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

 - Class of 1945

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'Q CCLLEGE rl? lll' Annual Nllllllllq' The Splrrl' of M V A Chest IHIL NI II IT OI M X A IS publlshui monthlx duung the 19 months from Octobel to ptembu bx the student body of 'VIou'nt XQIIIOII -X .adam 'Wt Xu n Oh P 1 tn lui Qu wcmni class m Ltter Nmembu Z3 1'J'4 at the post otflcg it Mt Xuuon Ohm umiu .ut of Nlguch 1849 5LlI'JbClllltlOIl price fxftx centb pu Stl . , U I I O I ' - A 7- r - I - ' ' . N- H K - - I, ,.c r,,I. -nc 1, lo. ,1- - , Z .V . ,.', 'U' ,Z ' ,. y , ,. 1' .- 'I "' ' -.' ' .'. ' f 1 . .- . -I, . I , A H.1, Dwliffation As an exp1ess1on of lts smcexe appreuauon and g1at1tude fo1 the years of helpful SGYXICE of Mr Sz Mrs J L Johnson the student body of Mount Vernon Academy count It a puvllege to mamfest th1s feelmb of good wxll the school Mr Johnson as the supex v1sor of the launchy and Mrs Johnson s our matron In cons1de1at1on of the fO1G omg facts the student body takes pleasure ln dedxcatmg th1s lssue of the Txeasule Chest of 1945 to Mr gl Mrs L J Johnson 7' . . . . , The Johnscns have manifested a keen interest in the various industries of an ' . " 1 A ' ci ' ' 1 ' 1 ' ' D . I I . Q . 1-1 1 1 1 . . s . 1 . . ontents Q F u ultx S1 lll0l'h Students lllllllSfl'l05 Q xdW0l'flC0lllPllfS z - .' Q ' .' 6 ' .Q Q Activities 0 f J P Laulence M A uae sn ,?'flll'ijl1lIlUlIf Hzlwfnexs 1Ill'lll4If'l' R F Fallex 'NI A s C' Baku BIN! -X Fallex A A R111 tum I 114111 I1 Qi? i s I' M IN Qlil Cllllllllflllfll Hlkfllllj Illllf Scum: Inn 11411 C. Miller B. S. J. Tegler B. A. Com merciul Nmem e C. 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I,o1md'ry MLW Presldent Vice Pres1dent Treasurer Secretary Pastor Sergeant at arms Faculty Sponsor Senior Class 0ffu'ers Buxton Brooks Paulma Raub Lenora R1tch1e Mary Klesa Robert Mohlel Walter Rotthoif Fab1an A Mexer We Labor Motto ot For Tune but Aim Unto The End Watchvord Constant Flow er Wh1te Carnatlon Lolors For Eternxty Navy blue gold, XVl'11tB Page fu vlrc' w "' 22: 2 ' s N N 5 0 0 L L rtfm I 100 I nf I U lwnmmus Null l 4 X muster Man Ixlesa Tlztwf en ure ldllor Splrl Secreldrx Senior Claw -Xmbxlxun Segruldrk Robelt Mohler B0 J ulor ol bn-nmr ass Armxlxllluxm EluLirun1L u une Maxguellte hullsek "KllI1'6' Y.nIvdlclorle-an Sz-uior Class '45 S, 5, Sup:-rxntendant '45 Nl, Y, Secretary '45 Ambition Preceptresa Mijn' H1i1'ta'vn JW' Ullll xl lv 0 L1 S url: ul 1 Q re nur: L. ulm m ulum N u lemma Rltilllt U Illlx been-lurs mf unmr Treasurer -Xlplxx Cummx C u 1 -35 Trydsurer buuur C l x 11111011 me ln lrupl XX .alter lmtthoff 111111 r nmx S nun nw r ennt urnu unmr C uw Amlcl Club Reporter -lv -Xsxoulxle rlxtor nt -Xnnuxl Ambxtmn Qur elm Iuamta Qtxlxxell '.X'if11" Secret-:ry Alplm C.uuum Club '-S5 Secretary' lvurv Nleludn- 444 .-Xlubxtnun llmnu l'e.n:lu-r lu'm Bart t ea ln-r -Xmcn C -Xmblilon Surg.: ln Clam Mae Ruttuton C 111711121114 fre-sldmn! 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Cklrculextxou Klan-xzgn r 4-fthe-"5p1r1t"'45 .Xlnbllxmx Xlissmnnry Nurse ljllflt' xf.f'ff'1"f NX 11113111 Jones B1'Iu Amlnlmn Doctor Opa Illricls m nil mn Lhurch SC mo Te uhm' Imogene NN Ol lxman Iqmf L Ln xrkr Student Auucxatmn Sur: rx Ambltlon prune Se-Cretan X ll,Q'lI1ld hlause Aloha Gramm x Tn uurer -4 renrinnl lx on 'X1rlod1e-, Xmblllun Secrelars for Surg: on rye rn c :0'9' 44" 1"'7 N..-1' Alma Callahex Hmm x 1 lm Nun I Inuit Sxx.11t7w Qk uNL Na Mxcw 1 1 Q unaldu III! zu 'Ruud Ncntxrx f m un mhxtmn Bunn:-xx XCLULINQ NI ldled Nhull 'Uzrlqf 1 e Xlp I lub bophc more Rc-pwru Qegrc-lux Xplm flu J -H var on minors alll lr 4 Lillian Szana "Lil" V 1- A nl ju, ht li Virginia Kellogg 'f ir Ill Senlor flass lllstory Would Vou l1ke to hear the story Of the Sen1o1 class of 45 The tale of our class 1n all It s glo1y He1e s what we ye been able to derne FOI class president we chas one of ou1 new con1ers Bu1ton Brooks of DuLo1s Pennsylvama He hkes to play s ftball and h1s favor1te subjects are algcbm ind expresslon Burt as he IS com nonlw called des1res to become a lT11I11St91 and has already made a ood begmnmv by belng lVl1ss1onary VOlUHt991 leader A Jolly brown eyed g1rl trom Zanesvllle Oh1o vxho has spent all fou1 of her acad em1c yea1s he1e at MVA lb none othe1 than Paul1na Raub She is also uw p1es1dent of the Students ASbOC1at1OD and supeuntendant ot the student Sab bath School P1 llx nas done excellent work as laund1y bos but soon she expects to lay down he wash board and clcthspms to start on hu C3169 as a nurse The blonde gul yy ho yy nks 111 the OEICS as the sec1eta1y of our class Mary Klesa was born IH Coude1sport Pennsylvan 1 She hkes boolxkeeplng as he1 vocatwn and collectmg flowers as her hobby On bnght sunny days when not poundmc, the typewmter or Jugglmg f1gures she spends her t1me h1k1ng or b1cycl1ng A featule ed1to1 of oul Sp1r1t she has been yery suctessful The gul Who holds the money bag to1 the Alpha Gamma Club as well as the SQDIOI class IS Leno1a R1tCh19 of Toledo She enjoys he1 B1ble classes most ot all and plans to follow up that subject and become a B1ble wo1ker As a past1me she hkes skatmg and photography Oux class pastol 15 Robert lVIohle1 Bob wants to become an electronlc eng1nee1 so nltuxally he enjoys any forn of ChLITl1SlQIy He l1kes all sports espec 1ally football Bobs home lb 111 Dayto11 Oh1o P11110 illllltl til 1 'l lusurar lumol Llxss 44 6 V V, Le: Vrtsi 6 3 1 ' H Cxmm, Club 44 Xmbition Xrtist l litor in cliitl Annu 11 45 ' 'X ilmition Sur 11 ll Vurse lr" V I '. lg Q , af? .. 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JJ Another lad from Pennsylvanra rs our sargeant at arms Walter Rottolf He rs an expert rce skater and a drlrgent worker r n the farm If he works as enthusrast c ally toward hrs goal of berng a surgeon as he has rn puttrng hrrnself through school he rs sure to succeed The valedrctorran of our class rs from Youngstown Ohro She rs Marguerrte Kulrsek and through drlrgent studyrng and hard work she has attarned thrs pos rtron Kulre rs one of the four students who has spent her entrre acadernrc years at MVA She rs a bookkeeper rn the offrce and rs here that she acqurred he ambrtron to be a ccmmercral teacher and preceptress She rs a lover of all sports but does not let that rnterfere wrth her sprrrtual actrvrtres She has been Sab bath School Superrntendant and secret ary of the M V Sotrety Second rn schoolastrc honors rs Juanrtr Strlwell She rs one of our most pro rr rsrng rnusrcrans havrng taken prano srnce the age of srx Nrta has a very rnter restrng collectron of many types of musrc Wrth IUUSIC as her hobby favorrte sub Ject and pastrme she plans to become a musrc teacher and rs sure to succeed From Bucyrus Ohro comes Wrllrarn Fralrck who ranks thrrd hrghest rn our and many a flounderrng student has sought hrs ard rn provrng theorems He spends Thursday afternoons rn the lab ratory rn preparatron for hrs lrfe work as a sc ence teacher It rs hrs Job rn the press to set up type and when not work rng you can usually frnd hrm on the ba e ball drarnond We have two srsters rn our class name ly Beulah and Eula Murphy orrgrnally from Gray West Vrrgrnra Recently they moved to Mount Vernon and haye spent three of therr acadernrc years here at MVA Though they are not twrns teachers as well as students frnd rt drffr cult to attach the rrght name to the rrght grrl Both lrke roller skatrng but each has chosen a drfferent professron Eula wrshes to become a surgrcal nurse and Beulah wants to be a prrvate secretary to a dentrst Both haye worked long hours thrs year rn the krtchen and laun I From the heart of MVA we haxe Donald Johnson who has lrx ed here for 10 years Donnre has been presrdent It 1 of the Amrcr Club secretary of the Sab bath School and adyertrsrng manager ot the Annual Wrth hrs dormrtory lrfe a a background rt rs hrs rdea to be a dean of men lrke cur spanser Dean Merer To teach lrttle tots rn church school rs the desrre of Opal Prrddy from Mount Vernon Ot all her tlasses she enyoxs expressron the most She works rn Dr Mrllers factory and as a srdelrne collects post ards The fellow who always has some thrng to say rs Mrchael Camardo He should make a xery good busrness ex ecutrve hrs gral rn lrfe Mrckey lrkes swrmmrng boatrng readrng and musre and has serxed as socral secretary of the Amrcr Club Two very devoted frrends are Al na Gallaher and Frreda Swartzbeck They room together work together and both want to beccme nurse superrntendants Alma rs from the hrlly state of West Vrr grnra and Frreda has come to us from the drstant stat of North Car olrna One of the drlrgent workers of the farm rs John B rtlett usually called J G He rs from the smokey crty f Prttsburgh What could be more rnter estrng than physrcs to the one who plans to be a surgeon? says he We frnd that stamp ccllectrng A beautrful v r e and a plersant smrle belong to Vrrgrnra Krause who rs from Zanesvrlle Ohro At present she rs rronrng whrte shrrts rn the laundry but some day soon she hopes to be sec retary for 'rn able surgeon Harrv Terrrl from Barberton Ohro rs one of the good players on the senror basket ball team He has the rnterestrn hobby of collectrng ccrns He s a member of the campus crew and hrs prospeetrxe work rs that of mechanrcal engrneerrng Presrdent of the Alphfr Grma Club rs Mrldred Sl'ull the dy namrc blond from Columbus Ohro Mrdge lrkes to swrrrr and rs an expert dry er Her hobby rs real rng whrch rs qurte necessary when one s favorrte subject rs Englrsh Lrterature rs hers rs Her Job rs to help keep the Adrnrn sprc and span The weather prophet of our ela rs Jonathan Ferguson who breezed rn from Buffalo New York last year Srme' the age of frve he has foretold rarn s rne on the morrow a great help A 1 1 V ' ' - ' ' . -'v - -,s - . - . 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'vu plannmg p1cn1cs He plans on takmg theology 1n college and meteorology a s1de l1ne Senorua Pe1 z was born IH Bl om nggroxe Ohl bu lsas spent 1 p rt1on 1f he1 l1fe ID New Yo lc Cty Pa FIHDCQ Maaud nd Barge ons Span Chr1st1na often enter a n the Alpha Gama Club xx h n 1 c o ol an s los but she does not par- I1 d 1119 lat for the est of he1 lfe He h bb1 IQ D wlng nd Art Two othe1 songbnd at L11 lass axe Esthe Rltz of VVheel1r W Vlrg n a nd Ethel Marshal' of C1n 1nnat1 On1o B tn are lovels of ITUBIL and are qulte accompl shed p1an1st The r future plans a1e centered round Bbe wo1k Ethel enjoys the outd 101 U r of ce skat 1ng wh1le Esthe1 prefers 1he 11 door spoxt f basketball A d1l1gent student of l11nGl1sh L1 er ature IS Norma Ne1swanger f om Canton Oh1o She has the unusual hobby of col lect ng chma dogs W1th her sympathetl ren s nurse wh1ch IS her plan for the fut u SIX foot tall no more ng less Donald Mxller of C1nc1nnat Ohxo Don Slnger o Hadley blology creat d h1S Ynedl al docto1 and 1st pra t1ce n he me IS the Opera Hall The study of tust des1re to be a h1s h1gh9St amb t on n1ss1on flelds A future m1ss1ona1y nu se n ouz dGI'lC1l11 atlon IS Do1ott'y Knapp who hopes to s n1ed y 1nv de the darkne o Af11ca For the t11e belnff Do worl1n0 1n the laundxy and the must stud1o The ctllectlon c poe ry 0 up es much of her spare ture V1rg1n11 D1Ck1SOf 1s an l1e1 ot ou1 tudents from Mount Ve non She col lects badges of all shape and sxzes and has gathered nearly 400 She works as a nu1ses a1d IH the Mount Vef non San tElI'1l.1IT1 ga1n1n experlenc to be a sur g1cal 1urse Mary Lou Flatt may some day re turn tm MVA to teach Eng 1sh L1ter atu1e whlch er 1 1o11e sublet Although that IS he1 puter ed 1 cup ton she ha been spendm he1 aft noons man l1n sheet tle laundry F111 e reat on ne lke boax g and 1ead ng Ma y 10,1 vs 1 1 C rydon Pennsy vanla and l' been 111th t hree Vejrs Another vocahst 1n our class 1S Joyce Bernhardt of Er1e Pennsyly anla F01 SXGICISQ Jo hkes t1 sw m 01 xce skat a d 1n the 1era nder ot her lelsure t1me he re ds To he no cthe1 subjec ould b 1 ore f s 11 tn'-1 than Engllsh 1te ature W 111 he1 1 ea ant I1 ne she shauld na e 0 cept onist St ll anoth 1 t1ayele 111 ou clas Clara M e Butte1 n bo1n n Qumcy C l1 orn1 sl aye Ll th ough most J the Un Leo H ates JI d has l1ved fo sone t11ne n 1 dffe e111 states Ca1 e likes the p 1t ot syn 1111111 and yale rd n n pare t1n e lle ts Sl8ITlOS and pos1 L3 d She 15 ta s"uden1 n sh tband oye a s It and captam he Red C p bas Lal tean lb Rlch d Feaung wh soends evexy spa e mmu e pra t1c1nff w1th h1s team Fou yeus ago Dlnk enrolled for hs treshman course 1ere at MVA and s1nce then he ha be ne a very fr endly and o ltstandlng tudent He has exerc1sed h1s great l1k1nG of the Students Assoclatlon and presld ent of the AIBIC Club Llke h1S b1othe1 A C Fear n lt IS Dlcks ma1n 8IHb1t1O 1 L0 become a xn1n1ste1 1n Gods sery 1ce MVA s one and onl pr1vate set retary 1S Mary W1ll13IXlS who Works n P1 cfessor Lauren e s OfflC6 She has bee 1 NICE pres1dent of the Cf1rls Club and sen1or 1eporte1 on the Spl If st tt Peggy as sh 1s always called s ve1y 1thlet1c a11d lkes ll 1 1ts espec1all1 ba ketball Juhana Wallmgton s ou1 all 31 cund pxamst lu Grl Club an hav p obably guessed s musl Asd from lee IHLISIC Juh na l1kes 1 rlde a b1cycle ox roll 1 skae Thls yea1 she has been workmg 1n the lutchen but 1n the future she plans to be 1 st nographer V1rg1n11 Kellogg 1s also trom Ohl A15 he1 hOI""6 15 at Met to on he Lake l'e tayJ 1te sp rt has be one swnr' 1n'f Gmna spends her spare ture p mt D5 and draw ng and h pes someday to b L ne a Great artl t The capable flrst tloo1 1 n to1 Llnden H ll Ib Dor1 Th r'well of Akron Oh o Fo th ee years D 115 has been l'e1 11d lo s always bee11 wll1 to lend 3 help1n hand She studles l"61 B1ble at Taledo Oh1 olay 11g fo wor ou1 thou' Y that he1 l1obby fum tl tl ' ' as ' , 1 1 ' , ' ' l I . 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' !'t'lfj-fl.L'4' QW x K Q Prlqe tzferztq sn ,XR " V1 1 3 X 4 g . f - M'-:A Q , N, W ' N ' '4-H-mffq 'J X xv A '- s .A 3 Q 1 - rw Q. - k f F76 1 W 1 4 Y 5 J , vi A V Ja -lunwr Llass llzstoly Another scho 11 year has cone to 1tS lose another mlle stone rn the race of hte has been reached Yes do nate to leaxc bchrnd us l apprest ye lrs at lVI V A The Junror ambrtron to be orrgrnal xxas mphasrzed rn many ways narched rn Therr banner and then flag were of an or1g1n'rl composrtlon The pro 5, am also was the frrst of rts kmd rn the hrstorx of Mount Vernon Academy 111 rrch ms The program was centered .round the beautrful artrsts sketches of each member of the class Along wrth xxc Junrors one of our xx hen thex student a t1v1t1es up to the present date md the predrctron of therr future was erven xx 1th the ard of a crystal ball The decoratrons were of black and elloxx Yellovx stands for llght cheer tulness and sunshme Black stands for xx rsdom As pr esldent of the class Robert Cermrd has shown frne leadershrp He IS soon to be rnducted mto the armed forces but although we hate to see hrm leaxe xxe couldnt lose hrm to anxone better than L ncle Sam The xrce presrdent Joan Pangborn has rnanrtested a sprrlt of loyalty rn all act x1t1es represented bv the Junior class 1,4 11671 We are glad th rt xxe haxe chosen such a hard xxorkmg 1nd tactful xoung, lrclx our xrce presrdcnt Robert Whlttakcr crrrres the money bag for the JUD101 class As tu rsurer he has kept most accurate rtcords t recelpts and cxpendrtures The secretarx Edrth Robbms xx IN cho sen by an 1ln1ost LIITIDIIHOS xote Th1s Llttle Grrl tfor she IN shortj comes from Washmeton D C Merle Landrs 18 'mother proot ol the lox altx of the Junrors rn school lrfe We chose hxm to be our sergeant at arms Our class sponsor Prof Tegler hrs manlfested a keen hearted lnterest ln class crctrwrtrcs We count rt 1 prrx rlnge to haxe the benlfrt of hrs QXDLIILIILL We greatly 'rpprecmtc hrs ercceptronal mtucst rn the dcxelcpment of xoung llxes Strrxmg for Achltxement IS tht mot 1 of exuy Junror md1x1dually Wrth thrs as our motto we w1ll be sure to rc rch our arm Success Nothrng Less Ccurageou 18 the xvatchword that ex ery Junror xxlll folloxx throughout lrfe We trulx haxe a great xxork to do for our master b t xxrth a cour rgeous heart and hrs help and gurdance xxt xx1ll frnlsh the task Arthur Leach Q I . K' - . L. y I ' . K i . . x- B- - 1 C 5: ' Q ' ' ' -1 ' Q j I e j as . 1 . N15 Tx . Q 7. - si. X Q v 1' 7 1 1 . j ' I "V 1 1 -2 - ' if s " V ' ' 'Q . 1 1 w . - I 1. l y 5 cs , sf y uv 1 1 x 1 - b. is 1' A x v 7 - I ' K' 1 1 1 ' ' K'- ' 4 I . c ' ll I . ' .T 5' Z -J C ' ,l ' . If -. sv T. ' ' .T l K , . . " z - ,' . V '. Q -1 .' . ' ' 1 . . 1 . ' 4 Q - 5 ,. ,- V Lf' each sketch a small autobiography of the He is a very steady xvorker in our press. 4 ' ' ' ' ' ' .r - ' ' 5 ' 1' 7' ' - 1 ' l 1: C s ' v' '15-' 1 ' 1, -' v' 1 1 ' ' S v ' ' 'Lf 1 1 " 1 1 1. 'x' X '. Y .x ' .l D Q ' 7 c Tcl T .Q T'. ' . c I ' ' "Q 1 H1 3 5 ' . ' ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' -'L . " ' v' - - ' 1 v N '51 1 1 5- - ' nf s V 3-. v ' - ' ' V' fl ' ' . , x w fc v . L1 - I I L' 1 y I sf Q xi 1 s ' 11 " ' 1 f - ' 1 S .1 ' ' 1 . b V . , v . . . Y . 1 1 . Q- ' 'L wr fy' A - . , , , . u , ' . ' - . ' S ' ' v ' - . 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Q , Q 1, R 111' Sophomore Class lllstorv Go go to Mount Vernon Academy be a freshmen that would be nl e wouldnt xt" So we found oulselx es 1n the actxve freshmen class of 1944 We had mam good tures and our class march In was xerg su cessful For our colors we chose green ffor our mexoeuencej and whxte Qfol ou1 pur1tyJ but as 0u1 a1m explalns we were on the upward grade also we were golng to be as true and loyal as oul emblem Old Faithful Gomg golng 1nto the sophomore class of 45 was a great thrlll chmbmg upward We are proud of our sophomore class and weve really made a name At the fall p1cn1c we showed the other classe that we have 1eal power and strength-even our glrls had the1r Sh1n1ng hour So as th1s school year draws to a close each of us have the satlsfa t1on of knowmg that we have reached the halfway mark and are now ready to take our flrst step 1nto the last half of our hxgh school career Gone gone are two most happy and successful years but all opportunmes axe not gone and each of our 38 sophomores make the vow to prepare hun elf for service 1n th1s Wlde world Donna W1ll1s Inge ff entff Il xx 3 A 1. x x ,A K F N si' . i , Y D' - N ' 1 . 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D ' A I 1' 1-A me Freshman Presldent VICE Presldent TFQWSUI er Secretarx Pastor l 'lass l'ffil50l'8 Shlrlle Ashcraft Juanlta Haldeman LHFIQ Harmon MHTIIXD Wolcot' Arthur Belcher Sergeant arms Charles LIGIZOXX 'Vlotto Folxxard To OL11 Goal -Mm Followm the Llght VS atc hu ord Vlgllallf Lolors Scarlet and Whlte lfreshmf-n I lass lllstorw In the strongest of anx thlng there IS a weak spot Not to su the flesh nen are weak IH fact we re strong but the other classes dont exactly llke to admat II Thew were once freshmen too and I know eome of them xush that thex the better but Jubt Walt You wlll find thlb true ID all normal cases We Freshmen are now bulldmg xx 1th our present educahon '1 base for the Inter Our comrades the Junlors are always on guard ready to help 1n ank lnbtance and we ID turn are the same Of course thls 15 just an act of class organlzatlon and fun and we want the other classes to hold thexr true sp1r1t It IS ones ovun strength and splrlt that makes hxm late I' ll of Uh have a great battle ahead of us We are hr pmg for a Safe landlng 1 secure beachhead vuthout a casuallty het I belleve that Together vxe suck but dluded were stuck Shlflle AShC1HfI 11106 H117 fly C I Q 1 7 I -at-' ., , ' ' Y 1 R 1 1 . 1 ' . , . . .I . . P. lf 4 ly ' .pw ,A . V12 v 11,1 F I . V Y . H , V . still were. Maybe some of us think that "The sooner that I'm out of school, 7 . . 1 , G -rl Y . 4 Y. h-I I Q K n ' ' . , . v ' . ' ' ' ' 7 . I ' . Puqe thwtu one Students Association H ' A332 4195 Rlchard Fearing President Robert Whittaker treasurer OKSH W rkm n secret y Paulina Raub rce pre dent The students assocratron sponsors the school paper The Sprrrt of M V A and the annual The Treasure Chest TREASURF CHEST STAFF Echtor rn chref Assocrate Edrtors Snapshot Edrtor Busrness Manager Advertlsrng Manager Edrtorral Advrsor Fmancral Advrsor Lrllran Szana Walter Rotthoff Arthur Leach Arthur Belcher Herbert Prrtchard Donald Johnson Anna A Farley J P Laurence THE SPIRIT OF M V A STAFF Edrtor rn chlef Lors Nelsen Robert Gerrard Feature Edrtor Mary Klesa Alumnr Edrtor Mary A Srlverra Busrness Manager Herbert Prrtchard Crrculatron Manager Kenneth Snrder Asst C rculatron Manager Mrldred Robbms Reporter s Grrls Club Lxllran Szana Boys Club W alter Rotthoff Resrdr mt Students Norma Harmon Senrors Mary Wrllrams Junrors Jack Hunt Sophor rores Audrey Pangborn Freshmen Betty Hostetler Faculty Sponsor Anna A Farley Typlst Donald Johnson Page thwty four V. 'lr tx ' 1 lm 6 0 A ' si 2 , . . I , . - . '-- - . . . , C - . Associate Editors ...... Joan Pangborn ' ,,.......... ' ' ' r- ' or S'-"-'fI1fI'hM-U v :. - . U S""'f'F""' r . , U ..,r,. . 141411 thirty fn U fUvpperl TREASURE CHEST STAFF lLowerJ SPIRIT STAFF W 4- n I , ' - 'Q Nl V llffu ws Ycs these are thc lVIlSNlO aix Volunteci So ietx ofli ci fn 1944 43 Thcx haxc Lt1tdlDlX been doing., a mood xxozlx this past xeai Thcn n eetinb hixc all been xelx interesting I beliexc that one or the most nnpiessing oi es xx as the candlelight SQIXILQ It xxas ieallx a xcix beautiful and sclenin scene that will long be ienielnbcied in the hearts ot all ot us The officers for thc first semestci vvcie Imogene Workman as lewdcx Maigucute Kuliselx thc secretary and William Fralick is the assistant secic taix Fox the second sclnestei xxe haxe had the eil Llfcllt lc delship of Joan Pangboin Doris Leon'nd and Burton Bioolxs These three haxe been the leadcis undei the dnection of our most belox ed Mis Blkci Colleen Robson IS oui secietaix and Ioli Ostrandei 1S acting as he1 assistant Sexeml of our Fiidax evenings haxc been taken up xxith outstanding, erenccs We haxe becn doing quite a bit with the pxogicssixe class wolk thi xeai All in all xxe hfixe had a xe x enjox able xeai Sabbath School 0fflcw s Just loolx 'it this fine group ot xoung pcoplc lNo xx ondci xxc had such good intcicstinb and inspnlng Sabbath School seixices with these students as the officeis undei the capable leadership of Mis Smith The young people that led out during the tnst seinestci xxcic Supeilntendants Paulina Raub Herbert Pritchard SGCIQTUIQS AHgLl1I1O Szasz Meilc Llndis T1 easulcis Mabcl Failex Kenneth Snide Those xx hich haxe taken ox er the second se-nw ster and xxill finish this xe'n are Supeiintendants Marguerite Kulisek Arthur Le ich Secretaries Mlldied Robbins Donald Johnson Treasuiers Eula Muxphx Arthur Belcher We xx ish to extend to all of those who haxe so unseltishlx assisted us xxith then inusic and other talents a xery hearty Thank You Many of our graduates who are noxx in the servicc of the11 country oi occupying positions of responsibility in looking back ox ei then Mount Vernon days refer to the student Sabbath School as one of the outstanding memories in then academic life and I know everyone here th1S yeax has tully enjoyed it too C 1 . 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Page Unrtu 1 MISSIONARY VOLUNTEER OFFICERS lupperl Back row Collc-'en Robsrln lull Ostrxndmr Nl ddle row Dorn Leon ard oin Pxngborn 'Vlrb Baker lmm.,ene WX orkm ln M1-xrg,ue-rue Kuln :- First row Le Nnswfander Burton Brook W ull: un Fralxck Fllen Kfuer Angeline bzfuz Middle row hula Murphy Nhldred Rohbxns Lounse Grxmes Pdulnnn Raub M rkurrne kulx-me-k First row Nh-rle Lmdu Kenneth Jnlder -Xrlhur Leach Herbert Prnch ard Arthur Beldnr Przae Ihzztu sez e n E I :'Jr rj ,I il' h 1: Y 5,1 k.fS.k SABBATH SCHOOL dFFI2:i5R s mwah Back row: lylnbel Flrlf-y, Robert Wh.u..kL-f, Vim Q Rblcfa Q li HY - xl Bells at Nl V 4 Goo l mol n1nCf every one' Thls lUC1l'1l1'1g I want to take you to V1s1t the boys dorm lt 19 about five twenty f1VQ Everythmg IS stlll and not a sound can be heard except a couple of boys snormg Just as you are strollmg down the hall past room 106 you are startled to hear a loud rmgmg sound ln that certa1n room What could It beg My guess 1S that It IS a Blg Ben alarm clock Next you hear strange rustllng HOISGS a roar that sounds l1ke a l1on but only IS a fellow yawmng and stretchmg Who could be so ambltlous to get up at such an hour 1n the n1orn1ng" None other than Kenneth Smder our bugle boy ne dm clxwes Three b y 1 ' e town whl th r friends pl bull glam , V' ' O O A O Z - ' D, v Q - ' - . C v pf vu Page thirty enght , s x . . .. , and Rxchard Fearing p p lessons fo th h lchhlk l At slx thlrty on the dot you hear a bell rmgmg saylng Get up 1ts t1me to get up What a horrxble and terrxfylng sound' QAt least that 1 what the boys thlnk lt 1S, Then you hear a loud thump here then one at the other end of the hall A couple of boys have just rolled out of bed In a few mmutes everyone IS stlrrlng around gettmg ready fox vorshlp There goes M1 Sn1de1 out the door to rlng the blg bell fo1 worshlp W1th1H the next half hour one can hear bells for breakfast and school We depend on Mr Snlder to keep our clock golng 1n the adm1n1strat1on bulldlng Th1S regulates our class bells Hurry we cant be late for evenlng worshlp Theres to be somethmg special tomght We must run because there goes Kennetn to rmg the last be I xs now fxve mlnutes untll seven A few nunutes later Mr Snlder IS Sitting 1n worshxp All bells that he rlngs are through for the day Is It a rellef Kenneth" It IS for us Herbert Prltchard W Inge thzrtzf 72 c S Nlusic Department lx ory Melodies Club Durlng the current school year of 1944 45 our Ivory Melodles Club has seen many unprovernents to 1tS home Echo Hall It has been newly decor ated and carpeted and It s halls reflnlshed Our programs have been better than ever before and our socxal llfe more entertammg the preparatlon of solos for church evenmg worshlp and vesper muslc Throughout the year the club has held programs for chapel and also 1ts annual sprmg rec1tal The membershxp thls year has been c0ns1derably large Wlth app1'OX1!'I1HtCly forty members Out of these members we have chosen capable and energetlc offlcers Paqc' forty Some parts of which Ivory Melodies Club members play in school life are The OHICQIS fo1 fnst QGITIESIGI were Clara M L Butterton as presxdent Edlth R0bb1l1S x1cepres1dent Barbara Burton secretary Buxton Bnooks Ireasurel Stanley Dalton sergeant at arms and M1ldred Robblns 1epo1ter Fc r second semester Kenneth Snlder was chosen prealdent Dorxg Thlrlwell as XICG pxesldent MHF1lyD Klady secretary Jane Stapleton treasuler Tennyson Knk selgent at axms and Marllyn Wolcott, rep 1te1 We the plane students members of Ivory Melcdles Club wlsh to expxess oux sincere qlatltude to M15 Wolfe our mstluctor and faculty adwlsox for xxoxkmg w1th us so ohllgently and wllhngly In cur lessons socxals and programs We challenge any Ivory Melodles Club of the future to try to succeed IH havmg '1 better club than OUIS the Ivory Melod1es Club of 1944 45 Marllyn Wolcott and Donald Mxller l Girls' lilee fluh Ilflllt forty one . ' ' . . ' ' El' 1 , y ' y 1 - v v w - ' ' Q 1 ' ' -X . , v' - . ' . ' , 7 . I . . - , . - - , C 1 . ' A . - -. . Z 3. .. Q Q " 1 - '- . ' . ' . ' . ' v ,'1 . . L . . v Y Q . . .. V. . 5 N , , ., In 1 I ' 1 ' . X - ALPHA GAMMA CLUB OFFICERS lUpperJ ck row Chr: lm: em 1 e s Rule roni row 'Nl xr VS nlllu c r 1 S mu mul Q rmm X 1 xn 4 c- r' I dllh Rub AMICI CLUB OFFICERS fLowerJ Adle nw Cl u :nrt xmr my 1 Rm xl L.:-rrni out low 1 1 1 Unxnrl Kull W I 11:14 mr lu ff Ba : ' 'N A P1-11-1. Duns L Ln: rd, IQth l Mnrxlmll, Lr-mnzx 'hn- F : . '13 " '- nw. H111 ei fl ll, L4 fl C' s.sIul1zxn.n Y. Il gt Jn. Ku: lm Sduz, L hms Back row: Kvnmftlu Snider, .Xrlhur Leach, Yfnllls Nzxnsnn, Robert Lucas, Rlclmrd l'kc-.xlnmg 'Cl : Z 'mr-I---1 li. wrlv, ll-Wold Ummm-11gc'x', RAI - Yfhlll. R - , .Xrll Hr-ICP vr. mln-' ' . C l'r ' :jul .xlhfm In-lfgu.-zu. VY' ll xwx l'w.1llck.l. ' ' we-k 1 , ' , - AIIIIBI Club The b xs ol M V A have had the most xondeiful tm th it they hixe had in a Qieat many years and it is because xxe haxe the able d11ect1on of Prof M6161 nh: when you w nt to get anythm done up in order and in a shcit period of time just call on hllll He brings the spirit xx 1th him and the boys of course take 1t from there and really do thmgs Of the many things that we haxe done this wear are the showing of pictuies we haxe them every xx eek and they certainly let us know what is going on in the V231 torn world One of the great things oui club was noted for this yeai was the ingenious may that our club handled and made money and m case you dont already know that IS the main thing to have when xou want to do big things besides haxmg the Laid on your side Ou1 club has been blessed m a splritual may also we have prayer groups that meet with each ones members and has speclal prayer for all those who are in Deed and want tx have prayei offered for themselves Some of the many ways that we make ou1 money are saving tax stamps and that means l ts of work but we all pitch right in with a w1ll and sure enough we can do things Then we haxe a canteen We hawe done many things fox our CIOTHIIIOIQ m preparing it fox a beautiful home We have redecorated oui parlor and haxe fixed study 1oon1 fox those hat ale real studlous and also a p19SS1I'1g loom to make your clothes look fnst class Well those are just a few of the things that ale being ccomplished at the boxs do1m1to1y Yes and I would not haxe you foiget the OITICGIS of this year They have don a eiand Job and they need to be com mended for their efforts Thex haxe all vtoiked ha1d so that then membeis xx oulfl be pioud of being a membei cf such distinguished club The Amuci Club has put on an Open House fo1 the girls for an enteitamment this yeal and even though our club 15 not a boasting club as you can plainly see I think that 1t was the best progiam of the xeai We haxe had several progiams Ipllllt r tzyt teh as D1 I P1 ogiams 'md numerous o hex things tl it xxeie X915 well l ed I1 mstlx the lee ezeam feeds nd the hikes cn Saturd y N e,ht e I gue at 19 a t1'1t I hue to w eoncernmg the Am1e1 Club except that 1t 18 the most distinguished elub in the country and I am pitud to be 1 pant I that club Don ild Eugene Johnson JI Alpha bamma Llub We girls were quite mbitious this yeai and decided to haxe a club that would ieallv be a club In order to do so we decided first on the name Alpha Gamma ttaken from the G1 eek alphabet the letters Alpha and Gam n lj standing for Academy Girls We drew up '1 constitution and elected om f1rst effieeis They were President Angellne Szasz Vice president Edlth Robbins Secretary Christina Perez Treasurer Doris Leonard These girls weie so efficient and trust xx orthv that when it came time to change CHICGFS We werent quite sule th it any one could fill their position quite as well feientlx Piesident lVI1ldred Shull Vice presldent Peggy Willilms Se ietary Juanita Stilwell Tieasurer Lenota Ritchie All through oul seheol 5G'll we haxe had a xery vet xe elub Among the spoits the gnls pa1t1e1pate in aie swimming basket ball st ft ball and table tennis Aftei '1 few games ue 1e1l1Led that we haxe 1 good numbei of athletes heie it MVA but experts oi am :tures we all enjexed oulselxes Duimg the year we also had numeious pa1t1es which ne all found xeix entei taining As ue le ive :ui Alna lVl1t11 vue want to thank every one that helped mike oui stat here enjoyable and we who will ie tuin again next V031 ale going to keep uo its standalds VIIQIIIII Ixellog, , , st '. . Q. ' 9" 5 e 1' 5 A t ' " ' 3 '11 ' ' ' ' 1 'X ik 11: ' "1 :Lt 'X ' .' I II - I I i- a ij . I W' .I ' " I . Wll ' ss th ', ll It 2' 1 1' ie z t. ' I A . . . . N . , - ' ' ' ts ' ' I ' I . V1 X . V . V t H V ,. I . A. ft I . Q . m , . Y ' . ' v Y Y I . . . C Ii Y V - ik , , - ' ' . ,I ' a ' ' I. ' . . y y N I 7 ' II I . . . I. I ,VI I I I I f - , 5 1 2 v v , r l V - I , ' ' , . . L I, . . ' - 1' . '1 ' . e . . r - A C I . I I . . I ' f , f 5 ' 2 1 candy machine and it pays dividends also. Our new officers however proved dif- V ' . , . . V - yi 1 Q ' - hw. 3 2 ' v I .2 If 1 r 7 ' 4 Q C 1 : . . Y 2 V . I. ' :I I. . ' . - , I , . ' . ', - 1 f ' - I Cp - L- 1 1 V C V V 1 V 'J ' ' ' fadlf- ' . f J 4 . Q , L- v ' - Z 1 V 2 X . 1. I.. V KV . . C . II- V . 2 ', J V Ll' 1 ' 1 - l . ' xl 3 v I- 5 2 1 x,1 y s, ' . 3 VI V V ' I v .I. , ,SI V s . . L. V ' . .S 7 K V' 1 V Vs V V V . I- - ' Vi V 3 . I LV a . ' V ' VI, . , . . .- " ' cf , 'J -2 1 3 ' . ' 2 2 ' '- " - . ' S w . ' V 1 v , C , l . V, . 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Auucl Club wms "Splut Cam- ' 4' - -L K A i ' . , SXQT1, 1 u , ' K C Q' V , 5 2 f , T ug i, .- X , fn N., I . W : H 5' X 'x Q? KES , 1 ,gp , , X 1. . , . . . , 4 Jlqslso 'XX A 3 v . N l i 1 Ll ll XT ' ff ,f I ' asf' C: ,ff l .V AJ!! fl l .' 1 . ' , ? ' X UQ ' , f' l A ? ,G , - 5 Q - ' . I A ffl! ' n 4 r ' ' if XX fkx If . , ,H as v A I' K K . Q, UQ. xx ' A . , ,f tl . ff l ' - ' f4r1'f!y-lllllll' QSQ fl JM 5 11 Amateul DFOQIZIIH 12 EXp19bS1OI1 class p10 mam f X F, 13 Xmas, pm mms and X'lC'1t1OI1 CL lntm paltx auf' Cl'lHlll9lS halp concoxt F! Axmcx Club Open Home L ll fig Jf fm 1 14 Jumm xx Il basketball Champ 11 nshlp Spun blseball X fix! XN...2 f'n 'K 19 Ixo15 Melodles rental Commencement SGYHOIS IECEIVB than dl lomas p 'Inu' x . KVY 'CM 111 flflffl -ll' Y I7 S? QM lf W ig KLXA J, TQ 'l - Liv. . - 0' -1 X 3 . V W I, Q X .- xl xl ,J 13. A 1 N, ' ci - 1 'AN 1451 1 ' ' 'sf . , 1 I fl 16 fxunxg f X 15. 1 - '. , AX' l 16. X ' . S F . .' 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My 1 E, Recreation 1945 has undoubtedly been the best year cf physlcal actxvltxes MVA as experlenced 1n her h1story The sports conslsted of softball vo ley ball 1ce skatmg basket ball an now th1S sprmg our natlonal lavorlte baseball Our athletlc program has been a joyful healthful and character bu1ld1ng one The faculty have glven us thexr whole hearted support 1n all our under takmgs The Junlors have captured two tnle thlS year annexmg the soft ball Three baseball teanis were chosen among all the boys They were names AITIICI Red Blrds, The Hadley A C s and the Jumor G Men At the present Wrltlllg the Am1c1 Red Blrds are ln the lead w1th two wms and no losses In the glrls basket ball league a star studded senlor team completely out classed the others In soft ball the senlor and soph omore glrls are arrayed agamst the Junlors and freshmen We look for ward to a splrlted f1n1sh between these teams Regretfully we leave beh1nd th1s year of sports It has endeared us to each other It has taught us to be falr to hold up our chms when the odds vxere agalnst us fUpp jHadlyA C S k o Ph Front row C Phlpolt T K k A L L. r at Pictured XX F l k S at CMlddleJ Junior G Men Back Nl n Frontrow DC F dRW F Not Pct red H N4 er H B tler H B KL w rl Red Bxrds B ck w -I xc j F r Y r r W k n S A hcra B nl 1 Front row R G L T rr R F L, We bequeath to next year's athletes the same wholesome Chrlstlan Splrlt that has pervaded throughout th1s year Rlchard Fearlng Page forty szn ' l I 1' ' . . . l'1 v W 9 1' , , d . . . 1 . s . . Q - 1 ' a 7 - - Q el e . . ' Bac r w: C. Llelzow, L. Harmon, C. eister : . i , . ir , . each, manaje , J. Ladany. N ' : 7. ra ic , . D l on. I. Kossick, B. Brooks, M. Landis, H, Pritchard . row: C, Baierle, D, jonhnson, j, Hunt, manager, W, l a son : . uinn, R. or , . hitlaker, ,l. inch. ' 1 u : ,. esseng , . u , , alley n e ' a ro : . Sp' er, . e guson, H. X'arne , D. Rice, M . or man, R, Marti , . . S ' ft, J. a et : , errard, D. ockhart, H, e ill, . earxng, manager 171111 foriy mmf Hadley nan BOYS DORMITORY fan. Llndvn llall GIRLS DORMITORY Industries at Nl. V.A. Mount Vernon Academfy offers to any student who desires a Christian education many opportunities to earn part or all of his expenses at the school. One of the main industries of the academy is the farm and dairy. Mr. Baker, the farm manager, employs several s'tudents in this phase of the work Driving the school- truck is just about a full time job for -Jie tudent because the school hauls its own coal ld 'N L, the c ool I uck YW UW Q Pam HHH w . A s ' . I 5 4 4 dz Qi ' , 1 e -f . NH . ' . ' E Je Haro .lessenjer drives s h r , A5 , A 5 . , if . 5. Q I 5 . 1 11,-,i I 53 V . .W lk my , A, A 1 oup of uv,-gl ,. ir farm urk rs. A , - 'jg 'Mt is U Ml' Q Q 1 f 5 Q .Al , A 5 N. A Q, ,K .Ui -J urffx 4' ,. TAX x xx , A .. f . y mv if , , A , V hi - ., , N, K of 1 an . f . ,,ns.bv nk' ,KM 5. 4 ',t , A A, v ,L -Q xi I 'mi f 1 .ff -1 K Ai -2, Q,-A , 3 Y W f X , I Lev Wll y Mr Workman has chalge of the repalr department and keeps the campus In shape lt keeps several boys busy takmg care of the neccessary repalr xxolk Most of the gn-ls work 1n the kltchen and ln the laundry Mr and Mrs Johnson are ln charge of these departments Wlth the many lmprovements that are being made the glrls wlll really enJoy worklng ID these places The glrls who work ln the offlce have the pr1v1lege of keepmg all the records stralght Miss Farley dlrects the 8Ct1Vltl9S of the glrls as they work on these v1tal records Page fzftty one The office: 'ew' i iams, Mar Klesa, uerit' Kulisek .and Vliss Farley. Mr. XX',Ol'kINHl1 keeps the campus looking x ' . The Lollege Press If you were to V1S1t the College Press some afternoon you would fmd the employees buslly engaged at then' asslgned Jobs Under the able and capable management of Mr L J Swfllth, the press has had many new lmprovements For a school press the College Press IS a vely Well equ1ped shop The compos1t1on room IS equxped wlth two lmotype machmes a Hammond tI'1Il1 saw an adequxte supplv of hand type and other necessary thlngs that a composltlon 1OCI'Il needs Page fzjtu tuu .W .af Q A X X me y 1 A R, f x . as 54 Q Y ii swf ff' an Q, as rv ' A iw W New Y an 1, le 5511 ' We 1 5 Sf- QI Mr. Sm th and the students wh:- ' work ln the press. 3 , ,' ,, . Three students pass .x lxllle Um 35 rlmzug irc-e labor N' ' '1 1 I ' . . . ' n a 4 L .V - , - J .WY l A V ' . , , - ' . v . 1 'I I - V In the press room there are three hand presses, a Miehle Vertical press. an automatic Kelly press and a handfed Miehle cylinder press plus the very recent addition of a large automatic-fed Miehle cylinder press. The bindery is equiped with a large cutter, a new folding rnachine,perfer- ator. and punching machines. The press usually employs about ten students. Kenneth Snider y NX I aqe flftu three . , fi is g fi - 1 5 . s . Q - Laundr 'orkers k ' 'gl Q, V . it x 'N xg. .- t X Part of the Kitchen Crew, -v - it i Y ' X 'i V' f fl 1 ' ' . AllVEIi'I'lSEMEN'I'S 1 Hadley Hall men s dorm1tory 2Adm1n1st1at1on Bu1ld1ng OHQICE classrooms and chapel 3 Llnden Hall ladles dormltolx C Balerle G Harrlss M Mllls R W1ant J Hunt J Ferguson andT Knk pause 1n the midst of a ball game Duck pond m wmter A group of kxtchen workers The farm managers home and the academy daury bam A favorxte haunt m summel the duck pond 9 Knox County Falr Grounds I urn flftll SCICIL l" 1- ' A Q" . I may ' ' A ' . a ' ,- f 9 Y. t . P , FM? we l kk , , Q, . N a a r i J Q.. .Nl Z . 4 41' fr" 5'-3 A f' . - . , .l Q 7 4. . ' , . ' , . ' , . ' , . ,, . , . " 5. ' ' . 6. ' . 7. ' ' ' . 8. ' ' Q- . I y I - 1 Pnone 1175 Blble House Phone 88 0 I0 CONFERENCE OF SEVENTH DA ADVENTI TS I I I South Mulherrx Streel Mount Vernon Qhlo Vl ROBBINS President ANOL GRUNDSET Home Mlsslonary and Sabbath School OFFICERS AND SECRETARIES E F WILLETT Secretary Treasurer H R NELSON Educatlonal and Mnsslonary Volunteer CHARLES GARDNER Manager Book 8: Blble House F E THUMWOOD PllbllShlh2 Department 111114 eu U .X ' I ? x 4 !f r 1' I ,ff Q . X y xt, x W. I . , . 4. ...-.. U- ...... - - - -- .. .. .... .. - ... - -.I-..,.-...,......,-....-..,,- .5 ' . I f'ifrff-fl ' R. Mohler and W. Rotthofl in front of Hadley Hall Before the bell tower disappeared. Winter scene showing new library without bell tower. R. Whittaker waits for dinner. Miss Farley and Dean Grimes pause between office hours. Barbara Burton ready for a snowball fight. A victim of spring fever-W. Nanson. R Gerrard and R Fearing all dressed up and no place to go Mrs Meier ready to go to town Dean Meier obliges the cameraman T Kirk and H Weber skip vt ork or a Sunday afteinoon E Ritz and E Marshall cutting capeis Iam fzfty rmze uw fi- 8. . . ' M . 9. . ' ' ' . 10. ' ' . 11. - i . I 7 L ' Q . 12. . ' . . ' ' . R ':. A 4 2 A , ' R I s F' La K' 'H , ' 'l 1 X si. . 5 Q m9ime W in R '- . . ji , 4- fi .,. stt FENTGN CLEANERS uahty CIean1ng Expe ft Tailoring Phono 4-v Cmnplmlults I M c M I L L E N S l07 South VI un St C,0'VOR-ITL! 4ll0NS 1 Ime Nghool GELSANLITFR S HASSEL S MEN S WEAR uahty Merchandlse at 3 Savings Ne opposntn :L ne I he 1 A e n J e w e e Diamonds Watches I lst flll11I3It'F S1 WI! Nernon I no Te ISALY DAIRY STORE he Lrexm Butter Lheese and Other lhurx Foods TRY OUR MODERN GRILL AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE STEAKS AND CHOPS AT ALL TIMES Louis Pashos Prop I hone II1 zffr I I I I I I Q . . I Q ' ' I . ' I I7 X' 31 - IU Ifzxsi II:uvhi::r SI. ' TSZJ yi -, 51. Yi " lic,- I -.,,-,-,.,- ,,,. .. ,,., ..,,..,,,-,,,-,,-,,- ,,.. -,.,-,,,-.,,-,- I - -"-'- '- '-"'-"'- -"'-"'-"-""-""'-"'-" I 5 ' ' v I I I I r s I I I I k- iz- S. 722: 'z ' .V ,II' I I -...- I- .-I..-..I-,I- - I.II -I,I-..- I..I -I.I-I..-I- I- ' ' " """"""'I"""""'-' " ""I"""' I h I I . .. , , I I Tm A , - I I 7. x. V I I I I . 1 I ' I I " ', . J 257-J - - I- I- I-I- - -I- - I- I- M- I- - -I -I-I-I-I- I-I - o-I,-I - - -I,II-,E.,,I-I. I, f Q, 5 1 12 Inav 1 ty one Academy bakers Wayne and Lee dlsplay then wares C Baxelle and famxly C Lletzow and Dean Grlrnes ready to go horseback r1d1ng Mldge and Donnle hold down the old stone The Sp1r1t staff takes tnne out before gomg to work Kuhe enjoys the sunsh1ne B Mlller C Butterton walt fo1 school to start H Prltchard Mr Snuth and R Wh1ttake1 on thelr way to Peanut Falrbanks 1m1tates Buffalo Blll Hold those smlles Don Johnson and Dean Meler T Klrk and H Weber taklng It easy L Messenger takes tlme out for a plcture work 2 . 2. . ' ' ' . 4. ' ' . - . 6. H ' " ' ' . 7. .',. ' - . 8. . ' , . ' , . ' - - ' 9. ., ,, . . . . U 10. ' , ' . 11. . ' . ' ' . + - - V- 1- 1"-' - --1-H- -M- --1-'--I-'-- I-I---I-I-.-I-H.-I -I,-A,-I.-I - - M-. 4. "GREETINGS FROM THE MOUNTAIN STATE" ot thw don n H undreds ot opportunities for L, onsecrfxled LOLPORTI URS XX t Xfllqlnld on ermuv SCOTTS Where Good FURNITURE Is Nos' Ewpemlve un St I ho 6 ESTER S or Qu llltx Han 4 N ur rno 1 C0 HPI I III-NTS OI- 6' GAS COMPANY I zfff J- '. ' 3 f S ' I , . IALL X .7 S7 L -.,,-.--n.,- ,.., - ,,,, .. ,,,. - ,,,, - ,,,. -,,-w-,,-H,-..-......-I .,,1 - ,,,. -, -.,.- .-,,,-,.- ,,,, -,,-,,-,.-,,-, ..,,- K,.,,,,, , L L I I IK : l I . I 4 A JA , A, . I , V4 ,Q :J 1 A 5 l 1 x S. My Q . ' n mm l H.. .... - ,.,, -4..-,,,,-.,,.-,,.,.. ,,,, .. - -,-,-.,-,- , ,. I ho Io , Ii - ! 'Z' Q l . . , , l I- 1 55-sU'z1r I 12.1 St. Mt. Ye 1. O. I 'nyn' N f - U gf' sixty-fl ' e Johnsle and son Donald look happy Hold that horse down Chuck and Paulma' Imogene Eula and Beulah prepare for 1ce skatmg Come on boys get to work You can t crack that 1ce Bonnle R Palm drxves the tractor Imogene poses for her p1cture Eula and Imogene help Beulah to her feet Joyce Vlrglnla and Rosalyn enjoy a week end at home Dean Grimes and a friend. R v HEADINGTON WOR'-EY5 Super Service Sfahon Depend lhle Produnts X .S ul AR Reliable Serxue Shock Absorber Nerxue Xme 8 Ntulberrx Ihonq f 1 lou 1 Kar 1111 Ohm Plfkm s Provuslon Sfore and The Storr. th'1t Yves You Hanes Sfar Used Shoe lofhlng Sfore vol t Lo its Shoes Suits w L31 South Hun Street phone ,N C0 MPLI VII: 'VTS OF THE COLLEGE PRESS A Department of Nlount Nemon Academw fl-LEPHOVI: 'nm S1411 fo '- 1' W""'xT W"' Tl'l l "mi "" -'N i""' l""-Wi'-'WKT' T 1 11 1-IlNlI-1rrH1vHl-vIIr'trmvvlH141 1:1 TINY I I l I O O 5 O O I - E l , , , ! f - 1 mi . S . W ,. I - J - 1 A 10-41 i , ' 5 .7 11 ' : 1 . 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L P ' "p I P , f 1 Fake cowhands Lletzow and Fearlng better get that milk bottled 2 Mrs Workman with some of her helpers 3 Esther Ritz relaxing on the front steps 3 A Amici Club Open House Art Belcher lnspects the farm School days school days Mr and Mrs Johnson visit Dayton Meet the editor in chief of this annual Lillian Szana Dean Grimes Art Belcher and Miss Farley dress up for Open House Cookie looking pretty Come smile fellow J Finch and R Ford J Ferguson and T Varlos pause in their hike on the school farm Puppy Lets have a piece of cake Lee Our registrar and our nughtwatchman K Snider and S Ashcraft Smile pretty Maxine 'NY lllf 1 ll 4. ' . 5. " , .-" 6. . . ' ' . 7. . -. - . . , . . l 8. 'N , , ' . 9. " ' i' ' . 10. , ' , . . ' . . 11. . . ' ' ' . 12. , 13. ' ' , . 14. ' " . 15. . ' . . 16. ' , ' . 17. Where are you going all dressed up, Miss Farley and Dean Grimes? ,L . . A . p .S ... s l -l . - 1 ,.., Q ,T 'Si' 1. 1 s'.rfff-s ' -011 .-XUI'01iR 'XPHS AUT0liR-APHS 4. 1 1,1-1 1 1 ,1 .1 1 11 1 1 1..,...w1.m1......1,1.,1..1.,1..,1..1.,..1...1........-.1-1... 4, FOR THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHS T THE MUELLER STUD OS Why Accepf Less 7 Why Pay More 7 35 62 7 Arcade Newark Ohro I'S I Compliments ol ,1 --.....-1--an--1..,1u-u1 1 lvlanslueld photo Engraving CO Doc FIXIT Repair Shop L x 3 L II G R SMITH 81 CO Hardwale 8x Electric Supplies 1NIuunut V Ill m Ohm PHONE GOOD 91' Rl IC E TO SOI PLE 19LRP IO l S leleplwone L+53LL 6 BIN! lxl 1141x118 I0 If SI XIUI, LI XSS from THE MANUFACTUR!NG PRINTERS CO N mul V xnon Olum ,,-l.- ll.. -,,,-.,,-...-l..-,.- V,,. -,,.-.,,-,,.-.,....... ,,,. -.-T -, - ,,,, -..-. - .,., -,,-,,,-,.-...-..,-, -,,-.,,,-....-.,.- l 1'4lNII'I.IMICN'I'S UI" l l 7 5 , i , , , ,. I O I ,A 4 K l Ulcctric :md Ac 'th lane N -xld'1g' H5 ' 5' , ' S ' ! 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T 1 I I I H .... .H ...il J KOSSlCk R Ford D Lockhart R Fearing R Gerrard fThe Redb1rdsJ Mrs Workman and Mrs Johnson How about supper please'7 Dean Grimes and mascot Washington T Ku'k E Koester B Stevenson H Weber on a cold afternoon E Ripley sprouting wings Splrlt editor Lois Nelson models a new coat Hello Mr and Mrs Johnson How about a ride Mary Lou? H1 there Lee' Take it asy Winkie 12 Phyllis and Betty go wading on a summer day Iaqe sezenty fue l I 1. . ' , . , . , . ' , . . ' . 2. . . . , . 3. ' , ' . 4 ..',. , . , . . 5. . ' ' ' . 6. L. White with familiar land mark. 7. H . . ,, . v . V W v 8. , . . . 9. ' , . 10. ', , . 11. ' : , ' ' . A l'TUKiRALPI'1S '74 hx Sen ILL CALL ZGNE CAB 900 PLEASV7 n unc! 1 1 N Hugh V1 Nernon 1110 Host Dependable Souug of Supplx C' mpmzuzfs J The Peopie z. :hoe Siore C K HEIGHTON Plumbing 8: Heating Co rompt 6: I ftluent Serum H1f.,1 qtxu X Compllments of Elly ll fo , ........ 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