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9d2O-21 Thanksgiving vacation.
Doylestown beat Creston.
Seniors are trading friendship pictures.
Assembly Program--Eighth grade presented a play. Creston
won the basketball game at Smithville.
The Senior Play cast presented the matinee to the grades.
Mrs. Wells became cook of the cafeteria.
4 Creston beat the Dalton basketball game,
5 Chapel-Rev. Conn talked. The Seniors presented 'Miss
20 Creston basketball players won over Mineral City's team,
Mr. Martinrs former home.
23 Creston's team lost to Fredericksburg.
24 Christmas and New Yearfs vacation started.
5 Back to school--very cold winter weather. Thrill-Wreta's
14 Six of the boys visited Leroy School for fun,
15 Juniors went to Kent State because of perfect attendance,
16 The last school paper came out. The Seniors enjoyed
toothpicks in History Class,
20 Creston played Seville.
19 Basketball players visited Kent.
22 What happened to the basketball players? Why, they have
butch haircuts. .
23 Home Ee. girls visited Cooking School at Wooster.
28 The Senior history class went to the Wooster Courthouse
to hear a trial. The high school had a roller skating
29 An accident--Dohner dripped pie on her-self or was it an
excuse so she wou1dn't need to eat it. Assembly--Leroy
Haley was head of the musical program.
2 Miss Koontz is now wearing an engagement ring.
3 Began Volley Ball tournament at noon,
4 Senior Girls lost the volley ball game to the Junior Girls
6 Assembly-eSophomore class gave a play, many laughs.
9 Darker this morning--WAR TREE.
17 Lost to Doylestown at county tournament.
20 We hurried to finish article for American Legion. Part
of the Home Ee. Girls served a supper. Assembly Program-
Junior class had a spelling bee, Bertha Gifford won 31.00.
25 We pick our class motto and flower, Mr. Frey is sick,
25 Mrs. Frey taught our history class,
2 Received our grade cards.
4 The Juniors took a trip to visit the Akron Beacon Journal
ll A magician entertained at the school house. We decided
to let the faculty choose our commencement speaker,
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Another school year begins--with new and old faces. Char-
les Deitrich is the new Senior boy.
3 Classes elected officers and advisors.
4 Each pupil was assigned a regular seat in the study hall.
5 Seniors had a hay ride. Fun, hey?
9 School was dismissed for the day so we could attend the
Wayne County Fair.
26 News!!! The school paper WMugwumpU was published. The
Freshmen had a weiner roast and the Sophomoresi had a skat-
39 Mrs. Hoff opened the School cafeteria. The annual staff
was selected and-Eileen Levers was elected Editor. The R.
O. H, Club's new members were initiated. Sterling base-
ball players won over Creston's team.
1 What's so shining? Why the Seniors haye their new 'class
rings. Each class voted for two girls to be chosen as
3 Assembly program - Fair money awarded. John Haley and
Eugene Uhl talked on Buckeye State. Juniors had a heated
argument on sweaters or jackets, but the sweaters won.
Watch the birdie! The annual pictures were taken. '
9 The Creston School Fair--- Dot Long was selected .Harvest
10 School Fair--Harvest Queen crowned. The Senior Class had
a 35d supper. A magician entertained. Many premiums
were given for exhibits.
18 Sophomores, Juniors, ,and Seniors saw a football game at
23 School Paper renamed UCreston Zippern came out. Hallo-
we'en Party given at School House.
24 Believe it or not. a vacation. Teachers attended
Teachers' Convention in Cleveland.
27 No History class, but study anyway.
28 Best attendance was won by the Seventh grade. They joun-
neyed to The Rittmnn Salt Works. '
31 Assembly Program---Swearing in of Boy patrol, State pan
trolman talked. Miss Graber treated us to a Hallowefen
Party at Creston Pres. Church. Everyone 'had a good time.
7 nCreston Zippern came out. Assembly Program --Rbv, Plough
talked. There was a pep meeting. A
8 Home Economic Conference at Rittman.
ll Armistice Days-Bill Davis spoke. ' g
12 Activity period, the annual staff planned the program'
13 The Juniors aren't blushing, itls just the "Wrofleotion
from their sweaters. . h ,
14 Election of Seniors for Senior Day' ,'
17 Senior Day, a grand privilege with everyone happy, but
tired, We understand the teachers better, now.
l8 Basketball game at Sterling.
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Assembly Program---The F. F. A. boys presented a gir1's style
Commencement invitations and name cards came.
Everyone is exchanging name cards,
A picture show nHelpful Henryu.
Took annual pictures of the Junior Class Play, Annual Staff.
etc. A man showed how pottery was made. The school present-
ed Mr. Kinney with a pen and pencil set as he resigned.
Mrs. Lowe became our new history teacher.
The Seniors won the attendance record. We took the afternoon
off and visited the Mansfield Reformatory.
Miss Burkley taught the R. O. H. Club folk dances.
Chapel--Rev. Plough talked.
Basketball Banquet at Smithville.
Snow on the ground, the last day of March.
April Fool's Day. The Senior girls wore slacks. The Evange-
Good Friday-The six upper grades went across to the Methodist
Scholarship test at Smithville
Assembly-Chemistry class gave the program.
Miss Bryan had an appendectomy.
Junior Class play matinee. F. F. A. Banquet.
Junior Class play cast presented nHot Water Henryu.
Elliott James entertained with a Liquid Air Demonstration.
Picture Show sponsored by the Seniors UThe Letter of Intro-
Faculty assembly program.
It won't be long.
Senior's assembly program.
Junior and Senior Banquet.
Rev. Young gives the baccalaureate address.
Commencement-Mr. Bruere gives the address.
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