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Page 83 text:
Oliicers: President, Fred Hultmang Vice-President, Bill
0'Brien: Secretary, Bob Longfieldg Treasurer, Lyle Hulsapple.
Bill Battrcal, Barry Beach, Warren Bovee, Adrian Bush, Bill
Coles, Bill Dickenson, Maynard Doxey, Wilford Duke, Roger
Dykhuis, Leroy Ellerbrook. Bill Firth, Dale Fuller, Doug as
Gleason, Walter Glovick, Wilbert Harrington, Bob Hendrickson.
Lawrence Hillis, Clarence Hoogerland, john johnson, Wilford
Kunst, john Meyer, Marion Moe, Archie Neuman, Tom Otte,
Merritt Pierce, Bob Saunders. B'll Thiebout, Alfred Turnquist,
Carroll Tuttle, Irving Westra, Ray Westra, Bob Wolotira.
The Hi-Y Club under the superb leadership of Mr. Robert Linden and through
the co-operation of its members has become one of the outstanding clubs in Creston.
The main purpose of this club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout
the school and community high standards of Christian character.
This club accomplished a number of activities during the year. It sold paddle
pops at all the basketball games in order to raise funds. It also sent out a basket of
food at Thanksgiving and gave a contribution of ten dollars to the Red Cross for
Another important activity during the year was sponsoring one of the largest
dances, "The Hi-Y-Hikers Harvest Hop," in which the Hikers gave their support.
A few of the members were sent to Cedar Springs to a youth conference, and
also a second time to Pontiac to the State conference.
Page 82 text:
Officers: President. Jack McGarry: Vice-President, Douglas
Gleason: Secretary and Treasurer, Don Baker.
Bill Anderson, Edward Bailey, john Blickle, Don Grotemat,
Frank Herman, Neil Hogendyk, Warren I-Iogendyk. Ray jansma,
Daniel Karr, Harold McMullen, Leroy Mertens, Harland Nerli,
Maurice Nies, james Rice, jack Snyder. Bob Weersing.
Begun in 1928, the Aeroplane Club had as its first sponsor Mr. Fred Redemsky.
In 1935 it was under the guidance of Mr. Harold Buckham.
Last fall the advisership of the group was undertaken by Mr. Emery Toogood.
the new mechanical drawing teacher at Creston.
Contests are held once every two months for the purpose of aiding in the choice
of the members who are eligible to participate in the Herald contest, which is the
final elimination of the year.
Evidence of the splendid work of the club was shown by the winning of the
Herald trophy in the senior division last year. A club must win this trophy three
years in succession before being allowed to keep it permanently.
Meetings of this club are held every other week so as to help the members with
A store is kept in the mechanical drawing room, where the boys may get their
Page 84 text:
Officers: President. Fred Hultman. William Dickenson: Vice
President, William Dickenson, Keith O'Connorg Secretary,
Joseph Straayerg Treasurer, Keith O'Connor, Gordon Skinner.
Fred Boshoven, Millard DeYoung, William Firth, Gail Hallead,
Ray Kunst, George Lawyer, Robert O'Donnell, Edward Philip-
son, Bernard Rosenberg, Lowell Tompkins, Andrew Vander
Wall, Arnold Vander Wall, Henry Vander Wall, Carl Worfel,
Walter Wood, jr., Phillip Zimmerman.
Knowledge first and enjoyment later has ever been the course of this science
club which is under the sponsorship of Mr. Walter A. Wood.
To correlate science in school with relative outside industries and to learn the
correct manner of presenting material scientifically is the double purpose of the club.
Throughout the year interesting lectures, usually by some outside speaker, are
given at club meetings.
Numerous trips are taken both in and outside of Grand Rapids. One of the
most outstanding of the past year took place during Easter vacation, at which time
the boys visited the Dow Chemical plant in Midland, Michigan. The Grand Rapids
Store Equipment Company and the Michigan Bumper Company also oficred much
Although generally serious-minded in their efforts, the boys always find time
during the year for one purely social trip which usually takes place the latter part of
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