Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1931

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l...-.,s KW? AUSQEFEIHHAL The Stor Inmate No. 1 and Inmate No. 2 are two interesting characters. When they Hrst appear alone on the stage they act very normal but at the instant that some one else appears their actions are altogether different, they become crazy in talk and actions which causes many laughs. Pendie and Pluribus are thc two negroes of the play. Pendie doesn't like the sanitarium al' though Pluribus assures her that they are like a bunch of children playing make believe. Pluribus has quite a time trying to watch the two inmates because they seem to like the rear gate of the courtyard too well to suit him. Miss Lavelle. head nurse at the Good Samaritan Sanitarium, is quite a competent nurse. Everything is kept in best order by her. She worries a great deal about the expensive jewels that are worn by one of their wealthy patients, Evelyn Winslow, who is not able to do without them. Evelyn is there for the reason that her lover left her. She was greatly disappointed in him and worried so much that it affected her mind. Her lover was said to be dead but she didn't believe it and was always expecting him to return to her. Mr. Higgins, superintendent of the sanitarium, proves to be a very good superintendent. He also is worried because mention has been made in the papers concerning the Winslow jewels that are at the sanitarium and he fears some jewel thief will read it. Mr. Marshall, president of the Board of Directors, is a rich elderly man who is engaged in finding some way to stop his son from living such a fast, reckless life. Jack. or "Speedy", Marshall as he is nicknamed, comes to a full stop when he is mistaken for a new patient and is taken to the sanitarium. No one believes him when he says he is Mr. Marshall's son. His father, thinking this a good place for him, disowns him, so Jack is elected to stay in the sanitarium for six months. Jack thinks the sanitarium is a rather bad place for him to be in but changes his mind when he sees Lois Meredith at the sanitarium. Lois Meredith, a very rich girl from a nearfby city, comes to the sanitarium often. She donates her services to the entertainment of the patients by giving little plays about every month. One of the amusing actors of these little plays is Reggie Mortimer. He is a very wealthy young man and an admirer of Lois. He gets in a mixup all because of some plotting by "Speedy" Marshall. Many laughs are caused by the acting of Beatrice, Marjorie and janet. These girls are friends of Lois and are also a cause of making "Speedy" like the Sanitarium. Evelyn Winslow, a wealthy patient of the sanitarium, is a pitiful sight as she appears wear- ing so many jewels and having a dazed look on her face Evelyn, when she sees "Speedy," thinks he is her returned lover, Edward Gordon. Speedy makes her very happy when he tells her that he is not Edward but will send for him as he knows where he is. Hardboiled McCafferty, a policeman, comes to the sanitarium looking for "Speedy" Mar- shall who he had been told was on the ground. The talk between Pluribus and McCaiferty causes a great deal of laughter. McCafferty does not know "Speedy" so knows no diiferent when "Speedy" himself tells McCafferty that Reggie Mortimer is "Speedy." There is a great amount of trouble caused when McCaiferty arrests Reggie for "Speedy," Edward Gordon, Evelyn's iiance, arrives in "Speedy" Marsl1all's airplane which had been sent for him. When Evelyn sees him she becomes herself again and all is well between Evelyn and Edward. Lois then takes the Winslow jewels from Evelyn and puts them on to wear in the play that afternoon. She is kidnapped soon after this. Jack goes' to her rescue accompanied by McCafferty who assists in bringing Lois back. McCafferty gets the jewel thieves, who are none other than Inmate No. 1 and Inmate No. 2. "Speedy" finally gets the girl whom he had followed over half the world and ended up by finding her in the Good Samaritan Sanitarium, Lois Meredith. fPage Fiftyfthreeil

Page 54 text: I EW? AQEWMA Senior Class Pla jnrzxamuuqn 1 ,H 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. THE 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 ....,...NVelcome Plough 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. SYNOPSIS 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. l'Page Fiftvftnml

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suounag- 3 A . 'ug jams'-I--T L-my is IME ALIQWEKLQA JN J Junior l la iast iFirstJ Elmer Johnson, Austin Ebie, Mildred Snyder, Milton Metz, Russell Rhoads. tSecondJ Otis Smith, Kathryn Benjamin, Miss Alsdorf, Eleanor Giffen, Lois Miller. fseatedl Harold Beal, Freeda Edington, Lillian Kirschner, Chlora Clapp, Everett Miracle. "Two Brides" was presented hy the Junior Class of Creston High School on March 6 and 7, 1931. PLAY CAST Mrs, Denman, l3illy's housekeeper ..........,. ..... Clarice Mayne, the French maid ............,,........,........ .lvlildred Snyder ....,Chlora Clapp Billy Wilcox, newly married congressmann ..,...... ...... E verett Miracle Liza Lou Wilcox, his bride, a wild flower of Va., Pete, Billy's faithful colored servant ..,........,,,,.v,.,... . Fred Norworth, Billy's friend .........................,.,......... Lillian Kirschner ..,Elmer Iohnson ...Russell Rhoads Elmer Peeting, Liza Lou's country cousin ...................... Milton Metz Lady Juliet tanton, B1lly's sister .....................,.......... Freeda Edington Lord James Osmond Stanton, her newly acquired husband Harold Beal Louden, a detective ......,...,.....,.,........ ,......,... Austin Ebie Nibby, Liza Lou's colored maid ....... ..,..,. E leanor Gillen Louderfs Assistant .......,...........,.,............,r,..,....,.,.....,.......... Otis Smith Time-Any summer. Place-Congressman Vv'ilcox's summer home near Vs7ashington, DC. SYNOPSIS OF PLAY Act I---Living room of Congressman Vv'ilcox's summer home near Waslmiiigtoii, DC, lt is n Hue morning early in Iune. Act ll-ffsame as in Act l. A few minutes later. During the act the curtain is lowered for :L few minutes to indicate the lapse of an hour. Act Ill---Same as in previous nets. Three months later. fljage Fiftyffoiwil

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