Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1943

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'x-'x--x--x--x-fx-fz--x--x--x--x--r--x--z0x.-x- 1 9 4 3 A N N' U A L -x-4-4-4--x--1--if-x-4-+-1--1--x-4--x-41 CLASS WILL We the graduates of Creston High School in the year of 1943 do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament in manner following: ARTICLE I To the growing community we bequeath our appreciation of their understanding power. ARTICLE II To the school we will another Senior class who will be as great a credit to them as we have been. ARTICLE III To the Juniors, as is the custom, we will the back seats in the study hall. Don't get gyped out of them. We also will all Senior privileges and hope they can take more advantage of them than we did. ARTICLE IV To the Faculty be bequeath the following: To Mr. Huff we will a study hall that doesn't talk or shoot paper wads. To Mrs. McFadden we will a group of students in Detention Hall who behave as well as the Seniors did. To Mr. Martin we will 30 candidates for the baseball team next fall. To Mrs. Romich we will a Boys' Glee Club. To Miss Mcllvaine we will a bigger and better English Class. ARTICLE V I, Dan Beaver, will my beautiful red hat to Virginia "Red" Boyes to wear next Easter. I, Virginia Blough, will some of my letters from George to Roberta Rugh. I, Harold Carter, will my knack for wild driving to Donald Irvin. I, Bette Davis, .will my athletic ability to Opal Fry. I, Harry Earle, will my way with the girls to John Portwood. I, William Fisher, will my bicycle to Kenny Bricker to go woliing until his dad permits him to use the car. I, Goldia Kintner, will 10 extra pounds to Marjorie Weigley so she will fit Kay's long arms better. I, Nora Lee, will all my extra weight to Bernice Collins. I, David Matteson will the wave in my hair to Wayne Reese. I, Phil McKown, will my gracefulness in basketball to Junior Henry. I, Maxine Pate, will all my feminine charms to Mary Zehner so she can get a man and keep him. I, Lawrence Slater, will my old tardy slips to Alvin Hamilton to use when he oversleeps. - CContinued on Page 381 fPage Twelvej

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Q. ...,... ,,.1943ANNUAL,., A N N U A L S T A F F Row 1--Virginia Blougli, Nora Lee, Bette Davis, Maxine Pate, Betty Sykes, Margaret Wyssbrod Miss Mellvaine. Row 27David Matteson, James Wells fwithdrawnj, Dan Beaver, Phil MCKOWH Harry Earle Harold Carter. I want to thank all the members of the Senior Class, and especially the teachers who helped to make this annual a success. -A Editor Editor-in.fChief ,t,,. Art Editor ....,.. Sports Editor .,.,. Calendar Editor ...,.. Alumni Editor ,,.,.. folqe Editor ................... Assistant joke Editor ....,,, Business Manager ................. ..... Assistant Business Manager ..... Advertising Manager .......,........ Assistant Advertising Manager ..... Literary Editor ,......,.r,,...,,e......... fPage Elevenil Bette Davis Maxine Pate Phil MCKOWH Betty Sykes Virginia Blough Dan Beaver .,..,...,,...Harold Carter Margaret Wyssbrcid Harry Earle ,,,rr,Dave Matteson r.....james Wells ........Nora Lee



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.x--x--x-.z--xf-x--xf-x0x--x-fz0:a-x4-xf-xf-x- 1 9 4 3 A N N U A L '44-rss-x-af-if-1-si-si--re--r-f-1--if-r PROPHECY Are you superstitious? Neither am I-and yet I don't defy superstitions by def liberately walking under ladders or breaking mirrors, or defying any of the other superstitions I know. Have you heard the one about a dream coming true if you tell it before breakfast? It's an old one, and I've seen it work, too. When I was still quite small I dreamed one night that I was getting a coaster wagon. The next morning I told of my dream before eating breakfast. The following morning I saw the wagon parked in front of-of all places-the Christmas tree in the front room, As a Freshman in high school, I dreamed one night I had the smallpox. I told of this as I was dressing the next morning. Sure enough-two days later I had smallpox, just like half the other kids in school. So you see it does work. Perhaps not always, but, like I say, I never defy superstitious, and I wouldn't advise you to either. When I was asked to prophesy the future for this Senior class I was troubled. I've spent much time thinking about their individual merits-and demerits. Perhaps it was all this thinking which induced this dream, revealing these Seniors in positions they must occupy at some time in the not too distant future. Why do I say must? Well, unthinkingly I told my wife of this dream the next morning before breakfast, thereby condemning the Seniors to these fates. The dream: word had been received from all of the class of '43 that they would attend our class reunion accompanied by their families if at all possible. The banquet was to be held on June 22, 1960, at the Creston Country Club, located on the flats south of Creston. When the class of '45 left school, this was just a nice level strip of farm land, but the purchaser had done a lot of grading and filling and had created a Hne golf course. Though we were not to meet until 7:30 in the evening I came out to the course in the afternoon for a round or two of golf. I was pleasantly surprised to End the pro there was Harry Earle, still a bachelor, who had won the national open golf championship the year before. He said that two of the other boys were there also, and we could play together. I could hardly believe my eyes, as the first of those two Senior boys I knew was led out to meet me. I say "led" because his wife actually did just that, even back in his school days. It was Kay Tyler, now a successful partner in the Weigley Tyler Implement Co. The second of the pair was Daniel Beaver, who had flown down from his Seville airport, in a classy little plane, and had landed out on the fairway of the first hole. I remembered that Dan has been somewhat interested in aviation mechanics, even in his high school days. I also remembered that he had been interested in a girl who lived in Seville. This accounts for his living in Seville in 1955, as he practically did in 1943. Further questioning disclosed that the Beavers were the parents of five daughters while the Tylers were still without children. The golf game ended with Harry having a score of 68 for 18 holes, an airplane which Dan sold to him during the course of the game, a new mowing machine Tyler high pressured him for, and a set of golf clubs which I gave him, figuring that anyone who played as poorly as I had better give up the game. I left the boys after the game, and went to the Frey home for dinner. My wife and two boys, Dave and Phil, now 19 and 17, went to the reunion with me in the evening. Two cars full of Freys also attended. It seems the Freys were blessed many times after '43 which necessitated the purchase of an extra car. The first group we met as we entered the banquet room. was composed of five ladies all of whom I recognized immediately, but wondered where the families were. The ladies were Margaret Wyssbrod, Nora Lee, Virginia Blough, Betty Sykes, and Alta Wiles. Lee had become a successful lawyer, working almost altogether on divorce cases. Wyssbrod was a prominent chicken and hog raiser, and I could recall her attitude toward that sort of thing "way back when." Virginia Blough was a typist in some county politician office, and rumors were that she had changed politics six times to remain in the court house. Betty Jean was still "on the farm" handling all the fContinued on Page 441 fPage Tliirteenil

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