Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1925

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ICH- , zb. . V' I I Q - . 7 A- . 2 -- .-:' ' 11' .2 1 A Q "SALMAGUNDl" fContinuedl SENIOR BENEFIT SHOWS On the evening of February tenth, the Seniors gave their first Year Book Benefit Show. Th main feature was "Boy of Mine," with Ben Alexander in the title role. Special musxc was provided for the pleasure of the audience. Alan Romich, DeVere Shannon, Norris Broomall and Virginia Sellers made up the orchestra which rendered several entertaining selections. Besides these numbers, Norris Broomall played a saxo- phone solo and Alan Romich a violin solo. "The Senior Warblersj' in other words, Dorothy Knepp, Daisie Fullerton, Emmett Adams and Earle Long, sang "Boy of Mine',, a song that goes hand in hand with the movie which was being shown. The financial result of this show was quite satisfactory. Aproxirnately 175 tickets were sold in ad- vance, and almost that many at the door. The class made 527.90 on this one night. March third, the Senior Class staged their second Year Book Benefit Show. "Rug- gles of Red Gap," was the feature this time. Mr. D. D. Pfouts played the piano during the evening and Miss Alta Brillhart gave a reading, "Billy Brag in the Big Lie" The third and last Year Book Benefit Show was "The Silent Pardner", shown on March twenty-third. Margaret Winters played the piano for the evening. Between the comedy, "Pardon My Glove," and the feature, Earl Metz thanked the audience in behalf of the Class for their support and introduced Sam and Bill in "Safety Razors First." Earle Long and Lee Marshall did very well as black face comedians. During the first in- termission in the feature, Daisie Fullerton gave a reading, "Cold." The Class cleared 815.00 at this last show. Altogether they made 357.55 which will help them a great deal in editing the Year Book. Daisle SENIOR PARTIES September 19-Sophomore-Senior VVeiner Roast at Jay Kinch's. October 31-Masquerade Halloween Party at Warren Knepp's. Leon took the prize. January ,20-Bob-sled Party at Glade Irvin's. Main attraction, oysters. March 17-St. Patrick's Day Party at the home of Emmett Adams. RUBE DAY BIG SUCCESS This year "Rube Day" went off as per schedule on the first of April. "Rube Days" have come and gone, but this one was the best of all. The order of the day: 9 a. m.- Songs, directed by "Josiah Kirby," otherwise Dusty VVebb. Vocal selections by the Hermanville Quartet. Regular routine until 12 m. 1 p. m., the "Rubee" paraded from the School House to the B. KL 0. R. R. tracks and return. ADOPTION OF HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY STANDARD Creston High School has made another step towards an ideal high school. The student body has adopted a standard design for all its class jewelry. They should be complimented on their forsighted decision as its benefits are many. BACCALAUREATE The Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. S. Lee Whiteman, was given in the School Auditorium on May seventeenth. His topic was, "Knights of a New Day." Prayer and Scripture by Rev. W. A. Sears. Music was rendered by members of the M. E. church and the Presbyterian church. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES The Commencement Exercises of the Class of 1925, were held in the School Audi- torium on the evening of May 22. The Class was very fortunate in securing as their speaker, Rev. W. W. Bustard, a retired minister of the Euclid Avenue Baptist church, of Cleveland. Speaker's from the Class were: Lee Marshall, Valedictoriang Louise Car- penter, Salutatoriang Earle Long, Historian and Prophetg Earl Metz, Orator. Music was furnished by Eberwein's Orchestra. The Class sang "Commencement Song," after which the diplomas were presented. .-47- t AL I

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J 5 LA K huh I x . ' f' H - . Q Q I ' M , ' V, N, g., .1 ' .. . . ' rf 'W 'S , Y 3 , V 'w:f.frf":. - ,j 45- 'L -' V,-:fr-1 "ii va. -... V -..fa J members of the staff were elected. Duties were assigned during the following two weeks so that each might begin his work as quickly as possible. Plans for making money were suggested, such as putting on picture shows, selling candy and popcorn. Three benefit shows were to be put on by the Senior Class, in the course of the next two months, to raise money for their share of expenses in the Year Book. On January 14, our Editor-in-chief was elected to give a talk tothe High School concerning the Year Book and what the staff would expect each class to do. I Mr. Ross, the representative from the Canton Engraving and Electrotype Co., came on January 28, to talk over his proposition with the staff. There were certain benefits if we signed the contract the same or the following day. The next meeting was called on January 29 to talk over and vote on that contract. It was decided on by a unanimous vote. At seven o'clock on February 18, the Year Book staff met at the school house to draw up a "dummy" of the Year Book. A budget was presented. Receipts were to come from the sale of the Year Book, classes, other organizations and advertisements. The expenditures wer: printing, engraving and photography. Each member was assign- ed more duties. The diderent departments that were to appear in the Year Book were discussed. Everyone applied himself to the topic of the evening and not to "gig- gling." Group pictures were taken on February 23, of the classes, debaters, basketball teams and other organizations. On March 7 the Seniors had individual pictures taken by Dawson, of Wooster. March 23 ended the group of three benefit shows given by the Senior Class. Re- sults of these shows were as follows: February 10, 527.905 March 3, 14.65, March 23, 515.00. Making a total of 55155. An advertising campaign was put on April 15, running for the rest of the month. The business men responded well and quite a bit was secured from out-of-town business men. The first few days in May were spent in getting the material ready for the printer. - 649- .

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