Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1931

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F01-:sk 2 ,A Q .Iwi ,ti Q -Af-gg.:- i 'H WE ANNUAL t...-..9 :sr 4 ww -.-.- GEORGE SHOWALTER IOLA BOWMAN ALLEN STEELE Commercial Course Vocational Course Vocational Course "Who Wouldn't Be Crazy" 4 High School Orchestra 3, 4 "Gold Bug" 1 gtagehM5f-gEini9fPfintSu 3 Clee Club 4 "Who XVouldn't Be Crazy" 4 renc u . U , , French Club play, 3 lrglag Flwgys ready her point Elgfjpl-E13lul!3m4I from can Fm Debate 2, 3, 4 0 5 en ' ' Orator Alternate 1, 4 She sticks to her argument right ffm' Glee Club 4 to the end." Why arerft they all contented Baseball 2 like me-H Basketball 3 "He argues at dayg he argues at night, He argues when wrong, he ar- gues when right." RUTH HOOKWAY LEORA GLIEM Vocational Course Snapshot Editor Annual 4 Calendar Editor 4 "W'ho W0uldn't Be Cralyn 4 Wardrobe Mgr, Class Play 4 Glee Club 4 Lllfin Club 1, 2 "Leora hasn't much to say, Ffcfwh C1Ub3,4 She does her work in every ' French Club Play 3 way." Treasurer French Club 4 Glcc Club 4 "Ever earnest and quiet is she, Amiable also and nice as can he." l'Page Twentyl 5

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n""""XQ....Da-vc s grae Konami n....-.9 as 'Me' V Qltiilli RUTH Foucn Commercial Coarse Glcc Club 3, 4 "Each frown to our cofin adds a nail no doubt, And each smile so merry will pull one out." EARL HOISINIjTON College Preparatory Course Class President l, 2, 4: "Cold Bug" 1: "Fingerprints" 3: "Whe1 Wouldn't Be Crazy" 4: Stage Manager 4: French Club 3, 4t French Play 3: Banquet Com' mittee 3: lnvitation Committee 4: Debate 2. 3, 4: Debate Cap' tain 2, 3, 4: Qrator 41 Declaimer 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Glcc LUELLA FRANKS College Preparatory Course North Hampton High School 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Class Bas' lcetball 1: Class Sec'y and Treas' urer 2: Creston High School 3, 4: Glee Club 4: French Club 4: French Club President 4. "Personality that sparkles and glows, Vyfliat sl1e's going to say next Club 3, 4. 'Vfe grant that this boy has much wit, And he isn't shy in using it." ELLEN CARPENTER College Preparatory Course Class Treasurer 1, 2: Business Mgr. Annual 3: Junior Business Mgr. Annual 3: Business Mgr. Monday Blues 3: Sophomore Re' porter Monday Blues 2: "Fine gerprintsu 3: Vvfardrobe Mgr. Class Play 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Editor Latin Club Paper 2: Ban- quet Committee 3, "Sweet, modest, and refned, Few are there of such to find." Doius GATTSHALL College Preparatory Course Class Treasurer 3, 4: Music and Dramatic Editor Annual 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Banquet Committee 3. "Willing to work, ambitious quite, Does her work and does it right." fpage Nineteenhl nobody knows."



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l.....-.9 wwflm 2s.-.a... Class Will of 1931 The Faculty, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen of Creston High School were assembled in the court room of Wooster, Ohio, to hear the last will and testament of the class of 1931. Judge Gattshall of Court of Appeals, a former student of Creston High, called order with a "bang" upon the desk. "Ladies, Gentlemen and Teachers: we are assembled here for the sole purpose of hearing the last will and testament of the class of 1931 who passed on to the great future on May 15, 1931. I'm sure you will be better benefitted to work next year when we hear this will and profit by it," said Judge Gattshall. He then began to read: "We, the class of nineteen hundred and thirtyfone of Canaan Township High School, Wayiie County, hereby wish to bequeath all of our ideals, desires, unpaid debts, and unlimited knowledge to our dearly beloved friends. But we caution you that we are all infants with unsound mentalities and very inefficient memories and are sure of the 'hereafter' in some form, hereby we testify to these requirements." ARTICLE I "To the Faculty members we bequeath the following with tears in our eyes: Item 1-"To Mr. Himes we leave the good will of the class of 1931." Item 2--"To Mr. .Ieandrevin we leave a better girls' basketball team." Item 3-"To Mrs. Mcllvaine, the teacher of Math.. our electric searchlight which will enable her to End those two long entities, the least common divisor and the least common multiple." Item 4-"To Mr. Metz, our efficient reading glass, whereby he will be enabled to discover, not only errors in English, but also all misplaced commas, periods, semifcolons, apostrophes, quotation marks and exclamation points." Item 5'f"To Miss Alsdorf, because of her great desire to be absolutely 'letter perfect,' all the worn out typewriters and lead pencil erasers, with the understanding that they are to be lent, to whomsoever shall ask for them, without regard to race, color, or previous condition of servitude." Item 6-"To Mr. Smith to alleviate all of the malted milk tablets and cough drops still uneonf consumed in various desks, drawers, closets, etc., throughout the building." Item 7w-"To Miss Studer the Senior girls leave all of their scraps of sewing so that she may piece a quilt to remember the class of l93l." ARTICLE II Item 1-"To the Juniors, we bequeath the responsibility of being Seniors as. 'setting an example for lower elassmenf Also the pleasure of 'playing hookey' without being caught." Item Zv-"To the Sophomores we bequeath the opportunity of being a full fledged Junior with more power, knowledge, and pep for C. H. S." Item 3-"To the Freshmen we leave the privilege of occupying the front seats in the study hall." I ARTICLE IH Item 1-"Glenn Amstutz bequeaths his ambition to become a minister to Milton Metz." Item 2-"Harold Fetzer after much consideration has decided to will his ability to drive any machine as fast as it can go around corners without turning over, to Harold Beal." Item 3--"Welcome Plough wishes to impart a portion of her musical ability to Chlora Clappf' Item 4-"Iola Bowman bequeaths her plumpness to Lois Miller, as Lois needs a little excess weight." fPage 'Twentyfonej l......-.....l

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