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

 - Class of 1972

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Not only is Mr. Agee a new and important addition to our staff, but he and his family are new residents of the Muskegon area as well. Mr. Agee, a graduate of Michigan State University in 1962, began teaching in the Pontiac school district in the fall of 1962. During his years there, he coached football, and worked with drama groups. In 1967 he became the Principal at Marion High School in Marion, Michigan. In the year 1968, he returned to Pontiac and became an As- sistant Principal. He remained there until this past year, then became M.H.Sfs new principal. The students at M.H.S. are proud of their new principal, Mr. Agee. Opposite: Mr. Agee, George Casarez, Pam Collins. Above: Mr. and Mrs. Agee Mrs. Wilson and student Mr. Toppen Above: Mrs, Wilson with student. Right: Mr. Toppen I6 Our faithful assistant principal, goes far beyond her duties. Mrs. Wilson heads and ad- vises our student council, helps out class ofhcers, and gets new clubs started at the beginning of the year. Besides her many duties as an assistant principal she is also MHS girls dean. Have you ever heard someone say Mr. Top- pen is our administrative assistant? Have you ever wondered what he does? Well, Mr. Toppen takes part in the disciplinary section of the school. He is in charge of attendance, supplies, and every other year acts as advisor for the sen- ior class. The Peace Makers Above: Mrs. Shaw: Below: Mrs. Cooper: Opposite: Terri Clock, Mr. Clockg Below right: Mr. Mars, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Gardner. If you belong to the Student-Faculty Administrative Cotmcil, you might recognize this man. He is Mr. Clock, a member of the Board of Education. Meetings are held twice a month and at each meeting a different member of the board is present to voice his opinions and lend a helping hand. Several years ago, MHS had racial trouble. Concerned parents decided to come in and keep students from lingering in the halls. This was the start of what is now known as the Para-professionals. At the time they were volunteers, but now are a part of the paid staff here at MHS. Their job is to keep the noise and skipping down. When students get sick or hLu't in school it is their job to take them home or to the hospital if they do not have a ride. cmnselors Lend Helping Hand Above: Mr. Predigerg Below: Mlj. Dorris I8 Above: Mr. Kolberg, Tim Crawford: Below: Mr. Roberts Miss Reid 4 W ' A ' fn 'f X Qggwsjg j 'VAL f 54 5322 I ' ' , :-'o"' I - iwlwg x W.-Q ff'-'W Hx sf M433 .sv-if ,r 1 '.. as fe me d 5 w Z,Z .,., 5 I ,, 1,.l ,, , gm M. 51 if EJ ,. J . . ,nf - ,H I . y A. -, A- K ' sf f- f , , . ,C iw,-Ql,,, , V s c ez M -- :sp-gy, V, ff- 3 M f ,Jr . ' 1 ' " v A Have you ever had a problem, either at home or at school, and you didn't know who to tum to? Well, that's what the counselors are for. They are around to help students with their problems. They also help students plan their schedules according to what they plan to do. For college boimd students, the coun- selors are trying to help set up programs early so that the students will be better prepared for college studies. Above: Miss Doddg Up r right: Miss Reid, Kevin Sum- mervilleg Lower right: Kits. Fisher . Roberts Mr. Kolberg Mr. Prediger Mr. Dorris Mrs. Benoit Mr. Bozarth Mrs. Brady Mrs. Carlson Mr. Fent . n , C r ,nm .r., - , ,W :fs5fEw1 - " 'l1i- ,J ' ,,, , of 4112. al ' ' " nfl,-,F 2 - .-...K . 5. . ., f , .6 HH' X X in A ya My V .5 . . -Q Q .V V. , ,,..,. . 7.5 'SX , , 'W Hr s ' Mrs. Dekker 20 Mr. Grevel Opposite: Mrs. Bradyg Above: Mrs. Dykema. English Gets It On. 3 Above: Miss Solbergg Below: Mrs. Schuler. I V Q ' . 'ft F K .5 , hi W I I sa" , . - "" f f .fp 1 E' l g --K' ft' f ge? t X ' " Mr. Fent This year's English department has a new addition to the team program, Mr. H. Weaver. As in past years, American Literature and vocabulary study are still being taught in order to give students a larger scale of words and past happenings of our country. Some teachers are even offering free Writing as part of press his own feelings through writing. I ' Mr. Grevel , MTS- HelVeSf0n .. f .. Miss Kugers , ff ' . .V H '-swf? f, a'f"',g:' , , , . .ss .... 3 . M 21 semester work. In free writing, a student is allowed to ex- The Speech Department is an important department here at MHS. Each student is re- quired to take one semester of speech. This course prepares the student for the outside world by helping him get over his stagefright and learning to talk in front of others. Additional classes offered in- clude advanced speech, drama, radio dz TV, and debate, one of the new classes offered this year. ,ZL , M 5, nw--ni 1, , 1 'W A MW! Mr. Patterson Mrs. Rice Communication: The Clyde Tumipseed, Mr. Vogas, and Dave Medlin Art Lester, Gwen Sherer, and Mrs. Rice I Mr. Bozarth Key to Understanding 7 Mrs. Tool and Katie Klinkner If you went to France, Ger- many, or Spain, would you be able to communicate with the people? Some of the students here at M.H.S. would be able to. They are the ones who take a foreign language. In their class, reading, writing, and par- ticipation in class discussion are essential to help them learn the language. With the help of tapes and special magazines, their leaming is reinforced. French is taught by two teachers, Mrs. Tool and Mrs. Schindler. Also Mrs. Schindler teaches German. Mrs. Toy is the Spanish teacher here. Mrs. Toy Mrs. Schindler and Sheri DeBouf Mrs- TOY V Mrs. Schindler I5 X: f v 'Q fps? 5 5' :.. A ..,. 23 A Look At Society The Social Studies Department has made a few changes during the past year. Two new teachers have been added to the staff, Mrs. Haurek and Mr. Nuismer, as well as a new class, World Culture. Mr. Elliott, Mr. Hazard, Mr. VanPelt Above: Mr. Elliottg Below: Miss Albers. l Above: Mr. Hazardg Below: Mr. Schiller. Mr. Dlmsmore, Mr. Schiller, Miss Sumner, Miss Albers zfizxiagw ysett te.t. eitt 537 1 5 xii! 3 1-5:9 24 ,M 41 -S-1 X- 1-iEJQ, :. - sg as . h.. at Q se z . .. ' SPN , Ei- gygf., ff 5 1 ' I P ' 1 , gpg K 1 if 1 .. A SQ V M JM ,W . MS ,M X we Aw? Qx Q Y 1 Mi if wwwfwf 5 ESQ? 1. K X lim . 5 Sw X W wif: -- Q fgyl - me . 3 . Using the Mind in Science, M ath Above: Mr. Kuchg Below: Mr. Murphy The Science Department has two new teachers this year, Mr. Wierenga the physics teacher and Mr. Kuch who teaches biology. Other than these two classes, a chemistry course is offered and Mr. Tool and Mr. Bauer both teach them. MHS is very fortunate to have these fine teachers. 26 Above: Mr. Bauerg Below: Mr. Wierenga Mr. Bauer Z Z T' T' 5 -1 5' 5 S US ' Z, 51:1 -:feiD'K5'QZ'Twk.wh. w ,g2.15,fz L Q' Q? - I .sa - 'Q'iiLfj ' fl, Z l L sV,ss, W1 we ,V , .,Z:h , Mrs. Pomeroy Mr. Volz Mr. Wabel Above: Mr. Wabelg Upper: Mrs. DeYoeg Below: Mr. Volz Above: Mr. Roelofs, joe Larsen M.H.S. has a new face in the Math Department. His name is Mr. Wabel. He teaches some of the Trigonometry classes. The math courses help to make the students think and solve problems which give them a feeling of accomplishment. 27 Expressfkm Through Art, M unsic N Mr. Bischoff, Diane Backstrom Mrs. Farmer Mr' Bischoff ' .- .7 , V .1 'i 1 Mf- Schoenknechf ' " ,, if L . 1? 'm-. QM 'W 28 Above: Mr. Wikman. Below: john Sullivan, Mr. Ruiters, Dawn Swartz. Lower right: Mr. Braund Art and music provide M.H.S. students with an outlet for self-expression. Art-work is dis- played in hallways of both the main and indus- trial arts buildings this year. The Art Depart- ment, which has added Mr. Thomas Braund and Mr. Charles Schoenknecht to its staff, gives stu- dents experience in various aspects and mediums of art. The directors of the M.H.S. choirs, bands, and orchestra stress continual improvement of per- formance standards and musical knowledge. Stu- dents of both vocal and instmmental music per- form at assemblies and concerts throughout the year. Mr. Krive l M, 92 'li 1-'v 03--""i r ff ' - 'W-am: ez.. 1. '. -Q . WZ? ' Y. -g S' 4 -'wi W bs, , 4 a i? 3 'H K 5 I '11 K 'asf 3 W Q 5' 253 ' 'WH' 5 :fxftffk . 7-M f, . -1 wi-salsa 542:51-:ffffk 'fwgiijyigq-f wwf. Lf X1 ie. - K . 4 .:i. 5 g, 'I .. Qgcaf iikli t- 41. Mr. Vokits Mr. Schilliman Mr. Krause, Ennenga, Mr. Ludwig, Mr. Ormiston Mr. Lawson Above: Mr. Vokitsg Below: Mr. Smith i Q W... jg .. , wil- . Mr. Sheathelm, Mr. Bolt, Mr. ilk 'fiillli BUT msouc A Q f ,, ,., Above: Mr. Sheathelm Machine Age Hits MHS Above: Mr. Ormiston: Opposite: Mr. Brock Upper left: Mr. Ennenga: Lower left: Mr. Bolt: Above Mr. Krause A lot goes on in the Industrial Arts Building at M.H.S. It could be that you may see a boy drawing at a desk or possibly even working on a car. There is a lot that can be learned in the vocational courses. 31 Business World T ,M 1: 5.1 t ,ig 1 nw S , Rf Fodrocy Dugas Matthews Mulready Mr. Rowlson , , I so K s.1,f-s9,,.- i -M 7 , . 6 ki V will -. ,, ,, Qgfygss ' -'H--5 7. 4- -f .r-1, if za- on i '. - gpg.. f Q. f fqw isg an R , - ,FQ M- , - gg,-2 A ' jg 5. , .sg - V, Mr. Taylor Mr. Dugas. Mr. Matthews The Business Department oifers many courses to the students of M.H.S. Some of the ones that are oifered are typing, bookkeeping, shorthand, and many more. These classes help those students who may go into a business occupation. 32 1 V Mr. Cook They Make The agony and disappointment comes when the cake flops or the seams aren't straight. Yes, it's frustrating, but those who take Home Eco- nomics have a lot of fun and it becomes a great challenge. Above: Mrs. Ingalls. Below: Mrs. Oosting Good H omemakers Above: Mrs. Andrews. Below: Mrs. Carr Above: Mrs. Murphy, Below: Ida Bradford, Norma Hill, Arlene Dooley. 34 Gym-A Way T 0 Mrs. McShannock. Physical Fitness and an interest in athletic activ- ities is what lies ahead for students taking gym. Girls must take gym in tenth grade. They cannot take gym in eleventh or twelfth, but they can be- come gym aides. Boys must take gym in the tenth and eleventh grade, unless they are participating in a sport. They cannot take gym in the twelfth grade but they can also be a gym aide. Mrs. McShannock and Mrs. Murphy are the girls' gym teachers. No new teachers have come, but Mrs. Aldridge left. Mr. McShannock, Mr. Harp, and Mr. Erickson are the boys' gym teachers. Mr. Erick- son is new this year. physical Fitness Above: Mr. Erickson. Below: Mike Anderson, Mr. Erickson, Andy Busard, Above: Mr. Harp Below: Mr. McShannock Seated: Miss Dodd, MHS Counselorg Mrs. E. Henrikson, Type C Consultant Miss M liobke, Physical Thera yistg Miss P. Reed, Speech Therapist. Standing: Mr. R. Pre-Fontaine Psychologistg Mr. Sikllcenga, Voc. Rehab. Consultantg Miss C. jacob, Teacher of Orthopedi ca ly Handicapped. Below: Mr. P. Kutches, Physical Ed. Instructor. Shirley Norten A Wide range of special serivices are being offered this year at M.H.S. Speech and Physical Therapy as well as Vocational Rehabili- tation and Type C Coun- seling are available for any student who qualifies and wants them. Rooms have also been fa- cilitated for students with orthopedic handicaps. Here, they receive any therapy, counseling, and classes they can't take in a regular classroom. Charlie Kelly and Jim Baker. , . Above: Connie Wade and Ceorge Grotelwohl Right: Charlie Kelly. 36 MH Gets Extra Attention This yearls Student Teachers played an active and im- portant part of the students' life here at MHS. They are from Western Michigang Mr. L. Babcock, Mr. R. Brock, Mr. S. DeMuro, Miss N. Harris, Miss M. Riley, Mrs. M. Northrup and Mr. R. Kanaar, From Ferrisg Mr. Cuidema, and Mr. S. Kleiner. And from Grand Valley, Mr. R. Gil- more. Photo: Opposite: Mrs. Nothrup, Mr. Kanaar and Mr. Guikema. Below: Mrs. Northrup. Below bottom: Mr. DeMuro. Opposite center: Miss Harris and Opposite bot- tom: Mr. Kanaar. l l The Book Keepers MHS has four full time librarians. They are: Above left: Mrs. Mack along with Vern Mor- gan, Above top: Mrs. Buickama, A. V. Clerk, Opposite: Mrs. Hallberg, Clerk, Above: Miss Holkeboer. Together they serve about 500 students as well as faculty members from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m. MHS has 20 thousand books in its library as Well as a wide assortment of A.V. materials. 1.5, ' 1 D- S' F -1- -A .f - A 1. 5. .. , -A rgflyfkfjg r 1 ,Q ir..r if if 2-A f. , 'Q r A-sl, , 1 or ' ' if . :ff-fifgu K , gs W JH.. . . . 1- Mrs, Comstock Mrs. Skidmore Mrs. C-unansky Mrs. Nelson Where would MHS be Without these ladies? They are the clerks who must be level-headed and precise at all times. Below in the first row are Mrs. Nelson, Mr. Agee's dedicated secretary Who keeps him in line, Mrs. Niemeyer, Counseling Clerk, and Mrs. Barscht, the main ollice clerk. In the second row substituting for Mrs. Urbina is Lu Barton, Mrs. Craig, attendance clerk for Mr. Toppen, Mrs. Gunansky, Mr. Krive's secretary, and Mrs. Comstock who manages the bookstore. Above right is Mrs. Urhina, who is the team clerk. 1 Fill-up and Clean-up Cooks: Frances Warren, Marian Wiseman, Thelma Olsen, Vergie Niva, Helen Bonjemoor, Ester Boertman CManagerl. ,N AF Above: Frances Warren. Below: Helen Boniemoor. VVhat is the best time of school? Lunch time, of course! It is these six cheerful cooks that offer the students and teachers a delicious hot lunch daily. They spend much time in planning to provide the best meals possible. VVho ever said too many cooks spoil the broth? 40 it WQti , will Above: Vergie Niva. Below: Ester Boertman. Above: Al Zuidema, Head Custodian. Right: lst, shift: Ken Van Ripper, Catherine Carlson, Don Cihacz. 2nd, shift: Betty Ropp julia Kemp, Mary Morris, Van Hannett, Steve Zydek, Russ Scott, Harold Grevel, Ar- nold Wohlfard fAsst. Headj. The custodians' jobs may seem very unglamorous to all of us, but they are some of the most important. These men and women play a major role in main- taining a good health standard here at MHS. 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Almon Dan Ambrose Monica Amos jane Andersen Hilmer Anderson Kenneth Anderson Mike Anderson Pam Anderson Denise Andrews Am Archer Walter Atkinson Dave Aslaskon Brian Ashcraft Cynthia Babcock kennel Babcock aymond Bachtal Denise Backensto E el- Pg M ' in J A l .r A r f- xiii, i ' Svfza ' ' H IL1 . 55 9 : F-, A ' ri.' s V ...Lk X ik' V, ., 4 ' w is :'l" I Q . ., r x, :'-A ,i 11 f +5 il B la U F' y gfzgvigfk., af, . ,Q , ,k,-. , V -Q L 2 'E f 1 , ' ZW ,L A if V V ,gm , 35 1 46 ,f 'DIY Q r 5 at QM? 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'DQ V 'SL Q. 1 , W Nye H . . vm , ll Float Competition Robert Brusseau Glen Buckhout Hennan Buckner Linda Buford Randy Buitendorp Rhonda Bunnell Don Burch Corey Burmeister Kathy Burns Andrew Busard Al Byars jeff Cahill Debbie Cambers Alicia Cano Arthur Campbell Rick Carey Steve Carey Teresa Carey jan Carlson Cindy Can'oll Rick Carson Tony Carter Ray Chartrand Ioyce Clanton Irene Clalpp Sandra C app Cindy Clar e Clare Clarke Diane Clements Sharon Clincy Opposite page: Ed S an, Megan Hartman Left Bonnie Keay, Kevin gchultema Soplwmmes H ave Spank Evel Cod Catl1lSfnColfelll Darlene Cole Michael Collins Patrick Collins CleeArthur Cooper Q 1: Randy Szymczyk 48 Mary Czekuc Gary Daniels Pam Daszko Patricia David G Lee Davis GZ-Elirey Davis Ii X L 1Xf,'jgi,Q?ZL . ' , A A A 13 i 2 i 4 x' I I . g -sf 5. xy l 1 X V we ' 'ix I Ju 1- janice Uuuyer Calvin Copeland Clarence Corder Norm Corliss john Cotie Kevin Cousineau Tim Cox Tom Coy Sherrie Crain Laura Crews Michael Cross Teresa Czamiecki ,Wy 0' fe uv ' iiff' .. Q 5 . r,.,.M.,,Eg rx- Zffiilii ' liffgi ' y J , . , ' I 5' H: Tai T. 'semi P' " ' 1 xii ' , .. 2? 1 Il 3113? Z wr X ,, 1 lk' Q -11 11+-iw:-eflefei. 1 , if , ,f 3 Q1 M . as-f - V QL ,, g Ii A 52 A 4 2 E M, , f.,-f.. 7 , .,,, , .. M L s- R i PL X , V K .Y NY: A 3' s A M K f S :2V,"-3'S v. 1,184.0 ig Q at Karen Davis Sherri DeBoef Marcia DeBoer Sandra DeBoer Mari Io DeHom Terry Delano Mary Delmar Lorenzo Dennie Diane Denson Al Derby Debra Derby Mark Derby Little Red Cheerleaders Q L U F 'f 3 , or .. ., , ,T ::f.sfff.1-i f f, -r.,,. A ':,. , K .W E ,,, . fl as , Wm w ' a Wk ' r 1 1-'fikvf A. was A r .L 'j, ..., Eg ,. ,yr , . -- if Qld? Darlene DeRouin Wayne DeRouin Hemy DeVette Glerm DeVoogd Mary DeVries Criste Dick Kevin DiPiazza Adol h Dooley Gonlllm Dombos Heather Dought Lawrence Dougie Sam Drelles Steve Drelles Steve Drent Sue Drent Bemhard Dressel lay Driver Mike Dubault jean Duff Lan'y Dunnewin David Duram Vicky Dusen Sharon Dye Stan Earl Bobby Joe Elliott Suzanne Elliott Barbara Erickson Barbara Erickson Valerie Erickson Sharilyn Errgang Eddie Eubanks Michael Faino Deanna Farr Garry Ferris Dennis Fessenden Stuart Fessenden J . ,X . , if A ,gf I at A, , 115 . ..,.., 31' Grant Fetters Marie Fick Nanc Fischer Charlles F ishel james Fletcher Bryan Flickema Broderick Flowers Pam Fodrocy Mark Forester William Forton Glenn Foster Kerri Foster Lorraine Foster Larry Fox IoAnne Fraser Lorraine Frazine Mary Beth Frederi Scott Fuller ck Little Reds y y gg: ag 'Y ' L A , at Q6 rl 1 iff W Y lla fi-lima' f 'f,'fif??? ,. . ,1 X, ,I ' 9 t t Sl get my ri., , f fifliriit l 1, .si , 5 . posite Rod Schoenmaker Chuck Hall Good Season for Lzttlo Reds Ed Furman Dianna Gale Linda Gamble Randy Gantt Linda Gardner Lisa Gam Randy Garvey Don Gasaway Mala Gathard Rodney Gauthier Jlill Gervais im Geoghan Chuck Gilford Chuck Cillard C thia Gillette Clllalrlene Glover Art Goetsch Kathy Gonzalez Great Sophomore Sports Sebrena Good Eieuce Goodwin bra Goosen Ten'i Goosen Iolanta Gorajec Kathy Gordon Tom Goulet Fred Grandmason Dawn Gray Houston Gray Dennis Green Sheila Grennan Karen Griffith Jayne Grisham William Griswold K1u't Groeneveld Jeanine Groszowsk Mark Cue Carmen Guerrero Evelynn Haiker Norma Hale Patrick Hale Aaron Hall Charles Hall i Eric Rollins Paul Petermen, jeff Whitson Kevin Billingsley Steve Hall John Hall Laurel Hall Peggy Hall Arthur Hamilton Harold Hammond Linda Hammond Pamela Harrington Frank Harris Lisa Hart Megan Hartman Robert Hartman Ken Hatch joanne Haug Audie Hawkins Mary Hawkins Rebecca Haynes Carrie Hazard Don Heiss Paul Heistand Paula Heistand Mark Hendershott Bonnie Hendrick Bill Hendrickson Tina Henry Harry Hewitt Barbara Hicks C-re Hicks Linga Hicks Diana Hildreth Cheryl Hinkle Ben Hinkle Charles Hoeker Debra Hill Anna Hodge Thomas Hoffman Ed Hoisington john Holmberg Cherry Holmes Kevin Holmes Kurt Holmstrom Jim Holt jeff Hough Cary Houseman Mike Hubbell Tris Huddleston Kathie Huddlestun Joyce Hudgins David Hume Cathy Hurst Mike Huston Kevin Hutchinson Kurt Ibershoff Barbara jackson Barbara M. jackson Ronald jackson Dan Iacobitz Iulia Jacobs 54 e Smiles Gerald jacobsen Patricia jakubas Deborah james Roger james Ste la james Sam jefferson Pam jennings Sharon jewell Vemon jibson jimmy jimenez Rose jimenez Candy johnson Cathy johnson Cary johnson Linda johnson Bonnie jones Linda jones joyce Kahl Debbie Kantor Bonnie Keay Anthony Keena Michael Kelsey Barb Kieft Carla Kieft john King jean Kittel Mike Kittel Katie Klinkner l'l Above: Linda Gardner, Tina Henry, Marc Bohland. Right Pat O Donnell 56 Pe Knash Dogrgld Knight Stanley Knight john Kowalski jeana' Kracht Beverly Kuberski Sandra Kuck joe LaLonde Mary LaPorte David Larson joe Larson julie Larson Mary Lynn Larson Sharon Larson Harold Lash Paula Lasser Charlene Lavassuer Marsha Lawrance Debbie Lawson Randall Leady Merinda Ledesma Herbert Leighty David LeMieux Susan Leonard Rhonda Lelloux jay Lester Robert Letherby Domiie Lewis Brad Lindback Tom Linderman Steven Lloyd Wayne Lohse Carol Long-mire Linda Love Walter Love If-fry Lynn I Eugene Macano Paul MacPherson Charles Majeski Alf Majors Robert Malenfant joAnn Manor Tim Marine Edward Martin Wendy Martin Mary Matuzeski Tim May Dianne Maynard Cheryl McDermed Michael McFaden Janelle McCarry Debbie McGhan Doris McIntosh Nancy McQueen Theresa McQueen Below Mr Patterson, Jerome Bell. Left Megan Hartman Linda Gardner Mary jo DeHom. ew Mmds Add To Clubs Educated Sophomores Bruce Medema Dave Medlin Diane Mendez Betty Messenger Rose Midkiff George Miesen Dave Miles David F. Miles Debbie Miles joe Miles Steve Miletich Vanessa Miller Patricia Minton Jerri Misch Barb Mish R0b6l't Mixter jim Monroe Natalie Montambo Irene Moore Nancy Moore Pam Moran Douglas Morrall jeff Morrall Left: Darlene DeRouin Above: Mike Walter, Barb Allen, Don Heiss, Mary Pothoff Sue Morton Dorothy Moseler james Moser E?-,Myers dy Narowitz Greg Nauta Ieanne Nelson Kim Nelson Felix Newman Sue Nichols Tom Nichols Cindy Nielson Steve Nielsen Nancy Niemeyer Catherine Niemi Lee Anne North Shirley Norton Ioe Nowak Charlene Nowakowski Shirley Nunnery Terry Nuttall Earl O'Brien Pat O,Donnell jack Oliphant Eff Olsen arlene Olsen Michael Ostradick Don Ostrander Catherine Owens Donald Paggett 59 Debra Parker Debra Parks Doug Parrott Gary Patterson Gred Patterson jerry Patterson Shirley Payne jerri Pearo Glenn Pedler joe Pehm Paul Peltier Nora Pena Steve Pendell Rick Perez Karen Pe Paul Peterrgran Pauline Petem1a.n Nina Petty james Philli s M.ike Piaseclii Allyson Pierce Linda Polak Vena Poston Ma.ri Potholf Linda Priebe Penny Pringle Basil Puente Nancy Puffer Opposite: Linda johnson 60 Studwus Sophomores Roger Pyle ll Carol Pulsifer Pat Pummel Steve Purcell Vicki Purcell Nancy Radtke Charles Raffaele Mari Raffaele Luanne lhymond Gre Rebedew Sansy Rewalt Wallace Reynolds Mike Ricco julia Richardson Annette Richmond Margareta Rivera jack Robar Shelly Robar Ruth Ann Robertson Holly Robinson Karen Robinson Maxine Robinson Rosemary Robinson Gloria Rodgers joe Rodriquez Jimmie Rogers Mike Rogers 61 Eric Rollins Tom Root Debbie Rose Pat Rose Sandra Ross Gaye Rudis Martha Rushstorfer Yvonne Rushcamp Mark Ryder Terri Ryder Tressie Salazar james Sandem Vivian Sandford Kyran Santose Debbie Schaalma Louis Schaub Sue Schiller Gina Schmidt Mike Schmidt Tim Schnotala Rod Schoenmaker Below: C. Almon, David Hume Below Sally Bovee Bruce Schrebe Margaret Schroeder Kevin Schuitema Bob Schulz Robert Schweifler Dennis Scott Percy Scott Billy Shad Alan Shaflzer Dan Sheldon Darlene Sherrod Peggy Shields Geo e Shomin Daryl? Sieplinga Sophornmes Get It On Wzth Muszc . i if , arg lift fem Above: Eileen Ham S 5 , Larry Sieradzld Doug Sikkenga Terry Simon LeeAnn Skeba jim Smedes Greg Smith Larry Smith Michael Smith Raymond Smith Treve Snyder ' I Cath Sondel-house Above: Rose Midkiif Rancly Sorenson Above: Betty Bice Shawn Spalding Edward Spawn Linda Sgrinf Sandra tape Molly Stevens Nancy Stevens Sue Stevens 63 Garry Steward Nancy Stohr Bonnie Stone Debbie Stout Richard Stovall Dave Strah Laura Strait Burton Straley Lane Stubbart Kevin Summerville Rick Sundquist Don Supemaw Barb Sutherland Mary jo Swier Sandra Swier Randy Szymczyk Loy Taylor ob Tazelaar Richard Te stra Max Tetzlo? Tim Therrian Thearetta Theus Carl Thomas Emest Thomas Cindy Thue Eric Thue LuAnn Tibbitts Sandra Tice julie Larson 64 lf A . Silly, Silly Sophomores :I S 'SW--i5?:1t. , 2 ,N .1,.,, ,, Left: Ed Hoisin on Above: Greg Wiitson and Sue Elliott ...... ..- 73, M 1 1 Q il mf? fa ff X W gh K aim 5 di , A . , , Q 'r '53 .N Y ,,.,ny N, Ki I Hi .. . . M. Steve Timmer Betsy Todd Paul Toman Sandy Tomasiewicz Rick Topping Mickey Treble john Trecek Kay Tretheway Sue Tucker Valerie Tullis Czge Tumipseed Io Urbanawiz Howard Usher Juanita Valero Diane Van Camp ackie Van Dam oan VanderLeest Tom Vanderstelt Wendy Vasser Susie Velazquez Faith Veldman Pat Veldman Christie Velez Tom Versalle Sam Villalpando Bernie Villarreal bbie Vincent Phil Vontom 65 Charline Wabindato Dan Wagenmaker Dennis Waite Monica Wa'man Damell Walker Margaret Walker Walter Walker Saronto Waller Mike Walter Nancy Walukonis Karen Ward Martha Ward Dan Wamer jerry Watkins Tim Weaver Steve Wedlaw Gloria Welty Fred West Rose VVheeler Kevin White jeff Whitson Gre Whitson im akfiereman nald Wierengo Richard Wiggins Sue Wikman Dennis Wilbar Bill Wilde Kathy Gonzalez, Louie Schaub Kim Nelson and Mary Matuzeski. 66 'r Tom Willacker Mark Willea Iohn Williams Kenneth Williams Sandra Williams Vir ' ia Williams Miglrdlle Wingate Gail Wisneski Brian Woirol Janice Wolf Nora Wolf Renee Wolllis A. Wortelboer Scott Woodard Dave Workman Mary Wolters Debra Woodfork jack Woodruff Tom Wolters Mari Io Wood Mar Yerkie Barb Yonker Chris Yolmg Roy Young Paul Zahrt Patty Zegarowski Euan Ziemba enee Zimmerman Opposite: Bonnie Hendrix Above: joan Ziemba, Peggy Shields 67 W!" ss- , ii, , my M-iw. fi, W, if Y 59:5 4, ?iQ,,gf,sf,9., xi, W,-'af' Q 2-UT ,5 .,Qas.W, Qfgiii 1..1,,an4-1 ' , A Ig v cm, , ,Q Eiil,-T??'A" ' w?, ni A. " 222 , HQ, msg I 5 ,, . Q, Wf' ' . - ,Z 'K ,wwf 5 ,1..: V ' by Q my 42 ,. , ,V 3,1 ,L K. l. , A , -Q14 ui! - l .L ,ai -rss- 531,-iii ' wage 4 1 fb-:1 A Q1 w-, 4 'A 1' Jfffb' ' s:'f',5g1g3g,.,1,3f, 153 .1 2 H ,, imager: n','Egfaf 755: 155 ' Y x 'QS 3:5 R' H . l 1 E ij, ' L A 0 S P2 1 K - 3 AK", 1. ff. 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ROW 2: Megan Hartman, Kris Bradford, Evelyn Nel- Gardner, Patty Zegarowski, Phyllis jackson, Eric VanCamp, jim Norris, son, Tony Ross, Vicki Yonker, Sheila Cole, jane Panici, Steve Wedell, Debbie O'Mally, Kim Crennan, Pam Collins, Mrs. Wilson. Sue Smith, ROW 3: Gwen Ramey, Tina Henry, Michelle Swartout, Left: Shelia Cole, Phyllis Jackson. Below: Yvonne Stephens, Diane Swanson, Evelyn Nelson Tony Ross. ,4 VGTFSQQZT ,:,,fi,, ' I, ZLL: ,,,... ' ?',L"'k,Ji.,1 Student-Faculty-Administrative-Council: Mr. Greg Hazard, Eric VanCamp, Terry Clock, Mr. loe Fodr- Crnd Olds Not ictured ane Lans Steve Wedell M1chelleW1n ocy, Shelia Cole, Mr. Mike Vogas, ' y . ' 1 J 1, , ' g- ate, Patty Zegarowski, Mr. james Agee, Mrs. Martlla Hall, Mrs. jean Trump, Mrs. jane Wilson. Thorsen. The Student Council under- went various changes this year that brought about a more effec- tive council. The 1971-72 oflicers are Chairmen-Sheila Cole, jane Lans, and Eric VanCampg Secre- tary-Phyllis Iacksong and Treas- urer-Pam Collins. A new group, the Student-Fac- ulty-Administrative-Council, has been formed along with the Stu- dent Council this year. It is made up of nine students and eight adults. The S.F.A.C. hopes to es- tablish better relations among stu- dents, faculty, and administration, and to involve students in decision making matters. 1 Left: Mrs. Wilson-Advisor. Above: Pam Collins, George Casarez, Tony Love, Pattv 7l ,...,, ,sa .-,, , . ,. , .. , , Chicano Club ROW 1: Diane Hawkins, Gaylord johnson, Linda Hicks, Diane Denson, jerlean Harris, Pearlie Gray, Sheila Cole, Vivian Williams, Darlene Sherrod, Vanessa Miller, Katherine Brooks, Ardis Hall. ROW 2: Sharon Moore, jim Tumipseed, Linda Bailey, Evelyn Banks, Yvonne jones, Ty- letta Sullivan, Norma jlamison, Loretta Rucks, Robbie Hough,, Gloria Gillespie. ROW 3: Op elia Martin, Milton Webster, Barbara jackson, Amold jackson, Vesther Kingsby, Brad Moore, Glen Wilcher, Bruce Denson, Gwendolyn Shearer, Adam Fox, Tamia Taylor, Mark johnson, Vemon Morgan, President. ROW 4: jacquelyn Murphy, Gwen Ramey, Lowell Kirksey, Marc Randall, Gregory Crockett, Eric Morris, Kenneth Bankhead, Phillip jones, Daryl johnson, Ricky Randall, Phyllis jackson, Robert Gardner, Pam Collins. R 1 72 r l l Left: ABS Float. Above: Ophelia Martin Setting It Together ROW 1: Nora Pena, Anna Ibarra, Merinda Ledesma, Rosa Iiminez, Carmen Guer- rero, Connie Gonzalez, Mrs. Berta Urbina ROW 2: jake Santos, George Casarez, Diana Mendes. ROW 3: Albert Lara, Gloria Castaneda, Tomasa Guerrero. ROW 4: Richard Perez, Eli Farrias. Chicano Club Officers: George Casarez, Mrs. Urbina fadvisorj, Tomasa Guerrero, Anna Ibarra. The ABS is one of MHS's more active clubs. This year they sponsored homecoming and entered a float. It consisted of an afro head with a multi-col- ored face emphasizing their theme, "Growing To- gether to Make a Change." They also put on their annual variety show featuring black pride. The Chicano Club planned a College Night for all chicano students of Western Michigan and also their annual Mexican dinner and dance. 73 .H.S. Sees Future Ahead ROW 1: Martha Peterson, Treas.g Mary Corliss, Vice Pres., Dave Dan- iels, Pres., Steve Schuitema, Historian, Joyce Chapel, Sec., Mrs. Fisher Advisor. ROW 2: Kathy Priefer, Lorie Carr, Monica Rositch Pat Hu: berty, Dortha Manning, Becky Hamil, Judy Wikman, Robin Ryan, Kathy Andersen. ROW 3: Joan Southard, Carol Schertenlieb, Barb Thue, Diane Toman, Joan Seeger, Ellen Vanderlaan, Diane Wood, Sue Joyce Chapel, Carol Schertenlieb, Joan Southard, Diane Toman The National Honor Society recognizes the outstanding student in terms of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. N.H.S. activities include the high school tutoring program, candy sale, mixer for college freshmen, and paperback book store. Campus Life is an organization in which young Christians get together and share problems and ideas with each other. Members Schmmpf, Sandy Brokstad, Mary Walker, Sally Siuda, Sherry VVhite, Lou Ann Johnson, Judi Olsen, Lisa Ballantyne. ROW 4: Jim Olson, Jim Norris, Joe Schroeder, Bob Medema, Jim Ritcheske, Timm VerDuin, Gary Tolle, Mike Priest, Mark Wolters, Kim Buckley, Tim Dykstra, Bob Anderson, Bill Hubbell, Ed Strach. attend retreats, a teen convention, and group activities at each other's homes. 74 Mary Corliss ROW 1: Darlene DeRouin, Sarah Forsythe, Sharon Hunt, Kath Hayes, Ann Lindholm, Martha Peterson, Martha Grycki, Lisa Ballantyne, ROW 2: Martha Ruhstorfer, Mary jo Swier, Bonnie Bentley, Diane Swanson, Christie Swanson, Linda Schuitema, Barb Soltess, Diane To- man, Kris Bradford. ROW 3: Debbie Miles, Ken Stults, Sandy Freye, Barb Thue, Sue Olson, Laurie Vriesman, Kathy McBride, Debbie Spar- row, Kim Hall. ROW 4: Tim Selim, Gary Tolle, Dave Kolmodin, Mark Moore, Sue Schrumpf, Wayne Postmus, Charrise Luczyk, Dawn Swartz, Pam Fodrocy, Dave Westphal. Below: Tim Selim. ampuas Life Keeps Active 75 Culture Outside Class 'zf .- F ff . X A French. ROW 1: P. Gust, G. Welty, P. Zegarowski, M. Wolters, T. Ross, Sgt. at Arms, M. Beg- htol, Treasg T. Cook, Sec, I. Annessa, Vice-Pres, N. Pulliams, Pres, P. Perigard, W. Postmus. ROW 2: N. Fischer, I. Taylor, B. Hicks, I. Wikman, F. Tool, Advisor, B. Erickson, B. Medema, A Busard, 1. Morrall. ROW 3: E. Hine, D. Bowmaster, L. Carlson, D. Tabert, C. Bos, S. Brink, S. Grenna.n, K. Hall, K. Anderson, B. Thue, M. Rositch, D. Miles, R. Szymczyk. Pamela Gust ' 'XII Treas, Paul Hulka, Vice-Pres, Ed Schertenlieb, P. Shindler, Advisor. ROW 2: Iuanita King, Kathy Kruska, Laura Burr, Faye Rice, Brian Foy, Terr Clock, Rick Carlson. ROW 3: Glen DeVoogd, Bernhard Dressel, Mark Moore, Bob Magil, IefllHatcher, Russell Hartman, Larry Bor- resen, Bill Hubbell. Carol Schertenlieb 76 German. ROW l: Anita Fox, Patti Schoulten, Carol Schertenlieb, Pres, Renate Schirmann, Sec- Spanish. ROW 1: K. Perry, B. jones, C. Bradield, B. Brockwell, D Perez K. O'Toole, L. Lun uiest, S. Toy, Advisor. ROW 2: M. Wood, N Pena,,C. Hinkle, R. Midkilf, T. Pearo, M. Deiters, 1. jazdzyk, D. Wolf, D. Mainard, L. Skeba, A. Villarreal. ROW 3: M. Moser, L. Stubbart, I Carlson, S. Schiller, A. Archer, I. Whitson, 1. Goodwin, D. Derby, A Fox, C. Hayes, D. Moser, T. Guerrero, A. Ibarra, M. Rivere, A. Cono L. Carr, M. Walters. ROW 4: Pehm, B. Allen, N. Petty, M. Oeffelen, P. Fodrocy, R. Narowitz, S. Sc uitema, S. Brokstad, C. Seeger, S. Spoel- hof. ROW 5: Murphy, M. Adams, O. Santos, S. Curran, E. Van- derlaan, judy Wurtz, P. Cummings, B. Soltess, 1. Shriver, ROW 6: E. Morris, K. Hutchinson, 1. MacQueen, R. Buesseau, M. Boone, V. Doughty, D. Swanson, Victor Doughty At French Club Meetings, students play games, have slides, talks, and skits in French. This year they went to the art Museum in Detroit and to International Day at G.V.S.C. German Club members had a guest speaker from East Germany this year. They earned money from popcorn sales and car washes to help pay for a dinner at a German restaurant for the club. Spanish Club has been more or less a social club this year. Meetings are not regllar, but the main objective of the club is still culture. 77 Future Nurses, Secretaries Secretaries. ROW 1: Debbie Locke, Lorie Olson, janet Poole, Paulette Beth rlohnson. ROW 3: -Arletta Richmond, President, Chrystal jackson, Roseann Price, Carol VerHulst. ROW 2: Sue Laskoski, Nancy O'Mal ey, Mary Walker, Sherry Ferguson, Wanda Szmadginski, Anitia Anderson, Karen Burgess, Mary Conyon, Gloria Palmer, Betty Scott, McClove, Rollys Rademaker, Ophelia Martin. I l r . . Teachers. ROW 1: Daryl johnson, Vice President, Lo- Bailey, BHFB Hicks, ROW 32 MF- Crevel, advisor: Sherry retta Rucls, Secretaryg Nancy Pulliams, Presidentg Jer- Ferguson, Barb Allen, Mr. Fodrocy, advisor. lean Harris. Treasurer. ROW 2: Gina Reaser, Linda 78 eaohors: Looking Ahead Nurses. ROW 1: Sally Schmieding, President. ROW 2: Pat O'Donnell, Lynne O'Donnell, Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. Reid, advisor: Deborah Tabert, Program Chairman: Sue Wikman. Below: Future Nurses. Upper Right: Lorie Olson. Lower Right: Ierlean Harris Future Nurses, Teachers and Secretaries are able to acquire new skills and experiences to prepare them for future careers. Each club visits colleges or institutions for educational purposes. These clubs finance themselves through fund raising activities which they sponsor. Young Performers at M. H. . ROW 1: Mr. Vogas, Advisor, A. Kroll, Pres: Pleiness, Vice Pres: L Ballantyne, Sec: M. Firos, Treas: D. Vanderplow, T. Shaffer. ROW 2: I Kowaleski, K. Spicer, M. Herron, S. Grennan, S. Hunt. ROWV 3: D Sheila Grennan and Mr. Vogas fadvisorj The Performing Arts Company is a new group this year at Muskegon High springing from the former "Mas- que Dramatic Society". Its efforts have been directed at providing the school and community with entertaining and educational theatre. Tartuje Was the Hrst production of the PAC. It was very successful. 80 Sheldon, Y. Bell, Slater, K. Klinkner, R. Ryan, P. Cummings. ROW 4: C. Wisneski, S. Neilson, N. Beghtol, L. Thaler, C. Buttermore, L. Carn. ROW 5: M. Boone, C. Snyder, M. Rosen, M. McFaden, L. Dobberstein, D. Woodard, C. Thue, M. Versalle. ABOVE: john Kowaleski and james A. Kroll. BELOW: Iohn Kowaleski. Tim Shaffer and john Pleiness. ABOVE: Debbie Vanderplow. BELOW: Iohn Pleiness and Sherri Slater. Thespians is an intemational organization pertaining to drama. The name comes from the first Greek actor, Thespis. It is an honorary organization. Each member has put in at least 100 hours of dramatical work. The mem- bers are Lisa Ballantyne, Margaret Firos, james Kroll, Sherri Slater, Tim Shaffer, Iohn Pleiness, Brian Goodman, and Debbie Vanderplow. The advisor is Mrs. M. Rice. james A. Kroll 81 I L 5 l 'mu ws' SL? Y' S'-5 J -I ZS - 9 ' Z ZQ 'Qs '1 ZZ . rl 1 ' I5 lb I7 ,3 9.2! q lon iz Li H 3 5 A. Ibarra P. Schmidt D. Toman L. Westolf B. Zimba Ra L. K. Hallp S. Schoulten E. Vanderlaan S. Siuda L. Hooker J. Beighley 82 lf' W L. Yonkers P. Hutchison Mrs. Carlson L. Taylor T. Taylor B. Haines K. Hziyes S. Co e D. Schwartz R. Stever M. Peterson R. Schirmann K. Priefer M 3385253985553 A. C. Lindholm Schertenlieb P. Panici L Kruse ooocgwrve Buitendorp Swanson Schoulten Howard Corliss Babbitt Luczyk Fielstra Stonex M BELOW: Ann Lindholm Senate Fine Arts is a group of girls, juniors and seniors, who combine a study of line arts and community service. The organization plans to sell stationery as a money mak- ing project. Ann Lindhohn is this year's president and Mrs. Carlson is the advisor. M. H. S. Service Organizations ROW 1: Denise Bell, Secretaryg Sandra Olsen, Vice Presidentg Pam Gust, Presidentg Faye Rice, Treasurerg Vicki Yonker, Assistant Secretary. ROW 2: Nancy johnsong Karen Caugheyg Barb Yonkerg Lois Taylor. ROW 3: Peggy Hallg Sally Schmiedingg Evonne Karnitzg Rhonda Berglund. ABOVE: Peggy Hall BELOW: Rhonda Berglund. BE- LOW RIGHT Pe Hall Vicki Yonker Miss Sol- ' I ggy , , berg, Karen Caughey, and Rhonda Berglund. The Y-Teens is a group of girls that gets together and does things for others by sponsoring a service project each month such as visiting nursing homes. They hold their meetings at the Y.W.C.A. twice a month. 83 g I VY'-Af'YVN,a NAM , Lui , Robin Ryan 1 2. Penny Clark 3 . Kathy Priefer 4. Kim Hall 5. Sandy Schoulten 6. Mary Veldman 7. M Corliss 8. Deallrlliie Babbitt Alicia Grennan . Barb Beckmiuist . Tamia Tay or 9. 10. Debbie Woodard 1 1 12 Marci Gfglrgnan ayne o on Sandy IBrokstad Billie Howard Barb Zimba Lou Ann johnson Laurie Westoif Laurie Ra p Sandy Halla Char Fielstra Charrise Luczyk Rhonda Radiator junior, Senior Girls I ABOVE: Marci Crennang BELOW: Sandy Brokstad, Mary Corliss, Jayne Iohnson. ., W Again this year the Iunior Girls have held a tea. Every girl is invited and each member is allowed to invite two sophomores. The Senior Girls have again held a dance, although it was not school sponsored. Plan Social Events ROW 1: C. Shields, B. Bonjemoor, T. Pugh, L. Leafers, A. Ellis, L. Ma- jors, Elliot, L. Olson, O. Santos, K. Spicer, ROW 2: M. Monroe, P Fischer, M. Shields, M. Herron, R. Crews, D. Williams, V. Jennings, C Buttemnore, W. Erickson, C. Nelson, M. Grycki, P. Thorsen, D. Swartz D. Swanson, K. McBride, B. Kersting. ROW 3: T. Clock, R. Sarvis, D Langoni, L. Pa.nici, 1. Reberg, K. Beattie, I. Firlit, M. Fortier, S. Siuda, l G. Ostling, C. Borgeson, S. Slater, I. Annessa , P. Schoulten, T. Cook, I. Kruse, S. Olson, D. S arrow. ROW 4: C. johnson, K. Grennan, C. O'Ma1ly, C. Olds, K. Scgxoll, S. Olson, Curtice, D. Westfield, S. Smith, K. Burt, R. Hall, R. Coffey, D. Frazine, P. jackson, L. Taylor, H. Bronsey, S. Schmieding, D. Dobberstein, E. Andersen, L. Vriesman, S. B ' . ABOVE: Olga Santos, Cindy Shields, Cindy Olds, Denise Langoni, Sha ron Brink: LEFT: Kim Grennan, Cindy Olds. 85 SFATED Ma1'511a H0111113-11 MUD' C011155 lane 131111101 A1111 1-1111111701111 Panici, Cheryl Nelson, Sandy Siuda, Steve Nielson, Diane Swanson, Ian S311 5111113 STANDING M155 Jacob fadV1501'l C111dY 511191115 Nancy Kruse, Rose Midkiff, Sue Schrumpf, Kathy Priefer, Christie Swansong Sto Olga Santos Diane Va.nCamp Denise Langoni Lone Carr IN TREE: Debby Babbitt. ABOVE: Jayne Johnson, Marsha Hoffman, and Peg Panici, LEFT: Debby Babbitt, Mary Corliss, and Sandy Brokstadg BELOW: Vicki Yonker. Stajfs Corwey Messages 4 ...... ABOVE: Sandy Schoulton, Ellen Vanderlaan, and john Ogleg BELOW: Marc VT Boo . ne and Russ Hartman 9 Wendy Woller and Donalyn Wolf. fue Two organizations have worked hard to bridge communications at M.H.S. They are SAID AND DONE and Keyhole. This year, SAID AND DONE was headed by jane Panici and Lorie Carr with Miss jacob as advisor. The Keyhole's advisor was Mrs. Helveston with Marc Boone as editor. ROW 1: Wendy Woller, Donalyn Wolf, Marc Boone, Ardis Hall, john Ogle, james Kroll. ROW 2: Barb Nelson, Sandy Schoulten, Laurie Westoff, Cheryl Lampkin, Ellen Vanderlaan. ROW 3: Mary Coleman, Russ Hartman, Phyllis Jackson, Mrs. Helveston Qadvisorj. 87 ROW 1: L. Sohasky, S. Schiller, I. Olsen, R. Smith, I. Achterhoff. ROW Ritcheske, F. Kenny L Olson E Cradisher S Schuitema I Therrian 2: B. Lindgren, Schroeder, B. Young, L. Kirksey, P. Olson, K. Iber- D. Daniels, P. Komdorfer. 4: L. Iimenea, R. Kestelbot, R. Fick shoff, A. Myrme , L. Kubiceck. ROW 3: S. Ellis, I. Larson, W. Duiser, J. K. Dodge, A. Martinez, M. Moore, ROW 5: E. Van Camp, R. Wissner. ABOVE: Dan Sieradzki and jeff Martin. BELOW: Ed Cradisher, jim jiminez, Larry jimmez. RIGHT: Mark Moore and Steve Schuitema. l The Varsity Club was established to promote good I sportsmanship and fair play in competitive sports within X the school system. The officers this year are jay Achter- hoff, president, Rick Smith, vice president, Jim Olsen, secretary-treasurer, Larry Sohasky and Steve Schiller, Sergeants at Arms. 'This year, the club sold bumper stickers boasting the Big Red Machine. Among their other activities, the guys are helpful in assisting at the Snow Carnival and the bas- ketball games. s Varsity, G.A.A. Enjoy Action Aww-,,, ROW 1: D. Maynard, M. Grennan, D. Derouin, P. Schroeder, B. Keay, 2: D. VanCaJnp, S. Brokstad, M. Hoffman, C. Narowitz, S. Schiller, N. M. Ward, B. Bonjemoor, T. Pugh, L. Gardner, L. Polak, M. Grycki, P. Stohr, S. Schrurnpfg Pres., B. Soltessg Treas., Brosey, C. Swanson, N. Smith, T. Guerrero, A. Ibarrag Sec., S. Brink, S. Wathen, A. Ellis. ROW Blink, ROW 3: P. Fodrocy, D. Swanson, P. Cummings, Vice Pres. . -'nw ABOVE: Sue Schrumpf, Carol Gonyon, Marsha Hoffman, Sandy Brokstad, Marcy Grennan, Chris Swanson, Colleen Mahoney, Barb Soltess. LEFT: Candy Narowitz. G.A.A. is an organization in which girls can participate and enjoy athletics. Their activities include volleyball, basketball, bowling, gymnastics, slumber parties, and a camping trip. A banquet is held at the end of each year I for the presentation of awards. B9 Booster, Chess Club have good year. ROW 1: Randy Bogner, Sally Siuda, Bill Hubbell, jack Stohr, Craig Barr, Baker. ROW 2: Kaihy Prieferg Judy Spoelhofg Linda Cambleg Cindy Conzalesg Wendy Ericksong Penny Clarkg Debbie Kantorg Candy Narowitz, Bonnie Bentlyg Terri Czarnieckig Patty Veldmang ROW 3: Miss Iacobg Bob Anderson, Debbie Barnard, Chris Swansong Denise Lanfggnig Seth Telesg Dick Wingo, Roy Cravesg Charlie Kellyg Clark Bra 'eldg Peggy Panicig Charrise Luczykg Diane Swansong Diane To- Roy Graves, Seth Teles, Craig Barr 90 mang Sue Schillerg Marti Wardg Laura Hallg Bonnie Keayg Anne McShannockg Mary Veldmang Mary Goldmang Kathy Schaffer. ROW 4: Diane Spoelhofg Cindy Shieldsg Kyleen Spicerg Debbie Moslyg LeAnn Thaylerg Olga Santosg Sue Schrumpfg Sally Schmielingg Lowel Kirkseyg Pam Collinsg Anita Budzynski. ROW 5: Marcy Crennang Mary Corlissg Cheryl Nelsong Sandy Siudag Shelly Olseng Diane VanCampg Pam F odr- ocyg Nancy Stohrg Peggy Schroderg jill Gervais. :E Debbie Bamard, Diane Spoelhof, Sally Siuda, judy Spoelhof jeremy Bell. gpxgreg Mr. Dorris, advisorg Bob Andersong Stan Daszkog Joyce VVho paints signs for pep assemblies and athletic games? Who sells programs for varsity football games and hands out rosters for the Little Red games? Who is seen cheering at all the games? W'ho made the float that came in first for club competition? Who are the kids with a lot of school spirit? The Booster Club members, that's who! Chess, the game for in- tellectuals, is one of the many clubs here at M.H.S. This year there's something new in the club. Girls! Chess members compete with other chess players from dif- ferent schools. Anyone inter- ested is invited to attend their meetings. 91 ew Art Club Displays Talent ABOVE: Debbie Mesher, Gwen Ramey, Sheryl Seeger, Mary Caughey, Shelly Acre, Dan Bisson, Mr. Schoenknecht. 5 I ABOVE: Nancy johnson, Dan Bisson, Debbie Mosherg BELOW LEFT: Mike Ashendorf. Members of the Art Club engage in creating and con- structing original art projects. The officers this year are Dan Bisson, Presidentg Mike Ashendorf, Vice-Presidentg Shelley Acre, Treasurerg and Mary Caughey, Secretary. ROW 2: Keith Red, Dennis Booker, Dan Mills, jim Mills, Eli Farias, Monroe, fames Lawrence, Denise Andrews, Marsha Lawerence, Floyd Tom Twining, Albert Lara. ROW 1: Dan Hampton, Bill Hendricks, jim Riley, Ci bert Fulgram. Karate C lub Chopping Success BELOW: Monroe, BELOW RIGHT: Tom Twining, Bill Sutton. The Karate Club has had a successful year. The club has regular meetings to teach members new techniques in karate. They make trips to compete in tournaments and have done very well. Many students have won matches and placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd. 93 Ski Club Hits the Slopes ROW 1: Lane Stubbart, Mary Larson, Martha Ruhstorfer, Martha Pe- terson, Lynn Yonkers, Carol Rhodea, Linda Drent. ROW 2: Nancy Stohr, JoAnn Manor, Sue Schiller, Sherry White, Lisa Ballantine, Sand Wohlford, Judy Wurtz. ROW 3: Terry Delano, Diane VanCamp, Ruth Ann Robinson, Laurel Hall, N ancv Walukonis, Laurie Vriesman, Peggy Both the Radio and Ski Clubs have been active organiza- tions this year. The Radio Club, although small, has spon- sored carwashes and visited the Amateur Radio Council. Of- ficers for this year were Iohn Sullivan, president, Larry jibson, vice-president, and Rick Carpenter, committee chairman. The Ski Club expanded their membership this year from thirty to seventy students. They have had various projects throughout the year including carwashes, bubble gum and pickle sales, and a paper drive. The club has gone skiing throughout the year in the Traverse City Area. The officers this year are Sandy Freye, president, Martha Peterson, vice- presidentg and Peggy Cummings, secretary-treasurer. 94 Cmnmings, Hilmer Anderson. ROW 4: jim F elker, Mr. Elliot fadvisorj Steve Schiller, Wendy Erickson, Marty Ward, Debbie Kolkama, Ter Cook, Pe? Schmidt. ROW 5: Mark Derby, Paul Atkins, Randy DR quist, An ony Hurst, Tim Dykstra, Sandy Hall, George Casarez, Sue Schrumpf, Wayne Postmus, Steve Schnimpf. BELOW: Diane VanCamp Radio Club Turns On At M.H.S oklts and Larry IlbS0l1. BELOW: john Sulhvan. A. , Q, V x Wikman ,S Scene Marc Mondt, Martha Peterson, Shelia Cole, Carol johnson Ollicers: Dave Daniels, john Soyars, Judi Olsen, Joyce Chapel 96 Row 1: M. Moser, C. Gillette, G. Flores, T. Kidder, R. Ryan, L. Gamble, P. Moran, M. Peterson, P. Smith, A. Lindholm, S. Cole, S. Sla- ter, 1. Elliott, K. Hayes, B. West. Row 2: 1. Beighley, M. Pothoff, D Babbitt, N. Pittard, I. Felt, S. Forsythe, K. Hall, S. Hunt, A. Boelkins, I. Olsen, L. North, 1. Clanton, G. Wisnesnki, D. Hawkins, C. Iohnson, T Clock. Row 3: D. Westfield, L. Kuerth, P. O'Robbins, B. Spencer, G. Bennett, W. Bums, Felker, R. Terpstra, D. Hume, C. Almon, Allen, M. Mundt, D. Daniels, L. Hoeker, 1. Chapel. Row 4: K. Lehker, M. DeHom, M. Swartout, S. Parker, S. Graves, R. Bames, P. Czekuc, T. Bryson, K. Stults, W. Postmus, G. johnson, I. Soyar, C. VanDyke, C. Luczyk, K. Cotton, D. Swartz, M. Grennan. Left: Georgette Flores, Terry Kidder, Robin Ryan. The A Cappella Choir is directed by Mr. David Wikman. Serving as of- ficers are: Dave Daniels, President, john Soyars, Vice President, Iudi Ol- sen, Treasurerg and Ioyce Chapel, Secretary. Choir Members sold Christmas candles and baked goods to finance a planned trip to Grand Blanc this spring. The choir also planned the presentation of Haydn's Creation in March. 97 . .S. Sings Out Mads. ROW 1: Judy Wikman, Mary Shields, Blair Szymczyk, Terri Boelkins, Judy Olsen.lROW 3: Rich Barnes Steve Parker Ron Taylor, Cook, Debbie Maynard, Martha Peterson. ROW 2: Debb Babbitt, Bob Magi , John Soyars, Dave Daniels, Charlie VanDyke. Jane Lans, Ingrid Felt, Linda Kuerth, Joyce Chapel, Jane Elliott, Ann Honors Quartet. Above: Debbie Babbitt, Dave Daniels, Joyce Chapel, Ron Taylor. Right: Peggy Schmidt, Rochelle Stever, Annette Richmond, Debbie Vincent, Robbie Hough. 98 eda, R h lle Stever Carol Stonex Margeret Fxros Sandy Carney Girls Choir. ROW 1: Beth Bovenkerk, Cherry Holmes, Debbie Tabert, n oc e , , Debbie McChan, Ten'i Mitchel, Loretta Ruc s, Terri Pearo, Rose Mid- Mary Beth Fredrick, Peggy Schmidt, Anita Fox, Robbie Hough An kiif, Debbie Vincent, Eileen Ham. ROW 2: Sue Wikman, Gloria Casta- nette Richmond. The Mixed Choir and the Girls Choir, both directed by Mrs. Ca- ron Farmer, sang in the Christmas Concert this year. The groups meet first and second hours to practice. Madrigalians, directed by Mr. David Wikman, is a special choir formed from A Cappella. Among other activities, the Madrigalians went to Europe last summer. These choirs bring great musi- cal talent to M.H.S. R McCo -ROW 3- Laura Crews joseph Washington Linda Mixed Choir. ROW 1: Sheryl Sheilds, joy Taylor, Mary Shirk, Molly ton, ose y. . , Stevens, Tressie Salazar, Gina Schmidt, Kathie Tucker, Wanda Harris. Kroeze, Bill Thompson, Charles Alexander, Barb Sears Pedro Smith ROW 2: Iolanta Corayec, Gloria Rodgers, Linda Foster, Sue Van- Sandra Ross. denBerg Denise Andrews, Lisa Tillman, Cheryl Barnes, Shirley Nor- String Along With Riters ROW l: R. Coffell, K. Hayes, M. Ward, P. Smith S Wedell C Rudis, J. Wainwright, Mr. Riters, Director. ROW 2: Syullivan, D.,Swartz, S Swilslng Miiiema, B. Thue, D. Toman, P. Veldman, S. Slater '. i e, . c',P.M ,M.Pthff.ROW3:L.Yk,A Grennan, Annesg, D. DeVcglzfeT N. Stohr, ffi. Bergsma, J. Wffclfngfz, B y Szymczyk, K. Trethewey, G. Barber, B. West, T. Gilmore. ROW 4: D Waite, M. Herron, M. Versalle, I. Felt, C. DeMarse, T. VerDuin, L Richards, R. Taylor, D. McSwiggen. STANDING: E. Schertenlieb, A Hurst. Throughout the year, the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Riters, performs several concerts. They also perform twice each month for the Kiwanis Club. The orchestra meets every fourth hour and on Wednesday night. The group stresses per- fection and Mr. Riters wants them to achieve it. Nina North 'I00 Band Spurs School Spirit Stage Band. ROW 1: Mark Wolters, Brian Kaub, Tim Dykstra, Blair Demais McSwiggen, Chris Dougherty, Roger Graves, Larry Richards. Henry, Steve Graves, Dan Klinkner, Chris DeMarse, Rick Rollins. Szymczyk, joe Phem. ROW 2: Larry Dobberstein, Paul Toman, George Bar ROW 3: George Barber, Guy ber, Chris Dougherty 5' """ wqlxf 'era ' :rg fm, V-QV. - T. Bruce DeVoogd, Mike Versalle, Dan Klinkner. LEFT: Martha Herron. The Stage Band is a group of boys who perform for vari- ous social events around Muskegon. The Pep Band is the spirit booster of M.H.S. This is a group of volunteers who assist in bringing out the enthusiasm of the student body. They perform at junior Varsity football games, basketball games and at pep assemblies. IOI Symphonic, Concert Band ROW 1: B. Ziemha, J. Dexter, L. Belrose, B. Thue, M. Veldman, D Toman, P. Veldman, S. Slater, D. Vanderplow, B. Bice, B. Bergsma, j Wrlcman. ROW 2: S. Medema, J. Wurtz, B. Szymczyk, K. Trethewey, T Taylor S Freye D Waite M Herron M Versalle - . , . , . , . , . , I. Felt, K. An dersen, j. Reberg, B. Plont, L. Hall, P. Schmidt, White, ROW 3: L Carlson, N. Pittard, S. Way, L. Helverson, T. Dykstra, D. Sparrow, B The Muskegon High School Band had the honor of being invited to the Midwes- tem Conference this year. They were one of three high school bands invited to par- ticipate. The Symphonic Band also at- tended the District and State Band Festi- vals. Oflicers of the band were: Timm VerDuin, President, Mark Wolters, Vice President, George Barber, Treasurerg Barb Thue, Secretary. The Concert Band prepares its members for the Symphonic Band. Both bands sold oranges, grapefruits and Christmas trees. The money they raise provides them with buses used in traveling to festivals and other engagements. 'I02 Kolmodin, S. Graves, K. DeMarse, D. Klinkner, K. McBride, B. Kirstl Kaub, M. Wolters, 1. Soyars, L. Richards, T. VerDuin, G. Henry, D ing, R. Wolfis. ROW 4: R. Graves D. McSwiggen D. Aslakson C. Bar ber, 1. Contrady, B. Magil, B. Doughty, Mr. Krive, Director, Rl Szymc: zyk, A. Hurst, E. Schertenlieb, C. DeYoung. Vlake Music ROW 1: N. Walukonis, K. Klinkner, M. Shields, 1. Kruse, C. Borgeson B. Bentley, B. jones, S. Elliot, C. Bos, R. Robertson. ROW 2: 1. Ziemba G. johnson, C. Rylott, L. Leafers, I. Carlson, K. lbershotf, D. Parrot, S Timmer, S. Grennan, D. DeRouin, L. Gardner, K. Perry, K. Hurst ROW 3: K. Cotton, B. Sutherland, L. North, T. Snyder, D, Frazine, L Dunnewin, A. Shaffer, P. Shields T. Cook, P. Toman, M. Hartman, I. Phem, M. Bohland, M. Versalle, D. Reinecke, M. Herron, E. Marcario, l LEFT: Mark Wolters. E. Rollins. ROW 4: K. Caughey, C. Coffell, 1. Houg, j. Collins, A. Bus ard, A. Cincush, C. Gillette, M. McFaden, L. Herbert, E. Nelson, K Holmes, T. Goulet, G. Blzmke, K. Groeneveld, R. Graves, L. Doherstein D. Weaver, G. Devoogd, G. Nauta, B. Flickema, D. Hume, D. Sie plinga, C, Dougherty. ROW 5: Mr. Krive, Director: T. May, R. Szyinc zyk, D. johnson, T. Root, P. Heistand, C. DeYoung. 103 ,I 6 3 Y 'xfgfg' 5431? 'S www? 843' h 1' e n Q YJ sf sw L K 1 5 lx fa f-N UL We an JR' fs X A Q? Y: 3 wW?7 4 55515, ,ia K " 3 5? 1, M4 F 'iii J- . . f g '11+ -was 1 zu i 'arm i l . 2 :gm X www ,p w ww . 3 : 13 an I Q ' 'ff wa 2 3- . wifi ' ww ES fi l QE l N . SN ' ' ' ,2 15 1,, - "ff ::1,. 11 W '322..,:3:h.:f.r..54,ik ,,.5. 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M ill a N 5 l 3 E gr! is E f gl gli gk,M, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,Q rHefa,,,klAmmi,,me wTatlm-i Ron Taylor and Coach Ormiston. The Muskegon Big Reds, under Coach Larry Harp, captured the state crown. This was Harp's first season here as head coach. The Big Red Machine gained fame as they placed iirst in the state, L.M.A.C., and city. The Big Reds placed high in the all-conference stand- ings. Iay Achterhoff, Steve Wilson, Rick Smith, Larry So- hasky, and jim Olsen were chosen for their defensive ef- forts and Eric Van Camp, Randy Wissner, and Olsen re- ceived the honor for their performance on the offense. Those receiving honorable mention were Steve Schiller and Rick George for defense and Schiller, Marc Randall, Brad Young, Achterhoff, Sohasky, and Bob Lindgren for the offense. All-State honors went to linebacker jay Achterhoif, running back Eric Van Camp, and an honorable mention to defensive back Rick Smith. Iay Achterhoif also received the award of High School Football Player of the Year for the state of Michigan. Coach Taylor and Bob Lindgren. Above: Managers Hilmer Anderson, Robin Blake, Mark Medley, Arnold Han son, Luke Ie erson. Opposite: Coach Harp and Doctor Fugate. 107 Muskegon recorded its second victory of the year by defeating the Benton Harbor Tigers 28-6. The Big Reds again scored the first time they had the ball. The offense drove 58 yards with Eric Van Camp o- ing in from the 6. Rick Smith ran for the two-point conversion. Musse- gpln scored again before the end of the first quarter. Larry Sohasky ocked down a Benton Harbor pitch and recovered the ball. Van Camp ran the final 16 yards. The try for the extra point failed, and Muskegon led 14-0. The Bi Red defense turned in a fine goal line stand to preserve that lead at hal? time. Muskegon got the ball after a Benton Harbor punt in the third quarter. Van Camp got his third touchdown on a 55 yard run. A Lindgren-to-Wissner ass was good for the two points. Muskegon's shoutout was spoiled wlien a Benton Harbor back ran for 40 yar s and scored. The Big Reds came right back with Van Camp again scoring, this time from 18 yards out. Fred Kenny led the defense with two pass interceptions as Muskegon again received an- other fine defensive effort. The Big Reds rolled to their fourth straight victory by defeating Grand Haven 37-14. The Bucs scored first, putting the Reds at a 7-0 disadvantage early in the first quarter. Late in the second quarter, Bob Lindgren fired four completions in the touchdown drive. Randy Wiss- ner caugtht a five-yarder for a touchdown with just 29 seconds left on the cloc . Lindgren passed to Eric Van Camp for the two- oint con- version and the Big Reds led at the half 8-7. Muske on took Sie second half kickoff all the way, with Van Camp scoring fgrom five yards out. Lindgren ran for the two points for a 16-7 lead. The Bucs cut the lead with an interception of a Lindgren ass for a touchdown. The extra point gave Muske-gpm a slim 16-14 leag. Van Camp scored again on a 15 yard nm, wtih Ric George kicking the extra point. Rick Smith got the ast Muskegon score on a three yard drive. The extra point failed. The Muskegpn efense limited the Bucs to only 38 yards rushing in the sec- ond ha . The defensive standouts were linebackersiay Achterhoff and Steve Wilson along with comerback Rick Smi and safety jim Ritcheske. 108 The Muskegon Big Reds triumphed in their 1971 season opener. New head coach Larry Harp fired up the Big Reds and they responded with a 210 win over Grand Rapids Catholic Central. The Big Reds scored the first time they had the ball. lim Olsen made a fumble recovery, giv- ing the Reds a scoring oglportunity. Four plays later, Marc Ran all went in from the 26 yard 'ne for a touchdown and a 6-0 lead. Randy Wissner cataght Bob Lindgren's pass for the two-point conversion and a Big Red lea of 8-0. Later in the second cgluarter, the Big Reds marched 85 yards with Eric Van Camp getting t e final 10 yards for a second touchdown. The pass for an extra two points failed and Muskegon led at the half 14-0 over Grand Rapids Catholic Central. Rick George com- pleted the scoring for the night when he retumed the second half kick off for 70 yards and a touch own. George kicked the extra point and it added up to a Muskegon Big Red triumph of 21-0. jay Achterhoff and Ieff Martin led a fine defense against the Grand Rapids Catholic Cen- tral team. f Muskegon was invaded by the highly regarded Heights Tigers, but the Big Reds met the challenge and shut out the Tigers 29-0. The Mus- kegon offense moved the ball the first time they ha it with Bob Lind- gren passing 17 yards to Fred Kenny for the first touchdown. The con- version failed. The Heights stopped by Kenny's interception of an errant pass. The Reds scored in four plays with Eric Van Camp making a fine nm of 60 yards. Lindgren ran or the two-point conversion. Mus- kegon moved 51 yards the next time they had the ball wih Lindgren bootlegging the final eight Cyards. Lindgren passed to Van Camp for the conversion and the Big Re s held a 22-0 lead. Larry Sohasky recovered a fumble gving Muskegon the ball. The Big Reds covered the last 25 yards with a Lindgren-to-Van Camp pass. Rick George added the extra point kick and the first half ended with the score at 29-0. There was no scoring in the second half. The Big Reds were led on defense by jay Achterhoff, Larry Sohasky, jim Olsen, Larry Olson, and jeff Martin. The Big Reds received a stem test from the Chemics of Midland, but eventualllf' prevailed 46-15. Muskegon took the opening kick off with Bob Lin gren passing to Randy Wissner for a 6 yard touchdown. Eric Van Camp ran for the two-point conversion. The Chemics caught fire in the second quarter and scored twice before Muskegon could recover. Midland led 15-8 only minutes before the half. Lindgren passed to Wissner for a 9 yard touchdown. Steve Schiller recovered a Midland fumble, with Lindgren and Wissner again connecting for a scorin play, this one covering 35 yards. In the second half Marc Randall took control of the game as he scored on successive scorin 'aunts of 56,70, and 79 yards. Rick George added the P.A.T. after Rancfalfs third touch-h down. Muskegpn completed its scoring on Van Cam 's 72 yard touch- down run, wit George kickin the extra point, The djefensive effort in- cluded linebackers teve Sciiller, jay Achterhoff and ends Larry Sohasky and jeff Martin, the defensive backs joe Meyers, and jim Ritcheske plus Rick Smith and Dan Sieradzki. w l The Big Reds played a superb first half against Mona Shores, but it was a different story in the second half as Muske on stormed to a 51-19 victory! The Big Reds scored first on Marc Randafl's 47 yard run. Shores came ack with a touchdown. Then with Rick George getting the ball to the one yard line, Bob Lindgren got the touchdown and also ran the two points. The Sailors cgot another touchdown. The Big Reds came back with a gass to Ran y Wissner for a touchdown. Lindgren passed to Eric Van amp for the two points. Van Cam started the scoring in the second half with a 38 yard run. Randall ran fldr the two points. Ran- dall got another touchdown and two-point conversion. Van Camp got a touc down on a 7 yard run. Rick George kicked the extra point. The ball was fumbled and lim Ritcheske took it for a 30 yard run touch- down. Mona Shores scored again against the Big Red reserves. The extra point kick was good. This ended the scoring at 51-19, Van Camp anddR?ndall led the Big Red attack, with jim Olsen and Dan Sieradzki on e ense. The Big Red Machine continued to roll with a convincing 43-6 vic- tory over Warren Mott. It was Muskegon's fifth straight victor . Mus- kegon's first touchdown was on a four yard pass from Bob Lindbgren to Randy Wissner. Eric Van Camp ran for the two point conversion. Van Camp scored the next touchdown on an 85 yard run from scrimmage. Rick George kicked the extra point. The next Muskegon score was set up by 1:1 Achterhoff's pass interception. Van Camp moved in the last four yar and the Big Reds had a half-time lead of 21-0. The Mott Ma- rauders scored in the third quarter on a 15 yard pass. The conversion attempt was no good. Muskegon scored again on George's short touch- down run. Lindgren ran for the two-point conversion. Marc Randall ran 65 yards for another touchdown with George kicking the extra point. George completed the Big Red scoring on a one yard touchdown plus kicking the P.A.T. This gave Muskegon a 43-6 victory. Linebackers Steve Wilson, safety jim Ritcheske an cornerback Rick Smith were cited for their plays on the defense. The Big Reds, No. 2 in the state, defeated the Trojans of Traverse City who were No. 1. Traverse City scored first on a 34 yard pass. Mus- kegon struck back on Larry Sohasky's grab of a Traverse City punt. The scoring play was good for 65 yards. Bob Lindgren passed to Randy Wissner for the two-point conversion. Muskegon was ineffected for the rest of the first half as Traverse City put together two long touchdown drives to take a 18-6 lead. The Big Reds were a different team in the second half. 'The offense started to generate and the defense dominated Traverse Citi getting only 26 Jfards total offense in the second half. The Big Reds too the kick o an moved in for the touchdown in less than two minutes. Eric Van Camp got the touchdown, but a Lindgrenlto- Wissner pass was the key play in the touchdown drive. A fumble recov- ery by jim Olsen gave the Big Reds an excellent scoring tapportunity. A Lindgren pass to Mike Cross provided the winning touch own. The Big Red offense preserved the victory by controlling the ball for the iina seven minutes of the game. Playirgg excellent games for the Big Reds were Bob Lindgren on offense an Rick Smith and Steve Schi ler on defense. The Bi Reds had a difficult time with the Muskegon Catholic team. The Big Reds did come out on top of the game, through, 6-0. It was a defensive battle all the way, with the only score coming on Marc Ran- da1l's eight yard run late in the second quarter. A crucial play in the drive was Bob Lindgren's fourth down ass to Eric Van Camp. It was gaod for a first down and it kept the cffive alive. Catholic had many 'ves, but the Big Reds defense rose to the occasion each time. Fred Kenny stopped one of the drives with a intercegition. Other defensive stars were Steve Wilson, jim Olsen and Rick mith. Van Camp and Randall again were Muskegon's offensive power. The Big Reds were handicapped playing without two starters, tackle Iaty Ac terhoff and safety jim Ritcheske. The victory assured Muskegon o its No. 1 ranking in the state. This was Muskegon s first state cham ionshi football team in 21 years, since the time when Earl Morrall plfayed fdr Muskegon. CONGRATULATIONS BIG REDS!! 109 Larry Longmire Brad Hotz Al Ingram IN., Paul Czekuc Dan Sieradzki Lany Sohasky Bob Young Martin Skinner Mal-C Randall Eric Van Camp Epi f i 32: ir V V- r Q , -, , , , l - 4 wfm tgif Q If ' - V N .nl M- ' ' ff ' ' - rf -be' ' S .K , ?..:3.E A::5ef-jg-sasgfgjg f 1 M, .S -'.:E,,. 1:-asf-X ,fa ,rr . :,s,f"1:'5 r i e e 1 :f-'Huggy ef " f' fr, J'-B1'.'W'1"-m vp, .ws W5 - " Q -r-' s. mfg 43' Qu' .:1. i Z 'H-Jw 41,-.. ,Spf -9 - f'35"l1E?J. ,I..'. 4, f -1 V -n" fF'f"f .,'f-.I--ff-'Q--'?::7f-if ,.. W" f .. fr: v :..f.,m.r:f qv' . - K - 'M q N . W -Q. Ralph Cincush Randy Wissner Senior Gridders 72 Bob Lindgren joe Schroeder Harold Thomas Brad Yolmg Karl Ibershoff joe Meyers 'GBM' xg Roosevelt Watts Dave Straley jim Olsen Wayne Duiser Rick Smith Bruce Okerluud 1 , W:.3'i:'l 2.-,3"' "' -lf, Q, 7 V 1314 291 Q 1: ?'-31, -"Hats: fs'--f '. .? 'i1'1: 'yin -' , - .ffrfakglv ' " -. -1 ' -3, 1 ' -- '-'1'?'A-af, ' L' 4' -2'-2s'.' "UT: 'th' 1- v ' W f i r 1 E, 5 949565 K ,h Q V my P'4g,w :Qim-n, K aff... I k . 4 ,..g- , c- . -uh. Row 1: T. Wolters, D. Medlin, D. Duram, M. Schmidt M Baker I Whitson, G. Houseman, T. Hoffman, A. Majors, P. Scdtt. Row 2:,B: Straley, E. Furman, S. Drelles, T. Schnotala, K. Holmstrom K. Bill- mgsley, E. Hoisington, K. Schuitema, C.. Whitson. Row 3: B Hartman C. Shomin, R. Backensto, I. Rodriquez, K. Topling, R. Terpstra, J. Phill The Muskegon Little Reds extended their winning streak through 59 games before being defeated by Mona Shores, Muskegon Catholic Central, and Traverse City. The Most Valuable Player was Gary Houseman. The Most Improved Player was joe Rodriquez. The "Little Red Award" went to Tim Schnotala. The team fought and played well to cap another suc- cessful season for the Muskegon Little Reds. Coach Erickson and Coach Lewis. I 14 li , L. Dennie, C. Steward, I. Moser. Row 4: H. Leighty, D. Strah, C. Nllajeski, P. MacPherson, C. Hall, S. Pendell, T. Marine, R. Schoenma- ker, A. Cam bell. Row 5: H. Anderson, A. Hanson, R. Baker, F. Beech- craft, G. Regedew, C. Clark, R. Blake, T. Versalle, Coaches. Q Little Red defense. E, Furman-35, I. Witson-18, K. Billingsley-42 Little Reds End 6-3 Season E. Furman. I E. Spann-21, G. Davis45. Liiw L Ni 1 w if mf' Us ' ., A '22 itil. nw, .W .- z1,ijg53L1g"wf.iiiEf. .QQ 'lm fE,li,4fwf,QQ! 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Poor free throw shooting held the team back, as they were beaten at the free throw line seven times. Because of the constant juggling of the starting line-up, the team had many turnovers and inconsistent playing resulted. Captain Steve Carlson led the team in assists and field goal percentages. Senior Mark Johnson distinguished himself as a great floor player and led the Reds in stolen passes ending in baskets. Much of the squad was com- posed of juniors who will be returning next year to put the Big Reds on top. ! Row 1: Coach Murphy, Lionel Richmond, Fred Kenny, Mark johnson, Alkema, Eric Morris, Larry Olson, Steve ,Carlson, Mike Cady, Dave jeff Clark, Glenn Wilcher, Ken Martin, Larry Knox, Herbert Ray Row Kolmodin, Carl Thomas, Mgr. ' 2: Mgr. Bruce Denson, Al Williams, Vemon Morgan, Ron Taylor, jeff II6 Above: Coach Murphy, Captain S. Carlson. Right: Vernon Morgan Bi Reds Senior Cagers Lead Big Reds Vernon Morgan Mark johnson 1 18 Steve Carlson Glenn Wilcher i Al Williams Ken Martin Big Reds Mark johnson 1221, Eric Morris 1501, Steve Carlson 1121 Ken Martin 1241, Steve Carlson 1121 Mark johnson 1221, Vem Morgan 1401, Ken Martin 1241 Steve Carlson 1121 Row 1 Randy Gantt Broderxck Flowers, Lester jay, Stanley Kmght Compte Rlchard Stovall, Paul Peterman, Perry Scott, Michael Ricco, Steve Wedlaw Steve Drelles Kevm Bnllmgsley Row 2 Coach Le TONY Carter, Hal Allen, Jeff WhifS0H, Kevin Schuitema- Lzttle Reds End Season 6'-10 ,, gt t P ' , J f H vwiil f.ggl2ff?fggf , ww' - 5 S. ' " tl ,lf 1 A S 5 5 , T M Wi tsl .1 23 ' W ALEX? 355 liiE?,sifisiSlS K X BX llpsswg' ,i nl ll ll M 'I fa , E le ff davit?-:2ihiiS:if+1'7i2 Ei'i2"'iii'i,f ,',, ,," jg, . . "WLw', I., iilii-Jw 5 145 S ' X ri ft'e S gil: QM if ff ig r W, .1 - . 1 H f 'ntet f .Eb is . Q 1' I EASE. - . SS 1:..,i X l 1 W ' A 5 X S 55 SQ no S' 52 A " 33? 5 'W ww arliaif .. 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The Most Valuable Player was Paul Peterman and Most Improved was Tony Carter. Winner of the Pepper Pot award for enthusiasm and team spirit was Broderick Flowers. 121 ?l .,Q Q Q-,f . ami -V , t . , Qwsme--.. K' 3 ,an 53? ' Row 1: Bob Bennett, Scott Wagner, Alvaro Martinez, tin, Bob Young, Mike Schmidt, Al Ingram, Jai' Ach- Larry jimenez, Mike Simonson, jeff Schwietler, Steve terhoff, Rick Smith, Karl Ibershotf, Dan Sohas y, La- Wilson. Row 2: Coach Warren Ormiston, Mike Mar- Mark Bell, Coach Bob Erickson. Bi Red atmen Under the direction of the new head wrestling coach, Bob Erickson, the Big Reds ended the 1972 season with a record of 6 wins, 5 losses, and 2 ties. jay Achterhoff, Most Valuable Player, Rick Smith, and LaMark Bell, qualified for regionals, with Achterhoff going on to the state tourna- ment, as well. 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E' .1-55 2 ,,, 1 5' Y 1 1, s -,gg f K 1 1 5 , ', 3 ,g ,544 T , Y U f ,,., Q Ee s-.5 N 1 ,T I, ,i. sw I-WM , Y--, ff...---.r--TY,-.. . ,ww , M Frm! l Row 1: Coach Bob Erickson, joe Miles, jim Bisson, Glenn renzo Dennie, Kurt Ibershoff, Carg Honsemant Hrerb DeVoogd, Sam F ilipando, Don Ostrander, Chris Young, Her- Leighty, Kevin Holmes, Raymond Bac tel, Steve Mllletlch, man Buckner. Row 2: Glenn Peddler, joe Rodriquez, Lo- Stewart Fessenden, Coach Warren OHHlStOH . V Wrestlers K Above: Dave Bond. Below: Dennis McSwiggen The 1971-1972 swim team ended the season with a 1-9-1 record. Leading swimmers were seniors Dave Bond, who broke the 100 yard butteriiy record with a time of 1:10.74 Gordy Bacheller, who broke the record in the backstroke with a mark of 1:06.55 Paul Olson, who broke the 200 yard free style record with a time of 2:08.8g Dennis McSWiggen in the medleyg diver Dave Straleyg and jim Ritcheske and junior Tom Jacobson in the 50 and 100 yard sprints. 127 I Eric Rollins. K Big Red Swimmers. Above: Larry Sieradzki. Below: Dave Bond Above: Cordy Bachelor. Below: Tom Wolters Dave Straley. Ed Straley and Coach Heckaman. C03Ch Dave Heckaman- Baseball: Yesterday Row 1: jeff Picard iManagerj, Buzzy Woodard, Bob Bennett, Tom Zelinski Dan Sieradzlci, Steve Schuitema, Terry Babbitt, Kim Buckley, Russ Hartman: Karl McKenzie, Steve btrah, Mike Martin, Sam StAmour fManagerJ. Row 2: Coach Peter Kutches, Ed Cradisher, Randy Parker, joe Meyers, Mike Stegall, Fred Kemiy, Steve Schrumpf, Bob Bice, Mike Priest, Larry Olson, Mike Wa- genmaker, Les Poort, Mark Van Dam, Bob Buikema, Dan Klinker, Julius Lar- son, Coach Gerald Eaton. The 1971 Baseball Team consisted of tive sophomores out of the starting nine. There were no special awards, recognition or new records set during the season. The leading hitters were: Fred Kenny, 412, joe Meyers, .3953 and Terry Babbitt, .339. Terry Babbitt was also named The Most Valuable Player. Coach Eaton said that he expects a good season in 1972, be- cause he has most of the starting power back, which consists of the two leading hitters and three top pitchers. Again in 1972, a great number of sophomores came out and they look promising. 130 F ? 'E Z g - 1. -...Q 1 .213 E2 1: it pr, l fa, . as fer. sit Q 5 ...Ja - I W J' ' ' 55" 53 1 36 -1 :df 14, t ' H1'fMs2, .f ' 3 , . 5151-gp. ,. . fit .., .KV 5 Ei, . gt " i 1? 25:5 ,, .... rr 1 E. X ,,.,,,i?.. : ,,-- 1 ,gm gr1,5a.'4" 11 1 , ' ill -.1,-we 1 K .. ., ' 1 , 1 . . 1 1 1:5 ' , ip! ' yt-,r. 1, Q- .f Q, 1 Ss Elf iii 15' ,. e a-'I if A f ffm E12 1 em :We -1 . E ajfsl- ' 1 was li Q qi M , . .EW 1 . srsfrvv, W ' '11 1, IQ ' Wav: P1 E ' f l 1 fl islgs alll ilggglg rg! l id . , KZ My Ezlpiiillg H1 3,5 lg 1 iii? ,lsr w ill 'xi l il illw get , 1' Q ' Xl lit 'lui 5 sl ly Ei' 1 A W5 . ,, ,, W... , .-sn!-f'1iQ ?f :" s W :E 1 2 .f Na ., . 3 1: a s -1 A ? 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I I '1' Q: 1, 1 5 1 , pls . 1 3"t7:ff3 ' ,, 1 1 ' " 1 11 Y' ' 1 5 -m..1.sa,....saY-isr.w,,...,.e.g.v.1s -1-it is 1.21. ,f f .-s I 'Y .tv J' Mr we ga .f a i And Today mv. 1-nw WWWWW mm- was ' Nw vssw am K nsafsffw- ng, fwilax m...,., ,ff -4.,,Mm "M-.. 131 . V, ,L Q f i 71 . .k .- E .. K, W ,Q ,Q i L ' .L , if L L l 1 ' '.f'zi.z,w:v "" , 1 9. 1 . . .V . :-M,',,..i-.lilhil I .Hg , Nagy L W E - ff gf- " , .N . I vh-A' ,k., , , f 7- K ' 5- - Q M U I ,- Ll LL f '2 X ff, "" I 'Ei'LL5LL'kvisa-'.'.5iy''fx,14L:'2'-Lifflfgjg ,. LQ ,Q U 1 , f ., ,, - , -V 4 4 .1.M5,J , if ...M , V-A f ..., V -' y, ?E 5:, mpg- 1: '59, 5 ga . V ' . , - . . fy-V Q' nw ,W . .I 1 . 1 L L L ' 1' L 1 'T' 1' , - L . f L LA 1 4:2 4 gffjgpi 5' f U l ' . My K I . - 4,3 ' ,S V V -.Q Q Wt, , -'Lf wk .gases , -: - 'ef M.. M . . Runners Row 1: Lany Jimenez, Dave Daniels, Mark Moore, Lowell Kirksey, jim Therrian, Steve Schuitema, Rick McGhan, Rick Goodwin. Upper Right: Mark Moore, Kurt Davis, Ed Cradisher. 132 Row 2: Alvaro Martinez, Mike Martin, jim Jimenez, Ken Dodge, Pat Mulready, Tom Cudelsky, Andy Baldwin, Kurt Davis, Kim Kobza, Ed Gradisher, Rick Fick, Ross jibson, Bob Letherby, Coach Dorris. The Cross Country team this year was coached by Mr. John Dorris. This year's team had a lot of team spirit and a great drive to win. The co-captains were jim Therrian and Steve Schuitema. jim Therrian and Mike Martin were named the Most Valuable Players for the 1971 team. The record for the 1971 season was eight wins and one loss. The Big Reds placed second in the final league standings. l s The 1971 Track team was coached by Roger Chiaverini. They had an overall good season, placing fourth in the city. Dave Williams and Sanders Harris each broke the school's records. Williams broke the record in the 880 and Sanders broke the high jump record. They both were the city champs in the 880 and high jump respectively. gugfim , ,. . .,,-,,,,, . sl. , . , . In 9 M D DMM dkkk ll V "Hifi K K, .c , f Q-gg-sun!! - 'L -W -F --P--- W -K, , Y Wk 3 , .. IL X V ' ,QW ll ., 1. 'Tl Y v ' 41' .rl I' " . .JI 1 'lf -nr, ' K' W JL Q! rf "' " ll """" 'B Y 34 xg I il .L ll P- A "1 pagans:- Row 1: L. Kirksey, D. Williams, D. Black, M. Meyers, G. Tillema, C. Taylor, E. VanCa.mp, F. Riley. Row 2: R. Medema, L. Jimenez, R. Bo- bian, R. Wissner, L. Loss, Ritcheske, R. McChan, Wisneski, 'Il1errian. Row 3: P. Komdorfer, S. Warren, K. Davis, H. TenHove, A. Hurst, D. Daniels, K. Dodge, V. Stedman, A. Martinez. Row 4: R. Fick, W. Duiser, L. Sohasky, C. Fulgham, R. Taylor, M. Moore, j. Allen, B. Peterson. Row 5: A. Hanson, Mgr., M. Howard, 1. Russell, R. Kesteloot, S. Harris, j. Kubicek, L. Ielferson, Mgr., Coach Roger Chiaverini 133 The Boys VVh0 Swing Chris Brovm, Tim Geoghan, Ed Strach, john Contrady The 1971 Golf Team ended the season with a 4-12 record. Coach Frank LeCompte was the team's new coach this year. He has high hopes for next year since there was only one senior on the team this year. junior john Contrady was selected as the Most Valuable Player. The team included: Chris Brown, Ed Strach, Tim Geog- han, john Contrady, Chuck Majeski, Dave Larson, Greg Carlson, Hans Norbotten, and jeff Hatcher. 134 SCORE MHS 341 Muskegon Catholic 343 Mona Shores 343 Holland 339 Muskegon Heights 343 Benton Harbor 171 Reeths Puffer 360 Traverse City 341 Grand Haven 331 Muskegon Catholic 341 Mona Shores 341 Holland 363 Benton Harbor 215 Muskegon Heights 365 Grand Haven 358 Traverse City 358 St. Francis john Contrady-MVP 306 309 338 433 404 169 350 330 320 324 335 404 204 330 342 367 Row 1: T. Weatherbee, B. Seimen, T. Riley, R. Huffman, B. Tokarz, T. Emi G. Ribesky, M. Ruiter, S. Ellis,B. Carlson, D. Emig,J. Fishel, j. Rutz, Kordecki, B. Vledder, B. Lingdren, Row 2: Coach Cross, G. Howiland, T. Jacobson, 1. Stewart, T. Archambeau, T. Gu elsky. SCORE Muskegon's 1971 Tennis Team placed first in the LMAC MHS 7 5 7 4 6 0 7 1 6 7 7 6 2 6 5 7 6 Muskegon Catholic Holland Christian Mona Shores Holland West Michigan Christian East Grand Rapids Benton Harbor Holland Traverse City Grand Haven Mona Shores Reeths Pulfer East Grand Rapids Muskegon Catholic West Michigan Christian Grand Haven Holland Christian with a score of 61. They also received first place in the re- gionals with a total of 12. Dave Emig, runner-up in the Regional Singles, was named Most Valuable Player and was also selected as the recipient of the james Cameron Memorial Sportsmanship Award by his teammates. This is the yearly award given to a senior. Winners of the Conference titles Were: Dave Emig- Number 1 Singlesg Rick Huffman-Number 4 Singles, Toni Gudelsky and George Emig-Number 1 Doublesg and Bob Lindgren and jeff Howland-Number 2 Doubles 135 I 136 -is .x F. f 2 i R f 5 3, 553 u p A 3? Xara: . 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S E A I r ' W . .4.,.,L- ' fri V -, 211- 'fa ' 55- 2 " Q, , ' 155 ' Debbie O'Malley, Vice President , V ' "' "17EEI5',E ,X-.t :..',:: uHw,v..-'.,,,-.:-,,- .., 1 , , .,, , fsfrazp, .. ,, 'mf-pfeww QM.- , .-vi, f, .K r , , . ,gy M , ie'i f EL Jn , l w "N' Hf"ffff23gi'irfe:: - imma ff fg "21i5l5m -' 1 A al.. it ii 46 K JC us' We , '21 X S 5, ., .. w gel., S x - 'Miik David Bentle Rhonda Berg und Cary Bergman Kenneth Bergman Rebecca Bergsma Rick Bialik Steve Blackwell George Blaske Nancy Blink Richard Bobian Ann Boelkins Bette Anne Bonjemoor Cheryl Borgeson Cheryl Bos Cindy Olds, Secretary i Y, .ia wr ff t'e xfff-' - A .5 ' ,L We K " 5' " . ,,., wr Zi K - 1 , Y I of ' iiiijiffnr 4, t ' e A " 'ew , V Q1 5- c ',---15222 .fr ue 1 I, H ,YMH l vf - 4 -g u m -Q ,aff f2"' .C ' ' H ij V ,. ' i W B L 'ww M . , - .N - .- Q V .e K if -img. ' '- l f B ,, K kkhhk if Y 1, , , 2 ' pgsf f+',, ff l ' . v, ..:,l6 Z ,. , .R . R T3 , s KA . . . mr: Beth Bovenkerk Dan Bowen Iames Bowne David Bowyer Candy Bozell Ianey Bridgeford Sharon Brink Katheme Brooks Holly Brosey Ann Brown Ronald Brush Karen Brusseau Iohn Budnik Anita Budzynski jeff Buell Carl Bunnell Ken Bums Warren Bums Laura Burr Debbie Burrows Iames Burt Sherri Slater, Steve Wilson, Terri Clock, Fred Kenny, Linda Majors, Steve Ellis, Kim Crennan, Larry Olson Joann Busman , P A6 M A Colleeln Buttermore , K ' Timot y B ers if fx W Mm My in A 1 , K Mike Cady . ik "" www, L Mike Cameron J Rod Cameron A L:s,,. .s....., , Cre ory Carlson Carlson Rick Carpenter Shirley Carpenter Gloria Castaneda Keiren Caughe Tom Chartrand, Phillip Christophersen Agnes Cincush e Clark legyClark Iimmie Clark Terri Clock Susann Cochran Rosanna Coilell Regina Coffey Mary Coleman Donald Collins Ieri Collins john Contrady Hope Cook Terri Cook Kim Cotton Janis Cox Fred Crawford Angela Crews Michael Cross janet Cryderrnan A fi 140 r aa I f VVVI -:f- 1 or i . ni iam., 1 , , , , ,, ' a+ A , A K W ts , , - -,X . 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A X V, G lk wil A 1 r 4 -vez x' ' -4. f :ef Vl'54nhla " ,- I -:Q an , 11 i ,VI , 1 vias 019, 4 ki , 5 iw , Hi' 1 l Q M Sf QW fs 5' 5 ASNE: :sig L sw' S ll Together Tim Gilmore Patricia Glass Vikki Glover Mary Goldman lim Gonyon Connie Gonzalez Debra Gould Paula Gould Ed Gradisher Ronald Grambau Roger Graves Steve Graves Debbie Green Loye Green Kim Grennan Barb Grevel Ieny Grimm Ray Grisham Nick Groszowski Martha G cki Tom Gudelsky Pamela Gust Rosemary Hall Roy Ha Eileen Ham Bonita Hammond joe Harkness Cheryl Harper Cynthia Harris Edna Hariis Elester Harris Sanders Harris Brenda Harrison Betty Hartman Lila Hartman LEFT: Rochelle Kerbersky BOTTOM: Martha Grycki and Peggy Smith jeff Hatcher Diane Hawkins Don Hawkins Don Hazard Sue Heckman jim Heethuis Loralett Herbert Joseph Herron Martha Herron Dolores Hicks Robert Hill Dave Hilliard ,. ,..a,...,fwf-Wx. ft Q W of i f is 'Q Z Arthur Hilmer Elizabeth Hine Sheri Hitchcock Dave Hladki Lu.Arm Hoeker Lois Hogston Linda Holman Moma Holt Cathy Holubeck Renee Hopma Darlene Hosler Brian Hotz Doug Houseman Shirley Houston Mike Howard Sue Huddlestun Patricia Hughes Robert Huizenga , 54 ax 5 ,gin i .. .i H fe urs? 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M Wal iii' efgj , , 5 -' ,5 ,e.., ,K Paul Hulka Arlene jackson Paulette jackson Phyllis jackson Tom jacobson Bob jandt Karl janowski Karla janowski Larry jibson Ross ji son Caro johnson Curtis johnson Daryl johnson Denisedjohnson Giylor johnson ju y johnson Nancy jlohnson Pam jo nson Super Athletic juniors Richele johnson Ronald johnson Yvonne jones Steve Kahlo Wayne Kalfsbeek Evonne Kamitz Brian Kaub Dan Keck Kevin Kelly Fred Kenny Barb Kersting Rick Kestloot Tery Lynn Kidder Vesther Kingsby Tenilynn Kirchne Above : Tom Gudelskyg Opposite page Mike Cr0SS Debbie Lock Harry Kirk Barbara Kissling Larry Klootwyk Martin Klopp Glenn Knapp Amy Knight jim Knollinger Laura Knop Larry Knox Ronnie Knox Kim Kobza Debb Kolkema Davicl, Kolmodin joli Kordecki Paul Komodorfer Miss Kreifeldt Lindlal Kroeze Paula Krug ,ESI Kruse ' da Kuerth Lettie lime johnny Lang Denise Langoni Julius Larson Mark Lasser Charlotte Lawrence Earl Lawrence 0 Iawson Lori beafers Kenneth Lt-:Maire Sandra Lemke Art Lester Elizabeth Linstrom Suzanne Littell Eric Morris-50 Ed 5U'aleY Heavy juniors Get It On Carldell London Ph lliss London Delmbie Lonergan Charles Long Larry Longmire Tony Love Allan Loyd Vanessa Lyons klmhn MacQueen ora Madison Bob Magil Dan Magil Karen Mahoney Linda Majors Elizabeth Malenfant Michael Martin Alvaro Martinez Kathy Mattson David Matuzeski Robert Mat ch Sue Mayvillye Opposite: Doug Freye Below: Lionel Richman--52 Kathy McBride Anita McCloud Rosie McCoy Gayle McGregor Karl McKenzie Gloria McKinley Dan McManus Helen McRae eff Medendo olm Meinharltll ike Meloche Lrg: Meyers thy Meyers Wayne Miles David Miller Robert Miller Teresa Miller jim Miner Carolyn Mitchell Mardi Monroe Rodney Monroe Chuck Morgan Clarence Morgan Erick Mon'is Deborah Moser Debora.h Mosley Pat Mulready Marc Mundt Robert Mundt Randy Narowitz Gregg Nash john Neilson Cheryl Nelson Donald Nelson Robert Nelson Susan Nichols Hans Norbotten Sidney Nonnan Nina North Tony Northington Louis Nowakowski Greg Obzut Lynn O'Donnell Cindy Olds Don Oli hant larrv Olson Sandra Olsen Lorene Olson Michelle Olson Sue Ann Olson To etlwmess Bring fm All 3 -wi any Smiling Faces l 'mf mf' Debbie O'Malley joe Omness Eufemia Ortiz Thomas O'Toole john Paczosa john Palo joel Paquin Lloyd Parker Randy Parker Stephen Parker Rajesh Patel Nick Patricio Mike Patterson Rhonda Payne 4552? Shemman Payne Terri Pearo GllStHV6 Pena Kathy Perry Robert Perry Gerald Pete Larry Peters Bruce Peterson Marc Peterson Denise Piasecki Gloria Pipkins Nancy Pittard janet Poole Mark Porkka Linda Porter Wayne Postmus Pamela Preston 'I4 Roseann Price Dennis Priest jeff Primmer Terri Pugh Nancy Pulliams Bill Rabach Steve Rademaker Ricky Randall Herbert Ray Sina Reaser joy Reber Deborah lgedmon Mike Reed Dan Reinecke Greg Ribes Kathy Ribes Faye Rice Lionel Richmond Floyd Riley Tom Riley Mitchell Ritter juniors Keep Active M1 -sf new-if :mink . K W 1 Stan Daszko Carolyn Mitchell Steve Robar Patrick Robbins Maria Rodiguez William Rodriguez Freeman Rogers Marilyn Rogegs Loretta Ruc Della Ruiiilo Mark Ruhstorfer Martin Ruiter jim Rushcamp Marian Russ jack Russell Wayne Russell 50 1 i 9 Z-F,ifgf A ,Ar V f, vhs! - was , img '1 'if - ' ww' -gt. QM. .. - .. .H iw ' 'iff-A 'Rf .. .' 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Smiling Faces are Reoeale An over-capacity crowd watched the Muskegon Big Reds triumph over the Traverse City Trojans for the Class A State Title. Spirits were high as fans viewed Homecoming 1971. This year's Homecoming was sponsored by ABS. The theme of Homecoming was "Power to the People." The traditional pep rally was held Friday afternoon. The court was introduced at this time. Sophomore represent- atives were Bonnie Keay, Kevin Schuitema, Megan Hart- man, and Ed Span. junior representatives were Terri Clock, Fred Kenny, Kim Grerman, Larry Olson, Linda Majors, Steve Ellis, Sherri Slater, and Steve Wilson. On this page are shown the representatives of the Sen- ior Class. In float competition, the theme of Homecoming was carried out. Sophomores placed first with their entry of a cleated Big Red shoe crushing a Trojan helmet, stating Big Red Power. Seniors placed second with their unusual entry of a Trojan horse pulled by Senior Power. The jun- iors' entry was a tee-pee for "Power to the Big Reds." In club competition, Booster Club won Hrst place. Penny Clark, fDan Sieradzki absentj. 158 Debbie Vanderplow and jay Achterhoff. y Homecaming Court Kathy Andersen and Brad Young. fl c Sheila Cole and Lowell Kirksey. Marcy Grennan and Eric Van Camp. Dierdre DiPiazza and jim Olsen. Honwcoming-A Time or All Ten'i Clock and Fred Kenny. Rlghtz Booster Club Floatg Below: Linda Majors and Steve Ellis. Kim Gwnnan and Laffy Olsen' 160 fi -'Wi-.--f' W i Opposite: Megan Hartman and Ed Spang Above: Bonnie Keay and Kevin Schuitema Steve Wilson and Sherri Slater. , if Sophomore Class Float. iff' 161 we Big Red Scream M achme J Tamia Taylor, Pam Collins, Iudi Olsen, Cindy Olds, Mary Veldman Wendy Enckson Lmda Majors Penny Clark The Big Red Scream Machine, otherwise known as MHS Cheerleaders, helped raise school spirit. They led the fans at football and basketball games with their cheers and chants. They also cheered at wrestling matches and cross colmtry meets. Many of the cheerlead- ers timed players at swim meets. To boost spirit, the cheerleaders sold buttons which proclaimed, "This is Big Red Countryf, They also sold key chains, ribbons, and held car washes in the spring. The Muskegon Federal Savings and Loan Company donated footballs and basketballs to the cheerleaders, which they threw to the fans during half-time. During the summer, the girls attended a cheerleading camp, where they learned many of the new cheers which they taught to the entire student body during pep assem- blies. They have also held clinics at the local junior highs. 162 .512 , 9, QE 'Lk' 77: 'Lf we nfs: J l 4- ,-xsfix. im-." Q Mx n Xi 'FW 11.0 'fl 411. 1' ..,'p:,,..,."2.4 ,Q if '.",-Xfvgg .,Pi.: -s fgfw-gfs 13- 4-, we-k-I .fem-,, 1.4 . nw.-.3556-is 1 41 " wk. l- :1 ' "We P' , Rah, Rah, Cheerleaders fb Lewell jill Gervais, Anne McShannock, Bonnie Bently, Marty Ward, LouAnn Raymond, Laurel Hall, Patty Veldman, Peggy Schroeder Alt: Debbie Kantor Terry Czamiecki. we 'haue 164 The Big Red Indian chosen for the 1971-72 school year was Lowell Kirksey. His alternate was George Casarez. The Little Red Cheerleaders did a great job of boosting Sophomore spirit. 165 Dave Kolmodin In his first year as Head Man junior Dave Kolmodin led the Big Red Marching Band during 1971-72 in football games and parades. Again this year Dave opened the half- time show with the traditional baton routine. During con- cert season Dave plays the cornet in Symphonic Band and is active on the M.H.S. varsity basketball team. The Color Guard is composed of Donalyn Wolf, Geor- gette Flores, Billie Howard, Carol Stonex, Ana Ibarra, Mary Beghtol, Sheila Cole, and Tomasa Guerrero. Assisting with props during half-time shows and marching in parades were the Color Guard's main duties. Dave, Majorettes, Aid Success Left to right Donalynn Wolf, Georgette Flores, Billie Howard, Carol Stonex, Ana Ibarra, Mary jo Beghtol. Kneeling: Nancy Bassett, and Candy Bozell: Standing: Sherri Nowa Above: Altemate Majorettes Carol Stonex and Pat Schoulten: Below: Candy Bozell kowski, Marilyn F ortier, jane Annessa, Nancy johnson The six lovely majorettes displaying new uniforms this year performed in all the half-time shows and marched during parades. Twirling was done to such numbers as "I Feel Prettyf, "Charleston," "Nah-na Nah-na," and "Superstar." Fire batons were featured in the Traverse City game to "Sabre Dance." After marching season the majorettes usher at all M.H.S. band concerts. jane Annessa and Marilyn F ortier served as Co-Captains of this yearls squad. 'I67 The Big Red Marching Band again entertained audiences with fine half- time shows during all games, with the exception of Warren. The band, di- rected by Kent Krive, Darrell Wolters, and john Beery was Lmusually small this year, having approximately 128 members. Presented during half-time perform- ances were selections from West Side Story, a program on ecology, and the Swing Era. However, the highlight of the season was jesus Christ Superstar at the Grand Haven game and Dynamic Drums at the Catholic game. Ending the season was Half-time Highlights, which was a final review of the 1971 programs. Pep Band Flute Section Drummers 'I 68 Big Red Marching Band Comets i Big Red Band l Bottom Row: Kathy johnson, Linda Faye jones, Lorie Olsen, Georgette Thorsen, LouAnn Panici. Top Row: Nancy Stohr, Gaye Rudis, Diane Flores. Middle Row: Sherri DeBoef, Tomasa Guerrero, Ana Ibarra, Pat V8-HCHIUP, Michelle Wingate, Pam F0dl'0CY , .ziivwt K iz xii, . Patty Thorsen Linda Faye jones Habctime Highlighters Ana Iba-'Ta Georgette Flores, LouAnn Panici, Michelle Wingate Sherri DeBoef Tomasa Guerrero To liven the 1972 Basketball season, a new organization was formed to provide halftime entertainment. Pom-Pom girls gives more girls the opportunity to participate in a school activity. Tryouts were held on january 12. Fourteen girls were selected. They performed at several basketball games featuring routines to "Overture from Tommyf' and "Floyd joy." They also performed at a pep assembly for the entire student body. Mrs. McShannock and Mrs. Pomeroy advised the girls. 171 5 MH S. Snow-In ,. ,V 1-Ai .rrffhr'm::f'159f9iiifi: no Debbie Tabert, Sally Schmieding, Sue Wikman l Dan Sieradzki, Archie Hendrick 172 Mr. Toppen jeff Clark, Jeff Alkema The 1972 Snow Carnival was sponsored b the Student Council. A snow sculpturing cor test was held, which was Won by the sopt omores. Various clubs sponsored booth which ranged from a sponge throw to doughnut sale. A music festival was held after the booth closed with MHS students performing. Th- music ranged from folk music to Cospe music. Rick Vanderlaan, Lisa Gam, Sue Stevens Mr. Bozarth Barb Beckquist, Archie Hendrick Snow! Snow! Snow! junior Girls Hold T ea Terri Pugh, Lila Hartman, Betsy Bonjenoor, Gayle Ostling ,w,.f,i,,,, H ii MM wx 1 Above: Sally Schmieding, Mary Sheilds, Cindy DeYoung, Lois Taylor Left: Pam Fodrocy, Sherri DeBoef. 175 Intramurals for M H A little known but much enjoyed activity at M.H.S. this year was intramural basketball. It ran from january through March and was organized by Mr. Mike Lewis. Fifteen teams in three conferences competed for cham- pionships in evening games. The year was climaxed by all-star games between the champion team and star play- ers from the rest of the league. 176 'H V, ,.,f r "Out of the Soupv Row 1: Lan Goodwin, Marti Ward, Sherri DeBoef, Bonnie McShannock, Sharon Brink, MaryAnn Ellis, Pam Bowen, ' Nanc Walukonis, Lorie Olsen, LeeAnn Storck. Keay, athy Hayes. Row 2. Patti Thorsen, Anne y x V I This year, again, the Synchronized Swimming Club imder the direction of Mrs. McShannock got into full swing at M.H.S. Their activities included a trip to Michigan State University on February 26 for the High School Synchronized Swimming Clinic, and, on April 20 and 21, a show with a theme of "The Alphabetu, in which Kathy Hayes and Marsha Mixer performed solos. Coumzzl Actzon The 1971-1972 Student Council at M.H.S. participated in a variety of activities. Inter-City Student Council sponsored a Helper's Hike on November 20. Fourteen students from Muskegon walked the fourteen miles from the Ovals to City Hall and back to Pere Marquette Park with other area stu- dents. The Big Red walkers contributed 3204, which was given to the Muskegon County Museum, Muskegon Chil- dren's Home, the Muskegon Heights Drug Center and the People's Club. Sandy Hall organized the Muskegon High students. Terri Clock, George Casarez, Sandy Hall, and Tony Ross organized Muskegon students on Exchange Day, an- other Inter-City Student Council activity. Students from other area schools visited M.H.S. on Wednesday, Decem- ber 1, while students from Muskegon traveled to other area highschools. The Annual Snow Carnival was held on january 21. Everyone participated and a good time was had. The Intramural Sports program began during the sec- ond semester, vvith basketball as the first sport. A student lounge was set up in the cafeteria during second and third hours during the second semester. l78 Below: Sheila Cole and Lori Elliot from Reeths-Puffer Left: Lnrie Olsong Below: Tony Ross Left to right: Rock Sundquist, Bob Ackerson, Seth Teles, Tamia Taylor, Margaret Fil'0S, Colleen BUUSTUIOYG, Diane W00d, Billie H0W3fdA jeremy Bell, Judy Curtice, jim Kroll, Bob Patterson fDebate Coachj, Thinking Machines In their first appearance on WZZM-TV, the Muskegon High School Quiz Bowl Team was de- feated by a powerful squad from East Grand Rapids. Debate, a relatively new club at MHS placed high in the Valley Coast Novice League, a tour- nament they participated in last fall. Both teams were coached by Mr. Patterson. left: Diane Wood, jeremy Bell and Debra Woodard. Opposite: Scott Wagner, Martha Peterson, james Ritch- V A es e a.nd Robert Anderson-Quiz Bowl Team. l 'IBO Oniflw Above: Mr. Vogasg Opp.: john Sullivan Air Opposite: Barb Nelson, Above: john MacQueen WMHS, Muskegon High School's radio station was founded this year with the help of Mr. Mike Vogas, ra- dio teacher and advisor of WMHS. The station was es- tablished mainly to let the students handle all the news, instead of the administration. The class met every day to discuss the station and different news events that had happened. WMHS also gave students a chance to voice their opinions through editorials. Dining the year, the students visited such radio sta- tions as WKBZ and WTRU to obtain knowledge of how professionals perform. Some radio announcers visited the class and told of their experience in the ra- dio field. The class also put on a skit for the Traverse City pep assembly. 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Victor Chandonnet Joyce Chapel C Charles Raalgh Cincush Penny Clark Debbie Cleveland Sheila Cole Pam Collins Mary Corliss Greg Crockett janet Curtis Ma.ry Czamiecki 'IB7 Paul Czekuc Dave Daniels Diann Davis Kathy Davis lima Davis Larry Davis Sandra DeBoer Nancy DeGrai'f Above: Tom Twining Timm Verduin Below: jay Achterhoff 188 Club Presidents Arletta Richmond Carol Schertenlieb Chris DeMarse William Derby Jack DeVette Bmce DeVoogd David DeVowe james DeYoung Leon Doss Victor Doughty Denise Dre les Linda Drent Robin Dudley Wayne Duiser Tim Dykstra Kirsten Edllmd Susan Elrod Eli Farias Yvonne Ferguson Char Fielstra 189 Don F ifolt Margaret Firos Mar aret Fortier Lincix Foster Adam Fox Anita Fox Emma Frederick Erma Frederick Sandy Freye Robert Gardner Mr. Dorris, Mr. Comin, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Bischoff, Miss Dodd, Mrs. Schindler Chris Gam Wanda Center Gloria Gillespie Carol Gonyon Mary Gonyon 190 Advisors Aid Class of '72 Mrs. Wilson Cindy Gonzalez john Gonzalez Brian Goodman David Goodman Rick Goodwill Ronald Graves Pearlie Gray Alicia Grennan Marcia Grennan Maloah G1-iflin Steve Grimm Leone Griswold George Grotewohl lammes Gue ' Hall Patricia Hall Sandy Hall Larry Halverson Mrs. Schindler 191 Becky Hamil Dan Hampton Amold Hanson Ierlean Harris Peggy Hart Laurie Hartley Don Hartman Russ Hartman Kathy Hayes Bill Hekkema Archie Hendrick Nancy Hicks Dale Hilliard Mary Hladki Marsha Hoffman Diane Holst Krista Holtz Patrick Hoolihan Billie Howard Bill Hubbell Pat Huberty Lori Hughes Sharon Hunt Anthony Hurst Opposite: Gwen Ramey, Pam Collins, George Casarez, jane Panici. Above: Sheila Cole Seniors Lead Student Council Eric VanCamp Jang Lang Cynthia Huston Karen Hutchison Lillian Hutchison Ana Ibarra Karl Ibershoif A1 Ingram Amo1daIJackson Debor Jackson Nonna Jamison Nancy Jensen Jerome Jibson Larry Jimenez 193 Beth johnson Jayne johnson joyce johnson Mark johnson Nansie johnson Kris Kasprzak Charles Kelly Debbie Kieft Juanita King Lowell Kirksey Dan Klinkner Floyd Klopp Laura Kroeze james Kroll Catherine Krusk 3. 'rited Seniors Really Rate I Debbie Vanderplow Karl Ibershoff, Randy Wissner, Rick Smith l r Kim Buckley, Marty Skinner, Harry Taylor is 'h"""ll: Above: Sweeny Stevens, Marc Randall. Below: Randy Wissner Sue Schrumpf, Christie Swanson, jack Stohr, Mary Corliss, Kathy Priefer jerry Kubicek Larry Kubicek Debra Kuck jane Lans Albert Lara Larry Larson Louise Larson Susan Laskoski james Lawrence Jeff Linclback Bob Linciliiren Ann Lin olm 195 john Loftquist Dorothea Logan Larry Loss jim Love Charrise Luczyk joe Lynn Colleen Mahoney Evelyn Malenfant Dortha Manning jeff Martin Ophelia Martin Pete Martin jack Maskell Ann Mathews 'I96 C0-op Ojfer. Above: Scott Hendrick. Right: Deirdre DiPiazza. Below: Arletta Richmond. Opposite: jeff Lindback. bb Training Debra Maynard Michael McCurry Rick McChan Dennis McSwiggen Bob Medema Sandy Medema Mark Medley Carole Meloche joe Meyers jack Miles Dan Mills jim Mills james Mitchell Terri Mitchell Marsha Mixer Mark Moore 'I97 Shirley Moorehead Vemon Morgan Sue Morrall Mary Moser Cathy Mosher Karen Mulready Alan Myrmel Barb Nelson Lori Nelson james Niemeyer james Non'is Kathy Ober john Ogle Thomas O'Hagan Bruce Okerluncl jim Olsen Vmda Cowherd Martha Rushcamp 198 Above: Dave Beekman, jack DeVette. Right: Ophelia Martin, Lowell Kirksey. Below: Kathy Priefer, Steve Carlson. jack Stohr, Seth Teles, Iudy Spoelhof, Bob Anderson, Sally Siuda judi Olsen Paul Olson Kristi Ostling Tim O'To0le Gloria Palmer jane Panici Peggy Panici Carolyn Pegues J F 5 P , W, 2 00 Activated Adults Pe Pe linski P31521 Pesgard Colleen Pen'y john Peterson Martha Peterson Dawn Petroski jeffrey Picard Beth Plont Melva Pomeroy Gail Potter jean Prentice Kathleen Priefer Mike Priest Brenda Proctor Deborah Ramber 8 Pat Wyant, Bob Burr Above: Marc Rosen. Below: Dennis McSwiggen Gwen Rame Marc Randaii Laurice Rapp Steve Renna Carol Rhodea Larry Richards Arletta Richmond Marcia Ring jim Ritcheske Steve Rogers Marc Rosen Monica Rositch Tony R055 Bob Huboyianes Martha Rushcamp Robin Ryan Steve Sander Carol Schertenlieb Steve Schiller Renate Schimiann Peggy Schmidt San y Schoulten joe Schroeder Sue Schrumpf Linda Schuitema Steve Schuitema Senior Smiles Below left: Diane Wasserman. Below: Laurie Westhof Ken Martin, Lisa Tillman, Greg Crockett, Gloria McKinley 202 Left Debbie Vander-plow Above Pam Collins Vernon Morgan Below: john Stevens Kathy Schulz Betty Scott Craig Scott Mary Scott Scott Secrest Ioan Seeger Tim Selim Tim Shaffer Sidney Shakinis Mitchell Sheggrud Fred Sikkenga Kathy Sikkenga Bob Sikkenga Mark Simonson Laura Singer Sally Siuda Martin Skinner Rick Smith 203 Mike Snyder Larry Sohas Barb Soltessky Ioan Southard Judy Spoelhof Lucille Spring Jim Sruba Mike Stegall Yvonne Stephens John Stevens 204 Seniors Are Overcomf B Their Enthusiasm Roshelle Stever Cathy Stewart lack Stohr Carol Stonex Don Storey Ed Strach Dave Straley Ken Stults jim Sturtevant Christie Swanson Wanda Szmadzinski Harry Taylor Tamia Taylor Seth Teles Judy Theodore ite: Marsha Hoffman and Nancy Umstead, Below: 'or Spirit. l Jim Therrian Beverly Thomas Maurice Thompson Paula Thompson Barb Thue Cary Tolle Diane Toman Stella Tripylas Tom Twining Nancy Umstead Dave VanBemmelem Eric VanCamp Sue Vandenberg Ellen Vanderlaan Debbie Vande low janet Vandervblyde Charles Va.nDyke Mary Veldman Timm VerDujn Carol VerHulst Peigy Versalle Mi e Wagonmaker julia Waldo Ma.ry Walker Mark johnson Have You Got The Spirit. Afdi-5 Hall Kim Buckley Roosevelt Watts Deborah Way Mary Westherspoon Mar Wei and Frank Weah Laura Wember Laurie Westhof David Westphal Joyce Whimper Sherry White judy Wikman Albert Williams Glenda Williams Handy Wissner Sandy Wohlfard Maxine Wojton Mark Wolters Dianne Wood 207 Debbie Woodard john Workman Judy Wurtz Pat Wyant Lynn Yonkers Brad Young Bob Young Bob Zavitz Barb Ziemba Dave Zimmerma n, Super Silly Seniors Gloria Gillespie, Pam Collins 208 jane Panici sa I s JO? Flisuay Michael Adams johnny Alcom Charles Alexander Belo Allan f r Wanda , Amos 'Shirley Anderson ' Gordon Bacheller, Charles' Baileys Barber , GieaBeatI:ie,, A. 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Q, . . . - . wi ,L-Q -4- ,, M: ' '. Q. N' ,. . . . , K Q, Sai ' '9 9 f F w Sildisnga, Robert . Majors' Draftin Math Science, English .L:, ., s , M C tt 4 English: M M, t M if A?fiiiifiCSi5.i5fi!?f?iLiY5i9MQl31b,QWreSilfng. ., 1 , Sfhserft I lii 4? Q i Mi , i f fl - 5 Majorsg English, Sociul 1MStudies:,i Busiritessi 'Siixda,, Sally ,C f . F M TM? 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Majors: Math, 1 ' Activities: Footballjlilggkigggug iiz fffffdiii : M Va'SitY Club-SSL at fp Shim Barb i f 213105: English- SP-mklki saefai lSi1ir1iesM 'M C ctivities: G.A.A,-Tred,s,MM?fS fb, J-Aw CSIHPUS Life fsouusi Ioan .Q , M Majors: Science, VV ' Activities: Senate, .A M TSpoelhof, Judy it Q il Majors: English, , V Activities: Booster , , M Spring, Luci11qVV,-,VVV.V ,V fi t -MajQlFSi-jH6mQifSQ:V gf ? ri P . ,. V , s,,,.,,.-i il.-i,,i. ,gsfuBs,MfmLs , f i lif f Y E fi 5 1 1 Y Maiofi Eilglighii f , t tt Sfbhf-2 lick 2 1 E?Qf Q2-izf: F 5? i M Mgaiitlifil xsiv Sfiifiiesf ,t M ,Hg 'Q ,1gii'f pf 5 i 5 M fkiiliibisifi Qhess 1 i Cllil?sfSR9!?i3fY: il M i Q S l 1 Miaifftiif MMMWG- MM5'mia1 ' SmdIgrl,'iQi 3,,.?ii-C ,,:' is fi' ll, ' 1 Golf iM MM M1 5 Mf 3' Q 7 TiMMllQ Mii'fM' M . S- M,...V w,.i.a,: M A .,,.- amid ,, ,. 1 ,,, ,L , , . ., M W , 5' gl , - ., 4 V. in -v -i ,,,, ,,.-, Ve., t, 1, ggV,4,,f,t,.5.l,i.JgiQf-t ,qi Q .. .. .. M.-,,t, P gov- we. gf- ,fe-rt has-I-1,x:,::gs:-X, Majors: En lish, Business M Activities: grind, Futuriz Sec. ' V Stegall, C VV' f ,, , V M1gijors:'iEng1ish,- Moth 5 Q -Q l Afiiiviimf, 289523 1 . . , . . , 2,5 i ,, 1 V.-,gif Club, Cross . Country, Track V V' . V :ThUm25,'Bi!V6Ilq' V ' VMajors:-Socia Studies, English, A.B.S. Tl19maf,Haf0ld V , SFCPHGHSIYYWIOMM 'li' :::: wi5i,Mii9!Sf,iMED 1fShfBi1SiT1?Sif g.MtlM s M Msibisr, iish, C Social f5fi1K1ieS M M A-B-S-l 1 i Acfividesf Girls, Mfffflflsiflff it MM . , , M M 1, sis Yi ,A , lify l QQ QQM X SfBVf3US,I0hIi' "'iii M Majors: Math, iEngLish,Art, S,ocisigSti1dieS AQgiwrftiesf,MiM,,Tgii4S21M 1 ::v' T f , ,, Stever, Roshellei , 'H .fi V A ' iifi -:ff :':,' I Majors: English, ,science, Social studies, 'i-Majbi'SiL:fiFti?!313lf1i'EEHg1iSlL1 1Mf1t1i.'M ,Miliiiilif E 1 ,Music W . 5 V, A M AcriyiugasstVGsi1s1sqs:MLife.M,BunH3,sMorgshesnsg Activitieszf senate,-1cirtsvchoir, Future VV :gp 5 5 re 5 i , tg 'M -iNurses,-Christian Fellogvslsp, M' VViigiiPf .? ':Qi.-Qi:-iQ .V M . C t Stewart, Cathyf . Mai0rS2 English.TYpir1g,SOi:ialiStiidieS , MMM' M if'iAcfiiliisiiiM3ZQ?fQiSif!'P??f?.fM.gS StonQX,'Carol , KM , M fflf' MV 'fTollc,'gGary 5 'M r figf 'Maiors:.5ocia1 Studies, Englishg MM MM.: :Mr 5 fM5Maj31rs:MSocia1:,Smdiss iM,M Eriglisih,MM,1y,1: Q Activities, Girls Choir+Secp,,1 Future 'if' ,,M,,,Arctixfities:,MCa.nipus ' Nurses-Treas., 'Color ,Cuz-ith-Capt., Ma- .ijorette,VBooster Club, Senatgeli . A V 3 - Siorey,iDon i I 'M il ii A Majors: Social -Studies, M'achinb'Sho1ig Auto Mechanics - A i - I - ' V Sf'?1eYs David 1 ,, ' r l ::'l i Majors:-VEnglish, Mechanicsig, , V , Activities: V ootball, Varsity Club, ,"Tonian,?Diane. li . ,1,:,,:g If f Tiff 41 I s , -MMMzijois':L anngiish, f seein ,:: Studiisgl. tmui, ?1i2,gMq5i5ii , ' M 1111 M "Mt . pf 15 C V, , . 'Bands 1,f'LSen5teVSA1D ill 21 fi 5M if QMQQ-Ti1py1as,tMsieuaMM MMM: si i s , MMM3i0fSf English 'M Typixigf:pIifEeib111s:i?l,515':Qf2isl f ,:Sti1dig:5f ,si , ij MM i,,,1 qmingi Track, M, w tg 1 rj t . , stnutxeni of Mi f Majors: English, Mgth,MSoience , Mg ,, , , Activities: Cappellag BooSt3rM.QliibQV SfflKt0V3!'lfiiLiQl'Il .. 'fi ' -, . , CM -Majors: glish, Science, Math A -, - Swanson, Christie ' V ' - C V M Majorsr Social Msmaaeg Enilish, Math ' V Activitiesr iG.A.A., Spanis ': Club, MMSAID V-AND DGNE, Campus Life, Booster V V- V Taylor, Har? ' , . , - f I VJ, Q, M!Majors: nglish, Math, ,Soienot-2, -Social gmdiesz' V QM i VM V A V - Activities:-V German Club, Swim Teom 7 nyimeffyi i 1 Majors: Social Studies : V V V V TaVlor,T1im1aM Q, i M Vgllajorsr English, Social Studies,jScienoe M 'Aciivitiesy A.B.S.,',IrL ,and Sr. Girlsi fB8.nd, Booster,Club, Debate Club, Cheerleading, ,'5kfiC1'1bTT , I Majors: French, Social Studies, Math, Eng- lish, Science . ' i ., , , Mi 7 Activities: Booster 'Club, Chess Club, . Teles,Set.h.' ' M ,. Tunmer. Lee , M , if ,,,, ffl M M: Majors: Social Studies, BusirrgssQ1EEgiv3,cgtion2, z ,V Mj,Activi!iCSr:1A:B.S. i ,Q , ' Mgig gg? QQ, 54,3 MM - i 1 M , , , , M ,i ,MM ,iii Twmmg, Tom t M 1: M' t Q f,Majors:,Mathg Social Studiesf English I, ,V -- Activities: LV. Football ISI Wrest ing, Ka- f,,'rtitgClub ' VVLC --V'VV5V . Unisteacl, iNQa.ncyM M, I ,, i M, . M ,,Majors: Business, Eng1ish,M-History g j M, Activities: MarchingVBandg j4Ai,,C,o-op, viiil7Bi3iI1IilEl8DiL Dave, 'i'i A i i- f iv Majors: Drafting, English, Math 'V T , :VActivitics: M.H,s.M Hockey Cluli- , . iVandonbbrghSusan: , ,l 'V 1 5 . ,MMajors: glish,'Social StudiesgMA1Tt V M i -M,,fvander1aan,iE11en t , r Qflff r -, Q 5Majors:MSpauish,,English, Social Studies gg , ' j ,Activitiesff Senate, M ampus3KeyhoVleg .Fw VM , Vlt1ireiNu1-sesf-Trcas., Spanish Vi . , ,, ,,,,, , gfvfmdefplowgoebbie Q f,,Ef?5ffQf ,,:M iiQ.:'Majors:,Ehg1fshg .Maru Frenchi M i M' M 'fAbiivitiesE Band, 'Clieerloading,- Per- V' i V ,forrningi Co, Hornccoming Queen MfVMvapdeQMveitie,fjaneiiV it M - Q 'French Cl1ib.Deb:itcVClubVV: MV ' V- - C V- M V ' M . V ' M jj V 1 1 MM M , ' M V V 3 Majflrs: History Theodore, Andy - , ,V A , , ,MQ . 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Muskegon, Mi Y "Everything to build anything" 1800 E. Laketon Phone 773-3371 A Mo Best Wishes to the Congratulations!! Class of ,72 from the Campus Snack Bar 1500 Sanford Street Phone 722-6189 Compliments of BUEL,S SHOE STORE . 4,6471 .rrumo 97 E. Diana Ave. 722-6203 CHADDOCK, WINTER and ALBER TS "The Agency Where Quality 8: Service Prevail ' Suite 300 National Lumbermans Bank or Trust Phone 722-2661 221 Etterrnanis Supermarket 1991 Lakeshore Dr. Congratulations Class of '72 F ITCHS Compgments Dobb Inc. Excavating COL UMBIA STUDIO Distinctive Natural Color Portraiture 1378 Peck Street Phone 772-3013 3'-ff . - ,aww ur fr- 3 -fr Y . - ' .. , ii " " "'7' W1 ' 'J 1 f. 1 ,iffy .:Q,4.5J'-5 '11-,Wei-A ' AT " ' le " 129.5 'L A-:'v"l12z1i,1.-Af-'MIL' 3 ' ' vvlnl, ' 51371517 is gr, lyme' 4'-LEQYKIE gl liljjj-ff' I 1 -4 '14 .L 1 Q 4 Q, rn' .-'. ju -- .3,-4, .17 N J 7 ,'.1?71ftlQ7':J-1 A fS'U7'9! 5' f' In THOMAS C. Cnocx THoMAs C, CLOCK, Jn. WAYNE A. CLOCK , 'i VW 'W' Member by Invitation o National Selected Morticians ZW hwpmy .AEDUIIGIJ IGEGREAM , .If Quality Chekd Dairy Products Fen . 2 I WlLlTlAM , I I I I - 'I 3 ww 2 MACHINERY MOVING call I HEAVY HAULERS 3 95-3 59 5 I IIIGGEIIS Stan Kurdeclu - Owner IW-W sim a Pnncnsr ERECT-INS TI Alf"'-I ' Boom Trucks 5 ' J. 'I ' ' Fork I.nffTrucks .22 if - - ' 30T Mobile Crane Z-ggi, it IZT Hyd c 195 E15rh HOLLAND SC IH H HOV i0Y Congratulations to the Class of '72 I-I E ET I"I LI I Ei "The Friendly Oneu HARDWARE CongratulationsII Class of 1972 Thank Your For Your Patronage PARIS STUDIOS INC. 137 E. Laketon Ave. Muskegon, Michigan P ri s 460-64 E. Apple Ave. Phone 722-2798 Photographs With Distinction 505555555 of SIMPSON PHARMACY RUNZEL PH ARMACY Congratulations and Best Wishes Seniors Reliable Prescription Service 1965 Lakeshore Dr. Phone 755-1155 823 APPLE AVENUE I 773-6494 Cenfzfed Concrete, Inc. BLOCKS 61 BUILDING MATERIAL CENTRAL-MIXED CONCRETE SHERMAN Sz GETTY-MUSKEGON HTS. PHONE 733-2121 Compliments of LAKOS STEAK HOUSE 428 Western Ave. Compliments of NAPH-SOL REFINING COMPANY USS' Houma Mum mcmcm M,cH,gf,f 3225 South Henry St. LAKESIDE,S COMMUNITY HOME OWNED STORE LAKESIDE Department Store 1953 LAKESHORE DR MUSKECON MI 49441 PHONE 755 2259 FREE PARKING FRONT Sz REAR OPEN FRI to 9 p m DAILY 9 30 5 30 STEEL FABFIICATION COMPANY IVIUSKEGON MICHIGAN 1 Q Q Q 9 Q Q Q 3 Q gl DESIGNERS ENGINEERS FABRICATOHS EFIECTOFIS TELEPHONE 722 6636 Congratulatlons CLASS OF 1972 MAY YOU FIND AND FORCE THE 590 W SOUTHERN AVE MISSING LINKS OF THE FUTURE INTO A CHAIN OF PEACE AND HAPPINESS FOR ALL MANKIND 3l11St0l'e AMERICAN STORE EQUIPMENT CORP 1657 CETTY ST MUSKECON MICH THE CAMERA SHOP ,---,,,, -M ,Q 3 gggo 60E.BROADWAY 2' I I . g I n I . i I II I 'Z . . I, -I ' . . . X. Z 9 . I If I " , I IP I of I ,f I ' ' I? I T3 ,sgtsema gllunerzrl Qinme, Sinn- "Where Sympathy and Efllciency Go Hand in Handf' 737 APPLE AVE. MUSKEGON MI Congratulations Class of '72 M.P.S.C. LICENSED HEAVY DUTY TOWIN G ROBINSON TOWING SER VICE 24 Hour Wrecker Service 2477 HENRY STREET Mills House Of Flavors Ice 3133111-IELilR BROSEY 4 Cream ' 9 GREATER ,K k MUSKEGQN I g P Z PROFESSIONAL 6, 6 PHOTOGRAPHERS 4' ASSOCIATION HANSEN TOWN HOUSE CHRISTENSON STUDIO COLUMBIA STUDIO C. FELT PHOTOGRAPHER RADIUM PHOTO SERVICE LEN KOOIMAN PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY BY DON MARTIN, Whitehall TOURCOTTE, Master of Photography BUSH'S STUDIO FRANZ STUDIO PARIS STUDIOS 226 LAKETON AVE. 8 TERRACE STREET BMW B ULTACO BSA BILL'S MOTORS 3565 Getty HKMHNIBLMDHLAC Third 6: Monroe MUSKEGON MI PHONE 726-3277 MUSKEGON TRAVEL BUREAU. INC. Westgate Shopping Center Nfuslccgon, Michigan 49441 "VM" W Wir arrlm We V N's APPl.lANr:E cn, H52 Gerry Sire!! Ph 773-H225 -Those Who Care Buy Magnavox And Frigidaire- WALTERS' PHARMACY 1294 Peck Street Muskegon, Michigan Ed Babbitfs' Sales and Service 2890 Getty St. 737-9241 or 737-3376 Now-SEE and TRY Before You RENT or BUY FORMAL WEAR We have our own Tuxedos-the one you'll be wearing is the one you personally selected. We eliminate the chance of getting the wrong fit and a badly worn tuxedo. Selection is great-10 styles in 24 colors. Sizes 3 to 50. "ONE DAY SERVICE" ty 0 "SINCE 1932" - Cleaners 8t Tuxedo Rental 1502 SANFORD"ST. PHONE 722-6109 1259 PECK STREET PHONE 722-3992 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN Congratulations Graduating Seniors BEST WISHES TO The Class Of 1972 O Phone 722-3185 A, APEX I WELDING GAsEs a. SUPPLIES, INC. Tupes Spring and Welding Service ,,, ,WI 2034 Peck Street Muskegon Heights, Michigan fro m H11 d iture and carpe ., , ,5 5,.tj.:, ,, , 1, 2-,Mg noAowAv MICHIGAN f N- .,,,',-.,:.,AJ,,,fg5,s'gsf everything for the office ern except machines exe E ls !5e! I I f Q a i Q Xf its Shaw-Walker makes more than 4,000 products for the office - Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Fire-Files, Filing Systems ond Accounting Systems . . . All designed to help moke office work easier. SHAW'WALKER FACTORIES AND HOME OFFICE IN MUSKEGON BRANCHES AND DEALERS IN PRINCIPAL CITIES Congratulations BIG RED MACHINE ., Sadie 'ww-'lm-A:.::.,I,,a,Iu..we41Mm-tf,..:,,,wmfnzrawewesesmwm..5 ,-,f. Iw,eI,+fI-:fIM1I:1m,I,ff, Where Good Things Come From 4 CoIe's Bakery Every tomorrow has two handles. You can take hold of it with the handle of anxiety or the handle of faith. BENNE'lT PUMP INCORPORATED Broadway al Wood St., Muskegon, Michigan 49444 Representatives in Prmcbal Cilbs-Afhifhlcs throughout the World ealerl Power Corporation If you think SEALED POWER makes PISTON RINGS . . . you're partly right. Sure, we make piston rings-millions every week. But that is only part of our expanding business. Sealed Power manufactures or distributes many other engine parts-pistons- cylinder sleeves, miscellaneous castings-valves-valve springs -valve guides-water pumps-tappets-bearings-die cast components-powered metal items-auto air condi- tioning parts-to mention a few. With headquarters in Muskegon, plants from Canada to Mexico, and worldwide distribution, Sealed Power's name is well recognized To meet the challenge of modern industry, Sealed Power needs able employees in all phases of our operation. Whether you plan to continue your education or seek immediate Summa' employment, may we offer- Xmmcx CONGRATULATIONS! SEALED POWER CORPORATION Muskegon, Michigan Equal Opportunity Employer 229 We Thank Our Patrons C. W. Annessa Carten Shoe Store Fritz The Druggist Lakeshore Printing and Paper Products Muskegon Bank and Trust Company National Lumbermarfs Bank and Trust Company The Trophy House N 61 K Service and Parts Co. Dr. Emest I. Sesselmann Warner-Schuitema Moving and Storage C O M P L I M E OF N T S Said and Done Staff V ' ' . N if 3 T in W. 'ip ,y 1 1 2 A ? ,I 5 , f Q 2 F' ww r 'va .K V H 4,, - ,, :V . :E v:-,',-v In :M 'ij 4 f-AQ.: ,.., ag . Q . , mQ W sk MQ? A 'ff 3' na f W . l-- . ,. -M in gi zen fs gk ik 1 ii N is bk Eff ' "f. N TL I uu . -fgggwggsmvi 'Q 3 E 52 2 5 Qfgs sl si. Fl I x The Staff Another year has come and gone for the yearbook staff. It has been a long and hard working year. There are so many people who gave their time and energy to help produce a good yearbook. Special thanks goes to Miss Cherie jacob, Yearbook Advisor, for all she did to help us and keep us going. She gave us guidance in our moments of trouble. Mr. Robert Talsma, ,our representative from Paragon, was another great help in guiding us. He spent many hours with the staff teaching them the techniques of pro- ducing a good yearbook. Marc Rosen deserves the most credit for the photos this year. He was always running around doing assignments for everyone. The speedy service of the Camera Shop and Radium aided us in getting the pictures we needed to meet our deadlines. The Chronicle, also, supplied us with a great number of sport pictures which we were very thankful for. I would like to extend a personal thanks to Mrs. jane Wilson, who spent so much time at the beginning of the year helping us get started. Mrs. Comstock has helped us by taldng care of all our money matters and selling books during the day. Most of all, I want to thank Lorie Carr, my Assistant Editor. She was always willing to help everyone and do anything asked of her. Without her, I would have been lost at times. Last of all, I thank you, the student body, for giving us your support. jane Panici Editor-in-Chief 240 Editor-in-Chief ...... Assistant Editor ...... Proofreader .......... Faculty .................. Cheryl Nelson Olga Santos Sally Suida Sandy Suida Underclassmen ........ Bev Brockwell Holly Brosey Cindy Shields Vicki Yonker Organizations .......... Rose Midkiif Marsha Mixer Marsha Hoffman Steve Nielsen Gwen Ramey Sports ......................... . Sandy DeBoer Kathy Priefer Christie Swanson Activities ................. Ian Kruse Denise Langoni Martha Peterson ........Iane Panici .........Lorie Carr ........Pat Huberty ....Debby Babbitt ....Gayle Ostling Lou Ann Panici .Sandy Brokstad ......Mary Corliss ..........Peggy Panici Seniors ............................ ........ A nn Lindholm Alicia Crennan Judy Wikman Advertisements ....... Brian Kaub Photography .......... Lowell Kirksey Marcy Grennan Layout Linda Gamble Nancy Stohr Diane VanCamp Sue Schrumpf .. .......... Diane Swanson Mr. Tom Braund Marc Rosen - 1 2,1 I L 1 I R 1 1 4 1 . 1 i 1 w 5 1. -J ,. 1 . -V-,qw -v Qty' -wmv A A Q f 1 . 410- Abi. :"f,' V"-2 '. wzcgf, 35:55 'jfvf 'ax X . . 1 --5 - V Egigifixfz 'X I 31. 1 fi J V"-2 ua- 521155: A2 . 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