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Officers: President, Audrey Carrothersg Vice President.
Frances Bresnahan: Secretary, Eileen Bos: Treasurer, Metta
Dorothy Calkins, Alice Chinnvw, Geraldine Cornellisens, Ida
De Bruyn, Cecil De Goot, jeanette De Young, Maryella Fea,
Virginia Galbraith, jane Guekes, Dorothy Hall, Mary Houran,
Margaret Hubrecht, Mildred Klepser, Henrietta Klinkje, Betty
Morse, Ruth Noorthoek, Mary ildane Riley, Gladys Smith, Geral-
dine Spencer, Ruth Stryker, orraine Van Luyn, Ruth Vos.
Lois Watterson, Louise Watterson.
Appreciation of nature in its many forms is the aim of the members of the
Girls' Science Club.
Due to the resignation of Miss Edith Johnson, the club is now under the guid-
ance of Miss Elizabeth Gezon.
Not long after the club was organized the first semester, an initiation party was
held at the home of Audrey Carrothers. On the afternoon preceding the Creston-
Central football game another party was enjoyed by the girls.
Miss Betsy Wheeler from the Grand Rapids Herald presented the club with an
interesting and helpful talk on appropriate clothes for various occasions.
Several hikes were also among their activities.
ALL 'ROUND CLUB
Officers: President, Virginia Galbraith: Vice President, Louise
Watterson: Secretary, Dorothy Hoxieg Treasurer, Mildred
Eileen Bos, Frances Bresnahan, Audrey Carruthers, Marion
Chown, Metta Herwig, Lois jentsch, Betty Morse, Ruth Noort-
hoek, Gladys Smith, Ruth Stryker, Lois Watterson.
To seek closer companionship among each other is the purpose of the All
'Round Club which is sponsored by Miss Margaret Appelt and Miss Ella Von
Many out-of-doors hikes are planned by this club. Also a Mother and Daughter
Tea is sponsored every year and is usually held at Herpolsheimer's Tea Room.
At Thanksgiving time food for the needy was donated and at Christmas time
stockings were filled and brought to St. john's Orphanage.
The All 'Round Club meets twice during the month, one meeting being social
and the other educational. Money was raised by the club for the purpose of planting
shrubbery in front of the school.
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joyce Blair. Audrey Carrothers, june Cowdin, Robert
Ckouzynse, Donald De Fouw, Bill Dickenson, Leona Erdt, Vir-
gina Galbraith, Evelyn Goulooze, Clarence Hoogerland, Dor-
othy Hoxie, Fred Hu tman, Ruth Mac julians, Gladys Kaufield,
George Lawyer, Maryellen Mayo, Phyllis McCormick, Bendert
Mellema, jean Molenkamp, Betty Mulder, Geraldine Norris, Alice
Oatley, Wallace Ronner, Gordon Skinner, Grace Soper, Robert
Straaycr, Eileen Toenjes, Ann jane Van Eck, Rolland Van Hat-
tum, john Visser, Carl Worfel.
The Student Council started its work by organizing the Courtesy Squad. john
Visser was elected captain of this.
An election of officers was held and the following were chosen: President,
Clarence Hoogerlandg Vice President, Dorothy Hoxieg Secretary, Gladys Kaufieldg
and Treasurer, Audrey Carrothers.
Some of the Student Council members were members of the Inter-High Student
Council and one of the meetings was held here.
The show case displays, which have been very interesting this year, were set up
hy Dorothy Wfaltz and Bernice Couzynse. Eileen Toenjes was the chairman of the
committee in charge of the Lost and Found Department. An annual project of the
Student Council is presenting an assembly. This year Alice Oatley was in charge of
it. Paddle pops were sold at the "Crestonite."
The faculty sponsor is Miss Esther Wise.
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OH'icers: President. George Lawyer: Captain, Lester Hansens
Robert Blu, Marion Chown, Floyd Gillett, Melvin Hansens
David Kleiman, Robert Straayer. Walter Wood, jr.
"XX'hy the deep thought and concentration?" is the question brought to one's
mind as he gazes at the Chess club in action.
The main object of the club is to train the brain to dwell on a subject suffi-
ciently before acting, as well as to develop a knowledge of the game and the ability
to play it.
Direction of this club lies in the capable hands of Mr. Wfalter Wfood who helps
solve some of the many problems which arise in this complicated game.
Games are played with clubs of other schools at various times during the year.
OHicers: President, Kenneth Starng Vice President, Lyle
Hulsappleg Secretary and Treasurer, Albert Hulsapple.
Lyle Bliss, John Goulooze, Edward Green, Warren Hogendyk,
Kenneth Knoll, Anton Mieras, Harry Miller.
The main purpose of the Hobby Club is to stimulate hobbies among the boys
in the school and give a better understanding of each other's ways.
Although the club is small it has made much progress during the last year,
owing its success to the advice given by its sponsor, Mr. Dell, and to the good co-
operation of its members.
During a three year period, the most important activity has been fixing toys
during the Christmas season. More than five hundred toys have been fixed during
Three or four shop trips are taken during the year, mostly to machine shops
such as Corduroy and Imperial.
The club meets once every other week.
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