Walnut Creek High School - Anvil Yearbook (Walnut Creek, OH)
- Class of 1946
Page 1 of 186
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Text from Pages 1 - 186 of the 1946 volume:
WE , THE JUNIOR CL-SS OF NINE
TEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX DE
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IN HIGH SCHOOL.
A TRIUUTE TG TVL FALUU? CRLEK FICE ECHGOL
I was asked recently to write e tribute tothe Walnut
Creek High School , in which 1 mes to
of the good points shout school which
bring out some
f0?EOtten or laid aside. when I heewc the wordsufor-
gotten or laid esideu, I decided I so ld.
I wish to steae that I owe walnut Creek High School
very much , more than I can ever repay. Ihe teachers
and students are very friendly and exceecingly nice,
which I learned the first afternoon I was here.
scgpol is very well disciplined and ranks high
in schfoastic ability, es tell es ethletically ,
which Q of first importance to make the student
Secondly, the teachers take sn interest in the stud-
ents individually. One student gets no more credit
than he deserves, and likewise another student gets
no less than he deserves as I have seen happen in
other schools. The students can teke part in peace
contests, poetry contests, and other sociel activities
of which I had not heard until I came to Walnut '
As e discipline messnre, the students ere not asked
to trite e problem SG to SOO times every time they
have e mathematical error, eng they are highly com-
menced when they do something good. This gives them
an inspiration to work harder, end lets them enjoy
slogan of this ycsr's school , which Fr. Filler
repeatedly given us , is :
We will strive to bring into all our school
se principles I have found Hinysracticeu in the
Walnut Creek Sigh School.
- Gene Heswell
thank Gene , who has become en active member
us as e school group , for this worthy tribute
- The Juniors
TFL ATVII STAFF
The Juniors composed the Anvil staff,
Hers we are 3'
liary Ellen liller
All of the Juniors helped to get advertisements for the
annual. At first we were a bit reluctant to Htacklsn
business men for those Hadsn, but ws found it fun Pfter
we began for we foxno most of them very congenial. In
fact Clyde enjoyed it so much when he was s'Ssnior that
in spits of the fact that no is s dignificc Senior he
sccomponied us on our first trip to Iillersborgu we
highly appreciated his expsrisncsn assistance.
Our secretary, isry illcn, cas responsible for the
corresponCence,f-lthongh Tiss Troysr did some of it
at her rsqnsstfrory gllsn'sJ.
Kgith Hiller was assigned the task of kcnpinf the cal-
endar oi events. When things became rusting at the end,
Doran and Lowell Gio fll the art cork connected with
the annual. Robert, Doran, ond Lowell also drew up all
advertisement cpgss. Gcrsld was sovertising nsnsgcr, one
therefore kept a rccoro of all the annual oroers.
Robert, ctr treasurer, had thc difficult task of keep-
ing all our accounts straight.
Martha, Fred, and Eugene had no spcoial jobs but they
willingly lent their assistance to any extra tasks which
presented themselves along the way.
Jiss Qroysr, our Junior advisor, did all the typing,
ann directed ths work of the annual. He, the Junior Class,
went to express our spprcciftion, for without her assist
ance we could have had no annual.
Our thsnxs also 5- io the soniors ond other members of the
student body and faculty who wrote nstcfisl for the
Liberty Studio was rcsponsibls for the pictures and t
thc Printogrsph Company for the annual picture P32CS.
HRSRUTH mu:-fmw ,mssoawm -rno-een,
REV.HuB-ERT smmw , MR.EnwAP.D J. WLLER
THE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY '
It is next to impossible to convert flesh and blood into
stark facts and statistics. Therefore, since teachers are real
people - not just degrees, teaching experience, depots of know
ledge, or robots - they cannot be fully known, understood, or
appreciated by giving statistics only.
The teachers of Walnut Creek High School , being people,
show characteristics, individuel differences, personal likes
and dislikes just rs the students whom they meet in the class
rooms. The teachers ere only four in number, but they present
to'the students o wide vfriety of ideas, preferences in
social and religious outlooks thot certainly should give the
students an opportunity tc broaden their conception of Amer-
icon life in its various phases.
Within the faculty we find si mixture of creeds ond beliefs.
One is c member of the Roman Catholic Church, another c Menn-
onite, the third is F member of the Evangelical ond Reformed
Church, cnc the lest o minister in the Christian Church. Three
of the teachers are married, three live in small towns, one
on o form, three live owny from Walnut Creek, one in the town.
Their hobbies or diversions run the gnmut from tecchinp
and directing Summer Bible Schools, throuph Young People's
Institutes, piano ond trombone playing, membership in the
omoteur mrgicifn society, fishing, news reporting, borbering,
end masculine cookery.
' It is interesting to notice that, along with the differ-
ences, the frculty members hrve mcny similrrities. There ere
only three yecrs, eight months, ond ten dcys difference in
their ages. All four acquired their beccclsureste degrees
from colleges maintained Ly Protestant Churches, Those
colleges are : Heidelberg, Bluffton, Johnson Bible College,
ond Wooster. All teachers also have had further professional
training ot one time or another during summer sessions at
the following institutions : Ohio University, Ohio State,
Oberlin, Wilmington, Washington - Jefferson,
Since the terchers fre so nerr the srme nge, they were oll
in high school at the some time, end curiously enough, world
conditions nt thot time were quite compfrrble to those of the
present, Since the tenchers, rs high school students, exper-
ienced the First World Wfr ond the resulting uphervrl in soc-
ial, morcl, and politicfl life, they con rerlize ond oppreci-
,ate the problems their students fre forced to frce and solve
in this dry of the Second World Wfr and its resulting hfvoc
throughout the world. The students of the year 1945 - l946
will be able to comprehend the preceding strtement more fully
about twenty yecrs from now. -
people. They heve hed their aims es tenchers
striven to realize these sims, How well they
ed will be evident in the lives of those who
their feet .
is the frculty -- presenter' ns ordinery
- Ruth Mumrw
THE TEnCHER'S CHALLENGE
teacher is e prophet,
lays the fsuneetiwns cf tomorrow.
teacher is rn artist.
He works with the precious clry of
teecher is r friend.
His herrt responCs to the frith fnC
devotion of his stufents.
teacher is 5 citizen,
He is selectec fn6 licenseC for the
improvement nf society.
teacher is sn interpreter.
Out of his meturer fnf wicer life he
seeks to guife the young,
tefcher is 5 builder.
works with the higher :nd finer
vflues of civilizrtion.
tercher is e culture berrer.
leeds the wry to worthier manners,
higher intelligence, -
teecher is e planner.
sees the young lives before him as
Q pert of e grert system which shell
grow stronger in the light of truth.
teacher is e pioneer.
He is winning nut,
tercher is r believer. . .
He has abiding faith in the improvebility
of the rece.
Walnut Creek Township Board of Education -
John Lengecher -
Walnut Creek Tflwnship Teachers -
Gerber Valley - Roscoe Miller
Trail - Russell Brand
Weevers R - Mrs. Artie Brend
Chestnut Ridge - Cloyse Hershberger
Walnut Creek Township Bus Drivers -
- Hose Hostetler
Paul G. Kaser
Walnut Creek School Janitor and Industrial Arts -
influence is your life's footprints
behind for others to follow.H
- What is your opinion of A. Lincoln ?
H. - It's e good car, but I like e Packer
- Didn't you know that 12 inches makes e
foot, Doran ?
Doran Cefter a whilel Say, Earl, Eugene needs
R bawling out. He just stepped on my twelve
omorav uma cm-me sunnnfmfa
ANNA -SGHROOCK LOREN HERSillElGfR
RUSSELL xs A FRESNMAN am Because or
Pmuoucaeo n.m.c-sassy, 4-+5 as QNABLE 'ro
ATTEND ScH0Q1...Rmiw 15 TOTQRED RT Nc:-ME.
Class President 4
Vice President 3
Hot Lu ch 2 - 3 -44
Mixed Chorus 2 - BSD
Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-4
Glass Play 3-4
Anvil Staff 3
Searchlight Staff l
General Scholarship T
Senior Scholarship 4-
Declametion Contest 8
School Letter 3-4
Class Secretary 3
Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-4
.Mixed Chorus 2-3-4
Crchestre 1 '
Cheer Leader l-2-3-4
Anvil Staff 3 '
Class Play 3-4
Girls' Softbell Team
Hot Lunch 2-3-4
Genercl Schol rship
c. 51 T
School Letter 1-2-3-4
Home Economics Club
Glass Secretary 2- -
Mixed CTIOTUS 2m-3'4
Third in County
reasurer - l
Girls' Chorus l-2-3-4
Class Play 3-4'
Anvil Staff 3
Girls' Softball Team
Hot Lunch 2-3-4
Scholarship Team 2-4
Softball Team 4
Basketball Team 3
Basketball Manager 4
Mixed Chorys 2-4
Girls' Chorus 1-2-4
Class Plsy 3-4
School Letter 4
Anvil Staff 3
LOREN HERSHBERGER -
Vice President 2 -
' sketb ll 1 2 3 4
Be 3 ---
Captain All Star County Team 4
School Letter 3-4
General Scholarship Team
Mixed Chorus 2-3-4
Boys' Chorus l-2-3
Boys' Octette 2
Class Play 3-4
Senior Scholarship 4
CLYDE SUNDHEIMER -
Class President l-3
Basketball Manager l-2
School Letter 1-2-3-4
General Scholarship Team
District Scholarship 4
Anvil staff 3
Class Play l-3-4
Mixed Chorus 1-3-4
Boys' Chorus 1-2-3
Boys' Octette 2
, Declamation 4
JAMES ALLEN MILLER
County All Star Team 4
School Letter 3-4
Ann?-D. Jean S-ChI'OCk
Boys' Chorus 1-2-3
Boys' Octeste 2
Class Play 3-4
Class President 2
Class Secretary 4
Anvil Staff 3
Softball Team 2-3 f.
Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-4
Mixed Chorus 2-3-4
Scholarship Team 2-3-4
-Hot Lunch 2-3-4
School Letter 4
Senior Scholarship 4
ourth in County
DORIS LENGACHER -
Vice President l
Girls' Chorus l-2-3-4
Mixed Chorus 2-3-4
Declemation Contest 3
Class Play 3-4
Anvil Staff 3
Girls' So.ftball Team 2-3
Senior Scholarship 4
Hot Lunch 2-3-4
General Scholarship 4
School Letter 3-4
I woke to look upon r frce
Silent, white, ond cold,
Oh, friend, the rgony I felt
Cen never hflf be told.
We'd lived together but C yerr,
Too soon, it seemed, to see
Those gentle hrnds outstretched :nd still,
That toiled so herd for me.
My wcking thoughts had been of one
Who now to sleep had dropped,
'Twes herd to realize, oh, friend,
My Ingersoll had stopped.
- From The Goblin
My Bonnie bent over the grs tfnk,
The height of its contents to see,
She lighted 2 mftch to assist her -
O bring brck my bonnie to me.
Ulf you went to keep steep: dwn't get into the hrbit
of blowing it off continurlly,H
Ult wry be that fruits feel pain, rs the scientist
seys, but the grfpefruit is the only one that crn
Ulf you ere too smell to do grert things, perhfps
you can do smell things in 5 greft wey,U
Music - .
'lW'GoC and In --
iHSend Out the Lightn - Charles Gounod
- Mixed Chorus
Silver Offering for Holme
Baccalaureate Address ----
HThe Heavens Res
Be nediction-- -----------
s County Library
----Revf Russell Mast
oundn - Beethoven
- Negro Spiritual
Processional ------- ---- -
UTQ a Wild Rosen
UThis Is My Cou tryu-
Edward Mc, Dowall
Fred Waring err,
- Girls' Chorus
Salutstory. - ,
Class Address -------------
Presentation of Diplomas------
. -sv -
--- Rev. Paul Ebert
- ---wq-,-V-He. V. --V
SENIOR CL4SS POEM
We, the clrss of forty-six,
Are but e group of nine,
That strive to better, not self,
And rise to onswer Cuty's coll,
inc. on the rf-om: of life to climb
To higher planes.
To face life's sorrows anC life's joys,
We know will come in this life
Not for self but for ell,
This motto we have chosen, b
A motto we shall strive to keep, A
And help the others in time of need.
A motto we shall always remember,
To help ond gtide us in life's endeavor
- Dorcas Zook
Our outlook in life has a greet Cefl to Co with
what life is - perhaps for more than we Cream.
One looking through prison hers sow mud, while
onother sow stars, People usually see what they
are looking for,
My prayer is , Gaily FS I live, p
HGQC, make me worty of my friends JH
THE SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
As I think beck over the school days, which I enjoyed
so much, I think r
has held in store
have been through
in their desks in
In the corner
first severrl years that he was out of school, he worked
for his ded driving truck. Then he becrme interested in '
baseball, Did you hear about the grert strike out king
yet ? Well, if you didn't, he is no other than Loren Him-
self. The other dey he struck out four times right in 2 row
He is playing for the Mud Valley Mud Vens, end doing r '
fairly good job, I think his srlory is :round 390 a year.
Remember how he used to hunt snipes ??????
bout my classmates and what the world
for them in the twenty yerrs that they
school, I still plainly see them sitting
the study hell.
sect set Loren UPineyN Hershberger. The
In the next sect set James WJimH Allen Miller, Now
there's c men who hed brfwn and muscle to spore, end he
mode use of it too. He spent three yenrs on his father's
farm, end then he turned to wrestling. Today he is the worl
world's wrestling chrmp, He is known rs Killer - Diller -
Occupying the next sert was Anno Jenn Schrock. Anna ,
nfter she left school, disnppeered,'and I diCn't hear a
word about her until the other week. And what do you think
she was'doing ? She was operating a divorce bureau in Reno
Arizona. What I wonder is if she went there on real busi-
ness or just as r job. .
The next sect wee occupied by Doris Lengacher, Doris
is really famous now-e-days, She is a populcr movie star in
in Hollywood, She is married of course. I don't know her
husbanC's name, but I think he runs some kind of an impli-
The next sent was taken by Dorothy'Miller, Remember
mrke'A's in high school, She really got
ation. Well, she went through Ohio State
getting the same grades, She is using
teach the pupils in the some room where
rnd studied. I think her'husbnnd's occu-
how she used to
herself rn educ
her training to
she once slrved
pation is driving r truck.
Dorcas Zook srt in the next sect. As soon as she
gradurted from school, she wrs married to cn ex-service
men. Since they were both interested in trrveling, they
made 5 trip around the world. Then they settled in New
York where they ere running e model's bureau.
Lyle Hostetler occupied the other'corner sect. Because
he took geometry, trigonometry, :nd physics in school, he
hrs become one of the best engineers in the United States.
Do you remember how he was rlwcys trying to do something
behind the tercher's hrxk, and he'always got caught? Well,
he is still up to his usual tricks. The other Cay he was
cau5ht'trying to pick pocket the president of the United
Next was Kfthryn Gerber. Kethryn stryed with her prrents
u til she was thirty years old. Then she got married to some
fhrmer, end they settled down. up to now she hrs ten child-
reng One set of quintuplets, rnC r set of twins. Quite r
family, isn't it ?
Lrst but not least cones Clyde Suniheiner. This fellow
turned to politics rs soon rs he left school. When he was
35, he was governor of Ohio. At the rfe of 45 he wrs pres-
ident of the United Strtes. The only hed thing shout it
was that it was :ll 5 Green, but he rerlly is doing some-
thing. Just what nobody knows. But if you go to Lower
Slobbie you will probably find out.
- Clyde Sundheimer
Mr. Miller - What is the :ost potent poison?
Lyle - The nirplrne - one drop - you're dead ,
NT. Smith - This jrr contains a deadly poison,
what steps would you tske if it escaped ?
Loren - Long ones.
- What CiC you write on my exrminstion
James Allen -paper, Ncdam ?
Teacher - I asked you to write more clerrly,
NEvery day is the best day of the year,
Write it on your heert.H
WThe happiness of your life depends upon
the quality of your thoughts.n
OUR CLASS HISTORY
, In September , 1942, e group of Hgreenn pupils entered
the halls of the Wrlnut Creek High School. There were four-
teen of us. In addition to those now gredueting, were -
Galen Gerber, Dwight Weaver, Donald Schrock, Junior Hos -
tetler, and Mary Ellen Miller,
By the time we thought we were going rather smoothly,
the Seniors thought we were still too Hgreenn, so they ini-
ated us, p '
Time came to organize our class. We elected Clyde Su d-
heimer es presicent, Doris Lengecher es vice president, end
Mary Ellen Miller as secretery,
We hed two pupils enter the English Scholarship test -
Dorothy Miller and Clyde Sundheimer, Dorothy won fourth
place in the county.
As we entered our sophomore year, we were sorry to see
that three of our former students didn't return, This year
we elected Anna Jean Schrock as president, Loren Hershberger
as vice president, and Kethryn Gerber es secretrry,
We had six entrances to the scholarship tests this yeerg
Dorothy, Anne Jean, Loren, end Dorcas took the English test,
Dorothy and Lyle took the algebra. Anne Jean took World His-
tory, end'Clyde General Science. Clyde renked third in the
C ounty .
we entered our Junior yeer with much embition because '
we knew plenty of work fell on the shoulders of the Juniors,
Two more members dropped out of our class, This year our
officers consisted of Clyde, Dorothy, end Dorcrs.
Dorothy, Clyde, rnd Anna Jenn took the scholarship
tests with Dorothy winning honorable mention in geometry
in the state.
We gave 2 ploy Unlibi Billn. It was e success 1 We rlso
published the annual. The Seniors were entertfined with a
banquet. This was by for the busiest year in our school
Ai lest we became dignified Seniors. Dorothy, Merlin
Troyer Cwho joined us at the beginning of the yerr but left
shortly efteri and Anne Jenn served as our class officers,
In the Senior Scholarship test which we all took, Dorothy
ranked third in the county, end Clyde fourth,
The class play, the commencement services, and the final
farewell exercises culminated our lest days at the school,
AS we leave the school, we hope we hrve achieved as much as
P - Kathryn Gerber
We, the Senior Glass of
Walnut Creek High School, do h
hereby leave our lest Cecliretion, as we leave school life,
and do hereby bequeeth our cherished abilities to those
To the teachers we bequeath our everlrsting affection
and hope they will give the
same guidance to the classes
following as they have given us.
To the school borrd we lefve ell our books, broken
chairs, and broken loborrtory equipment,
We will to the Jmnitns rll things which need to be re-
paired and hope next year his burden will be lighter,
To the following students we will our cherished trrits-
Dorothy Miller wills her ability to mrke A's to Marilyn
Weaver, and her saucy
remarks to Richrrd Hostetler.
To Shirley Troyer, Clyde Sundheimer wills his speed,
and his pestering moments to Dnllas Hostetler,
Loren Hershberger wills
his curly heir to Gene Hoswell,
his eptness at brsketbell to Robert Gerber.
Lengncher wills her boy shyness C?J to Anne Moe
Stutzmcn, and her :bility to est to Dennis Wecver,
To Doran Horrisberger, Dorcss Zook wills her stick-to-
it-ive-ness, end her stature to Mrrilyn Zshner,
Lyle Hostetler wills his love for music to Fred Schrock
and his serious thoughts to Lowell Hostetler,
Kathryn Gerber wills her drintiness to Lois Gerber,
and her studiousness to Gerfld Hershberger,
James Allen Miller will
er in Economics to ke
basketball captrin to
To Marilyn Miller, Annu
sion to be tordy, and
1 Gladys Most,
We hope you will :ccept
We, the Seniors, class of 19
laration, place our seal on
the year of our Lord, 1946.
s his rbility to be o good guess
ith Miller, and his aptness ss
Jean Schrock wills her
her ability PS librarian to
these cs we hfve given them -
46, do her eby in our lr
this seventeenth Cry of
- Senior Class
Per. - Anna Jenn Schrock
SENIOR cuties PLAY
m qoH.NgYsGET ,YQUBGGLBL
- THREE CT comnny
Birdie Blotz-------------Anne Jean Schrock
The Hired Girl
Adelaide Chefford ---- ----Dorothy Miller
An Agfressive Widow
Polly Chefford ----------- Doris Lengncher
Her Attractive Daughter
Charlie Chrfford ---- ----- Clyde Sundheimer
Pol1y's Pe ppery Uncle
Lucius Lrrrebee- -------- -Lyle Hostetler
With brrwn but no brrins
Gertrude Northupe -------- Dorces Zook
A Designing Nurse
Innbeth Easley ------- ----Kethryn Gerber
Just P little Southern Girl
Hokey Polk- -------------- Jfmes Allen Miller
With brrins but no brnwn
Johnny Goodman ----------- Loren Hershberger
The surprise guest
Director- ------- -- ----Miss Troyer
Music-r-- ----- - ------- --Znugg Sisters
Lucius - Ckisring pillow? Oh, Polly Wolly, I love '
Dolly - She's not 0 peach from Georgia, she'e n prune
Johnny - A very edible looking dog, Feels nice and
tender too 3
Birdie - That there Cog has the encyclophoby A
if he bites us we'l1 all get rabbits.
Inabeth - I talk just like n hewn end bred South-
unuh - don't I ?
Charlie - I been struck with a stroke in the hips.
Quick cell the doctor, My timefs come,
No, you ain't dying, you're squatting ini
fresh varnish. ,
Hokey - '
y is everyone glaring et me
tegious or something ?
? Am I Con'-
Did you ever est a nice fat juicy prairie
dog ? with plenty of grevy and sweet pota-
toes, And baked rattlesnake
can pickle and slice it just
Inebeth - If she takes off another g
' definitely swoon.
Hokey - Maybe I'd better go end hunt
- He. He. It's your compfny
care for, Gert Northup,
Gertrude - Don't dell me Gert.
Adelaide - Don't cell me Ad J
- Oh, you make me tired,
you know, you
rment I shall
him 2 barrel.
he doesn't i
- Did that sworgley - swanked son of r ser-
dine put you up to essassinctin' me in the
beck with 5 railroad spike ?
Never hit Q man when he's down, He might get
My feet were sticking out of the covers.
Why didn't you pull hhem in, '
I ain't putting those cold things in bed with me.
what do the robins eat, Mummy ?
And what do the worms eat ?'
The deed robins, Carling.
BACK Row: GERALD aeasueeeaen , comm mamsaeeaea,
list-irru MuLLEP-,Euaeme MILLER. FRED SHRQQK.
FRONT ROW: MARTHFX FLBIOH, RDQQERT GERBER ,MRRQ
MILLER, Loweu. HosTs'n..ER , L.uccL1..E FLSNNEH.
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mf: M -L-1-L1 - QZSIQLM, .Navi
THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1946
Our class is composed of ten members, Seven of them are
boys. That doesn't mean , however, that we rule the class.
Though we cause the teachers a little trouble once in a
while, they themselves admit we're a pretty good class to
work with. A
We presented our class play entitled HThe Deacon Slipsu
on October 24. By the looks and words of some of the Seni-
ors, we think they were just e little jealous because we
did make a neat sum of profit on it. It was more than just
a financial success too. All of the cast got 2 lot of en-
joyment from the production, The cast was assfollows -
neocon Slips --- --------- Keith Miller
Leslie Jerksome ------ ---Lowell Hostetler
Mildred ----------------- Lucille Flinner
Freta Slips ------------- Mary Ellen Miller
Mrs, Moredough ----------- Martha Funk
. Mr, Ringling ------------ Fred Schrock
Harold----- ---------- ---- Gerald Hershberger
Don ----------- ----------- Doran Horrisberger
Mr. Brown ---- ------ - ---- -Eugene Miller
Paul Hearman- ------ W. ----- Robert Gerber
l The story is about the old Deacon Slips, a backwoods old
man from Center Square, Missouri, who came to see his niece
Mildred. A sconndrel named Mr, Ringling knows that there
is oil on Mildred's farm and is trying to buy it from her,
He tries every method he can think of to force her to sell
the place, but through the efforts of the Deacon end the
Udetectiven Wprk of the UCayugaU srlve salesmen, Leslie
Jerksome. She is saved. At the end, Leslie has Freta as
his own, and the Deacon has Mrs. Moredough, Paul has
Mildred, rnd the lrw has the two scoundrels, Mr. Ringling
and his son,
A JUNIOR RESIGME
Nhme Life Ambition
Mary Ellen Miller
A There is only one rule for
Drive Truck Johnnj FF
Drive a HSemiH Painter
Game Hunter Bob
Make Swiss Cheese Impliments
Be r husband Fritz '
Horse Doctor General
- ------ Being tardy
- -------- Being whistled at
----- --- Reading
talker : learn how to listen,
being a good,
Brack Row: ooamw-W Hensnasnaen ,cfm-Jwuq mom
DOROTHY MFNUST ,MARH..'1'M GERBL-:R ,GLADQS mnsv.
F Rom' Row 1 AN mm MAE S1uTz.MA+.1, emma HERSHBQRIAER,
BERNARD sms ,DALLAS Hosfa1L5R,Mm2:1LQu wsewek
Anna Mae Stutz
THE SOPHOMORE CLHSS
Name Occupation Ambition
Helping others Housewife
Making straight 3'a, Work on : fruit farm
Studying Old Moie 5
Keeping Gladys Company President of U.Gi'
Making up her mind A White House Sec. H
Getting sick Merrying o Pennsyl-
vania coal miner
Going to Sugrr Creek Hove 3 wife '
Looking for e mon Own 9 store
Waiting for the train Secretary of lobor
Dating Millionsire's wife
Anno Moe '
Blonde - blue eyes
Long steps - nervous
Marilyn G Gee whiz
Dorothy H J iminy
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L-CNS GE.RBER,DQNNA GERBER.
THE FRESHMAN CLnSS
Ten years from now -
Shirley Troyer - eating ice cubes
Dennis Weaver - working in the Walnut Creek Garage
Lorrell Mast L still going beck to Trail every night
Lowell Zook - working as clerk in Schlebach's store
Kue Brand - having his own outfit end running 0 pickup bailer
Richard Hostetler - has just been given his wings
Thomas Weaver - owns farm of l8O acres D
M rilyn Miller - Did you see herfin her new uniform ? Wow 3
Nhrilyn Zahner - has her own beauty shop. Cen she give waves ?
Oletha Hcmsher - teaching school rt Gerber Vrlley.
Lois Gerber - working in an office for r millionaire boss
Gene Hoswell - writing the book entitles HScnrlet Dcwnu
Rhea Mae Gerber - waiting for the train to come in J
Donna Gerber - likes to sell anything I Beware customers.
Thomas - likes to slump down in his chair
Lowell - always hes something to say
Richard - a coming basketball star '
Lorrell - our professional artist
Kue'- Such waves I
Dennis - likes to Hjiggleu sects
Gene - full of fun - writes well
Shirley + our class giggler
Rhea Mae - Coesn't like General Science
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Gletha - likes to hrve her nose in r book
Marilyn Z. - likes to chum with Potty
Marilyn M. - Hingus Foy heir cut
Lois - our young post mistress
Donna - likes English very much
Russell - a smart young Freshman
Own n 20C :Je farm
Best Likes Subject
Our message to you is - be courogeous I
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Frm-I snxfrn GRADE
THE SEVENTH QND EIGHTH GRADES
Wayne Kcser - good nrtured - biggest in the class
Douglas Baker - gives interesting reports - likes history
Mary Beechy - e little on the quiet side - Q good student
Margaret Gerber - 0 whiz ot mathematics
Annette Hamsher - Enjoys physical education
Arlene Miller - likes to tclk to Mary in science class
Arlen Hostetler - h
Trumnn Mlller enoug nlike to be twins
Jay Miller - an outsider - never likes to be in the group
James Shonk - He's absent - but when he's here he means
business in the wrong way
Mary Yoder - always has her arithmetic
Donna Jenn Miller - hongs around the boys 2 lot
June Hostetler - brunette - one of those Trail girls
Lovin: Troyer - always hits high flyers - no grounders
Jones Yoder - doesn't wont anything written about himself
Ted Horrisberger - class president - basketball center
Bob Troyer - captain of'beshetboll team
Emma Beechy - the artist of our class
Potty Hostetler - our storekeeper
Kenneth Meehan - o good arithmetic student
Betty Lou Stutzman - one of the tallest girls
Fyrne Miller - our tiny platinum blond
Alice Gerber - the youngest of the girls
Luke Miller - likes to ploy football
Laurethc Schrock - good bei' player ,
Maurice Hershberger - our future truck driver
Aden Schrook - trying for the Akron Beacon Journal contest
Melvin Weaver - manager of the basketball team
Delon Miller - HPorkyU - oje of the biggest boys
Dorothy Gerber - she really likes to laugh
Wayne Gerber - Uweinern - our tractor driver
June Stutzmnn - the fortune teller
Mary Shetler - e fine example of neetness
- Our hs-rd working farmers
- Gwen Bohler - Secretary
THE FIFTH AND SIXTH GRnDES
Tuesiry, September 4, merkeC the opening of our school
when twenty-seven young nmericrns, twelve boys enf fifteen
girls, founi their way into the hells of lerrning, Ten of
them were repeaters from the yerr previous :ne seventeen
were new and reedy to be initiftei into their new surrounC-
For severfl months these young Cisciples were together
with no losses nor odtitions, Then beginning the eighth
month, John and nmos Grrber came into our school, hoving
formerly ettendei et Richville in Strrk County. Johrm '
good student - almost P whiz, '
Actually we are r good and respectrble group of young-
sters, rni we hope to be rewrrCee for our good work :nd re-
spectability by hrving rn outing some time this spring.
Last year found us wading through snow Crifts ind this
yerr the Ufluu coused us to lose several weeks,
Gur fifth grrce wee on the Honor Roll in the December
Ewery Pupil Tests and both grodes hope to make it in the
April tests, In the spelling tests conducted over the county
Jacob Beechy rnd Bene Berchy wert blue ribbon winners in the
fifth grade, and Gloria Ann Horrisberger ane Corolyn Schrock
were given red ribbons, John Gerber wes the only blue ribbon
winner in the sixth grade with 2 perfect score, Lost yesr
Aden Hostetler was the smartest geography student in the
fifth grate, winning Q mop for our room, but this is written
too early to give results in this contest. We have high
hopes , however,
We woulo like to have you become rcqueinteC with us
so here we ere - Bobby and Budty, twins, but eifferent -
Bob, studious, elwfys ready for on rrgument - Jecob, reoder-
Bene, quiet - Enos, slow- Katie, moCest - Neve, o tease -
Merlin, husky - Carole, always Cheod - UHey, Mr, Hershberger,H
William - good walker, Gloria - Patsy K, , industrious -
Lois, happy - Wilbur, somewhet lezy - Carolyn, little but
mighty - Amos, sleepy - RioherC, future besketboll strr -
Patsy end Brrborr, twins, like two pers in 9 pod - Loyal,
quiet and studious - Glenn end Gleiys, twins but different -
Shirley, rosy cheeks - Lorene, slow - Mes, giggles - Aien,
broiny - Mary, reserved - John, A student.
THIRD FOURTH GRADE
THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES I
Thirty-two pupils started in their
school year in our
room, but three left and several new ones came in, Billy
Hostetler, Robert Bergdorf, end Joy Hostetler left during
the first semester. Pauline Miller end Fannie Gerber enter-
ed during the second semester. We now hrve eighteen in third
grade and thirteen in fourth grade,
I We heve thirty-one inour room, but
only twenty-seven names because we have
two Betty's, end two others whose nemes
Here you can meet ell of us -
we neet to remember
two Sue's, two Mable' ,
sound alike - Jean
our new girl
You should see her swing Q
Sue ? No, it's June,
Cen she go when we ploy robbigwg
has reed elmost 200 books and
our A student
the only one from town
got honoreble mention in poetry
doesn't talk much
Hove you ever seen him hurry?
likes to tense
wears n smile '
doesn't like whooping cough.
has curly heir
likes to eat ice cream in the m
left us but ceme back
our doorkeeper '
Can you get both feet on your
get brck - hervy hitter I
another heevy hitter.
likes to ploy basketball
keeps us entertained at noon
does her work neetly
can reed fest
ents slowly - as everyone shoul
a good peste brush cleaner
- EDITH TROYER
FIRST AND SECOND GRADES
Henry Beechy --
William Beechy --
Is that mischief in his eye ?
a pleasant disposition elwnys
Jchn Brown No they're not twins 3
Walter Brown '
Jacob Byler --
Jemima Byler --
Larry Flinner --
Billy Forester --
Rey Hershberger --
Paul Most --
Roy Mast --
Dunne Miller --
Larry Miller --
Shirley Troyer --
Cherles Keser --
Mnrlnnd Gerber -
so beshful J
sparkling eyes end P shy smile
Did anyone find his tennis shoe
strings ? '
He puts his boots on by himself.
He hrs the
A Hmenu of
is such an intersting
knows his rrithmetic
e lively fellow
Q fine rerder
the tiniest less in our room
Prim rnd well behaved
dependable end kind
came to us from the Akron Schools
How he cen leugh TJ!!
n good worker
Don't turn around in your seat ?
likes to talk about his trip to
e good bell pleyer
enother'good bell player
makes cardboard trucks and animals
she reed the books in our library
Gwendolyn Hershberger - neat in all her work
Gwendolyn Miller --
Annie Hostetler --
Betty Troyer --
Ruth Troyer --
Mbrthe Gerber --
Janet Flinner --
Marilyn Hershberger - can answer arithmetic
Julia Zook --
cheery end talkative
likes spelling tests
our tallest girl
Watch me run !
always speaking softly
a friendly girl
does fine color work
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SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEST
An announcement by Mr. Miller that all the Walnut
Creek Seniors would be required to take the Senior Scholar-
ship tests was received with groans and worried looks.
However they Cid J This gave each Senior e fair chance to
measure his ability in the varied fields which he had
studied'6uring his high school years with other state
Dorothy Miller rated third in the county and Clyde
Sundheimer fourth. These two will receive state cerpificates
of award with eight'others from the county. We extend our
compliments to them.
' THE GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP TESTS
On April 12, all of the students took tests prepared
by'the state in various subjects in which they ere enroll-
ed. This test was edministred for the purpose of deter-
mining which student rated highest in the class, end there-
fore would represent us at Wooster on May 3 in the District
The following students are our representatives -
English 9 ---------- Donna Gerber
English lO -------- Dorothy Hershberger
English ll -------- Keith Miller
English 12 -------- Dorothy Miller
Algebra l --------- Lorrell Mast
Algebra ll -------- Dorothy Miller
General Science --- Clair Hershberger
Chemistry --------- Lowell Hostetler
Social Studies ---- Clyde Sundheimer
USuccess can only be reached by climbing e very steep
hill, Climb little by little, but never turn beck or
V Station E A T Presents
News Flashes of the Lunoh Program of 1945 - 1945
MARY TROYER - DGRIS SCHROCK
Doris Lengacher Lucille Flinner Dorothy
Dorcas Zook Martha Funk Dorothy
Kathryn Gerber Mary Ellen Miller Dorothy
Anna Jean Sohrock Gladys Mast Marilyn
A Anna Mae Stutzman Marilyn Weaver
A Servers and Dishwashers
Loren Hershberger Lowell Zook
Mr. Miller Mr. Smith
i Milk Deliverers
The Entire School
Approximate Number of meals served - 14,000
I Received from government checks CW.F.A.D -
1 Received from lunch tickets -
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Final Event of Year
Mother - Daughter Banquet
THE PRINCE OF PEACE CONTEST
n'November 15, the annual prince of Peace contest
was held, in the Walnut Creek High School. Five'very cap-
able students were participants in this contest. By name
they were - Marilyn Miller, Donna Gerber, Dorothy Hersh-
berger, and Keith Miller. The contestants all had close
scores, but Keith Miller was declared the winner and
Donna Gerber the alternate. In December Keith participated
in the county contest at Killbuck. He lost, but made up
for it by winning the county declomation contest in oretions
- Keith Miller
THE LITERARY CONTEST
On Merch 20, thirteen Welnut'Creek students partic-
ipated in e local literary contest. The following present-
ed declemations -
Orations - Keith Miller
Reading Dorothy Zook
Anna Mae Stutzman
Rhea Mae Gerber
Readings Lois Gerber
Martha Funk H
The winners were : Keith Miller, Clyde Sundheimer,
Lois Gerber, Dorothy Miller, Dorothy Zook, and Marilyn
Miller. Judges for the evening were E.J.Miller, Claude
Zimmerman, end W.R.Msst.
The above winners traveled to Killbuck on March 29
to meet'whe winners of the other schools in e county
contest. There were 49 participants. Each person rel
peated his reading three times to s different judge. A
delicious steak dinner followed, and after e fifteen '
minute wait the winners for the afternoon were declared,
The Walnut Creek students who were afternoon winners
were : Dorothy Miller, Dorothy Zook, Lois Gerber, and
The evening winners consisted of Keith Miller - Oration
Donis Patterson - Holemesville, Humorous Reading'- and
Wanda Schopfert from Killbuck - Dramatic Reading. '
We who participated in this contest enjoyed tremen-
dously the experience which this activity gave us, and the
privilege which it provided in meeting the representatives
of other schools in a social wayg We hope next year a sim-
ilar project will be carried out,
- Marilyn Miller
3500 words - difficult ones at that - are quite a
task to attempt to wade through, but when the Akron
Beacon Journal announded such a contest for the grades
from five to eight four eighth grade students tackled
the task in the true Walnut Creek spirit.
On Tuesday afternoon, April 21, Mary Margaret
Gefber, Mary Beechy, Jerry Mast, and June Hostetler
went'to Holmesville to participate in the county con-
A wditten contest'of fifty words was first given to
to all the participants. From this'group twelve were
selected to enter the oral contest. Margaret Gerber and
Mary Beachy qualified for this contest. Had there been one
more'participant in the oral group Jerry would have quali-
fied. Margaret was one of the three selected to represent
the county in the contest at Akron since'she was one of the
three remaining on the floor the longest,
The dentist was having trouble getting Doris Leng-
acher to open her mouth so that he could extract a tooth.
After listening to repeated assurances that it would not
hurt, the lass wiped her tear-stained face and said, Ulf it
it doesnft hurt, let me see you pull one of youre."
Oletha had lost two front teeth. Upon being asked
how she felt with two teeth missing, she replied, Hmy
mouth feels lonesome.N
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CH EER LEADERS
At the end of the 1944 - 1945 season, many people
said that Walnut Creek would not have much of e team the
next season, because the first six were lost by graduation.
However, this was proved wrong for we mrde e record of
14 wins and 5 losses.
The'stnrting.line up for all games was L. Hershher-
ger and R. Gerber at forwards, C. Sundheimer at center,
J. Miller and D. Horrisberger at guards.
we started out the season with victories over Lake
ville, Killbuck, Big Prairie, and Glenmont, Nashville de
feuted us in the next game which was e non-league game,
There was quite a lay off on account of the flu epedemic
which hit the county,
Still stale from the long vocation, but lost to Mill-
ersburg but rallied rnd defeated our old foe Berlin, Then
came 0 new term - Midvrle. They defeated us in Q close game.
Then came Nashville, Holmesville,'end Sugar Creek for the
first time in the lest four years, Shreve - onother'new
defeated us in the cleanest game any opponent played all
season. We finished the regular season by defeating Lake
ville, Clerk, end Berlin.
By winning the undisputed league championship, W.
has now won 3O straight lergue games in the last four
years. Let's hope it keeps going,
In the tournament we defected Holmesville, and
Nhshville, and Berlin for the Holmes County tourney. We
were then ushered out of the tournament by r strong Tusc
erawas team at Dover,
Following are the scores -
W,C. - 50 Lekeville - 23
W.C. - 45 Killhuck - 20
W.C. - 54 Big Prairie 16
W,C. - 52 Glenmont - 19
W.C, - 37 Neshville - 43
W.C. - 41 Millershurg 45
W.C, - 35 Berlin - 24
W.C. - 37 Midvale - 41
W.C. - 41 Nashville - 25
W.C. - 52 Holmesville 27
Total - W,C. - 897 Visitors - 641
The versity was reenforced by the reserves who did
well - winning 13 end losing 2
WIS! I i9 kiiitteie I 51-Z, 351814 I 52 Iigsiliiiiiie I 32
W.C. - 33 Big Prairie - 16 W.C. 36 Sugar Creek - 20
' Glenmqnt " 7 wicca Shreve -
W.C. - 35 Nashville -'30 fM.C. 39 Lakeville - 24
.W.C. - M111GTSbUTE - 27 W.C. 27 Clark - 14
W.C. - 25 Berlin - 23 W.C. 28 Berlin - 30
W.C. - Midvale - 27 W.C.
Total - W.C. - 458 Visitors - 345
Individual Scoring -- -----
L Her-shberger - 254 Hershberger - 77A
J Miller - 185 Zook - 148
C Sundheimer - 143 Mast - 75
R. Gerber - 136 Hostetler - 27
D Horrisberger' 90 Hostetler - 57
E Miller - 140 Hostetler - 4
In the fouls shooting department, R. Gerber led the group
with a .583 average.
Name Attempts Made Average
R Gerber 42 5583
L Hershberger 40 .570
J Miller 29 .440
D Horrisberger 22 .431
C Sundheimer 19 .333
Total 317 . 152 .eso
THE CQASS TOURNAMENT
This year's classtournement proved to he a thrilling '
affair in its closing stages. When the schedule was drawn upy
the freshmen drew the seniors and the sophomores had the
juniors. In the freshmen - senior game, the seniors liter-
ally swamped the frosh - 73 - 27. Sundheimer'led the scoring
with 33 points. Hershherger'was next with 18,
The juniors also defeated the sophs in e lop-sided
contest - 74 - 23. Horrisherger led the victors with 23
The final game proved to be far different from the'
other two games. The game was hotly contested all the way,
with the seniors finally winning out - 38 - 37. Sundheimer
again led the scoring with 18 points. The officials were
Paul Gerber and Gerald Mast. A trophy was'presented to the
in their seasons.
can he seen in the trophy case.
in all, 1 think Walnut Creek had a'good basket-
! in the county and intermural games. Here's hoplng
that the teams of the future will have even greater success
-- Clyde Sundheimer
the beginning of this basketbhll season, Doris Leng-
Lucille Fliwner, gnc Dorcas Zook again took up the
I cheerleading. It tes loses of fun, but we ned'a'
herd work. And believe me in close games, I thins we
use just as much energy as the boys on the floor do. This s
eeson meds two yeers of cheerleading for Doris, two
cille, and four for Dorcas.
-s before the cheerleaders received large eight inch
for their work, but this yeir we had the choice of Q
school letters or a smell gold pin. We chose the gole
e end uoris carried the load by them selves while
was in the hospittl for an operation.
Doris end I regret that we cannot he been next year because,
we really enjoyed it, but the best of luck to the cheer leec-
ers for next year.
GY ceurse when yon cheer lead yon have some embarrassing
moments. Here are soar vhich me girls Axe.
Doris - I was never'so emberrses d as I was the night we play-
ed Berlin st Berlin, in the lead-45 season. You know the
games with Berlin are usually exciting, well, anyway, I
know this game surely wesn't uninteresting, as every person
there was tense. Of course we chetrleeeers were a little
more excited than say of the fans. There was time out, and
we had finished a cheer. Berlin did one, and we decided'to
do another. The whistle blew, it was 'dns to olsy sgein.
Schesrtr, the rtie ee, told us to get off the floor- we
could cheerleed some other tire. Well, we set down but we
't feel too happy about the idea, That hcsn't happened
before or since.
Lucille - One of my embarrassing experiences was the time
when W6 got Up to do s cheer, while the boys ters practic-
ing. Just es I turned around, I bumoed Hsmacku into a pleye
er. He smiled and I blushed. We wished I emight disappear
just then. -
Dorcas - The one embsrrsssing experience that I shall never
forget is the time that we played Holnesville and we gave
tht cheer,N Gets - op- Napoleon --U when me came to Ucsn--+
beat Walnut Creehn, I said xillhuck iHStCHd of Holmesville,
You all Know how my voice carries, well, everyone heard
what I had seie and started to laugh. I didn't realize I had
made the mistake until 1 set down, and Doris told me what I
If I ever wishes for Q hole in the floor I did then.
- Dorcas Zook
The grade team started p qoctice with only one re-
turning plcyer'with practice, This was Robert Deon Troyer.
The rest of the places were filled hy Luke Miller, Ted Hor-
risherger, Truman Miller, Delon Miller, Maurice Hershherger,
Donald Hostetler, Arlen Hostetler, Jerry Most, and Douglas
During the season, the team plryed twelve games winning
nine and losing three. They won from Lakeville, Midvale,
Nashville twice, Berlin, Glenmont, Holmesville, Clark, and
Big Prairie, They lost to Berlin, Sugar Creek, and Rogers-
Prospects for o good team next yerr are promising.
Possibly only one regular player will he lost to the team.
Through the efforts of our genial superintendent, Mr.
Miller, we received new suits this year. Our trunks were
not very srtisfcctory, so they will he replaced with new
shiny ones for next year. We hope also to have warm-up
packets for next year. Wouldn't that he swell J
We went to express our appreciation to our superin-
tendent for allowing us to play for we know that at many
places they do not have this privilege. We hope some dey
to represent our high school in gaining glory and honor
for our Alma Mater. '
Baca Row: GERALD HERSHBE RQER . Baumann sms,
homage. Hot-NETLEB. , LQLE HQQQTBYLER
MIDDLE 'RDWZ IQRREL. MAST. LOWGFLL. 'ZQOK , DALLAS
W. Hosven.eR ,FRED 'smmcm ,m-mean HQSTETLER,
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A 6.1.9065 sumnmeaen ,MREM HE-WsHB2RCgEfR,3nmes Mn.s,e:R
In the beginning of the year 1945 - 1946 we started'
our high school athletic program. with playing softball.
We started with a new team since last year most of them
had graduated. We started in this fashion - Dalles, catcher
Loren, pitcher 5 Gerald, first base 5 Robert, second 5
Doran, short-stop 5 Clyde, third 5 James, left field 5
Bernard, center field 5 Fred, right field 5 and Lowell
H. , roaming short,
After losing the first game, to Sugar Creek, we -
changed our defense to Jim, catch 5 Robert, first 5 Dick,
second, gereld, left field, and Dallas right field. We
went on to win the rest of the games. They were as follows-
W.C. 4 Sugar Creek 7 W.C. 24 Killbuck 4
W.C. 5 Sugar Creek 3 W.C. 8 Holmesville 4
'Many of the games that we had scheduled were Urained
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In the spring we have again
with the members about the same.
Eugene, first 5 Lowell Z., right
formed a soft ball team
These ere the exceptions -
field 5 Lyle, catcher,
Since the new ruling says that there shall be no roaming
short, we have one less onizhe team., -
We found some old baseball suits end ere wearing them
this spring. Some might have holes in them, and they are
patched up rather much, but they serve the purpose,
Since we play most of our games away from home, some
kind of transportation must be found. Usuelly ones of the
fellows brings his pick-up to school and so we jump on the
back and go.
We started where we left off lest fell and contin-
ued to have e very good season, The scores of the games
are es follows -
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As this annual
to be played on May
And so closes
We ere looking forw
25 Big Prairie - l
ark O Cforfeitb N.C. 12 Killbuck 8
goes to press there is one gems yet
13 with Nashville on our home f
nother successful softball season.
rd to as good 1 season next year.
- Gerald Hershberger
A GLANCE AT VFE ALUVWI OF TIL CIAS5 OF 1945
The graduating class of 1945 presented to the world
fourteen good laborers in various vocations.
'We one ARTFUA H5330 xILH1Lz is learning the mechanic
trace first hand. Whenever you want your cnr filled 3
witn good gas, just call on Uartn. Ha seams to like
his Job very vcll, nspecinlly the grossing jobs.
JOVN 653331, JUNIOR is driving truck for the Finzcr
Brothers Br1cx'flant. I'm surn no has stan every little
corner in Ohio. Ee hruln brick fron morning to avcning-
a tiresome job, mc know,
We still find BA FLEA SUUDWLIbQE at her home on Sunny
Slope. Sho scams to have chosen housc work for her task
thus far - a vtry worthy task, we say.
'JOHN HGRQISBLQCLT, JUWIUR was taken into thc'srmy for
- about four months until he got his discharge. Ho oocic-
ed army life wnsn't for him. He is now in the chicken
business, which he seems to like n bit batter.
LUTILQ IAS? is working for his and on thc farm, Thisl
work he seems to likt bccwusc of nll'the help he has.
Milking como is L specialty with him.
We were greatly plcasud with the help of DOQI3 QCWYOCK
in the proparrtion of not lunches this winter, Besides
this she has Lbly rssistc6'in xccping house at home -
an unusually fine practice.
TRLHAN'ULR3HJiRQL1 is taxing 2 pr:-medical course at
Goshen College. We orc looking forward to the time
when Truman may return to Walnut Creek to supply our
community with a much-no dec ooctor.
We still find 3109333 HOZRISEMRCMQ exploycd by his dad.
Ht stems to be getting Slang vcry well with using his
mechanical ability and driving his now truck.
ELEANOA LAKE? is putting her bookkeeping into nffect
by Ukecping noaksn in hor fathcr's garage. Sho is also
employed by Jancrg's rfstrurant in which she is serving
as cook. ,
DGWALU IILLAR is not in the United States Envy. NDonnyN
you know, cnlistfd in thc navy in Hay 1945, rignt be-
fort school cloetc. me scams to no doing all right tnerc
as he has boon pronptcn to Scannn first class.
DLA? rACHAT is rsturnihf to the University of Cincinnatti
to start his thirc tors. Aitsr starting his thirc term .
hc had to have his sppcndix removes in January, Us basil .
seven seeks until hc becomes a sophoxorc.
IAVIH LILLmi is nom in the company of Uncle Sam. Fa is s
buck privatc in css army. Us is now stationed in Nsshinga
ton where hs may volunteer to go overseas if he gots too
tired of the United States.
IILIIAL-HWILLU UOSTLTLQQ is still helping his father on if
thc farm. Fe also takes cars of 5 milk route whsrs he
earns most of his Lousy. Hs says that he cocsn't like
farming su well. Vs is still interested in his hobby of'
taking pictures as evidenced when he visited the school. .
CLAYTOH Fi ills CMR, the husky farmsf'from Cursor Valley,
is helping his father on the farm. There is plenty of work zi'
for both of them as his father has 9 sawmill, two thrash-
ing machines, 5 corn shredder, etc., which affords them
work all year round.
Compiled by Doran Norrisbsrgsr
WA poor old Robin in a Irrch rsin,
Cold and becrsggled, was heard to comolwin :
WThis early bird stunt is not Business-like, '
when the sun and the morn are both on L strixs.H
To a T5 Qill
Crinkls, crinkls, little bill,
Goodness, gracious, you look ill 1
Ars you losing all your poser ?
You seem msakcr hour by hour.
uwow that prices are so high,
1'm so tires that I coolo dis.
I just circulate all day g
Ho ons dures put ms away.
When the evening board is sat
With thc fruit of futhsr's swcst,
ly still voicu is hushed rod Soill -
I sm in the outchsr's till.
And no matter mhsrc I go,
People disrcgurd ms so 5
I don'L scam to count for much
'mongst the profitcsrs :no such,U
Bill, take heart, yolr luck may change,
I'11 admit the timos arc strange.
?hough you're task, I love you still -
Crinkls, crinklc, little bill. -
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Sept.4 Another school year begen. Wewere glad to welcome
back two former members-Merlin Troyer and Mcry E. Miller
Sept.5+Ee acquainted ourselves with our teachersfwonder
who that "Elini Chu?-'r'lL9S
Sept.6sGot our books and organized clssses.
Sept.7- Hooray! No school. Tescherb Meeting.
Sept.lO Seniors and Freshmen tyke Intelligence Test.
Juniors pick out pleyNThe Deacon Elipsu
Lost Bell game to Sug.r Creek. Tough luck.
Rain.Nogqme.Lucky for Big Prerie.
Our h onorable Fresnman were initiated. They got
easy-so say the Juniors.
Picture shows.For once me get them first.
Sept.2l-Ee beat the psnts off Killbuck.
Sept.24 Sugar Creek finally got thier retch.1e beat 5-3
S ept.27- The Juniors got thier play books. Such lessons
Sept.28.fhe Seniors are ell missing. Lovell Hostetler had
hims elf vernisheu this
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Teachers decide students src not busy enough.
Nov, L 'D
,mm Larger lessons ern ossigned. Prince of Pence
',',5 books arrive. '
Nov. 7 - Contestants relax - contest held this cvaniog.
' 1 Keith Tiller winner. Congrstulftions, ' '
Nov, 9 - The Bugle goes on sslc. Prepared by the Frsshmsn. '
V Fins edition - lst's have more issues of the paper,
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Novg 12 v Legal Holiday - hoorfy - hooray.
Nov. 12 - Beginning of National sducvtion Week. '
Nova 14 - Rev. Jesse Short addresses the students today.
Novf,15-Q Sociology class visits the Apple Creek 3tfte'School
Novg 16 - We boat Killbuck. Varsity 322. Reserves lost,
Nov, 19 - Two lanky l9s5 Seniors gr cs the school with their
- presence - Luther Mast and Clayton Fsrshbcrgsr,
Nov, 20 - Sophomorss give talks. Prove interesting.
Wondsr'shst urs wrong with Dorothy Hsrshbergsr's
partner in indiana ?
Nov. 21 - Everybody rsstlsss for vocation.
Nov. 21 - 23 - Ver, Thanksgiving vscrtion.
N Nov. 56 - Miss Suzanne Killer visits
'V school. Remember, boys, she's
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xkfd. Nov, sl - Boys get Nslomn. :1SS n1LlCP
'.. says she doesn't lika boys-
, A they make faccs'st hor,
Eov, 28 - Sophomoros get contract york at lost,
Eov, 29 - Two Senior girls take trip to Hassilon, Hill
they corr back ?????? 1
Nov. 30 - Er. pillar is not in school.
Dec, l 4 Absence is on thc op-grads.
Dec. 3 - Kors stuocnts ill with the flu. Every Fupil
Tests :rs sdmlnistereo to the survivors,
Dec, 4 - School closed,
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Jen. 2 - Skulldrudgery 2: Back to school.
ffkizx Jan. 3 - Christmas exchange , Maybe
'f it's ,Just bit late, but we
O " H not .- , -
Qt! have Lo- shopping dffys till
Jen. 4 - 9 - Expectancy rules in school. Tomorrow big night.
' Big game - we 'lay Berlin. '
Jan. 10 - Berlinf there's something wrong, We shouldn't have
beet tncm tnat.far.' ell, anyway me beat them,
Jan. 11 - Not very etudious. Too excited from lest night'e .
' ' gemc.
Jan. le - Seventh grade boys go on strike. Seems they
donSt like to behave,
THEN NEVER- DKD STUDQ,
Jan. IQZXQ-17 - All er: earnestly at work. Exams soon.
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Jan. 21 Resume school with 1 bong, Secowd semeetczfbcgins.
New cou?ee-Economice- is introduced. h
Jan. 22 - Cece to school found out Herlin beet Nashville
on their home floor. We aren't saying anything
or getting ideas, but me boat Rcrlin.
Jan. 23 - All getting in condition. Tomorrow night we play
' Nashville. ' Z
Jang 24- Eashville is skinned. Guess wf beat them.
Jang 25 - Teachers' Meeting - get out of school at 2:30.
Jang 28 - Holmeoville beaten Hall to eticksn. '
Jan. E9 - Sugar Crock is canned. So fer good record,
Jan. 30 - Shreve wants honor of playing us,
Feb. 1 - Johhnny-cuts finper'playing with 'cdustriel sew.
Brace up Johnny, it cuts like butter. M
yeh. 4 - Lakeville defeated. That league trophy woulo
' better be good,
Feb. 5-6-7 Pep talks are given, and strength is reeorveo
for the week ond.
Feb. 8 - Beet Clark. 30th. consecutive league game. '
,Feb. ll - Berlin beaten. Kolmesville our drew ln tourna-
ment, Thomas feints in study hall. what a dey 2
6' J'iLf Feb. 12 - Gene Iaswcll entertains basketball
affrl, In N team at spaghetti supper. Good
XR Y 2 FNNEQ spaghetti, wasn't it.
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Feb. 13 - Junior class begins work on school popcvg Some
are not so prompt so mill not go to press immedi-
Feb. 14 - Valentine day, Girls had heart sisters all seek.
Frsshcmn receive vclcntincs from their unseen
classmate Russell Hacker.
Feb. 15 - Tournament 'tsrts, So also the hoarse voicss.
Feb. 18 - Best Rolmssvillc. Here ms come Nashville.
Feb. 19 - hr. Miller absent - illness in family,
Feb. 20 - 21 - Boys better rest your arms. That buckshot is
I H going to gst someone cxpslleo yet.
' Feb. 22- Wsshington's birthday. Thanks to
the sophomores who ga-.ve assembly
prograp, ws know more about him
' than ever.
Feb. 25 - Berling defeated. uvcryona hgnpy,
Feb. 26-27-28 - Anxiety fills school. Tournsmcnt drawings
epgmwl' orc announced. Declcmations arrive.
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Har. 1 - Lyle Dean gives us s sample of His Ulung powern
in the study hall. Mixtd chorus meets. We hope
Tuscarawas will be beaten this evening. '
Kar. 4. - Tusky nous it! Think about class tournament.
5 Frcshies bcsts Sophs. Juniors beat 'Hfsn.
Dossn't psy to be cocky.
Seniors beat Frsshmcn.
Juniors best Sophomorcs.
S - Community Instituto. Yr. Nsltcrs gives tolx and
ll - First cl ss tourney. Scniors beat Freshmen. '
Toogh luck, Frsshics, you'll have mort chances.
12- 13 - Squads get in tuna, I '
14 - Seniors win. Juniors will got it next Year. 2
15 - Last day of school for neck.
1gL'!gLAil Kar, 18 - far. 15 - Qirthday party for
.- ' Kuo Grand. ?crs you surprised ,
I 1 BL1qHf Kas ? f.E'I'C1?. is the :south for
f ' Freshman birthdays.
19 - Dsclsmations resounding in builcing. At least
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we are important enough to cncrgc ccmlcsion.
Aprg 1 '
- Dtclsmation conttst. Good vork,
- Teachers in good mood - check dey for they -
pert holioey for us - 2:30 dismissal.
Another brief holiday. '
- Boys start work on ball diamond. Keep it up.
'N45 lar. 26 - What's the matter, Fury hllcn
'-'f' Did you find out not all mice
- Our second trial nt the :very Pupil tests.
- Literary stuocnts go to Killhuck. Good results'
from J.C. Physical Education for the afternoon.
Only two teachers left. Tho nt Killbuck.
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Children must go over town :gain for lunch. Odd
wssn't it. Henri Keith won orntoricsl contest.
April 2 3- Day well spent. Juniors plan for banquet,
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w -oltb gp April Q - ur. Levengooo spears in.
i sfffpijrgo quditorium. Study hall is
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Apr. 5 - sell club organized. First term plays second.
Second term loses. '
Apr. 3 - Rainy Gay. Play b skctbnll in gymg
Apr. 9 - Flay Big Freirie. Good luck, gang.
Apr. lO'- Bcat 25 - 1 Hens chorus makes first appearance
' at community meeting. Freshmen show their fine
talent in UTen Percent Tommyn a one ect ploy.
- We were to have a ball game with Clark, but
they never showed up, '
Some of the boys also went snipe hunting.
Greet fun, isn't it boys ?
- Usual dey.
- Teachers' meeting at 2:30.
- Good Friday. Some boys thought it was good
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April 22 - Hlestern the ventriloquist was here. - No more
English this week on account of play practice.
April 23 - Ball game postponed with Sugar Creek. Rain.
if Spelling contest at Holmesville. e
April 24 - Ball game with Killbuck. W.C. wins - 12 - 8.
April 26 - Senior play HJohnny, Get your Girln. A great
success J Zaugg sisters furnish music.
April 29 - Ball game with Nashville. Sad stwrv - lO - ll
April 30 - Ball game with Sugar Creek.
Piney gives up pitching,
Sunny takes mound.
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5 ,j ,CQ May l - Why were the Seniors all
R ,' ',', Q37 absent ? Juniors decorate
iff I N for banquet. Fred decides
A to give himself a hair cut
in the drill press.
May 3 - Ball game at Killbuck - W.C. win - 7 - 5
May B - Junior Senior banquet. Some fine awards made
by Mr. Miller - remember boys. K
May 7 - Mother Daughter 'anquet. Good time I! Every mother
and daughter present,
May 8 - American Govennment class visits Massilon Mental
Hospital after trial at Phila. was postponed.
Very profitable trip,
May 9 The Home bc. girls of Walnut Creek and Berlin
have a friendly Uget-togetheru, 'N
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May 10 - Debate and cake walk at 4ffg50 DDRCA5'
school. Sponsored by the 5 !?k
fifth and sixth grade 47 t D
. room. ltwifgqlj
May 12 - Baccalaureate exercises. H s x'Svfj
May 16 - Examination Day. Whew J Such tests. p
May 17 - Seniors say good-bye. Commencement exercises.
Ney 20 - The final day. Report cards 321' H
We wish to thank the following people in business who helped
fmake this annual possible by their advertisements nd
The Farmer Hub
Fred P. Potschner
Sugar Creek Milling Company
Miller's Sohio Station
Walnut Creek Elevator
Harris Jewelry Store
Huffman Motor Sales
Badgers, Pyers, Miller
Holmes Radio and Electric
Bunker Hill Jtore
Commercail and Savings Bank
Trail Blacksmith Shop
Wooster Business College
Krieg Dry Cleaning
Sphlabach's Store p
Orie Cswa ld
Dewitt's Drug Store
Gulf Service Station
Paul O. Xaser
Hunter Funerrl Home
Snyder Sales and Service
Wurthman and Boyd
Bunker Hill Feeds and Crain Supply
Seese Shoe Store
Brenner's Department Store
Calhoun Machine Shop
Elliott Funeral Home
Noah N. Schlabach
Strome's Drug Store
Rottman's Drug Store
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