Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1942

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if 'DIIJIIQ Awsungl if REVEILLI1 ' V GLEE CLUB First Row: Earlene Pate, Lois Reese, Coreine Kaufman, Alice Slater, Relda Grunder, Bertha Gifford, Irene Huffman, Kathryn B tt Stoinmetz, Beverly Kollert, Jeannette Rook, Grace Pinkley, e y Dunn, Ruby Perry, Dorothy Cherry, Bernice Dawson, Second Row! Miss Koontz, Althea Haley, Betty Hathaway, Evelyn i C lli West Phyllis Means, Leona Fetzer, Bernice Collins, Lo s o ns, 8 Ilene Graber, Norma Sonndecker, Betty Weaver, Kathleen Murray, Carol Montgomery, Third Row' Beatrice Dawson, Edith Means, Betty Strong, Virginia Blough, Gloria Chase, Jean Copley, Glenna Hathaway, Vivian Steele, Rosella Yeager, WDO mi sal don - It is our only organization of its kind- the WGir1s' Glee CldU'! When we forty girls get together the syllables really fly. But we have sung all year mostly for our ' ttl ecial activity individual pleasure. There has been li e sp other than singing for P. T. A. and Chapel programs. We have en'o ed our smaller singing groups, too. We began the year sing- J Y ing at the County Fair for the Pageant of American Musicg we M 7th The conclude the year preparing for a Chapel Program on ay , new victor records are an added attraction in music appreciation study, The do mi sals continue as bits of our three part harmony float out through the auditorium windows-and you know it is the 'Girls' G-lee Club." 1I 942

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i' DIUID Awaulixll. ir PROPAGANDA MINISTERS UZIPPERP STAFF First Bow: Dorothy Cherry, Grace Pinkley, Bertha Gifford, Betty Stillwagner, Nina Lehman, Betty Strong, Mildred Steele, Marion Johnson, Eleanor Herman, Kathleen Beichler. Second Row: Miss Mcllvaine, Mildred Dohner, Audrey Olson, Mildred Heideman, Gloria West, Mary Gifford, Martha Christy, Virginia Blough, Bette Davis, Ena Dyck. Third Bow: Leroy Haley, Doloris Long, Wreta Mace, Harry Walmer , Philip McKown, June Blough, David Matteson, Gloria Chase, Harold Carter. Editor 'Nina Lehman Associate Editor Philip McKown Features Leroy Haley Art Eno. Dyck Sports June Blough Gossip Martha Christy Production Harold Carter Business Manager Eleanor Herman Activities Betty Strong Stencils Senior Typing Class Faculty Advisor Miss Mcllvaine General Reporters3iMildred Weideman, Doloris Long, Wreta,Mace, Grace Pinkley, 'Audrey Olson, Kathleen Beichler, Mildred Dohner, Gloria West, Virginia Blough, Bette Dayis, Mary Gifford, Howard Feeman, Mildred Steele, Marion Johnson, Gloria Chase, Dorothy Ch Q . . erry, Betty Stillwagncr, David Matteson, Harry Walmer, Bertha Gifford. ' 1lQIl4l2



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lt, ,l EVERYTHING SEWED UP ON THE INSIDE OF THE -A' felum ANNIUAYIL if NQM12 NNN? VNIQWWNUNDNEN VJ , , Qfff'f IN I A rcCPQie9NH1GH SCHOQP 1 A we GO Q D P H T T18 Q GRADUATION j . e 5 5 I I I ' 1 1 J m r" P- 'i A It is always the aim of the school paper to be bigger and better each year. This year the staff believes it has vucoeeded, even' though is was discontinued to Gaye paper for defense, Several changes were made at the beginning of the year. One more column was added to make the publication look more like a real newspaper Nhat the staff called Jletters to the editoru was a new addition, These' were articles written in the form of letters, by people who have graduated from Creston, A descripe tion of a senior was also an added attraction . As DEED the issues continued more pictures were constantly being added. Only once were there less than six pages and several times there were ten pages, The name was also changed. Since the paper was somewhat "snapped upn the name was changed to the uCreston-Zippef'. A large part of the paper's success was due do the helpful sug- gestions of Miss Mc- Ilvaine, I, personally, wish to thank the staff, student body, the grade teachers, the faculty, and Miss Mcllvaine for their help this year. A a aThe Editor NOW WHOSE BRAGGIN'? Margaret Tyler,fsenior chemistry student, camo egIwithethoIfollowing're- mark one day, nThc chemical worth of lic human body is about eight cents. Those of us tae complain about feel- ing like thirty cents, sure are bragginlu BRIGHT BOY! Jeff: nSay Jeep, why on earth do you wear such loud socks?n Jeep: nOh, I just hate to have my feet go to sleep in class, w w a 2 w m A tommyhawk is what if you go to sleep suddenly and wake without hair, there is an Indian with. 1IQII4lZ ...-....- ra-V so an Q ,Tw I r- IJ B ' ,Q b Us I 4 l H Ill N , Q -13? 3 'I X 'AD u On May 20, 1942 Uthe senior class of Creston High School held its graduation exercises in the high school audit- orium. A total of 18 students graduatedgfive boys and thirteen girls The Seniors, dressed in royal blue and white caps and gowns,sat upon the stage which was de- corated with spring flowers, Dean Bruere from the College of Wooster de- livered the address, Two certificates of scholarship were award- ed two seniors. I Two books were also awarded Ono to the outstaniling girl and the other to the outstanding boy in the class, Donald Mollvainc, president of the school board, awarded I the diplomas,

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