Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1929

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Page 50 text:

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Page 49 text:

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Ax 1 J" XX.x,f Nw . f , 'ZX --f v K , V rg . f . 1 his Y if 'E ,, 7X j'v ,'I,,l'f,fA'4 ..' wtf: . fi . fl-Tl 5 jj Rv... . . , -v-. V5 N L" 1-' l' af a V "I if 'Q-. a f f.'0,f-fqfffi l "" ij 'N-ai , f X?---'K ,. 4' sg-1 " 13 . 'LX .se f-' w as if - 7 -41-A"li-l'4i',"l: THE STUDENT COUNCIL The student Council is one of the leading organizations in high school. The Council is a very essential factor in making Creston High an outstanding school. The benefits derived by the student body from the tireless efforts of the members of this organization are invaluable. The Student Council is not only the most democratic and most representative voice of the student body in school but is also the most effective means for establishing and per- petuating necessary and helpful activities and plans. This organization has worked hard throughout the 'year. As a result many note- worthy things have been accomplished. The most outstanding accomplishment was the establishment of the Crest Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools. Membership in the National Honor Society gives the school a national stand- ing. The high school library was created and maintained. This raised the standing of Creston High in the North Central Associations of Secondary Schools and Colleges. The Council adopted an official emblem, giving Creston High a very distinctive Panther head insignia. Clean-up campaigns were promoted with success. The point system was revised and a constitution for the Student Council to take effect next year was adopted. The members of the Student Council wish to thank the student body and the faculty for their splendid cooperation and untiring assistance which made the success of the council possible. Especially is the organization indebted to Mr. C. T. Feelhaver for his leadership and help. The members were: Bonnie Roberts, Katherine Keefe, Harry Keisling, Betty Rambo, Margaret Waddey, Howard Scurr, Arlene Cecil, Dorthy Bolton, Frank Justice, Allison Scurr, Beulah Johnson, Howard Hickok, Maxine Vettrick, and Junior Coen. OFFICERS ' , President ........ ............ ....... E u gene Penn Vice President .......... Reva Lamb Secretary ....... .... W illiam Davenport

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