Creston High School - Crest Yearbook (Creston, IA)

 - Class of 1920

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Bernice Mickey-All her thoughts are pleasant. Carl Ours-Aw, now, quit kiddin' me. Marion Otis-Teacher's Pet? Dwight Osmond-A prim and precise little boy. Marie Oshel fReaD-Is Hirting wicked? Pearl Osborn fpillyl-Slow and easy. Doris Orme-In for a good time. Charlotte Ohschlager fCharlieQ-She has a grin all her own. Lela Putman and lla Putman-Country boys are best. Rawlston Pontow-Caesar's constant companion? Margaret Peterson fMagf-Does she really like boys? Pearl Richards fCutieI-Oh, you Junior! Keith Richter-Books are the best of friends. Ruth Roberts-I am a chauffeuress. Alice Randolph fAllyD--Her only failure is her love for Degnan Reynolds fDegJ-He goes to the country often. Beulah Riggs-A blushing damsel. Fred Rose-Forget-me-not. Hilding Seelin-As short of stature as of credits. Buryl Sherer-Future band master. Margaret Snyder fMargJ-With eyes as brown as a berry. Fern Sammons-Take me to Holly Hall. Georgia Stream-Her voice ripples like the brook. Gail Schrader-Our World War Veteran. Frederick Schrader-An A plus student. Hazel Sadler fMollyJ-Wisdom is bette Guy Shockley-He has a car fKarrerD. Florence Stever-She dances like a fairy. Anna Strey-She strays with Charlotte. Mary Thompson f'-lqommyj--"Nuff sed." Agnes Taylor-Happy and kind. Garnet Tissue frlqishl-Universally popular. Madge Treanor-She can play i'Fiddle-dee-dee." Harry Treanor-A hazy dreamer of many things. Josephine Ullrich Uoel-A very good little girl. Sylvia Vanscoy fsylvers-A castle fKasselD not Dale Wilson-Geometry is my favorite subject. Elvira Wurster-Basketball is my delight. Jennie Wilmeth-A royal entertainer. Mildred Walker-Walks with Jim. Daisy Waltersdorf-Oh, say- Helen Welcher-Iowa is the state for me. Herman York fl-leinnief-Not as innocent as he looks. r than rubies. a house "There is so much good in the worst o And so much bad in the best of us, It ill behoves any of us To talk about the rest of us." a drummer for me. f us

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SOPHOMORE' ROLL CALL Albert Alderson fCaflutchD--Seven, come eleven. Beatrice Abbott-I'm going to have a cat and a cottage. John Agnew Uohnniel--I love to sit in an armchair and dream. Margaret Allison-The smile on her face seems to say, "I should worry." Vernon Anderson fBunJ-Class. angel? john Bray fstrawberryl--The girls on my waiting list are-etc., etc. Robert Bartle fBobD-A representative of clean athletics. Earnest Bartle fFatl-Everybody loves a fat man. John Bradley Uohnniel-A good natured son of Erin. Euguene Brotherton-Witty, but doesn't know it. Lucille Boyd fDimplesD-Her heart is full of good cheer. Wilma Brown-Dusky is her hair as the night. Ralph Brown-His favorite saying is "somethin, ". Roquel Coakley fFatl--The future Vernon Castle. Vera Cook CF our eyesj-No man can live without a "Cook, Helen Carlson-Thinking of great things to come. Helen Choate fplqootsiej-She hath a studious look. Charles Edaburn fpicksl-I-lasn't picked his lady yet. Pauline Freytag fPaupineJ--If you know her, you'll like her. Leslie Goldener-It takes a long time to get started. Jess Gash--Canned again, but what's the dif? George Good-Not as "good" as his name sounds. Harry Gilman--He lives for the ladies. Marion Harkness--Oh! I feel so ilustrated! Edward Huntington CECU-All clay I grind and toil, the midnight oil I ever burn Harry Hackler Cl-lackj+To speak or not to speak, that is the question. Dorothy Hicks CDO Do,-An accomplished musician. Elsie Hammer-She hammers away at her lessons. Lillian Henry-I wish I were living in California. Landis Holmes-Such a cute little Dutch boy. .lean Hawker fGypsy Janel-Let me draw your picture. NValton Hoover fFritzj-Corresponds with Margaret. Charles Hitchcock fBusterJ-What a dandy little man am I. Catherine Hood-My long eyelashes veil my eyes. Nellie Harsh-The beauty parlors envy my curls. Merle Hoskinson-Quiet as a mouse. Ruby Hartman-Fond of her studies. Bernice Hower fpeggyj--Serene and calm and ever the same. Earl Herbel-Oh, those beautiful dimples! Florence Johnson fSwedieJ-She once llunkcd in a test. Sadie Johnston fSallyJ-I must put away my toys. Paul Johnston fBillJ--Please Catherine- Wilson Keys fwilsj-Wilson has a little lamb. Francis Keefe-When I do have a date, it is with a "full back." Lillian Karrer KC-un,-She likes a certain Sophomore Guy. Edwin Keith fBudD-Give me my pen, for I would write a masterpiece. John Lininger-Popularity may be gained in a day. Mary Madison-I use XXXX flour. Helen McMahon fpollyl-Polly likes Holly Brand better than crackers. Fred McConnell CFritzJ-His red hair gleams, like the sun it seems. Beulah Madden-A sweet tempered girl with a winning way. Catherine McGregor-A peck of fun. as

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