Creston High School - Crest Yearbook (Creston, IA)

 - Class of 1920

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Page 105 text:

Lola comes from out on the farm But, of course that will work no harm! She shuns the life of a sternog And chooses that of a pedagog To the pupils forever she'll be a charm. There was a girl named Florence Who for the boys had an abhorrence Except John, Who I swan, Felt the very same way about Florence. A dignified Senior is our Margaret She'll be a great sternographer, you bet With never a regret She surely will get Her just due as a true suffregette. Katherine is a Junior girl kind And studies the science of the mind And whenever she goes Most everybody knows That there also a Freshie one will find. There is a young Sophmore named Bray His hair is not the least gray Tho' he stands for much teasing His looks are most pleasing And he's one of the best of the day. They sometimes call me F. E. A. And say! I always have my way I stay up late But not for a date I'm not old enough for that, they say. The tallest of the Seniors is Smith And a very conspicuous one, therewith I-le's president of his class And always makes a "pass" While his remarks are always quite pith. Ruth Quin is a maid so smeet We find her very hard to beat She laughs and sings Does all kinds of things That's why she's always a treat. To substitute came a Prof. from Kent Who with himself seemed well content l-le ran not from a skirt And you bet he could Hirt We hope his long lessons were well meant

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iL1I!Il5 1R1I 1R5 Myra is the girl with the auburn hair Whenever she is wanted she is always there She has decided to teach Instead of to preach And will make a name for herself somewhere. There is a girl named Ruth Perry Who always has an air quite merry She recites by the yard And never gets tired We wonder if her friend's name is Harry. We are members of C. H. S. This anyone could .surely guess We're happy and bright Enjoy a class fight And often the faculty distress. There is an English teacher named Jordan Some knowledge she's always a hoardin' She seems very smart And always takes part In helpin' us with our English absorbin'. There's a cute little girl namecl Helen This year she is takin' some spellin' Her eyes are brown She acts like a clown And always has somethin' she's tellin'. There was a teacher named Patt Who at her desk always sat She's liked very much By the "Sophies" ancl such Because she ne'er flunks them quite Hat. There's a Senior girl who's full of fun We call her "Liz"-but she's not a tin one She sings in the Glee Club Does not Athletics snub And to all parties she's sure to come. The youngest professor's name is joe He likes all the ladies of whom we know His hair is as slick As ice on a brick Is that why they fall for him so?



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Of Miss MacEachran we have a wholesome fear And to each and everyone she is most dear She believes in the right And helps those in a plight Without her our school life would be most drear. Two Seniors of repute are they At football both of them do play As do Mike and Ike They look alike They are Floyd and Lloyd, we say. Ruth Hannelly has blue eyes and auburn hair And of her presence we are always aware For she helps keep the spirit ' Of C. H. S. a merit To those whose names are enrolled there. Mr. Stephens is the teaclfer with the square jaw Of science he is the master of every known law He gives a good grade To those hy whom tlfey're made And as a coach in Athlftics is without a Haw. Cracia each day school attends And is well loved by many friends In a play she can act And we know it's a fact That fun to any gathering she lends. Alice Sherwood is a popular Senior maid F rom us her memory will never fade She likes to sing and dance And always gets a chance We don't know what we'd do without her aid. There is a teacher named Miss Kruger Who's adept at mixing butter and sugar She comes from the South And can make sauerkraut And is sure our weak points to discover.

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