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The Creston Annual 1940
Scene IX Shot 1
Nov. 21 Creston West Salem Z1 Home
Nov 28 Creston Congress 23 There
Dec. 1 Creston Burbank 20 Home
Dec. 15 Creston Sterling 36 There
Dec. 19 Creston Doylestown 39 Home
Dec. 22 Creston Mt. Eaton 15 There
Jan. 5 Creston Smithville 18 There
Jan. 12 Creston Dalton 28 Home
Jan. 23 Creston Chester 18 There
Jan. 26 Creston Apple Creek 46 Home
Feb. 2 Creston Fredricksburg 53 There
Non-league Creston Sterling 30 Home
Feb. 9 Creston Shreve 33 Home
While our team won. only Five out of twelve games, it was a team working with smooth
cooperation that made these five victories possible. Last year we lost all but two of our
lettermen, Delbert Montgomery and Robert Graf. Those who played on the first team this
year, besides the two lettermen were: William Davis, Paul Meyer, Mickey I-Iolderbaum, William
Uher, Dale Litman, Arthur Repp, Jr., ancl Robert Clapp.
BASEBALL ...... Scene IX Shot 2
Well baseball fans, this isn't Jack Graney speaking, but there is a wee bit of news on
Creston's baseball front. ,
Our team played several games last fall, but the real season was this spring. The first
game this spring was with Wooster. With Robert fGeorgeJ Graf on the mound for six
innings and Delbert Uohnnyj Montgomery hurling the seventh frame, Creston lost on what
looked to be bad support. This game was played April 10.
THE SPRING SCHEDULE WAS AS FOLLOWS:
Wooster ..................... ...................f... ......---.........,.. .
Congress ........................................ .,...... ............... .
West Salem .,..................................-...................... -.
County tournament was played in April.
Compliments of PETE WEIR, the Barber
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The Creston Annual - 1940
5 First day of school. Several new teachers were seen about the building. -
6 School started in earnest. Mr. Hatlield informed Sonny that no necking was al'
lowed during school hours.
12 We had a day's vacation to go to the fair.
21 Home Economics Club organized for the year.
22 Freshman girls had a farewell party for Grace Michel..
Z3 Freshman Class had a hamburger fry at Mac's Dam.
26 F. F. A. boys organized their club for the year.
28 Our last baseball game of this season was .played at Seville.
Miss Graber had a weiner roast for the Senior Class.
29 Junior Class had a scavenger hunt.
3 Seniors all joined in the chorus to wish Don S. a happy birthday.
'5 Group pictures were taken again this year by Mr. Vs7hitemeyer.
Everyone was spruced up a bit.
26 High School had a Halloween Party sponsored by the Senior Class.
11 R. O. H. Club went to Dalton to the District Home Ee. Rally.
13 Seniors were surprised by the psychological test.
14 juniors had their turn at the psychological test.
17 Seniors presented their Class Play entitled "Professor, How Could You!"
Z1 First basketball game of the season was with West Salem. We won by the close
score 23 to 21. 2
28 Creston had a basketball game with Congress at Congress.
29 R. O. H. girls and F. F. A. boys had a Box Social.
1 Creston versus Burbank. Better luck next time!
12 Glee Club sung two numbers in Chapel today.
14 R. O. H. Girls gave a Christmas Party for the less fortunate little children.
21 Many red faces were seen today during the Christmas Program.
22 Miss Graber received a gift from "Le Cercle Francais','.
24 Creston versus Mt. Eaton.
2 Back to school again after a much appreciated vacation.
4 Mr. Hatfield disposed of comic books.
5 Creston versus Smithville. A victory for us.
8 Mr. Grierson, of the Farmers Institute, spoke to us in Chapel.
9 Burbank and Creston put on an amateur show.
11 Mid'year exams bothered us again.
12 Iola was put into the waste paper basket by mistake.
Creston versus Dalton at Creston.
16 Miss Mcllvaine was absent today. Mr. Plough substituted for her.
17 Mr. and Mrs. john Parsons gave three episodes of Lincoln's Life.
18 Home Ec. Girls had a skating party at Wooster. .
19 Juniors all joined in the chorus to wish Shirley R. a happy birthday.
First High School Dance was held in the gym.
22 Grade cards came out displaying semester averages.
23 Mr. Bauders, Methodist minister from Seville, talked to us in Chapel.
24 Creston French Club had a meeting with the Wooster French Club.
26 An owl entertained the study hall the second period after dinner.
27 The Juniors had a Class Party at Junior Repp's home.
31 Dr. Bingham talked in Chapel today on "Personality".
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