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

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i 1875 1975 ' SNTENNXPA, wwf One hundred years in the annals of history are but a brief moment, but to a 1975 graduate of Muskegon High School, it means to be a part of a proud heritage. A rugged lumber town in 1875 constructed an educational system that has weathered the years and grown stronger in each decade. A high school that in 1974 was judged one of the top five high schools in the nation certainly means that our forefathers laid a firm foundation. A community built on the waterfront of Muskegon Lake, while floating its logs down the river in the 1800's, was equally as concerned with providing a "reading room" for its citizens, a cultural center, and a school. One hundred years later a fine public library and art gallery, 27 public school buildings, and a community college stand as evidence to support the pioneer fathers. This year, on our centennial birthday, it can all come together. Man works with man, woman with woman, then man and woman as one. From such work comes growth, pride, experience, happiness, and success. To congratulate ourselves, to some, could ring as a hollow gesture, but congratulate ourselves we must. For, you see, no matter how carefully the early bricks were troweled into place, the foundation could crumble in the absence of proper care. Care from our citizens, our youth, our elected officials, in consort with our God, makes for a real celebration in 1975. As the last diploma is given to a Muskegon High School senior in the Walker Arena on june 4,1975,1O0 years of school progress in the City will come to an end. Receive this diploma with the hope that the future years - yes, the second 100 - will be even stronger for all that you may have done to make it true. Dr. W. L. Austin Superintendent Muskegon Public Schools Muskegon, Michigan 1 IVIUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL 1875 - 1975 The year 1975 has been named the official Centennial year for is evidence that there was one graduate in 1872, the first of one r exercises was held in 1875, with Nellie Cameron and Stella Sawye relatives and friends, and listening to the spell-binding address of a By this time the old Union School had been outgrown and was b the same location, on Webster Avenue between Third and Fourth were held in the new Central School, and the old Union School become the home of Lyman G. Mason and later the Mercy Hospital pupils and three teachers. Three rooms at the left of the main en high school, the rest of the building providing administrative of town library of 1,200 books was housed in this school, and ther school and community meetings. of Education tot They kept the sc the fine reputation and Frederick A. N Muskegon was fortunate to have a Board a training possible for the youth of the area. developments in education, and made possible among the Board members were C. H. Hackley special teacher of penmanship, to be followed by special teacher business course was added in 1886, and a training school for teache ln 1890 disaster struck in the form of a fire which completely d on April 15, 1891, Mr. Hackley offered to buy the bond issue whi schools, one on the old site, and a high school on jefferson at W paid off, the money would become part of the endowment fun offer was gratefully accepted, the buildings were erected and the in September 1893. About this time there was a new development in education, pupils who wanted training in industrial skills rather than the tradi Mr. Hackley offered to build and equip a manual training scho maintenance as long as he lived, plus an endowment of S100,000. such schools in the United States, and the first in the State of Mich and was a great success. In 1900 Mr. Hackley offered to build architect's original plans. lt is difficult for us to realize the tremendous impact this gift m at a time when there was a sharp decline in the lumber business in to train for skilled work in the new factories which were just gett highlights of the spring term was the Manual Open House, held citizens filed through the building admiring the achievements o foundry, printing, pattern-making, etc., and of the girls in "domestic 2 Mi tl' f e h S es ch as d ne a ni iskegon High School. Although there iundred consecutive commencement elivering their orations to assembled rofessor Henry A. Ford. l ing replaced by the Central School at treets. In September of 1875 classes vas moved up on jefferson Street to At this time the high school had 102 ance were set aside for the use of the ces and elementary classrooms. The was a third floor assembly room for e S X lly dedicated to providing the finest ools abreast of the newest and best Muskegon schools enjoyed. Foremost ms. As early as 1876 Muskegon had a of music and art. A commercial and s established in 1890. i r troyed the Central School. However, would make it possible to build two hington Avenue. As the bonds were for the Hackley Public Library. The w high school was opened for classes n answer to the need to provide for onal classical subject matter. ln 1892 l and provide 55,000 a year for its his was one of the earliest and best of igan. It was opened for classes in 1897 the two wings that had been in the ia Muskegon, it opened up opportunities g started. For many years one of the or two days each june. Hundreds of the boys in wood-working, drafting, science" and art. de on the whole community. Coming in f f K ,-' -J VL- .J Home of Muskegon High School - 1893 - 1926 ' x X ff' og N125 ' .,.,W., K . 1' , , K4 At , ,V V . F, , A 1 : A 5 41 1 ' ,f 1 I . ,V gjyfwfxffwzqf 5 2 , o , 1 fa of if 2 oh, 4Ziw'Iwf .4 x - - A X , A ' ' A 'Mir MHS Diploma - 1875 Hackley Manual Training School and MHMTS Faculty joseph D. Bicknell, Director HMTS K H i , . . 4!,,,-.iz af-131 " ,.. 62.4, . g t S- 1. gli.. .111 h 1 in 1"-f" lf 'ref Hi A, 1 , jj VA in . . I X7 . ji" A 1 f- i r 1 X 55' ' s Domestic Science - 1897 D 4 i e We Make Good Use of Our New Gymnasium One of the early interests of Muskegon students was athleti short-lived attempt to play baseball, but in the spring of 1887 the high school team. No matter that an instructor, the Principal, and a play. The baseball diamond was located on a vacant tract just south wagon tracks, sand holes, and a few trees providing alibis for those In 1887 an athletic association was formed to introduce Rugby f events were also started about this time. Sprints and races were run on jefferson Street, the 440 being run from a point near Washingt military drill were also introduced, but participation in high school in part to the small number of male students, especially after the Ce According to the Hyperion, the high school annual publishe association was formed in October 1895 and a committee appoint football team. After a practice game November 2nd, two cancellati four games played lthe last on December 7thj, the Muskegon te Champions of Muskegon and Ottawa Counties. There was no doubt that Muskegon citizens were enthusiastic su and that more adequate facilities for athletics were needed. At forward with an offer to build a gymnasium providing separate qu swimming pool for the use of all. This gift made it possible to c Manual which had served boys' and girls' physical education classe 1926. The gymnasium as well as the two wings of the Manual were r In October 1902 Mr. Hackley informed the Board of Education land just south of the Manual to serve as an athletic field. The firs courts, a baseball diamond, football field, running track, grand to be a safety hazard and was removed, and the brick wall also was f Team sports have always played a great role at Muskegon Hi Oosterbaan and Earl Morrall, Muskegon's All-American players. W college teams, among them Mac Bowles, Flop Flora, Bill McCall,C and jerry Collins. There have been fine coaches too - Robert Zup e I l' W El 6 O CS. r l Prior to 1885 there had been a e was a serious attempt to organize a I occasional outsider were drafted to of the French Catholic Church, with 10 committed errors. cootball to Muskegon. Field and track O ff on the newly laid block pavement mn to the French Church. Tennis and n d H thletics declined for a few years, due tral School fire. by the seniors, an active athletic d to select enough players to form a as because of inclement weather and m members proclaimed themselves pporters of all the high school teams, 3 this point Mr. Hackley again came rters for boys and girls, as well as a onvert the second floor room in the s into a fine auditorium in use until eady by March 1902. ll st rooms. A red brick wall surmounted by an iron grill was built aroui i that he had purchased the block of sketch shows plans for three tennis and, and boys' and girls' dressing id it, eventually the iron grill proved nally replaced. gh School. We are proud of Bennie recall many others who starred on air Helmer, lke Kepford, Paul Soper, pke, who became head coach at the University of Illinois, Francis jacks, Leo Redmond, Harry Potter, games played to date, Muskegon High School has won 490, I basketball, first organized in 1904, and baseball have equally e flourished since 1888 when the first high school field day was hel Mann, who set records for running the mile and two-mile that remai Cup Meet was an intramural event where each class tried to win the in 1902. 6 OLS and many others. Of 684 football t 152, and tied one game. Boys' nviable records. Spring track has d. A star of the early days was Will ned unbroken for years. The Temple I rophy donated by Mr. A. F. Temple Mary T. Bryar L. Augusta Carpenter i v -.Y V v C. D. McLouth john A. Craig, Principal 1915 - 1929 .. Mag! .. F 1-W' ip ew? fi iag..i.l.i iQe it ,Q Q . F '-f F' if A . '! Pl 1 I' : Ng Wi. i A v ' Q W IT" L :Q Vi.. ,, ,mxixgv .f 9 1 :Q V 42711 A-5 , F F ' 1 Q h ff'f'7-'n"' .-if ' F ' Football on Hackley Field Early Basketball Team MA M ,MWA ....,,,,..- V7-1 , Kr' H ,,, .w1f....'-vffj."' in - ' 'I 7 . Qi' uns'- lt"'1l?ll"" M- ila' 'I'- -"' I1 q 1 MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM -1921 OF MICHIGAN nn' mm ruzrr rn namm l'0.ll'll 1.u'xs. lil'Kl.I'Xll. lmmnzluuxn, swr:1'1. wmunuus, I'IKl'ISI'0TT uzxnzu mm mm'rlcl:li.x.xx. l'lTZ4ilZll.U.lL rnl1'1'luli, mmx, .UlllZwll,U'll. mr mfr-mu mm' mnsmv. IIILUI, rmn.x. IIUWIJZQ4, 1-mm, u.nsr:x joe Matel - Cheerleader in Action Coach Francis lacks P . Y 1 -'H 5 1, -J-,g.,,' i. . Mr. Andree Conducts Assembly In the Stadium Mr. Henry 1. Douma Former Director Hackley Manual Print Shop Hackley Manual T.S. 04. Q -4 1 DO YOU FZEIVIEIVIBEFK? When assemblies were held in the Hackley Manual auditorium, with faculty members all seated in the raised section at the back of the room? Riding down the dusty, cobwebby chute of the Manual fire escape? Senior banquets at the Occidental, and junior receptions iProms to more recent gradsj at the Women's Club? Who stole the clapper from the high school bell in 1899? Or who stacked all the books from the students' desks a few years later? Standing around in the cloakroom inthe old high school until you were late for session room? Attending basketball games at the Armory? Following the basketball team to Chicago in '23 when tlsey were trying for the national championship? Performing in the Senior Play at the Regent Theater? When students prepared and delivered the commencement speeches? Dr. Umbreit and Mr. Manning leading the college and high school graduates in the academic procession across Hackley Field? And the faculty in academic caps and gowns? The snake dances down Western Avenue to celebrate a football victory? When only boys could be cheerleaders? Those train excursions to Benton Harbor? Trying out for Carmenta Literary Society? Saki Takahashi, our exchange student from japan? joe Matel, the Stribley twins, Allie Anderson, Louis Berman, all great cheerleaders? How helpful Mr. Anderson was to the stage crews for dramatic and musical productions? Having your girl take you to the Femme-Invite dance? The Hackley Day Creed, written by Elmore Leppert? Thanksgiving Day football games with Grand Rapids Central? Mr. A. F. Temple followed by a train of small boys whose hope he would pay their way into the Saturday afternoon game always came true? Paul Cook's habit of returning the ball from kick-off for a touchdown? Commencement exercises on Hackley Field that ended in a downpour and hasty removal to the auditorium? Hanging over the waste baskets in the front hall with your best girl? Mr. McLouth's demerit system? When "X", "G" and "F" pleased your parents, but "P" and "U" required a quick explanation? How weird faculty and students looked when they all wore gauze masks during the 1918 flu epidemic? That sinking feeling when you received your first blue deficiency slip? The poignant moment when Mrs. Parslow presented the Lt. Travers Parslow scholarship to the first winner? jimmy Dowell singing "Dry Bones" in assembly? Being stuck between floors in the Manual elevator when some joker opened the doors on another floor? How Warner Galombeck held his audience spellbound when he played his violin in assembly? Mr. AI Zuidema all dressed up for a Pep Assembly? 10 VVHO'S YOUR FAVORITE TEACHER? This is a partial list of teachers who helped make Muskegon High School great: Dorothy VanderKolk Andrews Emmanuel G. Appel Raymond Bauer Ebba H. Bedker Francis W. Beedon joseph D. Bicknell Henry V. Bolt Frederick Brail Walter Brooks Mildred Woodworth Brothers Mary T. Bryar Murel G. Burdick George S. Carlson Raymond C. Carlson L. Augusta Carpenter Laura A. Carpenter Claire C. Cook john A. Craig james Curnalia William C. Denton Elizabeth M. DeYoe Frank A. DeYoe Henry j. Douma jean Hammond Douma Frank Driscoll Paul Dunworth Celestia E. Eddy Margaret Drake Elliott Bertha Ellis Robert D. Ferris A. Verne Fuller Earl Fuller Earl F. Gasar Anthony E. Gilsdorf Ralph T. Guyer Forrest E. Haines Sophia Hammer Edmund Hanley Edith R. Hastings Marian C. Helvie Winifred Hubbell Kate Huen Donald lhrman j. Francis jacks N. Gertrude Kenney Wilbur C. Kensler Fred Kiskey Vera Klontz Cecelia M. Knoll Edwin Knudson Kenneth C. Kolberg Alice Prescott Kyes G. Walter Ladd Marie Snowfleet Larsen Robert Leitch Selma Leopold Addie Littlefield Verna H. Luther C. D. McLouth Agnes Mclntyre Ida E. McKinney june McNeil Thomas McShannock Eleanor G. Mabley George A. Manning Hilda Marshall Francis L. Martin Alexina Meier William Mayrose Donald Mooney Marcella O'Connor Theo Pack Nellie Parrish Russell O. Partington Harvey L. Paulson William H. Paulson Ethel Pihlstrom Ralph Plummer Franklin G. Poling Harry Potter L. A. Prescott Mabel Quail Ethel A. Raue Frances Kleaveland Redmond Leo Redmond Arthur j. Reed Harriett M. Reid jessie M. Reynolds Oren W. Rodewald Kenneth Rolfe Stanley Rolfe Hildegard Roos Ethel j. Sanford Bessie Sargeant Fay Mack Scharmer Milton Scherer Rex B. Sheathelm William L. Stewart Clarence W. Sundquist Douglas Tool Florence Tool Lewis Torrent john W. Toppen Winthrop G.Trautman Ida B. Turnbull Della VanderKolk Derwin j. Walvoord Clara Watson Gwendolyn Webster M. Berry Wood N. Walker Wright William H. Young R. A. Zimmerman Team sports for girls were not neglected. Basketball was played varsity championship teams were produced. In the fall there was fi had their own track events. Other schools were invited to participa gymnasium pool, inadequate as it seems today, made it possibl techniques and to practice for the delightful swim shows the girls pr The high school as well as the rest of Muskegon was touched by classes made many articles for the Red Cross for war use. When th were closed for a time, with teachers and students making up the Saturdays and foregoing spring vacation. Everyone was encouraged t Four young men who had been students at Muskegon High Sch honor four trees were planted at the south side of the high school. students formed a large circle around the trees and stood respectf base of each tree, appropriate words spoken and taps sounded. T 6 'E 6 O Vl e O u h before 1904, and through the years ld hockey, and in the spring the girls e in inter-school meets. The Hackley to learn the Red Cross lifesaving duced. lorld War I. Boys and girls in Manual coal shortage hit Muskegon, schools days missed by attending school on grow a victory garden. ol gave their lives in the war. ln their lly while flowers were placed at the e trees are now gone, replaced by a co As part of the Memorial Day services, Ll large boulder on the west side of the building and a memorial pla all wars. Muskegon enjoys a fine reputation for its high quality of scholar was recognized by naming the two top scholars as Valedictorian a the first of the honor cups was given by the Athletic Association t been killed in World War l. This award is made each year to t achievement in athletics and sterling qualities of manhood. Subseq C. W. Marsh, then President of the Board of Education, the athletic l for boys and girls were presented. Later the faculty provided th Plaque to be awarded the student showing the best citizenship ai chapter of the National Honor Society was organized, with juniors achievement selected as members. Now at graduation time the "t are listed. But the most coveted honor of all remains to have on plaque or on one of the honor cups. By 1920 the high school building, even with the Annex c conveniently house the number of students, grades 8 through 12, years there had been talk of establishing a junior college for the Mus as to provide additional room for the growing high school, a nel Avenue on the land previously known as Deer Park. The closing o Avenue created the area now called the Central Campus. The nel 1926, junior college students held most of their classes on the thir the rest of the building as well as much of the Manual. The old hi High School. A unique feature of the new school was the auditorium located stage separated from the boys' and girls' gyms by a steel curtain wh was needed for band concerts, basketball games, proms, or other spe 12 Q s nd he O 6 o f nl B e in the foyer honoring the dead of hip. For many years fine scholarship Salutatorian of their class. ln 1923 o honor Clayton L. Beach, who had graduating senior for outstanding iently through the generosity of Mr. up for girls and the scholarship cups Muskegon High School Citizenship d service to the school. In 1948 a and seniors of outstanding scholastic p ten" and the top tenth of the class 's name inscribed on the citizenship C E1 'l mpleted in 1908, could no longer who were in attendance. For several kegon area. To meet this need as well building was erected' on Southern parts of jefferson Street and Grand building was opened in September floor and the Senior High took over h school became the Central junior V V in the center of the building with the ch could be raised when a larger area cial activities. 1 g 9 .-5 7 A F George A. Manning, Principal 1929 - 1953 9 A 9 9' N 9 ,va , " . pw, mise- , V l 45. 5,1 I i 1 i D. Ferris P . L Elizabeth DeYoe Andy" Anderson Mr. William L. Stewart Director of Instrumental Music - 1936 - 1960 rio- rx i 'lret 2 . t .Q 'nn , is 5, w5E"'S S Memorial Day Parade Our Bit For the War Effort Nh 5 Mr. Bjerregaard lnspects Rehearsal is Important, Too The New Uniforms was af r of lnstrumental Music. His coming instructors, Kent Krive and Bruce Harwood, continue the traditio One of the first student projects of 1926 was the drive to raise side of Hackley Field. Students went out into the community selli was a brief assembly to inspire them to greater efforts, with Mr. The stadium continues to serve the school and community well. Music has always had an important part in school life. Vocal mu clubs were popular. lt was customary for someone in each class sentimental class song, which along with the class yell, was learne Mr. A. W. Renwick and Miss Virginia Stearns was continued by M year being the operetta. ln recent times under Mrs. Ellen Pool and musical groups have reached near perfection. By 1905 there was a school orchestra, in need of more instru organized also to play at football games and on other occasions. were among early directors of instrumental music. In 1936 Mr. William Stewart came to Muskegon as Directo ushered in a whole new era for the high school band. He invite perform on Hackley Field for a half-time show, and their appeara the following week they marched with military precision, at least days. Since then the band has grown into an organization of ove winning "A" ratings in state-wide competition, and provides a real directed for many years by Francis Martin, has also grown into a s High School, and give all alumni another reason to take pride in Mu Students of biology in the 30's and 40's remember with delig farm, where they planted trees as part of the school reforestation Club particularly enjoyed the picnics that were the reward for building fire lanes. Mr. C. D. McLouth had for years conducted fi the school farm would have been the realization of a great dream. lv teachers made that dream come true. No one can accuse Muskegon High School students of neglectin the earliest days encouragement was given to every kind of speec jfor boysj and the Senate ffor girlsj flourished many years as deba by dramatic productions such as the Senior Play and the op inter-school debate and oratory and declamation contests. No produced under the direction of Miss Agnes Thomson, Mrs. France Masque Club, the Purple Masque, and the Thespians all attest to draws a number of serious students who study the important iss possible to an audience. 16 d n band shows at football games, and participates in all sorts of ga P s h 6 U funds to build the stadium on the east ng S50 stadium bonds. Each day there C. W. Marsh coming to spur them on. sic came first, and boys' and girls' glee to compose an appropriate and often by every senior. The choral work of s. Verna Luther, the highlight of each Mr. David Wikman, choirs and special d r IT' ents but doing its best. A band was A. C. Runzler and Ronald Hinchman the University of Michigan band to ce so inspired the band members that as much as could be learned in seven 100 members with a reputation for hrill for spectators with the half-time a events. The high school orchestra, r il I Iendid performing group. The present i of excellence in music at Muskegon kegon High School. l' t the excursions made to the school project. Members of the Conservation planting and pruning trees, and for ld trips for his students, and for him liss A. Verne Fuller and other biology their extra-curricular activities. From work. The House of Representatives ting societies, and were supplemented erettas. There was great interest in one will forget the excellent plays s Redmond, and their successors. The the interest in this field. Debate still es and present them as forcefully as Christmas Lights - Thanks to Choir -.-'Hg F56 fd Operetta - 1933 Mrs. Verna Luther Rehearsing for Vocal Festival - 1956 john Toppen Administrative Assistant Counselors Murel G. Burdick, Principal 1953 - 1971 Student Miss Ebba Bedker Work eachers Learn Debating ,..-v- .- HHN H N! ,,. 2.11, ,- ll its s f-YK,-. V , 1 ' ,- A - . - - - s-L - 'f.wa.rf..e2:4l . .... -,..,- .- -- .,..- 'E'?:'2'jL FFL .- - wg ...M . TN. ww ww-S ' " Povss oo an Q , , ' , September 1906---One -- -- of the nv!! vhJoyaun num. nmnoxpl. - urwm- lhukugou onu- fenureu of tho"Ilou Comsr'g Day' was me reunion of the gradu- ah! of the lmlkegorf Him qchoolh held at the Hankley Manual. Training aancol, led- nnedu even1n4,,Aug.12. The nam of naman.: suck. n re-'union orig- inated with Supotintur dent Front, although he. very generously gives the credit to BYIOYHGT- Congressman McLaugh- lin, '76, marie un ideal toastuester. The response! to tno tout! were lrlght, witty, thoughtful and entertaining. A permanent Alumm Assoeintion was organ- xzed and the rollou- 1nS urfxcers were 'e le c ted. President: A-Anx 24. sem., 'aa " Fix-nv. Vice President: Lulu F. llller, '39 Second Ytce President: Adele V. Lumen, 'BB Secretary: -R. A. Flaming, 've .reuur-er: A ridmuxd W. Boydr, '86 Irusteusz pry 1. uexnxgm, -vs ma E. Boyd, 'ez Elizabeth C.Lusgv, 'PB uma .4 wunr, '01 Hearst might have nm aompntitlon nplsnty LM not Joyux C. hemzeu and T. hrynond ..t..r.1. both of the cues or l906,, an-'yea from the neaepnpar mghlny into at.ier.aiu rcuur. ibr 'auokuin 1909 the um ganrmxxezxcmxy inclined ll.ur:en1.n,thon Jumqrn in Luszegcn Senior High xxcn.m1,ou-, united n rumor tual- uml ou:-.pus anly enlhu 'The Stu.l.x.a11er." lt was gun. publlcntgm that evonluulli 104 to the origin or on.. um ber ox' Commerce tail-.a to ugpuurl nn 1.115 Unlnu St' wa Maury slew for several weeks. um: .. month John ann 1Li.y in-N-N "Tue Jn,- 1n!." n ufnzxnn uu- vctu-1 to urtlolul and editorials. 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A-1. houmnn, ' 'UWA una!-X.A Linelpu nz-van ,,.,,-. I dm vleorn. K 4xf'a,i?5 " ,, Tong lnnxugun .senior qlkuf' F 32114311 nulzoel nuuunts i I Ilmva in u mvusuru ra- ..... ' I v1v.m"Tl.e Steamroller' ' ' 5' ""' at l9u5 tra Juurnwl- axzz-.nin L.sn6x-mn -95 'Wi' 'L"""lWXQ 'x mln A publlnimu HRM KMN1.--'02 '1 '- t x: l"i:e:eyna1o". u M- - ' ' ' 1 1. 1 B' 'f M fn-'min B.-mich. foe 13155 Preeoott '06 Henan e emu, , , 0 vastly prvauot featur- ' ing ouzpul nun I ,U lmrlon Newman Rehearsing for One Acts 1 I 1, tw, Studying Hfrf-' ww V+. .- , Writing -X ..- Broadcasting Publications have also been important. The Muskegon High Sch followed by the Hyperion, which was published nearly every y followed, published monthly for many years with stories, poetry a About 1910 and 1911 an annual called The Optimist appeared, but its june issue to the seniors and their activities. The Said and Done Campus Keyhole, which used a newspaper format to publicize the c and Done is now issued only as the Muskegon High School annual. There are still many clubs at Muskegon High School, and wil students and a faculty member willing to serve as advisor, but tran impossible for some to participate. Carmenta, Senate, Hi-Y, Home organizations that reflect the world of 1975. Clubs for skiing, ca the order of the day. Spirit Week, with Hat Day, Slave Day, Homecoming events, a Snow Carnival, add zest to school life. Cooperative business training has proved helpful for students w full-time school program does not meet their needs. They work ha gaining valuable experience under the supervision of employer an other half day in related school courses. This program aids pupilst early start in a career. One very successful project of Muskegon High School is the for first Muskegon teachers exchanged with their counterparts abro helped educate these instructors in our ways, and in return were ex students learned even more from each other. ln 1951 through th received its first foreign students, Berndt Thomas and Norbert Muskegon High School has had at least one or more young persons f janice Ebrecht, Douglas Walvoord, and Ed Wingler were the first of the summer. Today all exchanges are arranged by the Youth for Und The Hackley Manual Training School was torn down in 1962 beca imposed by the State Fire Marshal were judged to be too expensive, a for vocational schools, and the enlarged band had a real need for mo addition was erected at the north end of the building to house instr biology, chemistry and physics classrooms and laboratories, and th classrooms and laboratories. A one-story building was construct building for the vocational shops. Commercial subjects were move languages was set up in the old typing rooms. With the construct pupils were removed from the Central Campus, and the historic ol Since that time the Board of Education has purchased the block va the building razed. lt is hoped that before too long funds will be ava and a new field house. Muskegon High School is a great school, its high standards rec agencies of this section of the United States. lt is great not becai faculties. Each alumnus can name at least one great teacher who has And so shall it be as long as there is a Muskegon High School. 20 C T1 El I' U SP E culture, Chicano, swimming, golf, broadcasting, S.F.A.C. fStudent- R I d o 6 21 6 W ro our students to be sent to Europe for 16 ed d ool annuals of 1894 and 1895 were r until 1903. The Said and Done art work contributed by students. ter that the Said and Done devoted wonthly issues were replaced by the 'rent events of school life. The Said 3 l be as long as there are interested ortation problems and jobs make it az and Latin Clubs have given way to mping, chess, karate, skating, black Faculty-Administrative Councilj are ed and White Day, Flower Days, ho want to work or who feel that a 1' days in stores, factories, or offices, school coordinator, and spend the earn as they learn, and give them an ign exchange program. In 1948 the d. Muskegon High School students posed to new ideas and customs. But American Field Service, Muskegon olfl. Nearly every year since 1951 m another country. Sandy Schuler, erstanding program. ,ise changes to meet safety standards rchitects had developed new designs modern quarters. So the two-story umental and vocal music groups, the home economics living center and just west of the old high school to the Annex as the laboratory for n of Steele School the junior high d building was demolished in 1968. ated by Mercy Hospital and has had lable to erect a much needed library B io c o se of its facilities but because of its had a powerful influence on his life. gnized by the foremost accrediting V ' """"""'4"'---. X: -- .f'f.'5. Lift "R" , A , A - R X C o A E C A H R L L E M 0 0 R R R E A D L M L o N D ,..-- I..4.... Saturday Afternoon at Hackley Stadium S f 133521 pgiff gl ?-. an V fff,,,T -3 . i All Burrows Children Got M's xv. Field Hockey Hastings and Her Girl Scouts Golf, Anyone? ad in their Sons' Helmets . I zffrl W,-.Q We're in Business Mr. james Agee, Principal 1971 ff, L, , . K ..,MQ'w:.-k , q ' We Build a Real House 'f Black History Week A I xr , . 'QAAAY wp. if Rau Our Class in Practical Nursing Paris, Here We Come! 23 NIO LET THE Ease RE T FEELING if OUT 1' f in l'I'1USl-IECIDI1 DUDLIC - X SCHOOLS MUSKEGON HIGH 80 W. SOUTHERN SCHOOL AVENUE MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 49441 TELEPHONE 616!726-4811 A century has passed since the first graduate proudly marched to the strains of a Commencement ceremony. The years have brought triumphs and defeats, happiness and sorrows, but the pride and quality of accomplishment has not diminished with the years. Early graduates would note great changes in the school they knew, and today's graduates would look in wonder at the past they didn't know. The common bond through all the years remains, the pride, the excellence, the feeling that can only be known by those who have been a part of a great tradition. The Centennial celebration causes us to pause to refresh old memor and possibly to renew past acquaintances. The pause for thought gives hope for the future, the hope that the next hundred years will be as kind as the past. I hope that your part in this program will be as rewarding and interesting as mine. I have been truly educated as to the meaning of being a part of a school with a great tradition and history. The history is yours, and we thank you for leaving us this legacy to the future. Please read this publication with pleasure. It is about your school, and the story is yours. James G. Agee Principal ies IVIUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL ALMA IVIATEFQ Words and Music by The late William L. Stewart Here's to a campus that is beautiful to see, With lawns so green and trees so tall, All dear to you and me! Here's to the school we love, The fairest of the fair, Muskegon High to all of us, ls far beyond compare! Sing with voices loud and clear, Make them reach the sky! To this the school we hold so dear, Our own Muskegon High! CENTENNIAL COIVIIVIITTEE Alice Prescott Kyes Harriett M. Reid Murel G. Burdick PAGEANT DIRECTORS David A. Wikman Michael M. Vogas The administration of Muskegon High School wishes to express its sincere appreciation to Alice Prescott Kyes for her work in compiling, editing and writing this Centennial publication C? if 9 1 , X "' ,v xA v Hlff xi . c . ,- 0 14 ., .H 'I if ii a , ' 2' a ,,xf?5Y ' F Hyperion Editorial Board k K , , ..v, .,.M,..i.v xl :.:v,,,,,M,i, -Af..-..11fm.,....x U 7 Summer School Faculty Picnic Class Picinc - 1923 yr' A :ig-if ' y IQ, Banquet Christmas Dance - 1967 4 1 'rn ,. V 1 '44- .. ,Wray V., I J ur, ,Elf .Lal X .4. gn, ,N 4.44, x ' ' , tu 4, ' , A , , .C 'J' 5,1-wa 4, Q 5 1 ws ." fa. - x I -wr, 1 K NW ' ' .' ' I LX. K , 'Ian JW 28 f fwfff'-1 'Z--r Muskegon High School Said and Done 1975 80 West Southern Avenue Muskegon, Michigan 49442 Volume 26 100th Year - 'R I U ATQSP., N .X W 1 Q .. .,:k. K XS X K x X W Q . . Q ww k JN . X535 J.. , 95 I 1 im Q 'S 4 Qs k bf-. ISS S' 'S W !iSi'W Table of Contents The Beglnnlng Sophomores Faculty Organizations T Junlors T 4 I VPLWA-N, - V The End Th Beginni xp' N in-Q f 5' X? X 4 3 ' ' QP 5 1 M, f m, LL. , T KY K Y Q K , - Q F " J if F Q V Q.. -X kb - . , QQ k f - ' 5 A. fig. X - - sk S f ., Q, , ,. Q ,ir iff' NN mf 'A ' iii m . . b. E, k 5 , - Si A Y . N X -Ax . K sf af -A 5 X za 5, l mx Q 'WNMX X Nw. N. s sk ixwfzx L. imp -1 . S ..kk. .. wa-. N, . J 7 ' 5: 4, 15 w ,f "f,g,,g4f my 3 gqf 5, ,Wy ,M f 5 Z, ,,. ' my , , Q LQ, ' , W W' uv QM H., f K V ZA ci, ix 8, s X., -,L v Q , ,, N 1 ff , J WWI ww x M 0 ,, 1. zzax wwf I x 1 anna wana fwaw ffgfff 1 S 'ffm , iq.. .M . :- .5 S? s' I xg Lm-X E we 5wSf fy 5,3wi KQRSX mwi . KAA H ,W A--ui... 'Hn f I 3 '.X wx, .i' A-Q . K v , . . Aff-x , " I f . . ,y eg. 1 , .'."' fx. ,. 4, ,E-Q MNQ R The Beginningf7 . Q l 19 I ' '---. QM , ,m,x- W, 'lg -' N- 1 ' f ,. f Q. :fi 42 ' 5 W' 12 1 LI' wi. Six , f- -vaun- 'AJ' WZN.. . 1 I , . ' ,, t A lx as f ' 1' 'sw ' EL . - ., . .. GMI V V 'v M 5 w ' 7' 1 . 5' muff! 1 , x,,,,,g,,,,,W1x,Zmfg 73115155 ,. A 1 3 Vg.. ,.:,,., 1--1..fl4., ' 1' T554 v ,3jWfu7" ,lqrgmm Y . z N 1 ,. 'Zz-9 .idfgj fii' :Q-.' Q slim", Ny The Begmnim1,8 .gqpjw 5511 gm, '-,R ,X ,Q , K . ' v . ,. 'ff'1 ,3- ' I z we In n 'Y F f . "1 -" '-Ju' Pg.. J IFQ L, l I. Q' f T 1 1 ' Y 4 1 w' , .l 'ff if is xg' Q H, me , ' 'LW . 9- new X .zz Us , ' .4 Q 5.5 1,:w.,: L- 1, r. -E: bi 1 ' .Q x I ar 1 x nfl The Begmmmz, 9 Q . f1'l E I K X A M., ' 1 shag-., xi MQW. WW Q1 if , , 'SQ .i Ai M nf, 5 , X fs W as 3 g ,J A J K sff"f'Y ,Q Q L " ' ' i s , Q 1 Q, : , Q. 4 3-g H' -vm, 55 H "' M -Mix .X.. Q AX :ms ,K X mag NNE sf if K. S, Q Xw . M., nav-M1 ...A 4 'uf' X'-Q' X . ,A , Q Q 1 'bs The Beginninglll ' pez- f ' sy . X ef Actsvmes ACTINIITIEI Q r 'Y L ' w . iv' wg Big Red Marchi ng Band l l 1. The cause of it all, Mr. Krive. 2. Karen' Johnson and Alice Farmer. 3. Waiting for halftime. 4. Practice, a must for such a fine band. 5. Chris Krive after a blow and go cut. 6. Nathan Mattson and Kim Roelofs. 7. Ken Gray and his flying drum sticks. ACtivitieS!14 The 1974-75 Big Red Marching Band had a crowd pleasing season. Head director was Mr. Krive, with assistant directors Mr. Richards and Mr. Lawerence. There was the added help of a student teacher this year, Mr. Staniszewski The band performed at nine out of ten games this season, in order to do this they rehearsed every day after school and Wednesday evenings. The band ended their season with Half-time Highlights, a recreation of their half-time tunes. We would like 'to thank the band for their hard work and fine shows. 11 1. Carl and 'his drummers. 2. Look proud Carl, you've got good reason to! 3. Our Majorettes: Sue Brown, Sharon Mosher, and Micki Carey. 4. Sue and Sharon in tails. 5. Cold weather doesn't get them down. 6. A perfect pose. Activities! 16 ,. .T Q S M 5 1 'ak - if .., -- 4 v -MW is-Q len J f . -fi -.f use ii f . I'-5 V - e ' " es- -. .. .gf .I ' . . r--.3 Q! W A f . 'i ii' Q A K r I 1 fdfrei f L-riggtyimf. . of . - - -A i I iff-f xf M' X - 1.1 .L " , . .+ ...s-...- A W if --fs, . ,4 fe . . .Q f . .M lt, . i CNW: ...rx 38, A I K L t X K K j ,g. ww? .,- .,- ,L - - x . ', x ' ' , k . "- I 'U A K Q' - 4. iw-m5,:4.w X. J . -et, if .lfvesw ,ffm ..5.v?-.1 Q 'fix -.gizf "."z:w5 .. 5-. . . ' '. .hifi - , ,, X "W-v X 'g 1 M .., " ' 1 ' ' ', . .. ' k . V. .NJ M., , y 13 -A L ' 'r . gi, 1 p of , . A it fri .. . 1 ,-nf. ff, ,- .44 - ,. -5 . 'em 1- . x 1' - X A X ,Mi - -' .., -A ,- . .1 -H+? .sg ' " N .5 N arf, is i. xg I.: ,R A Q v x it ' -3 -- . nl N ing f -' T.. 1'5- -,.. + - -if 3 Q -.lg :Q-.-.1 '.- 'f wg ...gf-.4.5a.s,.g.,, X + " ,W A , in ' MM., ' .. A ., N, w 1- Mu. . - . if X541-.af -E 12e'?f'. .1 W rf aye , Mfsg- ,.-, ' W 15' 'FW-.. 'f ek? . ' .. .-. M, L, -hw K .-,. 'Y g' - 4. if if s - xy-5 Y f, I r -f L -Q ,,w,':. t I K A if QR-u f19'2.f-'aiifjlf-fm ' '-'.'3?Y"3 , Q ..-, .5,,g,,- ,iq D' . . Q. I ., wifi '- 1- - 'F "vi . , . . 'f'ff'i.-ew' , 3-' fi1f,j'Ef'.51lf'-'fv 4--Weitz ' - A . . 1 t 4 'Y-s f . ff - WY rf" '- '- , --L. at .Jn L X fi s-"gf 1. ' - up... Q 3.-.vi A .. , ni v-1 W ,lug q. +-if! 9: e 6 y Q .ge . -M' ..-,H -Snr 2 1 Y. Sk, K .1' kr- "I 4 . -. A. rx if ls. 1 ..'Kf" N .,f ' . '. R., 1' .wk ..f'x't?"..' -A ' ' viii,-'.'ffL'Yv. --g",Lg'i.' in .' f --1 a fi YL F- 'f-" " '5 "?I?f2.x ffm.-'13 v .-.., gfia ' G2 9'-,nm Y 1 f , 4 'R - A S ' K r 1 1 6 1, 4-,X 33 VQR, 4'-9 'Uh 91 c- X X' ,.,' pl - I ., 11, " ,fi 41 i x ,l k 1 l i . 6 "in xi fy mmf' - Cheerleaders f-.1 5 4 , .5155 F-. A, u will 1. Little Red, Terri Olson. 2. Big Reds do a mount. 3. Little Reds, Bottom: Dorris Williams, Sandy Kibbey, Cindy Brentana, Middle: Cindy Bos, Kelle Eaton, Michelle Kantor, Too: Terri Olson. 4. Leading the Juniors on. 5. Flying J.V. Cheerleaders, not every school has them. 6. Bottom: Julie Nelson, Denise Carey, Tanya Tgypj, l.ovLe.Bnon, Shelly Wohlford. Middle: e, Sandy Juergens, Top: Deborah Cheatham. 7. Tanya Taylor. 8. Waiting to go on. Ac:tivities!18 l 5. 5 f .r' Q .V .75 if K a--ff CQ w 1 if? ' Qggjgi' 95' +V, .gf 4534. w N T? " fav 'JV 5 . - 6 .. ag' .,a f , . g J-, 'jf' mfg' yezg fit f 75.5. f':,L56,i.v-Y'!,f ,RFQ ig, is e., 'if:2.:pF'N'.fT'i'-s',z .,.,. stiff... swf- 'Q .. .AjLU,.H... ., -.. - . , . . 4' ., 2-W. j.. ., fn.. --,., .. I -- ,.-f seaf- .,.i .K. 'J' . . J, s wf., 1 , ., .V I . ff., uv . ,..23. W Kid' A A.-gist, , 'U i-..-. .:- 55 H. .uf 1. 'A-I A Wm! ll! 1 fm .L 59 HHIHIIIEBI 3? E XE Sf"-"W X I y A 1 A WN- 'O ..'f!' Amman!- ,PN ,gi 2 Y xg S an . uf? . , X 5? 3 fy n , E' 1 . x 161 -.SN S 1 Q fo G J f , 4 . 4 X 'F x If 6 'bf' , :K ,n X ' :ff , fi f'I 'M v- 'K ' A 2 , .xv Hhs- M. 2.5 A 1' :- 421 x ' 3 wir-0 f , k 3' Ng is im wif: bi- Q 5 A 73' NT! My 4 1 g ax i, " Y- ' . I .A- 1. Carter Robinson, Big Red Indian. 2. Bottom, Gail Drent. Sandy Dunham, Denise Stevens, Nancy Priefer, Nancy McBride, Middle: Michelle Daniels, Sharon Nobes, Leslie Enell, Ronda Blohm, Linda Beghtol, Mary Priefer, Deborah Wilson, Ardell Harris, Marsha Luman, Judy Blaske, Mary Winicki, Denise Dubalt, Cindy Fielstra. 3. Homecom- ing Pep Assembly 4. Carter, during a skit. 5. Mary Winicki. 6. Carter, 7. Marsha Luhman. Activities!21 P p Assemblies ' K -J 3 I1 ssss s i jf- 0,34 '13 i 'li 'vs f I L xx X v , X in "A- six ir 1 S Q' s ,. , 0 .--f 1 x P' 'W LI 4, VU. wk e. ' , -Q? 41 4 ,4 , . 1,3 s h ,R ,. 'Ml " ' F' .V l'-, Yu . saggy' 7 . S ' K ,- liz ' I ' V 'gf Q 4 ' gif? 4 'kwin '., " .1,,y: ,., M tgv H Aff! LE N 4 ' -1 s.,. kmmwyi mn' Activities!22 in 1 f 'W ,wg U i 1 i '54 ,klllgf ...J . i iii? p ei- .1 Vx-.K P 1. The band supplying pep musically. 2. Coach Hutson playing the part of Coach Murphy. 3. Homecoming pep assembly in the Stadium, Left to Right, Mary NlcNabney, Jim Drelles, Jana Brusseau, Carl Annessa, Lori Soule, and Paul Drelles. 4. Big Red Cheerleaders. 5. Drama's skit for the Catholic game. 6. They know how to spell! 7. Our beloved faculty. 8. Cherokettes and "The Train is Coming" 8. Show a little spirit guys. Activities!23 1,2,4,5,7, are dress up day. 1. Mrs. Brady. 2. Margo Simmerman and Robert McDowell. 3. Homecoming court members Shelly Wohl- ford and David Ernvall. 4. M.H.S. Swingers, 5. Barb Anderson and Dave Fisher. 6. A sign in Senior Hall. 7. Front display case showing some old-time outfits. Activities!24 Q Fall Spirit Week k-.k K S kr L g,.x ' - XQL11 f x-h' X 1' A - A W X . 1-. .ef .x-:A1NSiY-:-S:-'XSS--.:,x:--S.:-S - ' ' gk Q mx t . m:m,x mmAx Ribs? x .xx:.m2.f5k,,, QX?w'21w NNN, m,mm,.x. E R J h iw, Q 3 X QR ,wgf Egxffm Nilnnunnauwm-NN gk x . Q ix V . ,A Q . mx ,N ,X - W X Q -3- e fXf fe QEBTJY Q I Www X in N X . W AM K LW Xi K Q GN x ' . h u5x..jfff-Q 5'f , so X, SYXSQQXQ X X i i ' F"-e W Ja! s Wm? K si 1 M x "1 Y , x Af V 3, sy w Q QW' ' 5 22' A w. WJ? I . QQ Q KX J Home oming 74-75 A . . .. K 5. .V . f Q 5 t . ,kno X XX V. Fr'-1-"f i 1. Senior court members. 2. Bernie Lory and Robin Morris, sophomores. 3. Ernie Sanford and Deborah Cheatham, jun- iors. 4. Senior float. 5. Junior float. 6. Queen Tanya and King Bo. 7. Sophomore float. Activities!26 lil 'QQ I 59' ra Ss N I .f yi pr ! , .. ,D K li f I 1 N. ff 'Sai 'A W' f' f' x.,, 1 .N , 4?9f2if-Tax ,A ?'1 qs 4 QC l ! Winter Spirit Week Winter Spirit Week - Two flower days, sled races, tug of war, auctioning and slavery of teachers, dance marathon, faculty skit, arm wres- tling and pie eating contest. What more could you want? Activities!28 V s N. -Q M l f .. ,, I 'f , ,--1""' 1. Mr. Vogas being auctioned off. 2. Three faculty mem- bers that are slaves, Mr. Paulson, Nlr. Bauer, and Mrs. Helveston. 3. On your mark, get set, GO! 4. Jerri Brouillet and Ron VanLent, announcers for the assembly. 5. I never thought l'd see that bunch holding hands! 6. Now you see it, now you don't. 7. Dance contestants Chantel Kobza and Tim Schofieid. 8. Mr. Kuch as "Rocky." 9. The sled races. Activities!29 now Carnival T 91 1. Lynn Vriesman and Doug Fortier at the scooter races. 2. Quite a turnout. 3. Being in jail isn't so bad after all, now is it, Don Daniels? 4. Karen Olson, ready for a shower. 5. Computer Dating, a very popular booth. 6. Bruce Spoelman and Micky DeBoef. 7. Mr. James Agee. 8. Mark Gable and Linda Beghtol, Activities!31 The Voices of Music Girls Choir Ffh Q? lst Row: Diana Cooper, Julie Deater, 'Penny Leitner, Chris LeMiex, Gretchen Weller, Nancy Priefer, T3res,a4,,:GraiLt,i.u, Vicki Curd, 2nd Row: Linda Jones, Becky Main, Pava Wakefield, Yulanda Dooley, I Karrie Grigsby, Glenda Dooley, 3rd Row, Kathy O'DonnglL Melba Leggett, Ka Daniels, Marcia Carter, Joyce Butterfield, Mary Priefer, Not pictured, Connie Carson, Sue Schrader. nFn3njyfSa,n,ders, Sandy Kibbey, Alexis Medacco. di Johnson Julie Burr Sandra Ross Rochelle Leloff, Sandora Ward: 'Shirley Norton, Kathie Mads lst Row: Beth Slater, Lori Wikman fRecorderJ, Sue Ward, Reyne Fodrocy, Miche 2nd Row: Cindy Cook CRecorderD, Mary Ribesky CGuitarJ, Chantel Kobza, She Laura Blohm. 3rd Row: Don Daniels, Larry Chan, Bob McDowaII, Joe Gra Mark Boelkins, Mike Bobian, Doub Workman, Kent Krive, Thom DeHorn. Not Medama CRecorderJ. Activities!32 Ile Daniels, Jan Clements, Lori Fox CRecorderJ ley Morency, Marie Chabotte, Mary Peterson, disher, Doug Robbins, Dale Clock. 4th Row: Pictured: Mary McNabnay tRecorderD, Debbie - A 4 4 - - A - - A - .- . Q Acappella 1st Row: Val Orielly, Laura McDowell, Karay Lindstrom, Michelle Daniels, Marcy Martin, Lori Wikman, Sue Ward, Sue Flore, Denise Stevens, Debbie Stevens, Michelle Karntor, Marie Chabbotte, Pat Stegall, Kim Roelofs, Bonnie Schneider, Debbie Gardner, Laurel Larson, Lori Bergman. 2nd Row: Loena Jackson, Reyne Fodrocy, Kris Fodrocy, Chantel Kobza, Jerri' Brouillet Dawn Sieplinga, Barb Anderson, Sue Rudis, Shelley Morency, Karyn Harrell, Karen Stohr, Julie Nelson, KathywMuIread, Laurie Bird, Laura Blohm, Beth Slater, Jan Clements, Tgqnya,-Lamar., 3rd Row: Herb Butts, Dave Chan, Mark RSfrasser, LeVeII McBride, Larry Chan, Wayne Kennedy, Kent Krive, Brian Rose, Gary Sherwood, Randy Reberg, Don Mitchekl, Jerry St. Amour, Mike Piggott, Dale Clock, Mike Poe, Joe Grdisher, Nathan Mattson. 4th Row: Kevin Stewart, Jamal Abdelkader, Carl Grewe, Bob McDowell, Mike.Bobian, Dana Spencer, Wayne Carlson, Tim Wood, Brian White, Rag Dgerks, Gary Nash, Don Daniels, Terry Launer, Roger Carlson, Don Meyers, Doug Workman, Rick Benham, Jamie Nicison, Doug Robbins. """i'+i. ActivitieS!33 y Concert, St ge and Sym honic Band 2. 3 P Q 2. 6, A Symphonic Band 1st Row: Sue Ward, Kathy Dualt, Carol Gause, Mary McNabnay, Debbie Meda Jane Stemholm, Cindy Hansen, Sally Graves, Sue Toman. 2nd Row: Julie Hyle Blohm, Terry Launer, Dale Carlson, Lisa Johnson, Melisande Mattson, Karen J Taylor, Kathy Crouch, Karen Dault, Cindy Cook, Lorraine Marshall. 3rd Row: Busard, Pam Beal, Kevin Stewart, Rob McGregor, Cheryl Brown, Al.Richards, Dave Meyers, Gary Contrady, Steveyrmggrlgg, Marv Taylor, Dave Maynard, Liz Jeff Leder, Jim Drelles, Nathan Mattson, John Ruid, Kent Krive, Gary Dunn, Greg Vande a, Laureen Felinski, Chris Krive, Julie Weaver, rj Carol Sayles, Carl Annessa, Linea Wolf, Laura ohnson, Mark Soderstrorn, Janice Welch, Tanya John Hayes, 5,ue,.Q.UQQIf1g. Betty Paulson, Kurt Don Meyers, Wayne Carlson, Jamal Abdelkader, DeVette, Laurel Larson, Jodi Versaille. 4th Row: rleest, Joy Annessa, Ken Gray. Stage Ba nd 1st Row: Terry Launer, Laura Blohm, Carl Annessa, Mark Soderstrom, Raymond Curtis, Gary Dunn, 2nd Row: Liz Devette Cpianob Alan Richards, Cheryl Brown, Ed Spier, Rob McGregor, Mark Yonkers, 3rd Row: Mr. Krive, Don Meyers, Jamal Abdelkader, Randy Gardener, Marvin Taylor. Activities!34 v R A A - Ola! - lst Row: Laurel Larson, Norma Hayward, Sue Flores, Lucia Bloom, ilgthywv-anderLeest Bill Mann, Lori Fox, Cheri Wurtz, Lori Duiser, Lori Davis, Sue Ward, Debbie Bos, 2nd Row: Lori Bergman, Vicki Balcom, Marcy Martin, Mary Jlmene-z,,Kamie Maddocks, Kaela Hansen, Tammy Dougherty, Matie Span, QQ Brown John Seeger, Matthew Bond, Raymond Curtis, Kari Wittkopp, Maryane Koday, Kim Roelofs, Ruth Zuidema, Linda Way, Betl'TS'l?a'teJr, Dawn Sieplinga, Patti Duiser, Linda Beighley, 3rd Row: Vicky DeVette, Theresa Leonard, Denise Mikesell, Virginia Crawford, Gayle Vledder, Cindy Boles, Melvin Daniels, Randy Miller, Jeff Gray, Randy Leafers, Bruce Caradine, Brian Penny, Tim Swartz, Ed Spier, Randy Gardner, David Maynard, Kevin Groeneveld, Randy Carey, Adnan Rukieh, Ron Sieplinga, David Cashbaugh, Regina Macario, Lori Kaub, Valarie Synder, Julie Nauta, Rose Steward, Pat Stegall, Rhonda Ziebarth, Cindy Maycroft, 4th Row, Randy Reberg, LeeVell McBride, Chuck Holdman, Percussion: Tom Goodman, Joe Johnson, Scott Meyers, Alice Farmer, Tom Jakubas, Mark Taylor. Q x Q Activities!35 3 ,f' Orchestra First Violin: Joe Magil, NANCY McBride, Karen Olson, Tim Wood, Brenda McGarrj Marsha Luhman, Rhonda Wahr, Steve Nelson. Second Violin: Dan O'Toole, L3 Graefffifarol Heim, Ann Radtke, Larry Grennan, Amy Garvey, Margo Simm Klinkner, Virginia O'Connell, Holly DeVette. Viola: Pete Bennett, David Fischer, Tazelaar, Bernard Lory. Cello: Karyn Harrell, Anne Lehker, Gary Nash, Jane Linda Olson, Carolyn Harwell. String Bass: Mark Yonkers, Bill Davros. Flute: La Piccolo: Debbie Medema. Oboe: Chris Krive, Julie Weaver. Bassoon: Lisa Johns Sally Graves. French Horn: Betty Paulson, Pamela Beal, Kurt Busard. Trumpet: Trombone: Al Richards, Rob McGregor, Kevin Stewart. Tuba: Jim Drelles, Per Gray. ACtivitieSf36 1, Lori Wolffis, David Chan, David VariKammen, ri VanDyke, Cindy Bos, Anne Stevens, David rman, Carol Wheeler, Barbara Freres, Sandy ,LonXStromsta, Sue Rudis, Cindy Mertz, Gay Giasco,ba,s5j, Rachelle Boucher, David Hayes, 'green Felinski, Debbie Medema. Mary McNabny. n, Melisande Mattson. Clarinet: Cindy Hansen, Wayne Carlson, Don Meyers, Jamal Abdelkader. a:ussion: Kent Krive, Nathan Mattson, Kenneth The Music Makers E.. T 'WN Play It Again Sam ,L ,..a I-. U 'QMJ r' -ww- 5 4, A Hr NH I Y vsfi 5 N 3 I f 5,12 e Z Nv 1 I I Activities!39 Smile, Someone's Got a Camera! Y W f , av' if if 4, Activities!41 If 'ie I - Q ,x Q: SoDhomores!42 -:W + S J' gf v 5 k tml, SGPHOIYICREIS N. A . . . LL,k Qi Q - is Sopm Andy Achterhoff Cheryl Ackerly Jess Adkins Wanda Alexandar Audrey Allen Robert Allen Jill Anderson Linda Anderson Marcy Anderson Mark Anderson .VickieAnderson WC' Boigiie Andrews .Douglas Andrews Jb9'A'mEE'Q' Diane Archer Gary Ashcraft Charles Babcock Kim Backensto Cynthia Bailey Tony Bailey Victoria Balcom Loventris Bankhead Virginia Barnes Christine Bassett Sophomores!44 0 Af. ,s. f, , 1..- u. n W li , - J i' ls ' A if viii 1 f UP C Rs 5 ' u ' tn.-2 '3 lk 5 B 15-af :asv - if ,. he Q32 Cf A St' Q 4-4- e . I ' ,I Class of "77" it-his f - 4 SQ. , Qqwi u x J 7' A' i " 1 1 31. I 41 - A' La . :wi . fy ' s 't K 1. Bernie Lory. 2. Jon Stromsta. 3. Denise Wright. 4. Carrie Leighton. 5. Ann Radtke, -v '- . 'hi 1,0 ." Q',:,:'.t gi gtg? t ' . ', :.."', -- ' ' ' iLS'f"! -:Q-it P .- Q0 ' U 1 i 1 . David Bates Mary Beacham Earl Beam Gail Beauregard Linda Beighley Pamela Bell Ronald Bell David Benes Mary Bennett Lou Bergman Dennis Birch Phil Bishop Micheal Blevins Lucia Blohm Mike Blohm Daryl Bogue Cheryl Bohland Lydia Bolema Rita Boone Cynthia Bos Debbie Bos Sophomoresf45 Lf ff if Esther Bourne VJ V Rick Bosse Ralpliouwman Jeff YBrandQL, R Cfim1y,Br,entai:La Lisa Brewster George Brooks Marvin Brott Terri Brott Centha Brown Chritine Brown Janice Brown Johnny Brown Michael Brown Valerie Buckner Y Y,Y, , -,,1... Willie Buford George Burian Dawn Burley . K Q 96 1.2 Ti, ,: . , -YPS . Ji ., Sophomor Al -.f ' W' ' xg, kv.. -Q .... ... M., ' IAQHB ' A if if Tb ,rv , 5 - tk f W' "" ""-"W-'--:ave-.-1-ef 'G av "f - 2? ......e .... .... MAN., we ,Q A 3' -P" ' - 5 ' 'T' mnfllt ---V-..-......... A, - Y Q Sophomores!46 M, ,Q r ' I , 6, I 'i ki Life at M.H ii ci 'X' w Richard Burnett Julie Burr RoseiBHr A Kurt Busard Joyce Butterfield Bruce Caradine Becky Carey Dale Carlson Kurt Carlson Kay Carr Maria Carillo Leslie Carroll Scott Carroll David Cashbugh Sharvon Chambers Bob Chasseur Barb Chasteen Vanessa Cheatham Danita Chilcote Gregg Christianson Milinda Christina 1 Theresa Leonard 2 Linea Wolf. 3. Shell Larson 4 Danny OToole 5 Paul Mixter anJChri Sophomores!47 Amv91aLk..WLV Mike Clarke Chris,Couins,w O Kathy Cook Jonett Cottrell L.-2 Cf' MR-enee Craig Ed Crampton Pat Crump Kevin Cunningham Vicki Curd Pam Curry Kelvin Daniels Rochelle Daniels Marlene Davies Anthony Davis Lori Davis Bill Davros Holly DeVette Vicky DeVette Tom DeVries Lori Dixon Yulanda Dooley Lori Duiser Patti Duiser 5 y S 'is -1 A xzf If Kelle Eaton Dan Eley Terry Ellsworth Kim Ervin Chris Estepp Pat Fagan ik ,f A Time for Pleasure KKK. Bob Faith Fred Featherly Terry Fick Diane Fielstra Qindv Firestone LV Q Brian Fishel I ,O F 1. Everyone likes to have their picture taken. 2. Except Pam Riely. 'Q ,..f .. h , 'Q t., s..q Silt Sharon Fitzhugh Melvin Fletcher Yvonne Flowers Bob Fodrocy Delores Ford Michael Ford Annette Foreman Lori Fox Vickie Frank Sharon Frazier Rob Fredrickson Ralph Freye Richard Freye Bill Fuquay Mark Gable Fred Galindo R Dennis Gates Ld Q, Sophomores!49 Vivian Gathers John George Mark Ghezzi Betty Gilbert Dan Goodman Tom Goodman Bob Graham Mike Grasmeyer Jeff Gray Leonard Gray Debra Green Marriann Greenwald Larry Grennan Larry Grevious Karrie Grigsby Alfonso Guerrero Sally Haas Gwen Haiker Scott Haiker Leonard Hairston Janice Hale Ken Hall Vickie Hammel Joseph Hammerle John Hanely Ron Hansard Karla Hanson Diane Harper Terri Harper Willie Harris Carolyn Harwell Luann Hawkey X Pearl Hawkins Dave Hayes Norma Haywood Julie Heikkinen 1 John Nousain, In Reading Improve- ment 2 Jlm Olsen takinga break. Sophomores!50 L Q . 'Na : I f 'iv' an x t V' fulof- i 'J WL 'Qc Re.. L 5 ' Ll' 1 JJ. .l The Look of H7777 A . we Vw. 1, Wh ,,? Cindy Heim Kathy Heisser Dail Hendricks Pam Henion David Herman Terri Herzhaft David Heykoop Joan Hibbard Billy Hicks James Hicks Linda Hillstead John Hittle Diane Hoffman Charles Holdeman Bob Holman Laura Holtz Randy Holtz Roger Hopson Madonna Horan Tena Hough Robert Houseman Elvis Houston Brian Hutchison Melissa Irving .Derjse Jablonski Leona Jackson Katrina Jesse Tom Jewell Dan Jibson Henry Jimenez Mary Jimenez Anthony Johnson Joel Johnson Mike A. Johnson Micheal AI Johnson Susan Johnson Bill Jones Sophomores!51 IUKQQ.,-'rj . Sophomores A e Everywhere Steve Joslin Lava, Larryjuergens Michelle Kantor Lori Kaub Brian Keenan PEEEYEBLM ff Dina Kerbuski Dennis Keur Sandra Kibbey Pam Kieft Sandy Kieft Dean King .K3th -1 I C f Cynthia Klinkner LL' safiirarmmf Terri Knapp Kurtis Knowles Chris Krive Bob Krypel F?M.lSlM5Jsi-N0 Corene Kufta Debra Lang Laura Langlois Laurel Larsen L! G.. . L i y rs .1 Q 'A A Marge ' ,. ell arson .J tx Kim: Mary Latham L Randy Launer .- Rober LaVigne A Randy Leafers N- - Perry LeBaron Pam Lederer Melba Leggett Anne Lehker Carri Leighton Tony Leitner 1. Time for a break. 2. Virginia O'ConneIl. Sophomores!52 ' X Tammy Lemke Theresa Leonard Debbie Lifer Dan Linderman Randy Lloyd Terry Lloyd Dean Lodholtz Ricky Longmire Bernard Lory Nancy Love Sandy Love Doug Lubbers Karen Lubbers Roger Lu bbers Kenneth Luckett Regina Macario Marnold Maciell Wayne MacPherson Kamie Maddox "T Bec kiyTVl5?1' Bill Main Marilyn Manurs JoAnn Martin Marcy Martin Cindy Maycroft David McCartney Gr J 1 -L Laura McDowell Ka ren McGa ry Theresa Mclntosh Bradley McKenzie Brian McKenzie Tom McKeown Edna McQuarter Vicki McTaggart Alexis Medacco Steve Medlin Gloria Mendez Anna Merriweather Douglas Messinger Scott Meyers Mary Midkiff 1 ,M,.,.f l Denise Mikesell Brian Miles Paul Mixter .417 FENCE? Charie Monroe Kenneth Moore Joseph Morgan Robin Morris Roberta Morse Terry Morse Brenda Moseley Ralph Mulder Sophomores!54 Julie Nauta Julie Norbotten John Nousain Linda Nuttall June O'Brien Mary Obzut Virginia O'ConneIl Debre Oliver Jim Olsen Linda Olson Terri Olson Darrel O'NeaI Daniel O'Toole Sheila Owens Kelli Paggeott Mary Palo Karen Panici Lamarr Pannell Cheri Panzer Dan Paquin Barry Parker Vickie Parson Rita Patterson Kim Pedler Brian Penny Kimberly Perkins Deborah Parson Pamela Peterson Mark Phillips Sheila Phillips Mark Picard Michael Piggott Patricia Pleimling Mary Priefer Jeri Priest Paulette Priest Betty Pulliams Marjorie Raas Ann Radtke Jeffery Rahrig Lori Ramberg Thelma Ray Glenda Raymond ,,lixILBa5u1mnd Rex Reagan Leslie Reaser Lynn Reinecke Kelly Rhoades Mary Ribesky Michelle Ribesky Pam Riley Wayne Ring Terry Robinson Kim Roelof 1 How do you do this problem? 2 Lets Win' av-wg Lau ra Ross Patsy Ross LaVerne Rogers Albert Rucks -,jus11Q,,-Q Jacqueline am WU John Ruud TammygSanders W V Raymond Santos Reggie Santos ,J V 'David Schaalma Joseph Scheele Eric Schillicutt Thomas Schweifler Ryan Scott SLEQQEL John Seeger Deanne Sequin Cheryl Sheffer ,dd Connie Sheffer Randy Sheffer Mark Sheldon Scott Shelkey Tom Shields Tony Sidock Steve Siewert Dwight Simmons John Singer Matthew Siwicke Craig Skocelas Brian Slocum Brian Smith Gregg Smith Pat Smith Rick Smith Bob Smith Walter Smith Sophomores!56 Smiles "'1v2M1'. C f , wmv - M S X J r'-, +A. A v 7, I u. f I xllum: x px s 4 ' S4 TY Xin Q " ning ' ,. f 'il , . S kai I it 'f 'ks Nix Q 1 if I -.,:.Z"1x X '-"0,. , -- 41' T555 :fins tm mr, J 1'Qi"i'?' ' r x I Valerie Snyder Chuck Sobish Steve Sohask Chris on erhouse Gregory Soule Mary Southworth Annette Spears Robin Spencer Edward Spier Phillip Spoelhof Loretta Spring James Springstead Thomas Stanford Cheryl Staple Pat Stegall Anne Stevens Daniel Stonex Tfjwgrait Sue Ann Stranger Mark Strasser Bruce Strohm QJL, QJC, .lon Stromstra Ld cf Douglas Swanson Lisa Swanson Timtohy Swartz Mark Taylor Gail Tazelaar Gay Tazelaar Berthetta Terry Mark Tetzloll Sherri Thaler Anthony Thompson Daniel Thompson John Tolar Robert Toman ad C7 f Jelf lorrey 1. Randy she-ffer 2. John lagmfly 3. Mart swicki Sophomores!57 Faces at M.H. . Gayle Townsend Michael Townsend Christina Trice Lorie Underhill Lisa Valentine Sue Vanbergen Terry VanDam Paul Vanderberg Katherine VanderLeest Kristi Vandervelde Michael VanLent Debbie VanMunster Gerry VanOeffeIen Larry VanRaaIte Joyce Vargo Laura Vaughn Kyle Veitenheimer Mary Jo Venne Vivian VerHulst Jeff Vorgias Marva Walker Arthur Walls Susan Ward Prince?Was in -SL' v-r-1,13-gI.an.. Linda Way Larry Weisner David Welbes Gretchen Weller Ronald Wells ZS Don West Jeraldine Wickleffe Bruce Wikman Lori Wikman Allen Wilks Torn Willea George Willer Doris Williams Sophomores!58 M , W I- A- V ,Ma ,tn C X7 I . ft L . J g- Nx - K ' . I wg :ix 1 1 - .Xi 2 riff' is tg g ,X X 'L X'2lfA.a .W'?Sh if at 45. 9 g Lm., , S Q I x 1 Smiling faces. 2. That's not a student ! 3 Now wlllyou look at that! .LQ AK! A if V . was ki lr is Y I' 1 ' it S s Q X -if al l As' - E Tom Williams Phyllis Williamson Karen Wilson Tamera Wirrick Brent Wittkopp Brian Wolf Linea Wolf Gary Wolters Robert Woods Denise Wright Larry Wright Roger Wright 119 Aw Cheri Wurtz Steve Wurtz Berni Yenelouls Otto Young Donna Zandstra Ronda Ziebarth Sophomores!59 Sophomores!60 Last ButNot Terry Zitka Least Ruth Zuidema 1. Karen Panici 2. Laural Larson. 3. The perfect place, Our Sr. High. , . I .- Q i XX K. . K . eg . I . H Q' f l A X I ' 3 x "3 xx ' xkk. V Seri .. 1 1. be , , -.1-"-.gg . x . . ' W g , Q f. 4 - iii . no 'G g ,e e Q Q , X V: we . ' "' . K u lx qv .., -V, 4,51-X X, If a ! ff It 2 ' - The 1974-75 yearbook staff would like to extend an apology to all of the students not pictured. This is not the fault of the staff as we did not receive the pictures necessary to print. The pictures on this page are of those that came to us late but still early enough to get in. - The Staff Bryan Bates Felita Darkins lg 1 . Estlick Williams D. Franklin Ernest Galindo an 'A W T' fl ,,' Cam Dombrausky as rn l ,I 'Y 'El'- r Tv Frank Gardner Randy Hill Virginia Holcomb Victoria Jorden Tanga Lane Billy Lawson .Lefirey.MQ.E Goldie Neal Ricky Pierce Phylis Raby Phillip Spoelhof od C., Sophomores!61 1 I i x ' 'f, r V I" ry My My 'Q s Qx 'X -10 f "'b 53 F '? . 1- X--L7 . . - ,' r iw WW' Q. M- Ap, ,.fL M m-.K AJ ....,,g ,,i 'warn .. T, A v,'U,D 'qi V K vga X Nik X. r. f, M , Rss, lilxx y K9 'F Xvs IK, x ni' Mu Q le'i'laa Powerful People 1. Mr. James Agee, 2. Mr. Ronald Kasher, 3. Lucy Loose Lips, 4. Mr. Ronald Kasher, 5. Mrs. Jane Wilson, 6. Mr. James Agee 9' 3 Faculty!64 .xv Mrs. Jane C. Wilson is the assistant principal here at MHS. When asked how she felt about the school this year she made the following statement. "We are fortunate to be a part of such a fine school with such fine traditions. We have every reason to feel there are more than '100 Reasons for 100 Years' " Mr. Ronald Kasher is also assistant principal at MHS. When asked about his thoughts of the school he replied, "The world does not revolve around each one of us, but together we orient ourselves to the needs of others and our school, hoping the tangents we create result in friendship, understanding, and empathy for our school and what it stands for and our classmates within. Mr. James Agee is our principal here at MHS. it is his fourth year of heading this fine school. He says of this school, "Muskegon High School offers all of us a rare opportunity to be part of one of the best institutions in the country. The people of Muskegon, the faculty, and the students that make our school can be proud of their accomplishments. We strive for the excellence and our success' has been demonstrated. I am proud to be a Big Red and pleased to work with our school and community. Faculty!65 2 ixxbvi I if ,gym Q x ewifgfx W 5' f. - f i2frpeA:lvlfM , -.,,,w4"' A K, nfmftifd 5 Q Q. , ,f :1"'h':' ' .44 A NAV .1' . l. A Why V .A Q asf 2 i5-3 ff' als 'Q' W AMP' in-:xl 1. Mrs. Donalda Benoit, 2. Mrs. Dorothy Carlson, 3. Mr. Gilbert Grevel, 4. Mrs. Martha Barnes, 5. Mrs. Martha Hall. 6. Mr. Harold Weaver, 7. Mrs. Joan Cottrell, 8. Miss Myra Gill. FacuIty!67 I 4 English Con't I 1. Mrs. Barbra Helveston, 2. Mrs. Beth Schuler, 3. Mrs. Marjorie Dekker, 4. Miss. Marcia Kuyers. FacuIty!68 i i x X HN Social Studies 1. Mr. Chuck Hutson. 2. Mr. Greg Hazard. Not Pictured: Mrs. Davonna Haurek, Mrs. Joan Sumner. 'F ,Nr s S Y., X, FacuIty!69 iff? 'f 1 X f Ayr 0 4:4 'L Social Studies in 1. Mr. Donald Elliott, 2. Mr. William Paulson, 3. Miss Shirley Albers 4. Mr. John Harris, 5. Mr. William Nuismer, 6. Mr. Lowel Schiller. 7. Mr. T. Giacobassi, 8. Mr. Byron Comin, 9. Mrs. Jean Trump. Faculty!71 Mind Over Matter .lf 1. Mr. Nelson Volz, 2. Mr. James Martin, 3. Mr. Edward Murphy, 4. Mr. Nathan Roelofs, 5. Miss Elise Nisper, 6. Mrs. Pamela Pomeroy, 7. Mr. Theron Wierenga, 8. Mr. Raymond Bauer. 9. Mr. Ronald Janczyk, 10. Mr. James Kuck, 11. Mrs. Mildred DeYoe. Faculty!72 in .qgfv ,, E 4. W, . w 51, K ,, as Sw ...Af I Can Speak Clearly No A , . A f Q3 - - .J M x. , Y, 'Q , ,ww D A - , X-gum' h , I ff? 'ww .Q iglsw ,,+'f. it-s T WP' O 4, 4' What Every Woman Should Know! ' l 1. Miss Jean DeVette, 2. Mrs. Maria Toy, 3. Mr. Robert Patterson, 4. Mrs. Marjorie Rice, 5. Mr. Michael Vogas, 6. Miss Janet Rhodea, 7. Mrs. Ruth Andrews, Not Pictured Mrs. Bonnie Carr. FacuIty!75 Industrial Arts ,XXU l 0 U f,'I Q 'AHQ rl M. M ff uf." U .2 mE"b'f x FacuIty!76 kr ...W 'hd' l. 1. Mr. Warren Ormiston, 2. Mr. Sherwood Krause, 3. Mr. Robert Ennenga, 4. Mr. Richard Edstrom, 5. Mr. Bryce Schilleman, 6. Mr. Richard Cornish, 7. Mr. Donald Vokits, 8. Mr. Henry Bolt. Not Pictured, Mr. Frederick Smith, Mr. Robert Barber. FacuIty!77 --x 'D 3 6 Ne- Q"7 K . .. L- 1. Mr. Leslie Matthews, 2. Mrs. Emma Burt, 3, Mrs. Margaret Nielsen, 4. Mr Ronald Dugas, 5. Mr. Michael Mulready, 6. Mr. Dave Taylor, 7. Mrs. Arlene Bassett, Not pictured, Mr. Loren Cook, Mr. Kim Kolberg FacuIty!78 i060U' f 0 C 000 Mind Your Own Business F Ity! 79 . mi.,.f..,,. S t 1. Miss Pat Kozal. 2. Mr. Stan Mills. 3. Miss Linda Munson. 4. Mr. Mike Freude. 5. Miss Karen Gonda. 6. Mrs. Marilyn Trapp. 7. Mrs Betty McFerran. 8. Miss Jamie Schutt. 9. Miss Jan Mjovig. 10, Miss Laurie Sperry. FacuIty!8O Special People QW , h Q' a he FacuIty!81 Artistic Hands at MHS :J Music Part of Muskegon 1 . fs "' 1. Mrs. Chris Wainwright. 2. Mr. Charles Schoenkneckt. 3. Mr. Walter Bischoff. 4. Mr. David Wikman. 5. Mr. Bruce Harwood. Not Pictured, Mr. Kent Krive, Mrs. Caron Farmer. Facu Ity!83 A Little Help Fro Our Friends ifi 1. Mrs. Jean Carlson. 2. Mr. Kenneth Kolberg. 3. Miss Joan Dodd. 4. Mr. John Dorris, 5. Mrs. Francis Fisher. 6. Mr. Curt Prediger. FacuIty!85 1. Mr. W. Hayes. 2. Mr. Frank Garzelloni. 3. Mr. Lyle Monette. 4. Mrs. Karen Shira. 5. Mr. Fred Gerard. 6. Mr. Derwin Walvoord. 7. Mrs. Virginia Dresen. 8. Mr. Victor Ruzicka. 9. Mr. Richard Bergin. 10. Mr. John Hansen. 11. Mr. Joseph Fodrocy. 12. Mr. Robert Ludwig. 13. Mr. Fred Franczek. FaCuIty!86 ---.Q iirf Coordinators 3 , QQ gl' F' A':17, Q EM' Jaw: ff, .1 R . : gf i ,A kg K ' 1,-ff' ,lgjjwas,,'Q 4 in-K if 45 , z, , -1, 'J' ,. 53 ' A 5 1 4 3 f"V J,-E' 4. furiiii f ifi x. , 1 5' K i. as . v 1- X ,fx x qv 1. Mr. Flate Staple. 2. Mrs. Mildred Gardner. 3. Mr. Forrie Young. 4. Mrs. Katherine Carlson. 5. Mrs. Mary Marris. 6. Mr. Howard Moore. 7. Mrs. Judith Guerrero. 8. Mr. Jim Klug. 9. Left to Right: Donna Bishop, Rosalie Settergren, Annie Hayes, Vergie Niva, Thelma Olsen. Marion Wiseman, Helen Bonjernoor, Esther Boertman, Mgr. Faculty!89 I-' fr H, if' 'FL MW .inn ,ff I 1' A J, - . Office Help . ...v-fff f 2 re! i F ?.--.. V, .-XXXXX N rc Rx, 3 .-4 bc. 'rv R- A , K.-5 zxxs. xx-: XR kk +'i.L Q. -xx yifgx if " K X X ir ' Y.. Q fx X X M f. - L+ IJ' .xxx ,f q pk " ' Q!! ix ag x . l lx Ka -ilxXxux. 'Q 5 1. Mrs. Betty Comstock. 2. Mrs. Janice Gunansky. 3. Mrs. Majorie Nelson. 4. Mrs. Marva Stevens. 5. Mrs. Veda Fatka. 6. Miss Barbara Polcyn. 7. Mrs. Jo Dekker. 8. Mrs. Mazine Skidmore. 9. Mrs. Phyliis Hallberg. 10. Mrs. Jo Bartscht. 11. Mrs. Donna Derda. 12. Miss Dorothy Runyan. 13. Mrs. Marilyn DeHorn. 14. Mrs. Gloria Frazier. 15. Mrs. Muriel Billingsly. Faculty!91 People in the Shape of Things 1. Mr. Larry Harp, 2. Mr. Tom McShannock, 3. Mr. Robert Erickson, 4. Mr. David Heckaman, 5. Mrs. Carol Murphy, 6. Mrs Kate McSannock -..S , L L.. M .DSW 7 . ,Jw Sw if Wg? Q- Faculty!93 Board of Education Q O X X i C C R . f -ef gi: .L '.-l': '-M? ' A K WMM: Q 1 " .- .iff dilm I 3 '31 A ' i f f A - '?xS'7." 3.4,-ia an ,,A'Q Left to Right: Mr. Wayne Clock, Mr. John Carlson, Mr. Frank DeYoe, Dr. William Auston, Rev. Charles Poole, Mr. Walter Moessner, Dr. Robert Boelkins, Mr. Hilmer Anderson. Not pictured Mr. Raymond Carlso 1. FaCulty!94 After Seventeen Years at M H S Mr. Toppen ls Retiring After retiring, Mr. Toppen plans to travel around the United States. Mr. Toppen has been involved with schools for 41 years. He was the Principal at Mona Beach for 4 years, the Superintendent at Fruiport for 5 years, he taught Math at Bunker Jr. High, and he even acted as Principal there when Redman was ill. Mr. Toppen has been at M.H.S. now for 17 years. He has been the Administrative Assistant, and has been the summer school director until his resignment 3yearsago. Mr. Toppen was a Graduate of Muskegon High School. He then went on to Muskegon Jr. College. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a B.A. He was a graduate of the U. of M. Mr. Toppen has many good feelings for the city of Muskegon. He has been a very important man in our lives. He has held various offices. These include: Pres. of Musk. Teachers Club, Pres. of Musk. County Ed. Council, Pres. 81 V.P. of MHS Teachers club, Sec. of Musk. Teachers Credit Union. Mr. Toppen is presently the advisor of the 1976 graduate class. He is also in charge of the Jr.!Sr. Prom. The Faculty 81 students at Musk. would like to wish Mr. Toppen the best of luck in his future plans. .lv Lmons 96 CDRGANIZATICDNS wp f W.M.H. . WMHS Radio, Morning announcements, News, Sports, Current events, Students do the broadcasting from room 310. Mr. Vogas Advisor. Keyhole Key Hole, What's it all about? Why it's the schools Newspaper. It's News and entertaining, put your personals in it. Inform that favorite girl or guy that you really dig em. Room 313, Advisor is MissGiII. Organizationsf98 Fritz Ochs CSeatedJ Left to Right, Mr. Vogas, Deni Carey, Gwen Walton, fBack Rowj Eric Anderson, Terry Ferris, Dave Ostrander, Bill Matych. Row 1. Sandy Love, Mary Obzut, Bruce Burr, Laura Vaughn, Willie Harris. Row 2. Miss Gill CAdvJ, Tricia Ritter, Chuck Boher, Shirly Wedell, Micki Sweet, Cindy Boles, Mfrk Ghezzi, Row 3. Darrell Brown, Mary Porter, Debbie Balcom, Eric And rson, Jeff Panzer, Carl Duncan, Katrina Walker. lst Row: Julie Deater, Laura McDowell. Ruth Logan, Gretchen Weller, Linda Beghtol. Mary Anderson, Kim Henry, Linda Anderson, Penny Leitner. 2nd Row: Gloria Wilson, Becky Butler, Karen Wilson, Billie Jo Dudley, Michelle Daniels, Rachelle Boucher, Lori Wolffis, Mary Baker, Kathie Carson, Cheryl Glick, Melanie Jibson, Oralio Casarez, Ruthann Dhuse Cstaffl. 3rd Row: Carl Grewe, Bob McDowell, Margo Simmerman, Bryan Archer, Andy Timmer, B-nan Leyrer, Wayne Carlson, Greg Van Dam, Steve Baker, Terry Van Dam, Cheryl Glick, Linda Cook, Judy Albert, Cstaffj. Campus Life Campus Life Insight Sharing ones feelings . . . Talking . . . Fun and Games. Discussions, Refreshments, Trips, Campus Life is all of these, Why don't you join us and see. Meetings held every Tuesday at students houses. And there is always the electrical chair. CAs Shown Left.J Organizationsf99 National Honor Society l ,,--f' Left to Right, Row 1. Michelle Daniels fHistorianJ Dan Kish, Sue Toman Nice Presidentj Barb Anderson CSecretaryD Carl Anne'sE5'CPT65identJ, Marge Primmer, , Deb Nelson, Marsha Luhman, Lynn Vriesman Don Meyers, Cindy Hansen, Debbie Stevens. Row 3. Joe Magil, Kristi Dale Clock, Wayne Carlson, Joe Gradisher, Dave Meyers, Nathan Mattson, Mark 4 nfs, reasurerb Laureen Felinski, Mark Soderstrom Mrs. Fran Fisher. Row 2. Pat Harper, McNabnay, Karen Johnson, Nancy Priefer, Jan Clemnts, Carl Goods, Greg Jones, Ron Vanlent, Sue Rebesky. Leadership, Scholarship, Monthly awards to outstanding students, The Christmas . Mixer. The Great scooter race at the snow carnival CRightJ. Organizaitons!1OO Varsity Club O lst Row: Joe Gradisher, Louis Olivas, Dave Dressel, Howie Meloche, Tim Schofield, Ray Grennan, Randy Rahrig, Dave Panici, Jeff Burr, Randy Carlson, Jim Drelles, Pat Wooodard, Mickey DeBoef, Dave Barnes, Nick Davros. 2nd Row: Steve Baker, Brian Clarke, Ron Olson, Rick Versaille, Steve Smith, Eric Anderson, Bob Becquist, Rick Hill, Dave Ernvall, Bob Huth, Mike Woodard, Kurt Fredericks, Mike Frazine. 3rd Row: Dale Clock, Dave Kennedy, Thom DeHorn, Coach Harp, Coach Heckaman, Bernadette Young, Karen Benes, Karen Olson, Bruce Spoelman, Mike Derby. Varsity Club Letter winners or major letters raise funds for new equipment, working at Basketball games, swim meets, and anything else thats to be done. Egg a heavy varsity at the snow carnival. CLeftJ Organizations!101 Left to Right - Row 1: Lynn Vriesman CPresidentD, RQ Vanlent fTreasurerj, l Devette CVice Presidentl. Row 2: Amy Boxer, Pam BeaI."Sandy Klinker, Randy Gar JGUL Brouillei fHiSf0fi8HJ, 0ard Mem.D, Dave Fischer fBoard Me Row 3: Adnan Ruhkieh, Deni Carey, Teresa Griffen, Lori Wikman, Cindy Bo Sue Schrader, Mark Sheldon, Laurie Bird, QQi Fielstra, wcki Carey, Joyce Butterfield, North Martinez, Sandi Flickema, Kathy Glick, Mike"Vanlent, Chris Lemieux, Chris Krive, Mark Soderstrom, Bernie Shugars. Row 5: Dan Eley, Tim Wood, Jamal Abdelkator, Rose Steward, Cammi Jerry St.Amour, Dana Spencer, Bernie Lory, David Benes, Tanya Taylof Bo Mitchell, Mike Piggott, Doug Messinger. Ar. Vogas, Roger Carlson CBoard Memberj, Liz ner fBoard Memberj, Kathy Piggott CSecretaryJ, .J, Mike Poe, Denise Stevens, Debbie Stevens. , Judy Bryson, Marcy Martin, Nancy Priefer, Melody Jibson, Gloria Wilson. Row 4: Diane Peterson, Lori Langlois, Melba Leggett, Cheryl 'enelouis, Fritz Ochs, Cindy Chandonnet, Lori Dombrausky, Teresa Baxter, Lexi Chandonnet, Krypel, Wayne Kennedy, Dave Dressel, Don Performing Arts Company, entertain- ing, educational, an experience in theatre, acting and scenery. Advisor - Mr. Vogas. Meetings called only when needed. One acts, directed by students, Major productions and great times. Activities! 102 Performin Arts Company 1. Tanya Taylor and Jane Giacobassi. 2. Cast W from major productions. 3. Joyce Butterfield and Roger Carlson, 4. More cast from Major Productions. French Club Left to Right. Row 1. Melisande Mattson, Carol Sayles, Debbie Stevens Berni Yenelouis, Chris Krive. Row 2. Gail Drent, Karyn Harrell, Kathy Ziebarth, Joy Annessa, Melvin Daniels. Row 3. Greg Borgman, Mary Fox, Benes, Bonne Schneider Julie Hyler Adnan Rukieh, Eric Bucklle. Row 4. V I Y Daniels, Betsy Farmer, Marcy Martin, David VanKammen, Bernie Lory, Mike Bruce Spoelman, Micky Deboef. Spencer, Mary Peterson, Denise Stevens, n, Karen Olson, Cindy Maycroft, Rhonda Beighly, Alice Farmer, Carol Wheeler, Karen Chabotte, Debbie Frederickson, MaryBeth rd, Dave Ernvall, Rex Zeibarth, Jeff Lowry, French Club Singing in French, Skits, Movies and Slides, Ice Skating parties, Car washes, and Trips. Any way someone thinks French is dreamy. Organizations!104 h'XL-JL.- Spanish Club Left to Right. Kris Grevious. Betty Paulson. Row 3. Mattie Nancy Love, Julie Norbotten, Kelle Eaton, Michelle Kantor, Lori Soule, Row 1. Rick Estepp, Otelia Allen, Kari Wittkopp. Row 2. Mary Jimenez, Bernadette Young, Linda Way, Valarie Snyder, Margo Simrnerman, Vicki Scofield, Jerri Brouillet, Mary Ribesky, Peggy Sietsema, John Hanely, Kathy Crouch, Becky Butler. Span, Mary VanOffelen, Julie Sharp, Marsha Horan, Rose Stewart, Bob Huth, Scott Emig, Ed Archer, Dana Spencer, Bud Meyres, John Mason, Louis Olivor. Spanish Club A better understanding of the Spanish Language, and customs. Speeches and Discussions. Join in and have some fun. Mattie thinks it's the greatest. CLeft7 Organizations!105 Left to Right. Row 1. Bernie Lory, Dean King, Cindy Hansen, Lisa Debbie Stevens. Row 2. Mike Vanlent, Jan Clements, Chris Krive, Laureen Rukieh, Michelle Kantor, Julie Weller, David Chan. Row 3. Rick Versalle Brouillet, Chantel Kobza, Carl Goods, Sandy Klinkner, Lori Wickman, Alan Row 4. Mrs. Wilson, Vicki Scofield, Denise Dubault, Kandi Johnson DeHorn, Carl Annessa, Dan Kish, Sue Ribesky, Don Daniels. Student council . . . a moving force of students to accomplish things, the making of rules and enforcing by students. 0rganizations!106 udent Council fx. Lori Soule, Tanya Taylor, Tim Eikenberry, I. . Feinski, Barb Anderson, Sandy Dunham, Adan Morris, Linda Jones, Shelly Wohlfard, Jerri Kevin Stewart, Delores Ford, Karay Lindstrom. Scofield, Tim Schofield, Ton VanLent, Thom 3 g Shifters, - 4 U . ' S.F.A.C. N it My. J., -J ...rl a Student Faculty Administration a tie between the faculty and the student body. Trying to provide students with entertainment, meetings about every two to three weeks. L i, Organizationsf107 Left to Right. Row 1. Robin Spencer, Kim Henry, Sandy Kibbey, Cindy Bos, Row 2. Carol Harwell, Gwenelle Williams, Terry Berthetta, Lovie Boone, Gwen Walton. Row 3. Mr. J. Martin CAdvisor3, Julie Bomers, Audrey Allen, Linda Olson, Kelle Eaton, Bob Wooda. Row 4. Mary Latham, Becky Butler Ake, Tanya Taylor, Linda Gust, Julie Nelson, Cindy Brentana, Bob Krypel, Sandra Booster Club Olson, Michelle Kantor, Deborah Cheatham, Juergens, Pamela Lawrence, Deni Carey, Donna Czekuc, Shelly Wohlfard, Karen Olsen, Patsy Ross, Wayne Kennedy, Carol Heim, Bill Support your schools athletic sports, Join the Booster Club. Make signs, Do things, let them M , know your alive. Great new sign making kits, and a great advisor Mr. Martin. Organizations!108 'img i ,LAN 56 fp-X Q. 5 S. I 5 l Left to Right. Row 1. Betsy Farmer, Kurt Busard, Cindy Boa, Adan Rukieh, Julie Weaver, Mindy Deiters, Darlene Curtis. Row 2. Joy Annessa, Kamie Maddocks, Tammy Sanders, Sue Ward, Shirly Wedell, Kathy Dault, Peggy Sietsema, Karen Dault, Vicki Scofield. Row 3. Randy Gardner, Corene Kufta, Alice Farmer, Gerry Skidmore, Cheryl Ackley, Ellen Davis, Bruce Spoelman, David Jacobson, Bill Nuismer, QAdvisor7 X SKI CLUB Ski Club J, ll , Ski Club Skiing at Cabrefae, planned ski trips, selling candy and different booths at the snow carnival such as Pickle your favorite teacher. CLook At Those Teachersb Organizations!109 Th spians!!! Front Row: Jerry Brouillet, Ron VanLent, Dave Fischer, Liz DeVette, Mrs. Priefer, Laurie Bird, Betsy Farmer, Mark Sheldon, Sue Schrader, Theresa Wellar, Tanya Taylor, Jerry St. Amour. ' 9 ,111 Back Row: Kevin Smith, Fritz Ochs, Nancy Sandy Dunham, Nora Martinez, Julia Thespians frequent meetings, dinners, l work on plays, and have play productions l Organizations!11O Black Culture Robin Morris, Veronica Whimper, Mona Rucker, Lillie Long, Yolanda Rucks, Wilda Cummings. Row 2. Phyllis Williamson, Reuvilla Jordan, Sandra Ward, Janice Carte, Edna McDanil, Barbara Dooley. Row 3. Linda Jones, Kandi Morris, Mylon Matthews, KittyKat Ward, Greg Jones, Marcia Carter, Tony Johnson, Carl Goods. Row 4. Mark Pierce, Lyola Herbert, Timmy Nelson, Evelyn Hawkins, Tommie Mitchell, Tanya Taylor. i'ii' T ""TW"?'.L' l,'i Helping the black students of M.H.S. to better understand knowledge of the intellectual development of the black man. Blacks in education, History, Literature, Music and Brotherhood. -'M Organizaitonsfl 11 Row 1 CLeft to Rightb Kathy Petersen Row 2 Melvin Daniels, Bob Patter slic bifl ku Curd Pava Wakefield Duane Thompson Motorcycle Club :av H Row 1 CLeft to Right? Dave Budde, Kevin Kuzyk, Greg Boschi, Row 2 CLeft to Righty Fred Featherly, Mark Tetzloff, Robert Toman, Row 3 CLeft to Righty Doug Swanson, Mr. Janczyk. Q hxxxxi X I XX -5 l Motorcycle Club, riding cycles, learning about your bike, learning to use it correctly and getting the most fun out of it. Organizations!113 MHS Wrestlerettes Organizations!114 .PW 1, fo 5 1.9 l 5 is 1 Q , wi x I I, xii. ' ' I v v- K ' i , , i W V I. ' it Q N e , I , .4 -4 a J ll Y, lr 2 ,fi . Front Row: Terri Ake, Maureen Ryan. Middle Row: Gloria Wilson, Sandy Ross, Jackie Janowiak. Back Row: Lisa Beckley, Julie Burr, Roberta Morse. Girls promoting wrestling 2nd year working at home meets selling candy selling bumper stickers sponsors of Jr. High Tri-City Tournament . . . under direction of Coach Erickson. GirI's Big Red Machin CMN Q i . 5 . r ix. ,A Aw E "'-'ra Aff 1 . f +.:Jf-rf 1 t fiif'??4f3 1 5.-if ziggy ' , I .ff 151- Q eeaif' V . V Q: ' 4 ' Front - Denics Sherrod - V.P., Linda Jones - Sec., Back - Mylon Matthews - Hist., Debra Wilson - Pres. Girls Big Red Machine G.B.R.M.... selling license plates earning money fun times anybody welcome. Organizationsf115 IIB! Organizations!116 QQ 2' I 5 1, Y hwgw Ce Y . Q . S Q. s. I xg gi f. Q 1 4 M , 4 1 u 1 1 My AM .1 Organizations!118 Am, if g '233'?1-k WK Q FT: Z- . Yr. ' KY K r,. na :ff 55 51 Organizations!l2O nw A XX . Nw vw ilgdf ! vi 1 Q x M wk Q5 X Q. f . ff fiw,,W, X sw' 'Q Q ii R ? ' e x 5 X 5 T v , I 1 Q Y , K .5 S ' . S 5 A "lk 4s ? 'f ga sei A grail!!! 'E iggfgnillti 5 Q + 75 -y X Q KJ h S+. y 1 'D inr9.!l22 'Q-v-nn-an----. xi rl IE we N 3 ' ' 1 , - - 1 X Q I p fi' J f 4 Q 5 Q 'I ll 3, ' x "M ,li X f 4 . -,q""tLfH-nk -'Q X . l , iff L .5 "W ' z Q 1 ,. N: ,' ,pk n"7-xiii? 3 , N 1 ,Q . If uv 4, f f '6 Jamal Abdelkader David Adams Sharon Adams Bill Ake Johnny Ake Terri Ake Helen Allen Michelle Allen Teresa Allen Debra Anderson Eric Anderson Larry Anthony Anastasion Apostle Charles Apostle Nick Apostle Bryan Archer Edward Archer Kathie Archer Vicki Astleford Mark Atchley Brenda Austin Bennie Bailey Charles Baker Cindy Baker Richard Baker Steven Baker Richard Barnhill Teresa Baxter Tena Beach Pamela Beal Oliver Beaune Lisa Beckley Juniors!124 Those Smiling Faces W1 Navi' t tif? ,, 1 Ml '41, 351 , ff ' ,? 13- A fr ' it l n ' 1 ,L 'Vi if to .M 4 . A , xt 1' .n WW' 'i I 5' A if-mu ,ii IIN' Q XL P' 4 'i lt -fx Robert Bechquist A B 1 x ii I 554 f 2 -it I I Sim Q . ' E s.. .. Q X5 s We it J . KE X it .awry N Q I if '-Q N' " - ,ff ' my 3 VT , 7' A. X 1. Denise Wright, Sandra Ray and . an' friend. 2. Linda Olsen. 3. Rick Mc- - .4 ' ff Kay. 4. Steve Baker. 5. Ron Olsen. v Rayfield Bell .N Karen Benes ' " iffy' Rick Benham M, i5 A1 Robin Benton 'S x . --ff, " 'W L A N .S sg l QL f - '5 Q, Q K as -5 x ' ...x 4' 5 it .... f 'xgxxg i, . - . -2 f A . i J it . E . 5? , ' ax W " V iii -. 5 " 7 . 5 www-- 'i .. k . , ,... -r 3 . ,.-- -ev' 'f' n an V .. S ' . 4- X'-sv! .4 6 ,eq ' -1 vw J.-4 . Ye.-if . i - Q 4. it ,I a Rx ' E Gail Brown T' v , 0 Kim Bigelow Thelma Billups Julie Birch Judy Blaske Laura Blohm Rhonda Blohm Patti Bodenberg Mary Bogue Burneta Bolden Nancy Bolema Cynthia Boles Steven Bollenbacher Julie Bowers Ruth Bowmaster John Bowyer Amy Boxer Sharon Boyd Charles Backenrick Christy Bridgeford Gregory Briggs Andrew Brooks Jerri Brouillet Cheryl Brown Darrell Brown Juniors!125 Harold Brown Keith Brown Sue Brown Vernell Brown Richard Brunais Judy Bryson Pamela Buckner Matthew Buikema Marcia Bunnell Timothy Burch Kurt Burmeister Victor Burns Jacklyn Burr Becky Butler Corliss Butts Roamiel Campbell Susan Caradine Denise Carey Keven Carroll Janice Carter Marcia Carter Robert Carvey Julie Cassel Marie Chabotte David Chan Lexi Cha ndon net Dehorah Cheatham Lannie Childers Glen Clanton Mike Clark Takin It Easy It ' ff iq N: , . N' :ig yltl . Vyyifi. 4 H , ' N ' M it A e J 1 t f as ,sv M! 2 ees... 2 N' 1 J r -fi 'J i Ln 1. 5 'Q' 1,-'4"ilr-- 1 N t . ,-1 F Qs 'E' r . ' ' f f. q1 Q 4 " . V .... . .f - . 'U f c. - j i . . ' f - ... 4? 74 W f A , V N ,4 . It 5 Y ' rf I f I P- - ' ' f 'A Q , ,A , 'Q I .,.., 'mi- 0- v 0' W. - as -1? 1 J gk , ,,,. .f . my . 3-JZ. Q A 1 'A .,, Wh i. , N K .TV 2. A .1 ft fgikwg EQ f. 1 lu mil is . , -4 ,-Q I '---.......,,,,,,,4 .. f , N.- N. x, in 'lk-r 1. eg f x X Q4 V.. A .sg ,.,-ww 'il Brian Clarke Eugene Clements Rhonda Coleman Robert Collins Julie Conley Gary Contrady Cynthia Cook Linda Cook Diana Cooper Lucinda Cooper Deborah Copeland Alva Coy Linda Craft Paula Crampton Virginia Crawford Kathy Crouch Brad Cryderman Debbie Cude Wilda Cummings Devere Cunningham Richard Curd Raymond Curtis Donna Czekuc Mary Daniels Karen Dault Kathy Dault Alvina Dauten Colleen David Linda Davis Sharon Davis 1. Margo Zimmerman and Bob McDowell.2. OllieWalker 3 Marvin Holman, Paul Poniatowski and Joe Scheele. Juniors!127 Julie Deater Debra Deboer Thomas Dehorn Michael Derby Ernest Devine Mary Dewitt Jeanne Dexter Gary Doan Matt Dombrausky David Dotrander Mark Drelles David Dressel Denise Dubault Joseph Duff Fredrick Dutton John Edlund Phyllis Ehresman Jerry Dillott Brian Elrod Kevin Elwell Scott Ernig William Erickson David Ernvall Betty Ervin Richard Estepp Alice Farmer Linda Farrington Katie Feltus Brenda Ferris Cindy Fischer David Fischer Suzette Flores Juniors!128 We .W -Q me -.1 ff- X ' if iw X a 'tg x I -'taxi 'ix N .lb I I 'vnu , !.31hi?.'il 1 A IK ,4 py Together 1. Melisande Mattson. 2. Mark Yon- kers, 3. Lucia Bloom and Mike Derby. 4. David Chan and friend. A- , Q ' 'lb X 4 A P' as 1. .. F . W t - l kt. A an Ae y uf- A B t v 5 ' aw 3, - . J . hi, . 1--ve I 13 Z . f - ' , 1 A I ix xi v . gy 4 .V . y.. F.. J w- -- .1 exif.: 2 b .Q -' X -f S. s ' h J - . ,liiiz if 11 vi M ef r .- V .11 'Tl ' tx,..1 ',..' Xxx. ff ' Y ,. i ' ., 'Z f 5 A. wk, ' v 5 .19 73' X Mx A ,za F G . 115 E lf' G ,N . Rffixt Y XE A Y TQ I - ill' Cl f 5 4 vs I Aff gig, , Q Q V 5 -Mi .Hi is . I ' , g rr 1 F t 4 F .21 fi -ig ' ,th 'A K , " b , .G X 1 . i A . 'I' , 6- Li - W :Q 1 QS. . V I 'Y 9 -w - ,ur i! Kristi Fodrocy Steve Fodrocy Robert Fors Dan Foy Laura Foy Mark Frank Michael Frantz Michele Frantz Michael Frazine Debbie Frederickson Barbara Freres Rickie Fuller Bennie Galbert Tammy Galindo Albert Gamble Randy Gardner Amy Garvey Carol Gause Judith Ghezzi Norman Gilmore Maria Glavas Robert Glover Delia Gonzalez Joe Gonzalez Catherine Gorajec Ed Gorajec Glenn Gray Kenneth Gray Bernard Green Alan Greene Ray Grennan Kristie Grevious Carl Grewe Teresa Griffin William Grimm Kenneth Griswold 'wt S. Junior!129 Kevin Groeneveld Donald Grycki Vivian Hall Jerome Hamilton Mike Hammond Charels Hannah Karyn Harrell Ardell Harris Mike Hartman Sheryl Harwell Evelyn Hawkins Nancy Haynes Dianell Heikkila Ronald Heiss Bruce Hekkerna Kim Henry Luola Herbert Marilyn Herman Richard Hill Yvette Hinkle Terrence Hoisington Fred Holman Roy Hol mberg Scott Hoos Karen Hosler Gerald Hough Mary Houston Michael Huff I Q 1.4 . 4 Q un- Q? fl 4 X mx 'vu --.., F39 Betty Hughes H .V 'ff Q, wt ..- Steven Huizenga R , X 3 Looks Don't Mean Everythin -0,5 V, .J 1 f ' Q. 'I ,j5, , ,J. ., . xii L i Z- ag. 1. Dave Kennedy. 2. William Matych. 3. Denise Dubault. 4. Shirly Wad, Teresa Griffen and Kevin Smith. Ein E? 1' -J Thomas Hulba Bill Hurst Brenda Huston James Hutchison Robert Huth Julie Hylen Sandra lsacson 1.53 .. I ' - l 4 J' f ,, William Johnson I B ll Rickey Jackson Tony Jackson David Jacobson Thomas Jalubas Jacklyn Janowiak Frederick Jefferson Melody Jibson Jeffrey Johnson Joan Johnson Kandi Johnson Larry Johnson Michael Johnson Patricia Johnson Ruby Johnson Junior!131 1 . .-.KW A Donnie Jones Linda Jones Patrick Jones Reuvilla Jordan Timothy Jordan Sandra Juergens Jeff Kahlo Kathryn Karel Gene Kelly Leon Kelly Dawn Kempker David Kennedy Jeff Kenny Charyl Keur Kimberly King Donald Kirschner Lisa Klein Lori Klein 1. Sue Rudis and Penny Leitner. 2. Sharon Weddle, Bob McDowell, Jodi Versalle, and Cindy Tazelaar. 3. Eirc Anderson. 4. William Ma- tych. 5. Gwen Walton. Juniors!132 Mi-is Spirit of "76" - Q, gi Tsf f 3 me . , Lf' ' E . if X X X X s X :W- . X ' kj 'ff Q' it ' x x. Q - . QR 4' is F in ,f Mx avby I I S .- - W ,.. NR x, L, 554' A 1 Q iw, is iff . Janell Knapp Alice Kochmanski Marijane Koday Howard Koone Annette Kortman Gary Lang John Lamglois Julie Larue Thomas Latham Carol Lawson Steve Lawson Cheryle Leach 1 L5 , . Q I .A twiki? K S3 5 .Ma K Q-LW, W Q " f it A Q gg X i J i A k K X W f y H "sf lin.-f ' J Ted Lee Penny Leitner Connie Leloff Denise Lemieux Robert Lemke Veronica Lenoir David Letherby Brian Leyrer Joyce Llfer Bill Lincoln Jimmie Lindsey Karay Lindstrom Juniors!133 The 76'ers Strike Again f 5 iii l ls, l 1 , Ruth Logan ,,r15?fil,4 . 1 Kelless Lory A I V Terry Love ' ' "13'Q"f ' ' William Love ,T T, F" or '1 L- Ernest Loyd 'U i James Lundborg i F17 Rhonda Macario Sharon Malone Lorraine Marshall ' .- Gregory Martin , Q Jerome Martin Nora Martinez .k,k in Peter Martinez John Mason Mylon Matthews L is an ' Cassie Mattice f ' -L ' ' ' Melisance Mattson All ' 5 if-f xl william Matych 1 X ,fi . -X 4' ,, lx Juniors!134 1 , x .I . ,QV 5. 1 H- , ,II . ', S lk fix xv , Y . EWR ' will bv' If if . -. ' l si 4.5 -.1 sf - A '-v 4- '9 f ts ...aw "' L, Q aww . ,,, ' x it n 1 had 5 We tg W 1 .-4 M. pa Q10 X David Maynard Lee Mcbride Anthony Mccall Donald Mcconaughy Carolyn Mccoy Larry Mccrae .lan Mcdearmid Larry Mcdonald Robert Mcdowell Brenda Mcgarry Robert Mcgee Alice Mcintosh Rick Mckay Schenavia Mcquirter Eugene Medacco Angelo Melton Clarence Melton David Merritt L2 1. Randy Gardner and Karen Ulrich. 2. Mary Winicki. 3. Jeff Johnson. 4. Mike Johnson and Oscar Ramsey. 5. Denise Dubault and Gordon Grevel. 6. Gwen Walton. Juniors!135 Cindy Mertz Charles Meyers Paul Meyers Walter Meyers Kristie Miles Gordon Miller Jeffrey Miller Randall Miller Pamela Millis Donald Mitchell Michele Morency Kandi Morris Lou Morton Ruth Morton Jean Mosher Gerardus Mulder Richard Mulder Kathy Mulready Gary Nash Sylvia Neal Walter Neal Junlors!136 W ' Ak .... 1 ,sz i - fs M' s ig f K 1 . 11 E V 1 Q N l K. 'N ix - 3 X Q 4 'X y I K rt if , . , Q XF' My . 3, . 5 ' N U ryqt M 2 W 1 X 1 L Q, 1. William Matych 2. Dean Wolf 3. Tim Wood 4. Tom Dehorn Cheryl Nelson Julie Nelson Jane Nichols Mike Nichols Jamie Nielson Kenneth Nowak R . M Frederick Ochs ." " fr " v .X Marie O'ConnelI ,gg f f - ig " , . . Kathleen O'Donnell X H A ' Keith Olds N , gr X K l i, Peggy Oliphant - Karen Olson , sk. A Ronald Olson 'lg . Q Ah gi lv Mike Osborn , L ' " ,Ll . vfgyf Cindy Osborne 4. 4 A X A Susan Ostradick wi - Ax . R .1321 5 R Anthony Pannell Jeff Panzer af 4'3" ,. ,, 5 ,Q ,Q , Vince Panzero ,, ' U" -we . . "' " Theresa Paquin , y ' ' , 11 ' 5 ,Qs - Valerie Parks J A iixi ' X 'if I l Debra Parnell ark X Y' 'W - own t Q ,I K. ,V , ,fi Happy Days Are Here Again T?"--1 , X! Juniors1137 Kenneth Paschal ' Nadine Patricio Donald Patterson , E Larry Patterson Elizabeth Paulson Philip Peltier Paul Perrin Kathryn Petersen Scott Petersen Mary Peterson Claudette Phifer Julie Pickle Alma Pipkins Michael Pollack Paul Poniatowski Mary Porter 'Tom Priest Denise Quinn Cindy Rabach John Ramones Oscor Ramsey Michael Ray Sandra Ray Ricky Rayford 1. Brenda McGary 2. Ken Gray, Mary Winicki and Friends. 3. Deep Thinker. 4. Caught in the Act. Juniorsl138 .1 wg s K V JQ1- A The Junior Scene il.: RN - Yr 1 ' ' 'Q e' L' li x,. x-1 .. -Q I ' A WN.. ,,.,.s, ev Q 1 Y rf, 9 ' g fx L-at 3- X5 .W l i x n es. x R sy, E at 5 ' . n,. Q.: 1 Y s'.,- 5 5. Q -f 'Q-'sl X, S 1 . , f Q 'rl .-.lx 'T ,- ,X "'?w" -1 ,f ' :WE f 'F 0 Randy Reberg Carla Reismiller Rance Reynolds Steve Rhodea John Ribesky Tricia Ritter William Roberts Carter Robinson Christine Robison Patricia Robinson Sandra Ross Mona Rucker Susan Rudis Adnan Rukich Kenneth Russell Mawreen Ryan Brian Ryder Julie Ryder Mary Sampson Ernest Sandford Don Sauser Carol Sayles Pam Scalf Charles Scheel Paula Scheppman Marquita Schillicutt ,Qu A 5 'R '73, if fx" '5 " BonnieSchneider if , 5 Qy- q - -- Q WendiSchnopp A, 'A S I 1 .l Lt I . f Sue Schrader X 'TV Qi Nash-,-14 t. K A K' ' "' t . ww! Q ' 3 Diane Schrader S . if S S1 Mark Schuitema Russell Schuitema Vicki Scofield Laurie Scott Richard Scott Kelly Semelbauer Michael Shaffer Julie Sharp Gwen Shelton Travis Shelton Denics Sherrod Melody Sherrod Rose Showers Laura Sidock Nora Sidock Dawn Sieplinga Scott Sieradzki Clayton Sietsema Peggy Sietsema Margo Simmerman Stan Simmons MaryAnne Siuda Dalra Skantz Beth Slater Alice Smith Brenda Smith Charles Smith Cindy Smith David Smith Steve Smith Susan Smith Craig Sowa Mark Spalding Mattie Spann Dana Spencer Jeff Spofford 1. Tammy Galindo. 2. Juanita Switzer, 3. Carol Wheeler. Juniors!140 f 4 X' 1 Cv Thoughts 1 I ' 3 .Wu '5 , , i r 1 n . A ' i . A, A i 5 PM ' 5 g, , 5' x - V Q :jg -5' S M, f'r,, i i i it r ' r"'t it L.. ""'f'. . fx I it ' l '.,"l -,at - . we-. x -5 ., S I . fl im' 2, X 1 fl me - v 1 1 1.-. l it f 'f 5 X N wb? , ',:f .J JI I X tx 4 , ' ,A ew. l --'- r--' , r- , -'IVE l 'L "D K Tgx -N.-'. .4 G, '. .4-4' 1 z .. id y X ' 4 ' . l 1. i ' T 9 daft ' 4 'J 1 all A . ' z ,JQ J' if ir' ' ' 2 B G - - - ' 1 1 XL ,A ' V ig YAVK.. S is , l J 5 J t 5' ..1 t L . are in X 3' 5: . li-. , 'XQ 9 -v 5 i v- 1 K 0, V g ff 'Q is ? - X .' I Xx x i lf Q x IX ,955 Q Joe Stanton Jane Stenholm Darell Stewart Rose Stewart Kevin Stewart Karen Stohr Thomas Stone Mark Storch Daniel Strickland Randy Stu rtevant Tex Sullivan Nancy Swartz Juanita Switzer Jennifer Tarrio Marvin Taylor Cindy Tazelaar Donald Tazelaar Richard Thomas Andrew Timmer Jill Towers Greg Trecek Thomas Tretheway Karen Twining John Uganski Karen Ulrich Gregory VanDam Greg VanderLeest Brad Vanderstelt Laura Vanderstelt Clayton Vandervelde X Greg VanderVelde William VanDyke ?'ff'f David VanKammen D. Vasquez Lisa Vasquez Jodi Versalle Juniors!141 Salomon Villalpando Gayle Vledder Rhonda Wahr Pava Wakefield Ollie Walker Gwen Walton Daniel Ward Lenora Ward Sandra Ward Susan Ward Jeanne Wasserman D. Watson Scott Wayman Phil Webster Sharon Weddle Shirley Wedell Julie Weller Veronica Whimper Brian White Joseph White ,. T ,M f ,, W y 31441- 'V " . U if W a f 3 i I 4""' X rx ,Ag A it in 51 ... S, X-4 at , . f ' I th- "' IV., 4 I 1 g - 1 ' ' E' , l. i - 1' hug? Juniors!142 11" Don't Look at M , I Didn't Do It t if t S , if it at W -l M l ,N-X, S .x,.. t. - its su -ss-w -135 fwfr if' 1 gg, W g g g .P , , wagcv ,.'T xi- , Wendy White Eileen Wickliffe Tim Willer Dave Williams Lori Williams Debra Wilson Gloria Wilson Mary Winicki Steven Wisneski Carrie Wittkopp Shelley Wohlford Dean Wolf Timothy Wood Jeffrey Woodard Michael Woodard Gerome Woodfork Douglas Workman Brenda Wright Kelly Yarranton Mark Yonkers 1. Small Talk. 2. Sharon Weddle. 3. Delia Gonzaes and Nadine Potrcio. Junlors!143 Say Cheese Bennie Bankhead Burneta Bolder Frankie Burt .1-M. v-X sz- -f I e-Q I' RodneyCIark " V DaIeCIoud gr-f Jef . R J ii. achelle Lyons my 4, ,. if ' 'S--'f " ' FM ' K ,. - ,, f fjfifff . N l, , Q ,, , in J X JP' u. 1. James Lundbourg. 2. easy does it. 3. Jim Hudgens. Sorry for Juniors not pictured. Not the fault of the Year Book staff. Juniorsfl-44 pu--f Brian St. Amour Rick Versalle Merelise Young Bernadette Young Jody Zavitz rr, s 3 1 John Mason. 2. Junior Splrnt 3 Lonely Soul i .-. .Q 5, Q Q Z! Iigilill Z! A. - .1 wif ,gg 'T - f- - . ., ' . , 11.g in r- w-4.333 fin, . , . Hg , X L A V, .g,""kfw . -5 -- var, -wwf' ww J Q53 f. -'L ' . 3 3 ' . f Al", ?V' 'wa' A X 1 X -5 A .--""""f l 4 wM,,.w-W' ' -'f " A lun - .1 h AM 4 K In r'. X kWk.'V ,,:- W w gf' 41.55 , f?f. x " , W - :gf . ,L ,-A , A i' - H' -clifwh ff? , W KJ- '15 .z 1- Y fi? 'IW' f Q 1 I wg fit Y 5 if . Q 6 , -14 ,. N 1 Avi 'Q ,Z W -- W ' uf "ao a, 'Qs-', J' A ,K Q 'Sd " f -V ..,f . - - 1 J 1, N , 93" -' ly '-'lfifi , X . ,. N ana. . N w l ' uf.. KZ W K 'ima W 'Q 5 NP M. . , wax XEW W 'fs' I ww," l 'ii' L 1 ff ' , Lg ' , 'WI w 3' I i N N 3 , ' . I -Q L, i lf Q MQ., . Q i f 1 E 1 l 'N rf , F v s Apu K SPCDRTS rd' Qoortsf147 JI!- 9' , 1 W W A ' ' la 6 , ., .sg H 1. ,a guru--Q can gmt' 5 5, : 3 "fin Row 1: Rose Burr, Karay Lindstrom, Karen Olson, Kandi Johnson, Wendi Schnepp, Karen Ulrich. Row 2: Brenda Ferris, Karen Benes, Cheryl Nelson, Julie Bomers, Denics Sherrod. Row 3: Denise Lelvlidux, Micki Sweet, Sue Connel, Linda Farrington, Brenda NlcGarry. Sports! 148 Girls Swim Team is n This is the first year for M.H.S. to have an all girls swim team. Although none were won, all were close. Better luck next year girls. 1. Going in. 2. Starting out. 3. Waiting patiently. 4. Getting ready. 5. Help! Sports! 149 8' l 9? . i N Row 1. Howie Meloche, Dave Barnes, Randy Carlson, Jim Drelles, Paul Drelles, Aaron Nlorris, Randy Rahrig, Dave Korndofer, Dave Kenny, Tim Schofield, Sam Ferguson, Row 2. Nick Davros, Stoney Fulgham, Tracy Hinesill Dave Panici, Ted Siuda, Paul Shyne, Brian Clarke, Ernie Sanford, A.D. Barnes, lsaih Kirksey, Ollie Walker, Dave Ernvall, Row 3. Rick ill, Dave McCan, Dave Andrews, Eric Strand, Steve Smith, Jerry Martin, Micheal Huff, Mike Derby, John Ribesky, Dave Dressel, Bob Huth, Ray Grennan, Row 4. Joe Duff, Clayton Sitsema, Jeff Kenny, Ed Archer, Ron Olson, Leon Kelly, Robert Glover, Bob Becquist, Rusi Schuitema, Donnie Jones, Romiel Campbell, Rayfield Bell, Row 5. Tim Burch, Coach Bob Erickson, Coach Gillispe, Dave Taylor, Co ch Larry Harp, Mike Osborn, Eric Anderson, Jeff Burr. The 1974 Big Red Football Team had a very tough season indeed, finishing with a 5-4 record. The Reds started strong by winning their first five games in a row. Then despite hard play by the Reds, injuries plagued the team and led to their four losses. Despite the team record Big Red Pride remained strong, and they should be congratulated. This years team was led by Tri-captains, Randy Rahrig, Aaron Morris, and Paul Drelles. Randy Rahrig was voted Most Valu- able Back, and Dave Kenny was voted Most Valuable Lineman and also Most Valuable Player, This year head coach Larry Harp was assisted by Dave Taylor and Bob Erickson. Sports!15O is , bs. 'O I f1 s N x FF I '15, ll 1 . Us if 'Ami' X, rn, " K 4 ...slr-. nll 5 wiv nfl:- ,ggn .. iw- W Acterhoff, John Brown, Kurt Fredricks, Row Row 1 Jim Springstead, Brian Hutchinson, Earl Beam, Mike VanLent, Mark Gable, Andy 2 Doug Andrews, Mickey Ferguson, Tony Huth, Jim Raymond, Bruce Caradine, Jeff R g 3 Steve Sohasky, John Singer, Bernie Lory, Berry Parker, Marnold Marciell, John George, Bill Fuquay, George Brooks. Row 4: Coach Hutson Scott Shelkey, Bob Houseman, John Nousain, Gary Walters, Albert Rucks, Rick The 1974 Little Red Football team repre- sented MHS well with a 7-2 record for the season. The team was low in quantity C27 playersj but very high in quality and the entire team pulled together to get the job done. Team leaders included Mark Gable - Most Valuable Lineman, John Brown - Most Valu- able Back, and Kurt Fredericks and John Brown -- Most Valuable Players. This year the Little Reds had a new head coach in Ron Murphy and he was assisted by Chuck Hutson. Sports!152 ahri , Bill Davros, Kevin Cunningham. Row Bosse, Melvin Fletcher, Coach Ron Murphy. Little Reds 7-2 1. Kurt Fredricks. 2. Coach Hutson. 3. Mickey Ferguson. 4. John Brown. Sportsf153 M' L Team Picture - Row 1: Dave Kennedy, Tri-Captains - Don Daniels Scott Robbins Joe radlsher Terry Fuck Henery Jiminez Chuck Baker Row 2: Brian St. Amour, Jon Stephens, Ron Michelson Coach Dorris Dean King Paul Derks Jeff Panzer Louis Olivas Row 3 Bruce Burr, Tom Shields, Mark Ghezzi, Dave Stephens. Cross Country coach John Dorris' Big Red Cross Country finished the season with great pride. The year ended with our Harriers com- prising an 8-2 dual record and respectable 2nd place in the city and league. Tri-captains for the year included Scott Robbins and three- year letter winners Don Daniels and Joe Gra- disher. Junior Dave Kennedy was top man for the team and was the no. 1 runner in the L.M.A.C. Don Daniels placed 4th in the conference. CONGRATULATIONS TEAM! Sports!154 Cross Country 74 1. Jon Stephens and Joe Gradisher run on. 2. Dave Kennedy no. 1. 3. What? Shake hands with you? 4. Long line for L.M.A.C. Sports!155 its " , .N K M' N , -r'kH,,..,-'4"" eff' "41'3b:.,. 1. C I L ' f . . . . . a ShZ1?2 axvsstn wigmgniicuep ta? Row 1, Melisia lrving, Pam Riley, Geraldige Woodcliff, Lisa Swanson, Row 2, Alexis 3. WS thine! ' Karen Panici. Linda Olsen, Shiela Phillips, Ch ri Panzer, Coach Jim Kanaar. ,meg Q , I Sports!156 C r 1 Girl Cagers at M.H .H im! ww- tw'-5' - b rn. S 'RMK 'A M f 'K f""" ' """"--X Bottom Row, Debra Gardner, Youlanda Rucks, Carol Lawson, Violet Corder, Betty Hughes. Top Row, Pat Harper, Sandy Ross, Lori Williams, Gwen Walton, Marge Primmer, Bernadette Young, Marsha Carter, Coach Mary Ann Laguire. Both Girls Basketball teams did a tremendous job this year. Girls Varsity won 10 out of 13, and our Girls JV. won 7 out of 9. Their many hours of practice led to their great victorys. CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS! Sports!157 Row 1 Coach Mike Murphy. Nick Davros, Mike Ray, Jim Parker, Mike Huff, Ken Bo Morris, Matt Buikema, Bruce Price, Howie Meloche, Al Richards, Tony Pannell. Coach Mike Murphy's 1975 Big Red Basketball Team provided many thrills during the season. Ending with a 16-9 season record, the Reds tied for 2nd in the LMAC standings. ln tournament play, the Reds came on strongly, winning the Regional title was the first in thirteen years for MHS. Tony Pannell led the Big Reds in scoring and AI Richards in rebounds. Dave Panici, Aaron Morris, Bruce Price and Jerry Elliott also aided the Reds greatly. Congratulations to a fine team. 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' Row 13 Ralph Bouwan, Darrell Brown, Terry Hoisington, Jeff Burr. Row 23 Ron Steve Sohasky, Mike Derby, Paul Derks Mark Gable, Jeff Lowry. Row 35 Mark Drelles, Tim Burch, Craig Skocelas, Henry Tomaseiwich, This years Muskegon Wrestling Team had one of the best seasons in recent years. This years team was a young one with 3 sophomores wrestling varsity. Junior Darrell Brown to the team including a city also represented Muskegon in Darrell and Senior Jeff Lowry contributed much championship. He state competition. also placed lst in the Regional competition. Jeff Lowry also had a good season in which he set for the fastest pin. Sports!162 the school record Baker, Mike Osborne. Big Red Matmen 1975 5. Pin him, Big Red! 1. Jeff Lowry. 2. Jeff Burr. 3. Wrestler Warm-up. 4. Coaches Doug Twa, Bob Erickson. Sports! 163 Swimmers Strong hir' -v""i The 1975 Musk. Swim Team had the best team in it's history at MHS. The team compiled a 8-9 duel record, placed 5th in their conference and won a league meet. Coached by Dave Heckaman, this year's team broke many records. Bruce Spoelman led the team by breaking school records in six events including the 50, 100, and 200 freestyles and the 200 l.M. Mickey Deboef set records in the butterfly and 500 freestyle. Matt Dombrausky broke the breaststroke record. Bruce Spoelman also became the first MHS swimmer to qualify for the state meet. Sports! 164 Q, ,,g S ,,,, S Row 1. Dale Clock, Bruce Spoelman, Micky Deboef. Row 2. Eroc Anderson, Thom DeHorn, Joe Duff, Dave Kennedy, Matt Dornbrausky Row 3. Roger Hopson, Dave Hayes, Wanye McPherson, Mike Johnson. Row 4. Kurt Fredricks, John Langlois. Bill Vandyke. VM 1. Kurt Fredricks. 2. John Langlois. 3. Midky Deboef. 4. Dale Clock. 'll - I 1 1 Sports!165 ,Ugg Row 1: Burton Straley, Jack VanDam, Rick Topping, Mark Derby, Ray Smith, Jim Jimine Eric Anderson, Gary Dunn, Joe Gradisher, Don Daniels, Mike Forton, Randy Rahrig, Don Kartes, Coach Dave Heckaman. Row 3: Ted Lee, Greg VanderLeest, Mike Derby, Panzer. -Q A ifrbb,".1'A!'f BX, 'M' Q -,vfskitqwg i.4,.j'1 ' 'S Ks F i'-:inf 4? ' MH , f .ga H J. 1, Jim Smedes. Row 2: Coach Warren Ormiston aron Morris, Stoney Fulgham Scott Robbins Rayfield Bell, Leon Kelly, Dave Kennedy Jeff 1. Stoney Fulgham. 2. Rick Topping. 3. Randy Rarhig. 4. Rick Terpstra and Randy Rahrig. Sports!166 +1-1" 'Qi-NF 1974 Tracksters fd 'ig A at . iii" ,it ' , l -i 7 I ....q...--- 1.- ..., -.-..., 'gf . - 2: EJ: 1'--v""i 1331!-l !"l!"':'11 'A vgg 5 ll-nl!-'l "'. N2 -14 i .I ' 'Xif .fit . ,, 'f i an 4 K-4....xj,j-'w..snm'!C.g.t... ' , ' 3,9 5. fin, ',5...,- -4 , 5"-w . .,ct1,f ns . ' . -QQ lf' ' The 1974 Muskegon Track Team completed the season with 3 wins and 4 losses. The team placed 4th in the LMAC Conference Meet and 3rd in the city meet. Rick Topping was voted Mostvaluable. Coached by Dave Hekaman and Warren Or- miston, the 1974 team was young with only a few seniors participating. With most of the -letter men returning, 1975 should be a good year for track at MHS. Sports!167 Swingers at M.H The Big Red Golf Team prac- ticed at Chase Hammond golf course and played in conference meets at least once a week. This years Team had a hard but good year. Sports!16,8 Row 1: Bud Meyers, Dave Jacobson, Terry Wilson, Doug Fortier, John Mason. Row 2, Coach Dave Heckaman, Bruce Wikma 1, Mark Picard, Mike Nichols, Mike Woodard, Rob Carvey. 1. Dave Jacobson. 2. John Mason. A 337 , - M - - i -5 W if ff at Q ,. 43' KL ' If f ' . R fs :dig ewan Isvafkb if TX R531 K yxwwsuqgllg B LS Rarhiql' ienmakh Qssnex. jgijnombxffn LCMRY' -3 Q' + .fr - Q .fm - vi Sw Q- f W--S sf M Q-5. - Nwank wa Q kg 'G - , , ff-. ff. fm ,,,,':,,,' ,Z .B A . Q 4 W NM MW ESQ ,W-E 1'f .-- --L: ----w fm--A-I Q: . , M QXQ f"""' 'N M, GT 1 ' 'W rip 73' 5 Q 'W W ff! N O .-A 7 -.'hQ Ii 'f 5 25, . .il f. if gig Q75 " U' X 5,.f..., Row 1, Thom DeHorn, Dave Weatherbee, Scott Emig, Mark Boelkins, Mark Franklin, ue Ribesky, Coach Cross, Alice Farmer, Eric Strand, Tom Wolters, Mark Yonkers, Dale Clock, Don Treble, Mike Woodard. 1. Dave Weatherbee. 2. Don Treble. 3. Scott Emig. Sports!17O 1974 saw the M.H.S. Tennis team in a state of re- building. Under the direction of Coach Cross, the 1974 team had many young players out. Tom Wolters was the only senior on the squad. Scott Emig, Mark Boelkins and Dave Weatherbee were the top three in singles competition for Muskegon. Tom Wolters and Don Treble were tops in doubles. 1975 should be a great yearfor M.H.S. Tennis Team 1974 K X Sports!l71 Baseball Reds 1974 ounty Champs Coach Jerry Eaton's 1974 Big Red Baseball Team finished again with a fine season. They ended the year with a very respectable 16-5 record and were the Muskegon County Champs. The team established a combined team fielding average of .936 and a solid .251 batting average. Team leaders for the year were: Jeff Whitson - batting, Ted Siuda - pitching, Ted Siuda was also voted most valuable player. The 1975 Baseball season appears to be very promising with many re- turning Lettermen on the roster. Sports!172 -W K L+-W " - Hmm X r' ,lf :fr He B X .gg ,sid il Tizf- 1. A -- i i-is L .W ,L fx,-f.5g.l4gN11.gJ,f. .sage-was:--1. i hi ,,,g,,,,,.r . 1, Q cl 9 - .1 0. 7 le. .1 W: ' ' -- 6 t 5'V 1 '.. " M' ' N ' - ffl! -4- -wg!! 'A f 7 . N ' Ki ' 1 " ' Row 1. Ricky McKay, Ted Siuda, Kurt Holstrom, Rick Ludwig, Bill VerHuIst, Rick Versalle, Jeff Burr, Dave Ernvall, Dave Panici Paul Adkins, Pat Woodard, Pat Rose. Row 2. Coach Jerry Eaton. Brian Clarke, Gary Contrady, Jeff Johnson, Chuck Majeski, Brian israel Howie Meloche, Matt Buikema, Russ Schuitema, Ed Archer, Ron Schultz, Ron Olson, Larry Cooper, Dave Ostrander. -fuk 1. Jeff Whitson and Dave Panici bent on making the play. 2. Wind-up by Dave Ernvall. 3. Ted Siuda on the mound. 4. Bill VerHulst and Howie Meloche, Ready for anything? Sports!173 -K .-. X is.-23-3' is S? . f gpuuasifkii is N: V. w mx WN fr 1'f L. 5. W5 , Q JZ 1 wb? 1 N ,K .Q N X M -L XX EN N 1 N Skid N Shu H R QMJSKEF cm?-'Z . va. ,.x c0Uyf'Y 4 ,.1 N. ,X VN . .1 . .L W. ' N. x w. Qigsiiif . ww RQ . 1 'F 53 81' + .iw aw wa! MX f 4x 1 . 1 'SP P . 1 4 um, A I N. 'fd W K, Qu -: Sw QA' Q AN . wx QXA --, Jam " U - 4 2 :N ui N., I- Vx 1 2 mf, rw si , ffg3'q" L 1 A -. I if We i S 5 3 ' P Nx A X -.. fx 1.1 X 'Nile X ,S Yi 52 Q.. 5 J . 3 XNN K. rw 4, N' RAR M 4 . x 4 5 ,-2'-'h ,N M: M, -ms -Sm. ,,xg-N-K KWSN iff-N 15' - ESS: 5:3-. S 'vw f. :Quai , 2 1 . i ,Af ,e V, . 3535. . 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O 56 27 O 71 . . . . . . -6 59 ' ' 24 13 40 - 43 4 40 33 12? t y T 53 3? , C 28 91 31 . 52 100 ' ' ' 72 64 ' 108 31 52 63 108 ' 48 ' ' 52 - 43 ' 45 U V Y T 39 Reeths Putfer 30 ' 31 59 36 L r " - 0 35 126 - 8 37 ' 45 . A O 16 ' ' 55 7 36 ' , I,-6 ' ' - 8 16 .rt 67 ' X 3 16 L, . . +37 L El ,n :Pl ' AA 20 ' z n . A75 CH 1 I 2 QX ,V- 's :: SENICDRS 'Nw --x A ki s i F 1 P 145 7. ,ff - 'R x Q5 y ' ei A X ' 31 A K W. V' - iff i rm 1' .f ." V sg- of A , i . A i .ax f A J, - 'x ' Q ' ,V I Tir QQ, X , ,' 1' 1' tu , , i S : i., ' is Janet Anderson John Anderson Mary Lynn Anderson 1. Hanna lDawkins and Edna McDaniel share a smile. 2. Paul Derks, Jerry and Brian Stamour. 3. Diane Mosher in a seductive mood. Ethel Alcorn Otelia Allen A M gg N, L pw .. 2 T ' , YL . , I hkl 4 X , , in vi D: T M 5- rg. , , ' ' iii. A David And ews Arthur Boyd .k .fi 4- 2? Barb Anderson ""g-no 4, fy F1 i X ' sw FXJ QA-Q, A lx, Jeffery Ashley .PN Brian Avdek John Baker 5-'fx Mark Baker Carl Annessea Seniors!182 Hey, Foo! Debbie Balcom Elizabeth Benes Laurie Bird pf gf, -mx. A t , 'fl ' x :2al',v'.f ' Wir, ilk 5" 'ga mgnltx ass xi. Q. 'uve I l I -5 ' ' N 1 u l - ',a' 'Q hlil 1' '!x"llllun'.lk llll".-' 'Q' my ,ex lllIl"Y""'lHl'.,',1 ...,pnnnulinlna-,', 1 '1 ....uunlllunl.S. .1 Mark Boelkins inf Rachelle Balwin Kim Ballard Mark Barr Shirley Beacham Linda Beghtol Peter Bennett l 5 N K. 3 l 'W' ,iq , , , 3' 9 SQ Allen Blood 2 Charlotte Boone Kimm Bergl und v Michael Bobian ii? Lovie Boone Matthew Bond Greg Borgman .nn Steven Bos Seniors!183 QI ' 4 i W . si ' H"'f: .' lyk l fl 5, 4 f I say! Tom Bourne Brenda Bouwman 'Nw 1 l I Mark Bowmaster Susan Bozell Ray Bradford 'Wes gms f"i,f55S W '2 e P , -v 'Q 1 N X. Michele Branstrom Mary Brauer Lewis Brooks hwy V V n 1 4 P- Jana Brusseau Cynthia Bryant Darlene Buchanan Seniors!184 Shelley Bouwman ' "" 3 ' . . . l m , rlggj r , ' I .. 'W--. . g . 'W v f Q . -1 KT "7 .f ' . , V ,J " , VVS ax I .v if si Lori BYOVT Shelia Brown' Dan Bruckbauer Eric Bucklley 1. BQB3 3. Senio s S it iiditf.. j Brenda Burch Steve Burns Morris. 2. Tim Eikenberry, totaly excited cheer Carter on. H7577 X 1 Best Alive .X l C f ' . u . Q u . Ky. - g al' Q 1 ., ,f Charlene Jeffery Burr Butterfield Phyllis Byrd For F ,,e. ,N g , A X 8 it 1 X C rs.. I - ' f r 'W ' r A' sw., , f .fe fl 1 1 K, X Ql' J. Karan Carlson Kathleen Carson Kenneth Carson Randy Carlson Roger Carlson Wayne Carlson ,L , l- Ji gli A 1 J 5, 1 Y I Ah Josephine CaS-Brel Larry Chan Chglgifnet Susan Charles Cecelia Chartrand Jodie Chartrand Vx O Prix' 1. Coach Heckaman, Bruce Spoelman and Mickey Deboef. 2. Pat Woodard, "Come on down." 3. Gary Dunn in Stage Band. Sue Chasseur X1 .. l .X I A L, Larry Cooper .Q .... Ad i , l A , ,fa It all ,ft we www 1 x , P, b,S5v-Bk 01 . M mx x 1 .. ia . i- Q. PM ll ixn Q Mrn:'il"fw,0'x.n in .Q l 'XY' n""'yv",, 'mn Xui',1l2'v"Y 0 ,917 ,is mf A 1 ,.l f:jYfg1l:Nqu',pS:. ltr1n::i.iqE2,nf,-L. A ' 1" 11 nv' I nf' wi .-H. .Ewfiw'!il.vi!!lw'm.n"!!!f...iRo', X- lrving Cryderman Seniors!186 to 1 f l W3 J . V' . mv ' ."tt X ' D l 1 0 0 0 Q K - Q "v .x l , gy . A 1 7. 44 I if pa' 0 ' by x ,ff A cl '. A' I- N D il- -' - 5 is 3 Christziilerson Jan Clements Dale Clock Teri Coffer Susan Connell Violet Corder Sheila Cotton J, I Kenneth Kim Cummings Cumming N iff an-up Cynthia Bruce Craymer Deborah Crockett Y 've .x Ken Cunningham Darlene Curtice Donald Daniels Seniors Show Talent .IJ . ef y5.ff lb' X 1 . 2 W Melvin Daniels Michelle Daniels Deborah Davis Lesa Davis Nick Davros -f , . , 4 be - 4, ' 1..- 1 ., g' '. 5, ff wgfv , 454-T nl s s Robert Deboef Dave DeGraff Melinda Deiters i!,',X i R Paul Derks Janet Derouin Hanna Dawkins Elizabeth DeVette Seniors!187 s ' is -. i :b:"bu ,E I . K , ' W Q -za' Q Q 1' x , 1 I -F 4 A iffx .rv Y jg ,Q u s .5 X 'IZ' I ff' l U Kathy Dewitt Gary Dexter Barbara Dooley Vigla Dooley ' x X K I 4 D, Q if 1 ,D 1. . . x ,Q Gail Drent Suzette DuCnane Seniors!188 sf, , ' '12, -. fm C Q1 Y fr D X D S.. I' l , NK fl N Q Rf fi Fran DeYou ng X l , , l Tammy Dougherty Carl Duncan M.. W N514 4-u lg. ,..x 3 lx. Glenda Alan Dombrauskv Denise Donnelly Kalliope Dreliozis James Drelles Paul Drelles vie- 'fi' G J 4 5' Sandra mha Gary Dunn Dennis Eichorst Seniors at Leisure an ' I Q Janice Elrod Steven Esslng Betsy Farmer Laufeen FEIIFISKI Sam Fergusgn ,412 Debra Fethke Randy Flannery Karen Flikema 5 ,,. X 4 Active Qrvvf 'g-7 L.. Sandra Flickema Lynn Fischer Michael Flowers Debra Flynn eniors? bfi' l in . , gg 'A . 1 1 ' ' 2 J., , 3, .gi 3' A-' fight f L fm ii'-Q ,fn K 1' X V A V 'Y " . .fx Flnn .- l A ,ti Q X, xfg My , 214 I X ,X X. xrf " Nz . 5. X X - v Alice Ford Ray Ford Douglas Fortier Michael Forton Mary Fox Mark Franklin F5 gb a 5 2 :F is :wwf 'M -1 Lou Anne Frazier Stoney Fulgham Beverly Fuquay Gloria Galin 1. Really, myself! 2. oxygen Suppl Seniors!19O is si' am., 'U' i do Herbert Gamble Debra Gardner Huis early in the morning I don't even look r enda cheers our Big Reds on. 3. Gary, my y only lasts so long. A--an--.. . A ZL4. iw' x. -. N, Loraine Gardner Beverly Gates Carmel Gee ' -'ffm 3 ' I 4 2 t ' ,i K , gig 'St ... J Q ' x WSL? f- - s 1 - , - . ll W V lil . , 5 . , X. 'lui fy W N ' ,I I I as .f f I . ln X . . K thl . Cheryl Gillespie Gfillesijg Cheryl Gluck S . xl f l Z Rose Gonzalez Allan Goodman Carl Goods X l I' 4 ,cg IU' Erin Geoghan Edna George Shane Glieden Guy Goldeberg Timothy Goulet Joseph Gradisher 'le Y F A G t o . F ,el ,pf ' ,l-,r" Jane Glacobassi 0 5. f" Juanita Gonzalez L A A1957 A s J ,, ..yl "ff ll? ' f, ,V ,M I mmf David Graeff - 'Q 'V Nz ' 'x - i, G Robert Grambau if X 1 , K w...,. -fix Mark Green ,J . n. Uv' aus l l l ' P N l l i X - Dale Grasmeyer Sally Graves 1 cf Q ' ,, 'H' G Q!! N 'X -X. Gordon Grevel isa: 1 Linda Gust ,f , to , of X ""-.A 14.5 jf' f, ei! at Denise Hall John Hall Michael Hall I Seniors!192 2 S df vtfikavi Yelaf' G 1. Wroaaa! Kenny. 2. We just can't let him go. 3 h could see me now 4 Oh gee I seem to hav ,forgotten the combination! The Look of '75' to . rw .4 , i ,, . n n . - - X A 'Q f if X I y V I X hi , i Bruce Hamil James Hammond Cindy Hansen XT 'fi' 5 Eff I l . X Laura Hardin Julie Harkness Patricia Harper 1 xii V-X Cleareatha Harris Eddie Harris Elaine Harris .S xW Sheila Harton John Hayes Patricia Heethuis ,Lv .t -,Sw . L Q . . Seniors, Friends to One and All. 2' X 5 H 5 E s-Sk' Www' L ' Y X A Q 5 Carol Heim Janet Hemeren Tim Herbert Tracy Hines Pamela Hoetakker Carl Hogston W'- Marvin Holman Russell Holtz Manuez Hood Marsha Danny Hugins Gregory Hudgins mn -......,,e ,t.e .t,. L rti. . Seniorsf194 7- 1 1. You really shouldn't of said that. 2. AI, you shouIdn't think such things! 3. So, I'm alittle camera shy. .. Q, I Earl Hughes Michael Ingram 'K 'h f us, V, -r---r 'A - '1 Stanley Irving Bryan lsreal Q, . ' J ..., ' ,ei f VW , .z A tyu ' . Q Q, . fu j ' ' V, N x H .5 Q' . 'Mix . " iffy' Q . I ' S I 2 ' . f WWA r I Sherri Iverson Josepl Iwanice Betty Jackson Evelyn Jackson Mark Jacbson Jean Jazdzyk 2 e-3 I K A-4 -ktgsgyrf Q: Q Itzivf S Exficnlul' L in X fr Gerlad Jibson Clark Johnson Karen Johnson Lisa Johnson Cheryl Jones Denise Jones Seniors!195 Cynthia Jeurgens Brenda Kahl Donald Kartes L90 llk.. Robert Kelly Wayne Kennedy Dave Kenny F K 'Q' 'UQ' .asf l S Mark kersh ner Mary Kestleloot Joni Kieft Dennis Dave Kirk Isaiah Kirksey as f, 1. it 'K I 'X 5 - ... Vi ku.- Dan Kish Chantel Kobza Dave Korndofer James Kowalski Bill Kraus Kent Krive 1. Try that aiain buddy, and you'll be sorry! 2. Giant of a man, Mark Gre n. 3. Say cheese, and look pretty. Seniors!196 HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE! igni- Francis Kuzyk Mitchell Larson Terry Launer F , ge -,L . Q S. "J Q 3 ' x Jeffrey Leder Christine LeMieux 'Y --.., Denise Lawitzke ' A ia 1' JA' A' vu M ffl i BQ .amass '. R Scoot Lindback Tim Linstrom 'WY ' Y X ' l as Mark Lawrence Pamela Lawrence George Little Charles Lonergan Seniors!197 pf PN, if 'Nw -M35 :Alf it if X, 'iw . : ' - xr . 'N 'IQ' ' nf' , 11 3 if ., ,-:ri f " -Quit - u , ,A 1, A 'sl a L 'E' L X ,, A Xlx I 1? if 15 Lellie Long Linda Longmire Gregory Love Deloies Lowrey 24.4 Richard Lugwig Joe Maqil gl I Jeffrey Lowry Marsha Luhman Chiquita Malone Dale Lu bbers Christina Lundon Aff. -wg Peggy Matthews 1. Guys, if you didn't want any one to know, then why do you look so guilty? 2. Work work, work that's all we do! Seniors!198 Q,-6 Leslie Lundquist Randy Lunsford David MacRherson 1 3 1 l,l. ,f E L ai . Seniors Keep Busy at Work and Play !Y"'g1,?':'e. 5: . .,., ,a , . , fa ' Xl Andy Mattson Nathan Mattson ' 1 x""Y wa. . ,rw , X j Nancy McBride David McCann Edna McDaniel Dave McEIfish Ez.-l om T111 Kenneth McGrane Robert McGregor Lucinda McKee Laurie McKeown Jeanette McKinley Mary Lynn Pamela McTaggert Debra Medema McNabnay is 32 'ifflf Y Mark Medema Debbie Merritt Brenda David Meyers Merriweather Donald Meyers Ronald Mickelson Seniors!199 f r :iff A P Q Q gl x . ' I Candy Miller Sharon Mines C, , .I Tommie Mitchell Aaron Morris as 5. ' Y-A 'v le ,F - K, is , D .... D . l .'q"" ' i..5 .Q K . u if Darlene Morton Diane Mosher Sharon Mosher Debra Is rf ' f NL., xx nv-T 23' ' ,, ' 'W a 1 A 5, S A K . 1' EX fl v- , 15 ""' Sharon Nobes Shirley Norton Debby Nulf Mary Ohs F1 fi . fin X 1 . N fi fq gi Tim Nelson Kendra Newman 7' Ir ' .f 1 ff '45, my N in ? 5 g Vr- f Lu i N Louis Olivas Dave Panici Seniors!2OO Easy Livin' 're T I N 'fiij5.,F-itil' Q P T' f , .,-X, .4-P' Clyde Parks .1 ' M- .. . ' if li -I for s be .far 'Q Q, f ig,jv.:' a E1 Robert Peliotes H--4 aj 1 Wit! Hamlata Patel Mike Patterson Ronald Patterson ff 5 Antonio Perez Deltina Perez get , Q K, 5, 1 out an 4-sign xi" A ' 1 1 - ev -V 1 f P' Y ., t P f' f ' Q Robert Paquin ,P- Y f 0 Robert Paquin E i 1. M f 'n X i I , U ',' x 15 Y. , ,Af at or . 'N i'-- ' 2 z so Steve Pawlowski Karen Peterson Peter Pica rd - w C lt' ' X , ' 1 ' i A 1. Lisa Johnson. 2. Newest in academic subjects, cards? 3. Hey guys, do you think Kasher will find us here? Tom Paquin ,4 .4 'so Ns.--J I Edward Parrott l .M t ww 5- , -- i t Debbie Peck Brenda Pierce Seniors!201 -..... O. W M .K Y Q 'S ! Y Q K 6 ' ' fat if N ' I 'L I j' ' - Bruce Price Nancy Priefer Marjorie Primmer F 4 'mv' lf- Delynne Randall Kathy Raymond Goerge Rhodea 1. Barb Swanson. 2. Oh no, more paperwork. Mark Medema. 4 Seniors!202 5l'sAv if Loretta Pierce Mark Pierce Kathy Piggot any 'P f,', mg 1 , 1. f XX sr. Michael Poe Brian Porkka Cindy Postrnus Randy Rahrig Luann Rambu rg Vicki Rameau X 'G The Paperwork of Physics Q ' -:.x " M . K.hA A ' , x A 1 , ,, Vw f fs 'P ' Q ,tr fx t M. .JF Q' t -t , 3, K qw X., 4: I f is S 1' -5 M wtf 4' -N fs ., wqgx N Q Q, ' it E , wx. X . . .. R it Kathy Rhoades Pat Ribesky Sue Ribesky Alan Richards Bonnie Richardson Geri Ritz ff -' J 'st gk, 'l K. Ns.-1 -1-5 liar, Douglas Robbins Scott Robbins Dennis Robinson LeRoy Robinson Ron Robinson Eva Marie Rodriguez 5? 'Q-Q 'I' Brian Rose Wilbert Ross Debbi Royal Merteal Rucker Yolanda Rucks Jay Ruhstorfer 1, i W I Q- , ml ar Us -1 O-"' T- 5 tif. A V Ralph Sandoval Janet Schertenlieb Michael Schulmier Ron Schultz Sandra Schwemer Kristi Scofield Seniors!203 Just Give All You've G t! SEA. 0 Tim Scofield Cheryl Sheldon I ! I Ron Sieplenga 'sw Brad Skinner Seniors!204 'iv' Paul Seals Rhonda Seguin Dennis Shafer Carol Sheffer Connie Seggrud ' ' se ll ' 41' A WL, vt L S S ' H .,:' 55" fi Y X A . b S... qu. V A A Thomas Sheldon Judith Shines Lori Shugars Paul Shyne Rose Sidock . ma X-nf G, Ted Sikkenga Mike Simmons Ray Singer Ted Siuda Geralyn Skidmore 4? Q if Debra Smith Mary Smith Susan Smith Mark Sodersrrom L0ri Soule ,T is 'FQ-' O ,dr '-- :L . Lynne Southward Wendy Southworth ,pr ' fit' ' 3 Y,fj7' Me! 1. Right on Big Reds. 2. Please. not while l'm drinking! , , We ,- :fig You xf If N- , ,1X,f,. nf, ,, 5. 1 ' Q K 4, f X I ' ' ,fe ' 0 "J E wx' 5 I 'N ra 5 at N' K Dewarn Sparkling U' ' S' 5. ' fr 3 73 -I I gi.. Wi, X 1 1 fixq 1 ' 1 fd' K K X 'ni H V it i P X iw- Q 1 f ' S U 5 . I 3. - f Marcia Spoelhof Bruce Spoelmar. quam. L e Jonathon Deborah Stevens Stephens F 3 Rhonda Spring Denise Stevens Jerome St. Amour Connie Stout Julie St. Amour , U' sf c ,- Eric Strand wr Q ,fR' 5'-,..fr "' Rick St. Denis Annette Stuckey -I Leaders of the Pack ex x s .ag X ,, . S ,X Marnlyn Suhr Barb Swanson ' 55, ew S M ' -.Q A-A 'X I-or tb E. 5 'U . S. X Q. mi Qkxx N Y Airlie. 1 Brian Tenhove T2 .,f QW' YAUV K X lx we f ,xy ,, . A Rochelle Tibbits n', Micki Sweet 7' V. new f X' 5? 'fi YA S-'fr :P n . Diane Thom oson . .e'L:'f. .o A I 'Hr , ' an 71 . V f " ' 1 1. , ' a '4 fl' nf Q " V, 'g 'ff f SZ' A Sue Tornan F4 'nf V ,Q ji 'a ' ' x. , 4 'vi' L , at, i, A.- ' ...z X ia Q A Henry. Jams Ly e Jane Tomaslewncz Townsend Townsend Traxler Rf Don Treble E , ,4 . 'H 3 w fx in 1' 5- f- if 'Q 'Q' 5 1.. A -Q by 4. X J gt ,fr . D L K -Q 'gr Dan Tyler it lc' wi .Lf X 1- :YV V, ' A ' 6 k hu f T 1 . N Karol Va nderstelt Ron VanLent Mary Va nOeffelen Valerie Vasquez -'-I I Bill VerHulst Q1 iw.. - . , .43 , -.v A. Jim Trombley Bryon Tullis r f' , g, ff 1' .Q 3 xgux ' Ca? .P , ,f if ,sux 1 D a 1 Scott Ullmer Lorillee Unger U' fl I E M ka. Q I V Yxgga Gordon Va nderlest """'x Albert Villarreal Debbie Vaughn i 41 5 ar gf Doreen Vinton 'X 'Y X L 'lf' X A fff' P X- .5 4' 1. Jan Clements, Hist. 2. Don Daniels, Parl. 3. Tim Scofield, Pres. 4. Barb Anderson, Corr. Sec. Seniors!207 Future Leaders? 4 '- K r e 'V' L3 X 1 Q, , gp- ' P I .- - J 1 s A 1 A -as Q ' A -A . X if .X I s ' .Oc he ix ff ..,, Lynn Vriesrnan Alex Wallace Terry Wallace Rick Wallenstein Joe Ward Lorraine Watts -' . . leec iswl ' Jill' J 5 zu 6, L5 Aeeee.,, I- 4 . . I . ,N X my l 4... , A Q- 3 .. . L 'f ' " 2' 1 I 4 ' it 3 Dave Weatherbee Julie Weaver Janice Welch Jessica Wiard Mari-Lee Wiersrna Dolores Willer 1. Sandy Dunham, Rec. Seniors!208 .f Sec. 2. Howie Nleloche, Sgt. at arms. i f l... Seniors Have Strength and Smiles Debra Williams Kathy Wilson -N 4 ,S t 5?5IfQ .2 , N pc, 'vip' K i 5 'IQ , If Li'j!i.:V , . I W .2-'Esq' ' 'ii If X K5 Lorie Wolffis Chris Woller Terry Wood ..,, Donna Williams Ken Wilson Terry Wilson Bev Winters Karen Wright Dave Yates Llovd Zahrt What'II They Do Next? up-le., J, I . K. I L . . Linda Achenbach Duane Arnold A Vicki Austen A.D. Barnes 'ZS Dave Barnes Kenneth Barnes Carolyn Barret Anne Barton Duane Bennett Seniors!21O in Patricia Beacham Andrea Bell 'Av' ix L Rachelle Boucher Jeff Bower MaryAnn Buckner Mike Bunnell Bruce Burr xbv Mary Bytwerk Willette Chambers Sue Chasser fffi . B, www '- I Q Q ' 'IIT 14' Ring 5531 James Clarke Katherine Robin Faltinowski Coleman 93 S Q wuz Gi' liz? .515 'Q .. 43' 'R N Q.- KX j . ' - +. Xu K .:, . -. l- '- - Terri Ferris Reyne Fodrocy Brenda Grider -1 A.,p ,jvj , 9: I l 'lin' tk uv SY ' 'S A 1 . Ron Hannah Dave McSwiggin Howie Meloche 1. Swimming in Feb.? Try it you'II like it. Seven crazy Seniors did. They were: Sharon Mosher, Mindy Dieters, Doreen Vinton, Laurie McKeown, Bonnie Richardson, Brenda Burch, and Brenda Bowman. 2. Sittin' in the hall watchin' the boys go by. 3. What? You didn't. Oops! I did. Seniors!211 F 1 I I I I ADS Uniform Center of Western Michigan Professional Uniforms to Fit Every Budget a J AL 81 IEASWTUZSMPSON Phone 16162 733 9445 l It Trophy House Q3 S Studios of Photography Buyer S GUIdQ 137 E. Laketon, Muskegon Don S Blke 206 Washington, Grand Haven Carten Shoe Store ' Mic"iQ8'5 - .- . ,, . ... , ,. y .. M? -ihihtqv - :lhlifnfz 1"'zgQ.'f'7fl - ji ' ' " osoillliffiifiiiiii:5525223 o Lge :5?LL . . 'X kk. 'X Z 5.3 i O 32 E. Mam Street Fremont C r Corporation ED POWER makes ' RINGS partly right. zveek. But that is only part of our expanding tributes many other engine parts-pistons- alves-valve springs -valve guides-water ents-powered metal items-auto air condi- quarters in Muskegon, plants from Canada to Power's name is well recognized Sealed Power needs able employees in all c continue your education or seek immediate LLATIONS! CORPORATION Michigan nity Employer Bus Zfloral nxlgeu 1 E 4 A TX ,Q VYYV '? A A FTD I VV r 'I . vie 5' 'NYS ".:'u1- of 11, - iam 4 iw' 77 W . :t-' up ,,,.- fli f--1 Z 1.4 Q R Q , I ff' ga ,X g , ,., '.4 '7-Q H .D 5.1, ' ,.'- --, X x x -' N 1333 APPLE AVE. Quality and Service in Flowers MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 49442 PHONE: 773-3264 - New and Used Cars 2001 Peck 722-6056 Bqkqjw 6- Windatt-Pontiac Ph. 722-3508 Wu Sha LAKETON AVE. 81 TERRACE STREET W.. A Member by Invitation Q National Selected Morticians mcfflih, ' ' Q15- fsei' fe gf: 'W ' - XM , f 531 5G?t-lqjlfztl f A s 253 'P 1 ,zesifif - -A 1 + A .vlflr is af 'LMA' Inga M i A i 7- iEYrn.:,k jp" , .- Jifl, .g ' ' - cf., - 17,-,1: 5 'f .2. , 1,-Q""1ff3i.-P.--.- iii. if Y'f'-ff 'T R THOMAS C. Cnocx THOMAS C. CLOCK, Jn. WAYNE A. CLocK 215 P- , VanderveIde's Furniture 8. Carpet Awww V , 4 Muskegon Hts. 5' 4 49444 , 1 Charles Servlcenter Pete 5 Shoe BUX 1122 Getty Muskegon Mich. 1045 Getty Rear Wheel 49442 alinement. Specialists Costom Exhaust Service 81 Guaranteed Mufflers. Phone 773-6666 Electronic Tune-up Disc. 81 Drum Brake Service Congratulations Class of 'f75" Monday-Saturday 10: A.M. Open Modem Brida, BAKKER AUTO TRIM 3 hd Pine s. Hartford Forrnal' Shoppes Muskegon, Mich. 49442 Phone 728-2325 Phone 773-0806 Muskegon Hts. 1090 Getty Neil H- Spoelman. Owner 216 1- Q 1 iv'-5 Parson 15-23 E. Broadway Muskegon, Hts. 733-1266 Congratulations Class of "75" National Lumberman's Bank 81 Trust Co. Hackley Union National Bank 81 Trust Co. Member F.D.l.C. Congratulations to the Class of "75 l "Nw, 217 Records Unlimited 218 Records unlimited in the Park-row-Mall Your one Shop Record spot. Congratulations Class of "75" ED BABBlT'S SUZUKI . ,lx 4-v f 6 Q 0 . Aj 0 QF l lo f' , fw" n ' X gfwxx ' f , gr ' I - ' 4 A X U 3712 Airline Road at Getty Street Sears Roebuck 8. Co. Wayne's Delikatessen Arbor Floral 8. Gift Shop Muskegon Bank 8. Trust Co. Etterma n 's Su permarket Congratulations to Class of 75 1991 Lakeshore Dr. Muskegon, Mc. eaway Pattern Inc Muskegon Mich 49444 Phone 773 2261 or 773 2326 1895 Port City Blvd. Radium Photo Service 367 W. Western lr-r Y H373 monu- "fi-nu nu .--is Runzel Pharmacy 1965 Lakeshore Dr. 755-1156 Congratulations to the Class of "75" From Muskegon Apostolic Tabernacle 1875 Hutson. Worship Services: Sunday Morning 81 Night Mid Week Services: Tuesday - Young Peoples, Thursday - Bible Study. xr!! F 5 .1 ' A 4 ,,---.........,......:- fu: .1 E::T...,,.,,,. as ' " fi li ' 1 , , -1 '. vi V 1 1 . X? 'ffl - j ' J: nf V : cn - 1- ,' I f . . -'i' ."' - -- -I-f. ,L-an U --- will .. ...'.- 1875 Hudson Street Muskegon, Michigan 219 WALTE RS' PHARMACY CASH-WAY LUMBER COMPANY "Everything to Build Anything 1294 PECK STREET 1800 E. Laketon 773 3371 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 1 An ie's Concord House Mulifcefon g 3251 Henry St. 49441 1770 Apple Ave . UP G, Q sr . , .ff - Q . ,.eia,L,i 5-iii FFF in M in F 5' A Ethan Allen American Traditional Interiors wi! Rx it ,- -'x Q X 495' ado congratulations seniors manufacturers of quality furniture and equipment for SCHOOLS A 1' Roo science Roo s MAKI 6 OO I DUSTRIAL ART SHOPS USIC DEPART EN 8 HOSPITALS LABORATO :Es R MS M HOME N R M M SHELBDN EQUIPMENT INDUSTRY ALLURGICA PHARMACY LABS A o e e MET L LABS. FOODS PROCESS G T MIC EN R Y LABS. E. H. SHELDON AND COMPANY, MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 49443 Best Wishes to the Class of "75 "Great Minds Have Pu rpose: Others Have Wishes." Washington Irving Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foundry Co. Division of Textron Inc. BURGER CHEF 1821 Henry Dresser Industries Inc. Crane 81 Hoist Operations Muskegon, Mich. 49443 ED I VIS I 2 IXI THE NO I NAME IN BO LINGQ Bllltllll wicks O X ,f KA id' THE S x 1' c"4w Q 'Q CN . ,A Y Row 1: David VanKammen. Terry Knapp. Joe Gradisher. Cindy Postwtus. Row 2: Gloria Wilson. Dale Clock. Karen Gonda. Denise Leinieux. Row 31 Cindy Heiin. Carol Helm. Vicki Scofield Advisor: Ms. Karen Gonda Editor: Carol Helm Activities: Carol Helm -- Editor Sophomore: Cindy Heim - Editor Juniors: Terry Knapp e Editor Faculty: Denise Lemieux -A Editor Carol Wheeler The End 224 Organizations' Cindy Helm -- Editor Vicki Scofield Sports: Joe Gradisher A- Editor Cindy Helm Seniors: Co-Editors: Cindy Postmus Gloria Wilson Photographers: Dale Clock David VanKa'nmen The Said and Done Staff Special Thanks to: -Mr. Betty Comstock Mr. John Pesano Radium Photo Service The Camera Shop The Campus Keyhole The Muskegon Chronicle Mr. Kim Kolberb's Retailing Class Jeff Williams In memory of: Tom Leighton Doug Nelson Mrs. Marlorie Race Il1vEnd ??5 Y "? "' The End!226 ,al sr- ,, x"'m.., 4 I The End!227 The End!228 a is t. Y L x .-'A H off'-Wa. 1 s.:vN'n', ',,:'-assi. 1' Fr o . . HN x 51 -4 bin ilu sv," xv- v' Ku.. ff:-V NH ' . ': Nx '51 M-LL' Nik pq no of-1 A ' Fl "2v""f' 44" ,Q ,. yi v Q14 'v-'L r' " 'G li 'bf' 1' up X . The End!229 The End!230 The End!231 The End!232 'W' L ,3"' M r-"" H, un-"""' X il .s x 'Y The End!233 The End!234 I vs- 4.-aillvlf 1 V, The El'1df235 The End!236 Y' bkx 'Ni' 5 I .dw A QQ- ,.. W M-Vw.. The End!237 The End!238 ga 'lu ,f"'ff J x. 4, IF by Rudyard Kipling If you can keep your head when all about you - Are losing theirs and blaming it on you: If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too: If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or being hated don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise: lf you can dream - and not make dreams your master: If you can think- as and not make thoughts your aimg' g If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster . And treat those two impostors just the same: lf you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken Twisted by Knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, And stoop and build'em up ' H with worn-out tools: If you can make one heap of all your winnings And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss, And lose, and start again at your beginnings, And never breath a word about your loss: lf you can force your heart and nerve an sinew To serve your turn long after they are gone, And so hold on when there is nothing in you Except the Will which says to them: "Hold on!" 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