Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

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Dedication TO CLASS OF 1908 lLeft to rightl+lVlarjorie Zellner, Charlotte Trounnan, Harry Aby, Claude Eclis, Florence Tcnney, Mildred Stebbins Howard Irvin, limlytlic Jordan, Pearl Schlegel, Waller liclis. We, the Class of '34, respectfully dedicate our ANNUAL to the Class of 1908, who published the first hook of its kind at Creston High. We feel it an honor to conimeniorate our Year Book to those who, through hard work and perseverance, originated this publication. fPuge Seveail Q y 1 ,.2an0v WEE KQgqug4f1LaA l .9 , 1 ' rvaaofl I vw- I Vi! N 4....59'....'-eil.: 11 Contents .JTC 271 X FACULTY X CLA LS X ATHLETICS X ACTIX ITIES Z? ML MN XX My S I Us V 'nR'ZQU0C 'weaver f ,Q gf 3 E THE ANMKLQA -' - 'WW' -w I 5.5 E llll g llll lllhi Q . , ' , , Q , FX , E f RQ Q 59 if Sm? G M 'I lk 5 ' Q ' x S O 3 Jlf ixwik fPugc Nmel mn WE Mwwh FACULTY -nuaurlnu l. flu! Row?-Mr. Harry Young, Mr. Arthur Smith, Mr. Harry Frey. 12nd Row!-Mr. Walter Jeandrevin, Miss Pearl Burgoon, Miss HARRY Fmw, CRusToN, Umm Algchm, l'lzyxil's, Plume Uemnctry. Atlllcllcx Cm1Cll Scniur films Aalviscr Tlw finllcgc ul' Vviuuatcr. BS. G. W. JMNDRILVIN, l'R1Nc1l1f.-xL ciRliS'I'UN, QHHIO Hutury and liiuvlqkeepiilg Thx' ffullcgc ul Vifuuslcr, BS. FUYL'lj.I11 W. Anita Cahill, Mr. William Hinies. Miss l7li.XRI. Buiusouw LLl1lj1lLLl'LfC. Typiwlg ami Sliurllimid l:l'CSl1lllilI1 Class Adviwi' 1 Dcnimn U nivcrxity, HLA. j. HIMES, SuPraR1N'ruNmzN'r CRESTQN, Omni Agnculturc Ohio Stubs University. HS. Miss ANI'l'.'X CAHILL, Wcmnms'1'izR, CUHIU A, T, SMITH, CRESTON, Omni Engluly, Hwli-gy. Dclmlc and Dnmmtic Coach Mzmlull Tfrllvllvlg -Iuiiiur Class Adviser Sophomore Class Adviser DePauw University. UA, Kent State Cullcgc H. M. Yuumz, Wmwm1s'riiR, Omu lWusiC Vvlsmtcr Cm1sc1'v4itoi'y uf Music fPugc Tewil :Enermax -- 'havoar pq QW an l QW'-V T:QH'E MA M Board of Education lLcfz to Right?-Silas White, Howard Knapp, Roy Haley, Donald lVl1:Ilvaine, Charles Beal. lDl'L'SlLlCI'Il ......, .. l,,l,, Mr. Hnlcy XXICC Prmidcm ...... .,,,..., M r, Kncpp Clerk .,,,,,..,....., ...... M xx Mcllvninc Crcslnn Sclumul has mics INOIT lmlgl its -:mlL1cQ1tiolml lWllllIlUl' lxiglm, gluu Lu tlmu guul zmcc amd lmclp of our ncw Sqlmol Board. Tlucy lmvc cllwicicntly amd wiscly lmmllcnl thu prnlwlcms of thc school your :md wc wish to tlmulc them for tlmcil' udvicc xml cu UPL'I'QlllUIl. flauge Elcvenl ac. Q Lung fam Afljgjfflkilk i High School Song l'UNIiZ MUN WISCONSIN" Orlwurd, fellows, wc 'ITLILSI conquer Fight for Crcstori High! Brown and Gold cxpcct u victory Vxfiii for Crcstorz High! Honor, hfmnc, and glory calling, 'You must do your hast. So wliatocr' thc contcst Vxfin for Crcxtorl High! Fight than, fcllows, fight to conqucr, Fight for Creston High! Nciwr' wcury in the contest, Vxfirz for Crostori High! Though thu httrrlt- gocs against you You must xtand and fghtg So Ll'!lLlfL',CT the contest Vxfiri for Creston High! Ullgt' Tll'L'!1'L'1 ,S l.....,... ai Lum' ' wvaof rg '-jawn 9 KWH AQQQMMA -. -:V , 'MM' i!10 - E ll ll ig-E illll lnbi 3 QQQJF -: 5 5 .-5 'iii- J 44 LW i QR X B8 gg NIV :V FN Q i f 0 I yy D Cm ??fAM7Jj WRX CIEIIEQASSIIEBS fpuge Tlzifleenjl TEEKNNMA if lnvmh jj? ' roam' Senior Class Song 1934 TUNE: HTHE BELLS OF ST. MARY'SH VERSE I The days that we spent in The High School are gone, And memories surround us As we wait for the dawn. Vxfell always remember As long as we're here, The days filled with fun And so full of good Cheer. VERSE H And now we are starting All over again: We'i'e planning the new things. And we hope to win. And unless all our dreams Turn to castles in air, I lqnow welll be striving Our burden to bear, CHURUS We Seniors of Creston Are saying goodbye To Classmates, to Teachers, To memories gone by. And if in the future Our footsteps should stray, Then we shall all remember High School Days. CREPEATJ ?LAVlJNNE BENJAMIN LUCILLE JOHNSON BETTY MYEIAS lPage Fourteenj -J I... F.--.-l E n jf-Q I iianvc f , Wad. - 5, 'WE AZABQEEUXLHA ng.-u , l H Ji 1 ,V --.N 'N NN I 5 Y ' " - v llxrlww' I Hll"'l , nl' , es f Q2 X' SHEBNIINDTIRS IPHMC Ffffffnl ,. 'E ll n I wvawf2'Zl5. la-.-.- - 1 t an in--2----M I . ll WE ANNEX loci-O9 - is 700005 ' ' --gnu-s . nf...s. " 'N-.. I . ' U 1 T'-4, 7 " Tl!!-iLKI1-llii' ' i. al . ' ft-Q X 2 I - , I . viz. I L.xVuNNia Bunny.-min 9 , 1-A "Hubby and carefree, singing ull day tlirunglif' at N? COLLVQGI, PRiiPARA'roRY li0l'RSli ' Fd .3 Glee Club I. 2, 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Freneb Club .gl 5- 'lfifl 3. 4: Bzislcetbaill I1 'lMrs. Tubbs ul Sl1llI1I?'ltlWI1l. x f EVA 3: Clans Secretary 3. B 434 ,57'r,vk, 'E'f1?fr ig C Q Y :xg 'QQJV will Ay!! ,, J' P'-fr , -S I ,.'f ' : -eye!-4 Q, . . v, .AS . f - ,. -,af +10 n,,.f.:.--L rw ff' F-.Qf.!gfAitEiigfi ri 5 1 Il V Q ,ZA W. .qv w. ,'i'-3 'si W Q'T'iV W5 1 gf ,E il ,'V, in J r735'QY'lL 4 '51 M 1 ' ' ' .P'?-1-I1 V. , .. . ,- --rv.. '-1 E-. 9" "'r"3....'x-. "rip " A 'y.Sl'f25:..... pryii if ,A wing Dial' QI.. il it .fl .52 'li 'A . r gl i '15 i' Is.uuiLLii Buczn.-iN.-xN "Nut lempvrunivnlal, despite my cruimmig glory" rzuximi-,Ru.A.i, izuensif "Mrs, Tubbs ul Sbaintytownn 31 Glue Club l, 2. 31 Banquet Cnuunittee 3: Orchestral I, 2. 3, 4. CniusToPHiaR Cmmisiwn "Nut lu be daimtcd ,cm llic rmul tu xi1rrr.m ClJi.Liiraii l'Riii'ARATuRY ctulfksiu Orchestral 2, 3, 4: Laitin Club l. 2: Freneb Club 3, 4: Debate 4: Annual Stull 4. Auix Eiums 'Study will liurt mv one." 4'uLLiim:i-. l'RI:I'fKRA'I'lJRY rtuviisif Atlenzi High Schuul l, 2, 3, 41 Honor Society l, 2, 3, 41 Fnutbaill l, 2, 3, -lg Baseball l, 21 Bus' ketbaill 2, 31 Glee Club l, 21 Buuster 1, 2: Def baite 31 Civics Club Z: Pamper Editor 4: Home EeunumieQ Club 4: Banquet Committee 3: Hun' urnblc Tackle E. O. L.: Ninety Club l, Z. 3, 4: Pep Club l, Z, 3, 4, EILEEN Fmizm '4Smili11g. useful and lzelpful ix xheg Lucky is llc wliu adds lm Lu lns lannly tree." rtoi.Li'.4:ii i'Riii'ARATuRY ctuvksii Glee Club 1, 2: Lntin Club I, Z1 Freneli Club 3. 41 lliinquel Cunnuittee 3. Ujage Slxleeull in -eil , IRE MQRMAM W A A - I. 'I K H M - fm' wx' fv.:'f H 31 urnuiswwmsumm. We EDNA GLIEM "Good natured and willing to please, What can I do when people will teaxe?" MIXED COURSE 'Ji '-A wx F' -g m-2 -if. Ii French Club 3, 4: Here Comes Charlie 4 Home Economies Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Annual Stall 4. "4 PF PF HAROLD HENRY "With bad habits are some ladx ,. But his are only of the bextf' ft I blext, SYM f R lil . 5 ' MIXED COURSE Fixial x l Leroy High School 1: Basketball Z, 3, 4: Debate my X.. , Mu if I ' F f 5 A. X - Comes Charlie" 4: Annual Stuff 4. H: k lf to l as N ' Y ' O' A I ' LUCILLE JOHNSON Y , ' "Lucy's on her good behavior, it-3 5' L' E 'E Always ready to do a favor." 'ti 1 3 COMMERCIAL COURSE ll l 2 4 el I M Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Ban uet Committee 33 Home R , ui., , x - Cl N - f R.. 5 'A Economics Club 2, 3: Class Song 4. N ,ii fy ,Ks :L K' F 5 F , 9: bk 1: X ll' A . if 'E i fi . m f R A ,., ., 1 . HARRY KELTZ "A friend to all, enemy to none." f '- ' Q I, COMMERCIAL COIIRQIQ . Baseball 3. ,i f :R V'. ,kg V A-'L .wr Ieee I it I lk 2 Iii fe . gf FLORENCE KRALISE "Time waits for no one, 'Therefore I shall hurry." COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSE 'I Glee Club 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 3, 4: Home Economies Club 3: "Mrs Tubbs of Q Shantytownll 3: "Here Comes Charlie" 4: Ban- - f quet Committee 3: Annual Stull 4, l Lf !!! . -. i ' R is :mixing .ie ' A 'f Y " "" ' 5 ? 'F'f" 'i ?'lVi.Ef . .ii I Ujage Seventeenl I I 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Class Secretary 4: "Here -.-.i l... l-m-A : i WY V V X Y .1 , 6 Z'lOih3!W I 5 THE Allillliillllllkb 'i L.u-ikf :fer WNW' --,4 L-'..g'tl 'L -. i. ' a . ' 1 1" "C" -Qbl.-uuel ' + Q, U I- ' . THELMA LEHMAN fl"'f'r Q :dll "Always lightflieartcd and l1Qf'Yl6'l1Cl to everyone." ?"'5. rl ' 'qi L COLLEGE PRraPARA'roRY curntsia 1 pf Y I 'P . Latin Club 1, Z: French Club 3, 4: "Mrs, Tubbs 1 V- L:r iLf1:f uf Shantytown" 3: "Here Comes Charlie" 4: g li 3 ' Banquet Cnmmittee 3: Annual Staff 4. 1 K 2 v uf , i A C Y wt ,g -FV' wr fi: ff 2' .r H K ,' g 81 , - EMERSQN METSLQER gf. iii! - F lfui, "So quiet, xtudiuus. and helpful, ,5j5Qf?- ' 'QT juxt a gnod, bigflzearted fellow." ,. I Mixian coimsh a. , gd' ,- a I Y Y .3 if -f" + 5 Lehman High School, Cianton, lg French Club 2. if ., ,J . F, 4 2 is ' ' 'i ' we :s lv -4- .yn 4 - A I gl' fi ,. ,N jab-.Q HQMER MILLER Slow to anger, quick to speak. ' CoL1.liuli PREPARATORY cutmsia .-'- ,A g - Q4 -jp gp. 'vagal H 'v"'. 'l '.. "Mrs. Tubbs uf Shantytnwnu 3: Athletic As' sociation 3, 4: Banquet Committee 3: Debate 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Or' ' .41 1 fav 0 chestra 1, Z, 3, 4: Annual Stall 4. ' '.'. ' , NX 1fQ,r'irx if ' We :le fl 44 m? W,MaJ' am: f A pq.. LoRNA MUMAW iid 1 . r V, ' "Silence is golden and I slunft break it." Mlxian COURSE wire Latin Club l. 2: French Club 3, 4. 'Elie X5 P' ., brig, 'l- ,, N" :qc bv lg :J BETTY MYERS W "A changeable person, but never sad. Always thinlqing of some lwmlxume lad." MIXED COURSE f' rr Class Secretary 1: Latin Club l. 2: French Club nl '. .7 ' 3 3, 4: "Mrs Tubbs of Shantytownu 3: "Here ' 5 H" . Comes Charlie" 4: Cheer Leader Z, 3, 4: Ass't Editor Annual 45 Banquet Committee 3: Class Hifntorian lg Clee Club l, 2, 3: Class Treasurer F' '. 'A'-bar. uv 1 i- A - J. 2: Class Sung 4. ' .- 'Wu' MS...-i x - 'L Stun-J""' ' zr. A.. fljuge Ezgliteenzl 2004 v 6: Y W nz: naman THE ANNUAL A ,Q H-Sf ' mama' rzvaavfZT thu-,- q , i f g .X .V ,Quin . QA.-'J 10115 lL--.... Q 'l V f 'Y 1, V' " 2 y Y i - 'S A ,tif ' ff' xiii W' LX KSYW ip' ew at 4 wV Z x,.Mw-mpg K J. ., ,ng vz,Q, , tfvg3 -Y l iw +5 ' M y x +L Ea 5 w ' " 1 ,. -ff V. ,tffbdf i". ,1- Q 15 fe-'tff,fR'iff:3'wqf5.. Q ii K ' V' li V 1 bitt x , , +2-Viv., it-1 ,ti Milli. Q - 5, N in-'A' ,- ,F 2. 4' i if L51 ' 3 x 1 'Bi f' Stir Qi. -mil Tr 4' L '7 it , , Q ffl 'x4:w'i1--7' li. wif, is L' 491153 L MXL ,Ji f ' it L n' , TL . if ff Wx- L .A W, L L vY.,i.fa-:M H18 -1 . Q: MV. Y It gl' it 'mls wif' If: A aff ' H ' .ff 'Y q O f - if . n., .. ,-v ' ,. ,' J if 4 af V, ' li. it my P: KY X ks QLDCYC, 'l,wg,n'i it 7 . , AL, . . , N M A . C .1 W, , 'K gf ' lB1.!!i.AR.s'l.'i!.Ht1sf1Q1 .... .w6e1wun1.:L4.4w,-Q w2Lms4a:'5.-159,-N lmukx-N W.AYNE ORR " 'To pursue, achieve, and cmiqzcerf ix my motto." COLLEGE PRUPARATORY COURSE Class Secretary l, 3: Vice Prcsidcnt 4: Annual Stull 41 'lMrs, Tubbs of Slmiitytnwif' 3: "Ht-rc Comes Charlie" 4: Debate 3: Banquet Cuininitf tee 3: Latin Club 1. lg Frcncli Club 3, 4. IRENE PE.-xxn "Let come what muy, A A Each duy may take cure of itself." Mixmm ctrmliilsl-1 Glcc Club 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 3: Basketball l: Bzlnquct Cuminittcc 3. Fc k RAYMOND SCHLEGEL Ulf you have a joke tu tell--slime ir." COLLEIQE PRILPARATORY COURSIAZ Latin Club l, 21 Frcncb Club 3, 4: Bnnquvt Committee gl Vice President I: Atlilctic Assn' Ciutiun 43 Bzrskctball Ivlztnugcr 4, RUSSELL Sm-iMnLLINc:1iR "'Tlns Cl,LTl1V'l1tfdLlKf.l care-free boy. Is alwayx full uf mirth and pry." COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSE Latin Club 1, 21 Frcncb Club 3, 4: "Mrs, Tubb: of Sluzintytowif' 35 'LHerc Comes Cliznnlicu 41 Banquet Cominittcc 3: Class Trcztsurcr 2: Glcc Club 2: Annual Stull' -lg Claiss Prophet 4. ,k .r- 4. RELDA SCHOLL 'ATl1ere xlie is, little and stunt, Always ready to lielp a pal out," MIXED rtnuiwrt Fra-ncli Club 3, 4. fPage Nineteenjl l....e....l luinqungix 3 V , ri , 167 Y T.:-.Q-E.. g Q IWEALRQNXLQAL . v V' . -1 su 700004 1 IKi11d-i .-rx-y 1' 11' I -'v , 'H "' f - 'll 1, li a s I s. .1 1 F ' url 'tk 1 x 7 1 l l. xi. 45 Q I LEONARD SHowALTER "Shiite a witty fellow indeed. But always ready to lielp in time of nerd." COLLIKZE PRF PARATORY C01 YRSIE Baseball l, 2: Basketball 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Debate 4: Latin Club 1, Z, French Club 3, 4, .-, f 1 iqfflrll . .1 Q C VIRiilNl.'X SNYDER "VJl1y use anger if lqmdncsx works ax well?" '- Key. "fb Q 2, Mixisn couixsia N. ips. gl " f K " 1 , '-FA.. -, , P , Latin Club 1, 2: Glec Club l, 2, 31 Basketball 1. Y ' IS . 'S LW7 ' ,I-'Eh 3 ,J . u WL? A , -4' J! GLENN SONNEDELTKER "He're'x to 'Sonny' who cfer our claxx prexides. In our liearrtx ami memories, long will he reside" li coL1.ne:li PREPARATURY COURSE Class. President 4: Etlitorfinfchief, Annual 4: "Mrs. Tubbs ol' Shantytownn 3: "Here Conics Charlie" 4: Short Story 3. 4: Debate 3, 4: Bas' ketball 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Latin Club l, 2: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Banquet Committee 3. ' iw A, .. ' " ". I i' I ,M V1 ,i -.-'fr 'K r G Finn ' I" guilt am :hive Q. 1 iw. , fu- 11: :gi Xin at I , A!! W 4 1, -,:g,-Q4 ,,. 4 gt 'Q it Romair THoMPsoN lw.I'2'w,-f bil "A jovial carefvee lad is lie, AZ -,4 ,,. , 1' May his life always happy he." .Q i ,iQ ,V 0 3 MIXED czouasiz 51" ' F ' -1 Q' '- . . .. , , . .. stairway l Q- ' Rittman High School 1: Here Comes Charlie .gjia J- i 43 Vice President Z, 3: Latin Club 2, 3. , ' A ' xi' E 5 -A 11 :it at HARRY ZiMMERMAN "Wlia:f'.s life without fun?" Mrxrsn czoiiksia Basketball l, 2, 3. 4: Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4: Glen: dl' IQAK l1UflQA-M1141 Club 3. fljage Taientyl --Q -1-ms bias: Tae Quia aus if .0- mung V -so :mmf -- 1-vaaavy,,"""' Emu, Senior Class Prophecy In the year of 1944, I decided to visit my old friend and schoolday superintendf ent, Mr. W. Himes, and try to persuade him to accompany me on a tour, visiting all my senior classmates. He readily accepted my invitation, so we started the followf ing week. I had kept a list of the whereabouts of each, so wc had little difficulty in locating them. Cleveland heing so near home, we went there first. We visited Edna Cliem's little mansion in the suhurhs. She was still single and slightly inclined toward oldfmaidfhood. From Edna's we went to the stadium and saw a game of league hasehall. It was a. remarkahle game and will always remain in my memory. Harry Zimmerman was catching for the winning Indians. While we were at the game, we met the world' famous manager of the Indians, Raymond Schlegel. From Cleveland we traveled on to New York City. We visited the palatial home of Doe Orr and Irene Peake, who were happily married. Doc was erooning over the radio at Radio City, taking Bing Croshy's place who had retired, Then we went to see a new Broadway show called "Dancing Bahiesf' featuring Betty Myers and Laf Vonnc Benjamin. The next evening we went to the Court House to hear a trial that was reputed to have heen the most noted in the history of New York. I was surprised to see that the judge was none other than my old friend, Virginia Snyder. Our next stop was Washington, D. C. We went to the White House to talk over old times with the new Democratic President, Boh Thompson. He was the same as he was in high school- very studious and serious minded. Then we drove on to Columhus, Ohio, and interviewed Thelma Lehman and Chris Cameron, who were cofprofessors in Ohio State University. We resumed our journey westward. On stopping to inspect the Miller-Kelt: project in Death Valley, we were surprised to learn that they were irrigating this vast tract of desert hy one of their new scientific experiments called "Invisihle Water." They were confident that it would prove successful. From Death Valley we went to Cheyenne, and saw a Rodeo. Relda Scholl had gained world fame hy riding a wild stallion in this Rodeo. She certainly could ride .1 mean horse. We then went to Reno, Nevada. While going past the divorce courts, we reeogf nized Flossie Krause coming down the steps. We stopped and chatted for awhile. As she wiped a tear out of her eye, she told us that it was the fifth time she had heen disappointed in inatrimony. We went on our westward course to California. Vv'e stopped in Los Angeles and attended a meeting at Angelus Temple. Harold Henry delivered a fiery message on "Why Men Leave Home." While at Los Angeles, we went out to the Airport to see Eileen Fetzer hefore she flew to New York, where she was going to start on a solo flight across the Atlantic. She took Bill and me for a little spin hefore she left, and take it from me, she sure could make that plane talk. Cn our arrival in Hollywood we were treated royally hy our friends who had gone into the movies and made good. Emerson Metsker had stepped into the shoes of Ed Wynn, and Lorna Mumaw made Zasu Pitts look for a hiding place. To our amaze' ment, Leonard Showalter had taken the honor of heing the world's greatest violinist from Ruhinoff. Isahelle Buchanan and Lucille johnson were in constant demand hy all the large movie concerns. Alec Erdos was also in great demand, since jimmy Du' rante had retired. While dining at the "Mayfair," we renewed the acquaintance of Glenn S., who was playing first 'isaxn in the Vincent Lope: orchestra. The thought that C. H. S. had produced such a renowned class made our return trip a pleasant one. t 1 Russert SCHMULLINUER. fpage Twentyfoncj as-naug fs ws Ksssw ....,lflf Class History As I was hastily looking through my hooks and magazines, I found one which was entitled "Our Class." I paused a moment to leaf through its pages and to my surprise I found in it the story of my high school days. How happy I was that after all these years I could delve into this hook and recall great pleasures of my youth. Upon turning the iirst page I heheld a group of 34 students looking very bright and diligent. Below the picture I saw the names of our first class officers. Homer Milf ler was president: Raymond Schlegel, vice president: Waiyiie Orr, treasurer: Betty Myers, secretary: and Class Adviser, Miss Studer. These people guided us successfully through all our trials and trouhles our first year. Turning a page I saw we had the misfortune of losing a few this year. Vivian Stout moved to Wcitister, hut in return Durant Lehman came from Orrville. But to our sorrow, Charles Showalter left us. Activities interested our group and Harry Zimmerman and Charles Arnold were out working in haskethall and hasehall. Margaret Ecker and Irene Peake were out for girls' haskethall. In music, blames Patterson, Raymond Schlegel, Homer Miller, Glenn Sonnedecker, and Margaret Ecker represented us. We passed all the exams with a small casualty here and there, hut we managed to he ready for another year. Turning a few more pages, I came upon the word Sophomores. Here I found we had gained and had 35 upon our list. This year I saw wc changed officers. blames I'atf terson was elected president: Rohcrt Thompson, vice president: Betty Myers, secref tary: Russell Schmollinger, treasurer: and class adviser, Miss Studer. I glanced' to the next page and saw a list of those lost and gained during this year. Rittman gave us Rohert Thompson: Vxfooster, Lena Buchanan: Emerson Metsker from Canton: and lastly, I found my own name, a transfer from Leroy to Creston. But then, on the other side was a list of those leaving us Paul Slater, Virgil Bowman, Charles Vxfoodward, Sylvia Ramsier, Margaret Eeker, and Grant Ditch, Grant went to Burhank to he' come a school rival. Again activities stepped in and we had an acceptahle showing from our claw. We enjoyed our parties at the iirst of the year: and in haskethall we were represented hy Charles Arnold, Harry Zimmerman. Grant Ditch, Glenn Sonnedeeker, Vkfayne Orr, Homer Miller, and myself. Out of these Arnold, Zimmerman, Ditch, Miller and my' sell' were out for the hasehall squad. Une happening was a great honor for our class. I saw, in large letters under the liaskethall picture, that Harry Zimmerman won first place in the foul shooting contest at Wtimmster. Dehate attracted two of our classmates and Homer Miller and Marjorie Wriglit gained places as alternates. Turning the page, I saw that through all the trials of the exams and lessons which taunted and tempted us to leave and never come hack, we were determined to go on and we hoped to meet the next year. IPuLge 'fwentyftwoj ,Il lexus: 5---S--L . s ww ng jf"mr" l-.-.s EW? Af-E'Q,El5llM W. I started on through the hook hut stopped suddenly at the caption, ".luniors." This time, after a few mishaps here and there, we had ZS in our class. Kathryn Law' ton, from Rittman, was again hack with us. This year a few minor changes had heen made. james Patterson was again chosen president: Rohcrt Thompson, vice presidentg Wayne Orr, treasurerg LaVonne Benjamin, secretaryg and Harry Frey, class adviser. This year, I found, we needed a new inspiration to keep us going and soon the Study Room was seeing a red and white glow hetween the Sophomores and Seniors. Our first real opportunity came when we gave our class play. We presented "Mrs Tuhhs of Shantytownf' which proved a great success. From the proceeds we hantlueted the dignified Seniors at Wooster. In hasehall and haskethall we were represented hy the same hoys as the year hefore. Leaning further, I saw that we took more interest in dehate this year. Homer, Wayne, Glenn, and myself were among those selected to go out and argue with the other schools. We won iirst place in the county. Glenn represented the school in short story and won second place in county competition. Glenn, Homer, Leonard, and Christopher again answered the call of the spirit of music. This year, we were getting to he more sound and hasie in our education and we passed through with colors flying. Next, I came to the word "Seniors!" How this word made a thrill go through me as I rememhered those last school days. This time we elected new officers and Glenn Sonnedecker heeame presidentg Wayne Orr, vice president: Harold Henry, secretaryftreasurerg and Harry Frey, class adviser. We were then on our last stretch. We were again represented in haskethall and hasehall. In dehate, six senior hoys made the team. League competition was ahandoned hecause of the scarlet fever epidemic. Glenn again represented us in short story. We gave our senior class play, "Here Comes Charlie," which was the greatest success of many years. We were hanqueted, I saw on this page, hy the juniors, for which we were very appreciative. Our annual, I saw hy reading the next page, was a great success and we, the Seniors of 1934, feel proud, if perhaps unduly, of our record in our high school days, I pored over other interesting pages and wondered where I had gotten this hook. Upon looking at the cover, I recalled the day when I had worked on my Class History for the Class of 1934. --I'IARULD HENRY. fPage Twenty-th reel l.-.e..-.U : I I. .su-na r is T: THE ANNUAL I I ...mg ,W :ul ' omni -., M-,- Class W 111 "Ansel His Honor, Judge Jones!" cried the court hailitf. The student hody of Creston High School arose. They had heen assemhled in the court room for the reading of the last will and testament of the class of 1934, who had passed from high school into that great heyond. The judge hegan reading: "We, the class of 1934, declare this to he our last will and testament and all former documents null and void! We also ask the court, if there need he an executor appointed, that Mr. Harry Frey he appointed to fulfill this position, without hond. We hequeath our unlimited knowledge, unshot paper wads and ruhher hands to those of the student hody who may desire them. QThe faculty may have a little of the knowledge if they use it to a good advantagef' ARTICLE I Section 1. To the juniors, we give the hack seats in thc study hall. Please, however, don't carve any initials on them! Section 2, To the Sophomores, we leave the honor of showing their dramatic art, and right to skip school without hcing suspended. Section 3. We are sorry the Freshmen have failed to prove themselves capahle of hand' ling any henelits In respect tc and are therefore ineligihle to he mentioned in this precious document. ARTICLE II 1 the faculty for their help, in our time of need, we wish to hequeath the folf lowing: Item 1. To Mr. Himes, we hequeath our good wishes. Item 2. 'I'o Mr. jeandrevin, we hequeath a group of seniors who will hehave themselves in the hack of the study hall the last period, without requiring his presence there. Item 3. To Miss Cahill, we hequeath an English IV class who will prepare their assign' ments hefore they go to class. Item 4 To Mr. Frey. we hequeath a few uhig fellows" to play laasketlaall. Item 5 To Miss Burgoon, we hequcath a French Class who will keep their assigned seats. Item 6 To Mr. Smith, we hequeath all of our hent nails. Item 7 To Mr. Young, we leave a higger and hetter orchestra. ARTICLE III A few personal hequests: Item l I'los:,ie Krause leaves her ahility to draw a crowd of hoys around her at noon, to LaVonne Conkey. Item I Chris Cameron leaves his ahility to argue to Roy Amstutr.. Item 3 To Darrell Bowman, Raymond Schlcgel hcqueaths some of his size. Item 4 Harry Zimmerman leaves his catching ahility to Bud Stoll. Item 5 Betty Myers and LaVonne Benjamin leave their Rittman "dates" to any two Alunior girls who can 611 them. Item 6 Russell Sehmollinger leaves his uhearty laugh" to Harvey Linder. Item 7 Glenn Sonnedecker leaves his ahility of playing the sax to Roy Amstutr.. Item 8 Harold Henry hequeaths his hass voice to Ira Kissinger. Item 9 To Paul Fike. Boh 'I'hompson hcqueaths his ahility to get kicked out of classes. Item 141. To Ruth Haskins, Virginia Snyder leaves her diet hook. Item ll. Irene Peake leaves her smile to Margaret Reis, Item 12. Betty Myers leaves her cheer leading ahility to anyone in the junior class who may need it. Item 13. Edna Cliem leaves a few of her "giggles" to Verda Metz. Item 14. Leonard Showalter leaves his ahility to play the violin to Lee Dicus. Item li. Thelma Lehman leaves her A grades to Margaret Sykes. SloNi4.n HY Siiivioa Ctass or 1934. VJitnexse::: Memhers of the Annual Staff. WAYNE URR. fPuge 'Iitventy-fowl EWE Kagsgymm N 'x 'Q bias: , , A ki , 6 Y W THE Allillllilfllllkbh 'wt wmuf llst Row? Darrel Bowman Roy Amstutz, Wade Renneclcer, Lloyd Beal, Russ Ditch, Russel Harris Ir1 Kissinger Paul Flke, Clyde Bricker, Melvin Rlwades. l1 l A Bc k, Verda Metz Arthur 12nd Raw? Misa Cahill, Lowell Irvin Anna Belle Huflman, Elsie Bart nnmay, nna c Snhl Hazel Metz, Margaret dykes, Harvey Linder, Lee Dicus, Raymond Hubacker. Ord Row! Selma Jeffers, Mary Gantz, Evelvn Foltz, Ruth Haskins, Zella Jackson, Lavonne Cnnkey Helen Her man, Hilda Vanzile, Gerald Campbell, Carl Hall. Harvey Lmdcr .,.. ., r....,,r ,..,,..... . Roy AlI1Nllll1 .... Mnrgaxrcl Sykcf Vcrclzl Metz ..... Prcaiclcnt Prcalalcm Tl'CllSlll'l'I' Sccrctau y i 'IU F at fan: -ras seam Junior Class History Dear Diary: Septemher: I know you simply cannot imagine all the wonderful things we juniors shall have to conhde in you now that school has started. Tonight, we took the Freshies on a roast to Shaw's woods. I'm sure they enjoyed themselves in spite of the fact that we deemed it necessary to use a little stove hlackf cning on them to give a little "color" to initiation services. Plenty of "hot dogs" com' pensated a little. Today, we organized, dear Diary, and elected Harvey Linder president, Roy Amstutz, vicc presidentg Margaret Sykes, treasurerg Verda Metz, secretary, and Miss Cahill as our adviser. We decided to keep green and white as our class colors, and selected the sweet pea as our flower. Tonight, the Freshies entertained us quite royally at the house of Katharine Fulf ton. It was a glorious night, so we played games on the lawn. And what quantities of ice cream and cake they served us! Octoher: Tonight, we sponsored an oldffashioned Box Social after the regular P. T. A. meeting. What fun it was! Some of the hoxes sold quite high considering we have a depression! So we made several dollars, onefthird of which we gave to the P. T. A. Hallowe'cnffthis is the occasion for our higgest activity up to date. Tonight, we sponsored a High School Party. Cornstalks, pumpkins, halloons, ghosts, and jackfof lanterns decorated the "gym", Booths, containing side shows and food to sell, lined the walls. Whistles and masked students in costumes added to the festival air. Isaf helle Buchanan and Russell Schmollinger received prizes for heing the hest costumed. The pop-corn, cider, pumpkin pies, hot dogs, and candy which we sold netted us a gain. But did we work! Decemher: We were not actively interested in any particular thing last month-'except Thanksgiving vacation. This month we are gay at the prospect of a tenfday Christmas Holiday. However, dear Diary, we are sad at the prospect of losing one of our class mcmhers. Russell Harris is moving to Coshocton. C. H. S. will miss hoth Russell and Carl! Tonight, just a few days hefore Christmas, we gave the Harris's a farewell party. The Sophomores joined us in wishing them bon voyage. January: Dear Diary, the hcst we can say of this month is that we all sufferedf sand surf vivedff-midfyear exams, We are also enjoying the haskethall games. We are very proud to have five Juniors on the team-Kissinger, Rhoads, Ditch, Linder, and Stahl. Fehruary: Today, tryfouts for Dehate were held and Hazel Metz and Roy Amstutz made the team. Dear Diary, I am so excited. Last night, I was fortunate enough, or the judges were kind enough, to give me second place in County Declamation. Lady Luck was surely my sponsor. fl-'age Twentyfsevenj i I ll 1 I 0 as F'--"-I E a ef, 1 lg 52 gi i-2. 3 E 151 an ft 'L a Q . 3 l i.-.:....l This month was interrupted hy the closing of school for an indefinite time, due to the epidemic of scarlet fever. Thank goodness, none of us were victims. April: We gave the junior Class Play and from it received enough remuneration to enahle us to hanquet our Senior friends. May: Dear Diary So much is happening this month. .luniorfSenior Banquet, at Wtwtisf ter: Commencement, at which time we lose the class which well, after all, in spite of the fact that they're Seniors, we'll rather miss them next year. C. H. S. wonlt he quite the same! Speaking of next year, our final exams are facing us, which will tell the tale of whom of us will he dignified Seniors! Fond adieu, Dear Diary, until then. Ivlay we as za whole greet you next Septemher, with all our important responsihilities which shall rest on our shoulders. b -VERIJ,-X Mierz. CAN YOU IMAGINE- Roy Amstutz not in an argument? Elsie Bartholomay not hlushingl' Lloyd Beal getting excited about something? Anna Beck not giggling? Darrell Bowman willing to read his theme in English class? Clyde Bricker- having his English lesson? Gerald Camphell not grinning at the girls? LaVonne Conkey-f-without makefup? Lee Dicus without musical talent? Ross Ditch not heing independent? Evelyn Foltz -a hold, llirtatious sophistieatef' Mary Gantz a vivaeious hrunctte? Carl Hall a heavyweight prizelighterf' Ruth Haskins tall and slender? Helen Herman not heing precise? Raymond Huhacker not heing well posted on current events? Annahelle Huffman without freckles? Lowell lrvin not heing loyal to his mck'name7 Zella 'Iaekson as Mae NVest's douhle7 Selma -Ielllers walking slowly with mineing step.-7 lra Kissinger not composing letters lor M. Sf' Harvey Linder short and unattractive? Hazel Metz not helping other people with their lessonsf' Verda Met: short. fat, and hlonde? Vv'ade Renneker a hardened, masterful king ol' the underworld? Melvin Rhoades with his hair mussed np? Margaret Ries without her sunny disposition? Arthur Stahl walking quietly through the study hallf' Margaret Sykes not voicing her opinion ahout the matter? Hilda Vanzile winning a medal lor perfect attendance? Paul Iiike-heing an angel lor a day? lPage 'l'Let'11tyfeiglitl l .S ' IME Eigygggfmm 4 1 Fw ww 9 Mjxlnx W Y'-I N' NN X xxx 'XM X X Q ,cu .X HW ! , SGIDHIJHGDIIMIIGDHRIIEBS ng aan:-4 iTM?E"KlN1Eif1LllAQ jf I....-..'b ws e Im. ' M Y 1lll1 ...J L-.- Klst Row!-Mr. Smith, Howard Murray, Nlaynard Oxenrider, Robert Ellismn, Robert Weidelixnn, Carl Harris, Richard Steele. find Raw?-Emerson Rugh, Kenneth Wondwud, Welker Betz, Helen Haskins, Ruth Jeffers, Lillian Chapman, Violet Clifford, Zeta Shanlsland, Harry Nloyer. Hrd Raw?-Rena Feenmn, Helen Bee Gunn, Georgia Wiwrudward. Curl HIIYTIN ...,... k, Anna Ma Officers Gramm' Crundcr ....., Zcttn Slllllllilllllil ,,,,.,, Rum livcmzm ,,,, COLORS-V-Ormlge and NVl11lr fljagc Tlnrtyl e Smith, Grace Grundvr, June Harris, Margaret Gnnlz, Dnruthy Vim' Prcsiulcnt President Sccrctzlry TI'C1l4lll'Uf Scarab. Wi TWH Eisaua -9' ...,.-..E . 2-so ww nv .. -.- Sophomore Class History With garnet and orange fluttering from the rudder, we the Sophomores of '36, on the Hfth day of Septemher, 1933, took off on the good plane C. H, S., enroute to the airport of Education. Twentyffour of us, with passports in hand, began the second of the fourfyear flight to the "City of Graduation." Mr. Smith was the Pilotg Carl Harris, First Asf sistantg Zetta Shankland, Stenographerg Grace Crunder, Second Assistantg and Rena Feeman, Treasurer. Contact made, the sputtering of the motor was the signal to hegin the race with the other sofcalled dignified Juniors and Seniors. The first of our flight went fine, hut after trying to avoid the larger planes, "Seniors" and "Juniors," we found ourf selves lost in a terrihle tailfspin of SixfWeeks Tests, hut after a large zoom we again found that our plane had entered the "Path of Knowledge Beacon." During our flight we landed safely six times on the "Island of Recreation" for parties. With the privileged Seniors as hostesses, a great numher of guests enjoyed hot dogs. We, later, returned their hospitality. At the midfyear we were very unforf tunate, hecause while flying south we had to land at Coshocton where we lost our First Assistant. The juniors aided us in saying goodhye. We then discovered our hanner to he rather tattered and oldg so when we again took off, orange and white were iluttering in the hreeze. Carl Harris, Emerson Rugh, and Harry lvloyer visited the "Land of Sport," and hrought hack many victories. Then to add to our experiences of fright, some of us nearly lost our lives in a nosefdivef-"Final Exams." However, regaining our courage we flew onward to the "City of Graduation," ending the second year of our flight with a very successful landing on "Vacation Island." fZETT.Ax SHANKLAND. fPage Tliirtyfonel E ,r l in l E b'ggwEAQgggxgfxmA mawvQT"T-5, - f " 'BARN if RELDR QUTHE. PBMS 1-.....4.... W , 'Q " H HPPY Rvws" Iipdjlc' TlIlY'lf"fll'A'Q, P. .9 YIZMNL TWH KLNMMA , -'af Dogma , nf' AJ "' '. Q .Q- IlFIIRllE3SlIHIIlNlUIE3N 1:41:41 513 aw KQQQMM W if W flst Row!-Harold Chase, Carlyle Grunder, Harry Kissinger, David Fausnight, Robert Earl, Raymond Arnold, Robert Shaffer, Clare Blough, Frank Miller. 12nd Row?-Conda Shuy, Russel Gantz, Ruth Wfeideman, Gladys Beichler, Zelda Eby, Otto Glassnap, Jane Elliston, Orabelle Nommay, Verla Bricker, Miss Burgmm, Donald Carter, Morrison Gitlen. Grd Row!-livelyn Schar, Dorothy Herman, Lena Yonker, Blanche Henry, Mary Marko, Gladys Double, Flora Geitgey, Kathryn Fulton, jean Chase, Marguerite Mitchell. Ufficvrs Rznymuml Arnold .,,.. ...,.. ..,.... ..... l 3 1 'csidcm lflum Ccitg-xy, ,.., ,,..,.....,..,.,.... V irc President Vt-rlu Brickcr ,..,,, , ,,.,, Secretary and Treasurer COLORS f- L111'e11der and Cold fpage fl'l11rtyffo1w1 --B - W t J: Yggncnaa THE ANMMAL L .-,Q Yi ' warm' rlvawf-'L:5m.-.- Freshman Class History As we are all gathered together for the last time as Freshmen, I will read the happenings of the year: Our first activity as Freshmen was the organization of our class, Miss Burgoon was chosen as faculty adviser, Raymond Arnold was elected president of our class: Flora Geitgey, vice presidentg and Verla Bricker, secretary-treasurer. We selected Lavender and Gold as our class colors. Ahout two weeks after school started the junior class gave us a weiner roast in Hawk's woods. There, we were initiated into the mysteries of Creston High. The fol- lowing Friday night we reciprocated with a party at the home of Kathryn Fulton. On Hallowe'en we were invited to a party at the school house, sponsored hy the junior class. It was the first allfhigh school party of the year. At Christmas time, we gave a class party at the school house, This ended parties until midfyear exams were over. Almost all of the Freshmen passed these. On Vv'ashington's Birthday we gave a chapel program. We also, with the aid of the Sophomores, sponsored a temperance play, "Ten Nights in a Bar Room." This was given hy the Smithville Players. ln athletics we were represented hy Raymond Arnold on the haskethall and hase- hall teams: also hy Otto Glassnap, Harry Kissinger, Rohert Shaffer, and Clare Blough on the haskethall teams, Glassnap playing in the county tournament. - Cl5NI5.-X SHUY. WHAT FRESHMEN ARE STUDYING TO BE Raymond Arnold, "Ramy"--Algehra Professor Clare Blough, "Happy"-Baskethall star Verla Bricker, "Vv'impy" --Mechanic's wife Donald Carter, "Peanut"--Heavyfweight Boxing Champion Harold Chase. k'Saxophone" -Star Baseball pitcher jean Chase, "Pugl'- -Music Teacher Gladys Douhle, 'xDuh"-Tap Dancer Rohert Earl. "Squirrel"--Sewer Cleaner -lane Elliston. 'xPeg"--Evangelist David Fausnight. x'Davy" -Detective Kathryn Fulton, "Kate"- Wife of a Millionaire Russell Gantz, uStanley"- Champion Pig Racer Morrison Gillen, "Morri"--Second Hoover Carlyle Grunder, "Yippey"-Champion Hog Caller Blanche Henry, "Hen"--Health Nurse Dorothy Herman. "Dot"- Piano Player Harry Kissinger, "Kissie" --Manager of Loan Co, Mary Marko, "Minnie Mouse"-- Science teacher Frank Miller, "Fagan"- -Artist Orahelle Noinmay, KAWllbblE"7OPCliil Singer Dorothy Perram, "Doli'y"- Farmer's wile Evelyn Schar, "Evy"--Clerk in Marriage License Bureau Rohert Shaffer, "Boh"-- Engineer Conda Shuy, uShonda"- Aviator Ruth Weideiiiziii, "Runt"- -Bathing Beauty Lena Yonker, "VJienie"- lvfovie Star Clatus Hamilton. "Ham"--Principal of Creston Flora Gietgey, "Flossiel' -Village Gossiper Gtto Glassnap. "Classy"-Sheriff. fljage 'Tlnrty-fiuel -41. E,.i2bwM f 62 N :WE EMMA ' ' 'UOGM' p. js ? HHLEL4 i F R ' "Nt, jg-...ww NNE, f 0 5552 , '7 3.5-'if '1 USS A T E 5 M KT fPa11c T'lll'fj".Xl.Yil L.-UCU-'UE j':""': ,I 4 I Wvwi'E3l -. S39 l 5 EWMESQQMMA , 6 , A A QSIHGIIHIHIUILQJIEQCIIHIIGIES I at if lm 'grae Kasilfw Baseball 'B l I a I U us Cla! Raw?-Harold Henry, Harry Moyer, Harry Keltz, Raymond Arnold. 12nd Row-Emerson Rugh, Carl Harris, Wayne Orr, Homer Miller, Ira Kissinger, Mr. Frey. Hrd Row!-Melvin Rhoades, Harvey Linder, Harry Zimmerman, Ross Ditch, Arthur Stahl, Charles Arnold. The High School baseball team had a very successful fall season, winning both the games played. Only two games were played due to disagreeable weather. We look forward to an even better season in the spring with the efficient coaching of Mr. Frey. FALL SCORES Creston 9 Sterling l Creston 9 Congress 3 SPRING SCHEDULE April April April April April May Ivlay May May 13- 4Burbank here 17 4Burbanlc there 20fSterling there 24 4Smithville here 28 f-Sectional Tournam l-Sterling here 5--fFinal tournament Sf' Congress here 11 -West Salem there fPay.1e 'fltirtyfeightil ent at Chester .1lQlgR Y rpgyogg 52 fav: 5 THE ANNMA ll.-.-.9 K -at ' wont - Q 11vaam1L""Th.-.-.- Basketball flat Rowl-Harry Kissinger, Wayne Orr, Robert Schaffer, Raymond Arnold, Harold Henry, Leonard Showalter f2nd Row!-Carl Harris, Raymond Schlegel Cstudent managerl, Harry Moyer, Homer Miller, Arthur Stahl, Emerson Rugh, Lloyd Beal, Otto Glassnap, Glenn Sonnedecker, Claire Blough, Mr. Frey. Grd Row?-Charles Arnold, Harry Zimmerman, Harvey Linder, Ross Ditch, Ira Kissinger, Melvin Rhoades. Creston haskethall team had a fairly successful season, winning 7 of the li games played. We must give our hoys credit for their Hne spirit of sportsmanship and fair play. Although the team had some tough hreaks, they took them hravely. Both the Reserve and the Varsity teams want to thank Mr. Frey for his fine coaching and hard work, and for the many hours he spent trying to make a winning haskethall team for C. H. S. Positzon Foul Field Total Zimmerman F, 12 31 74 Ditch G, 22 27 72 Arnold F. 4 29 62 Linder, Capt. C. 13 23 59 Kissinger G. 8 20 48 Rhoades F, 7 I 5 35 Glassnapp F. 4 5 14 Stahl F. U 6 I 2 Mclycr G. 3 4 ll Beal F. 0 2 4 Hinge fl'l1irzy'nmcj urn: l.-..:....l .----f - A .ma bg fvrf":"'m"'i l f' I 5 THE ANNEX 1 Danni . :S wow - -.-.-...: 17:-iii-sim-.R 8 Vwfc wen! to Big Prairie for our first victory of the season. Score was 27-7. ll In a hard fought hattle Dalton defeated our hoys in the last few minutes of play. Score, 191211. I7 ln a very fast galne Crtston won from Doylestown on our home lloor, 26252. ll Vv'e went to Congress with the intention of winning hut were disappointed. 1613. 23 Vv'e lost to Sterling on their floor after a hard hattle. Score, 39142. .IANVARY 5 Marshallville came here and put up a stiff Eglin, hut we won, 2904. 12 Chester came here for a walloping. They got it, 49111. I3 Creston went to Seville and received the worst licking they got all season, 6421, 9 ln one of the hest games of the season, our hoys heat Smithville in a rough hattle. 21112, 211 Creston went to Rittman hut were not able to hold the Young Men down. Score, 41-21. Z6 W'e journeyed to Vvfest Salem to win. 27fl7. Iii-mwaiw 2 Rittman came to Creston. Vvfe were again defeated hy them, 35-26. 6 NNI' travelled to Burhank to take them down a little. 3843. 9 Sterling came here to wind up the league play for the season of '33734 hy winning 3921. W'AvNra Coi'N'rY TOIARNAMENT, Frtimvaav 17 Creston's defeat in their first game at the tournament was the higgest upset of the year. Chester won in the last few minutes, 14-12. Re The Creston Reserves had a very successful year, winning ten out of twelve games. The serves played the preliminary to the varsity game, taking the place of a girls' haslcethall team. Scores for the season are as follows: E R December 12- Creston 8 Dalton 14-MHere Qovertimej Decemher 1 5 Creston 16 Doylestown 12 Here Decemher 22--V Creston 31 Congress 16-f There Decemher Z3 - Creston 'lil Sterling 19 - There -lanuary 'S -Creston 11 Nlarshallville 6 W Here january 12 Creston 17 Chester 7 Here january 13 Creston 12 Seville 111 There january 19 Creston 17 Smithville 9-Here january I6---Creston I4 West Salem ll There fiehruary Z Creston 17 Rittman 5- Here Fehruary 6' Creston 23 Burhanlc ll There ffehruary 9 Creston 13 Sterling 26 Here Creston total score 191 Opponents' total score--133 Menihers ol' the Reserve team and their individual scoring are Forwards: Henry, Capt.. 36: ugh 291 Center: Cvlassnap, 56: Guards: Miller 41: Sonnedeclcer 8. Suhs: Arnold 17, Kiss' inger 7. Orr, Blougli, Shallier. eil ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The High School Athletic Association is composed of any one who has earned a letter in her hasehall or haslcethall. Members are Kissinger, Rhoades, Linder, Ditch, Zimmerman, Milf ler, Henry, and Sonnedecker. Mr. Frey, Coach, is faculty adviser. fPt1ge Fnrtyfl dQN1.'2aavr l , venom ,Q is ' if THE AISQNMA : 55 E Q if Q Q ! J Q J 5 E' M ' I J' I Q NO 7 if 9 Q EW ?W1AM7Jj?fK AGETMVMQIFMHES n Y by-,nf-SUT...-. lf.f,fM,I11EKS,2w1M5 W l Senior Class Play flat R11wl4W'41y11v Orr, Harold Hrnry, Rnlwr! 'l'l1o111psu11. l ml Rnwlffllvlun Snluncmlcrkcr, Miss Cahill, 'l'l1el111a l.rl1111.111, Russel Scl11xmIli11grr. 1 lirll R nvwv' lglivtty Mycrs, Flora l14'm 1 Krause, l,1l1m Glicm, Marjorie W'r5gl1l. PLAY CAST Nfunnlm lVl.1l1111v Ckwlx .11 lfll111lt'sl1w111c , Tl1vl111.1 l.cl1111.111 Utl1w1 'llllll Mlll1'1ll N111'.1's swccll11'411'l, , H.11'11lll HU1111' Mrx. lilllllf' lf.11'11l1.1111 L.11'1y's .llllll Ivy l1llll'l'lllQL' , Bully lvlyurs l..lI'l'Y lfllwlt A yllllllg l111s111css 111.111, . ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,. 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' . , ,,,, , C.l1.11l1l Hupp LII 3 N llkl MIN cllfllllllk' S111yll1cfKv1'sQy VlX'lilllNS 1111wtl1U1' ,,,,, M111'l1111r1' Sll1yllIk"Kk'I'SL'y VlX'l.lll s l11'11tl1u1' ,,,,,,, ,, 'flu' Setting ,,.FlUI'CllCk' Kr.111sr ,, ,, liLl11.1 Rllium , Xyvyllyllf U11 Apt I l1v1111f 11111111 wi' l,.ll'I'X' lfll1utl's l111111c, .1l11111l Bzllll mfclnwuk Ill mlm lll-lL'l'IlUllIl. 7 A N Act lll 5.1111v Act ll N11111' .lf lll A01 l, lxuv xvucks l1llUl' AllWUlIl 'ljgll l .lvl Y IN Ill p1'cx'1u11s Acts. l..1llL' lll-lLxl'llOUll 111 vlllllk' .llW1Lll -MSU l ,lvl llll-gc I'wIV7'lX'lll'Ul ttuiaax Tau: 'ras Kmtrfua A ...,.-.-9 i '-fi Joavaf .rm - -,, Synopsis A story of modern and fashionahle life is revealed in this play. Larry Elliott, a true friend of everyone, loves his fiancee, Vivian SmythefKersey, very much, much lo the joy of his aunt who could persuade Vivian to do anything she wished. Larry promised old Bill Hopps to care for his child, whom he thought was a hoy, and his old pardncr, Aleck Twiggs. Charlie and Aleck arrived, much to the displcasure of his aunt and Vivian, who said she would not marry him if he continued this crazy plan, Nevertheless, Larry was very detcrminedg so with the aid of his col' lege mate, Ted Hartley, whom his aunt and fiancee disliked very much, managed to hring these people into his house. Charlie, discovered to he a girl, was very crude and they all were disgusted with her. Mrs. SmythefKersey, on heing insulted hy Uncle Aleck, said she would never come again. Her son lvlortimer, who thought lille very lioring, found Charlie interesting finuch to the disgust of his mother. Charlie, on having heen accused of stealing, went awayg however, Mrs. Farnham was the guilty one. Charlie hecame quite sophisticated during her stay in New York and had many loversfreceiving marriage proposals from Ted, Ivlortimcr, and Larryg hut she loved only Larry. It ended in a happy love affair for these two. Humor is added to the play hy the antics ot Uncle Aleck, in the guise of hecom' mg a hutler, and hy the Irish maid's love affair. fPagc Fortyftlireel -an Qu- l,,,,,,, .jl i...-.Q IW? AQSQQMAQ l , Junior Class Play ,.....1 L flat Ruwl-l,uwvlI Irvin, Ru-as Dilrlw. Harvcv Limlvr, l,lm,'d B1-nl. find Rnwl--Miss Cahill lcn.u'lU, llclvn Hvrmam, Nlnrgarct Sykrs, Hazel MCU. Vcrmla Nlull, Mnrgnrvl Runs. iirwl Row!-fflzvvlyn Ifullr, Ira Kissingcr, Iflsic Bnrtlmlmualy, Roy Annluw. PLAY CAST fxllxkk llilk-Ilt'llx' lIllk'IlLlL'Cl l1l'1clc.,,, , , , , , ltvvlyn lull: Kitty NIXIVI' ul fxlllk' , , , ,, , ,lVl.llj.1.lIl'l Klux .'Xlm.1 mlvmlual lWllLlt'NIIliIlkl . . , , , ,, X1-MIA MM: lllll-B' llwll guvxt .xml NPHHNKII' ui Ilud., ., ,,.,..,,,. , Hvlrn Hv1m.111 lM'll.n Spmlv .mrvllwcr gllx'-I .md l,llL'llQl ui Alia ',.., , Mxurgurvt Sy-lu-X Mxx Isl'-IIVUK' nu-tlwr 111' Alum' ,,.. ,, ,, , ., ,,,, lil-ln' l'r.l1'ilwlm11.1y fhmn llw lilxlwtlvf cull-uvul IIIfllLl,. H.x:L'l Md: Ur l3lKllt'llA' Iatlxvr U1 Allui, . H .. ....,, Roy fxlllrllllfl R.lyIlHlIlll l3.llliYlHt' lI1lk'I1Llk'Ll grummln., ,...,, ,, lluw llltclw .Luk Mn-my Allrvl vllllilft' , ,.,,, . ,,,,, , ,, ,. , ,, H.1xx'cy l,ll1klCl' Hairy flnrtvl flgllkll Elj,flllL'Ull'fllll'Jll Iilmlw ,,,,,. , , .Lluyd lil-all flll.IIIl'N lmllxlmml ul fhvlnl, ,, .. .., , H lmwcll IIYIH Bully Kun Nllltlflll lll Inu' Wlll1 Kllly ',,, . .,,,, ,lm KINNIHQVI 'flu' Sctling Tum' Sulnlmw. l'l.lcc Alum' liislxutlfs lumw on Lung lslglml, Nuw York. Act I Early Illllflllllg. Aft ll Eau-ly Ill.lCl'Illllll1 Alllkl L'VL'IllllQ. Act Ill Evcuing. fllxlqm' l:lY7'lf",,4'1ll'l Iu. ...a' """ ,,,,4,,, pg f -in L.-.E TrHlE ABQQQMQKFIMA W Synopsis Alice Bisnette's guy summer house party, celehraiting her wedding on the following day, is interrupted hy .L raw, gaiwky, hiclvlike country cousin of Daisy Bell. His coming creates excitement in il household already thrilled over the fzict that ai jewel thief known :is "The Crow" is git large, Everyone falls under suspicion. Ivloreover, complications arise in the love affair QU of Alice and Rnymoncl. A mysterious young main, ,luck Merry, after many difficulties wins Alice. Comedy is furnished hy Kitty and Billy, Burl, :incl the two colored servants. fpuge FU7'lX'fl'l':':I B l l ,mr Il.- i,W ,S ,,.r..-..,.., i...-.s ,IME Aflilaiiifflmb nnual Staff flat Row!-Vlfnyne Orr, Roy Anistutz, Russel Schnmllinger, Glenn Snxmedecker. Chrismpher Cameron, Mr. Frey. 12nd Ruwl-Harold Henry, Marjorie Wright ireplaccd by Edna Glieml, Betty Myers, Florence Krause, Thelma Lehnum, Homer Miller. Thc Amiuall Stuff was chosen in the Full and thc duties of thc various positions wcrc cxplniiicd. Mcctiiigs wcrc licld amd catch stuff mcmhcr workcd diligciitly amd ulliciciitly to pohlish the Aomiall. Exccllcnt cooperation was rcccivcd from thu class and from thc high school, llositioiis wcrc hcld :ls follows: Cllciio SOllIlL'klL'CliL'l' .,,, , llctty Nlyvrs H, ., Clliristoplicr Clzinwroii Harold Hciiry ',,,..,.,r,,. Tliclmal Lclimxoi ,,,,,, Wxiyiit' Orr ...,,,... Edlizi Ulicm .,,,, Honicr Millci' ,.,. . Florciicu Kraiuscw . Russcll Schmolliiigcr, Roy Amstut: .....,, , Ivlr. Hurry Frey ,. 7,,.,.,Editorfiii 'chicf ..,.,,Assist:oit Editor ..,,,,BLlSlllCS5 Mxiiiglgcr ,r.,,Assist1mt Busiocss lvlauiaigcr .,,.......,....,i..Y.Litcra11'y Editor ,....,..,..AlLll11lll Editor .,..,.Music :md Drzimaitics Editor r....,......Athlctic Editor okc and Cxllcndau' Editor 7...,.Sna1psliot Editor .,,,,.,,,juoior Editor ......FllClllIy Adviscr Ilpugs Fortyfsixl .buena L ,, P3004 62 l THE ANNUAL lu: --my V 13? ' manor Lim Orchestra Clst RowlGmHarold Chase, Roy Amstutz, Glenn Sonnedecker, Christopher Cameron, Isabelle Buchanan, Homer I er. 12nd Row!-lVlr. Young, june Harris, Howard Nlurray, Leonard Showalter, Harold Graf, Emerson Rugh, Francis Haley, Ruth Weideliinn, Rena Feeman, Kathryn Fulton, Lee Dicus, Wade Renneclcer, Morrison Girfen, Lloyd Beal. Hrd Rnwl-Grace Gruncler, Clayton Slianlcland, james Gliem, Robert Clapp, Arthur Nlumaw, Jay Lehman, Harold Krabill, Jean Boot. The Orchestra this year is a combination of musicians from the grades and high school. In consists of various instruments including violins, saxophones, clarincts, corners, tronihones, lween in Creston. Conduclm Mr, Harry Young Piano june Harris Violms Grace Crunder Emerson Rugh Catharine Fulton Harold Graf -lean Boor lvlorrison Gillen Lee Dicus Harold Krahill Clayton Shankland lay Lehman Robert Clapp Francis Haley Ruth Wiederiizlii Rena Feenian Ralph Krabill I:Page Fovtyfsevenj and piano. Under the direction oli lvlr. Young, it has been quite successfull and played for thc various activities ol' the school year. WT consider our Orchestra one ol the Suxopliones Glenn Sonnedeeker Roy Ainstut: Harold Chase Clarinet Christopher Cameron Cornels and 'Trmnpets Howard lvlurray Lloyd Beal Wilde Rcnncekcr Ellsworth Fetzer Tromhmles Homer Miller lsahelle Buchanan Drums Arthur Muinaw hcst that has ever 5 u l ,r l. i. 5' ' ' "xi-,,.2ndlf ---f'--wvvodf H5 'WE Aagfiaguae Short Story After the contest for the best short story was an' nounced a great many contributions were submitted by the student body. From these "Strife in the Stratosphere," written by Glenn Sonnedeelcer, was chosen as the Creston entry in the county contest. County results are not known as yet. Last year Clenn's story placed second in county competition. Declamation Creston High was represented at the County Declaf mation Contest at Apple Creek, February 13, 1934, by Verda Metz, a member of the junior class. A silver medal was awarded ber for winning second place with her declamation, "On the Other Train." fPuge Forty-eiglitl L11 :ICJ qggn-sX- A IHEAUQWQHMA W 5 -.ana-ca Debate Team llsl Row?-Hamer Nliller, Christopher Canwron, Roy Ainstun, Harold Henry. tlnd Row?-Robert Thompson, Glenn Sunnedecker, Hazel Metz, Leonard Showalter, Miss Cahill. The Question: Resolved that the U. S, should adopt the essential features of the British system ol' radio operation and control. The Affirmative team was eomposed of Christopher Cameron, Glenn Sonne' deelter, and Harold Henry with Rohert Thompson as Alternateg the Negative team of Leonard Showalter, Homer Miller and Roy Amstut: with l'la:el Met: as alternate. Although we made mueh preparation and held a praetiee dehate early in the season. we were eliminated from league eompetition hy the elosing of sehool heeause nl- the searlet fever epidemic, lptige Fnrtyfnxilrl nsxuagc-o i,f,f,?"" iw KQNMA W if French and Latin Club ,ll l... flat Row?-Howard Murray, Emerson Rugh, Robert Wiedenian, Rlgsael Schmollinger, Raymond Schlegel, Chris- topher Cameron, Glenn Sonnedecker, Wayne Orr, Leonard uwa ter. 12nd Row!--Harold Henry, Miss Burgoon, Margaret Sykes, Hazel Metz, Verda Metz, Marjorie Wriglit, Lorna Mu- maw, Florence Krause, Relcla Scholl, Thelma Lehman. Grd Ruwl-Lavonne Benjamin, Helen Beck, Anna Smith, Zetta Shanlcland, Grace Grnnder, Margaret Ganu, Dur- nthy Gantz, Rena Feeman, Eileen Fetzer, Betty Myers, Edna Glienx. The French and Latin Cluh organizccl in the fall with a mcmlwcrsliip of tw-siityl sight, clccting: lictty Myers, prcsidciitg LaVoniic Bciijamiii, secretary: Vcrda Metz, trcasurcr. We chose grccn and white as our clulw colors and Lily of the Valley as our flowcr, with Miss Burgooii as adviser. lii March tht- cluh spmism-cd a high sclinul St. l'at1'icl4's Day party which was ai hugs succcss. fpuge Fiftyl 'SQL ies Karim .....f'lf C. H. S. Diary 1933-34 SliP'I'EMl3IiR 'T -School hegins. S Seniors entertain Sophomores with oodles of weiners. juniors entertain Freshmen li Entertainment compliment returned. 18512 f Getting ready for the fair. 27 School hoard gives us permission to go to the fair. QS Co to fair without permission. Did you get the Plymouth? 29 -We went to the fair again sans permission. We didn't get the Ford, either. CUCTUBER 6 Senior class play was chosen, 'kHere Comes Charlie." 13 Final tryfouts for the Senior class play. Q4 Junior Class gave Chapel program. 26 High school sponsored a Hallowelen party. 27 Hurrah! We get a vacation for one day. Teachers went to Cleveland. 28 Seniors present Chapel program. The annual staff was appointed. NovEMBER 2 Florence and Betty were chosen as cheer leaders. 3 Raymond Huhacher caused a great commotion in the Study Hall hy spilling : hag of peanuts. 7s fChapell Rev. Clanaham gave a line sermon and special music hy Mr. Vyfilliamson 10 Mr. Dancey gave a very interesting talk, saying nothing ahout the cheer leaders i3 Class Play cast enjoyed a steak supper and drunken hrawl in the Home Ee Room. lo 7-- State intelligence test. IS High School Day at Vxfooster Campus. 21 Homer fell asleep in P. A. D. Class. Out too late again! 22 High School graded intelligence tests. '23 Several memhers of the Senior Play Cast made an enjoyahle trip to Wcmrlster. 24-25 - Senior Class Play. 27 Seniors get their proofsg what mugs! ZS High School pictures were taken for the Annual. 29 Thanksgiving vacation starts. Donlt eat too much turkey. Difczmvmek 5 Chapel program fRev. Stockham. 6 Rest of the pictures for the Annual were taken. R First haskethall game at Big Prairie. Creston hrings home the hacon. I3 'Gym schedule started, I6 French and Latin Cluh sponsored a Bunco Party. 18 ParentfTeachers meeting. 22 Last day of school hefore the holidays. 23 Christmas vacation! Santa Claus comes to sec us. -l.-XNUARY 2 Vacation comes to an end. Five months of hard work ahead. 3 M1'. Frey gave visitors a hawling out. S Chapel. Rev. Bohnert. l1f1'2 fMidfyear exams. Wlieyxf! were they hard! I7 All the way to three people passed French exam. Wti wonder why. IS Miss Cahill wears her new reflectors. 23 Seniors give temperance program. 26 Some sadflooking faces, grade cards were given out for the third time. fpagr Fll.IX'!VHCJ .house W it f':"a"""'1 g i ! TW? ANNUAL - L...-ug :Bi uname. ,,-,,,! 30 Final tryfouts for declamation. Fiiiiiur,xRY i 1 We are all glad to see Irene hack after her long ahsence from school. 5 Sonnedeckers taxi took dehate team to Wadsworth. 6 Chapel Rev. Bohnert. Mr. McCoy gave some very good readings. 7 Virginia and Sonny show their rudeness in English class. U Last League haskethall game. I4 Homer again got caught eating candy in school. li Flossie got her seat moved up in front. I6 juniors try out for Class play. 17 Dehate team journeys to Wooster in Miller's taxi. 19 Betty decided to take the study hall floor in lieu of her seat. Ask her! 20 Freshmen show their ahility to act hy giving a Washington program in Chapel. 21 Chris has the honor of sitting in front of the Study Hall, the hetter to he seen, of course. 22 Something else to think ahout, six weeks tests again. 23 Sonny took a nap in l'. A. D. classg a good place for relaxation. Zo Does Miller look any older? He's IS today. ZS We wonder why Mr. jeandrevin played hooky??? M.-xiuzii 2 We missed UQ Miss Burgoon's smiling face. 5 Dear Calendar, nothing happened. Ii We all wonder whether Sonny and Doe, to say nothing of Harry Frey, are "convinced" S The editor-infchief of the Annual and his executives motored to Wooster via the Sonnedecker taxi. 9 French and Latin Cluhs sponsor St. Patricks Day party. 13 Boy, did it rain in the English room today. 14 Melvin and Boh were sent out of Biology, into more mischief again! 15 Boh gets caught copying spelling words. Tough luck, Bob! 19 Russell S. was trying to catch up on his hack sleepg Bookkeeping class is a good place, all right. ZH Another vacationg school closed hecause of scarlet fever. APRIL Z Short Story Contest. 4 We wonder whether Margaret Cant: wouldn't like cushions on the Study Hall floor? Easier landing. 5 We were all surprised to learn that Harry K. knew how to dance. ll School again closed hecause of Scarlet Fever. 19 All1County Musical at Wooster High School Auditorium. 27 Sectional hasehall tournament. 2728 junior Class play. MAY S Senior farewell program. 1041 Senior exams. 12 juniorfSenior Banquet, I6 Sth Grade Commencement. IS Picnic. H311 ge Filly-two'l xi...D4'4Vf' - ww vs :rm U P. .S , wmzt U ALUMNI sunk 3 Y Q t bs Tn: nayan l E H TW ANNUAL .-.E ,W fa! danny CLASS of 1890 Mary Dyer Angel' Housewife Alberta Hurd Unknown ,AA.,,..,.. Herman Hurd Unknown .,.,......,, Marne Fetzer Hullf Housewife ,..... Willard Smith Unknown ,,.,.,.,, ..,,....... . Ira Stauffer Retired ....7,.A..,,. ,.,...........................,,....., CLASS of 1891 Kate Coulter Uhendotfer Housewife ,.,...w,....w........... . Maine Halfey Laneaster Housewife ....... .lennie Wells Hay -fDeeeasedl Claire Hyde Wilson- -Housewife ,..,.......,e...,...i..,,....., CLASS of 1893 Maude Tuttle MeQuate Housewife .,....,...,..,.......,.. Kate Haffey Unknown ..,.,......,.,,,.........,,....,....,,,..., Cloyd Mellvaine U. S. Government employee ..... Vinnie Kerr Gensemer QDeeeasedj Edgar Knowlton M.D ....,.........,.......,.....,.,....., Miles Ewing Works for Kelvinator ..,... Craee Wells Torhy Housewife ....... Stephen Wells QDeeeasedj Alma Wells St. john 'Housewife .....,,.....,............,..... . CLASS of 1895 Hettie Rorer Fetzer fHousewife ,......,,..........,. .........,. Malwel Belle Foueh Housewife.. ............., ....... . . Will Romieh Unemployed ,....i....e,...... Leroy Smith Deputy Prohate judge ..,,.,r.,.i.. ,..,,.....,e.. Uraee Simmons Smith f'QDeeeasedj CLASS of 1896 Arthur Hall QDeeeasedj Laverne Mellvaine Ewing Housewife ,,.... Verda St, john Barker flleeeasedj Hazel Ruggles Stauffei' Housewife ...., Aliee Wells Mellvaine Housewift ',... .,e.... ..,,,..,..,,. Zana Davidson Beal Housekeeper .,,,...,.,,,..,ee....,,.ee,..,,,... CLASS of 1898 Anna Tuttle Bixler Housewife ..,.,,,,r.....,....,,.,.,,,,...,-,e, Orrin Peppard fDeeeasedj Verna Lee Hall Housewife ...e..,.., ,ee.....,,....,,.....,,..,,...... CLASS of 1899 lsalvel Beal Snyder Housewife ..,,i.,......,e,....e,...,,e....,,,,. . Nettie Kidd Folson QDeeeasedj Ruth McCoy Hoyt Housewife .,.,,,....,,ee...,, Lois Crane Eshelman Cant: Housewife ..,, .. Margaret Shriner Frary lDeeeasedj Utillia Bowlnan Wittenlworn Housewife ...,......,,.,.,,,,,. May Tanner Seliainp Housewife. ,............,e ...,.,...,,,... , CLASS of woo Beulah Tanner Hohson Housewife ...,.....,,...,,,......,.. Nora Uhers Sellers 'Housewife ....,,, Leila Hall Saleslady .,,i.,,e...e,,........ Clyde Miller Clerk ....,,,,...,,....,,,.. Nora South Censemer Housewife ...,, ,.,e,e....,........,.... llhige Fzftyffolwl ........Calion, O. .........Unknown ............Unknown .......Elkhart, Ind. .........Unknown ....,........Creston, O. Cig Harbor, Wash. ..........Cleveland, O ........Seville, O ........Lakewood, U. .......,Cleveland, O. ......,Ballwoa Heights ........Mantua, O. .........Cleveland, O. ............Urlwana, U. .......Tomona, Calif. ............Orrville, O. .........Eugene, Ore. ...........Akron, O. .........Creston, U. ........Seville, U. ........Williard, U. ........Seville, O. ........Akron, O. ........Akron, O. ........Ak1'13I1, U. .........Creston, U. .......Wooster, 0. .........Creston, O. .........Cleveland, O. .,..........Dover, U. ........Portland, Ore. ............Creston, O. ........Cleveland, C. .....,,Wooster, O. .........Creston, O. asv: 'WE Kmwua -,- U,,,,,,S.- 1- an www CLASS of 1901 Winnie MeDermotifDeeeasedj Charles Morehead-President of Goodyear .,............. Amy Fuller Cushing-Housewife .............. Myrtie Sehamp Valentine -Housewife .,.... Arthur Morrowf - Farmer ..,..,.,,.......,..,.........,.,,........ Dora Wells FranksffHousewife. ..r.r........,........Y..,.,,... CLASS of 1903 Clem Burkholder-Westinghouse Elee. Co ...,......, .... Candus Tuttle MeIlvaineffDeeeasedJ Clella Romieh NashfHousewife .........,......... Luella MeKelvey Campbell-Housewife ......,............. Pearl South Franklwerger--Housewife ........................,.. CLASS of 1904 Mamie Mellvaine Broomall--Housewife ,..,,......,,.V....... Clyde Ault-Unknown .......,.....,,.............,.. Rosa Houts Malone fHousewife .,............,,.,, Hallie Heekman SteenhurghHHousewife ...... Carl Stehhinsf- fDeeeasedj Winnie SiglerfsfDeeeasedJ Clayton HC1L1tS+ElCCCflC1HI1 ...............,.,.......,.....,.......,,.... CLASS of 1905 Zoe Zehner SnyderfHousewife ................ ,,..e,......,, Gertrude Taylor-Saleslady .....,........... Beulah Romieh Walla-Housewife .,........,,........,...,..., Nellie Carter ---fDeeeasedj Ethel Boley Myers fSoeiety Editor Bcaconffournal ...,,.. Clara Criswald Cowles sHousewife .........,...........,.,...... Cle Showalter-Lahorer ,.....,ee......,.,.......,.....,,.............. Edwin Krester-fUnknown .......,..,,,.....,......,.. Ben Mellvaine-Deputy County Treasurer r,,. Clark Ault-Y--fDeeeasedj George Brady-Telegraph Operator.. ...,.,,...,.Y,......s,.., .. CLASS of 1907 james Menehing flnsuranee Agent ..,.........i....,.i.,,....,,.. LUIS Smith Carsonf-Housewife .,r.....,.,......, ...........i, Ross Mellvaine-AfRuhher worker ....,.. .. Stella Steele MyersffHousewife ..,......, Arthur Heekman-ffDeeeasedJ Florence Ewing Morrison-fHousewife ..... .....iY....... Marjorie Zehner Findlay-Housewife ......,....,.Y. .....i...., . . CLASS of 1908 Charlotte Troutman Shoemaker-fDeeeasedQ Harry Ahyf Railroad Freight Agent ...,,.,......,...., Claude Edis' fFarmer ..... ,,,Y..................,........ . . Florence Tenny-f-Unknown .,......,.,....,.,. . Mildred Stehhins Corkett Housewife ....,.. Howard IrvinfWadsworth Lumher Co ...... Edythe Jordan OverlyfHousewife .......r.... Pearl SehlegelfHousekeeper ...,........,.....,....... ....... Walter Edis-Farmer ..............,...............,.......,.....,..... fPage Fiftyfjivcl .......................China Wenadehee, Wash. ..............Canton, O. ..............Creston, O. .........Aliron, O. ........Mansiield, O. ....Roehes-ter, N. Y. ...........Cleveland, O. ........Manslield, O. ....,..Creston, O. .........Cleveland, O. Louis, Mo. ...........Creston, O. ......St. Louis, Mo. ........New London, . O ................l'iqua, O. ................Lodi, O. .........,Akron, O. ........Sterling, O. ..,.....Creston, U. ......Wellsville, O ......Wooster, O. ..........Peox'ia, O. ......Oneonta, N. Y. .,.......Wooster, C. .......Wadsworth, O. ...........Creston, O. .......Millershurg, 0. ......Youngstown, O. ........Steuhenville, . U ......Wadsworth, U. ........Seattle, Wash. ........Folsom City, Calif. ..............Wadsworth, O. ..,,....Fredriekshurg, Va. .................Creston, O. .......Wadsworth, O. ffm, .eggs g "" ' ' V wana. ' ng img ' a ' THE ANNMAL L my Q, ful wana, CLASS of 1909 Helen Cole Secrist Housewife ..,..,.......,.A..,,......,.......,.. ...A..... R ittman, O. Miles Benjamin Farmer .....,........ ..,....,,, M assillon, O. Paul Matteson -- -Pharmacist ........,....,.,....,......., .....,...,..,,.. C reston, O. Ralph jordan -Unknown .....,................,.,,,. ,.,.,. ....AA, W a rrensville, O. Edgar McDermott President of Electric Co ....... ,Los Angeles, Calif. Ruhy Allan - Unknown ..,...,...........,,.,..,.......,. Helen Tuttle Atkinson --Housewife ,.,......... , Emma Troutman Thatcher Housewife ......,....,.....,.... Hazel Tuttle KirchnerfHousewife A............,,...,,......, .... . CLASS of 1910 Bertha Smith Reynolds Davis Housewife ....,.....,.,....,... Scott johnson -Ticket Agent, Erie R. R .....,,.............. Cliffton Houts Foreman, Morley Steel Co ...,............ CLASS of 191 1 C.arI jordan Farmer .....,.,.....r.,...........,...... i.,...... ...... A... Susie Cole Switzer --fDeceasedj Charles Schlegel Meat Wholesaler ......,.. Roy Burkholder Die Storage Co .....,, Melvin Smith Farmer ............,.......,t,....,,. Margaret Wells ----Unknown ,............,....Y,., Ray Burkholder- Painter Confection Eloise jordan Newberry -Housewife ........,. Ada Williaiins Pinkley -Housewife ........., Gladys Stuckey Langdon Housewife ,,,,.. Co ..,.. Daisy Tuttle Schlegel Housewife .........r, ....., ..,,, ,,.. Mary Zehner Ginn - -Housewife ..,....,,.........,....,............. CLASS of 1912 Harley Coffey Mail Clerk ..,.....v,,....,.......................,.. Eva Nye Brillhart- Housewife ...r,...,, ....., Adrian Baum- Salesman ..................,.............. Norris Uverly Salesman 1...,,....,....... e......e......... Howard Knepp Mgr. Creston Basket Co ...,,.. Clarence Whcviisetlei' Insurance Salesmanu, ....r Merlt' Tuttle- Salesman ....,,,,....,,,,.s..,,,..,,,.....,, ,... ,,,....... CLASS of 1913 Eva Bower Haas Housewife ,......,.,.....,.......,.,. .,,,...,,., Hazel Shaw White Housewife .....,...., U'Neill Nowell fDeceasedj Florence jordan Mougey Housewife ..,,.. Donald Censeiner Merchant .r...,..,.......,....,.,...,r,.,.,,,... Earle Peake Shipping Clerk, Erie R. R .....,.. ...........,...... CLASS of 1914 Ruth Smith Unknown ......................,.... ..........,,...,..,..... Rosa Miller Koiser Housewife .......,........,.....,.,.,r.,..... Ethel Schlegel Allen Housewife ...r.,.............. Hohart Coffey Professor at Law School ,,,r... Corrine jordan Hunter - Housewife ......,.... Marion Russell Frasher Housewife ....,........,.,...,,..,, , Marjorie Uensemcr Tuhessing- --Housewife ..............,.. CLASS of 1915 Bennie Romich --Stehhins' Bank ....,.,....,.,.............,..,..,., , Earl Clessner Restaurant Prop ..................,.............,. fpagc Fiftyfsixzl ........,.....,.Unknown .......Napoleon, O. .,...,...Elyria, U. ......Creston, O. ,...,,....Creston, O. ...,......,.,Creston, O. .....Alhamhra, Calif. ..,,.....Creston, Q. ..........,..Creston, O. ..........Mansfield, O. ,.........Creston, O. ...........Lodi, O. ..,.....VJooster, O. ..........Medina, O. ....,........r.Seville, C. .....,...Cleveland, O. .............Creston, O. ........Youngstown, O. ..........Creston, O. ...W.............,Marion, O. .,............,Akron, O. Wheeling, W. Va. ....................Creston, U. ............Seville, O. .,.....,Ashland, O. ........Detroit,, Mich. ..r,..........,Sev1lle, O. ..,,.r,.Crawford, N. ..,,...VVadsworth, O. ..........Creston, U. ..........,......Unknown ....rMarshallville, O. .............Tampa, Fla. ..Ann Arhor, Mich. ..,.......Cleveland, O. ..........,....LeRoy, 0. .......Wadsworth, O. .............Creston, O, .,........Barherton, O. gmie IME Atgnufua A Kathryn Tuttle White-Hoiisevtfife ........ ...,,.... Sophie Shriner Tocque -Housewife ,,.,,,A..,,,,,.,,,, Flora Hipp Niedling-Housewife ,,...,,,.,,,..,,,,,,.,,,, Denson Coulter- -lvlinglewood Coal E? lee Co .,,,. Edward Newberry---Boxlwoard .,,.,,...,,.,..,.,....,, Gladys Rock Strong -Housewife ......,,,v. Marion Harman- -Chemist ..,.............r,...,.,. Hale fMcDerniott -Experimental Farm ...,.,.........,,.,.,,..,t CLASS of 1916 Russell Coffey-Teacher ,,.....,,.... .,.,.,,...,,.,,...,..,...,..l . . Holwert Zehner- -fDeceasedj Williard McEwei1-- -Laborer ,...,,.,,..,,.... LaVonne Fullerton Zehner- Housewife .,.,..... Dewey Kissinger- -Restaurant proprietor ....... Clarence Bechtel- -Jewelry Salesman .,,......,. . Frances jordan Bayliss -Housewife ...,,,.... Marie Kidd Steele-Housewife ..,i....... Lida Peake Linter--Housewife ...,... . Ona Grunder Stead- Housewife .,,...., Catherine Ault Romich---Housewife ..,, Russell Steele-Ruhlwer worker. ,....... , Grace Miller Garver--Housewife .....,, Dorothy Bossler--Housekeeper ...........tt,....,.,..,,.,....,..,..,. CLASS of 1918 Glenn Bowers--Laborer .,.,...i.,,,..,,.,......,.e....,,i,.....,,..,.. Nathan Kepplenian- -Lawyer ,..t.,,....,......,.........., Dudley South --University Professor ....... . Rupert Keifling---Bookkeeper .....,.,.....,,.. Pauline Cope Buchanan-Housewife .,,.. Leota Harman Coleman-Housewife .,.V lvladge Barnes Fetzer--Housewife ...,t.....,,, Malwel Bossler Lawrence -Housewife .,,,,t...,,.....,,.,..... Eva Peake McCalla-Clerk at Harman's ..,t.....r,.,....,,,.. CLASS of 1919 Esther Ault Spitler- Housewife ,..,,,.....,,,........,....,,... Eleanor Matteson Heckler- -Housewifec., Mary Wilkiiiscmii--Stenographer ...,..,....i Galen Slater- -Surveyor ..,.,.,,....,............ . Reha Grunder Rol'vinette---Housewife ..,.,,, Nellis Linter---Farmer ...,,........,.....i...............,,,.,..,,,.... 1 Mae Slater- Stenographer ......,.....,..,...,.,s.,......s,.........,..,. CLASS of 1920 Gerald lvlong----Garageman ......,,..,,.......,,.....,......S....,.,., ., Delno Bachtell- lvlanager of Acme Store .,,,,. . Lucille Keilfling-Housewife .,.....s,......,..,,..., lrenc Faud- Secretary .....,,...,,.,,..,.,.......,,.. Wzlllztce Nlcllvaine -Electrician ...,..... Cora Aiken Crater--Housewife ..,.,,... Verna VanKirk Doty-Housewife ...i.....,,,.................. Grace Oller Iviiner--Housewife ..,.........,.............,..,..,,,...... CLASS of 1921 Glenn Gensemer-Merchant ...,.......,..,,...,..........,...,.,....., lipage Fifty-sevenl .....,..Akron, ......ir,..Chicago, ,e....Vermillion, .,.....,VVooster, ...,.,.,...R1ttU1llI1, .,.,..........Wotister, ......t..Nitro, W. ,......VVooster, ,,....Findlay, .,.,,,,,,,iCreston, .,.,..,Youngstown, ....i..........,.....Creston, ...,.........,.....,.Columlwus Colorado Springs, C .,t.,.,..e....s.......,Seville, ..t....,..........,,,,.Seville, .......Vs7ooster, .....t...r,...Creston, .........Raleigh, N. ....,....Strashurg, ..t,,...Creston, ...,,......,Creston, nu: pu: O Ill O O O U Va 1 O O O O O O xlo O O O C 3 C O O O ...,t,,.Cleveland, O Ky ...,,.Lexington, ...t...Ashland, .,.,,t...Marion, ...,,,,.Creston, .........Creston ,,....,VJooster, ..,.....eCreston s s ,,.....tCreston, .,t.....Cleveland, ........Creston, ....,,.VVoostcr, ....,.t.Cleveland, ....,...i.,Creston, ,.....,Empire, Ca .....,,Sevillc, ,.,.,,.....Akron, .,,.,.....Chicago, .,......Cleveland, ,,...,..Cleveland, ,,,...,VVooster, .,,....,e.Shreve, .,,.....Cleveland, ...Medina, C O C 3 O O O O U O O O O lif U O Ill O U O O O O -Q. KIZIH Y-,Esate -:quot ui -in 1 TIME Assess 1 Telithia Ceomhal Gensemer-Housewife ........ Esther Geyer Rohn- Housewife ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Bernice Rippeth Coffey- Housewife ....A. Doris Huy fDeceasedj Ruth Edmonds -Housewife .,,..,.,,..,,,,,.,,, Wziyiie Carson ---Sweet Clover Dairy ..... .. Maynard Shumaker Mechanic .....,.,..,,... Clara Cole Tanner Housewife .........,, Bertha Bossler Welwh -Housewife ...............,..,.,,,.,,,,. Mary Orr Teacher ........,,...,,....,...........,.,,..,..,,,..,,,.,.,r. CLASS of 192 2 Rohert Sykes Electrician ,,,..,.,.,..,,....,,...,,,e,,,,r,,,,4,,,,, Cedric Carpenter -Carageman ..,...,,i Eugene Lichty Unknown .........,.... Willianiii Ritzi jeweler .,.,.,...,r..,. Allen Slater QDcceasedj Clarence Norton Cashier ......,,...,....,c. Helen Lichty Layport -Housewife ....,r Doris Mcllvaine Teacher ................. Ruth Cole Bruce Housewife ....,........,,.....,.. Dale Crunder Claim Agent ....,,...,,...,.......,.., Marjorie Stutzman Corhett -Stenograplier .,,,... Bernice Jeter Carter -Housewife ..,.....,...,....,. Olga Zeh At Home ,........,...........,.....,.... Allena Shaw Vsfitaman- Housewife ....... Donald Snell Farmer ..,........,..,....,..,,,,r,.... l'aul Miller -McCalls Salesman ...,....,....,,.......,..,....,, Mary Russell Cerstenslager--Housewife ..,....,.,...,.....,. CLASS of 192 3 Orpha Pletcher At Home ,.....,.....,....,...,....,,.. .....,..,. Barhara Lewis Bixler Housewife ...,. Flora Riley Housewife ,,,.......,,....... Ralph Riley Pulwlicity Director ...,...,,..., Margaret Wiiiter Baat: Housewife ...,...,. Margaret Bowman Ream Housewife ..,,... Mildred jordan Carpenter Housewife .... Anna Kinch Norton Music Teacher .,....,, Emma Curry Mcllvaine -Housewife .,,,. Vv'illis Harman Clerk at Harman's .,c. Helen Sell Stcnographer. ,.,.............. Jennie Henry Anshutz- Housewife ..,.... Jessie Gingery -At Home ....c.,,.........,., Ruth Steele McCracken Housewife .,..,, Harold Carter Broom Factory ...i........ Ray Younker Farmer .,.........,...,....... Wgilter Knepp Undertaker ...,............,..,...........,...,..,.., CLASS of 1924 Madge Bowman Hanna --Housewife ...,.........,.......... . Edna Myers Williaiiiis -Housewife ..... Leoma Hoff Teacher .,e.....,,,..,....1..,1 Agnes Bowers Pfouts Housewife .,... .. ,.,.. . Faye Crunder Teacher .e,1...,...,....,.....,.........,....,,........ Uhxge Fifty-ciglizj ......1Indianapolis, I1 ..........,...Creston, ....,..v...Medina, O .......VVadsworth, O ...,....c..Findlay, O .....,,.Marshallville, O .....,......,.,....XVooster, O Beverly Hills, Calif ...,...Chippewa Lake, O ........,...,,Creston, O ,.....Burhank, O ,,...ePasadena, Calif ...,..........,,1Creston, O .......San Diego, Calif ,.....,...Cleveland, U .....,.Rittman, U ........S2llC111, Ore ......,.Creston, O ....,........Akron, O ,...,....Wl1l5StCI', O .....,...Akron, O ....,.....Akron, O ....,..XVooster, O ......,....Dayton, O ...............,.Medina, O id O S O ..,.........,.Creston, c..Applecreek, U ......,c....Toledo, O .,,.....,Toledo, U ,.....,....Massillon, O ..,1,..Wzidswrmrth, O ,..........Creston, O ,.,.,..,,,.Rittman, O ...i,.,Cleveland, U ,.....,.Creston, O .i.,,,.Creston, O .,.....cCreston, U ..,,...Creston, O .,,...,Rittman, O ........Creston, 0 Creston, O ,......Vx7ooStC1', O ....,...,vBurhank, O .Columlwus, C .......,Creston, O ..c,..,.Creston, O ..,.,,,,Creston, O nan:-.xv gm--Us jfjae Aiggama A Mae Caskey Miller-Housewife .,...... Thelma Darr Maurer-Housewife .... Stanley Dohner-Undertaker .....,...,... Miriam Dulin jordan--Housewife ..,.... john Fouche--Farmer ...,.,.........,...,.,,........ Annahel Wilkiiismmii--Stenographer .,....,,...... Gertrude Calentine Fisher-Housewife A.....,. Harry Hanna--Carageman ..,...........,......,w... Ruth Irvin-Teacher ...,....,..............,...,.. Huldah Lehman Sheats-At Home ....,.. Valaire Manning Conn--Housewife ..., Mary Long Leslie--Housewife ,.,,.,. Crace Mcllvaine--Teacher ,,.....,... Florence Sykes---Cashier ...,....,,,.. . Helen Owen Metz---Housewife ......,..,.....,....,....,...,...... . CLASS of 1925 Emmett Adams--Basket Factory ,.......,....v...,,.....,.,,.,,,... Lois Carpenter- -At Home ...,.....,..........,... Louise Carpenter Knepp-Housewife ,.....,.. Maude Elwerwine Froelich- -Housewife ,.... ,, Evelyn Fike Carnahan- -Housewife ......,. Dorothy Knepp Adams--Housewife ..,...,. Waxrreii Knepp--Unemployed .,e.....,... Lee Marshall---Teacher ...,...,,,.,, ,.,..,.., Viola Ringler Slater-Housewife ,..... Helen Snell---Maid .......,.,......e,...,,,,..... Hazel Yoder Dressler--At Home .,....... Mary Murray Snyder---Housewife ,.... . Earl Long -Swift Salesman ....,.,...............,, ....,..,,... Earl Met:--Professor ,......,...... ..,,.,...,..,,...,,............rt.., CLASS of 1926 Quentin Beal -Lahorer .vt....t,.....,..........,......,.,.......Y,,. Gladys Bowman Pierson-Housewife ,,,...,. Howard Bowman-Boxhoard ..,..,,....,l..... . Norris Broomall- At Home .,..,....,...l.... Leona Carter Bieehler-Housewife ....... Nolvle Darr- Unknown .,,.,.,.....,....,. Elton Fetzer- Farmer ....,,,....e..,,.,....,... Naomi Douhle Lance-Housewife ...t,.., Nelson Clessner- -Restaurant Prop ...,t. i Ruth jordan Messer--Housewife ....., Virgil Griffin- Electrician ..A,.u....,,.., Merle Crinner----Basket Factory .,... Iola Scholl--At Home ....,.........,.,,.., Devere Shannon--Mechanic ..,...,,... Harry Slater Lahorer ......,u..,.,,..........,.. Virginia Sellers Long -Housewife ,,,...e Dwight Miller--Meat Market ........,.. Rolwert Norton-Boxhoard ....,..,. Lillian Russell-Boxhoard ....,.....,.,...,, Francis Ritzi--Jeweler ,.....v............,s.....s Gayle Mcllvaine Allen- -fDeceasedj fpage Fiftyfwiincl .............,Orrville, Loudonville, Wadswcnrth, ,........Sev1lle, ,.....Creston, Creston, ,. , . ,VV'ooster, ,,.,...Burhank .....,Rittman ,.,...,Creston ...-..VJooster ....,.,,...Miami, .Springfield ,.........Akron, .....Congress, ,...,..Creston .,.,...Creston ...,...Creston, ,....,,.Akron ..,i....Sterling, .,....,Creston ..,...,Creston ......,Fremont, .......,Creston, .,...VVooster, ,,....,Creston ,,....,,Dover, .,,,i,,Findlay ,,...Congress, Seville, ,,,...tMaumee ...c..,Creston ...,...CITSto11 ..,.,,.Creston .....Burhank, .......Creston ..,,..Rittman ...,,...Barherton ,,,,..,,Toledo ,.,..VJooster, Creston, ....,.,Creston , Creston, .,,,...,Creston, s.,....Findlay, ...,,.Rittman, .......Creston ..,...Creston, Creston, s s a nu: an-.ang O O O O O O O O U O O Fla O O O C 3 O O O O O O O O O O O U O O U U 0 O O O O O O O O O U O O U O O O -.3 L Y V r 5 i fuss-azqnsm THE ANNUAL .-.Q i-:B waouad Josephine Vsfhite--Unknown ...,... ......... ......... A k ron, O Ralph Met: At Home ......... .Y..... C reston, O Harry Keck Farmer ......,......, ...,,.. C reston, O Harry Sykes -Chemist .,.............,.,.. ...,...., A kron, O Roy Wehh Ruhher Worker ....vA.,..,.... ......... A kron, C Charlotte Repp Howell - Housewife ...,,....,, ..,..,...... ,,...., C r eston, Q Victor Zeh Ruhher Worker ..........,,..,,.......,....,,.......,. ....... C reston, O CLASS of 1927 Elizaheth Buchanan Hostess at Lowthers ...,.,............. .......,, A kron, O William Beal Insulator ...,.....,.....,......,.....,. ,...... B arherton, O Dorothy Black Walker- Housewife t.... ...... R ittman, O Anna Bogard Boxhoard ...,.,.......,,..... ,...... C reston, O Dorothy Broomall -Stenographer .,...,... ..,.,,...,.,. C reston, O Velma Boley Duley- Housewife .,..t.....,v, e.e,.... H omerville, O Augusta Fissell Harrison' Housewife., .,,, ,.,...,.... T oledo, O Laura Ellen Ceomhal -V-Housewife ........ . ......, Boston, Mass Lavene Crunder -Bookkeeper .,.A....... ........ W ooster, O john Geomhal Farmer ...........,.,..,....Ve,. ....... C reston, O Willard Hostettler Basket Factory ,ss..... ,....., C reston, O Nona Hartzler At Home A...........,......,. ,.,..,. C reston, O Alay Kineh At Home ........., ...... ....... C r eston, O Craee Irvin Teacher .e.......... Ae.,..... R ittman, O Lois Lehman-sWaitress ..,.,............. ...,..... B oston, Mass Nellie Long Love Housewife ............ ...,... W adsworth, O Erma Mower Fetzer-fHousewife ...... .......... C reston, O Berniee Miller Peoples - Housewife ...,.. .,,................ B utler, O Roy Pinkley -Farmer ....s..........,....i.... West Salem, O Lavonne I'leteherffffClerk .,...,.......... .........t. W ooster, O Donald Reece At Home .w.... ......... B urhank, O Emmett Reeee Trucker ..Vs.... .,....e,i B urhank, O Paul Ritzi Jeweler ,......s....Y.... ....,.. C reston, O Helen Zeh At Home .s.,...V...,V. ,...... C reston, O Allen Romieh -fUndertaker ...V....,V........Y,Y.....VV...,........... ....,.,.. F lushing, O CLASS of 1928 Irene Barker Unknown ..,,... ,.,e,. .,,.........,......,...Y.. .........,.. A k r on, U Paul Beal Carageman ,.,,. s,...... .,,.....,,..... . . , ...... ,.,i,. B arherton, 0 Fred Beaver Uarageman ..,,...,,,,. ...... C reston, U Russell Repp Plank Elevator ........ ...,... C reston C -leanette Eshelman Teacher ...,.... .. ,...... Creston, O Forest Fetzer Melrose Orchard ....i,. ....... C reston, O Ilertrude Foueh 'Harris l'aint Co ..,,... .......,. W ooster, O George Crunder Unemployed .,.....,. ......., W ooster, O Mae Henry Hart At Home ....,,.... ...,... C reston, O Ethel Irvin --Teacher ..,..,i............. ....... C reston, O George Mellvaine At Home ..... .......... C reston, O Mildred Means Unknown ....., ...... C leveland, O Vxfard Oller Farmer t,,.,t.....,.........., ,.....,,..... C reston, O Harriett Patterson -f fHousewife .,,..,,,., ......... F airmont, Va Maxine Repp At Home .......,.....i....V,.. .......... C reston, O Edith Smith Dravenstott-sfHousewife ..... ....... C reston, O Mzirk Vanzile At Home ,.,....,.........,.,....... .......... C reston, O Leva Woodward Fredriekf'Housewife ...... ,,,..,. C levcland, O Pearl Younker Leatherman -Y-Housewife ......,,......... ....... C reston O l'Pagc Stxtyl 1 F, . --.I manga ' Imaam di 4 n is 'rgaaaigygauaa M CLASS of 1929 Ralph Aukerman-ffRuhher Wcirker.. Beulah Beal Wcmllwertf -Housewife ...,,,.Y.,.,..A,,,,AA,,,,,,.,, Marian Carpenter fTea Room ........., Ida Carter Talford--Housewife ....,....., Floyd Darrf-Unknown ...............,..,....,,..., Robert Gerstenslagerflvleat Market v.,Y.,... Lauretta Cliem Maurer-Housewife .....,... Gladys Hoff Hostettler-fHousewife ..,..... Avery Kiiich-Music Teacher .........,.... Jeanette MorrowxAt Home ...,.,,,.. Eldora McDo1iald-At Home ...... Beulah SmithfUnknown ..,t....., Floyd SnellffLahorer ..,r............,....,e..,.., .,.....,,,.....,... Glenn Wolfert-Farmer ...,..,,,...,....,,,...,.,.....,l..,.,..,e,.,..,,,, Nellie WehhxOhitu Farmers' Insurance Company ...,.... CLASS of 1930 Norris Bixlerf -Spencer Mfg. Co .,.....r . Lola Bowman-At Home .r,,......,...........,.,..,.,...r,,..,r.,,, Virginia Black- Housewife ..,..,........,... Nita Clapp ArmstrongfHousewife .... Emmett Dravenstott -Lahorer ......,,,.. Clinton Czittshztll-Wooster College r.., jean Grunder-Beauty Specialist ......... Harry Hawk--Basket Factory ..r,.,........,,, Mildred Hoffman Norton-fHousewife .i..... Marjcurie Kail-'Housewife ......,,....,,...,,,... Williaini Kissinger-Hay dealer ...,........ Ruth Miller'fTeacher ...,.....,,....,..... .. jean Lawton Miller fHousewife ,..r..e Miles McDonaldf fFarmer ..,....r,..... . Harold Miracle--Basket Factory ..,.... Wiiiifred Morrow-f-At Home ......,. Linnie OwenfAt Home c..,.,...,......,.. Ercell Russell Angelo-Housewife ...i... Sylvia Schollf-fStenographer ..,.,,...c. Lois Stoll ffrf At Home ,...........r,., ,..,e.,,. Raymond Sykes ffFarmer ..,..., ..,r.....,.............,...,,......., CLASS of I 93 l Wziyiie Stoll-Garageman .,.,....,....,.,..,r.,.,,..,,,r..,,,.c,,,,e.. Ruth Sykesf -At Home .,...,.,........... . Harold Fetzerf Paper Agency ..,....... Gladys VanzilefAt Home ,..e.i.,....,,,,,,, Bertha BartholomayfStenographer .....,,. Virginia Stehhins Miller-fHousewife ...... Glenn Amstutz-fZanol Agent ...,,.....,... Edythe Gutherie-At Home .e,.....,,..,,,.,..i Welccvme Plough fAnderson College ...,. Paul Beaverf'Dentistry study ,........... Annahelle Wiiikler--fAt Home ......., , Hugh Buchanan-fAt Home ...,,..,,... Lucille Irvin-Teacher ...........,......,.... Dorothy Dulin Lance-Housewife ...,......,.,...,,. .,.... IP age Sixtyfonej r.,,.....Alcron, .,,,,,,Creston, .,.....Leroy, ..,..,,..,..Akron, .....,.Burhank, ....,,.Creston, .i.,..VJooster, ....e,,Creston, .,....,.Creston, ,,......Creston, ,Nes City, K .....e...,Cleveland, ......,...Creston, ..,,,,Creston, ,..,.,.Creston, .....,,Spencer, .,r.,..Creston, ,...,,VJooster, ..,.,..,.Seville, ....,,....Canaan, .....,,VJooster, Palm Beach, ...e....Creston, ....,,.,,,Seville, ,,..,,Norwalk, ,.c...,,.Bellview a ..,.c.,......Creston, ...,......,,..Rittman, Nes City, K .,....,.Creston, ,...,,,Creston, .......Creston, ...r,..Creston, c.........Leroy, .......Creston, ....,..Creston, .....,,Creston, A ...... Creston, ......Creston, .,..,..Creston, .....eCreston, ,.....,,,Seville, A ...... Creston, .......,Creston, .,Anderson, I1 .,......Creston, .,.,,....Seville, .,......Creston, ...,,..,Rittman, ..,,,..Creston, O O U O O O O C H O O ans O O O O O O O O O O Fl a O O O O U U - 21115 O O O O O O O O O O C 5 O U O O id O O O O O ? .ho-su - , , ,,- .F , 6 j'g"""""'1 l UH WE ANNMAQQ 5 lat ICOM - ISC 100005 "' Qual Ruth Foueh Coverness ,......,......V ....., W ooster, Earl Hoisington At Home ,A,..,,,.,,..,, ..,,,.. C reston, Luella Franks llinkley Housewife .,,.. Ellen Carpenter At Home ..........,., Doris Cattshall At Home .......,.,.., George Showalter fDeeeasedj lola Bowman At Home ....,....,, ,. Allen Steele Clerk .,,........,....,,, Ruth Hookaway At Home ..,,.... Leora Cliem At Home ....,A.... ..,....,,,...A,,..,.,,, ,,A.. Marjorie Fetzer At Home .... ....,,.......7...............,,...,,,, CLASS of 1932 Everett Miracle At Home ,.,.,,,,.....,,......,,.,....,,.....,.,l.. Elmer johnson Chio University ,,,..., Kathryn Benjamin At Home ......... Russell Rhoads At Home .....,......,, Eleanor Ciffin Wooster College ..... Lois Miller Kent State College ....,,, Harold Beal At Home .,,,.....vVr......e Arlene Carhaugh Coverness ...,., Glenn Hartzler At Home ..,.... Mildred Snyder College ........,. Freida Eddington At Home Yi,i.....,..,... West Salem .,,....Creston, ....,..Creston, ,....,,Creston, ,,,.t.,Creston, .Creston, ,,.Creston, ,e,..,.Creston. ....,,tCreston, ie....Athens, , ,..... Creston, ,.,..,,Creston .,....Wooster, ............Kent, ..,.i..Creston, ......,Creston, .,.,...Creston, .,.,..Wooster, .....,.,.,....Creston 9 Milton Metz At Home ..............,.....,,,... .....,. C reston, Lavonne Steele Magalski' Housewife ....... .,,i.. C uyahoga Falls, Chlora Clapp Steele Housewife ....i,...,. ,,,,,,. C reston, Howard Fulton 'Laborer ..,................,.. Austin Ehie At Home ...,...... Otis Smith At Home ......,......,, Lillian Kirsehner At Home .,,,ii..,,, Rohert Myers'fAt Home ...,........,..... Alice Bomharger Rook- At Home ...... George Hoffman At Home ,.......,........,.......... Katherine Elliott Housekeeper .....,,,,..,...,.........,.... CLASS of 1933 Edward Kirsehner- At Home .At.................,......... Helen Lee At Home ..,,.....,,.,,,.... Rohert Steele f At Home ........ Aliee Carpenter At Home .....,. Melliurn Eeker At Home ....,., Rohert Sehlegel College ....,... Agnes Bowman sAt Home .,...,....... Donald Thompson' At Home .....t..,,,e., Frances Cant: Linder Housewife ,..... Rohert Smith At Home .,tt.....,,,,.... Helen Camphell At Home .,...,...,.,.,, Donald Stutzman At Home .,.,.,.,rr,r,,, Miriam Aukerman Stair -Housewife ....,. Charles Keltz At Home .,,....,...,..,....... Dorothy Landes At Home i..,.. Wilma .letters At Home ..,.., Marion Ceitgey At Home ..,..,. .......,..,,...,,.... , t fPu.ge Sixtyftiwol .............Creston, Creston, Creston, .......Creston, ,,.....Creston, ....r...Creston, Creston, ,.,.....Creston ....,,,Creston, .,,,r,..Creston ....,,..Creston .,......Creston Creston, ,..C1neinnat1, ........Creston ,.......Creston, Creston. .......,Creston, .i.,....Creston ......,Creston, West Salem, ....,,,....Creston, Jeromesville, .,......,,Creston, .....,,,Creston 1 a s - .""""i ,,,QanwC " vavoof ng '?am':'- 2 11 WE ANNEX lqnmm , -SH 'mover wma -.- Mary VanZile -fAt Home .A,.,..,., ....,,,, C reston. U. Ellsworth Fet:ermAt Home ...,,. ,7..,.., C reston, U. Helen Keltzf At: Home A7.,..A.... .., ... C reston. U. Margaret Repp fAt Home ..,.. ..,..... C reston, U. Carl Pinkley Y-At Home ,,...,.,,.,,,.,,,,,. x,....,, C reston, O. Melzina Beichler At Home ,.,...A,,.,,,,. Y,,.,....,, C reston, 0. Maynard Brickerf C. C. C. Helen Morrison- At Home ..,,..,A,,... Mary Stehhinsn Miami University Y....,, . Harold Thompson -- At Home ..,..,... Evelyn Wright At Home .,.....,.. .. Donald Boley'-At Home.... Nellie Carterf At Home ..,,. Ellis Metz' At Home .....,,... Trulah Shriner At Home ......, jay Smith sAt Home ......,..... Martha Snell -At Home .,,.,. Howard Rugh -At Home .,.,v., Vxfanda jeifersf fAt Home ....., . Pauline Knecht -V-Covernessu.. Cam p .,,,.,. .....,.Ydalpom, Calif. ........Creston, O. .........Oxford, U. .,......Creston, O. ........Creston, U. ........Creston, O. ...,....Creston, O. ........Creston, O. ........Creston, O. 1,......Creston, O. ....,...Creston, O. ........Creston, O. ........Creston O. a .......Leroy, O. Beryle Cliem -Clerk .....,,....... ....... W ooster O. a Harley Miracle-At Home ...........................................,...................,.....,...,.... Creston, O, PEOPLE WHO HAVE GRADUATED FROM CRESTON HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE CHILDREN WHO HAVE GRADUATED 1393 Wiiiiiie Kerr Censemer ...... 1896-Y Zana Davidson Beal ....r...... . 1904 Mamie Mcllvaine Broomall ....... 1900 Nora Sellers .......................,....... 1899 Lois Crane Eshelman Cantz ........ 1901 -Arthur Morrow ...........,.......... 1905 Cle Showalter ...... 1909 'Hazel Kirchner ......,. 1909 fMi1es Benjamin ......,... 1907 Stella Myers ......,...........,......... 191 1 Daisy and Chas. Schlegel ..... fPagc Sixtyftlweel .Clenn Censemcr-W ......,........Pau1 Beal Willizliii Beal ..........Norris Broomall Dorothy Broomall Virginia Sellers Long .......,.1eam1ette Eshelman , ..... Jeannette Morrow Wiliifred Morrow .George Showalter-H .......Lillian Kirchner Edward Kirchner ......Kathryn Benjamin ...........Rohe1't Myers ........Rohert Schlegel 1921 1928 1927 1926 1927 1926 192S 1928 19311 1931 1932 1933 1932 1932 1933 l1 V 1 illli -n -.- M, hi A im- '----1 TMR ANNUAL Strife In The Stratosphere The morning of April 4, l93-1, dawned bright and clear! All was in readiness! The scientific instruments were installed and the sealed altimeter was in place. ln another twentyffour hours would it register a new record --or a new failure? This was a question Kendrick Dalton and Roland Cromwell had been spending days in preparation for answering, They had checked and rechecked their instruments, they had labored over the installation of the cosmic ray machine. Each day adverse weather reports had brought disappointment. But with the tragedy of the Russian air explorers fresh in their minds, these two sons of America, the pioneer nation, were without fear, to pioneer in the air. Accompanying almost superfmechanical preparations went silent and fervent prayers for suitable weather. And this April dawn seemed to be the answer to the two youths' prayers. The huge gas bag swayed in the breeze, dwarfing the aluminum ball beneath it, in which Rol and Ken hoped to live for a day. Wi:i'd had gone out that the day of days had arrived and people were swarming to the held some because of curiosity, others because of keen interest. Finally, the two young scientists crawled into the stratosphere balloon. The crowd was tense. This flight would herald either fame or death. Slowly the balloon arose from the earth, then faster and faster it ascended, as the gas expanded in the thinning atmosphere, until the blue and rose of the Spring dawn seemed to envelop this now toyflike balloon, silver. mixing with greying mists, was wafted towards infinity! Inside the aluminum ball tense excitement reigned as the young adventurers busied them- -.elves in their miniature laboratory. The altimeter registered l0,000 feet, then 2o,ooo feet! Now Rol and Ken were living by means of their artificial air system. Quickly the altimeter clnnbed 25,000 feet, 3o,ooo feet! All the various machines were in operation. Steadily clicked the cosmic ray machine, recording facts that had baffled man for centuries. At 35,000 feet, they were still rising, but a strong Southwest wind was buffeting them. Suddenly. Roland shouted excitedly, "Ken, we're making it! We're MAKING it!" All human operations seemed to cease as they riveted their eyes on the altimeter, which was recording their height. Simultaneously they shouted, "We'x'e broken the record!" Radio flashed the message to thc waiting world. Eagerly they gazed out the port holes! Wlirit a thrill! Below, huge banks of rolling, white. fleecy clouds parted now and then to give them .i view of Mother Earth---its curvature being plainly visible. Above, surrounding them, was nothing but space a blue'gray expanse of emptiness! But there was not time for such unscientific observations. Important work must be done. Rol took reading after reading from scientific instruments and pictures with their sensitive cam' eras. Bob kept in radio contact with the earth and entered observations every fifteen minutes into their history-making diary. So absorbed were they that both failed to notice the quick passage of time. Ten hours had elapsed since their takefofi. Suddenly Rol 'he could scarcely breathe! His lungs were on fire and his head seemed bursting! A great weight was pressing him down- down. . . Something was wrong with the air system! Consciousness began to go, but Bob weakly lifted himself to the oxygen tanks. Threeffourths full! Vv'hat could the matter be? They could only survive a few more minutes. lvfaking a great effort he succeeded in opening the small door to the valves and tubes. A veil of mist seemed to be covering his eyes, but through the fog of his brain, habit and his thorough knowledge of the apparatus, led him to the most likely places of trouble, the nitrogen and oxygen lines. He tested the nitrogen lines. All OK.: valves working: tubes open: and plenty of pressure! Next, the oxygen tubes open: valves "But what was this?" Witli weak. nervous fingers Ken fum' bled at the valve. lt was stuck! Unconsciousness at this time overtook him and without a sound he fell in a heap! But a soft hissing sound began to fill the ball and air once more began circu' fpage SfXffl"ft7'il7il KWH ANNUAL ... lating. The force of his weight in falling had pulled open the valve which his fingers had been clutching. All was well in the silver sphere! Slowly they regained consciousness and began to breathe normally. Although very weak, they began to catch up with their work. Precious minutes had been lost. So for eight hours they worked like Trojans! They were now beginning to descend with nothing but that one harrowing experience to mar their flight. They were bringing down with them data, priceless to Compton and men of that profession. To themselves they were bringing fame! Thirtyffive thousand feet! Thirty thousand feet, now twentyffive thousand! Soon they would once more be on the good "terra firmaf' Their weary smiles were those of knowledge of a work well done. Their smiles were suddenly erased from their faces as a terrinc lurch of the gondola sent them sprawling. The metal cabin was being whipped about like a toy in the teeth of this terrific gale. By an occasional flash of lightning, black clouds could be seen churning all about them. Suddenly---a sickening snap! "God," cried Ken, "we're breaking loose from the gas bag!" His eyes were wide with horror as he grasped the hand rail in the crazily tilted cabin. Rol was as white as snow, but kept a grip on himself. "Don't give up the ship yet. old man," He yelled above the wind. Now they were hovering lower over the earth and the storm had abated, but almost instantly it sprang up again in all its fury. Soon, two more snapsatwo more cables broken! The remaining moorings would not hold the heavy metal ball for long in the storm! just as dawn was breaking the storm abated as quickly as it had arisen, and they were once more being gently lowered to earth. Wliei'e had the storm carried them? Exhaustedly crawling to a portfhole, Rol made ready to feast his eyes, once again on soil, but with a gasp he sank back. Curiously Ken gazed below and to his amazement saw nothing but miles of rolling waves-the cold, dark waves of the At' lantic. Dashing to the other side he looked hopefully down. Disappearing in the distance could be seen land, the good old U. S. A. Were they after their experiences in the air to die the death allotted a sailor? Only a few hundred feet above the water, in the early morning light they could see no craft of any description. Donning the life preservers, carried for such an emergency. they prepared to jump when the metal ball struck the water. But what were their chances? Until some fisherman picked them up they would surely be dead, for they could not live long in that open, choppy sea in their weakened condition. But back along the shore an old fisherman sat mending his nets in the early dawn, Hap' pening to look up, he thought he saw something drifting overhead. Then the rays of the rising sun caught the silver of the ball and reflected its message. The old sailor gazed at this strange apparition wending its way seaward, then he thought of the smiling faces of the two stratosphere explorers in the previous day's newspaper. Hurriedly knocking the ashes from his pipe the old sea dog warmed up the engine of his motor boat. Then headed out to the open sea, following the huge balloon. Wlieii almost a mile distant, he saw the two airmen jump and the heavy metal hall settle slowly beneath the waves. Down into the sea went the priceless data and equipment for which the young pioneers had risked all in the stratosphere to gain. Gnce more the elements had conquered man's ambition to solve the mysteries of the world beyond the clouds. 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Garage Nfffth End rx Ti Yvvvvv i it vvvvvvvvvv i vvvvv II fl R eSt2ll1I'aIlt CHEVROLET EE EE BETTER FOODS Sales and Service Cigars, Cigarettes, Candy. 1: ' Ice Cream -T Years of Experience CFCSIOI1, Dewey Kissinger, Prop. 2::Z2::---:::::-::::::::::---.. ,xx::::,:-:::::::::::--- Dorothy P. fwriting a letter to her hoy friendj: "I would send you some kisse hut I've heen eating onions, so please excuse." 15: sg :gs :QQ Melviii Rhoads: "Where is my hat?" Russell Rhoads: "Hanging on that lamp?" Melviii Rhoads: "On the lamp? Wlizlt crazy place will I find it next?" Russell Rhoads: A'On your head, I suppose." sz: 34 x4 e Disgusted Lady: "Does your mother know you smoke?" Small Boy: "Does your husband know you speak to strange men on the street Congratzzlafiom Class of 1934 May every day of your life bring success and happiness. L1BEB,TY,,,STUI?1,QS 356 West Liberty Street We Made the Pictures in this Annual Y0u'll Like Our Pictures Better lil-'age Se1'enlyfxe1'en:l 00000 J. C. 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