Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

 - Class of 1945

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Some of us tear home to lunch on our bikesg some of us grab a sand- wich most any place, but the Ball- Sykes-Shank gang gathers at the Y.W. for a real feed. 0111 lo 111111-11, the bike fwrigade. it 44 Fifteen We lwe on ummm. ,dave 'FW' new J?,,.A 04 QGLMQI2, mid Thc second HOOP is thc Hcrc wc swap thc lut- hcrc wc fjbauebl collect in our dawn IW main drag: there the day beginsg there it ends. est dopeg here we groan, grumble and gripeg snob mobs. SL'I!C'I7lt't'll Bu' uncfmneaifz zz' At heart, every Ioe and lane is really a good kid. Serious about the war, and about boys in the service, we push bond and stamp sales in bomerooms every Tuesday. Most of all, We are concerned about the future, and about our part in the '4Oue Worldf, Gee, Ihr' old f7lLl!'f' lookx good." Ifightcen Home Room 1 I7 puslzcs :rump mlm. Zbfxen-wedag.. I . A l,.. E1 U Q 2351 had 'Xfff Twenty i-wma, is Q Wewff we mean our new principal, C. P. Woodruff is an all right guy: he's one of us: he speaks our language. And when we say school is a grind, we,re just sounding off, old, dirty and crowded-it is alive and we love the place. And although we crab about lessons and teachers and criticize when they squeeze in a sermon along with the learnin', we agree that theylre pretty swell. Add one super principal, sixty swell teachers, twelve hundred cagey kids, and you have ,ng .322 '.' D 4 r s r W 'I 4 33 .f l 0 0 n: Under the supervision of our superinten- dent, Dr. Harold H. Church, our school has seen many modern improvements. An en- larged and improved curriculum, added equipment and recently, more attention to the recreational needs of the youth of the city are a few of the advancements which have taken place in the p1lSI year. The unseen power behind all our progress is the Board of Education. This board is composed of Mr. Vard W. Frederick, presi- dent: Dr. L. F. Swihart. secretary: and Mr. I. L. Ullery, treasurer. Suuw I ozmsflm lllxx Sharp: lzmior CUl1lI.fl'IUl', .llisx lXYfl'kIiIlI1!.' Soplzomorz' C0lllI.i'l'II7l', Mix: Ii1r1'i,f. 2fiae4, win This year the principal's position is being lillecl by a new personality. Mr. C. P. VVootl- ruili. In the short time that he has been here, he has provetl himself to be a capable leader. He has been confronted with many problems cluring his First year at lilkhart High School but he has handled them all efficiently. Un- tler the leadership of these men and women, the citizens ol' lflkhart should feel, as the pupils of lilkhart High School do. that in the future our school will become an even better institution ol' learning than it is today. The nl Bsis G5 l'1'1'114'1'p11f C. P. lVO0I!l'Itl7 111111 ,'I5.i'1'.rf1111l P1'f11f'ff111l 1311111 li. Smilh. Boys' z'o1111.rflo1'r.' .1I1'. I.1'5I1'1' lXil'I'I', Klr, lf, T. O1'g1111, lillftlfllfllltll Co1111relo1'. Mr. Rivh111'1i Cil'NII71l'!'k!', Mr. I1'1111 Gill. Tll'l'f7ll1'-fI1l'C'l 746 y ADAMS. NORYAI. li. ILS.. MS. IiiiiIimgi', Cliiiirmgin ul' liiiiliigy Ih-p1iri- Ilivlll. Ai INIQW, RLITI I ILA. Iinglimli. Ilrqiiiiqilius. AMSIIALTGI I, ANNA II.A. Ilumi- Ifxeriiuliiics. ANIDICRSON. CARI. I. IRS. Ikittcrn Maiking. Gciicixil Shop. Mr- clmnicgil Drgiwiiig. AVICRY. IIRANCIQS ILA., I'i'imI'rssui"s Ilcgiu' in I'i'cmIi. I..itin. Iinglisli. IIIQRKICY. IIARRISON ILA. Pliysiuail lfitncss, Pliysicxil IILIUCLIIIUII. I"unII11lII Cmlcll. HOOK, URIIIIA ILA., II.I..S. I.iIarnri:m. IIOONII., ZIfI.I..A ILA. G1-iiiii4'ti'y. Mntlicmailics. IIROUGIIION, RUIII ILA., M.A. Iinglisli. IIiIwIL'. Cligiiiwiigiii of LLIIULIILIQC Ik-p1ii'lliiciit. IIUSCIIIC. I.OL!lSIi l4,A.. M,A. Iingliah. CARLSON. I.URIi'l"l'A Ii.I'.S.M. .Asmciiilu Iiiwctm' ut' Imtrumcntnl Music. CART, IFLORA ILS. Diri-ctur nf Girl! AtIiIclirs. Iiistiiictur ul' Girls' I'I1ysic.iI Ifiliicnticm. CA'I'IICAR'I'. S'I'IiI.I.A ILA.. MA. Pliysics. lTI,IiNI3I".NIlN. GI".R'I'RI.7IHIf ILA.. M..A. Iinglisli. COl.Ii, IQV.-A Art. Cliiiiriiiqin of Art IJL'lN1lI'lIIlCl1l. CORNS. DORIS IIS. CImii'. IJISAI.. ILINIQ ILS. Cuiiiiiiuitc. IJI-1l'IiW. IIIQRTI IA IIS., M.A. Clntliing. Ilmimc Ifurnisliing. Ifimils. Ilumc Nursing, Clmirmiin of Home Iicuiimiiics I7cp1ii'tincnt. IQVANS. Cl.IlflfORI5 IIS.. I.Ii. Viwiitiimiil Miicliinu Shop. lfUS'I'I'.R. IAMIiS IIS. IIlLIll5Il'I1lI Arts. FOX. .AI.ICIf Ii..-X.. MHA. Mgilliriimticn. lfRIiNlfII. DOYLIC M.S. IVI.lII1CIl1:lIICS. AIgn'I1rgi. iIiL'SlIl1Q,'CIlAlIl'- maiii ut' Mulliciiigitics Iicpqirtincnt. C9liMMI".CKIi. RICII.-XRD M.A. Amcriciiii I'mIwIciiis. Ciiiiiiscllm. Cliiiir- Ilhll! ul Ilislimry l5cpgii'tiiicl1l. GII.I.. IVAN C. IIS.. MS. Clin-iiiisti'i'. lfuiiiisclliw, Cligiiriiigin of I Cliuiiiisliy I7qigl1'liiiciil. CQLIQNIJICNING. MICLVIN M.S. 'I'ypin,s:. CIL'i'icgiI Prgictirc. CUIIIIIICIIIQII Law, Chairmiin-'I'rc41s1ii'ci' ut' Iixtrgi Cur- ricular Activities. II.AMII.'I'0N, AA'lI.l.IAM IIS. Gcllciuil Shop, MccIi4inic.iI I3i'.iwing. IIARI. lII.I5.NN IIS. Mqicliinc Sliimp, fiL'IIL'l'.II Shop. IIILI.. IfI.ORlf,NCIi IiiI.Ii., I'li.IK. I Iislury. Zlkhfmf A1594 School llUUlll'iS, l7.AXVll7 ll.M. lbireetnr uf lI1Sll'llIllCllI11l Music. l.'XliYlS. K.-X'I'llRYN ll.,-X. Gemnet1'y. Consumer Mathematics, Counsellor. IURIJAN, Rll.l'.Y li.A., M.A. llimtory, Business Manager uf Athletics. Kl'il.l.Y, l7ORO'l4llY l5..'X.. M.A. linglish. Writing Inilmrntory, Plllillill- tions. Rl",RR, I.liS'l'liR ILS., MA. Mntliemgilics. lill.llliR'l'. llUVV.XRlJ ll.M. of lltl. .Xssueiqite llirectnr of ll1hlfUll1Cl'llLll Music, KING, GIAIJYS HA. Spanish. Review Mgithenmtics. KIRKI..-XXII, lllil.liN l7h.ll.. M..-X. Slmrthnntl. 'l'rgmseripti4m, Counsellor, Yuegitiuiiitl Merclulnmlisilig. l.lKlNS. VIRGII. ll.l'itl., M.S. Physics. Prefllight Aeronautics, Visual litlllfillltlll. Clmirmgin of Physics De- IILIFIIITCIII. l.UNGl'ilfl.l.UNV, IOHN ll..-X. l'l1p.iuil lfitneas, Pliysiegil litlucntion, linsketlmll Conch. Chairman of Physiczil litluentiun anal Athletics. M.AYl'lfR. WILBUR ll.A. llismry, American Problems. ORG.-KN, lu. l. lilue Print Reiuling, Cu-nnliiizitui' VVtu' Prmluetiun Trgiining, Clmirinain of Vo- Clllltllllll Department. l'.'Yl4'l'UN. ZORA l5.A. lfnenls. Clothing. RONZONH, M.-Yl"l'llliVV BS., MS. Pllyhlflll Fitness. Pliyhieul litlucntiun, Amistgint Conch. SANDS, YV. lf. ll..'X., M..'X. l listury. SpXXVYl'fR. M.fXRCiUliRl'l'li ll..-X., lVl.A. Latin, linglish. SClllfll5l.lfR, lllfl.l",N ll. of litl. Slimtliilml. Typing. llusiness English. Sll.XRl', M.'XRll'i lift., M..'K. linglish. Counsellor. SlCKlil.S. .'XlJ.X l'h.ll. linglish. SlNl'lR. M.'XRll'i llnl.. M..'X, llimkkeepilig. ft0lIlIl1L'l'L'llll Geugrnpliy. SOlllfNSlfN. R.XYlVlONll lift. Physical lfitness, Tennis Ctlllill. Sl'RULfl.l.. R.-XYMUNU ll.A.. M.S. .Xrnerienn l'rulwlems. LfPlllKl'f. GLIQNN BS., M.S. l'lly'siL'S. lliulngy. W.'XGONliR. liVl".l.YN BA. lliulugy. Wlf.NGliR. U.'Xl.liNT HA., M.A. linglish, Speeeh, Rntlio. XVILICY, I. lf. li..-X.. MA. lingliyh. WlSlf. S.Xl.OMli lilili. Phisiegil lirlueguion. lVCXll7lU,il:l5. G. l,., 13.5. IH1'.1l'ting. l,I'llllll1.2', Geneixil Shop. Twenty-.fix all new entering sophs do. amz, This little greenie is learning the ropes as His counsellor ad- vises him about the courses in our widely- varied curriculum which will help him most in whatever he plans to do in the future. After this talk, a new student enrolls with his homeroom teacher, and begins to follow his daily program. lim Esberg, a shall we say typical ? sopho- more, learns about lockers from Osborne . . struggles with Latin nleclensions, with Mrs. Avery's help . . next, Miss Clemlenen cheerily assists him in working on those English workbooks. After lunch, I Mr. Mater and a study hall. When the school day Fift f hangout be founcl at that well-known ' 3 Walgreens im has a history class with is ended. lisberg can c y, :indS X' ' ' 14 new enieu Under her mother's w ing, Sue Yeakey gets the low-down on enrolling from Betty Sho- walter, office clerk. Sue came to E. H. S. from Alton, Illinois. As a junior, Sue has talked over her course, with Miss Kirkland, junior counsel- lor. Then she starts on her new program, entering Miss Hill,s history class. Miss Seheidler cheeks Sue's speed in typ- ing . . next, Sue has a course in general business with Miss Deal . . in the Home Ee. Department, Sue gets some good pointers in cooking from M rs. Patton . Four classes, ll study hall, and an hour spent on the :ld staff of the Pennant We kl ut s day is ended. Twenty-.vc'zfen Senior Class ujircrs, mmgliz in a huzldle with sponrors, Mis: Clcmlczzcn and Mr. Sands. berg will definitely be unforgettable. You also had high times at the picnic held at the close of school. Your sophomore year came to a close but you will always remember . . . "Skylark', and 'llialamazoov . . . pep sessions . . . your lirst dark lipstick . . . your lirst formal dance . . . that hard-earned "E" sweater . . . you were growing up . . . you became casual and smooth . . , you became a part of Elkhart High School . . . The next fall when you returned as a junior, you had self- conhdence, poise and personality. It was just about then that you discovered the importance of your studies. You took to reading Paul Mallon instead of just hashing over the latest dirt in the Pennant Weekly. Andre Kostelanetz be- came known to you along with Bing Crosby and Harry lames. That was the time when new things took on new meanings to you. Twenty-c'ighz r Seniaad REMEMBER . . . That fall when you entered Elkhart High School? You had dreamed all summer about that big moment. You talked about when you would be in high, school and thrilled antici- pating when you could be put in the same study hall with that certain senior. You found your- self meeting new people and liking them. You looked at school with new eyes and you knew then that you wanted to be a part of it, not merely a part of your own little crowd. Now you were here: self-conscious, scared, awe-struck. You cling to your gang, you watch the seniors. The next day you wear what they wear, you loaf where they loaf, you pick up their pet phrases and expressions. You said "that natural kid" and "hi, Goofy". All these made up your first impressions of high school. You began coming home at 5:00 instead of 3:30 because ou worked like do fs under the Y 2-s whip of the upperclassmen. You realized that those same workers would at some time be the leaders of our class. When the class or fanized, Y 2- you helped to elect ofiicers: Bob Stackhouse. presidentg Morris Clement, vice-president: Mari- ln Kin r, secretar Q Dick Ha fans, treasurer: Y is Y is N Mary Lou Niblock and Bob Weldy, social chairmen. Miss Clendenen and Mr. Niblock were chosen to chart your course throughout - your sophomore year. Remember the First class party? It was held in the gym, March 26. That hill-billy wedding in which Hank McCloughan married Bob Es- Plans, parties, programs . . . these all went into the making of your junior year. Bill Borneman who was elected president was aided by Bob Stackhouse, vice-president, Vir- ginia Ienner, secretary, Dick Hagans, treasurerg Mary Lou Niblock and lim Macumber, social chairmen. Mr. Sands took over the position of co-sponsor along with Miss Clendenen. The "Ration Rumpusw which was held january 7 in the cafeteria was especially appropriate because of the war-time conditions. Remember how all the girls swooned when Iake Flora gave his interpretations of Frankie Sinatra? But after the fun of the party, you really had to dig down and start working on the class play, "The Charm School". Phyllis McLain, Dick Church and all the other kids made the play a great success on the night of March 31. Then came the biggest event of the year, the Iunior-Senior 01.244 of '45 Prom, which was held May 27 in the Athenian Ballroom of the Hotel Elkhart. You'll never forget those life-like Spanish figures which centered around the South American theme, how Charlie Rogers swung out on Cugat's Congo, the grand march which ended with the crowning of the king and queen. Your junior year came to a close but you will always remember . . . "ln the Mood" and "Blue Rain" . . . bond and stamp drives . . . ordering class rings . . . source themes . . . editing the lunior Pennant . . . getting on the first string football team . . . Now you were important . . . you became individual and respected . . . you became a part of Elkhart High School. XVith the realization that your senior year had come, you began making your plans for the future. College, cadet nursing, armed forces, work . . . all these things were in your thoughts, mind and conversation. You tried to make this your best year knowing that soon you would be sep- arated from your friends. To start the year off promptly, the seniors divided with lack Diley leading the Ianuary Class. To help carry out the senior activities, you elected Marilyn King as vice-president, Carol Bailey. secretary: Dick Hagans, treasurer: Marcia Hile and lack Hobson, social chairmen. Bill Borneman was elect- ed president of the Iune Class. Other officers elected were: Margaret Bonfiglio, vice-presidentg Virginia Ienner, secre- tary: Barbara Rowe, treasurer, Dorothy Doll and Dick Church, social chairmen. Can you ever forget the magazine drive? Remember how you rushed from one house to another trying to sell maga- zines? You realized you needed plenty of money to carry out all your plans for your senior year. Besides writing copy, arranging glossies, and selling ads for the annual, you found time to struggle with writing lab, type chem experiments, and tear to Honor Society meetings. Due to the many ac- tivities at the end of the year, you planned the Senior Class Play, K'Mr. Pim Passes Byw, for November 17. Ruth Ann Sears, lack Rulif, Lorene Eash and Dick Church took the leading roles. Your senior year came to a close but you will always remember . . . "I'll Walk Alone" . . . V E Day . . . measurements for caps and gowns . . . receiving announce- ments and name cards . . . Sweethearts Swing . . . Senior Day and Senior Banquet . . . Baccalaureate . . . Commence- ment . . . Prom and Alumni Dance . . . Now you have graduated . . . you have become confident and open-minded . . . you have become an alumnus of Elkhart High School. Cazzlcrrizrg on Ikon' p1'e.vidr111's jobs. Modeling the senior garb. Twen ty-nine I CUNNINGIIAM, ORA, IR. Indffslriul DAVIS. GIiGRGIC College l'rr'fnm1lm'y Hi-Y, Yell Leatler, Stutlent Council. Track, Illue Jackets. Cross Country. llli VAUGIIN. IAMIiS l111l11.m'itrl I7ll.lfY, IACK Coffvgz' l'l'l'f141mIory I Xarsity lfootliall, Varsity liasketlwall, Iiztselvall, Student Council, Ili-Y, Senior Class fPres.j. DUTY, AI.IiIiN Homr limzlunlirx Girl Reserves. I"liIJliI.I., LUIS IliAN Hump Ifrozzonlizzv GANGliR, MARIIil,l.I'iN Home IZIIAUIIOIIIIVFX Girl Reserves. GU'I'liRMU'l'Il, 'IUWNSICNIJ fft'IIl'l'Lll Usliers Clulm, lilue Iaekets, Ili-Y fSee.I. IIACK, lil.AlNIi Home ECOIlUl7IfC'.S' IIAGANS, RICIIARIJ f:l'!l!'I'1Il Hi-Y, CPres.j, Basketball, Football fMgr.D, Sophomore-lunior-Senior Cla:-s I'I'reas.j, Stu- dent Council. IIALI., PIIYLLIS Bllsilzfxs Iunior Academy of Science 4Pres.J. Iunior Class Play, Girl Reserves, Triple-l. C'l'reas.I. Stutlei Council, National Honor Society. HlI.li, MARCIA College I'rr1n1ru10ry Girl Reserves ISee.. Vice-Pres.J. Triple-I., CViee- Pres.j, Diseobolus. Stutlent Council. National Honor Society. Iunior Class Play. Pennant an-R iff' .QS " I X I I va, f- Seniofu. AR'I'I.liY, IO ANN College Pwpimrlory Band, A-Capella Choir. Iliseolwolus, Girl Re- serves, National llonor Society, Pennant An- nual. ISABCOCK, CHARLICS Grflcrtll Interclass Basketlmall, Santlliur Football. BAILEY, CAROL fil'Ill'I'LII Triple-L, Girl Reaeryes. Threslioltl, Pennant VVeekly, Senior Clams CSee.J. Pennant Annual. BAKER, PHYLLIS Home Ht'0lIONIft'S Girl Reserves, Discolwolus. Pennant Weekly. BEIQHLER, IiIi'l"I'Y Hnxincxs Girl Reserves, Diseoliolus. Triple-I.. Yell Leatler. ISIGGS. VIRGINIA Home lifolionzifs Triple-I.. Diseoluolus. Pennant XVeekly. IILIQSSING, NORMA IIQAN Home Et'UlI0ll1it'.f Diseoholus, Triple-I.. BOOTS, ROIIICRT Gl'l1rl'tIf Interelass Basketball. BRADY, BYRON fifllfflll Hi-Y, Bantl, Pennant Weekly. IKRICKMAN, ARTHUR College' I'l'c'fnll'tlIf11'-V Iilue Iziekets. Pennant VVeekIy, Varsity Base- lvall, Interelass Basketball. COX, MARY C.-Yl'I'II'iRINl'i Bltiillffi CROSS, DOROTHY College' l'l'r'fn1ri1!ol'y Iunior Class Play. National Ilonor Society, Diseolwolus, Girl Reserves, Pennant VVcekly. I it t of Q S Weekly flint. l'itl.J, Pennant Annual. Choir. -7 A Thirty GLM of '45 HOBSON, IACK General Varsity Baseball, Interclass Basketball, Senior Class QSoc. Ch.D, Hi-Y. HOLLEY, LOUISE College Preptmzlory Girl Reserves, Iunior Aeatlemy of Science, Pen- nant Weekly, Triple-L. HUFF, IEAN General IOHNSON, CARL Izzrlzzxfriul IOIINSON. IOANNE College PI'!'f7tl1'tll0!'j' Ibiseolwolus. Triple-L, lunior Acacleniy of Science, National Honor Society. Girl Reserves. KliNIJAI.L. LAURAINE General Girl Reserves, Triple-L, Diseobolus. KIQSSLIQR, PATRICIA Brzrlzzesr KINIJLIQ, BICVERLY Home h'l'0I10N1ft'J Girl Reserves. KING, MARILYN College Pf!'f7ZII'tIfUf'y Bantl, National Honor Society QVice-Pres.j, Dis- eobolus, Girl Reserves lSoc. Ch.j, Pennant VVeekly CAsst. Atl. Mgr., Atl. Mgr.j. LICKEY, IOAN General Girl Reserves, Discobolus, Pennant Weekly CCir. Mgr., Asst. Bus. Mgizj. LINIJSTROM, PATRICIA fffllfflll Bantl. Orchestra, Diseobolus. LOSHBOUGH. SALLY College Preptzrufory Girl Reserves, Discobolus, Pennant W'eekly tAsst. Cir. Mgr.D. in I 4 E s l ,wx GN LUND, DOROTHY General Girl Reserves. Discobolus. Pennant Weekly. METZLER, ANNABELLE Home IZ-l'UlIONIlt'5 MONGER, MARIORY College I'repr1m1o1'y Diseoholus CPres.J. Triple-L, Girl Reserves. lun- ior Acatlemy of Science, National Honor So- eiety, Pennant Annual. MONTEITH, THOMAS College Pl'f'f7l1HII0l'y Hi-Y fViee-Pres., Pres.j, Ushers Club. Blue Iackets. MURRAY, STUART General Hi-Y, Blue Iackets, Ushers Club, Cross Country, Track. NEFF, RALPH K. Illllllflflitll Band, Orchestra. NEFF, ROBERT lrlzllrslrnll Hi-Y, Interelass Basketball, Szintlbur Football. NELSON, WILLIAM Inrluslrltzl Interclass Basketball, Santlbur Football. Baseball. NOFFSINGER, RICHARD General NULL, BERDINE Home E!'0IIUlHll'S Orchestra. NYE, BEVERLY College l'repurr1lo1'y Student Council, Triple-L, Diseobolus, Choir, Girl Reserves. RAAB, IACOB General Art Club, Cross Country CMgr,Q. Thirty-onc' 5, 355 ll s STAIR, l'llYl,l.lS Home limrzmzlivs STICMM. ROBIQRT llIIlIl,fll'l'lll Ili-Y, Bancl. STRINIC, BliT'l'Y Homr l1'l'0lIONIl'l'.f SWIHART, IAMIQS ffnllfgr' l'1'ffnmlt0ry National Honor Society 1Pres.J, Hi-Y CPres.l. Cross Country CCapt.J, Track. Football, Blue lackcts f'l'l'eas.l. Ushers Club, K VAN 'l'll.Bl'iRG. RlCll.'XRl7 CIz'lIl'I'lll Choir, Ushers Club, VliSClil.US. KliNNli'l'll S. lIIIlII5lI'llIl Ushers Club, Stuilt-ni Council, Cross Country. XVl-Ql,SCll, llll.lJliGARlJli Irlomr' lz'4'ol1unm's Girl Reserves. Wlll'l'li, RUTH limcrrrl viii-1 X . WlllTMYliR, IJORUTHY Hom: IZil'!lIl11l7ll-th' WRIGHT. Mll.lJRlilJ Grurml Banml. Stuclent Council. Girl Reserves. lliscobol- us, Pennant Weekly, Pennant Annual. WYl.lli, RICHARD lmlm'lri11l Track, Cross Country. Thirty-two e ll zz:-t Sr, Ae, t in J 1 I . 1 K I Seniofzfi RBAFSNYIJBR, ROBERT Illrlrlrfrfall Blue Iackets, Track, Cross Country. REBER, MILLICENT General Triple-I., Girl Reserves, Pennant Weekly. Dis- cobolus, Pennant Annual, Sturlenl Council. ROE. PAUL S. Inzlrlxlriul Choir, Interclass Basketball. ROSEN, IRVING College Pl't'f'tll'tll0l'y Hi-Y CVice-Presj, Ushers Club CPrv:s.l. Blue Iackcts fParl.J, Football, Track. lnterclass Bas- ketball. Cross Country. SARGHNT, NORMAIBAN f:t"IIt'l'zll Disuobolus. Girl Reserves, Bantl, Pennant VVeek- ly. Pennant Annual. SCOTT, MINARD Grnrnll SEARS, RUTH ANNB College' Pl'!'f71ll'LIf0I'y Spanish Club QVice-Pres.l, Iunior Academy of Science, Pennant XVeekly 1.-Xsst. litl.l. lliscobol- us, Girl Reserves, Triplefl., Senior Class Play, Choir. SHRBINBR, l.-XCR C0111-gr l'rc'pllmIw'y sIN'roN, Kiarm R. Cullcgr iff,-pmrfw-y Hi-Y, Ushers Club, lnterelass Basketball, Base- ball. SLOUGH, Hll.BIiR'I' fll'I1!'l'tll lnterclass Basketball, Hi-Y, Ushers Club. SMITH, IAMES Imlu.vtriul Track. STACKHOUSB. ROBERT Callcga' Ilwfnmliory National Honor Society, Hi-Y 1Sec.D, Blue Iackets CVice-Pres.J, Pennant VVcekly fBus. Mgrj. Ushers Club QVice-Pres., Sec.. Treas.J, Sophomore Class fPres.l. lunior Class CVice- Presb. 614244 of '45 AIJAMO. FLORENCE College Prepizrzllory AMAN, ALICE A. Home Ifeonomif: ALBAUGH, BOYD CNN fII'l1lZllLl!ilZg, .-XNIJRHSHN. XVILLIAM fffllfffll liaml, Orchestra, Pennant Annual fPliutog- rapherj. ARISM.-KN, lili'l"l'Y College l'rcfnm11ory Girl Reserxes, Triple-l.. Natiunal Hfvnur Su- ciety, liisculmlils. Stutlent Cuuneil. .'XUGUS'l'lNlf. FRQXNCHS f:!'l1!'I'lIl ll.-XCHMAN. VVll.Hl'.l.lN1lN.'X Gf'I1c'r1ll Girl Reserves. li.'XIl.liY. :Xl.lllfR'l' IlIlfIl,f1l'l'LlI IEAKIQR. lili'l"I'Y Home Et'0l10l71il'.f li.-Xl.l., ROSE.-XNN College Prepizmfory Pennant VVeekly flfeat. lizlj, National Honor Society, Girl Reserves, Triple-I., itrt Club, - Iliseulnulus. li.-X'l"I'lS'l'A, S.-XM Izlrlzzstrial liliCll'l'. Ii.-XRISARA QXUI fylllllllflfillgj BECK. MARILYN Gezzrml Art Club, Girl Reserves. l5lfGH'l'lil-, VVAND.-X Gl'i.XRl.liNl'i flonlf' licofzonzirs Iliseulmlus, Girl Reserves. Triplehl.. Pennant Weekly, Pennant Annual. l'lliHNKl'i, 'l'HlfRliS.-X fNoI Grilrfllillfllgj ISIQRKSHIRH. NORMAN ffullegz' I'1'z'fu1ri11ory HICKART, JOHN Gellernl Sanclhur Football. m'1'T1NGHR. SHIRLEY Business Diseolyolus, Girl Reserves, Pennant VVeekly. liONl"lGl,lU, M:XRG:XRlf'l' f,'nlfz'gz' l'1'z'fn1l'il- afory Girl Reserves fSec.J, Ilisenlmlus fSue. Cli.J. National Honor Sueiety fSee.J. Art Cluls fPres.D, Pennant VVeekly. Tliresliultl, Seniur Class fVice-Presj. Triple-l.. Stuilent Cuuneil. BOONE. MARGllf HIlJ'lill!'J'.f HORNEMAN. VVILLIAM flfilffilf Hi-Y. Blue Iaekets CVice-Pres.l. Natiunal Ilon- ur Society. Track, Cruss Cuuntry. Tennis fCupt.D, Stutlent Cnuneil CPres.l. Pennant VVeekly fSpurts litl.J. Pennant Annual. Iuninr- Senior Class fPres.D. BOWERS. CARLA IRAN Buxizzers Girl Reserves. BOWERS. MIQRLE lR. fN0r Grilzlrnllillgj BOWMAN, CONSTANCIQ I3'11:ir1rxs Girl Reserves, liisenlmlus. Pennant XVeekly. lf . ' Thzrty-three 3 4 4 as I om CI JRRIQLI.. I X 7NAI,I D Cnllrgc I,H'fn11'ilfu1'y Choir. Stutlent Council. Visual Iitlueation, Iiluc Iackels. CORSON. TIIOMAS College I'i'z'pul11lo1'y Ili-Y. Iilue Iaeliets 154115. CILJ. Pennant VVeekly, Junior Class Play, Stutlent Council. CORY, ROIIIQRI Illllllflfftll COSSAIRI. MARGARITI' Hnnn' lf1'0l1UI7Ifl'J' Pennant Weekly, Girl Reserves, Iliseoluolus, lllreslloltl. COURT, IQIDYYARID IR. ffoflrgr' l'1'1'f1ilI'illm'y Usllers Clulm CSec.. 'I'reas.. Vice-I'i'es.l. Iilue Iaelu-ts. Pennant Annual I.-Xsst. Ilus. Mgr.I, National Ilonor Society. 'I4III'C5lI1llKI Clius. Mgizj. Cf DX, MARY RLQTII l311.v111e5,r CRONK. ANNIQ Calif-ge l'l'z'fnil'ulrn'y Girl Reserves. Uiseolwollls, Pennant Annual. CRUSSIQMIQYIQR, VIQLORA IIiAN Ilnnu l:'f'o11rm11'r',c IJARR. MARILYN Ilelzzmll Girl Reseryes. Pennant Weekly. Iliseoluolus, Triple-I.. IIAYY, MARY ff!'I1l'l'rll Girl Reserves, Iliseolwolus. I Jlil'I'CI I, CI IA RI,I'iS lllrfllxlffilf IIICNMAN, VVILMA lil1,ffl1z'J! Girl Reserves, Iliseolwolus. Pennant Weekly. Tfiirty-foul' Z2 w.. 'E' Seaton IIOYIQR. HAROLI3 R. frl'lIl'I'iIl' IIRAIDLICY. IiII.IiIiN Gelleriil Girl Reserves. IIYLIIIIRIIICS Clulw. IIRYNIIR. CARULINII Hmm' l:'1'11l1olJlli4'.f Girl Reserves. Diseoluolus. IIUIi'I'IiR. I"RANCI",S Grllrral Iliseolmolus, Girl Reserves. Art Clulw. Pennant W'eeIiIy. CAPPIfI.I.I'i'I"I'I. I.UCII.I.If Hlfsillfm' Triplefl.. Girl Reserves, Iliscolfolus. CARLSON. GLORIA HIIXI-IICXX 'ZZ' Thresholml. Diseolaolus. Girl Rest-i'yrs. Pennant J Weekly. Choir 1Soe. Cl1.J. Stutlent Council. g CASEY. ANNA I.I'1I'f Home I:'m1mnm'.r Ilantl, Iliseoluolus. CIIIiS'I'IfR. IAMICS Gr'r1r'm1 CI IURCH. RICI IARID College l'1'r'ptmilw'y QA. Xb we .lb Iianml fPrcs.J. Orchestra. National Ilonor So- ciety, junior Class Play. Senior Class Play. Senior Class QSoc. Ch.j. CLAUSIZN. IJOLORES Buxinrxx Girl Reserves, Discoholus. CI.IiMIiN'I'. MORRIS College I'rr'pim1Ir1l'y k Iii-Y CSoe. Ch.. Pres.J, Pennant Weekly. Stu- tlent Council. Varsity Ifootlvall. Iunior Class 'lay. Pennant Annual tlius, Mgr.I, National Honor Society f'I'reas.l. Illue Iacliets lYice- Pres.J. Sophomore Class 1Yice-Presj. Cf DCA NOVVICR. CI ,YI Ili I11zlrr.ffr'ii1f yi C' Q 3 rf qi Glafu of '45 Ill CAMILLO. DONALI7 Il11I'I1xII'fi1l IJILLM.-IN, PAY Gcucrul IBILORENZO, PAT I1112'11sIrfi1l iiiifrz, GRIi'I'CHIiN Cvllegc lwptmimfy ' Girl Reserves, Tiiple-L, IIISCOI3t1lllS, Iiuntl, Orchestra. iiori., IDUROTIIY cfollfgf Iwpiiriffwy Girl Reserves t'l'reas.J, Natiunal Hunur Su- ciety, Art Cluli tSec., 'I'reas.J, Triple-L CSoc. Cli.D, Pennant Weekly, Pennant Annual lAsst. litl.j, Ilisculmltis, Senior Class lSnc. Ch.Q, Stu- tlent Council. DUNCAN, WILLIAM I11zi11.vfl'1'i1I IJIJNKRR. GEORGIA HIISIIICXS Girl Reserves. Disculiultis. li.-XSII. l.ORIiNIi fJf'lIl'1'Kll Girl Reserves. Triple-L, Disculiultis, Iuniur Class Plxly, Seniur Class Play, Cliuir IQXSH, ROISICRT Ifzzlrzxlrrtll IiI.I.IO'I"I'. CAR'I'I'iR llllfllilfftll Cliuir, Santllmr Ftmtliall. IiSI3liRG, ROIiIiR'I' f1!'lIf'l'1ll Santlliur Ifuutliall, Stutlent Council, Hi-Y, Bas- ketlwall fMgr.J. iayiaRii'i'i'. MARY PR.-XNCI-QS Home lft'0I10l7Iit'5 Girl Reserves. 'Ki hi IiVIiRET'I', ROIILRT G6'I1C'l'!1I Baseball. FALCONE, IiLlZAl5Ii'l4I'I RUSEMARY Bnsincxs Girl Reserves, Discoluulus. FARLEY, MARY Bzrsiricrs Girl Reserves. FARNSWORTI-I, N.-YI'HIiNIi Cnllrgc Preparatory Girl Reserves, Discoliultis. liantl. Orchestra. Triple-L, 1Vice'Pres.Q, National Himnr Snciety. FIELDS, MAXINP1 Gc'l1r'l'11l Band, Orchestra, lliscoliolus. FINCH, MARILYN College PI'l'f7tIl'1ll0l'y lunior Acatlemy of Science QSec., 'l'reas., Presj, Girl Reserves lVice-Pres.j, Pennant VVeekly, Pennant Annual, Iuniur Class Play, Natinnal Honor Society, Discubolus. FLORA, GERALD c:l'lIf'I'nll Track, Crtiss Country, Stutlent Cuuneil. Hi-Y. FOSTER, CH.-HRLIQS l111fnsl1'1'i1l FRANCISCO, IIARIIAR.-X Hllsillfsx Triple-L, Pennant Weekly, Girl Reserves. Dis' enbulus, Stutlent Council. FRHDRICKSON, GLORIA Hllfillfff FREEBY, JAMES Gzvzrrul Hi-Y, Interelass Basketball, Ilaseliall lMgr.j. FULLER, PHYLLIS HIIIPIF ff1YH1UI?Ifl'5 Girl Reserves. Thirly-fue Seniofu. GXSKQX, GUNST.-XNlflQ lflfxlllma' Girl RL'5L'I'YCS. lripln'-l.. l7isU1l'Ulll5. Stualcnt Council. Iuniur Acmluiiiy ul. Scicncc, Clmir. G.-Xllih, lil.Ii.'XNOR Collrgz' l,l'r'f1ilnl1ol'y lbisculmlus Q'l'rc:im.H, Girl Rwcrvcs, 'l'riplL'fl.. Stuclcnt Council. NLlIlilIl1ll llunur Sucicly. GERMAN, IAMICS Collrgz' l'I'a'fnlri1tor,i' lfmmtlmll, Trzlck, llfillllillll Annual. Gll.l7NliR. l'll".RM.XN Grllrrill lli-Y. Gll,I., Wll.M.'X Ili.-KN BI1.i'f!Il'A'.f Ilisculmliis. Punngint Wcckly, Stuclcnt Cuuncil. GOOD, IJOROTHY Hume' I:'m11on1if'5 GOSHORN. lANli'l' Hmm' l1lt'Ul1UlPll,d'5 Girl Rcsciwcs. Dismlmlus. GR.-Xl5Il.l., li.-XRIEARA Gmrml Girl RL'5L'l'XL'S. Art Clulv QSCQ., ,l'IAL'llS.D. csmmiis, Roisiam' cnfflf-gf 1'f-1-frmfmfy LlhllCl'N Glulu. Niitiuniil Ilnmrr Sucicly, Iunior Acqulciiiy ut Scicncc. GRl'il'iN:XVV,Xl.'l', lllf lfllli ll1zfl1.u't1'fi1f Hi-Y. Ycll Lcgulcr. Stuilcnt Ciiuncil. ll.'X.'XG. Mll,l7RliIJ Collrgr I'rrpi1ri11m'y Art Clulu. l'cnn.int Weekly, Pennant .Xnnuail, lliamlmlm, lriplu-I., Girl llcwi'x'cs. ll.-Xl'lliR, l3li.'XN Gz'r1z'1u11 lli'Y, lunini' .-Xcaxclciny ul' Scicncc. llluc Igickrtm. HALL, Klillll lmln.fn'ii1l lli-Y. HANSING, IQARIEAIKA li1'r1r'ml IlAR'l', Al.liliR'l' lllflllifffzlf lli-Y. ll.'KR'l'. RIGIIARIP fhllfgf- l'l'.f'fulmm1'y lg lli-Y, liluc lzickcts fl'z1rl.J. ligiml, liiisulmgill. , l llilfl"NliR, KlfNNl'.'l4l l lllllllilflill lll'fRRl.l, lllQVlfRl,Y G1'l11'l'ilf l 7lsUll5nllIS. llliRRl.l, l".l,lCNUR finlrlull Girl Rcs.crvi's. ll0GUl'i. VlRGlNl,-X lfllfilll' f Girl Rl'NL'IAXL'N. f,I'L'llL'SII'JI. l ll iI,l.Il4.-XLIGI l, l.'XMlfS lff'f1z'l'ill J I Yirsili' lfimrlnll ,l'I"Il'lx lliliwliw liislutlvil , , '. '. . . f'r11r'r'rl i' l. fa ' 7 1 . . Sll' 'i' 4 . . f . . ' U A f Gz'1lr'I'i1f A ii , I 's ': . H ' . 'qu 1' 1 i Sciu . S 'Q . Lil , i f'l'I1l'l' I Girl Rox" ' 'Ill ' 1" 5. Dixunu s. '1'l1ir1y-,cix Glafu of '45 IIXCKSUN. VIQLMA Grllrrul liantl, Clmir. IIQNKINS, FLOYD 11111115117-Il! Track, Cross Country QMgr.j, Interclass Bas- ketball. Cliuir. IIiNNliR, VIRGINIA College PI'l'f71Il'1lfU1'y Choir, Iliseulmlus, Pennant Weekly, 'IillI'C5l"IKlILl lIicl.l, Girl Reserves CPres.j, Natiunal I-Iunur Society, Stutlent Council QSM., Vice-Presj, luniur-Senior Class QSec.J, Iuniur Class Play. IOIINSON, KIQNNIYVH Illllllilfl-Ill Iiaseluall. Interelass Iiasketlwall. IOHNSUN. RUSIC Home hll'lllIlJU1I-tif IOHNSON. SONIA f:!'ll!'I'LI! Girl Reserves. Iiantl. Triple-I.. Ilisermltolus, Pen- nant Annual. Art Club. IUI7.-XY, RICH,-XRIJ Coflfgc' l'1'r'pt1l'ulo1'y Varsity lfuutball, llasketlwall QMgr.l. Varsity Track. Hi-Y, Stutleut Council. Interelass Bas- kellmall. K,-XNIZ. IQIDXVARIJ fI!'lII'I'1Il Interelass Iiasketluall. Stutlent Cuuneil. K.,YI'ZIiNMliYIiR, ROISIiR'l' 1l11f11,vil'1'z1l KA UIfI"MAN. S'l'.fXNI.IiY Illlllliffitll Interelass Iiasketliall, Ifuotluall. KIRKVVOOIJ, IACKSON Ilzrfllslrllll IQISIQR, ID.-XVII! IAMIQS H11,i'f1Ir'55 KLUSIQ, IJORIS flflllilill Disculuultis. KUIIAIIIQ, NORM,-X fft'1ll'I'tIf Ilisculmlus. KRIQIGIIAUM. NANCY Hnsinrfs Girl Reserves, Iliseulmlus. Pennant VVeekly. IQRIQIGHISAUM, CHIiRYI.Ii lfnsiflrfsx Girl Reserves. Iiaml, Orchestra, llisculrultis. Pen- nant Annual. Student Cnuneil. LA IVIUNYON, M.'XRCI.XRl'i'I' CXUI Grtlrfmllf ingj Lli VAN, IOIIN Ifallrgr' l'1'z'fnmllfn'y Hi-Y, Interelass Iiasketlwall, Track. Iuninr Class Play, Senior Class Play, Stutlent Council. Pen- nant Weekly. LIiWAN, SHIRLIIY Hmuc Iieofmnzirf Girl Reserves, Iliseulmlus. Pennant Weekly. Pennant Annual, Ilaml Cllrum Maiorl. LINN, DORIS Cullrgz' I'1'1'fnm11o1'y Triple-I., Ilisculmltis. Girl Reserves. Stumlent Counuil, Pennant Weekly. Pennant Annual, LOliLIiY, ALAN Collegz' I'rz'pt1r'uIrn'y Iiantl, Orchestra, Pennant Annual. I-OVIi'I"I', VICTOR l111l1l,vI1'll1I Track. LUX, IRIZNE College Preptlnfrwy Girl Reserves, Iliscolmltis fSuc. Cli.j, Natiunal Honor Society, Pennant Weekly, Pennant An- nual, Iunior Class Play. Mc CLOUGH.-KN, WILLIAM fII'l1!'I'd! Hi-Y, Sanclhur I-butball, Cruss Cnuntry, Track, Interclass Iiasketlvall. Stuclent Council. Th irty-fever: Ml',IGIIIiN. l4l','ll'l4Y If11,vfl11',v,i' IILIIHI. Ux'uluwtm. Triple-I.. MI','l'ZI.lCR. IN 1N.XI.I J lllffllxlrilrl Ili-Y, Ililllll. IVIII JI ll,I'i'I'ON. IIXMUNX ffnlfrgz' l'1'1'fMr'4llrn'y lriplu-I., Art Llulw fSl'C.l. lmml. Nglliuiml Ilon- rir Sucivty. Slucln-nl QZOIIIICII. cJl'L'IIl'Sll'Ll. MlI.I.I".lI, M.XRIURlIf llumr' In'ffu1fm111,f Sluclcnt Gnuncil, Orclu-xtr.i. ISIN. GILJ, Ilkllltl, Girl licswws. I'L-nngxm Wu-kly. 'I'riplL--I,. MINl'QG.'XR, X'V,XNI'.'I'.'X llnnzr' I:'fu11rm11'r5 Girl Ilc's1'i'v4'5-.. MON'l'IiI'l'lI, l'IIII.I.IIl Cullrgz' l'r'z'plmflw'y Illuc Iziclicts, Ilamml. MUI II.NlGKIiI.. I ILTIIIQRT I11rfr1.f11'1'l1l Grusx Gulllllfy. MUNSGII. I'.-X'I'RIGI.'X Hunzz' I2-Klllllllllllff Ibisculmlus. Girl Il1'scl'vn-5. Ilcnnxint Wu-kly. I'cnn:inl Ariruml. MUNIIII, IKOS.-XNNA ffl'Ill'l'ill Iuninr .'Xc4l1l1-lily nl' Sciuncr. Girl Iicsr-lwcs. lriplm'-I., NRIIIHIIIII Ilunnr Sucicty. MUIiI'I IY, ROS!-1M.'XRlIi f:l'l1!'f'll, Girl licwL'rx'cs. Iiixrulmllls. MURPIIY. VIRGINIA ffffllf-gr l'n'fmmtm'y I'c'nnrmt Wvckly MMM, Iicl.. IicI.J, llisculmlus llI'l'c'als.J. Girl IlL'sL'r'u'x IViu"I'r'c's.J, Iuniur' Glass Play, IXIAIIIIYILII Ilnnur Surivty, 'llriplc-I.. N.XlJOl.NY, IOIIN G1'11t'l'ilf lIifY, Varsity Iirmllhlll. 'l'l11'rlyfc'1Igl1l Yr. 55555 N geniou Mc LAIN, l'IIYI.l,IS lfnllvgz' I'n'fmm!oi'y Ilisculmlus. Girl Rem-rws. Iuniirr Class Play. Nzllimml Ilunur Sucicty, Glmir. Pcnnnmt .Xu- uunl, Iuniur Acaialcliiy ul' Science. MAIN, Glili,-XI.I5 lllzllrstrllll Mlwcsias. imma fwfr!-gf l'I'l'fYill'iIlllI'vI' Glruir, 'llriplc-I,. M.XNGIfS. RIGILXRIJ Gf'll1'rlll Vixuul Iimluczltiun fViu'-l'rcs,J. Iiluc lgiclaclm D Q II ru. C li.J. L'slicrs Glulv ISN., 'l4ra'.is.. I rrxl. MANN, IfLfGI".NIIi G.-XIII. lml11.fn'111l Orclicstrn. IVIXRGI IICSSILXU. M.XRIl,YN frl'lII'l'ill Girl Iicm'rx'cs. Pennant .-Xnnugll. M.XR'I'IN, .'XI.'l'.X MAIC flfllllf' I:'m11r1H11'4'.r Girl Rcwrvcs. M.XR'I'IN, IOYGIQ RI1.i'fI1l'.f,f Girl IlL's1.'r'vcs. Gliuir. MXSII4, I..'XUR.X IXUI Grrlzfllilflillgl MXXSOTNI, IJOROIIIY Honzz' lfmllrrlvliry Stuclcnt Guuncil. Mlf.-XII, I,Iil,ANI7 Il1zl11.f1r1'l1l MIiI".KI'1R, VVII.I.I.'XIVI ffrlffcgz' 1'r'c'fml1lIUri' IHILTCILISN Ii.rsl4c'tImll, Lklrcrs Clulw. Ili-Y. llluc Iziclicts. N-al 0 44oj'45 NIBLOCK. MARY LOU Blljfllllff Girl Reserves fSoe. Cli.. 'l'reas.l, Iliscoliolus, Stipliomt:re-junior Class CSoc. Cli.j. Triple-L fPres.j. National Honor Society. Pennant Week- ly QAsst. Iidj. NICCUM, IOSHPH Collrgr' 1'1'r'p111'11Io1'y NOFFSINGIQR, MAXINIQ Hllsillrxs Girl Reserves, Triple-L, Iliscoliolus. Student Council fVice-Pres.D. NOl"FSlNGIiR, ROSFMARY Home 154711101211-l'f NOYPS, ROBICRT QfVo1 G1'111l1111l111gj NUSBAUM. ROBERT College P1'c'p11n11u1'y Ifootluall. Hi-Y, Student Council. OIIMICR. l..-XURA Ili.-XN ff!'lIl'I'tI1 Iliscoluolus. Triple-L. ORT, IAMPS INUI G1'111f1111I111gJ URI. RULLIN Gz'11z'r11l Baseball. Track, Interclass Basketball. OSBORNF, LOUISIC Home 11'l'U!IUI71Il'! OSBORNIC. YVILLIAM ffl'lIl'HIl Hi-Y. Blue Iackets. Pennant Annual fAsst. Ad. Mgnj, Choir. US'l4IiRl.OU. liLIZABl'i'l'H GflICI'tIl Girl Reserves, Iliscobolus, Band, Orchestra. PARKER, HIfLI'.N Cnllfgr I'1'rfn11't11o1'y Discobolus f'I'rcas.J, Girl Reserves. Triple-I., Pennant Weekly fAsst. lid.j, Pennant Annual. National Honor Society, Iunior Class Play. PARROTT, DORIS B11.vi11c'xx Diseoliolus. Student Council. PIiI7IiRSIiN, NQRMAN. ik. Cffllfgf- 1'1-f-p.1f-.1- fury Hi-Y. Blue Iackets fSoc. Cli., Pres.j, Interclass Basketball, Pennant Annual CSports Iid.J. Thres- hold. National Honor Society QPres.7. Baseball, Sandbur Football. PIiTRIIil.LA. EDITH G1'11r'l'11l Girl Reserves. PHILLIPS, WILMA Home IZQIYIIIKINIPILV PRICE, LILLIAN Bz1si11n'r QUIFR, IANI2 Home Eeozzrmiirx RECCHIO, FLORA Gf'11f'1411l Discobolus, Girl Reserves. RITTIZR, ESTHER 1311511105: Triple-L, Girl Reserves, Iliscolwolus. ROSEN. BERNARD College Prep1z1'111ory Student Council, Pennant Annual fIid.J, Blue Iackets QSec., Pro. Ch.j. Tennis, Interclass Bas- ketball, Thresliolcl, Iunior Class Play. Band, National Honor Society fTreas.j. ROSS, WILMA Bllflbflfff ROWE, BARBARA Collegr I,l'l'f7lII'tIfUl'j' Choir fSec., Treas., Pres.J, Triple-L C'l'reas.D. Student Council, National Honor Society, Girl Reserves, Senior Class QTreas.j. Thirty-nine Z' Sl'1l.l ,IiMliY IQR, SUZA N Nli Cullrgr I'rr'fnm1 fury Girl Rvscrvi-s lSu'.J, llisculmliis. Stuilciil Gunn cil. Pciiiinint VVL1-lily f.Ml. Mgr.J, Pcnnaint An nuail MMI. Mgixl. Scniur Clam Play. Naitiumi llmmr Sofia-ty, Triplc-l.. SICRAFINO, lOSlil'lI lmlnslrfrll lli-Y. Sl LXMORY, MARY lCl.l.l'QN B1r.vil1r'xx Uirliv.-sli':1. Girl Rc-sci'i'cs. Sl LXNK. GI-1R.'XI.lDINli Crfllvgc l'l'r'fmmmry llisuulmliis, Girl Rcwrws. l'i-i1i1ni1iVVi-ckly ilk-all liil.J, l'm-nnzinl Aniiinil ffhst. liml.7. 'Iiriplc-l, luniur Clam Plug. Slllixl, C0l,I.l',liN Ifullrgr' l'1'1'f1ilm1m'y Girl llcsci'v4's. llisuilmliix. 'lilirn-sliulil, 'Iriplu-l.. SI ll".l.l.l".Nlll",RfIlfll. iIL'R'I'lS ll11f1l.fl1'rilf Uslivrs Glllli. SHOCK, MARILYN Ifullrgz' l'r'r'pm'i1lrn'-i' ligiml. f,I'k'lll'Nll'll. Girl limi-i'ii-s. 'lriplv l,. Pun nun! Wcckly, lmuilmliis. Sl'l'lCS, l.Ul..'X Ilumz' lfiulmnfn Sl,0UGl l. lll'.l,ORl'iS llnlm' lfuzllnnllii SMl'l'll. MAX l".LfGlQNlC lllllllfffllll SMl'I'l ll'iRS, ll,-XRl4,XR.'X ffl'Ill'l'Alf Ilixmlmlm. Girl lhmciu-5. l,t'IlI1llIll rxlllllllll, Pciiiiqiiil NVL-ckli. Sl'l'i.XS. l4l'.'l"l'Y l.UU lf1r.fl'l1r'5.i' 'liripli-I.. Girl lh-wiwcx. llisurlvuliis, Gliiiir, llt'I1I1llHI flnnugil. Forty Seniofui RL'lfl:, IAGK f:!'FIl'I'ill llmiimtica Llulw O ici'-l'i'cs.J. Iuniur Llxiss Play. Scniur Clgm Play. RUSSl'il.l.. XVll.l.l.'XM Illlllljfflill Stmlrm Gmimil, liluc Iiickclm. S.'XMlJlil., MARY frl'lIl'l'iI! Clmir. S.bXRGliN'li, l.1.oYlm KNO! Grizzlmlrfllgj sczimmia, wi1.M.-x naw on c:m.1m111,1gy SCHICUHR, JAMES frl'l1I'I'Llf Truck, Cross Cuuntry, lntcruliiss Buskctlmll, Ili-Y. SCHHUEK, ROliliR'I' llllfllflffill lfucitlxlll. SCHIAISAUGII, DONALD lmlnstriizl SCHRAIDICR, lili'l"l'Y Hmm' IQQKUIIUHII-l'.f SCHULHR, MA RIAN Hll.fI'lIt'.i',f Girl Rcscrvcs. Iliswlmliis. Gliuir, Triple-I., Punnzint Annual. SGHVVAIS, W'll.l.l.-XM I111l'1r.v1r1i1l SGHVVARTZ. STANFORD Gfllvrul Hi-Y. Sumlbur Fimrlmll. lim-rclgim linskctlmll. Crum Cuunrry. Truck. Elm of '45 SRIVER. IOYCE Hume Emnonzics Diseobolus, Bantl, Pennant Annual. STAHL. DONALD Irzdrrsfriiil STAIR. ORA BELLE Home lirozzonzies Art Club, Pennant Annual. STEMM, RICHARD Izzdllrfriill STIEELER. DALE l111f11xl1'iu1 Ushers Club. STOCK, GORDON College I'repi11'utory Varsity Traek fCapt.J. Varsity Football, Kar sity Basketball. Hi-Y QSec.l, Stuclent Council. STOKELY. BONNIE fnot gratluatingj STOLL. EDWARD Genera! STORM, WARREN Illdllfffftll STOUT, RICHARD Gem-ml Hi-Y fPro, CILJ. STROM, FRANCES College Prcpcmziory Girl Reserves, Pennant Annual, Discobolus, National Honor Society. Choir. STROUD, BARBARA Blzxinexs Girl Reserves, Discoholus QViec-Pres.j, Triple-L, Pennant Annual. is x R X. ,nr-Q X Z 1 us! may ?, 5 . 4 'ix rzfqfvg STUTSMAN, RICHARD fsvflf Gmzdmltingl SUTTON, IULIA Home EFUIIUNITIAA' SWARTZ, EUGENE llllfllfffitll Ushers Club lViec-Pres.j. Blue Iackets. SWARTZIIAUGH, MARY ANNE Bllxilltis Orchestra. Band, Triple-L. Girl Reserves, Dis' eobolus, Pennant Annual. SYKES, BARBARA C0111-gf' I'repuI'tllol'y Discobolus, Triple-L, Girl Reserves, National Honor Society QViee-Pres.j. Pennant Weekly, Thresholtl. THULIS, CHARLES Illlllllflfilll Varsity Football fCo-eapt.J. TOM, BETTY Home IZIIOIIUIIITIKV TRECKELO, NORMA IEAN Bnriliexr Discobolus fSoc. Ch.. Vice-Presj. Girl Reserves, Triple-L, Iunior Class Play, National Honor Society fSec.D, Clioir, Pennant Weekly. TREESH, DONALD Im11r.fr1'iul ULERY, IOHN College I'rrpim11w'y Blue jackets, Hi-Y, Pennant Annual. VANCE, IOHN KNUI fflllfllltlffllgj VANDER REYDEN, IEAN G!'l1!'l'IlI Triple-L, Diseoltolus. . Forty-one WI'I'WIiR. WAI,'I'l'iR Collrgr I'1'cfmr11Iory Hi-Y, Fimtlmll fMgr.j. Truck, Intcrclgiss Iigiskctlmll. WOLF, l4Ii'I"I'Y lfllsillrsx WOOD, PHYLLIS Homc limfzomirx Iiiinrl, Art Cluli, Iliwilmliis. YIIAKIQY. RICHARD lzlrlmfrial Sillilllilll' Ifsmllmll, Intcrclqiss IILISIQCIIYLIII. YIQATIQR, DONALD l1'1i,fim'.fs YODIQR, WAYNE lf111'1l.fIriul YOUNG, VIOLA Collrgl' l'rr'fnlruI0ry Girl Rvscrycs, Discolmlus. GRADUA'l'liS NOT PICTURIQD IIORNIQ, CIIARLICS Gf'111'ml LIQWIS, FLOYD Indrzslriul MICYICRS, ROBICRT l1ul11.rl1'ml NIQLSON, RAYMOND fIf'l11'rul Forty-two Swarm, Glafu of'45 VANDOICI-IRIQN, MARIORIIQ ffnllf-gr I'r1'p- Iory Triple-I., Girl Rcscrycs, Iuniur Auulciny of Science, Orchcstru, Iliauulmllls. VVAMISAUUH, NANCY fil'IIl'I'All Uirl Rcsurvcs QPru. Ch.l. Iinml, Stuilcnt Coun- uil flwklfl., 'I'rc1is.J. Ilisculmlus fPrcs.b, Pennant Weekly, Pennant Annual I.-Mat. li4I.l. WARNER, IIOMIQR lf1rl1i,vi1'1'iil VVAIIQRMAN, DARRALI, UVUI Gl'ir1f1n1l1'l1gP Wli.-XVIQR, I5Ii'l"l'Y f:l'lI!'l'ill Oruhwtrn. lunior Acgulcuiy ul' Scicncn. WEAVER. DONALD lllzllfxlrml VVICAVER, IOIIN Collrgc I'rr'pu111!oi'y Varsity Fnullmll film-cznptj, Varsity Ilnskutlmll. VVHLDY, ROIKIQRT Illllllfffllcll Varsity Iiuskctlmll 1C41pt.l, Vanity lim-Iuill. Iiluc Iaickcts. Choir ISIN. CILJ. Sluilcm Coun- cil. WI'iSSIil.I'IOIf'l', VICTOR llizfllxlriill Iinml. WHITIQ. COLLIiIiN frl'l1f'l'tII WILLIAMS, WILMA B1i.fi11z's,f Girl Rcscrvua. Disculmlus, 'l'riplv'l., Pcnimnt VVcL'kIy. VVINDOFFIQR. DON QNut QYLNILIQIIIIIJLID '7he main dau pfwwuii, "film Pam Www By" The .lIi1r1lz'11s mlifw' rm IM' l'!'Llf7f7l'1II'LIlIl't' of iz zlrpilrtzvl XIIISIHIIIIJ. An enthusiastic audience was transported from the Elk- hart Iligh School auditorium into a day in an English country home, when memhers of the senior class, under the direction of Miss Ruth Agnew, presented on the evening of Novemher 17 "Mr. Pim Passes By" hy A. A. Milne. VVistful, gentle, little, Mr. Pim unwittingly complicated the lives of the residents hy his inahility to rememher CAST UF CHARACTERS 7 77 lack Rui? Carraway Pim George Marden 7Dick Church Olivia Marden 77 7 77 Ruth Ann Sears Lady Marden 7 7 Suzanne -Sellemeyer Brian Strange 77 lack Le Van Dinah 7 Lorene Eash Anne, the maid 7 Bonnie Stokely Student directors 77 Dorothy Doll, liarhara Sykes, Millicent Reher, Barhara Stroud. "Tl1i111lq you for flu' Im, .-lnlirf' "Tw is s4'r1'nf, ,XIi1zfi1n1." names. The confusion over Olivia's first hushand's name complicates the plot. Climaxing the dilemma of the Marden family is the discovery that he is actually dead and not alive as Mr. Pim has mistakenly informed them. Buhhling Dinah, George's niece, overwhelmed and won Brian, to add a touch of romance to the last act. Committees were: properties. Nancy Wamhaugh, Ch., Dorothy Cross, lean Gill, lrene Lux, Shirley liittinger, Con- nie Gaska, Marilyn Shock, Beverly Nye, Helen Parker, Ioyce Stiner, Frances Strom, Mary lillen Shamoryg puhlicity, Roseanna Munch, Ch., Kenneth Vescelus, Rohert Reafsnyf der, Roseann Ball, Ann Cronk, Mildred Haag: costumes, Marilyn Marchesseau, Barbara Francisco: make-up, lietty Lou Speas, Sonia Iohnson, Cheryle Kreighhaum. Nancy lireighhaumg scenery, lean Bowers, Gloria Carlson, Charles Babcock, Williizl Denman, Delores Clausen, lim Kaiser, Io Ann Artleyg stage managers, Laura lean Uhmer, Marilyn Finch: lighting, Ralph Nelli. Forlyfzhrez llrulnr .N'fm11.m1'.v: .llr.f. Ifnv, .Vu ll'oml1'111finn!IM'ttftr.rxt11Iirr1'.f. Haines: treasurer, Margaret Doll, social chairmen, Pat Cul- len and liob llolderman. XVe took charge of the conces- sions at a football game, and also during the basketball sectionals. VVe tried a new project for adding to our treasury by producing the ulunior Follies" on March Sth. VVe practiced many nights and dug out hidden talents in the members of the class. Sure, we worked hard, but we like to put over big activities. Ol' course, the major production of any junior class is the junior class play, VVe rehearsed weeks in order to tnake "lunior Missii a success, and really got a thrill on April 13th, when the curtain rose on our play. On the same day our lunior Pennant appeared, with Pat Cullen as editor. A large sum of the money which we have made during our semester in l'illS was spent on the junior-senior prom, I'l!ll'f,V-ffllfl' ' 'ld- i Since we organized later than the junior and senior classes, as sophomores we worked espe- cially hard in order to make our bank account a big one. We chose Mrs. Fox and Mr. Woodruff as sponsors, and we elected the following otlieers: president, Bob Brown, vice president, Gordon Anderson: secretary, Pat Cullen, treasurer, Mar- garet Doll: and social chairmen, Harriet Holde- man and Bob Holderman. When we sold cokes and ice cream at the l.aI'orte-lilkhart basketball game on December 30th, we began to realize that even though such work was pretty tiring, class activities can really be fun. We got busy on committees so that our first class party would go over big, and even planned a skit for sophs only in order to advertise the "Flannel Fling". Bob liliss's band furnished music for dancing, and Mildred Goard, Roberta Simmons, Pat Cullen, lim Troyer, and Bob Holderman took over the entertainment at in- tertnission. Activities such as publications, sports, and clubs kept us after school fsometimes we stayed for other reasons, tooj . . . VVe had our first struggles witlt homework . . . Our second party, a picnic brought us together as real friends . . . We made a strong foundation for our junior year. At the fall election, we kept the satne spon- sors, and chose the following people to lead our junior activities: President, liob Brown: vice president, Kenneth lngram: secretary, liyron which was held in the Athenian Ballroom of the Hotel lflkhart on May loth. Decorations planned by Helen Schult carried out the theme, "Celestial Ball", and that Art Sipress band kept us dancing till the very end. The plans for the prom were tnade by the committees of the following chair- men: refreshments, Mildred Goardg entertainment, Roberta Simmons: publicity, liris Black, tickets, Margaret Doll: chaperones, Gloria liilancio, programs and invitations, Lil- lian lackson, and flowers, Bob Brown. Margaret Doll, Pat Cullen, Margery VVaterman, Gordon Anderson, Harriet lloldeman, Bob Brown, Bill Patterson, Paul Verhagen and Betty Gorney chose our class rings, which have a round set this year, rather than the rectangu- lar shape usually selected. But don't think that we're the all-work-and-no-play type of kids. We're going to have a picnic to celebrate the close of school, when we can look back on a year well spent. Claw of '46 Ron' 1: .-Mlguno, 'l'., Akin, D., Alclcnclorf M., Alwinc, C., Alt, M., Anderson, B. Kun' lf .Xiicln-maxi. C., .-Xiiclvmm. R., Andre- sun. IF. Ai'lmggist, B., Augustine, L., Bader, E Row Q: Bailey, .-X., Barker, K., llCVlI'lj.1'lOIl, M. llilvtcr. S.. liilwlm. R., lliclcllc, H. Ron' 4: Bigclmv, I., Biglcr, L., Biluncio, G. liilnnciu. I., Killington, R., Bittingcr, N. Row 5: llluck, li., Black, R., Bliss, R., Bly, I. lllmmi, li., liolis, B. Row 6: liuumcrsliinc, li., Bortncr, D., Bow mlm, lf., Hrmllcy, P., Brant, M., Rrickmnn, H Ron' 7: lirignnt, F., lirnwn, D., Brown, liruwn, R., llrotlicrs, ID., Bryant, M. Ran' X: liuctrr, E., Hugh, IB., Burns, C., Bu 3L'lll7UI',!. ll.. l2PLl5Clll7llI'g, ll., lllllfll. M. Ran' Q: lhittwticlil, I,, fllllllllllll, I.. Culvert, I. Lmiiplu-ll. NN., l,ii11mlln, I., Lnrniigiiigli, I. Row lo: Cliilmtc, D., Clark, L., Click, lf. think. R., Cuslic, I., Kirby, M. Forty-five am nn Forly-six tv Qs unload Row 1: Cripv, I.. Cullen, P., Darling, C., Dn- tcnal. A.. Duns, L., Ikwns. II. Ron' 2: Ihr Luca, V., Iiulncr, C.. IICIIIUITSI, II.. licnlingcr. li.. IM-tlwuilrr. II.. IM-xitn. I., Row g: IIQ Young. II.. Dirk. li.. I7ick4'rlmlI, II.. lbickcy. I... Dull. M.. l7ul1cLlslL'l'. II. Row 4: Duty, If., Imwlmcy. IE., Iimkcr, II, x I5llIII2lYl'I'. li.. llulalcmzm. II.. lzclialuin. N. Rum 5: lfllillulll, Il., Iilkins, II.. I:.l1g1L'lll1II'tll. I., Iuppcrs. I.. ltrnst, M.. Iastcs, I.. Rom 6: Iivuns, I.. Ifnccy, R.. I:AlQL'I'. P., Ifnrrcll. I.. Ifzlrringlun, R.. Ifcmlcll, IU. , .- , I . . mu' 7: l'lsl1cl'. l'.. l'lAllllllIIj1. li.. l'lulu', In, furcl. II.. Frye, C., Fullur. II. Rau' 3: G11l'cll1c1', NV.. Gnrl. M., Gnlmgcr, I.. Gammon, Ii., Gillwrt, If.. Glick, L. Row 9: Gunrnl, M.. Goetz. II., Gulalcn. II., Gnrnuy, II.. Gl'41x'u1ul1.'I', R.. GrilIIn, VV. Nou' lo: Grow, A., Gmvu. I., Ilnlncs, II.. Haines, M.. Ilnincs, M., Ilngcriy, M. Glad of '46 Rum 1: Ilznupcl, P., Hupncr, I., Hart, D., linrllnll. A.. II.ll'lIH1lI1. M.. Huxtlm, Ii. Ron' 2: Ilcinlmuia, B., Ilcvclin, R., Herron, D., llsrring, G., Iliggxlsun, D., I"I03lf.flill1RI, Run' 9: H.,Hm.m, L., Holclcrmnn, B., Holmes, ll.. Hullcy, D.. Hoon, K., Hoover, M. Rauf 4: Hum. M., Hugg, D., Ilustcr, P., In- gram, K,, Ivins, P., Iucobs, N. Run' 5: Inckson, L., Inckson, T., Icnkins, S., Icunings, L., Inmcs, M., Icllison, I. Rau' 0: Iolmnsun. D.. Iuhnson, I., Iohnson, I., Iuncs, N., Kenley, Ps., Kcimlzlsll, F. Row 7: Kicfcr, I., Kcmlnll, B., Kcntncr, K. Korn, T.. Keyser. R., Kiefer, D. Run' X: Kinrlig. L., King, li., King, I., Riser, P.. Klvin. H.. Klusc, 15. Run' 9: Kulwr. I.. Kibllllik. M.. Krcps. NV., Iiuchn. lf.. lmnbu, T., Lung, I. Run' 10: Implmln, N., L11 Rocquc, D., Lavery, R., Lune, NV., Lwmlrd, S., Lehman, C. I Forty-sczxcfn 4- Fortyhcight rw we Row 1: Lcrncr, D., Light, V., Locke Long, D., Long, I., Loop, C. har I Ifow 2: I.m'v.-tt, .X., I.uccl1csc, I., Lus - Lushcr. S.. IVIL'Cl'l'LlI'j'. II.. Mclicun, I. Row Vg: Mnggcrl, D., Mglgnusun. P.. Mlnn G., Mnntlmc, P.. Mnstcn. M., Murlwcilcr. I. Run' 4: Marks. I.. Marlin. li.. M.Il'IIl1. MZIII, C.. Mvzlduws, M.. Merrick, If. Nou' ii Mcwrick. If.. Mctzlcr. Miflmc Michuls, I... Miller. Ii., Miller. IH. Rauf UZ MiIIcr, If., Millcr, S., MIIIS, I., Mm crnu. H., Mullnscnn, IU.. Iviuurc, H. Row 7: Mussvy. I., Myrrs, I.. IWI'L'I'S. M., IMII Ii.. Nclsnn, I.. N1-Iwn. M. Run' 3: Ncu, II.. Ncwmxm, II., NuIIsIngcr Nusl Rnuf Park R0 uf mum, T.. U'l3cII, R., fJ'I'1Cl'I'L'l1. IJ. 9: Oklilz, I., f7YL'I'I1llISL'I', M., Uwclls . I7., Palrk, G.. I7.lI'IiL'I', K. 10: IjAlIIL'l'5UlI, II., Pczlsc. C.. Pegg I Pero, G., IR-mir, A.. Pony, G. Clad of '46 Row 1: Pletcher, E., Pontius, M., Primavera, li., Ray, R., Rzuler, B., Reber, V. Row 2: Replogle, D., Rescr, B., Richardson, R., Richter, I., Riggle, M., Rink, S. Row jf Rish, D., Ritter, D., Ritter, P., Rob- ertsun, I., Robertson, VV.. Rockwell, M. Row 41 Roclewnlal, P., Rogers, M., Rogers, V., Rohn, V., Russ, C., Roosc, P. Row 5: Gouker, P., Rowe, N., Roy, P., Sacro, li.. Sailor. D., Santls, B. Row 0: Sawyer, I., Schult, H., Schultz, R., Schruck, L., Schroeder, B., Schwartz, C. Run' 7: Schenk. M.. Schultz, M., Schnelle, C., Sensenbnugli, N., Scvison, R., Sibert, I. Row 8: Sickels, B., Simmons, R., Sinton, C., Shafer, B., Sholin, B., Smith, B. Rauf 9: Smith, B., Smith, C., Smith, D., Smolc, 'l'., Spnugh, R., Stzickhnuse, I. Row lu: Stuhly, I., Stanley, M., Stephenson, l'., Stephic. VV.. Sleeper, G.. Stewart, B. F Orly-nine an 1 4 ,gf Fifty of ,-Q lf' "7" Q 'iff' mana, 0344 of '46 Row 1: Stickncy, D., Stivcr, W., Stone, R., Strom, G., Stump, E., Super, I. Rrfuf 2: Swarts, I., Swihart, C., Snyder, I., Szobocly, T., Thompson, I., Ticld, L. Row 5: Tinipc, K., Troup, W., Troycr, I., Ulcry, M., Ummcl, P., Ummcl, P. Ron' 4: Unger, W., Van Wormcr, li., Vrc- clingburgli, G., Wagoner, C., Walker, C.. Wall, P. Ron' 5: Walters, li., VValu-ra. lf., VValtcrs. P., Waltz, D., Ward, R., Waterman, M. Row 6: Waterman, M., Waterman, M., Wat- rous, R., VVc:ix'cr, C.. VVcmllannl, I.. VVhitc, li. Rauf 7: Whitc, G., Whitliclcl, G., VViclis, VV., Wicgncr, I., VVilkinson, L., XVilliams, E. Ron' S: Williams, R., Williams, R., VVilscy, R., Winclmillcr, H., Witmcr, H., Wine, C. Row 9: W'itwcr, C., Wzitcriiian, R.. Wozniak, A., Verhagen, P., Yeakey, S., Ycrgin, V. Row lo: Yoclcr, I., Young, M., Young, V., Troyur, G., Vitck, F., Shelley, I. 7fne ,MM cw , Hyman Mm" The firizrrx family. Slupping on Iflt' painl. The junior class play, "Iunior Miss," a three-act comedy was presented in the high school auditorium, April 13 at 8:00 p. m. The play was directed by Miss Ruth Agnew, and, the scenery was supervised by Mrs. Alice Fox, class sponsor. The merriment in the plot is caused by Iudy, a girl of thirteen and her sophisticated sister, Lois. Conversations that Iudy and her friend, Fufly, had concerning their long lost Uncle Willis, helped to keep things rolling. Then for a clever, but confusing, climax, Harry Graves lost his job and ludy, at last, had to step in to clear up the mess which she had created. CAST OF CHARACTERS Harry Graves .. , , . ,,,,e,, ,,,,e,,e,,,, ,ee,,,e,,, ,e,,, 7 , C raig Davis Grace Graves Margery Waterman Lois Graves .. Ioan Cadman ludy Graves . Carolyn Lehman FufTy Adams mWilma Griffin I. P. Curtis Kenny Ingram "Glad Io knew yon, l. P." lndylf in trrmlrlc again, Ellen Curtis ,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, . ,, ,,,e Gloria Bilancio Willis Reynolds , 7, , ,,,,e,,,,,,,,,ee,, ,,et,,, . ,,e,, Bob Bugh Minor parts were taken by: Elmer Denlinger, Betty Bu- senburg, Charles Walker, Charles Pease, Bob Billington, Paul Andresen, Bruce Arbogast, Dick Herron, Charles Bryant, and Fred Miller. Student Directors ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, M argaret Doll, Pat Cullen, Harriet Holdeman, and Lillian Iackson. Committees were: properties, Phyllis Gouker, Ch., lane Nelson, Barbara Ford, Russell Williamson, Paul Rodewald, Sally Lusher, Tony Lambo, and Velma Yergin, scenery, Iim Swarts, Ch., Bill Sickcls, Fern Pegg, Helen Schult, Ianet Stahley, Fred Beals, lighting, Fred Beals, Dick Gravenderg costumes, Billie Klose, Millie Goardg make-up, Lillian Estes, Peggy Fager, publicity, Charles Schwartz, Ch., joe Thomp- son, Iean Richter, tickets, Myron Haines, lim Troyer, Mary Lou Pontius, Beverly Rader, Norma Eckstein, and Bill White. Stage managers were Colleen Smith and lean Stack- house. Fliflyaom I Soplnomoaed og ru ll good xnlrl, lfzc xofvfz oUirc'1': and .fpum'or:, Mrs. Sickrlx and Mr. Hari. You might call us slow, hut elections and class organiza- tions on large scale are new to us. and we wanted to really know what we were doing heliore we made any definite conclusions. Our sponsors, Mr. Hart, and Mrs. Sickels, have helped us to get on the heam. These are the otlicers whom we chose to lead us in our sophomore year: president, Tom Armstrong: vice-president, lean Kreighhaumg secretary, Pat Korn: treasurer, lioh Dillon: and social chairmen, Richard lierliek, and Ianeth McLaughlin. We called our party, which was held on May l-l, in the l"1'f1ykfw0 gym, the "May M1lI1CLlX'CfSi', following late spring traditions of maypoles, Howers, and games. The sophs furnished their own entertainment hy acting in impromptu skits in small groups. The refreshments were also in the proper spirit, flower decorated cakes and individual ice cream cups. Diana Voras planned decorations: Delores Lieherenz. refresh- ments: Ianeth McLaughlin. entertainment, and Pete Flem- ing, puhlieity. We've been a little too husy with geometry and biology to work on many class activities, hut next year we'll he in the swing of things! ez... of '47 Row 1: Adamo, C., Amlzimo, M., Ailnms, T., Allan, I., Alwine, I., Ambrose, P., Anmlcrson, S., Anger, H. Ar- ko, VV. Row 2: Armstrong, L., Arm- strong, T., Arnold, R., An- loiielli, S., Biickert, E., B11- sler, li., Bzilir, B., Bailey, G., Bzuls. B. Row ff Barker, R., Baker, I., Brill, I., Bairnes, B., Biirncs, M., Burton, M., Baum, B., Beiiril, R., Beziver, li. Row 4: Beck, M., Becker, ll., Bender, R., Berger, M., Berkey, S., Berk, I., Berliek, IJ., Berngril, R., Berry, M. Row 5: Best, F., Best, S., Betts, R., Bevington, P., Biggs, M., Biggs, S., Bilan- cio, A., Bloom, C., Boggs B. 1 Row 6: Boml. W., Borne- mun, M., Borror, ll., Bow- en, A., Bowers, C., Bowllvy, l.., Bowmzin, B., Bowman, S., Boyer, R. Nou' 7: Boylgiml, li., Braicl- ley, VV., Brozimllvenl, I., Brooks, B., llI'Lll7LlliCI', M., Brulxiker, G., Bryner, N., Bueter, V., Burk, R. liouf 8: Biirklieziil, B., Bur- son, B., Burt, I., Busliong, I., Cgimpauiello, C., Czinen, l.. Cgippelelti, D., Curt, lf., f,.lI'lL'I', XV. Now QI klLll'llSlllU, P., CZIV- LlIl1lllg1l1,R., Clixivis, L., Chee- cliio, N., Cliifelle, S., Clio- irer, li.. Cliristopliel, I., fllllfli, li., Clark, R. Nonf lo: Clausen, ll., Claw- son, I., Cline, A., Collier, N., Coney, R., Conley, F., crunk, c., limi.-y, M., Rich- imlson, N. Qi. 4- an ,if- 'TS' we 'E""' QS? A- M 9 -of W' grad' .ik '47 66. Fifty-tlzrce .0- ,ff ov A l"1'f1y-fazw C -s'N .rf G. E 7- Q .f- ,X lla. QW Sofzfzo 4 Row 1: Copscy, R., Cnrpc I.. Corsun, B., Carson, C. Curtns. S., Couts, F., Cru mfr, Ii.. Cripc, Ii.. Crofout D. Row 2: Cummings. D. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIIII, R., IILIIIIIWFU sin, I., Dzlrcll. A.. Ijilb-CQIILIIII S.. Dnulm. S.. D.n'c11purt. II. Davis. M.. Dc CULIIIII. ll. Ron' J: Dcfkmxl, D.. Ik-gk! :ll'cI. I.. I7c'ckL'r. I.. IICI-I1'l'N I... I5c'f1'L'cS. M.. DcGuIicr G.. Dcttwcilcr, Ii.. Dicker- Imff. D.. Dickcx'Imt'f. I. Run' 4: Diller. W.. Dillon li.. Dinvlmrt. Ii., Dinchnrl I.. IDUIICLISICF, G., Tuul, If. Iytllllfll D., Dunlap. IJ.. Du- wulillw. I. Nun' 5: Duwclius. I.. Dy- gcrt. D.. I'.Qll'lCIi. I.. Lrlpc , - . . IN... I'.4lsI1. lu, Iamlmumls. M.. Iigglrstun. 'l'.. lik. N.. lim- lury, D. Ron' 0: Iinuchs. .-X.. Iialwcrg. I.. Iistcs. I.. Iivgxm. G., liv- vrcltc. I... Iiyklwlt. .X., lin'- rcll. 'I'.. Ifxlrrilmgtnlm. A.. IFC- Ik-ll. II. , .4 A .. lmn' 7: I'1IIm. I... I'lI1Ii. II. Ifinm-y. I.. Iflvming. D. lflcming. I'., I:IL'Cl1L'l', M. IfrccIcl'ick. II.. Ifrvclwy, VV. lfriuk. I.. Run' S: Ifrink. S.. lflwlullcy' If.. I-'ryan .'X.. I5uIIvr. D.. Full ur. I.. I"lIIIK'I'. N.. I"1:l'1.1m. I, fv.lII5l'1'illI1. G.. IILIIITITLIIII. I. Kun' 9: Galrl. II.. Gnrmlllc I.. lhnskill, C.. Urvrlx. M. IICIHXIIIII. N.. Iin'l11.'l'c:111x. IT. Gcl1txI1m'l1. II.. fI1'l'IK'I'. I. Uilwlll. Ilan' lllf Gilnlmw. R.. UI.lsc R.. IIIIAIQX. C.. Gund. M. tluml. INI.. UUUIIWIII. II. Uunlmm. S.. XVurkil1gL'r. S. Cimluill. v e of'-447 Row 1: Graff. li., Grunt, I. Urimus, IJ.. Ciriamncr, I. Grnnlx'cI4I, M.. Grow. M. Gumpcr, R., IIQIII, If., HUII I. Rau' 2: Ilurris, N.. Hurt, IS. II.1tcI1, I., IIllj'lIt'Il, P., Ilcif- ncr. II.. Ilvin. M., llclvic I., IIc11cI1'IcI4sm1, II., IIcr1'Ii II. Run' ff Ilickuy. IJ., IIiII- man. If.. IIIIUL'I31lllgII, P. Ilitrs. P.. IIMI. A.. Ilugcn 4InIvIcr, IT.. IIUIIIQ-rnmn. S. II-:Inu-s. R., IInItx, R. Run' 4: Ilnlnnn, P., Ilum Imrgcr. I., Ilnm cr. P., Ilnrn M.. IIusI:'IIc'r, II., HuslclI1'l'. I., Iluughtun. G.. Huff, P. I.1Y.lgniIIin, M. Run' 5: Ingc. N., JLIEIQSOII V.. Iulmsnn, Ii., Johnson I... Iulmsun, M.. JUIIDMIII R.. Iulxnmn, 'I',, Iohnsnn VN., Iully, li. Kon' 6: Innes. Ii.. Innizlk M.. Iuslsnn. R.. Kalb, M., 5 Kzlsrr, R.. KLILIHIIIZIII, IS., Kg-cnc. K.. Kcmnitz, I. KImIaIc1'. M. Kun' 7.' Kicfcr. P.. Kcilll M.. KiIIin5.:cr, IX, Kilnlcr G., Kimcs. R.. Kane, R. Kirby, T., Kiscr, P., Kistlcr R. Rauf 8: KIA n owski, R. Klcin, N., KIing, VV., KIing cr. R., Knnclmhcr, I... Koch- Icr, S., Koenig, I... Kulinik I... Konrad. If. Run' Q: Korn. P., Kruwicc M.. KFCIQIIIHLILIIII, Ii., Krcigh lmum. I., Kurtz. C.. Lnnf Ills. II.. Lung. R.. Lung, 'I. Inmtz, R. Run' mf IJIIIKLXIIIIILIII. R. Imcgc. I.. I.cI1mzln. A., Lem- nn, VV., Lcmngx, W.. Lemon S.. Lcrncr. C.. Lerner, N, I,L'Il1CY'. K. QM' 9 ' ff? Y X " JI 'Ex A Fifty-fm' Sopfmofnoaa Nou' 1: Lewis, II.. Lewis ID.. I.ifI1tcl1lwx'gcr. IJ., Lich- U.'l1I7l'I'jlL'l'. I.., l.:lnscI1c. T. ljglltfout. I., Link. R., Linn I.. LHQIQWNUQI, C. Ron' 2: Lung. IJ., I.m1g41crc V.. I.urcnl, IQ., Inset, VV. Lccr. K... Lull. K... Luslmcr I.. Lutz, R., Lux. II. Ron' QI Lynch, M.. Mctflin lit. IU., McCuIIuugI1. D.. Mf- Culluugh, I.. Mcliunnhl, M. MuRim. Ii. MCI.1lLlgIlIIl1, I. McMurray, Ii., M,1ff.u-l.m.- II. Row 4: Mackey. I.. Mllkklllll- In-r. If., Mxullcm. A., Marks K., Mgwklry. A.. Martin, S. Martin. V.. Mqmimilu. I.. Mathis, R. Ron' 5: Ivinyvr. I... Mczul, II. MccIiL'1'. Mcrchxlnl. XV. Mcssncr, I., Mctzlcr. N. Michcls. R., MIxI1IIL'lnl1, R. Millcr. li. Ron' 65 Millcr. I7., Millar IU., Millrr. I7.. Milloy. R. Miller. R., Minkcr, I.. Mi- scm'1', R.. Mmlcrnu, II. Mmmtglgalmw. I. Ron' 72 .IIUIIIUIIIL XV. IYI4l0l'L', N., Mt!Tt'I1tlllSL', II. Murningxtglr, P.. Mnsicr. I. Mmsvy. XV.. Muwc'l'y, Ii. Iiuvcr. A., Mover, If. Kun' X: Mnlmxmcy, ID.. Mun- zcnmcicr, L., Munz, B. Murphy. IT.. Murray. C. Murray. ll., Myvrs, II., NJ clulny. P.. NMI. I. Roll' 9: Ncllist. Ii.. NcIs0l1 C., Nvlsun. C.. NL-Isun. ID. Nulson, H.. Nelson, I. Nclsun. II.. Ncltrn, R.. Nvw L-ll. L. Ron' lo: Nicuhli, N., Nico mln-mus. I.. Niulmlmn. M. Niclmlsun, N., Nuffsingcr I.. NUII.SIl1j.fL'I', Gu MurIurfI M.. North. R.. Nyc, I. c?Za44 of '47 Kan' 1: Noyes, li., Null, D., Null, G., Nyc, I., O'DCll, C., Oklitz, K., Ort, P., Ort, R., Osluurnc, D. Run' 2: Ott, I., Owens, T., Owens, V., Pgirkcr, I., Pur- scll, R., Patrick, I., Patrick, I., Panlin. ln., Pnwhng, I. Ron' ff IICQISC, I., Peck, S., Pczlcrscn, li., Pulcrscn, D., Pugg. l... l'c'ttifcr. ll., Pc- tricll.i. lf., Phillips. lf.. Pip- lnngvr. l'. Run' 4: Platt, ll., Plalz, R., Pmncnw, li., Pustmn, W., Pricc, I., Paulus, IJ., Rczls, R.. Rt-ul. D., Rccsc, U. Ron' if Rrincr, C., Reyn- nhls. li.. Rhcinhcimcr, S., Rlmtlt-s, A., Ricluirclmn, Ii., Ritlglcy. I., Rinehart, F., Risll. M.. Rittcr. U. Ron' ff: Ritlrr. R., Rohhins, C., Rockwell, C., Romlinn, C.. Roclinn, S., Rmlwiuk, M., Roc. li.. Rnll. N., Rolnhcrg- cr, 'l'. Row 7: Rose, I., Rosen, Ii.. Rmcntrctcr, F., Ruth, N., Rnwc, C., Rowe, T., Rumlc, li., Runnncl. ll.. Russvll. li. Run' H: Rusfull. R.. Snnils, I., Sgnifunl, ll., Schcrcr, W., Schiltz, H., Schiltz, I., Schiniilr, I., Schculkc, V., Schult, li. Rau' U: Schultz, R., Schultz, D.. Sccrist, M.. Sergers, I., St-llcrs, ID., Shanti, U., Shaw. M., Slit-in-cr, li.. Shu- pvrt. G. Row lo: Shnstcr, D., S1- nmns, R., Simpson, H., Sin- ning, M.. Slifc, 11. Shut, I.. Slnugh, I... Smcltzcr, D., Smith, M Fifty-sewn Saplnomoaefi 61644 of '47 ov Q-.. Na T' av E 'T' l"ifly-right lwn' 1: Smith, N.. Snyder R.. Spa-cm-1'. I... Su-mm. I. Slcyvlmmmum. S.. Stcvuns. I5. SIuwg1l'I. I... Sticklwy, II. Stlwr. I'. Kun' zf Sr-Iqkwcll. II. SlmmI. C.. SIl'0llM'. C., Sut- ton. II., Suxlrll. N.. NYq1Ilun G.. Su'iImrI. I7.. SwiI1.lrl I.. SXYIILIIAI. M. Kun' gi Tlmgxrp. II.. IIIIIUFII Ivurgh. IJ.. Ilmrp. .'X..'I4u1np- kms. N.. 'I'mugr1'. II.. 'llmlllx X.. Iran. NY.. I1'mL'1'. II.. Irucx. R. Kun' 4. 'I' I1 1' ll m p . N. 'I'wccaIy, I., Ungcr. M.. Up- Iiugvr. II.. XIQIICIICUIIIAI. R.. X nmc. II.. X mmm. XX .. X L-- NNY. II.. Ywcclm. M. Run' if Ya-ttcr. IK.. Yoga. V.. Volknnm, I.. X'nIkm.m. II.. Vur1lS. II.. VV1lIkc'r, A.. Walk-rs. N., Wnltun. S.. Wgllnlmllglm. IX. Rott' 01 VVLIHI. XV.. XVQIFV. M., VV:1rgnn, II.. VVgu'gun. M.. VVnImus. I.. Wann-x'. II.. VVcm'c1', II., XVc4n'c1', I.. xVi'.lYL'I'. NV. Ron' 7: VW-ImIy. I.. VVcIcI1. If.. VVcslImrunk. I.. XVIIAIFIUII. R.. VVI1isIcr. I... WiIIi.1ms. I.. YViIszm. I'.. XViItrnut. If... VVimIsur. I. I v - v Ima' X: XXI11tt41kc1'. ... VVISU. R., XVIlIsIL'l'. R.. VIIUII. R.. XVIMNI, I., XVUIAIIIIILLT, R.. VVrigI1t. I.. Y1ll'IHl'UllgIl, l'.. YczlZcI, N. Run' 11: Ycrlu-rgcr, I... Yuung. A.. YuungIuInmI. M.. funk. R.. IIc'gI1lL'I. I., Ilcml- Icy. C., Kissillgcr. .X., Kuncc, IJ.. Malhnr, P. Ucfaf momenii orfcf munfeai. . . 0 in 1 i lil ll iw, K. L4 , 4 1 ,Q Ji A K Af-uv' '- ,u,,f ,,, ,..-.35 , J... 'isp ? 5 fL".2'Z'3-v -ff-1.?.,'f 171, ,l'lmx1' .mfvfzx .vn11l1',f . . . C111'1'y1'11g 1'f1111'gz'1' . . . Who 11211 1f011'11 zffrriy . . . HT like 'rr11, Iouf . . . Gulf, gnnzr, 01111111 gl11111o11r . . . Tu 11 fvrutlzzv' j11'1'l111v . . . lJ1'xt1'111111'n11-- lf. H. .Y .... CfIf'I?I 1'a11f11l1 ..., W 11111-0 solrm' flu' fmzzlr . . . Tflr lull 111111 xfmrt of II ..., I grzwf gm: Fifty-111111' 2Ue'ae . . . Well, here we are, 1200 of us. We're slangy, we're frank, we're messy, we're nutty. Q j But we think we're not so bad. Let us tell you a few things about ourselves. ' Q A I You think of us as being Hippant and casual about important things, you -1., 1. Igipf. think we aren't capable of handling responsibilities, BUT We help govern ourselves. Our Student Council helps make and enforce rules, in making and carrying out school policies, in managing school affairs, through faculty-student committees. ,X 'A ' lt Q5 We plan and preside at our own assembly programs, write our 1 n al-AC, YJ F A . V..f- W 07, snv if, H' 4,2 7-., . f ' -if is , ' W . . . , -,l '-"jjj 3,2 own radio shows Cwith adult aid, of coursel, and put on our own 1. f -li .7 V' P x X l L15 lt f ! 1. fx stamp and bond drives. c r Then too, we run our own publications: we sell ads, write copy, edit, proof t K9 . . 'tiff' ft" , I 'Elia . read. We own all our furnishings and equipment in the publications office, my If X f . I I V1-S 1 A if V f di'-QGSQLJJ there we handle a business of more than six thousand dollars annually, and are never in the red. Not bad, eh? For two years, we have been conducting our own youth canteen, now we are all getting together to make a success of the Elkhart Youth Council, which plans for all-school, all-year fun for all. Sixty You lament the days of the Hfundamentalsf' the three r's, BUT what about our curricula, suited to the special needs of each student? There's Iohn Wiley: he took special shop courses, including blue-print 'rib' rr. D vi 1 -' aa reading. He's ready for a job at Foster's. V ,size And theres Ioan Allen who took courses in typing, bookkeeping, and ff! N, selling. She will work at Ziesel's until her Marine comes home from the Pacific. When they are married, she will be a better housewife because she took the senior course in homemaking. Iazz and boogie-Woogie? Sure, We like it, but We like good music, too. ia . . . d h d h gnxibmlqpgn The choir has just been to Chicago to atten t e opera, an t e XL J Xl XY!! W W S n sf 'kLi.L!'fi band and orchestra members attended a concert of the Chicago Sym- X ' X xg! x fy My T phony Orchestra this spring. Many of us own classical recordings. You speak of us as being ill-mannered and careless, YET Our boys who act as ushers at games and plays serve the public efficiently IV, il-'QQ and courteously. ,And all of these ushers, as well as our managers service club ,ha members, and student assistants handle equipment, property, and money care- ik v C' l 5' S I fully, Sixty-one Zyehellellahqyaa . ii Lf Vik ,Qi szaltfggvx N . i r We aren't always selfish, we give a lot of time and energy 'iffy y , LRLA ',AAA "A 5 '1.L1.,'5"' 'Till I H., ...N l t 't H' r h h ' t' t hl' -'i'53l'll"'l will o communi y a airs, o c urc organiza ions, o e ping r 1 J ip Q , 2 ' I ' f l . . . . 2.5 lllmll..4tl lil' f with younger Scouts, to dime lines for local and national H fx! '- 'Il charities, to hours of work at the Ration Board, and on many other war projects. Although our mommas think we are messy, and our lockers look like McGee,s hall closet, we do appreciate cleanliness and beauty. Our clothes may be sloppy, but we pride ourselves I wl ll in I f 1' I f pf f' 1 lf' on that "well-scrubbed look." And as for the beauty of our city, we have had a share in ' 1 xf . this: the Iunior Academy has sold tulip trees, made tree surveys, and planted small evergreens in Rice Field Park. Lazy? Well, look at this: Foods classes served thirty luncheons and catered for more than forty xx x parties in addition to the class work. They canned 80 quarts of fruits and jwfff.. vegetables. A ' ' ,fe Clothing classes made 49 new garments and remodeled 96 old ones. tif, 0 lv LX Almost all of us do homework like crazy, really we do . . . hours and hours of it. 9 Most of all, in speaking of industry, look at our man and woman-power hours. 386 of us have k 428 'E us have part-time jobs in fac- regular jobs in local factories, working 7896 hours per wee . o Sixty-two tories and stores, and many of us have small jobs carrying papers, baby-sitting, and doing other kinds of work. .-N 5412! , NeckingP Well, pardon us for pointing, but wasn't there a little of t ,t ff 5' ,dvi . 114 V aif ' 1 that when you were young? i , fp a s iff ' 3 : X X lx L Qi new - ---A Yeah, we laugh a lot, BUT isnit that the American way? Americans LJ laugh and play, laugh and fight. Our school publications, our banter, our skits, poke fun at our ways and weaknesses, so you see, we can laugh at ourselves, too, and we think that's good. What do you mean, Iuvenile Delinquency? Aren't there any adult delinquents? .-.X ff' I iiii l -. if pf , V, it ll rl . A and a few kinda bad? Sure some of us get into trouble. We are fined for speeding or taken in for pranks. Sometimes a few of us get into more serious trouble. But, look . . . there are lZ00 of us. If you gathered any 1200 people together, wouldn't you have all kinds: good, serious, Hip, snobbish, Okay, so we're slangy, noisy, fresh, frank, and all the other things you have called us. But we believe that most of our faults come from just being young. We do think seriously u 1 l of the future 3 we do want to do the right thing. We believe that with your help and faith we will grow up to be good American citizens. w i zu 1 I W if . :if J ln-fffprfffws -1'J2Fi'7CThr-Q W' " . . . . . . . fi ,AL M Ulf, X-' -, We are just learning our A B C's in handling our emotions, our bodies and minds, Ns ,Hrs 6 m our responsibilities, our social life. Are you sure you know your X Y Z's? 5k,,,,,,, by R,,,,,,,,,, Ball. Sixty-th ree , -"' P5 l PM X959 Qbhmweug.. U14 W ll We mean that although We gripe about the time Doc Hughes demands and about being on the decorating com- mittee, or having the simply poisonous job of program chair- man, we really Wouldn't miss the fun of stringing up rib- bons in the morning and dancing under them at night, of proudly wearing club pins, sweaters and jackets, or of see- ing the program we slaved over, get that "We want more" applause. We get a big charge out of a cv B4 ' ' ave Sixty-four xx, . wsmwwviswiifww . z Zifeeklff This year. following tlic plan ol last ycar. antl lwrcaiisc ol' tlic critical papur sliortagc, tht- l'z'11r1t111t Wt-uk, ly was pnlwlislictl only once cvcry two wcclss. Untlcr tlic ctlitorsliip oi' Virginia Murphy, tht- papt-r. witli its lcngtli incrcasctl ont' anal oncf lialli inclics. continut'tl to laccp tlit' stntlcnt lwotly inliorinctl on all sfliool activitics, gossip. sports. antl liatls. Special pulmlications inclntlvtl tht- Pulmzl, or tlic spring nut isstic. antl tlic iunioi' anal senior issucs. Pat Cullcn was ctlitor ol' tlic lzmfm' Pwlfzilllf. Tlu' stall' also assistctl in thc pnlwlisliing ol' tlic I'f'm1t1z1t for thc 50th anniversary of liootlnall in FHS. llzfrjth lays 1f!IIl'lI lfll' lim' In flu' lfll'1'l' tl.fxi.fm11f rdf. Dun I look now ,inzly IVIYIIIKK urn' lfn' U'n'lglfr.cZ ffm lima II Q u nrkrng tllllffll Hltlkfi Ihr' tlnldlizzr. armani' Hanna In the 1945 Pennant Annual which has for its theme, "In Our Own Wordsn, we, the staff and sponsor, have tried to catch and hold in words and pictures the Mjive lingo" and the "get-ups', and customs of the students of our school. Faced with a paper shortage, the EDITORIAL STAFF Editor I ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, . Bernard Rosen Advertising Manager Suzanne Sellemeyer Assistant Editors ,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, I Uorothy Doll, Assistant Advertising Manager Bill Osborne Geraldine Shank, Nancy Wambaugh. Sports Iiditor ,, Norman Pedersen Business Manager , ., ,,,,,,,,,,,, Morris Clement Staff Photographer Bill Andresen Assistant Business Manager , ,,,,,,,, lid Court Faculty Adviser , Dorothy Kelly APPOINTIVIC STAFF A Senior Staff ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, Helen Parker, ch., Sports Staff Track and Tennis, Bill Borne- Mildred Haag, Gerry Beghtel. Phyllis Mc- Lain, Frances Strom, Millicent Reber. Club Staff e, , ,,,,,,,,, Mary Lou Niblock, ch., Margery Monger, Ioyce Sriver, Mary Sam- uel, Alta Mac Martin. Mary Ann Swartz- baugh, Marilyn Marchessau. Underclass Staff ,,,,,,,,,,,, Shirley I-ewan, ch., Pat Munsch, Irene Lux, Cheryle Kreigh- baum. Barbara Smithers. Advertising Staff ,,,,,,,,,,, ,Marilyn Finch, Marian Schuler, Sonia Iolinson, Carol Bailey, Io Ann Artley, Tom Ulery, Iack Ruff, Betty I.ou Speas, lim German. man: Baseball. Bob VVeldy: Basketball, Bob lisherg: Football, Gordon Stock: Cross Country, Iim Seheuer. Drama Staff Anne Cronk Music Staff Band and Orchestra. Dick Church, Nathene Farnsworth: Choir, Velma Iackson. Faculty Staff Marcia Ilile, Barbara Stroud Art Staff, Ruth Ann Sears, ch.. Phyllis VVood, Ora Belle Stair, Sonia Inlin- son. Assistant Staff Photographers Charles liiener. Alan Lohley. advertising staff was aided in re- ducing its pages to WPB require- ments by the cooperation of many firms who relinquished their space. Other wartime shortages made publishing this book difficult so that we feel that we are very lucky to be able to present this ,45 yearbook to the student body. Mis: Kelly lei: Arr fnlfr flown. Roswz and mmpuny: j'!'iIl'f7UlllQ5 rrlitnl. Tlic fl1l'1IlIILl,7Il' guy: nm! Tflfhff' urgcy mpim11's1.f: gulf llrhnnl Ilia' JMU. Ihr frzffizlrxr fluff. Sixty-seuelz Naiional Jfonofz. Sociefq Sixty-c'Igh 1 r- To crcatc cnthusiasm for scholarship, stimulatc lcatlcrship anal couragc, to cncouragc tlcvclopmcnt of charactcrkthcsc arc the itlcals ol' the National llonor Socicty. This scrvicc cluh has to its crctlit many accomplishmcntsl such as, the attcntlancc hanncr prcscntctl to thc homc room with the highcst pcrccntagc of attcnclancc for six wccksg tht- annual sccontl-hantl hook salcg thc tutoring system, the con- gratulatory cartls scnt cach six wccks to stuclcnts outstanding in their stutlics anal to thosc ncithcr ahscnt nor tartly tluring thc ycarg antl thc Christmas grcctings scnt to liormcr mcm- hcrs now in the scrvicc. Prccctling the lmskt-tlmll ganic with lohn .Xtlams ol' South licntl on Fch. lo, thc cluh sponsorctl a Chili supper in thc Cafeteria. To light ahscntccisln. tht- citizcnship committcc sponsorctl a campaign anal crcctctl a "Do you know" hullctin hoartl ncar thc principal's ofhcc. The VVar lfinancc lioartl has hccn ons ol' tht- most activc committccs, sponsoring homc room moralc movics anal othcr patriotic asscmhlics antl nlistrihuting miniaturc lap flags for 100 hontl antl stamp purchasing homc rooms. Cofsponsors oi' the National llonor Socicty arc Miss liuschc anal Miss Broughton. Mcctings arc hcltl hi-monthly in 203. lfall sc-iiicstci' nlliccrsz Spring scincslcr ollicciw: l'rt-s, 'ini Swilmyl Prcs. Norrnan l'ctlcrst'n Vicc-l'rcs. Marilyn King Vice'-l'ics. ll.ll'lLllll Sxku Src. lh'l1lI'g1.lI'l'l llnnliglin Svc. Noun.: ltzin 'I'rccki'lo 'l4rcas. licrnaril Roscn 'I'rc.is. Morris Clcincnt Thr ,f!'lfltf7 for lflill Sfmnsor: and Grpffjfygy 1,1 'Nfflfflllf'1"N1111-Vf1lI1- lhoxr helpful ogirrrs. DIl'l7If7l'l'.i' in ,frrr'ff1'. Slacfenl' Gonna! When it comes to student planning and home room sug- gestions, the Student Council acts as the law-making body of Elkhart Senior High School. The organization of the group is centered about committees, each member having a par- ticular duty. Many of the standing committees have carried on the work of the preceding year. Five of these projects are the hall traffic regulations, the servicemen,s placque above the auditorium, the handbook which was printed and distributed this year, the activity ticket which has had no direct action, and the visiting servicemen's registry kept in Mr. Smith's oHice. In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of football in Elkhart, the Student Council sponsored a pep session before the Go- shen-lilkhart game. Outstanding features of this program were: the presentation of Mr. Archie Pettit, a member of the ISQ4 team: the debut of the girl cheerleadersg and the presentation of an anniversary cake to the 1894 team members. The council holds hour-long meetings once a month. At other times members meet regularly on Fridays in the library. Co-sponsors are Mr. Smith and Mr. Gemmecke. lfall semester oflicers: Spring semester officers: Pres. Hill liorneman Pres. . Bill Borneman Vice-l'rcs. Virginia Ienner Vice-Pres. . Maxine Noffsinger Sec. Pat Cullen Sec. ...Virginia Light 'l'reas. Gordon Anderson 'l'reas. Gordon Anderson Iiirl. liyrtm Haines Parl. Carolyn Rowe C het-lqing in with Huines. Gordy put: it zo spomw Smzlh Posing in the regular meenng plum anioa rqcacfemy of Science This club, sponsored by Miss Wagoner and Mr. Adams, welcomes anyone interested in any science to the bi- monthly meetings held in 319 after school. Each member is made a certified member by earning seventy-five honor points a year. The lunior Academy of Science promoted scientific interest by offering informative speakers and lectures. Individual and group projects, such as held trips, are encouraged. One group, Betty Weaver, Rosanna Munch, and Marilyn Finch, graduating seniors, visited the Mu- seum of Science and Industry in Chicago. The two major projects before the club this year were the tree survey and tree planting. This survey is covering the entire city, determining the location, condition, and identification of all trees. This is hoped to be finished by next fall. The planting of 2000 coniferous trees on a sandy hill at Rice Field was done as a conservation project. Ten years from now this spot should be a lovely place. Fall semester ollicers: Spring semester oflicers: Pres. Phyllis llall Pres. Marilyn lfincli Vice-Pres, Phyllis Gouker YiccAPres. Phyllis Gouker Sec.-Treas. Marilyn lfincb Sec.-'I'reas. lim Troycr Plllllllllllg lflf frcr' SIll'l'I"l'. Hiulngy fvngx 111111 .ff70N5!N'J'. A-Mu. -.qw fm. wg .4 I lv . Sli Q W'f"?-ffm I'limling mduy for frrunfy lomorrow. Seventy 7!aae4!wlc! Stuck away in a corner in 109, the Threshold staff can he found any seventh hour, hard at work. At the hegin- ning ol' the year, the "green" stall, with a new editor and an almost entirely new stall, decided to he progressive and make a few changes. The first and most important change was the use ol' a photographic cover, instead of the usual plain color eoyer. The stall also Voted to con- duet their own husiness affairs. Alter reading, choosing, typing, proollreading, wading through galley sheets, dummy making, and so forth, the December issue came oil the presses without too many last minute complications. Immediately alter puhlieation the staff hegan work on the spring issue. Many hours were spent reading fahles, poetry, limerieks. word-pictures, hook reports. and other items. The spring issue was puhlished May 4, and after linishing the husiness, the stall spent the remaining weeks enjoying themselves. Stall' ntemhers for the year: Virginia Ienner, erfilm' lletty Neff. Roger Parsell. and liarhara Sykes Rohert Billington were added to Margaret litmliglio the stall at the mid-semester. liill Montieth when Peter Fleming and Bill tinllen Shea Mnntieth resigned heeause of Sue Iierkey progratu diflieulties. lean Marks Peter lfletuing The sczifors do the ihffzlqilig, and the galley sltlztex do the work. Sczfmzy-011: Sr'1fr'11I y'f1l'0 all? 4 llzz' H-hiIl'l'!'fl The crippled ehiltlren's Christmas party. one way in which the G. Rfs demonstrate their purpose of serving the community antl making a hetter unclerstanaling anal fellowship among girls. Among their varietl programs were skits. song liests. speakers, entertainers, antl tliseussion groups. ,X few ol' the outstantling programs lieaturetl were Mrs. Ross Martin speaking on her unusual eolleetion ol' hells. Mrs. Connie Sykes anal Mr. Lee llielile entertaining on the piano :mtl tlrums, Christmas earoling with the lli-Yis. a plunge party at the Y. M. C. A., antl a Lenten tliseussion ol' religions with Rahhi Stephen Sherman ol' South lientl antl lfather Conroy anal Reverentl l.. S. .Xshley ol' lfllihart. The eluh matle anal soltl ehrysanthemum eorsages lor the goltlen anniversary foothall game: they helpetl sell lfaster lilies lor the erippletl ehiltlren's henelitg they spon- soretl the Sweetheart Swing. Doormat Drag antl Tourney Twirl. antl ioinetl the Hi-Y in sponsoring the l.itltlle Cuiclanee l.eetures. The lf?-5 Northern lncliana Conlierenee was heltl in lfllihart Fehruary I7 with "Girl Reserve llit l'aratle" as the theme. Because of the numher ol' working high school girls the hrst meeting ol' every month was heltl in the evening. Cahinet memhers eleetetl for the year were: Pres. Virginia lenner Prog. Chair. Gloria liilaneio lst Viee-Pres, Marilyn lfineh l'ul1. Chair. Virginia Murphy :ntl Vice-l'res. Mariory Monger Ser. Chair. Phyllis Goulier See. Margaret llonfiglio Musie Chair. Diana lohnson Treas. Mary Lou Nihloek Soph. Rep. Carolyn Soc. Chair. Marilyn King I llovve. Marily ii Rish Il'rlI'I Szwing l'l'IlKU!'illH lfllfilllll i ig :wifi .ll- ffx l'l'Il.t'l'il't' am! llie Ct1fv'l1z't',f All-lf. f-if During weekly meetings at the Y. M. C. A. fifty mem- bers of the senior Hi-Y enioy their programs and activi- ties for the year under the guidance of Mr. I. M. Guest, lioys' Secretary. The Ili-Y boys, like their sister G. Rfs. are interested in Christian standards for personal living and school life. Highlights ol' the clulfs activities were the annual Christmas holiday dime line for the underprivileged children, the annual liather-Son Banquet at which time the lleardsley citizenship awards were presented, the sale ol' football schedule pencils, the members serving as advisors lor the weekly GrafY grade school clubs, and the l.iddle Guidance Talks. For the club itself, the traditional red sweaters were ordered and membership cards distributed. .Xmong the social events were the Tourney dances sponsored by the Y. M. and the Y. NV., the swimming parties in the Y. M. pool, caroling with the G. Rfs at Christmas, a talk by a Civil Air Patrol representative, and a visit to the Central Fire Station. The olhcers attended the district conference at Culver Military Academy on March 21 and live members went to the state conference at Richmond during the Thanks- giving vacation. lfall semester ollicers: Spring semester oflicers: Pres. Tom Montieth l'rer:. Morris Clement Vice Pres. lrving Rosen Vice-Pres. Dick Rish Sec. 'liownsand Gutermuth See. Bill Montieth 'l'rt-as. Bill l'atterson Treas. Dan Swihart Sue. Chair. Dick Rish Soc. Chair. Tom Corson Prog. Chair. Hill Osborne Prog. Chair. Dick Stout Lining np, the tlzrrc-:my rode. '-su. .xr ,fi 1 Vg, fiifvyvg . vw LINE- 'FUNN T 'O 55 Utfp fm "Put tl Ifl!'1fI1!.M dime 011 L00 X Hug orc' r ilu' ilu! 1 4 U I1 ,fflvllllli IMI. Scwfwzty-th: 'CC 742 pain! ancf palfellle JUIHID A Ms. .4 l.il .f!'llfll'1'fiI fvmxf. X on French Ari :incl llic rlnh visiuwl Mr. Richard VViluy All his honic in ormlcr to scc his :irt colloction. During othcr meetings, thc lHClNl1CI'S niznlc clay ligur- incs anal P2liI1lC1l sccncs :incl models. l Two pol-luck supper iniliiilions won' is yczir. onc in Scplcinhcr :incl hclml rh onc in April. 'l'hirlyflix'c prospcciiw zlrrisls wcrc initizitcnl. 1 I :incl lhilcm- cluh nicinhcrs may Luisily hc clistinguishul hy thcir pins. which arc tiny pzilctlcs. Ujfff 173' mkr' if muy. 'Ilia' licwly-liziiiicll 1 ' " ' ' irl nlnh this yuzir, with lhc coopcrn- lion ol Ilia' :url ulwsscs riinlul 1 x ii I 1 4 lcllulllul Cllriqlnllg muml lfglll sciiicstur oilicrrs: Spring sviiicslci' ollirrrs: I V ' ii 1 i 5 I ii Q Prus. M1irggm'l llonliglio Pres. M.ll'.QLll'L'l lionliglio on In- nina ous .i wow lic ni.nn cnlrunu. Anoticr ol llc Ym,fl,I,L,5. lr-mm,5 MNT yiu,Vl,l,L,S' l,mm.l,5 mmm. projects lor ilu- slnalvnl liocly was ilu- poslcr scrvicc. Sw. Maury lam- Sr-hulxz Soc. Ii4iii1o1i.i Miilillvton 'l'l'L'il5. ll1lI'lKll'1l Grqilwill Trcgis. liLlI'l!All'.l llrgilvill 4 - - S '. Cl1", 'l .Xl 'i '. S '. fill". ll: ' D-gk-'. During im-cliiigs. Ilia- IIIL'Il1l5L'fS nnclcrlooli worthwhilc, 'M lm if .1 lhuuk M lm :lm HILL lllil YH UC ' UIHLI ill' l'tllIk'2lll0H1ll, :incl cnllurail programs. .Xlong thcsc lincs, Miss p Broughton ol lhc high school lzicultv cliscnssml l'ur rug. Clmir. Iocl .-Xlwimr uc .I Opcun Pnli Vhiii lon lil aircliilcrtiirc :incl 1ll'l. Ion' lily '1 Clllll mcmlxr . I . '. ' V , . ' ' , gave ai talk Sf'1'1'f11y-fain' 1'l1ljYl0l'.f nfIrM11o!'1ull'. Zfaheu GMA NVithout the Ushers' Club, all events in the auditorium and gym xvouldn't be very well organized. Their purpose is 'Ato provide erlicient and courteous ushers and check-room serv- ice when needed, for all school aFrairs." Ushering proiects undertaken this year have been all ball and basketball games, both the iunior and senior class foot- plays. and special auditorium programs such as the Dr. Crane lecture. Check-room services have been operated on a larger scale I-all seinester oflicers: Dick Muigu s Co t L Nob Sticklioust Crtsigntd ufrtnt Su u ll N im ltslcl ofhtt tc Ilitk M :nets Lk x llfllllk XX l t t Bill Sickels fjll Iflr frmz' . . . than ever before. Much planning, partitioning and studying of the auditorium, layout is necessary before each ushering proiect. During the basketball sectionals, held in the gym, our club had its greatest eHiciency test. VVe have also served for the youth recreation dances in the gym. Special usher badges, paid for by the proceeds lirom the check-room service, were purchased this year. Mr. Updike sponsors this group of thirty-live boys. .:,,.5:::':E- b pi I e .' N' - Q , M- l ie, '..--NS'-'ii r 4' ' f ' . ' Q Sf, I .. ,555 J, Je- .5-.N ' 4' ' i t ' , ... ,.i,g .W Qs' .llifrzgr-,f izsxlglls fioffx. Ser1'ie'f will: il smile. Sc'zfc'11ly-five Polishing lfhristinas Seal posters, sponsoring a war lwontl antl stainp assenihly, hringing tht- total Igor the school tlrive to over lilillllll, gi pep session, serving as a hospitality committee lor the Northern lntliana Instrumental antl Vocal Contests. anal keeping the lost antl iionncl tlepartinent in ortler are maple scliool-witle trophies, tlistrilmtiting 'l'lll5Cl'ClllUSlS hut a lew ol the ways the 'liriple I, girls tlemonstrate their abilities. ship. lhe pt On May ll, the girls tlonnetl their party tlresses antl tlancetl with the Blue Iaclaets to the theme ol' "Moonlight Mood" at the annual spring tlinner tlance sponsoretl hy these two clnlws. 7 The chili is proutl ol' its active nieinlvership ol l-ll sopho- mores, juniors, anal seniors. liqually proutl are they ol' their two new sponsors, Miss Deal antl Miss Scheitller. Ieill semester ollicers: Pres, , Mary l.ou Nilslock ,Ks the Triple l. stantls lor learning, loyalty. antl leader- V1Cl'-l'ffS- Milfflll Hill 4 I 4. - Sec. llarhara lfortl irpose is to proinote school activities antl higher 'l'rpi1,. itll,-lm,-4, Rowi- Soc. Chair. Dorothy Doll scholarship. Sgt. at .Mins Mario ry Mongcr Spring semester ollicers: Pres. Mary l,Hll Nilwlock Vice Pres. Nathene lf.n'nsn-ortli Sec. ll.irlwai'a lfortl 'l're.is. liarlwara Rowe Soc. tiliair. Dorotliy lioll Sgt. at .Xrnis loanne Shelley Sl'l'l'llIy-.t'fX l'Ir1lging n new mcmlzer. Tin' 'l'r1'fvlr lfx rlmn Irnpfliczf . . f'0lI!lIll'f "Loft 111111 I"n1u111'x." Blue ywfzeu livery other Tuesday at 7:15 the Blue Iackets step out to a meeting of lun and food or settle down to more serious things. On Dec. 7 they joined with the Triple Ifs in sponsoring a war stamp and bond assembly. Also with the girls' club they sold tickets for the Kolb Brothers Circus held in the auditorium and distributed and sold the Football Golden .Xnniversary Pennant Weekly. ln initiations held in the cafeteria and the gym on Oct. 3 and Feb. 20, forty-seven new members were added to the roll. lllhe club increased their treasury by selling candy and cokes at the South Bend Central football game and Nap- panee basketball game. The club had a sport clothes party at the Elkhart Conser- vation Club and highlighted their social activities by dancing and dining with the Triple L's at the "Moonlight Mood" dinner dance on May 12. Fall semester officers: Spring semester ollicers: Pres. .. Norman Pedersen Vice-Pres. . Sec. Soc. Chair. I Parl. . , Dev. Chair. ,,,, . lreas. .. ,, Morris Clement ..Bernard Rosen ., Iim Swihart Tom Corson Irog. Chair. .. ,... Dick Manges Irving Rosen Bill Meeker Pres. Vice-Pres. Sec. 'l'reas. Soc. Chair. Prog. Chair. Parl. Dev. Chair. Norman Pedersen Byron Ilaines Don Correll Dick Akin loin Corson Morris Clement Dick llart Myron llaines "Target for tonight." "Cer your ice-cold cakes here." The boy: gel together. Seventy-seven Widuaf gcfucalion l.1'k1'11f ll'l-.YI'.t' up ilu' njlit ITA' Ullieers electeil for the tear: l'Ies, Ritltarml XYilsey Vile-l'res. Cliailes liryant See. llitlx tihiltote 'I'rcas. l,en'is liigler r. ,. . . . . lhe Xisual lttl. hoys as trainetl movie operators ol lilkhart lligh School are responsihle lor all the movie programs given in the school. Their tluties are many antl are not always easily liullilletl. llue to wartime tlil- Hcultics lilm deliveries are sometimes tlelayetl anal the equipment is greatly overusetl, making repair work tlillicult. These hoys, untler the instruction ol' Mr. Virgil l.ikins, are groupetl together as home room 303 meeting every tlay the home room hour. ln atltlition to the regular tluty ol' operating the projec- tor lor school assemhlies antl special stutly groups, these lwoys have the ioh oi' making slitles. antl the showing ol these when neetlecl. Oltentimes groups such as the l'. 'lf A.. Suntlay livening Cluh antl night classes require operators, which the cluh supplies. The cluhs outstantling project this year was the show, ing ol the movie, "The Phantom Sea." This was run on a regular movie hasis, the proccetls going towartls the clulfs yearbook pagc. .h.t'l'l'IIf1' flight illlll lfu' flnlr r1'rl,c 011 Iflr' zivzrfg. fbdcoiolai The lliscobolus Club opened its season with election ol' ollicers and an initiation of one hundred hlity new members under the guidance ol' their new sponsor, Miss kart. During the fall semester the girls were active in bas- ketball, bowling. and swimming. lfllthart and liristol girls participated in a play-day in the gym at the beginning of the spring semester. Each group entered three teams in the basketball competition with Bristol winning four out of six games. The spring sports program of swimming, softball, badminton. and tennis, was concluded with the annual banquet in May. Miss Pat Baron, first president of Dis- cobolus, was the main speaker. At this time awards were presented. During the year an award system was established in order to honor allfaround participation in sports. The award, the white chenille Discus thrower. was given on a point basis tor sportsmanship, attendance, and interest in the activities ol' the club. Cfmrm 111111 rhrrxrmikr. Fall semester officers: Pres. . Marjory Monger Vice-Pres. Barbara Stroud Sec. ,, , ,,,,, Pat Cullen Treas. ., , ,,,, Eleanor Gates Soc. Chair. ,Margaret Bonliglio Sgt. at Arms Betty Miller Spring sen tester olliecrs: Pres. Margaret Doll Viet-fPres. Margaret llonfiglio Sec. Pat Cullen Treas. ,, , Soc. Chair. Sgt. at Arnie lileanor Gates Sliarlee liest Shirley Rlieinhiiner Six sportr, six honeys. l Sezfwzly-nim- '7fne wa, mf ew .- All the worltl's a stage" to ineinhers ol' the VVig antl Cue tlrainaties eluh. liy popular tleinantl this elulv was organizetl late in the fall semester untler the spon- lfigllly lim Lxrltzyc 1'IUlIllI'l'5. S fltllfllt' of S flilfg1xffv1w'c'. sorship ol' Miss Agnew. lixperienee antl knowleclge in play protlnetion antl stageeralnt has heen gainetl hy giving short one-act plays, iinproinptn skits, shadow plays, stntlent reports Oll Slllgt' lL'ClllllQllC llllll IIIQIIIAIQCINCIII, llllll lldlflllg talks hy ontsitle speakers. Miss linsehe presentetl to the club an interesting review ol' the stage plav "Harriet." - Ihe eluhs highest anihition has heen to ioin the National 'l'hespian Society, an alliliation with high sehool tlrainaties eluhs throughout the nation. Another ainhition was the lorination ol an all sehool tlaneing, elass. This heeaine a reality when on March 6, 14745, nearly two htintlretl stutlents turnetl out to teach antl learn tlaneing. These lessons eontintietl lor several weeks as a preparation lor the Iunior Proin. f,llICL'I'N eleetetl for the year were: Pres. Iaelx Rutl- Viee-l'res. Sally' l,usher See. Marilvn Rish 'l'reas. Vat Korn Prog, lfhair. Roger l'arst'll. Roberta Siintnons Sgt. at .Xrlns ' ' Inn t,av.in.ingh sv- L, -XX, N l71'r'imJ1'11g np rllulzzlizy. lfRlfNCll IIORNS The itleas antl opinions ol the pers inenihers ol' the stall who are piettiretl here. Along with the Music Parents HXND S'I'Alflf l'l'iRSUNNl5.l. lbiek Church lletty Osterloo Rohert llliss Roherta Sininions Gonlon Anilerson '7fne Elkhfmf 4,44 sczmz s,,m,fWb awe D.XYlD lllfl il llmS. lhrn lor on- nel ol' the lillihart High School llantl antl Orehestra are tliseusseal hy the ,Xnne Casey llUW.XRlJ Kll.lllzli'l'. .l,f,m11i1lr' Illwflm' loyte Srixei' I'I.l?'l'l.S Ralph tfortas IKXSSUONS Natlienm lfarnswoilll I'earI lloiiot' ,X11i1tgXi'lx4ngaxI l'.ilini.t Sleivltenwii Rollei! Wtsselliolt Ile-my lit-mum Rohr il.: Sinnnons l.Hll1lIllll'.xSlllll M 1 Xnne Cline Io .Xnne Mocleran DON l R-X ll-'x55OON liilllll Rosen tial Smith llV"1'l.l71'n'U-'ll Illini- ,Xrlvogast loann lzssig CON l R-X ll-N55 l'.ntinr.iYllilloniiell Sarali 'llhornton v ltlhuuxlsl. lloiis lxilhngti Ian: Rosenheigei , . , , i A ' Shirlex' Walton fyljfyl 5 Xlilhni l.osee ' n.,.i.ii.i iiamimii 'ff1"rfi"'j'1'H .xiqro sxxovi iowias lleltx Dltlt lllyllls ylootl laines Grote llellx Miller If-AIM' rl WVUIX liieltarzl lii'4tx't'iuler ipxrqiisil norm :f "l'ff".'A if',"f'f"l"'1"1 Ulf-fl Iwi Hills li,,,,,,l,x itlwmwn ' 'U V l..n'olx n Peterson emitiwi-, I s U To U UUWW 'rtixok sixoift ioNif.s lY'f""ll' l'Ul'Vl1ll In k Y, A ' A Norman Sensenhatigli l'i'trl Loiits L ' lu Inm.i.', H, 7 .I , I - ltleanor Rexnolrls ', .LH " 'L HHH' l,h. llolle llosletler , . XVlllI'llIl llu VI, Irlnlllx Mllmlu, fll'eIellL'll lliltz ' 'L llei'in.1nMoileian 'HW 'l"tt"' ie,iiu'i'oNiQ tlnolx n .Van lboren l1.XSSlII,.XRINli'l'S S,XXUl'l IONIC lean XX iight R.nnon.i Mimlclleton Marilxn l",rhnonils lletty Usterloo Shirley Rheinheinier Marian Grove .Xlan l.ohley Natline Nicholson Doris Mfljllllllllgll Davitl l.erner Max Upililie lIORNl'i'l4S Maxine lfielils Rieliarcl Cliui-elm l",rnest llatler Douglas Sailor Phillip Monteith Mareiis liarton Donna liorror Don Long loyee Gerher Delores Schuster llernartl Slough 'l4ROMllUNl".S Conlon Anilerson VVillian1 .'Xntlresen lliron Kistler llollis lieelxer Rotlney Rockwell Betty Kauflinan lanies Konracl ll.-XRl'l'ONliS l,loytl lfillio William lleinhuis 'lhonias Owens .'Xuilrey l.iehtenher Riehartl llart lk-tty Newman 'IALIILXS William l.ewis lerry l'awling Roger llaheoelx Paul lfretlerieli Dick Miller S'l4RlNU HXSS lletty Meighen Mary .'Xtn1eSwarty,lw M.'XRlMl4p'xS Sonia lohnson llllllflillll' NlelQL'l's0II lietsy tiooilrieli Mary' lillen VVargoit Margaret Doll get augh l IARP Margaret lloilinan ClCl.l",S'l'.X Alice Rhotles 'l'YMll.'XNl Rohert liliss BASS DRUM l.elansl Slough CYlVlllAl,S Alpha lean llarthill Sllbli DRUMS Rohert Downey lohn VViegnet' Clinton Loop Charles Pease Lawrenee Munm'ntn.iier l5.'XGU.'XGl'i HOYS Dax'i1lllinv.n'tl, Mgr. Nell M.n'key Davitl Selnipert Kenneth Ilall lfigh ly-1100 Rohert ll.n'li'anl't Club, the staff acts as an advisory body riticisms and sug- to otler constructive c gt-steel changes o f policy in the music in 'es and department. The stall also arrz 3, plans the soc ial activities of their or- ganizations during the year. ORCHESTRA STAFF PERSONNEL Betty Meiglten lilizabeth Konrad Alice Rhodes Robert Lavery Robert Reser '7fne exam: Alzqh sczmz DAVID HUGHIQS, llirrelur ' lfsfnlizfz' ,ff-il'IiIUI' I 'IRI-"Ii'l' X L XRI SOX Isl YIOLINS Robert Reser 'lheotlore johnson .Xlice Rhorles Virginia Ilogue Bonnie Phillips Robert Lavery' lillsyyorth Moyer Thehna lfarrell liugene Mann Ioan Neu loan NVbite Ronalsl Walton gntl VIOLINS Dorothy Brothers oin Ytff I A I ' Mary lilleri Sham ory Ramlall Ilamilton Colleen Shamory Ieanne Horne Marilyn White Betty Phillips Dorothy Huffman lileanor Rieharilson Ramah Ritter Betty lean Sutton VIUIAS Iilizabeth Konrail Dorothy Ienner Carol Dietz Dorothy Zinn Itla Nell Iilla Mae Cliek Isabelle Duwelius LfliI.I.US Gloria VValton Dayitl Hoyvartl Mariorie Van Doehren Leah Gordon Dartla Troyer Patricia Nell lohn Bornelnan Norris Freerl STRING BASSIQS Betty Meighen Mary' Anne Swurtzbaugh Stanley Dasealoff Blontlell Burson Ioan Vogt Mary' Alice VVeiss Moiell Shaw Ramona Spirito l"I.U'I'IiS Nathene Ifarnsworih Patricia Stephenson Roberta Simmons Anne Cline OBOIQS Dorothy Higgason Betty Dick IiNGI.lSI'I HORN Ilorotlly' Higgason Sqmpfnowuf Qfzcfredfza. CI..'XRINli.'l4S Kenneth Ingram Iireil Cours Charlotte Ilosteller Phyllis Manthe BASSOC TNS Anne Arbogast Henry Denman IIQXSS CI.,XRINl"fll Ratllolla Mitlclleloli CON'I'R.X IIASSOK DN Ilenry' Denman I"RIiNCII IIURNS Betty Osterloo Shirley Rheinheimer Marian Grove Alan Lobley Natline INIicl1olsol1 Doris McCollough CORNIQTS Maxine lfieltls Richarnl Churcli l'.I'I1i'sI lixltlel' Donna Borror TROMIIONIQS Gorilon .'Xiulersol1 VVilliam .Xnilresen Byron Kistler Hollis Iieeliel' 'I'UB.'X XVilliam I.c-yyis Clfl Iigil' X Mary ililii-ster II.XRP Margaret Ilollinan PIANO janet Sue XYestlurl PIQRCILTSSIUNI Robert Bliss Lelanml Slough Alplla lean llarlhill Robert Downey rffgmy ffm Music antl its inspiration has litcglltl a great aleal to the luudic fnipha ' ' ' tion ol' all the aclministratiyc policies lilll' the music clepart- community lilic ol ltlkhart through the work ol the lt. ll. S. ment. liancl ancl Orchcstra. l'atriotic asscmhlages. concerts. Army- Nayy ihvartls, contingcnts ol tleparting tlralitces, clinners .mil xaiious social anal ciyic lunctions have all hcen inspiretl mtl upliltetl hy thc music oi' the groups which have willingly gone out lrom the Music llcpartment. llit- ollicial season ol the hantl anal orchestra was openecl hy the haml s appearance at loothall games tlurmg the lall. l"our ioint concerts were given throughout the year, with ilu- tratlitiontl senior concert as a climax on lune 8. Many soloists highflightetl these cliycrsilictl performances which wcrc giycn hclorc capacity houses. ,Xll arrangements lor these concerts are matle hy the Music l'arc-nts Lluh This organization is responsihle for the sale ol tickets, ushering at concerts, anal helping with the forma- 'l'rips which lor so long have characterizctl the activities ol' the hancl anal orchestra are now almost entirely curtailetl hecause ol' the war. However, the musicians were ahle to make their annual trip to Chicago to attencl a concert hy the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, On April fm ancl April ll, Elkhart actecl as host to local i ' A antl clistrict contests, Many oi' our stutlents placecl high in solos anal ensemhles in these eyents. ln recognition ol' the important contrihution ol the many groups which playetl lor community functions. the lilkhart Lodge No. 425 Benevolent Urcler ol' Iilks gave an excellent hanquet lor the musicians in May. 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V S , a , N 3 " A H , A emma em l I Choir pcrsonncl: SC JPRANK JS lo Ann Artlcy Ruth llcartl Mary liornt-man Ruth Cavanaugh liarhara Dcttwilt-r Norma lfcltslciit Rosa-mary lfrancisco limma Nt-al Gannon hl1Il'gI't'l Ciootl I lvlvn I lcliliiicr Phyllis llilus liatht'riiit' lit-clit' Mary liitltlcr Gloria liilmcr Ucraltlin Kurtz .Xntoincttu l.anst'ht' Cicraltlint' Minkvr .Xuilra Moyer lllflilt' Ulilill Mary l,ou Pontius Donna May Rittcr liarhara Rowa- Ruth Ann Scars loannt' Sha-llcy Norma Smith lflylzfy-.fix lanct Stahly Collccn Stroud Norma Troup Pat Volkman liillit- Ruth VVcax'cr livclyit VVilliams liilt-cn Young loyct' King lutlith Disney .'Xl.'I't JS Margaret lirnst Nancy Cichrantl Shirlcy Conlon Rita Iloltz Margrct Horn VVilma Massvy Doris Mohnsscn Carol Rohhins Marian Schult-r It-an Sccgcrs Mary lf. VVatt'rman Vclina Iackson Mary Samucl TICNORS Byron llaincs Iioh Kaiscr Lyle Lichtcnhcrgcr Don Corrcll ISASSES liclscl Best Dick Gumppcr Myron Haincs Iohn Hull Noel Moore lim Nyc lfrncst Schull Clair Swinchart Charlcs VVinc Paul .iXntlrt'scn 'l'hc A Capclla Choir ol' Iilkhart High School has had a husy ycar unclcr the tliruction ol' Miss Doris Corns. On Uctohcr 26, thc choir, along with other choirs ol' Northcrn lntliana. sang at the statt' teachers' convcntion hcltl in South licntl. Olat- Christianscn tlircctctl thc massctl chorus. Tho choir was hcartl ovcr station VVTRC whcn thcy liormccl the musical hackgrountl for the annual Christmas program. prcscntctl hy thc stutlcnt hotly, prcccding thc Christmas va- cation. 'I'hc first puhlic appearance ol' the choir was on Dcccinhcr Ill, when thcy gavc a Christ- mas conccrt in tht- high school autlitorium. The 4 aqua? fm pleadufze following week they earoletl in the vieinity of the high school. .Xs has been the custom, the choir presentetl a short concert for the Sunclay Evening Club, February 18. Several soloists antl ensembles entered the all-city music contest heltl in the high school .Xpril I2 anal 13. The spring eoneert, presentetl on May 18, con- clutletl the public appearances of the choir for this year. This program was tlividetl into two parts: the latter, a musical comedy. Members ol' the choir went to Notre Dame on the evening ol' April 8 lor a performance of "Rigoletto," sponsored by the San Carlo Opera Association. Daily rehearsals are heltl the third hour at the Y.M.C.A. Ofhcers of the choir elected for the school year are as follows: Presi- tlcnt, Barbara Rowe: vice president, Mary Sam- uel: secretary-treasurer, Norma licksteing assis- tant secretaryhtreasurer. Marilyn Darr. Sfrly pzuzzarhizpczf lullfhf. The ugicrrx in hLlI'l?10l1y. lfighly-.ft'z'z'11 V ,fn B 5066 Q ELTSKQWLONW Zdkmweamf.. -ivzwfw on Une wwf we mean that the Blue and White teams are smooth aggre- gations. Sports are king-sized around E. H. S. Fridays are special: you think about the game, you talk about the game, you feel elated, proud, thrilled to be a part of the enthusiasm, the tension, the spirit that is ff Ifighty-eight I M5 3, M J .- .Q ,tg ag. 'ML 'Wh fw,,,u,,w ws' ' Q , if an Y Y ML m T , 4 K 2 fp 2 gag 5 I f V7 A ff Q. :M R W I fr, 3 R ,vkz V x ' K I A f Z.b,,A li E1 ' ..,E w f l- il . 'ff A , ' K is ' 'ilq W' I ' - I Q W Q' I . ki ' 3' 5' i , N. ,Q ,. is 3 Eg gj if Q 5 in , 3 is s .' '3 "X Q I . 37, ,Q Z. JI. S. 14Z!1Je2fic Namciaiian 'l'!i1' l'.'M'fmrl XIII!-Ill' lligfi Xt limi! lfoilt Mug SMH. IUIIN 1.1INCll"1i1.l,fDW---"Iohn" completeal his sixteenth year as heaal basketball coach at lf. H. S. by piloting the lilazers through another gooal season in 1944-45. The squaal chalkeal up a recoral of 18 wins anal 4 losses. lohn is one of the school's busiest men. as, in aalalition to his basketball aluties, he is chairman of the health anal physical ealucation anal athletics alepartments. HARRISON l5lCRli1'iY--1'ix'er since 19-12, when Don Veller went into the Army, "Berk" has taken over as heaal football coach at li. ll. S. anal alone a yoeman-like job with the team. llis introaluction this year of the formation to the lllazer grialiron brought about a vastly-improx'eal team anal gave fans high hopes for the future. Cl 1l'il.Slf.fX ISO!JN1if"Clia-1se", a permanent fixture in lf. ll. S. athletics completeal his llnal year as track coach. ln aalalition, he coaches the cross country squaal anal is one of the physical fitness instructors. RAYMOND SURliNSl'iNgUnaler "Hap's" tutelege, the li. ll. S. netters captureal their thiral straight N.1.H.S.C. championship in as many years anal their fourth since 1935. llis squaal has gooal prospects for next fall as they are losing only one letterman. ROISICRT li1lRSAMf"l5ob" took over the reins as head liasa-hall coach in 194-1 anal turneal out a fine team. Aalal this .Vinny 'lille l'f1y.ffri11 llvdlltllflrflll I'itla'lllf.l'. to his fine reserve basketball teams anal you must concluale that he knows his business anal gets a lot out of the boys. TONY CAMPAGNOL1-This haral-working eflicient man has alone a great iob with Elkhart's line-play in the past years. Although he is little known, "Camp" is an inalisf pensable cog in the Blazer football system. MATTHEW RONZUNH-Coming to lflkhart from Frank- fort High School where he helal an important position on the coaching staff. Matt is freshman basketball coach. assiss tant football coach anal assistant track coach in aalalition to being a physical ealucation instructor. RILEY IURDAN-VVithout a aloubt the best known man in school before any important athletic contest, "Riley" is also the man who has to say "no" to the most people. lt is a great wonaler how he manages to perform his aluties as treasurer of the Athletic Association so efliciently in spite of his continual harassment by Blazer fans. PHYSICAL 1iDUCA'l'1tJN STA FF The physical ealucation program at lilkhart High School is being carrieal out by a haral-working stall of instruc- tors. Heaaleal by Iohn Longfellow. the group consists of Harrison Berkey, Chelsea Boone, Raymonal Sorensen, Mat- thew Ronzone, Mrs. Wise anal Miss Cart. Spofzli Summaay, 1944-1945 w 1 1s.xsiu41'i'ia.xi.i. CROSS COUNTRY 'i'R.xc:K S' S11 4 11115101 24 . 411 I". VV. North Siilc in Puriluc lnxitxitiuniil llllllllllfl 14 5' 571 Iimtuwn 25 ' 1 Y 1, V N 5. 5. -U Middlebury 33 I 15 Y Laporte 45 I'..H.S 68 '1 S. li. Lcnlriil 4016 5. gi S. Ii. Washington IO ' W Mighuwukl gs li. lI.S 58 lft. Wayne Sn. Siilc SI 5- .Sl Gu5l1Cn 213 H 1 1 I 1 1 I: H g - M' I, nk, - 5. Q4 Auburn 35 . 59 14. VV. North Siclc I9 Ii'H'g W bum: 'I W S. 17 Illlllllllillltl 21 1, G .I , ,- " 711 "151""1 111 s. 41 l..iPurtt- 18 in 111 11" D fairs my ifi. xx'..ym NU. sam- 41.5. 54 -lf' Miflllililll C115' 55 - 15 NL'111m11CC '15 li. ILS at Muncic Rcliivs 8 5- ' 1111 ' ' , z. .., . , . '. 5, - JI Mlsh-lwdkd 24 i',.1i.s our s, ia. .-trims S113 5A gg g' lg- Rilcy Jo . I7 I.uPortc 42 li.Il.S 72 S. li, Riley Q7 5. qu lfnrt Wanna Nnrth Siilc 2-3 . Ig Gmhcn 2,9 li. H. S .it Kuliulllu Rcliiys ll 5' 41 Y N41l'l711'1'-'L' 35 .QI V Ii.H.S git lf.N.l.H.S.C. flfliiilnpsl SSH 5- il Iwirt VV1ivncCcntri1l g8 ' 15 W 1V115111W111X11 511 . . . , . ' . A May S l',.II.5. git Iliiiiiiiiuml 1N.l.ll.S.C..D 5- '41 5- 11' 1'l'l1U111 48 . 18 Kiiluimwon 18 . 5, 37 q,,W,-mme, Gmhcn 35 N' 'V ' Mgiy 8 S. B. Atlantis, Guslicn Ctrizinguliirj 5. qi fmrrtiliicj S. li. Ailiims 213 ' 411 1" V11 N111111 51115 111 Mxiy ll Sccliungil fniglitj---lirrc ,IUURNIFY lumlcrcliiss incctb Min' is Kiilziiniixuob---tlicrc 5- M wukmum ui .5. 16 . Kzilzimiizon 30 May IO Struts Mcct :it Iniliiiniipulis - ,- . Q ' Miiyzr Misliuwukzi-there 5. ,, Cymlicn 26 ul, Q, - C fl Y -H H 5. 43 Cunmrd sf, l '111 111 '1111 11111111 Miiyzrz, 5.13. Central fuiulcrclussj-licrc 5- lv Iiintuwn 41 Mziyzi Mislmwgikii Relays .it MlSll1lXl'llk.l in Coi1fu'ci1cc. ut in UllllYL'l'L'llCk'. l'1OO1l1l1Al4l4 li.-XSlfl5Al.l. 'l'l.1NNlS 48 Qlilmiciign Vuczitirmgil 0 . 4 COHCUYA 0 NU I.CQulAr Immlws. 8. 40 lwirt VVil5nc Central 6 V L, Nammm.C 4 , . ' ' , 4 9. fi L:1I'ortc 0 S Bristol Q fAlIll'.'l'CllCL' play was limitcil lu um- :lily 7 S--11' Rilvb' 53 . I4 Misliziwiikzi mumcy' 0 .Nl1Sl1llNVAll'iLl iq I f, V 143110,-tc Ire, I-l.N.I.ll.S.C. Miituh 7 M1-'11-Qazjjiilrg li . 4 .Q ISMQK-H1Ml11111s mg ia. 11.5. ll Miflialwi mi, s 1-53 '15 1' 1 . 1 .. 5. aqinrtnz' 1 -N ,. S, 44 lf. XV. North Siilc 0 gg Miuhilm 'ftp V1'N'1'11'5'1" M-11111 Q ci Q H Ccntrfil ' 1' " Ii Ii s q if K'l'iu'1fmXY'lxl1 H " ' A " ' ' 1 33 . 4 .. . Mishuwiikii gtcj ' ' ' " " '1' " ' In tnr hth in Cmitciuicv. .S. 8 S. li. Ccntriil .itch ist in Cunfcrciicc. Fam' L'-n1c'11. N1'nc'ly-one iff" . , . hm V 1 . , ,ll 4, , 1 I 1 h I '. f I' I , A . 07, Hbglllllll, z'11 I WFFTQ- DW Thr' 1944 E. H. S. Vursiiy Fooiluzll Squad: Ld! In righl, fron! rom: Cmlrh Hlll'7'i5fJll Hrrlqry, lim GN1111111, AIOf'l'i! Cl1'111z'111, lim I'lollil11111gl1, 511111 1x'1111U1111111, B011 Nzixlnmnz, lurk Dilry, fillfllflll Smak, lurk lV!'1ll'!'I', Irzfing Raxnz, H1111 Srlzriwry Dick lzrdizy, Cl1111'lf's 'I'fI1lll..Y, .-l.vsi,m111r Cuurfi M1111 Rorzzmic 111111 11535111111 Crmrfz S. fl. l,'11111p11g1ml1'. Sn-111111 row: H1111 Halmfx, lVil1A'1Ull' Sfcpliir, 101111 l.i1n'h1'sf', fllflll C111'115ill11, 'l'o11y .-lrlimm, Hill King, I.i11'011 Clurk, Lro Hr1jI1111111, l,'l1111'lz',f Ihlrlirlg, Dirk IX,lI'lIgl!'I', Gnu' Hr1'1'i11g, P11111 B1'111flz'y, lx'r11l11z'y .'llllll'I'SUlI, 111111 P11111 ,l11il1'c':f'11. Thin! I'0It'I Dulr Crafool, .Xl11r1'i11 RIIIIIUI-t'k, Hill Ungar, Dirlq 7vI'0Ilf7, IV1'1111lq Brigfznl, IJ111'i11 Le- 5 Q 'M ri. lnduy, llIL'kI!'. N inety-two Rm'q11z', Frurzlq Hownzmz, Krrznetlz Pizrkcr, F1'1'111r1' A1Fl'1'I.!'lf, Tom N115- I11111111, Craig I"1'yz', lim C111'11111111gl1, 11011 Srllrrs, Ulm .'KI11111'f'1', and Dirk Si111r111.f. l'qUIl1'fll row: Buff R111'lql1n1d, 1:I'l'IIIUlIf Mi1r'11111l1c'1', Tom Sl4'il14II'f, Tom Lung, Hilrold IQIHHFI1, Sian li'u1'lqi11gf'1', 11111105 Bmud- lvrnl, Narmzl Wulzircf, A4f'Il'ilI Kcilh, Rzisxfll IVl1i.vlr1', Frrd H'11Irr'1'.f, Bill Troy, B011 Kuser, 111111 B011 Kimrs. Burk I'Ull'f Bill Wildr, Alllllllgfl Hoff Hirkcrf, IJUII Ifnllrr, Mi1m1g1'1' Tom Ro111l1r1'gc1', Curiix C0l'LlN0lU!'l', .XIi11111g:'1' Walt lVI'f!lf!'I', lurk H1111, M111111gz'1' Gmrgz' li'l11'Ir, IJn111 1'i111I11.v, .XI111111gz'1' li111 lJ11ufrli11.r. Kl'lIIIl'fh Millrr, Jl111111gr1' Byfllll Hlzinrx, Mur- lwm' Killfv, .V111mgc1' Bill Illflllillll 111111 Dirlq JI1111:r11111uiz'1'. K .wi ' lim. ., 'S X 1' . 2 l W 1" . . 5 a Qv AA S f 'Y K. f1!i4ll7l0, gllxlffl. B1'ig1111I, fc111r1'. HOIli!71lllgfI funk Thnlis, g 1111171 fm -f'r1pI11i11 Q. Blue Eugen, 7944 The opening of the V944 football season at Elkhart High School found the Blazers with a young but ex- perienced eleven ready to face a difficult nine game schedule. Operating from a new 'Tv formation, the A .su L l We 'f e s A ' , .4 5, Q ,. - ,.. . J nf , S J' QQN, , a .. S6 fi A NW V .W K X . it Sauk' funk. fe: . gfefiifi Klingcr, lfllfk. so We e 1-f' e W f t All 5 gl. -.s, t X if H Dilc'y,fu1clQ. N if 55" Blue and White displayed a smooth, varied attack coupled with a defense which, although spotty at l times, was featured by fighting spirit and determina- , tion. Even with a bad mid-season slump, the Blazers W Darling, end. W mz'w', buck, fvo-mpiclilz yl. managed to hang on to a sixth place tie in the Con- ference standings. This was a creditable achievement as the Northern Indiana High School Conference has long been judged the toughest in the state. Azzrlwxorz, mrkle. Tense Momenls on the bench. Ninety-three The lflkhart lilue lilazers openetl the W4-l loothall season with a lopsitlecl victory over Chicago Vocational High School. lleinonstrating surprising strength ancl scoring almost at will, the lllaxer squatl showetl eonsitlerahle imf proveiuent over last year's team. llallhacla llicla Klinger scoretl three lirst periotl touchtlowns to leatl the lilazers to a 38,0 victory. lfort VVayne Central came to town as lfll4hart's secontl opponent antl were sent away with a stinging -ll!-It tlelieat. The locals tore into the visiting squatl antl heltl commantl troiu the starting whistle. scoring Ill points in each hall. This game provetl to he a costly one however. as Paul Iiratllcy. regular varsity liullhack, sulleretl a heatl injury anal was lost to the squatl lor the remaintler ol' the season. ililte lllazers traveletl to l,aI'orte for their lirst conference game antl, alter a hartl liought hattle, managecl to salvage .1 fill victory. lilkhart, never in serious trouhle, threatened the l.al'orte goal line on several occasions. hut each time laelietl the necessary punch to put the hall across. In their lourth game ol' the season. the Blazers ran into the South lientl Riley iuggernaut anal catue out on the short flicflh-on .' entl ol a 52-7 score. The Vllilmlcats ran over the locals almost at will anal provecl virtually unstoppahle. lCllshart's only score came on a pass from Quarterhaelt lack XVeaver to l.eo Huffman. Alter holtling Mishawalaa to a Ml lirst hall' leatl. the Blue and VVhite linally suceumhetl to the hlaroons' strong seconcl half attack and lost the game W-ll, With a great clemonstration ol' lighting spirit, the lilaxers rehouncletl from the terrilic heating ol' the previous week to show improvef ment in all tlepartments ol' play. The locals tlroppetl their thirtl straight conference game at Michigan City when the lighting Retl Devils overcame an early lilue antl VVhite leatl anal then went aheatl on a long pass in the closing tuinutes of the gatne to hreala up a 7-7 tie ancl take the game. l-lf7. lilkhart celehratecl their hig Sllth anniversary game with a smashing 32-ll victory over the Goshen Retlskins, Gaining lull revenge lor last year's tlelieat at the hantls ol' their oltlest rivals, the locals scorecl a touchtlown apiece lor the tive memhers ol l'1lkhart's HW-l squatl who were honoretl at this game. Come on, tram: Icf: go! Nifzely-four Melina Edulmf Me Scum Playing in a driving rain- storm, the locals rolled over a hapless Fort Wayne North Side eleven, 44-0. The ln- dians fought hard but the Blazers, playing alert heads up ball, turned in one of their best games of the year. This victory gave the Blue and White squad a perfect record against the Fort Wayne schools, having de- feated Fort Wayne Central earlier. In the final game of the season, the Blazers managed to gain a surprise 6-O first quarter lead over a heavily favored South Bend Central eleven before going down to defeat, 33-6. This setback climaxed a better than' average season for the locals as they Won 5 games out of 9 in their 50th season on the gridiron. Although the Blazers had an average season last fall, the prospects for the next year's eleven stand out as being much better with the expected return of 10 lettermen from the 1944 squad. . ' Spring practice, a good conditioner. The team spirit displayed this year was a credit to the school as the locals fought off a mid-season letdown and came roaring back to top form. The team played well as a coordinated unit with the new "T" formation giving snap and color to the Blazer offense. Coach Berkey worked hard with the squad last fall and his coaching paid dividends in games won and the hard- fought, cleanly-contested games that were lost. Many of the boys who deserve a lot of the credit for the development of the squad will remain unnoticedg they played the part of the workhorse as members of the lowly scrub teams. Managers in zzdion, rlznlqizzg equipment. Mos! zfulmzble, Klinger and "Bef It will be these boys who will combine with the re- turning lettermen to give promise to the prospect of the team which will repre- sent Elkhart Blue Blazers on the gridiron next fall. N inety-fue kr' , Jfafzialoocf Scened The Blazers opened the W4-l--f:f season with a victory over Bristol, W-24, and then defeated limtown and Middle- htiry, two more strong cotlntry schools, 38-24, and ell-52, respectively. lilkhartxs first conference victory was challied up against a surprisingly powerful South Bend VVashington squad which put tip a strong hattle from start to finish. The Blazers finally came from hehind to win, 21-19. The same week, the Blazers traveled to Coshen and ex- tended their win streak over their all-time rivals to six games, defeating them in another close contest, il-29. The Blazer squad moved down to Auhurn to defeat the Red Devils in one of the most exciting games of the season. edging the home team, 5-l-35. Next on the schedule came Hammond lligh, a tall. ag- gressive, hall-hawking team. The Blazers came through again to hand the Wildcats a 21-22 defeat. lfllvhart chalked up its second conference victory over l.al'orte, -fl-28. The following week the Blazers trounced a well-puhli- cized Michigan City team, -lfl-55, to chalk tip their third straight conference win. The Blue and VVhite quintet came hack the following evening to defeat the VVarsaw Tigers. if-42. Playing top-notch hall, the Blazers remained unheaten hy overwhelming a strong Mishawalia team. -ffl-23, for their fourth conference win and eleventh straight victory in the I94-I-45 season. The Blazers went down to their first loss of the year. losing to a tall, hard-fighting S. B. Riley squad. 59-33. In their next game, the Blazers met a fast-improving Ft. Wayne North aggregation and won, .ill-25. Un the following Friday, the Blazers took on a small hut fast Nappanee team, winning -fl-35, for their sixth confer- ence win out of seven attempts. Taking their second road trip to Ft. Wayne, lilkhart was upset hy a strong Ft. Wayne Central five, SX-51. The Blazers' next game was a conference tilt with the South Bend Central Bears who handed the locals their second conference loss, 48--fl. The next to last game of the year resulted in a thrill- packed overtime contest with Goshen. the Blazers coming out on top, 27-25. The last regular season game was with South Bend Adams, the Blazers edging the Eagles in another overtime thriller, 31-29. l.....l..q11 Tmni in mliun, Ima gn: Iflf' lip. Af'l'lI!'l'V-.YIIX 1'rt1dlce fPtIj'A' off, "Red" helps Hltlzzw edge elf tum Sgua-cf in iqciion TOURNAMENT Flkhart again drew the longest and hardest road to the sectional championship although the Blazers were favored to repeat last year's win. Playing on the first night of the tourney, the Blazers again drew their lead-oll' opponents of last year's sectionals, VVakarusa. After a slow start, the locals trounced the ln- dians, -ll-So. The following evening, Elkhart met the Goshen Redskins for the third time during the season and routed them, 37-26. Saturday afternoon, the Blazers met a small but inspired Concord team in the semi-linals. Alter a hard battle. the Blue and XVhite came out on top, 42-50. ln the linal game, the Blazers met a hard lighting lim- town live. The Iimmies, tourney darkhorse, engineered the biggest upset of the sectionals, defeating the Blazers, -ll-29. The 19-l-l-45 Blazer team was probably the best Elkhart team never to win a championship. The season wasnlt a poor one, the locals winning eighteen out of twenty-two games. Robert VVeldy was named captain of the team and also was awarded the "most valuable" trophy at the annual li. H. S. Basketball Banquet. Next year's prospects look particularly promising as the Blazers have live returning members of this yearls tourney ten, led by high-scoring Tom Kern, tall Leo lloilman and dependable lim Swarts. Although Coach Bob lihrsam's reserve squad lost only one game during the season, that loss cost them the Reserve Conference Championship. They were edged out by a strong South Bend Central live, which remained undefeated throughout season play to take the East Northern Indiana High School Reserve Championship Crown. The Short- fellows took undisputed possession of second place. The second team was composed almost entirely of sopho- mores and freshmen who will be on hand to provide some able replacements for the varsity live in the next few years. Over 500 boys participated in the newly-organized intra- mural basketball league, which was organized last Decem- ber. Maior, minor and bush league teams were formed in Elkhart High School and Central and Roosevelt Iunior High Schools. The Freshman A tealn carried off top honors, winning the High School Major lnterclass League. The Freshmen also played in some out-of-town games against Mishawaka, Nappanee, Madison, and Goshen. .Xt a Fresh- man tourney held in the H. S. gym, the lilkhart boys came out on top, beating Goshen in the linals. llilllilgwgi' tl! 11'o1'k, klfflfllg ilu' ffulls' 110111. .'l11'1'111f'5s 1r11r11l.t, Hl11zz'1'.f gel Ihr' flllllf. .Vifzvzy-.v1-11111 I 1II'.fl1j' Iin.vkr'lfnlll Nxlllxlll 11144: l.r'fl lu riyfzl, fum! IHHH' Xlgr. Iii!! l'f1llr'11mu, 'Ibm IX,!'l'lI, lim .X14w1l'1,v, Ima llnflnmn, limi' ll'rlrlx', fjfmlrnl .NlrnA', link lJ1'l1Qv, .Ugly liufv lf.rfv'rg. Burk mtv: Cllflffl lnfm l.rmgf1'llu1r', Iinfv I'f'mm1'1'm, Kffmrlfxr llH1M'r'1', I.'lm1'lr'x lhrrllzzg, Ix'l15.rf'fl Uv!-Hlttllilfllll, IMA' lfmwll, link lf'ml'r'1'. 1519 'Q uf , 'N , msd 1 'Jinx wifi I wxwq frrlfm .Kim Ay gm lark Dflcy, Qlldl' i. ml. E Q if ' sf 7- Hifi XJQQ- - 3 si lei X 9 x Q Q 5 'V s R 27 , v vw - X a""'N-wav 'l'UH1 lx'z'1'l1, yllxlfll. ,MA Rlfrfrll ll'1ll1Xm1,mr1, gn lm K' Hv1'dI'I'I', gllnU'I!. ,hw Wauziq 1944-45 W? 43 I A A 1.411 Hfllflllzlll, rcllfrr. N... 4' ' 1 lfrffl iI'z'lrfy, fUl'!l'LH'Il fulplL11'r1,P ' '- In Szmrls, urnwznlhrclzlcv' Dirk Brown om' urzl. Bnff Pl'f771tIl'Fl'll, fUl'tt'lIfI1. SlIOI'f!l'HUll'5, If. H. 5. .N'1'ml11l Tl'1lPl1 .' l5fc'xf1n11l11 .I, lIIl!'l'llJl.fJ Cflxllflfli. Giza rqgainu lf. H. S, NN Xqmlrl, left 10 right, mp row: Scflufllfll, Rfffl, Wfllkff. 31485, HUIVIFYPIUII- linllnnl rouw Hl'1ll'l'l', Ro.f1'11, llffltlffllll, Hugh, Rish, lJ!'IIlllIg!'I', Hurl1f'n1u11, l1'illk1'r, Sfllllfllfli, CIIAIIJI S0l'l'I1,fUIl, Adding another conference championship to the string of victories begun in 1942, the Elkhart High School net squad captured their third straight Northern Indiana High School Conference crown. This win was the fourth championship title won by E. H. S. net squads under the tutelage of Coach Raymond "Hap" Sorensen during his reign as tennis men- tor at Elkhart which began in 1935. Due to travel restrictions, the entire East Northern 1n- diana High School Conference season was reduced to a one-day tournament held at Rice Field on October fourth. Captain Bill Borneman and Charles Walker won the No. 2 and No. 3 singles matches to gain six points for the Um' llundred Blazers: Bob Bugh, playing No. 1 in singles play won two games before losing to Roger Schofield of Michigan City in the Final game to add two more points to the Elkhart total. Charles Schwartz and Dick Rish swept the doubles matches to give the Blazers a winning total of eleven points. By win- ning the E.N.1.H.S.C. crown the netters earned the right to meet the West Division champs. Later in the season the same five players journeyed to Gary, Indiana, and blanked the West Division winners, East Chicago Washington, 5-0. The prospects for the 1945 season appear bright as all but Capt. Bill Borneman of the year's championship squad will remain. Boonemen Coach C. C. Boones thinlies were faced with the largest season schedule in E. H. S. track history at the beginning of the spring campaign. Prospects were none too good, although three members of last year's half-mile and mile relay squads, which placed fourth and fifth in the state meet, are back. Some fifty recruits turned out for the open- ing drills in the gym. The 1945 squad headed by Captain Gordon Stock and built around six returning lettermen shaped up as follows: 100-yard dash--Marvin Owens, Leo Hoffman, Bob Brown 220-yard dash-Leo Hoffman, Phillip Lux, Dick Brown -HU-yard dash4Bob Brown, Bill Troy, Craig Davis 880-yard run-Ken Hoon, Bill Borneman, Keith Hall Mile run-Bill Bohs, Iim Scheuer, Charles Laughman 120-yard high hurdles-Gordon Stock, Iim Swarts 200-yard low hurdle-Gordon Stock, Iim Swarts High jump-Iim Swarts, Dick Brown, Phillip Lux Broad jump-Dick Aiken, Walt Witwer Shot put--Dick Iuday, Bill King Pole vault-Gordon Stock, Burt Boomershine, Max Reyn olds, Maynard Schenk Half-Mile relay-Leo Hoffman, Bob Brown, Gordon Stock Phillip Lux, Marvin Owens Mile relay-Bill Trop, Craig Davis, Bill Borneman, Ken neth Hoon. Hrurwz Sf7I'lvl1Ii the qm1rff'r. "Cork" l'Il'tll'.S' the highs. Hr'-mlm, film fri: for ll h!'1Il'!'. i I' I 'Adil E ..., LLTV- fi Y? if 'V 'S .3 If, Blazer truck Sljlllld, always in molion. One Hundred Om' .Jmueu of 1944 liolsteretl hy the return ol six letterinen, the lillihzirt High School hqirriers rain through their seztson's scheclule, winning eight niet-ts, losing four zintl tieing one. fit-tting olli to ai slow stiirt, the Blue Streaks dropped ri 41?-IV tlt-vision to lfort Wziyne North Sicle's "Cross Coun- try Kings". 'liht' hgirriers oyerwhelinetl l.:iPorte, li-45, and Mishn- wnikzi, ll!-5, helore encountering Fort Wztyiie North Side :intl another tlelieail. W-IV. The lilue Streaks :itltletl to their victory string hy defeat- ing Goshen, Z2-33, :intl Nnppzinee, 15-45 helore losing to Misliaiwtikafs Mairoons, 31-24. l,til'orte iingl Cioshen were trouncecl, 17-42, :intl 18-24, i't'spt'm'lix't'ly. The thinlies gained revenge for ll previous defeat, turning the tzihles on Mishawukzt, 25-30. The Blue Streaks suilered at slight slump near the entl ol' the season when they were heltl to it tie hy lizilxuntizoo, 28-28, :intl sufferecl their thircl tleliezit att the htintls of Fort Wayne North Side in :in untlercluss meet. 40-18. The hair- riers linishetl 4th in the Northern Intliainai High School Con- ference meet at Gziry. Iiin Swihqtrt letl the thinlies throughout the season. Other team inenihers winning letters were Stuart Murray, who llollowecl Swihztrt in nearly every meet, Dick VVylie, at very depencluhle runner. :intl Bill Bohs, Iohn liiluncio, Iini Scheuer, Cliif Murray, :intl lim Dunnick. Hill llohs and Iohn Bilzincio were chosen :is eo-captains til' the 1945 squzitl. flilflfillll .Nnvfmfl lrirrlx . . . lfll' pin A' follnrtxv. Um' lllzflrlrnl 'lv1l'0 Lung legs ill!!! lung .m'1'1l.f.r. fbiamoml Boyne Bolstered by the return of six lettermen, Bob Ehrsam's Blazer baseball squad looked ahead to the spring confer- ence season with high hopes, for at least a share of the conference crown. The squad, with a seasoned player at every spot, gives every indication that they are a power to be reckoned with in E.N.l.H.S,C. play. livery member of the varsity nine played during the fall season when the Blazers swamped a supposedly powerful Middlebury team 16-l and then went on to defeat an un- beaten Iimtown outfit 6-0 and Concord 4-2. Their only loss was to a surprising Bristol nine 6-4 in the last game of the fall season. HVUIVII gfls' .fel for iz sizzler. With lim Swarts, Tom Kern, Red Weldy, Bob Prima- vera, Paul Verhagen and Dick Brown left from last springls powerful Blazer team, the locals look forward to a success- ful season. This year's schedule is: April 20 ,,e,,e,,,e,,,, e,,s,,, LaPorte QThereQ April 24 ,,,,e, ,, Adams lHerej April 27 ,, Washington QTherej May ,e,, ,,,, C fentral CTherej May Michigan City fllerej May Mishawaka frllllCI'Cl May ,, Nappanee fTherej May Riley fHerej Iiir1n'1'y niizlvs, Kern iu11lSuw'l:. ll'z'11Iy wwrs the rack. lily ,ffIlIggl'I',Y, Ill'1'l71tIl'!'l'sI imrl I':'1'hi1gc'11. Um' lluzzdfrd Thru Our school strives to keep this department in step with our other educational opportunities and requirements. Credit in health and physical education is required for graduation hoth hy state and local requirements. Correlated health, salety and physical education classes in the 9th year are lining zlilily .til-rrp: . . . Um' llundrcd Four gcfucalion followed hy twice per week physical education classes in the sophomore year and by daily physical fitness classes for boys in the iunior and senior years. The limited facilities of the High School Gym are sup- plemented by leasing the Y.M.C.A. and Pool and the Uh- stacle Course on West High Street. The well-planned program includes individual testing, rhythms, marching, tumbling, calisthenics, comhatives, com- petitive games, apparatus work, swimming, life saving. First aid, endurance runs and fundamentals of sports. Individual records of height, weight and achievement tests are kept and grades and awards are given on the results obtained. Some very good records have heen made in physi- cal fitness and our course is rated one ol' the state's hest. Huff .myx, "'I'ru' ilu' I?IilI'A'H und rllyrlzm fllNIf7.i Paepaaea fm Me qaiaae More girls than ever before participated in the regular Physical Education program this year as a result of an increased requirement. Classes were held in both the High School and Y. W. C. A. Gymnasia. An effort was made to provide a well-rounded program of activities to meet the needs of Elk- hart High School girls. This program consisted of I10t only body-conditioning activities-calis thenics, posture work. marching and rhythm fundamentals-but also various major sports, basketball, volleyball, softball and badminton. The emphasis in the latter was placed on skill, sportsmanship, and team play and recreative value, with the hope that the knowledge gained might be carried over into out-of-school recrea- tion. In the future, the program will be extended through the school, with all girls taking re- quired eourses. Post War plans in the matters of gyms and equipment will make possible many of the aims of the Physical Education Department. I'ftl,i lilly 7 Hr'1'.f1nl rs. lilkfitlrr lJl'lHUl151I'LlfIiUlI rfrziff . . . t1 fnzrfnzinlou fnlfw. One Hundud F1111 Adams 8: Westlake Co. ..,.. .. A Gt I Trailer Co. ......,,.,,,... .. American Coating Mills ,,,,,e,.7 W. T. Armstrong Co. ,. Atkins Real Estate ,.... ......... L. G. Balfour Co. ....,., .. Ball Service Station .....,. .. Vernon M. Ball ,.,,....... .. Barger Box Co. ........................ . Bathrick Sr Palmer Mach. Co. Bermans ...,.....,.........e,..V...,........e Biltmore Studio ..eeee....... ......... Blessing Band Inst. Co. ...., ........ . Borneman Bc Sons ..,..,. ......... Boston Store ............... V.ve,v... Buescher Band Inst. Co. .... Burt's Lunch .V............. ......... Calvert Coal Co. ...... ...V.ee. . Central Drug Store ,.... ....YYeee City Ice Co. ....,...V.ee......................... . Chicago Hardware 8: Foundry Cook Bros. Dairy ,.,.,,.,,....VV,..,V, Correll Monument Co. ....e ,, Days Transfer Inc. ..ee. .,.,.e., . Dee's Fashions i...,.. .,....... Dobbins Mfg. Co. .... ....,,ee . DofMore Chair Co. .... Chas. S. Drake ...,... .. Dr. Eckerle ..e.,.e......,....... .. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. ,....... . Electric Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Sales at Service . .. Amusement Co. ., Brass Mfg. Co. .. Cleaners ..e,.,.,,............ Clearing House Assoc. Cold Storage ........,ee..e..e,.. Credit Bureau .,,,,.,.. Foundry 8: Mach. .....e,,ee, . Motor Coach ..eee,. ,..eeeee, Packing Co. ..,, . Paint Shop ....... ., Pattern Works ....i .. One Hundred Six Elkhart Rubber Works .,...... ...... Elkhart Screw Products ...... ..,... Elkhart Truth 8: WTRC .............. Elkhart Welding 8: Boiler Works.. Federal Press ...,....,..,...,.,.......,.......... Finnell System ,...... ,...., Garbers Paint Co. ......... ..... . Godfrey Conveyor Co. .... ..... . Goldbergs ..,,...,,........,,,,.,. .,,.,. Handy Dandy .,,...... ...... Hartleys Drug Store . .,,., . Helfricks Clothiers . .,,.. . Herring Studio Hossick Bakery ....... ,..... Hotel Elkhart ,..........,. ...... Hughes Bros. Oil Co. ..,..,. ,,... . W. E. Hutschenrueter .........,...,...,.. Indiana 8: Michigan Electric Co... Indianapolis Engraving Co. ,.,,,.... . International Detrola .J ...,,, ,.,,. , Isbell Lumber Co. ..... ..... . Ienner Drug Store . ,,.,. . lessen Mfg. Co. Iewelers Assn. Iudds Drug Store ........,.,.....,,.,....,.., Keenes Klothes Sc Boot Shop ,....... Kiddie Klotlies Shop ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Krau Coal Co. ............... ..... . Dr. W. W. Lansche ....... ...... W. F. Lilly Co. .....,..,.. ,.,,, . Louies North End .,....... ..,.., Lusher Motor Co. ..... ...,. . Lux-Visel Co. ................. ..... . Martin Band Inst. Co. ,..,,, .,... . Meyer Mortuary ......... ....,. Miles Laboratories ..,,.,,,,,.. ..,.,, Milk Council of Elkhart ...... ..,,., Modern Cleaners ,....,,.. , s,,,, , Modern Pattern Works .... ....., Monteith Bros. .,.,,.,,,,,,,,, Motor Supply .. ,,.,.,,,,. ., Murphy Printing Co. ..... ...,. . 107 132 129 107 107 136 131 136 138 126 107 107 107 136 107 107 107 107 107 143 107 116 119 128 107 107 107 107 144 107 107 107 123 128 107 137 107 134 117 107 107 107 Frank Myers ...... ........ G. Hallett Neale ....................... Newman-Monger Lumber Co New Method Cleaners ............. Northern Indiana Public Service Pedler Co. ................................ . I. C. Penney Co. ............... . Pickrell's Flower Shop .......... Radio Service Hdqs. ....,.. - Rapp Company .......... Rosen Bros. ................... . Russell the Coalman ........ Russell Drug Store .... Sassaman Florists ....,. Schult Trailer Co. ....... . Selmer Band Inst. Co. ..... - Service Press .............. Sigmund Sorg ........ S. K. Smith Co. Smith Motor Co. ..... . Spanish View ........ Standard Tool Co. Stanton Dress Shop ,.,... Star Machine Co. ,.... . Stationers .,.,,,.,,.....,.., ,...,.,,,, Sterling Brass Foundry ..,..,. Sterling Shoe Store ..,,,,.,..., Strom Brass Foundry ........ Style Shop ..,..,...,..,,.,...,.,,,.. Thompson Auto Supply ...... Wally Funeral Home ...... Harvey Wambaugh Inc. ..,..,,, , Waters Sz Wilson Barber Shop Westbrook Funeral Home ..... West View Florists ,,.,,,,,,,,1,,,,, Whisler 8: Sons Packing Co. . White Funeral Home ......... Woodard Feed Store ,,,..... Wrays Ice Cream Co. ..... . Y. M. C. A. ........ ......,... . Zelle Funeral Home .... Ziesel Bros. .... ....,.,, . THE FOLLOWING FIRMS HAVE PATRIOTICALLY RELINQUISHED THEIR SPACE IN THE ,45 ANNUAL IN ORDER THAT WE MAY STAY , WITHIN OUR W.P.B. PAPER RESTRICTIONS A 8: I Trailer Co. W. T. Armstrong Co. Atkins Real Estate Ball Service Station Vernon M. Ball Barger Box Co. Bathrick 8z Palmer Machine Co. Borneman 8: Sons Boston Store Calvert Coal Co. Central Drug Store City Ice Co. Chicago Hardware Foundry Company Cook Bros. Dairy Correll Monument Co. Days Transfer Incorporated Dee's Fashions DofMore Chair Company Inc. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Brass Mfg. Company Foundry 8z Machine Paint Shop Rubber Works Elkhart Welding 8: Boiler Works Federal Press Hartley's Drug Store Helfricks Clothiers Herring Studio Hotel Elkhart Hughes Bros. Oil Co. W. E. Hutschenrueter, Owner, Martin Feed Store Indiana 8: Michigan Electric Co. Indianapolis Engraving Co. Isbell Lumber Co. Iudds Drug Store Keenes Klothes 8: Boot Shop Kiddie Klothes Shop Krau Coal Co. W. F. Lilly 8: Co. Louie's North End Cafe Lusher Motor Company Meyer Mortuary Milk Council of Elkhart Monteith Bros. Motor Supply Company Murphy Printing Company G. Hallett Neale New Method Cleaners Pickrell's Flower Shop Radio Service Headquarters Rapp Company Russell The Coal Man Russell's Drug Store Sassaman Florists Service Press, Printers Sigmund Sorg, Inc. S. K. Smith Co. Smith Motor Co. Spanish View Standard Tool Co. Stanton Dress Shop Stationers Sterling Shoe Store Wally Funeral Home Waters 8: Wilson Barber Shop Westbrook Funeral Home West View Florists White Funeral Home Woodard Feed Store Wray's Ice Cream Co. Y. M. C. A. Zelle Funeral Home One Hundred Seven CCDNGRATULATICDNS SENIORS Fra nk Myers Men's Wear 1n1n1o1u1u1o1u1o1011111111n1n1u1o1n 10 1u1u 11:11:10 1 o1n1u1n1u1u 1:11 Seniors--Pat Ross, Betty Lou Speas, Peggy Cossairt Looking in on things, we find its Congratulations Seniors F R O M J. C. PENNEY CG. hz K Taking it all in-Irene Lux, Frances Strom, Gloria Carlson, Phyllis McLaine, Nancy Wambauqh. Q Understand ? lt's Congratulations to the Class of 1945 from Strom Brass Foundry 2646 South Main Street Congratulations, Seniors of '45 ROSEN BROTHERS Compliments of to Blessing Band Instrument Company E H S Alumni at work in a community business Alice Brumbaugh '41 Lois Moore '41 Maxine Hursh '41 Nancy Iaeserich '41 Marilyn King '45 Elkhart Credit Bureau Inc ' Congratulations! Seniors ot '45 Bill Bomeman, President, Class of '45 Biltmore Studio DISTINCTIVE PoRtRAlts 128 S. MAIN ST. 1: 3 vin in 3011-ini:-in-:nitni--:nil 101:-10101:niuininiu1:mini ali 111101111 nzxlnlnini 1: ini 1: in Congratulations E. H. S. 1945 Class Electric Sales 8: Service l24 WEST FRANKLIN Westinghouse Home Appliances Available in the Near Future Electrical Contracting ci Repairing Consult us on your home electrical problems L. C. KLOSE O. T. WORKINGER Ha'dTl Three Seniors Wearing Dresses from Drake's Hi-School Shop Left to Right: Sally Loshbaugh, Normajean Sargent, Patricia Munsch. Congratulations to the Class of 1945 THE AMERICAN LOOK . . . "You have it. The American Look-That proud air of inde- pendence - it's yours: for whether your forbears landed on these shores ten generations ago, or one, you fell heir to America's belief in the dignity of the human being. That fresh, shin- ing look--it is no accident of birth. That look of open friendliness-perhaps it is your subconscious awareness of living in a country with no patrolled borders and no Maginot lines. The American Look is the spirit of the free horizons that surround you. It is something to be proud of." GiL5'kS.1 60' Glkhafl' sfest Sfom One' Hundred Tlzirtcen L. G. Balfour Company ATTLEBOR0, MASS. CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS, PERSONAL CARDS Represented by- IESSE GREENE, Dcrleville, Indicmcf in-1011ni:-1111011101:-infxniniuifwif'11ni1u11u11n1n3ui1,ixni11111in11010101011-101-111r Come what may We're on our Way To wishing L The Seniors of '45 E The best of luck. Betts fwith thumb! and Nancy in need of help Harvey Wambaugh, Inc Frozen Assets They are assets if stored at Elkhart Cold Storage uin 011 6 OUII SW1 CYUS 6 IIUS UH OO! P tt g th p d th h d t d g Rose, lame, Barb, Gmny and Gerry. You will enjoy crfter-school snacks out our sodcf fountain Meet your friends here Jenner Drug Store Corner Mcrin df Lexington One of those ever loved cusuals made of striped Iunior Butcher Linen. Matching but- tons trim the waist and side front skirt. Colorsg Lime, Coral, Butterscoth The Style Shop One Hundred Sixteen 515 SOUTH MAIN "JS X in han. t r t , H Q to I RK N X li R ., , V , Q ,N f willy 'nf' Lknf pf' 11, ,ff V411 ,f H, 'QW' I 'a QW' v We're working for the future and you Congratulations Seniors Modern Pattern Works "Good Patterns Make Good Castings" Um' I-Iufzdlwl Eight When the lack of something lush to lick up has you ready to drop your cookies, come cmd see us real quick like. BURT'S LUNCH "Home of the Burtburgeru NATIONALLY Abvinnssp ll tho s't"'4lI Evenin - , I P f ladies Home loan: 'nd V0Elle LICENSED CLEAN ERS I x lr or W,-,rr One Block North oi Post Office 1-1011-ini:-1u14130101011-10101 ,noir-1:11:11 Coming or going, Iessen's and their employees heartily congratulate the seniors of '45. Jessen Manufacturing Co. SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS I-Iund1 Feb., 1945 Lest we forget! We had a long winter Plenty of skating on the Old St. Ioe. Hockey too! BERMANS kept the old skates sharpened and did their best to supply skates and skating outfits in face of shortages. Ben Sive and the Gang at Bermans are proud to be athletic outfitters to the swell kids at Elkhart High. B E R MAN,S Sporting Goods 123 South Main Street BEN SIVE, Owner "BUY MORE WAR BONDS" One Hundred Twenty I "I 4? 0Pw02 I mlm DR Offering you health through chiropractic Corner Second and Franklin Fa sh ion s ...To Take You Thru the Day -from "Mom till Night ll! When it comes to Fashions . . you'11 find them at ZieseI's! Styled for every hour of the day-Ieisure at home . . . Iazing in the sunshine . . . active or spectator sports . . . business or war effort activities . . . waltzing in the moon- light. Fashions designed to make "You" the Star in the drama of every-day Iiving! Fashions modeled by the Misses Norma Treckelo, Helen Parker, Dorothy Cross, Mary Lou Niblock. ZIESEL BROTHEQS E11chart's Shopping Center One Hundred Twenty-one BEST WISHES - CLASS OF T945 The Sterling Brass Foundry QUALITY Brass - Bronzoid - Aluminum and Manganese Castings Elkhart, Indiana :irT14li-nininiuiuiuiuinioiui STEP FORWARD WITH A NEW PAINT IOB The First Step . . . GOOD PAINT Ask us for FREE advice on any job you're undertaking! Thampsorfs Auto Supply C 0 M P A N Y Lewan and Lux in a moment with . . . Lots to Say? Of course! We're Congratulating the Class of '45 Lux-Visel Inc. QJAMQ3- .MULLlON. ASSETQQ 4 n 1 4 Q c an 4 1 4 j Q ' Z 'f ' l g-,2 :- P ., ,Aa U Q T ET LJ 3 v ' 7 2 . L T M ' It W' "'W' Af - 9 .f b 1 MEAD - , E f . 1,3 ' 1 7 X Qi ' Q-6 , ya -X qs QQ' I N A ...Jav-.-,1.. . iii l .,,,, ., .gQ1E-s, I , , ,, ,,,,,, X 5C.HQQl-if Q . 1 Q ,, - ..... .,......,, ,M ::,,:5. .I 1 Nr., M , , I. 'Q .H Q N 5 ' 'B MEEUNQ M V'A ' Q -- .-- Q5 - Q J V E M ., ..,. ,, A, f . , mw,.i, .L E .. b X, Y - I 'X , YL ty X Q 5. .lr '- it A t K v JQ ....... N 4,-iw-'V' N-f----Y'---'U - Y i K I Q. W X V f 1 ., Q X It, -FW fu- W I fl' 1. ,J limi X, M , , 'i,..l.:fpi , "," T1Q.ifff-'T"'iT"' w 4' al ,M . .-..,.,, M, A X 4 4n..,.,:..,:,: Q cf ,X V- V V . xxx xxx 'Q 5 1 ....:,,,,, ,.,,.,.,, ,..,:.: : N D S ' LL 0 A K Www 5' K x , E -..- 1., A me c. sa NT AU T u o mx T AT 1 v E s -.1 :av E Y xmmxcxfas TL.m.T ,A-Lumxmum IDOUbL'E."UUNCi ,,.,.,.,,,,.,,.,..n1,,,.,, A. .,.. ,.,,., f ,:.,,,, 'P " Foss. sc,1..xoos.-5 - - - - 0 be-.c:Awsz ---- -x.zcau'r QVENTXLATKGN CAN be CONTROLLED m ff' 'fA Av. X . X Amosr Pr:.Ac.Txc.A.L.. MANNQR EY v-ouwrar-xc N ue. F1OLL.EDN'5HADE5 A HALT-'95 CALQQDETA1 LS QQDousbuz. GLAQS womb Ima MEETWG mms T I ffwqim J, , V l !,V..,:5,l35'.-W V Y-Li' V' A' 1 V L. E, A L. U Ml N U Nl fg :.,A .:.A,.:. 1 AA,,., f ,.A2.. , ,.5 ::.,.,.,...,,. AA...A. , .:.,.. Q :.,. ,Q Wx N cows GLA DE SO Eb-'51 LY 0 ' . V --'Zh --A,: '-A- ' - - f,. . ,'G"""""'k2a zz, .. . A g m as 3 on Tuaxn. NON-,METALLIC O , uni SHI! 5 ml ga . , :II J J XVEATHER s-rmppmca THAT A ,,,,,,,., ,...., 7 ,,,,.,1 0 :.. .,,., ,,,,,A,,,...,,, , , W .,,, Inlv ,:. .,1,,,h V b A A. A "" ' Cun..D CAN OPERATE Tuam 024 5 3 " 4 vm4ouT DIFFICUL-TY' ' ' - - Q ADLAKE Apumsmum -,I l -if ...,,,., ,.,,,.,,.,- .... 7-wmv.-M N ? 5 - LA U N G I N D X f A v r I ,,.,.,,,,4,,.,.,.,,.,. N , .,,: . .:., .,.:., 4 . A,..A.4. i Ame. A SELF- Lxqu x UA.-f x Ncs f "',. ' 5 F 5-C 1 V Y : ' A L-U M W U M ,4A,i:,.:, 1.: , ,, :.,.:. ,E., , 1,::.:.:,: , ,.:.:.,: .:,,:,.:,,1,,., A N D l Doums.-1-lu NG ' -----' :1.A, .,::i.: 1,:::. ' ,.... ,.::,. :,: ,,:,A,1.: .,.1 ,., :1 :.,:.:,,A,,,,, :,. A ,A,:::2A, 1 1:.'A:. ..,: ,:::,,,,, Dil TA! L.. f-:: -V" Q ":2f 21' N-1: Plzzz :2: V "sg P. ZE: quul z l N 5 T LIT. DA M 5 AVNDQ ELK umm mo., u.s.n. S. A. ROHRER R. D. RINGENBERG Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class at 1945 Congratulations to the Class of 1945 Elkhart Pattern Woruks "Patterns that Perform" Princeton cxt Taylor Phone 978 In Your Cwn Words . . Our 'bergers are better and our irosteds are first. In our own Words- Congratulotions to the Seniors of '45 Handy Dandy Sandwich Shop OI-IddT Sally Loshbczugh, Millie Wright, Ruth Ann Sears cmd Marcie Hile gathering for that biq feed. Remember to Buy Yellow Creek Brand Hams, Bacon, and Ready To Eat Meat Tastes Fine Any Time Elkhart Packing Company Elkhart, Indiana Om' Hundred T ly Congratulations and Best Wishes Elkhart Jewelers Association vin: ings: In our own words . . We say-we make the finest Martin Band Instrument Company Mr. Wenger and the gang rehearsing. "YOUR SCHOOLS" Did you know that the annual series of the "Your Schools" programs Cand it means just that-YOUR Elkhart schoolsl is one of the best planned, best compiled and best performed school programs on the air originating from what is designated in radio parlance as a "loca1 station"?' Did you know that the annual radio spelling contest series has created Widespread interest not only among the participants and their immediate families but among radio listeners in general in this area? Add to this the broadcasting of special events programs originating in Elkhart schools, together with the various sports broadcasts, and you have additional reasons why you should tune in WTRC The T:uth's Radio Station 'There are over 650 "local stations" in the United States. 1889 -- 56 ears - - 1945 of Constructive Community Service have earned for the Elkhart TR TI-I a distinct place in the daily life of the families in Elkhart and throughout the Elkhart Area. A welcome visitor each Week-day, this newspaper is respected as a good friend and a reliable source of information vital to your family's daily life and needs - National News - War News - World News - and, best of all, HOME NEWS of friends, neighbors, commerce, industry, kindred interests. Th lkhart Truth One Hundred Twenty-ninr Th1s year when it's homes for War Workers or tomorrow when it's vacat1on mme REMEMBER ANY PLACE IS HOME IN A SCHULT TRAILER Larger, roomier - more luxurious than ever before - a modern Schult trailer is the last word in a comfortable, convenient home-on-wheels. Generously proportioned . . . Cleverly designed . . . Skillfully engineered . . . to provide a maximum of living and working space. An undreamed-of-degree of homey- ness and comfort. Interior arrangements include private bedrooms, dinettes or davenports-you'l1 find IUST the set-up YOU want, with lots of drawer, shelf and storage space. Ready right now! Step up and pick yours out at any Schult dealer's! YOU GET MORE IN A SCHULT Tops in value, a Schult trailer offers you better design and engineering, more usable space, better heating and insulation, more restful beds, finer finish and furnishings-for your money-than any other trailer. Don't take our word for it - inspect a Schult trailer at your dealer's . . . You'll see why there are MORE Schult trailers in use today than any other. SCHULT CORPORATION IFormer1y Schult Trailers, Inc.I "Wor1d's Largest Trailer Coach Manufacturers" Compliments of I. . Whisler 8c Sons Packers and Wholesalers of Home Killed Beef, Pork, Smoked and Cold Meats Phone 59 Dunlap P. O. 677 Elkhart Demand Whistler Brand Bacon and Ham Un: Hundled Thirty -ini 11 -101:1:01--itliugnniniuin-init1-nuioxuiuiuxnim 1 1 1101 ui ni 1 ,,J Rent a Finnell Floor Machine to do your floor scrubbing, Waxing and polishing or rug shampooing. We also have a complete line of floor treatment and maintenance products which include: Waxes, Soaps, Rug Shampoo, Steel Wool Pads Sealers, Cleaners, Dishwashing Compound, Hard Soap Finnell System Inc. ' Est. 1906 ELKHART, IND. Pioneers and specialists in floor maintenance equipment 11 1111111 3 1 11 13 11111 13111 1 3 1 11 11111 1 1 1311101010101 111 31111111111 1111111111 11111 1 111 11111111 V 111111111 1111111111113 111 1111113111111111111111111111111111111111111 11113 11 1 111: 1111111101115 PICTURES GIFTS GREETING CARDS Q 1 PlcTuRE FRAMING 5 5 ! i Q G1 b ' , a r e rs g Q Formerly The Elkhart sign co. Q Q COLOR HEADQUARTERS g 224 so. Main sf. Q s l !1111i1:l11i11ll11 1111111111: 1 11 11 1:1 11 11::11i11l1111 11 1111111 1111103 11,301 ininiuiuiui Ona' Hundred Th y Elkhart Screw Products Company, Inc. Plum Street and E. 8c W. Railroad Producing for a Speedy Victory 4.ini--101010101--1:,Logo11,11:ia111fini:fxuiuiuiuiuni--101:ni:ri::initiiuiuiuinioioi Buy U. S. War Bonds Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Northern Indiana Public Service Company drvcl Tl11'r1y-two From every inch of cr great industry, come- Congratulations to you, Seniors of '45 Dobbins Maufacturing Company Modern Cleaners and Furriers Phone 444 "Always Dependable" Call and Delivery 425 So. Second St. fini:-11:11'init-:ui-111r1u1u1u1u1-11:111111n1In1uin1u1u1u1u:u1111: Congratulations and Lots ot Luck to the Class ot '45 Custombuilt Woodwinds The Pedler Co. - - - Elkhart, Ind. BUY MORE WAR BONDS AND STAMPS f if Our sincerest Best Wishes for the success of the Class of 1945 American Coating Mills Co. O H a' 1dT What's Better Than a Bunch of Beautiful Babes? tttt Doughnuts from The babes'-Selly, Ioan, Marcia, Normaiean and Pat. The Hossick Bakery 604 Harrison Street Compliments of Godfrey Conveyor 0 I-I d dTlz Company How Elkhart Girls Pack "Ration K" for the Army You'll find many Elkhart High School graduates work- ing for Uncle Sam out at Miles Laboratories these days. Many of them are Packaging "Ration K" for the army, and thus are per- forming a valuable service in helping to win the war. For an army, someone has said, "travels on its stomach." Sometimes our fighting men have to live for many days at a time without being served hot meals from regular field kitchens. At such times their supplies of "Ration K" enable them to provide their own meals and keep up the strength that is so vital to their health and success. The navy uses "Ration K" too. Recently an Elkhart sailor wrote, "l lived on these rations for five days while traveling in a box car across North Africa. Was pleased to note that about half of the coffee was packed by Miles." The production and packing of coffee and lemon powder for the armed forces are Miles specialties. Millions of packets of these two products are being turned out each year. When they can accomplish so much good, it's no wonder that Miles employes are proud of their efforts. Everyone in Elkhart should be proud of them too. MILES LABORATORIES, INC. Established Over Sixty Years Um'Hu11drz'd Th y Elkhart Motor Coach Corporation City Hua Qfineat x9l'lJlll'eCl The place to go . . . For the brands you know .kv. . .:5 5 r r ., , riir lu' of GOLDBE R G S oonossao e. u-lunwacn-4 C z l SE : Congratulations to the class of '45 65 .X . :'i S bxts A V EN f Nm Kr 5 a M ' Mmm X my XX Q wx Q X I Q x X xx A 'N z,f1,m , S. .N X ...... Q ,, A A, A M xx 5 . I Lx ,MX 11 f. ,gm sf 3 :N , Q A 'SS I I A 0 have borne this FINE OLD NAME Since 1875 W FINER PIANOS 53, BEAR IT AGAIN Af A A Q' Jasc French K Sous s Piano Mfg. Division a H. K A. Selmer Inn. o Elkhart, lmlizum QL AA - --'A 't" , 3 S M'-f wwww Om' HlllldI't'l! Thirty-111'nc' Our Best Wishes to the Class ot '45 FROM THE Elkhart Amusement Company Operating ELCO - ORPHEUM - BUCKLEN 10141:n11u1n1u1u1n1n1n1u14101411:1u1u1u1u1n1n1n1n 1- 91411013 1:1111 :n1n1n1n 1 11:11 Congratulations and our Sincerest Wishes for success to the Class of '45 Newman - Monger Lumber Co. 210 East Jackson Boulevard undrcdF0r 9 The big names in the entertainment world will shine brighter than ever when the tensions of all-out war have ceased. And great new performers and great new instruments will take their place in the spotlight. Ready for nationwide acclaim when the war clouds gathered were the finest saxophones ever to carry the name of Buescher-the Alto and Tenor "400's." The few artists who had a chance to secure these Ao of " I superb instruments discovered a new musical thrill. For the first time they had a saxophone that responded instantly and dramatically to every desire for full musical expression-that challenged and encouraged them to new heights of musicianship. Such saxophones will be ready for you when Buescher craftsmen can lay down their war tools and again turn their talents to fashioning America's finest musical instruments. 20556115.30 5Zfue5Lne E All the Banks in Elkhart extend to you, the Graduating Class, their best wishes for a new world of opportunity when the signs ol peace shall appear on the horizon. Prepare now, for that clay, better to fit yourself into new fields of endeavor Elkhart Clearing House Assoc First National Bank First 0lcl State Bank St. Joseph Valley Bank MANY ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HELPED US IN OUR OFFICES AND IN OUR SHOPS DURING VACATION MONTHS SOME ARE STILL WITH US. The 4-F Turret Type Fostermcctic. Their records bespecrk of the fine cooperation between Elkhart High School students and an old time local industry. FOSTER DIVISION INTERNATIONAL DETROLA CORPORATION. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. ELKHART, IND. DETROIT, MICH. One Hundred Forty-three Dr. Lcmsche and Barbara Smithers '45, VISION . . . The doorway to knowledge Guard well the precious vision oi your children. Through their eyes comes 83 per cent of their knowledge Dr. W. W. Lanschei OPTOMETRIST 513-U2 SO. MAIN ST. cl dF0rly-four' l- ' i ' K' " .1.-l' ini.: ...- HC.. '11 -. , " '. ' ' ' 2' , li. fl! ,- ,iii .bfi 'uw' N"'-' fr .ul A f 21 A f. ' . ' ' , "- ill!!-ZW' Di QSMSK. - O Pbmmw-'Rye gloria fx zbgrff ' L?JN?Sf?'2E2QboQ1 X ' ,nr 1-4' 1?L.be.rrq- Source, -xvx-,fm-,CaQ Gif ' 13.5-Hi-dxfc 4-FB btw KWH f Q 1.1 f' I mx qreeos- suppov-Keri! P 0 X Egiziitoiwiwagi Qbggfiil y V gif D 1- DQS ' G Z RSX Oi MER! ES Q Q god WMI L Q f f fa ,QW QSQ ff f wf MW W I9 QF fn jX HQ It QA if 1 QR YQ? 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