Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

 - Class of 1930

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W 451, 9,1 xl Ww--2 ,s V S J, xi M .69 -R if G' :Q-:.,r ,SRF Wm, if, W' if e. 'HQ S1 ' Wm' ? ' ' 4511 'ff- , . W ,A . - A 5, .J H. A. COMPTON J. R. NYCilf F. W. CQAMPHIQR Class of '97 Class of '96 Boortl of Education During the past year judge Harman has resigned from the Board of Education to become City Attorney. Mr. James R. Nyce has been elected to fill the vacancy. judge Harman served the schools most faithfully for several years, leaving with us many pleasant memories of his interest and loyalty. w i if . o 1 wwf' W! sw mid :G-mmm:-gpvf-af. - : wewvrxnr -ww nf -A f-Q isle 1 fits 000- -IZPZZITVCI 'E y J. F. WILEY l A.B., A.M. Superintendent Some one has said that a person should learn to listen to good music and to love it while attending school and then keep on through life with this enjoymentg he should learn to appreciate beautiful and artistic surroundings and take this love with him when he leaves schoolg he should learn to play games that add to the happiness and healthfulness of life and then keep on playing themg he should learn to be a good citizen of a school community and keep on being a good citizen in a larger communityg he should be inter- ested in history in school and develop a permanent interest in world affairsg he should learn to speak good English in school and continue to use good English in adult lifeg he should develop in school good habits, ideals and attitudes that will remain with him throughout life. All this, and more, I wish for every student of the Elkhart High School. JOHN W. HOLDEMAN A.B., A.M. Prinripal Among the many things that one can say to a graduating class, there is none more important than this: Keep an open mind towards the various problems that you will have to face. You will never know all there is to know about anything, so keep your ear turned toward every teacher, ever listening for a new truth or for a new application of an old one. Things do not just happen in the great business of life. Lindbergh is said to lead a charmed life, but I am inclined to believe that the charm is in his knowledge of the laws of aeronautics and the laws of mechanics. Yet he does not know all there is to know. Even now he is experimenting and studying how to develop a new type of plane that more adequately embodies the laws held secret by the elements. Other examples can be cited in different fields of activity and thought, but knowledge and understanding are always the basis for keen performance and successful achievement. So again 1 say, keep an open and inquiring attitude of mind, in order that you may discover, and apply, the laws existing in the task which you have to perform, and thus insure a successful future. CL.ARA VAN Nuys, A.B., A.M. llrml nf lirlglixb Drfrl Indiana State Normal Indiana University. MINNIE SNURE, A.B., A.M. Iinglish University of Michigan Michigan State Normal Donoruv KELLY, A.B. Iinglish Indiana State Teachers' College Columbia University Faculty A d v i s 0 r of Pennant Weekly and Pennant Annual. RUTH WENG Iinglish Indiana State Teachers' College Sponsor of January '30 Class. MARIE SHARP, A.B. Ifnglish Assistant Principal DePauw University University of Chicago Columbia University. RUTH BROUGHTON, A.B. Ifnglish Indiana University Sponsor of Girl Re SCfVCS. QIDINI: Huck, A.B. English Franklin College Indiana University. . X L. HORN, A.B. Iinglish Indiana State iI'C.lClICl'S College Sponsor .lune Class '31 Sponsor junior Hi-Y. I.ou1sE WVINTERNITZ Ph.B. lfnglish and Dramatics University of Chicago Sponsor of Dramatics Club Director of junior and Senior Class Plays. FLORIZNCIZ HILL, Ph.B., Ed.B llraul uf Ilisfory Dvpl. University of Chicago Nwisconsin State Nor- mal. R. A. SPROULL, A.B. l listory University of Illinois University of Chicago. Lois ENCLIEMAN, A.B. History james Millikin Uni- versity University of Colorado Indiana State Teachers' College S p o n s o r of january Class of '33. CAROLYN SACKETT, A.B. English and Spanish Elkhart H i g h School Graduate Indiana University Honorary Member of Rah Rah Club. Sponsor of june '53 Class. VVILBUR JONES, A.B. History and Civics DePauw University University of Chicago Sponsor of june Class of 1932. R. R. JORDAN, A.B. History Manchester College Ohio University Treasurer of Athletic Association. W. E. SANDS, A.B., A.M. History Wichita University Colorado College North Central College Illinois University. H.r Pier N, ,, A.M. istory Knox College Chicago University Minnesota University Sponsor of Fighting Fifty. J. E. MCCARTNEY, A.B., A.M., Ph.B. llrual of Mdfh4'lIldfil'S 1Jvpurfrm'nl University of Michigan Illinois Wfesleynn Uni- versity Massnchusetts Institute of Technology University of Chicago New York State Nor- mal Sponsor of Agar Club. KATHRYN JARVIS, A.B. Mathematics Indiana State Teachers' College. ELLA BROWN DORA, A.B. I.atin University of Nebraska University of Illinois. L. F. BRYNGELSON, B.A. History and Public Speaking Carleton College University of Minnesota Sponsor of Forum Debate Coach. ZIQLLA LEE BOONE, Ph.B. Mathematics Franklin College Columbia University Sponsor of Rah Rah Club. EDITH Gomes, A.B. Mathematics DePauw University Indiana University. BERNITA BURNS, A.B. Haul of Latin Depl. Elkhart High School Graduate DePauw University American Academy, Rome, Italy Sponsor of Latin Club GLADYS KING, A.B. Modern Language Franklin College University of Michigan S p on s o r of january Class of '31 S p o n s o r of Spanish Club Sponsor of Girl Re- serves. IVAN C. GII.I., B.S. Chemistry and Hygiene University of Illinois Indiana University. Noavat. ADAMS, B.S. Botany and Zoology Indiana State Teachers' College Purdue University Manchester College Indiana University, Ilurii Miavtin, A.B., A.M. Botany DePauw University Nebraska University. M. CUNNINGHAM, A.B. Hmm' of Moflfm Lun- guuge Delzurllzlelll Bethany College, West Virginia University of Chicago Sponsor of June Class of 1930 S p o n s o r of French Club. S. B. MACCRACIKEN, A.B. 1101111 of S1'ic'llz't' Dejll. Indiana State Teachers' College Indiana University johns Hopkins Univer- city University of Chicago Franklin College. STELLA CATHCART, B.S. Physics and Mathe- matics Westerii Maryland College University of Michigan CIARICE ROBINSON, A.B. 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X 'hf gwaw XX XXXXHX-.X ggwg QXXWX V X agua- kg ' X 33323-1.5-X'f - -fBXg5j5142t,,aX.bX, ,, ,f,g,:5X.,5Xq.N-XXX 'Xi::,- fy - , ,XXX ., ,X X , :X- -0' , -- ,X X 1 X,-.5-X:-'Ui' XX, 'X ' XX ' 5 . ', X . " ' ,-X S21 'fi 49" ' " X '-"IqXf:'fX1' New i " 1 , W 33 f X , X - '51, L2 'I M' U 1 f 4 D sl ff' W I 1 Z V f f 'F xy L' f9 QQT V ' 42 K' 50 K4 ZX LC G SENIORS 55 L 2: m L3 M E HOXVARD BEURLE Prcsidvnf of january 1950 Class GRAYDON HOLDEMAN JULIET OLSON WILLARD COMBS Miss WENG Trraslzrvr xliff'-PYf'Xidt'flf S!'l'I'l'fl1Yy Clam Sponsor ZPZZFTVU 0630-' XVILLIAM BARGIQR KA'I'IIItYN Bowan Secretary, IIC, Interclass Football, '27, In- Home Ifconomies Club, '28, Ilramatics Club, terelass Basketball, '27, '28, Hi-Yg President '29, '30, Costume Committee for junior Iiiggliting Fifty, '28, '29. MARGARITI' BINDER Liles Club, '29, '50, "Purple HOW'ARIJ BEURI li I.atin Club, '28. Agat Club, '29, '3U. Fighting Fifty, '28, '29, '50. Secretary, IIC. President, IIB, IA, IIA. Basketball, '26, '27, '28, '29. Football, '27, '28, '29, Annual Staff. ELILANOR Bowsnn May Qucen's Court, '29, "I'inafore". "Belle of BarI:elona". "Purple Towers". Rall Rall Club, '28, '29, '30. Towers". 111 Class Play, "Faraway Princess". CARROLL BURGER Track, '27, '28, '29, '30, Football, '28, '29. MARGARI-:T Boieis Pennant Reporter, '27. Social Chairman, '28. Ii I ow e r, Color and Motto Committee. Dramatics Club, '29, '30, Assistant Managing Ifditor of Annual. Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30 Senior Play Committee. Senior Ilay Committee. IVIARVIN Bout Varsity Track, '27, '28, '29, '30, Student 'I'l'.'IIl1Cl' of w"l'CSlllI1j1. Ili-Y. Iiigliting Fifty. ' 5' 'I'reasuI'cI', '29. .Sf , 5,-,M .,,. 3 9 . f' 3 E -A N 5355552 fVjQfZf'? 2 A ' 11-S4515 tilt? t EDWIN BRUBAKER GERALDINE DAY Track, '29, lnterclass Basketball, '28, '29. G. R., '29, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '30, t "For Distinguished Service", Spanish Club, '23, '29, '50, Glec Club, '26, '27, "H, M. s. 2 LEWIS CREIGH-1-ON Pinaforc"g "Maids of the Bamboo Screen", january Class History. Hi4Y, '29, '30, Fighting Fifty, '29, '30, l,atin Club, '29, '30, Aadile of Latin Club, '29. BERDINE IDKIKERHOFF' l Home Economics Club, '28, KENNETH CORPE '29. . A831 Club, '28 '29 '30' Secretary Agar V, Y - . ,Q - x ' i V , "tel-'mgIdcL",2Z"""c """"' Club, 30: lnterelass Basketball, '26, '27, Q ' mu" u ' ' Interelass Football, '27. Dramatics Club, '29. NVILLARD COMBS Class Treasurer, '27. Vice-President, '28. Social Committee, '28, Trcas. Senior Hi-Y, '29, '30. Fighting Fifty, '29, '30. Forum, '29, '30. President Forum, '30. President Latin Club, '29, '30 Business Manager junior Play '29. Business Manager Annual, '50 Debate Squad, '29, '30. Hi-Y Play, '29. Yell Leader, '30. "Thank You." Flower, Color, Motto Com. Senior Banquet Committee. May Orarorieal Contest. DALE Diecicuit T11uiu.ow DALRYMPLE Wrestling, '28. Art Club, '29. Hi-Y, '29. 1. xv rn E ai :.i.f.t2-mi: 'L 0030- PZZITITJ -42 '.igti1f2i5 Q rf?'?""-1 jF'Q:2 if 3 fieifisz. :ff -3, t i SM- - ills? 1 Q-9 . S., H xg. I5 L wi' gf? x .1 is t T 125.1 :335 I vt .gf iii 2 ai 6' gg? DIXIE FIELDS ROBERT DETWEILER L 'Etjiiigi' .fas- tg... 'E I I M. S . 113335-L ."f.fi'9 -Q 'FP' 3 . . ,M is 521551 w"V A, r A 55 i f? .sw w sg, es, 2 '29, Chorus, '28, "Pinafore"g ers", 'Lucky Jade." ROBERT EIJSALL Yell Leader, '27, '28, '29, W Fighting Fifty, '28, '29, D "Purple Towels." HOWARD DEXVATER Band, '26, '27, '28, '29. Orchestra, '28. Art Club, '26, '27. Track, '26, RUTH FIFER Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30. Rah Rah Club, '28, '29. Glee Club, '26, '27. Advertising Solicitor Pennant Weekly, '27, '28. Reporter Pennant Weekly, '28, '29. Alumni Fditor Pennant An- nual, '29. Ring and Pin Committee. "H. M. S. Pinaforef' "Maids of the Bamboo Screen." Social Committee, IC. President Spanish Club, '29. Rah Rah Club, '28, '29, '30, Glee Club, '27, Secretary of Fighting Fifty, '29g Interclass "Purple Tow- Basketball, '26, '27, '28, Football, '28, '29, restling, '27, ramatics, '29 5 ALTA MARIE COLE Commercial Club. JEAN HERBSTER Art Club, '28, '29, '30. Latin Club, 'zs, '29, Lao. Social Chairman Latin Club, '28. Band, '29, '29, 'J0. Tennis Team, '28, '29, '30. Pennant Advertising Staff, '28, '29 G. R., '27, '28, '29. n HARRY EARL Fighting Fifty, '27, '28, '29, '30. "Captain Applcjackf' Spanish Club, '29, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '30. Football, '26, '27. Track, '27. January Class Prophecy. Social Chairman, IIA. Circulation Manager Pennant Weekly. DEVON ELLIOT RUTH IVINS Chorus, Hi-Y, lnterclass Basketball, '28, '29, Track, '28, '29, '30. W'IN'f0N FQRREST Orchestra, '26, '27, '28, '29. GRAYDON PTOLDEMAN Scholarship lf, '27, '28. Orchestra, '26, '27, '28, '29. Mathematics Club, '28. Hi-Y. Fighting Fifty. Wrestling, '28, '29, '30. Vice-President, HC. Treasurer, IIA. Annual Staff. Chairman Senior Announce- ment Committee. Senior Play Committee. XVAYN1? Htzismx Band, '27, '28, '29, Spanish Club, '27, '30. Hi-Y, '29, '50, French Club, '29, '50, Art Club, '29, '30, Senior Class Play. M Chorus, '27, Glee Club, '28, '29, '50, "Belle of Barcelona", "Purple Towers", "Lucky Al-ide", Band, '28, '29, '30, Commercial Club, '29, '50. ARIAN LAPHAM Social Chairman, ID, Treasurer, IIC, Rah Rah Club, Dramatics Club, '28, '29, "jack and jill" of Pennant Weekly, Latin Club, '29, '50, "MeoW". EMILY LEONARD Chorus, '27, '28. Social Chairman Forum, '27. Vice-President Forum, '28, Forum, '29, '30, G. R., '27, '28, '29, '30. Rah Rah Club, '29, '30. French Club, '29, '30. Agat Club, '29, '30. May Queen's Court, '29. HA ROLD MILLER Intcrclass Basketball, '26. Varsity Basketball, '27. Secretary, ID. 2 XD-A OCA -lZP2Zl'Y'l'U s f Plays, Oo ff Qing 1"i:,L?fu ij-1' 122391 ,j ii, ' ki 'f 'I.,?':x G,i':2": u: -3 ti' 1 ,A J ' 1:1 - I Jia f as" " 5 2 if eg H 2 -Q Qsigs' g me , W 'fi:,1?: . 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R., '26, Ring and Pin Committee, Flower, Color and Motto Committee, Glee Club, '27, Chorus, '28, "Pinafore", Rah Rah Club, '27, '28, '29, Dramatics Club, '29, '30, "Captain Applejackn, Pennant Weekly Reporter, '27, '28, Advertising Manager, '28, Business Manager, '29, Senior Banquet Committee, Managing Editor Annual, '30, BURL GONDERMAN JOHN GARDA Interclass Basketball, '26. ELDRED I-IEETER Band, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Orchestra, '27 '28, '30, Junior Play Committee, Hi-Y, '29 '30, Fighting Fifty, '29, '30, Debate Squad '29, '30, Annual Staff. EVELYN GRANDSTAFF Rah Rah Club, '30, Latin Club, '29, '30 President, IB, Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30 "H, M. S. Pinaf0re", "Maids of the Bam boo Screen." RUTH GARVIN Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28 '29. Varsity Basketball, '27, '28. Secretary, IC. Secretary, IIC. BERTHA FUNKHOUSER Rah Rah Club, '29, S o cial Chairman Dramatics Club, '29. Commercial Club, '29, M Glee Club, '26, '27. "Maids of the Bamboo Screen.' "H. M. S. Pinaforef' Rah Rah Club, '28, '29, Pennant Weekly Reporter, '28 Social Committee, IC. Spanish Club, '28. M RVALTER HACKMAN Daria I'I0lfIfMAN ,IuL.i1e'r QBLSON Varsity Football, '26, '27, '28, Captain of Vice-President, IID: Treasurer, IC, President, Football Team, '28, Track, '28, Varsity Bas- IIC, Treasurer, IA, Vice-President IIA, Rah kctball. '26, '27, '28, Captain of Basketball, Rah Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, G, RW '27, '28, '28, '29, '50, President Dramatics Club, '29, 30, EMLLLINI1 SQUIBB Chorus, '21, Dramatics Club, '28, '29, '30 llrama Club Recorder, "The Kelly Kid', Prom Committee ,'29, Annual Staff, '30. SUSAN RIIIflfS Social Committee, IIC. Secretary, IIB. Dramaties Club, '29, Girl Reserves, '28, '29, LIQONARID l-Iuucms Treasurer, IIA. Treasurer Dramatic Club, '29 Fighting Fifty. Commercial Club. Ring and Pin Committee, '29 Interelass Basketball, '26, '27, '23, '29. Track, '29, Flower Day Committee, '29. Prop. Mgr. Senior Play, '29, Assistant Stage Manager juni- or Play, '28, "I5iabolical Circle." Annual Staff. "Haunted llnuse of Black- burn." "OvcrtOnes', Latin Club, '28, '29, '30, Senior Play Committee. ERNEST MATHIAS Dramatics Club, '29, '30, Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, "Belle of Barcelona", "Lucky jade", Fighting Fifty, '28, '29, 30, Football, 26, '27, lnterclass Basketball, '26, '27, '28' Senior Play Committee, "Thank You." a JOHN HORN Fighting Fifty. lnterclass Basketball, '25, '26. IJORRAINE PODAWILTZ G. R., '26, Home lfconomies Club '28, '29, 9 . ...zz . 11 a if ll J E 'S 2 L 4 S ii..-'fam F' V 1 if gg-A OO-I -IZDZZITVU .- ' ,.-':1".v.'a-, 1 ,. ' ' . ,- ' ' , . , ' 5 , . , MILO V. MCGOWAN Varsity Basketball, '26, '27, '28, Interclass Football, '27, Track, '27. JOHN MOORE "Thank You." EDISON NAFTZGAR Band and Orchestra, '26, 27, '28, '29, '30. Hi-Y, '29. 1' DONALD PAIGE Interclass Basketball. Varsity Basketball, '28, Varsity Track, '26, '27. Varsity Football, '28. ELMER OUSTERHOUT EARL ROWE Interclass Basketball, '26, Interclass Track, '26, Glee Club, '26, '27, '28, "Pinafore"g "Belle of Barcelona", Stage Electrician, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Student Representatives of thc Band, '28. ALLEN SMITLEY Varsity Football, '26, '27, '28. Varsity Track, '27, '28, 29. Wrestling Manager, '28, '29, '50, Chorus, '27. Social Chairman, I-B. ROBERT STEWART Band, '27, '28, '29, Orchestra, '27, '28, '29. Glcc Club, '29. President, IID. Hi-Y, '29, Secretary, IIB. Opcretta "Lucky jade." Second Place in State. Trombone Contest. MARY TIKOXI-.l. l'lARRIE'I'T SHREINER LILLIAN VOLLMAR G. R., '26, Vice-President, IID, Social Chair- man, IIA, Prom Committee, '29, Flower, Motto, Color Committee, '29, Glee Club, '27, Chorus, '28, "Pinafore", Rah Rah Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Dramaties Club, '29, 30, French Club, 27, '28, "Captain Apple jack", Pennant W'eeltly Reporter, '26, '27, Society Ifditor Pennant W'eekly, '28, '29, Managing lfditor, '28, '29, liditor-in-Chief Pennant Weekly, '29, '30, Annual Staff, "Deacon Dubbs", "Bachelor's Dream", lnvitation Committee, Senior Banquet Committee, Sen! ior Play Committee, Scholarship F, '27, Pres- Llent Northern lndiana Press Association. I'orgAlt Tllllklik lnterclass Basketball, '26, '27, '2S. MlIlJIil'IllTASKl,1R Orchestra, '26, '27, '23, Cilee Club, '27. G. R., '26, '28, '29. fi. R. Social Chairman, '28, fi. R., '27, '28, '29, '.lll. Class Secretary, '27, Vice-President, '21-I. Social Committee, '29, Glee Club, '27, '28, "Pinafore." "Belle of Barcelo- na." "Purple Towers." Rah Rah Club, '28, '29, '30. Spanish Club, '28, '29. Treasurer Spanish Club, '29, january Prophecy. Adv. Solicitor Pennant, '27. ALICE WALKER llranuties Club, '29, '30, Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28, '29, Home lieonomics Club, '29, Annual Staff, Chorus, '26, Glee Club, '27, '28, "Belle of Barcelona." WALTER WEI.I.S lli-Y. Pin Chairman. Dramatics Club. Treasurer, 2 -C. , lnterelass Basketball, '27, 28. lnterelass Track, 'Z 8. Assistant Athletic Editor Pen- nant W'eeltly, '23, '29. BIERNICE Yomzn Chorus, '27. Glee Club, '28, '29, '30, "Belle of Barcelona." "Purple Towers." 1 3135111-P2 ?1'ezrw Qe-,wuzfxzxwrf , A., , 3' ,J 2217111 OU ZP History of the January Class of 1930 HIS is Station E. H. S., Elkhart, Indiana. We will now read to you from the iles of the January Class of 1930. On October 22, 1926, the IID Class met and organized, choosing Miss Ruth Weng as their sponsor. The following officers were elected: President, Robert Stewart, Vice- President, Harriett Shreiner, Secretary, Harold Miller, Treasurer, Juliet Olson, and Social Chairman, Charlotte Oliver. The IID's held their first social gathering December 10, 1926, at the Y. W. C. A., in the form of a skating party. February 11, 1927, the IC Class, joined by those from Roosevelt, elected the fol- lowing officers: President, Virginia Mathias, Vice-President, Juliet Olson, Secretary, El- dred Heeter, Treasurer, Willard Combs, and Social Chairman, Robert Dreves. March 25 , 1927, the IC Class held a skating party at Blosser Park, Goshen, Ind. September 29, 1927, the IIC Class met in the gym to elect the officers for the semes- ter. They were: President, Juliet Olson, Vice-President, Graydon Holdeman, Secretary, Howard Beurle, Treasurer, Walter Wells, and Social Chairman, Robert Dreves. November 23, 1927, the IIC's held their party in the gym. Dancing and games formed the amusement. February 17, 1928, at a meeting held in Room 101, the IB's elected the following oiiicersz President, Evelyn Grandstaff, Vice-President, Robert Dreves, Secretary, Mary Troxel, Treasurer, John Garda, and Social Chairman, Margaret Boice. May 11, 1928, the 1-B Class held a Mardi Gras party in the gym. September 20, 1928, the following oflicers were elected by the IIB Class: President, Howard Beurle, Vice-President, Mary Troxel, Secretary, Susan Rhees, Treasurer, Juliet Olson, and Social Chairman, Allen Smitley. November 2, 1928, the IIB's held a joint party with the IB's in the gym. February 8, 1929, the IA Class elected the following oHicers: President, Howard Beurle, Vice-President, Willard Combs, Secretary, Robert Stewart, Treasurer, Juliet Olson, and Social Chairman, Carmen Goldman. April 25, 1929, the IA Class and the IIB Class edited "The Pennant," with Harriett Shreiner as editor-in-chief. April 26, 1929, the Junior Class gave their annual Junior play. This year it was "Captain Applejackf' 1 May 25, 1929, the IIA Class elected the following officers: President, Howard Beurle, Vice-President, Juliet Olson, Secretary, Willard Combs, Treasurer, Graydon Hold- eman, and Social Chairman, Harriett Shreiner. . October 18, 1929, the IA and IIA Classes held a Hallowe'en party in the gym. October 27, 1929, the Seniors decided by vote to wear caps and gowns for gradua- tion exercises. January 10, 1930, the January Seniors held their Senior Day Program. May 16, 1930, the Senior Class play "Thank You" was presented. May 25, 1930, Baccalaureate services were held in the Auditorium. May 30, 1930, Graduation Exercises were held in the Auditorium. ' GERALDINE DAY. 1 Lewis CREIGHTON. , January Class Prophecy ANUARY 24, 1950, and Howard Beurle sits before the fireplace in his home at Lake Placid, listening to and watching his 51,000 television radio which he has invented. He glances at the radio program in the evening paper and to his amazement finds that his fellow students of the January 1930 Class are giving their annual broadcast in memory of their dear days spent in old Elkhart High School. At ten o'clock he tunes in on Elkhart station located on the SS 0,000,000 hotel owned by Graydon Holdeman, under the management of Walter Wells. The first whom Howard hears and sees in the television screen is none other than Bob Edsall, the faithful old yell leader of Elkhart High. Bob has been chosen as the announcer for their program. He just flew from Texas, where he is president of a school of aero- nautics. The first on the program is Juliet Olson, who gives a short history of the class when they were in school. Next Bob Stewart and his "Steady Strutters" from Chicago play a number of tunes familiar to those who attended the Jitney dances held in the gym. Now we have Ernest Mathias, who pulls some famous tricks with his Yo-Yo. His fame was started back in 1929, when the Yo-Yo plague swept down the "Halls of Knowledge." Next a quartette which is composed of Eleanor Bowser, Geraldine Day, Edward Bru- baker, and Louis Creighton, accompanied on the mouth-harp by Bud Bock, sings a few popular selections. This quartette has just returned from Europe where they have won great fame. There are several short talks by the following: Mrs. Willard Combs, formerly Susan Rhees, now national leader of the Girl Reserves, speaks on the value of flea soap manufac- tured by the "Scrub 'Em Up Company," managed by Wayne Helser and owned by Howard DeWater, Inc. ' Next Mildred Good, proprietress of the "Get-a-Curl" Beauty Parlor in Elkhart, gives a talk on the use of cosmetics for lap dogs. Mrs. Edmund Jackson, formerly Emily Leonard, and her husband Edmund give a "Rushin Golash" dance. Bob brings regrets of those who are unable to attend the entertainment and tells what they are doing and where they are located. Miss Harriett Shreiner, leader of the "400" society in New York City, is absent from the meeting due to a very serious "wart" operation on the northeast corner of her left ear. The Ruth twins, Garvin and Fifer, are now playing the roles of Topsy and Eva in South Bend's new opera house. I Mr. and Mrs. Huggins fformerly Margaret Boicej are in the Wilds of Central Africa in search of the "Foo-Foo Valve" lost from the "Zeer Wheel." So the program continued telling of the progress and location of all the members of the class. Dixie Fields and DeVon Elliott are on their honeymoon in Alaska. 'Evelyn Grandstaff is head of the English Department in Elkhart High School, Eldred Heeter is a trumpet tester at Conn's. The broadcast comes to an end gs the orchestra plays that stirring school song, "Fight On, Old Elkhart." And thus we leave Howard relating to his wife what he has just seen and heard. MARY TROXEL. HARRY EARL. 'W' ITU O00 P22 .prada .swlqm 'IFS s r f,. January Class Will NOW all men by these presents: We, the Class of January 1930, being of sound health of body, and of disposing mind and memory, do make and publish this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by us at any time made. ITEM I.: We direct that all our just debts, including all debts incurred through our numerous social activities of the past four years, be paid by Graydon I-Ioldeman, the Class Treasurer. Should there be any surplus in the treasury after aforesaid debts are paid, we direct that said surplus be used and expended in a jollification for the Juniors. Should there be no surplus, there will be no jollification. ITEM II.: We give, devise and bequeath to the June Class of 1930 two former class- mates of ours, john Horn and Carlon Miller, the same being worthy exponents of Elkhart's six-year high school course. We direct that aforesaid former classmates of ours, John Horn and Carlon Miller, be handed down by each succeeding graduating class, yea, even unto the third and fourth generation. ITEM III.: We hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the Juniors sundry text books, note books, and various discarded chemicals and apparatus pertaining to the Physics and Chemical Laboratories. Eldred I-Ieeter bequeaths to Gretchen Kester his chemistry ability. We also bequeath to the Junior Class one gavel, and direct that the President of said class shall bring it into use frequently in and during their business meeting. ITEM IV.: We hereby bequeath to the Sophomores our old English essays and dis- carded Caesar translations, in the hope that they will be of more use to them than they were to us. ITEM V.: We give and bequeath to Mr. Sproull, member of our beloved and esteemed faculty, all marbles which have been rolled, thrown, shot, dropped or otherwise set into motion during the periods when the morals and manners of the session room were under his guidance. We also give to Mr. Gill, member of faculty, one book of jokes, witty remarks and "that reminds me" stories, culled from our foremost humorists. ITEM VI.: We hereby give and bequeath to Bud Borneman, of the Class of 1931, the honor of being school character, this honor being handed down from Leonard Huggins. ITEM VII.: We hereby give and bequeath "Personal Favors and Bequests." "Hi" Shreiner is leaving her position as Editor of the Pennant Weekly to little Grace Huggins. Bob Edsall leaves his yell-leading ability to Bob and Bob. Junior McGowan doth will and bequeath his strength and broad shoulders to Morgan Minnie. - Dale Hoffman wills his footfall tactics to junior Riblet. Bob Stewart wills his musical ability to Paul Crumbaughf Bud Barger leaves his permanent wave to Elizabeth Compton. N Howard Beurle leaves his quietness to Bill LeFevre, in order that the session teachers may have a little peace. Mildred Good bestows her dimples upon Earl Fribley. Harry Earl kindly bequeaths his dancing ability to the Juniors who will go to the Prom. Evelyn Grandstaff wills to Martha Kollat a goodly portion of her quiet ways and a few E's. The signing and sealing of the foregoing instrument of the testator, the Class of January 1930, do declare this to be their Last Will and Testament, and by the signature of said witness, bind the responsibility for the execution of said Will and Testament this day of May 30, 1930. Signed: LUCILLE JAMISON. LEONARD I-IUGGINS. EMELINE SQUIBB. NED LEFEVRE President of func 1930 Class I O JAMES FETTERS DONALD BALL NORRIS CULP Mlss CUNNINGHAM Srrrrlury X,il'F-Pf"l'Xid!'11f Trcaxnrrr Clasx Sponsor ' 4' 39-4 Om -QZPZZITITJ W x 1 VIRGINIA ADAMS VIERNON BALE Social Chairman, IA, Editor of Pennant An- nual, '30, Pennant Weekly Reporter, '27, Star Reporter, '28, '29, Exchange Editor, '28, Scholarship IS, '27, Forum, '27, '29, Social Chairman, '29, Band, '29, Orchestra, '26, Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Art Club, '27, '28, French Club, '28, '29, Latin Club, '28, '29, '30, junior Counsel, '29, Dis- trict Latin Contest, '27, '29, '30, State, '30, "Merchant of Venice Up to Date", "Captain Applejackn, Dramatics Club, '29, '30, "Meow", Chairman Senior Day Program Committee, Senior Announcement Commit- tee, Rah Rah Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Vice- President, '29, Varsity Debate, '28, '29, Chairman junior Play Committee. ELMER AYDELOTT Fighting Fifty, '29, '30, Interclass Basket- ball, '26, '27, Football, '27. WAVA BARNES Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, Commercial Club, '2 9 '30. Art Club, '30, Track, '30. CARL BASSLER EIJNA ALLEN Girl Reserves, '29, '30, Com- mercial Club. DONALD BALL Hi-Y, '27, '28, '29, '30, Fighting Fifty, '27, Qs, '29, '30, Secretary, '29, President, '30, Yell Leader, '27, '28, junior Play Committee, "Cap- tain Applcjackn, Social Chair- man, IA, Vice-President, IIB, IIA, Interelass Basketball, '28, '29, Athletic Ifclitor of An- nual, Pennant Wcekly, '29, Dramatics Club, '30, Vice- President, '30, Chairman of Gift Committee, "Bachelor's Dream", "Thank You." Latin Club, '28, '29, '30, "Merchant of Venice Up to Date", "Captain Applejack", Interclass Track, '28, '29, In- terclass Football, '28, '29, In- terclass Basketball, '27, '28, Varsity Football, '29. HOPE BAKER Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, "Belle of Barcelona", "Purple Towers", "The Lucky jade", Agat Club, '28, '29, Drama- ties Club, '29, '30, "Deacon Dubbs", "The B a c li e l o I"s Dream." GEORGE BASSETT BARBARA BAUM Glen Club, '26, Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Girl Reserve Treasurer, '29, Rah Rah Club, '29, '30, Senior Play Committee, uB3CllEl0f'S Dream." IJUUGLAS BOCK LOUISE BARRINGER Latin Club, '28, '29, '30. DOROTHY BEMILLER Girl Reserves, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '30. STANTON BIAESSING Interclass Basketball, '26, '28, Varsity Wrest- ling, '26, '27, '28, Sandbur Football, '26, '27, '28, Varsity Football, '29, Chorus, '26, Fighting Fifty, '28, '29, 30, Hi-Y, '28, '29, '30, Latin Club, '28, "Deacon Dubbsf' MAH'RE BERKEY Art Club, '27, '28, Girl Re- serves, '27, '28, '29, '30, Ad- vertising Solicilor of Pennant Weekly, '28, '29, Assistant Advertising Manager of An- nual, '30, Rah Rall Club, So- cial Chairman of Rah Rah Club, '29, '50, Glee Club, '28, '29, "Purple Towers", Span- ish Club, '29, ,503 Program Chairman of Spanish Club, '29, Presentation Committee. l'lERBIiRT BUCKLEN Track, '27, lnterclass Foot- ball, '27, '28, Varsity Foot- ball, '29, gg-n Os.-1 -4ZPZZ'TI'U 1. Q"i?'f-iff' ,, ,, ,A x :Nag Nl t. , s M' "uv, .J ,,qq,.,, 1 - -, K , tif 'iv 2 3 :fav ii! . 1 :.,f Pia. ,H i. 'tw .A ,mfsil ,.,,, ,f Jw 44. -lZDZZl'T1U 0020- t 5 , ks I rum t . 5. . QM.. ' 1 if ' w W. I . . F M V , iw .-up tar. ., W v-ins, E .QM .2 Hill .tr 5'1-"5 Y. flitiirf' .Y , . Rf , f'-ki? .5 f-if ,1 1: 1 2, .1-. Q Q . - 5 I A . . 1 '1 ii ' gi .: ,ri X 'Er .tr ':',L. .Yi ,, 775 ' -3 'ff Jil ,ff Mt. 3 ,Sw - .gg 2? 'SE' ,gf T iii 1, ,-t, Q Gizoitcsm BRowN Girl Reserves, 26, '27, '28: Snap-Shot Iftlitor of Annual. MYRON CHAI-'FEE Sandbur Squad, '28, Varsity Track, '26, '27, '28, '29, Varsity Football, '27, '28, '29, Var- sity Wrestling, '28, '29, '30. ITRVDA BOYER Agat Club, '28, '29. Home Economics Club. ESTHER BONFIGLIO Girl Reserves, '28, '29. Commercial Club, '29, '30. Hrroiwu CHIiSTEll Vice-President, IIC, Treasurer, IB, Girl Rc- serves, '27, '28, '29, '30, Vice-President of Girl Reserves, '28g Vice-President of Spanish Club, '28, Latin Club, '28, Band, '28, '29, '30g Rah Rah Club, '28, '29, '30, Senior Play Committee. ROSENA BROWN Agat Club, '28, '29g Latin Club, '29, '50. Ci-minus COUNTRYMAN Football, '26, '27. "Merchant of Venice Up to Date." "Captain Applejackf' Hi-Y, '29. Scholarship E, '29. Debating, '29. "Thank You." EDITH Cmss "Merchant of Venice Up to Date." Comercial Club. Pennant Reporter. Agar Club, '29. Annual Staff. DOROTHY COPSEY Commercial Club, '29, N oiuus Cum' Treasurer, IIA, Track, '27, Varsity Golf, '27, '29, '30, Interclass Basketball, '27, '28, '29, '30. ELVAH CLARK Band, '27, '28, '29, '30. Orchestra, '28, '29, '30. Dramatics Club, '29, '30. Girl Reserves, '29, '3O. WAYNE DALRYMPLE Band, '27, '28. Orchestra, '27, '28, Wrestling Team, '29, Football, '29. l DENNIS CUMMINS Lois DECKER Home Economics Club, '28, '29, Girl Re- serves, '29, '30g Dramatics Club, '29, '3O. WENDELL COMPTON "Merchant of Venice Up to Date." "Captain Applejackf' Treasurer, '28. MANETTA DOWNS Girl Reserves. Dramatics Club, '50, 000' -QZPZZTTVU A- '. ' T,:,:.,e.-, P'-,f .:2.:'5-',"'Ls s..'7'..' ' A A f . '-IP Em it 33+ HENRY CULP Interclass Basketball, '27, '28', '29, '30, Track, '27, '29, Varsity Golf,, '27, '29, '50, Junior Play Committee, 29. V 4 RUTH DEN1soN Secretary, lID, IA, Social Chairman, IB, Ring and Pin Committee, Rah Rah Club, '28, '29, '30, Vice-President of Rah Rah Club, '30, Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30, Span- ish Club, '29, '30, May Queen's Court, '27, Senior Banquet Committee. WIALLENE DERBY Orchestra, '27, '28, '29. Band, '27, '28, '29, '30. Hi-Y, '27, '28, 29, '30, Secretary Hi-Y, '28. Fighting Fifty, '28, '29, wo. Agat Club, '28, '29, '30. Latin Club, '28, '29, '30. "Merchant of Venice Up To Date." RUTH EBERSOLE Art Club, '27, '30. Assistant Art Editor Pennant Annual. MARY ELLSTROM Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30, Commercial Club, '29, '30, Dramatics Club, '28, '29, "A Fool of A Man", "Cabbages and Kings", "Merchant of Venice Up To Date", Drama- ties Write-Ups, 'Thank You." XWILLIAM DAVIDSON Fighting Fifty, Hi-Y, Latin Club: Varsity Track, '28, '29, '30, lnterclass Basketball, '28, Football, 'Z9. ERMA ECKLEBARGER Glee Club, '26, '27, '28. "Belle of Barcelona." Treas. Spanish Club, '28, '29. Vice-Pres. Spanish Club, '29. Latin Club, '28, '29, '30. Agat Club, '30, Treasurer of Agat Club, '30. Announcement Committee, 30 May Queen's Court, 'Z9. Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30 ALBERT DAVIDSON Ill-Y, '28, '29. Chorus, '28, Wrestling Team, '27, '28. Football, '28, '29. Track, '28, '29, '50, DALE DOUBERTEIEN CHOICE FAIR Commercial Club, '30. VIRGINIA FERRO Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30. Spanish Club, '28, '29, '30. Dramatics Club, '28, '29, Secretary Spanish Club, '29. Social Chairman of Spanish Club, '28, "Mimi Lights the Candle." ROLAND DODGE Track, '27, '28, Art Club, '28, '29, '30. President Art Club, '29. "Captain Applcjackf' "Thank You." THELMA GARL I I Gir Reserves, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Glee Club, '27, '28, "Belle of Barcelona", Com- mercial Club, 29, '30, KERMII' DYER Intcrclass Track, '27, Intcrclass Basketball, '27 '28 '79 '30 I nba - ROBERT DOTSON Interclass Football, '27, Wrestling, '29, Track, '29. "Captain Applcjackf' Fighting Fifty. MADELINE GANGER Commercial Club, '5 0. i -'IZPZZITYU OO-M9-I ',.a's.,x . 4.92.11-Lili 14 4:3-:fS.'L' I.. ' . ' -' fy. :wa 'fl ua-5-:J '- .fa-" '. ' ' 1- ' - 2-Q '- ' ' . - Qi. 5.1-H M '- - - i 1 - A 'q IRMA HAGERTY Girl Reserves, '28, '29, Latin Club, '28, '29, Mathematics Club, '29, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '30. GUY ELLIS Varsity Football, '27, '28, '29, Wrestling, '26, '27, '28, "Merchant of Venice Up To Date", "Captain Applejack", Interclass Track, '26, '27, '28, Intcrclass Basketball, '27, '28. CZLARFNCE EMMANS LELA GXLSON Dramatics Club, '29, '30. Girl Reserves. Commercial Club. Forum, '29, '30. Feature Editor of Pennant, '29, 30. HOWARD FAWLEY LILLIAN GUNTER Commercial Club, 29, '30. GEORGIA GRovEs Glee Club, '28, '29. "Merchant of Venice Up To Date." Commercial Club, '2 9. STAN L EY EMMERT Fighting Fifty, '27, '28, '29. Band, '27, '28, '29, '30. Hi-Y, '28, '29, '30. Orchestra, 'Z8. Agat Club, '28, '29, '30. Program Chairman of Agar Club. Sandbur Squad, '28. Wrestling, '30. Cheer Leader, '30. l JAMES FETTERS Hi-Y, Fighting Fifty, Treasurer, IA, Secre- tary, IIA, Announcement Committee, In- terclass Basketball, '27, '28, Band, '27, '28, '29, '30, Orchestra, '28, "Thank You", "Haunted House of Blackburn." PHYLLIS I-IURST Glee Club, '27, Band, '28, '29, "Belle of Barcelona", Rah Rah Club, '29, '30, Com- mercial Club, Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30, "Lucky Jade." MARY HOWARD Dramatics Club, '29, '30. PAULINE HOSTETLER Girl Reserves, '29, '30, Annual Staff, Dra- matics Club, '29, '30, Senior Play Commit- tee, "Thank You", "Haunted House of Blackburn", "Lucky Jade." JAMES FIELDS Band, '27, '28, '29, '30, Hi-Y, '29, '30. Art Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Home Economics Club, '27, '23, '29. Flower Committee. CHARLES FREEBY "Merchant of Venice Up To Date." Scholarship E, '28, Basketball, '28, '29. Loweu. FELTHOUSE ORA INGRAM Dramatics Club, '50, "Deacon Dubbsf' l,UC'Il,IiIi -IANIISON Sneial Cliairnmn, IIA, Rali Rall Club, '29, '50, Senior Banquet Committee, "Merchant of Venice Up To Date"g "Captain Apple- jaek"g Art Club, '26, '27, '28, '29, Adver- tising Manager of Pennant Weekly, '27, '28, Pennant Reporter, '26, '27, Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, june Write-Ups, "'I'l1ank You." ARNQLT Huccms Varsity Basketball, '28, lnterclass Basket- ball, '27, '29, Trark, '27. WAYNIT FRIBIJYY lnterelass Football. '27, '28. TIIIZIAMA Koctunk Home Ilconomies Club, Chorus, Agat Club lRFNI' KINNFY "f x Band, '28, '29, '30. KIINNIZTH GILBERT lnterelass Foutball, '27, '28. Interelass Basketball, '29, '30, KATHRYN KRING Freneli Club, '29. Girl Reserves, '29, '30. Girl Reserves, '26. ARTHUR HAUT Drum Corps, '28, '29, "Thank You." V. Lu' -. ey 1 ,. :v 'fb L, ' .4 Q fi ,, f. RAYMOND JONES BARBARA LYNDAL1. Glce Club, Spanish Club, '29, '30, Rah! Rah! Club, Barcelona." ORIN KRIDER GERTRUDE LEIST Girl Reserves, '29, '50. Commercial Club. WANDA LAMBDIN 3. .. ' 35222 -- I' if-E' 1 .:' LQ, -A -'IZPZZUVU 0000-1 i A ifkfi' 'rl Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30, Rah! Rah! Club, '29, '30, President of Commercial Club, '29 '30, Business Manager of Pennant Weekly '29, june Will, Dramatics Club, '50. Dramaties Club, PAUL KENAGA 29, '30, "Belle of Interclass Track, '29, Wrestling, '29. GLADYS LYNN Glee Club, '28, '29. Agar Club, '28, '29. "Merchant of Venice Date." EDMUND JACKSON A w.,,i,, ,f Mm P 4 ,,, M f'1Q'4' 'Z N gi! 55,5-17 L .P 4 'Y Y' v. pffwf 'M A , gm, ff, Y' ,gifs --2: -nv 'Ur kiiiiiivfl lfwifgf "f42'1fQ5 .iggfggh -ez, ,W- k.i ,,.:fZ,Q QE Sggfg,-zxfv, l,f?f '2 'fi g . , 1' 5 as ,Z -L 7:51.-in Up To l 314:15 1. Qi fi A :.25:'n 2' r.i.?:l':f.w.f' f FAI. 2 is--L ' -- 9 X7-F 5 - A NED LEFEVRE President, HD, IC, IIC, IB, HB, lA, IIA, President Hi-Y, '29, '30, Ring and Pin Committee, Invitation Committee, "Belle of Barcelona", Cheney's Minstrcls, lnterclass Hasketball,"26, '27, "Merchant of Venice Up To Date", "Captain Applejack", Dramatics Club, '28, '30, Glec Club, '28, '29, Adver- tising Manager of Annual, Senior Play Com- mittee, "Thank You", "Haunted House of Blackburn", Spanish Club, '29, '30. MARY LUPRO GEORGE MUNSCH fl, ' Fighting Fifty, '29, '50, 'Liff Band, '27, '28. .f DoRo PHY Mfms Cilee Club, '27, '28, Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30, Spanish Club, '30, Ar! Club, '29, Cao. CH LlSTliR MIXEIR "Belle of Barcelona", "Purple 'l'uwers.", Clic- ncy'x Minstrcls, '29, "Merchant of Venice Up To Date", "Captain Applejuckn, "Lucky jade", Wrestliiig, '27, '28, lnterclass Basket- ball, '26, '27, '28, Assistant Humor lfditor of Pennant Weekly, '29, june Prophecy, Hi-Y, '29, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '30, Treas- urer of Dranmtics Club, '30, "Thank You", "Haunted House of Blackburn" Qaurhnr ,ind directory. Mlgllll-. Losui Interclass Basketball, '29, LORENA LORENZ Commercial Club, '29, '30. Girl Reserves, '29, '50, Csunincrciul lllulv, '29, 'jU. CHARLES LoNc,Ac1Ri4. lli-Y, '19, '30, I S'l'ANl,liY Mooruf Baml, '27, '28, '29, 'EU l20ROTHY Mfxuus Arr Club, '27, C1-.rin Mums Glue Club, '27, '28, 'ill cilmrisrnms Play, 'NL Mfmjouus LoTT Girl Reserves, '26. Dramaties Club, '28, '2 Art Club, '29, '30. I,AV1sRN13 Mt1FARl.AND i-Y, '28, '29, '30, llrenvilm Club, '29, '30, WAYNE MOORE Hi-Y, '27, '28, '29, Flower Committee. CLARICIQ MANN EARL MACBRIDE , lnterclass Football, '28, '29. Secretary, IIB. Hi-Y. Forum, '27, '28, '29. 9 'SU Agar Club, '29. Latin Club, '29, lnterclass Basketball, '27, '28, Gmc-4 -QZIPZZFHTJ Q-A OCD -12PZZl'l1U fi is Y .I i WILLARD NELLIST MARY MANN Commercial Club, '29, ' DELBERT NEIi.LIST ANNA MILLER Latin Club, '29, '30, Girl Reserves, '29, '30. FLORENCE MILLER Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30, French Club '28, '29, Glee Club, '27, '29, '30, Drama- tics Club, 29, '30, "The Wrong Mrs Wright", "The Lucky Jade." CHARLES OVERLEASE Football, '26, '27, '28, Basketball, '27, Track, '2 6. VERA MARTIN Treasurer of Commercial Club '29, '30. WARREN OARES Dramatics Club, '30. Agat Club, '29, GIQIQALD RAIIN HAZFI. MITCHEI,I. Secretary, IC, HC, Vice-President, IB, Dra- matics Club, '29, Vice-President of Drama- tics Club, '29, Band, '26, '27, '28, '29, Or- chestra, '27, '28, "The Clad", "The Lucky ,Iaz.le", "Thank You." KATHRYN MONOER MARY lVlUN'l'GOIvIlYRY Treasurer, IC, Secretary, IIB, Vice-President, IA. Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, President uf Girl Reserves, '29. Rah! Rall! Club, '27. Vice-President, '2S. President, '29, '30. Prom Cumniittee. Ring and Pin Committee. Glcl: Club, '26, '27, '28, '29. Flower Committee. May Queen's Court, '28, '29. ALIf1tED RIZNN Latin Club, '28, '29, '30. Agat Club, '28, '29, '30. lli-Y, '29, '30. Vice-President, IC, Treasurer, IIC, Clee Club, '27, "Belle of Barcelona," '28, Com- mercial Club, '29, '30, Band, '28, '29, '30, Secretary Girls Reserves, '28, '29, Rah! Rah! Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Latin Club, '29, '30, Annual Staff, '30, Announcement Commit- tee, '30. WII.I.IAM OSTER FORREST PLETCHER HELEN MOORE Commercial Club, '29, '30, 3' Band, '29, '30. P,s rf uv .wr f t, I 'W sw: :fy gf' Qi w EI, i v lx ALMA Norris Orchestra, '28, '29, Band, '28, '29, '30, Girl Reserves, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '50. WAl.TER Ricknv Football, '26, '27, Interclass Basketball, '26 '27, Varsity Basketball, '28, '29, '30, Gulf, '27, '28, '29. MARIAN Powisu. Art Club, '28, '29, 'B0. MIRIAM PHASE Orchestra, 27, '28, '29, '30, Dramatics Club, '29, '3U. NORWIiI.l, ROTH Football, '26, '27, '28, Interclass Track, '26, '27, Interclass Basketball, '27, "Captain Ap- plejack", Glee Club, '26, '27, '28, "Pina- fore", Cheney's Minstrels, '28, Wrestling, '28, Tennis, '27. ROBERT RINGENBERG Assistant Business Manager of junior Play, '29. Assistant Business Manager of Art Editor of Annual, '30. Girl Reserves, '29, '50. "The Burglar." "Deacon Dubbsf' IIEROMF RHIGIQI, Band, '27. lnterclass Football, '29, W Annual, '30, Fighting Fifty, '29, 'H0. Agat Club, '29, '30, MARTHA Pnossus Band, '27, '28, '29, 'HL Orchestra, '28, '29, '30. Home Economics, '30. Girl Reserves, '29, THELMA PRICE Band, '28, '29, '50, MARIIQ PLETCHER Commercial Club, '29, 'HL KENNETH SHULTZ Varsity Wrestliiig, '27, '28, '29, '50. Varsity Football, '27, '28, '29. Varsity Track, '28, '29, '30. lnterclass Basketball, '28, '29, 30. "Merchant of Venice Up To Date." "Captain Applejackf' "Thank You." Dramatics Club. Fighting Fifty. DOLORES PLASS Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30. "Pinafore." "Belle of Borcelonaf "Purple Towers." "The Lucky jade." Commercial Club, 29, 30. DOROTHY RASP Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30, Glcc Club, '27, '28, '29, Orchestra, '28, Dramatics Club, '29, '50, "The Lucky jade." ROYAL ROTHROQR FAYE REIM Girl Reserves, '20, '27, '28, '29, '30. Spanish Club, '28, '29, '3U. Secretary, '28. Vice-President, '29. President, '30. Latin Club, '28, '29, '30. District in Latin Contest, '29, i 30. WINIFRED REAMEs Commercial Club, '29, 'J0. Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '50. t we ,Ra E 2 S? 2 5 if fi Q ???f5'?fE F i ? ., . if-nm: EUDORA MITCHELL ROMAYNE SHERMAN Spanish Club, '28, '29, Latin Club, '28, '29g French Club, lntcrclass Basketball, '27, '28 Program Chairman of Spanish Club, '29. '50 CARLON MILLER HAROI.D SIMONSON Varsity Football, '27, '28, Basketball, '29, Wrestling, '28, 29, Fighting Fifty, 29, Sand- bur Squad, '26. HELEN SOUTHWORTH Girl Reserves, '28. HD Flower Committee. Commercial Club, '29, '3O. Home Economics Club, '29, 30. ROBERT SLOUGII DELZON REID Football, '28, '29, Xvrestling, '27, '28, '29. Intcrclass Basketball, '26, '27 '28, '29, PAYE SIIELE Dramatics Club, '29, '30. "Christmas live at thc War ren's." Girl Reserves, '29, '3ll. Spanish Club, '29. CYRIL SCHAEFER PAUIAINIT SCHMIDT Girl Reserves, 28, '29, '30, Social Chairman Agat Club, '28, '29, '30, Latin Club, '29, '30, Annual Staff, Home Economics Club, '29, '30, Art Club, '29, '30, Glee Club, '27, '23, Doius SMITH l,ntin Club, '29, Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29. '30, Chorus, '27, 28, june Will, Senior Play Committee, "Thank You." ANNE Rosn Dramatics Club, '28, '29, '30, Forum, '29, '30, Debate Squad, '29, '30, Commercial Club, '29, '30, Program Chairman of Com- Rosh PUGUESIZ mercial Club, '29, Banquet Commitaee, IID, "Captain Applejackn, "Cabbages and Kings", Girl Reserves, '28, '29. Annual Staff. Commercial Club, '29, '30. PERMA SCHOLI. Vl0l.li'I' Romuik Pennant Reporter, '29, '30. Glue Club, '28. Commercial Club, '29, '30. "Belle of Barcelona." Sl l h. F '78 Dramatics Club, '29, '30, .cioars ip ., - . Latin Club, '28, '29, '30, Annual Staff, '30. Agat Club, '28, '29, '30. Vice-President Agar Club, '29. i H FED S. President Agat Club, '29, Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, 1 KENNETH SHINABARGER "Christmas Eve at the War- .JI .S 'E ,sw ,,,a:., ri 559 '55 ffikvg ist' EZLQQSY Wriffi' 215,235 ':' '- T- 47" 'ISI' ,sz - 2152, 'fu?f 'ps' 552 vi' 4' 1 A Y N9-1 OU -'IZDZZTTVU J' ' r 'N , , Q. . 'Z' as , Q , KV. g . -Q?-'il , , , , ,-if-1 "Sa" 4 SZ? .' 13' x T .r :A ' ,M , YV "WCA 1: Aiea 1 'less , Ex. , F43 -P ' ifjpii 2533? '-ily 'Ez 1, 13 "' :ei-395 17932552 lfvgl Els, if Qi gf fi 123' , 3, 3 - ix A if 1, ar- 5 , ,jay .g i Doroiuas Bizmrmz Secretary French Club, '29, Social Chairman Commercial Club, Dramatics Club, '29, Girl Reserves, '27, '28, '29, '30. DEV!-Ilili SCHOLL Commercial Club, '29, '30. RUTH SCHMIDT Pennant Reporter, '26, '27, Forum, '26, '27, '28, '29. Glec Club, '28, '29. Dramatics Club, '28, '29, Agat Club, '29, '30, Treasurer of Agar Club, '29, Social Chairman, '30, FRANK SARLIN Football, '27, '28, '29, Interclass Basketball '27, '28, Track, '29, Latin Club. RUTH SMELTZER Commercial Club, '29, '30, DOROTHY SMITH Commercial Club, '29, '30, Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28 Program Chairman, '27, '29, Annual Staff. Prom Committee, '29, Tennis, '29, '30, Rah! Rah! Club, '30, GERALD BLOOM Art Club, '27, '28, '29 Treasurer Art Club, '29 Arr Club, '26, '27, DONIBEL SAILOR Spanish Club, '28, '29, '30. Dramatics Club, '29, '50, HELEN STRUBLE Home Economics Club, '29, 'sog Glee Club, '27, '28, "H. M. S. Pinaforef' PAUL TEMPLE Interelass Football, '27, '28, '29, Track, '29, DOROTHY THOMPSON Glec Club, '27, '28, '29, Pennant Weekly Reporter, '29. Copy Editor of Pennant, '29, '30. Commercial Club, '29, 'J0. Girl Reserves, '25, Home Economics Club, '30, Annual Staff, '30. Uramatics Club, '30. "The Bacl1elor's Dream." "The Lucky glade." Q., Iurple Towers." JOHN TROYER PHYLLIS TRUEX Commercial Club, '29, '30, BEVERLY URQUHART Afl Club. '26, '27g Cmnmcrcial Clnli, '29 '50. BERTHA TYSON Girl Reserves, '26, '27, '28. Home Economics Club, '27 '23, '29, '30. Dramatics Club, '29, '30, Commercial Club, '29, '30. june Write-Ups, '50. '30. "The Wrcmng Mrs. Wrigl1t." "Christmas live at the War . ,. ren s. illennis, '29, '5U. RUT11 VAN DORS'l'LN Pennant Weekly Reporter, '29, iw -?QfzfiQ .. ,rue EB N 6 l ,gif 3 V L O P ' ' E 1: N . V' i N 'L 'fl r , W Pfwxiu' ggwjwgaf . nk P. fi . r' fa 5 T' . f, ff ' L C if , K4 in .kj uf 2,-?1.v,"f may-fr rf' HM.,- f f 4 W 9' F 55 ' SJ '- 54,- QJA Z , , 1-A 1 1 " '1e,.'f,' ,A Fifi gQ-A Obi -IZPZZFTVU GN , 1? fl: , , , , Q :-:- .gr 5, vkzflif 1 'fi , 5: Lf Qi "r ,F . 4 532 5 , , . e 4' l in f fi , , X Y ' 1 .V ,U , 5-323 irsife ,S ,. 5, 2 55, ,H ,RJ ' A ,l'1f'7'Z 5 'gi' H., ,, gg. , " tim j -QM . .Q , 53 - -'fl F :ff 35513 , ,222 R 'iris Qspffe L af gym aa- " ,ga rl, ,g.!!,k fl , fm - ,M rf Yi' 5313" 4-' -.1 ig: ev"- .4-,Q Eqrgnff X. ,. Em. ' L., Ho 5, vi I . WARREN VAN NESS RUTH VAN DUSEN Girl Reserves, '25, '26, Glee Club, '25, '26, Commercial Club, '25, Chorus, '2S. MARIE WENTZEL Commercial Club, '29, '30, ELEANOR WORK Latin Club, '28, '29, '30. Glec Club, '27, '28. "Belle of Barcelona." French Club, '28, President of French Club, '29, '30. Rah! Rah! Club, '28, '29, '30. Girl Reserves, '28, '29, '30. MAXINE WALTERS Commercial Club, '29, '30. DOROTHY YERKE Forum, '27, '28, '29, '30, Debating Team '27, '28, Home Economics Club, '29, '30 Girl Reserves, '29, '30, Spanish Club, '29, ,305 Annual Staff, '30. THELMA WHEAT GORDON YODER Agar Club, '28, '29, 'so. senior Hi-Y, '28, '29, '30, Hizi.l41N ARNOLD Art Club, French Club, Girl Reserves, Pro- gram Chairman French Club, '29, Rah! Rah! Club, '29, '30, KIAMLS BUSSARD Band, '27, '28, '29, '30, Orchcslra. '27, '28, '19, Prom Committee. '29: Agat Club, '28. ARTHUR IMIOLMES lVll1RVIN No1flfslNG1aR l'li-Y, '27, '23, '29, Lionuucrcial Club, '27. Xx'l'l'SlllI1g, '2R. Orchestra, '27, YS. Band, '2'I. Ifmitball, '19, lligliting Fifty, '27, '23, '29, lnlerclasx lhsketlmll, '27, '23, DON ALD MLCLAIN XVILLIAM SCHERLING LAWRENCE WILSON Dramaties Club, '28, '29 Treasurer, '29, "l'll Leave It To You." "Captain Applejackf' Treasurer, IIB. Secretary, IB. Lilcc Club, '27. PAUL WITHERS Fighting Fifty, '29, '30. .rx f Q' 0030 -IZPZZITFU 1 History of June 1930 Class N 1926,xhe June '30 Class Orchestra played for their first affair in the Halls of Elkhart High School. Their first dance was very informal. After the intermission, they played as IID's. Miss Cunningham led the Orchestra, Ned LeFevre was violinist, Cath- erine Brockman, drummer, Wendell Compton, banjo player, Ruth Denison, saxophonist, and Elizabeth Emerson, pianist. In April our Orchestra had an entertainment in the sym- The second dance started in September, 1927, with Miss Cunningham as leader, Ned LeFevre as violinist, Hazel Mitchell as drummer, Gerald Rahn, saxophonist, Mary Mont- gomery, banjo player, and Ruth Denison, pianist. Just before intermission the Orchestra gave a play entitled "The Merchant of Venice Up To Date." After intermission, the only changes in the personnel were Hildred Chester, drummer, and Hazel Mitchell, banjo player. One Friday night in May, the June Class of 1930 combined Orchestras with the January Class of 1930 and played a symphony called "Party In the Gym." After a summer vacation tour, the June Class of 1930 Orchestra came back to the Halls of Elkhart High School ready to begin their work as IB musicians. We then chose Miss Cunningham as leader, Ned LeFevre, violinist, Gerald Rahn, drummer, Elizabeth Emerson, saxophonist, Hildred Chester, banjo player, and Donald Ball, pianist. On Octo- ber 28, 1928, a committee of the Orchestras of 1930 chose rings and pins. Towards the latter part of the dance, they played the symphony, "Party In the Gym." As one of the features of the commencement season the Orchestras of 1930 entertained the Classes of 1929 by harmonizing at Wawasee Hotel on May 29, 1929. After another pleasant tour of summer vacation, they again came back to the Halls of Elkhart High School to play at their last dance. The only changes made in the Orchestra were Mary Montgomery, drummer, Ruth Dennison, saxophonist, James Fet- ters, banjo player, and Virginia Adams, pianist. In October they played "Dance of the Goblinsf' The Orchestra composed of Miss Cunningham, leader, Ned LeFevre, violinist, Don- ald Ball, drummer, James Fetters, saxophonist, Norris Culp, banjo player, and Lucille Jamison, pianist, is now making preparations for the Grand Ball in the late spring. There will be a wonderful program of super Charlestons, shaky shuffles, breezy Black Bottoms, whoopee hops, glaring glides, wobbly walks, the popular Indiana Hop, and the long- looked-for but somewhat-unwelcome "Home, Sweet Home" waltz. EDITH C1-uss. WINIFRED REAMs. June Prophecy ELL, folks, here we are, gathered together for our first reunion since 1930. We are having it in the new seventy-five story Hotel Elkhart. Who ever thought Elkhart would have a seventy-five story hotel? . Upon our entrance into the hotel who do we see but Wayne Dalrymple and Ed Sin- ning, bellboys. Passing through the lobby enroute to the banquet room, we notice Delzon Reid, hotel clerk, joyously greeting the guests. A We enter the elevator and to our surprise, Red Stametz is elevator man and when we get off at the forty-ninth story and checked our wraps, who are the check girls but Lela Gilson and Erma Ecklebarger. We gather in the reception room and awaited the signal for dinner. lt surely seems great to see the same old gang of Elkhart High School together again. An outburst of laughter and we notice Mayre Berkey giving Ruth Denison fnow the Countess of Hobey de Fryaneggj and Mary Ellstrom, now an old-maid school teacher, some pointers in gymnastics. Mayre is gym instructor at Goshen College. Music comes to our ears and Bob Dotson, head waiter, announces dinner. As wwe enter the dining room, we notice that the orchestra is none other than "Rickey's Rollick- ing Rompers," featuring Bud Fetters, and having Guy Ellis, Frank Sarlin, and George Pettit additional rompers. To our surprise Walter Rickey is strutting his stuff as director. Dinner is served by Wayne Moore, Dick Corns, Paul Temple, and Arnolt Huggins. During the meal old school songs and "Fight On" add to the pep. Ned LeFevre, proprietor of "LeFevre Styles for Men," our former class president, acts as toastmaster for the occasion. After many words of former days, Ned calls on Vir- ginia Adams, feature writer for the Chicago Tribune. Virginia expresses her delight in being back again and says she will attempt to tell of some absent members. Her story relates to "Way back when Mr. and Mrs. Wallene Derby were on their honeymoon in Chicago." Wanda Lambdin and Doris Smith are beauty specialists in Chicago under the proprietess of "Dorothy Thompson's Beauty Shoppe." Wendell Compton is next called on-he is practicing law in Pittsburgh. Wendell says that Kenny Schultz is a dentist in Bristol and Gretchen Kester is his office girl. A Among the guests are Mrs. Harry Earl, Mrs. Russ Howshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mixer. Among the single guests are Gerald Rahn, now a blacksmith in Padooka, and Mildred Tasker, now accom- panist for john McCormick. It surely seems wonderful to see everyone again-seeing the members of the Class of 1930, the graduating class of 1930, the best graduating class Elkhart High School ever had. Signed: MARY MONTGOMERY. I CHESTER MIXER. June Class Will of 1930 E, the Senior Class of 1930, Elkhart High School, being of sound mind and mem- ory, and considering the uncertainty of this life, do therefore, make, ordain, pub- lisn, and declare this to be our last will and testimony. We order that our executrix bc Miss Myrle Cunningham. ' ITEM I: To the teachers we do restore, in one large bottle of hair restorer, all the hair which they have torn from their heads in sheer desperation. ITEM II: To the Juniors we leave our ability to make good impressions on everyone. - ITEM III: On the Sophomores and Freshmen we wish to bestow our knowledge of how to decipher the marks on the desks in Freshman session. ITEM IV: Wanda Lambdin and Doris Smith leave their eternal friendship to Miriam Young and Kathryn Frank. ITEM V: Virginia Adams leaves her unique system of typing to some poor slaving Junior to use on the Annual next year. ITEM VI: Mary Montgomery leaves her smile and sweet personality to Tom Proctor. ITEM VII: Gerald Rahn and Thelma Price leave their places in the band to Charles Greenleaf and Wilma Rice. ITEM VIII: Chet Mixer leaves his manly stride and red silk tie to Bud Borneman. ITEM IX: Although jane Bucklen talks enough already, Mayre Berkey wishes to increase this ability by adding her wit. ITEM X: Walter Rickey leaves his name, "One Basket Rickey," to Frank Ammons, hoping he'll increase the number. ITEM XI: Eddie Wright leaves his place as half-back of the Blue Avalanche to some worthy warrior. ITEM XII: Pauline Schmidt leaves her prose papers to Alice Pletcher, with the hope that she'll get better grades. ITEM XIII: Dorothy Thompson leaves her supply of gum to be equally divided between Tommy Holt and Ernie Fritz. ITEM XIV: Bob Dotson leaves his good looks to Harold Smith. ITEM XV: Wendell Compton infliets his dignity on Frank Parmenter. ITEM XVI: Thelma Garl and Winifred Reames leave their Commercial Law clippings to anyone who may need them. I 'ITEM XVII: Ned LeFevre wills his fitness as a leader to Robert Fribley. ITEM XVIII: Mike Chaffee leaves his state championship to Maurice Weinstein. ITEM XVIX: Pauline Hostetler bequeaths her part in the Senior Class play to Martha Kollat. ITEM XX: Lucille Jamison gives her dress patterns to Margaret Gray. ITEM XXI: Wallene Derby leaves his Chemistry equations to Harriett Church and Mary Breeze. ITEM XXII: Donald Ball wills his position in the Fighting Fifty to Junior Riblet. ITEM XXIII: To Eleanor Colbert, Faye Reim leaves her Latin derivatives, et all, to help her on future Latin contests. ITEM XXIV: From Robert Ringenberg and Herbert Bucklen, W. G. LeFevre and Frank Miller will receive a supply of much-needed silence. ITEM XXV: The North End gang leaves the North End to all underclassmen who like tinroofs. ITEM XXVI: Hildred Chester gives her study habits to Darl Shank. ITEM XXVII: Ruth Denison wills her bridge tactics to Grace Huggins. ITEM XXVIII: Norrie and Henry Culp give their golf clubs to Glen Unger and Ross Borneman. ITEM XXIX: Kenneth Schultz leaves his banquet speeches to Farmer Ronzone. ITEM XXX: Dorothy BeMiller and Bertha Tyson will their plots for plays to frenzied drama students. ITEM XXXI: Marian Powell leaves her aesthetic sense to Shirley Leonard. ITEM XXXII: The Seniors bequeath the halls, and especially all the private little corners for ren- dezvous, to next year's sweethearts. ITEM XXXIII: To Mr. Jones we give all our loving inscriptions on the desks in C-8. ITEM XXXIV: To Miss Flauding we leave a robot to relieve her of the labors of delivering tele- phone messages. ITEM XXXV: We leave with Miss Kelly the pleasure of publishing next year's Annual. ITEM XXXVI: Lastly, to dear old Elkhart High School, our Alma Mammy, a large chunk of our love, loyalty, and gratitude. 1 The foregoing testament the June Class of 1930 do declare to be made valid and binding by the signatures of the witnesses. Signed: Dorus SMITH. WANDA LAMBDIN. UNDERCLASSNEN ff E 2 S3 5 i R 'I' "4 , , 15" 15- .,..,,. ,. . Zfliiff' rip, n , '55 1 lil, , 295, ' AL'-'Ax.L I li will ,fm Hi... will Q' Q ,Z iii frm. ' , Q, , .gy-13? i.:,:-4, ,. . 1 l., I'im1 Rim' llnlnlvrnnn, Oclwr, Jenlninx, Imxilor, Snwllzsr, Anderwn, Krvxinlx, lirilwluy, Cimy, ll.1rmxn, llurcin, Sli-vrm, Hour, Cfolenmn. .Ni-lmni Rfnu: Smmpvull, Kvggeiix ,Shimeim Vilvrnmn. Morw, Mcfnw. Richmond. Vcrnier, Hooks. Vlmpnmn. lfrickson, Curry. Thomas, Pletchcr. 'lihirll Rau" Vlydc, Slack. King, ifmiwx, Seluclul, Niccum, Arisnxnn, Slump, lfnsh, Bixby, Vlipp, Dillon. I-uurlh Run' Smvlll. Drummond. Shank, Fritz, Paige. flick, Kvndig. Landis, lrunk, Van Namer. Bixby, 'l',1ylnr, Nrlmn, Miller, XVright, Burnswin. lfllwl' SIiMlfS'l'liR ful-'I-'lfl-'RS Pruxidml: Robert liribley Vim'-Pl'r'xizfz'l1i: Bernard Funk Sl't'Vt'fLIl',YI Kntlmryn Krysink 'l'rf'ux11rf'1': Helen Harman Soviul CZI!lil'llIlIlII Margaret Gray Sjmmor: Miss King January Class af ll 31 SIZVONIJ SIiMIiS'I'FR ful-'lflClfRS Prf'xiJw1f: Robert Fribley Vin'-Pl'1'sizfz'l1f: Iverson Grove Sn'rvfm'y: Alice Dewey Tn'a.v11rvr: Delford Drummond Sofia! CZJdiV'llIl1I1I Helen Harman 1 Y '52-in My vw 9' ga .1 A5 ,. 5? 1 5 if ? E if 'E .aw J Ins! Row' llulariu. llvlman, Hrcczc, Dcnlc, Ronlonv. Ymlvr. Swurbvry, Orff, Powell, lloulin. lhkcr. Hvmund K.1nl1, Mcliinziv, liillm. Suwzrl Row: Vlryllrighl, Sporc, Truvx, Arnold, llorgrr, l'.irni.1lvr, YV.xclxwil7. lemmril. Young, Morgan, Xvahl ford, lhurnlon, Slmub, Puwdun, liollins. 'lhnil Run" Winlringlurn, Price, Joseph, llarl, K. Millcr, llolmua, XV.nner. Archer, Putt, Xvllillluf, Barth limnklin. Rowe, llnrnlrn, Clifton, Markvl, Marlin, Vigrcn, Suiter, limnklin, I-'ourrh Ron" lnpps, Koski. Davis, liruncz. iiompton, ll, Mnrkcl, Jonvx, lovcsloril. Van lilburg, Siixnleluili, Vu flunp, Russell, Vvrgimri, Church, Ciulymrr, Fmclich, Conner, Myer. Froggv. I-rfth Row' Kochvl, Rodibnuglr, Johnson, l.ung.1cre, Roscndahl, Northrop, Sean. R Miller, litheringlon, Booth Cluipe. New. Mmklrng, l.crnlcy, Molberg. King. I.cwis. .llwne Class of 19311 S1-,COND SIQNIIQSTER fjl"l4'lC1lR5 Prvsirfwll: Sz'a'n'lar'y: Thomas Holt illiam Ribler Vil'f'-I,V4'Sfl1t'I1ff Trrusurvr: Florence Weybriglit Charles Greenleaf Sporzxor: ul Chairman: Mr. Horn Miriam Young lull limi Kmipcr, limll, Siumlers, Vin Amee, linrrnmn, Nw, Kiallcr, llqiillnii, XV.illerx, Swiru, Vuliq, Vule, Y.-imi.iu .M-mm! Run" llisliluiigli, 'lilmrpn Sxcnly. Olds, llarrix, l'wLrur, lloll, Weinstein. Wilson. Misliler, Rowe, liluse, l vncli. llogvmlulilwr. lluril Ruin. Swalcy. lilly. Wliiinafk. McQuevn, R. Miller, Buralrrs, lleclwr, Rivers, Jenks, 'l'.xvernivr, Jones, Sawvcr. Ruprrl, Klrkwuud, Smckwvll, Nlnyx, Tvclvrs, Mr. llorn. luuzlh Rum: Stall, llnincw, XVliitnian, Murphy, Vhlll, Briggs, Rualier. 'I'huiu.1Q, liixhrr, M Millur, Vuelkerl. ll,iulrn, Morningxlnr. llapncr, lingvr, Olxon. l'iIlh Row' Ruurr, Joliiimn, Griswold, Klover, ll Miller, Mast, lfarlywinc, Row, llenman, Danielson, Mahan, Mrlluwull, Phillips, J Miller, Jnukson. Foy. I,n'siiff'rll: Tliomus Holt l',il't'-Pl'l'XitIl'llff Maurice Weinstein SIIUIIJOVJ Mr. Horn June Class of 1193 Fuasr SEMESTER Ol"I"ICERS Srfrwiary: Shirley Leonard Trvusurcfr: Tom Proctor Sofia! Cbairnmn: William Ribler ObJx9-- -lZPZ2lTl'U lfiml Rmu: Bookx, Dodge, Walters, Niceum. lierro, l'ie1ln1mii. Seaberger, Rowe, Amsden, Shaner, Moreno, Kin caiile, Yunce, Meiflintic, Quilo, Bailer, Roberts, Vollniar, Biffets, Arbugast, Hackney. Si-com! Row: Campbell, llamlin, Bassett, Cirandslnff, NVolf, Snyder, XVhiiehead, lieisael, Hill, Hacker, Haworlh l.e.ilherm:in, McDonald, Bridenstine. Steely, Hoxie, Finger. Burke, Robertson. Waggener, Einrer. lireiner, Burwell. Third Row: LeVoncher, Crawford, l.ynn, Rich, Yeager, Toth, Myers, Ruch, Alwine, Fritz, Spade, Shea. Stewart Overholse. Montagno, Ebersole, Mann, Churchill, fflawson, Freeman, lJeFreese. Monshein, Brisendine, Heumitz. Prugh XVilliamson, Ringeberg, Sheeber, C. Reed, Ainhiel, Thompson. l.usher, Deal, G. Reed. Rasp. Fourlh Row: Bryant, Barkman, Strauser, Sager, Basse, Strulile. Stunleback, Gray, Holm, Bally, Fashbaugh llowath, Dickson, Smalley, l.ockmondey, Coleman, Emery, Simon, Tucker, l.iman, Freeby, Perry, Emge, Franks, Shank Lick, Mnyv, Rice. Kendig, l.ynch, Rowell, McQueen, Hege. Firth Row: Moore. Whilecotton, Funk, McPherson, Dolson, Replogle, Downx, Sherwin, Knight. Beaver, Slober Boylan. Fosdick. M, Miller. Shultz, Marks, Kraye, Jaines. Dunn. J. Miller. Fahl, Sunday, Cirow, Perkins, Meinke Hranchick. Hemmingway, F, llemmingway, Wobbler, Nyce, McGowan, Edwards. .lone Class of 1932 SECCTND SEIVIESTER KJFFICERS l'rc'xiJ1'nl: Secretary: Tony Minelli XVilliam Stewart Vin'-Prc'sia'c'11l: Trwlsurrr: Doris McDonald Erma Leatherman Sponsor: Social Chairman: Mr. Jones 3 Donald Hallauer lfrml Row Brown, liultl. Vargu, Miller, lfrocllrlr. llmmk. Mrliall, lamlv, lihy, Sprmrklin, llmilcswnrth, lholpf. XV. Miller, Weax'Q'r, Grows. lllunrn. lireed, lgrlgill, Jolmson. Second Rous: Myers, Zakrnisek. Adams, Hunn. Strinlz, Lnrnrr, Nl:lJnnald. Mlnclli. Lnrltonmu, R. Miller. Kraft, Brown. Richter, Troyrr, Francisco. Wright, V. Bonfrglin. 'lihirrl Row' Hawkins, Rcplnglc. llrumnn, Van line, Mishlcr, Vargo, Look, Hnrn. Van Patten. Li, XVrrght. Slutzman, Gciaer, Haines, Reploglr, Kiddcr. Vigrcn. Myers, Smith. Warren, Langdnc, Fick, Clements, Koehler, Vvlolschlagvr. Fourth Row: Mr, Jones. Anderson. XX'mvcr. Kcrlin, Koontz, l,ueder, Shank, Ciittadinv, Kauffman. Jarvis. Burke, Stupnicky, llixon. Stack, Hmtetlvr. Ciummingn. Olmn, lrlofl. Smolc. lfrflh Row: Zuck. Mcliw. Pollard. J, Znkrnisck, Gardner, Miller. Work, Kemblc, Krcidcr, llntflrld, Bustick, Smith, Torgcson. McDowell. Schrwn, XVvilrr. Bvsmwr, Stewart, Tmka. Mitchell. June Class of 1932 IIIRSI' Sumlisuik k,7l"l"ILLLQRS l Prr'sia'vnf' Sc'4'r'z'fary: Tony Minclli Geraldine Haworth Vive-Prc'sidr'11I: Trmszlrer: Doris McDonald Erma Leatherman Sffonxor: Sofia! Cl7!lfl'l7It1l1J Mr. jones N Vera Meyers E -wif? FM.: L! ! ! 5--ulwi we r,- 2 -, fir tri ' 3,- f M,-M ' -fi A JVTQ1 ' i Srfiefif ' f 'ixirtv ,g f Wi .2 'lr f V ,fi 52129 - ,gil 35 wiki ,figs Wig? rule? X ".3,.X ide! 23 .SJR il liz' gig 5 M? Us GE ii: We Q3 wi K ly f4 'F H ,w rt 6 if Q. 3 .. 4 -3 L 'fi wi Q-A OU -lZbZ2I'Tl'U A Xi lfzrxl Row: Magnuson. M.1cl5riclc,Rrglrin. Iimnlt. Statlfirr. tnwley. Dotson. llulhic. l'lctchfr. lluggtns. S L . ' ee. Smut, Lomplon. Second Row: Vitek. Nicltum. Rogers, Ort, Urquhart. Powtlawillz. Steed, Riff. Tracy. Slnugh. lornpkins. llnvxer Dulce, Crumb, Mciscr, Nichols. Wilson. Mr. XVilliams. Third Row: Lehman, Unger, Hoff, Shroclt, Burk. Mortimer. Fetter, Harman. King. XVienhnfl, llcnver, lktvitlsnn Boice. ll. Lehman. Fourth Row: Wentz. Horn, Gcrster. Moore. llolmm. Adyelott. liorwich. Salisbury, Russell. XVilliams, llrowllax Langle, Kyle, Bateman, 1.. Wilson. Smith, Duckwall. FIRST SEMESTER QFFICERS President: Gilbert Dotson Virv-Prrxidml: Jack Cawley Sf'rrr'fa1'y: Henry Lyndall T1'1'ax11rfr: Raymond Duthic Sofia! Cbairmau: Grace Huggins Sjlonsor: Mr. Williams .lanaary Class of 1932 SECOND SEMESTHQ OI"I"ICERS Prrsidenl: XVl1itney Slabaugh V iff'-Prexidml: Alice Pletcher Srrrrlary-Trmxzlrrr: Lorene Magnuson Social Clmirnzan: Anna Marie Krumm Sflonxor: Miss Wolf lusl Row' llciwl, livnlwuclx, .lvnvn. lnlxiu, llruxnun, Ulivvr, Sinus, Ovurlmxw. lclirvu-, iiuipv, imniur, lluvetvr, l'iuriu.ul, Cirirli, lXlull-nlimu Second Ruuaf Rhudcs, Shrcinvr. llnpa. Sum, Vvlaggoiirr, frumli, llilvlm, Kvggcris. Rogers, XVriglil. llaulwn, lumlquixt, llolclrmnn. Blvxiing. lihull Row' XVL-yrick. Rcploglc, Millvr, Urmvy. l.ung.icrv, llnmlui, l.urun.xn, lklvrwr, Kidder, Kmki, lluxklun. fininplwll, Znrnigvr, Sclimidl. llngcrxy, Milli, Young, Smluwxkv, Smith, Miu lfnglrmnn Ilxurih Rau" llill, Kcrlin, iiveru, l'l.ulgell, Culp, R liucklrn, l,elim.m. Shaw, Frvchelxu, Cirnflia, Clrosnickle, Mulicn7ie, Adams. Borneman, Baum, lfnnlxerg, Singer, Xvintringhnxn, Turnock. .lmmwry Class nf N33 Fmsr SiaM1as'1'1R Om-'lexus Ill't'Sitll'lIff Austin Speas Vin'-I' l't'Sil1t'l1ff James Oliver Qn'n'h1l"y: Mary Overleasc' 'I"i'w1x ll rv r: David Lelievre Soriul Cbairmzm: Wilson Singer Slbcmsori Miss Engleman Srciolvu SEMESTER f5l"lfICERS I'rr'xi1lf'11f.' james Oliver Vin'-Prvxia1z'l1l: Austin Speas St'l'l't'ftll"y! Evelyn Miller Tn'ux11rr'r: George Grosnickle Sovial Chairman: Betty Wriglmt Slbonsor: Miss Engleman eil ,aw lb l- gf . 51 i .H . H I , O P E N e N " A S N E T .i gf f gf. li Q 32512 2 i I, , W , , i 31 LQ, . K" -,5 Uh . if git' tu il 45" -'lZDZ2l'Tl'U 0030- r ,ew M , 1. an ,, SW ,J 425534 fffffiji ?3'?ff.g X cage, Ave. Ll 1312 ,sm 4359 E -' 55 K J JI' in .A E5 . 'H li Q . - 'kf' em." l m ? mx- gifs 14,424 .,.,,,. mf T, 34, if 351594 V 5-lm! ftfnl 3 5 T13 1 Q14 2 Vail: X .gy 1 , , ,-,E ,A .1 n I .. we ' .' 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Crank, Pr1'.vid1'l1f: Lowell Taylor Vim'-Pl'Pxidc'nf: Paul Crumbaugh Sponsor: Miss Sackett .llwne Class of 1933 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Sl't'I'l'fllI'yi Eleanor Colbert Trf'ax11rrr: jean Keene Social Cbairznuu: Frank Miller lwrxl Ruud, NV.tdv. Trurx. Lnus, Kuitirr, I-swift. Kimc, Ntwh, Myurs, l3i'tdcn'.ttut-, Ohlnk, Lirtmvm, liirtlrritlt, Wnllmu. Cilnwmn, Hnvcrtvt. Allen, Scfond Row Scars. Gricb. Schlutturh.tck, Stccic, Ltttndin. Bash. Sttiiivan. XX'nrx'cn, 'l't'.1I. hchallml, Kirtsnirt. Mast Hcttingrr. Gchrand. Scciry, Fisher. 'lihird Row: Ronzonc, Rvnnldi. Onkcs, l,:tphnm. Hook, Hutchison, llclnc. Bcnnrr. XVin1cr, Bowur. Millx, l3ivit'tro, tnnnrinno, Alfrcd. Lurcnz. Sprnccr. McI7uffic. Iiorbrcdg, Ciirtcn. Knntz, Co:-per. lfuurlh Row. Ulrickwn. Martin, Holt, Kccnc, Twiford. Kunlwl. Yost, Stine. Iiiuhcr. Mary, Kchxvs, Pcnrmn, Stout. Mincili, Paige. Bcavcr. Fvrm. Erbs, Wcax'cr, linimcrmn, Snyder. Loomii. Niccum. liiflh Run: Cilnrk. Sonburg. Kuhn. 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KW '-fm ' XX .x 7 77' Q 1 1 . ll J j q!NYOa B ' X qlmofi Fl-owgq D A NQUF-1 Cn AND AY UQ, MMS A'55ENyBg.Y NCENIENT F 'xx ul if ,fl fx Q , gy! ff Iwi ' ' M? lft V, ,X f 9 ' X MAY DAy X 'QM ff BACCALAUREATE , Plvrq. ,Bb-ggguv Q Emops VMAY N H X ORGANIZATIONS 1 11 3 5 5 E H S E VIRGINIA ADAMS MILDRED Goon Editor-in-Cbicff Managing Ezliior The 119350 Pennant Annnnl Editorial Staff of 11930 Annual Faculty Advisor, Miss Dorothy Kelly: Business Manager, XVilliard Combs: Art Editor, Marian Powell, Athletic Editor, Donald Ball: Advertising Manager, Ned LeFevreg Assistant Advertising Manager, Mayre Berkeyg Assistant Business Manager, Robert Ring- enbergg Assistant Managing Editor, Margaret Boice. Assistant Athletic Editors: Minor Sports, Graydon Holdemang Football, Howard Beurleg Basketball, Walter Wells: Tennis, Violet Rohrer. Art: Editor, Marion Powell: Assistant, Ruth Ebersole. Humor: Chester Mixer. Faculty: Ruth Schmidt. Snap- shots: Georgia Brown, Dixie Fields. Dramatics: Anne Rose, Mary Ellstrom. Calendar: Dorothy Thompson, Pauline Schmidt. Alumni: Ruth Fifer, Hazel Mitchell. Music-Art: Jean Herbster, Barbara Lyndall. Organizations: james Fetters, Pauline Hostetler. .Ian- uary NVrite-Ups: Harriett Shreiner, Juliet Olson, Eldred Hetter. January VC'ill: Emeline Squibb, Leonard Huggins. january Prophecy: Mary Troxel, Harry Earl. January His- tory: Geraldine Day, Lewis Creighton. june Write-Ups: Lucille Jamison, Bertha Tyson, Dorothy Yerke. june Will: Vfanda Lambdin, Doris Smith. June Prophecy: Chester Mixer, Marv Montgomery. June History: Winifred Reams, Edith Chiss. Fira! Row: Trrnccr. Crawford, Lapham. Thompson, Shrcincr, Frank, Young. Leonard, Lynch, Huggins. Second Row: Ball, XViley, Miss Kelly. Greenleaf, Proctor, Basslei. Pennant Weekly Editor-in-Chief .,,.,., . ,..., , .,.,.... Harriett Shreiner Copy Editor, ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,, D orothy Thompson News Editor .,,, U , , , ,.,,, . ,.,.,,,, ,..,,. , , , .,,....,., ,. . ,, . Kathryn Frank Athletics, ,,,, , ,,Tom Proctor, Editor, Carl Bassler, Don Ball, jack Cawley Humor ,,,,,,,,A ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,,,,.,,,,..,,,r,,r....,.., , ..........,,. A , ..,r,.,A,,,. Dick Wiley Exchange .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, E leanor Lynch, Shirley Leonard Society..... ,.,., ..,,..... , ...,,,....,..,..,..,.....,.,...,,,.,.,...,., G race Huggins Features .........., ,,,.., M argery Treener, Lela Gilson, Marian Lapham Advertising .,,,,,,,,,,,,....,... , ,...................., ..., , .,.,,t...,,....,.......,........ Miriam Young, Manager Alice Fletcher, Margaret Arnold, Helen Bassett, Harriet Church, Pauline Farley Business ,. ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, A , ,,Charlcs Greenleaf Reporters: Avis Anderson, Velma Arisman, William Best, Jeanette Crowe, Mary Fahl, Marjorie Finger, Edna Grandstaff, Ova Greiner, Naomi Hamlin, jean Kapp, John Landis, Beatrice MacBride, Raymond Rice, Marguerite Stout, Jeanne Torgeson, Edna Urqu- hart, Richard Wyatt. Faculty Advisor..- ,,,, ...,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, M i ss Kelly Q la: x9-A OCA -lZPZZl'Tl'U iw, 2 J Us .i i -QZPZZTTVU COMD- fb A 151 f We . nr 'x 'f rf X 'VY E' . rig, Quill: 25 .1 1 First Row: Tracy, Fifcr, Scars, l.yncl.lll, Dewey, Adams, Montgomery. llarman. Good, Shrciiwr, lllvtchur. linwwui. lluggins, Brown. Second Row: Kcggereis, Grandslall, Mcngcs, Bassett, W.ignrr. N. Hamlin, Mcllridt, Leonard, Young. l'unlif houscr. H. Hamlin, Ronzone. Wcybright, Rubin. Thirr! Row: Mrs. Boone, Leonard, Nyce, Crawford, Work, Gulmycr. Frank. Chester. Milthcll, Church. llrrrzr. llorgcr, Lapham. Denison. lfourlh Row: Stout, Compton, Baum, Tremor, Grover, Sykes, Shaxbcrgcr. liucklvn, Jamison. 'lroxvl, Civlvliarrl. Propp, Parmater. . Rah! Rah! Club The Rah! Rah! Club is limited to sixty girls chosen by vote, and was organized to support athletics. This year the club, in conjunction with the Fighting Fifty, presented the yell leaders with new suits at an Assembly given by the two clubs. Candy sles were held at the foot- ball and basketball games. In the spring the annual party for the athletes was held in the gym, with Mayre Berkey in charge of arrangements. Firsf Semester Officers: President, Mary Montgomeryg Vice-President, Virginia Adamsg Secretary, Helen Harmang Treasurer, Alice Dewey, Social Chairman, Mayre Berkey. Second Semester OD'ic'c'rs: President, Mary Montgomeryg Vice-President, Ruth Denison, Secretary, Helen Harman, Treasurer, Alice Dewey, Social Chairman, Mayre Berkey. Sponsor: Mrs. Boone. l'irvl lioiu llrsiiirninn. I'.irm.iier, lliblet. Ringenberg, Deiweilcr, Bnrgcr. Bock, Ronlonr, Rickey, Fril7, Blessing, Kiilifrr, limmeri. .Xuionil Hunt' lvlicvri-. Vonilis, R, Miller. Proctor, llnviilson, Mishlcr, llnines, XV. Davidson, Fetiers, Full, I utr. Klmrlcsworrh, Ihiril Nou" Vv'i'iler. Bale, llreler. liarl, Withers, Mathias, Munxch, XVeinstein, Greenleaf, Mr. Peterson. livurlb Rini' Holi. Murphv. Li Dotson, Bvuilv, Huggins, Foy, Jackson, lcindis. I.ynd.ill, R, Iiolson. Fighting F zifty Climb The purpose of the Fighting Fifty is to promote good sportsmanship and to further .ill high school activities. This year the club sold concessions at the games and, together with the Rah! Rah! Club, presented the yell lenders with new suits at ri Fighting Fifty-Rah! Rah! pep meeting. The Fighting Fifty ushers served at the May Festival, the Ben Greet production of "Hamlet", Commencement, and all basketball games. liirxfSe111i'xl1'rOjfir'4'l's: President, W'illiam Burgerg Secretary, Bob Detweilerg Treasurer, Bud Bock. Sf'l'UII!f Sl'IIll'Sfl'V fJjji4'f'i'x: President, Don Ball, Vice-President, Matthew Ronzoneg Secretary, Williaini Ribletg Treasurer, Frank Parmater. SfJ!lIIXOV'.' Mr. Peterson. -- ,-new M., .0 5' um 1 2 ,Lx li, fi N a l"'vl . gag so ,Q 3? Q - Ds I-:lsr Rfuv: Parks. Rrploglc. XVinnvr. Siner, l.uon.1rd. Mory. Miklwlson. Dewey. llciwl, Young. Wvvbrighl. Broughton, King. V Serum! Row llarmon, Vlilliains. lirggurcis, Yorningur, lynch, Baum, Monfgunwry, Schmidt, Benner, l r.i.y irl Reserqve Cllula The Senior Girl Reserves meet each Wednesday. lnterest groups, discussions and speeches are followed by supper. The club sponsored a tea, a banquet for fathers, a vesper service, "Hiawatha" and "The Mystic Flower." Delegates were sent to Camp Grey, and the conference in South Bend. Ojirrrs: President, Mary Montgomery, Vice-President, Helen Harman, Secretary, Jean Tracy, Treasurer, Barbara Baum, Social Chairman, Shirley Leonard, Service, Florence Weybright, Program, Ruth Schmidt, Finance, Doris Smith, Publicity, Alice Dewey. The Freshmen Girl Reserves meet each Thursday after school. Ojf'lc'c'rs: President, Janice Hagerty, Vice-President, Betty Schmidt, Secretary, Jean Keene, Treasurer, Eleanor Colbert. Sjlonxorx: Miss Parks, Miss Broughton, Miss King, Miss Siner, Miss Wise, and Miss Benner. FIRST ROW: 'l'r.iulm.in. Iintrrs, Holmes, Nelson, Marliricle, liribley, l.tl7rvre, Proctor, Voinbe, lloll, Yoder, Amlvrson, Mahan, SI-FUND ROW. Blessing, Bell, Ball, Drnmnionil, Vigren, Srhrock, Mishlvr, Kirkwood, Wi-ili'r, Geiwr, Il, llaines, Slunicky, Circrnlvnl, Hester. Minclli. THIRD ROW Miller, Wnurk, Burke. Bcssmer, Richter, lnxngle, ff. Haines, longacre, Gresham, W. Moore, S. Moore, Sherman. Landis, Nlr llorn. Hi-Y Club Senior Hi-Y discussion groups were held at the noon luncheons. The club sponsored parties, Father and Son banquets, the State Older Boys' Conference, and "The Awaken- ing of john Slater." Hi-Y delegates attended the State Hi-Y Presidents' Conference. Senior Hi-Y Ojfivvrs: President, Ned LeFevreg Vice-President, Robert Fribleyg Secretary, Tom Proctorg Treasurer, Willard Combs, Social Chairmen, Donald Ball, James Fettersg Membership Chairman, Charles Greenleaf, Program Chairman, Delford Drum- mond, Initiation, Howard Hurmence, Tom Holt. Junior Hi-Y met every Thursday in Mr. Horn's room to discuss Vocation and other subjects of interest. The club cooperated with the Senior Club in all Hi-Y activities. During the second semester luncheon meetings were held. junior Hi-Y Oflirvrx: President, Emanuel Weiler, Vice-President, Wayiie Traut- mang Secretary, james Work, Treasurer, Jacob Geiserg Social Chairman, Harry Haines, Membership Chairman, Paul Bessmer. Sponxorx: Mr. Horn and Mr. Harvey. ,M Jak , K 9 ' t is is W, i , A ' is f L 52 L.. if ' Si i Y J 3 sf . Q H ff lf' Pt., 5 bt sr -.- f, , - ,,,...cmvaav,. :na-rc.:-iv 3.1 ,Myra if l it iw! r ,,. , axis IW" 3 I-iirxl Row: Hamlin, Rose, Gilson, Kollal, Wcybright. Proctor, Crow, Arismnn. Rubin. Sr-mm! Row: Van Patten, Smole, Yvrke, Wagner. Leonard, Hcrter, Combs. lhml Row: lyndall, W'ils'y, Ammons, Miller, Landis, McBridr, Mr. Bryngelsun. Forum Club The purpose of the Forum is to stimulate interest in debating and all branches of public speaking. This organization is responsible for the support of the High School debate teams and for the Public Speaking contests. Since members do not pay dues in this organization, money is obtained from candy sales, dances, and movies in the Auditorium. Membership in the Forum is limited to thirty. Firsf Sc'mr'sh'r Ojivers: President, Florence Weybrightg Vice-President, Martha Kollatg Secretary-Treasurer, James Spryg Social Chairman, Tom Proctor. Svvwzd Swrzvsfer Ojifers: President, Willard Combsg Vice-President, Mary Wagnerq Secretary-Treasurer, Hugh Millerg Social Chairman, Shirley Leonard. Sponsor: Mr. Bryngelson. liinh Roux XVilvy. l.ynd.1Il. Miller, laiidiv, Hector, Mr. Bryngrlwn. limnl Ihuu: Lknnbs, Ruse. Proctor, Arismnn, l,ountryman. Debate Squad February Wzlrsaw Negative vs. Elkhart Affirmative, here. February -Elkhart Negative vs. Concord Affirmative, there. February -Goshen Aflirmative vs. Elkhart Negative, here. February -Elkhart Affirmative vs. Goshen Negative, there. February -Warsaw' Affirmative vs. Elkhart Negative, there. February 19-Concord Negative vs. Elkhart Affirmative, here. Of the five debaters on the Varsity, only two-Wiley' and Proctor-will return next year. Combs, Countryman, and Heeter are graduating Seniors. Tom Proctor was cap- tain of the squad this season and debated both Negative and Affirmative of the question. From the standpoint of victories by decision, the season was not so successful as that of last ear but the debnters feel that nothin was lost b defeat, in com arison to what the Y g Y P Y gained in work and training. From the standpoint of training value and knowledge of a current issue, the season was most successful. Coarlr: Mr. Bryngelson. ' Zn! ' we A! -5 59'31?' alfa A R iii K Y L nag S ig' K li-gpgr ' , R" L' if-will is 5 in 9.4 say, -' f If f H3 5- dfv'-'il 3-fi?-9 PM Pi. EQ E914 . rs ,ic ,nf .Qu , wr, mfg . Q 1 Q .af Q-A O03 -42PZZlTlU E27 F ww 1 in wr up l 3 if 5 5525 Q. 5 952 Ti + aa? kai? 5 V A ,. iw . .M Q , 3 d T 5 'lfsiifi "'i"cc Patti? 'M lgli-:Nfl -f gf' 'f . ,tt f is i j fr' .slmfx il 4 nfs' 'im' . itvf 'Elia lfrml Row: Jcnkens, Martin. Kring. Yoder, Vlork. Nictum, Miller, lleidlei, Semnd lime. llushci. Kciulig, Booth. Miss L.unn1ngh.im. lfalvl. Mcliarlannl. llrlsci. Le Cerele Francais Le Cercle Francais, composed of nineteen second and third year French students, held its meetings on the first and last Tuesdays of each month. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in French life and customs. This purpose was carried out in the ycar's program. Firxf Scmrsfm' Ojicrrs: President, Eleanor Workg Vice-President, Geraldine Free- mang Secretary-Treasurer, Rachel Yoderg Program Chairman, Etta Mae Niccum. Second Scfnzesfrfr OjfHfrrs: President, Rachel Yoderg Vice-President, Etta Mae Niccumg Secretary-Treasurer, Eleanor W'orkg Program Chairman, Katharine Miller. Sponsor: Miss Cunningham. i , -fr,wscug's,j1g.furpnapg,vvi' 1 W FIIFSI Row: Fifer. Ecklebarger, Miss King. Troxel, Mitchell. Second Row: Montagano, Sailor, Day. Lyndall, McKenzie. Ferro. Third Row: Helser, LeFevre, Reim, Earl. Greenleaf. El Circulo Espanol El Circulo Espanol organized and held its first meeting September 26, 1929. The members voted in favor of pins and elected Marie McKenzie, Faye Reim and Barbara Lyndall to make the rules for earning the pins. 'Club meetings were held on alternate Thursdays, members answering to the roll call with the name of some important Spanish city, event, or hero. Reports were given on Spain and its customs. A . First Semester Oficers: President, Ruth Fiferg Vice-President, Erma Ecklebargerg Secretary, Eudora Mitchellg Treasurer, Mary Troxel, Program Chairman, Mayre Berkeyg Social Chairman, Ruth Denison. . Second Semester Offers: President, Faye Reimg Vice-President, Virginia Ferrog Secretary, Eudora Mitchell, Treasurer, Charles Greenleaf g Program Chairman, Geraldine Dayg Social Chairman, Vera Meyers. Sponsor: Miss King. gs. ww rw vw' 1 "'e 1 7 A Q. Tlzbzzmqu ocno- r, A, .WW si? wt' . ,S 'id 4 si 1 'ii Q .115 .. . .W we W 1.9 '1 '1 f.:.gg, NME., i ik: ,vt ' :naw ,t,, .5 stud' fe is rv' w e zfhv- i iw, 4 .,, gg-A OO -lZPZZlT1'U ul' W ,Q fu ME , 1 4' ' .3 if 'E i tfff' . ,JG ,. uw r 'NEQ 2 . 1:45 was sv? ig.. , 71:3 -Ly .NJ V, .JL . W ' 1 .!, .1 i' if 'r' ri I ' ,N .J 5.vj,ta,g rsfiffgs, KQQRFE C g ir? 1 ., ,.1: v 3? it ,- 3 z v. ,. . -ff , .: 1 urs 5 V A. rw :Lgk ,f if - ' 'fsisfx . 1. Q 'Riff' ' ., 1 , - tit 'Ti' 13 , n. r Fits! Row: B. McBride, Creighton, Harman, Fritz, R. Srhmidt, Combs, Smith. Proctor, Holt, Compton. Second Row: Davidson. Harris, Weybright. Grandsraff, Lnpham, Miller. Mitchell, Brown, Whitnack, Drummond, Miss Burns. Third Row: Work, Olson, Danielson, Sears, Fletcher, Reim, Landis, E, McBride, P. Schmidt, Rhorer. Circus Classictas Circus Classicus is composed of fifty Cicero and Virgil students. Meetings were held each month at the homes of the Juniors and Seniors, who alternate as hosts. Reports on Roman dress, manners, customs, and national life were discussed at the meetings, and modern songs were sung in Latin. By means of a moving picture presented in the Auditorium, money was made to finance the Latin Contest. , Ojicers: Senior Consul, Willard Combsgkjunior Consul, Tom Proctorg Scriba, Helen Harman, Quaestor, Ernie Fritzg Senior Aediles, Lewis Creighton and Ruth Schmidt, Junior Aediles, Tom Holt and Doris Smith. Sponsor: Miss Burns. I-'irxl Row: Hortin, lfcklvbargrr, R, Schmidt, Rohrrr, Corpe, Harman P. Schmidt, Stevens, Shimrr. Second Row: Emmcrl, R. llarnmn, Hagerty, Jenkins. Stout, Booth, Shcnabrrgcr, Kfnwlvv, Mr. Mtfhrlnry. lihird Row: Rrnn, McBride. Yoder, Iiriblcy. Rivers. Bcurle. Ringcnhcrg, Cami. Agctt Club The Agat Club was reorganized in October, 1929. A new constitution was made which limited the membership to twenty-five and to those with two years of mathe- matics. At thc meetings, which were held every two weeks, members studied the lives and contributions of the early mathematicians, and the relation of mathematics to everyday affairs and problems. Firsl SFll1!'Sfl,Y' Officers: President, Violette Rhorerg Vice-President, Helen Harman, Secretary, Kenneth Corpeg Treasurer, Ruth Schmidt, Social Chairman, Pauline Schmidt. Second Smmfsfvr O1j'irm's: President, Violette Rhorerg Vice-President, Helen Har- man, Secretary, Dolly Horeing Treasurer, Erma Ecklebargerg Social Chairman, Ruth Schmidt. Sponsor: Mr. McCartney. f - A, F ,-TL-L f 'L Inaif 3 ' 'bf?1yff'1 'full y x 1 2 O T P V I E N J .l J 'Lg UT Q' gg-A O03 -lZPZ2lTl'U lfirsl Row: Crawford, McC.1w, Longacre, Gray. Holtz, Dickerhoff, Gray, Enos, Kochcr, Werman. Yerkc, Mann, llorvntch. Second Row: Miss Depcw, Fashbaugh, Thompson. Thornton, Collins, Swank, Schicber, Art, Books. Lehman, llout, Miss Bender. I Ghivd 'Roux Krysiak, Schmidt, Davis, Clyde, Meckling, Northrop, Walker, Slack, Heminger, Sailor, Vfarner. Hemingway, Sager. Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club held meetings the hrst and third Thursdays of each month. The Club earned money by serving suppers to the teachers. The money was used to frame a picture given to the Club by the Art Class. They also purchased a mirror for the girls' first floor locker room. Programs were given at each meeting and at one meeting Mrs. McDonald talked on "Nursing as a Profession." First Semester OfC6TS! President, Margaret Gray, Vice-President, Berdine Dicker- hoifg Secretary, Dorothy Holtzg Treasurer, Dorothy Enos. Second Semester Officers: President, Dorothy Enos, Secretary, Florence Schieberg Treasurer, Dorothy Crawford, Program Chairman, Margaret Gray, Social Chairman, Dorothy Sailor, Finance Chairman, Frances Boylan. Sponsors: Miss Depew and Miss Bender. lfiixl Row: Pouden. McKenzie. Price, Tnllman. Graus, Cflriss. Lassie, Bonliglio, Pugilexv. Second Row: Ivins, Thompson. Reames. Hurst, Ellstrome, Martin, Krysialt, Lambdin. Van Tilburg. Briiller. Barnes, Gail, Cale. Rose, Longacre. Yoder. Third Row: Miss Kirkland, Gebhart. Waite. Fair. Urquhart, Lcisl. Holman. Gcmtcr. Connor. Young. Cliftore. Dtnlr, Hamlin. Tyson. Sailor, C. Mann, DcDario. Ronzone, Smith, Sutter, Whittle. I-'ourlh Row: Lewis, Allen, Funkhouser, Menges. Froelick, Scholl. Truex, Rowe. Wentzel. Waller, Barth, Joseph, llarl. Lorenz, Powell, Ganger. Vcrnier. Plnss. Moore, Eash. Smelrzer, Compton, Miss Robinson. Fillh Row: King. Richmond. Fawley. Miller. Murphy. Ciuipe. Moherg, Snyder, Fletcher. Northrop. lfopsey. M. Mann. King. Slack, Bruncz. Srunicbcck. Tomlinson, Southworth. Commercial Club The Commercial Club, with a membership of eighty-five, has held only five meetings this year. At these meetings officers were elected, committees appointed, and a club pin selected. On February 14 the club held a Valentine party at the Grover Studios. The club sponsored the Elkhart entrants in the various Commercial contests. At the meetings this year lectures were given by Elkhart business men of "Business Ethics." Officers: President, Wanda Lambding Vice-President, Kathryn Krysiakg Secretary, Gurley Van Tilbergg Treasurer, Vera Martin. Sjlonsors: Miss Robinson and Miss Kirkland. QQ-A O02 -4ZPZZlT1'U '-'fi V-tjgyggigeisr ff- , V -- .' ,, I 2.2 - -. ,g-3, yv - , Q- , Vg, A V . .. fi... ' ,. , v A A . -1.1. 'i nfl -'L .xi 11 Haul. -: 1. - H - ."2'- -' -' 1221 "f'1'.:n ' . ' " ' f 4 t 'ii' f- A. - ' ' r. V5 'v:'1fiiQ??'75w2'95?ff'-Jing,fs,S5v"',7'e1afFr..'f:ffa-': '1 - 'V 1 2 . . -' . ' 4 - A 1 fi- an 24 f6,i f rr .ii a miter fl A ,jet who i 2" r i-'-1?-xxx V. I-Lum! Row: Powell. Nlongcr, .'Xrixn1im. Blocmn llowmd, Dodge. Jatkxmi. Rvit. Kollsi. Trcntu Samui Run' Higlcr. I' Sthmitll, Dewey. Mrvei. Iynth, Rasp, lnlcmnu. lripr, Klux Kult llmil limb. flnlxon, Kyysiak. llmtclla-1. imlymrn. Miller. Rnwcl, lhlrvmplc, Mnlmnrv. Art Club The Art Club met every second and fourth Thursday of the month. This year Miss Engleman and Miss Van Nuys told about their trips to Europe. Mr. McCracken discussed picture appreciation, and Miss Winternitz discussed "Art On the Stage." The Club sponsored one jitney dance, and in connection with the Dramatics Club presented "The Haunted House of Blackburn," a three-act play by Chester Mixer. Cljfiveriv: President, Ruth Ebersoleg Vice-President, Roland Dodgeg Secretary, Mary Howardg Treasurer, Gerald Bloomg Chairman of the Executive Committee, Kathryn Monger. Spouxor: Miss Cole. 4 'X ,QXI -'Q DRAMATICS ... Q-, at 4 lfirxl Row: Squibb, Kollal. lleidler, llllslrom. Frank. l,rFrvrr. Olson, Iiunkhousrr. Rnhn, Shrriner. Good. .lnniison Liolclman, l..1phnm, Xrmmi Row, lnos, Bruce. Kiilsun. Tvxoii, Sthnll. Oliver. Scrnczynski, Steele. I'r.ur, Rasp. Sailor, Nolcs, Baker, Dickcrhoff, Edsall. Ihiril Row: Rose, lirilz, Kflarlx. llngerly, BeMiller. Day. Miss Winternilz, l.oll. Fields. Howard, Miller, Mixer, Fail. I-inurlh Row: Smrllz, Plrlclirr, Hoslctlcr. Rheese. Vvlalkcr, Wells. Huggins, Shulli, Mathias, Freeman. Decker, Ikuvvns, Iyndall. Arisman. Dmmatics Club The Dramatics Club was reorganized this fall with the purpose of promoting a deeper and more profound interest in Drama and the Theater. A three-act play, "Deacon Dubbs," was given the second semester and throughout the course plays were written and produced by the students. They collaborated with thc Art Club in presenting "The Haunted House of Blackburn," a three-act play by Chester Mixer. Firxi SC'lIll'Sff'l' Ojfvvrx: President, Juliet Olson, Secretary, Ned LeFevreg Treasurer, Lawrence Wilson, Social Chairman, Bertha Funkhouser. Second Smrzesfer Ojicvrs: President, Juliet Olsong Vice-President, Donald Ball, Secretary, Walter Wells, Treasurer, Chester Mixer, Social Chairman, Ernie Fritz. Sponsor: Miss Winternitz. -f ii! lfzfi lg' N16 v ' '- TZLQXZ5 , , N. 42, .fa T iii ,Q 2. fl a se: E K'-f"'f? Q 'T L as N of 'Q-,, -2 mwsgrm-smacsss wma. Thank You On May 16 the Senior Class presented "Thank You," a three-act play by Cushing and Smith. Rev. David Lee is a minister with 55800.00 a year parishioners donate these last presents, for which he has comes from Paris and starts things moving in the parish. discards her finery, and adopts gingham. She wins the uncle a popular, respected minister instead of a drudge. from a "Thank You" man into a man of inde endence. P Hannah s,,,,ssss,s Miss Blodgett, W joe Willets Rev. David Lee Andy Fieardsley ,,,,s,, Mrs. Jones Gladys jones ,,,,,,, Monte Jones Y Diane THE CAST Pauline Hostetler Lucille Jamison Kenneth Schultz , Ned LeFevre Charles Countryman Doris Smith Rosena Brown Y Willard Combs Mary Ellstrom Kenneth Jamieson ,,,,.,..s,s,,, Cornelius Jamieson, , Leonard Higginbottom Abner Norton ,,,,,,,, Dr. Andrew Cobbn ,, judge Hasbrouck , Hiram Swett ,, Morton Jones ,, ,, Alfred Watrous , Griggs , six tons of coal, and tips. His to say "Thank You." His niece She takes up her home with him, son of a rich man and makes her She advertises him and turns him Ernest Mathias , W'alter Wells , Chester Mixer Roland Dodge , ,,,,, ,James Fetters ,Donald Ball Arthur Haut , ,, H john Moore Vfayne Helser ,Gerald Rahn Green Stockings The junior Class presented "Green Stockings," a three-act comedy by A. F. S. Mason, in the Auditorium, March 7. The story centers around Celia Farraday, the ledest daughter of Wfilliam Farraday, who has twice been compelled to wear green stockings at the weddings of her younger sisters. She resents the responsibility the family has placed on her and in order to arouse their interest in her she announces her engagement to Colonel john Smith, of West African Rifles. Aunt lda is taken into her confidence and Celia tells her that Colonel Smith is an imaginary person. Her sisters, Evelyn and Madge, insist that she write a letter to Colonel Smith and she complies. She thinks that she has destroyed the letter but without her knowledge the letter is mailed. To her surprise the imaginary hero then appears in the flesh. Amusing complications follow, hut the play ends with Celia engaged to the real Colonel .Iohn Smith. f.cll.l Phyllis Madge livelyn liolihy THF CAST Almeda Slack Shirley Leonard Dorothy Enos Mary Russell Tom Holt Smith Grice liarraday Raleigh Steele Richard Wiltxy' Morris Weiiisteiii Tom Proctor Harold Ruppert Hugh Miller "The Haunted House of Blackburn" 1 "The Haunted House of Blackburn," a three-act mystery play by Chester Mixer, was presented by the Art Club on April 25. The story centers around the Blackburn diamond which is hidden in the house of Abijah Blackburn. Jane Blackburn, sister of Abijah, and her son, Thomas, try to get possession of the jewel. However, by using a fake map, Abijah outwits them. Mary Blackburn, Abijah's niece, is given the real map, and with the aid of John Randolph she gains possession of the diamond. Abijah, whom Mary believes dead, proves to be a very much alive. He presents Mary and John with the diamond as a wedding gift. The Cast: Abijah Blackburn, James Fetters, Jane Blackburn, Pauline Hostetler, Thomas Blackburn, Dard Shank, Mary Blackburn, Miriam Young, John Randolph, Ned LeFevre, Percival VanTine, Harold Rusher, Nannette, Shirley Leonard, Rathbone John, son, Tom Proctor, Maude Johnson, Alice Dewey, Cecile, Ruth Denison, Marshal Skinna- horn, Leonard Huggins. "Deacon Dubhsv By WILLIAM B. HARE This amusing comedy was presented on April 4, by the Dramatics Club. The play starts with the mortgage due, and the old house belonging to Rose must be sold. There is a secret which Rose has about something which happened three years before while she was in the city. She tells Amos that she cannot reveal what it is then, but will tell him after their marriage. In the meantime Rawdon Crawley, a man from the city, comes. He offers to give any price for the house. However, the Deacon puts him in the well and the house goes to Amos. The city "feller" threatens to expose Rose's marriage to him while she was in the city. The Deacon manages to come just at the right time to get Rawdon away. He is well repaid for his trouble by the love of Philipena Pop- over, a childhood friend. The play ends happily with the so-called villain's death. The Cast: The Deacon, Robert Fribley, Major McNutt, Leonard Huggins, Deu- teronomy, Stanton Blessing, Amos Coleman, Merrill Schmeltz, Rawdon Crawley, Ernest Fritz, Rose Raleigh, Kathryn Frank, Philipena Popover, Hope Baker, Emily Dale, Marian Lapham, Trixie Coleman, Mayre Berkey, Yennie Yensen, Dorothy BeMiller, Villagers, other members of the Club. One Act Plays During the year the Dramatics Department presented the following one-act plays: "The Bachelor's Dream" Qin Assembly, February 261, "Overtones" fin the Little The- atre1, "The Wrong Mrs. Wright" fin Assembly, December 121, and "The Clod" Qin Assembly, December 191. On December 19, in the Auditorium, the department pre- sented "Christmas Eve at the Warrens' at the annual Christmas program. In addition to these, each student was required to write, direct and produce a play. MUSIC Fi I R 66 The Lucky .liclmlev 'By DoN WIl,SLJN The annual operetta was presented February 5 and 6 under the aus- pices of the Music De- partment. Miss Winter- nitz, dramatics, Miss Wolfe, dancing, and Mr. P e t e r s o n, publicity, helped Mr. Cheney with the production. 1 .XSI lrmpli- l'lii-six, Rav XVs'lls llivwns, ilu-sim Nlixvi. Mis Riswv, lulnnrl XV.n'rilvx', l'1ncxl iuiliiull. lwnii- lliixl, Marv Ann tulillmw, .li-wi l.illm.m. llmflmu, llnpi' llnmlm. lXli K'imxlm'Y, Civmlil llalm, llumir lwrquulx. lNli'l'iill fvwlieuclll, Slwiill, Rav N1.lmi'll lluuw ginwfs, m.mqui'r.ulru, nr, Nlililnul l i'i' , lil.: King, Svlvii Kang, .1i-i.-,-h..i.- si.n.r1.'i, cami-i is.-.1 xrl. lNl.nv lllvn fXlcvi'x', iiurlv Yun l'illvuxg. .lulw lNli'4'.uv. Ruhv Oil. Yrxlm Nifcum, Marv lNlul1lgimu'rv. lXl.ng.1u'l iirgax, lurillr XV.1:kwiIl. livin' Niuilxmp, M.irv Ifriwlick, lk.- lvn tilmki lhvrullw limp. M,1rg.lrrl lnxiinryrr. lilolrnu' Millrr, Muy .Luw Nrw, l5r.i4v ll.li'ltm'x'. Diiilr lwlilx. Nov.: liugi-ix. l7livri'nri' lung .unix lluliuu Plan, l'.iuliui' llmiri- lu, lhvmlhy llmmpwu. lltiniii' Nmlvu, Mnxllm Knllnli, lihrlnm XYlu'.il, l lvlm l riikxim, .laik l nnilivil. Ri-lu-ni Rm.-. liuil New. limlph lluuiw, .l.imi'x l'lilm, lcnnniil 4 llpp, lwmgc l'i'1lil, lxi'nurlhSi'l1uIll Ixri W. aww, .Wi in-.-.H wygn l'rlvwini', livmlil Mcllallun, lm rl .1 il.xncvi, June Cornish, Liumn, .1 lnuirl. XX.llIc1 iimxiiiwv. Ruth Ivins, lim. Ro-i Matthew, Nanry, llnpv lhlwr: .Ii'.m, l5r.niti's .ill1i.1s, llrrhrrl, llm Mnlmn, llxill, Max livll. lcd, Nurwcll Ruth, .luhn N :lr to 4. - 'W 4 f' it 'EM r .K -. 3:-Y 'M ,L .Y A ta it , f 'E -4ZP22l'Tl'U 0030-1 Ellchttrt High School Band At football games last fall, the band elicited much praise and continent on its snappy marching and fine playing. At basketball games the band was also in evidence. In September the band sponsored a Sousa concert. During the intermission Mr. Sousa led the school band in "Father of Victoriesn and presented them with a beautiful silver cup. Unfortunate weather conditions caused a smaller attendance at the band concerts than looked for, but the members felt repaid for their many hours of rehearsing. In May the band entered the Indiana State Band Contest here. PERSON N El. Drum Major. Louis Heist. Clarinet: Wallcne Derby. Richard Wilcy', Dale Gcrstcr. Wavne Helser, Vtfilma Rice. Marjorie Scars, Hazel Mitchell, Thelma Price, Hildred Chester. Iva Sherburn., Irene Kinney, Florence Wcyhright. Alverta Myers, Howard Reynolds. lois Meiser, Geraldine Sullivan, Helen Oberhauser, Doris MrDonald, Sarah Stevens. William Stewart, Stanley fimmert, Donald Iietlers, Howard I5eWater. Flute and Piccolo: Alvin Borders, Stanley Moore, Alma Nloles, Miriam lliusinan, llelen Sears, James Oliver. Marjorie Hemund. Oboe: James Iietters. Bassoon: Marion llelrn, Saxaphones: Jeanette Rubin. Mervin Noffsinger, Juanita Kincaide, Doris Kehres,. Roger Morr, Paul Vantine. laVere Truex, Maxine Davis, Reese Garen, Howard Hurmence. George Brown. .lean Herbster George Ilorneman. Chester Wischmeir, Anne Marie Krumm. Helen Moore. Mae Boylan. I.yle Clark. XVesley Mercer Stanton Blessing. George Brown, Maurice Schenk, Louis Poyser. llorns Iflvah flark. Margaret Hutchison. Virginia Adams. Cirace Ivins, Mildred Kentlig. Ilaritones' herald Rahn, Ray Ijannaluetker, fharles Greenleaf, Vtlalter Wolschl.iger: Iiasses: John Clear, James Fields. Gerald Mcliatton, Trtlnipetw. Ifdison Naftzger. Eldrecl lleeter. Robert Iiribley. Robert Iioltz, Iirancis Foy. Ilavid Kendig. Iiern Ueal. Ray Ilarlywine, Marie Ivins i 'I'rombon': Robert Stewart, Student Director. Martha Ilitvseus, Ruth Ivins. Phyllis Hurst. Paul trumhaugh, .Mlrian Heaton. Ralph Churchill, Jack Cook. Drums' llorace llogendobler, Irving Ilorwich. I'aul Rowe. tirnll Iieavei, Robert Rose. tarl Biglrr, John Kestei. Ivmpani: Marvin Ilurnstein - 5 . . t - ' . J . Elkhart High School Orchestra The Orchestra has two purposes: To give members a basic study of great classical selections, and to furnish music for class plays, assembly programs commencement exer- cises, and any other school entertainments for which it is needed. In cooperation with other organizations of the Music Department, the annual operetta was given, and a series of concerts was sponsored. Thirteen members of our Orchestra represented Elkhart High School in the orchestra which played for the Northern Indiana Teachers' Association in South Bend, October ll and 12. The Orchestra entered the Indiana State Contest here May 3. PERSONNFI, liirst Violins l.ois tirawlord. Marjorie Heinund, Roy Rentsth, Miriam Pease, Ruth llixhy, Grace Ivins, Anna liolwrtson, llaul liessnier. Beatrice liergison. l.aVere I'ruex, Marvin llurnslein, Second Violins llaroltl Rusher, Kenneth Good. Robert Alford, Richard Harman, James Work, Lowell Taylor, Ronald Younte, Joseph Fields. Florence Scheiher, Doreen Niccum, Phyllis lflawson, Avis Anderson, Genevieve llarl. I lfifllos anal Violos Elwood lleniund, .lune Swank, Ruth Holmes, Maxine Davis. XVilbur Ifnglehart. Rudolph Smole. ewis ent. lilutes Alvin llordets, Alina Nloles, Stanley Moore. flarinels XVallene Ilerhy, Richard Vvliley, Dale Cierster. Oboe' .lanies letters Bassoon: Marion Helm. Horns: lilvah lilarli. 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BQONI3 Dirvclm' of Afblrfivs Yell Leaders XVILLARD Comms S'l'ANl.lpY liM1x11ilu' Ronlilu' EDSAL1. WAIKD QZHARLESWORTII THE V ARSITY SQUAD Inu' linux 1.1-fl In Rzyhl. Horn, llunn, Muhlrn, llmssuncklc, Vrvclwllc. lamglv. nn 1 ers, 'IEr.u1lm.1n, Iimvrr. Slahauglw. Minclli. and Kaiser. S4-coin! Row: Vamch Boom, XVilsnn, Mcllowell. XVcinslvin. Rilslct, XX'oml. Parnml ull rxmy lat un I nlywinc. Millrr, Snygvr. flux-cn, llrovr, l'unk, Sawyrr, .mel Trnincr Shafer. Thual Row: lgllis, XX'1'ighl, Vlipp. Sarlin, Clhaffcv, Clmplain Runvonc. lilmsrng, Pmulr Brix 1 Rnd linllum Rfm' lllwuiwn, ll.xlryn1plr. Bm-grr, .md A. liavidmn. SCHEDULE OF 1929 FOOTBALL SEASON Elkhart ,, , 35 Bowen ,, Elkhart 0 LaP0rte , , Elkhart 6 Fort Wayne Central Elkhart , 44 Plymouth Elkhart 12 Mishawaka Elkhart or . Z0 Kokomo , Elkhart , 0 Goshen Elkhart 26 XVhiting , Elkhart , 6 Michigan City ,, , Elkhart , 0 South Bend , , Elkhart 7 , 0 Mooseheart , Elkhart's Total 149 Opponents' Total, THE VARSITY TEAM Right lintl. Bernard liunlt: Right Tacltlc. Delwn Reid: Right Guard, llurwood NVootl: fenter, Lawrence Waltz: lelt iiuartl, lfranlt Sarlin, l,ett 'l'arltle, Robert lletweilerz lelt Fntl, Deverrel Sayger Barkheltlz Right llalf, Eddie r Vvright, lett llall, tlroll Beaver: lfullback. Captain Matthew Ronzone: Quarterback, William Riblet: Coach, Chelsea tj. lintme. THE VARSITY SECOND TEAM Right lfiul, Myron Chaffee: Right 'l'aclvtle. Ray lfarlywinv: Right Ciuartl, Carl Bauler: Venter, Guy Ellis: l.eft fiuanl, Whitney Slahaugh: left Tackle, Matthew Patanelli: l.efr End, Wayne Trautnmn, Backhelds Right llalf, leunaril Clipp: liullbaclt, Tonv Minelli: Left llalf. Stanton Blessing: Quarterback, Maurice Weinstein. N 'M 1 w 1 fail f f :Al Jw. -lZPZZIT1'U O00- r rv, , . .vw iii -1-.1 1 iiie if. A 'iii iF' 2' .:i'FQ!?l. WF? 4 fa. flfie. 'Sig 3 :,, '1 2522, 'M ' Ms ' ff: ig.Q?'ffi .453 ELKHART VS. BOWEN Starting the season with but two regulars from last year, Coach Boone placed an extremely green team on the field against a team which appeared to be the strongest ever encountered, in an open- ing game, by an Elkhart team. S h o w i n g a determined spirit, the Elkhart team func- tioned smoothly and, having exceptional luck with their passing game, pushed over five touchdowns The final score was: Elkhart, 353 Bowen, 0. ELKHART VS. LAPORTE Playing in sweltering heat, a fighting Slicer team from LaPorte held Elkhart's Blue Avalanche to a scoreless tie. Both teams lacked the scoring punch, but Elkhart's second team made a desperate march in the third quarter. ELKHART WITH FORT WAYNE Traveling away from home on one of the two away- from-home games of the year, the Avalanche suifered the worst defeat an Elkhart team has received in four yurs. In thc second half the line weakened to let Buggs and his teammates push over five touchdowns. Elkhart scored in the third quarter on a Fort Wayne fumble, a 30-yard pass to Funk and a 20-yard run by Captain Ronzone. Final score: Fort Wayne, 405 Elkhart, 6. an. -t.a..,. l 5 s ELKI-IART VS. PLYMOUTH Showing a decided reversal of form from that dis- played last wcek, the Blue moleskinners began to take ion the appearance of a real avalanche by snowing under the Plymouth Pilgrims, 44 to 0. ELKI-IART VS. MISHAWAKA Smarting under five successive defeats, thc Misha- waka Maroons came to life and defeated the Blue Avalanche by a score of 14 to 12. The Avalanche functioned well in the last half but was unable to over- come the Maroon's early acquired lead. ELKI-IART VS. KOKOMO Playing the best football they had shown all year, the Blue Avalanche smothered the undefeated Kokomo Kats, by a score of 20 to 13. Varying their attack with passes, line plunges and end runs, Elkhart ran the ball over for a touch- down in the first eight minutes. 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I 5 E135 4 ,.- ww Sf. , .ff in vt' ,ji 1 .ir K, 1. ,Z s .f .,.A E ',,,.f 5 "9 'C ELKHART VS. MICHIGAN CITY Andy Gill's Red Devils, smarting under five successive defeats, finally defeated the Blue Avalanche by a score of 13 to 6. A fumble by an Elkhart back gave Michigan City the ball on the five-yard line, from where they took it over. In the third quarter Captain Ronzone got loose, on a beautiful play, for thirty-seven yards and a touchdown to put Elkhart on even terms with the visitors. Captain Clappy, standing alone on the goal line, caught a pass and walked over for the deciding touchdown of the game. ELKHART VS. GOSI-IEN Elkhart, playing against perhaps the best football team ever to repre- sent Goshen High School, was un- able to cope with this high-powered and heavy machine, went down to defeat by a score of 32 to 0. The Goshen team was held to one touchdown in the first half by a fighting Elkhart tcam. During the sec- ond half, T. Yoder and George repeatedly tore off large gains and skillfully intercepted two Elkhart passes and converted them into touchdowns. ELKHART VS. WHITING Whiting received its third straight defeat at the hands of Boone's Blue Avalanche, by a score of 26 to 12. Both teams showed splendid offensive but were very weak on defense. M dd! I as-p 4,,,gAg,,f 3 4, S' ELKHART VS. SOUTH BEND Playing on it field covered with snow, the South Bend Bears overcame a fighting lilkhnrt eleven by a score of I3 to 0. Basker scored for South Bend in the First quarter after a steady drive down the snowy gridiron. The bright- est spot in the entire game came in the third quarter, when the Elkhart team held for four downs on its one- yard line. ELKHART VS. MOOSEHEART Although giving all they had, the Blue Avalanche was unable to stave off defeat at the hands of the undefeated Moosehenrt team, in a game featured by fumbles and brilliant runs. 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Sondlaur Football Displaying a brand of competitive football that is seldom seen in intramural sports, the 1929 Sandbur football squad was divided into four teams who waged a bitter contest for supremacy on the Sandbur gridiron. Wfhen the smoke of battle cleared away, the big Sophomore team was proudly resting in first place with a one game advantage over the Juniors. Coach John L. Longfellow supervised this league and the tough battles that were fought proved the success of the season. From these husky youngsters in the above pic- ture, Coaches Longfellow and Boone hope to find first class material for the molding of the 1930 edition of the Elkhart Blue Avalanche. STANDING Team Won Lost Tied Pct. Sophomores , 7 4 1 .604 Juniors , , 6 4 1 .600 Freshmen . . 2 S 0 .200 BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Top Row: Coach Lnngfcllnw. Conch Boone. Mddzlc Row, Lvfl Io Rfghl: M. Ronzonc. M. Palnnclli. R. Priblcy. D. Sayger, W. Rickey, ll, Frrfhy Iiollom Row: R. Milchcll. G Beaver, F. Parmatcr. XV. Riblct, R. Tretvrs, and T. NViImn. COACH JOHN L. LONGFELLONV Baskvlbau skgf if Q-A OU 4ZPZZmU .f W 'Sw gf? , , . V , I NZ 5. 'i' ' 5 Q ' V 4 lx' N, h , QJQJI- ' 41m' .1 SFS -wil' f.. ' vw +E.?'f we ga 12,45 :- -Qffixhifff fffa-1 EEJIB 'P' i 5 7 ' ' V? l s, 'ti fa. ff was fjj . 438 ff stiff? of .. 1 . ,sq-1, ' ' 'Wifi A "iff 1415755 ' 1 ir B5 ,4 5 .Ei L A .gtg ai? i, gi, Sf- 1 on 1.-7' .J ff 0-A OU -4ZD22lTl'U 'E . avg Z' .1 .. . -ff? Q, ju., 3 :ii fb. H X55 ",:f?'. 5. ' 754 23.9, Cf' 3' 1 t. 2 , 'ififkil' , gl FH, . . 3v",i'.,2g, .ffrgg -ti? 5 ,M :Qi if Eff sl- 5' r ya. . sl, F5 gif? L. jg :ff as battle after hold- ing the Redskins to to 9-7 lead at the half. Kyle and Angle- meyer turned in creditable p e r - formances for the Redskins, w h i l e Sayger and Rickey led the Blazers. The Blazers lost their second game to South Bend due to the superior playing of Esch, Bear forward. The league leading La- porte Slicers added further to the cup of woe by smoth- ering the Blazers under a shower of baskets, The visitors, with Young leading the attack, amassed 38 points while their tight defense held the Blazers to 9. One of the finest games of the year was played at the New Paris gym, when the Nappanee Bulldogs, still smart- ing under their earlier defeat, enjoyed sweet revenge by winning from the Blazers in the closing minutes of the game. Both teams stressed offensive power and with the Lehman cousins of the Bulldogs and Sayger and Riblet of the Blazers leading the attack the game reverted into a bet- ter than a point a minute affair. Two baskets and a free throw in the closing minutes spelled victory for the Naps. Facing the 1929-30 season with only one steady veteran, Walter Rickey, Coach john L. Longfellow molded to- gether a fast-playing, accu- rate group of basketball play- ers that Enished with a .500 average in the Northern In- diana Conference. Coach John L, Longfellow made his debut in successful style, when his blazers downed the "six footers" from Plymouth. The Blue Blazers dropped their second game to their old rivals, the Goshen Redskins. Coach Longfellow used several men in a vain effort to stem a su- perior foe, After losing to the South Bend Bears, the Blazers came back strong to take Michigan City, Misha- waka, and the Nappance Bulldogs into camp. The Nappanee victory was the feature upset of the year. After dropping their next game to Valparaiso, the Bla7ers sent,back the scrappy W'arsaw Eve at the short end of a 34- l7 score. The Blazers journeyed to Kendall- ville and lost a rough game to the Red Devils, but they came back strong to send the Plym- outh team home in defeat for the second time. The Blazers won their seventh game from the Milford five: but in their second meeting with the Goshen Redskins they dropped a 25-ll Behind at the half 23-18, Elk- hart High School quintet staged a last half rally, edging out the Michigan City Red Devils in a close contest. Hirschman was high point man for the visitors, with Rickey and Riblet not far behind. The Elkhart High School bas- keteers closed their Big Sixteen season with a second victory over the Mishawaka Cavemen. Mit- chell, a sophomore, teamed with "Big Bus" Sayger, turned in a good game. In the last scheduled game of the year, Fort Wayne Central handed the Blue Blazers one of the worst drubbings of the year. Lyons, big colored pivot man, used his height to a good advan- tage while Himmelstein was dropping them in from all angles. The Enal score was YS to 28. In Longfellow's first year as coach he had viewed 250 candidates and as the sea- son wore on had simmered these down to eleven. Those eleven were: Rickey, Sayger and Ronzone, seniors: Riblet, Parmater, Teeter, Fribley, and Wilson, juniorsg Mit- ehell and Beaver, sophomores: and "Big Mat" Patanelli, a freshman. By tourney time Coach Longfellow had l developed t h e s e l men into a group of clever basket- ball players who drew as their first opponent the jim- town Eve, whom they nosed out 16 to IS. In the sec- ond game of thc t o u r n e y t h e Blazers t an g l e d with the Red- skins and lost by a 24 to 22 count. Paul George sunk the Blavers' hopes with a semi-long shot in the last thirty seconds of ' play. ln two post- season games Longfellow used all his reserves in trouncing the game Dunlap Five. Witlm the coming of Mr. Longfellow as head basketball coach a new style of basketball was introduced to the fans of the Blue and Wliite. Mr. Longfellow's Hrst year as coach was entirely successful and the many fans look forward eagerly to the coming basketball season. -4Z3PZZfTl'U 0050- 41,4 ,.s,. . SECOND BASKETBALL TEAM lim' Ruin lwfl In lfuflrl ioafh luniglrlluw, lnylur. Plank, llunn, R A1 f .mil muh li. I . limont, Hmm is. XVisclnni-i Sr ll Si J Billion: Row: Shafer, Student Mnnagvrp Fetzer, Pulp, Johmon, Myers, S.1vvyer. and Ou.1r.1ndillo, lra n Miller and John Mcliall were ahwnt when this picture was taken llntereltzlss Basketball Inspired by determined effort to win the Pennant Trophy, the Senior Interclass bas ketball team fought its way to the top in the hotly-contested Interclass Basketball League The Seniors, with fifteen victories and three losses, were hard pushed by the Juniors The names of the members of the winning team were engraved on the Pennant Trophy whieh was donated by the Pennant Weekly. Team Seniors juniors , Sophomores , Freshmen STANDINGS Worm I S 13 7 1 Lost 3 S ll 17 Pct. .834 .723 .380 O59 4, ts V f f 'wj J 'X YO 'i W X ' ' Qi R 2? 5 v O ' QM, X CJK TRACK I Q 2'! l. 32 'f 'rf fi Q Fi ,el 'qi if f ,, , TRACK SQUAD lop Row, Lcll Io Rlghr: loath Boone, Beaver. Horwith, Hunn, llarniater, Sawyer, Proctor, Nl. Davidson, .Second Row: Bruggnrr. l'unk. Shafer, Ellis, Shultz, Bock, Clcvenger, Rush, Sarlin, Chaffee, W. Davidson, Ronzonc. and Lhnffec, htudcnt Manager. Third Row: Johnson. Adnlinr, Ball. Gander, Peterson, Smillcy. lfmnl Row: Trainers Mnrkry and Mortimer. FORT WAYNE DUAL MEET Elkhart won its first track meet of the season with Fort Wayne, scoring 64 points to Fort Wayne's 35. The Blue won all but two Hrsts, as well as both relays. Ball and Gander led the Elkhart team in points with two firsts apiece. ELKI-IART TRIANGULAR Froebel, national indoor champs, ran away with the sectional meet of the season with 47 points. Elkhart placed second with 29 LQ points, with Kokomo third with 22M points. Elkhart was a match for Froebel in the track events but lost out on the field events. Froebel won both relays. SOUTH BEND TRIANGULAR South Bend, 54 1X3 points, Elkhart, 32 1f3 pointsg Laporte, 12 1X3 points. Sol- bring, of South Bend, was high point man. Ball and Gander led the Elkhart scoring activ- ities. Both of the relays were won by the Elkhart quartets. 1 BENTON HARBOR TRIANGULAR "Revenge is sweet," and it sure was to the Boonemen when they nosed out South Bend by 1 2X5 points, since the half mile relay counts points in Michigan. The score was: Elkhart, 52.8 points, South Bend, 51.4 points, Benton Harbor, 3.8 M points. Gander, of Elkhart, was high point man. LAPORTE PENTANGULAR Elkhart High's traeksters showed their heels to all opposition in the LaPorte Pentan- gular Meet to outdistance their nearest competitor by 31 points. The Blues scored 67 l6f35 points for first place, while Rochester finished second with 35 and a fraction, and Mishawaka third with 23 and a fraction. LaPorte was fourth and Plymouth was last. SX .gig Q-A OU -IZPZZITTU . V 11. I -' 'VT' A ' ' f ' , 4 . 2-1 .ta si . - sr.: is " vu -' ' A wa. ! , ., . . , . , ,. - . Q . . n , 1 , . ,1. L . .. . . . , 1 Q, ,. - ,W !'f5ita,,.s,.,m1,3,gfsggl fi,gf5gEg,g s',i'f"'- 0 - A . I 'H , . . . ., V .4 O0 -QZPZZUYU , W il L ,... gin . . . A HALF MILE RELAY TEAM l.efI lo Right: Matthew Ronzone, Horton Sawyer, Frank Parmater d Latroll Ball. N. I. H. S. C. MEET Froebel easily won the meet with 86 W points. Elkhart was second with 39 M points, and South South Bend was third with 29 points. The other points were divided fairly evenly among the remaining competing schools. Nugnis, of Froebel, was high point man. Ball led the scoring of Elkhart. SECTIONAL Elkhart traveled to Garrett and won the Sectional Meet handily with 41M points. Auburn' was second with 19 SX6 points, and Goshen third with 16 points. Thirteen schools were represented. Ball, of Elkhart, was high point man. Elkhart qualified thir- teen men, including both relay teams. STATE' MEET Elkhart won fourth place in the state track meet with 12 points. The meet was won by Froebel of Gary, winner of the N. I. H. S. C. meet. The Elkhart point winners were Ball with a second in the 100-yard dash and a third in the 220-yard dash, Adeline with a third in high hurdles, and Funk with a fourth in the half mile. The half mile relay team was second in its heat and the mile relay team came in fourth. . POST SEASON MEET In a post-season meet held at Rice Field, Elkhart was barely defeated 49 to 50 by Kokomo. Although they lost the meet the afternoon was highly successful for the Blue because they regained four Rice Field records. Those records broken were: the 100-yard dash record, broken by Ball, the high jump record broken by Ganderg the high hurdles record broken by Adelineg and thc half mile relay, rebroken by a team composed of Ron- zone, Sayger, Parmater and Ball. xg , Ry MILE RELAY TEAM Left to Righl: Groll Beaver, Willie Davidson. Kenneth Cleven g . and Bernard F li Rice Field Records EVENT RECORD HOLDER scHooI. YEAR 100-yard dash ........ .ee,.. 1 0.0 .,..,.......,.., Ball ..,,..,.., Elkhart ...... ....... 1 929 2 2 o-yard dash .,..,. 2 2.9 ,............... Nugnis ..,.,......., Froebel .A...... ....... 1 92 8 440-yard dash .,,... 5 2.0 .,.........,.... Peffly .,.....,......... Goshen ....,. ....... 1 927 880-yard dash .,.,.. 2:06 ...,............ Kreig .......,,e,..... .Emerson .,,, ,,..,., 1 928 Mile ,,.......,,,..... .. ,...,.,,e 4: 3 9 ..........e.,.,. Johnson .......,,.,.. Frobel ..,., ....... 1 92 8, High hurdles ...... .. 16.2 ,. ......,,..,.... Adeline .....,.,,.... Elkhart - .A,,, ,..... , 1929 Low hurdles ...,.,., -- ,,.. .,.... 2 6.7 ..,...........,. Janowski -- Frobel ..... ,...... 1 928 Broad jump ..,.. .,.... . . 22 ft. 11321 in. ........ Jackson .,.. Frobel ..... ..,...r 1 929 High jump ..... .. ..,., S ft. 10 in .........,.,. Gander ,...,.,..,.r, Elkhart ..,,,, ,,..... 1 929 Pole vault ......... -- Y,,. 12 ft. 23A in ....,.,.,,. Wonsowicz Frobel .e... ,,..... 1 929 Shot-put ..,... ..,46 ft. 8 in ..,........,1 Jackson ............, Frobel ,.... ,,..... 1 929 . Ball .,..,,.... ' 880-yard relay .,.,. 1:33.2 .,,......... Parmater ........... Elkhart 1929 Sayger ....,. Ronzone ...... Exum ....,. Mile relay ....... ,,..,.. 3 : 3 5 .4 ..,..,...,,. Nugnis .... Froebel .,i. .....,, 1 92 8 Robinson ..,,. -. Johnson .... X l I N9 OU -1292217111 wi-1 'WY inf fm: - f2ffp.1.f,.Aw A13 f r-"'?Jiav ' 1-is-..-V :ff - ,f . .5 - ' . . ,, . . -.fizif , . '?'--1--f-H-:- "--iiiimnvegm. ..,,. .Lm.L,,.muff1.:L-?6's1'a:i'?35sr5.n1bf.?-f.2!i1-t:2s5Quff. .wwr::.,, ,mildew f.-..La.te.r,.4M,,.'..,,..Q'415i.Z1?2ffeL ha.f'4k'-'3'wgtS25v+5a-A .1x,:f.4!.rg'1 CARROLL BALL Carroll Ball, one of the most brilliant performers ever to represent Elkhart High School on the track, set a new record for individual scoring by gar- nering Bln points in the 1929 track season. Ball ran the 100 and 220-yard dashes and now holds the Rice Field record for the 100-yard dash at 10 sec- onds flat. BALL AND GANDER These two men were the high point winners in the track and field events for 1929 track. Along with Ball's record making 81M points, Hubert Gander amassed SZX3 points in the field events. Gander's points were made in the high jump and in the broad jump. ' -4 ,A ' BALL, ADELINE, AND FUNK Elkhart's points at the State meet were made through the efforts of these track stars. Ball's second in the 100, and third in the 220g Adeline's third in the high hurdles, and Bernard Funk's fourth in the half-mile were the three scores for the Blue and White. ' MINOR SPGRTS E l WRESTLING SQUAD Upper linux lwll In Riyhl Iio.x.li lInoni', lhltkwall, l7.:lrviuplc. Roiwoiw. lloln, 'liaska. Lager. Tlmmas. Myers. VJ, llapner. .llithllr Rott' lillis, Reid, Shulll. XVciiisluix1, Killalliev, Vfrighl, S, lllexxing, llwldeman, Davidson, lintmert, lrnver, Hnllmvv Ron' I llapner. Slupnitky. Allisrtl, Trainer Buck, K. Blessing, llnslvtler, lindrr Wrestling Champions of the Northern Indiana High School Conference for two times in the last three years and runner-up for the title the other year, is the record of Coach Boone's matmen. This year's team, built around Eddie Wright and Myron Chaffee, state cham- pions, won the Conference meet by one of the most decisive margins ever registered in a Conference meet, scoring 45 points to 26 for South Bend, their nearest rival. South Bend was the only team to defeat the Boonemen in a dual competition, winning by very narrow margains. The Elkhart grapplers placed fifth in the state meet, scoring 14M points against very strong opposition. Myron Chaffee and Eddie Wright were high point men of the season, scoring 45 and 38 M points respectively. The Blue Matmen opened the season with a decisive 36 to 12 victory over Michigan City. The Lowell team, handicapped by not having heavyweights, proved an easy victory for the Boonemen, who turned back the invaders with a 23 to 8 score. Elkhart's Hrst defeat came at the hands of the South Bend matmen, who downed the Blue in a close struggle that was decided in the last bout. Elkhart increased its string of victories to live by defeating the teams from Michigan City, Lowell, and Roosevelt of East Chicago. The Blue's second defeat came at the hands of the South Benders, who again won in the last bout. NORTHERN INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE MEET By placing seven men in the finals, the Elkhart Matmen ran away with the Confer- ence meet. Chaffee and Schultz pinned their men and Wright and Emmert won by time decisions. STATE MEET Meeting some tough opposition, the Elkhart grapplers placed Hfth at the State meet, Mike Chaffee Winning his weight for the second time in two years. Delzon Reid with a second, and Eddie Wright with a third, were the other men who counted for the Blue. MZIPZZWIE C3326- .3545 ' ' iffy 1' E 'i rs Ib.. ' I 9 if 4 . ,I 4313 's 'S' Wi I -All MYRON CHAFFEE Myron Q"Mike"j Chaffee, who was the state champ last year in the 135-pound class, again annexed the gold medal and first place this year by defeating the best competition I he could receive in the 145-pound class. "Mike" is a Senior and his absence will be no- ticed in the coming wrestling season. EDDIE WRIGHT Eddie Wright, last year's state champ in the 125-pound class, found the going a little tough at this year's meet and finished third. This was Eddie's first defeat in two years. Eddie received four letters in wrestling and his absence will be keenly felt by the Blue and White next season. DELZON REID Delzon Reid, who had been wrestling in the heavier weights all season, was given a chance to compete in the ISS-pound class at the State Meet and came through for the second place. Reid is a Senior this year, too. Handicapped by raw material, with only one veteran racketeer, Miss Catherine Wolfe, new tennis coach, sent a team upon the courts that displayed remarkable ability. The fall team, composed of Jenks, only veteran of last year, Speas, Strintz and Taylor, won two matches from Nappanee, one from Howe and dropped two close matches to the more experienced Goshen teams. Speas and Taylor were the doubles team to represent the Blue on the courts. FALL TEAM RECGRD Elkhart., , ,,,t, 4 Nappanee , l Elkhart ,, , , ,, I Goshen ,,t, U , 4 Elkhart., . ,,,,, 4 Howe ., ., . . . 1 Elkhart. ,, . , 5 Nappanee , , 0 Elkhart ,,,, ,, 2 Goshen . , 3 Spring Tennis Under the leadership of Coach T. H. Miller the racketeers of Elkhart High School ably represented us on the courts. Although the season was not outstanding in the num- ber of matches won the matches were very closely contested. Charlesworth placed second in the annual St. Joseph Valley meet held at South Bend. Elkhart High may well be proud of its spring tennis team of 1929. The team was composed of T. J. Charlesworth, Lein- ger, Jenks, and Strintz. SPRING TEAM RECORD Elkhart ,.,, , ,.,, 2 South Bend ., H 4 Elkhart... . e 2 4 Goshen ,,,., ,,.., . W ,,,,... Elkhart 3 South Side QFort Waynej, 3 Elkhartm 0 5 Goshen . ,.,,.,.,.,,.,,., ..,,.., . . w rx J -fe N J ,ke l 6.7 'H 'rw W w :kr ei g ,.--me . K" 'Fifa it ,i.. 1 W 1 V, f. t my A ,t.- f if f 53, .5 -5 I a 3 dm O . . T' P . 'aye-ff! 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Treneer, J. I-Ierbster, W. Pancost, and M. Treneer. Doubles-R. Treneer and L. Crawfordg J. Herbster and W. Pancost. Substitutes-M. J. Wahl, N. I.. Keene, and B. Compton. Flkhart ., 3 Mishawaka . , 3 Elkhart l South Bend . . S Elkhart , , 4 Mishawaka . , 2 Elkhart , , 0 Smith Bend ,. . 6 FAH. TENNIS Under the supervision of Miss Catherine Wolfe all girls interested in tennis were or- ganized into beginners and advanced teams. The teams played no games with outside towns. There were one hundred girls playing, ten of whom Miss Wolfe chose for next spring's team practice. The main point of the fall practice was to teach the girls to play hoys' rather than girls' style. Playing was continued until the First of February. Hxmmxk X M N 6,3 W ik if W W X A f , X b flak Wm ww Y um , ly x , ' L Q X -N XX NX 5 i W . X xN A Nix N X X ' x K ,XL X Wg X 'X .X X N S . 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E 5 Second, an easy-to-play Conn insures quicker progress and maximum development of 2 talent. Among prize winning bands and soloists it is enlightening to note the preponderance 2 of Conn instruments. E For more than half a century Conn has maintained supremacy in the band instrument E Held. Its fund of experience and its vast manufacturing and experimental resources are no- . where duplicated within the industry. And volume production has made it possible for you E to own a genuine Conn at a price but slightly higher than you must pay for a far inferior E instrument. E i I S BAND : INSTRUMENTS 5 Q W-- . ....... ..,........,... g fa av -11 1' Com plzments 0 FGSTER STUDIO Makers of Semor Photographs 1n Thls Annual 1os W WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 1979 I ' f REPS REBS 'FMA .2 Elkhart 5 Shopping Center Where Qualxty and Fashlon R1 ght Merchandlse ns always Moderately Prlced ZIESEL BROTHERS MAIN STREET AT FRANKLIN ECONOMY SHOE STORE 4l3SOM ENNA JETTICK SHOES W L DOUGLAS SHOES BUSTER BROWN SHOES JAMES A BELL 81 CO School Books GREETING CARDS 320 So M IN ST ELKHART IND Bell Sc Long DRUG STORE DRUGS SODAS CIGARS AND CANDY Home TAYLOR MADE ICE CREAM PHONE 361 CORNER H KO Y AND M IN STREETS 1 1 ' Y . AIN STREET Home of E ' A T'-T ' A of . A . , . IC R A rv 3...................T..........mu-....-5......... ...H--................ ............... Jqf.-N ...-. ....-....................- ummm.........25!5Qjl.Nl as 5 :ummm nu nu nun A, Compliments 0 f 6611625 A l55QE?S5u'?h'?1ZZ'.ft2C5"P N. B. H. STANDARDS OF FASHION ARE GUAGED BY THE WORLD'S FINEST A Nation-Wide Institution National Bellas Hess Co., Inc. 524-326 SO. MAIN STREET Elklaarfs Busiest Store DRY GOODS-DRAPERIES READY-TO-WEAR-HOSIERY MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING MILLINERY-LUGGAGE SHOES AND GROCERIES N.B.H. DOES NOT FOLLOW THE FASHION TREND, WE CREATE IT We THE ELKHART TR TH AN INDEPENDENT HOME NEWSPAPER FOR ALL THE PEOPLE 1001730 7 Carrier delivery service, same evening of publication, in thirty-five towns and villages. TRUTH BUILDING ELKHART, INDIANA QQ Complzments 0 A M ERIC A COATING MILLS Inc, K ' f A 'ws -----as IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO LAY THE FOUNDATION OF A SUCCESSFUL CAREER Many a successful career has had its beginning in school or college. In addition to acquiring an education, the young man in school can lay a sound financial foundation for the work he will undertake later on. One of the essentials in a business or professional career is a good banking connection. Such a connec- tion made now and cultivated over a period of years will be a valuable asset. The St. Joe is always "pleased to have young men and women take advantage of the many facilities this bank, which will help them in their efforts to achieve success. A full measure of service is rendered-every account regardless of its size-you're always Welcome at the St. Joe. i 306306306306 St. Joseph Valley Bank "The Bank of F rieizdly Service" orth End Restaurant "Wbc'r'c flue Bcsf Food is Sc'rz'im"' Ei 117 SOUTH MAIN STREET ELKHART, INDIANA V WM E SERVICE 9 QUALITY rf L I C WEP OAL I COAI. and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES E ISQIIIEIIIIILIII CIOlISllfIICl'S Coal and Supplv Co. 738 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONES: 365-887 Km iw'fWMwwfw+m1Z-am-w-f'rw1 ' 4- aff" . Comphments Elkhart Brass Manufacturlng Co Elkhart, Indlana EZ --,-1f -----------------'--- -----.-------------.-- - 1- -- -----------.---- .. .-....- ...... . . .mi i Q ,.,...m...:7.. X w i 's- in-.......... jyg ... ....... ...- The 193O Pennant Staff Chose BEOKTOLD COVER HEN you open this annual in years to come re- newing memories that become more priceless with time you will find the book still a thing of beauty The Fine binding by Becktold will preserve it as an annual should be preserved-for a lifetime of enjoyment. We are proud to point to the 1930 Pennant as a fine ex- ample of the superb craftsmanship and artistry built up by the Becktold Company through fifty years of experience in creating and executing covers of quality. BECKTOLD COMPANY 200-212 PINE STREET SAINT LOUIS WE DO The printing of it is a product of our shop High grade Catalog Booklet and Direct Mail Advertising is our specialty. THE SERVICE PRESS Phone 3360 CRear 117 West Lexington Avenue Do You Like This Book? 1 se w FERMA 1 HIO ,V r f R A A if T 4 W , W il lla l li i pq. L Q3 In M W m, N5 Q11 x ll" 5, X 'il si E 'Ml My .Qi w RMX FL' gl-r T1 qi 5 lI NW il l l ill' L S' T . .if- Wll if N W se'-Slfig ii Q' E pg I I X fi X : Ui -5 SX I' h V ai 1. XTXNM I l fl fl' ,,. 9' , Lf! I! W 141 Y I X Education, culture, and training will not bring success, but they should prepare one to live up to his opportunities, that is all. lt is often said that a small town lacks Opportunities, and it is almost always said by someone who lacks the vision and faith to make the most of his life. This is the land of real Oppor- tunity, here as abundantly as any place. Let us, as a community, be- lieve in the future of this town, and in the opportunities it holds for us. This institution was not founded or built upon either luck or chance, and not amid unusual opportuni- ties, but we are proud that through the years it has, to the best of its ability, made the most of those pre- sented for service or progress. And with that background we could not but attest, here, our abiding faith in the future of this community as a field for 1ife's endeavors. H. J. FERMAN C0. 308 SOUTH MAIN STREET , num-mm: gp i CT' if 5' L Ei- Q. S 3, it at asv W? ge: if 1 9 3 0 P E N N A N T i 1. -' 3' if -Y Z. 5 . i. ,. r S is gi 2 X: 33 z 2, 2 Q 8 4: e it . 5 :I u. L i it fx, fi Q I if Q-A O03 -lZbZ2l'Tl'U Mack's Casino Lunch STEAKS AND CHCPS Rvgzzlar Noon Plufc' Lll11C'l1t'0l1 Pl-loN1a 993 608 So. MAIN ST. "Lei Smith Bc Your Druggisf' 7 QQ Smith's Drug Store IRA Al. SMITH, PROP. SQUTH MAIN STREET AT ST. jon IOOW for E. H. S. THE Elkhart Lumber and Supply Co. EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING -,, iL ... www Plmmfx 88 and 1388 EAST JACKSON BUULEVARD T i T v 5 I F New iJ ffm time to ball your B LOVA We have just received, direct from the Bulova Observa- tory on Fifth Avenue, New York, some of the most beau- tiful watches ever shown. Here are two of the popu- lar models now on display. S , , S 31- - lqlq? 'l V ' .1-. i . v A . ..,,., I It . . 1.1. EEEIEQ U 1 ' ' I 2237-4 A L- H Brun ei ' ' f fr' 1 ' ' T: ' 'ILS S T ' l g'Il Cl :Q Y fini. 1 43,1533 ,s i AE-- l ill ? E ' N lil . iigaieg ll ' ' l -T. . 1 . r. , PRl'NClNEiE-xquisitely en- graved dust-the case. 15 jewel Bulova movement, filigree flexible bracelet . 82975 HRITNSWICK-vnistincdvcly flfwlllllful and handsomely cn- graverl. 15 jewel movement. Flexible mesh hand 82975 mam, .. ,rxr T ' 'NMELW A Larger and eller-N ADiamon r Less! W ,, ui-'A .. - -3' ",e ,, A , BP I F 4. N Ambulance Service - Lady Assistant THE CHARLES WALLEY Funeral Home 126 SOUTH SECOND STREET Phone 626 ELKHART - - INDIANA A Six in the Price Range o a Four LAMSTER CHEVROLET CORP 134 E Franklin St Phone 3 63 8 P B LYNCH SALES ROOMS 412-414 SOUTH SECOND STREET COMPLIMENTS K Barber Shop PHONE 100 South Main Street Compliments of Rosen Brothers T A I L O R S HABERDASHERS HOTEL ELKHART BUILDING PHONE 8 ELKHART INDIANA NEW ' MAIN CAFE Fountam Serv1ce Best Steaks and Chops m Town PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 563 Phone 485 427 So Mam St ik I OF O. . 6 02 74 l fr Economical Transporluhog rr f an ff ' D3 Q o Most of the I , I Good Times ryfcollege :lays are set to usio KJ x You Want To Be Popular At College - - - You Can Do It Easily! This is the om' lllilflllllflll you know you ran learn to play. If you can whistle Ll tune you Cdllyl fail with a Blll'Sl'bl'I'. You can learn to play quickly, with very lifila' rfforf. loin flow I I omf' Town Baml Witlm the aid of three lessons given on request with each new Buesched, many learn scales flat' jirsl hour and play Innes flu' firsi zucrlz. You can teach yourself, and in 90 days join the Band, or play with an orchestra ai good jmy. Only BIll'SC'hl'I' Assures S1lt'C'l'SS But only will: Il Buescher is this rajlicl fIl'0g1't'SS assured. You don't have to fuss and favor for certain notes. just open the key and blow normally. Every tone is always full, clear and true. Six Days' Trial, Easy Terms Take any Buescher Instrument home for six days' trial. If you like it, july 41 liflla' !'l1t'lJ monlll. Send postal for beau- ful catalog and the details of this liberal plan. There will never be a better time to start. Write today. S' Z' Q'li'I BUESCHER BAND INSTRUMENT CO. ELKHART, INDIANA W lg-ww-I-g:rvuvv1s-V-,J,,w1-s. pf- if . Y - if-,W -f O Music! sphere-descended maid, Friend of pleasure, wisdom's aid! --wrote William Collins nearly 200 years ago. E S . O Money! sound-foundation laid, in Friend of pleasure Wisdom s aid' parapbrased the Wise Cracker o 1930 Both right But neither of them more right than you, yourself, when you decide to embark on your career by establishing a Checking or Savings account in The Old Relzable The F1rst National Bank Founded in the 40 s Chartered in 186 3 Oldest Busmess Instztutzon zn Elkhart . . , . ' ' ' u ' as E ' er - H as 0 Q ' I - ---- -------H -------- -- --- --------------H - --- . --- ---.------......-f, iq .w...H..... ........ ........ ...... .. .. 1 . .. . ... ... ....... ..g3': Ohm N? f . ,,. ,474 .ihmfy , QF ff" ,.,,z65 -41 . , g L I ff' -., Q 'W , A ,Wffi .-X ,ff-" ' .xt U. f D I 2 ,- LK .ffii- gf! I lffxz? ,wjgfi H if ai X' K im Q' H1122 5-x, 'TT' Inu' 9 . .M Complzments 0 SUPPLY CO A ELKHART PAINT 85 WALL PAPER CO , INC 115 CLEVELAND AVE. Pu NE 1726 118 S. SECOND ST. PHONE 54 Q "Good Goods"' Quality is the paramount ' consideration in all our merchandise. Complete Stocks of WALL PAPERS, PAINTS AND ALL NECESSARY DECO- RATING SUPPLIES Bostonyore ' Store of Value" Features "IDEAL ARCH" HEALTH SHOES in very becoming styles. For women and misses, that prove "you don't have to be rich to he stylish." AALL STYLES Widths AAA ro EEE W ........ . ,fi ,..-.. ' f CHICAGO ITELEPHONE T 4 an iw. 2, fl 99: -Q Zkmq 5 ,:m..K Q-A O0 -IZDZZFTITI 1 ,wx gg? ............... ........................................... ........................... . . I ............................................... .............................. LEARN TO SAVE THE PENNEY WAY QA Ration wide Instztutzon J C P,E.,N.N EY919 307 309 SOUTH MAIN STREET In the Hear! of Elkhart DRY GOODS READY TO WEAR MEN S AND BOYS CLOTHING SHOES LUGGAGE AND NOTION S ELKHARTS POPULAR CASH STORE THE Home Lumber Company Satisfied Customers We Carry a Complete Stock of Lumber Mnllwork Pamts an Bu1lders Supplxes 812 SOUTH MAIN STREET Telepho e 15 Pbo11c983 116 SOUTH SECOND Wm H DREVES PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR ELKHART INDIANA A , f, : J I I E me as 1 I 0 0 o A o E A n e 1' ' 's s ff ,, 3 l 3 , , -ii? 1 3 E er ' n C O ' 1 5 1 E INCORPORATED s 1 5 5 I E Il 9 ............ pg fm..-. -.1 FRE H IR and EXERCI E Are the best medicines. Careful diet and plenty of sleep will also help to keep you well. Sometimes We become ill in spite of our best efforts to obey the laws of health. At such times a little medicine of the right kind will help Na- ture to restore a normal, healthy condition. Dr. fMiles Remedies have been in successful use fore more than forty years. Why not try the one you need the next time you don t feel well? DR. MILES' REMEDIES Dr. Miles Nervine fliquid formj and Dr. Miles Nervine Tablets feferves- eentj :-A successful sedative for the nerves or conditions caused by a deranged nervous system. Price 51.00. . Miles Anti-Pain Pills:--Valuable for the relief of pain. 25 doses 25 cents 125 doses for S1 00 . Miles Tonic:-A combination of Pyro Phosphates with Quinine and Iron 9 tonic for the weak Price 51.00. . Miles Alterative Compound:-A medicine that tends to produce a fa- vorable change in the process of nutrition. Price 51.00. Miles Cactus Compound:-Contains the well-known vegetable drugs Cactus Digitalis Gentian Compound Capsicum with Fowlers Solu- tion Price 31.00. Miles Little Pills'-For constipation. They leave no bad after-effects 25 cents a package. Miles Laxative Tablets:-A cathartic that appeals to old and young alike. Free from disagreeable effects 25 cents a package. Miles Aspir-Mint:-For Colds Neuralgia Sciatica Acute Rheumatism Lumbago Headache Sore Throat Toothache Earache and Monthly Pains Price 15c and 25c Dr. Miles Preparations are never sold in bulk Dr Miles Medical Compan 5 ELKHART INDIANA ASK FOR DR. MILES 1930 BOOKLETS That Will Interest and Amuse You I I i Dr ' Dr ' Dr ' Dr. ' , I 9 1 3 Y Dr. ' . . Dr. ' Dr' , 9 9 l 1 9 9 9 l ! I C O ! 2 T644 wwf ' :Iv ff , , ,q,, f wg K4 M f l. 'IVLIICIIICLI and ambitious players who wnnt the best know they can find it in MARTIN "Handcrnft" Instruments Qc, I 4 , ,W f ff 49 ' f"'3Qf f ' W f, ff Wf, 'ff 44 A J , . f wi, , f f mf f' ' My mayzfwff Z 'WW-gf I -4' mff, f' ,I,,r,,,! X ,, 2 ef, J, , The Martin Band Instrument Co. Baldwin Street lflklmrt, - - I Phone SUI ndinnn RTI TIMMIN S STATIONERY COMPANY T w, S23 SOUTH MAIN STREET KODAKS -- ALBUMS -- FILMS Greeting Cards For All Occasions See I , B E R M A N S B L O U G H ' S S11 S. MAIN STREET ' Baseball -for Tennis Beautiful Shoes and Hosiery Fishing Tackle Radio Everything Back But the Dirt L Sporting Goods for Every Sport 308IlEN """""' DmucG?l Rug and Garment Cleaning 129 SO' MAIN STREET FUR REPAIRINNG AND STORAGE Elkhart Owned and Operated JEFFERSON AND MAIN STS. PHONE S55 :- ZPZZITVU O00 iff QW X 1 0 ZZITIU ZF ,fl s j 'Q 4 qu: WJ ., .I 2-A . WM' 32 TT i fx 'K ,vw M S 5 E 'ff' mi ' Compliments of LERNER THEATRE ORPHEUM THEATRE BUCKLEN THEATRE and THE PHARMANETTE PHILADELPHIA lee Cream, Home Made Candy, Light Lunches SAM PARES, Proprietor When You Think of COAL AND BUILDING SUPPLIES Think of Us MONGER COAL 8: SUPPLY CO. STERLING AVE. PHONE 618 Coal-Coke-Building Supplies Compliments M FRED HUNN J nz OGDEN DRUG STORE A 2301 DEPENDABLE DRUGGISTS WE DELIVER Of ' Q MD- TELEPHONE ELKHART, INDIANA ' PHONE - 3002 50- MAIN ST- Drugs Sodus Cigars H '- "?""'!WYWV' -'ESRI 'r f' vgw'H ef - '- ' Elkhart Motor Supply Company Specialists STANDARD AUTO REPLACEMENT PARTS CYLINDER REBORING AND E Q MACHINE WORK SHOP EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 226 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone 747 Elkhart L1qu1d Gas Company We Sell Gas Cheaper EAST JACKSON BLVD PHONE 3024 SHAFER 25 SON E03 Clotbiers for Young Men 21:5 of 17 to 70 LEADER IN FOOTWEAR Shoes and Hosiery for the Boy and Girl That Like the Newer Styles Shoes and Hosiery for the Whole Family Prices Make Two Pair Possible Klnney s Shoes 405 So MAIN ST ELKHART IND fN I ff ,D I f If i, 204 . ' 7 - - , . H ZPZZUYU O03 '3i?"W-A if 5 . sv si 3 A 5 - I, . 2 I. sei' Wi if I3 35 134 z 3 N. An Institution o Exceptional Service Pleat, Refut, Reline We Will Even Dye f You ECONOMY CLEANERS The girl graduate, looking forward to the time when she will need dainty undies, hose dresses and hats- You Will Find a Good Selection, Reasonably Priced, AT THE HELVIE STYLE SHOP 128 W FRANKLIN ST Jenner Drug Store Dependable Drugs CORNER MAIN AND LEXINGTON Elkhart ---- Indiana Compliments 0 Lloyd Bros, Inc All H ome-Owned Stores and Markets AA Phone 313 MARION ST ELRHART ND DARLING BROS. E1 INSURANCE- REAL ESTATE E03 C. O. DARLING W. C. DARLING l f f WE Q QQ 201 . ,I . 1...--I-nm. 1Hummm-nun-mm nmnnm. s My ,.m-.-1...---H...--.-.. Congratulations! fi' We greatly appre- ciate the patronage E H S students are g1vmg us We are better pre pared thxs season than ever before to serve you Price Hutchlns Co Cooper Plumblng Co N 0 job Too Large or T00 Small 1137 Cedar St Phone 3410 The Fashion Shop S05 SOUTH MAIN ST. WOMEN S AND MISSES APPAREL Exclusive Mlllmery D1st1nct1ve Coats 1171 Better Dresses Popular Prlces LOUIS MINELLI SHOE SHOP SHINING H012 REPAIRING All Work Guaranteed 107 WEST MARION ST ELK!-IART INDIANA .f I I , .yi x was p -IZPZZITFU 0190- 94, ,JM Pep Up Your Personality TYLER 3 LACEY "Value First" CLOTHING and SHOES Service Our Specialty 612 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone 37 PIANOS RADIO TEMPLIN'S MUSIC STORE HELFRICK S Style-Right Clothes for Men Home o Braeburn U 'vers'ty Style Clothes Fr'endly-five sty1e-Pafk SHOES HATS BLESSING S Graduation Gi t to You l 255 10 0 off on your graduation footwear 4?-Z5 Fimst Assortment o Beauti ul Footwear in Elkhart to Seleet From. y 1 f f ll ,Y 7 S3 0 S3 5 S4 0 Tb' ' f f SS SS , om...-.4 .g A . :+-e.f".I:fx'mr1!lv1"h1.-nf-H+" ' Quality Shoe Shop Elkbarfs Leading Sboe Repairers 109 EAST FRANKLIN STREET Elkhart, Indiana MRS. WM. D. SPORE, PROP. Genuine First Quality Steerbid e Guaranteed Tooled Bags 54.50, 35.50, 57, 58, 59.75 Sears' Leather Goods Store SEARS' CORNER We Buy the Very Best For Our Fountain TRY OUR CHOCOLATE SODAS SERVICE DRUG STORE "For Service" CORNER SECOND AND MARION STREETS PHONE 238 THE HOME OF PERFECT DIAMONDS WRIGHT'S Elkhart, Indiana Open an ulccount Here DIAMONDS CLOCKS WATCHES SILVERWARE JEWELRY NOVELTIES CALL 1213 When You Want a Demonstration For a RADIO We are Agents for the BOSCH also Contract Wiring and will Kinds o Fixtures Fan' Deal Electr1c Shop 1005 SOUTH MAIN STREET ELKHART - - INDIANA Holdeman 25 Son COAL COKE an BUILDERS'SUPPLIES 113 EAST FRANKLIN STREET 3 d f ! Sie 95: I1 W Q , 3: 4 'R 59-A O02 -'IZPZZITYU 'fi fi ,fx 53 Ars 1 E2 I-5, ' Q2 2 5 All Kinds ,145 iii 'ie I 1 iii E3 13 il fi: - .fi if' I is TURNOCK THE HARDWARE Newman - Monger o Company FOOTBALL A BASEBALL TENNIS Dfalffs f" GOLF GOODS Blinds, Frames, OPLUMBING FIXTURES Doors, gosh, AND SUPPLIES Moulding and ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Lumber "Quality at Reasonable Cost" Y' 210 East jackson Boulevard 123 SOUTH MAIN STREET Tm"""Nf 68" Hixon's Photo ' S h 0 P E L K HA R T POTlf1"tlif 124-M ELRHART, INDIANA of I CQMMERCIAL WQRK Wholesale Candles Only Ground Floor Studio in Town. We Are Exclusive Agents for Copying gnlaqsilfs "SAN MAN" eve opmg .. Printing Chocolates 114-116 EAST FRANKLIN ST. 118 WEST JACKSON STREET PHONE 2688 Telephone 822 ELKHART, INDIANA ' ...H .-I MIA--...,... Ei COMPLIMENTS PHONE 695 'OF' E112 Iffizhleg RUSSELL Igrnwn Gln. The Coatman FURNITURE STOVES 228 E. JACKSON BLVD. RUGS and V LINOLEUMS iii? C O A L SOLVAY COKE BUILDING SUPPLIES 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET ELKHART, IND. 1400-1402 Princeton Tel. 2623 COMPLIMENTS OF ELKHART ICE CREAM co. M . ' '1'QZif"Z.'.ZZlQ.ZQ', -+:g55g,1,3g5 ICE ARTS Haynes Bldg. Phone S17 FROZEN DELICACIES ELKHART, IND. COMPLIMENTS OF Electrlc Hardware Company 515 South Main Street ELKHART INDIANA Wu tehes Diamonds KUESPERT jeweler GIFTS REPAIRING I 514 South Main Street l 6 M BORNEMAN AND SONS HARDWARE PLUMBING ELECTRIC SUPPLIES ELKHART, INDIANA .QQ SERVING THE PEOPLE OF ELKHART FOR FIFTY TWO YEARS "Think Music-Think Boyers" PIANOS ORTHOPHONICS RADIOS BAND INSTRUMENTS SHEET MUSIC-RECORDS "Quality and Service' J F BOYER Music Co 417 So MAIN ST ELKHART IND Phone S41 HAVE YOU REGISTERED at the- INDIANA LICENSED EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 51355159 South Man Telephone 719 Kewpee Hotel HAMBURGER Always We Cater rn the All Crowd Folks 115 W FRANKLIN ST COMPLIMENTS OF Clark 3 Russell THE OPERA S 31 South Main Street ELKHART INDIANA FAVORITE BARBER SHOP Have Your Work Done Phone 87 EAST FRANKLIN STREET ' To DRUG STORE A at a Union Shop Agym RE THE OPEN DOOR Q v ' ' - TO 1 FUIIIIIISIPIQ FRIENDLY ' 'omffim I SERVICE ' ' IIATYOU An: ' -H 4g+Y+?m- RECREATION, I FELLOWSHIP, HEALTH, 'hu ' EDUCATION. urns CHARACTER I FURNITURE co BUILDING ' join the Since 1889 NEXT TO LERNER THEATRE ELKHART Y. M. C. A. Compliments of COLEMAN'S 820 So. MAIN ST. Radios Radio Repairs WEST VIEW FLORAL CO. BEST FLOWERS BEST SERVICE 522 South Main Street PHONE 186 smart gifts for graduation birthdays weddings prizes crawford s gift shop 220 W h'gh st Compliments of MARTIN 85 SELLER'S BARBER SHOP 602 South Main Street PHONE 3832 ELKHART IND , . 1 . 1 . ........................................... f-...In-..........................-...... mu.. nm.. ............... .avutxx Q X F J' Compliments of The NU-MODE SLIPPER SHOP N. H. BLOUGH 130 WEST MAIN EIKHART, IND. Phones-Oiiice 1390: Res. 1453 ROBERT E. PROCTOR Lawyer MONCER BUILDING ELKHART, INDIANA TRY US After the Show ICE CREAM CANDY LIGHT LUNCHES OLYMPIA Ellzabeth Bell Beauty Parlor Genuine Frederic Vita-Tonic Permanents We Blend Powder to Your Indi- vidual Complexion. EXPERT FINGER-WAVING AND MARCELLING PHONE 3493 Even Heat at 70" Best for Health Doctor say most colds are caused by sudden changes in temperature. Also that 700 is best for homes. Maybe you need only thermostatic con- trol on your heating system to keep your home evenly and comfortably warm. We'll gladly look over your heating plant, make recommendations, and quote prices. You will be under no obligation. Phone us to call soon. SHREINER 86 SON, INC. Heating and Plumbing . Contractors . PHONE 312 116 W. HIGH ST. "It Pays to Modernize Your Plumbing and Heating" Telephone 2 9 3 4 GOLDEN PHEASANT INN CHINESE AND AMERICAN RESTAURANT Special Tarties SOUTH MAIN ST. ELRHART ND. EXIDE BATTERIES HOLLOWAY BATTERY AND ELECTRIC SERVICE H. C. HOLLOWAY Genuine Service Parts 520 SOUTH SECOND STREET PHONE J 195 ELKHART IND. C' S 2 1 , I I . I' Ms. 1 ., f 4 I . I ..4.-......... ,V g, ..f. . .-p,1e..f,e J, Congratulations 1 93 0 Graduates FRANK MYERS CLOTHING SHOES FLANDER'S Elkbartiv jewelers S13 SOUTI-I MAIN STREET ELKHAM, - - - INDIANA THE HIGHWAY FILLING CO. N. E. Conman JACKSON AND SECOND STS. Fuzz LUSHER, Proprietor Phone 854 Elkhart, Ind. Faultless Bakery We Cater to All Party Orders WEDDING CAKES AND ROLLS 615 So MAIN ST. ELK:-:ART IND SUPERIOR COAL 85 ICE CO. High Grade Coals Pure Raw Water Ice PHONE 1045 ELKHART, IND. Compliments 0 ELKHART TOP TRIMMING CO GLEN D. WOOD Pkor. Phone J-2035 1314 SOUTH MAIN STREET J LEVIN jeweler Phone L-98 SOUTH MAIN STREET HOTEL ELKHART BARBER SHOP ' PHONE 13 ED D WATERS Prop Graduate in Barber Science i- f 86 . , . a o . . , . S3 2 I -.11-1-------------mm------mu-----ml--1m.----m------m---mm-lm---mr--H..-. ..aiif w...... ............................ ............................ M s Complzmen ts 0 B D Housworth Druggzst 101 SOUTH MAIN STREET Opposite Post Ojice Compliments 0 Chas S Drake Co ELKHART INDIANA REID ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO COFFIELD PEDESTYLE WASH ERS PHONE 260 118 W HIGH ST FREED WALL PAPER 86 PAINT CO WINDOW SHADES PICTURES PICTURE FRAMING PHONE 256 124 WEST FRANKLIN STREET FUR COAT5 Jtfatcbmgs REMODELED REPAIRED STORED :Any FW MODERN CLEANERS--HATTERS- F URRIE RS It Pays to Tay for Quality 240 E JACKSON BLVD PHONE 444 J ERROLD SUITS 522 S0 ALL ONE PRICE FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 310 SOUTH MAIN STREET Co m plnnents o The Juhan Goldman PEOPLES STORE 317 So Mam St CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Your Charge dccount Inwterl H F COALBURN Ieweler Phone 1 2 24 WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY 502 SOUTH MAIN STREET ' f ' f O O ' 9 Q O 1 5 E 5 ac for . ff f ' ,J O ,J ' ' f . . I ... ... .......... if T.. .... . 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