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

 - Class of 1939

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AIUNIOR REVUE A scene from il picturesque. olml-fashioned Howl-r garden caught the attention of the :uulicnce as the curtain rose on the fourth annual Junior licvuc hclrl May -L and 5. Humorous skits, lively tap numbers, modern danc- ing, and many songs were presented on the program. Among the skits was "The Bahy Show" in which many of the boys saerilieccl their dignity to dress in soft pink and blue attire of fl cuddling hahy. llow they can stretch it clcscrihes the skit entitled "Poor Darling " put on entirely by girls. l'l0?ltlII't'd among the dances were Hgxililgiilfl an acro- lmatic dance, hy Irene Leemhuis and her brother llcn Lecmhuis and another by l,ois Goodrich entitled "Kicks and Twistsf, "f'reston's Variety Four" also appeared in a numher. Two pieces were played on the violin by Nlurgaret Sopcr and songs were sung hy Marjorie Fitch. Several selections were sung by a quartet consisting of Peggy W Ingersoll. Hari Kittlc. Lorraine Hosemlall. and Charles Berry. . 1i,- .l:'l -Y 'Y 'op picture: Baby Show. llill Delfouw, Rhoda Brunsink, Ed t S to ly ' ' Rtnb' clash 'ldllml' NII55 IDIS erry, Rnenzl liciluhn, Leonard Vandcrllinde, June Cowdin. fonrad drgunatics instructor and ljorig X'vn ill Kemp. llctty Hou:-an. ' ' ' " ' - ' lidillc picture: Ballroom dance. Wanda Vinkcmulder, Frank 11311106 lllYL7Ct0l', Wll0 ll21Vt' tl0Y0i1t'll Illlll'll of tlltil' tllllt' risk, Marjorie Fitch. David Kleiman, Anna Miller, Joe French, i A . ln1'ggu'g-1S0por, and effort to the success oi the Revue that the Junior tottorn pieturc: Gossip Skit, Marian Reimlsma, Frances Haire, U I H .V l 1 I V Y I I . 4 Y. H 2 A i I.. . virginia Bush' Dori, Bailey. Dum Hum, Mm.gm.l,t S,,W,,., class wishes to acknowlidgn its sinum apprunition. X . I lr' -57 1 1'i1-sentim: the entire east of the '39 Ju ' r Revue in the-ii' linulc number, "Sing a Song ol' Sunlrcnmsf' and the members of Gerald TiIlyc1"s orc 'tra which furnished music throughout the show. I s.' , , ,

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Kitth-. c-hairnian. and Norma Xiulians. 1 i it ' A 1 A . 4 , 5 M1'ffg5f5yg2f1?,,irf ,g fl. Q5 ff? ,, in K ww, Prusl-ntingz tht- wholv cast in "Sun-kissed," sunior play Ieft to right Paul Buyzeron lillun Church lioh Vachon, Emvrgunc Esta-llv, Pauline Wilcox, Ellun lumnjms Mtrlm Lltnuns Cll'0lWIl Stnlt lohll Mcfluv, lioh Conzynsv, BHI'll2ll'2l Pe-tm-rson, lioh Bulllong' fladys Ldlkins SENIOR PLAY ln llllIl'll thc sann' niannvr that llroaclway l'ro- ductions arm- vriticiswl, thx- Svnior lllay, "Sun- r-: 'I -1 Nl' r -ll lf. li' 'incl I". w-is sairl klssld H li tv lt. i A C ,. I ' 1 L lil ovx ookim: our thx gooxm lypxy a 4 aft to rnrht Roh Vxchon to ho 1-xvm-lh-nt. and onm- ot tha- hm-st plays vvvr Idulmt Wilcox Bob lsudlong put on in C'r1-stonf' hv tlw local c-onnm-ntators. 0 tom l'U"'Hl h H an Wm mlm 'rf mlmhllf 1 fi i l , , ' , , , Pmumm Exullt Mumn N1 lxon L lrolyn Stadt Miss l.ols K onrafl. lll'FlIIl71tIl'S instructor. clilw-1-tvcl tha- promlnvtion with lla-ln-n Koldvrnian assisting ICI". A C'0lllllllttt'l', lll'ilKll'Il hy .le-nniv l,lfVt'I't'1l.llX. chosa- tln- play whom- sown- was a ho-xrcling nl l.os Angl-ll-S. falifornia. house' 'l'ln- part of X4-wt Stolu-r, an vlongata-cl Tvxan. was wvll lillvml hy Nlvrlm- c'll'llll'llS. Amy Jvssnp, a lll0tlll'l'ly soul. was playul hy l'liln'c-n 'llo Nlancl 'l'winm- was 4-li:1r:x4-tm-rim-ml hy Carolyn cnjis: Stadt. 1 l Gillivy lioha-rt Vouzynsv playa-rl thc part cf ra whilv tha- part of Yincvnt l'ug,rh was talivn hy .lohn Nlvlil-1-. Othvr 4-liar:1c'te-rs worm- l'lii:1-rgmw li st.-llv. Gladys Valkins. liarhara l'1-tcrson. l'anlinv iVil- cox. liohn-rt Yam-hon. Nlarion X1-lson. llohcrt lind- long. l,illian flnirch. Arliss l,t'tt'I'lt'lll. llanl llvrg- vron. John Gonloozn-, and l'lnn'rson Xlcfarty. - i lllllll'I'HtllClll'S wi-rv Xatalim- lllaclchnrn, Virginia on .lolni Nlillvr, .ln-nniv l,l'X't'l'L'illlX, Douglas Gln-as , iionloozv, 1' h a rl 4' as Nlagvnnis. Philip Vamlcr llrom-lc, and ll'illia1n lvilhurn. A 1-onnnittu' ln-:ulml hy Nlariannc Gliysvls and Nlary Baku-r assistvcl hy l'llizalwth K'liaclwic-li. lfram-is linnlu-r. Mary Jam- lfolcy, lluth l'alnn-r. xml liita Simon Jll'!'ilIlgt'Il for propcrtie-s. K'ostunn's wvrv mails- and 1-arvd for hy G liohinson. aml Nvlliz- 'l'innnn-rs, assistinff. U rw Charlvs Alfl7'l'l1lllS was ln-ad nlan hclnncl th 3- l wa-in-s assistvml hy Douglas Flay, llvrlic llatfivlcl, vm' llazzarcl, Alhn-rt Hnlsapplv. lllancli 'l'honipson. vlvn-tric'i:1li. YVhcn linn-s wvrv for 5,5 o t t 1' n or cum-s n .lvnniv l,t'V1'l't"lllX, proniptvr, :mich-fl. laclys Arlvin- 1. Q- M0- , Arl l Garry, and liivharml Shanor, vrcw. and I,vlc iissvcl .



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irsi Row: Maru- llurnphrvy, Maris- lie-kks-l'imr, Marjorio Fitch, .Ivan Third Row: Valma lJvVri4-s, livtty Corn:-ll, liillian Church. .loan Tor Mm-K'ornii4'k, liarlmara l'm'lm'rson. Marjoriv Collins, Elois Nivhous, Marian M1-ntzvr, llorolhy Moniqlu-, Donna liitlvnlu-nili-i', lim-tty Woolgu-rt. Ann Milli-r, Mary Mash-nlnrook. lim-tty Gun-nth:-r, Marian Nvlson, Doris llunt, Martina V1-rwys. Virginia Chrisliansvn, Mr. Goodwin. Fon -vorul ltow: .li-an lilaiulford, lil-alrirv Warnvr, Natalii- lilacklzurn, Mary Ifulvs-r, Maxim- Ilvlirw-, Shirl--y Saund:-rs, lk-tty Snydn-r, Lois And:-rson, lflarl Kitllu-, .losvpll liallrach, Tom Dm-mpsoy, Hvlvn Shukf-r. Ih-ryl llarnzuflu-r, Lois Johnson, Ann Jlllll' Van lick, Eils-1-n Dom, llonila Ms-yv-rs, Maxim' M4'l"ai'laru', l'1'5:3:y lnpzn-rsoll. B 75 Vliarlf-s Maw-iiliis, l'i'.i.i1l4m Vliri Nli Molvn, Ruth Grit, Lois Hazzard, H4-rlu-rt Small. Waylu- Cummimrs, Vvrnon lVlc'l'lain. Roland Javoliiiz, l'aul lim-ry,:n-ron. Charlos Mapzon- nis, Holm Gm-zon, Opal Collin-i', lk-tty Van lanyn, Cliarloth- Sm-pzard, Lotus Collivr, livtly Muldvr. rth Row: Joyn- llartliolic, l"ran1'm-s Pvarson. Lorraim- Rosvndall, Bvtty l.anf.:s-lor, livtty Gatos, Elsiv Hoopri-stvin, Marilyn Woodard, Ray McDonald, Edward B4-rry. Don Van Dyk.-, Wayno Krngvr, Wallacm- Erivkson. Charlos H1-rry. Paul Vandvr llrovk, Donald Svranton. Howard lilomparq-ns, la-onard Slfvlllvll. Mvllxonrne' Worfvl, Rolwrt l'lank. A CAPELLA CHOIR 'l'lu' outstanding activity of tlu' yvar for K'r4'ston's A fapvlla flu No Sp mir, undvr ilu' dirvction of Hr. Goodwin. was tlu'ir trip to tlu' rtll lVl'Slt'l'll Music' l'llllll'?ll',0l"Sl C'oi1l'm'r1'n4'4' ai llvtroii. ".-X lfinith' irlllllll 'lllllllllll liy Fr. .loscpli Sm-Imrtky and M.'Xll0l'2llllllS 'l'a"' luy C l' di Pilcstrllli vurm sun ln tlu l nr r 1 . - gr .V ,l.N'. llu' vlioir oflvrcd tlu ir s1'rx'iu's to various org:niizalions sncli as tlu' l,ions flulm. Kiwanis cllllll, frvston ll.-'l'..'X... liirsi Nlvlllodisl fillll rvll Nlm'n's flnli lianqnct. 'l'lu' Nlasoniv 'l'm'inplm'. 'l'lu' Xortll mri in clllllI'l'll. oh: l"irli l'ri'sliyi' ': Nlr. Goodwin llad l'llJlI'g't' of flu' music' in ilu' prcsn'ntaiion of tlu' stnias Pagvant "Gloria," Nvw arranggn'nu'nts wvri' givcn to tlu' lruiliar lmu's. S1'i'1'ral dcliglitful spiritnalistiv. and dillivnll songs plm':1sm'cl tlu' parvnts ami fl'l1'llClS at tlu' annual spring c'oIu'a'rt. 'l'lu' Illllll' oi sm'w'rlfv-Hm'vn'li nu'1nlu'rs sang ullarli lV:iti'r" liy ll'ill .lanu's, "Swiss Skiing Songll lmy Max KFUIIU. "Say 'lllion l.oi'm'sl Nlmx" isic' of l.ifs"' by Nolwl Cain. and ".l1'su. .loy of Nlairs llvsiriiign luv liJll'll in wllu'l1 ilu' or1'lu'stra :u'4'oiilp:xiiim'rl ilu' vlioir. f v . . llu' oHu'n'rs of tlu' clioir arm' 1 llarlvs Nl2lg,fl'llIllS. prn'sulm'nl: l'anl lim'rgm'ron, vici'-pri'sicln'iit: llarlwara llvlvrsoii. s1'c'rm'l:1ry: Ann .lalu' ian In-k. trm'asnrm'r llu- luisirivss inanag1'nu'nt is lnulvr llolw l'lanli. lfor ilu' pnrposm' of :uwpiiring nioiuw' for tlu' trip to llvtroit and tlu- lllK'tlll'K' in flu' annual. a rollvr-skating party was lu-ld al llainona fnardvns. fircvting cards and luoostvr tic-ki-ts wvrn' also sold. Allvr an vxtcllslvm' ycar ilu' vlioir is to lu' i'UlllllliIlll'Illl'll on tlu'ir prol'1'ssional-lilu' singing. tlu'ir volullwl. and llu' fanu' tlu'v liaw' won for ilu'lnsL'li'm's, ilu' scliool, and our vily. 14

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