Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1931

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Junior Class Histor Stand back. folks! This is the Junior Class taking off for the last lap of our flight. Wr-rfr. After eleven years of tailspinning, whirling, dipping, and diving, and parachute jumping we are on our home stretch. VVhen we took off we had thirtyffour in our plane, and with some jumping off in para' chutes and some coming up in balloons we now have twentyfthree. We landed at Fulton's to initiate the Ereshies and then flew to Leaman's for a return party. In our aeroacrobatics we were represented by Everett Miracle, Harold Beal, Howard Fulton, Donald Stutzman, Robert Myers, Elmer Johnson, Russell Rhoads, and Milton Metz. Chlora Clapp, alone, represented the girls. In our precarious journey we undertook the editing of the "Monday Bluz," and as usual we think it was a great success. Besides the friction of a higher altitude and the sputter of the engine we were favored with orchestral music consisting of Lois Miller, Howard Fulton, Robert Myers, and George Hoffman. Vv'hile flying around in the celestial heavens we presented a play entitled, "The Two Brides," to the admiration of the Gods and Goddesses. Eleven of our star actors and actresses produced it. The admittance to this was two tailspins. With the help of our pilot, Mrs. Mcllvaine, and our subpilots, we made it a success. Whileiiiflyinggiround in the atmosphere of time, with old Jupiter looking on favorably, We gained consent from his high,-majesty to sport Old Rose and Silver class sweaters, the beautiful colors of the universe, for the brilliant group of aviators and aviatrixes, to the envy of our fellow comrades, some advanced and others far behind. S In the course of human events, on our nonfstop flight, through the clouds of Education, it behooved us to give the higher classmen a banquet in the cabin of our plane. And so in the continuation of our flight through life and education we hope to make more successful dips and tailspins and reach more breathtaking goals, THE PART EACH PERSON PLAYED DURING THIS FLIGHT Propellor .....,,........................,.. Mrs. Mcllvalne Cylinder ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, Elmer Johnson joy Stick ....... ........ E verett Miracle Windshield ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, F feeda Edjngton Gas Tank ..........., ,...... K athryn Benjamin Rocker Arms ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,. D Onald Stutzman Throttle .................. .............. L ois Miller Landing Lights ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, R ussell Rhoads Connecting Rod ........ ........ C hlora Clapp Rudder ,,,.,,,..,,,,,, ,-,,,,-, A ustin Ebie Wheels ................. ............. M ilton Metz Safety Belt ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-, H Oward Fulton Tail Skid .......... ..Glenn Hartzler Valves ......,.,,,, ,,,,,,, A rlene Carbaugh Spark Plugs ...... Vv'in gs ............ Piston ............... Exhaust Pipe ....... Crankshaft ....... Alice Bombarger .Mildred Snyder ...............Bob Myers Lillian Kirschner George Huffman Wheel Boots .... Camshaft ......,.. Tires ............,., Crank Case ........ jfPage Tlzirtyfthreej .........Ethel Fetzer .........Harold Beal ....Eleanor Giffen ...........Otis Smith lot: :nuns

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tourney- gg Y , . f 5 yll':""' Qu,-,ga 'IME Aagugiftllkb onda Blues This is the seventh year for the publication of the "Monday Blues." It was first published by the Senior Class of '25, who prepared the paper by hand and then it was read aloud to the students of C. H. S. After the second issue a mimeograph was purchased and then each person received a copy. The responsibility was then given over to the Juniors, and they appointed a staffrand took sub' scriptions. there were sixty subscribers this term. A large part of the success of this publication was due to the efforts of Miss Mabel Long, who kindly volunteered to do their typing. The next year there was an increase in subscriptions, also the Junior Class published ten more issues than were published the first year. The following year the subscription list numbered cightyffive. The first issue appeared on Nov. Sth. The next year, '28, the first issue appeared on Oct. 10. The price of the paper that year was Efty cents a year or five cents a copy. Seventeen issues were published with a subscription list of eighty'nine. In '29 there were two new records with a subscription list of ninetyfnve, and issues num' bering eighteen. Last year the first issue came out October 7 and the paper had improved very much, having over a hundred subscriptions. Our Hrst issue came out October 13 but the Seniors put one out two weeks before this and the new staff worked with them and learned how it was done. We put out two issues and then we got a new mimeograph, It was much different from the old one and it made the work much easier. The staff was very well pleased with it. You can make different colored pictures by using different colors of ink. We changed paper this year, the material and size. The new size was standard and the material much better. The old mimeograph was much more difficult to work with and I am glad we got the new one for when we had the old one I thought this was going to be a tough year. With the new Rotary Duplicator, as it is called, you can put the Monday Blues out much quicker and you can have a much better paper using it. There is no ink used with it making it much cleaner. First the master copy is typed, then placed on the gelatin roll. It is left here for two min' utes, while there the ink sinks into the gelatin, leaving an imprint, then you remove the master copy and run the paper through and you have your printed paper. You can run about two hundred and fifty sheets through before putting on another gelatin roll. These rolls can be used for about six months, and when you use one of them you just let it set for a day or so and then you can use it again. The staff worked together very well and I am sure that this staff improved the Monday Blues very much. We had good reason to have improved it as we had better material to work with than the other staffs. When you get a new machine you have to do lots of experimenting before you get used to it and before you can find out what the machine is capable of doing. That is just what we had to do with our new Duplicator, and the staffs that are to follow should profit by our ex- periment. Chlora Clapp, our Art Editor, was also our typist. She had plenty of work to do when the time came to publish our "Monday Blues." Elmer Johnson was another busy person. In publishing this paper there was plenty for him to do as Sport Editor, writing up about baseball. basketball and other articles well known in the sports world. I must not forget to mention the assistant editor who was a great help to the editor. If I had the space I would tell you of the other members of the staff but I will mention them all in one. They always had their material in on time and we worked together fine. -THE EDITOR. lfPage Tlzirtyffivel me-nn: ! I. Lulu Qld vi

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