George Mason High School - Mustang Yearbook (Falls Church, VA)

 - Class of 1928

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MRS HENRY RANSOM Asszstant Prmczpal i 12 MR W H THOMAS Principal K fx U x -.,.,: ,.- ifwrfbw ""iWr uw' QAM Qyczcufi X iw xii Nkm if I ,- Q E Q ax gi FE' , .Wei Ry x gj I f f N.. 2 f X 'rf J' . ,Xl - x ICR im 4 I il 7 X O1 LL 111 111 Joumll ss s IIOWI 11 CGI ORS Dczzsu ll hr! and lc on IXICUIIXI Ollli 9 Ireszclent Ll P11 115 l Ice Praszzhrzl SLCFQIGFU DORQTH1 XVIXSTON R031 R1 UTTFRBACR Trecmurer Oxx EN K1 H9 LITER RRS Ol FICIQRS Valedzctorzcm Hzsiorzan Gzftorzcm Testator Prophet Poetess 51' 16 Dorothy XXVVIHSIOD James Broaddus Ruth X amey Rachel Komur Ou an Keys Elm XVallace ggxxfl O T A J v gw xx J 1, ,1- 1l 'TO NO ' " '1 111 1'Q.'.'1'c1, ' 'fll l,'2i"'2 3:fER1 1 ,Q 1 - PA 5 F12 '11.1.x 1' , 1 x , Salufatoriun , , W , ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, Virginia Allen in U 77777 YY YYY Y 777777 Y YYY YV YYY Y V Y Y c Q l,g1 5, 6 'Xirl' 5 5 S' 'l g m 011g 5 Of Nineteen lluenty Eight Paul PILTERSILI-X fjwff ffjyfvff kJ,4ff .X lf! 4 160 lresxdtnt Class Z8 f"' Prcsrdcnt Gunston lnterarx Sotletfh 8 W, N :ce Pres dent C M l ettcr Club 8 Xiu. Presrdent Gunston llterarx Qotrety 77 Jo C l Clltor Nl! HORN S Captun Basketball 28 Vlumger Basketball Z7 Nlam tr Tootball 7 Beqom Dull Cart I przthce btqom from me Beqom Dull Cure Ihou and I shall neter a'u,eII U51 notlce hrs honor lrst Ihat alont speaks for hrs popularlty H ms a general asset to G M He IS the source of all our wrt and fun alxx ays 1n a good humor always very accommodatxng alu axs a good sport and a frlend to us all The class of 28 couldn t hawe surxned the storm xuthout Pat Pauls xersatlllty alacr1ty and xeracxty haw endeared htm permanently ln the memory of hrs classmates -rflf ""'-" 4'x I . ' ' DEV: 5-nur, 7. r ' '- . - I gn-.GL 5 Biilltf " g ' ye- n, -new, xsg-PX' ff I 'ff ' , l f 4 4 f I N, ij n , fl 19 J '.l ' Q 1 I, 'N af' . .l , V f .Y ' L ,' ' 3 ff Cadet Staff Sergeant 'C - l . . . 'Z A L A 1- ' V... ' t 4' , 1.x .f , -- I lgx 4 ,-7 lt 2 ' , .' 5. . . ff '27 A. I' 1 I' I 21 I I l- D l W W 'V . x . . T ,. ,K X . . U Q . V. . Y . - . Y Y I V V V ' 1 I Y ' A ' Al V1 Y Y Y 1 V . -H T -7 l?1--A- ,, e m or 1 e 5 O 7' " 'H-2 IN mefeen lfztenty Ezqhf :multi 5 in nr 1 U,-jim if in VIRGINIA ALLEN Salutatornan Secretary Mason lxterars Soclcty 8 Class Setretary 7 Plcture Nlanagcr Memornes 2 To see her rs to lote her And lone but her roreeer lor hatun made her what she rs And neeer made another Lucky are we to have Jlnny ln our c ass She IS Llttle but Mxg ty Vnrgmua ns as dear and sweet as she IS capa ble We expect great thmgs of her m a buslness and socxal Way JAMES BROADDUS Pres1dentCn M Club 28 Preslclent Mason Lxterary Socxety 27 8 Flrst Sergeant Cadets 28 Baseball 76 Z7 Manager 78 Basketball Z6 77 28 T ack 71 78 JOlxC Edxtor MEXIORIES Football Z5 26 Z7 None but the brave deserve the falr Hall to one of the best sports 1n C1 M Jlm IS noted for many thlngs cookmg mcluded at least that IS what the boys say Best yy lshes to you Mav you be as successful ln the a1r as on the ground EDWARD BUTLER Sergeant at Arms Officers Club A C C FIISI L1-zutenant Cadets Battalnon -Xdyutant Cadets Subscrnptlon Manager MEXIORILS G M letter Club Mason Socxety Football 76 7 Basketball 78 atk Z5 27 7 And stxll they gazed And still the wonder grew That one small head Could carry all he knew If you ever hear any one talkmg mllx tary scrence and tactlcs ln the hall or any where else Cyou can never be sure of hrs where aboutsl you may be certam that nt IS Ed But he IS also gettlng a letter for football and IS a good student as well -v-fl8l-+ S . r' " ' f , jg .- ,, L I, - CQ,-" ' . , 'Z A . w ' 8 .. , - i -' ' fs v ' lr 1 rv - I - rr - - h -1 1 v . , ' s ' v f . -.. 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J L" sink We 1 e m O7 1 e 5 5 E Nzneleen I 'eeentx Ezqht 1 snuff GARNET FRANCIS Assistant Busmess Vlanager MEMORIES l'rcasurer Mason lnterarx Society C M letter Club ack 75 B seball 77 78 Wrestlxng Z8 Eat drmk md be merrs land we mlght adi grow fat J A three year graduate and therefore a good student He plans to be a Dr and we Wxsh htm success ln hrs chosen profes snon Garnet ns a Jolly good fellow and hls hearty laugh makes us all feel good MARY HARDESTY Mason Lxterary SOCICIX She IS pretty to walk wlth And wttty to talk wlth And pleasant too to thmk on Because Mary IS a common place nam dont thmk that thls Mary IS a common place g1rl The more you see Mary the more you llke her Bubbllng over vtlth llfe and fun Mary has been an essentlal part to the lxfe of the class of 28 GENEVA HELTON Mason Ixterarx So lety Basketball 78 Or lug ht or da k or short or tall She sets a sprmg to snare them all Ge 15 one of the character members of the class It IS a good thing ue all leave together because the crovtd could never get along wlthout her We are all fond of llttle G and we send her forth xuth our best xx lshes amy. ,HW Mwfl ,f f ,Q , Xe LI . ' Of ing , Y- , .H M I- . fl QEEIGL 5 izzggli A . . I ,- A ' p E --A 1' W ' A. .1 x A ka l. . . I Tr '- -'27-'28 a '- -'- Football '25-'26-'27 1 X . . V ' , H , . , . , , . I . . f . I V A . . V. K . e 1 I l ' " A1 r . . rr i... I . . V , er 7 ., ' " e." ' 1 " Jo the! LIM f J' Lwefta Qcxcffw-Q lbw Zffrfibgff IJVV 213549 AJ' J J? If ixabu ,, 'Niflf 1 m or Nzmtten 1 ttt11I5 Ezght I iuufnfsux Q OWEN KEYS Typrst 'vIhx1oR1Fs Cl ss Treasurer G M Letter Club 'Vlason Lrterary Soctety Tack 25 27 28 Football Z5 26 27 Captam Wrestllng Team 3 Is this that gallart Q x Lotharlo Between Ruth and h1s athletlc act1v1t1es we do not see much of Ovt en but we do admrre h1s cheerful dlsposltlon and IS school girl complexlon He IS also our champlon typrst WILLIE KIDWELL Secretary Gunston Lrterary Socmety 7 G M Letter Club Bs etball Z5 Z6 77 28 Oh Thou hast the fatal gnft of beauty Here IS one of the most popular gurls of G M and wrth her good looks she leads the crowd And especlally does she lead rn athletics Just an all round good sport and a star player rn basketball And her powers of speech well she IS convmcmg' RACHEL KOINER Asocrate Edxtor MEMORIES Mason Llter ry Soctety A lxttle learnmg rs a dangerous thmg Drmk deep or taste DOI the Pterran sprmg Rachel came to us only last year but she has proved herself to be all wool and a yard vtrde Th1s young lady llkes lots of thmgs ln thrs world but for the sake of honesty we must add that she drsltkes some thmgs chref among whlch are boys But all Jokmg aslde Rachel IS a good student and we are certam she vull succeed 1n anythrng she undertakes -4201+ 1 afhf, 1. . 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V. r 'xiafk BI e m 0 1 1 e 5 O Zfcffkggmg 'N zneteelz I fuentj Ezght L L llisslfli' ORA LEWIS Edntor MEXlORlES Treasurer Gunston literary Society 28 She knows what s what and thats as hrgh As methaphy slc wrt can fly We can count on Ora to do her full share of all the work we undertake When the rest of us have quarled under some terrlble question its then her tlme to shme Her modest unassumlng ways have not decexved the eyes of her classmates Dry wlt and coy ways are natural to her But then lf we started catalogumg all her vlrtues wed Wear out a good slzed dxc tlonaryl Heres to the health of the Edltor rn Chief of 1928 NTEMORIES ROBERT UTTERBACK Captam Cadets 28 Business Manager MEMORIES Secretary Letter Club 28 Class Secretary 28 Boxxng Team 28 Track Z5 27 28 Basketball 25 26 27 Z8 Manager 28 Baseball 25 26 27 28 Manager 28 Football 25 26 27 Captam Z7 Vlason Lrterarv Society Who can tell for what hrgh cause Tms darlmg of the gods was born? G M should certalnly be proud of Bob He IS just one of those people whose place xt takes a good man to fill He has done his full share for our school In fact we don t know of any place where Robert 1sn t an asset to the crowd espe cxally the glrls' RUTH VARNEY Mason I nterary Society As a swan floats oxer the xx ater Wrth a beanng full of grace So thus mard of all Lxes daughters Is the handsomest of her race The most magnetlc of personalxtxes the damtrest and one of the sweetest members of the class IS Ruth She IS also practrcal We would be rather an unromantlc group rf she and a certam young semor gentleman d1d not keep the flame burnmg May your dearest wlshes and dreams come true IS the wlsh of the entire class' -sf21l-1- ,QT ' , 1 ff' H s- f - ' f Q i QQ: , 'I i nu K ,Y, Q Y ,s I if lf'-rw , . , Vice-Commander Ofhcers' Club A. C. C. I4 . Y! . 1 n , 'L v Y. X Bl em or L e J O mm A znefeen Twenty Ezght H ss me x , ll-lf ELISE WALLACE Mason Lnterary Socnety Haul Wayvs ard Queen Who rules the sex from lifty to sixteen Here rs an entlrely new mgredrent ln our class We have nothmg to compare w1th Babe She IS the most changeable best hearted and has one of the most agreeable d1spos1t1ons of any member of the class MARY WEST Mason Lxterary Socxety Happy am I from care I am free Why arent they all contended lrke me Mary has arrlved How do we know? We heard somethxng lrke a wmdstorm commg through the hall Why of course' here she rs rushmg as usual Yet never late She always manages to get by wlth Hymg colors and rt seems l1ttle effort DOROTHY WINSTON Valedxctorlan Vrce President Class 28 Mason Lxterary SOCICYX Her eyes are stars of turln ht falr Lxke twxllght too her dusky haxr Brams and Beauty' An unusual com bmatlon but Dot surely possesses both In short she IS a real jewel We can see nothmg but success for her 1n the future bhe jomed our ranks only a short trme ago but has been a valuable add1t1on to this dlgmfied CU class of 28 422+- f ' QI " Arg- f X. 'Sinn I I . ' - . j Y 1 1-u-n ll it 'ITIL ' " We wonder if her mind runs to royalty? y ' . ' V' - . . ' , . tx s Y . 1 V. lg . I Z N 14 'Lx 1 1' rw 4 f I' 1 fbr UVL. 151 1 1 1 Ll!! w 1 v 1 L w I Ol ll 7 1 -,w W M1 ,I ww LL up 7 Mlm I 7 4' V K K 3'H :'Q in-firfn -2 " CL. 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Q X Ni-clris 71 H ' Nlllffttll 1 ttenfy Ezglzt 3 ruff kim ff HISTORI OF THE CLASS OF 28 N gnmg our Class History let us compare our High School career with our class flower the daisy Just as this beautiful flower we started out in our first stage green and yerdant to our newness of life and waiting for the nourish ment of knowledge so that yye might bloom and deyelop into something worth while In this stage MISS Allen was our caretaker and under her watchful eye we grew and began to bloom as we should into a beautiful flower At the end beauty and knowledge In the second stage of our development we began minus some of our petals but still large and full of life In this stage we were further developed under Miss Harbaugh who kept a close watch on our growth both in Wlsdom and ability In this stage we decided to show what we could do in the dramat1c line We gave a play Stop Thief which showed to the teachers and the upper classmen that we too were rounding into shape for our Junior and Senior years and that vue were made of the material it takes for the accom plishment of great undertakings We still had our beautiful bloom and also some of our greenness which we were ready to develop into a more beautiful flower We began our third stage st1ll under the care of Miss Harbaugh who proved to be a very yaluable keeper This stage proved to be more successful than the past as we showed up in ability along the lines of Essay Writing and also Athletics Some of our petals which developed faster than the rest Went ahead of us this year and showed their wonderful ability by graduating in the three years We were yery proud of this but still we regretted that vxe vyere to be without them in our last stage in which we were to sow seeds of example for our followers In the last half of this stage we were turned over to Mrs Ransom and under her diligent care we developed steadily and at the end of the year were ready for our final stage Ah At last yye haye come to the stage in which we are to polish up and sou our seeds of knowledge and example Now we are under the watchful eye of Vliss Sys ecker and it it vs ere not for her vs onderful help and care our last stage would be about tvsice as hard as it IS proylng to be With her aid and advice vue are shovung our merit along different lines and will soon have our various tasks completed It seems as tho this year IS sad compared with the rest of our school life for now yye are shedding our leaves and developing into our young yy omanhood and manhood protecting ourselves from the blighting atmosphere of the frost and cold wrnds of winter We are nearing the com pletion of our annual and yy hen this goes to press vue will immediately start work on our play -424 4- .lf 1- 1 0 1' 1' e 5 O f 'I 1 iaith : :ISIN A H j , I 'M V' i 1 "- Y 7 ' 1 A gc, is iw, 7 P 7 . Y . . of the term we had bloomed and were waiting for the next term to show our - I Y r l 1 1 Y V 7 ' . Y Y , , Z Y V . V . . Y 7 . , . 7 . . . Y . . . , V . ' 7 . . . e H1 11 N 1 azzix Ln X4 F. :Q 5 UO XXL I1 N K 'lf I' IUSK LDIT1 LKLC Wu TTI Sf AOI"7kl fill x I' 'Y I y ' XY IL lull gun b 1 u x Lr xx 1 n xu smrud P1 C 001 So nom Xu go forth into ilu cum of 1IL m lowfnr gum but W lm and purxiigd by our S-amor I ln xi gt,-X 2 rfifd -2. 77 Le Hzstorun . . 2 5 QW - ,, . .XI f 'I 8 5 ! W A I jtffirtzn I QL- "- J - ,J 1 1 Y T" Q T175 jgzaiwlyi Alt! '- A X nov fully dcvulopcd in nur Q. CQ 4' 'Q pl, Xi " nm ' by lg W' Stal in Jwlin as f'r4shitcn m Lxffk Shmnl. U we 5 4 a Q Q just as grmn and fruih as we fs' Q 'I q 'f Q . ' g Sh. "'f' ' I" v .bx 7 hm T! Wxff W 1,71 J W xl' img' 4 'Tirl 71 HHZTEETW 1 II I tllfy 1:11 zt 151 juufj I- g, THE PROPHECY OF 28 IAR YI frrends of the world you haxe come to me a ragged hermxt of the hllls an aged wlthertd phllosophcr of l1fe You ask me to steal from the realms of futurlty those secrets vxhrch she so jealously guards 'I he gods have glfted me the future IS as an open book for xt IS easler to change the sands of the desert to water than lt IS to change the hands of Destmy Be stall I have mounted the wmgs of txme The present has faded the future has taken form Destmy has played her hand I have begun my journey mto that mystery of llfe My first v1s1on of thrs future world IS a large theater The aud1ence has been lulled mto a trance by a beautlful voice from the stage and gomg closer I see It IS Paul smgxng a croomng lullaby to them Swlftly the scenes change I am now 1n the oflice of a large hospxtal I see Mary West slttmg at a desk She has r1sen to that coveted posltlon of Head Nurse Suddenly an ambulance rushes up a serlously mjured man IS brought ID and a hurry call IS placed for Dr Franc1s He rs already one of the leadlng surgeons of the c1ty Agaln I am carrled on I am 1n a beautiful ballroom It IS the outstand mg soclal event of the season I wonder who I shall seek here Oh there she lSl I see Vlrglnla greetlng a group of her guests As I start to look around for more of my frxends I am vxhrsked away to the oflice of a large manufacturmg plant On a door before me I see J C Broaddus President Pushlng it open and peerlng 1n I see lt IS .hm He IS tellmg h1s secretary to call the advertxslng manager for hlm But vsho IS thls advert1s1ng manager? NVhy ll IS Mary Hardesty Novs I am suddenly taken to another town In a prcturesque llttle home I see Babe and Ora ln a heated d1scuss1on Ora IS Ed1tor of a noted magazlne and she IS trylng to get Babe s newest not el for her publlcatlon Journeymg on I come to a great forest reserxe I see a group of hardy lookmg men comlng down a rocky traxl In the lead IS Robert He IS now a Government Inspector of the Natlonal Forest Reserves The scene changes to a large UHIVCYSIIY Lecturmg to a large class on Physlcal Educatxon I see Wlllle She has succeeded ln her ambltxons Another change and I behold a masslve office bulldlng 1n our largest c1ty There I see Dorothy Domg what? Why she rs the most valuable advlsor Of a famous Wall Street concern to be sure' +4263-+ S is , ' ,S Q H " .-" .II11 0111s Of . .XIII 111 it V JI I l , -4- - - I ,i ,555 9 NP : E: . V Y Y Y . U I7 , . V . -. A 1 But take heedf Fate shall be cruel to those who work against its will: . , . . U . 1 . . V T V I Y ' . . ' . 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E ' ' X14 X I L ,I II elzlt 1 zz Q x Before me 1n that same Clty I see Genoa She rs an lndespensable asslstant to a leadlng member of the rnedlcal professxon Ihousands of soldlers are LOIUKI through thexr elrllls Standlng to one side xx atchlng ulth 1 cr1t1c1l eye I See General Butler H has clrmbed hlgh on the mllltary ladder Hung near to the end of my purnex I ful n ysell rn 1 natlonx known department store Great crowds are thronged around the counters BUSINESS has been xery prosperous slnce Rachel has been BUSIHCSS Manager And last but not at all least I see Ruth She IS no other than a capable mstructor of Domestlc Scrence 1n our largest grrl s college She has xndeed been fortunate rn the chooslng of her llfe s QYOICSSIOH I regret that thls IS the end of my wonderful Journey All has been so beautlful and happy and the Gmdxng Hand of Llfe has been lelnd to all of you So frlencls lf IS adxeu and I hope that these glxmpses of the future vull mspxre and encourage you on to even greater thmgs Prophet +3279- jj ,, 0,155 Of I i claim : 53.53 t X1 ulwzz I -iw , Kfllf . A A TY, 7 L 1 4 IV W if 5 1....t, I Now, I see an inspiring scene. Before me is a huge parade ground. I 4 'I e I 4 1 I ' ."' ' ' ' . C ef I I A Dre V u ' - ' 'c ll 1 ' ' . . ' elly I H 7 I I 3 75 I Nia ikv HE t nz n 35 2 :tg Bznefeen I tnly Izqlzt l C PARTING GIFTS embers of the araduatzng class schoolmates and frzends To me If is lndced a dellght to haye the prlulege to leave vslth each mem ber of this class a glft to act as a representatxon of the lmpresslons he or she has left IH our mmds Ora Lewzs If IS not easy to lxve wlthout work You have certalnly done your share towards our annual so I now present you with a book How to be a Lady of Lexsure Babe Wallace It seems to me that you are to be a poet Here then IS a pencll and notebook wlth the request that you use them by puttxng your dreams mto words That the world and not you alone may be benefited by thelr beauty Garnet Franczs I hear that you are planmng to become a doctor I take pleasure m presentmg to you the first rnstrument used 1n medlcal scxence a saw Wzllze Kzdwell whxle you have been at George Mason you have won qulet a b1t of fame as a basketball player so I now present you wxth a basketball to balance the rest of your l1fe Maru Hardestq accept this box of cough drops whlch I am sure will cure your affllctnon of losmg your voxce when Engllsh perlod 1S near Omen Keys ow1ng to your great deslre of becomlng some day an avlator I glve to you th1s aeroplane the Sp1r1t of George Mason whlch we all hope wnll carry you to he1ghts of fame Mary West you are forever wrxtlng letters to every corner of the earth I have often xx ondered 1f you ever run short of statxonery so I am gxylng you a box of th1s nccesslty IH case you are 1n need Robert Utterback you are a very modest and shy young man and need much coach1ng ln the methods of w1nn1ng the young ladxes To help further your cause I gxve you th1s bouquet-rememberxng that lf always pays to Say lt wlth Hou ers Rachel Korner for many years absence from the presence of a man and remembermg the saying absence makes the heart grow fonder I w1ll now gne you a long lost object a perfect manl Vzrqzma Allen for the past year you have been attendlng quxte a number of dances I fear the great expense of shoes wlll not enable you to attend all the dances that your heart mlght deslre so I glve you a pa1r of k1d sllppers James Broaddus II grxey es me very much to see your undergrovy th yy hlch has been caused by such a small appetlte and under nourlshment so I must glV6 you a loaf of bread l28l f ' ' if hifi , . , V O 1 Q3 L s sur TL" '- J A r If 'I . E: 55 1 my ' ' - ' 1 I I 3 i , , 2 '-' 2 s N,,,,f ' -4 ' A ' a A Y lr' m r' x - y . - L. y v - v f M rr U - - , - v , . y 1 v V Y I v v v v . . ,, . . ,, . . 1 , . V . . .Y. v . , . . Y . v . . . . U - - n I . y - - I. v1 - v v ' v v ' .1 , . . . . Y Y . . I V. 1 , . ' ' v v V V I t v -..Q Nxt, Xp e 111 011 E UE Nzlzeleezz I teerzfy I zglz! EY 5.44117 X Geneeu Helton nou to brtak a date yuth a young man IS a yeryf serxous matter ln ordtr to steer clear of sueh a catastrophe I present you uxth a calender to keep such thlngs mn mxnd Dorothy lVmston knowing that you are dependable and fearlng that you may lose thls tralt IH years to come l g1ve to you a postage stamp and beg of you to follow 1ts example IH th1s one respect stlck close to the thlngs that you set out to accompllsh Paul Peterszlza you are so happy and II IS the WlSll of the entire class present you yuth a court Jester or a clown Eduard Butler mt glYQS me 1mmense pleasure to glye you thls beautlful medal whxch you haye so courageously Won for your knowledge of Mllrtary SCICHCQ Mzss Seeecker l glye you 1 sult case wlth the request that 1n lf you pack all the memorles of Georgc Mason placlng the unpleasant ones IH the bottom and the brxght ones on top And nou fellow classmates If IS my earnest deslre that m the future you wlll find these llttle favors fond remlnders of past days May they outweigh other thxngs mn your estlmatlon of valued possesslons and memorles of those days spent IH elose lntercourse yylth one another Though school days are oyer Memormes wlll stxll lmger Gzftorzan 05 V l xy -mf 70 lv L x . . , K . inn ' V f- ,www M 41. :lj Q .N I ,nn E A ' J - ' I 'A Y "' ,it ggwwgsn, WW,-Al ': H 4-we -V ,xr ,,-' f 2 I ' ' 1 ' 3 J " ' I Yi . that you always be so, Life is rather dull and troublesome at times so we I I ' v I I . Y ' P 1 .7 J H ' I I X 3 . 3 I A 3 I I D lb 7 I F 351,125 7- Ivy' ll fl' l ' , I 4.0. ,, my bs 7 ' 64' 1:-' l 1" 9 , Fel ix 1.171 1 mln ttnlx PII TI iuuflllf L LAST U ILL AND TESTA WENT E thc woe bcvone homely idiotic obstreperous stupid and eternally criticized Seniors of Gcorge Mason I-Iigh School being hardened to the ways of this wicked world do now bequeath our great fortunes making this our only will and testament revoking all others made by us at any time so that the property of the famous class of 28 may be disposed of rightfully Listen then one and all while I read the document as duly drawn up and sworn to ITEM Mr Thomas a school full and running over with good kind obedient appreciative intelligent docile ambitious studious diligent and careful students ITI M We give and bequeath to our beloved faculty all the amazing knowledge and startling information that we have furnished from aware that much which vue imparted to them in this way must have been entirely new and probably threw much new light on many a hitherto familiar line of thought lf the faculty see ht they are hereby authorized to give out such of this information to the world as they deem best This of course is left entirely to their personal discretion ITEIM Miss Harbaugh a large modern equipped commercial room ITEM Miss Melchzor a well arranged schedule for her especial beneut rather than that of the seniors ITEM Mr O Flaherty a hypodermic needle to administer painless dose of silence ITEM fo TN orman Brenner Bob Utterback s place on the football team provided he s made aptain ITEM To Esther Day the admiration of the school ITEM Miss Allen a stable large enough to house the confiscated Latin ponies which they don t use ITEM Mzss Su,ecker highly obedient considerate and studious Domestic Science classes ITEM Mr Kzraq we beg to leave a host of admirers especially in the Junior Class ITEM M ITEM T smile ITEM T talking ITEM T ITEM T ITI-'XI To staff Kzte a brilliant physics class Vrrazl lVezmer Paul Patricks perpetual grin and cheerful Elzzahelh Symmonds Willie Kidwells ability as a human machine Ruth Gary Ora Levus dignity and quietness Rea' Mercm Garnet Francis way with women Margaret Shepherdson a dictatorial position on the annual +4301-r - . 5 . Y, ' -- f 1 F Q. .ll ' 0 '1 es Ui T ff? ls....r TNI ' "zz 11" '- J flzf - ilnii 5 gggmr - E ll T Y l,YT ni I ' E -we IX fn .pf"" " 1 7 I X V I V , to Y v. ' ' ' V Y ' V u , 1 y I y . . Y 7. . X , v v y v 1 y fl I I' J l 7 1 1 I I Y . time to time in our various examination papers. We are fully , - . , i I ' , . . . P ' v I : . ' . ' P ' ' ' 5 ' V' v I IIC ' .vu . : f . ' ' . I 2 ' . ' 4 I rt . ' . , . . 1 I O g V I H I O 1 . ' , . . , .. 4A : O v V. , . . . ' -I 1 o ' . . XXL, X E Mele ll I 41115 Elylf T ln T Irrxt Irexl miflll' f Ruth Vlzller Nlary XX est s happy go luckx ways Alzce Ixeller Nlarx Hardesty s superabundance of gxggles Vzrqznza fampmll X lrgxnla Allen s sy stem of heartsmash Robert Retjnolcls one thrrd of .hm Paroadelus helght Marjorte Denton Ruth X rney s neatness of attrre Ethel fazrfar Babe XVallace s good naturedness Helen Mzchelbach Gee Helton s 1nab1'1ty to get to school UID? llll To Thomas Moraan Ou en lxey s recrpe for a Romon Novarro haxr cut ITI Xl To Julza Cohen Ed Butler s glft of gab ITL Nl Thxs subjomed lrst w1ll be recognlzed as entalled estates to whlch we do f4l declare the Class of 29 the real and rrghtful successors Our Senlor dlgnxty May you uphold ll forexer IH splte of your natural llght mrndedness and lrresponsxbllrty Our seats rn class rooms and chapel Our seats ln Assembly Hall may be taken by vs homsoever IS able to grab them frrst Any stubs of penclls erasers or scraps of paper that We may 1nadvertently leave behind us ln our excitement and haste of gatherlng up our cherlshed treasures for the last tlme Feel free to make use of them We lxkewlse will to the Rlght Honorable Class of 29 all such boys as were not able to keep pace wlth such br1ll1ant glrls as compose the majorlty of our class trustlng that the tlunror gurls may hold flrmly to them and steer them next year through the gates of commencement lTFXl To the Sophomore Class the numerous entertalnments and theatre partres whlch we dxdn t haxe also the balance rn our treas ury fslnce We have an over abundancel to be used ln planmng for blow Outs ITFXI To the Freshman Class any overlooked bxts of chewlng gum resldue We may have left adherlng to the understde of desks assembly seats or any other llkely or unllkely places We have sometlmes had to rld ourselves of these ln too much haste to be able to prck out and choose the most desrrable means of dlsposal lTI Xl To llflr Merhlzna 1 new unlform ITE Xl To the mazds a xacuum cleaner prouded they accommodate the Senxor Class by cleamng up the room before MISS Vlelch1or comes IH VJITNESS our hand and seal thxs day of June l9Z8 slgned declared and publrshed as and for our last ulll and testament 1n our presence ln wltness vxhereof we have set our hands and seals m the presence of one another THL SKNIOR CLASS Testator -sl 31 . XXL . . ' g-an "1 , . , . I . ll ef 111 o 1' 1 e 5 O I 1 ala: L l ZZZTTQW .N 1 ' 't' ae' ' '- I - :tx 1 !i:3 gf?-it. -- Z: X. Y?-T I, lttaxxz 'lo 1 ' I . . . ' ' ' Q - ' 1' ' - . ITEM: To " .. L i I U' . ' A - ltaxlz To L I .'f. ' -' ' ' I mr: To Q - 1 ' - Irfan: To 1 e . ' la -rj - C . U U ' ITEM: To Alma Keys. Dorothy XV1nston's mdependence and orrgmalrty. ' Q. I TO ' -. H ' - 1 z To . H A ' on ' . " is z Q , ' ' 1 " H5 . . , V. . 1 V . , 129 ' - . ' r v ' ' U5 . ' - . ' . . T .L' I H .qs is 1... 1 rfflfvfiffflf HH fm CWf7l?7ff7' ? kklllli 1 an Hlilly' qv I lNIHR mama X Zz ff Xff X TQT- , J I Wfff' .' iii- ' if '5j'L,fi+- ," if 1 X dst, ,T-5. X? T Q Ny X- f fu :?- X fx ff 22? , Z- X I f O !,l, I A , :1,7f:'1ffL-jiv' K 'A :Av .' f ' "mf 5,47 Xsflk t' nz 1 lIItft't'l1 t tflzty I ll lt 'ij-If anim' J X JLZNIOR FI JSS HISTORI fx., HRH yt1rs 1go ut lnthortd on tht calm 1nd peactful short mmely Qtorgt Nlason High School It yy as a glorious tiay in the goldtn 1utumn of 1927 Many of us wtrt old fritnds as we had bttn sailing tht rough stas togtthtr for tight sutctssiyt ytars while othtrs had been picked up at yxaysidt ports T ogttl1tr yyt yointd anti planntd to makt tht btst of all tht obstaclts wt wtrt to tntour1ttr mtl to tnjoy to tht tulltst txttnt all tht priyiltgts and pltasurts tl11s promising port had to offer us We vytrt dirtcted immtdiattly to our plact of rtsidenct which was called Frtshman Allty fht horror of this namt was alltviated immediattly when Vliss Melthior our sponsor for tht ntxt ttn months met us with a knowing smilt as muth 18 to say l know you are gretn and unsophisticated but I am your frltnd Sht guidtd us through this dl7ly lap of the voyagt although wt did not attomplish much dut to tht fact yyt wtrt so young and had not yet ltarntd studious habits Wt stt sul in Junt IQZ6 1nd though many of us ytert stparlttd for tht summtr tht 1utumn of 1926 found us all btndtd together and stttring for tht samt good port yy htrt wt h1d sptnt tht prtvious ytar T his timt we were tnthusiastit youths Sht immtdiattly conducttd us to tht Sophomort Apart mtnt This rt1Ily soundtd bttttr to us and wt folloyx td our sponsor vtry clostly for yyt ttlt sht had tvptrltntt l1f yond our poor pow tr to rt1l11t anti wt had ltarnttl from our prtyious ucptritnt that all play and no yxork mlkts Jack a dull boy XVQ again d1sb1ndtd for tht summer months but fully rtaliltd in this stparation tl11t togtthtr yyt swim diyidtd wt droyx n For tht tl11rd timt ut anehortd our noys stattly ship ll tht samt good port wt had ltarntd to loyt because of pltas1nt txptritntts 1nd our many good fritnds yy ho yytrt waiting for us and wl1o gut us a htarty good chttr 19 our ship rodt proudly to th Junior P1rk Plltt Wt hut tlrritd Nllss H1rb1ugh with us 1ll tl1t yy 1y 1nd out of tht .,I'1tlOLlSI1tSS of ot1rl1t1rtsh1xt t1k non 1 ltxx ntw onts non nn ing our total crtxy tyxtnty t1g1t t ysi ut 1trt tor tht ntxt tour mont IS 1nt 1l hut qrtu 1sp1rat1ons t 'irt ltokinw Ioruut I5 L 1st int 1n1 xox xx ll 1 xx hopt t1rry our trtxx orious y 1nt sutttsstu y to Qtnior Jort -rl BD X. . ' , . ' f HBV- "1 " ' ',... , I ' ,lf O I t 5 ,VI 'Half : ,N ' I L 1 ' 4 Y ' 'jf iw!- I t f' 1 14 x 1 x A 1' L i 1 I r X I r I N K 'l - 1 1 ' t -1 i i 1 ' F 1 s I K- - 1 ' vs vm K' r ' 1 i V I ' - i I Vx f I 3 I 3 3 J 3 ' rm rx s s A s it x yi v s A ,Rf tl' 1 1 I 'I ' Y 3 5 I A I Y! 3 I I I D I 3 1 7 I ! . I l H r 3 4 5 I ' i I 'I Y 1 I 4 I V A H I 7 ' I l I 1 A - v V r 1 U i y I1 ki 5 . 1 I A 4'4 Y Y 'I' I I -' .A V y 3 IX 3 X Y J D 4 ' A 3 3 "L A l 3 t Y - h Y 7 A I g i 1 x 3 ' I L L 3 L' U! I I X Y X X Yi L S 1 3 h l ' 'I I 4 A l 1 Y graciously' received by' Miss l-larbaugh who looked like she would be a friend to u I g 'N v k s ' x I t v s - u 1 , X ' .K IL V ' 1 3 3 , l Yi ' I Y X V Vx 'L b' i HA 3 II 'l ll VI xl .'.v' ' 'H 3 1 - 1 Y. S xl M -1 'Q -I Y V - 1, t I l ll L 1 I 'H B I ' A Y' 5 V1 ' If' 7 D I I Vs B ' K I Y k I L 3 3 Yi 3 S vs s kg -if s 's Ayn K kv Q 'x O V ft 1 y ' ' kk V3 5 3 IV K 31 gk b' . 6 AY C . 4 , . . . 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JUNIOR CLflSS OFFICBRS I reszrlent Vzee Preszdent Serrelara and Treasurer Hamm Cooaw ANA ROLLINS RL lll Gym M01 ro lo slrltc to seal? to Hntl but no! to qu cl Kflffllflltl Campbell Ruth Mzller Alma Keys Julra Cohen Ruth Gary Lznden Thompson Katherzne Adams Vzraxnza lValters Nlelba Grztith Maryorze N1 ron Alrce lxeller Anna Lusbq Ruth Cohen Vlfqll lVe1mer W'1lfrey Merezne Alta Rollzns Elbert Corl Chester Tabor Robert Reynolds Nelson XVarner Harney Coqan James Gochenour Benjamzn Clark lfterett Casszdq 'Uzlton Hardzna Thomas Moraan Robert Cara Thomas ll oocls RLSUI 1 S OF EXAMINAFI IONS BEFORE AFTER Fl yyo books ln hand Tyy enty fin Black hart Snow white DOO OOO OOO strands of halt 23 D Very fat and dlmpled Very talkatlve Brams 10 lbs Plenty of concelt Fmnger nalls 13 Complexion, plnk I ong halt Ha I-la' Curley halr Very short 4 ft Neyer a sound Always whlstlmg Always forgettxng Dldn t study Always late Qvx ell head Complexlon p1nk Always studym Alyyays jokmg Thought he yy as Caesar u1et Syy eet Alu ays cheerful l-XCI'ClSlIlg hls yoxce Roarmg llke a lxon 136 Thm and wrmkled Nothmg to say Scales fall to regxster None 3 n Green None at all Boo Boo Ptrftctly straxqht a t l Vlore qu1et than before Never a sound IS books Never W1IhOUI em Always studymg Never late Stlll swellmg Whxte Doesn t have to Never joklng Dodgmg stone yavelms Loud Sour Morose Neyer a sound Nleek as Moses Q. 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X! ...ll 9B Hzstory NIoTTo Iassumus quza posse ezelemur fl ASS OFPICI R9 Ireszdenl Vzce Preszdem .Secretary L1 xxooo Km T111 121 si C1Rr11z N xiec 1121 1 B01 ru Treasurer Sergeant Al Arms 1111111 Smetmxo R1 on Xl D Hicks IIHOLI guns or trumpets to herald our coming the Freshman Class of l978 entered the ycar determined to make a record for excellence and achiexe ment We are a jolly and well meaning bunch governed by Nliss Allen NVe were not too old to obserxe St Valentines day In the future years when we res mmm xelr But ohserxe 1 l lilke not Ieeoreletl all the upromrous exents that hue happened Such has been our short history hating entered school XVlfl'l hopes a promise ot fathoming the deep Abyss 1n front of us the sea of life and amb1 tion l1pp1ng about our feet Esther Day Hzstory 9 -1 Class lreszelent Vice President Secretary Roi C1 Xlllx Xt 111111 SrRor111 lx le 11N I lNll3l RL lxl S ,111 1 1 1er who pilot el us throu h our hr t troubles 111 Cieoree 'Nlason NK IS Nlrs C ruer t took us 1 long time to el 1 le meanings ol Ill llie bells thit 11 ere rung a so we had minx rooms to qo to 1nd we h1d miny different te1ehers Fmilly me became used to the bells and adx ineed in our studies and conduet Sloxxlk but surelx We also adx aneed throuqh all our elasses until We are now 1n our first year of high s heel with 'Nlr Fndicott as our teacher 1421+ .lf 1:1 orze .1 Uf 115:17 A " , UL, .,J'l,,1, Y f " kr . - " ff Y 11114 ' X fA,,f' "' X --- , , A I J e V Q' , I ' IG ' 2 1 ' i 111 1' Er "1 ik s s w x vs ' 1 x u ' v , 1 7 0 V1 1 'SL I 'A Y' 1 . . 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JI e nz 0 r 1 e' 5 O f N zrzvleefzz I Qeerzfy-ILzgl'z! 7 u nn Y' 1 x in M ' 1: ,Y ' f 2. uii Hzstoiy of tlze 8 B Grade NI the ninth of June ue embarked on the eighth ctmel of the George Mason Caravan and started on the next lap of our journey oy er the desert sands of know ledge toys ireis the distant city of Cirmeluwtlon Nothing eventful happened until the Hrst of December when the blur of many pine and cedar trees that surrounded the oasis of Christmas arose on the horizon YV1th hurried footsteps we moyed onward until on the twenty fifth of December we came up to the oasis and there to our great joy we found an old Arab by the name of Santa Claus who showered us with gifts After ten days of drinking the cooling waters of Rest with the camels and drivers we climbed back on the camels said goodbye to Santa Claus and con tlnued on our way On the first of February we paused to allow some of the members to change places Picking up the reins the driver poked the camel and we started off again on our long plodding Journey toxy lrds the lromised l and Dalton Carter Hzstmy of the 8 M1 Grade ll BOX only this year more then we take the big Jump to the first strut is no yoke but some day vue xx ill be in their shoes Nlost ill of our troubles in the past hu been due to the lick of trying to get l nglish md 'Xltthemtties XVe giye mtny thinks to all of our teaellers for the pitienee mel the htrel xx orlf they haxe htel trying to help us along through lunior High behool XX tre trying to hnel th unlenoun talents in our el1SS mel yse aim to see how mlny will stay together until Graduation Dry in 193 7 MC FC' -a-+'l!+1 I Y A ' i 1 '1 1 k N ml L -3 H 1 3 ' 3 71 I I 11 ' 'A h ' .X 1 1 y' ' . H 7 year high school. Standing in the corner watching the High School students ' K I' " 4 ' e ' e ' ' V' e 'I K ' e .N .y .A Y ' , , . ' . - -e ' 1 '. 1. ' . ,Ia , 1' " ff. - A lass o , B.- 6 vc' - 4 in ... C f '33 35 Clam of Srl X N f 1117 T Xzneleen I tttnly 1111 11 ' 71 guuflll? Xi Hzstory of 7 B G1 ade I tntertd the Junlor 1-hgh School ln Ftbruary 1927 Of course we were ycry proud of btmg ablc to say that we vycrc at last rn Hrgh School Altho we were frcshles vxe soon caught on to things and as a class have trled to do our best for old George Mason September of 1927 saw us returning wlth a feelxng that we belonged We dld our best thls year to abxde by all rules wlth the result that when mid term promotrons were announced our group moyed up as a body not one remalnlng behlnd We rntend contlnuxng our good vsork and see lf vye can t be the best class to pass through George Mason Hzstmy of the 7 A Grade F came our to Gtorgc Mason I-lxgh School Vwlcdnesday January 29 1928 It was a new and thrlllxng experrenct to be ln an honest to goodness hlgh school and needless to say vue were greatly ayy cd by the many new happen rngs that awarted us Eyen though we dld not haye the sophrstlcatlon of some of the older ones yye soon fclt at home ln our new habltat Our grade was dlyldcd lnto tyyo sectrons our home teachers belng Nlr Knlght and Nlr Krte The class has btcn ycry successful mn thc past and we see no reason yy hy we should not be IH tht future XVhcn we flrst came oy er we gaye five dollars to our pr1nc1pal to be used for beautxfylng thc school grounds We just haue bushels of pep and vu exptct to make our dear old school the best 1n the State -rf DO ifc- Mil., . 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' 11.2 1 -. :rj 5, V X lf' ff N i L l Gzmston Lzterary Soczety OLLOWING the custom of the school the Gunston Llterary Soclety held tts first meetmg ln October The followlng ofhcers for the year were elected Preszdenz PAUL PETERSILIA Vzce Presrdenr WILLIE KIDWELL Treasurer ORA LEWIS Secretary HELEN MICHELBACH Sponsors MISS PEoPLEs AND MR KING The socnetles hate been meetmg each alternatmg Week and the program commlttee has been able to arrange some rather successful enterta1nments One of the best and most enjoyable of the programs we have had so far was a debate the contestants bemg CATHFRINIE COBEN Affirmazwe PRCSSER MAHNARD Affrmatzue ORA LEWIS Negarzue FELIX HAwA1xs Veganue The questlon as stated bemg Resolx ed that long dxstance alr fllghts should be dlscouragecl We expect more of these lnterestmg programs from the soclety rn the future and lt IS our sincere hope that We may be able by these efforts to develop ourselves along llterary and aesthetlc lmes +-l52ln v .. .3 .. Y if ' ,f,.,u . za .1 A V . I A' 4, Y f rg f, - A , R. V - A V 1 - e 'f t I , Aa I ' , X f K 1 . . . Y . . I ' . 4 -1 . - r , . . A Y, Y,,,L,7,L , , ,,,, ,,, 1 . . ,, . . . V . - H 1 . Wason L1te1a1y Society our society nally xx orth whili Scxnral interesting programs were gixin during .hi tum xx hich proxcs the committu has not labored in vain XVh1lQ this society is only txxo xcars old wc sincerely hope to kerp a good rgcord and haxi somxthing for which thc future Masonites xxill be proud Tha Nlason lmrarx Socutx xxas organized for the msumg year 1n Oitobgr l97f 'I hi folloxxmg officirs xx in Llictad Presidmz Jfxxif s BRoADDLs K ice lfmzdmz V1Rc,1x1A Cfxximsi 1 L Treasurer GfxRxET Fmxcis Secrcfurq Vmoixifx A1 1 FN Serqianf ul Arms Jfxxu s GOCHENOUR -r+j7af4. I A ' , - 2?-gf' a . g g A W -ig ,gg Q , . . ll?" as N X W INTER winds have not blown away our hopes and ambitions of making . ' 3 Y v I y vw I . l V1 l Y 1 3 Y . Y D V1 5 P I b W A x I Y I V Y v , I l 7 I I 1 'X 1 I I ' Y. ' I i- v w 7 i 1 -V i ' ' ' ' i l L . 1 . Battalzon Stay? CLARFNCE B JOHNSON Captain professor of Mlhtary Scxence and TBCIICS JAMES J SCOTT Major Battahon Commander EDW ARD F BUTLER Ist I zeutenant Battalxon Adjutant IRVINIG KISSELEFF Ist Lzeurenant MADISON MONROE 7nd Lzeurenanr Battallon Personnel Officer Battalxon Supply Officer PAUI P PETERSILIA DOxx1.D MOORE Staff Sergeant Supply Sergeant CHARLES MANER Battalzon Sergeant Mayor +454y. sag, Q- Q' 'NA fwima l 4 I' Gym. Z I COXIIRXH D Sliff Capz' R C L tterback Lzeuf P P Clark Sat Patterson lzeut H Comm Lzeu! E F Burler ,.. , fm f Ar ', ' " I . l M " A: . , ,lx 1 .. l-tx-i - 9 7 ' I' ' ' Y -A ' Af' I gi , N," S H . 0 ' W I 4 F V' ,, ,,, x , V in F Q W . ' 1 , . x '- .45 , , V 7 ' Y ' ' , . :SQ WX R no nuuuuqulx "WU ext e m 01165 7 Nzzzefeen 11 eniy Ezglzt , J li X f Hzstory of Company D OR many years rt was the growrng deslre of the students of Cneorge Mason to haye 1 Cadet Corps l ate rn May 197 Nlr l udw rg who was the mllrtary rnstructor at NVashrngton and Lee Hrgh School came to our school and gave a lecture on mrlrtary traxmnv whnch broke the rce Shortly after our return to school rn l928 Captarn Johnson the new professor of Vlllrtary Sclence and Tactres at XVash1ngton and Le I-lrgh School came to our school and actually orgamzed a Corps of Cadets Cur unrt was to be known as Company D of the Arlrngton County Cadet Battalion NVe also had two members on the Battalron Staff They were lst Lreutenant Edward F Butler of the Company were Captarn Robert C Utterbaek Company commander lst Lleutenant Pomroy P Clark commandxng the flrst platoon and 2nd l leu tenant Harvey Cogan eommandrng the seeond platoon James C Broaddus was the Frrst Sergeant On the twenty second of February 1928 the Company made lts flrst publrc appearance rn the parade vryen IH memory of Cweorge Washrnvtons birthday rn Alexandrra The Company took second honors rn the Battalion whrch was very credrtable consldernng that he Company was strll rn nts rnfancy On thrs oceasron Sergeant Benyamrn Clarke was selected by Major Scott to serve as color bearer On the fifteenth of March the Company w as Inspected by Colonel Deems who congratulated the Company on rts excellent appearance The Company apprecrates the co operatron of Captarn Johnson Mr Kemp Mr Thomas Lreutenant Endrcott and Sergeant Patterson May the George Mason Corps of Cadets contrnue to grow and make the student body and Faculty always proud of 1tS name i X f -f REBS? l9fl V - ' O ' J.. '- f . - A . l aaa: L 1 32122, , - 'LL , ' ' - I l Xi 'gui l -- ' xc mf' , ' "x x ' Y i I I ' X 'I F I E A Y g 1 , , ' , ', 4.7, . ' , - 'l , ' 'A 'I ' I L I ' V I 1 3 I 14 I I D' 1 1 t A . I , A V 1 1 r 'ft s F . ' ' k ' ' 1 S s v ,Z k ' s u l ' who was the Battalion Adjutant, and Sergeant Paul P. Petersilia. The officers 1 , s .Z ' l V s - ' ' j . , V . V 1' - - 7 ' ' A Y F 1 l 1 . 4 D. V ' V , C 1 ' ' " 4 H r s Y ' V Y ' 3 gig . 1- 'V' Y it -1l:l ' . X., 7,-A 'fre I " i...,glM .' "1 P W,-P . -. g sa I - .,1, ' ' ft..- NS: H1 I t t 1 110111 L 4 1 :u"""' X OFFICERS CI UB ARI txt TON COUNTX cam TS OFFICERS Cwrxtx KRLC lXflCClOSlxLH Commander CXPTXIN Rots1RT UFlERBRClx ree Commander lsT Lufcrrx xxt Fmt XRD BLTI FR Sergeant at lrms MD LIU trx ut RoBt5RT BAXTIR Reco d Keeper XflF'VlBERS OF THF Cl UTS 'Xfluor James J Scott Capt rn Clarence B Johnson ftzptazns XX alter Hornc lxrug VlcCloskex John Bell Robert Utterback fzrst Lreutemmls Second lzeulenanls Edward F Butler Madrson Monroe Irvtng Klsseleff Wlngert Harrrson Frankhn Mann Robert Baxter XValter Torrence Xfleredxth Smlth Joseph Clark Haney Cogan Roy Clark ,HIS club xx as formed on Noxember l-1 1927 at the home of Major James J Scott for the purpose of brrnglng the offlcers of the Battallon rnto closer contact xuth etch othcr nd to dtscuss matters of rmportance to all of the officers Thc club mct cxcrx Xlonclay mght at thc homes of each of the offlccrs rn thcrr rcspectlxc orclcr On thc sccond of Xlarch thc ofhccrs club gaxe IIS first hop rn thc Ashton Hcrehts Club House tn l yon X rllagc lt was pronounccd a huvc succcss by cxcry one prcscnt Ihc musrc x ts furnrshccl by tht Dec Cee Jan B1IlCllYS Durlng thc Easter holrdtys the Club took a trxp to thc pcnrnsular stctlon of X IYLIHIJ usrttng RlCllD1OI'lLl lNcxx port 'Nlcxxs l-ltmpton Norfolk and fort Lustms xxhcrc most of tht ofhccrs xxtll attcnci thc Summer 'I r lf1lI10 C tmp to bc held thcrc ln thc month of July xxa12oFBt111R Is It Batt Adi -ff 98 A I . f - ' g ' -- f . ,. -lf 1 0 1 1' 5 O I X 32:5 : 33... AX111 tit' 'II I rt' fnly- L A u...LL-. - - " 4 F- Q -. C J' i ,. Vu iii,-n , NC' C ,s, ,,ff Q 5 . A . 'J X r ' f A 2 S ,r r- j 3 ' ' A ' VC' -, -3 , ,,: 75 C r 1 ZND LIEUTENANT ltavtxo Kfsst21,Etit2 Finance Offcer r It Q L , . L 1 ek' I . r Q. af . . V H ' V 1 I f. 5, X m vs v V v I H 3 1 5 if w x ' v I . 1 A xl 1 I ' v' 'w VL 'x 5 1 Y ll' ' ' ' ' , rl J ,b Xle l J X 5 rf. L . ' s is 1 ' t v ' 5 E ' A' ' I' ' 'M' L tv L 2 . D A ' ,ED 7 '- e , .1 Qeul. - Z ' FQ. - LETTER CLUB STA TISTICS OFFICERS Preszdent Treasurer Secretary JAVIESC BROADDUS OWEN A KEYS ROBERT C UTTERBACK Letters om G M H S B B 'Total BOYS Broadclus J C Utterback R C Petersxlla P P Francs G P Keys O A Butler E F Nlxon C Foote R Gary R Harclmg M Clark B Clark P P Stott H K1dwell W Cobean C Gary R GIRLS 2 IT! m +'l59l-+ C Captan of the sport VI Manager of the sport fr . . . . F. B. as. . M. B. B. , . . . .,,,,,.,...... ,..,, ,.,,,,w.,..,, 2 3 IQ , . . ....... ..... 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F oofball Captam Coaches Manager ROBFRTC UTTIRBACH CAMDEN AAD XVILSONI Pxtt P PLTERSILIA HE hrstory of George Masons football b ttlts of 1978 rs a tale of many herotc struggles and courageous iightmg but wrthal a story of rather frequent and bxtter defeats The ledger shows almost an even break vnth three gam s vton and four lost Numbered among George Mason s conquered foes are Culpeper Frederrcksburg and XX estern Hrgh School vyhrle the Orange and Black suffered defeat at the hands of Alexandrxa XVar renton XVashmgton and Lee and Eprscopal Hugh School The major part of the trouble lay n he fact that Coach Camden and hrs staff had yery lrttle expenenced materral around whrch to bulld the team In the llne many of the posttxons had to be Hlled by neva men who although wrllmg nd at tlmes yerv good were green and lacked the seasomng of the veteran ln the backfleld there vyer th ee yeterans of the squad of 1977 Keys and Francrs halfbacks and Captain Utterback quarterback lNlXOl"l and Clark were asslgned to the backfield thereby producmg a backheld that yyas lrght but one that worked smoothly and effectryely agalnst the best htgh school teams The team Petersllra and Foote ends Butler and Rayylmgs tackles Gary and Morgan guards Broaddus center Utterback quarterb ck Francrs Nrxon and Keys halfbacks P Clark fullback Substxtutes Brovyn Xkood B Clark rletcher Tlmberlake and Brenner Letter yymners Keys Petersllxa Foote Nxxon Butler Rayylmgs Broaddus Utterback P Clark Francxs Gary and Wood FIVE men vyon places on the All Htgh teams of 'Northern X rrgxnra for dlstrrtts A and B Francrs at halfback and Butler at tackle yy ere placed on the Hrst team Ltterback at quarter back was placed on the se ond team yyttl' Broaddus at tackle and Foote at end Nlorgan receryed honorable mentxon -Moy. . V . J V - . v O . . . . . . , 2 , . . ' . , ,, Z . V, ' r , ga 'A .' ' . 'e r ' .., . . ' Y' . . : . . . a . .. ,. , . . V Y , ',. . A ,. ,, , I Y , K . , V,. .. . .- , A ' ' v . V Wrestlzng and Boxzng Team EING fortunate enough to have one of our teachers Mr Endtcott a former member of the wrestlnng team of V M I we decrded to establtsh such a team nn our school Thrs rs the fxrst time a sport of thrs nature has wer been mtroduced into George Mason But however due to the lack of equrpment we dnd not accomplish much thrs year but we are lookrne forward to accomplrshmg more rn the future There rs also an abundance of talent rn the school and thus could be easrly developed The members of the team are as follows Wrestlmq Boxmq Gary Manager Timberlake R cott Fordham Francrs R Clarke 43 Keys Captam Sansbury 5 amy. , ,t,s..,,...,,,,, 135 ' ...,.,.t,.... ..., ..... l 5 0 . S ,,,,... ...,,, ,,,.,..,t,, 1 l 5 .,...,....... - ....,.,,. 125 Brown .....,,,,..,.,,,,,...Y...,,, 115 B. Clarke ...,..,....,.......,.,,. 140 A .,tt,,.,........,..,,,..,,,. 175 . ....,.........,,....,,., 1 ' '. ' .Y,t,,.. Yf,,,,,fv 1 25 ,,,............a,,.,,,,,.. 11' Boys Basketball Team Captam Manager PAUL PETERSILIA ROBERT UTTERBACK T the begmnmg of our basketball season prospects were rather dark due to the lack of a coach and a court of our own Practlce had to be carr1ed on 1n 1rregu1ar per1ods at Washlngton and Lee Hxgh School gy mnasxum The accompllshments of the team were due xn a large part to the fine sp1r1t whxch manlfested 1tsclf among the players The squad CODSlSI9d of Petersllla guard Utterback guard and forward Broaddus center Clark form ard Foote forward Scott and Hardmg guards and Gary center Thls vxas an exceedmgly fast and eluslve comblnatlon Seven members are to recexve letters Petersxlla Utterback Clark Broad dus Foote Scott and Hardmg Only three w1ll not be avaxlable for e 1928 29 season The school w11l especlally feel the loss of Broaddus our slx foot four 1nch center Durlng the past season George Mason scored 217 po1nts and thelr ponents 271 poxnts 4621 1 ry-,jg J ' " ' V: 2 ' , +gr,'a,4,l,,' ' ' ' 'zz "mf, l , V K 1 W W . , 1 V -.f ,- . 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I ' - Op- -. .- V Girls Basketball Team HE g1rls basketball team showed remarkable development durmng the past season consxdermg the handlcap under whlch xt was workmg It had no court on whxch to practxce regularly so had to make out as best It could But desplte fh1S declded drawback all the gurls worked hard and though they dld not wm the majorlty of therr games George Mason may well be proud of the fightmg sp1r1t exh1b1ted at all tlmes by her gtrls Ruth Gary fcaptamj and W1ll1e Krdwell proved to be very capable for wards the center posltlons were filled by Margaret Shepherdson jumpmg Cobean dxsplayed excellent ab1l1ty as a guard whlle Alxce Keller Lmden Thompson and Margaret Dawson had rt n1p and tuck for the honor of fillmg the other guard posltlon Part of the honors must be shared wtth Mr Endxcott who gave so freely of hrs txme to coach the team Altho the season may not be termed an extremely successful one the team has nevertheless upheld the ldeals of the George Mason Sp1r1t and good sports manshxp Wrth the advantages of other schools v1z a gymnaslum and a pa1d coach George Mason teams could stack up agaxnst the best of them George Mason IS proud of her basketball grrls They have carr1ed on -if 63 1-1- l I 9 center. Ruth Michelbach and "Gee" Helton alternating at side-center. Catherine BA SE BA LL Captazn Coaches Manager ROY CLARK ENDICOTT AND COBEAN JAMES BROADDUS ASONITE S baseball team for the season of 1928 shows prospects of makmg a respectable showmg Only five letter men Utterback Curtis Nxxon Hardlng and Francis are available from last year Around these men the coaches are bulldmg a speedy and dependable team One of the outstandmg problems of the mne lS 1ts 1nab1l1ty to hut ThlS deficlency IS be1ng speedlly corrected by the coaches m the past playmg Central Hxgh School and Devltt Prep of Washlngton and Charlotte Hall School of Maryland In the the d1str1ct league G M H wxll play two games each wlth Alexandrla Washlngton and Lee and Frederxcksburv In the Arlmgton County League George Mason w1ll meet Washxngton and Lee ln a three game serxes the wmner to rccexve a beautlful cup to be presented by R E Kmght '55 Son +fl64l'+ l This year George Mason will encounter much more heavy opposition than , D. I' TRA CK Captazn Coach OXYFN KEYS lVlR ENIDICOTT HE Track and Fleld rent al began 1n l92'J and 15 on the road to reachlng a hlgher round ln the ladder The xear of 1927 showed evrdence to thls effect when George Mason w on thlrd place ln the hugh school meet for Thlrd Dls trlct of Vtrgtma Four Hrst places xt ere won by G 'Vl which falled to vun the meet due to the losxng of most of second and thlrd places Gold medals were won at thxs meet by Keys Utterback C3SSldY Nlxon Francis anel Hardlng 'Ihese men were also ut areled letters Thls year 'lrack actnlttes at C 'Xl xxlll open Peprll Zl xx hen our team ulll be sent to the N1ttonal lnterseholastte nlrack and Pteld Nleet held at Georgetown UHlXCfSlIy Field Durtng the latter part of Nluy the team wlll agatn enter IH the Tlllfll Dtstrtet l-llqh School Nleet The team rs xery mueh lndebteei to XV A Dots dtng track star of George town Unnerstty and former member of the United States Olymptc team and also to Mr Sutter of Georg V1 ashmgton UHINCFSIIQ xx ho IS a star ln Fneld events +621 1 1 1 -1 , K , 11 I x 'f' V' 1, . 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G 3 x V1 1 V H 1 1 . e e . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . e e 1. 1 . . 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 11 1 e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 4 L L 1 1 - , 1 s 1 1 .. 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 7 - v r y 1 . e , 1 -gl IQ... ,, liilx F mm: 111111 '11 tccllfy fn l K 33555 TI-I4NKS' H1 la ultx and s ucltnt body of G orgt Mason H1111 School x11sh to txprtss llklf apprttnuon to thc coachcs of thc athlctlc tnms lor thc scruccs thcy hut rcnclcrtcl XX t rcgrtl thit vu ham not 1 QYITlI1'1S1LlITl and an cnclosccl athlct1c fltlcl lf 111. had such athlttlcs xx ould bt stlf support that m1kt cxpcnscs Hung unablc to h1rc coachts for tht xar1 ous tums wc ham had to dcptncl upon tht xoluntiry asslstan-.t from thost ot thc commumtx In thc past wc hut bccn Xcrx fortunatc to ham thc struccs of mcn who xxtrt txpcruncccl and xx ho hut placcd wry compct1t1Xc ttams on thc Hclcl for us It IS to thcsc mtn that we out thc h1gh athlct1c Splflf ol the school and tht first class teams that thu ham formed A numbcr of our boys and g1rls destrvc speual crcd1t for the1r xtrsa 1n sports and OIl7LI'YVlSL Our school IS a small one and many of thtm takcn part 1n all of tht athlct1cs for thrtt or four scars Among thcsc Robtrt Utterback and Garnctt Franc1s who were thrtt lttttr mcn last Tllcsc boys art to bt congratulatcd on thc fine showmg thu hare mad Among thc g1rls lmdwcll Gary and Cobtan ham. show ed that thu abou the awtragt 1n Il162ll' court game 166+ mlm have were x ear XX EYE flf 1'1 0 1' 1' 1' .1 U I' I fi" ' ---1-1 X' ' '1 Tf--1 '- fflzl ' Y- Sunni - V 1 , Y - Y' 1 1 A . If ' so ,f M9 fl .-.-,......! 4 K CJ 'S A c ' 1 t 1 ' c 1 , 'xl 1 I it K' 1 X g 1 v4'xl 3 c V! I I X . V! 5 3 73 V3 1 3 I w I x ' vm 1 X V I s I -1 v x v -5 . ing. As it is at present football and baseball arc the only sports L r ul' W. x sk. s' M L 1 A 1 - uk , V 4' L XL K V1 , V1 L J 'A I Y L ' ' A3 L X A 1 4 '. I YB L V1 53 V3 ' I v1 h L X Y' J 3 V YK X 5 V 1 .3 X V 1 'I 3 VN V ' H A 4 Y 1 5 X . .K 1 3 1 ' Y V3 3 I 3 I I . Q . X t L 3 v vu . m v ' 1 1 -I x ' ' vm I ' ' I H I 1. P Y 7 ' 'A I 3 i n' 13 '3 I 3 3 5 3 I V 71 M 3 J ' . T I 7 I " 5 l 'I I ' ' el A ! . V' V3 Y, 3 V3 Y 3 Y Y V5 YD J I . ' I . ,Z jg..- x'i,.,L e 111 0 1 1 e Nzneleen I t enfj fight 1 jui nflll' flze llumnz flssoczatzon INCE the establrshment of the George Nlason Hrgh School there has been a deslre among xts graduates to organlfe an Alumnr ASSOCIBIIOH to per oetuate the fond assoclatlon and frlendshrps formed rn the school Vlembers of each graduatlng class have sald 1 farew ell on graduatron mght realrnng that after that nrght they would no longer be 1n close relatlon as durnng the four years they xx ere together as classmates rlhek real17ed that the pleasures of assoclatlon rn the classroom or mn soc1al and athletrcal actrvrtxes connected wrth the school xx ere ended Grteluutxon meant the drsbandrng of the class members to ttlee up therr llfe s work or to contxnue on ruth advanced study In all cases rt meant that they no longer would hate an onportunrty to be together as a group of frxends formed an Alumm Assocratron for the purpose of maklng more permanent the frlendshrps of hlgh school dats lo enable graduates to do thrs Vlr W H Thomas pI'lI'lClp3l of the sehool 1nv1ted the Alumnl to a banquet on the nrght of December 21 1927 After the banquet members xx ere elected to fill the ofliees of the orgamlatron as follows P-XLI XV Du lreszdem Miss MARCARL r PITT X fee Ireszdenr 'vllss Mt tx Gt xscoch Secretary NIR Rm Pll SAHELII Treasurer eommrttee was appornted by the presrdent to draw up a consututxon as 1 polxex for the gurdmee of the orglmntron Fl lie eommrttee formulated a constltutron uhxch had embodled rn lf ls 1 blsls three mun fundamentals namely tl v An Alumm Assoenlron was to be orgamzed for the socnl beneflt of the graduates 129 1 o promote the mtelleetuml 'letlutres ln the sehool I3 lo 11d rn malxmg the sehool of qrelter Llie to the eOI11mL1I1lIX For these lei mls th Xlumnx Xssoeutnon desrres to burld a permanent orgtnnlatron Pxer W Du -r6,fe- , - - ' Sig-3, : Y- f - . :ll .Y i -ni: L I Hilubv e e 4 1 1' -" J ' 73? H 5 ,....., l "-4 P' 'f" ff , f . . . 'I 1 I 'A I 3 L .'4x I I I 3 1 A y xt I 1. - y e I L V, I 4 '-4' 1 ' s r 1 I ' I 3 YSL L X Y V3 1 y X nhl 'A D Q 5 ' 1 l L 3 x H V. ! L ' Yi 'A x h I g L I 5 D In I x LL'L h 3 L L x 8. I lvl I H 'I g 'X i ' h x v 1 Y V1 I 1 ye e 's ,. lNot berng satrsfled to contrnue d1sorgan1zeel. the Alumm have, as a result. 1 I LL I ' 3 L I ' 3 X L 1 7 -3 I I ' ' Q 'I I , . I . 1 . . . kv I I " ' I ' J I 3 X I 3 D A 5 Q 1 'I 1 v3 3 H u -uk a 'rl ' , v : A v . . A' V J x I 2 1 VU- I I l e ' 2' r .r . .' l . . . 'i .2 , I' Y H ' 'H . D I' I Q 1 ' V ii i . 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C' 771 I I F iight!! nn 5 ilu: Q guuflf' f School JN 0 es jlll year of l97f l978 has been one of the most successful school terms that C1 Vl has eyer had XVe eame back to school in September ready for vs ork as ue had three months of golden rest Our former principal had resigned during the summer session and much to our surprise and delight vxe found that the neu one was one of our former teachers 'Vlr Thomas The whole school rallied to his good leadership and soon all of the yarious teams and organizations were in working order and looking forvx ard to a big season in all lines of endeayor This year vue haye mtroduced many nevx organizations into the school XVe haye had the pleasure of haying cadets for the first time The boys are fast rounding into shape and they are paving the ground to get a chance at the XVashington D C cadets on a compet tiye basis They took part in the George Washington Memorial Parade in Alexandria on the 22nd of February and we might add impartially that vue had just cause to feel proud of them On 'Vlarch 15 they had Federal Inspection The football boys haye made the name of our high school resound around going out on the field to witness our first home game the contestants being from Fredericksburg High 'Vlr Duncan kicked the first ball over the goal post xx hich was receiy ed by our Captain on the other side and thus started the game George Mason veon by a score of 12 to 0 XVhen vue came back after the holidays the next big Job that commanded our attention at once was the publication of Ml XlORIlS A campaign was started at once for ads and has been going on exer since We expect to put out the best year book that our school has ex er had not that we think that vue haye the most capable staff far from it VVhat yie are doing is profiting by the errors of the pist years that cost so dearly On Vlarch lb yy had Senior Day Vlost of the girls came dressed up as small girls with their socks and dolls and lolly pops Unfortunately the boys could not take part in this because of Federal Inspection All of them enjoy ed the occasion and the rest of the student body Got a good laugh out of the whole thing XVell ue cant alyx ays expect to do the laughing XVe knove how to take a joke On the memorable oay 'Nlarch lv one of our teachers left us to continue her studies at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore XVe were all sorry to lose Vliss Sve ecker but we knou she vxill enjoy her xx ork and so vue wish her all the luck in the vyorld Upon leasing she was presented with a paint brush by Felix Hays kms to paint the toyxn red lune will be a month of sadness to some of us It will mean the seyering of all connections for about sixteen of us Plans are being laid for this ekent already +-l74?+ Q ' 2 . f , , . , , . 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