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

 - Class of 1953

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I X P j' fl X - 1' f U' A fl! nfffy 1 ,fa ll r .J I the l953 TREAS li UHE T Staff Edltor ln chlef Carl Glbson Assouato Pdltols J'1n1Ce R0bll1SOH Norman Balley Adurtnsxng Manage-r Clmton Andmrson Assistant AdWtl'tISll'lg Managers lack Crmghton A1 Taylor Snapshot Fchtor Svvxntt Lou Johnson omt ITOIWII Guan Art lwhtt Al Branum Assistant Xrt lwhtors Jody McCoy Helen Green Sponsors Mr ICQ Mr Roth Prmta rs Colltgt Pusi Junior Qc mor Portraxto Laryt Group Photographers Guy L1pps D CxHY'XtI1Ck James Israe. Mount Vernon Academy, Mt. Vernon, Ohlo - -' ' x ' -' .N I 1: I 1 ' Assistant Snapshot Editor: Jim Fluharty In . : CZ tv -x I ' mr: ' ' 1 4- 1 -w - X 1 ' 1 ' ' ' - Z ,, ' .': V ' y A 1 , , .' V 4 1 0 The Pride of M. V. A. ln the center of our campus Set apart from work and play Stands our faithful, dear old Admin, It's the pride of M. V. A. lust inside are all the classrooms With the offices and Chapel too Where We study for the future With help from teachers tried and true Yes, our Admin. lts halls could tell A story ot qood cheer Of Christian students who've excelled As they go on each year. To retlect upon the past days of this school year is a heartening and gratifying experience. ln so many ways it has been a year which gives evidence to good school spirit. The ln- gathering field day, the weeks of prayer, the Spirit and Annual Campaign, as well as many other student activities-all bear witness to the true spirit of M. V. A. The memories ot such a year as recorded and pictured on the pages ot this Treasure Chest wll long be an inspira- tion to those students, who are leaving, and we hope a challenge to those young people con- templating Mount Vernon Acadeiny as the school ot their choice in the coming years a- head. C O I Prlnclpal s essage N K Dedication gem Wiz! As we search over the vast l1st of famous and world re nowned people we f1nd that one who IS very dear to the students of Mount Vernon Academy rsnt on that lrst Even though you may never have your name lrsted 1n Who s Who or he acclarm ed as great by the world we of Mount Vernon Academy want to place you 1n our own hall of fame where you w1ll be remem loered by all of us ln your srx years of servlce Mount Vernon Academy has contrnued to grow and prosper as the school God deslgned 1t to be and your perseverance 1n your work has shown marvelous results We often thmk of you as the buslest man on the cam pus and somehow that trtle rlngs true for ofttrmes 1t takes a mag1c1an to catch you' We wrll never forget the wrse counsel and teach1ngs you have g1ven us 1n the many chapel perrods and your talks have msprred us to lrve more nohly and serve our fellowmen and greatest of all to flnd our goal rn l1fe wlth Chust as our Captaln Yes Prof you have helped us maybe some a lrttle hlt more but nevertheless we are all rndebted to you rn one way or an other therefore we of Mount Vernon Academy say Thank you and dedlcate the l953 Treasure Chest to you our beloved prmcrpal Very Smcerely Yours Qlffe Q77 flf ,Qf dfllkflf 80141 ! . 1 . 1 . . . 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' 11 ,, 1 1 1 I 0 I l vii 'Ml' www' In Memorlum Sometrmes God s answer rs not fes When we ask a favor as we pray He may say qently rn Hrs love My chrld rt s better another way A quret freshman was Eleanor An A student tor therr class Her sprrrtual lrfe was seen by all She shared all actrvrty untrl alas An accrdent one December day And our trrend was taken from us here But she was prepared We have no doubt Thouqh only rn her l4th year Gur sympathy warmly smcere As expressed to Freddre her brother ls matched only by the tenderest thoughts We qrve to Mrs Drnsbrer her mother SENHIRS The Class of 1953 Motto TRY Talent CSD Recreatroncd Pursu1ts Arm CKey to Semors7 Uhlmcfte GOG1 Secret Irrrtcmorr Wutchword TRIUMPH Flower Whrte Ccxmcrtlon Colors Navy Blue cmd Wh1te Sponsors Mr Shull Mr Lee Trustworthy Service Bud Sauder Presldent Mus1c Sports Dentlst Broken shoe strlngs Treasurer Freshman Class Presldent Sophomore Class Vlce Pres dent Am1c1 Club Presldent Am1c1 Club 52 Lou Ann Ilardlng Secretary Speakxng Skatlng Nurse Chemlstry Sec of Soph class 51 5 Prayer Band Leader 3 See of Senlor Class 52 53 A s1stant Sec Temperance Soc1ety 52 53 Ben Stiles Pastor Smgmg Publlc Speakxng Track Swnmmmg Munster Hair ln eyes Sgt at Arms Junlor Class Splflt Ed1tor Mt Vernon a1res Pastor Semor Class 53 Jo Ann Amstutz Mus1c Sports Secretary Commerclal teacher M V A s 1VllIl1COgI'3,phlIl maehlne Sgt at Arms Student Assoc Rnlla Dee Ashton Mus1c Swlmmlng Cr1t1c1sm Prayer Band Leader 53 Assoc Edltor Sp1r1t 55 Secretary Semmar 52 Barham Brady Vice President Mus1c Sports N rse S rc Ifood 'I S 4 Arms Student Assoc c Semlnar 53 Prayer Band Leader 51 53 Pres1deut Alpha Gamma Club 52 Pastorette Alpha Gamma Club 51 Sp1r1t Staff 53 V Pres Sen lor Class Carl Gibson Treasure r Fmancler Softball Swlmmmg Skatmg Farmer Two faced people Treasurer of Classes 51 Treasurer Amlcl Club 51 Edxtor Annual 52 53 Pray er Band Leader Representatxve Board f Management 52 Llbrarlan Glee Club 51 Shuler Erskine Sargeant at arms Sports Football basketball Farmmg Baseball Sgt at Arms Semor Class Clinton Anderson Hardball Skatlng Baseball Basketball Auto Raclng Dentlst Sllly Glrls Adv Mgr Annual Florence Ax ery Organ P1ano Skatlng Secretary Cold water on Thurs mght Straxght ha1r See Freshman Class 50 Vxce Pres Sophomore class 51 Sec Student Assoc 51 52, Prayer 'Band Leader Sp1r1tTyp1st 53 M V Lea der '53 Cook Alpha Gamma Club 52 L 'f'. - - .- 'I . .ff I ' .Q ,Jr ' . 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'53 . , ' 1 Q ' Y , - u -'ur' ' ' , , K. . , Y , . , - . . .1 , -- I - v . 1 Margaret Beach Muslc Plano Ice Skat1ng Roller skatmg Ball games Secretary and receptlomst Bach Splrlt typlst 53 Prayer 'Band Leader Phil Case Speakmg Baseball basketball Doctor of Med1e1ne S1lly glrls Sec of Cholr 53 Sec of M V 53 V1cePres1dent Am1c1 Club Ewelyn Draper Smglng Acting n1s Secretary Jerky dlctatlon Sec of Semmar 53 Splrlt Staff 52 Prayer Band Leader Assoc Ed1tor Sp1r1t 53 Laurlce Edmonds Plano Volley ball Teacher People crackmg gum Prayer Band Leader Wlllls Gratten Muslc speakmg Nothmg ln partlcular M1H1StET Noxsy people Song leader S S A1 Branum Drawmg Baseball basketball volley ball MlH1Stry Whlspermg glrls Prayer Band Leader Art Edltor for Annual .13 Lois Colllns Slnglng Horse back rldxng Nurse Concelted people Forrest Draper Handy Man Welder Lost combs Patty Ex ans Wrxtmg Horse back r1d1ng Fencmg Archery Undec1ded Homework Sgt at Arms Student Assoc 51 Frames Gibson Dependablllty Ice skatmg Nurse Gosslp Prayer Band Leader 53 . 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',r '53 Swimmlng, ice skating, ren- Softball Thomas Giebel Phys Ed Basketball baseball Medlcal fleld Glrls short halrcuts Laura Grogg Accordman Player Spol ts Secretary People who start somethmg but never f1n1sh It C1rculat1on Manager Sp1r1t 51 52 Praver Band Leader Dons Harbert Sports Basketball skatlng Nurse People that boast Neil Him kley Publlc speakmg Playmg the organ Mln1StQF Gossip Presldent of Semmar 52 S S plamst 52 AYTIIPI Club plamst 52 53 Helen Johnson Bakmg Basketball roller skatmg and swlmmlng Nurse Slow people Alpha Gamma Club Cook '49 and '50 Pastorette Alpha Gamma Club '52 Clrculatlon manager of Splr It Staff '52 '53 Sec Semlnar '53 Prayer Band Leader '52 Hel: n bra en Smgmg and Plano Skatmg and horseback rld ln Nurse Nosey people S 2 Annull Staff 52 13 Scc Semlnlr 52 53 Player Band Lcadtr 53 Marllyn Guthrle Plano Roller skatmg baskm tb Ill Sa cretary People who start thmgs and don t f1I'llSl1 them Prayer Band I cader 12 W lrgmla, llc nm 03469 Plano Volley ball Secretary People CI'aCk1llg gum Praylr Band I eader 53 Bull Hon ath Rnllablllty Softball Undeclded Glrls Manta. Kalho Dravung Iu skatmg Nurse Nolsy glrls duxmg study par lOd Prayer Band Leader '53 X wx , 4 - . , . g Lvr-. . . S. .Supa .x, . . . W . 'I 'f' - v . '. 1 - --, ri' it W 'X . . , -z ' m - . .. --Y, x Jx -'F , , ,f . X " '- " 1',,,,- f . -, ,,, H , , . , , . .., ,, ' 1- . -. 1,1 A , P . . ,. .. , . . . Q, , xy ' , 1 1 . , K Y' ' , ww ' David Kinney Accordianist Swimming, roller skating Teacher Warm winters Ex ely n Lupold Music Marches basketball To follow wherever God leads Habitually late people Prayer Band Leader 53 Carolyn Matthews Personality Readmg Bible worker Rainy days M V Secretary Janst Moreland Qu ck wit 8' Secretary Slow people Peggy Pete rs Public Speaking Skat1ng boating Teacher Bossy people fads Prayer Band Loader 52 Beverly Light Piano Swimming, skating Nurse Arrogant people Vice President Alpha Gam- ma Club '53 Joanne Marietta Speakmg All sports Secretary Dirty drinking fountains M V Leader 53 President Student Assoc 53 Robert Miller V1ol1n Baseball Medical evangelist Glrls dorm popping fuses about bed time Gerry Necaster Singing Tennis swimming ping pong Nurse Slow people Sabbath School Supt 53 M V Secretary 52 Prayer Band Leader 53 Sgt at Arms of Alpha Gam ma Club 52 Clarence Philpott Public Speaking Volley ball Minister Back seat drivers S S Super ntendent 53 Am1c1 Club Pastor 53 Y , I . , , . 1 ' - . Skatin - - - ' , , , , , . . . , Y . l , . . 7 Y - ' . . , , , . . , , J 03 ce Rec her Smgmg Skatmg Busmess Reckless drlvers Sp1r1t Reporter 50 Secretary Alpha Gamma Club 53 Jamc e Robinson Organ and Plano Swlmmmg sports Musxc Teacher or Secretary Noxsy people and wmdy days Secretary Junlor Class 52 Semmar P13l'llSt 52 PFOS1 dent Alpha Gamma Club Student Board of Manage ment Assoc Edltor Annual 53 Gettmg along vuth p ople Baseball Accountant Naggers Daw ld Stout Chemlstry Basebmll basketball pmg P0118 Medlcal Doctor Whlspermg Secretary Sabbath School Sec Treas Am1c1 Club Treasurer Student Assoc 'Z Betty Tulnck Actmg Roller skat ng Secretary Borrowmg Prayer Band Lea er MW Ma Bull Riley MUSIC Swlmmlng M0dlC1HC Bells Prayer Band Leader Manly n Sr hrlber MUSIC Basketba Roller skatlng urse L Suqll ppoyl' Mll'ilC Radlo Basm ball volleyball RadlO Engmen rmg Naggmg S1 eretaxy Sabbath Sc hool vlrgllllaf Thompson Dependablllty Base ball basketball Nurse Goss1p 11 lame Ton nsend Plano Cello Smgmg Vollly ball Nurse Know lt Alls 'm,MlUfXZfWJf . 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'51 ' My fi' K- - J Vivien Townsend MUSIC Sk11ng Volley ball Secretary and Mus1c Enghsh III class Narrow mmded people S S Plamst 51 Prayer Band Leader S S Supt Alpha Ga Club 1s jx I .Af J W WJ Wwtlxw Charles Trubey Sports Baseball basketball Mmxster Slowpokes Pastor Sophomore and Jun 1or Classes 51 52 Presldent Am1c1 Club 52 M V Leader Prayer Band Leader Sgt at Arms Student Assoc Dorothy Walker P1ano Skatmg and swlmmmg Secretary Vlce Pres Jumor Class 52 Sgt at Arms Student Assoc Asslst Sec Semmar Prayer Band Leader Sec Alpha Gamma Club 52 Sec Temperence Soclety 52 Walter Wllly Sports Wexght L1ft1ng Doctor Sgt at arms Am1c1 Club Rlchard Wuttke Mus1c Pmg Pong S1ng1ng Softball Mlmster Halr ln eyes Presldent Jun1or Class 52 Prayer Band Leader Presldent cholr 53 Pres1 dent of Semmar 53 Presldent Student Assoc 52 Mt Vernonalres 52 53 Be! erly Trott Sports Roller skatmg Nurse Grouchy people M V Leader Dlann Walker Roller skatmg basketball swlmmmg baseball I-Iousewxfe Nolsy people Sec Semmar 50 Cook Alpha Gamma Club 51 Sgt at Arms Alpha Gamma Club 52 Vxce Pres Student Assoc 52 Vlce Pres Cholr Prayzeimnd eader 53 Q9 MUSIC Gr 0. 4""e Qavwk Margaret Walton Sewmg Volley ball Elementary teache People g tt1n v WW Mary Wxlliams Mus1c Basketball baseball Secretary People that GOSSIP Prayer Band Leader 5 Sylw ia Yoder P1ano and Organ Roller skatmg basketball Secretary Sloppy ramy days VICE Pres Student Assoc 53 Pastorette Freshmen Class 50 Pastorette Alpha Gamma Club 51 P1an1st Sabbath School and M V Sec Sabbath School Prayer Band Leader Vlce Presldent Student As soc 53 'ma ' ' ' '53 to - A . J 'Z All -ff 1 M , ' P' 1 4 1 . f A ," V f , f x axjx l N '52 - n ' 9 ' ' ' ,' - 7 I Wg' f 1 Letter writing . ' Jef, .- - . . MAJ' K: '52 vis, f I ' ' F 'f f 1' ' f ' . , - 5 Q '53 fl - - ' ' '53 1 3 Bille Kelly Smgmg Swxmmmg roller skatmg Teacher Nosev people W ayne MeCandlc-ss Comedlan Swlmmmg Under lded Sgt t Arms Freshman Class 50 Sgt t Arms Sophomore Class 51 Glee Club VICC Pres 51 Board of Management 52 53 Autographs Marilyn Pyles Smgmg Marches To be a worker for the Lord Undependable People Sabbath School teacher Prayer Band Leader Pastorette Alpha Gamma Club '52 , , 4 , Alarm clocks . - a - . . - a - ' . '. 5 .R -. 1 VVhat IS thlsv Thxoxx It Joqnno what are you domg Mamtao Helen and Dla m QL fund Drop somm tmnh Exelxn Dlallll saw Mommy KISSIIIQ, Santa C1'1llQ Marl lyn m F'lor1da H1111 ummr at Amataur Hour Davxd playmg thz aCCOld1al1 Bmnny OIII' Qmgor JoAnn IS ug ht m Style Roommatms JoAnn and her mumc Up latm agam pak a boo Semor Sextet How dld th1S happen" The cowg1r1 H1 Dmck 16 . ., 1 , , ., . wp . fp - u - ' . H, ' 1 ,, . . . 0 v y - v - . ,4 , , K ., . , 1 . , - u - H. 3' . , , . ' ' . , .' . , v 1- v f v v ' . .. '. .',. ' ,. , . ' . , .- . ' v - w 1 r - ' w 1 XXV- - I . A 1 ' . . , . l . . v v -1 1 v - 'N FJ 5 We Q? UNIIERCLASSMEN K A , '7, f -3 ffm , x Z Juniors Officers Presldent VN alter Sherman Vlce Presrdent Shrrley Krrchberq Secretary Dolly Brady Treasurer Norman Barley Sargeant at arms Kenle Poland Pastor Don Chenoweth Colors Crrmson and gray Flower Red rose Motto Overcomma We re VICTOIIOUS Arm 1-leaven Our Reward Wcrtchword Strrvmq .4 Sponsors: Mr. Sowler and Mr. Larkin Norman Balley James Borchers Dolly Brady Glorla Branum Curtxs Carr Don Chenoweth Darla Lorder Jack Crelghton James Daddysman Eugene Dull Thelma Faber Donna Jo Ferrel James Fluharty Wt Lowell Freese Q e en Gibson 6 fg9 fgf' Newanna Hamer James Harsany Marlene Hostetler Swanee Lou Johnson Shxrley Klchberg Ed Kloman Marlene Llght Jerry Martm Jerry Myers Shxrley Mohler Roberta Peet Kenle Poland Ruth Pollock Kendall Poole James Pyles Marllyn Pyles Patty Qu1ck Ted Rmg Joyce Shafer John Slater Wayne Smder Carol Stone Don Thayer Ted Thomas Shirley Vogt ce W J -0 11' Minota Avery Goldie Bell Erla Crago Glen Dales Eugene Facemyer Bill Fairchild Joe Geiger Naomi Gianetto Carolyn Green Yr it I ,W ,,,f I Bette Hagle lj Rodney Hoover 1 Bernath Knecht Dorothy Kullsek Jody McCoy Mary Mott Chester Peck Joe Pleso Stanley Robertson Glen Saunders Joyce Shafer Walter Sherman Eugene Snedden Harold Spicer Virginia Stotts Al Taylor Joyce Towner Gerald Walton Garnet Zivnak 'vw Our Sgt at Armo Whom -are you gomg Kon" H111b1llys Baohful Jehu Intl to C '1 Q Chat ' lVl'11lcng smgm, Evmrxhody look at Teddy N100 gomg Jun Oux nm Suuuboy Lazy Jumow Cant you rmch lt Norman" Whlch vviv dld Qhl 0 Sxxamnv Bnrnath and h1s hobby Dolly and Naomx Joyce and lullllllt 501112, to school 21 wtf J if km. re-1 "'f'Y'sV Y XII' w gf lx inf' rw its lf'-fa l""" MSF' +e""X law? 'F ifr- N fi 'Q Sophomores Guy Adams Leah Bacon Jo Barnes Dorls Behner Larry Bllbee and Joe Borchers Ardxth Brldgcs Jmanne Cross Jane Dales Roger Davls Ronme DeRydt and B111 Dotson Dorothy Dudosh Anmttm Gabbard Gary Gladwell Herb Goronzy L1zz1e Gutman and Peggy Haltermfmn Earl Hexsey Bob Hubbs Bob hckson Betty Johnson Ronnu Kneeht and Sara Martln Lou Matthews Joellc Myers Joanne M1llcr Hugh MOFTISOH Harry New come and Sandra Parry Okay Pttk ken Penley Junn Raub Bob Rawson Blll R.lChaTdSOI1 and Glen Roby Juanita Rodocker Helen Rush Carol Sauder Bob Sauder Carol Schaum and Verna Swartz Verna Shult7 Lowell Sluy Nancy Slawlc Eleanor Sneddfn Ellen Strxng er and Delores Summers Claud1etta Thompson, Sandra Van Eman Forrast Wente, Llbby Whlte, and Shlrley Wllklns Joanne W1ll1ams Sherry Wllllams, Mane Wolford, Mary Young, and Ken Zarska Freshmen Dick Adams Nora Bailey Virginia Bair Delores Baker Juanita Batten heiser and Rosalle Bensonhaver Eleanor Dmsbier Gerald Drabenstott Dorothy Eaton Lora Ellicott Judy Evans and Beverly Frank jfs file?-' Bob Franklin Bonnie Goff Alice Griffiths Ronnie Hoffman and Cheryl Hostetler Gary House B111 Hurley Peggyllpflyf Johns Ed Jones and Eugene Kem N mere? Lonn Leach Dave McClintock Jeanne McCoy Jim McKnight and Bob Meckstroth Waneta Moore John Opmcar Larry Oscai Ruth Owens and Barbara Peck Vicky Peck John Peet Ruth Plance D1x1e Poole and Gary Pruett Sue Ratliff Sandra Rice Mary Ross Carolyn Rotthoff and Ellen Sdoa. Betty Skeen George Snider Dixie Swann Ronnie Thomas and Bob Whitford. Bill Wick Charles Williams Gladys Williams Frances Workman and Don Yoder. JOn"""Nk 5 X 'F' -:r gs' ww' Guess who 73 Don't break tho fence down: Rvlaxing, Davog ? Look at this: Taking it easy, boys'?g Duct by Bill and Johng The two Dixiesg Going some-placo, Sandra?: Don't study hard, tonight, Bob: Surprised, Bil1'?g Look at Nora: Jane teaching classy Vickie: Nancyg Two Freshmen. 24 SCHIHIL LIFE Religious Activities Seminar Officers Sabbath School Officers M, V, Officers The Temperence Officers o o o o Recreational Achvlhes A Game of Shuffle Board Our gym A March on the New Floor A Game of volley Ball The Medical Cadet Corps Skating The Iunior-Senior Basketball Game Rabbit Race Music Organizations The Music Building The Choir The Girls' Glee Club The Mount Vernonoires The Horrnonettes The Sophomore Mixed Quortet The Bond plcxyinq for Student Association Meeting Tlre Library General Shop Classes Algebra Class Typing Class rw 'Yr r-4-.-1' .avi- Llnden Hall A day 1r1 Lmden Hall Would prove as true the ac That Dean and Momtor Use much frrmruess rmxed w1th tact' The Alpha Gamma Club CThe meetmqs are so swellll Each offrcer and member Has fun, and learns as welll The parues or the qah fests, Though squelched two soon we thmk Make memorles fond and brrqht Runl OU1Ckl ll s me last blrruo The rooms were checked each momma But now there's vacant space ln Lmden hall, Just waltlnq For new grrls to take thelr place , N, V ,, 1 sk W, . . , 'N "1 -, it T, 4 r v Q X . I O First Semesier Officers Second Semester Qfficrrs A Party Father Time" at Girls' Club Ccrrolinq the Boys The Reception Second Semester Otticers Profs Birthday Dormward Bound A Volley Ball Game First Semester Officers Somebody is Getting Ducked The Senate A Snow-time Activity Hadley Hall Hadley Hall for fellows lt welcomes old and new As Prof Dlckmson QIVGS counsel E en Freshmen cant be blue' The bells rmqmg constantly The hqhts qomq out at Tllqlll Seems hke everythmq goes all wronq Yet somehow goes Just r1qht' The Amlcl Club Wh1ch plans You ll fmd tt s a maror part Ot boys dorm hte at M V A Then when you tall m bed And are Just about asleep Some nelqhbors down the hall Are playmq Leap Froq Leap' 1 Good times-and by the Way Work M11klHg tlmo VVOI'k1llg on thx Gym 141001 Momtoxmg m Lmdl I1 Hall VV0lklll m tln I aundry Studvrlts 'it work m Lomi Imda s Pastfrn Plant Tho Pless Lrevx Our nl flu staff and soma of thosn Vx ho f1X our nu als . . , .. . , . , 0. , v y . Q., . . ' , ' '. 1 . . , ,. . ' 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 X , N , - " .1 1 - . X. x ' ' . K v . P 1 S w g W "-----...,.,K ,N hp gf ' ' J w-QQ 99: ' f i K K. ,yawn , .LX , 2.1, 3 f, wx uv ,,' 1 Q., E v n .,,, ' 1 ll ,QF f-fs S ' Q P, a 'Y' X Mn' 0 A' fx - 4 , R v wx O an "' 2 " 'is -an M Q A QI, First Semester Board ot Mcmcxqement The Spirit Stuff The Aririuul Staff Sceries from the Christmas Party The Student Association FAC LTY ai ""I,'2"' .58 lack Ashton Mr. Ashton is a new member on our faculty, and he is assistant manager in the laundry. With him are his wife and their children. Clifton Baker Washington Missionary College Always ready to help the stu dents are Mr and Mrs Baker Mr Baker is depended upon daily for the supply of milk in the cafeteria because he is our farm manager ln the past Mrs Baker taught English ll and lll until her health forbade Wllmoth Benson B Mu Butler University Miss Benson is head of the music department She teaches piano voice organ and also di rects the choir Mrs Bentley B A Emmanuel Missionary College Mrs Bentley is our dean of grrls She is also M V Sponsor and girls gym teacher Mabel Cowhng Eugene Cowling B A Emmanuel Missionary College Mr Cowling 1 the man who keeps the financial part of our school running smoothly and Mrs Cowling teaches two classes in sewing Besides acting as treasur er Mr Cowling also teaches a class in bookkeeping and spon sors the Sabbath School R. E Dickinson B A Washmgton Mrssronary College Mr D1ck1nson IS the dean of boys He also teaches Enghsh I cmd has charge of boys gym classes He IS a real 1nsp1rat1on to us Here he IS shown wtth h1s Wlle and the1r daughters Pnscxlla and Andrea G P Haynes B S Southern Mrssronary College Mr Haynes has the busy task of College Press Manager Bes1des tlns he teaches a class rn prxnting Prctured w1th Mr Haynes IS h1s wxte and therr son Davld Emmanuel M1ss1onary College Mr Iohnson teaches auto mech amcs and also manages the Ser v1ce center He IS prctured here Wllh h1s wrte and therr daughters Wrnxfred and He1d1 R O Kelly Emmanuel MISSIOHGYY College Under the d1rect1on of Mr Kelly we receive our hot water and heat He also has the endless Job of re pa1r1ng our lDU1ld11'1QS and keeplng them 1n good cond1t1on Prctured Wllh h1m are h1s wrfe and the1r daughter B11le W. R. Iohnson. B. S. Xjwfl f iff nf 3' G' f Eugene Krlgore Emmanuel MISSIOHGIY College Mr Krlgore 1S rn charge of the laundry wlruch 1S now a depart ment of the school Mr Krlgore IS shown here wlth h1s Wlfe and Donna lean the1r daughter Raymond Kraft B A M A Washrngton Mrssxonary College Oh1o State Unlverslty Our teacher 1n typmg and short hand IS Mr Kraft He also serves as reglstrar Mrs Kraft and therr daughter Esther are prctured wrth rm Thomas Larkm B A Wash1ngton Mrssxonary College Mr and Mrs Larlcm and therr for a moment for the photographer He teaches Spanrsh I and H and also general math Thls 1S Mr Lar km s second year wrth our school farmly Donald E Lee B A M A Emmanuel M1ss1onary College Ohlo State Un1vers1ty M Lee teaches chemlstry b1oloqY geometry and phys1cs Also he spends many spare mom ents on the Treasure Chest and the Spmt as he IS a faculty ad vrser for these act1v1t1es He IS shown here Wrth hrs Wlfe and the1r daughter Lmda h' . - : 1 l 'fl ' ' A K f I X- A . . .J ' ' ' I ' V!-ff' daughter, Ellen Gay, have paused Jr 'lil' A4 ,-1 ' ,A , 'W ' ' . 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' , or 40 I C Mxklos B A Emmanuel Missionary College This is Elder Miklos second year here He serves as Bible teacher ad also sponsor for the Temperence group and the Sem mar With him are his wife and their two daughters lvanette and Sharon Frank Pltchen Ohve Pltchen B S Emmanuel Missionary College Mom as we all know here is our matron and it is to her we owe our appreciation for those meals every day and on picnic days Mr Pitchen has the contin ,1al task of keeping the campus oeautltul Herbert Roth B A Two new members of the acad 1 my family this year are Mr and Mrs Roth who come to us from Washington D C Mr Roth teach e s English ll and lll besides super vising the library and the advisory work for the Splut IR Shu1lB A Emmanuel Missionary College Prof is about the busiest man we know and he does a splendid iob of keeping things in working order He is the Principal and Business manager of our school He is pictured here with his wife and their children Ted Billy and lackie , , Washington Missionary College 3 . , 1 ' ' . , f 4.2 G C Sowler B Th Emmanuel Mrsslonary College Mr Sowler teaches government soclology hlstory ana B1ble III Along wlth th1s schedule of teach 1ng he 1S also band chrector He has posed here wrth h1s wrfe and thelr son Dlck Frank Wes ely A new face on our campus thls year belongs to Mr Wessely He serves as Asslstant Busxne s Man ager 1n charge of lndustry I-hs wrte and the1r l1ttl daughter Bonnre keep the home hre burn 1ng Lawrence Wolfe B A Wash1ngton lvhssronary College Besldes teachlng algebra and trlgonometry Mr Wolfe also dr rects the shop classes Dunng hrs spare trme he gave much ass1s tance to lay1ng the new gym floor Wlth hrm are h1s wlte and the1I two chrldren Carol lean and Bobby FACULTY COMMITTEES R1 11g,11111s 11111 r1 sts 1 1 1 1 R q111111 1 1 1 1 11 S11 1111l1 s111d11 l 1g.1s11 1111111 11111 1 r111111 11111 1 1 11 1 ,, 1 N IN 111r1 C 1111 11 N1 N11 1 11S 4-1111 r111111 111 1 lrllllll X11 N 1r11 TX F 1 '1111 1 1 N 1 111 111 11 I 111r 1r1 1 f1111r111111 1 1 N111 1 1111111 11111111 11111 1 I 1111r111111 1 H1 11 1-111111 fl 1 1 1r1 111 1 11111 111 11111111 11,, 11 xlIlNll 11111 1111111511111 1111 r, 1 I1 1 S 31111 1 1 1 1 1711111111 1 q111111 F11 411 111,,111 '111 1311111111119 11111 flrtblllltls 11 11111 1 11 1 1 LB1 llll 11111111111 N11 r1 11 BOARD OF TRUSTEES L I 11111111 11 511111 511111 1r1 Tn IS 1111 X 11111111 H 11 1 1 T 11 111,,1 111111181111 O1 4 11 P1111 111 111111 1 1 S11 l':1l1l'1' .1. 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A, '11S YV. 1111 1' 111' SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR YEAR 1953 1954 Fu-st Semester 1201 Weeks Reg1strat1on Dormxtory Reg1strat1on Class Classes Begm Faculty Student ReceptIon Second Per1od Beg1ns Fall P1cn1c Fall Week of Prayer Thxrd Perlod Begms Thanksg1v1ng Recess Tues 3 pm Nov 24 August 30 September 1 September 2 September 5 October 12 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 To be arranged To be arranged November 23 Sun 8 pm Nov 29 Chr1stmas Recess Tues 3 pm Dec 22 Sun January 3 Semester Exammatxons January 13 14 15 F1rst Semester Closes January 16 Second Semester 1171 Weeks Second Semester Beg1ns January 18 F1fth Per1od Begms Sprlng Week of Prayer Sprmg Recess 1953 1953 1954 1954 1954 1954 March 1 1954 To be arranged To be arranged S1Xth Per1od Begms Sprlng PICDIL Semester Exam1nat1ons Consecratlon Serv1ce Baccalaureate Sermon Commencement Second Semester Closes 1953 1954 Apr1l 12 1954 To be arranged May 12 14 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 16 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 44 .................................... , .... ........ .......... .... .......... ...... .......... ..... . ...... , .....,. ... ..... , .., ......................... ....... .... . ......................... , I . . ., . 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GENERAL INFORMATION Adrmttance The academy IS a coeducatlonal 1H5t1tLlt1OH the p11V1lLS.,ES of xxhlch uc not l1lT11t9Cl to young people of the Sex enth day Adx entlet fa1th All pe1 sons ol ,ood ehalacter and p1ope1 1GCUIT1INCI1"l3l1OI'15 a1e admltted to lts Classes on cqual telms The only lequnement 18 that xll LllCL1fUllW comply xxlth thc 1O5L1lElt1OI1b of the school and glve due lespcct to 1ts 1cl1e1ous puncxplcs AIIIIS The alms of LdL1CE1t1OI1 111 th1S academy max be found 1n the p11nc1ples Incl doxx n by one of the academy s foundexs We mc called to thc SL1V1L9 ol God and our fellow men and to ht us fm thls, SQIXILG should bc thc object ol our educauon Whzte Thus Chllbtlali educatlon a LOI1C91XECl bx Sexenth dlx Adx entlsts compxehends mole than the pelsult of a eextam LOLIISC of study It lb the harmomous development of the phyblcal thc ment ll and the Spllllllal powels Oblectwes To 1310111019 the devclopment of a cons1stent Chl 1st1an llfe asslst 111 the dex elopment of noble Chustmn charactel 111813119 mtelhgent 'md QITILGIC loxe fO1 om counuy Sl1IUlll"l16 an applcclatlon of cultulal xalue of the lest books IH na tu1e and 1n musxc lead to an app1ec1at1on of the d1gn1t5 of labo1 o dcxclop habxts, of accuracy 1espon51b1l1ty and 1es,ou1cclulne5s Standard of Conduct See the STUDENT HANDBOOK by the Depfutment of Educ 1t1on Colum bu Un1on COIITGI ence It may be obtamed upon 1equest f1 om the Academy H1SlOI'Y The Mount Vex non school xx as opened as an acddemy 111 the fall of 1893 I1 xx is chan cd to lLOllL5C IH 1905 but 11 thc tlme thc Flblilwll MINSIKIII Scmm III NV xshmgton D C was 12-used to the status of 1 collcoe Mount Vexnon Col lcge xx ag xeduced to an academy ae fO1II1L1ly Th1s change took place 111 lf -45 U 1 I 1 ' T c I 1 '. V D . .lf ,A X ' 1 v 1 .Q I 4 1 u Ev v w v V- H - 0 ' 4 . ' 4 ,. ' 4 .X ' ,-' B4 4' .' xi.. I L4 X A I ' I tv ' v. W.. K4 Z ' Y H ,,4 aus: LL I 13 pr X y A-yv t u . c Z - , I 4 a yi , L4 3 H l gr ' 1 v -1 4 , 4 4 44 Q 44 . 1 1 I , 14 4 v .1 4 Y v , X 2 7 51 2. To train for leadership in church and community. 3. To ' f '. - - -. 5. To C "".' ' ' ' xg K- 6. To ' ' -' ' ' ' ' ' '. 7. T,,,x -. C.. ', .. C ' 'z A , - .Z I w l I 1 1 v I . . is . 4 , sc ' I I I . . - . 2 f -ffm' . , z X ' - 'fe' x ' an-y ' as ' 3' , . ., .Q ' Q : 2 - W' , - - ,,. , . . . . y - - s.- vl x- . A . . ' 314. Tho ad blllldlllg At vxork at Loma Lmda Senlor Sextet MUSIC Bulldlng In the bakery L1bby and Shnrry L1ndcn Hall Catch these nuts Tarrle The tug of war The FGCLPUOII John and Mr Kelly f1r1ng the new furnace 46 A J I , Q ' n'-inf: 'W ty' ' n A 3' -'Sung - , . K , . . . I Y , 1 . ' , . ' . ' . . v , , , 1 y 1 . . . . I ' ' Location The clty of Mount Vernon IQ s1tu'1ted H611 tl1e Q,eoQ1aph1cal cc11tc1 of tl1e st1te of Olno maklng the academy of easy access The Columbus Aluon C11e5 hound Bus stops at the ent1a11ce to the academy The academy IS located 111 tl1c 1111dst of an 8XtBI1SlVe clmpus o11e m1le no1theast of the Clty l11111ts on t1c St 1te I-1151111 ly Rout 9 A bc'1ut1ful noxe fo1111s 'ln ltt 1ct1xc 71 lx cmund The su11ound111g count1y 1s h1lly af'fo1d1ng a pleasmg var1ety of land scque to the eye of tl1e lover of natule Jolnlng the academy g1ounds 15 H1 111 1th'1 Pa1k VVl'11ClI may be used by students at t1111es duung the school XL'll I11 the IH1ClSt of th1s pa1k IS a lake xx he1e the students skate du11ng the umter season CURRICULUM Grcxduatlon requxrements A student must 1nclude 1n h1s LOUISE of s1xteen un1ts at least two 11131015 tone must bc Enahshj and txx o 1111no1s tone must be Soc1'1l Stud1c sj Note A 11111111 LUIISISTS of H1109 01 111019 u111ts 1n one Held a11d a 11111101 of txxo unxts 111 one fleld A un1t of L1 ed1t 15 gn en T01 a class that 1neets f1V9 f01 ty n11nute pcuods U1 thc cqu1v1le11t, a wccls lo1 the school year P1 oblcms of RGl1b1Ol1 An1e1 1can H15tO1y P1Obl6IT1S of Democracy, one un1t each oi sc1e11ce 111'1the111at1cs and xocatlonal must also be lncluded Washlnqton M1SS1OnCU.'Y College entrance requxrements 11111101 sequences of two u111ts c'1ch hom the folloxung fou1 flclds Soc1al Stu dlcs FOIGIQH Llnguage Mathematlcs, and Ndt10H3l Sc1ence or two IHIHOI' cquenccs t1 om these lou1 helds and one f101H COIT1lIlGFC18l, MUSIC O1 Voca tltlllal A11y addltxonal 1equ11e111ents would depend upon spec1hc Helds of pec1 1111 1t1on pl 111ned Requxred Sub1ects C1md,c Nme Unlts K1 ch1 1 U1 Gc11e1 1l lVl1th A11c1ent Sz Heb1cW Hlstory 1101 1 Pl1xs1ca1 Educatwn Y ocatlonal fjlll le Tc 11 UDHS Lulx Clll11Lh H1sto1y I lcct1yes ln l1sh II Grade Eleven UNITS A111e11ca11 H1sto1y Dcno111n'1t1o11 11 H1sto15 Electn e Enghsh III Med1cal Cadet Youth P1 oblcms G1 ade Tu ell e Umts Eleetnes ,Z Mehcal Cadet? Q PICJl3l9I11S ot De111oc1 lcy Phx lcnll Ec1ucat1on P1oblcms of Re-l1,1,1on Tl1e above outhne of subjccts IS for each year 1n o1der, and advanccd cl xsscs uc not opcn to students who are 1n thc gxades under that ID w h1ch the subject 15 offered 47 -' 1 'L L ' K C - 1 ' . 1 s 1 - ' L L -' . ' . . 1 J- - . ' 3 ' K. . S' .E -.. ' . L, ' ' ' K. l- 2 'ff 'z' e 11. 1. ' ff' ' ' J f z 1'Zf"Xl2C'- 's ' x ' 7 M . A- .2 s . . ' ' ' . k 'z 'z . ' , ' 1 ' ' " A W. ,C ,I ' 5. ' . . ' , . L. K. . .' A 1 0 " ' 1 ' ' "C '- . : c ' ' ' ".' ,f ' ' ' e ' f ' ' '. V ' -Q 5, ' 1' 'e 11' '- . . N , 'OA' Q A V .' , ' . . v. . ' u T : u. 5 V C 1 U 154, r v if I V 1 lv ' . The student must have a Illiljihl' sequence of three units in English, and three . L , b. I v ' . Nc , . ,' - . ' , .Z ,' - ' ,Si . ' + 2 - f ,- , ' .1 ' ' .' 1 Q ' S , . H. . . . 54 1 Z ' ' sv . - ra "2 'zz ' 2 . 1 Lf 2 ' ' 1 'z 1 1 Y ' " ' " ' 1 .- ., 1 ' of ' f ' 4 ll: lf U'l'sl I 1 - '. 1 f , ' . 1 . , , ch K V . . 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' .Y , 1,13 . 1. .' - ' - ' 1 5 'f' 1 ' ' ' 1 v , ' ' - - 1 1 i ,- ' me 2- 1 x 1 5 ' x ' ' 1 - ' v ' 1 Grade Nme General Shop Home Arts I COOk1Dg Prlntlng I Gfrade Ten Blology General Shop Geometry Ho1ne Arts II Sewmg Home IVIechan1cs Shorthand I I'yp1ng I World HISIOIY Grade Eleven Auto Mechamcs tPre requ1s1te Gen Fore1gn Language I Shorthand I II Typmg I II Phys1cs O1 CIIQITIISIIY Shopj ELECTIVES Unlts Un1ts UHIIS Grade Twelve Un1ts Bookkeepmg 01 lnstructor s p9I'Il1lSSlOI'1 Economm Geography Fore1gn Language II Physms O1 Che1n1stry Publlc Speakmg Shorthand II Soc1ology Typ1ng I II All Grades Unlts Chou' Genelal MUSIC Glee Club Band Mus1c Apprec1at1on Plano Organ or Voxce In case lVIed1cal Cadet Cou1 se 15 not elected Phys1cal Educatxon Wlll be 1equ1red Max1mum amount of credlt allowed for MGd1C3I Cadet Corps IS one half un1t In Glades 11 12 all glrls take Physlcal Educauon Physlcal duL'1 t1on IS requn ed each year unless a doctor s cert1f1cate of exe1npt1on IS presented A ITIUSIL nnnor LODSISIS of one un1t of General MUSIC MUSIC Apprec1at1o11 and one other un1t of ITIUSIL Not mme than 3 un1ts of IULISIC may be appl1ed tovwa1d 1aduat1on All full UIUI COUISCS must be completed to count as Credxts for raduat1on One un1t of a fore1gn language w1ll not be counted toward graduatxon Two UHIIS both 1n tht same language must be taken to IQLGIVI crcdlt toward graduat1on ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ASKED BY PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS How can cz room be reserved? By a depos1t of 5 Th1s S5 IS sepa1ate IIOIH all other fees and 1t IS re fundable when the student gn es up the room 1n good cond1t1on Is there cm Advance Deposlt requ1red'7 At the opemng of school each student IS lequxred to make a cash advance payment Dormztory Students The depos1t lb S52 At the close of the school term 37 w1ll be refunded N . 1 ' V2 . . ' Q .- L , 1. ' .' , 1 l ' . 1X2 ' - 1 ' 1 . . s , ' 1 1 - ' 1 1 ' V2 ' . V2 ' , V2 1 1 I i . 1 ' V2 - ' ' . ' ' V2 I 5 , V4 . 9 7 he Q . . ' F ' '. ' I ' , , ' V2 I. . . S U . E. ix J Q D . . - 2. ' ' . 48 as Credlt on the last statement The remammg S15 conslsts of S10 as an annual matrlculatlon fee and S5 for the annual mcdrcal fee Nerther of these two fees are refundable after mat11culat1on and the mcdlcal etcam 1nat1on It shall be understood that the S5 med1cal fee w1ll prov1dc for 1 physlcal exam1nat1on all flrst a1d supphes and doctox s charges exclu SIVS of major surgery hospltal b1ll X rays and labo1ato1y charges Th sc medlcal benef1ts are covered only when attendlng phys1c11n 1S the om deslgnated by the board Vzllage Students The d9pOS1t IS S37 At the close of the schcol term S26 w1ll be lefunded as credlt on the last statemcnt The re1na1n1ng S11 LOI1S1btb of S10 as an annual matrlculatlon fee and S1 for the med1cal 6148111111311 Jn only Matrzoulatzon Fee The annual matr1culat1on fee mcludes the follovung domntory club membershlp dues student assoclatlon membershlp a subscr1pt1on to thc school paper a copy of the Annual and the lecture course free Can students be matnculated lf they have an unpald account? The Board of Management has ruled that all accounts w1th any of our schools must be pard 1D full before matr1culat1on Are there monthly hxed charges? Yes The Board of Mount Vernon Academy has adopted the cash polxcy for the operat1on of the school S1nce our young people come to the school for the purpo e of ga1n1ng a good educatron It would be poor trarnlng not to follow the pay as you go slogan Charges for the school month Dormztoru Students Tu1t1on Full work of 4 un1ts Smgle un1t pr1ce over or under 4 un1ts Dormrtory Ser vlce two 1n a room tthree ID a roomj M1n1murn Laundry charge per month Extra wattage A charge of 01 per watt per month IS m Average MIHIHIUITI Average MIHIITIUHI Board Boys Boys Grrls GIFTS Vzllage Students Tu1t1on Full work of 4 un1ts Smgle un1t pr1ce ox er or under 4 un1ts S24 00 0 17 50 16 00 ade 1n 35 00 27 00 30 00 23 00 S24 oo 6 00 Are there any charges m addttlon to the above? There are the usual fees for IDUSIL 11111916.81 organlzatlons and lental for 1I1StI'UIHLHtS as wcll as for typexxrlters to typmg, studcnts There are also fees for matcuals used IH laboratory subJects and charges for breakages 49 , x ' w l ' - -' 4 ' 1 , ' - ' ' ' , ' ' ' L .' 1 . C - Q ' y . , - . , . - - . , 35. , ' . . ' ' . ' V, - . ' ' x , . . , . 7 Y ' . lc 1 . KY . , Li YY ' ' ' ' ......,........... 6.0 ' ' ........................,........... 2.00 excess of 100 watts per person. A l ' V . ..l ........... u. . ,J ........ . . B S . x, L. u . . , ' , ' 5. N, b . L, N 5. , ' .S ' y Lf x I ' . . . 3 .' K. - V ' - - ' - - - 1 Onc booth at the Fall festlval Gomg to Fall plcnlc Bud at M C C Banquet Eat An actlvxty at the Fall pmcmc Sleepy heads Scene from faculty home partxcs Sandra Scene from g1r1s recept1on Hadley Hall 50 that bananag Girls' Reception: 'fha strong man of W.1Vi.C.3 To LinCien'Hall after chyapelg 8 BOYS S 50 S706 50 S24 00 S216 00 S17 50 S157 50 S2 00 S18 00 GIRLS S73 50 S661 50 S24 00 S216 00 S17 50 S157 50 S2 00 S18 00 MUSIC charges per month P1ano One lesson pe1 xx eek 6 00 Elementa1y p11no students per lesson O1 gan One lesson per week VOICE One lesson pe1 week Instrumental One lesson per week lVIus1c O1g3I11Z8t10f1S tCho1us Chou, Glee Clubs, Band O1ehestra1 P1ano Rental One per1od a day O1 gan Rental One per1od a day 4 60 200 Speual Fees and Rentals G1adU3t1OD lee 500 1nd1v1dual Add1t1o11al T1anse11pts tduplmatesj 100 mdwxdual Typew11te1 Rental one p911Od a day 2 00 pe1 month Typewrlter book rental 25 per semeste1 What IS the cost of books? S15 00 for books IS ample for most students Thls should be pa1d 1n eash We p1 efer not to cha1ge them on the statement What d1scounts are offered? Cash A dlseount of 5Qf lb gwen on the balance owmg on the statement lf p'11d NN11l11I1 tvxo weeks 1lte1 the mulmg of the statement If the prevlous statement has not been pald thls dlseount 'zpplles onlv to the Luuent month Famzly Fne per Lent C11SCOl1I1t fO1 two students and ten per cent for th1ee or 111019 students xx 111 be gwen on 1oom 1ent and tu1t1on only to a person supportmg these students to the extent of one half 1.1'1 cash of the pub llshed school expenses Thls dlscount xx 111 be granted by wr1tten apphca t1on wh1eh should be made at the t1me of 1eg1strat1on What 1S the cost per year? The cost pe1 yea1 IS based on the axe1age not 1Tl1I'11111l,1111 does not melude 11111b1C. changes, books O1 speelal fees eh'11 ges 'md BOARD Month Year TOTAL TUITION ROOM LAUNDRY Month Year Month Year Month Year Month Year S35 00 S315 00 S30 00 S270 00 Note The above 18 based on '1xe1abe not 1l11111111Ll11l, eha1ges Thue ue no semeste1 fees 111 1dd1t1on to the above What part ot hrs expense can a student earn at school? 'lhe ax L1 IQDL student 11 t yen efured '1pp1o141 mately 5525 00 pu month 'llns unount xxlll xa1y dependmg, upon the matullty and depe11dab1l1ty of the student 51 ' - I ' ' ...................................................... S . 1 ' z ' : ..........., ........................ 1 .50 ' - .................,.................................. .5 I ' - . ' ' ' ...........................,...........,............ 5.50 Q - ........................................ 5.50 " ' ' ' .................................................................... 1.00 ' A - ' ................................................ .00 Instrumental Rental .................................................................... 1.00 . 4 ,, . 1 Q. h V. . K . 78 .......... 9. ' I . ' vxzfm 1 L5 vtk. C.. K 'Af KI. 1. . 5 How soon must the monthly statement be pa1d? rt should be pard wrthrn two weeks from the date of the marlrng of the statement Students may not 3o1n the1r class organrzatrons or take the1r final semester examrnatrons unless therr account rs pard or approved by the Frnance Commrttee Are students allowed trthe on labor performed at school? The Mount Vernon Academy Board of Management has made rt possrble for students whose accounts are lcept rn balance each month to arrange at the busrness offrce for the transfer of credrt earned by them to the Mount Ver non chur ch treasurer as trthe What are dates for the frnancral statements? There Wlll be n1ne equal statements one rssued at the end of each cal endar month begrnnrng wrth 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 rn the nanre oi the pnncrpal May students room alone? When rooms are ax arlable students n1ay room alone The room rental rs then S21 00 per month ls there extra charge for laundry over and above the m1n1mum laundry charged? Each student IS expected to send to our laundry the mrnrmum laundry of S2 00 Extra laundry wrll show on hrs statement as an extra charge Over and lbove the rnrnrmurn chfrr gc May students wrthdraw cash on the1r accounts? Cash wrthdrawal may be made provrded parents have made deposrts rn advance specrflcally for th1s purpose May students charge dry cleanrng to the1r accounts? Dry cleanrn., may be chargcd on the students account provrdrng the account rs settled each month May students who do not l1ve rn the1r homes hve outsrde the school home? Srnce the management rs held responsrble for the young people placed rn rts care all nonr esrdent unmarrrt d students are requrred to room and board rn the school home Exceptrons to thrs rule are granted only by the faculty All students not lrxrng wrth the1r parents or guardrans are con srdered to be under the same regulatrons as school home students Inas much as rt rs rmpr actrcfrl to supervrse such wrth the same degree of care, they are placed largely upon therr honor, and should therr conduct be come unsfrtrsfactory the faculty reserves the rrght to make more satrs factory arrangements Youth under fourteen years of age are not re cerved rn the school home e4cept by specral arrangement wrth the man agenrent Q2 . I , f . . . . . Q l Q . . . ,fy ' - R . . l ' 1 -1 0 v Q ' . . . 0 14. . . 1 . F 4 Q . , . u ' . 2 I I ' c ' ', 16. ' ' . 17. ' - ' . - 1 ' U v 1 40's 54 'A . ' ' c 18. I . . . I . . . ' ' . - , . ' . .' , ' 7 ' ' ' . -. . . 7. . . . - ' . . A ' C . 1. - , ' 'S ' . ' C ,. 'S . , ' . -. c ' c ' ' I' fl l ' ' , , . . v - V .' ' - c , , , s - 1-- ' ' - , ' ' . x . .' - - ' - ,- W. TW VI X KIBIRSNKP 95195 S+ Tm mam nntzancm Shlrlvy The new 87 foot flagpole Our Tomp1 ranu Wuk Plas mg thx Kmg of Slam Studymg, hfud Wamta The W M C Tumblmg Taam At the duck pond Mr Hayms adjustmg the Intertypm Thn Gym Get lt MIIIIXII7 Tlus was cute' 53 May a student apply a scholarshlp on hls expenses? Mount Vernon Acadelnx follows tht scholfllshlp plan as establlshed by the Genel 11 CUIUCIGIILC PUl3l1SlllH0 Depwltment, ind axxalds a bonus to the student who fulfllls the LOlltl1l1Ol1S of the plan Are any refunds made tor vacatlon perlods or extended perlods due to 111119557 Refunds on boald 'md l1undlx LllE11S,CS ale not lnflde on p911OdS of less than a xx eclx Thele xxlll be no 1LClLlLt1OIl lol 100111 lent Ol tultlon Nelthel 15 thele a leductlon O1 10fL1lld fO1 It USIC lessons that the student does not take In Qase c l slcltness Ol othcl ClllL1gOI'lLy, allingenlents may be made to make up lll1SS9Cl lessons but thtle IS no lefund How IS classwoxk dropped or changed? When a student dlops 01 changes any ol hls tlolssxxolll he must SQLUIL 1 drop O1 entlalleg VOL1LllL1 lltlll the RG..,1Sl1d1 s ofllce TUlt10I1 Wlll be chalged untll sllth '1 XOL1LllCl 18 obtfllmd Those xx ho dl op schoolwolk VV1ll be chalged lol the lnonth 111 xxhlth the dlop XOL1Ll1G1 15 dated Tultlon Wlll not be Lhilgcd lol pl O01 1m gh 1nL,es UI sehoolxxolk dlopped dL11lIlS, the flrst month ol the SClllCSlL1 Are speclal exarmnatlons QIVSH? Attendance of classes mn an CXE1lIl1l'l'll1Ol'l day takes plecedence over evelythlng, else except LXll'l0lCl1l'1'llX ClllC'1.,LIlL19S O1 sellous 1llIlQS5 An unexcusable absence o11 'ln Lx 1111111 ll10H diy lendels the student llable to the loss of hls .,lade lol the 1JCl1UCl cox G1 ed by the CYHIIIIHHUOD If the student IS pelmltted lo t1ke 1 spccml QYclIU1I1Elt1OIl he must the examlnatlon Is correspondence work accepted? Yes the extensll n xxolk ol thc. nademy 15 done llllUL1'gl1 the Home Study Instltute T3liOIlll Pallx lVclSll1ll..,lQOIl D C Q s udtnt xllll he Q1YLIl p 1 XT11Sb1Ol'1 dullne the school yell to t1lxL L11 L pond nge wolk lol subnets belng taught 111 the school 'lt tht llllll All collesp ndcnce xxollx 111 th SLIIILHLI must he 111 metl xllth tht Academy hefolchflnd lll oldel to ILQCIVQ cledlt All vt olk talxcn Clllllllk, the Sllllltllll must ht complctel he fO1G leglstl 1 t n IH tht Ac lflllllb 1I'1 old 1 lol lt t lf: tppllefl lol L19Cl1l th lt yefll What 1S a normal amount oi classworkt' FOU1 unlts of lteul ll subjects A student 11175 be pellnltted to take IHU51C 01' dl llls to the 'lmount ol one Llllll 111 lddlllllll to lull Wollx p10V1d9d he malntalns 1 satlsfflptolx stalldlll 111 lllS stlldles No student xllll be al lowed to take a total ol ox G1 hu umts lol tht sthool X6"tl Exuptlons to thls Wlll be made only by dtlltlll of tht llculty When Wlll classes be orgamzed'-' All rlasses xxlll be O1S.,1llllLCl tht l11Sl pllt ol the school yeal, 'lnd there wlll be no Llass lll'l1C.ll1I'ts the llst month of school al . ' ' V. .V LV Vs- V K- C .L. ' L. . '51 .C V . 'A- X C V C V V . . C 2 . .xi kj . C Y . V , V N . V' . , . ' . . V . ' ' I ' . ' . V . V V ' V . . 1 S' Lt. . . . V , . ' .' . V dl. . X . X V V . V . .C V ' .. . . . , . A ' . . . . . . . V . Ky Vs. C V rc mst. V . Y, V. 5. , . . , Q . y 1 V 4 s C Y u 1 I . C l w . v 1 - V 1 I . . - ' . , ' V ' . . V - V ' . ' ' . .51 .zk, . ,. . .A, X - ' sv' sw X V. 7 Q 1 .' ' Q ' Q ' 1 ' ' . ' J. K. A f ,AV .C . ' K . V -fy , .' F- . . .' .. ' .I : Q ' . 1 L, 1 ' ' If I ' U l V 1 'l ' ' ' ' . A l . , S 'L. . ' 'V Z ,- . 'K ,A V ' ' y . secure a permit from the l'6Q1Sl1'81' s olllce, und a lee will be charged for . .' , V . Y ' , . . V ' . . ,, . . , . L s , 2 ", ff , . .l 1 1 ' g '1 Q'- ,. . . L4 5- 1 V Z V E V V .Q -A ,Q S . . . K. F' , , L. ' ' ' ' 1 .i' C 1 ' 1. 1 V. B. .V A . V .V ' Q 5. . ,. V. X 2 ..2 -,I ,' , 1.1 A . -1 C ' 1 1 '1v ' 1- ' . V 1 yt .' ,- ,, ,. Z- ,s -1 I 3 . ..,1'.Va- 10 1 'Z 1 ' 'e' ' olez z y.'. . . . -. . ,k- 2 V L. ' . J' K- , C V . ' C , .' W 1. 1 C X . V . Q . I 1 v, u I X V , . . ' V . V , ' Q. . , h. . V C . 5, ' ' 1 . 1 v lv 1 n A 2 ' I . . A -. ..,t. V' .Q 24. , " .E V ' K.: V, . C X. MISCELLANEOUS Wlhcrt Not to Bnng Students are not allowed to bring automoblles motorcycles motorbikes, adlos or phonographs to the school under any circumstances Firearms are not permitted on the school premises and in harmony with the Ohio state law on fireworks fire crackers and such are not allowed on the premises Because of danger from fire oil lamps candles cigarette lighters inflam mable chemicals heating appliances cf any kind not provided by the school electric irons grills etc are not permitted in students rooms Harmful literature including books and magazines of fiction comic books and cheap music are not permitted in the school home Any of these things found in the student s room will be returned to the parents C O D What To Bnng GIRLS Each students room IS equipped with smgle beds tin most 1n stancesj mattresses a study table chalrs a dresser window shades and one regulation electric light bulb A student w1ll need sheets pillow pillow slips blankets bedspread dresser scarfs study table cover, curtains pictures waste basket extension cord hot water bottle a bathrobe or kimono noiseless bed BOYS Boys should have a dress suit two dress shirts neckties gym shoes bathrobe slippers for the room throw rugs curtains or drapes desk lamp dresser scarf and for the bed four sheets two blankets a pillow two pillow cases a bedspread, and gym shoes A Word to Parents The administration of the academy reserves the right to withhold or to censor mall that may come to students while in the academy when such mall may be susp1c1oned as detrimental to the experience of the student here LD school The parents of our students are always welcome We solicit your co oper ati n with the Deans who are responsible for the whereabouts of your children in not taking them off the campus without insisting that they make proper arrangements beforehand It IS recommended that necessary dental work be done durlng the summer The student should bring a birth certificate to present at the time of re gistration Labor credits earned by students are not transferable or redeemable in cash except as authorized by board action Encourage your children to make as few trips home as pOSS1bl9 aside from che regular vacations Every diversion of any kind detracts from successfu. schoolwork On the week end beginning the Week of Prayer and the week end closing students are requested to remain here at the school It is hoped that no one w1ll consider hunself as an exception Calling students out of classes to answer telephone calls disturbs the classes and interferes with the students work Messages will be recelved for the student 55 7 7 ! . , , , ' 1 ' 9 v . .t v ' ' . . f . . , l v 1 'n ' ' ' I . , . ' , . . . . . . 1 7 Y 7 A 7 7 I Y . T : , , , 1 a J ' I J is Y 3 9 Y ' ' - room slippers, bathing slippers, towels, wash cloths, boots, and gym shoes. - ' . 1 I 1 I y y , 3 7 1 - 1 ! l : 9 I Y , . C . , . " ' 7 ? . - la - - Acceptable dress for boys for rehgious services and Saturday night pro grams is the conventional shirt necktie and coat which are to be worn for all such occasions In harmony with the General Conference recommendation, d1plomas or school credits will not be issued if the student s account is not settled The school will not be responsible for the personal property left in the school building or anywhere on the school premises Leaves of Absence Students are permitted to go to town not more than once in two weeks, upon des1gnated days On Sabbath students are permitted to go for walks away from the campus at speclfied t1mes and 1n d1rect1ons designated by the deans Young men or young women are permltted to walk only 1n the d1rect1on and as far as designa ted by the respective deans Permisslon for each extended absence from the school must be ecured from the principal and can be granted only when accompanied by written request from parents or guardians Such perm1ss1on may be denied when the student has unsatisfactory deportmant scholarship or financlal status Deans will not grant perm1ss1on for students to be out of the dormitory during study period without arrangements being made with the principal If students leave the 1nst1tut1on w1thout pemussxon the school will notdy the parents or guardian but will not be held responsible thereafter Fundamental Pru1c1ples Since the fundamental purpose of the academy 1S to develop 111 its young people C'h11st1an character, and manual skill, lt can succeed in this endeavor only by the voluntary cooperation of its membership Every effort IS made develop the best that IS 1n him, but the school hnds It 1mposs1ble to d1rect those who are not 1n sympathy with these purposes For this reason those who are not in harmony with the principles as here set forth are not knowingly ad mitted to or retained in this 1nst1tut1on For the v1olat1on of the following fundamental principles the student lays himself liable to dismissal 1 The use, handling, or POSSESSIOH of liquor or ll'1tOX1Cat1I1g beverages, tobacco, pipes, cigarette paper or narcotics in any form, or allowing thear use in his room 2 Immoral conduct, or allowing himself to be placed 1n a position where his morals can be questioned 3 Meeting persons of the opposite sex in a dellberately planned secret manner 4 Any student who IS marr1ed during the school year thereby automatic ally severs his school membership 4a Any student whose associations and friendship becomes so serious as to lead to engagement w1ll be asked to withdraw from school 5 Dissemunating immoral atheistic or infidel ldeas, or underm1n1ng the rel1g1ous ldeals of the 1nst1tut1on 6 The use of profane or 1ndecent language 1ndulg1ng in lewd conduct or suggestions, or possesslon of obscene literature or pictures 56 A . . . , . , . . . . . , . 7 . , . . n to stimulate and inspire the student to faithful and conscientious endeavor to , . y , . . . Q . . Y . . . . s , . 7 Attending theaters dance halls poolrooms gambling places prize fights or any place of s1m1lar objectionable character mcluding 1OllQ1 xmlxs 'ms con ducted for the general publ1C 8 Gambling betting possession of playing cards or other g'nnbl1ng devlces 9 Dane1ng e1the1 1n public or 1n school or resident homes 10 Theft picking or breaking locks doors or windows to enter locked places or tampering with school hghts or w1r1ng 11 Entering or leaving the school homes by any means other than thc IL u la1 entlances except 1n case of a 11116 dr1ll H19 O1 by d119Lt1OI'1 of the manage ment 12 Leavlng the school homes W1thOUt proper perm1ss1on 13 Constant and obstinate violation of any school regulation VVh1Ch finally constitutes 1nsubord1nat1on 14 Undermming the fundamental principles and 3I1t'lgOI11Sll1 toward thc Splrlt and methods of the 1nst1tut1on and continuous c11t1c1sm and fault finding 15 The enter1ng of other students rooms without pe1n11ss1on Ol the duphcat 1ng of keys will be understood to mean possible dishonest intentlons 16 Dishonesty includlng theft wlllful decept1on 1eg11d1ng violatlon t school regulations cheating in exam1nat1ons class work 01 1n my ph 1sc of school or business Student s Contract Every Student who matriculates 1n the academy thcreby enters into a of the 1nst1tut1on Fa1l1ng to do so he will be retained only at the discretlon of the faculty Students who prove unfa1thful to dut1es assigned them or who become sub ject to major d1sc1pl1ne thereby forfeit all work agreements the management may have made with them Students who are co operat1ve 1ndustr1ous teachable and dependable 11atu 1ally find it much easier to earn part of the1r way Patrons of the school should not expect the 1nst1tut1on to force the students to work Any work fLl1fllSl'1Gd by Mount Ve1non Academy O1 any of its depa1t1ncnts O1 the Food Facto1y IS given with the exp1ess undeistandin that thc IL mune1at1on 19LQ1V6d by the employee is to be used to pay for school expcnses that may be 1I1CL11 red at Mount Vernon Academy and that unde1 no LIILLIIH stances IS the Academy obligated to pay fo1 th1s labor in cash In case of se1 IOUS illness Whele the employee IS prevented from usmg such c1ed1t he n1ay haxe eained the management will e11deavo1 to make p1oper a1rangc1ncnts for transferring this cred1t System of School Marks and Scholarshlp Requuements Aiuperior B above average C ax erage D below average F fa1l1ng work 1n the subject I-cond1t1on This 1I1d1C3t9S 1nco1nplete or unsatisfactory school wo1k and may be 1e111ox ed by due diligence before the expiration of the t11ne l1m1t If it IS not 1e1noved It becomes a failure Wp w1thdrawal for a good cause while doing passing work Wf withdrawal but doing fa1l1ng work All w1thdrawals after the first SIX weeks of a semester a1e recorded as failures unless otherwise dlrected 57 . . I' I , , , l S, Q .' I I I- . . V' ,I. I I, , - I II . I. I . I II . II I II I ' ' - 1 1 -sg - II I I . I . I I I I .I I . I I I . . . . I I .I I I I . , . I . ISI. I . I V . 1 ., , - I . I . I . I . . I I I . . . O. ' . t 1 . 1 contract to cheerfully and faithfully comply with all the rules and principles I I I .I . I - . . . I Y 7 , . ' . . ' - . , I. - - - 'I 'Y of s ' ' ' 1' . ' Q - -X- 1 D 4 I y . I ,1 5 I 3 L. K- , . A ' - . . 4, , . , , ' I i , -T' V ' F l li ll ' I I . I . I Students who are fa1l1ng ln one half of the studxes for Wh1Ch they were reglstered at the beglfllllng of the semester are placed on probatlon By such fallure at the end of e1ther semester the student severs h1s connectlon w1th the school Remstatement may be granted at the d1scret1on of the faculty A student who FECGIVGS a grade of F 1n any subject for two consecutlve per1ods w1ll be requested to drop from that course When a student 1ncurs a f1nal grade of F 1n a subgect because of con slstently poor work he must repeat the course ln order to earn cred1t and may not attempt to earn the Cfedlt by examlnatlon Any student who currently recelves an I or F IS automatlcally dropped from all class pr1v1leges and IS remstated only upon removal of the de f1c1enc1es and a passlng grade malntaxned Absences All students are requlred to attend classes study per1ods chapel exerc1ses, and other asslgned dUt16S 1nc1ud1ng work asslgnments for whlch they are enrolled Lo1ter1ng and v1s1t1ng 1n the halls classrooms or on the campus durlng the school SSSSIOD a1e not perm1tted Punctual attendance at all regular exerc1ses of the school IS expected The speclfic method of handhng absences wlll be announced pubhcly at the openmg of shool and a quest1onna1re of the procedure w111 be placed III the hands of eaoh student at that t1me exceed fifteen per cent of the whole number of class perlods, the student may forfe1t a port1on of h1s cred1t at the d1scret1on of the faculty A tard1ness 1S counted as an absence unless explamed at the close of the class perlod Three unexcused tardlnesses are counted as one absence School Property Each student lb requ1red to pay for the property or equ1pment he breaks or destroys Because of damage to wxndow screens that usually occurs when they are removed by students, a portlon of the room deposit IS forfelted for removmg a screen xx lthout perm1ss1on, or other damage btudents are not perm1tted to go on the fire escapes or roof of any academy bu1ld1ng or the water tower, except 1n cases of emergency or at the d1scret1on of the management A S5 penalty IS charged for v1olat1on of th1s regulat1on. Tampermg w1th or the use of any fire flghtlng apparatus, suoh as fire hose, Ere extmguxsters or ladders IS str1ctly proh1b1ted except 1n case of fire, an author1zed fire dr1ll or by perm1ss1on of the management Each student 1S requn ed to pay for damage done by h1m to the property of the 1nst1tut1on accldentally or otherw1se Work Penods S1nce the domest1c work IS a part payment of the student s expenses, fa1th fulness 1S expected on the part of eaoh and anyone found lnterfermg w1th another wh1le at h1s work IS sublect to d1sc1pl1ne at the d1scret1on of the one 1n charge V1s1t1ng rn the k1tchen dxnmg room laundry, press, or any of the shops durmg worklng hours 1s not perm1tted 58 , V . . . I - ca ra - - I .- - - X an 19 - ' - , - 7 Y . , - , . 1 7 9 If the number of absences, excused or unexcused, for any semester, shall . V. . . Y Y Y , . , . . . . , . ' I 7 Y Regulatlons Pertcnmng to Socml L1fe The school belleves that a hlgh type of soc1al character can best be developed by pI'OV1d1f1g wholesome entertamment at gathermgs whexe the whole school fam1ly resldent and home students can HSSOCIHIG on the same bas1s Saturday evenmgs are usually devoted to some form ot 1ecreat1on such as p10g18ITlS marches games etc Socxal gathermgs not provlded by the school may occas1onally be ax ranged Those plannmg for such OCCHSIODS are xequested to proceed as follows 1 The names of those whose presence 1S desued should be submltted to the p11nc1pal one week precedmg the date of the gathermg 2 The tlme of the gatherlng should be scheduled so as not to 1nte1fe1e Wlth any study perlod 3 Chaperonage from the faculty must be 1ncluded 59 . . . . . l 1 1 ' ' ' v v 7 l I ' 4 The person a1rang1ng fO1 the gathe1 mg IS requested to counsel wlth the chaperon regard1ng thc ant1c1pated p1 ogram for the OCCHSIOH OCCHSIOHS when chaperonage 15 lequll ed re as follows 1 Soc1al act1v1t1es p1cn1cs soc1al gathermgs h1kes concerts lectures and motormg 2 Rel1g1ous 3Ct1V1t1CS of m1ss1onary endeavor 3 lVl1xed gloups leavmg O1 19 lllfllllg by automoble at vacatlon t1me or weekend leaves Ellglblhty for Ofhce In O1 de1 to mamtam the h1 h btalldal ds of a Chr1st1an school It 1S essentlal that students vxho a1e el1g1ble to offi 1'1l pos1t1ons of honor and trust 1n any organ1zat1on should exemphfy the pr1nc1ples of the 1nst1tut1on Hence a student shall not hold ofhcml pos1t1ons when h1S deportment 1S unsatlsfact ory or the t1me consu1ned causes cnsausfactory soholarsh1p Ellglblllty to any OHIICQ 1n a I'9l1g1OLlS organ1zat1on ed1torsh1p of any school publ1cat1on or p1 cs1de ncy of the scn1o1 or Jumor class depends on sp1r1tual1ty scholarsh1p a11d dcpo1tment No student 1S Bllglble to hold office 1n elther the sen1or or Jun1or class unless he has 1ece1ved oHic1al not1ficat1on of Bllglblll tv to Illelnbefshlp IH the class at the t11ne of h1s electlon The name ol each student cand1date nom1nated for an OfflC1al pos1t1on H1 any school organ1z'1t1on must be subm1tted to the faculty ID sufficlent t1me preceed mg the elect1on for the1r app1 oval of the cand1date as a nomlnee A Word to V1s1tors Brothers S1St81b and f11cnds of ou1 students You Are Welcome However we hnd It necessary to llnllt the number who V1S1t ox er n1ght at any one ume and lor th1s reason we must ask that all arrangements be maae 1 advance Please send your 1equest to the dean of the dorm1tory you w1sh to V1S1t at least mo 11 eel s ahead of the 1.11119 of your ant1c1pated V1S1t The dean w1ll O1ll1Hl,1D1L3t8 111th you AND WHILE YOU ARE HERE we 1nv1te you to become a 111embe1 of ou1 chool fHIH1ly As a member of our fam1ly you Wlll be subje t to the same 1ules and 1egulat1ons whlch we have establ1shed for our students Callzng Smce the school ho1nes 'ue pr1x ate homes and not publlc bu1ld1ngs persons l1v1ng outslde wl1o des11e to c'1ll upon 1nembe1s cf the ho1ne lam1ly are requested to iolloxx the custom employed IH callmg at a pr1vate home Any membe1 of the academy lallllly des111ng to entertaln guests 1n the home must make p1eV1OUS ar1angements w1th the deans and 1f It 1S deslred to take the guests to the dmmg roo1n def1n1te arrangements must be made be forehand w1th the 1natron Young 1nen and young wo1nen a1e allowed to HSSOCIQIB together w1th proper perm1ss1on and SUPGINISIOH On no occaszon wzll young men be allowed to mszt young women m them' rooms or mee versa REGULATIONS PASSED BY THE FACULTY Any requlatxon passed by the faculty and announced to the school IS con sldered as effectual as those pnnted 1n the calendar 60 1 . A 1 U -Q. . ix . -' . '. . '. A . c. . ' ' 1 1 1 7 ' 4. . . ' 4 . . 4 .' ' ' . U c Q N . . .OA 1 ' 1 . . . . . 23 7 1 7 1 G J.c .. 1 . . I L. , - . I E 4 1 I Y . . , . , . 1 . ' v '- ' -sf' s .s ' - ' ' . ' ' ' I 7 ' ' . H ' u . . . . . , . . . . x . .Y . C - . i. . 1 . . , . , , . , , . , - . 1 . . . . y . ' '. V 1 W, 11 ., , c . . . , . 1 V Y i . . . . . . . 0 -, Y' - . . -V . ' 'S ' .A ' I . ' V, . . . - ' v ' ' x. . ' A . - 'v 1 '. ' ' c c , . C .. . , . Y C A . Y 7 - G I A . . .41. 1 iv.. I . . . n OKS PDwARE ADVERTISERS -11 I '- , Q Q s5 5 N ,MQ X " ' 1 X 'hs 'lx sk NA f XR A trlo at the Gxrls Receptlon A h1ke through the woods for play perxod General tmg uady for bod Put 1t over Okay A game of Croquet A great tlme at the M C C banquet Btverly and Mlke Sharon MIKIOS at the Chrlstmas party repair-sg A partyg Batter upg The strong man of W. M. C.: The M. C. C. banquetg Get- Seventy graduates Mount Vernon Academy nnvlte ou oln t em WMC at the Natuon S Capital Takoma Park, Washington I2 D C W'- , , C. ..:.,. W Shf R'h d HADLEY S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 23 E Gambler St Open Evenmgs by Appomtment Phone 21356 Mgr Mlke Culleny R1ley Bu1lder s Supply Everythmq 1n Masonry G Plastermg Materxals Blllldlflq Hardware Metal Wmndows Sewer PIDGS G Fxttxnqs Telephone 22831 113 W Gambxer St Mt Vemon Oluo Complmments Stop N Shop For all qood Foods BEACH SANITARIUM R R 2 Near Fcur Ground Entrance Natural Therapeutxcs Swed1sh Massage Hydrotherapy Sweat Baths Drets and Health Foods Mt Vernon Oh1o Dowds Funeral Home Phone 61421 Mt Vernon Ohlo K D BEBOUT Inc 1416 East Ohro Avenue Mt Vernon Ohlo Contxnuous Servlce slnce 1906 e Manufactunng Pnnters Co Phone 31080 18 20 N Mam St Mt Vernon Oluo Ell1ott's Shoes 4 South Ma1n St Mount Vernon Ohxo I I I I 115 S, Main Sf, Colonic Irriqations ' l l 1 l D. A. Ochs, President E. A. Robertson, Educational C. H. Kelly. Sec-Treas. I- F- Kelli. PUbliSl1iY1Q R. M. Reinhard, Auditor E. F. Koch, Union Evanqelist Compliments oi the 616117165 91711071 6171 2127106 11111111 :lay yfhfandxfx Miss Ethel Iohnson Supervisor of Elementary Education O S Hershberqer War Service COYTIIHISSIOTI ci lndustrial Relations Mlss Mary E Walsh Bible lnstructor K H Wood Home Missionary ci Sabbath School Arthur Patzer Miss1onary Volunteer V- lv Q ag. Lxbby watches the lnauguratlon m comfort Oh look at Mr Sowler Joyce where are your shoes " A faculty home party What s th1s " Margaret and Dorothy who s thls " My what a speech' GO1Hg some place Dot H1 Bev Elder Baron Faculty Jumor Theres Ben Who are these people? Okey up the flag pole How long t1ll d1nner" ,--...- Comphments of C1ty Laundry Xu Cleaners Mcnn Store and Plant 205 W Hxqhl St Dnve-ln Store 503 S Mum Si Shaw Funeral Home Walt s Open K1tchen Ambulance Servrce A Good Place to Eai Hospxtal Beds for Rent Compllments of Complxments oi The F1rst Knox Nat1onal Bank Lester s Cloth1ng Mount Vernon Ohlo Member Federal Deposri Insurance Co Member Federal Reserve System 16 S Mum Mt Vernon Ohm 1847 106 Years of Servlce 1953 Comphments of IEWEL ICE CREAM 81 MILK C0 MOUNT VERNON omo N , , N01-th Main Sf, phone 32486 9 East Vine St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio , . 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Banquotg Rvzldy Compl1ments oi Worley s MENS WEAR 120 South Mcun St Mt Vernon O h1o LEATHER GOODS BILLFOLDS SADDLES PURSES LUGGAGE PET SUPPLIES Quahty Shoe Repcur 104 W Hlgh St Mt Vernon Ohlo Ioods of LUCK cmd Good Fortune To the Class of 53 Gene's Store 128 S Mmn Mt Vernon Wtrer Mens Clothrnq 1S Bouqht Wrth You In Vrew WEST PENNSYLVANIA A GOOD PLACE FOR STUDENT COLPORTEURS Comphments of Mt Vernon Academy Serv1center Your Errendly SOHIO Dealer On the corner of the campus Acodomrcr 3 We N, CONFERENCE ' Serving Knox County And Vicinity for Over 54 Years ff' 2044! WWW W 14944 Padma DEPARTMENT srons Lucite M Van Nostrand Director Phone 61912 Mt Vernon Ohio Mt Vemon ohm 2m42e4z70w4e4za74ed444a,l55 THE COLLEGE RRESS om 7ze44wze 64:45 77unZe-w L C Compliments of Everything in Music Pianos Band Ochestra 6. String Instruments We repair all kinds of musical Knox Coumys only Laundry Band Orchestra cS String Instruments A Mount Vernon Academy Phone 31486 Mt Vemon Ohio Industry , 1 - , . , I I - , I I ' 2 ' l l . . . . U , , , , I , , I I Woods Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Frederlcktown O Mt G1lead O 8 12 W Hlqh St Mt Vernon O MOST DEPENDABLE SOURCE OF SUPPLY Elephant Lumber Store Lumber Millwork Hardware Pam! 301 W Hxgh St Mt Vemon Ohxo D1al 22555 VICTORY FOODS INC GROCERIES MEATS DRUGS FOOD LOCKERS 117 19 W Hxgh Si Mt Vemon Ohxo Phone 62251 G R Sm1th Xa Co Hardware Plumbmq an Electncal Supphes Ho Po1ntAppl1anCes G E Radlo and TGISVISIOH Good Servrce to you A pleasure to u Mt Vemon Ohzo S EXTENDING THE HORIZON ft N 5-Tcl 'Q A ., Requrres V1s1on 0 Courage Industry 0 Stanuna Thmk Bxg Thoughts Emoy A Larger World Enroll for a Course w1th Home Study Instltute Takoma Park Washmgton 12 D C PITKINS MODERN FOOD MARKET We Dehver Phones 62211 62221 Whatever Your Food Problem Call on Us , . . , . 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