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Page 31 text:
'DIU ID A NN UUA IL
Ulu is for Ignorance that you must overcome.
, Keep on in school or theylll call you Uiumbn.
Evelyn Reese, Virginia Wright, Kathryn Shankland, Betty Pate,
Annctta Sherwin, Opal Fry, Helen Dunlap, Gloria Chase, Mar-
jorie Weigley, Winifrod Swigart, Betty Strong, Ena Dyck, Don-
na Beichler, Edith Means.
Dale Beichler, Junior Herman, Richard Thompson, Dale Means Ar-
lo Plough, Mary Sacha, Marjorie Reese, Bernice Collins, Eugene
Leaman, Junior Fry, James Slater, Leland Conn, Hr. Kinney.
Robert Giet, Donna Wright, Mary Zehner, Louis Metsker, Lois
Meyer, Haney McGuff, Charles Erick, Howard Feeman, Junior Hen-
ry, Hilton Blough, Gerald Sigler, Donald Irvin, Lloyd Yeager ,
Robert Dunlap, Edward Anshutz.
President ------------- Arlo Plough
Vice-President -------- - Mary Jo Sacha
Secretary-Treasurer ------ Donald Irvin
Advisor -----e-------- Mr. Kinney
F - unny fellows
- ather rare
G - ften overlooked
S - atisfied scholars
- ave high hopes
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Page 30 text:
' 'DIUIIQ ANNIUAXIL
THE FRESHMAN TOUR
NAll Aboard! All Aboard! The Huge omnibus carrying
forty-two freshmen was off for a tour of adventures. Mr.
Kinney, our advisor, did the driving: Arlo Plough called
out the stopsg Donald Irvin collected the fares, and the
rest of the class did the back seat driving.
The first stop was at Shaw's Woods on October 25 for
the first class party. Our class advisor has for some time
been known as the nabsent-minded professorn, so perhaps that
affected the class. At any rate, knives were forgotten, so
buns had to be split, and mustard spread with -------- yes,
you've guessed it, our fingers.
We climbed merrily back into our omnibus and continued
our journey. We came to a broken bridge with1a sign that
said WMid-Year Exams Creeku. As the creek was shallow, we
thought we could ford it. A few said they would-get out
and push us, We crossed the creeky but several got their
feet wet in Exams Creek.
Our next important stop was for a musical concert. Our
members entertained the other tourists by vocal and instru-
mental numbers. I believe we had the distinction of hating
the only class orchestra ever organized in Creston.
Our trip was made interesting, too, by the athletic
activities of a number of our boys. We were also very proud
of Creston's cheer leaders, Donna Wright and Mary Zehner,
furnished by our class. They looked fand sounded? very
dashing in their black and red uniforms, '
The omnibus was put in the garage for repairs in May,
l9Ml, but it will be ready for another trip in September.
Now the call went forth, UChange cars! Change cars
for next yearln '
Shall we see you then?
Mary Jo Sacha
Page 32 text:
Eunice Beck - Imagine her short and slim.
Dean Blough - Imagine him heavy-weight boxing champion,
Donnie Blough - Imagine him without a giggle.
Virginia Boyes - Imagine her without red hair.
Clarence Bricker - Ahways chewing gum.
Kenneth Bricker - Imagine him notgjalking,
John Coffey - likes to argue with 'iiajora
Lawrence Fetzer - Imagine him a coach
Delbert Gasser - Likes his mother's candy.
Wayne Gingery - Enjoys teasing girls.
Eugene Gish - Imagine him President of the United States.
Althea Haley - Always dreaming. A f
Alvin Hamilton - Imagine him being in avhf ry. '6 j
Evelyn Lance -
hPhyllis Means -
- Imagine her short and ia '. " '
- Behaving himself. , '
- Engpys being teased.
H Enjoys arguing with Mr. Kinney.
Imagine her a fat circus ladyf
Imagine her with dimples.
- Imagine him second Clark Gable.
Dean Mumaw - Always a pest.
Charlotte Pate - Imagine her being an opera singer.
Mary Pinkley -
Imagine her making whoopee.
Wayne Reese - Imagine him washing dishes,
Roberta Rugh -
Imagine her without a hope.
Mildred Steel - Imagine her making love.
Pete Steinmetz - Imagine him using manners.
Betty Stillwagner - Has a hard time figuring which boy.
Wilbur Swigart - Imagine him with a perfect attendance.
Ray Uhler - Mischief maker.
Evelyn West - Imagine her a bathing beauty.
Glenda Yoss - Athletically jointed.
Emma Young - Imagine her with curly hair.
How doth the little boys and girls
Improve their days at school?
By writing notes, and chewing gum,
And breaking every rule.
doth the bigger boys and girls
Do with their time at school?
They try to bluff in every class,
in general, act the fool.
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