Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1932

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I li F 0 r e W 0 r d :IW CZQ9e the cgnnual Q-Staff of 1932 in presenting this hoole to Greston High School hope that each in- Y ig? ciividual will jqnd it a N . fuerztahle memory-hook full of school activities, 1 . 1 friends and fun. , ' X N Q I N 5 l'Y'u- 1' ,I ts'-X .5 ,xv xxx 7 5 a f -, -1' x J 'dsx 1 E W f' "S--'-sg 2 f ,, , 55595: S """' Eg, 'wa' -wa" -QM," 1 ,1 1 .U "-'r'r,,1pll"' 'Y' "'l',,, ,,,, ' fPagc Sixl X5X ,QXMMK . .-s' N - Nxxxxxxxx .xxxxxxxx xxxxux-xx-xmussq--fuss ---Q--xiii"--x's"-S - - Nl ,suv 'r ' 2 5 2 1 X 5 ihxvi 'lxxx':'l Q s 5 X S I N X Q x Q s 0 i K K S Dedication 3 H x . , : N I u U U 2 N ' z Q ! s i I N i N U ' U N 3 W N 5 I I I I i' R 9 ' 1 I N i x 5 i 2 :F s 5 i z 3 I Q K Q i 5 i 5 S TO MR. HARRY FREY i 5 N . . . . N XVhosc roiound scholurshi and wholcfheartcd foodfwill have in- Q N P P P- X lluenccd not nnl rhosc students dircctl associated with him in his x Q Y Y g Q classes, hut have extended to every person in Creston High School, ? 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I as f .' 1 :Q , -T .2 ' - --' a 5 N- 1 .,,,,:1g .A"' 1 ' I, Q41 LTJI' t---"1:l'E' . Y..-5, ' A My . '.,- -,.Nn,' f ' 4' r r,,1fIlI" If ,,, I , lfPage Eightl 5 I 1' s In I K I xf I s FACULTY E S I x N I 2"""YQ""f 'M -12 jf" . I i...-.Q 'KWH AUSQEWMAL mmm jf f V fn! f 5 FTF' v5 3 J" ,l ,- I 3 NCJ FXQ' , I . , fx ?g'Zj.: ,:-l T: i Iv K., 2 .42 ' - gf' ?:gfrf12?'27-fx ge " M mgfwwv Yf- ' 2 . x A 'K fn' f A ,xx ,fl V!! it. f xhihhx 'Xxx W E Q K' f . fPage Ninej housux 3 IA , Q, . t 6 4 Giang ANNUAL W ...- .S - far mmf FACULTY -no i.-if lSented5-Mr. jeandi-ex-in, Miss Mcllvaine, Miss Studer, Miss Alsdorf, Mr. Young. fstandingl-Mr. Frey, Mr. Himes, Mr. Smith. MR. l"iu.x', XX'oos'ri-.i1, Uino L hm. PIINSICS, Plum' fivmnutry. BIL.Nl,7lC5.'i Avillimulif, Athletics Cuuuli Senior Class Advisor The Collciic of XN'oostci', BS. ll'.ANl3RlzVlN, l,RlNffIl'AL, CRiis'roN, O The flollcglc of Vv'ooslci', BS. Miss Dorm Mr:ILvAlNla Iiuglixli Dchzilc :ind Drailnzltic Coiich junior Clam Advisor Ohio Univcraity, BS. Miss Lois Awiwouiq' 1. French, Typcwritmg, Slzortlumcl Dramatic Coach lircwhinzin Class Advisor Ashland College Wittciihcrg College, B,A. lPagc Tcnll VV! W. I. Him-,s, Sisifr.. CRli5'l'ON U Agrifulturc Ohio Starts University, BS. A, T. SMITH, CRr.sToN, O Nlanual :Training Kent State College Miss lVlAlll:l, STi1m.R l Science, Biology. Home Eionomios Sophomore Class Advisor Blulfton College, B.A. H. H. YoL7Ni:, XVOOSTIiR, O Music oostcr Conservatory of Musiu ua..-. .beans - , ,, . 0 , 'ds fm: Lms KWH AQQEWMM W Board of Education ! l l....-.-.H Mrs. Patterson, Dr. Boor, Mr. Mcllvaine Mr. Haskins, Mr. Knepp, Mr. While. President ..,. .,,..,,. .,..,.,.... D 1 '. Boor Vicc Prcsidcnt ...,.. ,,,,.., M rs. Patterson Clerk .....,, ....., . Mr. Nlcllvzunc The Board of Education is to he COI1gI'2ifLlILltCd for the wondcrful work they have hccn doing. They have furnishcd the funds for all our cquipmcnt and ncccssitics in running our school. They are always on hzlnd to give axdvicc furthering our education. XVc arc vcry proud to have the pictures of thc members of the school hoard in our zmnnull. fPuge Eleven? 'ir-wg Awlfliflafljllllllk W L..,.....9 , is Annual Staff W v Q .-....l' l. flat Row!-Arlene Carhaugh, Mr. Frey, Mildred Snyder, Russell Rhoads, Lillian Kirschner. 12nd Row!-Kathryn Benjamin, Elmer Johnson, Chlora Clapp, Everett Miracle, Eleanor Giflen, Howard Fulton, Luis Miller. Lulu in tht- lull tlic amnu.il stall was clioscn. Mcctixigs wcrc licld and dutics of calcli mcmlwcr wcrc cxplzlincd. A line coopcraitivc spirit was shown by thc stall and tlw scliool as tl group. Mr. Frey was appointed our faculty advisor and lic provcd to lwc at grczxt liclp in rimlcing tlic :mnuul at success. Bclow arc mcmlwcrs of tlic stall rind tlicir various otficcs. Evcrvtl lvlirxiclc ..,,. ., Kathryn Bcnjznnin .,... lvlildrcd Snydci '.,,, Elczinor Uitlcn ..,... Elinor .lUl1ll'3Ull,,, A, Clilorzi Clupp ....,, Lois Millcr ,,,,,. Howard Fultoni, ,, Arlcnc fl4n'lwz1ugl1,, Lillian Kirsclincr ,..,., Russell Rhonda .,.,.. ., ..,,, Editor'in'Clli1Cl' ,....Ass1stamt Editor ,,,,Busincss Manager HA ssistzmt Business Manager .. ..Art Editor, Snapshot Editor .,.,..,.Litcrury lfPage Twelvcl Editor ,....iSoCicty Editor Editor Editor ,,.,,AllllUIll ...........,..'Iolcc .,..,.lvlusic and Drammtics ,. ..,...... Atlilctic Editor THE ANMMA js . n -as fag qoagdi UW Q , X gf U cuxsssj '22 N ' x , 'W - Q, ' , z , -of my if ' iff ff lf XX xi "" ""Y,..34-uw S wwe. pg ?:"":":"c"':' l...-.9 Senior Class Song 1932 TUNE oF: HMEMORIESH VERSE I Round me at twiliglit come stealing Nfeniofies of days tliat are gone, Dreams of tlie old days Tevealing, MC7l1fl7'lC.9 of life's golden dawn. VERSE H Szinliglit may teaclz me forgetting, Noonliglit, lnings tliouglits tliat are new, Twiliglit brings siglis of 'regi'etting, Nfoonliglit lvrings sweet cli'ean1s of yon. CIHORUS Nleniories, nieniories, of dear old lnglz Seliool days, Tliongli tlze years may Come and go, well tliinlq of you always: Cliildliood days, wildwood days, days we love so clear, Tliongli tlieyll soon be gone, tlieyll linger on In om' lwaiitifiil nieniories. llhge Fourlecnl kink Ewa Kngngm 2-f-.iT2l1ki-fix, SENIORS F 3 -gun 'BLM -ENE Kayak! .m..ff..-i EVl:Rl:T'I' MIRACLE "He labors good on good to fix And owes to virtue. every tmunpli 'That he lqnov.vx," itoi.i.ir.l-. l'RI1l'ARAT1JRY r:ol'Rsl2 Class President 3, 4: Viee President lg Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, President 3. Vice President 4: Baseball l, 2, 3. 4: Basketball l, Z, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: "The Two Brides" 3: "Sound Your Horn" 4: Editorfinfchief Annual 4: Junior Editor Annual 3: Editorfinfchicf Monday Blues 33 Banquet Committee 3. rg: ai: rg: ELMIQR joiiNsoN "He reads much, he is a great observer. And looks quzle through the deeds of men." fXJ1.LI4.tLI-, l'Rlil'ARA'l'ORY C0t'Rsr1 '3The Two Brides" 3, Art and Athletics Editor Monday Blues 31 Art and Snapshot Editor of Annual 4: Short Story 4: French Club 3, 4: k'Sound Your Horn" 4: Invitation Committee 4: French Play 3. :gr :gr Krxriinrs Bi-.NJAMIN "And her modest answer and graceful air. Shore her wise and good, as she is jaw." if0LLl:lil'. I'itii1'ARAToRY COURSE Latin Club l, fl: Latin Play 21 Glee Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Class Vice President 3: An' nual Stall' 4: Cheer Leader 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: Athletic Ass'n Z, 31 joke Editor of Monday Blues 33 Business Manager of "Two Brides" 3: Business Manager of "Sound Your Horn" 4, rg: rg: 4: Russia. Riiofuw "He sighed to many, Though he loved but one." tIUMMl.RKiIAl. ctotnsl-. "Two Brides" 31 Athletic Association 3, 4: Athf letic Editor of Annual Statl 4: Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4. Eriffxsoii Gll-'IfliN "Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens arc." COLLl'.lil'. PRHPARATORY ftouasia Latin Club l, 2: French Club 3, 4: "Two Brides" 3, Property Manager "Two Brides" 3: Banquet Coinnnttee 31 Class Secretary 4: "Sound Your Horn" 4: Orchestra 4: Glee Club tPianistj 4: Assistant Business Manager Annual 4. lPuge Sixteenl .toned : ! E. K , gum- ww, sr ?:"':":""' Q 'gae Atghgeuaa E. 2 u Ill Lois MILLER HI think no virtue goes witlz size." COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSE Latin Club 1, 2: Latin Play 2g French Club 3, 44 Glee Club 3, 4: Class Secretary 21 Debate 4: Class Historian 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Banquet Committee 35 Annual Staff 4: Asst. Editor of Monday Blues 35 Business Manager of "Two Brides" 3: 'LSound Your Horn" 43 Class Vice President 4. P' is HAROLD BEAL "All mankind loves a l01J6'f.U COMMERCIAL COURSE Treasurer I: Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4: "Two Brides" 3: "Sound Your Horn" 4g Athf letic Association 43 Glee Club 33 Banquet Com' mittee 3. P11 Sl! ARLIZNE CARBAUUH "Her eyes are stars of twiliglit fair, Like twilighfs too, her dusliy hair." VOCATIONAI. COURSE Latin Club 1, 2: Latin Play 2: Class Treasurer 2: Annual Staff 4. A 9 :L 'E GLENN HARTZLER The mildext manner with the greatest mind." COMMERCIAL COURSE fPage Seirenteenl lui KWH AQQEWMM 3 "HU wax 41 .xcliolur will u ripe and good one, "Two lirinlcsn gl "Sound Your Hornu 41 lnvi' tation Cloininiltcc 3. lVlIl,lJRI.ll Sxvnl-.R "A duuglitsr of the Uuglx. Dwiizely call. divinely lair." !IOI,I.l'.fil: PRIZPARATURY IIUVRSIE Buxiiicss Mgr. Annual 4: Business Mgr, lvlonday Blucs 3: Latin Club I, 2: lircnch Club 3, 4: Latin Play lg Prcfidcnt Latin Club Z: Trans. French Club 4: Claw Trcasurcr 4: Banquet Coininittccs 3 'hTwo Bridcf' 3: "Sound Your Horn" 4. Al'STIN Enua lfxccsili1ig Lame. fair spoken, and perxuadiwigf vor7,xTIoNA1. tiol'RSiu I4iuei.n.A EIJINKKIUN "A form more fini. u face more sweet, Non hull: it bevn my lol to niuetf' MIXHD rtol'RSi-. lfrcnch Club I, 'lg Ban out K:UIl1lHlllL'C 31 uTwo ll Bridcf' 3. "Sound Your Horn" 4: Invitation -,X Connniltccg Glen' Club 3, 4: Dcbatc 4: Frcnch Play l. Mu.roN Mir: "Every mlm hai his faults, Hmiestv ix lux." x'or:A'r1oNAi. rtornsif Claes Play 31 Basketball 2. LAVoNNif Sri.: Lia "Happy mn I, from cunux I'm free, Wlny uvmrt zlwy all cmitciltcd like mc?" r1oMMi'.RrtlAi. C0l'RSIi Kun! Roosevelt High School 2. 3: Latin Club I, 23 Home Economics Club 2, 3: Kcm Gym Lczidvr 2, 3: Kcnt Basketball Z. 3. l'Pagr Eiglueenil ug in ...gn W4 -.-.- ,Il L-, gk Fntanaigi- :D I,- voaooa av! yi-Q ' 'RWE ANNUAL L..,.-.S waam - , Q L,, HowARo FULTON "All his faults are such that one loves Him still the better for them." VOCATTONAL COURSE Baseball 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Class President 1, 2: Alumni Editor of Annual: Basketball 23 Property Mgr. of Class Play 41 Glee Club 3. W i W CIILORA CLAPP "There is no wisdom like franknessf' MIXED COURSE k'Sound Your Horn" 4, "Two Brides" 3: Class Treasurer 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Monday Blues 33 Annual Staff 41 Glee Club 3: Debate 4: News Reporter 2, 4: Banquet Committee 3. 3 X Oris SMITH "Silence is deep as eternity, Speech as shallow as time." VOCATIONAL COURSE Fredericksburg High School 1, 2g "Two Brides" 3. S X 5 LILLIAN KXRSCHNER "A perfect woman nobly planned, To warn, to comfort and command." COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSE News Reporter 3. 4: Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 41 Orchestra 3, 4: "Two Brides" 31 'Bound Your Horn" 43 Animal Staff 4: Monday Blues 33 Deelamation 45 Banquet Committee 3: Invitation Committee 4. fPage Nineteen! s E l.-.,..- .J "' "'5C A ' Awvom 'WE AQQQIQUMA s Romakr lVlYliRS Hu umdx hlqe su many 'lll77lblC and aww Snvxturs mp about him at cmnmaud fUl.Llflllf PRHPARATURY COVRSE snbnll l 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Debate l 4 L mutrn I, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Glce 1 bk :If 1 Al.I!YI4f Bmilxmuslak A'I've hvcd and loved." vur:A'rloNAL ctounsra ,walk Hxgh School 1, 2: Glcc Club 1, W Nt N Lpurtcr 'Q Clans Secretary und Trcasurgr Lum mh Play Crcstmm High School 3, 4 Fren Gmrual-, Hom-'MAN Smooth runs the water." WIIICYC the hnmlg zx deep." VUKIATIUNAL COURSE 2. 3. V i KATurfuNri F. EILIOTT gmfd heart xx hetter than all mix 111 the umrldf' SI'.KIRl'TARlAL fTUI'RSli wdrlc High Sclmul l, Z. 3. htunsx- D , .F 6 We l...-.e ERE AUSQEKEWA , - Class Prophecy Book reports due in another day and no book read! That's the problem that conf fronted me one bleak December day. This would never do, perhaps there was a hook in the library I had overlooked. Nothing like trying, so once more I scanned row after row of familiar books. Same thing! I had read everyone. My heart began to sink in despair. Oh! where would I ever get a book to read? -lust then I happened to see a strange book back in a corner, covered with dust. Could it be that I had overlooked one? Eagerly I reached out for it. Surely this aged and yellow book couldn't contain anything of interest. After considerable difficulty I was able to discern the title, "The Book of Fates." Wonderiiig, I hurriedly but carefully began to scan the pages. Wtvnder of wonders! The names were familiar. Quickly I glanced back at the title. Sure enough, there it was, "The Book of Fates," and beneath it in scarcely legible letters was "Prophecy for the Senior Class of l932." This was indeed interesting! l found a nice cozy spot and went to reading with a will. There in black and white was the future of myself and classmates. Harold Beal's name was the first to catch my eye. After glancing over the page I found that Beany would become the pastor of the U. B. Church in Sterling. He would never marry, being disappointed in love when but a youth. Turning the page my eye fell upon a medal bearing the inscription: '!Awarded to the world's champion whisker rubber," and sure enough, there beneath it was the name "Everett Miracle." I wasn't in the least surprised when I read this because I knew that our class president would make a name for himself. My attention was next centered upon Alice Bombarger's future. I found that "Red" was to become a radio singer broadcasting over the Columbia Network. Of course Alice would be married, not once but several times. These temperamental mu' sicians. The next name I saw was that of Ctis Smith. I could hardly believe my eyes! I looked again to make sure. No mistake -about it. Otis was to go to Hollywood to act as a double for Clark Gable. Odey certainly had a surprise in store for the rest of his classmates. Reading page after page I learned that Elmer johnson would win the Nobel prize for short stories in 1945 and that his old sidefkick, Russell Rhoads, would marry and settle in the old home town. Louie would be the manager of the Creston Basket Factory. I was rather surprised to find that Lois Miller and Kathryn Benjamin would form a business partnership. They were to he the manufacturers of a new and improved M E5 B mousetrap, guaranteeing a sure and painless death to all mice, These two girls would never marry hut would live together with their eats and canaries and maybe a dog. Who knows? fPage Twentyfonej I, . Ln- an - -tl 'annum 'Q1f.lMraM"aaM! .. Vvfhen I had recovered from this shock I was ready to read on. Glancing over the next page I saw that Arlene Carhaugh would lwecome a nurse. So Arlene's dream was to come true. But I found a surprise for her too. She would marry a well known phyf sician and live happily for the rest of her life. Lillian Kirschner would travel on the RKO circuit as a concert pianist. She would marry a well known orchestra leader and when not making tours, they will live in New York. Mildred Snyder, after graduating from a well known college would hecome an English teacher in Creston High School. Turning the page I found that her pal, Eleanor Giffen, was to teach music in the Wiicmster Conservatory of Music. She would never marry as she would prefer a mus- ical career. The next name to catch my eye was Milton Metz's. I found that Milton would he a very successful farmer and would live near Creston. Of course he would he happily married. l turned the page and found, to my surprise and amusement, that Glenn Hartzler was to he an aviator, known the world over for his daring feats. He would he known as "Ace" Hartzler. I also found that Howard Fulton, the parachute jumper, would work with him and they would go about the country supplying thrills for the people. Glenn it seemed would he married several times, heing quite a lady's man, hut Howard, the more steady type, would remain faithful to his high school romance. Reading on l found that Rolwert Myers, well known auto racer, known as 'LSpeedy" Myers, would set a new speed record for Ford cars and make a name for himself in the Halls of Fame. Freeda Edington, a Metropolitan Opera singer, would make a tour over the United States. Freeda would marry in her later years and retire from puhlie life. On the next page I found that Austin Ehie would puhlish a new series of jesse james hooks complete in ten volumes, and that Kathryn would he a stenographer. La Vonne Steele would he married soon after graduation and settle in Cuyahoga Falls. Oh yes! and George Hoffman would he a radio announcer, Graham McNamee's most dangerous competitor. Of course George would marry and settle in New York. And myself? I was very glad to find that I would he a shorthand and typing teacher in good old Alma Mater. I looked from my hook and quickly glanced at my watch. Four o'clockl and I had been reading all afternoon and still no hook report. CnLoR.1x CLAPP. lPage Twentyftwol Elle tae Kaassi Class Histor One day as I was sitting by the Hre reading I fell to dreaming. Oh, how I wished I was back in good old C. H. S. We had such good times and "I wonder if I can think of all the things that we did during the four years of high school life?" I asked myself. I can remember of ten that started together in the first grade and finished high school together. When we entered high school together we had fortyfone in our class. I remember clearly when we entered the study hall amid much cheering and clapping which made us feel very proud. About the first thing we did was to elect officers. Howard Fulton was chosen to lead the group through the Hrst year. Old Rose and Silver were chosen as our class colors. In athletics we were represented by Everett Miracle, Donald Stutzman, Howard Fulton, Kathryn Benjamin and Martha Repp. We got through the Hrst year success' fully due to the great help of our advisor, Miss Alsclorf. In our Sophomore year Howard Fulton was again chosen as President, and Mrs. Mcllvaine proved a capable advisor. In basketball we were represented by the same ones in addition to Elmer Johnson, Milton Metz, Russell Rhodes, Harold Longfellow, Glenn Maideii, and Gail Long. In baseball Everett, Donald, and Robert. Howard, Robert, George and I represented our class in the orchestra. Another summer passed very quickly and we went back to school as juniors with seats between the Sophomores and Seniors. Everett was elected president, Kathryn, vice president, Chlora, treasurer, and myself secretary. The same ones that represented us as Sophomores in basketball represented us as Juniors, with the exception of the girls. Many events happened in this year. We had the opportunity to publish the "Monday Blues," the high school paper. We were the lirst to use the new mimeograph, a great help in our work. We gave the play, "The Two Brides," and it was a success. Then in May we gave the Seniors a banquet at the Darby .Ioan Tea Room at Leroy. That closed our third year in high school. Mrs. Mcllvaine was again our helpful advisor. As another year began we realized we had many responsibilities. The greatest one was setting examples for the younger children and did we? I guess we did. We elected officers and Everett was president, I was vice president, Mildred Snyder, treasf urcr, and Eleanor Giffen, secretary. In November we gave our play, "Sound Your Horn," to two large and appreciative audiences. The same people represented us in basketball and music. There were also quite a few from our class in the glee club. Those in the orchestra and in the glee club took part in the all Wayne County Musif calc at Wooster. Lillian Kirschner was given third place in the County Declamation Contest. liPage 'Twenty-lhrecl A !- gnu:--ang. lhthldx 3 ,- , W f i lens EW? AQSQEWMA ,M Elmer johnson's short story was chosen to he sent in to the County. We cannot give any results as yet. Rohcrt, Freeda, Chlora, and myself were on the dchate team. We had many enjoyahle parties this year, especially the one held at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Frey at Wcdcmster. The task of puhlishing the annual fell into our hands and we couldn't have gotten along without the excellent help of our class advisor, Mr. Frey. The .luniorfSenior Banquet, Baccalaureate, and Commencement hrought our high school career to a close. With some falling hy the wayside and others coming in, twenty memhers had reached the top and were proud and happy to have accomplished such a goal. F Then let's all he good pals together, Thais the spirit that should jill the airg Let's smile in all sorts of weather, Treat everybody fair and square. Remember- We should he tlzaiilqficl to he here-- To err is hurrian, to forgive, cliiiiiie, So letls all he good pals together- For when were gone, were gone a long, long time. LOIS MILLER. Iipage Twerityffourl 5 l a I lgltvvn ...NS Q-...DNGUY ' ' I invade ' .ig an I THE ANMMA 2 -A, mama' . t it if l ill! ....rT' ' i' E f L A "' if 2'-S , f. ., 'zgff 2'-2' f'-f-1-- fPage Twentyffivel !,,,,,,,X WM V? j,,..,..,..,.i flst Rowl-Dorothy Landes, Pauline Knecht, Mary Stebbins, Miriam Aukerman, Ellis Metz, Margaret Repp, Carl Pinkley, Helen Keltz, Wilma Jeffers, Martha Snell, Clyde Knecht. 12nd Rnwl-Robert Schlcgel, Harley Miracle, Evelyn Wright, Melbourne Ecker, Etolah Reese, Mervin McDonald, Donald Boley, Donald Sykes. Urd Row!-Alice Carpenter, George Smith, Thomas Morrow, Helen Canirbell, Nellie Carter, Melzena Beichler, Charles Kelli, Mary Vanzile, Beryl Gliem, Wanda Jeffers, Miss Mcl vaine. 14th Row?-Margaret Dntt, Helen Lee, Ellsworth Fetzer, Trulah Shriner. Howard Rugh, Frances Gantz, Edward Kirmlmer, Anna jane Francis, jay Smith, Agnes Bowman, Robert Steele. Officers l'rnwiclcnt ,...,,,,,,., ,,,,.. R nhcvt Schlcgcl Vicc llI'CSlf.lClll ,..,,, ...,,,. H clcn Campbell Sccrct:lry"l'l'a'41sll1'cr1., ..,,. W'illx1z1 .Iclfcrs Ulm, Atlvism ',,,,r., .,,,,, M iss Mcllvuinc CLASS COLURS Blue and Wlzize fl-'age Twcnlyfxixil l...-..s IME Altllfiliflm - Junior Class Histor Dear Friends: I know you want to hear about our classfthe famous class of " '33"-so I will try to give you just a few facts as to our history. We entered high school in September 1929. Imagine fortyfseven green freshies wandering through the halls! And how we hated those names of "green" and "freshie." Evelyn Wright was our president and for class advisor we elected Miss Studer who was a faithful help in all our difficulties. Everyone settled down to hard study which was interrupted occasionally by welcomed vacaf tions. We succeeded in mastering the hated exams and thus were raised to the counted name of Sophomore. The beginning of our Sophomore year is remembered because of the delightful party given us by the Seniors at Shaw's Woods. To show our gratitude we gave them a return party at Hawk's Woods. This second year our class was efficiently presided over by Carl Pinkley with the assist' ance of Miss Alsdorf as advisor. Melbourne Ecker brought glory to our class by distinguishing himself on the debate team. The year of study, friendliness, and activity passed at last and now we have gained the higher rank of Juniors. We occupy the center section of study hall and fill up quite a goodfsized space as we have a membership of fortyfone. Everything started off fine this year and "everyf body's happy." Bob Schlegel is president and Miss Mcllvaine is class advisor. We haven't had so many parties this year but the few have been unusually enjoyable. Of course we were glad of the privilege to initiate our sister class, the freshmen. We were disappointed that we didn't get to publish the customary "Monday Blues" but finally became reconciled. We have had one especially "blue" day this year and that was when the class sweaters ar- rived. We were mighty proud of those blue sweaters with their large white numeralsf"l933." Our class has been represented this year in baseball, basketball, and debate. Now we are planning our class play, "I Will, I Won't," and with our talent, I'm sure it will be a huge success. Yours until next year. Maacsaaiir E. Durr. Nicknames Dorothy Landes ....... .......... ' 'Dot" George Smith ..,...... ...... ' 'Georgy Pauline Knecht ..,..... ..... ' 'Knecbt Thomas Morrow ...,.. ...... ' 'Tommy" Mary Stebbins ....... .,...... ' 'Frankie Helen Campbell ........ ...... ' 'Charlie Nellie Carter ........ ...... ' 'Dellie Miriam Aukerman ....... Ellis Metz ............... Margaret Repp ....... Carl Pinkley ....... Helen Keltz ....... Wilma Jeffers ...... Martha Snell ..,..., ......uAukerman .. Metz ........"Repp ......,."Pinkley" ......"Keltizics ....."Curly ......"Mart Melzena Beichler... Charles Kelt: ....... Mary Vanzile ..... Beryl Gliem .....,. Wanda Jeffers Margaret Dutt ...... ..., ......'iMary .........."Zena" "Charley" A Berylie ,..,."Bill "Madge Clyde Knecht ......... .............r ' 'Toad Helen Lee ........,..,. ..... S quirt" Robert Schlegel.. .... ................,.. ' 'Bob Ellsworth Fetzer ....... ........ ' 'Ezra" Harley Miracle ....,.... ...... ' 'Uncle Harley Trulah Shriner ...... ...... ' 'Truly" Evelyn Wright ...... .......,...... ' 'Hefty" Howard Rugh ....... ......,.. ' 'Red Melbourne Ecker ....,.. . ......... 'iMel" Frances Gantz .......... ..... ' 'Gantzu Etolah Reese .............i... .... L iHetolah Edward Kirscbner ..... ........., ' 'Edu Mervin McDonald. Donald Boley .....,...,. Donald Sykes ........ Alice Carpenter ..... ......"Merve ....."Boley ...,..."Don ......"Carp Anna jane Francis ,.,.... ..... ' 'Annie ,lay Smith ................. .... ' 'Shorty Agnes Bowman ........ ,..,. ' 'Peggy Robert Steele ......... ....,. ' 'Bob I:Page Twentyfseirealhl Sl,..2wavf 'wvoot ui L .9 ffwg Alllgnglillllkk High School Song t Onward, fellows, we must conquer Fight for Creston High Brown and Cold expect a victory Vlfin for Creston High! Honor, fame, and glory calling 'You must do your best. So whate'er the contest Wi'rt for Creston High! Fight then, fellows, fight to conquer Fight for Creston High, Never weary in the Contest Wiri for Creston High! Though the battle goes against you 'You must stand and fightg 'So whate'er the Contest Wiri for Creston High! fpdjlf Twmityfeightl ja: oxyg- L1uSlSJ EQQ ATEWE AQSQEWMAM Mm N WN x ffv' f aff f 1 ' N W f fl Q?" I 5 ,I ,ll in f SOPHOMGRES I 1 J W m imi ' im 'ew Aeieime A H flat Rowl-Harry Kelzz, Grant Ditch, Russell Schmollinger, Marjorie Wright Paul Slater, Margaret Ecker, Donald Thompson, Isabelle Buchanan, James Patterson, Harry Zimmerman, Charles Arnold. 12nd Row?-Robert Thompson, Lorna Mumaw, Glenn Sonnedeclcer, Lucille Johnson, Christopher Cameron, Edna Gliem, Raymond Schlegel, Betty Meyers, Charles Woodward, Irene Peake, Harold Thompson, Sylvia Ramsier. Grd Row?-LaVonne Benjamin, Homer Miller, Virginia Snyder, Leonard Showalter, Thelma Lehman, Virgil Bow- man, Relda Schull, Emerson Metsker, Florence Krause, Harold Henry. Eileen Fetzer, Wayne Orr. Presidents, Vicc President ...... Treasurer ,,.,..... Sccrctury .......,. Class Advisor ..... Officers CLASS COLORS Red and Wlzite fpagf' Tliivtvl ......-laiiics Patterson .....Rubcrt Thompson ,......,.,,i.iBctty Myers Russell Sclimollingcr .....,Miss Studcr p 1:-1g -.flwi ras Reggae? if ophomore Class Histor After passing through the process of entering High School and overlooking the slanderous remarks of our upper classmen, we became very important members of the Solar System in C.H.S. We discovered our Sun, Miss Studerq Saturn, james Patterson: jupiter, Robert Thompson: Neptune, Betty Myers: and Uranus, Russell Schmollinger. The two brightest spots of the year were Friday, September ll, when we got a glimpse of Mercury at a party at Fulton's. A week later we found a perfect Venus in Peake's Woods. We were aided greatly by the other planets. Mars gave the opportunity to Charles Arnold, Harry Zimmerman, Grant Ditch, Glenn Sonnedecker, Wayne Orr, Homer Miller, and Harold Henry to Gght the opposing basketball teams. Charles Arnold and Margaret Ecker attended all meetings of the Athletic Association. Arnold, Zimmerman, Ditch, Miller, and Henry came forth to answer the call of Baseball, too. When Harry Zimmerman won the foulfshooting contest, he expanded almost sufficiently to spit in Sun Studer's face. The constellations helped quite a little too. The Twins offered musical talents to james Pat- terson, Isabelle Buchanan, Margaret Ecker, Glen Sonnedecker, Christopher Cameron, Homer Miller, Charles Woodward, and Leonard Showalter And did they make use of them? Taurus saw that Homer Miller and Marjorie Wright simply must argue so gave them the honor of becoming debaters. During the year the huge airship, Rittman High, left with us Harold and Robert Thompson A shooting star, Emerson Metsker, shot in from the vicinity of Canton, and Lena Buchanan rocketcd over from Wooster. Life was dull during the eclipse of the moon. After two days of fear and work, life began to move on normally once more and soon those terrible midfyear exams were forgotten. We all survived the moon's rainygperiod, although the nrst attacks of spring fever looked like they might prove fatal. Soon we faced a total eclipse of the sun. After the pandemonium subsided we saw light again and began to look forward to the time when we would grace the middle of the Creston High Solar System. Miwcioniia Warcarrr. Nicknames Charles Arnold ............ ..... K 'Charlie Betty Myers .............. ..i.. ' 'Myers" LaVonne Benjamin ........ .......... ' 'Hen james Patterson ........ ...... ' 'Patu Virgil Bowman ...,......, ....,. ' 'NVirgil Wayne Orr ,.............. ..... ' 'Doc Isabelle Buchanan ..... ...,... i 'lzzyw Raymond Schlegel .... i'Brigham Lena Buchanan .............. ........ ' 'Lenic Irene Peake .................... .... X 'Peek Christopher Cameron ....... .... ' 'Christer Russell Schmollinger ...... ,,,,,... ' 'Russ Grant Ditch ................,. ..... ' 'Ditch Relda Scholl ...,............. ..... ' 'Squirtn Margaret Ecker ........ ..... ' lMarg Russell Showalter ......,. .... ' 'Showyw Eileen Fetzer .......... .... ' 'Fizzer Leonard Showalter ...... ......... ' 'Len Edna Gliem ......... .... ' LEdnie Paul Slater ...........,..... ........ ' 'Paully Harold Henry ....... ..... ' LPunk Virginia Snyder ........ "Sydney Lucille johnson ....... Harry Keltz ......... Florence Krause ..... Thelma Learnan ..,.., Emerson Metzker ..... Homer Miller ......,, Lorna Mumau .,.,., ......"Lucy ........."Atty ......"Flossie ......'xThelmer" ...f'Emmy ....."Mike ...f'Lorny Glenn Son nedecker ....,. .... Harold Thompson ...., Robert Thompson ..... Charles Woodward... Marjorie Wright ........ Harry Zimmerman I:Page Tfiirtyfonej .'sSonny .,.,i. "Red Bob f'Chuck "Margie ...... "Zim U 1-i am:--:s 'EW -ree Kasumi Freshmen Have Successful Year Roy Amstut: upheld the class in Debate: he was one of the best debaters on the team. He also represented us in Oration. He came out fourth in the county and we are sure he will do better next year. We were well represented in Baseball by Ira Kissinger, Lloyd Beal, Harvey Lin' der, and Arthur Stahl. ln Basketball we were represented by Arthur Stahl, center: Harvey Linder, Lloyd Beal, Horace Francis, forwards: Ira Kissinger, captain: Melvin Rhodes and Ross Ditch, guards. Ira Kissinger had the honor of being on the High School Team. The girls played a few games. Those who played were Margaret Sykes, center and captain: Annabell Huffman and Dorothy Strong, forwards: LaVonne Conkey and Margaret Ries, guards. The Freshman girls played the Sophomore girls and beat them by a high score. Margaret Sykes had the honor of being on the High School Girls' Team when they played the Alumni. The Freshmen in Orchestra are Dorothy Strong, Bertha Garrison, and Lloyd Beal. There are also a group of Freshmen in Glee Club, both boys and girls. After sum' ming it all up we think the Freshmen have come out pretty well for being Green. Sophomore Humor Lucille johnson: Everything is fair in love and war. Flossie Krause: How about the blondes? Miss Studer: How old would a person be who was born in 18907 Alimrny ll.: Man or woman? Briggam S. QBeside wrecked airplanej: But if we lie down here people will think we are the fliers and make a big fuss over us. Russell S.: Yeah, but look what kind of fliers thcy'd think we are. Irene P.: ls this chair a genuine antique? Salesman: There is absolutely no chair in this store on which you could sit with any degree of comfort or safety. 'iThat's a new one on me," quoth LaVonne Benjamin, scratching her head. fPage Tliirtyawoil LE E-...Dwarf iwgggugmmf ' f TWG I ' I I !1,1 ' 1 1 , , fx M993 44,1 1 1,4-igff if-' " if -:ir-1- X-'Z' b , 'V ' if , " ' I If f! f ff ff' ,ff ' ' 1 ff ? if "af,-55 JV .mum lu.1lW11lll04 . 1 MMU . V F R E S H M E N fpfrzzl l.....-.E flat Rsxwl-Wade Reniker, Lloyd Beal, Mary Gantz, Ruth Haskins, Helen Wayt, Melvin Rhodes, Hazel Metz, Ira Kissinger, Margaret Sykes, Lowell Ervin, Stella Daugherty, Dorotlfy Slrouse, Arthur Stoll. 12nd Row?-Harvey Linder, james Earnest, Bertha Garrison, Annabelle Hullman, Lee Dicus, Anna May Beck, Eleanor Miller, Verda Metz, Gladys Kreisher, Elsie Bartholomay, Kenneth Chance, Ralph Doubledee. Grd Row?-Roy Amstutz, Willis Feeman, john Hass, Viola Ramsier, Carl Wfayt, LaVonne Conlcey, Horace Francis, Ross Ditch, Hilda Vanzile, Josephine Fulton, Ra 'nmnd Hughbaclcer, Raymond Hamilton, Helen Herman, john Krieger, Dorothy Strong, Evelyn Flotz, Donald Slrouse Margaret Ries, Selma Jeffers, Darrell Bowman, Madge McDonald, Russell Harris, Zella jackson, Miss Alsdorf. Officers ......lr:1 Kissinger President ..,,.. Vicc President .,.,............, ..... R oy Amstutz Secretary and Treasurer ...,. ,.... l Dorothy Strong CLASS COLORS Green and Wllite fPage 'fllirryffourl .ho-nik 3 V V , I , 5' . 6 f-y'9""""""n . IME AQQDLQCIXLSAL -M l...... J. T: eau:-q itae asaidae , Diary of Freshman Class Sept. 8-We entered school today numbering fortyfseven and have the honor of being one of the two largest freshman classes in the history of C. H. S. We were greeted by a hearty ap- plause from the upper classes. Sept. 1lfWe were entertained by the Juniors at Shaw's Woods and duly initiated into this institution of higher learning. Sept. 18+We gave a return party for the Juniors at Hawk's Woods. Oct. l8fWe regret the loss of a member todayfCharles Hodge. Oct. 29-A Halloween party with Wade Reneger as host which makes this a red letter day. Nov. 3-We were glad to welcome Margaret Ries to our class. Barberton's loss is our gain. Nov, 30-We all survived the Thanksgiving feast and are ready for work again. Dec. 1fDorothy Strouse joined our ranks from Burbank. Dec. 3+What happened to Mr. Dawson's camera today? We had our pictures taken for the annual. Dec. 24fWe displayed our talent in a Christmas program at chapel. an. 22--After the basketball game a farewell part was iven for Viola Ramse cr who is leavin Y g Y g SOOD. Feb. '5fOur girls certainly put it over on the Sophomores in basketball with a score of 30'22. Feb. 9+C. H. S. was represented in the oratorical contest by Roy Amstutz of our class. Roy did not win a prize but we are proud of him anyway for "not failure, but low aim is crime." Feb. l5gRoy Alnstutz was among those chosen for the high school debate team. Roy Amstutz ............ Elsie Bartholomay .... Lloyd Beal .............. Anna Beck ............. Darrell Bowman ....... LaVonne Conkey ...... Stella 'Daugherty ....... Lee Dicus ................ Ross Ditch .............. Ralph Douhledee... james Ernst ........... Willis Feeman ........ Evelyn Foltz ....... Horace Frances ........ Josephine Fulton .... Nicknames it . vs -- Cookie ......"Anna Banana Bob ......"Bonnie" .........,.'kDoc ' ...,......"Diccie" ....."Ditch Lem ......,."Rilfie" ...."Willie" ......"Evvy" ....."Ho Ho" Josie Mary Gant: ............ ......... ' 'jerryn Bertha Garrison ........ ...... ' 'Berthien john Haas .....,........ .... ' 'Pokeyu Raymond Hamilton ...... ............ ' 'Ham" Russell Harris ........... ..,... ' 'Trefhareu Ruth Haskens ........... ......... ' 'Ruty" Helen Herman ............. ......, ' 'Hon" Raymond Hubacher ......... Anna Bell Huffman ........ .,....LLHlllEl' ....."Huffy" Lowell Irvin ....... Zella Jackson .... Selma Jeffers ..... ....."Monkey Rebecca 'Simmcr" Ira Kissinger ....... .....,...... ' 'Perkyn john Kreger .......... ................ ' johnny" Gladys Kreisher ....... .... ' 'Grass Hopper" Harvey Linder ............. ............,..... ' 'Daclu Madge McDonald ...... ........,. ' 'Mickey" Hazel Metz ............... ...... ' 'Hefty" Verda Metz ....... Eleanor Miller Viola Ramseyer .... Wade Reneger ......... Melvin Rhodes ........ Margaret Ries ........ Arthur Stahl ......... Dorothy Strong ....... Donald Strouse ...... Dorothy Strouse ...... Margaret Sykes .... Hilda Vanzile ....... Carl Wayt ......... Helen Wayt ...... fPage 'Thirtyfjivel ......"Birdie ........uLena .."Tater" .."Renie ....."Mel "Margie ........."Bud "Peanut" -mmsput.. ......."Betsy 'Mgyjj .."Patsy ......"Sarrie "Happy ,I l w-..:,s.w- .5 jf--2 ,, THE ANNUAL P. .E 7 if www - Hllgil' Tllmrlxwxixl -fi.2d'M' E newer lg j'n":"': I 9 F. .-.S ,, fwwc'L"22b...-. W Q TOQP 5 1 A A i f 1' my f X KW f'I!T ry f XQX f 7 I ,K X , - ,I ?!l, Ji 0 rw f I 'X IJLQM If 11 My W NWN A1 fff 0, f I ff rig X . , ffl! f Q M IIQVI? " X J lj' ' ,ff I ' ,fvxx , 'r' Z f Z A , 144 E ,' f 1. f If la fi, "f f j 9 1'll' I X ' ' W., ,722 Af- f 1 A ' f -ND' ff' ' " Q fl I fi , I A , I fl 1 Q WE , f f , x y Q ' L. MW 5 , pl, -55 5 f Ly ff f X . A 'ff I '2 14, wf4ZZ57f z,IZ7 7 if ff V lf! 1 'J fl fi l W .WM M un" M177 'FY . h ' 'Q f':"' " !f',' if fiwzf may ' l f MaWff XX 'ff' ' XR X W f ,, "'V ly AE f - I W - XX- 1 ill ATHLETKS fPage Thirtyfsevenl ug. 1 2...-.e S tee Aesww Boys' Baseball Hat Row?-Homer Miller, Harvey Linder, Grant Ditch, Arthur Stoll, Robert Schlegel, Ira Kissinger, Lloyd Beal, Harold Henry, Mr. Frey. 12nd Row?--Harley Miracle, Charles Arnold, Russell Rhoads, Everett Miracle, Harold Beal, Donald Stutzman, Robert Meyers, Edward Kirschner, Charles Keltz. Fall Baseball Harry Frey, our new Athletic Coach, took things into his hands this year and did what hc could with the Baseball. He had a pretty good team: they made a very good record in the fall by winning every game. Oct Oct Oct Oct April April April April April April May THE SCHEDULE Sterling 1 Smithville l Appleereek 5 West Salem 2 Smithville l Burbank 1 Doylestown at Creston Tournament at Mt. Eaton -Smithville at Smithville Sept. 22MCreston 6 Sept. 29-ACrcston 11 . 6--Creston 6 . 9fCreston 3 lZ7Creston 6 . 19--Creston 8 Sprmg Schedule g-. 15--Sterling at Creston 19-Burbank at Creston 22-Sterling at Sterling 26-Wooster at Creston 30- 3 7-Tournament May May May l0-Burbank at Burbank 13-Apple Creek at Apple Creek l1Page Tliirty-eightl .-'---Y + e a jf-M--ra ...Dane won. l-.-.e IW? AQQQEWMAL , Boys' Basketball flst Row?-Ross Ditch, Harvey Lindner, Ellsworth Fetzer, Grant Ditch, Harry Zimmerman, Charles Woodward, Lloyd Beal, Mr. Frey. 12nd Row?-Horace Francis, Harold Henry, Homer Miller, Melvin Rhoades, Arthur Stoll, Harley Miracle, Harold Thompson, Ira Kissinger, Glenn Sonnedecker, Wayne Orr. Ord Row?-Elmerdlohnson, Howard Rugh, Russell Rhoads, Robert Schlcgel, Harold Beal, Everett Miracle, Donald Stutzman, E ward Kirsehner, Howard Fulton, Donald Thompson, Charles Arnold. Basketbau '31 and '32 Basketball season opened with fortyfone answering the call. A team was picked from them which looked pretty good. With a little hard practice and some good coaching they made it pretty tough for some of the other teams in the county. The team will lose five of its members by graduation. FoulSho0Ung We were represented by Harry Zimmerman and Ira Kissinger in the foul shooting contest at Wooster. Harry won first place in the county and was awarded with .1 gold basketball. He was entitled to go to Ashland where he .won second place: from there he went to Kent where he did well by winning third place. fPage Thirtyfviinell f""'m"'t 'raise Mama! Tm lu,-,Q I far wow- -.-..... Nov. Dee Dee Dee Dec Dee -lan. Basketball Schedule 25-- We journeyed to Seville for our hrst basketball game and met with defeat, 17 to 15. 4 Sterling came here for a game and went home with the small end of the score 29 to 17. 11- We went to Burhank and tame back with a victory. The score was 18 to 10. 12 We tried our luek with Seville again at home and won 25 to 21. 18 Rittman came to Creston and went home with a victory Of 27 to 15. 22 We went to West Salem hut came back defeated 22 to 17. 1 We challenged the Alumni and were defeated 23 to 15. jan. 8 Smithville came here and we defeated them in a close game 23 to 22. -lan. 9 We went to Rittman and were defeated again, 39 to 16. jan. 14 Chester came here for a game and was defeated. Score was 28 to 23. -lan. lan. jan. Feb. Feb. Feh. Feb. Feb. 16- We traveled to Sterling and came home defeated. Score, 29 to 25. 22- Marshallville came to Creston and was beaten 26 to 14. 29 We went to Congress and came home with the small end of the score, 32 to 29. 5 We played Doylestown on our own floor and were defeated by a close score Of 19 to 18, 12 We played Big Prairie, the undefeated team ol' the year and were beaten 35 to 15. 20 Wayne County Tournament. We played Sterling in the first round and defeated them 19 to 12. 211- Played Fredericksburg in the second round and defeated them in a hard fought battle 20 to 18. 27-fVv'e went back to Wooster for the finals and played Rittman. Our team was pretty well crippled and we were defeated. Score 35 to 16. Mar. 5 We were entitled to go to Ashland and play. We picked Rittman for the second time. This time we gave them a good battle but lest by a close score of 21 to 20. Scoring for the Season PLAYER POSITION GAMES FIELD GOALS FOULS TOTAL Miracle Forward 19 25 107 Stutzinan Forward 19 9 83 Beal Center 18 6 44 Kirsehner Guard 18 12 104 Rhoads Guard 15 2 24 Sehlegel Guard 16 2 18 Zimmerman Center 3 1 3 Johnson Forward 2 0 O Arnold Forward 6 0 0 Kissinger Guard 1 0 0 fPage Fortyll X- ,3,.,,L jf " l .Q TEM KQLQMA ,,,mQfQ QP' X ,, ! f - lg J - .Qi-.-jj 1 I ff 69512 2 , ' ff! x X X - X QL AC1-T! PHE S ll K i-...e -Kee eeyrww Senior Class Pla l...-...J flat Row?-Eleanor Gitlen, Everett Miracle, Freeda Edington, Harold Beal, Mildred Snyder, Austin Elsie, Lillian Kirschner. 12nd Row!-Miss Mcllvainc, Howard Fulton, Chlora Clapp, Miss Alsdnrf, Kathryn Beniamin, Elmer johnson, Lois Miller. i'Sound Your Horn" was presented hy the Senior Class of Creston High School on No' veiuher 241 and fll, 193l, Freeda Edington .........Lois Miller ...Eleanor Giffen Play Cast Drusilla, a little girl about town ,.,....,,,,,,.,...l.,...... Phyllis, her ehuiu .....,....,,,,,,,,,,...,.,..,........ .....,.,.l Etta Lamh, a waitress.. .,.. .. ...... ,,,,,,,.,,,....,,,,.,,,,.,,....,,,,,,,,l,,, . . Mr. Angus, attorney lor the Van Dyke estate ,,.., ,....,,,,........ . . Homer Bird, Contact man lor the Empire Bottling W'orks ..... ..... Christine Eliot, owner ol a roadside refreshment stand ..,... ...... Mrs. Van Dyke. a sellfniade niillionairesf' ...,.....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.l ..... Deane Vwfehster, her niece ,,,,, ................... . . ,,,,.....,. .... . .. .. Theodore Vv'ehster. her nephew .........,.. ,,,,.,..,. ,.,.... Mr. Beasley, caretaker for the Van Dyke estate ........ SYNOPSIS OP PLAY ...,..,Harold Beal ...Elmer johnson .Lillian Kirsehner .Mildred Snyder .....Chlora Clapp .....,Everett Miracle .......Austin Ehie Aft l The interior of Christine Eliot's refreshment stand, on the State Road. A morning in lvlay. Aet Il The same. An afternoon ll month later. Aet lll The same, Evening of the same day. PLAKII4 The interior of Christine Eliot! refreshment stand, on the State Road. TIM I-, The present. 'll Will. l Vv'on't," was presented hy the junior Class of Creston High School on April 8 and 9, l932. fPagc Fortyft maj .-....-.P i....-..iY A wwa'Se-.-.- The Stor "Sound Your Horn," a farce comedy in three acts, was full of catchy comedy. Whether one has hitchfhiked or learned the highway from hehind the wheel of the latest sport model eight, theyid delight in this play of Christine's wayside refresh' ment stand. The play offered interesting contrasting roles in those of Mr. Angus and Beasleyg the one suave and successful, the other hlundering and inefficient. Homer Bird, who hlundered ador' ingly after cute Etta furnished plenty of laughter. At times thc irresistible Phyllis and Drusilla, drinking their way through the list of soda pop, touched the funny hone. But the real focus of interest was Christine who leased land for her refreshment stand from Mrs. Van Dykes agent. Wheii Mrs. Van Dyke, who refused to have anything so "lowfhrow" as a stand on her property, set out to repudiate the lease and disposses Christine, she found that she had a person to reckon with entirely differ- ent froin the wealth-worshipping group to whom she'd heen accustomed. Christine discovered unexpected allies in Deane and Theodore, niece and nephew of Mrs. Van Dyke. Romance and comedy work well to an end which proved just right. Chris' tine proved to he a Vassar graduate and a business woman but not too husinessflike to fall in love with Ted, and Homer Bird got his Etta Lamh. fPage Fortyftlireel l Wk fine Aagygtgrlmm Junior Class Pla Hal Row?-Melbourne Ecker, Robert Schlegel, Edward Kirschner, Harley Miracle. flnd Row!-Mary Stebbins, Nellie Carter, Evelyn Wriglmt, Franres Gantz. Hrd Row!-Alice Carpenter, Miss Mellvnine, Helen Lee. Dr. Anthony King Play Cast Mr, Howard .,,.......,.l.,,.,, . Carney Underwood, 'lr ,.,,,.. Elliot Fletcher .,............. Lucille Owen ...... ,Ioan Stevens Lynn Patton .... .. Glad Howard ,.,,.. Mrs, Stevens ....., Dezm Vvfillis ..,.. Georgette .,,.... SYNOPSIS OF PLAY Edward Kirsch ner .,.,....Hurley lvliracle ....Rol'1ert Schlegel ,Melbourne Ecker ,.,.........Helen Lee .,,Alice Carpenter ......Frunces Cunt: ,...,.Mz1ry Stehhins ..,.,Evelyn Vv'right .....Nellie Carter Act l Room in an girls' hoarding school, A liricluy night in midfwinter. Act ll--The faune scene. Il month later nliternoon. Act lllfThe mine scene, it ia u continuation of Act fPage Forlyflovwil F I -Q--I I l I Y....9uMe .I V k 5 Q fn: reruns .9 H S E5 E Q2 Q2 E 2 V, The Story Lucille Owen Qoan Stevensj a young college girl, campused for low grades, wants to go to a house party. She dis' covers her cousin Qoanj, her exact double, and gets her to come to the school for the week end. While there Ioan sprained her ankle and was laid up for a month. Meanwhile Lucille goes to Florida and marries carney Under' wood, jr. Glad, a jealous girl, tries to block the budding romance between the young school doctor and his patient. The grandmother of Lucille and joan comes to the school and discovers that Joan is an impostor. Dr. King, the school doctor, has fall' en in love with Joan. He wants to start a hospital for children and when Mrs. Stevens comes, he thinks his chances are ruined, but she gives him money to car' ry on his work and he and joan are to he married. fPage Fortyffitfel .-.-.-.l ill tee Keele! ....Z'lQfQf.f Short Story Elmer johnson, 21 member of the Senior Class, wrote Z1 short story which was to he sent in to the County Superintendenfs office. As it has not been judged yet we cannot give results. Declamation Lillian Kirsehner, :i member of the Senior Class, represented Creston High School at the deelzimzition contest held at Shreve, December 2, 1931. She won third place and received a bronze medal for her excellent rendition. The name of her deeluinution was b'WhCl1 Ma Rogers Broke Loose." Oration Creston wus represented at the Orutorical Contest by Roy Amstutz. It was held ut Smith' ville, Fehruziry 9, 1932. Roy received fourth place by his splendid representation, the name of which was "The Big Brother." As Roy is only ai Freshman we hope he will do hetter in the next three years. fPage Fovtyfsixil 8 r. h.-.- k A YW' - K Q Ts.:--:-.i--.sua 500+ - i-.-..s KW? AUSQEIFMAL .f Debate Team list Row?-Roy Amstutz, Robert Meyers, Miss Mcllvaine, Homer Nlillct. 12nd Rowl-Frances Gantz, Marjorie Wriglit, Freeda Edington, Chlora Clapp, Lois Miller. Creston High School can rightfully feel proud of the people who represented her in debate. They took second place in the county, The affirmative went to Chester the evening of March 18. They won unanimously. The negative team stayed at home and won over Fredericksburg by a unanimous vote. The next Friday night. the 27th, the negative team went to Smithville and the Smithville negative came to Creston. Both Creston teams defeated their opponents unanimously. They were then eligible to enter the final round on Tuesday evening, March 29. Our Affirmative team traveled to Appleereelc and was defeated by a 2 to l decision, The negative team stayed at home and defeated Chester by a vote of Z to I. They made a splendid showing under the faithful coaching of Miss lvicllvaine, Each member of each team did his part well and deserves special eommendation. The af' Hrmative side of the question was upheld by Chlora Clapp, Freeda Edington, Robert Myers, and Marjorie Wriglit as alternate: the negative by Lois Miller, Frances Gantz, Roy Amstutz, and Homer Miller as alternate. The question debated was, Resolved: that the several states should enact legislation adopt' ing a plan of Unemployment Insurance. fpage Fortyfxevenil L.-my IME Allgnglllkllkb regex , , , K Tana-ma M006 A 'W -.-. French and Latin Club I I. C ,, ,M f I 4 ' 1, ., TW N... il., g..,.l...., ....t .. ,,....... ..r,t...,..,..,...J.. ,L......Jt.., .X .,.. .. ..,.. NL, ,. ,, . -W ,.. 3 r' w rr' K ,ti 1. .N--,V--f-H Y T... .,.. W , .s f - I A ,, af... .,.,.t ...,-.,. , ,.,,, . ,, Qx ., . , tt... tlst Row!-Beryl Gliem, Margaret Reis Elmer Johnson, Hazel Metz, Mary Stebbins, Everett Miracle, Freedu Edington, Eleanor Gitfen, Verda Nletz, LaVonne Conkey, Helen W'ayt, Christopher Cameron, Ira Kissinger. 12nd Row!-Lloyd Beal, james Ernst, Gladys Kreischer, Edward Kirschner, Evelyn Wright, Mildred Snyder, Russel Schlnnllinger, Margaret Syl-tes, Bertha Garrison, Kathryn Benjamin, Harvey Linder. Grd Row!-Lillian Kirschner, Wilnia Jeffers, Roy Amstutz, Betty Meyers, Mar'orie Wri ht, Virginia Snyder, Eileen Fetzer, Lorna Mnmaw, Selma Jeffers, Helen Herman, Dorothy Strong, Miss Alscforf. Nth Row!-Florence Krause, Emerson Metsker, Alice Carpenter, Glenn Sonnedecker, Lois Miller, Waylie Orr, Thelma Lehman, Homer Miller, LaVonne Benjamin. Mnrroa-!'Ad asm: per axpemf' COLORS- Rulmcm ct album. The Latin II class organized as thc Latin Club with a nlcmhciship of liftccn. Betty Meyers was chosen prcsidcnt and Virginia Snyder sccrctaryftrcasurcr, We voted tn retain the old motto and colors. ln Dcccmhcr an initiation party was held lm' the Latin l class, thus raising our mcinhcrship to twcntyfnnc. Later thc cluh was entertained by thc Latin l class at thc school hnnsc. Under Miss Alsdnrlk leadership wc hope tn cc-mc through our Latin in line shape. Lcs Hihoux dc Nuit organized early in the fall: they elected the following officers: Lois Miller, president: Kathryn Benjamin, vice president: Mildred Snyder, secretary. We had our first party late in April, then we thoroughly initiated the French l class. lPt1ge Frirlyfeiglitl we Aarwm - A Orchestra ilst Rowl-Dorothy Strong, Glenn Sonnedecker, Howard Fulton, Robert Strong, Edward Kirschner, Lois Miller, Isabelle Buchanan, Homer Miller. Qnd Rowi-Emerson Rugh, Bertha Garrison, Catherine Fulton, Grace Grunder. Robert Meyers, Lillian Kirschner, Eleanor Giffen, Margaret Ecker, Lloyd Beal, Howard Miirray. Q The Creston High Orchestra began practicing the Hrst week of school under the direction ol our former music instructor, Mr. Young. The orchestra has furnished music lor various en' tertainments, such as junior'Senior4 class plays and Debate. The High School and community can well he proud of this hne group ol musicians and the type of music they play. Their success has hcen due to the faithful instruction of Mr. Harry Young and to the regular practices every Thursday. Harry Young Conductor ...... ...,. Lillian Kirschncr Eleanor Gitfen Robert Myers Margaret Ecker Piano ......,. .... - - W Emerson Rugh Vmhm "" i"' X Bertha Garrison Grace Grunder Catherine Fulton IGlenn Sonnedecker Saxophones .... ...... l Dorothy Strong Howard Fulton Drums -----A- ....... R obert Strong Clarinets .... Egrariililllgrscllner Robert Schlegel Corners ----,. Howard Nlurray Lloyd Beal Tromhoncs-WmWm-U-W--mu Homer Miller lsahel Buchanan 1QPagr Fortyfninel l. i .-.is TCW? ANNUAL Parent-Teacher Association At the last meeting of the Parent Teacher Association in the spring of 1931, it was decided to serve hot lunches the next school year. A committee consisting of Mrs. Frank Buchanan, Mrs. Floyd Myers, Mrs. Floyd Benjamin, Mrs. Boor, and Mrs. Ed Bowman was chosen. During the summer they made visits to different schools where lunches were served in the past and secured all the information possible. The first meeting of the P. T. A. of the present school year was held in October. At this meeting the committee and the officers of the P. T. A. decided to start the hot lunches as soon as arrangements could be made. With the treasury of the associf ation practically empty and a lot of equipment needed, a serious problem confronted them. The Canaan Grange Lyceum Play was given for the beneht of the P. T. A, and the Cemetery Association. With the funds received from this play as much needed equipment as possible was purchased. Hot lunches were started November 23, 1931. The cafeteria plan of serving was chosen which proved to be the most desirable. Unly enough profit to pay for the cost of preparation was added to the cost of the material. Mrs. Ruby Earl was hired to act as chief cook. Many mothers have taken their turn in the kitchen in helping Mrs. Earl, thus reducing the cost of preparation to a mini' mum. Mrs. Earl has proved herself very desirable and efficient. Her menus have been carefully planned and prepared. The association decided instead of serving free milk to the undernourished child' ren, as was done last year, to serve free lunches to the needy children. With the aid received from different individuals and church organizations free lunches were started shortly after the holiday vacation. The faculty put on a play, "The Mystery of the Third Gable," the proceeds of which were given to the free lunch fund. A careful survey was made and lunches were served to about twenty children. The P. T. A. wishes to thank all those who in various ways have given their aid and support to make the serving of hot lunches a success. It is the plan of the associf ation to serve lunches again next year. They hope to be better equipped and render more efficient service. ROY GRUNDER. fPagr Fifiyj argon F I 1011.- E ll vt Y ?..:...:..:- I E we algnyuae ALUM I Robert Sykes ......,.,......,.,.,...,..........,,,,,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. Cedric Carpenter-Filling Station ...................,.,., Eugene Lichty-Bookkeeper for Lumber Co .......A,. William Ritzi+Jeweler .....,.......,....,................,. Allen Slater ............ ,.........,.,.......... Clarence Nortonf-Bank .........,........, , Helen Lichty Laport-housewife ..,..,.. Doris Mcllvaine-teacher ....,.........., Ruth Cole-teacher .........,...ww...,............,.,.,.., Dale Grunder-Lease agent .....,.,,...............,,..., Marjorie Stutzman Corbett-Stenographer ......... Bernice Jeter Carter-housewife ...........,.,........ Olga Zeh-at home ........,.................,...... Allena Shaw Witsaman-whousewife ,.,,.. Donald SnellfStore manager .,........... Paul Miller-Law school ..,.....,.....,............ Mary Russell Cerstenslager-housewife ..,..,. CLASS of 1923 Orpha Fletcher-at home ...........,....,.,..,,...........,,........ Barbara Lewis Bixler-Filling Station ....... Flora Riley ...,.,................,......,... .........l Ralph Riley ......l.,,,e...........,,......,,e........,,.. Margaret Winters Boatzfhousewife ...., Margaret Bowman Ream-housewife ........,, Mildred Jordan ....................,........,,.,........,, Anna Kineh NortongMusic teacher ........ Emma Curry Mcllvainefhousewife ,.... Willis Harman ......,............., .........,. Helen Sell-match factory ..,.............., Jennie Henry Anshutz-housewife .,.,.,,. Jessie Gingry .,.,,,,,.......,...i,,,,,,,...,,,i,,,,,,,,,, Ruth Steele McCracken-housewife ........., Harold Carter-Basket Factory .....,.,.. Ray YonkerfOhio Boxhoard ..,... Walter KneppfUndertaker .... fl-'age Fifty-OHCJ ,Qywc ' "H l' nano. ' 4 ..,..,iTrona, Calif. ........,.i..,e..Creston, O San Diego, Calif. .....,...,eParma, O, .,,.,.,.....Deceased ,..,.....Rittman, O. .........Salem, Oregon ........,Creston, O. .,,........Akron, O, ,....,...Wooster, O. .......Barberton, O. .,.....Creston, O. .........Wooster, O. ,...,.Cleveland, O. .....,..,.Lander, Wyo. .,....Columlwus, O. .......Creston, O. ..,.......Creston, O ....Applecreek, O. ....,.......Akron, O. ........,Toledo, O. ......,Massillon, O. ,..Wadsworth, O. .,.,....,.Creston, O. .,,,.,,..Rittman, O. .....,,,.....Wooster, O, ....,.....Youngstown, O. i,.....Wadsworth, O. ,...,.....Creston, O, .......Creston, O. ...,i..Rittman, O. ...,...Creston, O. ......,Rittman, O. ...,..,.Wooster, O. VY nan lhivltf D 'l,- - oat ' Q 'rag Amana! if i Q is W- CLASS of 1924 Madge Bowman Hannah eHousewifc .........w... .A....... Edna Meyers Willl2lII1S-f Housewife ...,.. Leoma Hoff -Teacher ,,,Y..,.....,............, Agnes Bowers Pfouts---Housewife ,,,,,, , Faye Grunder Teacher ,......,.,.,.... Mae Caskey fBookkeeper .........,,v. Thelma Darr Mauer Teacher .......................... Stanley Dohner Goodrich Rulwher Wmirker .... .,.A Miriam Dulin jordan fHousewife ........,.,....... john Fouchem Farmer ..,..............,,,rr,,,.,. . Annahelle Wilkiiisciii if-Stenographer ..... Gertrude Galentine Fisher ..,...,.....,,r.,............ Harry Hanna Garage and Gas Wells .,,r,.e Ruth Irvin Teacher ,,,r........,,,,.. .........,.,. Louise Lawton Ewing Housewife ,,.,t, Huldah Leaman Sheets Housewife ...,,, Valaire Manning ,,..,,.......,,.,e,,,,,.....,., Mary Long Leslie ...,.....,,.et,,,,,,..........,,,... Grace Mcllvaine Teacher ....,,.....,,....,,,..,.... Florence Sykes -Cashier Pure Milk Co ....... Helen Gwen Met: Housewife ....cc,t.,,., , CLASS of 192 7 Emmet Adams Wfmrks in Basket Eactoryu, .......Burhank, ........Columbus, .....,..Creston, .........Crest0n ..,..,,,Creston, ....,..,...Orrville, .,.....Jeromesville, ....,...W21dSWOfth ...,.........Seville, .......,Creston, ..,.....Creston, ........Willa1rd, ...,,,.Burhank, ........,..Rittman, a O O O , O O O O O O O O O O O .,......jeromesville, O ,....,.....Rittman, O ..,..,.VVooster, O , ,,.... Miami, Ela ,,..,.Springfield, O .......,..,Akron, O ,ci.iaCo1igress O ........Creston, Lois Carpenter Ohio Farmers Insurance Co ..,....... .,..,,., ,,,,,.,,i,...,.,., C r eston Louise Carpenter Knepp Wcmrks in Physician' Maude Elverwine Sliankland Eroliech ,,,,.....,.... Daisy Fullerton McEwenf Housewife ..,..,... Evelyn Eike Carnahan- Housewife Leon Guthrie D. M. Keeney Co ......, Dorothy Knepp Adams 'Housewife i...,, Wzirreii Knepp Basket Factory ..,... Lee Marshall Teacher ....., ..,,,,,,,,, Viola Ringler Slater Housewife ........... Helen Snell Housework i,i.,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,, Hazel Yoder Salt Wrurks fRittmanQ ..,...... Mary Murrey Snyder .,.,......,i,.,,.,ii...,,,.,i,,,, Earl Long' fSwift and Co .,.,,.. Earl Metz- Professor ,,,,.i,,.. I'Page Fiftyflwoj s Office ..... ,..............,,.... C reston .New Philadelphia ..,,,.,,,...,....Creston, ...c.,..Sterling, s s O O O Q o O O .........Cleveland, O .m.....Crcston .........Creston, .......Freinont, .......Woostcr, ,..,,,Wo0ster, Creston, New Philadelphia, Vernon ,..,..Congress, a a O O O O O O O O O anna l.-....-.l Virginia Sellers Long-Housewife .................... Dwight MillerfManager meat market ..,............ Rohert NortenfOhio Boxboard Co., Rittman ,,,. . Lillian RussellfBoxhoard, Rittman ,.,.,,iY..,.....,... Francis Ritzi ..,..............,..,.,..................,....,..... Gayle Mcllvaiiie Allen ...,.....,.,..,...... Josephine White ......,.............Y,,........., Ralph Metz-Farmer--Bus driver .,,s.,... Harry Keck-Farmer ......,..,...,............. Harry Sykes-Chemist ..,..,...,.,,......... Roy Wehhflleal Estate .....,.,.,....,,,.... Charlotte Repp Howellfflousewife ...... Victor Zeh-Farmer .v.s.................,.,...,....................... CLASS of 1927 Elizaheth BuchananfPhotographer Snyder's Studion, William Beal .......,.......................... .,YV....... ......,.............. Dorothy Black Walker-Hcmusewife ........................... Anna Bogard-Box Board Co. QRittmanJ ...... Dorothy Broomall-Beauty Shop ................. Velma Boley DuleyfHousewife ............... Agusta Fissell Harrison--fHousewife ..... Laura Ellen Goembel ........................... LaVene Grunder... ohn Goembel ,.,....,. Willard Hostetler .................., .. .... ....i............... . ., Nona Hartzler ,.,.......................,.......,.,.,......,.......... jay KinchfChio Box Board Co. fRittmanj ......... Grace Irvin-Teacher ...,..,..,.,,....,.,........,.,............... Lois Lehman ...,.............,..,,..,.............. .,..,.. Nellie Long L0vefHousewife .....,....,. Erma Mower FetzerfHousewife ..,..,. Bernice Miller Peoples .......,............. Roy Pinkley ......,........... fPage Fiftyftlweel ..,..,,,....,Rittman ..........Creston, P101 I QUFZCFZZEZQZQQD I ' q05'r'oQ:,gggOOOvEc:' 1 I -14 '.1.vQ::-f'1:,52."DC?,Ec.Q Kcgmmgvgzv wma-gig Cn"'Q- AE' 'Tl O- :M 1 fTZL,eS?5iaQQS99PfmeE QTTEEQSQQWESQQQ 5525? Rwllfiaii sagaigwwglnwrerl i .,.. .. 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O ..,.,....Wmxuster, . ,,,,,tWcwostcr, O. ...,...,..Barherton, O. .,.....Rittman, O. .,.,.,.Creston, O. .......Creston, O. ..Homerville, O. ...,...........Toledo, 0. ....,..,..Boston, Mass. .,....VVooster, O. ,....,,Creston, O, .....,.Creston, O. ....,..Creston, O. ,......Creston, 0. ..,......Rittman, O. ....Boston, Mass. .lil-.llWadsworth, O. ....,i.Creston, O. ..........Columhus, O. .........Creston, O. i luaosevx- 3 Q 6 2 5 THE ANIMQAL l -..NS S if ' LaVonne Fletcher .....,., Donald Reece ,7,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Emmett Reece .,.,..A...A....A.,,,.Av,.,,,.... J 70035 Russell Repp' Ilank Elevator ..,.....AAA. .. Paul Ritzi Jeweler ...,.....,.,......,,.,.,,..,,,,,,, Helen Zeh Teacher at Madisonhurg .,...,.. Allen Romieh Funeral Director ........,.,.. CLASS of 192 S .,,....tCreston, O ......,Burhank, O ,....,Burhank, O ,.......Creston, O ..,,.,t,Creston, 0 .......Wocister, O .,.....Flushing, O O lrene Barker Nurse .,,. ,,,,,,.. . , ,....,, ,,,,... ............... .,....,,..,.. A k 1 'on, Paul Beal Service Station ,,....... Fred Beaver Restaurant .,,,,......... Gherine Edingtonf' at home ,,,..... Jeannette Eshelman College ..... Forest Fetzer Farmer .......... lfertrude Foueh ,,,,,,,,.e,..,A..e..,,e,,,, George Grunder ,,.,,....,.......,.......... Mae Henry Hart Housework ....,.. Ethel Irvin Teacher ......,,...,......... Mary Lawton Boxhoard ...,..,,e,,,.e,, George Mcllvaine 'Claseote Co ,,,,,,,. Mildred Means- 'Office work ......... , Waird Gller Farmer ,,,,.,.............. Harriet Patterson 'Teacher .,..... Maxine Repp. ,,..,.,...........,eiie,, 7 Edith Smith., ..................,i,..,.,.,. ,, Marlc Vanzilt ',,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,r,,ee.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Leva Vsloodward 'Watitress, Westville Inn ........ Pearl Yonlcer i,,,.i,...e.,,....,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i, .,,, CLASS of 1929 Ralph Aulcerman Filling Station .,,,.,,,ee,,,,,,e,,,e,,,,,,,,,, Beulah Beal at home ,,,,,,,,,, ,, i,,,,,,e ,, Marion Carpenter at home .,ii...,.e. Ida Carter 0'Neil's, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Floyd Darr Farmer ,,,,,t,.., ....,..,.,,,,.,,,i,e,.e,,, Rolwert Gerstenxhlager Meat Market .....,.. Loretta Gleim Maurer Housewife ......., . Gladys Hoff Hostetler Housewife ......, Avery Kineh""Ghio Boxhoard ,,......... . ,leannette Morrow at home e....,.. Eldora McDonald ..,.,,e,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Beulah Smith BestfHousewife ...,.,. Floyd Snell 'Ohio Boxhoard ,,,,,.,, Nellie Wehlw" Stenographer ...,. . Glenn Wcwlfert -at home ....ii , fpage Fiftyffou ..,.....Barherton, C .e....,.,,..e.Crestoii, O O .,....,.,..U.,e,Creston, Marysville, Tenn O ......,,v..Creston, .,,.e,.iCreston, U ,.,,.,VVooster, O .,,,....Creston, C ........Creston, O ,,.e...Rittman, O ,..,....Cleveland, O ,,,,.t,,Cleveland, O .,......Creston, .,....West Salem, O ,,,..,..,.Creston, O O O ,.,e.,.,e,Creston, .,.e.,.,Creston, C ..,i.,,.,Leroy, O O ......,.Creston, .e,,..e.Creston, O ,,,,....Creston, O .,,.....Creston, O ,.,,......Akron, O ,,,,,.,Burbank, O ...,,...Creston, C .......VV'ooster, O e,i,.i,.Creston, O .........,Creston, O .......,,.Creston, O Ness City, Kans .,....Cleveland ......,.Creston OOOO ......,,Ler0y, ......,.Creston, .hgsnit Dunn: ngnam , vt iUV""""""'Q Q 9 Ewemwsifuau Norris BixlerfClerk ............ Lola Bowmaneat home .,..,.,.,.,... Virginia Black-Housewife ........ Nita Clapp-Clerk ................. Emmet Dravenstotte ...............,........ Txxl CLASS of 1930 Clinton CvattshallfCollege .............,.. Jean Cvrunder-Beauty Specialist ........ Harry Hawk ..............,.......,....,.,.,.,,,... Mildred Holfmansat home .....,r, Marjorie Kail ..,..,....,.......,,..,.,.,,,,.4 William Kissingerfliarmer .,.v....,.., jean Lawton-Ohio Boxhoard .,..,,r,.. Miles McDonaldfFarmer .w......w,.... Ruth MillerfCollege ,.......w..... Harold Miracle .,.......................... Winnifred Morrow-at home ....... Linnie Owenfat home ..............,,.. Ereell Russell Angelo ..rr,..,.,.,..,,,....,r,., Sylvia Scholl-Ohio Insurance Co Lois Stoll--at home ....,...Ys,.,.,,,Y,..,,,Y,t. Raymond Sykesfliarmer .,... Wayxie Stoll ................ Ruth Sykes-at home .... Harold Fetzer .........,.... Cladys Vanzilc ,.,.,.,.,.s Bertha Bartholomay ................. Virginia StehhinsiCollege ......... Clenn Amstutz-Salesman .....,..., Edythe Guthriefat home ....... Welcome PloughgCollege ,.,... Paul Beaverffiillixig Station ...... Annabelle Wiiikler--zit home ..,..,., Hugh Buchanan ...................,,.,. Lucille Irven+College ...,... Dorothy Dulin ....,.,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Ruth Fouch-Beauty Parlor ....... Earl Hoisington-Farmer ......... CLASS of 1931 U-'age Fiftyffuejl Creston, O. t...Creston, O. .,..,,.Wcioster, C, .....,..Creston, O. .........Orrville, O. ........Wooster, O. ..,..............Florida .........Creston, O. ..,.,,..,Creston, O. .....,.Norwalk, O. .........Creston, O. ........Rittman, C. ..,i,...Ness City, Kan. ........Wooster, O. .........Creston, O. .........Creston, O, .........Creston, O. .,.,,.,.Wocuster, O. .....,,.,.,LeRoy, C. i....,,..Creston O. , c..,....,Creston, O. Creston, C. ...,..,..Creston, O. , rv,.,Y,, Creston, O. ,....i,Wooster, O. ,c,..c,..Creston, C. v,...,,.Wcxvster, C. ,i..,,i.Wnioster, O. .Y.......Creston, C. ...,...Anderson, Ind. ,i,Y,..,.Crcston, O. .,....,...Chippewa Lake ................Creston, O. Manchester, Ind. .........Creston, O ........Wooster, O. .......,.Creston, O. use 1-2.9 EEWE AQEWMA W Luulln 1'r.mks ,,,. ., Ellcn Cxlrpcmcr Bunk, ....,A1u'on, U, .,n,C1'cstm1, U. Dorn C111tts1m11.. .,,,,,,,.,,,.,,. ,.,.. ....., C r cston, U. Ucurggc S11uwz11tc1' dcccaxscd ,,,,, ,,,,,. C Trcston, O, 10141 Buwmzm ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, .,,,., C frcston, O, Allen Srcclur , ,,,,,, Creston, O, Ruth Huwkxvuy ',,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ..,... Creston, U. Loom Uluim f1UVCl'l1CSS,, ,,,,,,,,, F1orid.l 1893 1396 19134 19011 1899 19111 19115 mum Cmisruw 1-111:11 SKIIHDUL .wh 1-1. 1,1"U1,1,1'lW11l1H,XX'1'1l1R,X1311.X1117 C111I.15R1',N Wllll Hwrs f1R.Xl5l1.-X'1'1Il7 Vmnic Kcrr Klcnscmcr Zaman 1JLlV1L1Sl1I1 130111, ,.,..,,,, , Mnmic 1V1c11vz1inc Broomall Num f2.ZCl' Scllcrs ,,..,., ,. 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I-Q . . . . . . . . .S "I understand you ean't meet your creditors." "I donlt particularly want to." Mrs. Mann: "What on earth are you applauding that last singer for? I think she is terrible." Mrs. Ladd: "I know, but I like her gown and I want to sec it again." Perhaps the reason we do not think better of some people is because they already think so well of themselves. Being a saleslady in the millinery department one needs to be taetful. A saleslady said to a customer: "Now this hat makes you look ten years younger, Madam." Madam: "And when I take it off I shall look ten years older?" Master: "We must widen this garage door." Chauffeur: "But it is wide enough sir. A truck could easily get through." Master: "Yes, I know, but my wife got her driving license yesterday." Sue and her friend Shirley went to the races and Sue bet ten dollars on a horse named "Silk Stocking." The horse was a favorite and did fairly well in the first two heats, but in the third, the horse refused to run. Shirley tried to console Sue for her loss and was much surprised to hear her reply cheerfully: "Why, Shirley, it was worth ten dollars to see a silk stocking that Clidn't run." "Did you make the debating team?" "Nfnfno, they sfsfsaid I wfwfwasn't tftftall enough." "You have admitted Smith to your club? But he is such a bore." "Yes: we wanted somebody to grumble about." "Well, Bobby, what do you think of your new teacher?" "Oh, he is not bad in himself, but one canlt rely on what he says." 'LI'Iow is that?" "First he said 'two and two make four,' and then he said 'three and one make four' " fPage Fifty-ninel QQ Q Q Q Q 0,3 'Q Q'Q , Q... ....QQQ . Q Q Q..Q,-..-Q'Q:-+Q:Q.'-.Q ' Q Q - ' Q QQ.Q. QQ QQ, , Q Q v . . . Q . . . . . . Q 5 4 f' 0 4 ' v v v Q ,,v,,',. ., ..'.. QQ'QQ Q- 0, ' 0 ' . 2 -1 ' ' Q Q ,'. Q'--I-fI"I"Q"Q"4" "" ' 'S . , 1-Q Z. as :J Q Q 'Q' ,-Q J 1 C -- " f' 'Q . Q Q -. Q - - -' " C ' '. 5' .Q ,.. F 7 H , ... 3 . ' . , ... , . , .. . Q ... .. , A , . 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'U 'f Wheri If If If If If If If If If If If she If If If If If If If If she she her she she she she she she she she she her she she she she she WOMEN AND ELECTRICITY a woman is sulky and will not speak--fExciter. gets too excitedfController talks too longf-Interrupter way of thinking is not yours---Converter is willing to come half way-Meter will come all the way-Receiver wants to go furtherfDispatcher wants to go still further!-Conductor wants to he an angclfTransformer wants chocolzltesflseeder sings wrong fTuner is in the country!--Telegrnpher is il poor cookADischarger cats too much-Reducer dress unhooksfConnecter is wrong4fRectifier is cold to youfHez1ter gossips too much--Regulator fumes and sputters-Insulator becomes upset-Reverser. R. R. Agent fclining at small town hoteljz "Wliy does that dog sit there .ind watch me all the time?" Wzliterz "You've got the plate he usually ents from, sir." fPage Sixtyfmiej 4 o v n v v Q '4"a"4 a Q Q ss. 5. 0.0 U24 3 Ii . 0.0 0,4 sto 0,0 O30 024 .f. 0,4 0:4 z .SQ 31 O30 J. O24 0:0 4 . ...Q o Q.. .3. .:. 31 080 : 3. .3. .:. .!. . . use 0:9 O80 0:0 ego use use use 3. -2' . . .3 .g..g .'..' o av v o oovoo qv o v vovovovoo vooooovoeooo Q evo A 1 E Com liments o Z P I gg IRA E, SQNNEDECKER .3. 4. QICLER 8? WEIR 'S' 'I' . . k I 131 3' Taxr Service Auto Storage BARBER SHOP Q31 131 I3I 131 Trucking and Coal Friendly Service 131 131 PRESTON GHIO 231 CRESTON, OHIO .J , 3 .:. 3 .3. : -L ::::"': :zzz .xznz--:Q-x--1-'xzzzzxzk --:wx--2'-1 ::::::::::::::: ::::.:::'-:--:- It's easier to do a thing right than to explain why you did it wrong. Home is a place where a man could do exactly as hc pleased if it wasnt for his wife. 'kWell, dad, I just ran up to say hello." "Too late, son! Your mother ran up to say hello and got all my change." Professor fspeaking on phonej: "You say that Horace Francis has a had cold and will not be able to attend school today. Who is this speaking?" Voice Qhoarselyj: "My father." An old Scot purchased a radio set, and his friends came around a short time after- ward to inquire how he liked it. "Weel," said Sandy, "it's alricht to listen to, but them bulbs are nae so good to read by." Clerk: "I'd like to have you raise my salary." Bow: "Well, don't worry. I've managed to raise it every week so far, haven't I?" Helen: "It must be three years since I saw you. I hardly knew you 'you have aged so." Evelyn: "Well, I wouldnt have known you either except for the dress." oo Acco The I. G. A. Store CRFSTON , OHIO Here you will get the benefits of chain store wholesale buying. Ask for I. G. A. labeled goocls. They are of the highest quality and at a cheap price. Come in and inspect what we have to offer in the food line. I. W. HARMAN, Prop. 01000100fovvvvvovooovnooovooooovooveoooooooonoooooooovovonvvooo 4o"o"o"a'4a'ouo'o'oo oeonoo4o'4'o4ooooafaooaaa ooaaaoaaz aaooaooooooooono' Hinge Szxtyftwozl 0000 0000000000 0000000000000 0000000 0000000 000 0 0' I 4 I 0 0 O O 4 O I 0 O 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 I I 0 0 0 0 .0 I 0',O..l'.:,.0..0.'l',0'.0..l..0,':..0,,0',4.0 .0.,0.5..!'.l..0..4'.:,,0.'x..0..0. vvvvwavovoovoovvovvovooooqovvvovoooocava4QvoQvvovvovnoo,v6v.ovo6ooo0o0o0v' v.0.0.0..506..3.QQ..'.'...u.n.0.u.4nu...4004..4..0......fv.44f.:..0.0.0.0...4......................'4,4.4Q.w,v4+v.0,f.4vtefcaosftut 444444 'Q 5 30.00. 40.0. 4 A . appreciate the patronage o our advertisers, or they have rnade this book possible. :iz We as ou to lease remember them while sho iiiff. ff: ......................................... .,............,........... .......,.,.,.,..,..,.,..,.,..,..,..,.,..,.,..,.,..,.,.,....,..,..,..,..,..,....,.,..,.,..,.,..,..,.,..,.,.g..,..,.,..,..,..,..,.,.,.,..,.,..,.., .,.,..,.,..,., .......,.., Lpage Sixtyfthreel 4 o vsvovov o oooovovv 1 oono ova v nuevos vvvoeoo ovvov asa 44 eassasss one sooo ooanaoaoos u Ch evrolet 5 7 21 POINTS OF SUPERIORITY FOR 1932 1, A smooth, six cylinder, 60fhorsef power engine. '7 of to 70 miles per hour with fast acceleration. , Silent SyncrofMesh gearfshifting. 'u J 4. Simplified Free Wheeliiig. 7. Four hydraulic shock ahsorhers. 6. Powerful, long wearing, 4fwheel hralces. 7. Sturdy front and rear axles. S 9. Downfdraft carlwuretion with heat control. . Stahilized front fender design. lfl. De luxe wire wheels and large half loon tires, 11. Smart, cornfortalwle Fisher lwodies. 12. Distinctive modern appearance. 13. A variety of heautiful Duco colors. 14. Nonfglare windshield. li. Completely equipped instrument panel. 16. lnsulated driver's compartment. 17. Easily adjusted driver's seat. 18. Lowest priced six cylinder car. 19. Lowest operating cost of any car. 20. Liheral Owner's Service Policy. 21. Product of General Motors. Tyler Chevrolet Sales CRESTON, OHIOJPHONE 61 'riifi1:RIi,fxTAMERlctANVALUE ' . . . . . . .,,.,,.,,,,.,,. .,,.,,.,,,,. .,,.,,, . ,.,,.,,.,,,,.,.g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.1 6 . , , 3 0 3. .' . Z. .. COULD YOU IMAGINE? 3: 12: Solly Hartzler dancing with Mildred ' ' Snyder? IH 1t1OH-- ' I Howard Fulton with ruhher heels on his f shoes? 's l ' iorl Vs hest sel 'starter ' , . 1 tu M L lc ' Boh Myers the heavyfweight hoxing ' champion? ?15fWmg5 E Elmer johnson having perfect attend' . I in account ' 'mu' Lois Miller not smiling? 's wood si n . . . I a -" g Alice Bomlvarfer not having golden R 5 . . . 3 , .7 of amhmon A lmkb- "' Eleanor Ciffen without dim ales? 0 l START ONE TODAY! ,zo Austin Ehie not lacing in mischief? 'Q' , . , , ' . ff' Freeda Edington joining the tat ladies STEBBINS BANKING CO. Circus? :ff CRESTON, OHIO :ff Miss Mac.: 'LEllis, what are the two :if sides of man?" 9:0 1 :-: ' : . x : z . 1 ' . . . 1 : z . . . z z : :-:-':0:'-:'-i- Ellis M.: "Inside and Outside." llPi1ge Sixtyffoml "Satisfaction Since 188-4 " Cood Clothes for lkflen, Vxfomen, cmd Children F REEDL DERS WOOSTER, GI-HO 'eo ooovvv oo 1 'qv' one eoqvv ev Q qv . vs" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."."."!"!".".'. .'."."r'."."!".". . . . . . . . . . . Wife: "Dear, tomorrow is our tenth wedding anniversary. Shall I kill the turkey?" Huhhy: 'kNo, let him live: he didn't have anything to do with it." "I woke up last night with a startg I thought my wristfwatch was gone." "Well, was it?" "No, hut it was going' Dentist Qto patient who is opening his pursej: "No, don't hother to pay me in advance." Patient: uI'm not. I was only counting my money hefore you gave me gas." Mr. Frey was husily engaged with a spade in the mud heside his car when .1 stranger hailed him. "Stuck in the mud?" he asked. "Oh, no!" replied Mr, Frey cheerily. "My engine died here and I'm digging a grave for it." An old negro woman came to her mistress the day hefore she was to he married and asked her to keep her savings for her. "But why do you want me to take care of your money?" asked her mistress. "I thought you were going to get married tomorrow." "So I is, Missus, hut do yo' s'pose I'd keep all dis money in de house wid dat strange man?" P- Herhert, jr.: "Papa, there's an old man standing on the corner holding out his hasket and crying. Please give me a dime for him." Unsuspeeting Dad: "Here you are, son. What's he crying ahout?" "I-Ierhert, jr.: "Balloons! Balloons! Three for a dime." Mother: "Wliere did you get your chewing gum, Charles?" Charles Arnold: "I hought it on the way to Sunday School." Mother: "Why you know Mother does not like you to huy chewing gum on Sunday." Charles Arnold: "But, Mother, I had to. Daddy gave me a dime hefore I went and I had to spend a nickel so I'd have a nickel for Sunday School." Iljuge Sixtwfjit eil 4. . 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 r 4. 4. 0.0 . 4. 4. . . . .3 0. 4. 4. 4. 4. 'Z' 4. 4. . . . . 6,0 . 4. 4. . . . . 'I' 4. . 4. 4. 'I' 'I' 4. 'I' 4. . 4. 4. 4. 4. .in 4. . 1' . 'r 4. . 4. 0,0 4. 4. 4. 4' 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 0'o 4. 4. . . . . O 4. . . g.4.4.4.. 2. v 4" . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .4.4.4..,..,.4.4..,..,..,.. Q 44444.44 4 g..g. 1 .1 3 3 3 3 1.9.3.3 3 3 3 3 3 g..g..g.g 9.14.1 g 3.1.4 3 5.9.51 .g..g... . . . , . ...pq .g..g..g .g..g .g..g..g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..s. 0,0 0 0-.9 0.0 .2. V .g. 3 .5 4.4 , 4.4 fp ' .4 .5. Complmums of 5: Comphmems of ... .:. A .S. 'F 3. 3. ISI ICI-IN C. MURRAY AUKERMAN'S GARAGE '2' Ii Ig! 5. 31 3. .4 ' - - 3. DISTINCTIVE FUNERAL SERVICE Gas, Oil, GGHCTGI RCPCWWQ 6.0 0.4 0:4 .. z ' .,. jf: INVAi,nn CAI! SERVICE Located-118 C.C.C. Highway 15: 3 3 .4 434 'z' : 2 2 4.4 4.4 3: I . 3. 3, cREsToN, oiiio PHONE 76 Phone K 130 Creston, Ghlo 4f4 1 0? Z ,v. ' 44 4'4 4 4' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Father: "No, I will not have my daughter tied for life to a stupid fool." Harold B.: "Then, sir, don't you think I had hetter take her off your hands?" Vxfayne Orr: "Pa, what is a highway?" Pa: "It's the space hetween the hillhoardsf' Mrs. Uoodheart: "I am collecting for the church rummage sale. May I ask you what you do with your old clothes?" Mr. jeandrevin: "Certainly, certainly. I hang them up carefully at night, and put them on again in the morning." 4. 4 404 4 .4 4 4 4 .4. 4 .4. 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4. 4 4 4 4 .4 4 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4..4..4..4..4..4..4..4.,4..4..4..4..4, 4. 4 .4 4 40404040404, : 5 5 O 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 0 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 O 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 : ,. ., :lf Il: :iz Ili s. 4. :iz 12: 0:4 ozo :iz 25: 0:0 530 OzO 0:0 2 2 .:. ... .ff 3. 0:0 O30 Oz! 30 . . , ... rg I he Photographer 0,0 O'O :Q 6:0 . :Si 13: 3. f Ili . zz' Opposite Hotel YVooste1' 4.4 454 ... .:. C21 ISI .g. .24 ff: - - 3: .g. 36 years in the same location .3 3: I2 0:0 Og! . . 3: 9,0 0.9 z : .5 .:. 4 4 444444444444444444 444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 4444 .4..4 .4 . 4.4 . . .4 .44.44.44. . . 4.4 . . 4.44.44 44. . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . 4.44. . .44. 4.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.44. 4. 4. . .44.44.44. . 4.44.4 . 4.44.44.4 fljagc Sixtyfsixfl . O .:. 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" when the hostess introduced him to her, "I didn't get your name "I know you didnt," replied the old flame, uhut you tried Mziry Stebbins: 'Tm going to quit school." Anna Jane: "If you do, you will have wasted three years." Mary S.: "And if I don't, I'll waste four." .s..g..g..g..g.g 1.4 .g 3.4.4. g..g..g g..g.g.g..g..g..g..g. g .g..g 3.4 3.g..g.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g 1.4.1 3 g..g 1.1.1.4 1.4.1 3 pg g..g..g 1 ps 'tj je' REMEMBER-- ICE is one of the purest products delivered into the home. 2 ff: 131 It's cheaper to buy ICE than to spoil Food. 132 251 5. There is no substitute for ICE. SAFE SURE ECONOMICAL Leave orders at Creston Tire and Battery Shop. :sz I he M in glewood Coal 81 Ice Co. GENERAL OFI:ICE-WCJCDSTER, OHIO Q'1O'4O'9O'QO'0O'OO'O ' O'4 ' Q'QO'4 'Qt' 0 0,00,90'4C'Ob'0O'40.t0,00'1U'4 ' U, Q ,Qf'0 , fPage Sixty-sevfnl AAAAAAAvAoAoAAAoAovovvA+AoAAooAovoA A504 .AA .A.A.AA.A vnu. 0.0. .0046 .Anna 4.04 . 00.0. 5054.544 .AA 0 .A A voo4444444ov444444 4444444444444 '404 4 404'4 4 404 4 404'4 4 4 4'4 4 4 404 '4 4 4 404'4 4 4 4 404 4 252 121 .3. Iii Iii 4.4 121 C. L. ALJl,T D. l. MCILVAINE .f. 152 fl: 2 . 3, jzj Dealers m 2, 4.4 .QI jij john Deere and New Ideal .Y Implements 221 3. 'Sz 15: WAYNE FEEDS :lf 2. 4f4 If :ji Fertilizers, Lime, Fence, ete. 13: IE: jf: FARMERS SUPPLY CC. i'iioNi-1 107 eiLEsToN, o. 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Anna jane: "Uur engageinent is ended and don't you dare ask ine to return your ring," Paola M.: "I won't, lwut the jeweler prohahly willf' Lillian K. You hetter keep your eyes open when you drive through this part of town, Rohert Smith Vsfhyf' Lillian K, If you Shut them you may run into something. .'..' '..' 2 .'..'..' .'4.' ' ' .'..'. '..'..'. g4.g..'4.'..g..g..g4 4 4 4 4 444444 .444.44444444.o4.444.4.44 4 4 4 44 444444444444444444444444444444444444 44 THE New Ford V-8 Cylinder Car PRICED TO MEET THE TIMES THE CRESTON IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 62 Creston 4444444444444444444oooov:ovvoovooooooovo4ovv444444 44.4 . 44. 4. . 4.4 . .44. .4.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.44.4 .44.44. 4.44.44.44.44. 4.44.4 .44.44.4 .44. .4.44.44.44.44.4 .44. .44.4. .44.44.4 llhiyfe Sixrveiglitl Q4 4.4 ... .. 4.4 ... ... ... ... '2 ... 0-'O .24 ... ... ... 'Q 12. 3 .,. 4 4.4, vvovvovvevoe v 4 4vvvv444 4 41444 v v vvvv 444444444051 44 4 4444444 444 444 44 4 4444 444444' The Creston Basket 81 Veneer Compan NIcmufactm'ev's of ALL KINDS UF IVIARKET BASKETS AoooRn1No TO GOVERNMENT REGuLA'rioNs Creston, Ohio 1 ovovvvvvvvvv oo 4444444444 404444444 4 411 44 414 v 444 4444 44 4 44444 44 44444 44444444 4444444 4 4 444444 44 444444 Teacher: "Willie, what is an adult?" Willie: "An adult is one that has stopped growing exeept in the middle." Old Lady: "Young man, I'm surprised and shocked to hear you use such dreadful language on the street. Whzit does your mother say ahout it? Raymond: "She says people shouldnt listen to sueh talk for it makes them just as had as people who use it." Kidder: "So your town is so healthful people live to a great old age here1"' Native: "Yes, my father died at 1'lO," Kidder: "Not really?" Native: "Sure, 120 Main Street." PasserfhyfHere's a quarter, poor man -it must he tough to he crippled. Beggar-Yes, hut people used to steal money out of my cup when I was hlind. Nellie Gr 'Do you and your wife always agree? Mr. Smith-On second thought, yes. Ma -Dear, have you gone to the store yet as I told you? Glenn SonnedeekerfNo. Ma-No what? Glenn Sonnedeeker'-No money! Ufage Szxtyfnincl '4 .1 1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.1..1 .1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..v,.1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1 .1. O4 ' J. 2 .1. ' . . 3, Cmiiphmcnts of 5' . 4'4 3 4:4 'S' , TO. 6'O . C IH H I1 21 t O Q' 424 o o .1. 'z' 024 .1. N .1. 3, w 5 -1- WLJCJbTER, Crno .1. .1. ., .,. 'r .1. 0? Ol ' ' ' 'K' . . 3' One of no s Fmc Stores n' .1. .1. .1 . '4"4 4 404' 4 4 4 4 4 '4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4"4"4 '4 4 4 4"4"4 4 4 '4"4' 4 4' 4"4 4 4' 4 4 Etolgih R. I never saw the Carl Pinkley Shucks! You should he country so stirred up. here when plowin' season sets in. Sparks How do you like my new lzlzy cur? Unsse Whitt do you mean, "lazy" cu Sparks One of the "shiftfless" kind. Everett M. Your huiy is getting very r? thin on top, sir. Have you tried our new LEAP YEAR ADVICE s Your chance is here, again, girls Step up, make your selection f- Pick out your maui, hut hefore you leap Take time off for reflection. Be sure to shop around, girls, Don't choose from just at few, Then you'll likely get Ll lWllI'gilIll If Cupid Mrs. you. vvvvvvvvvovvoovvovvvvvvvvvvvvvvo 4144.44144.44.44.44.44144.4414414414o.44.44144.44144.44144. 01441 4.44. .o4.44.44144144.44.44544 hair tonic? Patron No, it isn't that. 1211212 Z I 1 2011! I I I 10111 I Z I I I 211202111 121211 I !"Z"I"Z'- I' '3' 4. .1. .1. .1. .. .1. Q- THIS AGENCY vgi Vg' .. .. 1- 3 'f' Represents both Stock and Ifire In- 3' .1. surance companies and is f1l.12lIlI'lGCI to .1. ff: give you sound insurance protection and competent service. 'Z' 1. .1. 0,0 O'Q -f. Your policies examined and coun- I? r'4 . . 4 4 ,f. scl given without obligation to you. .f, 0.4 j, . . . 5, .31 Bring your insurance protection 1:1 . 12' up to flatc. 'Q' .. .1. 3. .1. .1. I , .1. .1. Felephone or Write .,. III 151 5, . 2 1, Phones-Office 196, Res. 79 0.0 .f. .1. Y u'Q 'z' z, 111 GEO. W. COFFEY If. . .. , .g. INS. AGENCY 3' z ,if Stebbins Bank Building lf: O4 O' S , 3 jg CREsToN, Gino 'aj .1. .f. oo 'Q .f. .1 ,.1..1. 1..1..1 .1 1 1 1414141 1 1 1.1 1.1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1. .14 ,xg 4:4 4:4 4:4 4:6 .f. Goon LUCK Ig. .1. .1. 31 to 2 'S' .1. .5 e e 31 THE CLASS or 1932 31 0:4 34 .2. 4. 41- as .1. OO 0.4 .1. .1. CRESTON IOURNAL e : .g. .g. ..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1..1. fPagc Sevcntyj .+++++..++++4++4++44++gq4+4+. +++g+++ 4 OPPORTUNITIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Suppose that just after you graduate from High School a good position- a position offering splendid opportunity for promotion and salary-were offered you, could you fill it, or would they be obliged to pass you by for some one with more technical training? In these times, more than ever, the best trained people are being selected for the better positions. Put yourself in line for the better opportunities and make certain of position, promotion, income, influence, etc., by taking a highfgrade business training. This school can help you in planning your course and give you that broader and better business training that is being demanded of young people. Write or call for information about our Secretarial or Business Administration courses. Thousands of others have found success through this training. You can too. The Oberlin School of Commerce QBERLIN, OHIO , ooo eo., of v foo ' ... ... .. .. vvv+vvvv?vv+v++vvn....... .... Miss StuderfNow Irene, we shall discuss the subject of "Clothes make the man," What prominent person shall we take for example? Irene Peake-Ivlahatma Gandhi ! Mother-Margery, what do you mean by allowing that man to kiss you last night. MargeryfWell, he was too strong for me to resist and you told me never to speak to strangers. Carl WaytfWhat makes you sleep so much? james P.fI sleep so I won't have to be idle. I always like to be doing something. as 4+++++++++++++++4+4++++n3 ?,"'.++++++++++g4++++m+ Perilstein's Inc. Style Without Exmwagancc CoATs - DRESSES HOSIERY - MILLINERY -A SHOES Zimmerman Building Wooster, Ohio n Q A .4++44+44++g9+++++++++4+y+++++++4+++++++4q4++4+44++4+ fPage Seventyfonel .Q Q Q 3 .Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q S :Q :Q Q.Q .SQ Q:Q .Q Q . 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