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Page 12 text:
The Sketch 1 1
OR THE LAST PEW YEARS the organization of the Home Room has
progressed until it is now the nucleus of all school activities.
HI-lome Room First" seems to be the motto of every boy and girl in
The Home Room has charge of the general administration of
the affairs within the room. They tend to create a proper attitude of
courtesy, loyalty. industry, sportsmanship, and other qualities
among the student body. At least once each month each home room
presents a program of entertainment to its members.
Occasionally parties are given which give the students social
training. The home room fosters a better relationship between the
teachers and students. They become better acquainted through their
cooperation in Home Room affairs. Students of the Home Room also
become better acquainted With each other.
The aim is, 'ATO make the home room the students home,"
Mr. Hopkins, Room 6
President ,,,.,.,,. .. Anna Shrock
Vice-President Vivian Smithson
Seretary . Virginia Thurston
Treasurer. Kathleen Smith
The project of this room,
planned by Sara Sprinkle, is
"Grant your trust to Home
Mr. Kelly, Room 104
President Robert Grant
VicefPresident Robert Hautem
Secretary Jeanette Jordan
Treasurer , Richard Garber
Miss Coy, Room 106
President Mary Flannagan
Vice-President Howard llart
Secretary and Treasurer
. ,...... . Robert Fultz
Mr. Weaver, Room 108
President .. . . Paul McCoy
Vice-President. Frank Murphy
Secretary and Treasurer..
. .... , Betty Liniger
Misses Beals and Hadley.
President . .Forest Kendall
Vice-President . John Rhorer
Secretary Doloras Paxton
Treasurer Eugene Pennington
Miss Studder, Room ll4
President Max Long
Vice-President Helen Kuhnheirn
Secretary . Margaret Lines
Mrs. Curlcss, Room 116
President Doris Davis
Viet-Presidetit .Junior Conrads
St-tri-r.1ry and Treasurer
Project: Martin Boots Junior
High Scrap Book.
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10 The Sketch yy
Dramatic Club, Do as You Please
Club, Glee Club, Girl Reserves.
"A girl of activity."
Hall Patrol, Department Editor of
Sketch, Glee Club.
"Oh, la, lag I'm a tramp."
Girl Reserves, Hobby Club, French
Club, Track '29.
"If you need flowers, call on Lor-
"Gas City shoe salesman."
Girl Reserves, Student Council, Track
"Find Marjory and you'll find Jean."
Student Council, Art Club, Glee
Club, 9A Orchestra.
"He moved-but, we will always re-
GEORGE A. MILLS
Varsity Football '29, Track '27, '28,
'29, Second Team Varsity Basketball
'29, Junior High Basketball, Sec'y 8
Treas. of the Junior Salesmanship
Club, Hall Patrol, President Home
Room 27, First Aid Club.
"The boy who causes Red Grange a
lot of worry."
"Kit Carson's only rival."
9A Secretary of Home Room, Presi-
dent of Girl Reserves, Study Club.
"Why bring that up."
Girl Reserves, President of Dramatic
Club, Athletic Director.
"The Mysterious Tiger."
"Our future Longfellow."
9A Treasurer Home Room, Junior
Hi-Y, Glee Club.
"A future Paul Whiteman."
"The best imitation we'ue seen yet
of a monkey."
"A quiet, dandy fellow."
J EANNE REED
Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club, Glee
Club, President of French Club.
"Loyalty to the school is Jeanne's
Junior Hi-Y, Circulation Manager of
Sketch, Home Room President, '28:
Hall Patrol, '28, Band III.
"Girls, ain't he cute."
Girl Reserves, Art Craft Club.
"A quiet, all round scholar."
Girl Reserves. Art Craft Club.
"Another victim of Algebra,"
Girl Reserves, Orchestra. Track '29.
"Thelma is so quiet I wonder what
she has up her sleeve?"
Glee Club, Girl Reserves. Dramatic
Club. French Club.
"Dependability--her middle name."
President of Cartoon Club, President
of Vocational Information Class.
"John Gilberfs second."
Girl Reserves. President of Do As You
"A smile for everyone,"
Junior Hi-Y, Hall Patrol, Swimming,
Club. Assistant Business Manager of
"l ain'l got nobody--says who?"
Girl Reserves. .
"Norma Snodgrasss shadow "
"When he's in shop you know he'll
Girl Reserves. Do As You Please Club.
"Just a Gas City belle."
"l ran'f get thu! Biology."
Girl Reserves. '
"W'hy teachers visit Richmond "
"Mum is the word."
Girl Reserves, Hobby Club. French
Club. Track '29, Short Story Cub,
"Do much. Say less H 1
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1 1 2
j The Sketch
"What kind of a room would
mty room be
If everyone in it-were just like
Miss Sturgis, Room 118
.... . . , .Mary Ellen Thornburg
Vice-President ,...... Billy Roessler
Secretary and Treasurer r.......
.....,...........E1ta Mae Schultz
Project: Traveling to different
parts of the United States.
Motto: "We look forward to
Miss Williams, Room 202
President ir.,...,........ Virginia Vey
Vice-President ..,... ,. ....r...,s .
............Annabel Van Winkle
Secretaryvand Treasurer ....., .
Mrg Stephens, Room 204
President ..,.. .Florence Maynard
Vice-President Maxine Mahoney
Secretary and Treasurer .t....,.
.. ,.,.. ,,..,, , ..Wayne Sanner
Miss French, Room 206
President ,,t..,.... Margaret Conners
Vice-President ,,,...,. Earl Hawkins
Secretary... .. .,.. .Evelyn Herring
Treasurer... ..,,.,.. Thomas Buteau
Miss Eastman, Room 208
President ............,., Robert Parker
Vice-President ,........... Earl Jolliff
Secretary and Treasurer...
Project: Nature Stugdyv
Misses Nussbaum and Jones
President ...... Josephine Callahan
Vice-President -Marjorie Cherry
Secretary and Treasurer .....,.,..
Motto: "Green and Whzte
ight for the right."
Miss Priest, Room 214
President ...... Lenard Rosenbaum
Vice-President ............ ... ...
Secretary ............... Frances Sloop
Treasurer ........... Robert Smith
U Project: Travel Talks.
Miss Walter, Room 216
President .. Wilson Woo-dmansee
Secretary and Treasurer ..........
... . .. ....., ..,... J une Usher
Miss Curtis, Room 218
President .... Mary Lou Anderson
Vice-President ..,. Charles Colbert
Secretary and Treasurer ........
Project: Know Marion.
Miss Manson, Room 220
President . .. .. ........ Helen Cole
Vive-President .,..... Robert Davis
Secretary and Treasurer ....,,,,
.. . .Joseph Custer
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