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JUNIOR CLASS Front Row — Left to Right: Jean Hoffman, Maurice Oliver, Arthur Schoonveld, Fred Zeck, Richard Osting, and Getrude Dyk- stra. Second Row — Martha Pruis, Frances Walstra, Malcolm Boeze- man, Marvin Bernard, Georgia Durant, Tillie DeKoker, and Miss Wakeman. Third Row — Esther Ruisard, Anne Kleinblossom, Herb Hook, Edith Tysen, Inez DeFries, and Goldie DeKoker. Fourth Row — Charlotte Barker, Lucille Hudnall, Eileen Bailey, Mary Lou Cheever, Elizabeth Woudema, and Marcella Schwanke. SOPHOMORE CLASS Front Row — L to R: Helen Bailey, Florence Hoffman, Dale Schwanke, Kenneth Sekema, Walter Mak, Alic e Sytsrria, and Cor- delia Rooy. Second Row — Beverly Hotham, Hazel Punter, Marg Konovsky, Rose Schlarp, Myrtle Calhoun, and Miss Keever. Last Row — Anna Klip, Dorothy Zabradac, Bernice Vander P ' .oeg, Bill Hoffman, Delpha Heimlich, Ruth Moolenaar, Jane Shuey, and Elean- or Hershman. FRESHMAN CLASS Front Row — L to R: Paul Hoffman, Lois Lagaveen, Alber Belstra, Stephan Terpstra, Bertha Vander Molen, Herman Belstra Richard Peterson, and Anna VanderMolen. Second Row — Gerrit Va: Keppel, Mary Lou Ewart, Sammie Kingma, Albert Clark, Alici Hamstra, John Mak, and Miss Slocum. Third Row — Mary Jan White, Ralph Boezeman, Delia Kleinblossom, Kenneth Hershmar Caroline Cooper, William Boersma, Beulah Hershman, and Rober Anderson. Fourth Row — Boyd Schwanke, Jimmie Bahler, Die ' Evans, Verna Nannenga, June Schatte, Elberta Greathouse, Claud Mosier, and Johnnie Zabradac. Page 18
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY We started our high school career as freshmen with thirty- two members. Our class officers were as fo.luws: president, Fred Zeck; vice president, Eileen Bailey; secretary, Lucille Hudnall; treasurer, John Van Kley. Mr. Ewart was chosen as our sponsor. We were duly initiated by the seniors. We had a class party in November and another in the spring. After a four-month vacation, we became sophomores. This time we had thirty-three members. Our officers were : president, Ar- thur Schoonveld; vice president, Wairen Cornell; secretary, Betty Cornell; treasurer, Sue Cox. This year Mrs. Bernard wsa our spon- sor. In the early fall we had a skating party at Hebron. We are now juniors with twenty-seven members. Our officers are : president, Malcolm Boezeman ; vice president, Fred Zeck; secretary, Lucille Hudnall; trasurer, Herbert Hook. Miss Wakeman is our class sponsor this year. So far this year we have had two skating parties at Lowell. On December 3, lb40, we presented a three-act comedy, “Wild Oats Boy”. With the proceeds from this play we plan to give the seniors a trip in the spring. Our class colors are blue and silver. Our motto is “Sailing On the Sea of Victory — May We Succeed”. SOPHOMORE CLASS Twenty-two members enrolled in the Sophomore class this year. The purpose of the first class meeting was to choose our spon- sor and elect class officers. We chose Miss Keever to be our sponsor and our officers are as follows: President, William Hoffman; Vice President, Dale Schwanke; Secretary, Alice Sytsma; Treasurer, Kuth Moolenaar. Our class colors are “Old Ros e and Silver” and our motto is “We bui.d the ladder by which we rise.” In October we invited the junior class to join us in a skating party. Regardless of falls, everyone had a good time. FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY We entered high school with thirty-four pupils, the largest freshman class in DeMotte history. Five of our number are from Lincoln Township. We elected Alice Hamstra as our president; ' " igmund Boezeman, vice president; Mary Jane White, secretary; and James Bahler, treasurer. Miss Slocum was selected as our spon- sor. — On September 24 we mad e our formal debut at the initia- tion given to us by the seniors. We enjoyed a skating party on Oct- ober 11 — many spi ' ls and thrills, of eoursp. We are looking for- ward to more parties in the spring. We have chosen blue and gold as our class colors. As our motto we selected: “Climb, though the rocks be rugged.”
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