Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1934

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5---S--L . s ww ng jf"mr" l-.-.s EW? Af-E'Q,El5llM W. I started on through the hook hut stopped suddenly at the caption, ".luniors." This time, after a few mishaps here and there, we had ZS in our class. Kathryn Law' ton, from Rittman, was again hack with us. This year a few minor changes had heen made. james Patterson was again chosen president: Rohcrt Thompson, vice presidentg Wayne Orr, treasurerg LaVonne Benjamin, secretaryg and Harry Frey, class adviser. This year, I found, we needed a new inspiration to keep us going and soon the Study Room was seeing a red and white glow hetween the Sophomores and Seniors. Our first real opportunity came when we gave our class play. We presented "Mrs Tuhhs of Shantytownf' which proved a great success. From the proceeds we hantlueted the dignified Seniors at Wooster. In hasehall and haskethall we were represented hy the same hoys as the year hefore. Leaning further, I saw that we took more interest in dehate this year. Homer, Wayne, Glenn, and myself were among those selected to go out and argue with the other schools. We won iirst place in the county. Glenn represented the school in short story and won second place in county competition. Glenn, Homer, Leonard, and Christopher again answered the call of the spirit of music. This year, we were getting to he more sound and hasie in our education and we passed through with colors flying. Next, I came to the word "Seniors!" How this word made a thrill go through me as I rememhered those last school days. This time we elected new officers and Glenn Sonnedecker heeame presidentg Wayne Orr, vice president: Harold Henry, secretaryftreasurerg and Harry Frey, class adviser. We were then on our last stretch. We were again represented in haskethall and hasehall. In dehate, six senior hoys made the team. League competition was ahandoned hecause of the scarlet fever epidemic. Glenn again represented us in short story. We gave our senior class play, "Here Comes Charlie," which was the greatest success of many years. We were hanqueted, I saw on this page, hy the juniors, for which we were very appreciative. Our annual, I saw hy reading the next page, was a great success and we, the Seniors of 1934, feel proud, if perhaps unduly, of our record in our high school days, I pored over other interesting pages and wondered where I had gotten this hook. Upon looking at the cover, I recalled the day when I had worked on my Class History for the Class of 1934. --I'IARULD HENRY. fPage Twenty-th reel l.-.e..-.U

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fs ws Ksssw ....,lflf Class History As I was hastily looking through my hooks and magazines, I found one which was entitled "Our Class." I paused a moment to leaf through its pages and to my surprise I found in it the story of my high school days. How happy I was that after all these years I could delve into this hook and recall great pleasures of my youth. Upon turning the iirst page I heheld a group of 34 students looking very bright and diligent. Below the picture I saw the names of our first class officers. Homer Milf ler was president: Raymond Schlegel, vice president: Waiyiie Orr, treasurer: Betty Myers, secretary: and Class Adviser, Miss Studer. These people guided us successfully through all our trials and trouhles our first year. Turning a page I saw we had the misfortune of losing a few this year. Vivian Stout moved to Wcitister, hut in return Durant Lehman came from Orrville. But to our sorrow, Charles Showalter left us. Activities interested our group and Harry Zimmerman and Charles Arnold were out working in haskethall and hasehall. Margaret Ecker and Irene Peake were out for girls' haskethall. In music, blames Patterson, Raymond Schlegel, Homer Miller, Glenn Sonnedecker, and Margaret Ecker represented us. We passed all the exams with a small casualty here and there, hut we managed to he ready for another year. Turning a few more pages, I came upon the word Sophomores. Here I found we had gained and had 35 upon our list. This year I saw wc changed officers. blames I'atf terson was elected president: Rohcrt Thompson, vice president: Betty Myers, secref tary: Russell Schmollinger, treasurer: and class adviser, Miss Studer. I glanced' to the next page and saw a list of those lost and gained during this year. Rittman gave us Rohert Thompson: Vxfooster, Lena Buchanan: Emerson Metsker from Canton: and lastly, I found my own name, a transfer from Leroy to Creston. But then, on the other side was a list of those leaving us Paul Slater, Virgil Bowman, Charles Vxfoodward, Sylvia Ramsier, Margaret Eeker, and Grant Ditch, Grant went to Burhank to he' come a school rival. Again activities stepped in and we had an acceptahle showing from our claw. We enjoyed our parties at the iirst of the year: and in haskethall we were represented hy Charles Arnold, Harry Zimmerman. Grant Ditch, Glenn Sonnedeeker, Vkfayne Orr, Homer Miller, and myself. Out of these Arnold, Zimmerman, Ditch, Miller and my' sell' were out for the hasehall squad. Une happening was a great honor for our class. I saw, in large letters under the liaskethall picture, that Harry Zimmerman won first place in the foul shooting contest at Wtimmster. Dehate attracted two of our classmates and Homer Miller and Marjorie Wriglit gained places as alternates. Turning the page, I saw that through all the trials of the exams and lessons which taunted and tempted us to leave and never come hack, we were determined to go on and we hoped to meet the next year. IPuLge 'fwentyftwoj ,Il lexus:



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: I I. .su-na r is T: THE ANNUAL I I ...mg ,W :ul ' omni -., M-,- Class W 111 "Ansel His Honor, Judge Jones!" cried the court hailitf. The student hody of Creston High School arose. They had heen assemhled in the court room for the reading of the last will and testament of the class of 1934, who had passed from high school into that great heyond. The judge hegan reading: "We, the class of 1934, declare this to he our last will and testament and all former documents null and void! We also ask the court, if there need he an executor appointed, that Mr. Harry Frey he appointed to fulfill this position, without hond. We hequeath our unlimited knowledge, unshot paper wads and ruhher hands to those of the student hody who may desire them. QThe faculty may have a little of the knowledge if they use it to a good advantagef' ARTICLE I Section 1. To the juniors, we give the hack seats in thc study hall. Please, however, don't carve any initials on them! Section 2, To the Sophomores, we leave the honor of showing their dramatic art, and right to skip school without hcing suspended. Section 3. We are sorry the Freshmen have failed to prove themselves capahle of hand' ling any henelits In respect tc and are therefore ineligihle to he mentioned in this precious document. ARTICLE II 1 the faculty for their help, in our time of need, we wish to hequeath the folf lowing: Item 1. To Mr. Himes, we hequeath our good wishes. Item 2. 'I'o Mr. jeandrevin, we hequeath a group of seniors who will hehave themselves in the hack of the study hall the last period, without requiring his presence there. Item 3. To Miss Cahill, we hequeath an English IV class who will prepare their assign' ments hefore they go to class. Item 4 To Mr. Frey. we hequeath a few uhig fellows" to play laasketlaall. Item 5 To Miss Burgoon, we hequcath a French Class who will keep their assigned seats. Item 6 To Mr. Smith, we hequeath all of our hent nails. Item 7 To Mr. Young, we leave a higger and hetter orchestra. ARTICLE III A few personal hequests: Item l I'los:,ie Krause leaves her ahility to draw a crowd of hoys around her at noon, to LaVonne Conkey. Item I Chris Cameron leaves his ahility to argue to Roy Amstutr.. Item 3 To Darrell Bowman, Raymond Schlcgel hcqueaths some of his size. Item 4 Harry Zimmerman leaves his catching ahility to Bud Stoll. Item 5 Betty Myers and LaVonne Benjamin leave their Rittman "dates" to any two Alunior girls who can 611 them. Item 6 Russell Sehmollinger leaves his uhearty laugh" to Harvey Linder. Item 7 Glenn Sonnedecker leaves his ahility of playing the sax to Roy Amstutr.. Item 8 Harold Henry hequeaths his hass voice to Ira Kissinger. Item 9 To Paul Fike. Boh 'I'hompson hcqueaths his ahility to get kicked out of classes. Item 141. To Ruth Haskins, Virginia Snyder leaves her diet hook. Item ll. Irene Peake leaves her smile to Margaret Reis, Item 12. Betty Myers leaves her cheer leading ahility to anyone in the junior class who may need it. Item 13. Edna Cliem leaves a few of her "giggles" to Verda Metz. Item 14. Leonard Showalter leaves his ahility to play the violin to Lee Dicus. Item li. Thelma Lehman leaves her A grades to Margaret Sykes. SloNi4.n HY Siiivioa Ctass or 1934. VJitnexse::: Memhers of the Annual Staff. WAYNE URR. fPuge 'Iitventy-fowl

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