fg:4'ffli 3 W i in ' M A 7g fl ii X 4 K3 NL: 2? 25 f , tl - 1 3,1 ' fg Q ' K i W. f W I-iw' X "w:,1?2 2' fs' W In mf M-T 'K J gg Vf lA'i1?frT,+w15 il E if l ,g1zg? : if 1? S5422 ' in ' 1 asf , m . , ,Y W1 'nvffigg f 33, I ' lm ll' an ua 7 WW ,. ' 1 L HMM . ., J M, wp, ,LN f fr A-. ,Q 01141, A -,gy M J N . 2 5 ' A 4, if 7 .+ , , 51 T' . We . - .rt ,,, I, ., fx , 1 el 'u i' W Q A 1. Nl. X? an-ann faf at r eese l , , w l . , in V A I K -W .Ms -1 3 Z y' I - BUILDING During the summer one of the oldest buildings on the campus will be torn down. The students will always remember the J-Building for the many hours spent there. lr, it me ls, H e I ,J L 5 .W 1 is ttf? if Ei if 5, ir or , ,mf W -A-zum x Q S. CANIPIJ MANY ANGLES Q1 S F R Cl Nl E! E. li small uw uni , , ,Vb 1 V f : 1 y MV I--I I--I ll 1 gun null '-ii-if-U1 3,5552 V 0 in l l A "J A vm nf xr +V ""-' ww , V. rx -'-1 my .. ,Susanna X N ,K , Q : A- '-4, , I 'wx My ,,, 219 1 Jia rm- H ' ' ' UVE BETIER , EURKBllY 9 6-if-'Q I YN V Af . 4 x Wk s B' I 5 Q H I Wd ? "9f'Wi5 3 E Y 2 M i MTM Z I 2 X Q , , . ,. ,, -I., ' A Liv: Il .Z .Q 3 K , 1 A, an f m a Ulf I ,,4lL--Y ff-15214 71" 55 V .iafinf W L f E! 1 r N , 221 For Flowers Call Wagenmakers Your Friendly Florist Phone PR 3-3502 1238 Apple Ave. Congratulations Class of '67 Enjoy 8 channel T.V. with cable T.V. Plus F.M. music weather information channel "There's more to see on cable T.V." Muskegon Cable T.V. 857 Terrace St. Muskegon, Michigan James Daly, Mgr. PETE'S Shoe Box "Shoes for all the family Ioin the Lucky 13 Club l500 Getty St. Cougratulattous to the Graduates of 1967 "Life is rtot so short but that there ts always time for courtesy. Ralph Waldo Emerson Campbell, Wycint, cmd Cannon Foundry lnc. Division of Textron, Inc. Congratulations to the Class of 1967 THE SUUARE Stanley Payng Carmen Dykema approves A1 Me11's Plumbing and Heating choice of sweaters at The Square Ryke's Bakery Home of Butter Cookies Birthday, party, and wedding cakes 367 Lorch St. Near Wood St. Hasper E Save Mor Markets Now 6 convenient locations Save two ways: Low, low prices and S 8: H Green Stamps LARRY STOUT-new owner of VANITY BEAUTY SCHOOL 1137 Third St. PA 8-8379 !Across from Motson Olds? CHADDOCK, WINTERS AND ALBERTS "Serving the needs of Greater Muskegon for over half cz century Suite 300 in Nat'l Lumberman's Bank 722-2661 1 ' PA 2-1606 is . 296 Western Ave., Muskegon Two other convenient locations Grand Haven and Whitehall LAKESHORE PRINTING AND PAPER PRODUCTS Social, Business and Professional Printing Marshall Van Riper, Owner 3023 Henry Street at Sherman 739-8210 Roosevelt Park Muskegon, Michigan BOS FLORAL HOUSE 1333 Apple PL 3-3264 Quality and Service in Flowers Best Wishes to the 1967 Class JIM COSCARELLI Pere Marquette Park Phone 755-1461 "WorId's Best Pizzas" 4 RUNZEL PHARMACY 1965 Lakeshore Dr. Free Prescription Delivery Wheelchairs - Crutches - Canes Rental or Sale FAMOUS BRANDS To The Class of 1967 The future of America is in your hands. The following years will bring many challenging days - meet them head on, We are sure you will come out on top. "Your Store of the FUTURE" DEPARTMENT STORE Muskegon Heights, Michigan COLE'S BAKERY Man's progress is measured by his ability to substitute machinery for his own muscles. Today our progress potential is almost infinite. Its only limit will be the capacity of our young people to forge new and better ways to do the world's work. We offer warm congratulations on your gradu- ation, the first maior step toward this goal. May each of you find much success and happiness in the years ahead. DRESSER CRANE, HDIST Si TQVVEFI DIVISION FOPMERLY MANNlNG, MAXWEIL A MOORE I NOW ONE Of THE DPESSEP INDUSTFIES NIUSKEGCJN, NIVCHIGAN 49443 Compliments of. .. M I L A D Y ' S LAKE WELDING SUPPLY COMPANY Welding Supplies and Equipment 363 Offowct Sf. PA 2-3773 Muskegon, Michigan ARBUR FLURAL "Flowers For All Occasions" -40 Years of Dependable Service- 1222 Peck Sf. PA 2-3773 ACI-ITERI-IOFF MOPTUARY ,, SERVING ALL mms - 55-HM! -s ff ROLLAND H. ACHTERHOFF W E. - ,.:.4n LARCH AVENUE zgwpsclgniigxizg axiom 'Hi "',' "We Invite Your Confidencev Compliments of . . . CLYDE HENDRICK P 0 N T I A c WINDATT-PONTIAC 2001 Peck Sf. 722-6056 Muskegon Heights ' Serving Muskegon's Homes Since 1899 5 9:12-sua NE REST F unnlrunz co. CHRISTINFS HAIR STYLIST By Appointment Only PL 5-1512 2320 Sherman Blvd. Muskegon, Michigan Compliments of JIROCH'S CANDY AND TOBACCO COMPANY Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Student Body at Muskegon High School A FR!ENIl 3: of j', . .eejfffj .,. if ww S-""f':-rf.. - Q-472. as-4? "N 1 '-. la lfg. bf, :P ,' I v- wc' ge---L -X., L L I C, 9 " ' "1 " ' g.. -- Q79 - Q23 J I Wmfgwrtt 'C' Qt ' f Ni. .f l A ffif " K-e f' fe? 1' 5 X' F L h Zed MPN. tl as X ,1 I-4. we 'QR 3' c yf 4 ff "TV ,-' '-4 f fx u Flair 1 ' 1, g -H wg. ,tj ' E 'nf' A M I '--IJ rx x.. 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Full of exciting challenges and rich rewards. Let's keep trying to make it a better world for everyone. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY Congratulations to the M.H.S. Class of 1967 V clnmlms V ET ANU E 1 S Miss HmfAwAY sum' PA2-2815 201 W. Weste Compliments of . . . MUSKEGON DDDGE A. KRAUTHEIM est. 1887 329 W. Western Our 79th yeo Compliments of ANTON'S BAKERY 911 W. Lcketon 1654 Apple Ave PLETCHER'S FURNITURE and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 2152 Getty Compliments of . . . ALSTRUM IIUNSTRUCTIUN INCURPURATEIJ 1021 E. Airport Rd. A. J. Alstrom cmd A. C. XNNNQNNHHNHOH 1 1uusssusaususuuunnnng i- I i - 3 I 0 - STUDIOS 4 - - ' - PHOTOGRAPHY j Q 3 ' Inc. ' 3 3 Z Orville Elemc Mgr. , : O - 137E.Laketon PA2-2341 - 9 - ' 1 :- :- -i -: 3 ' Thaflkyflll ' 1 Q , for your 3 - , I patronage, 0 : Z Class of E Q , 1967 3 , - Q 9 V- - 9 9 - - Q 1 mnmnmmvnmo X Beef Mshec fo fha genior Class' of Muskegon .Qenior High .gclmol famplimen fs' of ga idfD0n.Q AUTOGRAPHS I N P i W E 2 W as z 234 11:21 THE SAID AND DONE STAFF DF "67" Mrs. Kilgren ..... Mr. Meisch .... Mrs. Keyes .... Mr. Burdick ..... Mrs. Nelson ..... Mrs. Comstock ..... Radium Photo Service ..... Columbia Studio ,..... Campus Keyhole ...... Bill Nelson .... Nancy Aamodt ..... Friends ...... . SAYS "THANK YDUl" . . . .advice and guidance . . . . photography assistance . . . .theme statements . . . .theme statements . . . .help in main office . . . . .bookkeeping helps ....clulJ pictures . . .senior class pictures . . . .photographs . . . .photography . . . . . . . . . .photography . . . co-operation and interest f4,,,,4jQD"""f i I -Fl . as , . 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