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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
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-
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
The first few days in May were spent in getting the material ready for the printer.
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SEPT. 8-First day of school. Another nine months of work!
SEPT 12-Tug-of-war and Pole Rush. "Green and White" with the "Old Rose and
Black" take the honors. Freshman-Junior weiner roast.
SEPT. 15-Junior Surprise party for Ruth Jordan. Sweet Sixteen and never been
SEPT. 19-Sophomore-Senior weiner roast at Jay Kinch's. Miss Brillhart lost her hat
and finally found Prof. using it for a shoe.
OCT. 1-Junior Class Party held in gym. "Who's it?" Hiss Harrison.
OCT. 16 8: 17-First six weeks tests. At 4 o'clock on the 17th, took
a breath of relief.
Freshman Halloween Masque at gym Teachers can be 'ust a
funny as any kid.
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OCT. 31-Senior Halloween Masque at Snapper's. You should have
Sophomore Halloween Masque in the gym. I wonder if "Scotchie" likes pie?
NOV. 11-Sophomore Class helped Elizabeth Buchanan celebrate her
NOV. 17-Monday: First day of Educational Week. Chapel exercises consisted of five
speakers from the High School, Beulah Smith gave a reading, Ruth Jordan, a violin
solo, and The Patriots Creed by the sixth grade.
NOV. 18-Tuesday: Presentation of Flag and Flag Pole by Grace Mcllvaine of the
Senior Class of 1924. Hon. John McSweeney, speaker of the evening.
NOV. 19-Wednesday: Address by Prof. Henry S. Randolph, instructor of psychology
and philosophy, Wooster College. Vocal solos by L. D. Newberry and Miss Janet
Donaldson, one of the Wooster College Glee Club members.
NOV. 20-Thursday: fNo Educational Exercises because of lecture course number.J
NOV. 21-Friday: Address by Prof. C. A. Gibbons, County Superintendent of Schools.
Anthem by the chorus, solo by Miss Mary Bombarger of Leroy, Ohio.
NOV. 22-Saturday: Address by Prof. Carroll R. Reed, Superintendent of Akron
Schools. Solos by Mrs. Oliver Sigler and Rev. S. Lee-Whiteman, Jr., Muslc by the
High School Orchestra.
NOV. 25 KL 26-Second six weeks tests. The usual speech on honor and cheating.
DEC. 1-Back to school again after devouring enormous Thanksgiving dinners.
DEC. 2-Josephine White and Roy Webb elected cheer-leaders. The Student body also
elected the Board of Control for the Athletic Association.
DEC. 5-First basketball game of the season. Sterling came to Creston. Sterling girls
won, 28 to 8, and Sterling boys carried away a score of 12 to Creston's 6.
DEC. 6-Senior Class decided to edit a Year Book for the High School.
DEC. 11-Year Book Editorial Staff was organized. The work "a commence."
DEC. 12 Creston basketball teams ankled to Congress. Both Creston teams victorious.
Creston girls 21, Congress girls 125 Creston boys 31, Congress boys 21.
DEC. 13-Rittman visited Creston gym. The girls' game was close but Rittman won
by 3 points. Creston boys won by a score of 19 to 14.
DEC. 19--Creston basketball teams entertained the Doyleston gang, the girls, especially,
by letting them take a margin of 12 points home. Our fellows were stingy and kept
44 points to Doylestown's 17.
DEC. 24--Big day at school. Regular classes in the morning. In the afternoon we were
entertained by an interesting program which was followed by handing out of gifts.
JAN. 1-Another New Year.
JAN. 3-The Juniors surprise Peggy Bowman on her seventeenth birthday.
JAN. 5-Back to the "rubery" again. tMost of us are rubes.J
7-Seniors ask Mr. L. D. Newberry to direct their Class Play.
Most of Creston accompanied basketball teams to Seville. Both teams lost! Grr!
-Congress played their return game here. Creston girls 34, Congress girls 85
Creston boys 36, Congress boys 12.
JAN. 15 8: 16-Mid Year Exams. "I wonder if I will dare take my grade card home?"
JAN 16-Creston teams journeyed to Apple Creek. Girls lose 33 to 283 boys win 27 to 7.
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