Columbus North High School - Log Yearbook (Columbus, IN)

 - Class of 1941

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fin Columbia XLLQ An estimated I0,000 people gath- ered at the Pennsylvania depot last fall to greet Republican presidential nomi- nee, Wendell Willkie, as he made a brief back-platform address in Colum- bus. With notification ceremonies at Elwood and campaign headquarters in neighboring Rushville, Mr. Willkie put Indiana in the political limelight. Mr. Willkie is shown here in his Columbus visit greeting local admirers. Columbus' recent rapid growth, which has given it fourth class city rat- ing with a population of II,738, has necessitated an extensive program of civic improvement. Most costly item CIVIC IMPROVEMENT COSTLIEST MODERN CHURCHXNV WILLKIE VISITS COLUMBUS , 4 X, I S .Q 1,11 was the S250,000 sewer project on which a crew of W.P.A. men are shown working. Highlight of Columbus' greatest building year was the beginning of con- struction work on the new Tabernacle Church of Christ, designed by Europe's most famous architect, Finnish Eliel Saarinen. Described by Time magazine as "the costliest modern church in the world" this 9'p600,000 edifice repre- sents a distinct departure from the tra- ditional Gothic type of church archi- tecture. Most striking feature of the church is the I66 foot tower pictured here. Page fivv

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rt -sy .dn fke Side CALLIN NATIONAL GUARD STATE ELECTION Page G of JOE FRA VENS Indiana citizens realized the far- reaching effects of national conscrip- tion in january when thousands of young men, members of Indiana's na- tional guard, were called for military service. Here at the Union Station in Indianapolis a trainload of guardsmen, bound for Camp Shelby in Mississippi, wave goodbye to friends and relatives. Last fall, in a hotly contested politi- cal campaign, an unusual situation de- veloped when lndiana voters elected a Democratic governor and a Republican lieutenant-governor and legislature. Governor Henry F. Schricker, center, is four NATIONAL DEFENSE IN IND pictured at the opening session of the Indiana General Assembly with Lieu- tenant-Governor Charles M. Dawson, right. With billions being spent by the na- tional government for defense, much of for that pur- Indiana. The the world is Charlestown, one of the the money appropriated pose is being spent in largest powder plant in being constructed at while Indianapolis has world's largest manufacturers of air- plane motors in Allisons. Here is a view of workers in the Allison plant testing a new motor.



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rz in Gofumbm gfiqlz Sckoof ily, is mt ' Mr. Donald DuShane, I o c a I school superintendent. received the teaching professions highest honor last summer when elected president of the National Edu- cation Association. Mr. DuShane is shown above with Dean Henry L. Smith of Indiana University, former N. E. A. president, at a testimonial banquet given in his honor by Columbus citizens, and attended by many noted educators. Last fall, Mr. Otto Hughes, for eleven years a member of the C. H. S. faculty, became the school's new principal. In the center picture Mr. Hughes is shown in his office conferring with senior class president Bob Birk. At impressive ceremonies conducted by the local American Legion Post, the school's new flag pole was ded- icated last fall. Ciuest speaker was Homer Chaillaux, national chairman of the Americanism Committee of the Ameri- can Legion, Below is a view of the daily flag- lowering ceremon-

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