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Last Row --- R. Dykhouse, W. Hzirrinfztnn, J. Damon, E. Westra, L. Hillis, L.
B. Beach, R. Saunders, R. Van Zytveld.
Third Row --- D. Hoextcr, M. Pierce, J. Myers, R. Walker, G. Bauer, M.
Second Row- W. Glovick, W. Thiebout, H. Yankey, F. Hautmzm, W. Duke, D.
G. Gr-brziud, Mr. Linden.
First Row-C. Hooxrcrland. H. Symes, C. Tuttle, W. Dickinson, N. Foley, H.
The Hi'Y Club under the advisership of Mr. Linden is one of the oldest clubs
in Creston and is outstanding because of the splendid spirit of cooperation that it
The purpose of this club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards of Christian character.
It has accomplished a number of important activities this year. It sponsored
one of the largest dances of the year, "The Harvest Hop." At Christmas time the
boys prepared baskets for needy families.
The HifY proved its willingness to cooperate with the other organizations when
it donated money to the Boys' Science Club to help it to care for the birds during
the severe winter.
It also sold paddle pops at the basketball games to raise funds, besides doing
so throughout the whole year during the iifth and sixth hours.
Many of the members of this organization were also sent to conference at
Jackson and Lowell.
As a reward for hard work and faithfulness, many of the members were given
HifY pins by the club.
Membership in this club is granted only after the applicant has expressed his
willingness to promote its purpose and ideals and has had an interview with the
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Last Row-Clara Butts, Lois Ross, June Coles, Esther Damstra, Jeannette Van't Hof,
Audrey Carruthers. Katherine Hice, Jacqueline Bangle, Barbara Maurits.
Third Row-Louise Tambuer, Velma Miller, Evelyn Way, Jeanne Bovee, Mildred
Brandau, Jane Kruse, Metta Herwig, Florence Harrison, June Humphrey.
Second Row - Geraldine McDaniel, Mildred Gouclzwaarcl. Marian Stouten, Margaret
Kitchen, Lois Bullen, Nina Andersen, Virginia Appel. Eileen Bos, Marjorie
Hoxie, Marie Grady.
First Row-Maryella Fea, Lois Mutchler. Lou Johnson, Lorraine Tamboer, Helen Ball,
Alice Oatley, Doris Vyn, Betty Mulder.
A. B. CLUB
The Aurora Borealis or A. B. Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret
Harmon, is an organization consisting only of students who have first won their
numeral which can be obtained in the ninth or tenth grades.
Any ambitious and athleticsfloving girl can then obtain her letter and finally
her AllfCity Honor. The purpose of this club is to promote girl athletics in the
It has been very successful in this by being prominent in the annual girls' meet.
This year the meet was put on Nov. 25, earlier than usual, because of the pageant
"Parade of the Ages," put on by physical education teachers of the middle west at
the Civic Auditorium in March. Helen Ball was the general chairman of the tenth
Meeting every other Monday night, the girls have various sports, Among
these, they play volley and basketball and this year had a special teacher who
acquainted them more fully with basketball.
To obtain her numeral, letter, or AllfCity Honor a girl must present at the end
of a year, records of twenty weekly health charts, five fivefmile hikes, and four major
sports such as ice or roller skating, indoor or baseball, skiing, or other sports of her
own choice, of which she must have twelve hours.
Outings, hikes, toboggan parties, and various potluck dinners have been the
main events of the A. B. Club. To obtain money for their picture in the annual the
club held an apple sale.
The oflicers of the club are:
President Helen Ball
VicefPresident Lou Johnson
SecretaryfTreasurer Lorraine Tamboer
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Last Row- Barbara Boeree, Rosamond McCarty, Marian Stoutcn, Ninn Anderson,
Virginia Appel, Edna Earle Gentry, Virginia Galbraith.
Second Row-Miss Friedrich, Ruth Stryker, Betty Dunbar. Frances Bresnahan, Katherine
Hice, Audrey Carruthers, Helen Lamgler, Miss Anpelt.
First Row - Louise Tamboer, Eileen Bos, Lois Jentsch, Dorothy Hoxie, Marjorie Hoxic,
ALL 'ROUND CLUB
The All 'Round Club was first organized as a Campfire Group in 1927 under
the guidance of Mrs. Frances Messner. It was known then as the Lofhe-jofso. Later
Mrs. Messner resigned and her place was taken by Miss Ruth Weiss assisted by
Miss Frances Maloney. Due to the great expense involxfed the group reorganized
and formed what is now known as the All 'Round Club. The members at that time
drew up a constitution which is still followed today.
When Miss Weiss left, Miss Margaret Appelt was asked to take over the club.
She accepted and now directs the activities of the club, assisted by Miss Selma
The All 'Round Club has stressed hikes, contributed to welfare organizations,
held potlueks, corresponded with girls of various countries and helped with the
school costume room.
They recently planted shrubbery in the front of the school. For a number of
years they presented Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to welfare organizations
and this year at Christmas time they contributed to St. Johns Orphanage. ln the
past they have corresponded with girls and boys of Syria and China, and are now
corresponding with girls in Scotland,
On February 28, Miss Appelt entertained the group with a dinner at her home.
After dinner monopoly and pingfpong was enjoyed while the "knitters" had oppor'
tunity to catch up on their stitches.
Oliicers for the year 1935136 include:
. President Marjorie Hoxie
VicefPresident Dorothy Hoxie
Secretary Eileen Bos
Treasurer Lois Jentsch
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