Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1923

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:P Z E 5 E G v-4 P 5 Z 1 E 2 In behalf of the Junior Class the members of the Annual Board E 2 wish to thank the business men of Creston for their co-operation ih E all the affairs of the school. E E Every season the success of the Football Team is due as largely i Li to the interest and the support given by the business men as to the f' N boosting done by the high school folks themselves. The silver football I E offered by Roper Brothers is one that any high school would be am- 2 E bitious to possess. 2 E Last spring, through the efforts of the Chamber of Commerce, a 2 successful Class Track Meet was held. Here again the spirit' of the 2 I men was shown by the financial support rendered and by the trophies ll 2 which were awarded to successful contestants. Dr. Swanson, Eller E Q Metzer, and Fred McIntosh, presented Loving Cups. The Syndicate ll Clothing Company gave a traveling bag, and every business man in II' E town did his part to- make the meet the success, that. it proved to be. 2 E In every other line we have found Creston's business men ready E W to co-operate with us. Not the least worthy of mention is the splen- 3 3 did way, in which they responded to the request for advertising mater- Q E ial for the Crest. Without their contribution C. H. S. could not have 2 2 an Annual. ' H The Annual Board also wish to extend their thanks and apprecia- E 3 tion to the members of the C. H. S. faculty who have generously and ll E patiently co-operated with us and helped make it possible to present E an the 1923 Crest. ' ' ' 'V E S ANNUAL BOARD. E N 3 E 64460440 I WZKZHZHZHZI'-f i 52: 5 gs' :J UIC? SE E be :-6 r IZ 3 0 3 me Q gs p... as 2 2 get 4+ Q., U ggi if 9-7 m CD z EQ 5 '4 ... HSNZHIHIHIH Don't frown and say, "Oh! Gee, ZHZHZIQZ Llm ISO M.. ef!-In ,I-,Fh 52 U9 D.: 1: 3? Q2 4m Q. Q n o Q5. :ff P H o c Q :- 'C c' .9 IHIHIHI For nothing here is personal It's all done just for fun ' Don't say, "My name is not spelled right, IIZHZH U E o 5 Q: 'T 'E. rn 9, E 5 5 rn 5-1 W .... 2 H'a 'o 5, H- 5 'Fi 2 3 m no '.. Q. - m 5. 5 I' m W, Hill!!! And that may be the case. IIII H is Q-"5 52 SET OO 5:- 023. 5 G gm ei' 'cs ia :s wen -45 S CD 'si NIH! We've labored o'er this annual Both earnestly and long. So please laugh long and heartily At all the jokes, you see. Say, "There was ne'er an annual IIIQIHIN ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I Il rn Z O H we 3 o ll o 2 D- ll I 3 L9 . I0 II 9' I H I ll I ll I ll I ll I H I , ll I ll I ll I H I ll 5 ll I ll I ll I IHIHIHIH

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IIIIIHIIBIISIIBIWIIGIWIDGIISININ MIMINININIHINIIIIHIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIINIDIIIIIII FORM YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS J unior's Diary. N S E Sept. 4. We all gathered in the back seat and gave the Freshies E S orders to sit in the front seats, passing over the platform as they did Q E so. Gracious! What a funny sight, tall, slim, fat, short, bobbed hair- Q 2 ed, pigtails, ankle length dresses, boys' shirt tails out, one sock. up 51 2 and one down-all scared to death. Of course we couldn't help E E laughing and! clapping. Ha! Ha! 5 E The Hon. H. Stephens gave one tap and Oh! The Silence. E DI The new faculty then passed in and we then and there saw our doom. 3 E They also gave a speech fsome speech, I'l1 say! consisted of "Good Q E morning new pupils. I know we're going to like each other. fboshj E I guess that's all I have to say"J E E But Oh, I fell for one of them A Man! ! Really I believe we are go- as 3 ing to like each other-at least I like him already-"No Kiddin!" He 5 Q has dark hair, blue eyes, wears rubber-tired glasses, and say he sure S E knows how to laugh too. E 2 Well Mike Burt and Willard Robbins gave a most beautiful selection 2: gg entitled "Good Morning Dear Teacher" expressing my feelings exact- 2 E ly. They served us Ice Cream Cones. g E Sept. 8-Gosh all hemlock I was late this morning! That rube 3 E of Gilbert kept me riding around in that new Chummy Overland so pg 3 long I was late. Felt like a dunce prancing into Class room-and S E then I had to sit by G. Kilburn and Harry Yant. The Lo-rd deliver E me from such a calamity again. pg HI HI Sept. 9.-I like Public Speaking only it is terr.ble how Miss Me- pq Ghee makes us stretch and twist our mouths. Why I don't recognize lg Q my former small mouth. It's grown fully five inches in length. S E Sept. 10.-I got a wonderful surprise today. Vince Bradley in- E :I formed me that my nice man's name was "Fleck" Oh! Hcw I adorc E 2 the name of "Fleck." H 2 Sept. 11.-Got bawled out in typewritfng today! Well gosh I 3 H couldn't 'help it. Neither could Stanley. Two of my keys stuck and 3 3 N E I didn't know how to get them up and Stanley did his darndest to Z! N 'show me but I was so blind and dumb I couldn't see, when Fry kindly S E informed Stanley and I that my machine and his were just alike and 2 5 further conversation wouldn't be needed! wow-wow-wow-wasn't Eg 3 he cute? , N 5 Sept. 12.-Ray came down and took me to the show. Cora was E up for a while alter school. Q Sept. 13.-Had oodles of fun in American Lit today-so did Miss E E McGhee. She had a joke on herself and wouldn't tell. Now that's not E N fair is it? I was determined to find out what it was so I laughed 3 E just as hard as she did and she kept me in after class. and asked me g if I know what the joke on her was and I said Yes fWell, I had to. as li 32 :1 Q. o 1: ff FD 4 cn 5 .... Pb F-1 Q. .... D- I: 0 V CY :r fb :S M :- 0 ID E. Q. S an U7 :L UF ff' :- no CY E' :s :x '4 U-1 UQ o CY' 5 '4 I E dress on backwards and just discovered it." Har! Har! Har! S Oct. 10.-Big Weinie roast. Hot Dog! Had large 'truck to take 2 W the bunch, Selby and Sash chaperoned, sure a wonderful time. Agnes ll 3 H N Treanor scared me stiff, thot she was going to fall on me, and if she 3 E had of, good nite-shirt! 2 E Campfire Meeting tonight a.t Utters. 2 II ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I ll I Il I II Z Il Z ll I ll I H I H I H I H Z H I H 2 H 2 N Z ll 2 H I H E ll 2 H Z H I ll I IIIII

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