Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1944

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IIQII44 AXNNIUAIL - CLASS SONG -M 4 4 4 4 9 a 1 Classmates dear, classmates dear, go on your way, Thru the years, without fears from June to May. Go along, sing a song, so life may he glad. Spreading your joy from the class of "44". Classmates dear, classmates dear, recall the days, Happy days, joyous days of High School ways, Pass the word to each class striving along. Tell them to be like the class of "44". School hells . . . ringing , . . classmates . . . singing . . . spirits . . . making, A debonair class, delightful devilfmayfcare class. Classmates dear, classmates dear, go on your way, Thru the years, Without fears from June to May. Go along, sing a song, so life may be glad. Spreading your joy from the class of "44". -AAMary Zehner 'ff CLASS FLOWER: Blackfeyed Susan CLASS COLORS: Old Gold and Black CLASS MOTTO: Be not simply good, but good for something wir JOHN ELLISTONhA1my A11 Corps ELLSWORT'H FETZER-Army ROBERT ELLISTON-Army LOIS GANTZ-Cadet Nurse WILLIAM FISHER-Navy RUSSELL GANTZ-Navy RICHARD FOUCHE--Army CLINTON GATTSHALL-Navy EARL FULTON'-Army ROBERT GERSTENSLAGER4A'rmy fPage Tenj

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. 11. HWMlANNUAll:::::: FORMER CLASSMATES P. F. C. JAMES SLATER jim was a former member of our class, but is now in the Marines. However, during the summer, he took courses in summer school and earned sufficient credits to graduate. jim left September 13, 1943 for Camp Elliott in San Diego, California. Here he took his basic training, where he also received a marksmanf ship medal. Jim is now somewhere overseas. Last year, Jim was a valuable member of our championship basketball team. He also was on the baseball and track teams. LEROY HALEY-Merchant Marine GENE MCKELVEY+Ma'rines 1 P. F. C. MILTON BLOUGH, Jr. 'gjunen enlisted in the Marines and left for San Diego, California, September 25, 1943. After receiving his basic training ,he was sent to Indian Island off the coast of Washington State, where he is stationed now. He is taking subjects there which will enable him to get his high school diploma. Last year, "June" was the president of our class and also a valuable member of our basket' ball team. Like Jim, "June" also played baseball and was on the track team last year. PHILIP MCKOWN-Marines WAYNE QRR-Marines fPage Ninej



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1lQll4l4l ANNIUAXIL l CLASS HISTORY On September second, Nineteen Hundred and Forty, our class suddenly grew up and became Freshmen. There were fortyftwo of us, twentyftwo girls and twenty boys. After much confusion on our part we finally settled down and elected our class officers. Arlo Plough guided us through that year with the assistance of Mary Sacha. Donald Irvin recorded our meetings and collected our money. Donna Wright and Leland Conn very ably represented us in the Student Council. Mr. Kinney made a very good class adviser. Our irst year in high school went with a bang. Our first party was a weiner roast held at Shaw's Woods on October 25. Even though we forgot knives which made it necessary for us to spread the mustard and split the buns with our fingers, we had a delightful time. It was during this year that, since many in our class played instruments, we organized a class orchestra. We were well represented in athletics in our Freshman year. Some of the boys were on the Varsity. We were also happy to have Donna Wright and Mary Zehner chosen from our class to be school cheerleaders. They held this position during our four years of high school. However, we lost nine members from our class. The months flew by and soon our first year in high school was ended. Along with this, we were looking forward to seats in study hall the next year. When our class assembled in Nineteen Hundred and Fortyfone we had two new members added to our class, namely, Stella Yoder and Esther Beyeler. We again gave the leadership of our class to Arlo Plough and Donna Wright was his assistant. This year, Lois Meyer took down the minutes and Donald Irvin collected our hardfearned money. Our representatives on the Student Council were Mary Sacha and Milton Blough, Jr, We again chose Mr. Kinney as our class adviser. During this year, with Mr. Kinney as director, we produced a play for Chapel. It was liked by almost everyone. Lois Meyer represented Creston in the Dramatic division at the County Declamation Contest. We were again well represented in basketball and baseball, Even though we lost some members during the year, we were eager to go on to achieve our goal 4 graduation. When we came back to school in the fall of Nineteen Hundred and Fortyftwo, we were glad to find a new member in our class, Lucille Evans. Thus we numbered thirty. We changed presidents this year by electing June Blough president, and Donna Wright as his very able assistant. Mary Zehner was our secretary and Marjorie Weigley took up the duties of the treasurer. Our Student Councilers this year were Arlo Plough and Marjorie Reese. As Mr. Kinney had left Creston, we chose Miss Koehlein to advise us. N We astounded the high school by ordering class sweaters of Old Gold with black emblems. We also ordered our class rings which we were to receive when we came back to school in September. N fPage Elevemj

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