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26-Paul can't sit up straight in Agriculture class. He got bumped.
27, 28-Poor turkeys. No school. The kids can hunt bunnies all they want to.
28-+Seniors have a ish fry at Buchanan's. Many fish were present.
1-The English room begins to change its color.
2-Every pupil's test is given.
3-Chapel--Rev. Adams. Build your life well.
5-First Basketball game of season. Congress plays us here. Of course we won. Gym starts.
6--Basketball game with Seville at Seville. We can always depend on our girls to win.
9-Chapel-Rev. Stockham. '
12-Vv7e journeyed to Doylestown. The girls win but the boys lose.
13-Seville basketball team comes here and our girls take the cake again.
l6sDeclamation. Earl Hoisington wins second place in the county.
17-Third number of Lyceum course.
18-Parent'Teachers meeting. Sale of Christmas seals close.
19hThird book report due. X'
20-Basketball game with Chester. Creston carries away the bacon.
24-Last day of school before the holidays.
25 to jan. 7-Christmas vacation. Santa Claus comes to see us. Some get sick over Christmas'
and New Year's dinners.
9--Basketball game with Smithville. Creston cops the prize.
10--Our boys play Rittman but the ship leaves us.
12, 13. 14"-Mid'year exams. Whew! And were they hard UQ
l5fP. T. A. meeting. The play "Whittlin' " was given by the Canaan Grange Dramatic Club.
16--Basketball game with West Salem. We win both games.
17-Chapel-Rev. Stockham. Temperance program given by the school.
21-Mr. Diar gives a lecture on foreign countries. With the aid of Miss Alsdorf, Welcome
Plough, Ed Kirschner, and Donald Sykes, he showed the wedding ceremonies of the Arabs
and Turks. He told us something about Miss Alsdorf, too.
23aMr. Himes says Paul will go home barefooted if he doesn't quit operating on his shoes.
27-Chapel-Rev. Adams. Oratorical tryfouts. Earl is chosen orator and George is alternate.
30-Senior party at home of Virginia Stebbins. Mr. Metz thinks the girls should do the prof
posing. As bashful as Glenn is Qlllj he insists that the boys should do the proposing and
he wins the debate. '
31--Another B. B. game with Chester and we win both games.
6-HBig game here. Burbank boys against our boys and Marshallville girls against our girls. Our
girls win as usual.
11-Mr. Metz says "he don't." Such grammar for an English teacher!
13kOne of the best games of the season was played Friday the 13th with Sterling and our girls
WON. The boys lost but played a fine game to the finish.
17-Chapel-Rev. Stockham. Oratorical contest was held at Mt. Eaton. Earl Hoisington won
18-Teachers are grilling us the rest of the week. Will they ever quit? Thelma Lehman gets
hurt in gym.
19-P. T. A. meeting. The faculty is giving the program and some of the teachers are going
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1930 and '31 Calendar
3fTeachers assign our first lessons.
5'-Seniors and Sophomores have weiner roast at Shaw's woods. juniors and Freshmen roast
weiners at Fulton's woods.
S-Jfeachers reseat us as usual.
9-First chapel. Rev. Stout tells us to get busy and do better work. Same rules as before-
and then some more.
l2fSophomores give Seniors a party at Hawk's woods.
Freshmen return the Iuniors' party at Leaman's woods.
16gChapel'- Rev. Stockham appears the first time in chapel.
22-Ellen goes to the hospital. Vsfe all hope she recovers soon.
24-Baseball game here with Burbank.
2980-Seniors act as grade teachers.
29W-Last issue of Monday Blues published by the old statl.
30---Chapel--Rev. Stockham. Let all things be done decently and in order. French Club has
its first party.
-Everyone goes to the Fair. Both High School and Grades cop the Hrst prize in their exhibits.
2--A-Baseball game with Burbank at Burbank.
7---State Test for Seniors.
flO- lst six weeks tests.
13--First issue of Monday Blues by the new stall.
15--High School gets its grade cards. What looks on their faces. Seniors order their sweaters.
18-First number of Lyceum course.
20-Mr. Ieandrevin gives out the basketball suits.
21--Chapel-Conducted by our new minister, Mr. Adams. XVe all enjoyed him very much.
First boys' basketball practice.
22--First girls' basketball practice.
23fOur first book report is due.
30-High School has its usual Halloween partyg remember the old maid with the cat in the cage.
French Il initiates the French I students.
31-eHurrah! No school. The teachers all go to Cleveland.
-Parts in the Senior class play are given out.
7-Not so much school for us seniors. Play practice.
10-First copy of Monday Blues put out on the new mimeograph.
11-Chapel-Rev. Stockham. We have tryfouts for Declamation. Earl is selected declaimer and
Lillian is alternate.
13-The High School gets shot and it's not the Hrst day of hunting season either.
14-The Seniors go to Wooster and look at the birdie. Second number of Lyceum course.
18-Seniors get proofs of their pictures. What sour SENIORS!
19--Second book report due.
20-The High School orders its jewelry. P. T. A. meeting.
21122-"Who Wouldn't Be Crazy?" Senior class play. Good audiences.
25, 26-Second six weeks' tests.
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20-Debate tryfouts. Lyceum course.
21--First basketball tournament. Our girls come out on top.
27-The debate team and the Juniors in class play get their pictures taken.
6, 7-juniors give their class play, "The Two Brides." Was it a success? Well, we all know that.
11fDebaters go to Wooster to get more material. ' l '
17-Chapel-Rev. Stockham. Everybody shows their Irish.
19-P. T. A. meeting.
20-Debate. Our negative team meets Applecreek and cops the full three decision. Our aff
iirmative team goes to Smithville and gets one point. Sixth book report due. '
21--Chapel-Rev. Adams. NVe should keep our minds and bodies clean and have high ideals.
Vv'e should try our best to attain them. Rev. Blackwell sings for us.
27---Second round of Debate. Earl asks Ellen if she can get along without him. Negative team
wins unanimously from Doylestown and the affirmative unanimously from Chester.
28--Vv'elcome takes the State Scholarship Tests. Her paper will be among those sent to Co'
lumbus to be compared with other papers in the state.
314Third round of debate.
1--Annual goes to the press.
145Chapel-fRev. Stockham. First baseball game of season. We meet Doylestown at Doylestown.
16--P. T. A. meeting. '
17-fBurbank comes here to play our boys. Chapel--Rev. Adams. County Musicale. Seventh
21-Chapel--Rev.. Stockham. We play Sterling at Sterling.
24--Doylestown's baseball team meets us here. County spelling contest.
28-A-Chapel--Rev. Adams. Sterling comes to Creston with her team.
2-Sectional baseball tournament. We play Rittman.
5-ChapelfRev. Stockham. Our team journeys to Burbank.
6, 7, 8---The teachers quiz us Seniors, for the last time in C. H. S.
8-'Eighth book report due.
9-County baseball tournament.
11. 12, ISAFINAL EXAMS.
13- -Eighth Grade Commencement.
144High School Commencement.
li'---fC. H. S. PICNIC.
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