Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1931

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has-as L , hi . ,IWEAUQQEMA W jf Q Freshman Cla ss 1Firs0 Charles Showalter, Margaret Eclcer, Charles Woodward, Irene Peake, Christopher Cameron. fsecondl Miss Studer, Paul Slater, Charles Arnold, Harry Zimmerman, James Patterson, Grant Ditch Russell Schmollmger, Harry Keltz. Vfhlrdl Relda Scholl, Thelma Lehman, Lorna Nlumaw, Sylvia Ramsier, Edna Gliem, Kathryn Iawton Lucille Johnson, Isabelle Buchanan, Marjorie Wrigl1t Florence Krause. fFourthJ Eileen Fetzer, Glenn Sonnedecker, Virginia Snyder, Wayne Orr, Raymond Sclllegel, Homer Muller Betty Myers Virgil Bowman, Leonard Showalter, Lavonne Benjamin. fAbsentJ Russell Showalter, Durant Lehman. President ..,...... Viccfljresiclclxt ...,.. ,,.... Treasurer .,l,,. Secretary ....,,,, Class Advisor ..,,,,, , .... Homer Miller Raymond Sclulcgcl ,.,,,,XVz1ync Orr .....l3etty Nlyers ...snlwliss Studcr

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.Bassuk 3 U 'aavm , 4 'S guna" 'THE ANNUAL t...-.9 if F e eww -.-.- Sophomore Class History Last year we entered C. H. S. as Freshmen with a total of fortyfsix members. We struggled through the voyage and ended the year successfully and were ready to enter the Sophomore class and start on a new trip. As we entered the Sophomore year we decided that while advancing along in classes, we ' should also advance with the modern age, so we chose to go on our new journey by plane. This year we started with fortyfseven members, exceeding the number of the preceding year. In the first week of travel, the Seniors gave us a party at Shaw's woods. The following week we gave them a return party at Hawks' woods. Both parties ended successfully, everyone having a good time. As the days went by school began to be more organized and we had to get down to work. Our next move was to elect class officers. Carl Pinkley was elected President of our class and laterdon showed his ability asia leader. Miss Alsdorf was chosen class advisor and piloted us successfully through the voyage. A theatrefparty was arranged for the night of February 7th. All enjoyed la good time. After the.-show we returned to the St. Clair Hotel where a fine twofcourse lunch was served. One- of our members, Melbourne Ecker, was chosen a debater. As the year draws to a close we are eagerly looking forward to next year's voyage which we hope will be even more enjoyable than the two preceding. i Sophomore Tunes Carl Pinkleyv--NVilma Jeffers .................,.........,. .... T he Boy XVho Stutters and the Girl Who Lisps Trulah Shriner ........ ......... ..,.... ............................. Y o u 're Driving Me Crazy e Edward Kirschner... ............. .. ...... The Ladies They All Like Me Melzena Beichler ..........,................ ..................................... C urly Head Etolah Reese--Howard Rugh ...... ............... M e and My Shadow Helen Lee ....,..................,........... ..... .,....... ............ T h a t Little Boy of Mine Robert Schlegel ............,............ ................ ............................................. H e artaches Mary Stebbins ,,,..,.....,..,...,...,,........ ........ T he Little Old Ford Rambles Right Along Frances Gantz---George Smith .......,. ,.............. N Vould You Like to Take a Walk? Nellie Carter .................................. ....... K ickecl on the Head by a Butterfly Thomas Morrow .....................,...... ........................................ I ust a Gigolo Agnes Bowman ....,............................... ............................................ P eggy O'Neil Anna Jane Francis-Ellsworth Fetzer .... ...... I f l Had a Talking Picture of You Evelyn Wright .................................. ............. M e and the Boy Next Door jay Smith .,........................ .......... ............................................................... B l ue Again Pauline Knecht ..................... .................................................................................. B etty Co-ed Ellis MetzgWandat Jeffers ..... ......... L lnderncath the Falling Leaves l Fell in Love With You Dorothy Landes ...,...,.,.,....... ..,............................. l Wonder How I Look When l'm Asleep Mervin McDonald ........ Miriam Aukerman ......... Clyde Knecht ............. Martha Snell .............. Gwen Schmollinger ....... Mary Vanzile .......... Alice Carpenter ...... Melbourne Ecker ........ High Silk Hat and a Gold Top Walking Cane My Weakness Now .Corning 'Round the Mountain .........................Sweet Jenny Lee ................The Old Oaken Bucket Song Girl .........Carry Me Back to Old Virginia Comes the Sun fPage Thirty-xevenj L......-.l



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Q: nsqgunnn 1113" aaa asses! jf Freshman Class Histor On September fifth, our Blue and Silver Submarine "The Freshman," was thoroughly inf spected by the faculty and upper classmen of C. H. S. On September sixth, we launched out into the vast, deep and treacherous sea of Education with our inexperienced crew of '33 enthusiasts. Captain Homer Miller, assisted by lst Lieutenant Wayne Orr and 2nd Lieutenant Betty Myers, ably piloted the ambitious crew into the network of hard lessons, stern discipline, and examinations. However, the inhabitants of Junior Island greeted us so friendly and entertained us so royally that we forgot all the unpleasant tasks and lived only in the present for several happy and care'free hours. Of course we had to repay the Juniors for their kindness, so the very next week we made another stop and furnished them with some pleasure. While voyaging around. one member of the crew, Vivian Stout, had the misfortune of going overboard and was rescued by the Vvlooster High submarine. Not long afterward, the Crrville submarine gave us a new member, Durant Lehman. Soon Charles Showalter grew im' patient and left us. Each member of the crew worked faithfully and diligently for the first six weeks. At once the cry arose, almost unanimously, "Keep us away from those rocks, Miss Studer!" Interest, pep, and enthusiasm were again aroused when the call came that time would be given those who completed their daily tasks for recreation, which of course meant Basketball. Harry Zimmerman and Charles Arnold were right there and made a favorable showing. Mar' garet Ecker and Irene Peake proved that women were no longer considered the weaker sex and they put forth the best they had. It was good, in spite of the hard competition that con- fronted them. Concerning our entertainment, James Patterson, Raymond Schlegel, Homer Miller, Glenn Sonnedecker, and Margaret Ecker came to our rescue with their cornets, violins, saxophones, etc. As we were descending and nearing the isle of midfyf-ar exams, we were aware of the fact that something was wrong and by all general appearances it looked, for a time, that it would prove disastrous. However, after the siege of three long days, only a few members of the crew were seriously injured. But by cofoperation and individual determination, we all hope to recuperate and survive our first trip of nine months, into those treacherous, yet inspirational, "Seas of Education." Next year we hope that our trip to the Sophomore Isle will be a more pleasant trip, with no casualties and practically all smooth sailing. fPagc Thirtyfnineil

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