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Row 1-Kenneth Achterhof, Freshman, Grand Haven: Roger Altimus. Sophomore, Sturgis: Dick Banner, Sophomore, Kalamazoo:
Thomas Barry, Sophomore, Grosse Pointe: Harold Bate, junior, Grosse Pointe: Robert Bath, junior, Grand Rapids: David Bell,
Junior, Port Huron: Frederick Boersma, Freshman, Grand Rapids.
Row 2-Robert Born, Sophomore, Belleville: Laverne Brown, Sophomore, Scottville: Fred Bruhn, Sophomore, Grand Haven: Ron
Chandonnet, Sophomore, Muskegon Heights: C. Douglas Conklin, Sophomore, Hartford: Albert Dixon, junior, Bay City: Ronald
Duemler, junior, Grand Rapids: Don Engler, Freshman, Grand Rapids.
Row 3-Phillip Germann, Sophomore, Three Rivers: Ron Gibbs, Sophomore, Petoskey: William Goble, Sophomore, Glenellyn, Ill.:
Robert Graichen, Sophomore. Fremont: Jere Hackbarth, Freshman, Wyandotte: Carl Haney, Sophomore, Detroit: Roger Hanton, Sopho-
more, Port Huron: Donald Herron, Junior, Grosse Pointe.
Row 4-Roger Hopkins, Freshman C2nd s.j, Holland: Wyatt Houston, Freshman, Chicago, Ill.: Gerald Howe, junior, Decatur: Dave
Huffman, Junior, Birmingham: Franklin Ison, junior, Hartford: Louis jorissen, junior, Muskegon: Donald Joslin, Sophomore, Belding:
David Kaiser, Sophomore, Battle Creek.
Row 1-john Kesler, junior, Midland: Thomas Kidder, Sophomore, Elkhart, Ind.: Buzz Lefler, Junior, Detroit: John Lett, Sophomore,
Grand Rapids: Gerald Levitan, junior, Detroit: George Maguire, junior, Paw Paw: joseph Majzel, Sophomore, Corunna: joe Martinez,
Sophomore, Detroit: Lyle McAu1ey, Sophomore, Port Huron.
Row 2-Scott McGorney, junior, DeWitt: Terry McKay, junior, Wayne: Paul McLaughlin, junior, Benton Harbor: Gene Miller, junior,
Paw Paw: Ralph Oeltz, Sophomore, Benton Harbor: Boyd Perlson, Freshman, Milwaukee, Wis.: John Riley, Freshman, Grand Rapids:
Howard Simonson, Junior, Whitehall: Dick Snyder, Freshman, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Row 3-Leonard Snyder, Sophomore, Fort Wayne, Ind.: Ronald Strawser, Freshman, Sturgis: Tom Stribley, Sophomore, N. Muskegon:
Ken Sugamosto, Junior, Brighton: Dave Sunde, Freshman, Grand Rapids: Hank Swiftney, Freshman. Grand Haven: Raymond Ward-
well, junior, Potterville: Kenneth Week, Freshman, Pontiac: Mike Zeller, Junior, Battle Creek.
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me Dlen of Ellsworth all
Frank E. Ellsworth Hall was dedicated at Homecoming, October 12, 1956. It is the
Hrst of the Men's dormitories in the student center project to be completed.
The Dormitory is named after Frank E. Ellsworth, director of Training Schools from
1916 to 1938. Educator and leader, the key to his life was love for boys and girls, a
sympathetic understanding of their prob-
lems and a respect for them as individuals.
He took a keen delight in their every activity
and was dedicated to the ideal of providing
them with an environment that would con-
tribute to the fullest development of their
powersg mental, physical and spiritual.
The officers for Ellsworth Hall this year
were: Gerald Levitan, President, Dave
Lillie, Vice Presidentg Paul Quintanilla,
Treasurerg and Gene Miller, Secretary.
Seated-joe Martinez, Carl Haney, Scott McGov-
ney, Ron White, Dave Lillie, Ron Duemler, John
Kyse, Paul Quintanilla, Bill Korwin, Mike Roth,
Dave Freeborn. Standing-Bill Denny, David
Wayne, Ron Fitch, Lincoln Godfrey, Don Perigo,
Gene Miller, Dave Bruek, Mr. Cox, Roger Mul-
lauer, Fred Thurston, john Laskardies, Dan Sur-
villas, Bill Fitch, Conrad Wirth, Ralph Merritt.
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he Vomen of Z illllIM!l"lllllIlf all
"Zimmerman Hall is the best." The girls at Zimmerman sing this with a great
deal of pride . . . and talent.
Our year began with all the freshmen parties during enrollment week. Next came
homecoming and the girls worked into the night on our float and our house dec-
orations. Then came the RHA mixers followed by Dad's Day with its special
luncheon and entertainment . . . and a rare
treat for our Dads, a visit to our rooms. On
November 9th, we threw our doors open for
an Open House, our theme "Guys and Dolls."
"Winter Fantasy," the RHA Christmas formal
was the next big event and then came the
Before we knew it, the semester was over and
it was February, time for senior dinner for
mid-year graduates. After the sad parting
came Mom's Day with its many exciting
Throughout the year, the Zimmerman Choir
worked diligently and performed at all our
main functions . . . adding to our pride.
House Council: Row l-Chris Krupczak, Jan Sander-
sen, Nina Kennedy, Arlene Ramsey, Mary Jane Kitt-
ner, Shirley Mellin, Sandra Phillips. Row 2-Carol
Drennan, Jean Norris, Mary Bachman, Libby Holtz,
Mrs. Hinkle, Beverley Black, Pauline Dimmock,
Maureen Cummings, Maribel Rummel, Carol Heym.
Row 3-Chris Buck, Joanne Kujawski, Janece Julian,
Sally Meyer, Mary Fitzpatrick, Shirley Jardine,
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