Union High School - Aurora Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1958

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M vowmi XLVII q Pubnasmml L71 k EdiTor, ,,...,. ,Ruih Erwgmem dw! ,jfffiffzf My m afgfzfya ZA U , KMC., 4401-4 WJ Managing Edifors-Karen Vr-cmd, Samdvex Beach Associdfe Edi'T0r,Kdye. Sormevddf Liferary Edi'f0Y..--D'ucxY Scmiling Busmess l"lQnd3er-j'o7ce.DcXlebauT Advisor ..,,.,. my-5. H6281 Allyn Pu-3nTer,.-- Dean Hicks Compafxy, Grand Rupkds, Michigan 0' . , . , 9 1 , TABLE or CONTENTS 4 fl! if Q X A if I lntrocluction . . 1 Faculty ..... . 6 K Q9 Organizations . . . 14 School Life. . . . 40 A Athletics ...... . 54 , .A ?l' Underclassmen . . . 72 L ,af Seniors . ..... . 94 v . , L o f-J Advertisements . . . . 1 16 5 l J Autographs . . . . . 124 Q l ' J! l 1 J 'li l , . O , L U!! W ' C , lf? V lf? LQ , if O 'smo g STAFF i rl QN ll Facult d't N Kr , e lor orma a -"AU: Y Sheryl DeBEEr NCEE . Sandy Nordmark OK. l Y Organizations editor Alan Rubin ,J Barbara Volz X Q NVTY. o Ruth Feenstra Doris Weber K X I Sharon Dohm K A J Schggl Life editor Arlene Kloet .iw Sandra Ferris W Q ll 4 5 Janet Bowman Janice Seekman . Pat Gribas A'l'l1le1'ICS editor Sally Laraway Bob Heeringa . K ' Ralph Giles Y X J - Dave Smoes X-A. x Kgx K Q i , Underclassmen editor Sue Engle it B' Floria Whitney Q a J., 5,1 Niorma Westrate. Qk gf' Vivian Wilkowski , V tgps?" ,' Sel'll0l'S editor Mariorie Holtrop 59? ' f W A' A' ' A ' Sharon Van Daal , . I ' Y It 4 en Q-ly ,gf Q ,xii ,Qld M, Luanna Roth ,Qi ' , - A -I y, V -S-' ,Q Arnette Roth -7-5 ' ,cj ' ajft AdVel"l'lSeI11el1'l'S editor Max Apple will ,yr ' JV' ' ill ,J Jr . ' :ll tv' - .W : xi x 'N'-, f' ' c X AX, J J, VJ! x,,. . 1 ' lr l . fi I . 1 YF .F Lr' X RQ 3 1 f 4 Dedication We, the members of the i958 Aurora Staff, dedicate this yearbook to you, the students of Union High School. We are proud of your successes and achievements and ofthe fine reputation you have made for Union in the fields of athletics, leadership, and scholarship. We have appreciated your interest in school activities, sports events, and the Aurora. Thank you for your co-operation which has made this yearbook possible. 3 RETIRING TEACHERS 1 Jes Mr. Forrest Barr Miss Ruth Carpenter ,O im: .qw Mrs. Marguerite Crossman 4 E X ' X Mr. Clayton Bazuin WM, 5' Mr. Floyd Early Mr. Forest Barr is a graduate of Albion High School and the University of Michigan, where he received his A.B. and Master's degrees. When he first came to Union, Mr. Barr taught in the fused program. However, typing and bookkeeping are the subjects Mr. Clayton Bazuin is a graduate of Central High School. He attended Grand Rapids Junior College and the University of Michigan where he received his A.B. degree. "Doc" Bazuin came to Union in 1923 and has taught every subject during his 35 Mrs. Marguerite Crossman is a graduate of Sagi- naw High School and the University of Michigan, where she received her A.B. degree. Before com- ing to Union in l95O, Mrs. Crossman taught English at South High School, and after coming to Union, Miss Ruth Carpenter began her teaching career at Sigsbee School in l9l6. Previously, Miss Carpen- ter had graduated from the University of Michigan with an A.B. degree and had received her Master's in Spanish at Middlebury College. Spanish was Miss Carpenter's primary subject, and for many Floyd "Pop" Early is a graduate of Comstock High School in Kalamazoo County. He graduated from Western Michigan University with an A.B. degree. After finishing college, he taught for four years in rural schools near Kalamazoo and was principal of Buchanan High School for three years. He came to Union in i924 as a math teacher. "Pop" Early has always had an avid interest in teen-agers and enjoyed working with them first as sophomore Mr. Barr has taught for the last 20 years. In addi- tion to his classroom duties, Mr. Barr is the school treasurer. Mr. Barr's plans for the future include writing short stories and spending more time with his family. years here. ln 1928, he took over the supervision of the School Store, "Doc's" hobbies are fishing, gardening and traveling, and after his retirement he plans to do research work, to write, and to keep a garden. English was her major subject. ln l95l, Mrs. Cross- man became the Guidance Counselor and has served in that capacity since that time. ln the future, Mrs. Crossman plans to relax with music, reading, and traveling. years, she was the Spanish Club Advisor. Miss Carpenter spent one year teaching in the Philip- pines and there received a good background in Spanish. Following her retirement, Miss Carpenter plans to spend most of her time at her country home. class advisor, then as junior class advisor, and finally from i948 to the present time, as senior class advisor. After his retirement, "Pop" plans to travel in the United States and Canada and to build toys for his grandchildren in his basement hobby shop. Because he was brought up on a farm, gardening is another hobby he plans to pursue. ' UN WY FACULTY 1 .L - NCER X HJ Q ' Q 5 ,- -gun :Mila , " QQ, Q' luis' 03:4 '. ' Y X XA , . A J - J ug Q is 4 345 Z Z ,WW ww ,WW .WH f' vo ,KV Mrs. Crossman and Mr. Galant look over one ofthe student's files used by the Guidance Department. Mr. Galant's job is to keep the at- tendance records of the school at a high peak. Mrs. Crossman, per- sonnel director, acts as advisor to students as well as teachers. .1 , Ax. ,E Miss Perschbacker, assistant prin- cipal, checks students' records with Mr. Stark, principal. Mr. Stark is administrative director of Union. All problems of administration and cliscipline fall to him. Miss Persch- backer directs the curriculum. The three school secretaries, Mrs. Barkley, Miss Olson, and Mrs. Zarbach, operate the office effici- ently. The custodians pause for a break after a hard day's work of maintaining and keeping the school clean. Back row: L. Shoffner, G. Ford, A. Vinbome, E. Walczweski, Al Burk. Front row: P. Alaria, B. Ketchem, D, Shank. "Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble . , ." concocting some of their delicious lunches for our ever-hungry students are Mrs. Dempsey, Mrs. Barnhard, and Mrs. Amante. 9 Mr. Groover, the chief engi- neer, and Mr. Dakin, head custodian, are busy men, keeping Union well lighted and in good repair. Commercial wi' Mr. Barr, head of the com- mercial department, is pre- paring class work. Q' sew -v as O The commercial teachers look over the new typewriters. lst row: Miss Kosanke, Soclul Mrs. Bloom, 2nd row: Miss Doneth, Miss langin. Missing: Mrs. Atkinson. Mathematics A v l mam- 9 ,f The head of the social studies department and Senior Homeroom Advisor is Mr. Marousek. He shows his advanced civics class where Ireland is located. Members of math department are: M Needham, Mr. Liskey, "Pop" Early, Mr Tweedale, and Miss Nisper. Missing is Miss Mc Dermott. Mr. De Witt, the mathematics depart ment head, explains the function of the triangle. 10 x Science t Studies Pausing between classes are the social studies teachers. Left to right are: Mr. Henry, Mr. Houston, Miss Anderson and Mr. Norgrove. Missing are Mr. Azkoul and Mr. Ellingson. 1 "Doc" Bazuin, head of ' the science department, 3 examines rock crystals. The active members of the science department pause for their picture, Back row, left to right, are: Mr. Palmer, Mr. Hess, Mr. Smelker. Front row: Mr. Tweedale, Mr. Moerland, Mr. Timmer. Mr. Heemstra is absent. ? r ww K it LATIQDJ X English The English teachers, left to right are: Miss Dockeray, Miss Carpenter, Miss Quinlan, Miss Wray, Mrs. Darling, Mr. Meyering, and Miss England. Mrs, Allyn is English department head and advisor to the Aurora. ll Individual 41 iv if X5 W A S- ? N Miss Williams and student Mr. Lemmink, drivers' education Mrs. Black and Mr. Sukup teacher, Mr. Duiven, from and Mr. Voyce, Industrial Arts, Physical education instructors MICHIGAN STATE UNlVERSITY chat about their problems. brush up on table tennis. discuss modern art. Missing from picture is Miss Barker. Hx A M a-- , Nz- s. .1 .WH ,X s, I ...Q .4.,gsQQ'f.i. .Q s .' ' 'T' 5 W . ' ig, A f., 1 sw. g .4 . J "W A ' . ' 'Q . ,, ' BPL 2 'Q 8 A -rms, Mfg, Tiffany, sight saving teach- The seventh, eighth, and ninth grades fused teachers front row are: Mrs. er, shows the children how to Kniesley, Miss Gorski, Mrs. Shellman, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Mc Dougal, back row: read wgqhoug straining their Mr. Wolotiro, Mrs. Driggett, Mrs. De Young, Miss lrwin, and Mr. Cudney. eyes, l2 ssafihzssw' ff? K 2 K f an X Departments Mrs. Havlick, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. De Maat, Miss Jennings enioy a coffee break as Mrs. De Puit pour for the . tl W ffl, , W lvf' ffl ft fide Mr. Bradley, Union's new vocal music teacher, is shown here with Mr. Gill and Mr. Fryfogle, instrumental music department heads, looking over some of the students' daily assignments. Sergeant Latterman, director head of company C in Union's R. O. T. C., is inspecting a 22 caliber rifle. The industrial arts teachers examine a student's project. Miss Noble and Mrs. Hunt, li- Mr. Service, teacher of the Left to right are: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Moerdyke, Mr. Sruba, brarians, take a free moment special education depart- Mr. Cavanaugh, Mr. Orr, Mr. Savina, and Mr. Raver. in their busy clay to pose be- ment, is looking over some fore our camera. l3 of the students' daily as- signments. L ORGANIZATIONS 1 , 1 f P L Ui? F A-if X,-X yn L7 0 714g Q. QL Y, L, -,Q lfofyt . If Yf2""C'J V J fgclff' C fl rlfyij 5,1 Qu, fl 7 57 3 .-w 4 K' Z ff ," f J I ' "L7'cfQfff'z lik fp! 5ff.f6Q 1fff!9 ,f524fO"f ,f J D cj L! ' If f'fL"Q'f Cf V f' C' 1.y4Jff ,LV ff! VV 7 fry If I ff N I fl x .. , ' f Z ,f Kfffffh ff 51,L f6f1 Dlff'fV ff 'ff f ' f 1' 0 C4 11681 my 'K .L - NCER Y mmf XMLJ yi 2200 fi fi D10 "fl-C TAIL ff-I2J,CifQj f . FA 120146-I Qc NL DLX W ' F f X 23 L, Da P L ' - 5 .- ' Y in 4 0'I XA , 17 4 4 x av 4 2 , S Z 1 1 S Z F 7 Z 7 ? f ,A 7 Z Z Z ? M W ? f ? A Z, ,, Z ,- fm- 4Mm,WffL.u,QLf.fff,, .. . f , V, -X ., , W wwf, , www X- ww,f,x ,Wm . WWA xr ,mwmmwwmm-5 www www! awww ww-aamuvvmwmapwmrm -f-af myhwQm:vvmmwmvx:wX,',M-mwmfffwmmwm ff ' JUNIOR TRIN-A-DORIS The membership ofthe Jr. Trin-A-Doris Horizon Club was opened to any iunior girl. The purpose of the club is to work for the community, to make friends, to learn to work well with others, and to practice leadership. Ac- tivities sponsored by the girls have been to give a party for the children at St. John's Orphanage, to give food baskets to needy families, and to give a punch bowl to the school. J, , T 1 l U 'T + - f gf. , ,TT " ,CVT . V X U V N" 5 t ..,1S'l'lQV fs. EAXTQCQUJCLQ x , VL Iii' X 9 4 f ls. 53 ' . , ,as sl' tl -. W... lst row: Janice Lockwood lV. Pres.l, Judy De Ryke lPres.l, Miss Meengs lAdv.l, Beth Hendrickson lTreas.l, Kathy Heelerl-cs, 2nd row: Marianne Daveys, Sandra Kozar, Pat Eyk, Judy Cole, Mary Ann Kittler, Ruth Engles, Arlene Steimley 3rd row: Norma Westrate, Sue Brozowski, Donna Kuieck, Nancy Van Westen, Jane! Van Woerkon, Marlene Sokoloski, Pat Domanskig 4th row: Sonia Kovera, Marilyn Dykstrahouse, Carol Hermann, Sharon Gorter, Judy Falicki, Joyce Gribbell, Nancy Hook, Marge Whittington. Q , 5x SENIOR f " TRIN-A-DORIS - Si ,-4 The Senior Trin-A-Doris Horizon Club is in its sec- ond year of organization. Its membership is open to any girls who desire to 'f join. The purpose of the club is to develop person- ality and social experi- ence, to explore voca- tions, and to give service to others. Club members collected clothing, maga- zines, phonograph rec- ords, and toys for the Coldwater Home and Training School. Sally Laraway, Janice Seekman, Sandy Beech lPies.l, Mrs. Allyn lAdv.l, Norma Krapp lSec.l, Karen Vrana IV. Pres.l. lo 5 5 M 7 ,f , it X fi -1 if is f i swf ig f if: - gi Q , s il 5 ff of , X 2 E . ' -. X S X- ,f , ,f X - .: r if N , N 2' 5 X 6 if Ti' S X . . li. 1 E A is its L lst row: Linda.Haumann lTreas.l, Ruth 'Engma-n CV. Pres.l, Sharon Van Daalen lPres.J, Judy Schuiling lSec.l, 2nd row: Fran Lanmga, Judy Achtyes, Marilyn Dill, Kay Sonneveldt, 3rd row: Evelyn Dutmer, Joyce Dalebout, Barb Dulmsfra, Cheryl Engle, Nancy Boller. l ALPHA KAPPA CHI Alpha Kappa Chi is a Horizon Club initiated in i954 by girls in the Class of '58. Membership is open to any girl who is a member of this class. The purpose of the club is to train the girls for leader- ship and to be of service to others both in and out of school. One of their service proiects has been to plant flowers and bulbs to beautify the lanclscapingofour school. AURORA PU LCHRA Aurora Pulchra is the old- est horizon club in ex- istence at Union. Senior high girls may belong to this club, which has four main purposes: one, lo do something for the school, two, to do some- thing nice for their par- ents, three, to take part in a civic proiect, and four, to help a needy family. Every year the club contributes 550.00 for the Women Teacher's Lounge. 'lst row: Barb Billey IV. Pres.l, Carol Bronkema lSec.l, Mrs. Driggelt lAdv.l, Judy Rauser lPres.l, Judy Arendson iTreas.l, 2nd row: Marcia Rose, Janice Faults, Cora Jean Hilton, Maryal Mc Parland, Marge Thamasma, lris Mais, Cheryl Di Grandi. 'I7 X1 wigs 'wwe ist row: Sandi Stonehouse lTreas,J, Ruth Feenstra lPres.l, Miss Kosanke lAdv.l, Sharon Reindle lV. Pres.i, Sandy Pen- nell lSec.i, 2nd row: Pat Crowley, Diane Scoby, Frances Shephard, Barbara Topping, 3rd row: Nancy Masulkoski, Maralyn Arnold, Nancy Vander Baegh, Roxie Lipscomb. DA OGA MEGA Da Oga Mega is a Hori- zon Club of senior girls devoted to the task of helping others. The pur- pose of this club is to con- tribute time and money to worthy foundations. To raise money for dona- tions, the girls sold doughnuts a n d washed cars. ln addition to these contributions, the club has given food baskets to needy families at Thanks- giving, Christmas, and Easter time. JR. BAND The Junior Band under the direction of Mr. Ray- mond Gill is composed of iunior high students. The band participated in a Junior High Talent Show and marched at one of the football games. Many band members were par- ticipants in the District Solo and Ensemble Festi- val at North Muskegon, Michigan. , , . ,,,,. , . Q ,.1:1:g.MmsUu1 Ist row: George, Hoek, Bereza, Beatty, Siegel, Hutchins, Oliver, 2nd row: Stockoe, Edwards, Anema, Homrick, Prather, W6SleYr Hyde, CUSS, FOSHBV, Anerna, Haendle, Thurkettle, McClearyg 3rd row: Schmitt, Bolfer, Blodgett, Chmurinsky, Hartmann, Moore, Plating. CHI KAPPA RHO The Chi Kappa Rho Hori- "' """' is an organiza- IIUII UI Jcnlol' gll'lS whose purpose is to help those who are physically hand- icapped. The primary proiect of the club is to help with the Lincoln School children. The girls also worked on the Mus- cular Dystrophy Drive. 'lst row: Pat Salhaney, Donna Bray, Yvonne Verecken, Pat Faiks, 2nd row: Shirley Stahr, Judy Simon, Carol Brower, Sandy Ferris, 3rd row: Martha Flipse, Carol Quist, Miss Anderson lAdv.l, Joanne Bush, Sanda Dodge. 4 s l 1?e I lst row: Pat Maguire lTreas.l, Nancy Hutchens lSec.l, Rose Morlock lPres.J, Lois Van Dalsen lV. Pres.l, 2nd row: Carol Oliver, Sue Allgood, Miss England lAdv.l, Mary Biermann, Gwen Kellogg, 3rd row: Louise Raum, Cynthia Irwin, Nancy Luyk, Joan Pitch, Judy Jonkers, Judy Carter, 4th row- Elaine Heeren, Janice Reese, Bonney Gross, Betty Reyers, Pat Gribas, Judy Mc Key. 19 BETA TAU OMEGA The Beta Tau Omega Ho- rizon Club, for junior and senior girls, was initiated three years ago. The main purpose of the club has been to give help and service to homeless children and needy people and to provide social activities for the girls. The girls gave a Christmas party for the children in the orphan- age and food baskets to needy families. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Delta Kappa Epsilon is a iunior high Horizon Club. The projects of this serv- ice club have been to make all-occasion cards for invalids, to enroll in a home-nursing course, and to study charm and poise. lst row: Pam Kozar lTreas.l, Margaret Lewis lSec.l, Nancy Johnson lV. Pres.l, Ruthann Brenner lPres.l, 2nd row: Sylvia Ferringa, Gay Ann Cole, Eugenia Farougi, Jacque Jarosik, Bonnie Vander Molen, 3rd row: Alice Jingles, Sandi Kempt, Nanci Wescott, Julie Budde, Gayle Van Dam, Ethel Glover, 4th Row: Susan Smith, Sue Ringold, Ruth Kloostra, Barbara Vander Bos, Nieske lwarensteyn, Judy Kloostra. JUVAMUS The Juvanus Horizon Club is an organization open to any girl in the Class of l96O. The purpose of this club is to give service to others, to seek beauty in the world about us, and to provide social functions for the girls. Some of the activities sponsored by this club have been to sing Christ- mas Carols at homes for the aged, to sponsor a paper drive, and to work at the hospitals as hospi- tal aids. lst row: Helen Hoffmyer lPres.l, Donna Moomey lV. Pres.l, Jean Bouma lSec.l, Joan Friedrich lTreas,l, 2nd row: Lynn Beimer, Linda Strotbcum, Phyllis Vander Vrede, Barbara Williams, Suzie Stahr, Arlene Beimers, Sully Boukrnc, 3rd row: Lynn Teter, Janna Strobel, Shirley Boss, Louise Garter, Pat Ogren, Lynn Levendowski, Marlene Spurgat, and Mrs. Darling lAdv. t . 20 SIGMA TRI OMEGA The membership to the Sigma Tri Omega Horizon Club is open to any girl in the class of '6O. The purpose of this horizon club is to give service to the school and communi- ty. The girls serve month- ly refreshments at th e Maple Grove Medical Fa- cility. They also made scrapbooks and puzzles for the children at the Cutlerville Sanitarium. Another project of the club was giving food bas- lcets to needy families. 'lst row: .lean Gibbens lTreas.l, Sue Baker iPres.l, Miss Williams lAdv.l, Anneli Korhonen IV. Pres.J, Judy Burnett lSec.l, 2nd row, Judi Peterson, Diane Babbitt, Sue Moyer, Barb DeAngelis, Sharon Wybranowski, 3rd row: Shirley DeVries, Sylvia Turel, Sara Lankamp, Celia Marks, Diane McCarty. GUIDING HAND The Guiding Hand Hori- zon Club is open to any girl interested in helping others and giving service to the school and the community. The purpose of this club is to help teen-age girls grow as persons through the ex- periences of helping others. A Christmas party at the Little Sisters of the Poor Convalescent Home was one of the service proiects sponsored by this club. l lst row: Shirley Bieschke, Sandra Stewart lPres.l, Rosemarie Walker IV. Pres.l, Virginia Karasinski iSec.l, 2nd row: Mrs. Smith iAdv.l, Lynda Weaver, Ruth DeWys, Sheryl DeBoer, Mrs. Niesley lAdv.l, 3rd row: Elaine DuBridge, Sally Lancaster, Dorothy Marsman, Nancy Kemp, 4th row: Judy Waitulonis, Carolyn Achtyes, Diane TenElshof lTreas.l, Janet Ruppert, Diane Klaet. 21 JR. Y-TEENS Any 7th or 8th grade girl may belong to the Junior Y-Teen Club. The pur- pose of this club is to build a fellowship of girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. Among the services ren- dered by this club have been the purchasing of an Easter War Memorial plant and the giving of a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family. lst row: Pam Powell lFres,l, Barb Van Essen lSec.l, Barb Rose lTreas.l, Mrs. Shellman lAdv,l, 2nd row: Pam Worsley, Sandro Riley, Barb Beach, Pat Irwin, Rosalie Neissner, Kay ludkins, Becky Ammorrs, Diana Veakos, Pat Neringag 3rd row: Nicoletta Farougi, Karen Engelsman, Leslie Riemersma, Maureen DeKruif, Helen Lawless, Linda Jones, Sue Aikens, Mariorie Goble, 4th row: Frances Pitsch, Linda Ching, Irene VanKralingen, Kathleen Walsma, Ruth Warning, Marcia DeGralf, Cathy Lamore, Barbara George, Dorothy Humphrey. SR. Y-TEENS The membership of the Senior Y-Teen Club is open to any iunior or senior girl. The purpose of the club is to help the girls grow as persons, to grow in friendship with people of all races, reli- gions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowl- edge and love of God. Their projects have been to give a mother and daughter tea, to serve at the Community Chest luncheon, and to partici- pate in the UNICEF pro- gram. lst row: Mrs, Atkinson lAdv.J, Lockwood lV. Pres.l, Mc Parland lTreas.l, Dolebcut Havlick lAdv,l, 2nd row: Brenner, Davey, Faiks, , lPf9S4l, Olivier fSec.j, Mrs. 5ClWlDD9l', EUQGIS, DCHOUS, LCll'tflV190, Bush, Sonneveldt, Flipse, Brouwer, 3rd row: Passerelli, Blum, Westrate, Larrtinga, Kitler, Billey, Rauser, Zenk, Kuick, Bronkema, DeRyke- 4th row: Chmurynsky, Herrmarr, Dykstrahouse, Hoek, Schuiling, Gribas, Yonkers, Bryzowski, Allgood, Blum Bblter- 5ll'r row: Lyke, Acl-rtyes, Dutmer, Duimstra, Johnson, Engle, Feenstra, Hendrickson, Van Daalen, Engman, Reyers. I 22 XS INTERMEDIATE Y-TEENS The membership of the Intermediate Y-Teen Club is open to any 9th or lOth grade girl. The pur- pose ofthe club is to be- come iunior members of the YWCA, to grow as persons, and to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, a n d nationalities. F o r service proiects, the girls worked on the Red Cross Drive and the Community Chest Drive, dressed dolls for the Santa Claus Girls, and gave 510.00 for the YWCA World Fellowship Fund. lst row: Jackie Jarosik IV. Pres.l, Mary Hoebeke lPres.l, Miss Nisper lAdv.l, Barb Vanden Bose lTreas.l, Martha Hoebeke lSec.lg 2nd row: Lynn Beamers, Alice Jingles, Nancy Ridgeway, Pam Kozar, Lydia Gould, Diane Oppeneer, Sharon Richardson, 3rd row: Eugenia Farougi, Sue Ringold, Margaret Lewis, Mary DeVries, Celia Marks, Judy Kloostra, Margo Seltzer. FUTURE NURSES The Future Nurses Club is a club open to any senior high school student who is interested in nursing as a career. The purpose of this club is to encour- age high school students to investigate nursing and to give service to their school and commu- nity. The girls worked in the Butterworth Hospital caring for the patients' plants and flowers, as- sisted with the hearing, eye, and TB tests, and toured the hospitals to study the actual process of nursing. lst row: Sandra Scoby, Linda Zenk lV. Pres.l, Judy Achtyes lTreas.l, Judy Schuiling lPres,l, Beverly Vugteveen lSec.l, 2nd row: Mrs. Crassman lAdv.J, Sue Schipper, Sandra Stewart, Maryanne Kitler, Anna Passarelli, Norma Anderson, 3rd row: Diane Ten Elshof, Marlene Oatley, Marilyn Dill, Sue Brozowski, Joan Czarnopys, Nancy Bolfer, Linda Rednerg 4th row: Linda Haumann, Fran Laninga, Sharon Van Daalen, Evelyn Dutmer, Judy De Ryke, Nancy Hook, Norma Westrate. 23 COMMERCIAL CLUB -rw. 6-.md lst row: Mrs. Atkinson, Barb Tarbell, Zona Gould, Mary Rice, Barb Volz, Miss longing 2nd row: Barb Riordan, Luanna Roth, Marcia Rose, Diana Wilkinson, Glenna Kropf, linda lowing, Ruth Engles, Pat Gribas, Dawn Morton, Judy Jonker, Frances Shepard, Doris Weberg 3rd row: Con Barclay, Marilyn Arnold, Shara Van Maldegan, Shirley Cline, Sandy Pennell, Pal Masalowski, Donna Bray, Carlene Johnson, Ruth Lantinga, Carol Oliver, Mh row: Wawanna Ammons, Mary Hoianacki, Pat Houtman, Danna Kuick, Sue Bryzowski, Betty Reyers, Pat Gridley, Janice Fulis, Marge Whittington, Carol Vugteveen, 5th row: Norma Westrale, Judy Bernatowicz, Bonney Gross, Janice Reese, Carol Herrman, Janet Gridley, Ruth Feenstra, Marilyn Dykstrahouse, Marilyn Stone, Nancy Vander Boegh, Arnette Roth, Sharon Renkes. The Commercial Club is in its seventh year of organiza- purpose of the club is to get a better understanding of tion. The membership of the club is open to senior high the business world, to develop interest in business, to students who are maioring in commercial subiects. The develop better citizens, and to develop responsibility, co-operation, and loyalty. For service projects, they pur- chased a tape recorder for the Commercial Department . . C , l and worked in the Civic Theater. , . 1 X ,Q is E K C J. ei N X c.,, mm A lst row: Barb Volz iTreos.l, 2nd row: Zona Gould IV. Pres.l, Mary R' S .lg 3 d : M' Langin lAdv.i, Barb Tarbell iPres.l, Mrs. U , 1 Aii:inJoriClAdv.rl. row ISS This year the Commercial Club held its annual banquet at Win Schuler's. 24 CAMERA CLUB The CameraClub has been in existence at Union for three years. Any senior high students may join the club if they show an active interest in photog- raphy. The purpose ofthe Camera Club members is to learn all they can about photography and to provide service to the school by supplying pho- tographers forthe Aurora and Reflector. 'lst row: Diane Schulz lTreas.l, Nancy VanderBoegh lV. Pres.l, Mr. Timmer lAdv.J, Dave Youngblood lPres.l, Jeanne Gibbens lSec.l, 2nd row: Luanna Roth, Sue Baker, Sara Lankamp, Shirley DeVries, Sharon Wilder, 3rd row: Sandy Nordmark, Allen Kuenzel, Ron Westrate, Dan Rahrer, Arnette Roth, SPANISH CLUB Any student who has had or is presently taking Spanish may belong to the Spanish Club. The purpose of this club is to promote good will, to give service, and to stim- ulate intensive interest in foreign languages. The Spanish Club collects the absence slips hourly to ease the duties of the homeroom teachers. They have undertaken coat- checking at the basket- ball games. lst row: Robert Gailius lPres.l, Judy DeRyke lTrec1s.l, Kathy Heetderks lSec.l, Joyce Gribbel lV. Pres.l, 2nd row: Ruth Schols, Annette Marsiglia, Marianne Daveys, Carla Gleason, Max Apple, 3rd row: Berrie Bechtel, Susan Chmurynsky, Judy Cole, Susan Fiedorowicz, Mr. Srnelker lAdv.l, 4th row: John Hand, Sara Lankamp, Sharon Garter, Judy Falicki, Marilyn Smith, John Keegstra. 25 lst row: Linda Vos, John Rhoad lPres,l, Mary Jo Cox iTreas.l, Sharon Van Daalen lSec.l, Max Apple, 2nd row: Miss Wray lAdv.l, Jeanne Nash, Donna Clark, Kaye Sonneveldt, Linda Zenk, Sally Johnson, Kathy Balys, Mrs. Darling, lAdv.J, 3rd row: Wilma Chittenden, Judi Crinion, Sharon Chittenden, Nancy Bolter, Marilyn Dill, Sue Engle, Jeanne DeHaas, Linda leedy, Sue McDougal, Linda Haumann, Ruth Engman, 4th row: Alan Rubin, Pat Gribas, Pat Maslowski, Alma Anderson, Nan Van Westen, Cora Jean Hilton, Joyce Dale-bout, Judy Schuiling, Cheryl Engle, Daniel Kotrch, Chuck Heindricks. LATIN CLUB "7 12? - 11413 wf 4 ff Membership in the Latin Club is open to any students 'ft' L who have taken Latin or ff L are taking it at the present V, time. The purpose of the 'UV' club is to develop the cul- ' tural and social interests of 4 "fi the students, to train them if vr, for leadership, to be of serv- ice to others, and to main- tain interest in the Latin lan guage and in classical Ro i ' f ' , man culture. The main proi ect of the year was a Latin , '- Banquet for the club mem- b e r s . f , I, L km, 4 ' Q W , J eww Mary Jo Cox lTreas.l, John Rhoad lPres.l, Norma Krapp KV. Pres.l, Sharon Van Daalen lSec.J, model costumes worn at the Roman banquet. 26 lst row: Mrs. Crossman, Donna Clark, Sue Bentall, Judy Carter, Miss Perschbacker, 2nd row: Max Apple, Carol Blum, Cora Jean Hilton, Roger Rhode, Jean Pekelder, Evelyn Weidenfeller, Gwen Kelloggg 3rd row: Marilyn Smith, Judy De Ryke, Charles Heindricks, Mike Murray, Mike Flint, Gordon Chapin, Susan Chmuryuski, Elaine Lantinga. SENIOR COUNSELORS The entire purpose of the counseling program is to serve the students who need help in their difficult subiects. Seniors with high scholarship who are willing to devote their free hours to helping others with their studies are able to join the Senior Counselors Club. JUNIOR COUNSELORS Junior Counselors is a new club and has been in existence for only two years. Juniors with high academic standing who have the time to give and who wish to help other students with their studies are chosen for this organization. 'lst row: Mrs. Crossman, Ken Marek, Ralph Walsh, Sandy Nordmark, Miss Perschbackerg 2nd row: Linda Houmann, Marilyn Dill, Kaye Sonneyeldt, Nancy Bolter, Janet Van Ryn, Ruth Engman, 3rd row, Bob Gailius, Marge Holtrop, Pat Gribas, Judy Schuiling, Sharon Van Daalen, Judy Achtyes, Don Larkin. 27 Q J' ii 2 J sn. srunsm M' couNcu. ::5??Q.w Members of the Senior Student Council are elected homeroom and club representatives. The purpose of the Student Council is to act as a student governing xv 5, as if s body and to promote better re- l lations between the students - and faculty. lt sponsored as- semblies to promote sports- manship, safety, good driving habits, and better conduct in the cafeteria. The Council also edited an orientation hand- book for new students. ls! row: Alan Rubin, Lynn Beamer, Max Apple, Marcia Jones, Ralph Giles, 2nd row: Ruth Engman lV. Pres.l, Ken Marek lPres.l, Mr, lernminlx lAdv,i, Cheryl Engle lSec,l Keith Termatt CTreas.J. tim, , .'i-.W rf-W , 3 ,W W 2 'lst row. Janice Lockwood, Sharon Rosimus, Carol Blum, Kay Sonneveldt, Sondra Hatton, 2nd row: Janna Strobel, Jerry Kribbetf, Jean Pekelder, Peggy Lcstocy, Martha Hoebeke, Karen Vrana, 3rd row: Sandra Beach, Kathy Balys, Sharon Snider, Sara Landcamp, Mary Jo Cox, Judy De Ryke, Judy Schuiling, Judy Bradford, 4th row: C. R. Karlson, Al Palmer, Jerry Levandcski, Norma Krapp, Dave Austin, Marcia De Young, John Keegstra. 28 XS? ,ilr f' , X 4 JR. STUDENT COUNCIL The Junior Student Coun- , cil is a governing organi- , zotion composed of two representatives from each iunior high homeroom. lts purpose is to unite all iun- ior high homerooms and to provide proiects in which junior high stu- dents may participate during the year, such as, mixers, parties, and safe- ty programs. lst row: Jacque Jarousik lPres.l, Dick Berezo lTreos.l, Richard Churmynski IV. Pres.l, 2nd row: Barbara Miller, Carol Prather, Nicky Farougi, Pot Meringg 3rd row: Joe Conser, Ruth Ann Brenner, Pamela Kozor, Lydo Gould, Bonnie VonderMolen, 4th row: Farley Ranger, Dave Coughy, Mike Bolter, Steve Servaos, Sven Lindberg. CHESS CLUB The Chess Club is a new club which was organized in September, 1957. This is the first sch ool-wide Chess Club in Union's his- tory, and any student in Union High School may ioin the club. Its purpose is four-fold: one, to teach chess to anyone inter- ested in the game, two, to improve the knowl- edge ofthe game, three, to conduct chess compe- tition in the school, and four, to organize teams for competition with other schools. lst row: William VanDuersen IV, Pres.J, Mr. Peter Savina lAdv.l, Robert Hoffman lSec.-treos.J, 2nd row: Jerry Rudnik, Douglas Moore, Gordon Johnston, David Hartman, David Clark, Byron Von Slyke, 3rd row: Charles Androkosicz, John Wesley, Charles McLain, Steve VanderWeg, Ronald Voll, Eric Elmgren, Alex Kitwinchuk, 4th row: Robert Troeger, James Smiegal, Fred Clingen, Koile Bishop, Edward Gross, David VonGarden, Robert Stoudocher, Roger Hook. 29 CHEERLEADERS I i BWI Sally Laraway, Jean Pekelder, Carol Vugteveen, Carol Bronkema, Miss Langin lSponsori, Barbara Billey, Judy Rauser, Beverly Vugteveen, Lois Van Dalsen. The Cheerleaders Clulo is open to varsity cheerleaders. whether the team is winning or losing. The main purpose They strive to build and to promote school spirit, to back ofthe cheerleaders is to gain more school spirit, loyalty, the teams, to encourage them to win, and to lead cheers and respect for our school. Carol Vugteveen, Carol Bronkema, Sally Luraway, Jean Pekelder, Beverly Vugteveen ICQ-cog:-taint, lois Van Dalsen lCo-captainl, Barbara Billey, Judy Rouser, 30 5 ii lst row: Lois Van Dalsen lCo-captainl, Judy Rauser lSec.-Treas.J 2nd row: Beverly Vugteveen ICQ-captainl, Miss Langin lSponsorl VARSITY CLUB 'lst raw: Ken Folkertsma lPres.l, Da-ve Morrison lSec.l, Ted Czaikowski Members qdmire 'he ffgphy Cage. IV. Pres.l, 2nd row: Mr. Cudney lAdv.l, Mr, Wa.vio lAdv,l. Any boy who has won a maior letter in athletics is assemblies, to maintain the trophy cases, cmd to eligible for membership in the Varsity Club. The sponsor a father and son reserve team social ban- purpose of this club is to further athletics. Some of quet. the services of the Varsity Club are to usher at lst row: Mr. Cudney lAdv.l, Bill Marculis lTreas.l, Ken Falkertsma lPres.l, Mr. Waivio lAdv.l, 2nd row: Dave Lang, Glenn Buller, Jim Slattery, Mary Malmberg, Dcne Jingles, 3rd row: Toby Lake, Bill Vint, Jim Kragt, Walt Olson, Bill Stacey, Dave Yonkers, Glenn Carlson, 4th row: Ed Krey, John Hand, Tam Van Duinen, Gary DeFrang, Marv Piccard, Dave Zegunis, Jim Bart, 5th row: Don Cass, Ben Green, Jim Kuhn, John Hanson, Tom Stuart, Don Baudine, Mel Piccard, Tom Bereya, Mike Murray. 31 --rx l 'nj am Grade choir Boys' Glee Girls' Choir lst row: Cheryl Di Grandi, Elaine Goodpaster, Barbara Stanlield, Annette Marsiglia, Joan Ott, Mary Schuiling, Mr. Bradley, 2nd raw: Pat Gridley, Linda Redner, Sylvia Turel, Barbara Zietlow, David Caughey, Walter Goodwin, Roger leech, Glenna Kropt, Diane Ricketsan, Ruthann Brenner, Norma Anderson, Ruth Haskins, 3rd row: Joan Haskins Phyllis Houtman, Pam Kazar, Nancy Norton, Bill DeGraff, Mike Larkin, Keith Bradley, Mary Gray, Georgia Lipski, Arlene Steimle, Ruth Engel, Sue Brzovvskig Ath row: Ruthann Postmus, Nancy Westcott, Nancy Johnson, Diane Oppeneer, David Raoks, Donald Cole, James Sytsma, Martin Chirgwin, Sue Fiedorowicz, Mary DeVries, Nancy Hook, Janet Gridley r 32 7th Grade Choir CHOIR The Senior Choir is com- posed of students in the 9th through l2th grades. The choir sang at the An- nual Choir Vesper Service at Fountain Street Church and participated in two choir festivals. With the assistance of the Spanish and Dramatics Depart- ments, the Choir pre- sented an elaborate Easter program which was an inspiration to the entire student body. Re- placing Miss Best as vocal music director, is Mr. Nor- man Bradley, formerly the director of vocal music at Riverside Junior High School. Miss Best FESTIVAL WINNERS On February I5, the Dis- trict Solo and Ensemble Festival was held in Lowell, Michigan. While many students from Union participated in ensemble and solo events, only five entries received a first di- vision rating which en- titled these entries to par- ticipate in the State Festi- val at East Lansing. The students who received first division rating in solos were Rupert Kettle, Sandra Heidenga, Ruth Engman, and Kaye Son- neveldt. , -ss WW 4 DEDICATION TO MISS BEST The passing of Miss Florence Best is greatly felt by Union High students and faculty alike. Not only was Miss Best an excellent teacher, but a fine person as well. Miss Best taught vocal music at Union for 32 years. In addi- tion to her duties as a teacher, Miss Best wrote a monthly column for the Education Music Journal. The columns, recently compiled in book form, are to be published next fall. Miss Best was a gifted and talented woman. Excellence and perfection in teaching and in directing musical productions were the goals Miss Best tried to achieve in her work. The distinction and artistry of the many Christmas and Easter programs which she directed through the years will be a lasting monument to her memory. Miss Best will long be in the hearts of those who knew her. W, .., , Band and Orchestra members that took part in the District Festival. 33 'H' SR. ORCHESTRA ,uw f M ff., i 1 1 i xt: i r x 1 l i x ,.. The Senior Orchestra, un- der the direction of Mr. Theodore Fryfogle, boasts one of the finest high school orchestras in the city. The orchestra has given an all-school Mati- nee and a Spring Con- cert. The string ensemble, composed of orchestra members, has enioyed a good season, and the group has played for many banquets and spe- cial groups. V. Karasinski, R. Kettle, L. Weaver, T, Malone, M. Malloy, R. Stehour, R, Kettlehake, R. Engman, D. Austin, J, Hoek, J. Kerkstta, T. De Jonge, S, Tumbling, C. Anderson, L. Lombard, J. Hanson, A, Kuenzel, K. Waltz, M. Malmberg, S. Hatton, D. Sterenbcrg, C. Hilton, S. Chymuiynski, K. Sonneveldt, T. Bereza, N. Van Westen, S. Burns, D. Sundstram, C, lrwin. SR. BAND Not only is the Senior Band an excellent con- cert band, but it is also an exceptional marching band. Union High stu- dents enioyed the forma- tions of the band during the football season. The band was a part of the Veteran's Day Parade and participated in other civic proiects as well. A special swing band, com- posed of Senior Band members, entertained the students during the bas- ketball season. An all- school Matinee and a tin- al Spring Concert were activities in which the concert band performed. i . i l L. Biumins, R. Kettle, J. Strobel, R. Kettlehake, S. Heidenga, N. Peterson, T, Malone, K. Brenner, W. Dreyer, T. Skrobot, J. Simpson, S. Olesczuk, L. Brown, R, Doyle, E. De Vries, C, Anderson, R. Rustmeyer, W. Swanson, l.. Strotbaum, A. Kuenzal, J. Hanson, R. Baird, M. Malmberg, M. Dykstra, T. De Jonge, B, Twiest, J. Koaistra, B. Logan, T. Dexter, D. Winters, L. Toohey, M. Chirgwin, J. Bradford, D. Snow, S. Breken, N. Van Westen, L. Marsman, S. Chymurynski, R. Stewhaur, J, Swanson, S. Hatton, R. Walsh, M. Ncvosod, M. Nellis, D. Larkin, T. Verhoeks, J. Hoek, D. Sterenberg, P. Hartman, T. Bereza, Maiorettes, P. Crawley, L. Lombard, M, Sryczan, S. Feringa, J. Budde, J, Gibbeng, 34 4 , ,WW WM, 'Ist row: Sheryl DeBoer, Sally Boukma, Miriam Dykstra, Carol Harberts, Shirley Bergman, Donna Clark, 2nd row: Jean Kooster, Joan Friedrick, Janet Ruppent, Sharon Snyder, Arlene Beirners, Sandra Heidinga, Kaye Sanneveldt, 3rd row: Louis Vander Have, Jim Systman, Roger Rodei, Judy Schuiling, Marcia DeYoung, Sharon VanDaalen, Ruth Engmon, Prudy Smith. ? Z BIBLE CLUB All interested students are welcome to belong to the Youth For Christ Club. YFC Club is an in- terdenominational group ot iunior cmd senior high students whose purpose is to promote spiritual growth through Bible study, Christian tellow- ship among students, good Christian living as a means ot fighting iuve- nile delinquency, and loyalty to the church. They present varied types of meetings and contri- bute to the support of a Korean war orphan. 'lst row Leslie Riemersma Karen Engelsman Mary Nellis 2nd row: Sandra Hatten, Sharon Chittenden, Joy Vander Zouwen, Marlene Clark, 3rd row: Joan Haskins, Torn En gelsman, Dave Youngblood, Paul Smith, Wilma Chittenden. lst row: Kathy Bclys lV.Pres.l, Marcia Jones lSec.l, Lynn Beamer lTreas.l, 2nd row: Don Vanden Akker fPres.l, Miss Wray IAdv.l. 35 lst row: Pat Bulthis, Willa Dryer, Rita Rusteimierp 2nd row: Loraine Van Dyke, Hazel Hogan, 3rd row: Robert Bergman. r A lwwsirre ww., ...,..-.A-www-Q-vi t N, - 5 .X -- r GUC G.A.A. The main obiective of GUC, the Girl's Union Club, is to give girls an opportunity to participate in sports and games. On Monday and Wednesday, the girls take part in bowling, badminton, bas- ketball, and volley-ball. On Tuesdays, special guests have given talks R Celia Marks, Judy Cole, Pat Gribax, Sharon Van Daalen, Judy Falicki, Marilyn Dykstrahouse, Judy Rauser, Maryann, Moore, Nancy Johnson, Mary Grace. . tl Xi' 'X m 'NS ,.':'-5,4 1 f, N K . fr. ss ' , --f s 1 .'g 2 so we g' W ima 'SX 55. ,.... Q, N V ,ww ,,,,W www, as NN,wm,m,,,, A fmwxw. Qs: ,pmkg kv ., -:ze 'RW 4 uf rr sg, ' - Wikia- Www f ers sw xQ e I . , U 5 ,Q S S 'Z 'xr is- ' vw H nv Sf fl 4 w 'Nx, if J 1 if - il f MW 9 - ff K L? an num v W W ,y , A rw fe , it W Q E . wr ..: .ng AM, ' on poise, hair-arranging, and figure problems. G. U. C. All City Honor, lst row: Carol Brouwer, Janyce Blum, Cynthia Irwin, Pat Faiks, 2nd raw: Sharon Van Daalen, Pat Gribas, Barbara Duimstra, Judy Schuiling. Debbie Miller, Mrs, Black, Judy Falicki, Kathy Gregware are participating in a table tennis tournament, 36 GUC G.A.A. G. A. A., Carol Chicky, Julie Kuenzel, Irene Van Kralingen, Beatrice Ullman, Eugenia Farougi, Nicoletta Farougi. Ninth and tenth grade gym class playing basketball. l i l i lst row: Ted Czoikowski IV, Pres.l, Ramiro Vela lSec.l, John Rhoad lChap.l, Ken Marek lTreas.l, Craig Carpenter lPres.l, 2nd row: John Orr, Barry Bechtel, Lenny Hottius, John Swanson, Ron Bickel, John Hand, Dick Sidebothamp 3rd raw: R09 Meyerinkf Terry Mc Carty, Mr. Azkoul lAdv.l, Rich Nye, Con Barclay. 37 Hi-Y The membership of the Hi-Y Club is open to any senior high boy who is interested in athletics. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and communi- ty high standards of Christian character. The club basketball team won the City Hi-Y League Bas- ketball Championship. As a service proiect, S100 was taken to the West Side YMCA Building Fund by the club mem- bers. lst row: Mr, Needham lAdv.l, Dave Moore lTreas.l, Keith Termoat lPres.i, Jerry Levcndoski CV. Pres.l, 2nd row: Bruce De Dee, Jay Deal, Art Veenslra, Bill Miller, Chris Goll, Bruce Crowley, 3rd row: Roy Brown, Henry Heetderks, Joe Cox. MOVIE CLUB Movie Club is purely a service organization, open to any- one in the 9th through l2th grades. The club provides operators for sound and movie equipment for teachers, PTA groups, church groups, clubs, and any other civic group which requests the assistance of the Movie Club. Art Veenstra, Keith Termaat, Dave Moore, Chris Goll, Roy Brown, Dick Hopkins, Dick Beatty, Tony Pellerito, Bruce Crowley, Jerry Levandoski, Jay Deal, Bill Miller, Joe Cox, Henry Heetderks 38 Keith Termaat lPres.l, Mr. Needham lAdv.l, Dave Moore lTreos.l, Jerry Levandoski QV. Pres.l, look over duties for the week. R. 0. T. C. The R.O.T.C. program is designed to teach young men leadership, obedi- initiative to prepare them for their fu- ture lite. The program consists of one year of basic instruction in drill, in the care, cleaning, and functioning of the M-l and the nomencla- rifle, ture of the U.S. Carbine. The second year cadets are taught small unit tac- care, cleaning, and tics, functioning ofthe Brown- ing Automatic Rifle and machine guns. Third year cadets take up map read- ing and aerial photogra- phy. lst row: Douglas, Foess, Krauss, Krotch, Denman, Beatty, De Graff, Vander Meulen, Pellerito, 2nd row, Costigon, Leech, Roher, Main, Farr, Molen, Byrne, Ricketson, Leech, 3rd row: McNutly, McFavish, Mileski, Schuitman, Smith, WinterHalter, Shuker, Cole, Denyes, 4th row: Herizinga, Dykstra, Heindriks, Bishop, Flint, Stevens, Kooistra, Brown. lst row: Main, Smith, Gilbert, Hendrick, La Rouse, Johnson, Pater, Heindricks, Leech, Vedies, Fischer, Scheuitman, Dykstra, 2nd row: Wisniewosl-ci, Sosnowski, Schackelton, Sanok, Larkin, Menccirilli, Riley, Hills, Ricketson, lngalls, Douglas, Koning, Ollon, Baker, Powers, 3rd row: Byrne, Moler, Kline, Turner, Schultz, Hill, Schmidt, Hayes, Zolen- ski, Peters, Keenan, Pellerito, Vander Muelen, Leech, 4th row: Foess, Le Baron, Broan, Willemsen, Sinterhalter, Farr, Houran, Decatur, Krauss, Costigan, Jacobson, Luce, Hoogerhyde, Hartman, 5th row: Ensley, Kooistro, Stuart, Denman, Cole, Secord, Smith, Bosowski, Kotrch, Sebunia, Hoffman, Wemple, Weckeman, 6th row, Brewer, Borgman, Clingen, Cleland, Cesbro, Ricketson, Timmer, Huizenga, De Witt, Parauka, 7th row: Kooi, Steffes, McNulty, Rohrer, Stevens, Ciminskie, Shuker, Durdle, Schoover, Hoek, Mileski, Sherwood, 8th row, Beatty, Denyes, Westrate, Bishop, Heindricks, Flint, Rector, Brown. lst row: Fischer, Lt. Colonel, Vedies, Maior, Hendricks, Captain, Pater, lst Lieutenant, 2nd row: Hendricks, lst Lieutenant, La Rouse, lst Lieutenant, Johnson, lst Lieutenant, Gilbert, lst Lieutenant. lst row: Moler, Master Sergeant, Bishop, Sergeant First Class, Johnson, lst. Lieutenant, Vedies, Maier, Leach, lst. Sergeant, Fischer, Lt. Colonel. 39 SCHOOL LIFE Www? aww 6? X ng Q 'E r, A "ZW Q 1f.:A...S1i . ' 'K 4 5 Z Z e f 2 E V Z Z Z 3 ff w ,f Z Z 4 ? "It's all part of our school year" ,f Measuring for caps and gowns is one of the preliminary steps toward gradua- tion. N-..,..-Q The hall between 340 and 34011 was filled with confusion when the underclass- men pictures were being taken. These sophomores are proudly displaying their new class rings. Pam Kozar entertains the student body at the Aurora-Refleo tor assembly. O -I 1:53- -mmm -' fi :rag- Omg 3-2: .A L9,"'9f :SQ Ugg.. coo-3 241: mQU" CDCN4 3: 5252 N42 .K- D Em Www 'lr This Christmas skit was entertaining as well as spiritually en- lightening for Union High students and faculty. ts 43 The Western Michigan Univer- sity Glee Club was an enioy- oble success to the Union High students. Union High's cheerleaders and student body showed enthusi- asm at the assembly before the Union vs, Catholic football game. .M Wf lk ci eY, CK J M en, U9 onker, Q J od, J Q0 All ht c1re:S. rig O f ff Le RT COU MECOMING HO r, T. Czikow- ie Dex the picture ore: King, T. Om fr Missing SVSGH ug? dB.V GD ensfro Fe d R. Dressler Cn onker nfer, J. J Pe Cor ski, C. The Fraternal Order of the Police held their annual dance, the Fop-Hop, in the civic at Halloween. Chosen from Union were: Ruth Feenstra, Beverly Vugteveen, and Sue Allgood. , f, V f x These charming girls are the class sweethearts elected by their respective classes. Left to right are: Jean Gib- bons, Karen Vrana, and Jeanne Pekelder. These three attractive girls represented Union's R.O.T.C. at the Annual Military Ball. Left to right are: Judy Jonker, Linda Lombard, and Jeanne Pekelder. fn We get a glimpse of Jan and Marilyn freshening up in the powder room, The big evening begins as Conn Barclay, Marilyn Arnold, lra Bylsma, and Jan Van Woerkem arrive al the Rowe Hole! for Yhe Prom. X - K , - ,gV,. fly Y, 4 FYfI..,::Q 1 fr E run. sg 4 , sc -X ll The evening ends as Conn, Marilyn, Ira, and Jan leave lime S, - -V dance for a delicious dinner. Conn, Marilyn, Ira, and Jan are going up lhe stairs lo get a view of the olher dancers from the balcony. For the females there are pony and duck tails. Boys we see wear crewcuts and boogies. Vests are neat, for school or street, The girls favor striped suits. Bulky knits are for girlsg Ivy league Trench coats are for girls and tankers for boys. for boys. ,WW wwffm s X f X.s,,5 ,V V, H, f f M W In . 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IXA' I 75' fini S' -.37 , Q A-my, , X ' 4 . X 1 ' J W- . 79 M , sess s.ss The senior boys line with their "Maharaiah of Ma odor" number was one 9 left to right are: A. Rubin, D. Befteridge, K. Termott, C. Carpenter, Czaikowski, D. Nichols, D. Morrison and G. Van Ess. 48 of the hits of our Frollies. Picture Kloostra, P. Smolinski, R. Giles, T QAK f V A ff 'J ff! X 5 Q 4 ' f u . K X ff f ' X xXx 3 X if ' ix . U 7 I ,, , WZ,w , W N- ,W A if ' in Q' 5, Qgiffff .Y xx . V KM Q 4 MW N X V V 3 JSM! w x X , , Af K I, Xi R IZ!!! ' 12 X If Q Y 5 , ,ff J fgf wr I ' K K - J fic f ff X W ' - , X X. .-,Y 5 f , V ' J ,W Wx , mf ,,, K . ya Q Mfg' .. Q -xg X , gs K f fy , , Ki. 1 7,1 4,111 d K TTR X X J J -K .A X f X in J i A . 1 ,,- ' As: rss tie 'i A ' , ' f 7 ,' -L mf , N7 MQ s, ff"'1g-Q 'A Q J . n K g b X V E g , , X "" W , f X - 1, wx 1 515 :X x ' A 1 . -- I, f , -gf, ', A fxyyf Q affix iffy-ix ,W 2.7. Wvci 4. 1 I f 1 QQ , , -.Q X , Y' ,f , ,4 M , 'Q jj- f ggv , . 51 J ' 5- X 4 - ,f if if J f if ' LX,, Fw 1 J V , Left to right ore: Carmen Knight, Jeanne Pekelder, Pam Ferwerdo, Sue Brzowski, Chorlofie Irwin, Iris Mais, Judy Henry, Joni Johnson, Judy Falicki, Carol Bronkemc, Sandy Kwekel, Pot Monoogicn, Judy Ruuser, Kathy Gregwure, Carol Vugteveen, and Zona Gould. X N ? ,fn Q X K If ff ff! R 2 N '-vw B i M,,.v"'! J. ' "" "W f ,R j f J Xi J , ,fff WZ N -X. X. ,,.,,....,4-W' X dy! I X M. Miller, J. f I .u.- I , ,,,1 J I iw. Nicoleltci Farougi Pekelder, P. Ferwerdci, C. Knight and J. Arendson. Connon Barclay J. Seekman and E. Tciuier. J uu We nf G J f, rg- ' 5 ,MPM , 'iw , S f f K X X ff 1 X 0 W, f ff m.,w M41 WX W W, X , ,,v?x4 KW 1 SW 4 if A WW, ,F W 2 K W ' ffm Q,.,:2-- A, I 4 ,,g1Qg,, , , f , , . M y, ii f, f . '29, , ff 44,9 f My ,X WW f -1 . ' 1:11 X fn f wwf ff gfW:X:vf""'f-1,,. ,Q ggi," , Av Hg -1, ,,,,,,' ,,, 5, -Q I x - 4 ,112 , V, ff, ,:V,Qx ,,5, xy ,f 4' '1f"f-I'-'ffii if , 4 U ,f 4 ffff ,AX A , fm , Wfmxlf if Qi 49 "Cheaper By the Dozen" :JW Vf fra.. LW ' W 4, "" ig H", fn? 5C Mother .... Father .... Ann .... Ernestine. . . Frank. . . Jackie. . . Dan. . . Bill ..., Fred. . . Lillian. . . Maid ..... Dr. Burton. . Joe Scales. Mrs. Brill... Martha . . . Larry . . . .. Ruth Engman .. .Don Larkin . .Mary Jo Cox .. Sue Allgood Connon Barclay .. . Bob Gailius .. . .Bob Kurti .. . .Alan Rubin . . .Steve Hurt . . .Carol Oliver .Sandra Pennel . .Ralph Walsh . . . .... Greg VanEss .. .Marilyn Dill . .Ruth Feenslra .Dave Morrison i i i 2 Before boarding the train, we catch a glimpse of several of the senior high students building up their spirit for the forthcoming Benton Harbor vs. Union football game. f Here we catch a glimpse of a large number of the student body standing in line waiting to get into the library. i----V The thousands of fans who enioyed the city championship game, also ap- preciated the work of decorating the goal posts done by C. Bronkema, J, Lockwood, J. Johnson, and M. Mc- Porlond. , f gg sccc ,. my Senior car wash proved to be a lot of fun as shown in this picture. Left to right ore: F. DeVries, J. Seekman, J, Kloostra, K. Vrana, N. Krapp, and background, R. Lipscomb. mg" diff 1 1? The future greats in the world of art are seen hard at work in Miss William's seventh grade art class. Left to right are: James Fletcher, Wayne Ohm, and Jill Darling. Union High Girls' gym is shown here filled to capaciiy with students taking the lowa Tests of Educational De- velopment. These energetic teachers are cheering for their fellow fac- ulty members at the Faculty-Varsity game. Left to right ore: England, Langin, Dematt, Irwin, Anderson, and Doneth. Here we get a brief look at what goes on before Mrs. Black calls her 8th grade gym class to order. ,nv 35 4 V2 X 4: 'f Fl F 5 K if W My Union High's pretty Freshmen cheerleaders energetically lead our Freshmen athletic teams. Left to right are tap row: P. Kozar, A. Jingles, R. Kloostra, N. Zwarenstryn, E. Frougi. Bot- tom row: B. Vandermolen, J. Jerousek, R. Brenner, N. Nicols, M. Philips. These members of the 7th hour Aurora Staff relax from their hectic schedule to observe the Christmas season. These members of the Latin Club proudly display their proi- ects. Left to right are: Frank Mileski, Susan Oleszczuk, Char- olette Irwin, and Nancy Boller. These sophomores are seen en- joying themselves at the tenth grade mixer. f Z A . WW Z4 f r , fl.: J, X f 7 ATHLETICS by -L- HER Yxicg . Q V' Q I c m m uff Q ff - X J Z 2 ,, W! f X W, f THRILLING SEASON LEADS -xx 1 xg wf ' sl-- Heeringc goes around end on c roll-out, with Stacey blocking. Zegunis tears around the end io goin more yardage for Union. Jim Slcftery i .WLM ,, S ,A,,. Dove Zegunis Bob Heeringo 56 Tom Van Duinen Dove Long Don Cass Dove Betteridge A: HAWKS TO CHAMPIONSHIP Folkertsmo shows his speed to Ottawa. Zequnis croshes through center for another Union touchdown N Bill Morculis Ken Folkertsmo Bob Czornecki John Garrison 1 , Bill Stacey Jim Krogt Marv Piccord 57 X 4: lst row: Coach Sukup, Cass, Marculis, lang, Heeringa, Folkertsma, Stacey, Van Duinen, Zegunis, Czarneckl, Piccard, 2nd row: Green, Boudine, Betteridge, lake, Piccard, Garrison, Slattery, DeFrang, Olson, Kristchgau, 3rd row: LaRoue, Bart, Giles, Kelly, Anderson, Vint, Reaser, Kribbet, Wiersma, Glass, Caughey, Atl: row: Frosh Coach Tweedale, Faculty Manager Needham, Equipment Manager Timmer, Waivio lmissingl. Zegunis breaks around the end. Combining depth and spirit, under the coaching of Milo Sukup, the 1957 team captured City Championship. The record was marred only by a loss to a highly rated Muskegon Heights team 19-13, and tying the Muskegon "Big Reds", 21-21. Union went undefeated in city league competition, displaying powerful offensive and defen- sive tactics. UNION OPPONENT 13. .. .. .19 Muskegon Heights 13. . . . . 6 Ottawa 38. .. . . 6 Kalamazoo Central 27. .. . . 7 Central 35. . . . . 6 Creston 21... ...21 Muskegon 22 .. . . 6 Catholic Central 20. . . . . 6 Benton Harbor 27 ............ 6 South 7-1-1, Season Record 58 YOUNGSTERS TEST GRIDIRON SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM lst row: Mollace, Prarl, Hemmes, Malone, Hoff, Koning, Spayd, Webber, Coulller, Lukas, 2nd row: Stellema, Klooslra Umlnski, Belz, Linouf, Sosndwski, Lenard, Cenrllli, Gross, Pohankag 3rd row: Cox, Wadheim, Roe, Virkslis, Liminski, Tarkinglon, Overbeek, Boregeld, Schoofsma, Celelski, Dewys, Coach Moerland. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM ls? row: Youngs, Anderson, Sundstrom, Kennedy, Hqll, Vry, Curry, 2nd row: Leech, Rellig, Taylor, Coleman, Chirgwin Verberg, Portfleel, 3rd row: Coach Tweedale, York, Swanson, Schichlel, Hagerty, Wheelock, Sylsema, Cross, Millwe Cody, Byrne. 59 HAWKS DISPLAY Ed Krey Mike Murray John Hanson This year's basketball team dem- onstrated lightning speed on its many fast charges and accuracy Dave Yonkers Jim Kuhn in its shots. Although the record was not very impressive, the team showed tight and determination. Captain Ed Krey was the city's leading scorer and was honored as a member of the fifth all-state team. Despite the outcome of the season, we at Union are proud of the spirit and the sportsmanship of our team. Tom Stuart 60 Mike Murray and a South player iump for the re bound while John Hanson watches. CAGERS SKILL 52' ln the Catholic game, Mike Flint scores John Hanson gets his shot away from o two points for Union. South player. l l l l Ray Waldmiller Mel Piccard 61 Marv Malmberg Mike Flint Marv Piccard TEAM SHOWS SPIRIT Top city league scorer, Ed Krey, scores two more points for Union. SEASON SCORES Union Opponent 51 . . . .... 71 Muskegon Hts 51. .. .... 56 Ottawa 28. . . .... 52 Creston 44. . . .... 54 Central 48. . . .... 29 Traverse City 67. . . .... 97 Christian 42. . . .... 62 South 50. . . .... 66 Catholic 34. . . .... 53 Ottawa 46. . . .... 50 East 45... .... 57 Central 39. .. .... 64 Christian 60. . . .... 75 Creston 50. . . .... 66 South 55 .......... 81 Season Record Catholic 1-14-O 1st row: Yonkers, Malmberg, Plccard, Krey, Kuhn, Coach Cudney, 2 d . M y, Hanson, Stuart, Waldmiller, Piccard, Flint, 62 JUNIOR BASKETEERS SHINE . A e ee e X Q A 2 1' sf 2 f , - , , 1, f ' 4 y f 4 4 4, I Uufwff ' x ', K - . X . 1 i ' 4- f . Q 4, 1 2 Af 2 ee , , Q i , F g ,gag 5 A 2? I L5 ff L . ' 1 f K Y Q 'K K K E K 1 fix 'lsr row, Coach Sukup, Leonard, VonSTee, Yonkers, Koning, Warning, Gross, Davis, 2nd row: Vcldhimes, Hoag Overbeek, Ver Hoeks, Prince, Belis, Malone. 1 isf row: Coach Service, Youngs, Piisch, Schultz, Hemmes, Bouwens, Chaffersong 2nd row: Miller, Keveris, VanderLind, VanderHyde, Hyde, Rauser, Leech. xQ , X, I QLN i 63 T. Czajkowski dication that fine material Missing from J. Hanson, J. B. Sherphorn CROSS COUNTRY This year's cross country team, led by cap- tain Ted Czaikowski and under the direc- tion of coach Mr. Robert Azkoul, had an unsuccessful season, finishing fifth in city league competition. The team was pre- dominantly underclassmen which is an in- coach Azkoul should have to work with next season. the individual pictures are: Hand, J. Dempsey, C. Olds, R. Hand, and M. Lantinga. R. Bickle C. Carpenter R. BGTGZCI 1 . R. Meyerink D. Sidebolham G. Buller T. Englesman The team lines up to wait the star! of the race. 64 The 1957-58 cross country team was coached by Mr. Azkoul and captained by Tecl Czaikowski, TANKERS DEVELOP DEPTH as ef IW i 93 it a Q ,S M, Qsx Q The Swimming team standing left to right are: Lancaster, Mincerelli, Snozoski, Vint, Polecheski, Termatt, Morrison, Lindhout, Webber, Pallerito, Baty. Kneeling are the co-captains Jingles and Lawrence, f " - Union's swimming team, captalned by Dave Jingles and WW'f' ,,,, " - ,3Q,,f. .,., , " iffggfyfj - - - ' J ' ,J 7 f,V!- f Jim Lawrence, fought energetically to achieve a fifth J A J 1 J J lace in the cit lea ue standin s This ear divin 1 , , ,, I f ,- f N p . . Y 9 gf Y 9 , ff competition was added to each swim meet. f", ' " ' ' 5-Uaiiifs? i f it 'M' .,.-. ff f 7 ifi" P, ,W , i .. if XJWMM ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , .cc-I, f,f,f,,, ff, iff f, V I ,V 1 x f,:w,'v,,,f, ,, ,,, ,, ,, - ,,g5,,ygf7 ,f ,, J in J H T y ir i s , 4 - ,,,,7,W,,f4ff fp f ' ' 'J " it hu iff 'eff A , X , 'f ig f, ,, ,,f,f,,ff ,,,,,,,WWWf,,f,,,,, , , K g X I1 K, H 'V If gffgwfuaff ' l M in N f me 4,7 ,,,. f - V rtrt f , it an ,W I f ff Jim Lawrence practices diving before the meet. , "Bottoms up" 65 DIAMOND STARS 1' ' r t s is.rg7Q ,f '59 ' A if l Q L V H ---L -..-.M.-,,s ef' "' .J - 1' VM -Q WU! i W li" VW' fs f ' f 'x 1, ' 1 M? ll 5, 'it J if ggi! '-" ff Q 'KM' ,f fl' i i tif! 01,4 lx lf: Pictured above with Coach Doc Ellingson are the iunior and senior members of the baseball team. These are the boys thot will have most of the responsibility this year. This group is the sophomore members of the team. They will goin knowledge and experience this season, which will help later to build a championship team. 66 SHOW SKILL Dave Yonkers awaits the first pitch of the season. Rich Nye picks up a grounder and covers second base. The team is looking forward to a promising season this year. Spirit and determination is shown at practices, and coach "Doc" Ellingson thinks this team has great possi- bilities and may become Cl championship team. John Hanson pitches in the season's opener. The catcher gives the signal for each pitched ball Date Takas lets loose with a fast ball. 67 .5 lf f,c ss RUNNERS EXPECT c, ss N ,sf 5 T K X C19 s vars' PF' Q ' s .Ax S Q Cx . 2 , - ff LN r , Rskiifskqsc, MU -NX, X. s 5 , X s s s l 5 , ,, Q, X lst row: Coach Waivio, Folkortsma, Heeringa, Vint, Bodine, Zegunis, Murray, Maier, Olson, Buller, Hill, 2nd row: Lake, VanDuinen, Dc-Frang, Dempsey, Green, Seriecki, DeWys, Olds, Snosozskip 3rd raw: Sidebotham, Roth, Barclay, Purins, Marculis, Sherphorn, Hand, Jingles, Elliot, Davis, Ath row: Pratt, Leonard, Betteridge, Swanson, Overbeek, Bervza, Ward, Hagg, Henningsen, Betz, Josinskas, The defending City Champions, coached by Mr. Karl Waivio, set out to continue in their fine winning man- ner. A large spring turn-out headed by co-captains Bob Heeringa and John Hand spurred early season optimism of a repeated championship. With the re- turn of hurdler Dave Zegunis, sprinter Ken Folkertsma, high jumper Mike Murray, and polevaulter Clair Major, the team had some of the most talented per- Dave Zegunis and Clair Maior are taking first and second places in the high hurdle event at the Union-Catholic meet. formers in the city. The squad's main problem was to develop the inexperienced youngsters to strengthen team balance. The boys were working hard to uphold the fine track traditions ofthe Red Hawks. Ken Folkertsma is seen crossing the finish line in the title meet between Union and Catholic, BEST YEAR N , sm X X. Heeringa, Zegunis, and Major go over the hurdles. Union's distance runners. Murray goes over the high iump bar, Surachi is practicing broad jump. Young hopefuls take time out. Union's letter winners talk over the com- ing season. W f "Sprinters, take your mark, get set, go!" 69 Zegunis and Maior keep their eyes on the polevault bar. Heeringa and Hand, co-captains, talk over the schedule with coach Waivio. NETTERS DEVELOP POTENTIAL 'QF' This year's ten si f 5, ig. lst row: Frank Pavauka, Dave Buzalski, Adam Jakubielski, Stan liskiewicz, Roger Gelbudap 2nd row: Coach Sruba, Mike Flint, Walt Niewadomski, Garry Rupp, Bob Heindricks. nis team is captained by Marv Malmberg. 70 Union's tennis team appears to be on the verge of climbing from the league cellar which it has dominated the past few years. The team shows skill and determination early in the season. -S SWINGING HAWKS SEEK SUCCESS . f XX W f Q? Q Kneeling are co-captains Bill Stacey and Tom Sluarlg 2nd row: Burke Webber, Tom VerHoek, Herb Novifsky, Ken Marek, Bob Bell, Lennie Hoffius, Mr, Sukup, Coach, 3rd row: Dave Snyder, Charles Heindricks, Jack Lindhoul, Jack Hazewinkle. The i958 goH season looks for Union. Coach AAHO Sukup group ofretunnng leHer men to work. ll is possible that make a strong bid for The championship. prosperous has a fine with which Union will cily league Co-captains Tom Stuart and Bill Sfacey talk over the coming season wilh Coach Milo Sukup. f V5 4 UNDERCLASSMEN w -L- Ym ag E A ,'i'g v " -.. ,JM wx , mg. , x Q X of 6 p J ' 'I 4 5 . Z 7 Z m1Avmpf mf1,f1n-M-Qfwwffz, --MW Wwwfmmfwwwmwdawlw ff :::Mf,zvsvMMg,.f,fMmQ wAmuuv ,z: ,ww wwf N mxxvwfmvsbww - mwwmwmf . f , f Q GRADE 7 w C . M 4 , , Z . X I x . V X Q ,V i I , 5. ,V ,. K i Q NN J - V7 ,A . .- HQ' , Z .4 - 5 5 . 1 I 3 .g . Q. X Q l K . .. A 'Q ww" ii y ' fir... r- -' , Aikens, S, Allen, D. Ammerman, D. Ammons, R. Anas, D. Arnold, W. Bulk, L. Barneveld, R. Beach, B. Berzlsy, f. W K L .N Q "U V' . . X qw. ,. nk gm 'V' mf' R' 'Er ,jf .. X " ' f ' V' L N I W 1' : if ff M f in xX,. .Q A l ' M ,i ' I . ' SE: 1 . . X.AQ 1 .,.-I Slacksiock, O Bosowski, 1, Bradford, M Broekstra, L. Brown Brummelhoff, J. Buege, C. Busbee, M. 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Cohan, J. Comer S Com, R Cooper, S. Cost!g:nr1,M. Coulter, J, CQLJ C1g3g0Vj, Crowley, B, K. ' X Q7 ' 'D ..-M, , . ' ' ' I M- -.ff -er-Mg. any WW- X W, -'J -, Crowley, D. Cumbevwofw, rs umwcrlr Cwwngs, K Czornecki, T. Czorwopys, J, Dcwlstrom, S. Davis, D, ifmcmgelis, B, De Boer, S. f , '2 s -. N Q"""1- W, . r f ,g - r. if X Q '11, " 1,13 4 -,J ...fx f 170 ' f ' V ...af , -Y r f X ll, . , - V X A . rw- g 4 A , . ,, r. ' ' f"'ff6i"'.' Tw ' ff A Decker, A. De Greek? Dc Grcof W Du Groot, M, Denman K. Denyes, D, De Voz, E. De Vries, D. Oc Vnes, M. De Vries,'S. 82 14' B s- ifsjx . D9we?fH, C, -rs xr .Q ...-"S Dyi-srro, M. nfs-, . 4 'V A E De Wyfs, S k R X91 si Dykstra, S. Q. fu.4. f' ,, ' ,, X4 , 556' 'as'-Tr., s X W, x. ' T- ' Us XVys. R. Do Young, M. Diei, J, -Dougios, J. V, f-sa Ecasrwoy. L. XY, Z, X I Ji Q YV s X f ' mf' , ' Fischer. 5. Foehi, B. Foess, T. 5' 7' ' s S W6 X. .f A I ,f 'Q ,IL 5 Y 1 ,'f"" 535 Goerfmarm, R. Goidner, N, 5051, C- , , XL . ' s .ss , , ,, ,W . . 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The Sophomore Class Board consists of lst row: Beamers, Hoebeke, Jones, Johnson: 2nd row: Dykstra, Beimers, Heidenga, Nellisg 3rd row: Sfrobel, Baker, Gibbons, Simp- son: 41h row: Feensira, Berhoeks, Farr. :H 2' " 4 '39 Q A 5' xx is W 7 Nil' x. ll- fri! W., " , 3' ,, 1.4 K... f K " I ' 'M' ff' ,'O?iV"5Of' Johnson. S Jones. 3 h ,,, Q, , M , hs We' y A 'ww aa "' x nf, , A ik N 4.5. . - 6 W . M QM V 'Y ,, S ,,, --' I .'- , KM- I' ,pw t . . . ff 'J ms' W - l ' ' My fuk r .,,f,eL,, ,f V, Q if, 4 WW' 5f'f'frCfr" l Kamen, N, Kennedy. L Kfaftlehoke, S. F' , ,f V I f . an fs. fm IZ, 5 ,Y 3 .4 Q Ea qc. N.. bln., Q if fn- ' fl X W' X5-R--f sv' . x - -. 7, , . ww, ,. 'WW . rf V.. ,-,-.Ns A My,,,,1 k.,L.,w,L,,J " A 1- n. 'A W' X? -. on W- . ,U .. - ,- -A ,, 1193? M 4 T' "" if 1 . AKA- hh I 1""f"" " ' 1 X rx w...,,fH.4, R 1.--,1..V 5 l,,,ds,f,.,ym i A f - nm I 'JI 45" . 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I 'f f-M ,f . lj , 5' I ' 'I Zan I f' 'W f V 'S I M If I , Ad fr 1 Soudine, D, Bechtel, ES. f The students who take on the headaches of the Junior Class are: V left to right: Lockwood, Kribbett, Arendson, Mois, Flint, Johnson, Bronkemo, Vint, Engle, seated: DeRyke, Rouser, Mr. lottery. f ' fy ,, . f We 1 X I' f f f' IS., I If M ,X W .E I If Q ,f ww 1, ,I - ,, I I sl ' ffffl I I f 57 5. , Bradford, B. Zradfofd, J. Smiley, 1. Brenner, K Qfonkemc, C. , X I, I I Ii N , I 5 f ' ' X 4 U f l ,.,f 1 V1 W a ??m ff! 7 f Buitmcm, D, ' + f 'fx ' if' Rf' 24 4221 'Z' ,W ,w , " . .ChmUfvHflY'.?g.,. , Cotter, I. Bylsmq, I, Cc1rboic1l,W. Cqrlson,lG, I my L, 9' I ' . Clark, S. Cline, S. Cudney, if 4 4 M Al A Brouwer, T. Brown, A. A ! W1 S I 'W W J! ,., f Caughey, C. Cederlund, R. Cnossen, B, 5 Cole, B. 87 Bell, B. QW If X ex, 5,7 2. f He-when 5, l. X If , 1 13. Blooms, 1. WZ A5 ZZ 4 X W X W ,' 1 v f, 1' Boos, J, I X Bruininq, W. X f, wwf .AE Chopin, G. f Benfoll, S, Berezo, f WW 1 N A A49 X I' T. 5 3 , f, W , Sie-rmann, M Bliley, B. . , x Blvmf C- Blum, E. N-vw, ' W X ff ,, E , . 4 .I Bargrrzon, H, ag are I iffy X ,. , ,M 1 Btlowsld, S, f 74.1 N. W .Y ff X . ,, f Bouwe-ns, L, ' ff' en, W , QW. 'Mag W 'Q 1 , to ,, 3 Bullef, G. A of W X x , If . ff , X , Charles, D. Chimzrden, W LJNY I ,F f' if f -I ,Coopen C. Cowles, S. Crinion, J, w 4, 5 ' Sv- ' ' , "' . ' f - . ' 79 0 3 W fm? ' Q Q A fn K, x I x ML- - new A A f F' ,ff f sf M- ' K 5, , uf' ,S YL B" W I f V' X , r I X , 2 Dcnreison, N Dc1rling,D Davey, M pong, E D.: Dee, 8 A.. 1 5 " ww 'N' ' ' V , M 15' E hr" ,fp , ' T' Q. in ' . .35 De Prong, G, De Groot, T. De Hoag, J, DL- Ryke, J Dempsey. lr , Q77 I I f W Q ff fir, ,xy I , J Smell something? "Doc" Bozuin watches as his chemisir ,fu H , ' clcss works on experimenis in the lab. K- ' ' WJ I X A A I t . DeGmndi, C Oohm, S. D0lw1d,J. 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X Jurezuk, R. if ,,,, 'W M ,a f "high ,Q e wj, f,fl Koopmans, D, im If Kuzee, R, f Z , f fm-I .V X f Lawrence, G f ' W ' X06 ' 4 X M' Lukaz, D. ... V W , H719 7 'Q'- 43 Wx f W f Marlene, T, f , f 4 X Mc Cofty, T, nf' ,W V V1-ww' lg ix X Hfrfh, M. Qmgx of Hcrgan, 8 W 2- Kone, R. fy if 0 ff J, ,,,,, , ' f W H' . I Kohfch, D. I f X f Z fi WW fi Kwekei, S ya- urn , X X W f 5 iii?- Hoeksna, M, 'nm ,Af W 4. Mi ff, K -- 1 . vi A ff- ,fir ' , Hun, P , Kcrpenko, Z.. I XA! f f Z 4 ,Wy f i 7 . X 7 Wf Kovefa, S. f. f, W' ,wig ,, f f ,ff 3 , f, X ,,,, Lobon, R. ,ffm V ,f f ! W f W , K 1 , ,R ,I 'f' f 1 1 A V ,ef ,g,g,f,?g5,Q ,' 'mf , , ,.,-,W ,1 f: . f 11? , Lawrence, M. leach, 7 , W 21 um, f W x if f Vff uf Hoeksvra, R XM ,' ingoK?s, L. by o .J 1 Keenan, R. M WX .. ,, Kozar, S, , ,ff ma, K, 3-+1 ,, ' 1 3 Lake, T. 2 My , , , 4 ,wg ,z 6 ' , A V ff' ,W ,, Hoffms, M , r , ? I , :ag Z cf X W f 1 XV Q Irwin, C. , , f Kellog, G. M f,,, m.m.. , Kvogr, 3, 7, Q, 1 " 41" , . , ,,, Lomper, 1, f ' M' f I ,X X f x Q ik w 4 N-Nkw-S , , ,A L vw 2 , ,fy v, ,gf Hoffman, B, W Jarmosco, FZ 5 nf 1 ,W f W 1. W , f I W M ,, A Keyes, G, X V, f . fu Q, Krauss, V, 1 4 W5 W Hagan, H, ff' -A, ffm, y ww z ,vs k 4, ' :it Johnson, C. Q M 'Mk W 235 A7 7 , f X 2' Wav , , W , My 1 ,ff 'xr if 5 f ZX! Kiiiezewski, D, f f l , 1.1 ,L 0 Kribbet, J, "YW 'H' ! X W Lowe, R. Long, B, i . ,, J X , , ,, Oy! UNCH, D, Leech, P, Leeward, A. To break the monotony of ihe day, the Iunior class spon- sored the Noon Hour Dance on Tuesday. 89 W . g L ,ff f Levcmdoski, J. ff! Moc Donald, K. ,, H Marsigiio, A, 1 f X -r H7 ,1, 4 ,M f V fm Mc Donaid, K. Hfzinofk, M f 4 johnson, 2. g, 1 K W, wfasif if Kmer, M, 25 . o M ,Z ff f Kmpf, G W f Y ,V f f f Long, D. . krll if Lvsk, D. Mais, I. Q , ww f R fffgffgq f MOVS3giiQ,1, fr Wg I , , ww ,,.,a- 5- or , Mc Elloey, R. 'la Hook, N Q f ,. M ffffzfiggw ,, ,mfg fa ,. I , iolinslon. J 1 Z , X Q Knight, C, X 19 ww X m y ff , .iff c" . Kukeck, D, ,aw W' X Lonringa, E. 1 W law Y Lockwood, J, y6'f??'7f ' ' AW Q-ax! - 5' irvsf: ,ff , 4 5 3 W X YWVW Q5 7 Wffw' , f " if my f 1, Mczfrzkaasicas, fi. iefy , Martinez, G ,f .Nm f nf L, N! . ,567 f xx, ,V Mc Gee, S, , , A , ,x has Mlller, . Q 4 45" ' Ko' X F QQ " 1 M R iw. I Munz, M gg, Q' Y Olson, . mas: Vi .. Millers,M 5wfh Qwg Murray, M. . . ,Nw ,. ' X X . K x H NH QQ rr, -X . .AG-' f-,waz as... . AW ' W- ff V- f jr ,J . V X 4 't MC ?U'l11f'1l 'ff Morin-go G Mernll, P Meyermk, P Mileeiei, F AMIler1D, pw- f 5 ' - ,, f -an A o wifi, , an Q, an r A- 3 X da' ,pw , ,ww -A, X x ., fl ',h Qn5 WW Wo Wgl Z , , f 3 ' 4 f g 4V"" f 'f M7 fn 'X':fS7f f, ff! 1 Y Nl'5i3lf,1CJIUCry,O Moore, M Moore Ft Morris, D Morton, U. Morton, P l l 'aw' 575- . f ww .W I M gf V. 5 .r U, arf' ff ' My' nv- f 1-V s I , 'rw X, A , I , Nl-mln, P Norvon, N Novulsky, H 0 'moz -yn, , Q Q L l l '- qw Q :A 52 f , ff' C' ,. ,,, , 1 I' Possmelli, A l'c1yn1'. U Pearson, R 6 7' 2. .- -A Q-1 E-., 'Ev' W iv' " ,TSM EF Th' 4, o ' 5 E d Ph1lInps,C PiQfc1rd,M Psccofd, M X Pilgguk, D, Pllsch, J, Ponne, R 'D .: dk l, . , Rouklewisgz. R Rcvnlc1,R Rovsepi nf, - W " if S .o 4' ' - 'Tu' I: Y., .M fi '- ff , v I Qoodu F? Roolfs, D, Rose, M, 3 Az' 45. G' . 4- 4-w mg -wr X , V if -.. -,X .flitkfzf 7 -ni Sfrnppc-r S Schullc G Shukerl T Holes or no holes, it's c sock saver. Apple and Killer do ion, Irwin, and Lockwood. ., W h mm ffliw or yr Xf W'viWj f 'IK K4 A ,, Reoser, J, Reed, D Reilly, K. Q 7' no , Q9 Cl- 5 W' sf se' 'X . nw! ', i Ross, R Pozonskl, R. Sanborn, 1, Q"'lw ? Q'o ww Svmorxl Sl0llery,J Srnilh, B. 90 hop-in lhis case il's 0 life lheir best for lheir team. Watching are LoRoue, Brzowski, Johnson, Kribbel, Manoog- 7 f' 1 4 nWM,ww mls ph .s 7 I, hf , Renl-ces, S, Renzemu, N. "x I Q W 74' x f-:QQ :, 2 , f L, , . , Cv 21, l A , Schafer, S. Sclxerphom, Bl !",, M Smith, J, Smlth, L. . Q Q Nr' 1 Mifcavish, M. Mole-r, R 1 ...N i i t X V 1 x X X XX J' N NelsOn,J Nelson, V. C ,i?14:2".x,M , T- W . gg, nm .up l is-' 3, ' ff' X- , ,ww Q--ev fl 6rr,1. 4 Poo we, P, 7. in 7, 42 if .' .Zi-f: A ,lf-1' f V . My Z ,, Q Pekeldf,-1,1 pc,ke.,,,CZ' G, ,' , , K gl' 7 4' I M' 'Cf' PIQCPVOCIK, R, Pierce, S. W 'ff an av QM, ,, fr' ,Md ' V GW, ,M Z , ,, Postrnus, R. Proos, S. 7 'V 4 ' f f W ' i ,, xl 'Y ff A ,, ly- - A 1 ' L. .A WCW, My Rlckelson, D4 ,aim 133 N I WJ, 'VW' x' f Schichlel, A. Schnipke, J. '5, ,WW aw, nwq - Smffh. M. A small., np amy we X 59W"k.g. ' xv - Smoes, D. .l Ku A uf 3 XXNOIF 1 b s. ' x Rx Stewart, C. . Q X sms- - , ggi Vfx N Q Terpstra. A .r wav- . X , A ,Q-A , . s Van Garaeren ,X 'A' , Q 5--QJ5 ' rw s VanderVeIde,i Q41-iff A W., ,x MSM M J' Z VlrwI,VJ. y y! V .- -fl r' V W clcovf, V. I f --. I . W W ' NK ffflff 1 Weiner, H. Wifqgok, B. my N m Q S... , gf. ,, N X i N X. fr Z3 ,Q ,., ff V If N . x I is x X . f, JW ,N f iwf f I ?Aj""f ' ' X . AN s I 5: X. K X V . 1, . ,, ,,,, . ,f My s W M qu, 2 K . ,Q Q sg , x X . , ,, . .sw , fy . Snyder, D, Soderlind, F. Sokoloski, M Sorenson, S Staudacher, J, Sieimie, A. Sfehauwer, B. 5:65-,,.,,-,werl Rl Sfevemr 3, , I X xx ,,. x f s K 5 I X Q . . vw .s . V A B r N N . If A I VV f xx .ff . 'W4 V W7 mfr, 'Q 'W Z' M I I 2 X s N' ,fi if f VM , W 4' . sf? ff N-ffxx ' f .. K K fx. My ' X f A lf. W f X... X 4 I 1 r. - -1 I Q ,x?s? Z . fn f f f 'V 1 Stone, M. Smart, B. Siurrus, G. Suiter, R. Summer, A. Swort, K.. Taber, H Tokas, D. Ten Efshof, D, ' 1 59 . 'iii Q Thomosmo. M, N ra N 1 , 3 f 3? X Q V. Van Wesien, N Tabirr, oo ey, L. Tugfie, K- x x ,af 'K M ff f ff m f, L Vander Zee, C. .V U fag.: g . , The dusi sefiles on Ihe sicrs and the serenade fades " V, The "Star-Dusi Serenade" is drawing to a close. I Visser, D, i I Z , f, .w" xv, f -X Q., , .K Q' 5 Q, as Q rr as V 4 2 . I VZ oz , Ofx , 7 X- QQ, 1 Q . rar-W, W' ' I 0 -F, f V 0. , ' I ' f ' nf Wu. Or " ' ff M X ZW! . X 7 I ZW I , yf' ,. , 1 1 -A ' fr., f I . my Woldmilief, K. W0"9V3, D' Warwick, C, Weaver, A. ,WebbErf, N, 97 Weiniak,M. X , W Wiftkoski, T. , I f . , wr, 5, j... I gs ,, A Western, M. Wesrrcre, N, Wiersemc, D, Whiftingfon, M. , ja A A I ,. Wright, A. Wybmnowskiy Yonkers, 0. Zenk, L I 9 I away. A , Weber, O. Wilcox, S. rx 5' an X Zbikowski, K. L 9' .N , 1 .. E , hw X "ff " ' f 4-Ms.. fix 9 .ex 4 . Vzarski, S. VondervBeldv,C. WW 7? 'JanWoerk0nx,J. f VcndeVrede,C. fa 731. 7' , . 'Q - VOdry, M, ff I 0 . .' 1:7 f I Weersma, J. " 7 f Wilkimson, D. W' Z H We Zydor, T. is 'QW ,b f Van Wyk, K. VonDeurser1,H fs' 45 'Y .. Vander Hom, J. x ,nf X x 4 ' as ,LV f W, flfhf Veenstru, M, I, ,,,,, X ,,, fm . 5 Nw s Vickers, D. Mg ' N, .7 f 'W 'ga ,W,,.f f X ? 419' ,ff ,I ,,. AW 4-K f f l. , von, ri. vJQ1e v Q5n, W. 'Q , Q 1? We'idenfe !er, E. Weiland, D an . 1 ff W5 , 5 0 , f eff W , f My g 4 f x X 1 fs.. f Wilkowski, V. Win1erha!Yer,R. Jil: An.. hh M I , ,Hu ff XX 'wx zgmwf I K X k A , Le X K if iff Y xx 'Afofda A .Ox , K 15? X ,. A xx x x A ' L, ii ,, yt' V' N. K Qs gs. x xnxx X X. i NX jd, Lynx, 1 , W f W V f X lx fx ff f f wr'3wf" f X x f , ' f f M' f M4 , 5 X 2 'K ' MQ, " X , wi i 6 .4 .ff A ff: I '33 f U. Q .. ,,,,. 93 smlons . f., ,LUV ' ' fi wr 1 U 1' X i V r Q -,ill A q W 'M A 4, 1 lfv ,' I 1 i jfw .iffy N 1 N?-7 .W 1 J. - NCER Nuff Q ' . X! .- 4"4. guys .H M 0 ' 5 4 UWB mi M yu fi ' 'f. 4 fl The new senior advisor, Mr, Norgrove, talks over the senior class problems with the retiring advisor, "Pop" Early. acl s N Q ' ,P we 'vs X may s i Kwai' f""s Senior homeroom teacher, Mr. Marousek, receives assistance from his helpful office workers, Shura Von Maldegen, Cheryl Engle, and Linda Haumann. Senior Officers Lead Class of '58 The senior officers ond board members work hard to keep the senior class active and happy. Around the table from left to right are: Pat Faiks, Arnette Roth, Yvonne Vereecken, Pat Moslowski, Janice Van Dyk, Pct Salhaney-Secretary, Don Vanden Akker- President, Judy Schuiling-Treasurer, Ralph Giles-Vice President Sue Allgood, Joyce Dclebout, Luanno Roth, Beverly Vugteveen, and Lois Van Dalsen. Judith Achtyes Susan Allgood Wawanna Ammons Alma Anderson Co-operation y y W4 ff f f f ,fm ,f N " 1 Wg 7 M I ,fda gps .UQ - I -mmk X , h'l F ix bffwwf M " - ,fk, Q, ' , M Robert Anderson Harry Antles f ff . ,mf ks , W: iv, 1 f ,,,.., .nf Connon Barclay James Bart Carl Anderson ' is Keynote of Senior Class ff Marylyn Arnold Sandra Beach fs Q, r f as ' ' X z My ff :W lp 5'f"w V f ' ff fx! sfyff f f fx... fgs? ,n Sharon Avram f 1 Q Q X X f :H X 5 Z f W xii X f P7 f f f Nancy Behrens James Baker Gregory Bent sin Anne Berg Marvin Bergsma Joyce Bergsma David Betteridge Robert Buerkens 97 'ZR , ! vm ,V-Z 1, Janyce Blum 4' ' x ix. W Donna Bray N Exif iii: letitia Broene ,,,..r ,ff r bv 1 1 D Janet Bowman f ? as 2 V Z J Dale Boersma Nancy Bolter Joyce Boss 7' 5 -AIHQL Washing cars was one ofthe means by which ihe seniors raised money for iheir class Treasury. Car Wash Provides Fun and Money Beverly Bricker 'fix as Carol Brouwer ft' 'T' Phyllis Brown Joanne Bush Richard Carlson Craig Carpenter Donald C4355 98 sr. A 'BG Joyce Christensen cl 7 ivy L Y r xx L f 1, A' 4 f X, Mary Jo Cox Ted Czaikowski Lois Decker in f 2 gk K , 4W"' 5 Q W Z, 'J' st' N X ji. Joan Cieslak Ronald Clemenshaw Elna Cobb Paul Cobb ,f Senior high students ore ready to board the train bound for Benton Harbor for the football game between Benton Harbor and Union. Class Sponsors Train Excursion f , Z c N xffwf ZZ? 5' ff X f fs X A , , ff? X f .ff f X sg f 4 'Y Timothy De Jong John De Korte Marilyn De 99 Vos 1 X J X f ff, N Patricia Crowley Joyce Dalebout ' 7: ,, iw f 4 f : .. V, W J Y x 1 - fe X X. 53 ff Y , 'S X - J Fred De Vries A1 lxwsyxwf-fix All , . . L A I f' ,mln 'Y . V547 Mary De Vries Raymond Dewey Thomas Dexler Marilyn Dill Ronald Dressler 0 Senior Students ,, - 4 "' ' a ff ' .x U M ' N' ' -vt: 5 iw' 1 N' Q + N YQ it x .M may bl ' 1' . in I' ' fl Barbara Duimstra .5532 .v.- Qi xx . V --sri' 'i i 1.-Q X- A gk ,R X. 53 A ., A Robert Eggerding Patricia Faiks Ne. Evelyn Dulmer 9 ?- Cheryl Engle i if-are " A Guy Fase 1 Kenneih Eberlein '..I iql fm f ,M Tradition requires the senior class lo keep ihe war memorial clean. This year Ruth Eng man , 4 5 .2 5 f J 54' ., we Af z ' ' WW ? I , ' - , , ' 's-- , W I r lm 1 Q fn, H I 5 xv ' ! I, -I a A , V , If ,I .,,...,,.,.,.-,. w- nu- ,, , . 1 ' :'-:' . . . i Ru-h Feenslra Sandra Ferris William Fist'-,ef l OO it' Qtr Martha Flipse Kenneth Folkertsma Robert Gailius I Clean Memorial Ralph Giles Yr IN W . ww- if Keith Termaat and Cheryl Engle took f care of this duty. f is , Wg Benny Green we W' lllllllil '1 '-PXNX Wf f f', Nqr., 1,5 If f H fi ' 1 ,S , 7 y A , a 'N X ' Z ff in 17 Q ff" X f K fv A W Qu 'gi W'4Qxff 1 ,K 'Q,L,.w. fwzsf. X fk V Q , X John Garrison i.f, Carol Glemboski ,ww wi ,W 2 A In f f X, - it A Q J X ' f V7 W 1 4 W f, M Z Patricia Gribas ,,, Burt Gifford , f ' Q MM i f W X EX 1 W -Q, ff' G . ' J W: ' fe , Mary Gray hmir V M , S XX' f Elaine Grigas f ff we .15 0 , X' ,i e lf Joan Haskins John Hand James Hansma John Hanson Linda Haumann lOl A :.. , , ,V " .. , ,Q x , 1 5253 A YN Timothy Hawkins Elaine Heeren Planning Commencement, left to right are: K. Vrana, N. Krapp, R. Engman, chairman, "Pop" Early, S. Van Daalen, D. Vanden Akker, and T. Czaikowski. Robert Heeringa Henry Heetderks Q4 2517 a:s."q' K 73 we ' Af, f Kenneth Hendrick Ronald Higbee James Hoek Dale Hoekwater Mariorie Holtrop Commencement is Held al' Civic Auditorium , -an A ' W K Qu., is X, . W "-- . Edward Horton Patricia Houtman Steve Hurt John Husted Nqngy Hufcheng lO2 Cynthia Irwin David Jingles Donald Johnson -Q' 7' Jack Jonker Judith Jonker Seniors Present "Cheaper By The Dozen" N I ff -uw ' 1 ,aw 4 e ' , a alll! ani' 258, AA 7 PQ f Q 1 . X f www N. -,-M-7 X Ffa? 1 , A 5 2 N is ,Q Nancy Joustra 4 f 'n ,, yy ' ' 2 ' M 'ff X ar in WW Q V, : ffff . JMU, , ,s. ff 1 4, fn, my , f, .f T or if, , ,, fa f Ronald Kefllehake Paul Kissel , Us ff ,ff . rf' ff 5 2 Arlene Kloef Gordon Klooslr 6 ff Th , X 3- , 51 1 - fx l H 1 rg K N x X , Q sl fig 5 W? - fr 5 1 if 2 ,ff l iek ll we - 125- fi? -neg' ,f 'll W f, lie Q Charles Judkins C. Richard Karlson Thomas Kasper John Keegstra M 'Q 5 , ' ,rf Wmywy 7 s . ,I ', ,rg fqf L ' f , V fi x me X we IW X if . f so f f zz X X 6 76 we A ff-.,, K ff li? if if f V ff irfgs Us 5, W, M x 97 f Ml if X, wyf ,V 1 i , Z J Q M y 'fff Q 1 W . L , KK gg! as Ts if C Jack Klein Gerald Kloosfra l O3 :-1 3 l E Phil Smolenski, Kaye Sonneveldt, Miss England, and Judy Mc Key, our Senior Play direclors, discuss a change in the scripf. 4 - , ,, H ' 4 VZ' if 1 W A -V J 55 U I, 'I - V, 3325 Donald Koefsier Gerald Kooistra Ken eth Kowalski Norma Krapp Edward Krey Seniors Order Graduation ,,,l , if 13-fu Y 33' John Krilschgau James Kuhn Judith Lake FL 4 1f,1a,,gX., , A if me Q, ,if-rdf - wg, Q W r ,401 ln preparation for the big event, senior class members waii in line fy an S X , i X, Z , Q if Gerald Lampani Charles Lamper Evereil' Lancasier Franres Laninga Ruth Lantinga Sally Jo Laraway Donald Larkin James Lawrence 104 W1 O . Q K . ,,... l . +-.... 2 l 5 ' 5 ' s 1 X X Rila Lisk Gerald Lossin Q o f :s U5 o T 3 n Q o o :s a : n. E E: 5' 94 Q , ,gf-..l f ,f 2 2 'l E. ., i i e 1 to be measured for their caps and gowns. , 2 1 W 'f 4 .Q ., 1- ' '7 P " f ,Ag , Q g-:z-imw ,'1g- Rex x, k eqgfl, 44 l Richard Luce Linda Mac Eachron ,, . ' Zh A V N x iX.r 2 , , 4 ff J f . 1 waxy X 1 Q if ff wwf wil W f f- f f fi 3 X 4? rf f , William Maierczak Marvin Malmberg ' -V 4 Q ,ll , af 5 me 2 , f V r QW. - ff fi ,, 2 ' Q R 'ff CX 'X X - ff 4 f W QW? f Leon Marsman ,G ,I XM-Z 1- .- .- ,J ' "il ' ff V 'f xx J Judith Mc Key Dorothy Melnykowicz Peier Mink l05 Patricia Maslowski David Moore 'U N 9- X 2. X 2. N - xx n 4' X n 'Q -. Q , 5 R ' f f X f AP X .sm f ,Z ,JN f 1 W, 'ff M ffl ,kfqg ,X X A Q ff X We '53 ff Kenneth Marek David Maizen Rosemarie Morlock 42' 'E' '33 in , ..X. s.. Nm ini' X f idx: rffcf' z- f T' Qi' 1 ' V 3 far ' , 5 f 1 f ,H - ffm-f',2, ,' f . E '6,f.:.s-fm, 1 f 1 , ,MyqaW,g' f, -f , yi" H9 1' - ,W J ,f N '+L 3 -",, X ,mfs J' ' 'izff X .4 .QQWM 1' 4 96, Q A X fff Lx. 'V 457 ,5 We ,ff 44 X, H4 n x David Morrison Ward New David Nichols Sandra Nordmark Class Orders Decorative Announcements 3 Mr ' . V, Isn 1 e V , Ronald Odeiewski Carol Olivier Norma Paauwe . , , , J f ' "" f5Z22,'ifff M A ' V it Ordering announcements to herald the graduation event from Mr. Ernst are N. Behrens, P. Houtman, R. Feenstro, M, Groy, J. Haskins, and R. Lisk. 106 15'-'rv Ma or Allan Palmer Richard Nye 'fifalra Silk we Kenneth Pater Robert Pease Judith Peaslee Jerome Pelak Sandra Pennell Patricia Peterson Carole Quist is :K X ' ,g SC - ss . . QNX ., 'X N-Q I XM . c- Q X S l Louise Raum .,.x. ,. Sharon Reindle ey! M j , Barbara Rio rdan qs :s5.y,5..f1Hq,ff,Wf.,:,.c , ,,,, V' - ,,,f.. -,..Wzfff ,gffyfhW?!f f , , V f , j fam ' 'f ff ,.. ,,,,,,,,, A , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, , . , Arnette Roth X. c . X c t l ,A ' ' K A lk .tw 41 l I 5 1 f I f 'L-3 i s if ,, J b 9 Q 1 X H 0 , 'f ' ,, Y Ns? ff f P-SS fc , H QW sa 0 ,, cc , S 'Ski ff 35120 Wi Q W ffm it f -MW c- W! John Reed Janis Reese 4 cc, , j ,rf A W A ,Z ,,,,,,, Q is f Another successful production of the Frollies was carried yf through under the direction of Esther Seibeneicher and - student directors, Cheryl Engle and Keith Termaat. Betty Reyers Mary Rice Leland Roberts Gale Allen Rogers Merlene Rogers Lana Rooney Frollies Are Successful Venture Luanna Roth Alan Rubin Victor Ruppert Patricia Salhaney l O7 XY'3'V1'f""i .R as Ar V' 1 -TNR? 5 af- ew X? s Q M X X ' wk s so we 4 X 2 4 D David Schaap William Schmid Alan Schnipke Aw- , X A5 t .,. YXYSES S X M 6 G X 1 X X X nr - " . 1 kr' . -' WN is li , Q ii X S X Q iiiii 3 - N:..q X N ws XX cgi W Rx ASS? X X N X 9 XS Xxx xx Q3 S 2- S Q S X is ik as i g i 5 Q Q Judith Schuiling Mr. Stark Presents Diplomas to Seniors x '34 45 ' 1195 '- 4 f . X X f f I .W . ,MQ Janice Seekman Frances Shepard Helen 5idlGUSk0S , wg Marlin Slabbekoorn 5 w "T", 1 Having allained lheir final goal, graduation, Mary Jo Cox and Henry Heelderks receive iheir diplomas from Mr. Stark. William SYUCQY 108 A S 2 ml Diane Scoby 1 'yr- Edward Simpson Thomas Skrobol 3 f 40 l ' 1 4 V' ,1, 34, M437- S 0 ? is 2.f. Wa , My ,, Paul Smith fixing? Shirley Starr Kaye Sonneveldl 5' Sandra Slonehouse Thomas Stuart EX K , ., f N A .A ly 1 --X, c.,2,L! asf, M K X I N,-gf 4' as x 7 X X W 4 W 4-",.,,.. , . .fwzgx S, , ,,Qyg ' js ' !'NWf 77' Q f f f X ,V K s wx X in 8 QS f 7 f X ?,, X I 'ex X T I gm! gm Elaine Tauter Rosalind Suttorp Ronald Sytsma XXX f f is 1 ,ff Q T ,S '. New K f, my 4 mfs. zprsayczg X ' --, f f ,, of xv if , . ,W ,,,, ...Ng ,ik f ,Sc ,X A ww ow we , , ,y 5 ff , we ,,.,, x , i 1 rx f 2: ,, . 5, 7-2,5 A . K of W?Vf.ifi'. ' ..3,':1'7gfi.i ..i.g-H19 jf ,,,, Keith Termaat fm K H, 1 T X... Qjf fl X , A! Robert Timmer Thomas Sytsma Barbara Tarbell Marilyn Troost Valda Valdheims Q , df, 'Q 4 W X f, -s ' I lg' Q " c 20 s, f f' fwwr -V53 XS5!,Q" fs 7 , , , .QE Mfwfe f 0 Z Qflfljif ,,,l T f ff Sharon Van Daalen Lois Van Dalsen Donald Vanden Akker Sharon Van Den Bergh Nancy Vander Boegh , 5 W Banquet Recognizes Honor Students ff' ' Roger Vander Zouwen Thomas Van Duinen Janice Van Dyk Greg Van Ess Kenneth Van Langen 109 Shara Van Maldegen .lanel yi? . re W ' f ' 5, f :N Q 2" Wg Y x Q nf 1 AM K M2 or 0 Sv nf Mer, . x Van Ryn e X R X 5 " C, R x 4 1 Q SSN ' 7 , S X , 25, . rf' , Q .xx. Y K Y awk f'f 2? . ,. Edwin Vedeis ,, G f i xr xl S' Yvonne Vereecken Romero VSICI Baccalaureate Service Precedes Graduation 3' s la: Barbara Volz Karen Vrana ,XlP+ R. NX wwf! ,...c , f Belly Weaver ,,f, cya' , V . g ,, ' I X if Y l Y F E W - xx ' an fn, .,,, , ,K kkkkkk x in . Q Q. X M , David Zequnis BUY John Wenzler bara Zietlow ,...., Beverly Vugleveen Floria Whilney 1, X cw- if ' Ez. 1. f ,W .,., : , 7, -bf. H 5 x ' ffff fifwfe' V 2,2 X ,, If ,M Richard Zimmerman l lO lfl' ,. , N l .1 ,fi . ,3 ,E X ' 15211 i f I ygfrjf V4 imc, Q, QQ K gy, ' rf ' '4 -wr . Gordon Waddell Ralph Walsh , f gym L Marlene York L. David Youngblood Q S , ,Q f - W. WW 5 W! Tm f M, i. ,W x C W ,ZW . " W ef V 3,5 Z 1' , 1 1 Elaine Zurawski Nancy Luyk 5 X Y S ,,,,, f Jvc ' MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED J. Duleboui, D. Van Den Akker WITTIEST M. Dill, C. Carpenter MOCK MOST VERSATILE R. Engman, K. Termaut ff ELECTIONS BEST LOOKING TALL AND SHORT K. Vrana, T. Czaikowski P' Sqlhgneyl B, Timmer III SENIOR DIRECTORY A ACHTYES, JUDITH .........,.........., 1007 Eleventh Street Band, 1-3, Counselor, 4, Future Nurses, 2-4, Horizon Club, 1-4 ACTON, KENNETH ........,............ 1349 Alpine Avenue ALLGOOD, SUSAN ................... 103 Collindale Avenue Class board, 2-4, Frollies, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-4, AMANTE, JOHN ..................,....... 1812 Whitmore Bars and Chevrons, 2 AMMONS, WAWANNA. . . . . .910 Tamarack Avenue Commercial Club, 4 ANDERSON, ALMA .....,..........,.. .... 4 23 Shirley Street Latin Club, 3-4, Orchestra, 1-4, Y-Teens, 1-4 ANDERSON, CARL ...................... 1540 Edith Avenue Band, 2-4, Orchestra, 2-4, Y.F.C., 2-4 ANDERSON, ROBERT .....,.......... ANTLES, HARRY ...... . . . . . . .848 Charlotte .......659JacksonStreet ARNOLD, MARYLYN ...........,........ 316 Straight Avenue Choir, 1, Commercial, AVRAM, SHARON. . .. BAKER, JAMES ,......... ....,... BARCLAY, CONNON .. 3-4, Frollies, 4, Horizon Club, 4 1131 Broadway Avenue .121 Lexington Avenue Douglas Commercial Club, 4, Debate, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Senior Play, 4 BART, JAMES ........ Football, 1-4 BEACH, SANDRA .,.................. . ., ............. 820 Fourth Street . . .48 Richards Avenue Aurora Staff, 2-4, Frollies, 2-3, G.U.C., 1-2, Horizon Club, 1-4 BEHRENS, NANCY ,..... ....,..... Senior Play, 4 . . . .3149 Hoehn Street BENT, GREGORY ...................... 543 College Avenue ROTC, 1-3, ROTC Choir, 2, Rifle Team, 3 BERG, ANNE ........................... 352 Bristol Avenue Band, 1-4, Frollies, 3-4, Future Nurses, 3-4, G.U.C. 2-3 BERGSMA, JOYCE BERGSMA, MARVIN ........,... .... 4 214 W. Leonard Street Camera Club, 3-4, Y.F.C., 1-4 BETTERIDGE, DAVID .... .................. 1 520 Sibley Street Class President, 2, Football, 1-4, Track, 1 BEURKENS, ROBERT ........ .......... 1 886 Hillmount Street ROTC, 1-2 BICKEL, RONALD ............ ..... O -478 Lake Michigan Drive Band, 3, Cross Country, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Track, 4 BLAIR, CLARENCE BLUM, JANYCE ..,...................... 1727 Fourth Street G.U.C., 2-4, Horizon Club, 2-4, Y.F.C., 2-4, Y-Teens, 4 BOERSMA, DALE, ........,........... 1257 Hillcrest Avenue BOLTER, NANCY ...................... 1310 Walker Avenue Counselor, 4, Future Nurses, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-4 BOSS, JOYCE ........................ 1308 Mound Avenue BOWMAN, JANET ............,.....,. 1752 Jennette Avenue Aurora Staff, 4, Glee Club, 2, G.U.C., 2, Horizon Club, 4 BRANDERBERRY, DONALD BRAY, DONNA ....................... 346 National Avenue Commercial Club, 3-4, Frollies, 3, Horizon Club, 4, Frollies, 3 BRICKER, BEVERLY .................... 1232 Scribner Avenue Aurora Staff, 3, Choir, 1, Horizon Club, 1 BROENE, LETITIA ..................... 1315 Garfield Avenue Future Nurses, 3, G.D.C., 2 BROUWER, CAROL .,..................... 914 Pannell Street Frollies, 3, G.U.C,, 2-4, Horizon Club, 4, Y-Teens, 4 BROWN, PHYLLIS ................ 135 Lexington Avenue Commercial Club, 4, G.A.A., 1 BUSH, JOANNE ...................... 2560 Three Mile Road Bible Club, 1-2, Frollies, 2, Horizon Club, 4, Y-Teens, 4 BYERS, WILLIAM C CARLSON, RICHARD ..... .. .. .1125 Sibley Street Basketball, 1,Track, 1 CARPENTER, CRAIG .......... Class Treasurer, 3, Hi-Y, 3-4 , . .855 Jackson Street CASS, DONALD .......................... 624 Lane Avenue Baseball, 2-4, Basketball, 1-2, Football, 1-4 CHRISTENSEN, JOYCE ........,.......,... 1316 Myrtle Street Commercial Club, 3, Horizon Club, 4 CLARK, DEAN .............,...... . CLEMENSHAW, RONALD .... . . COBB, ELNA ........... . . Choir, 4 COBB, PAUL ......... COX, MARY JO ....... .1715 Preston Avenue .2659 Hufford Avenue .932 Scribner Avenue . . . ..,........ 414 Webster Street 3442 Richmond Street Latin Club, 3-4, Student Council, 4, Y-Teens, 3-4 CROWLEY, PATRICIA .................. 1417 Scribner Avenue Commercial Club, 2-3, GUC, 2, Horizon Club, 2-4 CZAJKOWSKI, TED ...................... 241 Valley Avenue Cross Country, 3-4, Hi-Y, 3-4, Track, 1-4, Varsity Club, 3-4 CZARNECKI, ROBERT ............ ....... 1 47 National Avenue Football, 3-4, Varsity Club, 3-4 DALEBOUT, JOYCE ..................... 1022 Westend Drive Aurora Staff, 4, Class Board, 3-4, Counselor, 3-4 DECKER, LOIS .....,.................... 1501 Pine Avenue Commercial Club, 4 DE JONG, TIMOTHY .... . , .2422 Alpine Avenue Band, 4, Orchestra, 4 DE KORTE, JOHN ..... DE LOY, SUSAN .... DE VOS, MARILYN .... Choir, 3, Girls' Glee, 1-2 DE VRIES, FREDERICK.. DE VRIES, MARY ..................... .......816 Norbert ... . . .1222 Myrtle Street .. .1152 Cora Street .....910 Brownwood . .1416 Walker Street Horizon Club, 4, Latin Club, 3-4, Student Council, 2 DEWEY, RAYMOND ..................... 63 Scribner Avenue Basketball, 1,Track, 1 DEXTER, THOMAS ..... , .... 1618 Willis Avenue Band, 1-4 DILL, MARILYN ........................ 1218 Wieland Place Choir, 1-2, Counselor, 3-4, Future Nurses, 2-4, Horizon Club 1-4 DORMAN, DOLORES ..................... 515 North Avenue DRESSLER, RONALD. . . . . .O-818 Lake Michigan Drive DUIMSTRA, BARBARA .................. 948 Jennette Avenue Future Nurses, 2-3, GUC, 1-4, Horizon Club, 1-4, Y-Teens, 1-4 DUTMER, EVELYN .....,...... . ........... 829 Hovey Street Future Nurses, 4, Horizon Club, 3-4, Y-Teens, 4 EBERLEIN, KENNETH ..., .... 8 54 Three Mile Road Hi-Y, 1 EGGERDING, ROBERT, .. ..... . .833 Van Buren Avenue ENGLE, CHERYL ..................,.. 1151 Parkhurst Avenue Counselor, 3-4, Frollies, 4, Horizon Club, 1-4, Latin Club, 4 ENGMAN, RUTH ...........,,...,........ 2915 Bristol Road Aurora Staff, 2-4, Counselor, 3-4, Debate, 2-4, Frollies, 2-4 F FAIKS, PATRICIA .,...........,........ 2650 Gaynor Avenue GUC, 2-4, Future Nurses, 2-4, Horizon Club, 4 FASE. GUY ..............................., 860 Kusterer ........................3174WalkerRoad Aurora Staff, 4, Commercial Club, 3-4, Frollies, 4, GUC, 2 FERRIS, SANDI ...........,............ 618 Ottawa Avenue Aurora Staff, 4, Frollies, 3, 4, GUC, 1, Horizon Club, 4 FISCHER, WILLIAM .............,,. 3168 Lake Michigan Drive ROTC, Choir, 1, Bars and Chevrons, 4, Drill Team, 4 FLIPSE, MARTHA ..................... 3509 Three Mile Road GUC, 1-3, Horizon Club, 4, Y-Teens, 4 FOLKERTSMA, KENNETH ..... ...... ..... 1 5 27 Turner Avenue Baseball, 2, Football, 2-4, Track, 3-4, Varsity Club, 2-4 G GAILIUS, ROBERT .................... 1543 Garfield Avenue Counselor, 3-4, Frollies, 3-4, Jets Club, 4, Spanish Club, 1-4 GARRISON, JOHN ...............,...... 500 Shawmut Blvd. Baseball, 2-4, Basketball, 1, Football, 3-4, Track, 1 GIFFORD, BURTON .................,...... 428 Elliot Street GILES, RALPH ......................... 1225 Webster Street Class Vice President, 4, Football, 2-4, Student Council, 4 GLEMBOSKI, CAROL ..................... 1621 Bridge Street GLOW, DENNIS ....,....... .... 5 953 Meyer Lake Road GRAY, MARY .,...,......... .. .629 McReynoIds Avenue Choir, 3-4, Spanish Club, 2 GREEN, BENNY ...................... 551 Broadway Avenue Basketball, 1-2, Football, 1-4, Hi-Y, 4, Track, 1-4 GRIBAS, PATRICIA ....................... 1660 Sixth Street Aurora, 4, Commercial Club, 3-4, Counselor, 3-4, Debate, 3 GRIGAS, ELAINE ...........,........,. 1506 Turner Avenue Horizon Club, 2-4 GRYCZAN, PAUL ................,...... 49 Deloney Avenue Basketball, 1, Football, 1-2, Track, 1 H HAND, JOHN ,................,........ 1144 Front Avenue Basketball, 2-3, Cross Country, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Jets Club, 3-4 HANDSMA, JAMES ................,,.. 1034 Richmond Street Football, 2 HANSON, JOHN ......,...........,.. 1537 Garfield Avenue Band, 2-4, Baseball, 2-4, Basketball, 2-4, Cross Country, 4 HASKINS, JOAN ..........,........... 1153 Elmgrove Street Choir, 1-4, Class Board, 2, Counselor, 3-4, Student Council, 1 HAUMANN, LINDA ........,.......... 849 Tamarack Avenue Choir, 1-2, Future Nurses, 1-4, GUC, 2, Horizon Club, 1-4 HAWKINS, TIMOTHY ..... .......... 3 07 Mt. Vernon Avenue Reflector Staff, 4 HEEREN, ELAINE ..................,.. 1941 Fruitwood Street Horizon Club, 1-4, GUC, 3, Y-Teens, 2 HEERINGA, ROBERT .....,............ 1542 Hamilton Avenue Football, 1-4, Hi-Y, 2, Track, 2-4 HEETDERKS, HENRY ..................... 951 Oakleigh Road Aurora Staff, 3, Movie Club, 2-4, Reflector Staff, 4 HENDRICK, KENNETH ..,............, 1255 Muskegon Avenue Band, 2-4, Bars and Chevrons, 3-4, Frollies, 2-4, Orchestra, 2-4 HIGBEE, RONALD ...............,..... 2451 Hufford Avenue Basketball, 1-2 HOEK, JAMES ..,......,............,... 1115 Pine Avenue Band, 2-4, Frollies, 3-4, Orchestra, 2-4, ROTC, 2-3 HOEKWATER, DALE .................... 1420 Powers Avenue HOLTROP, MARJORIE ................ 1233 Woodland Avenue Aurora Staff, 4, Camera Club, 3, Counselor, 3-4 HORTON, EDWARD. .. . . .607 Stocking Avenue ROTC, 1-3 HOUTMAN, PATRICIA .... , . .732 Collindale Avenue Commercial Club, 4 HURT, STEVE ,... ...... . . .2549 Lake Michigan Drive Senior Play, 4 HUSTED, JOHN .... HUTCHENS, NANCY .............,..,.... 1501 Escott Avenue Commercial Club, 4, Horizon Club, 2-4, Reflector Staff, 4 ..........426 Fernando IRWIN, CYNTHIA ..................... 2160 Richmond Road GDC, 2, GUC, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-4 J JASINSKAS, GILES, ....... . . .1236 McReynoIds Avenue Baseball, 2, Track, 3 JINGLES, DAVID ....................... 1978 Alpine Avenue Basketball, 1, Jets Club, 4, Swimming, 2-4, Track, 1 JOHNSON, DONALD .............,..... 1030 Parmalee Road Latin Club, 3, ROTC, Choir, 2, Drill Team, 2, Rifle Team 2-4 JONKER, JACK ....................... 2640 Richmond Street Football, 2, Student Council, 3 JONKER, JUDITH ..................... 2640 Richmond Street Commercial Club, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-4, Student Council, 2-3 JOUSTRA, NANCY ...................... 1414 Escott Avenue JUDKINS, CHARLES... ... .... 923 Third Street K KARLSON, C. RICHARD ..................... 731 Front Street Chess Club, 4, Debate, 4, Jets Club, 4, Student Council, 4 KASPER, THOMAS ......,.........,..... 729 Oakleigh Road KEEGSTRA, JOHN ....,...........,......... 1400 Hillburn Jets Club, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Student Council, 4 KETTLE, RUPERT ............,.,...., 932 Lake Michigan Drive Band, 1-4, Orchestra, 1-4 KETTLEHAKE, RONALD ..,................. 1508 Fourth Street Band, 1-4, Baseball, 1-4, Reflector, 4 KINGSLEY, RAYMOND KISSEL, PAUL. ........ . , .431 Lincoln Avenue KLEIN, JACK .......... ....,......... 9 O7 Jennette Avenue KLOET, ARLENE .................... 1527 Widdicomb Avenue Aurora Staff, 4, Frollies, 3-4, Horizon Club, 1-4 KLOOSTRA, GERALD .....,............. 1790 Wilson Avenue Choir, 4, Frollies, 4 KLOOSTRA, GORDON.. ,. .... 1021 Roger Street Frollies, 4 KOETSIER, DONALD .... .,... 8 72 Ninth Street Hi-Y, 1 KOOISTRA, GERALD ...........,....... 640 Maridell Avenue Band, 2-4, Bars and Chevrons, 3-4, Orchestra, 2-4 KOWALSKI, KENNETH ................. 1452 Emerson Avenue KRAPP, NORMA ..................... 1510 Garfield Avenue Aurora Statt, 4, Choir, 4, Frollies, 2-4, Horizon Club, 1-4 KREY, EDWARD .....,.................. 134 Winter Avenue Baseball, 2-4, Basketball, 1-4, Football, 1-2, Track, 1 KRITSCHGAU, JOHN .,..,...........,,. 1650 Alpine Avenue Football, 2-4, Varsity Club, 4 KUHN, JAMES ............,.... , . .220 Lane Avenue Basketball, 1-4, Varsity Club, 4 KULA, MICHAEL .......,....... .... 8 57 Cogswell Street L LAKE, JUDIE, ...... . . ..,. 964 Rosalie Avenue LAMPANI, GERALD. .. ..., 1200 Third Street LAMPER, CHARLES .,.. ..... 9 06 Ferris Street LANCASTER, EVERETT. . . .... 1208 Crosby Street Swimming, 3-4 LANINGA, FRANCES ....,............ 1235 Parkhurst Avenue Future Nurses, 3-4, Horizon Club, 1-4, Y-Teens, 4 LANTINGA, RUTH ........... ,....... 1 336 Tamarack Avenue Commercial Club, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-3, Reflector Staff, 3 LARAWAY, SALLY ...........,...,....... 1415 Pine Avenue Aurora Staff, 2-4, Cheerleader, 1-4, Frollies, 2-3 LARKIN, DONALD .................,..... 1163 Fourth Street Band, 1-2, Debate, 2-3, Play, 4 LAWRENCE, JAMES ...............,...... 216 Eleanor Street Football, 3, Swimming, 3-4, Tennis, 3, Varsity, 3-4 LEONARD, YVONNE LIPSCOMB, AL .....,. .... 5 16 Union Avenue LIPSCOMB, ROXIE .....,................. 516 Union Avenue Commercial Club, 3, G.U.C., 2, Horizon Club, 2-4 LISK, RITA ........ LOSSIN, GERALD ..... . Football, 1, 3 .1114 Walker Avenue . .909 Cogswell Street LUCE, RICHARD ,.... .... 9 35 Cogswell Street R.O.T.C., 1-4 LUYK, NANCY ..,.................... 1018 Jennette Avenue Choir, 2-4, G.U.C., 3, Horizon Club, 3-4 MAC EACHRON, LINDA ..... .,,...... MAGUIRE, PATRICIA ............,..... Commercial Club, 3, Horizon Club, 2-4 . . .807 Dayton Street .717 Fairfield Avenue MAJERCZAK, WILLIAM ....,..,....... 1100 Butterworth Street MALMBERG, MARVIN ....,................ 1160 Cora Street Basketball, 1-4, Tennis, 2-4, Varsity Club, 3-4 MARCULIS, WILLIAM ................. 517 Milwaukee Avenue Football, I-4, Track, 4, Varsity Club, 3-4 MAREK, KENNETH ............,,......, 1038 Webster Street Basketball, 3, Counselor, 3-4, Golf, 2-4, Hi-Y, 4 MARSMAN, LEON ......................,. 933 Roger Street MASALKOSKI, NANCIE ................... 1219 Hovey Street Class Vice President, 2, Frollies, 3, Horizon Club, 4, Play, 4 MASLOWSKI, PATRICIA ........,..... 1020 Butterworth Street Class Board, 4, Commercial Club, 3-4, Latin Club, 4 MATZEN, DAVID .................. ,.... 1 423 Escott Avenue MC CANN, MARVIN MC ELHENY, DANIEL. .. .............. 1048 Haines Avenue MC KEY, JUDITH ................,...... 1529 Annie Avenue Class Board, 2, Frollies, 3, Horizon Club, 1-4, Play, 4 MEJSAK, PATRICIA ..................... 563 Eleventh Street MELNYKOWICZ, DOROTHY .... . . .1032 Mc Reynolds Avenue Girls Glee, 2 MIERAS, MART MINK, PETE... Y.F.C., 4 MOORE, DAVID ............,........ Frollies, 4, Play, 4, Movie Club, 2-4 MORGAN, BERNARD MORLOCK, ROSEMARIE .....,.......... ... .628 Crosby Street ... 1350 Covell Road .902 Richmond Street Cheerleader, 4, Frollies, 3, G.U.C., 2, Horizon Club, 2-4 MORRISON, DAVID .................... 1022 White Avenue Basketball, 2, Class Board, 3, Football, 2-3, Play 4 NAGLE, MARIAN ...... . . .554 Turner Avenue Commercial Club, 1 NEW, WARD ....... ..... 1301 Hillcrest Avenue NICHOLS, DAVID ......... . . .1824 Lake Michigan Drive Frollies, 4, R.O.T.C., 1-2 NONEMAN, JERRY... . . . ....... ..... ...... 9 3 3 Barbara NORDMARK, SANDRA ..................... 1864 Oak Grove Camera Club, 3-4, Counselor, 3-4, Frollies, 4, Horizon Club, 2 NYE, RICHARD ........,................. 861 Crosby Street Baseball, 2-4, Basketball, 1-3, Hi-Y, 4, Varsity Club, 3 O ODEJEWSKI, RONALD ..,.. .... 2 13 Richards Avenue Football, 2, R.O.T.C., 1 OLIVIER, CAROL ................,...... 3203 - 10th Street Commercial Club, 3-4, Counselor, 4, Glee Club, 1 P PAAUWE, NORMA .... ................ 1 216 Crosby Street PALMER, ALLAN ........................ 1256 Davis Avenue Chess Club, 4, Debate, 4, Jets Club, 4, Student Council, 4 PATER, KENNETH .... Dartmouth Aurora Staff, 4, R.O.T.C., 1-4, R.O.T.C. Choir, 1 PEASE, ROBERT ....................... 266 Garfield Avenue PEASLEE, JUDITH. .. PELAK, JEROME .... Debate, 3 PENNELL, SANDRA. . . .........574 Winona .. .922 Frederick Avenue Straight Street Commercial Club, 4, Horizon Club, 3-4, Play, 4 PETERSON, PATRICIA. Y.F.C., 2-3, Y-Teens Kinney Road ,1-2 PRELGUASKAS, BRUCE ...,.. . . .1543 Dunlap Q QUIST, CAROLE .... .... 1 141 Front Avenue Horizon Club, 4 R RAUM, LOUISE ......................... 1249 Myrtle Street Girls' Drill Corps, 2-3, Horizon Club, 4, Spanish Club, 3 REED, JOHN REESE, JANIS ....... . .. ,........... .1344 Tamarack Avenue Commercial Club, 3-4, G.U.C., 2-3, Horizon Club, 2-4 REINDLE, SHARON... HogadonePlace Commercial Club, 4, G.U.C., 2-3, Horizon Club, 2-4 REYERS, BETTY ...... .. .. . . . . .. .. . .3384 Remembrance Road Commercial Club, 3-4, Frollies, 3, Horizon Club, 2-4 RHOAD, JOHN ...... ..........347V2 BridgeStreet Hi-Y, 4, Latin Club, 3-4 RICE, MARY ........ . ............... 1408 Garfield Avenue Commercial Club, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-4, Y-Teens, 4 RIORDAN, BARBARA .............. 0-624 Lake Michigan Drive Commercial Club, 4 ROBERTS, LELAND .... Play, 4 ROGERS, GALE. .. Band, 2 ROGERS, MERLENE. . . - .... 1245 Frederick Avenue . . . .654 Scribner Avenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4350 Peach Ridge Avenue G.U.C., 2-3, Library Club, 1, Counselor, 4 ROONEY, LANA ..... ...,.........1326 Mc Reynolds Avenue ROTH, ARNETTE .............,........ 4152 Three Mile Road Aurora Staff, 4, Camera Club, 4, Class Board, 4 ROTH, LUANNA ..... HillcrestAvenue Aurora Staff, 4, Camera Club, 4, Class Board, 4 RUBIN, ALAN ....... Union Blvd. Aurora Staff, 3-4, Counselor, 3-4, Frollies, 4, Latin Club, 2-4 RUPPERT, VICTOR .... ..........1239ValleyAvenue Commercial Club, 3 S SALHANEY, PATRICIA .........,......,.... 906 Sibley Street Class Secretary, 3-4, Horizon Club, 1-4, Y-Teens, 4 SCHAAP, DAVID .................. SCHMID, WILLIAM .................. . Hi-Y, I, Student Council, 1, Track, 1 ., . ,E, AL ..,....... ..,.. . . . SCHUILING, JUDITH. .. SCOBY, DIANE ..... Horizon Club, 4 SEEKMAN, .IANICE ................... . . .1222 Scribner Avenue . .535 Shawmut Blvd. . . .629 Valley Avenue . . .519 Shawmut Blvd. . .1016 Turner Avenue . . .907 Nagold Street Aurora Staff, 2-4, Cheerleader, 1, Frollies, 3, G.U.C., 1-2 SHEPARD, FRANCES .........,............ 961 Bridge Street Choir, 1, Commercial Club, 4, G.U.C., 1-2, Horizon Club, 1-4 SIDLAUSKAS, Helen .................... 725 Richmond Street SIMPSON, EDWARD SKROBOT, THOMAS ...,............... Band, 2-4, Orchestra, SLABBEKOORN, MARTIN .........,.... SMITH, PAUL ......... SMOLENSKI, PHILLIP. .. Play, 4 . . . .35 Trowbridge Street . .422 Barker Avenue 2-4, Reflector Staff, 4 .4417 Richmond Street . . .1125 Myrtle Street . . . .1464 Forrester Drive SONNEVELDT, KAYE ..................... 532 Shawmut Blvd. Bible Club, 1-4, Counselor, 3-4, Debate, 3-4, Latin Club, 2-4 STACEY, WILLIAM ........,............ 1517 Quarry Avenue Football, 2-4, Golf, 2-4, Varsity Club, 4 STARR, SHIRLEY ...................... 1248 Scribner Avenue Horizon Club, 4 STONEHOUSE, SANDI ..,,......,...... 1744 Fremont Avenue Camera Club, 4, Commercial Club, 3-4, Horizon Club, 2-4 STUART, THOMAS ....,................. 1851 Gratiot Street Basketball, 2-4, Class Board, 2-3, Golf, 2-4, Varsity Club, 3-4 SUTTORP, ROSE ,.............. .......... 1 535 Texas Street SVEADAS, ARLENE .... ..... 3 40 Third Street SYTSMA, RONALD .... . . .4268 Richmond Road SYTSMA, THOMAS ..., ...4268 Richmond Road Track, 1 TARBELL, BARBARA. Commercial Club, TAUTER, ELAINE... Horizon Club, 4 TAYLOR, NANCY ...... Dramatics Club, 4 .....,...............1050SibleyStreet 3, Frollies, 3-4, Horizon Club, 4 MyrtleStreet . . .744 Broadway Avenue TERMAAT, KEITH ....................... 1920 Haines Street Class President, 3, Frollies, 4, Movie Club, 2-4 TIMMER, ROBERT .....,.................. 1114 Covell Road TROOST, MARILYN. Future Nurses, 3-4, TUFTS, WILLIAM. .. Y.F.C., 1-4 UZARSKI, THOMAS VALDHEIMS, VALDA. Library Club, 2-3, Spanish Club, 2-3 Broadmoor G.U.C., 2-3, Horizon Club, 2-3, Y-Teens, 1-4 ......................1117ThirdStreet 1419 Quarry Avenue VAN DAALEN, SHARON .................. 1756 Bridge Street Aurora, 4, Counselor, 3-4, Future Nurses, 2-4, G.U.C., 1-4 VAN DALSEN, LOIS. ,....... ............. 1 533 Pine Avenue Cheerleader, 1-4, Class Board, 4, Frollies, 3-4, G.U.C., 2 VAN DEN AKKER, DONALD ............. 1069 Quarry Avenue Class President, 4, Counselor, 3-4, Y.F.C., 2-4 VAN DEN BERGH, SHARON ..........,.... 830 Arianna Street Future Nurses, 3-4, Latin Club, 4 VANDER BOEGH, NANCY ,................. 821 Rogers Street Camera Club, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Horizon Club, 4 VANDER ZOUWEN, ROGER ............ 1540 Mc Donald Street VAN DEURSEN, WILLIAM .... .. .746 Fremont Avenue Chess Club, 4 VAN DUINEN, THOMAS .,............... 145 Deloney Avenue Football, 1-4, Track, 1-4, Varsity Club, 3-4 VAN DYK, JANICE ...,............,.. 6208 Baumhoff Avenue Class Board, 4, Play, 4, Reflector, 3-4 VAN ECK, ROBERT .................... 333 Gunnison Avenue VAN ESS, GREGG ........,......,..... 1253 Northrup Drive Football, 2, Play, 4, Student Council, 2 VAN LANGEN, KENNETH ..,................ 895 Roger Street VAN MALDEGEN, SHARA ...................... 4109 Mohler Commercial Club, 4, Library Club, 1, Reflector Staff, 4 VAN RYN, JANET ...,.................. 4032 Leonard Street Counselor, 3-4, Y.C.F., 1-4 VEDEJS, EDWIN ................,....... 206 Summer Avenu Counselor, 3-4, Football, 1-2, R.O.T.C., 1-4 VELA, RAMIRO ............,,...,...... 1244 Wieland Place Football, 1, Hi-Y, 1-4 VEREECKEN, YVONNE ............... 1315 Broadway Avenue Cheerleader, 1, Class Board, 4, Class Officer, 1, Frollies, 3-4 VOLZ, BARBARA ......................... 2041 Birch Drive Aurora Staff, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Glee, 1, G.U.C., 2 VRANA, KAREN ...................... 1112 California Street Aurora Staff, 2-4, Choir, 4, Frollies, 3-4, G.U.C., 1-3 VUGTEVEEN, BEVERLY ............,.... 2521 West River Drive Cheerleader, 1-4, Class Board, 4, Frollies, 3-4 WADDELL, GORDON. . . ..................1655KinneyRoad WALSH, RALPH .,................., 944 Lake Michigan Drive Band, 1-4, Counselor, WAY, TERRY WEAVER, BETTY ..... Reflector Staff, 3 WENZLER, JOHN .... Track, 2 WHITNEY, FLORIA ..... ................355ScribnerAvenue Library Club, 1-2, Spanish Club, 2-3 YONKERS, MARY YORK, MARLENE ...... 3-4, Debate, 3-4, Play, 4 ....1625 Ira Avenue 1756 Fremont Avenue . .707 Strobel Avenue Frollies, 2-4, Horizon Club, 2-4, Spanish Club, 2 YOUNGBLOOD, L. DAVID ............. 3113 Springbrook Drive Aurora Staff, 3-4, Band, 1-3, Camera Club, 2-4, Counselor, 3 ZEEFF, JAMES ZEGUNIS, DAVID .... ZIETLOW, BARBARA, .. Choir, 4 ZIMMERMAN, RICHARD. ZURAWSKI, ELAINE .... Commercial Club, 3-4 ZYNIEWICZ, THOMAS . . . ....... 944 Dorothy Street . . .400 Lake Michigan Drive . . .712 Ferris Street .... . . , .853 Myrtle Street ADVERTISEMENTS mfg? ill H 4 W 6? 'Zu Jyafxs '- A xl . X 'skis ,Kg lsr' lj: Q J. 4 OH A 5 p 5 - U 4 X Q ff-1 Western Radio Sales and Service 401 Valley N.W. GL 8-4617 Service While-U-Wait Benjamin Electric Co. Electric Contractors: Residential - Commercial Quality Home Appliances EM 1.7326 823 Leonard N. W. 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