Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1942

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i' UIUD AN NIJAI. 'k ARTICLE III We furthermore do hereby make these personal requestsx s u s I, Bernard Jeffers, will my ability to look innocent to Dave Matteson, I ' I, Wreta Mace, will my trim, classic, 'nschoolgirl linesn to MAry'Zehner, N 'I, Margaret Tyler, will my way with the Junior boys Qbrother especially: fooled you didnit IJ to W-Bette Davis, CBetter be careful 1BradyJ'i " ' - h We, Mildred Dohner and Beatrice Uhler, will our ability to charm the uwadsworth Gangn to any other girls with similar de- sires, - .I, Kathleen Beiehler, will this sign with nLove Thy Neighborn on it to Lee Conn, I, Audrey Olson, will my long, curly hair to any member of the Basketball Squad, I, Eugene Uhl, will my mustache to June Blough, CI think Donna will be tickled with thls,D I, Nina Lehman, will my nsweet, young innoeeneon to be taken in'hy a ulineu, to Harry Walner. I, Eleanor Herman, will my dates to Jennie Belle Franks, I. Leroy Haley, will my Nanything for a laughn attitude to Dan Beaver, I, Betty Graf, will by charming little giggle to Gloria Chase, I, Deloris Long, will my Useven leaguen boots to Kay Tyler. I, Mildred Weideman, will my portrait uThe Picture of Innoeeneen to Martha Christy. I, Sara Wolbaugh, will my knowledge of animals to Juno Bleugh so that he can get along better when he's in the Wdog housen, We, John Elliston and Richard Eouch, will our ears to anyone interested in going to Seville in the future, I, Eileen Levers, will my nBeau catchingn line to Donna Wright. ' I, John Haley, will my way with the women and my abili- ty to fiddle around to Harry Earl, 1:9421

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ir DIUD AXNNIIJAIL 'K' CLASS WILL We, the heretofore last members of the House of C,H,S., the Senior Class of 1948 A. D., being duly examined and advised do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament, All fore' going wills are declared null and void, ARTICLE I SECTION I: To the faculty we extend our congratulations and sympathies for their cooperation and interest in this great class. SECTION II: We hereby declare that good behavior must also be enforced by the faculty to all future graduating classes. SECTION III! These special bequests are made to the facul- ty: 1, To Mr. Martin, we leave the sole right of singing the early morning songs in the study hall. 2, To Miss Titschinger, we leave the rest of the docile students in Chemistry Class, and hope that she can bear up under the loss of her most brilliant students. 8. To Mr, Beasley we leave an Agriculture Class that will not stay in the study hall to get Miss Koontzfs goat, CWe want to use it for a Maseot.Q 4, To Miss Graber, we leave one hundred C1001 mouse- traps, We also give her permission to dispense with all formal- ities when she comes face to face with one of the aforesaid critters, ARTICLE II SECTION It We leave to the juniors 24 seats in the rear of the study hall and give them all our privileges Qif they can find them, we never didl. We also give them the opportunity of work- ing up to the level of the class of '42, SECTION II: To the sophomores, being a small class, we leave all our extra credits so they may all get through to be seniors, SECTION III! To the freshmen, we leave all our habits Cyou, must be good now? and the possibility of spending three more years of cramming, other than at lunch time, SECTION IV? The 7th and 8th grades are as yet not of age to become high school students, but upon becoming of age we will give the 8th grade girls better defense methods, SECTION V! We, the class of '42, extend our sympathies to Creston High School for the heartbreaking loss of this wonderful class. 1lQII4Q

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ir UIUID AN NIIJAXIL i CLASS PROPHECY In a recent seance with Bala Ben Golly, noted crystal gazer, I learned the following factso They were gained through a con- versation with a certain spirit of the future, whose name I have forgotten. Bon Golly acted as our medium and translator. C The spirit was hard to understand, he had adnoidsb. - These things the spirit told me when I asked what my class- mates would do in the time to como, ' Kathleen Beiehler will never marry. She will become a millionaire through the door-to-door sale of artificial for-get - meenotsc Forget-me-nets will be the symbol of her lost youth and levee Mildred Dohner is to become the second Elsa Maxwell. She will plan parties and stuff, you know, penthouse party for Ilka Chase: dog house party for Uncle Walter: gashouse party for the Stn Louis Cardinals: Parties, parties, parties? champagne, cham- pagne, champagne? Bromo, Bromo, Bromo Seltzer John Elliston is to become an operator of a carnival ferris wheels He always wanted to get into the air you know, but air- planes make too much noise for his sensitive ears, Richard Fouch is to become the greates automobile racer of all times, He is going to reach such a speed that they are go- ing to have to pave the Indianapolis Speedway with steel, because of the strain. Betty Graf is going to become a cook of great renown. She is to have a salary of 360,000 annually to prepare Yahoodi's dai- ly nectar and ambrosia, Bernard Jeffers will be our next president. You might say he is too young to become a president so soon. By the way, have you heard anybody say anything about the eighth term? John Haley will fulfill a life long ambition when he becomes a blacksmith, Every day he can play the anvil chorus, Eleanor Herman is to become the writer of the uBoy Dates Girln column in the Scholastic magazine. Being a conservativ e she is expected to advocate the removal of the dark colored glass- es some chaperone wear. Nina Lehman is to be the c1ass's only lawyer. She will get a splendid position as lawyer for a clothing corporation, The Better Clothes Company. Her greatest case will be the Insectsvs The Better Clothes Company. fThe insects will claim that the wasp waist was the wasp's idea and that it owns the patent. mem

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