North Muskegon High School - Norseman Yearbook (North Muskegon, MI)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1958 volume:
Published by the Norseman Annual Staff
North Muskegon High School
North Muskegon, Michigan
Stephen D. Koch, Editor-in-Chief.
We take many footsteps in our iourney from the time we enter high
school until the time we are graduated. These are taken not only in walk-
ing between classes, but also in terms of achievement and social position
in school. This annual tries to show the various facets of this iourney through
the high school years.
The first footstep, one which we all take with great pride, is our entry
into high school, our passing into the seventh grade. We all remember the
day on which we stepped proudly into our seventh grade classroom, feeling
that we had the world at our feet. This little balloon is soon broken how-
ever, and we are forced to realize that we aren't fully a part of high school.
Our changing of classes is limited to moving from one room to the other,
and we have no choice of subiects whatsoever.
The next 'big step is our entry into the freshman year. We are now
allowed to choose our subiects more or less freely and have full freedom be-
tween classes. Also, we feel that we really belong in the social set-up of
The commencement of the sophomore and iunior years are rather small
strides toward the ultimate goal, the senior year. This is the year in which
we are the elite of high school society. We proudly look down our long
aristocratic noses at the "immature" and "childish" underclassmen, forgetting
that we were once in their same position. In this year we also begin to think
seriously of the future, our careers, our goals in life. .
Suddenly we realize it is time for us to take the biggest step of all,
we are to be graduated. Our spirit saddens as we realize that we will
probably seldom see these people whom we have known so well for the past
six years. Graduation is a time of mixed emotion, happiness because we
have been anticipating the change from the routine of high school, and
sadness because we are to be forced from the familiar into the unknown.
These footsteps are very necessary to our maturation, and passing
through each of them in turn is what makes our high school years the hap-
piest in our lives. It is the sincere hope of the entire Norseman Annual Staff
that this book, in portraying these steps, will bring pleasure to all who read
Stephen D. Koch
-lane' KBC-ffl, assistant editor in chief: Mrs. Maxine Andrews, advisor.
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Table of Contents
Cheer for the Gold and the Blue
Come on fellows-yes, We mean you.
Give our team a mighty shout
Sure we will win-there is no doubt.
It makes no difference what we go
Still North Muskegon, we cheer for you.
While our team is marching, marching
Onward to victory.
ln between the calm lake waters
Scenes we call our own
Stands the North Muskegon campus
Fairest ever known.
Swell the chorus, Let it echo,
Over hill and vale.
Hail to Blue and Gold, our colors.
Norsemen, hail, all hail
NORTH MUSKEGON HIGH SCHOOL
Come on, you mighty North Muskegon
Come on, you Blue and Gold
Show the Norsemen fight
Go with all your might
You can win today for N-O-R-S-E-MEN
Come on, you mighty North Muskegon
Let's go all the way
Raise your blue and gold on high
This is Norsemen's day.
Blue and Gold
We, the graduating class of nineteen-hundred and
fifty-eight and the annual staff of North Muskegon High
School, sincerely dedicate this edition of the Norseman
to Mrs. Maxine Andrews, English instructor and annual
Mrs. Andrews will be long remembered for the aid
and the beneficial instruction she has given us as our
annual staff advisor. During the three years she has
held this position, she has possessed the admirable
quality of unending patience. She has always been
willing to give her time and attention to help each one
of us with our problems, small or large. This same
patience and helpfulness have been displayed in her
English classes. As instructor of English in our school
since 1954, she has encouraged us to fulfill scholastic
requirements by her high standards in her classrooms.
We all thank you, Mrs. Andrews, for everything you
have given us through your patience and instruction.
As we seniors depart from North Muskegon High School,
we leave to you this dedication as a token of our
It is with mingled feelings of gratitude, admiration,
and respect that we dedicate the 1958 Norseman to
Mr. Ralph Strouf. Mr. Strouf was the band director at
North Muskegon High School for seven years. He left
us in 1957 to take over his duties as Director of Bands
at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado.
Mr. Strouf's work with the North Muskegon High
School band is worthy of the highest form of praise.
Through his initiative and guidance, he built our band
into one which received many first-class ratings. He
patiently worked with every individual, and in doing so,
gave each one self-confidence and the willingness to
work needed for a successful band. His wonderful sense
of humor and winning personality made him everyone's
We were all sorry to see him depart from North
Muskegon High School, but wish him success in his
new work. We hope that he will continue to inspire
students as he has done at North Muskegon High School.
We thank you, Mr. Strouf.
Dave DeBruyn, Nancy English,
Editor, and Kay Gruette.
University of Michigan
A.B., Hope College
A.B., Albion College
A.B., Olivet College
A.M., University of Michigan
A.B., University of Michigan
A.B., lllinois State College
B.A., University of Delaware
B.S. and M.A., University of Michigan
A.B., Northern Michigan
M.A., University of Michigan
A.B,, Western Michigan
A.M., University of Michigan
Economics and Government
Hansen, Sara Jane
A.B., Albion College
B.M., M.M., Chicago Muscial College
A.B. and A.M., University of Michigan
B.S., Northern Michigan College
B.S., University of Louisville
B.A. and M.A., Michigan State University
Guidance and Attendance Director
A.B., Michigan State University
B.S., Western Michigan University
B.A., Michigan State University
A.B., Michigan State University
B.S., Western Michigan College
A.B., University of Wisconsin
A.B., Western Michigan College
A.B., University of Redlands
A.B., University of Michigan
B.S,, Central Michigan College
A.M., University of Michigan
B,A., Hope College
A.B., University of Michigan
B.S., Wayne University
A.M., University of Michigan
B.S., Central Michigan College
Band and Choir
Mr. Vincent McGugan, Superintendent, and
Miss Louise Joldersma, Clerk.
Mr. Fred Brieve, Principal, and Miss Mary
Helen Hammerle, Secretary.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Seated: R. Neff, N. Fleishman, M. C. Bradbury, Jr., L. Joldersma, Clerk of Board of Education,
Standing: V. M. McGugan, Superintendent, W. Holmes.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Loder, Jone Jones, Editor, Sandy Cooper.
VIVIAN ANN AAMODT - Steak
and coffee are Viv's favorites . . .
playing her hi fi is a hobby . . .
future plans are uncertain.
KEITH CHARLES ANDERSON --
Happy senior from Slough, Eng-
land . . . spends his time con-
structing model aircraft . . . played
bass drum in band . . . plans to
train to be a draftsman.
MALCOLM THOMAS ANDERSON
- "Andy" . . . working on his car
rates high . . . lists history as fav-
orite . . . co-op . . . Junior College
JANE LINDSEY AUSTIN - Enioys
steak, "Autumn Leaves", football
. . . dislikes dumb people . . . Jane
will be seen next on M.S.U. cam-
pus . . . some field of home econ-
JEANENE GRACE BALDWIN -
"When I Fall In Love" is a favorite
of this cute soprano . . . Waterski-
ing also rates high . . . Jeanie plans
to go to Hope College . then an
elementary vocal teacher.
MAGALICE JANE AGNEW --
"Mag" loves to roller skate . . .
favorite food is chicken . . . plans
to pursue a nursing career at Ford
RONALD HENRY ANDERSON -
Women peeve Ron . . . likes sea-
food ancl""lt's Not For Me To Say"
. . . art, football, fishing are favor-
ites . . . next: the telephone com-
MARLYS ARMSTRONG - enjoys
eating ham . . . ice skating and
baseball are favorite sports . . .
hopes to become a beauty opera-
BETTY JEAN BAATZ - Bett's hob-
by: going to the show . . . macar-
oni and cheese and typing - fav-
orites . . . office work after grad-
MARILYN ANN BANK - An active
senior . . . "Mare" likes cookies and
keeping a scrapbook . . . peppy
. . . social work after Western Re-
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MARILYN SUE BARNARD - Likes
eating . . . and English . . . favorite
song - "Honeycomb" . . . Muske-
gon Junior College next with medi-
EVELYN LUCILLE BEDGOOD - A
vivacious strawberry blond . . .
"Bugs" . . . "Loving You" and
shrimp rate high . . . Secretarial
RICHARD MICHAEL BISSEN - AI-
ways friendly . . . all kinds of
food and hunting are Dick's de-
light . . . ambition: to go into ac-
counting after Michigan State
DEWAYNE PETER CARLSON -
"Duke" relishes hamburgs . . .
likes football, electronics, and
physics . . . dislikes homework . . .
next: Worshom College of Mort-
AL JEAN CHARLES - Roller skat-
ing and math interest Jean . . .
favorite song: "You Send Me" . . .
next is to study for a nursing ca-
ALFRED G. BEAUCHAMP - Al . .
enjoys art and baseball as well as
French fried onions . . . makes
classes fun . . . Texas Tech. and
work in the petroleum industry next
EDWARD MILTON BEEGLE - Likes
include hunting and art . . . Eddie
enjoys being on the gridiron more
than in the classroom . . . favorite
song - "That'II Be The Day".
Dave's one great interest is his
"48" Mercury . . . likes to h ea r
"Diana" . . . dressing up in a suit
GEORGE RALPH CARROLL - Ham-
burgs, coke, "Tammy", swimming
rate high . . . favorite subject -
mechanical drawing . . . for the
future - Chicago Tech. College,
BEVERLY JUNE CHARLES - Bev
loves to eat Southern fried
chicken . . . football and That Will
Be The Day" are her favorites
beauty college is next in sight.
JUDY DEAN CHILCOTE - Muske-
gon School of Business and office
work will be next to see "Jude"
. . . especially likes typing, and
scalloped potatoes . . . brothers
JUDY ANN CLARK - Collecting
tropical fish doesn't keep "Jude"
too busy to be on loads of commit-
tees . . . enioys shrimp, boating and
art . . . future uncertain.
NANCY JEAN CROUCH-"Knute"
loves to eat pizza and read mys-
tery stories . . . stubborn boys
peeve her . . . art and band are
special delights . . . art teaching
after Western Michigan University.
VERLA JEAN DELONG - likes to
watch and play baseball . . . dis-
likess people who crack gum but
loves ice cream . . . plans to be a
ROBERT WAYNE DUSENBERRY -
Bob doesn't like to see girls in long
socks . . . hunting deer and eating
deer steak are favorites . . . of
this football player . . . future un-
GEORGE WINFRED CLARK, lll
"Skip" loves to fish, play tennis
and eat steak and hamburgs . .
small fish peeve him . . . for the
future it's Hope College, then med:
LAURENCE DENNING CROSKEY -
Physics, football, and "Rockin
Shoes" rate high with Larry . . .
spare time spent collecting coins
. . . Junior College . . . mechanical
engineering in future.
HORACE A. DEANE, JR. - Hal . ..
interested in railroading . . . likes
economics and pizza . . . wants
to go into law or economics after
ROLF HANS KARL DREYER
Goodlooking Rolf hails from Osna-
brueck, Germany . . . boxing and
Thuringer Klosse with roast goose
rate high . . . hopes to be a char-
tered accountant after the Univer-
:ity in Hamburg.
NANCY G. ENGLlSH - Gertie . . .
wants to attend Ohio Wesleyan
. . . loves pizza . . . would like
to be a personnel worker . . . en-
joys watching football.
RUTH ANN ERICKSON - Enioys
growing flowers . . . doesn't like
being in a hurry . . . typing and
steak are Ruthie's special likes...
future is undecided.
JAN JOSEPH EVANS - Likes
algebra along with pheasant . . .
Jan's favorite song "Star Dust". ..
this redhead raises dogs, also en-
ioys watching football.
' Mar 's favorite song is "Swim ing
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R and baseball . . . collects cartoons
5' . . . wants to attend Central Mich-
FT' -t-r - 'gun College. RONALD KING FARMER - chem-
-'- , . .
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, .g f high . . . 6'5" Ron likes to hear
2 '55 Loving You" . . .plays basketball
if . . . plans to attend J. C. and
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MARJORIE LEIGH FECHNER - eat-
ing pizza and playing tennis keep
this laughing girl busy . . . "Just
Between You and Me" . . . Margie
hopes to be an elementary teacher
MYRON ALFRED FENNER - Hap-
py-go-lucky Mike is content putter-
ing with cars . . . enjoys drawing
and steak also . . . Michigan State
in the future.
LINDA LEE FOSTER -- Would like
to be a nurse . . . loves to eat pizza
and hear "Honeycomb" . . . good
bowler . . . future includes college
at the University of Denver. ELLEN ELIZABETH GARBER -
"El's" favorites include pizza, bas-
ketball, and "Silver Sands" . .
spends her summers, when not at
a special science school out East,
sailing . . . next is a study of
LARRY E. GRABINSKI - Larry's
ambition is to be a designer or go
into the restaurant business . . .
cars are his hobby while typing a
LAWRENCE ROY GUNN -- Stud-
ents who don't cheer at football
games are "Moose's" pet peeve
. . . since art is his favorite sub-
ject . . . commercial art will fol-
MARILU HEPWORTH - lt's J. C.,
Northwestern University then a
Teaching career for this gal . . .
loves to write letters . . . has loads
of pen-pals . . . good in the SeniorJOYCE MAUTHE HH-T M- This busy
PlaY Hour Townn' secretary of Student Council loves
steak, bowling, and "Summertime"
. . . cracking knuckles drive her
crazy . . . Miami University, then
KAREN ANN HOLMES - Football,
bowling, and "Bye Bye Love" are
favorites with Karen . . . one of
the lucky ones who went to Europe
. . . teaching small fry after Wes-
fern Michigan University- ELIZABETH ANN HowER - Run-
ner-up for Homecoming Queen,
pretty Betty's favorite subject is
English . . . work at the Drug . . .
dislikes people who argue . . .
future - nurses training.
SAMMIE HUGHES -- Holds high
jump record in track . . . Lee likes
to hunt and type . . . enjoys eat-
ing chicken . . . possibly a trade
school in the near future.
JERALDINE JOANNE HUNTING-
TON - likes to draw . . . class-
rooms made more attractive with
her pictures . . . ambition is to be
a teacher . . . after attending J. C.
and Western Michigan.
BERTA JANE JANDA -- Cla S S
dancer . . . also likes to sing . . .
Bert is an Elvis Presley hater . . .
enjoys broasted chicken . . . wants
to be a nurse in the future.
JOYCE KAREN JENSEN - Plays
clarinet . . . enthusiatic about
watching basketball games a n d
eating chicken . . . also enjoys list-
ening to "That'll Be The Day".
JUDITH ANN JOHNSON - Jude
. . . active senior . . . likes include
"Deep Purple" and football . . .
talking is definitely her hobby . . ,
Michigan State University with
merchandising is an ambition for THOMAS ERIC JO H N so N-
the fulure' Along with being President of
Student Council, Tom is a radio
ham . . . other interests include
physics and math . . . track . . .
future holds engineering.
JANE ELISABETH JONES - Chili
and history high raters . . . secre-
tary of the class . . . likes to work
with ceramics . . . always busy
. . . art teaching after the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
NANCY MARIE KARAFA - Nan
. . . collects matchbook covers . . .
typing and football high on list
of favorites . . . next -- secretarial
DAVID RAY KATZ - Dave's hobby
-cars . . . quiet and thoughtful
. . . likes chemistry . . . hopes to
become a builder in the future.
CAROL JUNE KIEFT - Bound for
Muskegon School of Business . . .
office work for this tiny senior . . .
enjoys eating pizza and watching
KAREN ANN KLECKA - Baton
twirler . . . likes "Honeycomb" . . .
also watching football . . . reliable
. . . special interest - shorthand
, . . headed for office work.
STEPHEN DOUGLAS KOCH -
Steve spends time in identifying
plants . . . being editor of annual
keeps him busy . . . sometimes
sleeps in class . . . next: Biological
research at Harvard.
FRANCIS C. LAUNSTEIN -- Fran's
favorites are strawberries . . . foot-
ball also rates high . . . hunting
takes up a lot of his spare time . . .
possibly M.S.U. in the future.
JACQULYN KAY KNOLL-Jack-
ie . . . enioys eating steak . . .
d:wesn't like "loud mouths" . . .
collects jewelry . . . has a terrible
time driving a car . . . secretarial
work in the future.
ROSS FREDERICK KREIGH - "Tig-
er" likes macaroni and baseball
. . . building model things interests
igan State for engineering.
JUDITH ANN LANGELAND -
Pizza and "Fascination" enthusiast
. . . hobby is playing in the band
. . . English favorite subiect in
school . . plans for the future in-
clude Western Michigan University
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JANET RUTH LEGARD - This gal's
favorite subject is English . . . loves
to roller skate . . . sisters are her
pet peeve . . . missionary work
FREDERIC' SPENCER LIVINGSTON
- Fred likes and is good at all
after Hackley School of Nursing.
sports . . . spends spare time hunt-
ing . . . "Just Between You and
Me" . . . spaghetti . . . Albion is
next for this handsome boy.,
WILLIAM EDWARD MAPLES -
"Don't Gamble With Love" is
Willy's favorite song . . . also enjoys
steak and girls . . . happy and
loads of fun . . . hopes to be an
RENATE MATTHIES-A smiling girl
from Stuttgart, Germany . . . ex-
change student . . . riding in the
car and taking pictures rate high
. . . also eating turkey and typing.
. . . laughing senior.
HARLEY SELDEN MARSH - This
clever magician enjoys eating fried .
clams . . . his motor scooter peeves
him . . . joker . . . football and
Speech rote high - - - Michigan wiLLiAM HUGH MCINTYRE, Jr. ---
Stcff UULVSVSLTY nexi- Bill loves homemade ice cream . . .
good in football . . . co-captain of
the team . . . enjoys hunting . . .
especially rats . . . president of the
class . . . Houghton Tech. and en-
gineering next in sight.
NORA ANN MCALLISTER -- Teach-
ing is Nora's ambition . . . this little
gal loves to eat steak . . .her favor-
ites are basketball and "Fascina-
tion" . . . always sweet and kind.
LINDA BROOKE MCNIFF-This gal
likes to have a good time . . .
"Mick" . . . also enjoys football,
Spanish, Pizza, and 'fDeep Purple"
. . . college next in sight for this
full of fun senior.
HARRY ALLEN MCKINLEY - "Mo"
. . . T-bone steak, "Honeycomb",
and bowling . . . dislikes girls to
smoke . . . mechanical drawing . . .
next- Chicago Technical College.
JOSEPH GEORGE MFERENDORF-
Joe especially likes football . . .
favorite subject - algebra . . .
"Honeycomb" rates high on the
top song list . . . nice guy . . .
Muskegon Junior College next.
JACK EUGENE MUSSELMAN, JR.
-All around athlete . . . "Jake"
especially enioys football and trap
shooting . . . also likes history . . .
. h. b..
law after college is is am :tion MARGARET ANN MOGREN-Loves
to travel . . . went to Europe . . .
Peggy . . . likes to eat steak . . .
football is a favorite . . . this happy
gal to be seen next on the Western
Michigan University campus.
ROBERTA NICHOLS-Collects lit-
tle dolls . . . likes homemaking . . .
quiet . can be found swimming
in her leisure hours . . . plans to go
into office work.
GORDON F. OBERG - Waterskis
during the summer . . . Goldie's
"Got A Lot of Lovin' To Do". . .
favors steak and chemistry . . .
hard working . . . future uncertain.
THERESE OETTE--Terri . . . "Rap-
sody in Blue" echoes . . . travels
. . . ice skating in the winter . . .
good piano player . . . Muskegon
School of Business and secretarial
RONALD WAYNE ORTQUlST-
likes bookkeeping best of all . . .
Ron enioys eating strawberry short-
cake . . . golf . . . accounting next
stop . . . likes to hear "Friendly
CHARLES JAMES OWENS - Main
interests include hunting and
speech . . . enioys eating steak and
potatoes . . . likes to listen to "Flo"
. . . track . . . Central Michigan
College and public relations com-
GARY RONALD PAYNE - Gary
likes to eat ham among other
things . . . prefers shop to his
other subiects in school . . . main
interest-guns . . . future uncertain.
MARY JO POPE - Enthusiastic
about sewing, Italian spagetti and
basketball . . . "Rainbow" . . . en-
joys English classes . . . ambition:
to be a nurse.
ELlNOR ELISABETH POPP-Photog-
rapher and traveler . . . exchange
student from HassfurtfMain, Ger-
many . . . dislikes getting up early
. . . enioys swimming and toast.
LARRY JAY POWELL-Engineering
after Air Force Academy . . . col-
lects Elvis Presley pictures . . . en
ioys eating ice cream and listening
to "Blue Tango" . . . always fun.
JUDITH ANN PROCTOR-Judy . . .
bowling enthusiast . . . likes to
draw and eat steak . . . coming up:
University of Michigan and then a
JAMES FREDERICK PYLE - "Boney
Maroney" is a favorite of Jim'
. . . football and basketball play-
er . . . good-looking . . . alway
ioking . . . Michigan State Univer-
sity: theh business.
classes . . . office work for the
JANET LOUISE REA - Jan's fav-
orites are ice cream and "Just Be-
tween You And Me" . . . cheerlead
er for 3 years . . . enioys steak . , .
treasurer of Student Council . . .
J. C. and Central Michigan Col
BARBARA RETERSTOFF - Prefers
basketball and chili . . . likes to lis-
ten to "Tammy" and write letters
. . . Barb plans to go to Muskegon
JANE S A N F O R D RICHARDS -
Moved here from Bay City this
year . . . painter and sailor . . .
"Lost In Lovliness" . . . good voice
enjoys English . . . Social Serv-
ice after Albion College.
DORIS ANN ROOSMALEN-Fish
and "Love Letters In The Sand"
rate high . . . favorite sports in-
clude baseball and roller skating
. . . also likes econ best of her
THOMAS KENT SANDWICK--Scal-
loped potatoes and art fall under
Tom's favorites . . . enioys listening
to "Whole Lot of Shaking Goin'
On" . . . also likes to roller skate.
MARIE ANTOINETTE RUSSO --
Toni's hobby is dancing, dislikes
getting up in the morning. . . nice
. . . favors football and history- - -
future includes becoming a hair
BONNIE ANN SCHAUB-Under
special likes-chicken and "Fasci-
nation" . . . also basketball . . .
enioys typing . . . quiet . . . busi-
ness is what the future holds.
WALTON CURTISS SETHER-head-
ed for Muskegon J.C .... spends
a lot of time "keeping gay" . . .
loves "Rebel" and steak . . . al-
ways something witty to say .
, SANDRA LOU SHAW - Makes
enloys speech class best.
those knitting needles fly . . . dis-
likes punctuation . . . ice skating in
the winter rates high with this rath-
er shy girl . . . ambition: to be a
JOSEPH EDWARD SIENKIEWICZ-
Drawing and hunting are among
hobbies . . . big . . . good looking
. . . football kept him busy . . . an
art school in the East will see him
next year then . . . commercial art.
ERNEST E. SIMONS-A pizza en-
thusiast . . . likes baseball and
shop . . . enioys having a good
time . . . Ernie . . . "Gone" . . .
plans for the future undecided.
JAMES STUART SMITH - Smitty's
hobbys include trout fishing and
hunting . . . also greatly enioys
water-sking and art. . . plans to be
a barber after Green's Barber Col-
lege- TOM RicHARD soonsu - Pam,
football, and physical education
are among this cute boy's favorites
. . . enjoys hearing "There's a Gold
Mine in the Sky" . . . modern weld-
ing coming up.
EVELYN SYLVIA MARY SOHASKY
-Evie . . . this gal loves to go to
parties . . . list of likes include hot
dogs, "That'll Be The Day", and
football . . . after graduation-
beauty college and hair stylist. THOBURN MH-AN STAMM JR-
annoyed by photographers . . .
Toby enioys golf and shrimp . . .
along with Beethoven's Third . . .
next: the University of Michigan
. . followed by engineering.
SHARON SUE STEEBY-"Stubert"
. . . loves to watch football and lis-
ten to "Honeycomb" . . . boys who
don't dance bother her . . . a
laughing gal . . . Michigan State
will claim her next year . . . after KATHRYN ANN TAYLQR - Cufe
that-merchandising. Ann likes to watch football and
basketball games . . . boys who
don't shave are a pet peeve , , ,
popular . . . English and speech
rate high . . . college next: speech
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records . . . "Don't Be Cruel" a
favorite . . . enjoys hunting and ice
cream . . . future plans are un-
Ceffclln' SUZANNE KAY THOMAS -- Suzi
. . . spends time "havin' f-in' . . .
enjoys history, pizza, aid swim-
ming . . . spent one summer in
Germany . . . exotic . . . Stevens
College and modeling next.
JANlCE CLARE VANDERLINDE -
Tops in this gals opinion are Chop
Suey and "That Reminds Me" . . .
as well as ice skating . . . Jan . . .
enjoys English . . . after J. C. will
be elementary school teaching.
NORMAN LEE VAN MAASTRICHT
--Collecting anything and every-
thing is Norm's hobby . . . a great
entertainer . . . talented . . . enjoys
watching football and eating chic-
JAMES RICHARD VAN ETTEN -
Dick . . . "Whole Lot Of Shakin'
Goin' On" and steak rate high . . .
archery is greatly,enjoyed by this
modern Robinwood . . . the future
holds no definite plans.
ken . . . Marine Corp after gradu' MARY LOU WACHTER 'T' HLOU'
Lou's" special interests center
around basketball and bowling . . .
flirty but fun . . . enjoys hearing
"That'll Be The Day" . . . pizza and
homemaking class rate high . . .
next: office work.
FRANKLIN D. WALTERS -- Corn-
munity College and landscape
architecture will follow graduation
. . . good actor in the Senior Play
. . . caused much laughing back
stage . . . soft ball and world his-
tory are favorite.
DAVID LEE VVEERSTRA-The art of
eating hamburgs particularly ap-
peals to Dave . . . good sense of
humor for a fellow whose favorite
subject is physics . . . coming up:
Junior College . . . engineering.
GERALD WEAVER-Jerry especial-
ly enjoys speech . . . hobbies in-
clude cars and hunting . . . likes
"Diana" and football . . . redhead
. . . future plans include the Pasa-
dena School of Art.
JANET ELAINE WEERSTRA - Next
on the agenda for this laughing
gal is Michigan State University,
then Dentistry . . . likes football,
basketball, and bowling . . . also
shrimp and speech class.
BEVERLY ANN WEICHNER - Bev
likes to listen to "Angry" and eat
chicken . . . quiet . . . bowling is a
favorite . . . after graduation-
LINDA LOUISE WElSSERT--Favo-
rite sports include bowling and
football . . . enioys history . . .
ELIZABETH STEPHANIE WELKOSKE
loves chicken . . . collects names on
her cast . . . from car accident . . .
Grand View next year . . . major-
ing in history.
--"Star Dust" and basketball are
high on Bonnie's list of favorites
. . . third year as class treasurer
. . . loves to eat Italian spagetti
. . . Michigan State next . . . teach-
LYDIA OLGA WENDLING - Lyd
. . . raises guppies . . . interests
center around band, shrimp and
"Tara's Theme" . . . as well as bas-
ketball . . . future for this cute gal:
University of Denver.
RONALD RICHARD WESELO--Pre-
fers steak and "Wake Up Little
Susie" . . . particularly liked Senior
Science . . . Ron . . . dislikes being
called by his last name. DOUGLAS C. WH-KE-Doug
enioys eating oysters and listen-
ing to "Star Dust" . . . people
who borrow pencils and paper
annoy him . . . Muskegon School
of Business and accounting next
CAROLYN YORK-Carol likes to
have fun and eat fattening foods
. . . favorite song is "Empty Arms"
. . . future is undecided at the
JAMES FAY ZAHRT-Zart's list of
pleasures include football . . . lis-
tening to "Honeycomb" . . . eat-
ing steak . . . next stop for this
swell guy: Ferris Institute and me-
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In drifted the girls wearing beautiful swishing gowns of sunny, spring colors and
lovely corsages of roses and other breath-taking blooms, all of which made a charming
rainbow around the debonair young men in sharp black and white tuxedos.
Thus started the 1957 Prom, Moments To Remember. It was a smashing success
thanks to the prom committee pictured above. Standing-Nancy Crouch, Jackie Knoll,
Nancy English, Judy Johnson, Joyce Hilt, Jerry Huntington, Linda Foster, Judy Clark,
and Lydia Wendling. Seated-co-chairmen, Linda Beck and Hal Deane.
The dinner, held at the Doo Drop Inn, and dancing, to the music of Frank Lock-
age's Orchestra at the Fruitport Pavilion, were enioyed by all. The Very Reverend J.
Donald Skinner of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Mr. Wayne Eikenberry, Superintendent
of Schools, Mr. Vincent McGugan, Principal of N.M.H.S., Ray Olson, President of the
Senior Class, Tom Johnson, President of the Junior Class, and Fred Livingston, Master of
Ceremonies were the speakers at the dinner. While at the dance the honored seniors
were entertained by Norman VanMaastricht and an enchanting quartet, consisting of
Joyce Hilt, Jeanie Baldwin, Ann Taylor, and Linda Beck.
Credit should be given to pre- and post-prom parties as they helped to make
"prom night" unforgetable.
Some pre-prom parties were held by Judy Clark and Lydia Wendling, and Buzz
Kersman and Albert Port where all enioyed excellent punch and delicious hors d' ouvres
plus a lively exchange of compliments and plans for the rest of the evening.
There was a shower of post-prom parties started by Ellen Garber's and the
combined party of Lee Witt and Tom Engle's right after the prom. Then the breakfasts
began. Mary Lee Foote's at 4:00 a.m., Ann Taylor's at 5:00 and, last but not least, Jim
Pyle's at 6:00 a.m.
These truly were "Moments To Remember."
The Senior Play, "Our Town", was given on December
3, 4, 1957 under the direction of Mrs. Josephine Noel, speech
teacher, and Jane Austin, student directors. The new high
school gymnasium was filled to capacity both nights with 300
avid fans present to cheer the amateur actors and actresses
on to glory.
The play, although very humorous in parts, was a drama
and a very difficult one for high school students to put on.
All did an excellent iob, so said the speech directors of both
Muskegon Senior and Muskegon Heights High Schools.
In the leading roles were Steve Koch as the Stage Man-
ager, Joyce Hilt as Emily, Tom Johnson portraying George,
Judy Johnson playing Joyce's mother, Mrs. Webb, and
Marilu Hepworth as Mrs. Gibbs, Tom's mother.
The supporting cast consisting of Hal Deane, George
Clark, Nancy English, Fred Livingston, Frank Walters, Larry
Croskey, Mike Fenner, Jack Musselman, Larry Powell, and
Sharon Steeby added to the over-all effect in their speaking
parts, and Jane Richards, Ann Taylor, Keith Anderson, Janet
Rea, Janet Weersra, Jeanie Baldwin, Suzi Thomas, Marilyn
Bank, Nancy Crouch, and Bonnie Welkoske as people of the
town helped to make the play the success it was.
Credit should also be given to the people behind the
scenes for the help they were. Peggy Mogren and Toby
Stamm as Assistant Stage Managers, Linda Foster, Marguer-
ite Eyestone, Jane Jones, Lydia Wendling, Jerry Huntington,
Terri Oette, Marlys Armstrong, Betty Hower, Judy Langeland,
Sandra Shaw, Carol York, Toni Russo, Marilyn Barnard, Eve-
lyn Sohasky, and Judy Clark.
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FIRST ROW: Jeanie Baldwin, Lynda Roberts, Tommy Clink, Joyce Hilt-Secretary, Bill Garber- W
Vice President, Janet Rea-Treasurer, Tom Johnson-President
SECOND ROW: Carol Gish, Ira Bank, Dick Wilson, Hal Deane, Bill Baker, Ricky Lange, Barbera
THlRD ROW: Sandy Reynolds, Sue Farris, Bonnie Parsons, Wendy Morris, Ann Taylor, Marilyn
Bank, Sue Schultze, Kay Richards
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FIRST ROW: Janet Rea-Secretary, Jeanie Baldwin-President, Karen Klecka, Jane Jones,
Marguerite Eyestone-Treasurer, Marilyn Bank
SECOND ROW: Mr. Halmond, Tom Johnson, Jacque Knoll, George Clark, Toby Stamm-Vice
President, Steve Koch, Hal Deane
THIRD ROW: Judy Johnson, Bonnie Welkoske, Joyce Hilt, Sharon Steeby, Ellen Garber, Jerry
Huntington, Bill Mclntyre
FALL INDUCTION CEREMONY
FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Ashley, Brenda Dake, Evelyn Gish, Jane Jones, Marilyn Bank, Jane
Austin-Reporter, Bonnie Parsons-Historian, Janet Rea-Treasurer, Judy Mitchelson-Secretary,
Sue Farris-Vice President, Mary Austin-President, Cynthia Ross, Penny Beach
SECOND ROW: Nancy Foote, Carol Gish, Georgia Boyd, Carol Legard, Jolyn Reed, Janice
Hansen, Bonnie Weigers, Ann Anderson, Mari Fenner, Connie Smith, Darlene Jones, Jeri
Vail, Jane Farris, Pat Harrington
THIRD ROW: Judy Erickson, Janet Sether, Dora Page, Laureen McNitt, Lydia Wendling, Sally
Baker, Nancy Mclntyre, Virginia Young, Barbara Loco, Elena Seuffert, Mary Jan, Joan
Windbacher, Jill Anderson, Janet Read, Sue Grimard
FOURTH ROW: Sandy Cooper, Alice Quartermaine, Karen Klecka, Judy Proctor, Karen Cronick,
Sally Derrickson, Wendy Morris, Ann Taylor, Jeanie Baldwin, Leanna Eikenberry, June Klinger,
Joyce Dusenberry, Sharon Steeby, Linda Foster, Linda Lindrup, Suzy Thomas
FIFTH ROW: Barbara Worth, Barbara Arntz, Katherine Neff, Kay Richards, Sue Schultze,
Charlene Johnson, Darlene Humphries, Judy Clark, Janice Proctor, Linda Gilroy, Bonnie Love,
Sue Cone, Maggie Agnew, Judy Johnson, Joyce Hilt, Barbara Munz
SIXTH ROW: Renate Matthies, Nancy Karafa, Barbara Berg, Carol Lindland, Diane Nelson, Katy
Kaliff, Jackie Cline, Terry Mills, Judy Mirkle, Nikki Cooper, Dolene Miesch, Jody Sandwick,
Faith Burcaw, Phyllis Hinkle, Sue Bennett
SEVENTH ROW: Vikke Casperson, Clara Mierendorf, Barbara Juell, Barbara Thomas, Leola
Bates, Jane Richards, Ellen Garber, Judy Langeland, Janet Sienkiewicz, Janice Vanderlinde,
Jane Marquard, Mary Loder, Cynthia Marquard, Judy Toy, Sheryl Banninga
EIGHTH ROW: Darlene Thiele, Judy Sexton, Lucy Chambers, Bonnie Hansen, Pat LaGrande,
Donna Hughes, Eloise Olding, Nancy Girdler, Elinor Popp, Peggy Mogren, Terri Oette,
Sharon Ray, Judy Nickett
NINTH ROW: Nancy Crouch, Margie Fechner, Linda McNitt, Mary Jo Pope, Jacque Knoll,
FIRST ROW: Jeri Vail, Cynthia Ross, Janice Hanson, Judy Mitchelson-Executive Board, Sue
Schulze-Executive Board, Evelyn Gish-Secretary, Wendy Morris-Vice President, Sandy
Cooper-Treasurer, Lucy Chambers-President, Jane Marquard-Executive Board, Penny Beach,
SECOND ROW: Jane Farris, Kerrill King, Nancy Mclntyre, Mari Fenner, Marianne VanEtten, Ann
Anderson, Nancy Foote, Carol Gish, Linda Brooks, Vickie Harris, Linda Roberts, Sue Carr,
Cheryl Schuster, Barbara Cooper, Karen Magnuson
THIRD ROW: Pat Prins, Helen Jan, Nancy Brown, Jeanie Baldwin, Janet Rea, Ann Taylor, Janet
Read, Karen Cronick, Leanna Eikenberry, Mary Jan, Elena Seuffert, Sharon Steeby, Kay
Richards, Barbara Loko, Alyce Hovey
FOURTH ROW: Darlene Humphries, Charlene Buck, Kathy Karry, Sandra Rosenburg, Janice
Proctor, Bonnie Parsons, June Klinger, Judy Hopper, Janice VanderLinde, Mary Lou Wachter,
Judy Proctor, Darlene Jones, Connie Smith, Mary Cousineau, Betty Loder, Louanne Cooper
FIFTH ROW: Diane Nelson, Carol Lindland, Jill Anderson, Pat Koehler, Faith Burcaw, Linda
Vegter, Barbara Thomas, Barbara Juell, Mary Loder, Judy Mirkle, Barbara Munz, Barbara'
Koch, Jane Richards, Judy Sanford, Mary Jo Pope
SIXTH ROW: Judy Johnson, Linda Beck, Margie Fechner, Ellen Garber, Sue Bennett, Nickie
Cooper, Judy Toy, Eloise Olding, Nancy Girdler, Donna Hughes, Pat LaGrande, Bonnie
Hansen, Peggy Mogren, Linda McNil'T, Darlene Theile, Judy Sexton, Judy Nickett
First row: Katy Califf-Sargeant at Arms, Punky Malsburg-Executive Board, Marguerite Eye-
stone-President, Judy Sexton-Vice President, Terri Oette-Secretary, Jane Marquard-Treas
urer, Eloise Olding, Janice Proctor.
Second row: Jane Farris, Sue Bennett, Marilu Hepworth, Verla Deiong, Judy CIark, Linda Foster,
Judy Proctor, Joyce Kenney, Judy Kennedy.
Third row: Judy Toy, Darlene Jones, Jeri Vail, Jackie Ciine, Penny Beach, Connie Smith, Vikki
Casperson, Barbara Koch, Cynthia Marquard, Nancy Foote.
Fourth row: Sue Farris, Sue Schultz, Judy Mitchelson, Virginia Young, Lucy Chambers, Carol Lind-
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FIRST ROW: Dale Swanson, Roger Sipman, Bill Garber, Frank Moron, Bill Ginman, Al Beauchamp
SECOND ROW: Mr. Morris, Fran Launstein, Dick Neff, Larry Powell, Tom Cousineau, Joe Mier-
THIRD ROW: Jim Sibson, Tom Johnson, Dick Wilson, Joe Sienkiewicz, Dave Taylor, Fred Liv-
ingston, Jack Musselman
This year the Varsily Club had many proiecis, one of which was the selling of license plaques
as pictured above. Discussing this proiect are The club's officers: Larry Powell-Treasurer, Fran
Launsfein-President, Jim Pyle-Secretary, and Bill Ginman-Vice President.
NORSE STAR STAFF
FIRST ROW: Sally Derrickson, Lydia Wendling, Mary Jan, Jane Farris, Mari Fenner, Nora Mc-
SECOND ROW: Rosemary Gerhardt, Sharon Steeby, Linda McNiff, Jane Jones, Berta Jando,
Mrs. Andrews, Marilyn Bank, Jane Austin, Judy Clark, Janet Rea, Ann Taylor.
THIRD ROW: Karen Klecka, Jody Sandwick, Nancy Crouch, Jerry Weaver, Mary .lo Pope, Peggy
Mogren, Jacque Knoll, Paul Hesselink, Judy Kennedy, Barbara Juell, Nancy Karafa, Jan Evans
FOURTH ROW: Mary Austin, Jane Richards, Jackie Cline, Carol Lindland, Kathy Neff, Jerry
Huntington, Maggie Agnew, Ellen Garber, Nancy Girdler, Mary Loder, Vikke Casperson, Dar-
lene Thiele, Bruce Dybas.
ASSEMBLERS 8g RUN OFF
EDITOR IN CHIEF
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rms: Kuvv: John Lzrlmm, Kathy Kerry-Club Reporter, Mike VanderWier-Vice President, Char
Iene Buck-President, Paula Walter-Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Jo Pope, Kathy McLaughlin
SECOND ROW: Barbara Koch, Virginia Young, Barbara Cribbs, Brenda Groner, Lois Nash
Betty Loder, Shirley Smith, Diane Nelson, Mrs. Boutin
FIRST ROW: Barbara Juell, Clara Mierendort, Janet Schuiteman, Linda Weissert-President, Joyce
Jensen, Nancy Barlow
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Kiolhede, Mary Ellen Anderson, Gloria Culp, Rita Berg, Brenda Groner,
FIRST ROW: John Grimm, Arthur Tuttle-President, Dave Fleckenstein-Vice President, Karen Cro-
nick-Secretary, Jill Anderson-Treasurer, Sally Derrickson.
SECOND ROW: Fred Wilks, Dave DeBruyn, Dave Harpold, Jim Mason, Keith Anderson, Jim
THIRD ROW: Kerrill King, Nancy Mclntyre, Sally Baker, Wendy Morris, Janet Read, Vikke Cas-
person, Sandy Cooper.
FUTURE TEACHERS' CLUB
FIRST ROW: Brenda Dcnke, Pat Harrington, Judy Johnson-Treasurer, Joyce Hilt-President, Karen
Cronick-Vice-President, Jane Jones-Secretary, Cynthia Ross, Mari Fenner
SECOND ROW: Margie Fechner, Kathy Neff, Barbara Worth, Sue Bennett,.Faith Burcaw, Sheryl
Banninga, Judy Langeland, Karen Holmes
THIRD ROW: Lydia Wendling, Janet Rea, Judy Proctor, Linda Linthrop, Marilu Hepworth, Sharon
Steeby, Ann Taylor, Sandy Cooper, Mary Austin, Pat Koehler
FUTURE NURSES' CLUB
FIRST ROW: Judy Kennedy-Treasurer, Berta Janda-Secretary, Donna Hughes-Vice President,
SECOND ROW: Barbara Cribbs, Judy Proctor, Sharon Ray, Maggie Agnew, AlJean Charles
FIRST ROW: Jim Read, Jack Taylor, Jerry Miel, Tom McKinley, Dan Marquard-Secretary, Darrel
Otto, Randy Markham-Vice President
SECOND ROW: Mr. Frantz, Fred Thomas, Fred Wilks, Dave DeBruyn-President, Phil Stevens-
Treasurer, Jeff Bernd
FUTURE ACCOUTANTS' CLUB
FIRST ROW: Barbara Juell, Clara Mierendorf, Janet Schuiteman, Linda Weissert-President, Joyce
Jensen, Nancy Barlow
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Kiolhede, Mary Ellen Anderson, Gloria Culp, Rita Berg, Brenda Groner,
FIRST ROW: Judy Erickson, Lynda Roberts, Judy Proctor-Treasurer, Linda Foster-Secretary, Judy
Clark-President, Penny Beach, Pat Prins, Lydia Wendling
SECOND ROW: Elena Seuffert, Sally Knudson, Joyce Kersting, Leola Bates, David Crouch,
Nancy Girdler, Tom Beecham, Judy Toy, Linda McNift, Harry Weissert
THIRD ROW: Jeanie Baldwin, Janice Proctor, Marguerite Eyestone, Marilu Wachter, Verla De-
Long, Janet Weerstra, Linda Weissert, Terri Mills, Carol York
FIRST ROW: Carol Ann Asmason, Lynn Walters, Judy Erickson, John Fort, Paula Jacobi, Juoy
Griffith, Bill Hill, David Bedau, Larry Brown
SECOND ROW: Bill Brenner, Craig Cunningham, Don Weiner, Sandy Rosenberg-Secretary,
Joyce Hudson, Betty Powell, Helen Jan-President, Vicki Mason, Betty Loder, Dennis Wegner, Mr.
THIRD ROW: Sharon Mooney, Charles Yonker-Treasurer, Sandy Reynolds, David Rude, Olaf
Ritz, Bill Young-Vice President, Ken Koch, Paul Walker, Clayton Bitzer
FIRST ROW: Charlene Buck-Secretary, Dolene Miesch, Jody Sandwick, Donna Hughes-President,
Nancy Brown-Vice President, Lorraine Hariu-Treasurer, Mary Ellen Anderson, Barbara Juell
SECOND ROW: Judy Kennedy, Judy Proctor, Joyce Dusenberry, Karen Skofic, Joan Windbocker,
Roberta Nodes, Linda DeMarr, Linda Woodhouse, Barbara Thomas, Winona Parrish, Mrs. Johnson
THIRD ROW: Joyce Kenney, Kathy Kieft, Barbara Cribbs, Diane Kruger, Janet Sether, Ann An-
derson, Venita Strait, Janice Budnik, Gloria Culp.
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
rms: Kuw: Ruth trlckson, Jean Gifford, Carol Legard, Bob Marquard-Vice President, Sandy
Shaw-Secretary, Carol Kieft-Treasurer, Janet Legard-President, Jim Austin, Shirley Slate, Judy
SECOND ROW: Beverly Charles, AlJean Charles, Maggie Agnew, Paul Hesselink, Charlie Owens,
Doris Roosmalen, Bonnie Hansen, Mary Jo Pope, Faith Burcaw, Bob Baker, Don Marquard, Mrs.
THIRD ROW: Sharon Mooney, Nancy Brown, Sally Baker, Nevada Wcod, Janet Cooper, Gail
Linau, Jerry Micl, Roberta Nichols, Beverly Weichner, Pat LaGrande
FIRST ROW: Sandy Thomas, Dave Fleckenstein-Vice President, Jim Mason-President
SECOND ROW: Paul Larson, Fred Wilks, Jack Taylor, Mr. VanHoesen
Jim Mason, editor, Dave Fleckensfein.
ANNUAL ART STAFF
Grace Kvarnbergg Joyce Hilf, editor.
ANNUAL COPY STAFF
June Mcrquordg Judy Langelond, editor.
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First Row--Lorraine Hariu, Nicky Hunt, Toni Smith, Joyce Kenney, Paul Larson, Barbra Criblss,
Roberta Rhodes, Judy Ridout.
Second Row-Karen Near, Marlea Guberg, Darlene Racy, Jane Richards, Jeanie Baldwin, Ann
Taylor, Norm Van Maastrict, Betty Blink, Winona Parrish, Judy Kmudson.
Third Row-Ernistine Coleman, Valerie Silvis, Karen Cronik, Pete Larson, Fred Ward, Roy Bullock,
Darlene Corriden, Clara Mierendorf, Sherry Cook, Joyce Bunting.
FOURTH ROW-Jackie Fellows, Carolyn Middlecamp, Faith Burcaw, Pat Kohler, Serta Jando,
Jerry Van Ortwick, Mike Vanderwier, Pat Vanderstelt, Carolyn York, Mary Jo Pope,
L10 R, Penny Beach, Carmen Anderson, Karen Klecko, Darlene Joneg Sandy Cooper, Borboro Thomas, Dove Fleckenstein
Dave Fleckenstein, Drummcior M Wk X h Direcm'
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Mary Lou Ashley
Ma ry Sa rka
Charles La ngeland
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Second row: Karen Kleckcx, co-editor: Marv Austin
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Top row, from left to right: Bill Mclntyre, Terry Grimard, Al Beauchamp.
Second row, from left to right: Dick Bissen, Chuck Coverly, Jack Musselman, Ken Karafa, John
Armistead, Tom Cousineau.
Third row, from left to right: Fran Launstein, Joe Mierendorf, Jim Pyle, Norm Rebedew, Jim
Sibson, Eddie Beegle.
Fourth row, from left to right: Coach Bunks, Bill Garber, Jerry Johnson, Joe Sienkiewicz, Fred
Livingston, Dick NeFF, Dave Taylor, Coach Lectka.
Fifth row, from left to right: Bob Marquard, Frank Moran, Bill Ginman, Roger Sipman, Bob
Dusenberry, Dale Swanson.
Top row, from left to right: Coach Jansen, Dennis Burmeister, Steve Clink, Fred Damm, Bill Bissen,
Terry Hanes, Leonard Ward, Gary Moore, Bill Schackelford, Chuck Cronick, Ted Brown,
Second row, from left to right: Rick Harris, Ross Kreigh, Bob Cihak, Fred Brown, Dick Overkamp,
Kent Belote, Bob Porter, Melvin Porter.
Not shown: Jeff Armistead, Bill Busker, Paul Curtis, Steve Johnson, James Koehler, Stan
Janusiewicz, Jeff Olds, Sam Zaagman.
The annual football banquet, sponsored by the North Shore Community Club was held on De-
cember 'l0, 'l957, in the gym, honoring this year's varsity and reserve football teams.
Hitting the dummy Getting in shape.
This season's varsity football squad won three
conference games and lost two. Dave Taylor,
guard, and Jerry Johnson, quarterback, were
named on the West Michigan All-Conference
Team. There were thirteen seniors, eleven iuniors
two sophomores, and two freshmen on this
season's squad. Those graduating care: co-
captains Fred Livingston and Bill Mclntyre, Fran
Launstein, Al Beauchamp, Dick Bisson, Joe Mierendorf
Jim Pyle, Jim Sibson, Eddie Beegle, Joe
Sienkiewicz, and Bob Dusenberry. The team will
miss the services of these boys who contributed
greatly to the strength and morale of the team.
Dale Swanson one of our speedy hC1lfbCICkS, Qfllned ten YUVUS on TNS PNY'
left to right: June? R601 Sue Schulze, JUdY Sexton, Lucy Chambers, Linda Beck, Kerrill King
This year's cheerleaders had a very active season.
ln order to purchase new uniforms and megaphones,
they sponsored two after-game dances. The lively
pep assemblies, which improved our school spirit
tremendously, were a direct result of their efforts.
The girls on this year's squad were: for the first team,
Janet Rea, captain, Sue Schulze, Kerrill King, Lucy
Chambers, Judy Sexton, and Linda Beck, for the second
feUmfJudy Mitchelson, captain, Wendy Morris, Jane
Farris, and Nancy Foote, Linda Beck participated only
part of the season because she moved to East Detroit.
Miss Clara Zelenka sponsors the cheerleaders.
Our cheerleaders in action
Left to right: Nancy Foote, Judy Mitchelson, Wendy Morris, Jane Farris.
Back row left to right: Larry Powell, Tom Cousineau, Sam Hughes, Toby Stamm, Bill Johnson,
Jerry Johnson, Coach Morris.
Front row left to right: Ron Farmer, Jim Pyle, Jack Musselman, Fred Livingston, captain, Jim
Fred Livingston and Coach Morris
Back Row left to right: Doug Sweet, Dave Sevey, Bill Shackleford, Maurice Carroll, John
Grimm, Melvin Porter, Paul Curtis, Coach Bunks.
Second row left to right: Lyle Moran, Ron Beegle, Charles Cronick, Bill Bissen, Terry Grimard,
Jeff Olds, Stan Janusieuicz.
Front row left to right: lra Bank, Mike Saunders, Dick Wilson, Doug Nelson, Dennis Hunter.
UTTER CONFUSION Q7 TWO pOlNT5
Top row, from left to right: Frank Schuler, George Clark, Jack Musselmcm, Jim Mason, Bob
Second row, from left to right: Ira Bank, Jim Read, Dave Claflin.
Top row, from left to right: Mr. Halmond, coach, Toby Stamm, Fred Livingston, Fred Damm
Steve Koch, Hal Deane.
Second row, from left to right: Bill Ginman, Roger Sipmann, Jim Moyes, Larry Croskey.
Top row, from left to right: Coach Lectka, Norm Rebedew, Joe Sienkiewicz, Ron Farmer, Jlm
Pyle, Al Beauchamp, Bill Garber, Dale Swanson.
Second row, from left to right: Jack Taylor, Paul Baskwell and Roger Schaffer, managers.
5 Norse 2
'IO Norse 5
4 Norse 6
'I Norse 8
10 Norse 8
Grand Haven 9
Top row, from left to right: John Walker, Tom Johnson, Sam Hughes, Tom Cousineau, Dave
Harpold, Dick Overkamp, Dick Wilson, Coach Bunks.
Second row, from left to right: Charlie Owens, Fred Ward, Lee Berry, Bill Mclntyre, Frank Moran
Randy Markham, Keith Allen.
Ludington 59M Norse
Shelby 5826 Norse
Muskegon 61 Norse
St. Joseph 32W Norse
Left to Righi: Deda Young, Jeanie Baldwin, Editor, Sally Derrickson
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JUNIOR FLOAT-FIRST PLACE
EIGHTH GRADE FLOAT
SEVENTH GRADE FLOAT
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Betty Hower, twelfth grade
Jane Farris, tenth grade Cami Gish' ni
Queen Sharon Legcxrd, elevEnth grade
GUR NEW GYM
Everyone is proud of our beautiful new gym, and we have all enioyed our dances and
assemblies . . .
"Fascination," sponsored by the seniors, had the honor of being the first class dance held
in our new gym.
All of us enioyed the pep assemblies this year and displayed our feelings by showing good
sportsmanship and school spirit.
From left to right . . . Janet Rea is modeling a head-hugger, while Hal Dean is sporting an
Ivy League cap. Lydia Wendling and George Clork show off the bulky knit sweater look. Judy
Johnson and Linda McNiff look stylish in bright knee socks, while Sharon Steeby and Al Beau-
champ display the tennis shoe and the Snap Jack.
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VIVIAN AAMODT-Silk Screening-I, Norse Star Stott-I,
MAGALICE AGNEW-Future Nurses-I, 2, 3, 4, Homemaking
Club-I, Skit Club-2, Y-Teens-3, 4, Y.F.C.-3, 4, Norse Star Staff
MARLYS ARMSTRONG-Dramatics Club-I, Homemaking Club-
I, Bowling-2, Norse Star Stat?-3, Y-Teens-4,
JANE AUSTIN-Bond-i, 2, 3, 4, Band Follies-I, 2, 3, 4, Y-teens
-I, 2, 3, 4-Reporter-4, Future Teachers-2, Norse Star Staff-I, 2,
3, 4-Art Editor-4, Pep band-3, 4, Exchange Assembly-2, 4,
Senior Play-4-Student Director.
BETTY BAATZ-Dramatic Club-I, Homemaking Club-'I.
JEANIE BALDWIN-Class treasurer-I, Student Council-3, 4,
Honor Society-3, 4-President-4, Pep Club-3, 4-Secretary-3, High
C-I, Norse Star Staff-2, 4, Choir-I, 3, 4, Skit Club-2, Bowling-
3, 4, Annual Stall-3, 4-Feature Editor-4, Y-Teens-2, 3, 4-His-
torian-3, Inner-school Student Council-3, 4, Senior Play-4,
G.A.A.-4, Band Follies-4.
MARILYN BANK-National Honor Society-3, 4,- Chronicle
School Page Editor-3, 4, Norse StarStaFf'I, 2, 3, 4-managing
editor-2, assistant editor-3, editor-4, Annual Staff-3, Student
Council-3, 4, Y-teens-'l, 2, 3, 4-treasurer 2, Executive Board-3,
Pep Club-I, 3-treasurer-I, Executive Board-3, Bowling-'I, 2, 3,
G.A.A.-2, Future Teachers-2, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Spanish
Award-2, Senior Play-4, Band Follies-4.
MARILYN BARNARD-G.A.A.-I, GirI's Ensemble-2, Senior Play-
AL BEAUCHAMP-Baseball-2, 3, 4, Varsity Club-2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball-4, Senior Play-4.
EVELYN BEDGOOD-Pep Club-I, Archery Club-I, Future Ac-
EDDIE BEEGLE-Football-'I, 2, 3, 4, Rod and Reel Club-I, Var-
DICK BISSEN-Science Club-1, Football-I, 4, Juvenile Jury
Clerk-3, 4, Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band-4, Pep Band-2, 3, 4.
DEWAYNE CARLSON-Movie Crew-2, 3, Band-I, 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE CARROLL-Student Council-I, Track-I, 2, Choir-I, 2.
BEVERLY CHARLES-Future Accountants-2.
JUDY CHILCOTE-Hi-C Club-I, Y.F.C.-4.
GEORGE CLARK--Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band-2, 3, Pen Band-
I, 4, Biology Club-I, Basketball-2, Tennis-4, Honor Society-4,
LARRY CROSKEY- Basketball-I, Science Club-I, Chess Club-2,
Choir-2, 3, Golf-2, 3, Juvenile Jury-4, Senior Play-4.
NANCY CROUCH-Y-teens-I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling-'I, 2, 3, 4, Band-
I, 2, 3, 4, Art Club-I, Band Follies-2, 4, Chess Club-2, Norse
Star Stott-3, 4, Senior Play -4.
HAL DEANE-Basketball-'I, Science Club-'l, Chess Club-2, Golf
'I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-Asst. Business Vlanager-3, Business
Manager-4, Student Council-4, Vice-President of the class-4.
VERLA DELONG-G.A.A.-I, 4, Y.F.C.-4.
BOB DUSENBERRY-Movie Crew-2, Basketball-I, 2, Football-
2, 3, 4, Juvenile Jury-3, 4.
NANCY ENGLISH-Norse Star Staff-'I, 2, 3, 4-Features Editor-
3, Special Events Editor-4, Pep Club-I, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Chron-
icle Writer-3, Y-teens-I, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers-2, Annual
Statf-3, 4-Editor of Faculty 8. Dedication-4, Senior Play-4.
RUTH ERICKSON-Hi-C Club-'I, Y.F.C.-4, Future Accountants-3.
JAN EVANS-Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Norse Star-3, 4, Football-I,
Track-I, 2, Gun Club-I, 2, Class Executive Board-4.
MARGUERITE EYESTONE-Pep Club-l, Skit Club-2, GirI's Ath-
letic Award-I, G.A.A.-2-Sports manager, Bowling-3, 4, Honor
Society-4-treasurer, Senior Play-4.
RON FARMER-Baseball-2, 3, 4, Basketball-2, 3, 4, Varsity
Club-4, Archery Club-I.
MARGIE FECHNER-Y-teens-I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club-I, 3, 4, Norse
Star Staff-3, 4, Future Teachers Club-3, 4, G.A.A.-I, 2, 4, Bowl-
ing-3, 4, Skit Club-I, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Senior Play-4, Band
Follies-4, Exchange Assembly-4.
MIKE FENNER-Football-I, Basketball-1, Senior Play-4.
LINDA FOSTER-Pep Club-I, 2, Bowling-I, 2, 3, 4-Secretary-2,
3, Band-I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.-I, 4, Dance Band-2, Annual Statl-
3, 4, Y-teens-4.
ELLEN GARBER--Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Bond-2, 3, 45 SClenCe
Club-I, Chess Club-2, Y-teens-I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.-2, 4-Board
member-2, Pep Club-3, 4-Executive Board-3, Honor Society-4.
LARRY GRABINSKI-Movie Crew-I, 2.
LARRY GUNN-Bend-1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band-2, 3, 4, Aff
MARILU HEPWORTH--Silk screening-I, Band-'I, 2, 3, G.A.A.-
2, Dramatics Club-President-2, Juvenile Jury-4, Band Follies-4,
Senior Play-4, Future Teachers-4.
JOYCE HILT-Band-I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.-I, 2, 4-Vice President-2,
Y-teens-'I, 2, 3, 4-Secretary-3: Bowling-I, 2, 3, 4-President-2, 3:
Pep Club-I, 3-Vice President-3, Future Teachers-2, 3, 4-President
-3, 4, Honor Society-3, 4, Annual Staft-3, 4-Art Editor-4, Pep
BQ,-,d.'l, 2, 3, 4, Norse Star Stott-I, 2, 3, 4-Business Editor-3,
Exchange Assembly-2, 4, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Senior Play-4, Band
Follies-2, 4, Chronicle Staff-3, Class Executive Board-4, State
Future Teachers Secretary-2, 3, 4, Student Council Secretary-4.
HOLMES, KAREN-Pep Club-I, Future Teachers Club-2,
4, Y-teens-2, 4, Bowling 2.
HOWER, BETTY-Pep Club-'I, Y-teens-l, 4, Norse Star
HUGHES, SAMMIE-Track-2, 3, 4, Basketball-4.
HUNTINGTON, JERRY-Library Club-3, Student Librar-
ian-3, Norse Star Staff-3, 4, Juvenile Jury-4, Honor So-
ciety-4, Senior Play-4.
JANDA, BERTA-Future Nurses Club-'l, 4-Secretary-4,
Choir-l, 2, Homemaking Club-l, Exchange Assembly-3,
Band Follies-3, 4, Norse Star Staff-3, 4-Features Editor-4,
Juvenile Jury-4, Y-teens-4, G. A. A.-4, Senior Play-4.
JENSEN, JOYCE-Band-I, 2, 3, 4: Recreation Club-I: G-
A. A.-I, 2, Future Accountants Club-2, 3, 4, Commercial
JOHNSON, JUDY-Band-'I, 2, 3, Pep Band-'I, 2, Y-teens-
I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.-I, 2, 3-Treasurer-2, Future Teachers
Club-2, 3, 4-Treasurer-3, 4, Band Follies-2, 4, Pep Club-'I,
3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4-Sales Statf Editor-4, Norse Star-3,
4, Exchange Assembly-2, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Honor So-
ciety-4, Senior Play-4.
JOHNSON, TOM-Track-l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council-I, 2,
3, 4-Vice-President-3, President-4, Class President-2, 3,
Band-'l, 2, 3, 4, Interschool Student Council-3, 4, Honor
Society-3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4, Senior Play-4.
JONES, JANE-Art Club-I, Y-teens-I, 2, 3, 4-Secretary-
2, G. A. A.-2-Secretary, Future Teachers Club-2, 3, 4-
Secretary-3, 4, Annual Statf-2, 3, 4-Classes Editor-3, Sen-
ior Editor-4, Norse Star Staff-3, 4-News Editor-3, Classes
Editor-4, Class Secretary-3, 4, Honor Society-4, Senior
KARAFA, NANCY-Norse Star Staff-3, Y-teens-4.
KIEFT, CAROL-Hi-C Club-I, Future Accountants-2- His-
torian, Y. F. C. Club-3, 4-Treasurer-4.
KLECKA, KAREN-Variety Club-I, Annual Staff-3, 4-
Sports Editor-4, Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band-4, Maiorette-
2, 3, 4, Future Accountants-2-President, Norse Star Stott-
4, Y-teens-4, G. A. A.-I, 4, Pep Club-2, Band Follies-3,
Exchange Assembly-3, Commercial Club-4, Honor Society-
KNOLL, JACKIE-Future Accountants Club-2, Y-teens-3,
4, Bowling-3, Norse Star Staff-2, 4, Annual Stott-3, 4-
Editor of Classes, Executive Board ot Class-4, Honor So-
KOCH, STEVE-Golf-'I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club-I, Chess
Club-2, Student Council-3, Honor Society-3, 4, Basketball-
I, Annual-3, 4-Assistant Editor-3, Editor in-Chief-4, Senior
LANGELAND, JUDY-Pep Club-l, Future Teachers-3, 4,
Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Y-teens-3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4-Copy Edi-
tor-4, Future Accountants-2, Senior Play-4.
LAUNSTEIN, FRAN-Football-l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club-2,
3, 4, Basketball-2, Senior Play-4.
LEGARD, JANET-Choir-T, Future Nurses Club-l, Hi-C-l,
Y. F. C.-4.
LIVINGSTON, FRED-Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4- Captain-4,
Football-l, 2, 3, 4-Co-Captain-4, Golf-2, 3, 4, Varsity
Club-2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4, Archery Club-l, 2, Senior
MAPLES, BILL-Art Club-'l, Rod and Reel Club-2, Class
Executive Board-3, 4.
MARSH, HARLEY-Chess Club-2, Band Follies-2, 3, Ex-
MCALLISTER, NORA-Y-teens-l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.-l, 2,
Pep Club-'l, Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Class Executive Board-3,
MCINTYRE, BILL-Class President-l, 4, Class Vice-Presi-
dent-2, 3, Football-l, 2, 3, 4-Co-Captain-4, Track-l, 2, 3,
4 ,Varsity Club-2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4, Student Coun-
cil-i, 2, Exchange Club-3, Honor Society-4, Senior Play-4.
MCKINLEY, HARRY-Football-l, Art Club-2, Norse Star
Staff-3, Band-3, 4, Bowling-2, 3.
MCNIFF, LINDA-Y-teens-1, 2, 3, 4, Pep club-1, 3, 4,
Norse Star Staff-2, 3, 4-Business Editor-4, Annual Staff-
4, G. A. A.-2, 4, Skit Club-2, Bowling-3, 4.
MIERENDORF, JOE-Football-'I, 2, 4, Track-l, Baseball-
2, 4, Varsity Club-4.
MOGREN, PEGGY-Art Club-l, G. A. A.-2, 4, Norse
Star Staff-2, 3, 4, Y-teens-4, Future Nurses-l, 2, Pep Club-
3, 4, Bowling-l, 2, 3, Senior Play-4.
MUSSELMAN, JACK-Football-l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-l, 2,
3, 4, Tennis-2, 3, 4, Track-'l, Varsity Club 3, 4, Science
Club-'l, Chess Club-2, Senior Play-4.
NICHOLS, ROBERTA-Future Accountants Club-2.
OETTE, TERRl-Art Club-'l, Bowling-l, Class Secretary-2,
Chess Club-2, G. A. A.-2, Y-teens-3, Senior Play-4.
ORTQUIST, RON-Basketball-i, Hi-C-'l, Choir-l, 2, 3,
Track-2, Y. F. C.-3.
OWENS, CHARLIE--Band-'l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Bond-2, Chess
Club-2, Track T, 2, 3, 4.
PAYNE, GARY-Rod and Gun Club-l.
POPE, MARJ JO-Y-teens-4, Pep Club-4, Future Nurses
Club-4, Choir-3, 4, Student Librarian-4, Norse Star-4, .lu-
POWELL, LARRY-Basketball-2, 3, 4, Baseball-2, Football-
l, 2, Science Club-'l, Chess Club-2, Annual Staff-3, Senior
YLE, JlM-Football-'l, 4, Basketball-'l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball-
, 4, Student Council-2, Vice-President of Class-'l, Varsity
EA, JANET-G. A. A.-l, 2, Norse Star Staff-3, 4-Sports
ditor-4, Band-1, 2, 3, Band Follies-1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerlead-
ng-'l, 2, 3, 4-Captain-4, Pep Club-'l, 3, 4, Exchange As-
embly-l, 2, Skit Club-2, Y-teens-'l, 2, 3, 4-Treasurer-4,
tudent Council Treasurer-3, 4, Future Teachers Club-3,
, Honor Society-4-Secretary, Srnior Play-4.
ETERSTOFF, BARB-Future Homemakers Club-l, Future
ccountants Club-2, Hi-C-3, 4.
ICHARDS, JANE-Pep Club-4, Y-teens-4, Choir-4, Norse
tar Staff-4, Senior Play-4.
OOSMALEN, DORIS-Hi-C-1, Band-l, 2, Y. F. C.-4.
USSO, TONI-Cleo Club-2, Senior Play-4.
ANDWICK, TOM-Football-'l, Movie Crew-l, 2.
CHAUB, BONNIE-Future Accountants Club-2.
ETHER, WALT-Art Club-l, Senior Play-4.
HAW, SANDRA-Future Accountants Club-'l, Y. F. C.-
-Secretary, Senior Play-4.
IBSON, JlM-Football-l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-l, 2,
, 4-Co-Captain-3, Baseball-l, 2, Varsity Club-2, 3, 4,
Hess ClUb-li Student Council-2, Science Club-2.
SIENKIEWICZ, JOE--Track-l, Basketball-l, Football-l, 2,
3, 4, Baseball-2, 3, 4, Art Club-l, 2, 3, Varsity Club-2,
3, 4, Class Executive Board-3, 4, Senior Play-4.
SIMONS, ERNIE-Track-l, 2, 4, Commercial Club-'l, 2.
SMlTH, JIM-Band-'l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club l, Band Fol-
lies-2, 3, 4, Dance Band-2, 3, 4, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Pep
Band-l, 2, 3, 4,
SOHASKY, EVELYN-Pep Club-'l, Homernaking Club-3,
Y-teens-4, Senior Play-4.
STAMM, TOBY-Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4, Golf-i, 2, 3, 4,
Honor Society-4-Vice-President, Senior Play-4.
STEEBY, SHARON-Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Y-teens-l, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club-l, 3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4-Organizations Editor-
4, Norse Star Staff-2, 3, 4, Juvenile Jury-3, 4, Pep Band-
3, 4, Exchange Assembly-l, 2, 4, Future Teachers Club-
3, 4, Chess Club-2, Band Follies-'l, 2, 4, G. A. A.-4, Senior
Play-4, Honor Society-4.
TAYLOR, ANN-Band-'l, 2, 3, 4, Y-teens-'l, 2, 3, 4-
President-3, G. A. A.-l, 2, 4, Pep Club-'I, 3, Future Teach-
ers Club-2, 3, 4, Norse Star Staff-2, 3, 4-Art Editor-3,
Annual Staff-3, 4-Music Editor-4, Bowling-2, Student
Council-3, 4, Band Follies-3, 4, Senior Play-4, Skit Club-2.
THOMAS, SUZI-Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Band Follies-3, 4, Va-
riety Club-l, Pep Club-2, Chess Club-2, Art Club-3-Treas-
urer, G. A. A.-l, 2, 4, Y-teens-l, 2, 3, 4, Norse Star Staff-
4, Senior Play-4.
VANDERLINDE, JANICE-Y-teens-l, 2, 4, Variety Club-l,
Future Nurses Club-l, Future Accountants Club-3, 4-
President-3, Secretary Treasurer-4.
VAN ETTEN, DICK-Art Club-l, 2, 3, Rod and Gun Club-
l, Tennis-3, 4.
WACHTER, MARY LOU-Bowling-3, 4, Pep Club-4, Dra-
WALTERS, FRANK-Track-l, Baseball-2, 3, Senior Play-4.
WEAVER, GERALD-Football-'l, 2, Future Accountants
Club-l, Band Follies-3, 4.
WEERSTRA, DAVE-Band-l, 2, Band Follies-l, 2, Pep
Band-'l, 2, Dance Band-2.
WEERSTRA, JANET-Future Teachers Club-T, Photog-
raphy Club-'l, Dramatics Club-2,-Y-teens-2, Bowling-i, 2,
3, 4, Juvenile Jury-4, Band Follies-4, G. A. A.-4, Senior
WEICHNER, BEV-Future Accountants Club-2, Y. F. C.-4.
WEISSERT, LINDA-G. A. A.-l, 2, Future Accountants
Club 2, 3, 4-Secretary-Treasurer-4, Y-teens-l, Bowling 4,
WELKOSKE, BONNIE-Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band- l,
2, Pep Band-'I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling-l, 2, Exchange Assembly-
T, 2, Band Follies-l, 2, Class Treasurer-2, 3, 4, Class Ex-
ecutive Board-4, Honor Society-3, 4, Senior Play-4.
WENDLING, LYDIA-Art Club-l, Band-l, 2, 3, 4, Chess
Club-2, Norse Star Staff-2, 4, Pep Band-2, 3, 4, G. A. A.-
2, 4, Y-teens-4, Future Teachers Club-4, Band Follies-4,
YORK, CAROL-Choir-2, 3, 4, Senior Play-4.
ZAHRT, JlM-Football-l, 2, Class Secretary-l, Class Vice-
Hal Deane-Business Manager
DOUHG HU9heS--Assisfani Business Manager
Linda Mc Niff Cindy Fosler Judy Johnson
Not Pictured Fred Livingston Ron Farmer
D0nnq'HUgl'1e5 Lynne Sl. John
Bill Mc lnfire Wendy Morris
Tom Johnson Kerril King
Mary Buck Sheryl Bcnningo
Yours For A Successful Future!
You, the Class of 1958, have reached a milestone
in your career. The pattern that your lite will take may
well depend on decisions you must soon make. We have
been glad in taking part in your growing up to man-
hood and womanhood.
We know you will be an asset to any community
wherever you go.
Good Health and Happiness to All.
Your Neighborhood Druggist
HARRY H. HOLMES
HOLMES REXALL DRUG
"North Muskegon's Stop and Shop Center"
Congratulations to the Seniors ot l958
E. H. SHEL-DUN EQUIPMENT col
Congratulations to the Class of '58 .
367 West Western
. Charcoal Stealcs
Muskegon's Largest, Oldest and Charcoal Chicken
Mos! Modern Charcoal Ribs
EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 428 Weslem Avenue
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
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Everything for the office, ex-
cept machines--chairs, desks,
re-F1les, f111ng cabmets, m-
dexing systems, loose-leaf and
payroll e q u i p m e n t-4,000
roducts, each "t1me-eng1n-
eered" to help get more
one, easler, and m less tlme.
Largest Exclusive Makers of
Office Furniture and Filing
Equipment in the World
Grocerles, Meats, Gas ,,,Ah , " 1
- OPEN SUNDAYS -
Ruddiman at Bear Lake Rd.
Congratulations and good luck, Seniors . .
JOHN WOOD COMPANY
BENNETT PUMP DIVISION
. . . known for good and steady employment
in Greater Muskegon for almost 35 years
The Class ot I958
The Class ot I958
North Shore Hardware
Best Wishes to
The Class ot T958
373 W. Western Ave.
Between 2nd 8: 3rd Streets
370 U. S. 3I North
420 US-31, North-North Muskegon
"Your Loveliness is our Business"
I932 Peel: Street
Tape Recorders Phonographs
Ken Wansten Pharmacy
I824 Holton Rd.
"Your Complete Prescription Store'
Henry's Food Fair
Groceries - Meats - Sundries
I I05 Ruddiman Phone 4I-504
Kersman Equipmenil Co
A complele line of
Washer - Dryer
Television, Radio, ancl
333 W. Wesiern Avenue
SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Art and Craft Supplies
H I L T ' S , IN C .
WALLPAPER - PAINTS
Phone 2-2806 HARDWARE
408 W. Western Ave. - Muskegon
B U D D ' S
JEWELERS - OPTICIANS
227 W. Western
The Store that Confidence Built
Occidental Hotel Bldg.
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'URI TAKES WINGS with
a wonderful new Gas
range! Top bumers,
oven, broiler - all
"GUARDIAN ANGEL" Clock
control cooks com-
plete oven meal by it-
off . . . automatically.
DIVIDIELV ACCURATE auto-
matic thermostats on
new Gas ovens set and
keep any exact heat
.. . from 250' to 550".
SLDRIOUS BROILING from
rare-and-juicy to "done
through." Gas broilers
are smokeless . . . re-
quire no pre-heating.
if 91" 9 '
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the air-circulated Gas
oven gives you such
uniform baking . . .
such even browning,
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ILISSFUL CUOLIIESS- No
lingering heat after
Gas is off. Extra-in-
sulation makes cook-
MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY
TO THE CLASS OF 1958
Congratulations Class of 1958
JAN - RICH BAKERY
Phone 4 1739
1113 Rudoliman Ave North Muskegon
After-school Snacks - Desserts Parly Orders
ALFRED J. HUNTER 8: C0
1895 - 1958 HENRY STREET
We carry The largesl and most complete sloclc in Weslern Michigan
Pipe. Valves, Fillings, Pumps, Boilers,
Healing and Plumbers' Supplies
TOM ANDREWS AGENCY
Insurers - Reallors
Occidenlal l'Io+eI Building
Flowers I ts Congratulations Class of 1958
1222 Peck Street
Thirty-Six Years of Dependable Service Established 1887
GOOD LUCK, SENIORS I
NORTHSIDE RADIO 8. TELEVISION
"Your Neighborhood Servicemen"
Sales and Service - Phone 4-1171
Television - Radios -- Laundry Equipment
Hi-Fi Phonographs - "CoIor TeIevision"
SPARTON-MAGNAVOX EASY LAUNDRY
Congrafufafiond ana! Emi ?fM5Ae5
1958 GRADUATING CLASS
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Hardware Company Om mm I 0
635 OTTAWA STREET DRY CLEANERS
1906 Ruclcliman Avenue
MUSKEGON Phone 4-1407
For the Best in School Styles
CLASS or 1958 Boaz
Sanding Machine Company
Muskegon, Michigan Ginman Tire Service
U. S. Royal Tires - Recapplng
Weslern Ave. al 4+h S+.
VETS MEN'S WEAR CONSUMERS POWER CO.
Fast Metropolitan Tuxedo t 1
Rental Service S iz
Q CONGR ATIONSQ ,
56 51' Sf
2Ol W. Western Ave. Muskegon
You have reached one of life's impor-
tant goals . . . graduation. Now, as
you press toward even bigger accom-
plishments, we extend our best wishes
for continued success.
Gifts of Distinction Reddy' Kilowdff
Your Electric Servant
JONES ELECTRIC CO.
of Hardware and Sporting Goods
PRICE DRY CLEANERS
1871 Peck Street Phone 2-7661
658 Ottawa Street Muskegon, Michigan
Best Wishes to the Class ol 58
W. Brinen Lumber Company
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ASPHALT SHINGLES FRAMES
INSULATING WOOL INTERIOR FINISH
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1958
THE NATIONAL LUMBERMAN'S BANK
Serving Muskegon County Since T859
PERRl'S SHELL SERVICE
U.S. 31 8. Ruddimon Drive
North Muskegon, Michigan
HARBOR STEEL 8: SUPPLY CORPORATION
543 WeST Souirhern Avenue
Phone 62 I 56 - 23437
SERVING WESTERN MICHIGAN
North Muskegon Flower Shop
1081 Holfon Rd. IM-201 - Phone 4-1561
Across from TB Sanaforium
ACTOR SALES 1 ALUMINUM Fouunnv co
Complete Line of
Philco Appliances 664 W. Clay Avenue
Toro Power Lawn Mowers BRONZE
Whitehall at Giles Road
TO THE CLASS OF '57
Naph-Sol Refining Company
HOME OF GASOLINE
Oil -Ways, Inc.
MERCURY TRANSIT COMPANY
301 Center Street
Motor Doctor Since 1929
THE MUSKEGON BANK
"l try not to spend
every cent I earn."
Cgmplimenfg T0 The Pl'0I'6CfIOI'I - S6CUI'Ify -- Pl'0'fII'
Class of I958
2001 Peck Street
LIBERTY LIFE and ACCIDENT
, H OH'
Phone 2 LIBERTYOILIEE BGIEDING
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CLOCK FUNERAL HOME
"PREFERRED" FUNERAL SERVICE
HACKLEY UNION F on .. C
National Bank K2 Trust Co.
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811-819 TERRACE STREET
Sign f ood Tas+e
Coca Cola BoHIing
Company of Muskegon
Robert G. Hanson
Bervin Johnson lWhitehalll
Congraiulaiions io ilwe Seniors of 1958
Smith's Drug Store
Prescriptions Sporting Goods
"You Nome H, We Hove lt"
Phone 2-3330 407 Marquette Ave.
Do Your Sunday Shopping
"Hoos" Your Grocer
QUALITY SERVICE STORE
Giles Road and U.S. 31
GROCERIES - MEATS
Open Every Day and Night of the Week
Congratulations ond Best Wishes
To The Closs of 1958
I5-23 East Broadway
MusKEGoN HEIGHTS '
BEST WISHES AND SUCCESS
TO THE CLASS OF 1958
Ray Wierdcr, Sr. 6: Ir. Cbnradgs
"Class Portraits of Distinction"
Call 2-5015 for Appointment
1504-08 Sanford St.
Your Family Siudio
Across from Penney's
184 W. Western Ave.
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Q Lowest Pncedhne Qualiqf 5pringsMom'y G111Buy
PROMPT cAn:rm. sewvncr-: JMMU'
AMERIEAN EQIL SPRING EUMPANY Z
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Spring Products for:
- Science -
- industry -
- Home -
Hioim Ficieiiiv Svsiems Recorcis
GROCERIES - MEATS
A Complete One-Stop
Quality Service Store
Sanitarg Dairy Milk PM M
PERRl'S SHELL SERVICE
U.S. 31 8. Rucldimcm Drive LINCOLN -' MERCURY
North Muskegon, Michigan
"Greet minds hove purposes, others have wishes."
Campbell, Wyani' and Cannon Foundry Co.
Division of Textron, Inc.
The Class of "58"
The Class of 1958
"Fine Meats and Personal Service
A1123 Ruddiman Ave.
Be-5+ Wishes To The
CLASS OF '57
317-319 Cenfer Sf.
HARDWARE - HOUSEWARES -- PAINTS
FERTILIZERS - SEEDS
"BS" SERVICE i1hZI'llfTf.0Sm'd
U.S. 31 and M-20
Class of 1958 Congrafuloiions
IIA F I'
M U S I C Esi. 1865
is our business -
our only business!
Websfer o'I' Second
George Apos'I'Ie - Direcior
James Apos'I'Ie - Direcior
I CLASS OF 1958
Savings Bt Loan
CDQQIQVIQCI Ion the UUIOQI JUIodeIwI Qggices
McoM:A'N: MANUFACTURERS or STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE, ALUMINUM CHAIRS, FILING
S"EG""' ""C"'G"' SUPPLIES, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, HOSPITAL cAsE WORK, FUME Hooos
23I DIANA AVENUE
PATRONS COMPLIMENTS TO THE
Dr. Arthur Joistad ',g L
Mr. Raymond Engle CLASS OF 158 L
Mr. Ted Leonard 2
Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Marcus
Mr. Arthur Rude I
Mr. William Chrystal E T T E R M A N S
Mr. William McNiff L,
Mr. Charles Larnard Jr. F O O D L I N E R
Dr. Norman Fleishman
Dr. Frank Garber
Dr. L. L, Loder
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Rosenberg
NORTH MUSKEGON LQ
1 'A" 5
Acme Cleaners and Dyers
Laketon at Beidler ll
Third at Houston
We C'1'Pe'i"Q FouNnRY coRPoRAnoN
Seehock Floor Covering Co.
' BEN CIHAK
375 US-31 CNorth of Causewayl N. Muskegon
EDWARDS BROTIIFRS ll'
An Al: .Wl'
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