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tlst Row!-Beryl Gliem, Margaret Reis Elmer Johnson, Hazel Metz, Mary Stebbins, Everett Miracle, Freedu
Edington, Eleanor Gitfen, Verda Nletz, LaVonne Conkey, Helen W'ayt, Christopher Cameron, Ira Kissinger.
12nd Row!-Lloyd Beal, james Ernst, Gladys Kreischer, Edward Kirschner, Evelyn Wright, Mildred Snyder, Russel
Schlnnllinger, Margaret Syl-tes, Bertha Garrison, Kathryn Benjamin, Harvey Linder.
Grd Row!-Lillian Kirschner, Wilnia Jeffers, Roy Amstutz, Betty Meyers, Mar'orie Wri ht, Virginia Snyder, Eileen
Fetzer, Lorna Mnmaw, Selma Jeffers, Helen Herman, Dorothy Strong, Miss Alscforf.
Nth Row!-Florence Krause, Emerson Metsker, Alice Carpenter, Glenn Sonnedecker, Lois Miller, Waylie Orr,
Thelma Lehman, Homer Miller, LaVonne Benjamin.
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COLORS- Rulmcm ct album.
The Latin II class organized as thc Latin Club with a nlcmhciship of liftccn. Betty Meyers
was chosen prcsidcnt and Virginia Snyder sccrctaryftrcasurcr, We voted tn retain the old motto
ln Dcccmhcr an initiation party was held lm' the Latin l class, thus raising our mcinhcrship
to twcntyfnnc. Later thc cluh was entertained by thc Latin l class at thc school hnnsc. Under
Miss Alsdnrlk leadership wc hope tn cc-mc through our Latin in line shape.
Lcs Hihoux dc Nuit organized early in the fall: they elected the following officers: Lois
Miller, president: Kathryn Benjamin, vice president: Mildred Snyder, secretary. We had our first
party late in April, then we thoroughly initiated the French l class.
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list Row?-Roy Amstutz, Robert Meyers, Miss Mcllvaine, Homer Nlillct.
12nd Rowl-Frances Gantz, Marjorie Wriglit, Freeda Edington, Chlora Clapp, Lois Miller.
Creston High School can rightfully feel proud of the people who represented her in debate.
They took second place in the county,
The affirmative went to Chester the evening of March 18. They won unanimously. The
negative team stayed at home and won over Fredericksburg by a unanimous vote. The next
Friday night. the 27th, the negative team went to Smithville and the Smithville negative came
to Creston. Both Creston teams defeated their opponents unanimously. They were then eligible
to enter the final round on Tuesday evening, March 29.
Our Affirmative team traveled to Appleereelc and was defeated by a 2 to l decision, The
negative team stayed at home and defeated Chester by a vote of Z to I. They made a splendid
showing under the faithful coaching of Miss lvicllvaine,
Each member of each team did his part well and deserves special eommendation. The af'
Hrmative side of the question was upheld by Chlora Clapp, Freeda Edington, Robert Myers, and
Marjorie Wriglit as alternate: the negative by Lois Miller, Frances Gantz, Roy Amstutz, and
Homer Miller as alternate.
The question debated was, Resolved: that the several states should enact legislation adopt'
ing a plan of Unemployment Insurance.
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ilst Rowl-Dorothy Strong, Glenn Sonnedecker, Howard Fulton, Robert Strong, Edward Kirschner, Lois Miller,
Isabelle Buchanan, Homer Miller.
Qnd Rowi-Emerson Rugh, Bertha Garrison, Catherine Fulton, Grace Grunder. Robert Meyers, Lillian Kirschner,
Eleanor Giffen, Margaret Ecker, Lloyd Beal, Howard Miirray.
Q The Creston High Orchestra began practicing the Hrst week of school under the direction
ol our former music instructor, Mr. Young. The orchestra has furnished music lor various en'
tertainments, such as junior'Senior4 class plays and Debate. The High School and community can
well he proud of this hne group ol musicians and the type of music they play. Their success has
hcen due to the faithful instruction of Mr. Harry Young and to the regular practices every
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Corners ----,. Howard Nlurray
Tromhoncs-WmWm-U-W--mu Homer Miller
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