Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

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3t C LsV C r ¥ ApsLakiuJ mindsm SkNIOK ( I ASS I Kl.KHART HlC.II ScHtiO J ul 1939 fl nnant dnnuaL Editor-in-Chiel lottN I (akma.n Business Manager ■ John Williams Photographic I editor - -WALTER I.irner Sptsakdu Ua, minjcL hsupcUidinq ctaAAQA Classes are what most students have come to school lor. I hey prepare a boy or girl for tne problems each will lace at college or in life. Still more important, they lit some for a life occupation in which every per- s on is dependent. It is in these classes that a Friendly relation starts between the students themselves, and also between the pupil and instructor. It is the Know- ledge we obtain in a classroom that enables us to live together, and carry on beneficial relations with one another. Without the gracious learning taught us by scholars this would be a dead place in which to live. funioi i.lli cis talk over prom plans. iunioi i lass sponsors— M Mr. Smith. " sfctai " - 1 r- " T , ■ ■i-r |i. w tt 4r fcvu SfieakA. iibu mind. hsujahdinq sxiha- avudadcUL actwitiQA. This type o! work or recreation, depending on the peo- ple taking part, is in the daily program of most high schools. Extra-curricular activity not only takes the time of students, hut of many faculty members as well. To many young men and women, it is this activ- ity which helps break the monotony which may come if one spends all his energy in the classroom. 1 hen again, many students expend more time and energy on the outside activities than they do on school work. It is generally believed that extra-curricular work is essential to a modern, progressing high school, and acts as an educating factor just as the classroom does. Many worthwhile projects are sponsored by these clubs which benefit the community as well as the school. Our organizations are a vital part ol our vv i .nid Stark, w lio help run I ( ( iir I I i-m i vfS ili ' n-s • i.il in. illcr eller and 1 1 winning football m hsiqahdinq. aJthldticA. T his phase of extra-curricular builds up the body more than the mind. So important and influential is it to the school, that it creates an interest all about the com- munity. The clean sportsmanship and keen competi- tion sports offer, throw a challenge to every boy and girl; those who meet the requirements of such a chal- lenge have gained something no classroom, unfortun- ately, can give. Much expensive ecp ipment and expert instructing are used in sports, so they should be appre- ciated by all students. Elkhart has been fortunate in the attitude taken by spectators. Students have given their full support to every sport: these not only benelit those participating, but also give much enjoyment and knowledge, too. I around valuable athlete in basketbal Ward I lamlin. ,jjt In It ii I (i n gf el li.JI C ii.ii Ii. ,hhI l ilc Inn i lilrtii Sp aktu itA. minxL oil JthiL faculty. They re swell— most of tliem. Some of tliem carry the matter of discipline a little too far. and some of tliem don t seem to nave kept up witn us and the times, but on the whole they re okay. I wish we could get better acquainted with the faculty members. They seem so nice when you get to know them. I wish they were all interested in us personally; when you feel that a teacher thinks of you as an individual and cares what happens to you, you feel very dillerent ab out her, or him. Some teachers expect too much; some, not enough. If you realize that after all. the teachers are here for a purpose, and that we are here for a purpose, you feel different about their assignments and the lessons. I wish all the teachers were as informal and friendly as many of them are. I like for teachers to speak to me. and to feel they re interested in all of us. ' All of our teachers seem to know their subjects; most ol them make these subjects interesting. " Our faculty seems to have the spirit of cooperation. We get the impression that they all work together willingly and cheerfully on school activities. As you think about the faculty, almost every member is busy with some share ol our school life and they all seem to be doing these things gladly, as well as efficiently. Page Ten John W. Holdeman has jeen a capable principal ol Elkhart High for the past nineteen years. During this time, he has been respons- ible lor many outstanding events which have brought fame and fortune to the high school and city. A good principal is essential to a smooth, well-organized high school, and for many years Mr. Holdeman has filled that position satisfactorily. J. F. Wiley Superintendent oj the City Scliools BOARD OF EDUCATION President Fred Lundquist Socn ' tary Alfred E. Smith Treasurer L. F. Swihart, M.D. Page Eleven Left: Miss Molly Zavatsky and Miss Nadine Harris, office clerks Lower Left: Molly sends out the third hour announce- menU, ., regular daily event. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Right: Miss CI Robinson, Mr. Danie Eggleston, Mr. Mi Glendening. Mi Helen KirUand, M Marie Siner. BIOLOGY Extr erne Left Mr. Norval Adams, Miss Esth r Bandow. CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS Belt w.Mr. V ergil Likin s. Miss Stella Catn cart, Mr. h anC. Gill. - -yjj- — — )( A IK i l DEPARTME.YI Mr Wm. H. H ton. Mecli. Drawing; Mr. Harold Wise, Woodwork; Mr. E. T Organ. Head of tr Voc. Dept.iMr.Jann A. Foster, Auto Sho| Mr. C. P. W Irnl Electricity; Mr. B. Williams. Mad, Shop: Mr. Curl A, Left: Mrs. Zora E. Pat- ton, and a member of her foods ,1a-. checlf a laid get hook. vV o v- V 9? ting. »» .JU- Moreover. f J e to us in itve maters s. o be i u a f ' e a , " I ' cige Eiglihvn courses, ana have less- cotnm ' etcial course n ng (,. ; e " ' u voc ; :7 V- ' ' .,;::? ' ;- ■ " -::-;- ' • ' ,.,„ Page Nineteen President Jonn Williams Vice-President Ruth Ludwig Secretary Pauline Mishler When the January Class of 39 stepped into the swift-moving high school current, the following offi- cers were elected: President. Walter Lemer; vice- president, Joanne Kimble; secretary. Doris Brewer; treasurer. John Williams, and social chairman, Harold Stolt. Mrs. Ada Sickels was chosen as the sponsor. A (lass party was held February 17, 1956. in the cafeteria. Bob Styverson s orchestra furnished the music . At a meeting of the second semester sophomores, Waller Pernor was re-elected president: Ruth Pud- win was elected vice-president; James Myers, secre- tary; John Williams, treasurer: and Joanne Watson, social chairman. A candy sale at the Elkharl-Sturgis game raised the financial standard of the class. In February, 1957, John Williams became presi- dent; Winifred Glase, vice-president; Ruth Ludiwig. secretary; Enid Whitmyer. treasurer; and Ward Hamlin, social c hairman. Industrious Junior sales- men really showed their stuff, when they sold candy and ice cream at the Elkhart-Goshen game. 1 he Sophomore Pennant was published April 16. 1937. A " Hill Billy " parly held May " . 1937, in the cafe- teria proved to be a big success. To finish the junior year John Williams held his Former position, while Rulh Luawig became vice- president; Bob Gilbert, secretary; Pauline Mishler, Page Twenty Ir, rer B.,1, Gilbert (Center) Mrs Ada Sickels, sponsor ol lli. lanuan Class Hamlin, social chairman. Mem I pin committee Irom this class treasurer; and Wai hers of the ring ai were: John Williams. Winifred Glase, Walter Ler- ner, Joanne Kimble, and Donald Woldy. A candy sale w.is held at the Elkhart-Riley game. January 19, 1938, a joint party with the First-half Juniors was given. After becoming dignified seniors (ahem), John Williams was again elected president: Winifred Glase. vice-president; Enid Whitmyer, secretary: I lowdy Everett, treasurer: and Ward Hamlin, social chairman. Gene Hileman s orchestra played for the paupers at the Pauper party February 19. 1938. Budding newspaper men and women were given a chance, when the Junior Pennant was published March II, 1938. The Junior play. Neic Fires, was given the same night. The high light of the year, the Junior Senior Prom, was on the evening of May 28, 1938. at the South Shore Inn. Pake Wawasee. The Following officers were elected as the January ( lass of 39 came into the home stretch: President. John Williams: vice-president, Rulh Luawig; secre- tary. Pauline Mishler: treasurer. Bob Gilbert: social chairman. Ward Hamlin. The class party was held December 10. 1958. Thai eventful day, Senior Day. finally came January 12, 1959. Every senior wore the class flowers, yellow roses and violets. Our Senior Play was presented on May 12. 1959. Presidenl lohn Harniai Vice Presidenl losephine Sean Secretarj Imogene Keen, Because they were much too busy learning about nigh school as Freshmen, the members ol the June Class of ' 39 met on October 3. IU57 to choose these sophomore leaders: John Harman. president; Gerald Rans. vice-president; Josephine Sears, secretary; Donald Langle, treasurer: and Rae Weaver, social chairman. Miss Winternitz was chosen as the (lass sponsor to guide the activities of the class until gradu ation. I lie student officers remained in charge for the entire sophomore year. Our lirsl lass parl w.is held in the cafeteria on November 17, l ( )37. ( )n April 16. 1958, we invaded the Pen nant office In put out our Sophomore edition. During the week ol April 23. a candy sale in the halls added quite a bil lo the class treasury. Class members stuffed hay- seeds in their ears and pulled on their high top boots for the " Hill Billy party wnich was held on M,i 7th. Back again, tanned and healthy from summer vaca- tion, we met in the hill ol IN In elect as i lass ollicers: John Harman, president: Josephine Sears. it ■ presi- dent; Ann Finnell. secretary; Donald Langle. treas urer; and Rae Weaver, social chairman. At ibis lime John Harman. Jean MacDonald, Jim Simons. Ann Finnell, and Belly Custer were named for the Ring and Pin Committee. Not long aftei this we sold ( andy .il the Elkhart-Riley ioolball game, in earn monej foi the treasury. rreasurer Donald I gle (( enter) Miss Louise Winternitz, sponsor of the June Class When last-hall Juniors we elected the following officers: President, John Harman; vice-president, Josephine Sears; secretary. Tom Elliott; treasurer, Donald Langle; and social chairman. Glenn Mast. All the paupers in our class attended the " Paupers " party in the cafeteria February 19, 1938. I he Junior I )av came on March I Ith. On that day we published I lie Pennant and almost burnt the house down when we gave the play. New Fires. The much-looked-for- ward-to Junior-Senior Prom was held May 28, 1938. ,il the Soiilli Shore Inn, Lake Wawasee. A Colon- ial theme was carried out in the decorations, names nl dailies, and even in the menu. Karl Weick ' s or- i hestra furnished the music . Inlin Harman was again elected presidenl in the I, ill ol 5 is. I lie other ollicers were: Josephine Sears. ic e president; Ray Winer. secretary; Donald Langle. treasurer: Rae Shake and Glenn Mast, six ial ■ hairmen. I he Annual stall was ( hosen early in Sep- tember. We combined with the January seniors in having a ( hristmas party December 10, 1938. I o Finish our senior year the following ollit ers were elected; President, Fonn Harman; vice president, losephine Sears; secretary, Imogene Keene; treasurer, Donald Langle; social chairmen, Rae Shake and ( ilenn Mast. I hat ( rirl I ' alsv was our senior play, which was given on Mas 12. Page T, Abbott, Lillian M. (Art Course) Art Club ' 35, ' 36. ' 37, ' 38; French Club ' 37. ' 38; Prog. Ch. ' 38. Amnions, Betty (College Prep) App, Kenneth (College Prep) Hi-Y ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Fighting 9; Glee Club ' 35. ' 36, ' 37; Vice-pres. ' 37; Operetta " Mikado " ; Sand- bur football ' 35. ' 36; Inter- class basketball ' 35. ' 36, ' 37; Varsity track ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. Bailey, Richard (General) Art Club; Cross Country ' 37; Track ' 38. Beaver, Edward (Industrial) Camera Club ' 38, ' 39; Chess Club ' 38. Beckwith, Maxine (General) Girl Res. What s this, Freddie carrying Jim s books!! . . . Fawcett really has a rac| et . . . Flash!!! Howdy and serious mood . . . T stroll . . . W ' oKK At least someone Winternitz seems lime holding on 1c studious students: Miss Cunningha grind . . . H; Biddlecome, Betty Lou Blessing, Robert .1) (General) •TV37, ' 38;Girl Band ' 35, 36, ' 37, ' 38 ' , T6. ' 37. ' 38; i£ . P ennant Burk, Dorothy (College Prep) Glee Club ' 36. ' 37. ' 38 Comer. Jeanne E. (Home Economics) Rah! Rah! ' 35. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38; Recorder ' 38; Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 36; Art Club ' 39; Pen- nant Weekly ' 37. Depew, Mary Jean (General) Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Rah! Rah! ' 36, ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Spanish Club ' 37; Prog. Ch. ' 37; Pennant Annual; Glee Club ' 36. ' 37. ' 38. ' 39; " Tune In " ' 38; " Mikado " ' 36. Dick, Wilmett Eckhart, Berdine (Commercial) (Home Economics) Rah! Rah! ' 36. ' 37, ' 38;Girl Glee Club ' 35; Girl Rese: Reserves ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. ' 39. ' 35. ' 36. Elliott. Howard (General) Hi-Y ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, Pres. ' 38; Fighting 50 ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Latin Club ' 37; Varsity Football ' 56. ' 37, ' 38. Cap- tain ' 38; Varsity Basketball Fawcett, Dick (General) Hi-Y ' 36. ' 37, ' 38; Forum Club ' 38; Band ' 35, ' 36; Baggage Boy ' 37; Junior Class Play; Pennant Annual; Tennis Squad ' 35. ' 36; Var- sity Tennis ' 37, ' 38; Inter- class Basketball ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Sandbur Football ' 35. Fisher, Frank G. (Industrial) Fisher, Kathryn R. (Home Economics) Fisher, Lucille C. (Commercial) Gilbert. Bob (General) Hi-Y ' 35, ' 36. ' 37, ' 38; So- cial Ch ' 38;Fighting 50 ' 36, - Treas. ' 38; Class Sec. ' 36; Class Treas. ' 38; Sandbur Football ' 35. ' 36. Page Tu.nl. I " o CO U1 in m r% i JflRUflRV 5 € n I R CLASS Of 1939 Page Twenty fo Glasc, Winifred (General) rl Re; Grove, Ruth J 8 39; Se l 1, ' 38; Prog. Ch. ' 3 Rah! Rah! ' 36, ' 37, ' Sec. ' 38; Debate " 38 Pennant Weekly ' 37, ' 38; Jr. Class Play " New Fires " ; Forum Club ' 38, ' 39; Prog. Ch. ' 38; Sec. ' 38; Vice Prcs. of Class ' 38. Haines, Mariellen Hamlin, Ward (Industrial) ,1 Res I; Span h Club ' 37, Fighting 10 ' 36. ' 37, ' 37; Pres. ' 58; Soc. Ch. ' 37. ' 38; Basketball ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Sandbur foot- ball ' 35. ' 36. Hammon, Wendell (Industrial) Intcrclass bnsketball ' 35. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Football ' 36, ' 37. Hatfield, William (Industrial) Hill. Mary Wilbur, Dean Keller, Frances (Commercial) (General) K i mmercial) Rah! Rah! ' 38. ' 39; Girl Ri - rves ' 35. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Art Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Operetta " Tunc In " ; Pennant Annual. Camera Club ' 38; For- um Club ' 39. Kenaga, Maxine Kimble, Joanne (I ollegi Prep) jtfglB3i»l».R h! ' 35, Woldy, Donald i ( i liege P, H,-Y ' 35, Latin Club ' 37, ' 38 Art (lib ' 36, ' 37, ' 38 Glee Club l i bate ' 38; Am!,. : Pennant Weekly ' 36, 7, 18; lr. Class Plav " New Fires " ; Tennis 18 IVnnant Annual Dr; I lit S, Cla Play " That Girl Patsy " Lerner, Walter (( ollege Prep) Hi-Y ' 57. ' 38, Fighting i ' Camera Club ' 36, I s. of class Annual - IV 36; Pennai Photographer Football ' 36; Intercl Basketball ' -35, Si ( lass Play Girl Patsy. " [•ha London, Jack (Industrial) Interclass Baskctb Ludwig. Ruth E. (Colleg. Prep) Rah! Rah! ' 35, " .6. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Class Vice ' 38: ' 39; Sec. ' 56; Latin Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Acdil. Tuas ' 38; Pennant An- nual; Art Club ' 37, ' 38, 19; Pr. I li 18; I iirl Reserves " .5, ' 36, " ' 7. 19; 2nd Vice Prcs. Krueger, Donavie O. (General) App, last but not I nree gals trudging Beeson lie Winers have the i It V Marling, Betty (Commercial) Martin, Dean (Industrial M. rtin, Shirley L. Mathis, Bette Mathis, Paul Matis, George May, Raymond Miller, Emma (G neral) (Commercial) 1 Indiistri.,11 (Industrial) (Industrial) (Commerce Gir Reserves ' 37, ' 38 Rah! Rah! ' 38, Reserves ' 36, - B ... Bi . i. i 1 ind and orch i6, Baseball ' 37. Fighting 50 ' 35, 37; H,-Y ' 35, Football ' 35; Track 5 6. 16 Page Twenty-five Mishler, Pauline Rah! Rah! ' 37, G.rl Res rves ' 39; Treas. of Sec. of class ' 31 Morehouse. Phyllis (Commercial) Muir, LaVerne L. (College Prep) R.,1, ' Rah! ' 36, " . - 59; Girl R i ' 37; Spanish Club ' 36, ' 37; Glee Club ' 35 ' 36; Pen nant Annual. Myers, James (College Prep) Latin Club ' 37, ' 38 H V ( I., 5 37; I ighting 50 ' 37, ' 39; Interclass basketball • - Sandbur football ' 36, ' 37; Varsity Tennis Nankivell, Myrtle (General) ' 56; Orch. ' 38. ' 39; Girl Reserve. Olds. Jack (Coll. i Ortell. Albert (General) Hi-Y ' 35, ■:, Interclass basketball ' 55, Fighting l 7 I itii Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity football ' 36, ' 57. ' 38; In- terclass basketball ' 35, ' 3ft. i7, ' 38; Basketball Mgr ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Pennant Weekly ' 36, " 7: Pennant Annual; Sr. Class Play " That ( oil Patsy. " Someone seems lo be getting raked Swig gets around very we Ludwig, SprouII, and Hill more education . . . So en App? . Don t No jay-walkm. A i andid camera si on to your hat, Miss three science teacher Packer. Beverley A. (Commercial) Glee Club ' 5 5, ' 36; Girl Reserves 15 ' 37, 18 I Class Play " New Fires " Went. Delmar (General) Rutledge. Edna May Sh (G til rail Girl Reserves • ' 37 I tin Club Spanish Club ' 37. ' 38; So- nant Weekly ' 37 cial Ch. ' 37. ' 38; G. A. A. Country ' 36. ' 37; Interclass ' 37, ' 38. Basketball ' 36, i7; Varsitj Tennis fracl Shaw. Paul (Genetal) Pen- Glee Club Smetzer. Betty Jean General ) Parker. Jayne (College Prep) Rah! Rah! ' 38, Vrl Club ' 38. ' 39; Girl Reserves Weekly ' 57. Phend. William (Industrial) class basketball ' 55. Track ' 35, I ross Coun- ' 35, ' 36, 37; Football Varsity ' 36, ' 37. Rav, Doloris (Art) Girl Reserves ' 55, Art Club 15, ' 36, Vice Pres. Rogers. Bismarck (General) Auto Mcchan.es Award ' 38. SprouII, Helen (College Prep) Girl Reserves ' 55. ' 36, ' 37, i; 1st Via I Latin Club ' 36. ' 37; Consul ' 37, ' 38; Fotum Club ' 38, ' 59; Rah! Rah! ' 55. ' 36, S9; Art Club ' 38, ' 59; Debate-Club ' 38, " 39; Tteas. ' 38, ' 39; Anthology ' 39; Pennant Weekly ' 36. 17 Page Twenty six Stealy, Roetta I Latin Clul Steimer, Mary Ann (Gem : 1) Stewart. Betty J. (General) Latin ( 1 Stewart. Georgia 25fc jflnuflRv scnioR class of 1939 it 1 J ■J r a - % 3 Swiliart, Dale (Industrial) Fighting SO ' 36. ' 37, ' 58, ' 39; Hi-Y ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Scre,cant-at- Arms ' 38; Basketball ' 36. Varsity ' 37, ' 38. 9 Capl Varsits Track ' 36, ' 57, ( .,; | Varsity Football ' 36, 17, 18; Most valuable playei i All Stat. White, Betty Ellen (General) Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Orch. ' 37, ' 38; Spanish ( lub 18; Art I I Tutorow, Geraldine Waterman. Vera L. (Commercial) (Homi Economics) Girl Reserves • Watson, Joanne Weaver, Richard Webster. Catherin (Collegs Prep) (Commercial) Ellen Student Librarian ' 35, Sandbur football ' 35; .« mercial) Club ' 35, ' 36; Int. rclass basketball ' 35. Glei ( lub ' 36, ' 3 Pennant Weeklj ' 35, 1 • i ttas; Girl R ' 36, ' 37, Ad serves 16, ' 37, 3 Mgr. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; So- Pennant Weekly ' 3 cial i h. of class ' 56; ' 37, ' 38. Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 36, • Fl •nch Achbcrger. Harold Arko, Elean I Industrial) (G Band ' 35. ' 36, ' 37; In- ., ,,!.,.. basketball ' 35. aus s little helpers [grimed seniors? Boone looks so pleasant . . Maestro Slielley Bored, kids? Bates, James E. (Collegi Prep) Fighting Vici iv Sandbui l ' i ' 1 .ill 57, ' 38; In Is Basketball ' 3ft; 2nd i. am 17, ' 38; Varsity ' ■■• .i ity track i, ' 39. Beisel, Yvonne (Commercial) Glee Club ' 36, ' 3 ' Benner. Margaret Benner, Marjorie i Home Economics) Girl Reservi Bennett, Maxinc (Coi Girl Res. rv. - Orch ' 35 Band Bergman. Richard (General) Sandbur football ' 3 Varsitj football ' 3 ' 36. In Pag, Fwent} i Best, Betty R. (Home Economics) Best, John (Collegi Pier) Fighting 50 ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. 19; Pres ' 38. ' 39; Hi-Y ' 37, 38. ' 39; Bowling Club ' 39; Pres. ' 39; Pennant Weekly ' 58. ' 39; Pennant Annual; Sandhur football it) 17; Intcrclass basketball ' 36, ' 57; Cross country Mgr. ' 39; Track Mgr. ' 38, ' 39. Bolstetter. Marie E. (General) Girl Reserves ' 39. Bratton. Phyllis (General) Art dub ' 39. Brandt, Kathleen (General) Spanish Club ' 38, I 15, ' 36, ' 38, " 39. Brick. William C. Brown. Owen L. Buchanan, Betty (Industrial) (Industrial) (General) Drawing award ' 38. Interclass basketball ' 37, Girl Reserves ' 38, ' 39 Varsity ' 38. ' 39. Orch. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Olds trying out Itis public speaking voice on a group of interested (?) list- J jf member Bushong, Charles (General) Cherry, John E. (Industrial) Theater Club ' 38, ' 39; Ten- Cone. Wayne Conway. Margaret (General) Ruth Band ' 35, ' 36, ' 57; Fmhting (General) ' -.«; Jr. Class Play Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, Sr. Class • 38 -39. Ar , Qui, , , Plaj - Wait For Me . p cnn .,nt Weekly ' 38, 39; G A A ' 35, " 36, ' 37. Copsey. Marian (Commercial) Girl Re Coscarelly. Glorinda (Commerc.al) Cripe. Donna Belle (Home i Girl Reserves ' 38. ' 39. Crist, David H. (General) Page Tnirly Crosbie, Richard J. (General) Baseball ' 38, ' 39. Crosier, Betty (College Prep) Girl Rj s. rves ' 35, " 36, ' 37, Rah! Rah! ' 36, . " . ' 38, ' 19; Sec cial Ch. ' 38; Glee Club T5. ' 36; Art Club ' 37, Pennant Weekly ' 37; Pen- nant Annual. Crussemeyer, Hele Culp. Helen E. (General) Lam Club ' 37, Vrl ' . ' -9; Debate Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsitv Team G A A. ' 35; Pen- nunt U 1 1 klj -■ ■ l ' n.int Annual. CO u-i wo U1 June s € n i o r class of 1939 PugeT .i ly 1(1 ' . Darr, Richard K. (College Prep) Custer, Betty (General) Girl Reserves ' 3?; Rah! Hi-Y Rah ' ' i7. ' 38. ' 34; La- Fighting 5 tin Club ' 37. ' 38. Glei Club ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Pen nant Annual. ' 39; Bowling Club ' 39; -rack ' 36; Varsity ' 37. 38, ' 39; Cross Country 35; Varsity ' 36. ' 37, 38, All State ' 38; I lass basketball ' 36. ' 37 38. ' 39. Davis, Bernadine (Gi neral) Art Club ' 38. ' 39; G. 38. A. A. ' 38-. Davis, Betty Jean Decker, Catherine DeFrancisco, (Commercial) (General) Nicholas Band ' 36. " 37. ' 38; Girl French Club ' 38, ' 39; (General) Reserves ' 38, 39 Orch. ' 37, ' 38. ' 39. DeGoIier, Jim (General) Debate ' 38; Intercl basketball ' 36, ' 37. Dietrich, Waneta Diley, May (Commercial) ing Detweiler, Betty I I (Gen,, all 38; Jr. Pennant Annual. Sfjjciying. Whitmyer? . .TJJBpets in t lie making! . . . I lay s SfflSfe Je irtSi iMiit work . . . The reception tee . . . I T HHTi v 1 1 i , 1 1 workers . . . Something limnyraBircl Legs? Doke. Robert (Industrial) Sandbur football Eaton, Wendell (College Pre Eggleston, Howard (General) Latin Club ' 37, Anthology Ed. Stafl |39; Cross Country ' 36, ' 37. Elliott. Jack (Industrial) Fighting 50 ' 38. ' 39; Bowling Club ' 39; Sand- Football ' 35. Van class ' 38, itv ' 37, ' 38; In Elliott, Tom Ellis. Clifton E. Emerson, Wayne Essig Dorothy Everett, Howard Everly, Robert (College Prep) (General) (Art) (Gi ii, rail (Industrial) (General) Latin Club ' 37. ' 38; Hi-Y ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Art Club ' 36, ' 37. ' 38, Pennant Weekly Bus. Spanish Club " .8 Aedile ' 38; Fighting 50 Fighting 50 ' 38, ' 39; ' 39; Band ' 35. ' 36. ' 37. Mgr. ' 37; Interclass Treas. ' 38; Vic, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Hi-Y ' 37. Interclass Track and ' 38. Basketball ' 37. 18 ' • ' 39 ' 38, ' 39; Sec. of Class Cross Country ' 36; Sandbur Football ' 35; ' 37; Sandbur Football Track Students Mm Varsity ' 36. ' 37; Base- ' 35; Varsity ' 36. ' 37, ' 37. ' 38. ' 39; Cross ball ' 38. ' 39; Track ' 37. ' 38; Interclass Basket- Country Student Mgr. ' 38; Bowling Club ' 39; ball ' 39; Track ' 38. ' 39; ' 38. ' 39. Treas. ' 39; Treas. ol Bowling Club ' 39. Class ' 38. Page Thirty ihr Fergison, Richard L. (Industrial) Finnell. Ann (College Prep) Rah! Rah! ' 57, ' 38, ' " " Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37, S8, ' 39; Prog. Ch. ' 58. ' 39; Art Club ' 37, ' 38. ' 39; Forum Club ' 38. ' 39; Writers Club ' 37, ' 38; Camera Club " .ft. Fessler, Richard F. Fetterly, Martha Few, Ted Jr. Fields, Richard (Industrial) (General) (Industrial) (Industrial) Art club 18, ' 39 Rah! Rah! ' 37. ' 38. ' 39; Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 3ft, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Vice Pres. ' 35, ' 36; Latin Club " 37, ' 38, ' 39; Art Club ' 37. ' 38. 39; Glee Club ' 35, ' 36; Pennant Weekly " -ft. ' 37, ' 38, 19; Feature Editor 18, 19 Sandbur Football ' 35, ' 36; Interclass Basketball ' 35, " .ft, ' 37; Bowling Club ' 39. Ford, Carol Fortino, Emalinc Francisco, Robert Franklin. Wilma (General) (Commercial) (Commercial) (( ommercial) Girl Reserves ' 38, ' 39; Girl Reserves ' 35. " 36, ' 37, Chorus ' 37, - J9; Pennant Weekly ' 38; Glee Club ' 35, ' 3 Reserves " 5i, ' 3 6. o of a kind! . . . Sonfl Oii!| ir asti : |liMi»it fi, M {iiB rs . . . Just a r " rMary, the artist a hurry, Ro vflP • ■ Guys ana Gals. Gaerte, Arden (Indus trial) Theater Club ' 36, ' 37. ' 39; Vice Pres. ' 36, Pres. ' 38, ' 39; Theater vice. Spotlight and A fier Operator. Garver, Anna Mae ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Geiser, Marguerite (Home Economics) Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 37, " 5S; Gepfert, Mary Ellen (General) aninno, Peter A. (General) Gordon, George Grames, Bill (Indust. Greiner, George J. Growcock, Richard H. Hackman, Paul V. (Ge al) H; leb, Dorothy (Commercial) Gn Ser CI I Ch 1 Reserves ' 35; Social vice Sec. " 35; Spanish lb ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Prog. . ' 37; Pennant Annual; Class Play " Tha Page Thirty-fa CO U1 U " l U1 w June semoR class of 1939 Jm MSt - 1 ■ ■ ji StK jM Hallman, Feme Hansborough, Hansing, Richard Harman, John R (Commercial) Willie (College Prep) (Collegi Prep) Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 36, (General) Latin Club ' 38; Sand- Orch. ' 31, ' 36; L, Hi-Y ' 35; Sandbur ur Football ' 3 6; Club Football ' 35; Varsity l " " " ' 1 ■36. •;7, Basketball 2nd team ' 35, ' 36; Varsity Harris, Marvin (General) Varsity Football Hartman, Donald (Industrial) Sandbur Football ' 36; Varsitj i7, )8; Track ck ' 35, ' 36. ' 39; Dist Hi-Y Pres, !9; Fighting SO S6; Varsity " .7 Hartraft, Mary Jane Harvey, Carolyn (Home Economics) ■ Beth 18, I Class Pres. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38, " u ; Pennant Wei klv ' 37. ' 38; Busi- ii. si Mki 1 , ' 38; Pen- Hess, Frank (College Prep) ■ Club ' 39; Inter- Basketball ' 39; Tnc Country ' 39. Holmes, Richard E. (General) Hl-Y ' .37, ' 38, ' 39; Fighting i " ' 38 Student Mer " w; He. M.i 9 Si I Li Play " Tl„,t Girl Patsj Hoover, Barbara Hosier, Eva (General) (Home Econon Rah! Rah! ' 37. ' 38, ' 39 Glei Club ' 35, ' 3 Girl Reserves ' 36. ' 37. G. A. A 37 i8 19 Art Club 19; Orch. ' 36. ' 37; Spanish t lub -u, s, c vi. Pen- nant Weekly ' 38; Pen- nant Annual. Hosterman, James Huffman, Evelyn E. Jacobs, Ralph (General) (Commer F. Ci S| 1 Sa rum Club ' 38, ' 39; mera club ' 38, ' 39; .nish Club ' 3s. ' 39; ess Club ' 38, ' 39; idbu, Football ' 35. Gl. ; Club ' 36 (Industrial) Glei Club ' 37. Track ' 38; I ross ( oun trj 18; I hi ss Club ' )9 h H Play " Ne» Johnson, Arlene (Commi rcial) 19; CI,, i |ub 16, ' SI Page I hiil seven Johnson, Irene M. Johnson, Mary Alice (Commercial) (College Prep) Girl Reserves ' 31, ' 36, ' 38, Rah! Rah! ' 37, ' 38, ' 3 ' 39; P. nn.int Annual. Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 36, ' 3 ' 38, ' 39; Latin Club ' 3 ' 38; An club ' 38, ' 3 Pennant Weekly ' 36, - Kasamis, Louis Kauffman, Jay Keene, Imogene (Collegi Pn p) (General) (College Prep) Bowling Club ' 39; Sandbu, Booster Club ' 39; Glee Rah! Rail! 37, ' 38, ' 39; Sec. Football ' 35, ' 36; „ :,. Club ' 35, ' 36; Band ' 36, ' 38; Social Ch. ' 39; G rl ' 37, ' 38; Interclas - Ba kcl ' 37, ' 58; [nterclass Basket- Reserves ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, 11 . ' 36, " .7. ' 38. ball ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Traclt 19 1 i. nch Club ' 38. ' 39; •37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsitj 1 In ss Pres ' 38, ' 59, Art Club Country ' 38, ' 39; Class Sei Pennant Weekly ' 35, ' 36, ' 57; Pennant Annual Asst. Jr. Class Play " Ni • Presidents! . . . Patriots . . . Nothing like being prepared ... A pair of candid camera shots . . . Why the devilis look, Freddie? . . . new? . . . Hi, g I iosllers in person . . eye view . . . Keene. Kielczewski, Anastasia (Commercial) Girl Ri serves ' 36, ' 57. ' 38 !9; i. A A 15, 16 li Class Play " Ne« Fires Kipka, Van R. Kish, Eva Arlen (Home Economics) Girl Reserves ' 55. ' 36, ' 57. ' 38; G. A. A. ' 35. Krogh, Bernalda (College Prep I Writers Club ' .38; Girl Re- serves ' 38, ' 39; Latin Club ' 38, ' 39; Pennant Weeklj ' 38, ' 39; Anthology ' 59. Langle, Donald (Commercial) Hi-Y ' 36, ' 57, ' 38, ' 39; Fighting 50 ' 38, ' 39; Class Treas. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, 39; Band ' 35; Orch. ' 36, ' 37; Anthology ' 38; Football Manager ' 35, ' 36; Pennant Weekly ' 37; Pennant An- nual Asst. Bus. Mgr.; Bowling Club " 39. Lichtenberger, Harold Lindley, Reid (General) (Industrial) Glee Club ' 36. ' 57, ' 58, 39; [nterclass Basketball ' 35, ' 36, ' 57, Track 16 Witmer, Margaret Evelyn (General) Glee Club ' 35. ' 37, ' 59; Social Ch. ' 39; Operetta " Spanish Custom " ; Orch. ' 35. ' 39. Lobmiller, Norma Jean Lorenz. Carrie (General) Spanish Club ' 38 Club ' 39. (College Prep) Girl Reserves ' 5s " . ' 36; Latin Club ' 38; Glee Club ' 35, ' 36. MacDonald, Jean (College Pr ep) Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Sec. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Rah! Rah! ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Art Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Sec. ' 38, ' 59; Pennant Weekly Asst. Editor ' 37, ' 58; Edi- ' 39; Latin Club ' 37, ' 38. ' 59; Aedile ' 37. McCartney, Betty (General) Band ' 35, ' 36, ' 57; C ( lub 18, ' 39; Pcnnan nual; li Class Play ' McCarty, Sue (CommciL itl ) Rah! Rah ' ' 38, ' 39; Girl McCrory, LaMar (Commercial) McDonald, Wilbur (Industrial) Orch. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. ' 3 ' Page T iirly eiglit CO in r % i L i J U n € 56 n 10 R CLASS Of 1939 Page Forty McFaddcn, Betty McFadden, Orville Mabus, Robert Magnuson. Warren Manfredi, Marlin, Kenneth (Commercial) (Industrial) (General) (General) Margaret (Industrial) Girl Reserves ' 35, ' 36, Band ' 36, ' 37. Sandbur Football ' 36; 1 ■• .:,. Basketl ill • ' 39; Cross Country ' 37, i . .. ;. ' 38 Sandbur Football ' 36; (Commercial) Vai it! !7; Int. rclass ,-, R Basketball ' 57, ' 38, " 39 " ' ' Art Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Forum Club Varsity Football ' 38; Pennant Annual. Martin, Dora Martin, Phyllis L. Martin, Ruth (Home Economics (General 1 Glee Club ' 56, ' 37, ' ' 39. 38, Latin Club 17, Camera Club ' 39; Glee Pianist ' 37. Rah! Rah! 37, t..rl Reserves ast. Gle nn E. Mast, P till lien Maure. Angie (Ge leral) ii iin» rcial) (Gi ni ral) V 39; Sec 18 Rah! Ra ,! ' 3- - 9 Girl Res rves ' 37 9; Fight ng SO 18 Girl Re 1 v, s ' 35. " .. S9; Spa rish Club ' 38 9; Sec. ' ,.;. )9 So- " -7, ' 38 - ' Art I..I ' 59. 1 Ch. of !,,- -s ' 39 ' 38, ' 39 Glee Club ' 35, arsitv Football ' 38 ' 36. 9; Varsi 7. ' 38, ' y Baske ball jgjgggtet;. Mechling. Duane S. Michals, Mary (Industrial) Frances (Commercia G A A Sp..rt I: Miller. Albert R. Mil (General) Interclass Basketball ' 36, Glee 19 Shortfellows Op, Sandbur Football " M Orch. ' 36, " -7, ' 39; Baggage Bov ' 38, i9 Thompson, Byon E. Millc (Industrial) Pen ome hair cut! . . . v . . . Locked out? • the open door ge H. Mitchell, Muriel Mcffett. Ray (Commercial) (Industrial) Girl Reserves ' 31 16, Shop Award ' 38. i G1 lub Moore. Shirley- Murray. Bill Myers, Rich.ird k;, al) (G Hi-Y ' 37 ■ II V , ' 36 17, ' 38, Fighting 50 ' • " . 38, ' ' ' ' ountry ' 35; ' 39: Glee Club ' 35, 56; Motion Pictun V. il Leader " 36, ' 37, ■ H. ad Yell Leader ' 38, 59; Ii Class Play " New Fires " ; S. i lass Play " That Girl Pats) Nanos, George I Cm ral I lni, rclass Basketball 16, [nt, rcl ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Foot- ' 36. ' 3 I Jl 15, 16, 17 Ncff. Elliott (Industrial) Basketball ' 38, 19 Vai sits Football ' 36, ' 37; Varsitv Track ' 3 ' 8, ' 39 Nelson, John (General) Forty- Neidballa, Carl (Industn.il) Sandbur Football ' 3 ' tcrclass Basketball " 35 Nolan, Justin (Industrial) Sandbur Fcotball ' 35, Interclass Basketball ' 36. Paine, George (College Pop) Latin Club ' 38; C i Hub S8, 19; ici ' 50; Orch. ' 35. ' 36; ' 37. Palmer, Robert Edward (Industrial) Sandbur Football ' 36; lu- ll, .ski tball ' 36, I?, 19; cball " 39. Palmcro, George Petriella, Mary M. (Commercial) Glee Club ' 35. ' 36. ' 38; Operettas, " M.ka " Minstrel " . Pettit, Barbara (College Prep) Orch ' 35, ' 36, " -7. ' 38 Spanish Club ' 39; Girl Re Pindell, Kathryn M. (General) Rah! Rah ' ' 38, ' 39; Girl Reserves ' 36. ' 37. - 38; Pen. nant Weekly ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Pennant Annual. Putt, Marian (Commercial) Quick, Robert Rayl, Dick (College Prep) Band ' 36; Interclass Baskc ball ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 3 Country ' 38; Trac 38, ' 39. Rosen, Albert (Industrial) Orch. ' 35, ' 36. ' 37. ' Is, Chess Club ' 38, ' 34; Vice Prcs. ' 38, ' 39; Theater Club ' 37. ' 38, ' 39. Whose hands spoiled llie picture? they come ... I inning in! help. Jean. ' ' . . . V charge of the . . . Snick ndbur Football ' 35; Inter class Basketball ' 3 5, ' 16 Varsitv ' 37. ' 38; Track ' 37 ' 38; Cross Country ' 37. ' 38 Capt. ' 38. Rowe, Mary E. (General) Girl R. serves ' 36, ' 37, ' 39; Pres. ' 36; Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39; Anthology ' 39; Ch. of Committee. Russell, Donald (Industrial) Interclass Basketball ' 36. Ronzone, Patsy (Colleg. I ' n i i Fighting 50 ' 36, ' 37, ' 39; H.Y ' 37, ' 38, Si rgeant-at ' ing Club Basketball 36, ' -7. 9 Varsity Football ' ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity 1 . ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Ryan, Eileen (Colleg. Pre] I Sailor, Josephine Salee, Doris L. Sarantos. Gloria Schcuer, Robert M. Sears, Josephine (Commercial) (Commercial) (General) (General) (General) Band ' 36, ' 37; Girl Ri si n ■s Girl Ri si rves 15, ' 36, ' 37, Sandbut Fi i tball ' 36; Inter Rah! Rah ' ' 37. ' 38, ' 39 ' 38, ' 39; Pennant Annual ' 38. ' 39; Si c. Ch 15; Gle, , la ■ Basketball ' 36, ' 37 Sergeant-at-arms ' 37; V o Club ' 36, ' 37; Rah ' Rah ' ' 38, ' 39 Pres. ' 38; Pres ' 38, ' 39;Se( ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Spanish 1 lub .1 ' !.,-■ •-, Vice Pres. ' 38 is. ' 39; Program Chairman 9; i ,nl Reserves )5, ' 36 ' 39; Art Club ' 38, ' 39; ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; See ' 35, ' 36 Pennant Weekly .7. ' is. So. li 18, ' 39; Ait Clul i B ■ Mgi 18, i9; S, " .7, ' 5s. 9; Si . S8; ici Class Play " That Girl Pri - 19; Pi i nt Wei klj Patsy " . ' 36. ' 37. ' 38; Assl Edit. ' 38; Pennant Annual Asst } 1r CO u-i June s € n i o r class of 1939 Ik x v (? p . £v w Sekora, Lenard R. (Industrial) Sellers, Glendora I General I Spanish Club ' 37, Seller, Hazel Shake, Rae Shaw, Minnie (General) Sheetz, Harold R. Shemberger, (General) Forum Club ' 38. ' 39 Sherbondy, M Robert Alyce (Industrial) ( Corr Hi-Y ' 35, ' 36; Varsity Rah! Rah! Basketball ' 36. ' 38. ' 39; Glee CI Track ' 38, ' 39. Girl Res ' 37, ' 38 Weekly Shuler, William W. Singer. Robert (Industrial) Intcrclass Basketball. Interd Sixby, Martha Scheets, Althea (Home Economic jjtlass . . . Super sales- le Annual Skit ? . . . iloria balancing the n dance, nillun . . . Stack, Carl J. Stahl. Frank Stark, Paul F. Stauffe , Julia (Industrial) (Commcr cial) 1 General 1 (Ci mmercia Art Club " 38. ' 39: Pen Hi-Y ' 37. ' 38. ' 39: nant Weeklv. 1 n - 18, (9; Fight in E SO ' 38, 19 B. ■ ine Club 19; Ir Class Plav ' New Fires " ; Var- sitv Track ' 38, Sandbur Football ' if,: Interclass Basketball ' 3 5 , ' 36; Pennant Annual, Sports Editor. Starzenski, Gennie Steede, Carl (Homi Economics) (Industrial) Student Librarian ' 38. Band ' 34. ' 35: Intc class Basketball ' 3 Sandbur Football ' 34. Stevens. Marven Stout, Lane J. Stuart, Carlyle E. (General) (General) (ColleEi h.H Band ' 35. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38. Sandbur Football 37 Latin Club ' 37. ' 31 ' 39; Til.is ' 37; Orch. Interclass Basketball ' 38. ■•• ' " - ■ ' ■ • ' Va )7, ' 38, ' 39. ' 39. it, I Anth I. Stutsman, Esther Sullivan. Bcrnadine Swartzell. Jean H oll a Pn nl M. (Generall Sp sh Club ' 38, ' 39 (Colleei Pr. pi Glei lub ' 38. ' 39 i lirl Reserv. 18. ' 19; Rah! Rah. ' 38. 19; I p m h Mil. i ,1,, i I, b 6 ' Pn i9: I ' , nnanl Weeklv ' 38. ' 39; Pen- nant Annual. Forty-fa Swinehart. Irene (General) G. A. A. ' 35. ' 36. ' -.7. ' 38. ' 39; Sec. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38; Taylor, Jack (Industrial) [nterclass Basketball Tracy, Herbert (Industrial) Sandbur Football ' 37. MS; Inte. class Basketball ' 37: Cross Country ' 38; Baeease Boy ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Head Bo) 18, ' 39. Troycr, Fern Troyer, Junior (Industrial) Motion Picture Operator ' 37, ' 38; Sandbui F. i tl .all Tully, Evelynne Turnock, Ernest (InJustn.il I Interclass Basketball. Twichell. Richard (General) Vance, Howard W. (General) Vescelus, John W. (General) Forum Club ' 38. ' 39: Pres. ' 39; Spanish Club ' 39; Pen- Weekly ' 37; Asst. Edit ' 38, ' 39. ESS 9 ' Busche strolling . . . Nice place to rest . . . Clielse, tlie monitor! ... I tie man couldn t catch tp tention . . . Hav old jam session. Weybright, Richard Whitehead, Anastasia Whitmer. Richard (Commercial) (Industrial) Girl Reserves ' 36. ' J7. ' 38. Sandbur Football ' 36. Pennant Annual; Rah! Rah! ' 38. ' 39. Wilson, Jimmy A. (College Prep) Hi-Y ' 35 ' 36. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Fichtine " i ' 38, 19; Interclass Basketball ' 35. Wagner, Ruth Co mmercial) Girl Reset ' 37, ' 38; ' 35; Rah! res ' 34. ' 35. Glee Club Rah! ' 37, Weaver, James O. (Industrial) Wenzel, James T. Windsor, Richard L. (Industrial) Art Club ' 38, ' 39; B ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Track Wineland, Arthur (Industrial) Interclass Basketball ' 36. Winer, Ray (General I Fighting 50, " ■7. ' 38, ' 39; Sec of Class ' 38; Pennant Annual; Interclass Basket- ball ' 35, ' 36, ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Cross Country ' 37. " 38: Track ' 38: Bowline ' 39. Work, Sarah (General) Girl Ri si rvi s ' 35. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38; Orch. ' 35, ' 36, 17, ' 38; Pennant Annual. Yoder, Mary Jean (General) Band ' 36. ' 37, ' 38. Girl Reserves ' 39: Pel Annual. Yoder, Warren (Gen. ill I Band ' 36. ' 37: Tennis ' 36 ' 37; Forum Club ' 38, ' 39 Serccant-at-arms ' 38. ' 39 Page Forty-six 9 CO vn V U1 U1 i.nr) " PP9 nr L r : ic A.; Albert. N; Alexander, I.: Amon. M.; Amsendens I Anderson, J.; Anderson, R . Andreas, M. Row 2: Badke, L.; Bailev. J.; Baker. A.; Baker, B. L ; Baker. B.; Baker. C; Baker D.; Row 3 Ballancio. M. J.; Barlell. L.; .; Barron. P.; Battista. M.; Beaver, F.; Beaver, M.; Becth. F.; Row 4: Beeth, R.; Bell. J.; Benner. M.; Bennie. T.; Berger, T.; Ver Berkamn.se. P ; B. ffo, F ; Belanchio, E.; Emery, D.; Row 5: Billings. K : Billows. I ; Blieler. C ; Bluebaush. E ; Boam. J.; Bollman. G.; Bontrager, B.; Bontragh. R .; Bolt-. R . Row 6: Bowlbv. R.; Boylan, G ; Brady, M.; Bradley. B.; Gaff. F .; Brinnle, D.: Broadbent. B.; Brown. B.; Brown, R ; Row 7: Brusdahl. L.. Burson B.; Butler, P.; Scherer, R.; Buet. r. I . Bulla, G : Bumn. W ; Burrell, I ; Bus,. A ; Row 8: Butler, T.; Butler, B.; Campanelli, I ; Campbell, W ; Carter, M . isey, .,-t, tier. M ; Ctaldo, I ; Chapion, F ; Row 9: Chase. B.; Cherry. M. L.; Chomer. C; Cittadin. M . Clare, I ; Clark. I ; (lark. H . Clark, I . Clark. L.; Comer, E.; Row 10: Conley. R.; Cooper. H.; Copey. P.; Cox. B.; Crawford, B . Cripe, D . Crowfot, E R ; Crouch, M.; Culler. I .-. Row 11: Curtis. L : Curtis, B.; Cummins, J.; Cushing. I.; Cutshaw. A. J-; Danforth. J.; Davis, L.; Deal. N ; DeBoni, B . Row 12: De Lucenay, A.; Decker. H.; Demos. J.; Demonst. L ; DeWinter, M.; DeWitt, L ; Dilley, D.; Dinehart, J. Do On September I 7 ), the Junior class held their First meeting of the year. The following officers were elected: President. Jane Clark; Vice-President, George Jackson; Secretary, Mary Lavricn; Treasurer, Evangeline Blubaugh: Social Chairman. Ruth Rifclet and Pete Sarantos. Mrs. Avery and Mr. Smith, who have sponsored the class since it first organized, were re-elected. Page Forfy eight in ui Row I: Donovan, D; Doty, in in ( Erickson E • Eva Frye G Fuller, .1 ' ; Fuile J.; Duchwall. R ; Dukes, R ; Dusek. B.; Dunrmck. I) , li.it. n . R ; Eheisolc. L En " I. -t..n ( . H.; Fair. J.; Fahl. R.; Fink. L , Ford. R . F.ttv. I . F,,v. 1 ; Row 5: F.-t, i I [-..., ikl„ Galbreath, W ; i;ard. D.; Card. I.; Row A: Gardner, K . Garl, T.; Gaskil nh. A.; Goard, E ; Good, E ; Goodrich, I ; Row 5: Gage, D. Grmvcock. r. . i;m,, (i.ivl. ; Row 6: Gullick. 1 ' ; Custatson. I.) : Helbing, J ; Row 7: Harp, D.; Hart. B ; Hart, B ; Hart, D.; Hummund. G.; Hemld. P.; Hicock, H . Hemphill, V ; Hicks, Himebaugh. H.; Hirsh. J.; Hogendobler. I ; Shoemaker, M.; I, W ; Hunter, L.; Hursh. E.; Huss, D ; Hutcht In i. it. K , I, jsup, D ; lessen. 1) , lohns ech, M.; Keller. A.; Kendall. A. N ; Row 12; Johns. C.; Ignafnl Gordon, E . Gordon, D.; G. la M . ll.nrington, B. Haskins, II , Hatfield, S. ; Hill, B.; Hilbing, D H Honsour, I.; Row 10; H E ; Row 11: Isenhart. V. rohnson, E ; Johnson. M.; tzel. D ; Hav. id, [; Row 9; R.; Huffman, (son. D.; lack n, E i He, I, i lisli. B.; Row 8: Himebaugh, M.: A committee consisting ol Rnlli Grauer, Mary La ri( li. tnin.i lolinston. Evangeline Blubaugli, Jane ( [ark, George Jackson, Max Antlress, Bud Nelson, Ed Landis, and Bernard Broadbent met October 22 and chose rings and pins. Page Forty-nine On November IU the Juniors enjoyed the Jolly Junior Jubilee . A nickelodian Furnished music for dancing and refreshments were served. In February t lie class elected: President, George Jackson; Vice-President, Jane Clark; Set rc my. Row 1: Kendall, E.; Kiefer, E ; Kitgren. G ; King, E ; Kinncv, C .; Kinney, I . Kirby, ; Kistner, E ; Kistner, P.; Klenm. R ; Kliegler, M ; Klawatter. [.; Row 2: Kran=. B.; Dreigbaume, J.; Driegbaum, I . Kronk, H.; Kunkel. I.; Kurti. B.; Landis, E.; LaBellc. N ; L,,nl:, K ; Lauver, W . Laverich, M . LaRacque, I . Row 3: Leech, R ; Leeg, G.; Leist, C; Lemox, E ; Leonard, M.; Leonard. B.; Lerner, J.; Lerner. L.i Lerner. R ; Lochmondy. E,; Row 4: Long, S.; Long, W.; Loncar H ; Luchinhll. P.; Luckman, R ; Lewis, L.; Row 5: Lyon, M.; Mc- Carty. C ; McCarty, 1 . M, reary, D ; McDowell, P.; McFaddon. V ; Row 6: McLaughlin, T ; Manaici, I .; Malm. B.; Maloney, M.; Manahan. R ; Mann. R ; Row 7: Manason, L.; Martin, B .; Mason, V ; Marks, C.i Marsh. A ; Mathews. P.; Row 8: Mayer. L ; Mead I ; Melvin, B.; Merks, B,; Merritt, I.; Row 9: Meyer, J.; Meyer. R.; Middleton, B .; Miller, B. L . Miller. I.; May, V ; Row 10: Miller. H ; Miller, D.; Miller, N.; Miller. B.; " Miller. V.; Miller, B.; Mills. M., Minelli, H.; Minelli. J.; Mishler, D . ; Mitchel, J.; Myer, B .; Row 11: Montagano, R ; Moore, M ; Moore, R ; Moran, Y ; Mi,ri:.in, B ; Mntt, A.: Mover, P.; Mozes, L ; Murphv. C ; Murphy, R ; Scott, M.; Row 12: Myers, K .; Munch, V.; Nelson, E.; Nettro, M.; Nicholson. M.: Olson. L ; Oswalt, G , Overholt, V , Patanelli, M ; Patten, C; Pearson, J.; Pindell, .1 U1 Mary Lavrich; Treasurer, Dick Donovan: Social Chairmen, Rutli Riblet and Dick Jackson. The Annual Junior-Senior Prom was held at Lake Wawasee on the evening of May 27 at the South Shore Inn. Row I: Pcnrod. T.; Petriella, r, ■ Pettifer, F, Phillips, I. Pippinger. H; Pletchcr, W.; Poe, L; Povser. E; Poyser, R; Pressler, P IV ms, J.; Puterbaugh, B ; Row 2: Pyle, R.; Roeb, J.; Racdcr. B.; Racder, H.; Rebstock, 1.; Renbargcr. J.; Replogle, R.; Reprogle, M ; Rc nolds, S.; Riblet, R; Riblet. R; Richcv, D; Row 3: Richmond. B; Richmond. B.; Richmond. K.. Rinehart, C; Ringenberg I Risao P Robinson. R ; Rodino, C: Rogers. L.; Rohleder, B.; Roosi , ( ; Rose, L.; Row 4: Rosi n, H . Roth, S ; Roush, N.; Roy, B.; Roy, R.; Russell. M .1 ; Row 5: Roll. F ; Salisbury, J. Sanuson, R.; Sarontos. P . San I. rsi n, B ; Sandi rson, D ; Row 6: Sailor, V ; Scl ley, . Schi ibi i. A Schulcr. C; Scott, D ; Schafler, H,; Row 7: Schmidt. E Shaun D Shaw, E ; Sharp, M ; Shank. E ; Shellenberger, I ; Row 8: Shell, y W Shoff, R.; Shreiner, J.; Shriever, R.; Simmons. H ; Sleep, t. I . Row 9: Smelt;, r. I; Smith, ; ; Smith, II, Holdeman, H, Smith K.; Smith, J ; Row 10: Smith. R.; Smith. V,; Snoot, J.; Snyder, V ; Spencer. P : Speraw, K .; Sprito, I i Sproull, R ; Stafford, I Stahly, R.; Stamets, D.i Steimer, B.; Row 11: Steimer, J.; Stcmm, L.; Stenberg, P.; Stephen, I, Stewart, I , Stock, R; SMI. F. Stone W.; Strong, C ; Slump. ; Sykes. G.; Row 12: Teed. F , Thornton. R ; Thornton, R ; Thorp. E ; Thunander, M ; Timpi A Todd, N, I., Thi mp.on. M, A,; Trok, E.; Towne, L.; Tremaine, A ; Trovatore, N. miEEE ' rm U1 tn Wenla ylai Aldrie Best, I . Bicka Trucx, E.; Trucx, M.; Twickell. II ,1 Vardarain. G.; Vcrhagan, D.; Verdingbctg, M.; Vv Wallin, V.; Walters. D ; Warlick. I.; Waterman, I d, I , Wenu, M ; Wherclv. B : Whittaker, N ft ' ■ . J.; Wmdmiller. M ; Windoffer, B .; Winse. W, V i. , . T , Van Dervvalker, T.; Van Dusen. R.: Van Kuery, W.; Van Tilburg, R :rman, J.; Wade, B. J.; Wagner, G.; Waggoner, J.; Wakalee, J.; Wallace I .; Waters, W.; Wayl ft Weavei I Weai r, D.; Weaver, R.. Row -4 . N.; Witter, S.; Whybrew, P . Wilbur, ( ' : ilov N , Row 5: Williams. M. ithers, D.; Waker, G.; Wolcott, P.; Row 6: Wolf, M.; Wood, M.; Youngblood. T.; Zeman. L.; Zirjow, G : Row 7: Abel. W.; Achberg, nderson. H.; Arter, L.; Ashville, L.: Atwater, D.; Row 8: Auren;, M.; Backert, E.; Bailcv. A.; Bails. W ; B.nrd V; Barrett. A.; Baskervillc, J.; Row 9: Baum, D ; Beekvvith, G.. Beckwitz, G.; Bcllot. W.; Bender. D.; Benn H. z. B.i Row 10: Billings. G.; Bishop. H ; Black, V ; Blcilcr, F.: Bodke. M.; Boehm, R ; Bolenbaueh, R ; Bonfiglio G.; Boylan. D.; Brandon. E. ; Brav. V.; Broadbcnt, M.; Brown. P.; Brumbaugh. A.; Bryant . C; Byers, J.; Bycrs. S ; Campanelll, A.; Campanello, G.; Campbell, M.; Campbell, M. A B ; Row II: Bo- 12: Buehanan. J.; Burge, R ; B The Sophomores held a meeting September 13 to elect class sponsors ana 1 officers. They were: President, Ralph LaFevre: Vice-President, James Forbregd -.Secretary. Jeanne Weaver: Treasurer, Robert Peterson: Social Chairman. Margery Chester. Class sponsors chosen were Mrs. Earhart and Mr. Eggleston. Page Fifty two Row 1: Cartwright, H.; Chapman, G ; Chester, M ; Chirila, M I ; Clark, M.; Clark. P.; Clement, L.; Colbv, R.; Ccmku. M. L.; Row 2: Comer, R : Conway, H . Cook, I ; Cook, J.; Cook. P : Cornell, H ; Cornelius. C ; Cos, W . Cripe. R ; Row 3: Culp. M ; Curtis. J ; Cusick. L ■ Cutshaw. O ■ Dalyrumpyle, L J-; Dascoli, M I ; Deal, R ; Delpreto, P ; Dempsey, M . Row 4: Deual, V.; IK P.m. R ; Decker. M : Dineharl I Diley, K : Dixon, W.; Dodge. R.; Doll, M. [.; Maure. D.; Row 5: D..n.i!Js..n. H . Dooley. C; Dotv. G ; l ,.uulas. r, . I u Charme I ; Dudley W ■ Dunmck. D ; Dunivan, R . Dygert, 1- ; Row 6 :Eads, C ; Eaton, I ; Eckert, D.; Eckerle. J.; Eimer. E.; Ellis, K ; Eprirs. M Fadiroije. Y ; Farley. W.; Row 7: Farmer, B . Farnsworth, L.; Fawcett, M ■ Fedder, E ; Fedell, P ; Fetterly, R.: Film. C i Kinck. M.; Fink. M.; Row 8: Moffoy, V ; Fisher. I . Fleming, D ; Fletchre. G.; Flora, L.; F. rbregd, I . Forrest, . Foster, S.; Feeger, J ; Row 9: Franklin, R ; Friend, M ; Galhreth. R ; Gans, D.; Gardner. G.; Gordy, 11 . Garrison. H.; Garver, R.; Cataldo, P : Row 10: Gates, t ; Gerking. M ; Gieger, I ., Gilbert. C ; Glace, M A : Glace, 1 ; Glassburn, H ; Goble, M ; Harris. G ; Row 11: Gordy, H . Grames, A ; Grum R ■ Griner, B ; Grise, V ; Guy, G-; Grusli. 1 ij. i,r, 1) , H..,h. 1) . Row 12: Hjnimund. A ; Hansing, R ; Hapn, r. H Hard vick, G.; Hardy, E.: Harrington, H . Harris, E . Hart, !■ ; Hatfield, F. O) u-i U1 The lirst party ol (lie year was a Nautical Pailv In-Ill I ) and refreshments were enjoyed. lber 3. Dancing, games, a floor show. Page Fi ry-lfu Tlie i lass of 41 met again February 9 to elect the following officers: President. Ralph LeFevre; Vice-President, James Forbregcl; Secretary, Maxine Hursh; Treasurer. George Kasamis; Social Chairman. Margery Chester. u-i Row 1: Havens, D i Hawenstein, J.; Hayes, I.; Henderson, B.; Herrli, J.; Herman, L.; Herman, M. ; Huron, M.; Hettinger. E.; Hill, G. H im ebaugh, D.; Hoagland. H.; Row 2: H. aire. ' ' , . Hollar, B.; Hum. B.; Horton. T.; Hostetler, Y.; Hudson. R.: Hurt. 1 ; Huffman. C.i Hunter. L.; Gunter, M.; Hunter. N.; Hursh. M; Row 3: Husted, B.; Huster. E.; Hutton. J.; Iannarelli. D.; Ignafol. J.; Ivins, E.; Troutwien k ' ; racks, i E.; Jackson T.; (aeserick. N , lame . B ; (ones, H ; lenkins, Row 4: [ellison, M.; Jennings. L.; Johnson. B.; Johnson, D.: Johnson. G.; rohnson, P ; Row 5: tordon, W.; Kamp, V. . Karash. L ; kasamis, G . Kaser, H.; Kauffman. R.; Row 6: Kauffman. V. Kegerreis, k . Kegley, M.; Kentner, M ; Kenyon, W.; Kern. P.: Row 7: k„f.r. H . kiefer, P.; King. B.; King. M.; Kl.ne. I ; I P Row 8: Krauser, L ; Kuehn, C ; Kunce. V ; Knudsen, C. A ; Knudson. E ; Kunkel, I ; Kurt:. W . Kurt:. B.; LeFevre. R.; Lambo. M. Lansche, R : La Rocque, I ; Row 9: Lauer, W ; Lee, V.; Lendman, R.; Leininger, F ; Lenna, P.; Leonard, M.; Lewis, G.; Lichtenberger. M.: Lenaburg. L ; Linn, I ; Linn. K.; Little, E ; Row 10: Longacre,, D.; Lorenz. R.; Loshbaugh, L.; Lot:. H.; Love, M.; Lund. V.; Lund, E. J. Lunsford, J.; Larson. R.; MaeGovvn, K.; Jenkins, V , Row II: Mackawitz, I ' : Maggart, H . Manfredi. A : Manfredi, I . Maniaci, G. Mann, R. Marjason. L.; Markcl. L.. Markey, C.; Morrow, A ; Marsh. A.; Marsl A party was held in the gymnasium April 29. All the sophs played games, danced, ate and lade merry. The decorations and atmosphere about the gym resembled that ol a carnival. Row 1: McCreary, T.; McCartney, V ; McLaughton. V ; Marsh. D ; M.irtm. B ; Martin H Metcalf, M ; Metzlcr, L ; Midi. Y.; Row 2: Mil],,. C ; Mill, i . ( ' . . Miller E.; Miller. G ; Milk- ier,, K . Miller. L.; Miller. W ; Milkr, L.; Row 3: Minegar, I . Mishl i. B.; M...,Jull, G.; M. tercrio, R . Moore, I , Moore, L ; Moore, T . Morgan, I . Morlaw, M ; Row 4: Morningstar, Murphy, R.; Myers, E.; Row 5: Myers, M.; Nanos, D.; Nell, R.; Newman, I , Nihart, H ; Nollar B.; U ' Brian, W.; Oberhauser, L.; O Conner, L , Row 7: Ong, K ; Palmi r, R . Palejoes, H.; Par Phcnd, E.; Pierce, M.; Pike, J.; Piphcr. P.; Pno, E ; Plank, R ; Polosoes, H ; Ponko, M. L.; Ranston. M. A.; Row 9: Reames, M.; Rcavis, P.; Redman. B.; Redman M . Reed, E , Re, J, Richmond, H.; Ripoli, R.; Robinson. A.; Row 10: Robinson, M.; R :rs, C ; Rogers,, V.; R, P.; Rowe, C; Salior, C; Sanders, R.; Sargent, M.; Sawyer. R.; Row 11; Schade, H.; Shank, J Schubert, W.; Scofield, T.j Scott. G.; Vrigant, D.; Shearer, D.; Showalter, A Mavficld, E .; Meadows. H.; Melvin. R G.; Miller , H.; Miller, 1 ; Mill. i. 1 , Mil r, F ; M, len, E ; Mollenhour, L ; M..n ; Mortor . H ; Moyi r, M .; Munch, V. E ; Row 6. Nusbaum, L ; Essig, T.; Dievfy A , Peh rson. M.; Peterson, R ; Row 8 ontius, A M , Proesus, 1 , Pulliam, T, ; Remmel. C; Rhodes, 1) ; Richmond, B nd. R.; R, si nbi .■■ . s . Russell, C; Russell J.; Schenk R , Sc ley, 1 . Schreiber, 1 wn CM OS vn u-i Row 1: Sclby, N.; Sherman, B.; Showalter, S.; Sicpbcll, W.; Simco:, I.; Simmons, D .; Simons. D.; Smith, A ■ Smith D ; Row 2: Smith (J.; Smith, H.; Smith, I.; Smith. J.; Smith, L ; Smith. R ; Smith, V. M.; Snook. E.; Spencer, B.; Row 3: Stafford. H . Stanley, M. E.| Stephie, E. ; Stewart. D ; Stoudcr, K ; Strine, M. I ; Strukel, B.; Swank. H.; Swarti. B.; Row 4: Swameil, R ; Swinehart. D.; Syson. B.; Syson, M.; Tarhef, B.; Towsley. E.; Tcrlcp. G.; Thursby. W.; Thomas. P.; Row 5: Thornton, V.; Ticc, R ; Trover, E ; Troyer, F.; Troyer, M.; Troyer. P.; Troyer, W.; Troup. R.; Funbsuser, P.; Row 6: Tyrcll. H.; Ulcrv, K . Van Huffel, B ; Van Pelt C , Van Tilburg. K.; Verhagen. J.; Vine. H.; Vlalminck, E.; Vnntias. A,; Row 7: Wagner. J.; Walker. M ; Wallam, I . Walter. B ; Waltel I Walters, D.; Walters, M.; Ward, P.; Waterman. M.; Row 8: Waterman, R . ; Waterman, R; Watts D WinJbigl, r W- Weaver H Weavcver, J.; Weiss, K.; Wcldy, W.; Welsh, B.; Row 9: Whelon, H ; Wlutmevcr. F.; Whitmever. H , Whybrew, P Wigent S ■ Wil- liams, R.; Wine, V,; Winters, P .; Wise, K ; Row 10: Wise. R ; Wise. R .; Wisstlcr. B.; Wood. B.; Wood. J.; Wood. N : Work, M ; Work, N.J Wright, W ; Row 11: Willis, H.; Yeakey, M ; Yoder, F.J Yoder. V ; Yoeman, E.J Youngblood, L.J Zentz, E ; Zimmerman K Zool A , Row 12: Snook, E.; Abbott, B.; Adams, D.; Adams, P.; Adrian, A.; Augustine, B ; Akcn, R.; Alwine. M.; AKvine. M. A group of bewildered freshmen gathered together to organize their class. Mr. YVelty was chosen to guide their faltering steps through the first semester in high school. Miriam Schull. President; Page Fifty-six Artle M.; An A:, K Row 1: Ant..nctti, J.; Anderson, f.; Ashlov. M.; G . Bentz, D.; Bcntz, V.; Best. C; Bergstrom, I . Black. C V.; Boots, J. Borrelli. R.; Bowers, R. ; Bower " Brown, A.; Brown, B.; Brown, G.; Brown, I. letti. }.; Carlson, J ; Carlson. I; ( or,,. S Ion. L.; Cone. C.; Delspnte. D.; Row 7: ( I mi R.; DeDario, M.; Row 8 Demos. D.; Denman. D.; Dev sire. P.; Row 9: Douberteen, C; Dresser, P.; Drummond, V.; Duesler, N • Duhori Eason, E ; Row 10: Edson. E.; ; Eckert A ].; Echols, M K ; Elliot, (,.; Elliot, 1 ; Ess,,, F. ; Erdmann. R.; Evans. R.; Fans,. V ; Row 11: Flllio, R ; Finncll. W.; Clark, W .; Fish, M.; Fisher, A.; Fisher. M.; Flanders, B.; Flurkey. B.; Ford, D.; Row 12: Foster H Frick R • " nund. P.; Forney. J.; Funkhouscr. P.; Galasso, J.; Galhrcath, C.J Diekerhuif. :, D.; Baker, ; Bartmess, R.; Behcr, E Row 2: Bcnct. . Bloom, M.; Row 3: Crowder, R.; Bollcro. E.J Bollev. .; Dowers, J.; Bowers, R ; Row 4: Boyer, M.; Brauer. S .; Bridge. W.; Briyant, D ■ .wn, P ; Row 5: Buescher. M.; Burke. M.; Burke. I.; Butz, R.; Camrancllo, J.; Cappel- 6: Carter. D.J Chandler, R ; Chester. W.J Childers. I ; Clark. , Clawson. N.J Clay- Coude, E.; Croftoot, R.; Crosier, J.; Crowder. R.; Crussemeyer. R.; Curtis, E.; Darr. Dewelious. K.j Dickerhoff, L.; Dively, Wj Dolton I.; J3ondin ' o, L.; Doon- nnington, M. E.; CM U1 u-i Friday, A. M. Walter Finnell, Vice-President; Marjorie Kehres. Secretary: Betty Lou Johnson. Treasurer; Robert Darr, Jean Crosier, Social Chairmen; these were the officers chosen. The freshmen went hack (?) to their childhood days November 22 and held a Kid Party in the cafeteria. Page Fifty seven March 8 the freshmen again met and chose Mr. Gemmecke and Miss Busche class sponsors. The officers chosen to represent their class were: Gilbert W ' eldy, President; Miriam Schult. YicePresi dent; Betty Lou Johnson, Secretary; Willard Chester, Treasurer; Jean Crosier and Joe Winer. D II , Gaskill, D : Gerring, B , ( ., rring, II Id, I , Gunts. M E.; Gutte Row 3: H Gm B.; He W anspcrger, R ; Hill. V , Row 4: Hi.itt. M.; Hirsh; oldred,, H ; Row 5: Hollar, B ; Hollowav, |. ; H. ppc. I ; Healer, D ; Hosteller, H : Huml Huster, M.; lordan, R ; (ones, E . [ohnson, R : Row 7: [ohnscn, M , [ohnson, ( , [ohns Kunkel, M. E ; Krvsi.il. R ■ Kotw.is. I . K..hcr, G.; Knpeak, S ; Kl ngler, V . K ■-!.. I Kchres, M ; Row 9: Kegg. V ; Kf ( ar(.s, R ; Kaullman. P.; Ka ' ser, D.; Lang, K .; Lantz. Lesher, M.; Lewis. B I ; Row 10: Lewis, [.; Lewis. M I . Lobmiller. G ; Lloyd, H ; Long, K.; Long lord. E. McCartney, P.; McDonald, N ; MeFall. M. I; Row 11: MeK.nl, v, R , Books, L; Marks, I. M Miller, B. I .; Miller. C ; Miller. C.; Miller. C.; Miller. D.; Maitm. R .ti, ; J.; Gilreaty, F.; Glasgov . E . Gordon, R ; Gray, D.; Green, (. . Haines, H . Hall. [.; Hapner, C . Harris, G . Harvey, M Hedge, R . Heiner. M.; Hein. R ; Helbling. P.; Henderson, R.; , F.; Kinney, G ; Hively, R ; Holder ger, W.; Row 6: Humecke. R.; Hustead, H.; , B. L . Fackson, C.; Kurt:. N.; Kvser, R Row 8: Kirkwood, B.; King. H.; Kies, I.; Kentner, M.; J.; Larsen, H.; Long. M ; Leige, W . Leist, L ; :, R.; Lorenz, J.; Loscc, P.; Luns- artin, I.; Mayer, E.; Mead, M.; CSI Ul E P ™ A ll i mfubA Social Chairmen. They held their last party of the year April 21 in the gym. Dancing, games, and refreshments were very much enjoyed by the Frosh since they have become acquainted with one another. Row 1: Mill.r, G.; Miller, L ; Miller. N ; Miller, ; Minichello. N.; Minnes, R.; Misemar, F.; Mitchell, W ; Montenero E Montagano, T ; M,.r.in. C ; Morehouse, G . Row 2 Morgan, R ; Morn- M..:-, I) , Mullarkcv. R , Mvers, A , Myers 1 Miller H Net! P - Nelson, B . Nelson. E.; Newcomer. W ; Newman. I . Row i: Niccw.indcr. R . Nicholson, R.; Nordman. E . ; ' Nnrdman. M . Nusbaum. C; Nye, P.; O ' Conner, T.; Ortt. M.; Osborne. L. 1Kb..,,,,. U IM. ,]..,,. R, Owens, N; Row 4: Owen R L- Palmer R- Palmer 1- Holdeman, E.; Palumbo. G.; Pancost. P. Row 5: Panel], S ; Peel. P , 1 ' . ml. ■ (. . Phillips. E .; Pierce. C ; Pittman, I ; Row 6: Pletcher. B : Plummer, C; Potter. N.; Powell. F.; Poyser, M.; Price, J Row 7: Quiet A: Russell, F. Rude. D: Rowe, P.; Rose, S, Rogers, D B; Row 8 Rodino, J.; Rodewalt. H ; R, ak, M . Rici . I , Reser. P.; Replocle. B ; Rem. W ; Rees, V . Ray, R . Raeder, K ; Rat-der. C; Raab, R .; Row 9: Sappington. V , Schenk. B.; Schmeher. H.; Schmidt. C.; Schmuhl, S.; Schrocfc, B ; Schult, M ; Schull W ; Scott, V ; Sears, E . Sechrest, C . Sekora. L ; Row 10: Sennholts, R ; Setes, R ; Shafer, P ; Shellev. B . Shelley. B.; Shcllev. D ; Shiliz M L ■ Rose S • Sickert. R; Sigmund. V.; Smead. F.; Smith. R; Smith. I: Smith. M; Smith. N; Spade, M; Speener, F- Speener, R; Speras C Spicer, T ; Enyder, L ; Snyder. T ; Stahly, I ; Stangle. G.; Stewart, H. CM ui CO CM U " l dw 1: Stewart, H.; Stewart, W . Stewart, W ; Stout, D.; Straub, 1 ' , Stuck, W.; Stump, M .; Sturm, H .; Stutsman, I ; Row 2: Taylor, M.; hornton, H.; Tippeti, P.; Todt, J.; Towsley, H.; Trowatore, A ; rrovatore, P . Troyer, K ; VanOrsdall, E.; Row 3: VanTiIburg. C; an Z.le. W.: Veatch, C ; Vetter, D.; Vigren, R ; Vine. D ; Vine, H . Wade. I ' . Walters, G ; Row 4: Walter, N. I.: Walters. J.; Ware ; Warner, M; Warner, S.; Waterman, I.; Watermen. I.; Wegner, V.; Fisher. M; Row 5: Weldon, L; Weldy, R; Weldy, G-; endland. M . Winer, I ; Went:. D , Whalen, M ; White. M.; Whumer. I ; Row 6: Whitmeyer, A.; Whutaker. D.; Williamson, M.; •ilhams, R.: Wilson. I ; Winter. R.; Wiseman. B.; Wohar. J.; Wood. R ; Row 7: Woodford. J.; Woodford, P.; Wright. D.; Yarnell. M.; eater, J.; Yeater, M.; Yergins. R.; Yerke, D.; Yerke. M.; Row 8: Young. B.; Zentz. D.; Zent:. M.; Ziesel. M.; Zimmerman. E ; Z.nn. ; Albaugh, W.; Barfell. K.; Barnes. H.; Row 9: Black. F.; Bon6glio. M.; Borneman, M.; Bradshaw. L.; Brown. M •. Burrell. E.; Burrows. ' .; Butler, G.; Carlson, J.; Row 10: Cherry, G.; Comer, E.; Conley, M; Dickerhoff; Doke, V. Donaldson. K.; Emerson. E; Evans. . Everett. W ; Row 11; Fahnestock. P.; Freed. M ; Gard. M , Grggy. F.; Gustafson, E . Hollev. L ; Hardy. W . Hatfield, R ; Hauffm.n, . Row 12: Hilhard. B ; Holland. H ; Humecke, G ; lackmon, C. Jessen, I . tones, W . Kauffman, D ; Kelly, H ; Kentner. R. Page Sixty CO en ui Row 1: King, C ; Kotwas, D.; Krauser, M.: Kroeder, M ; L.inni, N , Lehman, V , Lmdstrom, T ; Lines, M.; Lock. R ; Row 2: Long, T . Lcshbaugh. L.; McCollaugh, r.; McCullough, I.; McDowell. R.; Mansfield. M ; Merrill. C; Miller. R.; Montenero, L ; Row 3: Weidiman Nusbaum. I.; Oalccs. A .; Oberhauser, R ; Ong, J.; Ott. M.; Payne, R ; Peters. I ; Pelriclla. R ; Row 4: Pontius, L ; Raeder, R.; Rome, V . Rayl, R . Reynolds, I. , Rowe, A ; Russell. E.; Saunders, R.; Schmehcr. H ; Row 5: Seinicox, M.; Stewart, G Share, D.; Sheckel, H.; Shelter, V.; Shult. R.; S.bert. R.; Smith. E ; Smith. W : Row 6: Snyder, R.; Thomas, J.; Thornton. L ; Tillwach, l . Vescelus, P.; Warren, R.; Warner. G.; Webber, R.; Weesner. K.; Row 7: Weirick, L ; Weiss, I ; tt ilson, B . Row 8: Zents, D ; Zentz, R. Page Sixty one V ' 0 " an 7 0nC TtKe club- any trdng °l tw A ° S two 9 " Poge Sr.vly-lii ' O ' K clubs, nor „Uefie mo sU ' , , very great « c experiences- , ts a te certain Ward Ptacuce nd tory or defeat. tot class spon TWu.U neavenj . do tf, tor life. Page Sixty ll„ ito in-cKief— — V J Sk t i,,iu„..r $2£ fi JMm i Assistant Ecliloj - ' Josephine S : fo CdverKsjng Ma ire£ -. — mBi Assistant Bus ' mejs Mi Wi l,,nl ' -Vlvj rtiMiii; 4 . 1 V ' 5 ' - 4----.-» W y Kl tl Senior Cl»irma . VY T i4LM( Senior Committee ! Dorol)ie«£¥w iW CTJtovjJ. Bemadine Sullivan. YY 1 V £ jMfy Underclass Editor W.-X V Underclass Committee 3 f -nerag. | ifrTi v ' Duane Mechling. jfirjru SaleX J w| Organization Editor -1-4- -rS iy-i ljll ' I Organization Comrnitte »-Mg| llice JoWo lrf llis N Irene Johnson, AnastSSa Kielezew -L Sports Editor Sports Writers Jack Olds. Kenneth Up. Dick Holmes. Irene Sw ' Puyt- Sixty our fijubli hin (p akdu QnJb (phivatsL cXlm l Jean Md,-I ..hjlJ John Vescelus, Jan. I lark, thy Huss, Evangeline Blubaugh. Martha Fetterly, Margery hestei ' Jeanne Steimer, Mary Lavnch, )ons Brewer, Pauline Kistner, ter) . Mary Virginia ohnsion ( hrst semester! . Ralp h CbdhJtA. CUul (ktwsL Sponsor, Miss Eva Cole hirst (iiicl Second Semester Officers President Jack Bailey First Vice-President Josepkine Sears Second Vice-President Delores Raj Se, retary Fean Ma, I )ona!d Treasurer Mae Bardo (first semester). Jack Freed (second semester). Program Chairman Rail, Ludwig (first semester). Donald Barrett (second semester). Program Committee Donald Barrett (first semester). Jack Freed (first semester). Enid Whitmyer. Margaret Work ACTIVITIES Tlie Art Club meets the lirst and third I uesdnys of every month after school. The club went to Chicago Saturday, October 22 and visited the Art Institute. Field Museum, and the Aquarium; they also went on a trip to Indianapolis. Aside from their trips and regular meetings, the club found time to have a very novel costume party at Jo Sears. All those present were dressed to represent advertisements. Page Sixty-six Sponsor. Mr. Dean B. Smith irsl Semester Officers President, Di k SpFOuIl vice president, Ed Landis; Secretary-, Carolyn Wilbur; Treasurer, Helen Sproull: Social C Kair- man, Ruth Riblet. Second Semester (Officers President. Dirk Sproull: Vice-President. Ed Landis; Secre- tary, Helen Culp; Treasurer, Helen Sproull; Social Chair- man. Ruth Riblet. Negative I irsl ream Speakers First Speaker. Ed Landis; Second Speaker. Ted McLaugh- lin: Alternate, Helen Culp. Atfirmatioe First Team Speakers First. Marilyn Sharp; S nd, Dicli Sproull; All. male, Ray Conley. S Team Afirmatioe Speakers I irst, Irene Ducharme; Second, Lemoyne I arnsworth; Alter- nate. mj Cook, Second Team Negative Speakers First, Richard Ong; Second, Helen Sproull; Alternate, I lea our Shank ACTIVITIES The topic for debate this year was: Resolved: The United Stales should establish an alliance with ( ireat Britain. In November, nineteen debaters and a Few chaperons attended the Annual Debate Conference at Pur- due. Later, the Educational I )ebate 1 ournament whi h was open to all Indiana schools was h In spile ol the icy weather more than thirty sc hools were represented. The debaters got oil to a line start by winning the county tournament. Success lollowec the zone and sectional c ompetition, but I hey w ere Finally defeated in the semi-finals. Along with their serious activities they sold candy at the Rensselaer football game and a basketball game. (biqulnq. J uuA, Opinw Uu Page Sixty-seven m UfL and. Coming fiJwJbgAapJwtiu Sponsor. Mr Virgil Likens First and Second Semesters Officers President Waller Lerner Secretary and Treasurer Ann Finnell Vice-President George Paine Program Committee Dick Lerner. lohn Williams. Jim Rowe Instructions on the use of cameras and camera equipment are just a lew of tfie things learned by the members ol I lie Camera Club at their by-monthly meetings. At other meetings illustrated lectures are given on Eastman lilms and at rare intervals the members at tually develop enlarged prints. Sponsor, Mr. Virgil Likens President Arden Gaerte Vice-President Bill Wider Secretary William Gallmall, J I. ...surer . ...Albert Rosen 4% A ■ I lie isual Education club was organized f I .» J lor the purpose ol operating the projection y ■ machine lor the lilms that are shown at E.H.S. No regular meetings are held but the boys ol the ml) are called together lor impromptu meetings al which time Mr. Likens explains the principles ol the projection machine. Al QitodsL 3 Aanccdau Pres Vice Sect I,,.. dent -President, itery Chairman. ,1 Chairman . - geneKeene Joanne Watson i:„„l Whitmver ...Dick Sproull nn I ill Ruth Ritlel First Semester Officers Second Semester Officers I resident Imogene Keene Vice-President Ann Finnell Se. retarj Mary Lavrirk Treasurer Hugh Burwell Program Chairman Mary Jean Goodwin Social Chairman Ruth Rihlet Sponsor. Miss Merle Cunningl Meetings are usually held every two or three weeks in the classroom. The entertainment consists main il games and songs. At one meeting the students gave a play in Firm h. The French Club, together with the Latin Club, sold candy at a basketball game on January 13. A St. Patrick s Day party was held at school. Fren h games and songs were the major Forms of enter- iment and refreshments were enjoyed bv all. Smwaa, wwL S idaUoa. First Semester Officers I ' resident Mariellen I laines Vice President Jim Bates So retary Barbara Hoover treasurer Boh Evert, Program Chairman John Demos S I I hai. n Bill Bushong Second Semester Officers President Mariellen Haines Vi( .-President Boh I Iverly Se, retar, Leonard Fink Treasurer Urn Demos Pro gI Chair n Gloria Sarantos Social Chairman Bill Bushong Sponsor. Gladys King Monthly social meetings of the Spanish Club are held in the homes of trie students at which times the club dis- cusses the news and customs l South American coun- tries. A candy sale was sponsored at the Plymouth game and a Christmas basket was lilled lor a needy lamiiy. As trie main social event ol the year, the Spanish Club held a dance at the Studebaker cabin on April Id. 4 Sponsor. Mr. Richard A. Gemmeclce First Semester Officers Second Semester Officers President Jol.n Vescelus President John Vescelus Vice-President. Dick Sproull Vice-President Dick Sproull Secretary Winifred Glase Treasurer Kenneth Marlin N " " B ' " BusI " ' " g Serg t-at-arms Warren Voder Measurer Kenneth Marlin Pari „l.,r,„n loin, Will Parlimentarian Carolyn Wilbur The Forum Club developed out of an interest in current problems. In the late spring ol 1038. six or seven high school boys, with the help of Roy C. Bullington, lormer E.H.S. C ivies instructor, formed an or- ganization which they aptly named the Elkhart HighSchool Forum Club. Membership in the club is open to every student of Elkhart 1 ligh School. To be admitted as a member, however, each applicant must satisfactorily pass an examination to determine his or her knowledge of an interest in current affairs. The organization strives to e irage worth) citizenship. tiJbAWa J adSu and JanaMu Miss Clende Editorial Stall Chairman Mary Emma Rowe Helen Sproull. Howard Eggleston. Marjorie Harris. Lucinda Ringenberg, Margaret Work. Ward McCartney. Shirley Rose. „n. Miss Kelly ' uhlishing Staff: Victor Bray. Mary Jean Goodwin. Pauline Kistner. Wax I ..over. Robert Peterson. Carlvle Stewart. Ralph Waterma Mary Jean Schert. The Anthology Staff has a difficult task in deciding just what material is worthy, in their opinion, to be placed among the student writing. In the beginning the staff met every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, but as time for publication drew nearer, they met every day. As an incentive to handing in ma- terial a novel skit was presented to the students in the auditorium, on March 18. The finished magazine made its appearance Friday. May 5. JIvu Saw.; JJvuj QonqtwwdL Sponsor, Miss Marguerite Sawyer First and Second Semester ( )fficers Consuls Roetta Stealj (Vergil class). Mildred ( Wetter (Cicero i lass). Quaestor Ted McLaughlin Scriba Norma Johnston Aediles lack Salisbury, lane Parker. Ralph Ducltwall. Carolyn Wilbu. I his year the Latin Club joined tlie Junior Classical-League which is sponsored by the American Classical League. Meetings are held at the High School once a month. At the October meeting, a play en- titled " Dido and Aeneas " written by Chris- tiana Smith was presented by the students. l the December meeting a debate. Re- solved: That Aeneas Was Justified In Leaving Dido was presented by the stu- dents. A skit concerning a Roman marriage was written by Ralph Duckwall and pre- sented at the February meeting by the stu- dents. The Latin Club sold candy at the Michi- gan City and Coshen basketball games: also they sold homemade candy in the halls. Willi the money the Latin Club earned, they pur- ( based a bust of Apollo and a Latin calendar. Outstanding honor students received ( 1 1 1 1 scholarship from the class. For the liist se- mester those receiving pins were Roetta Stealy and Ted McLaughlin. Page Seventy one tilwaifdu (hdsnL CUbout CUihlfdiuu Sponsor, P liis) Semester Officers President losepl Sears Vice Presidenl lane Clark Sei retarj Winifred liase Treasurer Cliris ., Smith S .1 Chairman Betty Crosier Sergeant-at-Arms M.irv lane Calvert Second Semester Officers Presid. nl losephine Sears Vice-President lane I lark Secretary Betlj I i ■• I reasurei Ckristiana Smith So r . ■ I li. linn. in Imogene Keene Sergi ant-at-Arms Mary Jane Calvert 1 tie Rah! Rali! C lul) was ci a tive this year, serving the school in main ways. The club members ushered at the Christmas play and .it the Back to School Night . and helped as chairmen and timekeepers during the debate tournament held here January 14. They also aided in the " March of Dimes ' , the proceeds of which went toward the course of infantile paralysis. During the athletic season, the Rah! Rah! sponsored pep sessions and sold candy at the sectionals. Aside from their duties, the girls had a dinner and theater party for the new members of the club. A lilting climax for the year was the annual party lor the athletes which was held in the gym. May 1 3. 1959. Sponsor. Mr. Virgil Likens First Semester Officers Second Semester Officers President John Besl President |„|,„ Best Vice-President Earl Nelson Vice President Dick Donavon Secretary .Glenn Mast Secretary Glenn Mast treasurer Boh Gilbert [Yeasurer Join, Harman Social Chairman Ward II lin Social Chairman Ward Hamlin Characterized by theit activities (as well as by their noise) lli - Fighting lillx organization has long been Known as .1 c lul thai lias a way ol getting things done. Their support ol athletics was especially noted this year in their grand pep sessions. The members ol the club who were not supporting the school by their performances on the Football field and basketball lloor were doing their bit by ushering at Lianas A noti( cable in lease in the ( I ub s attendance was noted w hen the box s entertained the eirls iu a treas- ure hunt followed b a dance. loln. ' s place was the scene ol the annual stag banquet ol the 1 lub on Max 22. 3 i@ty. J in JsdtowA, Page Seventy ihr Sponsor, Mi ( .iHpi J i H a I irsl Semes eiBmfirg B J President- Vice-President Earl Nelson Secretary Glenn Mast Treasurer Paul Stark Program Chairman Charles Russell Social Chairman Bob Gilbert Devotional Chairman Ed Johnson Sergeant-at-Arms Dale Swihart Second Semester Officers President John Harman Vice-President Earl Nelson Secretary Glenn Mast Treasurer Paul Stark Program Chairman Dick Fawcett Social Chairman Dick Donavon Devotional Chairman James Warrick Sergeant-at-Arms Patsy Ronzone The Hi-Y became known as a very ambi- tious club this year through its various activi- ties. By the middle of the first semester the HiA boys could be seen proudly displaying their new sweaters. I )uring the first semester they sponsored a dime line, the proceeds ol which were used (or a party for the poor children; they also bought baskets of food for the needy. And last but not least, they bought a couple of pictures lor the high school. The Hi-Y earned money for the club through selling candy at the basketball games and by selling pencils and other novelties during the year. The social activities ol the club were ushered in by a Halloween party which was held at the Y.M.C.A. Next came the annual stag party which is always famous lor its feeds . A Senior farewell party wound up the social activities for the vear. ( YVUruL WjuntoMu, Sodif SuUdsAdu, SpvriL Sav hA. Page Seventy- jour tfihL HaamwslIl. $ailWL ACTIVITIES 1 he C iirl Reserves met every Wednesday after school al the .W.C.A. al which time many varied and interesting programs were presented. Some ol the main events of the year were the Photo party, the Faculty lea, the Pa, Ma. and Me Ban- quet, and the Style Show. A Sadie Hawkins dance was held in the V gym in April. And of course the G. R. s sponsored the Y dances on Saturday nights throughout the year. The G. R. conference was held in South Bend in February; the theme ol th e conference being " The I loosier ( riil: who is she? what does she do? what does she think? " I he last meeting ol the club was the senior recognition service held in May. Page Seventy (iv IBanxL President . ,£ . Vice-Presiri Secretary Treasurer Social Ch Librarian Assistant Librar Student Conduct David Hughes Robert Weltv . Willifred Alia Margaret Leist Herbert I rac I lie band, having won lir-,1 ifjCte ' hm ' Mm VjBB spring, is entitled to go dim 1 1 y w ;$.« ||§hB ' e " the contest this year. I hr ll.lllll .111(1 III! ( • • — t I £ ■ |aW t0Ui VI l lllll ' l f-l illg certs were: Warren Shelh ' gj j jy relj. Jai k Cr6$||)||i and I li .• Smilh I ),, i,l hi-nriHt, Jr.. ..I 1 1 ,.- i, Iml,!-, Sn,n composition for piano and bj|l gggg£k-e ' ' on the «|ifp Caroline Leist -Gayle Grove Betty Correll Forrest Stoll Jean Kriegbaum Robert Thomson Richard Burdge Bill Miller, Gayle Grove Director Associate Director String Instructor Office Manager trd Botts . 3 Band Contest in Elkhart last I " 10 and does not have to compete in ear. Soloists appearing on these con- loll. Gayle Grove. Margaret Witmer, h School of Chicago played his father s nuarv 27. ic fe ' r S llti -vo i ioiic ( tiartet composed of Jack Crow- son; a ' jljfe;«|(i ■(( ' composed of Ed Johnson, Betty Hol- (( ompVs OT borrest Stoll. Marven Stevens. Betty Cor- il of WiSr!t aHrhtJley. I homas Butler. Mary Thunander. uiiii ' t. (Iii:iH .iV » ( aroline I eisl and Ed lohnson I he band wenl to I etroil on Man IJ a fe J 1 lo Educators National ( ' onferem e and " W si ImI were received very enthusiasts alb b hotflPpjgfttjjilSk oeveral unusual ensemmfts 3WB¥J| ley, Donald Gray. Ralph Mnn a=Mp| deman, Jean Miller. William W.ifc, rell, Gayle Grove: precussion ens y|iik) h ' obeil Hudson and l.n L I ' limii- af ilteOrtd I he offii ers ol the band and ok hestia ( SftjaSH l This group discusses different problems llijf$afil na ke££sfij$ and has proved a very successful type of fttoi W govenui A Supressed Desire ' party on November was enjoilpl ment of the Elco Theater entertained the band and on he|g|$ supper for the parents and friends of both organization uary 1Q. The eight flag twirlers were an added attractiori fo games and received many favorable comments. Mr. Ed girls. ' ill? " ' ' ' e ' as ' g enera l session of the Music MKIit. J hey gave two very fine concerts and eets with Mr. Hughes each Monday noon. ons that would better the organization. oth the band and orchestra. The manage- i theater party on November 28. A pii nic I in the High School Cafeteria on Jan- and this year. They performed at the football k. drillmaster ol the band, drilled these eight Page Seventy-i mmaimwMmm i » I . lJl V - Row : (reading From Lit In right) Leist. Carol II son. Robert; Artley, Mari- lyi n; CI, £ M trgaret Miller, lean; Holde n, Betty; lohnson, Ed. Rorr 2: Simmons. Dorothy; Schiltz, M.,rv Lou; Mills. Margaret; Mead. Merrilyn; SI afer, Phyllis; Williamson. Maxine; G s. Robert; Whitmyer. Harold; Hutchenreuter. M ir celle; Demorest. Levit; Long, 15,11; Lee, Verna; Gray. Donald, Hosier. Delnris; Hen- de son, Betty; Keech, Mary Ann; Crowley, lack. Ro,r 3. larnsxNorll,, LeMoyne; Shelley, Betty; Kehres, Manor,,. Balmer, Ruth; Lor en . Bill; Parmer. Norm.,,,; Blocher, Ruth; Shelley. Dick; Shupert. Bill; Lerner. Lowell; Gordon, Martha; Tyrrell, Hubert; Fillio, Rex; Crawford, Bob; Morgan, Ralph; Himel gh, Eugene; White, Margaret; Kilgren. ( lerald; Hardwick, ( ieorge; Harp, Richard; McDowell, Paul. K ' o.r . Yeoman, Eleanor; S le. Mai n... base, Betty: Whisler. Beatrice: Hoyt, l-rances; Stahly, loyce; Osborn, Bill; Burdge, Richard; Blessing, Boh; Thornton, Victor; Miller, Bill; Wakalee, lean; Stevens, Marven; StoII, Forrest; Henderson, Bob; Thornton. Harold; Yoder, Man lean; Gardner. Richard; Franklin, Bob; Grove. Gayle; Holmes. Charles; White. Betty; Huffman, Chester; Be,,,,. Hubert; Brown, Audra lean; Bartmess, Bob; Wallin. Vivian; Correll, Betty; Duesler, Norma; Bibbo, 1, ,s; Schult, Mi Kreigbaum, 1..,,, Row ' , Oberhauser, Louise; Mollenhour, Lyle; Palmer, Ralph; Woker, Garman; Herri,. I„„. Correll, Ed; Bailey. Art; Fillio, Corvin; Hod ,,. DeVon Row 6: Ziesel. Margery; Brown. llendora; Shelley, War,,,,, 1 eist, Margaret; AHard, Willifred; Himebaugh, Muriel; Broadbent, Marie; Hosier, David; lakes, Albert; Botts, Richard; Miller, Albert; Tracy, Herbert; Hudson, Bob: Proseus, Jack; Wilson, lames; Butler, Thomas; II nder. Mary: Hughes. Davi.l; Welty. Robert. lfcsentees Bett) Ann Baker. Page Seventy-seven Spooks iidu mirutd I Oder resident ice President „ l.uy - - .-- ||||ter ; ial 0fehmrt,i ! iWian ShidentH David Hut Robert WYIlv . Willifred All.n.l -- - -If Margaret Leist I In- on hestra gave lour ( one ei ts ith the ban j( l lb ' i£ and were very well received. OhchmJbia I Warren Shelley Paul McDowell smlatiL PressI , Howard LI, i Mm i Marsare-I Windmill. , ..Anns. Ma.sl. Pa.d McDowell , .limine 1 1 1 - 1 division ill lln- X.iliciliaJ ( filtk ' xl »t ..oll Alter w directly to the National Regional No. O r( ' 4 t ff|%ftj, without competing in tlie stale or district ' ,n , ' ' (ffi54 W ' ? J lie following soloists and ensembles i on||)i ' le r ' wiij3 j5 | f ( li.in.i I inli- ill i 1 111 1 1 ci I ion wild I In ' )n lies I i ,i i oiite t : ( iSiytc ( mi McDowell, Student Conductoi ol ( )i licslr.i- .if (|ft Mf ( rerald lewis, violins; Warren Shelley and M ty White, harp; Betty Buchanan: string bass: Bjfl ' JBTHWjigiWB l cornet; Caroline heist, clarinet; Paul McDowell, bas.oon; Warren Gerald Lewis. Marjorie Leonard. Kathleen Smith, Olive Smith, ai Quintet, Howard Christner, Jack Crowley, William Long, Paul McDowell and Paul Pressler; Saxo- phone Quartet. Jack C rowley, Donald Gray, Ralph Morgan. Robert I homson; Flute Quartet, Ed John- son, Betty Holdeman, lean Miller. William Wayne. his is the largest group ol soloists and ensembles Elkhart High School has evei sent to the National Regional Contest. These soloists and ensembles were entertained at a noon luncheon bv the Lions Club at I lolel Elkharl on vvednesday. May 10. i ociate Diic tor i String Insh tic tin Office Manage, y well trained soloists appeared hio in 1937, the orchestra went ibolis on May 18, 19, and 20 SflpiM " X " " ' Contest held ill III Studeirl i ' in 1 1 M 1 1 ii ol the Kami , I ' a u I : Virginia Ludwig and essler, French horn; Bet- Ive, baritone: Forrest Stoll, Shelley snare drum: String Quintet. nl Muriel Himebaugh; Woor triiid Page Seventy-eight Row 1 Ludwig, Virginia: Lewis. Gerald; Snook. Joe; Shank, lanice; Lewis, Mary fene; Himebaugh. Eugene; Himebaugh, Dorotby; Smith. Olive. Row 2 Wil r. Margaret; Leonard. Marjorie; Winter. Roberl Wise. Kathryn; Bennett, Maxine; Scott. Deloris; Holde Betty; ( hristner. Howard; Crowley, lacli II Robert; Keech, Mar, ,„, I ineberry, Helen; Brown, Audra lean; Duselc. Beverly. Row 3; Miller, Jean; Byers, lack; Mollenl Phillip; McDonald, Wilbur; Petlit, Barbara; Ingram. Gord Miller. Albert; Wayne. William; Klingler. Mary; (ohnson. Ed; Leist. Caroline: Yeoman. Eleanor; Scott. LaVern. Peters, luanita; Lines. Marimohn; Clawson. Nellie: Snook. I lisabeth; Miller. Geraldine Row 4 Rose. Lydia; Decker. Catherine; Jarrett. Ralph; Guyer. Geraldine: Farley, Wayne: May, Weldon: Hall, lack; Abbott. Bertha Mann. Ruth; Russell. Marilynn; Nankivell. Myrtle; Lorenz. : Tyrrell, Hubert; Pressler, Paul; Kilgren, Gerald; Hardwick, George: Harp, Richard; McDowell. Paul; Leist. Clara Ann; Welter. Norma: Zinn. lean: Clark. Phyllis. Row 5 Burdge. Richard; Miller, Bill: Stevens, Man-en; Stoll, I orresl ( orrell. Betty: Grove, Gayle: Huffman, Chester; Correll. Ed: Bailey. Arthur; I riday. Ann Marie; Aishe. Alvarita; Reynolds. Sarah; Schiller. Arthur; Broadbent. Marie; Replogle. Rheba; Buchanan, Betty; Himebaugh. Muriel. Rot 6: Carter, Stanton; Shelley, Warren; Marsh. Ann.,: Wilson, I ■-. Hudson, Bob; Brown, Lewis; Hughes, David; Welty. Robert: Leist. Margaret; Allard. Willifred: Botts. Dick; Hosier. David; Oakes, All,, I. [ " racy. Herbert Xv iaT Xv Woodwind section ol the band hard at work- Just a glimpse of the drum section — Jim Wilson. Tom Buller, Bob Hudson. Mary Thunander, and Ja k Proseus. Preview of ibe Hag twirlers. left to riylit. Nellie Deal. Ruth Jolinson, Betty Lou Johnson. Phyllis Kauffman. Mary Elizabeth Smith. Phyllis Peck. Marjorie Leonard, Maxine Crouch. Forres I Si nil anil Caroline Leist practice for a band concert. The brass sec tion ol the band blasts out for Mr. Hughes. The camera-man caught Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, and Mr. and Mrs. Welly off guard at one of the Music Department s parties. I ' uje Tig ' ily Left to right, the batton twirlers, Virginia Ludwig, Naomi Work, Lewis Brown (drum major), Ernestine Franklin, and Dorotliv Simmons. Olive Smith, cellist and Stanton Carter, pianist, take time out to have their pictures taken. ihese bassoon players make up a small part nl the Orchestra, but are very important. THE STOOGES. Albert Miller. David Hosier, Richard Botts, Albeit Oakes, and the head . Herb Tracv. Elkharl llioh ' s K,u,d in formation whirl shows how they win national honors. JW Etg lly dijc iirjMv one m Row I Yerke, Maxine; Flanders. Betty; Haines. Hervey; Warner. Viola; I is, Beverly; Butz. Ruby; Warner, Geraldyne. Her- man. Marion Row2 Steele. Dick; Connor. Mary Margaret; ScKenk. Vivian; Hively. Richard; Pontious. Anna May: lackson, CKarles; Toomire. Phillip; Long, Marvin: Sitert, Ray; Farley. Belly; Grise. Virginia; Hayward. Doris; McCoIlough, lean; Mollenl r. Phyllis -. ' „„ 3 Benn, Mariellen; Click. Betty; Chester. Richard; Nihart, Harold; Stafford, Bill: Miller, Dick; Grove. Merrylynn; Bergstrom, lii „; Walker, Marjorie; Snyder, Lorraine; Fahnestock, Phyllis. Rou, Welty, Robert; Mart,,,. Brace; Wilcox, Ned; Larson, Ray Absentees: Wight. Don: Rhodes. Dorothy; Dunker. Ruth; Havens. Don: Brown. I ewis (RcAAAVfL (Band The Reserve Band, which is under the direction of Robert Welty. Associate Director of Instrumental music, acts as a feeder band. Members are taken from this band For the marching band and as substi- tutes in the concert band. Some freshman members of this band play in the Junior High School Concert Band which entered the contests for the first time this year, and placed in First Division at the State con- test in Goshen, Saturday, May 6. The Reserve Band also marched with the Regimental Band when they, together with the E. H. S. Marching Band, formed the outline of the State of Indiana at the Elkhart-Rensselaer lootball game. The Reserve Band was started when Mr. Welty came to the Elkhart School System in the l.dl ol 1936, and has made rapid improvement during the past three years. Page Eiglily Itco $Iaa, Club Officers President Bernadine Sullivan Vice-President Catherine Webster Secretary Margaret Witmer lieasurer Jack Weirich Social Committee Norma lean Miller Howard Hapner News Reporter Norma Jean J odd Librarians Elmarie Trover, Fred Revll Paul Shaw, Ruth Nell. Phyllis Peiffer Attendance lakers Margaret Johnston Jean Morre, Lois Badke. Accompanists Stanton Carter. Margaret Whitmer Robe care-takers Helen Martin, Iran Alice Hursh. Waller I [emphill, Mary Hill. Elsa Schmidt, Jack Warlick. Director Miss Geraldine Drurv The ( dee Clul made I) is made up VN ho air limbic allx im line of bo I he i lub is divided into three groups. I hex are: Mixed chorus. Girls ( dee Club, and Boys Glee C lub. J he mixed chorus is made up ol seventy- Lour selected voices. I hey gave a concert Decembers, before a large audience, making an impressive picture in their blue robes with white collars. 1 hey also sang lor the Central- High School Parent Teachers Meeting on January 12. An Operetta " An Old Southern ( !ustom " was given on heb. 8 and 9 before a packed house. Bernadine Sullivan, C atherine Web ster, Norma Jean Todd, Jack Weirich, Har- old Lichtenberger, Walter Hemphill and Joe Shreiner handled the leads very well. A party was held in October out at the Box Scout C abin. At State Teachers Association, in Soulli Bend, twenty-five members were selec ted to sing in the mixed c bonis. ( )lal Christianson, of Oberlin C ollege, w a - the dine toi . C atherine Webster, Bernadine Sullivan, Harry Kaser, and lames Fullei are the solo ists. A box s octet and two girl s sextets also L ' i c special programs when i ailed upon, and the entire group sang several assembly pro- grams. Pag, I igfilj ihrei Friday. March 10. the Junior class proudly exhibited their dramatic talent when Agatha s Aunt by Sidney Toler was presented after many weeks of hard practice. This romantic comedy is about a girl, Agatha Kent, who is so intent on making enough money to keep possession of the Oak Knolls estate, left to her by her great aunt Agatha, that she advertises for summer boarders. Finally a young New Worker, Burton Forbes, who is temporarily blind from a recent illness, comes to the Kent place because he once visited there when he was a boy. Burton believes he is dealing with Agatha s great aunt, so Agatha decides to carry out the deception. Everything runs along smoothly until Ridgley Warren, a friend of Burton s, visits him. Agatha hastily packs off her imaginary great aunt and as- sumes the role of a cook. I he fitting romantic climax comes when Burton suddenly recovers his sight and Agatha reveals herself. THE CAST Jim Doolittle Ralph Duckwall Zaida Finch Bette Lou Miller Deacon Wiggons Robert Kurtz Mattie Simson Mary Ann Keech Bessie Carp Mary Virginia Burrows I loward Kent 1 Robert Malm Phemie Tidd Mildred Castetter Agatha Kent Eleanor Shank Lem Mason William Johnson Burton Forbes George Jackson Ridgly Warren Jack Salisbury Mrs. Knox Patricia Stenberg Julia Studley Sarah Reynolds Page Eighty-four PS • m %j i ; QnJbwduoL J hat $M (paiAy. On May 12, the Senior Class presented That Girl Patsy " by Sumner Nichols. Many weeks of rehearsal, after school and during the Spring vacation preceded the performance. The plot concerns the adoption of Patsy by Mrs. Warren, a kind-hearted, philan- thropic, society matron who believes that home environment is the first essential for proper bringing up. Patsy proves herself a clever girl by exposing Phillip Greer, who has been black- mailing Julia Warren. She also brings to light the true character of Violet Manners, a schem- ing socialite, who is marrying Bob Warren for his money. Professor Orlando Powers and Fred Coulson are suitors for the hand of Julia War- ren and their proposals in the third act promote comedy sequences. All ends happily, however, when Bob Warren finds his true love in Patsy. ttlP ' ■■$y JhaL 3M i W li R SI K )R PLA1 S| ' H t Lucille Voekerl Mrs Warren Gloria Sarantc Professor Orlando Powes-.Donald Wold) lulia Warr „„ Rnnell Bob Warren Gordon Sinning Violel Manners Rae Shake Mr Warren |„|„, Williams Pa ' y loanne Watson Susie Dorothy Haeb Phillip Gree, R„l,., r ,l Holmes Denny Monahan Walte, Lerne. Norton Wells I) LI Barthol „ Miss K„L Ema | |„ l|l|Mi Miss Morris Ber lelte Haskins F «dCoul „ .....JackOIA Star loann, Watson V Pa sy. ' I " ' orpl wail befriended by (he Warrens, who exposes Phillip Greer for the black iler he reall, is Star: lohn Will As Mr Warren, the ssful bus " ' " " " I keplical ab Mrs War ren ' s friendly intentions in the Rosen I Club Star Gordon Sinning V Bob Warr „ hero! Patsy ' s true l°ve. w] I Is in testing th, love ol Violel Manners. s l. " Richard Hoi - - Phillip Greer, I sell Hiss Hiss! II, slops .it hing to extorl husl nej lulia Warren Star Ann I i II Poo, lulia! She , decide bel n Professor Po, ,„l Fred ( oulson. V " N| «™. »»■ -I- g I, gold diggei Professor Orland Powers, himself, (I - phychologically speaking FredCoulson, who leads the professor in ad chase for the I I ol lulia W Mrs Warren, the kind hearted socieh ran who brings Pats) into he, I Sum.-, the Warren ' s maid, who gels quite ■ aled al Denny, the gardener. Denn, M han, the gardner, who is willing to bet that Pats) is Irish M " Harpe, il .crintendenl ol th, R .d I lub i ■ it se ?nis ' 1 f o ' Of °0 , ' 0,.. V I,. f O -J v Page Eighty eighl come first. , tr sS- during , ute « ' lV .taduation, 1 -» » TJ C !M st n g l ilXe small schools - 6-man botbal - ,„. „„, .».„ cKance, andW ba gtobea U)1 . some time-so , oai n Pngr highly nine ar 1 Ksaddu Harrison Berkev— .Vsst Football ami Basketball His duties .,- assist; ,„,lh a || coach give " K.,t,l, il,e responsibility „l develop,,, lh lr„, looking nve, ll.e records we se, l„ Las a might) good job. I lis line road. inn developed main stars for I IIS. I le ,U„ I. .,s rhargi .,1 ike In ■.1,„„„ .,,,,1 sopho , basketball teams on elllr— hontball his |,,„rlh • •„, ,,l i;il.S I Ion t !„s host team Inde, I.N capable .ml., me. the ' 58 grid team w.m the pionship In, the l.r-i in Elkhart ' s history. II he keeps -ood work, we will hear a lot him and I... team ' s accomplish Raymond Sort nson — Tenuis [ " he nnly roa jjITis an alumni ol E.II.S. " Hap " has turned out m.u.v line teams as a coach here and has developed mam line players. The aeeon„,l,,h,nents ( from In- own playing have brought him y lam, ,,- well as his tenia- teams It) 1 1 v I ongkeli nw— Basketball II I coach ever to develop teams t„ win conference honors Inr four conseculm ,ars. His teams have alwav been wi,,n, ,, judging from his n, li.evemenls t,, d.,1, . wejJSyl.e is one of the bf hosfegiU . narhe-s in the slate. I IaROI D Wise-Go. I, Wise has LadonK a- I , „„p,l,l„m thusiaslic A ■ II. r himsell I. jihcW bis call d„,,,H really g„ pi. rt. As he is I i- iiilerested| inacfS I I vn r KtRR— Baseball sAWioughTa bail has just staffed. I ' oath Kerr has a schedule lined up for , anlerence tompeliliun Iron, all in.h, aliun-. it looks is will be up among the best MA C. BOOM — 7 ' rar k (i i id oss ( otmlrx ' ■ ,na,h ide,,lil,..l - ill, I Ikliart High . S. h ASMRnXr ol years. " Chelse ■ by good teams and constant ly son lh. Imaf fe competition and gener lighF JL m ■ : JTS " V «J V € V »,« ' Si I Xookinq. OvsOc UfUL flsu hdA. was (Ji-ears The 1938-59 athletic year was noH the most successful. Basketball and foot™ in their history. With the early predictions giving E BlazerssBrryas ed them by almost winning tl ran th gayjnftierk season defeating all oppo play. By vtom|ffi2 ' h Eastern division of N.I. to play EmersoiEnr thVN.I.H.S. championsh game, they lost tcw|£mersorKl2-c). This game Emerson used a pR%f, ho f»4»+(dssed tl near to to win their t of the semi-final Using the words of C school " . With the year s team win be m have Coach Longfelh season. The Elkhart Blue losses. They placed eig sectional title, placed twelfth in the stat Making the 38 team pla state. The tei put into eft tournament a hut look out Golf is one of golf, the team ftnii for lourth at the cc The newest sp many Fellows and new method was ; r ' I i each team entered a ery high in the tournament, that it was the lirst year for oth matches played and tying though it is really going to interest in the future. A schedule was lined up for this spring with other schools in the conference. Although the boys have not had much inter- school experience, they have been playing in other leagues around the city. All ol them will do their best to get baseball up with the other sports. Page Ninety one Captain Howdy Elliott — Fullback A hard-driving Fullback who made il lough going Foi nj op posing linemen. His ability to hit the line won him all-confer- I third all-state team lion Glenn Mast— Tackle Glenn was -I valuable to the team for his punting ability I I. proved his worth man) limes when he punted from behind his own goal line to get the team out of " danger " . Im Simons— Guard A hard fighter, lim, played regular throughout the season 1 1, was ,i big worry to many op- | ; I se .J his Fast charging, hard blocking, and particularly, his terrilii tackling Louie Kasamis— Guard Small but mighty, this .1. minutive yu.ir.l I.I... k.-.l the was For man) a thrilling run II. was came through at the right times. Ken Hershberger— Halfback " Kenny " although h, didn ' t -...re .. mam points, was one . l tbi i. .... ' - leading ground gain ers II,- was ., dependabh blocl ing bach always in there doing his part. Pane iVincly dr.. v. p 1 - ' A ' ' " ' ' • " ■ ' ■ - ' .■ ' ' ■ , - • ' ■ ' ■ ' ' ■A fete ■ ' lelisf - ( 1 hie, ,„, ' oil.,...,- ami .1 m, k showed In- voli . A 16 tS lr. „i, „.kI II through il.e s, m,,„,lv,,l B ' s the -els. i ; . ' ' ' ' " ' - : , -. ' ' . ' " ' ■- rs ' ■■ " Mgffim ■fi. KtR- 7« U:fc . l.h 6 ;,n„iJ„., bl .M,r ,w,:,ll " ..•...• I.is -,,,,,,! ,m, I ,Jr i„ il„ ' Ukf„.[,l .h,.| |P r,l ,,„| ,.|„. 0te«n „, „ v „ ||,. ' .,1- »,..UI wett .,, ■„ .,.„.,! ,.,H.r ' ■ • ' Iack ( ' i.ns-f enter Alternating with I apl I led Earl " Bud " Nel on, Bei son " proved that he was . .,,...1.1.- „l handling the pivot pos n He improved greatl) a tin sea irogressed Tom Elliott — Tackle " Pudgy " , one ol the te ' s heaviest men, proved to he a valuable alternate al the tackle itions With a little mor, i - 1 1 " ha S sing fu- ture in Football Captain-Elect Earl " Bud " Ni i son— Center I he team ' s choice foi the 1940 captain, y. " Bud ' s " ' rate pas- ses from the pivot position, along with his able blocking ability, proved him worth, ol th, honoi b, low, ,1 upon I bj his team in., I. Max Amikiss- QuarterbacK Understudj I,, " All-State " Swihart, Max should prove to be a leading factor in next year ' s team due to his fine perfoi nee when called ,„ this yeai MlKI I AT VM I I I — ' .in Will, ., hard reputation to live ,.,, to, Mike showed h pro ,i yeai II indica- I s he will do ., g I job " I ,1 Vaae Nlnrtylhr GRIDIRON Ron after th 1 Andress go IIm have ll. il pid " clean up ' res taken to Che- ap the rleade crowd s all set to uid team. lep up the pPap, helmet r " Heeler li The brains behind the brawn -Vclle and Berkc JooibalL Summahi ELKHART 32-FORT WAYNE 12 I he Elkhart Blue Blazers opened their 1938 grid se n will nvincing bi stly vi.l»n over l-url W ■ (V„tr.,l ll was Elkhart .,11 the »,„ | r „m start to Finish Cecil Bell, veteran end, was removed From the game as the result of ., tackle shoulder which kept him out lor a good share of the season ELKHART 50-BOWEN Playing against an inexperienced Bowen team, Elkhart displayed a hard charging line which pushed the Bowen elev,-,, .,11 over the Field. Ronzone, replacing the injured Capl Elliott, scored two touchdowns, to lead the team in scoring As in the pre - g Coach Vellei used " N men. thus giving the linden lassiiicn experience. ELKHART 30-LA PORTE 7 Elkhart started their bid for conference honors with a convincing win over La Porte. Again the score was divided among the plovers with no „„I,n„Iu.,I -l.,r I.,, I ' orte made their lone score against a substitute Elkhart team ELKHART 15-RILEY 12 In the Feature g e of the year Elkhart finally beat Riley, the team who lot two years cheated them out of conference and state championships. The game, because ol the rivalry, proved to be a hard and fierce battle. It was the last minute stand made by the hard fight ing Blazers and the untiring effort of Dale Swiharl which proved the margin With the score 13-7. two and one hall minutes I " go, Rilev scored ,, touchdown I I,, needed il„ exh nl to tie the score. Elkhart slopped the play, therebj winning the kej game ol the ELKHART is-MISI I.WYAKA Performing before ., r rd crowd of approximately 8,500. the Blue Blazers gave a record perfon gainst the much Feared Mishawaka Cavemen. They accomplished (hi task so complete!) that thej kept the I avemen out of Elkhart territory. The outsl ling Factors in theii win the hard-charging Elkhart line, backed up In ., del ,1 back- held. ELKHART 54-RENSSELAER 1 2 Elkhart ' s Blazers scored another runawaj over ll ,11 Rensselaer, Indiana te Dis- playing too I li power lor their opponents, the victory was evident at the halfway mark Coach Veller again used three teams, giving experience to next year ' s n. P„ue Niru lv four l I ' l R ( IN l II IES Ml Slo ,li,, him? Baker " on the loose " foi Looks like all the Blazers are aftei thai man-.s thai Fair7 Musi have been ., tie; Vel le, isn ' l happ, and he isn ' l ELKHART 58-GOSHEN () for the third time in as nj years the Blazers pra, I,, ally ran the ( Joshen Redskins from the gridiron rhis year ' s score with the previous one le the total Elkhart 127-Goshen [lis is larl, effective over the arch rivals. Goshen. A victory o ver Riley I a higl re over the Goshen te makes a successful season for am Elkhart team. ' ELKHART 55 MICHIGAN CITY 7 rhe Vellermen traveled to Michigan Cit, and ran awaj with tl ame and also clinched ll ference title. The righl to pla) the I, rson te was theirs. Elkhart really played heads-up ball, in a form that would do an) I rn division te ustice ELKHART 20-S. B. CENTRAL Playing their lasi regular scheduled game. Elkhart ' s Blue Blazers swamped the highl) pi :d S B I lentral Bears on then own field Again the co- ration ol line .,,,,1 backfield made the game the success ,1 was Elliotl and Swiharl turned in fine perfor nces as did the rest ol the team. EMERSON 12-I.I.KIIART 6 resting .1.1,., I For the firsl lime this sea the hard fighting Blue Blazers went down before the Emerson Tornados 12-6. Never stopping until the g was ended, the Blue ' s b.nklii ' hl tried ,it .iin .mil iig.iin I., [ii-ni-lr.it - llie l,,ru.ir.l walls " I Emerson but were stopped with bul one hdown. Glenn M :nded his high ..I I career ..I punting will ,., ol his punts being blocked .his defeal losl the Blazers the mythical championsl I In- ,1 At the end ol 1938 grid season, Elkhart ' s Blue Blazers were the champions ol the Eastern division N.I.H.S. conference lis lishing this, the) won the righl to pla) Emerson rary, the western i lianips, lor the championship el Northern Indiana rhis game was later forfeited to Elkhart b) Mr Spalding. Principal oi Emerson due to his discover) thai one oi the players used had passed his twentieth birthdaj Score Elkharl l-l mers rhis forfeiture aul II) le Elkharl Northern Indiana Conference Champions rhis is the first time in the historj ..I Elkharl High School thai we have received this title I oi the fourth year under the coaching .,1 Veller .,.,.1 Berkey, the Blue Blazers Finished .. verj successful se n The team this yea. had the mosl successful year ..I the foui I ach year Veller and Berke) have progressed nearei and nearer to llieir goal— a state champion- ship Maybe nexl year; onlj time will tell Page Ninety (ire ShoiA. o£ Uul 38-39 fiaduit SalL Ssoaok. I I Ml U - MIIK ' h l l (NSE I MM -I CTIONAL CHAMPS Ml I- righl I Eger: D Swihart: G Mast: II Elliott: E Nelson; W Hamlin 2nd ro« ( I, lohn Longfellow: M. Patanelli: B ,n Hill: I Bates: M Wrcss II I lark II KHARTS I III I Rl I DI RS ( hamps in their line ! , It to righl G lack- son; B. Murray: C Sinning. Back row B Forrest; I II as IHI SHORTFELLOWS Se n record-Won 11: lost 4 Lefl to righl Front row— Managers H C r and B Dillon Second row-B Heeter; I) Williams: M Patanelli: B. Hill. II Clark; D Stevenson: I Hart. Third row-J Buchanan: R. Monterero I VVallin; ( R ler; W W.I.K R I I - Warner. SasJadJbalL £hk$A I I,,- regulat seas I the ' 38 ' 39 Elkharl High basketball team was Fai better tban average, but vt I so outstanding For an Elkhart lean icbed bj lobn I ongfellow rhe team r, ..IK showed its power in the tournaments ..I the .1 1 ih, seasi Starting out the season b) winning the hrst Few games, thej used these to limber up and get rid ol a little raggedness, as mosl ol the boys had jusl Finished ., strenuous I I son. Playing as the se n progressed, the Blazers improved and were a little smoother each game Ml, r winning the first three gi is. thej were visited b) Fori Wayne North Side and lost a hard Fought battle to .. g I team 25 25 I rying something new. the Elk- hart tei raveled to leffersonville onI 5 to gel defeated in a Fierce battle 50 25 Mi.t playing games in their own section ..I the state the Blazers played -in a tourn nl ..I Michigan Cit) Thej were upset bj Michi gan Cit) in the First game but won From La Porte in the evening game The Blazers started into their conference pla) bj winning the first si games with little difficult; in anj ol the games except Nappanee In the battle with the Bull Dogs the Blazers were playing ., losing game until hall time, onl, in come back Foi the lasl hall to pla) ., game that is rarel) seen in high sd competition, The rail) put on I.n Elkhart was al I superhu n and the) finall) won [he game 34-31. fasting their first defeat in conference play, the Blazers were beaten b) ., d, lermined S B Central te 26-31. Elkhart won their final game From Goshen while S B Central v pset U the La Porte Slicers, thus giving Elkhart ami S. B. Central ., tie for conference championship. Hie Blazers breezed through their sectional with little difficult) defeating I oncord in the final g ■ 13-34 Winning their third consecutive sectional title gave Elkharl their tickel to lh« reg .,1- The) won their first g ■ From Wina. with little or no trouble. As Mishawaka won their First game. Elkhart played and defeated them in the final game 27-22 Elkharl had now won their first regional title sine, 1931 G oing into the semi-final with „ small chance nl coming out the victor. Elkharl played m heads-up ball ever) minute and defeated the Logansporl team 1 1 J- JEH Entering the final game againsl Frankfort, the Favorites to win ll title, Elkharl played the n even terms For over three quar ters. rhe strain ol playing boys l " , towered ovei them, not in abilit) l.nl in height, started its toll, two boys wenl ..„| wil leg c. ps and Masl ..,,1 with fouls ll was I rankforl Fron then on. the Hoi Dogs never stopping until the) had won ll„ state cl pionship. ll had been said the winner ..I the Elk hart I rankforl g would be the state ,1 Frankfort is now state champ. II Elkhart had won that gi mi.— but that is another ston BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Elkharl 55; Bristol 23 Elkhart 26; Niles 13 Elkhart 31: Wabash „ 29 Elkharl 25; Fori Wayne N. S. 25 Elkhart 27; Goshen 22 Elkhart 25; leffersonville . 50 Elkhart 51: Washington 15 Elkhart 51; Plymouth 17 Elkharl 50; Michigan City 52 LIUiart 58: La Porte 56 Elkhart 55: La Porte 21 Elkhart 52; Warsaw 26 Elkhart 50; Michigan City 27 EIkhart 36: Mishawaka . 21 Llkl,art 30; S B Riley 25 Elkharl 54; Nappanee 51 I -ILIii.rt 2 " : Fori Wayne CentraL.-IO EIkharl 26; S. IS Central 51 EIkharl 48; Goshen 20 Elkhart 5 1; Kendallville 28 .aptain Dale Owihart " Swig " I,.,. I n a Blue Bla lor three years, and " ill. this " S« il ' makes a spe, ially l In opponent s sel plays, I le was Ward Hamlin— Guard brig " , lite team ' s dead-eye ai urate passer, received many d hoi ors. He was Elkhart ' s first all-sl kel ,all player for over rwentj y, wa - voted tin- team ' s mosl valuabl an, receive,! tl„- plaque For ll„ per rentage ol free throws made Howdy Elliott— Center Although not the team ' s tallest Howdy was the Lest rebounder. H hounding off of both baskets saved game. Once Howdy got going, it to stop him. Chuck Eger— Forward Although Chuck suffered an ankle injury three weeks before tourney time, he re- covered in time to prove very valuable dur- ing the tournaments. His specialty was driv- ing in under the basket. Glenn Mast— Forward Leading the team in scoring. " Gable was not only good on offense but also we one of the team ' s best defensive men. H was the team ' s steadiest player and cam through at the right times. Page Ninety-eight MfMf Byron Barkman — Forward Although he had .. little tough luck in get- ling started ..I the lirs! ol the season. Byron proved very valuable al the close, especially in flu- Misliaw aka conference game and trie Winamac came at Plymouth Max Andress— Forward Due In illnesses, Max gol a slow slant I,. begin the season but he came around in line si proving I II ( .„ shifty and valuable as a reserve. Great things an- ex- pected ol I nexl year Jim Bates— -Center [ " he tallesi man in basketball as well as „, I ball, Inn used Ins heigl an ad- vantage throughout the season A little more experience ami lim mighl Live been a ree. ular Bud Nelson-— Guard Bud proved I sell to be I valuable Substitute. As lie is insl a junior lias year he shows much promise and " ill ! " ■ a verj valuable player next year. Miki I ' atanf.LLI— Guard Al the starl -I the se n Mike was nol supe toan 5 man on th ...I lean, Bj the end .,1 the se ,,. through his own de termination he worked his wa 5 to the t name sun thus winning himsell a letter SEC l )NAL Elkhart II; Middlebury 53 Elkhart 58; Goshen N Elkhart 26; Wakarusa 20 Elkhart 43; Concord 3-1 REGIONAL Elkharl 15; Win.,,,,.,, 20 I Ikharl 27; Mishawaka 22 SEMI-FINALS Elkharl ll. Logansporl 28 Elkhart 32; Frankfort 45 Wan 22. I.asl 6. Sard I II S 953 Ipponents " 25 Average: E.H.S 5 105 In 25. SO. C erence g es. Page Ninety nine m , 1 1 fia£qjjLQJbi iA Instead ol having many conference games during the season as in previous years, the Northern Indiana Tennis Conference held a tournament on Saturday, September 2-tth at Gary. The sin- gles were divided into I. II, and III flights. One doubles team from each school also competed. The residts of Elkhart team members are as follows: Flight I— Fawcett lost to Gardner of Whiting— 8-6; 6-1. Flighi II— Grove defeated Link of La Porte— 2-6; 6-2; 6-5. Grove lost to Baughman ol S. B. Central — 8-6; 6-2. Flight III— Harman defeated Anderson of Lew Wallace— 6 I: 6-0. Harman lost to Crammer ol I lammond — 6-0; 6-3. Doubles. — Jordan and Myers losl to the S. R. Riley doubles learn — -7-5; 6-4. E. H. S. 2 E. H. S. 2 E. H. S. o FALL Nappanee 3 S. B. Riley A S. B. Central .. 5 fiooruun rL I he Cross Country squad of ' 38 completed the most successful season that any team has en- joyed for a number of years. They placed (bird in the Northern Indiana conference meet, and lillli in the state which is a very good showing considering the large number of teams entered in both ol these meets. Dick Darr. the team s number one man made a very good showing as he won a posi- tion on the All State team. The first All State Cross Country man in the history of the school. As the first six men are seniors, the team will be made up ol inexperienced men ne l year, but Co ach Boone is always capable of developing new material. CROSS COl INTRY ( Elkhart 27; Mishawaka 29 Elkhart— — 39; Niles I6 Elkhart.. .—34; Fort Wayne N. S. . -21 Elkhart.. I7; Riley . 42 Elkhart 50; Central S. B. 25 Point Wins) Elkhart 27; Kalamazoo 29 Elkhart 18; Riley S. B. .. -40 Elkhart 27; Central S. B. .—28 N.I.H.S.C. meet. Elkhart, placed third. State meet. Elkhart, placed fifth. Wi JL-Vft fL ( poll is a comparatively new sport in our high school, being introduced in the spring ol ' 38. l that time Llkhart played two matches with Mishawaka, winning them both. Entering the conference meet, Elkhart tied for fourth place. A very good showing for the first year ol the spoil. John Williams. the No. I man. placed second low in the tournament. Prospects for this year look pretty good, with .i number ol the veterans returning. ' ,„,, One Hundred One dttuuL Siteaksu I he 8 Blue Streaks finished a fairly successful season of seven wins and two losses in regular meets. I liry placed lillli in the conference, won the sectional, and ended the season by finishing twelfth in the state. New records were set by Captain Dale Swiliart. also high point man, Ray Courtney and f lairv Stork. Dale and Ray tied for a new Rice Field record for the 200 yard low hurdles. Ray also set a new mark for the 200 low hurdles ai the Riley S. B. Field. I larry Slock, the third record breaker, set a new mark for the 880 yard run at Kiwanis Field. La- Porte; he set a new record for the same event at Rice Field. The previous all-time record for Rice Field had been held by Don Lash, now nationally known distance star. Garj Invitational Meet— E.H.S. eighth with 20 Elkhart 74; Warsaw 35 EIkhart . 83; Fort Wayne S. S 26 Elkhart 03; Goshen 46 EIkhart . 50; South Fiend Central 40 N.I.H.S.C. Meet-E.H.S. fifth with 37 5 6 Elkhart 40; Mishawaka 50 points. Elkhart 86; LaPorte 23 Elkhart 61; South Bend Riley.. 48 Elkhart.. 5I; Fort Wayne N. S. . ..58 Elkhart won quadrangular meet with | 2 7 Sectional Meet-Elkhart won with 75 points. P° ints - State Finals-Elkhart twelfth with 10V2 (Elkhart, Michigan City, LaPorte, Goshen.) points. 7939 (BcLh balL Summa u Since this is the first year for baseball, and as the team plays quite late in the spring, results of their games are unavailable. However, it can be said without these facts, that this first year of competition should bring out the fine points of Elkhart ' s baseball squad which promises to be one of the best in this section. Under Coach Lester Kerr, the boys have improved considerably, until the team is strong in every position. The following is the schedule for this year ' s team: Date ( )pponent Place April 25 Central S. B. There April 27 LaPorte Here May 2 Nappanee Here May 6 .. Riley There May 9 Central Here May 15 Nappanee There May 10 . Washington Here May 20 . Washington There May 27 . Riley Here May 50 .. LaPorte There Page One Hundred Two I i n Hnk — End A good pass receiver and a good defense man. who has had the necessary experien. . I en will prove to he a help to Don Vellers Blue Blazer team .,1 next year. Ray Troup— Guard Nexl year Rav will have the opportunity, for which he has oeen waiting, lo turn in the fine performance of which we thini him capable. Bob Hiblet— Guard Boh, lacking in experience, played ]iiit a Few names this year. With this experie we should he hearing a lot ahout him in the future. George Terlep— 1 tailback With two more seasons to de- velop his remarkable passing ability. George should he a big I I., the Blazers in the fu- ture along with his offense and defense abilitj Carl Remmell— Guard A tough hoy handicapped this yeai l. injuries, .irl showed much promisi this year. Were counting on a lot from him next Stan Warner— Halfback One of our two freshman let- ter winner- this year, Stan will be an outstanding player in the Future ii lie continues the good ,i Bob Brown— Halfback Boh was a substitute tin- year With ., little work on l„- offen- sive running, which is aided by the l.i. t that he is a dash man, he shows good prospects for next year ' s team Lrnie Glasgow— Fullback The other freshman letter win- ner, Ernie scored point- Foi thi Blazers this year to prove his of- fense abilits He also I howr, verv good defense abilih win. I, should make him valuable in the future. Left to right, Seated: J. Elliott, G. Ma Bell, Second row: I Olds, C. Eger, E. M.irhn. T. Elliott, J. Bates. Third row: Cataldo. C. Remmel, J. Forbregd. S. Y W. Cutler, B. DePemv. D. Chpe. S. Ull Hi In 1959 FOTBALL SQUAD t, K. Hershberger, L. Kasamis, Capt. H. Elliott, D. Swihart. J. Simons. G. Nanos, P. Ronsone, C. Nelson, M. Andress. J. Cushing, D. Donovan. M. Patanelli, D. Baker. L. Fink. B. Brown. K. Coach Don Velkr, W. Weldy, T. LeFevre, I Baskerville, G. T.rlcp, E. Glascow, R. Troup, P. rner. G. Harris. Coach Harrison Bcrkey. Fourth row: Sc. i:t M Podawilts, B. Mishler. E. Montencro. Schotf, C. Miller. Fifth row: Managers M. Hiatt, G. Kasamis, and D. s; L. Lewis, F. Champion, G. Chapman, T. Montagno; Managers J. Phillips and B. Heeter. 5- G- ti- 3aUi $jath L Left to right: K Clawson; I. Swine hart; M. Moyet; A Achherger; M .Batt ista; R. Battista; H Garrison . Second row — J . An- derson; P. Baron; R.,Speener; F. Spee- ner; M. Campbell; B. Puterbaugh; A. Buss. Third row — B. Ab- bott; S. Harmes; L. Clayton; H. Jones; M. Michals; Spon- sor, E. E. Zehner. Swineharl shows Ike resl how (.. .1.. .(. fhe G. A. As „,.. I he fourtli year or G.A.A. has shown great a hievement lor trie yirls. under the sponsorship of Miss Elizabeth Zehner. Pat Baron was awarded an Elkhart E and Irene Swinehart received a wall plaque. Ol I ICERSFOR 1938-1939 Presidenl lr,„,. Swinehart Vice Presidenl H.rx M„„t Secretaiy Treasurer Mary Battista S|i. rlv Reporters Maiy Michals, Pal Baron Social Chair i Mary Aman Serg, anl .it Anns I lelen ( larrison Secretary-Treasurer foi ' 38 leon Alice Hirsch I he girls engage in such sports as tennis, softball, volleyball, kick pin I .i 1 1 . shuffle board, and basketball. The ( r.A.A s sold , an.K al the Elkharl Bowen I ball game, The pro, eeds will help to buy new equipment For next year. - „,„. (),„■ ,„„ r,., Fil yiYiylYIYlYEtn ' i ' l ' ITI ' IYIVIN ' IYI . ' I ' liiiiviYivrnTrT ADVERTISI NG DIRECTORY Page Adams- Westlake Co. .... 108 American Coating Mills .... 109 Auto Specialties 146 J. A. Bell Co 112 Bell Drug Store 112 Berman ' s Sporting Goods 112 Big Shoe Store... ... 109 Biltmore Studio .... 110 Borneman and Sons .. 112 Boston Store ... 114 Blessing Shoe Store 1 1 1 Buescher Band Inst. Co 111 Calvert Coal Co 114 Central Drug Store . 114 Chicago Telephone Supply Co . 113 City Ice Co 116 Coca-Cola Co. ... 116 C. G. Conn, Ltd. ... 115 Curtis Furniture Co 116 Dally Lbr. and Supply Co 1 16 Day ' s Transfer, Inc. 119 Domore Chair Co. . . 117 Economy Shoe Store .. 119 Elkhart Amusement Co. 122 Elkhart Brass Mfg. Co. .118 Elkhart Bridge Iron Co 122 Elkhart Candy Co 122 Elkhart Clearing House Association 120 Elkhart Ice Cream Co 148 Elkhart Milk Council . 121 Elkhart Packing Co...... .. 123 Ferman ' s 1 1 9 Fieldhouse Real Estate 122 Finnell System, Inc. 124 I lander ' s, Inc. ... . 125 Fort Wayne Typesetting Co . 149 G.ihl Oil Company .. 125 George ' s Sandwich Shop .... 126 Goldberg ' s Men ' s Store . .. 126 Flerft- Jones Company 127 Dr. FT C. Higgason... . 127 Hossick Bakery 126 Madelyne Hummel ' s School of Dance ... 125 Indianapolis Engraving Co 150 Ind. Mich. Electric Co...... 149 Isbell Lbr. and Coal Co 128 Jet White Food Market .130 Keene ' s Klothes Shop 127 Krau Coal Company .. 128 Kuespert, Jeweler ... 131 Leedy Mfg. Co., Inc 115 Lerner ' s 12 8 W. F. Lilly Co...... .. 130 Page Lloyd Brothers .... 148 Lusher Motor Sales 131 Lusher Sales and Service 129 Martin Band Inst. Co . 132 Metal Forming Co 132 Metropolitan Life Ins. Co 132 Meyer Mortuary .. . 107 Miles Laboratories . 13 3 Modern Cleaners Furriers 134 Motor Supply Co 136 Frank Myers Men ' s Wear 134 Newman Monger Co .... 136 New Method Cleaners .. 136 North End Restaurant ... .148 Northern Ind. Brass Co . 13 5 Northern Ind. Pub. Serv. Co. ..... .. 134 Nu Mode Slipper Shop 136 Ira C. Mast ... 149 Mayor Clyde Paxson .... .. 137 Paine ' s Pharmacy 128 Pan American Band Orch. Inst 1 1 5 The Pedler Company .. 137 J. C. Penney Co. ... 138 Pickrell ' s Flower Shop .. 137 Q-N Shoe Shop .138 The Rapp Company. . .139 The Ronzone Bakery 138 Rosen Brothers ... 13 8 Russell, The Coalman 139 Schult Trailers, Inc 140 Service Candy Co 139 The Service Press .... 142 Shively Motor Sales 140 Sigmund Sorg, Inc. . 139 S. K. Smith and The David J. Molloy Plant 130 Smith Motors, Inc 141 The Stationers ... 143 Stephenson ' s 141 St. Joe Ice Co 144 The Style Shop ..... 141 The Truth Publishing Co 145 Turnock Hardware Co 143 The Charles Walley Funeral Home 144 The West View Floral Shop 143 W. W. Wilt, Super Markets .... 146 White Funeral Home ... 146 W. T. R. C. . . 145 Winer Coal Co. . 147 Wray ' s Ice Cream Company 147 Y. M. C. A. 148 A. G. Zelle Funeral Home 147 Ziesel ' s ... 131 .I.I.IJ.UI.I.I.M.UJ.UI.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I,I,I,I.M Howard " Howdy " Elliott — E.irl L. " Bud " Nelson WALTER G. MEYER Funeral Director Ambulance Service — Phone 68 Bernicce Keene Meyer, R.N., Lady Attendant 216 West High Street Elkhart, Indiana Opposite Main High School Entrance 1JJjil,l.l.l.l,l,l.l,l.l.l.l.l.l.l,I.I.I.I.T.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I,I.I,l.l,T.I,l.l.l,l,I.T.I.T.IJ.I.I.I.I.I. ' .l.l.l,l.l,l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l I.I.I.1.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.M.I.I.M.I.I.I.I.T.II I.I.I II II l.ri.l.l.U.II.IM Ti ll I I . I . I . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 .1 III II .l.l.l.l.l.r EH Page One HunJred Seoen | .,. 1 . 1 . | . 1 . | . 1 .| V | . | . | . | . | .|. | . | . | . | . | . | . | . f| . | . | . | . | . 1 . | . | . | . | . | . ) . 1 . | . | .|. | . | . | . | .|. 1 . |.i.|i|.ivi.,.|i,.|i,.|Vivivivii, |y | y|y|y m yivivivi i-.; i ' H ' «wii ' { i- i i v g Compliments of ADAMS-WESTLAKE COMPANY r. 1. 1 , 1 . 1,1 . 1 . 1.1,1.1,1,1,1,1.1,1.1 ,1,I.I.I,I.I.MJ.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I,I ' .I.I I l.l,I.M.I.I.I,l.l,l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l ' IJ.I.I.I.T.I.T.I.I.I.T.I.I.I.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.|-Tflll.l.l.i:i.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l. l I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.Il.lJLIJ l J aye One Hundred Eight " f|T l l l ' ITn l ri 7 , ri ' ri l ' l lTl ' H ' HTITrfrHTI , f ' l ' l i l ' l i l ' ri- VITITITITri ' lV i ' i ' ivivivi ' .MTlVlVlVl■.M M M ■lvlVl vlvlVlVlVlVlV l ■lVl ■l v l v l v l v l v l v l v l v l v lvlvlvlvlvlv mv v l ! Congratulations to the Class of 1939 THE AMERICAN COATING MILLS, INC. lm.M.MAi,ujjmiAiAim i m i m i A i. aMAi . aum i. ' . i . ' .i A |. | .|. | . | TITIT IYI T IVITniT ITITITITITI 1 ' IYI Yr. ' ITI YITITITIV IV g Your Family Shoe Store SHOES For the Entire Family at City ' s Low Prices REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES The Big Shoe Store 3 1 $ South Main St. Elkhart, Indiana ii.ii.il ii irrrrr 1 J. I .M. ' . I . ' .I. ' . I , ' .I, ' ,I, ' ,I. ' ,I. ' , I .M.|, I , ' ,I.|,I. ' , I Pago One Hundred Xi I IV I 4VIVIVI ' l lVI 4VI■i■IVl l ' . IVI■. l ■l l M l i■ ■i t ■ VIVIVI■i■lV VIVlY | V | V ] V | V | V | V | V | | | |V i l l l■l l ' ■I ' i ' r. ' i ' rnTnv i ' iTiTr rm V you. Can ' t- JGufi, 1939 " you. Can. facohxL 9L KEEP YOUR YOUTH IN PICTURES " ••CLAJ-EWs BILTMORE STUDIO Phone 447 Phone 447 Page One Hundred Ten •4VIYIVIVIVIV1VIVIVIVIVI ' . 1VIVIV , ' IVIVI ■ivivivivr; Buy Your 1 r ■ I if mU L L- iff I V lr GRADUATION H FOOTWEAR w " jB B yS at BLESSINGS Wk 1 xSl Elkhart County ' s Oldest and Best Shoe Store PlJ.I.I.M.I.I.IJ.I.T,I.I.IJ.IJ.M.M.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.T.T.TTl.TTT.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I Or -C A-r ' s jMMA Y i v i v i vrrrnv i Y i Y i Y i Y ivi .■■■.•■■.•■■■■■■■■■■.•■■■■■■. m 35EMm SB BSgB!BBg BBB35B 3BBIB3SBffi SBB BBBEBB C BB aA I A I A I .l, M . .I. M , ! . U l. ' ,l, i .l J ,I JXM . M , aM . Wjm Page One Hundred Eleven vivivivivivivivivivivi ' .MVivivr, ' ivr. lYiyiYiyiviviviviyi ' . TiTiTi ' lvm ' i School Books and Supplies Latest Fiction Party Favors and Gifts McCall and Vogue Patterns JAMES A. BELL GO. 320 S. Main Street ' .l. ' . l . ' . l . ' .l. ' . l . ' .L ' .IAIAI. ' .IAI. ' .l. ' .I.M. ' .l. ' .I.M. ' .IAI. ' . l . ' . I .M. ' .ia a IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' flVIV 1 V|., IVITITI ' ftVIVIVI ' ,T,TfI ' ,T, ' IVl-, IVTVIVIV T i TTi ; ' ■jvivivivivivivivivivi ' frrriTr yiYIYIYIYI ' .I iTO . •cr , Tennis Racquet Restringing One of the Many Sport Services You Can Get at BERMANS SPORTING GOODS 129 South Main Street B. E. SIVE, Owner Al.l,LI,l,l.l, ' .l, ' ,l.l.i,l,l,l.M,I.T.I,l.l.l,l.l,U.I,M,!.l. ' .l.l,l,l,l,I.!.l,l.l.l.l,I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IIIMI Page One Hundred Twelve BELL Cut Rate Drug Store Elkhart, Indiana DRUGS TOILET GOODS SODAS AND CANDY Phone 361 T. ' .TT, i. a ■ I.I.I.M.I.1.M.I.1.I.I.I.I.M.1.I.M.T.1 I.I.I.I 1.I.I.U.I.I.1.T.I.I.1.M.I.1 I.I 1.1 T 1 1.1 1.IT.1 T.I 1.1 J. IJ.l.I.lJ.l.l.rS I ' . ' i ' . ' i ' .T ' ivi YiYIYIYrrrr iviviviviv iviviTivivivivi-i ' iyivivr.T.Ti ' ivri ' in You Can Get It at BORNEMAN SONS Hardware Paints Kitchen Furnishings Electric Supplies Plumbing Supplies 62 Years of Service Elkhart, Indiana ir. ' .i.i.i.M ' .i.i.i ' i ' . i i.ii i im.iiii.M ' .i, 1 i .t.i i.T ' .i ,r, i m.i.i.t. i j,i,;,i,t,t,m ■ I ' l VlVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVPi ' lVIVIV I V I V I VIVIVIVITPilTIVIVI ' ■IYIYIYiymY I YmY|VIVlVIV ' V ' Y ' VIVIV ' Y ' YIV ' Y ' ' ' IVIVIVIVI ' . I YIV |YI Yl Yl . ' I Y|V I Y I Y I YI YIY E Chicago Telephone Supply Co. Manufacturers of Telephones and Switchboards Since 1896 Manufacturers of Radio Products Since 1920 ELKHART, INDIANA, U.S.A. LT.I.rl.lJ.IJ.ri.l.lTITITITITI.riJ.ITIJ.LIMririT!TrrtTITIAI.IMrr riTTTTTtTTTrTTTTTtrTT ' rTTTTT-ll T:iTTTTTTT| .L rTTTIXTm ' .l. ' .l. ' . l . ' . l . ' . l . ' J T .I. ' . l . ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .U ' . m . ' .l. ' .C Paoa One Hundred Thirteen f i ' . ' iviviviyiYIVIVIYIV I ' , ■, ivivivivivivivr. ' ivivivivivivi Y I YIVIY I vrilVIVIvr. ' IVlvrj ' IYIV I YIVIVIVIYIvr IV I Y I V I V I VIVIYI V ' vivivi i viviviviviviv iviviviviyi wrr With Best Wishes to Elkhart High School THE CALVERT COAL COMPANY ' Elkhart ' s Best Coal Yard ' .l.l.l.t.l.T.I.I.r ' .l. ' .I.I.I. ' .l.l.l.l.l. ' .IJ.IJ.I.I.I.l.l.l.l.T.l.T.l.T.l.t.l.t.l.l.l.l.l.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.l. ' .l.l.l. ' .l.l.l.l.l. ' .l. ' .l.T.I.I.I.M.I.I.I.I I.M.M.T.l.T.l.l.l .l.l.l.l.T.I.M.M.M ' . I.I.I.I.I.1.I.I.I.I.I J.l.1.1.1. 1.l. l.l.l.l.l .1.1 J.I.T.I.I.1 .1.1 .1.1.1.1 .I.I.I.IT TTT 1 t- r IVIVIVlVIVIYI ' i ' lVIYIVIVIYrrrri ' i ' lVI ' fr- ' IYI ' i ' ririVIVIVIYIYri ' lYIVIYIVIVIVIVIVi y i- l IYIYIYIY I Y I v l l ' v ' v ' Y ' v ' , ' v ' v ' V ' , viv i vlvlYl ' , ' l v i vr, ' iviv i v i Y i v r , r ,r, i ' l ' rrTVT CONGRATULATIONS E. H. S. GRADUATES And may our sincere best wishes be with you in your next step in life. fy)StOI foOTfe Coiiiplinic ifs of CENTRAL Drug Store Phone 10 ■ I I. I A I I A I A I A I A I, V I A l AlAiriA1AI J.I. ' ,l. ' . l , ' . I . ' . l . . . l . ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. l ,1, l .l, ' . | ,l, | .l, | ,l, | ,l,l. ' .IJJJj3 K . T .l. T . l .r i . l . l . ' . IXTTT r T . T . I . I . I . I . l . T . l . l . l . l . l . l .r i .VVII riT.IT.ri.l.l.l.l.l.T.I.I.I.I.ITII.I.ri.l.l.Vl.l.l.l.mxrf Page One Hundred Fourteen Airplane view of Conn factory, largest band instrument factory in the world. Equipped with the finest and most mod- ern machines and tools known to manu- facturing science. Champions Win With CONNS I ..Ji year in the State and National Band and Orchestra competitions CONN instruments are outstanding fa- vorites among the Champions! This is especially true in the solo contests where ease of action, quality of tone, and trucness of pitch are contributing factors which determine the musical rating accorded the con- testant. Conns are " Choice of Champions. " C. G. CONN, LTD. Elkhart, Indi. Pan-American §i Ml If. fife ■ BAND AND ORCHESTRA ' ' j INSTRUMENTS f?30 ARE C ft? ! Factory Guaranteed! y N SB " World ' s Finest Complete Line i of Moderately Priced Band and Jgi Orchestra Instruments " c} Made in Ei ki l rt, Indian .TO Elkhart High School ' s 100 ' , Leedy Equipped Percussion Section Just as big symphony and dance musicians favor Leedy percussion and mallet-played instruments tor their ex- acting work, n„,st nationally prominent high school bands use and enthusiastically endorse Leedy drum- mers ' equipment. j@2gfb Mfy- Cojnc. " World ' s Finest Drummers ' Instrument! Since 1895 " Page One Hundred Fi le ■| V I V I V I V I V I V I V I VIVIV I ' , ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' i ' |VITr City Ice Co. ICE Phone Air 5 6 Conditioned Ice 7 Refrigerators COAL I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ,I,I.I.I, I,I.I,I,I.T,1.I7.T.1.T.I.I.I,I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.IJ.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I, IVIVIVIVIYIVIVIVIVIV I V I ' i ' l ' i ' lV I Y I -i ' l Yi vivivivivr. ' iv ' i ' . ' i ' . ' i ' iTi ' f. ' iv i v i viv i v iTP Get a Handy Carton of Coca-Cola For Home Refreshment i.i.i.i.i.i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i,i.i.T.i,i.i.i.i,i,i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i , i . i . i .i .i.i.i.i,i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i,i.i,i.n.i, i. r . i , i . i , ! , i . C m mmgrnm mYlVri ' lYIYIYIYIYlYIYrri-.Ti ' lYIYIYIYIYIYI O v th year of satisfactory service in Northern Indiana Purtis V FURNITURE CO Elkhart Since 18S9 .■IVIVIVIVIVIYIYIVIVI ' . ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIYIYIYIYIYC ' IVIYIVIVIVIVIYIYIVIVIVI- I ' , DOVAI HOUSE PAINT Can be depended upon to give satisfactory re- sults. It works freely under the brush — covers well — and dries with a beautiful uniform gloss. We Stir Your Paint FREE On Our Electric Mixer Just Open the Can — and Go to Work nnf |V LUMBER i rmiiii m supply co. Phone 15 S 1 6 South Main St. . IJ ,.l, M . M . ' .I. M . M . M . M . M . ' .l ■ .I. M . ' ,I. M . ' .l, M . M . ' .I. M . | .l. M .. ' .,|. ' .l. ' ,l, M , M , ' , I , ' , I .M.M,M,M,l, | ,! lri3 B3B5 ' l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .I. ' .I. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' . l . ' . l . ' .IJ.I. ' . l . l . l . ' . rt.l . I . I J. I .M. I .I. I .I. I . I . I . I . I . I j l . l . l . l . l . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 .1. 1 1 TTTT Puge One Hundred Sixteen iT:T JYrnri m , iY i Y i Yr iin-: m , i TTr ' , ' viwwrarnmiYW Best Wishes to the Class of ' 3 9 Miss Josephine Sears in the Do More " Air-duct ' HH DOMORE CHAIR COMPANY, INC. Elkhart, Indiana Page ( »ne Hundred Sevente, n ■■IVIVIVIVIV IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI VIVIVI-. I .■IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI VIVIVIVI ' i ' I ' i . ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI VIV I VIVIYIVr . IVIVI-. I ' l VIV I V I V J ' f iaiM I Compliments, of ELKHART BRASS MFG. COMPANY Elkhart, Indiana «» .!.I.M.I.I.M.M.M.I.l.M.I.I.rr.VI.H.I.I.T.I.U.M.M.M.Urri. Page One H.mJr.-J Eighteen Ask Rae and Jean about Kirshmoor Coats at FERMANS FERMANS 308 S. Main Street MYlYIYIYIYIYlYIYmYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYriTlTlTlTrmYIYIYI Women s Beautiful Shoes Expertly Fitted Hose to Harmonize Economy Shoe Store 413 S. Main St. We Will Fit You Correctl iXLU rf v ' IVIVIVIVPfIWiTTTIVlVIVIVIVIVIV I Vi;, - y,-l ' , ' ITPi ' lvlvlvlvlvlvlvlvlvlvlv( ggga Day ' s Transfer Inc. We will do your moving swiftly and safely 27 Years of Dependable Seriie. l. l, l l, l M . ■ ,l , l, l. I , l■ l, l, ' J, l■ l , l , l ■ ' , l , ■ , l . ' ,l. I. T ,I. T .I, ' ,IJI !: i b . l . ' . l .i. i .i, i .i. i. i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i , i .i. i . i . i . i . i , i j, i , i , i . i . i . i , i , ! . i , i . i . T . i . i . i j. i . i . i , i , i . i . i . i . i .T. i , i . i .M. i . i . i , i . T , i . i Page One Hundred Nineteen i Y I V i y i Y l Yi Y r , M ym yi YmY i y i Y i Yn w j yiyjYjY i Ymy|y i Y i y i y i y i Y ASSURANCE This young man will have confidence in himself, because he has saved consistently — a bank account — to back him up. You, too, can have this assurance. Open an account today. First Old State Bank St. Joseph Valley Bank First National Bank Members of the Elkhart Clearing House Association Members of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation jjixujJMmimi:xM.u,OA i .M, i m i .M.MAL Page One Hundred Twenty Compliments, of ELKHART MILK COUNCIL CITY DAIRY COOK DAIRY EBY ' S GUERNSEY MILK GRADY ' S MILK CO. INDIAN CREEK DAIRY WAMBAUGH SANITARY MILK COMPANY ■ Page One Hundred Twenty n I ' l ' l ' IVIVIVIY ' 1 ' .■IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI Stud e u t s ! Win Guest Tickets to the Elco Theatre Just write an essay of not more than 200 words on-- " Why I Am Going to Sec the Motioi, Pie fn re, " WURTHERING HEIGHTS " Three prizes will be awarded for the three best essays submitted. First Prize — One month ' s cour- tesy ticket. Second Prize — Three weeks ' courtesy ticket; Third Prize — Two weeks ' courtesy ticket. Leave your entry at theatre box office. " WURTHERING HEIGHTS " Starts June 6 jv|., ' ivivivi.fivivi.,Mviv |Yr 1 MviYiYiviviY i Y i viY|V ivivlvlvr.-rTTTi-fi-,TTrr lviviy THE ELKHART BRIDGE AND IRON COMPANY Steel Bridges Structural Work and Foundations K ' .l. ' .l.i.l. ' ,l. ' .IJ.IJ.I.i.i. ' .i. ' .t. ' .i.i.iJ.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.ia.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i ' .i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i H r i . i . i . i .i 7.Tx i.ri.i.i.i. i.i.T.i. i . i r i .r i . i . i . i . ii i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i:i.i. i . i . i . i . t . i . i . i . i . i .i.i.i.i:i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.t.i. ' Y I Y I Y I Y l Y I V ' . ' IY ' VI ' .M.MYIYIYlviYl Y I Y I Y I Y l Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y l YIY I Y I ' i ' lY I Y ' VIYIVIYj ,MYtYtYIYtYIYlYIYIVI YIYIYIYIYIY IYIYIYl ' , ' IYI YIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYlYI ' i , ' Vlv ' v ' , i ' j Elkhart Candy Co. il.i.i.i.i.i,i.i.i.i.i.i.ij.ij.i.i.i.T.i.i.i.i.ii.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.T.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.ri.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i .i. i . i . i . i . i . i . i .i Page On P Hundred Tu enty -Turn FIELDHOUSE Real Estate 1 1 1 W. Lexington Avenue Elkhart, Indiana Established 1SS3 Photic n i7m i . ' .iA i ' . i . ' .i. ' . i . ' .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' . i . ' . i . ' . i . ' . i , ' . i , ' . i , ' .i. ' .i. ' . i . ' ,i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i, ' .i. ' ,i. ' .i, ' ,i. ' , i . ' . i . ' . i . ' .i. , . i . ' . i g mH IY1YIYIYIYIYIY1YIYIV ,,, l ,,, l ,i,|,|,,. l ,|,,,,, l ,,,i,,i,. l ,.ivivi.,.|.i.|.|.|.,.ivi.,.ivivi ,iyi ' , i r. .■lYiYiYiYiYiyiviYiyrvrrr? YELLOW CREEK TENDER CURED HAM Why not buy some and taste it? You will smile with pleasure, too. For other Meats of like quality and flavor, You ' ll know only YELLOW CREEK PRODUCTS could do. ELKHART PACKING CO. Elkhart, Indiana . ' .T. ' .l. ' .l. ' .I. ' .I. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .I. ' .I. ' .l.M. ' .l. ' .l. ' .r. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .I.M. ' .1. ' .I.M. ' . M. I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I T.I I.I.I I.I.I II I.I.I.I.T.I.T.I.I.|.M.I.1.I.|.I,|.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.T.|.TT.. ' „,,,• Our Hundred Twenty-Thr. Appearances May Be Deceptive Only QUALITY Sealers and Waxes can stand the traffic of thousands of feet daily. Finnell System is the pioneer in quality floor maintenance. Products For Sale Paste Wax Liquid Wax Aqua Wax Liquid Soaps Water Softeners Finola Scouring Powder Machines For Kent Polishers Scrubbers Sanders Edgers FINNELL SYSTEM, INC. 5 00 East Street Phone 944 Elkhart, Indiana Page ()„■• Hundred Twenty Four ■TI ' l-flVIVrvriTiTT ■f|. 1 . | .,.|.f|.frf ) .,.|V|.,.|V|V|.,.|V|. l .|V|.,.|V|V|.i.|.,.|., For You Diamonds Jewelry Silverware and Watch Repairs Flanders Jewelers 402 S. Main Elkhart, Indiana Wc Buy Old Gold AIAIA I A I A I .I.LUJJ. ' . I . i . I . i . I . i .!. I . I . I . I . i . I . i .I. i . I . i . I . i . I . i . I J. I . i , I J. I . i , I . I . I . I .IJ.I. i . i . i . i j. i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i . i . itit iMtflvivivivi vr i ' i ' i ' i ' , ' r, ' r . ' | V | v i Y|YiYiv ivivivi. , Mvr i M ' . ' r.Mv i v i v i ' , ' i v r, ' ivi ' , .r , T zr ; Gafill Oil Company Distributors of D-X GASOLINE • Diamond 760 Motor Oil • Pen nz oil ® Kelly-Springfield Tires • Cheerful Service ,IAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAlA:.l,t,r.lAIAIAIAI.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l. l.l.i.i.i.i.i.i.nir GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS of ' 39 DON ' T MISS THE " 1939 RHYTHM REVUE " JUNE 9th HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MADELYNE H U MM E L ' S School of the Dance 202 J 2 South Main Street Phone 535 Page ( nn- Hundred Twenty-Til VI , i vivivivivivivivivivivi i vi ' . . ' ivivivivi viviv i iv i viv i v iyprrr Congratulations the Class of 193 9 HOSSICK BAKERY Baked Goods Direct to the Home i.n.i.i.i.M.r.1 l,i.l,T.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l,i.l,i.l,i.l.i,l.i,l i,i.i,i.i,i.i.i.i,i.i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i . i . i . i .i ' l . i . l .M. 1 . For Good Sandwiches and Lunches GEORGE ' S SANDWICH SHOP 105 W. Marion " j.l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l ' l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .tT.r. ' .l. ' .l. ' .I.M.M. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .PT ' .TTX : Page I ne Hundred Twenty Six i v i v i vivi ' . ' l ' . ' i ' , ' ivivivivivl ' . ' ivi ' . ' ivivivivi ' . ' ivivi ' . i ' , ' lvivivivivivivivivivi ' . " f- ' ivivivivi ' i ' iYiYivivivivivivivivi nvv. .•ivivivivivivivivi ' .tttvttt Congratulations to the Class of ' 39 GOLDBERG ' S " Elkhart ' s Largest Men ' s Store " I . I .M. I . I . I . I . I , I .I.I.M.I.I.T,I ' .I.I,IMM.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.M.M.M.T.| I.M.I.I. ' .M.l.T.l.M.T.l.M .T.I,T,I, ' S 7T, v i v i v i v i ' i i ■■ivivivivivivi .■ivivivi-. ' iviviv i viv i vr . ' ivivivivr. Trr HERFF-JONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewelry, Graduation Announcements, Medals, Cups and Trophies Indianapolis, Indiana Jewelers to Elkhart High School i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.ij.».i,i.ij.i.i.ij.i,i.ij.i.i.i.i.i.!.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.M.i.i.i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.ra ' .■ivivivivivivivivivivivivi ' I ' , .■ivivivivivivivr. ' ivivi v i v i v i v i v i v iT : 85% of Our Knowledge Comes to us through our Eyes and 80 ' , of our muscular actions are controlled through the sense of sight. " Be Wise — Take Care of Your Eyes " Dr. H C. Higgason, Optometrist 4 14 South Main St. Phone 3038 We examine your eyes — and if needed, design and make your glasses in our own shop — at reasonable prices. T.T,I.I.I.I.I.!.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.IJ.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.M.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.I.I.I . 1939 " Snauiisail Of course ice refer to the 1 he suit that changed bathing to swimming Teene ' % r Klothes c Moot Shop .32J-3ZJ South Main Street Page One Hundred Twenty Sev ■TCivivMVWTrivivivi ' i ' ivivrfriTiTrrfi-nvivivivivivivlvivl ' iTi ' l ' jrrrriVIVIVIVI " . ISBELL 1 Lumber and Coal Company ' -. Tenth Street at NYC Tracks Building Headquarters : Let us help you with ' ■ : your building problems Estimate Free — No Obligations " Toot-Toot " ; Phone 22 : j ! IV I VIVIVIVIV I ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVmVIVr. ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' FRED LUNDQUIST Dependable Fuel VIC DANIELSON | . , . |V |. , .|. , .| V |. . .|. . .| y i yiyi W .| yiyiyiy i MOVIE FILM KODAK FILM Nenest KODAKS At Reduced Pric DEVELOPING PAINE ' S PHARMACY MARION AND SECOND ST. Prescriptions PRINTING ENLARGING LERNER ' S 113 S. MAIN STREET ' A Good Place to Eat " ' ,u i ,M.M.umfr . aMmi.umi.MmuiA i .MjaAi Page One Hundred Twenty Eight Imogene Keene Roderick Jordan Ann Finnell " Ask the Man Who Onus One " PACKARD Wins Beauty Crown Voted America ' s Most Beautiful Car On Display — W. W. Lusher Sales and Service 500 East Street Page One Hundred Twenty i ' iY i Y i YiviYiYri , iviviYi i i , ri , rriviYiY i , i , i Y i T i Yri , ri , ri , ri , ri ' ri , i Yri , ri ' i ' i , i ' i ' ii ' i , j . , ia ' vi ' ' , ' viviviviviv ' vi | ' | i | i | iT Use ECHO loose leaf FILLERS next school year and see the valuable gifts you can win. On sale at all stores. W. R LILLY CO. Distributors fyivlvlvlviYlY l Y I Y I YIYIYIY I YIYri ' lYIV I V I VIVIVI ' . TT iriTirijjjjj.iAiriri.iMjjjjj.i,i.i,T. i.i.i j.i.T.i,T.i.i.i,i.i,i.i.i.i.i.i,m.t,i.i,i.i.i,ij,i.i.i,i.i,i.i,t.i.i.i.i,i,i,ij.i,i.i,i.i.i.i,i.i,i.i,i.i, IVIVIYIYIYI MYIYIYIYiariYIVr. ' r. ' IYIYIYIYIY|Vl l ' , IVIVIVIVIVIVIYIVIYIVIVIYIVIVIVIVIV VIVIVIVIVIVIYI ' A complete selection of the Highest Quality Foods Free Delivery Friendly Service Fair Prices JET WHITE FOOD MARKET 121 S. Main St. 1067-1068 g.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l. ' .I.T.i.T.v.q.T.iTT.i.M.l.l.l.M.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.l.l. I.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.I.1.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.1.I.I.I.I.M.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.M.I.I II I I.T.I l.l.l.l.l.l.l.I.T.I.M.M.T.l.l.l.l.l.T.I.I.I.I.I.l.T rrr.l.M. .I.I.I. ' .I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.M.I.I.I.I.I.I.I I 1 ' rflvlviviYl TnTr r riTi ' l YIY I YIY I Y I YJYiviviYivivivivivivivivi ' JiviviviviviviYlvlvivivivivivivi ' . ' . ■!■. ivlvlviviviv l YIY I YIYIYIY I YIYIYIY I Y E mamgu a MOLLOY-MADE COVERS Covers for Good Books The David J. Molloy Plant 2857 North Western Avenue CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Pag. ' »ne Hundred Thirty gHrgmBffiBEBE BB3BBBgB£BEg Diamonds Watches " KUESPERT " JEWELER 5 14 South Main Street Phone 667 Gifts Repairing ;, l l.l,l.l.l,l.l.l,l,l,l.l,l.l,l.l,l.l,l,I.I.T,l,l,I.T.I,l.l.l,l.ll.l,l.l,l.l,l,l,I.I,l.l,l.l.l.l.l.!,l.l,l,l,l,l,l.l.l.l,I.V,l.l,l.l,l.l.ll.ll.l!t IflVIVIVIV I VIV I VIVI ' H ' H ' flviYITIVIVIVIYIY i v i v i Y i Tivivivivivivivivivivi ' c a Compliments of Your Dodge Dealer Dodge — Plymouth Dodge Trucks Dependable Used Cars Lusher Motor Co Elkhart Ave. at Bridge , ' .i. ' .i. ' .i, ' ,i. ' .i. ' .i.M. ' .i. ' ,i, ' ,i. ' ,i, ' ,i. ' ,i, ' .i, ' ,i, ' ,i, ' ,i, ' .i. ' .i.M„a!nCT Jane and Joanne modeling " Care-Free " Knits by Bradley Smart Young Things choose Faskions at ZieseTs How you young things get around! In your busy and exciting lives you need clothes . . . RIGHT clothes, and Ziesel ' s have them for you. They ' re in the know . . . your dates are heavy . . . your al- lowance light . . . you want fashions with " yumph " . You ' ll agree that Ziesel ' s summer togs were designed to make you the smoothest of the smoothies . . . and the prices so modest, Dad will " sign the check " with a smile. ZIESEL ' S Elkhart ' s Shopping Center Page One Hundred Thirl) Oru yiviviviviVIVIVIVIVIV I 1 . ivitivivivivivivi jivivivivy. ' iviviviv i v i v i v i YiviviYiv | vivivivivivi.,.|.,.|.. ,.iv i nv i v i v i v i. , i y i y i y i y i y i v i yiy i ym, . tttj Traditionally Supreme in musical and mechanical excellence Martin Handcraft Band Instruments are a matchless source of inspiration and pride to discriminating players. Created and Produced by THE MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENT CO, ELKHART, INDIANA Ti I l.l.l.l.l.lM .T.I.I.I.I.I.IMAI.I.iriJ.i:i.FAIJ.IAIJ.1J.IJ.IJM.LIAIJ.IJ.I.T.IJ.IAIA1J.IAlJ.I. ' .lJ.MMJ.IJ.I,I.IJ.l.l.lJ.I-l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l l.ll.ll I l.l.ll I. A I AI . ' . l . ' .IAI, ' .l.l.[,:.»,l,i.l.i.l.l.l,l.l.i.l .1,1 .1.1 1 . 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 1 ff • • ■ •■• ■ . ■i vivivivivivivi vi ' . .■ivivlvivivivivi v i YlviviTIV I YIYIVIVIVIv nT ,„n. Metal Forming Co. 1937 Sterling Street Elkhart, Indiana : .V.I.IJ.I,I.I.I.I.?.IJ.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I,I,I.I.M.I,I.1.T.I.I.1.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.IJ.I.I.I,I,I.I.I,I.I.I,I.V,I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I Page One Hundred Thirly-Two ■iiiriiTiTiYivivivr , ' iviviviyivi.,r,.|.. . i v i y i yi ' , i v i y i y i y i ' . -i v . CA Life Graduation Gift It is a problem knowing what to give the young graduate. Why not a gift that will grow with the years? Inquire about the plans created for young people by the Metropolitan. Their fea- tures will appeal to you and to the young graduates. H. H. Ellis, Manager Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 424 ' , j S. Main Street Elkhart, Indiana Phone 540 ,l.i.l.i.lJ.l.i.l.i.lJ.I».l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.lJ.IJ.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.lJ.l.l.l.l.u.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.iS VIVI ' . ' IVIVIVTVTT YiYmYiYiYrirr VIVIVIVIVIVI ' , , IVI TTTTT V I Y I V I V I V I Vr - ' ivi ' i I ' . ' i v i Yrf i v i v i Y I V lvivi ' . ivivivivivivivm MV HEADACHE ' S GONE I MY HEAD IS CLEAR. ' MUST BE YOUR AlKA-SELTZET? Alkalize with Alka- Seltzer ConqhahdalwnA. tfla A. ol 39! Good Luck, Success and Happiness to every one of you. You ' re a fine class. You ' ve shown a fine spirit. Elkhart needs — America needs — more of the same enthusiasm, stick-to-it-iveness and pluck you have shown in completing, suc- cessfully, your High School career. We ' ve been a little lonesome for you out in our new laboratories and we hope you ' ve missed us just a little since we left the Frank- lin Street Laboratories. By the way, have you seen our new building? Come out and look it over; then perhaps you ' ll understand why Miles ' medicines are sold all over the world — and why Alka-Selt- zer is in greater demand than any other prep- aration in the drug stores of America. t. i §y -» m» » ■ Miles New Laboratories j.i.i.iJ.i.i.i.i.i.i.M.ij.i.i.i.i.i.i.riTri.i,i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i,i.i,i.i.i.i.T.i.i, J.IJ.IJ.IJ.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I,M.I.IJ.I,I.I.I.I.I.I,I.I.I.I.I,I.T.I.I.I.I,I.I.I,I.I.I.I,I.I.I.I.I,I.I.I.I.II.I. Page One Hundred Thlrly-Th, IVIVIVIVIVIV I V I V I V I V I V I V IVIVIVI ' 1 ' IVIVr. ' IVIVIVIVI ' . ' IVIVI ' .MVI ' . ' IVIVIVIVIVIVI 1 Modern Cleaners 425 So. Second Street Phone 444 FUR STORAGE FUR COATS Made to your individual measurements 3 . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I . I ,I, T . I . I , I . I . I , I . I , I . I . I .I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I,I.I,I,I.I,I.I,I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I,I.I.I.I,I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.B B.I.I.I.I.I.U.IJ.I ' II II III.UI.II.I.I.M.I.I.I.I.M.I I l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l i I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.1J.I. I ■■iviviviv fivivivivi ' .T,r. .-iviv vivi Y l Ym YIYIYIYmYriTiTi CT Congratulations I to the Class of 1939 as FRANK MYERS Men ' s Wear i v i viv i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i vivivivivm. jivi .■iviyiviylviviyiviyiyiyiyiviyiylYlYlyivi ' . ■■lyiyiyiyiyiyiYiYiyiyi ' , ivivi ■■lY I YIY I Yrr i YIY I Y I Y I Yr i T YIVIVIVIVIV IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVM. IYI , ' IV igh School athematics One Modern Gas Range + One Good Cook Plenty of Tasty Food THE GAS COMPANY rMmimimi, ' . i muim i ,Mmuuim i muimmmili,M uimrM,MA Page One Hundred Thirty-Four Y iYtyiyiyriTiTiTiTiTmTiTiTiTiTiTiTiMYIYIYrrriTrrnTnw l Y i Y i Y iviYiYiYiYiYiyiYTTrft NIBCO Lawn Spray Systems Installed in Elkhart F. E. Compton 905 Strong Avenue Mrs. L. P. Compton .....222 East Blvd. Dr. S. T. Miller Prairie and Eden Streets Dr. S. T. Miller (Office) 506 South Second Street Clayton Thornton 827 Edwardsburg Avenue Dr. E. G. Koehler ......1304 Greenleaf Blvd. A. C. Arbogast Rainbow Bend Dr. L. F. Swihart 2120 Broadmoor Drive Eby Guernsey Dairy 1425 W. Lusher Avenue Dr. H. C. Schlosser (above) Bristol, Indiana C. F. Shasberger 707 North Riverside Drive J. H. Bollenbacher Jamestown, Indiana F. C. Best 116 E. Beardsley Avenue P. W. Kerr ...819 Strong Avenue Arthur Beardsley 302 East Beardsley Avenue Charles S. Beardsley.. 120 West Beardsley Avenue Edward H. Beardsley 1841 Greenleaf Boulevard Walter R. Beardsley 223 3 Greenleaf Boulevard Oliver B. Capelle 2124 Broadmoor Drive Ernest M. Sims 1901 Greenleaf Boulevard Thad. W. Clark . 921 Strong Avenue Miles Laboratories, Inc.- Myrtle and MacLaughlin Streets American Coating Mills Division Street L. B. Greenleaf ,..1449 Greenleaf Avenue NORTHERN INDIANA BRASS CO. Elkhart, Indiana Page ' ne Hundred fnirt) i ■i v i v i ' «v i vi - f iwi i jivivi ' . ■!■■ ■■■ j ivr. ■■!■ The Newman -Monger Co. LUMBER Phone 680 210 East Jackson Blvd. l, ' .1,M,M, ' . l , ' , l , ' , l . ' ,l, ' ,l. ' ,1,M,l,1. ' ,l. ' , l , ' , l , ' , l , ' . l . ' .U!JL ! jmX ixui a i T i ' i Y i Y i vivri ' ri ' iv i vr i ' i Y. ' YiYri ' i YiYiv i v i YiYivrnvivivivr. ' iv Compliments of Motor Supply Co., Inc. Elkhart ' s Most Complete Stock of Automobile Parts lJJ, mIm ' ,l■ ' .l. ' ■ l , ' ' .l■ ' ■l. ' . l ■ ' .l. ' .l, ' .I, ' .l■ ' .l. ' .l. ' , l . ' .l, ' .l. ' .l■ ' ■lA l . ' .l. ' . l . ' . l , ' . l ■ ' .l. ' mIJ : l. ' .l. ' . l , ' . l f I VIV I YIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIWYIVIVIV IYIYIVIVIVI ' . ■■lyiyiviyiYIY I YriTrm g New Method Cleaners 115 East Franklin Street 2 -Hour Cleaning Service Alterations — Repairing — Relining Phone 370 y.l, ' .1, ' .1.1,l.1,l. ' ,I.M. ' .l. ' .l,M,l,I.T,1, ' ,l. ' ,l. ' ,l. ' .l,M, ' ,l, ' .I.M.I,t, ' ,1, ' ,1,T.I. ' .l.!.l. ' ,l. ' ,l. ' .l. ' .I.M. ' ,l, ' ,l. ' .1,CTC | : Vli ' IVIVIYIV IVIVIVIVIVrYIVIVIVIYIVIYIYIVIVIVIVIYIVI,-IVr qi , IVIYIVIVriT |B WICKS NU-MODE SLIPPER SHOP 130 West Marion Street Congratulates the Class of 1939 and takes this opportunity to thank them for their patronage in the past l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.M.l.l.l.nSTS , ' ,l, ' .l, ' ,l. ' ,l, ' ,l, ' ,1, ' ,1, ' l l, ' ,l, ' .l, ' .li).UJJ, Page One Hundred Thirty Si l y i r i v i v i vi n ■ ■!■ ■ ■ ! viv i v i . ' i vr. ' i viv i v i v l v i ' .MV l v i v i v i vivivTvlvlvlvivjvivi ' j ivivivivivi viYIVIVIVIVIVIVri ' lYri ' l ' • ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■ ' ■YlYl YlYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYmYIYIYriTiTi Best Wishes CLYDE PAXSON LIXUJXLLULLUJ YOUR PERFORMANCE WITH THE FINEST... THE PEDLER CO. Elkhart, Indiana fwtmtilviGt CLAM NITS f FLUTES I , ' , I , I , ' , I ,M, ' ,I,M, ' ,:, | , I , T ,I, ' , I ,M, ' .I,M, ' . 1 J,I, ' ,), ' .1J, 1 , ' , I .M,M, ' ,I.M.3 P,l,i.lAl.i,I.M,M. ' .IA I .M. ' . I .M. ' . l . ' .l. ' .l. ' . l . ' . l . ' . l . ' .l. ' . . ' .l. ' . l . ' . l . ' . l . ' . I . MAI A1AU1AlAIAl . M . M . M . M , - . h iwmTCTVIVIVIViyiylYiyiYIYiyivi ,.|.,.|yiyiyiyiyiylYiyiylylYiyiyi.i-.i-.- VIYIYIYlYITCIi .YIYIYIYIYIYlYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYmYJ No wonder people say, PICKRELL ' S for flowers l.l.VI.U.U.U.U.U. t J.UJ. I . l AA.l Ul.l.U.I.I. Page One Hundred Thirty Sepen . " 1 ' i ' iv i v i viv ivivivivivi vi v i YiY i YiYiviTiY i Yi.i , rriY i Y i Y i Y i Yri , rrr i , i Y i ' eigE ip| L Yri ' i viy i yiyiv i y i y i y i y iy ' vivr J. G. Penney Co. High Quality ami Low Prices Elkhart ' s Busiest Store m-iiTn-ZLzr. v ■ Q-N Quality Footwear in the Smartest Styles X-Ray Shoe Fitting Q-N SHOES 3 16 South Main Street lA i A i. ' .i. ' . i . ' . i . ' .i. i .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' . i . ' . i . ' . i. ' . i . ' . i . ' .i. ' . i .u. ' .nmi. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' . i . ' . i . ' . i . ' . i .i.i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .iA i . ' .i. ' . i . ' .rf •.i:i.i.i.i.i.i,i.i,!.i.i.i.i.ij.i.ii.i.i. ' .i.i.i.ii.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.T.i.i.i.T . i . T . i j. i . i .». i . i .M. i . i . i .M. i . i . ri .n. i.i a iTimira Y I Y I Y I Yr i MY I VIvlvlvlviv i Yr il Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I V I Y I Y i Y I VIY I Y I Yri ' lY lgp a | ' IYIYr.MYIY | YIYIYlY l Y I iai lXLi , ViT . l ' Y I Y I ' , ' I Y I vr, ' I Y I l , ' l ' , ' I Y I Yr, ' I Y l Y I Y I Yr. Tvrr Compliments of Sweetheart Baking Macaroni Co. iMlKE RONZONE H XL IAIJ.!;iAI.I.I.I.IJ.I.I,l. ' TXI.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.LI.I.I,l.l.l.l.l.l,l.l,T.I.I,l,I.I.I.I.M.I.I.I.I. .l. r,TXrTTrTT.: Pag, nr Hundred Thirty-Eight CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the Senior Class of 1939 Rosen Brothers ,I.M.I.T.T.T.T.T.r.T.T.T.IJ,I.T,T.r,l.T.T.T.T.T.I.T,I.T,I.T.T.T.T.T. ' . ' ■l.aM.M.M.U.M.M. ' . l . ; ' . r ' i ivivivivivm. ■■!■. iwiwmwh ' Mwwwi nrnwiwivwivivivivi- I For Quality Service Satisfaction Phone 41 : RUSSELL ! THE COALMAN ■ ■ Coal — Builders ' Supplies — Coke ■ , !TTMTITTTtTTTTTI.I.I.T.I.I.I.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.t,l.ll.t.l. ' .I.I.IJ.I.T.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJJJJ.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.r. : j i v i viv i vivivivivivivivivivivivivivi afflBXTOE Compliments of Service Candy Co. 620 South Main Street Howard L. Shelly- Ray J. Long I.T.I T.l.T.I.M.I.l.tt.l I.I .1.1.1,1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1, imfflLmnini THE RAPP COMPANY 409 S. Main St. , ,,, , ,|, , , | , , ,|, , ,|, , ,|, , ,|, J .|, , , | , , , | , , . | , ,.|, I |.,.|...|.,.|.,.|.,.|.. |V|.,.|VIVM,.|.. .■IVI ' . ' IVIVIVI ' i Si mund Sorg, INC. Reliable Jewelers Goshen 120 South Main Elkhart 5 1 3 South Main The home of the famous divided pay men t plan ' ■ l . l . l . l . l . l . l .lJ. t . l . t.T.I.I.IJ.I.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l. .IJ.I.I.I.VI.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.IXlJ XT.TI7 TXl . ' . l . ' , l . l l . ' .l. ' .I A Page One FWred Thirty-Nine WI ' lTlTi ' M " ' ' " ' • ■ | ' ■■■■ ' ■ 9 .■IVIVI ' . ' I VIYIVIVIY I V I VI ' . ■■ivi ' r i V I Y I VIVIY I Y I Y I YIV I YI T ' IY I Y I YIV I Y I YIVIYri ' ri ' lV I Y I Y I Y I VIVIY I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I ' iTiT P From Marble Halls to the Grandeur of Nature There ' s FUN for everyone . ♦ wherever you may be — or want to be The real zest of living is attained by contact with the great outdoors. More Comfortable! New places, new faces, fresh outlooks and relaxation are exciting new experi- ences when traveling the Schult Trailer way. More Economical ' . SCHULT , TRAILERS Largest Manufacturers of Moderate Priced Trailer Coaches m.i.ij.i.i.mj.ij.ij.m.i.ij.ij.i.i.m.i.iTi.MTm.i,u " You Ought to Own an Olds " Oldsmqbile Cris-Craft Boats Cadillac LaSalle SHIVELY MOTOR SALES GOSHEN AVENUE AT CENTER STREET PHONE 601 a.lJ.l.ri.T.I.1.II.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.T.I.I.IJ.I.I.Il.l.l.lll!II.II.II.I.I.TOTi M,M. ' , l . ' .l, ' .l. ' .1,M. ' . l , ' .l, ' .l. ' . l . ' .l. ' .IAIAI. ' .IAI.i3 1.1.1,1.1,1.1.1.1.1.1 11 1 .1.1.1.1.1 I IITII.IMI.il. Pane One Hundred Fo rly Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I YIY1Y1Y I Y I Y I Y TV1 ' I V I Y I Y I V I Y I V I V I VIVIYIV I Y I Vr i ' r i ' l V I VIY I V I V I V I V ' viviviviviviviv ' v ' vi viviviv ' viviviviviYivi vi ' . ' ivi ' . ■• ■ ■ ■ Jgggg m Miss Helen Simons and Miss Jane Bell, E.H.S. Juniors, admiring the 193 9 Chevrolet at the Smith Motors, Inc., Chevrolet Sales Service 165-67 East Marion Street lYIYlYIYIYIY ' YIYIYIYIYI YIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIi ' lYIYIYIYIYIYIYr) .■lYIYIYIYlYlYlYlYiviviYlYlYlYiYiYiY i y i . .i v i Y l va ffimmmBaaa Compliments of STEPHENSON ' S 222 South Main Street Phone 980 Looking Forward to a Joyous Summer! Never a dull moment will you have in these smart frocks bearing the following labels: Cartwright Mary Muffet Debutante Lynbrook Vogue The Style Shop 515 South Main Street , ' .i,M. ' .i, ' ,i. ' .i, ' .r7T?r. ' ,i. ' .i. ' ,i. ' ,i, ' .i. ' ,i, ' .i, ' .i. ' ,i. ' .i. ' .i. ' ,i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i. ' .i, ' .i. ' .i, ' ,i. ' ,i. ' ,i.M, ' ,iJ HBlBBBBBBMBBBBMgBtBBBBBOBanHggCBffl B aHai Page One Hundred Fort) O ■T. ' iY i YiYiymn-rr ITIYIYIYIYIY|V|V|.nV| l nvr. ' I IYiYIYIYrnVIVri , ITrr i ' flYIYIYIYIYIYI ' l ' ITITITIN ' l ' IM ' l ' ITIYIV|.,.|.,-TWTnmr John Harman Editor uf Pennant Annual Jean MacDonald Editor of Pennant Weekly SERVICE PRESS PRINTERS 1 17 West Lexington Ayi mi Across from Y. W. C. A. Phone 3360 ' ,I. ' .I, T .1, ' ,I. M . ' ,I, I, I , I , | , T , | , I , | , I , I , I , | .!, | ,I, | ,I, | ,I, | ,I, | ,I, ■ ■JA I. N I J .l. l .l A l. l .l J .I AI.i . lJ.l.riJ.IJ.IJ.IAlJ.I.».l.i.lJ.IJ.I.l.l.l.l,l.l.l.lJ.tJ-l.i.l.l.l.l.l.l.tJ.t.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.lj.lj.l.l.l.i.i.i. i j. i . i . i . T . i . i . j. Pag. One Hundred Forty-Two j i v i viv i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i vimvivivivivivivivivivivit; iyiyiyiyiyiyiyi ' , .■iviviviV I VIVIVIVIVlvivii ' l ' i .■iyiyiyiyiyIYIYIY I Y E CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 193 9 :TT.l . i . l .u. T XU. ! .M. I .n.u. l .m. ' .rum. 1 U ' . I .H I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y I Y 1 Y I YU ■ ■IYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYIYlYlYIYIYI, ' IYlY IYIVIYIYIVI Y | YlY I Y I YIYr ' , ' V ' V ' V ' V ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' l - ' V | l yiviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviviypiTTPr Turnock Hardware Co. Sport Goods Devoe Paints Fairbanks Morse Stokers Home Water Plants General Hard wave 123 3 Main St. Elkhart H.I.I.I.I.I.M.I.I.I.I.I.U.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IJ.IJ.IJ.IJ.IJ. Hearty Congratulations to the E. H. S. Seniors of ' 39 West View Floral Co 411 South Second Street Phone 186 ■LUjjlJS kiTiri.tirij.iT. i j. i . i . i . i . i jjj. rixCTT.t?x ' Tn . ' ,i, i ,i. i . i . i . i . i .i.i .l, ' ,l. ' ,l. ' ,l, ' .l. ' ,l. ' .l , ' . l , ' . l . ' . l . ' .l. ' .l. ' .l.!. Page ( nc Hundred Fori) Three ■I VI - f l V I V I V I V I V I VIV I ' , ' I V I V I V I V V I V I V I V I V I VIV I ' .T. I V I V I V I V I V I V I Vr. ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' i 1-IVIVIVI ' i .■ivivivr. riTL " NO! the butter won ' t taste like those bananas! This is an ICE Refrigerator " LEAVE ALL FOODS UNCOVERED! THEY KEEP FRESH IN WASHED AIR. ST. JOE ICE 124 SOUTH MAIN STREET F.i.irij.ij.i.i.m mj.mAmj.i.i.i.i.m.i.i.m.i.i.i.i.ij.ix ■■IVIVIVI ' . ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVr. ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' . ' l ' . ■■IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVr. ' I ' . ' IVIYIYIYIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' . ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIV THE CHARLES WALLEY FUNERAL HOME 126 No. Second Street Elkhart, Indiana Phone 626 AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 626 1.i.lJ,l.i.l,i.l,i,l.i.l.i.l,i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.l.i.u.l.i.l.i.l.i.l,i.l,i.l.i,i,i,l.i,l.i.i.i.i.i.l.i.i.i.rrrrr Page One Hundred Forty F, m . 1 . m . m . | .| T i T, .|. | . | . | .| v i v |. l .m T |.m NEARLY EVERYBODY in the Elkhart Trading Area READS The Elkhart Truth • Every day things of vast importance occur in the world . . . events which touch you, your friends and your neighbors — directly or indi- rectly . . . changes in the map of the world, warfare, politics, commerce . . . the prices of commodities, labor conditions, market trends and a hundred and one other things that are significant . . . and every day the Elkhart Truth brings you a faithful record of the things you want to know about! YOU ARE INFORMED WHEN YOU READ THE ELKHART TRUTH Have You Heard the Latest? You Do When You Tune In WTRC The Truth ' s Radio Station • Latest — In Music • Latest — In E.H.S. Athletics • Latest — In News Bulletins • Latest — In Commercial Announcements of Elkhart Merchants. KEEP TUNED TO 1310 Kc. U , M . aMAI . UJ . I . T , I . MJJ . UJ. I AmjJJ. I . l J,M.MJJJJ Page One Hundred I orh I . I V I V I Yrnvr i M MYr i MVrnTITr i T i TT ivivivM. ' ivi viviviviviviv i v i v i v i v i ' . ' rr Electrical Engineering Automobile Specialists KEYS • BRAKES SPEEDOMETERS RADIO Auto Specialties Co., Inc. 2 1 6 Tyler Avenue Elkhart, Indiana . I A I, l .,I. MAIA I . I A L 1J . ;A l ;j J J7 l:jJ,T . i MJJJ, ! . ll . l JJ,IJ,IJjrillJj. i jA I JJ. il j iTTTTTTr lil ' JIVI ' i ' lVIVIVIVI ' .M ' .MVI ' . MVIVIVIVI ' . ' I ' . ' lVIVI ' i ' I ' . ' I V I V Egrn Compliments of WHITE FUNERAL HOME as Phone 890 129 South Second Street fci.u!jjju!jja .I. ' ,l. ' . l . ' . l , ' .l. ' . l.i.i.i.l.i.|.i.| .|. ' .I J . IJ.I. ' .l.i.l, ' .l .i.iJ.i. 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" i3 ' . ■i viviv i viviviviviviv i v i v i v i v i v i v i v i viv i vi . ■i v i v i v ivivivivivmmw Vacation A ' goirT hikin ' Fishin 1 streams Comin ' home To Wray ' s Ice Creams Just a ' dozin ' Dreamin ' dreams Of those tasty Wray ' s Ice Creams rTTTTTTTTTn . l J. I JJT I JJJJJT n.l.l.l.l.T.I.T.I.T.I,I.I.I.I.I.IJ.I.I.l.l.l , ' , l , ' . l , ' . l , ' .l. ' .l, ' , l , ' .l. ' .l. ' ,l. ' .l. ' .l. ' .t . : ,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,|,,,|.,,,.,,,.,,.,.„, ,. , . , , , , , ■ , . , ,,. , ,,, , ■,, . .,. , ,,, , , , . .|. , .,. , . | ,, , M v , vp,,V,V,V,V,...,...| .| MVIVIVIVI ■■l■■■IVI . |■■■|■, IVIV| |■ | |■ | ■|■|V l l■ | ■|r l V ■ ■ ■■■■■■■■ ■■■ ■ ' ■■ l ■■ ' ■■ ■ ' ' ' Compliments of A. G. ZELLE Funeral Home 221 W. Lexington Avenue Elkhart, I n d . T .mj. i j.ujj.mj.i.MA i . i .mT i T i T i r v mr».mrm mrm Page One Hundred Forii Si l- , M V IVIVl-.-l ' . ' I S I ■ ■!■ ■ ■ •I ' .-l ' . ' l-.T . -l-. ' l-. ' IVI-.-l-. ' IVIVI-. ,.l-..| V .VIVlVIVI ' .T.TiTi TENTH ANNIVERSARY Young Men ' s Christian Association ! IVr,T. ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIW, ' IVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIVI ' MVIVI ' i- IVIVIVIVIVI ' .T g I ' :• -»« - 1 I in I I Hi II i ALWAYS LOTS OF FUN AT THE " V " Come and Join Us! " I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.T.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I,I.I,I.I.I,I.I.I.I,I.I.I.I.I.I. ' ,I , ' , I . I , I . ' . |. ' . I . ' . I . ' .I UVIYIYIVl V I VIV I V I V I VIVIV I VIYIV I , aa i Y I , l , l l l , I V I ' ' ' ' , ' , lvl l ' ' IV ' ' ' ' ' v ' ' ' ,| ' ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' l ' ' ' ' ' ' ' l ' ' ' ' ' ' ' l ' ' ' l 1 LLOYD BROTHERS Eleven Home-Owned Economy Food Stores Shop at LLOYD ' S and save money on quality merchandise ' nXTT.T7.-rf. ■) T.TT3T Compli m ents of ELKHART ICE CREAM COMPANY ,i, ' .i,M. ' ,i, ' , i . ' . i . ' . i . ' .i. ' .i.M. ' .i. 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