George Washington High School - Post Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1936

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Gingery is the responsible head of the in- stitution. It is his duty to make reports to the Superin- tendent of Schools and the Board of School Commissioners. He recommends appointment of teachers. Our principal also requests budgeting of funds and has the general oversight over the preparation of courses of study. In addition to these he also interviews all pupils transferring from other schools and helps make out programs for all students. It is he, also, who interviews failing seniors of the school. Mr. Gingery has a B. S. degree from Mt. Union College at Alliance, Ohio, an M. A. from the University of Chicago, and an M. A. ad eundem gradem from McMaster Univer- sity at Toronto, Ontario. MR. E. B. HARGRAVE ' Mr. E. B. Hargrave, vice-principal, has charge of adjust- ment work. He tries to arrange consultations between student, parent, and teacher. There are tive or six other teachers who assist Mr. Hai-grave with the 9B conference work for freshman students. He helps with the work in the attendance ofiice as well as caring for problems of disci- pline that arise in connection with this work. Being vice- principal, he must be ready at all times to help Mr. Ging- eiy with any work which the latter cannot find time to take care of. Mr. Hargrave has both an A. B. and an M. A. degree from Indiana University. MISS MYRTLE JOHNSON Miss Myrtle Johnson is our Dean of Girlsg but she works with boys as well as girls. Her chief concern. is with the needs of individual students rather than class work, although she has two classes in the English department. She administers student aid under the National Youth Ad- ministration. Her office is also the center of extracurri- cular activities and records. Miss Johnson has both A. B. and M. A. degrees from Butler University here in Indianapolis. She has also done graduate work in Purdue, Chicago, and Columbia Univer- sities. I2l gm if if UV' Wm. ahh ,asm ir' "'-"' f ibn 6. 3 English Martha W. Dorsey Virginia Cochrane Isabel N. Drummond Mary Glenn Hamilton Ethel H. Hightower Myrtle Johnson Amy Keene Mary S. McBride Margaret McWilliams Lloyd B. Mann Margaret Quinzoni Eunice Seybold Arthur W. Shumaker Elizabeth Marie Smith Bess S. Wright Mathematics Vivian B. Ely Grace H. B-arker Ross T. Campbell Rowland H. Jones Justin Marshall . fb , 31,-:gpg 53'-Gs. 1. s 'V ,4-Qs, , A' ,8- ... YP ' ,IQ Z lla' v 'e--- -Bc 4 O. W. Nicely Lillian C. Niemann Marie S. Wilcox Languages William Bock Hester B. Bock Iva C. Head Alice T. Shultz History Charles H. Money Anne M. Burge Cleon O. Davies Lowell H. Good Frances G. Moder Louise A. Ross Kathryn D. Schakel Emma Lou Thornbrough Science Elizabeth Hester Geraldine R. Johnson J. C. Nelson James H. Otto Harvey V. Raquet . . X' X 'Qrssg 3 """1 4915- Q.. 3 554: 'B gf 13' gs, 696 li, 'v . --H I. S. -.- x 4' .Q V QQ3. X TQ ' ?"o':fL.35 me "' one .M - Q-554 . V., ,aw- 5 'bv W mv- c" mf- g .. Q- 1' ,. my s WY T yi. E51 if Allan R. Stacy Estil B. Van Dorn Commercial Russell McClurg Paul L. Carmichael Gladys Ewbank Mary E. Laatz Agnes E. Meehan Samuella H. Shearer Art Ferd Brumblay Frances Failing LaVon Whitmire Industrial Arts Harold Harding Burton Knight Ira Melvin Ocal Muterspaugh J. W. Schell Dean Smith James Smith Home Economics Mary E. Cammack Gretchen Mueller ,..-- 4 1 4' If if 1 V .1 gg an ' af' 5 4, ,P if 3 ...av 2 .fx 975' Y ? 3 1 Q 'S' in , 1- . 52 X e :fa Qi: :ds-. :lb . , an i 1 ir B ,Quo y S ....... S M 3 M ,Q Q K, rg f , bg , 1 3' ., A, njy-g,,-..',,,3 J-ig, X :-'51 J A 'V' 'K' Elizabeth Randolph Velma Schaaf Catherine Thalman Helen Wallick Music Maude Delbridge Etta Scherf Robert B. Shepard Charlotte Crist, Accom Physical Education H. B. Bogue Leo Rosasco Sergeant Wolff Elizabeth W. Hatneld Mabel Loehr Librarians Gilberta Heid Pauline Vonnegut Offices Marjorie Walls, Secy. Margaret Harman, At. Clk Carolyn Kord, Clerk Geraldine Eggers, Clerk Edith Young, Vis-itor ..n.e,q,.,,, , IIWUOIVM1 2 Jin. 7 'N- QQ if 5 13 0' '1 8 J x ,, Q .5 MS- EQ QC We j Z ' ,iii - fu Q U, ,,g tzsllif , ,, ff.,--", .-" "Ql- ., X , , ' If ' A if A f r ry is , , t M- x , ' 2 ' 3' ig 4, 4 if 2 .3 J THELMA ABBOTT It's getting to be a with her. Q H J abit Washingtonians. FRANK AMICH Amicable Amick. FRANCIS AYERS Uncle Frank to you. ELEANOR AYRES I wish that I were twins. Washingtonians. PAUL BALLARD Love thy neighbor. Lettuce- eat. EVELYN BARKER All bark, no bite. Washingtonians. I 9 BETTE ALKIRE Divinely tall. Washingtonians, C.G.A.A., and Ushers Club. ESTHER ARMSTRONG Smith Brothers and Com- pany. Washingtonians. ANNA AYRES Are you really twins? Washingtonians. WALTER BAINAKA Red blooded he-man. Student Manager, Letter- man's Club. BETTY BAMFORD Hoosier Sweetheart. Washingtonians, Honor So- ciety, Senior Plays, Sponsor, Civic Quest, Stamp Club. FRANK BATOR A de-bator. Q' 9' fi IA 1 , rpg . Q ..-40' K krany 1 .'2"v-- ,J 'Pram 5 K , The ,,, AY9.--fr 7 ms. W 'io' .NWI v- L ' ,AQNA 1... fu 3' I ' nr ,.,A I il ' RACHAEL BAUMAN Quiet like a firecracker. Love in bloom. Washingtonians, Knitting Club, Ushers Club, Senior Post Staff. HENRY BEUKE Lessons in Blowing, Band, Dance Orchestra. CHARLES BOHNSTEDT The radio guide, Station BLAH. Scout Club, Science Club. LENA BRENT Puttin' on the dog. The Vogue. JEANNE BERNING Sweet, neat, and so petite. A little bit independent. Washing-tonians, French Club, Honor Society. ELIZABETH BOHLINGER America's Sweetheart, Rose Marie. Concert Club, Glee Club, Senior plays, Washington- ians, Honor Society. HAZEL BOYD Tweet! Tweet! Washingtonians. NINA BRITTAIN And now my saddle. C.G.A.A., French Club, Honor Society, Knitting Honor Society, Washingtoni- Club, Washingtonians, Ush- HHS, UShe1'S- er. LOUISE BROCKMAN CARL BROWN Dope Fiend. Wah-hoo. Oh Wfit HOW- Washing-tonians, Senior Plays, Orchestra. RAY BROWN GEORGE BRUNER A Brown blond. Georgie Pvrgie- I 10 l 51 M3 -2 ""f"" fs ,3,. x IAKQ -3 gf' Q' Q -4' X H 4 'O vgt -may , 55 ,Q v , 'W ,J 4? - :- We 1 gf! V ' . Q m . , 2 :.'W'., :li f 'HX 2 -7 S VOIN BRYSON He-man. MARGARET CASE The girl with dreamy eyes. She's some Case. Usher Club, Washingtoni- 3115. HELEN CASTER She's an oily-boid. Usher Club, Washingtoni- ans. DAVID CHAPMAN Rhythm is my business. Feature Editor of the Sen- ior Post a-nd Surveyor, Honor Society, Minute Men, Civic Quest, Officers Club, Band, Orchestra, Dance Orchestra, Vice President Senior Class. FLORENCE COFFMAN What's the brand? Washingtonians. CHARLES CONROY An elder man. Aviation Club. I 11 THELMA BURGESS At least one natural blond. Washingtonians, Junior Red Cross. WILMA CASEY She rates the front page. Sweeter as the years go by. Usher Club, Washingtoni- ans, Aviation Club, Girl Re- serves, C.G.A.A. RAY CAUBLE After all, it's a letter. Cauble-Cauble, it's the tur- key in me. FILOMENA CHARLETTA Dark eyes. Versa-visa. Washingtonians. MARJORIE COMBS Takes and types dictation like nobody's business. Latin Club, Washingtoni- ans, Usher, C.G.A.A. WILLIAM COOLEY C-C-C-Call me B-B-B-Bill. Senior Post Staff, Letter- men's Club. I -:Qi r,'s-"SU ' -w - : 'B Y:--., Q55 1-'S 'D T7 Sh-veg 33n,,Qr ,JM ANNA CORNWELL The bookstore will miss her. Washingtonians, Girl Re- S6I'VeS. EDWARD COTTON "The Boreboardf' Editor of Senior Post, Sports Editor of Surveyor, Honor Society, Civic Quest, Minute Men, Officers Club, Senior Plays, Yell Leader, Boosters Club. CHARLES DAVIS Toupee hair. Senior Post Staff. GRACE DAVIS Quiet Gracie. Usher, Washingtonians. CHARLES DE MOSS Airminded. VIRGINIA COTTOM Deah-deah. Honor Society, Civic Quest, Senior Plays, Washingtoni- ans, Ushers. JESSE COX He speaks for himself. Usher. JAMES DAVIS The grocery boy. Usher, Non-Commissioned ' OHicer's Club, Booster Club. WILBUR DELVEAUX Tall dark and ? GLENN DENTON Play-fiddle-play. 47" ' Usher, Non-Commissioned 01'CheSt1'2- rail V ,-.PS Officer's Club, Aviation Club. HAZEL DODSON Pardon my southern ac- cent. Spanjsh Club, Washing- tonians, Usher Club, Aviation Club. WALTER DOLZALL It's a "racquet" with th Dolzalls. Senior Post Staff. l12l 6 ,id 5, 5. O45 Y GAC. .5- I-.1-Q ,gf 'vi :sl is Q . , lf! 5' 9- --- di 'is Q 1' . . 30- M t of .K ,, . ,Y 1 s ' nv - g 1 4 F 5 7 5 .. We LS' . K , ' f ,Effie ,Jr 1 -'..3'-Tv' u 'J' 5 BENNY DOMOGOLIK Benny to you. HARRY DOUGHERTY Our handsome major. Omcers Club, Art Metal Club. MARIE DREES If it's news, tell her, can she keep secrets! Honor Society, Glee Club, Latin Club, Washingtonians, C.G.A.A., Usher, Senior Post Staff. MARGARET DUNN What! Washingtonians, Ushers, Booster Club. WILLARD EDWARDS Woman Hater Uokej., BERNICE EMRIGH KENNETH DORRELL Horse Laugh. Lettermen's Club. DONALD DOWLER He's the banjo man in the band. Hi-Y, Art Metal Club, Or- chestra, Aviation Club, Band, Spanish Club, Usher, Senior Post Staff. LOUIS DUNN "If I could only make the team." VERA DUVALL Fashion Note: Cotton Pre- f erred. up ......-f :fl ' 1 ,.. , I 'Jr ., . 5. r, - A 1 3 uw Washingtonians, Girl Re- A J, Nr serves, Senior Plays. HARRY ELLER Free Parking. HAZEL ENGLERT It's in the bag. That laugh. CiViC Quest, Washingfoni- Washingtonians, Senior .i ZIIS. Plays. ' . 0 .V l 13 1 fi, 1 JJ' wi W. sa., 'ft' ,rw CJ an --.f- 5? .a. TQ ri ..-.q. V, if-r X N. .ve ru mv 'S i :ul CLIFFORD ERNST Just another Crosby. Boo B-Booooo. Minute Men, Glee Club, Senior Orchestra, Dance Or- chestra, Senior Plays. HARRY EWING This quiet kind. Officers Club, Stamp Club, Science Club, Boosters Club, Usher. CLARA FARMER Agricultural advocate. Boosters Club, Washington- ians, Kniting Club, Usher. EUGENE FINDLEY It's the artist in him. ROBERT FLACK Popularity plus. Lil' Abner. Lettermen's Club, Capt. of football squad. WILLIAM FRANK Whistlin' along. I 14 LUCILLE ESKEW Is this Lucille we esk-ew? Washingtonians. EDWARD FAIRRINGER Give me some gum. JOHN FERGUSON My picture don't do me justice. RUTH MAE FISCHER She likes to be mocked. Washingtonians, Usher. RUTH FLETEMEYER Fletemeyer III. Three down and one to go. C.G.A.A., Washingtonians, French Club, Senior Post Staff. LOUISE GALLOWAY Where am I? Washingtonians. I H -. 1 3 892. I. - Of I 1' Rx , - Q' ni hoo." .Q . .. H Mn'-W ' 'U 0'--1 X RICHARD GARRIO-TT MAMIE GENTRY "From the "valley" Yoo- ROBERT GEORGE Casey at the bat. HAZEL GIST The school guide. Washingtonians. JAMES GREEN Green for President. The answer to a ma.iden's prayer. RAYMOND GROFF It's Jufne in January. VIOLET GROFF Hail to old Purdue. Washingtonians. ld 15 Another pretzel twister. Usher, French Club, Junior Red Cross, Washingtonians. PRECIOUS GERAGHTY You can never tell what is in a small package. Civic Quest, Washington- ians. Booster Club, Usher, Honor Society, Senior Plays. GURTHA GRADY I dream too much. Washingtonians. SARAH GREEN I'll say Tech. Usher, Senior Plays, Wash- ingtonians, Booster Club. VIOLA GROFF A Lang-uage enthusiast. Washingtonians. GOTTFRIED GROSSKOPF Boogy-Boogy. Officers Club, Minute Menj fl . Y.. 2 as .G 'J' ,iid ? J. ui' 'w 'Q- r 4 ,, ,i ,5'lAi7,,? ,J hi ,Y . w' ,f 'N QW" V' Q' I I 'N . -an 61,1 Y '- Q-'rr - --1. ' 11" 'Bon f 2 ' " Q ' 9 3 . 'QQ Q Q pn .......,. f.. , EDWARD GUNN Colt or Winchester? GEORGIANNA HALBING She did it in three and one- half. Usher, Washingtonians. LILLIAN HARDING "East side, west side, all a- round the town." Civic Quest, Honor Socie- ty, Associate Editor Seni- or Post, Business Manager of Surveyor, Girl Reserves, Jun- ior Red Cross, Latin Club, Washingtonians, etc. JUANITA HAWK In the market for a senior. Washingtonians, Usher. BRUCE HERRIN "In the Spring a Young Man's Fancy Lightly Turns-" Editor of Surveyor, Sports Editor of Senior Post, Minute Men. EVELYN HOLCOMB A jewel-ian Senior Plays, Washington- ians. I 16 LOY HACKER "I deliver." MARY HALTOM "For she's a jolly good fel- low." Washingtonians. PAULINE HARLAN Underneath the Harlan Moon. Latin Club, Senior Plays, Wasfhingtonians, Girl Re- serves. EUGENE HEICKEN Hitch-"hiecken" ? ELVIN HIGDON Thunder Lungs. Yell leader, Booster Club. PHOEBE HOLLAND A little Dutch girl. Washingtonians. l if -vii' Y of' V- Ql ,Q WILMA HOLLOWELL RALPH HOLMES Saturday night steady Quiet prevails. Aviation Club. CHARLOTTE HOUSER A Jonesgirl. Senior Plays, Honor Soci- ety, Camp Fire Girls, Wash- ingtonians. GLENN HUTTON Hulnjtton for Mary. MARY LOUISE IRWIN Bomar Cramer Prodigy. French Club, Orchestra Knitting Club, Washington- ians. DONALD JAYNES His mind is a Blank. Lettermen's Club. GERALDINE JENSEN Just waitin' for a bus. Washmgtonlans Booster Washingtoniang, 17 fl infer '49 EDWARD JOHNSON LA FRENDA JOHNSON ' The wind blew. Butler Independent Club. ,Ju ff-S Oflicers Club. W3Sh1Hg't0U13HS, C.G.A.A. WILLIAM JOHNSON ELIZABETH JONES A It's about time. Brucin' up a bit. She also 7, 'ga gf dances. 'Q' s...., W inf fx A .SQ 6 '--va' HAZEL JONES Pardon my swagger. Latin Club, Washingtoni- ans, Usher. EDWARD KASNAK You like 'em White-Ed? Lettermen's Club, Minute Men. FLORENCE KENDALL Strawberry Blond. The soda jerker. Usher, Senior Plays, Wash- ingtonians. FLORENCE KLOTSCHE Spell it, please. German Club, Washington- ians, Senior Plays. l 18 Washingtonians, Boosters Club, Usher, Senior Plays. LEWIS JUDD Dark Horse. l, 14, Of'Hcers Club, Senior class president. EILEEN KAUFFMAN Bock's Despair. Washingtonians, Booster Club, Senior Post Staff, C.G.A.A. WILLIAM KENDALL The Mob Scene. Band, Orchestra, Minute Men, Glee Club, Usher, Hon- or Society, Junior Red Cross. RUTH KNIERIM She's only a preacher's daughter. French Club, Washington- ians, Knitting Club. l QA . x we 'Q '63 nu- is 1 w R-jg lx 1. K 1 ,Arla 5 l 4 I if 119' M? p 5.-"" .P ,T 1? A f 'ff THELMA KNIGHT The Knight after. Washingtonians. VICTOR LAMAR He lives by signs. RICHARD LANGE He likes 'em Groif. Non-Commissioned Officers Club. HAROLD L-ATTA Has lead in his shoes. Science Club. BETTY KREUTZINGER Little Betty Boop. Washingtonians, Honor So- ciety, Orchestra, String Quar- tette, Secretary of Senior Class, Senior Plays. LUCILLE LANCE The' gal with the gags. Honor Society, Latin Club, Spanish Clufb, Art Metal Club, C.G.A.A., Washing- tonians, Usher. RILEY LA SLEY Longfellow. Lettermen's Club, Latin Club, Usher, Captain of bas- ketball squad. CARL LAZOR Watch the Fords go by. EUNICE LEE WILLIAM LENTS Not Annabelle or Jennie Hot head. but Eunice. Washingtonians. JAMES LENTZ KATHRYN LENTZ Mutt and Jeff. Major to you. Officers Club, Usher, Let- Ilonor Society, Sponsor, termen's Club. Washingtoiniian. I 19 l .fi-fa s....f 1 ., if gf Env mf .I -we f I i iiifh A wax Q X 1' ' M nl .rffir 4.5 LORENE LIGON ELVIN LILE A fiend for gossip. "Me and my shadow." Washingtonians, Senior Post Staff, Knitting Club, Usher. ' LEROY LINDER ' Popeye. MERLE MANERS More manners. Washingtonians, Knitting Club. f0""9 JOHN MARTIN i Curlylocks. WILLIAM MATHEWS 1, First land last! sergeant. ev- 1 ' 1 .- JOHN MCCORMICK v Nothing operatic about ff' 4 him. l 20 My old Kentucky Home. in ETHEL MARY LLOYD No relation to Harold. VVashingtonians. ROBERT MARPLE Paderewski. Glee Club, Usher. Ma K ALICE MASTENIK Alice in Washington. C.G.A.A., Washingtonians. will IMOGENE MAY April showers bring May Knitting Club, Washing- afs- I tonians. ,y ... , 145 "' . MARY MCCRACK1-:N Q Hurrah for Leap Year. J Washingtonians, C.G.A.A., ed Civic Quest. X -i Nw: I ,..fc.: -If 'l"""b K, ROLAND MCDONALD JOHN MCGREW - Lackadaisical. DONALD McINT'IRE Bashful Brownsburg B etball Boy. MINNIE MEADOWS Minnie Mouse? Washingtonians, Girl serves. CHARLES MEDSKER Read that Spanish! MARY MELLINGER Dangerous. V 'C QQ 'a BEATRICE MCKINNEY ask- A bashful girl. R Washingtonians. HENRY MEARS May I help you, please? OR. A O Q e- ll 9' ELLA MEDVESCEK . ,E ASQZJUQ A Regular Gal. ' Washingtoniains. V L I GRACE MEYERS , . Intelligence. Flackville Flash. Honor Society, Civic Quest, Washingtonians. Washingtonians, Latin Club. SETH MILES BETTY JEAN MILLER fSymi1eg, Absence makes the heart grow fonder. 'li -Ls- Senior Post Staff, Usher, Washingtonians. 21 l ' v v 1 LEONA MILLER OSCAR MILLER Montezuma's gift to G W Some Dancer H. S. Washingtonians. NELLIE MINNICK ANN MITCHELL The name is Nellie L1ttle Flrst Class but mighty. C.G.A.A., Usher, French lans Semor Plays Club, Honor Society, Wash ingtonians, Art Club. RALPH MITCHELL Scatter-brains. BERNICE MORGAN Extra! Washingtonjans. JOHN MURPHY Ooh! that wave. JAMES NEALY Peck's Bad Boy. BETTY O'BANION The Duchess. Washingtonians. MELVIN OLLMAN RAYMOND O'CONNOR Iceman. ELMER OLSEN A11-man, what a runner. Earl Liederman II or , , Strongfort. Mmute men, Honor Socmety, Lettermen's Club. RUTH 0TTO RUSSELL PACE Chevrolet, He sets the Pace. Washingtonians. ERNESTINE PARKER ROBERTA PARKER A crush on underclassmen. PaTk'91' here- Washingtonians, C.G.A.A. W aShiTl8't0Hi21IlS- ROBERT PATRICK GERALDINE PEEK Umph-pa-pa. She's the top. Band, Dance Orchestra, Washingftonians, C.G.A.A JOHN PEEK CHARLOTTE PERRINE a Boo. "Shorty". College bound. Art Club. Washingtonaians, C.G.A.A I 23 J .ic . N ,353 219 QQ.. , 4 V v f n- "- , 95- iw' v QU' 1. 6 . J "- 5 .Ja 'Siva 1 fr is . 14 uf-'v ,J x 'cf ,fy ALFRED PETTY LAWRENCE PFIEFFER Tick-tock. Tick-tock. Fie-fer-shame. L HELEN PIECZKO Just an old fashioned girl. Washingtonians. CHARLES PYATT Bobby Charlie, Cherry Pickin'. HELEN RANDALL A girl athlete. Washingtonians. ROBERT RANKIN Our very good fri milk man. Oiiicers Club. FRED RICHARDS Hold that line-with the girls. Lettermen's Club, Minute Men. LORENA POLLOCK Sophisticated Lady. Glee Club, Concert Club Senior Plays, Washingtoni- BHS. MARGARET RADEZ She has Garbo's Voice. W ashingtonians. ROBERT RANDALL What beauty parlor do you patronize ? HELEN RAY Ray! for Helen. Usher, Washingtonians, Honor Society, Knitting Club. CARL RJCHWINE Sour Grapes. Art Club, Associate Editor "' Q of Senior Post. E241 , .1 ri. 2,33 ' Qs .l ' ' , f - I C A W, 1'f ss fb gg: its Q. i 33 JP, Q ' KATHERINE RICKS Sorrel Top. Washingtonians. WAYLAND ROBERTS Newsboy. Glee Club, Band. ELMER ROSEBROUGH The office will miss him. MARIONETTA ROS SELOT Marion-et-a-lot-a-roses. Washingtonians. OTIS RUSSELL Five year plan. What will G.W. H.S. do without him? Honor Society, Minute Men, French Club, German Club, Latin Club, Senior Plays. MARJORIE SCHILLING She likes rich wine. Washingtonians, Dance Orchestra. I 25 STANLEY ROBERTS One of the Y boys. JACK ROBINSON Quick as-. WILLARD ROSEBROUGH Sectional Twins. HERBERT RUSSELL Or-ator. He'1l do something sensational-wait. Honor Society, Minute Men, Oiiicers Club, Literary Edi- tor of Senior Post. HERSCHEL SARTOR "Me and my public." Senior Post Staff, Letter- men's Club. CECIL SCHNARR Wake me up when the bell rings. l 3 .41 ,Mess- limi I , TUDNQJ Jiv- iw 'vv 1.4 uf . fi 1"-' . Mi, Q' gr" if! JOHN BOOTH SCHOLL Just an old cut-up. JOHN SCOGGAN HERSCHEL SCHUCK Aw Schucks. MARJORIE SHELLEY Professional Usher. "Truckin." Washingtonians. HARRIETT SILVIUS MARIANA SIMS One of Misvs Johnson's aids. Venus Cwith 2-1'mSl- Civic Quest, Art Metal Washingtonians- Club, Washingtonians, Hon- or Society. SOPHIA SKODA She slangs it. Washingtonians. VIRGINIA SMITH Cling to me. She came, she saw but she's still try- Junior Red Cross, Washing- ing. tonians. ROY SPEARS Ask him, he knows. Ofiicers Club. HARVEY SLAUGHTER One of the butcher boys. Honor Society, Hi-Y, Min- ute Men, Officers Club, Art Editor of Senior Post, Usher. ELEANOR SNAPP Our Eleanor Powell. French Club, Booster Club, Usher, Washingtonians, Hon- or Society. WILLIAM STECKELMANN When he attempts a thing it "goes over". A "Perry' picker. Honor Society, Minute Men, Treasurer of Senior Class, Senior Post Staff. i251 VI A 3 fr.- .ff . . .K X S-7,3 ' :ef N Y 5: . . v 1 1 Q, ... Q L A95,.94,' K 0' i -4, . pig ,nu-. U' , v 1-" LEETHA STEELE 'Cello everybody. Honor Society, German Club, String Trio, Senior Or- chestra, Senior Plays, Wash- ingtonians. JUNE STEIGHORST What kind of a horse? Washingtonians. LAURA MAE STEPHENS And she "mae" not. Honor Society, Washing- tonians. , MARY STOVALL Furnace Stoker. iw. W. Honor Society, Washing- 1"'1"' 1 T if tonians. . xr , E 1 t I LOIS S-TRUCKMAN She's quite an artist. Was he hurt? ' Art Club, Honor Society, Science Club, Washingtoni- ans. JAMES TACKITT Best and only call boy. lu- Civic Quest, Latin Club, Hi-Y, Minute Men. E27 NATHAN STEELE Rubinoff. Minute Men, Orchestra, Band, Usher. ALFRED STELTING He thinks much, but says little. MARGARET STOCKER Tennis Star. Honor Society, Washing- tonians. VALENTINA STROY Will you be my valentine? Honor Society, Civic Quest, German Club, Washingtoni- ans, Usher, C.G.A.A. ALBERTA SUHR Dignified senior. The silent policy. Latin Club, Washingtoni- ans, Usher. ELBERT TERHUNE Strut, boy, strut. Minute Men, Officers Club, Band, French Club, Aviation Club. I rv' Q- . 5 s - ' ' f ., ,aw . , ,jfjg Q A my Z, 5 5 . Q - 3 ' Y, I ' , Al ., .1 Biff' 04 . K 1 fag: . -I ,f'xwrfzw' ff Colman, to you. Remember the Junior vaudeville 'Z DORA THORNE Thorne or thistle? Washingtonians. F 9: . 'Y H ANNA TOTH She won't "toth". I Washingtonians. F., f-.., 1-' Q x CHARLES TROSTLE We're in the Army now. Officers Club. ,ff s . vu 4 r JAMES TUCKER "' 95- He's all eyes. 'av - L.. VICTORIA URBANCIC 1- "Oh, I want more." "' C.G.A.A., Washingtonians, Senior Post. I 28 RONALD TEVAULT WALLACE THOMPSON He eats Wheaties. LAWRENCE TODD If Qs That man-eating look. , 9 LEE TOWNLEY When Lee fails to answer in history, something must be wrong. DOROTHY TUCKER Who tuck-er home last night? Senior Plays, Washingtoni- ans, C.G.A.A., Senior Post staff, Usher. ROSE URBANCIC Why worry? Tomorrow is another day. C.G.A.A., Washingtonians. CHRISTINA VANCE She'll advance. Latin Club, Usher, Knit- ting Club, Washingtonians. J 55 Q.,- ' wo , . ti-1' w Jw thw- In if gud.. ill if ESTHER VIELLEBER Blue is her favorite. C.G.A.A., Washingtonians, Usher, French Club, Honor Society. THEODORE WACKER Hundred pounds in four years. - FRANK WALKER A sleep walker. WILADENE VIELLIEBER Just plain Bill. C.G.A.A., Usher, Washing- tonians. KENNETH WALDO He's a "lady's" man. DORIS WALLACE The eyes have it. Junior Red Cross, Wash- . .aa ingtonjans. MARJORIE WEAVER JULIAN WEDDLE A Cooley fan. I lost a sweater. Good h k ' . Knitting Club, washingfoni- Ouse eepmg ans, i Lettermen's Club, Minute Men, Capt. of track. EUGENE WEST CHARLES WESTENHOFER He goes in for checks. Oh-le-oh-lady-hoo. Letterman's Club. ROBERT WHEELER DORIS WHITE Don t be afraid to tell your One more medal and she'll mother. Orchestra, Dance Orches- be a General. Civic Quest, Honor Socie- tra. Band. Club, Concert Club, Washing- f29 tonians. l -0" -. u an ,sad 'K .Y -N, Q.. wr- f' ..--. x" 4 5 ,, . i t W i ,-5-1 ' Zin v iz- -at ' oe: 4 , fl , it Qu l ,mf XS' 65133 f A Q v.f' i Li? EBERT WHITE Over the waves. Band. DORIS WHITED Our little Nell. Wasingtonians, Girl Re- serves. MARION WILLOUGHBY ROBERT WILLS Our Barn Dance devotee. That strong silent type. Usher Club, Washington- ians. BONNIE WILSON My Bonnie lies over the ocean. Washingtonians, Knitting Club. DE-LQMAR WILSON Is my face red? Minute Men. DOROTHY WILTZ So does the last rose of BRENT WILSON If silence were really gold- en, she wou1dn't be a librar- ian. Civic Quest, Washingtoni- ans. MINNIE WILSON Not one of the mooching Minnies. Camp-fire Girls, Washing- tonians. DOROTHY WINTERS We've had enough of wint- 3'5- 'T s.... . in , .- if 1 T lx N n fl -shaggy -4,,"'-9-95 -, fi ,. ' -, ' ' ' WVKVLQ. gp' MQ "Vr- Q ,If 'Ski' " .. fi. ,f x ff summer. 912 ia Y' Washingtonians. Washingtonjans. I FRED WOOLDRIDGE DONALD WOOLERY Words can't say it-see HOW many YGHTS, DOD? Y ' picture Iron Jaw. -,7 -J Q, Officers Club, Junior Red Cross. I 30 J I 151' . 'il I sv W I f JACK WUNDER Can't dance, don't ask him. Officers Club, Orchestra. ROSELDA ZIMMERMAN Sweet and slow? No, deep and slow. Washingtonians, Honor So- ciety, Latin Club, Senior Plays, Usher. E311 JASON YOUNG ,ggi Infant. , - no "' HENRY ZUNK Last but not least. ,,, -Q Lettermen's Club. f... g SENIOR "The High Heart", the serious play on this year's bill, was a play of Civil War times, fea- turing the final incident in the life of Sam Davis, a confederate scout, who was captured near Pulaski, Tennessee, with papers contain- ing valuable information on his person. The Union commander, General G. M. Dodge, was so taken with the boy that he offered him his life and liberty if he would give him the name of the Union officer who had given him the incriminating information. This Davis refused to do, and his captors reluctantly executed him as a spy. The situation became even more tense when we learned that Sam Davis saved the life of, and fell in love with, Agnes, the daughter of the traitorous officer. "Suzanna Skids" was a very laughable com- edy sketch with all feminine parts. Everybody knew Suzanna-her mannerisms, her snobbish attitude toward those she felt to be her in- I 32 PLAYS feriors, her craving for social recognition-all the small bag of tricks that went to make up her type are painfully familiar. Suzanna Smith had social aspirations and lacked manners. For a long time she had wanrted to get into Mrs. Schuyler Curtiss's house and be in real society, but once there, she "opens her mouth a.nd puts her foot in it." The play was an amusing and witty study of a rather unpleasant woman who got her "come-uppance" in an altogether hilarious fashion. In "Three its fantasy, a made friends of each came t shown how strangely souls may differ from the human being to whom they belong. Pathos, gaiety, and wistfulness were combined with a big theme. Pills in a Bottle," chosen for little sick boy from his window with passers-by. Later the soul o visit the child. The audience was 1 33 ii ,. if -Qu ill Gs sc Wg .. 44 , vo av.. A X' ,- -- E 1 :HN C" ln.. gw, cis wg fn 4 1:4 Vf,-.P ,Y- ,Ja 4- , --' ..:, D . , -fx' 'V ' , .' J Q , , '. , .fn- 1 " in , A Pu P' 5 nm i in ' A rv ' ' N43-:.'f?f3A 1 E Yillllil JM x w L A 944 Ili Il LH UI! HJ Ps ff' f '- R'-1:32 H Qp1'wg'f'f-it cfs 11. 4" tb' Q 'if' Y-:"r:Fv fx fu 1 f ew f' fl . W. W LSL i:r-1 V' I' J, ,I wp x v ' 'J' ., fi, P. ,J tj 4 , 3 ' fb Ii M 15 ugh airway 1 ' 2 V1 45 'R 2. -. -D ,,.g lql' W . , I eff, 'f' .f I 0 'L U H' - 4 . 'b 3 U " '. 5 ' 'I E4-'1 ,5: . 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E331 f i CLUBS USHERS CLUB The Ushers Club is probably one of the most outstanding in service to the school, act- ing as hosts and trafiic officers. The hospitali- ty committee, consisting of the six pupils having the highest number of honor points, has the highest recognition in the club. Mem- bers must maintain a good scolastic standing and demonstrate qualities of leadership. Miss Johnson is sponsor. CAMP FIRE GIRLS The Camp Fire Girls have as their pur- pose promoting the health of itsmembers, making them useful and efficient, creating sportsmanship and friendliness toward others, in short, making them "All American" girls. AVIATION CLUB The Aviation Club was organized to stimu- late an interest in aviation and its possibilities. The members study new types of planes, theo- ries, statistics of fiights, and build model aero- planes. The present officers are: President-Charles DeMoss Vice President-Carl Housefield Secretary-Ralph Holmes Treasurer-Charles Martin Sgt.-at-arms-Herschel Shelby Sponsor-Mr. Dean Smith STAMP CLUB The purpose of the Stamp Club is to en- courageawholesome pastime, namely, stamp collecting. President-Eugene Leak Vice President-Cecil Whaley Secretary-Allen Smith Treasurer-Earl Wiseman Sponsor-Mr. Nicely KNITTING CLUB The Knitting Club is an organization of girls who are interested in knitting or cro- chetifnfg. The members are started on easy sweaters. This spring, the advanced members knitted suits. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Burge. President--Lena Brent Vice President-Marionetta Rossolot Secretary-Treasurer-Esther Adams Sponsor-Mrs. Randolph, Mrs. Burge LETTERMEN'S CLUB The Lettermen's Club is composed of ath- letes who have received letters. Mr. Campbell is the sponsor. President-Eugene West Vice President-Fred Richards Secretary-Richard Pottenger Treasurer-Willis Milam Sponsor-Mr. Campbell SCIENCE CLUB Members of the Science Department may be- long to the Science Club. This club studies all phases of science that are taught in the de- partment. President-Howard Krick Vice President-Thelma Kostoff Secretary-Treasurer--Helen Deatrick Sponsor-Mr. Van Dorn GERMAN CLUB The German Club was formed to acquaint the members with the German lite'rature, industry, music, art, amusements, and gener- al culture. The ofiicers are as follows: President-Valentina Stroy Vice President-Richard Youngerman Secretary-Violet Groff Treasurer-Leetha Steele Sponsor-Miss Niemann FRENCH CLUB The French Club, Le Cercle Francais, is to interest students in the French language, life, and literature. A part of each meeting is con- ducted in French. President-Nellie Minnick Vice President-Mary Jane Howell Secretary--Esther Viellieber Sergeant-at-arms-Gardiner London Sponsor-Mrs. Shultz HI-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club was organized to create, maintain, and extend through the school and community high standards of Christian char- acter. Any high school boy who is interested in the organization may become a member. Officers: President-James Tackitt Vice President--Harvey Slaughter Secretary-Treasurer-Ralph Cantor Sponsor-Mr. Otto GIRL RESERVES Girl Reserves, junior members of the Y. W. C. A., contribute services to the school local welfare organizations. The activities of the club contribute to the development of body, mind, and spirit which are represented by the triangular club symbol. President-Lillian Harding E391 CLUBS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society was formed to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimu- late a desire to rende'r service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the devel- opment of character. Membership is based up- on these four qualities. The names of all eligi- ble candidates are voted upon by the entire faculty. President-Herbert Russell, Harvey Slaugh- ter Vice President-Lillian Harding, Nina Brit- tain Secretary-Lena Brent, Betty Bohlinger Treasurer-Otis Russell, James Tackitt Sponsor-Mrs. McWilliams THE CIVIC QUEST The Civic Quest has as its purpose the pro- motion of better ideals, better citizenship, greater interest in current events and civic questions. Besides student talks, the members have been entertained by outside speakers. Anyone who is in sympathy with the purpose of the club and is able to pass the examination is eligible. President-Harriet Silvius Vice President-Edward Cotton Secretary-Valentina Stroy Treasurer-David Chapman Program chairman-Mary Mellinger Sponsor-Mrs. Schakel THE MINUTE MEN'S CLUB The Minute Men, a senior boys' organization, sponsored the annual Junior-Senior basket- ball game and gave the athletic banquet. To become a member it is necessary to have a "B" scholastic record and a character commended by four members of the faculty. President-Edward Kasnak Vice President-Bruce Herrin Secretary-Clifford Ernst Treasurer-William Kendall Sponsor-Mr. Bock THE LATIN CLUB The Latin Club was organized to promote interest in Latin and to gain knowledge not taught in the classroom. An amateur hour conducted by the students, several speakers including Dr. Magofiin, co-author of the first yeart Latin book, and films furnished interest- ing programs this year. President-Doris White Vice President-James Tackitt I 4: 40 Secretary-Virginia Buchanan Treasurer-Robert Mellinger Program Chairman-Marie Drees . Sponsors-Mrs. Head, Mrs. Schultz, Mrs. Bock WASHINGTONIANS The Washingtonians, the first Washington, High School Club. is composed of all girls of senior standing. The members act as advisors to the freshman girls and assist in the social and civic life of the school. The ofiicers are: President-Jeanne Bernimg, Ann Mitchell Vice President-Betty Kreutzinger, Eileen Kauffman Secretary--Nellie Minnick, Florence Kendall Treasurer-Margaret Case, Virginia Cottom Program chairman-Mary Mellinger Sponsor--Miss Johnson OFFICERS CLUB The Ofiicers Club consists of oflicers from the R. O.T. C. The ofiicers of the club are: President-Harry Dougherty Vice President-James Lentz Secretary-Harvey Slaughter Stg.-at-arms-Robert Rankin Sponsor-Sgt. Wolff THE CONTINENTAL GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Cofntinental Girls' Athletic Association is composed of the girls who take an active part in after-school athletics. This organiza- tion intends to promote the health of the mem- bers and create a sportsmanlike attitude. Each meeting concerns something of great i-nterest. A health contest is held annually as well as parties. Officers of the club are: President-Nina Brittain Vice President--Ruth Fletemeyer Sponsor-Mrs. Hatfield and Miss.Loehr ART CLUB The Art Club has as its purpose the pro- motion of art interests. The members study different artists and visit different art exhibi- tions. Each year the club incorporates a pro- ject by helping the art Work of a worthy organization. This year it exhibited a collec- tion. President-Dorothy Welch Vice President-Margie Cassady Secretary-Treasurer-Omar Townsend, Lois Struckman Sponsor-Miss Whitmire J E411 EM. if nfl! 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BOYS' SPORTS Football The 1935 football squad won three more games than did the previous year's team, and only Tech was able to keep the Continentals from scoring. This is the best part of the W. H. S. grid season. The Continentals won the first really de- cisive' victory in their opener against Bloom- ington that either team had been able to gain for several years. They looked fine as they fin- ished at the b-ig end of a 16-2 score. Their luck held in the game against Shelbyville, which they wo-n, 7-0. Then five setbacks came in order as the Continentals went down to Cathedral, 38-6, Southport, 35-13, Shortridge, 27-6, Kirklin, 26-7, and Technical, 13-0. At intervals dur- ing this period of play, broken arms and an appendicitis operation caused the loss of three starting men. The boys closed their season with a 7-0 victory over Manual. Score totals were 62 for Washington and 141 for oppo- nents. Those who won major letters are: Seniors, Captain Flack, Cooley, Sartor, Kasnak, Zunk, Richards, and Jaynesg Juniors, Pottenger, Shoemaker, Green, Milam, Schaub, Howard, Cain, Dean, and Linn, Sophomore, Carter. Basketball The 1935-36 basketball varsity "A" team won seven games and lost nine, making a per- centage of .4375 in games won. The Continentals won their opener form Mooresville, 38-35, dropped the next one to Southport, 24-18, and then won four in a row, taking Danville, 28-22, Broad Ripple, 32-27, Beech Grove, 15-12, and Alexandria, 34-29. The night following their win over the strong Alex- andria team the Continentals travelled to Greenfield and lost a one point decision, 21-20. Then came the city tourney, and the boys couldn't quite get past Shortridge in the first l 45 round, losing to the North-siders, 35-29. The Purple and White then took it on the chin from five strong teams straight, losing to Ben Davis, county champs, 34-25, Manual, city champs, 32-22, Noblesville, 31-23, Peru, 40- 30, and Cathedral, 42-24. Most of these games were lost in the last quarter. To quote Coach Jones, "The boys weren't quite strong enough to be in front when the final gun went off." The team won the next two from Bainbridge, 40-20, and Brownsburg, 39-24, and lost the last two, to Crawfordsville, 31-15, and Plain- field, 34-30. Washington won over Acton in the first game of the Sectionals, but lost by two points to Shortridge in the semi-finals. Hardin led the team in scoring with 117 points. He was elected co-captain for the 1936- 37 season. Hardin, Sartor, Kasnak, Lasley, Lentz, Shoemaker, and Pottenger won major letters. Merely to call attention to the record estab- lished by the Reserve "B" team, coached by Mr. Cleon Davies, is enough said about this de- partment of W. H. S. basketball. They won fif- teen games and lost but three. This includes their two games in the city tournament, which they won, defeating Tech in the iinal game. Truly a remarkable record and the best that a Washington "B" team has had. Four of the re- serve team members saw considerable action with the varsity. They are: Carter, Leerkamp, Miller, and Short. Track Coach Cleon Davies continued his annual custom of turning out a winning cinder team regardless of the kind of material he has. The cross-country team won seven of eight runs in the fall and took the city championship title. l GIRLS' SPORTS The annual tennis tourney opened the girls' sport season for 1935-36. At the close of the tennis season, the hockey season opened, with the following girls acting as captains of the A league: Victoria Urbancic, Rose Urbancic, and Nina Brittain, Intramural games were played on the school hockey field. Victoria Urbancic's team won most of the games played. The girls selected for the varsity were Evelyn Bonsteel, Nina Brittain, Laura Commingore, Ruth Flete- meyer, Eileen Kauffman, Ruby Kearns, Geral- dine Peek, Helen Randall, Rose Urbancic, Vic- toria Urbancic, Willadene Viellieber, and Dor- othy Welch. Those girls chosen for the B team were Marthajean Anderson, Esther Adams, Wilma Casey, Ilelen Cox, Marie Drees, Mar- garet Haase, Marjorie Meyers, Mary McCrack- en, Marie Mitchell, Mary Saboff, Ernestine Parker, Charlotte Perrine, and Doris Pottenger. A and B league basketball started after the hockey season with the following girls being chosen captains of the A league, Victoria Ur- bancic, Ruth Fletemeyer, Jackie Schanck, Mar- garet Haase, Eileen Kauffman, and Martha Washam. Victoria Urbancic'S team won the tournament held at the close of the season. The girls chosen for the varsity were Nina Brittain, Wilma Casey, Ruth Fletemeyer, Doris Pottenger, Miriam Pottenger, Mary McCracken. Jackie Schanck, Victoria Urbanic, Martha Washam, and Dorothy Welch. Those girls who made up the B team were Gladys Beckert, Hope Bright, Beatrice Brittain, Helen Cox, Helentheta Flack, Margaret Haase, Mar- jorie Meyers. Lois Miller, Eileen Kauffman, Willadene Viellieber, Ruby Kearns, and Vir- ginia Williams. The senior girls challenged the junior girls to a basketball game, the upper classmen coming out on top with the final score 16-13. Volleyball, baseball, and track are the spring sports for the girls. The coaches for the girls' athletics are Miss Loehr and M1's. Hatfield. The girls have been playing entramural baseball this spring under the following cap- tains: Eileen Kauffman, Ruth Fletemeyer, Wilma Casey, Hope Bright, and Dorothy Welch. SENIOR POST STAFF Any senior desiring to work on the Post Staff was permitted to do so. Editor-in-chief Edward Cotton Associate Editors Lillian Harding Carl Richwine Business Manager Joseph Meyer Assistant Business Manager Betty Miller Feature Editor David Chapman Assistants William Steckelmann Rachael Bauman Lorene Ligon Charles Davis Sports Editor Bruce Herrin Assistants Ruth Fletemeyer Walter Dolzall Club Editor Marie Drees Assistant Margaret Morris Literary Editor Herbert Russell Art Editor Harvey Slaughter Snapshots William Cooley Donald Dowler Reporters Eileen Kauffman Dorothy Tucker Herschell Sartor Victoria Urbancic Typists Office Practice Class Art Work Art Department Sponsors Miss McBride Mr. Muterspaugh Mr. Stacy Miss Whitmire l46l 47 www- f,,,.n,, r'-ff ,J 'W yi: 3 I 516, 2 . uc ' lb' 'AY .ai 'Q ,aw 'Mn'g.h!NH W' M am. , , 4- P ,mee pgirf Q f n S7 2133 ij MXL Q,-4 l""X ililizllts WWA x K .. an 414 ,M ' : 1 ,K lm 1 Y Y ii' E T. -: tag. 4 1 W ia " ' 9 f- i .5 sis-Q ff if: '79 qv. E481 A -,' fvp, ' an in xxx . W , E4 55 4 .uv ,,,g!r N. fr ' X 4 N X Nwge Q 3 CB I-Q. Y D X .gin 1 1 QM ig D CURLY LOCKS SENIOR PLAY HEROINE POPULARITY PLUS AND SHE FAINTED !!! DRUGSTORE COWGIRL DOOR-KEEPER LIKE A SWAN HENRYS uma SISTER STREANLINE A+ + + + + L49 50 SENIOR CLASS WILL We the Senior Class of 1936, of George Washington High School, being of sound mind and generous nature, and knowing that it is our duty to pass on our wealth to others, do make and publish this, our first, last and only will and testament. Article I Section I. To our dear George Washington High School, we leave our appreciation for making us the brilliant and remarkable class we think we are. Section II. We the Senior Class, bequeath to our posterity, the Junior Class, the Purdue Psychological Test. Article II. Section I. I, Don Jaynes, bequeath a Blank to Edgar Cox. Lewis Judd, bequeath my bashfulness to Bob Schaub. I. Bette Alkire, bequeath my towering stat- ure to Dorothy Swails. I, Ruth Fletemeyer, bequeath my wealk ankles to Evelyn Bohnsteel. I, Robert Flack, bequeath my popularity to Carl Overbeck. I, Vicky Urbancic, bequeath my ability to make baskets to Dorothy Welch. Riley Lasley, bequeath my net captaincy to James Hardin. I, I, Rachael Bauman, bequeath my musical scale giggle to Mary Saboif. I, Louise Brockman, bequeath my bottle to Florence Eastwood. 1, Ed Cotton, bequeath my marble rose shirt to Dick fthe hickl Pottenger. Mary Mellinger, bequeath my scholarship ability to Lawrence Scotten. I, I, I, Lorene Ligon, bequeath my shadow to any lonely Junior who thinks he can stand her. I, Edward Iohnson, bequeath my hot air to Bob Fidger. I, Betty Jean Miller, bequeath my cashier's job to Clarice Kanalac. I 51 Florence Kendall, bequeath my red hair to Freda Marvel. 1, Ann Mitchell, bequeath my perfect diction to my brother Walter. L Jack Wunder, bequeath my dancing ability to Eugene Brandenburg. I, Otis Russel, bequeath my five year plan to Homer Jeffras. , I, Lorena Pollock, bequeath my high C to Norma VVhited. I, Elven Higdon, bequeath my nonsense to Gus Guiifrie. I. Bill Steckelmann, bequeath my way with the women to Bob Gingery. I, Bill Cooley, bequeath my stutter to Red Howard. I, Elizabeth Jones, bequeath my boy friends to Bee Whited. Herschel Sartor, bequeath my hair cut to Dick CCurleyJ McKenna. I, I. Julian Weddle, bequeath my track shoes to James CRichardJ Boswell. I, David Chapman, bequeath my "instrumen- tality" to Bob Rothman. Jim Davis, bequeath my football shoes to anyone big enough to fill them. I, I, Bruce Herrin, bequeath my Surveyor edi- torship to any poor sucker. I, Louise Galloway, bequeath my gift of gab to Helen Ruth Cox. I, Charles Davis, bequeath my girlish Iigure to Robert Lile. Fred Richards, bequeath my chair at Oren's to Don Dean. 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