Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1945

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-l llQMlCl3 AXNNIUAXIL SCHOOL CALENDAR JANUARY ll-We had a visitor at school today. Donald Irvin, Class of "44" who was home on leave from the Navy. 15-Everyone is cramrning for midfyear exams. More fun. 17-jean Anshutz has a birthday today. 22-Everyone is through cramming for a while. Exams are over. 26-We had assembly todayg our speaker was Mr. Harry Frey, who talked to us on the subject of "Politeness in the Schoolv. SO-Pep meeting, Boy were we peppy. 31-Seniors are seeing red spots before their eyesg Juniors have their new bright red class sweaters and do they think they're bright. FEBRUARY -No school today. Coal shortage . . , we are saving fuel. 7-Basketball squad and girl friends are all gabbing about the hamburger fry which Bud Long is giving for them at the Y. C. tonight. 9-Everyone is trying to get a way to our last game tonight with Apple Creek. Then comes the tournament. 12-Seniors chose their class motto and flower. 28-Seniors gave their matinee today. 28MMiss Mcllvaine told Seniors if they didn't behave and quit talking she was going to have us change seats with the Sophomores. 28-Sang Happy Birthday to Wayne Reese and later found out it isn't until August. What this Senior class isn't coming too. MARCH 2-Seniors feel relieved today . , . they gave their class play 'Star Crazy" last night. 2-Sang Happy Birthday to Majora Kaufman. 12-Kids are starting to go outside without their coats. It looks as if spring is on its way. 20-Evelyn West's Birthday. 21-First day of spring. Gee Wlmizg it's snowing! 22-Seniors had a class meeting today to plan their trip to Detroit. Hope nobody gets seasick. 23-Eighth Grade gave an excellent Chapel program today. Congratulations! 24hWe had a visitor in school. Bobby Giet, Class of "44" who is home on furlough from the Army. 29-john Coffey has fully recovered from the shock of being pushed out the upstairs window by his sister. That's what you get, john, for reading your sister's notes. 27-We were entertained in Chapel today by a representative from the Cleveland Health Department. 28-We had Senior Day??? !!! Seniors Htaughtl' school. 30-Sang Happy Birthday to Ivlarian Johnson. APRIL 6-Chapel Program-Rev. Vxfillets. 13-Chapel Program-Seventh Grade. 18-Chapel Program-Juniors. 23-Arnolds Animal Circus-Cutside Show. 30-Margaret Reser's Birthday. M A Y 4-Chapel Program-Ninth Grade. 11-Chapel Program-Sophomores. 18-Chapel Program-Seniors. 20-Baccalaureate. 25 -Kenneth Bricker's Birthday. 25-Commencement. -jean Anshut: 5 fPage Twentyfsevenll

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SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 5-Here we are back to school again. 6-We find out what our new teachers are like today. ZS-Art Meyers came to school with a black eye today???? He got hit with a baseball. 29-Sang Happy Birthday to Norma Sonnedecker. OCTOBER 6-The high school, eighth, and seventh grades presented Mrs. Bibler with a lovely wedding gift. 9-Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors went to Burbank to pick up potatoes. 10-What happened to the girls in the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. They are all wearing slacks. Oh! They were going potato picking today but it rained. 11-We were entertained today by Geovanni Sperandeo and his wife who played and sang many lovely songs. 13--Today is Friday the 13th and also the end of our Hrst six weeks of school. 16-Only the "smart" kids get to pick up potatoes. There seems to be quite a few kids here today. We just can't figure out why. 23--Today we start our war . . . selling magazines. Corsairs against the Wildcats. 24-Juniors ordered their class rings today. 26-Liberty Studio is minus a camera today. We had our Annual pictures taken. 30-Some of the kids got their Annual picture proofsg didn't know we had such pretty faces in our class. NOVEMBER 1-Today as we peer out the window we see numerous articles surrounding the flag pole and scattered around the lawn??? Yesterday was Halloween. 14-Everything is back to normal today. Mrs. Bibler has returned from her illness. 14-Today is Cliff McVey's birthday. 15-We were entertained today in Chapel by Archer Drehl who told us jokes and read us some of the many epigrams which he has written. 17-First day of hunting season-not many boys to school this afternoon. 21-Seniors went to P.A.D. class today with suckers for entertainment, but Mr. Frey decided we didn't need any entertainment, so out went the suckers-I mean the dumfdums. 22-The day before Thanksgiving-we are all thankful that this is the last day of school this week. DECEMBER 1-Today we start a "Merry Christmas" week. All the girls are wondering what "he" is going to give them for Christmas. 4-All the grades went to the auditorium today for an animal show. But I ! l l The animals didn't come. 7-Today the animals came. So, we got out of some classes. 8-Sang Happy Birthday to Ilene Graber. 12--No school today. We were snowbound. 13-Still snowbound. Seniors were to have their matinee today. 14-Still no school. 15-We were all happy - we got to come back to school. 15-Seniors were to have their class play tonight. Postponed until better weather. 22-Teachers were anxious to get rid of us today. They sent us home at 2:30. Christmas vacation. JANUARY 26-No school this week, we were snowbound. The sad part is we have to make this up. 8-Miss Evans, singer, and Mr. Charles D, Harrack, a noted piano player, enter' tained us in assembly. I:Page Twentyfsixj



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HONOR STUDY HALL The accurate hand of the study hall clock shows 1:45. The somber seniors file out of the English Class into their home room which is in the study hall, Most of the sixteen seniors along with several juniors and sophomores are scattered throughout the study hall. There should he a lot of studying taking place since there is no teacher to urge us on. Everyone gets settled down partially and deep study begins. Yes, everything is so quiet. Maybe they are expecting the State School Inspector. Then comes a light noise from the outside. Is this the State Inspector? Yes, in steps the Inspector. No, wait a minute, it is not the Inspector . . . it is Mr. Frey, much to the disappointment of the study hall pupils. "My, how quiet," thinks Mr. Frey, then proceeds to gather up magazines and to place them in their correct places in the magazine rack. After completing this daily task, the telephone is heard ringing, and the oc' cupants of the study hall cross their lingers in hopes that the call may be for him. Roberta Rugh summons him from the door as they all heave a sigh of relief. just as Mr. Frey disappears through the doorway, a bugle is sounded which is Roy Lucas giving his yell of relief. Shortly after the disappearance of the superintendent a dark shadow is seen coming across the room heading straight for Harold Reese's head. You guessed it- an eraser. Then comes more erasers, chalk, candy fthe hard kindj, books, paperfwads and pencils. Then voices are heard in the hall. "Who can that be," are the words upon each student's lips. The curious Kent Ripley is on his way to find out. On hands and knees, Kent starts toward the door. Getting a few feet from his seat, Harold Reese sees his chance and a thud is the report of a hard connection between pants and foot. A cry is heard from the lips of Ripley, but still on hands and knees, he proceeds on. Peeking around the corner of the door, he sees it is not Mr. Frey and the war again continues. More erasers, chalk, hooks, paperfwads and candy. Suddenly footsteps are heard coming down the hall-Mr. Frey,-Mr. Frey,- Mr. Frey,-Mr. Frey are the words whispered all over the study hall and all is silent. The pupils are diligently studying the first book they happened to get their hands on. Then the climax comes to its peak, in walks - John Coffey. Seeing their quiet behavior was in vain the war was again announced. But this time, Kent and Harold have become interested in their studies and between the two everything is quiet. Then suddenly out of the clear blue sky, steps Mr. Frey. "Harold and Kent, why can't you behave? I think you better go over and sit through Latin class with Mrs. Biblerf' With reddened faces they trudge through the door into the pig latin class. Finally, everything is quiet and serene, -Betty Plants and Dean Blough fPage Twentyfeightj

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