Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

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RANDY A. BAILEY 30092 C. R. 18 ,El,KHART IN 46517 I . 1 a d Liitu. Ba-CUij 50091 Ccunttf Rd IS ?0 Box 172 OiC£.cla.. LV 4656] e ' l I ftity h O ; V® t i AT ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL ELKHART, INDIANA The Pennant The Pennant Annual holds up a mirror to life at Elkhart High reflecting our student types and personalities, our activities and interests, our cram- ming and jamming, and all the little comedies and tragedies of the year 1939-40 • ■ • all in the spirit of fun, as seen by Phil Haines, editor; Jack Salisbury, business manager; Jack Bailey, art editor and Rich Lerner, photographer. Pa e Two ti M£ iV t -= • ' CONTENTS As our Community Sees Us As We See Ourselves ?c? ... n Wr As We ' re Seen From the Bleachers I ' aze Four r 1 1 " 1 j B --r. i H M H w K ll H ' B ' H m m in H [ 1 As Our Community Sees Us As our Community Sees Us s We See Ourselves As Our Community Sees Us Students seem like: happy morons — note the way Astorbilt Murphy steps from his hmou- sine . . . loafers — see Sarantos holding up the foundations of the " Handy " . . . puppy liners — Wokcr looks adoringly at Becht . . . jitter bill ' s — Duckwall and Smith swing out . . . traffic nuisances — even beautiful bike riders like Wilbur are a pain in the neck to motorists. Pa ' e Six « 7 ; »,v L 1 t jC mm ■|H| H M. B I H BH 9 H mm v i M • ■ J ii ■ — J it 1 OUR SCHOOL AT WORK Loyal to Elkhart High School and conscien- tious in its service, Mr. John W. Holdeman has given his best for many years to the prin- cipalship of the school. Because of the crowd- ed conditions arising from increased enroll- ment, his problems and responsibilities have multiplied; but with the student in mind, and the interests of the school at heart, he has continued to be unwavering, untiring, and unselfish. At 7:30 Mr. Holdeman unlocks the office door and the day begins ' a. ' f Eight i. t . ' Vd ifl.WPi- JIIT- w jBoaBaaasi Kstiissm mr- ' - -frmmraaaaaaiiiiiiM—ii saH ADMINISTRATION Miss J. Marii; Sharp G ils ' CdHiiscllor Alw.iys busy with .1 tlious.ind det.iil ' ., but never too busv to liclp .1 puzzled student with .1 t.ingled projjram or .i person.il probleni, th.it ' s Miss Sh.irp, girls ' counsellor. Her Jttr.ictivc ortice will long be remembered by girls who h.ive found help .ind comfort there. C. P. Woodruff Bo s ' ConiiscUor Don ' t let th.it smile tool you, boysl Bene.ith thjt smiling exterior " Woody " is .is tough .is they come. As boys ' coun- sellor, Mr. Woodruff is known tor his etliciency, his f.iir- ness. his insight into boys ' pr.inks .ind problems. Everv boy ' s t ' riend, .is long .is th.it friendship is deserved. Miss Sharp and Mr. Woodruff start signing pink absence slips . . Page Nine Miss Xadinc I larris liclps keep the .iff.iiis in the office riinnirit; smootlily . . . Mi ' s. Molly Cohen, a member of the office force, puts out daily announcements . . . " Thcv shall not pass " — without blocks . . . One of the lads that goes around with the daily " blah " . Molly and Nadine begin office routine and monitors go to their posts, ' a- ' c- Ten , Kir- " - 4 aa S ■ ;,! WSi ii f " HOUSEHOLD ARTS Not only the army travels on its stomach, but also certain members of the debate squad (SprouU and Sharp) and other lucky seniors who attend those home economic luncheons at noon. " Sixteen inches from floor " — says Miss Martin, quoting the decree on the 1940 spring styles. Shirley Hoffman, the model, and Helen Johnson, the gadget user, show the correct way to shorten a skirt. The smiles of the Home Ec Department, Miss Bertha Dtpiu, Mrs. Zora Paffon, ami Miss Helen Martin — are char- acteristic of the cheerful way in which this small group car- ries on its efficient work in the top floor of the vocational building. All aglow over the spring fashions . . . Making a clothes budget is part of the work in clothing classes. (Spencer, El- liot, Pancost, Troyer). Over in Home Ec, future brides make biscuits unlike mother ' s Pi ?f Elei m ENGLISH These four, Mrs. Ada Sickels, Miss Dorothy Kelly, Mrs. Adelaide E.irh.irt, .ind Miss Louise Busche, attempt in their classes to decrease the rate of illiteracy of us guys . . . Martha Ashley waxes a disc of her voice as Mr. Smith works at the controls . . . Oh, the legitimate theater! Director Hudelson watches a cast go through a one-act play . . . For a golden voice, see cither Mr. Dean Smith or Mr. Ben Hudelson. in English Classes, the struggle with passive verbs and participles ' 7,?f Twelve ENGLISH The Eir l ih Cojiniiittcc: Miss Marie Slurp, Miss Gertrude Clendcneji, and Miss Ruth Broughton, outline plans for the department . . . M ss A; r S (i ' V ci;, high school librar- ian, a help to a student searching for source theme stuff . . . M ' s.s Minnie Snnic, Mr. ]. T. Wiley, and Miss Odinc Heck teach English 5 in which workbooks, to teach us not to use " ain ' t " and " he don ' t " , are used . . . The two sets of MoUenhaur twins catch up on their " outside " reading. begins, or Ivdnhoe and Macbeth again go forth to meet the foe . . . Page Thirteen where we concoct smell SCIENCE Microbe Hunters! — Students search for the tiny animals . . . Mr. Norial Adams and Miss Esther Bandoiv are for once away from their world of bugs, plants, and mi- crobes . . . Amid bottles of chemicals, Mr. hail C. Gill survives another year of student experiments without being blown off the map . . . Mr. Adams waits for a future Pasteur to bring a microbe into view . . . Mr. Virgil Likens and Miss Stella Cathcart, who help us with such deep stuff as light and sound waves . . . Are Gills ' charges making sleeping gas or are they onlj absorbed in their work? V ' aye iimrleen gasesor squint at slides... left hand: a-w-e-f space. ..both hands: a;sldktj, COMMERCIAL To keep your budget balanced, bookkeeping, taught by Af ' ss Marie Siinr and Mr. Dtiii E; ; lcs uii, would be a definite asset . . . M js Chiricc Rub iisoii is a busy head of this de- partment. Besides teaching several classes, she is in charge of N. Y. A., an aid to students . . . To some people, shorthand looks very similar to Egyptian hierogKphics, but to Miss Helen Kirkhiihl and Mr. Mcliiu GlenJeniir , it becomes coherent. Mr. Glendening, as treasurer of the board of control takes care of all our monev . . . learning to do some- thing besides sit on the boss ' s knee and waste the boss ' s time. •e S ■n JL , T SfeM -iH IB ' - - ■ " f w " K - .H " r - • JL -,, »« 5 JM ,«• Hi ' HH ■- im I --; sTWi : jjg,„ r ' .. ?li«J f % s% INDUSTRIAL Mr. E. T. Organ is head (il this clepartmc-nt, whose main objective is to make the student a better consumer . . . the boys in printing are turning out programs tor tlie football games . . . Messrs. Carl Anderson, James A. Foster, Ethelbert Warrick, B. W. Williams, Harold Wise, William H. Hamilton, and C. P. Woodruff are all capable vocational in- structors . . . drawing plans for future homes . . . amid roaring machines, the atmosphere of a bustling factory is presented. Tratiing quarters for printers, draftsmen, machinists and electricians. ] ' a e fU etn : i- ' . ' .-.V. T " . ■P MATH Mr. Doyle " . French, chairman of the Math department — one guy who doesn ' t have to look in the back of the book for the answers. Other members of the Math department: Mr. Lester Kerr, Mrs. C. C. Boone, Mr. Glenn Updyke . . . Given: LA = LA ' . Does LB = LB ' ? . . . More expounders of theorems: Mr. Rex Harvey. Miss Edith Goings, Miss Kathryn Jarvis. We can ' t figure out these problem children Pa c Scirnfccii SOCIAL STUDIES Miss Florence Hill, head of the history department . . . Sproull, " Now if I was run- ning this government " . . . Gentlemen of those economics notebooks, civics clippings, and charts: R. H. Gemmecke, Ray Sorenson, H. P. Berkey, R. R. Jordan, E. A. Campanogli, Wilbur Mater, R. A. Sproull, W. E. Sands — and how we love ' em, the gentlemen, we mean. Dates (of the other kind) and dictators . . . tariffs and treaties J ' a, e E ghicen Here, we amo to parlez-vous; we sculp or sketch, FINE ARTS Miss Cunningham and the French Chiss read La Vie . . . Miss Ghidys King. Senorica of Spanish classes and Miss Merle Cunningham, professeur of French . . . Miss Marguerite Sawyer, head of the Latin department, is ably assisted by Miss Geraldine and Mrs. Frances Avery . . . Carving out a future in Advanced Art. MUSIC Genial D. W. Hughes, head of the music department . . . Miss Lois Smith, special string instructor, gives some of the 3 ' ounger students a few point- ers .. . Margaret Leist, sec- retary to Mr. Hughes . . . th: colorbearers on parade, and Proseus, beating it out. looters and drummers, and the boss with the baton... " Tra-la-la " on the MUSIC Miss Ger.aldlnc Drury, super- visor of vocal music in tlic city schools . . . Mr. Robert W. Welty, who molds reserve band members into real musi- cians . . . Rolling out rhythm, the percussion section of the band. i -l BEB third floor, where voices of the glee club mingle with the instruments That ' s the old posture, gents — John Longfellow, Don Veller, and Chelsea Boone. This is no exaggeration; go down to any gals ' gym class for proof . . . " Up down, up down, 1-2-3-4 " Boy, see my muscle! " Mrs. Salome Wise and Miss Josephine Lafter, who keep their gals in trim. " Right Face! 1-2-3-4 Heads Up ' ' ' «,?«• Tii enty-Two Our husky, hustling janitors sweeping up . . . " Hey, where ' s my carburetor! — overtime in the machine shop . . . Anthology editor, covering her typewriter after a long d.U ' of proofing the " gems " of our writin ' s . . . " Pile in; let ' s sec what we ' ll get for supper. " .IT ' S ALL IN A DAY AS WE SEE OURSELVES J ' a ' ' e Twenty-Fonr -■inW ' ITR SELVES AS WE SEE OURSELVES AS WE SEE OURSELVES Scrapping in the halls — or who gets to the locker first? . . . explaining that - ' hscncc — excused, or otherwise . . . liititting in leisure moments — knit one, purl two . . . catching forty iviiiks ... or why didn ' t I hit the hay earlier last night? . . . kidtling ivith the faciilt) — or trying to . . . making up the map — an hourly procedure ior most of the gals we know. Va ' c Twenty-Six JANUARY OFFICERS Jane Clark Vvcsidcnt Evangeline Blubaugu Vicc-Prciidcnt Phyllis Abel Secretary Mrs. Avery Sponsor Jack, Salisbury Treasurer 1940 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Still a group of bewildered, pathetic young things, the Sophomore Class of ' 40 was called together on October 6, 1937. It was decided that the classes would stay together until their senior year, with Mrs. Avery and Mr. Smith as sponsors. The officers elected were: President, George Jack- son; Vice-President, Pete Sarantos; Secretary, Mary Lavrich; Treasurer, Jane Clark; Social chairman, Evangeline Blu- baugh. At the Riley basketball game the following January, the class members sold candy with the Debate Club. A Farmers ' Party, held in the cafeteria on January 22, proved success- ful, with games and dancing as entertainment. In January, 193 8, Jane Clark became president; George Jackson, vice-president; Mary Lavrich, secretary; Evangeline Blubaugh, treasurer; and Ruth Riblet, social chairman. On April 29, a novelty " Southern Hop " boosted the interest in class parties. Bill Miller ' s orchestra played for dancing, games were enjoyed, and an interesting floor show plus re- freshments added attractiveness to the party. Paf e Tiventy-Eif ht JUNE OFFICERS George Jackson Pirs.-Jci f Mary Lavrich Scficfary Mr. Smith Sponsor Richard Lerner ' icc-Pri idciit Helen Simons Treasurer The juniors licid their first meeting of the year, Sep- tember IS, I 93 8, nnd the same officers were elected to head the class: PrcsiiLiit, jane Claris; V icc-Prcsiilcnt, George Jackson; Secretary, Mary Lavrich; Treasurer, EvangeHne Blubaugh; Social Chairmen, Ruth Riblet and Pete Sarantos. At the Mishawaka-Elkhart football game, the juniors sold candy. They also had a complete sell-out on pins of minia- ture football players. These two projects added to the funds we had begun saving for the prom. The ring and pin committee met on October 22, to se- lect a ring to be recognized as " the Class Ring. " Juniors on the committee were: Max Andress, Ruth Grauer, George Jackson, Mary Lavrich, Norma Johnston, Jane Clark, Evangeline Blubaugh. Bud Kelson, Edwin Landis, and Ber- nard Broadbent. A Jolly Junior Jubilee, with a musical theme, was the idea of the party held on November 19. 193 8. Besides games and dancing, a floor show was put on by members of the class. The Junior Class met on February 2, 193 9, and chose the following officers: President, George Jackson; Vice- President, Jane Clark; Secretary, Mary Lavrich; Treasurer, Dick Donovan; Social Chairman, Ruth Riblet and Dick Jackson. On March 10, the class play, " Agatha ' s Aunt " rocked the audience with laughter. The class sold candy at a basketball game in Februar - and also introduced the " jitnev dance " which was held in the gym. That semester the juniors entertained the seniors at the prom, held at the South Shore Inn, Lake Wawasee. The theme was a " cotton ball, " carried out in the decorations and favors. Hal Denman ' s orchestra provided music and a floor show preceded the crowning of the King and Queen — chosen from the senior class. As seniors, the class divided and the June Class elected these officers: President, George Jackson; Vice-President, Dick Lerner; Secretary, Marv Lavrich; Treasurer, Helen Simons; Social chairman, Dick Jackson. Mr. Smith acted as June class sponsor. The January officers were as follows: President, Jane Clark; Vice-President, Evangeline Blubaugh; Secretary, Phyllis Abel; Treasurer, Jack Salisbury; Social Chairman, Bud Nelson. Candy was sold at the last football game this year and also at the Washington-Elkhart basketball game. A " Kid- die party, " held in the cafeteria February 10, gave variety to the year ' s entertainment. Games, dancing, and refresh- ments were enjo cd bv all. The senior class was entertained at the junior prom held at the Hotel Elkhart en May 2 5, 1940. The senior play " You Can ' t Take It With You " , was given in the high school auditorium on May 9, 1940. Page Twenty-Nine Abel. Phyllis (College Prep.) Rah! Rah! " 3S. ' 39. " 40; Latin Club " 5S, " 39, " 40; Girl Reserves ' 37. ' 38. ' 39. " 40; Sec- retarv of Class ' 40; Annual " 39, " 40; Glee Club ' 36. Albert, Earl (General) Allman, Royer (General) Varsity Basketball ' 33, Baker, Betty Lee ((Jcncral) Rah! Rah ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Di ' scobulus ' 59; Annual ' 39. Barfell, Lloyd (General) Bibbo, Frances (Home Economics) Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Blubaugh, Evangeline (General) Discobulus ' 39. ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 37, ' 33, ' 39, " 40; Secretary ' 39. ' 40; Latin Club ' 38, 39; Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; ' Vice-presi- dent ' 36; Social Chair- man of class ' 36; Class Treasurer ' 38, ' 39; Vice-president ' 39, ' 40; Pen. Weekly Ass ' t edi- tor ' 38, ' 39; Pen. An- nual Ass ' t editor ' 39, ' 40; Pennant Weekly ' 36, ' 37. Bontiglio. Ellen (Home Economies) Girl Reser -cs ' 36. Broadbent, Bernard (General) Secretary " 40; Hi-Y " 39, " 40; Fighting ' 59, " 40; Art Club " 40; Camera Club Sport Staft. Annual ' 40; Cross Country Track " 36, ' 37, " 39, " 40; Inter. Basket ball ' 57. ' 5S. ' 39. Burrell, Joe (College Prep.) Butler, Devon (Industrial Course) Track ' 58, Football ' 58; Band ' 57, ' 58; Nat ' l Contest Award ' 37; State Contest ' 33. Butler, Phyllis (Home Economics) Case, Willowdean (Commercial) Cherry, Mary Louise (Commercial) Clark, Howard (Industrial) Ciscbail " 37, ' 3S, ' 59; a;si:v Basketball ' 37, .V5, ' 39. Clark, Jane (College Prep.) Class Treasurer ' 37: Class Vice President ' 59; Class President ' 5S, ' 59; Rah! Rah! ' 57, ' 58, ' 59, ' 40; Vice President " 38, " 39; President ' 39; Girl Re- ;er -es " 36, ' 37. ' 38, " 59, ' 40; Pennant Weekly Ass ' t Editor ' 57, ' ' 38, ' 39; Star Reporter ' 37; Pennant Annual Ass ' t Editor " 40; Art Club ' 39, ' 40; Latin Club ' 38, ' 39; Scriba ' 58. Crowley, Jack (College Prep.) Band ' 55, ' 36, ' 37, ' 58, ' 59; Orch, ' 57, ' 58, ' 59; Vice Pres. " 59. Crofoot, Ella Rose Crouch, Maxine (Commercial) (General) Band ' 58, ' 59. Cutler, " William Deal, Nellie (Industrial) (Commercial) Varsity Football " 58; Rah! Rah! ' 37, ' 38, " 39, Record Club ' 39, ' 40; " 40: Art Club " 59, ' 40; Varsity Tennis ' 36, ' 37, Girl Reserve ' 59, ' 40; ' 38. Annual ' 40; Band ' 56, " 37, ' 58; Discobulus ' 59, ' 40. De Boni, Barbara I Commercial,) Girl Reserves ' 56, ' 59. Demorest, Levit (General) Chess Club ' 39; Band ' 57, " 39; Tennis ' 39. Donovan, Richard (General) Hi-Y ' 56, ' 57, ' 58, ' 59: Secretary ' 39; Fighting 50 ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39 Vice Pres. ' 38: Var sity Football ' 56, ' 38 ' 39; Interclass Basket ball ' 56, ' 57, " 38, ' 39 Varsity Tmck ' 38, ' 39. Fahl, Rosanna (Home Economics) French Club ' 38, ' 59, " 40; Girl Reserves ' 56, ' 57, ' 58, " 59; Weekly ' 56, ' 57, ' 58, 59; Girls Bowling League ' 59; Orchestra ' 57. Fink, Leonard (College Prep.) Track ' 58, ' 59, " 40; Fighting 50 ' 59, " 40; Spanish Club " 38, ' 39, " 40: Basketball 2nd Team ' 5 7, ' 58: Sar- gent-At-Arms of Class ' 40: President Spanish Club ' 40. Galbreath, William Garl, Tommy (Industrial) (General) Visual Ed. ' 57, " 58; Band ' 36. Secretary ' 38: Interclass Basketball ' 57. Geiger, Robert I General) Record Club ' 39; Ten- nis Team " 57, ' 38, ' 39; Sandbur Football ' 36. Goodwin, Mary Jean (Commercial) French Club " 37, ' 58, ' 59; President " 57, " 58; Program Chair- man " 39: Orchestra " 57; Anthology ' 58, " 39: Girl Reserves ' 36, " 37, " 38, " 39; Class Historian " 36, ' 37, " 58, ' 59; G. A. A. ' 36, Weekly ' 56, ' 37, ' 38, ' 59. Gordon. Dorothy (Commercial) Goshorn. Wayne ( General ) Sandbur Football ' 37; Interclass Basketball ' 58, ' 39. Growcock, George (Commercial) Art Club ' 39; Chess Club ' 38, ' 39; Vis. Ed. Club. ' 39: Record Club ' 39. Gustafson. Deane (Commercial I .Annual ' 40; Girl Re- serves ' 39, ' 40; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Discobulus Club ' 59, ' 40; Art Club " 39, " 40. Gustafson, Robert (Industrial) Interclass Basketball ' 37, ' 58, ' 39; Bowling ' 39; Sandbur Football ' 57. Hart, Charles (Industrial) Sandbur Football ' 37, " - ' 6. ' 59; Bov.ling ' 39; Interclass Basketball ' ■-, ' 3S, " 39. Himebaugh. Helen iCor -ercial) Havens. Bill rGcneral) Baseball " 38, ' 39; Band ' 36, " 37. ' 38; Interclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. Hosier, Betty (Commercial) G.A.A. ' 37; Bowling ' 39. , Helbling, De Von (General) Glee Club ' 57, ' 58, ' 39. Hosier, Delores (Commercial) Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38 ' 39. Hemund, Glenn (General ) Debate ' 37. Keech, Mary Ann (College Prep.) Junior Class Play ' 59: Annual ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 57, ' 38, " 39, ' 40; Art Club ' 39, ' 40: Latin Club ' 59, ' 40: Band 37, ' 38, ' 39. ' 40; Orch, ' 37, ' 58. ' 59. Herrold, Phyllis (Commercial) Art Club ' 59, " 40; Girt Reserves ' 3S, " 39, ' 40; Song Leader " 39, " 40. Kentnrr, Rex (Industrial) Interclass Basketball " 36, " 37; Sandbur Foot- ball " 36, " 37. Hicks, Jeanne Hill, William (Commercial) (Industrial) Art Club ' 58, " 59, 40; Interclass Basketball Girl Reserves " 38, 59, " 36, ' 37, ' 58. " 59, " 40; ' 40; Song Leader 39, Sandbur Football " 36, ' 40. " 57; Hi-Y " 58, ' 59, ' 40; Fighting 50 " 59, ' 40: Record Club ' 59, ' 40: Baseball " 38, ' 59; VarsiU- Basketball ' 38, ' 39. Kiefer, Elaine Kirby, Oron (Home Economics ■) (Industrial) Girl Reserves ' 3 5, 56, Art Club ' 39, ' 40. ' 57. Kranz. Bernadine Kronk, Helen (General) (Commercial) Band ' 36, ' 37, " ' ' ,; Orch. ' 56; Girl Re- K;rve5 Yj ' , Annual ' 40, Kunkle, James (Industrial) Landis, Edwin (College Prep.) Debate Varsity ' 37, ' 58, ' 39, ' 40; Vice President ' 38, ' 39; Hi- Y ' 38, ' 39, " 40; Fight- i n g 5 ' 39, ' 40: Forum Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 40; Pennant Weekly ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Ass ' t Ed. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Editor ' 39, ' 40; Orch. ' 36, ' 37; L.ntin Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40. Sen- ior Class Play. La Belle, Paul (Industrial) La Rocque, Phyllis (Commercial) Rah! Rah! ' 36, ' 37, 58, ' 59; Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37; Band ' 35, ' 36, ' 37. Lauver, Wayne (General) Record Club ' 39: Orch ' 3 7; Interclass Basket- ball ' 58, ' 39: Sandbur Football ' 5S. I ' a e Thirty 9ni( ' • ' 1 ■.■=6. i o i ,. O :1 CO ■ kCJ I Ptf?? Thirfy-Oiic Lindstrom. Elmer (General ( Long. Stasia I Commercial I Rab! Rah! ' 57. ' JS. ' 39. ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 59. McCarty, Charles (Industrial) Football ' 36, ' 37; In ' terclass Basketball ' 36, ' 57. McLaughlin, Ted (College Prep.) Latin Club ' 37. ' 38. " 39; Treasurer ' 38; De- bate Club ' 37, ' 38; ' 39. ' 40; Vice Prcs. ' 39; Forum Club ' 38. Senior Class Play. Malm, Robert (General) Record Club ' 39, ' 40; Debate Club ' 39; Art Club " 39, ' 40; Inter- class Basketball ' 36, ' 37, " 58, ' 59; Junior Class Play ' 39. Marino, Louis ( Industrial) Marjason, Leslie (Industrial) Glee Club ' 55. ' S . I " 37. ' 58; Sandbur Football ' 55, ' 36; In- tercIasB Basketball " 36. Matthews, Phyllis (Commercial) . rt Club " 39, ' 40; Girl Reseries " 39, " 40. Mayou, Viola (Home Economics) Girl Reserves " 36, " 57, ' 33. Melvin, Benny (Industrial) Track " 38. Montagano, Rose (Commercial) Girl Reserves " 36, ' 37, ' 38. Morgan, Betty (College Prep ) Annual ' 40; Girl Re- serves ' 36, ' 37, " 38, " 39; Latin Club " 38, " 39. Neff, Elliott (Industrial) Varsity Track " 38; Var- sity Football " 36, " 37; Interclass Basketball " 35, " 36, ' 37, ' 38. ' 39; Varsity Basketball " 37. ' 38. ' 39. Nelson, Earl (College Prep.) Hi-Y " 37, " 38, " 39, " 40; Vice Pres. " 58: Pres. " 39; Fighting 50 " 38, " 39. ' 40; Vice Pres. ' 38; Secre- tary " 39; Varsity Foot- ball ' 37. " 38, ' 39; Captain " 39. Pero. Engle (Industrial) Petrelli, George (Industrial) Football " 36, ' 37. In- terclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37; Track ' 36. " 37. Platz, Norman (Industrial cj Commercial) Puterbaugh, Betty (Commercial) G. A. A. " 38. Putman, Howard ( Industrial) Interclass Basketball " 36. ' 37. Bowling " 38, " 39. Raab, Jeanne (Home Economics) Att Club " 37, ' 38, " 39; Girl Reserve " 57; Band " 37. Replogle, Rheba (Home Economics) Orchestra " 37, " 38, " 39; 2 Nat ' l Orch. Awards. Reyff, Frederick (Industrial I Glee Club " 36. " 37. " ' 39. Reynolds, Sarah (General) Orch. " 37, " 3S, " 39; Jr. Class Play " 59. Rose. Lydia ( (Jommcrcial) Orch. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38, ' 59; Pennant Annual ' 59. ' 40. Roth, Sarah (General) Glee Club ' 5 6; Girl Re- serves ' 56, ' 57, ' 58, " 59. Roy, Robert (General) .Sandbur Football " 5 5, " 56; Interclass Basket- ball ' 35, ' 36; Baseball Salisbury, Jack ( CJollege Prep.) Glee Club ' 5 5; Class Treasurer " 39; Latin Club " 58, " 59, " 40; Jr. Aedile " 38; Sr. Aedile " 39; Record Club " 39. " 40; Soc. Chairman " 39; Weekly Ass ' t. Bus. Mgr. " 38, " 39; Annual Bus. Mgr. ' 39, " 40; Jr. Class Play " Agatha " s Aunt " " " 39; Cross Country ' 59; In- terclass Basketball " 57, ' 58, ' 39. Sandbur Foot- ball ' 56. ' 57. Schaefer, Mary Ann (General) Weekly ' 37, " 58; Girl Reserves " 55. ' 36. " 57; Rahl Rah! " 58. ' 39. Scott, Delores ( Commercial) Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37; Orch. " 56. " 57. " 38, " 59; Nat " l Contest for Orch. " 37, " 38, " 59. Shamn, Donald (General ) Shaw, Eugene (Ccni r.,1) Shoff, Russell (Industrial ) Sandbur Football ' 36. ' 37; Varsity Football ' 58; Baseball ' 59. Shreiner, Joe (Industrial) Glee Club ' 56. ' 57. ' 38, 39; Vice Pres. ' 38. ' 59; Interclass Basketball ' 56, ' 37, " 38. Smith, Vera (Hi ' me Economics) Stephenson, Dan ( Industrial) Hi-Y " 57. " 58. " " 59, " 40; Fighting 50 " 58, " 59. ' 40; Basketball ' 36, ' 37, " 38, " 39; Track ' 37, ' 38. ' 39; Cross Country ' 38; Football Sandbur ' 36; V " arsity " 37. Thorpe, Ernestine ' H ' e Economics) Tremaine, Agnes ( General ) Girl Reserves " 56, 5 7. Trovatore, Netta ( Commercial ) Verhagen, Donald (Industrial) Verdingbaugh, Mary (Commercial) Wakalee, Jean (Commercial) Band " 56, " 57. " 38. " 59. ' 40; Art Club ' 59, " 40; Girl Reserves " 59, ' 40; Pennant Annual 40. Walters, Bemice (Commercial) Junior Class Play ' 33; Girl Reserves " 35, ' 36; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, " 58; Librarian ' 35, ' 36, ■37, ' 58. Wehrley, Betty (General) Glee Club ' 36. " 57. " 38. " 59, " 40; Girl Re- serves " 59; Pennant An- nual " 40; Glee Club Reporter " 39. Senior Class Play. White, Nadine (Home Economics) Wider, William (Industrial) Vis. Ed. " 37. ' 38, ■ Pres. ' 59. 59; Withers, Dorothy (Commercial) Girl Reserves " 56. ' 58, ' 59. Wyland, Alice (Commercial) Zeman, Leona ( Commercial) Girl Reserves " 56. Band " 56. ' 57, ' 3i Zir20W, Genevieve (Commercial) I ' affe Tljirty-Two O CO I Pflgf Thirty-Three Aishe, Alvarita (College Prep.) Girl Reserves ' 56, ' 57, " 5S, ' 59, ' 40; Latin Club ' 5S, ' 59; Rah! Rah! ' 59, ' 40; Orches- tra ' 36, ' 57, ' 53, ' 59, ' 40; Nat ' l Orch. Con- test ' 57, ' 39. Albert, Norein Elsie (Commercial) Anian, Mary (Commercial) G. A. A. ' 37, ' 38; Social Ch. ' 38, ' 39; Djscobulus " 39, ' 40. Anderson, Jack (Industrial) Andress, Max D. (General) Hi-Y ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Treasurer ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Football ' 37. ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Fiuhtint; 50 ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Vice Pres. ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Baskclball ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, Arko, Albert (Industrial) ' 37. Band ' 38. Aurand, George, Jr. Unduetrial) Baiike, Lois (Home Economics) Bailey, Jack (Art) Glee Club ' 36, ' 37. Camera Club ' 38; Art Club ' 36, ' 37; Pres. ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Cheer- leader ' 36, ' 37; Sand- bur Football ' .36; Art Editor Annual ' 40. Baker, Betty Ann ( Commercial ) Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. ' 40; Orchestra ' 36, ' 37, " 38, ' 39; Quartet 2nd Division State 38. Baker, Richard H. (General) Fighting 50 " 39, ' 40; Spanish Club ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Football ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Track ' 38, " 39, ' 40; Inter- class Basketball ' 36, ' 37; Sandbur Football ' 36. Baron, Patricia (Culleue Prep.) G. A. A. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Rah! Rah! ' 39, ' 40; G. A. A. Pres " 37, " 38; Discobolus Club " 39; Pres. ' 39; Girl Reserves ' 39, ' 40. Battista, Mary (Commercial) Girl Reserves ' 36; A. A. ' 36, ' 37, Sec.-Treas. ' 38. G. ' 38; Bear, Mildred (College Prep.) Art Club ' 36, ' 37. ' 38 Becht, Roberta (Commercial I Art Club " 38, " 59, ' 40; Sec. ' 39; Rah! Rah! ' 59, ' 40. Bell, Cecil I Industrial) Football ' 37, ' 33. Bell, Jane (Commercial) Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Bellows, Jack ( Industrial) Glee Club ' 38; Base- ball ' 37, " 38, " 39, " 40. Berger, Thelma L. (Commercial) Bilancio, Mary Jane ( Commercial) Glee Club " 38, ' 39. Billings, Robert (Industrial) Bleiler, Cecil Bollman. George Bontrager, Robert (General) R. (ColKge I ' r.p ) Track ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; (Commercial) Cross Countr - ' 37, r.S, ' 39; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37. ' 58. ' 39. Botts, Richard I Industrial) Interclass Basketball ' 37, ' 38; Baggage Boy ' 38, ' 39, ' 40. Briles, Philip (College Prep) Bringle, Doris ( C-ommcrcial ) Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Gill Reserves ' 38, ' 39, ' 41.); Pennant Weekly ' 38, ' 39. Brown, Lewis (Commercial) Band ' 37. ' 38. ' 39; Drum Major ' 38. ' 39; Orchestra ' 38. ' 39. Brown, Robert lln dustr lai) Fighting 50 ' 39, ' 40; Track ' : 7. ' 33, " 39, ' 40; Football ' 33, " 39; Interclass Ba sket ball 57, ' 38, ' 39, Brusdahl, Leona (Commercial) Bulla, Guyda ((Jeneral) Debating " 37, " 38. Bunn, Wahneta Burnham, Warren Burrows, Mary Buss, Audrey Irene E. Virginia (Home Economics) (General) (College Prep ) (Home Economics) G. A. A. " 37, " 58; Di Latin Club " 37, " 38; Junior Class Play cobulus " 39, ' 40. Forum Club " 39, " 40; " Agatha " s Aunt " " " 39; Girl Reserves " 36, " 38, Pennant Weekly ' 38, " 39, " 40. " 39; " 40; Pennant An- nual " 40. Butler, Thomas (General) Hi-Y " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Fighting 50 ' 39, ' 40; Band ' 36, " 37, ' 38. ' 40; Student Mgr. of Track ' 58. ' 39. ' 40; Cross Country ' 37, ' 33. ' 39; Head Mgr. " 39. " 40; Interclass Basketball ' 36. ' 37. ' 38, ' 39. ' 40. .Suie Drum Contest ' 39. ' 40; National ' 40. Carter, Maxine ( Commercial ) Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 38. Castetter, Mildred (College Prep.) Rah! Rah! " 58, ' 59, ' 40; Latin Club " 38, 39; Consul ' 38, ' 39; Art Club ' 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 36; Pres. ' 36; ' unior Class Play ' Agatha ' s Aunt " ' 39; Pennant Annual " 40. Champion, Frank (Industrial) Chomer, Marie E. ( Commercial ) (College Prep.) Girl Reserves " 36, " 37, ' 33, ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; French Club ' 38, ' 39. Christner, Howard F. Clare, E. J. (General ) Latin Club ' 37, ' 33; Orch. ' 36, ' 37, ' 39, ' 40; Band ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; 1st Div. Nat ' l ' 38, ' 59. Senior Class Play. Interclass Basketball " y6; Forum Club " 39, MO. Clark, Lester A, ( Industrial Glee Club ' 36. " 37. ' iZ, ' 39: Minstrel " 37. Senior Class Play. Clawson, Charl H. (Industrial) Comer, Ellsworth (College Prep.) Fighting 50 ' 39 Hi-Y ' 38. ' 39. Art Club 39. Band ' 37, ' 38, Spring Football Track ' 39, ' 40; Cfiuntry ' 39. 40; ' 40; ' 40 ' 39; ' 38; Cross Conley, Raymond C. (Commercial) Debate ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Forum ' 33; Debating ' 38; Pennant Weekly ' 37, ' 38; Debate Sec- tional Championship Medal ' 39. Senior Class Play. Cooper, Harry (General) Hi-Y ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; So. Ch. ' 39, " 40; Fight- ing 50 ' 39, ' 40; Forum Club " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Band ' 36, 37; Interclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37 Bas- ketball Mgr. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Baseball ' 39; Baseball Mgr. ' 38; Football ' 36; Football Mgr. ' 37. Cox, Betty (College Prep.) Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Art Club ' 33, ' 39, ' 40; Discobo- lus Club ' 39, ' 40. Crawford, Robert (General) Band ' 36, ' 57, ' 38, ' 39; Interclass Basket- ball ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Football ' 37, ' 38; Span- ish Club ' 37, ' 38; Baseball ' 38, ' 39; Bowl- ing Club ' 39; Track " 37. ' 38. Cripe, Richard (Colkge Prep.) Fighting 50. ' 39. ' 40; Hi-Y ' 58. " 39, ' 40; •Spanish Club ' 38; Rec- ord Club ' 59; Annual ' 39; Weekly ' 39; .Sand- bur Football ' 36: Var- sity Football ' 37, ' 33; Baiketball, ' 56, " 37. Eii ball Mgr. ' 38, ' 39; Hi-Y Sergeant-at-Arma •40, Culler, James (Industrial) Cummins, Jean Shirley (Cjeneral) Rah! Rah! ' 38, ]39, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 37, " 38, ' 39; Sports Chair- man ' 38; Discobulus ' 40; Weekly ' 37; An- nual ' 40. Curtis, Ruth Lucille (Commercial) Cushing, Jack (College Prep.) Hi-Y ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Fighting 50, ' 39, ' 40; Forum Club ' 39, ' 40; Band ' 37, ' 38; Annual ' 39, ' 40; Varsity Foot- ball ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; In- terclass Basketball ' 37, ' 33, ' 39. ' 40; Track ' 38. ' 39. ' 40. Cutshaw, Alysejean (General) Girl Reserves ' 36. ' 37. ' 38, ' 39. Davis, La Vonne (Commercial) J ' a. e Tliirty-Toiir C u3. .Q ff 4 m m jmK Pi f Thirty-flic Decker. Helen (College Prep ) Girl Reserves " 56. " 37, " 3S. " 39. ' 40; Freneh Club ■39. ' 40; Glee Club " S . ' 37, " JS; Weeklv ' 39, " 40. De Luccnay, Anthony (Industrial) V " is. Ed. ' 38. ' 39. ' 40. Demos, John (CollcKc Prep.) Hi-Y ' 37. •j. ' l. ' 39. ' 40; FightmB 50 ' 38. ' 39, ' 40; Spanish Club ' 38. ' 39; Program Ch. " 38; Treasurer ' 39; Sports Editor Annual ' 39. ' 40: Interclass Basketball ' 36. ' 37. ' 38. ' 39. ' 40; Track and Cross Country ' 37. ' 38, ' 59. ' 40. De " Winter, Margaret ( Commercial) ( irl Reserves ' 36. ' 37; Dramatic Club ' 36. ' 37. De Witt, Louise ( ( Jommcrciai ) Dilley, Richard A. (Cuiltrye Prep.) Band ' 36. ' 37; French Club " 38. " 39, ' 40-, Interclass Basketball " 38, ' 39. MO. Senior Class Play. Dillon, ' William (Industrial) Staue Craft " 57. " 38, ' 39; Basketball Mgr. ' 37. ' 38. ' 39. Doncaster, Grace (College Prep.) Girl Reserves " 36. ' 57, " 38. ' 39; French Club ' 39, " 40; Debate ' 38. Doty, Helen (Home Economics) (rtirl Reserves " 36, " 37, " 58; Glee Club " 57, Duckwall, Ralph W., Jr. (College Prep I Art Club " 38, ' 59. ' 40; Social Ch. ' 39; Latin Club ' 58. ' 59. ' 40 ' ; Aedile ' 38. ' 39; Forum Club ' 38. ' 40; Band ' 37. ' 38; Junior Class Play " Agatha ' s Aunt " ' 39; Track ' 59. ' 40. Senior Class Play. Dusek, Beverly Jane (Ci-mmercial) Girl Reserves 56. ' 37. ' 38; Rah! Rah! ' 38. ' 39. ' 40; Orchestra ' 37. ' 38. ' 39. ' 40; National Orchestra Contest 37. ' 39. Eaten, Ralph iGcn. i,il) Ebersole, Lester ((JencraU Ehresnian, Charles Martin I Industrial I Record Club " 39; Bovvl- ing ' 38, Emery, Donald J. I Industrial I Industrial Award ' 3S, " 39. Ernst. James C. iCcllcge Prep) Evans, Helen L, (General) Girl Reserves ' 39, ' 40. Fletcher, Wanetta ( Commercial ) Ford, Ruth (College Prep.) Forum Club " 39, " 40; Sec. ' 59; Rah! Rah! " 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 57, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Pres. ' 59, ' 40; Record Club " 59, ' 40; Weekly ' 38. ' 39. ' 40; News Writer ' 39. ' 40; Art Club ' 39. ' 40; Spanish Club ' 39. ' 40; Debate Club ' 38. Foster, Charles H, Franklin, Evelyn N. (Industrial) Interclass Basketball ' 37, " 38, " 39; Bowling " 39, ' 40. (Commercial) French Club " 38, ' 40. Froelich, Arthur ( Industrial I Interclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37; Cross Coun- try " 37. Frye, Geraldine (Home Economics) Fuller, James E (General) Orchestra ' 56. Glee Club ' 57. ' 59; Pres. ' 59. Fuller, Robert (Commercial) Art Club " 38, " 39; Glee Club " 57, " 38, ' 39; Pennant Annual Ass ' t Art Editor ' 40; Operetta ' 59; Weekly ' 38; Baseball ' 37. Ga e. Richard Joseph (College Prep.) Football ' 59. Gall, David (Industrial! Stage Hand " 37. " 39. " 40. Gardner, Richard (General I Band " 56. " 37. ' 58, " 39 " 40; Glee Club " 36. ' 37. Gates. Robert Milton (College Prep.) Band " 56. " 37. " 38, ' 59; Latin Club " 38, " 39; Chess Club " 39; An- thology Staif ' 40. Gilreath, Ona May (Home Economics) Glick, Lois Mac ( H ' me Economics) Good, Earl Le Roy (Indusln.ill Record Club Country " 37. )y; Cr, Goodrich, Jim (General! Bowling ' 39. ' 40; Pres. ' 59, ' 40. Gordon, Earl (Industrial! Grauer, Ruth ( Commercial ! Rah! Rah! " 38. " 39. " 40; Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. ' 40: Pennant Weekly ' 38, ' 39. GrossnickJe. Robert H. (General) Football ' 36. " 37; Track " 56, " 37. Gulick, Philip (General! Haines, Philip ir:ollcge Prep.) French Club ' 40; So- cial Ch. " 40; Forum Club " 40; Record Club ' 40; Vice Pres. ' 40; Weekly " 38, ' 59; Sports Editor ' 59; An- nual Editor ' 40. Hapner, Howard Harms, Shirley Harp, Richard Harrington. (Industrial ! Gayle ( General ! William Glee Club ' 56. " 57; (General) Band " 56, " 37. " 38, " 39. ( Industrial) Football Sandbur ' 5S. G. A. A. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. " 40; Orch. " 38, " 40. " 39, Cross Country " 58, ' 39 Track 57. ' 58. " 59. " 40; Interclass Basket- ball " 37, -38. " 59. Harris, Marjorie Frances (College Prep.) G. A. A. " 57. " 58; An- thology Staff " 59, " 40; Camera Club ' 39; Pen- nant Weelily " 37, " 38; Girl Reserves ' 39; Scholarship Awards ' 38, ' 59. Senior Class Play Hart, Dorothy Hart, Robert Hartraft, Helen Hatfield, Shirley Havlish, Robert E. (Commercial) (Industrial) (Commercial ) M. (General) Girl Reserves ' 38. ' 59, Sandbur Football ' 38. (Commercial) Forum Club ' 39, ' 40; ' 40; Glee Club ' 56. ' 37, Glee Club ' 56. ' 57. An Club ' 39, ' 40; ' 33, ' 39. ' 40. Weekly ' 56, " 57, ' 58, " 59; Ass " t Sports Edi- tor Anntial ' 59, ' 40; B.-!seball Mgr. ' 39. ' 40; Interclass Basketball ' 38. " 39. ' 40. Heltzel. Donna (General) Spanish Club ' 59. ' 40. Hemphill, Walt Band Club 37; S ' jcial Ch. Hicks, Bruce (Ir.dii lri.il! Bowling Club " 35. " 38. ' 39; .Sec. ' 35. ' 38; Vice Pres. ' 39. Himebaugh, Muriel (fieneral) Girl Reserves ' 37; Band ' 36. ' 37. ' 38. ' 39; Orch. ' 36. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; 1st Division Nat ' I Contest ' 37, ' 38. Hirsh. Alice Jean (Commercial) (;. A. A. ' 37. Treas. ' 37; Sec. Glee Club ' 36. ' 37. Sec. ' 39; Operetta Hogendobler, Jim (General) Holdeman, Edward A. (Industrial) Cross Country ' 37, ' 38. Holdeman, Norman (Industrial) Pay e Thirty -Six QQhi V . f ( « . ?i t ?i Pit.r; Thirty-Seien Housour. June L. tHonie Economics) Huber. Rosemary (General) Girl Reserves ' 35, " 36. Hummel, Warren (Industrial) Hunter, Lois (Cieneral) Girl Reserves " 37, " 38. ' 39. " 40; Glee Club ' 39; Spanish Club " 39. " 40; Art Club " 39, ' 40. Huss, Dorothy (College Prep ) French Club ' 39, ' 40; Program Ch. ' 39; Girl Reserves " 37, " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Treas. ' 37; Art Club ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rahi ' 39. " 40; Discobu- lus Club " 39. ' 40; Sec. ' 39; Pennant Weekly ' 37. " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Ass ' t Ed. " 39; Associate Ed. " 40. Hutschenreuter, Hutchison, Charlotte Robert A. (College Prep.) (General) Girl Reserves ' 36. ' 37, ■38. ' 39. ' 40; Rah! Rah! " 38. " 39. " 40; Latin Club " 38, " 39; French Club ' 39, " 40; Vice Pres. ' 39; Weekly ' 37, ' 38; Annual ' 39, ' 40. Ignafol, Elizabeth (Commercial) Isenhart, Virginia Louise (College Prep.) Anthology Staff ' 39, " 40; Scholarship Awards " 37. " 33. Jackscn, Ethel (Colleue Prep.) Latin Club ' 38. " 39; Gtrl Reserves ' 36. " 37, ' 53. Jackson. George W. (General) Class Pres. " 37, ' 40; Vice Pres. Fighting 50 " 37, ' 39, " 40; Hi-Y " 38, " 39, ' 40; Social Ch. " 40; Art Club " 39; " 40; Junior Class Play " 38; Cheerleader; " 37. " 38, " 39; Head Cheer- leader ' 40. ' 38, " 39; " 38, Jackson, Dick (College Prep.) Spanish Club " 38. ' 39, ' 40; Class Social Ch. ' 38, ' 40; Pennant An- nual ' 39. " 40; Ass ' t Business Mgr. Jarrett, Ralph (Industrial) Orchestra ' 37. ' 36. Jessen, Doris ( Commercial) Jessup, Doris Mae (Commercial) Glee Club " 36, " j ' " 58; Girl Reserves Spanish Club ' 39 39; Johnson, Edward ( General) Hi-Y ' 38, " 39, ' 40; Band ' 37, ' 58, " 39, " 40; Orch. " 39; Nat " l Solo ' 38. " 39; Nat " l Ensem- ble ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; State Solo ' 37, ' 38, ;39; State Ensemble ' 57, ' 58, ' 39. Johnston, Margaret ( Commercial ) Glee Club " 37. " 38. " 39. " 40. Johnston, Norma Karasch, Mary (General) Jean Oirl Reserves " 37. " 38; (General ) Sec. " 37; Rah! Rah! Glee Club " 36, " 37, " 3 ' 58. " 39. " 40; Latin G. A. A. " 36. Club " 38, " 39; Scriba Art Club " 40; Pen- nant " 37, " 38. Kellar, Audrey (Cellege Prep.) Keller, Irma Louise (Commercial J Kendall, Eileen (College Prep.) Kilgren, Gerald (College Prep.) Orch. ■57, " 53, ' 39; Treas. " 39; 2nd Divis- ion Solo Award ' 36. King, Esther (Commercial ) Kcnney, Catherine (Home Economics) Glee Club " 36, ;37. " 38; Spanish Club " 36. Kinney, James F. (General ) Annual " 40; Golf " 58, ' 39, " 40; Interclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; 2nd Team " 37; Sandbur Football " 36, " 37; All State Golf " 39. Senior Class Play. Kistncr, Pauline Klawitter, Jack (Commercial) LeRoy Weekly ' 38; Annual (College Prep.) ' 9- Debating ' 37. Klemm, Russell R. (Industrial) Klingler, Mary (General I Girl Reserves ' 57, ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rah! " 38, " 39, " 40; Band " 36, " 37; Orch. ' 38; Spanish Club ' 37; Discobulus ' 39. " 40. Kreighbaum, Jack ( Industrial I Kreighbaum, Barbara Jean (Commercial) Band " 36. " 37. " 33. " 39; Social Ch. " 33. " 39; Art Club " 39. " 40; Girl Reserves ' 57; Weekly " 37; Annual " 40. LaBelle, Norma (College Prep.) Latin Club ' 38. ' 59; Girl Reserves " 37. " 38. " 39. Lantz, Richard (College Prep.) Band " 37. Senior Class Play. Lavrich, Mary (General ) Girl Reserves " 3 7; So- cial Ch. ' 37; Rah! Rah! ' 38. ' 39. ' 40; Social Ch. ' 39; French Club ' 39, ' 40; Pres. ' 40; Art Club ' 40; Class Sec. " 37, " 38, " 39, ' 40; Debating " 38; Pennant ' 57, " 38, " 39. Leach, Bessie (Commercial) Glee Qub ' 36, ' 37. Leege, Geraldine Leist, Caroline Marie (General) (Commercial) Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. ' 59; Glee Club ' 36. Pres. ' 38, ' 39; Orch. " 57, " 38, " 39; Rah! Rah! 38, " 59; Social Ch. Class " 36; 1st State Solo Contest " 38, ' 39; 1st Nat ' l Solo Contest ' 39. Lennox, Elizabeth Bernice (General) Glee Club ' 56, ' 37, ' 38; Girl Reserves " 36, " 37, " 38; Rah! Rah! " 39, " 40; Art Club " 39. ' 40; Weekly ' 37. ' 58. Lepara, Helen (Commercial) Dramatic Club ' 57. Lerner, Jean Ruth (General ) Lerner. Lowell (General) Fighting 50. " 39. Band " 56. " 38, Baseball Mgr. " 39. Lerner. Richard (College Prep.) Hi-Y " 38, " 59. " 40; Fighting Fifty " 59, ' 40; Vice Pres. of Class " 59, " 40; Forum Club ' 39; ' -:0; Annual ' 40; Inter- clajs Basketball ;36. ' 57; Camera Club ' 36, 37. ' 3?, " 39. Senior Cliii Play. Lindley, Dean ( Industrial) Lochmondy, Evelyn ( CJommerc.al ) Luckenbill, Phyllis Imcgene ( Commercial ) Luckman, Robert Sidney (General) Sandbur Football " 56. ' 37. ' 38; Bowling " 38. " 39; Pres. " 39; Inter- class Basketball " 56. ■37. " 38. ' 39. Lyon, Marna (Ccllegc Prep.) Rah! Rah! " 38. " 39. ' 40; French Club " 38. " 39. " 40; Treas. " 39; Girl Reserves " 57, " 38. McCarty, June (College Prep.) French Club " 59; Girl Reserves " 57. " 38. " 39; Anthology St;iff " 59. McCreary, Richard ( C ,T.mercial J McDowell, Paul DeVon ( General ; Band " 37. " 58. ' 39; Orch. ' 36. ' 37. ' 38. ' 39; Vice Pres. ' 39; Interclass Basketball ' 36, ' 38. ' 59; Cross fyjtintry ' 37; Ist Divi- sion Nat ' l Bassoon ' 39; Orch. Conducting ' 39: Woodv ind Quintette ' 38. ' 39. Maloney, Martin J. (fielii ral) Latin Club " 39. ' 40; Cross Country ' 37. ' 38, ' 39; Track ' 38. ' 39. Martin, Bruce L. (General) Band ' 58, ' 59, " 40. Mason, " Wilbur R. ( Industrial) May, Weldon (General) Feature Writer Week- ly ' 39. Mead, Grace (Home Economics) Paf e Thirty-E!!(ht y f7 1 -4 ,. - ? f ii Vagc Thirty-Nine Mead. Thomas E. ( Indusrnal ) Interclass Basketball ■37, ' SS, ' 59. Me ' er, Julianne ( ' College Prep.) Band ' 35, ■36, " 37; Spanish Club ' 37, ' 38; Ist and 2nd State ' 56. ■57. Meyer, Robert (Industrial) Sandbur Football ' 37. Meyer, Ruth E. (CJommercial) Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. ' 39; French Club ' 38, " 39; Weekly ' 38. ' 39; Annual ' 40; An- thology ' 38, ' 39. Middleton, Beth (General) Spanish Club ' 3 6, ' 37 Glee Club ' 36 ' 37 ' 38 Art Club ' 39. ' 40; Rah Rah ' 38, 39, ' 40 G. A. A. 37. ' 38 Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 37 ' 58, ' 39, ' 40 Miller, Betty Lou (College Prep.) Latin Club ' 37, " 38; Girl Reserves ' 36, ' 3S, ' 39. ' 40; Forum Club ' 39. ' 40; French Club ' 39, ' 40; ' Weekly ' 39, ' 40; Annual ' 39, ' 40; Junior Class Play ' 39. Senior Class Play. Miller, Bill (Commercial) .Student Conductor ' 37, ' 38; Band ' 36. " 37, " 38, ' 39; Orch. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; 3rd Nat ' l ' 38; 2nd State ' 39; Equip. Mgr. " 37, " 38, ' 39. Miller. Jean I Art I Orch: ' 36. " 57, ' 3S. ' 59: Band " 5S, ' 39. ' 40; Flute Quartet 2nd Nat ' l ' 5S; Flute Solo 1st State " 59. Miller, Norma Jean (Home Economics) Glee Club ' 57. ' 38. " 59. Miller, Robert E. (General) Interclass Basketball 37; Track ' 37. ' 38, " 39, " 40; Cross Coun- try " 37, " 38, " 39. Mills, Margaret Jane (General) Camera Club " 38, " 39; Band ' 37. ' 58, ' 39, ' 40; Orch. ' 39. " 40; Latin Club " 38. " 39; 1st Solo ' 59; 1st Ensemble ' 39. Minelli, Josephine (Commercial) Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38. ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 39, " 40; Weekly ' 37, ' 38. Mishler, Dorothy J. (General) Rah! Rah! ' 38. ' 39, ' 40; Latin Club " 38, ' 39. ' 40; Girl Reserves " 37. " 38; Program Ch. " 37; Art Club ' 40; Discobu- lus " 40; Annual " 40. Monger, Evelyn Jean (General) Rah! Rah! " 39, " 40; Girl Reserves ' 37. ' 38. ' 39, ' 40; Latin Club ' 38, ' 39, ' 40. Mott. Annabelle (General) Glee Club " 58, " 39; Girl Reserves " 59. Mozes. Leopold (College Prep.) Tennis ' 59. Murphy, Charles E. (General) Hi-Y ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Fighting Fifty ' 39, ' 40; Track ' 39, ' 40; Rec- ord Club ' 59. ' 40; In- terclass Basketball ' 37. ' 53. ' 59. Murphy, Rita (Commercial) Myers, Kenneth E. (General) Glee Club ' 59. ' 40. Nicholson, Martha Alice (College Prep.) French Club " 58. ' 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 59. Olson, Louise (College Prep.) Girl Reserves ' 37. ' ; ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 58. ' 39, ' 40; Latin Club ' 38. ' 39; French Club ' 39 ' 40; Art Club ■59, ' 40; Weekly 36, 37, 38. Oswalt, Geneva (Commercial) Overholt, Vivian (Home Economics) Parrott, Lewis (Industrial) Parrott, Thomas (General) Patanelli, Michael J. (General) Fighting Fifty ' 38. ' 39, ' 40; Sandbur Football ' 36, ' 37; " Varsity Foot- ball ' 38, ' 39; Interclass Basketball ' 36. ' 37; Varsitv Basketball ' 58. ' 39; track, 38. 59. Pearson, Jeanne B, ( Commercial ) Girl Reserves ' 56. ' 37. " 58; Glee Club " 37, ' 58, ■39, ' 40. Penrod, Tom (Industrial) U ' eekly Reporter ' 37. Pettifer, Frank Phillips, Dorothy Phillips, James H. ((General) (College Prep.) (College Prep.) Interclass Basketball Rah! Rah! ' 39, ' 40; Hi-Y " 38. " 59, " 40; 5 6. Girl Reserves ' 57, ' 58, Devt " l Ch. " 39; Fight- ■59, ' 40; Forum Club ing Fifty " 39, " 40; De- " 59. " 40; Annual " 59. bating " 38; Sandbur " 40; Debating " 39, " 40; Football ' 37; Interclass Discobulus Club " 39, Basketball " 57. " 58; " 40; Weekly " 38, ' 59; Mgr. " Varsity Football Record Club " 40. Sen- " 59. " 40. ior Class Play. Pipher, John W. ( Industrial) Record Club 9. Pippenger, Howard I Industrial) Vis. Ed. ' 38, ' 39, MO; Sandbur Football ' 39. Poyser, Eloise (Hoinc Economics) Rah! Rah! " 59, ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 38, ' 59; ' 40; Art Club ' 38, ' 59, ' 40. Poyser, Richard (Commercial.) Forum ' 39, " 40; Inter- class Basketball ' 36; Sandbur Football ' 36. Pressler. Paul R. (General J Camera Club " 57, " 5?; Band " 56, ' 57, " 53; Orch. ' 57, " 58, " 59; Sec. " 5S. ' 59; French Club ' 3 8. ' 39; Visual Ed. ' 3 , " 53; Tennis ' 33; Record Club " 39; Treas. ' 39. Pvle, Robert Rackham, Ralph Raeder, Bernadine Rebstock, John (General) (Commercial) (General) Frederick Sandbur Football " 37. Girl Reserves " 37, " 38; Art Club " 58, ' 59. " 40. (College Prep.) Chess Club " 40; Forum Club ' 40. Renbarger, Jack L, (CoUeec Prep.) Rheinheimer, Donald (Ccllege Prep.) Baseball ' 57, ' 58, ' 39; Interclass Basketball ' 37, ' 38, ' 59; Cross Country ' 37. Riblet. Robert J. (General) Hi-Y " 57, -JS, ' 39; Fig iting Fifty " 57, " 38, " 59, " 40: Varsity Foot- ball ' 37, ' 38, " 59; In- terclass Basketball " 37, ' 3?, ■;9, ' 40. Rohleder. Betty Jo (Co .rrjercial) Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Pennant Weekly Riblet, Ruth Rinehart, Carleton Ring, Jack (College Prep.) H. (Industrial) Rah! Rah! " 38, " 39, " 40; (Commercial) Treas. " 39; French Club " 38, " 39; Social Ch. " 58: Art Club " 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves " 37, ' 38; ClaiS Social Ch. " 37, " 53: Debating " 37, " 38; Weekly " 37. " 38, ' 39; Advertising Mgr. An- nual ' 40. Roose, Charles Rose, Mary Roy, Beverly Robert Francis (College Prep (Corr.mercial) (College Prep.) R.ih! Rah! " 39, (Jirls Reserves " 36, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Club " 36, " 37, " 38 bate Club " 38, " 39, Pennant Weekly " 39; Pennant Ai " 39, " 40. ) " 40; " 37, Glee De- ' 40; " 38; nnual Ringenberg, Lucinda (Commercial) Girl Reserves " 38, " 39, " 40; Pennant Weekly " 38; Anthology " 59, " 40; Ch. " 40; Scholai- ship Award " 38. Rowe, James (Industrial) Fighting Fifty " 37, " 5S, ' 59. ' 40; Visual Educa- tion ' 37 ' 38. ' 39; Cam- era Club ' 38. ' 39; Inter- class Basketball ' 36, ' 37 Robinson, Ruth (Commercial) Orch. " 36, " 37, " 38; Quintet " 36; CJuartet " 37. Russell, Mary Jean (Home Economics) Rah! Rah! " 38. " 39, " 40; Girl Reserves " 37, " 38; Art Club " 39. " 40; Dis- cobulus " 39, " 40; Band- " 39. " 40 Rogers, Lynore G. (General ) Art Club " 59, " 40. Sanderson, Mario (Industrial) Pa e Forty f ' fiy fTrt t Pdgc Forty-One Schell. Donald (General I Glee Club T- . Schenher, Doris ( Ccimmcrcial) Girl Rcscr cs ' 36. Schiller, Arthur (College Prep.) Orch. ' 57, " 38, ' : ' 40; Band ' 39, ' 40. Schmidt, Elsa M. (General) Girl Rescr es ' 39; Glee Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' ¥); " Mikado " ' 38. Schott, " William C. (Industrial Schreiber, Allan (General) Spanish Club ' 38, ' 39; Sandbur Football ' 37. Schuler, Carolyn (General) Girl Reserves ' 3(3, ' 37. ' 39; Latin Club ' 38, ' 39; Aedile Art Club ' 39; ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Annual ' 39; ' 40; Weekly ' 37. Sharp. Maril Ti Shelley, Warren (.College Prep. ' l (General) G:rl Resen.-ei " 36, 37; Rah! Rah ' 38, ' 59, ' 40; Sargent-at-arms " 39: French Qub ' 39; " 40; Sec. " 39; Debate Club " 3$. ' 39, " 40; Treas. " 39; " tt ' eekly " 3S. Sen- ior Class Play. Band " 36, " 37, " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Orch. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, 40; Treas. of Band 37; Prcs. of Orch. ' 38; Interclass Basketball " 36; Nat " l Honors " 37, " 38, " 39; State Honors " 36, " 57, " 5S, " 59, " 40. Speraw, Kenneth (Industnali Spirito, Joe (Industrial) Baseball " 5S, " 39. " 40; Interclass Basketball " 37, " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Sandbur Football " 38, " 39. Record Club " 39; Prcs. " 39. Simons, Helen Ann (Home Econt.mies) Rah! Rah! " 38, " 39, " 40; Girl Reserves " 37, " 38, " 39. Class Treas. " 39, ' 40; Annual ' 40. Sproull, Dick (College Prep.) Debate Club ' 57. ' 58 " 39, ' 40; Pres. " 38, ' 59 " 40; Hi-Y ' 37, ' 38 " 39, ' 40; Ch. ' 39; Pres ' 40; Fighting Fifty ' 37 ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Treas ' 40; French Club ' 39 Treas. ' 39; Forum Club ' 36, ' 58, ' 39; " Vice Prcs. " 38. Sleeper, Carl (Industrial) Smith. Raymond (Industrial) Stafford, Doris (General) Latin Club ' 38, " 39. Staley, Rosemary (Commercial) Snook, Joe (General) Interclass Basketball ' 38; Orch, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Spencer, Phyllis M. (Home Economics) Steimer. Barbara (Gem: rah Rah! Rah! " 38, ' 39, " 40; Girl Reserves " 56, " 37, " 38; Art Club " 57, " 59, ' 40; Weekly ' 57, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40. Stemm, Luther (Industrial) Stenberg, Helen Patricia (College Prep.) Band ' 37. ' 33: Girl Rc- £er -e£ ' 57, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Latin Club ' 38, " 39, " 40; Art Club ' 39, ' 40; Weekly ' 57. ' 58, ' 59: Ir. Class Plav ' 39; Fcnrm Club " 59, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 53. " 39, " 40; Annual " 40. Stewart, Florence (Home Economics) Stock, Robert H. (Industrial) Hi-Y " 37, " 33, ' 39, ' 40; Fighting Fifty ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. ' 40; Social Ch. ' 39; Spanish Club ' 37, ' 58; Track ' 37, " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Interclass Basketball ' 37, 38, 39. Stoll, Forrest D. (College Prep.) Band " 37, " 38, " 39; Orch. " 58; Treas. of Band ' 55; Vice Pres. ' 39; 1st Div. Nat ' l Solo ' 59. Stone, Weir (Industrial) Strong, Claude W. (Industrial) Stump, Wyota (College Prep.) Girl Reserves ' 56, ' : ' 38. ' 39. Sykes, Georgiana (General ) Rah! Rah " 38, " 59 French Club " 58, " 40: An Club " 59 Girl Reserves " 36, " 38. Wcctlv " 58, " 59; nual ' 40. " 40; ' 59, ' 40: " 37, Taylor, Robert M. (College Prep) Thompson. Margaret Ann (General) Band ' 56, ' 57, ' 58, ' 59, ' 40; Orch. ;37, ' 39; Spanish Club ' 39, ' •0; Social Ch. ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 56. ' 57, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Music Ch. ' 39; Treas ' 40; Weekly Circulation Mgr. ' 40. Senior Class Play. Thomson, Robert (General) Band " 56, " 57. " l. . " 59, ' 40; Orch. ' 56, ' 37, " 38. ' 39. " 40; 1st Di- vision Natl Ensemble Ccntcst " 39; 2nd Div. State Sclo ' 37. Thornton, Ralph W. (General) Public Address System " 59. " 40: Awards in Auto Mech. and Elec- tricity " 53. Thunander, Mary Ann (Commercial ) Band " 56, " 57. " 58. ' 59, ' - 0; Sen. Rep. Band " 59, •:0: Orch " 57; Rah! Rah! " 38. " 39. " 40: 1st Nat " l Sclo " 58; 2nd Nat " l Sol o " 39. Tinslev. Mary Kathryn ( Commercial) Page forly-Tuo 1€IS f?. n Page Forty-T jrrr Todd. Norma Jean I Home Economics) Glee Club ■37. ' 38; Girl Re5er ' es " 3S; Oper- eru ' 3S; Weekly ' 38. Torok, Ella (Commercial) Truex, Eulalie (General) Latin Club ' 38. ' 39; Rah! Rah! ' 39, " 40. Truex, Myrtle Joan (Home Economics) Girl Reserves ' 37, " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Art Club ' 39, ' 40. Shank, Eleanor (College Prep.) Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Record Club Sec. ' 39, ' 40; Glee Club ' 37; Debating ' 37. ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Weekly So- licitor ' 37; Mgr. ' 39, ' 40; Junior Class Play ' 39; Debate Award ' 38. Senior Class Play. Ulery, Thelma (H ' me Economies) Vanderwalker, Thelmi (Home Economics) VanTilburg, Ray (Industrial) Sandbur Football ' 3 7. " 33; Interclass Basket- ball ' 57. ' 38, ' 39. " Vyverman, Joseph P. (General) Forum Club ' 39, ' 40; Annual ' 39, ' 40; Ten- nis ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. Wade, Bette June (Commercial) Glee Club ' 36, ' 37. Wagner, Glenndale (College Prep.) Interclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. Walcott, Phyllis Anne Girl Reserves ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; 1st " Vice Pres. ' 39; Spanish Club ' 39, ' 40; Vice Pres, ' 40; Rah! Rah! ' 39, ' 40; Scholas- tic Award ' 39. Wallace, Dorothy June (Commercial) Girl Reserves ' 38, ' 39; Weekly ' 39. Walters, Dorothy (Commercial) 0. A. A. ' 37. Warlick, Jack E. Wayne, William J. Weaver, Donald Weirich, Jack (Industrial) (College Prep.) (In ustrial) (Industrial) Glee Club ' 36, ' 57, ' 38, Forum Club ' 38, ' 39, Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 39; " Mikado " ' 38. " 40; Chess Club ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Art Club ' 39, " 40; Spanish Club ' 39, ' 40; Treas. ' 39; Sand- bur Football ' 36; Orch. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Band " 38, ' 39, ' 40; Glee Club " 59, ' 40; 2nd Div. Nat ' l Ensemble ' 38, ' 39. Senior Class Play. ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Treas. ' 38, ' 39; Sandbur Foot- ball ' 36, " 37, ' 38; In- terclass Basketball ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. Whittaker, Nadean Wilbur, Carolyn Wilcox, Ned Wilson, James Mae (College Prep.) (Ind ustrial) (General) (General) Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 38, Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, 39, Fighting Fifty ' 3S, ' 39, G-rl Reser -es ' 37, ' 38, " 39, ' 40; Debate Club ' 40; Inte class Basket- ' 40; Art Club ' 39, ' 40; ' 39, ' 40; Weekly ' 38, " 38, " 39; Sec. ' 39; For- ball 36, 37, ' 38, 39. Interclass Basketball ' 59, 40. um Club " 38, " 39, ' 40; ' 38, ' 39, ' 40. Pres. ' 40; Art Club ' 39. ' 40; G. A. A. ' 37, ' 38; Weekly ' 38, ' 59: Annual ' 39, ' 40; Record Club ' 39, ' 40. Wendland, Donald (General ) Chess Club ' 38, ' 39; Pres. ' 39. Windmiller, Margaret E. (Commercial) Girl Reserves Orch. ' 36, ' 37. Wenzel, Anne Louise (General) Wharton, Porter ( General) Interclass Basketball " 56; Vis. Ed. ' 58, ' 39, ' 40; Vice Pres. ' 39. Windoffer, Robert (Industrial ) Vis. Ed. " 36, " 37. Wise, LeRoy (General) Interclass Basketball " 36, ' 37, " 38; Track ' 58, ' 59, ' 40. Woker, Garman (General) Art Club " 39. ' 40; Bind ' 36, " 57, ' 38, ' 39, -0; Social Ch. ' 39. Wolf, Margaret ( Commercial) Girl Reserves ' 39; G. A. A. " 58; Discobu- lus " 59. Wood, Gladys (General) Rah! Rah! " 39, ' 40; Girl Reserves " 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, ' 40; Annual " 39, ' -I0. Yodcr, Eleanor (General ) Band ' 37. ' 38; Forum ' 39, ' 40; Art Club ' 39. ' 40; Girl Reserves ' 37, ' 58. ' 39, ' 40- " Voungblood, Thelma Mnric ( Commercial ) Zellers, William I Industrial ) Zook, Alice ( Commercial) Vage T-rjrty-¥ojtr o : in -s-! . Pd c Forty-Fii( A ir " Nw No hitchhiking in city limits! Fluffy-Duffs ' brand of beauty. Liz isn ' t interested (in books;! The sky ' s the limit, gals! SENIOR SNAPS SiTiiles — six varieties. Not required, but our favorite literature. The January officers — B. G. (before graduation) . Full of cider, fellas? ? ,■ Between classes and always — Vangie and Max. The D-S ' s giving out with their person- ality plus (? ?). The " Hedys " of E. H. S.— Bev and Shank. Vagc Forty- ix Holy smoke, Carl and Marge can take a joke! Who ' s the good looking Joe, gals? Marna and Ruth, posing for an ad in Mademoiselle? SENIOR SNAPS There ' s nothing like a stroll in the spring — tra! la! The brain-trust . . . Three giggling Commercial Majors. Right face! June Senior Officers. Built up for an awlul let down! G.T.M.T. leave their marble game and practise posing. " Boy, I sure smeared that Riley guard. " Don ' t Hi-Hat us, ?irls! Page Forty-SeiL ' ii i f " f?H ' V-1 C:-J O w, a 1 imr ' ?- A : , . Aa JSm ( ) P .r ■lifeifk k m ' ■ ' ■ -v 0 B-. ' f l i - , : - i ■ I ' r c:. O- , ' " C) f i A A 5 ' Ti ( I ' r » « ; ' . ' j«{ JANUARY ' 41 Row 1: Aldrich, J.; Alexander, J.; Anderson, A.; Ballero, E.; Balmer, H.; Barkes, E.; Battista, R.; Beaver, M.; Best, C; Bishop, H.; Bolenbaugh, B.; Bowers, J.; Boyce, G.; Boylan. D.; Brown, P.; Bueter, J.; Burson, B. Row 2; Bu5s, C; Byer, J.; Byrer, S.; Campanello, G.; Carris, G,; Chapman, G.; Chester, M.; Cittadine, M.; Clark, P.; Clement, L.; Culp, Ai.; Danforth, J.; Dascoli, M. J.; Deuel, V.; Dudley, W.; Fair, J.; Farley, V. Row 3: Farnsworth, L.; Gaibreath, J.; Goard, E.; Gordan, M.; Grant, R.; H::eb, D.; Haskin, B.; Fiart, F.; Hatfield, F.; Himebaugh, D.; Huster, E.; Jackson, R.; Kaser, Fi.; Kaser, H.; Kiser, D.; Knudson, E.; Lambo, M. Row 4; Lee, V.; LeFevre, R.; Lenaburg, J.; Leonard, M.; Lewis, G.; Linn, J.; Longcor, H.; Loshbaugh, L.; Lotz, H.; Lund, E. J.; Lunsford, J.; Alaure, D.; Mann, R.; Manohan, R.; Marks, B.; Marks, C; Mayfield, E. Row 5; McFadden, V.; Miller, C; Miller, J.; Miller, K.; Minelii. H.; Moore, M.; Munch, V.; Neal, D.; Nusbaum, L.; Overhau er, L.; Proseus, J.; Redman. B.; Remmell, C; Ripoli, R.; Ritter, K.; Robinson, M.; Rcdino, C. Row 6: Roland, R.; Rosen, H.; Roush, M.; Russell, P.; Sailor, C; Scott, M.; Selby, N. L.; Sherman, B.; Shoemaker, ,M.; Simmon , D.; Smeltzer, L; Smith, G.; Smith, J,; Snook, J.; Starzcnski, S.; Stewart. D.; Swank, H. Row 7: Swartzell, R.; Thursby, W.; Waggoner, J.; Wollam, J.; Wayne, B.; Whisler, B.; Whybrew. P.; Williams, R.; Wood, N.; Ycder, F. Pa, e Forty -Eight r mM • ' r D f! kS O f f .e " v " y, Sjv-ii-f JUNE - ' 41 Row I: Abel, W ' .; Aclibcrscr, A.; Achbcrgcr, A.; Allison, G.; Andro5on, H. M.; Artcr, L.; Asliville, L.; Atwatcr, D.; Auranz, M. Row 2: Avery, E.; Bickcrt. E.; Badke, M.; Bails, V.; Baskcrville, J.; Baum, D.: Bender, D.; Benn, H.; Bickart, B. Row 3: Billings, G.; Blccha, G.; Bleilcr, F.; Blocher, R.; Boehm, R.; Bonfiglio, E.; Bowman, B.; Brandon, C; Bray, V. Row 4: Broadbent, M.; Brumbaugh, A.; Bryant, M. j.; Buchanan, J.; Burdge, R.: Campancllo, A.; Campbell, M.; Cacaldo, P.; Chester, A. Row !: Childcrs, J.; Chirila, M. J.; Clark, N.; Colby, R.; Con- way, H.; Cook, J.; Cook, J.; Cornell, H. ; Cornelius, C. Row 6: Crandall, R.; Cripe, R.; Curtis, J.; Cutshaw, O.: Dal- rymple, L.; Decker, M.; Delprete, P.; Dempscy, M.; De Pew, B. Row 7: Diley, K.; Dinehart, J.; Dixon, B.; Doll. M. J.; Dooley, C; Doty, G.; Douglas, G.; Dukes, R.; Dunivan, B. Row S: Dunnuck, D. B., Dygert, L.; Eadi, C; Eaton, J.; Eckcrt, D.; Eimer, E.; Eppers, M.; Farley, B.; Farmer, B. Row 9: Fawcett, M.; Fedell, P .; Fillio. C; Fedder, E.; Feeger, J.; Fetterly, R.; Fink, M.; Fisher, A.; Fisher, D. Row 10: Fisher, D. L. ; Fleming, D.; Flora, L.; Fodroczi, Y.; Forbregd, J.; Forrest, B.: Foster, j Jj-3nklin R.; Friend, M. Row 11: Galbreath, R.; Gans, i ard, F.; Gardner, G.; Geiger. G.; Gerking, M.; Gilbreth, C aisl-Xjvt. A.; Glase. D. Row 12: Glassburn M%L w nm ' (?K p.; Green. M.; Green. R. Greiner. B. L.; Griner, .; Grise, VTr ' £ro ' e, G.; Grush, E. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Last September the following were elected as junior cl.iss officers: Prcsit iiif, Toby LeFevre; Virf-PrcsiJcii , Audrey Morrow; Sccrc- tary, Nancy Jaeserich; Trctisiiicv, Wilbur Wright; Social Chaiiiiiiiii, Marge Chester. A " Junior Jive " party was held in the cafeteria December 3, 1939. Officers for the new 1940 semester were elected as follows: President, Wilbur Wright; Vicc-Prcsiciciif; Toby LeFevre; Secre- tary, Nancy Jaeserich; Tirnsiircr, Ruth Fetterly; Social Chairmen, Deb Fleming and Marge Chester. Since the class organized, Mrs. Earhart and Mr. Eggleston have remained the class sponsors. The junior class pla ' " Growing Pains " , directed bv Mr. Hudeison, was presented March 13. Selling at football and basketball games, giving jitney dances, selling pins, and presenting the class play enabled the class to en- tertain the seniors at the prom. Page Forty-Nine fll ' ' 0, r f ? =lZ iry A a ' : ' ' P ' jp n 1 ' r ' ' - ' » A A A ! D JUNE - ' 41 Row 1: Guy, G.; Hanging R.; Hardwick, G.; Hardy, E.; HarrinL;ton, li.; Harris, E.; Havcnstcin, J.; Henderson, B.; Herman, L.; Herman, jM.; Herrii, J.; Herron, M.; Hoguc, G.; Hollar, B.; Hoagbnd, H.; Horn, B.; Hostetler, Y. Row 2: Hudson, R.; Hunter, L.; Hursli, M.; Husted, B.; Hutton, J.; Ignafol, J.; Ivins, E.; Jackson, E.; Jaeserich. N.; Jellison, M.; Jenkins, V.; Jennings, L.; Johnson P.; Johnston, B.; Johnston, G.; Junes, C; Jordan, W. Row 3: Kamp, W.; Karasch, L.; Kasamis, G.; KauJfman. R.; Kauffman, V.; Kegerrels, K.; Kendall, A.; Kenyon, i ; Kern, P.; Kiefer, P.; King. B.; King. M.; Kline, L; Kuehn, C; Kunce, V.; Kurtz, B.; Kurtz. B. Row 4: Eansche. R.; LaRocque, J.; Larson, R.; Lauer. B.; Lemna, P.; Lendnian, R.; Liclitenberger, M.; Linn, K.; Long, D.; Longacre, D.; Lorenz, R.; Lorenz, U " .; Loucks, K.; Love, M.; Lovejoy, H.; Lund, V.; Mackowiz, F. ■ ' ■ Row 5: Mackowiz, P.; Manfredi, A.; Manfredi, J.; Maniaci, G.; Maniaci, J.; Mann, K.; Markel, L.; Markey. C.; Marsh, A.; Marsh, D.; Martin, B.; Martin. H.; McCartney, W.; McCreary, T.; McGann, C.; Meadows, H.; Mellott, D. Row 6: Melvin, B.; Metcalf, M.; Metzler. L.; Miceli, Y.; Miller, C; Miller, C ; Miller, E.; Miller, G.; Miller. H.; Miller. L.; Miller, V.; Minegar. J.; Mishler, B.; Modrell, G.; Mollenhour, E.; MoUenhour, L.; Montenero, R. Row 7: Moore, L,; Moore, T.; Morlan, M.; Morningstar, M.; Morrow, A.; Moyer, M.; Moyer, P.; Munch, V.; Murphy, R.; Myers, L.; Myers, M.; Nanos, D.; Neff, R.; Newman, J.; Nihart, H.; Oakes, D.; Oaks, M. ' ' Pa e fifty ' j, ' ' f - i JUNE - 41 Row I: On , R.; Ott, L.; Payne, H.; Peterson. M. A.; Peterson. R.; Phend. L.; Pipher. P.; PLmk, R.; Polczoes. H. Row 2: P.mko. M.; Pnntious. A.; Rccd. E.; Rccd. ' .; Rhodes, D.; Richmond. B. J.; Rogers, C; Rose, B.; Rosen ' jcrg. S. Row 3 : Robinson, A.; Rout son. M.; Russell , C; Sanders. B.; Sargent, M.; Schode, H.; Shank, J.; Schenk. R.; Sehrocdcr. J. Row 4: Scott, J.; Sheaier, D.; Shupcrt, B.; Sigsbce. V ' .; Simcox. T.; Simons, D.; Smith, H. K.; Smith, G.; Smith, H. Row S : Smith. H.; Smith, R.; Smith. M.; Snook, E.; Spcicher, E.; Spencer, B.; Stafford, B.; Stanley, M. E.; Stephic, E. Rtiw 6: Strine, M. J.; Strukcl, B.; Swartz, B.; Swinehart. D.; Syson, B.; Terlep, G.; Thomas. P.; Thornton, ' .; Tice, R, Row 7: Todd B.; Towsley, E.; Trautwein, K.; Trover, E.; Troyer, P.; Troyer, M.; Troyer. P.; Troyer, W.; Tully, V. Row S: Van Curen, " .; ' .in Tilburi:;, K.; ' erhai;en, J.; Ulaer- n:njk. E.; W ' ayner, J.; Walker, M.; Walter. B.; Walter, J.; Wai- ters, M. Row 9; Ward. P.; Ware, A.; Waterman. J.; Waterman, M.; Waterman, R.; Waterman, R.; Waterman, R.; Watts, D.; Wayne, I. Row 10: Weaver. J.; Webbert. F.; Weldv. W.; Welch. B., Whalen. H.; White. M.; Whitmyer, F.; Whitmyer. H.; Wi-cnt, S. Row U: Willard, H.; Williams. D.; Williams. J.; WilEs. H.; Wine, v.; Winters, P.; Wise, K.; Wise, R.; Witter, S. Row 12: Wood, B.; Wood, J.; Work, M.; Work, N.; Wright. E; Wright. W ' .; Yarnell, M.; Yeakey. M.; Youngblood, L. Row 13: Zentz, E.; Zimmerman, K.; Zook. E. Page Fifty-One " With the wind in her hair . . . " Guarding the " portals of knowledge Juniors show their wares. . . . and they hadn ' t eaten for days! JUNIOR SNAPS Blow hard! Don ' t look now, but here they are again . . . Happy as the day is long. Stand-bys of the Weekly and the G. R. ' s. Umm, talk about glamour! ! Stan and Phyl compare notes. Well, say something! Vay e Fifty-Two A flashbulb highlights four juniors. Burr collects — " Shell out, boys! " Paging the truant officer! ! Jeanne and Al jiving it. JUNIOR SNAPS Another traveling salesman joke, Mrs. Earhart? Kinda forced, boys! The line-up — Chester to Huss. A screwy photographer will do anything! Two types of dancers. A hot platter coming up. " And there I was, on my own goal line . . . " What ' s the attraction up there? ? Page Fifty-Three SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY The sophomore class met in the cafeteria September 20 to elect officers and sponsors. The officers elected were as follows: President, Gilbert W ' eldy; Vici ' -Prcshieiif, Jean Crosier; Sccre- fary, Betty Lou Johnson; Treasurer, Richard Erdmann; Soc al Chiiinneu, Carol Jean Veatch and Frank Lavrich. The sponsors chosen were A.Iiss Busche and Mr. Gemmecke. A Christmas party was held in the cafeteria December 9, 1939, and a prominent guest proved to be St. Nick himself. Dancing and refreshments were also enjoyed. The class of ' 42 agam met the second semester and chose these officers: President, Gilbert Weldy; Vice-President, War- ren Clark; Secretary, Betty Lou Johnson; Treasurer, Dick Erdman; Social Chairmen, Jean Crosier and Rav Humecke. Miss Busche and Mr. Gemmecke were renamed as sponsors. Another party was held April 27 in the gym. tl ' ' . i l£ k O ' A C ' P a A f f: 1 k ' ' m ' " :m f " ' jO fh W€h «? ,P ! 4. I Mi 1 t JANUARY - ' 42 Row 1: Anderson, J.; Aydelottc, D.; Beckwith, G.; Bennett, G.; Bentz, V.; Bleiler, P.; Blocher, R.; Brauer, S.; Brown, A. J.; Boyer, M.; Campbell, B.: Clelland, M.; Cook, P.; Correll, E.; Cox, W.; Crofoot, R.; Crosier, J. Row 2: Dandino, L.; Darr, B.; Demos, D.; Donaldson, K.; Duncan, M.; Eason, E.; Edson, E.; Elliott, G.; Ernest, B.; Faust, V.; Fisher, M.; Fluskey, B.; For- ney, J.; Frick, R.; Friday, A. M.; Galasso, J.; Gilbrcath, F. Row 3: Guyer, G.; Hall, J.; Havens, D.; Heeter, N.; Hiatt, M.; Hoffman, D. ; Holdread, H.; Holmes, C; Hosier, D.; Hostettler, R.; Humbarger, W.; Humecke, R.; Johnson, C; Johnson, B. L.; Kauffman, P.; Kegg, B.; Kehres, M. P ov.- 4: Kiefer, H.; Kies, J.; Killinger, M. H.; King, H.; Kirkwood, B. J.: Klingler, W.; Knudson, C; Krauser, M. L.; Krysiak, S.; Kurtz, B.; Kurtz, N.; La Flower, B.; Laut, J.; Larson, H.; Lesher, M.; Lobmillcr, G.; Long, M. Rov J: Long, M.; Longacre, R.; Lorenz, J.; Mahar, J.; Mayer, E.; McFall, M. J.; Mead, M.; Miller, H.; Miller, I.; Millory, V.; Minichillo, N.; Minnes, R.: Mitchell, B.; Mohr, F.; Montencro, E.; .Moran, C; Morehouse, G. Row 6: .Morgan, E.; Murphy, B.; Newcomer, W.; Niblock, R.; O ' Conner, T.; Pancost, P.; Parsell, S.; Payne, R.; Peck, P.; Phillips, E.; Putnam, R.; Raab, N.; Raedcr, H.; Ray, R.; Redman, M,; Reim, W.; Rice, J. Row 7: Rowe, P.; Sawyer, R.; Schiltz, M. L.; Schmuhl, S.; Schutt, M.; Sears, E.; Sennholtz, B.; Shaw, J.; Shelly, B.; Smith, M.; Smith, ' « ' .: Spade, M.; Speener, F.; Stev art, H.; Sutton, G.; Teed, J.; Todt, J. Row 8: Van Zile, W.; Vine, D.; Waggoner, B.; Waterman, J.; Weaver, M.;Weer, S.; Weirich, K.; Whitmer, I.; Whitmyer, A.; Wight, D.; Williamson, M.; Wilmore, B.; Young, B. Prt ' f Fifty-Four l ' .1 y JUNE - ' 42 Row 1: Adamo, A.; Adams. D.: Adams, J.; Adams, P.; Akins, R.; Alwlne, M.; Alwine, M.; Artlcy. M.; Ashley, M. Row 2: Augustine, B.; Avery, E.; Baer, L.; Banker, B.; Barrett, A.; Barrett, D.; Bartmess, B.; Bash, M.; Battista, D. Row 3: Bauer, B.; Beber, E.; Beckwith, G.; Bentz, D.; Bergstrom, J.; Bilancio, E.; Black, C; Bonfiglio, F.; Bloomingdale, L. Row 4: Borger, D.: Borger, E.; Borrelli, R.; Botts, R.; Bowers, R.; Bowers, R.; Bridge, B.: Briles, J.: Brown, B. Row 5: Brown, G.; Brown, G.; Brown, J.; Brown. J.; Brown, P.; Buescher. M.; Buetcr. K.; Bonn, B.; Burke, J. Row 6: Burke M.; Butz, R.: Cappelletti, J.; Carlson, J.; Carlson, J.; Carter, D.; Chapman, T.: Chester, M.; Chester, XT. Row 7: Clark, W.; Clawson, N.; Clelland, . I.: Comer, « ' .; Cone. C: Cripe. M.; Crowder. R.; Davis, M,; Davv. Row 8: De Dario. M.; Delprcte. D.; Denman. D.; De ' aughn, D.; Diley, .M.; Diveley, B.; Douberteen, C; Downing, B.; Downing, R. Row 9: Dresser, P.; Duhammel, E.; Drummond, S.; Duesler, X.; Dunker, R.; Dunnington, M.; Duweluis, T.; Echols, M. K.; Eckert, A. J. Row 10: Eckert, L. B.; Edson, E.; Elliott, J.; Elliott, M.; Emer- son, E.; Erdmann, R.; Essig, F.; Evans, D.; Fager, M. Row 11: Fasig, K.; Fisher, C: Fischer. E.; Fetters. H.; Fields, J.: Fillio, R.; Firstcnberger, B. L.: Fore. B.: Foster. B. Row 12: Friemund, P.: p?l(:r. D.; Funkhouser, P.: Fwifaro. F.; Gall. M.; Ganger, R.; GarJ; ;— l . ; Gaume, N,; Gillette, J. Page Fifty-Five ' I e ' f r k h.t n £i ' ' e: ' jr-- ( ' p) p f - f ' ( y ' k " : ' ; A ' : M ' , , JUNE - ' 42 Row 1: Glanders, R.; Glase, B.; Gordon, R.; Gorhutt, L.; Grames, A.; Gray, D.; Green, D. B.; Grootveld, J.; Gunts, M. E.; Haines, H.; Hammon, O.; Hapner, C. ; Karasch, E.; Hatfield, E.; HaA ' en, E.; Hayward, D. Row 2: Hedge, R.; Hein, R.; Heiner, M.; Helbling, P.; Henderson, R.; Herrii, B.; Herrli, J.; Hess, B.; Hessler, B.; Hibschman, F.; Hill, V.; Heltmansperger, R.: Hively, K.; Hoffman, J.; Hoffman, S.; Holdcrman, G.; Holley, L. Row 3: HoUoway, J.; Hoppe, J.; Horn, J.; Hostettler, A.; Hoyt, F.; Husted, H.; Huster, M.; Johnson, C; Johnson, C; Johnson, H.; Johnson, M.; John- son. P.; Jones, E.; Jones, H.; Jordon, R.; Kaiser, R.; Keggereis, D. Row 4; Keim, C; Kentner, M.; Kenny, G.; Kish, J.; Kisor, A.; Klingler, V ; Koher, G.; Koontz, B.; Kripick, R.; Kunkel, i[.; Kurtz, N.; Landis, A.; Lang, K.; Lanning, M.; Larsen, J.; Lavrich, F.; Leege, J. Ro7.- T: Lcisc, L.; Leonard, D.; Lewis, J.; Lewis, J.; Lewis, M.; Lm berry, H. ; Lon3acre, S.; Longnecker, E.; LossayP.; Lunsford, E.; Maggert, H.; Mahoney, E.; Maloney, D.; Maniaci, A.; Mann C; Marling, J.; Martin, W. Row 6: McCartney, P.; McDonald, N.; McKinley, R.; Meadows, J,; Mead, P.; Meyers, A.; Micklich, A.; Micklich, J.; Miller, A.; Miller, B.: Miller, B.; Miller, C.; Miller, D.; Miller, G.; Miller, L.; Miller, R. Row 7: Miller, W.; Mills, B.; Minegar, C.; Morgan, R.; Morris, B.; Morris, D. ; Mullarkey, R.; Myers, L.; Myers, R.; Nadoeny, M.; Neff, P.; Nelson, B.; Xelson, D.; Xelson, E.; Newman, J.; Nicholson, R.; Nolan, B. Pvow 8; Nordman, E.; Nordman, M.; Nusbaum, C.; Nye, P.; Osborne, L.; Osterloo, B.; Ott, M.; Ovier, L.; Overlease, P.; Owen, N.; Owen, R.; Palmer, L; Palumbo, G.; Parbho, M.; Potter, N.; Pixley, J.; Pittman, J. I- ' a j Fifty-Six n f ' r:: n kQ i J- I - :m Mj} JUNE - ' 42 Row 1: Price. J.; Plummcr, C; Poyser. M.; Quick. L.; Raab, R.; Raeder, C; Rees, U.; Reeser, B.; Rcser, P.; Robbins, D.; Robinson, M.; Rodino, J.; Rogers. D.; Rookstool, C; Roscr, S.; Rossie. J.; Rouch. B. Row 2 : Roush, D.; Russell, F.; Sailor, E.; Salce, C; Sanderson, L.; Sappington, V.; Schenk, B.; Schmelzer. H. : Schmidt, C; Schmidt. M.: Schreiber, J.; Schrock, B.; Scott, G.; Scott. L.; Scott. V.; Sechrist, C; Sckora, L. Row 5: Shafcr. P.; Shank, L.; Shaw, I.; Shearer, M.; Shelley, D.; Shew, P.; Sit;niund, W ' .; Silters. R.; Snieltzer, D.; Smith, I.; Smith. J.; Smith, M.; Smith. M. E.; Smith, N. }.; Smith, R.; Snyder, T.; Speener, R. Row 4: Speraw, C; Stack, V.; Scahly, J.; Stangle, G.; Stewart, H.; Stewart, " .; Stocking, H.; Stout. D.; Stoutenour. C.; Straub. P.; Stuart, W ' .; Straw. D.; Stuck, D.; Stump, M.; Sturm, H.; Stutsman, J.; Swartz, J. Row 5: Taylor, M.; Thorntnn, H.; Thornton, L.; Tillwack, D.; Toomire, P.; Trovatorc, A.; Trover, K.; Truex, V.; Unzickcr, L.; Van Orsdall, E.; Van Tilburg. C; Veatch. C. J.; Vigren, R.; Vetter, D.; Vine, H.; Wade. P.; Wallin, J. Row 6: Walters. J.; Warner, S.; Waterman, j.; Wayne. J.; Weber. M.; Weiss. J.; Weiss. M.; Wcldy, G.; Welter. N.; Wendland, M.; Wentz, D.; Whalen, M.; White. M.; Whitehead, T,; Whitmyer, A. M.; Whittaker, D.; Wilcox, S. Row 7: Willey, F.; U ' iUiams, H.; ( ' iner, J.; Windbigler, G.; Winter. R.; Wiseman, B.; Wiseman. F.; Witmer. H.; Woodford, J.; Woodford. P.; Wvlie. M.; Yeates, J.; Yeoman, R.; Yergin, R.; Yoder, L.; Ypma, D.; Zentz. D. Row 8: Zentz, M.; Ziesel, M.; Zimmerman, L.; Zinn, J. Page Fifty-Set ' i On the Avenue. Smile, darn you, smile! Lucky lad, that Erdman! Hey, watch where you ' re going! Here ' s Schafer, lads! In this corner, a bookworm. Dream on, little gal. Vage fifty-Eight " You take the high road .ind I ' ll take the low road! " Back from lunch. " Aw — you know I do! " SOPH SNAPS Gad, all this fuss over one measly book! Oh, you kid! Wipe that smirk off your face, young man! Aqua for the " pause that refreshes. " Cheer up. Sophs, don ' t you sigh. You ' ll be seniors bye and bye. Boy, can those Soph " Tyrones " dish it out! We bet Veatch tells that to every boy! Out for air. Page Fifty-Nine AND THE FRESHMEN Freshmen . . . how we hiugh at them! ... so inexperienced . . . trying to appear at ease . . . stvmibhng and faltering around in the halls. But in spite of all this, these freshmen will suddenly grow up and become the dignified seniors of 1943. As is the custom of all Freshmen classes, they did not organize this year but will wait until next fall. We expect great things from this class and no doubt these freshmen will make themselves and their class well remembered in school history. Row 2: Blocher, J.; Bonfiglio, M.; Borneman, M.; Borrelli, M.; Bradshaw, L.; Britt, J,; Brown, M.; Burrell, E.; Brundage, W. ,,f « r ,o o i Row 3: BurroLis, B.; Burson, H.; Butler, G.; Carlson, J.; Cherry, G.; Chomer, E.; Clare, D.; Clark, H.; C nley, N. Row 4: Dalton, J.; DIckerhoff, R.; Doke, V.; Donjildson, B.; Duw, E.; Ellis, T. ; Evans, B.; Everett, B.; Falinestock, P. Row T: Fischer, E.; Flanders, B.; Fletcher, G.; Freed, M.; Games, B.; Gard, M.; Gardner, G.; Gill, C; Goodrich, B. Row 6; Garnick, E.; Grove, G.; Gustatson, E.; Hardy, B.; Hart, M.; Holdeman, B.; Holdeman, D.; Holdread, D.; Huffman, K. Row 7: Humecke, G.; Ister, C; Jackson, C; Jenkins, B.; Jessen, J.; Kauffman, D.; Kentner, R.; King, C. ; Knudson, E. Row 8: Kotwas, D.; Kroeder, M.; Kunkel, C; Lanni, N.; Leist, C. A.; Lindstrom, T.; Lines, M.; Lock, R.; Long, F. Row 9: Longcor, R.; Loshbough, L.; McCollough, J.; McCoUough, L; McCreary, H.; McLaughlth, K.; Mahar, J.; Mann, R.; Mans- field, M. Row 10: McDaniel, D.; McDowell, D.; Merrill. C; Mick, D.; Miller, R.; Mitchell, J.; Montenero, L.; Nusbaum, J.; Oakes, A. Row 11: Ong, J.; Osborne, V.; Park, C; Peters, J.; Petriela, R.; Piedmont, E.; Pontious, L.; Raeder, B.; Ravenscroft, G. Row 12: Rayl, B.; Reynolds, L.; Rheinheimer, J.; Roderick, K.; Rosen, L.; Rowe, J.; Russell, P.; Sampsell, H.; Schieber, J. f ifV f X MU fti a Pa e Sixiy C3 I i mK .: 1 -L Ok li« yLy JANUARY - ' 43 Row I: Shackle. H.; Sh.iw, D.; Slictlcr, V.; Sliupcrt, V.; Smc!t cr, P.; Smith, H.; Smith. M. B.; Smith, T.; Smith. ' .; Snyder. B.; Snyder. L.; Stewart, G.; Stcne, H.; Swikcrt, O.; Thomas, J.; Vcscclus, P.; W ' agyoncr, G. Row 2: Warner, G.; Warren, J.; Warren. R.; Weisncr, K.; Wcideman, R.; Weirick, L.; White, K.; Windmlller, W.; Wilson, B.; Wilmer. D.; Yerke, D. Zentz, D. JUNE - ' 43 Row 4: Ad.ims, J.; Akin, R.: Alwiii;, H.; Aibo. ' Mst. H.; Aslivillc, R.; Atkins. I:.; Ball, ,|.; B.iils, B.; B.ikcr, R.; B.ilyc.it, D.; Bates, A.; B.ucs, P.; Battista, L.; Bcils, I-.; Bcjr, M.; Bccktfll, W.; Bcnn, M. Row St Bennett, S.; Bevington, D.; Bibbo, J.; Bkiser, C; Bootorff, S.; Boomersliinc, D.; Borsa, M.; Bourke, M.; Bowers, I.; Bowlby, A.; Boyer, D.; Bjyer, H.; Bozzacco, M.; Bridge, B.; Brigant, J.; Brown, J.; Brow-n, M. Row 6: Brown, M.; Brunihaugli, .(.; Briisdahl, M.; Butler, P.; Checchio, P.; Cliirila, R.; Clark, D.; Clausen, G.; Clausen, V.; Clayton, E.; Click, B; Cole, B.: Collins, K.; Conant, T.; Conner, M.; Coville, H.; Cripe, P. Row 7: Crowley, D.; Gulp, E.: Dalios, M.; Davis, iM.; Decker, N.; De Dario, J.; De Francisco, R.; Defreese, M.; De Mauro, R.; Denman, C; Dcnnian, R.: Dettwicler, K.; Divietro, S.; Doncaster, B.; Duesler, K.; Duncan, E.; Dupofin, G. Page Sixfy-One i:u ImV JL. |i f " -)«? ,i JUNE - 43 Ruw I: Dressier, G.; Dygert, M. J.; Earnhart, R.; Edwards, B.; English, G.; Erickson, E.; Estes, R.; Farmer, M.; Fawcett, J. Row 2 : Fisher, B.; Fisher, C. H.; Fiickin er, C; Franklin, E.; Freed, D.; Frye, M.; Frye, M.; Funk, L.; Galbreath. R. Row 3: Ganj er, D.; Gans, D.; Gates, A.; Gilbert, J.; Giomi, C • Giore, D.; Good, L.; Golden, B.; Gordon, G. Ruw 4: Grames, D.; Gray, J.; Griel, Fi.; Guncer, H.; Gushua, Fi.; Gutermuth, R.; Fiall, J.; Mansen, J.; Hapner, C. Ruw S: Harrigan, C; Hart, F.; Hart. P.; Hatfield, B.: Harthill, D.; Haitrantt, F.; Hays, J.; Helser, H.; Herrle. G. Row 6: Herron, R.; Hiatt, N.; Hibshman, G.; Hibshman, H.; Hiliiard, B.: Hoc tor, T.; Hoetzer, T.; Hoke. E.; Holley, H. Row 7: Hultz, D.: Hoon, M.; Hosier, M. V.; Hosimer, J.; Howley, I. ; Hugg, M. L. ; Hutschenreuter, M. ; laniggo, M. ; lannarelli, M. Ruw 8 : lannarelli. V.; Ingram, G.; Jellison, J.; Jenkins, E.; Jessup, K.; Johnson, M.; Jones, B.; Jones, G.; Kalkifin, G. Row 9; Kane, L.; Karasch, W.; Kautfman, J.; Kendall, B.: Kensinj er, M. A.; Kentner, M.; Kidder, A.; Kidder, E.; Kiefer, E. Row i : Kmney, B.; Kipka, C; Kistner. G.; Klingaman, A.; Ktithe, R.; I.ai ro, J.; Lambo, M.; Lape. D.; Larson, E. Ro - 1 1 : Laudeman, M. L.; Lee, . Lehman, A ' .; Lerner, H.; Lerner, R.; Lewis, M. A.; Linton, ' .; Lock, L.; Luckman, B. Row 12: Ludlow, B.; Lyon, AL: Majery, B.; Marks, J.; Marks. R.; Martin, P.; Mast, B.; Mayou, E.; McCracken, D. l a ' ' :. S:xty-Tuo 1 Wl ..J fy r r p 1? JUNE - 43 Row 1: McCrackcn, R.; McConncll, G.; McDonald, D.; McGaffcy, L.; McGann, D.; McKean. B.: McFarren, M.; McMgliL-n, R.; McUct, S.; Melvin, B. Row 2: Mctcalf, L.; Mierly. A.; Miller, J.: MilU-r, J.; Miller, v.: Minelli, L.; Minicliillo, S.; Misner, B.; Mol- lenliour. P.; Mollenhour, P. Ro - 3: Monger, R.; Montagano, F.; Moore, B. L.; Moore, M.; Morse, E. J.; Morris, R.; Mozcs, R.; Myers, M.; Neff, G.; Nicely, S. Row 4: Nicliol, W ' .; Norton, T.: Nusbaum, J.; Oake:, A.; Oberhauser, R.; OldSeld, B.; Oliver, J.; SnDw, B.- Palmer, E.; Patanelli, H. Row S: Pavoni, I.; Phillips. M. J.; Piatt, P.: Platz, M.; Pugliese, j.; Rathban, M.; Rebstock, T.; Rentfn.u. R.: Rinehart. D.; Rinehart, J. Row 6: Rizzo, J.: Robbins. D.; Roscrs. B.; Rose. U.; Rumcll, E.; Russell. M.; Russell, P.; Salce. D.; Sample, D.; Sclienk, Y. Row 7: Sclioole -. M.; Schrock, J.; Schult, £.; Schwartz, M. B.: Scofield, N.; Shantz, D.; Shellcnberger, L.; Shew, R.: Shinolt. v.; Sbupcrt. D. Row 8: Sierzan, M.; Sigsbee. B.; Simcox. M.; Simmons, K.; Smith, C.; Smith, D.; Smith, M,; Smith, R,; Sny- der, P.; Sones, B. J. Row 9; Speener, E.; Stahr, D.; Staley, C; Staub, C.; Staub, R.; Steele, R.; Stephic, P.; Stoner, M.; Strong. L.; Swihart. C. Row 10: Swinehart. J.; Taylor. B.; Timmons, M.; Thurs- by, H.; Todd, B.; Truex, B.; Tweedy, J.; Twichell, J.; Xan Curcn, B. J.; Van Lieu, B. Row 11: ' asilas, G.: Verhagen, R.; ' etter. B.: ' ctter, C; Wall. G.; W ' allin. J.: Walter. J.: Waterman. D.: Weikel. R.; Welter. P. Row 12; Whiteside, P.: Wilbur. L.: Williams, S.; Wil- lis. D.; Windsor. E.; Winter. J.; Wirt, R.; Witter, T.; Ycazel, B.: Zavatsk)-, I. Page Sixty-Three HMWMp WaiM What do )ou see, a mirage? ? Profile of a Freshman. Hello, theah. FRESHMAN SNAPS Library posture. Looking ahead; smart gals. My, a coy freshman! ! Gosh! — er — nice weather we ' re having. Whitmyer and Lanni. Frosh monitors. Gee, we ' re getting our pictures took! ALixon exits smiling! Page Sixty-Five r r fs JANUARY - ' 44 Row 1: Antonelli, L.; Arnett, G.; Balmcr, G.; Barnes, R.; Bassett. G.; Bayard, B.; Beardsley, B.; Belt, J.; Bosse, R.; Kell, H.; Bowlby, E.; Bretz, G.; Brubaker, G.; Campbell, G.; Christner, B.; Clyde, R.; Cressler, R. Row 2: Cressler, W.; DeFrancesco, E.; Denny, D.; Dick, D.; Donovan, P.; Dorson, C; DuCharme, I.; Ebersole, J.; Eby, W.; Edison, L.; Ellis, E.; Galbreath, C; Ganger, K.; Carl, K.; Garman, E.; Giggy, R.; Gilbert, D. Row 3: Goodwin, R.; Grove, M.; Hagans, J.; Harrison, C; Hartman, M.; Hixon, L.; Holloway, N.; Hostetler, J.; Jones, T.; Bowers, L. E.; Kerr, L.; Kirchmer, T.; Lantz, A.; Laughlin, R.; Longfellow, J.; Loni, D.; Marks, H. Row 4: Martin, R.; Matherly, C; Maure, J.; Maxon, M.; May, P.; Middleton, V.; Miller, V.; Myers, B.; Myers, K.; Nye, R.; Parmer, N.; Patrick, J.; Patton, T. ; Peterson, B.; Reames, B.; Rodgers, B.; Rose, R. E. Row S: Rose, W.; Rowe, L.; Russell, L.; Smith, P.; SprouU, M.; Stewart, D. ; Swain, A.; Thompson, C; Vice, J.; Volkmann, D.; ' ' ade, H.; ' ' agar, B.; Weaver, G.; " Wilcox, R.; Witman, J. " Paj e Sixty-Six ORGANIZATIONS Thank them for the candid shots and the screwy drawings. The business staff kept us out of the red. Sports staff in a huddle. See here, Haines. Clark Cutting up. Unsung Heroes. YEARBOOK STAFF Phil Haines, editor-in-chief; Jane Clark, assistant editor; Evangelfne B!u- baugh, Assistant editor; Ruth Riblet, advert isint; manager; Beverly Ro ' , us- - il .:.t jdvertisinK manH ' f-r; Richard Leri:ci. ' , .staff phototiraplicr; Jack B.iiley, irt f ditor: Bob Fuller, art; John Demos, sports editor; Bob Havlish, sports; Jack Salisbury, hu5irie. s nianaj ' jr: Dick Jackson, assistant business mana; er. SENIOR COMMITTEE: Phyllis AbeJ, chairm;,n; Carolyn Wilbur, Dorothy Phillips, Helen Simmons, Carolyn Schuler, .ind Carmen RodJiio. UNDERCLASS CjMMITTEE; Charlotte Hutchenreuter, cli nrm;in; Mama Lyon, Mildred Castettcr, Mary Laviich, Pete Ver Berkmocs. OPCANTZATION C MI-zIITTEE: Bcttie Lou Miller, cl .nrrnan; Nellie Dejl, Jean Cummins, Dcone Gu9tafw n, Jim Goodrich. SNAPSHOTS: Betty Lee Baker, chairman; Josephine Minelli, Gladys Wood, Mary Virginia Burrows. FACULTY: Mary Ann Kecch, Bcrnadine Kranz, Lydia Rose. MUSIC: Betty Wehrly, Jean Kreigbaum, Jean Wakelee DRAMATICS: Betty Morgan, June McCarty, Norma LeBcHc, Betty- June Wade. ADVERTISING: Jane Bell, Dorothy Mishler, Georgiana Sykes, Ralph Duckwall, Dick Cripe, Elizabeth Lennox, Pat Stcnberg, Noi-ma Johnslon and Leu Fink. SI ' ()RTS; Bernard Broadbcnt, Pat Barton, Harry Cooper, Jack Cushing, iind Joe Vyverman. If you don ' t believe us, look in your own mirror Pa e Sixiy-Eight Til is bc.iutccius group of femmcs is responsible for two import an c sections of tlic Pennant: the Feature section and that Ad sccticn, whicli brings in the much-needed dollars. Editor Ed, getting advice from Miss Kell ' . THE PENNANT EDITOR Ed Landis ASSISTANT EDITORS....Wilbur Wright. Margery Chester. Barbara Todd. Dorothy Huss FEATURE ASSISTANT Ruth Fcttcrly FEATURE WRITERS Mary V. Burrows, Rudy But:. Jeanne Crosier, Ralph Dutikwall, Mary Alice Glace, Marimohn Lines. W ' eldon May, Betty L. Miller. Lois Moore, Audrey Morrow, Jacguilyn Newman. Phyllis Peck, Phyllis Pipher, Gloria Stangle. Carol Vcatch, Julia ' oodford, DeVere KautTman. SPORTS EDITOR Vic Bray SPORTS WRITERS Tom Witter. Tom Patton. John Longfellow SPECIAL NEWS WRITER Ruth Ford REPORTERS Alice Brumbaugh. Waniia Cox. Helen Decker. Margaret Elliott. Marian Epper, Dorothy Glase. Marilyn Johnson, Phyllis KaulTman. Barbara Koont:, Priscilla McCartney, Ruth Meyer, Wanita Peters. Marian Whalen. Nadine Whittaker, Lois Yoder, Rose Marie Nye. Mary Sproull, Nancy Holloway, Bud Bayard, Charlene Jackson, Doris Gilbert, Louise Kerr, Margaret Maxon. Enough ads from Shank ' s staff, and that budget will be balanced. ' " ednesday — makeup day for the Pennant ' eekl -, with all the assistant editors in a huddle. Ed instructs reporters on the live " s. WEEKLY STAFF Joanna Childers. Mary Smith, Jim Ebersole, Tom Patton. Maxine Williamson. Noima Smith, Martha Ashlev. and Bettv Longcnecker. BUSINESS MANAGER f. lim Cook ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Dick Baum ADVERTISING MANAGER „..Eleanor Shank ADVERTISING SOLICITORS Mary Jo Ch.rila. Pauline Dahos. Mary Kate Echols. Gayle Elliott, Marcia Fawcctt. Margaret Fink. Betty Lou Firstenberger, Jean Hauenstein, Yvonne Hosictter. Ray Humeckc. Charlene Jackson, Nancy Jaesench, Marjoric Kehres, Ruth Lansche. Ruth Loren:, Virginia Lund, Albena Manfredi. Lois Moore. Eva Morgan. Phyllis Pipher, Helen Polezoes. Mary Smith, Georgianna Svkes. Tunc Wallace. Bettv Young. CIRCULATION MANAGER Margaret Ann Thompson The Pennant U ' eekly contains school news, such as articles about athletics, clubs, and other school activities. It ia published fourteen times a semester, at forty cents per subscription. Special Thanksgiving. Christmas. Nut, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior issues add pleasant variety to the regular publications. Galley slaves, nice work if you can get it Page Sixty-Nine These Art Club members may not al be artists but they can certainly pose . . Miss Cole suggests a few changes in Bob ' s drawing . . . The Art Club oificers in discussion, with Duckwall evidenth ' in the minority. Won ' t they ever stop coming? ART CLUB Sponsor, Miss Eva Cole FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President Jack Bailey Vice-President Deborah Fleming Secretary Roberta Becht Treasurer Dorothy Ford Program Committee Chairman Ralph Duckwall The purpose of the Art Club is to bring a little extra beauty and appreciation into our everyday lives. A Fiallowe ' en party was held a Margaret Work ' s. The ckib took a trip to Chicago to see the pictures sent by the Italian government to the Art Museum, to the Englemeyer Farm to study objects of art and garden archi- tecture, and to the art exhibit at South Bend. Besides their trips they had several speakers at their meetings among whom were: Miss Audrey Benner who spoke on ' !.Kt|« Stage Settings " ; Miss Sawyer, who spoke on " Art in Rumania " , and Mr. Frank Kncji the official cartoonist for the Denver Star and the Rocky Mountain Post, who spoke on , ' :-GM:Dooning for the Beginner " with illustrations. No, we ' re not all artists, but aren ' t the pins cute? Pa e Seventy Ladies and gentlemen, my honorable opponent has stated DEBATE FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President Vice-president- Secretary Treasurer Dick SproulC Ed Landis y President-. Vice-President.. .Beverly Royi Y , Secretary-Treasurer -Marilyn Sharpjj !• Treasurer -.- -Dick Sproull .-Ted McLaughlin Martha Ashley Marilyn Sharp Negative First Taim Speakers — First Speaker, d |Laidis; Second Speaker. Ted McLaughlin. Alternate, Affintiafiie First Team Speakers — First, Marilyn Sh c Second, Dick Sproull; Alternates. LeMoyne Farns- worth and James Cook. - - 1: ! ' ' =: ' SecotiJ Team Xegatiie Speakers — First. Richard Ong; Second, Jack X ' illiams; Alternate. Martha Ashley. Second Team Affirmatiie Speakers — First, Jim Cook; Second, Bob Scnnhohz; Alternate. Irene DuCharme. The topic for debate this year was: Resolved: That the Federal Government should Own and Operate Railroads. Twenty members of the club attended the Annual Debate Conference at Purdue. earl - in December. On January 13, twenty -nine schools came to Elkhart for an invitational tournament; in spite of the bad weather attendance was good. The luncheon speaker was G. A. Goerner of the Burlington Railroad. The Debate Squad won the count) ' tournament and in the Indiana Debating League, they defeated Avilla to win the sectional championship and at the State Tourney, defeated Fort Wayne before losing to Short- ridge of Indianapolis in the semi-finals. Believing in the saying about, " all work and no play " they sold candy at the Kelvyn Park game and at the Jeffersonville basketball game. They also sponsored the evening performance of the Tony Sarg Marionette Shows, and participated in the school ' s annual magazine drive. As the year ends they are planning a big summer party to close a successful year. All the club m.embers give tiiis year ' s debate question their attention . . . Sproull explains it to Roy and the other club ctHcers. ' arsity debate teams in action; Sharp has the floor . . . its Jt. t f ?! e » • . Jf w.. ' Pa e Seicuty-One i jrjtr I r r but French Club members in Room 3 1 5 where they meet to pUy games, have programs, and sing French songs. " " hv. Hainsey-wainsey, it ain ' t manners to point! " regular meetings Perhaps this is a broadcast of Spanish music that the officers and Senorita King are tuning in on. The Spanish Club differs from most other organizations in holding meetings in the homes of the members . . . here they are photo- graplied at Ruth Ford ' s. FRENCH CLUB (Le Cercle Francais) Sponscr: Miss Merle Cunningiiam SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President-- „. Vice-President Secretary Treas u re r Program Chairman. - Social Chairman FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President „ Mary Lavrich Vicc-PrcsidenC- - - Charlotte Hutchcnreuter Secretary „ - — - Marilyn Sharp Treasurer ., „ - Marna Lyon Program Chairman - Dorothy Huss Social Chairman Philip Haines The French club held a Christmas party December 6, 1939 at the home of Rosanna Fahl. The members sang French songs and played French games. The French, Spanish, and Latin clubs sold candy together as the baskciball game January 26, 1940- On April 9, the French club members enjoyed a party at the home of Charles Holmes, Page Seventy-Two SPANISH CLUB (El Circulo de Espanol) Sponsor, Miss Gladys King FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President Marge Scott Vice-President Phyllis ' ' alcott Secretary Maxine Hursh Treasurer Bill " ayne Program Chairman „„ Jeanne Grootveld Social Chairman Margaret Ann Thompson SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President Len Fink Vice-President„ „ -Phyllis Walcott Secretary Maxine Hursh Treasurer „ Dick Baker Program Chairman Ruth Ford Social Chairman Margaret Ann Thompson A Hallowe ' en party, the first of the monthly meetings of the Spanish Club, opened with a bang. Members arrayed a gala costumes participated in songs and games (remember bobbing for apples?) . At the next meeting each and everyone stuffed himself at a supper party (Buena comida!). Afterwards a lecture on " Life in Cuba " was enjoyed. The December meeting celebrated the opening oi the Pinata and the distribution of gifts. The Spanish Club together with the French and Latin Clubs sold candy at the Riley basketball game In the spring another fiesta was enjoyed by all members of the Spanish Department and their guests as a supper dance, April 12. Refreshments were served at each meeting by the host or hostess and an assistant. Mm! We the people i FORUM CLUB Sponsor: Mr. Gcmmeckc SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS President Carolyn C ' ilbur ' icc-President Ed Landis Secretary Ruth Ford Treasurer Phil H::inc:. FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS President Carolyn Wilbur Vice-President Jim Cook Secretary Ruth Ford Treasurer ... Lc Moyne Earns worth The purpose of the Forum Club is the civic improvement and general culture of its members on matters pertaining to go ernmcntil enlightenment. The Forum Club entertained the South Bend Central Forum Club on Thursday, December 14, 1939. Judge D. Russell Bontragcr, Mrs. Kellogg, and Mrs. Trigg were some of the speakers before the club. The club joined the Indiana Student Forum and a fe ' members went to Purdue Universitv in April for the Indiana Student Forum C:;n- ference. The club ended the ' ear itli a banquet held at the Y.W ' .C.A. MH KJ All Eves on the Times! These are the Forum Giubs underclassmen, future ex- pounders of currentj»fe ' efits. VISUAL-EDUCATION OFFICERS LAST SEMESTER Bill v ' ider President Porter Wharton Vice-President Marion Dempsy Secretary-Treasurer PRESENT SEMESTER Marion Dempsey President Bob Melvin Vice-President John Lantz Secretary-Treasurer These ten boys linc p rfth-Mr. Likens, tlicir sponsor, are those hard-working teams whorrPyou sec carrying heavy sound equipment and long coils of extension cord around to classrooms, who run all the movies, slides and lights in the auditorium, who are, in siiorl, the Visual Education Department. Theirs is the reel life Vagc Sciciity-Thn Yeah, they ' re pretty, but they ' re useful too RAH! RAH! OFFICERS President Jane Clark Vice-President Marge Chester Secretary ..Vangie Blubaugh Treasurer Ruth Riblet Social Chairman Mary Lavrich Sergeant-at-arms Marilyn Sharp The Rah! Rah! Club has as its main purpose service to the school. To this end it gave a picture and pillows for the new powder room and also has given money towards a return engagement of Helen Hiett, lecturer. The Rah! Rah ' s! had fun on October twelfth when they gave a dinner and party for the new members and on May eleventh when they gave the annual athletes party. The second semester work was concerned with reorganization on more democratic lines. A different " slant " on life, these Rah! Rah officers working on the The eyes have it . . . and one more Rah! Rah! members take . . . new constitution with Mrs. group of those active peppy girls Boone ... of an active, peppv club. Rah! Rahs! Eighty of ' Em Wk ' v ' m f ff r-ym ,o 9 ..« - Jli pd ( " sr - mmmmuamBmmmmmammmmmm mamm wmim The ole Fifty spirit: Alertness, pep, and fun . . . Any guy in a " monkey " cap like this will hop to give you service . . . Strolling along with Likens, and talking it over Just a bunch of Joes, that ' s us . . . FIFTY Back in 1922 when athletic contests weren ' t so well attended as they are now, the Howling Hundred was formed as an athletic booster club. A year later is became known as the Druili Corps. Then the name " Fighting 40 " was acquired. An increase in membership changed the name to the present " Fighting 50 " . Again this year the " Fifty " ushered for all the home basketball and football games. The service club ended the year ' s activities with its annual banquet at Bevans. Sponsor - ,- ! - Virgil L. Likens President . TTTrj J Pete Sarantos Vice-President - fy..T.Vfp.. Max Andress Treasurer i L- Dick Sproull Secretary .- J.-.f- X--- Bud Nelson Social Chairman ,fti i ?Sv, . .. Bob Stock Seen at all the games, and heard everywhere Page Seienty-Fii ' e The Hi-Y cabinet . . . Heeter presents a can- didate for initia- tion to President Nelson . . . The harmony boys trying to hit the right note. HI-Y CLUB Sponsor: Carroll C. Lewis OFFICERS FOR FALL SEMESTER President Bud Nelson Vice-President Jim Forbregd Secretary Dick Donovan Treasurer Max Andress Social Chairman Harry Cooper Program Chairman Dick SprouU Devotional Chairman Jim Phillips Sergeant-at-Arms Bob Heeter The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is to create high standards of Christian character. Every year the Hi-Y Club sponsors a dime year they entertained over 5 00 children. The for the Booker T. " Washington Settlement. The Hi-Y Bulletin Board outside the Elkh, The Club ' s social events included the " C; and Hi-Y meeting, a Stag Outing, and the Fa The Club has also had many conferences OFFICERS FOR SPRING SEMESTER President ?. Dick SprouU Vice-President Jim Forbregd Secretary Bernard Broadbent Treasurer Max Andress Social Chairman George Jackson Program Chairman Toby Lefevre Devotional Chairman Charles Murphy Sergeant-at-Arms Dick Gripe tain, and extend throughout the school and communit} ' Christmas time for a party for needy children. This rom the dime line was used to levy various things chool Auditorium is also sponsored by the club. aper " dance, a theatre party, a joint Girl Reserve Son Banquet. the year. Characters built while you wait. ..Hi-Y, Inc Pax,e Seienty-SJx They also have swell dances SENIOR GIRL RESERVES OFFICERS President Ruth Ford Vice-Presidents ..... Deborah Fleming and Phylhs Walcott Secretary Ruth Fetterly Treasurer Margaret Ann Thompson Social Chairman Jeanne Crosier Program Chairman Barbara Todd Song Leader . Dorothy Phillips Pianists Marge Kehres and Yvonne Hostettler Sponsors Mrs. H. S. Walcott and Mrs. Hazelwood The Girl Reserves met everv Wednes- day after school at the Y.W.C.A. Some of their activities were: giving a preview ot tlieir year ' s coming activities on Sep- tember 27; having such speakers as Mrs. Vanderlip, who talked on the founding of the Y.; Mrs. Bender and Miss Benner, wlio reviewed books; Mrs. For spoke on Cuba; Mrs. Koehler, who spoke on Health and the Body; and Mrs. Trigg of the Booker T. Washington settlement. Other special events were: a recognition service for new members; a faculty tea; the Saddle Shoe Stomp; the meeting witli the Mishawaka Club here; the meeting with the South Bend Cabinet here; the joint meeting with the Elkhart Hi-Y; the " Pa, Ma and Me Banquet " ; the Style Show; and as the climax, the recognition service for the seniors. Ford, president, holds a cabinet meeting in the library at the Y.W. . . . Seniors, bus ' with the numerous activi- ties of the club . . . Dozens of girls and dozens of interests, projects, and groups — " everv Wednes- day at four. " Page Seieiity-Scicii 5 Latin Club members sm.iling for (or at?) Rich, the camera man . . . The club officers and Miss Sawyer listen to Jaserich ' s reports . . . Nanc) ' , a modern Sybil, makes prophecies at a Latin Club meeting. LATIN CLUB Sponsor: Miss Marguerite Sawyer OFFICERS Consvds Bill Dixon and Audre) ' Morrow Quaestor Barbara Todd Scriba Nancy Jaeserich The Latin Club ' s purpose is to further interest in Latin through their club activities. The club has had several parties including a Thanksgiving and Christmas party. They also sold candy in the halls, and at a basketball game in January. The club also issued scholarship pins for three and four years excellence in Latiji and bought various materials for club vise. Where they do as the Romans do Paf e Seve7tty-Eiyht PARTIES AND DANCES Standing room only . . . chaperons enjoy the party too . . . this little girl ' s been good . . . pardon our backs . . . get in the groove. Pud . . . dancing and dreaming . . . jump and jive, 3 ' ou hepcats . . . Hileman ' s swing band jams ... no dunking, please. Never let school interfere with your education Page Scictify-Ninc THE 1939-40 BAND OFFICERS OF THE BAND President Caroline Leist Vice President Forrest Stoll Secretary Lowell Lerner Treasurer Victor Thornton Social Chairman . Garm.m Woker OFFICERS OF THE ORCHESTRA President Gerald Lewis Vice President Jack Crawley Secretary Kathleen Smith Treasurer Gerald Kilgren Social Chairman Howard Christner STUDENT CONDUCTORS Bill Miller (Band and Orchestra). Forrest Stoll (Band). Caroline Leist (Orchestra). Drill Master— Ed Clark. Drum Major — Lewis Brown. Baton Twirlers — Ernastine Franklin, Dorothy Simmons, Betty Duseler, and Naomi Work. Flag Twirlers — Mary E. Smith, Mary Jean Russell, Ruth Put- man, Phyllis Peck, Phyllis Kauffman, and Betty Shrock. Baggage Boys — David Hosier, Harry Conway, Bruce Greiner, Richard Botts, George Chapman, Ralph Locke, Robert Garver, and Herb Tracy. Office Help — Margaret Leist. Secretary, Anna Marsh, Betty Baker, Deloris Hosier, Dick Hays, Lewis Brown, Louis Brown, Jean Wakalee, Margaret Missl. TROMBONE — Bob Bartmess, Bill Daniels, Au- di ey Brown, Jimmy Bergstrom, Herbert Benn. B. RITOXE— Bob Franklin, Dick Gardner, Marilyn Grove, Bob Henderson, Herold Thorton. PERCUSSION — Warren Shelley, Thomas But- ler. Mary Thunander, Ned Wilcox, Donald White, Jack Proseus. H.ARP— Charles Holmes. CL.ARI.XETS — Caroline Leist, .Marilyn . rtley, Betty Baker, Margaret Mills, Betty Shelley. Mary Lou Schiltz, Marianna Spade, Alice Gates, Nor- man Parmer, Ruth Balmer, Le Moyne Farns- v.-Grth, Clarabelle Blazer, Donald Holtz, Mar- jt.rie Kehres, Maxine Yerke, Mary Conner, Eleanor Yeoman, Bill H. .Miller, .Merrilyn Mead, .Maxine ' ' illiamson. Bill Osborne, Phyllis Shafer, Byron Brady. FLUTES— Ed Johnson, Jean Miller, Bill Wayne, Howard Christner, Doris Holdeman, Margaret Ann Thompson. Eb FLUTES — Eleanor Evins, Grace Gardner. OROFS — Jack Crowley, Mary Ann Keech, Ray M,.nn. BASSOON— George Hardwick, Rich.;rd Hup, Bob Lerner, Ltrilyn Honeycut. ALTO SAX— Deloris Hesler, Donald Gray, ' e:na Lee, Betty Henderson. TENOR SAX — Ralph Morgan, Dori Hayward, Dick Clare. BASS CLARINET — Miriam Schult, Norm.i Diisler, Dick Yeoman. Francis Bibbo, Je. n Mc- Collough. ALTO CLARINET— Bob Banker, Jeanne Cng, Geraldine ' arner. BARITONE SAX— Margaret White. CONTRA BASS CLARINET— Herald Whit- nieyer. FRENCH HORN— James Lorenz, Martha Gor- don, Bill Shupert, Rex Filio, Lowell Lerner, Pliilip Toomire, Dick Shelley, Viola Warner. CORNETS — Forrest Stoll, Louise Oberhouser, Lyle Mollenhour, Richard Burdge, Bill Miller, Jean Wakelee, Victor Thornton, Dick Hively, Garmon Woker, Ann Pontius. STRING BASS — Marie Broadbent, Arthur Shiller, Muriel HImebaugh. TUBA— Dick Bailey, Ed Correll, Corvin Fillio, Bill Stafford, Jim Herrli, Wayne Kamp. I ' aye Eighty THE 1939-40 BAND The Iilkh.irt High School B;ind pla ' ed uvcr the N. B. C. network Sunday, April 7. Mr. Hughes, director ot instrumental music, led .t11 but one of the numbers, this one being led b)- the assistant director, Robert W ' elty. The string ensemble, directed by Lois Smith, played two selections. Many EHS musicians won distinction in the state contest, which was held here Saturday, April 6. The following students won first division in Class A competition: piano — Marjorie Kehres; harp — Charles Holmes; violin — Gerald Lewis; cello — Audra J. Brown; string bass — Muriel Himebaugh; cornet — Richard Burdge; baritone — Robert Franklin; tuba — Arthur Bailey; alto saxo- phone — Donald Gray; tenor saxophone — Ralph Morgan; Bb clarinet — Lc- Moyne Farnsworth and Marilyn Artley; flute — Jean Miller; piccolo — Ed John- son; oboe — Raymond Mann; bassoon — George Hardwick; marimb.i — Mary Thunander; drums — Tom Butler, Don Wight, and Warren Shelly; baton twirling — Dorothy Simmons and Ernestine Franklin. The ensembles and quintets were listed as follows: string e]uintet — (No. 1) Gerald Lewis, Jean Miller, Kathleen Smith, D.jrothy Himebaugh, and Muriel Himebaugh; (No. 2) Jack Byers, Robert Winter, Kathleen Smith, Beverly Dusck, and Marie Broadbent; string sextet — Jack Byers, Robert Winter, Mary Jane Lewis, Geraldine Miller, Arthur Schiller and Kathryn C ' ise; bra;s quin- tet — Forest Stoll, Lyle Mollenhour, Martha Gordon, Audra Jean Brown and Arthur Bailey; horn quartet — Martha Gordon, James Lorenz, Rex Fillio, and Philip Toomire; clarinet quartet — Bill Miller, Eleanor Yeoman, LeMoyne Farnsworth, and Margaret Mills; woodwind trio — Howard Christner, William W ayne, and Ed Johnson; drum ensembles — (No. 1) Warren Shelley, Thomas Butler, and Mary Thunander; (No. 3) Bob Hudson, Don Wight, and Burton Flurkey. The band will present another concert May 24. The Junior High School band will present a concert M inday, April H, under the direction of Mr. Welty. THE 1939-40 ORCHESTRA The band and orchestra have been a vital part of E. H. S. music throughout the school ' s history. The orchestra is com- posed of about 70 members and the band 100. Both have won national recognition in past years. The band, orchestra, and glee club gave a joint concert on December 15 after which a party was held in the Cl ' ntr.d Hall for those participating in the concert. On February 8 another joint concert was given by the band and orchestra for which Gerald Lewis, concertmaster, and Lois Smith, string instructor, played a violin duet. At the spring concert given on March 28, Mary E. Smith and George Jackson were featured in a modern dance, authorized bv the band. FLUTES — Ed Johnson, Bill Wayne, Howard Chriscner, Margaret Thompson. OBOE — Jack Crowley, May Ann Keech. BASSOON — George Hardwich, Richard Harp, Marilyn Hunnicutt. CLARINETS — Caroline Leist, Margaret Mills, Harold Whitmeyer, Joyce Stahley. CORNETS — Eorrest Stoll, Lyle Mollenhour, Bill Miller, Richard Burdge. HORNS — Jim Lorenz, Martha Gordon, Rex Fillio, Bill Shupert, Phillip Toomire, Hervey Haines. TROMBONE— Boh Bartmess, Bob Franklin, Herberl Benn. TUBA— Arthur Bailey. PERCUSSION— Warren Shelley, Mary Thun- aiider, Tiiomas Butler, Lewis Brown, Anne Marsh, Marjorie Ziesel, Burt Elurkey. FIRST VIOLIN— Gerald Lewis, Marjorie Leon- ard, Jean Miller, Jack Byers, Robert Winter, Katherine Wise, Phillip Mollenhour, Miriam Bash, la Vern Scott, Weldon May. SECOND VIOLIN— lanice Shank, Kathryn Duesler, James Nusbaum, Ruth Mann, Mary Jane Zinn, William Mills, Dorothy Dick. Mary Jane Bowling, Robert Monger, Junior Lovell, Miriam Schmidt. VIOLA — Kathleen Smith, Mary Jane Lewis, Nellie Clawson. Barbara Koontz. CELLO — Audrey Jean Brown, Dorothy Hime- baugh, Geraldine Miller. Beverly Dusek, Eliza- beth Snook, Jean Zinn, Norma ' elter, Alice Mil- ler, Clara Ann Leist. STRING BASS— Muriel Himebaugh, Arthur Schiller, Anna Friday, Patricia May, Gladys Bas- sett, Rub ' Mighn, Howard Stocking, Marie Broadbent. I ' ave Eight y-T It o THE 1939-40 ORCHESTRA Becjusc of tlic b.ind ' s n.itional racing they were not required to compete In either the district or state contests, however, thev sent many soloists and ensembles. The district contest was held on March 3 at Berne, Indiana; the state on April 6 at Elkhart. The band participated in the national competition at Battle Creek, Michigan, on May 17, 18, and 19. The band has played tor all home basketball and football games. Because of the outstanding reput.itlon of the band, thev were invited to play over M. B. C. red network on y prll 7 from the high school auditorium. Within these organizations are manv soloists and ensembles who have been generous in providing entertainment for service clubs, churches, Sunday Evening Club, and other organizations. The band and orchestra owe much of their success to the Music Parents Club. Page Eighty-Three ? mi •r-- ■ I V The Reserve Band — Young tooters and their tutor, Bob Weldy . . . Flag-twirlers, Smith leading . . . High steppers and hot baton twirlers . . . The baggage boys load up for the trek to the national contest. THE 1939-40 RESERVE BAND The Reserve Band is the training unit from which new players for the concert band are selected. Members of this band may work their way into the Concert or Marching Band. In the fall and spring, emphasis is put upon marching. Part of the members of the Reserve Band participate in the High School organization and part in the one-hundred piece All City B.egimental Band. Members of this band in conjunction with Roosevelt Concert Band comprise the " Clinic " Band which played for the Northern Indiana Band and Orchestra Director ' s Conference held here and went to the District Contest at Huntington and the State Contest at " Whiting. OFFICERS DeVon Hoffman Vice-President ..Bill Lorenz Secretary-Treasurer Marcelle Hutchenreuter FLUTES — Ralph Xcff, Marjorie Chilcotc. Xathcne Farnsworth. CLARINETS — Marccll Hutchcnroutcr, Joyce Scahly, Bob Xolan, William Lorenz, Rich Chester, Bob Grames, Lora Bacr, Ruth White, Pauline Stanley, Barbara Erikson, Betty Click, Vivian Schcnk, Jean Huff, .Marielien Bcnn, I ' hylli ' , Fler ' ,hbcr;;cr, Donna Belle Harthill, Eleanor Herrii, •Mary L. Hugg, Phyllis Wood. BASSOON — Joan Artlcy. SAXES— Kenneth White, Phyllis Mollcnhour, Mildred Wright, Normajean Sargent, Phyllis Hart. CORNETS — Charles Jackman, Roy Crandall, George Mann, Joan Denton, Dick Earnhart, Maxinc Fields, Martin Schultz, Glen Hcrrii, Ray- mond Bosscc, Virginia Grisc, Virginia Miller, Dick Church, Betty Farley, Marvin Long, Phyllis Mar- tin, Jean Farrell, Bob Yeazcl, Dick Laughlin. FRENCH HORNS — Martejo Kline, Betty Os- tcrloo, Claude Leist, Pat Lindstrom. BASSES— DeVon Hoffman, Dick Miller, Harold Nibart, Bud McCullough, James Foster. DRUMS— Bruce Martin, Bill May, Bob Rick- ardson. Manning McFarrcn. TYMPANI— Bob Gunts. MARIMBA— Sonia Johnson, WyLind Becker. I ' ay e FJ ' ht -Vour 1 GLEE CLUB SPRING SEMESTER— 1940 OFFICERS President Walter Hemphill Vice-President Jack Thomas Secretary Helen Wills TreaMirer Jack W ' eirich Social Chair iuan Dcrothea Den man Harry Smith Librarian Janice ' alt:rs News Repnrter Betty L. WehrU- SINGING GROUPS SEXIETS: First— Ru-h I.ansclie, June Cook. Kathryn iMilier. Phvllis Moycr. Bettv W ' elirlv. Helen Martin. Sec- ond— EK a Schmidt. Evelyn ReeJ, Ruth Viyrcn, Dorothy Glase, Helen Swank, Maxine Llvc. OCTET: First— Ruth Lansche. June Crok, Kathryn Mil- ler. Betty Wehrley. Second— alter Hemphill. Jack Wei- rich, Jim Fuller, Harry Smith. Alternates: Elsa Schmidt, Phyllis Moyer, Harry Kaser, and Bill Bunn. TRIO. June Cook, Jean Alice Hirsch. Betty Welirly. BOYS ' QUARTET: Walter Hemphill, Jack Weiri.h. De ' on Hclblinji. James Fuller. SOLOIST: Fir t- Ruth Lansche. June Cook. Secrnd- Jim Fuller, Harry Kaser. ACCOMPANISTS; First — Carulvn Schmidt. Phvllis Nye. Shirley Rose. The octet sann at the Superintendent and Principals " meet- ing at the Y.W.C.A. on February 14. On March ■. the octet sant; at Willowdale School. Harry Kaser was the soloist, and Carolyn Schmidt uas the accompanist. February 17, 19-10. the Mixed ( ' ' lorus Kave a proj ram Tor the Teachers ' they gave an , MeetinE! in the ssembly pro rani Auditorium. On April 11, These groups sang at ifciriijus schools and churches. They also sany at the Bubiness and Professional Women ' s Cluls. Women ' s League, Thursday Club, Hotel Elkhart. Rotary Club, Y.M.C.A.. and Y.W.C.A. On October 2f). 1939. a small group pariicipaicd in the Seuth Bend Teachers ' Association. They sang under lite direction of Olaf Christianson. The Glee Club enjoyed a Halhween party on the nii:lit cf October 20. in the Central Hall, Popcorn, apples, and cider were served. The Vtxa! Department preser ted its annual Operetta r n Friday. February 2: . at S o ' clock in the High School Audi- torium. ■■Jerry of Jericho Ri ad ' was selected by the group. A synopsis is as follcws: Alan O ' Day, (Jim Fuller) a wealthy Easterner, de.e. ' res the hand o Sandy Bank {June Cook) in mariiage. Sandy rejects him becaLise her mother, Lettice Bank (Betty Louise Weill ly) so shamelessly t ' a ' ors the match on account of Alan ' s money. In an elTtrt to li.rget Sandy. Alan goes west to his ranch, which he c nverts int(j a tourist camp. Lettice Bank, not to be thwarted, takes her husband (Harry Smith) and Sandy and IoIKavs Alan, her e. cusc lor the enture being that slie wislies to live in the open to regain her health. The little party camp on some land ad- joining Alan ' s ranch, which turns out to be some valuable oil land owned by Gcraldinc Bank. (Ruth Lansche) a niece. Geraldinc. known as Jerry, fearing arrest by the police whose station sin: has demolished with her aunt ' s automo- bile, hires cut to Alan as a helper to hide iier identity, John Drayton. (Jack Weirich) Alan ' s cousin, wishing to locate Jerry for the purpose of buying her land for a syndi- cate cf which he is a member, hires Hunter. (Lester Clark) , a detective, to assist him. When he finds that Hunter is cheating so as to get the land for himself, he discharges him. Mimi, (Kathryn Miller), a friend cf John, locates Jerrv at the ranch. John and Jerry fcim an attachment for each other. I ut through a twist of circumstances, Jerry is led to believe that John and Mimi are trying undcrhandedlv to acquire her land at a pro.St fur themselves. At a masquer- ade she denounces tlie luand leaves. The next morning it is discovered that Jerry. Sandy and Hunter have disappeared; also a Mr. Bean, (Walter Hemphill) from Boston. Later, Sandy letuins and tells that Hunter, thinking she v ' .as Jerry, forced lier into his car. but on finding his mis- take, left her in tin road and followed Mr. Bean and Jerry to Jericho. When Jeiry and Mr. Bean return, slie announces tliat she has given him an option on her land until her papers arrive from hrinc; but. il by that time oil has not been found, she intends to sell the land to Hunter at his price. Later, when she is about to dispose of the land to Hun- ter, she learns that in the Spring before, a gusher had been bn light in, and had been capped awaiting her decision to jell, and that in some way Hunter had discovered the f.tct. She also leains that Mr. Bean is president of John ' s syndi- cate and that Mimi is his wife, and that their elT . rts from the " first have been to protect her interests. All ends happily as Alan and Sandy forgive and forget; and Jerry, tlmri.ughly ashamed, promises never to doubt Ji.iin again. Girls ' Glee Club — Robed Mixed Chorus Let ' s Look Pre ' ;cnnbl -Sins Sins! THE JUNIORS PRESENT " Growing Pains " Another successful Junior Play was en- joyed when on Wednesday, March 13 th, the Juniors presented the play " Growing Pains " , by Aurania Ranverol. This delightful com- edy, full of laughs, was about the dreaded " disease " of adolescence. Terry and George, along with their friends were at that age when the opposite sex seemed very important. Terry nearly lost the object of her " puppy love " when Prudence Darling, a new arrival to the neighborhood, " hooked " all the boys with her line. George fell hard, but finally returned to normal when Pru- dence declared he was " too voung. " Brian woke up to her line and Terry was happy once more. Just when the future seemed bright, a new girl moved into the neighbor- hood, and the boys hearts wandered once more. Th; cast included: George Mclntyre William Kenvon Terry Mclntyre Jean Verhagen Mrs. Mclntyre Marilyn Gerking Prof. Mclntyre Bob Dunivan Brian Dick Baum Hal Bob Boehm Omar Harry Smith Dutch George Maniaci Mrs. Patterson Margery Chester Elsie Patterson Betty Bickart Jane Alice Brumbaugh Miriam Nancy Jaeserich Party Alma Robinson Prudence Jeanne Wagner Sophie Ruth Fetterly Pete Orval Cutshaw THE SENIORS PRESENT " You Can ' t Take It With You " Thursday, May 9tli, a large audience enjoyed ' the senior class presentation of the Kauft ' man-Hart comedy and Broadway hit " You Can ' t Take U Willi You. " The caretrce, delii;lutul Sycamore family. headcJ by Grandpa Vandcrhof, had gradually drifted into a state In which they could get the most enjoyment out of life. The philosophy of Grandpa and of Mr.,. Sycamore and her family, alon :; witli the mad Ru:- sian, the e -icenian. and all the leM ot the strange, but happy, household was that wealth mean, noth- in ; compared with the r " y of human affection and the pleasure of doing just what you please. lliiarious comedy results when the lircwork ' i go otj in the basement, when the Kirbys come for dinner the wrong evening, and really get an eyefull of the CI ratio Sycamores. 1 he cast included: Martin Vanderhof .Ted McLaughlin Penelope Sycamore .Betty Lou Miller Alice Sycamore Dorothy Phillips Tony Kirby „ Dick Lcrner Essie - Marilyn Sharp Rhcba Marjoric Harris Psul Sycamore. Id Landis Mr. Dc Pinna. Ralph Duckwall Ed. „ ... Bill C ' ayne Donald Jim Kinney Henderson Uick Lantz Boris Kolcnkhov . Howard Christncr Gay VC ' ellington . Betty Wehrly Mr. Kirby Dick Dilley Mrs. Kirby Margaret Ann Thompson Olga , „ Eleanor Shank Tl-rec Men Lester Clark, Jim Goodrich, Ray Conley 9 : ' " ' G As We ' re Seen from the Bleachers Pa- e Eighty-Eight " - f f As We ' re Seen from the Bleachers l ' i c Eighty-Nine a . G p ,s We ' re Seen from Bleachers As We ' re Seen from the Bleachers Candy bars, cokes, ami hot dogs served by the Fifty and Chef Likens . . . luiisic, color, and thrills — the band in maneuvers . . . tenseness on the bench as well as in the bleachers . . . ' ;; ( ' out — Blazer squad maps out new strategy. i ' aye Kinely m i ■.«gS»| T ■■ f- ' ® ' COACHES DON VELLER — Despite losses of his stars both in the backfield and on the line Don wound up his green team with wins and 4 losses. This is Don ' s poorest record as a coach at E. H. S. He can hope for a much better outcome next year, lioweVer, because most of his outstanding plaj ' ers will be back next year. HARRISON BERKEY — Developing something out of nothing is Berkey ' s meat. That ' s what he did this year. Practically every line position was open and Berkey developed capable boys; boys that lacked in nothing save experience, and before the season was over, proved their ability as veterans. CHELSEA C. BOONE — " Chelse " had a good season this } ' ear. It seems he always has a good season, never any that are really bad. He again turned a tine track team although he didn ' t have as many individual stars as he usually has. His cross-country squad was one of the best in the state. JOHN LONGFELLOW — Another cojch hard hit by graduation. After having his " all state " five all graduate, things looked dark for this year ' s team. His hard work ?nd planning finally gave him a good team, even though it did not equal those of former years. RAYMOND SORENSON — Always consistent, " Hap " again turned out a top tennis team. His material has beeii good and " Hap " has developed winners out of his boys. His records are usually on the winning side. HAROLD WISE — This coach, for one, had plenty of material, " ith one " All State " player returning, he had a good season. Re ' l ed, golf is fast gaining in its prominence ' .n the athletic program, through the work of this fine coach. LESTER KERR — Another of our new coaches, who is fast turning out " big league " ball players. The sport is fast growing popular, not only because it has long been a favorite of the athletes in our school, but also because of the earnestness of this coach. S. A. CAMPAGNOLI — Our newest coach and a fine one. He soon proved his worth by his work with the underclassmen. He developed some fine players during last season and his pleasant personality soon made him a popular member of our popular coaching staff. Page Nhu ' ty-Tiio FOOTBALL Football this e. r was a let down as far as pre ' lous records arc con- cerned. However, considering the inexperience of the players, the sea- son was good. This year ' s record of 5 wins and 4 losses was the poorest record made by any Veller team but it provided a chance for improve- ment of underclassmen and premises a " boom " ' ear for Elkhart ' s fa- vorite sport, next ) ' ear. BASKETBALL Elkhart High ' s chances for a good basketball team were slim. A sur- prise was in store, however, when the Blazers nipped their first three rivals. For some reason they fell into a losing streak which resulted in a drastic shakeup bv Coach Longfellow and a few senior members were dropped, and promising underclassmen were moved up. The Blazers wound up with a season record of S wms and 16 losses. Dim sectional hopes proved true as the battling Blazer squad were edged out in the first game. TRACK Track hopes were somewhat questionable as the season opened. With only two outstanding stars. Brown and Stock, returning Coach Boone had plenty of worries. However, some of the understudies proved as- sets and the opening meet at Notre Dame Fieldhouse set the spark to a successful season. BASEBALL The " baby " of E.H.S. sports and one growing in popularitw With practice games in the fall and conference games in the spring (plus a grand new set of uniforms this spring) baseball gets in plenty of action, since many of the neighboring schools boast good baseball nines. Coach Kerr has plent - of natural talent in E.H.S. and he has so far provided strong contenders. Piv c ? iiicf -Tbi 1939 FOOTBALL ELKHART— 21 FT. WAYNE CENTRAL— 24 Elkliart opened the season at Fort X ' aync against one of the finest tcims in the state, tr oolwd as if F- lrhart s the team all the way, but th en through the return o a onj pa C interception the Central Triers scored their -wnl aTrd winnin T T juchdTTP. ' n in the last minute of play. The varsity looked promising after the opener, m spite ' A the heat and the absence of some of the boys out with injuries. ELKHART— 3 9 KELVYN PARK OF CHICAGO— Elkhart played as their yearly out-of-state team this squad from Chicago. Coach Vcller had expected a tougher game but the Blue Blazers, playing their fiv ' T ioiFC arne, compktely outshone the visiting team. Many underclassmPK wN;c 4;iveji a iharce to play; Coach Veller used 51 players in ihtr T n-Sr y victorjV- ' T ' he victory was costly, however, as Dick Baker, first team quarterback, was injured earU ' in the second, and lost to the squad for four weeks. ELKHART— 15 LAPORTE— 7 This was Elkliart ' s night. It was the date of the dedication of the new stadium, and a highly-touted Laporte team was beaten before the second linal gun. Tliis was tlie Vellcrmen ' s first conference game and they proved that hey would be strong contenders for the title. iie SLauiu[n, aiiu a iiigui) -luuieu i.apoiie teaiii was ueaie appro-ximateU ' S.OOU fansi Eimi t ' t showed ygood form in th half by coming from belifrid and holding tl ir lead until the f Max Andress Long-kicking Quarterback Len Fink Pass-snagging End Jack Gushing Signal-calling Oiiartcrhack Carl Remmel Tough Guard Dick " Daisy " Donovan Super-shifty Halfback Earl " Bud " Nelson, Captain llard-cl.iar iuv Center Tcrlcp makes a big gain behind excellent interference -while Glasgow goes for the next one. Page Ninety-Pour FOOTBALL ELKHART— 18 SO. BEND RILEY— Performing before a capacity crowd In the feature game of the year, the Blazers defeated the ranking . ' ' ildcats from South Bend. The Blue Blazers showed up well as they downed one of their two arch rivals. There was a good shew) between AhaV ' es as two bands from Elkhart and one from th£ vQiti g CliooLpyraded before the crowd of 10, 00. Dick Donovan, Elkhart ' s outstanding back, sparked the Elkhart drives by a 4-yard jaunt through a broken field to sew up the game. This game helped give the Blue Blazers prestige in the eyes of the rest of the conference foes. ELKHART— MISHAWAKA— 6 The Blue Blazers went to Mishawaka High, highly favored to win from the Maroons, who had a less impressive record, but came out r.n the tail end of the 6 to score. The Blazers were trying for their tiiirteenth conference win, on the same field where they had started tiieir winninvi streak two years before. ' ery early in the first quarter Mishawaka scored from thi ' Byzer ' s 1 2 ya d line. The Blazers came back by blocking two of tAe arown ' s funjs, but could not push the ball over. The game ended with Elkhart desperately throwing passes. Elkhart was slowed down considerably by the wet field; this was probably the losing factor. Captain Nelson broke his arm in the third period and was lost to the team for five weeks. ELKHART— 14 GOSHEN— The Elkhart team traveled to Goshen to play a highly-inspired team that gave Elkhart another hard-fought game after a lapse of ibout four years. Previous to this game the Blazers had won from 3oshen by runaway victories. The game started on a wet held and ?nded in a downpour. The Redskins played the Elkhart boys to a scoreless first half, but tl|e Bly ers came bo k in the third quarter with a 90-yard punt return b y j h e spark plug of the Elkhart attack, Dick Donovan, for a tcucndown. The squad showed up well after a :wo week layoff and played a fine all around game. Both of the ilkhart scores were in quick succession, but Goshen came back fighting ill of the time. Due to the absence of Captain " Bud " Nelson, Len rink, stellar end, was appointed acting captain. r.ipc it up right, Berkey, the boys h.ive a tough game ahead. Bob Riblet Tigbting Guard Stan Warner Smooth Halfback Mike Patanelli Fancy End Dick Baker Plunging Quarterback Jack Baskerville Dependable Center Bob Brov; n Speedy Halfback Page Ninety-Fil c It s up to you. Stan! ' Rex Croi oot Sparky Fjid George Terlep Bull ' s-eye Passer Bill Hardy Drlihig Fullback Mike carries the ball for a change. Ray I-rick 3 r TuL-kle Daisy rips around right end. Al Piedmont Star Tackle FOOTBALL ELKHART— 21 ROOSEVELT OF E. CH[CAGO 2S ELKHART— 3 2 MICHIGAN CITY— The liiazcTS not only lost this game, with a representative from the v est end of the conference, but also lost their two first team ends, Len Fink and Mike Jiatandli. Fink, atain j aptain, was injured late in the second quarter,)aniJ PatanelH cayly uipthe third period. The Blazers led at the haj 1 5 Ito 7 and jK nie ouX in the second half to add another score and leadz 1 to 7. rTowcvtrT; in the second half the Rough Riders outscorcd the Blazers three touchdowns to one, which provided the winning margin, Elkhart outplayed the visitors through- out the whole game. Tlie Elkliart team hioked great as it completely swamped the Michigan City Red Devils to clinch second place in the conferen;e st.inding. one point out of first place. The Blazers had only six men of the first eleven inv- Jae 3»«ae but sttii showed plenty of power. Coach Vellcr used 3 9 uif " " i ihe runaY-Jy pictory and showed that next year ' s team has yjou ci ronTfte. Siv different players entered the scoring column audit looked as if another score was coming at the final gun. Acting Captain Dick Dona van again led the attack by running through the Red Devils for many long gains. ELKHART— 6 SO. BEND CENTRAL— 14 Tl ' ie lilazers closed tlieir football season against tlie bjars of Central. The liears defeated the Blazers, but the season ended as a successful one for both schools. JThc Bears took an early lead and increased it in the second quartcrAo 14-0. Thl Bla rs came back with a 95-yard run by George Terle|J[fon th -)nly jlvlkKuju touchdown. Captain " Bud " Nelson returned to the Elkhart " TTne-uIT " for the first time in four weeks. The last half was fought bitterly with neither team gcttin; another touchdown. The highlights of the game were Capt. Nelson ' s return and Terlep ' s long run. Paf e Nhu ' ly-S x The " Brains " seem satisfied. Pl.TE CaTALDO Captain Elect Tackle Cliff Raeder Proniisiiii ' End Windy Weldy Pnuerful Guard Ernie Glasgow Pile Driiino FuUhack Bob Osterloo Heaiy Tackle Ray Troup Flashy Guard Johnny Wallin Accurate Center SEASON ' S RECAPITULATION Elkhart Opponents First Downs 89 66 Yards gained from scrimmage 1552 1087 Passes attempted 78 49 Passes completed 19 19 Had intercepted 6 6 Yards gained by passes 312 3 53 Penalties 23 18 Total yards penalized 165 140 Fumbles .. 25 19 Recovered :., 9 6 Punts -- JO 57 Yards 1770 1543 Average per kick ...3 5.40 27.06 INDIVIDUAL PLAYER ' S RECORD Name Terlep Donavan Andress Touchdou lis - 7 ......:. 7 3 Points After Touchdown 2 2 4 2 2 Total Points 44 42 20 Warner 2 12 Bleiier 2 12 Brown Glasgow Fink Nelson 2 1 1 12 6 6 4 Patanelli 2 Osterloo 2 25 ' Other four points in 166-point total scored on safeties by Bachman, LaPorte, and Romanek, E. C. Roosevelt. 12 162 Pi ,5f Ninety-Seien 31 ll0 ' )35f Il5f)l87i33 V ' f ' i: ' intm K vr JW . m ' » FOOTBALL SQUAD FRONT ROW, left to riglit: Ass ' t. Coach Campagnoli, R. Gage, R. Donovan, R. Brown, M. Andress, IvI. Patanelli, E. Nelson, Head Coacli Don Veller, R. Baker, C. Remmel, R. Riblet, L. Fink, J. Gushing, Line Coach Harrison Berkey. SECOND ROW: R. Osterloo, J. Forbregd, A. Piedmont, R. Frick. C. Dooley, J. Baskerville, W. Weldy, R. Murphy, G. Terlep, R. Troup, R. Mishler, P. Cataldo, F. Bleller. THIRD ROW: V. Faust, S. Brauer, R. Crofoot, E. Glasgow, B. Hardy, J. Wallin, S. Warner, R. Dodge, R. Windbigler, E. Barkes, C. Raeder. FOURTH ROW: E. Montencro, C. Downing, R. Fuller, T. Saunders, R. Sennholtz, B. Atwater, T, Montagano, R. DcPew, J. Rossi, P. Rowe, E. Nordman. FIFTH ROW: Mgr. B. Fredricks, Mgr. J. Fawcett, Mgr. T. Witter, Mgr. G. Kasamis, D. Smeltzer, J. Wayne, M. Maure, D. Bentz, D. Mick, B. Beaver, R. Mitchell. Mgr. M. Hiatt, Mgr. J. Phillips, Mgr. R. Heeter. I ' (i " e Ninety-F.iyjtl Jim and " Cut " at their familiar post. " Liz " twirling! Come on you guys, yell! ! Who wants some candy? ? Why the serious looks, gals? One " dog " coming ftp! The band entertaining during the half- time intermission. Phillips and Heetcr, the two hard-work- ing (??) senior managers. " Bartender " Schuler. Our two junior yell-leaders. Front Row, Left to Right: C Raeder; W. Weldy; J. Wall.n; B. Nelson; R. Troup; H. Cor- nell; H. Cooper. Sr., Manager Back Row: J. Longfellow coach; M. Andress; J. Miller: L Patanelli; F. Fiart; B. Dil- lon. Senior Manager. SECOND TEAM VARSITY Front Row, Lett to Right: D. Evans, Sophomore Manager; V. Faust S. Earner; T. Saunders; |. Speraw, Sophomore Manager. Second Row: D. Bcntz; C. Racder; B. Osterloo; R. Jordan; U. Mick Third Row: H. Berkey, coach; E. Avery; G. Weldy; D. Kcggeries C. Cole; F. Hart. Senior " A ' s " , champs of the iinercLiss " A " league. Coach Ehrsani and future Bla er basketcers. SQUADS -FROSH TO VARSITY Pazc One Hundred HARDWOOD HASH Weldy lets go with a right-hander. Words of wisdom from the coach. Miller puts liis all into a free shot. Lanky lads leap. P(i9c One Hiimired-Oue Harry Cornell, Jr. Forward Fra k 1 Uirr, Jr. Forward Winifred Weldy, Jr. Forward Wayne Windmiller, Fr, Forward 1939-40 BRISTOL The inexperienced Bl the Bristol Fiilltoppers early lead and increasing it as the game p a chance to show new material. azc];.Jqua|i( howed prJmisIng form in turning back iiVsil ' R Jfl. S. g.jmiJ onJjJecember 1. Taking an icceded, the Blazers were given MICHIGAN CITY The Blue Blazers were oaf ea fed by th(?M)ch ga City Team in a four team invitational tournam mt at A ' alparaisopn Ue ember 3 0. This made the sixth straight loss for the locals. Weldy turned in a fine performance, getting six baskets. BENTON HARBOR In a rough and tumbhL game the Bla iy;s earned their second straight victory from the Benton I rbyrlteam in iJir l(iiJl gym on December 8. Both teams committed laJ H ' rouL iiiiri n ie y j Jn-. The Blazers opened the last quarter with a rally which won the game. VALPARAISO n the evening round of nlie pour teajri in paraiso the Blazers w Ti - t: thtwrtped b t ic V- I Valpa cember 30. Cornell was the liigh scorer for the Blazers. in 7tational tournament at V- lparaIso Vikings on De- WABASH The Blazers won f coi T Xi ' uTT Fligli ' Ti hool at the 9th o Dfftemb . Hud consecutive game on casualty man, who joined tiie squad last week addition to the strength uf the team. Wabash their third Nelson, former grid proved to be a consider.ible la PORTE vere beatx n Iby Ithe La Port? Snceas at the Elkhart Hij January al hojigh ' " tli g me, V. ' ,as close and once tit The Blazers wer School gym on at 13-13. The Blazers showed improvement in ball against the tough competition. h d and ling and passing fort WAYNE NORTH SIDE The powerful North si3fers [la rtded tlit fluc ojazers their first loss in four games on December |l " i at lhc ort K a Tie gym. The Blazers held their own in the first half, But the talenteo Nortlisiders soon pulled away to win by a large margin. GOSHEN The Blazers local gym on fine showing in the last half lost to t ein rival) Gosh i Hii fh, n a ciose gami December GuaJi T hii ngf luw ' s substitutes ame at tne made a teams used tight and defensive plays. MICHIGAN CITY e d rfeated by ihe M hig H4City Michii team at Micnigan The Blue Blazers were City in a conference game on January i ' . ThV eams were quite evenly paired and the game ended with an exciting finish. WARSAW The Warsaw Tigers ede l tlit Blaitr at half time at the E. Jti. S. gym on good, but the taller Tigers foi ged ahead to victory .V (mi iiT e last halt a Tanuar ' l 3. The loc alter a tie als looked jeffersonville Mazers k ' erejJhipped by thel Jeffersonville Red Devils on Kci 2 ' ) thXf TJcar ' Tj)er. I It was the third loss in The Elkhart Blue B in the E. H. S. gym six starts for the inexperienced Blazer squad SOUTH BEND WASHINGTON The Blazers dropped nJthei game, u c Pjnthcrs, befon crov d at the E. H. S. b a ) oiT!lT|r oi D cej ibo 2 . This was the straight setback for the locals. The Blazers plainly showed lack(of Ex- perience, of v hich the Panthers had plenty. ;:i v- ' PLYMOUTH The Blazer ' s losing them by the Plymouth This y as the fifth were behind three point their lead to win. ; ss P! . wai lengtl rmjd y th l -ferir s [at jj;ie Pt VKKTTN strjffetTt ) ' 7r of tlit-nJkmrn Nihe setback handed - gym on December 28 rookies. The Blazers the first half but the Pilgrims soon increased MISHAWAKA In a fine pcrformance TTje KTl Blaze u seh the powerful Maroons at the local gym on Jaiumyll9.J Tie Blazrffsyisplayed a clever fast- breaking brand of ball, ending their ten -game losing streak. In winning this game, the Blazers were the only team in the conference to beat the N. I. H. S. Conference Champ, Mishawaka. J HAMMO; . hc mighty Hamnu ndl HifchjWt+dca Jtri tJred the Blue Blazers at Ithef Hammond gym on January 20. The Elkhart scoring was divided nmpng the players, none getting more than one basket and four men ng free throws. SOUTH BEND RILEY The South Bend Riley I Wivitjrs ji ' on leirl first triumph over the Blue Bla ers in nine straigm seSfxms at tXe-Ji. Hr S. gym on January 26. P.ach learn made seven field goals, but the Wildcats won on free throws. I ' age One JJundred Tivo Earl " Bud " Nelson, Sr. Guard Johnny Wallix. Jr.. Center Bill Hardy, Fr. Guard BASKETBALL NAPPANEE tlic NAppanci;. ym, ic Blazers overcame tiie Bciorc a large crowd al tlic Aappancc ymj,,,jJie blazers overcame tlie rad of die BulldoL;s witli tl|lrdlquarter rplhVjJ February 2. This was he Blazers second conf coJ - ' e voifniph ia six jMiW s and tlic titth win In seventeen season contests. FORT WAYNE CENTRAL Ray Troup, Jr. Center Johnny Miller, Jb Guard The Blue Blazers I 1 he blue Jilazers lose— ■theit ' -uiL r teen j rv;aTy« t( a rast rort Central team at the E. I4 S. j? i on FL+«tuar - . Tlic locals atte a last quarter rail) ' , buMrJilea -«5 ovoreSml- trfe-X isitors lead. :cnjJrv;aTy« to a fast Fort Wayne " ' ' ' ptcd SOUTH BEND CENTRAL Mike Patanelli, Sr. Guard The talented Central team handed the Blue Bla ers their htth con- ference loss in se en C(.T|itcswr in FebrtHV)- pT at the local g ' m. The Blazers held Central to a Itie J -«ic Jarst q arterrV ut with a fast oftcnsivc attack, the Central team upeii?a its T; ' ayu) icTory. GOSHEN The inipro " ed Goshen Redskins won their second straii;ht game this season from the Hla ers - t thi — oshen r iT ol — I ebruary 1 ( . The locals showed improvement, but iot ' " niuch jrC tli ' Tioshen outfit. This was the Bla cr hnal Fast 4 4 l - . confJW.c wflc. KENDALLYILLE The l.lkliart Blue Bl.i ers in tlieir final game ut the regular season were deteated by the Kertdal|iiine teany4t thA gym an February 23. All twelve eertitied loii i i a rs TveiT " JTedTTJ " Cuach Lonjfellow. SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Clk 1 Raedir. Jr. Guard Np GOSHEN In a very exciting opening game t»f the scctitmals for the third lime this season, the Goshen Redskins defeated the Blue Bla .ers, cham- pions for the past three ' j oi ! rhe ga i vas 4:!d at the Nappanee gym on February 29. Behii dJ ( toi " Tl yh haltT rlie lo.;als battled up to a score of 32 to 30 with one minute to ;o. However, th.-v were unibL- CO rail) ' enough to win. Max Axdress, Sr. Forward Page One Hnitdrcd-Thrcc TENNIS Sljm it, Toby! The tennis team lines up: Gulermuth, R.; Beckwith, G.; Tice, R.; Myers, R.; Le- Fevre, R.; Cutler, B.; Geiger, B.; Jordan, R.; Flora, L.; M.inn, R.; Co.ich, Hap Sor- enson. Cross Country Front Row, left to right: Jar is Smith, Rav Humccke, Dan Stephenson, Bob Darr, Bill Fiarrington. Second Row: John Maniaci, F oward Smith, Ellsworth Comer, Eugene Knud- son. Third Row: Edward Goard, F-larry Rcssn, Fiarry Smith. Fourth Row: Jack Salisbury, Tom Mocre, Jack Dinehart. Chuck F5inehart. Fifth Row: Cecil Bleiler, Charles Mur- phe ' , Bernie Broadhent, " Pinkcy " Miller. Sixth Row: John Demos and Thomas Butler, Sr. Mgrs., Coach C. C. Boone, Bob Smith and Jim Dalton, Soph. Mgrs. Fook at Jarvie ' s stride! GOLF On the green, Kmney? Squad: Standing — McKcan, B.; Brown, P.; Sanderson, M.; Bray, V.; Malm, R.; Eads, C; Feeger, J.; Crandall, R.; Kneel- ing — Baum, R.; Dempsey, M.; Montag- ano. F.; Ant, F.; Morris, B.; Kinney, B.; Osborn, F. I ' a c One Fliindred I ' oiir GOLF Golf, one of the newer sports at Elkhart, started out with a bang. Paced by Johnny Wilhams, state medalist, and Jim Kinney, who finished third. The Golf team finished a close second in State competition last year. This vear, with Kinney returning and with regulars " Mike " Sanderson and Clacy Eads also coming back. Coach Wise had few worries. As many boys in E. H. S. play golf, there il always competition for a place on the team. Not manv schools ha e golf teams but those that do provide a heavy schedule for the W ' isenien. This spring ' s schedule is as follows: April 13 Michigan City . Here April 20 Mishawaka Here April 17 South Bent Central Erskin, South Bend May 1 South Bend Riley Erskin, South Bend May 4 LaPorte , . There May 7 Dowagiac Here May 11- Conference Meet LaPorte May 1 8 State Tourney Indianapolis TENNIS The tennis team again ended their season impressively. Coach Sorenson piloted his squad to a second place tie in con- ference standings with Michigan City with five wins and two losses. Despite their marred record, the racqueteers look forward to a successful spring schedule. A very promising record for next fall ' s team is also ahead, as only two members will graduate, leaving LeFevre and Jordan (No. 1 and 2 m;n respectively). Among Elkhart foes met this spring were Culver and Howe Military Academics; and Kalamazoo, Sturgis, Dowagiac, and State High Schools, Michigan. Scores of conference matches played in the fall of ' 3 9 are: Elkhart 4; LaPorte 1 Elkhart 3; Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart 5; 4; Mishawaka 2 Nappanee Riley, South Bend 1 Michigan Citv 3 Goshen Central, South Bend 3 CROSS COUNTRY Things looked quite gloomy for Chelsea ' s cross country t;am this year. His lirst five men had graduated leaving first team berths wide open. After an c. tensi e " advertising " campaign, Coach Boone got many prospects to come out for the spoi t. Soon an experimental team was organized and first put to a test against Riley which they won by an impressive score. After losing their next two games to the Michigan champs, Niles, and to the strong Fort Wayne team the harriers turned on the steam, winning five straight. To add to their laurels the ' captured second place in both state and conference meets. SCHEDULE AND SCORES OF E. H. S. CROSS COUNTRY Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 4 — Riley, South Bend 43; 7— Niles 20; 14 — North Side, Fort Wayne 16; IS— Riley, South Bend 36; 20 — Central. South Bend 32; 1 — Michigan City (telegraphic) -- 45; 3— Central, South Bend 29; Elkhart ::.. 16 Here Elkhart 37 Here Elkhart 39 There Elkhart 22 There Elkhart 25 Here Elkhart 15 Elkhart 26 There Elkhart 20 There S — Mishawaka 39; 1 1 — N.LH.S.C. conference meet at Mishawaka; Elkhart finished second to Hammond. IS — State meet at Fort Wayne; Elkhart finished second to Manual (Indianapolis) Vage One Hundred Five TRACK The spring of 193 9 brought Elkhart a good track team. With such outstanding stars as Dale Swihart, who won the state pole vaulting title, and Robert Brown and Patsy Ronzone, star dashmen, Coach C. C. Boone ' s worries were few and far between. This year ' s team boasted only two outstanding veterans, Bob Brown and Bob Stock, who sparked the team to its many wins. However, the new faces in the distance runs and in field events proved valuable to Coach Boone and much was expected in the sectional, conference and state meets. The season ' s schedule that started off with a good showing at the Gary Invitational Meet at Notre Dame Fieldhouse is as follows: TRACK SCHEDULE April 6 Gary Invitational at Notre Dame Fieldhouse April 16 Warsaw Here (postponed) April 17 Central, South Bend Here April 20 Muncie Relay Meet There April 2 3 Goshen There April 17 Quadrangular (Mich. City, Goshen, Elk., LaPorte) . Here April 3 Riley There May 4 Conference, N. I. H. S. C. Here May 1 1 Sectional Here May 1 5 South Side Here May 18 State Meet Indianapolis BASEBALL This marks the second year for baseball as a major sport at E. H. S. Last spring -was the hrst year in conference com- petition for Coach Lester Kerr and his baseball nine. With such veteran and capable guidance from Kerr, with Captain " Spic " Atwater, and with valuable assistance of pitcher " Big Bill " Hill, the team consisting of somewhat " green " talent, won three games and lost seven. Last spring many stars had graduated. However, a few practice games showed promises of a good season in the coming spring. The main guns of the team this spring were Ken Speraw .ind his hitting, and pitcher, southpaw " Rube " Dunivan. This spring ' s schedule is as follows: SPRING SCHEDULE FOR BASEBALL April 16 Central, South Bend ..!: There April 19 Nappanee Here April 26 Washington, South Bend There April 3 LaPorte There May 4 Michigan City Here May 7 Riley, South Bend There May 10 Central, South Bend H;re May 14 Nappanee - There May 21 Washington, South Bend Here May 24 LaPorte - Here May 31 Riley, South Bend Here i ' a ' e One Hundred Six TRACK Boone ' s Trackmen: First Row — Broadbent, B.; Dukes, R.; Stock, B.; Troup, R.; Brown, B.; Penrod, T.; Crussemeyer, R.; Smith, J.; Weldy, V.;Dinehart, J. Second Row — Nordman, E. Smith, H.; Darr, B.; Osterloo, B. DeVito, A.; Hardy, B.; Bleiler, C. Montenero, R.; Humecke, R. Third R o w — C helsea Boone, Coach; Demos, Senior Manager; Harrington, B.; Comer, E.; Moore. T.; Lindman, B.; PataneUi, M.; Warner, S.; Wise, L.; Lambo, M.; Smith, B.; Dalton, J.; Galbreath, B. Fourth Row — Gill, C; Cressler, W.; Smeltzer, D.; Nichols, W Kies, J.; DePew, B.; Crofoot, R WaUin, J.; Chester, W.; Mann, C Curran; Shaw, I. Dukes, dash man; SO feet this put? BASEBALL Sluggers Galore: First Row — Grove, G.; Grove, J.; Havens, D. Minus; Salee, C; Terlep, G. Second Ro Havlish, B.; Stu- dent Manager; Speraw. K.; Bellows, [.; Fetter; Jackson, E.; Rhelnheimer, D.; Clark, H.; Havens, B.; Cornell, H. Third Row — Lester Kerr, Coach; Edwards; Miller, C; Williams, J.; Scott, G.; Black, C; Cutshaw, O.; Shade, H. Pi(,i;r One HniidreJ Sere ; " Every Girl a Sport dnd a Sport For Every Girl " A strike; These gjls sure can pitch it (down the alley, we mean C ' mon in, the water ' s belly-smacker in the offing. Pfl,; ' c- One Hundred Ei ht t I if ivf iVit . First Row: Mildred Castcttcr, Marge Chester, Miss Latler, Dorothy Huss, Pat Baron, Marge Leonard, Jean Crosier, Charlotte Uenman, Norma Heeter, Dorothy Phillips. Sut Drumniond, Anna Marie X ' hitmyer, Margaret Poyscr. Second Row: Georgette Modrell, Virginia Bentz, Mary Lou Schlitz, Marcia Fawcett, Betty Lou Johnson, Mary Alice Routson, Catherine Best. Joyce Walters, Esther Burroll, Norma LannI, Elizabeth Gustafson, Marjorie Freed, Phyllis Dresser. Third Row: Gayle Elliott, Phyllis Troyer, Velda Jenkins, Mickey Hursh, Lois Moore, Nancy Jaeserich, Audrey Morrow, Phyllis Pipher, Ruth Fettcrly, lean Verhagen, Gloria Stangle, Prisciila McCartney, JuanJta Peters. Fourth Row: Margaret Fink, Rachel Raab, Jane Doll, Mary Gard, Gladys Gardner, Mary Battista, Vivian Shenk, Audrey Busse, Mary Moyer. Alberta Achberger. Fifth Row: Dolly Lund, Dorothy Gard, Mary Amen, Nora Gaume, Betty LaFlower, Betty Lou Firstenbergcr, Jeanettc Swartz. Delores DeVaughn, Mary Ann Parisho. DISCOBOLUS CLUB The Discobolus Club replaced the G.A.A. as the girl ' s sports club of the high school this year. The organization of this new group was handled very efficiently by our new physical education director and sponsor. Miss Josephine Lafler. This or- ganization IS open to any girl m high school, the onl ' requirement for membership being that each girl must be an active participant in one of the sports otfered each season. Officers elected for the first semester were: Pat Baron, Picsitlcii ; Ph)llis Clark Vici--Pycsiilciif; Dot Huss, Sccrcfiiry; Maxine Hursh, Tranurcr. These girls drew up a constitution for the club, which was later submitted to the members for their approval. The name " Discobolus " literally means " Discus Thrower, " and in ancient Greece, where the world ' s most perfectly developed athletes were produced, he represented the best in bodily stature, in strength and skill. Today physical educa- tion has taken this figure nationally as their symbol, representing all sports and our club in turn has taken him for theirs. The " Discus Thrower " represents this club in all its phases and activities. Another important article of this document discusses the purpose of such an organization as this, which is: To afford to the girls of the high school the opportunity of participation, enjoyment and learning of techniques involved in a variety of sports. The points and awards clause of the constitution was purposely omitted, for these are not the aims of the club. The club ' s program is divided into seasonal activities. In the fall the girls are offered soccor or hockey, archery and badminton. The winter schedule includes basketball, fencing, bowling, swimming and badminton. Then come the spring sports which are tennis, archery, Softball and track. With such a program the girls are completely and very efficiently served. The club has sponsored several projects this year and has on its program a few more for this spring. The first of these projects was a jitney dance called the " Kresge Stomp. " A success, it was followed by the showing of three sports reels, to which all the students were invited. At mid-semester it had a sports banquet which the club plans to have as an annual event. Miss Lafler awarded fencing pins to Marjory Leonard and Pat Baron and announced the basketball team which was lo represent the high school in the coming playday. Before the close of the evening ' s entertainment, the members of the club gave a pledge in unison; and their club pins, a figure of the discus thrower, were presented to them. A basketball playday was held on January 20. Five schools were invited to par- ticipate. They were as follows: Goshen, Ligonier, Warsaw, Bremen, and South Bend Riley. The winner of the basketball tournament was Goshen, and the runner-up was Warsaw. The tournament was run off in two sessions: morning and afternoon. Luncheon was scr ' ed for the ' isiting teams in the high school cafeteria, which was followed by an exhibition -fencing meet. A two-hour interlude was enjoyed b ' the guests in which they were permitted to take part in such activities as badminton, volley-ball, cage ball, and dancing. The afternoon was climaxed b ' the showing of a sports film in the auditorium. The club sold candy at the Goshen-Elkhart basketball game for the purpose of filling the coffers of the treasury. On March Mrh a practice fencing meet was held with St. Mary ' s College. This spring a field-day was sponsored by this club in which all girls In grades five and six were invited to participate, during which various track events were run off under the supervision of the girls of the club. Awards were given to the in- di idual winners of the events as well as to the school which won the highest number of points. Each sport had its own problems to meet, tournaments, and socials. The girL out for basketball, for instance, were taken out by bus to the Monger School gym for all their practices, and at the close of their season had a pot-luck supper. The badnilnton group used the Y.W.C.A. gym and ran off ' a ladder tournament. The girls bowling at the Red Crown organized their own league of four teams, each vying for the high-pin average. The swimming club offered Red Cross tests and life saving on which to work — so that each group was working independently and actively. The introduction of two new sports to the club ' s activities this spring is being made possible by the school board. They have plans for a hockey-field and an archery range. The club has a trophy, the figure of a discus thrower, on which is engraved the names of the officers and sponsor for the initial year and the club motto, " A sport for every giil; every girl a good sport. " Page One Hundred Nine ADVERTISING DIRECTORY Page Adams Westlake Co 123 American Coating Mills 134 Auto Specialties US Banner Coal Co 115 Bell Drug Store 139 Biltmorc Studio 1 12 Blessing Shoe Store 122 Blue ' s Lumber ii Supply Co 115 Borneman cf Sons 127 Boston Store 141 Buescher Band Inst. Co 147 Calvert Coal Co 141 Central Drug Store 120 Chicago Telephone Supply Co 119 City Ice Co 1 22 Coca-Cola 1 18 C. G. Conn. Ltd 135 Dally Lhr. li Supply Co 146 Day ' s Transfer, Inc 116 Domore Chair Co 138 Elkhart Amusement Co 136 Elkhart Brass Co 121 Elkhart Bridge ii Iron Co 147 Elkhart Candy Co 126 Elkhart Clearing House Association 142 Elkhart Ice Cream Co 139 Elkhart Milk Council 131 Fieldhou ' c Real Estate 114 Flander ' s Inc 127 Fort Wayne Typesetting Co 137 Foster ' s Studio 130 Gaiill Oil Company 124 George ' s Sandwich Shop 120 Goldberg ' Men Store 1 14 Herff-Joncs Company 1 13 Dr. H. C. Higgason 132 Hossick Bakery 143 Indianapolis Engraving Co 1 50 Ind. If Mich. 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Stamp 11 5 The Stationers 145 The Sterling Brass Foundry ...-120 St. Joe Ice Co 137 The Style Shop 129 The Truth Publishing Co 125 Turnock Hardware Co 139 The Charles Wallcy Funeral Home 126 Henry Weis Mfg. Co 115 Harvey Wambaugh, Inc 145 West View Floral Shop 148 W. W. Wilt Super Markets 128 Whitcomb Floor Covering Shop 122 White Funeral Home 1 30 W. T. R. C 125 Wmcr Coal Co 1 1 S Y. M. C. A 149 A. G. Zelle Funeral Home 140 Zicscl ' s - 148 Vage One Hundred Ten EARL " BUD " NELSON 19?9 Football Captain PETER J. " PETE " CATALDO 1940 Football Captain WALTER G, MEYER FUNERAL DI RECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE— PHONE 68 RERNIECE KEENE MEYER, R.N.. LADY ATTENDANT a 216 West High Street ELKHART. INDIANA OPPOSITE MAIN HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE Pit,?,c One HuiiJrcJ Eleicii p uu6e u m omen t and Register a Lasting Impression of Ljour I ' ev oncL lltu BIITMORE STUDIO wanted a date With a swell gal named Kate, But gosh, I sure pulled a blunder. SURE, you AND , „ ' J ,j , pj yOUR UNDER-CRAD ' COME RIG HT overJ Slw ' d Say " No one at home, " Y But now my Under-Grad Gets vie the right number. SWELL STYLE THESE KEENE ' S KLOTHS BOOT SHOP Paf e One Hundred Twelve HERFF-JONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY, GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS, MEDALS. CUPS AND TROPHIES INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA JEWELERS TO ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1940 NORTH END RESTAURANi ISBELL£r l ' (C9 Tenth Street at N.Y.C. Traeks BUILDING HEADQUARTERS LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR BUILDING PROBLEMS ESTIMATE FREE — NO OBLIGATIONS " Toot ' Toot " Phone 22 Pave One Hniniretl Thir een Do You Know How Where to to Swim Swim ? ? HIGH DIVE POOL New Under Construction Northeast of St. Joe Ice Plant ELKHART, INDIANA DIAMONDS WATCHES " KUESPERT " JEWELER 514 South Main Street Same Location 28 Years Phone 667 ' WHERE GIFTS AND GOLD ARE FAIRLY SOLD " Recognize Them? Yes, that ' s Leonard Fink, and there ' s Jim Kinney looking over golf clubs. Where? At Herman ' s, of course, where Elkhart students like to buy. Those " E " sweaters came from Berman ' s, too! WHEN YOU THINK OF SPORTING GOODS, THINK OF BENSIVE AND THE BOYS AT BERMAN ' S Congratulations to the Class of 1940 GOLDBERG ' S " Elkhart ' s Largest Men ' s Store " Pa,i ' e (Jne Hitnilred Foiirfeen i T fic CaometSk(mm6 Compliments HENRY WEIS MFG. CO., Inc. gOilFI TRADE MARK REGISTERED Compartments ¥R£E FREE! To every student purchasing a new portable typewriter on or before July 1, 1940 A New Arvin Radio Just the thmt; tor vour own room We c,irr ' a full line of New Portables, all makes, priced from $29.75 up 9j W. J. STAMP 540o46 Sherman Street Compliments of BLUES Building Supply Co. The Best LUMBER For Any Purpose Phone 582 509 Sherman Street Compliments of Banner Coal Company AND Ulery ' s Furniture Mart HOWARD C. ULERY, Prop. Pj ' c One Hun died Fifteen CAS FOR THE CAS 4 CAS BIG JOBS WATER HEATING COOKING REFRIGERATON HOME HEATING THE GAS COMPANY I ! ' ■vp - ir - " ■ p ' IT PAYS TO SHIP VIA DAY ' S t C ' ' I ' a ' .!e One Hundred Si leeii Congratulations y Class of 1940! Elkhart is proud of you — and in like manner we hope that Elkhart will always be proud of the plaee oecupied by Miles Laboratories m this community. For more than half a century we have striven to maintain good business standards, and to pro ide the world with pharmaceutical prepara- tions which will be a credit to our home town. We try, too, to maintain pleasant conditions for the local folks who work for us in glareless daylight rooms, like those shown in the photographs above. The public is always invited to -isit us. MILES LABORATORIES, INC. Makers of Alka ' Seltzer Tablets Pa " c One Hitihlrcil Sciciitccii Electrical Engineering Keys — Brakes Speedometers Radios AUTO SPECIALTIES CO., INC. 2 16 Tyler Avenue ELKHART, INDIANA GET A HANDY CARTON OF Coco-Cola FOR HOME REFRESHMENT Take Home a Six Bottle Carton WINER COAL COMPANY COAL AND COKE Phone 929 OFFICE— 920 PROSPECT STREET LLOYD BROTHERS Elc cn Home ' Owned Economy Food Stores no) 5 SHOP AT LLOYD-S AND SAVE MONEY ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE Va e One Hundred FJghteen CHICAGO TELEPHONE SUPPLY CO. MANUFACTURERS OF TELEPHONES AND SWITCHBOARDS SINCE 1896 MANUFACTURERS OF RADIO PRODUCTS SINCE 1920 ELKHART, INDIANA, U.S.A. Pa?e One Hundred Nineteen THE STERLING BRASS FOUNDRY QUALITY Brass-Bronzoid ' Alunmuim and Manganese Castings ELKHART, INDIANA Compliments of CENTRAL DRUG STORR PHONE 10 1 CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1940 GEORGE ' S SANDWICH SHOP 105 West Marion THE NEWMAN-MONGER CO. LUMBER Phone 680 210 EAST JACKSON BLVD. II Page One Hundred T weiity Compliments of ELKHART BRASS mFG. compflnv ELKHART, INDIANA Pagf One Hiiiiihcd Tuciity-Onc —555 ll WHEN BETTER COAL IS MINED YOUTL GET IT at KAUFFMAN CONSUMERS COAL AND SUPPLY CO. 73 S SOUTH MAIN FOR THE BEST IN FOOTWEAR SEE BLESSINGS " Elkhart County ' s Oldest and Best Shoe Store " RUGS AND CARPETS LINOLEUM SHADES AND VENETIAN BLINDS WHITCOMB ' S FLOOR COVERING SHOP Phone 372 109 Pottawattomi Drive ELKHART, INDIANA FREE ESTIMATES CITY ICE CO. 410 HARRISON STREET fee • Phone AIR C CONDITIONED ICE " REFRIGERATION 7 • Coal I ' age One Hundred T wciity-T wo COMPLIMENTS OF ADAMS- WESTLAKE COMPANY P«,?e One Hundred Twenty-Three Compliments of INDIANA AND MICHIGAN ELECTRIC CO. 108-1 14 North Lexington Avt SIGMUND SORG Inc. RELIABLE JEWELERS GOSHEN 120 South Mam ELKHART 5 1 3 South M.un - The Home of the Famous Divided Payment Plan Compliments of SERVICE CANDY CO. 620 South Main Street HOWARD L. SHELLEY RAY I. LONG DX DX LUBRICATING FUEL DIAMOND 760 MOTOR OIL PENNZOIL MOTOR OIL . KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES 1915—1940 Years of Serving Motorists in Northern Indiana and Southern Miehigan GAFILL OIL GO. Pfl, ' £ ' One Hundred Tiveiily-four ANSWER PLEASE! Why WTRC of Course When It Comes to NEWS You ' ll Find It in THE ELKHART TRUTH Your Home Newspaper I ' dgc One HhuJicJ Twenty-Five Compliments of YOUR DODGE DEALER Dodge -- Plymouth Dodge Trucks DEPENDABLE USED CARS Lusher Motor Co. Elkh.Lit Avenue at BriJiie Sweets for the Sweet ELKHART CANDY CO, The Charles Walley Funeral Home 126 NORTH SECOND STREET ELKHART, INDIANA Phone 626 AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 626 l ' a: e One Ihiiidyed Tivciify-Six Modern Cleaners 42=; South Second Street Phone 444 FUR STORAGE FUR COATS : Made t(i Your Individual Measurements You Can Get It at - - BORNEMAN SONS Hardware Paints Kitchen Furnishings Electric Supplies Plumbing Supplies 63 Years of Service ELKHART, INDIANA 1 J. C. PENNEY CO. High Quality and Low Prices • Elkhart ' s Busiest Store . or Lyoa . . . Diamonds Jewelry Silverware and Watch Repairs Jblanders Jewelers 402 South Main Elkhart, Indiana WE BUY OLD GOLD 1 Piii c One Hinn rci! Turiify-Scrcii COMPLIMENTS OF ELKHART ' S INDEPENDENT FOOD MARKETS um, W. W. WILT SUPER MARKETS No. 1 312 N. Main St. No. 2 330 So. Main St. Pa e One Hundred Twenty-Eight 3 youi I Smart Young Fashions for That Important Affair! THE STYLE SHOP 515 SOUTH MAIN STREET Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1940 ' ROSEN BROTHERS NEW METHOD CLEANERS EAST FRANKLIN STREET BAND BOX ZEPHYR CLEANING SERVICE REPAIRING — RELINING PHONE 370 Page One HiiitiJrcil Tuen y-Niiie SENIOR PORTRAITS by FOSTER ' S STUDIO 108 WEST WASHINGTON STREET ELKHART, INDIANA Q-N QUALITY FOOTWEAR in the Smartest Styles X-RAY SHOE FITTING at Q-N SHOES M6 SOUTH MAIN STREET Compliments of WHITE FUNERAL HOME PHONE 890 129 SOUTH SECOND STREET I ' a,i(e One Hiuiclred Thirty A BALANCED MEAL Calls tor ILK! ELKHART ILK COUNCIL Page One Hundred Thirfy-Onc PRICELESS! GOOD EYESIGHT THE SPIRIT OF YOUTH DR. H, C. HIGGASON 414 South Mam Street Phone 30 J8 I. A. MILLER " 400 PONTIACS FOR ' 40 ' GOSHEN ELKHARi NAPPANEE PE D 1 E R CO... ELKHART, INDIANA SUPERIOR QUALITY CLARINETS - FLUTES OtM.AJtirmJb MjLe WO O D Wl N D S | oboes - piccolos I ' ay e One Hundred Thirty-Two S E R V C E PRESS @© [■ nnterA m 117 WEST LEXINGTON AVENUE ■ ' ' ■ ' Across from Y. W. C A. PHONE 3 360 Page One Hundred TLiirty-Thn MOVIE FILM KODAK FILM Newest KODAKS AT REDUCED PRICES DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING PAINE S PHARMACY Marion and Second Street PRESCRll ' TltWS LERNER S 1 1 3 South Main Street ' A GOOD I ' LACE TO EAT ' Congratulations to the Class of 1940 AMERICAN COATING MILLS, Inc. Pa e (J)ie Unudrcd Thirty-lour Airplane view of Conn factory, larg ' est band instrument factory in the world. Equipped with the finest and most modern machines and tools known to manufacturing science. Champions Win With CONNS Each year in the State and National Band and Orchestra competitions CONN instruments are outstanding favorites among the Champions! This is especially true in the solo contests where ease of action, quality of tone, and trueness of pitch are contributing factors which determine the musical rating accorded the contestant. Conns arc " Choice of Champions. " C. G. CONN, LTD. Elkhart, Indiana yi3if ' 13if tkl f ! I J fy Pan-American ■ BAND t ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS ARE Factory Guaranteed! the " World ' s Finest Complete Line of Moderately Priced Band and Orchestra Instruments " Made in ELKHART, INDIANA Krrp.-r SiQ . .QQ. Vii4 l-ilj ' Vi ' j ' -■ Elkhart High School ' s 100% LEEDY Equipped Percussion Section Just as big symphpny and dance musicians favor percussion and mallet-played instruments for their exacting work, most nationally prominent high school bands use and enthusiastically endorse Lecdy drummers " equipment. effy J . Co., Inc. " World ' s Finest Drummers ' Instruments Sines 1S95 Va ' c Que Hundred Tb rfy-Fiie For QUALITY SERVICE SATISFACTION PHONE 41 RUSSELL THE COALMA COAL — BUILDERS ' SUPPLIES COKE Congratulati ons ♦ ♦ ♦ CLASS OF " 40 Compliments of the Elkhart Amusement Company INC. Operating the ELCO-BUCKLEN ORPHEUM-ROXY THEATRES Presenting THE SCREEN ' S FINEST ATTRACTIONS Best Wishes CLYDE PAXSON Compliments of MOTOR SUPPLY CO.. Inc. ELKHART ' S MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF AUTOMOBILE PARTS Pa c One Hundred Thirty-Six Real Fine Ice! " That ' s what you want in your coke! Mother uses these crystal clear cubes in drinking water — makes them in h c minutes — but this line, silvery ice is what makes a real drink. And we always put it m on the celery, carrots and around the grapefruit. Sparkles hke diam- onds! " ST. JOE ICE 124 So. Main St. Phone 227 FORT WAY N E TYPESETTING CO. LINOTYPE -MONOTYPE COMPOSITION -», FOR THE PRINTING TRADE Page One Hun J re J Thirtx-Seien w o R K M O R E R E S T M O R E IN A III MORE " AMERICAS MOST TALKED ABOUT CHAIR " DOMORE CHAIR COMPANY, Inc. ELKHART, INDIANA Pa e One Hundred Tlyirty-Eight FRED LUNDQUIST Dependable Fuel VIC DANIELSON Compliments of ELKHART ICE CREAM COMPANY 1 TURNOCK HARDWARE COMPANY sport Qoods — Devoe Paints Fairbanks Morse Stokers Home Water Plants GENERAL HARDWARE 1233 Main St. Elkhart BELL CUT RATE DRUG STORE ELKHART, INDL NA Q oilet Goods Sodas mid Candy PHONE 361 1 Page One Hinuired Thirfy-Nhie COMPLIMENTS OF A. G. Z E L L E Funeral Home 40? WEST FRANKLIN STREET ELKHART, INDIANA A TYPICAL NIBCO LAWN SPRAY INSTALLATION See Your Plumbini, ' Contractor tor Details NORTHERN INDIANA BRASS CO. ELKHART, INDIANA l ' a; c ' One Hundred Forty WITH BEST WISHES TO ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL THE CALVERT GOAL COMPANY ' ELKHART ' S BEST COAL YARD " TEEN-AGE SKIRTS an d BLOUSES a?i d DRESS UP COTTONS KIDDIES KLOTHES SHOP 124 West Marion Con ratulations Graduates OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE The Boston Store Elkhart ' s Store of Values Page One Huudrcd Forty-One Assuring Himself of Future Prosperity! First Old State Bank St. Joseph Valley Bank First National Bank l ' a: c ' One lluinind lorty-Tm Congratulations to the Class of 1940 HOSSICK BAKERY BAKED GOODS DIRECT TO THE HOME CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1940 FRANK MYERS MEN ' S WEAR Ready-Made Clothing and Shoes FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN THE RAPP COMPANY 409 South Main Street ELKHART, INDIANA Pi .sjc Our Hundred Forty-Three On Top of the World BETTY CORRELL and her COMMITTEE MARTIN ivith PHIL SPITALNY ' S Famous All-Girl " Hour of Cham ' ' ' Orchestra THINK of It! Betty graduated from Elkhart High School in June, 1939, and two months later she was on the stage of the Paramount Theatre, New York City, trombone soloist with Phil Spitalny. Proof again that ability plus the right instrument can really lead you places fast. And this is interesting! In her first two years of High School she played another make instrument. But not until she switched to a Martin (ask her) did she develop that electrifying beauty of tone that brought her fame at National Solo contests and school concerts. Her success speaks for itself! MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENT COMPANY ELKHART. INDIANA f- lckiretts L reati tons . . . . . . compliment you and your customers PicLJL 3to w e r d Page One Hinulrcc! For y-Fo See the Greatest Advance in Home Refrigeration in 25 Years! FRIGIDAIRE " Cold-Wall " ,,. Vv.v .V » V Now At Netv Loiv Prices! See It At Our Store and you ' ll agree— the Frigidaire " Cold- Wall " is a great new discovery that brings a new measure of protection to the flavor, freshness, color, wholesomeness... even the vitamin content ... of food ! Pre- vents transfer of objectionable food odors and flavors. You don ' t even have to cover food. See this new miracle of food-keeping— now at new low prices! HARVEY WAMBAUGH, INC. 61 S SOUTH THIRD STREET PHONE .M " Pi;,!;i ' One Hiiiiifinf Farfy-Fii For That " E " Qrade Use " E " Qrade Paper ECHO FILLERS ON SALE AT ALL STORES W. F. LILLY AND CO. DISTRIBUTORS CONGRATULATIONS to THE CLASS OF 1940 DALLY LUMBER CO. 816 South Main Street Phone 15 " THE HOME OF FINE LUMBER " ' Sill! J ESafc The 1940 Pennant Annual Proudly Displays MOLLOY MADE COVERS THE DAVID J, MOLLOY PLANT THE S. K. SMITH CO, 2857 NORTHWESTERN AVENUE, CHICAGO Pttiii ' Oiw HmiiireJ Forty-Six the McDermott STUDIOS Offering Expert Instruction On CORNET - TRUMPET - TROMBONE AND OTHER WIND INSTRUMENTS The McDermott Music Studios, specializing ui instruction of brass and reed ii.struments to be- ginners a: ' .d professional musiciai s. has some of the finest talent in Northern Indiana and South- ern M chigan enrolled as sludents. Each year, sir.ce the studios were established, several of these students have won first division in national high school competition. Mr. McDermott was formerly a professional musician and has held first chair in some of the nation ' s leading theatre, opera and symphony orchestras. Phone or write for an appointment. The McDermott Music Studios Room 2U5-6-7 — Security Building 214 South Main Street — Phone 1565 ELKHART, INDIANA THE ADVANCED MUSICIAN NEEDS THE QUALITY FOUND in Buescher Instruments Buescher True Tone instruments are world renowned for beauty of tone and ease of playing. The Buescher Com- pany specializes in producing only the finest of quality band instruments designed particularly for the professional mu- sician and for the advanced amateur. Buescher instru- ments have qualities and exclusive features that definitely improve musicianship. You are cordially invited to see and try the newest Buescher instruments at the local factory display room. In Elkhart and surrounding territory the McDermott Music Studios will arrange a free trial for you on any Buescher models. The Buescher Band Instrument Company ELKHART. INDIANA SEE THE NEW 1940 CHEVROLETS AT SMITH MOTORS, Inc. 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