Mansfield High School - Manhigan Yearbook (Mansfield, OH)
- Class of 1932
Page 1 of 10
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 8 - 9
Text from Pages 1 - 10 of the 1932 volume:
CLASS WILL l. A1 Voepolc ' s Latin " Pony " to Bob Solford. Bob Folliet ' s roll with the tvnchera to Tod Seward, 3, Helen Yebolcr ' e boot wlshos to Lurtha Olfflo, 4. Oraco Ladd ' s uwett teaper to Sorubcll T.tlc.c r. f,, Bill Hnrrer’o public speaking ability to bill UcClor;. 6. Kuth pcrrtcttor ' o eklll In translollcr Latin to Bob Eorard. 7. Joo Sedluc ' a Dancullnc bNDdeo; nopa to Kdflle Clue. 8. Wpnr terry ' s forpetfitllnese to " Isiy " “olf. 9. Burold llorccr o darllw dlnplea to Jin HeH ' cr, 10. Tlnlfrcd Von Dereuu ' e cyeltoh curlers to Lois Enuehcen. 11. Cl eon or cllnmn ' o pomunent 10 " Dot " Baker. It ' . Bill Dros ' s olase skipping privileges to carl rickson. 1?, Dot Calms " and Petty fore ' s lelo a tstir to Pep Slrlckler. c-Jly Bnrnr, Carolyn Plnofrock. and Cone Ooroon. 14. Cecil Eououn ' o, Harold Alluffcr ' e, ' Ttnel p Brown ' s inter cot in usoeobllco to Dot Isuly, Louise drices, sod ■Jiito :• . If. Louis Johneou ' o passion for arithmetic to Bill ”eb " Saltb• 16. Dorothy Sturgeon ' s echolaotlc ataudlnr to Harvey Tllleey 17. Lddio Swetllc ' o orldouL sincerity to " Bud” Sturrco. 18. John .-iecly ' o luklnc woye In the cnfctorls to Jcuo Sweetcrani—not that he noedo It. IV. tlerle Spurrcon’o wulRilino to Howard ynl . CO. June Bacon ' o buohfullncDB to ferry Cook- 21. rite Golf ' d, Dick Hurtnun ' o. und Lnry Jo Johnston ' s ability to hit the rlfht note to Koslyn Todd a nd hie atreet corner oorenodere. 22. jot Currleen ' s, Fey Eruce ' o, und Cd t.lrton ' s Lit of otLylny up nil nlrht to erneut Thlte, Petty i-wllcholl, und kd Pluto. 23. Ccor.’e i-ehl ' o curly locks to bob hohrer. 24. Prank IdEttox ' n ushering technique to Verne IlrClhty. CP. Die! PuroMcr ' o ability to rro» a aousioche to rnrot Shlto. £6. V ' u hi on Jqdy ' s, Fob Cool ' s, and Did Calms ' on hoc to graduate to L11 lun Httic, hob Lye. und " Sod " Seycnur, respectively. 27. rtale lore for chealslry to Dot Faker. 10. hill tlufrncr ' e tiuok driving to hichard Yuylor. £P. Harold Vltoffrr ' o enirrmcpo to ray bin clnoo Milo to Fob ilelty. 70. " Bui ' " Arnetroti ' fl uuJ . .d Blrcclln ' o best alible to Vary ?bvbc mid Katherine Yonm:. 31. hayrnord urnt ' s cnrrry to Isorre Futile r. 32. Don 3’rlce ' o vocal qualities to Jeno Brandon. 33. lury Anno fslllett ' s freckles to Petty l out. 3-1. Li»ry Lou Hout ' e baby dialect to the riper twins. 36. Jiuiic Tuhn ' o A. a. points to tboee lney fcuileu who could Fet none otherwise. 36. Frank Hell- ' a Hypnotic powers to ,11 HurTu.n. 37. -lolao Loltty ' c pouce.TaHn. ' qualities to the ' .okelt brothers. 38. Qurflcld r.fiui ' u constant buttle to Joe): Tappon. 3V. The four Jtofer ' u lcavo their Identity to the r ' rec n tains. 40. Ldlth " Tel el ' e pep. via. u nl vifor to Carol brooks. 41. Bob Flnlcul ' s afnilnr utility to Fob Pbcrlln and id Fall 1 n. 4C. Don Howe ' s ideas about drlvlup u Cor to tetly Jane l nyd«r. 47. .ioy leusi-n ' s salearunohlp to anybody that wants It. 44. Don Vuth ' a polden locks divided equally between tbs Herrick twins. 4ft. -ary PoisunoB ' , Juck Kemio ' s, und Lyle Lheat on ' s swlRtila • nd diving trophies to bill dtoup, Harry Holies, and Jack i ' ualor. 46. Hurry Leuch ' a rules for better blnfflnr to .hiorel Beal and Jack LcFnlpbt. 47. Chuck Pbcrlin’e, .VI 7oc ' ele ' o, und Bob Sheldon ' o ettr- nal CL ' DraJtclilp to Gube i ' lne and l ' lt .- houdcs. 48. Jane ' a ncr ' is delarldated notebook lo iorl dreen. 4C . John Oross ' a ambition to " Dnd " jarey. Pi). As u whole tro claos ' s all-round ubillty In scbolar- shlp, athletic , and extra curvicular octivitloB to all euceocdlnp ilaaoue. 1 tec 3 !»e nonlnnte and appoint iilsu Bertha Futiersor. and ,5 r ? r a h c i tiseutors of thle, our Luj t Mil and .’osianent. Ij .I?.., 33 Ls, t)ie coccittce, have hereunto eot our hunJs to this, our Lust Mu uni Veotaccnt, thlp day or Juno 3, lu the year of our Lord 1932. JaLL BJ.tOB JOBS littLY BOB balli:-;? The fore roln lnatruaent wuo signed by the sold cob- -- A®! i” I ' r " ' ,lcc bJ then published and declared »o and for Ike class ' s L-.sr MIL .JJ? 7r.9T Sl-l.T, and at f 1 ' r 5‘ l00 f 1 1, JJld 1,1 lho PfPornoe of ee c h othi ' r, we here¬ unto subscribe our nuces uo utieBflne rltuerres this third day of June, A. D. lp?f. -ASK " ■1I30K J ' AH ' Y FOYD =i Class History p —— £ — l ' bj doth It oo. and eror to, Tblo voiceleaa, viewleea, Turner or the ifccol. VbocAO Hardy Tho whool or futa la turning. It turns and turns, uor olowa. uor utopo. nor 4«lts ror tin7 faunnn. Each soaont of our , llf« la recorded and never oua bo erneed or wiped out. This 1 ever t rnla r, rarer eeuilor, 1 b lllonod to tfco uosij-ned work of Ood. At Inal tho yrcatoot hope Of our Ilf tn ■ been ful¬ filled. ’To poor hum ns un for a while rrlrllojrod to rlow tho poot oat Of which oar wradgatlon he boon achieved. AbJ--lt ' B turning rlrht boforo oar oye» — we Ece--we un- dcrtUal. Thor a art twclre apokco— ouch symbolic of tho twelTO frreuteet years la tho livee of yennr peorle. Tho flrot olrht hurt grown sIcont Invisible. but ua wo poor Into tho whool, the luut fouT unfold boforo no. Tho ninth apoke la one of oncer tMnty--eo to say. for cwh little ■frcahla " la trying to attain poleo. It is hard to upponr nonchalant when tho7 really know not Jart what to do. Car ninth yaar won apeot at Junior Rlph School, irarlnw that year wo found " freehles " on the honor roll. There were freehawn In the Ole club, In the orchestra, and la tho hand. Indeed aa 1 look at thia tinea 1 fool It hue aoeethlnw to be proud of. with all this talent, hut 1 as anxious to reo what tho reculnlnr three Bpokce burn In olore for ul. Ab this fade b I hco a claon of two hundred thirty rtudeoto rntrrlnp Senior HIch School, otod ento who hare rrown Into a real co¬ operating group. I ecc their first cluna ccotlnr; their crude otteopt at parilaconlury law. l eeo a hidden jroaloe of the claoB. Ae wc race atcndl ly Into cur enctantcd wheel we tee nanea choncn from tto Glee club, nore untie b choacn for bond and orchootru, and oo tho athletic roll. Tho upoko le aimilwr. lit ue peer more Intently, for we know that tha two remaining spoken here core Burpriser than we over drcOE4jd of. and we want nothin? to lnpulr our alpht. The third spoke Id coning nearer and sc rosuno our looking in the wheol of—ohail wo cull It coasrico » ace tho flrot Junior olaae occtiru:. .twin wc find precise In this oluuj, -C find BOce of theas Juniors on the Hyphonerlun. Bo find b long Hot Of mars In all high cchool activities whore before only a few were round, turlnc this your the oIoob lost cany of It a cccberc. Social fimetlone were also brought about In thlB year, ' lth thooo thlnco tha pic¬ ture fades and 1 b pone. Tho one recalnlnc spoke Is coralni Into view. How proud and eelf assured thcoo dignified Seniorti arc; how they look down with disdain upon underelbaDr.cn: 1 me thee Senior at u class sec ting, how different arc the cathode of parilucentary law fron those they uaed akcu Sojho oree. i oa- nltteetf uru appointed to take care of the class l-ualncco. Tha loot social function of tho cloas la plonncd--the Senior party. Be doc them presenting a cltaa } lay. cyabolic Of their fine cIuob. Lnd one of wlJeb the echool e »y be . uetly pioal. The reflection in cc wheol growa dicker and dlcacr, itii 1 coo thoao iontore in their caps and cowub on the blm. ' Cdt nlwht Of tUlr Hvob thuo far--thelr graduation. They hf.ro received their f lploaaa acd with oqunred ahouldero they are .’oln»r to face taulr --rown-up life ae fairly, lc o;uurely, and bc lrarely us they have faced thdr you nr lived In hlch wchool. The picture Id rone; the laol Broke Is cone; a new wheel la bce-mi, and 1 an left alone In the dark net with ry c.otorlco. ttfG a . titul VNE A. WIL SOK.’ f?r Ikttf efforts irt mtiAwy Mernorfej “ j success t sv (UjtCA C .itif ivOChf. CIUPJO J- f
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