Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1909

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Page 14 A Handiul ofhCompliments. ----- V . " Say John, do you remember the Annual that the Class of 1908 published?" fl -,A , , 9 ' , ' Q' 1 Q Q Q " Yes, I believe I do. What did you think of those 'J ' 'comps' they handed us? " " Where was that? I don't remember----oh, yes, sure I do. Those opinions of theirs? DI " Yes, I wonder what stars they had been reading? " "They must have been dreaming instead of reading stars, especially on those editorials." " But don't you remember how we used te help them at their class meetings? I remember one in particular at Amstutz's where we helped them choose' their class pins and, well, I guess we helped ourselves to their pop corn and fudge, too." " Sure, and wasn't it kind of them? " "Oh, yes. Didn't they certainly spiel on us at their Junior entertainment in 1907? " " Yes, nearly ausgespieltf' " But how about that banquet that they gave the Glass of 1907? Wasn't it the limit?" U Blamed public, a 'bun shower' for those Seniors. But, didn't we show them a time at our banquet in 1908? " " Well, I guess! And didn't they look sick when we sprung their own dirge on 'em, but more surprised when we sang our jolly song? " "Sayl Didn't we decorate for 'em at their Baccal. service? " " You bet we did. But I still often wonder if they ever found those colors that we were accused of taking?" " Which? Oh, yes, I know now. Those 'yellow' ones that they tried to pawn off as Old Gold." " But I noticed they called it 'yellow' on their invita- tions, all right youl-" " Yes, but everything was 'blue' to them on Com- mencement night after they had seen those bogu programs of ours! I'l1 see if I 'can find-lherds one, read it." " Well, what do you think of that? I haven't seen one of those programs in years. You read it, Bo." " Well if that picture ain't a peachl I'll tell you Bo didn't we hit the nail on the head?" " Yes. But haven't we went some since we've been up there? Eh?" "Say that's quite a stunt." " Well, let's look it over together." . H . . . l,...1....i.. ...Big Pow:Wow... At the Methodist Church, Creston. Ohio, lunc 5, 1908, 7:30 p. m. - by SENIORS OF 1908. CLASS Morro: CLASS FLOWERS! NON COMPOS MENTIS- FORGET - ME - NOT - mot ln sound mind! with lemons. Honors-One 0. W. U. Scholarship. CAST OF CHARACTERS Funeral Two-step ...... Orchestra Presentation of Boquets to Class ..... Benedietlon ..... Rev. Wm. Wallace Oration-" My Specialties"-Ham-sandwiches 0'Ha.rie bAby Oratlon-' ' The Amblsh of the Class" lwantlngb Purly Sch. Lagle Oration-" Stargazing" .... Edy Gordant Music-Mex-ry,Wldow Waltz .... Orchestra O1-ation-" Heads U wln, Tails I've lost" . Clud Lead Us Or-ation-' ' The Class ln the Dark-Cwlthout a matchJ" . . . . . . . . . . Mar. Gerryz Anor Lyre Dultt-' ' Lost, yet T-r-a-v-eling" .... . . . . Misses F o. Metzette and Lalla Selblni Ancient His. and Dreams of the Future . Doty Trough. Mon Music-Starlchvondellv . . - . . Orchestra Oratlon-" The Birth Place of the Class- QO'er the hills in the punk fieldsJ" ..... Wah-os Led Us Oratlon-' 'Litte slow but Build for Yesterday" . . . . . . I . . . Jon. Huwawkd Irvine Class Calllngs ' H. B. Williams, Supt. City Schools, Sandusky,O. Music-Flying our colors ..... Orchestra Presentation of those longced-for parchments . . . Pres. Of School Plan . . . U. U. R. MacDarma.k Class Warble . . . . Class lor what is left of ltj 1908 Song-"Give Me back my 15c" .... Audience Invocation ..... Dr. Ole M. Showalter Music furnished by Mascheronldacostnyz Orchestra. Paris. France. " That will do for them, all right." "Yes and they surely had a good janitor that night, or -i-" " Yes, you bet your boots. But say, those Freshies are 0. K." " How's that, John?" " Why, they have adopted our Royal Purple as one of their colors." " Well, so much the better 3 we won't fight over that." " No, because we hope that the Purple will bring them as much success as we have had, Nittle." " Yes, and good times, too. -Jn: f , A WWW W VAVfAW

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W L is Page 13 A The Mystery oi Life. By Helen Cole. HERE is no one in the whole universe to whom life is not a mystery. It is the very opposite of revelation. Lifeisamystery because it is not revealed to us, but must take its own course as is destined for us. If everything had been disclosed, life would soon become monotonous, and there would be no enjoyment in the surprises it has in store for us. Is it not strange how the voice of conscience tells us the right from the wrong? Many a person could tell you of having changed their plans on account of the prompting of this small voice. It me Sk Sk lk There are no unexplored peaks to be climbed, or un- found literatures to be put into the modern, or new races to be discovered. All of the mysteries of the sphere have been solved up to this time, except that of reaching the poles. If they are ever reached, it seems as though there will be nothing new left for explorers. Some of the greatest mysteries of centuries ago are now most easily solved on account of the development of thein- tellect. U We might not be able to descend a steep mountain with- out having something before us to shut off our view from the deep -chasm below, but by not knowing where the next step may take us, we can do it without fear. So it is with our lives. If we knew what would happen next, we might not be able to face it, but as it is, we go on hoping that all will be well in the end. -x lk il- -R ll When we attempt to look into our future, it is as if try- ing to pierce the dense blackness of a dark night. lk if Ill lk wk Some cannot understand why they do not meet with the same degree of success as some other person, but it is plain to others that they do not put forth the same honest effort. Bishop Sherlock said that most men take the least no- tice of what is plain, as if' that was of no use, but puzzle their thoughts to be themselves in those vast depths and abysses, which no human understanding can fathom. If each one would endeavor to solve the sphere of small things unknown to him, he would become richer for it, while it would only be a waste of time with the larger questions. So let us try to solve the mysteries within our own grasp, although they may seem but trifling, yet they may lead to deeper ones. It is better to do small deeds well, than to try to perform great tasks and fail. Why Not Do something worth while? Think more and talk less? Keep your troubles to yourself? Lend s helping hand? At your own business? Open your eyes? Be a "booster"? Do something? Why not? Hurrah for Class '091 fzngrumme March . Orchestra Invocation Rev. C. D. Castle Music . . . Orchestra' Oration--The Mystery of Life . HELEN Conn Oration-" The Monroe Doctrine" . PAUL E. MATTESON Class Motto: " Impossible, Un-American " . . . RUBY M. ALLEN Music .. . . 4 Orchestra Oration-" Night Brings Out the Star ." HELEN E. TUTTLE Oration-Search-lights . . MILES H. BENJALUN Piano Solo-Valse Arabesque . HAZEL I. TU'r'rLE Oration-The Missing Link . EDGAR H. McDERMo'1'r Class Prophecy . g . EMMA TROUTMAN Class Charge: " What Shall the End Be" - . . . RALPH W. Jonmm Music . Orchestra Class Address . . Prof. J. H. Dickason Presentation of Diplomas . . W. R. McDermott, President Board of Education Benediction I . . Rev. Wm. Wallace ,Music by Young's Orchestra, Wooster, Ohio Baccalaureate service at Presbyterian Church, May 30th, Rev. C. D. Castle ofiiciating W'-



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Emma Troutman Page 15 w l Zlgiglz Sclpml ztrnllmenk Seniors- 1909 Official Organization Ralph W. Jordan, President Paul E. Matteson, Vice Pres. Ruby M. Allen, Secretary Helen Cole, Treasurer Hazel Tuttle Miles H. Benjamin Helen E. Tuttle Edgar H. McDermott Q Juniors- 1909 Official Organization Ray Steiner, President Clifton Houts, Vice Pres. Bertha Smith, Secretary Earl Bechtell, Treasurer Scott J ohnson Earl Steiner Timothy F. Simmons William Wilkinson Oscar Fetzer Sophomores- 1909 Official Organization Carl M. Jordan, President Frank A. Troutman, Vice Pres. Gladys Stuckey, Secretary Susie Cole, Ass't. Secretary Paul Heichel, Treasurer Eloise Jordan Ada Williams Ivan Elliott Roy Burkholder, Melvin Smith Leafie Keeney Margaret Wells Ray Burkholder Daisy Tuttle Charles Schlegel Fred L. Aby Mary Zehner 5 Freshmen- 1909 Official Organization Harley Coffey, President Merle Tuttle, Vice President ' Helen Sulliger, Sec. and Treas. Dudley Zuver Eva Nye Norris Overly Harry Laremore Howard Knepp Lake Johnson Neal Schlegel Karl Wells Adrian Baum Ray Kelsey ClarenceWhonsetler Jennie Coulter Nettie Notestine Gladys Harris 4 1 5 1 W 1 4 1 ..J

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