Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1938

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I 0 x School D1ary "DEAR DIARY" September 7 First day of school--Toubles begin again. 15 N0 school-we all trek to the fair, S Soplwmores and Freshmen Organize- 17 More nice people! We go to the fair again. 9 S?Hl0I'S OFSHDIZG- 20 Would a certain teacher like to join the Senior 14 First Assembly, including our youngsters-the Sewing Circle? ' seventh and eighth grades. October 5 Sack rush. We wonder if the Freshmen were 28 Hallowe'en party, sponsored by the Seniors. afraid of the Sophomores. 29 Teachers' Convention. Vacation-what sad news! 18 "Whimpy" and the iioor meet-Howdy. November 2 Senior class play tryouts. 16 Ernie Family entertains. Very good-at least 3 Seniors would like some advice on "How to Act we got out of some lessons. Your Age." 22 First Home Economics Club party. 8 Beginning Education week. Every Monday starts 26 that for us. 12 Visitors' day. And what a crowd. Q4 visitors.J December 3 Senior class play. 17 6 Did you say you were cold? The Juniors are. P. S.-The Juniors' class sweaters arrived. 29 16 Assembly-sponsored by Home Ec. Club. V January 7 Burbank vs. Creston. We won. 24 13-14 Mid-year exams. February 2 Could rocking chairs be secured for the P. A. D. class? 23 4 Senior Beauty parlor. 25. 22 Another vacation. Washington's birthday. First March 5 Senior skating party. 18 S Junior class play tryouts. 25 9-10-11 Interclass basketball tournament. 29 April 1 April fool. No school. Teachers' visitation day. 28 22 Junior class play. 29 ' May 6 All school musicale. 19 13 J unior-Senior banquet. 27 15 Baccalaureate. First basketball game with Apple Creek. iWe lost.J Chrismas vacation started. CA benefit to last minute shoppers.J Back again. Phantom bell undiscovered in typ- ing room. There's a stranger in our school. Look out girls! game of the tournament. We defeat Mt. Eaton. More tournament. We win from West Salem. End of the tournament. Everyone seems down- hearted. St. Patrick's party. Ship docked today. Seniors select invitations. Skating party. Ouch, that floor's hard! All-County musicale. One-act plays. Commencement. Alumni Banquet. . 1 1 W ml

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'E Home Economics Club ' "THERE'S MORE PRETTY GIRLS THAN ONE" Front: Genevieve Ganyard, Bernice Bowman, Winifred Jeffers, Patricia Reynolds, Betty Wright, Kathleen Hummel, Anna Marko, Phyllis Fetzer, June Shan- non, Donna Davis, Pauline Stahl, Shirley Romich, Lucille Uhl, Madeline Diefendorf. Center: Pauline Boreman, Sally Ann Coleman, Emma Markley, Norma Lenacher, Marva Grether, Clara Bartholomay, Ruth Fetzer, Marjorie Walters, Janet Smith, Dorothy Walmer, lola Yarnell, Jean Grether, Lois Hunter, Miss Graber. Back: Lois Gantz, Beverly Allen, Jean Boor, Grace Whonsetler, Marjorie Gantz, Arcille Jamison, Eva Gantz, Hazel Feeman, Mary Shell, Frances Blough, Eileen Henry, Betty Zehner. Motto: Willing Workers Win OFFICERS President ............ ..... . ......................... K athleen Hummel Vice President ..... ........... M arva Grether Secretary ............. ......,........ R uth Fetzer Treasurer ............................................,....... Clara Bartholomay . The Home Economics Club is a very active club. Meetings are held monthly and a social time is enjoyed. ' The girls furnished the Assembly program for Christmas, a playlet was the main feature. Some of the members gave readings and musical numbers. For their project this year the club members made drapes for the auditorium and Home Economics Room and the freshman members made covers for the sewing machines. They also study etiquette, entertaining, grooming and any other subject the members are interested in. On March 18 the girls sponsored a St. Patrick's party for the High School. - ei 4.4.4



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