Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1944

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1IQlMl4l AXNNIUAIL --"""i--- ATHLETIC CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 24-Our baseball team played Burbank for the first game of the season. We started out right by winning. OCTOBER 1-Another baseball game, This time the tables were turned on us-we were defeated by Chester. 7-Burbank gets even with us by defeating our baseball team. NOVEMBER 16-Creston played its first basketball game. We lost to Sterling by a score of 35516. 19-Our basketball team journeys to Mt. Eaton to win its first game by 2721. 23-Apple Creek played at Creston. This time we lost by a rather close score of 3024. DECEMBER 4-Creston goes to Fredericksburg to play basketball and also to be defeated by 33-31. 10-Chester has the habit of beating us this year. The score was 4627. 17-We really won a basketball game! West Salem was the loser by 45 27. 18-Creston loses a tough one. Leroy beat us by 2421. 21-We lose again, but it was a good game. Congress won by 3327. JANUARY 6-It seems as though our basketball team does not have quite enough pep, We were defeated by Burbank by two points. 174-Seville basketball journeys to Creston to be defeated by 41132. 18-Leroy played at Creston and they won again. Score, 3128. 20-We lose another basketball game, This time Sterling is the winner by a score of 47f38. 28-Doylestown plays at Creston. We lost by 5425 . FEBRUARY 4-We journey to Smithville to be defeated again. 11-Dalton played at Creston. We lost by a score of 3721. 12-We played basketball at Mineral City and we won! Score, 3028. 18hFirst basketball tournament game. We played Mt. Eaton and won by 3326. 19--We played Chester and were beaten. Score, 44f12. 22-We played Fredericksburg and we lost by a score of 3124. This put us out of the tournament and ends our basketball season. APRIL 1 1-Track meet with Chester. This is a telegraphic meet. 12-Triangular meet with Doylestown and Burbank at Doylestown. 1 3-Another meet with Chester. This is the same as the meet on the 1 1th, 14-Chester plays baseball at Creston. 17f18f19-Dual meet with Apple Creek. fTelegraphicj 20--Congress plays baseball at Creston. 25-We journey to Smithville to play baseball with them. 26-We go to West Salem to play baseball. MAY 1-Our Hrst baseball tournament game. We play Chester at Wooster. 3-We go to the Invitational Track Meet at Doylestown. 5-This time we go to Congress to have a game of baseball with them. 8-Again we leave home to play baseball. Once again we play Chester. 11-County Track Meet at Doylestown. 12-West Salem comes to Creston to play baseball with us. fPage Thi-rtyftwoj

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- -4"-ll 1IQMl4l ANNIUAIL 1 BASKETBALL The boys on the basketball team have certainly shown by their efforts and by the way in which they played that they understand the game. They were hard fighters from the time they entered the game until the closing whistle blew. They did not win quite as many games as last year's team, but they surely did their best. The boys showed much improvement as the season progressed. They proved their good sports' manship by their playing whole heartedly on losing games. Much credit is due to the coach, Mr. Martin. He has proved his ability by getting the team organized and starting the new recruits. The five starting men were Dean Blough, Bricker, Slater, Giet, and Henry. Dean fBlukej Blough, forward, A substitute from last year, Dean has earned a regular berth this year. As Dean is a Junior he will probably be a valuable player next year. He is second high scorer this season. Kenneth fBrickj Bricker, forward. He also is a substitute from last year and has gained a regular berth on the varsity. He will probably hold the position next year. Carl QWhiteyj Slater, Jr., center. "Whitey" is a new player this year, but is a very valuable one. He is always there to iight and to score. He was high scorer for the team this season. Robert fBobj Giet, guard. Bob is a good man on defense and as a back guard. He is also good on offense. Bob graduates this year. Junior fHenj Henry, guard. From a substitute of last year, "Hen', has worked himself up to be one of the Hrst men on the Varsity. He has worked hard playing basketball and was a mainfstay of the team. "Hen" will graduate also. The four substitutes of the Varsity deserve much recognition also. Although they didn't see much action on the Varsity, they really showed the spirit. They are: Harold Reese, Arthur Meyer, Eugene Sigler and Jimmy Blough. . BASEBALL Although our baseball team lost quite a few of its Varsity members, it has made a ine showing, The boys out for baseball are: Henry, Giet, Markley, Sigler, Bricker, Reese, Coffey, D. Blough, J. Blough, Meyer, Ripley, and Lucas. Considering transportation difficulties, the baseball team has played quite a num' ber of games. For further details read the Athletic Calendar. TRACK Last year was the irst year Creston participated in track meets. The boys made a fine record last year and we hope that they might make a better one this year. The boys out for track are: Henry, Giet, D. Blough, J. Blough, Lucas, Meyer, Coffey and Sigler. l:Page Thirtyfoneil



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::::::1MMMlANNMAll:::::: SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 7-School begins once again. 14-Everyone is settled after all the confusion. 24-The lirst assembly program was held in which the "babies" were introduced to the teachers. Miss Kalkas is the only new teacher. 29-The time has been changed so now we rise and shine an hour later. We sang happy birthday to Norma Sonnedecker. 30-Mr. Whitemeyer started taking those glamous pictures of the Creston Whiz Kids. OCTOBER 7-Mr. Cromby of the Chio State Health Department gave a very good talk on hygiene. This was our second assembly program. 8-Juniors received their class rings first, but as the saying goes, "the best are always served last". Seniors received theirs last. 13-The Marines and Coast Guard start their magazine salesmanship battle, The Coast Guard is managed by Lois Meyer and Miss Bryan, while the Marines are managed by Junior Henry and Iviiss Mcllvaine. 20--The Marines have the situation well in hand. 2528-Ration book 4 is issued by the teachers, so school is out earlier in the afternoon. 28-The Marines won the battle. The money earned was over 3150. This will be used for an honor roll for the graduates of Creston High School who are in the Service and also for lyceum programs. 29-Yippee! We have a vacation! Why? Because the teachers journey to Cleveland to N. E. O. T. A. In the evening the P. T. A. sponsored a Hallovve'en party at the school. Pistol Packin' Evelyn Reese won a case of root beer. NOVEMBER 5-Sophomores initiated the Freshmen. George Marko really was initiated, so we understand. 24f25FTwo days of vacation. The reasonfThanksgiving. fPage Thi-rtyftlweej

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