Creston High School - Crest Yearbook (Creston, IA)

 - Class of 1926

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gg '-5 fl THE CREST lfe+igiMsf BB- Sophomore Roll Call at Margaret Agnew "Peggy"-A little smile leads you on. George Allen-Hasn't picked his lady yet. Gertrude Bandura-Her hair is her pride and joy. Lawrence Bender-Modesty wending his way. Darline Benson "Bennie"-The Crest's main astonishment. Margaret Black "Blackie"-Crops from a fine field. Leona Boyd-Friend to all who know her. Gladys Boden-She never laughs, she giggles, and her giggles are all her own. Houston Boys "Lanky"-Fords and mules are some relation, they both kick. Beatrice Bradley "Bea"-'Too much static. Marie Britten-The girl with the B. B. reach. Nina Brotherton-Oh, yes! I take flirting lessons. Wilfred Brown-Iowa is the state for me. Robert Burt "Bobbie"-A real live wire. Grace Chandler-A girl of her own ideas. Keith Chandler "Goof"-Oh, Banjo eyes, Where art thou? Beulah Cline-Her waving tresses are her crowning glory. Gladys Corbin--Natureis little flower. Lela Crisco-She's closest to her powder puff. Viola Davis-My brown eyes are my fortune. Orval Delaney "Ord"-A fine prospect for "26" football team. Clare Dir-A great sheik some day? Reid Donovan-Short, sweet and saucy. Dalton Flohra-Aspiring for a grocery man's job. ' Buryl Forgy--Life is a curious concatenation of categorical coicidence. Ellsworth Foster "Puss"-Great things interest me and small things have no con sequence. Harold Franklin-I would that I could utter the thoughts that arise in me. Evelyn Freytag "Pevy"-The civilized Indian. Ona Frazier-Oh, those darting glances. Clyde Garrett "Flip"-Life's a jest, l tho't so once and now I know it. Miriam Geis-Mischief done up in a small package. James Gray-School is one long grind. Ruth Gross-Our giggle girl. Frank Grounds-Likes his magazines. George Grounds "Shiek"--A sack of peanuts is my best friend. Mary Haines-Destingd to laugh and make merry. Maxine Hamilton "Ducky"-'Phe kind of a girl we dream of. Franklin Harsh "Fibby"-Studious as the day is long. Beulah Harris-Smart as she is pretty. Grace Hartman--Bashful is my middle name. Zella Healey-Her color scheme is "Brown". Goldie Henry-I like a long man. Gertrude Herbel-Paint makes the woman. Newton Hollister "Newt"-He goes after real "corals", Rachel Hoskinson-Above all I am faithful. Albert Isenhour "Pete"-Do I milk cows, Ha! Ha! Helen Jackson "Jimmie"-"Isn't he a cute kid?" Pauline Jackson "Jack"-Guaranteed, strictly hand painted. Harry Jandrey "Jug"-Our small "pox" lad. Harold Jeffrey--Has ears and he uses them too.

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F' I if lQQT"Ii THE CREST I lg lifes Mary Jenkins-Men delight me not. Jesse Jones-Bring on the women. Emma Kline-Smiles, smiles, smiles. George Krominga-Ah, now for a dime novel. Daisy Landers-"Wrigleys" best customer. Orlo Lane "Ole"-"Miss and skip is a good motto." Celeste Lawson-Don't say love to me. Edward Lininger-"Ed"---"Come on, Let's get going." Adnell Leonard-My dignity is my greatest asset. Lucille Liggett-"Brown Eyes VVhy are You Blue." Ferne Madden-Troubles are the least of my cares. Florence McCain "Food"-Prefers England tsl King to the Prince of Wales. Urban McCann-Quiet? You'd be surprised. Mary McDonough4By diligence you win your way. Madge McNees "Mickey"-I like the Swedes,-Young. Florence Miller-I have all the brains in the Sophomore class-At least I think so Gussie McSkimmings-Oh, He's got the "Jack" fsonl. Gladys Merritt--"I should worry." Paul Miller-Whiteman the second. Gladys Moreland-Happy-go-lucky. Paul Miley "Noisy"-Lost, strayed, or stolen-Upper story. Loretta Murphy Q Sweet tempered with winning ways. Rosetta Murphy 5 Benard Norris-A human puzzle. Carl Oshel "Bud"-Latest in Paris fashions. Lucile Oshel4A hazy dreamer of many things. Marjorie Otis-A regular phonograph and needs no Winding. Dorothy Pesik-Oh Clarence! You must come over Clarence. Lola Peterson-A cat and a cottage-Good future prospects. Rollin Peterson-A rolling stone gathers no moss. Margaret Pettigrew-Nothing half so sweet in life as loves sweet dreams. Baden Powell-"Tell me pretty maiden, are there any more at home like you? Pauline Ransom-Forget-me-not. Katherine Redick "Billy"-Cut and Popular. Elma Riggs-Oh, those eyes. Evra Roberts "Red"-Went to seed and tasseled out red. Bernard Russell "John"-The skin you love to touch with a strap. Wayne Schmoll-"I wonder if the girls like me like I like them?" Lorene Shull-If music is the seed of love, play on. Paula Shade-Keep at it and you'll succeed. Alden Shipley "Lemon"-'4Nuff sed." Lois Shoemaker-A bundle of fun and pep. Robbie Shouse "Bob"-"Why don't people drive cars like mine?" Irene Swanson-"Brevity is the soul of wit." Marion Stanley-"I don't care, why should you?" Alfred Showers-VVork alone makes success. Kathryn Tisue "Tish"-She's everyone's friend. Jessie Truman-Still water runs deep. Harry Vetterrick "Wheels"-Not as innocent as he looks. Wilma Vetterick "Sis"-A heart full of good cheer. Ruth Wall-The monitor's worry. Charlie Walters-Universally popular. Jay Wellings-A sense of humor like a clowns. Homer West-The world will hear little of meg I mind my own business. Flora White-I'm fond of reading romances. Mildred Wolfe-"Hi, there, good looking." Thelma Wycoff--Books are the best of friends.

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