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Page 27 text:
The ambitious Carl is up and
coming and a friendly fellow.
He served on the Student Coun-
cil, the Echo and Saga staffs,
and was on the memorial com-
Another fellow possessing 11
"way with the ladies." Bob be-
longed to the Hi-Y Club, helped
with the "Crestonite," an
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SENIORS NOT HAVING THEIR PICTURES IN THE ANNUAL
LOIS BULLEN WII.BERT HARRINGTON
XVILFORD DUKE' RICHARD LINDERMAN
iw ARTHUR ERICKSON IDA MAE OSBORN
Tragedy in the form of a swimming accident
occurred during the summer of 1936 when Russell
Groenland was critically injured while diving,
depriving the class of hisdpresence during the year.
A few weeks before gra uation, members of this
year's class, with whom he would have graduated,
were saddened by news of his death.
Class Day - Doris Vyn Pboto - Faith Vander Broek
l Douglas Putnam
A7IIl0llllt'61ll8lIf - - Dale Fuller Color Bernice Couzynse
Memorial - Alfred Turnquist M0110 - - Leona Erdt
Phyllis McCormick Class Song - Mary Stehouwer
Page 26 text:
DOROT Y WALT
Who or what is behind those
dreamy eyes? Dot was vice-
president of the Senior Girl Re-
serves, was on the Student
Council, and served on the
N , I, 71 'ij
JOHN XVARNOCK gy, ,
His acting, singing, and stage
craft ability make johnny stand
out. He was president of the
Choir, in the senior play, in
Student Council, and was stage
manager for 1957.
FORREST WE LLMAN
Louise is a dependable sort
person. She served on the sen-
ior play and photo committees,
and belonged to the All 'Round
Club and the Girls' Science
Whitey' provided many laughs
in the senior play. He likes
baseball and makes a good
pitcher. He was in the drama-
tics plays also.
You can always depend upon
Alwyn, and can that boy sing!
He was interested in dramati
and possessed a grand sense
AN LOU WISFMAN
Marian Lou is a good pal and
a capable girl. She was in the
junior Revue and the senior
play, and was on the Class Day
Don't you like those snappy
black eyes? Miriam is inter-
ested in knitting and has turned
out some beautiful articles. She
helped with costumes for the
I.ois has pep and enthusiasm
enough for two. She was in the
All 'Round Club, the Senior
and served on committees.
IZV E LYN WAY
Evie's blue eyes are always
twinkling with enthusiasm and
good will. She was vice-presi-
dent of the A. B. Club and
secretary of the Senior Girl Re-
Irv always has a snappy come-
back. He ably filled the chair-
manship of the senior play pub-
licity committee, and belonged
to the Hi-Y Club, and Saga
Hattie has a big smile for every-
one. She is a girl of her word
and has many friends. She pro-
moted class activities to the best
of her ability.
WI LDA. WOLFF
The likeable Wilda has a Hare
for art. Billy is regarded by
everyone as a go d sport and a
nice frien to ave.
Page 28 text:
CLASS OFFICERS AND HISTORY
ROBE RT SCHRlV FR
The little ninth graders who were to become the class of '37
started their first year in high school under the watchful guidance
of Miss Frances Maloney and Miss Harriet Daniels. We began a
little timid and shy, perhaps, but grew in strength and number as
the years passed slowly by.
The girls were justified in feeling proud when they carried away
'the cup for winning the meet in the ninth grade. And Clarence
Hoogerland, Floyd Gillett, Howard Cameron, Bob Hill, john
Visser, Jack Morse, Bill Courtright, and Bob Wolotira, who were
to become the football and basketball stars in 1936-37, got their
first start in these fields by long and tedious hours of training as
freshmen and sophomores.
Some of our number, gifted with singing voices, took part in
the operetta "Leelawalla" presented by the music department in
Our first work as juniors was to elect officers. Election results
were as follows: President, john Damon, vice-president, Lawrence
Hillisg secretary, Alice Oatleyg and treasurer, Gladys Kaufield.
That over, the class put on a rummage sale and netted over 5538.
With that, and the sound advice and planning and dance direction
of Miss Adeline McKenna, we staged the first annual Junior Revue,
which ended in three gala performances in April. Having made a
sizeable profit, we gave 35100 to the Athletic Association toward the
purchase of new uniforms, and put on a colorful Junior-Senior Party
to end a very successful year.
At the outset of our senior year, our new principal, Mr. Howard
W. Wickett, took over the direction of the school when Mr. Upton
left for Central.
Our officers this year were president, john Visser, vice-president,
Bob Schriverg secretary, Margaret Stevenson, and treasurer, Audrey
Our first venture of the year was a presentation of Helmar the
Magician, whose mystical performances earned the class S50 to start
preparations for the Senior Play. Early in January the play com-
mittee selected Charles Quimby Burdette's three-act play, "New
Firesf' Tryouts were held, the cast chosen, and long and tedious
hours of practice began, ending in the splendid finished product on
March 3, 4 and 5. The play, centering around the life of a typical
Chicago family, concerned the father's efforts to make the family
regain their perspective on human values while keeping them on
his farm in Missouri. It was pronounced a huge success both finan-
cially and artistically. V
When the school put on its annual fair, the class did its part by
sponsoring a target shooting gallery of caricatures, called "Senior
At various times during the last semester, invitations were ex-
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