Creston High School - Crest Yearbook (Creston, IA)

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THE CREST X. 'l o o A - L M o Published by THE CLASS OF 1946 Creston High School ZW pdf f fd! WZ Z W g Q W 5 5 Q . fl . x' ' I . I ' a K Q44 Nfl t First row: Paul Jones. Arthur Nord. Presidentg Fred Packwood.S9cretary. Sm-cond row: Ernest Porter, Russell Weidner. Harry Vctterick. Fred W. Ide, Tl'935LlI'9l Burton R. -lonvs Sl1ll0l'iIlll'f'lIl0llt E. G. Kvlly Ixl'iHl'iP2il Lewis Jones Graceland College Iowa State College University of Missouri B. S. Degree Department: Vocational Helen Lessman University of Nebraska B. S. Degree Department: Art Ruth Linn Grinell College Northwestern University B. A. Kz M. A. Degrees Department: English Don Moore Baker Unive1'sity University of Kansas Western State College B. M. Degree Agriculture Department: Instrumental Music Roy B. Moore Illinois State Normal University University of Iowa B. E'. 8z M. A. Degrees I C Department: Boys Physical Education Mary Jane McCrea Parsons College University of Iowa B. A. Sz M. A. Degrees Department: English ffffffw Florence Bergh Iowa Wesleyan College Northwestern University University of Iowa B. S. KL M. A. Degrees Department: English Grace Busse Yankton College University of Iowa University of Chicago Northwestern University B. A. Kz M. A. Degrees Department: Journalism M. Rachel Dunphy College of St. Teresa Iowa State College B. S. Degree Department: Homemaking Hilda Hiatt Penn College Iowa State Teachers College University of Columbia B. A. Xz M. A. Degrees Department: Business Education Charles E. Hill Iowa State Teachers College University of Michigan University of Iowa B. A. Sz M. A. Degrees Dean, Junior College Unity Hixenbaugh Creston Junior College Missouri State Teachers College University of Colorado B. S. Degree Department: Girls Physical Education ,223 I ' '4 IB. '- f Irene Sterrelt F-iinpsvn K'olIe.u'e Iowa State Uollege University of C'oIuinlsiu B. A. M M. A. IIl'!I'1'0S IIUIJZIIIIIICIITI Mutllelnnties Marcella Suvlian Ilumhesne Vullegle University 0fNeln':1sk:1 B. S. Degree II0ll2lI'tl1I1'IItI Lntin Clara Tlioinpson University of Nebraska Grninl Island Baptist Collegre Uepzxrtinentz IxI21tIICIIIEltIl'S Ilowzxrmi I.. Thmnpsnn VVesylan College Northwestern University Bradley I'olytec'Iiiiiunl Institute A. B. Degree 'DCI72lI'illIQlIt2 Industrial Arts Iessie M, Yanzee Uentrnl Colleue University of Iowa Ii. A. K1 M. A. Degrees Depzirtim-nt: Ilistory and Civics Fred G. Weber Departnientz l'1nninerc'e not, pictured Mrs. John Weresh University of Nebraska B. S. Ilegree Department: IIi:+tory and Science Q 7 ? f 4 2 Z Q Z i I V ,V 'f ff X I Swag, 'N Z .IOSI-Il'll P. A LCORN mtlmll I, 2. II. I: Ilzwkutlmll I: Iiuximl llub Ig 'I'umbIinLt Club 2: Ilzu-ha-lm's Club I -I: Arruw Stuff, Ealilur -Ig Slulln-ut Coun- ul I, .lg Jr, Class Play: Cr:-sl Stuff -l. I"l,0YlD IlAI,ll'S II It I'l'n4 'I V I'l'vw " 'I'l'4'nS. I. 'll-nuis ' Zig Iinuvl I, 11, 25, I: Clmrus Ig Tumbliuu llub l, 1: Ilawh.-lurs' Club 14, I. V. l'l'l'S- I Ig Stuclm-nl. Council I: .Ir Clww l'lz15': Mn 'murinl I'lzrlum- Comm., Cllrm ININNX I.I-Ili BENSON II. Ilnu. Sur. I: Class Swv I' II. ll. Irvs, I, !u..lN. J, lfhulu- I, J, .v. I: Ssw If Ill- II, ll lVl:ull'i'f:1l 1:I'Iu-m lluv I'r-s. 742 I V1 ml Stull li llulury Awnrml '4' I ll IN ella- II, S, I.:ul'uys-ll , Minn., .li'ANl'l'A I.. IHbl.'l'0N ilmru5 I, 2, II, Ip Clun-ua Club I " Imp llubJ,h.111.lm.il.ln l. l.0l'lSI'I .IICANNE BOYD Ixxnlrn, I, J, .,, I, I.-In llub I. I,n-tl-1' rlllnx' Klub IlICAIDI"0llD BUY ICR , , II I.. V. l'r w Il: II:u'b-Iulx' ll,l.w 49, I. I!II.Lll-I JANE IKHIIWN I.:uIn Club Snvy. I: Psp Club I, 23 Siu: im: Club I. HARLAN D. BROWN Churu: Club I: I'IZlIfTlU'llll'2l Club Ig I'iu-: Pong Club Sig If, l". A. 24, I, V. l'1'm-s. I. NURMA JEAN BVXTON Il. R. S4-cy. 1. 2, 345 'I'r1-us. I: Cluwvls 1: Pup Club I, C13 Cburu: Club 12, MARY LUCI LE C!Hll.l-IY Nall. Hun, Sm-. 54. 1, S.cy. I: O1'cl1:st1'u I. 12: Churus I. 2, Zi, I, Accunmpzunisx: Churus Club I. 2. 3. Drzlnmtic Club ,Ig Cr.-st Stuff. Ewlituu' Ig All School Play I. LZ, -I: H. R. Ss-ry. I. IVA MAE CALVIN Girl RL'svl'x'L-s 2. 3. CAROLYN IVIAE CASS G. A. A. I. 2. 3: Chorus I. 2. 22, Ig Clmru: Club l. 2, 343 Singing Club I3 Asruw Stuff I. JOHN WILLIAM CUSACK H. R. Secy. 1, Zg Football 4: Rand 1, 2, 3. 11: Orrllestra 3: Boxing: Club 1, Ping Pony.: Club 2, 3, 11. VIRGIL CECIL DANIELS Arrow Staff 4: Cromwell H. S. 1, 2, v 21. MILLIE MAE DERAUF H. R. Pres. 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 1, Sery, -11 Sc-xtettc 3: Dancing Club 1, Chorus Club 1, ZZ: All School Play 2. THOMAS L. DOUGHERTY Class V. Pres. -1: H. R, Pres. 1, 4, V. Pres, 2: Football 1, 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 42 Tennis 1: Bachelors' Club 3. Pinpr Pom! Club wig Arrow StaW 4, Student Council 3. BETTY JEAN DOUGLAS G. A. A. 1: Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4: Sextette 2, 33 Chorus Club 1, 2, 3. ETIIEL LOUISE DUNKERSON H. R. V. Pres. 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3. 43 Madri- xral IZ: Sextetto 4: Chorus Club 1, 2, 3, Arrow Stall' 2. MARJORIE ANN CHALMERS H. R, Pres. 3: Cheer Lcaflvr 3, 4: PUD Club 3, 4: Corning H. S. 1. 2. CARITA NADINE CLARK H. R. Sfcfy. 2. 43 G. A. A. 2. 3. All Blflfiil ti, 4: Orchestra 3: Chorus Club 1. 2, 3. SHIRLEY ARLENE CLAYTON Arrow Slafl' 4: Letier Writing Club 3, PrL's.g Zion H. S. 1. VENETIA COCIIRANE Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: D-'amalic Club 1, Choi-ug Club 2, 3: All School Play 1, 4. SHIRLEY COLLIER H. R. V. Prvs. 1, Secy. 2: Dzxncin! Club 1. Chorus Club ZZ, Pep Club 3, Photography Club 4. NORMA JEAN CRAGO Nat, Hon. Soc. 43 Bnnrl 43 Girl R1-sa-rres 1, 2. 3. fl. Treas. 3. Secy. 4. mwwfzm -..1,.N,w Mqvmvlum- lIAI.I.II-I .IICAN ICIIISLAID Il li l'rm-s. 2, V, l'r4-S. lg H. A, A. I. if ilu-rua Il, lg Clu-4-1' In-:ul-1' l: Ilmmzuliv Ilub l, IJ:xlu'inV, 'll-uuih Club 2, Cburu llub Zig Iluvm-vumlulf Qum-u 1, .Il'I,I'INIC ANN I"I'I,'I'0N II. Svvv "' G X A I' Chl Vu: Club l ...,,f. . . P . -. I IuII'I Ihsvrx'--s 22 I sllvl' l, ... g I.uI'II,I.A IIANSEN . 1 ,.,. .fun-.Il-5' I lub l, N. I ns. .I ANIi'I' IIA RI'I-IR II. Su-y, il, lg II. A, A, 31, I: I'l1ul'uQ 35. Ilunrus Club 1, IH-lv Club Sl. MILO IIARMUN R Vrnw l 'I'l'1-'A' 'I' I" I" A Club " .IVAN nl. lluu. Ilub Z, I Cbn-mi. ll, Cluss I'l'A lIOI.I.I'II'IN IIAIIPIN sul-. lg ll. R. S1-vy. lc Ufuwill hzmnmlir Club l, LI, Chmus Ulu Irv Club l, I'rm-ra.: Arrow Stull' I I'I:uy. lr WA Q IF N .I ACK RAYMOND IIARSHAVV is Prcs. 24, -I: I-I. R. V. I'r4-s. 2: Ifunlbnll 2, I, 3 :.4's'IImII I. 2. II, -IZ 'I'l':l4'k I ' mblim: Club l. 12, Sscy. 2. Hur mica Club l, IIIli'IIl'IUI'S' Club l, V, P11-s. Arruw Stulf I: SIIIIIUIII Cnum-il 1, Zi, I, V I'l'.s. l. .I1'. K lass I lay. ROI H-IRT I.. IIA RVILLE Il II. I'r.'s. I, V, I'rvs. Zi, 1: Vuutlrzull I. " :su-lbull 1, LZ. 74. I: IIIl'2IK'Ii 1, 22. 34 wnivzu Club l, Tumbling C J 5: Club l: Arruw Stull' 35, 1, HOPE IONIC II AY ICS Nut. Hun. buc. Il, 1. V. I'r1-s. l: Clus 1 I rl' 4 I . . "S. -. ' , ..'1'5'. , L, C 3 '1-l1'st:':x 1. 11: Cburus l 'x -y n, ' I ,. ui' b I, V, I'l'.'s I Crvfi Slull' -I: Jr. Clns I'l:xy: All Srhuul I'luy lg Ilunu-uumim: At SIII RL!-IY L. IIAZI-IN I'1-lv Klub 113 Ibllm' Vilrililux Club ii. MARY VIRGINIA HENRY H-ry. :SJ Iiuml 1. 12. 54, I: cIl'l'Il'hT1.l Cburu: Club I. li. Pup Club Il, I'A'I'RICl.-X IIICRRIIN Il R. S cy. 2: G. A, A. 2. 11, l: Clul-us 1 1 ., .- Clmrus Club l. -. I. ALBERTA KEESEY H. R. Sscy. 41: G. A. A. 1: 0l'Cl1Q'.Qtl'3. 2: Pep Club 2, rl. Photogzruphy Club -43 Home- coming Attemlunt. ELIZABETH KELLEY H. R. V. Pres. 1. Sscy. 2: Chorus 1. 2. 3, .ll Chorus Club 2, Pep Club 3. KATHLEEN KELLEY H, R. Srcy. 2, 'l'reus. 2: G. A. A. 21 Chorus 25. 413 Chorus Club 2, 3. RICHARD W. KELLY H. R. Pres. 1, V. Pres, 13 Tumbling Club 1. LI. Bachelors' Club ZS. 43 Jr. Class Play. HAROLD KEPNER H. R. V. Pres. 4: Stullont lVlz1nz1ge1', Foot- ball -1: Chorus 1. 2. 35 Tumbling: Club 1. 2, Pimr Pom: Club 1. MABEL Vl0LA KILLMER Girl Rest-r'x'vs 24: Vlfillmar H. S., Willmur. Minn. 1, Z. LUCILLE HIGGINS Girl Reserves 3, 43 Arrow Stuff -l. CHARLES W. HITCHCOCK H, R. Pres. 1, V. Pros. 2: Football 1: Basketball lg Track 3: Chorus 2, 3: 'Fumb- linil Club 1, Harmonica Club 1, Iiarha-lors' Club 3, 4: Arrow Stuff -1: .lr. Cla-44 Play. WILLIAM E. IMLAY Harmonica Club 1, Latin Club 1, Slinlv Rule Club 3, Bachelors' Club 1. ROBERT R. JENSEN H. R. Pres. 2. V. Pres. 3, 'l'rL-as. 13 Font- ball 113 Raslictball 2, 3, li 'l'rzu'li l. 3: Ton- nis 1. 2: Chorus 1. 2, 3, 1: Truzls. li Box- ing Club, Latin Club 1: Chorus Club 2. Chuss Club 3, Photography Club -lg Crust Stall' -lg Arrow Stal? 1: All School Play ii: Jr. Class Play. OREN LEROY JETER Son-iul Gamers Club 1, 22. Pin! l'oz111' Club 3. I". I". A. -1. SL-Cy. .IOANNE JONES H, R. S?Cy, 3: Band 2: Orchestra 2: Chorus 1, 3: Chorus Club 1, 2, Pup Club 3. "L.4.x' MARY COLLEEN KIRKPATRICK Iullf-l'luu II, S. I1 GN-x'lll'i1-l1l Il. S. 12. ?-. WILLIAM L. KLINGENSMl'I'II II IC. X. I'v-I-4. I. Lf: Tumlllluf ' I .L. .. ., Ins. I. Iizrlu-lun llub .,, I. IIELICN KI.Ol'I'ENIII'RIi . ."1s'A' , I. ZI2 I. . . 3 'Ik "- ' . - . I . . - . . I H I .-- .E I I' .' I I'wp Club Il. I.Al'RI'ILLA LEWIS IVIAXIYNE OPAL LI'NDY inmwn-ll Il. 5. l,!,:1 LUIS .I EA N E'l"I'I-I MA IIDEN . ,"-N.2l."'-sf. 1' "1 2 Klub I. J,- MARIAN MARKUS G. A. A. .IQ IAIIIII llub I. Curl Il,-rm-l'x'L-s .Z u I up L lub .I. DONALD GEN E MIKKELSEN lfmxtlmll 1. 2. 3. I: 'l'1':u-lx I. SI: IInno1'zu'5 Czuml.. I"unt,b:1ll I: Ihmim: Club l. I". I". A 2. II. -I, I'l'vs. I. w .I. EUGENE MILLER lrvst Siull' I: IJAIHIIIZIII II. I2 IIII'il1'li II l Iiuvlu-Imu's' Club Cl, Ig Sllulcni. Council I Cnrnimz II. S. l, 2. MARILYN JEAN MOLISY Nui. Hou, Sm-. JI, I: II. Ii. V. I'1'm-S. I Sovy. I: Iizuul 35, I3 OI'l'IIl'SII'1l -I: Chorus I. 2. II. II: I31':1m:1lic Club 1. 11. I, Prvs. I Churus Club Ii: Crm-st Slull' I: All Sl-hun I'luy l. 2. Il, I: Jr, Claws Play. VERNON I.. MOORE IVl:1tb Clulv -I: Crm-st Stull' I3 Crumwu-II II .,. 5. l. -. -5. MINERVA ADELI A MOW ERY Iizuul 2g Clnwus I. II: Girl lin-ss-1'x'n-5 fl. I. PATRICIA JEANNE OSWALD Twirlcr 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, Chorus Club 2, Pep Club 3, Singing Club 4, Pres. DONALD EUGENE OTIS H. R. Sec-y. 1: Band 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1: Dancing Club 1, Pim: Pong Club 2, Bach- elors' Club 3, 4: Arrow Stuff 4. WILLIAM D. PAIGE Football -lg Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, -lg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Madriizal 4: Quar- tzftte 3. MARY ROBERTA REASLAND H. R. Pres. 1, Secy. Z, Treas. Z: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3, 4: Chorus 13 Pep Club 1, 33 Ten- nis Club 2. Singing: Club 43 Arrow Sfaif 4. CARL E. RILEY Social Games Club 1. Harmonica Club 2, Ping Pom: Club I". F. A. 4. SARAH LUCILLE RILEY Girl Rs's:'rx'es 1, ZZ, 3, Vl. DONALD D. MULLIN Nat, Hon. Soc. 113 Class V. Pres. 3: H. R. Pres. 43 lhisketball 1, 2, 3, -13 'll-nnis 2: Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Quartette, Nlzulriyral 2, 3, 41 Chorus Club 1, 2. Ping: Pom: Club 243 Crest Stall' -1: Student Council 2, IS. HELEN .IEANNE McCANN Girl Rcssrvcs 2, 73: Afton H. S. 1. MEARL McCREARY Arrow Stull' 5. 4. MARGARET MQDONALD Chorus 1. ORAL DEAN NELSON H. R. Przs. 3, 45 Chorus 75: Harmonica Club 1, Latin Club 2, Slide Rule Club H, Ch.mistry Club fig Nut. Hun. Surf. -I. BETTY NORMAN Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3: H. R. Pros 4, Dancing Club 1. Chorui Club 2, 3. If IQERAIDINE .l. RZISE Ilrl lbw-rv N I 3 l'vp1'lub2. DONALD C. Sl'llUWAl.'I'ER ll li. V. l'rs-5. 2. 'I'u-1-uf. 35. I: lluml l. 12. ' Huvinl Hmm-4 Club I. ll:u'n1unin':I Club lizu-llvlmw' Club El, Ig Jr. Clzw. l'l:ly. ICIPIIEIVI' IV. SlHl'll.DS ll li. V. l'r1-N. l. Swy, lg l"m-lbulf I. 32. I Stull nl lNlzu1:uf.'l' 2: Clml-1.4 I: 'I'umb lu-' Club l. lluxiuu Club 2. I'i:u'lu-lmwx' Ilub Zi, I. MARTHA .I EAN SPRINGS ll ll. l'rl-N. I. I. V. l'1'.-s. il. S-VY. II Il- A- X ZZ, I3 lirluul I. 12. 26: Clmrlla I: l'luu'114 llub l " Ilg Cln-nr l.v:ul-r I2 .lr. Claw Ilxv. DORIS Sl'l'kR ufluv, llub I, .-Xllflw lllull I. -. CARUIJNE MARIE SWANSUN uns -' , .-wy. I. I-. A. A, .., I. llmlux l, - lg llmru.. llub I, lg l'.-In l lub -. ... iw-1 .V N- f Nulzvw-wang-I-vm. - -Q 'S Rfff, sf: ai ELLEN TEVEBAIIGII Nall. Hun. Sm-, 34. 1, Pm-s. I' Cl-I+' Sw'5'.' ' ' ' "' " 'lrlvr I " Drum lll'2lS. 3, lr. A. A. lv. lvl lVl:ljm'4'ttc Sl, I3 Clmrus 2: l1llUlll4 Club l. 123 Ilzuwing Club I1 Pop Stall' I: Slullvnl Cuum-il I Atlmmlunl tn Qmw-u I: ll. l'1'm's. I. Svvy. 2, fl. .IOIIN R. THOMSON Club :ig Crm-sl g llurm-I-unlimz li. P1-vs. I. V. lizunl 2. il. I3 Ilmnuxlir Club l. IIARRIET ROSE'l"l'A VVAGONER H. R. V. Vrvs. 1: Chm-us I. 11. Il, lg Svx- Lutlv I. 2. Il, Ig 'l'riu ll: Mzulriprzll ll. I: Nlixuxl f1U1ll'It'IIU I: Girl lh-sn-n'n-s fl. l. S. W. Dist. V. l'l'u:4.g Stunb-ut Cuuncil 111 Aflull H. S. 1. Il0R0'l'llY LOUISE WEISSHAAR ll. R. Pros. ll, V. l'rn-s. I. 'I'1'o:1S. 2: Chorus I. 2. Sl, I: 'l'1'in Il: Sm-xtutlv 12. Sl, I5 Mix- vrl Q11ul'14-ilu 34, I: lN12Hll'I1I2ll il, Ig Dramatic Club Z, Sl, lg All Schnul I'lny l. El.IZAllE'I'll ANN E VVIRTII H. R. Sm-y. Ll, 'I'rv:xs, 24: G. A. A. 35 Chorus Club l. 2. IH-p Club .L MARCELLA JANE YOVNGREN A. Il, I3 llzuul I, 15, Cl: Chorus Club I. L! P1-p Club 35 Sluclvnt, Council Il. I, Sn-cy. -I H. R. Prvs. 1. 13, V. l'rm-s. Cl, N-cv. .11 I-. A. Lgfffzffzzzlfly Jiizfzkeiizeiz Alvin Martin, Jr. Raymond Penkert Jamfs Fitzgerald N0 PICTURES FOR THE FOLLOWING: ARTHUR CHUBICK Band 3g Slide Rule Club 3. ROBERT HUTCHINGS Football 4: Basketball 4: Bachelors' Club 4: Silver Grove, Ky. H. S. 1, 2, 3. LAWRENCE MARTIN Football 3, 43 Chorus lg Tumbling Club 1, 2. RICHARD ALAN RANSOM Track lg Chorus 1, 23 Dancing Club 1: Bachelors' Club 4. RICHARD THOMPSON Football 2, 3, 4. I WZ W Q ,M A VJ! i X fi I 'if I u-7737 M , Underclassmen A class of very inexperienced, green freshmen entered C. H. S. in the fall of l945. Now this group of well-mannered WD students can hardly be associated with the freshmen of two years ago. This year the juniors showed athletic ability with many of their members on both the football and basketball teams. The number of juniors in band and choir proved their interest in the field of musicg their acting ability was quite successfully demonstrated in the Junior Class Play and the All- School Play. The junior class, with these achievements in its past, is quite capable of accepting its place as the seniors of '47. The seniors are Nlords and mastersu of C. H. S., the juniors are associated with the Junior-Senior Banquet, the freshmen are Wlittle, green freshmen,n but the sophomores just go to school whether they like it or not! The sophomores invaded both the field of music and the ath- letic arena. This class should be complimented on the excellent manner in which they worked together. Gee, we're at last in high school! This was the enthusiasm ex- pressed by one hundred and eight freshmen until they discovered that high school could mean only one thing--work! In a year the freshmen class has shown much progress as many of them are outstanding, with musical, dramatic and scholastic ability. Some of the freshmen boys, as well as upper classmen, have found that their ability lies in ath- letics. The freshmen proved to be a quite talented group and will undoubtedly be a credit to Creston High School when they graduate. uniors Qgoplzomores C9293 men Miss Suchan's Junior Home Room First Row: B. Webb, J. Sheridan, D. Thompson, A. Thompson, B. White- head, H. Strunce, D. Williamson. Second Row: D. Rice, M. Swim, M. B. Young, L. Walsh, B. Young, D. Ratliff. Third Row: H. Summerville, J. Wolfe, D. Wilder, L. Reese, B. Stamper, G. Talent, B. Strobbe. Miss McMahon's Junior Home Room First Row: E. Daniels, L. Boswell, R. Cole, B. L. Cook, D. Blair, P. Corey. Second Row: D. Arnold, M. Brenner, J. Baker, M. Cochrane, R. Briese, D. Crnft, C1 Cronin. Third Row: D. Eunzendahl, G. Cheely, D. Christensen, M. Coen, A. Blair, C. Carroll, E. Debord. Miss Pine's Junior Home Room First Row: K. Erickson, K. lshiyama, D. Funk, M. Greene, D. Hood. Second Row: V. Harvey, I. Jessen, E. Harvey, H. Emhoff, R. Glick, D. Grandfield. Third Row: H. Jackson, H. Guthrie, H. Emhoff, C. Evans, D. Higgenbotham, P. Hillman. Mr. Thompson's Junior Home Room First Row: S. Miller, E. Markus, P. Nelson, R. Leuck, L. Moreland, D. McDonald. Second Row: S, Mullin, K. McElroy, do McCann, D. Proffitt, J. McEniry. Third Row: A. LaPorte, O. Lines, P. Kessler, R. Marquis, J. Munson, G. Mayne, K. Miller. Mr. McDonald's Sophomore Home Room First Row: J. Bradley, D. Moore, M. Otis, J. Mullin, G. Miller, D. Metz, B. O'Riley. Second Row: M. L. Brown, E. J. McCreary, P. Part- low, M. McElroy, H. Bolton, M. McCann, A. Bolton, H. Polson, Third Row: P. McGraw, P. McCann, C. Martin, D. Moses, B. Kenworthy, D. Nosmon, J. Brown, J. Mills. Fourth Row: D. McCann, M. Neuenschwander, C. Kuhns, D. Martin, R. Osmun, D. Porter, C. Nash. ., S L aj? ,SZ ff x if- 3 W. -'Q f T53 ffl I .gh G gala ,'! M - Q v f 9 Q ll V7. X, M u ,EMS 1 l mv is NWA ,j -nc reign vfgzzfnmv 6 ,. - a . W fx, Ufgil +5':7fX 4 Mrs. Busse's Sophomore Home Room First Row: K. Richardson, C. Burgess N. Spurr, T. Weokmen, K. lrennle. 'Second Row: J. Weisshaar R. Sticklos H. Reaslund, D. ulnyton, L M Mxlmes, P Clayton, J. Meresh. Third Row: P. Brothfr . X lon, M. Clark, M. Clayton, M. Smlth, L. Rusk, E. White, R. Sulllvnn. 4-, cy 'L' e.lzff1?fnT0xff N- A. J gp ' Q 4 X 'gl-J x Alamgp Li X ' Miss Linn's Sophomore Home Room 1 ii, N f First Row: P. Hervey, B. Gamet, B. Bloom, L. Donovan, B. Hawker, ax Jjx? D. Ekblrd. Second Row: G. Bartle, M. Baker, S. Grover, S. Jeter, J. Dooley, G. Howe, B. Garrett, J. Groves. Third Row: M. L. Bode, G1 mi ' li-M W. Goforth, J. Delich, E. Bender, L. Edwards, R. Harpin, D. Alroru, Fourth Row: P. Hauz, P. Herrin, G. Gardner, B. 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Fila Clubs Singing Club Sponsor: Miss Suchan President: Pat Oswald Pianist: Helen Polson V.President: Helen Emhofi Treasurer-Librarian: Halcyon Strunce .1.fn.r..f, , 5--el.,-V 32555 fges 1 1 5 1 1 Chemistry Club Juanita Harpln, President Paul Hillman LuElla Hansen Dean Nelson Miss McMahon, Sponsor Mathematics Club Miss Sterrett, Sponsor Bob Marquis, President Gerald Mayne Dave Wilder Harold Emhoff Howard Jackson Vernon Moore Joe Alcorn . Floyd Balius Don Otis . Jack Harshaw Miss Dunphy BACH LORS CLUB President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor The madrigul group has been organized accord- ing to the rules of the Iowa High School Music Association which will mnke them eligible to compete in the contest series in the spring. The group can have no more than nine members, they must sing unaccompanied music Cmadrigalsj, and perform without direction. ARTCRAFT CLUB Virginia Stamper . . - - P!'e55-dem' Richard Jessen . . . - 59CF6t8FY Richard Slater . . . . Treasurer-Reporter urs. McGuire . . .A . Sponsor ...I . ,., MADRICAL GROUP Bill Johansen Marion McCann John Kelley Georgeann Bartle Dorothy Weisshaar Harriet Wagoner Donna Lee Benson Don Mullin-President Bill Paige Miss Pine, Director Activities for 1945--1946 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club, under the leadership of Mr. McGuire, proved very helpful in getting pictures for the Crest. Their officers are Bob Jensen - President Kathryn McElroy - Treasurer Kyoko Ishiyama Norma Jean Crago Irene Jessen Agnes LaPorte President Secretary Treasurer Vice President South-West District All Girls' Party - Gypsy Patteran Mother and Daughter Tea Emblem Sale for Children's Home ln charge of Concessions for games Pre-Easter Passion Week Services Christmas Party for grade children Sponsor of Easter Convocation Hostesses to S. W. District Conference l FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Don Mikkelsen . . . President Harlan Brown . . . Vice President Oren Jeter . . . . Secretary Ray Harpin . . . . . Treasurer Maurice Embree . . . Sargeant-at-Arms Lewis Jones . . . Sponsor H. Baliue K. Bradley J. Brown C. Bolinger M. Clark C. DeLaney BOXING CLUB R. DeLaney J. Loudon D. Mosman D. Porter E. Smith Mr. Thompson, Sponsor PING PONG CLUB Charlie Walters, Sponsor. Winner of first Sem- ester singlee - Bob Harville, defending champion, FRESHMAN DANCING CLUB Bill Buck . . . . . .President Pat Patterson . . . Vice President Pat Keast . . . . . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer There are 30 boys and 30 girls in this club. Bob Young . . Doyle Ratliff Pat Brotherton Jean Sheridan Miss Linn . . DRAMATIC CLUB . President . Vice President . . Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsor The Winner H. R. 306 H. R. 301 HOME COMING "v---L., Royal Troupe i H. R. 303 1.3 E 4 i i 9 'pw F zz f Ek. 2 , f j Queen Hallie Ekblad WZ V .- 4. ,,qf?'m'f7T'WWu:"g '?-'5m"S4Q'QilFF1 - ' h v4l I ' 7 f if I ' 7 ' l I I 4 I I I ' Z Z ?f f ZZ? 6 499 9 di? f ff? 2 if A I-E Hope Hayes Marilyn Molby Mary Cagley Ellen Tevebaugh V. Pres. Trees. Sec'y. Pres. ylational Honor bclety Membership in the Honor Society is based on Scholar- ship, Leadership, Character, and Service. The members are selected by the faculty, from the upper third of the class Members elected this year are: Don Mullin Dean Nelson Donna Lee Benson Norma Jean Crago Juanita Harpin Some sort of a banquet is held in the spring for the members and their guests. Back row: L. to R. Donna Lee Benson, Dean Nelson, Don Mullin, Juanita Harpin Norma J. Crago. Front row: Mary Cagley, Marilyn Molby, Ellen Tevebaugh, Hope Hayes, ,mms may lm,-,1..uh1f,..s, ,. ,s.z w 1 Secy. M. Youngren Trees. J. McEniry Pres B Young V Pres J Harshaw Cgyfucfenf Go11nc'z' Back row: L. to R. B. Young, G. Miller, B. Buck, E. Glick, E. Harvey, D. Metz, P. Pahterson, D. Arnold. Middle row: A. Saffell, J. Harshaw, M. Youngren, J. McEniry F. Balius. Front row: E. Kelley, S. Grover, B. Bloom. Back row, left to right: Honors Editor, Gene Miller, Club Ed- itor, Vernon Moore, Ass't Bus. Manager, Bob Marquis, Business Manager, Don Mullin, Editor-in-chief, Mary Cagleyg Activities Editor, Joe Alcorn, Front row: Typist, Jean Buxton, Dram? atics Editor, Juanita Harping Instrumental Music EditorgMari- lyn Molbyg Senior Editor, Ellen Tevebaugh, Home Room Editor, Hope Hayes, Vocal Music Editor, Donna Lee Benson, Art Editor, Hallie Ekblad. Photo Editor G rest Bob Jensen The Crest staff of l945 and l946 has renewed the practice of putting out a year book. This has not been done since l95l. In place of the year book there was a supplement of the school paper published. In this supplement there were only pictures of the graduating class and their will and prophecy. Due to the fact that this is the first annual that has been put out for more than ten years many difficulties con- fronted the staff in their attempt to start the tradition once again. There was no one to obtain advice from among the pupils, no photographer in school that had experience from the preceding year. There were no traditions to follow, no- thing to copy from and no one to sponsor the movement. In this year book the staff has made an honest endeavor to interest not only the graduating class, but also the other class members. This staff also hopes that the following classes will keep the practice of putting out an annual. Ass't Editor, Doyle Ratliffg Photo Editor, Bob Jenseng Editor,'Mary Cagley 1 , . ., f,111f:: 1191? l41?l?C7lF' fTY71E f41?I?t7lV' ITOW The Arrow staff publishes the high school paper once a month. It is sponsored by Mrs. Grace Busse and the course of Journalism is taught by Mrs. Busse. The Arrow is published in the interest of the students and it gives the staff members a better understanding of what a paper consists of and of its composition. The first semester staff publishes five of the nine issues and the second semester staff publishes the remaining four. The Arrow training is valuable in the fact that it puts the students in contact with the business men and teaches them the responsibility of handling money. Publishing the Arrow lays a valuable foundation for those that want to continue in the field of Journalism. It is also helpful to those that do not continue in the field of Journalism by teaching them the difference in the departments of a paper 'and to realize the value of more than just the comic strips. FIRST SEMESTER STAFF SECOND SEMESTER STAFF Editor-in-chief . ..... .......... ................. . . . Make-up Editor .... Columnist ,...... Sports Editor. .. . Girls Sports ......... Clubs ,................. Music, Proof Reader . Programs ...........,. Junior College ....... Junior High School ,... Features ............ Reporters ...,...... Business Manager ..... Ad Collectors ......... Circulation Mana er . g . ...... .... . Typists. .....................,........ ....... . .. .. .Joe AlC0l'D ...lack Harshaw .Juanita Harpln ...Bob Harvllle :Z 2Donna J effords Shirley Clayton .. Mary Cagley .Mary Reasland l r r , Book Reviews .... ........-.-..-. -.-- Lb a y ..... Carolyn Cass, VenetiaCochrane ....................Lucile Higgins Kelly . .I ...... ....,.................... . .Bob Jensen .U..H..H..H.:U.Bob DeBori Ronmd BFNSS Mearl McCreal'Y ' ' ' .' .'.'.'.'.yAi-gli 'nirlieul 'Marge Chalmers Marie Swanson .. .. .. .. Maxine Lundy Publi hed monthly by the students of the journalism class of Cres- ton, lows: high school to express the unbiased opinion of the student body, to establish high standards of conduct, scholarship, and IPOWS msnshlp, to encourage greater interest in all school activities. Gnd i promote stronger cooperation between the students and the admin!! tration. Editor-in-chief' .... Make-up Editor Literary Editor Columnist ....... . EDITORIAL STAFF Feature Writer ..... Sports Editor .... . Girls' Sports ...... Dramatics Reporter Music Reporter Program Reporter . Junior College , ......... ............. . . Junior High School Humor Column .... Feature Column Birthday Column Business Manager Ad-Collectors .... Circulation . . . , SECOND SEMESTER STAFF Harold Kepne! Donna Lee Benson Hope Hayes .. Mary Cagley .. Floyd Balfus Jack Harshaw ..... Janet Harper Marilyn Molby Millie Derauf Carita Clark Tom Dougherg Elizabeth Wir ,. .. . . Martha Spriggs, Patsy Herron Dorothy,Christensen, Helen Emhoff . ................................... Kathleen Kelly Librar and Book R l . . l ' ' y ev ews . . He en Kloppenburg, Shirley Colher General Reporters ...... . .......... Elizabeth Kelly 'ez,11sg,'Rigrg,a..1,ick, Ruth Evans Business Staff .. . Bob Jensen Bradford Boyer, John Thompson, Bill Imlay, Dick Ransom Alberta Keesey, Randall Glick 0 r I M , 'M K., QW 'SLE-I .5 S X W Y Q ,-'31, - , vw,- li-s -nuQ4l" 5 1-'ir ' 1 ., l.g- 51- N111 ,m. 1 M3 'w -4. 5 -:Q ,A ., s Q55 1 sn. 19 ,six M, . v ,. ' "' , M3 hc it Z Z Z 7 Z The chorus, composed of seventy - seven voices, has completed a successful year under the leadership of Miss Mary Louise Pine. We participated in the At- lantic Music Festival, presented the annual Christmas concert, sponsored our fifth annual Spring Music Fes- tival, and presented an Easter concert and a spring concert. Guest conductor of the Spring Music Festival was Mr. Olaf C. Christiansen of St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota. Eight vocal soloists and the five vocal small groups entered music contest in the DIRECTOR Sprmg' Miss Pine N 77fZl.IQCll Glzorus ACCOWANISTS Mary Cagley and Patsy McGraw Left to right, seated: First rew: C. Burgess, E. Daniels, J. Bolton, D. Weisshaar, H. Ekblad, H. Hayes, H. Wagoner, E. Dunkerson, J. Sheridan, 5. Mullin, P. Corey, P. Harvey. Second row: C. Cronin, D. McCann, M. Otis, J. Strauss, P. Brotherton, D. L. Benson, J. Bolton, H. Polson, P. Stickels, P. McGraw, P. Partlow, H. Recoy, M. Neuenschwander, V. Stamper. Third row: V. Cochrane, P. Harpin, P. Hausz, P. Kessler, C. Cass, Mo Wilmes, B. L. Cook, M. Spriggs, J. Munson, G. Delich, M. Swanson, B. Douglas, D. Higginbotham. Fourth row: G. Miller, J. Hanrahan, W. Strobbe, E. Kelley, M. McCann, W. Buck, J. Grand- field, E. Markus. Fifth row: R. Hood, WL McCann, R. Howar, A. Blair, S. West. Standing' First row: J. Begg, R. Edwards, H. Bolton, Miss Pine, M. Cagley. Second row: R. Jensen, W. Paige, D. Mullin, G. Talent. Not in picture: G. Bartle, M. Derauf, E. Kelley, K. Kel- ley, M. Molby, L. Cecil, J. Dooley, M. Embree, R. Glick, R. Grandfield, J. Hess, J. Ide, W. Johansen, J. Kapfer, J. Kelley, J. Weresh, R. Yates. rj. H19 Qfee GMA The freshman girls glee club had n membership of nineteen this year. it participated in Lhe Cnriuhnas concert, Spring Music Festival, Eas- ter concert, and spring con- cert. First row: B. Jaundrey, C. Thompson, P. Bogar, J. Norris, C. Hogue, V. Fulton, Joan O'Hiley. Second row: J. Moore fzgogfs Quart ette B111 Strobbe, Don Mullin, Alma Blhir, Marion McCann Cgextette Georgeann Bartle, Dorothy Weisshaar, Harriet Wagoner, Helen Polson, Donna Lee Benson, Ethel Dunkerson. Patsy McGraw, Acocmpanist. M. Weber, B. Double, E. Glick, M. L. Keating, P. Patterson Third row: K. Thompson,'C. Lamb, L. McCalip, P. Healey, M. Shinn, P. Keast. no Harriet Wagoner, Carolyn Cass, Hally Ekblad 77L'mf uartette Bill Johansen, Dorothy Weisshaar, Harriet Wagoner, Bill Strobbe Band Members: D. Wilder, B. Young, E. Knotts, N. Crago, B. Marquis, B. Hower, K. Bradley, H. Strunce, J. Grandfield, A. Taddicken, M. Mullin, R. Yates, B. Johannes, M. Henry, D. Funk, J. Kapfer, C. Clark, M. Lyons, N. Strunce, C. Marquis, J. Thompson, D. Arnold, M. Molby, D. Williamson, P. Brotherton, R. McCoy, H. Taha, W. Molby, D. Otis, F. Balius, D. Christ- ensen, S. Lines, J. Duben, D. Moore, M. Beatty, P. Hillman, C. Summerville, D. Ratliff. tgnstru mania! USWC HHail, hail the gang's all here! Doesn't that remind you of something? Of course, that's one of the songs you've heard Don Moore's pep band swing out on at the basketball games. This, however, is only part of the regular band. The regular band of 38 pieces puts in three hours of hard work every week to make those songs sound as good as they do when we hear them. Marching at football games, playing at pep meetings and basket- ball games are the outward manifestations of these practices. However the outsider loesn't get in on the fun behind the scenes. Of course, the ardor of the bani is cooled a bit occassionally by the weather at some parades and football games when fingers are stiff and valves freeze. This doesn't stop them, thnugh. Out of the band have come some outstanding small groups. The trumpet trio and quartette, and our two flute players, Norma and Carol, are really something of which to be proud. Bob Y D 1 R tllff oung, oy e a 1 , Whether laboring over Gershwin's HRhapsody In Bluen or swinging and Dave Wilder: the trum' out on HBad Boy Boogyu the band is always on its toes. pet t?iO' The trio PlU5 Bob Marquis makeup the trumpet quartette. 3 ff F ill! it j I I .1 sf A , , F ' 1 '- . -f' 'S ramatrcs vsf:,r,5'E'e 7 fi l you W V'-eggs? , l le flier' "Dun'tTake My Penny" by Anne Coulter Martens THE CHARACTERS tln the order of their appearance! Sally, a maid with a purpose Norman Porter, a publicity man Penny, a pretty little miss ,.... Gram, just herself , Caleb, Penny's absorbed father Mark. her farm-minded brother .... Mavis, her attractive sister . . Lydia, her busy mother ..,.... Joanna, her loyal girl friend ..... Kerry, her resourceful boy friend Greg, his pal with ideas ....,....... Monsieur Henri, a French designer Claire ,... . ..,,,.........,. . . . . Elsie ..... Henri's models .... .. . Lucille..- .. Bud, a delivery boy ....... Harrison Day, a young author Donna .leffords Willis McCann ....IIop: Hayes . . Dorothy Funk .. Jay Kapfcr Doyle Ratliff Marilyn Molby . ..Mary Cagley Shirley Grover .. Robert Marquis William Strobbc . ., .. . Richard Fils Patricia Brotherton . .Venetia Cochrane . Betty Bloom John Grandfield Richard Arnold ll School 501011 "Seven Keys To Baldpate" 'By George M. Cohan CHARACTERS lin the order in which they appear! Elijah Quimby, the caretaker of Baldpate Inn ,,,, Paul Hillman Mrs. Quimby, his wife ,A,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,A , . ,, William Hallowell Magee, the novelist ,,,,, . Jane Bland, the president's secretary ..., . Mary Norton, the newspaper reporter , , , Mrs. Rhodes, the charming widow ,,,,. ., Peters, the Hermit of Baldpate , Myra Thornhill, the blackmailer ,,,,. Lou Max, the Mayor's man "Friday" Dorothy Funk Doyle Ratliff Pauline Corey , Jean Sheridan . Janet Munson Robert Marquis Dreda Higginbotham Robert Young Jim Cargan, the crooked Mayor of Reuton , A William Strob-be Thomas Hayden, president of the R. and E. Sub- urban R. R. ...,...,,, ,. ,.,,,, ..,,,,,,,.,, , , ,, Jiggs Kennedy, Chief of Police of Asquewan Falls ,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,i,4,,l.i,,...,,ri,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Richard Arnold Willis McCann Policemen ,,,,, ,.,,,, R ichard Hood Richard Fils Mrs. Hal Bentley, the owner of Baldpate ,,,, Charmaine Cronin Ul'I,l.Ol' WM Y ...W XX N N A x 'rf' , X of fv 1 .1 et A 2 M? X QW xx X l, U 1 W y Xfsfy ,xg X X f M 5 Q 2 Q , x x 'W X 2" ff X ES V f' f ' J 'L 'X X X gif x x' ,ff X 5 33iiilf'QM if f ...f A Cgdootbafl .Y . Left to Right- Bottom Row: Bob Harville, Bob Shields, Bob Hutchings, Don Mikkelson, Lewis Reese, Jack Harshaw, Gene Miller, Gene Cheely, Bill Cusack. Second Row: Tom Dougherty, Hugh Su merville, Glen Hartley, Randall Glick, Orville Lines Bob Jensen Joe Alcorn, Don Proctor. Third Row: Heed Coach Roy Moore, Arliss Saffell, Lloyd Donovan, Bob Sullivan, Jim Begg, Bob Gripp, Merton Hood, Dean Williamson. Fourth Row: Harold Kepner, Student Manager, Don Schuler, Gerald Miller, Jim Weisshaar, Dennis Alcorn, Don Metz, Jerry Brown, Jim Dooley, Charlie Walters, Trainer. Back Row: Bill Buck, Gene Probasco, Gene Freemyer, Jerry Ide, Darrel Johannes, Richard Wick, Joe Hanrahan, Jim Diller, John Hess, Assistant Coach Don McDonald. Hi J miie 5: ,mo 5I ll I 1 U ' X do mi, A Q33 gm 1 K I ll. ' 1,9 .LW in J J I ., H""l s Je J r - IIB. u lo- J ' lI3ll'Wn' f Isagiii gf ,ii , CI I , ,iv image, t J I 4 1 ff 1 RESUME OF 1945 SEASON Prospects were mighty slim at the season's start with only five experienced men for Coach Roy Moore to build a team around. Inexperience proved to be the Panthers' downfa1l.in the season's opener at Shenandoah with the Mustangs dumping them, 14 to O. Coach Moore's boys made two last quarter threats that stamped them as great possibilities. Then the Panther-came through with a five-game winning streak that stamped them as being a rugged, never-say-die eleven. They came from behind to knock off Villisca, 15-7. A tremendous rally in the final moments against Red Oak turned a two-touchdown deficit into a thrilling 14 to 12 victory. Homecoming and a smashing 20-6 win over a previously unbeaten Corning eleven. The top thriller of the season saw the Panthers come from behind to nip Clarinda 20-19. The Wbreatheru of the schedule proved to be Winterset, who took a 59-O pasting. The battle for a share of conference top honors with Atlantic was too much for the Pan- thers, Atlantic lacing the Panthers, 25-7. The season closed at Green- field and in a free-scoring affair, the Panthers met defeat, 35-20. Ten seniors played perhaps their last football during the past grid season. They include Honorary Captain Doh Mikkelson, Bob Harville, Bob Shields, Bob Hutchings, Bob Jensen, Bill Cusack, Tom Dougherty, Jack Harshaw, Joe Alcorn, and Gene Miller. All were major letter winners. Five members of the team also received conference and state ratings. Gene Cheely, picked as one of the outstanding Southwestern Iowa backs, Bob Harville, Don Mikkelson, Bob Shields, and Jack Harshaw, received these honors. .ao F' "p' SPS 'Wa .1 wid 4 .52 TOM DOUGHERTY BOB HARVILI-E 'WK HMWAW Boa JENSEN LEWIS mms:-3 Boa Hurcnmcs CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS FRESHMAN-SOFHOMORE L. to R. Denny Alcorn, Roland Os- mun, Glenn Hartley, Arliss Saffell, Qasketball PAST REGULAR SEASON RESULTS CHS Opp. Corning ....... 51 19 Diagonal. . . . 51 28 Shenandoah. . . 25 20 Greenfield. . . 49 25 Clarinda. . . 21 22 Bedford ....... 26 28 Atlantic ....... 15 29 A. L. Council Bluffs. 29 26 Charlton ....... 55 51 Villisca ....... 28 50 Red Oak ..... . 49 29 Shenandoah ...... 51 45 Corning Cforfeitb . . 2 O Clarinda ....... 26 27 Atlantic ..... . 16 56 Vlllisca. . . 56 54 Diagonal. . . 49 77 Red Oak . . . 58 22 555 565 W 8 L 10 MORE FROSH-SOPHS Back Row: L. to R. Jerry Brown, Elvin Knotts, Jim Dooley. Second Rows Howard Danner, Don Metz In Front: Gene Probasco Bob Sullivan. ' Q - 1 K 1 11.1 EDDIE HARVEY Bos MARQUIS GENE cmm-:LY ORVILLE LINES RANDALL GLICK BILL PAICE BASKETBALL After a fine season's start, the Creston Panther basketball team went into a terrific slump and wound up with a record of 8 wins and 10 losses, In Hawkeye Six conference competition, the Panthers finished in fifth place with 5 wins and 7 losses. They succeeded in defeating Red Oak twice and Shenandoah once. - The highlight of the season was a stunning 29-26 upset win over Abraham Lincoln of Council Qluffs, ranked second in Southwest Iowa. A new record was set when Diagonal ran up a total of 77 points against the Panthers, in their 77-49 conquest of Creston. That ls the highest score ever run up against a Creston team. The deadline cut short the opportunity to include tournament play ln this review. Creston's first tournament opponent was Murray. Seniors on the squad included Rob Harvllle, Bob Hutchings, Jack Harshaw, Bob Jensen, Tom Dougherty, Bill Paige, and Don Mullin. COACH ROY B. MOORE C OACH DON N' CDONALD ix x -W- of FRESHMAN YEAR - 1942-1943 Opening of School, September first High School Dance Homecoming Parade and Game with Shenandoah American Legion Armistice Program and Game Hawkeye Six Football Conference-Second Place All School Play "What A Boy" High School Dance National Honor Society Initiation Mu ic Concert Junior Class Play "Young Adventure" Sectional Basketball Tournament Stunt Night High School Dance P. T. Demonstration Senior Class Play "Incognito" Hawkeye Six Track Meet Valuable Boy and Girl Contest-Carolyn Askey and Ed McCann Junior-Senior Banquet "Night Club-The Panther Room" Baccalaurate Services-Reverend E. E. Lister Senior Class Picnic Red Letter Day-National Honor Initiation Commencement-H. G. Harmon Ph. D., President of Drake University SOPHOMORE YEAR - 1943-1944 Opening of School August 28 Homecoming-Red Oak High School Dance All School Play "Anne of Green Gables" High School Dance Christmas Formal Party Music Program Junior Class Play "Tish" Sectional Basketball Tournament District Basketball Tournament Sub-State Basketball Tournament Stunt Night Band Festival Music Contest Senior Class Play "The Fighting Littles" Valuable Boy and Girl Contest-Mary Ward and John Jones Junior-Senior Banquet--"In Old Mexico" High School Dance Baccalaurate-Reverend E. E. Lister Commencement-Harold Brown, President of Johns-Mans- ville Corporation School Closed, May 18 JUNIOR YEAR - 1944-1945 Opening of School, August 28 High School Dance Homecoming Parade and Game with Clarinda All School Play "Brother Goose" American Legion Armistice Day Program High School Dance Christmas Vacation Junior Class Play "Midnight" Sectional Basketball Tournament District Basketball Tournament Sub-State Basketball Tournament Band Festival Vocal Festival Senior Class Play "Every Family Has One" District Track Meet Valuable Boy and Girl-Bernard Buxton and Ethel McElroy Junior-Senior Banquet "In A Dutch Garden" Baccalaurate Services-Reverend M. E'. Hayes Senior Class Picnic Red Letter Day Commencement-Hugh Rosson, Director of Veteran Af- fairs in State of Oregon SENIOR YEAR - 1945-1946 Opening of School, September 3 High School Dance Homecoming Parade and Game with Corning All School Play "Don't Take My Penny" Music Program Junior Class Play "Seven Keys To Baldpate" Vocal Festival Sectional Basketball Tournament District Basketball Tournament Sub-State Basketball Tournament Band Festival Stunt Night High School Dance Senior Class Play "This Genius Business" Valuable Boy and Girl Contest Junior-Senior Banquet Baccalaurate Services-Rev. M. E. Hayes Senior Class Picnic Red Letter Day Commencement 551144 We, of the senior class of CHS, being of sound mind and body, do write our last will and testament. Joe Alcorn wills his ability to play basketball to Vince Harvey. Floyd Balius hereby bequeaths his exclusive wardrobe to Jim Begg. From Donna Lee Benson to Denny Alcorn goes her bee-utiful golden locks. Juanita Bolton wills her technique of hooking Greenfield boys to Alice Bolton. Louise Boyd wills her Joe Henry to anyone who thinks they can get him, but you'd better not try. To Alma Blair, Bradford Boyer wills his quaint British accent. J' Billie Jane Brown wills her brother's yellow shirt to Betty Bloom. Harlon Brown wills his ability to get his own way about things to Marvin Clark. Jean Buxton's excellent typing score goes to anyone who thinks he can do as well. Bud Hess gets Mary Cagley's height. Iva Calvin wills her number "9's" to Patty Harvey. Carolyn Cass is willing to pass around her map of Greenfield to anyone who is "Worthless" or "Pink", Marge Chalmers wills her ability to yell louder than anyone else to Pat Patterson. To Randall Glick is willed Arthur Chubick's tan sport coat. Carita Clark leaves her quiet ways to Erma Jean McCreary. Doris Rice inherits Venetia Cochrane's "French", Shirley Clayton wills her beautiful brown eyes and engagement ring to Kathryn Trenkle. Shirley Collier wills her cute sailor to Helen Polson, if she can get him. Norma Jean Crago leaves her cheerfulness to anyone who is lucky enough to find it. Bill Cusack wills his ability to get "hep" on those drums to Vince Harvey. Virgil Daniels leaves Jack Baker his shy, bashful manners. Hope it helps. Millie Derauf wills her soprano voice to Virginia Overholtzer. Tommy Dougherty wills his winning smile and blushing ways to Dick Hood. Betty Douglas wills her way to win men to Helen Ernhoff. Ethel Dunkerson wills her ability to go steady with one guy for 3 years to Pat Stickles. Think you can do it? Those familiar giggles of Hallie Ekblad's are willed to "Dusty" Rice. Juanita Norris was chosen to receive Julene Fulton's hate for sailors. LuElla Hansen's big brown eyes are willed to Dorothy Mosman. Janet Harper wills her gallon of peroxide to Dot Blair. Milo Harmon leaves Jim Miller his ability to make baskets for the opponent in homeroom basketball. Paul Kelley is the heir to Juanita Harpin's freckles if he thinks he can find 1'O0m for them. Jack Harshaw Wills his sparkling brown eyes to John Kelley. Bob Harville wills Margie Chalmers to Don Proctor. To Doyle Ratliff goes Shirley Hazen's bright red shirt and blue jeans. To Alice Bolton goes Hope's control over the opposite sex fBob Jensenl. Hear you're having trouble "Swede", To Shirley Lines goes Mary Henry's ability to skate. To "Izzie" Thompson goes Pat Herron's blond hair and light coloring. To Dreda Higginbotham is given Lucille Higgins' figure. Bill Hitchcock wills his ability to raise whiskers to Ed Harvey. Bob Hutchings is going to will his singing voice to Alma Blair. Hutch can sing, no kidding. Bill Imlay, by last will and testament, leaves 12 cases of Pepsi Cola to Don Proctor. Orville Lines gets "Jen's" fBob Jensenj collapsible day bed which has proved very' handy. Oren Jeter leaves Beryl Webb the ability to over-haul washing machine engines. Joanne Jones gives her nickname "Jessie" to its rightful owner, Miss Vanzee. Alberta Keesey wills her ability to get along with people to anyone that thinks they need that little wink of hers. Elizabeth Kelley wills her quiet charming manner to "RED" McCreary. To Jim Wolfe goes Dick Kelly's ability for careful driving. Shirley Kathleen Kelley wills her peroxide curls and pierced ears to Patty Keast' Harold KGPHGT, Wh0 We think is in Sane mind, wills his authority as student manager of football to Doyle Ratlilf. Mabel Kilmer wills her quiet ways to Reva Osborn. Colleen Kirkpatrick wills her freckles to Erma Jean McCreary. Bill Klingensmith's 4 eyes are willed to Pat Partlow. Hear you could use a couple extra. Helen Kloppenburg wills her snake-like figure to Patty McCann. Laurella Lewis' big long eye-lashes are willed to Charmaine Cronin. Maxine Lundy's motto goes to anyone who wants it "Late hou1's are bad for one, but nice for two." Lois Madden wills her ability to get good grades to Carol Martin. Marian Markus wills her art grades to Dick Delaney. Lawrence Martin gives his great oratorical powers to Miss Bergh. To Charles Evans, Helen McCann wills her shyness. ' Mearl McCreary wills his red hair to Mary Lou Keating. Margaret McDonald wills her quiet and bashful ways to the freshman girls. Don Mikkelson leaves his form to Jim Weisshaar. To his little brother Jim, Gene Miller wills his girl, Shirley Mullin. Course Jim is just to keep an eye on her for Gene To Barbara Gamet, Marilyn Molby wills her shy and quiet ways. Leo Walsh falls heir to Vernon Moore's winning ways. Minerva Mowery thinks it's necessary to will her very quiet ways to Marge Brenner. Will Marge use them? Don Mullin gives Pee Wee Boyer his height. All that sailor correspondence of Betty Normarfs is left to Halcyon Strunce. Oral Dean Nelson wills a certain little "Violet" and his careful driving to Gaylord Talent. Pat Oswald leaves to Betty Bender her skating ability. Don Otis leaves his million ghostly faces to Dean Williamson. Bill Paige wills to Ed Harvey his art of playing basketball. Dick Ransom wills his ability to stagger, stumble and fall, and then arise and walk away, to Jack Baker. To sister Hazel, goes Mary Reasland's ability to leave men alone inot counting Cromwell boys of coursel. Carl Riley leaves to Shirley Jeter his steady habits, and that probably isn't all 'I 'I Tony Moses is heir to Lucille Riley's shyness. Dick Hood gets "Jerrie" Rose's Du-Barry and Max Factor make-up kit. We hear you like yours second hand, Dick. Don Schowalter gladly gives Charles Kuhns the task of hauling students to and from school. Bob Shields leaves his old gas buggy to anyone who thinks he can drive it. To Louie Reese goes Martha Spriggs' fear of speeding in cars. Marie Swanson wills her ability to go with out-of-town boys to Kathryn Richardson. To Rosemary Leuck goes the lovable nature of Doris Spurr. Ellen Tevebaugh wills "Cheese" to anyone who thinks they're good enough to get him away from her. Richard Thompson bequeaths his dashing limousine, a model T Ford, to Doyle Ratliff. John Thompson wills his drum to Patty Harvey. Harriet Wagoner leaves what's left of her box of Hart bird seed to Patty Stickles who's quite the canary. To Reva Osburn goes Elizabeth Wirth's beautiful hair. , Vince Harvey has fallen heir to Dorothy Weisshaafs piano playing. Marcella Youngren gives her love for "Swede" to Alice Bolton. iThey've already met? '! ? 'lj 75 YEARS OF PROGRESS Gut Diamond Anniversary Year IN 1873, TWO YEARS AFTER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF OUR BANK, THE FIRST CRESTON HIGH SCHOOL WAS ERECTED AND ORGANIZED. OUR BANK COMMENDS THE EFFORTS OF THE MEN AND VVOMEN DOWN THROUGH THE YEARS FOR THEIR SPLENDID WORK IN DEVELOPING ONE OF THE FINEST PUBLIC SCHOOL SYTEMS IN IOWA. X sums --Fn ml ! -as-FL Member F. D. I. C. TODAY WE CONGRATULATE EVERY MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 1946 OF THE CRESTON HIGH SCHOOL AND THE CRESTON JUNIOR COLLEGE AND WISH FOR EACH A LIFE1 OF SUCCESS AND USEFULNESS, The First National Bank CONGRATULATIONS- SID STRAUSS "QUALITY FOR YEARS" 49' WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' WEARING APPAREL Creston, Iowa. Clothiers "Where Satisfaction Is Certain" CRESTON, IOWA CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! EWCOlVlB'S "THE SAFE DRUG STORE" Creston, Iowa Junior Dresses Play Suits - Slacks Skirts - Sweaters Blouses RECKNOR 8z BEELER Ready-to-Wear HAUSZ-CUSACK AGENCY General Insurance 117 North Maple Street Phone 45 Creston, Io SEE US FOR- REAL Ehs'rA'rE TO BUY OR SELL. INSURANCE for Your Homes, om-S, Et BEECHER INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 252 111 W. Montgome I-IANSONS Drugs - Fountain Creston, Iowa. X TO THE CLASS OF l946 "When the last school bell has sounded And the books are all put avway, And the noise which in halls resounded Has silenced and passed away: When commencement and graduation are memories of yesterday And the souvenirs of another year Are anchored like ships in Memory Bay To lbe sailed when you need their cheer: When the fond good-byes have all been given To the friends you love so well And you think your heart strings must be riven And you're too over-come to tell: fn voul M087 Will you face the future as free men do With confidence in the right? Will you stand four-square for things that are true And 'carry-on' with all your might? Will you keep your faith in things worth-while In spite of the snares in your path, And never permit them to be-guile When they only deserve your wrath? If you can do these things 'til the last bell rings Your school life's a treasure sure And you'll take with a smile what the future brings For your anchor is secure." REDDY KILOWATT 2f.5'1"2!.t5 f5'J32L ye , ' Q REPRESENTING YOUR IOWA SOUTHERN UTILITIETS COMPANY FRIENDS E 2 CONGRATULATIONS is J TO THE GRADUATES - OF 1946 - K 'KLIJ' Q J ., 1 U , GS ' Q 5 K i ss x L LI 3 . 5, ' ir N ' -X 1 Q-55 , if "May Your Every Wish Come True" u f Wii gzi f f is The Way to Successz- if if , LM 1 W , Select the Vocation You Like- 'V be E Work Hard at It, and ,fl A Success Is Yours- ' T f VIIEEEZEEJ x N ns CONGRATULATIONS- Turners For Gifts - Toys Lamps Central States Decorative Accessories Stationery - Cards Gas Company I0 Creston, Iowa Books Electrical Appliances Radios 217 VV. Arla CYGSIUIL QUALITY FOOTWEAR AT Browlfs IIIIIOICIIICII 122 IN Maple Si. Creston I wa PALMS CAFE GOOD FOOD "WHERE CRESTON MEETS TO EAT" J. H. Hamann F. A. Ray Geis ewelry Store WATCHES --- BRACELETS A COMPLETE LINE OF JEWELRY 1 11 1 '12 W. Montg v Phone 721 Creston "A Red Cedar Hope Chest ls the Dream-Come-True Gift for Graduationv? 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Plan Store For Security "Double Duty Dollars" LoTTERER a BLAGG A. M. GLICK FURNITURE oo. CoNGRATULAT1oNs "Refresh fQQ:,, lf!! lr TO THE yours? ' Efggyl f- -f-I N. CLASS OF 1946 J ,X ff lf A. E. WARD Sz CO. l Phone 99 ewgza A 1, TT ANDERSON BROS. WALLPAPER PAINTS, OILS and GLASS HSIGNS!! L 1 n, low CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1946 EDWARDS Sz METZ IHC Farm Equipment Trucks I hum: 566 Creston COMPLIMENTS OF Creston ardware ompany CRESTON, IOWA See the New l946 Chevrolet CARS AND TRUCKS You Put It First in Sales Chevrolet Keeps It First in Value ' Q fCHEVROLETjf . BETTER HOME APPLIANCES TIRE HEADQUARTERS Bendix Home Laundry Kelvinator Electric Refrigerator Kelvinator Home Freeze Cabinets , Kelvinator Electric Ranges Goodrlch Kelvinator Hot Water Heat K - in A, B. C. VVashers e y Spf g eld Servel Refrigerators D3,y't0I1 Leading Brand Gas Ranges Coleman Ileating Equipment J. I. CASE FARM EQUIPMENT Majestic, Sonora and Emerson R d' Ironite Ironers Parts Eureka Vacuum Cleaners Sales Better Brands in Small Appliances . Chevrolet-Motorola Car Radios SGFVICG SEE US FOR BETTER USED CARS-WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT Kerr-Cochran Chevrolet Company Our Store Has Been a Chevrolet Home for Sales and Service for Over 30 Years Same Location COMPLETE SERVICE-GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS MODERN PAINT AND BODY DEPARTMENT Complete Line of Home Appliances LY Complete Line of Radios and Players N TH BIG MODERN F ff' - 07' A I X14 Qnffo Nod D4 WW9Qahefz IIS W MONTGOMERY ST TCL 956 VETTERICK PHARMACY Drugs Fountain Service Creston, Iowa SELF SERVICE RECORD DEPARTMENT Try Us First for Home Needs HOME APPLIANCE CO. II9 W. Adams Phone 484 WALLPAPER PAINTS GLASS KUNATH ' S GIFTS PHILCO RADIOS SL REFRIGERATORS CREST BOOTERY poll.. i,,,.,,, l'Ol.l,-PARROT 521: and STAR. HPAND SHOES R. C. 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