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Page 33 text:
The long, warm days of summer vacation were a great change from the first nine months at
Hastings High and prepared the freshmen of the previous year to enter school again in the fall
as a more prominent group, the sophomores. In the fall of 442 approximately one hundred and
fifty sophomores chose Thomas Dolan to direct and guide their classg Milo Coldren to take
Thomasls place when he was absent, Dorothea VanHorn to keep a record of their activitiesg
and Charleen Cappon to pay their bills.
A useful amount of sports talent was displayed by the boys of the sophomore class this year.
The outstanding players in football were Philip Frandsen, a letter winner, Richard Foster, and
Lawrence Fuller. Outstanding basketball players offensively were Lawrence Fuller and Paul
Myers. Philip Frandsen was recommended as an outstanding player defensively. A great deal
of talent and interest was shown in girls' sports by Madelyn Sigler and Merilyn Zuttermeister.
The record of the first semester was topped by Merilyn Zuttermeister, an all-A student.
The second semester election named Patricia Fewless, presidentg Franklin Bush, vice-presidentg
Lois Campbell, secretary, and Dorothea V anHorn, treasurer.
In the War Bond and Stamp contest, the sophomores were the first to buy a jeep. Their
sales totaled approximately nine hundred and forty-five dollars on the first day of the contest.
The sophomores are also proud to mention that the two declamation winners of the school
were chosen from their class, Aben Johnson receiving first place, and Loraine Schantz, second.
Advisers of the sophomore class were Mr. Gies and Miss Kaminske.
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First row: Hazel Stauffer, Donna Oler, Marjorie Ritzman, Lois Campbell, Pearl Sanborn, Eva Hook, June Colvin,
Iris Link, Mildred Williams, Maxine Cooper, Isabelle Durbin, Ida Mae Springer, Marjorie Gross, Miss Ottilia
Kaminske, adviser. Second row: Laura Jean Salton, Nyla Ball, Joyce Freese, Marjorie Tebo, Hilda Edmonds,
Roberta Morgan, Virginia Myers, Elizabeth Cortright, Patricia Fewless, Janet Boekeloo, Evelyn Woolston, Beverly
Shultz, Jean Burkholder, Helen Dimond, Elaine Neuenschwander. Third row: Irene Seeber, Betty Williams,
Patricia Shurlow, Nancy Ransom, Mabel Moore, Hazel Martz, Marguerite Harry, Helen Rowley, Charleen Cappon,
Mary McLeod, Beverly Burr, JoAnne Finnie, Jean Allerding, Barbara Pierce, Louise Vandlen. Fourth row: Marjorie
Kingsbury, Dorothy Roberts, Eleanor Jarman, Merilyn Zuttermeister, Madelyn Sigler, Mildred Smith, Agnes
Thompson, Doris Beystrum, Loraine Schantz, Doris Lockwood, Donna Bachelder, Elaine Cotant, Donna Kidder,
Alice Wolff, Louise Christiansen. Fifth row: Alice Hallock, Betty Barger, Genevee Keller, Joan Trainor, Portia
McLaury, Marian Cooley, Florence French, Marjorie Cole, Genevieve Pease, Zana Douglas, Gloria Yarger, Thelma
Martin, Betty Coleman, Doris Snyder, June Haynes, Irene Kidder. Absent from picture: Beverly Cook, Janet
Reynolds, Dorothy Robinson, llene Rogers, Yvonne Segur, Mary Louise Spillane, Katherine TenEyck, Barbara
Tietz, Patty Tyler, Dorothea VanHorn, Gloria VanNocker, Ardeth Williams.
First row: Herbert Eaton, Richard Carlin, Jack Rizor, Calvin Campbell, Milo Coldren, Harold Hall, Jerry Wensloff,
William Sprague, Weldon Cole, William Bechtel, Harry Belson, Arlo VanHouten, Harold Pranshka, Mr. Tac Gies
adviser. Second row: Robert Richardson, Ross Cadwallader, Edward Stormes, William Barber, Loyal Kinney,
Harold Munjoy, Robert Babcock, John Dryer, Dale Golden, Keith Freeman, Dale Tobias, Lawrence Keeler. Third
row: Karl Schantz, Merle Hendershot, Stuart Benedict, Ernest Granfors, Howard Allen, Richard Wilkins, William
Christie, Herman Maurer, Richard Fox, William Stebbins, Bowne Taggart, Jason Thompson. Fourth row: Paul
Friddle, Orville Tompkins, Richard Beadle, Franklin Bush, Paul Myers, Paul Benham, Richard Foster, Philip
Frandsen, Richard Culp, Richard Denny, Carl Hathaway, Aben Johnson. Fifth row: Malcolm Tuckerman, Lewis
Earl, James Adcock, Roy Steenbock, Miles Kelly, Robert Hendershot, Thomas Birdsall, Lyle Ritchie, Thomas Dolan,
Shirley Henry, George Anderson, James Moses, Harold Andrus. Absent from picture: Donald Bassett, Charles
Casey, Lawrence Fuller, Dick Grable, Fred Lawrence, John Meisenbach, Clifford Moody, Neil Wellman, DeVon
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The fall of ,42 was a great thriller to many freshmen, as they were turning a new leaf-being
welcomed into high school, meeting many new faces, and entering into new activities. Shortly
thereafter, one hundred and forty ballots were cast, selecting Frederick McDonald, president,
John Richardson, vice-president, Esther Ragla, secretary, Sally Goodyear, treasurer.
The freshmen showed great interest in sports this year. Ralph Gies, Bernard Manker, and
James Coleman proved their ability in basketball, and Ralph Gies was outstanding in football.
Among the girls, Mary Lockwood, Sally Goodyear, and Georgia Will deserve honorable mention
as good sportswomen.
The all-A students for the first semester were: Esther Ragla, Mary Lockwood, Beverly Brad-
ford, and Anne Goodyear.
At the beginning of the second semester, elections were held for new officers, the president,
vice-president and treasurer retained their offices. Joann Duck er was the newly-elected secretary.
Advisers of the freshman class were Miss Leiter and Mr. Hine.
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