Mount Vernon Academy - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Mount Vernon, OH)

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Vernon Academy - - 1943 id , .ni.HQ.lm. miie page five We, the annual staff, wish to present to you the 'Treasure Chest" of 1943. To you, who having been commissioned of God to found Mt. Vernon Academy faithfully fulfilled your trust, to you who have fol- lowed the growth of our school with increasing in- terest since its birth in 1893, and to all who have been connected with the school this year-both stu- dents and f-acultyh-we give this book as a memorial of the golden anniversary of Mt. Vernon Academy. Dedicated Professor W T Bland wh In - Professor W T Bland as Erst prlncrpal of Mount Vernon Academy 1893 o by acceptmg the first prmczpalsh of M won the had the prwzlege of atter cl p ount Vernon Academy has aclmzratzon and gratztude of all who have 1 mg thzs school - If 1 . . , . . . 4 W .f , 1 PHO? 91,92 paqe sewn Professor W T Bland at hus home un California 1943 Fzfty years ago our Alma Mater was establzshed as a means of eclucatmg the h gh school age youth mentally physzcally and above all spzrztually Prof Bland accepted the trememdous task of startzng thzs come one of the most notable of the denomznatzon s academzes It as wuth smcere appreclatzon for hzs noble work and unselfish service or hzs fellow men that we the Senzor class of 1943 dedzcate this Treasure Chest to Prof Bland J ' 4 - . 5 5 ' . . - ' institution on its upward climb until now it has be- . . , . f l ' s 1 ' ' ' ff 75 J Hill! PRESIDENTS AND PRINCIPALS Prlnclpals of Mount Vernon Academy Wllham T Bland 1893 1896 James W Loughhead 1896 1904 Norrls W Lau renee 1904 1905 Presldents of Mount Vernon Colleffe Norms W L'1wrence Jerennah B Clymer Sylvester M Butler Elon G Sahsburx 1905 1906 1908 1913 1906 1908 1913 1914 Prlnclpals of Mount Vernon Academy Llon G Sahbburx Charles L Stone Hovxard J Detwller Kenneth L Gant John Z Hottel A1thurJ Olson Otto S Hershberger Ellsworth M Andross Vunon P Lowell Clutmt C Morus 1914 1919 1922 1924 1926 1927 1992 1933 1935 1940 1915 1922 1924 1926 1927 1932 1933 1936 1940 Ned S. Ashton ' 1915 - 1919 X ' . ' 1 4 Y " 1 Flftleth Anniversary Reunion commemorated at f ount ernon eadem lendale, California T WAS a nex er to be forgotten OCCHSIOH Early IH the afternoon of March 21 1943 cld teachers students and friends began pour1ng 1nto the par lol of the San1tar1um Nu ses Home until s1xty five were present Father Time had made nan5 changes so each wore an identification slip ProfessorW T Bland was escorted to the golden chair the Seat o hcnor On his rlght sat N W Law 1en e and on his left W H Wakeham In a cordial address of welcome Albert W Lane greeted the visitors Roy F Cottrell was acclaimed chairman and master of ceremonles he having the d1st1nc t1 n of bein the only representatlve present fro n the fnst graduatlng class tClass of 18983 Margaret Kessler Brandstater was chosen secretary Elder E K Slade who f01 seven years served as Presldent of the Mt Vernon Academy Board asked God s bless n upon the gathermg and Helen Morse Ste1nel one of the rare song b1rds hom Mt Vernon touchingly rendered I Love a Little School House that IS BU1ldlHU Men for God one has failed This was the opening thought expressed by our cha1I'man ln his character1st1c s ul stirring remarks and he declared that in a special way those who came rom Mt Vernon Academy could appreclate the vxords of thls text Then to unbend and TGVIVG the spirit of other days he read the major portlon of the poem A Tr1p Through the Land of Anthi opology written forty eight years ago by Elder Charles L Taylor first Blble teacher of the Academv a unique produc tion of humor and pathos whlch mentloned the name of every teacher and student then connected w1th the school The words were read And now lnoflice grand There sat 1n cha1r of state Professor Bland and the first prmclpal f M V A was presented by the chairman He arose a dignified well preserved silvery haired gentleman whose eigty one years have only slightly impaired h1s sight and hearing He acknowledged a llttle embarrassment at bemg scenery as he called It then gave a most lnterestlng rec1tal of early experiences when the Mt Vernon San1tar1um was discontmued and the Academy opened ln the Fall of 1893 with a group of only th1rty two students and with six teachers employed It was a d1scourag1ng outlook vet before the close of that first school year over one hun dred students had enrolled Through Mrs E G VVh1te God had counselled the es tabhshment of that educational 1nst1tut1on and Professor Bland declared that his confidence 1n the Sp1r1t of Prophecy had been strengthened and confirmed by the 1 101111 0 O Y - l - l . . ' ' N , . S K . . - , ' - Y ,, v - ' - as - as 1 V , . . . L . g I ' , as vw ' r - - , , . . . . . ' ' . P ' , . , , . . . . C. . Y . . . - .C . G . 1 1 . D . 1 ' I , 9 I G. ' I ' LK - ' ' ' S . 1 ' v - 1 , 77 - n ' . . . ,, I D . "Hitherto hath the Lord helped us, . . . and of all the things He hath spoken not . ,, . . . . . . . O - . . ' ' . . V v f ' . ' f ' . H ,, . . . . Q . , to - v va I- - - ., H - ' V V 7 - il ' 7 Y . . .,, . . O . . . . . , l l , ' 1 . - . , U . . .1 . . . 4. ,, ' Y , . , . - y . . l , N - . - - . . , ' my ' l'f'7l WXQ-mn.: :MW 3 W kk: Si: ,QQ wfawwxgsjkig' w Professor James W Loughhead Prmcupal Mount Vernon Academy 1896 1904 nn Hus 0fTuce pfzqv tlmtcwz IGroup,1943 Schoo he T page fzfteen Ladles' Parlor m the Old Buuldmg an the Early Days of the School great work accompl1shed by the splendld development of the Academy and the men and women 1t has tra1ned As he fimshed greetmgs from Profes sor C C Morr1s present pr1nc1pal of the Academy, were read by the secretary thus llnklng the past Wlth the school of today The a1ms and purpose of our grand old Alma Mater are forever the same t.he fifty years of SCTVICC together Wlth the near ness of the end only 1ntens1fy the Splrlt of act1on Professor N W Lawrence 1n h1s ever kmdly' gentleness expressed the same con fidence 1n d1v1ne guldance He rev1ewed the names and exper1ences of many who have done a great work 1n var1ous parts of the world for the upllft of men and women HIS ent1re lxfe has been devoted to Chr1st1an educat1on and now 1n h1s seventy fifth year he has ret1red to a l1t tle home 1n Battle Ground Washmgton To us he looked very much the same as when Calllng the roll 1n Rhetor1c Class Mrs Lawrence was confined 1n a hOSp1 tal w1th an acute and severe 1llness yet her recovery though mlraculous was 1D prospect After an 1nterm1ss1on dur1ng whlch the group picture was taken on the front steps of the Nurses Home the kodachrome p1C tures sent by Professor MOFTIS were pro Jected by Elder W E Barr 1n a spec1al dark room The company then reassembled ln the parlor to hear Nlrs Ol1Ve Fl91Sh8r W1nn1ng 1n her beautlful renderxng of the school song, Alma Mater followmg Wh1Ch Elder W H Wakeman of Loma Lmda now elghty four years of age told of h1S happy days spent ID Mt Vernon h1s m1ss1on EXPETIBHCQS 1n old Egypt, and hlS serv1ce 1n other schools He now enjoys hlS garden and l1ves close to nature Several of the letters rece1ved from former stu dents by our secretary told how the teach 1ng of th1s godly man had lnfluenced the1r ent1re l1ves HIS good speech was cut a l1ttle short by a large beautlfully decorated b1rth day cake be1ng brought 1n and placed before Professor Bland Its fifty candles were l1ghted by Debora Secor John and revealed the large 1n1t1als M V A Ce ce11a Bland Ford daughter of Professor Bland was accorded the honor of cutt1ng the cake and wh1le the refreshments were be1ng served all present were g1ven the opportun1ty of a half mlnute speech but how can one condense the exper1ence of fifty years 1nto th1rty seconds? Those present came from Fresno, San D19g0 Bakersfield and other parts of Southern Cahforma and representat1ves were also present from the states of Wash 1ngton, Oregon and New York Messages of greetmg were also I'9Ce1Ved and read from former students of Mt Vernon Academy After more than four hours of such rare and endearxng fellowshlp as few are ever pr1v1leged to enjoy 1n th1s world we arose to blend our vo1ces 1n that chorus f God Be W1th You T111 We Meet Agaln and Elder W H Wakeman H1 voked the d1v1ne Presence to go and ablde w1th each of us to the end of the way If a gathermg on th1s old earth may br1ng such heart thrllls of pleasure O what w11l be the supreme Joy of that reun1on 1n the heavenly Homeland so soon to be reahzed' Roy F Cottrell Charrman Margaret Kessler Brandstater Secretary page .sz vteen 1 ' " . . , , . ' n KA I , - 11 ' - 1 1 ' . 7 1 ' 1 ' - - ' 14 11 ' , . . . ' v 1 , - I Y 1 " , . , , 1 ' 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 - Q . , ' 1 . 1 1 . 1 , . - . . 1 . 4, . . - 0 , , . . . ,,. . , , , . . ' u 11 ' - ' ' 1 1 W . . , , ' 1 1 ' - 1 ' 1 ' 1 aim cqlurc Fu 1-ul I y C C Nlorrls B A page ezghteen . . , , . I'1'i1zf'ipal and Business Manager Rlchard F Farley lVl A 811111 llllll Hufmu Phyna Kelley Rf111sf111r 111111 AFC0ll7IfIIIIf Earl Wllllson Prefzptm F'Il7l'IL Sllpll page nznetecn Esther Bruck B A lbeccptvesx Fouzch Margaret G Plymure B S Pnqlzslz Cvmmmr'r Maude IVI Wolfe Puma D Robert Edwards IVI A 'llusze Leland R Shuktz P1 nltnzq pam 114111111 . ,.. V ' , 1 1.fy I, 1 'jk 4 , ' 'a 1 X' N . ,.. A,'.. ,HV Nrna Bogar XVIII t1 on Harold Bogar Mamie llllllll Robert C Rachardson Illauztmzunrv Ill rt: 1 Mrs J L Johnson Irlmlrh Il Leonard J Smlth 'llfmaqer of the College Press W Robert B Wheeler Instructor nl Prirztmq page tu enty tuo . , . Svninrx W Left to right Wrllzarn Harnberger Lllhan Robinson Robert Burdette Ruth Nlcwnlluams Esther Corder Leland Pvltcnard Homer Loehle Officers Presldent Ruth MCWIIIIHITIS VICE Presldent B111 Hamberger Secretary L11han Robmson Treasurer Bob Burdette Sergeant at arms Leland Pr1tchard Pastor Homer Loehle Valedlctoman Esther Corder Class Adviser Pro essov C C Morris Class Motto H15 hte oul DL11d1Df' hght Colms Navy blue and Cold C C Morris, BA Class lrlrzsm 1111 an 111 mmf if gfife T st . asf' U l 5' ' 'Q' 'L ' ' rf . on W A i wi, ' 5 . 3 "" K had ' I 'I ! ' - - C ' n . 4 I ' , fy ' ' ' . . . , C 'ff U Belcth Al1Kl61SOl1 Call A dClSOll Dolothy Calfee Esthel C01dCl Vrllulu-tmmn . ' I1 - Robert Burdctle, Trvaszwer 4 - . 1, I ff W' I Jack Danforth Oral Edwards Robert Fogle Evelyn Grlggs Elizabeth Gemler Shlrley Guenther Wllllam Hamberger Kenneth Herald V'Lce Preszdent Charlotte Hlett Betty Konagclk Betty Lambdon Marylou Leng Sh1r1ey Leonard Home1 Loehle, Pastor Ruth Mcll ulllams I wwlent 1 01S Mlllkl I gland Plltchald Esthel lilclxett Serqea 71 f at ll rm s , . William Moore Lv ' ' l -D Secretary I ucnlle Russell Janet Selfe Ruth Shultz Richard Spindler Lillian Robinson, Kexth Tatro Lols Walterhouse Wmona Warner Ernest Wheeler Flass History of I9el.'l The acme of all classes is undisputably the Senior Class of 1943. This group has been extraordinaly in its singula1 success fx om 1ts 1ema1luble beglnnmg is Freshmen Its Steady growth through the SOphOIl101C and Jumgr ye'11s hls clnnaxed IH the fimshed product as Senlors As a class perhaps the1r most outstandmg vntue IS or1g1n1l1ty Th1s t1a1t COI'l1b11'lGd wlth a ,goodlv nnount of untlrlng energy 'md resourcefulness 18 the secut to the1r sueeess And so though they have left the Academy and w1ll soon be embarked on a dllrferent phase ID thelr hues all who were assoclated xx 1th them can never forget the renowned Sen1o1s of 1943 N? 5 J twea- .aufi dr J FA W' Ffi' 'Wi 11111 4 11 .bv K- i- . . ' L, . . Vi N, -' ' - ch, L. . C , - .V 'I v L .S .rs S My . . .i . ' ' r S l E . . L C K' x ,una ',1 f ' l' I .1 X ' Xff. 7 . , A A ' K l g 4 W . .- w, , 1 V 5 ..- . I - A V, ' 1 .Qi --F - X f 5' 3,11 5, 5 W ' 4 e 1, X K X51 Q I ' we f Q 1 ' G.: j ' W1 - A e y Y JVM -' A 4 A V W I , , Jw' h W . 1 , ge I' T' .,, i ' JN W .2 It M - I -M, Y J Q X " ,V . ' V 1 x K , 2 can If M- y we - " - a , :: , ?,kf',, JZ... ' ff 'fix' . , ,Z " A 2 W 1 ,4 at ,M X, ke?-A L, K . J ,Q M., N M . ' , ' t f ' ., 2 , 4 W fy P X ' V . . -gn , ' " '71"' -. L f L L -" , ly! iztzf tu ff I 'nalvrgraaluulvs FQ in Hx -lunwrs Pres1dent Gordon Shumate VICE Pres1dent Patty Dav1s Sergeant at arms Donald L1lley T1ea5urer Mary Agnes S1lver1a Secretary Eleanor WIGSG Pabtor Eugene Cowllng Colors Wlnte orange and blue C'ass Adv ser Mrs Margaret Plymwe page U1 Lrty four I ' li A -K 1 F :ali gf- Y F l . 7 A - , l Q - V 1 ' , A' ' 5 ' QQ? l 0 'fp l UH 1' ' PW' "1 1 I, .x ' V. , ,WM K . -4 Y ff - . AT. , X-Q,-17 5,-2' Q 'e,g if Q Clase History of 1944 The element of success 1n any class 1S Splrlt and by th1s ever present feature m our group our class from 1ts Freshman stage has been dlstmgulshed from all When first we started our upward chmb Mrs Wolfe took charge and ably as S1StEd by Sonny Cowllng brought us to our Junlor year Thls year more than ever has proved our definite capab1l1t1es 1n organlzatlon and enthuslasm Under the leadersh1p of Gordon Shumate and hxs assoc1ates, our class recelved valuable help from the many or1g1nal suggestmns offered by ou1 advlser Mrs Plymlre Thls IS our record up to th1S t1me What IS yet to come IS an eplc st1l1 to be wrltten but one whxch we know w1ll be outstandlng 1n lts leadershlp and Splrlt 93810 GN GUAWW pnqe flnrty fzzc Helen Groves Eula Murphy Middle row Roger McNenIy Rosalyn Frank Mary Flatt Frances Calfee Beulah Murphy Virginia Duckuson Dick Fearing Donald Johnson Back row Bob Vogt Duck Raub Bob McConnell Doris Crmg Marilyn Ward Opal Pridey Charlotte Day Paulina Raub Walter Schoonard Sophomore A Sophomore Offlcers Pre-s1dent Dxck Fear1ng Vxce Pres1dent Esther Taylor Secretary V1rg1n1a Kellogg Treasurer B111 Carlton Sergeant at arms Donald Johnson Pastorette June Russell Class Admser Mrs Maude Wolfe Colors Royal purple and wh1te Although we are only two years advanced on our four year course of learn mg, we take courage 1n the fact that we have reached the half way mark As Freshmen and now Sophomores , we have clearly proved our energetlc cooperat1on and good sportsmanshlp 1n all class aCt1V1t1CS Tl'11S year we were fortunate 1n hav1ng Dlck Fearlng as presldent wlth Esther Taylor assxstlng 1n estabhshlng a group slngular 1n dlstmctlveness Thus far, we have had a very successful hxstory, and are now looklng for ward to the commg years here at M V A page thlwty sw v.-In 1 .,, 1: , f. i mv- I N wa I t t.. , X.. I ' ra . xx ' r C 11 J 5 'i 5 2 .. z Left to right: Front rovv-Betty Jean Foster, Joyce Bernhardt, Virginia Kellogg, Esther Taylor, Marguerite Kulisek, V 3 Freshman One year of past and three years of future are a bright outlook to us in the light of our present school year. We are, as you might say, the "upstarts" of the school but at least we have the vitality that will in the end bring us to the lead. Yes, we have our future to look forward to, and even though there is a war raging, our class a'ms to go forward and do our part with a willing spirit as well as a patriotic one Freshman Officers President Harold Messenger Vice President Lois Nelson Secretary Joan Pangborn Treasurer Anne Onasch Sergeant at arms Bill Murphy Class Advzser Professor Edwards Colors Red, white, and blue Left to rnght Front row Ila Trubey Loss Braman Betty Hebb Mabel Farley Naoml Dye Mildred Shull Joan Pangborn Roberta Foster Back row Olga Jessup Anne Onasch Donald Whuteus Betty Beach Robert Foster Isabel Botens Bob Gerrard Herbert Ingersoll Bull Murphy Helen Knowles Harold Messenger Loss Nelson Charles Darnell Harold Suvey page thwty seven i ' l .1 ' . L. ' ' ,MM 1 , ,..,, , 1 X 1 1. X- ' ' W.. . . s ef ' ma- an .as 'Vw 'Asa-.. Q X3 r ' . X. -. - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I vlirilivs busy y from morning - Expressnon Class Mrs Kelley as mstructor Nledlcal Cadet Corps under the dn rectuon of IVlr Edwards and Elder Fariey page forty 1 ,. ,...,,,,,.. yawn- " , .-.....-. A., -?..........v...-.-..,-f-, - f 0 new-wfs,,, , . Y , . Mrs Johnson and her able as snstants of the laundry Smith as manager and Mr R B Wheeler assustant paqe forty one to afternoon The Press force with Mr. L. J. im ut A Night in Hawaii Left to right- -Ruth lvlclfvilliams, Elizabeth Gemler Esther Corder, Shirley Leonard, Betty Lambdon virginia Kellogg seated The highlight of any picnic the bread line ww L... sie page forty fir 0 .b Am N., Q .W ge 'fit A ,Y Q 4 45 A- .::: A glnmpse ofthe dnnlng room XV at the Eoys Receptron December 21 1942 Sharley Guenther and Lllllan Robinson toast marshmallows ec eatlon N, M. 0 .sm Come on gurls show us that muscle X -Sw pnqp for P11 H1100 1 - Ar , ' if l ' V 4 X. ' Q , , , 1.:.,. , X QQ , My - .. 'Y::.:EEEE::::. 'N W ' . .,,,, -P i X Y "A ' fy" w . Q Q A 2 .. -x ' W sl, r X S A ' A wi s. Staff SPIRIT STAFF Erhtor Oral Edwards Assocmte Editor Lols Mlller Feature Iwiztor Marylou Leng Senwr Reporter Esther Corder Jumor Reporter Nathalle Turner Sophomore Reporter Bob McConnell Freshman Reporter Mlldred Shull Typzsts LOIS Lletzow Evelyn George Faculty idzzser Il Robert Edwards Photographer Leland R Shultz ANNUAL STAFF Erhtor Esther Corder Cordon Shumate Nathalle Tulner Aflzertzsmq Mgr Ellzalbeth Gemler Czrculatzmm Mgr Lllhan Robinson As zstant Kenneth Herald Snapshot Ipflztors Betty Lambdon John Reep Campawn I efulers Shlrlev Leonard Patty Davls Dxck Raub Mlldred Shull Plzotoqraplzer Leland R Shultz page forty four I ,' . lv ' 'V I ' 1' 1' l l , . :- Associate Editors I , . Q .'Sl.' , f I J sz STUDENTS ASSOCIATION V Preb Bereth Anderson Secretary L1ll1an Roblnson Treabureo Homer Loehle Sgt at arme Leland Prxtchard I'1re Chzef Orland Behner l'mm.st Marguerlte Kuhsek Class Representatnes, Sophomore Bob McConnell Junlor Sonney Cowllng Senxor Gall Anderson GIRLS CLUB OFFICER 1942 Ireszdent Janet Self Vwe Preszdent Betty Lambdon Secretaru Dorls Dlener Treasurer Nancy Barrett 1943 Preszdent Ruth McW1ll1ams Vzce President Eleanor Wlese Secoetary Shirley Guenther Treasurer Dot Calfee Pzamet Jane Landls Paw fvrfzz five arch In pm page forty szx At 1- ,A Q V' - -, J I Q 4 , X A 5 A 16 . , ! L-. : A ,tk .W , L. nw :fe '- Ms 4, . A f "L AN .-- lf i ' ,n . mqn fofrtu sez an e March ut 111 Z esndcnt Nl Wullnms ac orrmodates w th her ell lmol n m le at on dw or Ruth Shultz 5 lvlll er ' ssor orrus pos 5 vvuth .we Semorb li t r :mel lane up of clwss binn evy of Semou n o momcn vv e Cl lJlC plc ue or gra lfl non nc mes 7 Johrsue l more Scmoru 8 Ji at mms Domle Jolusom pvoldly CXl1lbllS Sophomore bm cv It 5 llwose ruotlc Prob new A grou o emor officers 'uw Prof mor lVl I E W E L L PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS ICE CREAM MILK BUTTER SELECTED EGGS SALAD DRESSING IEWELL ICE CREAM AND MILK C0 S P 2 MOUNT VERNON OHIO I Sandusky tr - 1 1 1.11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..A1 1 1 11.1-1-1n.1-.-n.1g1.1 WORLEY S 'VII N S WI AR Mount Vernon Ohio Compliments 0 HOIVIL ELECTRIC CO Pave I'o Shop At J C PENNY CO Complzments o Roger A Tarr, D D S Complzments o John Zuccaro Frull' Co Phone 573 Wholesale Fruit and Produce 1 y S and I Ohlo xe MOUN I' Nl RNONI OHIO S S KRESGE CO olr Patronage IS Always Appreuated 5 l0c c 7 S Mann St Mt Nernon I SAI ll WIIH I-IOIIINS SHARP S FLOWER STORE Flowers Gifts Cards 7' Publu Square Phone Nh FRANK BARTLETT Builders Supply Co Lolumbu bements Sewer Pipes I lue Inners I .un .md Lommon Iirnk SteeISpeu.1ls Lonuete Iilogks XX :shed Sand and hr n el Phone '83 ug. 1---I-11-.1-111---.-I ' I I I . . . - ,, ,. 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I . 1 . . , I ' ' I I I '5- + ----- - ----------- -----5 ------- -- -if Compliments of Mansfield Photo Engraving Co YIYNYOQQ R ngwalt s L ttle Shop by the Theater lnexpensxve Coples of Expenslve Ongmals m COATS SUITS HATS DRESSES The LD' , 4. --------- W- --.. - .... - -..- - .--...-....--w.- -w...,-..........-...-....-.............-..... - 4- 11111-11-11.41...--,1...11.1....1-.--1..1,.,.., COLUMBIA UNION CONFERENCE SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS CONFERENCES Chesapeake Qhxo New ersey East Pennsylvama Potomac West Vlrgxma West Pennsylvamd Pl RSONWI I Robbins President K0Hy SCCYTYCIS Audi or Net? Supt of Ed Soc on IVI V we H and H IVI Secy Robbms Rel L Sec Mrs L Holbert Mig Silas J H Wagner Negro Secy 900 Carroll Avenue Takoma Park Washmgton, D C OF F. H. ' , .' C. H. . , ' - ij, 't J. P. , , . C. P. 1' ns , . 1 7 c'y J. C. oll , . . ' S. L. Clark, Pub. Dept. Sedy F, H. ' , . . 'y .. . , . . . G R SMITH 81 CO Hardware 8x Electrlc Supplxes Mount Vernon Ohlo 83 PHONE We Save You Money On Screen Doors Elecum Fans Lawn Mowers Lawn Hoge GOOD SERVICE TO YOU A PLEASURE TO US CONGRATULATIONS To A Fme School GELSANLITER S STAUFFER S Men s and Boys Clothmg and Furmshlngs Yeam of Contlnuoue NCIXICQ ON THL SQUARL BOTH WAYS Compllmenfs of 77' OHIO POWER c. BI:S7 REGARDS T0 THI: SENIOR CLASS from THE MANUFACTURING PRINTERS CO Mount Vernon Ohlo 1- ------ -I -------- I--..,-,. ...... ........ .. .,-..g. 'I' . I ! I ! 4 u e I 5 I . . I 3 I 0 I . I I 1 I i I I I I - - 84 I S I i . , I ' 1 ,Q I - . - I -V - .' , . 5 Q ' I I I I l 3 I 5 I M. E I I I I . .. .... .. - ..-... - I I - .. .,.i.,.... .. - , E I Q I I I I . . , , , . - , - - - I E I E , I I I I I . -nn-an-m1n-n-nn-n-vm1m-m-u.-m- - I I i I I S I S , . . I I . . . I E I E . I v 75 -, ' . C I W 1 1 ' E 4 L 4 ... 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Complzments 0 Wayne Cash 81 Feed Store Complzmenls Mount Vernon Oh1o Complzments o John S Schnebly D D S Mt Vernon Oh1O The Hardlng Samtarlum Scribner s Menfholafed WORTHINGTON OHIO ' to 1 tetspoonful urn Z Ol lhouls Newhauser s Chucks 12 East Oh1o Ave MT VERNON OHIO SERVE YOUR COUN RY While Domg fhe Kung s Business The health of our natlon IS of the greatest unportance r1ght now Surgeon Gen eral Thomas Parran sald recently We shall need 1n the days to come rugged health and coura e such as the world has nevex seen The need 1S reater than ever before md the problems of healthful hvmq are lncreasmg as sc'1rc1t1es develop 1n food fuel and clothmg Our health message IS streamlmed fox such a t1me as th1s and IS presented most attract1vel5 ln Lzfe and Health Nom that subsc11pt1ons are sell mg at 150 and smgle copxes at 15 cents colporteuls are en Joymg a much apprec1ated mcrease m earnmgs Selling five year subscrlptlons on easy payments has p1owed a 1e'1l success There are hberal scholarsh1p premlums for those who earn all 01 part of thelr way ln our schools sellmg Lzfe and Health Get fur ther 1IlfOI'1T18t101'1 wlthout delay Wllte to your field 1111551011113 secretary Book and Blble House secretary O1 81 H E A TAKOMA PARK WASHINGTON D L. .Qs ---- m-w-m--mv-m1-m--m- - - -pm.-n,..,..,,, ,.,...,.,,-, .. , , 4, 'Q' f l I 5 . ! 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I rv ' 4' -' 1 1 1 -- -111-v-11 n1m-ln--nu-m1n1lm.- i111 .. 1 ... 1 ., .. 4, Star Shoe 81 Clothing Store Sport Coats Shoes Suits Phone 236 Complzments o Fred MIDDICII, D D S DRAKE S STUDIO PORTRAIT and LOMMI RCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Phone I437 ll 9 Mann St R V HEADINGTON Super Service Siohon Dependable Products Reliable beruce Shock Absorber Service Vme Sc Mulberry Phone 907 M Do Your Bankmq With THE KNOX COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Memben of Fedexal Reserxe System Membel I ederal lleposxt Insurance Corp 4. .....-..-....- -..-...-...-...--.-...-...-...-..- -..-......-...-..- - .. -.. -..... -,.,-,.,..,,,-.,.. - -,,,-,,,.,,- -,,- -,,,,,,,, -,,-,-,- -M-, 4, Barncord Shoe Repalr Shoe Repairing While You Walt Publn Square PII'IKIh s Provlslon Store The Store that Saves You Monev 135 137 South Mann Street The Flrsl' Knox Nahonal Bank Mount N ernon Ohuo Lorner S Mann and Publu Square Member Fedelal D6I50Slt IIISUIHIICK Colp HUBERT M WALKER Dealer m Lumber, Paint Mnllwork Blllldlng Supplles Extends best wrshes to e Class of 1943 4. -...............-.I-....-,,,,-,,.-,.-.M-.,,-.......-N... -M-Q-.- -...-.....M.-..-......,.-...-...-..-..,.-.,,-.,,...,.....,,.-4, I ' . n ! . . , . ,' - . 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I: Bronson Prop 203 W Hgh St Mt Vernon O Mayfag Sales 81 Service lVlayta Washers lroners General Electrlc Appllances 18 Newark Rd Phone 1353 Mount Vernon Oh1o A COMPLETE LINE OF MODERN AS APPLIANCES THE GAS COMPANY Mount Vemon, Ohio TRY LEMASTERS For Shoe Sut Sports Co t Slack QWL.orM nadVme SHAW FUNERAL HOME Qur SCFVICC IS avallable to all Re arclless of FlI'I3IICl8l COndItlOHS Phone 748 203 N Maln St Mcunt Vernon Oh1o Complzments of MOUNT VERNON FARMERS EXCHANGE CO M PAN Y Token of Busmess Appreclatlon um 11-.1 H ...I ..-..-......-..-...-.,.... ------. ..--.- -.......-........- ....-..-..-.......-.....-........ T I , I I I . I I I I . . I l ' i . s, . I s A 4 , , , ' Q a s - I 1 I . s A - I . . , . ' I W o 1 I .........--..-.-.--.--I.-w-.--I--....-....-...-..- 1 .- .--.-.-..-..- -..- -. .-.-....-..- - I I ' I I I I S , , I . . - I , , , I . . I of 1 'O I . . I I I . I , ' I . , ' I I I I 1 1- 111 1I1m-- -- 1m1m1 1 1II- f 1:1 -- -l1l1--nl-un-uu- 1un-m- - 1 I I I I I I . 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Q 1 ka 'E ' ' 1' ' " ." z President, eligious ibert Secretary-Treasurer Home Missionary, adio and Secretary Sabbath School Secretary Book and ible Secretary Educational and Missionary Pubishing Department Volunteer Secretary "'1""""-'111"-"'-in-11-------:--------m HWS? Wg? nkg 1 lVlary Lou Wykle In Ime at the lnformatlon corner 3 Looks luke a famlly affalr Bereth and Gall Anderson hlklng at the Caves 5 Esther Marne Wheeler allas They ve got you covered 7 Hold that smlle Jane up folks At no other place can you get a rnde luke this eats 11 lVlore Seniors enjoymg thelr day at the take tnme out for a llttle readlng 13 Another campus 14 Co eds Lllllan Roblnson Shlrley Guenther Patty 16 June Russell and Paullna Raub glvlng the camera gang wlth Pop Bogar and Bob McConnell for good pose of that food 19 Its a summer day at Round Lake 2 The Junlor day plcnlc ends wlth a satusfylng lunch 4 Oral Edwards and Jane Landis stop to rest after the Lone Ranger 6 No hopes for you Mr Wllllson 8 Oral Edwards ready for the take off 9 Step rlght 10 Dallas Hlett and Chuck Grant escapung wlth the Caves 12 D Calfee J Landls C Day and F Calfee shot lncludlng J Russell E Wheeler and R Wheeler Davus and Nancy Barrett out nn wlnter wonderland man a solld vlew of those molars 17 The Laundry measure 18 Lllllan seekung a secluded spot to das and teeterlng us back nn style 20 Hy there Mom Complzments of Carrol D Conard, M D U0 To STER For Quality Mens Wear Mann St Mt Vernon Comphments of MILLER 81 O BRYAN Infernahonal Nufrlhon Laborafory W IVI1IIer IVI D Pres Soya Lac IVegetabIe M11kJ Soya Curd Soya Sandw1ch Spread Soya Loaf Canned Soya Beans Mxen Jlng fG1uten Cutletsj Box 326 Mount Vemon, Ohio Complzments 0 FRED PHARIS Real Estate and Insurance Complzments of MOUNT VERNON ICE DELIVERY CO For a .Safe Tax: Ride CALL PLEASE Insured Lourteous For the bmartest m Style Finest m Quality At a Moderate Cost Shop First At Knox Counfy s Greafesf Sfore THE RUDIN CO 211 213 S. 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South Mam St Phone 280 one 1019 C K HEIGHTON Plumbrng 8: Heatrng Co Prompt 6: Effluent Service 71511 Hlgh Street Mt Vernon O Complmrents Topps Hardware 307 South Mam Mt Vernon Ohro Steele s Grocery Qualrty Meats I-rurts and Vegetables Phone 1420 203 1 Hamtramck St Phone 1188 12 E Gambler bt Mt Vernon Ohro These war davs make many demands The natron s nrdustr res are all on stepped up productron and even educatron rs accelerated The Home Study Instrtute rs well pre pared to cope ruth accelerated war tlme programs It offers a large varretv of courses to those xx ho race agarnst trme for an educatron All students xxrll benefit by takrng some work by correspondence It makes the sum mers rnueh more enjovable when a portron of one s xacatron tune rs spent rn profitable studx The Home Study Institute IS the Evctensron Drwrsron of our colleges and academres Credrts earned wrth us are accepted at full value Correspondence study saves trme and money Covering., some favorrtr subject rn a IEISUILIW nay under the gurdance of a sympathetrc and compete nt teacher rs an alto pethmr pleasant experrence XX rrte non for our catalog which grves detarls on hon Vou rnry spa nd a profitable 811111 llll I THF HOML bTUlJY INSTITUTE Takoma Park Washrrrgton D C .I .. ... .. . . . . u f . . 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I 'ja ' 2 ' ' I . ! ... .... -vm... .... ... .... .- .... -.m,...m-m.-m1-wn-m1- ---- Z 1' c - . K 2 E . L Comphmenfs of MT VERNON HOSPITAL SANHTARIUM HarryW Muller, M D SUPERINTENDENT AND SURGEON 9 WEST SUGAR QT PHONE 448 MOUNT VERNON OHIO I I lu .wx 4 ? 7 ' .V X., Q , , ff" X 0 O 0 o o CV' 1 5,0 1 il Q -1- --------------- --------------- -1. -fl hn1u1nn-nina -1-- 11,11 - 1n..1m1 .. ., 1 ,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,.., 1 ,.. ,,1,, 1 1,,1,,, 4, "The Gafeway To Service" Columbla Hall WASHINGTON MISSIONARY COLLEGE AND COLUMBIA JUNIOR COLLEGE Here IS an lnstltutlon that prepares the btudent for the business of Lhrlstxan Service In so doing It prepares a LICIICII for this world and for the World to come Here you may prepare for The Mlnlstry Auountann Dentistry Teaching Buble Work Nursing Medicine Business begretarlal Home hconomus MUSIL work Dr B G WlIklHSOH Presldent Washmgton Missionary College Takoma Park Md . I . . . . . , - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . , . . . , . 4. 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