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The Log I borrowed from Charlin Gould was in pretty bad condition. Page 21 is in pretty bad shape.
Someone has taken a crayon to the page. With the US economy deep in the throes of a national depression, the only comfort Mr. Over kids now attend the Central school. Albert Schumaker was President of the senior class. Columbus, HopeIntramural Leagues, swim team, and girls volleyball.
I am trying to locate a copy of the yearbook log. Would you have a copy I could borrow? My, but how times change. It would be very unusual these days to find a mother naming her son or daughter "Isola," "Clarice," "Alberta," "Zola," "Leybourne," or "Ennis," but these names were popular at the time A few of the clubs pictured here: The Log and Triangle staff are present, as well as the orchestra and band This was the first year they went to state, only to be beaten by six points in the final game against the South Side of Fort Wayne.
The yearbook log will be posted in the near future! Seniorfacultyclubsand sports pics. The Log was dedicated to Noel Genth, geometry and algebra teacher. Irven King was President of the Senior Class. A Maxine Fulp graduated this year.
I wonder at this point in time if she was the same Miss Fulp I had as a teacher for the 3rd and 6th grades at State Street. The student council is pictured here, the first democratic student council first appearing at CHS in I compliment the staff that laid out the Log, as they did a superb job.
The gala and pagentry of this yearbook is unsurpassed, and the yearbook gives a wonderful glimpse of life in Columbus and life at CHS in Wendell Wilkie made a stop at the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot with over 10, people from Columbus showing up, and construction on the "most costliest church in the world," what we now know as the First Christian Churchwas highlighted.
A note about the senior pictures: And a pic from the May Festival will give readers of this site a great look at how it was to be a part of that graduating class. Faculty and seniors here as well. The Log states that, on September 12,of the graduating seniors began their high school career. Forty teachers were now employed at Central to educate, enlighten, and possibly entertain.
The king and queen of the May Festival is posted, as well as the football team. The Tennis team and golfers are also pictured here. Ralph "Santa Claus" Long graduated among the seniors. Ralph played Santa Claus at churches and schools around the area, and his obit is included here The Log had a "mascot" known as Squeaky.
Squeaky was a squirrel, and where he came from, I do not know. The threat of clothing rationing spills over into Central, and sewing classes are instructed in the fine art of "remodeling. Dean of girls and boys? Beatrice Crowe and J. If you want to get a good look at what school busses looked like, check out Page I counted 49 teachers on the faculty pages.
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