Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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I948 ANNUAL- ARTICLE II Charles Allen, will my wavy, blonde hair to jerry Lance. Merle Beachy, will my address book to any junior boy who has the nerve to use it. Norma Beal, will my experience at Keeneyls to anyone interested in becoming a waitress. Glenard Beyeler, will my height to Anton Dyck. jean Carter, will a Carter Broom to anyone who has the ambition to clean up the school house. Martha Frary, will my quiet personality to Bob Hart. Elda Gasser, will my A's in Citizenship to Bill Anshutz. Lois Gerstenslager, will my way with the Reese's to anyone who wants to take Sally out. Wilma Graber, will my theme song, "Elmer's Tune" to the high school in case they forget. Don Henderlong, will my National Guard to anyone desiring that look which charms the girls. Margaret Lucas, will my four years of cheering ability to Barbara Harman in hopes she will be here that long. Robert Markley, will my nack of writing letters to Eleanor West so she can write to Phil when he goes to College. Roger Reese, will my ability to argue with girls to Howard Graber. Robert Russell, will my "out of statel' girls to Stanley Miller. Harry Sonnedecker will my long walks to the South end of town to Ralph Bixler so he can keep in good form. Bonnie Steele, will my success of brains to Jim Smith. Mary jane Woods, will my long, blonde hair to Annetta Coffey. Norma Jean Yoder, will my muscles to Esther Russell. Signed by Senior Class of 1948 Norma Beal LPAGE SIXTEENJ

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I948 ANNUAL CLASSWILL y We, the class of Creston High School 1948 being of unsound mind after our four years of high school drudgery, do hereby publish this last will and testament bequeathing all that which we have worn out or don't want. b ARTICLE I To the junior Class we will some girls. To the Sophomore Class we will a few more athletes to enable you to win the baseball games when we leave. To the Freshman Class we will a mirror in your own room. To the Seventh and Eighth Grades we will substantial funds in order that you may go to Washington without worrying. ARTICLE II To Mrs. Bibler we will classes that do not chew gum fespecially Seniorsj To Mr. Frey we will girl students. To Miss Weimer we will students that will enter speech contests. To Mr. Rich we will a powder that will cover up his blush. To Mr. Work we will a Driving Class that can or will park. To Miss Easterday we will a responsive Junior-Senior English Class. To Mrs. Streett we will gym classes as good as the Seniors. To Mrs. Yoder we will a Home Ec. Class that will learn to sew and cook. To Mrs. Uher we will a fully-equipped Chemistry Lab. To Miss Shaner we will a pack of chewing gum, a study hall that doesn't talk without permission and a handsome young man. To Mr. Young we will a ball bat instead of a baton. IPAGE FIFTEENII



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I948 APINLJAL CLASSPROPHECY While reading the correspondence from my colmn "Know all, and Tell Alln, I received a letter from one of my most faithful readers requesting that I find out how many fleas the average dog has for her dog club. I hurried to confer with my Editor, Bonnie Steele, to find out if I could ignore this letter. She answered with a very firm "No',. She also added that I must con- duct the survey myself, so I would have the real satisfaction. As I cleaned up my desk before my trip, I began to think how pleasant it would be if I could draw my husband away from his broom business and persuade him to join me on my survey. It was rather hard as he had just finished nego- tiations concerning selling brooms to the government of France, and was tired. But showing who has the upper hand in our family, we started out in our private plane several days later to count fleas. just after we left New York, my husband handed me a letter from Marg Lucas, now Marg Ranor, who married a famous French designer during her brief career as a Powers model. She is now kept busy raising her six little Frenchmen. Even so, she still has time to model some of her husband's creations. She closes by saying she would probably be seeing Martha Frary soon, as she would be stopping in France on her way to her post in Russia. She is a famous missionary and her superiors decided that the Russians still needed missionary work more than any other country. My husband suddenly took my attention from Marg's letter by telling me that we were over the largest floating airport in the world. I glanced down and saw the name Creston on the hangar and insisted that we land. just as we started down, a plane zoomed past, just missing our wingtips. After we landed we asked who had nearly hit us and found out it was Bob Markley. I found out later that he had broken his pitching arm soon after he had left school and had decided to take up sky writing. He is now being sued because he mis-spelled "Misses Soapn and made it "Messes Soapn. He swears it was a mistake but some of his friends have their doubts. He landed and after sharing many schoolday memories he told me what had happened to Gert and Oc, a constant pair during schooldays. It seems they were touring Europe lecturing on "How To Have a Peaceful I-Iomelifel' but one night in Bohemia, they disagreed on a point and caused a brawl that landed them in jail. Right then and there, they decided to change their subject to "The Gentle Art of Self-Defense". Now they seem to have more interest in the subject and are having better crowds. Bob drove us to the hotel and explained how the floating airport had come about. It seems Chippewa Lake and the swamps of Creston had finally won out.It was a disaster at the time but now is making millions for the town. We entered the Grand Hotel of Creston which is owned by Mary Jane Woods Something or Other. When asked why she opened a hotel, she explained that her husbandls relations had lived with her so long that she figured she might as well open a hotel and charge them for it. IPAGE SEVENTEENI

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