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DEDICATION A n era is an a m b i v a l e n t thing. It is chronological yet quite unmeasurable in time, w e l l defined yet inextricably interwoven with past a n d future, personal yet greater

t h a n any

man.

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menon is that with which this book concerns itself, being an attempt to record, to underscore, a n d to honor the accomplishments a n d aspirations of Irwin J. Lubbers in his tenure as President of Hope College. A t the b e g i n n i n g of this, his second, d e c a d e it seems most proper that we, the students a n d faculty who are the college, pause a moment with him to reflect upon the past a n d try to see the future in true perspective. Coming f r o m a f a m i l y steeped in the t r a d i t i o n of Hope, Irwin J. Lubbers acquired

a

broad

back-

ground in g r a d u a t e w o r k at Columbia a n d N o r t h western Universities, in serving as p r i n c i p a l of a prep a r a t o r y school in South India, a n d as Assistant to the President at C a r r o l l College. From 1934 to 1945 he led

Central

College

through

those

depression

years so p a i n f u l a n d precarious for the small, private college a n d t h r o u g h years of w a r which drastically reduced student enrollments. Hope College in the years f o l l o w i n g W o r l d W a r II was f a c e d with problems of even greater complexity, such as a spiraling enrollment, an i n a d e q u a t e physical plant, an o v e r t a x e d faculty, a n d inevitably strained financial resources. The i n a u g u r a t i o n of Irwin J. Lubbers as seventh president of Hope College in 1945 signified the advent of a new era because, not content with pious hopes or with existential solutions, he pursued a p r o g r a m which was to cope with the r a d i c a l l y c h a n g e d circumstances without altering the t r a d i t i o n a l character a n d flavor of the institution. Neither doctrinaire l i b e r a l nor conservative, the philosophy of this man is, nevertheless, not obscure. It is perhaps best f o u n d in his contention that "only

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leaders

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exercise

authority

without e n d a n g e r i n g f r e e d o m . " This MILESTONE, w e d a r e to hope, witnesses to the enviable response of a man to his times, to the "Lubbers' Era."

IRWIN J LUBBERS


CONVOCATION


TABLEOF CONTENTS

IMPRESSIONS

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THE COLLEGE

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SOCIETIES

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FRATERNITY A N D SORORITY

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ATHLETICS

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SENIORS

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UNDERCLASSMEN

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ADVERTISING

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CHAPEL Humanity at 7 : 5 9 A . M . A l t h o u g h the chapel is the scene of that impressive annual ceremony known as Convocation, it is much more intimately associated in the mind of the a v e r a g e Hope student with the often stimulating, though occasionally laborious, b e g i n n i n g of the d a y .

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DISCOURSE H o p e M e m o r i a l C h a p e l provides a striking b a c k g r o u n d f o r events r a n g i n g f r o m the a c a d e m i c p a n o p l y of o p e n i n g ceremonies to the reflective m o o d of Religious Emphasis W e e k . But the o p e n i n g days a l l o w of little reflection as students lose themselves in a chaos of registration lines, bookstore qrowds, g a p i n g neophytes, a n d upper class reunions. The semester's treadmill has begun.

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ORIENTATION

Rosy A p p e a r a n c e s . During their first week on Hope's campus, freshmen l e a d the p r o v e r b i a l " L i f e of R i l e y . " Being h a m p e r e d only occasionally by relatively distasteful things such as p l a c e m e n t e x a m s a n d p r o g r a m scheduling, they a r e f e t e d at a f o r m a l faculty reception, amused at the Y-sponsored beach p a r t y , a n d f o o l e d at the Freshman M i x e r .

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LEGISLATION

Brutal Realities. G i l b e r t a n d Sullivan have nothing over Hope College when it comes to the judicial proceedings of this week. Stern juries, obstinate judges, and severe penalties d o little to reassure the i m p l o r i n g glances of the anxious d e f e n d a n t . The sardonic amusement of upperclassmen at K a n g a r o o Court is matched only by the a p p a l l i n g d e g r a d a t i o n of the freshmen.


Humanists, social scientists, a n d administrators call this v e n e r a b l e structure home. Built shortly after the turn of the century, Van Raalte Hall provides the first evidence of the impact of the Lubbers' a d m i n i s t r a t i o n on Hope's campus. Renovation of classroom facilities, r e m o d e l i n g of the main floor as a home for a d m i n i strative offices, provision for an office of the student g o v e r n m e n t , a n d d e v e l o p m e n t t h r o u g h t h e Koffee Kletz a n d television lounge t o w a r d a student union give some i n d i c a t i o n of the scope of efforts m a d e to i m p r o v e this center of college activity.

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Fall is a many s p l e n d o r e d t h i n g , a n d a m o n g its facets is f o o t b a l l , an A m e r i c a n derivative of English r u g b y . A l t h o u g h the Flying Dutchmen cannot be said to win incessantly, they seldom f a i l to present an a f t e r n o o n of g o o d entertainment. A m i d the d e a f e n ing clamor can be h e a r d the resounding strains of the H o p e College Band, the i m p l o r i n g calls of the emb a t t l e d cheerleaders, a n d the cries of the A r c a d i a n s .

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Blood, sweat, a n d tears are not peculiar to Sir W i n s t o n Churchill's w a r t i m e Engl a n d , but a r e shed annually at a p h e n o m e n o n occurring on the banks of the Black River. Inspired efforts by the freshman team a n d coach n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g , the sophomore class, impelled by t r a d i t i o n , was victorious. Regardless of the outcome, however, weeks of intensive t r a i n i n g , g o o d - n a t u r e d rivalry, a n d the i n t a n g i b l e support of morale girls made this year's event, as always, u n f o r g e t a b l e .

STRIFE

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A N D PROGRESS

Progress may mean all things to all men, but it certainly seems an a p p r o p r i a t e description of this year of the " L u b b e r s ' Era," so noted as it was for construction activity. O f course, a g r o u n d b r e a k i n g ceremony is only the culmination of a strenuous process of financial c a m p a i g n i n g , consulting architects, d r a f t i n g , a n d contracting. The new Men's Dormitory a n d the Music Building can hardly fail to fulfill longfelt needs a n d p r o v i d e for future expansion.

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HOMECOMING BEAUTY W h e n alumni a n d friends of the college return to H o l l a n d f o r the H o m e c o m i n g w e e k e n d , they are e n g u l f e d in a m e l a n g e of p a r a d e s , athletic contests, open houses, banquets, a n d reunions. Yet b e n e a t h the gloss a n d p a g e a n t r y a n d p r o m p t e d by the spirited c o m p e t i t i o n a m o n g societies f o r the a d j e c t i v e " b e s t " a m o n g floats a n d house decorations, lie many c r a m p e d , w e a r y hours of p l a n n i n g a n d l a b o r , wrested steadfastly f r o m a c a d e m i c pursuits.

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Homecoming is an event common to the A m e r i c a n c o l l e g i a t e scene, but on every campus it has a charm all its o w n . The flavor of homecoming at Hope College can perhaps best be sensed in the imposing a r r a y of beauty that is the Queen's Court, this year comp osed of Ethelanne Peelen, Yvonne Nyenhuis, Jocelyn Fryling, Shirley Schaafsma, N o r m a Damstra, Suzie Van Slageren, a n d Barbara Grootenhuis under the sovereignty of Isla Van Eenenaam.

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If night dates, " s a c k o u t " periods, a n d coo p e r a t i v e study are discounted, the library may truly be said to be a place where the intellect ranges freely. It is no mere platitude at Hope to call the l i b r a r y " t h e heart of the c a m p u s , " for a continually e x p a n d i n g collection of books a n d periodicals, the installation of steel stacks a n d carrels, a n d the a d d i t i o n of microfilm facilities have made Graves Library invaluable to the striving young scholar. Another evidence of the " L u b b e r s ' E r a " is the construction just this year of an a d v a n c e d l a b o r a t o r y for use by the students of the modern languages.


Be he an Iowa f a r m e r or N e w York suburbanite by o r i g i n , the student at Hope C o l l e g e has ample o p p o r t u n i t y to taste of a v a r i e d cultural diet. Besides the usual series of symphonic, o p e r a t i c , a n d virtuoso programs sponsored by the H o l l a n d Civic Music Association in c o l l a b o r a t i o n with Hope College, guest o r g a n i z a t i o n s such as the Baylor University Glee Club a p p e a r at intervals on campus. The H o p e student, if his tastes a n d ability impel him, can not only p a r t a k e of these offerings, but may himself enter the realm of creativity in junior a n d senior recital.

AESTHETIC


Late into the night burn the lights of the Science Building. From amidst the o d o r s a n d maze of a p p a r a t u s so characteristic of the scientific disciplines e m e r g e students w h o a r e well p r e p a r e d to t a k e their place in the g r o w i n g ranks of H o p e men in science. The most t a n g i b l e evidence of superiority in the study of physical a n d natural science at H o p e C o l l e g e is r e a l i z e d t h r o u g h a n n u a l e n d o w m e n t s f r o m many respected firms.

CONCENTRATION


The Nykerk Cup Contest sponsored by the student council annually pits against each other the freshman a n d sophomore girls in vocal, d r a m a t i c , a n d o r a t o r i c a l rivalry. The enthusiasm of the c o m p e t i t i o n i n v a r i a b l y results in a pleasurable evening f o r the students in a t t e n d a n c e , if not for the g a l l a n t ladies who are the principals. This y e a r , a p p a r e n t l y as undisciplined as last, the girls of the freshman class e m e r g e d victorious f r o m the nineteenth annual contest.

JUBILATION

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CHRISTMAS PEACE

A m i d the relentless drive of c o n t e m p o r a r y A m e r i c a n society, the student at Hope College, despite occasional laments, soon becomes unconsciously a t t a c h e d to the tranquility of Sunday a f t e r n o o n in H o l l a n d . The Pine Grove, central to the college campus a n d revered as an e x c e p t i o n a l remnant of virgin timber, seems most nearly pastoral in d e e p (or, if you must, mid-) winter, with the mellow chimes of Hope M e m o r i a l C h a p e l prov i d i n g a fitting reminder of the hour in a w o r l d of timeless speculation.

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CHRISTMAS MUSIC

Music is a p a r t of Christmas. As the angels, a b o v e the ancient Judean p l a i n , a n n o u n c e d with heavenly music the birth of the Savior, so on Hope's campus the joy that springs f r o m peace a n d g o o d will finds its finest expression in song. The classic the simple joy and d i g n i t y a n d conviction of " T h e Messiah, firm f a i t h of the carols a n d hymns, i n t e r p r e t e d each year by the c o l l e g e musical o r g a n i z a t i o n s , renew in the hearts of the students the h a p p y r e a l i z a t i o n that man a n d G o d i n d e e d may dwell t o g e t h e r .

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While liberal education traditionally consists in a search for eternal stand a r d s of truth, beauty, a n d goodness, even the Platonist can h a r d l y a v o i d reducing his ideals to a mere struggle for physical survival w h e n final examinations a p p r o a c h . Fortunate is the H o p e scholar if research a n d seminar papers are out of the w a y , for these are weeks o f " a l l - n i g h t e r s , " no-doz pills, a n d early morning trips for life sustaining coffee.


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A n d r e w C a r n e g i e dispensed the greatest p a r t of his f o r t u n e in g i v i n g libraries to townships a n d colleges, but, rather significantly, he f o u n d it necessary to give H o p e C o l l e g e her gymnasium. A f t e r serving for nearly 5 0 years, the o l d b u i l d i n g d e m a n d e d a f a c e - l i f t i n g , a n d in view of the many functions f o r which the b u i l d i n g now serves, the Schouten-Carnegie G y m nasium has become a major center of campus activity. That the " o l d g i r l " shows the strength of her builders is e v i d e n c e d in her survival of such footloose a n d f a n c y - f r e e affairs as the Penny C a r n i v a l .


CONVIVIALITY

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The most a p p a r e n t evidence of the expansion characteristic of the " L u b b e r s ' E r a " is the construction of the new Music Building a n d the Men's Dormitory. These structures will fill a long a n d p i n c h i n g need. The music d e p a r t m e n t has historically c o n t e n d e d with i n a d e q u a t e a n d inconvenient facilities.

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The lack of a d e q u a t e men's housing has not only c o m p l i c a t e d the p r o b l e m of the Dean of Men but also has in a real sense limited the expansion of the college. Thus this year's additions in instructional a n d housing facilities must be considered a g i a n t stride o f progress.

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TITILLATED

I n t o x i c a t e d w i t h v i c t o r y , the A r c a d i a n men rejoice over their victory in the 17th a n n u a l AllC o l l e g e Sing, d o i n g c r e d i t to the stoutness o f their c o m p e t i t i o n . The A r c a d i a n s under J a m e s N e e v e l w o n w i t h a masterful r e n d i t i o n o f "One World."


SCOTCH AND

RYE

Dressed for the part, the Delphi lassies came through more than the rye to capture first place in the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing. The finished a n d picturesque presentation of " C o m i n ' through the Rye" was d i r e c t e d by M a r c i a V e l d m a n . Cochairmen of the 1 9 5 6 Sing w e r e Barbara K l o m p a r e n s a n d T e d Redding.

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The resurgence of life in the Spring is a c c o m p a n i e d by feverish o u t d o o r activity on the p a r t of the student b o d y , occasionally at the expense of academics. Particularly p r o m i n e n t on campus ' d u r i n g these days a r e the Faculty of Music a n d its students, with their ambitious plans f o r junior and senior recitals, Symphonette a n d C h a p e l Choir tours. These are hectic, expansive, u n f o r g e t a b l e days.

FORMALITY


Spring, for some students, means a faster t e m p o of activities a n d new exhilera t i n g experiences. If one can rouse himself f r o m the e n e r v a t i o n of spring fever, he can hear the call of the o p e n sea; a n d a sail on n e i g h b o r i n g Lake M i c h i g a n is not difficult to a r r a n g e .

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NOSTALGIA . . . . the first sleepless night in a new a n d cluttered room . . . . the a w a k e n i n g f r i e n d s h i p between roommates . . . . the a n i m a l parties . . . . the g r i e f of your best f r i e n d . . . . study after lights out . . . . p a c k i n g for the first Christmas trip home . . . . GLAMOR . . . . the first f o r m a l with that certain b o y . . . . descending the Voorhees staircase . . . . the long faculty line at the first reception . . . . the correct teas . . . . farewells a f t e r t h e p a r t y . . . . PROGRESS . . . . initiation at Voorhees . . . . s o p h o m o r e antics at V a n Vleck . . . . junior aspiration a n d senior sophistication at Durfee . . . . all this spells Sanctuary.


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ENERVATION

Prepared by long hours on the beach and on the r o o f of Durfee Hall, the pastel beauty of Hope's coeds reigns supreme d u r i n g the Festival of the M a y Pole. The queen, Lois Tornga, a n d her court symbolize the return of beauty to a w i n t e r - w e a r y campus, a n d b e g i n n i n g o u t d o o r athletic activities i n d i c a t e the r e n e w a l of e n e r g y . There is evidence, however, that the transition is not always made without difficulty.

CELEBRATION


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COMMENCEMENT


THE

COLLEGE



The Board of Trustees is the g o v e r n i n g b o d y of Hope College. It consists of f o r t y - t w o members a n d the President of the college. Nine members are selected by The G e n e r a l Synod, five by the Board of Trustees, and the r e m a i n d e r by the various classes or particular synods of the Reformed Church. They hold office for six years a n d ar.e the regularly constituted c o r p o r a t i o n under which the college acts. The energy and foresight o f the Board is to a l a r g e d e g r e e responsible for the progress a n d expansion of H o p e College d u r i n g the "Lubbers E r a " .


PRESIDENT OFTHECOLLEGE forty


iU Irwin J. Lubbers A.B., Hope College A . M . , Columbia University Ph. D., Northwestern University LL. D., Central College Litt. D., H o p e College Litt. D., Rutgers University

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You d o n ' t know them well if you know them o n l y officially. T h e y ' r e efficient a n d a f f a b l e in the discharge of official duties, but at home they're p r o u d of their t w o sons a n d their three g r a n d c h i l d r e n , they're gracious and c o m f o r t a b l e hosts, t h e y ' r e interesting p e o p l e . " A l w a y s r e m e m b e r , " President Lubbers once r e m a r k e d to a g r o u p of guests, " t h a t there are g o o d friends of yours living in the president's h o m e . " He was right.

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C o m i n g to H o p e in 1 9 5 4 with an extensive backg r o u n d in philosophy a n d psychology, Dr. W i l l i a m V a n d e r Lugt assumed the duties of A c t i n g Dean just this y e a r , in the absence of John W . Hollenbach w h o is on an e x t e n d e d leave of absence at the University of Cair o. As Dean of the C o l l e g e , Dr. V a n d e r Lugt's p r i m a r y responsibility is the direction of the ac adem ic p r o g r a m of the college, a n d the f o r m u l a t i o n of ac adem ic policy in conjunction with the Educational Policies C o m m i t i o e of the faculty.

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DEAN OF WOMEN C o m i n g f r o m Berea C o l l e g e in 1 9 4 6 , Dean Reeverts spends the greatest part of her time a r r a n g i n g f o r w o m e n ' s d o r m i t o r y a c c o m m o d a t i o n s a n d counseling i n d i v i d u a l w o m e n students. Besides b e i n g hostess to many student a n d faculty gatherings at G i l m o r e C o t t a g e , Miss Reeverts acts as advisor to A l c o r , Pan-Hellenic Board, a n d various w o m e n s service groups. A c a d e m i c a l l y , she teaches a limited schedule of courses in the English Department, specializing in the V i c t o r i a n p e r i o d . M i l t o n L. H i n g a served Hope f o r many years as coach a n d Director of Athletics, discontinuing these duties in 1948 to assume the responsibilities of the Dean of Men a n d Director of Counseling. As Dean, he sees to the maintenance of order a n d g o o d behaviour of the men students. Dean Hinga is looking f o r w a r d e a g e r l y to the completion of the new Men's Dormitory which will localize his problems, if not solve them. The Dean serves as advisor to the Student Council, Blue Key, a n d the Men's House Board.

DEAN OFMEN

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PAUL E. H I N K A M P , B.D. (1918) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; B.D., M c C o r m i c k T h e o l o g i c a l Seminary,• A . M . , H o p e College. Registrar

HENRY J. STEFFENS, A . M . (1946) A.B., H o p e lege; A.M., Northwestern University. Treasurer

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Most of the o f f i c e space on the main floor of Van Raalte Hall is c o m m a n d e e r e d by four administrators concerned with a c a d e m i c a n d business aspects of m a i n t a i n i n g a college. O n e of the largest offices is under the supervision of the Registrar, Rev. Paul E. H i n k a m p , w h o has served the C o l l e g e in t e a c h i n g a n d a d m i n i s t r a t i v e c a p a c i ties since 1918 a n d this y e a r comes to the time o f his retirement. M r . A l b e r t Timmer, Director of Admissions, is c o n c e r n e d with the p r o b l e m of limiting the enrollment in the f a c e of an increasing number of a p p l i c a t i o n s . The duties of the Treasurer, M r . Henry Steffens, d a i l y become more complex as the C o l l e g e continues an era of progress a n d expansion. M r . Rein Visscher, Business M a n a g e r , is concerned with most activities on the campus, his interests r a n g i n g f r o m the efficiency of the Koffee Kletz to the entertainment of visiting parents at Commencement. Albert H. Timmer, A.M. (1923) A.B., Hope College; A.M., University of Michigan. Director of Admissions.

REIN VISSCHER, Business M a n a g e r

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ADMINISTRATION


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The affairs of the Alumni a n d Publicity OfFice are under the g e n e r a l supervision of M r . C l y d e Geerlings. Specifically he handles publicity f o r college affairs through releases to newspapers, a n d travels p e r i o d i c a l l y to p r o m o t e alumni relations. Mrs. M a r i a n Stryker has been Secretary of the Alumni Association a n d Editor of the quarterly Alumni M a g a z i n e since 1 9 4 7 . Documents, p h o t o g r a p h s , a n d other materials p e r t a i n i n g to the history of H o p e C o l l e g e are collected by the archivist, Miss Janet M u l d e r .

M A R I A N A . STRYKER, A.B. (1947) A.B., H o p e Col l e g e . E d i t o r , A l u m n i M a g a z i n e ; S e c r e t a r y of A l u

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THE FACULTY

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D O N A L D F. B R O W N , Ph.D. (1949) A.B., W h e a t o n C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of I l l i n o i s ; Ph.D., U n i v e r sity o f I l l i n o i s . Professor of S p a n i s h ; H e a d of Department of Spanish

ROBERT W . C A V A N A U G H , Ed.D. ( 1 9 4 0 , 1946) A.B., U n i v e r s i t y of W i s c o n s i n ; B.Mus., A m e r i c a n C o n s e r v a t o r y of M u s i c ; M u s . M . , A m e r i c a n C o n s e r v a t o r y o f M u s i c ; Ed.D. in M u s i c , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . Professor o f M u s i c T h e o r y a n d V o i c e ; H e a d of Dep a r t m e n t of M u s i c

CLARENCE DE G R A A F , Ed.D. (1928) A.B., C a l v i n C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y o f M i c h i g a n ; Ed.D., U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . Professor o f E n g l i s h ; H e a d of t h e D e p a r t m e n t of E n g l i s h

D. I V A N DYKSTRA, Ph.D. (1947) A.B., H o p e Coll e g e ; Th.B., W e s t e r n T h e o l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y ; Ph.D., Yale U n i v e r s i t y . Professor of P h i l o s o p h y ; H e a d o f D e p a r t m e n t of P h i l o s o p h y

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W I L L I A M J. HILMERT, B.D. (1952) lege; B.D., Western Theological fessor o f R e l i g i o u s E d u c a t i o n

A.B., H o p e Seminary.

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J. HARVEY KLEINHEKSEL, Ph.D. (1928) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; M.S., U n i v e r s i t y of I l l i n o i s ; Ph. D., U n i v e r sity of I l l i n o i s . Professor of C h e m i s t r y

CLARENCE KLEIS, A . M . (1921) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . Professor of Physics; H e a d of D e p a r t m e n t of Physics.

ALBERT E. LAMPEN, A . M . (1918) A.B., H o p e Coll e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . Professor of M a t h e m t a i c s ; H e a d of D e p a r t m e n t of M a t h e m a t i c s

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NELLA MEYER, A . M . ( 1 9 2 3 , 1945) A.B., U n i v e r s i t y of W i s c o n s i n ; A . M . , C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y . Professor o f French

MARGUERITE MEYER PRINS, A . M . ( 1 9 2 1 , 1937) A . B . , H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y o f W i s c o n s i n . Professor o f F r e n c h ; H e a d of D e p a r t m e n t of French

METTA J. ROSS, A . M . (1926) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y o f M i c h i g a n . Professor of H i s t o r y

OSCAR E. T H O M P S O N , M . A . ( 1 9 2 6 , 1946) B.S., M t . U n i o n C o l l e g e ; M . A . , C o r n e l l U n i v e r s i t y . Professor of B i o l o g y ; H e a d o f D e p a r t m e n t of B i o l o g y

JOY K. TALBERT, Ph.D. (1954) A.B., U n i v e r s i t y o f N e w M e x i c o ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of K a n s a s ; Ph.D., U n i v e r s i t y of Kansas. V i s i t i n g Professor of E n g l i s h

GARETT V A N D E R B O R G H , A . M . (1923) A.B., H o p e College; A.M., Columbia U n i v e r s i t y . Professor of Education

W I L L I A M V A N D E R LUGT, Ph.D. (1954) A.B., C a l v i n C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y o f M i c h i g a n ; Ph.D., University of M i c h i g a n ; Litt. D., C e n t r a l C o l l e g e . Professor o f P s y c h o l o g y ; A c t i n g D e a n of C o l l e g e

JAMES DYKE V A N PUTTEN, Ph.D. (1952) B.A., H o p e C o l l e g e ; M . A . , C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y ; B.D., Presbyt e r i a n S e m i n a r y ; Ph.D., U n i v e r s i t y o f C h i c a g o . Professor of H i s t o r y a n d P o l i t i c a l S c i e n c e ; H e a d of D e p a r t m e n t of H i s t o r y a n d P o l i t i c a l Science


GERRIT V A N ZYL, Ph.D. (1923) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n ; Ph.D., U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n ; H o n . Sc.D., H a m l i n e U n i v e r s i t y . Professor of C h e m i s t r y ; H e a d of D e p a r t m e n t of C h e m i s t r y

J O H N J. VER BEEK, A . M . | e g e . A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of

(1950) A.B., H o p e ColM i c h i g a n . Professor of

Education

EDWARD J. W O L T E R S , College; A.M., University

A.M. (1926) of M i c h i g a n .

A.B„ Hope Professor of

Latin

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D W I G H T B. Y N T E M A , Ph.D. ( 1 9 4 6 ) A.B., H o p e Coll e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n ; Ph.D., U n i v e r sity of M i c h i g a n . Professor of E c o n o m i c s ; H e a d of D e p a r t m e n t o f Economics a n d Business A d m i n i s t r a tion

ERNEST E. ELLERT, Ph.D. (1947) A.B., A m h e r s t Coll e g e ; A . M . , C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y ; Ph.D., U n i v e r s i t y of N o r t h C a r o l i n a . A s s o c i a t e Professor o f G e r m a n

E D W A R D E. B R A N D , Ed.D. (1946) A.B., C e n t r a l Coll e g e ; M . A . , U n i v e r s i t y o f I o w a ; Ed.D., U n i v e r s i t y of D e n v e r . A s s o c i a t e Professor of English

JAY E. FOLKERT, Ph.D. (1947) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n ; Ph.D., M i c h i g a n State U n i v e r s i t y . A s s o c i a t e Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s

HARRY FRISSEL, Ph.D. (1948) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; M.S., I o w a State C o l l e g e ; Ph.D., I o w a State C o l l e g e . Associate

Professor of

Physics


MILTON College; fessor of

L. H I N G A , A . M . (1931) A.B., K a l a m a z o o A . M . , C o l o m b i a U n i v e r s i t y . A s s o c i a t e ProHistory; Dean of M e n

J A N T I N A W . H O L L E M A N , A . M . (1946) A.B., C e n t r a l C o l l e g e ; A . M . , C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y . A s s i s t a n t Professor of Music T h e o r y a n d

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ANTHONY KOOIKER, M.M. (1950) B.M., Northwestern University; M.M., Eastman University of Rochester. A s s o c i a t e Professor of Music T h e o r y a n d Piano

% E M M A M . REEVERTS, A . M . ( 1 9 4 6 ) , A.B., H o p e lege; A.M., University of M i c h i g a n . Associate fessor of E n g l i s h ; D e a n o f W o m e n

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A L V I N W . V A N D E R B U S H , A . M . (1945) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . A s s o c i a t e Professor o f H i s t o r y a n d P o l i t i c a l Science

HENRY V O O G D , Th.D. (1947) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; B.D., W e s t e r n T h e o l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y ; Th.D., Princeton T h e o l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y . A s s o c i a t e Professor of R e l i g i o n a n d Bible

MARY L. BREID, M.S. (1954) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; M.S., U n i v e r s i t y of I n d i a n a . A s s i s t a n t Professor of Physical E d u c a t i o n

PHILIP A . Maryland; University Biology

C R O O K , Ph.D. (1955) B.S., U n i v e r s i t y o f M.S., U n i v e r s i t y of N e w M e x i c o ; Ph.D., of P e n n s y l v a n i a . A s s i s t a n t Professor of

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RUSSELL DE VETTE, A . M . (1955) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . A s s i s t a n t Professor of

Physical

Education

PAUL G . FRIED, Ph.D. (1953) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of E r l a n g e n . A s s i s t a n t Professor of H i s t o r y

L A W R E N C E J. GREEN, Ph.D. (1952) A.B., C e n t r a l C o l l e g e ; M . S . , D r a k e U n i v e r s i t y ; Ph.D., U n i v e r s i t y of I o w a . A s s i s t a n t Professor o f Physical E d u c a t i o n

CHARLES A . L I N I N G E R , College; A.M., University fessor o f Economics

A . M . (1954) A.B., H o b a r t of C h i c a g o . A s s i s t a n t Pro-

LAMBERT J. P O N S T E I N , B.D. (1952) A.B., H o p e Coll e g e ; B.D., W e s t e r n T h e o l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y . A s s i s t a n t Professor of

Religion and

Bible

A . JAMES PRINS, A . M . (1946) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y o f M i c h i g a n . Assistant Professor

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English

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MM ESTHER M A C FARLANE S N O W , Hope College; A.M., Michigan A s s i s t a n t Professor o f G e r m a n

A . M . (1938) A.B., State University.

CHARLES A . STEKETEE, A . M . (1946) A.B., H o p e l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . Assistant fessor of

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Mathematics

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HENRY TEN H O O R , A . M . l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of fessor of English

(1946) A.B., C a l v i n M i c h i g a n . Assistant

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T H O M A S E. V A N D A H M , A . M . (1955) A.B., H o p e College; A.M., University of Michigan. Assistant Professor of Economics a n d Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

ROBERT C. V A N D E R H A M , A . M . (1949) A.B., De Pauw U n i v e r s i t y ; A . M . , De Pauw U n i v e r s i t y . A s s i s t a n t Professor of S o c i o l o g y

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ELVA V A N H A I T S M A , A . M . (1953) A.B., W e s t e r n M i c h i g a n C o l l e g e of E d u c a t i o n ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . A s s i s t a n t Professor of Speech

J O H N V. V A N I N G E N , M . B . A . (1955) A.B., H o b a r t College; M.B.A., University of M i c h i g a n . Assistant Professor of Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

J O H N E. VISGER, A . M . (1949) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of I o w a . A s s i s t a n t Professor of History

BARBARA C. W I L S O N , A . M . (1954) A.B., M a r y Baldw i n ; A . M . , T e m p l e U n i v e r s i t y . Assistant Professor of

Psychology

N O R M A B A U G H M A N , (1947) C o l l e g e of M u s i c , Cincinnati. Instructor in Voice

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ELEANOR M . DE PREE, A.B. (1950) A.B., Fine A r t s , SI. Louis, W a s h i n g t o n U n i v e r s i t y . A s s i s t a n t in A r t

E. F. GEARHART, A . M . (1954) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of I n d i a n a . I n s t r u c t o r in G e r m a n

RICHARD J. H A H N , M.S. (1954) A.B., U n i v e r s i t y of N e b r a s k a ; M.S., U n i v e r s i t y o f N e b r a s k a . I n s t r u c t o r in B i o l o g y

EUGENE C. JEKEL, M.S., (1955) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; M.S., P u r d u e U n i v e r s i t y . I n s t r u c t o r in C h e m i s t r y

HELENE P. KARSTEN, (1928) A m e r i c a n C o n s e r v a t o r y o f M u s i c , C h i c a g o . I n s t r u c t o r in Piano

CHARLES D. L O U C H , Ph.D. (1955) A.B., W o o s t e r C o l l e g e ; M.S., U n i v e r s i t y of W i s c o n s i n ; Ph.D., U n i v e r s i t y of W i s c o n s i n . A s s i s t a n t Professor of B i o l o g y

MARJORIE M, College; A.M., English

['ICKENS, Syracuse

A . M . (1955) A.B., H o p e University. Instructor in

PAUL E. REID, A . M . (1955) A.B., B a l d w i n - W a l l a c e C o l l e g e ; A . M . , O h i o State U n i v e r s i t y . Instructor i n Speech

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ROGER J. RIETBERG, S .M.M . (1954) A.B., H o p e Coll e g e ; S . M . M . , U n i o n T h e o l o g i c a l S e m i n a r y School of S a c r e d M u s i c . I n s t r u c t o r in M u s i c T h e o r y a n d O r g a n

HELEN V. S C H O O N , A . M . (1946) A.B., N o r t h w e s t e r n U n i v e r s i t y ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n . I n s t r u c t o r in E d u c a t i o n . D i r e c t o r of R e a d i n g C e n t e r

William College;

J.

Moerdyk,

M.D.,

M.D.

University

of

(1949)

A.B.,

Hope

M i c h i g a n . College

Physician.

MORRETTE I . RIDER, D.Ed. (1947) B.Mus., U n i v e r s i t y o f M i c h i g a n ; M . M u s . , U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n ; D.Ed, i n M u s i c , C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y . A s s o c i a t e Professor of M u s i c T h e o r y a n d I n s t r u m e n t a l M u s i c

MILDRED E. S I N G L E T O N , M.S. (1949) A.B., U n i v e r sity of O k l a h o m a ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of O k l a h o m a ; B.S., U n i v e r s i t y o f I l l i n o i s ; M.S., C o l u m b i a U n i v e r sity.

Librarian

M . LOIS BAILEY, A . M . (1954) A.B., M o n m o u t h Coll e g e ; A . M . , U n i v e r s i t y of W i s c o n s i n ; B.S. in L.S., W e s t e r n Reserve U n i v e r s i t y . Reference L i b r a r i a n

H O W A R D K. Z A N D B E R G E N , B.S. i n L.S. (1951) A.B., H o p e C o l l e g e ; B.S. in L.S., U n i v e r s i t y of I l l i n o i s . A s s i s t a n t L i b r a r i a n in C h a r g e of C a t a l o g i n g .

IRENE VER BEEK, A.B. A.B., C e n t r a l c u l a t i o n Assistant i n the L i b r a r y

College.

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CLINIC STAFF

M . Hoff, Dr. M o e r d y k , E. Zylstra, Mrs. M e y e r , E. V o l k e n b o r n .

HOUSEMOTHERS

Mrs. Hiles, Mrs. Den Herder, Mrs. Sfeininger, Mrs. Tellman, Mrs. Boeskool

SECRETARIES 1 Isf row: 2 n d row;

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D. Borr, T. A k k e r , H. Beukema, L. Dobben, S. Hollander. J. Buteyn, J. Huenink, D. Walters, J. Poest.


SOCIETIES



FACULTY EDWIN C. C O O N

CHRISTINE K. DENNY

JACK E. DE PREE

DONNA

R. HAKKEN

CLARENCE J. HUIZENGA

HONORS

O n e of the earliest innovations of the " L u b b e r s E r a " was the establishment of Faculty Honors. Since Hope College students are not e l i g i b l e for Phi Beta K a p p a membership, it was felt that the faculty should recognize distinguished students in some local f o r m a l i t y . Thus since 1 9 4 6 the faculty has selected a small g r o u p of honor students f r o m a m o n g the g r a d u a t i n g seniors, basing its selection on scholastic achievement, evidence of sterling character, leadership on the campus, a n d service to the college community. At a special honors convocation t o w a r d the close of the ac adem ic y e a r , the Faculty Honors students are presented with a citation of achievement, a n d shortly b e f o r e Commencement are ent er t a i n e d at luncheon by the faculty. To the honor students of the class of 1 9 5 6 , as well as to those of previous years, the students a n d faculty extend their felicitations.

ARTHUR H. JENTZ

LYNN I. POST

PENELOPE S. RAMAKER

NELL R. SALM

SUZIE V A N SLAGEREN

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1st Row: W . Beets, M . A d a m s , C. V a n d e r m y d e , M . H e s s e l i n k , Miss Reeverts, N . Row: B. G r o o t e n h u i s , L. T o r n g a , M . G o w e n s , D. H a k k e n , S. V a n S l a g e r e n .

S a l m , P. R a m a k e r . 2nd

Alcor is an honor society of senior w o m e n , chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, c h a r a c t e r , a n d service to the college. Alcor aims to stimulate cultural a n d a c a d e m i c as well as social interests at Hope. These purposes are accomplished through v a r i e d projects, such as a series of films chosen for their artistic merit; Int e r n a t i o n a l night, which features the talents of many f o r e i g n students; a n d numerous all-college teas, the most i m p o r t a n t of which is the Honors Tea for students on the Dean's List. Alcor is perhaps most f a m i l i a r to campus students through its chief moneym a k i n g project, the selling o f c a n d y a n d fruit in all dormitories a n d f r a t e r n i t y houses every W e d n e s d a y night.

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Werff,

E. C o o n . 2nd

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J. A d a m s , T. N i l e s , R. Bed-

i n g f l e l d , R. Ten H a k e n , W . L a t h a m , A . J e n t z , J. De Pree, D. V a n Etten.

Blue Key is a n a t i o n a l h o n o r a r y f r a t e r n i t y composed of senior men chosen for their scholastic a b i l i t y , character, a n d service to the college. A l t h o u g h it is t r a d i t i o n a l l y an honor society. Blue Key renders many significant services to the college. The student's life on Hope's campus is m a d e more convenient a n d pleasant by the annual publication of the Student G u i d e a n d the m a n a g e m e n t of the book store, the profits f r o m which have p r o v i d e d for the r e m o d e l i n g of the Klefz a n d the Student Lounge. The f r a t e r n i t y also undertakes to serve as ushers a n d to distribute programs at various college events.


PHI ALPHA THETA

1st Row:

L. Post, A . N i e n h o u s e , Miss Ross, P. R o m a k e r , D r . F r i e d , M . A d a m s , C. H a m m e r , R. O r t q u i s t .

The G a m m a O m i c r o n c h a p t e r of Phi A l p h a Theta, n a t i o n a l h o n o r a r y f r a t e r n i t y in history, was o r g a n ized on Hope's Campus in 1 9 5 0 by the late Dr. Ella H a w k i n s o n . Recognizing p a r t i c u l a r l y superior attainments a n d scholarship in the field o f history, Phi A l p h a Theta also d e m a n d s a g e n e r a l excellence in c o l l e g i a t e study f r o m its members.

Delta Phi A l p h a is a n a t i o n a l h o n o r a r y f r a t e r n i t y r e c o g n i z i n g superior accomplishment in the study of G e r m a n l a n g u a g e a n d literature. Standards for entrance a r e established by the local G a m m a Chi c h a p t e r , w h i l e this y e a r ' s p r o g r a m , under the d i r e c t i o n of W i l m a Beets, was d e s i g n e d p r i m a r i l y to stimulate interest in the historic G e r m a n culture.

1st Row: W . Beets, E. V a n D y k e , M . V a n Der H o v e n , D. S t o f f r e g e n , J. K r o m a n n , D. W e i s s , J. De V r i e s . 2nd Row: D. De V r i e s , Dr. F r i e d , G . H o n d o r p , N . D a m s t r a , L. T o r n g a , J. W a l c h e n b a c h , D. V a n E e n e n a a m , D. V a n Etten.

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E. S o u t h l a n d , C. V a n d e r m y d e , S. V a n S l a g e r e n , B. G r o o t e n h u i s , N . D a m s t r a . 2nd

Row:

J. Kools,

D. V a n Etten, M r . H a h n .

The Student A f f i l i a t e Chapter of the A m e r i c a n Chemical Society is c om pos ed of upperclassmen w h o plan to make chemistry their profession. Q u a l i f i e d speakers are h e a r d at the regular monthly meetings, a n d students present projects and papers a i m e d to further their k n o w l e d g e of

Beta Beta Beta is a national h o n o r a r y f r a t e r n i t y selected f r o m students m a j o r i n g in b i o l o g y a n d p r e - m e d i c a l students. The A l p h a E t a c h a p t e r , located at H o p e College, attempts to stimulate an interest in b i o l o g i c a l studies through lectures by q u a l i f i e d visitors a n d scientific films.

chemistry. 1st Row: M . L a o m a n s , R. K o r t e l i n g , W . Beets, T. N i l e s , F. B r o w n , Dr. V a n Zyl J. H a m e l i n k . 2 n d Row: D. De V r i e s , J. C o o k , J. V a n D y k e , H. H a r r i n g t o n , M r . J e k e l , P. S t a a l , D. N i e n e k e r , R. D e c k e r , A . T e i t s m a , L. S t e g i n k

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1st Row P. R a m a k e r , J. A d a m s . 2nd Row: M , A d a m s , I . H o e k s e m a , C. M a t h e i s , S. U n d e r w o o d , M . H o s p e r s , R. Voss, I. V a n E e n e n a a m , J. G o u w e n s , J. K r o m a n n , N . D a m s t r a . 3rd Row: J. De V r i e s , J. Ten Pas, R. B a r t l e s o n , G . H o n d o r p , R. Ritsema, R. L e s n i a k , K, H o e l l r i c h , D. V a n E e n e n a a m , A . J e n t z .

STUDENT COUNCIL Counseling

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This y e a r , through membership in the N a t i o n a l Student Association of College Student Governments, the scopt and effectiveness of the Hope College Student Council has been greatly increased. The ratification of a new c o n s t i t u t i o n , the streamlining of the committee system, a n d the institution of the A l l - C o l l e g e Formal were a m o n g a f e w of its major accomplishments. The members of this year's council are g r a t e f u l for the generous support of the student b o d y .

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1st Row: V. V a n d e r b o r g h , N . D a m s t r a , D. J o h n s o n , B. V a n P u t t e n , B. B u r n e t t , A . B l o o d g o o d , J. B r a a k . 2nd Row: D. V a n E e n e n a a m , M . V a n D o o r n i k , L. S i e d e n t o p , M r . t e n H o a r , H. H a r r i n g t o n , J. S o e t e r , A . H i l l , J. De V r i e s , J. M a r t i n .

MILESTONE Larry S i e d e n t o p Editor-in-Chief

It is the sometimes l a m e n t a b l e responsibility of the Junior Class to publish a n n u a l l y the " M I L E S T O N E , " in which is r e c o r d e d the c o l l e g e y e a r ' s n u m e r o u s a n d v a r i e d occurrences. W o r k , c o m m e n c i n g with the o p e n ing o f the first semester a n d c u l m i n a t in g with long nights ' n e a t h e a r l y A p r i l moon, has resulted in 2 0 8 pages p o r t r a y i n g the H o p e a c a d e m i c year 1 9 5 5 - 1 9 5 6 . The staff will be satisfied if it has c o n t r i b u t e d something to that progress which it feels characterizes the " L u b bers' E r a . "

Betty B u r n e t t Faculty E d i t o r

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James Buys Advertising Editor

David Van Eenenaam Activities Editor

J o h n Soeter Business M a n a g e r

Joseph M a r t i n Sports Editor

Maurice Loomans Desk Editor

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A n c h o r l i n e s t a f f ; Vic A m b e l l a s , A r t M a r t i n , K e i t h H o s k i n s , Miss M . Pickens, Roger L e o n a r d , D i a n e V i c h a . A d e l e D i n g e e

Henry

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N e w s E d i t o r Joyce L e i g h l e y Features E d i t o r S a l l y S c h n e i d e r

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The A N C H O R b e g a n the year as a weekly newspaper under the direction o f W a r r e n Buitendorp. At the close of the first semester, co-editorship was assumed by M a r i a n n e W i e r k s a n d Robert W i n t e r , w h o resumed p u b l i c a t i o n on a b i - w e e k l y basis. Primary aims of the A N C H O R staff this year have been to publish a n e w s p a p e r d e v o t e d to better c o v e r a g e of campus news, freer expression of student o p i n i o n , a n d a higher s t a n d a r d of f e a t u r e w r i t i n g . To the latter end, the year saw the p u b l i c a t i o n of several issues of the A N C H O R LINE, a supplement o f o u t s t a n d i n g student w r i t i n g selected by the Creative W r i t i n g Seminar, under the direction of Miss M a r j o r i e Pickens.

ANCHOR

1st Row: D. C a s s i e , R. J. Peck, M . F e r g u s o n , S p a a n , D. D e t h m e r s , T. F. B i r d s a l l , D. M a x a m ,

W.

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Wierks,

Robert

Winter

V a n d e r S c h a a f . 2nd Row: B. J e f f r e y , J. M a c E a c h r o n , J. L e i g h l e y , H. V a n Heest, L. H o e k s e m a , M . W i e r k s , A . De Pree, P. R a m a k e r . 3rd Row: S. S c h n e i d e r , D. H a r r i s , W . B u i t e n d o r p , R. V a n W a r t , W . L a t h a m , M . D e c k e r , A . H i l l , H. R i t s e m a , B. B u r n e t t , H. D o e l e .

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1st Row: M . V a n Es, M . A d d i s , D. H e s s e l i n k , S. G r a v e s , J. C o n k l i n , E. V a n d e Z a n d e , A . B l o o d g o o d , J. B a i r d , J. K i n n e y . 2nd Row: A . V a n Lente, M . V e l d m a n , S. Pas, M . F e r g u s o n , J. B l u n t , J. F r y l i n g , B. K r u i z e n g a , M . T e n H a k e n , B. G r o o t e n h u i s . 3rd Row: L. T o r n g a , R. Te G r o t e n h u l s , M . R o z e b a a m , F. R o u n d h o u s e , M . H a g e m a n , G . K l e i s , M . A d a m s , L. V a n ' t H o f , D. StofFregen. 4th Row: G. De J o n g , M . Pasma, M . G o w e n s , N . J o n k e r , E. Peelen, C. Luth, R. W r i g h t , V. V a n d e r b o r g h , M . O r t q u i s t . 5th Row: N . V a n d e r W e r f f E. Te H e n n e p e , N . Petty, T. N i l e s , D. D e t h m e r s , T. Ten H o e v e , G. L a m a n , A . M a r t i n , R. D e c k e r , R. Yin. 6th Row: A. Fassler, D. C o o p e r , R. V a n d e r K o l k , J. N e e v e l , W . V a n d e r Yacht, G . M e e u s e n , S. H a r r i n g t o n , R. Bast, W . B r o o k s t r a , G. K r u y f , H. B r o w n .

CHAPEL CHOIR Dr.

Cavanaugh,

Director

The Hope C o l l e g e Chapel Choir under the direction of Dr. Robert W . C a v a n a u g h is comprised of sixty student voices. M e m b e r s h i p in the Chapel Choir is determined by i n d i v i d u a l tryouts held at the b e g i n n i n g of each school y e a r . The choir, which sings each morning at the chapel services, can also be h e a r d at various college functions, a n d in p r o g r a m s in the churches of the vicinity. In the spring of the year on their annual tour, the choir presents its sacred p r o g r a m in Reformed Churches throughout the country. The choir has a p p e a r e d in concerts from Los Angeles to N e w York. This year the tour took the Chapel Choir t h r o u g h the states of N e w York a n d N e w Jersey.

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Isl Row: M . W a r n s h u i s , M . H o s p e r s , T. De V r i e s , H. Voss, N . D a m s t r a , A . W e e n e r , J. A l b e r s , N . L u b b e n , H. W a d e , L. Bos, R. B r u i n s , C. Mc C a h o n , C. De V r i e s , M . W e l s h , W . De V e y . 2 n d Row: L. Thorns, R. Kish, J. Vos hel, C. B e u k e r , D. S k i n n e r , J. K o r v e r , C. H o u g h t a l i n g , J. T a l m a d g e , M . K o t l i n , G. Breen, C. B r a n d t , C. D e n n y , C. M i l l e r , N . M e e r m a n , D. Paris. 3rd Row: S. U n d e r w o o d , P. M a a t , S. M e i s t e , N . T u b e r g e n , J. F e n d t , D. Preston, D. De Beer, D. S t i c k l e , J. K i n g m a , J. V a n D u i n e n , K. K u r t h , M . L o r t e n h o v e n , B. J e f f r e y , C. C l o e t i n g h , M . B u r g g r a a f f , C. M a t h e i s , L. H o e k s e m a . 4th Row: R. Voss, P. K n o l l , A . D i n g e e , G . V o n E m b u r g , M . V a n d e r P l o e g , C. Schut, D. F a r n s w o r t h , T. Z y l m a n , C. V e r Beek, C. V a n d e r L o a n , R. M a t h e w s , D. De J o n g h , U. H u n t , H. J o f f e r , N . D e m e r e s t , C. l u i d e n s . 5 f h Row- G. W e b s t e r , W . Bouwer, D. Cassie, L. Schut, R. V a n d e r S c h a a f , J. H o o d , R. Ritsema, L. De W i t t , D. L i n d s k o o g , H. S t e g e n g a , H. R i t s e m a , R. Y o n k e r s , M . V a n d e r W i l t , M . D e c k e r , D. Scott.

CHANCEL CHOIR

Mr.

Rietberg, Director

The Chancel Choir, open to all students w h o are interested in singing in a musical o r g a n i z a t i o n , is under the direction of Mr. Roger Rietberg. The choir takes part in many of the college activities including the annual Homecoming a n d Christmas vespers. In a d d i t i o n , they sing at c h a p e l services for several weeks d u r i n g the school y e a r . Together with the C h a p e l Choir they f o r m the chorus for the annual p e r f o r m a n c e of Handel's " M e s s i a h . "

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Kooiker, Director

MEN'S GLEE CLUB Dr.

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1st Row. D. M a r t i n , J. K r o m a n n , N . K a n n e l l , M r . R i d e r , M . W e l s h , M . H o s p e r s , W . Roy. 2nd Row.- Z. G i d e o n , Miss H o l l e m a n , J. M a c E a c h r o n , J. G o u w e n s , E. P l u m e r t , C. F r a n z , R. R y n b r a n d t , R. Ritsema. 3rd Row: C. N o r m i n g t o n , L. R o w e l l , S. Dressel, C. L i n d a h l , M . H e s s e l i n k , H. Ritsema, 4th Row.- C. Langej a n s , W . M e e n g s , K. B r o w e r , H. H a r r i n g t o n , E. N i e n h o u s e .

SYMPHONETTE The Symphonette, o r g a n i z e d t w o years a g o , consists of thirty selected members f r o m the H o p e College Orchestra. Under the direction of Dr. Rider it presents a f e w concerts in H o l l a n d a n d in n e i g h b o r i n g cities as well as g o i n g on an annual spring tour.

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L. H o e k s e m a , J. Blunt,

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Much of the work of the Y M C A was co-ordinated with that of the Y W C A throughout the y e a r . Following the a n n u a l Fail Banquet for freshmen sponsored by the Y's, they joined to support the Mission Drive and

Religious Emphasis W e e k with

results. A Q u a d r e n n i a l Conference in Athens, O h i o , attended by

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Hope, helped to stimulate a n d strengthen a w o r l d - w i d e Christian awareness under the theme of "Revolution and Reconciliation." Y M - Y W p r o g r a m m i n g was further enhanced through

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1st Row. L. R o w e l l , E. Te H e n n e p e , Dr. B r a n d , M r . Ver B e e k , R. O r t q u i s t , V. M a x a m . 2nd Row: T. Ten H o e v e , R. Y i n , T. H a r r i s , L. V a n d e r W e r f f , G . H o n d o r p , D. V a n E e n e n a a m , J. De V r i e s , A . J e n t z .

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1st Row.- S. U n d e r w o o d , M . F e r g u s o n , E. S o u t h l a n d , L. H o e k s e m a , C. V a n d e r m y d e , S. Y n t e m a , J. Talm a d g e , R. B o e n d e r , D. S c h m i d t . 2nd Row: J. V a n L e r p , M . H o s p e r s , A . D i n g e e , F. P a r k e r , D. S t o f f r e g e n , H. J o f f e r , E. H a l b e r s m a , E. Z y l s t r a , B. J e f f r e y , B. V a n d e r J a g t , R. H a a d s m a , D. De Beer, B. Burnett.

The w o m e n at Hope p l a n n i n g full-time Christian service have o r g a n i z e d K a p p a Delta to share their common spirit. Through this group's meetings the numerous members may hear of the e x p e r i e n c e a n d ideas of those w h o have a l r e a d y begun their post college activities.

A l p h a Chi is composed of pre-seminary students a n d those who intend to enter full-time Christian service. The g r o u p meets once a month for fellowship, devotion, a n d discussion of problems which may f a c e them w h e n eng a g e d in their vocations.

1st Row.- G . V a n E m b u r g , D. Cassie, J. V a n d e r M a l e , M . V a n D o o r n i k , L. Rowell, L. V a n d e r W e r f f , R. S t e p a n e k . 2nd Row: G . L a m a n , R. L e o n a r d , L. Eissenhart, N . D e c k e r , D. V a n d e r H e y , S. H a y e s , E. C o o n , B. B a r t l e s o n , E. Te H e n n e p e .

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1st Row. R. Bruins, G . K l e i s , M . R o z e b o o m , M . H o s p e r s , J. B a i r d , B. B u r n e t t , D. J o h n s o n . 2nd Row-. E. V a n d e Z a n d e , C. K u y p e r , J. V a n D o o m , R. Kish, F. K r a m e r , M . K l y n , Miss Reeverts, M r s . S t e i n i n g e r .

Every coed, d u r i n g the summer months before entering Hope College, receives a letter f r o m a " b i g sister" p r e p a r i n g her for college life. So it is that the coed becomes a c q u a i n t e d with W.A.L. A l l women on campus are members of the Women's Activities League, which is governed by a b o a r d consisting of representatives f r o m classes, sororities, a n d the other women's organizations. A m o n g this year's activities was sponsorship of the M a y Day festivities, the Christmas Party, a n d the Penny Carnival.

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1st Row: J. L e i g h l e y , B. B u r n e t t , M . H e s s e l i n k , S. V a n S l a g e r e n , M . De W i t t , M . G o w e n s , B. G r o o t e n huis, J. C o n k l i n . 2nd Row-. E. V a n D y k e , M . De Y o u n g , J. W e s s e l s , B. V a n Putten, F. P a r k e r , J. Evert, P. B o e l h a u w e r , Miss B r e i d .

The W o m e n ' s Athletic Association supervises all w o m e n ' s intramural sports activities. Members e n g a g e in intercollegiate sports with similar associations of other colleges.

The duty of the Athletic Debt Diggers is to sell c a n d y at both f o o t b a l l a n d basketball games. Half the proceeds are turned over to the Athletic Department; the other half is a l l o c a t e d for some g i f t to the campus.

1 si Row-. K. Peelen, W . Beets, F. K r a m e r , N . L u b b e n , K. R y n b r a n d , F. B r o w n , H o e k s e m a , C. M a t h e i s , B. B r o o k s t r a , M . G o w e n s , M . N e w t o n , P. M a a t .

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1st Row: F. Parker, Miss Ross, R. Voss, L. H o e k s e m a , D. S t o f f r e g e n , R. K i m , L. Thorns. 2nd Row: R. W i l l i a m s , D. D e t h m e r s , D. Cassie, L. S i e d e n t o p , J. P l a s m a n , Dr. F r i e d , E. Te H e n n e p e , B, B a r t l e s o n .

IRC During this, its tenth year on Hope's campus, the International Relations Club intensified its efforts to stimulate an i n t e r n a t i o n a l awareness by means of p r o v o c a t i v e speakers, student-faculty panels, a n d social contact with p e o p l e p r o m i n e n t in w o r l d affairs. O n a state a n d n a t i o n - w i d e level, delegates f r o m H o p e have a t t e n d e d the M i d w e s t IRC C o n f e r e n c e at Jacksonville, Illinois; the Little United Nations C o n f e r e n c e at the University of I n d i a n a ; a n d the N a t i o n a l IRC C o n f e r e n c e in P h i l a d e l p h i a . N e x t year will see the H o p e C o l l e g e IRC serve as host to the r e g i o n a l c o n f e r e n c e .

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COMMUNITY AMBASSADOR Under the H o l l a n d Community A m b a s s a d o r plan e v e r y summer some l o c a l y o u n g p e r s o n is g i v e n a n o p p o r t u n i t y to live a b r o a d as a m e m b e r o f the E x p e r i m e n t in I n t e r n a t i o n a l Living. As a n " E x p e r i m e n t e r " t h e a m b a s s a d o r lives as a p a r t o f a f a m i l y in a t y p i c a l h o m e o f t h e c o u n t r y he has e l e c t e d t o visit. N e l l S a l m , as H o l l a n d ' s C o m m u n i t y A m b a s s a d o r t o E n g l a n d this past summer, l i v e d on a N o r f o l k f a r m f o r several u n f o r g e t a b l e w e e k s . D u r i n g t h a t t i m e she l e a r n e d to pick a n d shell p e a s , f e e d chickens, p l a y tennis, set a t e a t a b l e , r e f e r to d i a p e r s as " n a p p i e s , " a n d to r e l a x in a n atmosp h e r e w h i c h a l l o w e d t i m e to live each d a y f r e e f r o m t h e cares o f the m o r r o w . She g r e w to love the quiet N o r f o l k countryside, the picturesque t h a t c h e d c o t t a g e s , the g a r d e n s b r i g h t w i t h f l o w e r s , the b l e a k N o r t h S e a c o a s t . She s h a r e d the l a u g h t e r o f a jolly, most " u n r e s e r v e d " English f a m i l y . She met t h e i r f r i e n d s , t a l k e d w i t h t h e m , a n d l e a r n e d to u n d e r s t a n d a n d a p p r e c i a t e t h e English w a y of life to a much g r e a t e r e x t e n t t h a n she c o u l d have d o n e as a mere tourist. " E n g l a n d , " says N e l l , " i s n o w much m o r e to me t h a n a n a m e — a spot o n t h e m a p . It means w a r m m e m o r i e s a n d d e a r f r i e n d s . You see, I lived there. . .

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The Debate Team has actively p a r t i c i p a t e d in conferences at W a y n e , Central M i c h i g a n , M i c h i g a n State, A l b i o n , Calvin, a n d O h i o State. The topic under consideration for debate has been the g u a r a n t e e d annual w a g e . Hope's d e l i b e r a t o r s c o m p e t e d at the N a t i o n a l Speech Convention held in G r o v e City, Pennsylvania.

Pi K a p p a Delta is a n a t i o n a l h o n o r a r y fraternity which advocates forensic activity in d e b a t e , o r a t o r y , a n d e x t e m p o r a n e o u s speaking. H i g h l i g h t i n g the g r o u p ' s activities this year was a trip to G r o v e City, Pennsylvania, to p a r t i c i p a t e in the national d e b a t e contests.

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a A . De Pree, S. H a y e s , C. D e n n y , J. H e r r i c k .

O p u s , Hope's literary m a g a z i n e , is published annually, this year under the editorship of Christine Denny. The m a g a z i n e provides an o p p o r t u n i t y for p u b l i c a t i o n for those students w h o have literary talent a n d aspirations. Opus publishes the year's best w o r k in fiction, poetry, essay a n d criticism.

Pi Epilson Delta, better known as N a t i o n a l C o l l e g i a t e Players, is a national h o n o r a r y f r a t e r n i t y in dramatics. The chapter at Hope College is one of fifty-five chapters located in various colleges a n d universities across the nation. The bases f o r membership are both scholastic e n d e a v o r in the field o f d r a m a a n d p a r t i c i p a t i o n in actual theatre p r o d u c t i o n on campus. T. Ten H o e v e , P. d e M o y a , Miss V a n Kruyf.

H a i t s m a , J. R e d e k e r , G .

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1st Row: C. D e n n y , M . G o w e n s , S. V a n S l a g e r e n , M . A d a m s , C. V a n d e r m y d e . 2nd Row: W . B u i t e n d o r p , A . J e n t z , E. C o o n , B. J e f f r e y , J. N e e v e l , P. R a m a k e r , J. De Pree, L. T o r n g a , J. A d a m s , R. B e d i n g f i e l d .

To b e chosen f o r representation in " W h o ' s W h o A m o n g Students in A m e r i c a n Colleges a n d Universities" is no i n c o n s i d e r a b l e honor. H o p e annually choses 15 o u t s t a n d i n g seniors to be mentioned in this n a t i o n a l p u b l i c a t i o n . Those included are nomin a t e d on the basis of scholarship, service to college, leadership in a c a d e m i c a n d extracurricular activities, a n d , finally, promise f o r future d e v e l o p m e n t of self a n d society.

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1st Row: S. U n d e r w o o d , M . B r u m m e l , E. V r u g g i n k , C. D e n n y , Miss V a n H a i t s m a , J. N e e v e l , E. S m i t h , C. Roelofs, M . F'asma. 2nd Row: J. S o e t e r , T. Ten H o e v e , A . H i l l , C. H u i z e n g a , B. J e f f r e y , J. R e d e k e r , G. K r u y f , M . H a g e m a n , A . M c G o l d r i c k , J. Peck, C. M i l l e r , A . F a r n s w o r t h , N . M e e r m a n , J. G o u w e n s , P. d e M o y a .

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Palette a n d Masque, an affiliate of N a t i o n a l C o l l e g i a t e Players, started its year's activities with the p r o d u c t i o n of "The Late Christopher B e a n " by Sidney H o w a r d . This play was presented in conjunction with the festivities of Homecoming weekend. The classical d r a m a " A n t i g o n e " was Palette a n d Masque's December p r o d u c t i o n . The Greek t r a g e d y was a d a p t e d for the stage by Lewis G a l a n tiere from the work o f Jean Answith.

" T h e Late C h r i s t o p h e r B e a n "

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For its third p r o d u c t i o n , Oscar W i l d e ' s " L a d y W i n d e m e r e ' s F a n , " a social c o m e d y set in the 19th century, was chosen f o r presentation in M a r c h . Palette a n d Masque's final work of the season was the annual Children's Theater under the direction of the theater p r o d u c t i o n g r o u p . The selection this year was "Rumplestiltskin." The year's activities were closed with the annual M a y banquet.

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1st Row: C. V a n d e r M e e r , M . H u n t e r , L. H o e k s e m a , M . W e l s h , S. U n d e r w o o d , P. S i e n s t r a , A . M c G o l d r i c k , C. M i l l e r , J. K i n n e y . 2nd Row: J. De F r e e , B. K r u i z e n g a , M . B r u m m e l , Dr. Brq'wn, C. De V r e e , P. H o e k , A . F a r n s w o r t h , J. Peck, K. V a n d e Vusse.

" S a l u d o s , amigos . . brings to mind monthly meetings, usually at the home of Brown, which p r o v i d e pictures a n d discussion Spanish a n d M e x i c a n life f o r members of Spanish club.

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" E i n l a d u n g zum Deutschen Verein . . . " invites the numerous G e r m a n students on Hope's campus to f r e q u e n t meetings d e v o t e d to the study of Germanic art, music, a n d literature.

Jsf Row: D. S t o f f r e g e n , M . V a n Der H o v e n , C. De V r i e s , E. V a n Row: R. Samse, J. S o e t e r , J. De V r i e s , D. V a n E e n e n a a m .

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FRENCH CLUB

1st Row: E. C o o n , D. C h o r p e n t i e r . 2nd Row.- L. S i e d e n t o p , S. B o r k h o , M . H o e k m o n , B. K r u i z e n g a , D. D e c s , C. D e n n y , S. Y n t e m a , D. D e t h m e r s , Miss M e y e r . 3rd Row: J. O r m i s t o n , J. A l l e n , Y. N y e n h u i s , J. F r y l i n g , H. K n o l l , C. K l i n e s t e k e r , L. V a n ' t H o f , V. V a n d e r b o r g h , N . W h i t e , J. M a c Eachron.

"Venite . . invites Latin students to spend one evening a month in the f a s c i n a t i n g study of Roman culture a n d history. Student p a r t i c i p a t i o n demonstrates that the classics can still prove absorbing f o r c o n t e m p o r a r y youth.

" I I y a u r a une reunion . . . " these w o r d s g a t h e r together each month students w h o w a n t to know more a b o u t French than the g r a m m a r a n d more a b o u t France than the commonly known aspects of her culture.

1st Row: C. Z h e , B. B o o t s m a n , B. B u r n e t t , D. Preston, C. De Y o u n g , M . Row.- D. Cassie, E. Te H e n n e p e , M r . W a l t e r s , R. C a m p b e l l , A . J e n t z .

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1st Row: D. Ten H a k e n , C. F a l e r , C. H u i z e n g a , T. A n d e r s o n , J. R e d e k e r , G . M a r s h . 2nd J. Gross, M . L u b b e r s , P. H o e k , D. B r o o k s t r a , R. G o u l d .

The Business-Econ Club, since its o r g a n i z a t i o n in 1 9 5 0 , has been active in a c q u a i n t i n g interested students with current problems of business m a n a g e m e n t a n d in g i v i n g them a comprehensive picture of trends in the n a t i o n a l economy. Highlighting the p r o g r a m for this year have been lectures by people prominent in finance, a d v e r t i s i n g , a n d personnel administration.

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The Future Teachers of A m e r i c a Club acquaints the student with various aspects of the t e a c h i n g profession on both the e l e m e n t a r y a n d secondary levels. Through its monthly meetings, membership in NEA a n d MEA, the club develops an insight into the duties a n d the characteristic problems of the teacher.

1 si Row: M . N e w t o n , N . L u b b e n , J. J a r v i s , M . A d a m s , C. K u y p e r , C. M a t h e i s . 2nd Row: F. K r a m e r , M . V a n Der H o v e n , M . De W i t t , B. V a n Putten, G . Kleis, P. M o a t , D. W e i s s , J. K r o m a n n , N . G a i k e m a , C. H a m m e r , D. H e s s e l i n k , M . H e s s e l i n k . 3rd Row: J. T u t t l e , M . A d d i s , F. B r o w n , A . W e e n e r , M . V a n Es, E, V a n D y k e , K, R y n b r a n d , M . B u r g g r a a f f , E. P l u m e r f , F. P a r k e r , C. C l o e t i n g h , B. J e f f r e y , S. Pas, C. V a n d e r m y d e , E. S o u t h l a n d , S. U n d e r w o o d , L. H o e k s e m a , C. F r a n z . 4lh Row.- N . Petty, T. A n d e r s o n , M r . V e r Beek, L. L a m p e n , J. P l a s m a n , N . J o n k e r , M . Pasma, R. V a n d e r S c h a a f , J. A l l e n , K. H o s k i n s .

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The Pan-Hellenic Board, whose purpose it is to g o v e r n the sorority life on Hope's campus, is composed of three members f r o m each society, t w o representatives f r o m the freshman sorority, a n d the advisor. Miss Reeverts. The b o a r d regulates p l e d g i n g rules a n d activities, a n d discusses p r o b lems common to the societies.

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9 1 sf Row: C. K u y p e r , P. M a a t , B. K l o m p a r e n s , A . N e i n h u i s , Lente, J. C o n k l i n . 2nd Row: E. S m i t h , A . B l o o d g o o d .

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C o m p o s e d of t w o representatives f r o m each f r a t e r n i t y with Dean H i n g a as advisor, the InterFraternity Council functions in a c a p a c i t y similar to that o f the PanHellenic Board. All problems which are r e l a t e d to f r a t e r n i t y affairs are discussed a n d a c t e d upon by the b o a r d . Two joint meetings a year are held by the b o a r d s , at which time matters p e r t a i n i n g to both fraternities a n d sororities are discussed.

J. K r a n e n d o n k , O . B e c h t e l , J. De Pree, D. R i e m e r s m a , D. V a n

Etten, S. H a z e l t o n .

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A h a y - r i d e d a t e night a n d rehearsals for the N y k e r k Cup Contest i n i t i a t e d an active y e a r for the freshmen. A f t e r w i n n i n g the Nykerk t r o p h y f o r the second y e a r , the sorority b e g a n plans for the winter f o r m a l p a r t y . " C u p i d ' s C a p e r s " at the Pantlind Hotel in G r a n d Rapids was the successful result. Under the a b l e l e a d e r s h i p of A n n e De Pree, the g r o u p was d i r e c t e d in " N e w River T r a i n " at the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing, winning second-place honors. Spring activities included the " M a r r i a g e B o o t h " at the Penny C a r n i v a l , the i n f o r m a l party at Prospect Point, a n d joint meetings with fraternities a n d other sororities.

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1st Row: N . W h i t e , H. T a y l o r , J. K l a a s e n , M . C o s t i n g , J. V a n Reursem, I. B r a u n o h i e r , M . H o f f , J. P e e l e n , M . Ten H a k e n , S. G r a v e s , A . De Pree. 2nd Row: J. H a k e n , S. S c h a a f s m a , A . N e w h o u s e , R. K i m , H. N o r t o n , B. R e i n i n g a , J. G r o e n e w o l d , H. W a d e , M . H a n s e n , J. B r e m e r , A . H i l l a b r a n t . 3rd Row.- E. V o l k e n b o r n , C. H o n d o r p , T. De V r i e s , B. V a n V o o r s t , E. W e e d , L. Bruins, S. V o l k e m a , M . W e l c h , P. B o e l h o u w e r , H. V o s , N . H u i z e n g a , R. B o n i e l , W . De V e y , Y. C a r p e n t e r , A . T a z e l a a r , M . W a r n s h u i s , C. G a s k i n , M . V a n d e Poel, J. B o s m a n , J. W e s t r a t e . 4th Row: W . K e i z e r , C. Z h e , C. L u i d e n s , N . D e m a r e s t , J. W e s s e l s , A . Proas, M . De Y o u n g , D. C n o s s e n , B. V a n d e n B r i n k , M . De K o c k , A . T i l l e r , R. W e n d t , S. Dressel, G . B r e e n , D. S c h m i d t , M . W i l d s c h u t , J. K o r v e r , M . H o f f m e y e r , R. Voss, I. V a n E e n e n a a m , L. T h o m s , S. Troost, B. W e n z e l , J. M i l l e r . 5th Row.- C. B e u k e r , M . K o l e , M . Fischer, K. K u r t h , N . K a n n e l l , C. V a n d e r M e e r , J. V o s h e l , C. Luth, M . Exo, E. V a n d e r J a g t , C. B r a n d t , E. A r e n d s e n , H. H u n g e r i n k , S. M e i s t e , M . K o r t e n h o v e n , U. H u n t , J. A b m a , J. S h o r t , J. M u l d e r , D. S t i c k l e , J. Poll, B. M e r i c l e , V. W e s t r a , J. K o e m a n , J. M a c k a y .

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Delphi h a d a busy a n d an e n j o y a b l e y e a r . At H o m e c o m i n g Delphi c a p t u r e d first place with the " m o u s e t r a p " float constructed under the direction of B a r b a r a van Putten. This was also the w e e k e n d of one of our largest alumni luncheons, held at Third Church. In N o v e m b e r Delphis a n d their dates went on a treasure hunt; this evening was c l i m a x e d with a spaghetti a n d g a r l i c - b r e a d dinner a r r a n g e d by M a r c i a V e l d m a n . February was perfect for an a f t e r n o o n of t o b o g g a n i n g a n d skating at Echo V a l l e y a n d dinner a n d d a n c i n g in K a l a m a z o o . This year's i n f o r m a l p a r t y , p l a n n e d by Ethel Ann Peelen a n d M a r y Lou V a n Es, will be r e m e m b e r e d as one of the best. W i t h M a r c h came the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing. M a r c i a V e l d m a n d i r e c t e d us in a clever a r r a n g e m e n t of " C o m i n ' Through the Rye," which w o n first place. Spare moments this spring were spent on our b i g project of r e d e c o r a t i n g a n d refurnishing the sorority room. As the y e a r d r e w to a close, Delphi e n j o y e d a successful Spring Formal a n d a rollicking house party.

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Tst Row-. J. L e i g h l e y , M . R o z e b o o m , R. R y n b r a n d t , L. V a n ' t H o f , J. V a n D u i n e n , D. E l z i n g a , D. P h i l l i p s . 2nd Row.- V. Harts e m a , M . H o w a r d , B. K r u i z e n g a , F. B r o w n , B. G r o t e n h u i s , B. B r o o k s t r a , M . V e l d m a n , J. Evert, C. K u y p e r , M . V a n Es, E. V a n D y k e , C M i l l e r . 3rd Row: J. G o u w e n s , M . H a g e m a n , J. F r y l i n g , B. V a n Putten, M . V a n d e r H a v e n , D. Deas, D. J o h n s o n , G . M c C o r m i c k , N . D a m s t r a , R. Bruins, L. Bos, D. H a r d e n b e r g , A . W a r r e n , C. P l a k k e , B. Burnett, R. V a n d e n Berg, J. Peck. 4th Row: N . M e e r m a n , G . V a n d e r b o r g h , E. Peelen, D. Paris.

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A f t e r the summer v a c a t i o n , the Dorians became r e - a c q u a i n t e d for a y e a r of fun a n d fellowship at their a n n u a l f a l l house p a r t y held at Tim-Buc-ll. Sixteen new members j o i n e d the society at a w e l c o m i n g b a n q u e t at C u m e r f o r d ' s restaurant. H o m e c o m i n g was a busy w e e k e n d for the Dorians. They held their alumni b r e a k f a s t at the Tulip Room in the W a r m Friend a n d then rushed to see " K i t n a p p e d , " their float, in the h o m e c o m i n g parade. Everyone e n j o y e d the f o r m a l , " H a r v e s t M o o n B a l l , " held at Blythefield Country Club in N o v e m b e r . During the Christmas season, the Dorians continued their t r a d i t i o n of service by b u y i n g a n d w r a p p i n g f o o d a n d gifts f o r a needy f a m i l y . In January K a p p a Beta Phi held their d a t e night a n d h a y r i d e , culminating in a " r i p roarin' " square d a n c e . Ann B l o o d g o o d h e l p e d to a r r a n g e " S e a M o o d s " f o r the AllCollege Sing, a n d M a r g e r y A d d i s was chairman of the Penny C a r n i v a l b o o t h . Realizing that it w o u l d be the last big event of the year, the D o r i a n s s p a r e d n o efforts a n d t h o r o u g h l y e n j o y e d their Informal Party held in M a y .

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Isf Row: C. C l o e l i n g h , B. J e f f r e y , M . V o l l i n k , A . Poole, M . Posma, M . G o w e n s , J. B a r t o n . 2nd Row; J. V a n W i n g e r e n , N . J o n k e r , J. F e n d t , N . O u d e r k i r k , C. M a t h e i s , B. W o l f e , J. J a r v l s , J. K i n g m a , G . Kleis, C. V a n d e r m y d e . 3rd Row. C. N o r m i n g t o n , R. K r a m e r , S. H a c k m a n , Z. G i d e o n , E. V o l k e n b o r n , J. V e l d m a n , M . A d d i s , J. B a i r d , S. Y n t e m a , H. Brahs, R. Kish, J. Blunt, A . M c G o l d r i c k , P. P a r k e r , D. H e s s e l i n k , E. V a n d e Z a n d e , A . B l o o d g o o d .

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]sl Row. N . S w a r t , S. S m i t h , N . L u b b e n , M . L u i d e n s , M . A d a m s , M . B u r g g r o a f f . 2nd Row, E. S o u t h l a n d , P. M o a t , M . H u n t e r , E. P l u m e r t , F. K r a m e r , H. V a n Heest, E. C u r i e e , M . D e w i t t , M . F e r g u s o n , R. Te G r o t e n h u i s , J. B a r b e r . 3rd Row; S. H o p , S. Pas, C. M c C a h a n , C. H o u g h t a l i n g , B. J o h n s o n , J. T a l l m a d g e , J. V e r S c h u r e , E. S m i t h , A . W e e n e r , C. Ten H a k e n , S. U n d e r w o o d , S. S m i t h , M . H e s s e l i n k , S. M o n t e , J. K i n n e y , B. K r e m e r . 4th Row. D. M a i n e s , S. K l y n , C. M i c h a e l i s .

A f a l l house-party at Lake M a c a t a w a o p e n e d the year's activities for the Sibs. S o p h o m o r e a n d transfer students were soon p l e d g e d , t r e a t e d to dinner at the house of Shirley H o p , a n d taken on the annual Sib hike under M a r j o r i e De W i t t ' s direction. " T h e Egg a n d I , " the float constructed under Fran Kramer's supervision, w o n second place in the H o m e c o m i n g p a r a d e . N o v e m b e r was highlighted by the d a t e - n i g h t scavenger hunt. M a r i l y n Luidens led the chase, which c o n c l u d e d with refreshments at the M a r y Jane C a f e t e r i a . The M o r t o n House in February was the scene Ethel of the f o r m a l party, " W i s h i n g on a Star. Smith, M a r y Alice Ferguson, a n d their committees p l a n n e d w h a t turned out to be a successful evening. Dressed in red, white, a n d blue, the Sibs were d i r e c t e d by N a n c y Lubben in " O f Thee I Sing at the Hope C o l l e g e Sing in M a r c h . O t h e r Spring events included joint meetings with A . S . A . and the Knickerbockers, the Spring Informal, a n d a final house p a r t y .

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1st Row.- D. De Beer, P. R a m a k e r , A . N i e n h o u s e , B. K l o m p a r e n s , R, H a a d s m a , L. T o r n g a , M . H o l l a n d e r , E. Bylsma. 2nd Row: P. B r i n k , K. H a r d y , J. V a n D o o m , K. R y n b r a n d , N . G a i k e m a , M . W i e r k s , J. K r o m a n n , S. V a n S l a g e r e n , A . De Pree, M . D i e p h u i s , S. S c h n e i d e r . 3 r d Row: Y. N y e n h u i s , J. R y p m a , J. B r a a k , K. Peelen, M . P e e r b o l t , C. H a m m e r , M . Cossin, W . Beets, J. M a c E a c h r o n , J. T u t t l e , C. F r a n z , M . H o s p e r s , M . J. H o s p e r s , B. B o o t s m a n , J. A l b e r s .

A lively house party In September set the year's mood for Sorosltes. Enthusiastic pledges were soon a d d e d to the g r o u p , f e t e d at a dinner in The Red Brick Tavern at Plainwell, and introduced to the alumnae at the Homecoming luncheon. Following Christmas v a c a t i o n , Sorosites g a t h e r e d in Dr. Lubbers' home for a spaghetti dinner. In February the g r o u p held a successful f o r m a l party, " B r i g a d o o n , " at Spring Lake. The Spring season was h i g h l i g h t e d by the All College Sing, in which Jean Kroman directed Sorosites in " O l d King C o l e . " The annual Delphi — Sorosis St. Patrick's Day Tea, and the telegram service at the Penny Carnival were f o l l o w e d in M a y by the i n f o r m a l party at Castle Park. The year was concluded with a f a r e w e l l houseparty for the Sorosites.

Need

we

say

more?"

ninety-seven


Following

Before a p a r a d e

During

ninety-eight

a

hike

a

sale

A f a l l houseparty af C a m p G e n e v a was the first item on the Thesaurian 1 9 5 5 - 5 6 a g e n d a . Following this was the a n n u a l bike hike a n d weiner roast held at the M o o r i n g to w e l c o m e the new pledges. A f o r m a l a n d an i n f o r m a l initiation w e r e held for the p l e d g e s . The latter consisted of a variety prog r a m , slave sale, a n d a " b a l l a n d c h a i n " for each pledge. Thesaurians next became carpenters as they w o r k e d on their H o m e c o m i n g float, " G r e a t Expect a t i o n s , " under the d i r e c t i o n of Florence Parker. Plans for the h o m e c o m i n g luncheon w e r e also under w a y , supervised by Doris Stoffregen. In N o v e m b e r the Thesaurians turned f r o m carpentry to c o o k i n g , a n d p l a n n e d an Italian spaghetti dinner which p r e c e e d e d a scavenger hunt. This d a t e night was in c h a r g e of M a r l e n e H a r t g e r i n k . Janice Conklin was in c h a r g e of the winter f o r m a l , " T w i l i g h t S t a r s , " which was held in G r a n d Rapids a n d was the highlight of the Thesaurian social schedule. In M a r c h Janice Conklin d i r e c t e d the Thesaurians in the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing. To complete the year's a g e n d a , Thesaurians e n j o y e d a Spring Informal a n d a houseparty.


THETA GAMMA PI

1st Row: M . H a r t g e r i n k , C. De Y o u n g , H. V a n D y k e . 2nd Row: M . H o e k m a n , M . N e w t o n , P. Bont, A . D i n g e e , J. H e r r i c k , G. T e l l m a n , H. J o f f e r , D. Stoflfregen, E. Bolks, A . V a n Lente. 3rd Row: L. Z i l v e r b e r g , J. C o n k l i n , E. V r u g g i n k , C. De V r i e s , L. H o e k s e m a , F. P a r k e r , A . B r i n k , R. B o e n d e r , D. Preston, J. V a n L i e r o p .

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1955-56

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CHI PHI SIGMA

1st Row: J. W a l c h e n b a c h , V . H o f f m a n , E. V a n d e r K o o y , A . B i e r i , J. N e e v e l , J. E w i n g , J. V a n D y k e , G . H o n d o r p . 2nd Row: S. Y i n , L. R o w e l l , R. K e l l y , R. K a l e e , F. S w a r t , P. d e M o / a , L. Schut, K. V a n d e r L o a n , R. S c h r l e r , J. V e r S t e e g , R. Den U y l , D. S a s a k i . 3rd Row: K. K o l e , E. De J o n g , L. V a n d e r W e r f f , H. B r o w n , G . V e r W o e r l , P. K r a g t , J. K o t u n , C. D o o r n b o s , R. R. Z i m m e r m a n , E. C o o n , W . W e s t e n b r o e k , R. V e r d u l n , B r o c k m e i e r , P. Koets, R. L e o n a r d , R. W y m a , C . Roelofs. 4th Row: J. De W i l t , D. V a n d e r H y e , R. Peterson, K. S c u d d e r , J. W a s s i n k , L. De W i t t , J. P l a s m a n , M . V a n D o o r n i k , J. R e d e k e r , D. Van

Etten, R. Bast.

" i n the n a m e o f t h e w h i t e a n d t h e b l u e . "

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The ninth year of Chi Phi Sigma proved to be a successful one, with the a d d i t i o n of a w e l l - r o u n d e d p l e d g i n g class to the f r a t e r n i t y . Continuing their w i n n i n g ways, the A r c a d i a n s received the float championship, their fourth in the last six years, with " F o r W h o m the Bell Tolls." Transformed into "The Light H o u s e , " in o r d e r to welcome the alumni. The A r c a d i a n house w o n second place honors. The f r a t e r n i t y members had an o p p o r t u n i t y to become a c q u a i n t e d with the bride of our faculty advisor, M r . Roger Rietberg, at a party given after Christmas. "The Student Prince," the f o r m a l party held at the Pantlind Hotel, and the Spring party held at Prospect Point were the social highlights of the season. Under the direction of Jim Neevel, the A r c a d i a n s p a r t i c i p a t e d in the All-College Sing with " O n e W o r l d . " In a d d i t i o n , serenades a n d open houses continued to unite the men of the f r a t e r n i t y of service, love, a n d wisdom. O n the shores of Lake M i c h i g a n at the spring stag party, the senior members left Chi Phi Sigma to join the g r o w i n g ranks of alumni.

I

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Arcadian

Brothers

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KAPPA ETA NU

1st Row. A. Jentz, G . M a z z e i , R. V a n d e r L u g t , W . M e a n s , R. C o o k , J. G a l e r , R. Samse, J. M a r t i n , D. P a n g b u r n , R. C o r b i n . 2nd Row: R, L e s n i a k , M . K a u f m a n , C. L i n d a h l , W . M c N e a l , J. M e y e r , R. B e n n e t t , R, T u l e n k o , P. D u r k e e , R, W i l l i a m s Jr., H. M y e r s , R. Kessler, K. B o w l e r , J. T a k a s . 3rd Row: B. Brumels, K. H o s k i n s , G . B i t n e r , J. K r a n e n d o n k , R. B r o w n , C. P e t t e n g i l l , W . D i x o n , T. M c C a l l , S. B a r k h o , D. S t a p l e s , H. K n o l l , A . H i ' l , L. S i e d e n t o p . 4th Row: D. K i n k e m a , M . L o o m a n s , H. O v e r o c k e r , G. H o o k , J. R o n d a , R. De Forest, E. W e s t e r b e k e , W . L a t h a m , A . F r e y b e r g e r , M . B r u m m e l , N . Pool, K. H o e l l r i c h , R. V a n Ark, W . W a g g o n e r , W. Buitendorp.

Personal business Constructive

one hundred

business

two


The

Wizard

knows

it's

Homecoming . . .

For f h e m e n o f K n i c k e r b o c k e r t h e acade mic y e a r 1 9 5 5 - 5 6 b e g a n with a rigorous and successful rushing c a m p a i g n which brought the membership of the f r a t e r n i t y to a b o v e sixty. W h i l e much of the year was interspersed with d a t e nights a n d o p e n houses, "Black M a g i c , " the a n n u a l winter f o r m a l held at the O c c i d e n t a l Hotel in Muskegon, remains the most m e m o r a b l e social event. Spirit a n d unity in the f r a t e r n i t y were stimulated by a second place in the All-College Sing, in which the men of Knickerbocker directed by Nick Pool sang " T h e N e w Ashmolean M a r c h i n g Society a n d Student Conservatory B a n d . " This trend was a m p l i f i e d by a b l o o d drive a n d the completion of the coo p e r a t i v e study room in the basement of Graves Library. A sum o f money w a s d o n a t e d b y t h e fraternity to Graves Library in o r d e r to establish the T o d a y o n M e m o r i a l F u n d in books concerning the N e a r a n d M i d d l e East. M a j i d T a d a y o n , a former b r o t h e r , was killed in a tragic a u t o m o b i l e accident in June, 1954. C l i m a x i n g a highly satisfactory school year was the annual Spring Party where b o a t i n g , p r o m e n a d i n g , a n d d a n c i n g were the rule.

a n d so does Don Q u i x o t e

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The

international

m

flavor

one hundred

three


OMICRON KAPPA EPSILON

1st Row: D. Kroes, C. F a i l o r , D. B r o o k s t r a , R. De Y o u n g , B. V a n A r k , H. M u l d e r , J. De Free, R. O r t q u i s t , J. A d a m s , D. R i e m e r s m a . 2nd Row: L. Lup, D. T e u s i n k , D. W o o d c o c k , J. B a k e r , M . De W e e r d , D. D e t h m e r s , D. M a x a m , E. De W i t t , D. M e e u w s e n , J. W i n t e r , T. L u b b e r s , B. B r o o k s t r a , P. B o e r s m a , F. Leaske, H. Voss. 3rd Row.- T. H a r r i s , M . V a n d e r L i n d , J. E v e n h u i s , J. De Y o u n g , D. B y r o , C. R e i s i g , R. G a n t o s , J. De F o u w , J. Jeltes, D. V a n E e n e n a a m , B. T i m m e r , L. Ter M o l e n , C. V e r Beek, J. S t o u t , E. F u d e r , R. S a u n d e r s , J. Remmelts, J. F a b e r , P. B y l e n g a . 4th Row: S. W e e r s i n g , J. C o o k , H. D o e l e , J. W i n t e r , J. D o c h e r t y , H. H a r r i n g t o n , M . Peelen, D. Bosch, R. B e u k e r , J. H i l m e r t , G . M e e u s e n , N . L a n n i n g , K. F a b e r , E. N i e n h o u s e , D. M u i l e n b u r g , R. W i n t e r , G . B o e v e , D. S p o o n , J. V a n D a m .

The men o f Fraternal b e g a n this y e a r ' s activities with a successful rushing p r o g r a m that saw the a c c e p t a n c e of a select g r o u p of men into the membership of the Society. The p l e d g e initiation project, consisting of l a r g e p a d d l e s c o n t a i n i n g lists of Fraternal g r a d u a t e s since the late 1 8 0 0 ' s , was successfully c a r r i e d out by the pledges in the true spirit of Fraternal. The Fraternal Society held their annual winter f o r m a l , " L a Nuit a Paris," in the G r a n d Ballroom of the Pantlind Hotel, and it was e n j o y e d by those present. O t h e r events held throughout the school year included inter-fraternity sports competition, the W a s h i n g t o n Day Stag, the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing, the Frater Frolics, the i n f o r m a l Spring Party, a n d as a g r a n d finale, the annual Swan Song, which p a i d special tribute to the g r a d u a t i n g members of the Society. The Fraternal Society this year missed the presence o f their gracious housemother, Mrs. Ethel Robertson, w h o retired in the summer of 1 9 5 5 . The absence of her motherly g u i d a n c e , w o n d e r f u l sense of humor, a n d pleasant personality was i n d e e d a major loss to everyone. The

high

one hundred

and

four

the

mighty


Smilin'

Strummin'

Stewln'

Sittin'

one hundred

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PHI KAPPA ALPHA

1st Row: V / . S a n d a h l , O . B e c h t e l , R. G o u l d , A . B e h r m a n , J. D e V r i e s , J. K r u y f , D. K o m e j a n , N . Petty, R. S q u i r e . 2 n d Row: R. Teck, P. E l z i n g a , W , B r e m e r , J. A l l e n , D. H o g e n b o o m , D. C h a r p e n t i e r , R. V a n W a r t , R. Bolt, P. H o e k , J. Ten Pas, D. De J o n g h , W . M e e n g s , W . V a n d e r Bosch. 3rd Row: H. M o l e n a a r , T. Raak, T. Du M e z , W . P l a g g e m a r s , P. N o r t h u i s , G . Ter H o a r , J. W a g n e r , R. K o r t e l i n g , J. A n g u s , P. T o p p e n , J. H e i n s , P. N o o r l a g , J. W o o d . 4th Row.- E. K l a a s e n , D. Kuyers, D. S c h o o n , J. K l a a s e n , K. Borr, R. De Does, W . Z o m e r , P. B e n c s , J. H o o d , AA. Rickse, J. H e n d r i c k s o n , D. S c h o l t e n , A . A a r d e ma,

one hundred

P. D u e y ,

E. V a n d e r

Molen,

F. B r o w n .

six I


The a ca de mic year 1 9 5 5 - 5 6 was both p r o f i t a b l e a n d illustrious for the men of C o s m o p o l i t a n . W e l l represented in campus affairs, several Cosmos p l a c e d on various a l l - M . I . A . A . teams. In intramural sports also, they showed up well, w i n n i n g the g o l f t r o p h y a n d r a n k i n g high in other competition. The rushing season was successful, wifh twentysix new members joining the ranks. Cosmopolitan's winter f o r m a l , " M o o n l i g h t M i n u e t " was held in Louis XIV room at the Rowe Hotel in G r a n d Rapids. A significant accomplishment of the year was the presentation of a l a r g e map of the w o r l d to Graves Library for the benefit of all college students. In February under the direction of Neil Petty the men of C o s m o p o l i t a n sang the " N a v y H y m n " in the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing. C o n s i d e r i n g the a b o v e activities, improvements in the Fraternity house, a n d a g r o w i n g spirit of f r i e n d s h i p , the green Knight of Phi K a p p a A l p h a may look back a n d remember a busy, prosperous year.

Serenading

Jamming

The

weather

outside

is

frightful . . .

but

the

comics

inside are

delightful.

one hundred

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PHITAUNU

1st Row-. S. H a z e l t o n , F. B i r d s a l l , R. V a n d e r S c h a a f , R. D e c k e r , J. H. Ver Beek, S. S o t t h i t a d a , D, Kots, B. C o o p e r , L. K u r t z , G . K i s s a c k , R. L o k h o r s t , R. K n o p e r , M . V a n d e r W i l t , J. S o e t e r , C. H e s s e l i n k , J. P o r t i n g a , R. Yin. 4th Row.- M . D e c k e r , N , Boeve, G . V a n S i n g e ! J. J. V a n d e n Bos, J. K e i z e r , A . K o o y e r s , J. F r a g a l e , K. S t a m .

Hamelink, A. R. B u l t h u i s , Shoemaker, Zwyghuizen,

M a r t i n , R. Q u i s e n b e r r y , D. Lee. 2nd Row: E. Rolfs, J. N e e d h a m , R. Roelofs. 3rd Row: K. W o l t m a n , R. K u i p e r , C. B e n n i n k , D. W . Ebbens , H. Ritsema, J. V a n I w a a r d e n ,

so t o o Music

they

one hundred

say

hath

eight

charm . . .

h a t h the l i s t e n e r


F r i d a y — 2:00 p . m .

The f a l l of 1 9 5 5 f o u n d the Emersonian house full of activity as members settled themselves in their new home. A n active p l e d g e p r o g r a m was c a r r i e d out successfully, a n d t w e n t y - t w o new members j o i n e d the ranks of Phi Tau Nu. The winter season was h i g h l i g h t e d by the f o r m a l party, " F a n t a s i a , " held in the M o r t o n House in G r a n d Rapids. Second semester b i d d i n g a n d the A l l - C o l l e g e Sing w e r e very enriching experiences for the entire g r o u p . The year was brought to an e n j o y a b l e conclusion with our spring p a r t y .

Friday — 4:00 p.m.

Friday — 8:00 p.m.

one hundred

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WOMEN'S HOUSE BOARD

The W o m e n ' s H o u s e B o a r d , meeting twice a month, regulates the activities in the dormitories. It is composed of four officers, in a d d i t i o n to the presidents of each residence hall, r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s from each House Council, the student counselors, and Dean Reeverts.

1st Row: C. Ten H a k e n , M . H a g e m a n , M . A d a m s , C. V a n d e r m y d e , E. V a n d e Z a n d e , R. K i s h , E. V o l k e n b o r n . 2nd Row: J. K o r v e r , E. Bolks, E. S o u t h l a n d , D. De Beer, R. Bruins.

MEN'S HOUSE BOARD

r t The Men's House Board consists of each f r a t e r n i t y house-manager, the house mothers, and Dean H i n g a . The b o a r d meets once a month at which time matters relevant to the efficient a n d orderly m a n a g e m e n t of fraternity houses are discussed.

W.

one hundred

ten

L a t h a m , C.

Raelofs, M r s .

Boeskoal, Dean

Hinga,

G.

Pelgrim.


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ATHLETICS

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ALL-SPORTS


1st Row: M g r . D. M a r k u s s e , R. G a n t o s , D. W o o d c o c k , E. D e W i t t , J. H o l l a n d e r , J. A d a m s , L. Post, R, D e G r a w , D. V a n H o v e n , R. S c h u l z , D. Kuyers, M g r . R. H o f f m a n . 2nd Row. J. F a b e r , L. Ter AAolen, R. W e t h e r b e e , M . V a n d e r L l n d , D. G r i s s e n , T. H a r r i s , F. Leaske, W . B r o o k s t r a , H. V o s s , B, T i m m e r , P. W a t t , C. C o a t e s , R. B e c k e r i n g , T r a i n e r L. G r e e n , K. F a b e r , H e a d C o a c h R. De V e t t e . 3rd Row: R. De Y o u n g , W . W a g g o n e r , D. B o e r i g t e r , J. H i i m e r t , P. W i e g e r i n k , R. B e u k e r , C. M e n n i n g , D.

l a u l e n b a c h , J. H e n d r i c k s o n ,

D. S c h o o n , J. De W i t t , M .

Peelen,

FOOTBALL

Al and

I

Russ r e v i e w p r e v i o u s g a m e

Finishing strong after a w e a k start due to countless injuries d u r i n g the first half of the season, Hope's g r i d d e r s , c o a c h e d by Russ De Vette a n d Athletic Director, Al V a n d e r b u s h , finished in a thirdplace tie in the M . I . A . A . d u r i n g the 1 9 5 5 f o o t b a l l season. H o m e c o m i n g witnessed an outstanding g a m e between Hope a n d u n d e f e a t e d Hillsdale. A l t h o u g h losing 1 9 - 1 3 , H o p e p l a y e d a stellar contest against o v e r w h e l m i n g odds. W i t h fullback Dave Kuyers at top strength a n d seven seniors, including a l l - M . I . A . A . h a l f b a c k John Adams, sparking the attack, Hope g r o u n d out 129 points while limiting the o p p o s i t i o n to 33 in w i n n i n g the final three games, a n d closed the season with a 4 - 5 record.


Holmlund

scores

M.I.A.A. STANDINGS Hillsdale Alma Albion Kalamazoo Hope Adrian Olivet

RECORD Michigan Normal Heidelburg . . . Carroll . . . . . Kalamazoo . . . . . Adrian . . . Hillsdale . . . Olivet . . . . . . Albion . . . . . . . Alma . . . .

6 4 4 3 3 1 0

0 2 2 3 3 5 6


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Co-captain

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the g r e a t e s t of

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Halfback

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Gentlemen

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1 sf Rov/: H. W i d m e r , R. B r o c k m e i e r , J. W a l c h e n b a c h , J. C o o p e r , J. S o e t e r , C o a c h M e e u w s e n , R. Den U y l , G. W i l l i a m s .

L. G r e e n . 2nd

Row-. C. B e n n i n k , M g r .

CROSSCOUNTRY Talking

it o v e r

Coach Larry Green's thinclads c a p t u r e d fourth place in the 1 9 5 5 Cross Country competition. Herb W i d m e r , l e a d i n g a relatively i n e x p e r i e n c e d team, was l a r g e l y responsible for Hope's 4 - 5 record. Improving with each contest, our team concluded the season successfully with a f o u r t h - p l a c e finish in the all-imp o r t a n t M . I . A . A . Field Day.

D.


RECORD G.R.J.C. Kalamazoo Adrian Calvin Hillsdale Wayne Olivet Albion . Alma

Point of

no r e t u r n

Homeward

M.I.A.A. STANDINGS

bound


1st Row: M . V a n d e r L i n d , H. M o l e n a a r , D. T e u s i n k , D. W o o d c o c k , R i e m e r s m a , P. Benes, R. Ritsema, Coach J. Visser.

R. T h o m s o n .

2nd

Row:

Mgr.

F. Leoske,

J.

Buursma,

BASKETBALL

Basketball administrators

Backed by a number of g o o d freshmen, Hope's 1 9 5 5 - 5 6 varsity cagers, under Coach John Visser, c l i m a x e d the season with a sparkling victory over arch-rival Calvin. Senior co-captains H a r o l d M o l e naar a n d W h i t e y Riemersma, together with 6' 1 0 " freshman Paul Benes, led Hope, e m p l o y i n g a fastbreak offense revolving a b o u t Benes who became the

team's

leading

scored

and

rebounder.

The

team relied heavily on a zone defense A l t h o u g h Hope c l i m b e d to second place in the M . I . A . A . m i d w a y in the season, four losses at the close d r o p p e d the team to fourth place, and gave the basketball team a 10-11 final record.

D.


Most

valuable

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Molenaar City Hope 65 65 90 84

72 73 83 98 71 57 82 63 81 96 80 86 89 57 82 80 70

of

RECORD Richmond Tournament OPP94 79 106 80

McNeese Manchester Center Hillsdale

Olivet Michigan Normal Albion Lawrence Alma Calvin Michigan Normal Kalamazoo Manchester Olivet Albion Alma Calvin Kalamazoo Adrian Hillsdale Adrian

57 91 58 67 69 85 76 76 91 53 77 69 73 73 89 84 84

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Culminating their season with a surprising victory over the K a l a m a z o o Junior Varsity, the H o p e College JV c o m p i l e d a season's record of four wins a n d seven losses. Coach Lynn Post schooled his players in a control-bail system of play, and they showed c o n s i d e r a b l e improvement as the season progressed. Bob Saunders a n d Phil Boersma led a b a l a n c e d team which may produce some fine talent f o r future varsity squads.

J. Bremer, P. B o e l h o u w e r , S. V o l k e m a , J. K r o m o n n , M . D i e p h u i s , W . D e V e y .

The cheerleaders for the 19555 6 athletic p r o g r a m deserve a g r e a t d e a l of recognition for their efforts. A l t h o u g h many times overl o o k e d , their pert, w e l l - o r g a n i z e d performances p l a y e d a prominent role in m a i n t a i n i n g morale throughout the y e a r . Congratulations, girls, on a job well d o n e .

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1st Row: H. De W i t t , T. H a y e s , M . V a n d e r L i n d , R. O r t q u i s t , C. D e V r e e , T. H a r r i s , R. W e t h e r b e e , A . O l s o n . 2nd Row: T. M c C a l l , D. W o o d c o c k , P. B y l e n g a , R. M o r g a n , C. P e t t i n g i l l , V. Z u v e r i n k , G . B o e v e , W . W e s t e n b r o e k . 3rd Row: R. B u l t h u i s , J. S t o u t , J. F a b e r , P. B o s t r o m , L. A r e n d s , D. S t a p l e s , R. S t e p a n e k , N . O v e r b e e k .

BASEBALL

Manager

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coach

Returning as the head of the baseball squad for 1 9 5 6 , Coach Russ De Vette, with some excellent freshmen prospects to help the seven returning lettermen, was making a strong b i d to improve upon the fourthp l a c e finish in the 1955 M . I . A . A . race. Lettermen Tom Harris, M e r t V a n d e r Lind, John A d a m s , Ron W e t h e r b e e , Carl De Vries, Jack Kempker, a n d C a p t a i n Dick Ortquist f o r m e d the nucleus of a potential c h a m p i o n s h i p team.


Captain

Ortquist

Kempker

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Slugger Adams

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1st Row- c. C o a t e s , R. Den U y l , H. W i d m e r , C. B e n n i n k , F. Leaske. 2nd b a c h , W . B r o o k s t r a , J. H i l m e r t .

Row:

B. T i m m e r ,

D. S p a a n ,

R. B r o w n , J. W a l c h e n -

TRACK Little Ceasars

As

To improve upon last y e a r ' s second place finish in the M . I . A . A . , Coach Larry Green's tracksters relied upon a number o f untried freshmen a n d three M . I . A . A . title holders: C a p t a i n John DeVries in the pole vault a n d b r o a d jump, Paul W i e g e r i n k in the hurdles, a n d Dave S p a a n in the quarter mile. W i e g e r i n k was also p r o m i n e n t in the dashes a n d Spaan in the 2 2 0 . The new men w e r e counted upon in m i d d l e distances, a n d cross country personnel, Herb W i d m e r , Jack W a l c h e n b a c h , Ron Den Uyl, a n d C a r r o l l Bennink p e r f o r m e d adm i r a b l y in the distance runs. Field events w e r e in the c a p a b l e hands of Jim Hilmert, Bill Brookstra, Larry Ter M o l e n , a n d Curt M e n n i n g .


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TENNIS Coach V a n

Ingen

This year's tennis squad f a c e d the big task of e q u a l i n g or surpassing its second-place finish in the M . I . A . A . in 1 9 5 5 . Mr. John Van Ingen took over the c o a c h i n g a n d r e b u i l d i n g of a team d e p l e t e d by the loss of four lettermen f r o m last year's squad. John Jeltes, last year's first man, a n d " T i g e r " Teusink were the nucleus of the team.


1 9 5 6 T E N N I S SCHEDULE April April April April May May May May May May

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INTERFRATERNITY SPORTS

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Arkies: Football

Praters: F o o t b a l l

co-champions

Praters: Tennis

Arkies: Bowling

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champions


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WOMEN'S SPORTS

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K r a m e r , C o a c h A . T i m m e r , Kneeling;

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Schedule G.R.J.C. Kalamazoo Hillsdale Albion Adrian Calvin Alma Olivet M.I.A.A. Field Day

The return of three veterans, Ray De Does, Bill Holt, a n d Bill Kramer, g a v e the golf team hope of surpassing its f o u r t h - p l a c e M . I . A . A . record of last season. In a d d i tion Coach Timmer was relying on the services of Al Timmer III a n d freshmen Bob Burwitz.

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RONALD L. A C K E R M A N N : C e d a r J. A D A M S : S a g i n a w , M i c h i g a n ; W h o , Student Council President. Studies; Sigma lota Beta, A l c o r ,

G r o v e , Wisconsin; Mathematics,- Phi Tau Nu. J O H N History; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon, Blue Key, W h o ' s MARY JANE A D A M S : East Lansing, M i c h i g a n ; Social W h o ' s W h o , Phi A l p h a Theta.

MARGERY A. ADDIS: Glen H e a d , N e w York; French-English; K a p p a Beta Phi. EDW A R D D. A N D E R S O N : M u s k e g o n Heights, M i c h i g a n ; Spanish, SLIVO BARKHO: Tell Temer, Syria; M a t h e m a t i c s ; K a p p a Eta Nu.

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ROBERT W . BEDINGFIELD: Bronx, N e w York; Psychology; K a p p a Eta Nu, W h o ' s W h o . W I LM A C. BEETS: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; Sigma Sigma, Alcor, Delta Phi A l p h a . C O N N I E L. NIES BERGHAGE: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English; Sigma lota Beta.

ARTHUR M. BIERI: Lowell, M i c h i g a n ; History; Chi Phi Sigma. RUTH D. PRUIS BOENDER: Morrison, Illinois; English-Spanish; Theta G a m m a Pi. EVELYN E. BOLKS: Hull, I o w a ; Psychology; Theta G a m m a Pi.

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DICK A . BOLT: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Psychology; Phi K a p p a A l p h a . WILLIAM J. BOUWER: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; History; Phi K a p p a A l p h a . DORAH L. EVANS BRAAK: Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; Elementary Education.

BARBARA J. BROOKSTRA: W h e a t o n , Illinois; English-French; Delta Phi, Pi K a p p a Delta. D O N A L D L. BROOKSTRA: Davenport, I o w a ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon. ARIE R. BROUWER: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English.

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FRANCES M . B R O W N : W e s t Coxsackie, N e w York; Chemistry; Delta Phi. MARY R. BURGGRAAFF: Dumont, N e w Jersey; Elementary Education; Sigma lota Beta. T O M A. CAREY: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; History; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon.

D O N A . CHARPENTIER: Brooklyn, N e w York; Psychology; Phi K a p p a A l p h a . CHRISTINE M . CLOETINGH: N o r t h Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; French-English; K a p p a Beta Phi. JANICE F. C O N K L I N : Spring Valley, N e w York; Fine Arts; Theta G a m m a Pi.

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G. ROBERT C O O K : Detroit, M i c h i g a n ; History; K a p p a Eta Nu. EDWIN C. C O O N : Poughkeepsie, N e w York; Philosophy; Chi Phi Sigma; Blue Key; W h o ' s W h o . GROVER J. DAVIS: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Philosophy.

A. DARLENE DE BEER: Alton, I o w a ; Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma. D O N A L D R. DE BRAAL: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Philosophy; Chi Phi Sigma. RICHARD H. DECKER: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; Phi Tau Nu.

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D O N J. Epsilon. TINE K. W h o , Pi

DE G R A W : St. Joseph, M i c h i g a n ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; O m i c r o n K a p p a D O N A L D W . DEN HARTOG: Hospers, I o w a ; English; Chi Phi Sigma. CHRISDENNY: Bath, Somerset, England; French; K a p p a Beta Phi, Alcor, W h o ' s Epsilon Delta, " O p u s " Editor.

ALYCE DE PREE: Zeeland, M i c h i g a n ; English; Sigma Sigma. GLEN DE PREE: Zeeland, M i c h i g a n ; Political Science; Phi K a p p a A l p h a . JACK E. DE PREE: Zeeland, M i c h i g a n ; Spanish; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon, Blue Key, W h o ' s W h o .

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TED D. DE VRIES: H a m m o n d , I n d i a n a ; English; K a p p a Eta Nu. LAWRENCE H. DE WITT: Muskegon Heights, M i c h i g a n ; English; Chi Phi Sigma. ROBERT J. DE Y O U N G : Hamilton, M i c h i g a n ; Mathematics; Delta Phi A l p h a .

ROBERT N. DE Y O U N G : G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; History; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsiion. J O H N H. E W I N G : Riverdale, Illinois; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; Chi Phi Sigma. CARLTON B. FAILOR: O o s b u r g , Wisconsin; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsiion.

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N A N C Y C. G A I K E M A ; N o r t h Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; English-French; Sigma Sigma. JAMES F. GALER; East Greenbush, N e w York; M a t h e m a t i c s ; K a p p a Eta Nu. MERYL K. G O W E N S : South H o l l a n d , Illinois; M a t h e m a t i c s ; K a p p a Beta Phi, Alcor, W h o ' s W h o .

BARBARA A . G R A S M A N GROOTENHUIS: Coopersville, M i c h i g a n ; Biology; Delta Phi, A l c o r , Beta Beta Beta. JOSEPH W . GROSS: O a k d a l e , N e w York; Business Administration; K a p p a Eta Nu. RUTH J. H A A D S M A : G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Biology; Sigma Sigma.


D O N N A R. HOOGERHYDE HAKKEN: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; English; Thefa G a m m a Pi, A l c o r . CHARLOTTE HAMMER: N e w York, N e w York; Social Science; Sigma Sigma, Phi A l p h a Theta. Kl BUM H A N : Pusan, Korea; Classics.

VIRGINIA L. HARTSEMA: Fremont, M i c h i g a n ; Spanish. JULIA R. HERRICK: St. Joseph, M i c h i g a n ; English; Theta G a m m a Pi. MARY E. HESSELINK: W a u p u n , Wisconsin; Elementary Education; Sigma lota Beta, A l c o r .

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V E R N O N D. H O F F M A N : D a n f o r t h , Illinois; English; Chi Phi Sigma. J. DEAN H O G E N B O O M : H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; M a t h e m a t i c s ; Phi K a p p a A l p h a . J O H N L. HOLLANDER; H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English; Phi K a p p a A l p h a .

SHIRLEY A. HOP: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Education; Sigma lota Beta. MARGARET G. HOSPERS: A l e x a n d r i a Bay, N e w York; Mathematics; Sigma Sigma. MARY J. HOSPERS: A l e x a n d r i a Bay, N e w York; Biology; Sigma Sigma.

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MARI G. HOWARD.- W y a n t s k i l l , N e w York; Social Studies; Delta Phi. CLARENCE J. HUIZENGA; Jamestown, M i c h i g a n ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n . JANE A. JARVIS: East N o r w i c h , Long Island, N e w York; Elementary Education; K a p p a Beta Phi.

BARBARA A . JEFFREY; N a r b e r t h , Pennsylvania; English; K a p p a Beta Phi, W h o ' s W h o , Young W o m e n ' s Christian Association President. ARTHUR H. JENTZ; Palisade, N e w Jersey; Philosophy; K a p p a Eta Nu, Blue Key, W h o ' s W h o . HELENA M . JOFFER; Parker, South D a k o t a ; English-French; Theta G a m m a Pi.

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NELVIE JONKER: O r a n g e City, I o w a ; Music; K a p p a Beta Phi. J O H N W . KEIZER: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; Phi Tau Nu. JUDY Y. K I N G M A : De M o t t e , I n d i a n a ; English; K a p p a Beta Phi.

JANET M . KINNEY; C l i f t o n , N e w Jersey; S o c i o l o g y ; Sigma lota Beta. GLENNYCE M . KLEIS: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English-German; K a p p a Beta Phi. J O H N W . KOOLS; Holland, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; Phi K a p p a A l p h a , Beta Beta Beta.

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MARILYN A . KOTLAN: M o n t a g u e , M i c h i g a n ; English-Spanish; Theta G a m m a Pi. BARBARA M . PENNINGS KREMER: Rochester, N e w York; Economics; Sigma lota Beta, Delta Phi A l p h a . JAMES E. KREMER: D a n f o r t h , Illinois; Social Studies; Chi Phi Sigma.

D O N A L D J. KROES: Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon, Pi K a p p a Delta. BARBARA A. KRUIZENGA; Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; FrenchSpanish; Delta Phi. GERALD J. KRUYF; C h i c a g o , Illinois; Speech; Phi K a p p a A l p h a , Pi Epsilon Delta.

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CAROL A. KUYPER: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Speech-English; Delta Phi, Pi K a p p a Delta. G O R D O N D. L A M A N : Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; English; Chi Phi Sigma. H O W A R D J. L A M A N : H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English-Spanish; Chi Phi Sigma.

LAVERNE LAMPEN: Z e a l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English. WILLIAM H. LATHAM, JR.: Potsdam, N e w York; Philosophy; K a p p a Eta Nu, Blue Key, Pi K a p p a Delta. N A N C Y A. LUBBEN; G r a n d Haven, M i c h i g a n ; Elementary Music; Sigma lota Beta.

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MILTON B. LUBBERS: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Economics; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon. PHYLLIS R. M A A T ; Rensselaer, N e w York; English-Spanish; Sigma lota Beta. GERARD E. MARSH; K a l a m a z o o , M i c h i g a n ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n .

DAVID J. MARTIN; Herkimer, N e w York; Chemistry; Chi Phi Sigma. T H O M A S R. McCALL; Brooklyn, N e w York; Mathematics; K a p p a Eta Nu. JACK E. M O E R M O N D ; Jenison, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry.

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HAROLD E. MOLENAAR: K a l a m a z o o , M i c h i g a n ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; Phi K a p p a A l p h a . HARVEY J. MULDER: Colton, South D a k o t a ; Political Science; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon. JAMES A . NEEVEL: N o r t h Tarrytown, N e w York; Sociology; Chi Phi Sigma, W h o ' s W h o , Pi Epsilon Delta.

MARJORIE A . N E W T O N : W e s t w o o d , N e w Jersey; E l e m e n t a r y Education; Theta G a m m a Pi. AUDREY M . NIENHOUSE: O a k Park, Illinois; History; Sigma Sigma, Phi A l p h a Theta. E. T H O M A S NILES: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; Phi K a p p a A l p h a , Blue Key.

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RICHARD T. ORTQUIST: Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; History-Political Science; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon, Blue Key, Phi A l p h a Theta. D O N S. PANGBURN: Saugerties, N e w York; English; K a p p a Eta Nu. FLORENCE M. PARKER: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Religious Education-Elementary Education; Theta G a m m a Pi.

SAMMIE J. PAS: Zeeland, M i c h i g a n ; German-English; Sigma lota Beta. MARCIA M . PASMA: Muskegon, M i c h i g a n ; English-German; K a p p a Beta Phi. ESTHER T. PLUMERT: Hudsonville, M i c h i g a n ; History; Sigma lota Beta, Phi A l p h a Theta.

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G. NICK POOL; Union City, N e w Jersey; Secondary Music Education; K a p p a Eta Nu, Delta Phi A l p h a . LYNN I. POST: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; History; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon, Blue Key, W h o ' s W h o , Phi A l p h a Theta. EDWARD PRINS: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; M a t h e matics.

PENELOPE S. RAMAKER: M i l w a u k e e , Wisconsin; Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma, Alcor, W h o s W h o , Phi A l p h a Theta, Pi K a p p a Delta, Student Council Vice-President. JERRALD H. REDEKER: W a u p u n , Wisconsin; Business Administration; Chi Phi Sigma, Pi Epsilon Delta. DWIGHT L. RIEMERSMA; St. Joseph, M i c h i g a n ; History; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon.

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CHARLES W . ROELOFS: Forest Grove, M i c h i g a n ; Biology, Chi Phi Sigma. BETRAND A . ROSKAMP: Stout, I o w a ; History; K a p p a Eta Nu. MARY LEE ROZEBOOM: Kalamazoo, M i c h i g a n ; Secondary Education; Delta Phi.

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NELL R. SALM: St. A n n e , Illinois; English-Spanish; K a p p a Beta Phi, Alcor, W h o ' s W h o , Pi K a p p a Delta. ROBERT K. M . SAMSE: N o r t h Bergen, N e w Jersey; History-Political Science; K a p p a Eta Nu. ROBERT D. SCHRIER: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Business A d ministration; Chi Phi Sigma.

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RICHARD L. SCHULZ: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; M a t h e m a t i c s ; Chi Phi Sigma. PAUL G , B. SHIH: Cebu City, Philippines, Psychology. RICHARD T. SQUIRE; Hudson, N e w York; English; Phi K a p p a A l p h a .

HENRY A . STEGENGA: C h i c a g o , Illinois; English; Chi Phi Sigma. DORIS E. STOFFREGEN: Brooklyn, N e w York; Biology; Theta G a m m a Pi, Delta Phi A l p h a . ARJEN TEITSMA; Brunssum, Limburg, N e t h e r l a n d s , Chemistry.

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RICHARD E. TEN HAKEN: Clymer, N e w York; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; Chi Phi Sigma, Blue Key. T H O M A S TEN HOEVE, JR.: Ridgefield, N e w Jersey; Biology; Chi Phi Sigma, Blue Key, Pi Epsilon Delta. LOIS M . T O R N G A : G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; English; Sigma Sigma, Alcor, W h o ' s W h o , Delta Phi A l p h a .

BERNARD J. V A N ARK: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon. LOIS J. V A N DELINDER; Herkimer, N e w York; G e r m a n ; Delta Phi A l p h a . WARREN D. V A N D E N BOSCH: Zeeland, M i c h i g a n ; History-Political Science; Phi K a p p a A l p h a .

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KARL E. V A N D E R L A A N : G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; English; Chi Phi Sigma. CHARM A I N E R. VANDERMYDE: C h i c a g o , Illinois; Biology; K a p p a Beta Phi, A l c o r , W h o ' s W h o , Beta Beta Beta. RONALD O . VANDER SCHAAF: Rock Rapids, I o w a ; Elementary Education; Phi Tau Nu.

LYLE L. VANDER WERFF: Stickney, South D a k o t a ; English; Chi Phi Sigma, Blue Key, Young Men's Christian Association President. CLIFFORD J. VANDER YACHT: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Physics-Mathematics. D O N A L D D. V A N ETTEN; O r a n g e City, I o w a ; Biology; Chi Phi Sigma, Blue Key, W h o ' s W h o , Beta Beta Beta, Delta Phi A l p h a . D O N T. V A N HOEVEN: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Psychology; Phi K a p p a A l p h a .

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SUZIE V A N SLAGEREN: M ount V e r n o n , W a s h i n g t o n ; Biology; Sigma Sigma, A l c o r , W h o s W h o , Beta Beta Beta. J O A N P. V A N WINGEREN; H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; EnglishG e r m a n ; K a p p a Beta Phi. JANET-LOU SOETER VELDMAN: N e w Brunswick, N e w Jersey; English; K a p p a Beta Phi.

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MARCIA A . VELDMAN; G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Music; Delta Phi. DIANE G. V I C H A : Berwyn, Illinois; Elementary Education; Theta G a m m a Pi. H. ELAINE V R U G G I N K : Hudsonville, M i c h i g a n ; English; Theta G a m m a Pi. G O R D O N J. WEBSTER: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; History.

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A . DOROTHY BENES WEISS: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; English-German. M A R I A N N E WIERKS: M i l w a u k e e , Wisconsin; English; Sigma Sigma, " A n c h o r " Co-Editor, " M i l e s t o n e " Editor. JIM W . ZIEGLER: M u s k e g o n Heights, M i c h i g a n ; History; O m i c r o n K a p p a Epsilon. GENE A. ZOET: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n .

MARIE M . H O E K M A N : Slayton, M i n n e s o t a ; Theta

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English-French;

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D O N A L D J. CLEASON: Palmyra, N e w York; Mathematics; Chi Phi Sigma. J O H N E. DE J O N G : Bellflower, C a l i f o r n i a ; Philosophy. W I L L I A M C. HOLT: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Physics-Mathematics. FRANK HORROCKS, JR.: Schenectady, N e w York; Political Science; Chi Phi Sigma. ANNETTA H A V I N G A JACOBS: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n . PETER KELLY, JR.: Flushing, N e w York; Philosophy, Pi Epsilon Delta. RUTH V. KLEINJAN: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Psyc h o l o g y ; Theta G a m m a Pi. WILLARD Michigan; LOREN E. Michigan;

A. KRAMER: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Economics. ALBERT R. NELSON: H o l l a n d , Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n . DARLE L. NIENEKER: Dorr, M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry. RENKEMA: Hudsonville, M i c h i g a n ; History. FRIEDA E. RICHMAN: H o l l a n d , Music.

J O H N H. SPAULDING: Detroit, M i c h i g a n ; Philosophy; K a p p a Eta Nu. FRANCES R. RIETVELD SPENCER: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Speech; Sigma lota Beta. ELMER C. VANDER PLOEG: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; History. PAUL V A N FAASEN: H o l l a n d , M i c h i g a n ; Chemistry; K a p p a Eta Nu, Delta Phi A l p h a . MARILYN J. WHITFORD: G r a n d Rapids, M i c h i g a n ; Elementary Education.

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J. B r e m e r

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P. Brat

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R. B r o c k m e i e r

H. B r o w n

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J. De W i t t

one hundred

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J. M i l l e r

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T. V a n Z o e r e n C. V e r Beek H. Ver Beek

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R. C o r b i n

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M . Cossin

E. C u r l e e

M. Decker

S. D e c k e r R. De Does J. De Fouw E. De J o n g

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T. H ay s

Z. G i d e o n

J. H e i n s

J. Jeltes

J. G o u w e n s

M. Hageman

M. Hartgerink

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one hundred

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G. McCormick

C. Loew

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J. M a c E a c h r o n

C. M i c h a e l i s

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W . Meengs

G. M a z z e i

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C. N o r m i n g t o n

P. P a r k e r

R. Peterson

Y. N y e n h u i s

J. Peck

D. P h i l l i p s

M. Ortquist

M . Peelen

C. P l a k k e

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M . Riekse

S. S c h n e i d e r

D. Preston

F. R o u n d h o u s e

D. S c h r e u r

T. Rook

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one hundred

seventy-two

J. S h o e m a k e r

N . Swort

P. S i e n s t r a

J. T a l l m o d g e

D. S k i n n e r

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S. S m i t h

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H. V a n Heest

J. V e n d e r M a l e

P. V a n K o l k e n

T. V a n d e W a t e r

L. V a n ' t H o t

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R. V a n W a r t

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R. V i n s t r a

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K. W o l t m a n

J. V e l d m a n

E. V o l k e n b o r n

G. W i l l i a m s

R. W r i g h t

J. V e r Hulst

A. Warren

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one hundred

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N.Boeve

R. Bosch

R, B u l t h u i s

T. Bechtel

P. Bont

J. B r a a k

B. Burnett

A. Bloodgood

L. Bos

R. Bruins

J. Buys


P. B y l e n g a D. Byro

P. d e M o y a R. Den U y l

W . Cameron

C. De V r e e

D. C o o p e r

C. De V r i e s

S. C r o s w e l l

D. De V r i e s

N. Damstra

J. De V r i e s

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D. D r a k e

J. Fendt

J. H a m e l i n k

J. Drost

M. Ferguson

K. H a r d y

P. D u r k e e

C.Franz

H. H a r r i n g t o n

M. Gideon

T. H a r r i s

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D. H e s s e l i n k

S, H a z e l t o n

A. Hielkema

G. H o n d o r p A. Hill P. H o e k

G. Hook D. J o h n s o n R. J o h n s o n

J. Klaosen B. K l o m p a r e n s • f - f u

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C. L i n d a h l

F. K r a m e r

M . Loomans

J. K r a n e n d o n k

M . Luidens

J. K r o m a n n

L. Lup

R. K u i k e n

K. M a c D o n a l d

M . Lanser

A. Martin C. M a t h e i s

D. M a x a m

G. Meeusen

R. M a t h e w s

J. M c l n t y r e

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J. Plasman

H. Ritsema

L. Rowell

K. Peelen

R. Q u i s e n b e r r y

R. Ritsema

K. R y n b r a n d

M . Peters

T. R e d d i n g

R. Roelofs

R. R y n b r a n d t

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R. Rhem

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J. R y p m a

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R. Te G r o t e n h u i s

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J. S o e t e r

S. U n d e r w o o d

E. S o u t h l a n d

R. V a n A r k

P. S t a a l

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M. Vender W i l t

J. V a n D o o m

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M. V a n D o o r n i k

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H. V a n F a r o w e

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R. V e l t m a n R. V e r d u i n J. V e r Steeg M. Vollink

J. W a g n e r B. W a r d A. W e e n e r R. W i n t e r E. Z y l s t r a

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BUILD HOPE one hundred

eighty-one


HERFST STUDIO AND PHOTO SUPPLY

ZEELAND STATEBANK one hundred

eighty-two


VANS SUPERMARKET

VANS HOWARD JOHNSONS

one hundred

eighty-three


DONELLY-KELLEY GLASS COMPANY

DUTCH MILL

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TAYLOR'S CLOTHING

VOGUE RESTAURANT

HEKMAN RUSK COMPANY

WILLIAMS JEWELERS

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eighty-six

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PRINS TEXACO SERVICE

BRINK'S BOOK STORE

WADE'S DRUG STORE

SCOTT-LUGERS LUMBER

VAUPELL'S CLOTHING

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one hundred

eighty-seven


IDEAL DRY CLEANERS

H O W A R D MILLER

5

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PANTLIND HOTEL

Grand Rapids'

largest and finest.

one hundred

eighty-eight


BLUE KEY BOOK STORE

PRINCESTUDIO

• 8 EastMain tour a

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Zeeland-3900 THE DE PREECOMPANY

RAY SMITH O I L C O M P A N Y

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one hundred

eighty-nine


PEOPLES STATE BANK

DAIRY M A I D MILK COMPANY one hundred

ninety


RYPMA A N D TOPP SHELL SERVICE SYBESMA'S SINCLAIR SERVICE

STAM'S FRIEDLY SERVICE MEENGS STANDARD SERVICE A w o r d o f thanks t o a generous supplier

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ninety-one


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ninety-two


HOLLAND FURNACE COMPANY

H O L L A N D FURNACE COMPANY

DUTCH BOY BAKINGCOMPANY one hundred

ninety-three


EDWARDS BROTHER'S, INC

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ninety-jour


HOTEL W A R M FRIEND TAVERN

RUSS' S A N D W I C H SHOP one hundred

ninety-five


PERSONALITY BEAUTY SALON

FIVE

STAR LUMBER

SHADY L A W N FLORISTS

POST'S JEWELRY A N D GIFTS

one hundred

ninety-six

WESTRATE'S

M O O R SHOE STORE


DUMOND'S TRIUMPH BAKE SHOP H O L L A N D M O T O R EXPRESS,INC. DE VRIES A N D D O O R N B O S SUPREME DRY CLEANERS

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ninety-seven


VERNON BOERSMA, M. D. J.B. KEARNEY, M. D. D.B. HOGUE, D.D.S.

W I L L I A M WINTER, M. D. C. B. RIDENOUR, D. D. S. SIDNEY S. TIESENGA, D.D.S. hundred

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H O L L A N D BOWLING LANES

M O O I ROOFING

J. KLASSEN PRINTING

H O L L A N D THEATRE

BULFORD STUDIOS

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ninety-nine


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CHEMICAL COMPANY

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BAKER FURNITURE, INC.

EBELINK'S FLORAL SHOP

two

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MEYER MUSIC HOUSE WHITE CROSS BARBER SHOP CARLETON CLEANERS A N D FURRIERS two

hundred

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VAN'S DRUG STORE

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DELOOF'S PHARMACY

M O D E L D R U G STORE

HANSEN'S DRUG STORE DOESBURGDRUG STORE two

hundred

two


VISSCHER-BROOKS INSURANCE

WOLBRINK INSURANCEAGENCY

UEVENESE AGENCY INSURANCE

KOOP INSURANCEAGENCY

BEN L V A N LENTE INSURANCE

MARSILJE AGENCY, INC two

hundred

three


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D E R O O REALTY C O M P A N Y two hundred

four


INDEX

Aardema, Austin A. 106, 157, 174 Abma, Jeanette W. 89, 157 Ackerman, Ronald L. 133 Adams, John J. 59, 62, 82, 104, 112, 114, 120, 122, 123, 133 Adams, Mary Jane 58, 60, 62, 68, 82, 86, 95, 110, 133 Addis, Margery A. 68, 86, 92, 93, 133 Adelberg, Donald B. 157 Albers, Jeanette 70, 97, 167 Allen, John D. 85, 86, 106, 174 Arabellas, Constantlne V. 66, 174 Anderson, Edward D. 133 Anderson, Theodore D. 86, 174 Angus, John G. 106, 167 Arends, L a r r y J. 122, 157 Arendsen, Ellyn J. 89, 157 Baird, Janet B. 68, 76, 93, 167 Baker, J a m e s A. 104, 174 Bakker, Carl E. 167 Bakker, Ronald J. 167 Balfoort, Robert L. 167 Barber, Joyce M. 95, 167 Barkho, Slivo 85, 102, 133 Barkho, Warda 157 Bartleson, Robert C. 62, 75, 78, 157 Barton, JoAnn 93, 167 Bast, Robert L. 68, 100 Bechtel, Owen T. 87, 106, 174 Beckering, Raymond E. 112 Bedlngfield, Robert W. 59, 82, 134 Beets, Wilma C. 58, 60, 61, 77, 97, 134 Behrmann, Andrew G. 106, 167 Benes, Paul A. 106, 118, 120 Bennet, Richard H. 102, 167 Bennink, C a r r o l l B. 108, 116, 124, 157 Bergeon, Michael T. Berghage, Connie L. 134 Beuker, Carol M. 70, 89, 157 Beuker, Ronald J. 104, 112, 167 Bieri, Arthur M. 100, 134 Birdsall, F r e d r i c R. 67, 108 Bitner, George P. 102, 157 Block, Carol J. 157 Bloodgood, Ann E. 64, 65, 68, 87, 93, 174 Blunt, Janice E. 68, 74, 93, 167 Boelhouwer, Priscilla A. 77, 89, 121, 157 Boender, Ruth D. 75, 99, 134 Boerighter, David L., 157 Boersma, Phil H. 104, 126, 157 Boeve, Gerald L. 104, 122 Boeve, Norman G. 108, 174 Bolks, Evelyn E. 99, 110, 134 Bolt, Richard A. 106, 135 Boniel, Roberta A. 89, 157 Bont, Patricia L. 99, 174 Bootsman, Beverly J. 85, 97, 167 Borr, Robert H. 106 Bos, Lois J. 70, 91, 174 Bosch, David C. 104 Bosch, Donald J. 158 Bosch, F r e d r i c k R. 174 Bosley, Edna A. 158 Bosman, Jane 89, 158 Bostrom, Paul J. 122

Bouwer, William J. 70, 135 Bowler, Kenneth T. 102, 158 Brahs, Hope B. 93, 167 Branderhorst, Justin J. 167 Brandt, Carol Ann 70, 89, 158 Brat, Paul J., 158 Braak, Dorah L. 135 Braak, Joyce 64, 97, 174 Braunohler, Ingrid H. 89, 158 Bredeweg, Corwin J. 158 Breen, G e r a r d a R. 70, 89, 158 B r e m e r , William P. 106, 158 B r e m e r , Joan E. 89, 121, 158 Brink, Alice M. 99, 168 Brink, Phyllis J. 97 Brockmeier, Richard T. 100, 116, 158 Brookstra, B a r b a r a J. 77, 91, 135 Brookstra, Donald L. 86, 104, 135 Brookstra, William R. 68, 112, 124, 158 Brouwer, Arie R. 135 Brower, Harley L. 158 Brower, Keith L. 72 Brown, F r a n c e s M. 61, 77, 86, 91, 136 Brown, Frederick M. 106 Brown, Harley D. 68, 100, 158 Brown, Richard E. 102, 124, 158 Bruins, Lillian C. 89, 158 Bruins, Ruth M. 70, 74, 76, 77, 91, 110, 174 Brumels, Bruce C. 102, 158 Brummel, Myron L. 82, 84, 102 Buitendorp, Warren R. 67, 82, 102 Bulthuis, Ronald H. 122, 174 Burggraaff, Mary R. 70, 86, 95, 136 Burnett, Betty J. 64, 67, 75, 76, 77, 85, 91, 174 Burwitz, Robert H. 132 Buteyn, Jeanette 56 Buursma, Albert J r . 118, 158 Buys, J a m e s F. 65, 174 Buys, Linda J. 158 Bylenga, Peter D. 104, 122, 175 Bylsma, Elena G. 97, 168 Byro, Donald E. 104, 175 Cameron, William M. 175 Campbell, Marilyn S. 158 Campbell, Robert G. 85 Carey, Tom A. 136 Carpenter, E. Yvonne 89, 158 Cassie, David G. 67, 70, 75, 78, 85, 168 Charpentier, Donald A. 85, 106, 136 Clark, J a m e s A. 168 Cloetingh, Carol M. 158 Cloetingh, Christine M. 70, 86, 93, 136 Cnossen, Delia J. 89 Coates, Carl A. 112, 124 Conklin, Janice F. 68, 77, 87, 98, 99, 136 Cook, Carol A. 158 Cook, George R. 102, 137 Cook, J a m e s D, 61, 104, 168 Cook, Stanley R. 168 Coon, Edwin C. 57, 59, 75, 82, 85, 100, 137 Cooper, Dwight V. 68, 108, 175

Cooper, J a m e s H. 116 Corbin, Raymond L. 102, 168 Cossin, Marie L. 97, 168 Coster, David L. 168 Crawford, Darrell L. 159 Croswell, Sharon R. 175 Curlee, Evelyn M. 95, 168 Damstra, Norma L. 16, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 70, 84, 91, 175 Davis, Grover J. 137 Deas, Deanna O. 85, 91, 168 De Beer, Agnes D. 70, 74, 75, 97, 100, 137 De Braal, Donald R. 137 Decker, Milford A. 67, 70, 108, 168 Decker, Richard H. 61, 68, 108, 137 Decker, Sandra K. 168 De Does, Raymond A. 106, 132, 168 de Forest, Robert R. 102, 159 De Fouw, John 104, 168 De Graw, Ronald J. 112, 115, 138 De Jong, Garrett E. 68, 100, 168 De Jonge, Bernajean 168 De Jongh, Donald C. 70, 106, 159 De Kock, Mary E. 89 Demerest, Nancy R. 70, 89, 159 de Moya, Peter V. 81, 82, 100, 175 Den Hartog, Donald W. 138 Denny, Christine K. 57, 70, 81, 82, 85, 138 Den Uyl, Ronald J. 100, 116, 124, 175 De P r e e , Alyce 67, 81, 97, 138 De P r e e , Anne N. 88, 89, 159 De P r e e , Glen 138 De P r e e , Jack E. 57, 59, 82, 84, 87, 104, 138 De Ruiter, David J. 159 De Ruiter, Ronald J. 159 Dethmers, David C. 67, 68, 78, 80, 85, 104 De Vey, Wilma F. 70, 89, 121, 159 De Vree, Carl L. 84, 122, 123, 175 De Vries, Carol V. 70, 84, 99, 175 De Vries, Donald L. 60, 61, 175 De Vries, John C. 60, 62, 64, 65, 74, 84, 106, 124, 125, 175 De Vries, Leslie D. 159 De Vries, Theresa E. 89, 159 De Vries, Theodore D. 70, 139 De Weerd, Melvin D. 104, 168 De Witt, Earl M. 104, 112, 175 De Witt, Howard E. 122 De Witt, J a m e s G. 100, 112, 159 De Witt, John R. 100 De Witt, Lawrence H. 70, 100, 139 Dewitt, Marjorie A. 77, 86, 95, 175 De Witt, Richard A. 159, 175 De Wolf, Sally J. 159 De Young, Carolyn A. 85, 99, 168 De Young, Marlene J. 77, 89, 159 De Young, Robert J. 139 De Young, Robert N. 104, 112, 114, 139 De Young, Ward J. 104, 168 Diephus, Mary K. 97, 121 Dingee, Adele 65, 70, 75, 99, 175 Dixon, Wayne E. 102 Docherty, John W. 104, 168


Doele, Henry J. 65, 67, 104, 168 Doornbos, Charles E. 100, 159 Drake, Carol D. 175 Dressel, Sandra K. 72, 89, 159 Drost, John P. 175 Duey, Paul E. 106 Du Mez, Ted A. 106, 159 Durkee, R. Peter 102, 175 Dykens, James R. 168 Ebbens, Wayne H. 108, 169 Edewaards, Carl J. 169 Elssenhart, L. 75 Elzinga, Darlene R. 91 Elzinga, Paul 106, 159 Emerson, Keith 121 Emmons, Craig G. 159 Ensing, Marlin A. 159 Essenburgh, Sandra K. 159 Ettema, Calvin J. 159 Evenhuis, J a m e s R. 104 Evert, Janice K. 77, 91, 175 Ewing, John H. 100, 139 Exo, M a r - L e s A. 89, 160 Faber, Jack E. 104, 112, 122 Faber, Kenneth M. 104, 112 Failor, Carlton B. 86, 104, 139 Farnsworth, Adelbert C. 70, 82, 84, 169 F a s s l e r , Albert W. 68, 160 Feenstra, Gus 160 Feenstra, Patricia E. 160 Fendt, Joan E. 70, 93, 175 Ferguson, Mary A. 67, 68, 75, 95, 175 Feseler, M. 160 Fischer, Matie E. 89 Fragale, John 108, 160 Franz, Carol L. 72, 85, 86, 97, 175 Franzon, Axel I. 169 Freyberger, Allen E. 102 Fryling, Jocelyn B. 16, 68, 85, 91, 169 Fuder, Edwin 104 Gaikema, Nancy 86, 97, 140 Galer, J a m e s F. 102, 140 Gantos, Richard L. 104, 112 Garvelink, Roger H. 169 Gaskin, Carol J. 89, 160 Giant, Carl E. 160 Gideon, Zoe A. 72, 93, 169 Gideon, Martin K. 175 Gould, Richard H. 86, 106 Gouwens, Jane A. 62, 74, 82, 91, 169 Gowens, Meryl K. 58, 68, 77, 82, 93, 140 Graves, Susan F. 68, 89 Grissen, Delwin 112, 126 Groenewold, Janet J. 89, 160 Grootenhuis, Barbara A. 16, 58, 61, 68, 77, 91, 140 Grooters, John H. 169 Gross, Joseph W. 86, 140 Grube, Allen W. 121, 160 Haadsma, Ruth J. 75, 97, 140 Hackman, Sharon M. 93, 169 Hageman, Marianne 68, 82, 110, 169 Haken, Arlene J. 89, 91 Hakken, Donna R. 57, 58, 141 Halbersma, Elaine, M. 75, 169 Hamersma, John A. 160 Hamelink, John 61, 108, 175 Hammer, Charlotte 60, 86, 97, 141 Han, Ki Bum 141 Hansen, Marilyn M. 89, 161 Hardenberg, Donna M. 91 Hardy, Kara G. 97, 175 Harms, H. Paul 161 Harrington, Howard W. 61, 64, 65, 72 104, 175 Harrington, Stanley J. 68, 169 Harris, Thomas J. 66, 67, 74, 104, 112, 122, 123, 175

Harsevoort, Gloria L. 161 Hartgerink, Marlene 98, 99, 169 Hartsema, Virginia L. 91, 141 Hays, Sewell S. 75, 81, 176 Hays, Talmadge V. 122, 169 Hazelton, Sherwood L. 87, 108, 176 Heasly, Victor L. 161 Heins, John E. 106, 169 Hendrickson, J e r r y A. 106, 112, 161 Herrick, Julia R. 81, 99, 141 Hesselink, Charles B. 108, 161 Hesselink, Dorothy J. 68, 86, 93, 176 Hesselink, Mary E. 58, 72, 77, 86, 95, 141 Hielkema, Arthur G. 176 Hill, Alfred E. 64, 67, 82, 102, 176 Hillabrant, Julia A. 89, 161 Hilmert, J a m e s E. 104, 112, 124 Hoek, P e t e r G. 84, 86, 106, 176 Hoekman, Marie M. 85, 99, 156 Hoeksema, Lois A. 62, 67, 70, 74, 75, 77, 78, 84, 86, 99, 176 Hoellrich, Karl G. 62, 102 Hoff, Margaret A. 56, 80, 89 Hoffman, Robert J. 112, 161 Hoffman, Vernon D. 100, 142 Hoffman, William H. 176 Hoffmeyer, Mary J. 89, 161 Hogenboom, J. Dean 106, 142 Hollander, John L. 112, 114, 142 Hollander, Mary R. 97 Holmlund, John 113 Holt, William C. 132 Hondorp, Carol A. 89, 161 Hondorp, Gordon R. 60, 62, 74, 100, 176 Hood, John D. 70, 106, 161 Hook, G e r r i t 102, 176 Hop, Shirly A. 95, 142 Horton, Helen J. 89 Hoskins, Keith F. 66, 86, 102 Hospers, Margaret G. 70, 75, 97, 142 Hospers, Mary Jo 62, 72, 76, 97, 142 Houghtaling, Carol E. 70, 95, 169 Howard, Mari G. 91, 143 Huizenga, Clarence J. 57, 82, 86, 143 Huizenga, Nancy K. 89, 161 Hungerink, Helen M. 89, 161 Hunt, Una 70, 89, 161 Hunter, Mary B. 84, 95, 169 Izenbart, L a r r y A. 161 Jalving, Norma J. 161 Jansen, Donald J. 161 Jarvis, Jane A. 86, 93, 143 Jeffrey, Barbara A. 67, 70, 74, 75, 82, 86, 87, 93, 143 Jeltes, John 104, 126, 169 Jentz, Arthur H. 57, 59, 62, 74, 82, 85, 102, 143 Joffer, Helena M. 70, 75, 99, 143 Johnson, Barbara M. 95, 169 Johnson, Diane L. 64, 76, 91, 176 Johnson, Richard J. 176 Johnson, Robert S. 129 Jonker, Nelvie 68, 86, 93, 144 Julien, J e r o m e M. 161 Kalee, Robert J. (2) 100, 169 Kang, Young Chae 169 Kannell, Nancy J. 72, 89 Kaufman, Myron J. 102, 161 Keizer, John W. 108, 144 Keizer, Winona J. 89, 161 Kelly, Richard J. 100 Kempker, Jack J. 122, 123 Kessler, Robert S. 102, 161 Ket, Henrietta E. 169 Kim, Reiko 78, 89, 161 Kingma, Judy Y. 70, 93, 144 Kinkema, David R. 102 Kinney, Janet 68, 84, 95, 144 Kish, P o s e m a r i e 70, 74, 76, 93, 110, 170

Kissack, Wayne G. 108, 161 Klaaren, Eugene M. 80, 106, 161 Klaasen, A. John 106, 176 Klaasen, Jane A. 89, 161 Kleis, Glennyce M. 68, 76, 86, 93, 144 Kleinsteker, Carol S. 85, 170 Klomparens, Barbara G. 31, 87, 97, 176 Klyn, Marylin R. 76, 85 Knoll, Harold J r . 85, 102, 176 Knoll, Patricia A. 70 Knoper, Ronald D. 108, 161 Koeman, Janice A. 89, 161 Koester, Ronald 161 Koets, Paul D. 100, 108, 170 Kole, Kenneth W. 100 Kole, Magaret A. 161 Kole, Betty 161 Komejan, Delwyn D. 106 Kools, John W. 61, 144 Koop, Irwin H. 161 Kooyers, Alton D. 108, 176 Kortenhoven, Marilyn J. 89, 161 Korteling, Ralph G. 61, 106 Korver, Phyllis J. 70, 89, 110, 161 Kotlan, Marilyn A. 70, 145 Kots, David E. 170 Kotun, John J. 100, 177 Kraai, Franklin D. Kragt, Paul B. 100, 170 K r a m e r , F r a n c e s A. 76, 77, 86, 95, 177 K r a m e r , Ruth L. 93 K r a m e r , Willard A. 132 Kranendonk, J a m e s M. 87, 102, 177 K r e m e r , Barbara P. 95, 145 K r e m e r , J a m e s E. 145 Kroes, Donald J. 80, 104, 145 Kromann, Jean K. 60, 62, 72, 86, 97, 121, 177 Kruizenga, Barbara A. 68, 84, 85, 91, 145 Kruyf, Gerald J. 68, 81, 82, 106, 145 Kuiken, Roger N. 177 Kuiper, Ronald E. 108, 170 Kurth, Kathryn E. 70, 89, 161 Kurtz, Leonard R. 108, 161 Kuyers, David A. 106, 112 Kuyper, Carol A. 76, 86, 87, 91, 146 Laman, Gordon D. 68, 75, 146 Lamen, Howard J. 146 Lampen, L. 86, 146 Langejans, Calvin P. 72, 170 Lanning, Nicholas E. 104, 162 Lanser, Marvin G. 177 Larsen, J a m e s W. 162 Latham, William H. 59, 67, 80, 102, 110, 146 Lautenbach, Donald W. 112, 126, 162 Leaske, Fredrick G. 104, 112, 118, 124 Lee, Donald C. T. 108 Leigtiley, Joyce C. 66, 67, 77, 91, 170 Leonard, Roger M. 66, 75, 100 Lezniak, Robert J. 62, 102, 170 Lindahl, Charles E. 72, 102, 177 Lindskoog, Donald P. 170 Loew, Clyde W. 170 Lohman, Donald P. 162 Lokhorst, Ronald D. 108, 162 Loomans, Maurice E. 61, 65, 102, 177 Losee, Calvin Y. 86 Lubben, Nancy A. 70, 77, 86, 95, 146 Lubbers, Milton B, 86, 147 Lubbers, Tom J. 104, 162 Luidens, Carole L. 70, 89 Luidens, Marilyn 95, 177 Lup, Lawrence N. 104, 177 Luth, Carol J. 68, 89, 162 Maat, Phyllis R. 70, 74, 77, 86, 87, 95, 147 MacDonald, Kenneth P. 177 MacEachron, Jane H. 67, 72, 80, 85, 97, 170


MacKay, Janet A. 89, 162 Maines, Dorothy L. 95, 170 Markusse, David J. 112 Marsh, Gerard F. 86, 147 Martin, Arthur W. 66, 68, 108, 177 Martin, David J. 72, 147 Martin, H. Joseph 64, 65, 102, 132 Matheis, Carol A. 62, 70, 74, 77, 86, 93, 177 Mathews, Robert S. 70, 177 Maxam, Victor D. 67, 74, 104, 177 Mazzei, George W. 102, 170 McCahan, Carol M. 70, 95, 170 McCall, Thomas R. 102, 122, 147 McCormick, Georgia L. 91, 170 McGoldrick, Aileen I. 82, 84, 93, 170 Mclntyre, Joanna M. 177 McNeal, William D. 102, 162 Means, William A. 102 Meengs, William J. 72, 106, 170 Meerman, Nelvie R. 70, 82, 91, 170 Meeusen, Gordon A. 68, 104, 177 Meeuwsen, Daniel P. 104, 116, 177 Meiste, Shirley A, 70, 89, 162 Menning, Curtis B. 112, 124 Mericle, Beverly E. 89, 162 Meyer, John H. 102, 162 Michaelis, Cecilia M. 95, 170 Millard, Wayne A. 162 Miller, Constance 66, 70, 82, 84, 91, 171 Miller, Janice A. 89, 162 Moermond, Jack E. 147 Molenaar, Harold E. 106, 118, 119, 148 Monte, Susan J. 95, 171 Morgan, Richard T. 122, 162 Morris, Anne 162 Muilenberg, David C. 104, 159 Mulder, Harvey J. 104, 148 Mulder, Judy L. 89, 162 Mulder, Mark 126 Myers, Carol E. 162 Myers, Huston K. 102, 171 Needham, John A. 108, 162 Neevil, James A. 30, 68, 82, 100, 101, 148 Newhouse, Artel J. 89, 162 Newton, Marjorie A. 77, 86, 99, 148 Nieneker, Darle L. 61 Nienhouse, Audrey M. 60, 87, 97, 148 Nienouse, Ev 72, 104 Niles, E. Thomas 59, 61, 68, 148 Noorlag, William 106, 162 Normington, Cheryl J. 72, 93, 171 Northuis, Paul E. 106 Nyenhuis, Yvonne M. 16, 85, 97, 171 Olson, Art L. 122, 162 Oonk, Mary J. 163 Costing, Mary J. 89, 163 Ormiston, John B. 85 Ortquist, Richard T. 59, 60, 74, 104, 122, 123, 149 Ortquist, Milton 68, 171 Overbeek, Norman J. 122 Overocker, Harrison 102, 171 Padgett, John F. 171 Pangburn, Donald S. 102, 149 P a r i s , Donna M. 70, 91, 171 P a r k e r , Florence M. 75, 77, 78, 86, 99, 149 Parker, Patricia I. 93, 171 Pas, Sammie J. 68, 86, 95, 149 Pasma, Marcia M. 68, 75, 82, 86, 93, 149 Payne, David A. 178 Peck Janice E. 67, 82, 84, 91, 171 Peelen, Ethelanne 16, 68, 90, 91 Peelen, Joan W. 89, 163 Peelen, Kay D. 77, 97, 178 Peelen Matt H. 104, 112, 171

Peerbolt, Mariann 97 Pelgrim, George A. 110 P e t e r s , Muriel J. 178 Peterson, Robert N. 100, 171 Petroelje, Marvin J. 163 Petingull, Charles V. 102, 122 Petty, Neil E. 68, 86, 106, 178 Phillips, Dawn F. 91, 171 Pierson, Mary L. 163 Plaggemars, Warren K. 106 Plakke, Carol L. 91, 171 Plasman, John R. 78, 86, 100, 178 Plumert, Esther T. 72, 86, 95, 149 Poll, Joyce E. 89, 163 Pool, G. Nicholas 102, 103, 150 Poole, G. Anne 93, 172 Portinga, David E. 108, 163 Post, Lynn I. 57, 60, 110, 114, 121, 150 Preston, Dorothy A. 70, 85, 99, 172 Prins, Edward 150 Proos, Alyce 89, 163 Pschigoda, Loraine M. 163 Puehl, Lois J. 163 Quisenberry, Robert R. 108, 178 Raak, Truman 106, 172 Ramaker, Penelope S. 57, 58, 60, 62, 67, 80, 82, 97, 150 Redding, Theodore J. 31, 178 Redeker, Jerrald H. 81, 82, 86, 100, 150 Reimink, Floyd 163 Reininga, Beverly J. 89 Reisig, Carl E. 104 Remmelts, Jaymes E. 104, 126, 163 Renkema, Loren E. 156 Rhem, Richard A. 178 Richman, Frieda E. 156 Riekse, Martin J. 106, 172 Riemersma, Dwight L. 87, 104, 118, 150 Ritsema, Harold J. 66, 67, 70, 72, 108, 178 Ritsema, Robert A. 62, 70, 72, 118, 178 Roeloefs, Charles W. 82, 100; 110, 151 Roelofs, Roger G. 108, 178 Rolfs, Ellsworth A. 108, 178 Ronda, James A. 102, 163 Roskamp, Bertrand A. 151 Roundhouse, Frances M. 68, 172 Rowell, Leonard G. 65, 72, 74, 75, 100, 178 Roy, William A. 72, 163 Rozeboom, Henry M. 172 Rozeboom, Mary L. 68, 76, 91, 151 Ruble, Joan K. 163 Rynbrand, Kay G. 77, 84, 86, 97, 178 Rynbrand, Reda A. 72, 91, 178 Rypma, Judy A. 97, 178 Salm, Nell R. 57, 58, 79, 151 Samse, Robert K. 84, 102, 151 Sandahl, William L. 106 Sasaki, Nozomu D. 100, 163 Saunders, Robert W. 104, 126, 163 Schaafsma, Shirley A. 16, 89 Schmidt, Doris H. 75, 89, 163 Schneider, Sara L. 66, 67, 97, 172 Scholten, Donald P. 106 Schreur, Donald W. 172 Schoon, Dale R. 106, 112 Schrier, Dale R. 100, 151 Schultz, Richard L. 112, 115, 152 Schut, Clarence 70, 163 Schut, Lawrence J. 70, 100, 172 Scott, Donald W. 70, 163 Scudder, Kenneth E. 100, 163 Shih, Paul G. 152 Shoemaker, Jason R. 108, 172 Short, June E. 89, 163 Siedentop, Larry A. 64, 78, 85, 102, 178

Sienstra, Phyllis A. 84, 172 Skinner, Dorothy M. 70, 172 Slack, Edward G. 164 Smith, Ethel I. 82, 87, 95, 178 Smith, Sallie E. 95 Smith, Sue 95, 172 Soeter, Janet-Lou 155 Soeter, John R. 64, 65, 82, 84, 108, 116, 178 Sottitada, Suphan 108, 172 Southland, Evon J. 61, 74, 75, 86, 95, 110, 178 Spaan, David B. 67, 104, 124 Spaulding, John H. 156 Spencer, F r a n c e s R. 156 Squire, Richard T. 106, 152 Staal, Philip, W. 61, 178 Stadt, Richard A. 164 Stam, Kenneth D. 108, 172 Staples, Donald, G. 102, 122, 164 Stegenga, Henry A. 70, 152 Stegink, Lewis D. 61 Stepanek, Ronald L. 75, 122 Stikkle, Doris L. 70, 89, 164 Stoffregen, Doris E. 60, 68, 75, 78, 84, 98, 99, 152 Stout, J a m e s R. 104, 122 Swanson, Bertil W. 164 Swart, Floyd P. 100 Swart, Nella J. 85, 95, 172 Takas, Gerald A. 102 Tahkofper, Lucretia 178 Tallmadge, June D. 70, 75, 95, 172 Taylor, Helen G. 89, 164 Tazelaar, Annemarieke 89 Teal, Christiana H. 164 Teck, Roger M. 106, 164 Te Grotenhuis, Ramond 68, 95, 178 Te Hennepe, Eugene K. 68, 74, 78, 85, 172 Teitsma, Arjen 61, 152 Tellman, Georgianne J. 99, 172 Tellman, Virginia L. 164 Ten Haken, Carol J. 95, 110, 172 Ten Haken, Margaret M. 68, 89, 164 Ten Haken, Richard E. 59, 86, 153 Ten Hoeve, Thomas 59, 68, 74, 81, 82, 153 1 Ten Pas, John H. 62, 106, 164 Ter Haar, Garry L. 106 Ter Molen, Larry R. 104, 112, 124 Teusink, Dwayne D. 104, 118, 126, 172 Thorns, Lois E. 70, 78, 89, 164 Thomson, Robert J. 118, 164 Tien, Sandra R. 172 Tiller, Audry M. 89, 164 Timmer, Albert H. 132 Timmer, Blaine E. 104, 112, 124, 172 Toppen, Phillip R. 106 Tornga, Lois M. 36, 58, 60, 68, 74, 82, 97, 153 Traver, Richard L. 164 Troost, Sarah A. 89, 164 Tubergen, Norma J. (Ouderkirk) 93, 172 Tubergen, Yvonne C. 70 Tulenko, Robert A. 102, 172 Tuttle, Hubert A. 164 Underwood, Suzanne 62, 70, 74, 75, 82, 84, 86, 95, 178 Van Ark, Bernard J. 104, 153 Van Ark, Robert E. 102, 178 Van Dam, Johnny H. 104, 132, 164 Van De Linder, Lois J. 153 Vanden Berg, Ruth E. 91 Vanden Bos, John W. 108, 164 Vanden Bosch, Warren D. 106, 163 Vanden Brink, Bea J. 89 Vanden Brink, Ronald D. 164 Vande Poel, Mary L. 89, 164 Vanderborgh, Virginia N. 64, 68, 85, 91


Vander Hey, Douglas W. 75, 100, 178 Vander Hoven, Mary C. 60, 84, 86, 91, 178 Vander Jagt, Elizabeth M. 75, 89, 164 Vander Kolk, Roger D. 68, 172 Vander Kooy, Edward T. 100, 173 Vander Laan, Karl E. 70, 100, 154 Vander Lind, Merwyn 104, 112, 118, 122, 123, 173 Vander Lugt, Robert W. 102, 173 Vander Male, John 75, 173 Vander Meer, Carol A. 84, 89, 164 Vander Molen, Deanna F. 164 Vander Mollen, Everett 106 Vandermyde, Charmaine R. 58, 61, 75, 82, 86, 93, 110, 154 Vander Ploeg, Elmer C. 156 Vander Ploeg, Marvin 70 Vander Schaaf, Ronald O. 67, 70, 86, 108, 154 Vander Werf, Nathan H. 68, 179 Vander Werff, Lyle L. 59, 74, 75, 100, 154 Vander Wilt, Marlin Anthon 70, 108, 179 Vander Yacht, William C. 68, 179 Vander Yacht, Clifford J. 154 Vande Vusse, Kenneth L. 84 Vande Water, T e r r y D. 173 Vande Zande, Elsie D. 68, 75, 93, 110, 179 Van Doom, William H. 76, 97, 179, 164 Van Doornik, Merwin D. 64, 65, 75, 100, 179 Van Duinen, Joyce M. 70, 91, 179 Van Dyke, E r m a J. 60, 77, 84, 86, 91, 179 Van Dyke, Helen J. 99, 173 Van Dyke, John W. 61, 100, 173 Van Eenenaam, David O. 60, 62, 64, 65, 74, 84, 104, 179 Van Eenenaam, Isla 16, 62, 89 Van Emburg, George H. 70, 75, 179 Van Es, Mary L. 68, 86, 90, 91, 179 Van Essen, Hendrik 179 Van Etten, Donald D. 59, 60, 61, 87, 100, 154 Van Faasen, Paul 156 Van Farowe, Harvey W. 179 Van Grouw, Steven 173 Van Hatten, Melchior H. 164

Van Heest, Harriet E. 67, 95, 173 Van Hoeven, Donald T. 110, 114, 154 Van Iwaarden, John L. 108 Van Koevering, B a r r y D. 165 Van Koevering, Keith C. 179 Van Koevering, Paul 179 Van Kolken, Paul M. 173 Van Lente, Anita S. 68, 87, 99, 180 Van Lierop, Jeanne C. 75, 99, 180 Van P e u r s e m , Jan 89 Van Putten, B a r b a r a 64, 65, 77, 86, 90, 91, 180 Van Singel, Gary L. 108, 165 Van Slageren, Suzie 16, 57, 58, 61, 77, 82, 97, 155 Van't Hoff, Lynn C. 68, 85, 91, 173 Van Voorst, Beverly A. 89, 165 Van Wart, Robert R. 67, 106, 173 Van Wingeren, Joan P. 93, 155 Van Zoeren, Thelma E. 165 Vasey, Joseph N. 173 Veldman, Jay E. 93, 173 Veldman, Marcia A. 31, 68, 90, 91, 155 Veltman, Robert B. 180 Ver Beek, Carl E. 70, 104, 165 Ver Beek, Harley D. 106, 165 Verduin, Robert V. 100, 180 Ver Hulst, Jack 173 V e r - M e e r , Dale H. 165 Ver Schure, Joyce E. 95 Ver Steeg, Jackson D. 100, 180 Ver Woert, Gordon J. 100, 165 Vicha, Diane 66, 155 Vinstra, H. Raymond 173 Visscher, Henry B. 165 Volkema, Shirley L. 89, 121, 165 Volkenborn, Elizabeth T. 89, 110, 173 Volkenborn, Erika M. 56, 93, 165 Volink, Mary A. 93, 180 Vos, Hetty M. 70, 165 Voshel, Jeanne K. 70, 89, 165 Voss, Faye R. 62, 70, 78, 89 Voss, Harry R. 89, 104, 112 Vrugink, H. Elaine 82, 99, 155 Wade, Helen L. 70, 89, 165 Waggoner, William C. 102, 112 Wagner, Jan 106, 180 Walchenbach, Jack R. 60, 100, 116, 124 Ward, Bruce A. 180 Warnshuis, Mary L. 70, 89, 165 Warren, Alice M. 91, 173

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Wassink, Jerome H. 100, 165 Watt, Paul D. 112, 165 Weber, Eugene E. 173 Webster, Gordon J. 70, 155 Weed, Ethelyn J. 89, 165 Weener, Alyce A. 70, 86, 95, 180 Weersing, Spencer 104, 165 Weiss, A. Dorothy 60, 86, 156 Welch, Marcia A. 70, 72, 84, 89, 165 Wendt, Ruth S. 89, 165 Wenzel, B a r b a r a J. 89, 165 Wessels, Janet C. 77, 89, 165 Westenbroek, Wayne D. 100, 122, 165 Westerbeke, Edward J. 102, 166 Westra, Virginia J. 89, 166 Westrate, Janice R. 89, 166 Wetherbee, Ronald W. 112, 122 White, Nancy C. 89, 166 Widmer, Herbert T. 116, 124 Wiegerink, Paul H. 112, 124 Wierks, Marianne 67, 97, 156 Wildschut, Marianne 89, 166 Williams, Glen 116, 173 Williams, Robert L. 78, 80, 102 Winter, John E. 104 Winter, Jurrein H. 104 Winter, Robert A. 67, 104, 180 Wolfe, Barbara M. 93, 173 Woltman, Kenneth G. 108, 173 Woodcock, David L. 104, 112, 118, 122 Woods, Joe W. 106, 166 Workman, Henrietta I. 166 Wright, Ruth E. 68, 74, 173 Wyma, Richard J. 100, 173 Wyngarden, J a m e s F. 173 Yin, Robert I. 68, 74, 108 Yin, Stanley Y. 100 Yntema, Sheryl V. 75, 85, 93, 173 Yonkers, Harvey W. Yonkers, Russell C. 70, 166 Young, Joseph Zeng, George K. Zhe, Carolyn R. 85, 89, 166 Ziegler, J a m e s W. 156 Zilverberger, Louise J. 99 Zimmerman, Raymond L. 100, 166 Zoet, Gene A. 156 Zomer, William 106 Zuverink, Vernon L. 122 Zwyghuizen, John E. 108, 166 Zylman, T e r r i l J. 70 Zylstra, Evelyn M. 56, 75, 180, 166

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