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Page 18 text:
SENIOR CLASS HISTGRY fContinuedj
1 9 4 6 - 1 9 4 7
Another summer has passed and you see us now, a group of very intelligent
students who have profited from two years in High School. We are now ready
to carry on our duties as full-Hedged juniors.
After choosing Mr. Robinson as our advisor we completed the task of
electing our officers. The following were elected: for president, Robert Markleyg
vice president, Margaret Lucas, for our secretary, Lois Gerstenslagerg treasurer,
Bonnie Steele, jean Carter and Roger Reese represented us in the student council.
We worked hard this year--having bake sales, picking up potatoes, and
selling Christmas cards.
We presented our class play "A Case of Springtime" on April 11. It turned
out to be a great hit. The Seniors presented a beautiful bouquet of roses to us
after the play.
Our most memorable event of this year was the junior and Senior banquet.
It was held at "Dorns Country Housew.
We received our green and white class sweaters, also our class rings this year.
We lost several more members of our class this year, our total enrollment
was now eighteen.
All in all our junior year was quite successful and we left the 'Old Red
School House' with a longing to return next year.
We were a group of eighteen, sitting proudly in our seats on that fall day
in 1947. We were Seniors! After three years of climbing we had reached the top
rung in the ladder.
Our officers for this last unforgettable year are: President, Lois Gerstenslagerg
vice president, Robert Markleyg secretary, Bonnie Steele, treasurer, Martha jane
Fraryg our student council members for this year were jean Carter and Merle
Beachy. For our class advisor we chose Miss Weimer.
After weeks of hard work we gave our class play presentation, "My Cousin
From Texasu. It was a great success.
Because of our successful square dance back in '45 we decided to sponsor
another one. It was only one among the many events of our Senior year.
As our school days come to a close we try to make the most of every one.
Our memory will forever be associated with the 'Old Red School I-Iouse'. Humble,
proud and thankful eighteen Seniors leave behind them the happy, happy school
days, looking forward to our life which lies ahead. -Mary Jane Woods
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
1944 - 1945
We were a group of thirty-one Freshmen sitting in our seats on that fall
day in 1944. It was our first year in Senior High School and we sat proudly.
Our future was before us. Unpredicted things would happen to this class in the
years to come.
In our first year as grown up ladies and gentlemen, we chose as our advisor,
Miss Perry. For our class officers we elected Robert Markley, President, Lois
Gerstenslager, Vice President, our Secretary and Treasurer was Virginia Foster,
jean Carter and Harry Sonnedecker were our Student Council members.
Our first grown-up party was a hay-ride. Gasser's woods was our destination.
The memory of that event will long linger in all our minds.
Another event of our Freshman year was the chapel program "Little Red
Riding Hood". The skit was written by a class member, Virginia Foster.
During the year, six new members came to join our class. They were, Bonnie
Steele, Norma Yoder, Margaret Lucas, Francis Steele, Robert Russel and Glenn
Moore. The same year we lost two of our members.
1945 - 1946
Upon arriving at school on that existing day in 1945 we were presented
with seats in the front of the study hall. We were bursting with happiness!
When the time came to choose our advisor and officers we elected the fol-
lowing: advisor, Miss Smith, president, Robert Markleyg vice president, Margaret
Lucas, secretary and treasurer, Joanne Plankg student council members, Jean
Carter and Roger Reese.
Among other activities, the Sophomore class sponsored a square dance.
We didn't have the luck to welcome any new members to our class this year.
It seemed that luck was against us because we lost three members. Our class
now totaled twenty-seven members.
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We, the class of Creston High School 1948 being of unsound mind
after our four years of high school drudgery, do hereby publish this last
will and testament bequeathing all that which we have worn out or don't
To the junior Class we will some girls.
To the Sophomore Class we will a few more athletes to enable you to win
the baseball games when we leave.
To the Freshman Class we will a mirror in your own room.
To the Seventh and Eighth Grades we will substantial funds in order that
you may go to Washington without worrying.
To Mrs. Bibler we will classes that do not chew gum fespecially Seniorsj
To Mr. Frey we will girl students.
To Miss Weimer we will students that will enter speech contests.
To Mr. Rich we will a powder that will cover up his blush.
To Mr. Work we will a Driving Class that can or will park.
To Miss Easterday we will a responsive Junior-Senior English Class.
To Mrs. Streett we will gym classes as good as the Seniors.
To Mrs. Yoder we will a Home Ec. Class that will learn to sew and cook.
To Mrs. Uher we will a fully-equipped Chemistry Lab.
To Miss Shaner we will a pack of chewing gum, a study hall that doesn't
talk without permission and a handsome young man.
To Mr. Young we will a ball bat instead of a baton.
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