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Freshman Class History
As we are all gathered together for the last time as Freshmen, I will read the
happenings of the year:
Our first activity as Freshmen was the organization of our class, Miss Burgoon
was chosen as faculty adviser, Raymond Arnold was elected president of our class:
Flora Geitgey, vice presidentg and Verla Bricker, secretary-treasurer. We selected
Lavender and Gold as our class colors.
Ahout two weeks after school started the junior class gave us a weiner roast in
Hawk's woods. There, we were initiated into the mysteries of Creston High. The fol-
lowing Friday night we reciprocated with a party at the home of Kathryn Fulton.
On Hallowe'en we were invited to a party at the school house, sponsored hy the
junior class. It was the first allfhigh school party of the year. At Christmas time, we
gave a class party at the school house, This ended parties until midfyear exams were
over. Almost all of the Freshmen passed these.
On Vv'ashington's Birthday we gave a chapel program. We also, with the aid
of the Sophomores, sponsored a temperance play, "Ten Nights in a Bar Room." This
was given hy the Smithville Players.
ln athletics we were represented hy Raymond Arnold on the haskethall and hase-
hall teams: also hy Otto Glassnap, Harry Kissinger, Rohert Shaffer, and Clare Blough
on the haskethall teams, Glassnap playing in the county tournament.
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WHAT FRESHMEN ARE STUDYING TO BE
Raymond Arnold, "Ramy"--Algehra Professor
Clare Blough, "Happy"-Baskethall star
Verla Bricker, "Vv'impy" --Mechanic's wife
Donald Carter, "Peanut"--Heavyfweight Boxing Champion
Harold Chase. k'Saxophone" -Star Baseball pitcher
jean Chase, "Pugl'- -Music Teacher
Gladys Douhle, 'xDuh"-Tap Dancer
Rohert Earl. "Squirrel"--Sewer Cleaner
-lane Elliston. 'xPeg"--Evangelist
David Fausnight. x'Davy" -Detective
Kathryn Fulton, "Kate"- Wife of a Millionaire
Russell Gantz, uStanley"- Champion Pig Racer
Morrison Gillen, "Morri"--Second Hoover
Carlyle Grunder, "Yippey"-Champion Hog Caller
Blanche Henry, "Hen"--Health Nurse
Dorothy Herman. "Dot"- Piano Player
Harry Kissinger, "Kissie" --Manager of Loan Co,
Mary Marko, "Minnie Mouse"-- Science teacher
Frank Miller, "Fagan"- -Artist
Orahelle Noinmay, KAWllbblE"7OPCliil Singer
Dorothy Perram, "Doli'y"- Farmer's wile
Evelyn Schar, "Evy"--Clerk in Marriage License Bureau
Rohert Shaffer, "Boh"-- Engineer
Conda Shuy, uShonda"- Aviator
Ruth Weideiiiziii, "Runt"- -Bathing Beauty
Lena Yonker, "VJienie"- lvfovie Star
Clatus Hamilton. "Ham"--Principal of Creston
Flora Gietgey, "Flossiel' -Village Gossiper
Gtto Glassnap. "Classy"-Sheriff.
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flst Row!-Harold Chase, Carlyle Grunder, Harry Kissinger, David Fausnight, Robert Earl, Raymond Arnold,
Robert Shaffer, Clare Blough, Frank Miller.
12nd Row?-Conda Shuy, Russel Gantz, Ruth Wfeideman, Gladys Beichler, Zelda Eby, Otto Glassnap, Jane Elliston,
Orabelle Nommay, Verla Bricker, Miss Burgmm, Donald Carter, Morrison Gitlen.
Grd Row!-livelyn Schar, Dorothy Herman, Lena Yonker, Blanche Henry, Mary Marko, Gladys Double, Flora
Geitgey, Kathryn Fulton, jean Chase, Marguerite Mitchell.
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Vt-rlu Brickcr ,..,,, , ,,.,, Secretary and Treasurer
COLORS f- L111'e11der and Cold
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