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

 - Class of 1936

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iii-.if - - - , Y .,,, iii 1 - --- - . O 05-0. A T75 :,A A,1x,A,.e-.1-,.s,A A,4 - A., LA., O9 4 Dorothy Wierenga Dorollry ix lllo lriml of ll' girl uv' 11141411 lo allow' up ovary cron-fl. Nha wa.-r u nmfmbvv' of llm flirls' lllwfl mul llle Girls' Gln: l'l-ul: rm-rl urlwl on lhr' Flusx Day mul lHIIlfllllI!'l'IllI'Ill 1'0llllllllt!'I!8. Harry Yankey flll'l'I'l', n-rll liked, mul frm- Ifllinux -V Ill 14 x 1: 1'lml'af'l1'ri:4' llurry. lfzesirlvx living u fini' lmmis player. hr' u-as a mvfm- lwr of lllf' Ill-Y mul Nl'l'l'I'll on ilu' fmnuul .walzfx and pholn vom- rllillvw.-r. x. 4'-" Leon Wood Alllzofugh inclined to the quiet lype, Leon proved himself one of flm 'most likable boys in .-frlmol. He won his letter in Iran-If besides hold-ing member- .-:lrip in the A Capella Choir and Clless Team. Robert Ypma .Yo fi-nor yentlmnan can be found in the Senior Class. Bob look pa,-rt in class activities and Il'IlN ll member of the senrior play Fllbff. Marie Zaagsma Marie .veems to like music, for xlre 'wus in Ike A Capella Choir. f1'l10blll!'l' proof is that she look part in the Operelta, She was also cz vnembor of the Girls' Meet mul the Girls' Glee Club. SENIORS NOT HAVING PICTURES IN ANNUAL Mrs. Marjorie Atkinson Orville Maurits Karl A. Chachulski Virginia McGarry Robert Clayton Wilma Schultheiss Raymond Crawford Henry George Stoepker John Kos O SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Senior Play ...,....... Class Day .,,.s........... Annual Sale ......... Photo ,..........l........,........ Announcements ........ J Ring and lin ........., Memorial ..,.. , ....,...... Color .....,,...............,...,,...,............ Motto ..,................,....,..................... Flowers and Visiting ........... C271 ..........Betty Dunbar ...........B0b Walker ...,,..,........jean Carew .....Nina Anderson Jerry Hertig ........,Norman Foley .,,..Donald Courter Dorothy Glutting ......,Gordon Gezon .........Jayne Van Stee

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jayne Van Stee .Q-nn' ,ff .. .... 5. - O 05 'ah-"1 AAA,-AAAA -A -,A,. ... v, .,A, - , , . , , 4 A 8 layne has a smrnty smile, 'no matter how star-my the oma- lher. She was a member of the Ulass Day vofnvnittce, vlzairfman of the z'is'itiny and flower com- mittea, and a member of the Senior Girl Reserves anfl "Hfuclflelmrry Finn" cast. George Vryland Zllay we present George, a bril- liant slfaflenl, at vlorer jofttraal- ist.. the 1,'orsr1iilo Prasifleat of the Senior Class? He playful an imymrtant role in the Senior Play. Ho shows his ability by bainy clzoscm loarler of his class mid Manayiny Ertitor of the Evho. Ho 'was also Presicllenl of the National Honor Society. Robert Walsh Bob was one of the quieter 'Tl'll!IlIlIC4I'S of the rlass, whose hobby enrprsssecl itself in the form of atlzletivs. He 'was a member of the C Club as the result of his part in. football null traolf. Louise Walters Louise is small, quiet, and shy. but 'very friendly. Boing infar- osterl in music, she 'was in the Senior Orr-liestra, a fnmmbor of the Girls, Science Club, anrl srrlvfzl on tho l'lass Day and riuy anti pin vommitlfws. Esther Weersing Esther is little of stature but biy of heart. Sim is as shy as a riolst that van bo found yrozriuy in a shady aoolf. She was a mmnbar of the ClIlll'l!7S.ll Squad and of the senior play and molto rommillaes. osephine Van Popering a yooct sport. "Jon" is just that mul 'ire expect to sm' hor .z'r'1,l in, il so-me day. Sho var- -ritfcl ou, lmr rlalios as a member of lhe Echo Staff. r - ,A auf- , I qw' W ' ' t 34 To .S"IHfl'l'1!!l in life our must be V ,, , i y ' R I X- xx R I x l vt N X Q' hu ll L E. Mn. tg- 4 .5 , i261 ri. 'Jr F. Robert Walker S1'otIaml's yift to Creslon., was a fworllty OILU. His qualifies as a loatlar were 'revealed in his rwtirilrie.-r, for Bob 'was the HSIIOII'-clffw of tht' Senior Play, l'rf'si1ls'nI of tlto Sl-ulltmt UOIHI' oil, Captain, of the D1zbal'i1Ly Tram, frailarn mlitor of the livho. and chairman of the Vlass Day ronimiltwp. dqpqf af"-' 066' Zelma Walsh Zelma is always the same sweet yirl. Sho 'was a nwmber of the lioho Staff. flirls' Sf-imzve Club, Girls' Rival, ,lmrior Hoalyo- Portye, aml the Girls' Glre f'l'ltb Webber be likened to a bomb- shwll of mis:-liirff. He was a 'marnlmr of the football trfafm, .'lll1l'I,tltl Staff", aml the 11-i-Y and tho C' Club. lla was onl- stamliny in his iuIm'p-rfflalirm of "finals" in "IlVaah1lebarry Finn" and sm"ivm'l 0711 the srniior play a-nrt photo 607I'l'llllHC1f'.V. Nancy Joy Weersing lfmzryretic and a 11 I ff a s a 11, t frimzd, ".loi4-eff" flirt a yroat rlwal of 'work rm Ihr' ICr,'ho as a rnpurtlfr and on the flvtnual Staff. Sho snrrml on. the photo avul Class llay 1-rnnmittaa.-5 and bslovtyarl lo tha Ililcers' antl Girls' Sr'il'11r'a Clfubs.



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,,.-nib-.11 Y ' 4.-7 - - , - - - 0 ..-A -- '----- as a ,agrq-Lv :,A,A,a-,A,.f-,I-,a.,n A 4 - x :gf ,tuf- CLASS OFFICERS George Vryland President Helen Ball Vice-President Louise Tamboer Secretary Bill Plank Treasurer CLASS PROPHECY In the year 1955, Mr. and Mrs. Crestonite are sitting in their garden when grandfather enters with the newspaper. Mr. Crestonite remarks that he had almost feared jack McClary had been around and collected it with the rest of the old rags and papers. As the old gentleman begins to read the editorial page, he turns with disgust for a new editor, George Vryland, has begun another column about Creston of '36. Since that was his graduating class, Mr. Crestonite immediately becomes inter' ested and scans the pages with his father. On the first page they discover an article which informs them that Florence Harrison and Wilma Vanden Bout were employed as secretaries to the President of the United States and Joe Kolderman has recently been honored by the position of Ambassador to Bermuda. Helen Ball also is employed by the government as Chief' offPo1ice at Lowell. Thomas Reeves, Bill Reed, and Gerald Gebraad have also made their way to the "home of politicians," being employed as engineers of aeronautics at Washington, D. C. In connection with the governmental affairs, the newspaper announced that Nina Anderson, Ambassador to England, had arrived in New York and was greeted by a committee from the Federated WOmCl11S Clubs of America consisting of Bernice McLaughlin, Merle McPherson, Yvonne Marsh, Lois Ross, Shirley Simmons, Florence Smith, and Margaret Squires. On the following page, which presented more minor affairs, they found that a committee composed of Doris Miller, Ruth Northedge, Elizabeth Rickling, Betty Steed, Jessie Patten, Dorothy Rosset, Wilma Schultheis, Carl Shangraw, Robert Postma, and Raymond Crawford were involved in securing better living conditions for Grand Rapids. Roderick Finch is president of the manufacturing company of Cellophane Life Saving Belts, situated in this city and has hired as his outstanding salesmen, Earl Thiebout, Wilbert Sorenson, and Howard McLaughlin. An appointf ment as guard at Sing Sing was bestowed upon Leonard Straayer because his past record showed he was capable of holding this position. Senator Geraldine McDaniels is now trying to pass her child labor law and has Audrey Hamacher, Lawerence Hoover, jack Freyling, john Neele, Bernard Nerli, and Eugene Mann campaigning for it while Governor Paul Lamphear, who is also very much for it, keeps his secref tary, Helen Langeler, busy writing speeches and his campaign manager, Claire Houran, had to hire Donald johnson, John Kos, and Carroll Prins to help him. In continuing their reading, the gentlemen found that Lorraine Tamboer was teaching mathematics while Louise had married a wealthy owner of a chain of stores EFINGIJ ....i..-. 5 -df K-,ft .. W - -. J. l ,,lu5 lullI N qi fvf' , "' ' 'm A "4A9A0"4'fW'5'LQs -.-L'.'.'- ' AOA A WAQA OLAOAJK .4 I281

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