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Page 53 text:
LAST ROW, left to right: Bob Whitffhead. Bob Olpp. Jim Conley, Bob Alderman. Bud Frosh, Don Hengst,
John Pierce, Bud Bangert, Mary Bringardner.
SIXTH ROW: Jean Metzger. Bob Kronenoitter. Bob Otstot, Ray Ferbrache, Dick Dorst, Joan Beard,
Gloria Woods, Mary Neal, Phyllis Smith. Bruce McClure.
FIFTH ROW: Max Bruclc. Ned Jones, Gloria Simonson. Vella Mae VanMatre. Dick Greenberg, Barbara
Jones. Harriett Stoker. jo Ann Schorr. Barbara Thompson. Evelyn Thompson. Mary Corbett.
FOURTH ROW: Betty Bauman, Barbara Babbitt, Marilyn jaynes, Betty Leiendecker, Kaylette Smith,
Gloria Maybrook. Rosemond Merriwether. Helen Hoyer, Pat Mitchell, ,lane Baldwin. Alene Pryor, Barbara
Cadet. Rosemary O'Donnell.
THIRD ROW: Connie Palmer, Barbara Meyer. Louise Mark, Margie Reinert. Mary Shannon, Susan Schu-
macher, Peggy Ridgely. Elizabeth Coffman. Julia Brand. Joanne Davis. Betsy Townsend.
SECOND ROW: Bennette Stein. Janet Helpbringer, Clarine Collins. Betty Cramer. Helen Dunn. Patsy
Tully. Alice Schacht. Patsy Harris, Marilyn Soliday, Lois Frumkin. Eileen Keller.
FIRST ROW: Doris Stone. Margie Hausman. Dorothy jones. Mary Louise Nagle. Mary Coakley, Joan
Thoman, Betty Howard, Jean Hamrick, Lois Mickey, Doris Mickey, Ethel Clinch, Marguerite Barnes.
ITH the largest membership in its five-year history, the Dramatics Club
has had the active participation of many juniors and seniors during
the past year. Chief among its activities has been the presentation of
many plays which were acted and produced by members. Several of these were
student written. The main part of the work of the club has been carried on
through five committees which were organized early in the year and were listed
under the following classifications: social, program, plays, make-up, and play
Each year the Dramatics Club uses the extra money in its treasury to buy a
gift for the club which will be useful and beneficial to the dramatics classes. This
year the club donated the new dressing table and bench and the costume rack.
OFFICERS FOR 1941- 1942
President W , W, W W, W W W W ,W ,John Pierce
Vice Presidente W W WW WWW, WW W Betty Cramer
SecretaryW W , W W, W W ,,,,,, W WWPhyllis Smith
Treasurer W , W WW WW W , aaaca -..W .W ,Sue Schumacher
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LAST ROW, left to right: Frances Conner, Mary Hullinger, Connie Palmer, Sara Jane Parent, Julianne
Lindsey, Beverly Dring, Joann Crawford, Vella May Van Matre, Aleen Darby. Eileen Keller.
FOURTH ROW: Lotta Phillips, Beverly Miller. Mary Isabel, Betty Elsass. Dorothy Jones, Lois Jackson,
Virginia DeVoe, Alma Held, Emily Brothers, Barbara Thompson, Evelyn Thompson.
THIRD ROW: Helen Clark. Helen Hoyer, Ruth Freundlich, Patti Ruoff, Jean Horn, Connie Crurnley,
Barbara Hutchinson, Beatrice Luclcoff, Ann Tarrier, Joanne Jones, Sharon Krieger, Mary Jane Eidson,
Mary Anne Morgan.
SECOND ROW: Mary Stuart Shannon, Marjorie Reinert, Joyce Skeen, Marian Lieverman, Mary Pfanz,
Carroll Porter, Martha Pfanz, Lois Pfanz, Patricia Quecke, Helen Barrows, Betty Bennett, Gerry Champ,
Ellen Clodfelter, Jolly Davis.
FIRST ROW: Ellen B er, Ethel Clinch, Barbara Babbitt, Mary Coalcley, Clarine Collins, Jane Baldwin,
Miss Lucille Perry, Pat Tully, Jean Hamrick. Nancy Amos, Betsy Townsend, Lorna Blumenschein, Helene
Girl ' Athletic Club
N THESE days when physical fitness is of such importance to our country,
the Girls, Athletic Club talces on new importance. Organized for the purpose
of stimulating interest in athletics among the girls of the high school, the
Girls, Athletic Club accomplishes this aim by awarding a Bexley 'QBW after a total
of 500 points is attained. These points are earned by participation in certain
While the organization did not go in for Intramural sports this year, ample
activity was provided by such events as a skating party, swimming party. and
The club had one guest speaker, Bud Tracy. who spoke to the girls on the
fundamentals of good badminton.
Officers for 1941-1942:
President ,wc , , ,t ,L tt ,, c , ,, t, , ,Pat Tully
Vice President 7 tt t, ,, , L ,Wan t ,,,,Jean Hamriclc
Secretary-Treasurer t , , , , ,t , an tc W tn, , t ,Marilyn Cole
Faculty Adviser W c c , t, ,,Miss Lucile Perry
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LAST ROW, left to right: Bruce McClure, Bob Otstot, Janet Helpbringer, Susan Schu-
macher, Mary Hullinger, Mary Haney, Connie Palmer, Ruth Anne Woltz, Marilyn Brand.
SECOND ROW: Margie Elwood, Marian Clocifelter, Pat Mitchell, Marilyn Jaynes, Mary
Louise Herrel, Barbara Cadot, Arlene Shea, Sara Jane Oliver, Sue Duboc.
FIRST ROW: Alice Schacht, Barbara Jones, Jane Baldwin, Elizabeth Coffman, Helen Hoyer,
Julia Brancl, Ralph M. Howell fadviserl, Alene Pryor, Rita Cahill, Patsy Harris.
Le Carole Francgai
ES clubs constituent une partie essentielle de notre vie scolaire. Le
Cercle Francais a ete une source d'instruction et de divertissement
pour les eleves enthousiastes. Le francais n'est pas une langue
seulement academique-c'est une langue vivante dont les racines et les
fleurs couvrent le monde entier. C'est ici qu'on trouve la fonction du
cercle francais, qui a pour but d'harmoniser la vie scolaire avec la vie de
tous les jours.
Dans les seances on presente des pieces de theatre, des chansons
francaises, des jeux, et des films. De temps en temps nous sommes assez
heureux d'avoir comme h6te des Francais ou des Francaises qui nous
parlent au sujet soit des coutumes soit de la litterature ou de la civiliza-
tion de la France. C'est bien vrai que les membres du club prennent
plaisir at assister au reunion de tous les mois.
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