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B.S,, M.A., Capital Unif
versity, Ohio State Uni'
versity. Instructor in
Physics, Chemistry, Pre-
Induction Course. HifY
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HARRIE LEE BLAND
O ln e r 1 i n Conservatory,
TrifState College, Des
Moines University, Na'
tional Music Camp. Su'
pervisor of Instrumental
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versity. Instructor in Inf
dustrial Arts, Social Scif
Course. Sophomore C-lass
C. L. MACKEY
A.B,, Emory Eff Henry
College, Va., University
of Tennessee, Ohio State
University, Ohio Univerf
sity. Instructor in Gov'
ernment and Sociology,
Physical Education. Coach
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M1NN1E L. BOWEN
Bachelor School Music,
Oberlin Collegeg M.A.,
C o l u m h i a University.
B.S., Duke University,
Ohio Northern Univerf
sity, Ohio State Univerf
sity, Girls' Physical Edu'
B.S., Ohio State Univerf
sity. Instructor in Vocaf
tional Agriculture. F.F.A.
B.S., Ohio University,
Graduate Student, Ohio
State University. Instrucf
tor in Mathematics, Pre'
Induction Course. Aerial
MARY E. EYERMAN
AB., Capital Univcrsityg
Graduate Student, Ohio
State University. Instrucf
tor in Spanish and Eng'
lish. Spanish Cluh Ad'
visor. Girl Reserves Ad-
WALTER M. HMS
B.S., M.A., Ohio Unif
versity. Instructor in Ge'
ography, American His-
Page 13 text:
School is comparable to a grindstone. In like manner as the grindstone puts a
cutting edge on dull worthless tools, so does the process of education put a cutting
edge on unsharpened mental powers.
In the autumn of 1932, we began our experiences with the grindstone. The six
years of grade school gave us the general contour which would enable us to become
victors of the finer details sure to encounter us in junior high school.
During the ,first two years of junior high school, we were given previews of
various fields of study. By testing our ability and interests in the various subjects, we
were better able to decide upon the vocation we should enter and the course we should
choose in anticipation of that vocation.
At the end of the freshman year we had mastered the first year of study in the
course of our selection. Cur ofIicers for that year were: president, Jim Mock, vice
president, jim Hummel, secretary, Roseanne Warner, and treasurer, Jo Case.
In 1941 we again had to adapt ourselves to a different environment, Logan Senior
High School. The sophomore oflicers were: president, jim Hummel, vice president,
jo Case, secretary, Frances Thomas, treasurer, Marieta Cline.
In our junior year we participated in the drive for scrap metal and waste paper
in behalf of the war effort. Our officers were: president, Dick Buntz, vice president,
John Buchanan, secretary, Roseanne Warner, and treasurer, Mary Wright.
We chose the gardenia for our class flower, blue and gray for our colors, and
"Success is the Award of Merit" for our class motto. The officers were: president,
John Buchanan, vice president, Dale Bumgardener, secretary, Marieta Cline, and
treasurer, Zita Connor.
For the majority who will not attend college, the finishing touches have been
completed. Although at times the grinding process was unpleasant, we are not as
they who are struggling to accomplish a task with no preparation and inadequate tools.
We are now ready with our trained intellects to work for God, for our country, and
ROSE SUMMERS, Fourth Honor Student
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