Creston High School - Crest Yearbook (Creston, IA)

 - Class of 1929

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'Nz 'W , ' 12: In .f"'V, f 45 v . tg ' ,C HEP., Qf5fQ3ZL'3ff,'.3-1Qf'Z'fkl Q V . N X 0 , f W 1 Vsgw-A., 'N- fffi- if - " .an-i.. - X-us.:-.- THE FOLK SONG AND DANCE CLUB The Folk Song and Dance Club is similiar to last year's organization, It is sponsored by Miss Erna Driftmier, physical training teacher, who has done a great deal toward making the club a success, The purpose of the club is to learn the songs and folk dances of the various countries. Officers are elected once every semester. The first semester officers were as follows: Veva, Chumbley, Presidentg Louise Lunt, Vice President: and Louie Miller, Secretary and Treasurer. The officers the second semester are: Mary Keefe, Presidentg Arlene Cecil, Vice-presidentg and Ruby Farwell, Secretary and Treasurer. The students belonging to the club are as follows: Maurine Allbaugh, Arlene Cecil, Eula Clem, Gertrude Choate, Wilma Choate, Veva Chumbley. Thelma Culver, Helen Disbrow, Josephine Eivins, Ruby Farwell, Thelma Farwell, Florence Foy, Mildred Gripp, Margaret Haines, Helen Healy, Mary Keefe, Ila Kingery, Esther Kuhns, Georgia Kuhns, Maxine Lamb, Mildred Leach, Louise Lunt, Thelma Metz, Louie Miller, Eleanor Noble, Darlene Peak, Lucille Pettigrew, Edna Reed. Marjorie Ruscoe, Roberta Shafer, Orpha Toland, Claudine Utterback.

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