Creston High School - Saga Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1929

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be Ouulufa '39 -Q X .ulrnn fo bs Nnl1,,,,,!f .5- Num,-,yi,7 -Q1 Qtr-1.-,Q f0 U Q 9 X X, N Q X 1, xx fl s N Q 2 : Class Song Cur days at Creston now are o'er, As Schoolmates we must part. Four years of work and fun and play With happiness at heart. We're leaving now this dear old school With halls so big and wide. Our teachers and the friends we've made Will always be our guide. CHCRUS- So singe ye class of twentyfnine, Push onward, do not fail. . Three cheers, ye school from out the north, O Creston, forward sail! Hold high your colors, Maize and Blue, Let loud your voices ring, As marching on to fields anew, To Creston High we'll sing. No one can tell what lies ahead, Light hearts may saddened be, VVhile joy untold may he the lot Of others on life's sea, Some may have wealth and great domain, Some may travel far and wide, Yet always through the years we'll sing, All hail thee, Creston High. Florence Pearsall, Evelyn Van Bree. .3 X! Q It + iii." tn! jial u igila V. .::Fa tf! .P.f 4a5Y U73

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X I , - V X ' g . 4,, A, ., ,V ,. , K Qsxtu 110,014 Q4X,iu1f.f-gg Q?SNxl1l1,,L0 ,Swan ,W XX5,4Niu,1,,T?, . L , 5 X 4 L Class Will We, the Seniors of '29, being of a sound and sane condition of mind and body, do bequeath our possessions as follows: I, Thelma Barclay, do bequeath to Mary Hands my initials, providing she doesn't get the disease implied thereby. I, Chet De Nuyl, do bequeath to Neil Ludwick my athletic ability, I, Angeline Oudesluys, do bequeath to whomsoever is capable of holding such a high position my reputation as class chatterbox. I, Don Brandt, do bequeath to Irving Smith my popularity with the girls. I, Bessie Taylor, do bequeath to Agnes Ghysels my seat at the piano, providing she watches the music and not anyone else. I, Marion Vander Noot, do bequeath my boisterous nature to Agnes Buchan. I, Ed Baas, do bequeath to William Heyns my dramatic ability, may h-e be a successful scene shifter. I, Bill Isabell, do bequeath to Warren Oatley my avoirdupois. I, Florence Pearsall, do bequeath my interest in the Girl Reserves to Pearl MacDermond. I, Al Rosendall, do bequeath to Frank DeYoung my presidential ability. I, Loren Hoogerhyde, do bequeath to Fred Norman my ability as a mile runner. I, Evelyn Van Bree, do bequeath to Bda Herwig my ability to do and say the right thing at the right time. I, Ruth Vis, do bequeath to Mary Daniels my calm outlook on life, I, Melvin Larson, do bequeath to Bill Wagenaar my ability to get along with Mr. Wood, on condition that he does not beat him at chess too often. I, Clarice Lybart, do bequeath to Helen Van Vuren my ability to upset nice full ink bottles. I, George Anderson, do bequeath to Lester Kurz my Buick car if he will keep it washed and polished for a change. I, Dorothy Fleming, do bequeath to June Roest my loud voice. I, Eileen Malone, do bequeath to Margaret Wendler my cheerful and bright personality on consideration that she will take good care of it. I, Dorothy Calrow, do bequeath to Bob Slack my position as blackboard decorator. I, Bee Wenger, do bequeath to Dorothy Van Aken, my ability to have and to hold the Seniors' Class President. I, Lillian Vander Veen, do bequeath to Helen Calkins, the privilege of using the first aid room when she has a run in her hose. I, James Kos, do bequeath to Roger Bresnaham my lengthy basketball reach. I, Henrietta Oost, do bequeath to Genevieve Wilkowski my journalistic ability. I, Carole Canfield, do bequeath to Florence Hartwell my high position in life. I, Paul Hoye, do bequeath to Rae De Bree my ability to get along with the Faculty. I, Doris Symes, do bequeath to Elizabeth Symes my desk in the Senior session room. I, Marie Schouwenaar, do bequeath to Marion Vander Meulen my position as tallest girl. I Maxine Cook, do bequeath to Mary Ann Welch my ability as a dancer. I, John Dykman, do bequeath to John Van't Hof my position as caretaker of the Ferns. b H I Versal Lamphear, do bequeath to Lawrence Eno my ability to captain a successful foot- a team. I, Walt Goebel, do bequeath to Frank Ver Berg some of my height. I, Grayce Callaghan, do bequeath to Hazel or Helen Taylor my man'hating ideas. I, G, Van Poperin, do bequeath to V. Fox my ability to get on a committee and then fall down on the job. Lastly, we, the Seniors of '29, do bequeath to the Juniors our teacher, Mr. Buss, our two ferns, and our new session room. s s Signed, THE SENIORS OF '29. Witnesses: Mr. Buss, A Sophomore, The Two Ferns. A. E 1 fgtii gn .,,.. - :gg f ,.f'H .cf'g: n j' .jj :', - 215 egg' fi '43 i36l



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xt 'ul 1 ff 'XJ ' ull: Sf Y- nhl, 'f 4 ' .44 ' fy f X X- ' I V ff , x go foo f x4' '46 O x Su fro f bow' 'wil 7 f4t0' " f .C 5 Left to Right, First Row: Paul Hoye, Henrietta Oost, Harold Adams, Anna Marie Cross, Gilbert Van Poperin, Grace Callaghan, William Heyns. Second Row: Meyer Shapiro, Ona Slocum, Polly Scott, Elsie Imler, Katherine Kellogg. Katherine Lancl- man. Eileen Malone, Thelma Barclay, Chester Denuyl. The Saga HE Annual Committee chosen by Mr. Buss and Miss Lindberg put forth their best efforts in presenting an interesting and accurate account of the history of the Senior Class. A new precedent of having the Junior Class take charge of the business part of the Saga was started and Miss Spencer and the juniors deserve to be complimented on the success with which it was completed. ANNUAL COMMITTEE EditorfinfChief ............. Assistant Editor .......... .....Anna Marie Cross .......Grayce Callaghan Literary Editor .,.......... ....,....... H enrietta Cost Club Editor ........................ ...................... P olly Scott Boys' Club Editor ..........., ..,..........,....... , ........... E d Baas Art Editor ................. - .... .Katherine Landman John Feringa - Helen Putt Assistant Art Editors. Bob Slack Joke Editor ...., - .....,..., - ........... .....,... Advertising Manager .......... Assistants ...................,..... , ......... Business Manager ......... ..... Circulation Managers.- ........ Photo Editors ........... - .... - Faculty Advisors ............ Vervaine Wigent L Howard Nies ...........-....,Chet Denuyl .................Meyer Shapiro fOna Slocum lWilliam Heyns Imler .............Haro1d Adams Katherine Kellogg Bob Daverman Miss Barr Mr. Buss Miss Lindberg Miss Spencer I F!F2S5!aaAFiA4a4FiBt59iEk1AFWE1a H -f'1aaA !haQd !iK!F!LaA E331

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