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

 - Class of 1937

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TH ME ELMA HENSCH Schiaparelli will have competi- tion when Thelma starts dress designing. She was a member of the Courtesy Squad, memor- ial committee. the Saga stall, and the class day committee. TTA HERXVIG Where would Metta be without Bill? She was a member of the All 'Round Club, A. B. Club, and Girls' Science Club and was on the contact committee. LAXVRENCE HI LLIS Larry will make a good busi- ness man. He was on the ad- vertising staff of the Echo, was on the Saga business staff, and was a member of the Hi-Y. . 3:4 wg ,cv f t DAVID HOEXTER RU NV1: didn't see much of David in his senior year. Although he moved from our community, we still think of him as part of our class. THE HOLMES Diminutive Ruthe tickles the ivories in a big way. She played the piano in the Orchestra and was a member of the Girls' Science Club, and the Girl Reserves. MARY HOURAN It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. Mary be- longed to the Girls' Science Club. and was on the Class Day committee. We welcomed Mary to the class in her junior year. .-Q. 1- . ll 4 x 1:23 - 5 if -ax, X5 O1 if N fl3 PATRICIA HERTIG Try and surpass Pat's secretarial ability. She was elected to the Honor Society. was treasurer of the Senior Girl Reserves, and was on the Class Day commit- tee. ROBERT HILL Bob was the Bing Crosby of our class. He took part in the junior Revue, and was a mem- ber of the football team. PAULINE HODDE A true friend is forever a friend, which can truthfully be said of Pauline. She was on the Court- esy Squad, and a member of the Class Day committee. Q NELLIE HOGENDYK She is very silent, but very am- bitious. This dark-haired miss will always be around to lend someone a helping hand. Here is a friend indeed. CLARENCE HOOGERLAND Clancy is an all-round sport and club member. He was president of the Honor Society, treasurer of the Hi-Y, president of the Student Council, and president of the Conservation Club. KENNETH HOWES Musically inclined, Kenny played in the Band and Orchestra. He served on the Class Day com- mittee, the Courtesy Squad, and the Saga staff. He will be re- embered for his cornet-play- ing ability.

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VIRGINIA GALBRAITH Her dark curly hair has a way with "the man with the tech- nique." Virginia belongs to the Girls' Science Club, was a mem- ber of the senior play cast, and was president of the All 'Round Club. FLOYD GILLETT Floyd was a dark and handsome member of the basketball team. His athletic ability brought forth acclaim. He was a valu- able track member also. DOROTHY GLEASON "Dodie" is a likeable person to know. She was a member of the Saga staff, and was em- ployed at joppe's soda fountain bar during the second semester. HELEN GOULOOZE Helen will make some business man a capable secretary. She was elected to the Honor So- ciety and is deserving of such an honor. .. wtf' DOROTHY HALL Dorothy is of the quiet and un- assuming type. She was in the Senior Girl Reserves, the Girls' Science Club, and was on the Echo and Saga staffs. KATHRYN HAWKINS Kathryn is a picture of dignity. She was an Echo typist and a member of the class day cum- mittee. Her favorite study was commercial law. lfl21 D NE GEUKES jane is the jean Muir type of our class. She was a member of the Girls' Science Club, and took part in the Girls' Meet. DOROTHY GINTHER Small in size, but we wouldn't want everyone to be tall. Where you d a tall blonde, you can also Il d the short, brunet Do GLOVICK 's laugh is distinctive. He s a captain of the Hi-Y bas- tball team, and was often seen by Crestonites at the Re- gent Roof. HARRY GRAVE LYN Harry has snappy black eyes. He contributed his share by being a doorman at the senior play, and was on the track team and a Courtesy Squad member. RICHARD HASKINS All the worthy are not in the limelight. Richard was on the announcement committee. and helped in the "Crestonite" with the senior stunt of "Socco." DON HENDRICKS Don is a person whom every- body likes. He was one of the members of the Hi-Y who sold paddle-pops at the basketball games.



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HFNRIETTA KLIP LX LE HULSAPPLE I.yle was the Fred Astaire ol' our class. He was in the senior play, served on the Class Day committee, was treasurer of the Hi-Y, and a member of the Hobby Club. JOHN JOHNSON johnny was one of the National Guards who spent part of the school year in Flint on strike duty. He was interested in dra- matics and play production. of IADYS KAUFIELD Gladdy is one who knows bow to get friends and keep them. She worked on the Echo and Saga staffs, was a Senior Girl Reserve, and a member of the Student Council. ..- Tallness also has its charm. Henrietta was a Senior Girl Re- serve, belonged to the Girls' Science Club, and was an Echo typist. MINA KOSTER Coolness is her armor. She be- longed to the Girls' Science and Hikers Clubs, and served on the Courtesy Squad. She attended Lansing High School in her junior year. l PHYLLIS KRULL Phyllis is good-natured and was an Echo typist of ability. She served on the Class Day com- mittee. Whenever one encount- ered Phyllis, she had a big smile or a -jolly remark. K. . Gi U41 ow' 'NMS MARY ANN HUNSBERGER Mary Ann is quiet and unassum- ing, yet ever loyal. She was a Senior Girl Reserve, vice-presi- dent of the Honor Society. worked on the Saga staff, and was on the announcement com- mittee. KAPNICK ou can always find jean with her nose in a book and it isn't often a text book. She knows Shakepeare from "A to Z." When in doubt about this noted author, ask jean. ER KLINE He is quiet and very friendly. Lester acted as doorman for the senior play, served on the Class Day committee, and the Senior Class publicity committee. ' 1 MARIE KOLE RANDER Marie will make a fine retailer judging from the good work she did in retail selling. She served on the Class Day com- mittee. ' 1 1 1 1 , ' , 1 . I '.L'p..L' ' RUSSELL KRUSGER The quality of the work deter- mines the quality of the man. Russell is a good scholar, but is especially brilliant in mathe- matics. LAXVRENCE KUNST Like father--like son. Law- rence will make good in the Horal business. This hard-to- describe boy was a loyal booster at school activities. Q fwwf

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