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H. A. KRUIZENGA. M.A., B.A. Latin. Kindly intelligent, keenly humorous.
Born Spring Lake, Michigan. Graduate of Grand Haven High School, Hope College, and the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Has taught in Annville Institute, Kentucky. Coach of reserve basketball
team and tennis team. Adviser of Senior class and faculty adviser oi advertising section in Oaks.
FLORENCE M. KURTZ, B.Sc. Geometry and Algebra. Always happy and full of fun.
Born in Indiana. Graduate of Harlan High School tlndianal and the University oi Chicago.
Taught in Allen County, Indiana. Hobbies are reading and traveling. Travel includes all but one
of the United States, Canada from coast to coast, and six European countries.
MISS DORACE LACORE, B.A. English. Vigorous personality, athletic tastes.
Bachelor of Arts in English and Ioumalism. Graduate oi Muskegon Heights High School and
University oi Michigan. Attended St. Mary's College, Notre Dame. Travel restricted to United States.
KATHLEEN E. MACDONALD, B.A., M.A. French and Civics. "Ra'vissante!"
Bom Cleveland, Ohio. Graduate of Cleveland Heights High and Smith College: attended the
University of Paris. Has done work at Western Reserve University tClevelandJ and University ot
Grenoble CFrancel. Taught in private school and junior college. Has been a tutor. Likes all kinds
ot athletics: enjoys books, lectures, music, plays, and bridge. Is fond oi travel.
DAVID R. MC KENZIE, B.A. American and General History. A grand -person, a sport, and a pal.
Born Coldwater, Michigan. Graduate of Monroe High School KMichiganl and Central State Teach-
ers' College: assistant football coach: has traveled "north" and "east": enjoys hunting, fishing,
reading, bridge, and shows.
MINA MORRIS, M.Sc., B.Sc. Clothing. She sews a fine seam.
Born Corning. Iowa. Graduate of Corning High School, Iowa State College, and the University
MRS. W. E. MURRAY, B.Sc. in health education. Just a girl at heart.
Graduate of Marquette High School, and Northern State Teachers' College KMarquette, Mich-
iganl. Taught formerly in Petoskey and Ferndale. Interested in girls' problems. Enjoys swimming,
dancing, music, theater, the study oi religion, listening to lectures. reading, club work, and sports.
WILLIAM E. MURRAY. B.A., M.A. English. Just a boy at heart.
Born Detroit, Michigan. Graduate of Bay City Central High School, and departments of edu-
cation and journalism, University of Michigan. Completed requirements for master of arts degree
in English language and literature in August, 1937. Had two years or more practical newspaper
experience. Acorn and Oaks adviser. Enjoys life.
ROY A. PETERMAN, B.A., B.Sc. Commerce. A cheerful fellow everyone likes.
Born Greenville, Michigan. Graduate of Crystal High School CMichiganl and Alma College.
Ferris Institute, and Western State Teachers' College. Taught in Oklahoma A. and M. State Col-
lege, Mondovi High tWisconsinl. Wells High lMinnesotal. Iron River High KMichiganl. Traverse
City High, and Green Bay Business College. Adviser. Commercial Club.
R. I.. RAKESTRAW, B.A. Physics, Chemistry, and General Science. Here is a man who lives up
to his ideals.
Born Auburn, Indiana. Graduate of Auburn High School and DePauw University. Taught in
Howe, Indiana: LaGrange, Indiana: Butler, Indiana. and Hart, Michigan. Employed formerly in
government work for England and United States as first assistant bacteriologist: district manager
oi Michigan Public Service Co.: salesman. Interested in psychology, writing, science: enjoys
fishing. hunting, outdoor life, reading, shows: always glad to be oi help.
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LINDA I-I. BAI-IR. B.A. English. A sweeter word was never spoken.
Bom Pentwater, Michigan. Graduate ot Pentwater High School and Western State Teachers'
College. Has done graduate work at Western State. Has taught in other schools. Interested
in girls' problems, Y.W.C.A. work, vocational guidance, and Americanization problems. Has
traveled "somewhat" Enjoys young people: "l love them." Council of P.T.A., Educational Direc-
tor of Beta Sigma Phi: member oi Quadrangle Club.
IRENE M. BRIEF, B.A. Commerce. Charming in a quiet way.
Bom Clare, Michigan. Graduate oi Clare High School and Central State Teachers' College.
Taught in other schools. Has traveled through western and southern United States.
A. M. COURTRIGHT, M.A., B.Sc. Mechanical Drawing and Music. A rare talent
Bom Paulding, Ohio. Graduate of Paulding High School, the University of Michigan, and
Columbia University. Has done graduate work in Kalamazoo and New York. Formerly electrical
engineer for General Electric Co. Interested in musical composition. Traveled in Canada, Eu-
rope, California and the west, New York, and the east including New England.
VERA CUMMINGS, M.A., B.A. Mathematics A sincere and courteous efficiency.
Bachelor ot Arts, Nebraska State Teachers' College, Kearney, Nebr. Master of Arts, North-
Westem University, Evanston, lll. Girl Reserve Adviser.
WILLIAM H. DINGLER, Life Certificate. Woodshop. A craftsman, with skillful hands.
Graduate of Hartland Consolidated School and Western State Teachers' College. Has had pre-
vious experience teaching in Dowagiac, Mich. Interests outside of the regular woodshop sched-
ule, include music and dramatics. Enrolled at W. S. T. C. Hi-Y Adviser.
EUGI-INEhW. GILLASPY, B.A. Speech and Social Studies. Of ll' st1'ong yet aniiable character
Graduate of Muskegon Heights High School and Western State Teachers' College, Kalamazoo,
Mich. Interested in debate, dramatics, public speaking, government, and history.
AGNES V. HAUN, B.A. Librarian. Always a smile ,' never rr. frown.
Bom Durand, Michigan. Graduate of Corunna High School tMich.l and Michigan State Normal
College. Graduate work at Western Reserve University, Cleveland. Formerly a member of the
staff of the Michigan State Library. Likes books particularly. Enjoys good movies, lectures, hik-
ing and other sports, music, and people-so why not a jolly time?
NELLIE M. IOHNSON, B.Sc. Art. To discover art is a true arf.
Born Chicago, Illinois. Graduated from Ypsilanti High School, Michigan State Normal College,
Olpsilantil, Westem State Teachers' College, Chicago School of Applied Art. Now enrolled upon
a course in Columbia University CN. YJ. Taught formerly in Madison, Ind., Hammond, Ind., and
Muskegon. At one time was employed by the International Harvester Co. in office work. Adviser,
Beaux Arts Club. Travel includes Europe, California. Canada, Mexico, and throughout the west.
OSCAR IOHNSON. B.A. Athletic Director and American Government. A true sportsinan.
Born Cadillac, Michigan. Graduate ol Cadillac High School and Western State Teachers' College.
Has done graduate work at Bemidji, Minnesota: Kalamazoo, Michigan: and Northwestern Uni-
versity. Taught in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Interested in coaching. Travel includes a trip to the
Olympic Games at Los Angeles in 1932. Enjoys " 'most anything."
CALVIN I-'. KOEI-IN, Printing. The1'e's fl merry twinkle in his eye.
Bom Appleton, Wisconsin. Graduate ot Muskegon High School and United Typothetae School
oi Printing. Enrolled now at Western State Teachers' College. Once employed by Dana Printing
Company, Davharsh Iournal, A. B. Morse Printing Company.
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GLADYS M. REID, B.A. Foods. A charming young lady, with a smile.
Bom Big Rapids, Michigan. Graduate of Gardner High School, Gardner, North Dakota, and
State Teachers' College, Valley City, North Dakota. Travel includes a trip to Denver, Col-
orado, Wyoming, Seattle, Victoria, B. C., Yellowstone National Park, Black Hills of South Dakota,
and the Bad Lands of North Dakota. Enjoys people and sports, especially winter sports.
KATHRYN F. REID, B.A. Iunior and Senior Office Training. A trim friend fo all who know her.
Bom in East Iordan. Michigan. Graduate ot Muskegon Heights High School and Western
State Teachers' College. Commercial Club adviser. Freshman Class adviser for two years.
Enjoys books, music. movies, and all kinds of athletics. Is especially fond of traveling. Has
taken trips through the Central states, Canada, Eastern states, and to the Bermuda Islands.
IULIA ALICE ROYSE, B.A. Speech. Willing to help you in all that you do.
Bom Indianapolis, Indiana. Graduate of West LaFayette High School flndianal and Morning-
side College. Has done graduate work at the following institutions: University of Wisconsin,
DePauw University, Northwestern University, and the University of Minnesota. Taught iormerly in
Indiana and Wisconsin. Very much interested in music, literature, and drama.
MELVIN E. RUDD, B.Sc. in Education. Commercial Law: Attendance. His duties are many.
Born West Chicago, Illinois. Graduate oi West Chicago High School and the University of Illi-
nois. Adviser, Senior Class. Has traveled often to the south branch of the Pere Marquette river.
Enjoys fishing in summer, football, basketball in fall and winter: and playing billiards.
PAUL SCHULZE, Bachelor ot Music. Seventh Grade Music. Glee Club, Band. An ideal d'l1'6Ct0'l'.
Born Burlington, Iowa. Graduate of Burlington High School and Northwestern University. Sum-
mer study at University of Iowa.
IULIA A. SPRAGUE. M.A., B.A. English. Kindness ywrsuniyicrl.
Born Livingston County, Michigan. Graduate of Ypsilanti High School KMichiganl, Michigan State
Normal College, and the University of Michigan. Has taught in other school systems. Travel in-
cludes United States. Canada, and Europe.
MARGRET E. VAN RAALTE, B.A. English and Public Speaking. Sll1'yS Iols and Iofs of fun.
Bom in Holland, Michigan. Graduate of Holland High School and Hope College. Interested
in dramatics. Enjoys riding, dancing, music, art, reading, and gardening.
JAMES W. VERDUIN, B.A., M.A. Economics and History. A dynmnir' and hfIl'HIOI'0llS personality.
Graduate of Grand Haven High School, Western State Teachers' College, and University of
Wisconsin. Attended University of Michigan and completed graduate work in University of
Wisconsin department of history leading to a Master's Degree in summer ot 1935.
H. E. WEICK, B.A. Science and Mechanical Drawing. Kind, firm, and friendly.
Born Muskegon, Michigan. Graduate of Muskegon High School, Muskegon Iunior College,
and Valparaiso University. Graduate work at the University of Michigan. Travel includes four
months in California. Enjoys reading, movies. music, and golf.
MARGARET E. WORCESTER, B.A., M.Sc. Biology. Well versed, 'l7lllllHgf'7Lff, fnnrl kind.
Born Eaton Rapids. Michigan. Graduate of Big Rapids High School KMichiganl, Albion College.
and the University of Michigan. Taught formerly in Wayland High School fMichiganl. Once em-
ployed as technician in pathology laboratory of psychopathic hospital. Ann Arbor: camp coun-
sellor. Enjoys ice skating, hiking, swimming, riding, reading, music. sketching, gardening,
handicraft, and campcralt.
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