Wyoming Park High School - Orbit Yearbook (Wyoming, MI)

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At the out- set we knew the way held many unseen obstacles, but as we proceeded their nature was more fully revealed to us. Along the way, our gains were many and our losses few. Friendships and fun, as well as stud- ies, were every day foremost in our lives. But now we look to different horizons . . . a new day dawns before us. We hope that our successors will find the way now before them as beneficial and pleasant as we, the class of 1949, have found it. Dedication C H ere's to MR. PUVOGEL whom we,ve known for three years who stuck by as through thick and thin who taught us patiently who sets a good example for us to follow who is and always will be "Our Buddyv NIR. 'XUSTIN Nu II!'lkffIft'll1lt'l1f ADMINISTRATION MR. DAVIS PfIl1l'f1Jlll V k V .2 'XIISS U'l"l'IiN Ser'rf'n1l'x MISS BOITHOUSE .4.vsismn1 Sf-1-relurv .. ,M M... .MP ,-Nmlrew M. Clark, RS f,vf'lIlI'Ill Mirhigan Cuntrl' ffullwgv. Ky. Earl JN. Tholnpson, H-vQ'Sf!'l'II fWif'l1iglIlI Violet Pllillllitlk BS Mllhlgllll Nmlz tflifforll yIiiIxl'llS, A.B Hopf WQM xlllllfl I. DP Witt, . . .Nnrllwrn M1'r'hig1111, ltlva Mm Hants 1. . . ll'efsfv1'11 Mirl1i:,'u11 ll: Ill If ttl IXIIIZQ Hope u v ldllf' ll"vv1+'1'l1 'Wiz f1i,.,r1fL l1'f'wlvl'l1 ilfffliglllll lnlzflszlx nf Mlrlllgulz Xlvlm Ihwk. Bb. l"t'I'lAiY II1?fI.lIlll' .0x.... 1Iil'lII"'!lII Winn' nl- w -I uw .1IlI'!lIQ'I1lI flflft' Wg Uslzfmh Wmlc' Te'r14'l11'1'v Kuff: r 5 . H 1gg1l1k,,,L f'Ilfl'l'H ll ' UI 1Il"I I f'.wle'1'11 ,'1I1'1'f1i,Q1111 wi, 7 lllxl BOARD OF EDUCATION mug .wrzlwl lwjf In rzgfll: Nlr. xf'l1lIll1lll. Pl'f'4illl'IllI Ur, -Xuslin. Sl1pvl'inlf'll1lvl1l: Mr. lj0l1t'lSOfl ,Jah Hr. Blll'lil1QIilIllf'. S1'4'l'l'I1ll'j1 X113 Mu-1. 'l'l'llSU'l'I Vwlr ll'l'1lXllI'4'lk. .Nm-urn! mu' .iffllllfl-HQ, lvfl In iff' ' mlflf-ll. 'I4I'lINIl'l'. P.T.A. OFFICERS fm 1 tn rlglrl: Nlrs. f.OlllSIlll'k. 5w'l'r-tally: Nlnw. lxislm. P11-si1l+'r1t: Urs. Mlftin. Tr1-us111'f11'. 8 xx NORMAN RAARMAN ROSE MARIE BAKER Z XXX J fax --+43 1 X if 9 , .7 ff 0 I-.292 if Q Afjf, My! WV A W M f D K BONNIE BERCLUND ROBERT BOIIFHOUSE JAM ES CARRICK 10 ROGER CLARK RALPH COBB NANCY ITOMSTOCK ,- xxswffff , 4 f,, Tr ff, 0 q .Q I 1 ff I I Q f W! r , f ,7 ,f , Mfg .PV Vw' I 'J V 'ff ,I K 7 JUNE CORKINS JACK DFI YOUNG EDWIN 'CORT r 11 ANITA HANSEN Q3 VIRCINI A HEIN'l'ZEI,M AN RICHARD HICBEE Xgmffyf 9 1 ff - .Q - X X f M ,f ff! f Y' if fx? ML Rf VI! V bf! ff , 9 1 DOROTHY HOFFERT f 2 e LOWELL HORN 12 KATHRYN HOEKSTRA ROBERT JOHNSON LAURA .IOHNSON GEORGE KARSEBOOM , f . X" --, it ,, 9 ' XJ ff, Q A Q f ,Z K ff X I 1 Z A ff A wr' , K' . , L 1 IL .I X XXX Hffglf EILEEN KERKSTRA LOU KINCMA CLARENCE KNOLL 13 ADRIAN KUIPER DALE LANCASTER CLEO LANKENAU Nx WVZL -SXT. ,, 74 i If Y I w i ,gijjvffn M ff K ff 2 f 2 J ,, 7 PHYLLIS LATHROP JERRI MONROE 1 -.' 4 , Q A tvpf 1 RAY MOSSEL 14 ROBERT MULDER LUITIS NIUUSSE IES NEDERYEl,D NXsxxSM1ff " f,,f , 3. 52 JACK NICVINS Nl NRC XRIAYI' UUDISIER Q fn 2 GLADYS PATTEN 15 Nl. I'l-II-II.EN ICUGI-INF PLU MMICR MARY RUIH PIKP, N 'X Y g Q I I 1 f I xv Cfff '7lrQl J' My LILI IAN PI FC FR Jvr CLAIRE RAIBLIC NIIIDRED RIETMAN 16 JA CK ROSENDAHI IIII,I, SCIIEI,,'I'IiINIA RAY S'l'Al.SUNIIl,IRII IIIQNRY SIIIIOICN my MW ---- 'X x' ' II If NRIIf'I"I'.-I SM I 'I RAI I I TFN BROCK 17 PAIII. TER IIAAR JACK TERPSTRA RU I H VAN RELKUNI . -1 -xY"Wf ., , x ff ff, Q4 E 1.4 .IOYCE VANDEN RERC HELEN Y ,-XNDER ll NAR ROBERT V AND ER SCHUU R N-. RUTH VANDER M ARICI 18 'XRTHUR VAN OVEREN TERESA VEGTER ' ff, . k -ibgki Aff, xx: Y- If N' 1 0 V ff 13 'f , +V N f f vf r-' fl f I fr ,J f V, 5m!, V' . If Pvf, 1 1 JOYCE VISCH .HMI-IS W -XLLFIR DUANE WESTENBROEK 19 SHIRLEY WISSMAN ROBERT WYMA DALE WYN Z . Xxx Kr -1-45 - X ff!! 1 S-4 ff ll lx fm M A VW My 11,0 r CLASS OFFICERS 20 CERALDINE YOUNG M1 1 1 Top row-left Io right-C. Ahlberg, D. Anderson. J. Austin, H. Baar, B. Benit, M Burger. Row 2: C. DeVries, B. Donelson. A. Dreyer, N. Duell, R. Farwell, J. Ferguson Row 3: A. Cole. M. Colthurst, J. ffrull, R. Fountain. J. Fuller, R. Crovndyke. Row 4- D. Hershey, F. Higbee, D, Hoekstra, P. Howe-ll, B. Jolliffe, B. King. ,IUNIORS 22 Row I: D. Kline, P. Luwing, J. Lynema. D. Marlowe, B. Moore. W. Mueller. Row 2. T. Olson, T. Hozema, T. Schouten, M. Semeyn, J. Stalsonburg, N. Stearns. Row 3: M. Nederveld, J. Oberly, K. VanHam, M. VanTil, N. Waddell, J. Westveld. Row 4: G. Mulder, A. Tazelaar, M. Wilterdink, L. Tilma, F. VanDyke. Pictures Missing: L. Doorn, B. Garnett, M. Hinds, R. Hoekstra, J. Levering, B. Schulski, R. VanMalsPn ,IUNIORS i H 23 rr Left Io right-Top row: B. Alnbott, S. Abbott, W. Baker, C. Bulkema, C. Ball, P. Held, R. Berends, 5. B1-rvnds, B. Berglund. Row 2: D. Bergman, E. Blake, V, Bleam, .l, Boom, M. Bos, D. Chatterson, B. Christian. I.. ifole, B. Curths. Row 3: B, De Young, E. De Kraker, B. De Jonge. J. Devvr, D. Dewitt A. Duorn. J. Dougherty, C. Dykstra, D. Fin-big. Row 4: T. Foreman, J. Gibson, M. Cruimbs. B. Hallas, J ilendrikson. K. Heydenirurg, L. Hill, B, iloeksema, D.l-ioekstra. Huw 5: D. isel1ga,C.Ivf's. B. Jones. J. Kelder SOPHOMORES I 24 Nou' l.' Nl, lxingrna, 'l'. Kovzv. K. l.ilI'lllN't'. R. Klan-key, l.. Mvffoy. A. Mvlflroy. .l. Nlr'Nitt, l. Mr-llenlu B. lxlk'lllf'HlN'l'gI. Run' 2: D. Meurs. B. Mitvllvll, T. Uom, S. O'Rourkv. l'. Purtingzton. Nl. Patrivk Y ' l J. Ste-Inna. S. Sullivan. I.. 5Wl"ll'S, N. lrfwgvr. Row -1: R. Tvnws, Nl. Van B4"ll'illlll. B Van Dam. C. Vanden Berg. H. Yamlvr Markt, B. Vander Werf, W. Van Rynn, lf. Vargo, D. Vrvvlund, lluw 5: A. Werkhovf-n. lf. Wvirs. H. wlK'Slf'llllI'0f'li. li. Willnvlll. Nl. Vllirtll. N, Wrwnll. M. Wyman, A, Yonkvrs. D. Young. ,,il'IllI'l'X x fl T Y A1I'S.'I.lIl...' l . Cook. A, De-ppc-. Nl. Fahnle-, J. Fisher, H. Mvkkes, R. S1-lmpp, K. Vanden llnut. SGPHOMORES 25 .l. liilllSlllg1J.l, l.erry. M. Randall. Rau' 3: V. Hirhtvr. M. Rnnyon. B. S4'l1PlIt'llli1, U. Smith. R. Stupvrtl Lefz to righl- Top row: P. Abbot, B. Allison, J. Arbing, E. Beverwyk, M. Blake, N. Boelens, P. Bolthouse N. Braford, D. Coates. Row 2: S. Cobb, R. Cook, A. Cox, J. Cox, R. Dejonge, R. DeWitt, S. DeWitt, M DeYoung, J. Ferguson. Row 3: M. Gage, B. Gaubatz, C. Gilman, R. Croendyke, N. Hartman, G. Hoekstra M. Hooijer, H. Johnson, .l. Karsten. Row 4: D. Kelder, R. Koetje, A. Laninga, B. l.aFave, D. Leatherman D. Lemon, M. Lowing, S. Lynema, K. Meulenberg. FRESHMEN 26 . Row I: J. Moore, D. Nevins. J. Nyenhuis. J. Partington, D. Peelen. L. Pen-ham, J. Peterson, D, Phillips, W Pike. Row 2: F. Rabe, R. Svhrock, N. Schoen, R. Sf-houten, I. Snyder, J. Snyder, M. Solmisek, B. Stace F. Stap. Row 3: B. Stedman, B. Stefon, M. Taylor, M. Tilma, J. Vanfielkum, A. Vanrlefirink, C. VanderBerg A. VanderMarkt, M. VanderVeen. Row 4: D. VanDyk, R. VanDyk, D. Vanl-Ioeven. D. VanPutten, B. Ver Strat. C. Waddell. F. Williams, C. Young, K. Wyn. Piclurcs Missing: J. Deppe, B. Entrivan, F. Lazarski M. Snoeyink, M. Vargo, C. Voet. F RESHMEN 27 Lvft to right-top row: M. Alhlwrg. D. Bevkor. P. Boom, S. Braford. M. Brummel. J. Doty, M. Dougherty D. Dc-Ward, H. DeYoung1. Row 2: R. Drvyvr. M. Dykstra, H. Elgersula, .l. Ford, T. Franvis, M. Caulmatz M, Cort. H. Grimm. L. Hall. Row 3: R. Hallas. K. Hcnrring. M. Hoop. D. Johnson, F, Jones, M. Karseboom J. I.uFontsve, F. Lemmink. P. Meurs. Row 4: A. Mulder, E. Murphy. .l. Parham. .l. Porter, M. Powney C. Halle. T. Railmle. J. Ratvrink, H. Ritsvma. Row 5: C. Svhuiling, K. Snoeyink. C. Stearns, D. Telder. D Tr-n Flshof. W. VanBPc-k. U, Vande-rwall. D. Vandvrwall. .l. Vamlerwall. Row 6: P. Cook, J. WCFIllhlJH. H. Whittington, D. Kuiper, B. VunmivnH0ut. PI-l'lllI'CS Missing: J. Dutmer, H. Delixat, N. Fisher, I.. Weaver R. l.uF'ontsvP. M. RE'lN"llliSl'll, EICHTH GRADE 28 Left to right-lop row: L. Bekkering, H. Briggs, B. Colthrust, B. Wirth, l.. Corkins. S. Cox, B. Dertivn R. DeVriPs, A. Elgersma. Row 2: S. Gaulmatz. F. Grimm, G. Hyde. J. Hovksema. M. Hoop. M. Huzel. R johnson. l. Kellogg, P. Kerkstra. Row 3: B. Knoll, M. Yonker, D. Laulvach. B. Lindernulder, M. Madison A. Nlulder, B. Nyenhuis. I.. Oberly, G. Rawlings. Row 4: A. Bozema, S. Sr-huiling, S. Sewrey, M. Spoelstra l. Stauffer, G. Stearns, W. Tazelaar, K. Tc-nBrink. J. TenElshoH'. Row 5: N. Tymes. H. Yonker, G. Vander Nlarkl, D. Vanderwal, L. VanderWall. R. Vanlfoevering, B. Vanljutten, W. Voet, ll.gVos. Pictures Missing l.. Bomgaars. C, Ottcfson, J. Raible, .l. De Boer. SEVENTH GRADE 29 wiv, mx , V Ann. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL flu! mu' S4'1Ifl'Il" lvfl tu llbgllff I'Il'illlIi llrimm. .lalvk Hzlilrlv. lIi1-IX . , , . , . . . IIl'I'IIl'II. lmn lla- Xrlr-s, ,lulln IX1lIf'I'lllIK, ,lim IIOf'IiNl'IIlRl, U11-lx llulls. 4-mul Nou' Vlwfl In right: Rug Yam Km-wriugg. Dun Ym, lion lulmwn, lliwk llrvvvr. Umnrggx- llulf-. 'IIf'l'l'N I'Il'illll'Ir, If. IXIIIVIDIIV. Dirk Val l 1 littillghm. Trap- for -lvjl II: riglz1:.XIr, iflurk, 1'0ilt'II1'Ijllilllt' I llllrzlvll, Wally Mir Strawn Hill Im-I. Kr-nl 'll-11 Brink. Don Dr' Wurfl. an lla-rring. 4lor4lul1 5If'ill'llS. Us-nny 'II1'IlIl'l'. Tom Halilrle-. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL l'lr'.st Nun' .wuiwl lvfl In l'I.K,!ll!lf .lim llmlksa-11111. IIHIIIIY VIIl'IlIf'l', I'uga-nv IA'lIlHlIllIx, Wally M-r Struts-. Walt VIILIZVIUZIIA. IIUIWIUII SIf'iil'llS, Iwunk llrimm. Swmnl Knut ,luvk Ruilbl:-, Nurlzm 'I'ylnr's. Hun Dr' Nrivs. lx:-nl 'll-n lirink. Hill Mwt. lion Ile- Ward. In-n Smwyink, F141 NIIIVIPIIY. lla:-dy Hits:-ll1al.'l'mn liuilrlv. Twp lfuut ling Yun Krwvf'l'iIIg:. If-rry I"ml11'is. I"vl'illlIi AIUIIPS, 'IIIVII XIIIIIIPIA. Dif-k Vtrhittillgglml, Ijilflf' X IIHIPIAVWRIII, hvnrge- llwiv. lhvk III'4'Yl'l'. Dunne- lmnluzuwll. lin-lx liullns. Nl r. l'm'ng1a-l, I.ULU'Il. 30 'pfff??'3f 5' ii 'Kg' Q Th ru, le Ill! ms r In slrlrnt Llvo l..1l1lxFlldll Norm Bddllllilll Vifl'-lJH'Yifll'l11 Pllfllflfll' AIIIIIIIHCI' Lou Kingma joys-v Olaf-rly S4'1'r1'I11rV Trvrzsurvr irxi row xvulvrl -lvfl In rigfll: Nlr. Denis. Sponsor. N. BZIEIVIIHIII. C. Lankvnau. l,. Kingman, U, l,am-zwtvr ll ll fks 1 C B ll I Lcf 1 gl F Q I 5 Ufiourk I 1' rung Ol ,I fox . o-ftrz. 1. u . Svronr row- 'I I1 ri ll: . Jar, ' VI. Hoop. U. Stvarns, .l. Ulu-rly. .l. Poltvr. 'c', ,. a ' t 1. . f A. Dre-yf-r 32 Sadie Katz' ...... Glndiolu ..,..... l.orvttn ........., Minnie- ...........,.. Freddy Pvrkins ..,.. Nl r. Wyc-khoff ....... fllnim' Parsons... Nlrs. Lippett ....,.. ,Indy ,....,,,.,..,,.....,.. Jervis Pc-'nrlls-ton,., Mrs. Pendleton ...... Nliss Pritrhard ,......... .lnlia Pendleton .,....., Sally nv B,-ide.. .linnny Mr' Bride .,...., Urs. St-lnplv ......,, Grrggrs ,..,.,.,,...... Vvfnlters ,........,,... 1.1 .dl I IP ......................,,.....,.., Nlr. PPllfllf'f0lI'S ALL-SCHOOL PLAY CA ST .,,....,..,lndy W71-Pinhof .......,l,ila Rae- fforkins .......,BPtly Van Pntlvn ,.......Sne Bradford ,.......R0gvr Fountain .,,,...HPnry Elgffrsina ..V...,,...,.Toni Kovzf- ,,,.,..l.nnra Johnson ., ............. Lois Cole Don Anderson ,..,...Marilyn Hooijrr .,.......,Illl1f' lforkins ,.,..,..,.loyvP Snyder ...,.....,..Claii'P Railrlv ..,.,.Holr Vander Wc'1'f Vzilfllta Blvrun Willard De- Young: .............,lx'rry Warlrlell Nlury DP Young maid -,---.-- ..,,..,. R nth De ,longw Looli at lhoxc' Sf'll7'l'fI liglztsf' "Now stand up slruight, Mamie, and snzilvfi 33 "Oh, l1C!II'lllll1y',1 hope l'm not llllflldlllg Slvvvu ral ,.,...,,,, Mrs. skillllvl '...,,,,,..,,,....,,, liornvlin Uris Skinne-r Ulis Skinnvx ',A.,.,,,,.....,,, Elllily liiIllIDl'0llgIll ,.,..,, l,lll'Pt'l '....,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,. . Slvwallwlz-ss. .,,., ,, Din-k Wintvrs ,,,.. . 'XIillllI'ill ,,,,...,,,...,..,,, llurrivt SI, ,lnhn ,...,, Winifrf-xl Blllllgll ,,A.,, 11-0 Mm' Hvuy ,,,..,,, , IllHpt'f'lHI' ,,.,.,,, I ln' re' sf' ,,,.,,,,...,,,,,. Ylllllillllt' I-.law ,,,,,,..., Nlonsivur Um- Lu fl Window tile-nm-r .,,,,, l7irvrIur,.., JUNIOR PLAY C .X ST 'slurlin Vfiltvrmlink .'x!'l1"llf' Yl'llZi"lLlilT .r-lm Uv N ru-5 ......V...lllll Austin Alive' Volt' .A....,,lim Fullvr ...,A...BPlty Brnit ....,.,.Duvr' Hvrslwy Dun 'xIl!ll"l'S0lI Num-y Stvarrw Norm-n Waclmlvll Huge-r Yun Nlulsem Bvwrly Moorc- ..,,,,lny4-e Ulu-rly zlrilyn Himl- ...IMHIHILIS Hur-kstru Hover Fountain ,,,,.,,'N1isf Kuizvnglu III iIIIIIIt'I'SfI1g1 rrryxvlf in mv uv zrl' 'I '11 .Uunsifiur 124- 1,11 Crni,x'.", IH 00001, 11IOI'I7iN,Q' ,luhn ,l. fIolPnu1n N Iliil ,,,,,..,,....,,...,...... VIVA .Ulm ,.... Dorm lwu .........,.,.... Lawyvr utllillllilll ,...., Duffmlil ..A,,....,.......,. lknru ,.,...,...,.,,,,.,....,,..., ffllswurth Norton .,,...,, .limmy ffurvvr .,,..... Kvnt Xl:-rrill ..,,,.. 'Hhs 'l'Iwrpv .A,,, Nlrs, 'Nlvrrill ,.....,, 'Nlaljowttvs ,,.... Dire-Vtm' ,....,.. SENIOR PLAY CAST ....,..,,Bolr wvylllll . .,..... Anita Hams:-n Hvnry Svhovn ...,,,...,.,,,,,,Ioyvv Yisvh Uvorgf' Karewlmmlx ,,..,,,...iflaire- Hzlilrle- ,,,,,Iune- lfurkins ,.........,.,,Dule Wyn ,..,Y..Dillf' llumwlstf-r ....,.Nornmn Baurnlun ,IUIIIISUII Wissrnun ...A...lIlf'0 I.iilIkf'llilIl. Virginia H4"ilIlZPIlllilll Yan lluitwnu ml u'e"fl llllffll Il lirzlf- 1l'1II.lt' mttugfff' "ll"1lA'P up. ,lllllllfu F55 Lluxl ll .wrmzfl lmux' llnlfl sfillf Left tn right J Snyder B lxmg N1 Seymeyn B De-Young 'l IXOCIP l Oherly Mr Hlllgglllli DEBATE Thu year s debate Qquad under the capable d1rect1on of lVlr Brubpmk enyoyed a Succeesful and lnformatlvc seamen debatlnff the toplc Reeolved That the Umted NHIIOHQ now be revlsed lnto 1 Federal Vlorld Government The nevatlve team was comprleed of Tom Koeze and B1ll De Youn vwhlle there were two alllrmatne teame one coneletlng of Bonme Klng and ,loyce Uherly the other Mary Semeyn and Joyce Snyder Practlce clehatee were held at Creeton and Chrleuan H1 h Schools The delmaters also partlclpated 1n the ellmlnatlon clehates at Faxt Crand llaplcle and Hart l-ll h Qchools Q : . . -' 3 . . l . , . , . 3 , . . ', - r . I 1 , 1 . . c , ., . 1 . eff' . l l , .' ,, I l " I l F , . I 1 4, . . 7 . . . ,. ' ., . 4 4 1 V H wa , ' I . I U. F' C 1 1 f , . , , , , , 1 . Y . . .U i , . . e A L F . . C I , Q J .f J , g M , . 36 Flrvt ruw vented let In right Nl Semewn J Snwler l Mmloy 5 0Rourke J Olmerls C' De Vru Sworn! ruw If I to rzglvl N11 Van H.1lt'-ma sponsor D blllllll F Vlrgo Nl Hooljer N Wadclfll B V'ln1lel Werf B De Young l forlxms T lxoeze Nl Van Bf'llxllIIl FORENSICS A lalffe number of Qtudente vlent out thu ymar for l'oren QICQ A Qchool contest wae held on March Sl at whxch tlme 51X parllclpante were elected to repreqent Vlyomlng at the local contc-Qt at Byron Center IH Aprll Tlue group wae under the capable leaderslup of Mus Elva Haltema . ,. r-fr f., . , . , . . .. , . H, ,. , N.. 1 3 'f .. as ' ' .' ,S X Z . . i .. . . . ' . . 1 ' , . ,.- - ' Y, - . . ' . . . .. A , , ., - C, , e e K -. L f 4 I x I l , , , .. , 37 Lvff In right---Fil'st run' -sculwl: lf. Kerkstru. fi, Lzxnkenau. J. llorliins. A, Hansen, P. l.1lll1I'0Il. Y. Heint- Z4"lIllilll. .Nvrurifl rn14': .l. Vfestvelml. A. Pole. N. Vllafltlell. Nl. Seine-yn. Nl. Hinmls, II. .'xl1llIf'I'Ql. Miss Nun llilllhlllil. Sponsor. Tfifnl row: N, Un:-ll. ll. King. J. Yisvh, 'lf Rozr-ina, B. Moore. OFFICERS SENIOR Y-TEENS The Senior Y-Teens were active in many things. Among these were the informal ins itiation in Novemlmer, the hayricle in De- vemlwer, the style-show at the Rouncl-np. and the formal initiation in April. This y0ar's officers were Anita Hansen. presi- clentz Phyllis Lathrop. vice-presiclent: Cleo l,21Illit'll21ll. secretaryg and June Corkins. treasurer. The group was sponsored lay Miss Elva Van Haitsma. 38 urn Ill lllf lvfl In llhgfll - f"1'l'xI I'HIl" .w'11If'4l': U. Xxuylllil. l.. ful:-, U. llfwkstm. N. ,I1l'llf'Qll'I'. I.. 'Xl1'f'ny. X, xxvffk I llilvsnn. Nl. Nllllylbll. .Nvl'1'1llI1l l'llll'f Ui-s Ilullhnusv. Spam-nr. X. X11-lflruy, IS, Nllinsun. H. 124111114111 Xl 1 lgv. ll. llullzls. Nl. Xxviflll. 5. ffulvlv. lf, Bl'XI'l'Mykf'. X, HIPLIIII. lf. Un- Kl'1:lwr. Tfzfrrf l'llll'.' Xl. Hlzulxv. U, Hll lunrl. Nl. Xilllllvl' M-vu. H, Ha' Witt. H. IM' Mmng. NI. Bus. Xl, Xurgm. Nl. Sulwsik. .I. Nlwxill. .l. Fw ll on I lxzlrslml. I'u1llH'I!I mu: U, BPIQLIIIQIII. H, Alum'-. if Hull. P. Pilflillgjlllll, IT. Fivlfig. Xl. Ile- Nlblllljl. Y. liml: n I IH-!:'1'sm1. U, Nam l'l1Ite'u. .l. Snylvr. X. xllllllt' Brink. .ll NIUR Y-TEENS Ul"I"llIliliS Hu' ,IlllllUl' Y - I veils IIIIS xeur xwrc' llllli4'I' llle' mlirL'c'Iim1 of Miss I"l'EllH'illt' Hullh UUSF. Xs il rvpl'vsvl1la1liw group from llw mnlll xml lvnlh graulcs, llu-se llIllIt"l'l'lilSSI 'nun'-J lllill Hwy' haul e'slulvlisl11'1l il xu . . V . . . HI' Hlglilllllillllill. flu- lllgll-hgh! of llwir ploy uls uns lln- SIl4lIlSOI'illQ ol' il mum llllllll L gym. Adlllillllbllg ll'i1lNXXUl'k and luvullx mls 1-wr prvsm'nI in llwir ac-lixilivs 1ll11'1r1g' 10151-1010. 3 I . . . w lat IiIl'llIl"'lUll and Illlilll Ur-l m W Q' m'm'ta'ml us dvlegulvs to the Y-Tvs-I1 V111 nlvr ClHlrQ'l'l'lll'l' Iwlcl all Flint in NIHHII 39 fI'Sl mu'-H serztwl: ll. Klum-I. ll. BQ'l'Q'Illl4. ll. Cook. Wh Yun Hyn. l. lhl1'llf'lIlLl, ll. llnekstru, ll. Kettler, xl. I 1-rry. Sf'l'Ul1I, rnzr: ll, lmleuster. H. tfunk, ll, St-liuup, ll, Sl'l1?llPIlIil, ll. Wyn. ll. Ynmler W'erf. R. l'l0llIlllllll. ' 1 llllllllx ll Wthuen Nl: llfllglglllli. Thirrl rnux' if, Yurgn, ll, Nreeluntl, A. llreyer, .l. lieltler, B. Vlyinu. ..t . .. ., . l l. Waller, ll. 'xlllll'l'NUll. H. Hurt, ll. West:-nlmrnek. .l. Austin OITIVICERS HI-Y 40 Organized in the seeolid semester and under the guiding hand uf Mr. llruggink. the hoys constituting the l'li-Y formed one ol' the more important school clulms and held their place in inter-school activities. lVl6l'TllK'I'SlllIl was open to all hogs from any high school class. The stall' of olli- cers was made up entirely of tht- senior members. linthusiasm coupled with love for fun made the Hi-Y the nucleus of boys' activi- ties at Vlfyoniing. P. Lathrop L. Kingma Editor 0 f fa 5' : ,:.. B .- ,... -. t H D. Hoffert Assistant Editor Assistant Editor it ' L , f ,. iggitfff' L' C. Ruihlf- B. Wyma N. Comsto:-k A. Hansen Art Editor Assistftrzt Art Editor Snap-shot Editor Assistant Snap-slrot Editor Via ,, . Jr ef 'A ' ', if g Mr. Zylstra Advisor in "' 2 ' f . ' W' , .. Q N. Baarman H. Vander Haar D. Wyn D. Lancaster 4s.vistant Business Manager BLm1'ness Manager Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor J. Waller Literary Editor 41 BEACON Meet the deadline! These familiar words rang in tliv ears of tlie lleaeon Staff all tlie year long and when the new memliere over- came uncertainty with experience. difficul- ties took care of themselves. The Beacon, a tri-weekly paper. was under tlie alile edi- torsliip of Nan Comstock. and Mr. Marcus served as a eapalile advisor Tutu lwmls are bcllvr fllflll one Worlf brings its own rf-Iief. Creazcst thinkers have been fzmnizeurs. 42 W New eras in their brains. f - '::' ' f ..., I il ,. .-,- 1? A A vkzl I: J V V In . " - g ':'. Puri uv .:. . - fir-: x lv. 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Lowell's Redbirds humbled the Vikings with a score of 6 to 2 in our second encounter. but the Hold fightii was again evident when in the following engagement the Wyoming eleven defeated Zeeland with a score of 18 to tl. Again when the Vikings met the co-champion East High Pioneers they gave a good account of themselves although they had to accept the short end of a 28 to 6 score. but in the next encounter the Wvyoming boys were subdued by the co-champion Godwin High Vliolverines by a score of 25 to 0. The Crandville Bulldogs clung to the "little brown jug" by holding the Wyoming Vikings to a tied game of 7 to 7. and this was followed by the tussel with the Rockford Rams in which the Vikings came out with a victorious record of 0 to 0. ln the final game of the season the Lee High Rebels restored a modest spirit among the Viking forces by dishing out a 12 to 0 defeat to the Vfyoming eleven. At the close of the season Cork Knoll. Paul Ter Haar, and Eugene Plummer were elected honorary co-captains for the year in recognition of their stellar performance. Seven lettermen will comprise the nucleus for next year's squad which will seek to maintain the spirit and good sportsmanship exemplified by this year's team and all teams who have represented Wyoming in the past. SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL The second team of 1948 under the able tutelage of their new coach, Mr. Clark. hnished the season with a 4-1 record, their only defeat coming at the hands of the powerful Lee High Rebels. The excellent material discovered dur'ng the season gives promise for highly success- ful varsity squads in the future. Serum! lefl In right-Row I: R. Vander Werf. tl. Vargo. K. 1.arahee. R. Stare, D. Van Dvke R Vander Nlarkt. F. Stap. R. Nlat-key. D. Cook. Left to right-Row 2: E. Blake. lil. Grulrhs, D. Vreeland. R. Van Dyke. M. Snoeyink. R, Cook. J. Cox. O. Vanden Berg. Smmling left In righlsltnw 3: W. Pike. Coach Tower. 11. lsenga. W. Van Ryn. D. Van Hoeven. 11, Kelder. fl. Voet, J. Kelder, ff, Balkema. R. lloeksema. R. Koetje. tfoaeh Purvogel. P. Bolthouse. 49 'X J IHRST TEAM BASKETBALL Third place in the Grand Valley Conference was the reward for a season of hard work and intensive concentration on the hasketluall courts for the '-18-'19 edition ol' lvaskeleers representing Vtfyorning High School. Mr. Clark guided the ltasketlmall destinies for Wyoming and his first year was an auspicious one, insasmuch as the X ikings came through with a seasonis reeord of nine wins and sewn losses. llest game of the season from the Yiking standpoint was an early'-season Xl-341 win over the champion Godwin outfit. The Yikings. after heating Kellogsyille -ll-Ill. ltowed out of thc district tournament hy' losing in the finals to lfast Grand liapids lwy' a score of 119-35. veld, and Bolt Vander Wert' sparked the play' of the Parkers tl Vi' ma vlacing third in thc individual scoring race. Bolt Xvyltlii. lws Nerler throughout the season, wi 1 y '1 I The return of Vandervlerf and some other capahle reserve material next year lvrings high hopes of success on the hardwoods when another season rolls around. SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL Second place in Grand Valley' second team standings was again occupied luy Wy- ' ' l f 'e. ominv Park after a season which saw them lose three and win n1ne in tie con erenc 1' lu out of league games they won two from rogers and lost two to Zeeland, the last one lleinv an overtime contest. licturning memhers. and a prospect of good material P lrom the eighth grade should make for a good team next year. Lefl In right - First mu' xeulerlf ll. lliatterson. R. Fountain. ,l. Kelder. Xl. Snoeyink. Nl, llruluhs. ,l. l'artin1 ton, SVVIIIIII roic: W, 'Niue-llcr. l', Holthouse H Staci' B De Young. C. Yoo-t. 'lf liox. Nlr, Engels. Coat Thin! rozc: D. l'eelen. ll. Nan lloeyen. li. ivan. Dyke.. A.. Dreyer. U. Yan llyke. if. Yargo. 52 fmw, ' x , M K4 'AM V? ,N N 63+ a Nl firm R Xi 3 M K3 A ,W ' , 'Ib sm? 1 QS f K wa Y 'C ""' at h- -- -' 4 rl F Pl mer R Higbee D Westenbroek J. De Young, R. Clark. Left to right-First row. seate : .. um , . f., . . , J. Waller, D. Wyn, C. Miller. L. Horn. B. Farwell, T. Olson, B. Mulder. Second row: D. Van Dyke. C. Knoll, M. Crubbs, I. Blake, D. Chatterson, l. Mellema, W. Van Ryn, A. Dreyer, B. Vander Schuur. I Carrick D Cook H Schoen Mr Engels Thzrd row: D. Lancaster. D. Van Hoeven .l. Levering, .. , . . , . . . . R. Schopp, A. Perry, G. Voet. F. Rabe, R. Groendyke, D. Hoekstra, N. Schoen. TRACK To your markl Get setl Go!! And another race-another season of track is underway. lnterest in Grand Valley track has bounded in the last few years, and a subsequent enthusiasm has developed here at Wyoming. All track meets will be staged under the lights at Lee Field, attesting to this new-found interest in the thin-clad sport. Wyoming has been tabbed the udark-horsew of the conference and our Vikings bore out that prediction in their opening dual meet by dropping a hard-fought engagement to the powerful Godwin Wolverines. Under the experienced tutelage of Mr. Engels. our Vikings could go places this year. The final results are uncertain, but one thing is sure. the Vikings will uphold their high standards of sportsmanship in every race and meet they participate in. 54 Left to right: R. Croendyke, R. Fountain, R. Van Malsen, D. Vreeland, L. Muussee, D. Peelen, A. Peelen J. Partington, M. Wood, B. Scheltema, Mr. Tower. TENNIS A group of ten ardent racquet-swingers comprise this yearis tennis squad, with three lettermen returning: Al Peelen, who will hold down the No. 1 singles spot, Bill Scheltema, No. 2 singles. Louis Muussee, participating on one of the doubles teams. The results so far have been encouragingg a 4-1 triumph was scored over Godwin, and the Vikings will keep on swinging till the last match is over. 55 ,X Fl-l'Sf mu'-lofi to right: ,I. Kehler. ll. Nlarlnwe. P. Ter Huar. li. Cort, B. Wyma, J. Terpstru K Yun llzuu. l'. RlYlIllUll5t'. Sernrul ruu'-left In right: Mr. Puvogxvl. H. Curths, B. .l0lIIlSllIl, H. Hllf'llSf'll.lll. l lzuuler W:-rl. H. Bt7llll0llSt'. Nl. Snot-yink, U. Hershe H tlui titn J Wulmlell I' Yu i ' . is 1 . . a . .. rgo. ll. lxeltler. h. tlnok. ll. Isenga. ll. Stare. 'l'. Ohm. R. 'Nluvlu-y, y, ll. lle wiurtl. Thin! mu'-left to right: Nluellei BASEBALL A tletermination to hetter last yearis cellar position is the impetus tlriving our lrase- luill squad this year. and with ten lettermen hack a fine showing is hopetl for anti expem-ted. An indication ol' the Vikingis strength may he gathered from their narrow l-ll loss to Uotlwin in their initial contc sl au'tua1lly outpitehed llotiwinis are hurler Roh Daugl. hut a Couple of errors slnlu-tl . Keith Van Ham, on the hill forthe Vikings. at-ross the Wfolvwineis lone tally. Despite this heartlu'eaker. the Vikings look forward to ai successful season. lrut onlx' time will tell. U 4' 1 58 mx M wa JM Z 5 ,Q Ta fa r l? K 'F 'R il ? P S E45 kgyfhjk J l' game on fr, nxxxg N VA Sw f i Q , ,,g,: , . m- ' . - 35,3 c , 'W um 3 "' MYSQL y ' we ' . ' Q.,,,4 Nu. nr Q I Q -M, ,X 5 ' .f,, wk U - AMW ,x E K - ' A ,x 4 Q' i " 1 A 5 Ea T253 .fx 95 -X 95 r ' x 3' Q 1 3 'S g3E2f'Ws,, A 'wi , x y g ,K X, W ,jf Y 5 A v 7 Q K iw " Q sr P, 3 Q' f' X 1 5 K 5 " -a x 1 if , va a , s ' 7 2 it Qggx '.:: I rf 'V t ' , - P sv 5' x K f 1 5? - 'N?fi. ,eff , ff,-'hp H u if E Ilurv your ,205 yuur hull pass P Swcwp it Clean :iv in M.. M pm ..,. It is a good jab. V Any new books? 62 X. .AX Bw! llrwwml lam' :rml girl - Xl IH-Q-If-n. we RPS x l I st ull ulmlllfl lmy :mal girl - Norm Kilim Wulf :lull Class Flirt - Dull- Vfyn. llilllflllllll. l'l1ll l.ZlfllI'HID. .lnwv XlSt'lI l MOCK ELECTION 5 Q 5 Nl: nst stualioue uml Plus ggigzgxlr-rf - Na ffmnstfwk. Shirlvy Wissmzm. , r lml klllgllllll. l'l'f'ttivwt ffirl uml llqxmlsmur-ft lun'- s- . AQ NFIlf'I'X4'l!l.- Nlost Bzlsllful girl uml lmy f Lillian fllglws1'llill'1l4'lf'l'zlllll lllLlSSllllllli'-Il0llSlIt'I' 1 I lr-gf-r. :Mlriuu KlllIlPl'. S Bula Boltlmllsf-. ,lllllti lhrkills. 623 fl MOCK ELECTION :irl utlmlvtv and lrov atlllvtf- 4- Cleo l.illlliPl1iHI. Roll W'yma. Qi? flluss woman hater and vlass man hater Must 4lig1niliPml svninr mul most unrlignl ?Al4Il1lll' VZlI1cjVPI'f'l1. Hut vZ1l1Bf'llilll11. lll'1l--'lxPl'f'S2l Vegtf-r. Paul ll1t'l'llililI' Most sirwvre and 1-lass vllt-llpfcvrry Young, Roger Clark. Class clmtlvrlnox fliilven Kvrkstra. Girl and lmny most likely to Sll01'9t'llf ll:-len Van4lvrHuar, ,lim Waller. 64 Vlass optimist anfl vlass Il6'SSllTllSl. lflairf' Ruilrle. Georgie' K1ll'HPll1JfJIIl FOUR LONG YEARS In nineteen hundred, forty-Hve Wyoming found we were alive. Though we were only 'gfreshmenw then 7Twas further than we'd ever been. We soon made many friends so true, Held high the colors white and blue. In forty-six we knew the waysg And fun and study filled the days. We worked to get assignments in . . . Our teacheris praise we tried to win. We found that teachers could be pals If we would be "good" guys and gals. The days went fast through forty-seven. We entered into grade eleven. Movies, class rings, play, and dance . . It seemed that we worked in a trance. The long awaited prom at last! Our junior year was in the past. In forty-eight. the month September. Began a year we'll long remember. The annual staff was chosen soon . . . We kept in mind the coming June. November took the senior playg Then other things were on the way. The holidays we met with glee. A new semester soon we'd see. It brought along a newer fad . . . Our senior pictures. We went mad! But Bultman seemed to understand, And tried to meet each oneis demand. More iictures . . . c'Smile rett , lease. l P Y P No, not so stiff. Just feel at easef, Boy! Everything worked out just fine . The printer got our book in time. Announcements, caps, and gowns . . . ou '4With whom, I wonder, will I walkli' We hate to leave this all behind, But we are needed by mankind. Teachers, pastors, doctors. wives . . Out to better other's lives. r talk But, dear Wyoming. weill ne'er forget . . . These memories in our hearts are set. M Dorothy Hoffert Class Flower . . . Class Colors Yellow Hose Kelly green and white Class Motto . . . Before us lies our path, with higher heights to conquer 65 NORMAN BAARMAN Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 2: Track 3: All- school Play: Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Student Council 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Orbit Staff: Hi-Y 4. ROSE MARIE BAKER BONNIE BERGLUND Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2: Beacon 4. BOB BOLTHOUSE Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play: Band 1. .JAMES CARRICK Track 1, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:' .Jr. Play: Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Special Choir 3. ROGER CLARK Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Basketball 1. RALPH COBB Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY COMSTOCK Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Special Choir 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Beacon 3, 4: Orbit Staff: Latin Club: Librarian 3, 4. JUNE CORKINS Y-Teens 3, 4: Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Librarian 4. JACK DE YOUNG Football 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. EDWIN GORT Hi-Y 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1: Basketball 2. ANITA HANSEN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Beacon 4: Orbit Staff: Special Choir: Girls' Bas- ketball 4. VIRGINIA HEINTZELM AN Y-Teens 4: Sr. Play: Girls' Bas- ketball 4. RICHARD HIGBEE Football 3: Track 3. DOROTHY HOFFERT Girls' Chorus I, 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2: Beacon 3, 4: Orbit Staff: Latin Club: Libra- rian 3, 4. LOWELL HORN Track 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play. LAURA JOHNSON Girls' Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Special Chorus 3: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Sr. Play: Forensics 2: Jr. Y-teens 1, 2: All School Play 4. BOB JOHNSON Football 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4. GEORGE KARSEBOOM Debate 1: Jr. Play: Sr. Play. ACTIVITIES EILEEN KERKSTRA Girls' Basketball 4. LOU KINGMA Secretary Student Council 3, 4: Orbit Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Latin Club 3. CLARENCE KNOLL Jr. Play: Class Treasurer 1: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. ADRIAN KUIPER Band 1, 2. DALE LANCASTER Student Council 1, 2, Pres. 4: Class President I, 2, 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 4: Latin Club 3: Orbit Stall' 4: Beacon 3, 4: Sr. Play: Jr. Play: Boys' Chorus 1. CLEO LANKENAU Jr. Y-teens 2: Girls' Chorus 2, 3: Triple Trio 3: Sextet 3: Septet 4: Student Council Vice Pres. 3, 4: Sr. Y-teens 3, 4: Special Chorus 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: All School Play 3: Cheerleader 4: Beacon 4: Sr. Play 4: Girls' Basketball 4. PHYLLIS LAT.HROP Jr. Y-teens 1, 2: Sr. Y-teens 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Special 3: Girls' Basketball 4: Class Treasurer 4: Orbit Staff : Latin Club. JERRI MONROE Jr. Y-teens: Girls Chorus: Foren- sics 2. RAY MOSSEI. Hi-Y 3, 4. BOB MULDER Band 1, 2: Baseball 1: Track 2, 3, 4. LOUIS MUUSSE Jr. Play: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4. LES NEDERVELD Football 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3: Vice Pres. 3: Pres. 4. JACK NEVINS MARGARET OUDBIER Jr. Y-teens I: Jr. Play. GLADYS -PATTEN AL PEELEN I Football 1, 2: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY RUTH PIKE Drum Majorette 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: Beacon 1. LILLIAN PLEGER Girls' Basketball 4. EUGENE PLUMMER Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Basket- ball 3, 4. CLAIRE RABLE Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Jr. Y-teens 1, 2: Orbit Staff: Chorus 1: For- ensics 2: All School Play 4. 66 MILDRED REITMAN JACK ROSENDAHL BILL SCHELTEMA Jr. Play: Tennis I, 2, 3,: Hi-Y 1. JENRY SCHOEN Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Hi-Y 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Football I. HENRIETTA SMIT RAY STALSONBURG Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SALLY TEN BROCK Y-teens 1, 2: Forensics 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Beacon 4: Jr. Play. PAUL TER HAAR Band l, 2: Hi-Y 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play. JACK TERPSTRA Baseball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Jr, Play: Stage Manager 4. RUTH VAN BELKUM Beacon 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play: Libra- rian 4. JOYCE VANDEN BERG Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Jr. Y-teens 1, 2. HELEN VANDER ,HAAR Library 3: Beacon 4: Orbit Stall: Girls' Basketball 4. RUTH VANDER MARKT Library 3: Beacon 4. BOB VANDER SCHUUR Track I. ARTHUR VAN OVEREN TERESA VEGTER CAROL J. VISCH Jr. Y-teens 1, 2: Sr. Y-teens 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Special Chorus 2, 3: Jr. Play: Sr. Play: Library 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Beacon 4. JIM WALLER Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Orbit Staff: Latin Club 2, 3. DUANE WESTENBROEK Football 4: Hi-Y 4: Track 4. SHIRLEY WISSMAN Sr. Y-teens 3: Sr. Play: Beacon 4. BOB WYMA Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, .2: Sr. Play: Jr. Play: gecllretary 3: Orbit Staff: Hi-Y DALE WYN All School Play 3: Sr. Play: Hi-Y 3, 4: Vice Pres. 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Orbit Staff. GERALDINE YOUNG Jr. Y-teens 1: Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3: Sefxtette I: Mixed Chorus 2, 3. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '49 FRED,S TRADING POST Compliments to the C1085 Of 149 GROCERIES A MEATS CORNER OF BELT LINE AND BURLINGAME TOLDERSMA 81 Compliments of GRQCERIES FRED'S GAS STATION MEATS CORNER OF BELT LINE AND BURLINGAME PRODUCE FREE DFLIVFRY C0'n"lime'm of MULLER-GROCERS BAKING CO. 2311 Lee Street Phone AR 6-2568 210 28th! S. E' Compliments of WOLVERINE CARTON CO. GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN Compliments of J. WAALKES FOOD MARKET 1155 CHICAGO DRIVE COMPLIMENTS OF MARVEL REFINING COMPANY 2201 CHICAGO DRIVE 17 MARKET AVE., S. W. Auto Refinishing Phone 8-8312 Success to You, Class of 149 WILLIAM VOET 81 CO. COMPLETE AUTO BODY SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE COMPUMENTS 01" CLASS OF ,49 RAINBOW GRILL THE FRY HQUSE Hamburgs-Tray Service 2480 CHICAGO DRIVE PHONE AR 6-3142 PHONE AR 6,3035 CREAM-NUT PEANUT BUTTER With Compliments of Manufactured by KOEZE MFG. CO. Phone 5.3837 JAY REMMETTS, Prop Compliments of Compliments of ROBINSON CARTACE CO. L A M A R 2712 CHICAGO DR., S.W. 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SCHUEN S PIE SHOP 2551 Prairie Rd. Phone AR 6-3512 BULTMAN STUDIO O Our School Photographer O 1907 DIVISION AVE. Phone 5-9473 Compliments of SOUTHWEST ICE and FUEL CO. 930 CHICAGO DRIVE Phone GL 2-5021 H A R D C R E T E The All-Around Mortar Groove Block I-IARDCRETE BLOCK S SUPPLY CO. 3131 CHICAGO DRIVE Phone AR 6-3851 Compliments -of BEVERLY MARKET WYOMING PARK GARAGE CAS - OIL TRAILERS f USED CARS Phone AR 6-2833 I CHOICE MEATS and GROCERIES Compliments of . A D R I A N S E Phone 6-2451 FREE DELIVERY ICE CREAM Phone AR 6-3005 GRANDVILLE, MICH. Compliments of ROYAL DUTCH COOKIE COMPANY ROZEMA DRY GOODS STORE Specialize in VARSITY SWEATERS Best Wishes to Class of '49 COMMUNITY BAKERY Cakes for All Occasions 1132 CHICAGO DRIVE VISIT THE SOUTHWEST SANDWICH and SODA BAR 1140 CHICAGO DRIVE BEST WISHES GALEWOOD BAKERY Compliments of PAYNE'S PHARMACY LLOYD L. PAYNE, Pharmacist Phone 5-8160 1070 BURTON ST. 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