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Row l Seatetlr M. Diemer. R. Denarie. Stier, Mrs. Kroner.
Xlis. lkailev. M. l'leiller. Miss Lucchese. N, Rhoades, I. Andrews.
I. lierlolatusi Row 1: U. Dt-Simone. J. Artis. M. Robbins. K. Fischer.
li Orsenigo. Dr. Stewart. A. Marano. Ii. Atlinaro, G. Orsenigo, M.
Krppel. M. lireetlman. lf Sevlwolil, l'. Donovan.
You may once have taken apart a Swiss watch and ob-
served with amazement the precise accuracy of each part.
The PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE, which is an ad-
visory body for the school's publications+the Maroon and
White. the Handbook, the Hi-News, etc-functions with
the same pattern of efuciency. This committee, headed
bv Miss Brower. consists of six or seven members with
llTlNlIll4 JYIIUN tlloltonil
N. litciour. Xl. lleicligott, J. fferchiara. .l. Weller. li. James,
Miss ltivix. :X ltctione li. Scauuell. B. Neuner. l.. Miller.
Seated: D. Shaw, R. llovey. Fl. Byers. P. llrown. Ki. Meismer
C, McKean: Standing: Miss Brower, XV. XVhite.
impartial interests. who consent to changes and approve
policies suggested by the various publications.
Service men are on the march. not on the held. but
on a list posted in front of the office. The SERVICE
MEN'S COMMITTEE. headed last term by Anne
Liccione, and this term by Margaret Reichgott. collected
the names of all men and women in the armed forces.
The names are compiled alphabetically on Davis' Honor
Roll. Each week a different member searches through
newspapers and letters to Gnd more Davis alumni who
are serving their country.
XVe who are still in school cannot forget for a moment
those who are fighting and sacrilicing their lives in the
pursuit of freedom throughout the world.
Someone once said that if Mohammed wouldn't go to
the mountain. the mountain would come to him. XVell.
Mount Vernon's boys and girls in service can't very well
visit Davis at present, but Davis has found a way to drop
in on each and every one of them. This miraculous feat
is accomplished through the medium of the Hilltop's
"NEWS LETTER." an enlightening and entertaining
paper published each month by Mrs. Bailey and a hard-
working student committee. The News Letter contains all
the well-known "Davis Doin's" as well as news about
the boys and girls in the armed forces. Soldiers on leave
visit Mrs. Bailey and commend the letter for the grand
job it is doing in lifting the boys' morale. Through it.
many friendships have been renewed. for it often lists the
camp addresses of the fellows and girls.
"There's no place like home", it's true. but news
about' home always brings that place close. And the Davis
News Letter is doing just that-it is bringing Mount Ver-
non into the heart of every hometown soldier, sailor, and