FacultyMiss Georgie Mitchusson - - - - - English
Miss Clara Friedley - - - - - History
Mr. McFadden - - - - - History
Miss Stockberger - - - - - History
Mr. Held - - - - - History
Miss Frances Durrenberger - - - - - Botany
Mr. Banta - - - - - Chemistry, Physics
Miss Emery - - - - - English
Mr. Pflasterer - - - - - English, Public Speaking
Miss Gunn - - - - - English
Miss Chase - - - - - English, Journalism
Miss Cox - - - - - English
Miss Alford - - - - - Latin
Miss Painter - - - - - Latin
Miss Roberts - - - - - Latin
Miss Brooks - - - - - French, Algebra
Miss Owens - - - - - Geometry
Mr. Turmail - - - - - Algebra, Geometry
Miss R. Dodt - - - - - Commerce
Miss G. Dodt - - - - - Commerce
Miss McGinnis - - - - - Cooking
Mr. Stuckey - - - - - Manual Training
Mr. Ivey - - - - - Physical Director
Mr. Cezar - - - - - Stone Work
Miss Carlton - - - - - Physical Training
Miss Teare - - - - - Sewing, Dean of Girls
Miss Marhall - - - - - Supervisor of Art
Miss Martin - - - - - Supervisor of Music
Miss Parham - - - - - Secretary
Mr. Laughlin - - - - - Vice President of School Board
Mr. Martin - - - - - President of School Board
Mr. Pentzer - - - - - Secretary - Treasurer of School Board
Miss Shaffer - - - - - School Nurse
Miss Childs - - - - - Secretary
Bass, Frank Reed
Beyers, John Emmet
Bickenheuser, Mary K.
Correll, Helen E.
Coyle, Delilah M.
Cummings, Amy Lee
Cummings, Josephine Samuelson
Guthrie, Catharine M.
Hayes, Helen Marie
Holmes, Mildred Ridge
Pace, William F.
Perkins, Mary Josephine
Powers, Mary Elizabeth
Quackenbush, Anna Mary
Smith, Mary Elizabeth
Smith, Wm Z.
Stone, Anna Mildred
Williams, Vernon H.
Senior Class History 1927
An Ordinary Class which has accomplished much by concerted action is the class of 1927. Four years ago a quite ordinary group of beginners invaded the classrooms of B. H. S. They were just plain, over-awed stumblers in the paths of knowledge, Now, four year have passed and instead of green "freshies" the mills of knowledge have turned out one hundred odd rather undignified seniors.
In so far as scholarship is concerned there are many names which stand forth in almot monumental proportions. In this group are several girls - Mona Mitchell, Gwendolyn Asbell, Lillian Cezar and Betty Bishop.
In athletics stand some truly great figures such as Cummings, Thomas, Quackenbush, Kruchten, Owens, Pitman, Potter, Peyton, Conley and Malicote. Cummings, one of the best floor men in the state; Thomas, our snappy track man, and Conley, the best wrestler yet developed by Bedford High, are worthy of note in any athletic gathering. Kruchten was proclaimed all-state back guard.
The bulwark of the publication staffs comes from the senior class. In the annual staff are found Charles Brazzel, Dorothy Baker, Lillian Cezar, William Pace, Margaret Pierce, Mildred Holmes, Francis Spalding, Philip Malicote and William Smith. On the paper staff are Frank Bass, Artemis Blackwell, Joseph Moore, Mona Mitchell, Margaret Pierce, George Klein, William Pace, Alice Fielder, Francis Spalding, Mary Bickenheuser, Veda Clark, Alice Fielder, Dorothy Henderson, George Klein, Robert Potter and Mary Powers.
At the beginning of their senior year they organized; Francis Spalding was elected president; Walter Pitman, vice-president; William Maroney, treasurer; and Jeannie Hamilton, secretary. Miss Mitchusson was chosen as sponsor. Shortly afterward the class jewelry and clothing were chosen. Bobby Heitger, Mona Mitchell, and Todd Gainey were appointed to the committee on ways and means. Business was now flowing smoothly so they decided that a party was next in order. Accordingly, one black, rainy night they motored to Camp Bedford and despite the weather, enjoyed themselves immensely. Money was raised by entertainments, stands, and by the usual sale of holly wreaths.
Despite the fact that talent was not outstanding, the class has been able to accomplish much by steady team work and the invaluable aid of their instructors.