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Page 8 text:
Keeping us well-fed are Custodians: Messrs. Rich-
Mrs. Greenwood, Mrs. ards, Shaver, Ackerman,
Buscher, and Mrs. Gackler, Mrs. Fyfe, Mr. Boshoven,
the cooks. and Mr. Amante.
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During the drive for books for soldiers,
the librarians made a box and a barrel for
the books. Miss Mast shows Miss Stella
it Campbell, of the Diamond Branch, the
For the April Open House, Miss jack-
son's foods classes made diet exhibits.
Phyllis Snyder is showing Miss jackson
the one she and two other girls made for
a war-time diet.
English VIII is of value to those going
to college, as it offers practice in writing
term papers and themes. Bob Duiven
listens intently to the advice of Miss
The elementary Braille children have had a lot of fun This is a scene from the play which the high school
this year with their band, which they organized under Braille students presented at Christmas, with the help
the guidance of Miss Hull. Mothers made the uniforms of Miss Rorabeck, their instructor. The program also
and the children made or bought their own instruments. included some musical numbers played by the older
Page 7 text:
Cornie's class is waiting to
Peggy Kent discusses
start the high jumping test
plans for the girls' meet
Mr. Giddings. debate coach, is helping
Margaret Wilson and Stanley Fuehrer
prepare material and notes for the debate
which they are preparing for the P.-T.A.
Bruce Boer shows Miss Smith the theme
which he wrote when they were studying
composition in English II. She is giving
him helpful suggestions.
Miss Caldwell and Anita Swanson are
looking at a map of France at the time
of the French Revolution. Besides the
map they examined miniature guillotines.
with Miss Ellinger.
This is the basketball band, which is composed of a Looking over the music that the Senior Girls Glee Club
bass, George VanderMolen3 a trumpet, Carl Poelstrag plan to sing, are the club officers, from left to right.
one cornet, Carl McDanoldg 1st baritone, Roger Hilar- Alberta Bayle, vice-president: Helen Morgareidge. sec-
idesg 2nd baritone, Jack Milligan: and a trombone, retary: Adrianna DeFouw, presidentg and Elizabeth
Bill Miedema. Iden, treasurer.
Page 9 text:
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Aalsburg
Mr. john Aalsburg
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Adrion
Mr. and Mrs. G. Alessandrini
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Allen
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Baxter
Mr. E. Behler
Bernie's Pastry Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Biehl
Mrs. Marie I. Bigler
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bishop
Mr. Sidney Boelema
J. Breas Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Brecken
Mr. Ralph Brill
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Brown
Mr. Harry Brown
Mrs. L. W. Brunson
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Clay
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Coleman
Mrs. Dube Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Coryell
Miss Ida A. Crego
. and Mrs. M. E. Davenport
and Mrs. C. W. Den Herder
. and Mrs. Louis Derteen
. .d Mrs. Abner Dilley
. and Mrs. Ben East
Eberhard's Food Market
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Eberhard
. and Mrs. Theodore H. Elferdink
and Mrs. R. J. Elias
. Lon Evans
. and Mrs. A. Gezon
Mr. Henry Hansen
Miss Marilyn Haven
Hammer and Cortenhof
Henry's Service Station
and Mrs. W. Heldstab
and Mrs. Frederick E. Hill
. and Mrs. William Hoffman
. and Mrs. john jelsma
and Mrs. C. S. johnson
. Charles Kendall
Mrs. Lena Kregel
Mr. Fred Lawton
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