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Page 15 text:
I, Lora Weaver, leave my place in the front seat of a green Hudson to all Jun
I, Margaret Wierenga, leave my ability to get along with everybody to Julia
We, Niel Walter and Abe Moerland, leave our Senior Class to the world.
To the Faculty . . . . . Our gained Knowledge.
To the Juniors .... . . Our co-operative ways.
To the Sophomores . . . . Our energetic manner.
To the Freshmen ...... Our good reputation.
Senior Class of 1953
Did Most for Byron and Did Byron for the Most - Marilyn Kiel
Class Politician - Arvin Tap
Apple Polisher - Pearl Howerzyl
Class Tallest and Shortest - Larry Isenhoff and Ed Doolittle
Dignified and Undignified - Darlene Painter and Ken Kruis
lnseparables - Paul Troost and Wayne Isenhoff
Class Dreamer - Don Nyenhuis
Country Gent and Lady - John Van Dyke and Jean Boone
Boy and Girl Athlete - Marve Nyenhuis and Ruth Osinga
Class Romance - Jim Walter and Lora Weaver
Prettiest Girl and Cutest Guy - Lois Feenstra and Marve Nyenhuis
Class Chatterboxes - Marilyn Batey and Marie Miller
Man-hater and Woman-hater - Margaret Wierenga and Ray Steenwyk
Bashful Girl and Ladies Man - Marion Bultsma and Ron Butler
Popular Girl and Boy - Shirley Homrich and Marve Nyenhuis
Bashful Boy and Class Flirt - Larry Silvernail and Carol Middlebush
Most Likely to Succeed - Paul Troost
Best Dressed - Marlene Mast and Ruth Osinga
, Prettiest Smile - Norine Pfeiffer
First to Wed - Gwenne Beilfuss
Most Willing - Marilyn Kiel and Pearl Howerzyl
Most Studious - Liz Adamson and Doris Steffes
Sleeping Beauty in Government - Marve Van Sweden
Slow Poke - Jim Elzinga
Class Leaders - Paul Troost, Marilyn Kiel, and Liz Adamson
Peppiest - Naomi Gipe and Ruth Osinga
Boys Who Were Going To - Jim Elzinga and John Van Dyke
Carefree Characters - Shirley Homrich and Ken Kruis
Most Quiet and Least Quiet - Marlene Buckowing and Norm Sterken
Dependables - Evelyn Gill and Pearl Howerzyl
Best Natured - Jean Boone and Ray Steenwyk
Class Character and Class Comedian - Jim Elzinga and
Page 17 text:
In the autumn of 1950 nearly forty-two busy bees swarmed around Mr. Burt
and Miss France for advice. Being Freshmen at the time, we were naturally
very ambitious. As the school term went along we lost several of our swarm
but gained some also. It proved to be a very prosperous year.
As Sophomores we followed the counsel of Mr. Folkert and Mr. Wells. Sel-
ling greeting cards was our main project. Our hive was drained of honey. The
bees just weren't very lively. The top bees were: President . . . Ronald Sabin,
Vice-Pres . . . Melvin Berkompas, Secretary . . . Robert Beute, Treasurer
. . . Leila Monroe, Sgt.-of-arms . . . Elgin McConnon. Linda Bazan and Edward
MacDonald represented our hive in the Round Table discussions. Crystal Dyer
represented us in the Queen's Court.
Our able advisors this year were Mr. Klinesteker and Miss France. The
class officers were: President . . . Crystal Dyer, Vice Pres . . . Shirley Chase,
Secretary . . . Norma Bartz, Treasurer . . . Edward MacDonald, Sgt.-of-arms
. . . Donald Dykstra. -
This year we have been awarded S10 for our participation in the Harvest
Festival. We also won the half-day off in the contest concerning the magazine
Six of our bees were members of the football squad. They were: Edward
MacDonald, Larry Christian, Henry Pratt, Burrell Stein, Dan Buckowing, and
Cliff Van Houven.
We are especially proud of one of our members of the football squad. This
is Dan Buckowing. Dan, who was an excellent player, will not be able to play
next year, but he will assist the coaches.
This year's representative to the Queen's Court was Linda Bazan. We had
a very good year and we are looking forward to next year when we will make
our long journey at the end of the year.
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