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Page 84 text:
AAATI-IE NIN EEN THIRTY-ONE SAGAAAA
S Byrd kept in touch with the activities of the rest of the world by radio, the
students of Creston learn more about the activities of their fellow classmates
and teachers through the medium of the Echo and the Quarterly.
The Echo, a four column, four page weekly newspaper, has a circulation of
approximately SOO copies per week.
The Quarterly is a magazine and served as an outlet for literary talent of the
student body and also an exchange for departmental activities.
The Echo Staff is as follows:
Executive Editor .
Managing Editor .
Assistants . , . .
News Directors . .
Editorial Writers .
Dorothy Middleton, Betty Todd, Dorothy Cavanaugh, Marion DeVries,
. . . . Wilma Vander Waals, Crystal DeYoung, Margaret Watson
. . . . . . . . . . . . Ruby White, Bertha Mae Hendee
Humor Editors . . ..........,... Nellie DeRyke. Vera Klepser
Exchange Editors . ..........,.. Kathlyn Porter. Helen Steenrnan
Feature Editors . . ....... Phyllis Howell, Betty Redemsky, Helen Stechman
Art Editors . . . ......,....... John Kenny, Joseph Timmer
Alumni Editors . . ............ Eleanor Hodges, Marjorie Anderson
Boys' Athletic Editor ..........,....... Howard Hawkins
Girls' Athletic Editor .................. lviargaret Verlin
Makeup Editors . .............. Helene Krull, Eleanor Gilbert
Copy Editor , . . .................. Georgiana Baker
Proof Readers . . ......... Mary Norris, Betty Bruce, Evelyn Steenman
HeadfLine Writer . .................. Don Bergstrom
Typists .,.. Ernest Ten Elshof, Margaret Davis, Cora Dryer, Dana Scherpenisse.
Elizabeth West, Josephine Birch
Reporters .... Marion Daverman, Esther Bishop, Agnes Iohnson, Elton Hansen.
Judith Glover, Helen Stechman, Francis Beremand, Geraldine Lynch.
Mary Callaghan, Edith Peterson, Marion Bird
Advisers ................... Miss Lindberg, Miss Biddle
A Business Manager' ................ Josephine Van Valkenburg
Advertising Staff . . . Alice Van Stee, Managerg Jeanne Marlett. Flora Youngs, Alice Leys
Circulation Managers ............. Sarah Sterken, Louise Lindeboom
Adviser ........................ Miss Spencer
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Page 83 text:
AAATHE NINETEEN THIRTY-ONE SAGA444
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HE Saga staff, composed only of Seniors, is under the direct supervision of Miss
This year the staff chose an entirely different arrangement of the book and
worked hard to make it a success.
The art work was under the direction of Miss Hirschfield, the clubs were
supervised by Miss Biddle, Miss Spencer had charge of the business department,
and Mr. Bowersox, athletics. Miss Clarke was literary advisor.
A campaign for the sale of Sagas was put on by the Senior and junior classes.
Byrd's expedition to the South Pole is the model of the year book.
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Page 85 text:
AAATHIE NINIETIEIEN TI-IIRTY-ONIE SAGAA44
7-Back to school. Everything looks quite strangeg clean windows, scrubbed
desks, and several other thingamajigs. There is only one danger on this hrst
day business-slipping on the freshly oiled linoleum in the halls.
12-First meeting of the Boys' Science Club. Much scrambling for seats.
20-Yeah team! Yeah team!! The Brst football game of the season. Austin from
Chicago proved easy victims.
27-Muskegon Heights game and oh what yelling followed by many husky
throats and whispers.
29-Election of class officers. Seniors all busy with ballots. Lots of whispered
"Who are you going to vote for?" and much excitement.
1-The Student Council Inauguration was a serious and remembered date.
The oiicers have planned to accomplish much this year.
4-Long faces followed the game in which we were defeated by Union.
8-Report cards accompanied by cold shivers and sighs. "What did you get
in--il' was a familiar query.
10-The irst meeting of the ring and pin committee. Much discussion folf
lowed about whether you liked No. 1 or No. 2 in what color. It is lots of
fun choosing rings and pins, "I like this one, but I don't like that at all."
18 Come on team' That big game with South' Oh what a big disappoint
ment to be met by defeat!
20 An enthusiastic meeting of the Vodvil committee accomplished much in
a business way We surely are looking forward to a big show
27 Those desiring to brighten their torch of knowledge enrolled in our
evening school today We have many such industrious persons
1 We defeated Catholic Central in a spectacular game with a score of 6 to O
Another feather in Creston s cap'
7 The disciples of Demosthenes fiom Creston lost a hard fought debate to
the forum warriors of Muskegon Heights at Creston
8 Our gridders won a battle over Central s team for the first time fin th
history of the school Another rung on the ladder to fame has been climbed
15 Oh joy! Our Maize and Blue upset the Green and White in a game at
Island Park More good news
27 Thanksgiving Day with turkey and plum pudding galore' Lots of tummy
28 Owing to the feed on the previous day 1 much needed vacation was
gratefully received Many should have had a whole week to recuperate
5 Another big day our hrst basket ball game We lost to Holland Chris
tian but it made our team more determined
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