Mount Union College - Unonian Yearbook (Alliance, OH)
- Class of 1941
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PUBLISHED BY THE
If SENIOR CLASS OF It
MOUNT UNION COLLEGE
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This Unonian is dedicated to friends of Mount Union College
everywhere who have built into it a tradition which we in 1941
attempt to uphold. Through the medium of our book we endeav-
or to present and preserve the records of the past year on our
campus. Each year it has been the custom to assemble material
representing our college life, to compile it in the Unonian that
it may serve to bring back fond memories in the years to come
and show our friends the happiness to be found while studying
Years from now, when our footsteps have long since ceased
to tread the paths of learning here, we will welcome the oppor-
tunity to leaf through the records of 1941, to meet again the
friends we have made, and to partake in memory of those days
we lived and loved and yet would live again. The personalities
and events herein portrayed have been impartially selected for
their bearing upon our college life. It would be difficult to show
any campus scene that would not bring back pleasant memo-
ries. A certain friendly beauty, a nearness to our hearts, in-
stills in us a feeling of love, a thrill of companionship and of
partial ownership as we persue the scenes in our annual. These
are feelings no one can take from us-feelings we may cherish
always and share with our friends.
May we express our deep gratitude to those who have lent
their support and cooperation to make this college picture pos-
sible. To those energetic and helpful assistants-our deep ap-
preciation. To our friends everywhere, to our companions of to-
day and our friends of tomorrow, may our Unonian serve its
purpose in keeping alive college days at Mount Union. As we
seniors take leave of our college, but not of our friends and
thoughts, we welcome those incoming freshmen who will live
the happy days we did. May Mount's tradition ever stand
staunch and strong in the years to come, may its friends ever
hold fast the memories it brings. With these hopes in mind we
Present Your 1941 Unonian. A
College years are rich years. Not only are intellec-
tual horizons Widening bu
pushed tar out beyond the provincial limits ot child-
hood days. ln college, men and Women are learning
how to think and to remember, but also how
t social horizons are being
to live. That is the reason college experiences are
such vivid experiences. The days that follow college
may be more important than those We spend in
school, in terms oi the problems th
the work that is accomplished, but they Will not be
more thrilling. The exhilaration oi newly-discovered
powers and the ecstacy ot new emotions, that come
with college experiences, are unforgettable.
at are faced and
May this record of student interests and extra-
curricular activities by the memories it evokes, keep
alive for all who have belonged to our Mount Union
family this year, the joy oi college experiences and
the thrill that has come with developing personality.
Charles B. Ketchum
President, Mount Union College
MELVIN W. HYDE, A.M., Ph.D.
Deon of the College
Professor of Education
HELEN B. RUDIN. AM.
Decm of Women
Assistant Professor of French
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lt is fitting that in this manner We honor William Henry
McMaster, President Emeritus of Mount Union College. Always
known as a scholar and an educator, he was president of our
College from nineteen hundred and nine to nineteen hundred
and thirty'-eight. We, the members of this passing senior class,
shall ever remember him as our beloved counselor and friend.
GEORGE FRANKLIN LAMB, A.M.
Professor of Geology
With Mount Union, September, 1905
BENJAMIN FITTS STANTON, A.M., L.H.D.
Associate Professor of Education
With Mount Union, September, 1915
ISAAC HEADLAND, A.M., S.T.B., Ph.D., D.D., Litt. D.
Professor of Religious Education Emeritus
With Mount Union, September, 1914
GEORGE ARTHUR CRIBBS, A,M., Ph.D.
Professor of History
With Mount Union, September, 1916
IOSEPH MEHOLLIN SCOTT, A.M., Sc.D.
Professor of Biology
With Mount Union, Iune, 1918
FOREST IAY SHOLLENBERGER. S.M.. Ph.D.
Professor of Physics
With Mount Union, September, 1918
ROBERT ELI1-IU STAUFFER, A.M., L.S.B.
Professor of Greek Lcrnquctqe cmd Literature
With Mount Union, September, 1920
ERIC ALEXANDER ECKLER, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of English Lcmqucrqe ond Literature
With Mount Union, September, 1922
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MARY WAGGONER ECKLER, A.M.
Associate Professor of Eng1ish Language and Literature
I1V1th Mount Union, September, 1922
WILLIAM MCLENNAN MORGAN, S.IvI., Ph.D
Professor of Organic Chemistry
With Mount Union, September, 1922
LOUIS ABELL PAPPENHAGEN, S.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry
With Mount Union September 1925
OHMER HAROLD ENGLE, A.M.
Associate Professor of Brology
Wlth Mount Union, September, 1925
ROBERT DEAN WRIGHT, A.M.
Professor of Physical Education and Athletic Director
With Mount Union, September, 1925
ALBANUS BLAINE KITZMILLER, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Psycho1ogy
With Mount Union, September, 1927
LUTHER ENOCH WARREN, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Education
With Mount Union, September, 1928
ARTHUR ENGELBERT, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Modern Languages and Literatur
With Mount Union, September, 1931
RALPH BURNETT TOWER, M.B.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
With Mount Union, Iune, 1931
HARRY GELTZ, A.M.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
With Mount Union, September, 1932
R1C1-IARD CHARLES HILDNER, A.M., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
'With Mount Union, September, 1934
ANN EASTON KERR, A.M.
Instructor of Economics
With Mount Union, September, 1935
HARLEY HERSCHEL ZEIGLER, A.M., S.T,B., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
With Mount Union, September, 1936
WALTER H. 1-IODGSON, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Music
With Mount Umon, September, 1937
ELAINE BAYARD HODGSON, A.M.
Instructor of Violin
With Mount Union, September, 1937
OREEN MORRIS RUEDI, A.M., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
With Mount Union, September, 1937
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KATHARINE A. GUNNELL, A.M.
Instructor of English Language cmd Literature
With Mount Union, September, 1938
IOI-IN WINCHESTER GUNNELL, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor oi Speech and Drama
With Mount Union, September, 1938
PAUL ROBERT MURPHY, A.M.
Assistant Professor of Latin
With Mount Union, September, 1938
RICHARD I-IALLOWELL I-IOPPIN, A.M.
Instructor of Theory and Piano
With Mount Union, September, 1938
I-IENRIETTE D. EYNON, A.M.
Assistant Professor of French
With Mount Union, September, 1938
MARTHA ELIZABETH AYERS, S.B.
Graduate Assistant of Biology
With Mount Union, September, 1938
WILLIAM ALEXANDER MABRY, A.M,, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History
With Mount Union, September, 1939
IAMES OSBORN FULLER, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Geology
With Mount Union, September, 1939
WILLIAM FREDERICK MILLER, B.D., M.S.M.
Instructor of Organ
With Mount Union, September, 1939
ELEANOR FIELDING CRIGLER, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
With Mount Union, September, 1939
WERNER A. BOHENSTEDT, Ph,D.
Visiting Professor of Economics
With Mount Union, September, 1940
IAMES H. CROUSHORE, A.M.
Instructor of English Language and Literature
With Mount Union, September, 1940
GERALD FERGUSON, Mus.B.
Instructor of Voice
With Mount Union, September, 1940
IOHN ELSON FRITCHLEY, S.B.
Graduate Assistant of Biology
With Mount Union, September, 1940
YOST OSBORNE, Litt.M., B.L.S.
With Mount Union, September, 1940
VERNA ELIZABETH LOWER, A.B.
OSCAR WALTEN DUNN
MARGARET CHURCH, A.B.
ROBERT HERMAN CARR, A.B.
KENNETH HELICER MCFALL, S.B.
IOI-IN LESLIE TRADER, A.B.
NETTIE MAY HOUSEL
House Manager, Elliott Hall
MARTHA GRANT ENGLE, A.B.
PERRY FIRESTONE KING, S.B., M.D
Chairman of Student Health Service
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A short interview with
College Book Store
The Administration Building
Registration day to many means old friends and new faces, to
others it means back to the old grind, and to some one hundred
and fifty freshmen it means a new experience. The first item is
the conference with the registrar to plan a schedule, the custom-
ary visit to the treasurer's office followed by a trip to the book
store to purchase necessary tools of learning. The popularity
of the freshmen is surprising as rushing gets under way and
pledge buttons begin to dot the campus. Football gets under
way with the usual enthusiasm, while the "sidewalk coaches"
make their predictions for the coming season. A coke at the
corner and then to dinner. The usual visitation following the
meal, a show, the evening smoker, study and then to bed.
Registration day should be the realization that we have a task
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Robert Wright Harry Geltz
Hartshorn Field was dedicate in W
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Western Reserve. Another important year 1n the interim was 1914 th
member of the Ohio Athletic Conference. In 1932 the
changed from the hands of an independent organization to
faculty and administration of the college.
Rigid academic standards have been set by the
cessary requirement for participa 1on in
compelled to master his studies as Well as the sport in which
ree that daily practice together with the a
The players ag
haps the toughest part of any nine game schedule.
remarkable success with his teams, and is looking
next year when he will have a strong crop of sophomores
group of returning letterrnen.
his regime at Mount Union College, Coach
Football is nothing new at Mount Union College,
having a history dating back tor nearly half a
century. The first inter-collegiate football game
at Mount Union was played against Kenyon
College on November 7, 1893. Mounts first
schedule consisted oi three games which re-
sulted in two victories and one defeat.
d ' 1913 hen Mount Union played host to
t' ' athletic contests.
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A three year man, Ralph was the real "plug-horse" of the
"lake" shifted to an end this year and could kick with the
best of them.
"Big Ed" opened up those holes in the line and was a hard
"Red" was a dependable back who could always pick up
a yard or two.
"Mac" has played two qood years of guard, but now his
number came up in the draft.
"Horse" played hard backinq up the line and stopped many
plays before they reached the secondary.
Dick is a hard Worker and We expect qreat things of him
A two letter man with plenty of tight and spirit: Myron may
also be taken by the draft.
A hard-hitting end who contributed greatly to the tearn's suc-
A hard Working back with one more year of competition.
Lee added considerable strength to the backfield.
An early season injury kept Scott out of several games but
has two more years.
Bolo has plenty of Weight and twice as much spirit to go with it.
"Rabbit" is the fastest man on the squad and plays in the
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lack is a sophomore lineman who bolstered the defensive
strength of the team.
"SWally" is a hard-hittinq end.
"Tim" is a sophomore from Whom We are expecting much in
"lim" showed himself to be cr determined and steady per-
former at an end position.
Georqe is a Sophomore haltback.
A junior who held up on the front line of defense.
"Chuck" is a junior who ran at the haliback position.
First Row: Coach Geltz,
Freetage, Lutz, Lovell, Sobo,
Vanaman, Palmer, Davis, As-
sistant Coach Coyer.
Second Row: Dakin, S aflorcl,
McC1'ea, Gaither, Domer,
Smith, Yothers, Schwalenberg,
Third Row: Iones, Alexander,
Halls, Meehan, Stephan,
Brown, Burch, Moreland.
First Row: Coach Coyer, Koch,
Meeker, Mitchell, Starr, New-
shutz, George, Miller.
Second Row: Bush, Sells,
Newmyer, Feckley, Myers,
Getzinger, Shondel, Lazear,
Ewing, Pugh, Smith.
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1941 Football Schedule
September 19. . .
September 27 ....
October 3 ....
October 11 . . .
October 25 ....
November 1. . .
November 8 ....
November 15. . .
. . .Washington and Iefterson
. . .Marietta
. . . .Wittenberg
. . . . . .Wooster
. . . .Ohio Northern
. . .Muskingum
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Queen: Christine Anderson.
Court: lame Criswell, Marion
McVuy, Christine Anderson,
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BA KETB LL QUEEN
Queen: Miriam Chcxmb rlcun
Court: Margie Schweln Ehzabeth
Hitchcock, Mmcxm Chamberlcun
President .... ..... M errill Purviance
Vice President ..Doroihy Haliermann
Treasurer ..... Marjorie Heasion
Secreiary ........ Lewis Lash
President ....... . . . Paula Karl
Vice President .... ..... D uane Crist
Treasurer ............... Harry Brown
1 Secretary .............. Iennie Morgan
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J UN I0ll IIFFICEBS
Vice President ........
Vice President ........
President ....... . . .
. .Allan McGaw
. Isabelle Gctlanot
. .Myrtle Denton
. . . . Dick Hurley
. . . . . . lean Stout
. . . . . . .Don Bieri
. . .lean Thomas
. . . Don Canfield
Firsi Row: Dr. Engle, Cain, Bauman, Miss Ayers
Second Row: Wilson, Scott, Iackson, Warther, Lins
Third Row: Balmai, Foltz, Gempler, Hammond
Weber, Sioffer, Wichern, Hirst, Spies.
Firsi Row: Dr. Morgan, Booih, Miichell, Weber,
Second Row: Werner, Hammond, Kressly, Corwin,
Phi Sigma . .
Phi Sigma was established at Mount Union in l928. This organ-
ization is a national biological society which promotes interest
in the field of biology. At each meeting, one of the members
presents a research paper Written by himself. The society brings
outstanding speakers to the campus and annually presents the
Ltchty medal to the outstanding pre-medical student. Dr. loseph
M. Scott is advisor to the society.
President ....... .............. .... D o nald Bauman
Vice President .... .... G eorge Cain
Secretary ...,. . . . Richard Wilson
Treasurer ..... . . . Kenneth Stofter
Alembroic . .
Alembroic Society was organized in 1932 as an honorary
chemical fraternity, with membership limited to those students
with sixteen hours of chemistry in B. Each year several nation-
ally important chemists are brought to the campus by the
society to interest students in chemistry and chemical research.
Once a year the fraternity holds a meeting which is open to
all chemistry students. Dr. Louis Papenhagen and Dr. William
M, Morgan are the faculty advisors for this organization.
President .......... ........... . . . Avard Mitchell
Vice President ....... ..... W illiam Booth
Secretary-Treasurer. . . .... Eugene Weber
Q Firsi Row: Hoidet, Miss Lower, Hcritemicmn, Hai-
, irich, Dr. Mabry.
1 Second Row: Dr. Kitzmiiler, Stephens, Icickson,
Lins, Smith, Decm Hyde.
Q Third Row: Whipple, Weaver, Foreman, Cohen, E.
First Row Dr Eckler Dr Morqcm Dr Shollen
berqer Dr Ketchum Dr Murphy
Second Row: Windle, Mrs. Gunnell, Hcfitermcmn,
Hultrich, Smith, Miss Lower.
Third Row: Professor Croushore, Professor Hoppin,
Foremcm, Mitchell, Booth.
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Pi Gamma a . .
Ohio Zeta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu was installed at Mount
Union College in l934. Dr. Ralph Tower Was instrumental in
establishing the chapter at Mount Union. The organization
aims to study society and social questions in the light of scien-
titic truth. Membership is determined by scholarship and char-
acter and may not exceed ten per cent ot any class. The num-
ber of chapters has been ever increasing until at the present
time there are one hundred and titty-nine.
President .......... ........... .... D o rothy Haltermann
Vice President ...... ....... H ertha Haltrich
Secretary-Treasurer. . . .... Verna Lower
Psi Kappa mega . .
This organization is the local honorary scholarship fraternity.
Membership is based upon scholastic attainment. Seniors must
have an average of ninety percent, and juniors an average of
ninety-six percent for membership. Consideration is also given
to character, personality, and promise of leadership. ln no
case can the membership exceed tive per cent of the student
body. This organization is the oldest fraternity on the campus.
Dr. Forest Shollenberger is chairman.
William Booth Dorothy Haltermann Merciel Smith
Robert Foreman Hertha Haltrich Ruth Stephens
Ruth Gottshall Avard Mitchell Ioann Windle
First Row: Haidet, Coleman, Hoiermann, Abrams
Second Row: Rose, Gregory, Iones, Purvicmce.
First Row: Morgan, Karl, Smith, Inglis, M. Smith
Second Row: Tournay, Huffman, Kirk.
ouncil . .
This organization is made up of the president and treasurer of
each fraternity on the campus. The organization attempts to
maintain closer relations between all men on the campus. The
council sends representatives to the National and Regional
Inter-Fraternity Council meetings to learn methods of group
organization. Dean Melvin W. Hyde takes an active part as
advisor to the council.
President ........ ........... . . .Robert Hoiermann
Vice President .... .... R obert Abrams
Secretary ...... . . . Douglas Wright
Treasurer .... ...... E dgar Bates
Each sorority is represented in the Panhellenic Council by -a
Senior, a Iunior, and one alumna of the sorority. The organiza-
tion helps to promote friendliness among the sororities and acts
as the governing body for them. Membership is held in the
National Panhellenic Council, and the local chapter is repre-
sented at national meetings. Mrs. Engle, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs.
Morgan, and Dean Rudin are advisors.
President ......... ........... ..... S u zanne Smith
Vice President .... ....... P aula Karl
Secretary ...... . . .Iennie Morgan
Treasurer .... .... B etty Huffman
First Row: Godlcxher, Smith, Bowen, Anderson
Second Row: Hecxston, Zeh, Shilts, Lins, Kirk
First Row: Bates, Moore, Abeqglen, McConnell
Second Row: Ne-wcrcheck, Boehm, Iohnson, Bull
Woman 'S Student
ouneil . .
The Woman's Student Council, as the coordinating agency tor
all women on the campus, is made up of representatives ot all
Wornen's organizations. Under the guidance of Dean Rudin, the
council attempts to promote the highest standards ot honor and
integrity in personal conduct. In addition to donating a scholar-
ship prize for women, the council helps promote the May Day
Pageant and the annual Co-ed Prom.
President ....... ........... .... C h ristine Anderson
Vice President .... ...... V irginia Goddard
Secretary ....... .... M artha lane Bowen
Treasurer .... ..... I ennie Morgan
Student Senate . .
This organization is composed of one representative from each
fraternity, sorority, and non-fraternity group. The senate is the
legislative group of the student body, and exercises general
supervision over student activities, organizations, and conduct,
and attempts to maintain campus customs and traditions. The
group sponsors all college dances, lectures, and publishes the
Mount Union College handbook.
President ....... .............. .... A l an Abegglen
Vice President .... ..... I ohn Beazel
Secretary ..... ......... E dgar Bates
Treasurer .... . . . Mary Louise Moore
First Row: Moore, Wariher, Kirk, Lins.
Second Row: Donenwirth, Dcrvis, Skinner, Addicott.
First Row: Gallcxher, Wqrther, Sparks.
Second Row: Addicott, Firestone, Lobb, Lins
Woman 'S Government
oard . .
Under the guidance of Dean Rudin and Miss Housel, the
Woman's Government Association interprets all rules and
regulations pertaining to the students living in the girl's dormi-
tory and the annexes. The association also plans for the Welfare
and comfort of the girls through the medium of house parties,
Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, birthday dinners, a
Mother's Day Tea, and the Christmas party for the children of
the faculty which has now become an annual affair.
President .......... ............ ..... B a rbara Kirk
Vice President ....... .... E velyn Warther
Secretary-Treasurer . . . ...... Mary Lins
Woman 's Athletic
Association . .
The Woman's Athletic Association is an organization which
encourages all girls to take an active part in Wornen's athletics.
The official governing board of the organization is made up of
two representatives from each sorority and two from the non-
sorority group. This board aims to develop sportsmanship, a
high standard of conduct, efficiency in play, and leadership in
a number of intra-mural athletics. There is a banquet at the end
of the year honoring those girls Who have been most outstanding
in Wornen's athletics.
President ....... .............. .... E V elyn Wartlier
Vice President ....... . . . . . . .... Imogene Gallaher
Secretary-Treasurer . . . ..... Iodine Sparks
Smith, Shoemaker, Anderson, Wcriher, Kirk.
First Row: Haidet, Buxion, Smith, Criswell, Miichell
Second Row: Abeqglen, Anderson, Jones, Wcrriher.
Lauriger . .
The motto, "Merit through service, and service through merit,"
signifies Lauriger. This is an honorary society whose member-
ship is limited to not less than five nor more than seven senior
girls. Voting of the active members on a list recommended by
the faculty determines the membership of the society. The
members assist the Dean of Women and aid in the guidance of
the freshman girls. The members are chosen tor scholarship,
character, leadership, service, and their general all-around
President. . . .............. . . .Christine Anderson
Secretary .... . . . Alice Shoemaker
Who 'S Who - -
Twelve Mount Union Seniors were named for "Who's Who
among Students in American Universities and Colleges." They
Were selected for scholarship, leadership in extra-curricular
activities, and potentialities for future usefulness to society.
"Who's W'ho" was established on a national basis six years ago
and is meant to serve as an incentive for students to get the most
out of their college careers.
Alan Abegglen LQVSIUG Haidet Avard Mitchell
Christine Anderson Mary Howe Iones Iames Moore
Sara Buxton Barbara Kirk Merceil Smith
lane Criswell Ralph Lutz Evelyn Wartluer
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Basketball at Mount Union College is just as important from the historical stand-
point as from the standpoint of games Won and lost. The sport was introduced
at Mount Union by Herbert lohns, and the first inter-collegiate game ever record-
ed was played at Morgan Gymnasium in 1892. Since joining the Ohio Athletic
Conference in 1914, basketball teams at Mount have Won the conference cham-
pionship eight times and have been runner-up four seasons.
This year again Coach Bob Wright's team had a most successful season,
winning fourteen games out of a fifteen game schedule. This conclusive recor
brought to Mount Union the championship of the conference and the mythical
title of State Champions of Ohio.
A team of unknown quality took the floor against Bluffton in the first ga .
of the season. ln the starting line-up there were but two lettermen, the remai:
ing members of the quintet being sophomores who had never yet had a tas
of inter-collegiate competition. The score of the game showed Mount the victor,
55 to 35. The team was fast and for the most part very rangy and victory fev
Was running very high. Never had there been a team with more spirit.
Bethany was next brushed aside, and the following game with BN"
provided the fans With thrills as the teams battled all the Way with the
Raiders hanging on the long end of a 45-56 score. Confidence in a great
began to flourish as the Raiders slashed Slippery Rock 60 to 34. Against
Mount was held under fifty points for the first time during the season as
beat Denison 49 to 35.
Wittenberg, Kent, and Bowling Green
followed and all three were disposed of
by scores of 53-45, 58-39, and 53-44 re-
spectively. Fenn was badly beaten as
the Raiders piled up 68 points to 28 for
the opposition. Hiram then made but
32 points while Mount totaled the un-
believable sum of 79. Muskingum, Kent,
and Oberlin fell on the short end be-
fore Mount suffered the only defeat of the
season at the hands of Wooster in a
road contest. The season ended as lohn
Carroll bowed by the score of 59 to 41.
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"Abe" was a consistent player and served as captain throughout the season.
"Stan" has two more seasons in which to repeat his All-Ohio Conference
"Gene" is a hard worker with one more year of competition.
"Brownie" has given two years and Will be back for one more.
"lim" was a constant offensive threat. Won his letter in this his first year of
"Arnie" is a sophomore letterman who always played a tight defensive game.
A three year man who could always speed up a slow game.
"Pappy" received All-Ohio and All-Ohio Conference honors and has one
great season left.
Rudy was always a scoring threat and received All-Ohio Conference honor-
"Mac" is a two letterman with a cool head. Has one more season.
"lake" is a veteran of three seasons who will be greatly missed.
Wilbur Reasch '
Wilbur is only a sophomore but should see much action next year.
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Under the supervision of Robert D. Wright and the department
of physical education staff, the physical education program aims
to reach every student and emphasizes the development oi funda-
mental skills Which can be utilized to advantage in the recreational
life of the students present and adult life.
Students are encouraged to participate voluntarily in the
varied intramural program. The intramural sports are arranged to
parallel the instruction given in the required physical education
classes. Thus a noticeable improvement in individual skill affords
1 oys' Intramurals fs
Girls ' ntramurals
many students an opportunity to voluntarily participate in intra-
murals as a result ot their instruction in the required classes. Vir-
tually every campus organization enters one or more teams in
the intramural leagues sponsored during the various sport seasons.
Among the various sports which the physical education de-
partment sponsors in the men's intramural sports program are
touch football, volleyball, basketball, tug-of-war, ping pong, play-
ground baseball, track and field athletics, golf, and tennis.
The Women's intramural sports program includes archery,
volleyball, ping pong, basketball, tennis, Mount Ball, Nebraska
Ball, and badminton.
Supplementing the physical education program is a lecture
course in health education for all freshmen men and Women which
all students are required to take before graduation. Emphasis in
this course is on an orientation ot the student in Health and Phys-
ical education with emphasis toward personal hygiene.
Each student is examined periodically by the college Health
Service and the results With respect to physical fitness are made
available to the physical education department for classification
First Row: Dillow, McNally, L. Haiclef, Pinnick, Traphaqen, Dun-
mire, Iohnson, Sabo.
Second Row: Arnold, Freshley, Gempler, Alexander, Ebbert, I
Pickles, Simpson, France, Starr, Beazel, Hamilton, Talaba.
Third Row: Brown, Shaff, Kitzmiller, Halls, Stephan, Orwick
Koch, Poxon, Myers.
Fourth Row: Moreland, Feather, Limbach, Schlotf, Ioachim, Cunin
E. Haidet, West, Walker, Hershey, Newmyer, Marfni.
Fifth Row: Rogers, Stafford, Colopy, Gaither, Bica, Freetaqe
loseph, Brunf, Wien, B. Pickles.
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Alpha Tau Umega . .
Ohio Alpha Nu of Alpha Tau Omega was installed at Mount
Union College in 1882. The colors of the fraternity are sky blue
and old goldp the flower is the white tea rose, and the favorite
song is "Sweetheart of A. T. O." Alpha Tau Omega was found-
ed at Richmond, Virginia, September ll, 18657 and its first
chapter was established at the Virginia Military Institute, Lex-
ington, Virginia. lt was the first national fraternity on Mount
Honors received by the chapter during the past year were
chiefly among athletic activities. They won the intramural
touch football and basketball championships. The Alpha Tau
Omegas also participated in other campus organizations.
Worthy Master ............................ Iames Traphagen
Worthy Chaplain ................... ..... R obert Dunmire
Worthy Keeper of Annals ...... ..... T homas Ebbert
Worthy Keeper of Exchequer ..... ..... L aVerne Haidet
Worthy Scribe ................. ..... L loyd Moreland
Worthy Sentinel .... ..... H arold Brown
Worthy Usher ..... ..... I ohn Beazel
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First Row: McCrecx, Young, Lash, Bates, Woodard, Briggle, Ycxggi
Second Row: Miller, Work, Schory, Doiy, Rose, Alexander, Schumm
Third Row: Souih, Rermels, Womer, Merry, George, Williams
I-'ourih Row: Lame, Schaeffer, Mcmi, Harrison, Slocrn, Knight, Bush
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Ohio Sigma of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was installed at Mount
Union College in 1885. The colors of the fraternity are royal
purple and old gold: the flower is the Violet: and the favorite
song is "Violets" Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March 9, 1856.
lt is the largest fraternity in existence.
The Sig Alphs held many offices in campus organizations
during the past year. They held the presidencies of Dip and
Strike and Miller Hall Board, as well as offices in the Student
Senate, lnterfraternity Council, and Cercle Francais. They were
also very active in the band and other musical organizations.
Stunt night was won by the Sig Alphs for the second successive
lst Semester 2nd Semester
Eminent Archon .............. EdgarBates Lewis Lash
Eminent Deputy Archon ...... Lewis Lash Edgar Bates
Eminent Treasurer ....... William lVfcCrea William McCrea
Eminent Recorder .......... Richard Mani William Briggle
Eminent Correspondent ....... lack Young William Wark
Eminent Herald ............ Howard Miller Richard Mani
Eminent Chaplain ......... William Wark Anthony Rose
Eminent Chronicler .......... Robert Lane Russell Woodard
Eminent Warden ........ Lawrence Yaggi Iames Knight
First Row: Shondel, Sell, Willmcm, Pugh, H. Smith, Lcxzectr, I
Moyer, Feckley, Hook, D. Domer.
Second Row: Wilson, Lutz, Lovell, Chcrrke, Dew, Mequhcm, Yohe
Abrofms, Coilor, Tetlow, Abegglen, Mitchell, Weber.
Third Row: R. W. Iones, Brown, Gregory, Mumczw, Ferris, R. A
lones, Davis, Bolmot, Foltz, Ewing, W. Moyer.
Fourth Row: Hostetler, Fieqenschuh, W. Smith, Cain, Hammond
Recxsh, Schroder, Coulter, R. L. Iones, Boster, Miller.
Fifth Row: Deshler, Roycm, Mcxyer, Brooks, DeWitt, Dokin, Schoene
Weiss, Hoover, Mock, Biexy, Meeker.
Sixth Row: Hurley, Bctuqhmctn, Ritz, B. Dormer, Getzinqer, Cope
Myers, Canfield, Newshutz, Former, Wolf, Benjamin.
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Sigma Nu . .
Beta lota ot Sigma Nu was installed at Mount Union College in
1892. The colors of the fraternity are gold, black and Whitey the
flower is the White rosep and the favorite song ot the chapter is
"White Star of Sigma Nu." Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia
Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, Ianuary l, l869. lt Was
the third fraternity to be represented on the Mount Union cam-
During the past year the Sigma Nus held the presidencies
of the Student Senate, Alembroic, and the Band. The president
of Delta Pi Alpha for the first semester was a Sigma Nu as Was
the business manager of the Dynamo. The members have
excelled in football, basketball, and other sports including
Commander .......................... ..... P1 obert Abrams
Lieutenant Commander .... .... D onald Yohe
Treasurer .........,.... .... F rank Cailor
Marshal .............. ....... R alph Lutz
Chaplain ................ ..... A lan Abegglen
Recording Secretary ........ ..... W illiam 'Tetlow
Corresponding Secretary ..... ....... M artin Lovell
Sentinel ................... . . .Stanley Baughman
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Fits! Row: Bauman, S. Lutz, Purviance, Moore, Cohen, Berrymen
Second Row: Burriclge, Hanes, Foreman, Coolidge, Home, Hart
souqh, Wright, Sheatsley, Haas.
Third Row: Andrews, Brown, Brcmgham, Hirst, Wallace, Wichern
Fourth Row: Bond, Schrader, Ball, Bumheimer, Barrick, Mcl-lenry
McFarland, Fulton, Dordea.
Fifth Bow: Crewson, L. Brown, Ashbrook, Stewart, Heaston, Mor
ledge, Murphy, Klein, Brittain.
Phi Kappa Tau . .
The Epsilon chapter of Phi Kappa Tau was installed at Mount
Union College in 1915. The flower ot the fraternity is the red
Carnation, the colors are Harvest red and old gold, and the
favorite song of the chapter is "Brothers" Phi Kappa Tau was
founded March 17, l9U6, at Miami University, Cxiord, Ohio.
The Phi Taus this year held the presidencies of the A Cap-
pella Choir, Y. M. C. A., Phi Sigma, International Relations
Club, and Delta Pi Alpha for the second semester. They also
held the editorship of the Dynamo and business managership
of the Unonian.
The chapter is now the proud possessor of a spacious new
home located oft the campus on South Union Avenue.
President ........ ........... .......... I a mes Moore
Vice President ...... .... R aymond Sheatsley
Treasurer ............... ..... D ouglas Wright
Recording Secretary ..... ..... M errill Purviance
Social Chairman ...... ...... I oseph Home
Pledge Master ..... .... S tanley Lutz
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First Row: Cooke, Hoiermcn, Cecil Coleman, Sponseller
Second Row: Boehm, Trupe, Curiis Colemcm, Wilson.
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Alpha Kappa Pi . .
lota Chapter ot Alpha Kappa Pi was installed at Mount Union
Colleqe in l929. The colors of the fraternity are Dartmouth
green and white: the flower is the yellow tea rose, in honor oi
Mrs. Calvin Coolidge: and the favorite sonq ot the chapter is
"The Yellow Rosef: Alpha Kappa Pi was founded at New York
City, New York, March 3, 1926. This is the youngest fraternity
on Mount Union's campus.
The Alpha Kappa Pis held the presidency of the lntertratern-
ity Council the past year and participated in journalism, qospel
team, Y. M. C. A., and intramural athletics.
President ....... .......... .... H o bert l-loiermann
Vice President .... .... ....... Pt y der Cooke
Secretary ..... ..... W illiam Corwin
Treasurer ..... .... C ecil Coleman
Historian .... .... H enry Boehm
Chaplain ..... .... C urtis Coleman
Sentinel .... .... D avid Wilson
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Long dresses and tails mean dance on a college campus and
here We are at the Sig Alph Winter Formal. A good time was
had by all While dancing to the rhythms of Tony Prose and his
We recognize the next scene as that of the Inter-fraternity
Ball. One of the informal dances, held for the first time this year,
the Inter-fraternity Ball will he quite Welcome next year.
In the last View We pay respect to the ever present chaperons
who are patient to the last hour. Here We have Dr. Scott, Mrs,
Eckler, Mrs. Morris, Dr. Eckler, Mrs. Scott, and Professor
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Pictorially suggested here we find everyone's pleasure. Always
the highlights of a college year are the dances, whether formal
or informal. The year started off with the fraternity and sorority
formals and the Homecoming dance. All along the way were
the informal house parties and Student Senate-sponsored all-
college dances. The annual Christmas party, followed by the
beginning of second semester and the Washington's Birthday
Ball. Then too we must not forget the dance representing a most
successful basketball season. Mounts first lnterfraternity Ball
was a howling success and has promise of repetition. We could
never forget the Iunior Prom and the Prom Queen, all of which
is the gayest affair of the entire year. A heat wave hits us about
now accompanied by the fraternity and sorority spring forrnals.
Here the season of dances ends and--Well, did everyone have
a good time?
F1rstRow Woods Blackwood Maholm Noble Anderson Smrth
Crxswell Zeh Hartnch Graybrll
Second Row Merkel Wariher DGVIS Sheatsley Iones C Mac
Kenz1e Floyd Shllts Kayler
Peel Evans Nye
Fourth Row Bauman Hall Thompson Beal Blum Herbert Wag
ner I-Irtchcock Waller Glenwrxqht
Frith Row Dunzwerler R MGCKSHZIG Davres Weaver Shaweker
Voelm Frhplc Cohen Glass
Third Row: Addicoit, McConnell, Shutt, IVIcGrew, Quillen, Morgan ,fl ll Y Al
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Alpha Xi neun . .
Gamma of Alpha Xi Delta Was installed at Mount Union Col-
lege in 1902. The colors of the sorority are double blue and
gold, the flower is the pink Killarney rose: and the favorite song
is "We're All Good Sisters." Alpha Xi Delta Was founded at
Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, April 17, l893. lt Was the
first sorority represented at Mount Union College.
The long list of laurels Won by the Alpha Xis this year in-
cludes the presidencies ot the Woman's Student Council, Wo-
man's Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Pi Gamma Mu, Laur-
iger, and the Methodist Student Council. In a picturesque
manner they also won the annual Stunt Night competition. The
Homecoming Queen and one member of her court were sisters
of Alpha Xi Delta.
President ....... ............... ....... M e rciel Smith
Vice President ........... .... C hristine Anderson
Recording Secretary ........ .... M ary Kay Maholm
Corresponding Secretary ..... .... M artha Blackwood
Treasurer ................. ......... B etty Zeh
Historian ................ .... M arian Kayler
Marshal ................. .... E velyn Warther
. . . . .Virginia Nye
. . . .lane Criswell
Iournal Correspondent ....
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First Row: Bowen, Shoemaker, Moore, Garman, Mrs. Keller, Kirk
Sparks, Snyder, Inglis.
Second Row: lohns, Drake, Chamberlain, Karl, Wagner, Lobb
Third Row: Nimrnons, Schwein, Kitzmillet, Gamble, Heastand
King, Littleton, Burton.
Fourth Row: Donenwirth, Stout, Leonard, Nichols, Payne, Longs-
worth, Byrer, Davis, Church, Kintner.
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Delta Delta Delta . .
Delta Nu ot Delta Delta Delta was installed at Mount Union
College in 1914. The colors ot the sorority are silver, gold, and
blue: the flower is the pansyy and the favorite song is "Gleam-
ing White Pearl." Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston
University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. Nationally it is the third
The Tri Deltas held many important offices in campus organi-
zations during the past year. They Won the "A" Team Basket-
ball Championship, and placed five members on the Yale-Han
vard teams. They held the presidencies of the Woman's Gov-
ernment Association, Elliott Hall Board, and junior class. The
Basketball Queen and one member ot her court, and one mem-
ber of the Homecoming Court were Tri Deltas.
President ........... ............... ...... B a rbara Kirk
Vice President ........ ............ .... E l eanor Garrnan
Recording Secretary ...... ..... D orothy Snyder
Corresponding Secretary. . . . . .Helen Wensinger
Treasurer .............. ....... N ancy Inglis
Marshal ..... .... A lice Shoemaker
Chaplain .... .... M ary Lou Moore
Historian .,.. . . . . .Martha lane Bowen
First Row: Howe, Collins, Carpenler, Heuslon, Rohrbcxcher, Huff
Second Row: Hanna, Ferguson, Schneider, Stout, M. Moremcn, E
Schmittle, L. Schmittle, Lomb.
Third Row: Skinner, Newton, Halton, Wybel, Firestone, Williams
Fourth Row: Kennedy, Mayhew, Zimcr, Cribbs, McGoniqcc1, C
Moremcm, Monteiih, McEwan, Miller.
Alpha Chi Umega . .
Alpha Eta of Alpha Chi Omega was installed at Mount Union
College in 1920. The colors of the sorority are scarlet and olive
green: the flowers are the scarlet Carnation and srnilaxg and the
favorite song is "Sweet Alpha Chi Girl." Alpha Chi Omega
Was founded at De Pauw University, October 15, 1885, lt is
the only international sorority represented on the campus.
The members of the sorority have been active in athletics
and campus organizations including Y. W. C. A., Dynamo, A
Cappella Choir, and Unonian. They Won the prize for Home-
coming decorations for the third successive year. The Alpha
Chis held the presidency of the Dynamo Association and the
general chairmanship of May Day.
President ......................... ..... M arjorie Heaston
Vice President ............ .... I ane Rohrbacher
Corresponding Secretary .... .... B etty Huffman
Recording Secretary ...... ..... I ean Carpenter
Treasurer ............... ....... B etty Lynn
Historian ..... .... M ary Lee Stout
Chaplain ..... ....... D oris Skinner
Warden ...... .... V irginia Kennedy
Lyre Editor ...... .. .... Claudia Ferguson
First Row: Kalman, S. Smith, Goddard, Gallcrher, Tourney,
Second Row: L. Harsany, Desautels, Newacheck, Lemke, Wang.
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Kappa elta . .
Alpha Beta of Kappa Delta was installed at Mount Union College
in 1924. The colors of the sorority are olive green and pearl
Whitey the flower is the White rose, and the favorite song of the
chapter is "The White Rose." Kappa Delta was founded at
Virginia State Normal School at Farmington, Virginia, October
23, 1897. It is the youngest sorority chapter on the Mount Union
The Kappa Deltas were very active in girl's athletics again
this year. They Won the Mount Ball and the Nebraska Ball
tournaments and placed several members on the Yale and
Harvard teams. The chapter held the presidency of the Pan-
hellenic Council this year and was active in music, science,
journalism, and various campus organizations.
President ........ .............. . . .lmogene Gallaher
Vice President .... . . . .... Suzanne Smitn
Secretary ....... .... M ary Stephens
Treasurer ....... ....... R uth Stephens
Editor ............ . . . Virginia Goddard
Social Chairman .... ..... l-l azel Waltz
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First Row: Scott, Denton, Marquis, Echols, McGaw, Trader, Thomas
Second Row: Reichert, Marshall, Iohnson, SUPP. Hall, Buchanan
White, McCann, Parrish.
Third Row: Burqett, Freebum, Ryan, Couchie, W. Difford, Cope
Signet C ub
The Signet Club was organized in 1934. Membership consists
of those students who are not attiliated with the fraternities or
sororities. ln this way it is possible for these students to enjoy
some of the social advantages afforded by fraternities. The club
aims to develop leadership and executive ability without the
backing of a national organization.
The organization has equal representation with fraternities
and sororities in the Student Senate. The members oi this
organization participate in men's and Women's intramural
athletics and are active in various campus student organizations.
The Signet Club sponsors a dance each year at which repre-
sentatives ot the fraternities and sororities are present. The
group maintains a club room for women in Morgan Gymnasium
and one for men in Miller Hall.
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May Queen by or visiting cxrtist, cmd reigned over the festivities. The members
of the court were Miriam Chamberlain, Pcrulcx Karl, Carol MacKenzie, Iodine
Sparks, crnd Helen Wensinqer.
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3-Fenn at Cleveland
7-Wooster at Wooster
10-Allegheny at Mount Union
14-Hiram at Mount Union
l7-District Meet at Geneva College
Zl-Kent State at Mount Union
D. Iones, R. Iones, Haiclet, Wise, Difford, Stewart.
Second Row: Manager Gempler, Stephen, Kitzmiller, Reasch, Schoeneweiss
-Wooster at Wooster
2-Hiram at Mount Union
3-Penn at Cleveland
12-Youngstown at Youngstown
l6-Wooster at Mount Union
19-Alleqheny at Mount Union
22-Penn at Mount Union
23-Hiram at Hiram
27-Younqstown at Mount Union
Yohe, Halls, Schrader.
Second Row: Detwiler, Dunmire, Crist, Erickson, Manager Abrams.
-Hiram at Mount Union
May 6-Wooster at Mount Union
May 13-Vlfooster at Mount Union
May 26-Hiram at Aurora Country Club
Beazel, Galbreath, Pinnick. McNally.
First Row: Branqharn, Owens, Bates, Smith, Lash.
Second Row: Lamb, Rohrbocher, Glass, Shaweker, Warther, Jackson, Waltz.
Third Row: Wensinqer, Nimrnons, Sparks, Buchanan, Skinner, Schmittie.
Fourth Row: Rose, Brown, Young, Iones, Haidet, Stephan.
Inset: Bates, Owens.
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First Row: Sparks, Purviance, Moore, Wright, Rohrbacher.
Second Row: King, Warther, Lobb, Donenwirth, Waltz, Smith, Morey.
Third Row: Wensinqer, Buchanan, Haidei, Dew, Skinner, Schrnittle.
Fourth Row: Bail, Couchie, Stephan, Foreman, Wichern.
Inset: Moore, Purviance.
Unonian I .
The Unonian is the index of college activities, and portrays
campus activities in a pictorial manner. The book is meant to
appeal to the students, alumni, and prospective students. Dr.
Richard I-Iildner acts as a most capable advisor.
Editor-in-chief ................................... Edgar Bates
Associate Editors ....... Merciel Smith, Lewis Lash, lack Young
Iunior Editors ...... . . .Iodine Sparks, Bill Briggle, Tony Bose
Business Manager ..... ......................... I ohn Owens
Associate Business Mgrs.. . .William Brangham, Donald Brown
Dynamo . .
The Dynamo is the school paper published each week, reporting
campus news of interest to the student body. There are feature
articles, departmental stories, and regular columns. Dr. Arthur
Engelbert is the faculty advisor.
Co-Editors .................... lames Moore, Merrill Purviance
Assistant Editor ..... ................ I ane Bohrbacher
Iunior Editors ...... .......... I ocline Sparks, Douglas Wright
Business Manager ............................. Donald Yohe
Assistant Business Manager ..... .... G rayson Lappert
First Row: L. Haidet, Traphaqen, Haltermann, Lappert, Wright.
Second Row: Shields, Stephan, Crist, Domer, Couchie, Koehnlein.
Third Row: E. Haidet, Talaba, Stewart, Weaver.
First Row: Thomas, Hunier, Toumay, Dr. Zeigler, Booth, Harsany.
Second Row: Parrish, Van Winqerden, Waltz, White, Buchanan, Iohnson
Third Row: Hansen, Doty, McGaw, Iones.
usiness ighlights . .
This publication is a digest of items of particular interest in the
field of economics. Material used in the publication is taken
from more than sixty selected periodicals each month. lt is
distributed free of charge to students in economics, history
departments, libraries, and to colleges and universities in Ohio.
ln all there are more than five hundred copies distributed each
month. The staff is composed of students majoring in economics
and is supervised by Dr. Tower.
Editor .... ........ . . . Dorothy Halterniann
Typist ........ . . . Helen Koehnlein
Proof Reader .... ...... P hyllis Shutt
Gospel eams . .
The Gospel Teams of Mount Union College were organized in
l924 at which time ten men participated. There are four teams
now, each consisting of a captain, two or three upperclassmen,
and one or two freshmen. Each team chooses a topic which
they use throughout the year. The teams conduct religious
services among adults and young people in churches of all
The faculty advisor is Dr. Harley Zeigler. The manager of
the teams is William Booth, and the team captains are Henry
Boehm, Robert Hunter, Charles Stewart, and Thelma Tournay.
First Row: Dr. Zeiqler, Couchie, Purvicmce, Gregory, Professor Murphy
Second Row: W, Difford, Stoffer, Stewart, Iones.
First Row: Ferguson, Wcrrther, Iones, Bauman, Lins,
Second Row: Smiih, Peer, Sparks, Zeh, 'Wensingen Carpenter,
The Young Men's Christian Association attempts to establish
Christian character in the young men of the college. The organi-
zation is national in its scope, but the local association deals
with problems on our own campus. The Y. M. C. A. assists in
publishing the hcmtdbook, helps sponsor Stunt Night, and brings
outstanding speakers to the campus. Dr. Harley Zeigler and
Professor Paul Murphy are counselors.
President ....... ........... . . .Merrill Purviance
Vice President .... ........ D on Hunter
Secretary ....... ..... B urton Erickson
Treasurer. . . ..... Gordon Deshler
The Young Woman's Christian Association plans the year's
program for all campus girls. This organization greatly assists
the Y. M. C. A. and together they sponsor various activities
throughout the year, including the annual Stunt Night, a Valen-
tine's Day Tea, and a starvation dinner to raise funds for the
benefit of Far-Eastern Students. Dean Helen B. Rudin is advisor
for this organization.
President ....... ........... .... M a ry Howe Iones
Vice President .... .... E velyn Wartlier
Secretary ....... .... L ois Anne Ellett
Treasurer. . . . .... Claudia Ferguson
Firsi Row: Mumaw, Stephens, Mosser, Difford, Dr. Mabry.
Second Row: Trader, Glass, Shaweker, Warther, Lins, Haltrich, Waltz, Harsany
Third Row: Thomas, Robinson, Buchanan, Mcl-lenry, Schulz, Stewart, Gregory
Left lo Right: Flight Instructor, Yohe, Dundon, Lappert, Gempler, Yothers,
Ciccarelli, Abrams, Pickles, Buchanan, Carey, Delitsch, Fieqenschuh, Dr.
Shollenberqer, Gregory, Shepherd.
Although this organization is but two years old, it has already
created interest among many students. The main interests oi
the group lie along the channels of international affairs which
directly pertain to the Welfare of our country. Open discussions
are held at the regular meetings. The organization attempts to
interest the entire student body in its activities. Dr. William
Mabry is advisor.
President ....... ............. .... E d Ward Mosser
Vice President .... ..... L ionel Diftord
Secretary ..... .... Pt uth Stephens
Treasurer. . . ..... Everett Mumaw
Delta Pi Alpha . .
Mount Union is proud of the achievements of its flying students.
The percentage of successful trainees completing the course
and receiving private pilot licenses has been exceptionally high.
Delta Pi Alpha is the fraternity of student pilots, and most of
Mount's flying students now belong to it. The organization is
indeed indebted to Dr. Forest I. Shollenberger for his splendid
Work as advisor.
lst Semester 2nd Semester
President ....... .... D onald Yohe loseph Horne
Vice President .... ...... I ohn Ciccarelli Bob Abrams
Secretary ....... . . . Karl Donenwirth Mary Buchanan
Treasurer. . . . . . Tom Gregory Tom Gregory
First Row: Smith, Glenwright, McCann, Beal, Bowen, Conway, Buxton, More-y
Second Row: McEwan, Lynn, Peet, Vtfybel, Wensinqer, Warren, Iohnson
Mayhew, Thomas, Kintner.
Third Row: Professor Ferguson, I-Ieskett, Carter.
Fourth Row: Iones, Purviance, Doty, Bechler, Horne, Hansen, Bond, Wilson
Fifth Row: Fulton, Brown, Lutz, Ritz, 'Wien, Harrison, Wolf, Morrison.
Front Row: Roderick, Gamble, Schrnittle, Detwiler, Lobb, Littleton.
Bcmd: Ebbert, Foqo, Lutz, Wilson, Erickson, Freeburn, Hamilton, Rose, Morini
Iames, Schrader, Ouillen, Shaweker, Haas, Kennedy, Ferris, Britton, Warther
Ritz, Fulton, Smith, Gallaher, Conway, Moore, l-lostetler, Leonard, Wagner
Miller, Burton, Bechler, Hoover, Wien, Work, Stewart, Wolf. Not present
Bauman, McCann, Hanes.
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A Cappella Choir . .
This year's choir ot approximately titty members, chosen and
directed by Professor Gerald Ferguson, was very active on the
campus. The choir was present at all chapel programs as a
group and arranged special services for Christmas, Easter, and
Commencement. The group made several trips to various cities
in north-eastern Ohio Where group and solo Work was done
and several radio broadcasts Were made.
President ....... ........... ....... S t anley Lutz
Vice President .... ......... S ara Buxton
Secretary ....... .... M artha lane Bowen
Treasurer ..., .... G ordon Deshler
Band . .
Perhaps the greatest asset contributed to the campus this past
year was the organization of the band. The organizations and
individuals who made it possible certainly deserve a great deal
of credit as Well as the members who participated. Under the
direction ot drum majorette Marianne Littleton, the band marched
at all football games and provided music at the basketball
games. Dr. Walter Hodgson is supervisor.
President ....... ........... ..., C h arles Ritz
Vice President .... .... I ohn Haas
Secretary ....... ...... R uth Wagner
Treasurer . . . . . . Margaret Conway
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WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
GALEN ANDREWS, Steubenville, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
IOHN BEAZEL, Canton, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
ARTHUR BERRYMAN, Canton, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
DAVIS BOSTER, Beloit, Ohio, Sigma Nu
MARTHA IANE BOWEN, Martins Ferry, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
WILLIAM BRANGI-IAM, Warren, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
WILLIAM BRIGGLE, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
DONALD BROWN, Canton, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
LYLE BROWN, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
HARRY BROWN, Alliance, Ohio, Sigma Nu
ROBERT BURCH, Youngstown, Ohio, Sigma Nu
FRANK CAILOR, Ir., Youngstown, Ohio, Sigma Nu
GEORGE CAIN, East Liverpool, Ohio, Sigma Nu
MIRIAM CHAMBERLAIN, Wellsburg, W. Va., Delta Delta Delta
RACI-IEL CLARK, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
CECIL COLEMAN, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Kappa Pi
MARY IANE COLLINS, New Phila., Ohio, Alpha Chi Omega
GEORGE CONKLIN, Poland, Ohio: Signet
MARGARET CONWAY, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
RYDER COOKE, Queen Village, N. Y., Alpha Kappa Pi
ROGER COPE, Salem, Ohio, Signet
WILBUR COUCI-IIE, Leetonia, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
IOSEPI-I COULTER, Sebring, Ohio, Sigma Nu
RUSSELL CRAIG, Cambridge, Ohio, Signet
DUANE CRIST, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
RICHARD DAVIS, Niles, Ohio: Sigma Nu
GORDON DESHLER, East Liverpool, Ohio, Sigma Nu
LAURIN DETWILER, Columbiana, Ohio, Sigma Nu
GLEN DICKEN, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
LIONEL DIPE ORD, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
ROBERT DOMER, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Nu
KARL DONENWIRTH, Canton, Ohio, Signet
IOANNE DRAKE, E. Palestine, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
ARTHUR DUNDON, Alliance, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
THOMAS EBBERT, Pittsburgh, Pa., Alpha Tau Omega
ELLEN ELDER, Salem, Ohio, Signet
LOIS ANNE ELLETT, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
SELENA EVANS, Niles, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
CLAUDIA FERGUSON, Dormont, Pa., Alpha Chi Omega
IANE FLOYD, Warren, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
DAVID FOGO, Wellsville, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
RICHARD FOLTZ, East Canton, Ohio, Sigma Nu
LOWELL FRESHLEY, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
GEORGE FREETAGE, Sebring, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
KENNETH GEMPLER, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
TOM GREGORY, Alliance, Ohio, Sigma Nu
IOHN HAAS, Navarre, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
EUGENE HAIDET, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
IIMMIE HALLS, Youngstown, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
AUSTIN HAMMOND, Moultrie, Ohio, Sigma Nu
KENNETH HANES, East Liverpool, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
IOHN HART, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Kappa Pi
WARREN I-IARTSOUGH, Canton, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
BETTY HILL, Salem, Ohio, Signet
DALE HIXON, Canton, Ohio, Signet
REBECCA HOWE, Mansfield, Ohio, Alpha Chi Omega
NANCY INGLIS, Youngstown, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
LaVERN IACKSON, Mingo lunction, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
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WINONA IAMES, Chesterland, Ohio, Signet
CHARLES IOACHIM, Youngstown, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
MARY ELLEN IOI-INS, Alliance, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
DORIS IOI-INSON, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
RICHARD IONES, Alliance, Ohio, Sigma Nu
ROBERT L. IONES, Steubenville, Ohio, Sigma Nu
ROBERT W. IONES, Alliance, Ohio, Sigma Nu
MATILDA KALMAN, Massillon, Ohio, Kappa Delta
PAULINE KARL, Akron, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
VIRGINIA KENNEDY, Canton, Ohio, Alpha Chi Omega .
HOWARD KITZMILLER, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
IOHN KITZMILLER, Alliance, Ohio, Sigma Nu
HELEN KOEHNLEIN, Massillon, Ohio, Kappa Delta
GRAYSON LAPPERT, Barnesville, Ohio, Sigma Nu
MARY LINS, Cleveland, Ohio, Signet
BETTY LYNN, Sumrnitville, Ohio, Signet
GEORGE LYON, New Castle, Pa., Signet
CAROLYN MacKENZIE, Munhall, Pa., Alpha Xi Delta
RUTH ANN MCCONNELL, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
WILLIAM MCCREA, Pittsburgh, Pa., Sigma Alpha Epsilon
DORMA MCGREW, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
IOAN MERKEL, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
HAROLD MILF ORD, Canton, Ohio, Signet
MATILDA MILLER, Canton, Ohio, Signet
CHARLES MORELAND, Carrollton, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
CHARLOTTE MOREY, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
IENNIE MORGAN, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
WILLIAM MORRIS, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
EDWARD MOSSER, Newell, W. Va., Phi Kappa Tau
EVERETT MUMAW, Youngstown, Ohio, Sigma Nu
KARL ORWICK, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
MYRON PALMER, Wilkinsburg, Pa., Sigma Nu
FLORENCE PEET, Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
ROBERT POTO, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
RUSSELL POXON, Painesville, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
CHARLES RITZ, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Nu
IEAN RODERICK, Canton, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
WILBUR ROGERS, Canton, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
ANTHONY ROSE, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
EDNA SAPP, Ravenna, Ohio, Signet
LOUISE SCHMITTLE, Saltsburg, Pa., Alpha Chi Omega
IOHN SCHORY, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
NEIL SCHRADER, Youngstown, Ohio, Sigma Nu
IOHANN SCHULZ, New Rochelle, N. Y., Signet
ROBERT SCHWALENBERG, Canton, Ohio, Sigma Nu
HARRY SHAPE, Salineville, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega
MARY SHILTS, Hudson, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
ALICE SHOEMAKER, Louisville, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
MARY SHUTT, Homeworth, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
DOROTHY SNYDER, Akron, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
CORNELIA SOTCAN, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
IODINE SPARKS, Canton, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
EVELYN SPENCER, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
HAROLD SPIES, Alliance, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
WILLIAM STEINER, Louisville, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau
WILLIAM STEVENS, Salem, Ohio, Sigma Nu
KENNETH STOFFER, I-Iomeworth, Ohio, Alpha Kappa Pi
THELMA TOURNAY, Massillon, Ohio, Kappa Delta
MARY TRADER, Alliance, Ohio, Signet
RUTH WAGNER, North Canton, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta
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HAROLD WEAVER, Canton, Ohio, Signet
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CHRISTINE TAYLOR ANDERSON
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SB Homeworth Oh1o Sxqma Nu
EDGAR CLINTON BATES
SB Masslllon Oh1o Sxqma Alpha Eps1lon
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S B Warren Ohlo Phx Kappa Tau
GEORGE ELIE BICA
A B Alllance Oh1o Alpha Tau Cm
A B Sebrmq Ohxo Alpha Tau Omega
MARTHA ALICE BLACKWOOD
A B Alhance Ohlo Alpha X1 Delta
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A B Sebrmq Ohlo Alpha Kappa P1
WILLIAM THOMAS BOOTH
SB Canton Ohlo Slqnel
MARY IUANITA BUCHANAN
SB Amsterdam Ohio S1qnet
DONALD K BURGETT
SB Alhance Oluo Slqnet
'WILLIAM AUSTIN BURRIDGE
A B Allxance Ohlo Phi Kappa Tau
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B P S M Belo11 Oluo Alpha Chl Omega
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A B Berkeley Cahforma Alpha Ch1Omeqa
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A.B.: Canton, Ohio: Sigma Nu I A.B.: Youngstown, Ohio: Signet
MARTIN HENRY COHEN ROBERT CAMERON POREMAN
A.B,: Alliance, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau A.B.: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Phi Kappa Tau
THOMAS HALLAM COOLIDGE ALICE IMOGENE GALLAHER
A.M.: East Liverpool, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau B.P.S,M.: North Iackson, Ohio: Kappa Delta
WILLIAM SPECHT CORWIN ELEANOR MAE GARMAN '
S.B.: Ravenna, Ohio: Alpha Kappa Pi A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Delta Delta Delta
IANE ELIZABETH CRISWELL VIRGINIA ELEANOR GODDARD
S.B.: Newton Falls, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Kappa Delta
IANE MARIE DELITSCH RUTH ANN GOTTSHALL
A.B.: Buffalo, New York: Signet A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta
LILLIAN MAY DERFLINGER BETTE KATHERINE GRAYBILL
S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta
RICHARD PAUL DEW WILBERT DALE HAGAN
S.B.: Massillon, Ohio: Sigma Nu S.B.: Canton, Ohio: Signet
HAROLD ROBERT DILLOW LaVERNE IOSEPH HAIDET
S.B.: Detroit, Michigan: Alpha Tau Omega I A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Tau Omega
ROBERT WATSON DUNMIRE V A DOROTHY HAZEL HALTERMANN
S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Tau Omega A.B.: Ontario, Canada: Alpha Xi Delta
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A.B.: A113-ance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta
NELSON WILSON HAWK BARBARA KIRK
S.B.: Louisville, Ohio: Alpha Kappa Pi A.B.: Barnesville, Ohio: Delta Delta Delta
MARIORIE ALICE HEASTON IACK DEAN KRESSLEY
A.B.: East Liverpool, Ohio: Alpha Chi Omega S.B.: Canton, Ohio: Signet
ROBERT HERMANN HOIERMANN WELLINGTON LEWIS LASH
A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Kappa Pi S.B.: Canton, Ohio: Sigma Alpha Epsilon
IOSEPI-I KIMBALL HORNE ROBERT ROY LEMON l
A.B.: Strutliers, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau
BETTY MARIE HUF FMAN MARTIN GEORGE LOVELL
A.B.: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio: Alpha Chi Omega A.B: Kent, Ohio: Sigma Nu
ROBERT RAYMOND HUNTER RALPH EDWARD LUTZ
A.B,: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Tau Omega A.B.: Louisville, Ohio: Sigma Nu
DEVONA ELAINE IACKSON STANLEY LUTZ. IR.
A.B.: Limaville, Ohio: Signet S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau
ROBERT ERVIN JOHNSON MARY KATHERINE MAHOLM
A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Tau Omega S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta
MARY HOWE IONES LEE PFOUTS MANBECK
A.B.: Akron, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta A.B.: Beach City, Ohio: Signet
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CHARLES ROBERT MCNALLY
S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha
WILLIAM BARTLETT MEGAI-IAN
S.B.: Follensbee, West Virginia: Sigma Nu
AVARD MARION MITCHELL
S.B.: Canton, Ohio: Sigma Nu
lA MES BENEDICT MOORE
A.B.: Pyeng Yang, Korea, Iapan: Phi Kappa Tau
MARY LOUISE MOORE
A.B.: Mingo Iunction, Ohio:
ARTHUR LEONARD MORGAN
A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Signet
MARIAN ELIZABETH MYERS
S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Signet
PAUL LUTHER MYERS
S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Signet
FLORENCE MABYN NELSON
A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Signet
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A.B.: Elyria, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta
IOHN EDWARD OWENS
A.B.: New York, New York: Phi Kappa Tau
ROBERT HAROLD PINNICK
A.B.: Sebring, Ohio: Alpha Tau Omega
MERRILL STANLEY PURVIA NCE
A.B.: Steubenville, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau
DAVID WILLIAM REED
A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Tau Omega
ROSEMARY FLORENCE REICHERT
A.B.: Akron, Ohio: Signet
MARGARET JANE ROI-IRBACHER
S.B.: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio: A
A.B.: Warren, Ohio: Alpha Ta
JAMES IOSEPH SELLS
S.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Signet
RAYMOND WILSON Sl-IEATSLEY
lpha Chi Omega
A.B.: Alliance, Ohio: Alpha Xi Delta S.B.: Louisville, Ohio: Phi Kappa Tau
.Merciiel Smithl -
'Mary Stephens -
Ruth Sfeplieris' A
Edward Strauss A
Hermcm Strawn '
A Robert Tcxrr '
Q lNilliczm Tetlow
Chdrles Tice -
Mgpy Vulis , A
Q Eugene Weber
i Huy Williams
Rlchcxrdi Wilson A
- Elsie Woods K
A 'Betty Zeb
MERCIEL SMITH CLYDE VINCENT VANAMAN
A.B., East Cleveland, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta S.B., Lisbon, Ohio, Sigma Nu
SUZANNE SMITH HAZEL MARIE WALTZ
A-B-: AlliC11'1C9. Ohio: KGDPG Delhi A.B., Mineral City, Ohio, Kappa Delta
MARY AMELIA STEPHENS EVELYN IANE WARTHER
S B.: I-GC1VifiSbl1YQ. Ol'1i0i KUPP0 DSIICI S.B., Dover, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
RUTH A. STEPHENS EUGENE I. WEBER
1-LB.: Lecfviftsburq. Ohio: Kappa Delfu S.B., Canton, Ohio, Sigma Nu
EDWARD LOUIS STRAUSS RAY KARL WILLIAMS ,
A-B.: AlliClf1CS, Ol'1iO: Siqrlei A B., Waynesburg, Ohio, Sigma Nu
HERMAN LAWRENCE STRAWN RICHARD SAMUEL WILSON
A.B., Salem, Ohio, Signet S.B., Chester, West Virginia, Sigma Nu
ROBERT HAMILTON TARR IOANN WINDLE
A.B., Mingo Iunction, Ohio, Signet A.B., Sebring, Ohio, Signet
WILLIAM IAMES TETLOW ELSIE IANE WOODS
A.B., Tampa, Florida, Sigma Nu A.B., Salem, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
CHARLES ROBERT TICE DONALD LEYTON YOI-IE
S B., Alliance, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega A.B., Canton, Ohio, Sigma Nu
IAMES FRANK TRAPHAGEN IACK WILBURR YOUNG
AB., Massillon, Ohio, Alpha Tau Omega S.B.g Canton, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
MARY VALIS BETTY ANN ZEI-I
A.B., Alliance, Ohio, Signet A.B., Cleveland, Ohio, Alpha Xi Delta
Iunior Prom Queen
Most Beautiful Girl
FULL PAGE AD
Morgan Engineering Company
Gray Printing Co.
Dimit Brothers, Photographers
HALF PAGE AD
QUARTER PAGE AD
Alliance Clay Products
Alliance Machine Company
Alliance Porcelain Products Company
Amerman, Iames L.
Canton Hardware Company
Cope Electric Company
Cope Furniture Company
Dime Savings Bank of Canton
Isaly's, Mount Union
Lembright Grocery and Baking Company
Morrison, Columbia, and Strand Theatres
Ohio Public Service Company
Palm Garden, Inc.
Stark Transit, Inc.
Stern and Mann Company
Transue and Williams Forging Corporation
EIGHTH PAGE AD
Alliance Builders' Supply Company
A. and M. Transit Company
Auld, Robert Ir., Insurance Agency
Bay, lohn E., Insurance Aqency
Frank Corbi's Orchestra
Cassaday and Turkle
England Druq Company
Farm Bureau Fertilizer Plant
Fieqenschuh, Karl F., Ieweler
Hart, Blumenstiel, and Strong
Hillqreen, Lane and Company
Iohnson's Ice Cream Bar
Klein and Roderick
S. S. Kresqe Company
Mahan Music Store
Mount Union Sc to Sl.OO Store
Mount Union Theatre
I. C. Penney Company
Perskey's Mount Union Market
Sears Roebuck and Company
Stahler's Barber Shop
Stewart Brothers Paint Company
Supreme Dairy Company
Taylorcratt Aviation Corporation
SIXTEENTH PAGE AD
Alliance Hardware Company
Art's Ieweler and Clothier
Bowman Hardware Company
Dannemiller Grocery Company
Dumont Athletic Goods
Haftner, Carl I., leweler
Iohnson Furniture Company
Kline, Paul, Men's Furnishings
Miller, Nevin, Dry Cleaning
Koch Floral Company
Mount Union Diner
Saffell-I-lively Printing Company
Spencer Service' Station
Superior Wallpaper Company
Union Avenue Glass and Paint Company
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