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Page 21 text:
Mrs. Luyendyk fsponsorj, H. Gott, B. Breese, J. Boelens, K. Bleam, S. Wcmcmdrick.
The question-Resolved, That the United States should join
in reconstituting the League of Nations-furnished the debate
squad with an interesting topic for the season. Such a subject proved
itself both stimulating and exciting because it was constantly af-
fected by present-day world affairs.
Since only two persons of the entire debate squad were return-
ing veterans, much time was spent in a review of debating princi-
ples and techniques. Betty Breese and Jack Boelens represented
Wyoming at a Michigan High School Forensic Association debate
tournament held at Grand Rapids Christian. The season has given
a profitable yield in experience.
The team will lose two members through graduationg but,
with a group well-coached in the basic fundamentals and a ques-
tion which provides interest and an opportunity for study, Wyon1-
ing looks forward to a successful season in 19-44945.
Page 20 text:
Standing Mrs Luyendyk fsponsorj, R. Cepella, J. Boelens, E. Morgan, H. Gort, A. MacDanold
Sealed A Snider, j. Bement, M. Kelder, F. johnson.
This year several students showed an active interest in forensic
activities. As usual, the competition was divided into four classes -
oratorical declamation, dramatic declamation, extemporc speaking,
and oratory. XY'yoming had contestants in the first three.
In the first elimination contest, four winners were chosen. They
were: oratorical declamation, Richard Cepella and Alan McDanoldg
dramatic declamation, Frieda .Iohnsong and extempore speaking,
The District Forensic Contest was held at Rockford. Here
XVyoming students upheld the honor of our school by coming away
with two first places for the Hrst time in our history. Frieda john-
son took first in dramatic declamation and Richard Cepella first in
As our speaking contests draw to a close we are planning to
hold the Regional Contest at our school. There are to he nine
schools represented and the competition promises to be keen. At
this point we can only wish our speakers good luck and say we are
very proud of them.
Page 22 text:
Third Row, sltwding-D. Early, E. Wy'nsma, H. Nagelkirk. D. Formsma, XV. Chandler, G
Formsma. G. Nyenhuis. R. Ten Brock.
Second Rau-. sltmding-lNIr. Davis fSponsorj. R. XVarner, E. Donelson, R. Gruhhs, C. Nichols
R. Koetje, H. Klynstra, A. Mac Danold.
First Row, sealed-D. Olson, D. MCI-loskey, R. Jewell. R. Dood, V. Grubbs fPres.j, L. Crull
B. Piebenga. M. Piebenga.
The Hi-Y Club of Wfyoming is open to all sophomores, junior
and senior boys of our school who are willing to stand on the club
platform - clean speech, clean athletics, clean scholarship, and
Due to the fine leadership of our club sponsor and officers,
this year's Hi-Y club has been fairly active. Among our projects
this last year were hxing the bleachers in the gym, concession at the
Community Round-up and sending delegates to older boys con-
Our program consists of discussions on vocational guidance,
political problems, and other questions of interest.
It is certain that the Hi-Y club of XVyoming will live for many
years and will always "create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community, high standards of Christian Character."
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