Dakota Christian High School - Cadet Yearbook (New Holland, SD)
- Class of 1977
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Text from Pages 1 - 95 of the 1977 volume:
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Cadet of 1977
We Want to pass it on through
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"For the glory of God is Light, and its
Lamp is the Lamp. By its light shall the
nations Walk. "
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Seek Ye First
Exchange Chapel - Southwest Christian
hapel is a time to learn, a time to grow, and a time to share. Many
people throughout the year shared with us what Christ meant to them. We
had many special speakers and also a revival. We also participated in
exchange chapels With Edgerton and Unity. These chapels helped to start
out our days right and also realize the purpose of our school.
Special Speakers - Dennis Kaemingk Student Chapel - Larry Hansum
lngdom of God
Student Speaker: K. VanVuren Our Revival Speaker: Rev. Dennis
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The School Board is an organization
that D.C.l-I.S. couldn't exist without. The
members meet once a month to carry on
business. Along with handling the general
business and operation of the school, the
board accomplished several other tasks
during the year. Some of these include
hiring 2 new teachers, revising the D.C.
I-l.S. Constitution, initiating a Vocational
Agricultural Course, and purchasing a
P.A. System from memorial money and
a table saw for the shop.
A big THANKS to the School Board for
the great job they dol
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The Ladies Auxilliary is another organ-
ization that is vital to the existence of our
school. The group is made up of ladies around
the area. They spend a lot of time raising
money for improvements in D.C.I-l. S. Last
autumn they held the annual Dutch Smorgas-
board. They organize and serve for banquets
including the Hostess Supper and Parent-Sr.
Banquet. They also sponsored a Request
Program in the spring.
The money raised as the result of all these
efforts by the auxilliary is given to the school.
This year the money has gone toward encyclo-
pedias, sinks for the rest rooms, a new stage
floor, a new kitchen door, Home Economics
materials, flourescent lights for the class
rooms, clocks, tile and table tops for the lab,
steel lockers for the hallway, a bell system
in the new addition and two new calculators.
Everyone at Dakota wishes to express
their THANKS to these ladies for their ded-
ication and hard work!
Mrs. I-Iolwerda serves DCI-IS as our
secretary and librarian. Her duties in-
clude typing and corresponding for Mr.
I-Iolwerda and the school board. She also
takes care of incoming and outgoing mail.
Among her other responsibilities she also
keeps school records, makes out report
cards, and tabulates tardies and absenc-
es. Her greatest challenge is managing
the activity fund. As head librarian, she
cleans our library and maintains order
and organization of the books. She also
supervised the library assignments
throughout the year.
Though its often a thankless job, We
realize that without her hard Work, our
school couldn't operate, so We're thank-
ful for the time she spends and the Work
There's part of school that the stu-
dents never see. That's when the kids are
gone and all that is left is the evidence
of another school day. This is when
Casey and Jenny Kok enter the picture.
They have been the custodians of DCI-IS
for 9 years. jenny and Casey spend many
hours cleaning up after "their" kids. We
really appreciate the Work they do in
All the kids and the faculty say- -
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Bus ines s Law
U. S. History
tudent Council Is Active
BACK ROW: QLEFT TO RIGHTD L. Meyerink, K. VanVuren, E. Bok, J. Oliver, L.
Maas, V. Munneke, K. VanderWey, D. Meyerink, M. Hoekstra. FRONT ROW: Mr
Holwerda, T. Phiefer, B. Vreugdenhil, M. Veurink, I. DeLange, L. Hansum.
The Student Council consists of 2 chosen
representatives from each class, plus a member
from each various school organizations. Meet-
ings are held each Tuesday at noon to discuss
how to make school better and more interesting.
To make school more active, they sponsor
various fun days throughout the year. This year
We had CrazyDay, Black and White and Gold Day,
Hat Day, and Hobo Day. They also held a Fresh-
man lnitiation Party, Parent Night, and a special
Revivals. For something new in D. C. H.S. they
invited a magician and acrobat to perform.
The Student Council Was also responsible for
the exchange chapels.
To ftmd all these activities, they sold candy
to students at noon and breaks and also at home
We Would like to give a special thanks to Mark CABOVEJ A Student Council mem-
Veurink, our president, for leading the Student ber, hard at Work!
Cotmcil and also to all other members. They all
did a great job!!
BACK ROW: J. Olivier QOrat01'YJ, Mr. Juffer CAdVisorJ, V.
Dyk qPoetrYD, C. Vander Wey CHumorousD. FRONT Row:
L. Hasse1erfHumorousD, K. VanVuren CDramaticsJ, L.
Meyerink fPoe1:ryJ, G. VanderTuin CDramaticsD
National Honor ociety
BACK ROW: B. Vreugdenhil, L. Hasseler, M. Van
Dusseldorp, D. Kuipers, M. Veurink, D. DeVe1der,
K. Walkling. FRONT ROW: J. Olivier, T. Pheifer,
R. VanZee, J. DeLange, B. Kuipers.
BACK ROW: QLEFT TO RIGHTD L. Kuipers, M. Hoekstra,
J. DeLange, V. Walkling, M. Veurink, 1. Oliver, Mr.
Bonnema CADVISORD MIDDLE ROW: S. Lefers, J. VanZee,
L. Meyerink, K. VanVuren, M. DeLange, M. Feenstra, G.
Lieuwen. FRONT ROW: J. DeLange, jo VanZee QEDITORJ
L. Hasseler CEDITORJ T. Pheifer, B. Munneke.
What you are looking at now is the
finished product of the Annual staff's
hard Work this year. One of their main
jobs was going out and selling ads in
order to help finance the annual. Though
it may not look it, putting together a
yearbook is a lot of Work. We hope our
Work Wasn't in vain, and that you'll en-
joy this annual.
EDITORS: Joann Van Zee and Lynda
BACK ROW M Hoekstra, L. Hansum, R VanZee R
Pheifer L Dykshorn, P. Kuipers, D. Keegal D Keegal
FRONT ROW S. Lefers, J. DeLange, M. DeLange R
Sybesma E Bok, D. Meyerink, Mr. juffer CAdv1sorJ
The Photo Club, under
the direction of Mr. fluf-
fer, held monthly meet-
ings in which they learned
about the camera, how to
take pictures and develop
them. The club held a
bake sale and two hot
lunches to help finance
their activities. They
had monthly photography
contests in which an over-
all Winner was chosen.
The members also took
pictures for the Annual,
the main photographers
being P. Kuipers, E. Bok,
and L. Dykshorn.
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BACK ROW: C. jongejeugd, M. Feenstra, G. Vander Tuin, K. Feenstra, J. Dyk, Mr.
Bonnema QAdvisorJ MIDDLE ROW: V. Sterk, K. VandenBos, N. Sybesma, B. Munneke,
J. VanZee, K. Pekelder, K. Walkling. FRONT ROW: B. Kuipers, G. Lieuwen, I.
Olivier fAsst. Editorj M. Van Dusseldorp Cl-Editorl K. VanVuren, K. OverWeg.
The Cadet Staff did a fine job keeping
the students of D. C. H. S. informed this
year. They Worked under the direction
of their editor. The Cadet comes out
once a month. It is distributed to all stu-
dents of Dakota, and also sent to various
schools around the area. The staff, along
with their editor, Worked very hard, and
We Want to thank them for the good job
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Published by The Students of Dakota Chrisiian High School
BACK ROW: L. Dykstra, J. Overweg, K. VandenBos, B.
Veurink, M. Feenstra, J. VanZee. FRONT ROW: P.
DeVries, B. Vreugdenhii, CAsst, Editorb L. Meyerink.
QEditorJ Miss Walvort CAdvisorJ
L. Meyerink editor, B. Vreugden
hil assistant editor.
The Dakota Star is the other news-
paper put out by D. C. I-I. S. students.
The Star is printed about 5 times a year
This paper is sent to the four churches
which support our school, and given to
the members there. Our thanks to the
Star Staff and editor for their hard Work
ROW ONE: QIEFT TO RIGHTJ D. Meyerink, E. Bok, P. Kuipers, J. Olivier, M. I-lubers, K. I-lubers, S.
Sybesma, V. Dyk, V. Sterk, ROW TWO: Mr. juffer fAdvisorj L. Dykstra, J. Mulder, P. Muckey, L. Maas,
B. Veurink, J. Overweg, P. Lieuwen, P. Feenstra, Miss Walvort fAdvisorj ROW THREE: L. Dykshorn, M
Van Zee, K. Vander Wey, J. Dyk, K. Kuipers, N. Sybesma, M. Baan I-Iofman, K. Feenstra, D. DeVelder,
K. Overweg, ROW FOUR: R. Van Zee, L. Hansum, B. Vreugdenhil, G. Lieuwen, S. Lefers, K. Van Zee, B
Munneke, M. Feenstra, J. DeLange, M. DeLange, L. Hasseler, ROW FIVE: M. Veurink, J. Sybesma, D
Kuipers, T. Pheifer, 1. DeLange, G. Vander Tuin, M. Van Dusseldorp, K. Van Vuren, C. Iongejeugd, L
Meyerink, J. Van Zee.
The Drama Club is one of the largest
clubs in D.C.H. S. Between acting or
Working on crews, many students are
involved. Even though many of them
never appear on stage, all the members
have their own job and Without each one
the plays couldn't be a success. The
director, Miss Walvort, also Worked
very hard throughout the year.
Congratulations to Miss Walvort and
the Drama Club for a successful year.
Our Director - Miss Walvort
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The first project for the Drama Club during
the year is the one-act plays, which were given
on Ocrober 23. The three plays given were
THE LEADER OF THE PEOPLE, a dramatic
play, THE PRINCESS WHO WOULD NOT
MARRY, a comedy selection, and REVOLT
OF MOTHER, a semi-dramatic play.
The play that was sent to the contest was
REVOLT OF MOTHER. Members of the cast
were L. Hasseler, T. Pheifer, M. Van Dus-
seldorp, J. Oliver, J. Dc-:Lange and L. Han-
sum. The play didn't receive a place, al-
though Lynda Hasseler received one of the
medals for best leading actress.
"PAPA WAS A PREACHEPC'
Edwin Porter .
Pearl Porter .
Hugh Porter .
Cecil Porter .
Edd Porter . .
Lucy Smith. .
jenny Smith .
Jeffrey Cole .
Miss Jonas . .
Bride . . .
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Karla Van Vuren
Randy Van Zee
The Buzzard Lope
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The Drama C1ub's last production for the year was the
spring play which was given April 21 and 22. PAPA
WAS A PREACI-IER is based in the book written by
Alyene Porter. The play tells the story of a minister's
family and some of the problems they encounter.
There were 15 members in the cast, with Mary Van
Dusselclorp and Jerry Olivier holding the leading roles
as Mother and Papa. Although it often goes unnoticed,
much time and work is spent by all the crews in
building the set and preparing for the play. A big
TI-LANKS to all the casts, crews, and directors, Miss
nDOnft let me interru tin Walvort and Karla Van Vuren QAsst.J for all their
p hard work spent on the spring play.
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1ST ROW: CLEFT TO RIGHTJ P. DeVries, M. Veurink,
rs, M. BaanHofman, M.
sl. Mulder, S. Lefers, V.
Dyk, S. Sybesma, P. Feenstra, K. Pekelder, K. Hube
Hubers, L. Hasseler. ZND ROW: P. Lieuwen, M. VanZee, M. Dyk, L. Maas, G.
VanderTuin, L. Meyerink, J. VanZee, G. Lieuwen, J. Vandenbos, B. Vreugdenhil
K. VanVuren, S. Dyk, V. Munneke. 3RD ROW: L. Visscher, L. Dykstra, D.
Veurink, C. Zomer, M. VanDusse1dorp, T. Pheifer, C. jongejeugd, P. Kuipers,
B. Kuipers, P. Muckey, M. Veurink, K. DeLange, A. VanVuren. 4TH ROW: J.
Olivier, R. Sybesma, D. Keegel, N. Niewenhuis, M. DeLange, B. Holleman, R.
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PIANISTS: CBACKD J. Vanzee, G. ZZPWP
Vande-rTuin, K. Overweg, QFRONTJ Our "dear" Director-Miss Barb
P. Lieuwen, L. Hasseler, M. Van- Walvort.
G1RL's vocAL MIXED VOCAL
During the 76-77 year there were 52 stu-
dents in our choir. The choir kept itself very
busy with concerts, contests, and the Fine
Arts Festival. The officers Were L. Meyer-
ink, and R. Van Zee, with K. VanVuren as
our student council representative. The
choir's first performance was on October 31
at the Reformation Day Rally. Next came the
Christmas Concert in which the choir sang
a cantata entitled, "His Love Reaching. . . "
The next Weeks were spent preparing for the
District Music Contest held in Lake Andes on
Feb. 2. The results were: G. VanderTuin l,
M. Veurink I, L. Hasseler I Cvocal Sz Pianob,
T. Pheifer I, L. Meyerink II-I-, J. Olivier ll,
BOY'S ENSEMBLE J. Sybesma ll, T. Kok II, R. Van Zee Ill-I-,
Girl's Vocal I, Swing Choir I, Boy's Vocal
I-, Mixed Vocal H+, Cirl's Glee ll.
The choir's final performance for the year
Was on May 10. Congratulations to the choir
and Miss Walvort for a year of hard Work 25
LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Hasseler, CPianistJ L. Meyerink, T. Kok, T. Pheifer, B. Kuipers
B. Vreugdenhil, J. Oliver, G. Lieuwen, M. Veurink, J. VandenBoS, K- VELHVUIGH, J-
Sybesma, 1. VanZee, L. I-Iansum, G. VanderTuin, R. VanZee, M. Va11Dusseldo1p.
The representatives chosen for
All-State Chorus this year were J.
Sybesma,.L. Hasseler, L. Meyer-
ink, R. VanZee. It was held in
Huron, with high school students
from all over South Dakota being
represented. They were there for
two days, spending most of their
time at practice sessions preparing
for the evening concert. Thank you y
All-Staters for representing us! l
Fine Arts Festival
FUTURE TEACHERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: QBACK ROWJ K.
Van Vuren, M. Feenstra, I. Van Zee, CMIDDLE ROWJ C.
jongejeugd, S. Lefers, G. Vander Tuin, Mrs. Helwerda,
QAdvis0rj G. Lieuwen, B. Murmeke, J. Van Zee CFRONT
ROWD B. Vreugdenhil, 1. DeLange, T. Pheifer, M.
FUTURE NURSES: S. Lefers, M. Advisor-Mrs. juffer
DeLange, and M. Van Dusseldorp.
This year the Cross -Country teams
did quite Well. They had a very success-
ful season record with the Junior Varsity
undefeated in 5 meets. The Varsity fin-
ished Znd to the Marion team in the
region and then with a great comeback
beat them in the state meet. Our boy's
finished 7th in the State meet. Good Job
Also for the first time this year Da-
kota had girl's running in Cross-Country.
We sent 4 girl's to the RegionaI's and to
State Where they finished 6th. They all
did a fine job and We're very proud of our
Girl's and Boy's Cross-Cotmtry Teams!
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Kok, D. Kuipers, FRONT ROW-K. De-
Lange, J. VandenBos, K. Kuipers, K.
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J. Deliange, J. VanZee, B.
Veurink, J. Overvveg.
BOY'S JR. VARSITY: BACK ROW-T.
Beltman, W. Zylstra. MIDDLE ROW-
K. Kuipers, R. Nydam, B. Kok, D.
Keegel. FRONT ROW-K. Kuipers, S.
Knoll, Mr. Groen CCOACHJ, V. Mun-
neke, D. Veurink.
OTTOM ROW: QLEFT
O RIGHTJ R. Walkling,
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Lieuwen, B. Veurink.
ND ROW: K. Walkling.
I . Overweg, M. Hu-
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OW: V. Dyk, J. Dyk,
T . Vandenbos. TOP
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STUDENT MANAGERS: CLEFT TO RIGI-ITD
S. Lefers, G. Lieuwen, D. DeVe1der, B.
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FOUR: I. VanZee, N.
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THREE: M. Feenstra,
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Pheifer. ROW ONE:
Mr. Duane Buys coached his
girl's to 12 Wins and 4 losses this
year. The team placed 2nd in Dis-
trict 27 losing to the Stickney
Raiders in the champions hip game.
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in the season. The girls worked
hard and did a good job. We will be
looking forward to another exciting
and successful season next year!
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B. Schipper, D. Schelhass, Mr. Buys Ccoachb, B. Kok, R. Nydam, W. Zylstra, K.
Kuipers, A. VanVuren, S. Dyk, S. Knoll.
The 1. V. boy's basketball
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season ending with a 14-3
record. They learned teamwork
gained friendships, and also
had lots of ftm. The boys also
participated in the Freeman
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STUDENT MANAGERS: CLEFT TO RIGHTD O.
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FROM LE FTD Marcy DeLange, Joann Van
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LTE RNATES: CTOP TO BOT-
TOMB Lynda Hasseler, Barb
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Let,s Hear It!!
BOY'S JR. VARSITY CHEERLEAD-
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High chool Days
Where Memories Are Made
"Kiss me, you fool!"
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The king of the greasies.
Bonnema's boredom strikes again!
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"Man, do I feel spaced out!" What's the matter, Randy and
Wayne, too much pre-e-essure?
irlas Track Team Captures
BACK ROW: K. Vanden Bos, J. Dyk, M. Van Dusseldorp, N. Niewenhuis, K. Kuipers,
J. VanZee, P. DeVries. SECOND ROW: I... Meyerink, 1ManagerD V. Dyk, M.
De Lange, T. Pheifer, S. Lefers, B. Kuipers, P. Feenstra, J. Mulder, B. Vreug-
denhil, QManagerb. FRONT ROW:j. Overweg, L. Mass, P. Lieuwen, C. jongejeugd,
A. Zylstra, M. Huhers, B. Veurink, R. Walkling.
The girl's track team had a very successful season
this year. They succeeded in placing either first or
second at almost all of the meets they Went to. They
also won the Regional meet and took home the
Conference trophy for the third year in a row. The girls
won several trophies and set many new records.
GREAT JOB GIRLS! ! !
COACH: Mr. Duane Buys
Class B Track Crowns
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of 32 points in the rain at Huron to win the Class B champion
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The Cadettes Won two of the events. J. Overweg took
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relay team ofj. DeLange, J. Van Zee, B. Veurink and J.
Overweg won the race in school record time. The 880 relay
quartet of B. Veurink, P. Feenstra, B. Kuipers and M.
DeLange placed second, and the same group placed fourth in
the medly. The mile relay combination of P. Feenstra, K.
Kuipers, J. Van Zee and B. Kuipers were third. The 440'
relay team of T. Pheifer, P. Feenstra, B. Kuipers and M.
DeLange were third in school re cord time. The final points
were from a fourth place finish by M, DeLange in the 100
Other members of the team that attended the meet, but
weren't able to place were 1. Van Zee in high jump, M.
I-Iubers in hurdles, J. Overweg in the 880 yard run.
We at D.C.H.S . are all very proud of you girls and want
to congratulate you on the great job you did! We also know
without God's help, none of it would have been possible.
So as was inscribed on the championship trophy,
"TO God Be The Glory!"
Boy,s Track Team
BOY'S TRACK-QFRONT ROWJ D. Meyerink CStudent Managerb K. Kuipers, K. Delaange
J. Dyk, M. Veurink, 1. Vanden Bos, T. Kok, QMIDDLE ROWJK. Kuipers, R. Nydam,
L. Hansum, T. Beltman, I. DeLange, D. Schelhaus, Mr. Veldhouse QCoachJ QBACK
ROWJ B. Kok, D. Kuipers, R. Van Zee, D. Van Zee, R. Pheifer, B. Holleman, D.
The boy's track team also had a successful season
this year. They took home many first place trophies
including the Conference and Regional for the first
time ever. They also set new records in almost every
GREAT JOB GUYS! ! !
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Track Meet, missing the runner -up trophy by only one
The boys placed in six events with one gold medal, that
in low hurdles by J. DeLange, who also added a third in the
high hurdles. L. I-Iansum copped second in the two-mile
run in school record time. The two-mile relay team of J.
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turned in a new school record while placing fourth in that
event. The medley relay combo of I. Dyk, R,' Van Zee,
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and B. Kok in the high jump.
Congratulations Guys! ! !
Girl's intramurals was very exciting
this year with Sharon's Red Barons Win-
ning by just 25 points after jan's jokers
were leading all year long. The names of
the other teams competing were 1oann's
jolly Joes, Murph's Serfs, Karla's Kooks
and Marcy's Motormouths. The teams
competed in several sports including
softball, basketball, speedball, floor
hockey, volley ball, tug of War, row-
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Ding1e's Ding-a-lings, Kruipers
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Jr.- r. Banquet
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Waitress and Waiters - K. Overweg, B. Schipper, N. Niewenhuis, K. DeLange,
P. Lieuwen, R. Pheifer, K. Walkling, D. Meyerink.
junior - Senior Banquet
and Scripture .... Mr. I-lolwerda
Master of Ceremonies. Brent Veurink
junior Toast of
Welcome ...... Barb Vreugdenhil
Prophecy ...... Vernon Walkling
Senior Class Will. . . Mark Veurink
Senior Toast of Thanks Mary Van
Closing Prayer .... Mr. Juffer
Head Waitress and Waiter: Pam Feenstra
and Anthony Van Vuren
Master of Ceremonies - Brent
The Jubilata Singers
Parent- r. Banquet
PARENT-SENIOR BANQUET OF 1977
Ceremonies. . Mr. Albert Kuipers
Welcome .... Mrs. A. jongsma
Devotions . . . Mr. Terry Veldhouse
Group Singing . Miss Berb Walvort
Toast to Parents jim De Lange
Special Number. Faculty
Toast to Seniors Mr. EdWinVeurink
Class Prophecy. Faculty
Special Number. Parents
Prayer .... Mr. Holwerda
Faculty Special Number
The Senior Girls
The Senior Guys
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Randy Van Zee QSec. -Treasurerj,
Ken Lieuwen QVice-Presidentb,
CSEATEDD Mary Van Dusseldorp
CPresident D Mr. Veldhouse
Graduates of 1977
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Our foundation is laid, We are ready to
build for God.
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man lay than that is
Building for Cod
May 27, 1977
Invocation . . . Rev. William
Senior Address . Mary Van
Special Number. Senior Class
Address .... Rev. Paul Bakker
Class of '77 and
Honor Students Mr. I-lolwerda
Diplomas . . . Mr. Harold
Special Number. Choir
Closing Prayer . Mr. Veldhouse
COrganist . . . Mrs. Ron Van
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