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"A very good piece of Work,
I assure you, and a merry."
flat Row?-Hazel Metz, Ira Kissinger, Clyde Bricker, Wade Renneclcer, Roy Amstutz, Miss Mcllvaine.
12nd Row?-Gayle Weir, Helen Herman, Elsie Bartholomay, Margaret Sykes, Verda Metz.
We started work on the Annual October 22. The staff was chosen and each
member instructed about his duties. Miss Mcllvaine was chosen our faculty adviser
and helped greatly in making this book a success.
Annual pictures were taken November 8. Several meetings were held at which
we decided about dedication and theme. The members of the staff showed very good
cooperation throughout the year.
Following are the names of those who helped to make this book successful:
Business Manager .,.....,..,...,....... ......,,... I ra Kissinger
Assistant Business Manager ,....... ....... W ade Rennecker
Literary Editor ...,..,............e,....,. .............. H azel Metz
Alumni Editor ..,..... ...,. E lsie Bartholomay
Athletic Editor .,,..
joke and Calendar Editor ..... ....... M argaret Sykes
Activities ............................... .......... G ayle Weir
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"Who on the tip of their persuasive tongue,
Carry all arguments and questions deep."
Klst Rowj-Hazel Metz, Verda Metz, Howard Murray, Roy Amstutz, Harold Graf.
12nd Row?-Miss Mcllvaine, Gayle W'eir, Margaret Sykes, Jean Boot.
The dehating team had a very successful season and the high school can feel
proud of those who represented her. They took first place in the county and were
awarded the hlue and white pennant.
The question dehated was: "Resolved that the federal government should adopt
the policy of equalizing educational opportunities throughout the nation hy means of
annual grants to the states for elementary and secondary education."
On March 18th, the affirmative team composed of Margaret Sykes, Verda Metz,
Roy Amstutz, and Jean Boor as alternate went to Smithville and won their ease hy a
2 to 1 decision. The negative team, Gayle Weir, Howard Murray, Hazel Metz, and
Harold Graf as alternate, remained at home winning over Dalton hy a unanimous def
cision. The next Monday afternoon, the 25th, the negative team journeyed to Doylesf
town and defeated their opponents hy another unanimous vote. The Applecreek negaf
tive clashed with our affirmative on the home floor. The result was a unanimous def
cision in our favor. The teams were now ready for the triangular dehate, which was
held March 29. The affirmative stayed at home again and dehated the Smithville negaf
tive the second time, winning hy a 3 to O vote. The negative team went to Congress
and also won hy a 2 to 1 decision.
Both teams worked hard in preparing this dehate. Much praise and thanks are
due Miss Mcllvaine for her faithful coaching.
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C. H. S. CALENDAR 1934-35
4 First day of school. Rather hard to get back although it's only for a half day.
5 School really starts today with two new teachers at the helm.
6 Mr. Young in today with a plea for more pupils and a greater orchestra. Seniors organized
and elected class officials.
7 Senior class invited Sophomores to a Wiener roast at Shaw's wood. It would have to rain
and no access to the school house, so no party.
13 First day for music. Senior class invited Sophomores for party. Mrs. Mcllvaine visited
14 Senior class party for Sophomores at Shaw's. Wiener roast. Not many Sophs showed up.
Party chaperoned by Miss Bryan, Miss Mcllvaine, Mr. Ieandrevin, and Mr. Smith.
18 First Chapel service, Rev. Stockham officiating. One song. What's the muttering among
the seniors? Senior privilege, front seats in chapel. '
21 Juniors entertain Freshies at party at Mr. Smith's.
25' Chapel today. Mr. ,leandrevin led the program in reading the scripture lesson. Mr. Smith
entertained by telling of his experiences on his summer vacation.
26 No school today. Fair.
27 Baclcto school after a strenuous day at the fair. Not very good attendance.
28 Mr. Jeandrevin proclaimed another vacation. To the fair again.
1 School again. Miss Mcllvaine would give thc seniors a scare by telling them a written lesson
would follow. It happened to be spelling words.
2 Chapel today. Rev. Stockham officiated. Mrs. Armstrong from Seville gave a very interesting
talk on life at the Panama Canal Zone. First B. B. game at Sterling. We lost.
'5 Fresllgies invited juniors to a weiner roast at Art Smith's. Did they have a good time? Not
8 Seniors decide on giving Hallowe'en party. P. T. A. meeting tonight. Feature, Medina String
Ensemble. Money from admission to be used for free lunches.
9 No chapel today. New preacher must be bashful. When will we have the Hallowe'en party?
Can't seem to decide.
10 Beginning of six weeks tests.
12 Columbus Day. Sophs had party for Seniors at Art's. Good attendance and a good time.
Creston won from Burbank in baseball.
17 Grade cards for first time. Wonder what's wrong with the conduct grades? Jr. and Sr.
manual training boys enjoyed themselves by visiting a rubber factory in Akron.
18 The seniors found out that a good way to eat candy was to bribe the teacher. I guess Mr.
Smith likes his kisses!
19 Miss Bryan probably would like to give her shorthand II class a good bawling out! She
should have known that they were all excited about the great party! Margaret Ries must
like to laugh also!
22 Chose Annual staff.
23 Chapel-Rev. Michel made his debut in H. S. New song books.
25' Seniors receive green and white class sweaters.
26 Teachers migrate to Cleveland.
29 Cast for Senior class play chosen-"Sign of the Pewter Jug."
31 Boy's B. B. suits to be given out.
2 Seniors sponsor good Hallowe'en party in H. S. gym.
7 Another chem. test. Everything red with Junior sweaters.
8 Pictures taken for the Annual.
Frey loves to "slam" the girls.
Chapel-Evangelists from Church of God conduct services.
Declamation tryouts. Verda Metz represents Creston.
Fire drill. Everybody scrambles for doors, but alas, no fire.
Dress rehearsal for Senior class play.
23f24 "The Sign of the Pewter Jug" given to a good crowd.
26 Debate tryouts.
28 State inspectors visit school. Miss Bryan maps out day's recitation in French before they
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