Thornapple Kellogg High School - Trojan Yearbook (Middleville, MI)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1945 volume:
THE TROJAN STAFF
Thornapple W K Kellogg Hlgh School
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We the Trojan staff take thls space to thank all those who helped
to make thxs Trojan a success We especlally want to thank Mrs
Gall Russell and Mrs Harold DeGrow our sponsors who contributed
so much of thexr trme to help make th1s Trojan a success We would
also like to thank Monte Myers and Mrs Elmer Bender for the art
work We hope you wxll enjoy thxs Trojan as much rn years to come
as you do today
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We the Trojan staff rake pleasure m dedncaung thxs volume of the
Kellogg Hxgh School He has been a member of the faculty of our
school for eleven years
We appreciate hrs wrllmgness to help ln every way that he can
Hrs splendrd personalxry will always be remembered m the years
Trojan to Mr. Earl VanSickle, the principal of Thornapple-W. K.
Left to ngbt Superintendent Schipper Treas rer Lund President Longstreet Secretary Hooper
Trustee Aubll Trustee McKevitt
Board of Educatlon
The Thornapple W. K Kellogg Board of Education now includes
Clarence Longstreet president, Vern J. Hooper secretary, Dr. C. A. E. Lund
treasurer, Wm. McKevitt and Ray Aubil trustees. Mr. Longstreet is serving
his eighth year as a board member of this district. Mr. Lund is serving his
seventh year Mr McKevitr and Mr. Aubil are each serving his sixth year.
Mr. Hooper has just begun his first year on the Board.
Developmental Hlstory of Thornapple
W K Kellogg School D1Stf1Ct
A httle more than fourteen years have now gone by slnce our school dxstrlct
was first organlzed From 1ts beglnnmg as a townshlp un1t thls d1str1ct has
gradually grown untll rt now covers an area of 85 square mrles or1g1nally
dnvxded xnto nnneteen school dnstrxcts You wnll be mterested rn the follownng
record of progress as taken from the records kept by the Secretary of the
Board of Educatxon
Organxzatlon meetmg of Thornapple Townshnp School
Board Thornapple Drstrzcts Nos 1 7 mcluded rn orrglnal
townshlp unnt CMoe School Vnllage School Prame School
Duncan Lake School Murphy School Parmalee School
of T K
Present school snte purchased
Corner stone of new bulldmg lard
Annexatlon of Yankee Sprrngs No 9 Cjackson School!
D1str1ct voted to establish a Rural Agrncultural School
Annexatlon of Irvmg No 1 C Powers Schoolj
Annexauon of Yankee Sprmgs No 6 CBowens Malls
Annexat1on of Yankee Sprzngs No 5 CComan Schoolj
Annexatnon of Orangevxlle No 1 C Carter Schoolb
Annexatlon of Irvmg No 11
Annexatlon of Rutland No 2 CW1lcox Schoolb
Construcnon of 8 room addmon to the south
Constructron of Shop and Garage
Annexatlon of Irvmg No 10 C Pleasant H111 School!
Construct on of west wing addmon
40 acre school forest acqulred
COHSIIHCIIOU of 2 tenms courts
Annexatlon of two thrrds of Irvmg No 10 CBrew Schoolj
Annexatlon of Irvmg No 2 C Cobb Schoolj
Annexatlon of Yankee Sprmgs No 1 C Gates School3
xmmedrate mterest to the resrdents of the commumty and
are these concern1ng the present The school census taken
May 31 1944 shows a total of 654 school age chnldren 1n thrs drstrnct The
average enrollment for the year 1943 44 was 547 Of these 547 students
an average of 425 are transported daxly to and from school by bus There
are 11 school buses covering about 180 mlles danly
The school IS staffed w1th a faculty of 22 wxth 5 full tlme employees other
than teachers and wxth 10 part t1me employees
The 1944 assessed valuauon for the school bunldxngs and supplies IS
S2 003 220 00 The capxtal cost of the bunldlng was S251 790 41 Of this
amount S144 654 51 was pand by the W K Kellogg Foundation S31 653 75
by the P W A and S75 482 17 by the School Drstrnct There are S32 500 00
worth of bonds now outstandmg agamst the school dnstrrct
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JULIUS F SCHIPPER
A B Hope
A M U of M
Seventh grade advxsor
EARL VAN SICKLE
B S W M C E
A M U of M
E1 ghth grade advlsor
B S M C.
Twelfth grade advtsor
H omemakzn g
B S M S C
Twelfth grade advxsor
Ph B U of Chxcago
Eleventh grade advtsor
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Eleventh .grade advisor
If Y JLUU-
Tenth grade advnsor
A B W M C E
Tenth grade advxsor
BESSIE DE GROW
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U of M
Hamxlton Busmess College
Nmth grade advlsor
WM R FERGUSON
N mth grade advnsor
Exghth grade advxsor
A B-C M C. E.
Seventh grade advxsor
Fmt row left to ngbt Mrs Skmner Mrs Rugg Mrs Schondelmayer Lewrs Vrsbeck Fred
Wrerrnga Elmer Bender Elton Lawrence
Second row Ted Wrerrnga Carl Schleh Bob Otto Ward Bender Harold Cutler Carl Galsrer
Not .rbown Mrs Cross Francxs Folkert Mrs Whrte
Mrs Jeanette Rugg began her dutres as ofhce clerk rn January of thrs year
Mrs Dora Whrte, our lxbrarran, rs completrng her erghth year at T K
Among our school employees Lewrs Vrsbeck rs the oldest rn the order of
servrce He has been here twenty-one years He rs the chxef custodran Mr
Holes, the asslstant custodxan, rs begmnlng hrs lirst year here, he also drrves
Mrs Ida Skmner rs completmg her fifth year rn charge of the school cafe
terra Mrs Clare Schondelmayer had assrsted for two years and Mrs Howard
Cross for one
Elmer Bender, known to all as Mrke has been wrth T K for twelve years
Mrke ns rn charge of transportation The bus drivers number ten thrs year
In addmon to Mrke and Mr Holes they are Fred Wxerrnga Ted Wrerrnga
Carl Schleh, Bob Otto, Ward Bender, Harold Cutler, Carl Galster, Elton
Lawrence, and Francrs Folkert
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Orchestra 1 4 H 1 2 Home Ec
3 4 Trojan 4 jr Play 3 Sr Play
4 Latm Club 3 4 Student Coun
cxl 4 Pres 4 Treas 1 3 Vrce
You were wrong to deem my day:
have been 4 dream
Home Ec 3 4 Student Counc1l 3
Trojan 2 4 Cheer Leader 2 Glee
Club3 PepClub2 4H1234
Pres 3 Treas 4 Band 1 2
Trumpet 2 Latm Club 3 4 Or
chestra 1 Jr Play 3
Every morning noon and night
Freddze Gnfelh 1: my dehgbt
Home Ec 3 4 4 I-I 1 2 Trumpet
1 2 3 Trojan 2 4 Student Coun
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Pres 3 4
Looking at her picture they exclalm
'Tu 4 genuu wuh 4 name
Home EC 34 Trojan 4 41-I
Not 4 word doe: the duclore
not a word of all .she know:
CLASS MOTTO Today decides tomorrow
CLASS FLOWER Gladrola CLASS COLORS Red and whrte
CHARLOTTE BEREN DS
Glee Club 123 Trumpet 54 Trojan 4 Home
Ec 3 4
I mll .ree .fomelhzng to be done and uhat I do fall: short
of uhat I have done
4 H Basketball 1 2 3 4
To my books I am devoted quue
but only when Ieachef'.r sn .fzght
Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3
Track 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 4 H 1 2 3 4 r Play 3
Student Councll 1 4 Pres 1 Student Councxl Pres 4.
Every morning noon and night
Alzce Wzllmmr 1: my delight
Home Ec 3 4
Su ee! and :hy as a flower 1: .the
Jr Play 3 Sr Play 4
Try ax I like to ind the way
I never can get back by day
When breeze: are :oft and .thier are faxr
I :teal a day from .rtudy and care
X If PEARL CLARK
Home EC 3 4
And an derparr :he bowed her head
'There sr no place on earth :he :and
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 Trumpet 2
Oh my voice sr geltmg weak I should not .nng at all
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Here :J a fellow that wxll always' be looked up to
Glee Club 12 4H 123 Home Ec 34 Trumpet
Pzle my book: egafnrt the wall
one by one I rn through wxth them all
Home Ec 5 4 Glee Club 2 4 H 1 jr Play 3 Sr.
My memory of .fchool 1: .tpent
I only know st came and went
Trumpet 4 Trojan 4 Pep Club 4
Round and round :he goet
and where .rhe': at nobody know:
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For men may come and men may go but I go on forever
FFA 234 4H 12 Band 1 Baseball2 34 Student
Councll 4 Varsnty 4 Jr Play 3 Sr Play 4
Oh schoolhouxe where the miter: rmg
goodbye goodbye to everything
Baseball 1 2 3 4 F FA 2 3 4 Varsxty 4 Student
Council 2 Sr Play 4
When by their law: thesr actnon: und thear :peach
he contradsct: the thing: they teach
Home Ec 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Sextetre 2 3 4H 1
jr Play 3 Sr Play 4
She well not answer .the well not look
nor yet be lured from her book:
if 'r 'ef'
ROSE MARIE PEDERSON
Sr. Play 4.
Gentle, merry and beloved, making no .rtir or noixe.
Baseball 3-4, Basketball 4, Track 4.
Cheery if thi: little man,
Live: and laugh! ay hoyhood can.
Football 1-2-5-4, F.F.A. 1-2-3.
Like: a range ol liheral education, tongue!-not bookr.
She may .reem :hy to eiferyone'.r eye, but Jhe': alwar a lot
Sr. Play 4.
Happy day: are here again.
Trumpet 3, Home Ec. 3-4.
My life ir like a summer rose, .rcattered on the ground-
4-H 1-2-5-4, Trumpet 1-2, Home Ec. 3-4.
I'll think no more of my .fchool years.
when june come: I'll he all Jmiler, not tearr.
F.F.A. 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Varsity 4.
I'm plain in .rpeech and direct in purpore.
Secy. 3, Jr. Play 5, Sr. Play 4.
Thank heavenr, the crisir-the danger ir part,
and the lingering :rhool year: are over at lan.
We the senror class of 1945 wrsh to tell you about some
of the xnterestnng events of our hrgh school days When we
were freshmen we were mtroduced to the mysterres of hugh
school days by the sophomores at an 1n1t1at1on party grven
rn our honor As Sophomores vue 1n turn 1n1t1ared the new
Freshmen Also durmg our sophomore year vue honored
the senrors at the annual Sophomore Senxor Breakfast One
of the hrgh hghrs of our junror year was a dance The After
thought Most of us remember thxs socral event very well
because rt occurred just after a football game wrth Wayland
Our rmgs ordered durmg our sophomore year came early 1n
the jLlf1lOI' year When sprmg came vnth lf came our class
play Pxgtalls The dates were March 1617 1944 On
May 5 1944 we gave the one rmportant socral event of our
Junror year the Junlor Senror Banquet The theme was The
South Sea In our Senxor year many thrngs happened that
vue shall never forget Our Senror prctures were taken on
October 6 At Chrrstmas trme we had our second dance The
Senlor Snowball On February 1 and 2 1945 we gave our
senror play Mrllron Dollar Cook On May 4 1945 the
unlors gave us our unxor Senror Dlnner Dance In May we
skrpped school lavs fully We surely were never happxer unless
xt was on graduatlon day May 31 1945
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Last Wlll and Testament of the
Semor Class 1945
Max Bedford do hereby bequeath my ab1l1ty to play basketball to Paul Blrss
Charlotte Berends just leave
Ethel Brodock wrll my quretness to Phyllls Dulfey
Lols Churchrll do hereby bequeath my cheery sm1le to Donna Carey
Pearl Clark leave my typmg abxllty to anyone who can master the art
Fran Dungan w1ll my tomboyrshness to Myrtle Davrs
Beverley F1ll1ngham grve my good lool-.s to everyone who needs some
jack Grllette wrll my abxlrty to get krcked out of class to Duane Moore
Fred Grdfeth do hereby bequeath my abrlrty to go steady to Paul Smrth
Verla janose leave my sllght burld to Charlotte Kenyon
Helen Jenkrns leave to be wlth Wxllle
Marveta Jenkrns do hereby bequeath my good marks to Dale Adams
Sybrl Knox wxll my sweet drsposntron to Shrrley Schlpper who really doesn t
Delbert Lussenden leave my helght to Elmer Arentz
Gertrude Myers bequeath my abrlrty to wrlte a leglble hand to the stu
dents of T K
Rosle Pederson w1ll my southern accent to Rachel the only one who comes
rrghtly by If
Leah Powers do hereby bequeath my perfect posture to Jan Gardner
Wayne Robrnson w1ll my abrlrty to stay m Englxsh class to all those who
will need lf next year
Bessre Srnes leave my front seat rn Government class to any junxor who
really wants lt
Roberta Slagel do hereby bequeath my angel reputatlon to Donna
Leonard Smrth do hereby bequeath my school years to Carl Carter
Peg Sweet replace jean Grrlleth s grggle wxth my laugh
Bernadrne Wrerrnga leave my boy frrends to any one who can handle
Bernard Wrerrnga wrll my car to anyone wth gas and tnres
Allce Wrllrams leave my neatness to all who need xt
joan Wtlson do hereby bequeath my studrousness to Arden Thede Please
make use of rt
Rex Wrllson w1ll my standmg as the unseen and unheard member of the
Senror Class to Dxck Corngan who rf not seen IS heard
Last but not least we wrsh to leave a final farewell to the entrre school
The Semor Class or 1945
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We the senror class fmd rt 1nadv1sable for our members to leave w1thout
a remembrance of some sort therefore we gnve to
Max a httle car so he won t forget h1s work 1n hrs uncle s garage
Charlotte a ball of crochct cotton to contlnuc hcr crochetmg
Ethel stamps for correspondence to some one ID Italy
Loxs a paper doll so she won t have to make up her mlnd
Pearl a typew r1ter so she can type announcements at home
Fran we grve a farm wrthout any fences because she doesn
Beverley F a one way t1cket to Nashv1lle
ack a car so he won t have to walk to school any more
Fred the story book Alzce zn Wonderland
t want to be
Verla stanonety so she can keep up her correspondence wlth the Navy
Helen a httle house Deep 1n The Heart of Texas
Marveta a comb so she ll never have a ha1r out of place
Sybll a St Bernard dog
Gertrude a squrrt gun
Davrd a wheel barrow so he can Wheeler
Rose a pr1or1ty on any seat IH the school bus
Leah a plcture of Dewey so she won t forget the 44 electron
Wayne a m1crophone so hell always be able to talk back
Bessre mascara rn case her supply runs low
Roberta a plcturc of Gale because she doesn t have enough
Leonard a government book so hell never lose hrs knowledge
Peg stanonery so she wlll always be well supphed
Bernardme a package of gum any flavor
Bernard shrxnkmg powder so he can get down to her s1ze
Alrce the Semor class gtves a rrng to save Fred the trouble
oan another horse to add to her collect1on
Rex dxploma rn case they run out as he IS the last one on the hst
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Name Song Food
l ...... ...... A Ways ............................ ..... l ke ...... ...... e r
Ge e Myers ...... ..... g Ago a ..... ..... C hicken ............ ...... B etty Grab e
Bever e S ....... ....... i pering ..................... .... - Hamburgs ......... . ..... . hn Payne
i i ...... . ...... dy .............. .... ...... ..... A l a n La d
M enkins ..... ....... ' i ...... ..... S alads ............... ...... H um
Joan Wi on ...... ....... i s i ....................................... .... , H t Dogs ..... ..... A lan
Helen Jenkins ............. ....... w Man Hearts Have You Broken ....... Puddings ........... ' ..... .George Murphy
Rose Marie Ped ......... ...,.. . .. . ........ How Many H Have You Broken ....... B Sp its ...... . .... ..Va oh
Leah P ...........,... ....... i i ................... ..... i i en .............. ...... 0 e r Tay or
Be l y i i ham ...... ...... T ogether ......................... .... . Mac i d Ch ....... ..... A lan Ladd
Robe ge .......... ....... Be caus ......... ..... h i i ............................. ..... G reer Garson
Fra Dungan ..... ...... . Jessie a ........... ..... a k ........................ ...... o R gers
Sybi Knox ........ . . . . ....... P f the River ....... .... A pp e Pie a a mode ..... . ..-..He y
Virginia Huss ......... . . ....... Moon ig ..... ..... e ak ........................ .... . G Ga
1 s ..... ....... P aper Doll ................. ..... G 1 h .......... ..... . I D
B i Sines ........... . . ...... ty Kitty Blue Eyes ..... ..... P i i ...... .,... n Ch l B
Alice Williams ........... . . ...... i ong ...... ...... M eat a ....... ...... . G G
Be dine Wieringa ....... . . ...... I' Be Seeing You ....... ....... H amb ..... ,,,.. , 1
Leonar i ............. . ....... Take it Easy ........... .... . Pork ............. ..... M ary ee
Max Bedford ........ . ....... Sweet and L 1 ..... ..... C ube Steak ..... ..... J ne yson
B d Wi i ga ..... . . . . ......... T rolly So ......... . ..... Ch Ma ted ..... .... . D hy L
ill ......... ...... I 'l Wa k A ..... .... p le ie ....... ..... d y C
Wayne Robi ...... . . . ....... W hite Ch i ...... .... I y ie ...... . . G
Fred Griffeth ....... ...... V t Moon ........ . .... pl ie ..... ..... B Grab e
Davi ..,.......... ...... ' 1 Walk Alone ..... .... . I ..... Q- ..... Car G
De bert L den ....... . . ....... Ri f the R ....... .... . Chicken ............. ..... B etty Grab e
J i ette ........... . ...... 'll one ................................. ..... i oup ...... ..... S F
Ethel Brodock ....... ...... . How Many Hearts Have You Broken ....... Chili ...... ........ ..... C 1 aud C0 bert
Pear Clark ...... ...... . So Long P ...................................... .... C hili ...... ..... G ary C er
Fmt! mu left to rzglzvl Phyllls Duffey Glenna Thurkettle jane Hooper Ruth McCollum
Marlorre Wrlson Opal Brady Lorrame Wheeler jean Grrffeth Patty Cummings janet Vander
Schuur Esther Schxedel
Second row Mr Folkert Arden Thede LeRoy Trmm Nelson Kingsley Leo Smxth Rrchard
Whxte Paul Bliss Fred Clark Robert Potts Paul Cxsler Paul Smith Dale Adams Kathleen Frost
Thzrd row Loxs johnson Charlene Sherman Frances Burchardt Barbara McIntyre Myrtle Davls
Evelyn Fmkbemer Mary Carey Donna Polhemus Lucena Bowerman Mary Alice Kaechele
Loxs Kaechele Janet Gardner
The Class of 46 began the Freshman year rather mdxfferently, but as
thmgs began to get under mot1on we really dld thmgs We were very
properly 1n1t1ated by the Sophomores, and got by that ordeal wrth not too
much drfiiculty Our Sophomore year was really qu1te an 1mportant year for
us We gave the mcomrng Freshmen a warm welcome rn our 1n1t1at1on party
for them, and later we entertalned the Senror Class at the annual Sophomore
Senxor Breakfast Our first dance-The Sprmg Swmg, gxven durmg our
Sophomore year was also a real success When we entered our Junror year,
we found we must settle down to real busmess The first proyect for the year
was our dance-The Pumpkm Pow Wow There are two other very rmpor
tant affanrs' wh1ch every lunxor looks forward to wrth much pleasure he
yumor play and the jumor Semor Drnner Dance on May 4 1945 We are
keenly antrcxpatmg a great deal of enjoyment durmg our Semor year, and
expect to have many enjoyable trmes before we graduate from T K
Class oflicrs: President, Frances Burchardtg Vice-President, Paul Bliss, Secre-
tary, Jane Hooper, Treasurer, Mary Carey. Miss Whalen and Mr. Folkert
are our advisors.
Farr! row left to rsght john Loftus Ben jenkms Bruce Farnham Bob Kenyon John Rrchatdson
Lyman Krmmey Bob Wrlcox James Johnson Malcolm Sonqurst Drck Corrxgan
Second row Mr Smalley Nellre Ballard Esther Bonnett jackie Holes Marran Pederson Cora
Hagedorn Charlotte Kenyon Mary Noah Betty Poland Thelma Fxllrngham Torn Wrles
Third row Duane Moore Monte Myers Wesley Rodgers Cleyo Roblyer Eugene Grabau Donald
Brodock jack Wrlson Gary Bennett Lloyd Dean jerry Bonnevrlle Ward Seery Bob Brown
Carl Carter Brll Gordon
Fourth row Hugh Corrxgan Yvonne Kxnslow Carol Whnte Neoma Hummell Arlow Wrlcox
Anna Mae Wrerrnga Margaret Crsler Mary Grabau Loxs Ann Nagel Donna Johnson Joyce
Chamberlam Shrrley Berends Foster Waddell
Not rbown Donna Carey Marran Knox
There were hfty srx members of our class when we proudly began our hngh
school days However, when the Freshmen mrtzatron trme came we were not
qutte so proud, at least not for a few days
One of the memorable events was the chncken supper, held durnng the
freshmen year After the supper there were games and a scavenger hunt
In the sophomore year we gave the new freshman class an 1n1t1at1on party
whrch so far as we are concerned was a real success In the sprmg we honored
the Senrors by gnvmg the Sophomore Senror Breakfast
Nlnth Grade Tenth Grade
Prerident .................................. Ward Seery Prendent ............................ Robert Kenyon
Vice Prerident .....,.............. Gary Bennett Vice Prerident ...................... Donna Carey
Secretary ......,.....................,... Donna Carey Secretary ............................ Donna johnson
Trearurer .................,......,,,,r... Lois Nagel Trearufer .......................... Shirley Berends
Mrs. Bender and Mr. Smalley are the advisors.
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Fmt row left to ugh! Kenneth Champney Davrd NoEke Clare Bender LeRoy Frost Duane
Wtndes Owen Smxth Roland Ross Bob McCollum
Second row Mrs DeGrow Joyce Bowerman Catherine Schondelmayer Mnldred Burchardt
Marvetta Sears Patrxcxa VanAman Shrrley Balent Anna Mae Smxth Laura Thede Shrrley Baker
Tbxrd row Barbara Bates Glenna Galster Betty Nolfke Phyllis Aubrl Eva Troutwrne Jeanette
Whrte Betty Popps JoAnn Dean Laura Freshney Mary Jenkrns Mary Aubll
Fourth row Stanley Fmkbemer Jack Frost Carlton Galster Bob NoEke Bob Watkrns Lawrence
Wood George Powers jack Lewrs Lloyd Fnsher Jack Janose Drck Stager
Not .rbown jack Reynolds Rrchard Waddell Leila Jackson
The nxnth grade elected Lloyd Frsher Presrdent, Mrldred Burchardt Vrce
Presrdent, Phyllrs Aubrl Secretary, and Betty Nolfke Treasurer. The most
unportant event rn therr Freshman year was the mitratlon that went off with
a bang Mr Ferguson and Mrs DeGrow are the advisors
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Darrel Wrllyud Jrm Wrlson Elmer Arentz
Second row Joan Paulson Joyce Crrdler Marne Prckard Mary Crsler Neva Kermeen Evelyn Fuhr
Shrrley Schrpper Betty Schleh Kathryn Mrsak
Marble Helen Brog Artrs Hennmg Margaret Cnsler Mr VanSrckle
Fourth row Barbara Decker Merna Wrlcox Joan Magyar Helen Bechtel Bobby Cummxngs
Brll Bechtel Dale Frsher Ray Eggleston Louxse Hula Lors Magyar
Not .rbown Laura Baker Bxll Schenkel Clara Harrrson
E I G HT H G R A D E
The erghth grade has elected the followmg people as therr officers Presr
dent, Artrs Henmng Vnce Presxdent Mar an Marble, Secretary Evelyn Fuhr,
Treasurer, Arlene Noffke Mr VanS1ckle and Mr Russell are then- class
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Charles Hummell Theron Bowerman Ralph Schantz Elwood Perry Raymond Jackson
Second row Rachel Pederson Susan Janose Marrlyn Reynolds Charlotte Schad Jean K1lll0h
Maureen Wxndes Lcttxe Leonard Lena Nagel Dorxs Kaechele Alxce Smrth Dorothy Schrpper
Tbmi row Mrs Russell Juamta Grabau Patncxa Stager Raymond Ellsworth Eugene Bush
Patsy Schaeffer Phyllxs Fmkbexner Mr Schxpper
Fourth row Robert Bonnevllle Sloppy Glover Dale Wrllyard Carl Wolowlcz Robert Smrth
Frank Mrsak Jimmy VanAman Brlly Kenyon Duane Bush Laverne Wheeler Ralph Nolfke
Not .rboun Harry Schultz JoAnn Sherman Vernon DeW1tt Agnes Bowerman Delores Gage
Under the leadershxp of the two class advxsors, Mrs Russell and Mr
Schrpper, the seventh grade has very much to look forward to
Officers were elected rn September Wlfh the followmg results Phyllrs Frnk
bemer, President, Dorothy Schnpper Vrce Presndent Charlotte Schad, Secre
tary, Susan Janose, Treasurer
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Benny Brohgh, Nelson Erady, Donald Welch, James Nagel, Robert Glover, Donald Crofoot:
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Furl row left to ngbt Superxntendent Schxpper Prmcxpal VanS1ckle Vrce Presxdent Lorraxne
Wheeler Prcsndenr Fred GIIHCUI Secretary Frances Burchardt Treasurer Davld Otto Janet Gardner
Bonnevrlle Bob Kenyon Party Cummnngs Roberta Slagel Phyllrs Fxnkbemer
The Student Faculty Councxl consrsts of each class presxdent rn h1gh school,
representarlves from the faculty and from the varrous recogmzed clubs through
out the school The purpose of the councrl IS to drscuss the problems of the
school and act upon them to the benefit of the school and students
Thrs year the Councll has contmued the paper drwe from last year, cam
pargned for the sale of war stamps and bonds, arranged for comrnercnal
assernblles, and has been keepmg up the servxce plaque The councxl 15 a
very 1mportant orgamzanon of our school
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Sechnd.row: -Artis Henning, Lloyd .Fisher. Joyce Cridler, Beverley Syveet, Paul Cisler, Jerry
Fsnl row left lo right Paul Bliss Bob Potts Jane Hooper Kathleen Frost Lois Kaechele Mass
Second row Alice Williams Lois Johnson Lorraine Wheeler Paul Smith Frances Burchardt
Jean Gnifeth Roberta Slagel
The purpose of the Classical Club is to promote greater skill in spelling.
enunciation, and a greater enjoyment of Latin.
In the meetings, once a week, games are played in which Latin is substi-
tuted for English whenever possible. This really adds to the fun of the game.
Once each month a party is held at the home of one of the members.
The Classical Club put on a very entertaining assembly last year and one
again this year.
The olhcers are as follows: Princeps, Kathleen Frostg Secundus Princeps,
Lois Ann Kaecheleg Scriptor, Bob Pottsg Dux Ludi, jane Hooper. Miss Whalen
is the advisor.
Fern row left to ngbt Charlotte Schad Donna Polhemus Virginia Huss Frances Burchardt
Patty Cummings Phyllis Finkbeiner
Second row Lorraine Wheeler Yvonne Kmslow Donna johnson Charlotte Berends Lucena
Bowerman Maryorie Wilson Mrs Russell advisor
Third row Phyllis Duffey janet Gardner Nellie Ballard Janet VanderSchuur Joyce Cridler
Not .shown Paul Bliss Beverley Fillingham
Since 1941 the Trumpet has been printed in the Middleville Sun This
year the school paper has had a very large staff It was decided to elect a new
editor in chief and managing editor about every eight weeks Virginia Huss
was the first editor in chief with Frances Burchardt as managing editor The
second editor-in-chief was Frances Burchardt with Lorraine Wheeler as the
managing editor. Next Paul Bliss was selected as editor with Phyllis Dulfey
as managing editor. The work of the Trumpet has been under the capable
guidance of Mrs. Gail Russell. The Trumpet stall has done a very good piece
of work in keeping everyone posted on the activities of the school.
Fun row left lo ngbt Paul Smxth Donna Johnson Verla janose Joyce Chamberlam Beverley
Sweet Alxce Wllll3mS Gertrude Myers Vrrgmra Huss
Second rou Mrs DeGrow busmess advrsor Patty Cummmgs Charlotte Berends Paul Blxss
Bob Potts Paul Crsler Yvonne Kxnslow Mrs Russell edrtorxal advlsor
Third Row Phyllxs Dulfey Pearl Clark Roberta Slagel Donna Polhemus Loxs Nagel Mary Noah
The members of the Trojan stall have done an excellent prece of work rn
publxshmg the Annual Even though there IS a war on, the staff has done rts
best to put out a better annual than ever The edrtors are as follows
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Sports Edrtor ..........................,,,,.,.......................... Paul Cisler
The staff worked under the supervision of Mrs. Gail Russell and Mrs
Fmt row left to rzgbt Mary Carey Bernardme Wlerxnga Mrss Dendel Mrss Sweezy advlsor
Mrs Kermeen Beverley Sweet Alzce Wnllxams
Second row Opal Brady Charlene Sherman Ethel Brodock Helen Jenkms Marveta jenkms
Charlotte Berends Frances Burchardt Lucena Bowerman Patty Cummmgs
Tbfrd row Kathleen Frost Janet VanderSchuur Leah Powers jean Grllfeth Barbara McIntyre
Gertrude Myers Roberta Slagel Janet Gardner
Not shown Beverley Frllrngham Pearl Clark
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Horne Economxcs Club headed by Presrdent Peggy Sweet held nts meet
mgs monthly The club was sponsored by the Home Economncs mstructor,
Mxss Ellen Sweezy
The gxrls took up Red Cross sewmg as therr years project Every two
weeks, they held an evenmg meetmg and made sllppers and afghan squares
Mrs Hester Kermeen and Mnss Grace Dendel were the honorary members
ol the club
Fzrrz row Iefz lo rzgbt LeRoy Timm Nelson Kingsley Leo Smith Delbert Lussenden Bernard
Wieringa Donald Brodock Cleyo Roblyer
Second row Hugh Corrigan Dale Adams Eugene Grabau Bob Brown Paul Cisler David Otto
john Richardson W yne Robinson Mr Lawrcnte Adwscr
Third row Malcolm Sonqulst Arden Thede Bob Wilcox john Loftus Rex Willson Ben Jenkins
Bruce Farnham James Johnson Dick Corrigan
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The 1945 chapter of the F F A was one of the largest in the history of the
chapter at T. K. There were twenty-five members, the advisor Mr. Lawrence,
and two honorary advisors-Mr. Arthur Smalley and Mr. Elmer Bender.
The F. F. A. co-operating with the Home Economics Club sponsored several
social events during the year. One of them was the Game Supper. The big
event however, which the entire community always looks forward to, was the
annual Thornapple Community Fair.
The ollicers were: President, David Otto, Vice President, Wayne Robinsong
Secretary, Paul Cislerg Treasurer, Bernard Wieringag Reporter, Bill Frost, and
Watch Dog, Arden Thede.
FM!! row left to right Carol Whxte Jerry Bonnevrlle Rxchard Whlre Lois Nagel Shrrley
Sch1pper Jeanette Whlre
Second row Dnrector Russell Marlan Nagel Helen Brog Arlene Noffke Nellre Ballard Ralph
Nofflre Dxck Dean
junror Miller Rodney Kenyon
Not .fbown Elmer Frsher
The band has successfully completed another years work playmg for pep
meetmgs and other school act1v1t1es
Wrth the except1on of four players all are begmners last year, and are m
the grades and 1un1or hxgh We have a very well balanced band thus year
and rt looxs very promrsmg for the commg year
The band was dlrected by Gall Russell
Tbifd L01l:'.' Melvin Noah, Lyle Buckingham, Billy Kenyon, Bill Gordon, Hv French, Frank Misak,
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Farr! row left to right Mary Noah Donna Johnson Donna Polhemus Patty Cummmgs Mary
Jenkxns Betty Popps
Second row Vrrgxma Huss Lerla jackson Yvonne Kmslow Phyllrs Aubrl Catherxne Schondel
mayer Laura Thede Mrs Bender Advrsor
Not rhoun Carl Carter Monte Myers Bruce Farnham Cleyo Roblyer Charlotte Kenyon Donna
Mae Carey Anna Mae Wrerrnga Margaret Cxsler
Regular meetmgs of the Pep Club began after the cheer leaders were elected
Pat Cummmgs was elected presxdent, and Donna Polhemus was elected as
secretary treasurer Money was rarsed by sellmg pop corn and candy at the
annual Communrty Farr The money was to be used 1n helpmg wrth any
expense concurred ln havmg better pep meetmgs The Pep Club was anxrous
to become a tecogruzed school club and have a vonce rn the Student Councrl
Thrs year we have attalned our goal of havmg a representatrve on the Student
The cheer leaders are Pat Cummmgs, Donna Polhemus, Donna Johnson,
and Mary Jenkms Mrs Bender rs the advnsor
Fzrrt row left to ngbt Lloyd Dean Fred Grxffeth Paul Crsler Cleyo Robyler Bernard Wxerxnga
Davrd Otto Gary Bennett
Second row Coach Smalley Carl Carter Paul Smxth Coach Schrpper Ward Seery Bob Wxlcox
Rex Wrllson Coach Van Snckle
Th: d row Bob Kenyon LeRoy Timm Wayne Robmson Ben Jenkms Bruce Farnham Leonard
Smxth Roland Ross Carlton Galster
The T K Varslty Club IS made up of varsrty letter wmners and the respec
uve coaches Because of the war the Varsxty Club was drsbanded rn 1942
but because of 1ts popularnty and large membershrp lt IS agam bemg organxzed
m 1945 Mr Smalley coaches Football and Track Mr Van Snckle Baseball
and Mr Schxpper Basketball
The annual B E A A track meet was held at Hastings on May 17 T K
placed second rn the meet wnth 19' 3 pomts Hlgh pO1I'1t man for Mrddlevrlle
was Ray Fmkbemer who tool. fxrst place rn the 100 yd dash and the 220
He also took thnrd place ln the shot put. Gale Wnlcox placed first m the
mile run. Fred Griifeth second in the 440 yd. dashg Gary Bennett and Paul
Smith tied for third place in the high jump. Others who were out for track
were Cleyo Roblyer, Bill Frost, and Bob Arentz. The coach was Arthur
Farr! row left to ngbt Lloyd Dean Gary Bennett Cleyo Roblyer Paul Cxsler Duane Moore
Jack Reynolds Paul Smxth
Second row Bob Kenyon Ward Seery Rex Wrllson Bull Frost Roland Ross Bob Wllcox Bruce
Farnham Bob McCollum
Tbfrd row Manager Carlton Galster Lloyd Frsher Lawrence Wood Don Curtxs Lyman Kxmmey
Carl Carter LeRoy Frost Ben jenkxns Coach Smalley Jack Janose Stanley Frnkbexner
When the grldxron season dawned on T K rn September 1944 rt found
an rnexpenenced squad Coach Smalley was confronted wrth the task of
buxldmg a football team out of boys who had played very lrttle rf any foot
ball But as the season progressed the team progressed rn rcs ab1l1ty to play
The first clash was at Beldnng September 22 Next on the 11st were the
Wayland W1ldcats on the night of September 29 at Wayland On October 6
T K tackled the Trojans of Lake Odessa here The Caledoma Scottres came
to the T K grrdlron on October 13 When the Trojans hxt the grxdnron agam
lt was at Caledoma on October 27 The team looked the best nn thxs game
but was strll unable to score The Trojans went to Nashvrlle on November 3
wrth the fightmg spmt that typrlies them When the last whistle blew T K
found rtself ahead 19 6 m the last game of the 1944 season
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Fred Grrlfeth Cleyo Roblyer Roland Ross
Second row Coach Schxpper Bob Potts Leo Smxth jack W lson Fred Clark John Rrchardson
Bob Kenyon Manager Brlly Kenyon
Tbud row Stanley Fmkbemer Ben Jenkins Lyman Krmmey jerry Bonnevnlle Ward Seery
Clare Bender John Loftus Jack Frost
cessful rn cage competmon Paul Sm1th was Captam wnth Max Bedford
berng Co Captam Coach Schrpper started drllls rn early November and the
season extended mto March endmg wrth the Drsttxct tournament bemg played
at Woodland Upon journeymg through thrs season T K had played Way
land Caledoma Woodland Delton Nashvnlle Hastings and T K Alumm
The first strmg squad consrsted of Paul Smrth and Max Bedford playing right
and left forwards respectxvely The able bodred center was Gary Bennett
At the guard posts were Frederrck Gnffeth and Paul Cxsler
The Thornapple-Kellogg Basketball quintet of 1944-1945 was very suc-
Fsrrt row left to rxght Davxd Otto Paul Smxth Wayne Robmson Bruce Farnham LeRoy Ttmm
Second rou Lyman Kxmmey John Rxchardson Bernard W1 rmga Cleyo Roblyet Carl Carter
Tlnrd row Manager Rodney Kenyon John Loftus Ben Jenkms Bob Kenyon Duck Corngan
Manager john Schondelmayer
Not shown Gale Wxlcox captam Ray Fmkbemer John Kermeen
BASEBALL SQUAD 1944
The T K nxne had a good season last year They won more than half of
therr games, whrch compared wxth the record of the year before IS really good
Coach VanS1ckle started the season wxth qulte a number of expenenced fel
lows, but after the first game lt looked as nf they were gomg to have another
bad season The second game proved to be driferent, because we beat Dalton
12 to 3. After that game the season went along line
The big event of the season was the last game whxch was played on Labor
Day. This game was the play-oil for the champronship of Barry and Eaton
countxes. The game was close all the way, and was mostly a p1tcher's battle.
The boys came through rn the first mning to score a run whrch practlcally set
the game on lce T K scored one more run whtle holdmg Nashvxlle scoreless
to win the game 2 O Thus ended the 19-44 baseball season wnth Mlddlevxlle
wmnmg the B.E.A. trophy.
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Trojan contrrbutron Has thc olxc Ldltor got my yoke yet?
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Alrce W1ll13mS Tlaatr me all ozer
Donna johnson Wharf fbe walter? I oa crazy or rompzn 9
Gertrude Mey ers I don t tomb .to
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Mr Ferguson Well Ill be
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