Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1941

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1 'UIUID ANNIUAXIL So enter that daily thou mayest grow in knowledge, wisdom, and love. So depart . that thou mayest better serve thy fellow men, thy country, , and thy God. ll QI 211 ll

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INMQANNMAL HBH is Board of Education, 'tis true: We gladly present their names to you. Q THE BOARD OF EDUCATION D. I. Mcllvaine, president, is serving his second term as a member is one of the busiest men in Cres- devotes much time and energy to exercises the same good judgment in school as he does in conducting his of the Board of Education. He ton, but still conscientiously school affairs. Mr. Mcllvaine conducting the business of the own business, The Farmer's Supply. Roy Grunder, clerk, has been school teacher, farmer, postmaster and carpenter. At present he is employed by the Hartzler Lumber Comp- any of Smithville. Mr. Grunder's good standing in the community and in the church has earned for him his place on the Board. Robert Rugh, If past experience is any indication, Mr. Rugh should be well qualified to serve on our School Board. For seven years , his purpose has been UBetter schools for Creston.V Mr. Rugh is a successful farmer. He is the father of three children, onzof whom is still in school, i Ford Thompson is serving for the first time in the capacity of a Board member. His interest in school, however, has always been act- ive, for three of his sons have graduated and two are working toward that goal now. Mr. Thompson was long employed at the Ohio Box Board Company, but is now devoting his entire time to farming. Herbert Uhl, a farmer, was elected to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Mr. Frank Mclntire. By his university and business education, by his own experience in the teaching field, and by his former work as a school executive, Mr. Uhl is well qualified to serv as a member of the Board of Education. His interest in good edu- cational faeilities is not only for his own son, who is still in school, but for all children of the community. 194W O



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l INMQANNMAL BUILDING A TEMPLE A builder builded a temple, He wrought it with grace and skill Pillars and groins and arches, All fashioned to work his will. Men said asthey saw its beauty, "It shall never know decay: - Great is thy skill, O builder, ' Thy fame shall endure for aye." A teacher builded a temple With loving and infinite Care, Planning each arch with patience, Laying each stone with prayerv None praised his inceasing efforts: None knaw of his wondrous plan, For the emptle the teacher builded. Was unseen by the eyes of manf Gene is the builder's temple, Crumbled into the dust: Low lies each stately pillar, Food for consuming rust. But the temple the teacher builded Will last while the ages roll, For that beautiful unseen temple Is a child's immortal soul. 194W

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