Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1934

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i 'IU F at fan: -ras seam Junior Class History Dear Diary: Septemher: I know you simply cannot imagine all the wonderful things we juniors shall have to conhde in you now that school has started. Tonight, we took the Freshies on a roast to Shaw's woods. I'm sure they enjoyed themselves in spite of the fact that we deemed it necessary to use a little stove hlackf cning on them to give a little "color" to initiation services. Plenty of "hot dogs" com' pensated a little. Today, we organized, dear Diary, and elected Harvey Linder president, Roy Amstutz, vicc presidentg Margaret Sykes, treasurerg Verda Metz, secretary, and Miss Cahill as our adviser. We decided to keep green and white as our class colors, and selected the sweet pea as our flower. Tonight, the Freshies entertained us quite royally at the house of Katharine Fulf ton. It was a glorious night, so we played games on the lawn. And what quantities of ice cream and cake they served us! Octoher: Tonight, we sponsored an oldffashioned Box Social after the regular P. T. A. meeting. What fun it was! Some of the hoxes sold quite high considering we have a depression! So we made several dollars, onefthird of which we gave to the P. T. A. Hallowe'cnffthis is the occasion for our higgest activity up to date. Tonight, we sponsored a High School Party. Cornstalks, pumpkins, halloons, ghosts, and jackfof lanterns decorated the "gym", Booths, containing side shows and food to sell, lined the walls. Whistles and masked students in costumes added to the festival air. Isaf helle Buchanan and Russell Schmollinger received prizes for heing the hest costumed. The pop-corn, cider, pumpkin pies, hot dogs, and candy which we sold netted us a gain. But did we work! Decemher: We were not actively interested in any particular thing last month-'except Thanksgiving vacation. This month we are gay at the prospect of a tenfday Christmas Holiday. However, dear Diary, we are sad at the prospect of losing one of our class mcmhers. Russell Harris is moving to Coshocton. C. H. S. will miss hoth Russell and Carl! Tonight, just a few days hefore Christmas, we gave the Harris's a farewell party. The Sophomores joined us in wishing them bon voyage. January: Dear Diary, the hcst we can say of this month is that we all sufferedf sand surf vivedff-midfyear exams, We are also enjoying the haskethall games. We are very proud to have five Juniors on the team-Kissinger, Rhoads, Ditch, Linder, and Stahl. Fehruary: Today, tryfouts for Dehate were held and Hazel Metz and Roy Amstutz made the team. Dear Diary, I am so excited. Last night, I was fortunate enough, or the judges were kind enough, to give me second place in County Declamation. Lady Luck was surely my sponsor. fl-'age Twentyfsevenj i I ll 1 I 0 as

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bias: , , A ki , 6 Y W THE Allillllilfllllkbh 'wt wmuf llst Row? Darrel Bowman Roy Amstutz, Wade Renneclcer, Lloyd Beal, Russ Ditch, Russel Harris Ir1 Kissinger Paul Flke, Clyde Bricker, Melvin Rlwades. l1 l A Bc k, Verda Metz Arthur 12nd Raw? Misa Cahill, Lowell Irvin Anna Belle Huflman, Elsie Bart nnmay, nna c Snhl Hazel Metz, Margaret dykes, Harvey Linder, Lee Dicus, Raymond Hubacker. Ord Row! Selma Jeffers, Mary Gantz, Evelvn Foltz, Ruth Haskins, Zella Jackson, Lavonne Cnnkey Helen Her man, Hilda Vanzile, Gerald Campbell, Carl Hall. Harvey Lmdcr .,.. ., r....,,r ,..,,..... . Roy AlI1Nllll1 .... Mnrgaxrcl Sykcf Vcrclzl Metz ..... Prcaiclcnt Prcalalcm Tl'CllSlll'l'I' Sccrctau y



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F'--"-I E a ef, 1 lg 52 gi i-2. 3 E 151 an ft 'L a Q . 3 l i.-.:....l This month was interrupted hy the closing of school for an indefinite time, due to the epidemic of scarlet fever. Thank goodness, none of us were victims. April: We gave the junior Class Play and from it received enough remuneration to enahle us to hanquet our Senior friends. May: Dear Diary So much is happening this month. .luniorfSenior Banquet, at Wtwtisf ter: Commencement, at which time we lose the class which well, after all, in spite of the fact that they're Seniors, we'll rather miss them next year. C. H. S. wonlt he quite the same! Speaking of next year, our final exams are facing us, which will tell the tale of whom of us will he dignified Seniors! Fond adieu, Dear Diary, until then. Ivlay we as za whole greet you next Septemher, with all our important responsihilities which shall rest on our shoulders. b -VERIJ,-X Mierz. CAN YOU IMAGINE- Roy Amstutz not in an argument? Elsie Bartholomay not hlushingl' Lloyd Beal getting excited about something? Anna Beck not giggling? Darrell Bowman willing to read his theme in English class? Clyde Bricker- having his English lesson? Gerald Camphell not grinning at the girls? LaVonne Conkey-f-without makefup? Lee Dicus without musical talent? Ross Ditch not heing independent? Evelyn Foltz -a hold, llirtatious sophistieatef' Mary Gantz a vivaeious hrunctte? Carl Hall a heavyweight prizelighterf' Ruth Haskins tall and slender? Helen Herman not heing precise? Raymond Huhacker not heing well posted on current events? Annahelle Huffman without freckles? Lowell lrvin not heing loyal to his mck'name7 Zella 'Iaekson as Mae NVest's douhle7 Selma -Ielllers walking slowly with mineing step.-7 lra Kissinger not composing letters lor M. Sf' Harvey Linder short and unattractive? Hazel Metz not helping other people with their lessonsf' Verda Met: short. fat, and hlonde? Vv'ade Renneker a hardened, masterful king ol' the underworld? Melvin Rhoades with his hair mussed np? Margaret Ries without her sunny disposition? Arthur Stahl walking quietly through the study hallf' Margaret Sykes not voicing her opinion ahout the matter? Hilda Vanzile winning a medal lor perfect attendance? Paul Iiike-heing an angel lor a day? lPage 'l'Let'11tyfeiglitl

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