Asheville School - Blue and White Yearbook (Asheville, NC)
- Class of 1942
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THE CLASS OF 1942
dedicates this volume of The Blue and White to
in sincere qratitude for his friendship and in appreciation
of his many contributions to the lite of the School and
the Form. pf! Vai '
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BOARD of TRUSTEES
IUNIUS G. ADAMS ....,,........ Asheville, North Carolina
EDMUND F. BALL, Class oi '23 ............ Muncie, Indiana
HENRY SCRIPPS BOOTH, Class of '18
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
PHILIP L. BOYD, Class of '17 ...... Palm Springs, Calilornia
PHILIP R. CLARKE ......... ....... H insdale, Illinois
BURNHAM S. COLBURN, SR.
Biltmore Forest, North Carolina
JOHN M. CRAWFORD ......... Parkersburg, West Virginia
DAVID R. FALL ,,........ Asheville School, North Carolina
HARVEY S. FIRESTONE, IR.. Class of '16 ...... Akron, Ohio
CHARLES B. GOODSPEED, Class of '04 .... Chicago, Illinois
RALPH W. GWINN .........,....... New York, New York
HENRY HART, Class of 'll .......... Birmingham, Michigan
LEE WILSON HUTCHINS, Class of '14
Grand Rapids, Michigan
RALPH PERKINS, Class of '05 ............. Cleveland, Ohio
REUBEN B. ROBERTSON ........... Canton, North Carolina
W. STARLING S. RODGERS, IR., Class oi '04
New York, New York
HUGH R. SHARP, IR., Class of '29 .... Wilmington, Delaware
A. WEST SHELL, Class of '09 ,... .,.... C incinnati, Ohio
ARNOLD G. STIFEL, Class of 'll ......... Si. Louis, Missouri
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD
IUNIUS G. ADAMS, Chairman
PHILIP R. CLARKE BURNHAM S. COLBURN,
DAVID R. FALL REUBEN B. ROBERTSON
OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION
PHILIP R. CLARKE ...........,,... ,...... P resident
BURNHAM S. COLBURN .,... ...,... V ice-President
HERMAN KLEENE ....... ..... S ecretary-Treasurer
ARTHUR CHASE AMBLER, A.B., M.D. .,.,....., School Physician
MRS. GEORGE IACKSON ,,.., .,... ..,,. H o usemother
MRS. A. A. COFFEY, R.N. ,... ..... R esident Nurse
MRS. I. C. HANNA, R.N. ...............,..,......, Housekeeper
HENRY G. HEEDY, IR. ....... Secretary of the Alumni Association
MISS MABEL CONN ,..., ,... A ssistant to the Business Manager
MISS BETTY SHUFORD .... ....................... S ecretary
MRS. I. H. MANEY ..... ..........,......... S ecretary
R. R. HILTON ...... .... S uperimendent of Buildings
THOMAS BELL ,... ..... S uperintendent of Grounds
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Washington and Lee University
AUGUSTINE A. COFFEY
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H. FREDERICK BORG, A.B., AM. ARTHUR C. BROOKS, B.S., B.D.
Hobart College: Columbia University California Institute of Technoloqv
Union Theloqical Seminary
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Cincinnati Colleqe of Music Yale University
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DONALD LAWRENCE ALEXANDER
Spring Mill and Conshohocken State Road
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Student Council, '40, '41, Class Vice-President, Fall Term, '40,
Spring Term, '41, Class President, Fall Term, '41, Winter Term, '42,
Kit Kat, Tech Club, '4l, Choir, '40, '4l, Class Gift Committee,
'41, Varsity Track, '41, Varsity Crew, '42, Varsity Football, '4l,
Junior Football, '39, Varsity Blue and White, Track, '4l, Varsity
Blue and White, Crew, '42,
Entered from Berkshire School.
To enter Cornell.
ROBERTS SCOTT BLOSSOM
2330 Euclid Heights Boulevard
Cleveland Heights, Ohio
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Mitchell Cabinet, '41, ASI-INOCA, Assistant Editor, 41 42
REVIEW, Assistant Editor, '4l, '42, Dramatic Society, '39 40 41
Cast, "l Want a Policeman", "Bachelor Born", "Outward Bound
Choir, '39, '40, '4l, Intermediate Football, '39, '40, Intermediate
Basketball, '40, '4l.
Entered from Hawken School.
To enter Harvard.
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ASI-INOCA, Photographic Editor, '41, Cast, "Night of lanuary
Sixteenth", Photographic Society, '39, '41, President, '40, Choir,
'40, Glee Club, '40, Varsity Basketball, '39, Varsity Soccer, '40,
'41, Varsity Tennis, '39, '40, '41, Blue and White Basketball, '40,
Blue and White Soccer, '40 Blue and White Tennis, '39, '40, '4l.
Entered from University of Minnesota High School.
To enter Stanford.
IOHN OSCAR BOZELL
96th and Hamey Streets
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Dramatic Society, Cast, "Night of lanuary Sixteenth", Varsity
Soccer Squad '42, Varsity Track Squad, '42, Circulation Manager
Entered from Creighton Preparatory School.
To enter Yale.
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"T. B.", "Bruno"
1500 Lake Shore Drive
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3029 Benvenue Avenue
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EDWARD HAMILTON CHAPPELL
Class Secretary-Treasurer, Fall Term, '42, ASHNOCA, '36, '37,
Assistant Circulation Manaqer, '39, '40, Stage Crew, "The Amaz-
inq Dr. Clitterhouse", Cast, "High Tor", Radio Club, Secretary-
Treasurer, '42, Choir, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, '41, '42, Dance
Committee, '41, '42, Varsity Football Squad, '42, Varsity Soccer
Squad, 39, '40, Varsity Soccer, '42, Varsity Track, '40, '4l, '42,
Blue and White Football, '42, Blue and White Track, '4l.
Entered from Harvard School.
To enter University of Michigan.
Class VicefPresident, Winter Term, '40, Class President, Fall
Term, '41, Kit Kat, Athletic Advisory Committee, '42, Mitchell
Cabinet, '41, '42, Cast, "See My Lawyer", Choir, '41, Dance
Committee, '40, '4l, Varsity Football, '39, '40, '4l, Captain, '42,
Varsity Baseball, '40, '41, '42, Varsity Basketball, '39, '40, '41,
Captain, '42, Varsity Tennis, '38, '39, Iunior Varsity Basketball,
'38, lunior Football, '38, Blue and White Football, '39, Blue and
White Basketball, '39, '40, '42, Blue and White Baseball, '38, '39,
'40, '41, '42, Blue and White Tennis, '38, '39, '40, '41, '42, lunior
Blue and White Track, 40, Varsity Blue and White Track, '41, '42,
lunior Blue and White Soccer, '39, Varsity Blue and White Soccer,
'40, Blue and White Crew, Third Boat, '40, Captain, Blue and
VVhite Varsity Crew, '41, '42.
Entered from Sonoma Valley High School.
To enter University of California.
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ROGER PORTER CONANT HERMAN CONE. IR.
440 Koehlinq Road 806 Country Club Drive
Glencoe, Illinois Greensboro, North Carolina
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Mitchell Cabinet, '41, Blue and White Board, Photographic Varsity Soccer Team, '42, Varsity Crew Squad, '42
Editor, '42, Photographic Society, '40, Varsity Football Squad, '40, Entered from Greensboro High School.
'41, Varsity Basketball Squad, '40, '41, Varsity Basketball, '42, To enter University of North Carolina.
Varsity Baseball, '41, '42, Blue and White Football, '41, Blue and
White Tennis, '41, '42, Blue and White Baseball, '41, '42, Blue and
White Basketball, '42.
Entered from New Trier High School.
To enter Amherst.
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596 Oak Street
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Class President, '38, '39g Iunior Orator, Fall Term, '39, '40g
ASI-INOCA, Circulation Manager, '39, '40, Business Manager, '40,
'41, Managing Editor, '41, '42, Stage Crew, "The Amazing Doctor
Clitterhouse", "Room Service", "High Tor"p Cast, "Whispering in
the Dark", "Bachelor Born"y Choir, '39, 425 Class Gift Committee:
Varsity Crew, '42g lunior Football, '39, lunior Basketball, '39, '4O:
Blue and White, Second Crew, '40, '4lp Iunior Blue and White
Football, '40: Blue and White Debate, Second Speaker, '42.
Entered from Shokie School.
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2193 Harcourt Drive
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Photographic Society, '40, '41, President, '41, '42p
Entered from Green Fields Preparatory School.
To enter Williams.
Tech Club, '42
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1125 Martin Place Ridgeland Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan Greenville, South Carolina
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Tech Club, '41, Choir, '40, Varsity Football Squad, '40, Varsity Choir, '41, '42, Varsity Football, '42, Varsity Track, '42, Blue
Track Squad, '40, Varsity Track, '41, Varsity Crew Squad, '42, and White Basketball, '42, Blue and White Track, '42.
lunior Football, '39, Blue and White Football, '41, Blue and White Entered from Greenville High School.
Skeet Shoot Winner, '41, To enter University of North Carolina.
Entered from University Hiqh School, Ann Arbor.
To enter University oi Michigan.
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Greenville, South Carolina
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Choir, '42, Varsity Football, '42, Varsity Soccer, '42, Varsity
Entered from Greenville l-liqh School.
To enter University oi North Carolina.
FREDERICK 'CROSMAN FITLER. IR.
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Mitchell Cabinet, '4l, '42, ASI-INOCA, Assistant Advertising
Manager, '4l, Stage Crew, "Outward Bound", "I Want a Police-
man", Tech Club, '4l, '42, Varsity Football, '40, '4l, Varsity Base-
ball Squad, '40, '4l, '42, Varsity Crew, '42, Iunior Football Squad,
'39, Intermediate Basketball Squad, '40, Junior Blue and White
Basketball, '40, lunior Blue and White Baseball, '40, '4l, '42,
Blue and White Track, '4l, '42, Winner Blue and White Golf
Entered from Florida Military School.
To enter Dartmouth.
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ANDREW MACKAY GENT HQLMES GREEN, JR,
2519 Orrinqton Avenue 4621 Wenonah
Evanston, Illinois Dallas, Texas
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President, Radio Club, '41, '42g Varsity Soccer Squad, '42, Emered from Highland park Hiqh School-
Entered from Evanston High School. College Undecided.
To enter Wesleyan University.
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19815 North Park Boulevard
Shaker Heights, Ohio
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Student Council, Spring Term, '42g Class President, Spring
Term, '42g Mitchell Cabinet, '427 ASI-INOCA, Reporter, '41, '42,
Choir, '41, '42: Glee Club, '41, '42: Varsity Football Squad, '41,
'42y Varsity Track, '41, '42g Intermediate Basketball, '41, '42, Blue
and White Football, '41, '42: Blue and White intermediate Basket-
ball, '41, '42g Blue and White Track, '41, '42.
Entered from University School, Cleveland.
To enter Yale University.
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DAVID NELSON DUNDAS HEENAN
2311 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, D. C.
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"The Niql-it of Ianuary Sixteenthuq Varsity Soccer, '41, '42y Varsity
Track, '41, '4Zp Blue and White Football, '4lp Blue and White Soc-
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Entered from Stowe School, Enqland,
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"Bob", "Boopsie", "Woops", "Boops"
2105 Devonshire Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Kit Kat, '42, Athletic Advisory Council, '41, '42, Mitchell Cabi-
net, '41, '42, Choir, '39, '40, Varsity Football, '40, '41, Varsity
Basketball, '40, '41, '42, Varsity Soccer, '39, '40, Varsity Baseball,
'39, '40, '41, '42, lunior Football, '38, Captain, '39, lunior Basket-
ball, '38, '39, Varsity Blue and White Basketball, '41, '42, Varsity
Blue and White Baseball, '39, '40, '41, '42, Varsity Blue and White
Soccer, '40, '41, Varsity Blue and White Track, '40, '41, '42, Blue
and White Tennis, '41, '42, Iunior Blue and White Football, '38, '39,
lunior Blue and White Basketball, '39, '40, lunior Blue and White
Soccer, '39, lunior Blue and White Tennis, '39, '40, Captain, '41, '42.
Entered from Ann Arbor High School.
To enter University of Michigan.
LEE MONTGOMERY HUTCHINS. II
111 Lafayette Avenue, N. E.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
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BLUE AND WHITE, Business Manager, '42, ASHNOCA, Asso-
ciate Editor, '41, '42, Choir, '40, '41, Blue and White Debate, Best
Speaker, '41, Blue and White Debate, Alternate, '42.
Entered from Kent Country Day School.
To enter University ot Michigan.
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WILLIAM PARMELEE HYPES WILLIAM ROY IACKSON. IR.
"Bay" "Bill", "Meatba11"
566 Washintqon Avenue 715 Lamar Avenue
Glencoe, Illinois Charlotte, North Carolina
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Student Council, '42, Mitchell Cabinet, Secretary-Treasurer, '42, Choir, '41, '42, Varsity Football, '41, Varsity Track, '42, Blue
Varsity Football, '41, Varsity Basketball, '41, '42, Varsity Baseball, and White Basketball, '42, Blue and White Track, '42: Blue and
'41, Captain, '42, Blue and White Basketball, '41, '42, Blue and While Baseball, '42.
White Baseball, '41, '42. Entered from Greenville 1-liqh School,
Entered from New Trier 1-liqh School. To enter University oi North Carolina.
To enter Princeton University,
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38 Shore Park Road
Harbor Hills, Great Neck, Long lsland, New York
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Photographic Society, Fall '41, Tech Club, '41, '42, Radio Club,
41, '42, Varsity Soccer Squad, '41.
Entered from Lycee Mignet, Aix-en-Provence.
To enter Harvard.
DAVID DOW KETCHUM
231 King Street
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Student Council, '40, '41, '42, Class President, '41, ASHNOCA,
Assistant Circulation Manager, '37, '38, Reporter, '39, '40, Asso-
ciate Editor, '40, '41, Editor-in-Chief, '41, '42, REVIEW, Board, '38,
'39, Associate Editor, '41, '42, Dramatic Society, '39, Secretary,
'40, '41, '42, Stage Crew, "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouseu, "Room
Service", "Whispering in the Dark", "High Tor", "I Want a
Policeman", "Bachelor Born", Varsity Football, '40, Varsity Foot-
ball Squad, '41, Varsity Crew Squad, '40, '41, '42, Iunior Football,
'38, lunior Blue and White Football, '38, Blue and White Second
Crew, '40, Blue and White First Crew, '41, '42, Blue and White
Entered from Derby Academy.
To enter Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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6331 Forest Avenue Tusculum Colleqe
Hammond, Indiana Greenville, Tennessee
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Varsity Football Squad, '41, Varsity Crew, '42g Blue and Cast, "Night oi January Sixteenthug Varsity Football, '41, Varsity
White Football, '4l. Crew, '40, '42,
Entered from Culver Military Academy. To enter Princeton.
To enter Cornell University.
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DONALD WINTERS MERCER. IR.
419 North Michigan Avenue Route 2
Howell, Michigan Prairie View, Illinois
Hntrrfzl Fifth Form lfllffffll Sixth Form
Stage Crew, "See My Lawyer", Photographic Society, '40, '41, Photographic Society, 42, Radio Club, '42, Varsity Soccer, '42,
'42, Tech Club, '41, '42, Choir, '41, '42, Glee Club, '41, '42, Varsity Track, '42.
Varsity Crew, '41, '42, Varsity Blue and White Crew, '41, '42. To enter Princeton.
Entered from Howell High School
To enter University of Michigan,
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EDMUND ASTLEY PRENTIS. III
"Big Ned", "Diamond Horseshoe Prentis", "Prentis"
2 West 67th Street
New York City
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Varsity Football Squad, '40, Varsity Football, '41, Varsity Crew
Entered from ludson School.
To enter Yale.
GUY DEWEY RANDOLPH. IR.
1 Walsh Drive, Hyde Park
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Student Council, Vice-President, First Semester, '42, President,
Second Semester, '42, Class President, Spring Term, '41, Vice-
President, Winter Term, '42, Kit Kat, Secretary, '41, '42, Athletic
Advisory Council, '42, Mitchell Cabinet, '41, '42, Varsity Football
Squad, '40, Varsity Football, '41, Varsity Basketball, '41, '42,
Varsity Baseball, '41, '42, Blue and White Basketball, '41, '42,
Blue and White Baseball, '41, '42, Blue and White Track, '40, '4l,
Blue and White Soccer, '4O.
Entered from Walnut Hills High School.
To enter Northwestern.
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2818 1 P1ke, 711 souih Park Avenue
Knoxville, Tennessee Hinsdale, Illinois
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Student Council, Vice-President, '42g Kit-Kat, '42g Mitchell Cabi- Casil "Niqiii Oi idiiiiaiy Sixieeiiihui Choir' '42i Vaisiii, Fooibaiil
Het- '42f Dramatic Society! '40, '41. President. '42f 516129 Manager' '4lg varsity Basketball, '4Zg varsiiy Baseball, '42p Blue ana While
"See My Lawyer", "Night of January Sixteenthug Varsity Football Baskeibaiil '42: Biiie and Wiiiie Basebaii' '42.
Squad, '4Ig Varsity Crew Manager, '4lg Varsity Crew, '42g Blue Eiiieied fiom Hiifisdaie High Sciiooil
and White Iunior Football, '39, '4Og Blue and White Crew, Second To emei- Comeii Universiiyi
Boat, '4lg Blue and White Crew, First Boat, '42.
Entered from Mrs. Thackston's Private School.
To enter University of Tennessee.
HAROLD DUMONT STEARNS
3980 Cote des Neiqes, Apt. C. 39
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ASHNOCA, Reporter, '40, '4l, Head Columnist, '42y REVIEVV
Board, '39, '4l, Editor-in-Chief, '42, Cast, "Margin for Error", Choir,
'37, '38, '39: Varsity Soccer Squad, '42: Blue and White Debate, '42.
Entered from Evans School.
To enter Columbia University.
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649 Cambridge Boulevard
Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Student Council, '42p Senior Class Vice-President, '42g Kit Katy
BLUE AND WHITE, Sports Editor, '42p ASI-INOCA, Reporter, '4l,
Sports Editor, '4Zg REVIEW, Assistant Circulation Editor, '40, '41,
Circulation Editor, '42g Tech Club, '42g Radio Club, '42g Choir,
'40, '4lg Dance Committee, '4l, '42y Varsity Basketball, '41, '42:
Varsity Track, '41, '42 Varsity Tennis, '39, '40, '41g Intermediate
Basketball, '39y Blue and White Football, '41, Blue and White
Basketball, '41, '42p Blue and White Soccer, '41, Blue and White
Baseball, '4lp Blue and White Track, '4l, '42g Blue and White
Tennis, '39, '40, '41, Blue and White Intermediate Basketball, '39.
Entered from East Grand Rapids High School.
To enter Amherst.
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737 Cambridge Boulevard
Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer, '41, '42, Class Secretary-
Treasurer, Fall Vtfinter Spring, '40 '4l, Vice-President F ll '41
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chell Cabinet, President, '4l, '42, ASHNOCA, Reporter, '39, '40,
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Business Manager, '4l, '42, Choir, '39, '40, '4lg Dance Committee,
'40, '41, '42g Varsity Soccer Squad, '4l, Varsity Track, '4l, Varsity
Basketball Manager, '42, Varsity Crew Squad, '42, lunior Football.
'397 Blue and White Soccer, '4l, Blue and Vtfhite Track, '41, '42.
Entered from East Grand Rapids High School,
To enter University of Michigan.
NORMAN DAVIDSON WEIR, IR.
446 Washington Avenue
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ASI-INOCA, Reporter, '4l, Associate Editor, '4l, '42g REVIEW
Contributing Editor, '4l, Associate Editor, '42y Dramatic Society
4l, 427 Cast, "See My Lawyer", "The Night oi Ianuary Sixteenthwg
Secretary-Treasurer, Photographic Society, '40, Secretary-Treasurer
'4l, '42, Tech Club, '4l, Head, Chemistry Division, '42y Choir
'4l, '42g Varsity Crew Squad, '4l, '42, Blue and White Football, '4l
Entered from New Trier High School,
To enter Princeton University.
PHILIP HUGH DICKINSON
639 South Garfield Avenue
DAVID SANDERS HOWELL
QU Harrison Avenue
Montclair, New lersey
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Lett, Ianuary, 1942, to enter the University of Cliicaqoy Presi- Leit, Ianuary, l942, to enter the University of North Carolina
dent, Student Council: Varsity Footloallq Editor-in-Chief, THE BLUE Editorial Board, THE REVIEW, Varsity Tennis.
AND WHlTE: Assiqnrnent Editor, THE ASHNOCA.
I n thix unhappy year of our Lord
When all light flicker: out ahead,
And drurnf of battle found the beat
For the Jtep of the walking dead.
The lateft part of the foul of man
I: bared to storm-flafh from the Jky,
And down white lightning .vtrikef the brand-
The mark if deep! "Thine hour is nigh."
But not that pledge, nor if it really
That which we are that makex uf Jtrong
To Jtand .fecure in fate'f defpite,
To learn to live well one life long.
It ix to have had, and to hold,
An image of a youthful Jpring,
Wherein we grew, and knew af here
The one, the final, song to sing.
-R obertx Blonom
SATURDAY, IUNE 6.1942
S A L U T A T I O N
IOHN LAWRENCE LIPSCOMB
CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE
I V Y O R A T I O N
IOHN HUTCHISON DARROW
C L A S S P O E T
ROBERTS SCOTT BLOSSOM
RICHARD WALTON STEKETEE
HARRY MONROE TALIAFERRO, IR.
DONALD LAWRENCE ALEXANDER
MORTON ROSE, IR.
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David Crawford lohn Gantt Taylor Hardwick Homer l-larqrave
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William Magee Iames Marshall Elmer Rich Pierre Riolland
Orville Simpson l-larry Straus Tyler Welch Lawrence 'X-'Vidman
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THE BLUE AND WHITE BOARD
Conant Stek t H t h
Dickinson Cnot presentJ -- .... Editor-in-Chief Conant .... ..... P hotoqraphic Editor
Hutchins ....... ....... B usiness Manager Steke-tee --- - ...... Sports Editor
Hardwick Campbell Hendrix Lewis l-leedy Erundaqe Ketchum
Steketee Rose Randolph Taliaferro l-lypes
Guy Randolph President
Morton Rose Vice-President
Monroe Taliaferro, lr. Secretary
The Student Council is the student government organization
of the school and its main purpose is to establish closer con-
nection between the administration and the students. The
council attempts to keep in mind the best interests of the school
in its representation of the students to the faculty and in the
dealing out of just and recommended punishment.
There are three permanent officers heading the council and
it is required that the president be a senior. These officers are
elected by the school at large while the Sixth Form elects three
members, the Fifth Form two, and the Fourth Form one, to
complete the organization. One member is also chosen from
the Third Form by the council.
Henderson D. Alexander Chappell Has-H
Randolph Taliaferro Ste-lcetee
Monroe Taliaferza, lr. President
Guy Randolph Secretary
This society is the oldest organization in the school, having
been founded in 1903 as a debating club. Later, in l933, it was
changed to the schools only honorary society. Boys deemed
Worthy of election are named to the society in the spring of
their fifth form year. Other boys are elected during their senior
year. Election is based on a boy's leadership, influence, and
achievement in the school.
Recently it has been the purpose of the society to help the
new boys become adapted to the ways of the school and make
their friends here.
Carr Hardwick Darrow Heenan Wolf Weir Coke
Rose Mr. Evans Ketchum
THE DRAMATIC SCCIETY
The first play of the year, at Thanksgiving, was "See My Lawyer". David
Crawford, Lewis Branscomb, George Wolff, and Bobby Carr had leading roles.
These were very ably supported by Taylor Hardwick, Oliver Roosevelt, Norman
Weir, and Hugh Dickenson.
No play was held during the winter term, but "The Night of Ianuary l6th"
was presented at the trustee's meeting. This was termed by many the best
performance at the school in several years. The lead roles were played by
David Crawford, Francis Lipscomb, and William Rickenbacker. Outstanding
in the supporting roles were Ned Prentis, Herbert Lewis, Larry Lipscomb, Lowell
Prescott, and George Wolff.
The patient and painstaking efforts of Mr. Evans, ably assisted by Mrs. Kleene,
were noticeable in both productions. Exceptionally good acting and the excel-
lent work of the stage crew under the direction of Mrs. Brooks also contributed
to the season's success. Thanks are also due to Mrs. Iackson for her splendid
costuming and make-ups.
OFFICERS Rose ..... ,.,...... . President
Ketchum . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Mr. Evans .... Faculty Adviser
THE ASHNOCA BOARD
Ketchum ............ Editor-in-Chief
Darrow ..,.,. -- - Managing Editor
Stearns .... -
Steketee - -
V--- Associate Editors
on Head Columnist
--- Sports Editor
Taliaterro ....... Business Manager
Bozell --- -- Circulation Manager
Mr. Evans --- --- Faculty Adviser
Hardwick Steketee Campbell Coke
Ketchum Weir Blossom
THE REVIEW BOARD
Ketchum, Weir -
- - - Editors-in-Chief
--- Associate Editors
- A - , - Sports Editor
--- Business Manager
THE MITCHELL CABINET
Orqanized in i922 to handle the entirety of the school's charity work, the
Mitchell Cabinet is Wholly supported by funds obtained from the Sunday col-
lections and the sale of refreshments at athletic contests. All durinq the year
the cabinet has given aid to the neediest families in the immediate vicinity of
the school. Before Christmas each member, accompanied by a lady cf the
faculty, makes a visit to one of the needy families, and lists of the necessary
requirements are made. Baskets are then filled and distributed to the families.
As usual, a great deal of assistance was afforded by Mrs. laclcson, Mrs.
Bement and the other ladies of the faculty.
Monroe Taliaterro, lr. President
William l-lypes Secretary-Treasurer
Chappell Randolph Heedy Fitler Ecse
Blossom Conant Henderson Hypes 'laliaterro
BLUE 8: WHITE DEBATE
Blossom Darrow Campbell
Mr. Lewis. Chairman
Mr. Lewis L. Lipscomb Sailor llLlli.Illlt1S
On March 7th the eighth annual Blue and White debate was
held before a large audience in the school auditorium. The
Whites, supporting the negative side of the question, "Resolved:
That Russia and China should have equal voice with the United
States and Great Britain at the peace conference following the
present war", won the debate. The peculiar side of the debate
came when the Blues, in spite of losing the debate itself, won
both best speaker awards. The Philip R. Clark prize for best
speaker went to Lee Campbell, with lack Darrow as runner-up.
Mr. William Lewis presided as chairman.
Ba lc Row: Prentis, MH Rich, E., Darrow, Kistler, McPherson, Baumann, Gantt, Finnell,
Wolff Sailor, Shell.
Middle Row: Riolland, Roosevelt, Riulcenbackor, Brown, Ellis, NVni., lavkson, Ellis, W.,
I-leedy Richardson, Crawtord.
T H E C H O I R Front Row: Coke, Tomasseno, Ev-ersman, R., Tapping, Mr. KJ-:h, lvlarsiion, Evorsnian, I.,
Although it was slightly smaller than last year's organization,
this year's choir nevertheless maintained the high standards set
forth by past school choirs. Under the very capable leader-
ship of Mr. Koch the choir exhibited exceptional talent at the
Christmas and Easter services, besides rendering many beauti-
ful anthems at the weekly Sunday services. Solos by Stewart
Sailor, duets by Sailor and lack Darrow, and performances by
the junior choir enhanced many programs.
In February the choir added its ability to a program held in
the Asheville City Auditorium for the benefit of the American
Red Cross. This program was broadcast over Station WWNC.
Fiiolland Richardson Huntington Straus McPherson Bluforcl Mercer McLean l-lall
Green Dewey Weir Marsden
THE PI-IOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
The dark-room facilities ot the Photographic Society were increased greatly
this year. As a result ot the large membership and increased dues, an enlarging
machine and a printing machine were added to the club's stock oi equipment.
Although building materials have been curtailed by government order, the club
hopes to remodel its dark-room in the near future.
No tall contest was held this year, but plans are being made for a spring
contest in which the club's work may be exhibited to the school and its guests
during commencement week.
OFFICERS Dewey ,,,, ,,,..,,,.. P resident
Weir . . . . , , Secretary-Treasurer
THE RADIO CLUB
CQ, CQ, Calling CQ!" 'When the general call was sounded, thirteen boys
formed the Asheville School Radio Club last March. Under the advisorship oi
Mr. l-leedy a room was maintained for the practicing of codes and building
of radio equipment.
Each boy, upon application tor entrance, was required to take a test on the
Morse Code, which he was given one Week to learn. Qn Monday evenings,
Mr. Ezra Mclntosh, of WWNC, instructed the club on the theory and applica-
OFFICERS tions ot radio communications equipment.
G y The club had the use ot a 50 watt transmitter, tour S-l9-R Hallicrafter re-
Prejlm. ceivers, one S-29 portable receiver, two Howard receivers, and one S-27 Halli-
cratter Ultra-High Frequency receiver which covered the "FM" band. With
VK gall-fa 0 this equipment, the boys learned to operate a small station.
M' T951 QU' The Army and Navy needs radio operators and engineers, and these boys
Bwwu have a good background tor such a position.
Hargrave Stelcetee Lee Ketchum Bailey Mercer Hecker Welch larislowlcsky
Cone Gen' Brown Vance
The Tech Society was reorganized this year after several years of inactivity.
Under the direction of Mr. Heedy it undertook to meet the needs of a rather
large group by subdividing its activities into the Various departments in which
the members were interested. In general, the society Worked over chemical
and mechanical problems, and many of the members subsequently supplement-
ed the Work they had been doing by taking advantage of the gas engine and
radio classes that were formed in the winter term.
Ketchum ..,. ......,...........,.., P resident
Howell .... .... C hairman Chemistry Division
Fitler .... H- Chairman Mechanical Division
Wolff .... Chairman Biology Division
SEE MY LAWYER
THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th
The Athletic Advisory Council is made up of the coaching staffs and the
captains of the varsity tearns. lts function is to control athletic policies and to
award the "A" or other insignia to participants in the various school sports. Mr.
Arboqast, as head of the physical traininq department, is the permanent chair-
Coach Arbogast Stimson Chapman Baumann Ketchum Hardwick Lipscomb, F. Carr Coach Brooks
Crawford Conant Sailor Lipscomb, L. Dickinson Howell, C. Straus Widman Alexander, D. Bailey, Manager
'larrison Cwantt Ellis, VV. lackson Captain Chappell Ellis, Wm. Henderson Prentis, E. Hend IX
Bobbinsville High School
Mars Hill College "B" O
Greenville High School 7
Brevard College O
Farm School U
Blue Ridge 16
Canton High School l3
Mars Hill High School U
Christ School O
THE 1941 SEASON
Although faced with an exceptionally formidable schedule
the Blue football team turned back, during the current season,
all opposition to establish an impressive, unblemished record of
nine victories against no defeats. Coupling a powerful aggres-
sive line with a fast, hard-running backfield the Blues formed
a combination that was unbeatable. The plunging of fullback
Chappell and Billy Ellis's quick sprints around either flank
accounted for a considerable proportion of the yardage gained
during the season, while a vaunted passing combination com-
posed of "Bed" Gantt and end Wilbur Ellis added greatly to
the team's success.
Those pillars of strength in the line were, ends Wilbur Ellis
and Bandolphy tackles Straus and Dickinson: guards Harrison
and Prentis, and center lackson. These stalwarts continuously
opened huge holes for the backs, and formed an impregnable
defense. The team was ably supported by the following strong
reserves: Alexander, Howell, Fitler, Ketchum, Lipscomb, Hen-
drix, Sailor, Conant, and Hardwick.
Coach Arboqast Captain Chappell Assistant Coach Brooks
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Brevard College 24 Asheville
Farm School 3l Asheville
Mars Hill College 35 Asheville
Biltmore College 35 Asheville
Farni School 21 Asheville
Christ School ll Asheville
Biltmore College 22 Asheville
Brevard College 27 Asheville
Canton 23 Asheville
Sewanee Military Academy 23
Canton Z7 Asheville
Mars Hill College 43 Asheville
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Charlotte Central High 35
Harding High School 24
Duke Freshmen 54 Asheville lQ
Charlotte Central High Zl
Christ School 20 Asheville 52
Grace High School 22 Asheville 'if
lunior Blue and W'hite Sf 21
lnterniediate Blue and
Vtfhite A 51
Varsity Blue and lilfhtte -if df
Compiling one of the most impressive records
in school history, the basketball squad account-
ed for l5 in l8 scheduled games during its
current season. The Blues supported a free-
scoring offense with a man to man defense
which remained impregnable to most opposing
Steketee and Shell at the forward positions,
Bailey at center, and Gantt and Chappell at the
guards handled the starting assignmentsp these
members being ably backed by Captain Ran-
dolph, Roger Conant, Bob Henderson, Bill
Hypes, Harry Allen, and Clewis Howell. Lead-
ing the Blue offensive attack throughout the
season was lanky pivot man Bill Bailey who
compiled a grand total of 197, closely followed
by Shell and Steketee, who totaled 154 and 153
points respectively. Gantt, a sterling ball-
handler, accounted for 130 points, while Chap-
pell, the Blues guard bulwark, confined himself
almost entirely to the defense, although record-
ing 3l points.
The three defeats can be accredited to Mars
Hill College, Charlotte High School, and the
Duke Freshmen. The Blues gained revenge for
two of these encounters but a second contest
with Duke was not scheduled. Concluding the
season with an impressive victory over Christ
School, age-old rivals, several seniors played
their last game. Those lost by graduation are
Captain Randolph, Chappell, Steketee, Hender-
son, Conant, and Hypes.
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Although only having completed ten games
of the schedule, the Blue baseball team has
given a good account of itself considering the
opposition, winning 5 while losing 5.
The returning lettermen who formed the back-
bone of the team are Conant, Randolph, Hen'
derson, Chappell, and Bill Hypes who was
elected captain of this year's team. Excellent
new prospects included Elmer Rich, Hobart and
Bluford, who made up the outfield. Compos-
ing the Blue hurling staff were Gantt, Shell,
Carroll, and Sailor, who alternated at the pitch-
ing post. ln the infield Bill l-lypes handled the
"hot" corner, Chappell played shortstop, Hen-
derson toolc care of second, Randolph played
first effectively, and Conant handled the catching
Blue Ridge, Sand Hill, Christ School, and
Farm School include the list of the vanquished,
while the Blues were defeated by Canton twice,
Brevard College twice, and Candler.
Carroll Randolph Henderson Chappell Straus Lee
Prentis, M, Conant Magee, W. Magee, H. King, C. Eversman, R, Zukoski Ca ruthers
Coach Lewis Sailor Bluford Rich, E. Captain Hypes Shell Manley Gantt
Brevard College ll
Blue Ridge 7
Candler High School 8
Canton High School 5
Brevard College l8
Canton High School 4
Farm School 4
Sand Hill High School
Christ School 6
Blue Ridge 5
Coach Brooks Roosevelt Brown, Manager Finnell Newell Prescott Howell Coach Arbogast
Bailey Mitchell Griffin, R. McLean Rickenbacker, D. Carr Bozell Coach Koch
Hendrix Hardwick McCulloch Heedy Captain Steketee Ellis, Wm. jackson Heenan Ellis, W. Lipscomb, F. Chapman Mercer Fellows
Allen, R. Richardson Eversman, R.
By winning their opening meets with comparative ease, the Blue track team
demonstrated that they had the makings of a powerful squad. Aided greatly
by newly uncovered talent, combined with the return of four lettermen, head
coach "Hop" Arbogast and Mr. Brooks rapidly developed the team into a win-
Specializing in the distance runs were Wilbur Ellis and Dave Heenan, who
ian the 440 and 830, and mile respectively, while brother Billy Ellis ably handled
tlie dashes, Bill Heedy on the hurdles, Bill Bailey on the high jump, javalin, and
discus, Wilbur Ellis a capable broad jumper, Clewis Howell and Taylor Hard-
wick in the field events, and Dick Steketee on the pole-vault, shot-put, and
high jump, rounded out a well-balanced squad.
The Blues annexed their initial win of the season by defeating a strong
Greenville team 66 to 56. This was closely followed by a victory over Brevard
College, which the Blues won in easy fashion 7992 to 42V2. Three additional
meets have been scheduled, one a quadrangular, and Asheville is confidently
looking forward to victories which would give them an undefeated season.
Talialerrc Mercer Roos:
S C H E D U L E
Asheville 66 Greenville High School 56
Asheville 7912 Brevard Colleqe 4212
Quadrariqular Meet Asheville, Zncl place Mars l-lill College, lst place
Zukoski Follows Hendrix Burnham Mercer Bluford Bich, K. Brown, Manager
Cari Birli, E. l-luiitington Ellis, Wm. Captain l-leenan Roosevelt Prentis, M. Cone
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Greatly handicapped by bad weather and snow flurries, the soccer team,
under the guidance of Mr. Borg, lost one game and tied a second in their two
scheduled contests. The team consisted of Captain Dave Heenan, and Elmer
Rich wings, insides Zukowski and Roosevelt, center Billy Ellis, halfbacks Mercer,
Burnham, Fellows and Huntington, fullbacks Bluford and Mort Prentis, and
goalie Bobby Carr. lt would be exceedingly difficult to single out any out-
standing individual, although special mention can be afforded to Dave Heenan,
Billy Ellis, Elmer Bich and Dave Bluford who played very well during the current
season. Seniors l-leenan, Ellis, Mercer and Bluford, who are graduating this
year, will be heavily missed by next year's squad.
Venturing to Chattanooga, the Blues were defeated in their first contest by
a powerful McCallie aggregation 4 to 2. The game was played on extremely
1 X muddy turf and little progress was made by either team until early in the
W ff' I second half. Challenging McCallie in a return match, the Blues partially recov-
' ,' ered their lost prestige by battling the over-rated opposition to a 4 to 4 deadlock.
' if A The Blues, led by Captain Heenan, grabbed an early lead and completely
VW :dominated the play in the first half. Considering a 4 to l lead comparatively
V' ' safe the Blues weakened considerably in the second half and allowed McCallie
r to ties the score, and the game ended in a deadlock, neither team threatening
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Although handicapped by bad weather, the crew, under the tutorship of
P. G. Coffey, practiced diligently and whipped itself into a formidable eight.
This year the crew participated in two races, doing remarkably well against
the stiffest sort of opposition. Although losing to Tampa College by two lengths,
they regained their prestige by soundly trouncing the Rollins crew by five
The following members composed the first eight: Crawford, stroke: L. Lip-
scomb, 75 Alexander, 65 Wolff, 5, Lanrnan, 45 McPherson, 3, Widman, 23 and
Rose, bow. The position of coxswain was capably held by Patterson. With no
more scheduled races, the school now anxiously awaits the results of the
Blue and White races.
TO BE PLAYED
EVENTS POINTS NON BY BLUES WON BY WHITES
Varsity Football .,,,,,
Varsity Basketball .,,,,,
Intermediate Basketball , ,,
lunior Basketball ......,
Best Speaker .,
lunior Track ,,
lunior Tennis Singles .
Golf ...,, ,,,,,,,,
Second , , ,
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Senior high point winner
Iunior high point winner
Skeet Shoot ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Coarli Lewis MuLean Rich, K. Zukoski le-anneret Newell Danqler Wolfson
Heywood Davidson Hallowell King, C, Carruthers Captain Roosevelt Coke Griffin, I. Cramer Eve-rsrnan, B.
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Flat Rock, N. C.
Robert Allston Eversman
lames Hoban Alexander Fla, Rock, N, C.
' 1523 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D. C. David Aitken Fellows Ir
Han-Y William Allen, Ir- 915 Woodside Drive, Flint, Michigan
811 Cadillac Drive, S. E., Grand Rapids, Michigan Michael Hartman Finnell
1103 Armada Drive, Pasadena, California
2329 Pioneer Road, Evanston, Illinois lOhI'1 Wing Gantt
Robert See Allen
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Luther William Bailey el Y Od Yommq lo
253 West Broadway, Winona, Minnesota Iohn Shephard GSH
144 Hancock Street, Auburndale, Massachusetts
Carl Alfred Baumann' d 1 Ro d A h ,H N C Richard Hamilton Griffin
ae a ' S ew e' ' ' 8 White Oak Road, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore, N. C.
Harold Cortlandt Bishop, lr. I I James Arthur Griffin
ECHO Brock' Gfeenwlchf Cofmectlcuf a white oak Road, Biltmore Forest, Bmmare, N. c.
Cole Graves Brundaqe William Bartlett Hall
Tryon, N. C. 9 Garden Place, Cincinnati, Ohio
Hubert Burnham, lr. Henry Paul Hallowell, lr.
200 Burnham Place, Evanston, Illinois 4376 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana
Lee Hicks Campbell TaYlOf Hardwick
Short Hills, New Iersey Gynedcl Valley, Pennsylvania
Eugene Morrison Carr, Ir. Homer PGBTSOH HGTQTGVG, lf.
10 Greenwood Road, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore, N. C. 1320 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois
Frank Iamison Carroll Datfid CTO'-159 Hart ' A
1550 Tower Road, Winnetka, Illinois Wlnshlp Road- New Hartford, N- Y-
Thomas Hetherinqton Carruthers, IV l0l'11'1 Edward Rollins HGYGS
Glendale, Ohio 54 Ridge Road, Lyman, South Carolina
Robert Hett Chapman, Ir. Thomas Hecker
1049 Otis Boulevard, Spartanburg, S. C. 93 Moran Road, Grosse Pointe, Michigan
lames Gutherie Coke, III Leonard Milton Hendrix
Auburn, Kentucky Estill, South Carolina
Corwith Cramer, lr. Harvey Merrick Heywood, Ir.
61 Stone Gate Road, Lake Forest, Illinois 28 Cedarclitf Road, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore, C.
David Moore Crawford Alonzo Charles Clewis Howell
1701 Washington Avenue, Parkersburg, West Virginia 2509 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida
Don Cottingham Danqler Robert Dinsmore Huntington, Ir.
Waite Hill, Willoughby, Ohio El Brillo Way, Palm Beach, Florida
William Robert Davidson Harry Wheelock King Ieanneret
Madison, Indiana 475 Io-Al-Ca Avenue, Winter Park, Florida
Ezra Brock Ely Charles Gregory King, Ir.
400 East 59th Street, New York, N. Y. Pinery Farms, Mentor, Ohio
Edward Daniel King, Ir.
877 Hutchins Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
"Lone Pine", Morganton, N. C.
Warren Williams Lee
Apartment A-1, Longchamps Apartments, Asheville, N. C.
lames Allison Leininger
25 Locust Lane, Bronxville, New York
Herbert Reed Lewis, Ir.
36 Brunswick Street, Rochester, New York
Iohn Lawrence Lipscomb
Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee
Francis Corrie Lipscomb
Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee
Robert Gordon Lorndale
3240 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois
Iohn Howard McCulloch
538 Woodlawn Avenue, Beckley, West Virginia
2400 Butte Avenue, Duluth, Minnesota
William Cornell Magee
289 West Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, New lersey
Hugh Fairly Magee, Ir.
289 West Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, New Iersey
Russell Ambler Maguire
Buckiield Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut
Hobart Leslie Manley, Ir.
330 Washington Avenue, Savannah, Georgia
Raymond House, Old Augertuck Road, Norwalk, Connecticut
lames Waller Marshall, Ir.
674 Prospect Avenue, Winnetka, Illinois
Iames Hunter Mitchell
85 St. Dunstans Road, Asheville, N. C.
Charles Otis Newell
Cottage Hill Farm, Willoughby Ohio
George Washington Patterson, V
278 Rivard Boulevard, Grosse Pointe, Michigan
Morton MacNutt Prentis, Ir.
112 Elmhurst Road, Baltimore, Maryland
Lowell Edward Prescott
439 East Sixth Street, Hinsdale, Illinois
Veme Rhoades, Ir.
456 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville, N. C.
Elmer Rich, Ir.
6100 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
Kenneth Iames Rich
6100 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
Robert Ramsey Richardson, Il
Richwood Farms, Muhlhauser Road, Glendale, Ohio
David Edward Rickenbacker
130 East End Avenue, New York, N. Y.
William Frost Rickenbacker
130 East End Avenue. New York, N. Y.
Oliver Wolcott Roosevelt, Ir.
171 Ocean Avenue, Woodmere, Long Island, N. Y.
Edward William Schoenheit, Ir.
25 Eastwood Road, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore, N. C.
Richard Chatterton Shell
15 Reilly Road, Wyoming, Ohio
Orville Simpson, II
1514 Groesbeck Avenue, College Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio
George David Stitel
9750 Ladue and Warson Roads, St. Louis, Missouri
Douglas Ioseph Stimson
The Highlands, Seattle, Washington
Harry Hessman Straus, lr.
407 Vanderbilt Road, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore, N. C.
Theodore Hawley Tapping, lr.
2112 Devonshire Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan
lohn Shaw Tomassene
Hazlett Court, Wheeling, West Virginia
Robert Raschig Vance, Ir.
2530 Innis Road, Columbus, Ohio
Earl Tyler Welch
210 N. Sth Street, Wilmington, N. C.
Iohn Lawrence Widman, Ir.
33 Forest Road, Biltmore, N. C.
George Thomas Wolff
B05 Magnolia Street, Greensboro, N. C.
Louis Wolfson, ll
5455 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
Charles Frederick Zuslcoski, Ill
3715 Old Leeds Road, Birmingham, Alabama
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gomfagmenfd of Compgmenlfd of
Mr. Eugene F. Steketee A Friend
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Guy D. Randolph
New England Mutual Life
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HE change from peacetime
production to war production at
Firestone has been a smooth
transition. Here are a few
examples of how peacetime
machinery and equipment are
being used to produce essential
Tire vulcanizing equipment is
now being used to cure bullet-
sealing fuel and oil tanks for
Rubberized fabric facilities are
now being used to build barrage
Machine shop for making
molds furnished the labor and
tools needed for making anti-
aircraft gun mounts and carriages.
Vulcanizing equipment, built
for huge earth-mover tires, is used
to cure tires for bombers.
Experience in metal stampings
is now used to turn out metallic
belt links for machine gun
Equipment used for making
metal beverage containers is now
used to make oxygen tanks.
Experience in making rail tie
plates is used to make tracks for
fbi X3 ,K Listen to the Voice of Firextane u-irb Richard Crooks,
-f A i m X- X Alargarft Slllhflki and the lwrvxrorlv S-Tl!11IlJ07ljf
. ' Orrbestra, umler the direction of . I Ured Ilmullwlsteirl,
f Momluy evenings, over N. B, C. Rvrl Network
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Mr. Norman D. Weir A Friend
C0lfVL,96l'l'LEl1,f5 of 60l'l'L!9Al'l'L9VLfZf of
A Friend Mr. Kenneth ll. Ketchum
Ileep In lhe Heart of Arizona
Students of Asheville School and their
families have enjoyed vacations at these
Western Ranches. Cpmfggmgnfg 0
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SODA SPRINGS RANCH
Rimrock, Arizona 7
COYOTE BASIN RANCH
Mormon Lake, Arizona
Same family ownership since 1878.
Restricted Clientele one of Cardinals
Write for Folder
VIRGINIA LOWDERMILK, Owner
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RUE handicraft from workers in
the mountain area is displayed along
with fine weaving done here on our
own looms. lt you cannot visit us.
We will be glad to send you our
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5 miles south of Asheville.
Opposite Biltmore Forest.
To Haw Ha1z141'.'
U one who has never heforc
tasted SCIIRAFI-'T,S Chocolates.
ezicli piece is an delightful surprise.
'lllie rnztgic of their goodness is in
the blending: of the linest materials
in exactly the rigllt proportions to
insure the utmost in line flavor
On Sale at
Good Candy Places
60c to 51.60 a Pound
Morgan Brothers, Inc.
ASHEVILLE. N. c.
Cleaners and Dyers
36 Central Avenue
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Phone 138 or 49
Heated Cars Comfortable Cars
SIIIITHHIN PAPER PRIIIIIICTS
Wholesale Paper Products MFL O ,PERS fm. E VER Y
OC CAS! ON "
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ASHEVILLE NORTH CAROLINA 5 PAGE AVENUE
SPENCER, WHITE 8:
GREENSBORO NORTH CAROLINA
This large warehouse is filled to over-flowing with saleable merchandise,
efficiently arranged to fill promptly and completely the orders from Michigan
druqgists. Seasonable and newest sundry items are displayed in the sundry
show room on the second floor.
Hazeltine CS Perkins Drug Co. has faithfully extended complete and depend-
able wholesale drug service to the druggists of Michigan for SIXTY-NINE years.
HAZHII E ll PERKI S Illlllll 00.
iSf1m'e1zf.v mm' Farulrv of
For the privilege of serving you
during the past year and for the
many happy business relations
this service has occasioned, we
wish to extend our grateful ap-
We trust we may serve you again
when school reconvenes
Duplicate photographs are avail-
able at all times.
Po rlrait-S 04:0
Studio in the Arcade
Ea! MAJAM fo fire
Cfaaa of 1942
Wyr. 1945419 Cya'-Ae
OR years, we at Biltmore Press
have been privileged to work with you of Asheville School. Always
have these associations been most pleasant. We thank you for the
opportunity . . . and add our very good wishes for happiness and
success as your future unfolds.
The Men at
The A Store
22 Patton .4t'enue Arlzeriillf, N. C.
. . . appreciative of your friendship . . . and cordially
interested in your scholastic success now and business
success in the years to come . . . send best Wishes
to all . . .
The IWW 0
Creator of Reasonable
Edwards Brothers 0
Inc' Whitman's, Martha Washinqton, Norris,
i Parker Pens - Pencils - Desk Sets
Pubhshers Exquisite Perfumes
and Caron's - Coty's - Germey - Eveninq
Ll.thOpIlI1'leIS ln Paris - Shalimar - Guerlain
ANN Aaaoa, MICHIGAN MEET YOUR FRIENDS
Volume 33 of the BLUE AND WHITE takes its place beside
its thirty-two predecessors - a long, unbroken line of
Asheville School Yearbooks.
We hope that this volume measures up to the traditional
quality of the BLUE AND WHITE and to the high standards
ot the School.
lt has been a pleasure to work with the Staff and the
Faculty Adviser in its desiqn and production.
we Wir prinfing Company
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