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ir OUID ANNUAL 'k
GORPORALS ' .
. FRESHNAN GLASS
First Row! Bertha Gifford, Margaret Yoder, Majora Kaufman, Evelyn
Lance, Roberta Rugh, Kenneth Bricker, Dean Mumaw, Dean Blough,
Evelyn West, Mary Fraelieh, Marion Johnson, Althea,Haley, Mildred
Second Row! Jennie Bell Franks, Glenda Toss, Betty Stillwagner
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harlotte Pate, Emma Young, Phyllis Means, Virg1nia,Boyes, Betty
Hathaway, Mary Jane Pinkley, Betty Plant, Miss Koontz.
Third Row! Wayne Reese, Robert Franks, Ivan Mosier, Clarence
B . , P . A y .
richer, Wayne Gingery, Raymond Mullet, Ray Uhler,Lamrence -Fetzer,
Delbert Gasser, Alvin Hamilton, Donald Blough, Eugene Gish.
A cuss orrxcms
President ' C' , Dean Mumaw
tice President Kenny Bricker
Secretary-Treasurer Roberta Bugh
Student Council Dean Blough
Advisor Miss Koontz
This is station F-RHO-S-H broadcasting from the terminal tow-
er in the Creston High School Building.
The new school year found thirtyaeight bold freshmen
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'D IU ID AN N IIJAXIL
have some famous athletes. Why, just watch the sophomores in son
tion on the basketball court, or the baseball diamond and you will
agree that they are striving to win for dear old Creston all the
We have e few ambitious students who are really working. We
have e few who are endoavoring to become public speakers,
Yes, and just ask Miss Graber what she would do if she would
not have those jolly sophomores to liven up the home ee, ,olass.
Some of the girls are really going to be good housekeepers. Say,
did you taste any of the candy they made just before Christmus-w-
mm. som! 1
Some are even learning how to become better citizens f as if
they didnft know howD,t Host of the boys are really getting some-
where in the way of manual training. Did you see some of the
things they made? , -
Oh yes, we mustnft forget'our honorable advisor. He is well
known for his absent mindodness, but we would be jealous of
anyone else who took him,
All in ell, now tell mo, what would :-. GHS do without the class
of 44? You can seo we are accomplished in all fields. Show us e
class.thst can beat us. Oh, better not bother, you might find
f - . Q X' .it. .-iff?
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. FRESHMEN BROADCAST
enrolled in Creston High School with a stupendous amount of pep and
plenty of determination to make good in the eyes of the upperelass-
The class of 1945 chose as their dictator Dean Mumaw with Kon-
ny Bricker, viceapresident: Roberta Rugh, secretary-treasurer: Dean
Blough and Evelyn West, represented us in the student council: and
backing us with sound advise, Miss Koontz. So, with such guidance
we should proceed to the highest of our ability.
We had several new classmates join us, They are Margaret Yodaz
Mary Fraelich, and Betty Plant, At the mid-year we lost one of our
faithful members, Betty Hathaway,
Though the youngest of the upper four classes, we have interesh
pop, and enthusiasm in recreation which, of course, means basketball,
Holding the spot-light in basketball are Don Blough, Dean Blough,Ken-
ny Bricker, and Eugene Lehman.
Our first class party was held at the Wooster City Park and wass
greatly enjoyed by everyone,
Ladies ond Gentlemen, this is station F-R-O-S-H signing o:Ef.We'
ll see you next year same time, but on a different station and with
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