Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1944

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-l lIQlMl4l ANNIUAIL SCHOOL CALENDAR DECEMBER 2-Senior Class Play, "A Lady to See You". If you ask me, Hollywood hasn't seen anything yet! 22-Another vacation! Of course, it's the ChristmasfNew Year vacation. JANUARY 3--School again, after a ten day vacation. 7-This is one day when no one learned anything. The Seniors taught every grade in the school. Now do you understand? 12-Coach almost got caught. You remember, don't you? Mouse traps! 14f21-Not a vacation again, but a period of tests to check up on how much we didn't know. 24-Semester ends. Mrs. Harold Miller is taking Mrs. McEadden's place teaching Home Economics. FEBRUARY 7-Everyone sees the Pinochio Marionette Show. This was one of the programs that was earned by selling magazines. I 5-Brrr-the ground hog saw his shadow. It's really winter now. 16hJunior chapel program .Tune in and see what happened to Sailor Bob. 22--No school today-Washington's birthday. 24ASeniors went to court today at Wooster. They were to stay for half a day but they stayed all day. The juniors couldn't even get out of school. Miss Bryan caught them when they tried to sneak. fPage 'Thirtyffotwj

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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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l llifllalal ANNIUAIL SCHOOL CALENDAR MARCH 6AEighth grade chapel program. Henry Aldrich came to life on our stage. 7-At last we have something to do at noon besides running around the halls. We are having picture shows, basketball, and volleyball tournaments. 15-Our first actiivty period this year. Senior boys win the Consolation Basketball Tournament in a hard fought game with the Sophomores. 17-The wearing of green was prominent for St. Patrick's Day. 20-Freshmen boys win the Championship by beating the juniors. 22-Freshmen chapel today. Such talented actors we have. The play was !'The Vane Effort". '23-Girls' Volleyball Tournament has begun. 27+Senior girls capture the championship by beating the'Juniors. 29f3O-Miss Kalkas has been talking too much. She can hardly speak these days. 31ARev. Kerr gave us a very good talk in chapel today. APRIL 1--No April Eool jokes at school today. Eooled you, didn't I? No school-this is Saturday. 3-Our April showers are coming in the form of April snows. Say, but it's cold! 5-Sophomore chapel today. With a play, jokes, harmonica playing, and Erank Sinatra singing, it was really a good program. 7-Good Friday. High School goes over to the Methodist Church for Good Friday Service. 17ASeventh grade chapel today. 25-The Juniors present their class play, uAdam's Evening". MAY 3-Teacher's chapel. 12-JuniorfSenior Banquet. 17--Senior Chapel. l8f19-Exams!! Exams!!! That is, for everyone who has an average below SS. 21-Baccalaureate. 26-Commencement. Mr. Cromby of Columbus is the speaker. fPage Thivtyfjiiiej

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