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Page 48 text:
BACK ROW, left to right: Peretz Jacobson, Sidney Tyroler, Dick Greenberg, Charles Rogers,
Dick Dorst, Bob Otstot, Charles Salt, Charles Beck, John Pierce.
FIRST ROW: Alene Pryor, Alice Schacht, Lois Frumlcin, Marjorie Reinert, Patricia Mitchell,
Sue Schumacher, Marguerite Barnes, Elizabeth Coffman, Mary Corbett.
ational Honor ouiet
EXLEY HIGH SCHOOL may bestow many honors upon deserving students,
but one of the highest is membership in the National Honor Society. The
four requisites on which membership in this club is based are scholarship,
service, leadership, and character. The object of the organization is uto create
enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote
worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils of
Bexley High Schooln The members are selected from the upper third of the
class in scholarship, and only fifteen per cent of the senior class may be admitted
each year. This year eighteen seniors, excelling in the four basic points of qualifi-
cation, have been selected for admission to the organization.
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LAST ROW, left to right: William Webb, John Ramey, Martin Mendlowitz, Gene Ealy,
Charles Vanderlip, Bud Leupold.
THIRD ROW: Carel Cadet, Gordon Bolon, Jim Lewis, Henry Burch, Ted Miller, Jim
Johnson, Bob Cole, Lawrence Hatfield, Bill Hansberger.
SECOND ROW: Eugene Polster, John Jones, Bob Otstot, Morton Ginsburg, Charles Turner,
John Pilcher, Jack Nloody, Frank Jean, Bob Macklin, Weldon Kefauver, Tom Davis,
FIRST ROW: Lou Sheaf, Director John Hessler, August Lombardo, Billie Eisele.
HE Bexley High School Band forms an integral part of our school life and
therefore, in the eyes of the 1942 Bexleo staff, deserves the same recognition
extended to any other branch of school activity. For this reason we are giv-
ing to this organization the place in our annual it so fully deserves.
The band has for years been an indispensable part of our rooting section at
football games. Who could imagine a game without the band to play "Onward
Bexleya' and '!Alma Mater Bexleyf, and to provide a spectacle of marching and
formation worlc at the half?
An equally fine service of our band is its annual concert. This year,s concert
took place April 29, playing to a large and enthusiastic audience.
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LAST ROW, left to right: Marguerite Barnes, Marjorie Reinert, Alene Pryor, Elizabeth
Coffman, Mary Corbett, Janet Helpbringer, Lois Frumkin, Alice Schacht, Barbara Babbitt.
SECOND ROW: Diclc Dorst, Dick Greenberg.
FIRST ROW: John Pierce, Bob Otstot, David Bolon, Charles Rogers, Charles Salt.
Quill and Uroll
NE of the highest honors conferred on Bexley students is admittance to
Quill and Scroll, International Honorary Society for High School Journal-
ists. To be eligible for this honor, students must have made an outstand-
ing contribution to journalism in business, art, or literary worlc. The prospective
members are required to have served two years on the Torch staff, or one year
on the Torch staff and Bexleo staffg and all must display journalistic ability by
All students fulfilling these requirements are recommended by Miss Geist
and Mr. Idowell, Torch and Bexleo advisers. A sample of each stuclentvs writing
which has appeared in the Torch is then sent to the executive secretary of the
national chapter for approval.
A Quill and Scroll chapter was chartered in Bexley High School two years
ago. Initiation for the members of this year,s class will be held on April 30 with
last year's members officiating.
The Quill and Scroll members of 1942 sincerely hope that the future journal-
ists of Bexley will strive to uphold the established high ideals.
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