Creston High School - Crest Yearbook (Creston, IA)

 - Class of 1946

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of FRESHMAN YEAR - 1942-1943 Opening of School, September first High School Dance Homecoming Parade and Game with Shenandoah American Legion Armistice Program and Game Hawkeye Six Football Conference-Second Place All School Play "What A Boy" High School Dance National Honor Society Initiation Mu ic Concert Junior Class Play "Young Adventure" Sectional Basketball Tournament Stunt Night High School Dance P. T. Demonstration Senior Class Play "Incognito" Hawkeye Six Track Meet Valuable Boy and Girl Contest-Carolyn Askey and Ed McCann Junior-Senior Banquet "Night Club-The Panther Room" Baccalaurate Services-Reverend E. E. Lister Senior Class Picnic Red Letter Day-National Honor Initiation Commencement-H. G. Harmon Ph. D., President of Drake University SOPHOMORE YEAR - 1943-1944 Opening of School August 28 Homecoming-Red Oak High School Dance All School Play "Anne of Green Gables" High School Dance Christmas Formal Party Music Program Junior Class Play "Tish" Sectional Basketball Tournament District Basketball Tournament Sub-State Basketball Tournament Stunt Night Band Festival Music Contest Senior Class Play "The Fighting Littles" Valuable Boy and Girl Contest-Mary Ward and John Jones Junior-Senior Banquet--"In Old Mexico" High School Dance Baccalaurate-Reverend E. E. Lister Commencement-Harold Brown, President of Johns-Mans- ville Corporation School Closed, May 18 JUNIOR YEAR - 1944-1945 Opening of School, August 28 High School Dance Homecoming Parade and Game with Clarinda All School Play "Brother Goose" American Legion Armistice Day Program High School Dance Christmas Vacation Junior Class Play "Midnight" Sectional Basketball Tournament District Basketball Tournament Sub-State Basketball Tournament Band Festival Vocal Festival Senior Class Play "Every Family Has One" District Track Meet Valuable Boy and Girl-Bernard Buxton and Ethel McElroy Junior-Senior Banquet "In A Dutch Garden" Baccalaurate Services-Reverend M. E'. Hayes Senior Class Picnic Red Letter Day Commencement-Hugh Rosson, Director of Veteran Af- fairs in State of Oregon SENIOR YEAR - 1945-1946 Opening of School, September 3 High School Dance Homecoming Parade and Game with Corning All School Play "Don't Take My Penny" Music Program Junior Class Play "Seven Keys To Baldpate" Vocal Festival Sectional Basketball Tournament District Basketball Tournament Sub-State Basketball Tournament Band Festival Stunt Night High School Dance Senior Class Play "This Genius Business" Valuable Boy and Girl Contest Junior-Senior Banquet Baccalaurate Services-Rev. M. E. Hayes Senior Class Picnic Red Letter Day Commencement

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551144 We, of the senior class of CHS, being of sound mind and body, do write our last will and testament. Joe Alcorn wills his ability to play basketball to Vince Harvey. Floyd Balius hereby bequeaths his exclusive wardrobe to Jim Begg. From Donna Lee Benson to Denny Alcorn goes her bee-utiful golden locks. Juanita Bolton wills her technique of hooking Greenfield boys to Alice Bolton. Louise Boyd wills her Joe Henry to anyone who thinks they can get him, but you'd better not try. To Alma Blair, Bradford Boyer wills his quaint British accent. J' Billie Jane Brown wills her brother's yellow shirt to Betty Bloom. Harlon Brown wills his ability to get his own way about things to Marvin Clark. Jean Buxton's excellent typing score goes to anyone who thinks he can do as well. Bud Hess gets Mary Cagley's height. Iva Calvin wills her number "9's" to Patty Harvey. Carolyn Cass is willing to pass around her map of Greenfield to anyone who is "Worthless" or "Pink", Marge Chalmers wills her ability to yell louder than anyone else to Pat Patterson. To Randall Glick is willed Arthur Chubick's tan sport coat. Carita Clark leaves her quiet ways to Erma Jean McCreary. Doris Rice inherits Venetia Cochrane's "French", Shirley Clayton wills her beautiful brown eyes and engagement ring to Kathryn Trenkle. Shirley Collier wills her cute sailor to Helen Polson, if she can get him. Norma Jean Crago leaves her cheerfulness to anyone who is lucky enough to find it. Bill Cusack wills his ability to get "hep" on those drums to Vince Harvey. Virgil Daniels leaves Jack Baker his shy, bashful manners. Hope it helps. Millie Derauf wills her soprano voice to Virginia Overholtzer. Tommy Dougherty wills his winning smile and blushing ways to Dick Hood. Betty Douglas wills her way to win men to Helen Ernhoff. Ethel Dunkerson wills her ability to go steady with one guy for 3 years to Pat Stickles. Think you can do it? Those familiar giggles of Hallie Ekblad's are willed to "Dusty" Rice. Juanita Norris was chosen to receive Julene Fulton's hate for sailors. LuElla Hansen's big brown eyes are willed to Dorothy Mosman. Janet Harper wills her gallon of peroxide to Dot Blair. Milo Harmon leaves Jim Miller his ability to make baskets for the opponent in homeroom basketball. Paul Kelley is the heir to Juanita Harpin's freckles if he thinks he can find 1'O0m for them. Jack Harshaw Wills his sparkling brown eyes to John Kelley. Bob Harville wills Margie Chalmers to Don Proctor. To Doyle Ratliff goes Shirley Hazen's bright red shirt and blue jeans. To Alice Bolton goes Hope's control over the opposite sex fBob Jensenl. Hear you're having trouble "Swede", To Shirley Lines goes Mary Henry's ability to skate. To "Izzie" Thompson goes Pat Herron's blond hair and light coloring. To Dreda Higginbotham is given Lucille Higgins' figure. Bill Hitchcock wills his ability to raise whiskers to Ed Harvey. Bob Hutchings is going to will his singing voice to Alma Blair. Hutch can sing, no kidding. Bill Imlay, by last will and testament, leaves 12 cases of Pepsi Cola to Don Proctor. Orville Lines gets "Jen's" fBob Jensenj collapsible day bed which has proved very' handy. Oren Jeter leaves Beryl Webb the ability to over-haul washing machine engines. Joanne Jones gives her nickname "Jessie" to its rightful owner, Miss Vanzee. Alberta Keesey wills her ability to get along with people to anyone that thinks they need that little wink of hers. Elizabeth Kelley wills her quiet charming manner to "RED" McCreary. To Jim Wolfe goes Dick Kelly's ability for careful driving. Shirley Kathleen Kelley wills her peroxide curls and pierced ears to Patty Keast' Harold KGPHGT, Wh0 We think is in Sane mind, wills his authority as student manager of football to Doyle Ratlilf. Mabel Kilmer wills her quiet ways to Reva Osborn.

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