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Lois Anderson, joyce Bartholic, Roena Beduhn, june Bernard.
Natalie Blackburn, jean Blandford. Louise Bodenshot, Fae
Carpenter, Maxine De Bree, Volma Dc Vries, Henrietta Finch,
Peggy Finch, Irene Forner, Betty Gates, Betty Guenther, Donna
Hoezley, Helen Hunsberger, Doris H-unt, Roberta Johnston,
Helen jane Kortlanden, Jeanne Ladewig. Virginia Laclewig,
Delores Laminers, Betty Langeler, Maryellen Mayo. Ann Miller,
Jeanne Mills, Shirley Moul, Helen Murphy, Esther Noom,
Geraldine Norris, Frances Pearson. Betty Pettit, Marian Reids-
ma, Lorraine Rosendall, Leta Seelman, Lena Seelman, Norma
Shear, Helen Shuker, Betty Snyder. Lois Sorenson, Thelma
Soper, Wanda Soper, Betty Tinl-ten. Mered'th Tyler, Lorraine
Van Dyke, Jeanette Vander Giesen, Nellie Voshol. Eleanor
Walendzik, Beatrice Warner, Dorothy Wilson, Marjorie Wilson,
The Senior Girls' Glee Club was organized in 1927 under the leadership of Miss
Dickenson. It was through Miss Dickenson that a uniform was adopted. They chose
it white dress with flowers of maize and blue.
In 1951 Mr. Alderfer took it over. The uniform was changed to a black dress
with white lapels. During his leadership a pin was adopted. Only girls who had
been in the Senior Girls Glee Club two semesters and who had a B average could
get these pins.
Mr. Frank Goodwin became the sponsor in 1935. The uniform was discarded as
a variety of colors was thought to add charm to the group.
In the Annual Spring Concert they presented three numbers: "The Snow," by
Edward Elgar, "I Would That My Love," by Felix Mendelssohn, and "Pippa's Song,"
by John West.
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A CAPELLA CHOIR
l Juliette Bacon, joe Balbach, Ed Bekkering. Paul Bergeron,
Geraldine Blick, Robert Boliere, Frances Bresnahan, Betty
Chamberlin, Alice Chinnow, Lillian Church. Marian Cowurn.
Bernice Couzynse, john Damon, Sterling Feeney, Frank Fland-
ers, Phoebe Gardner, Charles Gates, jaunita Hayes, Metta Her-
wig, Christine Hielkema, Ruth Holmes, Jacqueline Hunt, Grace
johnson, Bob Johnston, Gladys Kaufield, Dorothy King, Earl
Kittle, Virginia Lightfoot, Marie Maloney. Phyllis McCormick,
Charles Magennis, Ruth Mills, Betty Moerman, Betty Morse,
Ruth Noorthoek, Alice Oatley, Bob O'Brien, Phyllis Pearsall,
Barbara Peterson, Bob Plank, Mary Richards, Maryjane Riley.
Ellen Robinson, Mary Roest, Kenneth Schlientz, Wilfred Steil.
Mary Stehouwer, Margaret Stevenson, Ruth Stryker, Betty
Taylor, Eileen Toenjes, Bob Vander Klip, Betty Vander Schie,
Ann jane Van Eck, Katherine Ver Hage. john Visser, Nellie
Voshol, Lorraine Waite, Alice Walters, john Warnock, Dorothy
Way, Evelyn Way, Alwyn Wieland, Melbourne Worfel, jane
The A Capella Choir under the capable leadership of Mr. Frank Goodwin, who
also directs the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus, endeavors to carry on the musical
education of the students to a higher degree. Each member must have a good voice,
a certain degree of musicianship, as well as an interest in music. It acquaints them
with a wide range of choral literature and develops the capacity for team work in
Three numbers, The Sea Hath Its Pearls," by Ciro Pinsuti, "Echo Song," by
Orlando di Lasso, and "john Peel," by Mark Andrews, were presented at an Inter
High Concert at South High School. The choir assisted in the presentation of the
Christmas Assembly, Gloria, and the Annual Spring Concert.
At the "Crestonite," the Follies comprised of a number of boys from the choir
were presented as dancers dressed in ballet costumes.
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Edward Albright, Juliette Bacon, Charles Berr , Robert Blu,
Kenneth Bullock, Frances Bunker, Alan Burr, gordon Butter-
field, Marion Chown, Frank Churchill, Katherine Clark, Robert
Couzynse, Arthur Davis, Robert Esscbager, Richard Gates. Mel-
vin Hansens, Gale Hallead, Leon Howe, Kenneth Howes, Donald
Johnson, David Kleiman, Kenneth Lawrence. Geor e Lawyer,
John Mastenbrook, John Minnema, Walter Meyers. Lloyd Neu-
man, Ray Nusca, Andrew Orphan, Fred Rose. Bill Schriber,
Rudolph Seadal, David Stinson, Albert Sircnrn, Harvey Stone,
Clarence Strvker, Gerald Tillyer, Orville Van Esk. Lloyd Van
Horn, Patil Vander Brock, Peter Vander Meer, Robert Vander-
heide. james Vanderheide, Carl Worfel, Roger Wzrtz, Alwyn
When school started last fall the Creston Band started drilling in marching in
preparation for the football games. By the time of the first game, they were well
The band has played for nearly all the assemblies. It marched in the Landon
Parade and played when Roosevelt was here. On Memorial Day it presented a con-
cert at the Soldiers' Home.
Four of the members of the band, Marion Chown, George Lawyer, Charles
Berry, and Andrew Orphan, were in the All State Band and one of them, Marion
Chown, entered the solo contest.
The Band gave a cake walk as their contribution to the "Crestonite."
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