Walnut Creek High School - Anvil Yearbook (Walnut Creek, OH)
- Class of 1946
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Page 101 text: “
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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