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

 - Class of 1938

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The Senior Play business committee, Courtesy Squad, Hi-Y, and the Boys' Science Club divide the interest of Lester I-Iansens. His dependable cooperation as light- ing director is responsible for the smooth performance of the dramatics productions. A sense of loyalty and kindness makes Nancy Han- shaw a valuable friend. Her willingness to work makes her a welcome member of the Hikers Club. She took an active part in the annual Girls' Meet. Always ready to give a helping hand, Phyllis Hanson lends her enthusiastic support to all school activities. She worked in the lunior Revue and took an active part in the Girls' Meet. A main-stay of the track team is Wallace Harris. He has won his major letter in track, and his capable personality is responsible for his official position of secretary of the "C" Club. Ruth Harvey is active in many fields. She belongs to the Hikers Club, the Courtesy Squad, and the Saga Staff and is on the stage committee of the Senior Play and Class Day committee. Dignity is the charm of Christine Hielkema. She is a member of the Hikers Club, the A Capella Choir, of which she is librarian, the Courtesy Squad, and Saga Staff, and is also an Echo typist. The popular, versatile president of both the Senior Class and the Student Council is Harold Hoag. He serves on the Echo and Saga Staffs and is an accom- plished debater and a member of the Hi-Y Club. A loyal friend with a great deal of determination, Kathleen Hoffman is always ready to cooperate with others. She is a member of the Hikers Club and took part in the lunior Revue. One of the more reserved members of the class, Dolores Holzhay's interest is not so much in the extra- curricular line as in scholastic activities. She is one who could always be depended upon. The boisterous laugh which rings through the hall near room 36 belongs to Ioe Hondorp. He is athletically in- clined and takes good advantage of this on the varsity basketball, track, and football teams. A quiet individual Who goes about his business in an earnest manner, Richard Houtman spends much of his time in academic work rather than extra-curricular activities. He is a genial classmate. Short and sweet is Eleanor Houran. Her willingness to cooperate is always appreciated, She is a member of the Hikers Club and the Echo Staff and she took part in the Senior Play. ln her quietness and reserve there is charm. Arlene Howe is a diligent worker and has promoted class activities to the best of her ability. Besides her scho- lastic interests, she took part in the Girls' Meet. Dorothy Howes' interests are centered on both scholas- tic and extra-curricular activities. Besides taking part in the Girls' Meet, she is a member of the Courtesy Squad and ushered for the Senior Play. A fine sense of humor will always help Dorothy Hoxie over the rough spots. She is the able program chair- man of the All 'Round Club and a member of the Student Council. One of the most active boys in the Senior Class is Tom Hoxie, He is photo chairman and a member of the A Capella Choir, and had prominent parts in the Senior Play and Christmas Pageant. Sophistication adds a certain dignity to the charm of Margaret Hubrecht. Her helpfulness and cooperation is always ready. Her interest in class affairs is un- bounded and her willingness to help is admirable. l'le's either playing ball or else he is at the nearest show, for those seem to be Dan Humrnel's hobbies. He is a very loyal member of the Senior Class and will fulfil his ambitions.

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An earnest, reliable boy who adds much to our class is Glenn Fisher. His interests include printing and his dancing ability won for him a prominent place in the Iunior Revue cast. lack Fletcher shines as a quarterback on our football team. He is a member of the "C" Club and worked as chairman of the booster ticket sales campaign sponsored by this club. You can always find Harry Francis at the nearest ice cream parlor. "Hack"' is one of the best-liked boys in our class and was a great help to the stage crew for the Senior Play. With a quiet, pleasant charm, Isabel Frasier is well liked by those who know her. Her interests were on scholastic affairs rather than extra-curricular. How- ever, she took part in the annual Girls' Meet. Phyllis Freeman confined most of her extra-curricular interests to dramatics. She was a prompter in the Senior Play and served efficiently on the business committee for the one-act plays. Her scholastic record is enviable. Virginia Freyling appears to advantage in anything pertaining to athletics. She has an interest in class affairs, has taken an active part in all the Girls' Meets, and is a member of the Hikers Club. Phoebe Gardener is the lucky owner of a lovely lilting voice. She is a star member of the A Capella Choir, for which she did several solos during the year. Her charm makes her popular everywhere. The Senior Play and other dramatic productions brought Charles Gates into the limelight. As the busi- ness manager of the Choir he keeps busy. He is an active member of the Hi-Y. Clara Gillespie is an active member of the Botany Club this year. Her work is inspiring. ln her junior year Clara took part in the Iunior Revue and her will- ingness to work is appreciated. Diplomacy and tact are Marie Gilman's assets. Cheer- ful of nature and helpful of spirit, Marie is a hard- working class member. Her interests are both scho- lastic and extra-curricular. She took part in the Girls' Meet. The golf team is an outlet for the athletic ability of Iames Gilmer. In addition, Iirn worked on the stage crew for the Senior Play and was a doorman in the lunior Revue. Reserved and quiet, Evelyn Goulooze's pride is her good scholastic record. She is a member of the Hikers Club and the Courtesy Squad, and she is active in the Student Council. Frances Goulooze has an interesting character and a charming personality. She took part in the Senior Play and the Christmas Pageant and is a Senior Girl Re- serve. She also ushered for the Iunior Revue. Something of an artist is Robert Gravelyn, but Bob spent his last few years on academic work and spe- cialized in a commercial course. He is silent and quiet but easy to get acquainted with. Casting his lot with athletics, Martin Grinwis holds a position at center on the all-city football team. He is a member of the "C" Club and served as a stage hand for the lunior Revue. His play on the football field reflects Harold Hall's love for the game and his ability. He is a member of the memorial committee and the "C" Club and took part in the Senior Play. The Boys' Science Club and Hi-Y keep Gale Hallead busy. This friendly classmate is student director of the Senior Band, in which he also plays, and serves on the Senior Class ring and flowers committees. You can depend on Marian Hampel for a good time and lots of fun. Her interests are diversified, she is a member of the Hikers Club, the A Capella Choir, and the Courtesy Squad.



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articipation in business affairs and holding reliable ositions are characteristic of Vera Hunsberger. She as on the business staff of the Senior Play, a member of the Courtesy Squad, and prompted in the one-act plays. Dancing is one of the chief delights of Iclcqueline Hunt. She danced in the lunior Revue, served as cos- tume chairman for the Revue, and was a member of the entertainment committee of the Iunior-Senior Prom. Using his artistic talent to advantage, Raymond Iansma has become an important and well-liked mem- ber of the Airplane Club. We'll miss Ray's jokes and cartoons, but more than that we'll miss Ray him- self. Friendly and cheerful, Lois Ientsch makes many friends. She is a member of the photo committee and 'the All 'Round Club. She ushered for the Senior Play and took part in the three one-act plays. A fine scholastic record is the pride and joy of Arlene Iohnson. ln a comparatively short time in Creston she has made a fine record for herself. She works in the school office. Arthur Iohnson, who is interested in debating, keeps us posted on the latest practical jokes. He is one of the mainstays of the A Capella Choir and was an usher for the Senior Play. A vivacious charm is the asset of Grace Iohnson. Her ay humor is welcomed by all and her friends are Eiany. She is a member of the A Capella Choir and the Hikers Club, A very likeable girl is Kathryn Iohnson. Endowed with a happy nature and a willingness to work, Kathryn is a welcome member of the Hikers Club and the Senior Class reception committee. Sweetness is the charm of Charlotte King. Never a sarcastic word does she utter nor a bitter thought does she think. Her consideration and understanding is ap- preciated by all who know her. orothy King's interests center around rnusic. She ings with the A Capella Choir and took an active Dart in the lunior Revue. Dorothy is also a member ot :he Senior Honor Society, Saga Staff, and Courtesy Squad. Fun and lots of it is Mildred Klepser's theme. She is president of the All 'Round Club and a member oi the Senior Honor Society, Girls' Science Club, A Capella Choir, and memorial committee. He is a helpful individual in the Senior Class. Ivan Klomparens is friendly and devotes his serious efforts to academic work. The A Capella Choir is strength- ened by his support in the bass section. he joy of living radiates from Agnes Kooiman. Lots f fun at any time, she is a welcome member of both he Senior Class and school clubs. Her cooperative nature is appreciated by everyone. Smiling and gay wherever she appears, lean Krom- been is an enthusiastic club worker. She is the treas- urer of the Senior Girl Reserves and member of the A Capella Choir, and took part in the Girls' Meet. Serving on the Courtesy Squad and as member of the Senior Play stage crew is Wilford Kunst. He is chair- man of the Senior party committee and is oustanding in the Hi-Y Club. Eladys Lamphear, who is endowed with a quiet .harm, is more interested in scholastic activities and 1 business career than extra-curricular affairs. She ook part in the Girls' ,Meet, where she displayed her ithletic ability. Ruth I.arson's courage will never be forgotten by any of her classmates. Her spirit is undaunted and over- coming obstacles is child's play for Ruth. ln her junior year she took part in the Iunior Revue. The shyness of Virginia Lowe, combined with her in- dustrious sincerity, makes her a good student aca- demically and a good friend. She chooses her subjects along the business line in hopes ot a career in that field. -1

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