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it M. s. MAI-IAN
M. S. Mahan has successfully guided the Martinsville High School for seventeen years.
Under his supervision new departments and extra-curricular activities were developed.
The high school enrollment has increased from 313 students to 821 students since his
appointment as superintendent.
Mr. Mahan graduated from Indiana University, and has furthered his study in summer
classes at the universities of Wisconsin, Chicago, and Columbia.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Board of Education of the Martins-
ville Schools is composed of three men, each
of whom is elected hy the city council for a
term of three years. The president of the
hoard is Harry Dutton, who is serving his
second term on the hoard. He is the pro-
prietor of the Artesian Laundry. The vice-
president is Harry Deturk, who is also vice-
president of the Grassyfork Fisheries. The
treasurer is Dr. C. G. Rothwell, who is serv-
ing his first year on the hoard. He is a
prominent doctor of medicine of this city.
Superintendent Mahan is an ex-oH'icio mem-
Last fall, the hoard formed the Martins-
ville Athletic Association, of which they,
along with Richard Gemmccke, treasurer,
and Glenn M. Curtis, coach and principal,
were the members. The first act of this Asso-
ciation was the purchase of the gymnasium
from the receiver. Throughout this school
year they have put on a vigorous campaign
to make both ends meet, besides paying the
interest and part of the principal on the
bonds which were used in the purchase of
the high school gymnasium.
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HARRY DUTTON DR. C. G. BOTI-IWELL HARRY DETURK
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GLENN M. CURTIS
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Glenn M. Curtis first came as an athletic director to Martinsville from Rushville. He
had also been athletic director at Crown Center, Plainfield, Advance, and Lebanon. He
graduated from Indiana State Teachers College and has attended summer school at
Wisconsin University. He is widely known for his ability to coach State Championship
basketball teams. Mr. Curtis has been our principal for eight years, and has also con-
tinued as basketball coach.
Miss Louise Pavey is Mr. Mahanls efficient
secretary. She was graduated from Short-
ridge High School and Hanover College, and
came first to M. H. S. in the fall of 1935.
Maxine Koons is Mr. Curtis' secretary and
is in charge of the office. She graduated from
the local school last year and First held the
position of the school librarian. Upon the
resignation of Eileen Cunningham, who re-
signed to accept a position at the Grassy-
fork Fisheries, she became the head of the
Ruth Parker, has been in charge of the
school library since the first of March. She
also is a graduate of M. H. S. in the class
RUTH PARKER LOUISE PAVEY MAXINE KOONS
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