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

 - Class of 1965

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X NWN HUGH 501-100 A E 3 CRANV RAVW5, M'QH.K5 s 5 kk, ' 2. fs we px LVME W N NETEE SVXTY-M ,pn-' ire , .- S , I VL n u 1f3'fggfL:y7w- fs, 'Xe 121215555121 sm f 1: 'iilzf :iw "f?il ,435 TABLE OF CONTENTS FORWARD ............ 3 SCHOOL LIFE.. .. 8 SPORTS. . . . 32 FACULTY . . . . . 58 CLUBS ........ . . 74 UNDERCLASSMEN . . . . . 94 SENIORS ....... . Q T28 ADVERTISEMENTS ..... 160 The challenges ot '65 are many. Union High School Presents a chal- lenge to its faculty and student body to teach, learn, and experi- ence through its curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Come with us and see the challenge of '65 . . . A v Yr A we ,Aig,1,..H'V P "1 2555383885 . A W . ,,,. 1 -is Y V -- J: ,si A Q A144 V .ff Wi... ,mmpwwmwx . ,,,0"' K .l - aw-I x?Efm,3f V535 .i Ll Q1.h.. m,,w.,mx ,gi I ,A . - , .1 J. 1' fl I "','A'j.: ' 1,315 flllf x it-"1 ' x, ! ,l-D ,A ' 1- K.. :uf If 'J N- X' XL LCR 'I r cf - ,- ,'9yZf,,X 'Q ffl. Q. L, -1 DQ 1' 5' j'L,.f XI -X s,f.'lM. -1 - L--'Vik JL is La, It ,K ,ACK JsL!'j lex, V, L-fi1't.... Challenges are to be found Y wdfrwmb, Q5 fiffffffl-'L' in every aspect of life. In 2.2.11 Mil i JKQJCL 'LQLVU if m school they can be found in L ,figfyg ,mu Cffrr ' U f-'f---r e We L ' X the classroom, clubs and - Ma .M wa. ,eww D861 .f . .'mvfff,Qmf64' 1 'f I . . I ., athletics. Students are en- 4: Wir 4 if V -eiiffwr . if k' ff . K I LIL fifuf 4 -abd 0 ZfQfd.7y?t'iI"'Qj 'fwffiw' Qffjwfg couraged to be leaders in the 4, . lflfff' Cclftfff Mft ,5 l ,sf " 50716 . 41 3 ' M clas and to develop their i i own s ills. Development in- cludes experimentation and fa wfromtfvajf Czffasemu, 64 6 fcvfw we l . . 2. crea ity and championship i at .Reef fhiwvulffiw '. s well. The tasks performed U51 shim wa' in sch l may seem insignifi- YKUQMQ Wwe fklffudw cant, but someday won't it be nice to know how to bake? CKVMQ, U .vi 'vi v fx,wcLl5sJ?frviQf4wlkJQA LLUJ 1,3 r' vi, LAX - Kc' A .3 Jgrlf v !,. - XA LQw ' fa xx ' 5 -QQ or 'L i l 1' W :J ' The pep band , faces the . 5 i . ,yo H - ' r .yr ,i 4 responsibility ot providing . i music for assemblies r , . , home basketball games. boys in audio visual and students in debate work for the school. Our three ex- change students have to meet the challenge of crossing the language barrier each day. Most students try to get the most out of school, but there are always a few who lust want to get out of school. The challenges are every- where, but each individual has to find his own. SCHOOL LIFE offers The challenge io the stu- dent body to parficipafe by leadership in, or support of, the activities around Union High School. 17' I ' 11' . . 9 a f' J. hx ' ,, 09 Q' Homecoming Court - Bob Wenzler, Pat Chipman, Buzz Leedy, King-Carl Buttermore, Queen- Val Pellerito, Jan Stuart, Tom Word, Mary Makowski, and Gary Palmer. VISION DF AUTUMN Lovely Pat Carlson relinquislwes the Homecoming crown to this year's queen Vol Pellerito. Val rides in state on a '64 Cadillac dur- ing the halftime ceremonies. For one unforgettable evening, the Morton House was transformed into a "Vision ot Autumn". Cinderella may put away her glass slipper, but the magic of that night will remain forever in her memory. H THE ADVENTURES DF ' D Don Quixote . Sancho Panza Antonia . . Josephina . . . fthe Teresa ..... Rocinante Sanchita . . . Dr. Carrasco . Master Nikolas Miguel ..... Alicia .... Master Pedro . Leandro . . . Shepherd . . . Boy ..... Villager . . . Three Girls . . Guests ..... J ,gym ON ,ww 5545 if cAsT Gary Kuitert .. .Lu Anne Hawley . . . .Marilyn Miller ............KarenBurnett horsel . . . . . Jim Peterson, Doug Richards ............ValPellerito . . . Carol Verheek . .... Gary Wanamaker . . . . Lody Zworensteyn . .... Denny .lasaitis . . . Sue Vunstee . . . . .lim Walker ......PhilLoby . . . Bob Stellingworth . .............. Gene Dummer .................VinceScalabrino . . . . . . . . . . .Jan Roberts, Michele Gedris, Beth Irwin . . Dawn Myers, Lois Malone, Nancy Chase, Bruce Barten T2 Pandemonium breaks loose as Don Quixote whips out his sword to defend The honor of the Lady Esmerelda The villagers welcome Master Pedro and his puppets. c o .gli Q Un W' 'F .1 it -. sf Ku: . .5 X J! if-4' w . - wg Q:-if Q , Q V iii". 'G ii if ' ,. I o, ' 1 .1 eggs L 1, . . , . ,gs J ' 1 .Q-. rv The guys sit patiently as the make-up committee applies instant age. Q A 653' at ,if -Q xx In appreciation for his hard work, - criticism, and sense of humor the cast and committee members presented Mr. Azkoui with a sweater. cs, w f ' . , l' ,QQ!S v f , i K . , A, '25 4 - ' gg ,QW ff 1 A L 4 IQ. L 4 . 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The Clock of Life The Clock of Life is wound but once And no man has the power To tell iust when the hands will stop, At late or early hour. Now is the only time we own Love, live, foil with a will, Do not wait until tomorrow, For the Clock may then be still. Moochieu and Janice This fall we were the guests of Dave Rubinoff and his one The S'A' Office' million dollar Stradivorius. After a program of modern and classical music, he read a favorite poem of his, which he con- sented to let us print here. f J K 1 , ri J eg. 11 it wk Student Activities staff conducts important busi- ness of cutting out paper dolls for the Senior lines. The lslanders play for an after-gamedance sponsored by the Junior Class. Introduction of the team at the first basketball assembly. if L , , ,,.: it -5 NAVt,,, M, v . ' .vip , " wil 5 6 'Q 195 .S , ,IS W!- NRS Q W 5. ir .mf 'E 'viva- ww.. 9. 5 Gif HH Kgii 13166 L . 5 R : 5 ' .,, zv eh , ig: - g YV Q 1' ri fy EE V 3 is as iz 3 KS' .M if fm WERE k in A IQ: M95 7 nf 'ui ,W A A v f - -- -- 7- VARSITY FO0TBllLl The Union Red Hawk Varsity football squad opened its T964 season with a victory over Creston High. The Hawk legions then taltered as injuries hampered many key players. Even though the team was far from healthy, their Spirit and willingness to sacrifice made the opposition realize they had to give their all to defeat the Red Hawks from Union High. As it turned out the Hawks went down to defeat the last seven times the final gun sounded. The members of this year's hard working varsity are, lst row - J. Bowens, J. Haggerty, C. Buttermore, H. Womble, J. Foltice, T. Word, B. Leedy, R. Vanderivlolen, G. Palmer, D. Covell, R. Wenzler, L. Lyons. 2nd row - R. Vitale, R. Friedrich, R. Poll, R. Spayde, R. Wood, R. Miller, P. Carlson, C. Janiszewski, G, VanWoe-rkam, F, Maslowski. 3rd row - S. Kaye, R. Steketee, C. DeKruif, P. Wertz, K. Cochran, R. Donley, M. Vogelsang, R. Vanl.iere, T. Johnson, C. Tiggleman, C. Orsinger. 4th row - managers Owsinski and Anama, Coach Sukup, Mr. Freeman, Mr. Need- ham, Coach Moerland, Coach Tweeddale, Coach Kelly, Mr. Fontaine, Coach Minier. The captains of the 1964 var- sity football squad are Tom WordCl6land"Buz"Leedyf35l. '44 , .A 34 ,av Palmer UAH, Folfice C27l, Vitale f637, and Jawiszew- ski f54D move in on a Polar Bear. Wenzler f47,, Word UM, and Folfice i275 stand by as the referee signals that Buz Leedy fleft center? is over for the score. Coach Sukup lkneelingl and his assistants watch game action intently with several Red Hawk players. Coaches Minier and Sukup look on as, left to right, R. Van Liere, G. Palmer, D. Covell, R. Spoyde, G. Wenzler, C. Buttermore, R. Wood, H. Womble, H. Leedy, T. Word, J. Foltice, ond B. Vander Molen warm up before the West Catholic game. 36 'lst row - Rudnik, Dewey, Bechtel, Slanger, Doclyk. 2nd row - Sherwood, Wert Makowski, Kanoza, Kotrch, Corbett, Wanroy. 3rd row - Belcher, Saur, Conser Densmore, Silvernail, Roude, Coach Moerland. lst row - Wheeler, Van Liere, Koegima, Walechi, Covell, Riolo, Bolier. 2nd row - Haress, Geske, Leech, Wesaw, Love, Maguire, Matthews. 3rd row - Cole, Sund, Boda, Shantz, Williams, Powell, Norburg, Kline, Coach Tweeddale. 37 3 wil X 1 U' R A at nu, Qi. 1. ... is TO I f Y ' "N" VARSITY CROSS CUUNTRY Lack of depth can pinpoint the one big fault ofthe Red Hawks Harriers for 19611. The Hawks possessed the city's best runner Ken Hirth who finished 12th in the state meet with a time of l0:09. The team's second man was Karl Boukma. These two senior runners were backed up by a large number of juniors and sophomores. Coach Wavio predicts an upswing at Union in cross country during the coming years as the interest in this fine sport grows. This year's Red Hawk Cross Country Team is: lst row - left to right, F. Torres, D. Richter, G. Didrichson, K. Hirth, K. Boukma, B. Palasek, and D. Douma. 2nd row - L. Hand, B. Kline, M. Germeraad, B. Vander- Toorn, R, Vader, B, Eastman, Coach Waivio, and B. Kossen, K. Boukmc, D. Douma, D. Richter, G. Didrichson, and B. Palasek get off to a fast start against Creston. Q. The captain ofthe 1964 Cross Country Team is Ken Hirth, Ken finished 'I2th in the State Meet with cz time of 10:09. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Red Hawk Varsity Basketball Team suffered through a long season in which their efforts seemed futile. The superior height and depth of the other City League Schools proved too much for the Hawks to handle. Their triumphs were few and their disappointments many. Sometimes hard work is iust not enough. The members of this year's Varsity are: 'lst row, left to right Dave Knottherus, Gary Gressler, Karl Boukma, Chuck Janisewski, Dick Ward, and Dave Hans. 2ndg Coach Nicollette, Rick Miller, Dave Pelak, George Didrichsons, Jim Mitcavish, Rich Donley, Roger Wood, and manager, Lody Zwarenstyn. Sitting is mascot, Dick Hearth. Missing are Pat Cooper and Curt Orsinger. xi wi Q' yu.. 4' ' ,pam-Mink 10'- 4 I ALE 2 X,4y1o, X 42 A 23 'QM M Q 510 W E ,ix .3 if if W ami 3 4 l W, 15, ' 3 L XS 2 ..-ln, gf: 'W . E5 I , V. ' - 7 ' First row - Wirfz, Hooke, Longslreet, Kofrch, Roedee. Second raw - Coach Tweedale, Way, Mathews, Shel- don, Conser, Slanger, Caughey. Little Hawks Show Skill. First row - Karasinsky, Osinsky, Conser, Jacobs, Ban- kroff, McGuire, Hartigh, Newhpuse, Mathews, Kossen. Second row - Coach Groth, Geske, Powell, Williams, Sund, Schwartz, Klein, Papke. R T 'TTT "'fhr.lT13h "M me WRESTLING The Red Hawk Wrestling Team battlecl to a second place finish in the young City Wrestling League. Their only loss in league play was to Ottawa Hills by a single point. We should be proud of the Red Hawk grapplers of 1965, they have shown proud for Union High in the best manner. The members of this year's team pictured above are: lst row, left to right S. Polaske, H. Sanborn, D. Wilcox, B. Hearth, B. Swantek, E. Hearth. 2nd row B. Barton, C. Buttermore, P. Jachim, L. Palmer, F. Torres, L. Barenclse. 3rd row S. Kaye, B. Klein, G. Palmer, H. Wom- ble, L. Lyon, W. Buttermore, D. Corbett, R. Boon. 4th row P. Savina, F. Maslow- ski, G. Van Werkom, A. Doclyke, S. Klein, J. Haggerty, B. Palasek. V Coach Savina looks at some Aurora action shots as i Co-Captains Bob Swantek fleftl and Pahlachim look on. X. 5 fs, Wmiwix A figmwhw Glen Von Woerkom uses his weight 'fo con1rolSouth's Brad Martin. Froy Torres moves in for o pin. Chip Klein fries to gain position o- gainst cz tough op- ponenf. First row - Chuck Beimers, Fred LaBour, Dale Richter, Doug An- derson, Jim Curtis, Jim Mendez. Second row - Bill Wanroy, Mike Rogers, Don Haynes, Chuck DeKruif, Randy VanLiere. Third row - Coach Cavanaugh, Bill Richter, Scott Castor, Louie Czauskas, Steve Powell. Missing - Morgan Landon, Dick D'Archangel, Ed SWIMMING Paced by captain Morgan Landon and a wealth of underclass- men the Red Hawk swimmers splashed to a place finish in the tough city league. This year's city league competition found talent of a caliber which is acknowledged as the best in many years. Other seniors on the squad included Doug Anderson and Chuck Beimers. Coach Cavanaugh looks for an improved team for next year. Colms. Coach Cavanaugh and captain Morgan Landon discuss the prospects ofvictory. 46 15 Landon shows good form as he dives fo another first place finish. The Red Hawk Relay Team splashed to a fine showing in all the city league meets. fl.eft to Right, Co-Captain Ken Hirth, Coach Wavio and Co-Captain Carl But- termore. i i VARSITY TRACK The prospects for a championship Track Team looked dim in l965. The main reason for this pessimism was a lack of depth. The members of this year's Track Team are, lst row Cleft to rightl: Ken Hirth, Carl Bouk- ma, Denny Cuson, Gary Palmer, Bob Vander Molen, Carl Buttermore, Don Howarth, Glen Van Woerkom, George Didrichson, Randy Van Liere, Curt Orsinger. 2nd row: Coach Wavio, David Douma, Casey Tiggleman, Ron Poll, Jack Jeffers, Dale Richter, Dick Elvey, Phil Wertz, Curt Wilson, Robert Hansen, Roger Hansen. 3rd row: Dave Cooper, Dick Conser, Dohn Lok, John Stellingworth, Rich Donley, Steve Berry, Steve Vandertorn, Bob Eastman, Stanley Kaye, and Louie Palmerlee. Union's number one shot puffer Rich Donley lets the shotpuf go as his understudies Steve Berry lmicldlel and Glen Van Woerkem frighfl look over his form. High iumper Karl Boukmu goes high to conquer the bar as G. Didricksons, C. Buftermore, and D. Conser look on. Ken Hirth Takes off to o fine brood jump. VARSITY TENNIS Coach Weller expects a fine showing from his Red Hawk Ten- nis Team of l965. With good senior and underclassmen talent the Hawks should place high in the tough city league. The mem- bers of this year's squad pictured above are: lst row: Cleft to rightl Doug Anderson, .lim Walker, Ron Vander Veen, Dick Vande- Vrede. 2nd row: Rex Thompson, Don Haynes, Tom Caughy, Jim Mendez. 50 u vg if I . I .L,,, gi .fi Senior Ron VcnderVeen re- TUFFIS G S6I'Ve. Doug Anderson spikes The bcllover the net fora point in a doubles match. l ' Coach Sukup and Co-Cap- l tains Bob Mervenne lleftl ' and Jerry Foltice discuss l the coming Baseball Sea- , son. T sew l l A A VARSITY BASEBALL With a fine core of returning letterwinners the Red Hawk Baseball Team shows much promise. The members of this year's team pictured above are: lst row lleft to rightl: Chuck Janiszewski, Dan Sandee, Jim Haggerty, Tom Word, Bob Mer- venne, Gary Gustinis, Paul Chicklon, Jerry Foltice, Dale DeBoer. 2nd row: Louie Cizusher, Tony Johnson, John Newberry, Russ Vitale, Roger Wood, Al Konoza, Andy Konoza, John Longstreet, Ron Carlson, Stan Plaske, Bruce DeYoung. 3rd row: Dan Sherwood, John Alman, Bill Rudnik, Dick Ward, Larry Hanns, Ken Deck- er, Dennis Wass, Larry Slanger, Abe Dodyk, Denny Pospiech, and Coach Sukup. A late thaw found the Red Hawk Baseball Team practicing indoors until mid-April. The returning letterwinners from the 'I964 Baseball Team are: lst row Cleft to rightl C. Janiszewski, G. Gustinis, J. Foltice, B. Mervenne, J. Haggerty, P. Chicklon. 2nd row: Coach Sukup, R. Miller, R. Wood, D. Sandee, J. Word, D. DeBoer. l Y will Mil yt l',fG,lWl4Ull'il GULF I cod swim expects Q fine showing from his well balanced Red Hawk Golf Team of l965. Highlighted with good depth the Red Hawks should finish high in the City League standings. Members of this years team pic- tured above are: lst row: lleft to right, B. Eastway, B. Stellingworth, J. Smith, D. Prince, and C. Hartigh. 2nd row: B. Newberg S. Castor, B. Bental, J. Boonstra, L. Bech- tel and Coach Sruba. .alll fl Golf Captain Bob St worth and Coach Srub t lk over Stellingworth's frst round of the year. :'," fmh . Team veterans Craig Hurtigh and Refurmng lefterman Bob Stellxhngworth Don prince let loose with the big ffopy and Tom Bowens show thenr form. swing for the Red Hawk Golf Team' , Seniors Bowens, Prince, iw A H-crtigh and Stellingworth discuss the prospects of The coming season. lst row Left to Right: Jim Zwarensteyn, Doug Oswinski, Tom Johnson, Robert Cisler, Dan Kiehle, Alan Maki, John Macomber, Sim Snoak, Ron Wheeler. 2nd row: Steve Hankens, Steve Ballenger, Steve Wert, Ron Boda, Gilbert Bancroft, David Van Huisen, Terry Reen, Brad Wheeler, Tom Bowen. 3rd row: Coach Moerdyk, Steve Williams, Scott Klein, Rich Riolo, Scott Mathews, Don Wiest, Jim Wheeler, Rick Davis, Steve Norberg, Tom Newhouse, Gaylord Tiff. JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL AND TRACK Top Row fleft to rightl Ed Jaunais, John Schwartz, Steve Van Leire, Phil Maguire Randy Youn s T Quigley, Jim Wove, Larry Lumpkin. Kneeling fleft to rightl Greg Conser, Doug Vos,, Lew's J k it I gm , J Kane, Mike Idema, Jerry Anama, Dennis Harris, Don Shelton. Bottom Row fleft to rightl Davecrdzgmci Do: M . . - . , I arion, Ken Marsh, Dave Wiest, Bill Kossen, Tim Holt, Roger Mankoski, Ron Karasinski. 4 x ils 1 ,nam , -my .la 'wgmmmsus SN W -99521 1' yglqyg-1 fun ,A ,, 5 , V 1WM..'?., -i ,K fwuaan was mai:-nr Iss Tu-A 1 xi his ,W C' is xl' Q 721 -ww m Y' ,4- 'Ski' y x f L' -14 I F-L 2 L 1 41-ffl K If QQ -1 A? A x f l-7, w ..' TL 2 , W X 2, lic ,, pl of 'ff V l ,,.jk fl I Cie! sick, fi' QMQ! "fu, f Ji, f 4' K ' il, f "V-,1 'co 'fe , I, X ' A CJ fi x "3-L I .. Qi! L , 'cg,fJ ', x fiill The FACULTY is challenged not only by fhe demands of students for in- creased knowledge but also wifh The continuance of their own education. iii? , Garner Q llama ff:3E3E?lh.'.:'5i?'1v3f ,gf - if i Q ' ' .'-'Qff"1T 7 5'-hkrxsi .fifrf '-H-u...,,.,. Miss Wrisley and Mr. Freeman Our principal and the assistant principal are faced each day with the challenge ot showing the way to leadership. They strive to promote co-operation and a better relation- ship among the students. Mr. Rybock, Mr. Powers, Mrs. Ambrose, Mr. Gallant, and Miss Feringa 1 SN, 60 Mrs. Zarbock KM' 4 Miss Schoen and Miss Noble The administrative assistants play an important part in our school. The librarians help the students in their choice of information obtained from books, the secretaries and attendance officers help make our school system work efficiently, and our counselors help guide each student in choosing his classes and vocation. E , Mrs. Terry l i i Mrs. Knock Mrs. Allyn and Miss Carlson The experienced English department broadens a student's knowledge in grammar and literature. They help us develop the ability to express our own thoughts and opinions. This is essential whether one continues on into college, or begins in the working world immediately after high school. Mr. Longberg, Miss Wray, and Miss Wilson xiii 'SK Mrs. Hornbrook, Mrs. Darling, and Mrs. Beardslee X, ,fr 1, Mr. Azkoul 4 f.L L1 124 ,,L.,f Speech, debate and dramatics teach expression and self-confi- dence, while the courses in Latin, French, and Spanish help us to understand the languages, peoples, and customs in other parts of the world. 63 1 R HXQZ. Hoff, Lic.,-ii-0,745 !,J4Lce,',. The teachers above are Mr. Kelley, Mr. Kuipers, Mr, Muraski Whether it is a government,-history, or economics clyass, these 'teachers deal with a most important facet of our lite. They guide young adults iftrlbecomirlgPlntelligent, well-informed, in- l V ' if L. U ., W 2 xl XA lj L,'lA aa X:-fl 'Xxx ,fa WNY' The teachers above are Mr. Houston, Mrs. Shellman, Mrs. Sokoloslci 64 Standing below are Mr. Nicolefte, Mr. Groth, Mr. Zeddies terested and active citizens. As the future voters and leaders of our country, their students are a challenging responsibility to them. The teachers below are Mr. Waivio and Mrs. Smith J O ffig ,Ai D V O 0 J Q . ,N P 1' ' 5" 91"-'.'2xf 4 0. '.0.Q'."':?,4 I n g',0 o 4 n"og., e -,,.oo,,nnu.:xs 'Q o'e'v"""-'y ,V 0 o q,llur'n.v 0 -D 4 ., fn ' ffl ,,,,,a c'o,s9 4 , Q o 4,au.,r ,I ,x 0,0 o?i6,nu.pi5,t:,0 o n y os ooounv"ll 1' si ec to as 'K' ' , ' 0,00 .ual an Whip. ulllnlf 4. 0,0.0 . 'ofesglilul' lllllll puluuatim ,gnlunllff -M-M Q nlllllhli' ' gals' 52 Miss Jacques Mr. Hammer Mr. McCurdy Union's excellent staff of teachers who instruct in music and art help students learn to use their talents to the fullest. Not only do they strive to mold students into well- rounded individuals, but they also urge self-expression through music and art. Mr. Fryfogle Mr. Bradley l 66 kikq eel 1. KN' "M uv ua D i l 4 Mun: m ' lE5S W -'S' 6 V v f TX .EEL fx X xi iw ,W , C " i ' Q93 swim .ru r-wwf N r if' lWlil1K5TfS0011.f DWWV, iw ,fig f J MVS. Weller Miss Sliurkfl Q- NQ,"l Mr, Larsen Mr. Duncan ,ii 9 KX To supplement o regular curriculum of math, science, and English, sfudenfs or Union may choose To Take courses which will be of more direct value To Them after graduation Skills for use in the office or The home can be acquired under The wise leadership of These Teachers. Mrs. Havlick Miss Renshaw Mrs. Depuif WJ Mathematics is becoming even more important in our complex, Technical century. Dull and uninteresting to some, math is in truth exciting and challenging. We are fortunate to have our own experts in the intriguing world of numbersg their special insight and instruc- tion prove more than equal to the challenge. In the picture at the left are Mr. Myers and Mr. VcndenBerge. Standing below are Mrs. Shew and Mr. Dewitt. n.....-- W NE? -Y, .,...mf:,. ,,., W., ww ln this age of wondrous discoveries and rapid advances in the scientific world, it is a continual challenge to our science Teachers here at Union not only to present their infor- mation in an interesting and stimulating manner, they must also keep informed of new facts and figures that relate to their classes. Science is a fascinating subiect and the teacher who can make his students realize this is indeed a remarkable one. Our teachers eagerly and successfully meet the challenge. Standing in the top picture above are Mr. Palmer, Mr. Vaughn, and Mr. Weller. ln the lower picture are Mr. Huff, Mr. Syriala, Mr. Moerland, Mr. Smelker, and Miss Karpinski. 69 as.. CII W...,,1 . ,J ,Mav- Mr. Minier Mr. Needham Mrs. Black Mr. Sukup 70 Z NW 49 , Q M XX WPAY Q nf , VFQ3- Q Wy MQJ N M . V. wi' Vi ,f gf? g,wwm Q -X Y' 'EN I N3 Qiksgggi gs, gs S?5N3f ieigr Qlfm W5 4 . J? as we Y I ... fm lixm M 1 ,pu Q3 Mrs. Bigordwski Mrs. Radawski Mrs. Block As students, we are deeply indebted to the personnel who keep our school in good order. Whether it is in the delicious lunches served in the cafeteria or the spotless main- tenance we enioy, our custodians and cooks meet the challenge ot their responsibilities. Russel Jansma Guy Fauble John Hyink Jim Dakin 73 Www! -Inv CLUBS provide a challenge to students To participate by belonging to or leading an exira-curricular activity of five school. lst row: F. LaBour, R. DeHaas, C. Tiggleman, M. Antozak, B. Heetderks, K. Rudnik, D. D'AfChGUQEl, N. Tournall J. Bouwens, D. Myers, B. Riewald, R. Rudnik, C. Beimers, 2nd row: B. Barten, R. Kuipers, C. Korsikas, R. Stehou wer, W. Isabell, C. Davis, R. Carlson, L. Zwarensteyn, 3rd row: J. Echtinaw, L. VanderVrede, B. D'Archangel, D Arnoudse, G. Didrichson, J. Sonneveldt, J. Pohanlca, B. Palasek, 4th row: N. Oleszczuk, C. Clark, J. Kutt, K. DeVries. National Honor Society The requirements for induction into the National Honor Society are high, and, therefore, to be chosen as a member of this organization is a great honor. Members possess the quali- ties of excellent scholarship, character, leader- ship, and service. Honor Society officers: Beth Riewald, president, John Bouwens, vice- president, Kathy DeVries., secretary, Chuck Beimers, treasurer. Ad- visors: Miss Carlson and Mr. DeWitt. Future Nurses Girls considering a career in the field of nursing are able to learn more about the profession by being a member of the Future Nurses Club. The girls see movies on nursing and tour local hospitals. In the fall, they took an excursion to a convention in Detroit. Their I :lvisor is Mrs. Shew. Members: lst row: S. Schroeder, N. Possett, G. Terbeek, C. Steinbrecker, J. Fletcher, 2nd row: E. Anama, M. Pala- sek, M. Zoet, J. Vidro, P. McCowan, S. Heath, L. Lubinow, M. VGnderGeld, S. Gillette, J. Kniff, M. Strodtman, S. Smith, Mrs. Shew, E. Chase. Future Teachers To look into the profession of teaching and to encourage entrance into this field are the obiectives of the Future Teachers Club. From their advisors, Mrs. DePuit and Miss Wrisley, the members are given first-hand information about what teaching involves. Members: lst row: J. Wagner, J. Matzat, D. Gressler, J. Schmit, Mrs. DePuit, S. Carlson, B. D'Archangel, C. Grabos key, 2nd row: N. Loye, C. Mekedc, M. Morris, S. Kruh, P. Thomasma, V. Schiefly, K. Tumbling, J. Zoet, B. DeYoung 77 Vocal Music Department The A-Capella Choir, Varsity Choir, Girls' Glee Club, and Junior High Chorus compose the Vocal Mu- sic Department which is under the direction of Mr. Bradley. These groups participate in music assem- blies and concerts both here at Union and around the city. Girls' Glee Club 78 A-Cappella Choir Members of the A-Capella Choir are - lst row: N. Straub, V. Pellerito J. Ross, J. Koenes, D. Rokicki, J. Faber, J. VanLoon, E. Poll, E. Spi cer, D. Smelker, J. Wilson, B. Cunningham, L. Lubenow, L. Larsen, L Malone, C. Roetman, N. Chase, Mr. Bradley, 2nd row: L. Sanborn, A Dawson, L. Mosketti, P. DeHaan, M. Torres, K. Proctor, A. Katip, R Webber, T. Kelly, J. Adams, M. Flynn, T. Lombard, P. Powell, M. Van derGeld, L. Waltz, M. Sill, B. Mulder, L. Yonkers, 3rd row: S. Manni, P Johnson, K. Radimak, C. Jones, B. Wright, S. Ringler, C. Suttorp, J VanMalsen, J. Troutman, B.Godwin, J. Hadwin, H. Womble, J. Haggerty J. Mendez, B. Miller, D. Ferguson, S. Cunningham, J. Fox, D. Henry L. Quigley, S. Johnson, 11th row: D. Antvelink, E. Anama, J. Roetman L. Logan, C. O'Neil, L. Oslund, B. Love, D. Fiest, D. Silvernail, J Simpson, 5. Mazurk, A. Doedyk, R. Schaap, S. Armstrong, M. Reitman L. Reese, L. Terpstra, P. Snapp. Members of the Girls' Glee Club are - lst row: Kay Tolsero, Barb Ensley, Marilyn Plating, Kathy Kolehouse, Cherie Jones, Pat Riordan, Carolyn Troupe, 2nd row: Nancy Balulis, Ann VanAlsburg, Darlene Rokicki, Pat McCowan, Diann Jonesas, Jane Wagner, 3rd row: Sue Ungrey, Maria Vander- Geld, Mari Frieberg, Trudy Tolsma, Jackie Ward, 4th row: Becki Cunningham, Marilyn Zoet, Ester Hardy, Linda Logan, Cathy Marsh, Judy Flagg, Mr. Bradley. 79 Jr. High Chorus Varsity Choir Counferclock wise: Bob Love, Ed Spicer,Jcn VanMalsen, Eliz- abeth Anama,Linda Reese, Judy Fox, Cheryl Lehman, Louise Terpsfra, Maria VanderGeld, Carole O'Neil, Joy Roerman, Lindo Logan, Louise Waltz, Torn Kelley, Steve Mazurelc. lst row: F. Gonzales, D. Rocha, N. Martini, L. Reed, B. Ogren, N. Sfefans, Mr. Bradley, 2nd row: S. Sch- muclc, K. Radimak, L. Johnson, L. Sfokey, M. Jones, S. Briggs, J. Fletcher, 3rd row: C. Poor, M. Haner, S. Mead, D. Shay, C. Lancioni, J. Brown, 41h row: R. Hansen, C. Flower, D. Harris, R. Hansen, W. Wole- secky, S. Battles, S. Leech. 'lst row: D. Cowdin, J. Cizauskas, D. Dummer, C. Davis, 2nd row: C. Hegerty: M. Jones, J. Ash, N. Martini, P. Ford D. Reetz, K. Telzerow, 3rd row: P. Burrows, K. Esther, T. Tolsma, J. Marcus, M. Murrell, T. Zahm, Mrs. Black-Ad visor, K. Weber, S. Grodus, S. Hoet, D. Jonusas, B. Graham. Girls "U" Club GUC is a club for girls who are interested in sports. Under the guidance of Mrs. Block, the members participate in volleyball and basketball games for enjoyment as well as to perfect their skill. Members can earn numerals, school letters, and all-city honors. GUC members enjoy a game of basketball. 81 R.0.T.C. The boys in R.O.T.C. become acquainted with military procedures. They participate in weekly drills and monthly inspections in which they prepare for their annual field clay held in the spring. There they can be coun- ted on to take many top honors for our school and have gained recognition tor being the finest R.O.T.C. Company in Western Mich- igan. COLOR GUARD: R. y R Ge beak, R. Hilli 5 '23 5 i Q V- COMPANY STAFF: Cadet Capt. Robert Stellingworth, Company Commander Cadet 'lst Sgt. Edward Ross, Company 'lst Sgt.g Cadet 'lst Lt. Leon Bullock, Executive Officerg Cadetlst Lt. Gary Ferguson, Supply Otficerg Sfsgt. Frank Lozon, Instructor 82 r , .- - W L.., A N . Q Y ' 2 L u .. - .- DRILL TEAM: lst row: T. O' Donnell, G. Ferguson, M. Altena, G. Kuitert, 2nd row: R. Reitman, J. Lee, D. Hulswit D. Way, 3rd row: J. Ropoleski, J. Stellingworth, T. Williams, J. VonMaIsen, 4th row: E. Ross, F. Shepherd, D. Hurst R. Vader. r 1 V lst row: D. Jesaitis, T. Williams, D. Tann, R. Lovell, G. Francis, R. Vader, J. Bork, R. Reitmon, 2nd row: J. Van Molsen, R. Moore, J. Urban, D. Brown, G. Sironen, G. Buck, E. Ross, 3rd row: D. Hurst, D. Dyer, S. Suedas, G. Lof quist, R. Stratton, R. Hysell. 83 .W ........, , L... . . , r .5 , ...ic IMLATIWQT. i , IIEILk,,., ist row: M, Landon, J. Walker, A. Dewey, L. Pater, D. Bozek, R. Vandezand, J. MacVittie, 2nd row: J. Echtinaw D. Leech, L. Vugteveen, R. Kolehouse, G. Ambrose, J. Adams, 3rd row: F. Shepherd, D. Francis, D. Thompson, G Tucker, A. Wendt, J. Stellingworth. ist row: R. Taylor, J. Lee, W. Kryzanowski, J. Behrens, R. Mieras, D. Way, P. Miller, D. Hulswit, 2nd row: J. Ro poleski, H. Kozal, R. Barfnick, J. Radimak, E. Knight, R. Chambers, R. Zuiderbaan, 3rd row: H. Wagoner, R. Harris T. Dykstra, D. Gingrich, J. Wayne, R. Mankowski, B. Hearth. .3 ,,.,,. I... . Q sl. ir' 5:7 ip: .1 Q g y Q, . y :iL-L'L'riTL'1J li A X A 1Y,...l .,.. ILTTT ,..J.. Latin Club Their activities throughout the year enable Latin Club mem- bers to further their knowledge of the Roman language and cus- toms. These activities include the exchanging of Latin Valen- tines and the annual Latin Bon- quet. The club advisor is Mrs. Darling. Club officers, in authentic Latin dress, are Pat Apkarian, treasurer Carol Barten, Vice-president, and Cherie Steinbrecker, secretary. Miss ing: Bruce Barren, president. Mrs. Darling is the advisor lst row: M. VonHuisen, J. Vander- Kyl, P. Apkarian, D. Jonusas, 2nd row: G. Heidenga, M. Kennedy, Mrs. Darling-Advisor, C. Barten, 3rd row: B. Borten, F. Torres, S. Monni, C. Steinbrecker, 4th row: M. Oliver, M. Nowak, B. Davidson, S. Getzen, Sth row: 5. DeVos, D. Botis, L. Siratowiz, L. VanderVrede, P. Cud- worth. , . X Senior Band G. Antvelink, C. Barren, S. Bedwell, D. Bofsis, T. Bouwens P. Burrows, G. Chapin, N. Carson, J. Culver, D. Dedrick, D Derowe, D. Derrick, R. Elvey, J. Evert, G. Ferguson, P. Ford D. Francis, l. Gamble, S. Gillette, D. Gunneson, K. Gunneson J. Hall, R. Harris, S. Hawkins, D. Haynes, J. Hendrickson, H Henkel, J. Hilton, R. Hoekwafer, C. Hollebeck, D. Hurst, S Jacobs, S. Klein, G. Kuirert, C. Kufchin, L. Lubenow, M.Main M. Maloney, R. Marsman, J. Mason, S. Mroz, N. Oleszczuk, E Paxfon,M. Plating,T. Porter, B. Riewald, B. Richter, R. Riolo D. Rosekopf, J. Ross, G. Sironen, P. Smifh, A. Snider, K. Ten elshof, P. Thomasmo, R. Thomasma, J. Urban, J. VanderKuyl L. VanderRede, C. Veensfra, P. Visser, K. Weber, J. Weem lwoff, 5. Wierda, R. Williams, T. Williams, T. Zahm, L. Zwaren steyn. Maioreffes: Judy Metz and Linda Lukaarf 86 Instrumental Music Department The Instrumental Music Department, under the direction of Mr. Frytogle, provides the music for many activities during the year. The spirited music ofthe band brings pep assemblies to lite and they provide halt-time entertainment during football games. The band and orchestra present a Christmas assembly and an annual Spring Concert. Both the band and orchestra make a fine contribu- tion to numerous events at Union. I Senior Orchestra lst row: P. Bendokaites, M.Nowcrk, D. Meeker, M, VanHuisen, M. Strodtman, G. Terbeelc, S. Greenbauer S Johnston 2nd row: R. Lancioni, R. Cisler, M. Plating, A. Snider, L. Lubenow, C. Veenstra, J. Hall, J. Evert, C Barten Corson, L. VandeVrede, A. Wilford, M. Dempsey, 3rd row: L. Woronlco, S. Afton, J. Ross, J. Hilton, R W ram Paxton, G. Chapin, G. Antvelink, B. Riewald, T. Williams, N. Oleszczuk, D. Botsis, H. Henkel, J. VanderKu Kicz, 4th row: Mr. Prytogle, J. Mason, G. Kuitert, S. Gillette, T. Porter, L. Zwarensteyn, B. Richter, L Sheneman C. Anderson, L. Riewald. ff 87 aff' lst row: Mr. Sukup, Ed Hearth, Bob Swantek, Karl Boukma, Mr. Nicolette, 2nd row: Jim Mathews, Tom Word, Carl Buttermore, Bob Mervenne, Dan Wilcox, Lee Palmer, 3rd row: Ron VanderVeen, Denny Cuson, Pat Jachim, Jim Hag- gerty, Jim Walker, Dick Covell, 4th row: Buzz Leedy, Gary Palmer, Lody Zwarensteyn, Harry Womble, Glenn Van- Woerkom, Rick Miller, 5th row: Dave Hans, Jerry Foltice, Robert Stellingworth, Randy VanLiere, Jack Jeffers, Dave Douma, 6th row: Frank Masloski, Gary Gustinis, Chuck Janiszewski, Jim Mendez, Phil Loby, Ken Hirth, 7th row: Steve Berry, Roger Wood, Paul Chicklon, Froylan Torres, Dole Richter, George Didrichson, 8th row: Don Sandee, Pat Cooper, Larry Lyons, Doug Anderson. 88 New members, Dave Douma and Jack Jeffers, are initiated. Varsity Club coat check Varsity Club The Varsity Club works to promote school spirit here at Union. Boys earning a maior letter are eli- gible tor induction at the conclusion of each sport season. Varsity Club activities during the year included selling Red Hawk sweatshirts and sponsoring the annual Varsity-Faculty basketball game. At home basketball games, they sold refreshments and check- ed coots. Members sold tickets to an all-city hoot- enanny for the benefit ot an athletic scholarship fund. A Varsity Club picnic was held at the end of the school year. President. Varsity Club Officers: Buzz Leedy, Vice President, Karl Boukma, Secretary, Jerry Fol tice, Treasurer, Bob Swantek x S Aurora Staff The Aurora Staff this year had two sections which worked together to put out the yearbook. The sales staff took care of the business, such as selling subscriptions and ads. The editorial staff put the book together. Heads of the Editorial Staff: Beth Riewald, Student Editor-I Chiefg Mr.Moerdyk, Mrs. Knack, Mrs.AIlyn - Eaculty A low? K ' 1 n- ,f ww 65 JW rf ff P New Kr l A ,Zi fjf LJ J XL Ojfvd J , cr ' W 2 MGC W 7 rv if of M . W Heads of the Sales Staff: Mr. Duncan, ' Mr. Larsen, Gary Gressler, Renee Kuipers. N- QE 12? x f . N I XXX X X Qxbi ecer , .W Q i blk X Qs . J No ,Q X 'i l ii Q W 1 X i I - ,XM iq W XSVIS K3 X h Student Photographer: Bill Heetderks. if Q7 XJX " E YP 90 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .......... . . . Beth Riewald Assistant: Kathy Rudnik SCHOOL LIFE EDITOR ....... ..... . . Ruth Rudnik Assistants: FACULTY EDITOR . Assistants: CLUBS EDITOR . . Assistants: UNDERCLASSMEN 81 Assistants: SPORTS EDITOR .. Assistants: PHOTOGRAPHER .. Kathy DeVries, Pam Panzer Karyn Seamons, Bonnie Vereeken Sandy Smith, Elaine Sietsema, Marilyn Nowak Nancy Murphy . . Anne Scott SENIOR EDITOR ...... . .... Judy Kniff Nancy Corson, Ruth DeHaas, Nancy TourneII, Linda Sharphorn, Jackie Bilski Dee Antvelink, Bonnie Kloostra, Hal Henkel 91 Robert Stellingworth Bill Heetderks 6 if Members of the sales staff: lst row: R. Kuipers, N. Balulis, G. Dochod, S. Goldner, N. Dingman, L. Lubenow, J. Mason, Back row: G. Gressler, S. Armstrong, T. Oumedian, J. Krusinski. Key Club The Key Club is an international organization with clubs in the United States and Canada. The club's aim is to serve its school and community. During this year Union's Key Club ushered tor the Civic Theatre, gave food baskets to the needy at Christmas, and distributed voting posters in the fall. lst row: R. Karelse, F. Torres, D. Hulswit, H. Williams, B. Demaray, W. Isbell, R. Stellingworth, M. Landon, B Palasek,2nd row: S.Makowski, B. Krause, D. Ardnouse, L. Bechtel, J. Krueinski, D. Conser, T. Caughey, R. Baxter J. Echtinaw, R. Carlson, B. Iteen, Mr. Galant - Advisor. P Debate Debate is an advanced field of speech which in- volves interscholastic con- tests with all city high schools. Union's debate team had practice debates with other teams in the state and took an excursion to Big Rapids. Our debate team is directed by Mr. Azkoul. lst row: C. VerHeek, L. Shay, J. Bilski, V. Pellerito, P. Chipman, 2nd row: J. Criske, L. Bectal, H. Henkel, P. Loby, A. Garbowitz, D. Rich- ards, G. Wanamaker. Student Council lst row: C. Marsh, C. Loye, D. Vincent, K. Loye, L. Shay, J. Lucasse, M. Morris, J. Mathews, J. Walker, R. Poll D. Gingrich, F. LaBour, J. Koenes, M. Makowski, 5. VanderLind, 2nd row: M. Urban, Mr. Norgrove-Advisor, D. Cuson M. Bos, N. Corson, H. Henkel, P. Apkarian, A. Snider, B. Love, C. Mathews, T. Oumedian, L. Palmer, B. Swantek J. Mason, G. Graham, J. Newberry, C. Fahlen, L. VanderMale, C. Campbell, B. VcnderMoIen, M. Antozak. 93 if s wmv Q .IMA in -. Challenges to UNDERCLASSMEN are without limit. After the task of adiusting to high school is completed, entering into school activities for fun and recog- nition and the development of self becomes c challenge to each individual. . A Y A fe- g. . -3...-,T . r ,.,. .. M -. e .. 3 ,mf 2... M Q . .f LP 23 M .N ,Avg .N 3 .. J 61. . , .,:s,,.., ,,. ,QQ 'X 3555.- Q - 5 U M., ,kg 1 . rf ., if ' f 'f El5Y7-W' ' Avis. ig 5 'rw in , .,.V .V W T xg W5 W .. . Xe .ii 1 wr' Y P2 Q 3, R U 2. ' ai G. Alberts J. Alford , - I., -. ,, , . ff? Y . R. Amcnn M. Antozak ,V 1 . , L VZ.. E. Aiwater P. Barten L. Baldwin E V '-- me A 'Neff i M. K. . il T gf ee Heiggi. N , K. Belbot T. Bidgood T. Bolt 1 fa- A it Z: 5 , A 'l ' 59 A r A A ,1,'. Q V' ,rf key eifrj A. Bryan D. Buskard D. Buskirk C. Bowen R. Bowers W. Bowers L. Broft ', are " 'Su 'V , s .V+ 9 , vs iff P4 Qi' 'e . fe. A I ifffgfz-' , Ag- --"Q, SM D. Castle M. Caverly W. Chize E. Christensen Seventh Grade A . ' 'ef 7 5 ,"-k k':' WEEKS R. Cisler K. Clemenfi iq ey 1 K. Czuhai T. Davenport in e H, ..sr 12 . 2 , ' 55 .W1'1: f1fff'. 'lf Mk! E 15 , vington R. Cowdin f .Ln ' ' . 'M A -. ,K , kk . 1-L' - . .is . . f sf gg ,P .. - .A R. Dronkers C. Eastway l ew W F Sf Ai' 'K .A l ip 'DI Q .1 - U' A - ' Mile hr I 'x ' '4 A 31 A. Fairbrother P. Fairbrother R. Fetch M. Fuller B. Gallegos J. Gibson R. Gibson 96 F I i ,l4""'N. wwf A P. Glowacki M. Gonzales if Q M B E J W 1 fl . D. Hanson M. Harper 5 K D , K 1. o my J L, 2' , J iff! X . , figs P. Hess M. Heyman 6 f -. gg A cg? Y? e. '5 J. Jaworski .fr L P. Johnson V- eg A k! Z - W . A , .:'x . -. '71 , 55, ,fl , ,f-9' 71:75-S fr, S. Kopoenol J. Kelley Q I J A 1 . l ll . PM R. Lancioni P"" . "",, Q S. Larson K Q X I' f . . ,ff ik T . ' Q J N-15. K . . . Sig .fi f .... ,am .1.f'f. R. . ,, 5' Wlll J . , , A 5 k K .. ,,.l if if up J G 9 'ii' gg ff ' . . A 1 1 a .sz S. Gordon W. Grover D. Green J. Haggerty W. Hamblin o. ..,,. .l . qV . Y , . 2 o 5 'Ph Qlzl: K 'L - , ff imvifrdfse li it lsrl 3 . A W D. Hearth C. Hegerty R. Heller S. Herbert B. Hess L." ' ' - . .,-- ' L p. 99 4 . 'Q " ' f ,W K' '1t..., Egg fr-' , :Y 4 is , , . ' Wiki. , .af-z' 3' 1 . gk - . . 2 .- .f 'f - fvs. ,ff f? 1, , It - rf- f . " 3 ji 'f f r iii' " A 1 .1 B. Hinman R. Hoffman D. ldema S. Iteen L. Jackobs T- Johnson D. Johnston L. Jones V. Jones E. Justice , N rf, . v , ' we - H .f is 51 to L ' . vi, ' - 2 ' ...Q 7 fill 'L J Q 47? li ' fi -. . .f-.fr ' ' ' f ?' 5' - "iffy ' - KSITTPIKSF D. Kielwle W. Limek R. Kruithof . LaBryer Ut . A 'L ' I ' JA' A I Ax, XY D D Ns. YW l 2 KX, " S' M fs- fl' X . 4 , . ,Q ,ve fait' Lf, R. Leal L. Levandowski L. Lindberg C. Lintemuth R. Little ... . .,,"""'Q' 'H R. Logan D. Louks C. Lovell A. Lovett P. Lovett P. Loye R. MacMillan 97 i xr D. Makarewicz K' ' A 1. 7' Y ' , . N E. . . J. Moerdyke 2 me , , -V.. S , , ,. , ,- ,L,1 J l ff. ,. er A I J. . i A A -' . Z Q . . , V ,.. , Q 1. .R . i 5 A,,, . D. Marion B. Martindale G. McDaiey D. Merrill R. Mesery R. Miller , . V Q A i. J rr.. i ,. .S A ' Q iw ,A I 'k ' ,. . I , .,V, i af . ., 'V 1 L is A v i w i V M I r ' A ' .f X S we . . . f . L . .W he .., V, , ,- J, D. Mosher E. Moyer K. Mulnoney P. Musser L. Nelson N. Norburg K . Norder ' - mf B. Pierce K D' 5 M Q. K. T Q, L. Norder I . .N . . i., .6 J V gr . 5 , L - U i lk Z? . .K .-'fa C. Powers ,. ii ,., Q 1. A . ...Q , ii - i sf - . S. OFGCZ M. Orr S. Ruiz D. Pormelee C. Pfishner in ' ' A I? Arr' 7 Q 5 'vm LW - X t .- .. ix A A Q VKKL it . 1 1 P . A "' ,QL B. Prater D. Quigley S. Quisf S. Reiclnord J. Riewold ,. . ., Ai a: I we , . P3 X4 .'.q 1 ' H A ', W . . K, wi il, H C -- 3 ri: 'fh'. J K Q, ' gf . 6 gg 1 ' ' A R. Routscw C. SanMiguel M. SonMiguel S. Schneider W. Schmonn C. Schudera C. Scott -w1f. f'.. S- A ,--':' . V 'i ii I ' nv . Jw- . M! Tiai- 35 V, H 12- 'ff My viii. g J i S. Snoop D. Snook . N. Steiner J. Sweeney A. Tabor R, Tiff . ' "2 ' A er., . if mf A ' l....i fi A Q . A .qs 1 :iz . Q... 'A . A A A f . . X .q,.,., - K 2, 1 , IEE . A. I . Lvl 3.15 . . K G. VcnDyke N. VanHuisen A. Vorel S. Vunge A. Ward P. Webster R, Weemhoff 98 ' EQ "'1 f . 1, HT . ,,. K. L Q I wg? :VV Rfk ,H by K N' 6. if 1? . , , V "tm ,- . ik"' AIQL 1 W,AL t -- My 3 l 3 'K M l 1 V i -si ' 1 ff Q if L W ,. ,- ,f - wh , f fix . f" W ll . -17 gi if E .:,. , , V.. I6 W k r fc JV ! D. Wesaw R. Wheeler S. Whitney D. Wiesf WilSOI'1 D- Winn J- Winn J H A J, ., AQ 9 ' V K' 6 V . fm - f f" Yi l f W H- We ll . W l if. i .C 9' i . llli 5' sf ff' W 2 i a h . - l f . A I i 1? fl L h h A A ' ' J. Winsfanley C. Woellper C. Womble M. Woods L. Woronko M. Wysocki B, Zqhm Eight h Grade ,,, 1- , f Tl- ' xv Nm , QP, K 1 ix if Ab. yy 93. Q 'Q 1. . 1 . 2'-l yy e . R. Adams S. Afton G. Alflen G. Anama J. Ashby S. Balder S. Ballengef -. 'fl ll Q . H, WJ. ll ' - ii H El f A If I X N. Barton D. Bayink W L+? j. 3 'V -g K I A- .....- .. 1 C. Bigler x fl' C. Bolthouse R. Boda ,-. 'ii A v 3 , ., R. Bowman The challenge To advance to biology, chemistry, physics . 99 A .rr . ' wa- Y, 4.55 F 1 " li ,, PZ , . . El I D. Bradford D. Briggs 'Y - 'vw A. 5" C. Covell D. Crouch B. Ensley N. Faulkner 311 J lr . ll C. Griffith C. Grodus . " I ,W I Ji 'iff - rw .,-, . - 4 QQ ., ...fr Ak., gm., G. Hills M. Hills r . i gm " f - my . iil. , M.,'. 'ii' 1 il ' V . Jarvi E. Jaunais S. Kafip A. Kempker E. Brown R. Cole B. Dalman R. Davis .rr san. 014' J. Fletcher I. Force M. Grofh Y. Gutierrez ,M L. Hull B. Humphrey ,,, Q V. Conlon P. Connell T. Corlin rf ,, , NWN. V- .H ,,,. , 1... fi ,., 3 , .4 . if 'i , 1. 8 S. Denton M. Dewar S. Dykema S. Ford N. Fowler B. Griffith H. Harper M. Harper B. Harris M. ldema J. Ingersoll .-,.,, ,ps L. Jackobs N ...M A W' 5 , 153.1 . 1 R. Karasinski .V of 5 QQ 'Wy 1' J " , lf ' K K F372 - 34? ' .. Q Nl L. 1 ., ' ' 'K lf , :. s ' J .. : 1 f is H - ' ' Z 'LM f , A --L' - S si 1 ' - - Q D. Jingles B. Johnson R. Johnston J. Kane . J V X 5. i, .,,, , Q is ...fi . .. . of V .1 6 f 3 ff J. Kessen S. Kindig l00 D. Korhonen N. Lang D. Larson M- l JDS- 3 im hi , kqy ..,ff,..-wt, - .Ji J C ,Jai f . J. Laws J. Leredosky i C. Livermore L.ill.umpl-:in J. Mccomben J J. ahciney N. Makcrewicz . F.. I 'relwrng 'Q 5' ' ' fbi. A. Maki M. Malinoski 95-1 .f 3' -V f . .ij lu .ffqgug ' . - .at :K f Q Uv . if ' if 1 1. R, Munkoski P. Marlon 'T ki it 5 .qv L' Z Os -'T gg -- Junior High Student Council 221- in My D. Marsiglia K. Mczurek E K 'H 'vw " Z , 1. mf' A .M-' ,X . . 4 ,aa T. Morrow R. Mulvaney S. Odell L. Oliver 'Agf a J Junior High Student Council Officers and Advisor fi D L A D. Owsinski C. Poiz lOl gf.: I we . . .M ww, 2 . . af' ,gi Il Magi. lm rw, 5 J m.. . .L 1' J of-if . v' l 5 ' Ev A Q S. Parmelee L. Patten J. Perkins P. Pietrusza S. Poorman T. Reen D. Reid 5-ZZ' ,Mg A. V , ...V:.. ' A Ax . 1 . '52 - N, . 1-. .M , J. Ringeka H. Robbins N. Sanders M. Schuler D. Schuiling B. Schwartz B. Shaffer D. Shay '14 M. Shay f 3 . . V' Y .5 7 j , 9 Q' Q 1+ J J. Smith J. Snook M G f , 1 . N EL, iw . . K , A4 5 A. Sherman J. Shippy T. Sieracki B. Simmons D. Skonieczny , Y : J wg .. i f ,gl U: 3' 5 S. fi! ,T jffqxfl' 1-fi , ' . ,. .-if' ' X. M, J- 5f1YdeI' K. Snyder C. Sproat C. Stamas M. Stauffer P . . if , W. fa. .1 If V -I Q! 1 J 5 X. Q 5... 'K 1 ' 'Q J S, Y . ',.-vs, - ' . A '- . . ' yi ff -- i . V ,Jin N ,i , 1, y B. Strickland R. Tann C. Terbeek S. Thiebout G. Tiff K. VanAn1werpen B. VanDyke . ' A: - ,rx , In V. .. z 'A I . i .- ' nfs. 1.562 K f k yi . J eir. J V. f - , yrie . J 'Q ,W . .... 1 .zg S gy- J, J D. VanHuisen D. Vincent N. Walcott L. Weih Welich esaw r rlii - f . f - - i J -Q I r . . ,365 y W .,y-, is . llq ,...., ..,. .V if X , J X 11. 75 .- ,VAYZ ,. J ' jf l y ' is 5 . so ..,. S ' is S ik Ji Q15 71.5 , J Q Niii: E 6 ,W I- . A A L' , J "Yr, 'A ff. - 4 -'. f 4 ,s . wr ..,' ' 3 4' l" ' 1 S . . -' 1 . I - 1 ,291 D. Wiest A.WiIford B.WilIiams J. Wilson 102 B. Woods R. Youngs J. Zwarensteyn Sorry -- We're out of change l ' -- - - f-- .M fu- mv - H.-5: . r, ,I ., , Publicity Helps Feel that BEAT!!! , 1- ,Q L. 2 'Siu 1 -V vs. me . 4 v ,iv 4? ,X 1 . -' 4 i : . , 0. . Q. 4 5 s Q 6 'X I U ' K C. Anderson R. Apsey M. Atwater C. Bunosiak B. Belk P. Belk C. Bidgood 'YY' ,Q-Q, . ...C T. Bloszuk J. Bodo R. Bode L. Bolier H. Bowers R. Brew J. Brown -- K we , , 3 ' ' ' A ." .. J ,.. A 'x A A C f 11 tie... . gg - if . E C 2 4 Y ' . If il" f . , J. Bulthcis E. Chase W. Clemenshow H. Cole R. Covell J. Daniels D. DeFrcng Ninth Grade G. Dyksterhouse M. Dempsey A. Dronlcers L. Dyer . - :EN AF 1 . XJ 'iliijrv .,,. A , F 1 -N J f , Y .. Q fsrrwzv ZW n V -' E . - W, 'L ' ' wk? J' ' K S. Fletcher M. Flory G. Garner Geigle C. Foster C. Flowers . sly.. ,.,b. dlwnx 1 'SJ' N D. Geske R. Geske i04 3' xfp 7' W. Dzierbowicz J. Fletcher K. Fletcher X, 1' I Q 'K 5 . iff' J. Fowler T. French A. Gorbowitz t, S. Gingrich A. Gonzales F. Gonzales 5 1 ?"r'?2'5:Lf 4 , 0 , V V . ,. ., ..,,. . . . . ,l, .V V ,.,,,, if 3 Q Q -in wg A ,zz X Q L wi. 5. Ag Q i , x K S l X.. N1 V it fi fs- i Wk R f ..-f f'?. S'?fli3f':ii!"' B H P. Green S. Greenbauer S. Grodus D. Gunneson L. H099e"fY M' Hone' ' anson V. - u,.4g5,,,v,',3 , x .A P A VV, X 'Q 1 ,W x g , 1 In Q .Q , + 1: W - W , " 2 I .1-' 3 . . A K .4 Nm 1 A, 4 . A W E. Y 'L J K ' I Q 1 lg R. Hanson D. Harris T. Hartigh S. Hawkins G. Holcomb T. Hess E. Hunkc I .V V N 1 K . K . , W ii V, Q?" f' 4. V- ., , . V. ji i, , '- S5243 1. f ,,.. - ' We - if W V ef' -T - 3 . 3 if i '- P 4- .... V - A -. . 1 .. we .W 'T 4 . J K 2 ix . 5 T , nw. - " M TL ..V,1 I . W . g In Q' ff o .f-vf. L. Johnson M. Jones ,..f ,J ma. if . , . f' , A. X 2' f. f' , if . M. Kolinowski T. Keogimc .xii rua C. Larson R. Lechanski . "": Y T gg , .L AL., S. Leech M. Levondowski VeffT1Ofe P. Joworoski S. Klein E. Klimek J. Kilbourne K. Kowulczyk S. Krause R. Klemeks B. Kossen 'iii -"o .3 Q .. -. 'X' 'Q - K 5 I V .. Q . 'QW X... y ' if L. 4. P' . T f C. Lcncioni P. Larison Just Try To leave The cafeteria without any sliversl 105 jew' ... , Z . , W Wh 1 fjif A K. Longoria J. Love N- l-OYB l-- l-Ulhe' Q , 1 QQ' :fQ'f K I f T i 'K jig , ' 9 5 l 'RTP Z? ...tj . -S! fr, ,L?,kk I 'E .X ' ff , i A A , ' f l S' ' 'P " Lo Marion N. Martini S. Mathews T. Mathews ' .-' ,. , - J . 'A ' i.oi' T' i LM. 4 A .. . Fl L , , Q? 125 ,V,, J- , . N I , .V ii "w.,. - ' .IIE 'c , f D. McKivitz S. Mead R. Mesery J. Mishler an P' '. . ..4lf""' - -an ! , . .Jw . C. MacFarlane F. McDaniel i s , ..., ,.,- T. Moore T. Newh ouse S. Norburg N. Nylander S. Orlowski B. Ogren ??'- 'ee 3 WJ' 1- Q Q. at .Si G. Parcher K. Potapa P. Powell D. Proctor B. Pullen Q . P. Maguire S. MacKellar McFarland B. McLain M. Morton lair' .N t J R. Paiz 5 , .,... , MQ' 4 'X I P. Pyle L. Reed J. Renfroe L, Riewalcl R. Ringleka R. Riolo D. Rocha 4' .ff 7' . ei . 'Q . . U ..,7 ,z . ' :is ., "' Ui we . V ., J. , , t+w?. . ..t Vf:'h. 5. ...Qp. ..,. X if f"' 641 .f I 5 .5 Q jg, ,..... . . , J I S. SanMiguel L. Schmidt D. Scoby S. Schmuck R. Schneider D. Schubert 106 P. Mosher fe , Papl-ce ,. .,,, ..w I .- .4 K 9' -- '- ,cw K. Raclimak ' 1' 'M " ..- L. if t' 'v 'N C. Root um ,N N- 1 . 9 s al XS J. Schubert We . . jf? 2 ... .V ,W.w , , ' ' L 5:1 fl- 3 . A 'V j l j- . ' f fi . 4, , V. ...L . nw. .4 5 .JM 'V VA, ,O ' N xr 1 Q - W' " J' 4 sf, 11:25 4' , ' " I. 'N Q ' I b J . s W 4- J J A , Q J i f - . V Vmik ,Z . M. Schudera J. Schwartz J. Sears D. Shay D. Shelton .ff R. Sims S. Skonieczny ' K fri' . ,ffl R. Suidinski D. Suncl ,Q . L. VanderMeulen X F 2-3 '-33 Q M. Verburg J' S' ln V. 054, B. Vansweden L: ' Q-J j, 3 X ' -si' 0' 'll D. Voss K in 555. f J ji? IMA C. Waters J. Weemhoff .. 2 .' VVAA 4, ' X ,jr !?1-HNYYJ' r 'v-" -.',' v R' l S. Wert D. Wiest rf" :F Sv. ' 1 7, . is 'Q . G. Stauffer P. Stauffer N. Stefans , .4 .gf gt aw, .V nf! LJ L. Sheneman M. Shields P. Stephens L. Stokoe N . A , lzl- I G 4 V gi? :-, 'A A .V S5 it if -f l' 1 A K 'al I .A i AZ: i i, li . A . . J 6- , A 1' ? K ,K - f V kilgi, 1 S. Suttorp E. Taylor K. Tenelshof D. Tiff K. VanderLaan 5. if-J Junior High Chorus Student Council in action l07 1 Q T il N WP xf,Ej D35 Q'- D sie if QQ la V li- if lf!! E,fg,dv.7-Q0 56:7 ,607 ,-4 ., AVA ! N 'Q G S we e ? f N - f Q l R. Wilbur . Williams . Williams P. Wilson J. Winn R, Wheeler s.?i.if"' 5rgi e n ' Jeff 'Q .R .V ., A .Zu Q.-5-M l ' ' I J J r fi v e lill in W 2 . 'ie LNB l .'r'R":5EF? - ' D, Whife W. Wolosecky S. Woods J. Zamiara f,, X x ,I N. Zeman J. Vanzweden is Q ,Nl Junior High Student Council Makes Posters for Y .el Q 5 NZ 3 S .5 sf FSS . . is 2, Q 125 5 QW Ti fl 1? iisi Q25 Q3 , .2 Q rr E E3 Ninth Grade Cheerleaders X f 3? 4 L1 f- in Q Q? 2 ' Que Q, X lb Q Ovfyw 1 ll 'XX 3 A 108 xy Dance. 'X-Zfiif' Ambute L. Anderson P. Apkarian T. Ardrey S. Armstrong D. Adams G. Ambrose D. . M. Arsulowicz J. Ash A. Atwater J. Bacon J. Bailey L. Baird C. Baker N .3 .El A W 'gun .. - f J Ma, -- ...--M 55+ R ., S. R. Baker M. Boll B. Bartrand K. Bates K. Bayink J. Beaver L. Bechtel Sophomores ' . .LJLJ A - ff N... - Ie Q K 'N 'A T nh fs- " J 1 M M 5' X " .531 l... r V is ,. L P' -. . f -I J. Behrens R. Beighley E. Belcher L. Benit C. Blaszok R. Blaszak D. Bockheim 122, 1 Qrqifw , , fs? . . A -.. .,,., .V - A Q L., - e " B . . J ss l r 1- J .L - W- rf ' fre " l"l' A f '1:- ,. M. r""" '--' I 5 r"'- l V imma Q, r M .T N fl .' ' -' 'Q' 'F 9 ' Ai V. 92' - t--.-- All -..v 'Z . ,. K . f -V 2 S .1 3 8. - . 1' f J I -Q: 'V :V ' Q Q ,......, . .,. ,A . , .V . . - A M. Boersma E. Boogard R. Boon J. Boonstra J. Bork J. Bos V. Bosowski l ' xx i j . X as Q3 'F M T G Q .ft X fa v' . ' , . .., , 3 A f . , " ' ' QX4'i"gC2 1 ll ez , .fr . .f+Eg.g,g.5,h - '- ff " gm, , K Q v .sf N . 'A L. Botwinski B. Bower J. Bowers K. Bowers D. Brown P. Brown H. Bruining 109 . ,,,,, ..,,... V. if - X5 J me 2 ' WS' i A5 a. gag .an 4, Qs in Q' , , .. ... Hi VJ D. Adams G. Ambrose D. Ambute L. Anderson P. Apkarian T. Ardrey S. Armstrong .4 YD M. Arsulowicz J. Ash A. Atwater J. Bacon J. Bailey L, Baird C. Baker N... ...M K . - .2 y ,git gif A 5 3 Nw 5. . mp- .X t. 5 ' im. 2 .If . ,i px - 'A 1.5. 5 . 'wry K gii ,... M2 " 5 ms. Boker "'. M. Ball B. Barfrand K. Bates K. Bayink ,XX J. Beaver B, Bechfel , X, L X191 -M7 is ff- . Lxlvr '.": DX 'V X' Xxx W' Q-, 'J . C21 , ,X X ' 'g, . '-X XZ. ,Fa w yu... .gf - X X' . , .-15.7. nrxxsjgx A -, , ' . X -1 X Q I Sollhomores .- -if XQ5? . f " . 7.2 ...Q . - rf A J' we - ' 21- A A .S J- Behrens R- Beighley E. Belcher L. Benif C. Blaszak R. Blaszqk D. Bockhesm 4 ' 3- .. -. F Y. I -x J fb.. -lm .2 gifs -E .. M. z J M. Boersma E. Boogard R. Boon "" 13' . ff . . 'SH 51, . . ff f x -is-.152 . . . ,r 22.1.3 ,--,, :,5:,1L'.f!3l I: L. Botwinski B. Bower J. Bowers .. .. iii? 1 itz . .. . W ..- .E fl -V-A -K W. . .. . QW N S .Q an Q. 40- . erm . ... . 3 . I5 Y V 9 ..f . Boonsfra J. Bork '11 . 4- " A W ' , ,, ' a' - N "if .... - ig . N, .gif iii? -A ' ' -3: 5 '- . iflwvw 2 5 ' 1 . K. Bowers D. Brown HO fy af 'f .. 11?'.. ... f ,. . . . ig... QF as 3' if R ' Q J J. Bos V. Bosowski P. Brown H. Bruining my S. Brunick . ..A4'f?'?. . ...E ,uzk u Vi. , , ' 'f I ,kk N Qn. If 'fi . 1, V V, K5 .5 yr 5 : 1 f-"' G. Buck M. Buckley P. Burrows W. Buttermore S. Calvenaugh C. Campbell L. Carter T. Caughey L. Centers A. Cepaitis J. Cizauskas L ,. D. Empie P. Carlson C. Carpenter . J- N A ... 6 . - J-.Q , A . ' l 1' Y. :'- '- PM in W' lt' .ge T 2 T .:- -, A ..,,. lllll T 'gk h .. .V . is . , ku .Q X , . my Z L .f l lll . ' is I f .. iff! A . L. Cizauskas D. Chambers P. Clemenshaw M. Cole E. Combs D. Conser D. Cooper y lwr I ,. kkl' In 1 , . K l . T' " " ,QM I an Vg ,,. J ik XV .,... I: 4 : V.. A-A N K A . f Q , .. L VM--Y I y ti., at . I Y y A ,,o 1 D. Corbett L. Corbett D. Cowdin P. Cudworth A. Dallke B. Davidson C. Davis i .x ' 'rv B. Decker C. DeGroot T. Densmore S. DeVos D. DeVowe A. Dewey P. DeWys l rl J T asf y 4 . 'F' K Ai: ,z H A N . :MX ki In . ., ,KR .K qjq 4 - Q 't -fl! "': 5 W , In ,. .. . . .lg if lf .. . U ' AF.: ESQ? : . J: .f F55 P 9 Q , ' VN B. DeYoung J. Dobrygoski A. Dodyk J. Domasik R. Donley P. Douglas J. Drasiewski m 4 J 1 My .-.Q ' . . ffl 1 1 U L 1 A -A FM . ,. ..--1+ ' ,. ff' , 5 ,M N ' ' D. 'fi ' ,-- - . .g w ' xl is -- r A 3 K.. . :" -f ' .vii W Z, K H mf. .. yi, 3 H I 'N i 2 N.. :wi L. Dreyer D. Dyer T. Dykstra M. Ekland J. Ellman lll P. English J. Ensley 535 rg .,4f'Wl'f J. Eshenour K. Esther K 4'5,i.22f"SAgT .. ii I . 3 J. Evert W. Feensfra G. Fisher l.. Fleeger ., va 'fs .v .K irk 1. , l. lsabelle S. Getzen .Q 1 X y x K C. Graboskey C. Graham Sophomore Cheerleaders: Marlene Brenner, Pat Powell, Linda An- derson, Hedy Latham, Pam Oumedian, and Cindy Makarewifcz. ,J Mi " ' K i s , W- 'F' '1' lg l if 4 Y I I i . f 5 . H P. Fletcher J. Ford R. French P. Fuday E, Gqlvgr, as . Af i . A. rf , A , '.,, ii . J J 1 " J T.Gill S. Gillefe M. Gilman- E. Golembeski B. Goudzward G. Graham D. Gressler L. Gringhuis J. Haadsma P. Hafer P. Hcisma T. Hanson J. Harberts R. Hartuniewicz S. Harwood M. Hayden B. l'le0I"fl1 N, mi ' was 'WW J SQ K. , 3 .ai ap. . J J' U2 K. Johnson ' 2 vs, Q. e K' N 'L .rf , . -. i 1 ' . k L' ' . f - I , 5 J " if' . 5 . ... l- fr -J for ,, J ' '-,- - - . 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Johnson .ff . t-vp, W' , .-,J ffs Q 4 141, 42-.. T. Kelley T. Johnson J. Jones D. Jonusas T. Kasprowicz iv . - . -f.-' ez... - , .. Twjgiggs . .-. -l... 'M' ' , .. ' ' "'5X?Z?f: ' '. 5 Ii' . ffl. , "1 1' , ' rf . KW . -- - . M Egg' 3.5 1. JV E. Knight Y.Kr1l9h" i f ' M... k Q. 'ihdk in l. . K 1 H f .sr 5.1 .35 4' 1 - A S.. f 5 - fi.. f ' .-C'151""If". 'F-5.-i' -3 "f..f,r- ., .- faiwff- -- .lf ff ,li .g v - , - N .., sl.. . 'Sw' B. Klein R. Klemeks M. Kershner R. Kluiier " MGE " VK i may, fi , .A P Kolehouse Kopnowski J. Koster f f .was -is 1-"W . A' J ...QQ .3 g f .4 E . , ,a'3.f,-f. 5- AL., Vxxif 7:1545 . or orabel B. Larson R. Krause J. Kretowicz L. Kwiatkowski D. L C 1. . f'. fl R. Leoch S. Lee C. Lehman D. Licari C. Llnemufh H3 Li n N, -- . x., .- ffm is h 'Q 1. C: v,Q, S W ... , .f ff me .,M ww we - ia., H 3112 . . 59 'if ef E . m'2i' Sk., . D. Lipinski L. Logan ,i,, ' + i' , i ii i H I fc ,f-- - . 2, g L, mms l .wH5 L. Luma J. Lyons l .4 ,ww ,:' 0 f' 'E S Pi 4 l J d M iY" 5. If x L. Lubenow . Ludwig J. Longstreef R. Lovell C. Loye 5, .335 K. MacViHie S- M0Flr1i J. Maricle -- . U , J. Mead D. Meeker -A'f f .'- g 2 .az --:" - Q VL,k A ,.i KX , R. Moore D. Moreeau S. Moreau S, Mraz K V,m.L . ...fr V I ' E 1 . I ... . "' 4 'ii' M. Nowak B. Obney K My PM 4 X 2 vs. 'S A-JA '? gg . C. Marsh ! : B. Meenclering 1 ' 1? W 3 it S QQ ij pk gf, .. ...il 12- .. . yy ..l J o C. Makarewicz S. Makowski M. Maloney R. Mdrlkoski lv! 3 s 4 ab, g , .fm 2 V 2 J f ' 5. , f E . e 2 J, MY,q lfw WW! .A J. Mason C. Mathews S. Mazurek G. McAllister L lf: A M ? Lk, gaff 24.5 V. ii J ' .H ' if ' J ' A 'Y , . M. Meyer J. Mieras C. Miller J. Moore Sophomore Class Officers: Left To right, Pam Oumeclian, Cherrie Steinbrecker, Tom Oumeclian, and Marilyn Nowak. ' 114 has fi' .fx sf Q' " 1-3? , 9 ..i L. Oslund T. Oumedian P. Oumedian Q .,kL, M. Overbeek G. , ef. Nlrmmttflf Q ' in l P, Paton E. Paxton J. Perkins . , . -wif Q .X n f Q A 1 fy. T I V y... k k in l . zl, ,I , ,, S . i J. Phillips C. Plating L. Pohlacl Q li if ' ff 'vii' .21 sf 'fa W' Q, ,1 fix Paiz B. Page M. Palasek P T? .1,, V. . x f .J f i 5 f l - , . -- ff 'Q ,gg- K, kr! 5 ix Tig. . . K Q J ., 3. s ,. gg - .SPE -Q53 - B. Pfisher R. Pierce L. Pitsch D, Piffmcn nut xl :' 4' 1 T7 " . J r ' ea: ' P LLL f' P I :J , C. Polinski M. Poll B. Porritt T. POFTSI' J ' :A M .sd V 314 211 . - 1 ' 34 5 Q .. , . . , E P. Powell K. Price L. Quiley J. Radimak K. Radimak B. Raphall J. Reed .3 g if 192' 1 ' D. Reetz J. Reichard , Sophomore Boaral: Top to bottom, Mike Boone, Wayne Buttermore, Jan Bos, lsa- ' ' belle Gamble, Marlene Brenner, Debbie DuVowe, Pat Powell, Joyce Mason, Pam l . i f il Q if B. Rich B. R ichter - ll"k..f 1' a. V g 4 I .9 'G' .5 , . 4 ' Q, Paton, and Kathy Marsh. A. Rocha R. Rodgers H5 ,.- tn. S-X in f y . ' " i . - .. , ylftvfwii 1 H I ' - -A a ' H . 1 ' qi" " W " ,: I 'Q' I ' 'fx an . Q gy? X tv , wg' r X J ,,, S - ,W 4 F . 'F if Y f av . f J . . ,J it Y R, Roede M, Rogers G, Rolf D. Rosekopf P. Rozunski B. Rudnik D. Rumen B. Runnells G. Runnels F. Rutko T. Rutka A. Sour if Q31 ' 'ix . . 5 fy i mL,L m. Y M h J Q uf i f F. , A114 'E P. Schmidt J. Schmitt K. Scott S. Schroeder S. Schwonder F. Shepherd I--., ' . A 3 A. A QT: Kik, :.,k ji " ' Lf.- ' . .dr f' ..J.. . ""ff A W Ji r 4, J . S. Sherwin D. Sherwood I. Silins G. Sironen J. Smedley F. Smith S . if Sy.3'f ' D M. sffmh jfnvx In W 'F - Q ' 7 u E. Spicer ...ff- 5 ' '- - ,, .Q Q 1 fs. ' Q., r Epidemic hits study haIl!??! in Q D. Stehouwer H6 ,I .riih v KT 'K' " cw JB A, if gi! M of . . . Ruggiero J. Schichtei 1 -19" U M. , 1 .--- iff!! D. Sherman Y 'i by n P J. Smith -fu J. A ff ,J 5 ' 3. .KX R. Snook Stu uffer . Q I C. Steinbrecker ' - f, , 4, 'Mx . ' f , . H5531 . . , . ,,. Tri ' .. 7 1-1 ' .1 . ' ' ,r , .rg L . .Q ,f .. .1 my eeiie. B. Steiner W. Steiner J. Stellma Qi. 1,:1 ' V 'ar F fx' A,.L 1 53 7' Q. , 1 1 9' A. Stuart S. Sueadas J. Sullivan Terkeursf T. TerMeer ' K. Telzerow E 43 S 'YK S. Thompson V. 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Dimick 1 L . -' H ' -K f E -' , Z .1 , . if , . - HR. Q L f' , .1 .- wa., X . H5 - .5531 ' .. , . . 'Fir -11, . rf K , gi f f : .. . 5 -ag, ., . V- 1-ri, - . , : . 3' , ,. f-4:3 - f.'Zf2fL'ig7. . f w, f' 22 Ei ii' if x 1 Q 1.3 ti' if 1 5 , I , .. . f, :Hu sf?" Q, iffy M I U L N. Dingman G. Dochod D. Douma D. Dummer D. Dykstra B. Eastway J. Echtinaw I 1.5 - - f.,' W i: bv.. K ".- 7 Q i C I Wgg i A I A :,, C 1 N T. Elenbaqs M, Ellioff K, Ellis R. Elvey B. Emelonder E. Everse J. Faber 120 . . Q.. gr.-zz - ' 2, l.. Fishner J. Fisk J. Flaw F. Folk J. Foltice B. Ford P. Ford . 7 ,mg e . , V .fi " ' X ki 2 av Lv , f ,,':. rr' . f t L f Lk k, ,, 1 , . , . . A . 4 1 I 'ig Q if 3 D. Fox J. Fox G. Francis R. Friedrich B. Fuday P. Geluso M. Gerrneraad .. .1 A yA ga , J. 1 eK w,wK"3T.j V 5 K A ' ' , t . , 5" K, ia? . K W J vi Q .. i Q KVIV, K M T W K . 2 J 6975. 4 A 1 . f 2 Q R. Geysbeek S. Glass K. Glowzynski F. Godlewski S. Goldner B. Goodwin B. Graham Q-. . X V i K. Graham K. Gunneson S. 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GLENN VAN WOERKOM LINDA VARGO JAMES VENEKLASEN I47 GARY WANAMAKER JACQUELYN WARD ROBERT WASSENAAR ROGER WEBER CAROL WESTVEER DANIEL WILCOX HUGH WILLIAMS RODNEY WILLIAMS RONALD WILLIAMS BONNIE VEREECKEN CAROL VERHEEK DANIEL VIDRO JANE VIDRO JOYCE WAGNER JAMES WALKER RUDY WITTEVEEN HARRY WOMBLE THOMAS WORD BEVERLY WRIGHT MARCIA WYNSMA WILLIAM ZAIDEL fr' 'Sf' 4"fT.L'P 'ITN J' 4.11 EDNA ZANK THOMAS ZEIMYS CASSIE ZEMAN DIANE ZIMMERMAN MARILYN ZOET JOSEPH ZOPPA LODEWYK ZWARENSTEYN KAY DEVORMER ACHTYES, SHARON - 1007 Eleventh N.W. Y.F.C. 3,45 Commercial Club 3,4. ADAMS, SUSAN - 1811 Fremont N.W. Student Council 2,35 Pep Club 3,45 Commercial 3. ALFLEN, MICHAEL - 334 Scott Ave. N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,35 Key Club 2,35 Stage Crew 3. ALTENA, MARVIN - 1524 Powers N.W. ALTENA, RONALD - 1524 Powers N.W. Football 2. ANDERSON, DOUGLAS - 621 Oakhurst Senior Class President5 Varsity Club 3,45 Soph- omore Class Board. ANTVELINK, DELORES - 1030 Brownwood N.W. Pep Club 3,45 Frollies 35 Aurora 4. ARSULOWICZ, JULIE - 944 Brownwood N.W. AVERILL, SANDRA - 3020 Leonard N.W. BAAR, KATHLEEN - 839 Tamarack N.W. Pep Club 3,45 Student Council. BAAS, CONNIE - 1025 Brownwood N.W. BACON, JUDITH - 1024 Hamilton N.W. G.U.C. 25 Attendance Ottice 3,4. BAKER, NINA - 1011 Lincoln N.W. Student Council 45 Herald Stott 45 Pep Club 3. BAMBULLIS, KARIN - 1124 Hamilton N.W. BARAGER, JOSEPH - 1432 Escott N.W. BARTEN, BRUCE - 209 Glenhaven N.W. Wrestling 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Jets Club 3,4. BARTNICK, RICHARD - 2566 Day N.W. BARTRUM, CLIFFORD - 118 Winter N.W. BEIMERS, CHARLES - 3137 Tenth St. N.W. Swimming Team 3,45 Honor Society 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3. BELCHER, CAROLE - 200 Straight BELK, BERT - 235 Straight S.W. DIRECTORY BENIT, DWAYNE - 1330 Webster N.W. BENTALL, BERNARD - 1327 Arianna N.W. BERLES, RICHARD - 903 Turner N.W. R.O.T.C. 2. BILSKI, JACQUELINE - 464 Second N.W. Glee Club 45 Debate 45 Aurora Stott 4. BOORSMA, PATSY - 824 Eleventh St. N.W. BOREK, THOMAS - 733 Fourth St. N.W. BOS, MARLENE - 1006 White N.W. Student Council 45 Frollies 3,45 Choir 1,2. BOSOWSKI, GEORGE - 1136 Sibley N.W. BOUKMA, KARL - 822 Brownwood N.W. Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,4. BOUWENS, JOHN - 925 Lake Michigan Drive Football 1,2,4, Track 1,2,3,45 Honor Society. BOUWENS, THOMAS - 2434 Miller Ave. N.W. Golf 2,3,45 Sr. Band 2,3,45 Varsity Club 4. BRADFORD, JACK - 962 Van Buren N.W. BREWER, DAVE - 647 Maridell N.W. BROWN, JEANNE - 1424 Escott N.W. BUCHANAN, DAVID - 1137 Edison N.W. BULLOCK, LEON - 2255 Gaynor N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4. BURNETT, KAREN - 1450 Valley Ave. N.W. BUTTERMORE, CARL - 818 Charlotte N.W. Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4 lco-capt.l5 Senior Class Vice President. CAMPBELL, RICHARD - 1825 Oakleigh Rd. N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Golf 2,3. CARLSON, SHARON - 1125 Sibley St. N.W. Cheerleading 1,2,45 Class Board 1,25 Frollies 1,3. CARROLL, CANDACE - 2134 Hamstead Dr. N.W. CHAPIN, GARY - 929 Barbara N.W. Senior Band 1,2,3,4. CHASE, NANCY - 1554 Bridge N.W. CHICKLON, PAUL - 830 Sylvia N.W. Varsity Club 45 Baseball 3,45 Basketball 2. CHIPMAN, PATRICIA - 1238 Walker Ave. N.W. Homecoming Court5 Class Sweetheart 3. CLARK, COLLEEN - 1227 Third St. N.W. Comstock Park High School 2,35 Pep Club 4, National Honor Society. COOPER, PATRICK - 843 Covell Rd. N.W. Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Frollies 2,3,4. COTTON, SANDRA - 226 Tremont N.W. COULTER, DALE - 111 Deloney R.O.T.C. 2,3,45 Movie Club 2,3,4. COVELL, RICHARD - 919 Valley N.W. Football 2,3,45 Varsity 3,4. CRISKE, JOAN - 2710 Lake Michigan Drive N.W. CUSON, DENNIS - 563 Ferris N.W. Track 2,3,45 Football 2,35 Frollies 2,3,4. DANIELS, ARTHUR - 938 Fifth St. N.W. D'ARCHANGEL, BONNIE -1601LakeMichigan Dr. Class Board 2,35 Honor Society 45 Pep Club 3,4. DAWSON, ARLENE - 37 Oswego N.W. A-Capella Choir45 Pep Club 45 Campus Forum 4. DE BOER, DALE - 1506 Laughlin Dr. N.W. Baseball 2,3,4. DE BOER, DELORES - 1105 Second N.W. Y.F.C. 2,35 Senior Band1,2,3,45 Frollies 4. DECKER, DONNA - 417 Webster N.W. DE ERING, FREDERICK - 659 Powers N.W. DE FOUW, LARRY - 1343 Myrtle N.W. Wrestling 2. DE HAAN, PATRICIA - 1535 Winslow St. N.W. Choir 2,3,45 Frollies 25 Forensics 2,3. DE KORTE, MARIANNE - 816 Norbert St. N.W. Pep Club 35 Frollies 4. DEMORAY, WILLIAM - 956 Garfield N.W. Key Club International 2,3,4. DEMPSEY, CHARLES - 868 Crosby N.W. Wrestling 3,4. DE VRIES, KATHLEEN - 1525 Jeannette N.W. Honor Society 3,45 Aurora 45 Pep Club 3,4. DEWEY, LESTER - 1315 Turner N.W. ' DE WITT, SHARON - 749 Oakhurst. N.W. DOOR, TERRY - 1926 Lake Michigan Drive DUMMER, GENE - 854 Maynard N.W. DYER, JOYCE - 1022 Third St. N.W. EDELHOFF, CHRISTA - 2137 L anco Dr. N.W. Student Council 45 Pep Club 4. EKLUND, .IANICE - 1942 Richmond N.W. Pep Club 3,45 Herald Staff 4. ELLISON, STEPHEN - 2347 Powers N.W. ENGELSMAN, CAROL - 4657 Remembrance Rd.N.W ENSLEY, DONNA - 1109 Fulton N.W. EVANZO, MARY - 934 Cogswell N.W. Pep Club 35 Frollies 3. FAHLEN, KRIS - 1601 Lake Michigan Drive N.W. FEIST, RICHARD - 6 E. Leonard N.W. Choir 1,2,3. FERGUSON, DOLORES - 645 Ferris St. N.W. Y.F.C. 2,35 Choir 4. FERGUSON, GARY - 1140 Fremont N.W. FINGLETON, DON - 718 Fremont N.W. FLEET, MARSHA - 1616 Sixth N.W. Cheerleading 2,45 Class Board 35 Athletic Secre tary 3,4. FLETCHER, PATRICIA - 645 Watson N.W. FLYNN, MICHAEL - 437 Barber N.W. FOL TICE, JEROME - 857 Dayton S.W. Varsity Club 3,4, Treas. 45 Baseball 2,3,45 Foot- ball 2,3,4. FRANCIS, DAVID - 1249 Valley Ave. N.W. Band 3,45 R.O.T.C. 3,45 Swimming Team 2. FRIEBERG,MARI - 1330 McReynolds N.W. Girl's Glee Club 2,4. FRIEBERG, TERRY - 536 Fairfield N.W. Key Club 2,3. FRIEDMAN, SHERRILL - 2447 Hillside Dr.N.W. GALE, DAN - 1315 Morgan N.W. GEDRIS, MICHELE - 859 W. Leonard GENAUTIS, GERALD - 1248 Broadway N.W. GEPHART, MARY - 2428 Seventh St. N.W. Glee Club 15 Y.F.C. 2. GESKE, SUSAN - 510 Shawmut Blvd. N.W. Aurora 4. GILL, H. JAMES - 940 Van Ess Golf 2,35 Basketball 2,3,4. GILLAND, DANIEL - 1208 Valley N.W. GOETZEL, BARBARA - 825 Crosby N.W. Band 2,35 Orchestra 2. GORNEY, JAMES - 2600 Hufford N.W. GRAHAM, PATRICIA - 618 Beaumont Dr. N.W. GRESSLER, GARY - 1727 Lenore Terrace Basketball 1,2,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Aurora Staff4. GRINGHUIS, WILLIAM - 224 MardeIl'Pl. S.W. GROCHOWALSKI, KATHRYN - 1616 Fremont N.W. GUSTINIS, GARRY - 1506 Hamilton N.W. Baseball 3,45 Football 25 Varsity Club 4. GUSTINIS, MARY - 1012 Broadway N.W. HADWIN, JAMES - 2676 Alpine N.W. HAGGERTY, JAMES - 149 Gold N.W. Football 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,4. HAMMINK, ELAINE - 269 Valley Ave. S.W. HANSEN, JANICE - 1026 Collindale N.W. Pep Club 45 Herald 45 Dramatics 4. HARTIGH, CRAIG - 630 Oakleigh N.W. Latin Club 25 Wrestling 25 Golf Team 2,3,4. HARTUNIEWICZ, KAREN - 322 Hogadone S.W. Dramatics 3,45 Future Teacher's Club 2. HAWL EY, LOU ANN E - 2500 LakeMichigan Drive Cheerleading 2,3,45 Frollies 2,35 Class Board 3,4. HAYNES, SHARON - 560 Pettibone HEARTH, EDWARD - 1052 California N.W. R.O.T.C.5 Varsity Club 3,45 Wrestling. HEATH, SUSAN - 1428 Whitmore N.W. Latin Club 35 Future Nurses Club 4. HEERINGA, JACK - 1363 Arianna N.W. HEIDENGA, GORDON - 1115 Myrtle N.W. Latin Club 2,3,45 Jet's Club 4. HENRY, DIANE - 2165 Birch Dr. N.W. Choir 2,3,45 Pep Club 4. HEY, ROBERT - 217 Mount Vernon HILLS, DANIEL - 124 National Football 15 Track 15 Frollies 3. HILTON, JANICE - 4544 Four Mile Road Senior Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Frollies 4. HIRTH, KENNETH - 316 Bradford N.E. Campus Forum5 Cross Country 1,2,3,4. HOEFFAKER, ROBERT - 1414 Plainfield N.E. HOOGERHYDE, DONALD - 1547 Valley N.W. HOWARTH, DANIEL - 1104 Elizabeth N.W. Football 25 Track 3,45 Basketball 2. HURST, DENIS - 1200 Jackson N.W. Band 2,3,45 R.O.T.C. 2,3. HYDORN, DONNA - 500 Oakhurst N.W. Band 2,35 Frollies 3. IRWIN, ELIZABETH - 2160 Richmond N.W. Class Board 45 Aurora 3,45 Frollies Student Di rector 4. JACHIM, PATRICK - 448 Charlotte N.W. Wrestling 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Cross Country 4 JAKUBIELSKI, SUSAN - 953 Frederick N.W. JASAITIS, DENNIS - 1337 Muskegon N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4. JELUSO, PHILLIP - 1417 Muskegon N.W. Football 1. JEWELL, NANCY - 1629 Bristol Ave. N.W. JOHNSON, SANDY - 575 Ferris N.W. JOHNSTON5 SHARON - 1153 Hiaeshutter Place Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee5 Frollies 4. JON ES, BARBARA - 2730 Leonard JONES, CHERIE - 760 Lincoln N.W. Choir 3,4, Glee Club 2,4, Pep Club 3,4. JONES, YVONNE - 725 Fremont N.W. Choir 4, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 4. KARELSE, RONALD - 1241 Lookout Drive N.W. Debate 2, Safety Council 2,3,4. KIEL, ANTHONY - 1205 Derby Drive N.W. Student Council 2, Basketball 2. KING, CRAIG - 1041 Parmalee N.W. R.O.T.C. 2, Frollies 2,3,4. KLEIN, ROBERT - 335 Edison Dr. N.W. Wrestling 2,3. KLOOSTERMAN, SHARON - 840 Arianna N.W. KLOOSTRA, BONNIE - 814 Harding N.W. Aurora 4, Class Board 3, Frollies 3. KNIFF, JUDY - 2219 Lanco Drive N.W. Pep Club 3,4, Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, Aurora Staff 4. KNIFF, THOMAS - 2219 Lanco Drive N.W. KOENES, JUDIE - 1232 Davis N.W. Student Council 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Choir 2,3,4. KOLEHOUSE, KATHLEEN - 1240 Leonard N.W. Glee Club 2,3,4. KOLLNOT, THOMAS - 900 Dorothy N.W. R.O.T.C. 2, Band 2. KROPF, BEVERLY - 1017 Courtney N.W. Commercial Club 3. KUITERT, GARY - 821 Ninth St. N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Orchestra 3,4, Band 2,3,4. KURHAJEC, LARRY - 821 Butterworth N.W. KUTT, JEANNETTE - 1631 Fourth St. N.W. Frollies 2,3,4, Class Board 2,3,4, Honor So- ciety 3,4. KWAST, ALAN - 1150 Lincoln N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Commercial Club 4. LACKUS, JANE - 1425 Hamilton N.W. Pep Club 3,4, Commercial Club 3. LANDON, MORGAN - 1547 Emerson N.W. Swimming 2,3,4, Key Club 4, R.O.T.C. 2,3,4. LARSON, LYNN - 631 Covell N.W. LEE, SANDRA - 1000 Garfield N.W. LE EDY, HAROLD - 1617 Lake Michigan Dr. N.W. Football2,3,4lcaptain 41, Class Board 4, Varsity Club 3,4 lVice Pres. 41. LENTZ, SUZANNE - 1708 Walker N.W. LINDHOLM, THOMAS - 836 Fairfield N.W. LINDHOUT, MARY - 2260 Seventh N.W. Frollies 2,3. LOBY, PHILLIP - 120 National N.W. Tennis 2,3,4, Varsity Club 4, Debate 4. LODA, NATALIE - 551 Eastern N.E. Girl's Track 2. LOMBARD, TIM - 623 Simpson Court N.W. R.O.T.C. 2, Choir 3,4, Wrestling 2. LOVELL, BILL - 915 Dayton S.W. LUCAS, JAMES - 1620 Richmond N.W. LUCASSE, JANICE - 2137 Lanco N.W. Class Treasurer 3, Pep Club 3,4, Student Council Treasurer 4. LUCE, MARSHA - 2700 Valley N.W. Pep Club 3,4. LUMAS, MICHAEL - 1500 Kenan N.W. LYON, LARRY - 1054 Sibley N.W. Football 2,3,4. MACVITTIE, JOHN - 515 Sixth N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4. MAKELA, RONALD - 1217 Parkhurst N.W. Track 2,3,4. MAKOWSKI, MARY BETH - 2140 Hamstead Dr. N.W. Homecoming Court, Pep Club 3, Cheerleading 2,3,4. MARSMAN, JOYCE - 2406 Day N.W. MARVIN, CHARLES - 1840 Preston N.W. MASLOWSKI, FRANK - 810 First N.W. Football 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4. MATHEWS, JAMES - 1912 Lynne Lane N.W. Student Council 1,2,3,4 lVice Pres. 41, Tennis 3,4, Pep Club 3,4. ' W i s s J The Seniors wish to dedicate their section of the Yearbook to Mr. Wallace "Wally" Norgrove. Mr. Nor- grove has been on the Union High taculty since l953, serving as advisor tor the Senior High Student Council, the Herald, Student Activities, and until this year ot the Senior Class. In appreciation for everything he has done for us we would also like to dedicate this poem: We miss you We do We know your new job ls better for you You help lots ot people To be better too But we miss you We do. 155 MATVICHUK, DIANN - 528 Charlotte N.W. Pep Club 3, MC CALMONT,JANETTE - 1523 Richmond N.W. MC CALMONT, JOAN - 1523 Richmond N.W. Spanish Club 35 Pep Club 3,4. MC COWAN, PATSY - 259 Ives N.W. Future Nurses 45 Glee Club 45 Y.F.C. 1. MC KIVITZ, DON - 932 Sibley MEADE, KERTHLYNNE - 1131 Lincoln MERCER, ALVIN - 620 Veto MERCER, GEORGE - 117 Lexington ME RVENNE, ROBERT - 820 Maynard N.W. Baseball 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Class Board 4. METZGAR, ROSEMARY - 628 Lamberton N.W. MIERAS, BOB - 1544 Pine N.W. R.O.T.C. 2,3,4. MILLER, BETTY - 621 Fairview N.E. Future Teachers 35 Y.F.C. 25 Art Club 2. MILLER, CRAIG - 554 Pine N.W. Football 2,35 Baseball 35 Camera Club 3. MILLER, MARILYN - 2046 Acton N.W. MILLER, ROGER - 748 Larkspur R.O.T.C. 2,3. MINK, ANN - 628 Crosby N.W. Future Nurses 2,35 Y.F.C. 2. MITCAVISH, JAMES - 1504 Kenan N.W. Basketball 2,3,4. MODYELESKI, ROMAN - 2509 Alpine N.W. MOERMOND, JILL - 839 Lincoln N.W. MOSKETTI, LADONNA - 512 Lexington N.W. Cheerleader 1,25 Choir 2,3,45 Frollies 3,4. MURPHY, NANCY - 1129 White N.W. Aurora 3,45 Dramatic 35 Herald Staff 4. MYERS, DAWN - 1525 Quarry N.W. Frollies 35 Honor Society 1,2,3,45 Class Board 4. NEWBERRY, JOHN - 1020 Roger Student Council 3,45 Pep Club 3,4. NIGGLE, AL - 1825 Lynne Lane O'DONNELL, TIMOTHY - 1024 Alpine OLESZCZUK, NENA - 2315 Lake Michigan Drive OLSON, LAILA - 44 Oswego O'NEIL, CAROLE - 563 Maynard PAAUWE, LEE - 1401 Garfield PALASEK, ROBERT - 116 Covell Rd. N.W. Wrestling 2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 Science Seminar 3,4. PALMER, GARY - 315 Bristol N.W. Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Track 2,3,4. PALMER, LEE - 343 Sunset PARKINS, PAULETTE - 2226 Hoyle PELKEY, ROBERT - 1459 Dunlap PELLERITO, VALENCIA - 4353 Chesterfield Bl. Homecoming Queen5 Pep Club 3,4. PERSCHBACHER, ROBERT - 1147 Fremont PETERSON, JAMES - ioio Barber Terrace PLAYTER, Bun - 1558 Laughlin Dr. N.W. Poi.L, EDWARD - 962 ceivefy PRINCE, Don - 838 Carpenter N.W. Frollies 25 Golf 2,3. RAISANEN, ROBERT - 1631 Richmond RASMUSSEN, SUSAN - 1614 Hanchett Commercial Club 3,4. REESE, LINDA - 127 Collindale S.W. REITMAN, MARJORIE - 1007 Jennette N.W. Y-Teens 25 Choir 2,3,4. REWA, JAMES - 833 Sylvia REYNOLDS, MARJORIE - 2206 Richmond N.W. Student Council 25 Pep Club 3,45 Commercial Club 2,3. RICHARDS, DOUG - 433 Sinclair St. N.E. R.O.T.C. 2,35 Debate 4. RIEWALD, BETH - 1023 Fremont N.W. National Honor Society 2,3 Itreas.1,4 Ipres.15 Aurora Staff 3,4 feditor15 Band and Orchestra 2,3,4. RIORDAN, PATRICIA -9-624 Lake Michigan Dr. Aurora Staff isalesl, Girls Glee. ROBERTS, .IANICE - 1128 Fremont N.W. Frollies 4. ROBINSON, JACQUELYN - 1317 Morgan ROCKS, LYNNE - 1555 Whitmore Ave. N.W. Student Council 3, Frollies 3. ROEDEMA, WES - 1157 Crosby N.W. ROETMAN, CAROLE - 1500 Seymour Ave. N.W. Choir 3,4, Pep Club 4, Future Nurses 2. ROKICKI, DARLENE - 623 Chatham N.W. Choir 4, Red Cross 2, Student Council 2. ROSS, JANE - 1017 Charlotte Ave. N.W. Band 2,3,4, Choir 4, Safety Council 2,3. ROSS, VERA - 3181 Richmond N.W. RUDNIK, RUTH - 1135 Sibley St. N.W. Honor Society 2,3,4, Frollies 2,3, Aurora 3,4. SANBORN, LINDA - 1037 Powers N.W. Choir 4. SANDEE, DANIEL - 1337 Muskegon SANDEE, TOM - 1337 Muskegon SCALABRINO, VINCENT - 46 Woodcrest Dr. N.W. Student Council 2, .I.E.T.S. 3,4. SCHAAP, RODGER - 409 Ferris SCHEIFLEY, VERDA - 304 Sunset N.W. Pep Club 3,4, Future Teachers 4. SCHENEMAN, NANCY - 1194 Griswold S.E. Pep Club 3,4, Herald Staff 4. SCHOLL, GARY - 1344 Broadway SCHULER, DONALD - 110 Indiana SCOTT, ANNE -1313 Hillcrest Aurora Staff 3,4. SHADA, SHARON - 2136 Godwin S.E. Glee Club 1,2, Future Nurses 1,3. SHETENHELM, KATHLEEN - 1432 Cayuga N.W. Lake City School, Cheerleading 2,3, School Paper 1,2, Secretary 2. SIEDLEKI, DENNIS - 605 Fremont SIETSEMA, ELAINE - 2077 Seventh St. N.W. Class Board 2, Pep Club 3,4, Aurora 4. SILVERNAIL, DOROTHY - 319 Lane SIMPSON, JAMES - 1050 .lennette N.W. Choir 3,4. SKELLY, LARRY - 155 Lyon N.E. SKUZENSKI, SHARON - 1332 Alpine N.W. SLATER, CATHERINE - 751 Larkspur N.W. Pep Club 3,4. SMELKER, DAVID - 839 Covell Rd. N.W. Bookstore 1,2,3,4, Band 2, Choir 2,3,4. SMITH, WANDA - 1032 Watson S.W. Pep Club 3,4, Class Board 2. SNAPP, PATRICIA - 827 Norbert N.W. Girls Glee 2,3, Choir 4. SPETH, WILLIAM - 332 Marion N.W. Band STANK, CHARLES - 1624 Bridge STAUFFER, RUTH - 908 Nagold N.W. STEINBRECHER, SHERRY - 901 Tamarack STELLINGWORTH, ROBERT - 1906 Leonard R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Aurora 3,4. STOUTEN, BILL - 1827 Lake Michigan Drive ST. PIERRE, WILLIAM - 1004 Jackson STRAUB, NANCY - 310 Corinne S.W. STUART, JAN - 1850 Gratiot N.W. Cheerleading 2,3,4, Senior Class Treasurer, Home coming Court. SUIDINSKI, CAROL - 859 W. Fulton Band 2, Future Teachers. SUND, RICHARD - 1501 Escott SUTTORP, CHARLENE - 1651 lra Ave. N.W. Choir 4, Pep Club 4. SUTTORP, PATRICIA - 2120 Gaynor SWANT EK, ROBERT - 1440 Escott N.W. Wrestling 2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Student Council 4. SWEENEY, PATRICIA - 1337 Davis Ave. N.W. SZYMANSKI, DELVERTA - 227k Michigan N.E. TAKUS, DIANE - 1312 Broadway N.W. Frollies 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Herald Staff 4. TERKEURST, BERNARD - 3040 Leonard St. N.W. TIGCHON, GERALD - 356 Scott TINNEY, ROBERT - 1015 Second TOLSMA, ANN - 1133 Turner N.W. TOLSMA, JAY - 849 Sylvia J.E.T.S. 3,4. TORRES, FROYLAN - 646 Veto Varsity Club 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 J.E.T.S. Club Ipres.l 3,4. TROUTMAN, JUNE - 727 Crosby N.W. Glee Club 35 Choir 45 Pep Club 4. TUMBLING, RICHARD - 868 Tenth St. N.W. Football 15 R.O.T.C. 25 J.E.T.S. 4. ULLRICH, JOYCE - 1147 Crosby N.W. Frollies 3. URBAN, MARY - 1245 Woodland Herald 45 Pep Club 3 fTreas.l,45 Class Board 3,4. URBAN, RONALD - 860 Rosalie VAN AMBER, JEANEE - 224 Lane S.W. VAN ANTWERPEN, NANCY - 1724 Fourth St. N.W. Student Council 35 Commercial Club 35 Debate 3. VANDEN BOOGERT, CAROL -561 Oalcleigh Ave. GirI's Glee 2,35 Future Teachers 4. VANDER GE LD, MARIA - 1393 Stanwood Dr. N.W. Girl's Glee 2,3,45 Varsity Choir 3,45 Future Nur- ses 4. VANDER HORN, LARRY -723 Carpenter N.W. - VANDERLIND, SUSAN - 1018 Cogswell Class Board 25 Pep Club 3,45 Student Council 4. VANDER MOLEN,,ROBERT - 2220 Ducoma Dr. Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Student Council 2,4. VANDER VEEN, RONALD - 1822 Seventh St. N.W. Tennis 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Varsity Club 3,4. VAN DYKE, KAREN - 836 Arianna N.W. Latin Club 25 Pep Club 45 Y.F.C. 2,3. VAN LOON, JOAN - 1050 Van Buren N.W. G.U.C. 2,35 Girlls Glee 35 A-Capella Choir 3,4. VAN MALSEN, JANICE - 1343 Davis Ave. N.W. A-Capella Choir 2,3,45 Varsity Choir 3,45 Pep Club 4. 4 VAN OEVEREN, PAMELA - 909 Courtney VAN SINGLE, CRAIG - 2212 Richmond VAN STEE, SUSAN - 1113 Barber Terrace N.W. Herald Staff 45 Homecoming Court5 Senior Class Secretary. VAN WOERKOM, GLENN - 1026 Woodrow N.W. Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,4. VARGO, LINDA - 1252 Richmond N.W. VENEKLASEN, JAMES - 857 Tamarack VEREECKEN, BONNIE - 2608 Alpine N.W. Pep Club 45 Aurora 45 Girl's Glee 3. VERHEEK, CAROL - 1400 Derby Drive N.W. Pep Club 3,45 Debate 45 Choir 3. VIDRO, DANIEL - 1441 Hillcrest VIDRO, JANE 1441 Hillcrest Future Nurses 45 Attendance Office 3. VUNGE, VINETTE - 1546 Seventh N.W. WAGNER, JOYCE - 1330 Dovell Ave. N.W. Commercial Club 4. WALKER, JAMES - 748 Fairfield N.W. Tennis 2,3,45 Debate 35 Student Council Pres. 4. WANAMAKER, GARY - 2226 Hoyle WARD, JACQUELYN - 813 Pine Glee Club 3,45 Future Teachers 35 Red Cross 2. WASSENAAR, ROBERT - 1112 Crosby N.W. WEBER, ROGER - 1152 Atlantic St. N.W. Choir 4. WENZLER, ROBERT - 1456 Fremont WESTVEER, CAROL - 1407 Bristol Ave. N.W. Pep Club 35 Commercial Club 3. WILCOX, DANIEL - 1528 Muskegon WlLLIAMS,HUGH - 1649 Lake Michigan Drive Key Club 3,45 Red Cross 1,2. WILLIAMS, RODNEY - 1365 Ashland N.E. Band 2,3,4. WILLIAMS, RONALD - 2625 Seventh Football 2,3. WILSON, JAMES - 1062 Broadway N.W. WILSON, ROBERT - 630 Fourth WITTEVEEN, TRUDY - 2446 Hufford N.W. Choir 2,3. WOMBLE, HARRY - 1005 Watson S.W. Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Varsity Club 3,4. WORD, THOMAS - 435 Nordberg N.W. Student Council 3fvice pres.15 Varsity Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,4. WRIGHT, BEVERLY - 965 Bridge WYNSMA, MARCIA - 1629 Alpine YOUNGS, EARL - 1115 Turner ZAIDEL, WILLIAM - 1036 Cogswell N.W. ZANK, EDNA - 1063 Broadway ZEIMIS, THOMAS - 1632 Willis Ave. ZEMAN, CASSIE - 353 Collindale ZIMMERMAN, DIANE - 911 Turner N.W. G.U.C. 1,25 Choir 1. .,,,..,-f"" Two of our exchange students: Maria Lene de Melo Neves, Kris Fahlen. xf ." 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