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THE ARROW STAFF
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For the third consecutive year Creston High School has maintained a weekly publi-
lication of the official school newspaper known as "The Arrow? This publication has
been made possible through the cooperation of the students and faculty. Also through
business firms that advertised so graciously during the past year.
Several new features were introduced this year. The first, thirty cartoons suggestive
of the different events in school life were secured and were published at different times
during the yearg second, the staff deviated from the former policy of running an editorial
each week and instead published "The Column" that was weekly contributed by the
Editor in chief. The third feature of the past year's publications was the eight page
colored edition that was published especially for the sectional basketball tournament.
This edition was sent to over twenty-five hundred students in nearby towns.
"The Arrow" staff has sought to publish the best news that could be gathered from
school life and has attempted to give its some eight hundred subscribers the most for
their money. If we have done this, we feel we have accomplished our goal and set
a standard for future staffs. The members of the staff are as follows:
Editor-in-Chief ..... .............................. R obert Packwood
Assistant Editor ....... Lola Recknor
Managing Editor .... .... C arroll Jennings
Local Editor .... .... B eulah Sanders
Clubs ........ ........ R eva Lamb
Jokes ...... ....... E arl Graham
. Gerald Braumberger
Athletics ............ . Ruth Reeves
Advertising Manager ............ ......... J ohn Ford
Assistant Advertising Manager .... . ..... Kenneth Keeton
Business Manager .............. ........ J ohn Davenport
Assistant Business Manager ..,. .... M argaret McDonough
Circulation Manager .....,...... .......... J ack Metzger ,
Assistant Circulation Manager ...... Earl Graham
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QL Phoebe Penn
- 1 Helen Orth
' I Marceline Weber
' ' " Mr, Feelhaver
Proof Readers ................
Typists .......... . . .
Faculty Advisors ....
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THE CREST STAFF
To put out an annual with more pep and life in it, has been the aim of this 1929
Crest staff. In accomplishing this purpose we have spent many hours of thought and
effort, Each new feature was put in with the idea of portraying Creston High's active
life with all its pep and enthusiasm.
We wish to thank every subscriber who has made this annual possible. We hope you
will treasure it as an everlasting memory book of these days at C. H. S.
Editor-in-chief . . . . . . . . .... Betty Quackenbush
Assistant editor ..... ..... . .. Freddie Hawkins
Business Manager ....... .... l ..... ....... J u nior Coen
Ass't Business Manager .... ...... . .. Raymond Truman
Photo Manager .......... ...... H arold Bolton
Club Editor .... Margaret Farrell
Class Editor .... Wallace Glover
Music Editor .......... ...... P aul Mudra
Girls' Athletic Editor .... Helen Mae Luce
Boys' Athletic Editor .... Frank Hood
Joke Editor ......... .. Dale Boortz
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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
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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