Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1932

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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.

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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



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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

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