Mount Vernon High School - Forum Yearbook (Mount Vernon, OH)

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if -P. .+L :J' -'1 r fy,-. 15? ,Fi R1- ZX 4 Paaeniimf -Q At the Mount Vernon High School Mount Vernon, Ohio ACT I-ACTIVITIES ACT II-ATHLETICS inmnmmn ACT III- FRIVCJLITIES PRODUCER - Gerald Walker FINANCE MGR. - Harold Woodward ' DIRECTOR - Sara Cannon We, the staff, are about to present to you the hit of the current season - "The '42 FORUM," a true to life drama, packed with every day happenings in and about Mt. Vernon High School. The characters will remind you of people you know and the happenings will bring back many memories. The house lights dirng the footlights flicker - eulzfain up! eufdfain going. up .LW A 'di-I o1HQ 'NON 'IOOHDS H911-I NONHHA LLIAI 4, ff' 'wr iAf 'MRF ' v 5 Whai Who Hack Siaqe lwnmlic eoadz KENNETH WEST Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University B.A., B.E.E., B.S.Ed., M.S. p . . ! . Z- Qaacfr. HAROLD L. HIGI-IMAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University B.S.Ed., M.E. RW , ffdff E JOHN DAVID GEIGER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bluffton College, A.B. Ohio State, M.A. Sufzeainfencfenl' Siege Managa up I I 0 MISS RUTH DOMIGAN for staging and directing scores of brilliant performances at Mt. Vernon High School! Several years ago, when Miss Domigan first began stressing pronunciation of words like, "important," or pa- tiently pleading, "louder and slower!" to us amateurs, the speech department had fewer than twenty students. Now it has developed into a complete, full-time department with one hundred students or more. Such a gain deserves recognition I It is with sincere appreciation for her years of unselfish service and inspiration to those before us as well as our- selves, that we dedicate the H1942 Forum" to Miss Domigan. 'ir 4 4 4 if ir 'k 'k 4 4 4 111 4 The following are plays that have been directed by Miss Domigan The Rivals - 1926-27 The Romantic Age - 1927-28 The Enemy - 1928-29 The Dover Road - 1929-30 Once in a Lifetime - 1930-31 A Midsummer Night's Dream- 1933-34 The Youngest - 1933-34 The Swan - 1934-35 The Family Upstairs - 1934-35 The Taming of the Shrew- 1935-36 A Prince There Was -1935-36 Prunella - 1936-37 I'11 Leave It to You - 1936-37 The Romantic Young Lady - 1936-37 The Merchant of Venice - 1937-38 The Tavern - 1937-38 Houseparty - 1937-38 Pride and Prejudice - 1938-39 Spring Tide - 1938-39 320 College Avenue - 1938-39 When Stars Shine - 1939-40 Stage Door - 1939-40 The Lost Pleiad - 1940-41 What a Life - 1940-41 Two on An Island - 1940-41 Kind Lady - 1941-42 We Hold These Truths - 1941-42 June Mad - 1941-42 The Land Is Bright - 1941-42 LAMOIL L. OWEN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio VVesleyan Ohio University, 13.5. Ohio State University, M.A. in lirlueation Social Sciences GLADYS H. BAKER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Mathematics II. L. HIGHMAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University 11.5. in Eel., M.E. Business I and II Assistant Principal CLARA MARIE EAGLE Columbus, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. in lull., M.A. john Huntington Polytechnic Institute Q Art and Fhotograplty ff .N ff .1 ' 1' i fx! 0 ,- i-, i f f , , ,V VP, Le , J ,f , l, A .4 .J i. 3' Q Ig if 4 do J' 'G U IMOGENE MICHAEL Toledo, Ohio Denison University, KA. McGill University University of Toledo, M.A. French and Spanish IIELEN C. SEVITTS Mt. Vernon, Ohio W'ooste1', 1'h.B. Colulnhia University. KLA. XYestern Reserve University, B.S. in I-.ihrary bcience Librarian Page Ten Sidfe LAURA E. KOONS Mt. Vernon, Ohio XVcstern College for Women. B.A. Columbia University. M.A. Ohio State University En glish-A merican Literature YV. M. STUART Mt. Vernon, Ohio Purdue. B.S. in Agriculture Vocational !1gT'liC'll.Zt'll-TG SUZANNE G. SPEARMAN Sunbury. Ohio Bowling Green University, B.S. in Ed. Ohio State University, M.A. English VII A. J. ROBESON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Biology GENE TAYLOR Mt. Vernon, Ohio Capital University, Bachelor in School Music Ohio State University, M.A. Vocal and Instrumental Music SARACANLNONI 'O Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bethany, A.B. New York University English, Journalism, Director Publications efiew EDGAR N. WASILIEFF Harlfonl, Conn. Ohio lVeSleyau University, B.A. English, and Vocal Music Choir Director T ffl, blk, N. REX . RPHY 'jg Cuyxzi mga Falls, Ohio Kent State University Duke University, 13.5. in Ed. American History and - General Science LAURI WARTIAINEN Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio Denison University, A.B. Line Coach Algebra IX and General Mathematics AUDREY K. WRIGHT Mt. Vernon, Ohio Muskingum College Ohio State University, B.S. in Education University of Vilisconsin, Social Sciences MYRON PRE CH Mt. Vernon, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Ohio lllesleyan, B.A. Ohio State University Distributive Education Head' Basketball Coach 1 BETTY RAWLIN SON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Wittenberg College, A.B. University of lVisconsin H onte Economics ,1 l ilu U, I tif 1 . MARGARET MAHAFFEY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. in Education World History ILA WILLIAMS MCNABB hit. Vernon, Ol1iO Hiram, A.B. Ohio Stale University English MARY FAY IHLE Pmncroy, Ohio Ohio University, B.S. in li.1Cm'. Home Economics L. B. SWACKHAMER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Inclustrial Arts ELEANOR OWENS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Denison University, A.B. English IX and X J. A. MONTGOMERY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Muskingum College Franklin University Law School, A.B. Business Law, Economics, Sales, Advertising, Typing Page Eleven ,J RUTH DOMIGAN Snnhnry, Ohio 1 Ohio Xvesleyan, B.A. Northwestern University School of Speech Speech and Dramaties , ROGER L. ,WALTON Gambier, Ohio Kenyon College Kent State, B.S.. B.S. in Ed. General Science MARY E. DOWDS ,iii Mt. Vernon, Ohio Manchester College, B.A. American History, Sociology , . Z, W. iii, J. C. BLAIR, JR. Cleveland, Ohio Ohio University, B.Sc., B.S.Ed., M.Ed. Bookkeeping and Business Organization OVERLY SARGENT Vernon, Ohio NVooster College Ohio Sate University Ohio University and Miami U.. Fla. Kent State Normal English C. A. KNEPPER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Crawiis College M aehinef M a thematies and Drawing, Shop Theory Page Twelve ,sim SAMUEL E. RICHARDSON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. Industrial Arts INIARGUERITE MANN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Vllesleyan, B.A. Ohio State University Ohio University English VIII and IX JOHN A. SPEELMAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio XVesleyan University Ohio State University, B.S. in Education Chemistry and Physics BERNICE A. BONER '- Delaware, Ohio A V - .. Ohio lVesleyan ' University of Washington, B.A. Latin MARY M. CLAYPOOL Mt. Vernon, Ohio Graduate of Teachers' College, Miami University Ohio University Kent State Geography VIII MARTHA V. COCHRAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ashnry College, B.A. University of Kentucky Ashland College Shorthand I and II, Tying I and II I Gee , Jon 'F OY ' HOMAS dyntnemlocia, io Utah Stale University, B.S. Reserve Basketball, Baseball Coach Football Coach, GLADYS SCOTTIE Mt. Vernon, Ohio Kent State University Geography VII J. H. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Manipulatifue Shop Practice MARTHA ROBERTSON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon Business College Secretary to Principal NORA McKAY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University History PEARL CARPENTER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University Kent College Ashland College M athematics GRACE G. MILLER Columbus, Ohio Ohio State University, Certificate in Nursingg B.Sc. in Ecl. Health Education, Red Cross Home Nursing LOUISE CASSIL Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University U. S. History VIOLA M. DEIBEL Columbus, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Health and Physical Education OLIVE BROOKS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Miami University Mathematics VIII FLORENCE GIVENS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Secretary to Superintendent HELEN HAYNES Bexley, Ohio Ohio State University, B.Sc. in Ed. Vo,cal M nsic and English Page Thirteen pfaacfuclian 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Page Fourteen HAROLD WOODWARD GERALD WALKER Finance Manager Producer Charles Neher and Margery Harris - - Publicity Staff "Pete" Ransom ------- - Sports Editor Lou Anne Koch - - Script Writer Sara Cannon ------ ---- - - - Director John Cooksey and James Tinkey - - Photo Editor and Commercial Photographer Jerry Kaler - - - - ---- - Publicity Manager Patsy Coile, Marjorie Lockard, and Sara Carson - March of Time Staff Ula Jean Hull, Rae Bell, and Jane Beever, Chr. - Ticket Committee Sin Baan! af .Ybiaeaiau Top, L. to R.--Vivian Corwin, Clerkg Charles A. Blair, Vice- Presidentg Harry Bennington, Presidentg and James Fravel. Bottom, L. to R.-Florence Givens, Secretaryg J. D. Geigerg Paul Warner and Lawrence Kempton. Page Sixicen E ie f' .19 F? Xlf gf I M45 .1 I K . N1 , ,ff Q-, 5 ' , l Z . Page Eighteen SENIOR OFFICERS President . . . . . . Dick Kerin Vice President . . . Beverly Cochran Secretary . . . . . Charles Smith Treasurer . . Bill Parnell ELIZABETH FINLAY BALO JACK ALLEN JANE BEEVER df PAULINE ETHEL BEACH PAUL R. BICKEL BOB BLACKFORD ARLENE BOCKOVEN MARJORIE E. BLACKWELL NED ASHCRAFT BODDY GEORGE R. BOUTON DELMER D. BRENEMAN ALICE LILLIAN BRICKER Page N 'ineteeu .feacfiny BETTY ROSE BROWN JESSE ROBERT BRISCOE WILLIS DALE BROWN DORIS EILEEN BROWN .tx SARA JANE CARSON CHARLES WILLIAM CARD MARJORIE CHARLTON HARRY D. CHADWICK BEVERLY COCHRAN MAXINE COCKERHAM .A , A ' , L- iv!-'1 fu 6 'ff 4 1 'Z - JOHN c. COOKSEY Fu . PATSY COILE I I I Lty Ghaaaaieu GEORGE T, CULBERTSON GERALD M. WALKER DOROTHY J. DAVIS KAYE CRIDER MARTHA LEE DE WITT ROBERT M. DAY WALTER DICKINSON HAROLD GAYLE DORSEY THELMA IRENE-.ELDER JANET EILEEN DOUP JOCELYN FAWCETT KATHRYN ANN FLETCHER Page Twenty-one eaclin EUGENE LEROY GARDNER MARJQRIE FR? '777 JAMES WILLIAM GATTON ' LESTER CRAIG GEORGE ALMA LUCILE HARROD ELEANOR RUTH GRAHAM LINNIE CORDELIA HIGHWARDEN EILEEN ROSELLA HESS MARJORIE ANNE HOUSEHOLDER FLORENCE E. HORLACHER JACK C. L. HURLOW CHASE HUNTER, JR.. Page Twenty-two Ghaaacima JUANITA M. HURPS J c"' .- B. ULA JEAN HULL MAURICE EUGENE JACKSON RUTH LOUISE IZENBERG JULIUS KECK J H JEROME M. KALER W MARJORIE M. KING JAMES RICHARD 1: I ,,. 1 , ' f , 1--.9 I. , .1 y. -m .gf .ff 2: JOHN DEN SMORE LAHMON . -x ' li 'Q , 'ff- "'jf?,:C-Q 'J '- ' 1 LOU ANNE KOCH BETTY JANE LAWRENCE DUANE LAMBILLOTTE Page Twenty th: ee .Eemian KENNETH L. LAYMON ROBERT H. LEHMAN CLINTON C. LIPPMAN WILLIAM LEROY LITTLE ROBERT LITTLE MARJORIE ANN LOCKARD X MARGARET DOROTHY MARTIN MARTINA H. MAWER ' RUSSELL E. HALL GENE MCKENZIE 1 ,, Nm KX! U If X I. f , ,- f HELEN ARLENE MCVEY FRANCES E. MCPHERSON Page Twenty-four Ghamaieafi Xp- XX y. PATRICIA MEHL ' fd THOMAS ORSON MINTIER VIVIAN L. MORRISON IVAN MOS SHOLDER JANET MOSHOLDER VIRGINIA MOTHERALL vfq, ,h , ,,., Q-I N. -s - CHARLES B. NEHER RALPH S. NEIGHBARGER BETTY EILEEN PARGEON DORIS OAKES ,-A, I . 1 , , Q I ' Rx s- I 'r' X L, WM. GORDEN PARNELL TALITHA JEAN PINKLEY Page Twenty five QQ eacfin PI-IYLLIS JAYNE PORTER PAUL J. POLAND, JR. VIRGINIA ANNE PUGH , V C:-III. fi J., f J. PAUL PRYOR ',. , HAROLD R. PURDY ROBERT S. RANSOM FRED ROBINSON PHYLLIS ANN ROBB PAUL K. ROWE GENE GORDON ROUSE EMMA RUBINO IDA RUBINO Page Twenty-six Uhafmcieaa LUCILLE RYAN 1 A , L ' ,f JACK S. SCI-ILOSSER ,I ADA SCHNITZER A if ,. J ULDINE M. SCHORR MARION E. SCOTT MAXINE MARIE SHARP WILMA JEAN SHEFFER BARBARA EILEEN SHULTZ ROY JOHN SIDERS, JR. MAXINE M. SMALL DOYLE SMITH W. CHARLES SMITH Page Twenty-seven GEORGE NEIL STEINMETZ MARY ELLEN SOLES MELLIE G. STILLWELL, , :N C, u a E a W. 4. ', ,Q , .Q , ,, , h Q ., rf- fx 1. H ,A ,Vs A fu .-4' - , 1" J- EJ-,-.,-.. - , V..-9 , V-J Y , . KENNETH LEE STULL RICHARD DARWIN STULL MAXINE STULL DONALD W. TAYLOR LORENNE SWADENER MATHILDE TI-IEIBERT CLAIRE JEAN TEMPLE ROBERT TULLOSS IVIEREDITI-I FERN THOMAS Page . Twenty-eight Ghaaacleaa ELLEN TURNER PATRICIA ANN VERNON MARTHA WATSON ANNABELLE WALKER EILEEN WILLIAMS ,-F a jf . fl' "1 ' 'Lid' A, 4 -, , If ,"' 21735, L. CORNELIA J. WHEATON MARGARET KATHERINE WILLIAMS HARRY RICHARD WILSON 1 - V . Q I -- , , v , , V , . ' . ff' .' ". ' ,, F ,. I ,. ,V F, , , ROY E. WISEMAN HAROLD B. WOODWARD -x ORREL MARIE WORKMAN f wx ', 1 ' , R+ n 1 E s,YZJ,.5N',f'Npl1'l.,f 'lfiff "VL" Li! 'Ib'-"AJ BERNIECE EVELYN WRIGHT Page Twenty-nine L. D. CURRY NED COCHRAN BETTY CROUTHERS J ANICE FOGLE JOHN HARRIS ROY MCMILLEN HUBERT DON SHANNON CHARLES SNEDDEN HERBERT VERNON CLARENCE WIRICK Juice? of Glam of 194.2 Four years ago We entered Mount Vernon High School, Where We suffered the general abuse and humiliation from the upperclassmeng but now as Seniors we can look back with great pride on our accomplishments of the past four years. Our class was organized early in our Sophomore year, when We elected Mellie Stillwell as our president. In our Junior year Robert Ransom was our leader, While in our Senior year We chose Dick Kerin to handle our affairs. We have been prominent in the band, orchestra, choir, and operetta, Where our representatives have raised our school's attainment to a higher level. From our class has come the frame for our football and basketball teams, which have shown much progress, although they have not obtained any championships. In dramatics we have also shown great prominence. Our Junior play, "What a Life," which proved to be most successful, made the class famous. Our senior play, "The Land Is Bright," has likewise been successful. Some of our members have dropped by ihe Wayside, many of us have carried on in hope that some day We will reach the goal toward which we have been striving. Now in looking back on the past four years We see the good times We have had, and wish that We might be freshmen again. MARJORIE BLACKWELL PATTY MEI-IL 75? . Page 1 lnrly eau' af Quai? -ihaee OFFICERS President ...... Bill Lybarger Vice President . . Bill Frye Secretary . . . John Kilroy Treasurer . . John Doup Page Thirty-one Page Neil Albert Foster Antill Albert Arquilla Charles Baldwin Edith Baldwin Wilbur Bartlett Ernestine Beckholt Foy Belcher Edwin Bell Rae Bell Kathryn Bell Richard Belt Eleanor Benson Harriett Bergin Harold Bishop Kenneth Black Lucille Black William Blackford Dolores Blubaugh Paul Bobst Constance Bogardus Evelyn Bond Marilyn Bowers Walter Brooks Dick Brown Geraldine Brown Thirty-two JUNIORS Marilyn Brown James Burgess Betty Buskirk Betty Caldwell Merwin Calkins Russell Charlton Calvin Chase Laurabelle Chase James Chester Elizabeth Clark Ethel Clements Dwight Cochran Norma Cockrell Lillian Comstock John Conard Howard Coon Robert Cramer Ray Crane Mary Cunningham Cecil Curran Lawrence Curry Mildred Darnold Dale Davy Justine Devalon Kay Dorsey Edwin Dotson John Doup Robert Dowds Jacqueline Everett Weda Eubanks John Evvalt Dean Eyster Marjorie Fair Edward Fletcher Dorothy Frye William Frye Darwin Genre Dorothy Gilbert Margaret Goossens Betty Graham Mary Green Pauline Grossnickle Elmer Gullett Betty Hall Doris Harick Margery Harris Ruth Harris Virginia Heagren Jean Heighton Jack Hess June Hickerson Mabel Hiles Myrtle Hill Kathleen Hoovler Sara Houbler Duane Houck Mildred Houck Ruby Hubbell Robert Humphreys David Hunter William Hunter Shirley Irvine Emily Jackson Naomi Jacobs Robert Jones Marguerite Kahalecik Mary Kerin John Kilroy Ruth King Jack Kinnard Lucille Klein Charles LaFever Dick LaFever Leonard Levers Jack Lonzo Sheridan Lloyd William Lybarger Marjorie Lybarger Carol Lyle Margaret McCoy Eleanor McDevitt Norma McDonald Jane McFeely Chester McGee Fred McKenzie . James McLarnan Kathleen McMillan James Mentis Marcelle Miller JU N IORS fcontinuedl George Zidek Edna Mae Mills Alfreta Morey Patricia Mossholder Lucille Neighbarger Betty Newman Clarence Newton Pauline Overly Barbara Owen Jo Anne Owen William Parnell Charles Payne Marjorie Phillips Marilyn Pipes Jeanne Pratt Eugene Radabaugh Bill Ramsey Fred Reasoner Lolita Reichenbach Paul Rex Reta Rice Raymond Robb Emma Rubino Lloyd Russell Walter Sapp Tom Scarff Kint Scholl John Scottie Pearl Sellers Arthur Seavolt Virginia Seavolt Ruth Sharp Carroll Shipley William Shoemaker Mary Shrack Earl Siders .BQZINLE Wanneda Singer Coreta Small Mary Jane Smith Ruth Smith Enid Spake Rose Ada Speaks Dean Spearman Virginia Stark Ernest Starmer George Stull Phyllis Swadener Marguerite Taylor Margaret Taylor Maxine Taylor Lillian Temple Louise Theibert Carl Thomas Vernon Todd Martha Topp Miriam Trowbridge Joyce Turner Kathryn Ueltschy Eileen Vannatta Doris Vasbinder Jack Waddell William Waddell Philip Weider Annetta White Robert Whitehead George Wilkins Charles Williams William Wilson Darwin Winland Betty Wiseman Evelyn Wright William Wright Page Thirty three Page Tlzi'rty-four M Gi flaw-M OFFICERS President . . . ' . . Ray Sapp Vice President . . Mike Arquilla Treasurer . . . Willard Myers Secretary . . . . Ed Coe ,!. '11 R ri H 1 I I !. Guia of Qafljq- 'Z Norma Jean Ansel Arthur Ansil Forrest Antil Charles Armstrong Lee Arquilla Richard Arquilla Jean Auskings June Auskings Richard Bair Jacqueline Ballman Harold Balo Roselyn Banbury Barbara Barton Armand Baudine Dolores Bayliss Maxine Beeman Mary Benson Joanne Biefness Barton Blair Harold Blake John Bone Robert Bonnist Jean Bowsher Winfield Bricker Charles Bryan Betty Burger Bill Burgess Alma Burke Charles Campbell r' SOPHOMORES Floyd Carpenter Carmen Carter Jean Cassell Martha Clark Clarence Cline Anne Cochran Don Cochran Paul E. Cochran Jean Colwill Charles Comstock Stanley Condon Charles Coolidge Norma Cornell Harriet Cowen Mildred Crawford Helen Crouthers Naomi Curran William Daily Richard Davy I Jimmie Doughty Anna Jean Dunn Dorothy Durieux Jacqueline Everhart Jacques Everhart Margaret Ewart Martha Ewart Janet Fairchild Virginia Ferguson Marjorie Ferrell Shirley Fogle Wayne Franz William Fraser Kathleen Fravel Patricia Freshour Richard Frye Robert Frye Norma Jean Gamber Charles Gatton Catheryne Gentry Betty Gin Velma Jean Gilmore Harry Glover . Russell Graham Joan Gueulette Margilaine Hall Margaret Handley James Harrington Martha Jean Harris Rodney Harris Paul Hatton Robert I-Ieagren Barbara Heckler Adele Hedges Conard Hendrickson Mildred Hickerson Charles D. Hill Ruth Hissong Melvin Hoagland Page Thirty-five 1-Lgorr "g,a.,ef-5' .W 73 , Myra Hookway Carl Horlocker Maxine Houck Dorothy Huggins Bernadine Hughes Mary Hunter William Jacquet Helen Jennings Christine Johnson Lowayne Johnson Rene Joris Patty Judy Mary Kaler Schalmir Kepple Mary Kilroy Charles LaFever Valjean Lambillotte Robert Lantz Don Leonard Gerald Liggett Jack Loney Helen Longfellow Paul Lynde Betty Jane Mahone David Masteller Leslie McConnahie Mildred Mclntire George McKee Maxine McKinstry Willard Meier Maxine Melton Bill Mintier Phyllis Mitchell Rene Mondron Betty E. Monk Grace Motherall Mary Lou Moxley Phillip Norrick Eleanor Oakes Page Thirty-sim SOPHOMORES fContinuecD Mary A. O'Bryan Constance Payne Hilda Peiffer Sidney Perkins LaVerne Peterson Martha Petit Francis Pfouts Catherine Pharis Evelyn Pierce Barbara Pryor Shirley Puckett Mary Lou Pumphrey Beatrice Purdy Walter Purdy Eileen Radabaugh Thomas Reasoner Pauline Reed Kenneth Reeder Roy Robson Mary Rockwell Robert Ryan Grace Sapp Ray Sapp Fritz Schnitzer Violet Schnitzer Virginia Scholl Janet Seidel Leora Shannon Mabel Shannon Mary L. Sharp Stanley Sharp William Sherman Evelyn Shira Edward Shuff Phyllis Shultz Emma R. Simmons Janet Simpkins Frank Smith 1 Naomi Smith Norma Jean Smith Marjorie Snow Bob Stelts Frank Stout Marilyn Surlas Kenneth Tarr Thelma Tatro Ed Taylor Ruth Taylor Ethel Teeter Henry Tharp Carlotta Thiel Carolyn Thiel Mildred Tier Edward Totman Stanley Totman Robert Ulrich Kenneth VanAman John VanRiper Opaline Waddell Floyd Walker Harold Weir Charlene Welker Delores Wellander Patty Whitehead Tom Willis Bill Wilson Carol Wilson Robert R. Wilson Robert L. Wilson Elaine Wiseman Sarah Worley Ed Wright Helen Wright Jane Yauger Dorothy Zimmerma 11 ew of aw,-fm Meyers Ackerman Betty Lee Allen Robert W. Allspaugh Marian Ann Amicon Frances G. Antill Ralph A. Antill Adeline N. Armstrong Milton Auskings Beverly Barber Evelyn Barcus Martha Barker George Beckholt Robert Beckley Russell Beeman Robert Belt Marian Benoy George Berger Betty Bevington Roger Black Harry Blair John Blair Robert Blubaugh Edgar Bogardus Earl Bowers Warren Bresler Alma Brown Robert Brown George Bryans FRESHMEN Patricia Bunn Norma Jean Burger Betty Burgess Donald Burgess Joanne Burris Elaine Butler Richard Calvert Charles Cassell J ocie Chase Dick Cockerham Norma Jean Cochran Eddie Coe Robert Coe Charles Cole William Condon Roberta Connell James Cooksey Carroll Cosner Helen Cowen Charles Crawford J oan Culbertson James Curran Ilene Daily Roberta Davis Bruce Dawson Joyce Deem James Denuit Charles Dice Herbert Dietrich Beverly Dorsey Robert Doup Donald Drake Benjamin Dunn Donna Durbin Patty Dutt Betty Early ' Dorothy E. Eblin Norma J. Emery Roberta Emery Lowell Farmer Pauline Feasel Retha Fish Ida Fleming Beverly Fletcher Roger Fletcher Norland Frost Bernard Frye Lloyd Frye Opal Frye Richard Frye Dale Gardner Joyce Gates Hal George Gordon Gerrard Helen Giflin Gerald Grabiel Page Tim ty seven Marcella Graham William Gregory Bonnie Hardesty Jack Harding Gwendolyn Hartman Don Hatton Shirley Hauger Jimmy Hawkins Beverly Heighton LeRoy Herrington John Hiles Louis Hill Wayne Hillier Robert Hines Mildred L. I-Ioar Russell Hulse Wayne Huntsberry Kenneth Hurlow Louis Hurps Mary Ellen Jackson Oscar Jacquet William Jessup Elizabeth Jewell Alex Johnson Mary Ann Johnson Gwendolyn Jones Don Kemmer Mary Kearns Paul Keys Earl Kiercer Charles Knerr Thomas Koch Mark Lahmon Bernard Lanning Mary Lewis Neil Lonzo Doris Loriaux Jack Magill Glenn Martin Marjorie Masteller Raymond McDonald Page Thirty-eight FRESHMEN CContinu Betty McGibney William McGibney Alma McGugin Lavonne McGugin Jack McMahon Carolyn McMillan Claudie McNeil James McPeek Charles Miller Lloyd Morton Harold Mossholder Robert Mossholder Walter Mossholder Richard Nethers Dionne Newton Mary Lou Norris Duane Nugent Francis Ott Arthur Packard Carrie Parker Corrine Parker Richard Perkins Willard Peterson Esther Pharis Phyllis Poland Harold Porter Jean Porter Mary Purdy Harry Rine Annabelle Robertson Venona Robinson Shirley Rossi Allan Ross Dave Rubino Dwight Ryan Ernest Ryan Sterl Severns Barbara Shamansky Charles Shannon Celina Simmons Quentin Simmons li , Thelma Skeen Bettie Smith Dale Smith Herbert Smith Roger Spearman Frances Stachelhaus Patricia Stanford Elsie Stillwell Pauline Steinmetz Alice Storey Betty Styers Jack Taylor Jean Thayer Betty Thomas Clifford Thomas Robert Tier Kenneth Totman Jennie Tucker Harry Turner Martha Vernon Mary Waddell Richard Walton Carolyn Ward Mary Warman Richard Whetsel Beulah White Frances White Herbert J. Wilkinson Betty Williams Ed Williams Robert Williams Dorothy Willis Arlene Wilmotte Elsie Wilson Jessie Winterringer Robert Wolford Charlotte Wright Harry Wright Ruth Wright Laveta Yoakum Edman Zink Gwaj 402111,-we Helen Ackerman Carroll Allen Mary Ansel Stanley Antill Elaine Athanas Jack Auskings Dow Ayers Ross Bair Kenneth Baker Robert Baker Mary Barton Virginia Bascomb Ila Bates Helen Beck William Beckley William Bennett Joan Benoy Jean Bickel Janet Blackford Ronald Blake Lewis Blue Gregory Boddy Wayne Bowden Richard Bowsher Martha Breech Owen Breneman Milton Brooks Zella Brooks EIGHTH GRADE John Bumer William Bumpus Richard Bunn Robert Butcher Marvin Buxton Richard Buxton Arlene Byall George Clark LaVerna Clements Janet Cochran John Collins Leota Conkle Robert Corbin Marie Courson Frances Dawson William Deedrick Gillis Denoon Joan Doup Shirley Dunham Eline Durieux Mary Early Dorothy Eberhardt Norma Eberhardt Thomas Edgar Joyce Edmister Frances Emery Hannelore Erlanger Dolores Fawcett Kathryn Ferguson Oneida Fisher Nova Fogle Betty Frye Earl Frye Bill Furniss Evelyn Gardner Thomas Gardner Paul Gilfillan Kathleen Gosnell Clifford Graham Donna Haaland Jeannine Hagan Richard Hannan Helen Harding Ellis Hauger Cherie Heighton Joyce Hennell Carolyn Hess William I-Iickerson Robert Hines George Hinger Katharine Hoag Bobby Hodge Jack Hopwood Arlene Hottinger Elinor Houck Bill Houle Page Tim-ty nme Evelyn Hunter Freida Hunter Mary Hutchinson J ohhggacquet James Jenkins Olga Jessup Charles Johnson Janis Johnson Robert Keyes Audrey King Kathryn Klein Donald LaFever Lindy Lanning Patty Lawrence Esther Little Eugene Loney Mark Longfellow Elizabeth Loveridge Rupert Loyd Nick Madias George Magill Margaret Mapes Jack Mendenhall Robert Morey Mary Lou Morris Darwin Mossholder Kathryn Mossholder Leona Mossholder Rbzella Mossholder 'Henry Motherall Page Forty EIGHTI-I GRADE Billy McGough Virginia McGough Hazel Mclntire Charles McLarnan Louisa McPherson Willard McPherson Richard Neighbarger Jo Anne Nelson Ada Newton Edward Newton Marilyn Nugent Bernard Owen Dean Owen Vera Payne Joy Phillips William Pierce Ronald Poland Mary Joan Porter William Porter - Ruth Proper Philip Ransom William Raymond Robert Reasoner Joyce Rhoades Gordon Rine Suzanne Rian Arthur Sapp Lois Schnitzer Robert Scott Willis Scott CContinu3dj Beatrice Seavolt Ann Sharp Peggy Sharp Virginia Sharp Donna Slayman Norma Small Donald Smith Pauline Smith Robert Smith Alice Spearman Sarah Stillwell Carroll Stout Dorothea Thomas George Thomas Perry Trinkner Mildred Tucker Mary Jane Vail Norma Vance William Vandevelde Betty Jane VanRiper John Vasbinder Maxine Wagner David Waters Norma Weider Richard Weir Dean White Mary Willis Charles Wilson Dorothy Wilson Betty Wright Gad! of and -deaen Dean Balo Elizabeth Barker Charles Barncord Marjorie Barton Martha Bates Reta Beckholt Anna Bell James Bergin Robert Bickel Russell Bishop Bob Biefnes Peter Bogardus William Borden B. Eugene Bowers Charles Bricker Catherine Briggs Violet Brown Joyce Brown John Bumpus Betty Burke Jess Butler Charles Byrd Peggy ,Calkins Barbara Carson Norma Carton Ellen Chambers Ruth Chambers Anne Clark Donna Clippinger SEVENTH GRADE Marguerite Collins Irene Cooper Phyllis Corne Lola Criss John Crouse Edward Crouthers Winslow Curry Norma Daily Janet Dancy Carroll Darnold Sue Dietrich Norma Downing Juanita Droper Roger Dunham Herman Dunn Louise Dutt Lawrence Evers Dwight Fawcett Bennett Feldmiller Fred Ferguson Wilmer Fish Bonnie Fisher Shirley Fisher William Frary Virginia Fravel Oren Freshour Howard Frye Ina Frye Kathleen Frye Donald Gallogly Helen Gantt Roberta Gardner Derle Gates Nada Gates Joan Gaumer Maurice Gilbert Josephine Gilmore Miriam Goodwin Harriett Graham Claude Green Joe Grubb Jim Handley Dick Haire Viola Hanna Richard Hare Benjamin Harris Paul Hartzler Gabrielle Hayes Violet Haynes Ralph Hedges Merlyn Hess Robert Hill Carmen Hinger Edward Hoagland Harold Hoagland James Hoffman Robert Hopkins Harold Houck Page Forty-one Reva Hubbell Jeannine Hughes Ina Hull June Hulse Louise Hurps Charlene Jacobs Richard James Annabelle Jessup Doris Jones Harry Jones Junior Jones Gus Katris Jerry Kearns Cameron Keck Marilyn Kile Duane Kinnard Robert Kinnard Charles Knox Paul Kreps Clarence Lahmon Mabel Lambillotte Norma Laymon Jerry Legros Dale Lewis Thomas Lewis Frederic Lipprnan Elwin Lively Charles Loney Phyllis Lonzo John Lynde Erina Madias Maria Madias John Mauler John Mawer Mary Miller Richard Miller ' Ralph Mills William Moore Page Forty -two SEVENTH GRADE Ruth Morey Kenneth Morrison Robert McDevitt Betty McDonald Loraine McDonald Joan McFeely James McGee Betty McKee Lucille McKenzie Herbert McKinstry Jean McLarnan Don McMillan Paul McMillan Samuel McMillan Virginia McMillan Jack McNeil Jacqueline Nelson John Nugent Elizabeth Parker Florabelle Parker Robert Phillippi James Poland Albert Punches Bob Ransom Charles Ransom Lowell Reeder Wauneeta Rice Vora Rine Vaughn Robertson Hollie Robinson Francis Rowe Phillip Rummel David Sapp J ack Scott Rowena Scott Sophia Sholts Wendell Skeen Leroy Smith '-:ll I L i 1 fContinuecD Wilma Smith James Snow Adam Sorg Donna Spearman Betty Starmer Nancy Stillwell Dwight Stofer Charmaine Styers Jean Styers Lewayne Swingley Gerald Tharp Annabel Thomas Louise Thomas Barbara Tier Bill Todd Philip Tresse David Underhill Bradley Upharn Irma Vandevelde Darrell Vorhees George Waddell Norma Waddell Billy Wagner Jean Wagner Norma Walters Grace Walton Jean Watson Gene Wilkes Richard Welker Richard Wellander Michael White Lee Whiteman Brad Williams Rowena Wilson Jack Wintermute Richard Wonders Donald Yauger Donald Young eg- , 33 4 Pi-.'?-if vfwlipg ifjvii-ig . ,SS ffw, g gr 1,535 fm f +3-f N- 5- igiis gggw sg.-Q 'E-5plfgQi,s?s3.Q.Sf2f2: Ffa.-i2f rg 'Q 'bf -f.,a',.fiff -- .rfi-2.4.-'if-A '-q?'l,QQg-,if fi' U 91,59-FM,---3 qv?-, 1 A . 5Sv,4,:y,i,l51Ih:1,r'.i -gf'-T,':Q.EQ:.. 5, ,xjfQ,Q-ff? f, .f,agd .ii zsflgy lEifbLf5g'f4,,'J'f -H., 'L 1 : . 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" . gal ? 9- ik -1 'QQ A- . 14- " ':, 'iq . H.. ',- ' s -. :gf , L ..?v.'5 - -. A 'gy HY .-QSZIA.: .-. .grit-. . fitsgffizf- ' 1 1, - ,Z.'-l'-:fl - if 4' . ,:-lr, r . H-5.-H "mf-e' ' Si ff-'iz 'ifgq-1?- .QQ :I ' Sfufml eouncllf OFFICERS President .......,..... .... G eorge Culbertson Vice-President ......., ,.......... K enneth Stull Secretary .......... ........ M ary Kaler Treasurer ...... ....,, M arjorie King .gli qgfam r . P S Page Forty-four y gamer 5145 1. Editor Lehman looks over material for the next paper. . . 2. Business Manager Taylor checking the rnonth's expenditures. . . 3. Asst. Editor Dotson prepares ma- terial for the printers. . . 4. Virginia Motherall looking over her subscription files. . . 5. George Culbertson "proofing" his sports column. Page Forty-five .A "'w-. v ' .ew ,-.. , 1. Mellie talks to Beverly and Ula about their ads. . . 2. McPherson and Card mailing out papers. . .3. "Jacket Journal" staff reading the first edition. . . 4. Betty, Tom, and Pat compare gossip notes. . . 5. Ellen Turner and Chuck Neher writing to "Suza- bel1a.". . . 6. Mary Kaler getting Miss Curran's office news. Page Forty-sim W .v L55 'fi me ff -1 -ii., 11. nfyzaieuzing Gefeiaillied. 1. Louis Lytton talks to paper editor, Bob Lehman. . . 2. Miss Bampton signs her autograph for Grace Motherall. . . 3. Lou Anne Koch and Marge King interview Rose Bampton. . .4. Mrs. Rose mends a puppet. . . 5. L. to R.-Rufus Rose, Fred Reasoner, Beverly Cochran, and Ginger Stark. Page Forty-sefvwz Baum fiffafaaa Ewa! Head Drum Major - Jacqueline Everhart. Assistants - Kathleen Crider, Opaline Wad- dell, Emily Jackson, Mildred Darnold, Joyce Edminster, Harry Glo- ver, and Violet Schnit- zer. Page Forty-eight BAND AND ORCHESTRA DIRECTED BY GENE TAYLOR 14 2114. Virginia Scholl and Helen McVey, ac- companists for the orchestra T Y ,gl- 1 Page Forty-m11Le Swim Gam jawn QAM Until February 4, Mr. Edgar Wasilieff directed the Senior Choir, Junior Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee Club, and Treble Clef. On February 4, Mr. Wasilieff was called to the colors and he is now in the army. Mr. Gene Taylor has taken over the direction of the Senior Choir and Boys' Glee Club, and Mrs. Helen Haynes, our new music teacher, directs the Junior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, and Treble Clef. P7 Qidfd' Q e Glad Page Fifty-one '7aeJJe Glef Sinqead Accompawhst, Christine Johnson L. to R.-Lou Anne Koch, Marjorie King, Sara Carson, Marilyn Bowers, and Marjorie Ferrel. L. to R.-Marjorie Lockard, Maxine Taylor, Lucille Ryan, Kathryn Ann Bell, and Meredith Thomas. Little does one realize the amount of work involved in being a Treble Clef singer! The girls make at least two appearances every Week and some- times Inore. They are greatly in demand to sing at lodge and P.T.A. meet- ings, at school and church functions, do radio Work, and give programs in other cities. Page Fifty-two L. to R.-Wilber Bartlett, Charles Bryan. Bob Blackford, Paul Rowe, Richard Belt, and Ed. Williams. L. to R.-Frank Stout, George Stull, Harold Weir, Earl Kierce, and Bill Ramsey. Enya' Glee GM I 1 Page Fifty-three efvzidlmcu 1. Careful, Cubby! . . . 2. D r 0 p something, Pat? . . . 3. Billy Wil- son plays "Intern1ezzo" ... 4. Baldy plays Santa at the "Santa Sway" . . . 5. Santa Schlosser - whisxers and all. . . 6. Merry Christmas! . . . 7. Swinging at the "Sway.". . . 8. Suckers to home room 101. 'l , 5'-la WW 1. The combined choirs join in singing Christ- mas carols. . . 2. The Girls' Glee Club gives Z1 few selections... 3. The Treble Clef sing- ers are at it again. . . 4. "Smi1es!" . . . 5. The Junior Choir gives- QT' :"i9 SLA . Llf1ElEfZ.!,2fW,.,, , ,...1, 7aac!z Glad OFFICERS Pres. A.... .,..... E d. Tayl0r Vice Pres...Barton Blair Se-,c'y A... .....,.... .I ohn Bone Treas. ...... Jim Doughty Page Fifty-six 4 - all' OFFICERS Pres. ...... H. Woodward Vice Pres ,.... Don Taylor Sec'y ...... Charles Smith Treas ..... Gerald Walker 3? nl Rumaea Urmv 1. Follow the gleam-G. R. induction service. . . 2. G. R. luncheon. . . 3. We don't want to set the world on ire-merely G. R. induction. . . 4. G. R.'s feed the Mothers' Council. . . 5. What's my name? . . . 6. G. R. Cabinet-President, Patsy Coile, Vice President, Virginia Motherall, Secretary, Jane McFee1y, Treasurer, Claire Templeg committee chairman, Beverly Cochran, Mellie Stillvveil, Phyllis Ann Robb, Jeanne Pratt, Joyce Turner, Meredith Thomas, Barbara Shamansky, Jane Yauger, Ruth Harris, Ellen Turner, and Lou Anne Koch. . . 7. The freshmen entertain. . . 8. Miss Domi- gan, guest speaker. . . 9. G. Rfs eat again. Page Fifty-seven Q. fe. vw 1. Next? Kay Fravel pours. . . 2. Lou Anne K o c h serves hostess, Mrs, Sharnansky. . . 3. Roslyn Banbury gives a number .... 4. Miss Michael and Mrs.Mitch- ell have a tete a. tete. . . . 5. Careful, Mellie! ... 6. Wha.t's the matter, Sally, business slow? Page Fifty-eight '11 fbafzafzlmenl' al' Weak 1. Critics discuss deco- rated tiles. . . 2. Bar- bara Owen paints thuse sign. . . 3. Carol Lyle at work on sign. . . 4. Eflieanor McDevitt "Fights" . . 5. Jim McPeek applies his ar- tistic ability. . . 6. Girls of 7th and Sth grades working on puppets. Page Fifty-nine l Nalin' Nfzauncl Me 14 Ream fg M ..1g..4,,, 1, 1. Oh, how artistic! . . . 2. "Pope" Robb and Jean Pinkley. . . 3. See? . . . 4. Patty Freshour. . , 5. Drums for Mt. Vernon High! . . . 6. Bill Jessup. . . 7. Am- bitious Rissen an' Russ. . . 8. Any wares today? Page Sixty 1. The noon shift. . . 2. The Owl Club convenes. . . 3. Naomi Curran and Margaret Taylor perform their duties. . . 4. At the charging desk. . . 5. Barbara Heckler. Tom Mintier, Charles Coolidge, and Rodney Harris inspect Book Week display. . . 6. Inspecting new books on display. . . 7. Replacing the books on the shelves. Page Sixty-one lwcacfunuli The vocational machine course was started in 1929 for the benefit of those boys who were interested in learning a trade. Since that time, approximately seventy boys have finished the course and have jobs. The trade work is done in cooperation with the Cooper-Bess- emer plant. Funds from the state pay half the teachers' salaries, and the other half is paid by the local board of education. Cooper's fur- nish the shop and most of the ma- terials. Boys interested in this course must take math and industrial arts in their freshman and sophomore years of high school. During the spring of their sophomore year, they take a mechanical aptitude test, and those placing high are assigned to the day trade school for most of their work the last two years. In the junior year, the boys must take. a year of vocational English, and in their senior year, they take American history and American problems. When they work at the shop, they do shop work for three hours a day, and spend two hours on re- lated subjects. This vocational c o u r s e h a s proved beneficial to many of the boys, and they find that they usu- ally have a good paying job soon after they graduate from high school. 1. Cranmer, LaFever, Pfouts, and Houck. . . 2. Payne, Robb, Siders, and Coon. . . 3. Jacquet, Williams, and Shoemaker. . . 4. Bickel, Keck, Vernon, and Mossholder. . . 5. Hunter, Seavolt, Brown, and Brooks. Page Sixty-two Home fV ' in Nafian mu . .mu mmmlw milf. 1. Ada. Schnitzer, Norma Cockrell, Mrs. Miller, Florence Horlacher, and Marjorie Charl- ton watch Annetta White give the "baby" a bath. . . 2. Violet Hayes practices bed- making. . . 3. Justine Devalon gives Mary Cunningham a bed bath. . . 4. Naomi Jacobs takes Berniece Wright's pulse and temperature. . . 5. Lillian Comstock ties a. sling on Virginia Heagren. . . 6. Mary Cunningham demonstrates communicable dis- ease technique. Page Sixty-three 1. End View at F.F.A. and F.H.A. Banquet. . . 2. Bill Lybarger speaks. . . 3. Bull session. . . 4. William Stuart, Vocational Agriculture Instructor. . . 5. The under- classmen in Ag. Dept. . . 6. Rowe shovels away at banquet. . . 7. Why, Breezy! Are those books? . . . 8. Senior Ag. boys. . . 9. Slim and an empty lunch pail. . . 10. Music, maestro, please. . . 11. We eat again. . . 12. Who is she, Chase? Qufme Qmmm a Hmeaica, Page Sixty-four a .u ' 'la e 1' 1 ' e'.x"' oh: 'a 3 F F f -f. Q avi." - -n hc? -NX Pa, 4, lc fo -D 0,:' ,Q Q Q! w X9 '7 ff' P 6 'di 'ur , . lluliixfdlu. f Mowd 'Ueanan Jliqfz Safran! presents HK ' cf " on .facfq A Melodrama by Edward Chodorov Adapted from a story by Hugh Walpole Tuesday Evening, October 21, 1941 Characters Servant ...,....,.. Mr. Foster ......... Mary Herries ...,... ,,.,,, Thomas Scarff .Harold Woodward .Virginia Motherall Lucy WeStOn ......... ........ L ou Anne Koch Rose ................,......... ,.,, Phyllis Glenning ......... Peter Santard ...,..... Henry Abbott ...... Ada .................... Doctor .....,.....,..,. Kathleen Fravel --.-,--.----Ruth Harris .,.-...Donald Taylor .-.-...Gera1d Walker ...-,.-Jean Pinkley ---.-..--..Barton Blair Mr. Edwards ........ ......... R obert Lehman Mrs. Edwards ....... Aggie Edwards ,...,.. Gustav Rosenberg ...... ......,...................,............. Production S tajff Director ................ ..........,...,...............................,... .,.--..-.Jane McFeely .......El1en Turner .....-,-.Jerry Kaler .,.,,..Ruth Domigan Stage Manager ....... ,......................................................... J ohn Cooksey Stage Crew ......... ........ J arnes Doughty, Edward Taylor, John Bone, Edwin Coe, George Stull Electricians ,.................... .......,....................... R obert Tulloss, Robert Day Property Committee ........ ........,... M ellie Stillwell, Phyllis Ann Robb, Justine Devalon, Norma Jean Cockerell Tickets ...,....... ..............................,............... M yron Prech Head Usher ........ ....... M ary Ann Hunter Page Sixty-five "fini T .. W - W 1. The "Kind La.dy"we1comes Henry Abbott. . . 2. "She's quite all right." . . 3. Lucy Weston checks Christmas list. . . 4. Our hero! . . . 5. Scarff Butlers. . . 6. The Edwards enter. Page Sixty-six acl 5 fad., i A 1. Curtain going up! . . . 2. Uh! Stage crew at Work. . . 3. The brute. . . 4. Peter and Phyllis, alias Don and Ruth, enter. . . 5. Electricians Day and Tulloss at work. . . 6. My card. Page Sixty-seven Page Sixty "We Ja!! 7fzaLe '7au,Z!14" A Musical Play prepared especially for American Education Week, 1941 Story and Lyrics by JEAN M. BYERSQ Music by AVICE SAINT rf S T The Speakers of The Prologue .............. K V, ie Stillwell, Beverly Cochran, Claire Temple Joey Manning ----------------------------------------- . .......................................,............ Oren Freshour Grandpa Manning ...... ................. ........ . . ....,...........,..........., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W a lter Sapp TO!nIny Manning ....,. ........ 9 .,...........,......,,..... ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, F red Reasoner Mrs. Manning ..,........ .......... 2 .1 ...... , ' ................................ Ruth Eleanor Hissong Barbara Manning ....... ............ g1vWl0lq0,,7-.I ..., X-, ............ ...,.......,A,,,A L eora, Shannon Mr. Manning ......... ............... fq 4 l. , ......... ........ T homas Scarff Miss BeI1S0n ....... ................... 254 wr W .,.,.......,,,.. ..,.,,, J anet Simpkins Jimmy KI-Iunter ............,.. ......,........,,,,... .. ...........,,,..........,.,,,....,,,,,..,,,,.,,,, Barton Blair Students of the Chorus: Margery Harris, Lou Anne Koch, Marjorie Lockard, Barbara Barton, Maxine Beeman, Maxine Melton, Dorothy Zimmerman, Mary Louise Sharp, Roselyn Banbury, Helen Crouthers, Betty Crouthers, Margilaine Hall, Marilyn Surlas, Mary Jane Kilroy, Caro- lyn Thiel, Sally Worley, Marjorie Ferrell, Carlotta Anne Thiel, Schalrnir Kepple, Cath- erine Pharis, Marjorie King, Emma Rubino, Lucille Ryan, Marjorie Phillips, Martha Watson, Rae Bell, Naomi Curran, Elizabeth Clark, Alma Burke, Virginia Stark, Sara Carson, Marilyn Bowers, Mildred Mclntire, Jo Anne Owen, Christine Johnson, Kay Bell, Meredith Thomas, Maxine Taylor, Dorothy Durieux, Anne Cochran, Margaret Taylor, Ann Wyatt, Jacqueline Everhart, Myra Hookway, Janet Seidel, Juanita Hurps, Marjorie Householder, Tom Mintier, Harold Weir, Frank Stout, Arthur Ansel, Wilbur Bartlett, Charles Bryan, Edward Williams, George Stull, Kathryn Ann Fletcher, Val- jean Larnbillotte, Mildred Tier, Chester McGee. The Orchestra: Violins-Billy Wilson, Jacqueline Everhart, Marjorie Masteller, Frances White, Patty Vernon, Helen Wright, Mary Ann O'Bryan, Phyllis Mitchell, John Gordon Bone, William Frazier, Bill Ramsey, Earl Kierce, Emily Jackson, Edwin Dotson, Margaret Ewart. Olarinets-Charles Smith, Kathleen Fravel, Betty Ellen Monk, Phyllis Swadener. Alto Saxophone-Martha Topp, Eileen Vanatta, Rene Mondron, John Cooksey. Cello-Kathleen McMillang Trumpets-Paul Pryor, Roy Robson, Charles Card, Trom- bones-Ray Crane, Pauline Reed. Flute-Pauline Overly. Oboe-Shirley Irvine. Bass-Sheridan Loyd. French Horu- Arthur Cassell. -eight "7Ue Jfofcf '7fzoie 74Jlj!14u 1. Grandpa Walter speaking. . . 2. God Bless America. . . 3. Grandpa Walter is giving sound f'?J advice. . . 4. Buy Defense Stamps! . . . 5. Look out, here comes the punch. . . 6. Oren's Sunday morning job. Page Sixty-nine N wg new fx 2 'N ' L Mit ? f ' vzlzfktf A, wdmelau of MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL presents ll U Mite MGC! A Comedy in three acts by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements Alumni Auditorium, Friday Evening, March 27, 1942 Penny Wood ...,.. Chuck Harris .i.... Mrs. Wood ,,........... Elmer Tuttle ,..,... Dr. Wood ......... Effie ........................ Milly Lou ............... , .... G. Mervyn Roberts Roger Van Vleck . Mr. Harris ........,........,... Shirley Wentworth Ralph Wentworth ..fff"" Julie Harris ............. Director ................. CAST Production S ta ,ff Stage Manager ............................. ............................................... Ruth Harris Walter Sapp Pauline Overly Paul Bobst Kent Scholl Betty Wiseman - Shirley Irvine Fred Reasoner Thomas Scarff Sheridan Loyd Barbara Owens William Wilson Jane McFeely Ruth Domigan George Stull Stage Crew -,A,,,,4,,,,,.,, John Kilroy, John Doup, James Chester, John Ewalt Electricians ,,....,,.,.................. Edwin Dotson, Charles LaFever, Ray Crane Property Committee ,,,,,-,...., Norma Jean Cockrell, Carol Lyle, Justine De- valon, Lucille Klein, Eleanor McDevitt, Mary Elaine Green Tickets ,,M.,,..,,,,,,,.,,,. Mary Dowds, Mary Cunningham, Constance Bogardus Head Usher ,,.,,,,,,.....,.,,,,...........,......... .................... , . .................. Virginia Stark Page Seventy " une flffacfu 1. Flying too low. . . 2. Knit wits. . . 3, "Love's Labour in . . . 4. "Much Ado About Nothing" . . . 5. Dos a. Dos. . . 6. Too noisy for Dr. Wood. Page Seventy-one ll une Main I I I I I I I U! IW, ' - II W Q' f' I li. 4 I , In lk 2 -x . II Ii gif, 'N - ' I1 ,I 1. Who hit the stage manager? . . . 2. Stilly and Mort. . . 3. Jr. Electricians? . . 4. Elmer. . . 5. Soup's on. . . 6. Waitin' for someone? . . 7. Ummmrnrn! . . 8. Yes, pop Page Seventy-two 7194 Swim Glen Q! X I W '7 ff 'C .J L, f l 5.051 WQSRK-rj, -31--ilu-.. , MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL presents "'7!w .Zami 94 Buqhzw' A play in three acts by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman ALUMNI AUDITORIUM - FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1942 C A S T Blake ........,.......... .............,... .................... N e d Boddy Matt Carlock ..... ....... G eorge Culbertson Jesse Andrews .,... ....... L awrence Curry Ollie Pritchard ........ ...... J ack Schlosser Lacey Kincaid ....... ........ R ichard Kerin Tana Kincaid ............ ......... L ou Anne Koch Deborah Hawks ....... ....... ......,..... B e tty Lawrence Ellen Kincaid ......................,. ........ M arjorie Lockard Letty Hollister ......................... - Meredith Thomas Count Waldemar Czarniko ,... ........... Jerry Kaler Grant Kincaid .......................... ..... R obert Lehman Flora Delafield ..................... ........ P atty Vernon Dan Frawley ...... ......... T homas Mintier Miss Perk .,..... ...... M arjorie Blackwell Dorset ..e.............. ................. S ara Carson Anne Shadd ...... ...... V irginia Motherall Clare Caron .......... ...... M ellie Stillwell Linda Kincaid .......... .......... E llen Turner Wayne Kinkaid ....... ....... G erald Walker Chauffeur .............. ........ T homas Mintier Maid ,,,,..,,.,.,.,.,....... .....,., P hyllis Ann Robb Jerry Hudson .............. ........ H arold Woodward Theodore Kincaid ....... .....,,.,... N ed Boddy Joe Tonetti .....,........ ....... J ohn Cooksey Greta ....................., ........... E mma Rubino Bennett ............,......., ....... Timothy Kincaid Elizabeth Balo George R. Bouton Ellen Hudson ........... Lacey Kincaid II ,.................... Bart H11l1ard ,,.,..................... ....... Count Waldemar Czarniko II Patsy C0116 Richard Kerin Charles Smith Ned Boddy Page Seventy three n'7fLe .fancf 1. "May I take the tea things, madam?" . . . 2. The Kincaid Clan. . . 3. "You're not trying' to double cross me, are you ?" . . . 4. Bang! . . . 5. Grant and Flora. Page Seventy-four I4 RWM" 1. "Howdy, boys" . . . 2. Deadeye Domigan. . . 3. "Oh, look at this one!" . . . 4. "Hi there, Shaddf' . . . 5. Over here, fellows. . . 6. Dressing room mix-up. We regret that all members of the cast are not pictured here, but because of a fault in the film on which they were taken, those pictures were no good, and because of the late date of the play, it was impossible to retake them. Page Seventy-five fbaamazfic GMA ,' .mf ,' U 14-bi ' 5'f 3-Es? 1. Ah! Clark Gable. . . 2. How about some tax stamps? . . . 3. Such concentra- tion! . . . 4. I kiss your hand, Madam. . . 5, Oh! for a secretary like that! . . . 6. Hmmmmmm, wha.t's this? Page Seventy-six ix . o 5, e"" i? 8- . l I 3 -. A 1 W .6 A l We Za' fqgain 1. The bread line. . . 2. Is it good? . . . 3. Poise for Miss Domigan Cavoirdupoisj . . . 4. Hey, how did this get in here? . . . 5. Everybody h9'PPY? Page Seventy-seven Mi M4 Adwdia 1. Alumnus Fred Coe gives a meat demonstration. . . 2. Oh! More money for the sen- iors. . . 3. Was the program good? . . 4. "And now put the numbers you hear in the third column" . . . 5. More hearing tests. . . 6. Miss Cannon will soon know what her class has learned. . . 7. How's your hearing? Page Seventy-eight T -- .. ,-, '- - A vf' ' .7 gig I i g9,.z: .rg -w,'2,yp -g,g',.a-f-wg-.f' ' 'A 'm Q. f gg " PSV .'3'f1:r.'.:1I,9f?-1f'm1l- -' X, ' :' - , ,-f- Vx? --'og' A-if 1 'M rf .V V MM!-.V 'J' ' . .Q . - -ffm'--. Q "-.W ' i - "ge '." 'A RU 1 -1' ',,r'r. ,' .-M., P' ., A-hir. -um -. xR9F3K7'3i.w'. :.,Q'l',I,' -an -F' J. ' L." gy.-M y. w 565:-. v. - - ' ' V-QVm:"-uD,3 - 9- MS' 1- vw .. rf' M. '-'VSIQQQ' 71-V.-. . f-14 ' . ' g-6 '-'e-int -7'4.iNfp,':-.I,I:?iI,"Io-1"v'15a' R- HI 3,1 V... Ix H- 'Q ". ' .I I I - V+ ". I. I- - fi, 'QI ',7fV1I3I. Q1q..v....??fE"f'6 2rf.15?.V'yEQT, .lf"'f- - . 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Gundam This was Mr. Thomas' third sea- son as football coach at Mt. Vernon High. Mr. Thomas, who is known as "Tommy," was graduated from Utah State College. Before coming to Mt. Vernon, he had coached at Metamora, Barnes- ville, and Newton Falls. "Tommy," with the help of Mr. Wartiainen, produced a line team this year. He will lose eleven seniors, but he has a fine crop of men coming up. .gli Q Weil 5 S JOHN FLOYD THOMAS This was Wr. Wartiainen's iirst year here as assistant football coach. Lauri, as he is known to everyone, was grad- uated from Denison University. Before coming to Mt. Vernon, he was coach at Denison Uni- versity and then moved to Baltic High. He came to Mt. Vernon this year as line coach and helped Mr. Thomas tremendously. We are looking for a fine line next year. LAURI WARTIAINEN Page Eighty X? Left to Right-George Wilkens and Paul Bobst Back row, left to right--M. Kaler, T. Min- tier, H. Turner, J. Blackford. Front row- P. Mitchell, J. Thayer. Page Eighty-one Left to right, first row-D. Lambillotte, B. Lybarger, J. Gatton, G. Rouse, J. Mentis, R. Black fdR.R R.K' J.Sh1 B.-W' . ' or , ansorn, er1n, c osser, rlght, J Harrls. Second 'row-Coach J. F. Thomas, F. Robinson, K. Stull, C. Williams, J. Kilroy, L. Russell D Smith, E. Wright, Coach L. Wartiainen, Mgrs. P. Rex, R. Dowds. Wdlldflzy aaa-Mall 7ea.m --A Aff -T fl CAPT. G. CULBERTSON Page Eighty-two Vernon Vernon Vernon Mt. Vernon . Vernon Mt. Vernon . Vernon . Vernon . Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon . Vernon . Vernon Mt. Vernon Scafwl VARSITY 19 ................ St. Marys 0 6 ....... ....... B exley 7 0 ....... ....... M arion 0 19 ....... ........ M adison 0 6 ..... .... Coshocton 13 34 ....... ..... G alion 6 13 .... ...... S helby 6 2 ....... ..... A shland 13 46 ....... ..... B ucyrus 7 27 .................... Alumni 0 RESERVES 26 ................., Ashland 0 13 ........,............. Butler 6 12 .................. Danville 7 0 ........ Fredericktown 20 First row, left to 'right-C. Thomas, D. Houck, R. Sapp, K. Van Aman, J Doup, V. Todd, J. Kinard, B. Frye, C. Cosner, W. Brooks. Second row-Coach M. Prech, D. Cochran, C. Campbell, K. Reeder, F. Smith, D. Leonard, E. Starmer, M. Arquilla, Coach A. J. Robeson. Third rowMA. Seavolt, C. Baldwin, W. Franz, H. Glover, D. Nugent, R. Fletcher, J. Ewalt, Mgr. B. Sherman, seated. R 7am aqigfz 7ea.m Front row, left to 'right-R. A. Johnson, J. Taylor, G. Thomas, C. Johnson, J. McMahon, R. Blake, B. Blubaugh, B. Hedges. Second row, left to right-Coach J. Speelman, H. Bowsher, G Berce, W. Scott, H. Porter, D. Hill, B, Coe, D. Mossholder Assistant Coach R. Murphy. Back row, left to right-C. Dice, O. Brenemen, B. Deedrick, R Morey, J. Kinnard. Page Eiglnty-thxrec 'Zlaaadfqf WGEORGE CULBERTSON- Senior . . . two varsity letters . . . Captain . . . All N.C.O. GENE ROUSE - Senior . . . Back . . . three varsity letters. WJOHN HARRIS - Senior . . . Tackle . . . two varsity letters. JIM GATTON - Senior . . . Tackle . . . Two varsity letters. WBOB BLACKFORD - Senior . . . Tackle . . . three varsity letters. JACK SCHLOSSER-Senior . . . Guard . . . three varsity letters . . . Honorable mention N.C.O. 'QKEN STULL-Senior . . . Guard . . . two varsity letters . . . Honorable mention N.C.O. .DICK KERIN- Senior . . . Back . . . two varsity letters . . . Honorable mention N.C.O. L. D. CURRY - Senior . . . Guard . . . two varsity letters. "PETE" RANSOM - Senior . . . End . . two varsity letters . . . All N.C.O. BILL WRIGHT- Junior . . . Back . . . two varsity letters . . . Honorable mention N.C.O. ED WRIGHT- Junior . . . Back . . . two varsity letters . . . Second team N.C.O. JIM MENTIS-Junior . . . End . . . one varsity letter . . . Honorable mention N.C.O. BILL LYBARGER- Junior . . . Center . . . two varsity letters. FRED ROBINSON- Senior . . . Tackle . . . one varsity letter. DUANE LAMBILLOTTE - Senior . . . End . . . one varsity letter. 'FNational Athletic Scholarship Society. .flu qiiii fzi S S Page Eighty-four fn 1. Shelby game. . . 2. Claire about to throw touchdown pass. . . 3. Queen presents football to Capt. George Culbertson. . . 4. Football Queen, Claire Temple. . . 5. Queen's Attendants, left to right, Louise Theibert, Evelyn Wright, Betty Graham. . . 6. Queen's Attendants. . . 7. Queen, cheerleaders, and Senior football members. Page Eighty-five .1 ww ,L .Jv- x,, .. .' 49 , fi, Y ggi K, N A 5 'vw W 'uw 5 , 6 vu .M -. im w ,H 1 ku Mu 4 Sflggr H T i if . vw u 3 1 me ,ua Q " ' rsvp Hmm V 4, his fr W- N 0 af1.wff,8uJ4 1. Mike Arquilla. . . 2. Dale Cosner. . . 3. Walter Dickinson. . . 4. Willis Brown . . . 5. Charles Williams. . . 6. John Kilroy. . . 7. Ed Totman. Page Eiglnty-eight Wanda!! Qeaea L, 1. Cheerleader Thomas KA1so Coachb. . . 2. Ahern! . . . 3. Scramble. . . 4. Vic- tory c?J March. . . 5. 67-72-3-29-Hike! . . . 6. Tay1or's "Tin You Love to Touch." 7. Bevy of Beauties. Page Eighty-nine TOURNAMENT GAMES B Qaacfz Mr. Prech was graduated from West Tech High School in Cleveland, Ohio, and from Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity. This is his sixth year as coach of Mount Vernon basketball teams. During the 1940-41 season Mr. Prech moved to Canton, Ohio, to coach, but returned this season to continue his coaching duties at Mt. Vernon. Mr. Prech had a team this year that was much better than their record showed, and we are looking MYRON PRECH VARSITY Mt. Vernon 30 ................ Glenford 31 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 32 ..., Columbus North 34 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 35 .................... Marion 24 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 48.- Cleve. Collinwood 33 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 51 ...................... Galion 19 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 34 ,...... ,.,,, A shland 27 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 45 ..,... ........... S helby 25 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 43 ...... ...., C ircleville 44 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 42 ...... ...,.. B ucyrus 40 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 30 ...... ........ M arion 44 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 61 ....... ......... G alion 37 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 23 ................ Mansfield 45 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 35 .................. Ashland 39 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 31 ....,. ...,,., C restline 24 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 50 ...... ........ S helby 24 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 31 ...... ...... B ucyrus 39 Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 28 ..... ...... N ewark 35 Mt. Vernon Page N iuety forward to a good season next year. RESERVES Glenford .-.Columbus North Howard Galion 30 18 29 .................... Marion 33 27 8 Ashland Shelby Circleville Ashland Crestline Shelby Newark Bucyrus Galion Marion 23 39 19 26 19 33 ........ ......, B ucyrus 14 28 43 31 20 Mansfield Mt, Vernon 47 ................ Hilliards 32 Mt. Vernon 34 .... Columbus South 36 Wahdifq f STULL-Senior . . . Forward . . . two varsity letters. BILL PARNELL - Senior . . . Guard . . . two varsity letters. CLARENCE WIRICK- Senior . . . Guard . . . one varsity letter. GENE ROUSE- Senior . . . Guard . . . two varsity letters. PETE RANSOM-Senior . . . Center . . . three varsity letters . . . First Team All N.C.O. GEORGE WILKENS - Junior . . . Forward . . . two varsity letters. ED. WRIGHT- Junior . . . Forward . . . one varsity letter . . . Honorable Mention All N .C.O. JIM MENTIS - Junior . . . Guard . . . one varsity letter. BILL WRIGHT-Junior . . . Guard . . . two varsity letters . . . Second Team All N.C.O. WBOB BLACKFORD-Senior . . . Manager . . . one varsity letter. PAUL REX, JR. - Junior . . . Manager . . . one varsity letter. ifNationa1 Athletic Scholarship Society. First row, left to right--C. Williams, L. Russell, C. Wirick, R. Ransom, J. Mentis, G. Rouse Second row, left to 'right-B. Wright, J. Kilroy, E. Wright, K. Stull, G. Wilkins. Back row, left to right-Manager J. Rex, Coach M. Prech, Manager R. Blackford. Q 3. 5 I ' .' 3 . Q fan Q01 fem 4f1,z,z.f fem wwf A f 4aae! .. -f--v I x , .. ! 1 l za xi 1. Caddies at Country Club. . . 2. And more caddies. . . 3. Dwight Cochran. Ivan Mossholder. . . 4. Bill Mintier. . . 5. Art Packard, junior golf champion. . . . 6. Bill Dietrich, Art Packard, Perry Trinkner. . . 7. Winslow Curry. Page N me ty- five ,pf , Page N inety-six ,JA ILL! M Jr- G04 Left to Right-George Wilkins, Bob Tier, Art Packard, and Bob Humphreys. mlb Back Row, left to 'right-Coach Ken Stull, Wilbur Bartlett, Bob Blackford, and Charles Smith. Front Row-Jack Lonzo, George Culbertson, Bill Lybarger, and L. D. Curry. mnulifea Back Row, left to right-Maxine Taylor, Norma Cochran, Jacque- line Everhart, Anne Cochran, and Betty Smith. . Front Row-Virginia Stark, Bev- erly Cochran, Ula Jean Hull, and Patsy Coile. lnkmumn 1. Busy students! . . . 2. Something funny? . . . 3. Mabel at her stand. . . 4. What happened? . . . 5. Look! . . . 6. Mr. B. B. Williams, president of the Cooper-Besse- mer Corporation, visits the shop English class. . . 7. Martha issues excuses. . , 8. Mr. Geiger, the former principal, changes schedules. .Jima am! Wwe Page Ninety-eight 7fze Social fuk 1. Miss Ihle gives instructions in the social graces. . . 2 and 3. F. H. A. Initiation. . . 4. Faculty Tea .... 5. Sapp concentrates on the food at Journalism Convention. , . . 6. Hauger and Bogardus guard the Rufus Rose puppets. . . 7. At the Journalism Convention. 1. Sun bathers. . . 2. Look pretty! . . . 3. V for Varsity. . . 4. Mr. Kerin speaking. . . 5. And a smile from Mr. Blackford. . . 6. Looking for some- thing? . . . 7. Schoo1's out! . . . 8. Going home? . . . 9. What next? 14.L'aah14Lawz'Z!w8 Page- One Hundred Zia. 1. McFee1y and Turner at work in the lab. . . 2. Look at 'er go! . . . 3. English 12 students fill the display case. . . 4. Work in the shop. . . 5. Eagy there! . . . 6. Tax stamp collectors of room 32. aww., 1. Have We a custodian named Thomas on the pay roll? . . . 2. Something neW's been added. . . 3. Introducing Mr. Blair. . . 4. A word from the wise. . . . 5. Miss Cannon and Mile. Michael after hours. . . 6. The Big Shots, Mr. Highman, Mr. Geiger, and Mr. West. Page One! Hamdrecl-two !nfa .4 . 1 , 44 3 2 3 , i 1 " A ' 1. Now smile! . . . 2. Orlo and Baldy take some time off. . . 3. Mlle. and Miss' I-Could-Gleefully-Ring-Your-Neck Domigan. . . 4. Mrs. Haynes, In- structor of Music. . . 5. Mr. Swackhamer departs. . . 6. Chaperoning. Page O-ne Hundred-three Wm S .4153 6 1. Uncle Sam, no less. . . 2. Boo! . . . 3. Fire drilling. . . 4. Book Week. . . Page One Hundred-fo1w 5. Books. . . 6. And more books. . . 7. Yea team! 1. F. H. A. Playg left to right: Betty Fogle, Jean Mossholder, Doris Harick, and Betty Crouthers. . . 2. Jacques Everhart and his "hot lips" . . . 3. "The Pause That Refreshesn . . . 4. "Gus"-the Navy's got him now! . . . 5. Mu- sical Moments by Director Gene Taylor. . . 6. Home Room 37 celebrates Christmas. , Page One Himdred-five 1. Decorating for the Saddle Shoe Stomp. . . 2. G. R.'s pass out programs the first day of school. . . 3. Kathleen Fravel pours for the younger. . . 4. Klein and New- man paint away at the Yellow Jackets. . . 5. Jr. High Cheerleaders, left to right: Janet Blackford, Harry Turner, and Jean Thayer. . . 6. Let's don't fight, boys! . . . 7. If we could only twirl a baton like that! Mkt Page One H lmdred-sim 1. It's that Ferrell gal again. . . 2. Is that a book in your hand, Virginia '?. . . 3. The Three Musketeers. . . 4. Studious gal, isn't she? . . . 5. Hi Katie! . . . 6. "Scorch" as others see him. . . 7. What's the attraction, girls? . . . 8. Bashful Barbara. . . 9. You're being followed, Bob. . . 10. Gee, holding hands. . . 11. Here We are! .fe ' ' Page One Hundred-seven I 1. Studious Bob and Dick. . . 2. Goin' home, goin' home. . . 3. Oh! how boring. . . 4. Two in love, . . 5. He "busted" . . . 6. Harold Woodward, Hi-Y President, Claire Temple, Library Club President, and Patsy Coile, Pres- ident of the Girl Reserves, inspect books in the V Book Drive. . . 7. Holding up the wall. Page One H1md1'ed-eight 9 ,, 'sg WN ,A 14Bm,q.?2b 1. Oh! for some lunch. . . 2. Headin' for home. . . 3. Waldo and his mob. . . 4. Glamour girls. . . 5. Miss Eagle and her artists. . . 6. Oh! for some scenery. . . 7. Dress rehearsal. . . 8. If I only had an inspiration. . . 9. Grabbin' a girl for the next dance. . . 10. The Big Four. Page One H mmdred-nine Nwaq ham 9 All 4 ' .1 1. One, two, begin. . . 2. Jim Little now in the Navy. . . 3. Christmas Carols in the lobby. . . 4. Lauri as a spectator. . . 5. Christmas party in Room 207. 6. Hey! did you take a. picture? Page One H zmclred-ten Mme an .7 ... J J sf 1. A11 aboard. . . 2. "Scorch" and Harry read the Jacket Journal. . . 3. Waitin' for the bell. . . 4. At last thatis over. . . 5. Pals. . . 6. Caught in the act. . . 7. Just using up iilrn. Page One H undred-eleven I 1. Da mob. . . 2. Ag. boys hold conference outside. . . 3. Must have been good. . . 4. Posin '.., 5. Forward march. . . 6. Cooin' in 127. . . . 7. The new fall fash- ions. . . 8. 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Am I seeing double? . . . 2. Swing it! . . . 3. That touch. . . 4. Hi, over there. . . 5. Tend to your dancing, John, . . 6. Scottie swings out with Kaye. . . 7. Turner at work. Page One Hundred-siscteen 94114 The advertising committee of the Forum Staff appreciates the willing support of the following patrons whose donations helped make The Forum possible: - John C. Drake, M.D. Lamar S. Reynard, D.D.S. John L. Baube, M.D. Carroll D. Conard, M.D. G. E. Deeley, D.D.S. Robert L. Eastman, M.D. Charles B. Tramont, M.D. Roger A. Tarr, D.D.S. Fred Minnich, D.D.S. James F. Lee, M.D. O. W. Rapp, M.D. George B. Imhoff, M.D. J. Maurice Wareham, O.D. Robert H. Hoecker, M.D. J. M. Pumphrey, M.D. J. L. Koch, D.0. Robert J. Grossman, Attorney-at-Law Page One Hundred-seventeen EDDY BRUS. Marathon Service Station TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES MCMILLEN 8. co. Complete Line of Sporting Goods LOWE BROS. PAINTS WALLPAPER RELIABLE LUBRICATION 10 s. MAIN ST. PHONE 1317 501 COSHOCTON AVE. PHONE 539 Congratulations Seniors MAKE YOUR WAY IN A CHEVROLET SAPP B ROS. THE SALES an VALUE LEADER gl P 0 N D co M PA N Y CHEVROLET CO. 122 w. HIGH sT. PHONE zzz W. OHIO AVE. Compliments of BENNETT HARDWARE Compliments of COMPLIMENTS OF Mount Vernon News C. H. DIETRICH COCHRAN Kr GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATE DALRYMPLE JEWELRY WATCHES ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS WATCH REPNR ENGRWNG PHONE 1048 17 E. VINE ST. 29 E. GAMEIER ST PHONE 34 Page One Hundred-eighteen Wfaacfz of '7ime Sept. 2-It was the day of heavy hearts, it was the day of mournful wails, it was the day school started in 1941. Sept. 3-Hey, Schlosser! You a senior and searching for your locker for 15 minutes? Sept. 4-Come on, Pete, get in the groove. Vacation's over and Dowdsie doesn't like gum. Sept. 5-Gosh, Friday already. Yes, Mom, I have all my lessons. Sept. 8-Bob Lehman launches his Jacket Journal campaign. Mellie is his little helper. Sept. 9-First G. R. meeting. A grand rush to sign up after hearing the program for the year. Sept. 10-Flash! 15 students drop Physics. West made principal. Geiger moves' into superintendent's chair. Sept. 11-Tommy holds secret scrimmage. Everyone attends. Sept. 12-A couple of plunges, a few gallops, and the Jackets Whip the alumni, 19-0. Sept. 13-Sara Carson is the first of the class of '42 to break Tinkey's camera. Sept. 14--Glen Miller travels to the Vernon on his Chattanooga Choo Choo. Sept. 15-Our new history teacher is a regular blonde bomber. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. 22 Sept. Sept. Sept. 16-"Muzzey" gives a civil attitude lecture, and Kerin looks like a good prospect for President at the first Senior class meeting. 17-Heap big thuse and introduction of new teachers all in one gulp. Blair perfect cheerleader, West perfect principal, Prech perfect coach, Murphy . . . perfect!! 18-Jacket Journal campaign closes. Big surprise awaits subscribers tomorrow. 19-Nice surprise! It was a noon dance. Another nice surprise, we beat St. Marys 19-0. "Why Don't We Do This More Often ?" -Barton to present play Wednesday night, but script hasn't been written yet. Short Stuff Thomas struts his stuff after Friday night's victory. 23-Barton remembers play tomorrow night. Still no script. G. R. meeting. "Forum" covers chosen. Six Senior candidates give campaign speeches over loud speaker. 24-Barton didn't get around to writing the script, so . . . '?? Kaler, Mitchell, Mintier new cheerleaders. 26-Bexley beats our Jackets 7-6 but our little Eddie Wright was the first to score on them in 11 games. Sept. 29-Choir boys dropped the piano on Mr. Wasileiff. Well, a leg, anyway. Sept. 30-Cast for "Kind Lady" chosen. Motherall and Walker get leading roles. - Oct. 1-The glory of introducing Lou Anne in chapel today made "Gus" forget the calendar staff! Was Sara burned! Page One Humlred nineteen .1 .J 'AS YGU WERE' Preserve that happy-moment-for all time. Now is the time for obtaining that Graduation Photo-Portrait which through all the years will envision you as you are-today. Time flies, and Photo opportuni- ties escape With it! It is better to remember, than to regret. Arrange for a Photo-Portrait sitting While you still may! I 0 . CLASS PHoTooRAPHER MEMBER' TCG .+G i 1 ' nv V W' IW , i 4 3 l ' 'f' ' 2 x 5 Cl if ., - .V F 'WON oar 209 S. Main Street Phone 541M Page One H1mdred-twenty March of Time - CContinuecD Oct. 2--Most boys fall for girls but John Bone fell for the basement floor today at 1 203. Oct. 3-"Muzzey" told a joke Q ??l to his sixth period Civics class. Oct. 4-"Muzzey" still laughing at joke he told yesterday. Oct. 5-After seeing "Dr. J ekyl and Mr. Hyde" the Termites held a slum- Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. berllessl party. Fun, anyway! 6-Our Jackets held their own at Marion tonight with a scoreless tie. Much rain, much mud, much dirty uniforms. 7-Girl Reserves gave impressive Ceremonial tonight for the new members. 8-Thanks to the Art Department for sponsoring the clever Marion- ette show today. 9-Our up and coming Junior class elected Bill Lybarger as their Prexy today. Congratulations, Bill. 10-Mt. Vernon trounces over Madison Twp. with a 19-0 victory. Mentis is our hero with two touchdowns to his credit. 13-Sixth period Civics class just caught on to "Muzzey's" week-old joke today. 14-For years now, Domigan has been pulling out her hair. The "Kind Lady" cast will probably have to buy her a new wig. No offense meant, Miss Domigan. 15-Report cards out today! Your sins catch up with you every six weeks, kids, and this is only the beginning. 16-Kenny Stull was absent today and if we know Kenny . . . ?'?'? 17-Oh, unhappy day! Coshocton Redskins 'scalp the Jackets 16-0. Oct. 20-It takes something important for them to let us out of school. Scores of students flock to the Marine Band Concert. Mighty good, too. Oct. 21-The all-high school cast presents "Kind Lady." We're thinking more students should support school activities. Oct. 22-We hear that Mrs. Schlosser had to mend Buck's pants after he crawled into speech class on his hands and knees the other day. Oct. 23-Inspired by the all-day holiday tomorrow, the Yellow Jackets sting Galion 34-6. Oct. 24-Ohio State Teachers' Convention. Oct. 27-Football team elects Claire Temple as their 1941 Football Queen. Betty Graham, Louise Thiebert, and Evelyn Wright were chosen to attend her. Good judgment, boys! Oct. 28-Girl Reserves meet and that's about all. Oct. 29-Senior Assembly. Interesting talk given by Dr. Miller, a Mission- ary from China. Oct. 30-Charlie Card's band gave an interesting concert on the square after Bank Night. Oct. 31-We're jinxed! Game again postponed on account of rain. Nov. 1 -Mt. Vernon vs. Shelby game. They should have postponed it. For the next three weeks we'll have to doctor our sad hearts and our chilblains. Nov. 3-The girls taking gym aren't limping because they're getting old. Page One Hundred-twenty one The Best In Drug Store Service I-I E C K L E R'S REXALL DRUG sToRE o ---- o On the Square On South Main St. W. PAUL LORD CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER LIFE INSURANCE COUNSELUR 109 Downs-RUDIN BLDG. Phone 246 Compliments of RDBERTS GRUCERY GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, 8: FRESH VEGETABLES 15 NEWARK RxOAD PHONE 855M Compliments of Scott Furniture Go. 'fverything for the Home' Compliments of 128 S. MAIN ST. MT. VERNON, OHIO i ARROW SHIRTS INTERWOVEN SOX at LEMASTER'S Main at Vine DOBBS HATS RUGBY SWEATERS 410 W. HIGH STREET PHONE 1194 Page One Hundred-twenty-two Nov Nov, Nov. Nov. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov Nov Nov. Nov Nov Nov. Nov Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. March of Time - QContinuedJ ' Exercises, sore all over, and still no thinnish, all fattish. 4.-All the seniors have ordered their name cards but one. She's just naturally slow, always. . 5-"I won't be late for Sociology class," said Bill Parnell as the bell rang and he went tripping down to see Highman. 6-10:15 . . . Mellie and Bob quarreled! 7-10:15 . . . Mellie and Bob make up! We knew it. 8-Although our loss to Ashland dampered our spirits somewhat, we danced away our blues at the Annual Homecoming Dance tonight. Claire and her attendants reigned over the' festivities of the evening. 9-Education Week C9-163. Do they think we need it? 10-J r. Hi-Y elected Don Burgess as their president. Oh, would that We were young again! 11--Students home from the Journalism convention still raving and we would, too! 12-Well, the corners of Jerry's mouth have finally fallen, Jean left for Florida today. 13-Miss Eagle has Art Exhibit, puppets, paintings, etc. Just ask us where we typed the calendar the fourth period today, by Heck! 14-In case you haven't heard and are wondering who the pretty and tall blonde in Mr. Geiger's ofilce is, she is Miss Given, the super- intendent's new Secretary, and doing well, too. 15-Jackets treated Bucyrus 45-7. Well, it could happen to anyone! 16-Hi-Y Induction, and for some silly reason?'? they wouldn't let us Cgirlsl in. ' 17-Blue Monday turns into deep purple when We face those six weeks' tests. 18-G. R. Tea. "Gus" and John took pictures while Lou Anne and "Pope" poured tea. Had to have pictures, oh, yea? 19-If you noticed strange faces in your classes today, pay no heed. We just switched classes and had our Thanksgiving Chapel 7th period today. 20-Our two day Thanksgiving vacation begins but in days like these we don't complain or do we? 21-"Termites" go to Danville for a week-end. Monday, citizens of Danville call the exterminators. 22-Friends hold surprise party for Ruth Harris who is 16 today. Surprise was on Ruth, there wasn't any. 24-School furnishes wigs for seniors who tear their hair over "Hamlet" 25-Our G. A. C. Club is growing by leaps and bounds. Now has 50 members and "Tete" Taylor is the president. 26-New school heads honored at banquet at the Alcove. Treble Clef sings. Girls inspired by Mr. Murphy, and who wouldn't be? 27-Bank Night-someone's got to win the S700 sometime, so they tell us, anyway. Page One Hundred-twenty-three lce Cream Pasteurized Milk Creamery Butter Cottage Cheese Cream Selected Eggs Buttermillc Chocolate Mille Salad Dressing French Dressing Sanclwichispreacl Mayonnaise 1000 lslancl Dressing Jewell lce Cream 8: Mille Co Phone 24 Page One H1m.dred-twenty-fo Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec. Dec Dec. Dec Dec. Dec Dec March of Time - Ccontinuedl t 1-Mt. Vernon vs. Kenyon. Just because they beat us-doesn't mean a thing! Anyway, the girls enjoyed the game. 2-Football Banquet sponsored by the Booster's Club. No letters were given out! Heap big boys, heap big mad. Ohio State's cap- tain of football was the main event. 3-At last, something to do at noon besides eat! Basketball games begin in the new gym. But excuse us while we eat. 4-Mr. Blair throws hands, papers and even a cigar here and there! It's a new baby girl. 5-Noon dance. Mr. Wassleiff promised us he'd be there! Too much dinner-maybe? Our J ackets' morale was lowered tonight when Glenford's Class B team skinned them by one point. 7-Japs bomb Pearl Harbor. 'Nough said. 7-All we know is-the G. R. and I-Ii-Y have been practicing every day for two weeks on their chapel program. It must be good. 8-U. S. in war with Japan. Boys dash to sign up. Girls dash to keep boys from signing up. Not that we aren't patriotic-but. 9-Miss Domigan seems to be displeased with her photo for the annual. Chapel program postponed. No connection! 10-Pictures ily like snow in Journalism room! "Mounting" time. 11-Bank Night-We're beginning to think everything isn't fair and square like they say! 12-G. R.-Hi-Y Chapel was a great success. Another nerve-wracking game. Columbus North beats Mt. Vernon 34-32. We predict success in the league. 13-We shopped for three hours and got nowhere. Oh, well, we can always begin anew next Saturday. Some crowd. Walker gets no sleep trying to beat deadline for "Forum" pictures. 15-Monitor system explained. It may work when teachers and stu- dents catch on. Pictures gone to engraver. 16-The Varsity and Alumni have a scrimmage. Advice to Prech- hold thy temper. You guess the score. 17-One week, then vacation . . . We sit calmly chewing our iinger- nails through every class. 18-Decorate the Christmas Tree. They had Patsy all hung on before they discovered she wasn't a little ornament. 19-Prediction comes true. The Jackets wallop the Presidents of Marion, 34-25. After the game- You ask us what we say, We all had fun at the Santa Sway. 22-Seniors weep as they behold the Christmas Tree for the last year-Frozen Fun. 23-Another day ended and we opened two more Christmas presents. Just couldn't wait. 24-OUT!!!! 12:01 today started our Christmas Vacation. School needs the money. That's the reason for the one minute. 25-Christmas Day! Now everyone is happy. We should be mighty glad we're in the good old U. S. A. this Yuletide, instead of some war-torn country. Page One Hzmdred-twenty-five Cook and Heat Water ELE C TRI CALL Y V64 - The OHIO POWER Cog X! MT. VERNON, OHIO DOROTHY'S BEAUTY SHOP DOROTHY MURPHY, Prop. 5 E. CHESTNUT ST. PHONE IO54 KNOX COUNTY FARM BUREAU 509 W. Vine St. Phone 41 1 GASOLINE - COAL - FEED SEAVOLT'S BARBER sHoP HOURS 8 A. M. - 7 P. M. SAT. I 8 A. M. - 9 P. M. Parking Available 104 S. ROGERS ST. PHONE 769-M GITY DRY CLEANERS PHONE 1017-J for the finest in Dry Cleaning Fur Cleaning and Storage C. E. BRONSON, Prop. 203 W. HIGH ST. MT. VERNON, O. Compliments of PEOPLE'S sHoE STORE I 0 ---- o Corner of MAIN 8: VINE STREETS I e One Hundred-tz t J Dec Dec Jan Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan Jan Jan Jan. Jan J an J an Jan. J an Jan Jan J an Jan J an Jan J an Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. . - March of Time - CContinuecD 26-Business College Formal. 30-Choir Formal. 1-New Year's day! Rain, rain, go away, 'cause this is a precious holiday. 2, 3, 4-Vacation. 5-Glum faces! Next week, horror week. Exams. 6-Crowded cafeteria! Mrs. McNabb takes care of overflow in her room. -Much cold! Will the birds never come back to Mt. Vernon? -Glory Hallelujah! Too cold for gym classes. Wish that it would always be cold when we have gym. 9-Thuse in new gym, noon dance, G. R. pins ing we beat Ashland! Also this is Friday! All happy C?J 12-What have Simpy, Pot, and Smitty been doing in the new gym during basketball practice? Is there some new attraction that we haven't seen. 13-G. R. Cabinet meeting. , 14-Chapel on Temperance. Say, why should "us" smart kids study for exams coming up tomorrow? 15-Now We know why "us" smart C ?J kids should have studied last night. Why didn't someone answer our question? 16-We beat Shelby 45-25. Mt. Vernon leads in the N. C. O. League. 17-Circleville KNO street lightsl beats us by one basket. Someone's too cocky and it wasn't the team. 19-Kids mixed up with new schedules! Martha goes crazy. That's O. K., Martha, we understand. 20-Sun rises at 7:2-5. But don't Worry, we didn't see it. 21-Second semester Civics Class just beginning and we're bored already. 22-Edwin Dotson and Hanelore Erlanger were seen going into the jewelry store-Oh! Oh! 23-Civics Classes have first "surprise" quizz. Now We understand f?J a lot. 24-Bucyrus game. Dance held at the HY." Paul Lynde only ate "six" meals today. 26-Civics Classes are still trying to recover from Friday's quizz- complete surprise. Was "Muzzy" happy!! 27-Air raid drill! So they pack us in the basement. 28-First ten Seniors and ten Junior girls presented in Chapel today. Let's see-I guess I'll vote for this one, but no-Gosh, I don't know. 29-Senior spelling tests! I don't see how we got out of the first grade. 30-Mt, Vernon vs. Marion. Lost, sadly. Can't say they didn't try. 7 8 2-Hear ye, hear ye! Or can you hear? Ears tested in 212-Jfree, too. Vote today for the Forum Queen or forever hold your peace. Page One Hundred-twen.ty-seven Congratulations to the Class of 1942 KAI.ER'S GONEY ISLAND 3105. MAIN ST. COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE THE FIRST- KNOX NATIONAL BANK of Mt. Vernon Cor. Public Square and S. Main MEMBER OF F.D. I. C. AND FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM DRY GOODS - ACCIBSORIES READY-TO-WEAR RUDIN CO. Knox County's Greatest Store MT. VERNON, OHIO FURNITURE DRAPERIES - STOVES FLOOR COVERINGS Compliments of M. C. DAVY TIRE CO. HIGH AND MECHANIC STS. "Friendly Service Always" Page One H wndred-twenty-eight Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb u . March of Time - CContinuedD 3-Girl Reserves meet. Boys trim the girls in mixed volley ball game. 4-It's a buzz saw! It's a pig! It's Jack Allen asleep in 31. 5-County schools are our guests as we Witness some spectacular typing by a champion, 6-Busy Friday. Thuse, noon dance, and finally a 61-34 victory over Galion. 7-First we trounce and then we're trounced upon and hard, too. Mansfield beat us 45-23. 9-Again Claire Temple Wins honors. She will reign as Forum Queen. Patsy Coile, Ellen Turner, and Beverly Cochran are her Senior attendantsg Virginia Stark, Joyce Turner, and Dolores Blubaugh are the Juniors. 10-We've dubbed the south landing as Petters' Paradise. We could mention some names but it would only lead to bloodshed. 11-"Watch the birdie!" says Jim Tinkey to the attendants. 12-Miss Sevitts beams. Why? The V for Victory Book Campaign box is rapidly filling. 13-Ashland beat us tonight by a 39-35 victory. Our hopes for the N. C. O. title Hew out the Window. Rae Bell's hand ilew out, too, and landed on an Ashland mug's neck. Ask her about it. 14-For our Valentine we beat Crestline and bad, too. 16-Blue, blue Monday with barrels of rain. 17-Miss Mahaffey takes the G. R. to Texas fliterallyl at their lunch- eon this noon. 18-Lou Anne gets plenty of activity as she undertakes Senior Activ- ity sheets. "Y" team played the Harlem Globe Trotters tonight. We won't mention the score. 19-Food's certainly an attraction. I-Iordes of G. R. at the "Y" at tending the pot-luck supper. 29-Noon dance. We beat Shelby and celebrated the victory after- ward by a dance at the HY." 21-The sympathy of the entire school is extended to Coach and Mrs. Thomas at the death of their son George. 22-Washington's Birthday. 23-Holiday-Whee I 24-Class B County Tournament. Our students study for six weeks tests. 25-Paul Lynde stars in a special assembly play. 26-Another special play. Is your gum good, Betty Wiseman? 27-Another busy Friday. Noon dance. Woe is us. Bucyrus trims us 39-31. 28-We had swell dance after being just beat by Newark. The New- ark players are geniuses. If you don't believe it, ask them. March 2-Take it from us, more assemblies like the one today would be beneficial. Mrs. Hess tells us about our problems and tells us good! 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HOUSTON SHREVEPORT TULSA LOS ANGELES NEW ORLEANS i I Page One Himdred-thirty v March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March of Time - Qcontinuedj 3-Mrs. Hess returns to talk to boys and girls separately. Me- thinks she did some good. 4-"Birth of the Blues"-or-Report card day. 5-Foggy out. The calendar got lost. 6-South knocks our tournament hopes with a 34-32 victory. For the sake of all fans, we hope never to witness such a gazzic as tonight's. 9-March winds make all cheeks ruddy, Miss Koons' class forgets to study! -Was she burned! 10-Jackie Taylor was hit by a car at noon. His leg was badly cut. Hope you get well soon, Jackie. 11-Talent adorns our stage. Three Otterbein beauties warble de- lightfully in Senior chapel. 12-Walter Sapp and Ruth Harris to have leads in Junior play, "June Mad." 13-Friday the 13th and narry a mishap. Superstition scorned as all swing out at the noon Nickel Serenade. 16-Paul Lynde is frantically trying to gain back that ounce he lost yesterday. 17-Nothing like St. Patrick's Day to bring out the Irish in you. Betty Everhart brings Spring Style Show from Ringwalt's to enlighten the G. R. Also the Girl Reserves entertain the I-Ii-Y in the evening. 18-Seniors vote unanimously to hold Senior Prom the night of graduation. A tradition is broken and for the iirst time in years the Seniors get what they go after. 19-Will I graduate? That is the question on all Seniors' lips. Ye shall soon know, for Senior Conferences start today. 20-The Prom season opens! Gala evening in the new gym at the Hi-Y Formal. 21-Enter Spring . . . '??? 23-We're in the home stretch! First day of the last half of the second semester. 24-After a looksee at play practice we predict "June Mad" to be a success. 25-Beware, beware! An epidemic of Spring Fever has hit the building. 26-All this bailing of paper has not been in vain. Seniors netted S30 and some odd cents. Don't think we can't use it. 27-Prediction true! Orchids to all characters of "June Mad." Especially to Shirley Irvine. Our Junior class is talented. 30-Girls' basketball games are in full swing. White Zephyr wal- loped the Zip, Zip, Zips. Choir sings at Gambier. Who gets left?? Guess. 31-The G. R.'s owe someone an apology. We're not sure yet just who it is. Twelve attended the meeting! Page One Him1.d1'ed-tlzfirty-one ' I say It with Flowers Compliments Of Sharpfs PITKIN'S Flower Store PROVISION STO-RE FOOD STORE O ---- o o ---- o PHONE 895 We rely on low prices 22 PUBLIC SQUARE to win trade, on quality to retain it Compliments of THE TIMKEN ROLLER BEARING MT. VERNON, OHIO April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April May May May May May May 22 23 4 5 6 8 March of Time - CContinuecD 1-Senior meeting. We triumphantly announced that the Senior Prom would be held June 4 CGraduation Night, and by the way We happen to be the first class to achieve thisl at the Country Club. 2-Teachers' meeting and there was no detention. That's a gyp! 3 Are we kidding? -For once we are in a solemn mood- as the Easter Assembly is presented. 4-12-Easter Vacation. A 13-Little 7th, 8th, and 9th graders have little red marks on little 14 white arms as the T. B. tests are administered. -After watching the movie on Home Defense we know what to do when those dirty Germans and yellow Japs come over here to bomb us. 15-Senior Lit. classes plan to go to Columbus to a play Miss Koons recommends. Is it the play or the thought of no school? 16-What do X's stand for? Ask Betty Graham. She has them all over her locker and we think it has something to do with Bill. 17-Eighth graders rate high in the esteem of the upper-classmen as they plan a successful noon dance. 18-The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet sponsored by the G. R. 20 was held at the Alcove. All who attended will tell you it was one of the best ever. -We're really in the home stretch now. The first day of the last six weeks. Is everybody happy? 21-"We know what to eat now to keep our figures tif we have onel," comment all the girls as they listened to Mrs. Norris speak on the subject of food at the G. R. meeting. -The tardy bell rang at ten minutes of nine this morning. -After that corny crack We made yesterday, today ought to be something good, but it isn't. 24-We were glad to entertain the Lancaster, Circleville, and Upper Arlington Bands at the dance after the concert tonight. It seems everyone had a good time. 27-Father and Son Banquet. Senior Play practice started today. If it isn't one thing to keep the seniors busy it's ten others. 28-This war has its good points. Because of sugar rationing we got out at 2:45. 29-Since when have Educational movies become so popular, espe- cially when you have to pay 5 cents for them? Shhhh! Civics. 30-Eight girls sit and watch the be-utiful moon at play practice. 1-VVhat could be lovelier than a formal on May Day! The Annual 71 Girl Reserve formal was held tonight in the new gym. Mt. Ver- non Hi is just full of May Queen beauties. -We, the senior class, insist if Miss Koons insist that we read books that she give us something we enjoy reading. -Jane McFeely is the new Girl Reserve President. She was elected at the meeting today. Good luck to you, Jane. -American Legion assembly program. Being on the calendar staff has some advantages. We wonder if the program was nice. From here on in we have to prophecy. We got out of school a little after 12. -Really the biggest event of the year. Success? Well, we guess! All the rooms shine as parents proudly enter. Boxing show was wow! Forum Frolic had everyone frolicking and the Coronation Was beautiful. Page One Hundred-tim ty thvec D NK 1 GEO. F. OWENS V - J1-:WELER AND oPToM!1zTR1sT 1 gg U 117 s. MAIN STREET Thirst kvnows no season Mt. Vernon Coca-Cola BOTTLING CO. MT. VERNON, OHIO You'll like to trade at WORLEY'S RELIABLE MEN'S WEAR 120 S. Main Street Compliments of THE GAS CO. Q ---- O Gas Doesn't Cost - It Pays COMPLIMENTS OF MILLER and O'BRYAN P40 Hddtltyf May May May 13 May May March of Time - fContinuedJ 11-Of course there has to be something to blight this spring happi- ness. The thought of final exams make the seniors quiver. 12-College Woman's Club sponsors opera. Music and costuming beautiful. It's good to have some of "I-Iank's" Work again. -Domigan starts groaning two days ahead. Now don't worry. The play'll come out all right. 14-Dress rehearsal. That's always trying. All in a dither. "Gus" rushing here and there trying to get snaps of actors and actress- es at work. If we're all blind tomorrow night, it isn't our fault. 15-Well, now, Domigan, we told you so! It was a success. But who was the star? There was none. They all sparkled brightly. May 18-Quote "Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder where you were," says Miss Domigan as Marjorie Lockard missed her entrance. May 19-Library Club had a picnic at L. D. Curry's. May 20-You can't expect us to have something every day, Miss Cannon. May 21-National Honor Society. I should think they would all be hon- ored. ' May 22-Juniors entertain Seniors at the Jr.-Sr. Prom. We wonder if they're glad to get rid of us. May 25-Senior Assembly. The will and the prophecy were read. A lot May 26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 31 of mock enemies were made. This is about the last time the seniors can show off. -This is started out to be a beautiful day 'til We found out that exams started tomorrow. -They started! -We're still suffering. -This can't go on much longer. -Baccalaureate service. June 4-Well, Kids, it's here. Seniors commence their other life. Nice commencing at the Senior Prom at the Country Club. This is probably the last time we will all ever be together. Makes a fellow sad, doesn't it? SARA CARSON, Chairman PATSY COILE MARJORIE LOCKARD li Page One Hundred thzrty five qu- 1. Three of a. kind. . . 2. Walton concentrates. . . 3. Isn't it boring? . . . 4. Just two guys working on the draft board. . . 5. Bickel and Cline-watch them shine. . . 6. Jesse and J ames-a nice combination. Page One Hmzdred-tlni-rty-six GEM. paapfaecq On the stage plods a weary workman with a dinner-pail under his arm. He is greeted by his loving wife. Mrs. CE1len Turnerj : "Hello, dear. Did you have a hard day ?" Mr. CRobert Tullossl: "Sure did. This reconstruction of buildings destroyed during the war sure keeps a fellow hopping." Mrs. tEllen Turnerj : "Why don't you lie down and try to sleep a bit before supper? By the way, do you know what day today is?" Mr. tRobert Tullossj : "Well, yes, June 4th, Why?" Mrs. CEllen Turnerl : "Don't you remember? Ten years ago today we graduated." Mr. tRobert Tullossj: "Darned if we didn't! Golly, I'd like to see some of the old gang. Wonder what they're all doing now. Well, I guess I will take a little snooze. Wake me in time to wash up a bit." The following monologue is a dream of the doings of the graduates of 1942 ten years hence. Any similarity to any persons living or dead is purely intentional. tAn apparition representing the dreamer rises from behind the couch and goes to a darkened corner of the stage and proceeds to read the prophecy.J Dream: "I seem to be whirling back through time at a tremendous rate of speed. I see familiar faces all around me. My goodness! This certainly isn't our graduation day! But it is! Oh, now I see. I'm going to be allowed to see all my classmates through the years following gradua- tion. "There's Harold Woodward in the hospital with Nurses Jeanette Bockoven, Eileen Hess, Frances McPherson, and Phyllis Robb trying to make his hospital days more comfortable. Elizabeth Balo always was smart. Here she is, and she is a well paid laboratory technician. Pauline Beach is the chief mechanic at that new airplane factory in Los Angeles. That seems to be a boxing ring. Oh, it's Jane Beever, and for gosh sakes, she's the amateur champion lady wrestler. Bob Blackford is the owner of a large dairy farm. He and his wife, the former Bee Ackerman, seem to be well contented. Marjorie Blackwell is the French, Spanish, and Latin teacher at Mt. Vernon. I can't believe it! Imagine Ned Boddy at the head of a girls' large summer resort. What's that loud noise? Why it's Bob Bouton, and he is the barker in a side show. "Alice Bricker is the competent secretary of Governor 'Moe' Wirick of Ohio. The war wore out all the machinery so Jesse Briscoe is blowing glass at La1nb's. Betty Brown and Doris Brown are doing quite well as the joint owners of the Mt. Vernon Business College. Charlie Card's band, 'The Aces of Rhythm,' is currently featured at Frank Daily's Meadow- brook. Paul Pryor and Charlie Smith are still playing with him. Wow! Sara Carson is the President of Kenyon College. A never-wear-out ferti- lizer has been invented by Harry Chadwick. Doris Oakes is the owner of the Rainbow Skating Rink with Marjorie Charlton as the professional skating teacher. ' "Beverly Cochran is to be married to her fifth millionaire, Paul Rowe. Maxine Cockerham has just been promoted to head stock girl at the Kresge dime store. After ten years of hard trying, John Cooksey has finally got an appointment to Annapolis. Ned Cochran is the sole own- er of the 'Cochran Chain of Grocery Stores! "This doesn't look like America. Oh, it's China and there's Patsy Coile. She never returned to the United States after driving trucks on the Burma Road during the war. There's that high stepping Kathleen Crider, she's the drum majorette for the Marine Band. What are all those babies? I see now. Betty Cruthers is running a day nursery. Following years of hard labor, George Culbertson is finally the champion golfer at the Country Page One Hundred-thm ty seven SANIJERSDN LUMBER GUMPANY DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL 301-303 W. HIGH ST. SteeIe's Grocery GROCERIES, Mums and VEGETABLES 203 E. HAMTRAMCK sT. Compliments of SHELLMAR PRODUCTS COMPANY The Isaly Store 109 S. MAIN ST. SOfDAS - SUNDAES ICE CREAM' CONES BRICK ICE CREAM' CREAMERY BUTTER Luncheon and Fountain Service WAYNE CASH FEED STURE 512 W. HIGH ST. PHONE 1075 Compliments of SMITI-I'S DINER Pasje One H1m.tl1'ed-thirty-eight Club. Ha, ha! At the age of 28, L. D. Curry finally has secured permission to go to the Stuiset Club. Look at all those cameras. Dorothy Davis is posing for 'True Detective' magazine covers. Martha De Witt won the milking contest at the 1952 Ohio State Fair. Gail Dorsey is still striving to obtain shoulders large enough to fill the overcoat he bought in his senior year at school. Janet Doup is really going places as the hostess at Conkies'. Thelma Elder is what you might call a navy wife, this is her third sailor husband. Martina Mawer isn't doing bad with Uncle Sam's forces. She's divorced one marine, one soldier and now she's engaged to a sailor. "Jocelyn Fawcett is doing quite well for herself as the secretary of the retired General McArthur. Katherine Fletcher is the cook at Kenyon College. Wedding bells rang for Janice Fogle and Eugene Smith last fall. The kids at my old alma mater are really getting good food at the cafe- teria now with Marjorie Frye at the head. 'Hank' Wintermute gave his antique shop to Gene Gardner when he went to produce Broadway music- als. J une Wheaton, Harry Wilson, Herbert Vernon, and Margaret Williams are starring in his latest hit. "Marion Scott seems to be having an awful time keeping the girls away from hubby Jim Gatton now that he has been voted America's No. 1 Glamour Boy. 'Leek' George is the proud possessor of two country homes and one town home, now that he is adding the second story to his success- ful jewelry store. Eleanor Graham invented a new kind of graham cracker. Nothing like variety of occupations, I always say. All New York seems to be ravi-ng about that sensational dance team, Johnnie Harris and Janet Mossholder. That combination certainly surprises me. Alma Harrod owes her vocation to the inspiration of Miss Deibel. She is the athletic instructor at Ohio Wesleyan University. Linnie Highwarden is the new chief cook and bottle washer at White's Tavern. Mt. Vernon certainly raised a lot of talent. Florence Horlocker is the champion jitterbug of the country. 'Girls can do anything' seems to be Marjorie Householder's motto. She owns a large taxi concern, and she drives a cab herself, too. Ula Jean Hull just returned from a trip to Greece. There should be a connection there somewhere. Oh, yes, Mentis. "Chase Hunter raises the best of stock on his farm and sells it to Walter Dickenson for his slaughter house. Jack Hurlow owns a large shipping system, and he ships Dickenson's meat to all parts of the country. Nothing like old friends sticking together 5 Ada Schnitzer and Juanita Hurps have taken over Perc Westmore's house of beauty in Hollywood. Ruth Izenberg is now Mrs. Don Phillips. Eugene Jackson is the chief pharmacist at Miller's drug store. Jerome Kaler is showing the Sunset Club some competition with his Coney Island Nite Club which is now sit- uated on the Martinsburg Road. Marjorie King, Marjorie Lockard, Lucille Ryan, and Meredith Thomas are the main attractions of Phil Spitalany's band. Naturally their voices are the reason. Lou Anne Koch is now Mrs. Bob Lehman, who is one of the most successful lawyers in Dayton. I wonder what happened to Walker and Stillwell. Oh, this is too bad. Duane Lambillotte was killed while trying to get at Mussolini. Betty Jane Lawrence finally hooked our glamour boy of the senior class, Bill Parnell. I wonder how they live-Bill is still as lazy as ever. Clinton Lippman doesn't seem to have gotten any farther than head jan- itor of Montgomery and Ward's. Sunset Club is now managed by our dashing blonde, Leroy Little. Peggy Martin teaches girls how to act when meeting men. Here is a surprise! Gene McKenzie is a dancer in one of the largest night clubs in the country. Edgar Bergen's successor is Russ Hall. More talent, Helen McVey will soon make her debut as a pianist at the Metropolitan Opera House. Patty Mehl is modeling for the J. C. Penney Company. The Roxy Night Club has Tom Mintier as its head bar-tender. VVhat won't they think of next? Vivian Morrison is giving lectures on how to throw boomerangs. Virginia Motherall is the most sought-after language teacher in the United States. "The title of America's No. 1 Drummer Boy has been snatched right Page One Hundred- thirty-nine .' WHILE YOU'RE LEARNING Learn THIS Fact There is nothing you hope to do in the future that mon- ey in the bank Won't help you to do, or that lack of money won't hinder or pre- vent you from doing. Learn this one fact, through saving during your school days, and it will give you an advantage through all the rest of your days. HARRY A. BLUE DESOTO 8: PLYMOUTH 24 Hour Service PHONE 794 ll SOUTH MULBERRY STREET I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO G. K. SALISBURY 81 SUN me Knox cournv SAVINGS BANK INSURANCE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO REAL ESTATE MEMBER F. D. I. C. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK TEL. 524 5 W. VINE ST. Compliments of WAGNER MOTOR SALES SALES and SERVICE coRNE.R OF HIGH sl SANDUSKY E. A. SGHLAIRET TRANSFER CU. STORAGE Sz CRATING Local and Long Dist ance Moving Phones 725-126 Best Vwshes To A Splendid Student Body and School System o ---- o Compliments of GELSANLITER'S Page One Humlrefl-forty out from under Krupa's nose by our versatile Chuck Neher. Ralph Neigh- barger is one of the town's most prosperous meat-cutters. Betty Pargeon is a missionary in Japan, trying to teach what's left of the Japs how to live. Jean Pinkley is the reason why Hollywood clothes are better than ever, she designs all the famous stars' clothes. Paul Poland bought out the Wonder Bread Company so his business wouldn't have so much com- petition. I wonder if her name gave Virginia Pugh the idea of inventing a non-smelling hair tonic. Kenneth Laymo, Julius Keck, Robert Day, Willis Brown, and Harold Purdy remained at Cooper's to take up their life work. Harold Purdy, by the way, is the present husband of Claire Temple. This is no surprise. 'Pete' Ransom is neatly replacing Victor Mature in the hearts of million of women. This is great, Fred Robinson is Gargantuafs trainer. Ouch! Phyllis Porter is teaching Sunday School classes. Every- one knew that 'Kayo' Rouse knocked out Joe Louis in the first 15 seconds of the first round of their fight. "By the looks of the furniture and all the trimmings, Ida and Emma Rubino are really making a success of their palm reading. Jack Schlosser now lives in luxury enjoying the million dollars he was awarded for killing Hitler. Uldine Schorr is the head of the curtain department at Ringwalt's. Hubert Shannon is an assistant at Heckler's drug store. Dick Kerin broke the record Joe Dimaggio made in 1941. After taking Martha's place in the office, Maxine Sharp now has the job of Miss Given's also. Jean Sheffer is flying the remaining bombers home from England. Barbara Shultz has lost four husbands so she has decided to remain an old maid from here on in. Once you get in a business you can't get out, anyway, Roy Siders, Paul Bickel, Delmar Brenneman are still ushers at Schine's theatres. The present Mrs. Kendrick was the former Maxine Small. We all thought he would be and he is, I mean Doyle Smith is a farmer. Neil Steinmetz is the manager of the Merit Shoe Store in Columbus. "Oh, yes, here's Mellie Stillwell and of all things she is married to 'Gus' Walker. They must have got their signals mixed somehow. Kenny Stull, if I remember, always was a good coach, and here he is coaching the Stanford basketball team. Not so many of the high school romances came out in wedding bells as I expected but here is one more to add to the list: Maxine Stull is the proud Mrs. Emil Lorieux. Dick Stull, of all things, is trying to get his Japanese wife into the United States. Lorene Swadener is the fat lady of the circus. Whoever would have thought it? Donald Taylor is one of the most successful graduates of 1942. It shows here that they are getting ready to run him against Roosevelt KI really believe Roosevelt is too feeble to run againj in the next election for the presi- dency. "Roy Wiseman is the manager of Rockefeller Center in New York City and his blushing bride is Mathilde Theibert. Orrel Workman has certainly landed herself a nice job. She's the New York Times' foreign correspondent in Hawaii. Bernice Wright and Eileen Williams run com- petitive window washing businesses. Annabelle Walker inherited 52,600,- 000 ad she is graciously contributing a large sum each year to a children's hospital. Martha Watson is warbling over the radio on a station of her own. "Well, that's every last one of them. Some of them have turned out surprisingly. Others are just as I expected they'd be. It's been fun to be able to see all of them again." fThe apparition returns to the back of the couch and disappears. All is silent for a min- ute, then-J Mrs. CEllen Turnerbz "Dear, your supper is ready. Hurry and get ready." Mr. f Robert Tullossj : fyawnj "Yes, be there in a minute. You ought to hear about the dream I had. Wait 'til I tell you." VIRGINIA MOTHERALL, Chairman PATSY COILE DUANE LAMBILLOTTE ARLENE BOCKOVEN DICK STULL Page One H'ZL'l'l-Cl'l'6d forty one I Congratulations I Class of 1942 . -N sm '- :4::g3:5:3.3::, . -:ft-:-:-:-.':-cf:-. .a,. . ...gs 5 .-F2222 ,AA. 1.1.1.3 '-1:-:.:.,., ":':':1ili5E5i5i I' . "" 56 'I A' ,. .,,,. ,..,.,A, . Iiisiafzieiaisiaisg X i3 ..,.,., a --F .,.,, , X " u Q E i'Q3.:2il if if " SERVED EVERY GRADUATED FROM .sf-qi sEe2zEs2a5s2af1i2iaEeE1E. 92222525222 'Q -.., s,,s,,,s,, MOUNT VERNON 2 . HIGH SCHOOL - And We Hope gg' ' T0 Serve , 1 2 x '. 'X " If ZiZ7:5I3:3:7:3 'K ' U 1 .5 .5i5ii225?Ei35E5 'f XM? ,. - ' - Now And In 145.3 X W The Years To COITM-2 " Rail .... . 2231 """ .52is535.5555555522355 :1 " R I V' - . x ' X K-112' , ,,.. M1 - ? 2 'ifiziziiiiisii f ..1g:jx,, """""'-E iiiiiiiiiii ' A ,.,,. .WM.,.f .... . ,X is ., V". 'fs -. wmv -fx.. ,NNN M Page One Hundred-forty-two .Eau Wd! and 7 We, the Class of 1942, in view of the tact that We are severing con- nections With this Worthy institution, the Mount Vernon High School, Wish to make public and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby rescinding all previous wills made by us. To those as yet inexperienced and dewy-eyed infants, the Freshmen, We offer our most sincere condolence and our deepest sympathy, knowing from long experience their torturous journey in the attaining of and the maintenance of prestige in these noble halls. To aid them on their voyage of life with its uncertainties and unopportune upheavals certain hardy souls wish to bequeath their discarded armor. Dick Kerin wills his ability to get what the senior class Wants to next year's senior president. Betty Crouthers wills her ability to bake to the Home Ec. department. Pat Coile bequeaths her giggles to Marilyn Surlas. Jim Gatton leaves his gleaming smile to Mary Kaler. Margie Charlton wills her artistic ability to the whole art class. To Mr. Montgomery, Gene Gardner Wills his guinea-pig existence for use as examples in future Commercial law classes. Paul Poland leaves "Petters' Paradise" Cthird tloorl for other people. Mary Ellen Soles leaves Elmer-Csobll. Berniece Wright bequeaths her snappy retorts to Mr. Owens. Bob Tulloss leaves his speed to Phil Weider. Paul Bickel leaves with the rest of us. Buck Schlosser wills his squeaky Li'l Abner shoes to Bob Jones. Clinton Lippman leaves his hip-boots-up-to-the-knees for inner tube patches. Maxine Stull leaves for happier hunting grounds-namely, Emil. "Moe" Wirick and Ned Cochran Want Mr. Highman to have all those fish they caught C?J during school hours. Alma Harrod generously wills all her love to Rae Bell. To her sister, Helen, Charlie Card leaves Ruth Wright for safe keeping. Pat Mehl bequeaths her latent Writing ability to the Jacket Journal. "Cubby" Culbertson wills the football team to the Wright brothers. Jocelyn Fawcett leaves her dimples to Betty Ellen Monk. To Bobby Scott, "Chuck" Neher bequeaths his broad shoulders. Sara Carson Wills her Gambier boy friends to anyone who has time to chase them. Eleanor Graham leaves Mr. Blair to the school. Oh, Boy! Bob Bouton leaves his pipe fwhewll to Edwin Dotson. Julius Keck and June Wheaton leave-together. Pauline Beach leaves her timid manner to Mildred Houck. "Chops" Lambillotte Wills his love for the girls to Rene "Frog" Joris. Juanita Hurps offers her immaculate ringlets to Shirley Irvine. Eileen Hess hands down her grades to her little brother. Roy Wiseman wills his Li'l Abner physique to anyone who wants to Butter the feminine hearts. Jeanne Pratt will receive Janet Doup's long finger nails. Elizabeth Balo leaves her quietness to Norma Cockrell-who can use it. 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Harry Wilson, Robert Tulloss, Hubert Shannon, and Ralph Neighbarger, Ivan Mossholder, Jesse Briscoe, and Bob Day, leave their quietness to Shirley Irvine. Doris Oakes and Alice Bricker will all those stencils they cut to Charlene Welker and Eileen Radabaugh. Betty Pargeon unwillingly bequeaths Sidney Perkins to Marguerite Taylor. Jack Hurlow sadly offers Betty Wiseman to the dramatics class. To Billy Wilson, Paul Pryor bequeaths Kathleen McMillan. Barb Shultz regretfully leaves her job of taking absence slips around. Fred Robinson leaves Miss Koons to posterity. Martina Mawer offers her position as F1orence's little helper to the next willing worker. John Harris hands down his football suit to Bud Masteller. Marjorie Frye leaves bookkeeping class-gladly? Linnie Highwarden leaves with "Kayo"-lucky girl! "Pete" Ransom leaves his basketball technique to "Puzz" Wilkins Che needs itl Jerry Kaler offers his ability to inveigle ads from local merchants to Tom Scarff. Lou Anne Koch offers her ideas for page arrangements to the girl friend of the editor of next year's annual. Lorenne Swadener and Ada Schnitzer offer their blonde hair for national defense. L. D. Curry leaves-he hopes. Kathryn Fletcher leaves to be the first girl student at Kenyon. Helen McVey bequeaths her piano playing technique to Christine Johnson. Janet Mossholder Wills her bag of candy to the kiddies. Gayle Dorsey bequeaths his unreturned loves to some other lonely soul. Janice Fogle leaves for Bellville-definitely! Marjorie Blackwell wills her French papers Cevery one of themj to the next bird-brain who can't get his French. Dorothy Davis and Marion Scott leave their dancing ability to the Fresh- men. Gene Rouse leaves his popularity to Bob Williams. Emma Rubino offers her filing cabinet mind to the school for future reference. Ellen Turner bequeaths her Kenyon boy friend to anyone who can handle him. Harold Purdy takes his four good tires with him. Claire Temple offers her campaign technique to next year's queen. Uldine Schorr leaves her lovely eyes to anyone who thinks they can match her technique. "Gus" Walker Wills his ability to borrow his brother's ties to Bill Jessup. Margaret Martin hands down her sweet disposition to her many friends? Leroy Little leaves his city life for the farm-"It's So Peaceful in the Country." Jean Pinkley wills her dormant love affair to Pauline Overly. Page One Hundred forty five Best Wishes to the Class of 1942 I-IUBERT M. WALKER LUMBER CO. Ken Stull leaves his ability to talk f?J fin parked carsj to Jim Mentis. Bev Cochran, Leek George, Bill Parnell, Dick Stull, and Ula Hull hand down their Friday afternoon visits to Utica to Betty Smith, Erncstine Beckholt, Ann Cochran, Paul Lynde, and the Everhart twins. Marjorie Householder leaves her night life to Mary Elaine Green. Ned Boddy wills his Utica trips to Sheridan Lloyd. Bob Lehnan and Mellie Stillwell, Pat Vernon and Charlie Smith bequeath Room 127 to next year's journalism students, as do "Pope" Robb and John Cooksey. Vivian Morrison hands down her ability to sell dresses at Pcnney's to next year's distributive education class. Neil Steinmetz leaves his love-to Rita Rice. Doris and Betty Brown leave their cousinly love to Ray and Walter Sapp. Delmer Breneman, Don Taylor, and Harold Woodward unwillingly leave Joyce Turner, Ruth Harris, and Jane McFeely. Lucille Ryan wills her silky blonde hair to Mary Lou Norris. Jean Sheffer and Virginia Pugh hand down their friendship as an example to Norma Cockrell and Pauline Overly. Ruth Izenberg leaves her dimples and blushes to Kathleen McMillan. Martha DeWitt offers her determination to work to George Stull. Frances McPherson takes her nursing ability with her. "Breeze" Blackford leaves to join "Bea" Ackerman. Harry Chadwick, Walter Dickinson, Doyle Smith, Chase Hunter, and Paul Rowe hand down their farm tools to next year's Ag. class. Maxine Cockerham, Eugene Jackson, Mathilde Theibert and Ida Rubino leave to concentrate on their jobs-lucky people. Eileen Williams leaves-for the farm. Betty Jane Lawrence offers her knowledge of verbs to some poor befuddled Junior. To Charmaine Styers, Bob Little bequeaths his permanent wave. Virginia Motherall leaves her high I.Q. to Bill Frazier. Herbert Vernon hands down his bashfulness to "Snipe" Frye. Kenneth Laymon leaves his books to the school. To Betty Wiseman, Margaret Williams offers her soft voice. Pat Brown and Roy Siders bequeath their secret loves C guess whoj to "Chauncey" Kilroy and "Mooch" Doup. Florence Horlacker and Annabel Walker leave the Green Derby??? Tom Mintier has nothing to leave except a string of broken hearts. Thelma Elder, Orrel lfVorkman, and Maxine Small leave for Uncle Sam's armed forces. 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JACK ALLEN ELIZABETH FINLAY BALO Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 College Club 3, 45 junior Choir 15 Usher at Junior l'lay5 Usher at "lf'inafore"5 Latin Club 15 Honor Club 15 Finance Committee of Girl .Reserves 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. PAULINE ETHEL BEACH Girl Reserves l, 2, 45 G. A. C. 2. JANE BEEVER Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3. 45 G. A. C. 1, 2, 35 Nature Club 15 Choir 2, 35 "Dusky Dark Clouds" 35 "Pinaforc" 25 Annual 3, 45 Subscription Manager of Annual 45 Committee of Senior Announce- mcnts5 French Club 35 Travel Club 1, Z. PAUL R. BICKEL BOB BLACKFORD Football 1, 2, 3, 45 reserve basketball 1, 2, 35 varsity baslcetball manager 45 traclcg F. F. A.5 member ol Boys' Choir 45 junior Hi-Y 15 Boys' Quartet 4. MARJORIE EVELYN BLACKWELL Latin Club 15 Honor Club 15 Girl Re- serves 1, 2, 35 French Club 35 College Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 35 History Committee 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. ARLENE BOCKOVEN Girl Reserves 1, 45 G. A. C. 3. NED ASHCRAFT BODDY Library Club5 Projection Club 45 Sci- ence Club5 Hi-Y5 "The Land Is Bright" 4. GEORGE R. BOUTON Commerce Club 1 year. DELMER D. BRENEMAN Band 2 years5 Senior Hi-Y5 Commerce Club 2 years. ALICE LILLIAN BRICKER Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Commerce Club 45 Travel Club 1, 2, 35 Library Club 4. JESSIE ROBERT BRISCOE Basketball 25 track team 2. BETTY ROSE BROWN Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DORIS EILEEN BROWN Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 intramural bas- ketball5 volleyball. WILLIS DALE BROWN Ili-Y 3, 45 Commerce Club 3, 45 base- ball 2, 3, 45 football 4. CHARLES WILLIAM CARD Band 1, Z. 3, 45 Captain 45 orchestra 2, 3. 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Jacket journal Exchange Erlitor5 Minstrel 35 Nature Club 15 Corn Huskers 3, 45 State Champ Brass Quartet 35 Student Coun- eil 35 Trumpet Trio 45 Trumpet Quar- tet 35 Arts and Crafts 1, 25 College Club 3, 45 intramural basketball 3, 4. Page One H undred-sixty SARA JANE CARSON Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 3, 45 Secretary and 'Treasurer 3, Vice Presi- dent 45 G. A. C. Z5 Annual Staff, Cal- endar 45 Treble Clef 3, 45 Treble Clef Club 1 year5 Glee Club one-half year5 "The Land Is Bright" 4. HARRY DANIEL CHADWICK Dairy Judging Tearn5 Treasurer of F. F. A.5 4151 Club5 F. F. A. basketball. MARJORIE CHARLTON BEVERLY COCI-IRAN Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Advertising Staff Jacket Journal 45 "W'hat a Life" 35 Vice Pres. Senior Class 45 intra- mural basketball 3, 45 G. A. C. 35 For- um Queen Attendant 45 "VVe Hold These Truths" 4. NED COCHRAN MAXINE COCKERI-IAM Travel Club 15 Nature Club 15 Girl Reserves 1, 3, 45 Commerce Club 1, 3, Z5 intramural basketball 35 usher Junior lay. PATSY COILE Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Pres. 45 Choir 1, 2, 35 Secretary 35 Student Council 3, 45 Secretary 35 Secretary Junior Class 35 Ring Committee 35 "XVhat a Life" 35 "Naughty Mariettal' 15 "l'in- att'ore" 25 "Dusky Dark Clouds" 35 Dramatic Club 15 intramural basket- ball 3, 45 Football Queen Attendant 35 Forum Queen Attendant 3, 45 Annual 45 Class Prophecy Committee 45 Senior Prom Committee 45 College Club 3, 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. JOHN C. COOKSEY Band l. 2. 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 "W'l1at a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 intramural bas- ketball 45 Photo Editor Annual 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. KAYE CRIDER "Naughty Marietta" 15 Drum Major- ette 45 Girl Reserves 1 2, 3, 4. BETTY CROUTHERS Commerce Club 35 Glec Club 45 Choir 45 F. H. A. 45 Girl Reserves 3. GEORGE T. CULBERTSON Reserve football 1, 25 reserve basket- ball 15 varsity football 3, 45 Captain 45 All N.C.O. football team 45 elected to N.A.S.S. 35 intramural basketball 2, 3. 45 jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Pres. Z5 Senior I-Ii-Y 35 Vice Pres. Junior Class 35 "lVhat a Lifeu 35 Senior Play Committee 45 Student Council 3, 45 Vice Pres. 35 Pres. 45 Jacket Journal 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 35 College Club 3, 45 Vice Pres. "V" Club 35 track 35 golf 35 projector operator 45 "The Land Is Brightl' 4. L. D. CURRY Viee Pres. Sophomore Class Z5 Choir5 reserve football 1, 25 varsity football 3, 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. DOROTHY J. DAVIS Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 1. 2, 35 Jacket Journal Reporter 45 Student Council 45 "Lost Pleiad" 35 Travel Club 1. ROBERT M. DAY Stage crew for "What a Life" 3. MARTHA LEE DEWITT Travel Club5 Home Ee. Club. WALTER DICKINSON HAROLD GAYLE DORSEY Travel Club, Finance Chr. 35 Choir 2, 35 Operetla 25 llflinstrel 3. JANET EILEEN DOUP Travel Club 15 Commerce Club 35 Girl Reserves 35 basketball Z. THELMA IRENE ELDER Girl Reserves 15 Travel Club 25 Com- mercial Club 35 volleyball 3. JOCELYN FAWCETT Commercial Club 1. KATHRYN ANN FLETCHER Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 15 Dramatic Club Z5 Commercial Club 1, 25 Choir5 basketballg G. A. C. J AN ICE FOGLE MARJORIE FRYE Travel Club 15 Commercial Club 3, 4. EUGENE LEROY GARDNER JAMES WILLIAM GATTON Commercial Club 3, 45 Travel Club 1, 25 football 3, 45 Chef Club 1. LESTER CRAIG GEORGE Football 15 Choir 35 jr. I-Ii-'Y 15 Na- ture Club Treas. 35 Minstrel 35 intra- mural basketball 3. ELEANOR RUTH GRAHAM Tl'-'NCI Club 1. 2, 39 Commerce Club 1, 2, 45 Quiz Book Club 35 Girl Re- serves 3, 45 usher "Kind Lady" 4. RUSSELL E. HALL Track l, 25 Student Council 2, 3. JOHN HARRIS Football 1, 2, 3, 45 intramural basket- ball. ALMA LUCILLE HARROD Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 VV. Club 1, 2, 35 basketball 1, Z, 3 45 jr. High Choir 15 journal- ism Stalf 35 Girls' Ilealth Club 1. 25 Treas. of Dramatic Club 15 Press Club 25 Secretarial Club 25 Girls' Handi- craft 1. EILEEN ROSELLA HESS F. I-I. A. 2, 35 Girl Reserves 3. LINN IE CORDELIA HIGHWARDEN Girl Reserves 1, Z, 35 G. A. C. Z, 35 Home lie. 35 Dramatics 35 Commerce Club 1. FLORENCE FERN HORLA CHER Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 2, 35 "The Lost Pleiad" 3. MARJORIE ANNE HOUSHOLDER Choir 1 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 35 Travel Club 15 Commerce Club 15 G. A. C. Z5 Glee Club 4. ULA JEAN HULL Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Nature Club 15 "VVhat a Life'i 35 'LPiua.fore" Z5 Min- strel Show 35 Junior Choir 15 basket- ball 35 volleyball 35 baseball 3. 45 band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Library Staff 1, 2, 35 l'aper 45 Annual 4. CHASE HUNTER, JR. Press Reporter 45 F. F. A. basketball team 45 Wood Judging team 45 Pres. of local 4-H Club 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JACK CLARENCE LEE HURLOW Travel Club 1, 25 Commerce Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 35 Arts and Crafts 15 Photo Club 2. JUANITA M. HURPS Choir 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 1, 35 Girl Reserves 15 "XVhat a Life" 35 Treble 'Clef Club 35- "Dusky Dark Clouds" 35 "Pinafore" 2. MAURICE EUGENE JACKSON RUTH LOUISE IZENBERG Travel Club 1. JEROME M. KALER Ili-Y 1, Z, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Paper Staff 35 Adv. Mgr. Annual Staff 45 "VVhat a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 Col- lege Club 3, 45 Chairman Jr. Play Com. 35 French Club 35 Vice Pres. Dramatic Club 35 Homecoming Com. 45 "The Land ls Bright" 4. JULIUS KECK JAMES RICHARD KERIN Basketball 1, 25 football 2, 3, 45 intra- mural basketball 3, 45 baseball 3, 45 boxing 3, 45 Choir 35 Minstrel Show 35 Jr. Ili-Y 25 Varsity V Club 35 Senior Class Pres. 45 "The Land ls Bright" 4. MARJORIE M. KING Choir 1, 2, 35 Treble Clef 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Travel Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 25 Commercial Club 1, 2. 35 Class NVilI Com. 45 Student Council Treas. 3, 45 "Naughty Marietta" 15 "Pina fore" 25 "Dusky Clouds" Minstrel 35 Ticket Chairman "NVhat a Life" 3. LOU ANNE KOCH Choir 35 Treble Clcf 3, 45 Girl Re- serves 3. 45 Finance Chr. 45 G. R. Dance Decoration Chr. 35 Student Council 3, 45 Chr. of lllonitor Comm. 45 Literary Editor Forum Staff 45 "VVhat a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 "Dusky Dark Clouds" 35 "lfVe Hold These 'l'ruths" 45 College Club 3, 45 Chr. of Coronation and Carnival Dance 45 "The Land ls Bright" 4. JOHN DEN SMORE LAHMON S. N... DUAN E LAMBILLOTTE Hi-Y5 Nature Club, l'residcnt5 football 3, 45 golf 2, 3, 45 track5 Stage Manager "lVl1at a Life" 35 Stull's All Stars. BETTY JANE LAWRENCE Girl Reserves 25 Commercial Club 45 Junior Choir 15 Student Council 45 Chairman Senior Class Play Commit- tee 45 "The Land ls Bright" 4. KENNETH L. LAYMON ROBERT H. LEHMAN R. O. T. C.5 Jr. lli-Y 25 Band 35 Sr. Hi-'Y 3, 45 "lNhat a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 Editor Jacket Journal 45 Social Chr. Hi-Y 45 College Club 3, 45 "The Land Is Bright' 4. CLINTON C. LIPPMAN Band 1, 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Orchestra. 35 "I'inafore" 25 Minstrel 35 "XVhat a Life" 3. ROBERT LITTLE WILLIAM LEROY LITTLE Photo Club 15 Pres. of Travel Club 15 Minstrel 35 Senior Choir 35 Commerce Club 35 Chef Club 3. MARJORIE ANN LOCKARD Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Treble Clef 3, 45 Annual Calendar Staff 45 "What a Life" 35 Girl Reserves 1, 25 Nature Club 15 Girls' Glce Club 45 Minstrel 35 "Naughty Marietta" 15 "Pinafore" 25 glassl xVill Committee 45 "The Land Is rig t 4. MARGARET DOROTHY MARTIN Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 25 "Lost Pleiad" 35 Commerce Club 3. MARTINA H. MAWER Home Ee. Club5 F. Il. A. Club. GENE MEKENZIE Band 25 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Trav- el Club 25 Commerce Club 3, 45 Sec'y Commerce Club 45 Nature Club 1. ROY MCMILLEN FRANCES E. MCPHERSON Nature Club 25 Choir 35 Minstrel Show: Assistant Exchange Editor Jack- et Journal Stal'f5 Girl Reserves 1. HELEN ARLENE MCVEY Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, -35 Li- brary Staff 2, 35 Band 2, 35 Girl Re- serves 1, 2 3, 45 Minstrel 35 "Pinafore" 25 Latin Club 15 Music Club 25 "Lost Pleiad" 3. PATRICIA MEHL Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Travel Club 1, 25 G. A. C. 3. THOMAS ORSON MINTIER Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 2. 35 Hi-Y 45 Cheerleader l, 3, 45 "What a Life" 3: Choir 45 Student Council 45 Nature Club5 Library Staffg 'The Land Is Bright" 4. VIVIAN L. MORRISON Commerce 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 35 Dramatics 15 volleyball 3. IVAN MOSSHOLDER JANET MOSHOLDER Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Travel Club 2, 35 Commerce Club 3, 4. VIRGINIA MOTHERALL Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 CVicc Pres. 415 Secretarial Club 15 French Club 2, 3 fSec'y 31, College Club 3, 45 "VVhat a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 Journal Staff Sub. Mgr. 45 Chr. ot' Prophecy Comm. 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. CHARLES B. NEHER Band 1, 25 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2 CTreas. ZJ5 Lati11 Club 15 Operetta 25 Minstrel 35 Paper Staff 35 Annual 45 varsity bas- ketball 45 Home Ee. Club 35 College Club 3, 4. RALPH STEWARD NEIGHBARGER DORIS ELIZABETH OAKES Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Travel Club 1, 2, 35 baseball 1, 2, 35 basketball 1, 2, 35 volleyball 1, 2, 35 Commerce Club 45 Nature Club 1, 2. BETTY EILEEN PARGEON Girl Reserves 1, 25 G. A. C. 1, 25 Honor Club 1, 25 French Club 35 Col- lege Club 3, 45 Paper Staff 45 Play Committee 45 Latin Club 1, 25 basket- ball 1, 2. 35 volleyball 1, 2. WILLIAM GORDON PARNELL Varsity basketball 3, 45 Treasurer of Senior Class5 Nature Club5 Jr. HiY- 1. TALITHA JEAN PINKLEY "Kind Lady" 45 Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3, 45 French Club 35 Latin Club 1, Z5 gollegc Club 35 Junior Women's Club PAUL J. POLAND, JR. Student Council 1. PHYLLIS JAYNE PORTER Pres. G. A. C. 35 Reporter Jacket Jour- nal 45 G. A. C.5 Girl Reserves5 basket- ball5 volleyball. PAUL PRYOR Band 1, 2, 3. 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Cornhuskers 3, 45 Choir Minstrel 35 State Champ. Brass Quartet 35 Trumpet Quartet 35 Trumpet Trio 3, 45 Photo Club 1. VIRGINIA ANNE PUGH Choir 15 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 45 Com- merce Club 3, 4, Cllres. 435 Travel Club 2, 35 "Lost I'leiad" 3. HAROLD R. PURDY Travel Club 15 Science Club 25 base- ball 3. ROBERT S. RANSOM Pres. Jr. Class5 Sec'y of Sophomore Class5 Annual Staff 3 45 basketball 2. 3, 45 football 3, 45 N.C.O. football 45 N.C.O. basketball 3, 45 V. Club 35 Jr. Hi-Y 25 Student Council 3. Page One Hundred-sixty-one PI-IYLLIS ANN ROBB Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 fPublicity Chr. 415 G. A. C. 15 Nature Club 15 French Club 15 Homecoming Com. 45 "The Lost Pleiad" 35 Make--up Com. "NVhat a Life" 35 Prop. Com. "Kind Lady" 45 Latin Club5 College Club 3, 45 Art 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. FRED C. ROBINSON Football 3, 45 basketball. GENE GORDON ROUSE Football 1, 2, 3, 45 basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 track 25 baseball5 boxing5 V. Club. PAUL K. ROWE Vice Pres. F. F. A. Z5 Captain of F. F. A. basketball team 35 Treasurer of F. F. A. 15 "1Ve Hold These Truths" 45 Boys' Glce Club 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Ag Quartet 45 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. EMMA RUBINO "Dusky Dark Clouds" 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 45 Jr. Choir 15 Girl Reserves 2, 45 "Pina- fore' 25 "NVe Hold These Truths" 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. IDA RUBINO Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Treble Clef 35 Min- strel 35 Commerce Club5 Girl Reserves 4. LUCILLE RYAN "Naughty Marietta" 15 "Pinafore" 25 "Dusky Dark Clouds" 35 Choir Z, 3, 45 Jr. Choir 15 Treble Clef Club 3, 45 Travel Club 1, 25 Program Chairman Commerce Club 45 Commerce Club 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 "XVe Hold These Truthsn 4. ADA SCI-INITZER Girl Seserves 1, Z. JACK S. SCHLOSSER . Basketball5 football5 Ir. Hi-Y5 track5 Student Councilg "The Land Is Bright" 4. ULDINE M. SCHORR Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 35 Commerce Club 35 G. A. C. 1, 25 Na- ture Club Z. MARION E. SCOTT Girl Reserves5 G. A. C. HUBERT DON SHANNON Hi-Y 1, 2. MAXINE MARIE SHARP Commerce Club 3, 45 Cooking 1, 2. WILMA JEAN SHEFFER Choir 2, 35 Commerce Club 1, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 15 G. A. C. 35 "Pina- fore"5 "Dusky Dark Clouds"5 Minstrel. BARBARA EILEEN SHULTZ Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 45 Commercial Club 1, 3, 45 Nature Club l5 G. A. C. 35 Travel Club 25 usher "1Vhat a Life" 3. Club Page One Htmdred-sixty-two 8 . N ..t.l ROY JOHN SIDERS, JR. Commerce Club 15 Choir 25 Operetta 3. MAXINE M. SMALL Orchestra 1. Z5 Travel Club 15 Dra- matic Club 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM CHARLES SMITH Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 45 Choir 25 "Pinafore" 25 Pho- to Club 1 tSecretary15 reserve basket- ball 1, 25 "NVhat a Life" 35 Secretary of Sr. Hi-Y 45 Classg State Fair Is Bright" 4. Secretary of Senior Band 35 "The Land DOYLE SMITH F. F. A.5 Library Club5 football5 F. F. F. A. Parliamentary A. basketball5 F. Proceedurc Team5 State Farmer5 F. F. A. Judging Team. CHARLES SNEDDEN MARY ELLEN SOLES Girl Reserves 15 Grade Choir 2, 35 French Club 35 "Pinafore" 25 Minstrel 35 Latin Club 1. GEORGE NEIL STEINMETZ Orchestra 1. 2, 35 Travel Club5 Ir. Hi-Y 25 football manager 1, 2, 35 has- ketball manager 25 baseball manager 35 V Club 35 intramural basketball 3, 45 Chef Club 3. MELLIE G. STILLWELL Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Girl Re- serves Pres. Z5 Sophomore Class Pres. 25 "What a Life" 35 Adv. Manager ,Tackct Journal 45 Social Chr. Girl Re- serves 45 French Club 35 College Club 3, 45 Jr. Choir 15 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Chairman jr.-Sr. Prom5 "The Land Is Bright" 4. KENNETH LEE STULL Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 football 1, 2, 3. 45 Vice President of Nature Club5 Stu- dent Council 3 CVice Pres. 41. MAXINE STULL Dramatic Club 15 Commerce Club 35 Girl Reserves 3, 4. RICHARD DARWIN STULL Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 25 Nature Club 15 jr. Hi-Y 15 intramural basket- ball 35 Trumpet Quartet 3. DONNA LORENNE SWADENER Girl Reserves 1, 25 Travel Club 1. DONALD W. TAYLOR Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 415 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 "What a Life" 35 Paper Staff, Bus. Mgr. 45 "Kind Lady" 4. CLAIRE JEAN TEMPLE Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 fTreas. 415 Commerce Club 2, 35 Nature Club 1, 25 Booster Club 15 Library Club 3, 4 CPres. 415 Dramatic Club 2. 3 fSec'y- Treas. 315 Forum Queen Attendant 35 Football Queen 45 Forum Queen 45 Honor Club 2: Travel Club 2, 3 !Sec'y 215 Jr. Play Comm. 35 "What a Life" 35 "The Lost P1eiad" 3. MATHILDE THEIBERT Nature 1, 25 Commerce Club5 Girl Re- serves 1, 2, 3, 45 Travel Club 15 base- ball 1, 2, 35 basketball5 G. A. C. 2. MEREDITH FERN THOMAS Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 fTrcas. 3, Pres. 415 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Treble Clef Singers 3, 45 Commerce Club 45 Nature Club 1, 25 Travel Club 25 "Pinafore" 25 Minstrel 35 "Naughty Marietta" 15 Girls, Glee Club 45 "The Land Is Bright" 45 G. A. C. 2, 3. ROBERT TULLOSS ELLEN TURNER Girl Reserves 1. 2. 3, 4 CSocial Comm. 1, See'y 3, Membership Chr. 415 Liter- ary Editor Paper Staff 45 Dramatic Club 1, 2 CTrcas. 115 Nature Club 15 Attendant to Football Queen 25 Attend- ant to Forum Queen 3, 45 College Club 45 "VVhat a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 "Naughty Marietta" 25 jr. Ring Comm. 35 Sec'y Prom Comm. 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. HERBERT VERNON PATRICIA ANN VERNON Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 15 Society Editor of Paper 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Make-up Committee uhvllilt a Life" 35 Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom. 35 Latin Club 25 Secretary of Orchestra 45 Vice Pres. Music Club 25 "The Land ls Bright" 4. ANNABELLE WALKER Girl Reserves 1, Z, 35 Girls' Athletic Club 1. 2. GERALD M. WALKER Annual 1, 2, 3, 4 CEditor 415 Honor Club 15 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Photo Club 1, 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4 CTreas. 415 Chairman Commencement Committee 35 College Club 3, 45 "What a Life" 35 "Kind Lady" 45 sound projector operator 45 Chairman Paper Drive 45 "The Land Is Bright" 4. MARTHA WATSON President Freshman Class 15 Chairman of Biology Club5 Glee Club CPres. 115 Freshman Play 15 Sophomore Play 25 basketball 25 Sec'y of Debating Club 25 Sec'y of Sophomore Class 25 G. A. C. 25 Girl Reserves 35 Glee Club 3, 4. CORNELIA JUNE WHEATON Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Commerce Club 3, 45 usher "1Vhat a Life" 3. EILEEN WILLIAMS Girl Reserves 1. 25 junior Choir 15 Senior Choir 2, 35 "Naughty Marietta" 15 "Pirates of Penzance" 25 Minstrel 35 Math. Club 15 F. H. A. 4. MARGARET KATHERINE WILLIAMS Glee Club 25 Nature Club 3. Seniafl. fqdfiwliied. HARRY RICHARD WILSON HAROLD B. WOODWARD ORREL MARIE WORKMAN NVnoI Judging Tcam5 F. F. A. Club. CLARENCE WIRICK Basketball 45 Baucl 15 jr. Hi-Y 2. ROY E. WISEMAN Arts and Crafts 1. Hi-Y 1, Z, 3. -l fI'rcs. 435 Student Council I. Z5 Bunil and Orchestra 2, 35 Bus. Mgr. Annual Staff 4: "XVhat a Life" 55 "Kind Lady" 45 College Club 3, 45 llonor Club 15 sound projector operator 45 Dramatic Club 35 Jacket journal 45 "The Land Is Brightl' 4. Treasurer of Sophomore Class 25 Treas- urer of junior Class 33 President of Latin Club 15 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 1, 2. BERNICE EVEALYN WRIGHT Girl Rescues 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 15 Student Council 35 "Wl1at a Life" 3: Home Ee. Club 2, 35 Commerce Clul' 25 Boosters' Club 1. MMM. of Me fvwmz JW Society of 194.2 The following people have been elected to the National Honor Society: GERALD M. WALKER HAROLD B. WOODWARD ARLENE BOCKOVEN VIRGINIA MOTHERALL DONALD W. TAYLOR PHYLLIS ANN ROBB MELLIE G. STILLWELL ROBERT H. LEHMAN MEREDITH FERN THOMAS CHASE HUNTER, JR. ELLEN TURNER GEORGE T. CULBERTSON ALICE LILLIAN BRICKER MARJORIE M. KING LOU ANNE KOCH PATSY COILE JEROME M. KALER MARJORIE ANN LOCKARD JOHN C. COOKSEY KENNETH L. LAYMON TALITHA JEAN PINKLEY . Page One H1mclrecl-siacty-three Compliments of Lynde's East Side Market Compliments of FOX'S GROCERY WADIIELL'S GRUGERY and Delicatessen "Full line of Richelieu can goods' Open Evenings and Sunday DELIVERY SERVICE - HOME BAKED - GOODS A SPECIALITY 101'N. Main St. Phone 1320 After you have left your school home and go into a home of your own, see the CITIZENS BUILDING LOAN 81 SAVINGS ASSUGIATIUN 6-8-10 E. VINE STREET MT. VERNON, OHIO V ..h. V VIBTURY MEAT MARKET FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR Buy your fresh and canned meats here N. A. MEIER 104 W. HIGH ST. CAIN fS GROCERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES and CANDY 401 N. Mulberry St. When you want skating of good quality skate at Ye ULIJB MILL 1 Mile South of Utica 13 Miles South of Mt. 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To Miss Cannon for her able supervision, to the staff for its excellent cooperation, to the student body for its loyal support, to those students of the Art Department who have so willingly lent their time and talents, and to the advertisers for their financial backing, the readers owe the enjoyngient of this, the 1942, FORUM. Sincerely yours, 4m,L . Page One Hundred swty seven Page One H1mclred-sixty-eight H2555 SP' 1 1-ff' -11 kk-'IM -- --QA:--:Ak':114M..:4g1i:1.1i4L21:1..-in 1'f.r3 "f.c, 1 fi.-1 L. Yi., 11. 5:ix.2' .iff 1 , fl .:: Ag, 1-l 91: 'fl 2'1"- 52.1251 QQ' 1 .N J- 1 43.1 5 J1 ' W.: 3, , 1, :1.' ,11.J '11 . ,.11 ,I 11 xg 1" r. . Ln 5 l 1... 1 'f-, :-.1 ... ,. 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