Cameron High, Class of 1932

Submitted by Crystal Hart Allen.

Charles Edward Hart (1913-1990), my father, graduated with the Cameron High School Class of 1932. Mementos and newspaper clippings of his school days and classmates have been retyped and are offered to all those who may be searching for their roots in Cameron, WV.


Charles Edward Hart

TWENTY-FOURTH
Annual Class Night Exercise
CAMERON HIGH SCHOOL
School Auditorium
May 26-27, 1932

I. “Judgment Bar”, By C. Leroy Eddy

Farmer John - Curtis Virgin
Farmer Jim - Ray Smith
Judge - Harry Durbin
Lawyer for Defense - Hazel Pierce
Lawyer for Prosecution - Anna Sommerfeld
Clerk of Court - Carl Anderson
Sheriff - Bernard Bonar
Court Stenographer - Margaret Phillips
Mr. A Critical Patron - Paul Phillips
Miss Ida Donethisway - Helen Gosney
Miss Faultfinder - Mary Phillippi
John Forte - Charles Hart

Witness for the defense:

Soloist - Lillian McNicholas
Class President - Lenore Spragg
Historian - George Wells
Testator - Florence Wright
Poet - Hazel Whipkey
Prophet - Marjorie Pipes
Captain of the basketball team - Allen Phillippi

II. Junior Serenade

III. Class Donors

Caroline Howard
Mildred Chaddock

IV. Awards:

J. Randall Crowe Sportsmanship Cup - Donor
Woman’s Club Scholarship Medal - Mrs. John Hopkins
S. A. R. Good Citizenship Medal and Balfour Scholarship, Loyalty, and Achievement Medal - Miss Florence A. Wright

Twenty-Fourth
ANNUAL SERMON
Cameron District High School
May 29, 1932
School Auditorium
8:00 O’clock

Prelude - Mrs. Lucille Reid
Singing Lead On, O King Eternal - Congregation
Scripture Reading - Rev. W. E. Pierce
Invocation - Rev. W. E. Anderson
Anthem - Sing Unto the Lord a New Song - Carrie B. Adams - Union Choir
Sermon - The Challenge of the Uncertain - Rev. J. J. McKeny
Anthem - Sing His Praises - Harry D. Clark - Union Choir
Benediction - Rev. C. E. Woodward

Union Choir Under the Direction of Mrs. Minnie B. Davis

TWENTY-FOURTH
ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT
CAMERON HIGH SCHOOL
May 31, 1932
School Auditorium
8:00 O’clock

Processional - Miss Gretchen Lowe
High School Prayer - Junior Class - (Written by High School Students)
Salutatory - Evelyn Wendell
Vocal Quartet:
(a) “The Little Church in the Valley” - E. Van Alstyn
(b) “I’d Build a World in the Heart of a Rose” - Nicholls
Misses Gertrude Simms, Virginia Toothman
Messrs. Charles Leichter, Wendell Jackley
Class Orations:
(a) “Farm Relief” - Verle Phillips
(b) “Danger of Communism” - Robert Coen
(c) “Child Health and Education” - Lenore Spragg
Brass Quartet:
(a) “Out of the Dusk To You” - Dorothy Lee
(b) “One Fleeing Hour” - Philip Levinsky
Messrs. Fred Conner, George Wells, Paul Phillips and Jane Todd
Valedictorian - Waunita Wendell
Presentation of Class - Principal Agnes McDermott
Presentation of the Diplomas - Supt. Florence A. Wright
Doxology - Graduates


List of Graduates

Carl Anderson - Bernard Bonar - Mildred Chaddock - Charles Clark - Robert Coen - Fred Conner - Mabel Monroe Culley - Oma Dobbs - Harry Durbin - Helen Gosney - Charles Hart - Caroline Howard - Brooks Huffman - Wendell Jackley - Howard King - Lillian McNicholas - Marjorie Pipes - Hazel Pierce - Margaret Phillips - Paul Phillips - Verle Phillips - Allen Phillippi - Mary Phillippi - Raymond Pyles - Thomas Robinson - Ray Smith - Lenore Spragg - Anna Sommerfeld - James Todd - Virginia Toothman - Curtis Virgin - Harold Virgin - George Wells - Evelyn Wendell - Waunita Wendell - Hazel Whipkey - James Williams - Florence Wright

CAMERON SUBSTITUTE’S LONG SHOT WHIPS HUNDRED, 29-28

Hart Sinks Long Field Goal In Last Minute To Upset Century Five

Proficiency At Foul Line Aids Scott’s Cameron Team In Triumph

     Cameron High school upset Hundred high school’s cage outfit at the Cameron floor, last night, when Hart, a forward, flipped a long goal through the hoop in the closing minutes of play. The score was 29-28 in favor of Julian Scott’s Marshall countians.      Hundred outscored the victors from the floor but Julian Scott’s team was more proficient at the foul line and converted nine of 13 chances. The Century passers fell down on fouls, when their mark was six out of 14.      Flack led the attack for Cameron with three goals and had a perfect night with six free throws. Shultz and Hostettler were the best of the Hundred scorers. King contributed six points to the team total.      The Cameron Junior High dropped a 29-15 verdict to Hundred Juniors in the preliminary.

Summary of the main game:

Cameron, 29

Player - Pos. - G. - F.

Sharp - F - 2 - 1-4
Flack - F - 3 - 6-6
Ellvin - C - 1 - 2-3
Coen - G - 1 - 0-0
Everly - G - 2 - 0-0
Hart - G - 1 - 0-0

Total - 10 - 9-13


Hundred, 28

Shultz - F - 4 - 2-3
Hostettler - F - 3 - 1-3
Bartrug - C - 1 - 1-2
King - G - 2 - 2-1
Lemly - G - 1 - 0-1
Taylor - G - 0 - 0-1

Total - 11 - 6-14

Cameron - 9 - 13 - 23 - 29
Hundred - 8 - 17 - 26 - 28
Referee: Poindexter.

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