Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1944

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F-2222: :::::::::::f:::-w H ll ll li H H gg H A R N A N 55 EE Department Store if ll ll if Groceries - Dry Goods li tl :I Ladies' and Chilcli-en's Ready-to-Wear P 5: Men's and Boys' Clothing llama-:Ea::,,,mmmxl The teacher believed in giving her class les' sons in general knowledge, "What is this?" she asked one day, holding up a small object. WA pay envelope," replied little Freddie, promptly. "Good," exclaimed the teacher. "And what did it contain?" "Money," said little Freddie, "your wages." "Very good, Freddie," she said beaming around the class. 'LAny questions about it?" "Please, teacher," remarked one thoughtful child, "Where do you work?" !::::::: :::::::::::::: Alphabetically speaking: The letter "e" is said to be the most unfortunate letter in the alphabet, because it is always out of cash, forever in debt, never out of danger, and in hell all the time. All of which is true. Still, it is never in war, always in peace, and al' ways in something to eat. It is the beginning of existence, the commencement of ease, and the end of trouble. Vxfithout it there would be no life, no heaven. It is the center of honesty and is always in love, It is the beginning of encouragement and endeavor, and the end of failure. There was a young lady of Rome Who fell down one day on her comb. It's canny, you see But she'll always be A little bit cracked in her dome. -Marjorie Mulhollan There was an old man of New York Who hated to use any fork. While eating one day The fork got away And he lost all that point rationed pork. -Pauline Irvin N ::::: ::::::I n 0 H 3 II 0 it The CULLIEN PRINTING co. If EE EE 1: PRINTERS OF THIS ANNUAL 12 0 ll ll u II ll gg WOONSTER, oH1o 1g ll H 0 ll nu lj hl1:3:llI1i333:: illliilliiiiiiiii1311311331:2:2 32111 There was an old man of Japan K::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'z Who used to dance with a fan, A But he ran like the rest C0"gmtulaf'0n5 When he had a strange guest, ,, . ,, The Marines were preparing to land! 1944 Graduating Class -Kate Murray WE MADE THE PICTURES :K as :N Pk FOR THIS ANNUAL ll 0 Superintendent: But you're asking for a 4' " rather high salary, seeing that you know nothf lng about of teachlllg. ll I 7 ll Teacher: But, you see, not knowing the ll work makes it so much harder for me, ll::::::::::::::,::::::::::::::sa fPage Fortyftlfweej

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v -----.-------------v-----v--v-- 0 A -A-----A-----A----A---------------- - --------- A- ---------A---- -A1 II or in Ii II U U wa 0 :a GERSTENSLAGER BRUS. 1: 0 an na in 11 Dealers zn I: ll ll IL LIVESTOCK and I-IOIVIE DRESSED MEATS 11 ll ll 1: PHONE 3251 CRESTON, OHIO ll . Il 5::::::::::::--::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::A Bob Giet: "There are only two times when' Tf:::::::::1:A:::::::::::::::::'E I get hungry-when I take a bath and when ll II I go to church." Virginia Boyes: HI guess you don't get " ' " hungry very often." M A T T E S 0 N S rs as as is lb lb mn . ll Mr, Frey: "Eugene, why can't a bicycle Drugs ' Groceries stand up?" ll . 'l Eugene Sigler: "Because it's too tired." Ice Cream ' Stationery s 1: 1: Mrs. Romich: QTalking to pupils who are Phone 3371 Creston, Ohio singing "Good Night Ladiesvj Don't hold the ladies so long." i.::::::::::::::::s:::::::::::::a 12 PATTERs0N's li EE LUNCH and SODA GRILL l If n mu QQ Good Cofee and Sandwiches ll Agency for :L Weitzel and Elliott Dry Cleaning 1 il :E Phone 2481 Creston, Ohio 0 'I bc:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i Lois Gerstenslager was taking her first trip on a train. When the conductor came through the car and called for tickets, Lois readily gave up hers. A few minutes later, the train boy coming through called, "Chewing gum!" "Never!" cried Lois, bravely. "You can take my ticket, but not my gum!" Robert Markley looked long and thought' fully at the second examination question, which read: L'State the number of tons of coal shipped out of the United States in any given year." Then his brow cleared and he wrote . . M1492-none." Don Irvin stood on a street corner listening to an Italian playing a hand organ with a monkey sitting on top. A little girl walked up and gave Don a nickel. Don: "Why are you giving this money to me?" Little Girl: "Maina said I should give the monkey a nickel." Ss ::: is Leona Fetzer: L'Whenever I'm in the dumps, I get myself a new hat." Betty Dunn: "I was wondering where you got themf' 1- -.v--v-.--v----------- v ------- 1 ia 0 ll ll ll ll 11 ll 1: Compliments of 17 ll QQ SELLERS and LONG 21 ll ll ll CRESTON, oH1o :E 1: lj ll ll ll 0 0 Lic:1::--::::::::::::::::::::::::l fPage Forty-fivej

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