Walnut Creek High School - Anvil Yearbook (Walnut Creek, OH)

 - Class of 1946

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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 ere sometimes 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. The scgpol is very well disciplined and ranks high in schfoastic ability, es tell es ethletically , which Q of first importance to make the student enjoy school. 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 ' Creek Township. 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 school. , The has The the We of to slogan of this ycsr's school , which Fr. Filler repeatedly given us , is : We will strive to bring into all our school work - Faith ,- Understanding Tru th Tolerance 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 our school. - The Juniors



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TFL ATVII STAFF The Juniors composed the Anvil staff, Hers we are 3' Lowell Hostetler Lucille Flinner liary Ellen liller lErwaFwm Corvlc ?ershberger hugene riller Robert Cerner Doran Forrisberger Fred Schrock Keith killer 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, Lucille sssistcc. 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 ycsrbook. A Liberty Studio was rcsponsibls for the pictures and t thc Printogrsph Company for the annual picture P32CS.

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