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

 - Class of 1938

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Furtheranoe of Education, Cultural Interests Is Aim of Honor Societies Furtherance of education, improvement of cultural inter' ests, and general helpfulness during the current year have been the two outstanding aims of the Senior and Junior Honor Societies under the direction of Miss Anne Lind' berg and Miss Frances Maloney, respectively. The membership of the two groups is determined by the leadership, scholarship, and citizenship of those students in the upper percentage. Those in the 15 per cent of l2f2, 10 per cent of l2fl, and 5 per cent of llf2 are selected. In the Junior Chapter 15 per cent of 92, 10 per cent of 9fl and 5 per cent of SQ. A faculty committee makes the selection once each year. Scholastic standings and qualities of leadership typify the honor stu- dents of Creston's Junior and Senior Honor Societies under the direction of Miss Frances Maloney and Miss Anne Lindberg. Members of the Senior Honor Society, seated from left to right in the top pieture, are: Mildred Klepser, Marion Chown, Eleanor Pigorsh, Nancy Boyd, Martha Minnema. Standing, left to right, are: Ruth Vanlueeuwen, Geraldine Norris, Robert MeNaughton, Betty Brandau, Robert Coleman, Dorothy King, Wil- liam VanHoi'n, Paula Sherman. As the Senior Honor Society was not originally intended to be a social organization, its members selected educational trips as their speciiic project. Included in these trips was one to the Furniture Museum, which was recently openec to the public. Two of its members, Bob Coleman and Bob McNaugh' ton, were assigned to assist Mr. Teele with the neon sigr in the front hall. The societies' participation in the Creston- ite consisted of a check room. This year's activities were effected by its fourteen mem bers under the leadership of Marion Chown, president Arlene Johnson, vicefpresidentg and Eleanor Pigorsh, sec retary. An entirely different type of project characterized the activities of the Junior Honor Society which had as it: officers, Joe French, president, Jean Park, vicefpresident and Helen Kortlander, secretary and treasurer. This gorup organized themselves into what they termec the i'Volunteer S.C.S." Club, which was planned primarily for aiding teachers as the occasion demanded. The seconc project on the Society's program was lending support tc the Red Cross whenever called upon. Their special chargi at Christmas was to assist the children at St. John's Home At the Crestonite, the Society sponsored two concessions the Magic Mirror supervised by Neil Hogendyk, and thi Palmist's Booth directed by Helen Kortlander. As so many of the students were afhliated with othe organizations and working that evening, all of the member snatched bits of time to run up and work in the checl room. About 35.00 was collected that evening by th society. Pins containing the symbol o the National H o n o r Societie were purchased by students ii both groups. These could be ob tained with or without th guard. According to Miss Lind berg's report about ten Senio Honor Society members securei them. Twelve pupils in th junior group purchased ther also was the announcement mad by Miss Maloney. Various activities to improv the cultural interests of th members and add to the pleasur of those less helpless than w are decided the programs for th Creston chapter of the Societg Because the group engaged i so few moneyfmaking project: students were asked to purchas their own pins. Included in the Junior Society, lower picture, top row, left to righ are: Hazel Ricketts, Doris DeVries, Barbara Clay, Caroline DeWind Dorothy Buitendyk, Lois Johnson, Mildred Mellema, Betty Snyder, Virgin Bush, Jack King. In the middle row are Doris Hoag, Ruth Ahnemiller, Ruth Webe Eleanor Slykouse, Neil Hoizendyk, Charlotte Seizard, Margaret Sope Norma Perkins, Grace Super, Miss Maloney, adviser. In the bottom row are Marion Lillieberg, Virginia DeNise, Heh Kortlander, Joe French, Jean Parks, Evelyn Johnston, Eleanor Wa endzyk, Helen Hunsberprer, Meredith Tyler. 20

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SAGA STAFF Posed in the upper photo are, top Saliers, row, left to right: Clair Harold Sopor, Keith O'Conner, Robert Phyllis Vander Klip, Leonard Versluis, Pearsall, Eleanor Peterson, Harold Williams, Orville Enbody, Millard DeYoung, Emerson McCarty. Third row 4 Leonard Vander Linde, Raymond Kunst, David Kleiman, Lil- lian Church, Ruth Harvey, Lois Wag- ner, Virginia Rose, Jane Zimmerman, Nellie Bergsma, Mary Richards. Second row f Mr. Van Krimpen, Bertha Tate, Natalie Blackburn, Eileen Toenjes, Nelly Voshol, Betty Taylor, Marion Chown, Lois Steed, Dorothy Kinrf, Geraldine Norris, Christine Heilkema. Front row - Victor DeGratf, Ber- nard Rosenberg, Lowell Tompkins, Robert Coleman, Ann Niess, Martha Minnema, Cornelius Skutt, Ruth Van Leeuwen, Walter Semeyn, Betty Brandau, Vivian Brecken. In the lower shot are, seated around the table, left to right: Martha Min- nema, features editor: Betty Taylor, session room editor: Marion Chown, art co-editor: Cornelius Skutt, man- aging editor: Ruth Van Leeuwen, as- sociate editor: Ann Niess, activities editor: Betty Brandau, clubs editor. Standing in the back are Victor DeGraff, photography editor: Earl Peck, art co-editor: Walter Semeyn, - faculty editor: Vivian Brecken, senior class editor: Robert Coleman, sports editor: and Lowell Tompkins and Bernard Rosenberg, composition editors. business manager: Fred Melcher, Staff Attempts Improved Volume Seniors "Go Modern" in 1938 Year-Book By Selecting Newspaper Idea As Central Theme Something new, modern, different was the cry of the Saga Staff for this year's annual. In this endeavor the newspaper theme was selected, which was a complete revo- lution in the Held of annual makefup. After specifications were drawn up, bids were made by six printing companies and The DeanfHicks Company was belected on their high grade of workmanship. An original cover design was drawn by the art staff. To the delight of the staff a new Zeca, German camera, was purchased for candid shots to be taken both inside and outdoors. In order that next year's staff may be benefited by more experienced members, each committee was assigned a junior member. Scheduled to be in the hands of the students on June 8, he Saga gave the editors a run for their money as they ushed to complete writefups, composition, cut lines and rrangement. "Knowing beforehand the exact amount of money which :an be used, the staff can put out a much better Saga," pref dicted Mr. john Van Krimpen, staff adviser, This year for the first time, subscriptions were taken at he beginning of the year, which made the work much asier. Chiefly through the combined subscription offer, 840 students purchased the year book. More and bigger action shots, a better and substantial cover, and more attractive composition work were points PRINTS UNIQUE 'UP-TO-DATE ANNUAL which the staff for the l938 Saga was determined to attain. For the divisional pages Jeanne Devereaux, a Junior, conf sented to write humorous rhymes. After the dummy had been planned the various commit' tees under their editors were able to determine the number of words to be written, and the session rooms and photogf raphy divisions began the arrangement and trimming of pictures, The majority of the material was sent to the printers May 22. The aim of the staff was to publish the best annual ever put out at Creston. Those who helped accomplish this were: Managing editor . . , Cornelius Skutt Associate editor . . . . Ruth Van Leeuwen Business manager . . . . . Walter Semeyn Photo and Snapshot editor . . Victor DeGraff Senior Class editor . . . . Vivian Brecken Club editor . . . Betty Brandau Sports editor . . . Robert Coleman Activities editor . ...... Ann Niess Art editors . . , . Marion Chown, Earl Peck Session rooms editor . ..... Betty Taylor



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C' Leadership, Scholarship Recognized At Honor Assemblies Held June 3 A silver cup, a mighty burst of applause, a lusty cheer, and another worthy student has been rewarded. Both the Junior and Senior High Honor Assemblies were held in the Creston auditorium June 3. Each year students are rewarded for their eiforts in scholarship and extrafcurricular activities at these assemf blies. For allfaround students, the E. C. Buss Cup is award' ed to boys, and the P.T.A. cup to girls. To give recognition for extrafcurricular activities rather than scholarship, a new type of award was introduced last year. Under the direction of Miss Ella von Spreckon, the honor point system was devised. By this method students ake slips each semester to be filled out by advisers of activif ies. A certain number of honor points is given to chair- men, officers of organizations, and workers. The trophy case, stationed in Creston's front hall, holds the awards, consisting of scholarship cups, which do not become the permanent property of the winners. The purpose of these honor assemblies is to encourage scholarship, extra activities, and arouse more enthusiasm in school life. The trophies in the front hall showcase prove an inspiration to all :tudents who longingly gaze at them. The football, basketball, airplane, md golf cups represent Creston's skill in these events and also much lard practice. The winner of the girls' tennis tournament is awarded a :up with the victor's name engraved upon it. Displayed also are the unior and senior high scholarship cups, the P.T.A. cup for girls and the B. C. Buss cup for boys. Senior High School Awards E. C. Buss Cup for boys ..,,,,..... ........... ,..,., ..,......,. P.T.A. Cup for girls ........ Senior high scholarship cup ........... American Legion awards ........... Gold Medals: Scholarship ...,,...... Athletics ....,,.,, Activities ...,,....... Scholarship award ....., S. A. R. Medal ..,........ Other awards given at this time are memberships to the Junior and Senior Honor Societies, girls' and boys' athletic wards, band, orchestra, Echo Staff, Student Council, perfect attendance, and honor roll awards. 21

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