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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.
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Senior Class Pla
1FirstJ Glenn Amstutz, Mr. Metz, Paul Beaver, George Showalter, Allen Steele.
fsecondl Annabelle Winkler, Hugh Buchanan, Wayne Stoll, Margery Fetzer, Leora Gliem, Harold Fetzer, Earl
Hoisington, Dorothy Dulin.
1Thix-di Ruth Sykes, Bertha Bartholomay, Edythe Guthrie, Welcniiie Plough, Lucille Irvin, Virginia Stebbins.
Senior Class Play 'cWho Wouldn't Be Crazy"
"Who Wouldn't Be Crazy" was presented by the Senior Class of 1931 to crowded houses
on November 21 and 22. The play was a success due to the faithful coaching of Mr. Metz and
the splendid efforts of the play cast.
Inmate No. 1 ,.......,........,.....,,,.............,...,,. ....,i G eorge Showalter
Inmate No. 2 ...........,...,.......,...............,...... .,,.,.. E dythe Guthrie
Plurihus, General utility at Sanitarium ..i,.. ...... H ugh Buchanan
Pendie, Miss Mereditlfs colored maid ........ ,,,... D orothy Dulin
Miss Lavelle, Head Nurse at Sanitarium ..... ......, L ucille Irvin
Mr. Higgins, Superintendent ,...,.,., .....,....... ...,.,, A l len Steele
Mr. Marshall, of the Board of Directors ,...... .....,.. G lenn Amstutz
Jack, alias "Speedy," his son ........,.,........,. ....... E arl Hoisington
Lois Meredith, a visitor ..........,.......,.....,.... .......... L eora Gliem
Reggie Mortimer, an admirer of Lois ......, .......... H arold Fetzer
Beatrice, friend of Lois ......,........,......,.... .......... M argery Fetzer
Marjorie, friend of Lois .........,.......... .,..,.. A nnabelle Winkler
janet, friend of Lois .....,....,....,........ .Y ...,... Virginia Stebbins
Evelyn Winslow, a wealthy patient ..,...
Hardboiled McCai'ferty, a policeman ........ .,....,.,.. P aul Beaver
Edward Gordon, Evelyn's fiance .,.,............,.,. ...,. ....,.. W a yne Stoll
TIIVIE: june 1 and 2 of the present year.
PLACE: The Courtyard of the Cond Samaritan Srinitnrium, near New York City.
ACT I-Courtyard of the Good Samaritan Sanitairiuvn morning of June l.
ACT II--The same, The following morning.
ACT III- Thr same. Afternoon of the same day.
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