Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

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Iff HI 111 I 1132 THE PLliHAIJT PUBLISHED BY 3LNI0R. CLA55 Ul 141 II HI XI HI ELKHART INDIAN 1152 FOREWORD Vt UVE IN A WCRLD €P BOCKS . CuR THOUGHTS AND CUR CPINICN$,CUR CfCl$ICNS,CUP CTICN$ AND CUfc ATTITUDES ' " " ' ALL ARt INf 11 1 MIL BV ECCIft. A iCNC TUt TREASURED POS- SESSIONS OE CUR CHILDHOOD APE ECCKS CE NURSERY RHY HES AND EAIRY TALES. THEN rOR ATLHE WEL1VE INTIMATELY WITH TEXT DOCKS. Al WE GROW CLDEP,WE COME TO REALIZE THAT ALL THAT MANKIND HAS tVH? D0NE THOUGHT , OP GAINCD AWAITJ U| , IN MAGIC PREIEPVATION, IN THE PAGEJ CI " COCKS . 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COMPTON, President Class of ' 97 MR. OTTO H. HeLFRICK, Secretary Class of ' 98 Mrs. Grace A. Carpenter. Treasurer Class of ' 77 Pane Fourteen J. F. Wiley, A.B., A.M. Superintendent John W. Holdeman, A.B.. A.M. Principal Pnqc Fifteen Odine Heck Dorothy Kelly Gertrude Clendenen Evan Horn Pacje Sixteen v. E. Sands R. A. Sproull W. E. Hall R. E. Bull iNc, ton ANNE STUDNICKA Librarian Mary Elauding Clerk I ' ii, i,- Seventeen Helen Kirkland Ptiqp Uiqhlern Norval Adams Prilda Potter Zella Lee Boone 4k t Kathryn Jarvis J. E. McCartney I I 1 1U:I II Al rKEN Page Nineteen W. Williams C. P. Woodruff Nancy E. Pigg Virginia S. Chlnly Page Twenty J. L. LONGFELLOW steal education Detoarrne William G. Moss Catherine Woli- David W. Hughes Orchestra Ml John C. Cheney Rand ,rts Die Eva Cole Art Paqe Twenty-one THE Jack Caw ley President Richard Nelson Vice- President Richard Harman Irving Horwich Secretary Treasurer January Class Officers Class Colors Lavendhr. Jade Green, and Silver Class Motto Deeds Survive the Doers Class Floiccrs Violets and Sunburst Roses Page I w my seven Virginia Abel Drama Club. 7. 8. Dorothy L. Alwine Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7. 8; Forum Club. 6 William Bateman Groll Beaver Interclass Track. 1 : Varsity Wrestling, 1 ; Varsitv Football. 2. 4. 6. 8; Varsity Track, 2. 4, 6. 8; Band, 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6: Varsity Basketball, 2, 4, 6, 8. Josephine Berry Commercial Club. 8. Margaret Blue Art Club, 2. 3. Walter J. Boice Eunice Borger Rah! Rah! 3. 4. 5, 6. 7, 8; Girl Reserves. 3. 4. 5, 6; Pennant Weekly. 3. 4. 5. 6; Drama Club, 8. Russell Bowlby Margaret Elizabeth Bower Girl Reserves. 1. 2, 3. 4; Senn High School, 6. 7, Page Twenty-eight Margaret Brouwer Ralph Burke Wrestling, 3. 5; Interdass Basketball. 3; Interclass Track, 3; Sandbur Football, 4: Varsity Track. 5; Varsity Football, 6. Anthony N. Carlo Golf, 4, 6, 7; Football. 1. 3, 5: Interdass Basket- ball, 4. 6. 7. Jack Cawley Pennant Weekly Reporter, 1. 2, 3; Assistant Sports Editor, 4. 5: Sports Editor. 6. 7; Annual Editor Varsity Golf, 7; 2nd Team Basketball. 4. 5. 6. 7 Sandbur Football, 4: Hi-Y, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8 President. 8; Class Vice-President. 3; President. 8 " Daddy Longlegs " ; 2nd Place in Oratorical Contest, 7: 2nd Place in Lions ' Oratorical Contest. 7: Math Club. 4. 5: Drama Club. 8, 9; Fighting Fifty. 5. 6.7.8: Forum, 6. Betty Compton Rah! Rah! 2-9: Latin Club. 4. 5; Math Club. 6. 7; Le Circle Francais. 6. 7: Vice-President. 7: Drama Club. 7. 8. 9: Girl Reserves. 1-9; Vice-President, 6. 7; President. 8, 9; " Daddy Longlegs " ; " Sonia " ; Asst. Editor of Annual; Pennant Weekly Reporter. 2. 3: Exchange. 7; Tennis Team. 4, 5. Lois Crawford Orchestra. 2-8; State Solo Contest. 2; String Sextette. 1st district, 1st state. 1st national contest; Girl Re- serves. 1. 2; Rah! Rah! 3 8: Social Chairman. 8: Le Circle Francais. 7; Drama Club, 7, 8; Treasurer. 7: Pennant Weekly Staff. 7: Girls ' Athletic Editor of Annual, 8: Class Secretary. 6; Tennis Team. 4. 5. Morris Davidson Sandbur Football. 1. 3. 5: Varsity. 7; Interclass Bas- ketball. 2. 4. 6; Track Student Manager. 4. 6; Inter- class. 2: Varsity. 8; Wrestling Varsity. 2. 4, 6. 8; Latin Club: Drama Club: Fighting Fifty; Pennant Annual Staff. Dick Duckyvall Wrestling. 3. 4; Art Club. 3. 4. 5 6. 7. 8 : Drama Pennant Weekly, 6. 7; Club. 8: " Daddy Longlegs " Pennant Annual. 8. Raymond Duthie Hi-Y. 5. 6. 7. 8: Secretary Class, 3; Sandbur Foot- ball. 4: Varsity Football. 6. 8: Interclass Basketball. 1. 3. 5. 7: Drama Club. 8; Circulation Manager Weekly Staff. 8: " Peg O " My Heart. " Wilbur Engelhardt Sandbur Football. I, 2. 3, 4. 5. 6; 2nd Team Bas- ketball. 1.2: Varsity Track, 5. 6. 7, 8: Orchestra. 1, 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. Page Tii ' vnly-ninc tx Donald Fetter Band. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra, 7: Interclass Basketball, 3, 4; Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; Sec- retary Hi-Y, 8 ; Drama Club. 8. Kathryn Jane Frank Rah! Rab! 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8; Drama Club. 4. 5. 6, 7. 8; Girl Reserves. 3, 4. 5. 6; News Editor of Pennant Weekly, 4, 5 ; Business Manager of Pennant Weekly. 6, 7, 8; " Deacon Dubbs " ; " Peg O ' My Heart. " Eva Franks Drama Club, 7. Dale Gerster Band, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8: Orchestra. 4. 5, 6, 7. 8: Hi-Y, 6,7,8: President of Band. 8 : Band Solo Con- test, 8. Arthur L. Grieb Harold M. Gutterman Richard L. Harman Latin Club. 4. 5, 6. 7; Fighting Fifty. 5, 6. 7. 8. 9; Drama Club. 8: Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. S. 0; Forum, 1. 2; Math Club. 3, 4. 5. 6; Interclass Bas- ketball. 1. 2. 3, 4, 5: " Daddy Longlegs " : Orchestra. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8, 9; Business Manager of Annual. 8. 9; Sandbur Football. 2; Class President. 1; Vice- President. 6 ; Treasurer, 7 ; Secretary. 8 : Scriba of Latin Club, 6. 7; Vice-President of Fighting Fifty. Genevieve Hart Drama Club. 7, 8; Orchestra. 4. 5. 6. 8. Mary Hitt Commercial Club. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7, 8: Home Economics Club. 5. 6. Paul V. Holmes Interclass Football, 1, 3; Interclass Basketball. 2, 4; Fighting Fifty, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8; Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7. 8; Hi-Y Vice-President, 1, 2; Hi-Y Social Chairman, 7, 8; Math Club, 7; " Peg O ' My Heart. " nut Page Thirty Irving Horwich Class Treasurer. 8 : Vice-President Hi-Y. 8 ; Presi- dent Math Club, 7; Vice-President Math Club. 7; Band. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8: Orchestra. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7; Interclass Basketball. 2. 4; Interclass Track. 2. 4; Sandbur Football, 1, 3, 5; Pennant Weekly Re- porter, 1.2; " Daddy Longlegs " ; Assistant Business Manager Annual, 8: Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8: Drama Club. 8. Paul E. Huff Math Club. 5. 6. 7, 8: Interclass Basketball, 1, 3; Orchestra. 1, 5. 6, 7. 8. Grace Huggins Class Vice-President, 6. 7; Class Social Chairman, 2, 3. 5. 6. 7. 8; Rah! Rah! 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Rah! Rah! Secretary. 5. 6; Rah! Rah! Vice-President. 7. 8; Drama Club. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: " Daddy Longlegs " ; Pennant Weekly. Editor-in-Chief. 7: Assistant Ed- itor, 5, 6. 8; Society Editor, 3, 4; May Queen ' s Court. 5; Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4 Marie C. Johnson Glee Club. 4, 6. 7; Drama Club, 7. 8; " Sonia " ; " Lucky Jade. " Paul D. Jones Ralph Keyser Glee Club. 7. 8: Drama Club. 8; Wrestling. 3. 4; Sandbur Football. 2: Varsity Football, 4, Charlie Kreigbaum Drama Club. 8. Annamarie Krumm Drama Club. d. 7. 8; Class Social. 5; Band. 4. 5, 6. 7, 8; Orchestra, 8: Glee Club. 1.2: Girl Reserves. 1. 1. V 4. 5, 6. 7. 8; Annual Staff. 8; Pennant Weekly Stall " . 6. Robert Langle Interclass Football. 2; Varsity Football. 4; Interclass Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7; Drama Club, 8; Hi- Y. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7. 8; Glee Club, 7; " Sonia " ; Sports Writer Pennant Weekly. 6. 7: Athletic Editor Pennant Annual. 8; " Peg O ' My Heart. " Mildred Eleanor Lee Glee Club. 4. 5. 9; " Lucky Jade " : Drama Club. 8. 9; Art Club. 8; Math Club. 8; Girl Reserves, 1. 2, 3, 4, 5. 6. 7. 8, 9; " Sunbonnct Girl " ; " Peg O ' Mv Heart, " ' -K Page Thirty-one lllllll Herbert Lehman Hi-Y. 1, 2. 5. 6. 7, 8; Math Club. 5. 6, 7; Forum Club. 8; Drama Club. 8. Beatrice MacBride Latin Club. 6. 7; " Sonia " : Glee Club. 6. 7; Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7. 8: Secretary of Class. 6; Drama Club, 7. 8; Annual Staff. 8. Lois Meiser Drama Club. 6. 7. 8: Band. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Orchestra. 6. 7. 8; Glee Club. 1.2: Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 8: Annual Staff. 8. ' James D. Melkus Art Club. 1. 2. 1. 4: Glee Club. 5. 6, 8: " Sonia. " Arlene Miller Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 6. 7. 8: Glee Club, 1.2: Rah! Rah ' 8: Commercial Club. 6, 7, 8: Secretary of Commercial Club. 6. 7; Social Chairman of Com- mercial Club. 8: Home Economics Club. 6. 7: Sec- retary of Home Economics Club. 7: Drama Club, 8: Pennant Weekly Reporter, 6. 7; Pennant Annual, 8: Art Club. 6. 7: " Daddy Longlegs. " Glenn Moore Sandbur Football. 2, 4: Varsity Football. 6. 8: In- terclass Basketball, 8: Drama Club. 7. 8; " Daddy Longlegs " : Fighting Fifty. 8. Myrtle E. Munch George P. Murphy Hi-Y. 7. 8: Art Club, 8: Fighting Fifty. 3, 4, 5. 6, 7. 8: Interclass Basketball. 1. 2, 3. 4: Interclass Track. 1. 2. 3, 4; Interclass Wrestling, 3. 4. La Mar Myers Varsity Basketball, 5 sity Football, 4. 6. ! class Basketball. 3. 5 1. 7; Varsity Track. 6. 8: Var- : Fighting Fifty, 7. 8: Inter- Interclass Track. 2, 4; Hi-Y, Richard Nelson Fighting Fifty. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8, 9: President of Fight- ing Fifty. 8: Vice-President of Class. 8: Social Chairman of Hi-Y, 6, 7: Interclass Basketball, 3. 5. 7: Wrestling. 6. 7; President of Class, 3. Page Thirty-two 1! Hill Vesta Mae Niccum Glee Club, 5: " Lucky Jade " : Band. 6. 7: Home Economics Club. 7; Spanish Club. 8; Commercial Club. 8. Bette Nyce Rah! Rah! 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8; Art Club. 5. 6, 7, 8: Drama Club. 7. 8; Annual Staff, 8; Exchange of Pennant Weekly. 7; Girl Reserves. 3, 4. 5. 6, 7. 8. Ruby I. Ort Home Economics Club. 3. 4; Glee Club. 5. 6: " lucky Jade " : Drama Club. 7, 8. Alice Pletcher Rah ' Rah! 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Latin Club. 4. 5: Commercial Club. 8: Pennant Weekly Advertising Solicitor. 4. 5 : Pennant Weekly Advertising Man- ager. 6. 7: Class Vice-President. 7; Class Treasurer. 2, 6; May Queen ' s Court. 3. WlLMA PODAWILTZ Home Economics Club. 7; Girl Reserves. 4: Girls Tennis Team. 7: Girls ' Basketball. CHARLOTTE PUTT Commercial Club. I. 2. 3. 4. Mildred Reglein Drama Club. 8: Art Club. 5. 6. 7. 8: Latin Club. 5. 6: Math Club. 5. 6. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Alberta Rief Art Club. 5. 6, 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 5, 6. 7. 8 June Roberts Neva F. Rogers Glee Club. 4. 5. 6. 9: " The Lucky Jade ' Sunbonnet Girl. " The Page Thirty-three jj W- James Work Forum. 4, 6. 7. 8; Circus Classicus. 5. 6; Math Club. 5. 6: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Orchestra. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8; Secretary of Hi-Y. 2: Treasurer of Hi-Y. 3; Interclass Basketball, 4. 6: " Peg O ' My Heart. " Larry Salsbury Interclass Football. 2, 4. 6; Interclass Basketball. 6. 7: Hi-Y. 8; Drama Club, 8; Pennant Weekly. 8. Leonel L. Schrock Latin Club. 5. 6; ' Drama Club, 7. 8; Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8; Interclass Basketball. 3. 5. 7; Sand- bur Football. 5 : " Peg O ' My Heart. " Whitney Slabaugh - Vice-President of Class. 3: President of Class. 5. 6. 7: Student Manager of Track. 7; Varsity Football. 1. 3. 5. 7: Captain. 7: Student Manager of Wrest- ling, 7; " Peg O " My Heart. " Mildred Slough Clyde E. Smith Drama Club. 8; Sandbur Football. 4; Varsity Foot- ball. 6: " Peg O ' My Heart. " Verla Mae Steed Spanish Club. 5. 6. 7. 8; Art Club. 8: Drama Club. 7, 8; Commercial Club. 7. 8; Girl Reserves. " ), 6. Marguerite Stout Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7. 8: Math Club. 5. 6. 7; Dram Club. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8 Glee Club, 6, 7; Pennant Weekly Reporter, 4. 6. 7 Annual; French Club. 6. 7; " Daddy Longlegs " " Sonia " ; " Sunbonncl Girl. " Doris Stump Latin Club. 5. 6. 7, 8: Drama Club. 7, 8. Raymond Swartzell Football. 3. 5; Interclass Basketball. 4. 6; Wrestling 4, 6, 8. Paq? Thirlij-four Carolyn Sykes Rah! Rah! 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8; French Club. 6, 7; Drama Club, 7, 8; Glee Club, 6, 7; Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8; " Daddy Longlegs " ; " Sonia " ; Rah! Rah! Treasurer, 6. Jean Tracy Girl Reserves, 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7, 8; ■ ' Sonia " ; " Rah! Rah! 3. 4. 5, 6. 7, 8: Art Club. 7. 8; Latin Club, 5. 6: Drama Club. 6. 7, 8; " Daddy Longlegs " ; Pennant Annual Staff; Pennant Weekly Reporter, 3, 4, 5, 6. Edna Urquhart Glee Club, 6, 7; " Sonia " ; Math Club, 5. 6, 7, 8; Drama Club, 7, 8: Pennant Weekly Reporter. 3, 5; French Club, 6, 7; Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3, 4; Annual Staff. Roxa Van Dorsten Drama Club. S. Pauline Farley Girl Reserves, 4. 5 : Advertising Solicitor of Pennant Weekly. 4, 5 ; Business Manager of Anthology. 6. 7; Drama Club. 8: Rah! Rah! 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Art Club. 8: Feature Writer of Pennant Weekly. 8. Carmen Wallace ■ Rollo Warlick John Went Drama Club. 8; Sandbur Football, 6. Russell M. White Drama Club; Intcrclass Track. 4; " Pey O ' My Heart. " Harold Wilson Sandbur Football. 2: Hi-Y. 7; Wrestling. 7; Page for May Queen ' s Court. 1 ; Interclass Basketball. 3. 5; Drama Club. 8: Fighting Fifty. 8: Math Club. 8; Sports Editor of Pennant Weekly. 8. Page Thirty-Hoe Carefully we dressed for the marvelous event of dedicating the long dreamed- of suspension bridge connecting New York with France. We were arrayed in gowns from Sykes ' exclusive Fifth Avenue Dress Shoppe owned by Madamoi- sclle Carolyn Sykes, a member of our graduating class of 1932. The hotel in which we registered was owned and operated by none other than Irving Horwich. It certainly seemed funny to see how many of the old " gang " had migrated to New York and were at his mercy. Alice Pletcher was the head " menu juggler. " and Grace Huggins. the charming clerk who handed us over to bellhop Paul Huff. The bridge, designed by Whitney Slabaugh and erected by his engineers. " Beak " Englehardt and " Gillie " Dotson. was dedicated by Jack Cawley, the Mayor of New York. Other notables present were Mrs. J. A. Cawley, formerly Annamarie Krumm; Harold Wilson, Ambassador to France: and Congress- woman Neva Rogers. We were amazed at seeing little Don Fetters, now six feet tall, directing the world ' s most famous band. Strutting up and down and much in evidence was Hcrbie Lehman, " all dolled up. " in a checkered suit, diamond stick pin. a two and one-half carat diamond ring, a derby, and all the trimmings of a man of the world. We afterwards learned that he was established in one of New York ' s ritzy penthouses and making money like nobody ' s business. Trotting condes- cendingly behind him was his obedient valet who turned out to be our old pal, Richard Harman. We were scarcely able to believe our eyes when we saw Walter A. Boice, the devoted husband of Margaret Blue: Professor Robert Langle and his wife the former Miss Mildred Lee: Reverend Richard Duck wall, still in a state of unmar- ried bliss: and Miss Kathryn Frank, a bachelor maid. The parachute jump, a common event on such occasions, ended in a serious fall for Pilot Leonel Schrock. who was ably attended by Dr. Jean Tracy, most famous woman surgeon in New York. He was rushed to the hospital in an am- bulance driven by Mildred Reglein and was put under the care of Nurse Lois Meiser. Much to our surprise, the following day upon boarding a plane for our home in Philadelphia we found among our fellow passengers many of our old E. H. S. cronies: Josephine Berry. Morris Davidson. National Chairman of the Modern- istic Party: Miss Betty Compton, now a famous sports writer of the New York Daily Times: and Glenn Moore, manufacturer of the nationally known " Eat- Moore " horseradish. What a talk fest we did have! Even the famous Crosley Chatterer wouldn ' t have had a chance with Josephine, who was always consid- ered the sedate, quiet little mouse of our class. Well, well! What a small world this is after all! To think that we should meet up with so many old classmates at one time and what a thrill of pride we got in knowing that the January Class of 1932 had actually broken all records in the production of famous men and women! Beatrice MacBride. Edna Urquhart. Page Thirty-six This broadcast is brought to you from Station E. H. S., thro ugh the courtesy of the January Class of 1932. The events now presented are a review of the past four years of activity in this station. In September, 1928. the broadcasting artists first assembled. In organizing they chose Miss Engleman as chief engineer. Dick Harman as chief broadcasting artist, and announcer. Henry Lyndall. These were all that were deemed neces- sary in setting up the new station. In November the artists first went on the air and celebrated by a party in the studios. In February, 1929, the broadcasters assembled again. They decided to make some changes in their organization and also to enlarge it to some extent as fan mail was increasing every day. Miss Engleman was retained as chief engineer: chief broadcasting artist, Gilbert Dotson: his accompanist, Whitney Slabaugh; announcer. Raymond Duthie: mistress of ceremonies, Lera Holman. The ad- journment for the summer was celebrated by a party in the studio halls. By September. 1929, the station was quite a recognized organization among its listeners; the cast being composed of Gilbert Dotson, Jack Cawley. Henry Lyndall. Ray Duthie, and Grace Huggins. Mr. Williams was chosen as chief engineer. In January, 1930. the station decided to place Miss Wolf in the position of chief engineer. Whitney Slabaugh decided to try his hand as chief broadcasting artist with Alice Pletcher as his accompanist. Lorene Magnuson performed the duties for both announcer and paymaster with Annamarie Krumm presiding as mistress of ceremonies. In March, the broadcasters were refreshed by a steak fry at Simonton Lake, although slightly discomfited by the cold. On May 9, a dance was held in the studios. Special feature dances were enjoyed by all of the guests. The broadcasters assembled in September after their summer ' s vacation. Miss Wolf remained in her position of chief engineer, Whitney Slabaugh also re- mained as chief broadcasting artist, with Richard Harman as his accompanist. Beatrice MacBride was chosen announcer, Alice Pletcher, paymaster, and Grace Huggins, mistress of ceremonies. The broadcasters arranged for a joint party to be held with their sister station, the June Class of 1932. In February the station artists assembled once more. They decided to retain Miss Wolf and Whitney Slabaugh in their respective positions as they had filled them well. Lois Crawford was chosen announcer, and Richard Harman, pay- master, while Grace Huggins occupied the positions of accompanist and mistress of ceremonies. In March the broadcasters, assisted by their fellow artists, the June Juniors, presented a very successful program entitled " Daddy Longlegs " . In May the broadcasters again presented a very entertaining program in conjunction with their fellow broadcasters which was known as the Junior-Senior Prom at Lake Wawasee. This season then closed and the broadcasters retired to three months of well-earned rest. In September the broadcaste rs assembled to organize for their last semester. The staff consisted of Jack Cawley, Richard Nelson. Richard Harman, Irving Page Thirty-seven Horwich and Grace Huggins. Miss Wolf having performed her duties satisfac- torily and faithfully, was retained as chief engineer. In its closing broadcasts the class brought its listeners many featured programs such as Senior Day, January 18. This is the January ' 32 Class signing off from Station E. H. S., located on the corner of High and Second Streets in Elkhart, Indiana. We hope you liked it! Alberta Rief. Annamarie Krumm. aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iini Page Thii di eight m Now that wc, the January graduating class of 1932. have reached our goal, we pause a moment to take inventory of our achievements while at Elkhart High School. We have felt for some time that our school days in old E. H. S. were drawing to a close and we were being ushered out into a hard, cruel world to pilot our own planes. Miss Wolf, our capable sponsor, after considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, advised us to make, ordain, publish, and declare this to be our last Will and Testament. Being of sound mind and of disposing disposition, in spite of the many circumstances which might easily have driven us " insane " and soured our disposition, we do will and bequeath the fol- lowing articles: ARTICLE I. ITEM 1. — To Miss Kelly, who has been of so much help to us through our high school career, and who has stood so much from us that she will surely stand for this, our sincere thanks and appreciation for her help in making this Annual a success. ARTICLE II ITEM 1. — To the members of the faculty, we do leave our deepest sympa- thies and condolences for the loss they shall sustain by our graduation. ARTICLE III. ITEM I. — On the Juniors we bestow our so-called Superiority-Complex. ITEM 2. — To the Sophomores, we bequeath the privilege of talking the teachers into giving them better grades, providing they deserve them. ITEM 3. — To the Freshmen, if they continue school until graduation day, we leave our ability to have progressed so far. ARTICLE IV. ITEM I. — Leonel Schrock bequeaths his " permanent wave " to James Oliver ( in case James is willing to accept it ) . ITEM 2. — Grace Huggins bequeaths her flashing personality to [Catherine Robbins. ITEM 3. — Whitney Slabaugh is leaving his lengthily-acquired ability to argue in class to Paul Walker. ITEM 4. — Bette Nyce leaves her artistically inclined nature to Maxine Cole- m a n . ITEM 5. — Jack Cawley wills his popularity to Roger Kendall. Item 6. — Kathryn Frank to Eleanor Colbert leaves her great success as our Pennant Weekly Business Manager. HUB Page Thirty-nine ITEM . — Rav Durhic bequeaths his handsome face and figure to none other than Joe Acklev. ITEM 8. — Arlene Miller bestows on Vera Myers, with best wishes for a pros- perous career, her finger- waving ability. ITEM 9. — Paul Holmes wills his undying affections to Betty Lee Wright. ITEM 1 0. — Irving Horwich and Dale Gerster leave their orchestra training to A. C. Wischmeier and Paul Crumbaugh. ITEM 1 1 . — Alice Pletcher gives Bobbv Rhodes a few extra inches of length. ITEM 1 2. — Clyde Smith bequeaths his bashf ulness in the presence of certain peer!: to Walter Coveaugh. ITEM 13. — LaMar Myers wills his " convict " haircut to Christobel Lapham. ITEM 14. — The combined efforts of the 5E students are willed to George New man to get him into the Senior Class within the next few vears. ITEM 15. — Dick Duckwall leaves his highly praised notewriting ability to Mat Patanelli ' 1 6. — Marguerite Stout bequeaths her unique way of doing her hair to Martha Winterhoff. ITEM 1 7. — Gilly Goldbrick I Dotson wills his unbeatable half-mile stride to Harry Linder. ITEM 1 S. — Dick Nelson leaves his dancing feet to Bill LeFevre. ITEM 19. — Bill Bateman wills his acting ability to everybody ' s old pal. Maurice Treneer. ARTICLE V. ITEM 1. — All other trifles and values that we have not disposed of. we will leave to a committee of three to do with as they wish. Said committee to be Miss Robinson. Miss Winternitz. and Mr. Boone. In case anyone has any ob- jections against said committee, please notify Mr. Holdeman. ARTICLE VI. We do hereby nominate and ordain as sole Executor of this our last Will and Testament and direct that he shall give an unbroken bond of fidelity, in qual- ifying as our Executor. Mr. Holdeman. IN WITNESS Whereof. We. the Class of January 1932. set our seals to this our last Will and Testament. Seal GRADUATING CLASS OF JANUARY. 1932. Bette Nyce. Arlene Miller. 1 Tony Minelli David Hunn Irma Leatherman Jeaxnette Rubin President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer June Class Officers Class Colors Orchid and Green Class Motto Not At The Top But Climbing Class Flowers Orchid Sweet Peas. Yellow Roses OFFICERS FOR SECOND SEMESTER President Tony MlNELLl Vice-President David HUNN Secretary THURSTON HORN Treasurer JEANNETTE RUBIN Page Forty -one Emma Ambiehl Commercial Club. 7. Frank Ammons Basketball. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Football. 1. 3. 5. 7: Track. 2. 4; Art Club. 5. 6. 7. 8: Forum Club. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Drama Club. 7. 8; Social Chairman of Drama Club. Henry Anderson Hi-Y, 6. 7; Intcrclass Track. 5. 7. Ruth Arbogast Art Club. 5. 6. 7. 8: Home Economics. 4. Neff Ball Varsity Football. 7; Varsity Track. 6. 8. Helen Bassett Rah! Rah! 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Pennant Reporter. 1. 2. 3: Advertising Solicitor. 4. 5. 6: Advertising Man- ager. 7: Drama Club. 7. 8; Latin Club. 5. 6: Glee Club. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 7. 8; Chatter Editor of Pennant Weekly. 8; " Sunbonnet Girl. " Frances Baylor Girl Reserves, 3. Ruth Beissel Home Economics Club, 3. 4. 5; Commercial Club. 7. 8; Drama Club. 8. Anna Beofitz Commercial Club. 7. S. Garnet Bever Page Forty-two M Robert Bloom Interclass Basketball. 1.2. 3. 4. 7. 8: Second Team Basketball. 5. 6. Victor E. Bonfiglio Wilma E. Books Commercial Club. 7, Ann Branchick Girl Reserves. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Beulah Burke Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4: Annual Staff. Rolland Burke Interclass Track. 2; Interclass Basketball. 3. 8: Sand- bur Football. 3 : Student Representative. Wrestling. 8: Varsity Wrestling. 6: Varsity Track. 4. 6. 8: Varsity Football. 5. 7. Kathleen Burwell Latin Club. 5. 6. 7. 8. Jack Williams Interclass Basketball 3. 4; Varsity Basketball. 7: In- terclass Track. 7. Lester Carboneau Drama Club. 7. 8; Interclass Track. 7: Pennant Weekly Solicitor. 7. Ward Charlesworth Yell Leader. 3,; Fighting Fifty. 3.4,5. 6. 7, 8: Art Club. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Forum Club. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8; Annual: Pennant Weekly, 5; Glee Club. 6: " Sonia " : Interclass Bas- ketball. 4. 6. 8. k ' L -4i illllWMlllllllllllllll Page Forty ihr,; ' Ralph Churchill Interclass Football. 5 ; Interclass Basketball d : Band V- 5 6 7 . S ■ Orchestra. V 6 Frances Clyde Home Economics Club. 5, 4. 5, 6. Paul Compton Hi-Y. 7, 8; Math Club. 4. 5: Inter- class Basketball P. 8; Interclass Track. 4: Forum Club. 4. p. Robert Cook Math Club 5 6 7. 8: Art Club 7 8 : Wrestling. 2 : Drama Club S. Paul Corner Track 5 4. Dorothy Crawford Home Economics Club. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. [SABELLE CURRAN Hammond. 1. 2: Goshen. 3.4; Rah: Rah! 5. 6. 7. 8: Drama Club Treasurer. 7; Drama Club. 7, 8: Arl Club 7; Soma " : Glee Club. 5. 6: Girl Re- serves 5. 6: Pennant W ' eeklv. 0: Annual 7. Marshall A. Curtis Hi-Y. 5. 6. 7. 8 Arza Dalrymple Glee Club. 6: Sonia " : Interclass Basketball. 1.2: Wrestling. I. 2. 5. Maxine Davis Band. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. " . S: Orchestra. 4. 5. 6: Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4: Commercial Club. " 8 Page Forty-four lllilHIIHIf Fern Deal Band. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Orchestra. 6. Robert Dillon Interclass Track. 2: Interclass Football. 5. Charles Dixon Juanita Dodge Art Club. 5. 6: Commercial Club. 7. 8. Evelyn Dotson Girl Reserves. 7. 8; Commercial Club. 7. 8. Gilbert H. Dotson Varsity Football. 5. 7: All-State Half Mile. 6: Var- sity Track. 4. 6. 8: Interclass Basketball. 3. 4. 5. 6 7. 8: Interclass Football. 1.3: Fighting Fifty, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8: Class President. 3. 4: Band. 3. 5. ' Paul Eaton Ethel Ebersole Walter Wolschlager Band. 5. 6. 7. 8; Interclass Basketball. 8: Interclass Track. 8; Drama Club. 8. Evelyn Eger Commercial Club. 7. 8: Home Economics Club. 3. 4. 5. 6. Page Forty-five fetJK Constance Emery Rah! Rah! 5, 6, 7. 8; Girl Reserves. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Drama Club, 6. 7. 8. Mary Fahl Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3: Rah! Rah 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: French Club, 3. 4; Pennant Weekly Reporter, 2; Vice-President of Girl Reserves. 2. Donald Fargo Art Club. 1. 2. 4. Catherine E. Fashbaugh Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6; Commer- cial Club. 7. 8; Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. Florence Fenbok Edith Fick Band. 5. 6. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 7. 8; Girls Basketball. 5. 6, 7. 8. Joseph Fields Inlerclass Basketball. 3. 4; Orchestra, 5, 6, 7, 8. Marjorie Finger Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3, 4: Art Club. 7. 8; Pennant Weekly Reporter. 3, 4; Drama Club, 7. 8; Exchange Editor of Pennant Weekly, 7, 8; Glee Club, 8; ' Sunbonnet Girl " ; " Peg O ' My Heart. " Richard Fisher Inlerclass Basketball. 2. Louise Fosdick Girl Reserves. 2. 3, 4, 5. 6: Home Economics Club, 3,4; Commercial Club, 7, 8. Page Forty-six Florence Freeby Girl Reserves. 1, 2; Drama Club. 7. 8; Spanish Club. 7. 8: Vice-President of Spanish Club. 7. Dick Freed Art Club. 4. 5, 6; Humor Editor of Pennant Week- ly. 5. 6. 7. 8. Lucille Frick Commercial Club. 7, 8: Girl Reserves. 3, 4. John Zakraisek Interclass Basketball. 3 ; Student Manager of Foot- ball. 5. 7; Basketball. 5. 7; Track. 6; Wrestling, 6. Mary M. Gaff Drama Club. 8; Girl Reserves. 1, 2. Jakf Geiser Interclass Football. 4: Varsity Football. 6. 8; Inter- class Basketball. 3. 5 7: Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3. 4; Vice- President: Treasurer: Fighting Fifty. 7. 8. Belle Glant Commercial Club. 6. 7. 8, l . Forum Club, 7. 8. 9: Curl Reserves, 6. 7. 8. 9. Kenneth Good Hi-Y; Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, f . 7. 8. Edna Grandstaff Drama Club. 7. 8: Glee Club. 7. 8; " Sunbonnet Girl " : Latin Club, 5. 6: Rah! Rah! 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3: President of Girl Reserves. 2: Pennant Weekly Reporter. 3. 4; Exchange Editor of Pennant Weekly. 5: Advertising Solicitor. 6, 8. Martha Gray Commercial Club. 7. 8: Home Economics Club. 1. 2, 3. 4, 5. 6: Social Chairman. 4: Secretary. 5: Treasurer, 7: Girl Reserves. 1. 2, 3, 4. 7, 8. Page Forty ..- en Ova L. Greiner Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8: Rah! Rah! 4, 5. 6, 7. 8; Commercial Club. 5. 6. 7. 8; Art Club. 7. 8; Secretary of Commercial Club. 7. 8: " Daddy Longlegs " ; Pennant Weekly Reporter. 3. 4, 5; An- nual Staff. 7. 8; Drama Club. 8: Glee Club. 8. Leonard Gross Harry C. Haines Circus Classicus. 5. 6. 7. 8; Aedile: Fighting Fifty, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8: Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8 : .Interclass Basketball. 2. 4. 6; Interclass Track. 2. 4: Varsity Track. 6. 8; Pennant Weekly Feature Writer: Secretary of Hi-Y. 8: Social Chair- man of Hi-Y. 2; Social Chairman of Fighting Fifty. 8. Naomi Hamlin President of Girl Reserves. 1 ; Forum Club, 3. 4; Latin Club, 5, 6: Drama Club. 7, 8: Vice-President of Drama Club. 7: Glee Club. 7: Pennant Weekly Reporter. 1. 2. 3. 4: Exchange Editor. 5: Advertis- ing Solicitor, 6: Annual Staff. 7. 8: Girl Reserves, 1. 2, 3; Rah! Rah! 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8; Basketball, 2. 3. Edward Hapner Interclass Track. 2. 4; Varsity. 6. 8; Wrestling. 4. Gfraldine Haworth Class Secretary. 3. 5: Rah: Rah: 5. 6. 7. 8: Drama Club. 8: Glee Club. 8: " Sunbonnet Girl. " " Peg O ' My Heart. " Ella Whitely Home Economics Club, 4. TlIFI.MA HEMMINGER Girl Reserves, 1, 2. 6: Art Club. 7. 8; Math Club. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8; Glee Club, 7, 8; " Sun- bonnet Girl " : Pennant Weekly Reporter. 7. 8: In- terclass Basketball. 5, 6; Interclass Baseball. 5. 6; Home Economics Club. 2. 3. Harold Henley Philip Walter Heuman Hi-Y. 1. 2. Club. 5. 6; 5. 6. 7. 8; Magazine Staff. 6; Latin ' Peg O ' My Heart. " Pane Fortu-eiqht Grace E. Hill Drama Club, 7, 8. John D. Hixon Interdass Basketball. 8; Track. 8: Glee Club. 8. Evelyn Holmes Math Club. 5, 8. Dorothy Jean Holtz Commercial Club. 5. 6, 7, 8; President. 7. 8; Vice- President. 5, 6; Rab! Rah! 7. 8: Secretary of Class. 7 : Home Economics Club. 1,2,3.4.5,6; Secretary. 2 ; Treasurer. 3 : Drama Club. 7. 8 : Glee Club, 7, 8 ; " Sunbonnet Girl " ; Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7. 8. Thurston Horn Interclass Football, 1; Varsity Football, 3, 5, 7; Varsity Wrestling, 4, 6. 8; Fighting Fifty. 5, 6, 7. 8 : Secretary of Class. 8. Mary Horvath Home Economics Club, 2. 3. 4. 5, 6; Treasurer, 3; Secretary. 4; Commercial Club. 7, 8. Claude M. Hostetler Varsity Wrestling. 4, 6. 8: Varsity Track. 8; Stu- dent Trainer for Football. 7: Math Club. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8; Art Club. 7. 8; Glee Club. 7. 8: Interclass Foot- ball, 1, 3; Interclass Basketball, 2. 8; Interclass Track. 4. Harold L. Hummel Math Club. 7. 8; Glee Club, 8. David Hunn Hi Y. I, 2; Fighting Fifty. 7. 8; Latin Club. 5. 6; Junior Consul. 5. 6; Sandbur Football, 1; Varsity Football. 3. 5, 7; Varsity Track, 2. 4. 6, 8: Second Team Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Basketball, 5. 6, 7, 8; Vice-President of Class. 7, 8. Ruth Hurmence Debate. 5. 6. 7. 8; Forum Club, 5, 6. 7, 8; Rah! Rah! 5. 6, 7, 8: Latin Club 5, 6. 7, 8: Girl Re- serves, 3, 4; District Latin Contest, 6: Second in Girls ' Lions Oratorical Contest, 6; Pennant Weekly Reporter. 5. 6. Page Forty-nine IkV Hell BUM Raymond A. Jarvis Assistant Circulation Manager of Pennant Weekly, 6. 7. Carlos E. Johnson Varsity Football. 7; Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, 5. 6. 7, 8: Sandbur Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6; Varsity Track, 6. 7, 8: Interdass Track. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5: Drama Club. 7, 8: Hi Y. 1. 2. Sumner Kauffman Interclass Basketball. 5. 6. 8. Mildred Kendig French Club. 3. 4; Band. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8; Orchestra. 5. 6. 7. 8: " Daddy Longlegs " ; Girl Reserves, 1,2; Glee Club. 1.2. Sylvia King Glee Club. V 4. 5. 6. 7: Commercial Club, 5: Home Economics Club, 3. 4. 5: Girl Reserves, 3. 4; " Sonia. " Mary Kirkby Latin Club. 7. 8; Girl Reserves. S ; Home Economics Club. 5 ; Pennant Annual Staff. Bob Klieoth Fighting Fifty. 5. 6. 7, 8; Hi-Y, 2. 3. 4. Josephine Knight Rah! Rah! 7. 8: Art Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, S; Treasurer, 5. 6, 7. 8; Art Editor of Annual: Volley Ball. 7: Basketball. 8: Glee Club. 8. Paul Koehler Track, 8; Drama Club, 8: " Peg O ' My Heart. " Charles Franklin Koontz Varsity Wrestling, 8. Willi Pauf Fifty Elton Krafft Interclass Basketball. 1. 2. 3, 4: Second Team Bas ketball, 5. 6; Golf Team, 1, 2. 3. 4, 5. 6, 7. 8 Sandbur Football, 5. 6 : Art Club, 7, 8. BFRNARD C. Kretschmer Transferred from DcPaul Academy; Wrestling. Homer G. Kring Chorus. 1, 2; Interclass Basketball. 1, 2, 3. 4; Inter- class Football. 3 ; Hi-Y, 7. Marion A. Lantz Irma Leatherman Class Treasurer, 3. 4: Secretary. 7; Pennant Weekly Reporter. 4; Pennant Weekly Feature. 5,6; " Daddy I.onglegs " ; May Queen ' s Court. 4; Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7, 8: Assistant Editor Pennant Annual. 7, 8; Art Club. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8. George Linder Fighting Fifty, 7, 8; Varsity Football. 3. 5. 7: Varsity Wrestling. 4. 6. 8; Varsity Track. 4. 6. 8; Interclass Track. 2; Interclass Football, 1: Interclass Basketball. 2. 4. Josephine Lockmondy Commercial Club. 7. 8. Eleanor Lynch Annual Staff. Rah ' Rah! 5, 6. 7. 8; Art Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8: Spanish Club, 5. 6. 7, 8; Secretary of Art Club. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. 6. 7. 8; Pennant Weekly Reporter. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6; Ex- change. 5: Drama Club. 7. 8: Glee Club. 8; " Sun- bennct Girl. " Ethel Lynn Girl Reserves. 1,2: Spanish Club, 7, 8: Treasurer. 7: Band, 7. 8. Joyce McClintock Commercial Club. 7, 8. Page Firty-one Doris McDonald Vice-President of Class. 3. 4, 6; Social Chairman, 5. 7, 8; Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7, 8; President. 7. 8; Pen- nant Weekly. 4, 5, 6. 7. 8; Editor-in-Chief. 8: Assistant Editor. 5. 6. 7: " Daddy Longlegs " : Band, 4, 5. 6 ; May Queen ' s Court. 4. Howard McDonald John McFall Interdass Football. 3: Varsity Football. 5. 7; Var- sity Basketball. 4; Interdass Basketball. 6. 8; Wrest- ling. 6, 8. Jayne E. McGowan Commercial Club. 7. 8: Art Club, 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8; Forum Club. 3. 4. 5. 6: Pennant Week- ly Reporter. 3. 4: Girls Basketball. 1. 2, 3. 4. 5. 6; Girls Tennis. 3. 4; Glee Club. 1. 2. 8. Elizabeth McQueen Girl Reserves. 3. 4: Math Club, 5, 6. 7, 8; Glee Club. 5. 8: Drama Club. 7. 8; Spanish Club, 7, 8; Forum Club, 5. 6: " Wranglers, ' ' 3, 4. Angela Marino Commercial Club, 7, 8. Harry Martin Woodrow Mast Interdass Basketball. 1.2: Drama Club. 7. 8. Rose H. Mathews Girl Reserves. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Glee Club, I. 2. 4, 5. 6. 8 ; " Lucky Jade " : " Sonia " ; French Club. 4.5,6 Candace Mays Page Fifty-two m Beatrice Meinke Latin Club, 7, 8. Rachel Merkling Glee Club, 4,6,7: Drama Club, 7 ; Chorus. 4,6.7; " Sonia. " Mary M. Miller Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4. 5. 6, 7, 8; Commercial Club. 7, 8; Home Economics Club. 2. Russell D. Miller Latin Club. 5. 6: Math Club. 7. 8; Treasurer, 7. 8: Hi-Y, 1, 2. 3. 4. 7. 8: Sandbur Football, 3. 5; Interdass Basketball. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8; Social Chairman of Hi-Y. 8. Warren Miller Basketball. 2; Interclass Track. 2; Interdass Loot- ball, 2, 4. Wilbur S. Miller Class Treasurer. 1. 2; Interclass Basketball. 2. 4; Track. 2; Sandbur Football. 2. 4. Verna M. Miller Central High. Battle Creek, Michigan. 1. 2, 3. 4. 5. 6: Basketball. 7. 8: Glee Club. 7. 8; " Sunbonnel Girl ' ; Girl Reserves. 7. 8. Tony Minei.li President of Class. 3, 4, 5. 6. 7: Fighting Fifty, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Hi-Y. 3. 4. 5: " Daddy Longlegs " ; Football. 1. V 5. 7; Basketball. 2. 4; Track. 2. 4; Wrestling. 2. 4. 6. 8. Helen E. Monschein Art Club. 5. Mary J. Montagno Commercial Club, 5,6.7.8: Home Economics Club. 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6; Girl Reserves. 3. 4: Annual Staff, 7, 8: Spanish Club, 3, 4. 5. 6, 7, 8; Secretary, 6, 7, 8. M . Pnac Fifty-threi Illl a IKW Illl Bernice I. Moore Art Club. 5, 6: Commercial Club, 5. 6. Al Verta Myers Rah! Rah! 6. 7. 8: Band, 1, 2, 3. 4; Girl Reserves, 1. 2; Spanish Club. 4. 5, 6; Social Chairman, 6: Annual Staff. 8. Everett W. Myers Interclass Basketball. 3, 5: Interclass Track. 2. 4; Varsity Wrestling. 3, 4; Latin Club. 5. 6. 7, 8: " Pep O ' My Heart. " William M. Nicholson Basketball. 2: Sandbur Football. 5; interclass Ba ketball. 6; Varsity Football. 7. Evelyn Nusbaum Dorothy May Perkins Girls Basketball. 3. 4. Elizabeth Perry Girl Reserves. 1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8; " Purple Tow- ers " ; Art Club. 5, 6. 7. 8; Latin Club. 5. 6. 7. 8. Antoinette Piedmont Home Economics Club, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7; Commercial Club. 7. 8; Spanish Club, 5, 6. 7, 8; Girl Reserves. 1. 2. Donald Pocock Interclass Basketball, 1. 2, 3.4. 5, 6; Art Club, 1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Vice-President, 7, 8: Annual Art Staff. 7. 8. Leonard C. Mishler Hi-Y. 3,4.5.6: Fighting Fifty. 8 Interclass Basketball. 2. 4. 6. 8: Sandbur Football. 5 ; Varsity Football. 6. MIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMII Page Fifty foui Edward Raholin Phyllis Rasp Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8: Secretary, 7; Art Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: " Daddy Longlegs " : " Purple Towers " ; Annual Staff, 7. Catherine Reed Home Economics Club. 2, 6. Genevieve Reed W ' ii ma l. Rice District Latin Contest. 2: Mav Queens Court, 2: latin Club. 5. 6: Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7. 8; Band. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8: Orchestra. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Quaestor of Latin Club. 5. 6: " Peg O ' My Heart, " Romaine Rich Cor rcial Club. 7. 8: Girl Reserves, 7. 8. Ferdinand Richter Sandbur Football, 3; Varsity Football. 5. 6. 7; In- tcrdass Basketball. 2. 4. 6. 8; Track. 4. 6. 8; Hi-Y,, Math Club. 7. 8 ; Drama Club Kathryn Ringenberg Home Economics Club. 5. 6. S Anne Robertson Rah! Rah! 5. 6. 7. 8: Girl Reserves, 1. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8: Art Club, 7. 8; Orchestra. 4: Drama Club. 7, 8: Glee Club, 8; " Sunbonnet Girl " ; Wranglers. 4; French Club, 8; " Peg O ' My Heart. " James Robertson Interdass Football. 2: Fighting Fifty. 5. 6. 7, 8; Drama Club. 7. 8; Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Orchestra. 5. 6. 7. 8. Page Fifty-five Jeannette Rubin Orchestra, 1,2; Band. 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Class Presiden t, 2: Treasurer. 5. 6. 7. 8: Math Club. 5. 6. 7. 8: Forum Club, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8: Girl Reserves: Drama Club. 7. 8; Rah! Rah! 3. 4, 5, 6. 7. 8; Pen- nant Weekly. 7: Pennant Annual: Glee Club, 8: " Peg O ' My Heart. " Margaret Rush Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club. 1. 2. Dorothy L. Sailor Commercial Club. 3, 4. 5. 6: Home Economics Club. 3, 4. 5. 6; Secretary. 3; Social Chairman. 4; President, 5 : Social Chairman of Class. 2 : Drama Club. 3. 4, 5. 6: Spanish Club. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6: " Deacon Dubbs " ; May Queen ' s Court. 2: Forum Club. 3. LORETTA SEEBURGER Commercial Club. 7, 8. Philip Scott Jefferson High School. Lafayette, Indiana. 1, 2. 3, 4 5. 6. Victor Zakraisek Mary Smole Girl Reserves. 3, 4. 5, 6. Rudolph Smole Forum. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5. 6, 7. 8; " Daddy Longlegs. " Verna D. Snyder Girl Reserves. 1. 2. 3. 4: Commercial Club, 7. 8. Bernice Spade Home Economics Club, 3. 4. 5; Commercial Club, 7, 8: Drama Club. 8. Page Fifty-six Norman Sparklin Spanish Club. 5, 6; Drama Club, 7; Hi-Y Club. 1, 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7, 8. Clarice E. Spore Home Lconomics Club, 3. 4; Commercial Club, 7, 8; Drama Club. 7; Band, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girl Reserves. 3, 4. 5, 6. 7, 8; Tennis, 4. Richard Squier Edward F. Stack Pcnnanl Weekly. 5: Pennant Annual. 7. S: M.uh Club. 7, 8. Edwin A. Stack M.uh Club. 7. 8: Pennant Annual. 7. 8. Mary Steely Rah! Rah! 5. 6, 7. 8: Art Club. 5. 6: Latin Club. 5. 6; Girl Reserves. 3, 4. 5, 6; Pennant Annual Staff. Ruth Stewart Commercial Club. 7, 8. William Stewart Band. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8: Orchestra. 7, 8; Hi-Y, 7; Class Secretary, 2; Spanish Club, 7, 8. Dolores Strawser Commercial Club. 7. 8. Thelma Strine Art Club. 7. 8: Orchestra. 6. 7: Girl Reserves. I. 2, 8. Pac e Fifty-seven Charles W. Strintz Varsity Basketball. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Varsity Tennis, 2. 4. 6, 8: Varsity Football. 7; Sandbur Football. 3, 5: Vice-President, 4; Hi-Y, 1, 2. 3, 4; Latin Club, 5, 6; Pennant Circulation Staff, 5, 6. Pearl Struble Home Economics Club. 1.2; Orchestra, 5. 6, 7, Drama Club, 7. 8. Mary Stuntebeck Commercial Club, 7, 8 Wayne Stutsman Interclass Basketball. 7, S. Hi-Y, 1. 2; Band. 6. Mary Jane Summerlott June Adele Swank Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Drama Club, 7. 8; Home Economics Club. 1. 2, 3, 4. 5. 6; Girl Reserves, 1, 2. 3, 4. 5. 6; Commercial Club. 7, 8; Annual Staff, Charles K. Taska Interclass Basketball. 2. 4. 6, 8; Varsity Wrestling, 4, 8; Interclass Track, 4, 6, 8. Robert Tavernier Virginia Thompson Glee Club, 7, 8: Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6: Commercial Club, 7, 8; Drama Club. 7, 8: " Sunbonnet Girl " : Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: Treasurer, 1 ; " Peg O ' My Heart. " Richard J. Thorpe Hi-Y, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7: Interclass Basketball, 2: Wrest- ling, 5, 6, 7, 8; Columbus, Ohio, 3, 4. Page Fifty-eight milling Charles Wayne Trautman Sandbur Football, 1 ; Varsity Football, 3,5.7; Var- sity Track, 4. 6, 8; Intcrclass Basketball. 6. 8; Var- sity Basketball. 2. 4: Hi-Y I, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7. 8: Vice-President. 3; Fighting Fifty. 7, 8: Drama Club. Margery Treneer Rah: Rah! 2, 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Art Club. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8; Vice-President. 5. 6; President, 7, 8; French Club. 5. 6; Vice-President. 6; Secretary. 5: Forum. 7. 8: Girl Reserves. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Pen- nant Weekly. 5. 6; Pennant Annual; Tennis, 4, 6; Social Chairman of Rah! Rah! 8; ' Peg O ' My Heart. Ffrrie Tucker Josephine Tutorow Robert Van Patten Interclass Basketball, 3. 5, 7: Forum Club, 3, 4. 5, 6; Art Club. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Drama Club. 7, 8; Hi-Y. 0. 7, 8. Paul Van Tine Band. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8; Interclass Basketball. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8; Hi-Y, 1. 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8. Garnet Vanferson Nicholas Vargo Band. 7. 8; Interclass Basketball. Track. 3, Interclass Jean Vigren Marshall High. Minneapolis, 1,2; Interclass Basket- ball. 4. 6. 8; Varsity Track. 6, 8: Hi-Y. 3. 4. 7. 8; Math Club. 7. 8: Latin Club. 5. 6. 7. 8; Fighting Fifty. 7, 8. Mary Wagner Rah! Rah! 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; Math Club, 7, 8; Girl Reserves, 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8; Forum Club. 2. 3. 4; Vice-President, 3; Drama Club, 6, 7, 8: Secretary Rah! Rah! 7; Secretary of Math Club. 7; Pennant Weekly. 2. 3. Ai. ' Fr7fy n ne Fred Warren Hi-Y, 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. tnry. 2. 6. 7, 8; Treasurer. 8; Secre- Emanuel Weiler Varsity Football. 5. 7: Sandbur Football, 3; Var- sity Track. 6. 8: Tennis. 2. 4: Hi-Y. 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 6. 7. 8: President. 2, 3. 4. 8; Treasurer. 7; Math Club. 5. 6: Vice-President. 5: Latin Club, 5. 6. 7. 8: Treasurer. 7; Fighting Fifty, 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8; Treasurer. 7; Pennant Weekly. 1. 2. 3; Forum Club. 5. 6: President. 5; Debating. 5, 6. 7, 8; " Daddy Longlegs. " Nellie Whitecotton Glee Club. 1.2; " Sonia. " Rfese Garen (No Picture) LUELLA WOBLER Richard Teeter (No Picture) Mattie Williams Girl Reserves. Page Sixty Four years ago, one delightful September morning, a group of eager Fresh- men boarded the good old Spirit of E. H. S. headed for the port of graduation. For the first part of the trip they flew about aimlessly. Deciding at last to or- ganize, they held a meeting and named: Pilot. Jeannette Rubin: Co-Pilot, Charles Strintz: Mechanic. Margery Treneer: Navigator. Wilbur Miller: Helms- man, Vera Myers. The engineer in charge was Mr. T. H. Miller. Soon after, the crew decided to invite their lriends to a party at Blosser ' s Park. Goshen. Indiana. In September. 1929. the company met to call new officers. Pilot. Tony Minelli: Co-Pilot. Doris McDonald: Mechanic. Geraldine Ha worth: Navigator. Irma Leatherman: Helmsman, Vera Myers: and Engineer. Mr. W. A. Jones. For the first party, the crew landed at the E. H. S. gymnasium and invited all their friends. Dancing and games furnished the main amusements. In January, as the Spirit of E. H. S. flew over the halls of examination, her members stopped to try their skill in remembering by-gone facts. A few weeks later the crew was called in to make some changes in organiza- tion, resulting in: Tony Minelli. Doris McDonald. Geraldine Haworth. Irma Leatherman. Don Hallauer. As Spring drew near, the crew invited their friends to a dance at Spanish Terrace, Christiana Lake. The next fall a new company was chosen as follows: Pilot. Tony Minelli: Co-Pilot, Vera Myers: Mechanic. Geraldine Haworth: Navigator. Jeannette Ru- bin: Helmsman. Doris McDonald. Two after-school dances were held in the gymnasium to raise funds for the class. In November a party was held with the January class. A mock football game played by the girl members of the class was a feature of the evening. This year joint classes also co-operated in choosing rings and pins. The crew selected to guide us through our IIB flight were: Tony Minelli. Doris McDonald. Dorothy Holtz. Jeannette Rubin. Vera Myers. On March 20. as Juniors, the class presented " Daddy Longlegs, " a three-act comedy by Jean Webster. The biggest event of the year was the Junior-Senior Promenade, held at Lake Wawasee on May 16, 1931. At 6:30 a banquet and program was given with dancing starting at 9 o ' clock. Music was furnished by Norman Kare and his orchestra of Gary, Indiana. Everyone enjoyed the evening and acclaimed it a complete success. The opening of the Senior year found the plane with a new crew, as fol- lows: Pilot, Tony Minelli: Co-Pilot. David Hunn: Mechanic. Irma Leather- man: Navigator, Jeannette Rubin: Helmsman. Doris McDonald. In January the crew gave another party in conjunction with the January class. Games and dancing were enjoyed. Page Sixty-one 1 At a special meeting of the Seniors it was decided to wear caps and gowns for graduation exercises. The Seniors held their banquet near the end of their long trip towards graduation. The crew stopped and picked up their friends to attend the Promenade given by the Juniors, an affair which was greatly enjoyed. After four good years of strenuous labor the plane neared the port of grad- uation. A happy end to a pleasant trip under the guidance of our beloved and faithful engineer, Miss Edith Goings. Mary J. Montagno. Al Verta Myers. Page Sixty-two ■IlllllHf Imagine our surprise to receive an invitation to a reception given by the Ambas- sador to England. Orlin Pollard, and his charming wife. Margery, who was our Margery Treneer of high school days. This request reached us at a very late date, but we managed to secure passage and left for England at 3 :00 P. M. in the air- ship " Spirit of Old Elkhart, " whose engineer we knew as Bernard Kretschmer. At the Virgin Islands we stopped long enough to drop in at the " Palms " to greet our hostess. Mayre Waignere ( w hom we had known as good old Mary Wagner ) and to drink a cup of tea. Soon we were continuing on our tiresome journey. At seven we had dinner in the main dining room of the plane and who should be our host but Harry Haines and our waitress but Virginia Thompson. We had a whole-hearted talk with them about our days at old E. H. S. Then we called a news-girl who kindly supplied us with the paper of our choice. " The Pennant " ; yes, the same good old paper, enlarged. Who should turn up to hand us our paper but Bernice Moore! We settled down to read that worthy edition while our coffee cooled, extract- ing news items such as this: WARD CHARLESWORTH WINS HOG-CALLING CONTEST AT BRISTOL. We realize of course that his excellent training was received at Elk- hart High School. ANTHONY MINELLI. MAYOR OF JAMESTOWN. ARRESTED FOR INDECOROUS CONDUCT. It is alleged, we read, that he threw a party at the courthouse into which two cowboys, Ed Raholin and Jake Geiser. rode their horses. Prosecutor Ferdinand Richter selected a jury which included our former classmates, Paul Compton and Irma Leatherman. Mayor Minelli has retained Rudolph Smole to act as attorney. Judge James Work III will preside. CARLOS JOHNSON AND CHARLIE STRINTZ ARRESTED. It seems, they were soup-slinging in the Spanish View last night. On the women ' s page we saw that the column. " Advice to the Lovelorn. " was written by Isabelle Curran and Edna Grandstaff. On the Theatre Guild page under LEADS AWARDED FOR " HANSEL AND GRETEL. " we learn that Paul Bessmer and Ova Greiner are the fortunate actors. Also we see that Charles Koontz is the main attraction in the " Foodie Fop Follies of ' 42, " which is enjoying a long season ' s run in New York City. We looked up after closing our paper to find the salon deserted. Our coffee had cooled to the point of room temperature: June looks at her watch, it is 1 2:00 o ' clock. We must be near London — and still in evening clothes. In a short time we were hauled to earth. After alighting we bade our friends, Harry and Vir- ginia, goodbye. Reaching our destination we travelled to the Hotel London via cab. driven by our old wrestler, Thurston " Red " Horn, very dignified in his long-tailed coat and high silk hat. now grappling with the English accent. In the dress shoppe in connection with the hotel we saw Jeannette Rubin who was completing her trousseau for her marriage to our well-known Shoe Shrinker IK Page Si xlii-tl}iei Salesman. Edwin Stack. We hope that she can tell the twins apart when the wedding bells peal. Upon our arrival at the embassy the next evening we were greeted by our aforesaid host and hostess. We had a short talk with the president of the United States. Lester Carboneau. who was attending the reception with his secretary, Mary Montagno. Our speakers for the evening were to be former classmates who had achieved world fame. The first speaker was Dr. David Herman Henry Hunn with the faithful Doris McDonald Hunn ever at his side. They have become famous through the found- ing of a home for Orphaned Cats and Dogs. Later we were given a book review of " Oh, My Operation " by its author, Marjorie Finger. At the far end of the table we recognized Ruth Hurmence. now Duchess of Honky Tonky. who has recently recovered from injuries sustained when thrown from her horse in the season ' s steeple chase. Then we were audience to Professor Jean Vigren who introduced his model, Anne Robertson, now a stunning blonde due to a successful experiment of the professor ' s, called " Platinum Blonde " dye. Mr. Richard Thorpe was called upon to tell of his trip over Niagara Falls in the new water glider. Then to close the dinner we were entertained by the famous magician. Wil- liam Stewart, who placed his assistant, Wilma Rice, in a box and by " presto chango " caused her to do the vanishing act. After coffee in the drawing room, as a fitting climax to a most delightful period of reminiscing, everyone drank a toast to good old Elkhart High School before — Some one prods me in the ribs. Tis the teacher in " 5 20. " Wake up! Do you think, this is a lounge? " I smile; I ' ve had an experience. June Swank. Mary Kirkby. Page Sixty-four The June Class of ' 3 2 Is being liberal to all of you In giving their possessions dear To all of them remaining here In E. H. S.. our Alma Mater, That is truly proud of son and daughter. We ' ve had no consul with the heirs But hope they ' re satisfied with theirs. The paints and brushes of Margery Treneer Are for all those artists still left here. John leaves his job as Student Rep To Dusty Rhodes who has lotsa pep. Anne Robertson leaves her dramatic ways To Isabel Jones for future plays. Jimmy Adams, if given a choice, Could do no better than Bessmer ' s voice. Jeannette Rubin gives her flowing tresses To all young things in dire distresses. Frankie Ammons to Frankie Miller Gives his ways as a lady-killer. The fame of the " It " of Phyllis Rasp Is well within Catherine Palmer ' s grasp. Connie Emery ' s poetic inclinations Are for Dorothy Dunivan in giving orations. To Lowell Taylor in the president ' s chair We bestow Minelli ' s presidential air. Doris and Davie do will and bequeath Their High School romance to those beneath. The sweet loveliness of Wilma Rice Is left to petite Mary Kegerreis. Glenn Olsen ' s knowledge that gals like ' em blonde Goes to Bill LeFevre of whom they are fond. Page Sixty- floe Al Verta Myers leaves a disposition sunny To Virginia Hatfield, already a honey. Francisco ' s playfulness and Sparklin ' s too, Elmer Laggerman, is left to you. Gerry Haworth wills her raven locks To Rosemary and Kathryn, the beautiful Bachs. Carlie Johnson gives his " Oakie " grin To anybody wanting it. may the best man win! Beaver, man of gridiron fame. Adds his honors to Bob Culp ' s name. The Stack twins will their friendly ways To Ross and George Borneman for Senior days. Irma Leatherman wills " Tuffa da guy " To Harrison Church, may the phrase never die! Dorothy Holtz gives her typewriting " way " Of fifty-a-minute. to Harriet May. Harry Haines wills his wealth of red hair To George Newman, a platinum there. Steely and Burke leave their friendship rare To Colbert and Keene, a peach of a pair. Seniors blessed with virtues fair Always have some fame to spare So, willingly, we give our share. The June Class of ' 32 Hopes that every one of you Receives these gifts with open heart As, leaving you. from them we part. Mary Steely. Buelah Burke. Page Sixty-six J- 1 ■y I) C L r JT V First Row: Grossnickle, Wienhoft. Sayre, Bowers, Shreiner. LeFevre, Wyatt. Speas. Bless- ing. Holdeman, Lundquist, Rhodes. Second Ron ' : Heisel, Jessen, E. Smith. Kegcrrcis, Holmes, Wright. Brusman. Strine. E. E. Smith. Hoover. Fenbok, Schmidt, Paulson. Zorninger. Third Row: Mr. Jones. Haggerty. Rodgcrs. Overlcase. Kidder. Scott. Crump. Campbell. Mills. Schwartz. Woodward, Linton. Koski. Dick. Fourth Row: Rose. Grieb. Kilgren. Getting, Harper. Cole. Hamilton, Soslowski. Replogle. Kincaide. Huntington. Walker. Borneman. Fifth Row: Frechette. Cramer. F. Miller. Lehman. Grafiis, Wintringham. Brown. C. Miller. Bruckert, Singer. Sixth Row: Oliver, Bolero. Ott. Bucklcn. Davis. Lenaburg, R. Troycr. Hawkins. Hill. Shaw. First Semester: Second Semester: David LEFEVRE President DAVID LeFevre GEORGE GROSSNICKLE. Vice-President ARTHUR GRAFFIS Florence Heisel. Secretary Florence Heisel Richard Wyatt Treasurer Richard Wyatt MARY L. OVERLEASE. Social Chairman MARY L. OVERLEASE Sponsor — Mr. Wilbur Jones The class held a party in the gym, Saturday, November 21. A play, games, and dancing furnished entertainment. The class aid ed the other Junior class in giving the Junior class play, ' ' Seven- teen. " and the Junior-Senior Prom. They gave a dance in the gym — December 18. Page Sixty-eight First Raw.- Wagner. Plank, Hoegen, Ludwig. Magnuson. Coveaugh, Neu. Taylor, Patanelli. LeFevre, Church, Borneman. Miller. Second Roiv: Eash. Huster, Troyer. Rogers. Mahan, Gru- ber. C. Schneider. F. Bonfiglio, Atkinson. R. Miller, Laggerman. Click. Bowers. Loney. Bohs. Third Roto: Pedler, Wischmeier. Murdock. H. Wenzel. Pixley. Adams. McQueen. Lampe, Sweiczer. Wilson. Schmeltz, Russell. Forbes. Miss Sackett. Fourth Row: Zeltinger. Gay, Prugh, I. Holdeman, Yoder, Jenks, Newman, Fish, Padgett, Weiler. Northam, Kerlin. E. Adams. Fifth Row. Long. Eller. L. Bonfiglio. Cummins. Webster. Warfle. Fair, Crumbaugh. Diener, Davis, Hapner, Van Harris. Sixth Roiv: Wilson. M. Fields. E. Fields. Jessup, Renner. Richmond. Mayer. Curtis. Dryer, Davidson. Billecke. Stark. Seventh Roiv: Snyder. Turlcp, Long. Emmons. Funk, Cook. Younce. Eason. Dale. Ritter. P. Wenzel. First Semester: Second Semester: Lowell Taylor President Mathew Patanelli Mathew Patanelli Vice-President Lowell Taylor Louise Neu Secretary . Eleanor Colbert Walter Coveaugh Treasurer Walter Coveaugh Dora MATTHEW Social Chairman EDWARD Pl.ANK Sponsor MlSS CAROLYN SACKETT Page Sixty nine First Row: Oaks. McLaughton, Hoffman. Bibbo, Wade, Truex, Enos, Curtis. Smythc. Stauffer, Weaver. Baker. Gosborn, Herrold, Martin. Schuler. Frederick. Koopman. Hostetler. Second Rolv: Pearson, Mast, Mitchell, Tucker, Jones. Sears. Gravender, Eddy, Dinehart, Lynch, Kemp, Emerson, Esch. Sargent, Forbregd, Kime, Keel, H. Kern. Pritchard, Fowler. Kidder. Lar- vitch, Christophel. Miller. Torok. Ward. Thtrd Row: Loomis. Bloss. Beaver. Bash. Sullivan. Cripe, Nulf, C. Levy. Smeltzer. Wolfe. Winner, Divietro, Minelli, Seely, Ister, Gehrand, Ronzone, Renaldi, Grieb, Reed, Kecne, Hatfield, Lapham, Winterhoff, Colbert, Reese, Yost. Miss Sackett. Fourth Row: Baker. Oblak. Bridenstine. Moycr. Toth. Brower. Lemon. Hutchison. Holt. Mat- thew. Stout. Kehres. Benner, DeLoe, Hartman. LaMonte. Kuhn, Erb, Allen, Bontrager. Mills, Cory. Bowers. Fifth Row: Hoke, Osborn. Scribner, Schlotterback, Mitchell. Kline, Alfred, C. Kern. Niccum. Stevens. Steele, Fisher, Sarenski. Sixth Row: Olinghouse. Wollmar, G. Brown. Bowers. Cramer. M. Miller, I.orenz. Wallam. May. Lerner. D. Levy, Kreig. Harris. Munch. Seventh Row: Kantz. Versig. Mikkelson, Williams. Fox, Harris, Warren, Jensen, Creech, Son- burg. Kunkel, Cooper. McDuffie. June Class 1933 The first project of the June Class of 19 33 was a candy sale at the Michigan City football game. They later held a jitney dance in the Gym. October 30. The June Class co-operated with the January Class of 1933 in choosing the class rings and pins, in presenting the Junior Class play, " Seventeen. " and the Junior Prom which was held in May. Page Sevenly First Ron ' : Anderson. Stark, Dunivan, Garvin. Cutshaw, Pugliese, Gates. W. Best. Mrs. Sickels, Rice, Fitzsimmorrs, Wambaugh, Torgeson. Borders. Second Roiv: Wattles. Roy. Foil . Beehlcr. Weeber, Clark. Chandler. Bolts. Butterbaugh. Havvley. Kline. Landon. Langdoc. Third Rove: Brown. Dudley. Morehouse. Lowcy. Wright. Weaver. Miller. Roberts, Stump. Hackman. Knight. Stout. Swartz. Whitney, E. Lyndall. Reed. Fourth Row: Forry. Luckenbill, Ver Beck- moos. Pipher, Zimmerman. Robbins, hnerelli, Richter. Miller. Shupcrt. Welsh. F. Smith, Tavanicr, Phillips. Berry. First Semestec : Wii i.iam Best Second Semester : lent W ' n i iam Best Raymond Rice Vice-President FrankSPugliese Secretary Richard Gates Treasurer WALTER FlTZSIMMONS Social Chairman Walter Fitzsimmons Mary Wattles Lucille Foltz Raymond Rice Sponsor — Mrs. Ada H. Sickels The class had a " Hard Times " party. Friday. November 1 3, in the Gym, and a dance. May 6. The class entered the Annual Skit Contest, winning second place. Page Seecnty-one J $ " Firs Rou. ' : McNealy. Morningstar. Mayhouscn. Deane. Proseus. Swinchart, Boycr. Hollo- way, Linder. Koski. Favorite. Barfell. Brusman. Second Ron ' : Stamp, Eaton, Forbes, Wallace, Miller. Smith, Mitchell. Biggs, Meighan. Yersig. Robinson. Harrington, Adams. Third Row: Sinon. Tobin. Frechette. Russell. Brown. Brandt, Gollmer. Lossee, Mills. Gard. Wright. Freed. Sellers. Fourth Row: Williams. McFadden. Swartzell. Weinhoft. P. Lyndall. Helfnck. Manes. Leonard. Rupe. Klingcr. Hargcsheimer. Weaver. Fifth Roic: Johnson, Goerts. Forry. Chiss, Kunkcl. Whittle. Applewhite. Miss Burns. First Semester: Second Semester: Robert Brusman President Robert Brusman Henry Sears . Vice-President Henry Forbes Ruth Manes Secretary Ruth Manes GERALDINE WlENHOFT ... Treasurer GERALDINE WlENHOFT Ernestine Brown Social Chairman Joe Sellers Sponsor — MlSS BERNITA BURNS The class had a party in the Gym on Friday, December 18. They sold candy at the Riley-Elkhart basketball game. Page Seventy-two Front: Ulnch, Brickel. Dinehart, Weaver. Reiner. Glace, Green. Mann. First Row: Thorp. Eger, Stemm, Filio, Heeter. Jones. Hubbard. Tarnecy. Watkins, Whittaker, Renaldi. Olsen. White, Holdeman, Deitch. W. Miller, Montagno. Marino. Boone. Second Row: Vollmer. Schwartz! Cleveland, Amsdcn. Rim-hart. Arklev Trmrar fmn. H.rmU n„,„„ nv,.,. ' „ c :. . m i Cleveland. Amsden. Rinehart, Ackley, Treneer, Capps, Hcrrold, Bragg, Davis. Smith. Moberg Neuman. Kline. Warner. Brown. Third Row: Grise. Groggins. Hayes. Foster. Carlson. Carlyle. Brown, Fisher. Rose. Fair. K. Cripe. Replogle. Wiley. Nicholson. Pletcher. Olsen. Troup. Ludwig. Danforth. Rutter. Ecker. Newcomb. Fisher. McHatten. Blickenstaff. Fourth Row: Brick. Haut. Grove. Martin. Butler. Aldrich. Bowlby. Simmon. Carter. Harvey. Elliott. Roy. Wright, McQueen. Helfrich, C. Hartman, Peoples. Sherwood. Johnson. Shaw. Evans. Giant. Rcasoner. Farrington. Fifth Row: Edmonds, Jenks, Montagno. Nellist, DeWitt. Casey. Monrad. Stcmbel. Fowler, Atkinson, Monschein. Price, Whybrew, Thornton, R. Brown. Sixth Row: C. Cripe. G. Hart- man. Lantz. Conner. Doke, Faust, Meisner. Grove. Clipp. Welsh. Ball, Jackson. Garrison. Seventh Row: Brown. Holtz. F. Lapara. Donahue. J. Lapara, A. Renaldi. Smithers. Sheeler. Wine. Heist. Myers, Simmons, Reims. First Semester: Second Semester: Dean Holdeman President Dean Holdeman Joseph Renaldi Vice-President Joseph Renaldi Mary Elizabeth White . Secretary Mary Elizabeth White William Deitch Treasurer William Deitch VERNA OLSEN Social Chairman . VERNA OLSEN Sponsor — Mr. William G. Moss Page Seventy-three " — f — 1 J: mm m mm tm mmimmmmm First Row: Tuligoski, Stocking, Troyer, Gilbert. Earlywinc, Gunter, J. Cole, Goron. Gold- berg, Benner. Palmer, Smeltzcr. Mast, Markcl, Spry, Edsall. Ronzone. Hart, Brody, Work, Schneck, Wagner. Witmer, A. Cole, Honcycutt, Pcmbcrton. Briggs. Second Row; M. Smith, Signs, Johnson, Scott. Barker. Gay. Stout, Geiser, Schmeltz, Gall. Gordon. Heign. Shelby, Eaton, Green, Prtigh. Oliver, Kistler. Lindstrom. Ringenbcrg, Guttcrman. Zeman, Gutowski. Shigley. Bryner. Brundage, Brandenburg. Matis, Cittadine. Essig. Mabic. Third Row: Tavanier. Kielts, Murdock. Munz. Sample. Dillon. Nine. Vance. Urmey. Johnson. Bonfiglio. Windsor. Kchres. Wenzel. Aldrich. Gans, Brown. Biddlcman. Weaver, Salsbury. Shelt. Hammond. McFall. Lynn. Miller. Endicott. Haggcrty. Briarly, Hegc. Glace. Fourth Row: Fulton, Gove. Baker, Eckert, Laidlaw. Knight, Rodegcb. M. Smith, McFarrcn. Horn, Wilson, Squier. DcFreese, Lehman, Borger, Redman. Hunn, Lampman. E. Fleming. Avery. Myers, Haeb (standing). Spade, Noffsingcr. Heeter. Longacre. Runyon. Gaskell. Sonburg. Culp. Fifth Row: Graucr. Cogan, D. J. Smith. Fisher. Stump. Rogers. Robinson. Thunander, Derr. Kidder. VanTilburg. Bruggner. Stoll, Benario. B. Fleming. Sixth Row: Hixon. Crooks. Strawscr. Ghrist, Murphy. Stocker, J. E. Smith. Hur- mence. Horner, Roosc, Fischer, M. Detwcilcr. M. J. Detweilcr, Walker. Bassett. Seventh Row: Bruns. Stewart. Wackwitz. Kline. Gulmcyer, Brickert. J. Holmes. Snellenbcrger. E. Heims, B. Heims. Doty. White. Vigh, Moore. June Class 1934 The class enjoyed dancing and games at a party held in the Gym, November 25, and a dance with the IB ' s, May 6. Page Seventy-four First Row: Jordon, Shaliol. Goard. Boone, McCartney, Eaton, Abel. Work, Kipka, Heuman, Wideman, Bowling. Wogaman, Hammond. Second Row: Chester, Converse, Fisher, Frye. Cut- shaw. Bryant, Robertson, Sevison, Odell. Marshall. Albaugh. Cleveland. Third Row: W. Snyder. Jackson. Klingler. Woodward, Wilcox. Truex, Podawiltz. Pearson. Richter. Wright. Pipher. Ulrich. Fourth Row: McWhirter. McDowell. Curtis, Cripe, Dryer, Reed, Deahl, Kline, Koontz. Hart. Holdeman, Bergman, Mosier. Richmond. Fifth Row: VanBuren. Stewart. Murray, Gianinno, Kunkel, Gull. Rupp. Eddleman. Dorrier, Smith. Sixth Row: Russo, Checcio. M. Divietro, J. Divietro. Smittendorf, Forry, Summe. Foreman, Campbell, Cone. Seventh Row: Spry, Dudnick, Marquardt. LaBelle, Jenkins. June Class 1935 President Vice-President Secretary. Treasurer Social Chairmen Richard Abel . John Curtis rosalys bucher Robert Cutshaw George Odell, Kathryn Bach Sponsor — Mr. David W. Hughes Page Seventy-Hoc BHSiHHB! First Row: Borrelli. Benner, Swinehart, Barfell, Crisafulli. Sanders, Ferro, Wilhelm, Mole- bash. Klingler, Yeager, Belt, Hufty. Truex, Wear. Tyson, Cook. Bach, Curtis. Wobler, Hatman. Smith. H. Moore. Second Row: Bucher. Hayes, Basse, Gallay, Kobelia. Pocock. Hemminger. Drummond. M. Baker, Barnes, Bonfiglio, EUer, Barron, Swank, Gillette. T. Gibson, Onkes. God- frey, Kies, Shirley, Bills, Parvis, Haden. Third Row: Bourn, Bruner, Walters, Waite, Marsh, Strine. Windsor, Rubberto. Munsil, Searer. Sive. Cunningham, Beers, B, Cole. Brusdahl, Iannerelli, Lape. Neelands, Scheiber, Harville. Farr, Armstrong, Bower. Beard. Fourth Row: Pritchard. Kantz. Scott, Hafer. Williams. Shaneyfelt, Miller, Steele, Roberto, Gleason, Hyre. Van Tilburg. D. Gibson. Blasher, Culp, Thomas. Ebersole, McMeekan. Stack. Sargent, Whin- nery, Wischmeier. Fifth Row: Van Dusen, Hosterman. Sims. Stock, Kucela, Quarandillo, Palmero, B. Martin, Marshall. R. Moore. Lauver, Patanelli. Forte. Arter. Reasoner, H. Smith, Sears, Fuller. Helvie. Sixth Row: Slough. Marjason. Rhodes, Olds. Lambo, Fisher, Horn, L. Walters, Plass. Cone, Blessing. Casselman. Wheat. N. Miller. Seventh Row: Brown, Wiltrout. Davidson. Helser, Drake. Francisco, Geiss, Hamlin, Whitely, Nicholson, Lienberg, Monrad, Claw- son, Cripe. Because of the late organization of the June 1935 Class, their activities will not begin until their Sophomore year. Page Seventy-six 4CTI ITIES First Row: 1. angle, Knight, Edwin Stack. Horwich. Colbert, Leatherman. Compton, Har- man, Edward Stack, Treneer. R. Borneman. Second Row: Charlesworth. Hixon, Curran. Myers, Hamlin, G. Borneman, Cawley. Pletcher. Kirkby. Swank. Pollard, Davidson. Third Row: Work, Miller. Rubin, Meiser, Greiner. Duckwall. Crawford, Montagno. Bessmer, Kelly. staii o Editor in-Chief JACK CAWLEY Assistant Editor IRMA LEATHERMAN Assistant Editor BETTY COMPTON Junior Assistant Editor ELEANOR COLBERT Business Manager RICHARD HARMAN Assistant Business Manager . IRVING HORWICH Junior Assistant Business Manager GEORGE BORNEMAN Advertising Manager EDWARD STACK Advertising Solicitor EDWIN STACK Advertising Solicitor GLENN MOORE Advertising Solicitor RAYMOND JARVIS Advertising Solicitor HELEN BASSETT Athletic Editor ROBERT LANGLE Junior Assistant Editor ROSS BORNEMAN Sports Writer . . MORRIS DAVIDSON Sports Writer ORLIN POLLARD Sports Writer WARD CHARLESWORTH Girls ' Athletics LOIS CRAWFORD Art Editor JOSEPHINE KNIGHT Assistant Art Editor MARGERY TREENER Faculty Advisor — MlSS DOROTHY KELLY Activities, Eleanor Lynch. Phyllis Rasp. Isabell Curran; Snapshots. Naomi Hamlin. Ova Greiner. John Hixon: Dramatics. Jeannette Rubin: Organizations. Elizabeth Perry. Marguerite Stout: Humor. Richard Duckwall, Paul Bessmer: January Will. Arlene Miller. Betty Nyce; Jan- uary Prophecies, Beatrice MacBride. Jean Tracy: January History, Alberta Rief, Annamarie Krumm: June Will. Beulah Burke, Mary Steely; June Prophecies, Mary Kirkby, June Swank; June History. Mary Montagno. Al Verta Myers: Music. James Work, Lois Meiser. Pnqa Eighty T First Roic: Farley. Holt. Duthic. Wilson. McDonald. Huggins. Frank, Keene, Russell, Best. Bassett. Weaver. Second Roic: Grains. Neu. Dunivan. Finger. Rcplogle. Rubin. Winterhoff. Yost. Grandstaff, Miss Kelly. Third Roll 1 : Lundquist. Wienhoft, Miller. Wyatt. Freed. Fourth Ron ' : H. Haines, Salsbury. C. Haines. Editorial Staff of the Pennant Weekly First Semester: Grace Huggins Kathryn Frank Doris McDonald Jean Keene Harold Wilson Frank Miller. Robert Best. Dorothy Dunivan, Eldon Lundquist Dick Freed. Ruth Holmes Margaret Holt. Pauline Farley. Harry Haines , Evelyn Yost Ruby Replogle Martha Winterhoff Marjorie Finger Hi i en Bassett . . Arthur Graffis . Dick Wyatt Edna Grandstai f Bill Russell. . Ray Duthie Raymond Jarvis . Loren Salsbury Harry Haines Martiena Weaver Second Semester Editor Doris McDonald Business Manager KATHRYN FRANK . . ,. ,. f Grace Huggins Assistant Editors j j£AN Reene Sports Editor HAROLD WILSON Frank Miller. Robert Best. Dorothy Dunivan. . Eldon Lundquist Dick Freed. Ruth Hoi mis I Margaret Holt. Marii Assistant Sports Editors Humor Fditors . . Feature Fditors Chatter Editors Exchange Fditors Advertising Manager Solicitors Assistant Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistants Thelma Hemminger. Morten B Bucher. Wendell Wright. Anna Betty Schmidt. Elizabeth Ward Thomas. Phyllis Pearson. Chloe Special News Writer REPORTERS aum. Loren Salsbury. Helen alie; Kantz. Mildred Roberts Gehrand. Harry Haines Evelyn Yost Helen Bassm i Jean Whitney Marjorie Finger Bill Russei i Louise Neu. Edna Grand- staff, Jeannette Rubin. John Hixon. Warren Emmans. William Welsh Arthur Graffis Ray Duthie Loren Salsbury Clem Haines Gaylord Wintringham Martiena Weaver Smith. Virginia Hatfield. Rosalys Martha Detweiler. Harry Ludwig. Bob Whittaker. Arietta Munch. Mary Wattles. Betty Sive. Jean Paulson. Martiena Weaver. Jean Whitney. Ray Rice. Page Eighty-one First Row: Mishler, Hunn. Patanelli, Minelli. Weiler, Nelson. Harman, Dotson, Helfrich. Sawyer. Trautman. Linder, Mr. Bullington. Second Roic: Klifoth. Myers, R. Borneman. Church. W. LeFevre. Davidson. Geyser. H. Haines. R. Holdeman. Charlesworth, Robertson. Wilson, Miller, Horn. Third Row: Jones. Holmes, Vigren, Best, Bonfiglio, G. Borneman, D. LeFevre. D. Holdeman, Cawley. Grossnickle, Shreiner, Iannerelli. righting OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Richard Nelson President Richard Nelson RICHARD HARMAN . . . Vice-President .... EMANUEL WEILER EMANUEL WEILER . . . Secretary and Treasurer ROSS BORNEMAN Gilbert Dotson. Social Chairman Harry Haines Sponsor — Mr. Roy Bullington The purposes of the Fighting Fifty Club are: 1 — To foster and promote loyalty to Elkhart High School. 2 — To assist in the creation and maintenance of good spirit. 3 — To aid in whatever way possible the school ' s activities. 4 — To advance the spirit of friendliness among the boys of the school. The Club sold Fan ' s Handbooks and ushered at basketball games. MIIIIIIIIIIIIIHJ III Pacjc Eighty-two First .Ron ' : A. Myers. E. Borgcr. Rubin. Farley, Frank. Lcatherman. Huggins. McDonald. Crawford, Colbert. Wagner. M. Lyndall, M. Hurmence. M. Ronzone. Second Row. L. Gul- meyer. Fahl. Dunn, R. Hurmence. Jones, Robertson, Holt, Hutchison, L. Stout. Kcgerreis, Jessen, B, Fleming. Haeb. Third Row. V. Myers. Plctchcr, Kidder. Compton, Trenecr, Kecne. Winter- hoff, H. Bassett, Miller. Sykcs. Stout. MacBride. Mrs. Boone. Fourth Row: E. Fleming, V. Borger, Curran. Hamlin. Rasp. J. Knight, Sears. Tucker. E. Lyndall. Moore. Olsen. E. Lynch, Tracy. Fifth Row: M. Bassett. Hunn. Rice. Steely. Holtz. Greiner. Koopman. Yost. Hatfield. Lapham. Markel. Helfrich, Emery. Garvin. First Semester Doris McDonald Grace Huggins Mary Wagner Eleanor Colbert Lois Crawford Sponsor- OFFICERS Second Semester President DORIS McDONALD Vice-President ISABEL JONES Secretary . MARGARET HUTCHISON Treasurer ELEANOR COLBERT Social Chairman MARGERY TRENEER -Mrs. Zella Lee Boone The Rah! Rah! Club was organized to support athletics. The Constitution was changed this year. The membership quota was changed from 60 girls to 5 per cent of the student body, and sisters of former Rah! Rah! girls are not to be taken in automatically. The Club sponsored a pep meeting before the South Bend Central football game. The charity work started last year was continued. The first Rah! Rah jitney dance of the year was held in the Gym January 1 5, and the annual party for the athletes was given April 23. Page Eighty-three first Row: Steed. Duckwall. N. Knight. Charlesworth. J. Knight, Treneer, E. Lynch. Pocock. Curran, Amnions. Farley. YanPatten. Second Row: Billecke. Jessen. Coleman. Wright. Hosteller. Hartman, Wyatt, Sayrc. Finger, Robertson. Gove, Krafft. Third Row: Blessing. Lcathcrman. J. Cole. Gunter. Rice, Grant. Cook. Green. T. Hemminger. M. Campbell. H. Hemminger. Fourth Row: Rasp. Lee. Reglein. McGowan. M. Cook. Tyson. Cripe. Scott. Hamilton. Zcman. Curtis. Harris. Fifth Row: Hemingway. B. Bleming, Nyce. Perry, Reed. Creech, M. Lynch, Schmidt. Paulson. E. Smith. Allen, Kreig. Fisher. Strinc. Ml OFFICERS President MARGERY TRENEER Vice-President DONALD POCOCK Secretary ELEANOR LYNCH Treasurer JOSEPHINE KNIGHT Program Chairman WARD CHARLESWORTH Sponsor Miss Eva Cole All officers were re-elected for the second semester. The purpose of the Art Club is to promote greater appreciation of art in everyday life with the art of old masters and modern art. This is promoted in the club by means of lectures given by students, teachers, and people familiar with various phases of art. The Art Club joined the Drama Club in a trip to Chicago to visit the Art Museum. April 1 6. Page Eighty-four First Row: Lehman, VanDorsten. C. Haines, Spore. Davidson, Hamlin, Bessmer. Rasp, Ammons, Curran, Charlesworth. A. Robertson. Wilson. Finger. Second Row: Miller, Duckwall. Helfrich. Wagner. Huggins. Frank. Compton. Bassett. Hemminger. Grandstaff. Meiser. Johnson, Third Row: Rubin. Farley. Stout, Crawford. Emery. Steed. Horwich. Alford. Eaton. Car- boneau. Harden. Cawley, Miss Winternitz. Fourth Row: Lynch. Nyce, Sykes, Tracy. A. Hill. Franks, G. Hill. Struble, Swank, Thompson. Stump, Lee. Kemp. Leatherman. Fifth Row: MacBride. Urquhart, McQueen. Schrock. Bateman. J. Robertson. VanNamee. White, Haines, Went, Salsbury. Sixth Row: Frecbv, Holtz, Jessen, McGowan. Reglein, VanPatten. Smith. Duthie. Seventh Row: Abel. Hart. Tiuorow. Langle, Fetters. Keyser. Krcigbaum. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ..Social Chairman Sponsor OFFICERS Paul Bessmer . . Naomi Hamlin Phyllis Rasp isabelle curran Frank Ammons Miss Winterni i These officers served bo:h semesters. The Drama Club, organized in 1924, for the purpose of creating and fur- thering an interest in drama and acting, has advanced admirably in its accom- plishments. There are now eighty-five members enrolled. The membership is limited in order to allow every member to take part in at least one play during the year. The Christmas Pageant was an overwhelming success and the attendance at the one-act plays exceeded the seating capacity. UflUUMU Page Eighty-Ki i First Row: Holt. Borncnun, Creech, Weiler, Haggerty. Murdock, Haines. Colbert. Myers. Winterhoff. Second Row: Graffis. Lapham. Perry, Goshorn. Schmidt. Paulson. Smith. Kegerreis, Shreiner, Sweitzer. Third Row: Church. Kemp. Ister. Shuler. Seely. Martin. Mays. Jensen, Vigrcn. Baum. Fourth Row: Fisher, Kirkby, Alfred, Zorninger, Meinke, Miss Burns. OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR Senior Consul JANICE HAGGERTY Junior Consul BERNARD MURDOCK Scriba HELEN CREECH Quaestor EMANUEL WEILER Harry Haines Aediles EVERETT MYERS ross bor neman Eleanor Colbert Sponsor Miss Bernita Burns The Circus Classicus is composed of Cicero and Virgil students, and it has as its purpose the formation of general " extra " knowledge of Roman customs, dress, and mythology. Meetings are held at the homes of members, Roman customs being observed and modern songs sung in Latin. The club won first place in the Annual Skit Contest. The club meets the expenses of those who enter the Latin contests in the spring. Pai c Eighty-six First Rou. ' : Edward Stack. Hostetler. Smith. Snuffer, Younce, Ncu. Horwich. Wagner. Miller. Murdock, Richter. Edwin Stack. Second Roiv: Lampe. Huff. Rubin. Goshorn. Creech, Ister. Hemmingcr. Hcrrold. Lee, Gehrand. Vigrcn. Mr. McCartney. Third Roic : Hummel. Munch. Seely. Shuler. Urquhart. Reglein. Jessen, Kegcrreis. Cook. ematies Chi First Semester Irving Horwich Louise Neu Mary Wagner Russell White Josephine Stauffer. OFFICERS Second Semester President LOUISE NEU Vice-President . MARGARET SHULER Secretary ... .... HELEN CREECH Treasurer .... RUSSELL WHITE Social Chairman . . . RONALD YOUNCE Sponsor — MR. J. E. MCCARTNEY The purpose of the club is to create a greater interest in mathematics. The membership is composed of students having had two or more years of mathe- matics and the scholastic average of eighty-five per cent or above. This year ' s program included talks on mathematics by club members and special speakers. ■Wi UWIllM Page Eighly-seoen ■ PI r — i 4 l l r " ' ™ lH L f -.-r-f ' r 11 8S " »a» P sfe ' k ii. Firs! Ron. ' : Frccby, Montagno, Fergison, Lynn. Hcrrold. Sayrc. Bcnner. Second Run ' : Steed, Lynch. Reploglc. Piedmont. McQueen. Edwards. Schlotterback. Thud Row: V. Niccum, Rogers. D. Niccum. Campbell, Baker. K. Kehrcs. M. Haggerty, Miss King. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Louise Fergison President Florence Freeby Florence Freeby Vice-President . Jane Herrold MARY MONTAGNO Secretary MARY MONTAGNO Ethel Lynn Treasurer Ethel Lynn Jane Herrold Social Chairman Harry Sayre HARRY SAYRE Program Chairman . . . . LOUISE FERGISON Sponsor — MlSS GLADYS KING This club was organized for the purpose of furthering an interest in Spanish. This purpose was carried out in the year ' s program by means of discussions on Spanish customs, educational system and history, by the singing of modern songs in Spanish and by playing games in Spanish. The club held a party in December at Jane Herrold ' s home. Page Eighty-eight First Row: Holmes. letters. Horwich. Cawley, Weiler, Work. Schrock. T renter, Wright. Best, Holdeman. Danforth. Riee, Peoples. Second Row: OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Jack Cawley , . President . Emanuel Weiler Irving Horwich Vice-President James Work Donald Fetters Secretary Harry Haines Emanuel Weiler Treasurer Fred Warren PAUL HOLMES . Social Chairman RUSSELL MILLER JAMES WORK . . Program Chairman PAUL COMPTON DlCK NELSON Membership Chairman JAMES DlENER LEONEL SCHROCK Initiation Chairman LEONEL SCHROCK Discussion groups, entertainments, and special speakers were on the program for the Senior Hi-Y meetings, held at noon luncheons at the " Y " each Tuesday noon. The club presented " The Path Across the Hill " in November and had an old-fashioned box social and theatre party, and a sports party. They gave an April Fool dance and also gave an outing and a picnic. May 19. at Christiana lake. Junior Hi-Y OFFICERS President DEAN HOLDEMAN Vice-President RAYMOND RlCE Treasurer ROBERT DANFORTH Secretary WILLIAM BEST Social Chairman MAURICE TRENEER All officers were re-elected for the second semester. Sponsor — Mr. W. A. JONES The Junior Hi-Y met every Thursday noon for luncheon until December, when the noon meetings were discontinued; later in the year, meetings were held in the evening. Speakers, discussions and special features were on the program. The club had a theatre party November 6. Page Eiqhty-nine Firs! Roil. ' : Grieb. Palmer. Holt. Compton. Hutchison. Colbert. Gchrand. Second Rou:: Miss Benncr. Miss Wise. Bucher, L. Smith. Miss Parks. Cassclman. Lyndall. Miss King. Miss Siner. OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR President BETTY COMPTON Vice-President MARGARET HUTCHISON Secretary ELMA LYNDALL Treasurer CATHERINE PALMER Program Chairman MARGARET HOLT Social Chairman ELEANOR COLBERT Serviced Chairman MARIE GEHRAND Publicity Chairman DOROTHY GRIEB Finance Chairman JANICE HAGGERTY Sponsors — Miss Parks, Miss Audrey Benncr. Miss Helen Wise. Miss Marie Siner. Miss Gladys King. The Club Purpose: To help a girl to discover the joy of creative living through club activi- ties: to practice the highest ideals of friendship, and to take her place as a Christian of her age should in a world today. This year ' s program included a Setting-Up Conference, an Airplane Party, a Girl Reserve- Hi-Y Snowball Dance, a Leap Year Dance, a " Pa. Ma. and Me " Banquet. Inter-City Conference and Senior Farewell. The club also did some charitv work. Freshnian Qirl Reserves First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester LOIS SMITH (J f President IMOGENE KL1NGLER ELAINE CASSELMAN ' Vice-President HARRIET WOBLER ROSALYS BUCHER Secretary-Treasurer BARBARA JANE LAKE BARBARA JANE LAKE . . Program Chairman ROSALYS BUCHER JEAN MILLER Social Chairman JEAN MILLER Page Ninety First Roic: Rubin. Dunivan. Wright. Russell. Weaver. Hurmence, Neu. Martin, Shuler Mr. Hall. Second Roiv : Troup. Wintringham. I.udwig, Jackson. Roberts. Charleswortb. Leh man. Treneer. Third Ron ' : Giant. Koopman. Haggerty, Klinger. Mayer. Duckwall. Amnions. Forum Club OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester William Russell President . George Borneman George Borneman Vice-President Arthur Graffis MARTIENA WEAVER Secretary MARGARET SHULER Wendell Wright ... . Treasurer Wendell Wright Arthur Graffis . Social Chairman Harry Ludwig RUTH HURMENCE . Program Chairman RUTH HURMENCE 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. In February, the club had a party at the home of Helen Sears. am Page Ninctq-one First Row: Koski, Giant, Thompson. Pletcher, Greiner. Beofitz, Holtz, Heiscl. Fosdick. M. M. Miller, Steed. Spade. Beissel. Second Row: Grieb. Kilgren. McGowan. Dotson. Hitt, Frick, Gray, Marino, Stuntebeck, Moore, Bash. L. Ronzone, Miss Kirkland. Third Row: Rogers. V. Niccum, McClintock. Ambiehl. Secberger, Davis. Brower. Roberts, Montagno. Horvath. Rich. Books, Sullivan. Fourth Row: Berry. Bontrager. Swank. Brown. Toth. Strauser, Dodge. Lock- mondv. Stewart. Miller. Piedmont. Rinaldi. OFFICERS President DOROTHY HOLTZ Vice-President FLORENCE HEISEL Secretary , OVA GREINER Treasurer ANNA BEOFITZ Social Chairman .... ARLENE MILLER Program Chairman. MARY HORVATH Club Reporter RUTH BEISEL Club Reporter JAYNE McGow ' AN Sponsor MlSS HELEN KlRKLAND 1 hese officers served both semesters The purpose of the Commercial Club is to increase interest in the business world, to become familiar with modern progressive business methods, thus rais- ing and maintaining a high standard of efficiency among commercial students. The club enjoyed a St. Patrick ' s Day Party. March 17, which was a supper meeting held in the school cafeteria, followed by a program and social time. MS Page Ninety-two Clarinets; Dale Gcrstcr. Wilma Rice. Lois Meiser. Alfred Long. Mel Webster. Geraldinc Sullivan. Anna Whitelv, Catherine Palmer. Marjorie Benner. Jane Olds. Mary Keggeris. Arlene Koebernick, Ernestine Brown. Doris Fetterly. Melba Tookcr. Emery Davis. William Deitch. Helen Smith. Mary F. Bowser. Vera Minscr. William Stewart. ores and Piccolos: James Oliver. Helen Sears. Miriam Brusman. Lenore Avery. Oboes: Charles Kellogg. Robert Brusman. Bacs Clarinets: Donald Fetters. Maxine Davis. Alto Clarinets: Paul Van Tine. Robert Wiley, Saxophones : Jeannette Rubin, Doris Kchres. Josephine Conway. Clarice Spore, Albert Klingler, Horns: Mildred Kendig. Margaret Hutchison. Grace Ivins. Dorothy Lynn. Robert Monrad. Trumpets and Cornets: George Brown. Robert Foltz. Gerald Whitnack. Fern Deal. A. C. Wisch- meier. George Borncman. Annamarie Krumm. Lois Stout. Baritones: Wilbur Wilson. Richard Jackson. Dalton Roberts. Trombones: Paul Crumbaugh. Ralph Churchill, Jack Cook. Frances Tbunander. Eloise Robinson. Carl Funk. Cecil Zimmerman Basses Gerald McHatton. Walter Wolschlager. Robert Holtz. Nick Yargo. Robert Miller. Bassoons: Marion Helm. Rex McHat- ton. Drums: Wayne Stutsman, Ethel Lynn, Harmon Vollmar. Tympani : William Ludwig Director: Mr, J, C, Cheney. The school band, under the direction of Mr. Cheney, presented the fifth an- nual concert on December 6. 1931. in the High School Auditorium. It was a program of unusual merit and was enthusiastically received. During the football season the band made regular appearances and elicited much comment on their snappy marching. On March 1 , the band began a series of half-hour programs which were broadcast each Tuesday from 12:30 to 1 : 00 o ' clock over WJAK. The District Band. Orchestra, and Solo Contests were held on April 16th at Fort Wayne. The State Contest was held at Evansville on May 6th and 7th. The Music Department sponsored two concerts during the year. The first was presented by a band under the direction of Bohumir Kryl. The other was presented by the Carlton College Symphonic Band under the direction of J. Gil- lette, March 3 1. Page Ninety-three ume First Violin: Lois Crawford. Concert Mistress: Kenneth Good. Assistant Concert Master Lois Smith, Jane Dinehart. Grace lvins. Richard Harman. Mary Walmer. Genevieve Hart. Sophie Gutowski: Thelma Pocock, Robert Kendig. Paul Barfell. Margaret Clawson. Second Violin: James Work. N.uiinc Brodv. Jean Monrad. Jack Finnegan. Russell Krider. Martha Sears. Dorine Niccum. Ruth Cripe. Aileen Kobiela. Paul Eaton. Ethel Hitt, llene Work. Mona Pcmberton. Helen Kern. Viola: Rudolph Smole. Jack Heist. Mary Hoover. Pearl Struhle. Paul Huff. Ned Pipher. Gladvs Ritchart. Cello: Elwood Hcmund. Janice Haggerty. Ruth Holmes. Dorothy Pritchard. Jane Herrold. Jean Ehersole. Taura Webb. Bass Violin: Lois Meiser. James Robert- son. Theodore Billecke. Arthur Graffis. Eleanor Proseus. Jean Thomas. Kenneth Meiser. Thella Fuller. Marjorie Hagerty. Flute: James Oliver. Helen Sears. 06o ?: William Stewart. Charles Kellogg. Clarinet: Dale Gerster. Wilma Rice. Evelyn Truex. Lucille Walter. Bassoon: Marion Helm. Howard Eaton. French Horn: Margaret Hutchison. Mildred Kendig. Robert Monrad, Dorothy Lvnn. Trumpet: Joe Lehman. Annamarie Krumm. Robert Foltz. Trombone: Paul Crumbaugh. Ralph Churchill. Carl Funk. Tuba: Walter Wolshlager. Piano: Elinor Smith. Percussion . Dalton Roberts. Serita Lorenz. Richard Abel. Sherman Woodward. Robert Horner. Robert James, Director: David W. Hughes. This year marked the beginning of regular radio programs by the Music De- partment. The Orchestra gave programs over WJAK each Friday morning dur- ing the second semester. Every other Friday the Symphony Orchestra broadcast and each alternate Friday the String Ensemble, small Orchestra. Violin En- semble. String Sextet, and the various other groups of orchestral instruments went on the air. These groups also played for organizations throughout the city and made a few trips outside the city. The Symphony Orchestra gave fall and spring concerts. Soloists accom- panied by the orchestra were Lois Crawford. Richard Abel. Elinor Smith, and Paul Crumbaugh. In the 1931 National Contest at Cleveland the String Sextet, composed of Lois Crawford, first violin. Marjory Hemund. second violin. Kenneth Good, third violin. Lewis Heist, viola. Elwood Hemund. cello, and Ray Pannabecker. bass violin, took first place. Marvin Burnstine. Elwood Hemund, Lewis Heist went to the Solo Contest at Cleveland, and Alvin Borders. Paul Crumbaugh played in the Solo Contest at Tulsa. In May. 1932. eleven solo members of the orchestra took first and second places in the State Contest at Evansville. Paae Ninety-four imniiinr First Row: Shuler, Weiler. Dunivan. Second Row: Vin[ringb.im. Ludwig, Hurmcnce. Russell. Mr. Hall AFFIRMATIVE TEAM: Dorothy Dunivan Emanuel Weiler Margaret Shuler Gaylord Wintringham, Alternate NEGATIVE TEAM: Harry Ludwig Ruth Hurmence Bill Russell Gaylord Wintringham. Alternate Coach: Mr. Wilbur Hall Debate Sqviad The Debate Squad won the Conference this year, closing the season with five victories and one loss. The teams were awarded a wall plaque on which is engraved, " Elkhart High School Debate Teams. District Champions. " Emanuel Weiler and Ruth Hurmence were the only two members left from last year ' s group. The squad entered the Zone contest which was held at Peru, in April. HMiiiinmni Page Ninety -Hoc m ue BOYS ' GLEE CLUB Edward Adams, Jimmie Adams. Paul Bessmer, Kenneth Boone. Kenneth Cripe. John Cur- tis. Donald Fetter. Everett Hawkins. Claude M. Hostetler. Paul Huff, Harold Hummel, George Huntington, Robert Langle, Harvey Mann. Glenn Olsen. John Prugh, Clair Rcplogle. Ralph Keyser, Loren Salsbury. Wayne Trautman. Kenneth Ulery, Wendell Wright. Gaylord Wintring- ham, Ronald Younce. GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB Margaret Allen. Dora Baker. Marian Baker. Mary B. Baker. Juanita Benner. Rosalind Bickart. Vivian Bontrager. Violet Booth, Treva Brown, Rosalys Bucher, Marguerite Campbell, Jeanettc Cole. Madelon Cooper, Marian Cripc. Vida Culp, Opal Doty, Dororhy Drummond, Marjorie Finger. Edna Grandstaff. Katherine Hapner. Helen Hart. Geraldine Haworth. Thelma Hemmingcr, Devota Hyre. Josephine Knight, Faye Kreig. Eleanor Lynch. Peggy Lyndall. Evelyn McDuffie. Rachel Merkling. Mervanna Miller. Wanda Mercer. Mildred Noffsinger. Verna Olsen. Doris Paige. Hulda Priem. Vera Ploss. Mildred Reglein. Anne Robertson. Jesse Rogers. Neva Rogers. Jeannette Rubin. Mae Sargent. Evelyn Smythe. Juanita Spade, Marguerite Stout, Sarah Soslowsky. Marie Swank. Theda Swinehart. Alma Tyson, Edna Urquhart, Eda Vance, Helen Vigh, Georgia Wiltrout. Dramatics Department The following one-act plays were given during the semester: " THE HAND OF SIVA " A tragedy which takes place in a French-Hindu army camp. " The Hand of Siva " is branded upon the arm of the spy. alias a young officer, finally causing his capture and death. " SUBMERGED " A character sketch portraying the thoughts and actions ol various men when death is near. The scene takes place in a sunken submarine. " HOW WE APPROACH CHRISTMAS " On December 17, an annual Christmas performance entitled " How We Approach Christ- mas. " was presented by the Drama Club. " THE BRINK OF SILENCE " The story is of an Antarctic explorer who refuses to return to Englan d and admit failure. Page Ninety-six 5 Tletcher f obes- G wley clib-poae . Thorns ftmoncj " Roses ' . Page Ninety-eight Tiruns and Kline. raded Summer Lowe Pds inqthe piqskir Vesk Tta m ! It ' s an ill wind. Buildinq the Bleachers. Bicycle Boulevard... Page Ninety-nine Pagt ---- Hundred age One Hundred One Page One Hundred He follows his fkfhers footstep. (y| j, irk ;„ here Pa e One Hundred Three 5outh Bend Game Nov 2 A N D A C Pane One Hundred Four Debaters Feb.19 jCfe O A N D A C Page One Hundred Five ? S imbonne t Qirl ' } } — Operetta Page One . Hundred Six ■) eventeen ? » Junior Class Pac e One Hundred Seven ' Teg 0 ' M Hearts—Senior Class Play vti-lltms C. C. Boonf Director of Athletics Football. Truck John Longfellow Basketball Catherine Wolf Tennis Pmie One Hundred Pleven SQUAD First Row: Dotson. Jones. McFall, Hunn, Johnson, Minelli, W. Slabaugh, Beaver, Moore. R. Borneman. Patanelli. Second Row: Myers. Fribley. Wenzel, Weaver. Weiler. Trainman. H, Slabaugh. Lindcr. Rittcr. Horn. Ingram. Culp. Thud Ron ' : Grubcr. Nicholson. Grove, Gross- nieklc. Burke. Smithers. Olscn. D. Ball. D. LeFevre, Martin, Sweitzer, Richter, Kelly. Fourth Row: Hooper, Walker. Church. Dulhie. Huntington. Sellers. Simmons. Davidson. Bowers. Holtz. Jackson, Geiser. Hostctler. Fifth Row: Zakraisek. Rhodes, Plank. Hapner. Yoder. Padgett. Rose. Jenks. C. Miller. F. Miller. W. LeFevre. Davis. Rowe. Renncr. Top Row: Coaches Boone, Moss, Longfellow. (graduating Seniors The Elkhart Blue Avalanche had a very successful season in the fall of 1931. Elkhart won eight games, tied one. and lost one. The Avalanche was second in the Conference, losing to South Bend Central in the championship game. Many of the first team were seniors, and those who were lost by graduation left places that will be hard to fill. Tony Minelli, fullback, and Whit Sla- baugh. guard, were co-captains of the team and they were coaches in spring prac- tice just concluded. Moore. McFall. and Dotson were other seniors lost off the line. In the back-field Hunn. the quarter-back, and Johnson, a half-back, were lost from the first eleven. There were many seniors who played on the other teams and those who won letters are: Myers. Trautman. Horn. Weiler. H. Sla- baugh. Linder. Nicholson. Olsen. Richter. This spring a large squad worked out under Coach Moss. Slabaugh. and Minelli. The practices were held to acquaint the players with the new rules, of which the re were a great many made during the winter, and to get the boys in condition after a lazy winter. Another reason for the intensive practice was that a pre-season game was being arranged for next fall. A game was held at the end of the practice with Rowe shining the most brilliantly of the stars from 1931. The spring squad looked good and will be winning a number of games next fall. mini Page One Hundred Fifteen HUM COACH BOONE AND THE FOOTBALL CAPTAINS Left to Right: Co-Captain Whitney Slabaugh. Coach Boone, Co-Captain Tony Minelli ft t «jpK3S CHEER LEADERS Left to Right: O ' Dell. Charlesworth. Trc-necr. Marshall lll IIIIHHIHIIIIIIIIIItf Page One Hundred Sixteen FIRST TEAM First Row: Dotson, Jones. McFall. Moore, W. Slabaugh, R. Borneman, Patanclli. Second Row: Johnson, Hnnn, Coach Boone, Minelli, Reaver. SECOND TEAM First Row: Myers, Fribley, Wenzel, Ritter, Horn, Gruber, Culp. Second Row: Trautman, H. Slabaugh, Burke. Linder. Page One Hundred Seventeen in AVALANCHE WINS EIGHT GAMES Riders Hold Tn The Roosf the Booner Saturday, v{ season. 7, the Avala intricate d plays and the first q.u ing ab " -:. aer Boonemen 6-6 Deadlock -n Riders held 6 tie last game of the ans caught ■ guard with iple reverse ter part of d their pass- vn via the SH selves aurins SI! r! HHrTS,ue back in the third quarter and be- gan a march that the Riders were unable to stop. A long pass from Beaver to Myers advanced the ball to the 5 yard line and Johnson went over for the touchdown. The team then began tr -J L nore like the eleven we fo ' £ the five pre- vious weeks eked off to the 18 yard !o gain and fit ' s 8 yard v Wil- nnd o Krupa of Minelli win, line. The Hunn punt line whe.r liamp kif ' I T3 yards for clipping7 " iJut they made it first and ten in three attempts. Hunn punted to Roosevelt ' s 41, but ,in six plays the visitors had pushed the ball over for a touchdown. The try for ex Roosevelt Rospond who slippt their 38 y made a fi vanced to backfield I the ball ended witf ' v possession W, Rospond turned the had failed and Rospo; to Rowe velt ' s 24 j to Johnsoi line, but t no good b yards bac 1 mage. Ro downs on and the r e again, all hy de- hen uc l oatnes on the Avalanche schedule. We can rest assured that the team will fight until the last second of play if you students will give them the neces- sary support by being at Foreman field tomorrow, yelling for all your worth. SHORTS The Boonemen have scored in the last half for three consecutive games. This score spelled the de- feat of Riley and Mishawaka and caused the P idlock in the Roosevelt ga v. ; " -. Laporte alfjj honored sir teams out have succe ' hart goal li der at this, tistics show i scored 3° 12. ., ■■ ' t should feel he only two .ntered who ing the Elk- ild not won- ince the sta- valanche has eir opponents ELKHART WINS EIGHT OUT OF TEN GAMES Avalanche of 11 encounters is were some . Roosevelt ' k to a 6 to 6 ed by South rence stand- i only to the n. saw r. " tion MTUftl ill. old- Cues, leave places ry hard to fill, and Whitney S!a- mtains on the 19, " ,1 ..■■in hnd th honor on the all-Ffntp Miller of In- Patanelli re- on the fi ' - ? i ,uard on the i Hunn re- iion among team. m tackle to " ay- nr- ue JSS, acfcle h hon- state. John d was to be f the e arne. proved to b° erienced at e develoDed lis position, the other HH and fine , x " " ' e ' i{ ' ev of a much com- ackfe berth Glenn Frib- time. nd and Dot- •evsr, Gillie r play kept so that be tie much of i. ickfield was ith a new v practically Page One Hundred Eighteen ELKHART 7-0 OVER MISHAWAKA vn of the day. thrilling as V. eks ago but ' •x that had cleats. The Minelli on k for point ame ended art. 1 until Locals Upset Maroons In Last Half Rally Last Saturday Mishawaka suffer- ed its first conference defeat when the Elkhart Avalanche came through in the final mini " s of the came to score the only The game wa the Riley com lacked the i stood out at touchdown - a line piling p was too low with the scot Mishaw little bac ' j bee inief ' spirited Avalanche rally ka was in the shadow of the Elkhart goal posts nearly all the first quar- ter but lacked th °r to pierce the Blue dr-fens Firs Lattimer ldc the Elkhart 33 I failed to gain ! Mestach who 1 hart 35. Lattii through the Hm next play its owr was pic vancetl to the ElkhaTTTTTard mar- ker. Lattimer and Rogers forced their way to the four yard line but were held for to Mestach wl hart 15 yard again ad vane the goal but bejel for dmv Mestach but i first play who on the Elkha quarter was changes of pu tach with ne vantage. Sec Rowe mad( Beaver made pass. Mishav lanche fumb Elkhart 30. j again exchar made a first another first ! ver added 1 j and Mestach and the hall . Elkhart ' s po; ' n and Hunn o was injured ' to leave the le two first . recovered a ? Mishawaka lanche fail punted to in the pit game. L downs and caveman l 48 yard lii After s = and an j e kic w 1U1 punt which went outside Mishawakn 5 yard line, plunged over for the touchdown but Trautman missed the kick for the point. Score: Elkhart «. Mishawaka 0. Mishawaka kicked off to Patanel- li on the Elkhart 24 yard line. After several off sides penalties on Elk- hart, Hunn got off a nice punt which rolled out on the Elkhart 40 yard line. Hunn intercepted a Mishawa- ka pass and punted to the Misha- waka 30 as the game ended. LIXEUP Elkhart (6) Mishawaka (0) Patanelli L Nicolini Borneman : Slabaugh V. Slabaugl j Moore SPORT SHORTS SHORTS Rain or shine — rough, tough or otherwise, the Boonemen take them as they come. The tougher they come the harder they fall. We are all proud of you. gang. t TS At the !» on was hitting fhe man -» s- , week, he will soon be c£j kfield man. He was ;i] : jp " " fc several yards through ,ff " iSI • " ■ ' ■ was right at the bottc|H I pile while on : the defend - jf Mes- », " f-k ' s ■ 1l nt} worried, but maybe the Maroons had something to worry about, too. " 1RTS man, Slabaugh. McFall Jones Dotson Hunn Rowe Trautr . Minelli Good Hosier Harrington Kyle lluyveart Mestach Lattimer " toners - schi Patane McFall :, to stop backfiel ably the men ' s d were right there of the Cavemen and were prob- n for the Cave- rs igan City paper the Mishawaka- h game ' 1 along with • not the Booneman gave them last year. By • ' •o wov thw Ftrnins are one Of the yet to .yard line. „- i ! Page One Hundred Nineteen GOSHEN DEFEATED 27-6 GOSHEN G Before a crowd of Avalanche raide.i fin skins ' reserve with their was 26 to 7 ing of Rnv Mi Belli, sir with a to made the downs. Elkh on the T! of the s»-i I lie -■ ti 1 hart goal tor ■ down. The ex on a pass from At the start Elkhart made t their own live a pass ami a k back to tht li JH The secoi ' the ball on The preliiui dose now march for Tony Miuell v ith a 40 Bowfr line ball on ii it made their in three plays. touchdown on Goshen resort rest of the q aSIe to perie hart defense. After Goshi any ground d i ' cond half, E of the ball 01 marker. By and helped h alty. Elkhart sition. John; for the touch( was good. The last l minated with over for the s Elkhart ' s ss fourth quartei tral. 0. Th Coach Boot team in thi kicked off to punted after gain. Centra hut the Aval ponents to pu she ra p. Sod. of th ■•• o fir AME I 000. the Blue i Goshen Red- came home una] score field consist- ibnson. and ■ing honors ece. Hnnn j tfter touch- their attack! a beginning through ■r th. it ■1-1 Elk s only touch nt was made ■ to Getz. first quarter t downs from Goshen by iiu Elkhart i . ' d line. ted with ard linc j Sa came to a { started its Jr touchdown. drive •»nter. oal R! Th " T " " out in victOTj Wildcats toi 17 yard pasl In the last brought the came. A p: scored the The ' sho rj ME igam came ? the Riley 7 to 0. A r to Rowe the same wn of the ) Patanelli. ■ r , a D y ■»t«t. inetr own terrttoJj As It rlid most of the season, rain fell in torreuts throughout most of the game. Hnnn. Rowe. Trautman. and Mineili made up the backfield. There was much punt- ing during tho gamp. Although this was Riley ' s first year of conference competition they proved that they could make any game interesting. The Elkhart line, which was the best we have ' - ' or some time, withstood rev acks by the Riley backfi LAPORTE GAME The Avalanche won an easy vie :orv over the r " rorte Sllcers whe u 5 ;■ aTG line, Etk- second touchdown, Hnnn made the a run around end. ! to passes for the] •.rter. .but were un- : PL The vie again turn the eas;. .ME Avalanche ither foe in the N. I. H -;. A.. niakim F in a row for Elkhart. Tllt . ms from Ply- are under Bennett :ug with t of the Ava the first Blue ' s goi made thn I ered Bird ' s for a toucl Johnsor l.aiv t) made during i tanelli ' s touch after Elkhart Slicer 1 j ard 1 were complet- ed 14 to 0. The s cond second quar plete passe for a tone ki. ' Johnson team liur made the fo V ayn hart r ton ti tg of Chuck t game, end h o 6 in favot Sllcers wen ) cross th i 1 . Patanelli ' en he recov- yards I own had .v sl quarter. Pa and then Rowe ' i i Ivanced to th foth conversion! tiie quarter end nlayed in th two in com in 44 yard.- also drop the thin rd quarter own. cus rot SHORTS Louis Rowe. sophomore this year seems to be a ghost from formei years. He covers the length of th« field in the phantom-like manner o: Page One Hundred Twenty AVALANCHE STOPS RED DEVILS 12-6 Open Conference Season With Win Over Slicers , ?che crushed fast game ' ast Satur- The boys, ast have first op- en ' s goal Elkhart ' s Blue the Laporte S) - of football at J day by a sco- - ' under Chuck j the distinctio ponent to cros this year. Fatanelli coC when he b defens and othf, for ij? Tag scored Laportes ' touchdown in the closing minutes of the game. First Quarter Hunn kicked off to Miller who re- turned to the Laporte 30 yard line. After a shor f „ " - gain Patanelli h Bird ' s fum- I to score. A Hi; counted Elkhart 7, ff to Laporte of punts, the • the Slicers ' ed over and extra 0. broke throu ble and ru pass, Hun the extra Laporte 0. | Again HI] and after a Avalanche ad 1 yard line. R Trautman V point, s g The o. midfieV- i Secona Quarter The Slicers recovered an Elkhart fumble on the local ' s 45 yard line. After failing to gain, Laporte punt- ed. Elkhart " - ■ - . ■ 35 yard line his seconds downs. Twc ver went in pass Beave; third Touer for the extr; Score: Elkh The third with Laport exchange ol, line plays th to the 4 y around end down. The Score: Elkl rest of the pied by sh ' very little f F The seco game but v spirited Slic was sent in ■ • ' • ' ■ SPOB Howdy- again, anc this week short. Is everyb ' should b Blue sea, th MORTsT " Elkhart seems to have cultivated a habit of defeating unbeaten teams. Saturday we meet Riley of South Bend, another team that ' has not been beaten. It promises to be a real ball game. Prediction by Maurie Davidson: " Cooler weather, snappier football, and score 13 — in favor of Elk- hart " SHORTS Seen around the field-house: Hunn yelling for a " Student Rep, " Trautman demanding who took his shoes, two EI? . ids busily put- ting chewinv £g their fingers. MICHIGAN CITY GAME . The Michigan Cry Red Devils ' attenrpt to spoil the record of the Elkhart Blue a--- ' niche was stop- ped by a see- of the Aval Rowe on ried the b Elkhart " second i One of tl specifies ti crossed by contrastng wide. Alst have paddi any way Hence, s v th otball rules must be lines of a st an inch must not king that in a football. and on to 6 in favor Itime he car- yards for own. The after Pata- punt. The r aiul John caught the yards to the fc|H||, passed rrii fast mi ' s kicks ■ • ra point - Elkhart ' s win over Michigan City left both the Avalanche and South I ' -. nd Cent ai ship of thr Wan iors forraanee City ■ ' .-, TDUS H.1K in the Eas being the last week Hi Eoi the Ieader- ce. The Blue brilliant per- the Michigan snen are uea i. these games erence games )rking strenuously dur- ing the past week. There are about 200 candidates comprised entirely of Freshmen and Sophomores who are tearing up the sandbur field just east of the tenuis courts. About half «P +1 . V rt,.o in,,n cnitc qhH are at crimma- chosen e intei- ce. )ra held cer High neons to roran. hat the School, publish p of the usual a small • Page One Hundred Twenty-one MMUU ■■m SANDBUR FOOTBALL SQUAD Rou) One: Kcllcy. Trainer: Rutter. Trainer: Kazer. Bringle. Buehler, McFall, Watson. Bevington. McDaniels, Peffley. Briggins. Hartman, Podawiltz. Reed. Stewart. Adams, Truex, Kunhel. Rote Two: Rhodes. Trainer: Pipher, Trainer: Bectold. Crofoot. Copey. Milanese. Cut- shaw, York. Martin. Russo. Deal, Wyrick, Whittleman. Brown. Heuman, Deal. Harris. Rou. ' Three: Amsden. Doll, LaDow. Foster, Blocher, Hurst. Chaffee. Frechette. Cripe, Atkinson. Reder. Goard, Pipher. Wagner Jordan, Albaugh. Virgel. Richmond. Lapara. Wilson. Row Four: Coach Longfellow. Hook. Livergood, Checcio, Swartzel. Stoner. Yoder. Munn. Elliot, Buss. Genino. Doll. Cohen. Longbreak. Dascoli, Richter. Wright. Morrow, Reynolds, Yerky, Nelson. Tuturow. Coach Boone. Rou. ' Five: Shaw. Kline. Best. Warren. Robbins, Sherwood. Monrad, Pugilese. Evans, Fisher. Pletcher. Rinaldi. Whittaker. Rinert. Grove, Holdeman. Brown. Richter. Stemn. Zakraisck, Tuturow. Roa ' Si ' .v: Newman. Reasenor. Garrison. Hartman. Herrold. Rice. Jones. Treneer. Butler. Brown. Simm ons. Nicholson. Reed. Wiley. Stiven. Fitzsimmons, Watkins. VARSITY SEASON SUMMARY Elkhart . 39 Elkhart 13 Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart 7 17 6 26 6 14 12 1 2 Monticello Fort Wayne Central ... Riley of South Bend LaPorte 6 Mishawaka Goshen ' . . 7 Roosevelt of East Chicago 6 Plymouth Michigan City 6 South Bend Central 31 Page One Hundred Twenty-two BASKETBALL SQUAD First Row. Ruttcr. Taylor, Cummins, LcFevre, Rinaldi, Speas. Kelly. Second Row: Rhodes. Stnntz. Hunn, Myers. Patanelli. Wischmeier. Ammons, Johnson. Zakraisek. Third R nc: Coach Longfellow. Culp. Weaver. Tuturow. Nicholson. Grove. Berry, Huntington. Lund- quist, Beaver. Coach Boone. SEASON SUMMARY Elkhart 26 LaGrangc 19 Elkhart 16 Mishawaka. Michigan City Goshen. Nappanee. Culver 10 Elkhart 21 ' n Elkhart 14 10 Elkhart Elkhart 8 23 13 16 15 19 26 12 23 27 18 8 Elkhart Valparaiso 1 1 Elkhart Elkhart LaPorte South Bend Central 21 14 Elkhart .Mishawaka. 15 Elkhart Plymouth. 15 Elkhart Warsaw 10 Elkhart Elkhart Winamac 15 10 Elkhart 26 Nappanee South Bend Central. Kendallville Goshen Fort Wayne Central. ' 1 Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart 13 13 14 16 15 16 Elkhart 18 16 Page One Hundred Twenty-Rvi SOUTH BEND BEATEN 15-14 BY BLAZERS SOUTH BEND CENTRAL Elkhart annexed a fast hard earn- ed thriller over the Central Bears which partly avenged the football irouneing the Bears handed the Blue. The play was fast and hard fought throughout the game and the Blazers displayed a fast game under the basket with Patanelli the main factor. Elkhart led 9-8 at the half and 10-9 at the end of the 3rd quar- ter. Central staged a rally which was not quite sufficient to make up the one nor, £ x ' n of Victory. The final Mk£Mb Elkhart 15. Central 14 • height ad- ider the bas- , i point man, e throws, was ■ { the visitors -f was con- - thing, ind Ad WJll io IV J. " Central W vantage anc , ket. Myers, with 2 goals ; matched by B who had th nee ting and ' My by making 2 " points oii ' n. je ' s foul, but this was tied by Wash on a side shot. Patanelli gave the Blazers the lead again on another free throw from Hackman ' s foul but Hackman regained it by making two points on Speas ' foul. Speas then made it 4 all when he connected on Burton ' s foul, but Hackman tipped lone in. Speas made another free throw and France made the score 5-8 as the quarter ended. France made another goal and then a free throw off Myers ' foul. Amnions connecter 1 on a long shot and then Rinr Wischmeier with Hunn Tree throw half with th Ft. Wayne. Rinaldi an long shots tc lead, but th ! and the- " , ther ba Hui„ . came in for strter, along ! is, made a mg for the n favor of each made fc chart a 12-11 -t. regained, T ackman. iiade 15. .-.ait raiiy by making a long one but this was tied by Payne ' s free throw off Patanelli ' s foul. Patanelli then sewed up the game on a fast set up shot and the rest of the quarter was spent in missing free throws. One technical foul was called on the crowd for booing, the only one since the first game. Final score: Elkhart 18. Central 16. BOX SCORE Scores ' uniors 21 Seniors 6 ' " ' reshmen 9 Sophomores 15 uniors 20 .... Freshmen 18 Seniors 12 . r$, Sophomores 17 L ' rs I I Pts. Mxley (Jun " V 35 ireher (Frtl 30 tinaldi (So t 28 . ' ■ripe (Frosh; ' 25 Jurton (Junit 24 Pet. ur ' 875 Sf " 50 Soyiiomores 2 6 .250 Freshmen 1 7 .125 Scores Freshmen 7 Sophomores 3 Juniors 16 Seniors 15 Juniors 33 Freshmen 1 Seniors 19 Sophomores 7 Leading Scorers Pts. M. Mishler (Senior) 41 Kerlin (Junior) 37 Luce (Junior) 37 Borger (Senior) 33 Scoring Leaders, A, B, and C 1 — Duthie — A League 49 2 — M. Mishler — C League 41 3— McFall— A League 40 4 — Bragg — A League 37 5 — Kerlin — C League 37 6 — Luce — C League 37 7 — Pixley — B League 35 8 — Borger — C League 33 9 — Archer — B League 30 10 — Rinaldi — B League 28 Charles Hook: Scorer and Time- keeper. E. H cessful placing fot e with 16 poini ped first placi in the 135 1 ended the s the state h : in less suffer 135 it Crown nded a suc- aturday by State meet e Linder cop- blue matmen and thereby defeated. At " his men horp m the first round ul tut ivO lb. class dur- ing an overtime battle, which he won. He was defeated in the next round but won third place. The man who defeated him won first. " Chuck " Troyer, 108 pounder, de- fea ted b ig, man in tho - fi rot i- n r, SHORTS Hi gang! I suppose you all feel the same as I do today with the Elk- hart St. Joe Valley sectional tour- ney getting under way today at the Goshen reservation. This year ' s sectional will have more teams en- tered than before, entering three tough neeboun camps. South Bend Central. Riley of South Bend and Mishawaka. SHORTS Our loyal gr - p ' groan artists won a fourth PWBRs e state meet j last week. | with four men collect (I . s and one; state cham . jf W wn in the 135 pound t " -V-jL. «t home by I the " What a £L. . Jnder. Nice? going gang: Getting A all. the Blaze- A. ,f 131 that tne-j-S -- -- £ 1 uut a bigj( 14 wins out of IS games for thei season ' s record. Maybe a lot of] teams would be satisfied with 13, f wins but not the Blazers, and now| to take the sectional by storm. SHORTS Don ' t think Ft. Wayne wasn ' t well represented last Friday nite., Nash, their big negro guard, was allj over the floor and in other words 1 was Ft. Wayne ' s " Patanelli " and if you remember he was their star half-back on last years grid team., These boys will furnish plenty of { thrills and excitement at the Ft. ! Wayne sectional. Watch them. RTS illdogs were in 1 ought home the ■onference title more blood in ,ulldogs are rat- ivorites for the t tomorrow nite -°et the Blazers heir state The N their fig] northern and wil the sectiv, ed as pi champion I think tl in tt-- Ik Long- fellow ' s basketeers went iu state and won their first game. This year the absense of " Tibby " Riblet and Frankie Parmater with the strong competition will make it tougher going. But the better they come the harder they fall. SHORTS I hear that the radio station WSBT is going to broadcast the games at the sectional. If they do all you guys who have been hit by the re- Page One Hundred Twenty-six ELKHART DEFEATED IN SECTIONAL t %■ Blazers Lose Game From Charity Game FRIDAY SCORES New Paris 20. Concord 17 Jamestown 15, Bristol 10 Middlebury 45, Jefferson 17 Riley 25, Wakarusa 20. Elkhart 43, Millersburg 16 Goshen 21, Central 19 Nappanee 24. Mishawaka 20. Elkhart vs. Millersburg Elkhart ' s Bla s A ' wned the com paratively wetj to 16 Friday er slow start held the lea« dropped in a ' ing. Then tE! caught the sco) to add their f goal, then which ala A butr entt M, ' also .uretiuut Hunn again scored. putting Elkhart ahead 13 to 4. The Blazers scored five more points to lead 18 to 9 at the half. In the third quarter the regulars pushed the score to 31 to 14, when the subs were sent in. The latter then walked through the tired Millers to end the game with a 43 to 16 lead. New Paris • Jimtown The New Paris Cubs won a hard fought victory over Jimtown at 9 o ' clock Saturday morning when they took the long endo f a 22-18 score. Jimtown threa S v lead until n burg five 43 fter a rath- ;he Millers Tunn then ,p the scor- ii the team ;r and began ' at scored a d another a goal ther the m. .. oo he -, went in wo goals his win o meet proved too 1cats in a the Poets - iut Neff, the Cub and staved off and three fr gave the Cti Nappanee in Middi Middlebury .s much for the last half rally i and 18 to ij out th ' der. T eon ,.n.ii tour f aif tnT a total of fourteen points. The rest of their points were scored on chari- ty shots. Riley ' s height failed them in this battle due to the fact that the Middles were as tall or even taller than the Poets. Elkhart - Goshen Elkhart ' s Blue Blazers were ra- ther burnt up w-hen the Redskins scalped them 13-10. They were not hitting the baskets at all as may be ed they were leading 27 to 11 and advanced to the finals to meet the Nappanee Bulldogs in the champion- ship game. jST ; Nappan ' Pans 25 The NapB dogs confer- ence and seW.J 1 ' mps ran wild Saturday aF.. th the New- Paris cubs fl t d up a 40 to 25 victory, ' i i ,ory advanced them to the fSfej iturday night. The cubs pi -ird game but the scrappy ] ■ too much for them 1 dlng c ' ub ■ L ' ies from ii. c ,. v JIr? " »-u ju „ out of 4 charity tosses. Pepple. substi- tute center for Owen was high point man for the Bulldogs with eleven points. Lehman was next, with ten points. The only time the cubs were ahead was when Krauter sank a field goal in the first minute of play. The Naps were ahead 9-6 the first quarter, 20-8 the half. 29-15 third quarter and the final score was 40- 25. SATURDAY EVENING Nap-Goshen Game Goshen started the scoring when V. Yoder sunk a foul and took the lead on three successive baskets and held it till the half. In the last half the tired Redskins faltered and the Naps forged ahead and held their lead and kept increasing it till the end. The Bulldogs were led by the flashy floor-work and shoot- ing of Fred Lopp. while Walt Yoder led Goshen. Kiuy Kins Sport ska Crash wef, a 1932 sect; Hnx came b „arae. We th old bad luck but they S ' hopes for nen our old ; the Goshen u;d given our vne Central. " it, since spoils of victory. Maybe Elkhart will have a chance to teach a lesson in sportsmanship to it ' s gtiests in the vears to come. SHORTS Now the big question is: which is the better dribbler Riblet or Lopp? We don ' t want to knock home talent, but Lopp was good. SHORTS They have finally found some use for " Bunk " William ' s vocal powers by putting them to work broadcast- ing the sectkg quereu i»y irie nfSr? .-.., m their first pnrounter by the score of 14 to 10. This marked the fourth win for Elk- ' hart the Blazers showing a well executed game to overcome the at- tact of the Indians. Amnions led A Souttr iper, several weeks agj art and Froe- ble are f • ■ good track teams th. in; but was there ever :, »t they didn ' t? " " Si rs We wan f - °ves on the blue st- ' cause the " k The ORTY. Senior Five Clinches A League Trophy The Senior interclass A team has now cinched tThe Pennant cup by winning ten games out of ten play- ed. The nearest opponent, the Jun- iors, have lost 4 games, so even if the Seniors would drop the two final games, they would still hold their lead. N - ' - " veek marks the ci - 6 when the set of 12 gamMJEt . e been com- pleted. Tip ' rank second with 6 wir " - - s. all of the latter bei» ' " by the Sen- iors. As an adc ' cement to the honor of wi he trophy cup. the leading actional time, is givep i he games. Mr " ' % s cus- toL and •sjoi -uas 8i(j oi sjajjoij jqSja pajuasajd The Seniors are captained by Ray Duthie. who seems to be adding an- other prize to his string by holding the scoring lead for all the teams, until the season is over. He is now leading his nearest competitor by six points. Father: " That young man of yours stayed very late last night. " Daughter: " Yes, dad: I was show- ing hi m my phot o album. " Paqe One Hundred Twenty-seven m McF.ill. Vigren. Pollard. Olscn. Captain Duthie, F. Miller, Taska, R. Miller. The Senior A ' s completed a twelve game schedule with an undefeated reco rd to win the Pennant Trophy for the third successive year. Not satisfied with this impressive feat they assured themselves of a place in the E. H. S. Hall of Fame by winning the Interclass Tourney. This tournament consisted of fifteen teams which had been playing interclass basketball throughout the year. After many close and exciting games the Senior A League team won the final game, 18-17. from the Senior B League team. The Juniors were victorious in both B and C Leagues. A LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Pet. Seniors 12 1.000 Juniors 7 5 .583 Sophomores 5 .416 Freshmen 12 .000 Page One Hundred Twenty-eight s y A T jCij iflliiil SQUAD First Row: Slabaugh. Zakraisck. Wilson. Parmater. Riblet. Sawyer. Proctor. Rhodes. Kellcy. Second Row: Haines. Englehardt. Davidson, Pollard. Johnson. V ' igren. Trautman. Dotson. Hunn. W ' ciler. Helfrick. Myers. Burke, Davis. Coach Boone. Third Row. Garrison. R. Best. Plank. Nellist. Cummins, Yoder. Adams. Phillips. Beaux. Hart. Patanclli. Culp. Poyscr. Fourth Row: B. Best. Welch. Weaver. Sellers. Ball, Warner, Archer, Kline. Berrv, Reed, Nicholson. Rice Field Records 100 Yd. Dash 220 Yd. Dash 440 Yd. Run 880 Yd. Run Mile Run. High Hurdles. Low Hurdles High Jump Broad Jump Pole Vault Shot Put .... 1929 1931 1931 1930 1928 1929 Mile Relay. . Half -Mile Relay 1 : 32.2 0:10 Ball. Elkhart 0:22.5 Parmater. Elkhart 0:51.4 Parmater. Elkhart 2:04.4 ... Lash Auburn. 4:39 Johnson Froebel . 0:16.2 Adeline ....Elkhart 0:26.7 Janowski Froebel 1928 5 ' 10 " . . .Gander Elkhart 1929 Z2 ' y 4 " . Jackson. Froebel 1929 IT 2-}i " . . .Wonsowic. Froebel 1929 47 ' i4 " . O ' Shea Goshen 1930 Exum Nugnis Robinson. Froebel .1928 Johnson Ronzone Sawyer Parmater Elkhart 1929 Ball 3:35.4 Page One Hundred Thirty-one 1932 Track The 1932 track squad has made a fine record up to date. The Blue and White speedsters have won three dual meets and one triangular meet in outdoor competition. Also the " Bluestreaks " placed second to Froebel team at the Con- ference meet. The first test for the trackmen was the indoor meet held at Notre Dame. At this meet Elkhart won fifth place, which isn ' t so bad considering the fact that Elkhart had only about one week ' s practice before the meet. At this meet Dave Hunn won the pole vault and was taken to the State indoor meet a week later. Here Dave covered himself, and Elkhart High with glory, by breaking the state indoor record. Hunn ' s vault of 12 feet 5 Yz inches was almost a foot higher than the previous mark. The same day of State indoor meet the " Bluestreaks " held a dual meet with the Mishawaka Maroons. The meet was very interesting, with Mishawaka coming much closer than it had in former years. The next meet was with North Side of Fort Wayne. This meet proved that Elkhart had a well-balanced squad, with power in all events. Jack Hel- frick was the best low hurdle man and also led the dash men. Barney Phillips was the first of four quarter-milers. Dotson proved to be a consistent winner in the half-mile event but he was always closely followed by Myers. In the mile run Rolland Burke usually broke the tape with Nellist and Adams close behind. Wayne Trautman won a great deal in the high sticks. In the field Hunn. Cummins, Johnson, and Patanelli were first in their respective fields, the Pole Vault, the High Jump, the Broad Jump, and the Shot Put. The next meet was on with South Bend Central in which the Blue " Thinly Clads " won a runaway meet. The fourth meet of the year was a triangular meet with Goshen and LaPorte. Elkhart, who was showing more and more power, took the meet easily, with LaPorte second and Goshen third. In the Conference meet Elkhart ran a strong second to the strong Froebel team. Elkhart won 45 points and the Gary school 75 . Weiler, Dotson, Hunn, and the mile-relay team won firsts. Second places went to Helfrick, Myers, Patanelli, Phillips, and Burke. The half-mile relay team and Traut- man won fourth places and Johnson won fifth place. Elkhart won the Sectional track meet and qualified a large number of men for the State meet. IIIHIIIIi Page One Hundred Thirty-two F. Parmater ONE-HALF MILE RELAY W. Rihlct H. Sawyer J. Hi ' lfnck MISHAWAKA MEET Elkhart showed good form in winning the opening track and field meet. Mishawaka came out second best in a score of 62 to 37. Parmater in addition to winning the 100 and 220-yard dashes won first place in the shot put with a heave of 45 -4 feet. Dotson. Riblet, Clover and Beaver were other speedsters to win first places. SOUTH BEND CENTRAL MEET The Elkhart " Bluestreaks. " again headed by " Frankie " Parmater, won the second meet of the year. This was a dual meet with the Bears of South Bend Central with Elkhart winning 80 1 3 to 28 1 3. David Hunn won the pole vault with a vault of 10 feet 9 inches. Dotson won a first and a second, and Rib let won three seconds to gain honors. FORT WAYNE MEET The meet with North Side of Fort Wayne was quite a bit closer and more interesting than the previous meets. The final score was 52 to 47. Elkhart made a grand slam in the mile with Nellist. Adams, Burke finishing first, second, and third. Hunn broke the field record in the pole vault, soaring 1 1 feet 9 inches. The one-half mile relay team won their race. TRIANGULAR MEET The locals won a triangular meet from LaPorte and Goshen with nine first places. Elkhart had 73 points. Goshen 27. and LaPorte 17. Hunn was high point man for the meet with 1 3 points and was followed by Parmater with firsts in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. The one-half mile relay team ran a great race, winning in 1 :34.8. ' , , ,• One Hundred Thirty-three G. Dotson ONE MILE RELAY W. Trainman L. Myers B. Phillips CONFERENCE MEET For the conference meet the Elkhart tracksters journeyed to Gleason Field at Gary to finish third with 39 points. Two Gary schools. Froebel and Horace Mann, captured first and second places. Parmater with first in the 100 and 220- yard dashes was the only Elkhart man to win a first place. Dotson ' s and Hunn ' s best were not enough and they placed second. Dotson in the 440-yard and 880- yard runs and Dave in the pole vault. The half-mile relay team came through with a first in the style they had been showing all year. SECTIONAL MEET In the sectional meet held at Elkhart the " Bluestreaks " streaked their way through the meet defeating all in their paths. In winning the meet from ten other surrounding schools Elkhart amassed 67 points. The meet was one of record- breaking. Parmater made new records in both the 220 and 440-yard runs and Hugh Miller broke into the record-breaking column in winning the high hurdles in 1 7 seconds flat. Miller also took a first in the high jump. STATE MEET Elkhart ' s thirteen " Thinly Clads " won enough points at the state meet to put Elkhart in fourth place. Froebel, of course, won the meet; Kokomo was second, and Technical of Indianapolis third. The " crack ' ' half-mile relay team, composed of Parmater, Riblet. Sawyer, and Helfrick, captured first place. They had accomplished this feat every meet during the year. Gilbert Dotson took first in his heat of the final half-mile event, winning with a time of 2 minutes, 2 and eight-tenths seconds. Elkhart ' s total was 7 Yz points. KALAMAZOO MEET In a post season meet held with Central of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Elkhart took eleven out of twelve first places. The final score was 86 to 23. It was an interesting comparison as both schools were fourth in their respective state meets. The Blue trackmen made grand slams in four events and Parmater added four firsts to his ever increasing point total. Page One Hundred Thirlii-four [m Hi St FM5 » ,; H » Si i r POINT WINNERS Parmater. 1 1 1 % Riblct 65 m Dotson 64 Hunn 49 Miller 34 Sawyer 27% Nellist. 24 Hclfrick 20 Clover. 1 8 Phillips. 1 7; ' 4 Wilson 14 ' Myers 12 Trautman 9} Burke 7 Adams. 6 Johnson 6 Weiler. 5 Patanelli 5 Proctor 2 Davis 1 Plank 1 Frank Parmater ended his colorful three-year career in track by breaking all records for individual scoring. He scored 1 1 1 : 5 4 points to lead the track men for the second straight year. Most of his points were won in the 100 and 220 yard dashes and the 440 yard run but he also won points in the shot put. This was Frank ' s last year and his place will be hard to fill. David Hunn. a junior, collected a total of 49 points in gaining honors in the field events. Dave was strictly a field man, winning all his points in the pole vault, high jump, and shot put. The pole vault was Hunn ' s best feat and he won the event most of the year. Hunn can be counted on for many points in the 1932 season. I ' uye One Hundred Thirty-five Athletics In Elkhart High School The Athletic Department of Elkhart High School has been playing an im- portant part in the lives of the students. The primary purpose of this division of the high school is to promote health, but the good influences fostered by con- tact with the coaches, team-play, and being kept out of evil activities are showing themselves to a great extent. Elkhart is proud of her interscholastic record but is just as proud of the growth of Intramural games. The first branch is needed for it is the stimulus of all athletics. The intramural sports make it possible for a great number of stu- dents to enjoy the benefits of clean living, quick thinking, and other features of athletics. The girls, who until lately have had a very small part, are getting a bigger chance. Elkhart ' s standing in Athletics is regarded very highly. The football team started the year with a record of eight victories, one tie. and one loss. This we consider a very fine record. Coach Longfellow ' s basketeers finished a very successful season with four- teen victories out of nineteen games played. In the Sectional Elkhart lost out to Goshen in the second round. Only four members of the squad were seniors and there is a good nucleus for future teams. The wrestling team, with Bill Moss as their leader, downed all their oppo- nents except one. The Blue grapplers won five dual meets and were fourth in the State meet. The Tennis and Golf teams, as the standard bearers of the minor sports, had very successful seasons. The Tennis team, under the coaching of Miss Wolf, defeated all opponents. The golfers, under the coaching of F. F. Sanders, won over half of their matches. The Track squad with C. C. Boone as its leader was highly successful. The Blue Streaks were third best in the Conference and finished fourth at the State meet. They won the Sectional and qualified thirteen men for the finals at Indi- anapolis. We, the seniors, wish to express our gratitude for the fine services of C. C. Boone, head coach and coach of football and track. We also want to express our appreciation of the work of Catherine Wolf. John Longfellow. William Moss, and Frank Sanders. Page One Hundred Thirty-six WRESTLING SQUAD First Row: Koontz. Hapner. Wiley. Burke. Casey, Simmons. Anderson. Second Rous: Coach Moss. Sweitzer. Taska. Rose. Olsen. Davis, G. Linder. Pugliese, T. lanerelli. Bracken. Thorp. Boone. Third Row: Gianinna, Kretchmer. Curtis. Ichen. Albaugh. Jenks, McQueen, Rinehart, J. lanerelli, Brown, McHatten. Linder. Wrestling 1932 By winning five matches and losing but one the Elkhart High School Wrest- ling team finished a splendid season under William Moss. Led by George Linder. who went undefeated through the entire year, the Blue team swept through the season being defeated only by Crane Tech of Chicago. In the Conference meet held at Elkhart, the Blue grapplers came through with third place with Thorpe. Linder and Sweitzer crowned as Conference champions. At Bloomington in the State meet, Elkhart placed fourth with Linder win- ning an individual state championship in the 135 pound class. Thorpe won third place in the 1 00 pound class, and Troyer also won a third in the 1 08 pound division. SEASON I Elkhart 7) Elkhart 40 Elkhart 17 Elkhart 29 Elkhart 20 Elkhart 46 Crane Tech 27 " i LaPorte 3 South Bend 11 Hammond 11 South Bend .... 15 LaPorte Third place in Conference Meet. Fourth place in State Meet. Page One Hundred Thirlq-nim GEORGE UNDER brought fame to him- self and Elkhart High School by win- ning the 135 pound division in the State match. George had been unde- feated and his other major victory was his Conference win. He is a senior and it will be hard to find a man to fill the place that he left. RICHARD THORPE was another Elk- hart grappler to bring fame to his Alma Mater. Dick won in the 100 pound di- vision of the Conference match. It was his second year to win the Conference title. Richard is a senior and the Blue and White will miss him. The third grappler wearing the Blue and White to win a Conference cham- pionship was Richard sweitzer. Dick won the heavyweight title. He showed a great deal of improvement over the year before, and being only a junior will have a great deal ahead of him. We wish Dick success in his senior year. Page One Hundred Fnrlg rf r W " ««t« ' h« - TENNIS SQUAD Olscn, Taylor, Jcnks. Miss Wolf. Strintz. Speas. Holdcrrun Under the fine coaching of Miss Catherine Wolf, the 19 1 tennis team fin- ished a splendid season. In winning all of their matches, the team allowed their opponents only two points throughout the season. At the N. I. H. S. C. meet at Gary the Blue netmen came through to annex the Conference championship. Austin Speas won the singles championship and Jenks and Strintz won the doubles title. There were many tough matches to be played before the victory was achieved. Five members of the N. I. H. S. C. championship squad will be available for next year. SEASON RECORD Elkhart 4 Elkhart. ... 5 Elkhart 5 Elkhart 4 Elkhart 5 South Bend Central. 1 South Bend Riley Nappanee South Bend Central. 1 Goshen Page One Hundred Forty-one Qirls ' Athletics The interest in girls ' athletics under Miss Catherine Wolf was very keen this year. There will be no picture, however, as there was no organized repre- sentative school team. Last fall the tennis team, composed of Lois Crawford. Betty Compton. Mar- gery Treneer and Wilma Podawiltz. had no games, but kept up its practice in the hopes of getting in shape for a schedule this spring. For volley-ball quite a number of girls turned out. and they were divided into four teams for a tourna- ment. The captains of the teams were: Ma ry Vigren. Doris Paige. Luella Wobler and Opal Doty. The winning team of the tournament was captained by Doris Paige. Much interest was evident in basketball this year. There were a great num- ber of girls out for the whole season and they were divided into eight teams for a basketball tourney. The captains were: Dorothy Dunivan. Virginia Briggs. Betty Bidleman. Wilma Podawiltz. Margaret Lynch. Vera Myers. Verna Olsen and Miriam Brusman. At the end of the season, the teams of Wilma Podawiltz and Virginia Briggs were tied for first place, and a game was played to decide the championship. The team led by Virginia Briggs won the playoff. The games were all very close and there were several overtime games. The teams were evenly divided as to the ability of the players, therefore the teams were on an equal basis. Everyone had an opportunity to play, as the rule is that all girls must play at least one quarter on their team. Near the end of the season, interclass teams were organized for an exciting tournament. The senior class team won. All the way through the girls showed great interest and gave splendid sup- port to Miss Wolf ' s excellent coaching. Page Onr Hundred Furtu-twi OMHHB ■ GOLF SQUAD Kr.ifl ' t. C.irlo. Fick, Rin.ildi. Cawley. Coach Sanders Qolf 1931 As this was the first year that the golf team had a regular coach, the 19 31 golf squad finished a successful season. Under the direction of Coach F. F. Sanders the squad won five out of nine matches played. The team also placed second in the Conference, with Captain Elton Krafft winning second place in the Conference meet. SEASON RECORD Elkhart 2 Culver Military Academy 13 Elkhart 3 South Bend Central. 8 Elkhart 1 2 Mishawaka . Elkhart ] 1 Cassopolis Elkhart 5 Riley of South Bend 6 Elkhart 12 Cassopolis. Elkhart 8 Riley of South Bend 4 Elkhart 5 South Bend Central. Elkhart 10 Mishawaka. 1 w. ' One Hundred Fnrlii-thrct ilfllM»IM (MEYER MORTUARY! INVALID COACH SERVICE 68— PHONE— 68 Quick Conscientious Quiet Service Walter G Meyer FUNERAL DIRECTOR Bcrniccc Kccnc Meyer, R.N., Lady Attendant 216 West High Street Elkhart. Indiana Opposite Main High School Entrance Page One Hundred Forty-seven Congratulations I The First National desires to join the other friends of the Graduates of ' 32 in ex tending felicitations upon the success- ful culmination of their High School course. They have an Alma Mater of which we all are proud. Loyalty to her precepts and proper application of her training give any young man or woman a reason- ably good start upon a career of usefulness and contentment. Any successful career necessarily involves the use of banking facilities. Those of The First National are at the service of the young people, as they have been to their fathers and grandfathers in the past. We want to help you, and we invite your inquiries upon any matter upon which our advice may be desired. ' •The Old Reliable " FIRST NATIONAL BANK Elkhart ' s Pioneer Institution Page One Hundred Forty-eight COMPLIMENTS of Buescher Band Instrument Co. C. G. Conn, Ltd. Elkhart Band Instrument Co. Leedy Mfg. Co. Pan-American Band Instrument Co. Page One Hundred Forty -nine Compliments of American Coating Mills, Inc. Minister: " Is your father at home, my boy? " Little Boy: " No, sir: he ' s just gone over to the golf club. " Minister: " What, on Sunday? " Little Boy: " Oh. don ' t take it wrong, sir. He ' s not going to play golf. he just dropped in for a few hands of poker. " — o — " Many worse things have come to pass. " sighed Miss Axby as she gazed at the junior class. City (pointing to a haystack): " What kind of a house is that ? " Country: " That ain ' t a house; that is a haystack. " City: " Say. you can ' t fool me. Hay doesn ' t grow in a lump like that. " Then there ' s the insomnia victim who was such a fervent vegetarian that he counted carrots jumping over a fence. Ad: " Are you still playing drums? " Noids: " Who could be still playing drums? " — o — Pickpocket: " That ' s a nice watch you have there, ain ' t I? " Careful. Little Ben. Burnie fingers with that hot orchestra. — o — Minister: " What becomes of little boys who use bad language while play- ing marbles? " Joe Ennght: " They grow up and become golfers. " — o — " I ' ve come with the gas bill. " " My husband is out. " " But there are his shoes. " " How thoughtless of him! He ' s gone off without them again. " — o — Helen B.: " So Bill LeFevre was the life of the party? " Nellie C: " Yeah. He was the only one who could talk louder than the radio. " MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENTS TfieWor ' L ' ftnesl Better because buitt by hand. rred by discri m ' mating and particular professional playert a 1 1 over t he world . You can play better on a Martin because of its having been built by hand. We ' ll be glad to let you try out a Martin and cordially invite you to drop in for further particulars. 50 YEAR GUARANTEE CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANGED Page One Ihtndml Fifty " st SSrsL COMPLIMENTS of ELKHART-GOSHEN MILK COUNCIL -fi»«B- Page One Hundred Fifty-one WILBUR TEMPLIN ' S STORES PIANOS and RADIOS Compliments of PETE ZELTINGER RESTAURANT CARL SCHULT " On the Corner " Clothier S. Main and Redding Ave. ELKHART, IND. Numode Slipper Shop 1 JO W. Marion St. ELKHART. 1NU. Fine Footwear Correctly Fitted N. H. Blough Friend: " What ' s your son ' s average income? " Father: " From two to two-thirty a. m. " — o — " Do you know any woman who has never been kissed? " " Nun. " " Come out of that water! Bathing ' s not allowed there. " " Pardon me. officer. I ' m not bath- ing. Fm drowning. " Eighth wonder — We know a girl who actually knows her locker num- ber. Jimmy Oliver: " I had to sell my saxophone to get home. Dad. " Dad: " Good! I am glad to see you, Jim. " Tom: " Did your uncle remember you when he made his will? " Tim: " I expect so. He left me out. " Young Wife: " Going out again? Two years ago you said that I was your whole world. " Husband: " Yes. but it ' s surprising how much geography you can learn in two years. " Landlord: " Do you have any chil- dren? " Prospective: " No, I ' m not mar- ried. " Landlord: " Do you have any pets, dogs, cats, birds? " Prospective: " No, not one, but be- fore I sign up for this place I want to tell you one thing that may disturb you. I strop my own razor. " " Have you any invisible hair nets? " " Yes, ma ' am. " " Let me see one. " And then there was the freshman who preferred blondes because he was afraid of the dark. Page One Hundred Fifty-two 1872 60 Years of Constructive Banking 1932 YOUNG PEOPLE AND THE BANK All along life ' s journey, financial matters loom ahead at every turn. Every business transac- tion is also a financial transaction and as banks are financial institutions, business and the banks are inseparable. It is extremely important that young people learn, early in life, the part that banks play in the daily affairs of life and business. We are always glad to have earnest and am- bitious young folk ask us questions regarding the functions of a bank, that we may explain to them the importance of a good banking con- nection and the many ways in which we can be of assistance to them in their struggle for success. We suggest a savings account as the first step toward financial independence. Your initial deposit may be as little as one dollar. The St. Joe has a pass book waiting for you. ST. JOSEPH VALLEY BANK " The Bank of Friendly Service " Member Federal Reserve System Page One Hundred Fifty-three A . G. ZELLE FUNERAL HOME Successors to HENRY E. STEPHENS The M ist Modern Funeral Home in Elkhart Up -to-Datc and Dignified Funeral Parlors Telephone 91 AMBULANCE LADY SERVICE EMBALMER THE GAB! GAB! CLUB Organized for discussing. arguing, quibbling, and gossiping. Contrary to precedent they gave a parly for the athletes, this spring. Page One Hundred Fifty-four COLDS HEADACHES SOUR STOMACH Just drop an ALKA -SELTZER Tablet into a glass of water. Watch it bubble up as it dis- solves — then drink it. Do this, and you will discover the best and most effective way to say " Good-bye " to COLDS, HEADACHES and SOUR STOMACH. If your trouble is severe, take two ALKA-SELTZER Tablets the first time. They are harmless. They make a pleasing, effer- vescent drink. Take a drink of ALKA-SELTZER as often as needed, and in a mighty short time you will have your Cold, Headache or Digestive troubles " on the run. " It ' s no Secret why ALKA - SELTZER gives such prompt, effective relief for everyday ailments. Everyone knows that EXCESS ACIDITY is the real cause of com- mon aches and pains. Some people call it " acidosis. " When colds and sore throat attack — when you suffer with headaches, neuralgia, and rheumatism — when you are tormented with sour stomach, acid indigestion, heartburn, gas on the stomach — it ' s a pretty sure sign you are suffer- ing from TOO MUCH ACID in your system. Get rid Of that excess acid condition and quickly your troubles vanish. That ' s exactly what ALKA-SELTZER does for you. When you drop an ALKA-SELTZER Tablet into a glass of water, it makes a perfect anti-acid drink — a bub- bling glass full of the vital alkaline salts your body needs to correct excess acid. But that ' s not all. It gives double relief. FIRST — it stops the pain and discomfort. And SECOND — it neutralizes the excess acid and removes the cause of your trouble. Only ALKA-SELTZER gives you this double relief. Don ' t fail to try it. Keep a pack- age in your home. Use it frequently to prevent everyday aches and pains, as well as relieve them. DR. MILES ' LABORATORIES ELKHART, INDIANA Page One Hundred Filty-fiv Ambulance Service Lady Attendant The Charles Walley Funeral Home 126 South Second St. Phone 626 Elkhart Indiana Mrs. Wackwitz: " Arlene, isn ' t there something burning in the kitchen? " Arlene: " Yes, mother, it ' s the cake in the oven, but I can ' t take it out, for according to the cook book it should stay in another ten minutes. " First Cheerleader: " What did the farmer say to his horses? " Second Cheerleader: " Yea, team! Let ' s go! " " Freshman? " " No. " " Soph? " " No. " " Junior, maybe? " " No. " " Senior? " " No. " " Well then, wottinell are you? ' " I ' m only a football player. " Clerk: " Unmarried? " She: " Yes .twice. " An old German woman went into the drug store and up to the clerk with the question-mark beaming upon her face, and said: " I want another boddle of dot same medicine vot mein old man got. " " Oh, yes. " politely said the clerk. " What was the name of the medicine? " " I don ' t know: he said you knew him. " " What is your name? " " Same as mine husband. " " What is your husband ' s name? " " Jacob. " " Jacob what? " " Yah. dot ' s right. " " What ' s right? " " Jacob Wott. " " I mean what is his last name? " " Wott is his last name. Jacob is his first name. Jacob Wott is his whole name. Menah Wott is my name. Wott is his name. Wott is my name. Wott is both of our names. " We Are Very Glad to Wish the 1932 Class Success and Happiness BEVENS U. S. Route No. 20 East of Elkhart Compliments of the FASHION SHOP " Leaders in Ladies ' Ready- to-Wear " All S. Main St. Page One Hundred Fifty-six m Compliments of CHICAGO TELEPHONE SUPPLY COMPANY M Page One Hundred Fifty-seven Congratulations The Calvert Coal Company " Elkhart ' s Best Coal Yard " Best Wishes for a Successful and Happy Life ELKHART Y. M. C. A. " The Place of Friendships " W 2 " . Jf jSL Baft ° W -- m; W L " " J I " Hf ATM W J WfAwHm lJJ JHJSH II IF ALL-STATE RELAY TEAM OF 1932 1 he above picture was taken .it one ol their revels at great hazard u Hixon, the photographer. Page One Hundred Fifty-eight COMPLIMENTS of Elkhart Brass Manufacturing Company ELKHART, INDIANA Page One Hundred Fifty-nine Hixons Photo Shop SPORTING 116 E. Franklin St. GOODS Elkhart. Ind. For Every Sport For All Photographic Work Outfitters for Elkhart High School •S°K Athletic Teams " The Place to Get Shot " BERMANS S °0 Sporting Goods Res. Phone Off. Phone B. E. SIVE X-1038 2688 1 29 S. Main St. Elkhart. Ind. 41 JUST ANOTHER GROUP OF POLITICIANS The above and afore mentioned people are running for the offices of Street Cleaner, Water Car- rier and Concert Master respectively. The one in the back row of the picture is leading by the grand total of margin of one-half vote. Their motto: " We Can ' t Be Beat! " Page One Hundred Sixty THE ELKHART TRUTH The Home Newspaper of Elkhart and the Elkhart Trading Area. There is a Carrier or Agent in your vicinity who will be pleased to re- ceive your subscription. North End Restaurant Where the Best Food is Served SS ° C t ' »S°3J 1 1 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET ELKHART, INDIANA Page One Hundred Sixty-one Telephone 2623 1400-1402 Princeton St. The Elkhart Ice Cream Co. Manufacturers Fancy Ice Creams and Frozen Delicacies Elkhart. Indiana You ' ll Save Money by Selecting Your GRADUATION PRESENTS at the J. Levin Jewelry Store 532 S. Main St. High Grade Merchandise at Low Prices Sum: " This big Italian fighter has to have a bed over seven feet long. " Dum: " Say — that ' s a lot of bunk. " Cleopatra (to the garbage man): " Am I late for the garbage? " Garbage Man: " No. ma ' am; jump right in. " Airplane Pasenger: " That must be a golf course down there! Look at all the bunkers. " Pilot: " Bunkers, nothing. Those are the Rocky Mountains. " Have you heard about Mike Wil- son ' s new play? It is in three scenes. 1. I seen her. 2. She seen them. 3. We seen them both. He sent it to Hol- lywood to be filmed. It was returned and Mike was broken-hearted. Some- one asked him why it didn ' t sell. He said, " They said the punctuation was wrong, and come to find out. I had two periods upside down. " Professor: " Give a definition of density. " Student: " I can ' t define it. but I can give an illustration. " Professor: " The illustration is good. Sit down. " A minister and his friend were play- ing a round of golf. The good man had played a wretched game, slicing and topping his shots, but confining his comments to such expressions as " Dear me " or " My Goodness. " Finally on a long drive he topped the ball which rolled only a few feet. His patience gave out and throwing his club on the ground he exclaimed: " That settles it! I ' m going to give it up. " " Now Doctor, " soothed his friend, " don ' t be discouraged. Don ' t give up golf. " " Golf? No. I ' m going to give up the ministry. " Pic krell ' s for Ff owers BELL 8 LONG DRUG STORE Drugs Sodas Cigars and Candy Quality-Made Ice Cream Corner Hickory and Main St. Page Onv Hundred Sixly-llOo Front t ietv, Fare Removed KEY TO NUMBERS IN ILLUSTRATION 1, 2, 3. Upper, Middle and Low- er Turbinates with corres- ponding meatus (passage) be- low each. 4. Frontal Sinuses. 5. Outlets from Frontal Sinuses. 6. Maxillary Sinuses. 7. Outlets from Maxillary Sin- uses. 8. Ethmoid Sinuses. 13. Orbital Cavities. 14. Palate. My Dcugless Methods Have Proven Very Successful In Many Cases Chiropractic Mountain Sun Calbro- Magnowave Radionics The sinuses serve to increase the total surface over which the inspired air passes for the purpose of being moistened, warmed and filtered. They also act as sounding chambers, thus aiding in the modulation of the voice. Any interference with sinus drainage causing retention of secretions leads to infection. For Information from Satisfied Patients, Phone or Write to Mrs. C. E. Evans, 812 Baldwin St., Phone 2768. Mr. D. C. Hively, Akron, Indiana. Mrs. Fred Holtz, 422 Crawford St., Phone L-3064. Mr. Arl Shemberger, 1020 W. Lexington Ave., Phone R-2061. For Consultation and Free Diagnosis Phone J-102 or Call in Person for An Appointment DR. J. H. DENLINGER DRUGLESS PHYSICIAN LADY ATTENDANT 416 ' ;. South Main St., Phone J-102, Elkhart, Ind. First Stairway South of Warner Theatre Practiced Seventeen Years in Elkhart Page One Hundred Sixty-three 7 JESEL OTHER S Elkhart ' s Shopping Center Let Ziesels Ready-to-Wear Section Outfit You for Every Summer Activity In a small Kansas town the police chief was also the local veterinarian. Late one night he received an excited phone call from a resident of his dis- trict telling him to hurry over. " In what capacity do you want me? " he asked. " Both. " the woman shrilled. " I can ' t get my bulldog ' s mouth open — and there ' s a burglar in it! " And now, ladies and gentlemen, we will hear Greta Garbo singing. " Ah, Swede Mystery of Life. " ONE ACT PLAY " Foiled again, " said the chocolate bar. He ' s so dumb that he thinks law- suits are only worn in courtrooms. Big: " Did you ever go to that tele- phone girl ' s house? " Noise: " Yes. after I ' d called at the three wrong addresses she gave me. " SAD STORY They met on the bridge at midnight. But they ' ll never meet again. For she was a westbound cow, And he was an eastbound train. Deesa guy Finder heeza stronga man. Himalaya Mountains low. — o — Downe: " I ' m writing a song. " Out: " What ' s the subject matter? " Same as first: " It doesn ' t. " The new cars are like the back seat driver. You can ' t choke them in traffic. " " My, you have pretty teeth — both of them. " Waiter: " And how did you find your steak, sir? " Customer: " Oh, I just pushed a po- tato aside and there it was. " — o — H. Hozzcnnozzel — Maker of the world ' s best worst. Page One Hundred Sixty-four At (graduation Time YOUR PHOTOGRAPH Special Rates to Graduates THE HUGHES STUDIO 423 ' ■ So. Main Phone 1906 SPORTING EQUIPMENT For Every Sport GOLF BASEBALL TENNIS FOOTBALL Turnock Hardware Co " Quality at Reasonable Cost " 1 23 S. Main St. Phone 440 Page One Hundred Sixty-five Never during nearly 30 years in business have Blessings shown such an assortment of beautiful young ladies ' footwear and snap- py young men ' s oxfords at aston- ishingly low prices. On Your Graduation Footwear We Allow You 10% Discount R A. BLESSING " Correct Fitters of Feet " POME I love the little birdies, I love to hear them chirp. But what I love the best of all. Is buckwheat cakes, and sirp. Trautman: " How ' s your potato bugs this year. ' 1 " Freed: " Oh. they ' re getting along fine. " Dentist ' s Theme Song — Be True to Your Teeth or They Will be False to You. Came the dawn — three (III) pris- oners were lined up before a cross-eyed judge. Judge ( to first prisoner ) — " What ' s your name? " Second Prisoner — " Oscar Zilch. " Judge (to prisoner No. 2) — " I was not talking to you. " Third Prisoner — " I didn ' t say any- thing. " Mr. Huggins: " Look here, Grace. I don ' t mind your sitting up late with that young man of yours, but I do ob- ject to him walking off with my morn ing papers ! " The gal I hate Is Marie McCall. She uses cosmetics In the study hall. " Did you call Mary up this morn- ing? " " Yes. but she wasn ' t down. " " Why didn ' t you call her down? " " Because she wasn ' t up. " " Then call her up now and call her down for not being down when you called her up. " Onlooker: " You don ' t make very good music with that instrument. " Wayne Stutsman: " No. I don ' t But 1 drown out a lot of bad music. " The Fishley-Brown Co. Furniture, Stoves, Rugs and Linoleum Both New and Used 1 1 1 South Main St. Phone 695 VtostonStore MW C m t «... m.J • Hmrmm Sb. " Store of Value " Featuring ENNA-JETTICK Shoes for Women SIZES WIDTHS I to 12 AAAAA to EE E Page One Hundred Sixty-six SERVICE PRESS Printers Catalogs, Folders, Booklets Stationery 1 1 7 West Lexington Ave. Phone 3 360 This Annual is a Product of Our Shop Page One Hundred Sixtu-secen Pharmanette In the Heart of Elkhart Good Things to Eat Drugs, Toiletries. Magazines. Cigars. Candies. Etc. Tyler Lacey 612 So. Main St. " Value First " CLOTHES Smith Smart Shoes Mallory Hats Wilson Bros. Haberdashery Compliments of RUSSELL The Coal Man COAL COKE Builder ' s Supplies 228 E. Jackson Blvd. Congratulations and Best Wishes HELFRICKS Clothiers And now a little song entitled — When Banana Peals Are Falling I ' ll Come Sliding Home To You. — o — Susan Gulch is going to beat this de- pression. She bought a churn and told the milkman to leave buttermilk. Personal is forgiven. Prosperity come back; al links. On the way she met a big wuff. He threatened to eat op all de oatmeal but she kicked for a first down and sprinted across the goal for a torch- dance. All the ushers in the Subway blew their noses and the meeting was adjourned by two-thirds vote of Con- gress. Moral : Never wear a red beret while riding in an Austin. They: " How did you come to fall in? " h : " I didn ' t come to fall in; I came to fish. " LITTLE HOOD RIDING RED (Ed Note: This Ancient Roman bedtime story was found on a piece of broken pottery, excavated near Umph City. Iohya. The pieces were pieced to- gether piece by piece by peaceful piece workers working at one dollar a piece.) Little Hood Riding Red set out to take a box of Grape Nuts (gravel cereal) to grandma who lived across the golf And the stately ships go on. To their haven under the hill. But I ' ve answered the problem, does x = y? And now for an Aspirin pill. Break, break, break. Let X re present the sea, And if Y would equal the number of ships. Give the number oi sailors to me. " He done me wrong. " wailed the Algebra problem. Page One Hundred Sixty-eight A Beautiful Gift for Her Graduation A LANE CEDAR CHEST The World ' s Greatest Many Designs Priced from $14.85 to $29.75 Free Moth Insurance Policy with Each Chest To the Girl Graduate. Don ' t Forget to Call for Your Free Chest. L. HELFRICH 8 SON 516-518 S. Main St. Phone 97 Page One Hundred Sixty-nine Compliments of GlmS$ mh 5o Glkhart ' s est Store Elkhart Candy Co. Wholesale Only CANDIES AND FOUN- TAIN SUPPLIES Miss Kelly: " Your work is quite your own? " Edwin Stack: " Yes, Miss Kelly. Even the spelling is my own. " Doctor (to Seaton who is feigning sick) : " There is nothing wrong with you. young man. Your pulse is as steady as clock-work. " Seaton: " Well, no wonder: you ' ve got hold of my wrist- watch. " First Roman: " Are you Titus Quin- turius? " Second Roman: " No, I just walk this way naturally. " Dick Harman: " I exercise with a dumb-bell every night. " Jack C a w 1 e y : " Who? Your brother? " " What is your ideal man? " " One who is clever enough to make money and foolish enough to spend it. " MacNicol (aftershave): " Gimme a glass of water. " Barber: " What for? " MacNicol: " I want to see if my mouth will hold water. " Any girl can be gay in a classy coupe: In a taxi they all can be jolly. But the girl worth while is the one that can smile When you ' re taking her home in a trolley. Mr. McKay: " I never smoked when I was your age. Will you be able to tell that to your son when you are my age? " Don: " Not with as straight a face as you do, Dad. " Alice could have married anybody she pleased. " " Why did she stay single then? " " Because she didn ' t please any- body. " Congratulations to All Graduates Keene ' s Klothcs and Boot Shop 323-325 S. Main St. Elkhart ' s Leading Clothing and Shoe Store We carry only quality mer- chandise at Popular Prices Page One Hundred Seventy Compliments of Superior Coal Ice Co., Inc. J. G. Schacht J. R. Parrish Geo. A. Schacht Compliments of Lloyd Bros., Inc. Eleven Home-Owned Stores and Markets A Phone in Every Store Office 600 S. Main St. Phone 257 Elkhart. Ind. Gren Beet, who enrolled in Elkhart High School in 149 2 and is just receiving his diploma with the illus- trious class of 1932. How we shall miss his dear old familiar face in the halls of E. H. S. GREN BEET Page One Hundred Seventij-one Congratulations Central Drug Compliments of GOLDBERGS 609 S. Main St. Clothiers Since 18J4 HART. SCHAFFNER » MARX CLOTHES YOUR KODAK PRINTS Deserve the best, that ' s why we use VELOX PAPER to make your prints and at no extra charge. A trial will convince you. Elkhart ' s Exclusive Kodak Photo Finishing Shop WHITNACK PHOTO SERVICE THE RAPP COMPANY Cut Price Store Ready-Made Clothing and Shoes for Men. Women and Children ELKHART 409 South Main Street INDIANA " Maurice, you mustn ' t laugh out loud in school. " Treneer: " I didn ' t mean to do it. I was smiling and the smile busted. " I cat my peas with honey. I ' ve done it all my life. It does sound kinda funny — But it keeps them on the knife. O. I. C. I ' m in a 10 der mood 2 day 8 feel poetic 2 : 4 fun I ' ll just — off a line 8 send it off 2 U. I ' m sorry you ' ve been 6 long Don ' t be disconsol 8 : But bear your ills with 42 de ft they won ' t seem so gr 8. BOYS ' FAULTS Girls ' faults are many. Boys have only two. Everything they say. And everything they do. — o — Simile: As useless as a Nine Power Treaty. " Chickens in the road cause a lot of accidents. " " But not as many as the chickens be- side the driver. " He: " Something ' s preying on my mind. " She: " It must be pretty hungry. " Girl: " Don ' t you dare kiss me! " Cop: " I ' ll arrest you for resisting an officer. " Page One Hundred Seoenty-tlOo i C fe: Compliments of Elkhart Real Estate and Housing Corporation :e C3fe: Page One Hundred Seventy -three Compliments of Clark 8 Russell THE OPERA DRUG STORE 531 South Main Street Elkhart, Indiana Better i Clothes | and Footwear jf for Dad and Lad W.J. Schult « Son 605-607 Main St. — 126 S. Second St. Compliments of Rosen Brothers TAILORS HABERDASHERS Hotel Elkhart Bldg. Phone 874 Elkhart, Indiana Famous last words— " I had to shoot her. She was always giggling. " Come. Eat With Us! Y. W. C. A. CAFETERIA 20 W. Lexington. Elkhart. Ind. " Do you like Chopin: ' " " Yes, but I get tired of walking from store to store. " Actor: " I ' ve been chatting with that reporter chap in the waiting room. I gave him a pretty glowing idea of my salary in the new production. " Agent: " That ' s not a reporter, old boy. that ' s the income tax man. " Miss Winternitz: " What is the an- swer most teachers receive? " Paul Bessemer: " I don ' t know. " Miss W. : " Correct. " Clerk (nervously): " Er — does this threatened staff reduction affect me. sir? " Boss: " No, you ' ll be gone before then. " Helen: " I ' m afraid to go into that dark room. " Walter: " But, dearest. I ' m with you. " Helen: " That ' s the trouble. " oh: oh: " Gillie ' s sure sore today. " " How come? " " He took his girl to the Spanish View lor lunch. While they were din- ing she discovered a fly in the soup. ' Waiter " she says, ' remove this in- sect ' ! " " Well? " " They threw Gillie out in the street. " Hector: " Do you believe in love at first sight? " Hetty: " Well-er. I think it saves a lot of time. " — o — Convict: " Hey, warden, this pen leaks! " — o — Judge: " And you say you were at- tacked by a crowd of hoodlums? " Latin: Hoodla, your honor. " Page One Hundred Seventy-four THE SWEDISH BELL-RINGING SOCIETY caught in an informal pose after its triumph on the night of the riot when it led the students on to the struggle, t o the stirring strains of the Alma Mammy. Let SMITH BE YOUR DRUGGIST ■ DoC33 So. Main St.. at St. Joe Compliments of Electric Hardware Company Geo. O. Bomeman Fred A. Borneman 515 South Main St. Elkhart, Ind. Spores Shoe Shop Mrs. Wm. D. Spore 109 East Franklin Street Elkhart. Indiana Compliments of J. C. PENNEY CO. 307-309 South Main Elkhart, Ind. Page One Hundred Seventy-five FOUNTAIN PENS GRADUATION GIFTS and GREETINGS TIMMINS STATIONERY COMPANY Perm: " I learned to play the clari- net in no time. " State: " Yeah, I heard you playing it yesterday, that way. " First Chauffeur: " How ' s Mrs. As- tor? " Second Chauffeur: " She ' s fine, thanks. How ' s Mrs. Vanderbilt? " Ood: " Hey, what are you doing up here? " Salty Youngster: " Robbing the crow ' s nest, sir. " First Frat Member: " There ' s a per- sonal letter for you at the house. " Second Frat Member: " What did it say? " The Slimy Soap Co., Inc. Pittsburgh. Pa. Gentlemen: Your soap is great! My mother-in-law fell on a cake of it and busted her jaw. West View Floral Company BEST FLOWERS BEST SERVICE 41 1 South Second Street Elkhart Indiana Sykes Dress Shop 224 and 226 W. High Street Elkhart, Indiana Dresses for Misses and Women Watches Diamonds KUESPERT Jeweler 514 South Main Street Gifts Repairing After the Show Ice Cream, Candy Light Lunches at the NEW OLYMPIA Page One Hundred Seoenty-six HERFF-JONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of Class Jewelry, Diplomas and Graduation Announcements Indianapolis. Indiana Manufacturers of E. H. S. Jewelry This book is cased in an S. K. Smith cover — a cover that is guar- anteed to be satisfactory and is created and Smithcrafted by an organization of craftsmen special- izing in the creation and produc- tion of good covers. Whatever your cover requirements may be, this organization can satisfy them. Send for Information and Prices to The S. K. Smith Company 213 Institute Place Chicago. Illinois Reading from top to bottom: Mike. Ike. Roob and Boob, staff artists of W.J.A.K., who are pictured leading the morning setting exercises. Duck Dickwall, the radio juggler, was ill and therefore was unable to appear in the picture. His act is a feature of the children ' s program on Saturday mornings. Page One Hundred Seventy-seven One Siamese twin to another: " You must have had a swell time last night. I look like a wreck to-day. " He: " Don ' t you think you could learn to love me? " She: " No. I always hated to study hard. " Simile: As intelligent as people who send letters to movie magazines. " Will you give me a dime for a sand- wich? " " Let ' s see the sandwich. " Coach Boone: " Englehardt, why weren ' t you out for track practice yes- terday? " Beak: " I had a date. " Coach Boone: " Had a date, did you? " Beak: " Yes, but I didn ' t break train- ing. A Miss is as good as a mile. " Mr. McCracken: " What are you late for today? " Dick Nelson: " Class, of course. " E. L. Horn: " What are you doing, sonny? Fishing? " Harry Shreiner: " Naw, drowning fish worms. " " Do you travel much in that old fliv- ver of yours? " " From coast to coast. " " Have you really gone from Maine to California in that? " " Oh. no. I mean I coast down one hill, tow it up to another, and then coast down again. " " What have you there? " " Some insect powder. " " Good heavens! You aren ' t going to commit suicide? " Early to bed and early to rise Gives your girl dates with other guys. Insist on — Sweetheart Bread and EGG NOODLES SWEETHEART BAKING CO. 625 Harrison St. Elkhart. Ind. Compliments of B. D. Houseworth Druggist 1 1 SOUTH MAIN STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 983 1 1 6 S. Second Street WM. H. DREVES Incorporated PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR ELKHART. INDIANA Page One Hundred Seventy-eight ographs Seniors ( f t L ' Page One Hundred Seuentu-nine graphs juniors Page One Hundred Eighty n ' Sophomores d3 ' ' v 4,J3 M, 2 ' if " Page One Hundred Eighty-one Autographs Freshmen Page One Hundred Eighty-two The Art Staff for the 1932 Annual Art Editor Josephine Knight Assistants Donald Pocock Elton Krafft Margery Treneer Eleanor Lynch Phyllis Rasp Nedra Knight Page One Hundred Eighty-three The last of the proofing, pasting, and checking is done. As, in unison, we heave a deep sight of relief, we realize that, without the patience of Mr. George Abel of the Service Press, the aid of Mr. Traxler of the Fort Wayne Typesetting Company, the interest of Miss Cole and the Art Department and the co-opera- tion of the Pontiac Engraving Company, this Annual would never have been completed. To them, and to all others who had any share in the work on this book, we offer our sincere thanks. Jack Cawley. 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