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THE COURT OF
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The dedicaTion OT Bexley's new aquaTorium This aTTernoon, aT which he will preside
wiTh The assisTance oT several luminaries oT The sporT world Trom The class oT '36.
WresTling is ably represenTed by Don l-lamilTon, world's heavyweighT champion.
Ray Teegardin and Bob Bailey, who were insTrumenTal in bringing The world's cham-
pionship To The DeTroiT Tigers Tor The TirsT Time in sixTeen years, are reminiscing wiTh
Neal Cahill and Gene BurgeTT of The Chicago Bears who sTarred in Bexley TooTball
ClemenT Erlenbach. pro aT The Los Angeles SanTa Monica CounTry club, has
made a special Trip here To join The celebraTion.
Special arrangemenTs have been made Tor The aTTernoon wiTh PaTricia ChrisTie's
"PanTrieTTe" To Turnish reTreshmenTs, and she has ouTTiTTed a liTTle Tea shop in a corner
of The lobby here. Miss ChrisTie, by The way, is assisTed in The "PanTrieTTe" by Lillian
Cohen who acTs as dieTiTian.
Phyllis Engler, "Marg" l-layes, and Mary MargeT Brunner are evidenTly discuss-
ing The business oT Their chain oT Trock shops aT a nearby Table: Miss Brunner is Their
Tashion designer and responsible Tor Their chic sTyles, Miss Hayes is Their Paris buyer.
and Miss Engler general manager.
Also "Tea-ed up" are Evelyn Brenning, Eloise Cook, and Mae Bland, who have
apparenTly succeeded in Their New York beauTy salon.
Grace EberT, local milliner, DianTha WolTz, proprieTor oT her own TlorisT shop,
and MargareT Munk, imporTer oT Turs, have TorgoTTen business Tor The aTTernoon and
have ioined The "Tea-ToTalers."
You can probably hear The Tlurry oT exciTemenT caused by The arrival of Gov-
ernor Schneider oT Ohio accompanied by JusTice John Dupre l-lills OT The sTaTe Su-
preme CourT. Two graduaTes, now members of Governor Schneider's cabineT, are in
aTTendance-George ReighT, commissioner oT aeronauTics, and James Barbee. sTaTe
Also in poliTics Trom The class oT '36 are Thomas Boulger, lawyer Tor The C. O.
Walker adverTising agency. who is now conTemplaTing a campaign Tor aTTorney-
general oT Pennsylvania and MarTha Jean l-lickle, running Tor re-elecTion To Congress.
She is here This aTTernoon wiTh her secreTary, DoroThy Macklin.
Miss l-lickle has received subsTanTial supporT Trom Lawrence Essig, poliTical wriTer
Tor The Cleveland "Plain Dealer," here Today wiTh several oT his colleagues: Miss
Jeanne NuTTer who wriTes "For The Four Hundred" Tashion noTes, DoroThy Bachman,
socieTy ediTor oT The "Plain Dealer." and Louise Howell, TeaTure wriTer Tor The Chi-
cago "Daily News." Ted Schmueckle. UniTed Press phoTographer, is camera-ing
Today's celebriTies Tor Tomorrow's papers.
The Tlash oT gold braid and brass buTTons has iusT caughT our eye meaning ThaT
Col. Francis l-liggins oT The U. S. Engineering Corps has arrived. WiTh him is Lyle
Eesley, TacTory manager Tor STudebaker MoTors. BeTTy NeuTzling, incidenTally, is
secreTary To The presidenT oT The same Tirm.
Speaking oT braids and buTTons. we see Miss l-lelen Blose of The "Kabie-Kay
KosTumers" and Marjorie Yunker, who is newly oT Their sTaTF oT designers, discussing The
new Trend in sTage cosTumes as Typified by RuTh Pickering's skeTches Tor W. F. Ar-
noTT's "TuT SuiTe" adverTisemenTs. You will remember Miss Blose's associaTes as
Jeanne Kienzle and MarTha Jane Koch.
Dr. George C. Miller has iusT inTorrned us ThaT Calvin l-lamrick, who was severely
iniured in The coasT-To-coasT moTorcycle races Three weeks ago, is rapidly recovering
under The care oT ElizabeTh Kreachbaum aT The Mayo Clinic. Dr. Miller seT The med-
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FirsT row, IeTT To righT: MarTha Jane Koch. OrIeTa Swaclchamer, ConsTance BryanT, BeTTy WhiTe-
head, Gail Scheibel, Jane Walsh, DianTha WolTz, Elsie SchieTer.
Second row: MarTha Jean Hiclcle, Bob Minor, William SodT, Paul Knies, Tom Boulger, Bolo
STevens, Fahri SilbersTein.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
HERE were TiTTeen members oT The senior class oT I936 selecTed Tor membership
in The Bexley ChapTer oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy This year. The obiecT oT The
organizaTion is: "To creaTe enThusiasm Tor scholarship: To sTimuIaTe a desire To render
service: To promoTe worThy leadership, and To encourage The deveIopmenT of char-
acTer in pupils of Bexley High School."
Membership is based on Tour Things: Scholarship, service, leadership, and char-
acTer. The members are seIecTed Trom The upper Third oT Their class in scholarship,
and TiTTeen per cenT of The senior class may be admiTTed each year.
SENIOR HONOR ROLL
The sTudenTs on The Senior Honor Roll, or The eighTeen sTudenTs who received
an average oT "A" or above in Their Tour years oT high school work, are:
Fahn SilbersTein. . .,
Jane Walsh .....
Elsie SchieTer ....
Gail Scheibel ....
William SodT ......
Paul Knies. ....,.. .
Mai-Tha Jean Hiclcle. .. ..
DianTha Wolfz ...,........,... ...
MarTha Jane Koch .....
BeTTy WhiTehead ..... ...
RoberT LivingsTon.. ...
Virginia Harmon. .. ...
DoroThy Bachman.. ...
Jeanne NuTTer, ..
Helen Fuller., ..
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