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

 - Class of 1951

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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1951 volume:

Message rom Chairman Through the years Mount Vernon Academy has upheld ihe hrqh ldeals and Chrrstran standards of the founders Today we see the results hundreds of earnest srncere loeuevers rn all parts of the World who trace therr rnsprratron to the drvrne prrnclples taught rn thrs nstltulron We pledge anew our purpose to follow the hlueprrnt lor thrs school We rnvrte you io Jorn us rn our dedxcatron to thrs end We clarm the drvrne prornrse of Hrs blesslnas and face the future wrth confldenpe rn the ultrmate irrumph of the cause of God rn the world M E Loewen ur l 'cr ent nt Q Faculty Q Seniors Q Students Q Act lvltles Q Industries Q Student lllreetory Q Bulletin Q Advet lS0lll0lltS Tl 4-.lsul e ilu-st St all 1 O L H1 A550 1GI Ldnor A v ru 1 5 114 A551 M111 Alt ho to Q11111 x.11CjI Mn.111Q1 ge 31 Il GUI LQ SUIN-ell Paul Kllqc e Hand Frcmks Leda Kali O Raqer H011 Bob Socy v rxck Sud O P O D L e V 1 0 1 L, C 0 C Q 1 L W Q v , C Q ' 1 K . I '1 . Q ' 3 C .- J . ,. 1 1 Edt r 111 T. 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V ,Y Y W "H 'i I I rincipal9s essa e The dark clouds of threatenrng war have hung low durtng the past school dows ot uncertalnty and constant apprehenston of an approachrng catastro phy the student of God s Word has lound p ace and assurance as he sees the events of the world reachmg the clrmax ot all ages lt 1S the obJect of Chrtstran educatron through the study ol the scrrptures to trnd an answer to the paradoxes and rtddles ot an age that IS s'nothered Wtth gre d and st1tled w1th tradgedy To see rn the lovely hte of lesus the exact contrast to the dlsappotntments and unholy condttron ot the world IS to see and understand a way ot hte whrch ts pure unselttsh and noble 1n the servrce of others It ts to thts purpose and hlgh ldeal that Mount Vernon Academy 1S ded1cated and under God must endeavor to accompltsh even more so rn thrs day than ever before May God grant that the young men and young women who may look through the pages of thts book wtll determtne to be orne members ot the Mount Vernon Academy tarnlly next year and through the1r tralntng here more fully understand God s plan for thetr 1nd1v1dua1 lzves A Rl year and things international have looked bad. However, under the ugly sha- Mr ond Mrs Boker ore en 1oy1nq o oyuret evenmq ot horne ofter onother very busy doy Mr Boker IS the Acoderny Enqlrsh feocner cmd Mr Boker IS tfre Forr Supen rtendent Wosh1nqton Mxssronory College Rutgers Un1Vers1ty of New lersey BA Ertqhsh Ponent wh1te hcnred M155 Ben son IS olwoys qlod when onother dcry IS over ond she con X trorn her nerve roclunq Joh ot IS dno ond VOICQ students She IS Crlso the very olol d1reCtor of our Cho1r ond Glee Clulos Butler Un1vers1ty BM Musrc Mr D1 BIUSS IS experrencmq h1 f1fSl yeor of teochrnq w1th us th1 Spcrmsh students ohout h1s pop uldrrty Mr D1 B1ose hooes thot the Army Wrll let h1rn hove lune oft ot leost We hope they do D1 B1 Woshmqton M1ss1onory College B A Sponrsh French Mr D1Ck1nsun De n o Boys ond B1l3le l rnstru tor pouses w1th h1s wrle ond douqnt r Pr1sc1llo lonq en ugh to have h1s p1Cture token ond then return to h1s hus so ed 1le of rnonoqmq hr looys Wosh1nqton MISSIONQYY Colleqf B A Rehqron Hlstory . S. 1 ' Y ,K r L ' relo 9 . A A 1 . 1 ,S yeorr here ot M.V.A. lust orsk his L l A ' A f. I , , u A . ' V wx, l 3 ' ' v -4 Y ll l, - Y H 'S H. W-1... 'W' Y KP . es- Miss Iones returns to us this year as Mrs. Haldeman. She is known for her ability to keep a "silent" library, besides teaching Bible. She is here pictured with "hubby". Washington Missionary College, B. A. German, Religion, Theolog- ical Seminary, M. A. Greek, He- brew. Mr. Haynes is known for his line baritone voice and ability to lead music. He teaches a class in printing besides being the assis- tant superintendent of the College Press. He is pictured here with Mrs. Haynes. Southern Missionary College, B. S. industrial Arts Mr. Kilgore is the assistant sue pervisor ot our M.V.A. laundry. He is here pictured with Mrs. Kile gore and sweet little Donna Iean. Mr. Kinney, Superintendent ot the College Press and Mrs. Kin- ney, Norman, and Ross are well known around our campus not one ly tor their warm heartedness but also for their musical ability. Emmanuel Missionary College. B. A. Mr Kraft Reqrstrar ond Instruc tor rn Busrness poses for hrs prc ture wrth Mrs Kraft and Esther Washmqton Mrssronary Coleqe Ohxo state M A Frankhn Um Jersrty Offrce Trarnrng Soho 1 Mrss Lastrne has won a spot tn all of our hearts wrth her warrn srnrle I wonder rt her Enalsh I class wrll aqree wlth us Atlar rc Unron College B A Heres the rnan to take your cornplarnts to rt somethlnq doesn t ome back frorn Mt Vernon Crt leaners and Laundry He shown wrth Mrs Leach Ia kr Bobby and Susre Mr Lee teaches those sub ects that everyone l1kesC77 Cherrrstry Ge rn try and Bro ogy Lrnda who rs adored by every ne seated between Mr and Mrs Le Errr anual Mrssron ry Co ege A Physrcs Matherr c F' rr stry and Educatron 41,4525- GZ' Mr. Miller, M.V.A. accountant, is pictured with Mrs. Miller and their bright eyed son, Larry. Be- sides teaching boolceeping Mr. Miller has a very special talent for music. You should hear him play his mouth organ. Washington Missionary College, B. A. Accounting Mom and Pop Pitchen are the ones who are responsible for our food and fuel. Mom is the Cafe- teria matron and Pop does the trucking around the campus. Emmanuel Missionary College, B. A. Economics Prof. I. B. Shull relaxes at home for a few minutes With his family, laclcee, Billy, Teddy and Mrs. Shull. Prof. Shull teaches a class in Bible Docs. besides his many duties as Principal and Business Manager. Emmanuel Missionary College, B. A. Sociology, Bible Mr. Sowler is shown here with Mrs. Sowler and son, Dick. Mr. Sowler teaches classes in Ameri- can History and Sociology. Emmanuel Missionary College, B. Th. Mr Wolfe Mathemat1cs and ln dustnal Arts teacher IS shown en 1oy1ng an evenmg of relaxatron wrth h1s happy famrly Bobby Carol lean and Mrs Wolfe B s1des hrs many dut1es he IS also the Commander of our Med1cal Cadets Corps Washrngton M1ss1onary College B A Mathematrcs home wlth son Stanford aft r a busy schedule of prano and or gan lessons Emmanuel M1Ss1OHGFY College Conservatory Drploma Mr Workman IS not only kept busy wtth broken p1pes and leaky faucets but you w1ll see h1m spendmg a good deal of hrs day workmg on our recreauon bu1ld mg l-le IS here ptctured wxth Mrs Workrran and Fran es Mrs. Maude Wolfe relaxes at flllllllllt flllf CAIWIPUS .gym 'Q f"'N rg! 'Els tbhw- Dont study too hard Delores See what xt dld to those guys commg from the Llbrary Youd better be careful whom you hrt wxth that lean I wonder 11 those :farm guys dont ever work any harder than that Nancy and lean You guls sure look studxous Why such a torelorn look D1ann9 E 5 , 5 , , - 1 i 1 - 1 . Y K s . . ff! 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Seminar '51, Pastor Senior Class '51, Pres, Seminar '51, I-,ditor An- nual '51, Cilee Club '51 KENNETH BADGER Pennsylvania, Minister. Choir '51 CHESTER NOEL BEAVON Pennsylvania. Nlinlmter, Nl. V. Leader '50 MARILYN NEIL Ohm, Violin Teacher, Y. Pref. Senior Clans '51, Y, Pres. Jlun- ior Class '50, Choir Sec. '50, '51, Sec. Nl. Y. Society '51, Prayer Band Leader '50 Cir- Culatmn Nlanager Spirit '50, S. S. Teacher, Sc-c.ATreas. Girl's Club '-W, Sr, Triple Trio PAUL MILLER JR. Ohio, Veterinarian, Treah. Senior Class '51, Cantata '-18, Choir '51, Sul.-at-arnu Boy's Club '50-'31 JAMES VERMILYEA Ohio, Auto Mechanic, Sit. at- arms Senior Class '51 GERALD EUGENE BAILEY Ohio. Farrner, Tr:-aa. Soph. Clams '50, Choir '50, '51, Clee Club '50, '51, Prayer Band Leader '50, S. S. Sec. '50 JACQUELINE BENNET Pennrqylvanla, Ixngli:-h Teach- er. Student Assoc. '49, Y. Pres, Seminar '50, Clee Club '50, Prayer Band Leader ,5I, S. S. Teacher '50, '5l Gab' JANICE. BLASKO Ohm Switchboard Operator our 50 CALVIN CAMPBELL Irrxldnd Plumber LILLIAN COOLEY I nnrmswlxdrxm Nurse Splrll rff X Leader 5 S Teacher RICHARD WAYNE DALES 110, NI'n1.' er, fx: mr "re: - men C il .- - Arms u- dr-ni Assoc., 'L-'xl-'url s :fs C' B, . . V. Lea cr JOSEPH ROSS ERTLE u sf 'fu 'e, Dentist RONNY BORGESON Pennsvlwanu Forest Ran er PAUL ANDREW CERMAK I ennnlvdnm Nhnxster Sen. OCIL Y UII' RUBY JEAN COOLEY ennsylvwnm, Te-ncher. ev .uh. JAMES R. ERTEL I 'nn.'y'lvnnl', Lfndcci v EDWARD FANAZA Ohm, Doctor, Bfmard nf Man- age-nu-nl '50, Clue Club 'Jil HOLLAND EUGENE FRANKS Ohm, Luwyvr, Stud:-nl Board of Nlnxmgvxm-tml '47, '48, Band '49, '30, '5l, .-Xrive-rlxmn: Man- Hwxf ,xnnudl vl, Splrnt Staff '49, Se-c. VI. Y, Sofwly '50 RUSSELL BERLZ GIBSON Ohm. Bummw- MARLYN JOANNE HARKER Ohm, 'I'vuc'lme-r, Pruyvr Band Lenrivr '51, GI:-Q C'luh '49, '50, Vhnlr '48, '49, Clulllxlu '48 DONALD RALPH HERR Ohm, ljxxrh-cull:-rl, C'hmr 'il RUBY KEGLEY Ohm, Nurse- RAY GEMLER P:-nnaylvunm, 'Nlxsslrmurx ROGER HALL Ohm, Prlnlvr, Claw- l'lub 5l Choir '5l, Aamslunl Art I-dn for .-Xnnuul '51 HOMER WILLIAM HAWTHORNE Ohm, Lmulypf- X'I.uchinxNl BOB HORNBAKER Ynrgxnm, lnhfrmr D.-card Spurs! Stuff '5I NORMA LEE KRINER Ohm, Nurs:-, S. S. S:-C, '50 H9 Gif' 'mf BRENTON LAWRENCE Vkfashinglon D. C., Physician, Choir '51, Prayer Band Lead- RUTH JO ANN LENTZ Ohm, Secretary N. 1 rev-. lreshnian flaws '48, Sludenl .-Xsenc, '48, Spirit C'avnpa1:n l.:-ad:-r '49, Y, Pres. Girls Klub '51, Choir '51 BARBARA JANE LEONARD Ohm Teacher, fhoir '49, '50, LLOYD LIND in Xlinl 1 lrayer Band Leader '51, Pas- tor junior Class '541 Pastor .-Xinlci L'1u1v '50 Boy's Glee flub '49, flioriwter Seminar JOAN LISCOMBE Canada Dean of Girls Prav i Lmnd Leader 50 BOB MCKENZIE Ohio, Und:-cirlerl, Treas. Soph- muurc flass '47, Sglbal-arnis unior Class '49, Sul-si!-airiiis .iludf nb A. . un, MARTHA M1NES1NGER Vvesl Virginia, Stenographer. Choir '51 DOROTHY LENORA MOTT Vk'est Yirulnia. Nllssionarv Nurse. Associate Editor df Spirit '50, Cook in Girls Club '51, Prayer Band Leader '51, S. S. Supl. '51, Sr. 1'riple Trio SHIRLEY NAGY Ohio, Secretary, Girls' Club Officer '51, Sr. Triple Trio PAULINE W, NOSWORTHY West Virginia, Undecided, Choir '51, Pres. Girl's Club '51, Prayer Band Leader 'il LAURA R. PENROD Ohm, Music Iencheer, Pmnisl S. S, '49, '50, '51. Pmnxst lVl. X. 48, 49, 50, 51, Pmnlst L.1r1's Cluh '51 ROBERT E. PENNICK Qhlo, Undccldn-cl, llnnrl '48, 19, 50, 51 ROBERT DANIEL RICHARDSON Ohio, Mechanic, lhvir, Band IMOGENE SHOULTS Ohxo, Lawyer, Choir '49, '50, Cr-Intent.: '-18, Sr, '1'r1plu Irm BOB SOOY Ohio, fllnxster, Pres, Spfxniah Club '49, Irvs. Sm-n.lne1r '51, 1.c1ltor Splrxt '51, Student Assoc. '49, '51, Prayer Band leader '49, '50, '51, Choxister '49, '50, '51, Band '49, '5I1. Pastor Sophomore Clnsa '4'l. Mt. Vernon .-Xlrr-N '49, '51 NANCY CECIL PIERCE Ohm, le-.uclu-r, Officer Gnrlk Llub '49, thmr '50, '51, Sr. 'I xiplv 'l rm CARMEN PORTER New York, l'rlnt:-r, Choir 51, mlm- Club '51 BEVERLY CORINNE SAUDER 01.111, Nurs.:-, be-zmnnr l'l xnlat '49, Cfxntutzx '48, l'r.xyer Band Lenflvr '51 'IHONIAS MAX SKIVERS Ohio. Nlcdlcul Technxcnn, Pi- anist Se':w.nur '51, Choir '51, Llf-me fluh '51, Pmnzxt Boy's Clulu '31 TOMMY SUTHERLAND I'm-nnsylvanm, Uuctur, 'I redw- ure-r Sophrmnmrv Class, Treas- urer Student Afsuc. Sgt. at' arma Boy", Club. 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Of- l ' l'.'l'.A, '50, V. 5, llm l'l l '50, ' , ' ind Lv - '5l, Sr. H l l 'fn Look what I've got Just cousins Green freshmen Working hard Ioe? Wonder what's happening to him What happened here Our wonderful sponsor That's a nice car isn't it Shame on you Don Herr Is that all you have to do Sack Eva, how you've changed A fine Profession Holding up the Dorm She must be Cool-ey K UUA llllllll Preslclent VICE Presrdent Secretary Pastor Sgt at arms Faculty Sponsor Ili I lcers rm Heaven Our Dort Motto Clmrrst at the Helm Wutchword Determmatrorr Colors Royal Blue and Wh1te Flower Lxly ot the Valley Paul Kuqore Mary Lou D1etr1cl'1 Harrxett W1lsor1 hm Yoder Douglas Cross Esm r Fr I'1Cl'l Mr Wolfe 0C ' IT Treasurer , ..................................... ' .- - ................................ e e A. 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Florence Avery ESIIDIEIU 4.1 Bottom Row joellen Vlfnlson Nlarx Church Dorothv Kulnsel-c Roberta Peel Erln Crdgo Thelma Faber Shxrley Vo t Anna Fdcemvre Row Two jerry NVesL Eldon Colller Palrxcm Bxbler Shxrley Harvey Bette Hngle joyce Shafer Dlxxe ldton o Anne McCoy Fred Wood Tom Finney Row Three Norman Bdlley james Borchers Nldrlene Hosletler Rebecca Galten Mmold Avery Larole Stone l:.u ent, Snedden Vvlllldm Fairchild Row Four Freddle Rodocker Don Norlhcutt Glenn Dales Gerald Nlyers ohn Slater Curtls Cdrr Xvllllam Lawrence Don Chenoweth jim Koreler V1ce Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Pastor Sql at Arms Faculty Sponsor Bette Haqle Slurley Kuchberq Norman Ba1ley Don Chenoweth Glenn Dales Mr Haynes Q Zi Q ,K ly I ,, ,, W I 1 ,Q vw A ,N tx, ,l H N , E , .W Q E l President ................................... 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Wrllow Grove Pa 2596 Shelburn Ak on Ohro 2596 Snelburn Ak on Ohto 30 E Chalmers Youn stown 10104 McCracken Cleveland Hanover Harnrlton Oh1o R F D 1 Mt Vernon ro 1-llon Ave Smethport Pa 29 Htgh St Hamrlton Ohto 338 B1 ch Akron Ohro X Vernon Ohro 643 C11 ton Blvd Mans 1eld Ohto 3332 Rrdgewood Dr ra rna Ohro Perryvrlle Maryland 333 Water St Bucyrus Ohlo 333 Water St Bucyrus Ohro 917 Tudor Rd Dayton Oho Ohro Ohro 63251osepl St Plttsburgh Pa 1357 Goodale Ave Toledo Ohto 149 S Heges Dayton Ohro Route 5 Zanesvrlle Ohro 1213 N Lowry Ave Sprrngfreld Ohro RR 1 Nnes Mrchlgan 415 S Drthrrdge Prttsburgh Oh1o 415 S Drthrldge Pittsburgh Ohto Route 2 Mt Vernon Ohro 2121 E 7th St Parkersburg W Va Rt 1 Berea KV Rt 1 Mt Vernon Ohzo Mt Vernon Ohto 1464 Nrles Rd Warren Ohro 12 East Grove St Mlcldleboro Mass Route 1 Cortland Ohio Route 1 Cortland Ohro Eldred Pa Vfooster Rd Mt Vernon Oh1o 213 W Cllnton Napoleon Ohro R F D 3 Frederrcktown Ohro 502 S Hrgh St Franklrn Vtrgxnra 68 N Mam Oberlrn Ohlo Box 189 Brockway Pa Dunbebm Marrlyn Dunkerson Luther Eaton D1x1e Elch Mary lane Ertel lames Ertel Joseph Evans Brllre Faber Thelma Facemyre Anna Facemyre Wrlrna Farrchrld Wrllram Fanaza Edward Frnney Tommy Flerscher Dolores Franklyn Donna Franks Holland 54 Brown Barberton Ohio 1620 Brooksrde lndranapolrs lndrana RR 1 Zanesfreld Ohro 2600 Brrkhott St Plttsburgh Pa 464 Charlotte Wrllramsport Pa 464 Charlotte Wzllramsport Pa 312 N 2nd Street Hamrlton Ohro Route l Cortland Ohro 136 Sychar Rd Mt Vernon Ohr 136 Sychar Rd Mt Vernon Route 1 Ashland Ohio 919 Wrlson Struthers Ohro R 1 Utlca Ohro 29 Upland Ave Youngstown Ohto 106 West Park St Grove C1ty Ohlc P O Box 306 M' Vernon Ohro Franks Robert French Esmer Galt n Rebecca Gotten Wrllxs Gemler Ray rannetto Stella GIDSOH Grbson Grbson Grbson Gladwell Iames 1-lagle Bette Ha1nes Carolyn 1-larnes Davrd 1-tall Roger Harbert Dorts Harker Marrlyn Harrrs Beverly 1-lartlreb loyce ldarvey Bonme Harvey Shirley Harvey Vtrgll Hawtho ne Homer Hawthorne Nancy 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Shull Q Q , YQ Mailing Address Mount Vernon Academy Box 311 Mount Vernon Ohio. , s BOARD OF TRUSTEES K W M T 'I L Phlp L R H Sh ph P V St J School Calendar for Year 1951 1952 First Semester 1201 Weeks School Year Begins Teachers Institute Registration Dormitory Registration Class Classes Begin Faculty Student Reception Second Period Begins l all Picnic Fall Week of Prayer Thanksgiving Recess Christmas Vacation Semester Examinations F11 st Semester Closes Second Semester 1181 Weeks Second Semester Begins Fifth Period Begins Spring Week of Prayer Spring Recess Sixth Period Begins Spring Picnic Semester Examinations Consecratron Service Baccalaureate Sermon Commencement Second Semester Closes September 3 September 3 7 September 9 September 10 September 11 September 15 October 15 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 To be arranged To be arranged November 21 1951 December 20 1951 January 2 1952 January 16 18 1952 January 18 1952 January 21 1952 March 3 1952 To be arranged Apr1110 13 1952 April 14 1952 To be arranged May 21 2v May 23 May 24 May 25 May 25 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 0N0:D to A V M, lf. Loewen, Chairman Vlferber johnson J. R. Shull, Secretary-Treasu C. H. elly ll- .l- Burnt-s Dr. H. , iller H, VV- Bills R. . Ninesingzer C. Coon L.. , i ot li. R. Diehm A, obbins C. J. Dornburg W, , 2 erd R. F. Furla-y C. R. S angler J- l-. llmzle D. . einman , R. johnson ' I 1 ..................... ..... ............................................., ' , 5 1, 1 I - Q 1 1 1 ........................................ 11 ...................,.......... , 1 1 11 4 ..........-..-.4r-..........4..-,1.....-..'......r-.......-...-.-.-..-q nva.'..- , ' 1 . .................... . ................................ , ' 1 ' 1 1 ...,....,...... . ...........,............................... . ....... . , A 1 I 111 .f.....r.......,..-.........-..-......r...--.......q... 1 ----.,.v.... , Third Period Begins ...... . ............................ , ................................ November 26, 1951 A 1' 1 1 ....,.......... . .................... ' , ' , 1 1 1 1 ........................................................ T , 1 1 11 1 .1 1 ..........-.......-'....-..-..,.r.-... .-v-'.....--n-,-n-v.-..-... . . , I 11 .... 1 ......,...................-..--......--.--...--....'.'f..-...--f,u-.......- D --' , 1 ........,...,............ . ..........................,......,................ 1 , . ' ' . 1 0 1 1 1 1 ......................................................... , .................. , 1 ............, 4 ........-....--.nn-.--.v.....--.4n . .......-....-.-,..v..-. , ..........- , 1 .................................................... . ....... ....... .. , General Informatzon Admlttance The academy IS a coeducational institution, the privileges of which are not limited to young people of the Seventh day Adventist falth All persons of good character and proper recommendations are admitted to 1ts classes on equal terms The only requirement is that all cheerfully comply with the regulations of the school and give due respect to its religious principles Aims The aims of education in this academy may be found in the principles laid down by one of the academy s founders We are called to the service of God and our fellow men and to fit us for this service should be the obyect of our education Whzte Thus Christian education as conceived by Seventh day Adventists comprehends more than the pursuit of a certam course of study It is the harmonious development of the physical, the mental, and the spxrltual powers Obgectnes promote the development of a consistent Christlan life tram for leadership m church and Community assist in the development of noble Chr1st1an character stimulate an appreciation of cultural value of the best in books 1n na ture, and in music lead to an appreciation of the dignity of labor To develop habits of accuracy, responsibxlity and resourcefulness Standard of Conduct See the STUDENT HANDBOOK by the Department of Education Colum bla Union Conference It may be obtamed upon request from the Academy History The Mount Vernon school was opened as an academy in the fall of 1893 It was changed to a college in 1905 but at the tlme the Foreign Mission Semmary in Washington, D C , was raised to the status of a college, Mount Vernon Col lege was reduced to an academy as formerly This change took place 1n 1914 Location The city of Mount Vernon is s1tuate.d near the geographical center of the state of Oh1o making the academy of easy access The Columbus Akron Greyhound Bus stops at the entrance to the academy The academy 1S located in the midst of an extensive campus one mile northeast of the city l1m1ts on the State Highway Route 3 A beautiful grove forms an attractive back ground The surrounding country is hilly affording a pleasing variety of land scape to the eye of the lover of nature Joining the academy grounds IS Hiawatha Park which may be used by students at times during the school year In the midst of this park is a lake where the students skate during the winter season v 1. To ' ' ' ' . 2. To ' ' ' ' . 3. To ' ' ' ' . 4. To inspire intelligent and sincere love for our country. 5. To . . . . , . - 6. To ' ' ' ' . 7. . . . . , A , - Grade Nine Algebra or General Math Ancient Sz Hebrew History English I Physical Education Vocational Grade Ten Early Church History Electives English II Physical Education Grade Nme General Shop Home Arts I Cooking Printing I Grade Ten Biology General Shop Geometry Home Arts II Sewlng Home Mechanics Linotype Typing I World History All Grades Chou Ceneral Music Curriculum Units 1 1 1 1 Grade Eleven American History Denominational History Elective English III Medical Cadet? Social Problems Grade Twelve Electives Medical Cadet Problems of Democracy Problems of Religion ELECTIVES Units Grade Eleven Foreign Language Shorthand I Typing I II Grade Twelve Bookkeeping Economic Geography Foreign Language II Physics or Chemistry Public Speaking Shorthand II Sociology Typing I II All Grades Music Appreciation In case Medical Cadet Course IS not elected Physical Education will be required In Grades 11 12 all girls take Physical Education Graduation requirements 1 V2 I. l V4 lf 2 Units A student must include in his course of SIXIGGH units at least two majors fone must be Englishj and two minors Note A major consists of three or more units in one field and a minor of two units in one field A unit of credit is given for a class that meets five forty five minute periods cr the equivalent a week for the school year Problems of R9llg1OI1 American Hlstory and Problems of Democracy must also be included Washington Missionary Lollege entrance requirements The student must have a major sequence of three units in English and three minor sequences of two units each from the following four fields Social Studles Foreign Language Mathematics and National Science or two minor sequences from these four fields and one hom Commercial Music or Voc ational Any additional requirments would depend upon specific fields of specialization planned . 1 . 212 , ' 2 ' :fi V4 ' 1 1 52 . . - . . 1 1 ' 1 1 , ' I 1 1 l 1 l J V2 . 1 1 V2 1 l V2 . ' 1 7. 1 . I 1 . 1 P 5 I 2 1 ' V2 . 1 - 1 V2 ' , V2 ' - E6 1 ' V2 ' ' ' 112 Glee Club, Band V4 Piano, Organ, or Voice lb ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ASKED BY PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS How can a room be reserved? By a deposit of S5. This S5 is separate from all other fees, and it is re- fundable when the student gives up the room in good condition. Is there an Advance Deposit required? At the opening of school each student is required to make a cash advance payment. 'Dormitory Studenst The deposit is S50. At the close of the school term S37 will be refunded as credit on the last statement. The remaining S13 consists of S8 as a 'first semester matriculation fee, and S5 for the annual medical fee. Neither of these two fees are refundable after matriculation and the medical examination It shall be understood that the S5 medical fee will provide for a physical examination all first a1d supplies and doctors charges exclusive of major surgery hospital bill X rays and laboratory charges These medical beneflts are covered only when the attending physician is the one designated by the board The S8 matriculation fee IS charged each semester and is not refundable Vzllage Students The deposit is S35 At the close cf the school term S26 will be refunded as a credit on the last statement The remaining S9 consists of S8 as a first semester matriculation fee and S1 for the medical examination only Matrzculatzon Fee Th1s fee IS charged each semester and includes the following dormitory club membership dues student association membership a subscription to the school paper and a c py of the Annual the lecture course fee and matriculation fee Can students be matriculated if they have an unpaid account? The Board of Management has ruled that all accounts with any of our schools must be paid in full before matriculati n Are there monthly hxed charges'-' Yes The Board of Mount Vernon Academy has adopted the cash pohcv for the operation of the school Since our young people come to the school for the purpose of gaining a good education it would be poor tralning not to f llow the pay as you go slogan Charges for the school month Dormztory Students Tuition S6 00 per single unit full work of 4 units S21 00 Single unit price will be applied for over 4 units Dormitory Service Qtwo in a roomj 16 00 fone in a room 21 00 Minimum Laundry charge per month ' Extra wattage A charge of 01 per watt per month is made in excess of 60 watts per person Board boys Minimum 27 00 Village Students Tuition S6 00 per single unit full work of 4 units S21 00 Single unit price will be applied for over 4 units Are there any charges in addition to the above? There are the usual fees for music musical organizations and rental for instruments as well as for typewrxters to typing students There are also fees for materials used in laborat ry subjects and charges for breakages Music charges per month Piano One lesson per week 5 50 Elementary piano students per lesson 1 35 Organ One lesson per week 6 Voice One lesson per week 5 Instrumental One lesson per week 5 50 G D ' 5 .............................. . 1 0 .................................... z..00 Board: girls ffffffffifffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff Minimum 23:00 ' - U - ................,.........................,........... ss . - Mfffl ..................... ffffffffffffffffffffffffff f50 ' - ....................,............................... 5, 0 What IS the cost of books? MUSIC Organ1zat1ons tChorus Chou' Glee Clubs Band Orchestral P1ano Rental One per1od a day Or an Rental One er1od a day 8 P Instrumental Rental Laboratory Fees per Semester Bxology Chemstry Phys1cs Home Arts Industrlal Arts 81 Crafts tMater1als Extral Spec1al Fees and Rentals 0 0 40 0 300 3 0 S8 00 per semester Matr1cu1at1on all students 5 00 1nd1v1dual Add1t1onal TFHHSCFIPLS fdupllcatesj 100 1nd1v1dual L1notype 2 00 per month Typewr1ter Rental one perlod a day 2 00 per month Typewrlter book rental 25 per semester Phys1cal Educat1on Fee 3 00 per semester Graduatlon Fee S15 00 for books IS ample for m st students Th1s should be pa1d 1n cash We prefer not to charge them on the statement What dtscounts are offered? Cash A dxscount of 5? IS gxven on the balance owmg of the statement less any t1th1ng charges 1f pa1d w1th1n two weeks after the ma1l1ng date of the statement If the prevlous statement has not been pa1d th1s dlscount ap pll9S only to the current month Family FIVE per cent dlscount for two students and ten per cent for three or 'nore students w1ll be glven on room rent and tu1t1on only to a person support1ng these students to the extent of one half Ln cash of the pub llshed school expenses Th1s dlscount Wlll be granted by wrltten apphca t1on whlch should be made at the t1me of reg1strat1on What hnanctal plans does the school offer? The financxal plans offered by the school xnclude not only the m1n1mum charges as outllned above but the other necessary expenses fexcept books and speclal chargesj usually 1ncurred by the average student The total cost for the year based on the fixed m1n1mum charges and 4 unlts of study IS about S565 for a glrl and S600 for a boy Cash S501 64 II 438 28 III 374 92 IV 311 56 ' 'V 254 34 S600 00 YEAR Labor 5 63 36 126 72 190 08 253 44 315 B0 Plans Cash Labor S B3 36 128 72 190 08 253 44 316 80 Plans l S536 64 II 473 28 Ill 409 92 IV 346 56 ' 'V 283 20 S565 00 YEAR GIRLS MONTH Hrs Labor Mxmmum Cash th per day Hr Rate Labor per 2 3 4 5 BOYS 2 3 4 5 c 32c 32c 32c 32c 32c 32c 32c 32c 32c S 7.04 14 08 2112 2816 35 20 Month Per Mon S54 46 47 42 41 32 34 28 27.26 MONTH ' Cash Hrs Labor Mxnnmum per day Hr Rate Labor per Month Per Month 1 S 7 04 S59 46 14 08 21 12 2816 35 20 52 42 45 38 38 34 31 30 1s at called for by The amounts grven 1n these c mns are approximate The amount to be paxd th 1 Th the monthly statemen actual labor performed ns va es ac ordlnv to the charges for board and other expenses and the Plan V 1s speclal only 3 unxts of study may be taken on this pl 9. If a student has the amount oi cash called for tn the last column. rs he hkely to get tn debt to the school? That depends on how falthfully the student performs h1s work ass1gnment ' A ' .........,....................................,..................... 1.0 A ' ' - ' ' ' .... ' ........................................1... 2 . 0 - ' ................,.,......,.................... . 0 ' ...................................................................... 1.0 ' , , ' .....,.................................................... S . ' ...................................................................................... .00 ' ................................................................ 3. 0 Printing I ............................................................,........1.................. 3.00 S. ' 1 . . 1 3.2 . Then too there are tlmes when there are slack spells that we have no con trol over Usually a student w1ll be able to make the plan he chooses, provlded he keeps the mlmmum charges such as board and laundry under control How soon must the monthly statement be pald? It should be pald w1th1n two weeks from the date of the ma1l1ng of the statement Students may not Jom thelr class organlzatlons or take thelr final semester examlnatlons unless thelr account IS pald or approved by the Flnance Commlttee What part of h1s expenses can a student earn at school? Dormxtory students durxng the past year earned an average of 36? of all expenses The amount varles accordlng to age ab1l1ty and faxthfulness Are students allowed t1the on labor performed at school? The Mount Vernon Academy Board of Management has made It posslble for students whose accounts are kept ln balance each month to arrange at the busmess offlce for the transfer of credlt earned by them to the Mount Vernon church treasurer as t1the What are dates for the hnanclal statements? There wlll be n1ne equal statements one lssued at the end of each cal ender month beglnnmg w1th September and through May How should checks etc be made out? Make all checks drafts and money orders payable to the Mount Vernon Academy Please do not make them out In the name of the prmclpal May students room alone? When rooms are avallable students may room alone The room rental IS then S21 00 per month Is there extra charge tor laundry over and above the laundry mcluded tn the room and laundry charge? Each student IS expected to send to our laundry the m1n1mum laundry and above the mlnxmum charge May students withdrew cash on thelr accounts? Cash wlthdrawal may be made provrded parents have made deposlts 1n advance speclfically for th1s purpose May students charge dry clean1ng to thexr accounts? Dry clean1ng may be charged on the student s account when the account IS settled each month May students hve outslde the school home who do not l1ve m then own homes? Slnce the management 15 held responsxble for the young people placed ln 1ts care all nonresldent unmarrled students are required to room and board ln the school home Exceptlons to th1s rule are granted only by the faculty All students not l1v1ng w1th thelr parents or guardlans are con sldered to be under the same regulatlons as school home students Inas much as 1t IS xmpractlcal to supervlse such Wlth the same degree of care they are placed largely upon thelr honor and should then' conduct be come unsatlsfactory the faculty reserves the rlght to make more satls factory arrangements Youth under fourteen years of age are not re celved ln the school home except by speclal arrangement with the man agement May a student apply a scholarship on lus expenses? Mount Vernon Academy follows the scholarsh1p plan as establlshed by the General Conference Pubhshlng Department and awards a bonus to the student who fulfllls the cond1t1ons of the plan Are any refunds made for vacatxon penods or extended penods due to of 32.00. Extra laundry will show an extra charge on his statement over illness? Refunds on board and laundry charges are not made on perxods of less than a week There w1ll be no reduct1on for room rent or tu1t1on Nexther IS there a reduct1on or refund for mus1c lessons that the student does not take In case of slckness or other emergency arrangements may be made to make up m1ssed lessons but there IS no refund How 18 classwork dropped or changed? When a student drops or changes any of h1s classwork he must secure a drop or entrance voucher from the Reg1strars offxce TUlt10H w1ll be charged unt1l such a voucher IS obtamed Those who drop schoolwork w1ll be charged for the month IH wh1ch the drop voucher 1S dated TU1tl0n Wlll not be charged for program changes or schoolwork dropped dur1ng the f1rst month of the semester Are specxal exammahons q1ven" Attendance of classes on an exam1nat1on day takes precedence over everythmg else except extraord1nary emergencles or ser1ous lllness An unexcusable absence on an exam1nat1on day renders the student l1able to the loss of h1S grade for the per1od covered by the exam1nat1on If the student IS perm1tted to take a SpeClal exammatlon, he must secure a perm1t from the reg1strar s OfflCe and a fee wlll be charged for the exammatlon Is correspondence work accepted? Yes, the extenslon work of the academy IS done through the Home Study Instltute Takoma Park Washmgton D C At the openmg of school any 1ncomp1ete correspondence work already begun Wlll be counted a part of the student class load No student w1ll be g1ven perm1ss1on dur1ng the school year to take correspondence work for subjects belng taught ln the school at the t1me What LS a normal amount of class work? Four un1ts of regular subjects A student may be perm1tted to take muslc or drllls to the amount of one umt 1n add1t1on to full work prov1ded he ma1nta1ns a sat1sfactory standmg 1n h1s studles No student wxll be al lowed to take a total of over five umts for the school year When wlll classes be orgamzed? All classes wxll be organ1zed the first part of the school year and there Wlll be no class march1ns the last month of school M1scellaneous What Not To Brmg Students are not allowed to brmg automob1les, motorcycles motorbxkes, rad1os or phonogrphs to the school under any clrcumstances Fxrearms are not perm1tted on the school prem1ses Because of danger from fire 011 lamps candles mflammable chemxcals, heatmg appl1ances of any k1nd not prov1ded by the school, electrlc 1rons, gr1lls, etc are not permltted 1n students rooms Harmful hterature 1nclud1ng books and magaz1nes of flctlon comlc books and cheap muslc are not permitted ID the school home Any of these thmgs found 1n the student s room w111 be returned to the parents C O D A word to parents The adm1n1strat1on of the academy reserves the rlght to wxthhold or to censor ma1l that may come to students whxle 1n the academy when such ma1l may fre susp1c1oned as detr1mental to the experxence of the student here 1n sc oo The parents of our students are always welcome We SOl1C1t your co oper atlOn w1th the Deans who are responsxble for the whereabouts of your chlldren 1n not takmg them off the campus w1thout 1ns1st1ng that they make proper arrangements beforehand It IS recommended that necessary dental work be done dur1ng the summer The student should brmg a blrth cert1f1cate to present at the t1me of re g1strat10n Labor credxts earned by students are not transferable or redeemable ln cash except as author1zed by board act1on 26..-U' -I an .,. - Acceptable dress for boys for religious services, and Saturday night pro- grams is the conventional shirt, necktie, and coat which are to be worn for all such occasions Leaves of Absence Students are permitted to go to town not more than once in two weeks, upon designated days On Sabbath students are permitted to go for walks away from the campus at specified times and in directions designated by the deans Young men or young women are permitted to walk only ln the direction and as far as deslgna ted by the deans respectively Permission for each extended absence from the school must be ecured from the princlpal and can be granted only when accompanied by written request from parents or guardlans Such permission may be denied when the student has unsatisfactory deportment scholarship or financial status Deans will not grant permission for students to be out of the dormitory during study perlod without arrangements being made with the principal Fundamental Principles Since the fundamental purpose of the academy is to develop in its young people C hr1st1an character and manual skill it can succeed in this endeavor only by the voluntary cooperation of its membership Every effort IS made to stimulate and inspire the student to faithful and conscientious endeavor to develop the best that is in him but the school finds it lmpossible to direct those who are not in sympathy with these purposes For this reason those who are not in harmony with the prlnciples as here set forth are not knowingly ad mitted to or retalned 1n this institution For the violation of the following fundamental principles the student lays hlmself llable to dismissal 1 The use, handling or possession of liquor or intoxicating beverages, tobacco pipes, cigarette paper or narcotics in any form, or allowing thefu' use in his room 2 Immoral conduct or allowing himself to be placed in a position where his morals can be questioned 3 Meetlng persons of the opposite sex ln a deliberately planned secret manner 4 Any student who 1S married during the school year thereby automatic ally severs h1S school membershlp 5 Dxssemmatmg unmoral atheistic or lnfldel ideas or undermining the religious ideals of the institution 6 The use of profane or indecent language indulging in lewd conduct or uggestions or possession of obscene literature or pictures I Attending theaters dance halls poolrooms gambling places prize fights or any place of similar objectionable character including roller rinks as con ducted for the general public li Gambling, betting possession of playing cards or other gambling devlces 0 Dancing either ID public or IH school or resident homes 10 Theft picking or breaking locks doors or wlndows to enter locked places or tampering with school lights or wiring 11 Entering or leaving the school homes by any means other than the reg' nlar entrances except in case of fire dr1ll fire or bv direction of the manage ment 12 Leaving the school homes without proper permission 13 Constant and obstinate violation of any school regulation which finally onstitutes insubordmation 14 Underminlng the fundamental principles and antagonlsm toward the sp1r1t and methods of the institution and continuous criticism and fault fifndmg 15 The entering of other students rooms without permission or the dupli catmg of keys will be understood to mean possible dishonest intentions Students Contract Every student who matriculates in the academy thereby enters into a contract to cheerfully and faithfully comply with all the rules and principles I . . . F nJ , 1 . ' 1 1 '- A 1 1 1 - . , . 1 1 - ' 1 . . , ' 1 ss , . - 1 1 7 1 1 - - 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . " s Q A . N . . . . I Y , , . . . - . 1 1 of the institution. Failing to do so, he will be retained only at the discretion of the faculty. System of school marks A Superior B above average C ax rage D below average I condition This indicates incomplete or unsatisfactory school work and may be removed by due diligence before the expiration of the time limit If it IS not removed it becomes a failure Wp withdraw al for a good cause while doing passing work Wf withdrawal but doing failing work All withdrawals after the first six weeks cf a semester are recorded as failures unless otherwise directed Rb enc s All students are required to attend classes study periods chapel exercises and other assigned duties including work assignments for which they are enroll d Loitering and visiting in the halls classrooms or on the campus during the sch ol session are not permitted Punctual attendance at all regular xercises of the sohool is expected Unavoidable abs uc s are ex used if properly signed excuses are presented in writing upon the day the student returns to the school exercises The specific method of handling absences will be announced publicly at the opening of shool and a questionnaire of the procedure will be placed in the hands of each student at that time lf the number of absences excused oi unexcused for any semester, shall exceed fifteen per cent of the whole number of class periods the student may forfeit a portion of his credit at the discretion of the faculty A tardiness is counted as an absence unless explained at the close of the class period Three unexcused tardinesses are counted as one absence School Property Each student is required to pay for the property or equlpment he breaks or destroys Because of damage to window screens that usually occurs when they are removed by students a portion of the room deposit is forfeited for removing a screen vxithout permission or other damage Students are not permitted to go on the fire escapes or roof of any academy of the management A S5 penalty is charged for violation of this regulation Tampering with or the use of any fire fighting apparatus sucih as fire hosen, fire extinguisters or ladders is strictly prohibited except in case of fire an authorized tire drill or by permission of the management Each student is required to pay for damage done by him to the property of the institution accidentally or otherwise Work Penods Since the domestic work 15 a part payment of the student s expenses, faith fulness IS expected on the part of each and anyone found mterfermg with another while at his work IS subject to discipline at the discretion of the one in charge Visiting in the kitchen dining room laundry, press, or any of the shops during working hours IS not permitted Eligibxllty of Ofhce In order to maintain the high standards of a Christian school it is essential that students who are eligible to offi 1al positions of honor and trust in any organization should exemplify the principles of the 1nst1tut1on Hence a student shall not hold official positions when his deportment IS unsatisfact orv or the time consumed causes unsatisfactory soholarship Eligibility to any office in a religious organization editorshxp of any school publication or preside ncy of the senior or junior class depends on spirituality, scholarship and deportment No student is eligible to hold office in either the senior or Junior class unless he has received official notification of Bllglblll ty to membership in the class at the time of his election The name of each student candidate nominated for an official position U1 any 1 ' 1 1 'Q ' 1 7 Y l ' , . s 2 . ' Q Q r 1 - Q , A . If , Y e . 7 7 0 . . D . . . . :A 2 C . H. l . v s 1 3 I .4 Y , , . I . . . Y. V. . . , . 1 building, or the water tower, except in cases of emergency or at the discretion . . , . M , ,. . . , , . . 4 . . , , . . . . 4 ,Q Y . - ' 1 7 5 . . C. . . . A , . . 7 , , , . school orgamzatlon must be submxtted to the faculty xn sufficrent tlme preceed mg the electlon for thexr approval of the candldate as a nommee A word to vlsltors Brothers, slsters, and frlends of our students You Are Welcome However, we find It necessary to llmxt the number who v1s1t over mght at any one t1me and for this reason we must ask that all arrangements be made 1n advance Please send your request to the dean of the dormltory you w1sh to VlS1t at least two weeks ahead of the t1me of your antlcxpated v s1t The dean w1ll communlcate wlth you AND WHILE YOU ARE HERE we mvlte you to become a member of our school famlly As a member of our famlly you w1ll be subject to the same rules and regulations whlch we have establlshed for cur students C allzng Smce the school homes are prlvate homes and not pubhc bulldlngs persons l1v1ng outslde who deslre to call upon members Cf the home famxly are requested to follow the custom employed 1n call1ng at a prlvate home Any member of the academy famlly des1r1ng to entertam guests IH the home must make prevlous arrangements wxth the deans, and 1f lt IS desxred to take the guests to the dlnmg room defmlte arrangements must be made be forehand wlth the matron Young men and young women are allowed to assoclate together wlth proper permlsslon and supervxslon On no occaszon 'wzll young men be allowed to mszt young women zn then- rooms or vzce versa REGULATIONS PASSED BY THE FACULTY Any regulation passed by the faculty and announced to the school IS considered as effectual as those prmted m the calendar FACULTY UUMMITTEE G C Sowler Chfwrman J R Shull R E lhcklnson Dean of Girls C R Klnney Registration and Graduation J R Shull Chmfrman R C Kraft Accountant M Baker Socml Achvihes R E Dlckmson Clzazrmmz Ollve Pxtchen Dean of Gnls P Haynes D Lee G C Soxxler J R Shull Govemment J R Shull Clzmrman R E Dlcklnson Dean of Guls Olxve PltCl'l6'Il A Wolkman R C Kraft C Baker C R Klnney G C Sowler Llbrary Llbrarlan Chuwman J R Shull M Baker R C Kraft D Lee Pubhcatxons D Lee Chaz'r'mcm G C Sonler M Baker C R klnney J R Shull Buxldmgs and Grounds J R Shull Chan-man W Johnson M E Loeuen A Workman F J Pltchen C Baker Faculty and Pubhcxty Secretary R C Kraft , . .. , . 7 x. 7 , - . . . . - . 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Whatevel youl desu es, a Chustlan educatlon w1ll g1V6 you a vlslon of SBIVICQ to God and hulllanlty The alm of Washmgton M1SSlOHa1y College IS to help you be come spultually st1 ong wh1le you develop lntellectual and soclal matuuty We 1nv1te you to W11t9 to the D1I6CtO1 of AdH11SS10IlS, Wash mgton MISSIOHHIV College Takoma Palk Washmgton 12 D C Q e'X0r'n'+'a'r'e+Q0a'Q"r"+X' rr' ww' 'wi-Q. +'r"+'X" vwwrwr Q0 wr Q' ref' w.0X0!Q+!-'.Q'X-.344-.-Ql-:Q-!Q+.Q-1-4 .24 1 v v v v 54509 vga. 'Z"!"!"'Q'+'X"X"X'+1"X+'Z+'X'4'+ Vouzoclo Q 'Q z, ee e Q 64 Q Q . Q . Q Q . ' Q Q . Q Q QQ ' ' Q 'O . dl 4 Q , Q .3Q - 54 2 a so , Q . UQ l ' U Q P .,Q Q ' ' ' Q ,Q 0.1 Q Q . O 4 . - .Q , .QQ Q . . . 3 90 ' n Q i Q . . 9:4 n 4 Q ' . of . ' O4 . Q Q , . Q 5. . Q, Q Q 0.4 ' .SQ . Q .EQ .,Q . . . Q? v Q .,Q Q, . 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