Hastings High School - Saxon Yearbook (Hastings, MI)

 - Class of 1939

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Faculty-Student Council Firsl rom: Miss llowv. V. lliw. B. Drake. P. Hathaway. M. Erway, C. Bush. M. ligglvston G lim-vi-rwxk. C. Dnwivs. ll. Slrimlravk. J. Hunt. Miss lA-it,vr. S!'COVll1l'UlllI .l. Wagrwr. ll. lsvn- hath. S. Jolmson. S. Woodmanscv. Mr. Jones. advisor, E.l5unn1-Lt. ll. Clark. W. Dr-Cou. l.. Bolton ll. livck. F. Wright., li. Bross. D. Finglcton. Tlzirrl row: Mr. NVh0alm-r. A. Vaughn. li. Sagxo D. Newton, ll. Cash-ls-in, G. PL-lham, H. Falconer, D. lice-lor, J. Will, ll. Shultz, Mr. Garnrr 0 presidents Firsl row: F. YYrig.:hl. Sopllonlorvs: .l. Erway, Aclvmlvvml l.vatlwrc'ral'I: M. Norton, lbggirlrlillg lmalllm-rc'rz1l'l,' l'l. limlwarcls, liooin lllfl: ll. Brvanl.. Drzunalics: D. llacllorrl. RUUIII 300: N. Milli-r Folk Danvv: M. liggxlm-sion. Girl llc-ss-rxvsg C. Bush, A4-rozialltlvalg .l. Christiansvn. Sovial Avlivi- tie-sg G. Ba-vvrwyk, Girl llosvrws, Girls League: H. Slrirnlrack, F. S. C., lh-ailing: M. li. lloyvs lloom 307: V. llicc, lioorn 207: li. Drakv. lloom 207: M. Kvllogg. Svrilrlrlvrs. Sf'f'0IlI, rum: .l. llunt lloostvr: ll. Shultz. .luniors: .l. NVill. Boys llonm EC, Boys Union: D. Nvwlon. F. S. C., Sc-niors Il. Coopm-r. rlllllllllllllgl D. Km-vlor, Juniors: D. Swift.. HUOIII 3ll: ll. Ingram. llshvrl ll. Clark Social A1-livitim-s: ll. Park:-r. Consvrvation: VV. DeCou, Sopllornorcsg K. Sago. HUOIII 202: A Vaughn. HOUIII 202: M. 'l'ook0r. Arlvancml l4K'2ll,lll'I'CT'2'll'l-. Thfrrl row: Mr. Knopf, 'l'4-as-lwrs D. Cook. Uul.-of-Door: ll. Long. Stamp: .l. Wagner. Frm-shmvn: li. NYhil.morc'. Iioom 206: ll Moorv, Varsity. Sports: Z. Nash, Svivncvg ll. lmstcr. Music: ll. Caslvlvin, Svniors: D. Day F. F. A.: .l. Diblrlo, Hi-Y, Boys llolno Eu: D. Snyder, Scicrwv: ll. Falvonvr, Frvshnif-n: F. Clousc F. F. A.: WV. llill, HUOIII 3l l.

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Theodore Knopf, Agriculture, Biologry ulfenzenzber. um chewers lreai llze class lo !l peanuisf' Lena Leiter, Commercial. "Take pencil and paper." Bernice LeMaster, Health Education. "Those bus windows should be haU way down." Arthur Lower, Vocal music, Civics. nj I ul lhe lone up here." ,lean Lower, Vocal Music, "AH sei?" Enlily lllcElwain, English, Frcnch. "Bon jour, mes elez'esl" llcrbert Reinhardt, " Now a'on'I quole me as saying lhis-" Vivian Reynolds, Commercial. "A re Ilzere any queslionsfv' Ruth Robson, English. " lloncslly, il wasjasl Ioofzmnyfor words!" Katherine Schreiber, English, Latin. " Now lel's have il qaiel, please." Ruth Sherwood, Physical Education. HCHIIIIIII. gals. Class allen-shun!" Stanley Wheater, Spccch. Dramatics. "find, remember, speak your lines dis- IinrlIy!" Faculty



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Student Government g In the past year, as in years before, student government has been an outstanding project and a step toward progress in Hastings high school. g Representatives from the student body attend the Faculty-Student council, the legislative organization of the school. The Girls League board and Boys Union council assist in school betterment. ' ' Q Presidents of classes, clubs, and organizations in the school also help promote student leader- ship. But back of these officers are all those students who take .part on committees and are at all times ready, with true Saxon spirit, to help make Hastings high school better. 0 Faculty-Student Council 9 To show you how these presidents, oflicers, and representatives take part in promoting progressive student government we take you to a mock meeting of the Faculty-Student council which summarizes the years activities. g The president calls the meeting to order and the secretary takes the roll, reading the names of' senior officers, junior officers, sophomore president, freshman ipresident, home' room relpre- sentatives, Girls League representative, Boys Union representative, assistant principal, ean of girls, and class advisers. g The president: "The secretary will please read the minutes of' the previous year's meetings." 0 The secretary reads: "The meetings of the past year were called to order by the presidents, Donald Newton and Helen Strimback. The vice presidents, Gretchen Beverwyk and Jack Wagner, took charge of the meetings in the absence of the presidents. The secretary's reports were given by Clara Bush and Gretchen Beverwyk. The treasurer's reports were made by Maxine Erway and Pearl Hathaway. The athletic treasurer's reports were given by Donald Fingleton. 9 "Many student problems which have risen during the year were discussed by the council and decided on. Committees were called on to investigate and report their findings. The second semester this year was spent in an effort to develop student responsibility for a clean and quiet school. Modernizing of elections, the Water Carnival, candy concessions, all have been matters of concern to the student and faculty representativespn the council. 9 The Spotlight, educational assemblies. and the authorization of the fall and spring school parties and dime dances were other activities sponsored by the Faculty-Student council." g From this report one may believe that our F aculty-Student council and the student body are progressing t rough student participation in school government toward better citizenship and democracy. . Girls League and Boys Union g Since it has been so easy to show you the workings of the Faculty-Student council at a mock meeting we take you to mock meetings of the Boys Union and Girls League where the year's reports are given. g Girls League President: "The Girls League board in the past year has done some remodeling of' the teacher's rest room, have planned the program for the girls assemblies, and have promoted friendlier relationships among the girls in the high school. As it is a self-supporting organiza- tion, it meets all expenses by funds raised through the occasional cake sales which are held. Q "The officers for the past year were president, Gretchen Beverwyk: vice president, Margaret Brownell: secretary, Lois Anderson: treasurer, Beverly Jones, and general adviser. Miss Rowe. Q "The league has had its usual four divisions. Every girl on entering high school automatically becomes a member of' one of these. The athletic unit has Josephine Sunday as chairman and Miss Sherwood, adviserg vocational unit, Jacquelyn Bachman, chairman, Miss Schreiber, adviser: social service unit, Mary Qeakins, chairman, Miss McElwain, adviserg entertainment unit, Maxine Erway, chairman, Miss Ruth Campbell, adviser." 5 President of Boys Union Council: "In the past year the Boys Union has planned and given assemblies for the boys. They have welcomed the new boys and freshmen on their entrance to Hastings high school. g "The council is the governing body of this organization. It consists of a representative from each of the four classes, the Hi-Y, athletics, Varsity club, and representatives from other boys clubs. g "The officers of the past year were, president, John Willg vice president, Robert Casteleing secretary, Lewis Castle: sergeant-at-arms, Robert Henryg and adviser, Mr. Jones." 9

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