Godwin Heights High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)
- Class of 1942
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You will find a dramatics theme lightly used in our
1942 Wolverine. This was chosen, hrst, in order that
greater tribute be paid where it is due - namely, to
our class advisor, second, because we feel the way
Shakespeare did when he wrote, "All the world's a
stage, and all the men and women merely players."
The days of our Youth spent here at Godwin may be
likened unto one of the most important Acts in the
Play of Life. We present this yearbook so that during
the intermissions of the Future we'll be able to recall
more vividly those pleasant and carefree days at
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An Oscar to Mrs. Harbaugh for the finest
directing of the year. Her production,
"Class of '42," will long be remembered.
The cast in appreciation for her fine direct-
ing present her with this academy award-
our 1942 Wolverine.
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JOSEPHENE M. MARKOFI-'
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Class of 1 942
President .,.,. John Kommei'
Secretary .,..,, . .. .. ...Barbara Oldfield
Vice-Prez-:ident .... . Geraldine Ile Witt
TIME -- 1936-1942.
PLACE - Godwin School.
PROLOGUE - Two years in Junior High.
ACT I - Ninth Grade.
Our ninth grade was probably much like all other
classes except that we were lucky enough to have
David Carpenter for our advisor. Our initiation by
the Sophomores left our feelings hurt and we vowed
we'd get even!
ACT II - Tenth Grade.
Woe to us! What a year! After our initiation of
the Freshmen it was decided that all such initiations
be permanently discontinued. Some initiation! Luck
again smiled on us in our Sophomore year and gave
us Mrs. Harbaugh for a class advisor.
ACT III - Eleventh Grade.
A never-to-be-forgotten year with the banquet as a
crowning event. What we went through to earn our
money shouldn't happen to anyone. Our junior Play,
"The Night of January l6," caught the fancy of our
public! Again thanks to Mrs. I-larbaugh.
ACT IV - Twelfth Grade.
Our big year started rather well by electing our
officers and the annual staff. Our faithful advisor,
Mrs. I-Iarbaugh, was coaching from the sidelines as
usual, although her smile was a little weak. QNO
wonder after two years with us.j
The Senior Play, "New Fires," gave many people
great enjoyment. Finally Spring came and with it
began our first plans for the big moment - Gradua-
tion. Skip Day was a question of much controversyg
but when it finally did arrive we were off at the
"crack of dawn" for a day we'll never forget.
The Prom the juniors gave for us was indeed
something to write down in our book of cherished
memories. To the juniors we say-Thanks a million!
On Class Day we appeared for the first time in cap
and gown -s gradually acquiring a dignity hitherto
unknown. Baccalaureate seemed even more solemn.
Each time we hear the strains of "Pomp and Circum-
stance" our final days at Godwin will be recalled as
well as all the pleasant years gone before.
EPILOGUE - Graduation Day.
MARGARET D. ALEXIS "What lies boa
hind ibost- niirrhit-volis ey:-s'l"
Girls' In-ague, Fommercizil Club, Senior
Play. 1.012 Rc-vu:-. Annual.
Rl'TH SHIRLEY BARNES "Originality
is the spire of Iifr,"
Girls' 1.4-'L-rue, tile-0 Club, Girls' Varsity,
Comm:-rm-ial Club, Basketball, Cantata,
Opera-tta. 1941! Rf-xue.
EDNA ANNE BUS "Books are a finer
world within a world."
Girls' League, Honor Society. Valcdic-
FLORENCE M. BOSS "Another cup of
Girls' League, Camp Fire. Horizon Club,
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PAUL K. BICCKICR "XVhn fears to oifend
lakes the first step to please,"
llow'-n' Iil'2l1Ill9, Band, Ort-hm-stra, Swing:
Band. Banquet Club.
RICHARII BERKEY "i'unnin1: is thc
mlwari' of wisdom."
Boys' Leapfue, Cheer Leader, Football, Bas-
ketball Mgr., Baseball, Baseball Mgr.,
Track. Annual S al1', Sports Editor. News
Suiif, 1940 R4-vue, Cantata.
NICK J. BHAVATA4"Sartorial perfec-
tion and a faultless mind."
Boys' League. .lunior Play.
SHIRLEY L. CANFIELD "Sing away
sorrow, cast away fear."
Girls' League, Junior Play, Senior Play,
Girls' Varsity, Basketball Mgr., Banquet
Club, Glee Club, Cantata. Operetta, 12142
Revue, Commercial Club, Kitchen Mgr. for
BETTY J. BISHOFF 4't'nmlu-titivv
sports, a source nf true delight."
Girls' League, Band, Orchestra, Camp Firi-
Guardian, Horizon Club. Junior Class Vice
1'rn-siilcnt, Girls' Varsity, liaskolball, 19441
Rn-vue. lianquct Club, Cantata.
EDITH RlfTH BLOORE -"A dangerous
ent-my, but at faithful friend."
Girls' 1.4-:iam-, Junior Class Secretary,
Junior Play. Senior Play, Citizenship
Award, Camp Fire, Annual, Banquet Club,
Glow Club, Cantata, Uperetta, May Festi-
BILL CLIFTON - "I would rather be
right than be president."
Boys' League Vice President. Student
Council, Varsity Club, Football, Baseball,
Boxing: Club, .Iunior Play, Senior Play,
CLAIRENE COZZENS ' "Music washes
away the dust of everyday life."
Girls' League Executive Council, Honor
Society Secretary, Student Council. Orches-
tra. Glee Club, Cantata! Operetta, 1942
Revue, Junior Play. Bancfhet Club, Annual.
HUBERT DARBY f "Never says morc
than is ne-ce-ssary."
GERALUINE LORRAINE DE WITT
"Here, there, and everywhere."
Girls' Leagruc, S-nior Class Vice President.
Girls' Varsity President, Basketball, Camp
Fire, Annual. Commercial Club. General
Mgr. ol' Ilancws.
LORRAINE DINGMAN 'iReasly foriun.
RUSEANN DYKSTRA - "Keeps Cupid
willins: tu work, and able to :lo it. working overtime."
Girls' League. Commercial Club, Basket-
HAROLD J. DOAN- -"Either l will Final
a way. or I will make one,"
Boys' Lvafum-, Snphomore Class Presislont.
Studs-nt Council President. Annual Su-111'
Girl! League Executive Couuril, Girls'
Varsity, Basketball, Softball, Junior Play,
Sr-nior Play. Camp Fire. Banquet Club,
Annual, 15112 Rv-sue.
.IEANETTA JANE EDMUNDS "I doubt
if he-14 dam-ini: days are over."
inttlx Girls' I.:-'u:uv, News Sfuif, I'0l'Y1H1k'l'l'i2ll
1'i1iilo:', 'l'l':tvvlinu Assembly, Cz 2 :.
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LORENE MARY FAASS "'l'lu-1 pnwvr uf BETTY E. FOSTER "Opportunity comes
ai smilw is qi'-wut." to all who work and wish."
Girls' l.L-azzua-, Suphumurv Class Svvrr-tary, Girls' Lf-auue-, Commercial Club, Banquet
Hand, Junior Play, Suniur Play, 15032 Club. Annual.
GLADYS MARIE FOSTER "Small of
stature, sweet of smile: bright and cheery
L0l'lSE E. PAY "IM-tn-rminzutinn nwver all the while."
fzuls. Girls' League, Give fluh, Cantata, 1912
Girls' l.i-agile Iflxvclltivv Council, Girls' Re-vue.
Y:u's.iT.y, liasl-is-tlvall, Sflftball, Junior Play,
Sr-nior Play, Glue- Club, Vzxiilzitzi, Opvre-ttzl.
Ilamqm-1 Club, Annual,
ARMETA VV. GAST "A unsp, zuul thi-n
:i xrigzxzle. Lhzxt's Gaslf'
Girls' l,efzuIue'. Studs-nl l'nunr'il Trezlsurer
Junior Play, Glu' fluh, l':-iluatu, Olwiwitzl
IENZ R1-vuv-, A fzumelln Vhoir.
ROBERT S. GAVER "An iimls-r-l'uvr-5
linys' Leairuv, Junior Play, 'l'r:u'k, 'l'n-nnis
KATIIRYN J. GRIES "A dual lrvrsrmri- RICHARD T. HATHERLEY "All the EDWIN N. HESS "Imngin:1tiun rules
:xlity." world loves a lover." the world."
Girls' Lezurue-, lfommervizil Club, Boys' League, Rand, Swing: Band. 12412 lioys' Leazuv, Hand, Orchvstru, Swing
Revue, Banquet Club, lioxinz Club, llanrl, 'l'rave'linx.: Assembly.
RUB HART "Always vhevry, full uf
fun, new-r gloomy, rwvvr gIum," DONNA M. HESS UA pretty girl with GERALD H. I-IESS-"R.ip Van VVinkli-
Hoy-L' Ifunzuv-, Rand, Junior Play, Senior
Play, 1943 Resvuv, Noon Hour Commitff-v-.
Ilan-quot I'lub. Tennis, Huy Scouts.
Girls' Lvauue, Banquet flub.
UAROLYX E. IIEYHUER "Wuri'y und BILL Hl'BISARIl "Yun gm-v only ns
l haue ri'-vi-I' me-I," muvh :ns yu-1 LflK"A."
Girl-' l.:-num-, Vwnirm-rr'i:nl Vlulu, Iiniiqip-' H4,5-' lmngig.-A
Vliiln, Him- l'l lb, Ulu-iw-Ilia.
r Y GLENN A. HI'I.L Mlihv small 4-uurivlsies
Y. JEANNE HONINIINGA 'ZX xxilliui: sw:-n-lvn lifv: thr- ui"-nh-r vnnublf- it."
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fiirls' l,v-alum-, fiirl-' Vzu-i'y, l":n1rm-rv-izil
PHYLLIS IIEAETTE JENKINS "Poetry
vunxes nf-:irer tu v.rul truih than his-
Girls' L1-:nu nf, liirl-' Yzirsily, Ne-us Sunil,
1':unu lfirv. llurizuu Vlub. Iiaiiumvr Vluh.
YIYIAN MARIE JENSEN "l'riv-n4l- han'-
nll thins- in rurii1nr:u."
Inrls I..-num-, l.u'l-1 Xzu'-iry, lianquf-I
Club. Nm-us Svutf l'l4lil4n', Annual Stull' As-
FRANCES V. JCRRIANS 'tBrown-eyed
Girls' League. Honor Society, Commercial
Club, Banquet Club.
DELLA C. KLOOSTRA "Better late
Girls' League, Commercial Club, Basket'
ball, Glee Club, Cantata, 15442 Revue.
MARGARET MARLATT -e "One, Two,
Girls' League, Junior Play, Glee Club,
Cantata, 1941. 1942 Revues, Camp Fire,
Horizon Club, Traveling Assembly.
EVELYN MARSMAN "She came. she
saw, she conquered 1"
Girls' League. Honor Society. Commercial
Club, Senior Class Treasurer, Camp Fire,
LCCILLE PAXSON "Music isa
Girls' League Executive Council. Honor
Society Vice l'l'esislent. Commercial Club,
Junior Class President. Student Council,
Junior Play, Senior Play. Camp Fire
Guardian, Horizon Club, Cantata, Operetta,
1941. 19412 Revues, A Capella Choir, Girls'
Varsity, lianouet Club, Annual.
CARSON C. PELTON "Speech is great,
but. silence is greater."
JEAN KN1GHTf -"Sweetness and light
make the Knight bright."
Girls' League. Commercial Club, Senior
l'lny, Glee Club. Cantata. Revue.
JOHN KOMMER "His feet never stand
lioys League, Junior Class Treasurer,
Senior Class President, Junior Play, Senior
1'lay, lioys' Varsity, Football, Male Chorus,
Cantata, Olieretta, 1942 Revue, News
Statl, lianquet Club, Annual.
ANNA McDONALD -- "She found her
Girls' League. Commercial Club.
VIOLA J. MOGET - "Laugh and the
world laughs with you."
Girls' League. Commercial Club. Annual.
DORA JEAN LEGGETT "A face that
wears a smile is ever good."
Girls' League. Girls' Varsity, Basketball,
Cantata, Banquet Club. Annual,
ELMER LEGGETT "Just a Mood skaie."
Boys' League, Junior Play, Track.
BARBARA OLDFIELD - - "lie great in
act. as you have been in thought."
Girls' League, Honor Society President,
Student Council, Senior Class Secretary.
Junior Play. Senior Play, Banquet Club,
GEORGIA MAE PARCHER "Grand
things come in small packages."
Girls' League, News Staff. Senior Flay.
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VVALLACE E. PENNEY "A shining K. .1. PURSELL "Rest is the sweet
penny." sauce of labor."
Boys' League. Hand, Student Council. lioys' League. Varsity Club, Football. lias
Senior I'lay, Tennis. ketball. Baseball, Tennis. Boxing Club
VYESTLEY PERRY "Mode-sty in person."
lioy -.' League, Commercial Club.
Commercial Club. Cantata. lit-12 R4-vue.
GARRETT ROBINSON "Strong reasons
make strong ar-tions."
lioys' League. Junior Play, Senior Flay
Male Chorus. Cantata. A Capella Choir
Traveling Assembly, lioxing Club,
MALDIE D. ROBINSON "lt is slivine
in act well."
Girls' League, C'unin1v1'm'ial Club,
NORMA RAE RLNNEBUUM "Ambition
mixes excitement in living,"
Girls' League. Honor Society Secretary,
Commercial Club, Girls' Varsity, Camp
Fire, Banquet Club, Annual.
JEAN C. SCHOCVY "Twinkle toes."
Girls' League, Band. Orchestra, Junior
Play, Camp Fire, Horizon Club. Next-
St'ili', Banquet Club, 150-ll, 15042 Rm-vues,
JACK D. SLUAN "Never hasty."
MILDRED STEVENS "A quick temper,
a lung peace."
Girls' Leaxrue. Commercial Club. Banquet
WALLACE L. STOLTEN "A man and
Boys' League Vice President, Boxing Club,
JACK VYHITE "l1:ishl'ulin-ss is a leafl-
NELSON M. WVIIITE "A gnml spurt."
lioys' l.4-amllw. Varsity Club, lfuotball. lla--
km-tball. Ha-elrall, 'l'ra:'k, S4-nim' l'lay,
HELEN MAE TODD -- "Never a flull
Girls' League Executive Council, Honor
Society President and Secretary. Junior
Play, Senior Play, Girls' Stane Representa-
tive, D.A.R. Represenmtive. Banquet Club.
Annual Staff Circulation and Business Mm:
MARTHA TOVYNSEND "Short aml
Girls' League Executive Council, Junior
Play, Senior Play, Camp Fire, Horizon
Club. Glee Cluif, Cantata. O1 eretta, 19-12
Revue Traveling Assembly, Banquet Club,
Gl'lI.DA MAE VVILSON "To live lnny,
it is zxwessz-ry to live slowly."
Girls' l.vf:i-zue. Glee Club, Senior l'la5.
HARRY I-I. WILSON Hlwlvils wmtrnl th-A
lioys' I.:-airuc Vresialent. Hzynor Sm-iety
President. Student Council Presillent, Salu-
Laturian, ,Iuninr Play. Senior Play. Fufu-
bnll, Track, lfvll. lvl! Iievur-s, Annual.
ZELLA M. S0l'THVl'El.L "Oli, the joy
of one who sings at his work."
Girls' 1.1-ague, Senior Play. Glee Club,
Cantata, Om-retta. 110-12 Revue, Traveling:
Assembly, Camp Fire, l'lnrizun Club, Girls'
Varsity, Ha.n1iueL Club.
LURRAINE MARIE STACI-IY "Cum-
Girls' League Executive Council, Honor
Society, Commercial Club, Student Council,
News Stall, Glee Club, Banquet Club,
KENNETH VANDER SCHUIQR -"Inmlus-
try makes the man."
MELVIX VER HELL "Ar-tions speak
lnunler than word:-."
Boys' Leagrue. Commercial Club, Varsity
Club, 'l':'as'li, Senior Play.
NORMAN E. VYRIGHT "'l'he 1-nil justi-
fies the mf-ans."
Buys' ln-ague-, liaskeiball, Huy Sr-nuts, lil-lf
Best All Around ....,,,.,,A.,,,,, ,...,7,. H C160 Todd
Did the Most for Godwin ..,,,,.. ,,,...,.... H elen Todd
Most Ambitious Seniors, ,, ....... Clairene Cozzens
Most Likely to Succeed., .,,,,, Harry Wilson
Most Popular ..,,....,,,Y..,,,,4,.,..........,VV ...V....VwV H Glen Todd
For Whom Godwin Did the
Most Courteous Seniors i,,,,, .,
Best Apple Polishers ,,,,
Undignified Seniors ...,.,
Most. Handsome Boy ',,,,,,
Prettiest Girl ....si,.,,,,,.,,
Best Dressed Seniors ..s,,,,
Class Gossip., .
Class Chatterbox ,,,,,,
Best Dancers s,,,,
Class Giggler ..,,,
Woman Hater ,,,,..
Man Hater .,,,,.,,,
Most Bash ful ,,s,,,,
Ladies' Man e,,,,,
Laziest ,, ,,,a...V H
Class Pest ,...,...
Best Arguer ,..,,,,.
Class Flirt .....,,
Best Athletes ....,.
Prettiest Eyes ,,.,,,
Prettiest Dimples ..,,,,
Prettiest Hair ,.,,i.
Prettiest Smile ..,,
Class Wit .a,,..,.VV,.
Class Pessimist ,.,,,,,i.
Kenneth Vander Schuur
.. ..,,,. Roseann Dykstra
. , s,,, Dick Berkey
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Officers I,l'l'Siflf'l'lt. Dave- Peterson:
Advisor - Mrs. E. Boersma.
Vice-President, Rosemary Alaria:
SHN-tary, Arlyne Hopp: Treasurer,
Hula dancers at the lust banquet
Dorothy admires her work
Ray studies for a change
Ed, our camera fiend
After the junior class officers were chosen and our class ring was selected, we
discussed some of our plans for the year.
Due to the tremendous increase in enrollment at Godwin during the last few
years, the juniors and seniors voted to abolish the traditional junior-senior
banquet in favor of a prom. To celebrate the "death" of our banquets, a party
was held in the gym after which we"snake-danced" over to the playground where
we burned all the remaining decorations of former banquets in a huge bonfire.
Hard work and grand cooperation on the part of many juniors helped to make
our play, "Double Door,'l a great success. We learned that McDonald is quite a
paperhanger, that Virginia Goff was indispensable backstage as property manager,
and that Arelyne in her wedding gown rivaled the "lovelies" of Hollywood. We
were justly proud of all of our classmates in the cast.
At this writing, we are neck-high in plans for our prom in honor of the
seniors. "What are you going to wear to the prom?", "Have you bought your
formal yet?", can be heard in all the llth and 12th grade home rooms these days.
As spring fever comes creeping into us, fishpoles, tennis rackets and ball bats
are appealing more than English and American history. We're "gonna" make
the most of them for we know that next year will bring some dignity to till our
empty "hat-racks." Or will it?
Juniors taking dictation
Nothing on his mind
In the Rev
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The Sophomore Class of 1942, 136 strong-the largest class in the history
of Godwin - started off with a "bang" by electing Miles Doan president.
After the class election, Miss Flynn, our very capable student advisor, pointed
out that a scientific financial goal had to be attained. Plans for making money
were submitted and carried out with incredible swiftness, making our sopho-
more class noted for its originality. The one plan that caught the eye of the
whole school was the afternoon "tea dancesf' called everything from the "Saddle
Shoe Shag" and "Bunny Rabbit Hop" to "Gabby Goon Gatherin's." If all the
students had enjoyed the refreshments and sandwiches half as much as Kenneth
Duyser and Don Wassenaar, our treasury would be running over. The sopho-
more class sponsored several projects, the success of which can be attributed only
to the fine cooperation of all members.
There was never a dull moment for the high spirited "Sophs"-- movies,
defense drives, and air raid drills pleasantly relieved any possible monotony. As
this year draws to a close, the students have one goal to attain, that 194-6 has one
of the most outstanding classes ever to be graduated from Godwin High. They
have cleared the hrst hurdle of the way by learning that "unity pays."
The same crowd together
Christmas party in 120
At the backwards party
More food and more fun
Our pride and joy
Advisor--Miss B. Flynn.
Officers g President, Miles Doan:
Vice-President, Russell Bulliss: See-
retary, Roy Clifton: T1'easu1'e1'. Ken-
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Talking it over
First Row' R. Iloyln-. l-I. R4-od fVice-l're-sitlent :intl Chairman of
Victory Wet-kb, J. Dykstra 4'l'rvusurer and Chuirmzm of Hall
Monitorsl, H. Wilson ll'resident and Assembly Dire:-turl, E.
l't-zwoy fSeei'etai'y and Vhziirman of Exchange Asst-mblivsl, V.
Siplu, E. Lepzyxett.
Sc-cond Row Miss M. St-hmiedini: lAdvisorI, I.. Fay, C. Cozzens,
li. Antonides, D. Lull, B. llc-rg, D, Davis, J. White.
Third Row -C. Strohpaiul, K. Duyser, H. Doan, li. Sneden, C.
Kina. NV, Perinvy. J. Holxu-rrlu, V. Berry, B. Rood.
The Student Council encounters many ditiiculties establishing policies for
the student body. The hall monitor system was "tackled," and if you ever
complained about the permit system -- remember that it was all for a good
cause. The bright spot in the week 3 Friday Activity Period - meant
assemblies put on by the Student Council.
Additional projects backed by the Student Council were the Homecoming
Dance and Victory Week. The "old grads" received a special invitation for
the dance. Victory Week meant that Godwin had an "all out" to help America
win. Students were found carrying anything from a canceled postage stamp to
a bale of waste paper suspended by a bent coat hanger.
We almost forgot to mention the exchange assemblies - also sponsored by
the Student Council! It was an application of the good neighbor policy, and
it was very successful.
First Row -g L. Stacey. F. Jurrians. N. Runneboom OSQ-ei'etui'y
First, Sf-mesterl. B. Oldfield 4Pre-sident Se-eoncl S4-me-sterv. I..
Paxson lViee--Presitlent First Semestwl, H. Alarizi lYite-l'i'c-si-
cle-nt Seeontl Sr-mesterj.
Second Row H- E. Bos, E. Marsman. Mrs. G. Saur fAdvisorl. H.
Wilson. Mr. D. Harbaugh Vfreasurerl, C. Cozzens 1Sec're-tary
Second Sernesterl. H. Todd fPreside-nt First Semi-sterl.
The Godwin Chapter ot' the National Honor Society met
shortly after the opening of the fall term to admit new
members who were chosen on the hasis of scholarship,
leadership, character, and service.
lt was due to this organization that all the lost. strayed
or borrowed property was returned to its rightful owner.
Unclaimed articles were turned over to the Salvation Army.
Vile can also thank this group for the many helpful tire
drills which added to the safety of our school.
A dance was given, not for personal gain, hut to start a
loan fund for the henetit of Godwin graduates who are
At the end of the year new memhers were initiated for
1942-43, leasing them to carry on the ideals of the Honor
Y - raw ,,
First Row- AS. Plantenga, H. Smith, P. Corfixsen, G. Wolfrey, G.
Stevens, N, Baker, B. Berg, V. Van Essen
Second Rowell. Strohpaul, L. Kaiser rPresi
lSeci-etaryj, L. V. Raab
dentl. Mr, P. VV. Miller
tAdvis0rl. W. Beattie 1Vice-Presidentl. J. Wright, B. Laninga.
Planning work! Q l Q
Can you imagine what would happen to the noon hour program
without the Noon Hour Committee in charge? And what would
happen to the committee without either Mr. Miller or Mr. Sargent?
Every student has had his noon hours made more enjoyable because of
this organization. Besides, every teacher has breathed a sigh of relief
knowing that some of the students' excess energy has been "burned up."
The Halloween party was the outstanding event of the year. The
true spirit of Halloween prevailed and everyone was busy having fun.
Timely refreshments also gave zest to the evening.
As usual, finances were a problem. Proceeds from a dance and noon
sales were used in buying awards and in paying for our picture.
Although being a member of this committee involves many duties,
everyone finds pleasure in its worthwhile service.
Just a meeting
"A Bigger .ind Better Paper" is the IHOILO ol,
the Godwin News Stiff. The staff haw heen
experimenting to enlarge our neu-N from .1 three
to .1 flour-toltimn piper, lt is .tlxo slrixing lor
originality to improxe lwolh the .llTIWC.ll'.lIlLL' .md
the aontent ol' this monthly piper.
The chief' money making projeut ugh the
April lfool Newm Although the thus is wmiller
ih.m iixtnil, the wtudentx t'ooper.1ted .ind wtiuem-
fully edited .in exti'.xordin.iry piper. Rememher
how the students eagerly .twiited itw sale?
A sm.1ll xml? required much more .md harder
xxork. .ind e.1th perxon put forth his hest erlortx
to puhlixh the paper. The Ntudentx h.tx'e oly-
tained in'.'.1lu.ihle experiente hy rotating their
powitionw. thereby hning no permanent sttitt.
Sexertil tield tripx were .also m.1de to learn .ill
the tetliniquex ol puhlixliing .1 good piper.
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Officers H. Wilson lI'i'e-sirle-ntl, VV. Stouten lViee-Presirlentl. G. Hull 184-ere-targl, K. lluyser l'I'rs-zisur rl
H. Domi 4Fii'st Juilm-L, R. llerkey 1Second Jurlyel.
Senior Boys' League
The Mnior Boys' League "got OH" to a relatively slow start. Our plans
more than once were nearly ruined hecause of conflicting activities. But with
the pick of the students leading us on, we overcame many ohstacles.
Novemher 28 found the hoys out at Picric Acid on a wiener roast. At this
time the Sophs were "put through the mill," and formally initiated into the
sotiety. Then tame the party of the year, given hy the girlsl There was
plenty of fun and excitement for all. also delicious refreshments, Alvff Wfe
planned a return engagement, a semi-formal dance with orchestra and all. but
at the last minute our plans went awry, In honor of the fairer sex, a tomhina-
tion wicner roast was given at the beautiful Caledonia Park to end the year
with a "hang," we fmllfe.
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Smmsm' Mr. VV. W. lilziir.
Glmrdizms - Miss ll. I,ui5::xrt, Miss C. Russell, B. Bislioll, L, Puxson,
Nl 'l'nxxnsenil M Piilgvn l' Jenkins
We now have four junior groups of Camp Fire Girls. Miss Charlotte Russell and
Miss Dorothy Luigart being guardians for one group in junior High. Another
group is led by Lucille Paxson and Betty Bishoff. while Mrs. Mabelle Van Atta is
guardian of a third group. Martha Townsend assisted by Phyllis jenkins and Mar.
jorie Pidgen, has charge of the fourth group Composed of girls from the lower
grades. Phyllis jenkins, Marjorie Pidgen. and Margaret Marlatt form the Court of
Awards for all the groups. We are proud to mention that twenty-eight girls have
been awarded higher ranks.
All the girls have been working on a most worthwhile project g "Fortifying the
Family." Sixteen members are also keeping up with the times by taking First Aid
from Mrs. Mabelle Van Atta.
After school closed last year, the Camp Fire Girls went to Yankee Springs for a
three-day camp out. This june many will go to Camp Kewano for a week-end
a wal friend lp and rommg campfire girls
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fVan Atta Chapterj
Group Zelwetlua Cainp liire fiirlst whose pitture has appearetl in the "XX'olxerine'
for many yearst appears this year as the Van Atta Chapter ol' the Horizon filulm an
organization for Senior Camp lfire Girls. Many ol' the girls were gratluatetl in 'il.
antl nearly all the rest are 'll gratluates.
Last june the girls tampetl an entire week at Yankee Springs. lfour tlays were
also spent at Muskegon State Park in August, Here. study was tonilwinetl with
recreation making it possilwle tor six girls to hetome torthlhearers in Conserxation
and Clamp Craft. lean Sthouw was awartletl the highest rank in Cainp l7ire, that ot'
ln Defense activities. the Horizon Club formed the tirst Home Nursing tlass
south of Grantl Rapids antl also tontrihutctl to the support ol' hlootl tlonors. The
girls gave a skit in Home Nursing at the pageant in the C,ix'it Autlitoriuin in April.
All have their certititates in junior Retl Clross First Aid.
First Row M. Munshuw, NI, liush, M. Vlilg.-r, 15-1-iwiuai-yi. P, Jr-'ltlilfl-, Z,
Sw-ond Huw B. Bishrmtf, I.. Vzixsni.. Xl. 'l'uxxnsvnil iI'i't-sivlv-mr, M, Yagi
H1-ukvluni. M. H1435 l'l'1'1-Austin-rr. Y. .Xt'lwi'rn:m. M. N'ui'il,
'l'hi1'1l Row Mrs. M, If Yun Alta 4.sX1lx'ism'l, ll. Nlurlurt. iVic1--Prvfsiilentf.
l". lioss, J. Senouxx, li. lmwis, Nlr. V, 1. Smit' 1S1uiiisin'r,
Nut Press-tit Jean Nielurlsmi, lie-ttx' Hzlnimvrslzlu.
First Row O. Smith. P. Blain lVic'i--l'rz-sitlr-ntl, li.
Laninpza. V. Norris, P. Hake-t', R. Roorl 1Sr-eretary-
Ser-ond Row Mr. VV. VV. Blair lAdvisorl. K. NYildf-y,
T. Tormrren, L. Todd, J. Rapp, C. Strohpaul. H.
Dc-Koster, R. Yan Eizenua.
Third Row R. Schroeder, H. Sargent, H. Ward, VV
Sargent, J. Holvverda, J. Botma.
Nut Pre-sent R. Harvey 1Pre-iclentl.
Not to be "outdone" by Senior l-ligh, the
junior Boys' League was organized in I9-il,
However, membership in this organization is
limited. The boys in each home room elected
two boys to become charter members of the
League. Election to membership now re-
quires a majority vote of the active members.
The fellows have sponsored many com-
mendable projectsg such as. .1 collection of
scrap materials for defense and a grounds
cleaneup campaign. Since "all work and no
play mal-ces jack a very dull boy," several
social activities have been included during
the year, among them being an outdoor hike
and a roast.
This organization expects to continue to
grow maintaining the high ideals with which
it has been organized.
Mrs. Mahelle C. Van Atta tAdvisorl
B. Duyser IPM-sidentb
B. Bolle-s lVice-President!
V. Van Essen 1Seei'e-tary-'l'reasurerI
The junior Girls' League is one of the
newer organizations in Godwin. Mrs.
Mahelle Van Atta is the advisor and ex-
olficio mcmlver of an executive council con-
sisting of one girl from each home room.
The year was started with .1 picnic at john-
son Park and if you think it wasn't enjoyable,
ask Phyllis Ballinger who tried a dessert of
native wild fruit. The spring picnic was held
at lcleal Park.
Several interesting meetings were held
during the year. Among them heing .1 talk
hy Miss Hartnacke on the proper lighting in
the home. Mrs. Gladys Saur also spoke to us
giving some tirstlhand information about the
Senior Girls' League, an organization in
which we also hope to become memhers
when we are in Senior High,
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'irst Iimx I.. Iiovkliilrii, fl. Rrilvinsuri. li, Carver, J. Nr-wc-ll. G. Vain I'ril'!-
flm-vt. K. lvmwuflylu-, I4. Iivlzinirm-r. l'I. Kzu-ns, fi. Hull, l'. lh-clam-x'. li. I54-rk:-v.
N4-vuntl Ibm W, Strvllu-lu. Ii. Sivkirk, l'. Ilzlnse-ri. 0. Smith. Ii. I'i1x'svll.
. Kutvliin. I., IM Mr-1-ste-1'. Ii, Ze-ell, fi. Holt. N. lii':n:it:l. VV, i'unniri:l1:lm.
Ii. Knight, Mr. J. Mznlclurks lA4lvisurr.
Ihird Row NV. Gi':1nsIi'on1, E. Mzlrlvttr-. A. Van Zzilefn, 0. lin-lit-ri. ll.
rulwell. Id. .ls-ll'rv5s, Ii. Iiulililigr-r, .l. Xui4lt-rsmu, VV. Knzlzlk, Ii, Iiivlver. .I.
Rohinsrm, l', Hi-will-rs.
Iourth Row XY. Ilnorn, IV, Flnry, IC. Klmustru. C. l'itt, Ii, IH- Vries. lf
lxnapp, .I. lmmrstn-+-I, IZ, Ilzirve-y. l'f. Morris, VV. Snrgft-nt. V. King, l'.
Nlcchanirul draw ing
Shop and Mechanical
This is the first year that mechanical drawing and shop work have
been offered at Godwin. In September, Mr. Maddocks found his
classes overflowing because all the fellows seemed to be enrolling in his
courses. Now, when you hear weird noises you know that there is much
ado, but not about nothing, down in the "shop rooms,"
The drawing classes have progressed greatly. The boys have dis-
covered a draftsman's picture of industry through their drawings and
use of instruments. The shop classes have gone through the stages of be-
coming acquainted with tools of the school and home workshop as well
as using them. A keen interest has been shown by everyone in this new
program. The fellows would like to thank Mr. Baird for his work.
Although handicapped by lack of equipment, both classes have shown
fine cooperation and have mastered the foundations of the first shop
program at Godwin High School.
Measuring Tool supplies
ls it square?
The Varsity Klub started its year out by electing otlicers from
its memhers who are active in all sports sponsored hy the school.
The annual initiation of the Varsity letter winners was held. fol-
lowed by .1 potluck dinner. No douht, the fellovvs who were
initiated will long rememher the strange antics they went through.
Among the activities of the year were a movie and a number of
paddle-pop sales to increase funds in our depleted treasury. One
of the high spots in the year was the annual Grand Valley Con-
ference Banquet at East Grand Rapids High School. lt gave
everyone a grand opportunity to "get acquainted" with fellows
from other schools.
XVe lost Mr. Miller, our cluh advisor, on April 15. He is now
an ensign in the Navy. As a token of our appreciation for him.
we gave him an engraved watch.
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First Row - R. liullisw. J. Now:-ll, G, Yun Portlleet. R, Belzlrirrer. U, Rlxllbfl,
R. Kerr. R. Clifton.
Sc-eond Rnwf- N. VVhite, R, Shelc-V, VV. Clifton, Mr. P. VY. Miller'
lA4ivisorr, R. Brenner, J. Ifishflr, K, Iluyser, N. Wright.
'l'hiVd Rim' R. Mi-Donald, K. Pursell, H. VViIsfm. K. Kult-hin, VY, Rhmuiers.
N, new 1'
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First Row -E. l.t-irigett lSoftball Manai.:erJ, E. Hample fSevr+-taryl, R.
Dykstra 4XYlCE'-Pl't'Silll-Wltl. B. Duyser, B. Dykstra 1I'reSidentl. J. VVew-it
Second Row -- B. Smith, R, Mcllnnald, M. DeKoster, J. Lanintra lSoccer
and liaskvtball Mztnzuxvrl, l. Bittner, Mrs. H. Simpson lAdvisorI.
Third Row AL. Hunnvs, J. Voorhees, Ii. Friend, R. Doyle, A. Hamplf-,
l'. Ballinger 1T1'e-asilreri,
,Mary P 1.14:-fin
Going for a hike
The junior G Cllub was organized to govern the activities of the
junior High Girls' Athletic Association. Any junior High girl
who has attained L1 hundred points is eligible for membership in
the club. Members are selected on the basis of athletic ability,
scholastic record. leadership, and sportsmanship. A gold cup is
.iwarded to the most outstanding junior High athlete. Letters .ire
given to girls on the basis of points earned.
At the end of each sport season the G Club sponsored .1 party
for .ill G, A. A. girls. After the soccer season there was .1n .ill-
g.1mes party. .md .1t the end of the basketball se.1son tl potluck
dinner and roller skating party were held. At such times new
members were pledged .ind initiated. lfrich new member took p.1rt
in .1 "good sport day" when they did ex.1ctly as they were told.
Membership t.1rds .md pins were reteived .it .1 l4OI'I'lLll dinner
First Rim M. Mzirshzill, ll. Lacliey, Nl. l., Rummer. M, G1,c'ht'riai1i'. Y. Phillips, Miss B.
Flynn 1lT'ii'vetorI. ll. liruk. E. liloore. lb. Klrrostra, G, NVilsnn, Z. Sinithxvt-ll.
St-cuiul lluw I.. l':xxwoii. R. Barnes, M. 'l'mvnsc-lul. li. i'hirkvi'inu. Bl. Munshaw, A. Cast.
K, liiwullvy, lil. Holm:-s. A. Hupp, J. llykstrzx, li. Bl. l'1-:wi-y.
Thircl Row S. fzirilieltl, J. Knight, M. llzile. L. Hytlaihl, l'. Faass. N. lie-truml. J. Lanimzzi.
M. Yun llt-ukelum. .l. Som-V. S. Rurkxvvll, J. VVestg:ite. G, l'us1er.
Not l'rvs0nt F. C0124-ns. ll. Hart. VV. lmuks, S. Plziiiteiiirzi.
Are you asking why we liked to hear the 3:05 bell ring? Because it meant
Glee Club f- blending together once again in three-part harmony and singing
our favorite numbers.
This year we undertook an ambitious program making many public appear-
ances. We collaborated with the other musical organizations of Godwin in
presenting a new and different cantata. Another outstanding event was the
Music Festival. For us, it was the big annual event.
A selected number of girls joined members from the Male Chorus in form-
ing an A Cappella Choir - an innovation at Godwin. It was fun even though
singing together necessitated giving up noon hours.
We attribute the success of the year to the grand cooperation on the part
of the girls and Miss Flynn along with the support given by the Room
Mothers and the P. T. A.
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Hof-kstru, R. Ma-llnnaltl. S. Cunningham. S. Rt-uly, I'. Bulmlirim-r'.
Se-coml Row -R. Dvksirzx, Ii. Ilykstra, l-'. Humble. Ii, lmyt-s, IC. Hzimple, V. Grmenhuis, Il.
Thomas, Ii. Vincc-nt, P. I'ar1-her, G. Lammon.
Third Row V. VVzu'rl, H. Uuyser, L, Frieml. I.. Rziub, M, Zevlf, V. Van Essen. J. Gilron.
J. Vnorhu-s, .l, I-'note-, V. Wiihzim.
Not in T'it'Iure- VV. Allen, R. Doyle, J. Duxtzitor, V. Rus-, H. Imuks. C. Zir'htei'man.
This past year has shown a marked development in the junior Chorus. The
singers have become acquainted with classical. semi-classical, sacred, and
popular compositions. The main accomplishment of the chorus has been
beauty in tone quality.
The Junior Chorus actively participated in many programs. Of all, the
Christmas Cantata being the most important. Thanksgiving, Palm Sunday,
and Baccalaureate were some of the occasions when it took part in programs
of the Southlawn Church of God.
Much of the success of the Junior Chorus is due to the able directing of
Miss Evelyn Barr. As a final activity of the junior Chorus a party was held,
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This y ar thrrty tandxdates reported for prutlte early nn beptemher
Althouy,h the SCISOD vw as not too Suecessful many undertlassmen hut
the tds IDYISC of one more year of experxente The team dld manage
homey er to play the role of grant luller by deidlotlung, Wyomrnyu md
Those who have played thelr last game for Godmn are Purse-ll
Kommer Whlte Klcos Clrfton Wrlson Berleey and Captzun Bxll
btex enson The team vull not be h1t too hard by gmduatxon is a bank
held composed munly ot iophomore5 should really 5,0 hot Be surf.
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St-eonrl Row O, Rekwn, D. Gt-ih, M
B. lflury, Fuaeh Charon.
Rhoades and Pursell, making up the regulars, were joined
hy the reserve squad to form our team for this year. Their
past record brought them the titles of Godwin's all-c'on-
ference representative, and captain of the team. respectively.
Pursell will he the only one not in the line-up for next year,
so here's to a record-breaking year for the Wolv'erinesf
Billy and Bobby Saurman, Bill Flory, Doug Geib, Larry
Kaiser, and Marvin Emery made their first appearance in
haskethall uniforms for Godwin. As could be expected,
they were in the "think" of everything. Their year of
training will prove invaluable in years to come, and, when
these boys hit the Varsity. Wfowf
High Scores - Crowds - Cheers - Music
lflrt Rcm R Al.-um R Dylctra Slllli 1CaptamJ I ay
Second Roxy 1 lmp on c B1 hcff 1' Peaxey
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Thrs IS our first year of regular playmg We
have won both of our matches so far and hope
we will contmue to be as successful
Thls year the team was under the drrectron ot
Mrs H bnmpson Seyeral players returned from
The curls entered unto competntlon mth Hud
sonxrlle Comstock Park Grindulle Wyornlnb
and others The season proyed to be Nery
The second team composed of sophomores
and freshmen showy ed conslderable promxse
for outstanding teams ID the future Members
of thxs squad nncluded Dayenport, Lotterman
Hunt I-Iommmga Holvuerda and Card
J Dyk tla R Alarm E Peavey V Srple Mu H S1mpsontCoach5
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Mr W Boer ml fiomch
The tennls team has been rather successful
thus spring Veterans returning thrs year were
Rhoades Clrfton Duyser and De Armond
Rhoades acam rs No 1 man on the squad
Clrfton fills rn at No 7 posrtron wsbrle Duyser
and De Armond form the doubles team The
team IS partlcularly elated due to the fact that
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Traxler, D. Holbrook, L. Ile Ms-este-r.
The baseball team for 19-12 was .1 very aggressive group of boys, who, by hard and
tedious practice, built themselves into a formidable combination. Although they lacked
size, they made up for it in spirit. Up to date the team has scored conference victories
over East, Rockford, and Lowell. Reverses against Lee and Grandville have been suf-
fered, but the Wfolverines are still in the thick of the light. The race for first place is
not yet settled, but when the season is over, Godwin should be right up there.
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Forty fellows responded to Coach Carl Bahre's c.1ll for track candidates. Veterans
returning from last ye.1r w'ere: Sheler, star miler .ind hurdlerg Kacos, star milerg Wiitkins,
high and low hurdlerg Van Portlleet, pole vaultg lfisher, 8801 and Wilson, -140.
Wfalhridge, Kinsley, Morse, and Heaton are new hoys who came through in fine style
.ind have already earned enough points to win their letters.
The Vifolves have earned victories over Xlifyoming Park, Lee, Lowell, Rockford, Zeel
land, and Cedar Springs. They lost only to Grandville, and Vfyoming Park hy very
narrow margins. A Wfolverine victory in a five-way track meet at Godwin climaxed a
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Associate Editor Vivian ensen
Sports Edrto Dick Berkey
Adusor Miss W Klenlc
Now that you have had a chance to new the Sixth Annual Production of the Wolver
me we hope that it has gnen you as many minutes of enjoyment as there were days
spent in its preparation A production of this type encounters many difficulties and that
which goes on behind the scenes is often of greater importance than would appear to
ou our audience Howexer at this time we wish to acknowledge the cooperation
of the faculty and the students also to the patrons W'1thout them it would haxe been
The following Seniors haxe assist d sexeral of whom spent endless hours working
to meet the grand opening of the 1942 Wolxerlne
Margaret Alexis Roseann Dykstra Dora Leggett Norma Runneboom
Edith Bloore ane Edmonds Margaret Marlatt Mildred Stexens
Clairene Cozzens Louise Fay Viola Moget Wallace Stouten
Geraldine De Witt Frances jurrians Barbara Oldfi ld Martha Tovx nsend
Lorraine Dmgman john Kommer Lucille Paxson H1 ry Wilson
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Amerncan Artlzan Co
Bravata Food Market
Budde Dry Cleaners
Bunkema s Hardware
Cole Laundry 85 Cleaners
Dean Hacks Co
Dew Drop Inn
The Fnve Star
Godwm Book Store
Godwm Coffee Shop
Godwm Varnety Store
Godwm Henghts Beaut 85 Barber Sho
Goebel SC Brown
Hayden Supply Co
Jensen s Photo Shop
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Joppe s Dairy
Kamp Onl Co
Madnson Avenue Floral Co
Marlatt s Plumbmg Co
McCoy s Drury
Mnlls Paper Co
Molesta s Floral Co
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Old Kent Bank
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Peter Pan Bakerxes
South Kent Counts News
Spears Lumber Co
Townsend s Frxendly Servnc Statlon
The Tradmg Post
Vanderveen s Dry Goods
Van Keppel and Green
Versluns Studlo Photographexs
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