Union High School - Aurora Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1936

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Mr. Charles A. Everest, Unions well- liked principal, is very liberal in his ideas with students, and is kind and considerate toward his teachers. lf there is a question any student would like to have cleared up, all he has to do is to see Principal Everest. He will first listen, then answer the question in such a way that the caller never hesitates to consult him again. He stands for right and justice. He is a man who is always on the job and always on time, usually a little early. His main characteristic is that whatever he does he goes into whole-heartedly and stays with it until it is satisfactorily finished. Outside of school he has acted as presi- dent of the Teachers' Club, for which he has done excellent work, member of the governing board of the Humane Societyg and ex-officio member of the Michigan Education Association. Gardening and golf are his favorite hobbies. He grows beauti- ful flowers which you see often on the office desk. 'M li'f iilf its pf, Charles A. Everest Principal Administration Miss Blanche Mann Assistant Principal - k -V - -.Q in ...N, ..-. , Miss Blanche Mann will always be re- membered by the graduates of Union High School for the helpful advice she gives them. This year particularly she has spent much of her valuable time placing boys and girls at work for the N. Y. A. ln addition, she has acted as adviser for the Student Council, which meets on Mon- day the eighth hour, the Service Squad, which promotes self government, and the Counsellors, a group that straightens out the questions of new students. All these groups are formed to build character and to teach self discipline. Miss Mann is a firm believer in truth and can stand for most anything but a lie. She is always willing to help students and tries to keep them from losing interest in school life. ln her leisure time she farms and sews. She likes gardening but only when it's con- nected with farming. -ign- xx? 15. 'Qs May F. Conlon - Head oi History Depart- ment. University of Michigan, A.B. Elizabeth B. Crotser - Shorthand. Western State Normal Elizabeth Delonge - English, Hope College, A.B. Elizabeth Dockeray - Clothing, P e r s o n al Regimen. Columbia University, B.S. Lucille Dunn - History, Civics. University of Michigan, A.B., M,A. Floyd L. Early - Mathematics, Session Room. Western State Teachers' Collerre. A.B, W. Maynard Ellingson - Mathematics, Bas- ketball Coach. Western State Teachers' College. A.B. Dorothy I. Farr - Conservation of Sight. Michigan State Normal, B.S. Ina A. Findlay - Mathematics. Western State Teachers' College, iLife Certilicatei. Evelyn Foster - History, Session Room. University ot' Michigan. A.B. Theodore Fryiogle - Band, Orchestra. Northern State Teachers' College. Charlotte Gierst - Art. Columbia University. A.M. George Guy - Printing, Bookbinding. Stout Institute. B.S. Myrtle Heseltine - Iournalism, English, Pub- lications Adviser. University of Michigan, A.B. Iohn Hess - Biology, Football Coach. Lombard College. B.S. L. G. Holbrook - Ph sics Biolo A . Y 1 gy- University of Michigan, M.A. .vw -5 1 il Stanley Albers - Speech, Economics. Hone Collerze. A.B. Mabel E. Allen - English, Session Room. University of Michizan, A.B. Nelle Atwood - Mathematics. University ot' Michigan. A.B. Arthur I. Avery - Chairman of Commercial Department, Western State Teachers' College. Edith F. Barker - Art, Columbia University, A.B.. MHA. Forrest E. Barr W Typing, Session Room. Albion Colleire, A.B. Clayton W. Bazuin - Biology, Zoology. Hope College, A.B. Madeline E. Becker - History. Northwestern University, A.B., M.A. Florence Best - Music. Northwestern University, Bach. Mus. Ed. Addie E. Bettes - Head oi English Depart- ment. Chicago University, Ph.B. Dorothy S. Blake - Latin, English. Oberlin College, A.B. Ruth Carpenter - Spanish. University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. ,A xi- 'K .Q .s ,. Nc. 'tic . , s .ss , H. H. Hornbeck - Chairman of Science De artment p . Michigan State College, B.S. Merle Howe - Electric, Aviation. Central State Teachers' College. iLife Cynthia Iones - Social Science. University of Chicago, Ph.B. Certiticatei Harmon S. Iones - Physical Education. University of Michigan, M.S. Keith Kennedy - Chairman ol Science De partment. University of Michigan. BS. Anna E. Kunert CMrs. Richard Youngl -Eng- lish, Speech. CLettl University of Michigan, A.B., A.M. Lavina A. Laible - English, History. University of Michigan, B,A. Forrest E. Lair - Mathematics Western State Teachers' College. A.B. Margaret E. MacDonald - Physical Educa- tion. Columbia University. M.A. Harold MacLean - Metal Arts. University of Michigan, B.S. Mary Mac Lennan - Mathematics Columbia Univeisity, M.A. Paul F. Marckwardt - Industrial Arts. Detroit Teachers' College. 'Y' " "'5?-' 1'7" -TTD3'-fixiiifiz' 'if t .e...N.5 .. . . QT, .'.. it s as was '- -r t X, f sais , gfsrfgs .:az1:a..'t .., . 1' - gi -:2f..,22g-1.-fi ,Z ..A., .... . . 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New York University, B.S. Marie C. Neuman - Foods. University of Chicago, Ph.B. Dwight Packard - English. W'estern Reserve University. B.S.. M.A. Ioanne Page lMrs. Lynn Beadlel - History lLeltD. University of Michigan, A.M. Florence Parsell - Art. Columbia University, B.S. William I. Pearn - Machine Shop. Western State Teachers' College, iLife Certificatel. CMrs.J Alice Peckham - Librarian. University of Michigan. Elizabeth A. Perrin - Physiology, Biology. University of Chicago, B.E'., B.Ph., M.A. E 5 19" nf ,hw .v . A. Q .faq . ,vw Q ,,,,, ns 8- - .tri-'R' ,I H n , v' K 5 W9 "" i ,. Jia: Q si, 4 , 1' i, f ,, i w .4 , 5- 'J ...vi 3 ' 1-il ' "" , In fi gon--- ' . ' ff ' , V S' If K ' .f. r l E , Reuben S. Smith - Commercial Law, Gov- ernment, Bible Narrative. University of Michigan. B,D. Oren D. Stiehl - Science, Session Room, River Falls Normal, Ph.B. Lillian Thomas - English, Session Room. Michigan State Normal. Grace Thomasma - English, Senior Adviser, Session Room. Columbia University, A.B., A.M. Maude A. Traut - Clothing. Western State Teachers' College, B.S. Edith Vandenberg - Mathematics. University of Chicago, Ph.B. Esther Vander Broek - Physical Education Michigan State Normal College, B.S. Fred Voss -- Mathematics, Senior Adviser, Session Room. Hope College, A.B. Ernest F. Vreeland - Auto Repairing. University of Michigan. A Charles S. Weber - English. New York University, B.A., M,A. Cleo Wood - English tlsettl. University of Michigan, A.B. Emma Zur Meuhlen -- German, History. University of Michigan, A.B., A.M. Olga Perschbacker - English. University ot' Michigan, B,A. Ruby G. Potter - Retail Selling, Central Slate Teachers' Collerze. B.S. Valora Quinlan - English. University uf Michigan, A.B. Fred W. Redemsky - Industrial Arts. University of Wisconsin. B.S. Dee A. Reynders - Mechanical Drawing. University of Michigan, B.C.E. Clarissa Richardson - Shorthand, Typing Western State Teachers' College, A.B. Laura A. Rowson - Clothing. Columbia University, B.S. Ethel Scholes - French, English, History. University of Paris. Ph.B. Harriet Schroder - Conservation of Sight. Northern State Normal. B.S. Lura V. Sipe - Home Economics. Albion College, A.B. tMrs.J Elizabeth S. Slaght - Hom e Eco nomics, Pratt Institute. Clara B. Smallidge - English, Session Room University of Michigan, A.B.. A.M. 1, ., -2 f -W it, xv 5 ar. , , Li, L- 6 i ' Q Q. T' .J Class of 1936 Motto: Our olim to succeedg our hope to win, Scholars in the Making 1, f1 -vw-In--1 ,v ix Concentration Plus! Seniors 1936 Senior Officers lohn Scholl, president, lrmaruth Krapp, sec- retary, Mr, Fred Voss, adviser, Miss Grace Thomasma, adviser, Elizabeth Allen, vice- presidentg loan Rode-nhouse, girl treasurer, Allan Stellingworth, boy treasurer, The business undertakings of the senior class are many and difficult. The yearly success of these projects is due largely to the perseverance, co- operation, and sound advice of the senior advisers, Miss Grace Thomasma and Mr. Fred Voss. Perhaps the most difficult of these tasks, that of composing a class song, is undertaken by the class song committee, a group of students talented in music. The ideas for the traditional class memorial to the alma mater are sug- gested by the memorial committee. The senior class makes a selection by popular vote, but the remaining duty of erecting and installing the memorial is left to the committee. The financing of this memorial is done by means of a senior play, or even two plays, chosen by the play committee. Through the cooperation of committees and the senior class, the class photographer, cards and announcements, and motto are chosen. The pre- liminary work is done by able groups of students and the final choices are determined by the vote of the class. Fellowship is encouraged in many extra-curricular activities and occa- sional senior get-togethers. The chaperons are invited to these get-togethers by the invitations committee, while checking, publicity, entertainment, decora- tions and orchestra are all taken care of by their respective committee members, The publication of the AURORA, school yearbook, is undertaken by a special staff chosen from the students with the highest scholarship records. lux, Solving Senior Problems Scholl, president, Bieschke, Wessman, Nagy Forsrnan, Berkowitz, Gray, Pavel, Beasecker, Oumedian, Dean, DeBruyn, Hubbell, Sage Wenger, l-loving, Klein, Ortowski. Alflen, Reynold - Studious, sociable, con- siderate. R.O.T.C.: Tennis Team. Alksnis, Sally Ann - Pretty, modern, pleas- ant. Allen, Elizabeth - Agree-able, reliable, un- ruffled, Vice-president, Senior Class 141: National Honor Society 141: Treasurer, Freshman Class lll, Ampulski, Stanley - Business-like, artistic, good natured. Athletic Council 141: Aurora Art Staff 141: Man- ager School Store 1-11. Anderson, Enne - Sociable, neat, placid. Andree, Hazel - Athletic, erect, cooperative. Editor-in-chief of Reflector 1-11: Aurora stat? 141: All-City Honor 141: National Honor Society. Apkaricm, Elizabeth - Hard-working, vigor- ous, dark. G.U.C. Club 12-3--11: Home Economics Club 12-3-41. Arbogast, Wendell - Generous, adventure- some, sheikish. Reflector Business Staff 141. Bcxbaryka, Leocadia - Graceful, u n i q u e, moody. Audubon Club 12-3-41: Home Economics Club 141. Bacehowski, Chester - Mischievous, robust, daring. Baer. Corinne - Poetic, religious, musical. Mixed Chorus 141: Aurora Start' 141. Baird, Irene - Reserved, romantic, radiant. Girl Reserves 11-21: Home Economics Club 13-41. 'flltf . . 1 . , ,tr-. . at x W I I I E if ur i , K Q -me tiit kfiir- 0 W .4 ' x Nur sz. ,. 3 ' fx 'A' tif 'Q' L' r 1 ..,. gf , ,. ,,,., , , -1- iz- 1 - '2.'.':.: 1 u Baker, Angeline - Cptimistic, c a r e t r e e, idealistic, 'l'rvasurer, Cliuniistry Club 141: Sr. Play Cum. 141, Baker, Arthur - Smiling, analytical, friendly. Stutlent Council 141: President. Stamp Club I-ll. Balys, Emest e Engaging, sincere, courteous. Latin Club 121: Spanish Club 1413 Reflector Staff, Barkley, Roy - Short, clark, particular. Buys' Glee Club 13-41: R.0.T,C,. Captain 1-tt: Bar and Clit-vrons Club 13-41. Barstis, Helen - Reliable, jolly, diligent. Liillll C-Ula 13-3--lll Service Siluaml 135-41. Beaseclcer, Donald - Courteous, thoughtful, sincere. l'resi1le-nt. Latin Club 141: President, Hi-Y 441: National Honor S11L-iely 1.11, Bednczrek, Ierry - launty, whimsical, con- siderate. R.0.'l',C. 12-31: Har and Clit-vi-ons Club 131: Ser- vice Squad K3--ll. Beimers, Iohn - Challenging, aggressive, observant. lntiamural Sports I-ll. Bergman, Arthur - Blondish, catchy, natural. Junior Sportsman Club 13-41: liaselall t-lt. Bergsma, Rose e lndustrious, c h a r ni in g, attable. Aurora Staff 141: Vice-president. National Honor Society 1413 G.U.C. 141. Bergstrom, Iune e Small, studious, genial. Service Squad 1311: Redeclor Start 141. Bekkering, Harriet - Natural, settled, timely. G.U.C. 13-41: Girl Reserves 12-3-41. Berkowitz, Ioseph E. - Sell-possessed, talka- tive, ambitious. President. Athletic Council t-11: President. Junior Class 131: Senior Play 141. Berman, Leona - Olive-skinned, chubby, pleasant. Girl Reserves 111-3-41: U.H.S. Club 122-3--tl. Berquist, Irwin - Sincere, critical, contem- plative. Student Manager: Intramural Sports 141. Best, Kathryn - D e m u r e , Well-mannered, helpful. Student Council 12-31: Red Cross Club 13--lj: Aurora Staff 147. -,ix 35 ,xl I A ,. 3 3 5 In C 3' SX , V' ,,, 1 ' .f f-1 . Sw D 1119! f , 1 v 1 K if - A .. , . X Qi- . ,gen .H ' 'fl , 2 f ' JB Ai ' 11 S yl I I I . I af J - ... ,- ' +1 .. . ,, ' .Q . ,AV, ,J 1 .i,,'.,.,, . A -lr ' ..-1x .. 4 r h, -L -':--t- . -,s ' '11 ' ti ' A 1 ' - . " Us V ., . ,q . 1 ' 611' 1 x S. y " , - " , K ' 'f m 11-f" '. ' ' ., ss-31, , 1 L.. . , I ,. " Burgstahler, Elsie - Vivacious, genial, infer- esting. President, Girl Reserves 131: Girl Reserves 12-3-41. Burke, Edwin i Reliable, generous, differ- ent. Secretary, French Club 121-41: Hi-Y Club 1-ll: Boys' Glce Club 11-2-3--l1. Burnett, Ieanne - Witty, jolly, courteous. Girl Reserves 11-2--11: Basketball Team 141. Bumitcr, Frances - Lilcable, gay, constant. Buzynski. Ann - Ambitious, resolute, mod- est. French Club 141: Auzlubon Club lii--lt. Camp, Frank - Hilarious, flippant, curious. Carey, Margaret e Fascinating, d e m u r e , sophisticated, Carsok, Beatrice - Animated, chic, chatty. Girls' Glee Club 111: Press Club. Castor, Bill - Happy-go-lucky, c o mic a l, quick. Football Mgr. 141: Basketball Mfzr. 141: Track. Centilla, Violet - Dark-haired, vivacious, variable. Girls' Athletic Meet 1111: Spanish Club 121. Chernoby, Sam - Bashful, reserved, am- bitious. Student Council 1-t1: Bar and Chevrons Club 141. Cheslock. Edward - Friendly, bright, mili- taristic. Bar and Chevrons Club I2-3-41: R,O.T.C. 12-3-41. Union Model Club 12-31. Chilson, Aldwin - Tall, sincere, level- headed. Intramural Sports 13-41. Choals, Eunice - Exquisite, graceful, charm- ing. Latin Club 1-t1: Girl Reserves t-ll, Ciucci, Ann - Plump, talkative, jolly. Service Squad 122-3--11: Vice-president, Spanish Club 141: Secretary. Home Economics Club 111. Clay, Steven - Shy, studious, conservative. 1 J? t F ' N, ,S K '-mm... .5 . , - ' 254 Bialk. Lucille - Cheerful, sunny, conven- tional. President, Audubon Club 141: Home Economics Club 141: Latin Club 141. Bieschke, Carrie - Coy, likable, cooperative. Senior Orchestra 12-3--11: Theatre Orchestra 131 Blandford, Robert - Blond, playful, satirical. Basketball 13--11: 'Track 12-31: Reflector Stott' 1-11 Aurora Star? 1-I1: Hi-Y 13-All, Boone, lohn - Reserved, dictative, tall. Boonstra, George - Shy, athletic, compan- ionable. Jr. Sportsman Club 111: Varsity Club 1-ll: Y Coemoiiolitan Club 13--l1: Track If-3--ll. Boss. Iames M Tall, dark, handsome. Hi-Y Club 13--ll: Corporal, R,O.T.C. 131: Bar and Chi-x-rims Club 131: Service Squad 131. Botwinski, Ioseph - Pugilistic, c h e e rf u l, mathematical. Football 13-41: Spanish Club 12-231: Boxing: 111: Track 141: Hi-Y Club 141, Brooks, Grace - Homish, peppy, modern. Hume Economics Club 141: U.H.S. Club 121. Bruggink, Corneilius - Brislc, rugged, nice Senior Band 13-41: German Club 1-11. Brzozowski, Barbara - H e l p t u l , tolerant, charming. Audubon Club 11-2-Ill: Latin Club t-tl. Budzan, Olga - lovial, courteous, capable. Latin Club 13--11: Audubon Club 135-41: Girl Re serves 12-3--l1. Bulkowski, Estelle-Sweet, attractive, blonde President, Audubon Club 141: Press Club 141 Latin Club 13-41: Home Economics Club. 1 R X 1 in .N , Q, Q'-'ia-.i - , 6 LN- ' ,ia TIL 3 ' f"'2-ist aol ,isfizir f w We f'5:5i?, skim "- e!fT?Si-.f. - H 1 'e xx. 4 Y 1- A 1 .is-':If"a': 4 'Av " 4 1 X a 1 f 5 L1 mi a, ,emi X 1..Q,iQ2W l Comrie, Phyllis - A rtis tic, ultra-modern, rhythmic. Senior Play 141: Service Squad 11-2-31: U.H.S. Club 111: Press Club 131. Corner, Richard - Meditative, determined, forthright. Editor-in-chief of Reflector I-l1: Aurora Stuff 1-11: Press Club 13-41: Spanish Club ll-21. maiz- ilr . 1 A 1 2 H ff. if 1 R 'K Q . . G 1 ' fx -4 lf x f '26 1 s. . A uk Crowley. Esther - Cultured, quiet, pleasing. ' - Cuson, Eugene - S e r i o u s , resolute, mis- Zi 'Q I C ., chievous. 'blirf ff ' Intramural Sports 12-3-41: Aviation Club, M ,,,, U Ah A .,4-f- Czachorski, Bernardine-Blonde, easy-going, " C ,L ' 1- ' ii .. Y Well-dressed. fb.. ' '55 ' ," wt?" , Home Economics Club 1413 U.H.S. Club. f H 1 ' 1, ' "rig-.5 'f Czajkowski, Florence - P e t i t e , scholarly, ' .. f H--ax he ' 1- ,. I 5 quiet, - as an :iii ' ' -E Treasurer, Audubon Club 141. iv, ' In 1 Dalebout, Clara - Modest, musical, out- ' "" -, I 'iii . 1'2" standing. uuuu I ' ' . " . s President, Girl Reserves 141: Treasurer, Girl Re- , ESX ,. , fri serves 121: Aurora Staff 141. , 5-'I , " 'ik , -. x 1 . H . x Q" ' 1"'s r'.-gr . . . "'f ' - Egg, N. -4 f grig Dane, Nellie - Decisive, blonde, hearty. -' ,f' ff' l. X ' .E - , rf Home Economics Club 12-Ll--11: U.H.S. Club. -fi' 'X f J ii I I -' ' X, 3'-, 57 Daswick, Alex - Ambitious, unsentimental, 1 '91 'gb' diligent. is 'ff , Davidson, Elizabeth - Fastidious, vivacious, E-i determined. - - , President, Sophomore Class 121: President. Frencli " f' P 6. .2-" Club 141: National Honor Society 1-i1 : Solo Class ., ' 12-31. mv Davidson, Bill - Dramatic, dreamy, amusing. 'VR H President, Spanish Club 1-11 3 Treasurer, Spanish - 15 1 314 A, - ., Club 1-11: Co-chairman Picture Committee 1-ll: I ' Q Vice-president, Hi-Y 1-11. 1 Davis, lane - Glamorous, exotic, artistic H m31p"'l 4 u in :ii Dean, Mildred - Lively, industrious, friendly. l.. Aurora Staff 141: Cu-chairman, Memorial Commit- f '7 'si tee till : Secretary. Latin Club 131: Secretary. Q Audubon Club 1-l1. V - ' si' 1 DeBoer, Clarice - Companionable, con- " genial, courteous. sf Home Economics Club 13--11: Latin Club 11-21, ' ' , if DeBruyn, Marinus - Dramatic, ruddy, gifted in speech and writing. 4 Manairiniz Editor, Reflector 1-11: Debating: Team A 41 ' 1-lt: President. National Honor Society 1-11. f sw- --,,f , . . , ... 1 Del-Iaan, lune - High-spirited, ceremonious, gay. ,fl VA Vx. 6. 1 , .... ,,., ,A 1 fit. g 4 . f f -1-V X .,.' A "Q Wh. ESSWWN ,gagggvaf .. I , - U -,-:- ,I W 7 v. ,. .. . . 1 1?-' - - '- ' il '- ,R 'ggi . .. . , ,. . . . . .. .. Ny, z Q . . K -- - . .rss 1.. 1-.. "tif ',:- '- .- ' ' -1. - -: fii1f1'3'."-if-.-'ii 5: 2 ' dark! ., . 1.3, ,WY .,., . 12:2-M. s,c.?'Ei 4: '. I r 51,3 . 1, -. . .. U ...... , .,.. .. AV A W, ,Ez , .J rf -J Vice-president. Girl Rescrves 1213 Latin Club 13--11: U.H.S. Club 1313 Mixed Chorus. I DeLooll, Henry - Dazzling, c r e d u l o u s, chubby. Hi-Y Club 12-3-413 Track 131: lntraniural Sports 12-3-11: Service Squad 121. Dempsey, Richard - Cheerful, dependable, interesting. Senior Orchestra 141: Mixed Chorus 1413 Junior Orchestra 131: Intramural Sports 1-11. Dengate, Maurice - lovial, strong, masterly. Vice-president, Junior Class 131: Cheerleader 1413 Senior Band 11-2-31. DeSchipper, Helene e Q u i e t , deliberate, friendly. National Honor Society 141: Service Squad 11-21: Home Economics Club 12--11: Spanish Club 13-411 Audubon Club 13-41. DeYoung, Dorothy - Musical, quiet, genial. Dohn, Eugene - Capable, plucky, genial, Chess Club 141. Drabinski, Erwin - Shy, handsome, husky. Football 12-3--11 3 Vice-president, Varsity Club 13-41 : Basketball Club 1-11. Draugalis, Rose Mixed Chorus 11-21: Service Squad 12-41. 1113 Vice-president, Cosmopolitan - Gentle, punctual, dainty. Droski, Isabel - Petite, brown-eyed, dreamy. Home Economics 1-11: U.H.S. Club 13--11. Dubis, Gladys - Smiling, reserved, tiny. Duner, Emma - Blithe, lovable, blonde. Girls' Glec Club 111: Mixed Chorus 111: Girls' Athletic Meet 11-2-31: Press Club 121. Dutkiewicz, Evelyn - Pleasing, loyal, gay. U.H.S. Club 121: Girls' Athletic Meet 131. its be J ,. qs f iv 1 1 in i' - Sw we lt? 5-210. . X .1 ' tx x,g. s, 1 William - Good-looking, erect, reliable. Football 11-2-3-41: R.O.T.C. 11-2-3-41 : Track 12- 3--11: Bar and Chevrons Club 12-3--l1. Friedrich, Mary - Good-natured, affectionate, PGPPY- G.U.C. 112-3-41: Sony: Leader 1-11: Reflector Staff 1-11. Fry, Iohn - Quick, jolly, likable. Band 12-3--11: Hi-Y 1-11: Track 131: Spanish Club 13--ll: Boys' Glee Club 121. Fudge, lohn - T al k at iv e, Well-informed, cheerful. Boys' Glee Club 13--11: Junior Sportsman Club 13-41: Intramural Sports 131. Furman, Evelyn -H Moody, talkative, direct. Latin Club 111: Girls' Athletic Meet 12-31. Gaiser, Florence - Studious, helpful, capa- ble. Student Council 1-11: National Honor Society 1-11: Girls' Glee Club ll-21. Gamble, George - Muscular, dashing, com- plimentary. Basketball 11-21: Football 1l-2-3--11: Varsity Club 13--11: Track 11-21. Gieroch, Cecilia - F r i e n d l y, interesting, musical, talented. Senior Orchestra 12-3--l1: Interhigh Orchestra 1211 Theater Orchestra 12-31. Glowzynski, Ierome - Smiling, distant, light- looted. Spanish Club 13-41: Aviation Club 1-ll. Gommesen, lack - Exact, reserved, modest, Spanish Club 13-41: Varsity Club 13-41: Football 12-3-41: Chess Club 13-41. Goosmcmn, George - Business - like, tall, Wise. Senior Band 11-2-3-41 1 Sophomore President: Boys' Glee Club 13-41: Debating 13--11. Gray, Helen - C o o p e r a t i v e, dignified, sociable. Reflector Staff 141: Secretary, G.U.C. 141: Treas- urer, Home Economics Club 1-11: Vice-president. Sophomore Class 121. Greiccxitis, Victor - Handy, optimistic, im- aginative. Grigsby, Avis - Busy, jovial, moody. Home Economics Club 1-11: Camp Fire 111. Grodus, Estelle - Saucy, short, industrious. Aurora Staff 1-l1: Home Economics Club 141. ' Groenleer, George - Steady, content, wary. Hi-Y Club 13-41. :Sr . fi X. 7 az. 1 l,-351112, ., , .. ,,.. , .-'sg.-.5-,.z.w:- 4. 'ffl' 1" '-', 11" flgiziffil' - Q 1:-55.-cp 14,5 y4.-.-.- f-:+:-:iet-1:S: " ff-. ia- A .. Sag. . X If ' 11 if 'll 6 4 Dwight, Bill - Witty, satirical, dependable. Reflector Staff 141: Aurora Staff 141: Service Squad 131: Student Council 121, DeWitt, Margaret - Red-haired, jolly, ath- letic. Program Committee 1-11: Student Manager, Ping- ponyz 13-41: G.U.C. Club 13-41, Dilley, 'Florence - Helpful, dark-eyed, dar- lflg. Senior Play 141: Girl Reserves 12-3-41: U.H.S. Club 121: Audubon Club 131. Edkins, Lee - Mischievous, carefree, mod- ern. Student Council 141: Athletic Council I-11. Emperor, Rita - Spirited, friendly, smiling. Press Club 131: English Art Club 121. English, Norbert - New, shy, earnest. Faught, Dawn - Reserved, neat, silent. Girls' Athletic Meet 131. Favel, Violet - Efficient, well-liked, steady. National Honor Society 141: Aurora Staff 141: President, Counsellors 1151. Fletcher, Adaire - Happy-go-lucky, agree- able, risky. Boys' Glee Club 11-2-3-41: Mixed Chorus. Forsmcm, Gurlie - Dependable, intelligent, dominating. Reiiector Staff 13-413 Senior Play 141: Nathnal Honor Society 1-l1. Fraser, Monte - Light-hearted, brawny, un- surpassable. Football 131: Intramural Sports 11-2-31: Hi-Y Club 12-31: Boys' Glee Club 1l1. Freas, Louis - Sunny, pugnacious, honest. Boys' Glee Club 131: R.O.T.C. 12-3-41. iijiifii 1 -iv- f Alf. -5 ..a l . 1, ,r 'Dy v rg.. lf" 4' ffl Groenleer, Lois - S e n sible, pleasing, straightforward. President, Latin Club 141: Secretary-Treasurer Girl Reserves 141. Grygorczyk, Anthony - Timid, sturdy, kind. Gutaskus, William-Athletic, modest, patient. N.H.S. 13-41: Basketball 12-3-41: President, Var- sity Club 141: Aurora Staff 141. Haan, Pauline - F l i r t a t i o u s, likable, dramatic. Dramatic Club 131 : Senior Play 141 : Mixed Chorus 11-2-3-41: Service Squad 11-21. Huge, lake - Scientific, reserved, studious. Service Squad 141: Chess Club 13--lt. Hczuman, Eleanor - Peppy, bubbling, self- respecting. Service Squad 11-2-3--11: ReBectot Stall' 14l: Home Economics Club 13--ll, Hazewinkle, Ben - R e s o l u t e, well-liked, direct. Hi-Y Club 12-3-41: President. Garden Club 131: Treasurer, Sophomore Class 121. Hecxld, Roy - Bashful, secure, efficient. Intramural Sports 11-2-3-41 1 J u n io r Sportsman Club 131: Basketball Manaprer 1-ll. Heeringa, Iune - Fashionable, r h y t h m ic, final. U.H.S. Club 12-3--11: Home Economics Club 13-41: Mixed Chorus 11-2-3-4 1. Heim, George - Conservative, s t r i lt i n g, steadfast. Reflector Staff 141: Aurora Stat? 141: Press Club 13--41: Intramural Sports 12-3-41. Heruth, Esther - Reliable, exact, excelling. Service Squad 13-41: German Club 11-21: National Honor Society 13-41. Hewartson, Richard - Dark, small, friendly, Intramural Sports 1 ..,, 'J ll X 0'- , 'L ,-A I A xr ,J-fd me , .' .-.,.- QQ' A uf- 1 Af, l l S L . ff gr NGK... N 'M- I' 1 is X e t "STA . V' . fr' Holmes, Mildred - Talented, aloof, poised 1- Orehestra 12-31: Vice-president, Audubon Club 1-ll. Holmes, William - Polite, sunny, Willing. Press Club 1-11: Tennis Team 141: Reflector Staff 141: Spanish Club 121: Latin Club 1ll. K Wi' "W Y. my iijiwl , - s , ,5 1 ' , 1 - 1 .l. . if .... 5.-, -jew av .ia 5- Rig . ' ii - X 1-S 26' "o2-' . f '5 1, "' V ' g I -.-- , N . ,ia ,.l.- 1.' .1 loit ,::- .Q- . Bw l - as ii I N i N , 4 I i.I.,f' ll lizi A "Q 0' to 'C 15. ,. . 'fv V -, .-Q, . it: -x e E VL :N 5 W ,K ,xx . tr it 1 1 W' Homcm, Herman - D i s c r e e t, courteous, silent. Homrich, Marceline - Lovely, well-groomed, dignified. R.O.T.C. Sponsor 12-it-41: Service Squad 11-21: Girls' Athletic Meet 12-31. Honholt, Kenneth - Sport-loving, muscular, steady. Football 13--11: Basketball 12-31, Capt. 1-I1 3 Varsiiy Club 13-41: Hi-Y 12-lil. Hoogerhydge. Martha - Easy-going, calm, tactful. Mixed Chorus 11-2-3--ll? Service S'll'2lll 'lil ATT Club 111: Girls' Athletic Meet 12-It-41. Hoving, Bob-Imaginative, satirical, snappy. Reflector Staff 141: Track Manager 1-11: Aurora Staff 141: Senior Play Committee. Hubbell, Norwood - Executive, resourceful, tactful. Reflector Star? 13-41: President. Press Club 1351: Tennis Team 13-41: Union High Community Coun- cil. Hubbell, Isabelle - Fragile, blonde, sweet. Home Economics Club 1-ll. Huff, Irving - Cautious, sincere, level. R.O.T.C. 12-31: Band 11-2-il-41. Hull, Marie - Brown-eyed, spunky, rapid, Aurora Staff 141: Girls' Athletic Meet 11-21: Re- flector Staff 141, lmhoff, Wallace - Athletic, friendly, serious. Basketball 12-3-41: Varsity Club I3--lll Aurora Staff 141: Retlector Staff 141. Iackobs. William - Firm, sensible, fair. Intramural Sports 11-2-3-41: Track 131. Icxckson, Charlene - Timid, sensitive, sweet. French Club 11-2--11: Spanish Club 1-lt. Iagloski, Dorothy - Dependable, hearty, con- lident. Latin Club 121: Geometry Club 121: Girls' Ath- letic Meet 121. Iansma, Helen - Gentle, refined, precise. Home Economics Club 1-I1: Girls' Glee Club 111: Girls' Athletic Meet 121: U.H.S. Club 121. V '.'.g1.x 1: ,-:, :ll VL. - L ,1 S fl iiffx. ,- .fl .3 :gf it ' "fm 6- ' ..,,f 7 Q we A, as I 419 ' 1 I, 1 in if Q. -1 . -. - fi' , - .-A -. 1 ft. 1 . i 3 0' 'Q - D I' ' . 1' 1 -i ..1. 2 Kasper, William - Mischievous, pl a y f u 1 , brisk. Student Manager 11-2-31: Baseball 131: Intra- mural Basketball 121. Kataia. Robert - Blue-eyed, friendly, musi- cal. Senior Band 11-2-3-413 Senior Orchestra 12-411 German Band 1l-2-3-41: Bcys' Glee Club 11-2-31. Keno, Helen - Petite, apt, trusty. Treasurer, Audulzon Club 141: Home Economics Club 141: Girls' Athletic Meet tl-2-31. Kirker. Keith - Fashionable, smooth, steady. Track 121: Student Council 121. Klein. Arthur - Attentive, dominating, hand- some. Football 11-2-3-41 : T r a c k 11-2-3-41 : Basketball 11-2-31: Treasurer. Junior Class 131. Klein. Robert - Peppy, popular, mischievous. Klimavicz, Bertha - Happy, agreeable, kind. Klimowicz, Vincent - Bashful, industrious, contemplative. Bar and Chevrons Club 13--11. Klinker. Merton - Sheikish, square, gener- ous. Athletic Council 141: Track 131: Tennis 141 I Band 13-41: Mixed Chorus ll-2-31, Kloet. Anne - Domestic, tall, pleasing. Home Economics Club 11-2-3-41: Latin Club. Knoll. Agnes - Loyal, curly-haired, lively. Home Economics Club 141: Mixed Chorus 141: Senior Band 141. Kochanowski, Stella - Serious, happy, effi- cient. Kolcmkiewicz, Ted - Ambitious, animated, affable. Hi-Y Club 141: Checkiniz Committee 141. Konczalski, Gertrude - Modest, interested, determined. Latin Club 141: French Club 1-11. Koridrat, Valeria - Attentive, consistent, effi- cient. Press Club 12-3-41: Reflector Start' 141: French Club 13-41: Dramatics Club 131. Koster. Vivian - Smart, helpful, cooperative. Aurora Staff 141: Service Squad 11-3-41: Student Council 1412 Senior Play 1-11. 1 lbs," 1 Iarka, Catherine - Weil-bred, serious, win- some. French Club 12-313 Girls' Athletic Meet 11-2-312 Reflector Staff' 141: Home Economics Club 13-41. larvi, Hazel - Accommodating, sedate, neat. Service Squad 12-31: G.U.C. 131: Student Council 12-31: Reflector Staff 141. Ienlcinsi Helen - Talkative, business-like, de- termined. Home Economics Club 14112 Mixed Chorus 1-112 Aurora Staff 141. Iohnson, Newton-Tall, friendly, considerate. Latin Club 12-31: Service Squad 12-31: Senior Band 12-I5--11: Brass Ensemble 13-41. Iohnson. Robert - Silent, direct, trustworthy. Baseball 1413 Aviation Club 141: Intramural Sports 11-21. Iohnston. Mary S Responsive, m o t h e r l y, cheerful. Girls' Glee Club 11-3-41: Mixed Chorus 12-3-41 2 Service Squad 11-2-3-41. Iuchniewicz, Tony - Kind, sensitive, ab- sorbed. Track 13-41. Iurkites. Iohn - Blond, modern, punctual. Kalkoten. Gene - Able, delicate, composed. Art Club 111: Girls' Glee Club 111: Mixed Chorus 11-2-3-41. Kamp, Fred - Moody, dominating, regular. Basketball 111: Football 12-3--11: Baseball 131. Kareckas. Iohn - Bashful, coaching, distant. Football 12-3-41: Track 1112 Varsity 141. Karsakas, Isabel - Docile, gentle, earnest. 53 ' ? " Q K Q? i 'sb I' M Krapp, Irmaruth - Mannerly, striking, inter- esting. National Honor Society 13-41: Secretary, Senior Class 141: Assembly Planning Committee 141. Krem. Ruth - Boyish, self-possessed, high- minded. Press Club 131: Latin Club 141: Service Squad 111: Treasurer, Sketching: Club 111. Krieger. Alex - Bashlul, able, athletic. Treasurer, Hi-Y 141: Vice-president. German Club 441 C Junior Sportsman Club 13-41. Kruizenga, Rosemary - Efficient, ambitious, QUY- Senior Play 141: Latin Club 141: Aurora Statf 141: Vice-president Athletic Council, Kubiak, Esther - Talliative, spirited, Well- dressed. U.H.S. Club 121: Girls' Athletic Meet 131. Kudlicki, Irene - Conservative, aloof, meek Kuieclc. lames - Athletic, distant, trirri. 1Activities at Ro1:kford1 Varsity Club 13-41: Boys' Glee Club 12-3-41: Newspaper Staff 141. Kurtykct, Mary - Kind, tantalizing, nice. Secretary, Aurlubon Club 141: Girls' Athletic Meet 12-31: National Honor Society 1-11. Kurylowicz, Walter - Red-headed, sociable, ternperamental. Laban. Mildred - Hearty, confident, depend- able. Girl Reserves 111-3-41: French Club 12-31: Press Club 12-31: Service Squad 141, Lambert, Frona - Engaging, square, dis- creet. Girls' Athletic Meet 1l-2-31: Press Club 131. Lampert, Hazel - Attentive, achieving, gratifying. Student Council 11-2-41: Audubon Club 12-3-41: German Club 12-3-41. W... , ,,,. , .. f' 4 4 Ikiffffri. 1... y 1, - K., , I A 4 V . aw 4 G. W 1 1 54 ,Y ' - . . -' r ., i,gg:i:i,iti 'sq' A ., " 5 . 1 1 1 'W . i i .. i'it f f . 9 1 ff' g , ag l PM 1 111.3 .- 1. W 1' 4 Ygdil, '-A ff rf at . gf if . R...- . ..:.:... . ,.,, -.i:- 1 ',,,.,, .. :'Li : Em :Ag 'Q A V,-. .gA, f -1f:.:,..: A - 1- ' ' , it,-Q, I , 5 ' 3 I. ' 3 I-'V V 4-C31 0, V Y ' , ' , A: se ,, 'ilv A' i ' .eq 'LV' inf' I Leedy, Nan - Carefree, delightful, saucy. Treasurer, Sophoniore Class: Song Leader 141 21' Costume Committee 141. Leedy. Sylvia - Charming, vivacious, quick. Treasurer, Junior Class: Sung: Leader 141: Cos- tume Committee 141. Lehr. Weston - Ambitious, capable, level. Art Staff. Senior Play: Business Manager, Aurora 141: German Club 121. Leitelt, Carroll - Tiny, cordial, appealing. German Club 13--l1: Secretary, Sophomore Class. Leitelt. Robert - Suave, trusty, striking. Boys' Glee Club 1-11: German Club 1111. Liefbroer, lay - lndustrious, o b s e r v a nt, silent. Intramural Sports 13-4 1. Lindholm, Taisto - Silent, helpful, serious. Athletic Council 141: French Club 141: Press Club 141: Junior Sportsman Club 131. Lipinski. Stanley - Tempe-rarnental, lrank, clever. Senior Orchestra 12-3-41: Hi-Y 12-3-41: Aviation Club 121: R,O.T.C. I2-31: Drum Major 13-41. Lohnes. Franklin - Musically talented, good- looking, blond. Aviation Club 141: Chess Club Ili-411 Aurora Stan' 141. Long, Marion - Sociable, courteous, dainty. Vice-president. Freshman Class 111: Student Coun- cil 13-41: Vice-president, Student Council 141: Retiector Staff 141. Longfellow. Eileen - Fragile, shy, ladylike. Girl Reserves 11-ZZ-3-41. lVIacKellar, Kathryn - R a d i a n t , lively, dimpled. Manarfer Girls' Athletic Meet 111: U.H.S. Club 13-41: Secretary, Girl Reserves 131. Maicherzah, Louis M Profound, consistent, condoning. Majerczah. Stanley - Congenial, persistent, pleasing. Malinowski, Cassie - Grave, gentle, distant. Latin Club 141: French Club 141. Malinowski. Lucille - Tall, slender, peppy. Home Economics Club 12-3-41: Girl Reserves 12- 3-41: G.U.C. 13-41: U.H.S. Ciub 111. 2 3- I ,Q , ir 4,51- 1 bf. ff'- 611- v 1 1 . 5 I an-, rf 1 1 I. it 1 S 1 K X QP? ':. X Y is wr' I lf. ' a rgl, 1 0 1 - 'fest' 2 w ' 'A ' Y ' flf'-ffgii 1 Mikita, Nick - Athletic, smiling, dashing. Track 11-2-3-41: Cosmopolitan Club 141: Varsity Club 141: Football 12-31. Miller. Lucille - Fragile, generous, poised. Service Squad 111: National Honor Society 141: Press Club 12-31: Latin Club 1-11. Moelker, Maude - Shy, pleasant, sweet. Moline, Carl--Artistic, sociable, imaginative. President, Jr. Sportsman Club 141: Treasurer, Jr. Sportsman Club 131: Intramural Sports 12-3-41: Aurora Staff 141. Mohr, Beatrice - Small, red-headed, new- comer. 1Activities at Grandville Hiyzh Schooll Commercial Club 131: Mentuis Staff 131. Moore, Ruby - Beaming, titian, delicate. French Club 13-41: National Honor Society 141: U.H.S. Club 141: Service Squad 141. Morris, Gerald - Well-liked musical enial . , Q . Hi-Y Club 141: National Honor Society 141: Solo Class 141: Intramural Sports 13--ll. Mull, Ira - Alert, cautious, deliberate. Intramural Sports 141. Munson, Ivan - Persistent, iirrn, level.. ll-Iolland High School1 Sportsman Club. Nagy, Margaret - R e s e r v e d, intelligent, gracious. President, Latin Club 131: Secretary, Junior Class 131: National Honor Society 141: Editor-in-chief Aurora A12 Girl Reserves 12-3--I1. Nin . A 1 Prom ti , determined, able. . Club 1-l1.': 'sh lub 11-2-31: Business "1 anager, ay 141: Stamp Club 141. Nogrady, Robert - Literary, clever, idealistic. Reflector Staff 141: Aurora Staff 141: Press Club 13--ll: Chess Club 13-41: Spanish Club 13-41. Nowacki, Estelle - Peaceful, Well-bred, con- siderate. Secretary, Latin Club 121: Girl Reserves. Nawrocki, Harry - Bashtul, resolute, refined. Intramural Sports 12-31: Football 11-21: Aviation Club 141: Baseball 1-11. Ohanesian, Pauline - Dark stran e active 1 Q , . Spanish Club 11-2-41: Audubon Club 141: Girl Re- serves 141: G,U.C. 11-2-3-41. O'Heam, Lorraine - S m o o th , appealing, amiable. Home Economics Club 1213 U.H.S. Club 13-41: Girl Reserves 131: Girls' Athletic Meet 12-31. . ,V l -- Aa- ' Qg Malizia, Frances - Easy-going, witty, quick. Manni, Margaret - S e n s i b l e, compelling, accommodating. Girl Reserves 131: Art Club 111: Girls' Glee Club 111: Latin Club 12-31: G.U.C. 1-11. Martz, Mildred -- Demure, courteous, con- stant. Service Squad 11-2-31: Mixed Chorus 141: U,H.S. Club 141: French Club 141. Matthews, Lenore -- Polite, self-possessed, exotic. Girl Reserves 13-41: Home Economics Club 13-41: Spanish Club 11-21: U.H.S. Club 12-31. Mauzy, Nina - S t e a d t a s t , cooperative, cordial. Student Council 11-31: Service Squad 111: Home Economics 11-2-31: Press Club 11-211. Meconis. Claude -- Entertaining, comical, glowing. Reflector Staff 13-41: Spanish Club 12-3-41: Hi-Y Club 12-311 Aviat' Club 141: I Meeker, Willialfl 3111, darlgz',fpe?,siye.' Boys' Glee Clu 1'T'1"f' -Y, Club- 1517? N Merryman, Francis - Mischievous, happy, friendly. Intramural Sports 1-11. Meyer, Ruth - Subdued, calm, progressive. Service Squad 12-31: G.U.C. 141. Meyering, Robert - Good-looking, change- less, generous. Intramural Sports 12-3-41. Meyers, Alice - Dashing, active, cordial. Girls' Glee Club 11-2-31: Girls' Chorus 13-411 Ser- vice Squad 11-21: German Club 11-2-31. Miedema, Dorothy - Graceful, witty, artistic. Aurora Staff 1-11: Student Council 13-412 National Honor Society 1-11. To -bs- A,-. .1 4 1 Oleszczuh, Michael - A t h l e t i c , friendly, placid. g Football 13-41: Track 12-3-41: Varsity Club 13--11. Olszewski, Bemice - Sunny, sweet, amiable. Home Economics 12-3-41 : Spanish Club 13-41: Treasurer, Girl Reserves 121. Olszewski, Florence - Fair, interesting, neat. Aurora Staff 141: Service Squad 13-41: Latin Club 12-3--11: Garden Club 131. Oosdyke, Gerard - Lively, helpful, sociable. Intramural Sports 13-41: Hi-Y Club Ifl. Orkin, Evelyn -Attractive, athletic, pleasant Ortowski, Ferdinand - Tallcative, efficient, industrious. Lieutenant, R.O.T.C. 141: Vice-president, Hi-Y 131 g Vice-president, National Honor Society 141. Osterhaven, Esther - Skillful, pretty, striking. Drum Major 13-41: National Honor Society 141: Ways and Means Committee. Oumedian, Iacob - Socialole, clark, husky. Varsity Club 141: Track 1l-2-3-41: Football 11-2- 3-412 Basketball 111. Oumedian, Iohn - Risky, short, quiet. Football 11-2-3-41: Track 11-I-3-41: Varsity Club 141: Cosmopolitan Club 141. Parmerlee, George - Buoyant, lively, indus- trious. Boys' Glee Club 1l-2-31. Patrick, Floyd -Confident, humorous, hearty. Sportsman Club 141: Hi-Y Club 13-41. Peasley, Ruth - Red-haired, c o rn p o s e d, naive, Girls' Athletic Meet 112-31: Press Club 1fl1. Hills T. if ' fs 'f' 'W'- W in 5 7 31- M' 9' LSI . t 'K 2 3 F -:1 .gs 1 -rf?" .. 'xg-1 ' 'sa' r .r ,. . ogy v 5' ., I ' 1 5 N, Fr- tux 9 .f"' . .,.,.,., ..... . ....... T 'xy J 4 c' , iv- 1' , Qs .1 . f ' '- M . .,. ,- t X-1 A it-41 K, I. Q, .,.,. " 3 5 l :gif Q 1 1 ., wg ' I . i. - . . . f R PN - 1 . I, n X gr At ' Qafv is-I 8'-to Peterson, Bertha - Practical, dreamy, stead- fast. Home Economics Club 13--11: U.H.S. Club. Petrovich, Edward - Aspiring, virile, talka- tive. President, National Honor Society 141: Treasurer, Student Council 13'-ll: Dcbatinu Team 141: Chess Team 13-41. Pfarrer, Caroline - Reliable, tranquil, calm. Girl Reserves 13-41: Service Squad 131, Pike, Lowell - Calm, intellectual, conserva- tive. Pinckney, Lorene - Shy, reserved, serious. Service Squad 131. Pitts, Walter - Quiet, dreamy, cheerful, Intramural Sports 13--ll: German Club 12-3-41: Baseball 141: Sr. Sportsman Club 131. Pocze, Bessie - Smooth, musical, confident. U.H.S. Club 121: Girls' Glee Club 131. Pomeroy, Iris - Ambitious, exact, genuine. Student Council 11-31 3 National H o n o r Society 13--11 5 Aurora Start 141g Vice-president, Latin Club 141. Poselenzny, Ann - Coy, courteous, capable. Post. Gladys - Quiet, reserved, unassuming. Girl Reserves 13-41. Postma, Iohn - Attentive, careful, pensive. Powell, Lura - Intelligent, sedate, steadfast. Committee Chairman 141 : Associate Editor. Aurora 1-112 Vice-president, L a t i n Club 141: National onor 'Society 13-41. ' lfW" inlan, lam - Chivalrous, attractive, un- disturbe . Tennis Team 141: Sportsman Club 141: Member Community Council 141: Intramural Sports 141: Boys' Glee Club 141. Rabaskas, Albert - Red-headed, argumenta- tive, carefree, Intramural Sports 141. Ragir, Frieda - Popular graceful, jovial. G.U.C. 12-3-41: German Club 12-31: Mixed Chorus 12-3-415 Athletic Council 141. Rau, Lawrence - Humorous, cute, short. Cosmopolitan Club 13-41: Basketball 1213 Junior Sportsman Club 1312 Intramural Sports 11-2-3-41. 3 .xt A. . ihf 1 5 1 f, Li e. ki -Q -i as F .is r . . 5' 5' ,114 v A f.. . . . I , N G , J 1 , JJ 5 Q . .A ' ,I :Q lx f 1 5 W xg W X' ' 4 1 Q i'F""'S ' . , 1 , 3 one W A e xg- ' was 'Nu 1. X- "X Sage, Stuart - Confident, discriminating, witty. Program Committee 141: Debating Team 141: Ticket Committee, Senior Play 141. Samrick, Iosephine - Studious, sincere, re- liable. Vice-president, U.H.S. Club 1312 Aurora Staff 141: National Honor Society 141: Vice-president, Girl Reserxes 121. Sarog, Helen - Modest, kind, silent. U.H.S. Club 141: Home Economics Club 141. Sawyer, Lorraine - Reasonable, independ- ent, genuine. Shankerman, Paul - Talkative, persistent, Whole-hearted. President, Student Council 1-l1:Debatiny: Team 141. Schmitt, Lorraine - Gay-hearted, entertain- ing, lively. President. U.H.S. Club 131: Volleyball Team 131: Girl Reserves 12-3-41. Schneider, Hilbert - Cheerful, jovial, help- ful. - Football 1351: Basketball 131: Press Clfub 131. Scholl, Iohn - Rangy, always-prepared, keen-minded. President, Senior Class 141: Hi-Y Club 1412 Aurora Staff 141: Reflector Staff 1-11. Schuur, Abe - lolly, silent, taking. Hi-Y Club 141: Service Squad 141: Counsellor 141: Red Cross Club 141. Sciamanna, William - Iocular, good-looking, rnbchievous. Intramural Sports 13-41: Baseball 13-41. Sciamanna, Ronald - Musical, a in i a lo l e, dashing. Int amural Sports 13-41: Baseball 13-41. Scully, Alice - Musical, modest, pleasant. Girls' Glee Club 131: Girl Reserves 121. Seggelink, Walter - Reserved, quiet, con- genial. Boys' Glee Club 11-21: President, Jr. Sportsman Club 131: Stamp Club 141. Shackelton, Oliver - ldealistic, cooperative, quiet. Staff Sergeant, R.O.T.C. 13-41 : R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 12-3-41 : Hearst Trophy Team 13-41, Schupinski, Albert - Quiet, sincere, modern. Spanish Club 12-3-41: Secretary, Spanish Club 1411 Hi-Y Club 131: Red Cross Club 1-11, Simmons, Frances - Attractive, agreeable, neat. Girls' Glee Club 11-2-31: Mixed Chorus 111. Razgunas, Helen - Blonde, studious, good- naturecl. Secretary. National Honor Society 141: Student Council 131: Service Squad 11-2-31. Razgunas, Mary - Intellectual, kind, artistic. Secretary. National Honor Society 141: Aurora Staff 141: Mixed Chorus 12-41. Razmus, Iohn - Likable, hilarious, deter- mined. Mixed Chorus 1-11: Latin Club 141 3 Chemistry Club 1-ll. Rivard, Margaret - Digniiied, thorough, con- scientious. Treasurer, U,H.S. Club 121 : Girl Reserves 131: Mixed Chorus 112-3-41: Girls' Glee Club 121. Roberson, lean - Humorous, friendly, sunny. Robinson, Alice - Business-like, practical, pleasing. Rodenhouse, Ioan - Enthusiastic, capable, cheerful. Treasurer. Senior Class 1-11: President, Girl Re- serves I-I1: Vice-president, Girl Reserves 131. Rokocki, Iohn - Silent, determined, plucky. Intramural Sports 11-21: Basketball 12-31: Foot- ball 121: Track 111. Rozelcr, Helen - Good-natured, Well-liked, dainty. President, Garden Club 121: Secretary, Latin Club 141: Aurora Staif 141: Latin Club 12-3-41. Rubingh, Lee - Talkative, shy, lean. Busch, Ioan - Particular, wiry, aspiring, Service Squad 111: Press Club 13--11: National Honor Society 141: Latin Club 141. Ruster, Pearl - Modest, thorough, agreeable. Service Squad 1-11: U.H,S. Club 1-lj. - ' AK-:,..g'-5 Sinkler. Elsie - lndustrious, placid, reliable. Girl Reserves 13-41: Service Squad 131. Sly. Vivian - ln t e r e s t i n g, light-hearted, popular. All-City Honor 141: President, G.U.C. 141: Latin Club 13-41: Girl Reserves 13-41. Sonneveldt, lack-Rhythmic, peppy, creative. Senior Band 13-41: Senior Play Cast 1'-ll: Busi- ness Manager, Reflector 141. Sorokin, Ann - lndilterent, bland, likable. Sosnowski. Hattie - Liberal, frank, hearty. U.H.S. Club 13-41: Girls' Athletic Meet 1I-2-31. Spurgcit, Albert - Resolved, loyal, grim. Track 13-41: Intramural Sports 141: Senior Band 13-41. Stratton, Lucille - Sweet, horney, steadfast. Service Squad 12-31: Mixed Chorus 1313 Girl Re- serves 121. Slehouwer, Adrian - Lively, apt, carefree. Senior Band 1I-2-3-41: Senior Orchestra 12-31, Stellard, Marjorie - Neat, small, modest. Cards and Announcement Committee 1-l1 2 Treas- urer. Latin Club 1-l1 J Secretary-Treasurer. Girl Reserves 1-l1 : Press Club 13--11. 11:-nav w x in tw Y 5 ,lf Uv- ' ie YFYI . W? 11 I lil 15-" ,,1., - - 4-'G--N as-0 , mg, :,:"1-31, 45- . ,, .Ji ., M.. sv- win.: I 1 . k j, ,r S 'fa ,ESX aw tl hi 8 MN 'IA 1 is 1 X a. 5 ' xl i 1 'its' 1 ll: ta? sin 5 s S Stellingworth, Allen - lovial, resolute, de- pendable. President, Hi-Y Club 141: Lieutenant. R.O.T,C. 141: Rifie Team 141: Treasurer, Senior Class 141: Bar and Chevrons Club 13-41, Stolk, William - Resourceful, silent, pensive. German Club 11-2-31: Intramural Sports 13-41: Draftsman Club 131. Strouse. lack - Boisterous, peppy, singular. Staff Sergeant, R.O.T.C. 141: Bar and Chevrons 1: Senior Band 131: Golf 13--11. 11 1 1 1 . 1 1 'nur Slracotenko, Iohn - Earnest, studious, reso- lute. Sutter, Harry -Twinkling, bright-eyed, short. Student Council 131: Junior Sportsman Club 131: Baseball 1-11: German Club 13-41. Swart, Frederick - Mischievous, congenial, cheerful. R.O.T.C. 13--112 Buys' Glee Club 1-l1. Sweeny, Frances - Capable, selective, shy. Latin Club 11-2-41: Home Economics Club 141: U,H,S, Club 11-21, Senior Orchestra 11-2-3-41 1 Swietlik. William - T all: a t i v e , friendly, lively. ' Vice-president, Latin Club 131 : Mixed Chorus 12-3-41 : Secretary, Junior Sportsman Club 131 : Vice-president. Hi-Y Club 141. Szatan, Ioseph - Quiet, recurnbent, wise. Radio Club 1-11. Szczepaniuk, Catherine - Pleasant, sporty, kind. Home Economics Club 13-41 : Girl Reserves 12-3-41 2 Vice-president G.U.C. 141: Latin Club 12-31: Girls' Athletic Meet Manager 131. Timmers, lames - Languid, rn o d ern, tern- perarnental. Tiloczynski, Margaret - Pridetul, abstracted, 1 ungrudging, Home Economics Club 141: U.H.S, Club 141. Tomaszeski, Lorraine - Neat, friendly, slim. 1Catholic Centrall Girls' Athletic Meet 121. Troeger, Bill - Witty, loving, teasing Football 111: Intramural Sports 12-3-41: Press Club 141: Redector Staff 131: Tennis Team 141. Tulos. Elizabeth - Coy, reliable, fastidious, Aurora Stat? 141: Latin Club 12-3-41: Vice-presi- dent, Girl Reserves 1-11: Publicity Chairman, Girl Reserves 141. Vanden Bos. Mae - Tall, rnodest, unobtru- sive. Home Economics Club 12-31: Service Squad 111: Audubon Club 13-41. Vander Iagt, Samuel - Flippant, ambitious, naive. Senior Play 141: Hi-Y Minstrel Show 141: Busi- ness Manager, Hi-Y Club 13-41. Vander Laan, Robert - Athletic, amiable, flippant. Vander Veen, Donald - Handsome, dark, dapper. ' Van Der Werff, Dorothy - Scholarly, dark, PM talented in foods work. f Aurora Staff 141 : National Honor Society 141: 8 SQ1'ViC9 Sflllad 11-2-3-41: Student Council 121: w k Girl Reserves 13-41. i ' P y K' Vander Zwaag, Harvey - Determined, jovial, D A.. genial. . '5' 1 Chess Club 141: Junior Sportsman Club 141, ' it X' Van Driel,Isabel-Small,dramatic, , africa feminine. 1 ' Senior Play 141: Cheer Leader 12-I5-41: W'ays and -,Ama v '-23152. ' Means Committee 141: President. Girl Reserves 131: Athletic Council 141. - '+ - Van Hattem, Ruth - Earnest, constant, calm. fi R-Q or ' 'S' Van Koevering, Isla - Humorous, peppy, ' generous. 3 Spanish Club 12-313 Home Economics Club 131. 13 A A Van Os, Carol - Responsible, attractive, , Q1 5 I considerate, .W ' 5 Nh' ' xxx - Reflector Staff 131: Aurora Statf 1-11: President, ,fl S , " lar xv Girl Reserves 121: Latin Club 13-41. ,E 1 ,K Van Strien, William - Curly-headed, de- bit voted, athletic. , Football 1l-2-3-41: Service Squad 12-Z!-41. K , "KN - Van't Hot, Wilma - Dreamy, pleasant, dra- X ' matic. N Girls' G11-Q Club 111 Q Dramatic Club 11-1-3-.11 : Girl Reserves 131: Senior Play 141, I i 1 . li L S Van Wyk, Iohn - Capable, effective, resolute. ' ' 'Vf-1 Reflector Staff 141. ga, M 'Q . ka Van Zanten, Cornelia - Red-haired, bright- V 6' WA X ' ' P eyed, flirtatious. .4 5 ff' K X Surg U.H.S. 12-3-41: Secretary, Home Economics Club fs- ' X K' 141: Home Economics Club 13-41: President, Home ' ' ' Economics Club 141. '- sf Q Ver Hage, Harriet - Lively, persistent, pleas- , ,, ing. 1 " Verhey, Ioan - Changeable, tropical, nice. Reserves 1-11. LJ :f. wt' Versluis, Helen - Talkative, earnest, serious French Club 13-41: Latin ub 12-41. Ver Veer, Helen - Modest, reserved, poised Girls' Glee Club 12-3-41: Mixed Chorus 121. Verwys, loe - Business-like, blond, active. President. Red Cross Club 141: Secretary, Sooho- more Class 121: Junior Sportsman Club 141: Stu- dent Council 141: Hi-Y Club 13-41. Viergever. Hope - Entertaining, modern, talk- ative. Girls' Glee Club 141 : Mixed Chorus 141. Vlug, Gertrude i Tall, vigorous, buoyant. U.H,S. Club 141: Girls' Athletic Meet 12-711. Von Destinon, Carl - Genuine, p o p u l a r, ood natured g - . Football 12-3-41: Track 12-3-41: Varsity Club 141: Band 12-3-41: Student Manaizer 141. Voss, Margaret Ann- Discreet, sophisticated, superstitious. Rehector Staff 131: Aurora Staff 111: French Club 11-2-3-41: Press Club 12-41: Basketball 11-2-31. Wasel, Edmund - Artistic, different, willing. Aurora Staff 141: President, Spanish Club 1312 Treasurer, Spanish Club 121. Waskiewicz, Alionse-Athletic, good-natured, executive. Football 11-2-3-41: Basketball 11-2-3-41: Track 11- 2-3-41: Football, Captain 141. Wegner, Dorothy - Hearty, genial, mischiev- OUS. President. Garden Club 141: Latin Club 141: Vice- prcsident, Garden Club 131. Wenger, Iacqueline H Athletic, intelligent, efficient. Vice-oresident, Student Council 141: Vice-president, Spanish Club 121 : Aurora Staff 141: National Honor Society 13-41. Wentzlotf, Naomi - Gracious, reserved, thor- ough. National Honor Society 141: Secretarv, Foods Class 121 1 Home Economics Cl11b 13-41 : U.H.S. Club 141: Girls' Glee Club 141. Werner, Iacob - Pleasant, helpful, likable. Hi-Y Club 13-41. Wessman, Duane - Scholarly, useful, happy. General Chairman, Service Squad 141: C0-chair- man Cards and Announcements Committee 141: Counsellor 13-41: Aurora Staff 141, Westveer, Gerald - Tall, slim, consistent. White, Howard - Musical, well-liked, central- ized. Senior Band 11-2-3-41: Senior Orchestra 13-41: R.O.'I'.C. 111: Boys' Glee Club 141. as ,,-. -ff ., 35 Z 1 Q' , . stiff 1 , ,f at 12 ? X X-,iqti X Q- A -Z . 'Q- 'x 1 v A While. Lloyd - Forceful, tiny, soldierly. Bar and Cbevrons Club 141: Dramatics Club 131: Boys' Glee Club 141. if Wielhouwer. Iohn - Loquacious, insistent, argumentative. ' L Student Council 1-11: President, German Club 1313 Chess Team 1-l1: Debating' Team 141: Orutury 141. llf JirK! Willard, Kenneth - Sunny, frivolous, indus- trious. Property Manager, Senior Play 141: Intramural Sports 13--11, XC' x I3 i rg?-"f'-.sl Wietsma. Charlotte - Flippant, lively, cheer- X ' - - f A- F' C' lul. J 0 5 fjl -V ' senior- Orchestra 11-2-3-41. iviixefi Cho--Us 12--211 - - .Q .YI -...f .1 .eg -, I -' Service Squad 11-213 Press Club If-31: Gh-lg' Glee 4? 'J 'ZEEEQ ' v-I Club 121. 1 sr' E 4 wg . - g 3. 41 :-f-A 1 I ., .,.,, if Wilson, Robert - Short, handsome, lively. ,,,V . ' 1- , 3. Hi-Y Club 141: Track Team 13--l1: Tennis Team ""' "i' ' ' ' ' -- f--v L f? 141: Spanish Club 13-41. , -1 1 'fs 1 xg N - , ,V 1,3 ex. Wxsse, Thomas - Air-minded, determined, Kill Q expressive' l President, Aviation Club 141: Baseball 1-ll: Intra- fe -L,-fi: ' 'H Riff? -:'i3"' mural Sports 141. A F" H- J, H ,ggi . Xllxggi , .. is Wohlgemuth, Donald - Lanlcy, curious, lan- , PM ' l l, 'bi guid. ', . 61 'g Redector Staff I-lli Service Squad 1215 Mixed 7 g Chorus 111, A Wollinglon, William - Genial, industrial, tall. C I siligg .A,, ii Worobec. Ann - Dark, charming, exotic. ' " , ,A VQ"i.' 1" ' -I' ' .f?"'. .- M 5 .fw J K I r , 3-Q ' sn.. . 3-L 'Kiwi' J? Wysocki, Andrew - Useful, observing, quiet. 'X A I, ' Young. Catherine N Able, blushing, pleas- - 4. - . 'iii dm. K 435. , Youngs. Neltha - Dignilied, quiet, generous. ' - Home Et-im-,mics Club 131. Gi,-is' Glee Club 1:-3. -l1 : Mixed Chorus 11-ZZ-31 : Solo Class 1-11. A Zagumney, Iane - Fascinating, clever, smil- ' i' ing, . yr ,,j:.a.1 - iw Zaremba, Lorraine - Breezy, casual, spar- V' i.,5-ff , kling. -- Mixed Chorus 11-2-3-41 1 Service Squad 1-11: U.H.S. " --,ia 'K Club 111: Audubon Club 111: Girls' Athletic Meet " - ' 111. Ai A H Zeelf, lohn - Friendly, clever, militaristic. ": V Staff Sergeant. R.O.T.C. 13--11: Motto Committee -' - 1-11: Service Squad 141: Bar and Chevrons Club ' 1 13--11: Usher 1-ll. .,. iz Zeel. Margaret - Tall, angular, smiling. ii:-'j:,:5f,g'QQ3ggt ' iilf 'i Home Economics Club 13-41: Mixed Chorus 11?- ,W . ' ww - . - fs... Q.,-.W , ,- ' X51 ",,..gi 1,- rf 'Wa fi' .ii 2,-U - , . -4 F 1' viii Zimmerman, Grace - Friendly, well-man- ,ig X nered, alert, Q V Zindle. Beatrice - Lively, athletic, carefree. Zoppa, Alpha - Towering, cornradely, gyrn- '-""' ' nastic. Girls' Athletic Meer 12-31: Athletic Council 141: Captain, Basketball Team 1-ll. n :,.- . fy!! ii . -. 3. - , , rv Q, , . 1 N I f , P 'f V ' ,1 ,,:, -' , .M .1 f -1, .. . X4 g MV. 1 Q.. El. . g . Q 1 ' " 2 1 V 11: . . ss,-. fi.. Q P 62 - -'g U r ,Q :J r .4 . ,-1 .. rl' ,.-f fl, 4. V,.- 3. 'ffzf'-'7:!, ' 'W' . if '.,. ,- Q fff' " " -4 1 , ,-, -: ,' Z, . . 3 1 3 1 I 1 - - .jf y f?" z 4. .li 1. ,',- , ,. , , ,- ,, ,ie , E ...I-1 41 X I L , : P .X V., ., - :g S qv . V 1 ,- I. o . v ,G .- ,I 'sexi Q"?q ol.: , n' xr , A ' 1' uv ,- .' 11.3 lv. .f, I nv ' I I i, wt X 8 !x . ' I 1 ' E, s - ' "wwc'.ff 'fr wgivx ' my uiliwrzl 1 FU -"'.,1'C7'- 22 , "X: J" 1, .4 ig 21 yu, . 1 J "' n . . la. 45 I . I 'L 1 r P Q 1 - -'A 'Q .' Q , '-, I lg 1 ' I I L-' ' .fi " . .gg I 'AQ' . " A I ' Q Q + . l , IP 0 0 ' 1 4 I al L I I I I -I"- o'l v 11, 5 , ' .0 la J, I: 'Bl U I V 0 P 'I In O U : rl QI Q 'll H l 'I I" ' l ' Q -I Q Q Q . '1 A 1' F I V z .I r I Q I 0 ' 1' A I 1 141 Q I A H Q 5 " .ov . Q - - o -I 1 Q 1- "' 0 ,Q . v . . i il ' :im 1 0 d . Tx.. ' E 1 ', " 454 r" .. ,Gill ' ' g.bf'2X-12,3 . 7-U42 f'KT7f 1'Q .' - - ' wi l",-I .. Q ,- 1 I T",:i:vI . , u1UUAp:r'r A ' W Y ' I , 1h.'L', J., 43- N., Seniors Without .Pictures Czamopys, Camillia - Bright, realistic, com- plete. De Haan, Herman - Mechanical, plucky, naive. Eckhofi, Virginia - Chic, modest, dark. Groters. Irene - Small, dark, quick. Iohnson. Russell - Likable, fair, true. tActivities at Southl Mixed Chorus ill, Boys' Glee Club Cll, Art Club ill. Kruzenga, Rudolph - Independent, sleek, different. Van Houten, William - Earnest, constant, calm. Van Mullen, Anthony - Affable, lively, cheerful. Zalenski, Iohn - Observant, agreeable, fore- minded. Rybiski, Clarence - Dimpled, jovial, musical, Rydzewski, Edwin - Short, athletic, dashing. Sabotka, Harry - Militaristic, contemplative, industrious. Boys' Glee Club tll, B.O,T.C. Rifle Team C455 Staff Sergeant B.O.T.C. t4l, Secretary, Bar and Chevrons Club l4D, lunior Sports- man Club till. Sundstrom, Donald - Dark, indifferent, effi- cient. Thomas, Robert - lndustrious, whimsical, calm, Thorndale, Robert - Plu cky, enthusiastic, curious. Tuingoff. Russell - Personal, eager, versatile. Senior Committees CLASS COMMITTEES Decorations Committee play Committee lane Davis, Lorraine O'l-learn, Bob loe Berkowitz, Gurlie Eorsman, Bob Klein' PAR I-loving, Isabel Van Driel. Picture Committee William Davidson, Helen Gray, Wil- liam Swietlik. Motto Committee Don Beasecker, Violet Pavel, Arthur Baker, Elizabeth Tulos, lohn Zeef, Helen Barstis. Announcement Committee Duane Wessman, Margaret Nagy, Sam Vander Iagt, Edwin Burke, Marjorie Stellard, Marian Long. Class Song Committee lack Sonneveldt, lacqueline Wenger, Lura Powell. Memorial Committee Marinus DeBruyn, Mildred Dean. TY COMMITTEES Program Committee Stewart Sage, lrmaruth Krapp, Mer- ton Klinker, Margaret DeWitt. Publicity Committee Bill Castor, Allen Stellingworth, Ed- mund Wasel, Carl Moline. Invitations Committee Hazel Andree, Iris Pomeroy. Checking Committee loe Balurnski, Mary Bazgunas, Ted Kolankowitz, Helen Razgunas, Alex Daswick, Stanley Majersak. Clean-Up Committee Louis Freas, Mary lohnston, Mildred Dean, Dorothy Wegner. Refreshments Committee lacob Oumedian, Olga Budzan, Nick Mikita, losephine Samrick. Orchestra Committee Carrie Bieschke, Lee Edkins, Keith Kirlcer. Senior Class Election Prettiest Girl .,.. Handsome-st Boy . Most Popular Girl . Most Popular Boy Class lnseparables Cleverest Girl . . Cleverest Boy . . Girl Athlete . . . Boy Athlete . . . Best All-around Girl Best All-around Boy . . Girl Fashion Plate Boy Fashion Plate Best Girl Dancer . Best Boy Dancer . Girl Pals .... . . Sally Alksnis . Bob Wilson . . Vivian Sly . . , Bob Klein . Violet Pavel Don Beasecker . Elizabeth Allen William Gutaskus . leanne Burnett . Kenneth Honholt lacqueline Wenger . . Bob I-loving . Carol Van Os . . Keith Kirker . . Frieda Hagir . lames Quinlan . Margaret Zeef Clarice DeBoer Boy Pals . . . Musician . Crooner . . Cutest Boy . Cutest Girl . Sheik . . . Loater . . . Bluff ..... Girl Scholar . . Boy Scholar . . Most Bashful Girl Most Bashful Boy Optimist , . . Pessimist . . . Comedian . Politician . . Salesman . Maurice Dengate Roger Nivala . Claude Meconis , . . Art Klein . . lohn Scholl . . lane Davis . Bill Fredrickson . . Leo Edkins . . loe Berkowitz Margaret Nagy . Duane Wessman . Gurlie Forsman . . Roy Heald . Norwood Hubbell Paul Schankermann Victor Greicaitis Ferdinand Ortowski Stan Ampulski s-flair!! L...--Q Aurora Stait Editor-in-Chiet . . . Margaret Nagy Girl Associate Editor . . , Lura Powell Boy Associate Editor . . William Gutaskus Art Editor . . . .... ' ,.,... Carl Moline Fellowship . . Mary Razgunas, Hazel Andree, Gurlie Forsman Work and Fun ......... lris Pomeroy, Lura Powell Service . . . Iosephine Samrick, Duane Wessman, Edward Petrovich Health Through Sports .... Iacqueline Wenger, Wallace lmhoif Assistants - Estelle Nowacki, Robert Blandford, Esther Crowley, Dorothy Miedema, Marie Hull, Carol Van Os, Robert Nogrady, Iohn Scholl, Vivian Koster, Rose Bergsma, Bob Hoving, Bill Dwight, Irene Baird, Helen lenkins, Bill Swietlik, Florence Olzewski, Estelle Cfrodus, Dorothy Vander Wertf, Betty Tulos, Kathryn Best, Donald Beasecker, Violet Favel, Richard Corner, Mildred Dean, Rosemary Kruizenga, Lois Groenleer, Helen Rozela, Margaret Ann Voss, Corinne Baer, Elizabeth Allen, Clara Dalebout, George Heim, Franklin Lohnes, Ed Wasel, Lloyd White, Stanley Ampulski. Business Manager ......... . Weston Lehr Circulation Manager . . Ioe Ver Wys ADVISERS Editorial . . Miss Myrtle Heseltine Art . . . . Miss Edith Barker Typing . . Miss Clarissa Richardson Business . . Mr. Arthur I. Avery M xwqr. Q, 3,1 will 1 EQWQ. '44 ".' 'gf U ZZ'--v QQ 1 . 41.1 ., ly3Q..f'- A A V ' Q "Q ' I A 'si , I Y. 'Q flu, ,R-i V .. Xi., A Y. L:-V 'qty I Q., Q .ir ,L A37 L,,- J 'I - ' uv., , .LJ F1-wi, af, lj Q. L A"' , M it QQ? g les? - 1:4 V- uf.. 4 V ik . , l Q -,wi Q A if - f,..A -ff A ' 1 . . A 1 fr en - it 44 1 ,V A ging! A - X "V-1 . ?'?1A6A 'is E it i A .gf r 4, X.: i . .. . 1 .Q- r1" ' A A AAi 1 A 3 ., of fin-REMIGN ff'1.b4f!i'1-fi-I1-af- w -1 ' , iii J it . y lt 1 1 i if ' 1 l ? X I 4 4 l A ,v l 1 A . iii --M 5, Eff .sans-.z l 52' -: 1 .t K if f' gt, it i .- if 5-QU T A . ..,v- :V IF A f.- U' v .:'. V C, ls. -"4 X, HQ ' 'Tl A .E 1 . ft J, 'A ,I Q y ' l i-: -Qq :ive rrjzz, U Q S. .xi F' T 1 A R ls T l 1 1 rs aw ",A 2Lf?Ll.,,Y . il A egg A XX l i N ' r A . gi f, I Q , - ,A s It QA- 1 ' , F15 D All 'tag' g I V . 1 M 1 g 4 " ' ' l 9 i A M ,- JJ VU, gli ' x D.: z ,, l i Chronicle September 8. 1935 - Sunburned students make an eager rush for tall activities on the beginning day of school. September to November - We yell ourselves a "little horse" at football games. October 1-Z - The Press Club gets busy to find 1,000 subscriptions for the REFLEC- TOR and sponsor two assemblies. October 8-9 - Student Council elects its new president amid assemblies. October 24 - Oohl CThat's the owl in yon treell The girls' eighth annual Witches' Gombol, November 7 - Union goes native! Young Bear, Sioux Indian, whoops it up at an assembly. November 15-16 - The Iunior Class gets acquainted at its first party. We all sail away to danceland at the Student Coun- cil's Pleasure Cruise, November 21 - The seniors aren't going to let the juniors get away with any- thingg so they "gala all" to the Senior Get-Together after Wearing name tags all day. November 27 - We hobble at the Turkey Strut. December 14 - The Spanish Club goes festive and sponsors the annual Christmas party. December 19-20 - Reverent students sit silent at Mr. Reuben Smiths v-ersion of the Christmas play, directed by Mr. Stanley Albers. Chronicle December 2 - February 22 - Our city championship basketball team goes atter victories. Ianuary 17. 1936 - The Iunior High goes Chinese and sponsors an Oriental opera. February 13-14 - We play rich With "The Million- aire," the first senior play. February Z0 - The Community Council feed their followers at the Patriotic Banquet. Profits to help redress the band. March 11 - The N.H.S. takes in seventeen new, proud members and serves tea to strutting parents. April 3-4 - "Round Up" on the West Side, Everybody comes to town. April 25 - The night when everyone waltzes. The junior class presents the Prize Waltz party, April 30 - May 1 - The second senior play, "Thru The Keyhole," makes a grand hit. May 9 - We continue dancing at the Bal Moderne. May I5 - The juniors get generous and in- vite us to the annual Prom. We don our bestl May 23 - - We humor the tootball boys at the Varsity Club Frolic. May 26-27 - Students are honored at award assemblies. Iune 4 - With eyes lull ot tears we bid good-bye to Alma Mater and face the "cold, cruel World" With our weapons, the diplomas, and our chins upl ,155 1, ,K .. Q 4 I ' " Y i by . g 'f -if? Y .avi ,-.3--3,5 -W , , . 1: ,Q N ,-.gzip . .,, ,L 2: .. " L' LI- L, -Q23-is y fl.-,Q r f. 5 ig ' ' -' iQf4f.z-,g pg :"Q-ide' 5"..z'1'1.i+...4. h :9?fl'T"4'.' 4 . 'fla 4 ' fe'-1, I.Ef .. ,A , ...- Q L .. y fx' wx ' x 5, FfifA"2ft" ' ' 'f , 1 ,, . , Q ,fix ' te . Il' ti! .. , , ...,,,,,... , t I " V . "5-1252! , . " ' V' Q35-wa, , .'g:1., 'rf-E122-j:f3PQ'i-I ' " aw- -' 1.-1 f ,. :A-K l'-ii2:Ii..::f:1.g:f'1,' 1 E232--,-"'2:Z. 6 Y? 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Oh, how we'll miss our happy days, The halls and stairs and classrooms dear: ln mem'ry every hour we'll keep And treasure every moment here. Chorus: Behind us far, we leave your halls But thoughts of you will guide each deed. For you we hope to win always, We aim in each task to succeed. Music by lack Sonneveldt Words by Iacqueline Wenger and Lura Powell F Class Will We, the exalted Senior Class of the institution known as Union High School, located in the city of Grand Rapids, County of Kent, in the State of Michigan, in the United States of America, on the Continent of North America, in the Northern Hemisphere, on the Planet Earth, of the Solar Sys- tem, in the Third Dimensional Uni- verse 475693B, in the Year of Our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-six, be- ing of sound mind and body, do be- queath to our heirs the following arti- cles and requisites: Whereas: To the candidates for senior president, we leave the platform of co-educational session rooms which is sure to elect any candidate. Whereas: To the city in general and the school in particular, we leave the material for one championship football team, Whereas: To the juniors, the privi- lege of looking at their pictures and using the language they so desire. 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' - 5.-1:g,:,li' ., -', . ki H14 su : 5: - V :gf- H . 3 " 1 EQ. f x School ls Life 0 Realizing the necessity of establishing a happy medium between the cultivation of Work and play, this school through its many classes and organizations offers opportunities to the students to achieve a healthful balance. A more extensive field of learning, gleaned from actual experience and study, supplements the once important drill of the three Rs. To be able to work and enjoy our Work, we must select that type of vocation for which we, as indi- viduals, are best suited. Through the many courses offered here we are able to acquaint ourselves with the fundamentals of the Work We have selected as a vocation. Courses are offered in college preparation, science, business, shop, and home economics in addition to those stimu- lating appreciation of the fine arts, music, litera- ture and art. Our personalities are expressed and often found through our leisure-time interests, therefore it is essential that time and care be given to the cultivation of beneficial hobbies and cultural en- tertainment. This aim is carried out through class as Well as through extra-curricular activi- ties. Each organization promotes a definite kind of leisure-time occupation, such as stamp collecting or the study of French, yet each strives to create an atmosphere of harmony among the students. Their doings are supervised by competent in- structors who are interested in the students and give their time freely for the work of the club. The student Who takes advantage of these many opportunities is well equipped to leave the class room and seek higher knowledge from life in the World outside. "Cut Your Hcrggling. Will Ye Give?" Van Driel, Van't l-loll, Ampulski, Bieschlce, Ournedian Drabinski, Wentzloot, Vesota, Oumedian, Rivard, Schuer Miss Potter, DeWitt, Wagner, Baird, Zindel, Matthews Szcezepaniak, Czakowslu, Efficiency and rapidity are the two impor- tant reauisites tor those seeking positions in the commercial world, No longer are slow or inaccurate clerks, stenographers, or ac- countants tolerated. This school otlers op- portunities whereby students may acquire speed and accuracy through intense study The ireauent speed tests given in shorthand and typing enable students to compare their individual standards with class and national standards. ln retail selling classes, many' ot the clerks and shopkeepers ol tomorrow are prepared through demonstrations, actual shopping, clerlqing, and study, to enter into the field oi retailing intelligently. P Pride and ambition may transiorm com- mercial training into a useful and practical pastime. To be able to buy or sell intelli- gently, keep accurate, neat accounts, take speedy notes, and type eiiiciently are im- portant practical personal assets. Because commercial work is important vocationally and practically in lite, it is a necessary department in our curriculum, Pen-Pushers Quinlan, Morris, Greicaitis, Scrasonteko, Mr Avery lsrsiazkiewicz Edkins lacobs, Kruizen a Vachel, Krac . , V Q , - yiewiski, Majerczak, Palma, Roh, Barnes, Sirr1rns,Zsylcoslc1, Radziewicz. Commercial "Turkey Tracks" Malizia, Miss Richardson Clnstructort, Kruizenga, Gle- zewslii, Clay, Morris, Fuliring, Nagy, Tulos, Groenleer, Dalebout, Ohanesion, Konszalslci, Stehouwer, Schuur, Centilla, Robinson, Haan, Hoogerhyde. Educated Fingers Krem, Burgstahler, Longfellow, Bieschl-ze, Stellard, Roden- house, Rusch, Miller, Duner, Palma, Dutlziewicz, Furman, Wietsma, Posthumus, Gillis, Langnalc, larvi, Baer, Ruster, Andree, Post, Beklcering, Samrick, Miss Richardson, Tulos, Nagy, Voss, Czarnopy, Anderson, Worbec, Nawrocki, Sundstrom, Cuson, Roberson, Vlug, Osterhaven, l-lomrich. s N s I 5 E i Languages "Ubi tu Gaius. ego Gaia!" Beaseclcer, Barstis, Krem, Early, Stellard, Dalebout, Nagy, Budzan, Rusch, Dean, Sly, Sweitlik, Miller, Groenleer fpresidentl, Powell, Van Os, Pomeroy, and Miss Blake Kadviserl. 3 , Elif "These Tempestuous Frenchmenln Favel, Kabeza, Lindholm, Ribbens, Zachariason, Stone, Olman, Rigiero, Chapel, luntenun, Konzalski,Miss Scholes Cinstructorl. El Club Espanol Hayes, Daukza, lackson, DeSchipper, Holmes, Brandou, Tetslotf, Bush, Ambrose, Easarabski, Ohanesian, Gor- nisiewicz, Kupesha, Matoski, Greenfield, Rogapski, Mazurek, Iacobs, Miss Carpenter, Balys, Seaholm, Def Harootunian, Glowzynski, Stoll, Grooters. "England Expects Every Man to Do His Duty" Miss Thomasma, Dalebout, Dean, Tulos, Groenleer, Wenger, Nagy, Davidson, Pomeroy, Sundstrom, White, Burgstahler, Vander Weril, Budzan, Langland, lohnson, Lampert, Corner, Beasecker, Simmons, Koster, Glowzyn- ski, Zimnowski, and Czakowski. A picture of a typical English battleship is the temporary center of interest in the English literature class, portrayed above. lt is in classes such as these that Unionites learn to appreciate the beauty ot the Eng- lish language and its literary masters. Members of the Latin Club, having donned typical Roman costumes amidst not so typi- cal Roman surroundings, are seen enacting a Roman wedding. One oi those fierce duels, for which the French were once noted, is being drama- tized lor the benefit of French students. The Spanish club is probably the most active language club. lts main activity is the annual La Fiesta L'Espanola, a dance given near Christmas to show the Spanish way ot celebrating this holiday. Miss Florence Parsell is illustrating the costumes worn in a German production ot "The Oberammergauu to members ot the German club. "Der Deutsche Verein" Lomker, Shreve, Fuhring Cpresidentl, Bustraan, Allison, Admazalc, Lampert, Zezul, Hanson, Sinkler, Wasilewski, Thrope, Stein, Vashel, Cook, Miss Parsell, Leitelt, Van Dam, Miss Zur Muehlen Cadvisorl. . w Disciples oi Accuracy Spurgat, Hage, Wilson, Dean, Baker, Botwinski, Blas- kiew, Hazewinkle, Werner, Pavel, Razgunas, Pomeroy, Nink, Miss Atwood linstructorl. Strange as it may sound, the fact that ac:627A:23U 30' seems to interest quite a large group of students at Union Or per- haps they take the subject only because it's required for those who plan to be en- gineers or mathematic teachersl Aspiring nurses, doctors, chemists, and engineers come into contact with general laboratory work in the chemistry classes offered at Union The course introduces the students to regular routine work which will be of value later on l-low to balance a budget, and how to earn a living are two important problems dealt within the economics course. Stu- dents planning to take up some form of business will find a course in economics a welcome aid. Perseverance will enable these "air-mind- ed" students to develop skill in their hobby- work. ln recognition of their fine work, they were presented with a cup at the last an- nual contest. "Wright You Are!" Kuennan, Van Dam, Cedarquiest, Wieck, Beyer, Gray, Hill, Wisse lPres.l, Mr. Redemski laclviserl. , iss-ia lntricacies Shades of Solvay Nowacki, Allen, lohnson, Dwight, Swietlik, Dubis, Belda, Hinman, Smith, lohnston, Koclconowski, Manni, Nycamp, Hazarnus, Fudge, Botwinski, Stapleton, La Brenz, Rynders, Sauerberg, Zuirdinis, Mr. Kennedy linstructorl. ,S Z in Perplexities Choals, Baker, Gray, Swietlilz, Sage, Stank, Davidson, Groenleer, Boss, Kueick, Mr. Albers liristructorl. Music Hath Charms .... Werner, Van Ess, Razmus, Stevens, Lohnes, Dempsey, Word, Swietlilz, Sage, Freas, Stapleton, Strous, Kowraclc Trendt, Gommeson, Westberg, Luyendyk, Heyer, Scully Smith, Loucks, Martz, Gayman, Robbins, Sweet, Klein Williams, Posthumus, Wessman, Williams, Rigiero, Rob inson, Sneden, Mester, Brandow, Rafferty, Souliup, Schmitt, Miss Best, instructor, and others. The mixed chorus, the boys' glee club, and the girls' glee club, aided by a few representatives from the instrumental de- partment, combine to make the annual lanuary concert a decided success, A well- received feature this year was a trio ot girls who sang several compositions written by Miss Best, instructor. The girls of our vocal department appear in attractive white uniforms trimmed with red buttons for concerts. These groups have performed occasionally at assemblies, and the mixed chorus received many favorable comments when it took part, along with other choruses from schools of the city, in the carol service at Fountain Street Church last Christmas. A solo class for promising vocalists is an interesting musical development recently originated by Miss Florence Best, vocal teacher. Students are given the oppor- tunity to sing in assemblies. "Give a Man cr Horse He Can Ride!" Morris, Vander Sys, We-ssman, Ortowski, Swietlila, Lohnes, Posthurnus, Pocze, Sauerber, Van Allsberg, Westberg, l-leubner, Freas, Maloney, Furhman, White, Wielhouwer, Best. Cn Wings Sweet Singers Sauerberg, Verhey, Youngs, Winslzi, llierni, Ensign Deliorver, lurewicz, Roetman, Furhman, Bergsma, Scully Rudolph, Lamperf, Williams, Wentzloff, Kulrnacz McClellan, Ver Veer, Misner, Bush, Dysart, Wild, Stein Krosschell, Race, Vander Sys, lohng, Conti. "Yol Ho! Blow the Man Down!" Haynes, Swart, Mester, Rinehart, White, Vander lagt Gommesen, Sage, lelterna, DeVos, Van Ess, Maxon Prince, Corner, Williams, Bouwens, Strause, Verhey Fredriclcson, Seaholm, Lindholm, Markell, Rose, Barstis Wessman, Burke, Blandford, Posthumus, Wile, Barnes Maxon, Crowley. 1 "We'11 Huff and We'11 Pull!" Adomat, Antflink, B e r n h o l t z, Bruggink, Cederquist, DeVos, Fry, Gierock, Groenleer, Hall, Haskins, Hayne- Hornbeck la.ob'on, lerezon, hn on Kataa Ed , C s . Io is , 1 , win, Mitchell, Niewadomski, Pera, Richards, Rose-rnan, Rothe, Schneider, Sharphorn, Sie-bert, Spurgot, A. Stehouwer, VV Stehouwer, A. Urbon, I. Urbon, Vander Kuyl, Van Ess, Maldigain, Von Destinon, Vtfallin, Ward, White, Mr Fry- logle. Symphony CPD Apkarian, Baer, Bernholtz, Braciak, Brown, Carlson, Castor, Dempsey, Groenleer, Gieroch, Hall, Hay, Hook, R, laniak, Kataja, A. laniak, Klamplerer, Larson, Lipinski, Lindberg, Moore, Nykamp, Osterhaven, Russell, Reiner, F. Sweeney, E Sweeney, Sharphorn, A. Urbon, I. Urbon, Van Dyken, Von Destinon, Viktaravich, Wallin, Wilkinson, 'Winsk1, White, Frytogle. "The Light Fantastic" Castor, Wapner, Cuson, Heeringa, Sage, Burnett, Blash kiew, Kondrat, Berkowitz, Czubi, Vtforobec, Sly, Van ' Zanten, Sachs, Riener, Glowzynski, Kirker, Burnet, lohfi l son, Rudolph, lackin, Centilli, Larnpert, Butts, Milanow ski, Carsok, Freas, Hillman, Olson. Our instrumental department also adds pep to the work-and-tun lite at Union. The band is indispensable at football games, and it also does its spirited bit at assem- blies, parades, and holiday occasions Through the ettorts ol the Union High Come munity Council, we hope soon to see our band arrayed in new uniforms. Our orches- tra turnished music in the Pantlind Hotel ballroom lor the Midwest Physical Educaf tion Association dinner, and its annual spring concert is a genuine event ot the secs ond semester. Athough the French Club often expresses its gaiety in songs ol the French tongue, it is not primarily a musical organization. lt sponsors assemblies and presents dramati- zations to bring the people and customs of France a little closer to us. "Alouette" Davidson, E. laniak, R laniak, llauialis, L Wessrnan, D Wessman, lormol, Zachariason, Lindholm, Smith, Burk Stone, Kline, Ferwerda, Carsok, Walendziak, Razguna Miss Scholes, ,A-dnniauu Beauty Must Suffer Zagumny Van Zanten Ciucci, Beurkens, Boone, Hull Northedge Bate I-leeringa Luyendyk, DeGroot, Mokrig Willard Rays Gilchrist Randall, Kraai, Mclsenithan Ludwick Poselenzny Kochanowski, Milanowski, Kudliclci, Konczalslci Leedy Buzynslci Allen, Burnita, Flayzinski, H Oleyntczalt S Olejniczak Wieck, Miss Dockeray, in- And This ls the Land! lan ma DeBoer DeMeester Dysart, Early, I-leeringa, Barkley Glow ynslci luagitis Lohnes, Karsakas, Knoll, Girls in the ranks ot the armyl True, but they are not out tor military training. They are out to inspire a chivalrous attitude among the B OT C boys. The girls benetit by the social opportunities open to them. The course in personal regimen has aided many girls in discovering their own per- sonalities Grooming health, leisure interests, and other personal subjects are discussed. Many students have learned to tace and address an audience with ease, to develop poise and to cultivate finer speaking habits in the public speaking classes. Bible narrative a one-year course, awak- "T, ens in the students an appreciation of the Bible as a true literature. Through the assistance ot Miss Dorothy lane Farr and Miss Harriet Schroder, sight conservation students are able to prepare Determination Chernoby Postma Miss Farr instructor, Best, Zimmerman. Personal Betterrnent Attention! Mains, Voss, Rhode, Bagerio, Veltman, Krombeen, Porcu- pile, Robinson, Spell Binders Petrovich, Bergsrna, N. Leedy, Burnett, Choals, Vlug Vander Werll, Wietsma, S. Leedy, Stank, Kirkwood, Bruggink, Van Wyk, Bergman, Grygorczyk, Mr. Albers, instructor. . . I wwe Ll Hobbies Anticipating? Petrovitch, Roseman, Wielhouer, Dohm, lrlage, Vander Zwaag, Gomensen, Mr. Stiehl, adviser. And What Would Michcrelangelo Think? DeGrandi, Forsman, Bergsma, Stone, DeVries, Balulis, Zachariason, Verhey, lmhoil, l-lighhouse, DeBoer, Rhode, Maline, Portfleet, Nogrady, Vikloravich, Miss Barker, in- structor. Book Worms! l White, Vanderjagt, Richards, Orkin, Olsewski, O'l-learn, I Dean, Porsman, Kirker. A Stitch in Time Serves Nine Van Den Bos, Del-loan, Velte, Klimaviey, Chanesian, Sly, Pozelenzny, Lampert, Sweeny, Pavel, Van Os, Baker, Van Zanten, Sarog, lansrna, Ver Hage, Dalebort, Hubbell, lenlcins, Sperry, 0'Hearn, Orlcin, Zagumny, Matthews, Zindel, DeYoung, Malinowslci, Clsyewski, Zaremba, Tloezynski, Groenleer, Miss Howson, instructor, Members of the Chess Club, a recent or- ganization at Union, are taught the funda- mentals of the game. Each year they enter the new Inter-high Chess Tournament. The purpose of the art classes is to de- velop appreciation of art, love of beauty, and preparation for art careers. Although the library serves extensively as a place of reference, it is used to an even greater extent for leisure-reading purposes. This year our work in clothing has been enlarged to include personal problems, as well as the fundamentals of sewing. The cheer leaders are beneficial to the school in arousing school spirit. They them- selves gain in poise and ease when they are before the public eye. Stand Up cmd Cheer! N. Leedy, Porcupile, Van Driel, Priedrick, S. Leedy, Czoubaj, Nivala, Berkowitz, Dengate, McKellar, Mr. Marckwardt, adviser, World lnterests Wcmna Sendcr Letter? Baker, Nink, Seeglink, LeBrenz, Mr. Stiehl, instructor. n-nuns-sup-ma lf. Unconstitutional? Miss lones, instructor, Nagy, Dalebout, Zinclel, Burke, Lindholm. Our Arguers Shanlcerman, Wielhouwer, DeBruyn, Scholl, Petrovich Mr. Albers, instructor. The students ot today interest themselves not only in the local affairs but also in international activities. The debating team discusses the current problems which con- tront the nations. This year's team Won the contest at Hope College and placed second in the city tournament. The government and civics classes study international relation- ships too. Among the extra-curricular activities that carry us around the world are the Audubon Club and the newly formed Stamp Club. The Audubon Club has been organized or long time. The original purpose was to en- able many ot the girls who were not par- ticipating in any ot the clubs to take part in extra activities. As the club progressed they took up the study ot birds and their migrations. The collections made by the Stamp Club, which was started this year, enabled the boys to become acquainted with the famous people, places, and holidays ot the many nations. Our Fine Feathered Friends Early, Kowalski, Basarabski, Holmes, Matson, lewett Dean, Lampert, Daulcza, L. Bialk, D. Bialk, Milanowski Dysert, Lindberg, Buclzan, Serdynski, Iasaitis, Luyendyk Keno, DeSchipper, Vanden Bos, Czaykowski, Miss Crotser instructor. All Pals Together The Ournedian twins, Frederickson, Drabinski, Vander- laan, Klien, Nivala, Blashkiew, Neuman, Miller, Elling- son, May. Fellowship among students is developed as they share hobbies of the same nature. The Cosmopolitan Club, consisting env tirely of boys, goes in for many jolly-goodf fellow meetings. Swimming in the Y.M.C.A. pool once a week is its special hobby. The Sportsman's Club cultivates fellow- ship among boys who are interested in out- door sports. Their chief interests are fish- ing and hunting. ln the picture they are making tackle under the skilful direction of Mr. Clayton Bazuin, science teacher. The girls of the Home Economics Club gather for a quite different cause, The mem- bers of this organization are particularly in- terested in learning the domestic and social graces that make for lovely home-making. The girls' athletic club, the G.U.C., has for its members girls having athletic numerals or letters. This group seeks to further higher standards of health and to promote sport activities. Union Dicmcrs Meyer, Koster, Bergsina, Andree, Olee, Lapham, Wenger, Turetsky, Sacks, Schneider, Kasuba, Reimer, Porcupile Wilson, Mains, Kowalizyn, Worobec, Kartz, Sly, president Orkin, Ragir, Renshaw, Roh, Friedrick, luntunen, Castor, Mrs. Howe, lasaitis, Johnson, Miss MacDonald, Bradley Lampert, Batts, Hooper, Carsok, Verheek, Dane, Zieziul Honholt. -154 Fellowship Fish, Beware! Moline, Seeglenk, Fudge, Swietlik, Bergelaitis, Blazak Stevens, Rothenberger, Young, Stevenson, Hinman Hornbeck, Bergman, Nykamp, Verner, Barendregt, Mr Early, Mr. Bazuin, advisers, ra A Home Makers Mieras, Cucci, Budzan, Serdynski, Van Zanten, Tloczyn- ski, Palma, Essenwein, Miss Traut, adviser. Crafts Bancuk, Thorndill, Sohota, Van Der Meer, Czouskos, Boura, Pakula, Klein, Shafer, Rice, Miller, Wentzloff, Dean, Del-laan, Freclrickson, Willard, Mr. Marckwardt, instruc- tor. "The Smith cx Mighty Man Is He" Bialk, Kretowicz, Koprowski, Larnosiewicz, Maylan, Mr McLean, instructor. 'What could be more life-like and com- monplace than the carpenter learning the use of that ever-appearing carpenters rule, the machinist obtaining the art of wielding his wrench, the artist studiously flipping his pallet-knife, the mechanic endeavoring to assemble a smooth-running motor, the elec- trician wonderingly probing with skillful yet timid fingers, the chef experimentally dab- bing with his spoon, the draftsman giving his compass a cautious whirl, and the metal worker whaling the life out of a red-hot chunk of iron with a heavy sledge? lt is easy to see that these courses are a great factor in the educational training of high school youths. They tend to promote a feeling of pride for ones work. The mind is trained along with the hands. They open new fields in which young people can enter after they are out of school. Who knows but that the mechanical drawing class may be the stepping stone for some great de- signer or architect, that auto or electric may We'll Fix 'eml l Van Portfliet, Klampferer, Albright, Rubing, Waleszkie i wiez, Van Syoe, Anderson, Niedzwiecki, Wagner, Mlynar , czyk, Lamosiewiez, Pietrzylc, Betting, Schulte, Mr. Vree t land, instructor. What, No Lefthcmded Monkey Wrench? K Y E H vwvvw Sherwood, Kareckas, Lugithud, Zdybel, Molder, Schulte, 5 :- Kruistowski, Biclgood, Adams, Smedes, Ruczynski, Leitelt, f Wisseslzi, Housernan, Sherwood, Remar, Shay, Mr. Pearn, instructor. Hello, Everybody! This IS1- Mazurek, Den Braber, Hansma, Kulesha, Little, Maylan, Omelian, Barstis, Berguist, Mr. Howe, instructor. l produce a successful engineer, or that a famous illustrator may be developed under Miss Parsells direction? But then, too, these types of courses are the breeding place for hobbies, lt has been said that the American, whether he is a banker, a business man, or a day laborer, has not yet learned how to play. What could be a better place to spend ones leisure time than at a workbench tinkering with a motor or building some small piece of furniture for your home? What could be of greater use on a hunting or fishing trip than a good cook? Union is teaching its young how to playl As to the practical uses of the various courses, they are unlimited. Think of the convenience of having an electrician in your home or a mechanic to repair your car any time some little thing goes wrong. So, after all, shops are essential to the high school curriculum. Look Who's in the Dough! Merryrnan, Sutter, Krieger, Ourneclian, Patrick, Quinlan, Dilley, Schnieder, Wysocki, Mrs. Slaght, instructor. Skills Where Architects Are Made Friday, Visota, Post, Richards, Korsikas, Hull, Gelwich Kirkwood, Dempsey, Flickinger, R. Bennett, Hall, Masal ski, lonick, lirolil-cowski, W. Bennett, Bustraan, Fry, Oos dyke, Kalee, Trendt, Chase, Mallette, Grant, Mr. Reynders instructor X I "ax-.ai t Y-if Our Future Cezcmnes Reynders, Piso, Kurnpelis, Ampulski, Serdynsky, lewett, Reed, Moore, Boonstra, Ruminski, Samiec, Kelly, Scully, Miss Parse-ll, instructor, Honors Bottoms Up Mrs. Forsmcin, Miss Allen, Rusch, Moore, Wentzloif, Rev. l-lelsley, Fctvel, Mr. Everest, Petrovich, DeBruyn, Miss Scholes, Miss Richardson. I Pledge Allegiance Miedemcx, Miller, Davidson, Kurtylcci, Moore, Rdzgunos, Dubis, Bergsmci, Busch, Goiser, Lcimpert, Forsmcin, Wentz- loff, DeBruyn, Morris, Becisecker, Osterhcxven, Petrovich, Ortowski, Fcivel, Miss Thomdsmci, Pomeroy, Powell, Nagy, Rdzguncis, Gutdskcrs, Von Der Werff, Andree, Wenger, Krcrpp, Allen, Scirnrick, Heruth. Potential Geniuses? Miss Perschbcicker, Pocze, Hcige, Moline, Vcin Der Werff Somrick. ln tribute to or well-loved former English teacher whose deep understcinding ctnd orp- preciottion of student tctlent inspires this honor, the Christine M. Keck cxwcfrds ore presented ornnuotlly to students who evi- dence creotive cibility in crny field whether it be crrtistic, scientific, or mctnuoil. Recognizing their outstotnding lecrdership, scholcirship, chctrotcter, ond sincerity, seven- teen new members, in ciddition to the six- teen forrner inernbers, crre enrolled in the Union High School Chcrpter of the Ncrtionoll Honor Society, on orgonizottion representing the highest idecils of young Americot. Rev. Chots. W. Helsley of the Eotst Con- gregcxtioncil Church spoke ctt the ctnnucil honor crssembly in Morrch on the vctlue ond irnportomce of this society to posterity. Fol- lowing the oddress, ct teci wos given by the fciculty for the new members crnd their potrents. 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V. -- ...Im-' V-.14 - F-. w ' "1 . A H 1 'f Y -'f Hi? r- ff f x - A, ..., 1.-,..:'.,,, .A -L' .:. ,,.'. - ,- 1 .P '4'r.S'1.'. V:-' . -. .1 a n I Vr .1 I fx r r' -' ..- N THE ANNUAL . AURORA Iune, 1936 VoIume Twemyffive wnmvgw 1--gf Q- -wm 4-.1 -+V fx.-.Q-ar " 'V 'l""!'9H.."'1'W'1'?1"1"'r rj" .,.,,',,,,., Mlm.. . ww. ,,.f,,g.v:x- I .- ,K -. ,,,...,,,?,,?,,C,T,,,,,,,!j,.. ,. 1-xf vppwgyegrw-1 Y, -- -1 1:7 ver wffqwtvxf---N1-: 4- '-:ix f E S UNION I-IIGI-I SCHOOL ' GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN School ls Life I The activities of the school which appear under the title of Service have as their goal the training of students to be good citizens. Union performs many of the functions neces- sary to a progressive community, but these functions are naturally on a much smaller scale than they are in the outside world. Through their participation in these functions, students become conscious of their future civic and social responsibilities. A student not only stimulates the 'llife of the school" with his ideas and aspirations but the school appears in a newer light when he too is a part of it. Each year natural-born leaders are dis- covered hidden in the folds of the various clubs. Small executive groups, which deter- mine and supervise the policies of the numer- ous organizations, are composed of these leaders. Awards presented to the seniors who have served their school the most express Union's appreciation for their contribution to the spirit and life at Union. Many students acquire actual business ex- perience at Union. When they are serving, they learn the secret of mingling with various types of people, initiative, and the willingness to cooperate with others - all valuable attri- butes for successful vocational and social life. The seniors of 1936 hope that they have con- tributed somewhat to the structure of "School Life" at Union and pledge themselves to do far more in the world that they are now enter- ing. Two Future Leading Citizens Principal Everest, Margaret Nagy, Donald Beasecker. Awards are presented each year to the senior boy and girl who are outstanding in leadership and scholarship. These students each receive the Dillingham Memorial Cup named in honor of Mr. Gurney O. Dillingf ham, tormer faculty member distinguished for a lifetime of service to the school. Gold Keys are presented each year to a limited number of seniors who have proved themselves leaders in extra- curricular ac- tivities and at the same time have main- tained a satisfactory scholarship record. The senior boy who is distinguished for his fine character is presented with a cup by the I-li-Y Club. . The ROTC. boys pictured here are the city champions in marksmanship. Four ot these boys are on the Hearst Trophy Team, which consists ot tive boys trom the entire city. They Hit the Spot Cadet Staff-Sergeant Sobotka, Cadet 2nd Lieut. Lane, Cadet Private Flagler, Cadet Staff-Sergeant Shackelton, Cadet lst Lieut. Fredrickson, Cadet 2nd Lieut. Stellingf Worth. Awards Dependable Boy lohn Scholl and Mr. Reynders, Keys to Success! Principal Everest, Vanderlagt, Petrovich, Nagy, Scholl Wenger, Wessman, Van Der Wertt, Forsman, Andree tab- sent i Berlcowitzl, Reflector Copy Everything In? Wessrnan, Heirn, Forsman, l-loving, lmhott, Nogr Gutaslzas. tl ,QQ l sara? REHECTOR Buswrzs OFFICE A -6. Talking It Over Greicaitis, Scholl, Iuntunen, Nink, Long, Siebert, Belda. Deadline Rush - Matson, Blandford, Andree, Miss Heseltine, La Brenz ' Dwight, Balys, DeBruyn, Iarka, larvi, Kondrat, Gray, Hau man, Friedrich, Emperor, What the Press and Herald are to Grand Rapids, the Reflector is to Union. Through it, the students and taculty are kept in- torrned ot the activities ot the school and surrounding community. Each week, the editorial statt with the aid ot its adviser, Miss Myrtle l-leseltine, ei- deavors to provide Unionites with tresh, lively copy. The Work is then turned over to the printers who do their bit to rnake a good-looking and accurate paper. Distribu- tion is ably taken care ot by a business stall, who place within the subscribers hand the completed Reflector, a paper truly "ot the students, by the students, and tor the students." The accompanying pictures show the Re- flector in its three stages: the actual writing, printing, and distribution. Hot from the Press Roe-rsma, Lietbroer, Mr. Guy, Kurtyka, Casper, Hooge wind, Deloott, Lehr. Will It Work? Miss Blake, Mr. Stiehl, Mr. Voss, Mr. Everest, Oumedian, Palma, Long, Miss Thomasma, Mr. Meyering, Mr. Mander ville, Mr. Zoet, Mr. Early, Mr. Erytogle, Miss Scholes, Miss Carpenter, Omeidian, Miss Zur Meuhlen, Miss McDermott, Miss Smallidge, Osterhaven, Miss Mann, Hubbell, Fred- rickson, Vander Iagt, Zimmerman, Petrovich, Berkowitz, Mr, Bazuin, Mr. Guy. The Union l-ligh Community Council is composed of business men and citizens of the west side, Union faculty, and students, This council is a new organization, lts first project was the Patriotic Banquet, the pur- pose of which was to help refdress the hand. , its second undertaking was the "Bound Up." The Ways and Means Committee is made up only of faculty and students. This com- mittee, the second largest in the school, is interested in financing the athletic equip- ment installed on the Ninth Street Eield. Five movies were presented every two weeks during the spring term to help this group further its plans. The picture on this page depicts the popularity of those movies, and the cooperation given to the commite tee by the students. Chalk displays, announcements, and ticket sales are among the many advertising details the Athletic Council takes care of for all athletic events during the year. Future Financiers? Lamberts, Bednarz, Sufochek, Zappa, larvi, Bush, Klinker, Berkowitz, Antonirti, Honholt, Palma, DeVries, Olnazak, Miss Smallidge, Felfeski, Posthumus, Blok 'la-r . Civic Service Round Table Discussions Osterhaven, Berkowitz, Miss Smallidge, Mr Bazuin, Mr Marckwardt, Mr, Everest, Mann, Mr Albers, Hubbell Miss McDermott, Going to the Movies i Edkins, Boonstra, Klein, Vande-rlagt, Macky, Berinat, Lossing, Bockiki, Urzaski, Ampulski, Rymar. School Service "Follow the Glecrm" Laban, Verl-ley, Tulos, Dilley, Groenleer, Szczepaniuk, Van Os, Rodenhouse, Stellard, Dale-bout, Samriclc, Sly, Burgsthaler, Del-laan, Bekkering, Lampert, Van Der Werft, Budzan, Burnett. Builders oi Character Standing i Mr. Reynders, adviser, Beaseclcer, Mr. Smith, adviser, Scholl, Blandford, Warner, Kreiger, Haynes Morris, Posthumus, Groenleer, Wilson, Seated - Burke Petrovich, Swietlik, Vander Iagt, Reynders, Botwinslzi, Kalanowitz, Meeker, Deliorne, Ortowslci, Boss, Stellinge worth, Vander Veen, Fry. Union's Lawmakers Edkins, Wielhouwer, Misner, Bradley, luntunen, Long Shankerman, Miss Mann, Petrovich, Koster, Gaiser Miedema, Meyers, DeBruyn, Scholl. To build character through physical, mental, and moral training and to develop leadership are the aims ot many school organizations. Among these is the Student Council whose members develop, through actual training, executive ability and leader- ship. This club is the lawmaking body ot the school and is composed ot students who are representatives ot their session rooms. lt is the aim ot both the Girl Reserves and the l-li-Y Clubs to serve others and to be- come better neighbors through their social contacts. The Girl Reserves Club is under the guidance ot the YWCA, and the l-li-Y Club of the YMCA. Members ol these clubs endeavor to improve themselves mentally and morally by having programs which in- clude helptul talks given by people who understand and point out the ideals and aspirations ot youth. The highlight ot the year was the Girl Reserves - Hi-Y roller- skating party held early in March. The above-mentioned clubs promote ser- vice to fellow classmates while the ROTC. stands tor service to one's country. "1-Xtten-shun!" Officers - Cadet Staff Capt, Zabel, Cadet Capt. Barkley Cadet Staff Lieut. Stellingworth, Cadet lst Lieut. Fred rickson, Cadet 2nd Lieut. Lane, Cadet 2nd Lieut, Ortwo ski with Company C. -6' "Let's Have an Amateur Program" Krapp, Lohnes, Principal Everest, Osterhaven, Pomeroy, Gutaslcus, Powell. Under the guidance of Principal Everest the assembly-planning committee provides interesting programs in the auditorium. The Union High Safety club was organ- ized eight years ago, by Miss Elizabeth Perrin, the adviser. The club has entered the Five-Year National Safety drive and is an active group in the work of the police headquarters of Grand Rapids. lts enthusi- astic members are interested in humane treatment and safety. The Red Cross club is a world-wide or- ganization desiring to promote peace and the welfare of all Through correspondence with other Red Cross members of foreign countries, the club has obtained information in regard to the economic and social condi- tions of those countries. Every year a con- vention is held in Chicago, to which this spring, for the first time, the club was able to send a delegate. The Humane Society was organized in November, l935, by Miss Lavina Laible. This group of junior high students has pro- vided the first grade children with oranges at various times as well as practiced and promoted kindness to animals. "Human Interest" Miss Laible, adviser, Westberg, White, Reiner, Wapner, Q. - ll I X, Social Service Safety Drivers Metzger, Cliiford, Zote, Cuttler, Ruster, Reiner, Barstis, Kraai, Edison, Biesche, DeVries, Barstis Lapin, Downer, Sonnevelt, Van't Hof, Schmitt, DeVries, laskiewciz, Zimmerman Lapharn Mohrog Bylsma 'L---T- ' wmv E 7559 17- .' W' , . Hit X' ,. ai: 1' lf Norman, Myrowitz. l Helping Hands Plum, Olee, Zimmerman, Olson, Oumedian, Witlcowski Oumedian, Hull, P llorthedge, V. Northedge, Zimmerman Sie-bert, Ver Wys Underclassmen What Do You Think? Settling the Situation Castor, Goosman, Bothee, secretary, Mangus Kalkofen, secretary, Stevens, boy treasurer, Balrer, vice- president, MES MCDGU-HOU' Gdviserj Wapnerl president, Rymarorwicz, president, Hayden, girl treas- Anderson' Vicevpresjdemi HGH, trecsurery urer, Miss Richardson, adviser, Mr. Early, adviser. Q Plans for a Party l Czubaj, president, Lindberg, secretary, Walzewski, girl 1 treasurer, Miss Atwood, adviser, Worobec, Simon, Down- ing, Shapiro, boy treasurer, Dysart, vice-president, Mat- l son, Early. Preparing for Work Olsen, chairman, Knutson, Roberson, Paulsen, Griffey, Peet, Gaunt. The groups on this page picturing fresh- men, juniors, and sophomore officers, ar- ranged in their respective class order, evi- dence how underclassmen are entering more and more into the activities of the school. All of them have organized groups, give parties, and enter vigorously into the major projects of the Community Council, Student Council, and Athletic Association, The lower left picture showing a student counsellor, who is a senior high student, ad- vising her pupils from the junior high grades reveals how the lower-grade stu- dents are prepared to attain higher marks and to make their lives in senior high school enjoyable and fruitful. ft I Going Out" Cooperation Tulos Early, Rietberg, Sage. Grandmother Heats All Forsrnan, Meconis, Greicaitis, Comrie, Koster, Davidson Van't Hoff, Quinlan, Barrows. "Do It This Way" Van Driel, Haan, Zimnaslci, Berkowitz, Wenger, Dilley, Kruizenga, Sonnevelt, Vander lagt, Albers. "Y'hecxve Ho. My Lads" Teliczian, Schrickel, Hubbell, Willard, Scholl, "Cooperation" can well be called the theme ot this page. The service squad, a student organization depicted in the picture at the upper left, cooperates by keeping students from leaving the building with- out permits, maintaining order in the halls and acting as an information bureau. That much cooperation is necessary tor the presentation ot a senior play is evi- denced by these scenes from our plays, two showing the casts and one showing back- stage work. Students who do not often get the publicity that the actors do but who are necessary for the successful presentation ot the play are those who handle the business Work. Money Makers A Search ior Books: or Is It Sweets? Leven, Carsok, Ampulski, Wygmans, Tammens, Wihf strom, Buckowing, Stankiewicz. "Let's loin the Crowd" Cuson, Rudolph, Czubaj, Burnet, Lampert. N.. Bread Line Bustroom, Wagner, Karpewicz, Wysocki, Baker, Deliorver Vlahandreas, Van Hoozenwoord, Der Harootunian, Hauze OT-learn, Allen, Nowaclci, Malizia, Razgunas. From these pictures an observer might think that We students certainly enjoy eat- ing, but isn't appetite natural for growing children? Senior students receive training in handling the cash register and balancing books too. The school store provides everything stu- dents might need from erasers to candy and neckties. lt is an exchange shop for books and also words of greeting. The by-stander sees the very busy junior high students and the very business-like seniors meet here for the same purpose. The sunlite dances help supply merriment and funds for clubs and societies of the school. lt is a place where acquaintances are made and friendships ripen. 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HV .1 Q .Y gig ,IQ R L Mein! 6 -4' I m- , 3 ',,'." Qi ' ig: v. 4 I' r 4 1 , 1 ' 1 "' f X V ' ,- Aww ,,l:m'.:L,-1' K . at 1' ,W-. f N I u I JH ig 1 J 1 I ?1f,J?a,f? Ii . :A 171 A , N 3,3 " , ' X .gi I A, 1' T ' A I U -If in 4 , Q. 'Qi ,A f ge A ,5.v4...NA9. ,1 , 1 L in H, Pg, 4 I 1' 1 IQ.. 9,11 53. ...3g1"' Tr A35.f..:' + L 4 4 - 211124 r - 455' ,J ,M -M , . . , 1 . . l . ll 1 WI!" . , . M, 37, . . . I4 . Mgxi gt. :':.4,-,,..::-:Z 4-.-CAM. v 6 .HJ 1 L - ' ' - ' ... 5.5,-Q' 'HQ' -,qi , ,gn , 3 N 1 1 " ' C -,t""1' ffnfil qi-:Is--"'j7'r'.-V1.1'..p---'x'2:4'g-- fi .. ug. To two favorite teachers of Unions students, Mrs. Elizabeth Slaght and Mr, Clayton Bazuin, we are happy to dedicate this l936 AURORA. Mrs. Slaght has long been associ- ated with Union l-ligh School, and her friendly and cheerful spirit has en- deared her to all. Her great interest in boys has shown itself in the organi- zation at Union of boys' foods classes fthe first in Grand Rapidsl. Her social and culinary art expresses itself in lovely teas for the teachers, luncheons for outside guests, and, most important of all, genuinely creative expression by her students in the preparation and serving of foods. To each succeeding class Mrs, Slaght has been the same warm, friendly adviser, By this dedi- cation we wish to acknowledge to her our appreciation of her practical and inspiring services to Union. Mrs. Elizabeth Slaght Dedication Mr. Clayton Bazuin Firmly established as one of our most prominent backers of school ac- tivities, Mr. Bazuin gives freely of his time for such projects as the school store, the school newspaper, and the Union High Community Council, l-le is actively interested in our students, who turn naturally and often to "Doc" for personal counsel. As an expression of our gratitude for his unfailing fairness and good-will, his firm stand for scholarship, leadership, service, and character, we also dedicate this AURORA to him. School ls Life 0 Advancing hand in hand with educational achievements is the interesting sports program for both boys and girls, with the emphasis placed not alone on the winning of the vari- ous activities but also on the development of the mental and physical health of the partici- pants. The physical education department has procured professional people to talk about the common diseases that confront children of high school age and What cares should be exercised to prevent these enemies of youth. Physical education includes a large number of activities, arranged in an order that is both timely and interesting to the ever-changing moods of the youth of today. Requirements for graduation demand eight semesters of physical education, unless the student is ex- cused on recommendation of a doctor. Both the girls' and boys' gym classes devote their time to the types of sports that foster the de- velopment of cooperation, coordination, clear thinking, and physical culture, abilities neces- sary to students in adjusting themselves to their future social obligations. To further the feeling that teamwork and victory bring is the utlimate aim of intramural sports. Under this program various seasonal sports are played both during class time and after school. Athletic certificates are awarded to members of victorious teams or to con- testants. Football, basketball, track, tennis, and golf teams that compete against other high schools create opportunities for senior high boys to develop their special talents. Members of the varsity in each of these sports receive a high school honor letter at the end of each season. SPCDRTS Miss Esther Vander Broeck Miss Margaret Mac Donald Mr. Harmon Iones Coach Maynard Ellingson Coach Iohn Hess HEALTH 'Q X xxm' qu nd' Q i im Top, L-R: Gutaskus, Morrs Amon Basketball UNION OPPONENT 23 . . . Davis Tech ...... T9 38 . . . Alma ....... . l3 25 . . . Catholic Central . . 20 22 , . . Ottawa . . , . l9 32 . . . South 4 . . 9 24 4 . . Central . . 4 l5 2l . . 4 Creston . . . . l3 Second Round 23 . . . Ottawa . , 4 4 24 32 . 4 . Catholic Central . . 25 27 . 4 . South .,.. . 2l 43 . 4 . Tech , . . 1 . 19 38 4 4 . Central .4..4. . 23 l6 . . . Creston ....,. . l2 Results: Union ll wins, l defeat, undis- puted city champions. District Regionals 30 . . . Central 4 . . , lo 25 . . . Ottawa .... . l6 State Regionals 21 . . , Muskegon Heights . . 25 Bottom, L-R: Blandford, Wieck, lVIgrs4 Castor, Berkowitz, I-leald ' '1?F" '-., LR ya-,jx 17" . M J.. -X . A gg. 5 "F , ,. M tr, ' uv Iackins, Gornmeson, Michelak. First Row - Oumedian, Klein, Amon, Kailunas, Drabinski, Capt. Waskie- wicz, Von Destinon, Honholt, Gamble, Vander Laan. Second Row - Mgr. Casper, Kamp, Fredrickson, Mercer, Oleszczuk, New- man, Michelak, Iennings, Frost, Oumedian, Ellingson, laskins, Mgr. Berkowitz. Third Row - Mgr. Dengate, Anderson, Kozlowski, Klein, Sly, Bowman Coach Iohn Hess, Kurteka, Bialus, .I Gommeson, Brictfus, Gommeson Wieck, Lane, Butwinski, Castor. I N. jw.Yf.i'!i -. 1 ' Wi' X' ' ' oo ca - '- . I K 'tS11eHf' tote wh Of the Um Etikjgq g ugi Red Hawks, with only six veterans return- ,zz Q ,. -:ity-3 'N- 5.-w w' ' Q. j:-- v 4, 1 - in . . . . nf. 1 h A fu , -is ing, again produced a championship con- I mi v - -kr -:sf - ' - - tender Starting out against Rockford the " ' ' 'V w' ' fig? A35 v " f -, 17413 - ' I '- 'W 1 ii - f -. 13, .P M Red Hawk eleven rornped over their out-of- ,wir X -" ' W, ' - . ., ' .' . , "Q .,15:g:r. 3 -' wx town foes 35-U. Central knocked Union 5 " " 4352-' if-: QL? -l . from the driver's seat with a 14-O lacing. ' " .1 -1, x fl -i ' ,rw 'LN , . . an L l rx --5, X it , g The homecoming garne, played against :J ,E f '-"fy, - f ' ?""", . - -, " ' ' ' , XL - 4 . fi Catholic, was a huge success, Union win , 1, 1, it-I ff ning 7-U. The Muskegon Reds battled Union " 1 --, " - - A to G 6-6 He- Umm Wuuoped Ottawa 28-6- y V, fgzfffs-.,? ,'f'21,,,. mir' ' 5552, fjjliii, ,ri--was . .K South was met at Housernan Field on t"N:1i'lf':i ' j1T':Zf..Q52.i ThC11'1kSQiViUQ DCIYI Und before the IUFQGST -..wird ..:,,4f i... .,.s X 2A4,f,-p:1f.a-1,-ellie. Some Blocking Vander Laan, Oleszczuk, Klein 1' crowd of the season, nearly lU,OOU people, defeated Union 7-U on a snow-covered grid- iron, ending the football season and plac- ing Union in second place. Veteran players graduating in lune are Captain Al "Babe" Waskiewicz, Irvin Drab- inski, Ken Honholt, Bob Vander Laan, Bob Gamble, Mercer, Honholt, Frost Sf an Kim i:2z'4'zQiaF'.mnl:iL WMA 9"'s 'e-be Umxnaslh 'kiln rn2'n4ln6Ilff!Af:'!"'wKw'!R..r 1-wvws ...ar-.L Second Team Football tx si 'Q ,Q-5 Kailunas, Amon, Bialus First Row - Henkel, Toms, Wandolewski, Rice, Miketa, Au France, Civinskas, Den Braber. Second Row - Ke-lezeski, Lambert, Oleszewski, Highhouse, DeVries, Karsten, Miller, Scimmanna, Obermeyer. Third Row - Post, Nivila, Dengate, Coach Harmon lanes, Berkowitz, Kaster, Uzarski, , A ' . '- :. ""' -5.5-.V " .A , . ff- i 'wr' ffaifltka Q r t .- F ,Q , oo aa F t F N. fe,- -gs.-tt, -If'-t1ef1,g.5gfg--g g "" 1 K- f' .,, 2 t - 1' , 1 j eg.-sew-.: u W-V: . 'M..,r...,:sr-QQZQ.-:-.71.t 1 . K awe.. dv.-1 V 7 . t '35- . . . 9- .. Klein, Carl Von Destmon, lohn Zukowslci, rp g ill." - - A - :--'F-69.635 '-'- M2-,,:5:qf",.-5' N 3, . K and Bill Van Strien. Regulars returning next ' ' ' M 'fQ,,. tall are captain-elect Oscar Mercer, lack -is? rf Newman, and lack Amon. lohn Zukowsla, ,L M . ..gi,f,41.,,-,129 Ken Honholt and Bob Vander Laan make a the m tht 1 AH C' t ,-get 1:Fx9fsftY'f'f7'f.7is Y ICG ' My eclul' Jxi. .ffl 5fi94.He.?i1.Z.if::r -- iq. ' .:fr:'::w- .if"f'?X1i".f35?t'rf-iXN58rf-- Zulcowski and Van Strien are without ,g1,:'4 ' . V - - -ft. P--V 4, .. ':z.r: t1f-at-SM pictures, having lett school in February. , :kv -1 V .- -.: v,! .E:iic,. I- , .y y A -911,-3,:5'i.v:.-g,'..'4..VHLH.-rm, The Reserve Football team had a medie . . . " mg., ' .wah .1- -"f:"- ' ft X afQ'F9:.:'Pf: ocre season this year, losing most of their ggiggiy I. 'ir games. However, many ot these same boys .. , will try out tor the varsity next tall, and with this year's experience should really go places. When next fall rolls around, "Silent" lohn I-less may issue his yearly statement, "Our chances aren't so hot this year," but fans may hope that he will go right ahead as usual and contradict himself by producing another streamlined team to replace his last year's model. Nice Gain VanderLaan, Newman Drabinski, Von Destinon, Waskiewicz Track Amon, Fredrickson, Klein nga,-: 13 X' A 'fx -V - ' - .. . ' se ft' if ii 52 13.1, - - ' ' ji c -X: 1 I v. . . O 55 -Q , Q A Q -- vv I ' . :Q if - 5.15 V . , .Y . I X , fr . ' - ' .H , A ' . " rx, 1, I .4 V .:. .Wy ,, ..., I .. -'ii M.. . . , '5:':'f Au-,ans V+-+ ' ' ,. was "- ,, H -P - , - ef-V V, , X . .V f"'S"-rfM1Tk::V " QV --.if -- JG:-,f-",, 37 , i r - E' 1 PSM 2 ' -ff? . -A f ' '..f3TfH"f"""'?f" ff. i Fi ' flue? 5'3" 1. . - ' f X ' -U r ' I ,. ' 5 .. 5 -. ,. A i i li " K ' . fag. 3 'V -' N , ' I t ai .i Ml -1 gf . A-5,..i.:Vf :, "" V' .l gif' ' . - .. '.,- V. Nw -, s M, , :.' x ' -. . ff ' rv "Rf: i 'i VH 1.31 5 X ,., is. A Q 5 ,gn L.?E i33'K, Y - Xml N, A 1 - ...h in Y' - '- -"- 1 . .V , . M . ff Q, is -' of Q.:-:.,...z . 4- -. ,W ...Q-2-.fi-.-.if V 'ff VV X.-L-M-H-1 .ffql--'W'r,,. ... i.,EQg6n1,1'1'j'- FMX' N, 5 Si In X . 1:n!.?'f9a!13 Lit HJ.-A 'TL ... - Alphonse Waskiewicz Rice, Den Braber Getting oft at the crack of the gun the Union High tracksters opened their 1935 track season by defeating Allegan 65 to 39. They then Went on, paced by Captain Mel- vin Hutchins, to Win the remaining scheduled meets with the exception of South Who defeated the Union path-men by a decisive score, this defeat being Union's only one in the past two years. The tracksters who received major awards were Bob Klein, Art Klein, Simpson, Amon, Brazonskas, Rice, Boonstra, Den Braber, Oleszczuk, Waskiewicz, Runberg, Mikita, Hutchins. Those who received minor awards Were Blantord, Henkel, Tuinhoff, and the Oume- dian twins. lack Amon, city record holder of the low hurdles, Was elected track cap- tain for the l936 season. 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' . fv. 4. --f:"1?3r vi V, 'e-'Y:t.:jPg5z,v felis. ,,-was-5-vwvf - '- ' 'j:.:,g:',ff'Ji'.I.:T,"' Q., . - ' L',Qi.f5,f5gr'Sf?l1wiIki7i'T ' 'E K,-5f5xf'f'ff.L1Ql'Qi"'f' ' ', 'Z fi ' ll' "5'L1TWMf'3I2'-fx." Y . ' . f- , . 'rf if ' Ournedian, Rice, DenBraber Enjoying the facilities of the new Ninth Street stadium, Unions track season for 1936 wasn't coated with so many victories as in previous years but came through the season with a tie, two losses, and a victory. Union tied with Allegan, lost to South and Central, and defeated Davis Tech. Two school records were broken when Amon ran the hundred yards in ten seconds flat and the mile relay team, composed of Amon, Klein, Civinskas, and Den Braber, shattered the old record of l:35.l by run- ning it in l:34.5. In the state regional tour- nament the relay team took first place. The senior letter men who are graduating are A. Klein, Symko, B, Klein, Brandow, Botwinski, Oumedian, Oleszczuk, and Boon- stra. Letter men returning next year are Den Braber, Civinskas, Downing, Barnes, Straub, Toms, Miehalack, and Pakiela. Cap- tain Amon is graduating in February Oumedian, Blandford, Fredrickson, Waskie- wicz, Oleszczuz, Henkel, DenBraber, Klein, Klein, Coach Hess, Mgrs, I-loving and Heald, Klein, Oumedian, Rice, Smith, Vander Veen, Castor, Amon, Boonstra. '?1?la:3,5.y5-A .-f ' g ,,.,,gM A ' Q72 f ff i .... is 1 -- T 2 W ,,,.,. 1. is 1 ., , Y if 'iA. 43 ":' ' H' 1 f tl 'e f' iii" "fi H ' -Ml fi A Q.. -Q ., fgg i-5' - , ' l 5 .' sf, Q 2 Q X 5 -:ff .',' 2 -, ii' ' ' A f ' T' seeir,isfi-s.fW fsx.wW3 V. V, Y fp.: V' l X-I3 if 4 -,g vi v,: 1 , ., A . f ' 1 1 S , I 9 ' A! l 3 Q Z 1 E R' it T, W , as 3 fb .ikf ag ,,i,. if. ,i., 7 Mike Oleszczuk A :.g,: : ' .,,g5.:j- A .,..,..,.... ..,.,, ,.... .,..,,., , .. . ....--,.....,.. ,gs we ' , -4 f . ' I .L -X - - ? . 3 ' f-F ,. ,V a'jm,L n g , 5, Sages fffi- 55-f-J-ij: -K X .L Qi' bvkvn iq, L. ef? f- f - 'FF 5' 5 1 -1.5, . .V '- - -A 1. , - , ':.,,.Smeg.,5r3kgfE3,:::yf:5.',tIi:'--rgitfgfzqggff..:11"f::I-rsxgfztqejqggjz9-,:i:-.Azdzziig-Q-j.':'j1.Q, 'X' 2 ..., .-,.. , A ..,. ...,i. . ., XM .,,.. W, ., ,YI J X . :-pf::'a5,iq,.,:f-Q-..:+-x1gp.:',:-4,..-,.sm Q .,., . Geo. Boonstra fn Sr Mir Basketball Champs Tennis Team lntramural The i n t r a m u r a l sports program has earned for itself a place in the athletic lime- light by creating a new outlet for student activity. lt includes nearly every sport that has student-wide appeal. This program has two major divisions, junior and senior high, so that students participating in the various sports are able to join a group in their own class. All the following are sports covered under this program: speedball, touch football, fall tennis, shuffle-board, basketball, twenty- one, foul throwing, ping-pong, handball, volleyball, playground ball, track, and horseshoe. These sports are all elective on the part of the student. Some of these sports are becoming very popular with the male members of the faculty, and special leagues have been organized to provide for their recreation. Shuttle-board Match Sr. Minor Basketball Champs Golf Team Ir. Major Basketball Champs Sports A calendar of sporting events has been arranged so that each sport will be played in its right season to create and hold the attention ot the players. New sports are added to the intramural program from time to time. Boxing and Wrestling are at pres- ent under the consideration ot the repre- sentative council and Principal Charles E. Everest. With their approval these sports will be added to the curriculum ot the intra- mural program. Mr. Harmon S. Iones, physical education instructor at Union, is the founder and direc- tor ot the school's present system ot intra- mural sports. Through his ettort and work ot organizing teams, he has developed among the students the right mental attitude toward sports as a means of recreation. A handbook, issued every year to the members of this organization, shows the re- sults ot each event and the names ot the Winners. Ir Minor Basketball Champs TWSDIY-O19 Chg np Foreword Within the pages of this AURORA we have attempted to portray the theme, "School ls Life," in vivid, lifelike action pictures. This annual marks a transition in Unions yearbooks. The formal pictures of the past have been supplanted by action pictures which will serve as a reflector of our happy school life here at Union. Life itself may be divided into various phases: work, fun, sports, health, fellowship, and service. To distinguish exactly between these phases is im- possible as they tend to overlap one another. A similar problem has presented itself in the grouping of pictures for this annual which aims to show that "School ls Life" - life in miniature. The arrangement has therefore had to be an arbitrary decision of the editorial staff. 'We believe that this miniature life which we have lived in high school will enable us to enter into the larger world as intelligent, able-bodied citizens educated to express our appreciation to our school patrons in balanced living, fellowship, and social service. Basketball On Your Guard Gray, Nagy, Miss MacDonald, Manni, Bradley, Dean, Meyers, Honholt and Schneider, Hold On Samrick, Wenger, Sutter, Vlug, Dean, Meyers, Lampert and Bergsma. Waiting DeWitt, Wenger, Lampert, Vlug, I, Burnett, Sly, Andree Bergsma and Zappa. "All Work and no play makes Iill a dull girl," and education doesn't intend to create this type of person, so the girls of Union are taught how to play as well as to work. A quick mind and the qualifications of a good sport are developed in athletic activi- ties. Basketball and speedball, two of the girls' intramural sports, as well as their other sports bring out these characteristics. ln the basketball picture where the girl is attempting a foul shot, accuracy is de- veloped while the other girls are on their toes every minute either to aid the ball in going through the net or to prevent it doing so. The other basketball picture illustrates the tip-off which usually starts the game or follows a tie-ball. Sometimes, however, a throw-in begins the game. The speedball pictures represent a foul kick and one ot the plays that is typical and very necessary to a good speedball game: the passing of the ball towards the goal for a touchdown. Posing? Andree, Sutter, Nagy, Bergsrna, Sly, Miss MacDonald Vlug, Meyers, I. Burnett, Dean, Razgunas and Wenger Keep It Going! Andree, Zoppa, Vlug, Gotch, Wenger, Lampert, Burnett, Sly lust what could put greater action into our school life than gym? lt is the Work of the physical education department to plan a beneficial program for girls - to help make their lives real. This is accomplished through the gym classes and after-school practice. Because of the limited time given to gym- nastics during the school day, the girls have very little time to develop their skill in ath- letics, so they are given the opportunity to practice after school. All girls who display an interest in sports and who are efficient in athletics are trained for leadership. These girls learn to referee games, to be good sports, and, most of all, to be good leaders. This training teaches girls the meaning of true executive ability - to direct and be directed - the ability to cooperate. Play is the heart of life. All Here? Volleyball Sock It Over! Lampert, Sly, Vlug, Nagy, Burnett, Dean, Manni, Andree Miss MacDonald, Meyer, Wenger, Graggel, Net Profit! DeWitt, Razgunas, Friedrich, Burnett. Dancing Hollywood or Broadway? Clifford, Porcupile, Castor, Orkin, Iasaitis, Iohnson. f A J ' , ff YW? -,ff f 5, 1 ,AI M -sff wv. 1 X r ' 15 N 'S ,Nz - 'sm . .A " -.lf 4 ,i.. v M1 l , Lxf -2.-'E w -A-1' , "fy ' .f'!"Sfv..t ...is X ' i - 12- " ,.l',. X , :X , F . ' Q- B: 61 Q A Proposal? Stratton, Forsman, Larnpert, Burnett, Miedema, Duner. Squcxtter Sovereignty luntunen, Zachariason, Stone, Chapel, Wessman, Freas For poise sake, dancel There is nothing better for developing social grace. Folk dances are especially good in emphasizing rhythmical movements. They also give a knowledge of some country other than our own, both by the costume and the steps characteristic of that land. This particular dance is known as "Polnischer National- tanz" or "The Polish Dance." Accompanied by spirited Polish music, the traditional heel-clicking and pantomime scene are out- stanclingly picturesque. ln our gym classes this dance typifies one of the several phases of our annual routine. The picture below shows a group of girls illustrating skill, control, and perfect team work. These qualities, so useful in physical development, are extremely essential for in- tellectual progress. Without the skill of thinking clearly, control of self, and con- tinuous cooperation, dire results are apt to occur. Without these qualifications, what is life? Push 'Em Up. Tony! luntunen, Burnett, Edison, Worobec. Autographs Autoqraphs Autographs 7, NI V HI .. f wwffwirlrw I:"sQLI 'f f-1'Y , fr Ll ZA PTI" ,, .C I1 'wlf I' 'IV 7. ' . I- A-M" I ':sC::IL' a: 3"" .sQ1 .. 1 - , IIII"l"IVIIIIIi1I!I,i It , HI JE ' I lI' III3IEi::aI im if ' - -I arf WI WTI Il . I ,I 'Iwi MASTER CRAFTSMEN of the PRINTING INDUSTRY Quaiity tI1at I1as stood tI1e most criticaI comparison for nearIy I1aII of a century. CompIeteness tI1at is evidenced by mo THE DEAN-HICKS COMPANY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY o ART o ENGRAVING COMPOSITION o PRINTING o BINDING dern equipment in all departments. l 'Y A 1 .4 . W AFM' ' 5 1' , .5 - L s . . , . . . I i 'flu -. "'..1,i 'Zl- 1' 11' rl 5 .V -1'-'n , ..: ,. . v" V. .,, I, V, ...I-1 41 X I L , : P .X V., ., - :g S qv . V 1 ,- I. o . v ,G .- ,I 'sexi Q"?q ol.: , n' xr , A ' 1' uv ,- .' 11.3 lv. .f, I nv ' I I i, wt X 8 !x . ' I 1 ' E, s - ' "wwc'.ff 'fr wgivx ' my uiliwrzl 1 FU -"'.,1'C7'- 22 , "X: J" 1, .4 ig 21 yu, . 1 J "' n . . la. 45 I . I 'L 1 r P Q 1 - -'A 'Q .' Q , '-, I lg 1 ' I I L-' ' .fi " . .gg I 'AQ' . " A I ' Q Q + . l , IP 0 0 ' 1 4 I al L I I I I -I"- o'l v 11, 5 , ' .0 la J, I: 'Bl U I V 0 P 'I In O U : rl QI Q 'll H l 'I I" ' l ' Q -I Q Q Q . '1 A 1' F I V z .I r I Q I 0 ' 1' A I 1 141 Q I A H Q 5 " .ov . Q - - o -I 1 Q 1- "' 0 ,Q . v . . i il ' :im 1 0 d . Tx.. ' E 1 ', " 454 r" .. ,Gill ' ' g.bf'2X-12,3 . 7-U42 f'KT7f 1'Q .' - - ' wi l",-I .. Q ,- 1 I T",:i:vI . , u1UUAp:r'r A ' W Y ' I , 1h.'L', J., 43- N., Miss lvy Slayton H865-19351 To live in the hearts we leave behind, ls not to die," -Campbell ln Memoriam A pall of sorrow Was cast over the Christmas festivity by the death of a loyal friend and esteemed instructor, Miss Ivy Slayton. Miss Slayton began her career of teaching at the age of sixteen in the city of Whitehall Where her father served as superintendent of schools. She continued in this Work, teaching successively at Muskegon and Grand Rapids, Where she became a teacher of mathematics at Union. She devoted thirty-four years of her life to the promulgation of our ideals and Was one of the founders of the democratic principles which exist among us today. The Whole-hearted, kindly manner in Which she entered into our projects and the sincere interest which she took inuher pupils and her Work established her high in our hearts. ln 1933, ill health compelled her to retire, thus bringing to an end the Work in which she had been engaged for forty-four years. g In her death we mourn the loss of an invaluable instructor, one of the most sincere and kindly characters in the history of the school. ' 1 a .r 9. ..s.,.. .. G ,z 1-xx S r .- .N J -. 1 A. 1 ,.. .- 1 M4 - . .. . . , . - . , PJ--:.L-..:-:-.--:--:.':--- ' -' :fee 5: .4'-z:z- 1--1 - -.-"-1-: '-.-."f5' -- 4 2"2 '11. 1"'- 4 . 'BH' -1Q"'.., f..'Q' .5-:-51'-252-ff Z..x. .5554-. zu 5.54:-g'1i--.fini Q- :'4e:l:I": 1' ..L 1- S5 :-!- if .' .' 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