North Muskegon High School - Norseman Yearbook (North Muskegon, MI)

 - Class of 1960

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FA 5 Y I x , xx F ' v' . - K 3 K xx xx ' ' X H F - xx N Xf f A - val 'oz Lf - V8 61,68 Always the same, but never the same us our school year Just as Nature has her seasons we have our orderly progress of school events but wuth unfunute varuatuons Nature and students prepare for fall un dufferent ways Whale Nature makes ready the trees, plants, and anumals for theur peruod of rest, returnung students, make an eager antucupatuon of what the busy, new year wull brung For the uncomung freshmen from Laketon Central there us the adlustment to an enturely new school, and for the other freshmen, many new fruends and actuvutues to antucupate The sophomores and uunuors, eager to learn, return to renew old acquauntances and to plunge unto famuluar patterns For the senuors, the returnung strukes a sad note They go through regustratuon, book buyung and the usual new aduustments wuth the awareness that thus us the last tume For all however, new classes, teachers, and textbooks brung curuosuty and the desure to learn By regustratuon tume, the football teams and band are lumpung from pre season practuce, everyone us debatung the relatuve meruts of candudates for class and Student Councul electuons, and when the furst quuz appears, our fall us un full swung Many classes requure notebooks to be kept, as well as the usual extra credut work and Englush class book reports every sux weeks These broaden knowledge beyond the lumuts ofthe textbook As the furst whustle blows for the kuckoff, we are un the mudst of fall s whurlwund of color the football season Even at the games, men and boys un theur red huntung clothes can be heard talkung about the burds they hope to shoot As Nature enters her dormant season of the year, our actuvutues move unsude but are by no means subdued College boards and term papers head the work lust for senuors The furst snow us welcomed by the skuers who are countung the week ends untul a furm, sux unch base Untul that tume arruves, we all begun to work on club prouects and concentrated study Chrustmas vacatuon wuth uts lovely partues and celebratuons brungs a welcomed reluef but ends all too soon And the wunter goes on and on those dreaded, but unevutable, semester exams There seems to be a lull after exams that funds us catchung our breaths before the funal and busuest season of all Sprung heralds the awakenung un nature to begun the lufe process once more Agauru the chant of calusthenucs can be heard after school as track gets under way The remaunung snow us pushed off the tennus courts, and golf and baseball appear on the scene There us o last munute touchung up peruod for students enterung prouects un the scuence faur Repeated announcements of Please keep the wundows closed' taul to keep the sprung aur from coolung the classrooms, as students and teachers lorug to be trout fushung hukung or lust plaun suttung outsude anythung but studyung The dauly an nouncements tell the tale of funal pucnucs at Lake Muchugan, as the clubs prepare to end theur actuvutues for the year For the Senuor Class the end comes all too soon Theur funal week of actuvutues beguns wuth the Junuor Senuor Prom and us clumaxed by the graduatuon exercuse utself These are the colors, sughts, and sounds of our hugh school through the seasons We of the Norseman staff have presented thus book wuth the seasons un mund Lookung back through the year, we hope to brung to mund many memorable events we all enloyed so much edutor un ctuuef . 0 . . .. . . s - . - s. . . . . . 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LC6LtL0lfL The annual staff of North Muskegon Hugh School deduccutes thus Norseman to Mr John Jozsa guudance durector to show our apprecuatuon for all he has done for our school Throughout our hugh school years he has generously guven of hus tume to each of us and our partucular problems Hus honesty and hus encourage ment of hugh scholastuc standards have made hum popular among the students Mr Jozsa has shown hus unterest un the teachung professuon by beung advusor to our Future Teachers Cub As a token of our apprecuatuon we deducate thus annual to you Mr Jozsa as our way of thank ung you for your help and guudance Dr Norman Fleuschman s kundness to the students and those he worked wuth and hus unterest un the school wull long be remembered by both the students and the enture communuty Durung hus three years on the school board Dr Fleuschman was fauthful to hus work and was wullung to cooperate wuth the communuty for the betterment of our school Fleuschman was suncerely unterested un thus work and for thus reason he gauned the trust and devotuon of all Luke all of Greater Muskegon the students of North Muskegon were saddened by hus death un 959 ,fs-ill' L ,-rf" v '18 MW 8lfVLOl"L VLWL el fa .' Lui, - , i'tJa'Q-.Xxx . . I . . 1 . . . ft? ,yn W 'f D ' D 0 0 l O or. I .- I . -I V k 1 . - J' ' ll 0 K Cinfenlb Faculty Football Bond Clubs Homecoming LVLXFI Boslcell:-fu'l Olgcxmzofuom QPLVLC Sprung Sports Porfles Dances Seniors SGl1lOIDIlGClOI'f Classes Commumfy Page X s f 0 Eff Mlm,ffffiififilffffll fl H' A A1014 11511115 ............. lf w 'i ,, i 4 e. P .4 1. 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I ' SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr John Jacobs B A MA Mr HomerVon Hoeson B S M S Mr Rrchcrd Dornbos B S MA Mr George Frantz B A M A Mr Robert Morrls B S Mr Glen Core B S M 6LlfL6!lO KQC! f8XtAO0L15 Olfti 0 s ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Left to Rnght Mr Vernon Boerman B A M A Mess BernoStuort B A Mrs FrcncusEory, B E Mass Mcrguerute McKay B S Mrs Mary Hoger B S , Mrs Maxune Andrews B A ' Mr Ted McFcll B A . . . Ifo Jlwwioen owe 51f1fLalenf5 min, 5. INDUSTRAI. ARTS Left toRngI1t Mr Ronald Jansen B S Mr Wesley Bunlcs B S FINE ARTS Mr Curhss Stewart B S Mrs Vurgunrc Clark B A I-IOMEMAKING MnssEIeancr McClurkun B S MUSIC Mr WIIIlamSIc1nseIl B M COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Lefl fo Rnght Mr Kenneth Deal B S Mrs Isabelle Wafhen SOCIAL SCIENCE Left to Rrght Mr Roberf Vander Meer B A Mr John Halmond B A M A Mr Donald Walters B A Mr Harold Andersen B A LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs Amo Bouhn lubraruan Mr John Jozsa gundance durector Zi M I Uv L! fl ,Nf lfb 00tA6L! AQVOQ5 . . -'QA fm. ' ZH' BOTTOM ROW Left to Rtght Duck Overkamp Benny Mannlng Carl Ruttman, Fred Brown Jay Conover Jeff Olds Tom Couslneau, Steve Clank Stan Jan, Bull Shockelford Bull Brssen Oscar Mannnng TOP ROW Bob Cnhak Sam Olxver Coach Davrd, Dennus Burmenster Tom Beecham Chuck Cronuck Terry Grrmard, Steve Johnson Steve Harpold Make Burrous, Fred Damm Joe Horvafh Jeff Johnson Wayne Mumford, Make Whutney, Bull VanDonkeloar Dave Rose Ball Busker Ran Norton, Coach Dornbos Jnm Wnseman MANAGERS Larry Damm, John Jones Paul Horvath Tom Thlele, Dave Joldersma, Larry Brown North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon Coopersvu Ludlngton Whutehall Fremont Scottvrlle Shelby Hurt Montague Manlstee lle Rrchard Red Darnbos, head football coach, and Lelana David lane coach, go over the startrng Irneup V, K I 0 0 0 '7 . ' J ' X I . 7 2 'M ffm Q his f , - W . ,r.fL,Wal,. A Y ' i ,945-ff.,rZ,.Q.. 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I I V I D I I I I ' ' , , ' , , ' ' I 1 1 7 ' 7 28 ' 7 25 ' 13 I3 13 20 ' 7 7 O I3 I9 7 13 0 ' I2 ' rl 11 ' A C' 0:58 6L 55146681555 UL 6L :580'Lf50lfL FIRST ROW Left to Rnghf, Fred Stenberg Bull Crnbbs Bob Bishop Duck Cooper Burt Oliver Jerry Ruttmcn .Jerry Joldersmo SECOND ROW Pot Beach, Bud Moran Tom Moyes Davld Hnckman Ted Torgeson Jlm Worth Som Langelond THIRD ROW Bruce Taylor Doug Sweet Jlm Referstoff George Powell Bull Burger Ken Pugh Peter Van Hoesen STANDING Coach Bruce Benson Co-Captcnns Buddy Moron ond Pot Beach talk over o new play wrth Coach Bruce Benson FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCORES I959 North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon Cctholrc Central Holton Halton Ravcnno Ccrholnc Central Sprung Lake I of rf ff .T I 40 6 I3 I4 ' I9 ' JA 4086! fo WLM, Q 6LlfLtlfLlfIfLlfL O FIRST ROW Left to Rlght Don Nnelson Duck Nagelkurk Vac Cooper Ray Schuuteman Chuck Langland Captann Bull Young, Fred Cooper Rnck Lang SECOND ROW Jam Beecham Ron Hamulton Bob Hasper Jerry Arnouts Bruce Turgeon Tom Johnson Harold Tsmmerman Tracey Hnckman Olaf Ratz Bob Murkle Ken Koch Don Hunter THIRD ROW Coach Vanden Berg Dale Bates John Hnlt Gordon Bates Phul Mahn Bull Hull Ken Sanford Doug Buck Rodney Beecham Bruce Munford Coach Walters J ., 4, jf Coach Wolters and Coach Vanden Berg discuss the starting line up. W L 7 W 'M f JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon North Muskegon Norm Muskegon North Muskegon 959 Coopersvnlle Catholnc Central Whrtehall Fremont Reeths Putter Catholic Central Montague 6Ll'L 0lfLf5t6LVL LVL? LLLWL8 fo l"8VVL8l4fL QI" Let 5 90 all fhe way Jay! Nnce tackle Norse' Keep gomg Steve' We wlsh to congratulate Carl Rnttman and Tom Cousnneau for belng chosen members of the All Conference Team Thus as football? We also wnsh to congratulate Duck Overkamp and Benny Manning for gettmg honorable mention n the All Conference Team Sensor co captain of thus year s varsity squad Tom Junior co captaun of thus year s varsuty squad, Jeff Olds Cousuneau O I 0 a 0 l l l , . ' . I , 1 1 1 . - . . , . . - . . , . , . Ae G"i:5!OlfL065 of Me Our mcrchmg band durnng c half hme performance Bull Kurry our drum mclor Durmg the game Paul Hesselmk cssustant drum mclor 4- m ' ' E' " . ' 1 , ,mafciwal me CAL! of ffm air. 'E rye. Q f '3 sf ' I , . 'U 5 "- i i Mr. Siansell at his desk . - I Try another story, Beck. 6. .1 nu- ,,!x,,,4m,,,. A nv A i Perf maioreftes all: Janet Green, Darlene Jones, Judy Mirkle, Barb Thomas, Lyndn Roberts, Penny Beach . ' v vw f ,fn . v f 1 2-J! I gdlfldfff C2001 nc! Seruousness doesn t always prevaul OFFICERS chairman Don Marquard co chanrman Paul Hesselnnk secreranes Mary Ellen Anderson Duane Kruger Sally Knusen MEMBERS FIRST ROW Paul Hesselmk Vnkke Casperson Mary Anderson Don Marquard SECOND ROW Mr Stansell Make Grnffxfh Phil Stevens Fred Wulks Bob Baker Jamce Weaver . , . 5 f I ' 1 I 1 1 1 ' : : , , , . 1 . , 1 I 1 I . -8 ACZLVLC! lfU6L5 ?0l!Ql"lfLQ6! dlfl, 6LCfil!8 COMVLCE Oni of Cfwwo The day of the SfudenfCounc1l carnpalgn last fall raged with Yhe whole hearfed enfhusxasm af The student body The seniors beginning a new precedent, unseffled the morning with a blaring, honlclng parade of cars Then, after the polurnclflng had reached a cllrnax nn one of the most commendable of all campaign assemblies Students lanes The corridors To elect their new Sfudenl Coufxcu offxcers our merge Mcf0ri0m5 I 1 Chuck Cronick, president Tom Cousineau, vice-president The Hugh pomr of the week of qtudenf Councnl electrons was the assembly In The gym Excellent speeches were gnven by the candldates for Councul offzces and theur campaugn managers who are pmtured above Penny Beach secretary Bull Baker treasurer -Y NIA' V. , F , U I A Q i . uw .. - ' ' ' ' , K ' ' L-A ' ' ' . 1. QLICIVLQ af flap Aefm-ffm cgiivajelfzf Canned. Ogiivwfenf Cimnci The new Student Council prolect is something to be proud of FIRST ROW Joyce Claflm Julie Herrin. Chu k Cronick president Penny Beach secretary Torr Cousineau vice president Bill Baker treasurer Mike Bill Young Mr Jansen THIRD ROW Linde Maples Rick Schanhals Jim Hopper Debbie Chrystal Sharon Moony Joyce Alfred Kathy Markham Judy Erickson Sally Chambers FOURTH ROW Cindy Marquard Pat Overkamp Jeff Olds Steve Clmk Mike Whitney Duck Wilson Carl Rittman Mary Cousineau Sue Cone 1 . , , . X, C . I . i I I I . I . - . 5 . I I . McCroskey, Scott Livingston. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hager, Sally Derrickson, Jane Markus, Sandra Rosenberg, Ginger Austin, Mike Dean, Marge Whittaker, I ' ' : I I I I . I A - I I I I Olgaafem foofay ana! fomorrow. Wafionaf Amor ociefy Y All as not work rn Honor Socrefy ,JVM .45 4+ OFFICERS presrdent Bull Baker vnce pressdent Ira Bank secretary Su ly Dernckson treasurer Tom Grnrzmaker MEMBERS FIRST ROW Mr Halrnond BnIiBaker Ira Bank Sally Derrrckson Tom Grnfzmaker SECOND ROW John Volker Duck Overkamp Russell Vander Wuer Bull Karry Phnlrp Stevens Bob Baker THIRD ROW Ranay Markham Judy Toy Mary Ausrrn Bonme Parsons Janet Cooper Vnkke Casperson n A V. I , .H i , , , X '1 1 , ' f, , I H , , A 5 1 F ' 1 I 1 ' i 1 - 5 ' 1 1 1 1 - 5 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 , . ff' Nancy Schdlk . 2 I T6 D .E I. 0 sAcxQ n jim glrdfzfmnnf of Homecoming Senno Class FursrPlace Seventh Grade Jar-nor C1055 Sopromore CIGSS l Freshman Class, Second Place Eiglwrlw Grade, Third Place C Q. . . M , , xg X Q ifggkiikr g L ' " V . f CQi53?'f1 A L ' A yigsiiii F3323 -W- - J, , . .MK 'ww ww ,. V Vw' k 5 -- . - :W,,,., ina ffm , , ., . A 4 X 1 R-My V . '- - , M Y . n,..A,, '34 55' -ay. - p Q. 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L A 7 occ l r is. ' I err :n I un rohlck, S In Jar?,,S Iv Hlr nlli, Jim SIT, la uln , 'ri I mn,ou?necu'i n y, Q I I C North Muskegon 43 Scottvllle 33 Led by co-captains, lra Bank and Tom 53 40 . I . . . . 42 46 ' ' . 48 46 I . . . . 50 ' 54 . , 55 44 ' ' . 63 52 ' ' ' 44 46 . . . I I 55 ' 53 ' , . 24 .C . 52 ' 46 40 ' ' " ' - 55 ' 61 ' ." ' I 71 79 ' , ' ' , 42 47 ' ' , ' ' ' , 38 39 ' , ' ' LL owe lfeamd Get that rebound Duck' Two more for Ira' Come on Rog let s make at our ball' . . ann! Ae W r , , , Couch Robert Morris cnd our captains, Tom and Irc N LUQVQ 61,15 9006! 61,5 any Www .Jdcfwn is . . eyoeciaffg wlaen Me uicforg C eer. . . NN' ., ,P xx' 1 l 4 0 BACK ROW: Left to Right, Coach Bruce Benson, Bud Moran, Oscar Manning, Don Hunter, George Powell, Fred Stenberg, Tom Moyes, Bart Buck, manager. FRONT ROW: Dick Cooper, Jim Reterstoff, Bruce Taylor, Bob Hasper, Stan Engluncl, Duane Flannery, Sam Langeland. The little Norse compiled an ll-4 record. Led by Dan Cooper, Tom Moyes, Bruce Taylor, Jim Reterstoff, and Bob Hasper, the J .V's finished second in the Western Michigan Conference. Winning their first eight games, the little Norse faltered, losing two out of their last three games. All in all, the Junior Varsity had a very fine season, one of which they can be very proud. . il .64 D S I -, 4..... .wow Ac Alfa fA0 'ir 5 in 454870, Ofc!! f 9 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to Rught Ann Olrver Jeanne CIafIm Nancy Foote Jane Farrrs captain Banme Humphries SUSOVI C009 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left ra Rrghf Sheryl Schusrer Barbara Munz .lolyn Read capfarn Carol Lmdland vznior g6L15LQfA6Lf FRESHMEN TOP ROW Left to Rnghf Ray Schuufemon Don Nlelson Charles Yonkers Coach Rachard Dornbos SECOND ROW Vuc Looper, marry Overhuel John Hnlr Tracy Hackman Jerry Arnoufs THIRD ROW Tom Johnson Dxck Nagelknrk Olaf Rnfz, Ruck Schanhals Charlie Langeland SEASON S RECORD Won Il Lost I WNW-was 99111 W H " Ili Nl WW EIGHTH GRADE TOP ROW Left to Rnght Robert Woodruff Lloyd Budnuk Make Closz Roger Rapaport Jam Hopper, Mike McCrosky Coailggggrsd David BOTTOM ROW Bob Walfers Rick DeBruyn, Greg Young Mlke Baldwm Tom Holsfrom Don Marchudo Tom Andrews SEASON S Won 5 Lost 5 x 1 1 l 5 5 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I I I ' : I I I . 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X 5 0 1,-., 4 1 ' L f ' I Q I Q I r : : ' , 1 I 1 I 1 I ' ' I I ' . : , 1 1 I ' ' , . lfLlfLlflf6LK 5 FIRST ROW BIII Baker, busnness manager Mary Austrn edntor an chnef Barbara Munz, assrstant edutor Paul Hesselrnk, assustant busrness manager, Randy Markham, bookkeeper SECOND ROW Cynthno Ross, features Penny Beach, annual sales and dnstrrbutuon Elolse OIdrng sports Fred Wnlks otography John Walker ad sales Mrs Andrews staff advlsor THIRD ROW SaIIy Derrnckson Mary Loder, co edrtors of sensors Bonnre Parsons Judy Toy co edrtors of organrzatrons Jane Marquard ad make up Nancy Glrdler musnc Vrkke Cosperson, art is for I Lf AD SALES AND AD MAKE UP Sandra Rosenberg Steve Crosby ART AND MUSIC Carol Wiley Sam Muszewskr, edntor of faculty and Charlotte Chrrstensen Susan Baker, Corene Johnston Crndy Fosler dedrcatron Duane Krueger not puctured Pat Overkamp and Lynda not plctured Ginger Austin Roberts I . . i .I . . .F . . 5 . . . A I Z . F . . .I . . I I ' ,Ph 2 , z . , ' - 2 ' , -' ' I ' 1 1 -' ' ' 1 t -2 ' 1 'J' - We II I . ' c ' 4 , 'D' t ,RAP X v' It ' N ii vi? ZV' R ta aj get ' I I - I I I f I 22: .wg ' 7 1 1 3 I 1 I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 j NK PHOTOGRAPHY AND ANNUAL SALES AND DISTRIBUTION Jane ORGANIZATIONS AND FEATURES Betty Loder Cheryl Schuster Coffman Mary Cousuneau Helen Jan Paula Jacob: Phnl Stevens Gay Toy Judy Enckson Barbara Koch Judy Errckson not puctured Nate Johnson Donna Olelarczyk Brenda Dake Duane Nelson Margre Whuttalcer xv F 'hs S 'S' 1. lv CLASSES AND SENIORS Judy Hopper Terry Mulls Pat Vander Wuer Kathy Markham Jolyn Read edrtor of classes Bonme Wregers Sue Cone not pncfured Carol Gush NOT PICTURED Sports Chuck Cromck Carol Lundland Bull Sheldon Cynthra Marquard, Faculty Kathy Neff gf.. , :Jn ' 1' T EP 'A fn A I ' a: 1, f. My , 5, ' , 'Q I , Q - , L k, X s, . X X' E ., N , F " . 1 ' . A I I , , I . I I .I l I I . I I I I I f , , - - I 7 T15 S " Q. -H' J, V, wp 's A 1 . 4. -. L, , ' , 1 r "I ' 'I in ' - Tw . W Q' 1 , ' , ' , I - ' - U . I I . I 1 ' J ' 1 ' , . I 4 . . . Auf Zfluere MML5 fime. . lliamifg FIRST ROW Tom Cousuneau presudent Carl Ruttmcun vuce presudent Ira Bank secretary .lay Conover treasurer SECOND ROW Bull Bussen Keuth Allen JeffOlds John Walker Coach Morrus THIRD ROW BullBaker Duck Wulson Duck Overkamp Steve Clunk Dennus Bates OM! LVL? C A Boyd Jean Gufford SECOND ROW Phyllus Mosher Sue Sweet Sandy Centner Jack Wolffus Ron Mathews Duck Mulally Harold Tummerman Paul Baskwell, Jum Read THIRD ROW Tom Semelbaurer Greg Fleckensteun Gordue Bates Dale Bates Joyce Kerstung Pattu Pruns Duane an Mary Arnold Barb Mcllwauru FOURTH ROW Bull McNuft Ron Adams, Randy Markham Dave Crouch Phul Stevens Geoff Bernd Pete Wuerengo, Tom Grutzmaker Eldon Woltung Dave Martun u l Z Q , ' 1 . 1 l ' . i 1 I 1 - 5 I . 1 . I I I I ' Z ' I I I I ' 0 Z FIRST ROW: Sandra Zwart, Mr. Deal, Dennis Bates, president, Donna Holmes, secretary, Lois Mcllwain, treasurer, Terry Hanes, vice-president, Georgia I . ' : - I I I . I I l I . I . n . . . . . . Hum . . , , , , , , uue... , I ' Z I I I I I 1 1 - Olf' MVL lf'0'C'lf'C76LtL0lfL 00 0 fA CAM 7- FIRST ROW Paul Hesselmk Vnce Presrdent Bob Baker Kathy Markham Don Marquard Presndenf Mary Ruppel B:llAnderson Jerry Mnel SECOND ROW Cl1erylRrcl'mards GarlLrnau Navada Nood MaryElIenAnderson CarmenAnderson Nancy Barlow JanlceGrlberr Marne Stafford THlRD ROW Duane Kruger Sandy Delong JanerCooper MurnelDay Annette Bullock James Brnnk EIdonWoIhng FOURTH ROW Clara Muerendorf Darlene Corradun Sl'1aronScl1afer Fred Brown on W, Cm FIRST ROW: Lois Naslw, Secretary-Treasurerg Jalnn Walker, Vice-Presidenfj Eldon Walting, Presiaenfg Lynn Walters. SECOND ROW: Don Anderson, Larry Nolen, Sam Miszewski, Annefle Bullock, Rosie Beegle. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Boufin, Randy Markl'am, Bill Anderson, Jim Claflln, Kaflwy Nasln, Judy Ridour, Sandy Reynalas. Q5 Lil? f 0 LULVLEQI' l"01lf5 lfLflfLlf'Q CC0lfllfLi6LVLf5 FIRST ROW .loan Wlndbacker Nlclcu Hunt Mary Ellen Anderson president Nancy Barlow Bonnie Humphrres Nancy RIdOUf Clara Lmdo Foresell Carol Legord lft lfLl"Q 0lflflQl4fL6l, FIU FIRST ROW Rosle Beegle Janxce Gilbert treasurer Yvonne Carlson, Mlss McClurlcen Lois Nash Annette Bullock SECOND ROW Barb Apple Phyllis Race Karen Norrrs Sandy Johnson Darlene Brown Nnclcu Hunt secretary Jody Sandwlck presldenf I C I O l D Mierendorf.. SECOND ROW: Mr. Deal, Dawn Mlel, Shirley Knoll, Sue McKinley, Carolene Gillespie, secretary-treasurer, Marie Stafford, fig C6LWLlOLL1i C lfll"lfL8 lfb :flLQ6LlflfL 01100 jlfbtlftlfg 3736 QV5 FIRST ROW Mass Sparks Judy Rrce Judy Errckson Gdll Race Kathy Markham Jackie Ott SECOND ROW Candy Gust Carol Asmussem Cheryl Rnchards Lmda Cowles THIRD ROW Jer: Vaal Navada Wood Donna Sether, Maxine Lrddle FOURTH ROW Karen Rudeus Janet Slenknewucz Treasurer Mary Jan Elena Seuffert Barb Arntz Secretary Gloria Morgan FlFTH ROW Sonla Holm Mr Jozsa Barb Worth Vnce Presndent Sue Bennett Presndent Mnke Dean Sam Mnszewslcn Sheryl Bannunga Carol Stafford Janet Cooper Linda Llnau Mr Deal mime bmw FIRST ROW Lnnda Brooks Jane Coffman Secretary Alice Quartermaune Ann Andersen Vlce Presnoent Katny Neff PreSld9r1f DIONE Nelson SECOND ROW Judy Harlu Kathy Nash Sue Oliver Lureen McNutt Jamce Proctor Jean Claflnn TFIRD ROW Sancy De Long Louanne Cooper Morgue Whnttaker Cathy Fechner Betty Lo er Mary Ruppel Judy Toy Janrce lN9CV9f Q I l ,. ,V 11 I I Wi,-sw? 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I FIRST ROW Sally Derrickson Jane Marquard Treasurer Connne Smlth Vlce Presldent Mass McKay Advisor Bonnne Parsons Presndent Barbara Munz Secretary Betty Loder Hrstoruan Pat Overkamp SECOND ROW Judy Delong l.undaL1ndrup Brenda Dake Navada Wood Sue Olnver Bonnie Humphrres Cynthua Ross Jeanme Claflm Donna Holmes Cathy Fechner Mary Ruppel THIRD ROW Barb Mcllwarn Pam Pasch Renee LaFrona Carolune Swanson Janet Green Carol Asmussen Penny Beach Cindy Fosler JaneFarrns CarolGnsh CarolLundIand EIouseOld1ng FOURTH ROW Sue Bennett Nancy Foote Janet Sether Bonnre Wuegers Judy Errckson Sheryl Rrchards Kathy Markham Pat Harrmgton Jer: Vaul Lynda Roberts Paula Jacob: Becky Keene Cmdy Marquard FIFTH ROW Mary Cousrneau Sue Pope Sharrol Ramey Judy Senberry Maxrne Lrddle Phullrs Mosher Lorr Loeb Sally Chambers Sue Sweet Marsha Buck Helen Jan Sue Carr Barb Thomas SIXTH ROW Nancy Glrdler Donna Sether Linda Gilroy Karen Magnuson Nancy Postema JoanVanDanIcelaar BarbVVorth BarbArntz Duane Nelson Mary Jan Darlene Jones Judy Hopper Mary Loder SEVENTH ROW Vrckn Mason Pat VanderWuer Lnnda Cowles Vuclu Harris Maruanne VanEtten Sandy Morgan Janice Proctor Sandra Rosenberg Barb Buslcer Sue Banmnga Mary Buck Sandy Reynolds Darlene Corradun EIGHTH ROW Lnnda Vegter Gaul Lrnau Mary Austun Dollene Mresch Barb Koch Pattn Prrns Donna Sumonellr Nancy Shalk Janet Bradshaw Kothy Karry Gay Toy Louanne Cooper Janet Cooper NINTH ROW Nukkr Cooper Marge Whnttaker Elena Seuffert Jody Sandwuck Sue Cone Cheryl Schuster Judy Mrrkle Carol Schultz Carol Stafford Jane Baker Lots Mcllwam Duane Herman Clara Mrerendorf 2 ' 2 2 2 ' ' 2 ' - ' 2 ' 2 ' 2 ' 2 ' 2 2 2 2 ' 2 - 1 2 ' ' 2 2 2 ' 2 ' ' 2 ' 2 I I I I ' Z . I I I . I I I I I -I I I ' I I ' ' : I I I I I I . I I S I . . I I .I I F ' : I I I . I . ' I ' . I l I I I I I I ' : . I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I ' : . ' I . I l I . . .I V I I . I I I . I I I I ' I . I I V I I I I . S I ' .I I I I I I ' : . I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I D . I I I . ' ..0 eagwg energefic dlfoacfelfzb owe far lt takes a lot of work to make a newspaper' OFFICERS Edntorun Chief Sally Derrnckson Assistant Editor Paul Hessellnk Exchange Pat Harrmgton Art Vlklce Casperson Literary Nancy FIRST ROW Elonse Oldxng Sally Derrlckson Paul Hesselunlc Sheryl Banmnga Vlklce Casperson SECOND ROW Mr Boerman Carol Stafford Ginger Austln Cindy Mcrquard Sam Muszewskr Nancy Gnrdler Penny Beach Brenda Dake THIRD ROW Nancy Barlow Maruanne Van Etten Duane Herman Make Deon Sandy Reynolds Sue Bannungo Barb Worth ' I I I I I I I I I Girdlery Features, Sheryl Banningc, Soclcl Departmental, Penny Beach, Sports, Eloise Oldingg Ad-sales, Bruce Dybas, Ginger Austin, Carol Stafford. . 1 . . I . I . I . I . . : r I I . . I . I . ., . I I D I , - , I I I I A I ' lflf VL? t!L8 Jag . 6L5?flfLQ '..l'7'1 Another pIcy rehearsal un progress OFFICERS presrdent Mnkewhrtney vnce presndenf Bruce Dybas secretory Lounse Gramm treasurer PhyIIrsHunIcIe FIRST ROW Mnss McK GY Brenda Duke Penny Beach Connme Smnrh SoIIy Derrlckson Sondy Morgan Barb Koch Dollene Mlesch Clara Mlerendorf SECOND ROW Barb M II T c warn erry Hanes ScotrMcLaughInn Doug Nelson Mrke Whrrney Bruce Dybas BIII Brssen Larry Aushn THIRD ROW Jack Ta Ior Y Dawn Mrel, Lrndo Groussel, Annette Bullock, Phyllus Hunkle, Louuse Grimm, Vnkke Cosperson, Sheryl Banmnga, Sue Bennett I . . VL . . I 1, , '1 ' I g I . if if ' I e x X I 4 Vy,f Q 1 .ff : . I . . 2 . - . I I , . . F I . . ' z . , I I I . I U I I I . I . ' . U . I I I I I . ' I I A . I . ' : df? at NL? , lftl"Q LIQQQVJ ,an fr! Gwen QI: OFFICERS presndent PhnllStevens vice presudent Randy Markham secretary treasurer JohnWalker MEMBERS Ball Karry John Walker RU55 Vander Wner PhrllStevens Hayko Muntmga Randy Markham Charles Walters ULIOQI' VLOOIOQIQ5 -..'-UH FIRST ROW Mary Arntz Barb Thornton treasurer .lulre Herrrck secretary Dorthywrlson vrce presrdent John Hutson presrdent SECOND RSW Barb Harrungton Ann Stafford Barb Jauger Make McCrosky Mary Jo Hepp Barb Tublect Frec Southwart Barb Buick John Crosby T IRD ROW Louuse Acterhoff Debby Chrystal Leona McDonald Kandns Wanda Jrm Matson Carol Knoll John Janes Greg Bradbury now-fime wan our miedf... QP ,Q Y - , ,nun OFFICERS Coral Stafford President Bonnie Hurnphrnes Vice President Jane Marquard Secretory Carol Gush Treasurer MEMBERS FIRST ROW Barb Munz Jeanne Claflln Carol Llndlond Sue Cone Cheryl Schuster Jane Farris Jolyn Read Ann Oliver SECOND ROW Jane Marquard Carol Gush Bonnue Hum rnes Carol Stafford Connle Smlfh Elena Seuftert THIRD ROW Penny Beach Lando Pyle Martha Forrus Jean Vanderlnnde Candls Wanda Janet Green Carol Swanson Renee La Frana Lmda Goff Navado Wood FOURTH ROW Pam Pasch Donna Holmes Cheryl Ruchards Marsha Sether Maxune Llddle Phyllns Mosher Karen Magnuson Sharon Budnulc Pat Goff Lynda Roberts Cindy Fosler Sue Bennett SIXTH ROW Sandy Morgan Januce Procter Gaul Lnnau Sally Chambers Lora Loeb Sue Sweet Jer: Vaal Mary Jan Darlene Jones Sandra Rosenberg Pat Vander Wuer SEVENTH ROW Nlklil Cooper Elosle Oldlng Carol Schultz Mary Loder Pattr Prlns Helen Jan Marianne Van Etten Barb Koch Donna Slmonelln Gay Toy Clara Muerendorf EIGHTH ROW Janet Bradshaw Nancy Schalk Barb Thomas Louanne Cooper Morgue Whnttalcer Jane Baker Loss Mcl lwann Cathy Fechner Linda Vegter Mary Couslneau 1 , ' 5 ' ' , ' - ' , , g ' , . : 1 I I ' I I I I I . I I I ' : I . I . ph . I I . , I . : I . , . I . I . I I I I I I ' 1 I I D I Bock, Vicki Harris, Donna Sether, Joan Van Donkelaar, Bonnie Love, Nancy Postema, Barb Mcllwain. FIFTH ROW: Becky Keene, Nancy Foote, Janet I . . I . I I . 1 I I . , . : I . I . I I I . I I I I I I I I . ' : - I I D . I I I I I I I V I I I I I I E "lI I I ' ' I I . . I I . 1 . I Hour modf rmfrafing Ifime. LJJIAAIILC ddociafion ' - if 2 OFFICERS President Jane Farris Vice President Cindy Marquard Treasurer Gay Toy Secretary Bonnie Humphries Spar? Manager Paf Vander Wier Point Secretary Nikki Cooper MEMBERS FIRST ROW Jane Farris Nancy Foote Bonnie Hum ries Nikki Cooper Pat Vander Wier Gay Toy Miss Sparks SECOND ROW Eloise Olding Jane Marquard Connie Smith Mary Jan Judy Mirlcle Mary Loder Elena Seuffert Janice Proctor Carol Lindland THIRD Pasch Karen Magnuson Nancy Posrema Vicki Harris Sharon Budnik Mary Lou Ashley Carolene Gillespie Joan Van Donlcelaar Maxine Lnddle Kathy Markham FIFTH ROW Sandy Morgan Mary Ruppel Jean Claflin Donna Holmes Sue Sweef Lori Loeb Marcia Buck Donna Simonelln Donna Sether Marianne Van Effen Linda Carlson SIXTH ROW Cathy Fechner Sally Chambers Jane Baker Linda Vegter Par Overlcamp Sue Benner? Dollene Miesch Lynn Walters Sandy Reynolds Mary Sarka SEVENTH ROW Nancy Schalk Barb Thomas Penny Beach Janet Bradshaw Cindy Fosler Lynda Roberts Cheryl Shuster Helen Jan Paffi Prins Sue Carr Clara Mierendorf EIGHTH ROW Mary Buck Sanay Cenfner Carol Asmussen Carol Gish Cindy Marquard Judy Hopper Barb Mcllwarn Barb Koch 2 ' ' , ' 2 ' - ' , ' 2 , 2 , ' ' 2 , ' 1 ' , ' ' - 2 1 ' , I ' Ph ' 1 ' ' , ' , , ' - : I I . I I I I I I I I I 4 ' ROW: Georgia Boyd, Linda Roussel, Lois Mcllwain, Phyllis Mosher, Jane? Green, Renee La Frana, Nancy Fisher, Barb Busker, Par Goff. FOURTH ROW: Pam ' I I I I I I I . I I I I .I I l 1 U . I I I I T I I I F I I I ' I I I I I I I Jgnc! flw Aigljgklf O! Me Jecwon.. PANTOMIME T G dK hyN ff Senior Kick Line TRIO: Cynfhia Ross, Mary Ausfin, Nancy Girdler : oni urn on ot e was LLA0 7960 guna! ZZQMQ5 After months of hard work by all the cast and crew ofthe Follies, opening night finally arrived. The costumes, acts, and the special lighting delighted the audience, and their applause was a fair reward for all the time and effort spent. The show was so well received that we used it as our exchange assembly . Voo Doo MASTER OF CEREMONIES M ke Wh t ey Glo Wo 97' mr Afuorife AGL!!! O! Lug... OBOE Nancy Foote BASSOON Barba ra M u nz FLUTE Vrkke Casperson' Mary Ellen Anderson Vrcku Mason Aluce Wenngartner Becky Keene Candy Fosler IST CLARINET Judy Hopper Cynthaa Marquard Jamce Proctor' 2ND CLARINET Elolse Oldlng Judy Toy Sue Cone Nancy Barlow' Gall Lxnau Lureen McNutt The Senior Band takes applause after a successful concert Q 3RD CLARINET Mary Lou Ashley Helen Jan Pat Overkamp Sue Carr Judy Summers David Boutnn ALTO CLARINET Tom Huntoon' BARITONE SAXOPHONE Wullnam Karry BASS CLARINET Sandy De long IST ALTO SAXOPHONE Phnl Stevens' Bull Bnssen 2ND ALTO SAXOPHONE Judy Eruckson Ted Mouw TENOR SAXOPHONE Duane Krueger IST CORNET Nancy Glrdler Mlke Grlfflth 2ND CORNET Bob Baker' Bob Walkley 3RD CORNET Jam Schanhals Aluce Quartermanne Bob Hansen FRENCH HORN ally Knudsen' Pat Harrlngton' Jane Marquard' err Vail Jolyn Read Gmger Austnn IST TROMBONE Jlm Brmk Paula Jacob: 2ND TROMBONE Bruce Baker' Sam Mnszewskr' 3RD TROMBONE Sam Langeland Dave Hackman BARITONE Don Marquard' Jan Weav Jim Rea BASS red Wu lks om Cousmeau PERCUSSION ary Austm' Dollene Mlesch' Sue Bennett Carol Gush Nate Johnson Mary Cousuneau EFIIOFS ' Q . . ef . d, . . . , , F ' ' Janet Sienkiewicz Paul Hesselink Pete Wierengo T ' ' ' S . M , . - J . . , . . . , . . . . ' ' Q - . . ' . ,S . . . rang wilf!L Lllre Afraim A owe ingem ll IPL I T THIRD ROW Sally Knudsen Glorua Morgan Marlea Guberg Don Marquard Muerendorf SECOND ROW Loss Nash Dorothy Wulson Lxnda Carlson Jane Coffman Leanna McDonald Sandy Morgan Betty Bard Carol Nord Jackue Ott FIRST ROW Kathy Keefe Barbara Boulak Sharon Mooney Jeanne VanderLnnde Debby Crystal Louise Achterhof Jrll Parkhull Ruth Mooney Barb Jaeger UL-1 M QC' "Q 'Q . J 0 W Ill- . '. llhul . ll " 'H Q 'A '.' ' I ,, ' -it 4. V . . ,, . An : S 5, xg Y V . 4 rl +1 g ' Q f 1 1 ' 1 1 1 John Walker, Fred Willcs, Janice Weaver, Valerie Silvis, Barb Berg, Clara ' . : ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 5 1 1 r W I I I . I ' U I I l Q - I . if I N 5 r . li UL - . 1 515: 7' ' ,I A 1 V r , 2 A W, bf x 5 x l ll J , 2 .. 7 1 W 4' - 'a 1 f. , 1 , ,. 0- 0 QUQI' 0 IWLIXLJLC IXLVLLOIA it-W OBOE Barbara Busker Christy Llndland BASSOON Mary Sarka FLUTE Cathy Fechner Judy Cooper Barb LaGrande Mary Arntz Dorothy W1 Ison IST CLARINET Ruta GTITTIH Mary Buck Cherry Morris Ardyce Wnlks ZND CLARINET Conme Wallcley Mary Arnold Janet Bradshaw Ed Hmkley Bob Rea Kandus Wanda 3RD CLARINET Jean Keene Mary Hesselnnk Linda Pyle Greg Fulenbrock Susan Vanderlaan Julie Pope '1 ur Jumor Band as shown at the Charlene Arnold: Raymond Kaber Mary Lou Trmmerman Glorna Hale BASS CLARINET Mschael Dean IST ALTO SAXOPHONE Judy Griffith Carol Cooper ZND ALTO SAXOPHONE Tracy Hickman Dan Clhalc TENOR SAXOPHONE Jlm Robbins IST CORNET Rnck DeBruyn Paul Engstrom ZND CORNET Bull Wu ey Ed Ross Phrl Mahn 3RD CORNET Harry Overheul Jlm Baker Lynn Quartermame Joe McLaughlin Jackie GUIIIIOITI NB- I hrrstmas concert -of FRENCH HORN Sharon Knudsen IST TROMBONE Hank Austm Roger Rapoport ZND TROMBONE Bob Cohn Dan DeLong 3RD TROMBONE Jlm Hamnlton Bob Rappel BARITONE Marshall Ott Jnm Hopper Jnm Clark BASS Gary Leloff PERCUSSION Jane Marcus Ken Koch Jlm Parsons John Hnlt Ken Sanford Martha Farms Herd: Malls Dean Rosenberg gmc! I 2 A S Q I rf 'Tt' I" A 'I , 1.5 Ish M I I g v M ,I 'S I 1- 1 , I, gy N! V 1 ,E L Q FJ me .I 'b H A - I' ' 8 'w rf' 1 - ' Q O ' C ' . I ' 'I H bv Cl"Q6Lf86! W if LlfLC0lfIfL 6Ll"6l, Q lflfLlfLf5LC16ll'L5 ,-n -- Dance Band Personnel TOP ROW Left to Rngbt Sam Muszewslcr Dollene Mrescb Dave Hrclcman Mrke Grrffrth Jrm Schanlwals Kathy Karry BOTTOM ROW Bull Karry Duane Krueger Ted Mouw Janet Srenlclewrcz Plnrl Stevens The Dance Band especrally excellent rlms year blows up a storm Pep Band members nnclude- Drums Dollene Muescb Mary Austm Nate Johnson Comets Nancy Gnrdler Mrke Grrffurln Jrm Scbanlwals Bob Baker Bob Walkley Alice Quartermarne Trom bones SamMrszewskr Bruce Baker James Brmlc Saxaplwones Duane Krueger Phrl Stevens Flutes Vrkke Casperson Mar Ellen Anderson Clarrnet Janet Snenknewrcz French Horn Gunger Austrn Barrtone Don Marquara Bass Pete Wnerengo The Pep Band added spirit to both football and basketball games. 5 . J f rf QW' :ram 9'-sg 'NQSXI ' Gig 'Gm 97 Q gm em -.ei 121 S 5 g"'Q s.,., of x25-AJ f gA.fg,fk.f-fx' SIN-'kr JA' KLA! .1 Ju-1 XX .!k.J ,A1g.!x1 gl gg?- TZ uv 'VKX The sun peeks througn the clouds tentatuvely at frrst and then suddenly rt s sprung Tender shoots of grass and flowers poke thelr pale green through the soul where lust yesterday traces of winter snows clung stubbornly to the earth Bards wlng thexr wlld way northward whale the first robin warbles to the world hrs testnmony of Nature s rebirth of llfe Though llfe us stepped up for the world outside the balmy breezes brnng a special sort of sprung fever to our Northsnde Campus As the nme actuon packed months draw to a close some actlvntnes are dropped to lay dormant tal fall rolls around S ll others are gathered and tned together wuth all the many loose ends whlch have accumulated during the school year ID a frantnc effort to wrnd thnngs up right But for the most part thus rs a lazy tame of year a tame to close shop on school and the many actuv utnes socnal and academxc and thunk and plan for the summer months ahead f x f N I Till. , s v gg' ' f l A N . 1 4 xg f f lf! 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' ' 51' , -- ' . tt C Olfl QPQVLCQ K ROW S h D R W R N y ECOND ROW C h B T V C k C M g FIRST ROW B k W O BAC z Jim c anhals THIR O z on orton, Doug Sweet, Dick Cooper, Stan Woodard, Tim Kobera, Jerr Rittman, Nate Johnson, Darrell Miller, Terry Grimard S : oac unks, ed Brown, Bill anDonkelaar, huc ronick, Carl Rittman, Rick Harris, Jeff Armistead, Robert Couch, ana er 1 ud Moran, Dave Rose, Dic ilson, Dick verkamp, Tom Cousineau, Dennis Bates, Bill Baker, ike urrows NM I 28 ' -------------- 81 , - ' , 50 ' ------------------ 54 ' ' ' . 11. 68 ---- 41 -------- 1 - r rr - - - ' 63 - - ------------------- 46 ' , ' 1. 61 1 - ' -- ----- -- f1 . 62 1f2- f -- ' f M B The T959 Norseman track team had a very successful year Led by Frank Moran and Dave Harpold co captains the team went on to win the T959 West Michigan Conference Championship against seven other schools During the conference meet Dave Taylor broke the North Muskegon School record with a 45 53f4 shot put The high point man for the year was Tom Cousrneau with 79 points Frank Moran collected 60 l 2 points For the Norse and Carl Rrttman rang up 57 hard earned points The whole track team really showed a beautiful record for their 1959 season Dual Meet Dual Meet T Meet Dual Meet Dual Meet Tr Meet T Meet 58 V2 X2 SCORES OPPOSITION Catholic Central Coopersvr lle Reeths Puffer Fremont Whitehall Reed City 53 5X6 Shelby 28 50 V2 Hart 22 Montague 66l 3 Scottvrlle 8l 3 C 6LlflfLl0:5 He flnes through the our Www ...,...-a.-an wnlw the greatest of easel Run! 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BACK ROW L ft to R ght Mr B n on Coa h Be ny M g B IIB so Da e Johnson B ll Shackelfo d Maur ce C ol B ll Cr bbs FRONT ROW D s H nter Jay C o e Oscar Mann g Tom Moyes Duck So th Bob Po te ln conference play the team fnnnshed wuth a 3 won, 3 lost record beatung event ual champ1onWhutehall 5 2 Thus record was good enough for thxrd place Losnng two games to Cathollc Central and one each to Muskegon Henghts, 7 2, and Grand Haven, TO 2 our team fared well agannst Class A competutuon Ben Manmng led the unfnelders wrth an excellent 950 freldlng average Dave Johnson led the outfrelders wnth a perfect l OOO average Bull Shackelford led the mound staff wuth 3 wuns and 2 losses The dnamondmen under Coach Benson had an Interesting season wmmng 8 games and losing 8 games They also played two games In the White Lake Invitational Tourney loslng to the eventual wnnner Grand Rapnds Lee 3 Om a well played ball game They also lost to Fremont 2 O whom they had beaten earluer In the year T3 ll The team had good oftensnve punch up untll the tourney berng blanked only once on a no hut game ...Situ ln the Qffensnve department the team leaders were Jerry Johnson wnth a 350 average and Dave Johnson wath a 333 average The sluggnng average leader was Dave Johnson wnth a fune 636, followed by Jerry Johnson wuth a 606 average Freshman Bull Crnbbs contrubuted some excellent work and packed up two vnctorues Tom Moyes led underclassmen contributed to the season wuth only two veterans beung mrssed nn the T960 season : e i , . e s , c , n cnnin , i is n, v , i r , i arr , I i . z enni u , on v r, in , , ' u , r r. . . 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' L w 3. if E '27- Q, ' 1 Av Aafmzf 417902057 amp dlormg ever. . . 5'- l E .W Qmfmi Qisfriv 1 :Sb ' P I 's-Q. 7 L fAL5.50L O0lfL6LlfU6L I Durung the T959 60 school year we enthusuastlcally attended many dances We started the year off wnth the dances held after football games Ne were all un good spnruts at these dances because our football team had a very good season and we wut nessed many vnctornes We especnally remember the Homecomnng dance where our queen and her court relgned an festuve splendor Our basketball dances also added to the Important hnghlnghts of the school year These dances held after some very Important and close games augmented evennngs of excutement Another very Important dance which was made successful by the hard work ofthe P T A was the Chrustmas Prom Tnnsel Twlrl Thus dance wuth mognlfncent decoratlons set off our holiday festlvntues and began a new tradutaon for North Muskegon ,Nb CLASS OFFICERS Lefttoknght Mr John Halmond Mr HomerVcnHoesen advusors Iro Bunk president Jcne Marquard secretary Judy Toy treasurer Fred Damm vnce presndent CLASS COLOR opal blue CLASS FLOWER red rose CLASS MOTTO Prepared In Mnnd And Resources 861, 8145 'Nur- RANDY MARKHAM VGledICfOl'lCI'l JANE MARQUARD sqlufqfgr IGH KEITH IRVING ALLEN Good looking Keith enioys water skiing and swimming in the summer-time. He is also a deer hunting enthusiast. After he graduates from high school, he plans to enter Western Michigan University and become a draftsman. CARMEN JOYCE ANDERSON Carmen s an expert at baton twirlnng she s also interested in bowling, loves to roller skate and see movies Dark haired hazel eyed Carm likes sunny days sharp clothes Her future lues In office work she d enloy being a secretary MARY ELLEN ANDERSON Muslcally talented Mary Ellen plays both flute and pnccolo sews some other clothesbesldes She d rather spend her week ends swimming or ice skating depending on the season than on homework After business school, Mary would like to become a secretary MARY BECKWI TH AU STI N Mary likes people and people like Mary Terrific on drums Mary s Interests lne in music and after her summerin Europe in foreign customs and people A leader in many clubsat N M she s found time to be tops in classroom endeavors too After college Mary plans on C TeCChIDQ CCTCEY eniom ROBERT ALLAN BAKER Bob, an honor student, enioys water skiing in summer and watching television anytime. Musically talented, he plays both cornet and piano. Bob plans to go to college, later enter the field of dentistry. WILLIAM ALBERT BAKER Bull s an all around guy class leader good student nice e ow H s a philate stamp collector has fun bowling and ice skating to notch in track wtll e has a good head for figures the mathematical kind and after college, plans a career In research chemistry IRA MAYER BANK Tops at basketball and tennis lra is interested nn all sports Oz has a good sense of humor, too He s active in school clubs popular with both gals and guys Class president this year, Ira has a good head on his shoulaers His future plans include col lege later he d like being a lawyer SHERYL ANN BANNINGA Sheryl expresses herself well writing or talking In her spare time she likes reading writing to her pen pals and listening to good music She makes her own music on the piano loves skiing on snow or water and walking in the rain Chicago s her favornte city and after college she d like to be an air line hostess with home base there NANCY LOUISE BARLOW Nan likes having fun but she has a serious sioe, oo She d like to attend business school later become a private ecretary She plays clarinet in band enloys swimming badminton and writing DENNIS ROYAL BATES Dennis is a sportsman H loves hunting and fishing has fun skiing in winter swimming IH summer He stops on the track team especially at pole vaulting Dennis is the quiet serious type So far he sn t sure what he d like to do after high school but you can bet that whatever he decides on h ll do well PENELOPE ANN BEACH Penny is cute as a button and has a good sense of humor too She s atop baton twirler' so good at itthat she gives lessons! She likes to watch all sports and participates in some . Penny likes having fun and also enjoys working with child- ren a quality that will be a definite attribute in her hoped- for career as a pediatrician or a child psychiatrist. MARJORIE SUE BENNETT Sue has a good sense of rhythmg plays piano, drums, and is good dancer, too. "Suzie " also enjoys bowling, swimming an ice skating. Sue has a good sense of humor. After college, she'd like to become a teacher. FREDERICK LEE BROWN Fred s a likeable fellow with a quiet sense of humor and a sincere friendliness for people He enloys hunting and fishing has a talent for woodworking in which field he has won ad vancecl shop awards Fred wants to loan the Air Force later attend a trade school JANICE MARIE BUDNIK Jan is great at roller skating one of her favorite sports She enloys playing records and having fun Easy going Janice has a ready smile and a sunny disposition Her future plans include business school then she d like to be o secretary or stenographe DENNIS FRANKLIN BURMEISTER nnls says he s a p a ordinary boy ' but he s tops a football friendly witw people. He likes television sports and parties. He plans on attending college' his far- off future is undecided as yet. YVONNE GAY CARLSEN Yvonne is the quiet type. She collects records, has fun roller skating, bowling, or horseback riding. She also enioys draw- ing and painting. Her future plans include business school. 1.fs VIKKE MERETE VISSING ANDERSEN CASPERSEN Vrkke s a gurl of many moods and In all of them her cute n crazy personaluty shines through She loves anrmals s the outdoor type who enloys swnmmnng hrknng and rndung horses Vlkke s a genius wrth a paunt brush plays the flute wrntes well too Lake Mtch :gan rs her passron-any fume of the year After college she d luke to travel perhaps as an our lnne hostess ROBERT LOUIS CIHAK Bob s great at football, loves other sports, too He enloys huntlng and flshnng, and sung ang In has church cholr After college Bob plans on a career nn conservatuon STEPHEN HENRY CLINK III Steve s a whnz at tenms and football could talk has way out of almost any situation He llkeswrnter sports especial ly sknng S eve s happy dns posxtnon wnll be an asset nn whatever profession he enters after college RALPH JAY CONOVER Jay s from Atlanta Georgra and has smooth Southern accent and manner have made hum popular wrth the Yankees at N M Jay has a puxne sense of humor also excels an foot ball and baseball He wants to be a doctor after college JANET LOUISE COOPER Jan loves math, feels solving problems as a challenge to her For fun Janet lukes readmg good books hnknng and watch mg basketball games Janet loves chuldren and plans on teachmg rn elementary grades NICOLE JO COOPER Nrkkr s pretty and smart too One of her favorite pastxmes ls party going She also sews some of her own clothes She d luke a career nn the fashnon world luke merchandasung DARLENE MARIE CORRADI N Darlene loves to be around people She s Interested rn many sports from Ice skatnng and lukmg to swnmmsng and baatlng Corrdnnu as she s sometumes called, lakes all kinds of musnc enloys dancing too After frrst attendung business college Darlene would lake to be a practncal nurse THOMAS CHARLES COUSINEAU Tom as outstandmg nn all sports has starred rn football basket ball and track He s musnoal ly nnclmed too plays both pnano and tuba Tom s a class leader a mce fellow too After college he d luke to be a manufacturer s agent FREDERICK RUSSELL DAMM Handsome Fred us a sku en thusuast also lukes golf and bug ten football He has also made hus mark un football and basketball at North Muskegon He reads constantly conse quently us a good oonversatuon alust After college Fred wull enter the busuness world SALLY ANNE DERRICKSON The Norse Star and allued actuvutues have guven Sal a chance to dusplay her luterary talents Her hobbues are wrut ung readung fushung and campung un the great outdoors study uournalusm and Spanush at M S U Her ultumate aum us to wrute travel and teach Spanush JOYCE ELAINE DUSENBE RRY Joyce us a fruendly gal wuth useful talents luke cookung and sewung She also enuoys danc ung After graduatuon Joyce would luke to attend busuness school and later become o secretary LESLIE ROBERT EYESTONE Bob us an outdoorsman H loves to fish, and us especually fond of deer huntung He s also fascunated by furearms Bob s talents lue un undustrual arts and he enloys buuldung thungs Hus future plans are as yet un decuded JANE ANN FARRIS Jane s pert fruerudly und pretty too She s beer class queen twuce un her hugh chool career As a varsuty cheer leader she s also unterested un sports Jane has lots of tact and duplomacy whuch wull serve her well un euther of the fuelds secretarual work or teachung she decades to enter JANICE ELAINE GILBERT Jan s a versatule gurl he likes hukung readung and buke rudung she also enloys sewung and bakung Her secret ambutuons unclude an urge to travel Jan us especually un college would luke to be a socual worker LINDA ANN GI LROY Gully us a talented dancer dabbles un oul pauntung She loves ta talk She lukes people wuth a sense of humor she has a muschuevous one herself After graduatuon Lunda plans to attend beauty college NANCY RUTH GIRDLER Nancy s a sweetue wuth lots of personaluty and talent A member of the Homecomung Court Nan s pretty and musuaal too She plays puano and comet and sungs also Nancy wrutes enloys readung loves to talk She especually lukes people o qualuty whuch wull prove an asset un aruythung she undertakes She d luke a Cafeef' ln ell'l'lel' ITIUSIC Ol' psychology - -- - u - . . 1 I . . , ' I I - - - ' . . S , . . . f , - . ' uu uu ' ' ' . , dv - . , . . I S . V . . . I . I . . - . , I . . , . I , . I . . . with her family. She plans to terested In people, and, after . I . ' I I . . . ,, . ,, . I . ' . I . -- I . I . . ' e , . . . , . . . , , - I I I u - . , S . - I I I . . u ., THOMAS LLOYD GRITZMAKER A boy with a natural aptitude for moth and science, Tom plans to go into these fields after college He enloys all sports and does a lot of hunting throughout the year Tom possesses a kindly disposition He s always willing ta help a friend he has no enemies MARLEA EMMA GUBERG Marlea s a cheerful person For fun, she likes bow ing also enloys singing in her church choir and writing let ters After graduation Marlea would like to enter the Women s Air Force for awhile PATRICIA ANN HARRINGTON Pretty Pat plays French horn in the band, also is talented in the writing field. Pat likes swimming and boating is good at bowling, too. After col- lege, Pat plans on becoming a nurse. GEORGE ERN EST HUCH George's main interest is auto- mobiles. He enioys working on them, and he has become so skilled that he customized his own. A gun collector also, George uses his trophies to hunt woodland creatures-- especially deer. After gradua- tion, George plans on attend- ing trade school. BONNIE LEE HUMPHRI ES Bonnie is a peppy cheerleader She s a sports fan likes skat ing swimming, and water skiing, is a good dancer be sides After graduation Bonnie would like to go into secretarial work NICOLE HUNT Nicki plays the piano in her spare time She s an outdoor gal who likes horse back rid Ing playing badminton and swimming Interested rn be coming a secretary, Nicki plans to enterthe business world after graduation THOMAS WILLIAM HUNTOON Tom s o character with a good sense of humor and a cheerful grin to prove it. He s a spo - man--hos fun hunting and fish- ing--and likes swimming too. Tinkeringwith cars is a favorite pastime with Tom. After col- lege he d like to do some- thing inthe business world. MARY .IANUSIEWICZ Mary's pert and pretty, and witty, too. Mary loves camp- ing out and all that goes with it--swimming and water skiing, and in winter, ice skating. She plays the piano. Mary likes children, after college she would enioy teaching. IW' gil 'WIWFI ALFRED MATHEW JOHNSON Al s a new student this year A nice fellow his favorite pastimes are outdoor sports like hunting ana fishing After graduation Al plans to loin the Navy and see the world FRANK DAVID JOHNSON Frank s a football fan enloys both playing and watching He s also a mighty hunter After graduation Frank plans to loin the Air Force and see the world JEFFERY E JOHNSON Jeff s a good football player participates notably in track too Jeff s sociable also he loves party going has many friends among both sexes For the future Jeff s not cer tain what he d like to do DARLENE ELIZABETH JONES Darlene s a doll pretty sweet and talented as a baton twrrler She has fun skating and enloys dancing too Darl was on Homecoming Court this year She plans on college after that would like to become a secretary BARBARA ELLEN JUELL Barb likes reading and watch lf'iQI'eIEVlSIOl'1 for relaxing For fun she swims and dances She s a cheerful gal a good worker too After college she plans to become a dental assistant KENNETH RICHARD KARAFA Ken spends his spare time with cars He enloys working on them has become skilled at restoring and souping them p Badminton as Ken s favor :te sport He hasn t made def mute plans for the future as yet WILLIAM JOHN KARRY Bl ll s a handsome fellow with many talents He s musically inclined plays four different instruments and was tops as Drum Malor this year Popular with both sexes Bill s dlstm guished himself in classroom ac ivities oo B ll has a great gift of gab a mis chievous sense of humor tal ents as a diplomat-all of which helped make his summer in Europe memorable His im mediate plans include col lege he s undecided about the far-off future SALLY ANN KNUDSEN Sally has pretty red hair and blue eyes She s talented musically plays the French horn Bowling and skating top her list of favorite sports She d like to attend business school later become o secre tary DENNIS KOZAREK Dennrs ns the qulet type Hunt :ng and frshung top hrs llst of favorites he lrkes almost all outdoor sports After gradua hon Dennus would luke to enter the Arr Force ROGER RAYMOND LANDON Roger s a Robnn Hood at heart shootnng hrs bow and arrow ns favorute pastime He enloys workxng wxth has hands and would luke to enter trade school after graduation Tool and due makung ns hrs chosen professron GAIL MARGUERITE LINAU Gaul has lots of personalnty a cute sense of humor Playlng the clarunet us her talent and her favorlte out of school pastumes are sport luke hukung and horseback rudung After graduatnon Gaul plans ta enter nurses traunnng MARY LU LOD ER Mary s a fun lovung gal A good student Mary lnkes to play the puano enloys swam mnng skung and hnkung After college she d luke to become either an elementary teacher or a medncal tech nologrst BONNIE LOU LOVE Bonnue s pretty and sweet She has sparkling green eyes and us very femunme She lakes t boggamng enloys watching belueve It or notl wrestlung on helevusuon and us good at roller skatung Bonnne would luke to do some kmd of offnce work after graduatlon RANDY GORDON MARKHAM Randy s a budding Elnstem he s tops In math and science He s also a sportsman spends a lot of tnme rn the great out doors hunting and frshmg Archery and canoeing are favornte pastimes too Randy plans to study engmeerung at college DONALD RAYMON D MARQUARD Musuc us Don s special abnlnty he s been actuve nn band domgs throughout hrs hugh school career Don lxkes sports of all sorts and traveling Don s a truly nnce guy us frnendly and suncere He d luke to enter the musical professnon after college JANE E LVA MARQUARD Jane s an mdrvndualust a well lnked responsuble person Musucally talented she plays puano and French hom Jane s actuve nn many clubs and ns also a good student She plans to attend college f'i,A1'ltn 1? gn J S we live Sf 1 Aff' TOM ORIN MCKINLEY Tom s a happy fellow whose rn terests center around mechanucs and enguneermg After Col lege, an fact, he d luke to be come a clvrl engrneer Tom s a lover of the great outdoors he lakes huntung fespecnally deer huntmgl swrmmxng, and canoenng JOHN SCOTT MCLAUGHLI N Happy go lucky Scott has fun wherever he goes rf he doesn t fund lt, he provides rt hnrnselfl Scott lakes sports huntrng, and cars He plans to further hrs echoatran at lunnor college rs undecrded about a career CLARA RUTH MIERENDORF Clara s knnd and frnendly a true Curl Scout at heart She s a musnc lover, also enloy sports summers md collectnng cartoons Clara plans to go on to college, after that become c certufued publec accountant DOLLENE ANN MIESCH Doll rs a female Gene Krupa on drums When she taps a rhythm on the sknns, everyone feels the beat uncludmg Dollene She also possesses a grggle fshe calls ut a cacklel that trckles the rubs of all who hear her Doll s ambltron rs to have her own band someday Srnce she s also Interested rn sports though, Dollene mrght teach ys ed TERRY BANLI NE MlLLS Terry s the qunet type bu her qunetness rs becomrng Typrcal of many Narsemen Terry s mterests center around lake actlvltles luke swimming and ace skatmg Watchmg football games ls another favorite pastrme far Terry A good student, Terry plan to attend college but :sn t Sure about plans after that JUDITH ELLEN MIRKLE Pert and blonde Judy has a mrschnevous sense of humor enloys playnng practrcal lokes She s fond of sports on land or sea and knuckle crackers drive her crazy After gradua tion, Ju plans on gunnor col lege or busuness school SAMUEL JOSEPH MISZEWSKI Sam rs a born artust wrth a talent that may put hum In Who s Who one day A bus: nessman too, Sam has has own company The Snowy Cheer Compmy whrch specualnzes rn cente pueces, Jewelry and corsages for holrdays Sam would engoy teachmg art and hrstory on the hugh school level, maybe dabbllng In oll pamtrng on the snde Sam rnterests are artxstuc reaclrng speech and dramatrcs, and collectuons of all krnds WI LFOQD SAMUEL Ml TCHELL Sam 5 the hunter trader trapper type who has fun partrcupatmg an outdoor sports lce frshmg ns hrs specnal favorrte Sam also likes tlnkerrng wxth auto mobnles After graduatuon he d luke ta pursue thus Interest further and become a mednannc , . - , . 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H ,M 4 5 4 i ' 7'ts 'Elf 3' .. 1. - r - - ., ,, . . . . . . - . . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . , SANDRA LEE MORGAN Sandy sungs luke a nughtungale and has entertauned at many dances She also dances was a star performer un the N M dancung corps that performed at football games thus year ln her spare tume, Sandy sews and sungs She plans to at tend college would luke to study psychology WAYNE FREDERIC MUNFORD A new student un hus senuor year Wayne came from Montague He launched hus hugh school career at N M by becomung a furst rate football player on the varsuty team Besudes athletucs Wayne s unterests unclucb huntung After gradua tuon he plans to enter a brandu ofthe armed forces HAYKO MUNTINGA Hayko, exchange student from Stollberg Gerrrumy, us a gufted puanust and an excellent swum mer Hayko lukes Amerxcans especual ly enuoys dancung and reodung He plans to attend a unuversuty un Germany and later hopes to become a physucust LOIS MARIE NASH Lous us unterested un art, and her hobbues of pauntung and workung wuth ceramucs reflect ut Lo lukes horses too and enuoys lustenung to both clas sucal musuc and pop tunes Lous future wull unclude art school after whuch she d luke to enter the fueld of comrnercual ar DOUGLAS EUGENE NELSON Handsome Doug has specual mechanucal abulutues he espe cually enuoys workung on cars For fun Doug lukes to hunt uce skate, and water sku Doug us unterested un sports a pru r to an unuury actuon, he was very actuye un them Doug plans on uunuor college may become a me chanuc ELOISE ANN OLDING Fruendly and popular Ollue lukes best to talk or watch foot ball and basketball games She also has fun dancung and uce skatung un both she excels or playung clarunet un band E louse would luke to attend col lege, later become a meducal technucuan SAMUEL MACBAI N OLIVER Sam s quuet fruendly and kund He has specual abulutues un the lune of mechanucs, also enuoys outaoor sports musuc, and scuence Hus future, as he now plans ut us unterestung well as noble furst luberal arts graduate work un theology then, the munustry DAVID EARLE OLSEN Dave has a keen sense of humor enloys goofung off' as he terms ut He lukes spectator sports of baseball and football has fun huntung and fushung as well Jet engunes fascunate hum After graduatuon he plans to enter the servuce Hus am butuono To remaun a bachelor' RICHARD THOMAS OVERKAMP Dick s athletic' he excelled in football and track He s big of heart ns quick wntted in class and out Dick would like a career in the enguneer mg field BONNIE LOUISE PARSONS Bonnie possesses a slightly wacky and decidedly mis rh evous sense of humor coupled with a keen under standing of human nature She likes all kinds of sknng enloys playing the piano Bonnie s bright, but as yet ns undecided about future plans after col ege ME LVIN ALLEN PORTER Mel enloys watching and par tucnpating in sports like foot ball baseball, and basketball He works with his hands cheerful, and always willing to lend a hand when help is needed Mel s still uncertain about his future JANICE KAN PROCTOR Jan s a bright, even tempered redhead whose main interests include swimming, skating and music She s been tops as a clarinet player in band Jan is certain about her future she wants a nursing career SANDRA SUE RAMEY San ra s a quiet girl . e spends spare time bowling or roller skating or having fun with her gal pals San would like to be a beautucuan and planson attending beauty col lege after graduation JAMES FRANKLIN READ Jim is fun loving a trait, he claims, that often makes all sorts of interesting things hap pen Jim s quick with a qunp likes girls and music excels at tennis and skiing For the future Jim plans on college CARL ROY Rl TTMAN Carl entered N M os a lunnor, since then has proved himself tops in football and basketball Carl s easygoing, friendly manner has made him a favorite among both gurls and boys He enloys mechmrcal work espe cially on cars, a pastime that may figure in his future CYNTHIA ELIZABETH ROSS Cynny s petite and pretty, a talented dancer with lots of pep and personality Interested In music Cynthia plays both the plana and baritone She spent last summer in Europe an especially exciting ex pernence for her, since she is interested in the arts After college Cynthia would like a career in elementary educa tion JO ELLEN SANDWICK Pretty blue-eyed Jody looked ravishing in the queen's home- coming court. A good seam- stress, she sews most of her clothes. Jody is also a good cook . For the future she would like to go into the home e- conomics field. HENRY JOHN SCHILLACI Henry s favorite sports include boating and water skiing He also loves to work on cars During the winter he enroys ice skating and ice boating After he goes to oollege Henry would like to become an ar chntect RAY GLEN SCOUGALE Roy's o shy guy. His main delight in life is tinkering with automobiles. His mechanical inclinations may lead him to a career in a related field. LARRY LEE SEASTROM Good looking Larry is an out door sports enthusiast-he espe cially likes to go deer hunting He spends his spare time work ing on automobiles After high school he would like to enter trade school JANET KAY SCHUITEMAN Janet is a friendly fun loving gal She likes all outdoor sports skating toboggamng and swimming Janet is also a good bowler After graduation, she would like to prepare for becoming a nurse CAROL ANN SCHULTZ Happy go lucky Carol loves having a good time In the summer she likes to go swim ming, camping, and water ski ng, in the winter to ga ing She plans to become a secretary after she graduates MARIE ELENA SEUFFERT Elena loves having a good time Soupne s favorite pastimes include ice skating, swimming and watching foot ball games A pizza enthu siast, Elena plans to become an elementary teacher after graduation KAREN JEAN SKOFIC Karen s a top typist likes to read swim ice skate Skof' is also a whiz in the homemok ing department she cooks de licrously, sews well too CONSTANCE SUE SMITH Connie has plenty of pep and energy and a friendly grin that makes her a cheerful addihon to any pralect She likes lust plain having fun Interested in sports, she wants to teach physncal education someday CAROL ANN STAFFORD Carol s sincere sweet and friendly enloys working with people She d lnke teaching or social work after college For the most part Carol is the indoor type but her favorite outdoor sport is toboggamng PHILIP PAUL STEVENS abulitiesin the fields of science and math ln addition he s talented musically plays the saxo one -and athletically he plays a good game of tennis He s especially interested in radio and photography H plans on college, probably will choose an engineering career JACK EDWARD TAYLOR Jack loves life in the outdoors, especially hunting He s also intrigued by the mechanical mysteries of the automobile Jack plans on lunior college, then Coast Guard training BARBARA ANN THOMAS Barb s atop malorette, in terested in and good at danc ing, too She s a good cook especially where pizza s in volved and, like every typical teen, likes fun and good times She plans on entering some profession that will allow her to work with people FREDERIC MONTGOMERY THOMAS Sandy s the playboy type he s crazy about cars and en loys working with them or racing them Musically in clnned he plays both cornet and guitar He has a logical mind and is interested in en gmeering as a career JUDITH ANN TOY beautiful and was a radiant Homecoming Queen this year She lakes all kinds of sports, enloys playing clarinet in the band hates last minute rushes Judy wants to study nurse s training after high school JERALYN HAYES VAIL Jeri has a vivacious, pixne personaluty She likes her fun inthe sun enloys swimming tennis skiing Jeri smusucal, too she plays both French horn and cornet Jeri likes children wants a career in elementary education ' . - - . -I - I Phil is gifted with superior Judy is "tall, blonde, and ph - . T- . . . . . , I . , . . . , . 1 e . . . 0 RUSSELL WAYNE VANDERWI ER Russ is super smart in the science field robbers well in English Germm cnd Spanish He likes people too Russ spent an eventful summer in Europe where he had a chance ro observe the people and speak Germcn with the natives Russ plans on college will probably study in the science fue d JOANN VANDONKELAAR JoAnn is talkative but she s a good listener, too She s crazy about football games, loves to listen to pop music JoAnn would like to be a secretary and will probably attend business school after graduation JOHN MARSHALL WALKER John s a budding vonBraun has a mind geared to math and science. Accordingly he s decidedto study nuclear ysics at college. John s hobbies include music--he plays piano and vialin-- otogra y, and ice skating. GERALD ROSS WALSWORTH Gerald--called "Wally" by his pals--spends much of his out- of-schoal time tinkering with the intricate parts of auto- mobiles, a pastime he thor- oughly enioys. Gerald also enioys roller skating. He isn't sure about his plans for the future as yet. PAULA JEAN WALTER Paula s a loyal fan of foot ball and basketball she also enloys swimming dancing, and playing the piano Paula wants ta be a secretary and plans to attend a business school after graduation CHARLES LEE WALTERS Science and math are Chuck s specialties he s a veritable Univac at times' He s also interested in mechanical draw mg Chuck plans on college he ll probably study engineer in HARRY WAYNE WHI TTAKER Harry s favorite way to spend week ends hunting or fishing He s a ski-enthusiast oo prefers snow-skiing to water- skiing. Harry has made no definite plans for his future though he would like to attend iunior college. FREDERIC ELMAN WILKS Fred's a born photographer, a good musician. He likes to take his motorcycle apart, and has no trouble putting it back together . Being annual staff photographer keeps him ' an the ga" much of the time, "J. Fred" would like a career in science or music. RICHARD BROOKE WILSON Dick's terrific at track, un- beatable at basketball, and is, in addition, one nice guy. He's been an active member of Student Council for his en- tire high school career, ev- idence of his popularity among his classmates. He plans to attend college, may study busi- ness administration. ELDEN JOHN WOLTI NG Elden enjoys all sports, but he especially likes hunting and water skiing. He also is in- terested in photography and art. Elden would like to at- tend college but is not sure what he would like to study. DOROTHY NAVADA WOOD Navada has a sunny disposi- tion. She likes her fun in the sun, too -- especially sports like tobogganing, swimming, and ice skating. Navada's future? Probably teaching -- she likes children. LINDA LEE WOODHOUSE Linda likes all sports, but her favorites are water skiing and horse back riding. 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Multi-colored aluminum streamers adorned the ceiling. Colored lights played on a flower be-decked fountain in the center of the room. Vikke Casperson's "statue" at a Grecian girl lent atmosphere to the room, as did the "birds of paradise" in their gilded cages. Ray Reynolds' orchestra played soft 'n' sweet music as the dancers drifted in dream-like dry ice mist, pausing occasionally to rest on the orante lawn furniture and to admire the beautiful live roses that artistically climbed trelleses near the sides of the gym. The prom itself ended at the golden hour of midnight, but parties at Wendy Morris' home, and the Yacht Club, went on far into the night, winding up ata breakfast at Janet Read's home. Committees who made Garden of Paradise an affair to remember: Jane Farris, decorations, Judy Toy, refreshments, Bill Karry, tickets, Sally Derrickson, publicity, Eloise Olding, programs, Mary Austin, entertainment, Tom Cousineau and Sheryl Banniga, orchestra, Sandy Thomas, set-up, Jeri Vail and Elena Seuffert, chaperons, Steve Clink and Jay Conover, safety, Jody Sandwick, invitations, Bill Baker and Randy Markham, clean-up. The committees were headed by Cynthia Ross and Dick Overkamp, prom co-chairmen. Couples twirl to dreamy music in a Garden of Paradise To sparkling fountain in fantasyland. Jane Marquard gives Randy Markham some learned advice on how to mop a floor Randy and Jane are likely to succeed at almost anything they tackle but we suspect their ambitions include loftier goals than the one pictured f-fe-'sr' ,W N.,-N-N-. Steve Clinlc aims a limp fire hose at Eloise C OSS. ' h lm Olding. Eloise won t get wet t oug cause Steve forgot to break the seal on the buzzer This pair usually has fun with mischief in mind, and were aptly named Class Cut-ups. Cynthia Ross and Jim Read are tops at tripping the light fantastic. From bop to fox trot, Cynny and Jim are in the spot light as best dancers inthe Mary Austin and lra Bank are best all- around-in beauty, brains, talent, and general " likeablenessl' -dal n-M iii? 4' , lf no-'swml' Af' Sandy Thomas grves Nnlckn Cooper the e e as she proceeds down the ball These two were given the title Class Flrrts No monkeys nn a glass menagerle are Carol Stafford and Don Marquard A frnendly grnn and a clweerful word are trademarks of the most friendly panr rn the Semor Class A4 ,MQMM ,. cgi, N ,,. V W , , W s . , -new 1' 4, . ,K nf . 3 'I ' , J it 1 Q ' " 7 ' . . . . ,' if - 1 9: 'A We ? 't'f ' ,V 3 ., .- :it 'y?f'L'f-CQ , . gli!! I ' if 2 ,. 'f-, ag 179, , I . 'x J Z , . ,, 3 . . . . -C Q f 5 ' I gf' , 1773, I A. 5 rf- I W an KPFW1-f Basketball boy Tom Cousuneau shows Dollene Mresch the best way to grnp the ball when plannnng a well placed shot Dollene, G.A.A. star, watches wuth polute Interest, but fshhhll at the gals played the guys ln basketball, she'd gave Tom some serrous competutnonl Nancy Gnrcller plays a tune on the pnano whsle Sam Mreszewsku sketches the scene. Nancy plays cornet as well as piano, sings too Sam spent some study time rn Florida on an art scholarshrp. They are the class's most talented couple. uihavlv Judy Toy s a lrvln doll and her blonde beauty nsn't lost on handsome Duck Wu lson who nsn't really interested rn the encyclopedna on hrs lap Judy was Homecomnng Queen, Duck was much In demand as an escort proof that they are the class s best looklng paur 'll l R 1 Q5 ' I gf: I , gf. as 7 " ' -1' V ' Jiffy 6 2 L Q . 2 - s 4 ., 1. . A ,V K. , gy ,. Q ' 'A my ,Vi s ' ' ' A , f ' . I I I I , , : 1 1. R I . . X A, fm I .Y ' I ' j.Qsffzx,,s A fp 3 71" sv ...Q .N-my V 7 ' ,. . 'J 2-'Q.'+p-mJ- Fred Domm doesn t molce has own clothes as does Jody Sondwnck but both ore beoutn fully dressed Fred has a dozen pours of shoes nt seems all mlrror brnght cmd Jody has some unusual frocks she s desugned herself Pat Horrmgton Instens to Jock Taylor s lane wnth stars an her eyes The Class of 60 s cutest couple Pot and Jock ore longtime steodles Terry Malls ond Dennns Kozorek ore quiet ond o luftle shy tall you get to know them Terry hos o cute sense of humor 'neoth the plocnd exterior, that goes for Dennus, too M-.8-,,,,.... F.---,,,.... lllll 5 N L P11101 KEITH ALLEN Track I 2 3 4 vofmyclub 3 4 CARMEN ANDERSON mmorerte 1 2 Y rem I Y F C 3 4 MARY ANDERSON-Future Accountants 2 3 A F H A 2 erm I 2 3 4 Y F MARY AUSTIN Pep Club 1 Band I 2 3 4 Y teens I 2 3 4 president 2 reserve cheerleader I Pep Band I 2 3 4 Band Folltes, exchange assembly I 2 3 c ss secretary I class vlce president 3 F T A 2 3 vrce presrdent 3 Honor Socrety 3 4 Norse Star I 2 Student Councrl alternate 4 exchange student to Europe 3 Prom Commrttee 3 BOB BAKER Honor Socrety 4 Annual Stott 4 Band I 2 3 4 Y F C 3 secretary 3 vrce presldent 4 WILLIAM BAKER class vrce-presrdent I class treasurer 3 StJdentCauncrl 2 4 treasurer 4 asst business manager afAnnual 3 busrness manager 4 Honor Society 3 4 presrdent 4 homeroom presrdent-3 4 parade marshal 4 Varsrty Club 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Math Club 3 IRA BANK-Football I Basketball I 2 3 4 Tennrs I 2 3 4 Vasrty Club 3 4 treasurer 4 Juvenule Jury 3 4 Safe teens 3 4 Student Councrl I 2 3 class executrve baard 3 class presrdent 4 Honor Sacrety 4 SHERYL BANNINGA Y teens 2 3 Y F C 3 Annual Staff 2 3 Norse Star 3 4 features edrtor 3 4 F T A 2 3 4 Chrontcle Staff 3 4 class vrce presrdent 2 Drama Club 4 Prom Commrttee 3 Juvenlle Jury 4 homeroom secretary 4 G A A 3 NANCY BARLOW-Band I 2 3 4 Y F C 3 4 Future Accountants 2 3 4 Norse Star busrness manager 4 DENNIS BATES Band 1 Bowling I 3 4 Football 3 Varsrty Club 3 4 Track 2 3 4 PENNY BEACH Y teens I 2 3 4 class secretary 2 Student Councrl I 4 secretary 4 Annual Stott 3 4 sales edltor 4 G A A 2 3 4 molorette 2 3 head malorette 3 PepClub 3 4 Drama Club 4 Juvemle Jury 3,4 secretary Inter school Student Councrl 4 BENNETBand I 2 34YteensI234 PepClbI234 GAA 2 F T A 2 3 secretary 3 presrdent 4 Band Follres I 4 Drama Club 4 FRED BROWN Y F C I 2 3 4 Qurz Team 4 Football I 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Varsrty Club 4 JANICE BUDNIK F H A 3 4 vlce president 4 Bowling 3 DENNIS BURMEISTER Football 3 4 YVONNE CARLSON F H A 2 3 4 VIKKE CASPERSON Band 1 2 3 4 Norse Star I 2 3 4 art edrtar 3 4 Annual Stott 3 4 copy edrtar 4 Pecuney Players 2 Y teens 1 2 G A A 2 3 Chronrcle Staff 3 4 Bana Councll 3 4 Usher Club 2 Drama Club 4 Prom Cammrttee 3 Honor Sacuety 4 BOB CIHAK-Football 2 3 4 Track I 2 Baseball 4 Bowling 3 4 STEVE CLINK Varstty Club 3 4 Student Councrl 4 class executlve board 3 Football 2 3 4 Tennus 3 4 Golf 2 Exchange Student to Europe 3 JAY CONOVER Football 3 4 homeroom treasurer 3 Baseball 3 4 Varsrty Club 4 class executrve board 3 JANET COOPER Y F C 2 3 4 Math Club 3 F T A 4 Y teens 4 Honor Socrety 4 NIKKI COOPER Y teens I 2 3 4 PepCIub 2 3 4 A DARLENE CORRADIN Charr I F N A 2 G A A 3 4 Y teen C TOM CQJSINEAU Bond I 2 3 4 Football I 2 3 4 co captain 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Track I 2 3 4 class president I 2 Student Councrl vrce presrdent 3 4 Varsrty Club I 2 3 4 presndent 4 Inter school Student Coancul 4 FRED DAMM Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Galt 1 2 3 4 Student Cauncll- I class president 3 class vlce president 4 SALLY DERRICKSON Honor Socrety 3 4 secretary 4 Norse Star I 2 3 4 edrtor n chret 3 4 Annual Staff 2 3 4 senror co editor 4 Chronrcle School Page I 2 3 4 Edrtor 3 4 Y teens I 2 3 4 secretary 3 reporter 4 Student Councrl 3 4 class executrve board 4 Usher Club 2 3 4 Pecuney Players 2 Drama Club 4 Pram Commrttee 3 JOYCE DUSENBERRY F H A I 2 3 4 vrce presrdent 4 Y teens 2 Bowlrng 3 BOB EYESTONE JANE FARRIS Y teens I 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 vice pesrdent 4 president Pep Club I 2 3 presrdent 4 Norse Star 2 3 cheerleader 2 J 4 Queen sCourt I 2 JANICE GILBERT Y teens 1 2 F H A 1 4 treasurer Y F C 3 4 LINDA GILROY Y teens 2 3 4 float co chairman 4 NANCY GIRDLER Band I 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 4 Exchange Assembly I 2 4 Band res I 4 Norse Star 3 4 Y teens 1 2 3 4 PepC ub I 2 Bawlnng 2 Ann a Staff 3 4 musrc edrtar class executrve board 3 4 Student Councr alternate 4 homeroom vxce presrdent 3 Juvenrle Jury 3 4 TOM GRI TZMAKER Math Club 3 Bowlrng 3 4 Honor Sacrety 4 MARLEA GUBERG Charr I 2 Norse Smgers 4 PAT HARRINGTON Band-I 2 3 4 Norse Star-elementary edntor 3 exchange edrtor 4 Safe teem 4 Bowlrng 3 Y teens 2 3 4 Juvenrle Jury 4 Manners I 2 3 4 Chranrcle Staff 4 GEORGE HUCH Ll"?Ct0l"g BONNIE HUMPHRIES cheerleader I 2 3 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 vrce presr nt A I 2 secretary Y teens I 2 Lnbrary Club I treasurer KI HUNT Chour I 2 F H A 3 4 F C 3 4 Future Accountants I 2 3 4 TOM HUNTOON Band I 2 3 4 Annual Stott 3 MARY JANUSIEVVICZ PepClub I 2 3 4 Y ns I 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 Norse Star 2 3 4 Manners I 2 3 4 Juvenrle Jury 4 Prom Commrttee 3 ALFRED JOHNSON FRANK JOHNSON JEFF JOHNSON DARLENE JONES-G A A 2 3 Manners 1 2 3 4 Y teens I 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 matarette I 2 3 4 head marorette Queen sCourt 4 BARBARA JUELL Library Club I 2 Y teens 1 2 3 Norse Star 1 2 3 Pep Club KEN KARAFA BILL KARRY Bond 2 3 4 drum malor 4 Dance Bona 2 3 4 Band Councll 4 Pep Band 2 3 Honor Socrety 3 4 Safe teens 4 class executive board 3 F T A I Annual Stott 3 Prom Commvttee 3 Exchange Assembly 2 3 4 Band Follues 2 3 4 Exchange Student 3 SALLY KNUDSEN-Band I 2 3 4 Bowllng 2 3 Solo and Ensemble I 2 4 band cauncr 4 secretary 4 DENNIS KOZAREK ROGER LANDON GAIL LINAU Band I 2 3 4 Juvenrle Jury 4 Y teens 2 3 4 PepCluI:: Y 2 3 4 treasurer 4 MARY LODER G A A 4 Y teens I 2 3 4 Mariners 3 4 PepC b F T A 4 Annual Stott 2 3 4 Co edntor Senlars 4 homeroom vrce presrdent 3 secretary 4 Norse Star I Band 4 Float Co charrrnon BONNIE LOVE Pep Club 4 Y teens 4 F H A 4 Safe teens 4 Secretary 4 RANDY MARKHAM Norse Jets I 2 4 vrce presrdent 2 secretary 4 Math Club 3 Annual Staff 3 4 Library Club 4 Honor Society 4 Bawlvng 4 Track I 2 3 DON MARQUARD Norse Jets I 2 3 secretary 2 treasurer 3 Band I 2 3 4 Band Councrl 4 Charrman 4 Y F C I 2 3 4 vrce presrdent 3 presraent 4 Pep Bond I 2 3 4 Astronomers Club I secretary I Tennrs 2 3 4 executrve board 2, secretary 4 G A A 2 3 4 treasurer 2 Annual Stott 3 edrtor ad make up 4 class secretary 4 Math Club 3 Usher Club 3 TOM MCKINLEY Band I 2 Norse Jets 2 3 SCOTT MCLAUGHLIN Mosques 4 CLARA MIERENDORF-Chair 3 Band I G A A I 2 3 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SANDRA RAMEY JIM READ-anna-1,2,3,4, Bowling club-l,4, Annual sfnff-3, Tennis-l,2,3,4p Norse Jets-l,2.3,4. CARL RITTMAN-Student Council-45 Varsity Club-45 Vice-President-45 Football-45 Basketball-3,45 Track-3,4. CYNTHIA ROSS-Annual Staff-3,4, fefrtures editor-45 Pram Co-Chairman-35 float chairman-25 Band Follies-I ,3,45 Exchange Assembly-1, 3,45 exchange student to Europe-35 Band-l,25 Pep Bcmd-25 F .T.A.-2,3, historian-35 Y-teens-l ,Z, 3, 45 homeroom secretary-4. JOELLEN SANDWICK-F.N.A.-15 Norse Star-25 Y-runs-1,2,3,4, F.H .A.-2,3,4, parliamentarian-2, secretory-3, president-45 Junior Band-15 Homecoming Court-4. HENRY SCHILLACI-Football-3. JANET SCHUITEMAN-Library Club-1,25 Future Accountants-l ,25 Juvenile Jury-3,45 F .H .A.-i5 Safe-teens-45 Y-teens-l . CAROL SCHULTZ-Band-lp Y-teens-2, 3,45 Pep Club-l ,2,3,45 Annual Staff-45 Bowling-3. RAY SCOU GA LE LARRY SEA QTROM ELENA SEUFFERT-Bowling-1,25 Pep Club-l,2,3,45 F .T.A.-45 G.A.A.-l,2,3,4p Y-teens-l,2,3,4, KAREN SKOFIC-Band-I ,2,35 F .H .A .-2. SHARON SLUYTER-F .H .A .-45 Future Accountants-4. CONNIE SMITH-Library Club-lg Dramatics Club-45 homeroom vice-president-3,45 G .A .A .-I ,2, 3,45 Pep Club-l ,2, 3,45 Y-teens-l,2, 3,4, vice-president-45 Prom Committee-35 Band Follies-45 Exchange Assembly-45 Juvenile Jury-3,4. CAROL STAFFORD-class secretary-35 Norse Star-3, 4, Ad-Sales co-editor-45 homeroom vice-president-45 Y-teens-3,4, historian-45 Pep Club-3,4, president-45 class executive board-3. PHILIP STEVENS-Band-l,2,3,45 Norse Jets-i,2,3, treasurer-2, president-35 Tennis 253,45 Math Club-35 Photography Club-3, vice-president-3. JACK TAYLOR-Basketball-l,3,45 Photography Club-25 Dramatics Club-45 Safe-teens-45 Movie Crew-I ,2. BARBARA THOMAS-Y-teens-l ,2,3,45 maioretto-l ,2,3,45 Pep Club-2,3,45 Library Club-I , 2. FRED THOMAS-Norge Jets-l,2,35 Photography Club-25 Band-l ,25 Football-l . JUDY TOY-Bowling-15 F .N .A.-15 Student Council alternate-45 Pep Club-l ,2,3,45 Y-teens-l,2,3,45 Band-l,2,3,45 G .A.A.-l,2,3,45 Annual Staff-2,3,45 Organizations ca-editor-45 class treasurer-45 Honor Society-4. JERI VAIL-Band-l,2,3,45 Y-teen.-1,2,3,4, o.A.A.-1,2,3, Pep Club-1,2,4, F.T.A.- 45 Mariners-l,2,3,4. RUSSELL VANDERWIER-Norse Jets-3,45 Photography Club-3,45 Math Club-35 Honor Society-4. JOANN VANDONKELAAR-Y-teens-2, 3,45 Pep Club-3,4. JOHN WALKER-Norse Jets-2,3,45 Photography Club-3,45 Honor Society-3,45 Math Club-35 Varsity Club-45 Annual Staff-3,45 Track-l,2, 3,45 Football-lp Library Club-4. GERALD WALSWORTH PAULA WALTER-Library Club-2, 3,41 Future Accountants-4. CHARLES WALTERS-Norse Jets-2. HARRY WHITTAKER-Track-4. FRED WILKS-Band-I ,2, 3,45 Tennis-2, 35 Pep Band-1 , 25 Astronomy Club-15 Norse Jets-l ,25 Choir-I . DICK WILSON-Football-lj Basketball-2,3,45 Student Council representative-I ,2,3,4, Varsity Club-2, 3,45 class executive board-4. ELDEN WOLTING-Chair-if Bowling-3,45 Safe-teens-45 Y.F .C.-45 Library Club-4. NAVADA WOOD -Y .F .C .-2, 3, 45 Pep C luis-3, 45 Y-teens-2, 3, 45 F .T.A .-3,4. LINDA WOODHOUSE-Y-teens-l ,2. 'EWS he ,ag . V if A 8 I- 3, V!! if , A 1 .Q f ir.'U'n ' ' , 11 is , 4. . . rr- Q, ' , A ' ' A ' X A "' M ,Q , Q1 '., v 'f , M . ' Q. 0 .2 -4 new figs 4 iZ,i,.g ' ' 'IL' 'A-' '.n L .mia 5 Q, , . mlfdcw CALM OXZCHIQS L -su- BILL SHELDON presxde nf BONNIE WIEGERS treasurer -jx, IWTX DIANE NELSON secretory JOLYN READ vuce presrdenr EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS INCLUDE Bruce Baker Bull Busker Lando Llndrup Steve Joh nson Oscar Monmng 'gg . , IV 67' Q , X A a -1 xl :mit .- W I. 6 , , I , 5 ik ' EP J A yfnnlfora 436116 Journey . su The first few minutes of every morning are busy ones for Bill Sheldon. Here we see Bill giving a report on the class's activities-for which he is so famous. Bill's real day begins when he goes to chemistry-lsr hour He's trying to work the analytical balance. -sg. ,n It looks like 2nd hour is a breeze with Bill where we find him in American history class . Nxur ' 7 X, Q, X A ki ri-"M-' At i130 Bill slides into his seat in English III class where he's preoccupied in learning our own language. I ,' W it if 1 -Ve , A, - . 11 f . 1 3 45, int ,4 ,. -,ka m . lt's 5th hour for Bill, and he's in study hall. We're lucky we caught him on a clay he wasn't "standing up." 'Q' Ifiiml 'V .r From English to Spanish, and those lost -0' 55 minutes seem long. One may think Bill looks happy here, but l00ls 0? him someday when 3:30 comes around. 'iivx Q' Ann Anderson Paul Baskwell Georgia Bovd Maurice Carroll Judy DeLong Ralph Gibbs 82 it f x omiom L ' - + , as 1 L' G' - . 0 , -2:1 Q:-. if ' -ff 'Q 1 M., ' I G A K W r r if L 1. Barbara Mary Lou Norman Larry Bob Terry Bruce Arntz Ashley Assink Austin Bagby Bailey Baker 1 I . - in . ' B' 'Il -A 1 ' f 'li' I Y 5 ' ' all ' :ffl .I ,, f A .N w , Q . iw Q' H Ev! - 5-if M :iii . X'lYx i . V . . , Tom Ron Barbara Ed Geoff Bill Howard Beecham Beegle Berg Bergren Bernd Bissen BletSCl1 .ff CB-- L l ' , ., 'L . 2 Q i 5' , al A? M lj L . if ,i'. . ggi, ,, ,, . , i K 3 James Ted Sharon Annette Bill Wke James Brink Brown Budnick Bullock Bllsker Burrous COTY i I U P. I CJ 6 A by 471 Y A Q.. 'Y A 'le-,L ' '.:' 1 A I iff Q 'X w X ' K 0 -L K Rodney Sue Barb Chuck Dove Paul Brenda Chilcore Cone Cooper Cronick Crouch Curtis Dake l m ' i- C q , A , ' 1 Q, 1 ' Q, Q., ' ,.., A A , I A iw if . if i f K , , I A an Don Roger Bruce Judy Nancy James DeVries DeWaters Dulin Dybos Erickson Foote Funnell if ' -.un 62 1 - '- 5' 'I S L 1 Q 1::' 5. y, 'A A 1 h A -lean CarOl9rIe Louis Carol Pat Mike Sue Gifford Gillespie Girdler Gish Goff Griffith Grimard Q' , Terry Grimard ,-3 Ji? 5- 'Wv Judy Hopper 4 6' V 4"-.4 Joyce Kersting Lindo Llndrup Barb Mcl lwain Q A ac 'L LL Diane Nelson Louise Grimm 1 Joe Horvath Kathy Kieft Deloris Long Bill McNiff Us its l .. A Gi V ,, '- ,ft 43? yy . Ron Norton C in Toni Gurn 9 1 1 Larry Hovey Joni Klecko '-'Cr A Karen Maqnuson Lureen MCNIH V, I I .A- Jett Olds omzfom X, Terry Hanes tal Stan Jan in Barb Koch Andrew Manning A Jerry Meil '. li"- Donna Olejarczylc ,F Rick Harris James Johnson 3 4 B5 Diane Krueger A Oscar Manning C G.. Via. ' any Gary Moa re C- Q? bue Oliver ..., by 'lbw 'lf' PGUl Phyllis Wayne l'l0SSellr1lr Hinkle Holmes K.. 5' N ' + S Q, an vrlt, 8 tx Nate Sandra Corene Johnson Johnson Johnston g M , Y Dick Judy Carol Krukowski Kubon Lindloncl we U 5 iq Y "f , Cl . , , ' ' y Svxl I J ce., Dorthy Cynthia Dave Marlowe Marquard Martin ...Q J N "' 51 Q I -V, , 1 ' to-V ..,7.5' fi I Fx ' ' A - 1 Larry barb Kathy Morehouse Munz Neff I , 0 0 -T 'R 4- , of I ,jg , S731 s, A ' 1 "Lv . 1. X L - IM- , 'X::. V'- Dorc Elwood Robert Page Path Porter B3 6 Nancy Pastema Mrke Saunders AX' John Shupp Van Donke lncr Mlke Whutne B4 LA Aluce Quartermame lfn Schanhals Wi' Janet Snenkxewucz TEV o 'anNortwuck Bonnue Welgers L Darleen Racey Judy Scougale 4. Valerue Snlvus Duck Vellema Pete Wnerengo lflfl'Llf0l":5 Jolyn Read om Semelbaurer fim- Im IX "KT o Walkley Joan Wlnclbacher 'En Nancy Reterstoff Janet Sether it-' o S luyter Dave Watkins WR? Barb Worth Judy Rldout 1 Dave Sevey 'lv-" Ruchard South Janice Weaver am Zaagrnan N ot Pncturecl Betty Hughes Steve Johnson Carol Legard Ron Knerr lrvun Johnson 'K Charles Rogers Shackelfard Mane Stafford L. A I x ce Welngartner Wh-1' 4 Wayne Zentz Gert Salusbury Sheldon Teven Stem o Wexssert . Qi , If, "' ,Y f ' A X I ' kb m f", K- Vu ff- We - X J 'K xi ' ' 'We W 1 t L .S S . Q S 5 ml 1' 'it r ': ' 1 - ', V' . R . ., N K . H K 1 if V hr f A 'V A W W" 4 - f , f' S J tt. ' W - J' T Bill Bill '11 JSX " 4 I f yqil tl 1 . J K I 1 , S , '.t 4 l h- 4 - l X 5 P . - ' - J' B b ' ' t . . . . . S. S ,. av ff Q J -f J se H , I6 , , S t--, . . tl - , A. lefee 1 1 A S am B b ' B L, ' ' B b X . . . . - vt. " A , ,J J -v it 1 S he v S, Aj... 1 I - , fx f' S, At' f ' .Q y 4 . 1 4 S A ' Q s 2 QQ EQ sw 'H 'Q rg" , 1 f fl , 1 ga Q f 5 s BUD MORAN presrden? LYNDA ROBERTS secrefury KATHY MARKHAM treasurer PAT OVERKAMP, vnce presndenf EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS INCLUDE Ted Torgesson, Duck Cooper, Sue Carr, Helen Jon SP OWLOVQ ZQUJACLJQ5 I ii ii Q' K sl 4, A .'l 'nfs " .,,a.w4f,.,.,, ,l Q , 5 I truyiu '-"" ,-'E 3' 'K .. f -L. K V- My Biology is a favorite of everyone and Bud's also - especially when it W' M comes to diss: :ting worms. We l this looks typical. As you might guess, Bud s in study hall this hour. Wu 'mi ,N 2, s QM M 3 lt's 3rd hour, and we find Bud is taking up all the Geometry he can get. World History is a required subject, and Bud is taking it this year. He's giving one of his special projects here. Being class president has many duties, and Bud Moran does them all well. Here l1e's leading a class meeting 4,1 Jim Ackerberg Pat Beach wb if . L Barb Blink ai iv ' SL A B in-- Sue Carr fir 15" Mary Cousineau Stanley England Q N , f . I Ron Adams H 11 i if m i ci. 9 Charles Beak l Ddve Rm akin Jerry Champine im- f All Linda Cowles Judy Erickson as 9' 1 'CQ ' William Anderson I f 0' nv.. 75'- I John Beegle 5319 X it Ron Assink if 7 L. he Rosie Beegle Linda Darlene Brooks Brown ' " 'ef V 1' 1 w- Charlotte Tom Chrisfensan Clink ,Q Y' :rj ' , 3 A " Q es! wg f .. BHD' Steve Cribbs Crosby I K., 'C-' LA. Duane F lanery -L Cindy Fosler 0m0re5 X . JF- -4 'sa-A in , ' W J W G- ,L z: eve- vc., 1,1 ya 1 av. suv I , ' 'N - A 1 1' Ginger Susan Bill Jeff Austin Baker Berger Beach l . Gs , new ra cl A ' 'A' I ' ' 'iw 5 5- "LT"-' - 7: vc. Eff 1, Y -1- l ms- Muke Dave Bob Bill Berg Bernd Bishop Bletsch QI it N- K1 if ' X "T 3 4 ,lf B ,G 'Q' as , , 1- . Don James Marcia Linda Brown Brown Buck Carlsen 1 J B 'N sr ' '-A B " Q '-at 1 K f , 3 . 4: 1. A 1 .A .Jane Dan Louanne Dick Coffman Cooper Cooper Cooper .- l R B' W , . 1 I f Vi Yi ' ' V f' Y ji if C x Bob Muriel Sondy Wanda Culp Day DeLong Duke Q A B 5' ' 4 fees Q, Q,-B Q94 f y P B , John Bill Bob Bob Frederick Gouine Hclmond Hansen 87 Vicki Harris Marvin Johnson 113-v' Marian Lepire H 1: 9' . L Vicki Mason Tom Moyes Bart Oliver . gg' a an.. ul 'ir M' Dave Hickman Y iq' Jerry Joldersma fax if r' 'Sax' Sharon LaTarfe U6 McKinley gf Q if J 2' N ,, " :pre S I Gs' iq l I w 2 V f., K Ken Nelson a: w N Jackie OH' 3,9 omorefi . S Q Wx hw- f N in Claude Soniia Hiza Holm l xx ' fu di X! X A . N .I 5 A . 4. t X I ,, ,xg .sg 1 if - I , ' ' X Kathy George Karry Keefe Maxine Liddle 7 L? U-Jn Mierendorf 42' L rf Bob Nickeft Pat Overlcamp L Linda Linau L. I Bonita Miller 9 im.. Charlene Narcot? 5 Carol Oyler ...Q B x L t h N., Susie Hughes A-1 f if X J Becky Keene Berry Loder Darrell Miller ip. l Karen Norris . 1 E Art Parrish n , I v - sd J 4 , Paula Helen Bob Jacobi Jan Johnson x'sNYx".,,L Q' 'S gt , , 'fb A, ' , .K Shirley Tim Sam Knoll Kobera Langland . I K 1 59 4' w. 'ov Q' '62 V lv- L 'V i 2. 17 Dan Bennie Kdfhy Love Manning Markham iw N. if "" gf I ff ,V i ' -ff" W K A K Bud Gloria Ted Moran Morgan Mouw G .. 6 S .. y e. 4 X ' . c Norma Larry Ann Narfon Nowlyn Oliver 6 L W qi . - . - Q 1, N . 1 Pat Susan Mary Peterson Pope Pofhof 31 3 George Powell J l . Cheryl Richards if 'L , , M wk Nancy Schalk K1 L., Dale Strait Pat VanderWier lm Wheaton L. 4 6- N Pat Prins Jerry Rittman nf" .W , ff' -.., Cheryl Schuster '5- X' oN L Fred Stenberg ,N Marianne VanEtten 6. sf Margie Whittaker .he ts Ken Pugh tlinor Ritz SP J , YI Janet Race J Y F9 V Lynda Roberts Donna Roger Sether Shaffer N, Shirley Doug Suprian Sweet 'sf i fl F g, yy eil Q N, Peter Linda VanHoesen Vegter 3' ' N3-'X A 3 Carol Judy Wiley Windbacher omored Paul Race Li. Sandra Rosenberg v S . Y: 9 Judy Sibary 4 Cn, I Bruce Taylor G Aly , 'X Keith Walker 1 H - L Jim Wiseman f i i l Q? 1' ,J A-1?-:-. 'iz . fl Sharrol Jim Judy RameY Reterstoff Rice V 1 Pi "" " . e , , ., , f V L A 1' Q t H A . . HSA: 4 Mary Linda Jim Rupple Salisbury Sandwick fu ' 1 Donna Loretta Nancy Simonelli Star St. Aubin 'if ,R f-.ef s F Ted Gay Jerry Torgeson Toy Underwood .,,. i R92 f s "..s-E V Jim Ralph Fred Ward Way Weichner Not Pictured: 5 Charles Bauman Dave Rose g ' Dianne Buck Cliff Stenberg Dick Fellows Dennis Wagner M955 Hazel Good Stan Woodard .- Dave Johnson Lee Sanford LeRoy Lawton Judy Summers Jim Worth 89 jl"Q:5!LIfVL6LlfL CKOZ55 M6816 J NHIL1 p fa K s p L 'Tp -, 2' '- 'gn Ss LHARLIE LANGLAND, re u VIC COOPER, vice VE? . 41:5 A L- T Y x I OH , resi ent LAURIE LOEB, secretory is 3 , I 'X 'N O V. Z 'S 'L' s ' t cs e ' -pr 'det jre5Aman Jazfinfa 1 qi I - Math is required for all incoming students, and so we see John Early each morning John has gym class and first aid. lt looks like Hilt in Algebra l class while Mr. Morris explains a few principles. he has the advantage here. Qvms . J , ,. , "' v my V ' U ,. s s Fw' r It's 3rd hour now, and it's time for John to start playing the drums in Before long ll:40 is here, and John is studying diagraming in Mrs. Junior Band. Hager's room. F.-:ia-Q f -8 For One liol-'V 90Cl" d0Y John learns Gbouf the Romans and Civics is another required subiect for freshmen, and John me beloved l0f19U0Q9 ' l-0flf1- leads a discussion in Mr. Andersen's civics class. 91 XQVUJAWQUVL I V l f J 9 'L 1 Joyce Alford Carol Anderson Barb Apple Mary Arnold Gerald Arnouts Carol Asmussen Jim Austin T: " K' IW ,, 1 1, ' .L U i 4' , d X .r -I "F Sue Banninga Dale Bates Gordon Bates Dave Bedau Jim Beecham Rodney Beecham Susan Beegle Da Q 'fi -. 2:-rf . at .. E It K TZ" ... 1 g , I , A . x. J C Q t A th. . - Sharon Beglvtol Clay Bitzer Janet Bradshaw Bill Brenner Fred Brown Larry Brown Doug Back Q4 'J v 1 ,J E. At. .L ' - V 2 Bobbie Burns Barb Buslcer Muriel Buys Sandy Centner Sally Chambers Jirn Claflin Jean Cloflin 'v A , 'lr , ' ' up S 1 5 I 1' . fi 'Cl . KA- ff 4 Vic Cooper Ron Coverly Walter Croft Craig Cunningham Larry Damm Mike Dean Charlene Dressen i V l ,f . on - A -Q N 9 L- A 7 rr Jack Eyestane Steve Farkas Wendy Fauble Cathy Feclwner Eric Felt Nancy Fisher Greg Fleckenstein 92 Jane Baker 'L-' Laurel Beghtol .ifggg 9 it? F. Mary Buck Q' '-4 gf Fred Cooper ' am., Paul Engstrom Mary Forner 4 3 Vl75Alf1fLlWL Guy Gibbs Henry Gibbs Linda Goff Janet Green Steve Harpold Bob Hasper Lynda Helmlcerna 's T .-.. W Donna Holmes Don Hoogenstyn Herbert Huch Dianne Herman 9 'Q , , , N' Don Hunter .I -V I . Q4 L ' l Renee LaFrana Ron Keele Ken Koch 5l"Gf0r1 Kr1udSen x "' 'I C V , l I x Terry Long Phillip Mahn Ron Matthews Bob Mirlcle Sharon Mooney L - Cheryl Morris John Mattisan Judy Griffith I Jerry Hibbarcl 'Z ki' . 545: - V: ' u .-321: J . Judy Isley Rick Lange f AX Candace Gust Tracy Hickman Tom Johnson Charles Langlond Bill Mcmeqry Lois Mcllwain ru, Ron Hamilton , l Bill Hill :ln Q' Carol Jones X, ig I: V John LaGrancl V 0- 'ir Cathy McLaugh I in Ea Phyllis Mosier Richard Mullally Bruce Munfora Diclf NO9ell1l"l4 KOHW NOSH Don Nielson Lynette Otto Harry Overheol ...a ri' I4 If ul Ervin Price Marslnelle Pontious Jolwn Port Olat Ritz Jim Robbins Linda Roussel Rick Sclwanlnals Raymond Sclwuiteman Karen Scott Dick Thompson Harold Timmerman Sharon Todd R 5 uf' is y.. 1:54 ll - 5 fl R DayeVunde1-Wall Jim Vellema Paul Walker 94 cjl"0f5AfIfVLC2lfL Malcolm Paisley Jane Quinton Dave Rude 1 , 'ij ,,,-. 1. A fr' Doug Semelbclurer 5 R if Jerry Trybe Debbie Walters Rosalie Parrish Phyllis Race Karen Rudis Leon Shineldecker Bruce Turgeon 'ri , Lynn Walters Jim Parsons Porn Pascln Lorraine Poel 5 , . - Q V ZZ Sandra Reynolds Gayle R509 Carolyn Ridout Y A ' 4, Ken Sanford Mary Sarlca Sbaron Schafer Bob Simmons Carolyn Swanson Sue Sweet '41 ii 15 -:af 4' Harry Underwood Rodney Vanderstelt Jim wfanderslute Sam Wendling Don .Velner .lack Wolfiss Charles Yonker B1IIYounq V0 VVLQVL I , NOT PICTURED Lawrence Meyers John Zcogmon Sandra Zworr uw-X FUN ' -J s ,g I in Carol Beegle Rnchcrd Sluyfer JoAnn Krccht Harry Wnlson ?"i L x ul 77 5A 1 ' - , , N F wi I ' gg """ E -W t. V, . ,, in 'VY 't -:' 1 1 , ,:-1 F, , 'mga J ui. " Ryman ' A . J V : ly, X f , V n , K Q f fl 4' - I AJ I A ' ' . , V D' -15.45-f J QULCXU 546515 OMCFVIS 'ur-V TOMANDREWS p ra CHRISTY LINDLAND 15-0 KATHY BASKWE LL Q ROBERT WALTERS p d 9 Y- tt' Lb' r is r !, 1 4 I Q9 Q' K - N. " , resi ent y it Q, , w 4 3 Q griq b fc: ,treasurer ' - ' gm e AiYCbLI"5i0lfL5 Tom Andrews thinks 8:30 is an awful time to begin diagram- Soon Math class is here as Tom demonstrates some ofthe ing those sentences in English class - he looks like he's basic skills in Eighth grade math . doing 'n.k. though. ' " I QQ it V i P K zwwfyq 'Ai ', , ,Q 14,2 , ,gg Q 'F , A as ' Xa N JUST hefore hmch Tom h-ies his hand Q, Smdy hull - he For the Eighth graders American history is studied and Tom appears to be hungry. is no exception . Ho- li Q P "sr f l V 7455 ' ' Tom enjoys Science class as one can tell by looking at him. At last it's 7th hour and Tom's in mechanical drawing. For the Eighth grade boys' physical education and mechanical drawing are interchanged throughout the week . f W ,, 1 'yi i Sandra Tom Adams Andrews Richard Lloyd Brink Budnick " 495' 1343 Carol Judy Cooper Cooper Q I 'Q Dan Ann Foote Fosler Edward Judy Hinkley Hoeker Y - -it 1 Ali ,, x Barb Dave LaG rande Lake 98 , 5- if Henry Austin if ,v V fab- 'Q Richard Burrous '-.i. in .4 L Raye Dagen 6- Lynn Ginman sf' L Tom Holsfrom I '5- , 9 ,f Gary Leloff iigifi Qu Q vu Y' if ni . J Q Aw' L L 'G' 14 I Betsy Kathy Barger Baskwell A 81 G :Ln -nf" L" L L J- Michael Susan Closz Coffman .SQ Don Susan De Long Emand Y , 'li' l QPR' is- , .N ,-:- iyllxm 4'-"J Tm '3-'xt' James Mike Baker Baldwin is ., , 7 'Y' Ann Cris Carlson Carr iv v af' Larry Rick Damm DeBruyn 5' ii K Migry Rita Ginman Griffin .., sr, . 4 L.. James POT Hopper JOl'1nSOf1 Christy Linda I Lindland Maples 'S I' Ji il Sue Grossman Guilliom , I X : , lug x 2 X f Eunice Mike Jones Kersch fin Don Jane Marchido Marcus Z' ici. "'-..':'f David Benson L Judy Cole 1' 5- bv f. YA wal 1 K , A " , wi , j Lana Engstrom 'lah- 'Kidd if! Sue Hay NPR 4- 5. Kathy King Faith Martin Qu' f Mnke Bruce Mc Croskey McGowan Wendell Roger Racette R popgrf Ol- W an Robert uemud Walters Vlfglferg fun.-J 'Wi' Howard Morgan Ross 'Ez' Jack West 6,9 Pd 8 Barb Morrison :PQ Barb Sch ntemon W--vb Wnlluam Wiley Sabma Mueller Margaret Stone Stanley Whnttaker Us ,- A4 Dave Nord -fu 'RT W1 l l num VonclerWeld Ardyce Walks Mory Beth Oldung if Henruetta VanE clc t Robert Woodruff Glv C7 -sr Marshall l' T' V1-re Conme Walkley 'QS' Greg Young 99 100 Pl! 9lfLlL!L 9616! fvli 5, UM Umm JOYCE CLAFLIN LIANA M DONALD MARY ARNTZ BARB THO lf!! 'I Q ' Q x, sl 'Li - X! N RNTON 0l!QlfLf!l QULCJP ggZLlfLlfLfPl'5 J ,se Q At 8:30 each morning Liana's mind starts ticking in Mr. Core's math class. r fix, Liana is also a fan of English where we see her trying to finish her assignment. lt's study hall time and Liana tries to do her homework - with much bother. S Social studies is a favorite with Liana while Dr. Bertoni shows her his native land I H Q.. Science is here before she knows it, and it looks like she's having fun with that experiment. .I -11011, l x """! Q i4o,Q 'Qin' 1 mx i"'y ln homemaking Liana learns to be one of America's great cooks. Physical education and homemaking are altemated in the week . 101 'tn Ge yn.. 'Iv Mike Ambrose N x Joyce Claflin . ' E51 Martha Farris N9 v- 11 5 f 4 fer 9 Julie Sue Herrick Hinkley , is. Kathy Jean Keefe Keene RU? Nancy Mooney Musgrave 11 Mary Arntz cv fit Robert Cohn fig 3 ' I Pa bcott Frederick 8. 4, "ST," L Paul Horvath s J l.. it:- i ? il' Richard Kidd L my r gs. Q it f Steve Nelson mtl, Qu Q 5-Y - 6' .4-fx. ,Jhnu 5 M, '1'51"'f A mix L. ni AA Tom Dorothy Greg Austin Barnhard Bradbury 5-7 6 IL- in ' 'VX 5 iii t 1 K, y Craig Janet John Cole Cole Crosby 1: ' 11 ' LM as 1-H 3. L " J' I ' l J gff. 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K. - F1-rip I XX ' .4 GH- - 'fr OWII OUIIII Y HTIIIHCY f' -we 'Ng1..x "-1S:,9,,x , A I I L gk' fxffz,-jqj? ir I , X- X I .Vx Q 'FFF ' '-R 4 -- QL "L, """"'- V- f vt i-, X, . Y ' V Q , .fp - ,-9 I ' S. f I 0 . 108 E A 1 SfI'r1c'0d nfl Qlmlllj spflllljf 'fl ll 111 711131111 f AMERIEAN EUIL SPRING EUMPANY 7t ffifwag S26 Muskegon Mnchlgon Sprung Products For Science lndustry Home Hugh Fudellty Systems Records Congrafulahons io The Class of 1960 N OR TH SH ORE Hardware Congrafulahons fo The Class of 1960 JAN RICH BAKERY Phone 4 'I739 'I'l'I3 Rudduman Avenue Norfh Muskegon Snacks Desseris Parfy Orders ROBINSON Lincoln-Mercury Inc. SALES and SERVICE Lnncolns Mercurys Edsels and Englush Fords C11111f1f11111111s of NORTH MUSKEGON DRY CLEANERS 10110 Ru111l11111n Aunun Phom i 1107 'tljfw 'Lfx ,ws 1- , , We V . ,, , L. 9 1 . Q . 1 1 1- 1 v at . .Lp VI: 'IVY 1 ,'.1.l11W 1,1 A, ,11'g ' iii.. 75 F? V mmf wavflfwwcgcuw-13, sf,-1 E-1 if 'J 4 'aazgfaac at ow: Quad: .1 'uf .'Q??3,: E 'I M: QI Ja . . I 1 I . . I - . . . CONSUMERS POWER CO AUT Qvgt Us of 63 f K A Q gs, C NGRATULATIO S K ,t Y U PMER 5 3. 9 gl Il. 4 U Q ' - G , , fx 1 Q , Q15 O wt E 70 -4 DC , N ll - 0 lu . E ' 10 tf Q Q 2 b' E 'j N . , . 1 'pa ' l Qs Your Electric Serv nt - l9 tu as Z 0 J Q You have reached one ot lute s lmpor ,lf XXX tant goals graduation Now as 4GR lol-lx you press toward even bugger accom pllslmments we extend our best washes tor continued success Reddy Kllowatt C Cloclc Funeral Home 1897 60 LEADERSHIP EARNED THROUGH CONFIDENCE 110 Alfred J Hunter 81 Company 1818 1838 HENRY STREET PHONE 2 7602 The Lorgesf ond Most Comp1e1e Stock lI'1 Western Mnchugon OF- PIPE VALVES FITTINGS PUMPS HEATING AND PLUMBERS SUPPLIES Complnmenfs RIC Dry C1eaners 1871 Peck Sireef MUSKEGON Free Flck up and Dehvery WEST MICHIGAN SOUND CO 1932 Peck Sireef Muskegon Mlchlgan Tape Recorders Phonographs COMPI IMENTS OF Nor+11 Muskegon Bakery WALTER WINGER 315 Cenier Sfreef A G A R D S Feed Store Feeds Seeds anfi IIGFIIIIZGFS OHawa Sfreef Phone 28 0170 MUSKEGON MICHIGAN THE MUSKEGON BANK and TRUST COMPANY COMPLETE BANKING 8. TRUST SERVICES FOUR CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 350 W Wesfern Avenue 821 W Broadway 1070 Peck Sfreef 100 W Colby W11u1'e1'Ia11 of P E Phone 2-5910 I I - - I 50 - Congrortuloftlox S and qood hook Se-Yuom .IoI1n Wood Company BENNETT PUMP DIVISION Ifnoxm or good ond steady QITPIOYTDL it DAMM Hardware Company COU fe5y of Kersman Equlpmenf C 635 OTTAWA STREET M sIcegon M CII gan MUSKEGON TOM ANDREWS AGENCY Inswons PEA omg MICHIGAN THEATER BUILDING . I 'L I, , 1- . . . . .EI I , 'IJ ,-Q1 in Greater Muskegon for almost 35 years I' U , 1 I I . i x -T BOB CARR S Norlh Muskegon Flowers and Gnfls Fashions an Flowers 1081 HOLTON ROAD IM 201 PHONE 41 561 Across from T B Sanaforrum .SZBWQ A Norfh Shore Tracfor Sales A complele lane of Ph Ico Applrances Phnlco Bendix Duornahc Washer Dryer Televusuon Radio and Glffs of Dlshnchon ongrafu afzonj and Had Winn to the 1960 GRADUATING CLASS wwe. CON GRATULATI ONS In cull that us of point cmd prnnf And marvels which we see Llfe gaves us but The fomfesf hunt OF splendors yer to be Edgar A Guest Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company DIVISION of TEXTRON INC I, I i . i I i i Recoro Players I C f - - , 0 2 D M Q 62121 W HITTAKER ELECTRIC COMPANY COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE 5 'SQ 'Q ERICKSON GARAGE 301C Tlpho 4 z I 3I iana Avenue - Muskegon, ichi an - - Phone - - III II III g ul' , I 1 .I I ' I KI It ,X s X KX enfer S+. ee ne -145 Flnur Furla ik- Damsh Pastry Shop ., Class Por'rra1fs oFD1s1'1ncf1on ,386 ,nk Shu, M dragon Michigan gr N., X Phono 265 104 qv. ,rg Carla R111 and Hans R111 Comphmenfs Y ur Fam1ly Sfud1o Phone 2 3010 184W Western Avenue Across From Penney Phone 2 3352 Comphmenfs ro The Class of 60 111111, f r IL 1 us Hos ers UL X I Ll 811 819 Terrace Sfreer '11 ms " 1 Muskegon, M1ch1gan um M m dom els nr and 111 less I me Wearmg Apparel for the Enhre Fam1ly Congrafulahons Class of 1960 1111.111 Sky: r A Krauthe1m J ewe lers SllVe1"SfT1l1'l'1S Es'rabl1shecl 1887 114 . . . J-"' ,A 0 . . 'L ?6Q.rL.,,,.x. 1 1 '-ia,g.+ i- f 1 U 1 k " 1: is X - -rig ' . Qfs if o o ll O - - ll . ll I Il S - 1 . ' Ifxcryl ' ' 0 tl 'l1fl.lLl',CX- , rc-pl mgul 11A 'ALllQllI'S. 1lul4s, .. .. . . 0 . . I l'1rc-1'1lcs, fl1lIlg 1g1l11m'ts, III- dcxi K' si src 115, 1111151--l 'Q f :mal pay roll Q q u i p 111 c I1 If 1.111111 - prmlunts, Cilfll "li u-c K' - . . 1' " In 1 llp get rc 1 4- - ' ' ' l O ul . " u1r el crape 0 o . . - .-.-1. - Larqvsl Exclusive akers of Mme Furnnure and F11mg E in 'he World . CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF T960 HOME PLANNING AND DECORATING SERVICE FOR NEW HOMEMAKERS Susan Bull and Hayko ofthe I96O class vns1tVanderveIde s and see the latest styles and desngns In Furnnture Vandervelde s offer expert home planning and decorating service to all area homemakers wnthout additional cost andervelde s FURNITURE ana' CARPET Where You II Do Better In Quahty and Price Broadway at Fifth Muskegon Heights OUR FORTY SECOND YEAR ' . FQ. - . - I I I . - . I 0 4 II I ' ' ll -k GOOD LUCK SENIORS Northside Radio 81 Television ZENITH COLOR TV C PHONE MOTOROLA 4 T 71 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES S 'MW bm 'PICAS 9' Continental Motors Corp "Your Neighborhood Servicemen" Soles ond Service H H R. . A. - T Now! Stereo-phonogrophs! T "f 'Q o fl .' W7 UN . :fr -' Q fr ' 5' 42' 'R Chaddock, I Wrnter 81 Albans 4 N Insurance Sanitary Darry Mrlk A9 I YP H kl 2 2661 Cl F 960 Naplfr Sol Refining Company nw: eg. fi 1 Q . I . 'F s"1fw" A 6 6' ws 6 1 n ' Q I4 r 'rrr ,ffm rava 6 gf: 6 ' i Q 6M f 6 xy, Y k , , . The ency Where Se ond Quo if revo wk 306 oc eyBc1nk Build g Phone - " Congrofulofions ' To osso 1 118 W l r BARB AND NANCY PICK SNOWHITE BREAD AS THEIR FAVORITE I e Carpehng Dobben Motor Sales Seehock Floor Covering Co Plvmoufh Desofo Chfwef BEN CIHAK Imperual Renault 485 US 31 fNorth of Couseway Sales and Serwce N Muskegon Formlcc Lmoleum 270 Apple Avenue Muskegon Erectors Fabrn cators Steel Fabrlcatmg Company 590 W Southern Avenue Telephone 2 6635 Desagners Engineers 1 TDI I I . I - J I I Muskegon, Michigan Buwaldas Food Market Groceries Meats A Complete One Stop Qualrty Servrce Store Phone 4 1427 Best Washes to The Class of l96O VOYTI Harwood Nelson 373 W Western Avenue Between 2no 8. 3rd Streets Compllfnents Ot Henrys Food Farr Groceries Meats Sundrres r and CrattSuppl1es Hrlts Inc Wallpaper Parnts Hardware Sauve Hat Shop Occndental Hotel Buuldrng Muskegon Mrchngan a os Charcoal ouse Charcoal Steaks Charcoal Chucken Charcoal Rubs Western Avenue Congratulatrons to the Class of 60 Radrum Photo Service 367 West Western Phone 24 5252 Everyth r ng Photograph 1 c Buwalda Hardware 3l7 3l9 Center Street Hardware Housewares Parnts Fertrlnzers Seeds Sportnng Goods Stop In and Look Around Phone 4 l405 , . ' - f .I E I A f . 7 ' ' 7 nr , . llO5 Ruddiman Phone 4l-504 428 l2O fx Ihat Important dav when xou rocelve xour dxploma wlll soon arrlve And vu Jom mth tour frlonds and famllv rn offerlng our congratulmon A tour life 1 punctu :ted bv tht ple ts ant exclumt-nt of graduation dat mee-pt xour dlplom 1 is .1 ss mbol of Mu HIGAN IONSOI IDATFD GAS COMPANY Congratulations, Graduates 4 Job wfll done Let lt carrx sou forward .L vou move on rn mducatlon or bogln tour caremr Y our friends at Fompanv wish vou contlnued suc cess with the new lift thlt now he before you Flowers, Corsoges, and Gufts Arbor Floral Compan l222 Peck Street Muskegon, Mrchrgcn Phone 2 3797 Compluments Ot errls Shell Service U S 318. Ruddrmon Drrve Thirty Seven Years of Depenclclbl Servrce North Muskegon, Mnchrgon Grrocco s Market Fme Meats and Personol Servrce Ken Winters Phone 4 l204 l l23 Ruddrmon Avenue I A l ,f f Y . I '. A I ug- . .lj ". ' ' P ' 1 ' s. is the Miohigun Consolidated Gas I j af.,-uf f ' .- 1 . 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' 7 ll ' ' Il Congratulations Sensors Northway Bowhng Alley ll50U S 3l North North Muskegon Jones Electric C0 Hardware and Sporting Goods Phone 2 766l 658 Ottawa Street Muskegon Mlchrgan Cole s Bakery Where Good Thrngs Come From Specral Attentron Party Orders Peggy White s Halrstyhsts 370U S 3l North Phone 4 l644 Your Lovelnness ls Our Business N 8K K Serylce and Parts C0 GMC and Whlte Trucks Cummins Engunes Servrclng All Makes of Trucks Dresel and Gasoline Best Wlshes to the Class of 60 rphllllps Richard s Cause "66" Service U S 3l and M 20 North Muskegon Wil ' 1 7 To O , I . 420 U .S .-31, North--North Muskegon . - 7 CompIiments Of Greater Muskegon Professional Photographers Assn BECKQUIST CAMERA SHOP LEONARD KOOIMAN STUDIO CHRISTENSON STUDIO PIXI SMITH STUDIO CONRAD S COLUMBIA STUDIO TOURCOTTE STUDIO CAL JOHNSON STUDIO Comphments Of Lounderers D ry C Ieoners Serving Thus Communnty Snnce I894 u g n one Mrchugon 2 2672 Carlson Plumbing Open Sundays North Muskegon Rudchmon At Bear Loke Road Ruddimcm Sr U .S. 31 Groceries, Meats M ske o , Ph A BEERMAN S THE BLACK ANGUS 'I Muskegon Theaters OFS Wtta Th MUSIC IS OUR BUSINESS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Clarke T I1 Floor Macnlne Company I ,,,. xiii' D 46 Years erving You I e Best Entertain t - M In gon R g ' S d C g I T CI Of 60 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS . You have reached another great plateau ot Iite . . . BE PREPARED . . . I. Es+abIish and keep a good credit rating. Arrange a pIanned savings program Pay by check Choose the progresslve bank wuth l00 years experuence Ist an Muskegon National Lumberman s Bank 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Laketon 8: Sanford 225 W Western Sherman 8: Wnckham Malvms Jewelry C0 Don Sanborn Manager Phone 3 2044 2779 Peck Street Muskegon Heights Mnchtgan 6 Commeraal Press Master Prmters I98I Sanford Street Muskegon Mlchngan etA 3, CLOTHING TUXEDO RENTAL A FORMAL wma ron ALL occAstoNs tu Enos WHITE su MER rom LS F L D s cur WA s R Cro s suits PAGE nov suits ASK FOR JERRY OR ART Call 2 2815 20 You Are Cordtally Invnted To Use Our Bridal Servnce Where You May Lust Your Gift Preferences In The Reglstry Tump s Pok A Bout Gift Shop 359W Western Avenue Muskegon Mlchtgan 2. . 3. . n 4. ' I - . I o Th . , o I Il ' ll . I . . I , , V.., 1 .VQI v 1 . . ...-.- . 1,71 . Inv 1 ' 'ICA : X M A " " jx, II' o ULA R55 ' , L- 0 o on E R I I , ' ' V!! Complete Individual Service x It ' ' I W Western Ave. ' M COr'?flllZ"O"S Acme Cleaners 81 Dyers Senrors OF l96O Loketon At Berdler Weber lumber AND Thrrd At Houston For The Best iiiqj ln School Styles' D -Fl l'1 -Q eaz PRll1Tll'lG COITTPRDY ifo"f?33 JI 068 G API-rv UN E I-l Shelclon Equipment Co LABORATORY FURNITURE Co. Z xo 1 t 2 'X , 1. 51 :-,.n.' 'I G- - .uv k Y I U I S Q -Ll' l X 1 0 0 za-an ,K-A Sh Q - o I Q I Oil- Ways, IIIC. Wqgqngr Transportation Co MERCURY TRANSIT COMPANY Congrotulotlons 60ers Best Washes to the Free G1FtAt Mllady s For Senior Girls C loss of 60 From Howard Johnsons Curtis Ferrell, Inc 408W Western Avenue Muskegon Mnchrgon OftnceMochrnes Furnnture Supplnes Scott Xt Tjapkes Foodlmer 1909 Ruddlmctn Drnve In The Ruddlmcnn Shopplng Center Congrotulotrons to the Seniors of T960 Smith s Drug Store Prescrnptuons Sportnng Goods You Nome It We Hove It We Deluver Phone 2 3330 407 Morquette Muskegon Muchrgon Ave 0 I . I ' 7 7 . . I . Q . ' 7 II u 1 1 CONGRATULATIONS ond BEST WISHES Max Ross Robm Hood Muffler Shops MUSKEGON GRAND RAPIDS KALAMAZOO BATTLE CREEK BROWNE MORSE OFFICE ,bs FURNITURE I --ff CDQQIQIIQCI 'W' E, -I... QIIIQ 74" - Jfloft UUTOCTOIII 0 cef Congratulatzons Class of 1960 I rnwne MANUFACTURERS OF I I OFFICE FURNITURE ALUMINUM CHA as FILING 0l'Se SUPPLIES LABORATORY EQUIPMENT HOSPITAL CASE womc IUMIE Hooos I . f I 5 I EL , I . iiauiiis Q. A m'1z,.v: A 52 1 H , i ff- 'L ' " , ijiu. 8' ' ' 'V is NJ f JI X' ' T 1 xl C I I I E' I I -M COMPANY I I HU.KlCON- NICHICAH 128 firfoy Em CIIPPER Sfylff 14 HouR LAKE EXCURSION T0 MILWAUKEE N,-N' Treat yourself to a wonderful one day vacatxon Dancmg to a fine orchestra entertarnment organ mterludm feature movxes televxsron supervised children s playroom they re all free' Relax ln comfortable lounges on spacious decks enjoy ocean lmer luxury Delrclous food and refreshments at moderate prlces A wonderful trxp for the whole famxly M0f0fl5f 5h0l'ffUf low auto rates' Save 240 dnvmg mules be tween Muskegon and Mrlwaukee Avond congested hrghways "NXKi5?iXXYSS KXXRYXXXXXXSXXX SAI'-INGS FROM MUSKEGON fldlftrll sfillddfd Ylmll l Muxk Ar Musk M n ww rx s oo AM no oo m S591 nn: nas m zoom Plvl Tw: a J rs PM A oo Au 1 .1 'rn 1 4 oo m A oo AM Conf ' " V' un 5 oo AM s ao ru Hour: Axho A on Wukdayx 6 Jo 'M 7 oo AM Arr AM l' day lello ng doporluro One Day luke Excursron on 6 Deck, Ocean luxury luke lmer Muskegon Tlclrol Olin and Dock, Yllo lar! Vol I Nb! Q' XXXKXXXX9XxXxxxixssxxxx5811555 I tx Haspers Save Mor Market We Grve Keene lumber Co M 81 M Green Stamps Keen Lumber Keen Prrces Rudclrmon In North Muskegon 346 W Lckefon Avenue .,,, 1 I Muskegon, Mrchrgon 'HN wipe? 'nm W lull x I C - . K w- . - . . - I . v. . . , U., ,, r.. 1 1 . sr. , ..,. . .... .. .... Q Q - churn 5 In , -fan. " " "' '4""' " 1 : ' :num new-4 mp. 2 5 - '--'r 4' ---------' j f , r t . . - Iv W. -1 WISCONSIN I MICHIGAN STIAMINIP COMPANY .. I.. ' - 7 Q ' 0 . . A .gm 'Q . ' 7 ,- I . N A A ur- rx ' f 0 . 1' 'Q K 3 "W 'E A . fri E - Q We .ug au! E 2 'T' '. f- 3 ' 1 . 5-QL' ArW,':.r A V J ffgeg-A 5 ff' ' P , A PM-W f " :Zig ml "-, The National Honor Soclefy provided us with the pause fo refresh thas year af our basketball games Coca Cola Bolllmg Company of Muskegon Buel s Shoes Elena Seuffert and Jnm Read have chosen Buel s shoes SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS GIANT CRANE X X1 L V . Mans progress IS measured by his abnlrly fo subs'l'il'u'l'e machm ery for his own muscles Today our progress pofenhal IS almosl' lnflnrle Hs only llmlf will be fhe capacrly of our young people fo forge new and beffer ways 'lo do 'lhe worlds work Congrafulahons on your gradua hon l'he flrsl' malor s'I'ep foward fhns goal Manning, Maxwell fl: 'OR A GlANT'S JOB and MOOFSI lnc, Shaw-Box Crane 81 Hoisl Division Muskegon, Michigan I ' Q., f ' - 71 . u V S l x. V fl f"'s I - Y , N S A I ' Q l-lg ' l 1 Q r s of 1 1 , . I A KJ sv, ' ss v '- " ' Ng V , A 4 1 M, I ,lf V , 3 i' A ' ' Q' if Q as Q 4 , it ,K 3 l 3 S K , , xi . I I R , ' N 2 ' I a a x 1 . H ,I . K.. n 5 , . f V N ri Xxx , l ' A l xx I fi-Wit " ' 'fgizlf . , ' E 'f E I sf f 7' " . . . ' f' , .J 1 I ' rt y V I I .,!.".31 4 Y I Y I I . Y, I 1 ' ly? 13525: , 5 'S 1 X lf' Y Hj, ri-Elf' A . ,J-1. 1: 'g.4 f 130 ff L---P-' 'vzvrtw . mm,, fgw ww Mm .ns """""W For 49 years graduates of Greater Muskegon high schools have found rewarding op portunities for employment with the Sealed Power Corporation There are good 'obs to begin with There are better 'obs ahead for men and women who develop and prepare themselves for more responsible positions Many have used this door of opportunity in the past and are earning a rewarding lnveli hood Even more important, they have made possible the phenomenal growth ofa company which contributes much toward the growth and prosperity of the Muskegon area Now, as one of Muskegon s largest employers, Sealed Power offers even greater op portunities to the alert young men and women graduating from the Greater Muskegon high schools in l96O W-.ann """5.."'..TemQ mmmnnn i a-we ,pf 72 7"I'ztAS'.' r 3: L " E55 f "'M""P3' W 9, ai" 'fm ealed Power Gorporanon Leading Manufacturers of Engine Parts Plants in Muskegon Heights and St. Johns, Michigan, Rochester and LaGrange, Indiana, Stratford, Ontario, and Naucelpan de Juarez, Mexico it f --'r , r P - r ,- ' A 4 . , , X s . - J' . 1 , i l K I A ,Sig ...,, ' M B il ----............. , MM A P A Q kv gf. 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