Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

 - Class of 1954

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TO ELKHART HIGH Oh, Elkhart High, we will be true Forever to your White and blue, And in our memories will remain The hope of coming back again To wander through familiar halls: Remembering what the heart recalls, Rememb'ring games we watched or played And happiness in friendships made. The mlny lessons thlt we NClC1l'IlCLl The teachem for whose help we turned They sxgnxfy a task well met Cut school clay memorles hold IU truth The Joy that IS the flame of youth Dear Elkhart I-hgh we pledge to thee Our fa1th, our hope our loyalty School Hymn . , 4 Q , , V f ' 1 K I y These are the things we shan't forgetg Y , , . l I , kfhe Pennant14nnual 1954 fyfj M O ELKHART HIGH SCI-ICOL ELKHART INDIANA ,Q 4 I V. I-X: A' , M., fi, I f I xx, 2 -Qu i IXX X 1 5, X X "f 1 Q XX, , x X 'iii -..A wxsw xh' 5 I , S I 2 x 1 ! i if I 'tr---3 es .,,. , -Im ' I TE Q -.4 T ELKI-IART HIGH SCI-IDOL ELKI-IART INDIANA iese 24265 af 5 Q77 gf am mfhzfs' dilftilll leak. . . em i4Zdflff9' . . Pages 48-111 zzcdwkffbs. . Pages '4-86 011452625 dill auf! hldfldg. . Pages 112-155 MMS Pages 48- 3 ximfs Pages 8'- 0207 ARE LEARNIN The library is a good place 'for sfudy. The whys and wherefores FOR TODAY A D FUR T0 ORROW of a water pump in Physics. Pal, in deep concentration. XX'e live in a world of books, through which we go exploring, seeking answers to countless questions. Through observation, experimentation, and just plain "hitting the old books", we gain new and amazing experiences and enter into a world of knowledge which we never knew existed. Long, seemingly endless hours of study leave us tired, worn and exhausted. All of these things are forgotten, however, in an awareness that all our learning is a preparation for the future. H56 OUR M NDS . . . Seemg mafier many hmes magnnhed ls 1+ oak or maple? We 115e ou1 II'llI1L1S III 111 111y L11t1erentv1.1y5 'Ihe xc1115 of 1 1e.1f thc lIL1QI1l1'ICL1 tells of 1 5p1der XX'e 5tudy the5e 11111 n1.1ny other dct1115 of 11.1ture lb 5ophon1ore5 111 hlology 11.155 1C1lIl1f1Q t11e x 11ue of bLlCIlf11'lL study 1I.I1.Q11S11 tc1Lhe5 ex.1Ltne55 IS our Qfdlllllllf workbooks 1'CqL11I'C the knoxxledve of nmny hne po111t5 The5e 5111116 xe1b forms and pronouns xx111 beeome 65561111111 Ill our L11111y V10I'1C Wlfh t11e study of 11 fore11,n 1dI1l:L1d.QC such .15 lrenth XX e 5tuL1y xerb forms .1nL1 ten5e5 here just AS we do 111 1111111511 L11155 Perh1p5 the 111o5t Xl1111 study of 111 lb th1t LonLer11eL1 v11th t11e h15to1y of our own Lountry SIIILC o111y xx1th th 1t b.1L1Lqrou11d L.1n uc heLon1e lIl1C11lL:CIlf L1t1.4cn5 of tomorroxx l 1' 1. 15' - 1 . A . ' 1 - , 1' L ' L ' - - , , ,,'f L L L , 2 7 , , 2. L L V. .S ' . L . 4 ' 5. - H- -- f f , 4 A ,L L L, e 1- , f .1 V V , , . . , . Y f 7 , , 5 , 1 5 1 L L L 7 V, i - a ,k . 4 , . 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V - 452, A I - 5 , Q: K ' v AY , I , HQ' ARE CREATI E AND SKILLFUL A -'fe But hands can do useful things too, a ' A creative. Our typing classes, our vocation' our s, and also many of our activities, like the work ie s hool newspaper, and in speech Workshop, tr r n' ble fingers in doing a job efficiently and W a ds ' min- ister in the dispensary giving comfort . s reli 'ng pain. ln radio workshop, hands turn on a tape order at the exact moment. Our hands obey our nd in carrying out the functions that we wish to perfc i . You're on the air! Busy hands putting ou+ our Weeldy. Hands fha? administer in fhe dispenser Y A s+i+cl'1 or fwog a dress +ha+'s new. Creaiive hands achieve slrillful resulls. Chem. no+ebool:s-where nealness and palience coun+s. ..v . 6. ! -. Hands can do many things . . . useful hands sew, cook, work for others . . . creative hands make music to glaclden our ears . . . skillful hands make a wood block for Ll program design . . . careful hands achieve neutness in L1 chem. notehook. Golden notes 'From musical hands. jzlldlwg. . .THE GoD.G1vEN TooLs OF MAN Trained hands make a cake a thing of art . . . expressive hands, that betray one's emotions and personality. Our hands, are they only lovely ornamentsg or are they made for: tools, creators, molders of tomorrow. Sliillful hand s-a rfisllc results. 15 x Xvorl-:ing together, our minds and hands show self-expression and individuality, as well as achievement. Our aspirations, nur courage, nur desire to learn . . . these come from our minds. But the hands achieve the skills our minds have dictated our hands Create the beauty our minds dream ofg our hands obey our minds and our hearts in many ways. Together our minds and our hands help us to edutatie ourselves. English a subject that challenges English Literiture is 1 eourie th it eontuns mueh tfltlili thoueht and Study ot ehinges throughout the yeiri is seen through the eyes or i'11TlOLIS poets intl noxeliits This eourse offers lLi1llief1f,,L to the stutieritb tor thouy, eonsieierition mei ivpreemtion ot irtistie vsorkmmship Amerie in Iiteriture md the turidimentils OfEl'1gilSilf,,l' n dr1m1t1c5 mei yournilism The literlture find grlmmir ire elch OHL SCIT1LSfLf COLIYSLS A x iluible course for both eollege preparatory studentb and those plmnirig, to enter the busineas vyorld is offered in this OHL 5CITlCbtLf LOLIYSC of Vkfltllig, l'11fI'1flOH dC'SLI'lPf1Of1 lllki source themes mei the Study of the mechinics of writing tie signed bisie llly to help students to express their ide IS in their xery best mel most reuiahle form . ' 1 . ' ". - , . . 1 .- ' ', - . - , f , ' ' D i 4 J 1 ' 1 ' 'A 'J ' A 1 vht, ' 'L' 1 il 'if' -1 ' ' L I I. "X .i 'L 'L 4- 4 ' 2' i 'ill .ire ottered in this course with special courses in speech, L . A ', 1 i 2 i . ' A 'z ' . 2 1 2 A 'Q 4' ' ' , 1 ' I i Y. a t ' , ' i ' 2 - ' . 1 .' f A Y A . V ' ' h S- Y A -L v . . 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A ' L 1- ,L -its, - ' 1 L A neeessary .lnel useful course' in typing, is required for those xx ho Ire going, to enter the buslness vsorlel We lelrn how to vsrlte business letter nn the eorreet form wx to tlbulzte ne nLLLSSlfy llefOI'S lnYOlYLkl ln SLC retlrl xl vxorls v lg 1 slslll th If I'LqLllI'L eontrol of both the mxnl rm hlntls Transcrubung from shorthand notes Practlcal tralnlng for the buslness World Clerucal prachce gurls fetal magazlne sales resulls Dolng Ill sorts ot other. work mel lelrnrng to use business l'I'l1Lllll'lLS lDel the LlLlfli.S performed by general elerlell xxorlsers n thrs eliss tor eomrnerelil l'l'l1lOI'b C lerlell prietlee ls ttxxo mour urse the hrst hour ls 1 e room ellseussnon vs here pupnls learn new mlterrlls The seeonel hour rs mule to ht the stuelent s seheelule so th1t he 1111, spenl sOIIle tune rn IH othee sxhere he gets prretle ll problems rn othee FOLIUDL Y , A . , , . . . f. .L 1 v'.il ho' 4 ag L1 lull the Tyiin ist 4 A "s ' . ' Ae . l f-'Q ' l co 'l.1ss- ' " L'-el. ',"x . 2 h R A 'S ' n ' .lf 'K Lois s+ar+ fo gel' ready lo begun fo commence fo Lab periners wok a problem SCICHCC g1VCS us an unclerstancllng 24 A LL1I'lOblfy lbout the vsorld lround us wx ls ll'l5flllLLl ln us when vsc were xery young., XX'h1t ns href XXfhy does glass break when elropl ed on the floor v- hxle Flames merely bounce XWe cat frult with amd ln 1t yet other ands vulll ln the llb we mqulrc. and expcrlment ll'l5PII'Lkl by the work of selentlits before our tlme NVQ lclrn the lmport mce of PFLLISIOD mel ne It mes m Hlilxlflf' 1 ehem notebook mel settlng up ID lntrlelte iplnratus for an cvpcrxmcnt l ' A 'I 2 ' ' L J 'aj ' - ' . ' nf f , 1 . Y Y , , kill us if taken internally. In Chem. class and , v , . Q A Av A . , - . A A , A .k A ' A 1'-,'- ll . -' ' . " D 2 ' . ' Q ' L l l K1 ' L 4 '. A I ' . l Hue you exer uonelereel 1 rubber b1llmIl In vxlter Vklllle ,1 lerl .1 would lmmeellately srnle hoxx 1 heuy alrplme em Hy lllee 1 greit sllxer bird' XX'h1le fC1Cl1lI'lg us praetleal exery diy uses of vxhit mc learn Physxes elells with hnellng solutlons of the World about us A brrd A bee a blwde of griss 1 tmy green bud blossommg on 1 shrub rn early sprung these surround us exery day In blology me are made more wx are of thls beauty and ot the mlnuture worlds mel systems of exery hung creature After eompletmg our selenee eourses we begln to re lllze hovx mueh more there rs to l-tnovn and to look at ulth me mel lelmlrltlon rn this grelt vxorltl ot ours xl ln Physics demonstrations help us +o understand Wonders of nature through a mucroscope why 4 ' 4 " float - A 'z ' ' n ' ' 'ge be ll V nl - . ' , ', v -1 - 5, ' . . t 1 4 -. H Q 4 1 Y -- x ' . . ' ' l ' ,Q , - N . .. ,, i V ' X 5 A v K v . ' V5-'L' .L S . . . 4 . 1 , , to many of these questions. l , - . r r I v v . 4 4 . ' ' ' V' 1 B' - X-,L-y v, Q A Qi A A v ' Lei x equal A problem nn Geometry IS made clear Mash, Where mlnds must concentrate Pllelflg 1 l1ne segment blsect mg 1 fI'llflglL vxorlemg vylth g,r1pl15 mel hnellng the bLll.lll'C root of 1 number llllllllif termb to the Llfb geometry student These 1re only 1 teyy thrny,5 th 1t 1re eonelenmeel unto the geometry eourse A serrous attempt lb made to get pupxls to examme all phf1Se5 ot 1 quebtron before 1n msvyer rs lormuliteel To erltre 1lly ex 1mme mel state one 5 LOl'1ClLlblOI'1S 1re two ot the most rmportmt obyeetnes of thus eour5e Thua from m1th vse lelrn to thrnle 'll1lS 15 1 course vyhleh enhrges mtl hroulens the pupnl s lenovyl edge of algebra The mme fOPILS he mtuelreel IH hrst year 1lgebr1 '1re expandeel eonsleler 1bly srnee thu 1elw1neeel eourme tor yuprls eomg to eollege or into helels where 1 thoroueh lenovsleelee ot m1th lb emsentlll . at 1 ' ' ' , ' - 1 4 2 1 ' ' ' YL 'z ' ' 1 ' 1 1 gall are L . 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Expressing ourselves with our hands gives us a sense of accomplishment and appreciation of the beauty of the world surrounding us. Our hands work in co-ordination with our minds in creating music for the listener. The mind is trained and the hand brings the desired re- sults. XY'e communicate our emotions through music and as our hands inter- pret the composer's theme. the listener responds with heart and mind. Hands type scripts Hands mold ceramics Hands make music Furst +l'1e malls belund the motor +l1en Mechanlcs of the mlncl and of the me sq th 1t cy t trlent hls ox n XY'1etl1ertl11s IS true or not 1 L 1r IS more Llc 1r to 1 oy lt s lfL hrs ox n boy gets trunlnze nn 1 sltrll for the future lt l1e lurns to repur 1 e1r In Auto IWlLCl11fllL5 the Wl.lWllS are PLl'lUlfft.Ll to do repur work on their oxxn rutomoblles XX orlx 18 tlone on modern motors A tletirletl study rs mule ot the more lntrlt 1te fDLLl'l1f115lTlS ot the 1uto IHOlDllL C'1rburetors trouble shootung vslth modern st1rtcrs ont qlrneler engines 1nd electrle are vselthng Bee 1use vsel lung, IS l1rgcl5 used rn the repur ol 1uto iles 1 use ot t1e unlt 1 luote l to ox, uety e une In thus 111 1s wee o ILIU ure 1 1 re wur 1re le1rn t Exery du the boys mllornng rn thrs tourse spentl u hour or txxo rn on the yob fI'llIllI1iLf 1 new wru e lllsl st1rte1 tus xe1r hs the You IIIOHI I e vt So A ' . .1 bn "5 hes ' 7 l is 1' c.1r. l ' ' ' ,. '. 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HCv"' Alililclk ' Nthl 3 1 .IIA I.L'NfL'IA 'k1f1'.,.S11p'- 1 ' Cf 1. fwfr., i. N1 ,. Our hands are tools that create things of beauty and also usefulness. In art class we use skillful hands to mold, smooth, and put the finishing touches on a piece of pottery. We also use a brush and paint in making an attractive poster. XX'e combine materials, minds, and hands to create these things of beauty and usefulness. 30 X Shaping a mold. Art class: Z Leflering posle rs. Pupils are given the opportunity in this class to express themselves creatively by working with various media. There is a great deal of freedom in this course one student may be working in ceramicsg another in oils, paint or crayon. Each follows his own way of expressing himself in some form of art. an 'wa ,V ,cw Where our hands find expression K - -vw v .. ,gist f 1 X A 5 ' 1- .X H ' 4 , -f ,K V 2 ,TX 'L-H 5' ff . W - f 1 - f .' X L KV E' 1 " f k'1 1. f . f-, ,L gl X W S' , . 1 , Q K K ,K . 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Secretaries of .mm M. annuwiffri "L air' 5. ,,.L ig IIOI'I1OI'I'OW 34 Preclicing "pots and l1oolxs." So you want to be ii secretary. XX'ell, then il knowledge of shorthand will be necessary to fulfill your ambition. Shorthand is .1 rather technical course and requires special abilityg you must take an aptitude test before going into this class. In the first semester. you learn symbols. sounds and letters. The second semester is given over to building speed and pre-transcription training, imble fingers Typewriting is becoming more important to us in our daily liying. lt is used not only in the business world but also in many Other ways. Typing has become almost a requirement for a successful college career. This course is composed of two parts: learning to operate a typwriter and learning of business and personal forms used in everyday living. Speed tests are regularly given to measure skill. XY'hen a girl majoring in commercial work reaches the twelfth year. she begins to learn Practice malres perfect obey alert minds. special skills in clerical practice. The stenographet and secretaries of tomorrow have two semesters of practical work of all kinds that will be part of any othce job. Not only does she learn to use all kinds of othce machines but she learns by assisting in the various school othces and departments, to work for different types of people. Thus. she learns not only routine jobs but the little things that will help her to succeed when she goes out on the job. Y 1 at ,. 1 W sg -A W 1 ,L A ff " A ,,,, ' ' A '13 I Q s 1 . '33 if 2 x Q4 l 'ls F wiki-'UQQS3 Z a. A YN WH, f Away f- xx -1 'WWW pr,-qpvp A projeci dealing wi+h sound. in practical Ways Having t.1ken biology for one ye.1r. our interests have matured .ind we desire to delve more deeply into some of the fundamental concepts of the living world than 'AXIS possible in the previous course. lfnits of study, meth- ods of 11ppro.1ch. extent ot' investigations. etc., are all vvorked out on a cooperative-planning basis. An elective course. vvorking on rin individual h.1sis on self-thosen projects is encouraged. The rlexibility of the course m.1kes it 41d11pt.1hle to meet needs in the X'.lI'lOLlS pre- professionid tields of nursing. medicine. dentistry, L1f1Ll other biological fields. This course is limited only hy the interests .ind .iptitudes of the students in the cl.1ss. vvhere projects involving m.1ehines may he vvorked on. Etching, s.1vving. riveting. polishing. centering. facing these .ind many other h.1sic oper.1tions common to the industry .IFC performed .lfltl le.1rned in hl.1L'lllI1L' Shop lo. This is .1 good time for the pupil to le.1rn good h.1hits of NYOI'l'iIN.lDSlllIW .1nd industry. .lfltl to he-come .1 vvorthvvhile member of his community. .1nd .it the s.1me time. st.1rt to le.1rn the h.1sic skills. flL'LiL'SS.lI'5' for .1 good performance ot IUg1L'lllflL' shop operations. Another course involving m.1ehines .ind skill is Machine Shop. H.1Ilkl5 .ire import.1nt here. too. .1s vvell .is minds, Precision t.1re .ind ex.1etness .1re le.1rned in studies like these, Where precision counts. ' i If Pflntlflg P3PCI'S afld PI'GgI'3H1S I'CC1L1lI.'CS PIYCCISIOFI Most ot tht work ln this tourst tonsxsts ot prlntlng tht mmy sthool forms postcrs md rozgruns usa! IU 1lI of tht Llkhlrt Sthools wrt md munttnlnu of tht lflliflllf tclurpmnnt md suwhts mtl stu png, tht optrltlon of tht prrntrngb Ill1LhlI1Lb Durmf, tht nrst yur of XOQIUOHII work tht student usullly Lhoosts ccrtun optrltlons md m lchlnts upon whlch he wlshts to spctuhzt during hls sttond yur of son 1t1on1l work Ijllfllltl, tht llst yur of Koa 1t1on1l prrntlnr tht studtnt should bt lblt to ptrform IH, ot tht optrxtlons ntttsslry tor tht Pflllfllli., of sc mol forms md s Ltllllll. trthtr on tht hnotyl LS lxlugn wrtss qhndtr prtss Thus LHIIDILS thtm to work on tht school ntwsp lv w nth ls ut out wttkh hy tht rxnt sho uoys wl o stt ty L lry out ids lH1kL up tht plptr run tht prtssts md dthur tht Ptnnlnt Xwtekly lt tht PLlbl1L'ttlOUS Othtt cuh I'fl ily A ntw hnotxpt muhrnt purthistd this yur h IS Inuit thus POSSlbIC nf ' . Y . ' 'S - S . - kft- R- ' ' ' , l , K. X F 5 ' Q 1 p ' 4 I 't ' 1 ' ' T ' . KL A 1 il Ar Y- AY 'tg-' A 1 fI14'f,L 3 dr' Y A , A ' . ' ' y l - ' -' ' ' "a ' 1 ' L ' '. 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A '7,.' 1 l , ' - Drafting a good line fo follow Like all other vocational courses drafting gives a boy a good background for a professional career Many kinds of industry use draftsmen who and work with engineers on big projects This course is a continuation of Drawing 10 The course is designed for seniors expecting to enter industry Pupils are in class three hours daily The first few vseeles are spent rn learning how to letter and draw sharp blaele lines The work done in the first semester consists of learning to dravx screw threads machine parts cams gears and tools used in machine shop is required to design some small machine such lb a bench grinder drill press or jig saw The pupil must keep in mind that good work will be an excellent recommendation for him In fact many boys go drreetly from this class into industry Building dreams and putting them into effect design machines, plan factoriies and buildings, After the pupil has maistered the above yvork, he ...af W 749' WaHs wnres and ba+fer1es XXIILYIILF llstunlnv to 1 3111111 1 murd SILT, DNN M ll 1 Lss lxstmxng to 11 sxmphom Qomut or lust th1 xxx tlu IXIHQ llutrlnltx 1 11ourx xn b gmm 1 .11 io. " 1, 's' iI'lfL'fL','. Q ' Q tl Q 1 ir .1L'f1L'.l ex criunccs III .1111 io 111151111 - oto 11- .lm N i I-rs. N IOHOQY. 1 1 11.151-5. 5 .1 A. - fomc boys work in .lL1diO, 1 IODOQYJNI ' l'Sf.1lS, -' 1' 1, lm1Ar'1o11111111ni1.1ti I ' ico1l11-rsful1111-1nr1fry5rMr1" . " .1'1w., ' "gon -. .lI5 ' Ar-. s 's ' . 1 . 1- utrmm N clcfrrib would-be elecfricians Miss Kirkland and Judy wlth her boss Selllng comblnes thmklng and clolng The wocatlonal merchandlsmg course ns one nn whlch vxe can both learn and earn at the same t1me An understanding of the steps nnvolved IH a sales transaction of commerclal demand of eonsumer demand and general store POllClCb result ln more ethenent and capable employees as vxell as more mtelhgent consumers Pupxls tal-elng this course are expected to work ln an approved retaxl sltuatlon vslth supervlsron by Judy the sales gurl the mstructor of the course as well as the department head Here the boy or girl learns to make praetlcal appheatron of what he has studled mn class A course of thls type as extremely xaluable to the student Vtl1Ol5Pl3Dfll1'1gtO vsorle ln retaxl selllnb as an occupatxon The student becomes famllnar wlth the correct selllng technuques and learns that courtesy I5 essentlal 1n being a successful retall seller ff Demonsfrafing a casserole dish Homemakers of tomorrow A eourse in home eeonomies is extremely v iluable to my high school girl viho vxill be m llxlflzl, 1 home sometime in the future People usuilly issoeiite Home Economies vvith only eoolting ind sevxing but we delve into most every problem th it we might be confronted vsith in 1 home Turning out delicious brileed goods putting ie finishing touehes on 1 lreneh sum ind prepirinf, p inning ind serving 1 nutritional ind appeiling 1 ire 1 roleets tilt ire undertilven in i Hornemileing elisses lfooe 'ind clothing iroblems of the girl int her fimily ire solved through instructions in these courses. She studies everything, from b.1l1need diets 'ind u lets to lriperies in furnishings. lt .llso gives the girl the ovportunity 'ind experience of working eooperitively with others. To sew and save-we earn ' Home Ec - Coach Jan shows the gurls whal makes I+ run Practice tocla means safety tomorrow Onc loolc it thc rccords is ill thc proof wc nccd of thc i iluc in tilcing, thc Drixer s Trunini, coursc Vcry fcvx students in this Course irc inxolxcd in vxrcclcs accidents or traffic uolitions They hnish with a scnse ot wcll bcing ccrtiin ot thc rulcs 1nd rcguhtlons of driung 'ind ciplblc of hlndling thcmsclxcs in llmost my situltion Wc study in cliss thcn wc obscrxc thcn wc l"I'lLflLL pricticc ind lclrning ot trlthc rcgulatxons vxc bccomc carcful Ind slcrllful drixcrs LllIDll'l1fl1'lc!,1 many un ncccssflry mishaps that occur daily bomc ot us llrcfidy h id our liccnses vc hen ue hci, in Dru cr s 'I runing others of us cnrollcd with thc io vc ol wetting our drncr s liccnscs it thc cn ot thc coursc Truning to bc good clplhlc drncrs is lnothcr s c v on thc rold to fulhll thc sltcty motto c ycu suc n 5 b your own v2:'if"'l YS , - , 4' ' Ay- A A v A 1 i . vi . ' K I V, , ' 1 'I L' ' , - sf .U . Y . Y - . - ' ' - 1 L . A 1 v . ' ' . - rj, W . 1 ' Y . - .' ' - , 6 ' A ' 1 ' . i 5 i 'V . I a ' i 1 ' A ' - ' i 1 3 2 1 ' . .Lf ' -isnt . V. L-. . V. with an instructor supervising our driving. Through i ' 4 ' 4 .2 V - .g ' 1 1 ' ' ' , . ' . N A , A - J z A' ' L " ' ' ' 'nm 11' C. .e A-J A -c ' ai' 1' ,kc ' ' if 'I A L ' ' A Qc 7 ' 1 "Th 4 lite 'm .1 141' c' ' ' Y" Bench work flmshlng polishing a perl of every machine shop rob D1l1gence brmgs cleslreel results Mlehlne shop ellsses offer boys three txpes ol ellss xx orle xoeltxonxl mxehlne shop III both the ILIDIOI' mel senlor yexr meet three hours eleh elly mere 1 boy lelrns slelll ln L1Slf'lgII'llLlI n s lnl IYLLISIOH struments see xx h1t IS reeyulre on txe oh mese ne tr tllxen lurrne e lsstune me to oxxel hx r uw LllSLLlbSlOD on the 10h mel the xx orleer s xttltuele toxx lrl ns xxorlx hrs emp oyer lne hrs Ielloxx emplo ees n suop e lsses eleh ox xxorles on ID rnexxlee 1 proyeet Mlny boys lexrn to Illllxf. tools lbllflllg thls year some of the tools made by the boys xxere exehrbnteel rn the ehsplay else on seeonel floor They mule 1n rmpresslxe arrangement grxmg teachers and students xx ho elo not lxnoxx mueh about the xoe 1t1on1l elasses In these ellsses hovx ex er boys lelrn more than the OIWLFIIIOII ol mzehxnes mel the mllelng of tools 'Ihey rlso lexrn eooel lublts of VKOflsIT1df1Sl1lP they learn to exlet mel most of ill to teel 1 sense o wrlee l1Ol7 xxell elone 45 ' ' L ks. ' vu ,. ,, k- ,Ls Lvll . . ' . y :.- D .y 2 .i Trlps to industries in Elkhart give the boys a elmnec .1 e'hane'eA to ssc what is accomplished by' thcsc boys. to i A- ' . 4 el I A e. 'Il A A -lel ips A ' "" . 1 ' A A .lrc 4' e '1' 'lt .',' ' 'Q I Ill"'e ugoy Ax' A V, 'Je ' z" 1 ' " I ' '. A I . I 'A ' A y' A.', lie' ' . 5 I , I f y 'IA in I :I rl. .r.' -y h n' 1 . A I' ' I z.l . ' ' A A. Effective Lnvlng class the study of human emotions SPCCIHI electlve courses Home Ec A demonstrahon of new materlals at Drakes Loxe hate anger fear Joy sorrow these are our bailc humm emotlons We find out hovx to lun mth other people studying lbout Qhlfllftl' behlxlor 1nd perionallty I EHLL tru Lnmg vue learn about vxhy vse thlnlx md 'ict as vse do To knovs a good prccc of materral from a poor one how to Qeltct good qulllty and what new mitermls lrt on tht mlrlxtt Home EC teuhei us these prcparlng us for our ovrn homes and our lob as homemakcrs . . 1 v f 7 'v V 1 1 . c l . f -. ' . . l - y y ,. L gli", 'R' 4 '. . fl "- Y, V V. ,f , t 7 ' '4 1 . r .. , , 2 K ., .V 4 '4 i' ' k" W ' 'ik 1 fy 1 . . I Anne cadet leacher gets a lrHle prachce are cuecl to SPCCIHI lnterests Bu ILl5L vm lools xuth rcspttt and xdmlratlon It our ovsn teachers and beciusc vsc want to help others ltlrn ur plm to bccomt tefrchcrs of tomorrovs VUL lurn proculurt rn glass than COfDCSfl'lCfl1I'lllOfPflLflCC for uc lre nom C rdtt 'lcuhtrs Our Amcrrtan Probltms tcichcrs do ucry thrni., they cm to m1ltr thc course practrcrl Thq brxng nltronll mtl lorll uc.nts into tht tllxc cllssrs on htltl trrps Smcc tht school rs lust ICFOSS tht strut from tht City At mxnrstrltron Burltlrng, rt IS usy for us to XISII the courtroom mtl su lrtual snssrons of Lourt L15LS Burnt, prcstnt when 1 Last IS ln scssron tlarr hrs xxhrt ut hut lurnrtl rn books about ILISULL for mth ml for 1 American Problems Going to court . Ax. 4 ' l - ' ,Q . , i , ,L ' "1 r ' ' Y ' 'Q 4 ' A ' ' ' z . daily class discussions. XX'hcncver possible, they . .Q L . , . Y . . li v '. . ' g i .h ' ' L W ' .n H., . 1 .' , .- . V l - 1 . ' x . B ' - V 'A A ' '- A. ' 4 t rll. Our Hearts . . . Indelihle memories, impressed deeply on our hearts, recall a year rich with pleasurable happenings, as well as with learning. Dances and parties with our friends and classmates . . . plays and concerts that give us a feeling of pride . . . games that thrilled us . . , club activities, events and affairs that hlled our days and evenings . . . and iust plain gab sessions. Huw well we remember them. And tlirougli them all, and under them all, and most of all, our hearts are warm with the iiiys we knew hecause of the people with whiam we shared these shining hours. 49 Doyne presndes advlsory councal Bob Rlchards autographs for fans Boys League By the end of October the Boys League officers were elected and presented to the boys at a general meetrng at which Mr Mrllmer spoke to the group on the qualxtles of leadershrp He stated that the habits we form now wlll be carrred on mto later llfe At the close of school last year the Boys League received a S100 award from B nal Brlth for outstand mg work ID the field of brotherhood Soon after school opened ln the fall a brotherhood commrttee was appomted for the purpose of findmg work for the needy at Chrlstmas trme ust before Chrrstmas vacatron the Boys League sponsored a coke party m the cafeterra for returmng college students and for the boys of EHS who are mterested ln going to college In March the Boys League sponsored an all school assembly Bob Rrchards famed pole vaulter was the mam speaker In response to the plea for money to fight polro e Boys League held a dxme llne on anuary 16 1954 for the sole purpose of ra1sxng funds for the March of Drmes In February the Boys League and the Gnrls League worked together on plans for arrangmg dancmg lessons for all rnterested EHS students These classes were begun the last week rn March Officers vlce presuclen+ Jlm Eger secretary Marvm Mlsh lun president Doyne Glassburn treasurer Bob Kelly ie y ,f . -1 K F ' . . ' Q hk,y ,:ki,,:.:i.4. A7 I J . . l . . A V l A . Y l V . . ' . .7 .- ' , . s 7 ' J ' ' , ' 9 l ' ' 1 ' w ' , the Trudy meels Dean Roberts SIUCC the Grrls League under the sponsorshrp of Mrss Dorsett IS prlmmly 1n Instrument of gulelmce 1ll tts etryltres n fl e1r o 19951951 were pllnn e toys 1rd tl1e go1l ot helplng glrls Olheers for the year vnere IWI'LSlLlC.Uf P1tsy P1ul wee preslelent Arlene 1 trelsurer M 1ry ID Ruler seeret1ry 1 Grlllo The Aelxxsory Counerl rs 1 representmye group often glrls eleeteel from e1el1 el1ss plus the presrelent ot the all grrl clubs The group meets onee 1 month 1nel dlseusses tl1ose questlons mel problems pertinent to 1ll the glflb ot Llleh1rt I-hgh behool At least onee elurrng the ye1r the members of the Counerl report to girls on tl1e funetlons ol the Ie1gue LlLlI'lDg 1 l1ome rOOm meetlng The hrst 1ssembly helel by Glrls ICIENLIL vms 1n ln n n aber I IL otheers lffLlTlW e to use IS m1ny glrls 1SPOSSllJlC on tl1e W eommlttees rn the Le1gue Patsy conducts a council session Girly League Among League lCflXltlC.b for fllL year vsere orrentitxon for lneomlng sophomores fieulty te1s helel onee 1 month jLlUlOf 1nel senior eolee p1rt1es to lnform grrls 1bout proper sttlre for elfrss aetnltles the Adxrsory Counell pot luele supper OCC't9lOf1ll mixers after sehool 1nel ellnelng el1sses An l1our progrim b1seel on brotherhood and 1ntern1t1onal frrendshrp was gryen It vxhreh glrls aequunted xxlth other Countrles expluneel tl1e hte ofthe people rn those eountrres Through all of rts act1y1t1estl1e Gxrls League hopes to proynele El elemoeratle means for 1ll gurls to express themsely es Omcers lefl fo r1gh+ freasurer Mary Jane Rader vece president -i 1 Q - 4 V ' Y' 2' 1 v' . ' .5 ,J 1 ' , y A ' 1' ' . ' ' . , 0l'.A'Ll"'4"l leyw f ,- 3 r el -C , y A . 4 y 4 in . K- . V., Rilibl 'LS ' . L ' JL C 2 ' Z I " ' L '. Silly' Arlene Raabg president, Patsy Pauly secretary, Sally Grlllo. 4 - V ' 4 y 4 4 ' ' 1 K r A Y' ' Q 7 ' . Ar X' , ' e ' ' T ty st.1ll11tio o Oete A JU. 1955. ' ll - M " J 4 ' yr-tl - ' s- - .e . I . .. .. -- . , A ' ' 'S '1- cl 1 ' . J Preslclent Gordy takes a vote Student Counczl L L The Student Council ofllcers and sponsors The Student Counell I5 an orgamzatlon of students exrstmg for the sole purpose of lmprovrng our hugh sehool 1nd nnlemg us better sehool entnzens One student representitne IS ehosen from eaeh home room to serxe on the Counell The tvxo tmcher qdusers bome of the obyeetnes of the Student C,OL1l'1Cll are the follomng to dexelop cxtlzenshlp leadershlp Confidence self rehance and to promote good vnll among the students and teachers Meetlngs fire held onee 1 month when everythlng from elelnmg up the sehool grounds to xmproung per sessnons ns dlseussed No problem rs too llrge nor too smlll for them to undert Ike Regullr eommlttees thlt tilee elre of assembly pro gmms iw lrds POlDf system md hill tmthc wxorle together to Llffy out their duties One ofthe biggest projeets ofthe year xs rfusmg money for the forelgn SCllOl1I'Sl1ll7 students lor the lust fue who haxe been ehosen to eome and study ln Amernex In return our students go to other eountrles to further thelr edueltlon The eost for the two students to eome here IS S1000 Colleetmg thls ftmount requlres mueh ettort 1nd eooperltlon Another of the Counell s lutxes IS to help orlent IDLOIUIIICL students eleh yelr through the use of hind books 1nd gulded tours ef s . 5 ' 7 I , ' " ' ' 5, ' Y 2 r ' ' 1 t ' ' 'L ' ' f - - Q ' - - - ' ' V ' 1 ., 1 'L ., ' ' ' , 1 . . Q ' ' AL- . . .5-1 L 'v.': - K. , - .- A A - U lr! I YH -R -5 lv MC MY. Kauffman and MY- Uljsllkf- years, we have had one or two students from abroad A 'A 1 4 74 ' l A I 1 1 l , Az y A I Q A: l . .H . , 3 . , 1 A 2 - . - ' . - ' - . , , . ' ' ' ' , . 'N .N 1 ' 'f . . ' A e r ' L 4 . - .1 ' . - X- ' -' .7 . . Z -' 'L+ K A .- . A . .A 4 ' ' 2 ' '. 2 V ' l. The cabmel volces an opunuon van:-.W Judy Rush flower show model Y Teens 'Io grow IS 1 person to grow ln frnendshrp with rll peoples and to grow rn the knowledge and loxe ot God are the goals of two hundred and twenty hlgh school Y Teens The regular Thursday eyemng meetrngs haxe been the elub These rneluded 1 plrty for the erxpwled ehlle ren of the Elkhart Center rlnglng bells for the blly atlon Army during the Chrnstmls season L0flLlL1LflUg a dlme line tor the Mlreh of Drmes md ptrtlelpatlng 1n berrxes Around The Worltl the mtermtronal X XX C A trlendshrp proyeet A demonstrmon ot 1 modern d mee lLOOlxlI1g school gnen by the lndxlnl ee Mlehlgln Lleetrle Co 1 hl r styllst x prnel dlseusslon on brotherhood and 1 flower show presented by Westyrew Florlsts were only a few of the yarled and rnterestxng progrxms of the ear The yelr wouldnt hue seemed complete wnthout the bweetheart bwrng which w IS held on lebruary 15 A reeognltlon tea and rnstallatron serxlcc concluded the projects of the elub Members of the Y Teen eabmet were presrdent bhlron Kmybrll uce presrdent Judy Hoffman sccre tary Trudy Crovcall treasurer Noreen Martrn sgt rt lrms bally Beayer program ehalrman oan Olsen publxcrty chanrman Erma Petrfer scryxce and dey otronal eharrmen Mary o Huss and Judy Vance asst uce presrdent billy o Brown asst program ehurman met Drllon musrc chalrman Sharon NX'1ll1.1ms Mlss Nancy Stahr rs Y Teen sponsor A f R . l F ' X .Q V fu ' , XV. W ., A , E' ax 'iii fe f ,iksi y V' ', S ' .' Q .. V , . . , f. . ., , , A . v A A v v 4 1 v. . A v , v l. A I L , I A 4 g v . C V, I yv as A - .. l A vu v ' L f. L-.. . . . V' . V ' ' .L ' ,' , ,' .1 , :, y , AI startlng pomt for the several scrvrce proyccts of the . N N K . - k . . 7 A ' y . . 'k V ' i I D D V' A N' A Y . ' . . . . 5 L 1 - 1 w A- ' ' L N 'A L L Q L , . ,, . . a-L . ,J "L g ' , ' ' t . . , . I V. A Av . I 'r ' ' ' I . ' ' A. ' ' ' I ar '. A 1 'ga' 'A ' .ll Il ' 'f ', V- ' ' 14 ' :""1..1 ti jar ' 1 'l ' 1. A I Llsefte tells of her homeland French chefs and e good supper if Le Cercle Francais Le Cercle lrancars was organrzcd for the purpose of offermg students the motlve and means to Improve ln lrench conversatron and to obtfun a more thorough understanding of France and lts people It establrshes mternatlonal frlendshlps and creates a feelmg of understanding toward peoples of other countr1es Mrs Ay ery rs the sponsor of the club and the olhcers are as follows presrdent oan Olsen yrce presldent Marvrn Mrshkm secretary Mary Lou Kinsey treasurer Myrna Sheets The club rs made up of students who talee French others are merely nnterested rn the club s aetnrtles The meetrngs are held on the thxrd Tuesday of each month Thrs year me have had some rnterestrng programs Mlryln Mlshleln told us of his tr1p to Europe and Pltsy Prul showed us slides of Germany and other places Lrsette Paternotte told us of the contrasts of our country and Belgrum her homeland Some of the clubs aetrxrtres rn yyhrch 1 lrench club member may participate are helpxng wyrth the spaghettx supper smgrng Chrrstmas carols oy er the P A system selling at the Gary Emerson glme md plannxng the Une Solree Pranears vxhreh ns the mght when mem bers of the Ireneh Club present an entertarmng program X . . A .T ' . -. '- 1, ,, f . ,' ,. ' 4 . 2' ' I I A4 2' 4 4 1 L L 4 ' ra sh 4 I , A A1 1 4 . ' . , K . - , I I A . , . ., . . Y 1 , . . . - Y . . t . l . A l v.l . . . ,K : , V . ' 7 Y 7 . - - - v. . v . - . - , , 4 . . , 3 9 7 7 I . 7 . . .- 2 11 L ... - . Q- H -1 - ' . , . V r, 4 . . " 4 , ' ' ' ' t , , . . .. ' .. . ' , ' Ls'f".' . 1 -' 1 ' A -A 4 A A v 1, f 1 A . fy 4 ' The Spanish Club en+er+ains. Ofllcers Left lo rughl secretary Trude Campbell president Tom Brunner vuce presldenl Rosemary Lusher freasurer Andrea Mahsoo EI Czrfulo Esymmol The purpose of El C,lI'LLllO Espmol I5 to slloyx oppor cunltles tor nts members to lezrn more tbout Sl mlsh speaking peoples through y lrxous letlyltles The programs mel letnltles were pllnneel so th lt the slogm Ahorl sn que el munelo es ehneo Qnoxx xneleee the vxorlel lb getting, smxllerj IUlf,,llI he i rexlxty not only tor the elub members but also for those bptnrsh students vsho Ire unlble to be IU the elub At eaeh meetmg dinner mel plrty the bpllllhll Club h is heard speakers from other countr1es Mrs Ellenns Peru Nir mel Mrs Zlrrna Eeunlor Mr Kageyama 1nelNIr Nobe iy tn Mr Elser Spam A Chrlstmls party mth a plnata a pre game supper yetr the elub sponsored the est lblxshment of .1 Spanlsh Honor boelety Snxty hye members meet the thlrel Wednesday of each month If 3 si rn the elfeteru staff meetmgs are hrst and thnrel Irnelays elurxng homeroom " A ll ' ' z V' . ' - L' " ' 'L ' ' ' ' I . " , Y A ff -1' . r. -.jmtg . '. Q I xy '-.v my 4 1 I 4' L' ' ' 'I "4 H, '-' ' , H A ,L H ' U A and 41 fiesta we-re special events. At the close of the 1 i' r V l 1, 4 ' .A 4 l . .' y .1 Af the Thespnan banqu 1 Tfzeypzam The Nitlorml Thtbprln SOLlLfy is an IUIILI' group of dramatln studcnts Tlusc tra mcmbtra from tht W15, pomts to bc Lllglblf. for II1lfllflOI1 lt tht formil bqnquct The outstflndmg LNLDIS of tht yt lf wart ID ourmght Omcers Ief+ io nghf Uree Fox Al Alex Jane+ Newman trrp to tht drimttxcs nonfarcmc at Indrana Stitc Tcuhcrs Collcf,L xt Ttrrc I-hutc fmttcndcd by elghttcn Colltgt on Icbrulry 15 Tha Thupmam irc mnual sponsors of the all school plly thus yur thty gist Tha Nxght of muary 16th . 6 ' g .- 'k -' , v , ' . , A ' . K L ' -N - . A - . ' L . cr- . . . . ', ri- ,L 1 .,.i . . t .,K . . ' .. 'N' Cue who have accumulated thc required twenty mcmbcrs and chapcroncsg a drama mcct at Ball State ' ' ' A Y' ' ' A ' 'L ' L ' . Q A ' 5 ' 2 , . 4 ' . ' " I N L 4 .1 ' ' ' Q Our va rnefy show success Left +o right top Betty Metzger Ardlfh Buda Nancy Drake Jane Lord Trude Campbell Fred M1sh1un W1 cg T111 yur aloud xx1t11 t11c tanth 1r1r1111l torm11 bm qutt 11L11 1t tht Hottl E11C111rt Vk11Lf1 tl11 but 'llnsplm 11 15 .1v11r11111 tor 11011111115 tht moat Iomtb 111111115 thn year C1r011r1 Eur and A1111 Ann M11lcr rccuwd 11r Stu umm 111 ts 1 rt ruuut b Alu Tl'LlC1t. CIUIPLUL11 C lfO1yD Lycr 0111 Gr1yb111 Nilf Ann Nlxllnr 11mt XICXKIDIH 1n11 13011111 111 XYr15,ht Cue Wag N Cue 'I1lL V015 N C111 Club lb t11L st1rt1n5, pomt for 11' stu tntb 1n I:Hb 1nt1rLst1d 111 11r1m1t115 It lb 011111 to any mtudcnt 'Ihc t011ox11r15 .111 but 1 tux ot thc the 1.01 C ll tar ot t11L Izuttrn Sflf .1 C11r1st11 1111 Lnt1t1Ld 05 to tht XX 0r111 pun t111r1n5 tht IO 111115 t0r 0111 youps 1 x1r11t1 show prutntu t the 10L1r Arts Club In llbflllfy is a 'S' ' . 1 12 I 0 ' r . . ' J I . VA - -, ,' A , , , ' , . I ' ' ' A v , I IL v v, , v A A A-4, -A . - A . ' A A V- I , A 44 f - , these awards. activities of this frouv: Ll CQ11ristm.15 wro 'mm 'ivan 5 1 1 3- .L 1:0 Q. T111'1'. . '.1r1g vc - y A1 for ' 1 Q1111 ' ' ' 1: A Q . 1 ' I 1115 -Q. -. Q. ' fu' ' - 1 -" "f- 'y . 1.y 11 A1"L,L 1 11-." - 1'z ' I ' '1g1 1 4, V , : 5. 1 ' :A Q ,- N H S decorales a window for Bro+herhood Week Ll' td Officers left to right treasurer Charles Sums secretary Linda Swrharl president Marvnn Mrshkln vice president Rosemary Lusher Officers left to right treasurer Vernard Johnson vice pres: dent Ruth Connolly president Gary Zllm secretary Chrlshne Slepanelr National Honor Society At the end of school last year the National Honor Society sponsored a boole sale for students who were going to attend summer school classes At the beginning of the 1955 54 school year the N HS decided to grade achiewement tests for the EHS ofhce also the Society continued to tutor students who needed extra help with schoolviorle The members serx ed as hosts for the representatives from the sarious colleges vsho came to EHS on College Night In order to haxe money to sponsor projeets the N H S sold concessions at 1 football game On anuary 9 1954 the National Honor Society held a spaghetti supper in the LHS cafeteria On December 21 the Nztional Honor Society spon sored the film Picture In Your Mind lt depleted the growth of prejudice within the human race The film was shown before the entire student body The NHS sent congratulatory cards to students of EHS who were neither absent nor tardy for a whole semester Those students who made at least 3 A s and nothing lower than a B in solid subjects during a six week grading period also reeeived congratulatory cards During Brotherhood Wfeele the NHS sponsored displays with a United Nations and a brotherhood theme at the Public Library and in a department store phases of brotherhood each morning during home room in Brotherhood Week On May 11 new members were inducted in an evening service The program included short speeches by the olheers explaining the Purposes letixities and history of the National Honor Society On May 75 members of N H S met the EHS faculty it a N H S sponsored tea 'Ihe purpose of the meet ing vsas to give the Honor Society members an opportunity to express their gratitude for the three years spent at EHS ri X- S 4 ' . X - X , fa X W. Y A 1 x ,v V K .f Q . 4 A 1 1 1 , A K 1 1 1 Q 1 1 A , l . 1 1 I Ab L . A . 1'1. K 4 ' ' V, y Q 3 1 I 1 I 1 A . U A ' I ' y A a 1 1 I Y '. . . . A I A 'A A A window. Talks were also given by members on various A ' A C 4 E ' A v , . 1 1 7 " ' s ' ." T '- T h , . . - . . I " . " , ' 1 a 1 1 i 1 1 t V - ' A 43 3 ' 'Qbf is Sclenhsfs an a heated discussion urzzor Academy 0 Sczence The umor Ae lLlLIT1, ot Serenee rn exxstenee smee The elubs rctrutres rncluded tall-es by screntrsts and by t x men ersnw o nr thrs e club members trrps to serenee farrs 1nd places of The otheers ot the club tre lred Blrelevsell presrdent serentrhe rnterest and rndnrdual vsorle on specral Ronme Broun ueepresrdent bhlron Btrtholomevs pro eets seeretlry md Chrrles SIITIS tretsurer The elub toole trrps to the state scrence meetrng If Earlham College the Scr Math Assembly at Purdue Unnersrty the Regional Sclence Farr at Manchester Collebe and the Natronal Scrence Farr at Purdue In addrtron to these actnrtres nn March the r Academy sponsored the General Eleetrre House of 'viagre as an all school assembly The club rs sponsored by Mrss Wagoner Nlembers tool-e tn aetne part rn all of these actrutres and also prepared projects tor the Xlifestrnghouse Scrence Talent beareh and entered the Regronal Screnee lur Mrny lernds of prohtable screntrtlc vrorle are done by the r Academy mem bers to retam therr membership nn the e ub Officers left to rughf secretary Sharon Berlholo mew vrce presrdenf Ronnne Browne presrdent Fred Blackwell treasurer Charles Sums f ' ' F9 'i ag H in I QT.. -4 7' - gi .V A.,,, S . 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' - 'r '- "Q a .- '-" , if '-" , - l . bf- r I C lst LI If XLIFN thC wurwosC of thC SIWCLCI Club h 18 hCCn to promotC thC ClCxClopmCnt ot bCttCr s CCCh Ill to sCrxC 1Sfl1L ClC1r1nf.N housc for 1ll spCCC1 1Ctn1tlCs Durmv thC yC1r SpCCCh C lub mCmbcrs CnrCrCCl fI11Dy ContCsts I nrtlupltmg IH thC lolloxxmg cunts humor ous Clr1m1t1C md poetry 1ntCrprCt1t1on rulxo orltorl mr orxtmrx mll CxtCmpormCous SlCll'xlIl rs H CC IC I S J 1 r t C llC lr tC1m xxon Hrmmoml lmxtmonxl SpCCCh Iourmy In lClUfLIlI'X mbCrs ot thC b1CCCh Cluh o v v C PL rC uC IC lsl1t1NC Assunbly tl C Rtlflfy ContCst tl C Sharon Posey conducls a dnscusslon Speeffz Club is Omcers leff fo rughf Gary Znlm Mulre DeRosa Joan Olsen Sharon Posey Rufh Ann Goehner o1CC ol lDLITlOCl'lLy Contut mCl tu LXWLFILIICC spC1lCCrs mCCt it HoxxC lxllllflfy bChool IhC Club supcrX1sCsmorn1ng mnour1CCmCnts prox1ClCs sIC1lCCrs to 1ntroCluCC 1ssCmbl1Cs lf1Ll mm1QCs r1Cl1o 1Ct1x1t1Cs mcluclmg Tun 'ILlI'l'1I'lblC 1 hill hour C1sC 1oClCCy shoyx md thC Xour bChools sCr1Cs IL outstmClmg sCmor lxx lrC xx ls wrCsCntCCl t tl 1C uCt l y Lkllllgg IVNILL It H X C L CsC 1CCrs an ' Cs N sC t 1 r Z: n x srCs1ClCnt om C7lsCn sCCrCt1rs Ruth Ano C1oC mCr trC1surCr Nl1lCC DCRos1 sCrvCmt lt irms IIIILL lLlClxLflbIll ContCst m1n1gCr Xl C11lCn l XX Cng s msor mC Mr P ul I loxxC 1s 1ssoC11tC spons 'Y J x ' N C4 - 1 . LX . r I I ' 1:0 h. In K. ,gl 1, ,K 4 I y k. A ' , ks ,,.I V lk. l A . K ., . g A I , A 3 ,J ips' . Cl l ' 4 J 'fl M A 1 A K K ' Llkf .l C.1l ClC'Cl.1m.1tion, orig' .l g C r - . A 5 Tl ' -V C h ' V l l A 'l lf CCR .' gb l5LlI I '. hal' ll. lust lull, lI1C'XIWC'flC'flL'L'Ll IQHS SlWC'.Il'slL'fS won thC- hcgin- M .C ' V ' A A mu, 11, SIL-L-C11 Cilulp NA15 gui l -CI by nc sf C-' h tourr Ay .lt Howe Mil't.1ry .'ChoCl gml 111 - oil' 'A J: Sharc l os ' '. I rC-pl lun g C'.u V 'lr , 'iC'C-- fo 11-first time in history, thc lf 'h. t '. ' thC' I - gl . . ' . J ' '. 'Q ' Al -. Mt 'J n A W 4 ' Q als Il'lI'flLkll.1I'Cl in the , "C A , ' 4 . A . . r. I A -. "- rr is 1 l A . "C '. ml . ' ' . IA ppc Q . l . J 2. . 'A ' I JOY, ni? An Informal get +oge+her NFL Une of the h1ghest honors wxardcd to speeeh students IS me111bersh1p 1n the N1 t1on1l lorensle Le1g11e 1n honorary sveeeh soeletx Vxlfll l1e1dq111rtcrs IU R1pon XV1scons1n EHS spmleers carn the1r xx 1x 1nto the Nl L by spcalsmg ln contests xxlth other schools mrmng txxentx polnts through serxlee speeches betore ehurehes elub IDL! 1ssembhes IDL! hx sl e1I11ng on eertun types ot' rldlo proeruns Prospeetne members must 1lso h1xe 1 h1Ze1 st1nd1rl ot contest eth1es 1 h13,1 se1ol1st1e st1r1ehng 11111 must Iss YIZLI ex11111n1t1ons on the eonst1t11t1on 1nd hx l1xxs of the NIL XNOI'hS fOf hODOI'lfy LiLgI'LLS 'Ihe NH L offers stltexxlde 1nd n1t1on1I eo111pet1t1on tor 1ts 111e111he1's A student eoneress xx 1s hell 1t FHS on Much 50 xx 11th the XII L sponsored The sehoo s re Nresentee xxere lem X IILX ot Terre H111te XX 1rs1xx lsolxomo Del ll Sou 1 111 1tr1 111 ll 1 11rt S1xtx stue ents w11't1e1w1t1e s . , 1 f 21 it 'Z 1 1 1 gl its -'01 -sn Omcers Fred Blackwell Sharon Posey Ruth Ann Goehner The representmxes trom ElLh1rt xxere Mlke DeRos1 Oxxen Ab1I1n1lp 1nd lfllkl. Luekenb1lI Axx1rtls vxere presented to the best s Ll ers 1. 'NJ I I me II 1 ho o members l ' 4 X Y 'Q x F F 9 k- -' V' .' ,L 2 . B+ ' I X . . Q. , I 7 I Q ' x 7 '1 ' ' ' .:. . ' . ' 'n ' ' - , 1 r . -- ,S ' ' ' 's ' 1 . 7 Q E vl Q . 1 e A ' ' "S, 1 H tl L J 'l ' fl ' 1 J pg: "ll 9 Once .1 speaker becomes Ll member. he ! I L . I. 1 A ,Q .K 1 A VI I 1 1 A 1 K Y 'fe V1 ,L ' K 1 , .L 1 - . . .I 1. . J , Q Yf' ,lv . . , I 1 1 1 -11 R A 1 ' ' . 'Q ei V ' ' ' A . 1. '. ' ' . 'Pl '. Q tl ' -'I' "k ' lie i Cler .I. Clol nh. City .lnl Iflk- Th1 1 . ., meets o ' .1 111o1 l 111 the me of ne of the I. . QQ' I' 3 i' J 1. "1. Ai. A A deve Camera Club Members Camera Club The purposes of the Camera Club are to dewelop an interest in photography as a hobby and to talee pictures of various school actiwities The club was organized The officers were elected at the beginning of the year This years officers were president Roger Perleins vice president Arlen Troup secretary treasurer om Compton The sponsor of the club is Mr Morgan The Cimeri Clubs WI'O'l,,I'llllS ire eentereel irou e x irious soeiil ietixities in oreler to gixe students 1 eh mee to buy pietures ot their oven soeiil exents Thex h ue xxell eeiuipi eel elirle room Tie elub met itter sehool on the seeonel intl fourth Thursdix of eieh month The elub ilso met during homeroom on the first mel third 'lueseliy of eieh month Jo F e A 4, l 1- 1 "Qi '.Q 'QI u -t. nl i ' v' ' ,W , 'tk K A . 1 '- ' ,' V 5- -il , v . ,dv i - , for this purpose last fall. their own camera, their own speed light, and .1 small. . , , , ' ' . My h '- -' i 1' , ' 4 - , g ' ' - 'A A , J . ' J 11' 'e ' . - ' r 5 A ' n rf, ' ALA Bob runs a prolecror H Officers Bud Golden Larry Neely Joe Ullery Hosea Jump Arden Morgan Vzmal Edufalzon The X l5l.1ll FClLlC1C1OD Club stlrtul thmp rollmy, thls ycar by tcachlny, itudcnti md teachers hovs to Opcmtc the prolcctors ic yy ly ol lctryxtlcs tu c u Wrusnn C 1 C .ulmnssxon moxxc Niagara Falls ID tha .1ud1tor1um Studcnti lttcmlul thls moxxc Clurmg study hill pcrxods It their mhoolxxork llloyull thnm to Tha lLllTllSSlOU tu moug xx ry lor the wurpoxn of rusmg momy for tha c ub ThL Xml: Club mums rugulirly ucry XX ulmsdly Clurmg, homnroom PCI'lOLl thc Club mcmbnrs formmg 1 homeroom group Tha ofhccrs were Llurnl ln tha mulullc OffllClI'jLll'1lOf yur Tha othccm thus yur lrc Bob Lltlxc prawn cnt larry Stow yxcc prmldcnt Roger Pcrluns secretary Rxchard lxllblsc trusurnr in Xl8L11lltlLIClClOD C lub unllur thc Clxractlon o 'Nlr Nl itnr hul bun glll to Lontrlbutn to thn yup SCSSIOUS xssamblxcs ml to sum tha school nlxsscs by lfflflglllyi, tor thu usa ol hlms md projcators r Tk wg f , , -l l iff, C s Y l ,K r, om-1 My 9 ,S . 4, K-V 4 .. 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A 4. , . mul '."'V..l-lby1-tcl.p.1il - .-1 Q 'll ' C " 'L L n ' ,.. 1 m"W"-Q U S- Secretary Judy Rohr Pres: ent Lynn Comer Vice Presiden+ Faith Bourdon Treasurer Barbara Lantz ea honoring Dr Roberts Among tht highlights ot tht ,CIF vxtrt tht formll tlntllcli lflI1Ifl1flOI1 tht CllI'lSfITI1SPlI'fy mtl tit stiool on tht first ini thirtl Wfttlntsiiys of txtry month lirst XVttlntsti15s xxtrt busintss mtttings xxhilt thirti XX ttintstiiys xxtrt profrim mtttingb Pro gruns thib ytir intlutittl in originil Thinltsgiving s it istu ly ot LNIISC O tproyttt tow lrti vshith txtr mtmbtr tontributttl wt to htlp on flflllly togtthtr tun 1 trait to XXVI RC intl 1 tootl titmonstrition it uhith tht mothtrs vxtrt gutxtx 19.19 M 1 L gtk HA 'Iht goils ot tht luturt Homtmilttrs ot Amtritt irt thost stittti by tht nltionil orginizition intl tit ttiition at t t it ml sitistlttions ot hont miking to tmphismt tht importintt ot worthy homt mtmhtrship to tntourwt tltmotrity in tht homt int in tht tominunit to work tor gootl homts in r ot timily itt tor ill to proinott inttrnitionil go t xi to tosttr tit tltxtlo mtnt ot tht trtitixt ltit tr s iw in homt int tommunity Iitt ind to turtitr inttrtst in homt ttonomits 'N ,. M- ,4 4' "W ,- A nt M' 4 f - .H ' .- X A' d - qv l - 2 i fd ,Q .I L ' I L If I -4 I F 'i Q ., .1 x A 5,6 V 1 . + 'K JT , kb M t 4 D f -- 4, A 1 X 9 F. . . . 'y ' X- A ,vin i., . L '. LL- ' .I , , kf.x- ' .'-kk . 1 'gl ima' , 'Q if 4 ',z l' ' ' ' 4' i 4 4 1' Diititly Date night. Regular meetings wcrc hcltl 41ftt'r constitution of tht' Iotpil tltih: to promott' .1 growing 41p- fl A ii 4 t ' - -:tt -it r pri". ' t' lit 'nys 4 t fl ' S ' 1 -- . . . g . . . , .g . R4 J I' "L i' ' 4 '44 4 'A Y 1 i' " 'yi ' 'Q 1 ti t' 'Ti 'i "y goil 1: 7 A.A 4 'oi A -' ' 13" A 'i A A v'llg li Iwi ' xi'- Q 1 ' Q4 4 A ' I 4' 4 :hr ' '4 i' 4 i l' A new dress the topic of talk Dzsirzbulzve Educalzon The purposes of the DlbtflbUt1YL Educatlon Club are the Club Scrapbook and udgmg of Wlndow Dlsplay to dexelop successful leadershnp rn retalllng to help flub buslness meetings are held tvsnce a month Pro students make tn mtelllgent choice ln the held of retulnng where thelr abllltxes mly be best used t encourage self confidence and to encourage the use of hlgh ethical standards ln buslness The club has aetne membershlp IU the state and na tnonal DlStflbUtlXC Edue ltlon Clubs of Amerxca Th1s last year sxx students attended the state conyentton at tests of the essay ob Appllcatlon and Judgnng of bales Demonstratlon The elub tlso won prnzes on grlms planned for the meetlngs eonslst of talles by busmess representatry es sluts and pmel dlscusslons Concessxons at a basleetball game vsas the club s mam money malsmg project thls past year Miss Ktrl-eland ns the sponsor of the Dxstrlbutlve Edu eltlon Club The club otheers thls last year vsere presndent Betty Beyerly Gordon treasurer George Bullock soelal chalrmm anet Prugh Officers Presldent Betty Ralsor secretary Beverly Gordon treasurer George Bullock vnc presldent Shirley Teeters X' 4 ' 4 2 V 4 I y 4 I 4 V 4 . 4 2 K' K 4 4 4 4 I - 'I' rf A I A v 4 1 4- 4 I . I 4 2 4 4 ' 4 y O I kt' 4' , .pf 4 A v af. 5- P' 2 4 D I '. A 4 I X . I 4 ' 4 - P. I I' I V4 ' . K - 4 - ' Y . . . ' ' , f . I , 'k-1 ' r 'k- . N L- . ' ' ' . - Anderson, Indiana, where first prizes were won in con- Raisorg vice-president, Shirley Teetersg secretary, rs- L- . .8114 , J ' ' ' . Y . ,cg . S . . V: -4 1, 6 l U , Q. A xx H f' L.-4 A ,...a ,. , V,y.. ,,,,Y , .mv , V -L f":a: 1 11 The omcers pam? mo nes vuc res a freas J G-uno res S Kreybnl sec L Forney Pam! and Palelle Club In the neraee Amerie tn hrgh school there ire orglnr zltrons to blflbfy the lnte ests of ilmost eyery student sueh as xrt photogrrphy jOLlI'l"lfill5ITl drftmatres nurs me homemrklng ftthletrcs forergn ltnguages md The oldest ot lll these org 1n1z1t1ons rs the Punt 1nd Pllette Club oremrzed oyer thlrty ye lrs 130 'Ihe purpose of the elub rs not neeessxrlly to lelrn to punt but to lelrn to lppreellte md understlnd lrt The letnrtles of the elub ire numerous they IT'lllxC. CllI'lSfI'I1lS decorttlons tor the h 1115 IT1llxC many posters vxork on seenery mlke program eoyers md io mlny other thlnes Mr lmes IS the sponsor To elrn money tor the trelsury they sold eoneessrons lt the hrst blslsetblll glme of the season md collected setollrshrp tund pry for 1 page IU the Annull haye virtues an ply for ruest svelkers It rs llso usee for sy e11I trlps luke the Xlblf to the Art Instltute ln f hre 11 o The elub rs srnlll ysrth lpproxxmately tyyenty mem hers but its members 1re proud of rt -. Q' .. W ' 1 me , b'l : ' 2-p ., S. B Il: .. . : p ., . lg . .if.,,. ,'-2 ' 1 7 ..2, 21 V V L-. .fs lr. fA - r.4i L Lv Q ' .i '.', 4' t . . ' , ' ,L .JL ,- ,S K I ' Y, 'Q' ,K 'A 1 1,1 1 Q 1 ' 2 - 1 singing, dues. This money' is used to donate to thc foreign ' " -1 242- AJ . fl L." Q , 1' 2 t 'A ' 2, " L"i , 'rn' " "'u'z'. Ii '.'.d 1' 311 KI "I 1 ' .Q ' ' x I. "lied . ' 'Q -17CR-L 5 .Q . V ' A A .Q I ' A L' 1 . 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Fu ure nurses listen a++ nllvely Round 'fable discussion I 'XI L llorenee Nizehtingale L1mp Club is the nursing, elub of FHS The mun objeetixe ot the elub is to develop 1 better understmdine ot the nursing, profession for girls On Iebruxry 4 1 eolleee night tor nurses Vs 15 held Mmy represent1tixes 1nd student nurses from Indima and Illinois sehools were present I N L members served IS Officers vice pres Shirley Massing treasurer Kay Howard pres Shirley Marquerdf secre'rary Eileen Culp hostesses for the eotfee which xms gixen for the representatixes ind the members of the flLLllfy The exening meetings and the tours hue gixen the girls xaluable pointers on different types ol nursing Some o tie progrlms hue been 1 e m onstmtion of new methods in arti heial respir1tion 1 tllle on the vxorle of xxorle ot the lamilx Wfelfare Assoei 1tion in Ellehirt 1nd the hlm lxeeper e thel 1 e 'lhe tour throueh 'lhe Btlffy Me mor11l Hospital If XY'est11lle gue the girls in entirelx neu insiaght in O Psxehutrie 'Nursinle IL e uw ieleee 1 ples it Bristol IU sold eontessions II 1 tootb1ll Keime t in t1e mone reeeix e r m thes IL xities is eontributee the loreiien Seholxrship lun S ei1l ietixities ine u lel 1 wienie s 1 1 Nlot e uehter 1111 in outdoor pie ie ent ot the 1 Nlrs ohnson is the sponsor 3 fu L I 'ml J xl NX I :JD-,:,.',',.i ' ,H . 0, .- ., .' :, L.'k- ,,,' ' X- ,I 2. -f . - f l- 1 J 1" 'A I 2 le - Ll hospital dietitian, Ll talk on the vt - il.m .Q v .A I ll .il 7. Tl"llp"l.p 1 d 1 ,Q 1 1 . 1 ll A. A por ie of l 1 -1' " V 'el t' o . 'ri ' 1 ' -l to A 5 7 ' Q . 5 ' f d. fo". 'le'1ip"':11p- per. .1 Cl1ristm.1s Ilfly, . . h 'r- lD.1 1 A 'l'e'.1, . l . 'nie .xt tl ' - l A -"e'.1r. Plans for the next ushering achvsfy la t,.k V K Omcers vuce pres Curhs Comer +reasurer Julius Boyer president Arlen Troup Uffzzrs Club 'Ihc Ushcrs C lub IS onc ot thc most Import mt scrxlcc clubs IH EHS Thc mcmbcrs lrc xcry busy throughout thc cntlrc yclr vslth thclr rcsponsxbllltxcs tor thc scltlnc, of pcoplc and othcr school 1ct1x1t1cs Thc club llso opcrltcs thc chcclcroom lt baslcctball gamcs Thls chcclc room cnlblcs thc club to be complctcly sclt supporting, This yclr thc club clonltccl thclr scruccs to thc Polio icncht Shovx hcltl on muxry H m thc hnch sc 1 luchtorxum In lcldltlon to hlrcl vxorlc thc mcmbcrs huc fun Each QLIF thc club tllccs If lc lst onc trlp to somc lrltcrcstmc scc 1 blscblll guuc Pirtlcs incl chnncrs arc also hclc tor thc mcmbcrs A chlh clmrlcr xx 15 hclcl at Paulson s Cltctcrll lftcr which thc mcmbcrs attcnclcd thc bancl Incl orchcstrl conccrt 'Ihc club s sponsor lb Mr Coopcr 5 , 1 I A K, t X . En T L " J Q A A - Q' 1 It 7 Q ' A Ja t '--A - W .-'lool A , A S . v . v k' v A , I . Ai V V v 'w . . 1 L' v , . - 4' 'At lr A A 'A Il" at football and basketball games, concerts, plays, Phu' This lur llc mtmbus mme to C Hugo to 1 ."'l 2.K'l L. '. Q ' 4 ' 4 ' , . A S. ' V - ' A ' 4 C 1 ' l' .L .if . - - . . v 15- ' y. f A, f , sl ' A c '. , , 3 I Ai 4 ' L A .A A V. ' ax A ' ' A A I Prachce ma lres perfecl' Officers: soc. ch., Sally Tlwompsong vice-president Janet Louclrsg president, Jeaninne Koonfzg freasurer, Mary Ellen Chrislophel. G. fl, fi . The G. A. A. began its 1935-M programs with the As Clhristmas time approached. the elub celebrated annual initiation. making the total membership for the with .1 party on December 25. To make Christmas year forty members. happy for someone else, the club furnished .1 Christmas Two of the otlieers attended tl1e I.e.1dership Training basket for .1 needy family. Camp on October 3. .1t Lamp 'Iet11mseh. . . 4 , , XX itl1 the start ol a new vear, sports became the main Miss lxendall. elub sponsor. along with the members. . ' . attrattion: the club played vollevball games and in l1ad a Halloween party on October JH. , ' ,. . . . , . . . . l'L'lWFLl.lfy served as hostess to .1 basketball playtlay. Io provide retreation and physital attixities tor girls. the eltib started .1 well-rounded program with .1 The linal project was .1 banquet. .1t whith time awards basketball elinie .1t Kendallville. Indiana. on Detember 5. were presented to members of the club. Editors Nucholson and Talberl wufh 'lhelr asslstanls Pennani Weelly The Pennant Weekly was publlsheel bl weekly elurmg the first semester Begmnmg wlth the anuary 29 lssue the paper was put out exery friday the school prmt shop prmts the paper The stall' worked Wlfh thelr sponsor MISS Kelly every day durmg the second hour lncludeel the Nut lssue the Chrlstmls ISSUL the lumor Issue and semor ISSLILS The staff eonslsteel of Co edltors Pat Nleholson and Shlrley Talbert asslstant edrtors an Goldsberry lney Hosler and Phyllls Pettxt 1d manlger Sue Ehrsam Busmess staif Due Rlee Manager Mllee Happer mel Due Wagoner feature eelltor lxly Blenner asslstant Gxngle Reed 70 Women af wor ad and fea+ure sfaFfs Busuness dal? Ruce Happer and Wagoner -Q Y? ,S4'f,1J lj - ? 7 T ek ' ll x K X lr: . 1 Y AVA T . ' A K , , V VA . A. 7 D' A 1 Special Pennants published during the school year Z . ' ., A ' if ' if .Q . ' e . ' I .4 14. A ' 'I A : - 1 . ', K A' M4 JZ. 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U I film Q Money Geflers and Spenders Ad Staff and Buslness Mgrs 14.44144- , Q u 'mi Co ednlors Croxall and Compton and assistants Pennant Annual Assistant editors work on the cu and album sechons Last fall 1 bfllf of semors began work on the 195-1 Pennant Annual The theme Our hands the vsork we do our mmds the edueatlon we reeelye our hearts clubs sports actlutxes was chosen and the dummy vtas planned Wrltxng copy taklng plctures plannlny, llyouts sellmg ads these were only a few of the miny elllflib of the staff The staff eonslsted of co edltors Cynthla Compton and Trudy Croxall assistant edltors Lmda Svuhart udy Rush Dlek Leyda Sharon Wlllxams Daye Leyda ld mameer Kay Tappero asslstant Steye Messner sports edltor Dlek T1llman art editor Gerry Pressler busmess manager ohn Frye assnstant Don Schutt slles manager Daye Doerlng photographer Roger Perkins Under the LllI'LLtlOH of Mass Kelly 1nd mth the help of many senxor eommlttees salesmen md id solxcltors the book vms sueeessfully eompleted .md dlstrlbuted nn une - 'i X X 5 .f X ,S ' : I xl, r , , ., N ?v V f -, ' I v ,f K K A ' ' I 9 . Q , . , . .. .a , , l , ' 4 .I Y 'A I 1 - y , , , if v . K ,. Y. . . I Y .- .ft- ' - S ' . y - I , . . v' T - y v - 'f- .1 ' ' . 1, .v . . , Q v in , c,.v 1, , . Q K , .. . .1 . , ' '-. ' . , ' . v . , ,t. . , g , - y v V 1' A 1'-, .'- 1 ', ' , . .- - , y V , , . - ..7 ,Q . L I N, 99 i' T' T pe L officers Srandrng oc I1 Sharon Wersi res Nancy Keller vnce presudenf Rose Lockwood secretary Ina Nrccum treasurer Marllyn Shaefer Members get busy on a prorecf Ns 1, xx Trzple L The purposcb ot tht Irrplt L ru to support the. thru Ls Lurnrng Loy llty md LC1LlLI'Sl11P To bttomc 11 mcmbtr of Trrplt L ont must bt 1 1 lor or 1 stnror gurl hut If lust 1 C utmgt aubrccts hue the tcuhcrx tndorstmcnts rn thc prcuous scmwtcr bn utrxc rn If l115t ont othtr Ll b and hun tht 1ppro11l ot thc mtmbcrshrp xtlsraorr tommlttu L Llubs PIITILS mtl ojtnts tor thu 1 lst ur rn udcd box suwtr md t1ru11 put lN ss Srmr rn Octohcr 1 tood btsktt If 'llunlxsgrxrng ml CllI'lSUTllS 1 Qllflbfflllb put, 1 drmc hm ln 1nu1ry Drughttr Tea mtl Fmtcr fuors for tht hospntal patltnts 'Iht tvscnty stun members ot thc dub hold thclr ftglllll' buimcbs mcctrngb on tht hrst Tucsday of utry month xtttr sthool intl on thu thrrtl Tlltbdly lt 7 all rn thc utnrnt, Upon tht rnsrgnltlon of Mus brmr Mrs Blmlk btcamt tht dub aponsor 44 ril - , l ' l: S . c. U . C P .. . 'yr' . I " . 5 . , . V , 54' ?, 2 ki, I ' ? 3 ii ':r-- '1 , 7 -1 "H ' s,n V A 16.14 V ' , - N, 4, . W . ,wr 5 1 ,ff A .X K 'S ' "- 'H' ' at ' ' " .xi 'b ' ',1 A A l. Lk lf '1-, '- 'L z.zx" k',i '.a A la 21 " ' ' ' ' ' Q ' 5 ' i il basketball concession on january 29, 21 Mother- jrnl A, z"1 'Lfl 'inall , A ,, ,, A ,.. , -A. Thi X ,S L . A Pr ' I X, ' - NL. yt - .VA A 7- , . - 2 A Cl A : .1 J J If ' 1 . ' '-ll 1 y tor 11:3 ', . 1" A ' 1 ' I . X. The boys arrange for flue selling of decals 5, , Fi Officers pres D Tillman sec freas B Golden chaplain D Nichols 'Iht stnior H13 rtorglnizttl this yur starting thtir mtttings mtl utiiitits shortly llttr school rtsumgt 'Iht number of utixt members is lourttcn Eltttions xxtrt htltl txxo months titer tht tluh rtorginizul intl Ditls Tillmm xitcprtsidtnt Dwight BL1l'lxl11l'Llf SLQfLf1I'yfl'L15L1I'Lf Bud Golden thmlun Rithirtl Nlitiols Tht sponsors irc ohn Nloriuin ind Hoviirt ontr t iurs 1 ni t Nl it tlub xrtitipitttl in numtrous utixities t wroiuts throughout tht school yur A gcngrrl Hi n trtmt for tht stltt ot n i1n1 s l lxolsomo Nowmbtr 0 mtl 1 Iour numbers intl ont ot tit sponsors itttnttt this tonttrtntt On o htld tht mnuil Tlunltstixini, Ll1l'lLL tht Turku hoi bhortly atttr tht hislsttblll suson tommtnttd Hi X mtmbtrs sold itntils with tht bisl-.ttbill sthttlult inttt on itin i ont ix ir iir L t r ormul its ur! in s n dont lor t L o 10 u t ind rm .1 dimt lint 'X sz- ' V' X X . ' V' " ' f iv ' -' I '4e, - :Y J fl. roles'-' A 'Itl'. 4 wa' ield.1t rl A , K- '- Q -. .Zz 2.2 . .5-t . thu following hoys were installctl tis othccrs: president. vcmhcr ZH. the Hi-Y. in conjunction with thc H7-TL'L'I1S. I ' 'i g 1 'n '- - , 'i ' . 1 ' ' . L 4 V" ' . ' w. i'I i '. . xl - VZ' ' A C. t 4 . The tluh int-t-ts t-vt-ry other Tl .thy 'ght pr' ll tl - . On N1 l.l', rl. ii. y ll, the 'luh .it 'zoo P,M,. in th' Y.. .CQ.A, pt- f A 'Q i. ' r.ii.'i g n Ay ' li- P l' If nl Tl" p.".' ',."'A4k.lHl . . ' Arlisfic temperament gets in the way A hen party rn progress Senzor Clam Play, Pink Magze Hs only play money anyway The senror class play entltled Pmle Magic vm s dellghtful comedy wrltten by Margaret Lee Runbecls. The play concerns the effect of a h1ghly edueatlonal famrly atmosphere on the naive slxteen year old leadnng eharaeter Lamble Prowder Mr Prowder a wealthy anthropologlst and wrrter md Mrs Prowder a most proper hlghly edueated woman do not reallze that a glrl of Lambne s age should haxe not only bralns but charm descrlbed ln the play lb Pxnle Magle Lamble her two frlends I-lofty Evans and Corny Baker and their chaperones Mrs Candee arrne ln Mexneo City to study a summer s art course Horty and Corny the worldly members of the trlo slght out the wzulable males of the clty Lamble awkward shy and self conscious hldes beh1nd her horn rlmmed glasses pretending to be absorbed ID her art xaeatlon Her frnends try to help her by shovnng her just how to act dress and talk but Lambre loses Kumble when Corny decldes to grab htm Then Lamble IS agarn 1ttracted to the opposlte sew she meets Walley Grant 1 n1ce frrendly boy more lllee herself so all ends happxly Lamble at last has Pmle Magxc za ' f fl ' ' I I 1 9 x in 1' f K ,f - W- f fa ' A . A . A .. . , . ,, Va A , A A I . , . J . ' . '- 3 A ' N ' . Q . v ' v ' , . . ' . ' . - . - 1 ' y , , . ' 7 , , ' , . ' ' . . Then she meets Kimble Colby, a Yale student on , , , , ' ' I ' H - ' D 1 ' . . . X y' 7 . . ' . y' ' .' y . - I ' . 7 . L ' D 4 h . . , , 7 I L 1 I . I -l 4 4 1 - I L 1 A . 4 11 3 ' .y . ' . -Q K - 1 . . . , S ' .7 ' . , p , , ,I , 7 '. 4 47 Y A ' 4 A , 1 . 1, , jiff gi .ii 1 1 . 1,1 1 '1 1 V JL' 33 if -if 1 11 55 754 S . 51, ,Y 1 14 uf if ' 5 541 ' ' gf: E N4 4 1 1 ' . 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'ef . , ' ' z . ' , . , d. .J ' : . , , " ,as .Yi . .. ' ,- ,' , ' ' ' Q F , ' -' y . L- K ' ' kk- . v . . . , ' Tm llml0f5 Chow for fhclf theme 3 flight Club The impersonation of Mr. Gill was well received by the V A v ' ' I YA ' . , . . -A 4 A '."z if. ' ', ' .', - . .fz,.t 5 ' .N , A 'z. ' " "5 . 1' . --. .'L- , . ' . . ' A t' - 1 f A i I ' ' -v Mr Gowdy Mrs Holm and the Cholr are ready for rehearsal Elkhart Hzvfz School Cfzozry Tl1t His 51 sthttlult ot txtnts tor tht LHS CllOIfS vt IS untltr xx lx tht t1rst ttxx LllyS ot tht ntxx stl1ool xttr Tht Glrls Chorus tht XllXLLl Chorus tht CllOlI' mtl tht Cnrls Choxr xxh1th mt' tlrst sttontl th1rtl 'mtl fourth hours rtsptttntlx txtrx tlix st1rtttl tht xttr hx stltttmg tht Cl1Oll' t1h1ntt 'Ihost tltttttl to strxt xxtrt Dxxtn Ahpllnllr B1ll Brtt tx lutlx Dtnmtn om Gordon Shtron Ixr1xb1ll Tom Ruhhng uI11nt SlClxIU1I1 Nllfllyfl 5l1llCI' 51ntlr1 S1111th 1ntl Don XX tlxtr Thtrt xxtrt '65 mtmbtrs IH tht EI-Ib thor1l groups t r1ng tht IOM 51 s 1001 xt1r In thtst X1flOLlS thorll group tht stutltnts lt1rnttl somt ot tht ttt1n1 1o nts 1t HLISIL x ls ITILINIC IWPTCCIICI n IL mtmbtrs smg txxo 11111n txpts ot IHLISIL ttrtt 1nt sttular r XX1 1 11 1oxxtlx 1rtttor ot 1t1 INLISIC ht t 1111 1 hr1st1111s tont 1th x t t tr Tht t ttr tttturttl t1t hum IU C lTI'lSfITTlN trtt solo1sts tom 1nttl LllOII's IH t1t FHS 811111 IOIIX CJI'LllLSII'1 IL nttrt htgm xx1th tht ttss tllrlxtnttl 1utl1tor1um 'Iht lltgllfliliil ttfttts vxtrt l3ClUll tt ut 1nt xtllovx llgllts xxtrt rtllttttt on tht humln Chr1stm1s trtt xxh1th xx IS toxtrttl Rlfll boughs of ghttcrmg paptr T t CllOII'S tlong vx1th mtmhtrs ot x IFIOLIS thurth t TOIYS throughout tht CIC, toolt I 1rt IU t1t lflt of Czroltrs htld IU front ot tht Hottl Ellthlrt on ttmbtr 71 Atttr th15 tl CllOlfS htlt tht1r 1nn I CllI'lSffH1S Broltltlst on Dtttmhtr ltbrulrx IC 1or stn1or C lOfl t too tlitt IU tht h1gh sthool 1L1CllCOI'IL1lTl Tht ILIUIOF ll 1 sthools 1long xx1th tht FHS groups 1 rt1t II t 1n th1s tonttrt t C 1o1r 1 t 1 t htstrl 1n fllClI' 1nnu1l tonttrt hx s1n ID on IT r Also on tht C 1o1r s sthtt LI t xx1s t1t ll t r rtt11t1on tonttrt on Nitrth l r111gt t xt g tor tht x IS trx tt t tu IC tht t tx othtr tx tnt htltl 111 llff r 111 Ns t 1 s1tn 1t1 111 s x 7 . . 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C.1tx"l..1Portt' ftzti '.1l Second hour maxed chorus The choir cabnet O Abplanalp pres J Denman sec J Sac man robe chalrman B Bradley freas D Weaver pres of second hour Ruhlzng boys soc chanrman Gor on pres of fourth hour M Gowdy S Smuth pres of first hour Kraybnll gurls soc chalrman Swafer choir ireas Calendar of Evenls Thanlcsguvung Assembly Chrustmas Concert Parade of Carolers Chr1s+mas Broadcast Appreclahon Concert Choral Feshval lnduslrlal Club Easter Assembly Wes+v1lle Concert Nor+h Sade Concert Sprung Concert Chour Concert Baccalaurea+e 78 November 25 December 10 12 Decemb r 21 December 23 March Apr: 2 Apr: 13 Apr: Apr: Aprul 26 May 20 21 May 28 May 30 1953 953 1953 1953 1954 1954 1954 1951 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 Apfll 1e1 Keroup mg, txxo lf1LllNI'lLl1l num ers ol thelr ovxn then the entlre eroup s1ne sexer1l num ers Nir Russel P1xton xx 1s thus ,KITS guest I or Mr Plxton IS eomposer llle IULISIL ellrettor lt WISCONSIN Unlxersltx n Good 1r1el1y tl e C 111 I1ster mssem helore sehool xx 1s tllSl11lSSLL1 lor nts sprxnie x IL 111011 e11n1 to present 1 eoneert If the Normm Be1ttx H0sp1t1l The students le1rnetl xerx mueh from this trm 1nd enjoxeel 1 ellnner 1t tl1e lX11fbl11ll House IU GIF, Inelmnl tolloxxlne their eoneert the ,CIF rexx to ose t1e eholrs he 1 to 1 e 1 re tor their list eoneert On N11x 1 1 1nnu1l Spring Qoneert V115 helel ID the lllgll sehool lULllfOI'lLlIll The eon1b1ne1leho1rs ln tormll lttlre s1nLe exeerl ts from the tuneel Bro11xx1x INUSIL1 boutx P1e1he T lb l3Clf1gfl1L l1st eoneert tor s nlors speelll 1ttent1on vxas zelxen them 'Ihe senlors xxere lntro .3 . L , I .gl . lr I ' Tf ' ,' " . . ' 1 d , .I g r. S. J ' ,Mi on ' Z. E. 'l 1 ra. ' ' ' "1 1 b' 5 b ' l . .if ' Lf lk .K ' 'Q lf 1' kll' ' ' , rect . . if ' 5' . l ' ' ' 1 n - I1 V' " " 9 I U ' I ' 1 , 1- Qhoir g.1x'e' 1 215 ' hly Local Fespval February 26' 1954 Un April 19, the Choir mntle- .1 trip to XX'estx'ille', . . 17 lfllbi ., 1 ' " 1 ' 1 A1 ' 'u 15, K , . As I '11 el 1 ' .1 el l A ' f 433111 If 'f l 19' lil " 7 if ' '- . 1 L'-1lL1f11 21, the ' I ag '41 A .1 ful. l 5 ,I Y ir ff A 4. -4- f. .f, -, M: TS f' 41 I ' ' ai I 1 J Life! L 3 8 if, I 9' -0 6 3 9 3 iqi2ii3'i'3'3i,,,, S ,. Q, Q 1332933883333 22,32-Lin 2 H 6' 9 3 f W i 53 . I 2' "' Q , -1 X .n' 4- 4 wx Y S 2 Nfl 3 5 if 'G ' ff' Q Y I ,Q,?!E,k ,ml , -U 9 g, ix! Z. The concert band. EHS Concert Band Flute: Rose Lockwood, Glen Gould, Dick Holdeman. Sharon Zimmerman, Mae Carol Bowers, janet Fisher, Roberta Aurand. Oboe: David Linton, Cleo Linton, jackie Fischer, Bassoon: jack Linton, Catherine Norris, joan Knudsen. Sandra Haid, David Cox. Alto Clarinet: Faith Bourdon, Frankie Harper. Bass Clarinet: Steve XVhitehead. Clarinet: Shirley Crofoot, Larry Thompson. Natalie Dodge, Larry Fulwider, Claudette Heintz, janet Housour, Shirley Gang, Carolyn Cripe, Richard Nicholls, Mary Lou Bailey, lfrances Wfright, Bob Elder. Dick High. Carolyn Schuelke. Shirley Curry, Barbara Miller, Lucille Helbling. Alto Saxophone: Bob Gardner, Nancy Bushong, Larry XY'ysong, Marilyn Coplen, Diane Kester. Tenor Saxophone: Shirley Patterson, Mary Ellen Christophel. Baritone Saxophone: David Dalrymple, Doris XVilliams. Cornet: Charles Stewart, Richard Sawyer, XY'ilford Ernesberger, jim Searcy, Sandra Alexander, june Shearer, Charles Moore, Kenneth Pearson, john Hite. Steve XY'irt, Eldonna lfuller, Virginia Kantz. Larry XVagner, George Boylan. French Horn: Carolyn Larimer. Herbert Heaton, john Rieth, Sue Zimmerman, Pat Kidder, Bruce Kentner, Wfilliam Snyder, joan Shearer, Baritone: Duane Smith, Terry XVh.1ley, Phillip Crisp, Larry Rogers. Trombone: Terry XY'ampler, janice Rose. jim Murphy, jim Klaus, Terry Ott, Douglas Stephen. Bass: Dale Hoak, David Wfagoner, Gary Myers, Robert Meritt. Percussion: Stan Hess, Dick Mitchell, Ennis Thomp' son, Charles XX'iegner, Ken Larson. Tympani: Larry Sherman. Bass Drum: David Dene ton, Paul Thather. Marimba. Carol Arnold. Evelyn Snearley. The officers plan coming events: Boys' soc. chairman, C. Moore: sec.-treas., S. Whitehead: girls' soc. chairman, S. Crotoot: vice- pres., D. Holdemang pres., J. 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'I 'ng pq I.11LI: Iiol CQ. I - . NI. Ii15I JI 4.3, IIoI IZIIL1. tor II1L- 111151 I'L1otI1.1II 51.1111 1x1tI1 '. 1' I 'J OI1 Cid L ,rip -A HL-rl - H AK Q It ' Q1 K LI I -fu , L 155 I A I' ji' I ' L . 'A u, .IO1 'L 1' '1 i1s1, 1cj U L A ' '. 'ff ' L 'I I ' I KI1 Jani A D, 4' ' Y' L Ll. L- .I 1tI1. Dale VII' A IIIVI' m-If IKI fm ' - I " A H01 ', 'L .Ars , ID.11'1I IJCIIIOII, If ' A 4' L' 1. rly, ll II1'iLQ,Qsk LI-1111 CA Y. I K E Vt kv I ,. lv QL 1 1' -I IL '. I-nik. rI1L- lmnl 1 -:L'nrLI ir: 111 , , , ' LL11 At. 'IL1 I4 Q . I x . ' ' 'orc A Y , K - , 1 L ' . - . , ' . , tk-it 6 ltx A I 1 I ,I A I, L A 1 L - , I2 I. III b. I II. I LI LI II1I'LI.1I'. NI' 'I .L .Wg HI. I ' ' " A ' A' ' rm l.'k.lL,m,y 6- 1931- tm. Iymmrt fionti-St WAS hcld in TI1L suniors wL-rL- I1o11orLLLI .11 tI1LL SL-nior CQor1L'Lrt IIIQI1.11'l .1111 11.15 11o11sorL-I I11' I 1 Im I L ' x'tr11, I1L1II L 1 .y I I, 125 . L' 5 11' I ' CIS .t this A ly-I1 IOUMI V145-QI I 4. AV... ' L. A Q A .KSA CIO I ' " ' I I ' ' . L II .'1.'1lI 'Q 'ILI 1111 1 ol' IIIL' 1t1L'111I L-ri of tI1LL L 111L'L-rt IXIULI 11111 IL- up tI1L' Q . . ,',' 1 1 " ' . x I 1 'far QQ . , L 'Wa V I I 145 if ' ' 5 . X I4 -b '4 ' S - r E 1 I .1 ' L I L .JI as -21-6 I . ...wi V ,ff ' I . . ' ,., i w V A' w K Mix A LM LL 1 'I I' , " 1, .- s. ' I . dl . J , B. , . R . 4 'I .ia A A . .9 ,- The orchestra Orcfzeflra Personnel jOHN H. DAVIES, Director First Violins: joan Reitf, Sue Koehler, Faye Moore, john Wiswell, janet Huffman, Beverly Wfeaver, Pat Hodgen, janette Martin. Second Violins: Nancy Drake, Beverly Cripe, janet Dillon, joan Raber, Carol XVeaver, Phyllis Schotlield, Kenneth Cripe, joan Trovatore, john Bowers, Earl La Count. Viola: Peggy XY'enger. Linda Huffman, Nancy Dick, Carol Arnold. Cello: judy Pfister, liarl Buckmaster, Anne Farr, janet Payne, Ruth Holmes, Marlene Plank, Mary Gouker. Bass: janet Newman, Adrienne Miller, Dan Kalk, Don Bloom, Evelyn Snearly. Harp: Nancy Schreckengast. Flute: Rose Lockwood, janet Fisher, Dick Holdeman, Glen Gould. Oboe: Bruce Mann, Nancy Manley, David Linton. Clarinet: Shirley Crofoot, Natlie Dodge, Larry Thompson. Bass Clarinet: Steve Whitehead. French Horn: Herbert Heaton, Carolyn Larimer, john Rieth, Pat Kidder, Sue Zimmerman. Trumpet: Wilford Ernsberger, Ken Pearson, john Hite, Virginia Kantz. Trombone: Terry Wfampler, janice Rose, jim Klaus. Tuba: Dale Hoak. Percussion: Stan Hess, David Denton. Tympani: Larry Sherman. Calendar of Evenls Au+umn Concert November 20, 1953 Spring Concert March 5, 1954 "Your Schools" Broadc-as+ , April 13, 1954 Senior Concea-+ ..,. . ee eeee May 14, 1954 The orcheslra cabinet includes: J. ReiFF, girls' soc. chairman: J. Huffman. sec.-frees.: J. Newman. pres.: E. Buclrmaster, boys' soc. chairman: J. Trova+ore, vice-pres. 82 The string section rehearses . . . Ura fzwlra The orchestra began nts season by p1rt1c1p1t1nLc ln the 'Nlorth Central Orchcstr1 IH South Bcnel on October 7 L On thclr hrst Concert the orchestrt le1turccl o1n Rexff as puano solorst Thrs concert xx IS the bcgrnnlnc concert of the year orchestra aceompanlccl thc combrnecl ehorrs rn the hn1l number on the ClTI'ISUTTlS concert The seeonel concert ot the xc1r le1turecl met Hutt man and Sue Koehler pl1x1n5, 1 cluet tor txxo xlollns The A C1ppella Chorr smcc tor thxs concert th comblnccl groups pcrformrng 1 I'LllKLlOLlS number 1 tl e closxng Icst1x1l Song ot Prarse On Niareh 70th members of the strxng orchestra mule 1 return trrp to 'Xlorth 'Nlmchcstcr Collccc to tllcc r rn me rlnc C 1nc ln the exenrnc thc com nnecl college orchestr1 1nl the ellnrc rut on lorm1ncc tor the public thrs xx 1s the senror eonccrt onlx senlors xxcrc 1llOXN ccl 0 lx so os lne c stuccnt cone uct rs um Phster plxxccl Poppers HunLc1r11n Rhlpsoelx 1nct XlLXNITTlIl xx 18 the stuclent concluctor 'lhe xc1r xx 1s cnelecl tor both grouvs by 1tten1l1ng pxrtx 1t Ccnter I 1lce rn XX arsaw .D , ' ff 1' ,Af 1 P i. . 6 1 l 1 I ! Q 1 A ' ' v 'rl I 7 ' 1 ' '- Q N 4' .S I 'Q T A L A' all L 1 . .k i ' 1 - , A f - h 1 , 1 h- ' 1 ,- ' - , 2,-,IQSH 1 '1 ' l 1 11 ' 1 'Y' 2" -' -, - ' A -I1 pat' tl-St' r Ql'i', r, -1 A -' A Q . ' -A ' A ' ' Y b' A ' -'A ' 1 1 c A " ' 1 Ll per- According to the custom in the past years, the May 14 enelecl the musie'.1l year for the seniors. Since- ' ' ". t plg gl:. lb- f lt l to: j li' ' ' ' 1 'I ' 1 ' l ' 4. 4 1 ' ' 1 '1f ' .T ' 'V V . ' ,Q ' ' n fl Y A ' " . c' 4 A "1 A ' A If ' 1 ' l Al ' -' ' ' 1 1 7" J '15 1' 1 '1 Q' A "1 . gawk: jd' Pep hulk before ..-4 'X fhe bug game The Cl'1l'lSfldI'1S Jane gl es us msplrahon Bob Richards chefs wnfh Mr Rogers Llluan fells us abou? Per counfry SPCCIQI Programs Comblne Eclucatlon and Enjoyment Q. L. 5 - ju n n 2 ,,g15' 42' 'D . . WU i ' ' T hike us fo Efhiopia. .V . . . J . QM E . Belles of the Ball at +l1e Y-Teen flower show. Sure tastes good ! Eighf winsom waitresses at the French Club supper Activities Play a 1 Part in Our School L1 e Two haste belfer t an one The Dance Council plans the platter program for the next Hop Throughout the sehool year we hue mmy aetiyities combining the students with ldults of the eomnaunity and surrounding cities College night sponsored by the Guidance Couneil is one of the highlights of the year On this night all of the college preparatory students many aeeom eolleges and unisersities of their ehoiee with repre sentatiyes from the yarious schools Eaeh college representatiye is introduced by 1 Xl1KIOf11l Honor bo eiety student On another exening parents ol the students eonae to m et their ehildren s teaehers 'Il is s elrrlel ott 1 ,aele 0 ehool Night tl me by tie T A ie marents attend el1sses leeording to the yuyils luly sehedules sitting If the students desles A speeial eommunity eyent this year was the XY el eome Home Blazers parade The entire town turned out for the parade vyhieh honored our Blazer basketball team Banners maxed bands played and gaily deeorated ears and tloats rolled down Main Street basketball team his eyer gone to the btate Tourntment lrom the time me xx ere little seyenth graders running around the Central hills we haye looleed tom ard to the time we would be able to go to pep sessions in high sehool A right spot at the enl of eleh week in vxhieli taere is ln exeiting gtme are the pep sessions 85 K x ' " r . . . J ' 1 L . ii . ' ' . qs 3 v .. I.. try, V I , ell, " - -' ' " 'v L"'a -1. . -' Q ' 4,41 panicel by parents, Come to the high school to tlisquss signifying the first time in history' that an Elkhart A vlAL.i ,y : glvl .7 c' 7 ' i ' 'L' - 'lf' if 1 '-e 1 in i' - i"B"'t S' ' " ae 1 'l'P.'..'l'l bi' I 1 "L fa' l" lf' ' ' 1 1" A - w Y eg' ' 1 ' 1 A. z ' ' A I goes way up. hey 'For real? Thats what nfs all a ou+ Four goofy guys unny Hop IH achon as a wonderful evening The SCHIOFS Llve It Up At pep SCSSIOHS we xolee Cl'lfl1LlSldSIT1 tor our te11ns 1nd tl1e1r worle for our sehool There we are one unlted body eleh of us experxenelng the same thrllls when we smg our school hght sony., 1 trlbute to the sehool we loye We 1re proud ot our 1ssembl1es here II Elnlb lzyery year 1 eommnttee eomposed of students 1nd flilllly members seleets 1 number ol progrlms suited to tl1e t1stes of eyeryone to be presented throughout tl1e lollowlng ye1r Lyerythlny., trom ping pong experts or lLlXC'DfLlfLb ID forexgn llnds to exotle ellncers lre lncluded IH these proerims whxeh ire pud tor by the semor elasses The Glrls md Boys LL1glLS llso sponsor yro5r1ms VSl1lCl1 are excellently plmned 1nd well e1rr1ed out proylehne an enyoyable tlme 15 well 18 glylng us msxghts unto tl1e eurrent problems ot teenagers 1nd ol tl1e world Qround us At the opennnte of Llell lssembly 1tter enternne eluletly 1 Pledge ot Alleexlnee tothe Unlted 5t1tes H15 IS glyen followed by slnglng the Natlonal Anthem or the sehool hymn ln 1dd1t1on to these progrfmms there 1re newsreels 1w 1rd 1ssembl1es 1nd speelal lssembhes sueh IS those on CllI'l5fl11 lS 'I1l1lHlsSglXlDg 1nd Eister IS fflellflOI1ll e1Ch ye1r to hue 1 ellss plrty lnexperleneed sophomores we felt somewlut strange not lenowmg mmy of our own el1ssm1tes 15 yet The ble f1m1lytl1en lI'lLl re1lly lnto the swlng of things 'Ihen 1t l1st we were semors the fact that thns was our last year m EHS was eyxdent more and more as tlme went by The Ulgllf ot tl1e Semor party or Tuthe Trot as nt w1s nlmed we re1lly hveel lt up Garbed m the most eomfortable of outhts slfteles or leans lo1ters 1nd pluel shlrts we hid 1 wonderful txme lntertunment 1n tl1e form of 1 floor show was provndeel by some of our t1ler1teel el1ssm1tes b ' 44 ' 77 4 '. 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Un l71'itlg1V, our tlmnglmtm turn tn the xxeeluentl Q.nnexg . ue dash tn pep bessitnn xxltcre nut yells tex elll nur en tlmsmstlf interest. Z XYe legtrn m.tny tlnngx lflllll .ttllletitsi lrflllll mn' en.1el1eslt11tl their lngglx 5I.lIlLl.lI'Ll5Q llrtnn mn' .ltllletex .intl then' clean plgtyg frmn c1n1'e.nnes .intl the NlNll'lSIllJll- slnp inxnlxetl. in spettlrnlx. we try tu nmttla nut tnn elnet xxitlm tlxese exmnplewg xxetry'tnletn'11 lnm Dm xx in gtncl lmmx' tn lnse. lilue Llllpl xxlnte Um' xtlt-,nl tnltns: lwlne t-11' nm' lt1V.1ltV tu mn' nne te.nnw1 xxlnte, Tut tlme tletln tetwtxl nt' tins llflllftlkx. 87 FIRST ROW ILEFT TO RIGHTI: Tony Campagnoli, Gerald Pressler, Charles Schiliz, Larry Server, Jerry Stow, Jim Riggle, John Sweazy, Roger Huneryager, Don Ellar, Tony Russo, Bob Kelly. SECOND ROW: Andres Matisoo, Bill Miller, Ed Kasamis, Lynn Companion, Tom Miller, Tom Howard, Phil McClane, Tony Terlep, Chuclr Stemm, Steve Prugh, Mike Shea, Joe Jackson, Mer Ronzone. THIRD ROW: Lyle Buttons, Don MacDowelI, Jack Douberteen, Bob Atkinson, Don Barber, Bill Marlin, Dave Pennington, Erich Barnes, Doyne Glassburn, Dick Murray, Jim Eger, Jim Clemenlz, Bob Sutton, Harold Timmons, Don Patti, John Janzaruk. Varsity Football On August 15, the '54 EHS Football Team began its practices. Under the sweltering summer sun, the boys practiced for long hours, planned new plays, and drilled on the fundamentals. About hfty turned out for the first day of practice but this number dwindled somewhat the next day. Aches and pains were plenti- ful. Lyle Buttons worked with the big men on the line, while Tony Campagnoli and Head Coach john janzaruk put the backfield and ends through their paces. Mat Ronzone worked with the B team, which supplies bench strength and scrimmage practice for the team. Speed, tackling, blocking, and passing were stressed. All this hard work and planning led to a very successful season for the Blue Blazers. Our team LEFT TO RIGHT: Tony Campagnoli, John Janzaruk, Lyle Buttons, Mat Ronzone. hnished second place in the conference with a record of six wins and three defeats. Blazers Drop Opener In the first game of the year, the Blazers lost a thriller to the Calumet powerhouse, Gary Emerson, after trailing 13-0 at the half on two touchdowns by Kell- strom. jan's boys fought back to tie the score. Both tallies were scored on passes from Dick Murray to Don Ellar. In a mud-soaked fourth quarter, Emerson scored on a 17-yard pass play, ending in the hands of Gary's left end, Don Pavo. In the dying minutes of the game, after penetrating to Emerson's six yard line, the Blazers were stopped by penalties. Final score, 19-15. Coaches This year's EHS Football Team was coached by john janzaruk, Tony Campagnoli, Mat Ronzone, and Lyle Buttons. These four men did an ex- cellent job, coaching the team through a successful season. They worked diligently for long hours, not only on the practice field but in the dressing room. When they weren't coaching, they were scouting other teams and doing other jobs necessary for the success of the team. This was Coach janzarules second year at EHS and another good one for the Blazers. j M1 9 ' ' Y is Jerry Siow, co-caplain. 5 'fi X , i 17 fx '7 . if , lc ' J ip ' vi Q . Yi , 5' 1 ' ,J ' ." I ly, XX Blazers 'lake firs+ win The following Friday, EHS traveled to Michigan City to meet Michigan City's Red Devils. On the opening kickoff, EHS All-state halfback, Erich Barnes, ran the ball 89 yards for a touchdown. After the kickoff, the Blues forced the Red Devils to punt. After seven plays, Doyne Glassburn plunged over from the one yard line. In the second half, EHS tallied twice on runs of 12 and 6 yards by Barnes. Michigan City scored in the dying minutes of the game with Phillips plunging over from the one. Searcy added the point for the con- version. Score, 26-7. Doyne Glassburn, co captain Penninglon gets through. Firsl home win Returning to Rice lfield, the Blazers romped over the S. B. Cen- tral eleven 26-0. On the third play of the game. a twenty yard pass play from Glassburn to Murray clicked for the T.D. After forcing Cientral to kick. the Blazers drove to the Central 50 yard line, where Barnes caught Glassburns pass for the touchdown. A penalty nulli- fied lXlurray's extra point try, but Glassburn then passed to Ellar. for the one-pointer. After kicking off. the Blazers again held the Bears on downs and forced them to kick. Kelly, Russo. .ind Barnes combined to lead a sustained drive to the Central four yard line, where Kelly pushed the ball over. Before the half ended. the Blues had scored once more. again by Barnes, and the Blazer's scoring was over. Along with a powerful scoring punch. john Sweazy. Roger Huner- yager. Larry Sarver, 'lerry Stow. and 'lim Riggle showed greatly on defense, Score. 26-ll. Murray fakes to flying. Third Conference win Following the Central giine, S. B. Adams invaded the BlL1ZL'f'S home field. Tom Goldsberry. Q.B.. .ind his mites were .t seri- ous Illftilf to the Blazers. but ji1n's boys won their third con- ference game. IS-IS. Erich Barnes scored twice .md Glass- burn once. for the Blues. The extra-point department was again lacking, tis not one point- after try was successful. Second Defeal' Evansville Bosse traveled to Ell-:hurt the next week, and handed the Blazers their second loss of the year. An Elkhart punt, blocked by one of the Blazers, set up the winning Boss: T.D. Russo and Gliissburn scored for Iflkhnrt. Score, 19-15. Kelly winds up. i Bill Mar+in, Guard. CP? 1 . .IQIQQ-' fx 1 U Jerry Pressler, Tackle. 91 'T w XXX X Erich breaks away. Va rfify Football Blazers Seelt Revenge Bouncing back from the Bosse defeat, the Blazers drubbed their long-standing ri- vals from Goshen, 35-0. Witli conference scoring leader, Erich Barnes' three touch- downs, and one T.D. apiece by Russo and Kelly, the Blaz' ers had plenty of scoring power. Alert line-play was shown by Sweazy, Riggle, and Stow, in picking up Goshen fumbles. Blazers Rally In their fifth conference game, the Blues won a thriller from Mishawaka's Maroons. After trailing 13-0 at the half, the Blazers rallied for four touchdowns in the second half, and a 27-26 win. Tony Russo, Dick Murray, Doyne Glassburn, and Erich Barnes scored for Elkhart. A safety made possible by Ellar, and an extra-point by Pennington gave the Blues their victory margin. fn., John Sweazy, Guard. Jim Riggle. Cfnlef- n 1 B. N., 5' Tony Russo, Halfback. Mishawalza falls fhrcugh. If-X fy ' , , Roger Huneryager, Tackle. S., Erlch eyes hus foe Lose Declslve Game ln 1 blttle for the Conference Clnmpnonshnp the Bl1zers and undefemted S B Wfaslxnngton met on behool Flcld IH South Bend Elrly ln the gime Lynn C ornpanlon pleleed up a Waslllngton fumble md rleed for the T D After Dlele Murrly eonxerted El-lb lel 7 0 Reeoyernng, qunelely the Plnthers ro1red blele to tle the seore wlth oe Bmzxer scornng 1nd Nnespodzlany eomertxng 77 Before the Blazers could reeoyer the Pflnthers seored agaln and conxerted COITllflg out for the seeond halt the Bllzers tralled I I 7 After in eirly spurt Birnes scored for the Blues but the point lfter try xx is eleed seore 11 I3 I lte IH the QNIIUL Brlzler igun seoree lne les UOLlZllI1y eonyerted 1nd the storing vs 18 ox er lllldl seore 1 1 Fmal Game Ruley Swamped C Ollllllg blele from the XV1sh1ngton etme the Bllzers endeel the setson by drubblng., bouth Bend Rlley Bob Kelly Erleh Blrnes Tony Russo and Dxele Murrly dld the SLOTIHE for Lllehlrt Murrly Conyerted hye times The hnil seore xx IS 55 7 .vd""" Jr-ik W! ,Q Larry Server Tackle Erlch Barnes most valuable Bob Kelly speaker John Janzarulr head coach Managers Larry Newman Jlm Russell and Wal+ Tru x 'Ihe lnnual Football Banquet was held Noyember '4 nn thc Athenmn Bill Room at Hotel Elkhart All Stlte lultbacle Ernch Barnes V815 presented the Most Valuable award trophy by Tom Stephenson sports eelltor of the TRUTH Doyne Glassburn and crry Stow were eleeted co captalns by thelr teammates after the l1st grme ot the seqson Eldy Lundquxst was toxstmister and Bob Kelly noted sports announcer the mann speaker The EHS B telm hxd 1 success ful season thxs yelr Suson record n ost 1 tl 3 rf- rss kr luv,- F-4 V . sf 'gall '53 ii 1' '43 1 1 . as -N a"55t 1 31 ri -9. tx ,s ,af Y 'i-:KM 4, FIRST ROW SECOND ROW: Doyne Glassburn, F44 -' 13,1 4 ii 'Vim D 4' 6 vi' , Ego 'fi ,SS - 43- J Q, 's sr' v . f 'f ' ' fs a ' V. 4 lLef+ to Rightlz Diclt Johnson, Jack Steftler, Mike Yoder, Dwight Bowser, Don Ellar. Jim Eger, Ray Ball, Ronnie Slorlt, Diclt Murray, Erich Barnes. Va rrfly Barlwflbzzll ,lille Blazer basketball team hatl its most suc- Central then lost to little Milan in the final game cesstul year in the history ot Elkhart this season, Ammugh Elkhart Nui for Suomi PIM-L, in L-on The crack team. coachetl hy Bill Milliner, acl- . , , . . .. . , , . ference play, their season recortl ot twentyrhve vancetl as tar as the l'inal lcour in the State 'I ourna- A Q' I ' ment. Veteran Muncie Central finally clownetl the Wlm 'mtl folff lofts WAS tht lust In Illklmft 5 Blazers at the liutler lfieltlhouse in Indianapolis. annals. Bob Ehrsam, Bill Milliner, Mat Ronzone, Hershel Riley Coaches The basketball coaching stall, heatletl lay Bill Milliner, hatl its most success- ful season this year. Atltling to the success of the team, bcsitles Milliner, was B team coach, Bob Ehrsam, who helpetl in the practice sessions antl matle arrangements for the team trips. Hershel Riley was also a great asset to the team. although he left the school system at the beginning of tournament play. Heacl of the scouting start was Mat Ronzone. Tony Campagnoli assistecl as the fC2lINlS 'kloctorf' RI ,r U I Ray Ball, Most Valuable. v, Mike Yoder, Co-captain. Hr, 1 Y Win Season Opener The Blazers started their season with a 53-50 win over the Roosevelt Riders. The team showed early season raggedness, but due to good defensive work, and a fighting spirit, managed to edge out the Roosevelt five during the second half. Elkhart rallied to win 53-50 after being behind 15 points at the half. Blazer B's Win The Blazer B Team in their opener on the same date was successful in defeating the Jeffer- son Tigers in a close fought game, 40 to 54. B Team-TOP ROW: Bob Ehrsarn, Travis Berlson, Larry Linton, Charlie High, Mike Hyde, Don Weaver, Ed Hager, Bob Steffen. ROW TWO: Ronnie Weaver, Jerry Miller, Larry Randall, Milte Miller, Dave Kollal, Dennis Tepe. SEATED: Kenny Can- fral, Bill Riblef. Glassburn puts one in. Varsity Basketball! Ano+her Win The next week, the Blazers chalked up their fourth straight win against La Porte. winning by a comfortable 15 point margin. The first three quarters were mostly a defensive duel with both teams looking for an opening in the others defense, The scores for the first three quarters were ll-ll, 2-i-21, 35-28. During the fourth quarter. Mike Yoder and Dick Murray sparked the Blazers on to outscore the La Porte five, 23-15. Con+inue Win S+reak An improved offense and a good defense gave Elkhart's Blue Blazers their fourth win in a row over the Mishawaka Maroons. The hair-splitting passes of Mike Yoder, the improved play of Doyne Glassburn and Dick Murray, and Ray Ball's thirty-two points gave the battling Blazers their most impressive win of the year, In the last half, Milliner's boys scored 40 points, twenty- one points in the fourth period, to down the Maroons by twenty-five points, 78-55. 98 Win First Home Game Elkhart opened its home debut, No- vember 27, in an auspicious manner hy whipping jefferson Township. The superior height of the Blue Blazers gave them the edge 39--18. XY'ith a margin of over 20 points in the third quarter, Milliner cleared the bench to try different combinations at forwards and guards. the latter being the weaker point, Scalp Redskins The Blazers won their third straight game over Goshen by a decisive four- teen point margin. Sl-19. All of the team showed action with Doyne Glass- burn making his first appearance. and adding strength to Elkhart's rebounding. Ray Ball led the Blazer attack for the third week in a row with I9 points. Dick Murray, Forward. Jack Stettler, Guard. First Loss A sellout crowd. 7.650 fans. packed the Muncie lfieldhouse to see Elkhart drop a thriller to the Muncie Bearcats. It was nip and tuck all the way with both teams playing good hard basketball. The score was tied ll times throughout the battle. The score was tied at 46 all with 5 minutes and 20 seconds to go, The Muncie live had a margin of only 2 points with 2 minutes and 50 seconds to go. but the Bearcats managed to put through a couple more baskets before the final gun. and the game ended at S9-55. Back +o Winning The tight man-to-man defense employed by Elkhart enabled them to stiHe the Hot Dogs from Frankfort, 65--42. The Blazer's conquest of Frankfort gave the Millinermen a 6-1 record of the season. The lead given to Elkhart by Erich Barnes in the opening seconds was never relinquished. The cleverness and sharp-shooting of both guards rounded out the blistering offense of the Blue Blazers. Doyne Glassburn, Forward. Dick Johnson, Guard. Johnson Jumps. Blazers Win Tourney Elkhart's Ray Ball led the Elkhart Blazers, with a record breaking 36 points. to a smashing victory over the Lafayette Broncos at Lafayette in the first game of the tourney. Ball's 36 points broke the Lafayette one game record of 30. set by Evansville's jerry Clayton in 52 and also the Elkhart record of 35 set by Duane Peterson. In the finals of the Lafayette tourney. Elkhart topped jelfersonvilles Red Devils, who easily won over South Bend Central in the afternoon game. by a score of 65-58. A capacity crowd of 5.000 crowded the gym to see Elkhart beat the States Number 2 team to take over the rating. Elkhart set a record with their '6 points in defeating the Broncos of Lafayette. Revenge Elkhart sparred with S. B .Wfashington for the first six minutes but jumped ahead to stay. winning 67-519. Elkhart's talented hackhoard game asserted itself most of the distance. Even scoring by Elkhart showed the justified pride and the expected strength of Bill Milliner's charges. The win was the 37th in Elkhart's last 58 games at home and its Tth in its past 50 ENII-ISC starts. Barnes did an outstanding job of guarding All- State foothall back, joe Brazier, limiting him to 5 goals. Auburn Downed Red-hot sniping on the part of the Elkhart Blue Blazers helped defeat a de- plorahly weak Auburn team. 65-50. ,lille reserves played unusually good hall in the ahsence of the lirst string. The only starter that played consistent hall was Mike Yoder. who collected ll points. Center replacement, Doyne Glassburn, took top scoring honors of the night with 12 points. Yoder holds on. Dennis Tepe, Guard. Q Erich Barnes, Coecaplain. Varsity Barkeffmll Second Loss l liouls spelled the Blazer's doom in their closely fought battle with City. The Blazers had a total of 27 fouls to 17 charged against Michigan City. Ball, Barnes, and johnson fouled out in the last quarter, thus decreasing the Blazer's strength for a last minute come-hack. At the final gun, the score was Elkhart 6l, Michigan City 67. Bulldogs Caged Elkhart'5 five registered a rather effortless defeat over Nappanees Bulldogs winning 66-Sei for the 28th straight win over Nappanee. The Bulldogs started out with a determined effort to make it an upset, but Elkhart quickly rallied and maintained a steady lead through- out the rest of the game. North Strikes Elkhart lost a hard fought battle with lfort XVayne North. S i-SO. lt was the second loss in HJ games on the home floor, the hrst this year. Ronnie Stork, Center. Las+ Home Game Beating a steady tattoo on the basketball nets, Elkhart High Schools Blue Blazers closed their home season by thundering past South Bend Riley Wildcats, 78-53. This gave the Millinermen 41 out of their last 45 game on their own home floor. The sensational Stork and spectacular Ball had I8 and 19 points respectively. Dwight Bowser, Guard. Ano+her Scalp lfor the second time this season the Elkhart Blue Blazers beat the Goshen Redskins by the same 12 point margin, 68-56. as they did earlier in the season. Ron Stork, Elkhart's 6--4 center. hit for 20 points. Dick 'Iohnson's running one- handers spelled I2 points for him. Norsemen Trounced Elkhart polished up their team play and Bill Milliner's Blue Blazers bludgeoned Gary Emerson's Norsemen 81--H. Ron Stork hit a total of Z7 points. The Blazers best game of the campaign featured fast passing, cunning ball handling, sharp shooting, and vicious rebounding, which ripped open Emerson's zone defense. Strong Finish Elkhart, effortlessly, chalked up its 13th win of the season, over Vlfarsaw. At the start of the game, Elk- hart took a nine to one lead, and from that time on they were never pressed, The score by quarters was l7-7, 52-19, 5-l-53. and 67--l8. Yoder down for lwo. Jim Eger, Forward. Glassburri tips it up. VHTSIDIY Brzikelball Easy Win lt was a sharp Elkhart team that put down South Bend Adams in good style. Elkhart's strong defense. accurate shooting. and terrific rebounding gave Adams. by far. their worst setback of the season. Dick Murray led Elkhart in the scoring column with lvl points, after a barrage of tive field goals in the second quarter. Dick johnson led Elkhart in tield goals. having six. Five more of his tallies were cancelled in the second half. Barnes and Yoder also broke ten with twelve and ten points respectively. Impressive Win The Blue Blazer's stellar defense and awe-inspiring offense gave Elkhart a 51-IH half-time score. Early in the third quarter, the Millinermen stretched their lead to 20 points, Then Central started a scintillating last half and blistered the nets to out- score Elkhart -19-55. CQentral's Bears had the high scorer in jack Quiggle with JS points. The rest of Elkhart's points were evenly distributed among Dick johnson, Mike Yoder. Ron Stork, Erich Barnes. Dick Murray, and Doyne Cilassburn. Elkhart slowed down Cientral's game by working for good shots. In spite of the clever ball handling, stil? defense and good shots in be-hall' of Elkhart. they barely etched out a 67-65 win over a balanced and tired up team. Stork goes up. Fifth Straight Sectional Win Aside from a very close scrape with Nappanee, the Elkhart Blazers had little trouble in registering their fifth straight Sectional win. In the first day of play, jimtown's jimmies registered an effortless victory over the Scott Five by a score of 52-39. Bristol took Waky in the second game by a score of 56-50. In the evening games, Goshen and New Paris battled it out, and Goshen won by a score of 62-58g jimtown took Bristol by a score of 60-55. On Friday, Nappanee topped -lefierson by a score of 75-66, and Elkhart's Blazers took their opener over Middlebury by a margin of 10 points. The final score was 63-53. That evening, the Elkhart fans saw Jack Stettler deliver, in the last 20 seconds, by putting in the winning point. johnson, Glassburn and Barnes were the high scorers, having 10, 9 and 8 points in that order. VC'ith 2:40 to go, Elkhart trailed by 5 points, but 2 quick baskets put Elkhart again in the lead by a score of 45-44. W'ith 1:50 remaining, Ron Fields tied the score at 45 all. Dick johnson's one-hander put Elkhart ahead again, but Al Wilt tied it up again at 47 all. 'lack Stetler, with 20 seconds remaining, hit one of a brace of free throws for the winning point. Elkhart won 48-47. In the first game that evening Millersburg scored a mild upset over Concord, 73-70. Nothing very exciting happened on Saturdays play. In the afternoon games Goshen beat jimtown, 61-56, and Elkhart clobbered Millersburg, 78-35. In the championship game Elkhart walked over Goshen by a score of 79-51. Eldy and Ray Dlclr Doyne Ray 'hpln arhsls Muncne Turns EHS Back Beeause of fouls the Mrllrnermen were forced to play 1 eautrous ball game vnth Muncre Central Comnng from behmd the Blue Blazers made a terrrflc comeback to eut away Munele s erght polnt lead to three points wrth 5 01 to go rn the fourth stanza Hugh pomt man for Elkhart was the terrrfic Ray Ball wrth 14 pomts The story of the ball game was told rn the backboards with Muncle breakmg eyen mth Elkhart untrl halfway rn the fourth to pull ahead rn rebounding statrstxcs Mrlan pulled an unexpected easy w1n 60 48 oyer Gerstmeyer The floor work and shootlng skull of Bobby Plump for the Indnans of Milan was all Gerstmeyer could take Tremendous reboundrng and stallrng tactles drsplayed by lrttle Mrlan agalnst a skyscraper team lxke the Bearelts of Munele vlas the surprlse of the day Wrtlm the seore treel 11 seconds left Mrlan took trme out to set up a play whlch was the slrckest play of the whole tourney Wrth trme runnrng out four of the fiye boys on the floor for Mrlan vyent to one slde of the floor Bobby Plump cut for the yacant srde and droxe ln for a score to yun the game 37 50 breakxng a :O 50 tre Plump was the first mm on 1 sttte tntle team to vlm the Trester Awlrd 104 Ellcharl' Cops Reguonals Season records meant nothrng rn the bouth Bend Regronal In the first game pltted Mentone mth 1 Wi and 1 record agarnst Elkhart mth a W md 3 reeord The s eond game of the regxonal parred South Bend Central mth Lapaz A stout defense sparked by Erreh Barnes and a blrstermg offense headed by Rxy Brll s 77 pornts led the vlay to a sur prxslngly easy mln oyer th Mentone Bulldogs 68 -17 The Elkhart Blue Blazers exhrbnted ehampronshrp qualxty rn handmg the Bears their hrst loss ln tourney play ID one yelr The Brg Blue h 1d 1 smotherlng defense and a sparklmg offense Mlke Yoders elexer brll hmdlrng along mth Drek ohnson s I8 pornts were deeldlng fletors rn the game Ray Ball was Star of btars x rth Bl pornts The stellar defensrve measures of Erreh Brrnes md Ron btork were ter rlhe alds ln handeufhng Centrll s QL ggle Ellrharl Wins Sem: Finals Elkhart s Blrzers h1d eomprrrtrxely lrttle trouble 1n vsrnnnng the State Semr Fmals The 51 Bllzers lre the vylnnlngest team IH Elkhart Hrgh behool s hlstory humg a reeord of 75 urns and only 3 losses They lre llso the hrst team to go to the round of four The Bllzer lne h ue rlso vyon more tourneys than my p mst Elkhrrt term Ray Ball topped the selsons seorxng reeord by pumpmg through a totll of 54 mxrkers rt the tourney to mxss the tourney hrgh scorrng honors by one pomt In the afternoon game Marlon Crawley s Broncos harrassed the Elkhart Frye wrth a vnell planned possesslon game Fortunately for Elkhart the eff s free throw aeeuracy wasnt what rt should have been They mrssed lf! of 37 free throws Hammond s Calumet Chlefs employed 1 sound defense to defeat Logansport 58 46 rn the seeond game of the afternoon Elkhart handrly turned brek the Hammond Ine rn the eyenlng game Erreh Barnes led the Blazer attack vylth ball hawking tactxcs and accurate rebound tapping He also led Elkhart s scorrng with 70 pornts Managers Ed Kasamus and Berry Sampsell Sv Bas11e1ba11Banque1 Speaker Pa+ar1e111 Coach M1111ner Award wmners B 11 J nson Tepe Yoder and Barnes arfzlyf Bzlslefball O N11fL1l 5 1111 B11z11 b111111b111 111111 1111 11111101111 If 1111 111111111 B111111b111 B111111111 111011 11 111 by 1 1 LCS 1 1 1 1 B111 111111111 1111 TRUTH Mo11V1111'1b11 1ro11hy 11111 11111111 D1111 o11n1o11 11011 1111 E111m111 fftt 111011 IfO1W1l1 1111111 1 WL 11011111 15 111111 111 1111011 11o11hy 111111 by 11111111111 Robbms M1111 H0111 11111 1311111 13111111 11111 10111 101111111111 111 111111118 P111111 1 X1lL111 111 L 11111111 1111111 11111 111111111 1511111 1111 111 1111 111 111 1111111 11111 1 1 SL 11111 11111 Ll 111111 11111 1 11 1111 ULK1 1 111111 1111 111 111111111 11111 11 1 111 IX 11111111 11111 111511211 111111 111 SL 11 IN 111111 111 1111 1nd11111.1111111s Star 11 1111 I1LlI11bLf 111111 1111111 lL 111111111A11S111 LI 1 I 1 1 x ,,, 1 W 1 , -, '11 qu uk 11.1, 'L L' . -1 - 1 1 .A , 1,9 'SI . .xt '11 ' , a , 011 , , . fl 1 1 K Z , ' 1 ' L.. 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The team played its first match at South Bend john Adams where the Blazers defeated the Eagles, -i-1. jack Flora lost his only match at Adams. The following week, the team again traveled to South Bend, this time to play Riley High School. The Blazers defeated the Wildcats easily, 5-0. For the first home match the Blazers faced tough Michigan City and downed them, 5-0. South Bend Central was the next invader of the courts and they too were set back handily, 5-0. The "Rileymen" then traveled to La Porte to face a team which had lost but one letterman. After a tough battle the Blazers walked off with the match, -i-1. jack Sanders was downed in his only defeat by Roger Went, number one man in the conference. The Blazers next defeated Mishawaka at home to clinch a tie for the conference crown. The next match with Goshen was the playoff for the conference title. After the first day of play the Blazers were leading 2-1 over Goshen. On the second day, the netmen clinched the ENIHSC crown by winning both doubles. After a week of rest, the Blazers played host to Hammond High, who had won the play- offs of the western division of the conference. The Blazers took very little time in downing the Hammond team, 5-0, thus taking the Northern Indiana Conference Championship and the Mythical State Championship. ow N f Left to Rzghi First Row Ronnne Mlmchlllo Dennus Tepe Ted Flhsnmmons Bob Llfke Second Row Leonard Lucchese Bob Mmlchnllo Jnm Klefer Duck Streely Jack Snavely Ray Everis Bud Golden Fefe DeMauro coach Matt Ron1one Thlrd Row Earl McLaughhn Dave Blah Pete Loughman Prather Elhson Bob Roth Cralg Shumperf Gordy Bohs Crow Counlry N1 mtt Ronzoms Crow Country tum optnul thur WSE suson on baptnmbtr 17th by outrunnmg L1 Porta '6 35 md Goshen M 33 1t La Porta The followymf, 'lhurstlly Stptcmbtr 1 thc Blazqrs traulul to uth Btntl tl uptnt Ld xt bt lost to XY ly nc Worth b1dL an 7' On Octobtr 1 tht Blazcrb lost to Confcrcnu LIIIITIIUIOH IN 5 1VNllxl 144 Il wh ltlng S B Ctntrll IQ 7 Two dlys Iittr Octobtr 5 hlkhlrt troumnd Benton Hlrhor 1647 Thr. 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The EI-lb track team had another exeeptnonally good squad for the fourth strubht year The team was paced by ten returnme lettermen Doyne Glassburn Dlck Murrly Ernch Barnes Ray Ball erry Stow Bob Mnmchxllo ack Snaxely Bob Kelly B1ll Robrnson md Don Barber This years team had a record brealemf, season The mile relly team Blrnes Ball Glassburn 1nd Robm son m lde the best tlme ln the state runnnne, the 4 laps nn 5 30 4 Three members of the team set new all time EHS records Doyne Glassburn ran the 440 xn 51 7 seconds Erreh Barnes ran the 880 rn 7 00 4 seconds and Dlck Murray leaped 6 teet 34 rnches ln the hxghyump md also equaled the El-lb record of 71 teet IOM Inches nn the brouljump 1 8 Aprnl April Aprnl Apfll Apr1l Aprxl Aprll Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Goshen Elkhart G smen 51 7 3 m lort WIIYHL North in w Nlles -1' Relays Elkh 1rt -46 lroebel 48 77 Warsaw 45 Columbia Clty 17 ENIHSC Elkhart 35 S B Central Su lort Wayne North 37 nrt-1915 smmlkll 7 M y 1 NIHSC lroebel Mzy 7 beetlonals Elkhlrt M ly ll Elkhart 67 lort XX lyne bouth U beores Ewen up to the tnme the Annutl went to press May li Reglonal May I9 Mlshavsakt L1 Porte EHS S IL lln l g . u , ,W : . 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Upper Lell Carl Svgsbee Upper Rghf Baseball squad Bottom Left to Rughf Da e Temple Bob Luth Gordy Bohs John S eazy Baseball Fxfty sux boys reported for the Hrst practice April 5 of th1s year s Blue Blazer baseball team Of the fifty s1x boys fue were returnmg lettermen They are Bob Lxtke ohn Sweazy Gordy Bohs Carl Sngsbee and Daxe Temple About half of the team was composed of sophomores Bob Ehrsam was head coach wxth Tony Campagnoll assxstmg hxm In these games Gordy Bohs carried most of the load as a pitcher mth ohn Sweazy backing hum up as catcher The baseball squad was druded into tvno teams A and B The B team played hue games In the season Seores are gnen up to the date the Annual went to press Aprnl Aprll Aprll Aprxl Aprnl May May May BASEBALL SCHEDULE Nlles Mlchngan 16 La Porte 8 S B Adams 2 S B Central 2 S B Rxley 6 S B Washlngton Mlchlgan Cnty 2 Mlshawaka 5 May 14 La Porte Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart played the follovslng games SCHSOIT May 18 S B Adams May 7l S B Central Ma 25 S B Rnley Q11 mmngsj to round out the 109 : I' . l : . . , I V , , , W . 4. i. l . v . , . 14 . , . . 8 ' ' -.-' 20 7 ' , ' ' ' . - ' 25 . . 3 'gj ', , ' -, ' 27 . . 1 'A -. - ' 30 . . ' 1 . ' 4 . . ' 3 0 Y Y . . . . . 7 . . . V I . . , A- 4 11 ' ' 6 c'f . , ,'v. . . . . . . - . . ' y . . " FIRST ROW Ray Everfs Ed Kasamus Bob Kelly John Sweazy Larry Sarver Duck Murray Duck Manley Bob Munuchullo Fefe DeMauro Bob Suffon SECOND ROW Bull Robunson Don Barber Wal? Truex Charles Schulh Pete Loughman Bob Roth Jack Snavely Carl Sugsbee THIRD ROW Jerry Sfow Duck Tullman Bull Marfun Don Ellar Tom Muller Ronnue Duel Dennus Tepe FOURTH ROW Ray Ball Jum Ruggle Joe Jacluson Prafher Elluson Dwughf Burkhardf Harold Tummons FIFTH ROW Muke Shea Tony Russo Ray Slack Lynn Com panuon Leonard Lucchese Jack Flora Larry Newman SIXTH ROW Dave Rufe Gordy Bohs Ronnue Sfork Dave Pennungfon Eruch Barnes Vzzrrzly Club The EHS Varsuty Club was formed un the 1957 53 school year Temporary officers were appounted at that tume and a commuttee was formed to draw up plans for a constututuon Duck Lough the first presudent worked hard and along wuth others got the Varsuty Club OH to a good start Near the end of the 52 53 school year the present officers were elected Duck Murray was elected presr tary and Bob Kelly treasurer Glenn Sulcott athletuc durector took ox er the task of sponsor Upon earnung hus furst major letter the athlete us eluguble to uoun the club Fufty cents unutuatuon fee us requured to attaun membershup and dues are paud each semester All members must uphold the purpose of the club to durect the clubs hughest loyaltues and servrces to the school to recognuze the drgnuty of the last efforts of any athlete un whatex er sport he may compete to encourage 1 closer fellowshup among players and to uoun un soluung team problems and to mauntaun and develop a hugh standard of cutuzenshup scholarshup and school morale 110 An E Man may earn hus major letter un a number of ways In football the athlete must play 1-u quarters In basketball he must play regularly wuth the warsuty squad In track a boy must make 15 pounts un xarsuty meets Baseball cross country and tennus have a sumular system Wuth the earnung of hus first letter a boy may buy an E jacket has accumulated all the stars and ehewrons on the sleeve of hus letter sweater In football the athlete earns a whute star uf the team places second un the NIHSC standung For beung on a team that wuns the conference or for beung pucked on the first all conference team a boy earns a gold star un football In basketball tennus cross country and baseball the boys on the team get gold or whute stars uf the team places first or second respectuvely un the NIHSC In track a boy gets a whute star for placung un the sectuonals or uf the team wuns the sectuonals or the reguonals He gets a gold star uf he places un the conference meet or uf the team wuns the conference or reguonals A gold bar us award for each team captaun 1 K . x 1 I -- . 1 V I . 1 1 I 1 ' . 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Q 1 - 11111- c.1 A1 11' thc 1.141-Q 11 '. 'lit' but .1 11 , Ml - I w Y K -K .A . pllyS1L'. ct111c11tio is req ' '1 of all t1 -- ' ' 11"'1.1'c Y . du , K. I 1 S . 'l1A A 11 1' 1 11 ' ' .1r' rt-lays. t11111hli11g, tt-11111 volleyball 111111 A l , ,Q 1 A 1 in 7 1 1 1 girl' ' p 11 1 1 A . ' .A.A. Q .1 ' 1 ,i .i 7 1 1 uit "- 1 1 13 ' i I X ' '1 tio , 1211- ' girl ' J' 11 'A ' c to -.L . , 2 .Y . ' y -A , A -' . v I. y 3 Q 1' 1 7 1 A 5 'A ' il x'.1r7 1 A 1 1 '1' ' 1 "1 tio ' tg' ' 5 ' 1 A 'I-52 Z5 Af WV A gf its tif 7' rf I fe f ix S 9 1. f yr!-1 , Q ll X X ' th , W X '3 A 5 2 s ,g 1. ,I QA .ye p .f""5 0-uf' 5-A 'sa :tix 5-1- .nl Ourselves and Our Friends . . . ' So, here we are, all fourteen hundred of us, the minds, hands, and hearts of EHS . . . many people of many different types, many personalities. ' Our school is a good school, we think: the teachers and students like each otherg the spirit of cooperation is everywhere: the feelings of loyalty and appreciation run highg our friends from overseas teach us that people are much the same everywhereg we all enjoy, working and playing together. and the school year ends with a good feeling of success and achievement. Our friends and ourselves have made our days here good days, to he remembered always. As our school hymn says. "and in our memories will remain the hope of coming hack again." We the people of EHS , . , Lk our LiseHe, from Belgium. Students, Like our own Quin Kid, Sally friends from overseas, W and teachers Cooper, Woody, and Gowdy. Left +o rlgl'1'f Nancy Brubaker Gordy Bohs Carol Robblns Mr Hamilton Mus: Jones Mike Yoder Mary Jo Gordon Don Ellar l-llstory of Class of 54 ln September 51 we entered the halls of EHS the largest class to come IH for several years We were just a bunch of mlxed up kxds runnmg through the halls searchmg frantxcally for unknown places In November we held our first class electlon Our officers were Ray Everts presrdent Gordy Bohs vlce presrdent Nancy Brubaker secretary Bob Kelly treasurer Mary Ann Guzzo and Doug Mlller socxal chairmen Mnss llorence ones and Mr Wrllram Hamnlton were our sponsors When decrslons were to be made our courses our counselors Mass arvrs and Mr Hart were a tremendous help We felt very much at ease comlng back to the famrlrar halls ln September 5 Our sponsors Mlss ones and Mr Hamilton were back to help us This year our class leaders were Hugh Hall president Gordy Copenhaver vlce presrdent Nancy Brubaker secretary Fred Blackwell treasurer Shlrley Talbert and Duck Trllman soclal charrmen October 18 1957 was the mght of the bng productnon our Follles We chose as our theme The Roarmg Twentxes Soon after Chrrstmas vacatlon we held our class party On Aprrl 17 we presented our unlor Class Play The Little Dog Laughed under the dlrectlon of Mrs Chrlstme Dlllen Then came the blggest evening on our calendar the umor Sen1or Prom We chose as our theme Symphony of Stars And so our jumor year came to an end Once again we were back m EHS Our class ofhcers were Mrke Yoder presrdent Gordy Bohs v1ce presrdent Nancy Brubaker secretary Mary o Gordon treasurer Carol Robbms and Don Ellar socxal charrmen The Semor Class Play Pmk Magxc was presented November 13 1955 wrth Mrs Chrlstme Dlllen dlrectmg Our Semor Class Party the TufTy Trot was held rn the gym on january 16 In May came the prom then the final actrvntxes the class p1cn1c the Semor tea Semor Banquet Semor Day wrth xts fine program the appearance of our year books ln their blue and whrte covers On une 3 Commencement exercrses ended our hrgh school careers 374 of us ln our blue caps and gowns recenved diplomas out of the many who had entered Our days nn EHS are over but we wlll never forget the thrngs we haxe learned and the wonderful txmes we have had here ll5 3 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 , . - f ' 1 1 1 1 1 " ' " ' ' 1 1 1 1 . J - , , ' 11 11 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' . ' 1 ' . ' 1 1 1 . T . . . - - I - ' . . 1 1 1 ' . on 1 1 1 1 1 J ' 1 ' - 11 - - 11 ' 1 ' . l 1 1 ' ' . 1. 11 11 - - 11 - A A 1 17 - Q , , ... , ' 1 1 A - 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 A A 1 1 1 1 , 1 - ' . 1 -' 1 . . - 11 - . - 11 ' . 11 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 ' ' 11 1 , ,l 1 - OWEN ABPLANALP JAMES ADAMS pf CLASS uf' I AL ALEX SANDRA ALEXANDER MARLENE ALLEN JULIA ANDRESEN SHARON APPLEWHITE IRENE BADER 64 L .cgf r 4:1- Qffegvogxfg I 'Z JOYCE BAKER JUNE BAKER RAYMOND BALL BILL BARBER iw -U 1 -8 Q 49 A f' BOOK Renfal 116 4 Q? -,, AI" ERICH BARNES VIRGINIA BARRETT MARVIN BASSE CAROL BEADLE 11 , ELSIE BEAVER LYLE BEERS HELEN BENNETT KAY BLENNER FRED BLACKWELL ELLA BLOOMINGDALE GORDON BOHS JERRY BOSS I P I 1' I 1 4 , ,v , ' 4 614 . - J' 'V -A it w hi I W Y Q II B if ' Ip - 1 X fy, ' I 9 ', f I CII 2 4 ' I -..... - W II fC 5 f ' 'Z Sf ' 'Sy Bw KR - , I 1 f'f 9' J I E' . - I C 1 I ' 434 P f -' 4 , I - v I A I 3 , K 5, I! N I .' . V I I 1 KIIEI - I ' ' O 4 x W FA TH BOURDON JUDITH BOWDISH S I Sig SUSAN BOYTON SPELMAN BRAWLEY FRANCIS BUECHE SALLY BUCHER LOUIS BUCKENDORF LESTER BURKEY MARILYN BURKHEAD ROGER BURT GEORGE BULLOCK AUGUST BOZZUTO SHARON BOWERS SHIRLEY BOWLBY FRED BRITTON NANCY BRUBAKER 1 S ff Ulf 1 ..----' I :Mio If C1465 S gfe.-,hens ' X ll TRUDIE CAMPBELL JACOUELYN CARY CAROLYN CLAUSEN M CLEMENTZ Q BARBARA COLEMAN JOHN COLEY DORIS COMER LYNN COMER 117 I I I F ' 5 I I J 2 J 51 , U Qi f I wif' Q . I ' I ,f ,TI T 4 V r b 1 I , 'C , 9, A 233 , I I KII, I PJ I I L. , I Q . S f i if I f . f w irfrz, I I , If X . fl, V I I 'Mau I' I , 1 Q I kv 'X JI I is I "7-' Nt' I I IN In . ' '61 ' , I - I 1 fi? X 1 LYNN COMPANION CYNTHIA COMPTON PAULINE COMPTON i. MAY CONNOLLY G COPENHAVER RUTH CONNOLLY PATRICIA COOK ROGER COOK HAROLD CRANMER MARILYN COPLEN MARTHA CORNELIUS UNA COX Sensor QIQS3 Q restdenf 118 MARGARET CRIPE CAROLYN CRIPE CHARLES CROW MIKE CUMMINS DAVID DALRYMPLE RICHARD DAVIS JOHN DeMETZ JUDY DENEKAS JUDITH DENMAN CLASS ,ge hfa r FAS! 77lcqSU"CR TRU DY CROXALL PETE DeMAURO MICHAEL DeROSA " -P' 'A A .L sm :,- R K b - , I 1 L 'I nf A A ' ff I I A I ' ' , I ' ' .f ' ' .. .,,, .,A, 1 . Q F , U O ' . I, I Pia- 5' If Q Q ' w x' 'Y P? E. , I 2 f A J If ., I ' T 3 4 I I I X , I - I , YY I La ,- if F . U I , VIC -613 7 QQ I X Ni I O 54 0 me -.- W DORIS DETERT RONALD DEUEL RICHARD DOLPH DAVID DOERING ffl HARRY DUNKER HELEN DOYLE SHARON EAGON LARRY EARNHART J' -M! Z9 ELEANOR EATON DORIS EDELMAN MARY JO EHRET SUE EHRSAM ,EU R aW1E 1 T EIqD DONALD ELLAR ROSE E BARBARA ELLIS PRATHER ELLISON NSN H aH0weeH FREDERICK EMMERT ARDEN ERICKSON CAROLYN ERWIN RAY EVERTS JOANNE FISCHER RICHARD FEDELL DONNA FINK KENNETH FLAUDING 9 , 'I 'a F I I I In ' ' A 1 V' ,, 1,4 A I " L In I , f I ' I I If A I I I 'lx K f 'Egg 'YRR , 'I 45, , C ,I If N I ' V' 05 -' af I' VV N ,'b A V AFHWH , I -IIf- LLI an 9 r ', .1 . I fo F tl ' G 11 F. FRANKENBERGER JACK FLORA JOHN FRYE RAYMOND FRYE SUE GALBRETH TREVA FREY JOSEPH FRISBY SHIRLEY GANG MARJORIE GILDNER ANITA GILLETTE DOYNE GLASSBURN STANLEY GODSHALK CLASS 13a Md plcoffoggmk DEF Superior m ,-H Dlgnlff Rank or RUTH ANN GOEHNER KENNETH GOLDY BEVERLY GORDON JOAN GORDON 'N of me JOAN GRAYBILL MARY JO GORDON JOHN GRILLO BARBARA GROVE 120 JOSEPHINE GRAY BARBARA GRAVES JUDITH GREGG JERRY GRUBER , Y f , 1 C . PJ WT' ' .Y N c J D A 43 I I 4 P0 xx D I If - x x ' I . 'X g . 3 ,g J A 1 0 54 0 xay-KRT., N T O27'I'J A WB.: STAN HESS BARBARA HICKMAN DICK HOLDEMAN FRED HOTZ A 'SU' UWM lo QEWNGG 0 Nlfm lg ,ww 'T'hankg9:vmG 1 A ' Q MARY ANN GUZZO CARL HANEY JUANITA HANY JAMES HARNESS aff' uh WAN DA HARTMAN DALE HOAK JUDY HORN CAROLE HOSLER LARRY HARTMAN DON HASELWOOD FORREST HEILIGER I BRUCE HOEPPNER 'C' Nr BUD HOSACK JANEY HOSLER WILLIAM HOSSLER KAY HOWARD ROGER HUNERYAGER ELIZABETH ISBELL GLORIA IRVING CARLA JESCHKE 121 1: f A , A' 1? ! I 'six I , A, lf I if I -I ' I I 1 'Ak N4 ' I A' f A 1' III. R A If I-' K 5. I r f Q Ai: f I , I A 'P' , Q I ,. - .. V A Lf? ,hh Q I ' 1 I I as , W , B P Q I X I w f, A 1 ' I ' ' v IIAT if W ' I X E A ' If ' 7 I II! I ' . , ' I 'I - F I . . .ff Q ,f if 7 L A , i I I ! 1 6, I Ili" ' A I , A S I Q WIN aI 4 X ' 1 I If HELEN JESSUP DAISY JOHN SON VERNARD JOHNSON MARTHA JONES VIRGINIA KANTZ BOB JORDON HOSEA JUMP LOU ANN KAPP JAMES KAUFFMAN JACK KEENE X 122 A w rsup NANCY KELLER BOB KELLY WILMA KEMBLE CLASS IW , 1524! Nlbv O 5 COXCIXO-5 I0 LARRY KELSEY HELEN KENT DIANE KESTER JACK KIDDER RICHARD KILBASE ANNIE KIMBROUGH MARY LOU KINSEY JAMES KLAUS RONALD KLING JOAN KNUDSON JEANNINE KOONTZ O 54 our VavslTf Cf X fi SHARON KRAYBILL KATHLEEN KRETCHMER DONALD LAMBDIN I 4. " WALTER LARSON SHIRLEY LEHR ROSE LEROY DICK LEYDA DAVE LEYDA Q JACK LINTON ROBERT LITKE ROSE LONG ROSE LOCKWOOD '! JANET LOUGHS LEONARD LUCCHESE KEN KUHN WAYNE KYLE PHIL LEHMAN JACK LEATHERMAN ff,-X QQ S x W GN 5' I' .,-P ,IW W -'Z X XXX ww , NIIQ Ip! GORDON q .f LUND ROSEMARY LUSHER GEORGE LUTZ PHYLLIS LYONS RICHARD MANLEY BRUCE MANN 123 HGV CLASS RONALD MARLING THELMA MANN SHARON MAROUARDT SHIRLEY MAROUARDT Q Chrn5+m05 ,Q BILL MARTIN MAX MASTEN BETTY MAXWELL FRANK MAURE DELORES MCCARTHY ROSEMARY MCCAUL S qflh lfy lf! 124 .W 9-Ir! PHIL McCLANE C McCLOUGHAN JIM McKEE RAE ANN MESSNER NANCY McCUEN DENNIS McNEIL DAVE ELKUS STEPHEN MESSNER CAROL MILLER HENRY MILLER DOUG MILLER MARY ANN MILLER WILMA MILLER PAT MINEGAR av 3, A ' Vi . f I , f .I I A' C ' 'I fs' . ,, fC I es ' I I I,,. "3 f. 45' V -- ,.,, - , -Q Q l v O' I ' 4 f f Lg: 1 A 1 P 1 1 A Q - Y IE 4 - 5, H A fix? I Q Q A as I 2 -r I I ,vt K A I K H I If ' 3 M Y: "' nr " " Q I I f M .I I V V 105 A I 1 9 L 7 I I 1'l Q' , Q O 54 IA xx 'LQ I ffe .. W X f i? 4, ,... C,flC!?T Tea Ching BOB MINICHILLO MARVIN MISHKIN DIANA MONSCHEIN RICHARD MITCHELL LINDA MOORE ROBERT MONTEITH BETTY MORGAN ARDEN MORGAN LARRY MURPHY JOAN MORSE RICHARD MURRAY LARRY NEELY N I X 4' i Se mor 'PWD' I LASZLO NAGY SALLY NEHER JANET NEWMAN MARGARET NEIBERT NAWNICAYJS SHIRLEY NEWMAN PATRICIA NICHOLSON BETTY NITKA MARLENE NULF JUANITA OCKER JOAN OLSEN JOSEPH PALMERO JOY PARMATER JO ANN PARCELL SHIRLEY PATTERSON PATSY PAUL ANDREJS PAVULS NANCY PEFFLY ROGER PERKINS PHYLLIS PETTIT JAMES PFISTER JUDY PFISTER JANET PHELPS RONALD PHEL SHARON POSEY J 126 X CLASS Sf IM lC s f I f f my BILL PROUGH JANET PRUGH ARLENE RAAB v 9 V, 7,n4'4Q'f R f L Vw Q y 1 ga7I"" X 1 IE ,nm 7' Nl 4 42 .vi KAY REPLOGLE RUTH RANSBOTTOM Wash! 8 3 hd xv BETTY RAISOR JUDY REED DAVID RICE MARY JO RICHTER JOYCE RICE DAVID RIETH ALLEN RIEBS O '54 J 1 SA iw aff I - 5 I JIM RIGGLE SHIRLEY RINEHART STANLEY RINK FRANCES RITCHIE I If 'D MARGARET RITCHIE CAROL ROBBINS JUDITH RUSH TONY RUSSO BARRY SAMPSELL DONALD SCHARRER J F-me v Hu' TFA CLUI? 307 . s U ATI IN JACK SANDERS JOE SARGENT LARRY SARVER SIS CHARLES SCHILTZ MARILYN SCHLOSSER NELSON SCHLOSSER WW R SCHUMACHER DON SCHUTT JANE SCOTT LOUIS SCOTT I 112-5 ' X JERRY SCOVILLE KARL SENG MARILYN SHAFER SHARON SHANK 127 F r' , in ' . :J 4 I A K, Z I QS I I ,f I f - 5 I of-sI1 if I ff I f A A Y ',x 1, Q A " f 3 I U 6170 f 4' fr, 'ng XJ! l 5 CL , 5 T I I if . H kb U A .6 1 I fi Q K z!"v 5, V 2 A k 4 .. .f V 7 ,N . I x, .- ll , I E I If L, , ,Q A S3 A f' 0 EI' I I X X I' , A ' XI I ,A - 1 I ' ' I , 5232? 1 il I I ' ar Alfie ' f' . , ' 'f. I MICHAEL SHEA MYRNA SHEETS LARRY SHERMAN JACK SHIDAKER T Y iff PATRICIA SID CARL SIGSBEE BARBARA SILVER CHARLES SIMS LINDA SIPRESS NORMA SINGER ELEANOR SKATVOLD DONNA SMETZER rg 128 I x- CLASS lv' LUCRETIA SMITH MARY SMITH PATRICIA SMITH THOMAS SMITH ANNE STOKELY RONALD STORK JERRY STOW DONNA STUTSMAN xx x ELL . ,,, 5 ' 4- A , ' Ix ' f' ,A IX! ' K A , 571 I V . 'A In 2 I. 5, I. A . X If' I . WI I I 4 I j g , I .Q ,, . bl hi X 5 ' xt JACK SNAVELY CHARLES STEMM CHRISTINE STEPANEK MARGARET STEPHENS -A 3 LQ .- v T Sarnia ' I K I S4544 F 5 awww I kt k - V i . 1-.155 I x ' ,K K E' I if J D V J I NORMA THOMPSON DAVID TRAUTMAN lx DAVID TEMPLE 'H ll ARLEN TROUP JOHN SWEAZY SIGRID SWANSON SANDRA SWART1 DIETER STARNITSKY SHIRLEY TALBERT DICK TILLMAN SHIRLEY TEETER 1 DAVID TROUT JOAN TROVATORE 'wt KENTON TROYER LADDIE TROYER WALTER TRUEX pi GARY VEATCH IDELLA VANDER WEY LOUIS VIDMAR LINDA SWIHART SHIRLEY TARNECY KATHRYN TAPPERO ,Fqsfdh Q30 I -it RICHARD TRUEX JEAN VESTER 79 0 F ' ' 4 , I Q 9 I 1 1 ' . I xx A T' I ' 3 .W Y, I , IIQS' IJ if TCI, I J Q , W . j I I f I I 1 I IIIIJ L, I I A2 2 .Lg i ' CY SI W , LN A fiki? 3: , 14,1 ff . I. A II 1 , f 7-1 I - I ' . r Q ' IJ? is I.. A K BRUCE VOGT RAY VREDINGBURG CLARENCE WAGNER ALMA WALKER TERRY WARNER LAUREEN WALLIN NORMA WARREN JANICE WEATHERHEAD DONALD WEISNER JACOUELINE WEAVER WILLIAM WEAVER HUBERT WELCH e Ba can I' U re of JOHN WERBIANSKIJY ROMA WELDY RONALD WHITCOMB BARBARA WIENHOFT CLASS 2 ,,W,,,c,,,1 Sfflff RONALD WESTLAKE DONNA WHITCOMB SHARON WIEST STEPHEN WILDER , 'U DRUE WILKES SHARON WILLIAMS CLIFFORD WISE SHARON WILLIAMS 130 X K .ix E in I 'II 3' X Xl X v Q, A If I I 0 X E f ,'I ar 'Q' I 4 . f U 2 R K. A ff I X r OF 54 ,fxr A -NIA PHYLLIS WOOD IDA WOODARD MERLE WOLDT DONNA WRIGHT BBQ MICHAEL YODER ANNE YODER GARY ZILM WANDA ZIPSER TOM YODER BARBARA YOUNG -HP HENRY ZOOK TOM BARTON PICTURED BUT NOT GRADUATING APPLEWHITE SHARON CUMMINS MIKE CROW CHARLES DECKER RAY ELLIOT MARJORIE Z Q Q. T ,WP 62:-qduoCYaon GRAVES BARBARA HICKMAN BARBARA KRETCHMER KATHLEEN McCLANE PHIL WISE CLIFFORD GRADUATING BUT NOT ICTURED ANDERSON JOE BAILY KENNETH in BROWN JERRY BROWN RONALD GRISE. HAROLD KITCHEN RICHARD PATERNOTTE LIZETTE SLACK RAYMOND SMITH LYNN SUTTON, ROBERT 131 I A I 7 I 1 I . 2 I I fff' vi ' , V L I I 5 .,.A I . - " ' ,Lily A f if gli A 'S JO I I, A , XJ M 'F' , is . 3 , f . J, 1 L ' ' , 1 ki Q , , . A ' I 'U I I J P I ' , r . ' ' I CLASS Left fo rlglwt Vlrgmua Reed Dave Penmngfon Fred Mushlun Mrs Fox Jrm Eger Uree Fox Mr Klme HISKOIY of Class of '55 Coming back rn September as juniors we had the feeling of drgmty and rmportance We were all lookmg forward to the 3.CtlX1flf.S that thrs year was gomg to bring Included rn these actrvrtles were the play tollres and prom Now we belonged Instead of belng yust lrttle sophomores Flrst we had to elect our new class officers We chose the following presrdent 1m Eger vrce presldent Dave Pennlngton treasurer Fred MlShklH secretary Uree lox boys socral chalrman rm Reber and girl s social chalrman Vxrgmra Reed Our class sponsors Mr Kline and Mrs Fox were back to help us plan our actrvrtxes we considered ourselxes lucky to have them October brought our new class rmgs wh1ch we proudly showed to everyone Now ofhclally we were upper classmen Another blg event that took place was the unlor lollles On October 17th we presented our umor I'oll1es Club 55 The theme was a night club rn wh1ch the audlence was taken out for the evemng Here the audrenee could picture themselves entermg seemg the 132 floor show engoylng dancmg and refreshments an leavmg In Nos ember we had coneesslons at the Noxember 6th football game Everyone who helped enjoyed working and espeerally enjoyed the fun and play that went along with It Included rn our spring actrutles was the class ay Down to Earth It was presented on Aprrl 9th under the dlrectlon of Mrs Chrlstlne Dlllen The leading characters were portrayed by Ned LaDow Brll East Dennis Tuttle Ronald Kalser Tom Glendenrng M1ke I-Iapper Fleanor Stephenson Mary Lou Wenzel Carolyn Eyer Erleen Culp Sharon Bartholomew Uree Iox and Marllyn Pearson One of our brggest class events took place on May 15th On th1s date we presented the unlor Senror prom wrth the theme Out of Thls XX7orld ln Sprlng tlme It was held ID the Athenlan Ballroom of Hotel Elkhart Sylvla Donovan and Ed Kasamls were co charrmen of the affa1r At the close of our unror year we looked forward to returnlng to school as semors 3 V V - - I . V - - V' . , ' - V, V , - V . ' ' 4 y . .- , - d , . , I 1 . ., 4 ss .. . I s V 1 yl ' ' I ' V V . V 1 4 1 -. I , , , ' ' 7 Y an . . , , Y I - V U , . ' .' . l 2 . ' ' 'V' 's V , Pl V l ' , I' ' , ' I' VV VV I - - 1 1 1 I . , 1 1 1 1 ' . I ' . T , . . . I I 3 ,J 7 . , . , , , , y I ' I 1 1 1 ' 4 , - s ',A ' ' 1 4 1 1 . .. . YA . 7 ' A I ' 1 1 1 . s T ' , y V y V , , ' , , . , , J - A. V. a I l,, . . . - . ,, . . I ' . . - , .J ' I ' ' I ' , . . J ' ' - - 1 , .. VV - - - ' . ' , . , . V a ' . , J Y f ', -. 1 . .- . , I , 1 . 1 OF 55 Allen Mnke Allen Larry Andrea Raymond Anglun Tom Arusman Davud Aiknnson Roberl' Auld Larry Aurand Roberla Baer Dave Baer Sue Barley Mary Lou Balls Nancy Balls Shurley Bane Mlke Bangharl Carol Barber Don Barlell Carol Barnes Odessa Barre+ Lucelle Badholomew Sharon Baugh Nadyne Beafhe Elmer Beaver Marilyn Beaver Say e rens Carla Belmky I Bender a y Bennrnghoff Nancy Berkshire John Bnckarf Sharon Blddle Cora Bigelow Bersy Blessmg Berry Blessing Kalhryn Blough Wayne Blue Marilyn L 4. V! Bowser Dwnghl' Boyland Norma Bradford Charles Bradley Wllluam Bradley Conme BraHon Sandra Crrpe Beverly Brnffon Elvnra Brubaker James Buckmasfer Earl Burda Ardlfh Burkhardf Dwlghl' Burfon Nancy Burfon Tom Bufler Sandra Bufler Sharon Calahan Sharon Carlberg Nancy Case Janice Chavls Wardell Chllcofe Claudsa Chrnsfophel Mary Clark Keufh Clpp Bull Cllpp Janef Clrpp Jeane'r+e Cochran Duck Colluns Donald Combs Carol Cone Sharel Corpe Delons Couse Roger Cox Richard Cranmer Marlene Cranmer Paul Crum Sandra 133 7 . ' : . 1 . : E A 9 A ' . I i . I . 1 . I - 4 I I , I - I I J 3 A K J gg' . ' z ' ' il! val! A II . ' J B h , g ' , B'IIg . S II Q A 11 A 4 . -. . . . 4 ' ! 3 y ' . i .l U . 1 . t B s . A "'- - - .V N ' XX' Q H. l Q car V ' . : . : : . 'KK A i . ,,4"'L 9 a Fox Uree Freeder Jlm Freshour Jack Frey Joan Frusby Larry Fuller EI Donna Fuller Mary Fulwlder Larry Funlr Wllllam Gall Elden Garberlck Thayne Gardner Bob Gardner Terry Gaslull Jack Glendenmg Tom Golden Bud Goldsberry Jan Gral? Karl CLASS Crlpe Beverly Crlpe Kennelh Cnsp Phll Croul' Bobble Culp Ealeene Culp Phyllis Cummins Gary Cusfer Rex Darlwood John Darling Wayne DeHoff Manlyn Denman Nan Denlon Dave Dlclerhoff John Diehl Bull Dlllman Jerry Donovan Sylvia Doyle Jo Ann Drake Nancy Dull Donald Earnharf Carol Easf Bull Eby Sam Eger Jam Eusenbenss Dan Emmons Helen Eppers Delorls Ernsberger Bull Esch Lora Evans Carolyn Everfs Dave Eyer Carolyn Mac Dowell Rodney Feffer John Flscher Jache Fox Anna Mane vs., Grayblll Jane Greene Le Roy Gruber Charles Hall Tom Happer Michael Harness Wayne Harper Franlue Harris Ellzabefh Harfman Charlne Harfman Glorla Harfman Mary Hasiy y e Harfman Toby Haver Jlm Hayden Connie Heaton, Herberf, Helbmg. Lucnlle, Helman, Frank 134 E as ,ga fi s P 1 x s 1 . : ' . : ' . ': . X 4 ' I . ' : . ' . Q. . : ' . : ' . ': ' N I I l n l l I . C 1' C as "5 y nekry 5 . : . : . : . ' . : , 1 . . ffm 1 , r ' J ' ' . : . : . ' : Fl , an ' ' 'T 1 . I . I . I 33: . : ' . ' : . ' . .J l ,. . . . .. . W , I I l l l ' ' I fa' . : ' . : ' . : l g ' ' ' ' ' ' 4 C , l ' 'A'l VJ' . ' N.. r ' 1 A g, V R L I . , Q I ' l ,' ' I, ' 'I ff I A I I ' elr', X V I CDF 55 Hemmunger Duck Herfsel Glenn Herschler May Hugh Ruchard Huckman Ovefa Hunners Dorus Hupskund Roger Hule John Huff Sheula Hodgen Sally Hoffman Judy Holi Kay Holycross Bull Hooley Joan Hopper Norma Hosler Janef Hosie+ler Charlene Hoslefler Mary Ellen Holchkuss Dawn Hudkuns Leann Huffman Barbara Brunner Tom Hugguns Duane Hun? Nancy Huss Mary Jo Hufchuson Bull lavagnuluo Helen Jackson Joe Lewus Jones Pai Johnson Arlene Johnson Duck Johnson Januce Johnson Pai Johnson Ronnue Johnson Tedd Jones Ruchard V? -Q-r 5 6- T Us A., Laal 'erflk' 6 I. bl ,J Jones Sally Ann Jones Sally Lou Kauser Ronald Kamp Paul Kasamus Ed Kenega Joe Kudder Paf Kudder Tom Kume Mariha Kung Donna Kung Jum Kufner Janef Klaer John Kleykamp Don Kolanowsku Peggy Kramer Carl Kuhn Aluce Labelle Geralyn Labelle Sharon LaDow Ned Lambdun Carolyn Lambdun Davud Landus Gene Landry Duck Lanfz Barbara Leege Dave Leers Norman Leusf Pal Lenaburg Karl LeVoncher Duan Lewus Nancy Lully Peggy Lully Tom Lundley Sharon Lunfon Cleo Lunion Davud 135 7 g. A. :ga '. 4 J, vlgffl H - . " 2,-5 V , u ga . 5 g - . . . u - . 1 XX L' A ' .Q . : . : . : . Q g xg. H : . : . - D. x g Y 1 1 ' . . l ' l , J so 1' l - N l A, ' . : ' . ' : " . : A L ' - 4 'Y u . ' : . 1 . - 44 Q ' E,-aj, 5 l 0 ' 'V , V. A . H . ' . i fy i-: Q, l 1 Z f K . : . : . : Q '53 4 - Q H V A 5 ,, , ' .. . A u u u u 1 - r F I E ' K I r 'Q if t ., , 'lk ' 1 r 'aff - ,F 'f 5 A1 ' g 5 iv 7 ' I ,. 'Q u 1, 1 ,r I V V-I jf., . : . : ' . : u Y ll l 1 1 ' 4 Q I , A t K u u u u u f 4 L x XX ' Au xx - 4 ll l Q J y H 0 J . : . : '. : '73 I Y , F . : . : . : ' A 1 . : . : . - u A J . y K , l 5' ' ll I l I l I l my ll J . A 43 'x . -, A., I V "' ,, A , 'mu A 2: i M , y , , , - " u : . : . . are :Z f, V'-le N ,W . 4 S a X la Moore Duck Moore aye Moore Ronald Moores Julla Morfon Ralph Moyer Marlene Mulcahey Carol Murphy Jacque Murray Dan Myers Sherry Newman Larry Nnccum lna Nolen Ralph Norrls Cafherlne Newell Loss Nusbaum Jane Nye Mary OConnor Sharon Ollphanf Marilyn Olive Dorofhy Olsen Dorolhy Ann Owens Elnora Parsely Carolyn PaHernoHe Llse1"le Pearson Ken Pearson Marllyn Pease Mary Lou Casselman Bonnie Peffly lrma Penmnqion Dave Pelhfer Erma Plxey Duck Pllskln Barry Pollng Herman, Ponder, Curhs, Ponhus, Pai 136 CLASS Lockwood Russell Long Sandra Longeneclrer Donna Lord Jane Losee Merna Lough Marulyn Loughman Terry Luclrenblll Janice Ludwig Kay Ludlow Larry Luce Marilyn Luiz George Lyfell Sharon Maloney David Mann Norman Mann S ern Marhn Enesf Marhn Norene Massmg Shir ey Mafhls Darlene Mahsoo Andres Mahsoo Jura McCuen Peg McKee Dave McKee Paul Mefzger Berry Muller Adrianne er Bull Mn er Lnnda Muller Davn Muller Peggy Muller Tom Mnshlun Freddy Monlm Jane? Monscheln Barbara Monschem Leann 'Q M : , : . : . ' . . : . ' 1 . : , fa 'Q ', S ' ' . A Q I .I : .I : u i A N : ' . ': . : . 4 ,y - - ln Mau , 'I 'u , ' 1 ' , ua. . ' : . F : . : . . ' : . : . - Kb A A WL . U : . I -. .I : . I A y .f A QF 55 Presfon John uarandlllo Guy uler Sue Rea Cynfhua Reber Jlrn Reed Vlrgunua Relff Joan Renn Marc: Rhodes Ella Marne Rrchard Shirley Rlfe Dave Runaldn Angelo Rnfchue Jay Robmson Ball Rader Mary Jane Rodgers Kermll Rody Anne Rohr Judy Ruhlung Tom Roscoe Glorla Rolh Bob Rose Janlce Russo Benny Russo Nlck Russel Jlm Rufh Januce Saclrman Julame Sallor John Sanderson Carolyn Saranfos Mary Schnelder Theresa Schollleld Phyllis Schrock Eumce SchuH Charles Scoff Jlm Seymour Ronald wm-f'-'-mer-'gg V7 'Q X sl YW X L., Oh fi' xv 4 Schu++ Waller ShaferShnrley Shanh Larry Shaw Lnllue Sheeis John Snlver Nancy Slmcox Rufh Ann Simone Barbara Smgrey Rufhanne Slunner Jane? Smlfh Belvle Smufh George Snyder Es+her Snyder Leonard Snyde Soufhworfh Harry Spesshardf Joan Spies George Spooner Belly Sfahl John Stones Bob Sfealy Lorraine Sfepanek John Sfephens Ray Srephenson Barbara Sfephenson Eleanor Sfevenson Sandra Sfelfler Jack Sfelner Shirley Shver Cha rloHe Slreely Dark Slruble Shella Sfrukey Tom Swank Margaref Swarh Fred Sfrleby Shirley 137 V D I 1, 3 R f, A 4 . : O ' . : O ' . : . I 2? Q r I fx rm, aim lx 3 . - . -. - . , .-.- '9 '? ,, E . . I y . I . : I I A J , Q . . V, it J ' A M.- ' . : . ' : . : . rf Q ' 1,1 .gl . 1- ' h' yy "M . 'x' 5 ff - 4 . x '1-C, 43, we 2 ,ff iv .1 Q 30:1 :H .elf X ' f ll -- X l . ' , 1 ' . I ' . ssl in 3 ...., J V ll ' ,rf ' -A Y A X ' X . x- L , Ru X I X 5 ' V' . nf-'W' R ' A Q I ""' ' ' y . L -gf V Q 1 . : . . , rw ,f QL if Q x .4 . I A J 5.1 u . I . I ' , ' 1 A I . 4 . ' : , ' : . : . X . Wullnams Georgnana Wllllams Ray Wood Jlm Woodard Loretta Woolsey Chuck Werhnger Wrlght Ronnue Wysong Larry Yealey Sally Yoder Charlofle Yoder Shurley Zummerman Sharon 138 CLASS GF '55 Slpress Luanne Stone Charles Sireeler Stephen Sanders Sue Talberf Ann Falcone Joe Tavermer Ed Terlep Tony Thompson Enms Thompson Sally Tammons Harold Tice Kenneth Tuflle Dennls Ulery Joe Vance Judy Vlncenf Vyelfa Vrydaghs Lllllane Wagner Belly Waldron Sally Walker Bob Walters Susan Wanlre Charlene Weaver Donna Weaver Mary Ann Webb Pai Wlegner Chuck Wenger Peggy Wenzel Mary Lou Whaley Terry Whnfmer Jane Whufmyer Wayne Whitehead Steve Whnle Shannon Whlfe Sandra Wllsey Marvm Wilson Ronnie IN MEMORIAM Durmg the school year, each of the precedmg classes has lost, through death, classmates who would have been pnctured ln these pages We lust them here, pausmg for a moment to pay trnbute to these friends, who are no longer wlth us, except 1n our memorles BARBARA COALMAN '56 TOM STEMM '56 COLLEEN ABEL '55 DOUGLAS FOSTER '56 SHARON FRANCISCO '54 WILLIAM BROOKS '54 V use r HT , . 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A , X, .X ' XX "l xx A' ' Standmg Mass Morey Mr Hardmg Seated left to right Ted Flhsnmmons Beverly Wulkmson Ruth Raafz Dennis Tepe Jack Douberteen Morey Mowaf l-llstory of Class of 56 We entered EHS rn a state of excrtement md confusxon The teachers helped settle us down to a year of work and study as the upperclassmen looked on rn amusement It dldnt take us long to get acquarnted and soon we were a part of the school and all of 1ts actrvrtres Now we could go to post game dances and start yommg clubs Our hrst important job was to get organized The leaders of the yunror and senlor classes and the teachers drscussed the qualrtxes needed to be a good leader Before we actually elected our class officers we had seyeral progrlms on lcadcrshxp We got things stlrtcd by electlng our othcers and sponsors They were presrdent jack Douberteen nee president Dennrs Tepe treasurer Beverly Wnlken son secretlry Ted lrtzslmmons Morey Mow lt and Ruthc Raltz as boys md grrls socnl chalrmcn respectncly lor our sponsors we chose Mlss Morey and Mr Hardrng Orgamzcd meetlngs were held for us by the upper classmen and teachers 'Ihey were planned to lnclp us decrde what clubs to yoxn and what aetrvrtxes to enter We began to feel a part of EHS The months flew by as we were busy with lessons and actxvrtres We cant forget to mention the sports rn whrch we erther were partrcxpants or spectators On Aprrl 10th a party was planned by our soc1al chalrmen and lt was a blg success Everyone had fun dancmg and watchmg the floor show entertainment The party was held rn the gym and we went all out to decorate It as attractlvely as posslble Wxth the help of the general charrmen entertainment Sue Kraybnll dccoratnons Carol Arnold refreshments Ann Iarr records Sue Ball clean up Deana Wolf the party was a success As Senror Day rolled around we began to thmk more and more about our future m EHS Most of us looked up to the semor athletes muslcmns semors rn publncatrons ln student councrl on the radno show and many other actxvltres We looked forward to the day when the class of 56 would take 1ts place In the halls of EHS 139 : , . . , : , I - I I - - r , A T 1 2 I v I f . . . r. w ' ,a 4 . Q . , r , . . . . .I . t Y. , . r r. - ' 3 . , . . L ..f . - .i . C I , . Y.. ..s. ,- . , ' . ' r v -.V , ,, ,l .-' - . 1 A - 4 ' 1 1 r v ' ' 1 1 v n ' a 2 V y .. . . .. . . . , , . ' a a x ' 9 - .- .Q rv . 4 . fl y I .K . . Vg Q- -3 y f f fi N . - -. . . . , A - a ' 1 1 7 ' . . , . - - v Bock Ronald Bousson Dave Bower Carol Bower Charlorle Bower Dan Bowers John Bowyer Juluus Boylan George Boyland Jum Boyanl Marilyn Bradley Tom Branderburgh Audrey Brannan Sara Braun Doug Brown Arlene Brown Harry Brown Larry Brown Sally Jo Brubaker Kay Bucher Doug Bullowe Franchelle Bunde Rochelle Burleson Travls Burnshne Barbara Burrell Permelrlc Burson Beverly Burfon Kelfh Bushong Nancy Bufler Judy Buiollls Frank Cady Phyllis Campbell Kelfh Campbell Mary Canlne Mike Canlrell Kennefh Carlson Charles 140 ,R - 3 ., f. ' cv ,ii QR up 1 if 141 .s ffm' Lk if 49 ui' CLASS Adams, Joan: Adams, Sally, Ake, Myla: Allen Bonnie: Allen, Eugene: Alsline, Kay. Alf Beverly Ambros Nick Anderson Barbara Armsrrong Jon Arnold Carol Afklnson Sally Bally Bud Baker Blllle Baker Frank Baker John Ball Sue Bullowe Franchelle Balyeal Tony Barfell Larry Backman Rnchard Barnes Joan Bridge Barbara Barrenhne Wayne Baskerville Joel Behrens Gayle Benner? Joan Bergerson Rnchard Blckel Joan Buckel Loren Blrggner Thomas Blah Dave Blessmg Tom Bloom Don Blough Sfanley Blubaugh Jam AA fi? , ' ,V 6 Q I 1 I . . I 3 I 1 1 I I f, , G , ' . : . : . I if Q . f 3 l - X ' . y 0 X, 5 . . . . . - N' l5 f yi -, , H - n ' ' ' T o . , l Y . 7 . I . V g - 1 - 'mi l' , f . V A 4 f,, B B ' . ' I . : . . " K 1 A 3' X 17 ' l - 1 X CDF 56 Carpenfer Judy Casselman Glorua Cafaldo Jo Causey Lucllle Chaffee Mary Ann Chrus Bll Chrnspyn Jerry Chrlshansen Barbara Coleman Marne Collins Edward Comer Shirley Compfon Joan Cone Dennis Cooper Gregory Cox Davnd Cress Ronald Crlpe Plwyllls Crlpe Tony Crlsl Carl Crofool Slwurley Cullen Luz Cup Donna Oaks Charlene Dalrymple Lee Dass Mulre David Lee Davies Delores Davls Barbara Davis Clayfon Davis Jlm Davis Tom Daub Carolyn Dawson Bob DeDarlo Vlncenf Depuly Bob DeShone Jack I 1""':Kl ,iv .A 2 'Wu i Delweller Sue Deuel Waller Dexier Rlcluard CICdIT1lllO Marne Duck Nancy Dillon Janel Dodge Nafalle Dolph Arlene Doollrlle Frances Douberleen Jack Dudley Oscar Earl Donald Easiman Mable Eclules Phyllis Eaclwelberg Susan Elias Cecllla EIII Mary Emge Fa? Emmerl' Sue Enfield Raymond Fair Jo Ann Farfaro Tony Farr Anne Ferguson Pai Ferro Jolnn Feedby Vlrgunla Fllberf Jeanine Fusclwer Janef Fnsclwer Sharon Flsher Dudley Fnsher Janel Flfzsommour Fred Flower Dan Foley Marlene Folh John Forney Linda 141 ff Hugh Charles Holbauer Don Llnda 1 I 'Q Hanes Nlva Holmes Rulh Huffman Janel Hoffman Duana Hooper Dale Horn Roger H Hudkms Waller Hummel Margo Humphrey Dorolhy Hulchnson Mnke Hodgen a Ann Huffman Holycross Pal ousour Janel Hummer Lynda Sharon Hyde lvanagmluo Mary lrvmg Clemenhne SugeHe Marfha Jacobs Shurley Jenkms Ronme Jenks OY Johnson Norman Johnson Bur+on Johnson John Johnson Hugh Johnson Larry Johnson Levar Johnsfon Ann Jones Norma Kalk Danny Kane lrus Keck Barb Keck David 142 iii maze A CLASS Forgey Roberl Fosler Douglas Freese Grefchen Funk Carol Gage Ken? Galasso Joan Gardner Joan Guggy Raymond Glan+ LoreHa Glenn Jerry Good Wayne Goode Evelyn Gornuck Carolyn Gould Glenn Gray Barbara GrlHl+h Marlene Gnllo Sally Guuo Jean G I LeRoy Hand Sandra Hager Ewun Hanover Duck Haney Joyce Happer Belly Harper Cecelia Harrell Larry Harrls Alberl Horlon Bull Hasfy Jerry Hauensleln Sally Helnlz Claudelle Henrlckson Bob Herrold Bob Hershberger Barbara Herlsel Jeanene Hackman Ronald A .,,,"'1' ri' L Q 1. - L I I . ' : ' : L r L G , 1 . Q , , n I I a I Q . L A ,ll K . .. In JT- y . U . i I Z I ' fl ' JA ' an E l y . ' : . : '. : ,Z . , A ' .S U xi Q I I . : V : , ' Q 3 E " , X x Rllfll . 51:31 QA 1 1 L 1 A , L' H at V -Q , , , . I . 5 I 1 -W V AI KA A Q . A J 'A - WUQS lvl-V...-'H I . I I . I . I I P M 3 , 1 5' J A Q M X 2 Q, .. ' z . I . : I U if g A : . ' : ' . ' : . L N R - ' L X Q f . : . : . : ? ga I : ' I G r 1-- - ..,.,, I I I y - if .i . ll 7 ' ' . ' wk ' V, OF 56 Ke er John Keller Marulyn Kemble Tom Kemson Evelyn Kensull Karen Kndder Judvlh Kuefer Jlm Kenlner Bruce Kerschner Louella Kvmbrough Charles Kmdle Nylene Karnsh Dean Klslner John Klaer Norma Kung Sue Kung Roger Koehler Sue Kollaf Dave Koslu Sandra Krayblll Sue Krefschmer Bernie Knder Sandra Kulp Janice Curry Shirley La Counfe Earl Lanlz Nancy Larimer Carolyn Lauby Lynn Leafherman Mary Lou Leupold Jon Lewls Barbara Llnn Lanny Lmfon Larry Llppel Tom Luke Sally Love Berme if if Love Roger Lyons Bonnie Manley Nancy Mapes George Markus Joyce MGFFIEDO John Marshall Duck Marhn Mary Marfln Janelle Masf Karen Mas+en Shlrley Maison Davld Maure Ka+y Maurer Lawrence McCavl+ Marcna McClane Bob McCombs Mona McCrory Delores McCullough Larry McKee Beverly McLaughlin Earl McMvchael Jean Merrlfi' Bob Meyer George Mnchals Harold Mules Larry Muller Anne Muller Barbara Muller Jann Muller Jerry Muller Joan Muller Larry Muller Lesfer Muller Marcia Muller Muke Mlnmchlllo Ronnue 143 fax Pollard Barbara Pomery Pai Poorbaugh Louuse Polrer Arlene Prungle Jum Prugh Sfeve Prugh Diane Puff Sally Raab Jacob Raafz Rulh Davus Kerfh Randall Larry Ravenscroff Dan Reed Marllynn Rees Rachel Read Shlrley Renn Charles Replogle Donna Revonr Rena Rhodes Dnci Rlbler Bull Rice Jay Richmond Nancy Richey Jerry Renaldl Tom Rlerh John Robinson Par Rogers Larry RlHer Ronald Rohrer Cheryl Rose John Rorh Duck Rowe Lee Russo Barbara Rodwlcl: Karhy Sackman Coleen 144 ffff JXN 'Nm CLASS Mifchell, Harold: Mifchell, Sharon: Moffat Grace Moore, Charles: Morris, George: Mowal, Morey Mulcahey, Joan: Murphy, Jim: Myers, Gary: Myers Jan: Myers, Nancy: Nagy, John. Nea Gloria Neff Janer Nicholls Richard Nolan David Nolen John Cgar Richard Oslen Jane? OH' Terry Orfo Jean Overholser Dellcla Pagedas Alhena Palmer Duane Paih Eddie Payne Jane? Pedler Jane? Peffley Kafhryn Peffly Shelba Peler Melcenla Peferson Jane Peferson Jlm Pfllbsen Charles Phoebus Larry Plnkham Anne Plank Marlene Q 253, lui V, WM' -4. L4 4. 55. II . I I . I . 1 3 Q J , ' : . : . : cm X ,r , pw F W E: 4' Q., X XA , 3 ii' K V' . F I L, I, , A':Z:.'i':: l I D I I I ' A . 1 ,Aff ' ,L A 8 W x Q ' P 5 x 1 P - A : . ' . y I Q A A A . In ., . . . ' I ' ' l ' i ' ' X J . Z 1 4 . Q' y. ,, ,., yx " Q IKFE ' f ' , 1 ' , . . A ' ' 1 J ene 5 mf V 1 X .- 5 , e'en '- A ' y , V l yk ' A rye ' X . : . ' : . : . : , 1, V y ,I Q J ,Q gg . , ,.', - ' - f , -. S CDF '56 Sanderson, Richard: Sargenr, Lilag Sassaman Shirley: Sawars, Diane: Sawyer, Dick: Sawyer, Neal Schlosser Marianne Schmldf Max Schoemann Carol Schreckengasl Nancy Schrock Junior Schuelke Carolyn Schuler Alice Schuler Sharon Scoff Jon ScoH Leroy Searcy Jlm Searles Dan Seers Joan Slkora Jean Shank Barbara Shank Frrlz Shank Nancy Show Duck Shearer Joan Shearer June Shelion Phyllis Slkora Doris Sinclair Paul Slfer Bar ara a augh a h Sabaugh Shonne ac Marlorle Slunkard John Slessman Ernesf Smelzer Larry ,44 5' xx, f 10 Smifh Audrey Smifh Carolyn Smlfh Jerry Smulh Joe Sml+h Lorefia Smllh Marian Smifh Pal' Smlfh Sandra Snearly Evelyn Snyder Ellen Snyder William Spesshardf Jean Springer Pa'Hl Spry Don Slemn Bob S+elner Dave Sfemm Allen Slephens Douglas Sfevens Naomi Siewarf Charles Shver Carol Sfoddard Lyle Sfewarf Shirley Sfuck Karen Sfuck Leslie Sumpfer Chuck Smbocly Diane Tepe Dennis Terlep Bob Tha+cher Paul Thompson Larry Thompson Merle Trigg Maxine Trovafore John Troyer David Troyer Gwen 145 SMA Wulhnson Charlyn Wullnams Dons Wlllangs Larry Wllsey Paul Wulson Ronald Werf Sieve Wrseman Drema Wsswell John Wlse Jum Wlse Nancy Wlfhers Richard Wogoman Frank Wolf, Deanna. Wolschager, Waller, Wood George, Woodward, Bull, Wrlghf, Francls, Wrnghf, Shelby Wyman, Ann, Yealcey. Mllze, Zergler, Lnnda Zimmerman, Sue, Zollmger, Sandra, Heslrefh Sherrill Leers, Joan, Wnlllams, Clyde 146 Na Q- 'Sf bf CLASS OF 56 Trumpower John Tussmg Ronald Vanhne Neal Veafch Peggy Vmcenf Doras Wagner Arfhur Wagoner Dave Wagner Elsne Wagner Larry Wagner Lvnda Wampler Terry Ward John Warner Sandy Waierman Clark Waters Adelude Weaver Beverly Weaver Carol Weaver Donald Weaver Ronnie Weaver Sharon Welrlch Tom Welsl Sandra Weldy Sandra Wells Connue Wengel Jerry Wen? Chadrlck Wheffen Marilyn Wl'IICk8f Clarence Whlfe Elden Whr+ehead Sonya WhlH Linda Whybrew Joan Wlegner Marlha Wuener Joyce Wllhelm Sally Wallunson Beverly .MAN fb V ' ' 'heed mfw' J I X g A Sf , . 1-a .Q 5, A 4 J y ' g y ig . , V Y r , Q. if ' ii iff ig R . . ,. ,M J' A ' ' Fe, 'W ' ly ' l ' l gs, I 1 ."" ', . I . I , I . J X L J . ll. f ' ' l I ' 1 ' ' be A -' W a, ' . : . : . ' : if w . . . e .,,., . ,f 1 . 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ADAMS NORVAL BS MS Biology Sclence Chairman ADDISON WILLARD BS MS Commerce AMSBAUGH ANNA BA MS Homemalung Chairman AVERY FRANCES BA MA French BEL JOE BS MA Commerce BLACK LAURA LEA AB English BOOK ORPHA AB BS Lnbrarlan BROUGHTON RUTH BA MA Engllsh Language Chairman BROWN PATRICIA ANN BS Commerce BUSCHE LOUISE BA MA English CAMPAGNOLI ANTHONY BS Physical Educahon COOPER HARRY BS MA Commerce DAVIS JOHN BME Dnrecfor of Insfrumenfel Muslc DEAL JUNE BS MS Commerce Counselling DILLEN CHRISTINE BA MA English Dramahcs ENG-LE EDWARD BS Indusfrlal Arls EHRSAM ROBERT AB MS Mafhemalcs ASSISIGHI Baskefball Coach FOX ALICE AB AM Maihemahcs English G L IVAN BS MS Chemlshy Tucker Manager GOWDY WILLIAM BS M M M Dlrecfor of Vocal Music Music Chelrman QUT FHCHZQI UNSELFISH CAPABLE. .FRIENDLY 147 HAMILTON WILLIAM BS lndusfrlal Ar+s Senlor Counselor HARDING KENNETH BS lndus+rlal Arfs HART GLEN BS MS lnduslnal Aris Counselling HARVEY REX BS MS Malhemahcs Mafhemaflcs Chanrman HERBST EUGENE BS MS Physical Science Mafhemahcs ISBELL WELFORD AB MS lnduslrlal Arfs JANZARUK JOHN BS Physical Educahon Foolball Coach Drnvers Tralnlng JARVIS KATHRYN BA MA Maihemahcs Counselling JAMES HOWARD BFA Ar JOHNSON JULIA RN School Nurse JONES FLORENCE BS MS Soclal Sfudles Cadel Teac"nng JORDAN RILEY BA M A Social Sfudles Socual Sludles Chaurman KAUFFMAN LEWIS BS MS Socual Sfudles Counselling KELLY DOROTHY BA MA Engllsh Publscahons KENDALL MARY BS MS Physucal Educahon KERR LESTER BS MA Mafhemahcs KING GLADYS BA MA Spamsh Mafhemahcs KIRKLAND HELEN Ph B MA Commerce Job Placemenl KLINE ALBERT BS lnduslrlal Arls THEIR MINDS INSTRUCT AND INSPIRE US 148 T , I . . .. ., M.s. A I G , I I, . ., . . ' Y " L 8 ,l I , . .., . . Q L , . , . . -'S A LIKENS VIRGIL B Ed MS Physucs LOWE PAUL BA English MATER WILBUR BA MS Soclal Sfudues MAHAN ROBERT BS MS f 3 Physics McHARGUE GLENN B S Soclal Sfudses Counselling Homemaklng MILLINER WILLIAM Physical Educahon Baslrefball Coach M5 'E MOREY EILEEN ss it Englnsh MORGAN JOHN BS Indusfrlal Arfs ORGAN E T Dureclor of Vocahonal and Adulf Educahon SA DS W E BA MA Socual Sfudnes SAWYER MARGUERITE BA MA Lahn Engllsh SHARP MARIE BA MA English Counsellmg SICKELS ADA Ph B MS Engllsh SIICOTT GLEN BS MA Dnrec+or of Afhlehcs Healfh nd Physncal Ed Chalrman SFROULL RAYMOND BS MS Soc al Sludnes SCHWARTZ DONALD BS lndusfrlal Arfs WAGONER EVELYN BA MA Euology WENGER GALEN, AB, MA DIFBCBOF of Speech and Radio Workshop THEIR HEARTS LOVE AND ENCOURAGE USg THEIR HANDS HELP AND GUIDE US. 149 W i, . . .. . . VV 12 ., . L : , . . Q A gf? ' I . 'I . . McKEEHAN, ALICE, B.S. 1 7 w r A G , h -, a.s. ,5 ,,', 5:5 r y., . , I f A g I , - , , . ., . . 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Thats our "XY'oody". il stern but likeable nun, the friend of every boy .ind girl in EHS. XY"oody consults the Council and class oflicersg he makes us feel that this is our school, not his school. He talks to us about conduct and elmr.1eter, trying to guide all our hearts. hands and minds to life-time standards of high neliieveinent. and Cut Counsellors Principal C P Woodruff Lef+ lo righlz Miss Deal, Miss Jarvis, Mr. McHergue, Miss Sharp, Mr. Hari, Mr. Kauffman. Tlre deans confer with Mr. Woodruff. The Guidance Council Do yo11 rec.1ll tl1e tirst d.1y th.1t yo11 entered lligll school .1s .1 sophomore? Most of LIS remember th.1t we were confused .tbout tl1e whole prospect of being Ll l1igl1 school student. XY'h.1t subjects sho11ld I t.1ke? How SllOLllcl I .1rr.1nge my sched11le to correspond witl1 my fut11re plans? XY'ill it be necessary for me to t.1ke Physics for .1 science Il'l.llOf? All of these questions .1re ones tl1.1t most sophomores .ire confronted witl1. All of these questions were .tnswered p.1tiently 11nd thoughtfully by o11r counsellors. As time went on. we l1.1d more tluestions .tnd more ptobleliis. Ag.1ii1. .1s iuniors .ind seniors. w e found lll.ll OLIF counsellors were re.1dy to give .1 helping h.1nd ln spite of tl1e hundreds of girls .1nd boys of e.1cl1 1l.1ss level. these counsellors somehow m.1n.1ged to trc.1t e'.lLll boy .md girl .ts .tn individu.1l. Besides their iob .is counsellors. they 11.11 e their own cl.1sses with the work .ind worry problems tl1.1t te.1ching involves. XXL tive .1 gre-.tt dc-.il to these people who lTl.1l'iL' our big problems seem sm.1ll ones, .md wl1o helped us to l1l.ll'sL' .1 w ise decision in the choice of courses .md helped us solve our Vk'I'5lJI1.ll problems. illllc' 1le.lI1s of ycstcrcl,1y. thought of only .1s disciplin.1r i.1i1s. .ire .1 l-.lf try from those of to1l.1y. Our de.1ns .1re guides. counsellors and friends 11s well .IS mentors of o11r conduct. M.1ny students go in on tl1eir own to t.1lk about their problems witl1 tl1e de.1ns. cert.1in of being able to t.1lk over both sides of the matter. A student is having troubles at l1ome. .mother is "in bdclil with Ll teacher, gossip has been spre.1d .1bo11t L1 tl1ird student each one enters tl1e de.1n's otlice .md tells tl1e whole story to .1 sympathetic ear. Mr. Rogers good .1dvice. Miss Dorsetts w.1rm smile. Mr. ljpdikes helpful words. cle.1r Llp .1 situation for some boy or girl .1 dozen times e.1cl1 d.1y. As he.1ds of tl1e g11id.1nce depttrtment. the de.1ns .lflel Mr. ljpdike often meet with Mr. Xlfoodrurf to discuss tl1e policies 11nd procedures of pupils or personnel. This june. bliss Dorsett. o11r de.1n of girls. is resigning to go into business. mucl1 to tl1e regret of .Ill who knew her. During her nine ye.1rs .1t EHS. she st.1rted tl1e guid.1nce pI'Og,IT.lID. org.1nized tl1e Girls' l,L'.l4LILlC. set 11p tl1e litlective l.iving Course .lllcl tl1e CQ.1det 'l.L'.iLllL'l' progr.1m. .md worked with .1ll tl1e .ictivities of tl1e scl1ool. their members. otlicers .1nd sponsors for better org.1n1z.1t1on .1nd closer unity witl1 the school IWfOgl'.1ll1. 153 Mss Helen Klrlrl nd Placement Mr E T Organ Vocational Director and Miss Anne Polmg Job Placement, Helping boys and girls find jobs for which they are best suited and helping employers find the right person for the job IS the arm of the placement office Here you will find a file of yob orders and applications of pupils who are mterested in working either part time while in school or full time after graduation Achievement special abilities attendance and personal ity character records are checked before recommen datrons are made Personnel directors professional people and business men are calling the placement office more and more frequently before hiring high school graduates Pupils who are excused from school an hour or more for work must haxe their applications approxed by this office Visits to industrial offices and other places of em ployment are arranged by Mrss Kirkland placement counselor One of the personnel directors who 154 ocatlonal Education assisted rn planning these NISIIS to lndustry was Miss Anne Polrng of Whitehall The purpose of vocational education is to fit for useful employment This 15 interpreted to mean not merely preparation for specific skills 10 jobs but to a satisfying and productive life of employment Vocational education develops skills abilities under standing attitudes working habits and appreclatlons Vocational education IS designed to serve young people who are employed as apprentices and need additional education and adults who wish to increase their skills and knowledge In order to achieve this goal the school work must be closely correlated to the industries and other places of employment As vocational director Mr E T Organ coordinates the training programs so that they will render maxi mum service to the community - ' - - A V also the knowledge and training that will contribute 4, ann-4: Q94 4 w 1. f A o ,L 5 fy- ! w :ff 4 W f E 9 3 gi riff., ,, Q 1 ,M Q Masai' M. mm u 3' ' X A 1 . b H..-vii ' f -i, ,Ma K -M. 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QA , , ,4- M 'V MV' -1 , 'Nj "i4is.-'L V , N ,. gi Q5 K, A lrms zncl XY'cst11kc C omptny Amcrrcm Coltmy, 1V11lls Blxtcr C 1I7CI'1 bhop Bcrmln bport1n4,H:, Goocls B111 S Lumbcr Incl bupply C ompmy Blcssmg bhoc btorc Brltmorc Stuclro Bucschcrs Blncl Instrumcnt Qilycrt Coll Chrc moo H rrclyx rrc 1 ounclry Clucrzgo Tclcphonc Supply Corp C 1nc1crc111 C on 1 Rctul S orc C ustom Booth M13 C or w l71yc s Drryc n Drys '1 rlnstcr Dohbrns NHL Co Do Morc C hur Co IL Drlkcs 17 crt TYIITT Bocly bmp lzlkhrrt Amuscmcnt Co Llkhrrt Auto Dcllcrs Assoc Elkhlrt Briss hlfg, Co Inc hlkhirt Brlcl c mcl Iron Company lzlkhart Clcrncrs Elkhart Clemnc House Assoc Elkhirt Iountlry M1ch1nc Elkhart Icc Qrcam Compmy Elkhirt Puklng, Company E1 Prco Llkhirt Plttcrn Works Llkhlrt Photo5,r1p11crs Assoc Llkhrrt Truth llkhrrt XX'clc11n1, incl Bollcr Works lnc lrncst Holclcmxn 1nc1Co11ct Inc lwccl C orp Inc lcclcrll Prcss I1nnc11 Systcm Inc luncrll Homcs Gqrbcrs Golclhcrgs H1517 Dryc Pool 156 INDEX J 1 1 c 77 77 7 7 an 5 C 891 L cc 7 J an 93 7 7 44 v qv k 'S u v 9 7 c 98 70 cv c v 7-1 7 7 7 7 7 L Hotcl llkh 1rt Isbcll Lumbcr lncl Coll Comporny uclds Drug btorc KCSCFFLIS Supply Inc lxccncs K1stncrs incl Sons Contrlctors Lrgcctt Supply mcl Equrpmcnt Co L md Ircss Corp Machnnc Specultrcs Mrrrks Cafe Martm Band Instrumcnt Co Mltzkc S Florll Mctrl Iormrng, Mllcs Lll7OI'lfOflLb Inc M11k COllI7Cll Mrllcr Stccl 1nc1Supp1y Co mc Moorcs Motor Supply Mycrs NCVHIIII Monyucr Lumbcr Northcrn Intl11n1 Brlss P1LCH7llxLl' Punt Spot Pwlson s Crfctcrm Pccller C,omp1ny Pr.11r1c Schooncr Rapp Company Rrcharclson bchult 'lrarler Sclmer Band Instrumcnt bhrcrncr Potrmctcr Sorgs cvx elcrs South blclc Clc lncrs Stcclcs cwyclcrs 'lhompson bcrcwy 'I f1XLllTllSfCI' C oich Wrlson s Bob bupcrmrrkct W XY 1lt nc WTRC XX'ooc11rcl lcccl btorc Woody and Irmas Wrays Icc Crcun Z1csc1s Q7 7 9 5,3 144 Q 7 3 HQ v iS 'n 1 5 5 S 71 -1 9 c SS 7 'Q 'Sl '4 71 N 7 9 7 7 1 gg: Jdg. 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X-L BLESSINE 8 SUNS C ngralulafzofis I0 SCI-IULT TRAILER 1830 soUTH MAIN good Zack As you cross the brrdge Between your school days And the future Elkhart Brldge and Iron Co d Miller Steel and Supply Co., lnc Elkhart, Indiana 158 0 ' r , Clam of '54 9 0 an NORTHERN 1540 1954 ,,,,,,--nd UD ef' v? A E A GOOD PLACE TO WORK INDIANA BRASS CO. 0 0 0 PLUM ST REET 0 ELKHART, INDIA Y I 6 ' 3 f zrewv I ' - 5 I M. ,, K Q' Q, r - ' Q25 A EAW Q A - V O J A Af H n H I u I n Q ' l tl l I Congratulations to the Class of '54 Newman-Monger Lumber Co. 210 EAST JACKSON BLVD PHONE Z 7975 C'vmpl1mentA of FEDERAL PRESS C0 Open Back lncllnuble Punch Presses C Manufacturers 160 O T0 THE CLASS OF '54 W - - - Its Youth, Sclmlarslrhr, and Future! XIIIIZS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS AND ALTERNAIES OP 1953 Xour sbeepslem rs a symbol of a Job yyell done From Speedy and all of us at lVl1les Laboratorles best yxrsbes for contrnued uccess rn all your post graduate endeayors And a speeral 1OLlH'l of congratulatrons to the 193-1 yxrnners to be of Vlrles Scbolarsbrps Nlrles annual demonstratron of fartb In the the semors of 1973 ubo yy on tbese annual as ststs to lumber edueatron All of the folks at lVl11es eagerly look foryy ard to Commencement tbxs June yy ben srx neyy sen tors of drstrnctron wrtb srx alternates yyrll be awarded tbese Mrles trrbutes to outstandrng scbolarsbrp Hoyy ey er Mules extends best yy rsbes for contmued success not only to the scbolarsbrp yy mners but also to all members of tbe Class of D4 XVbatey er and uhereyer your goal be future rs yours may lf serye you yyell MILES LABORATORIES INC Elkhart, Inehana tts AI RA SI I TZIR OINI A DAN IBRAINDJ V 'IA XIINS IAISC IN IBAC IINI AND XIII I Q 'XII RX INI 161 I KX I A' Y 4 73 3 ' K 'A 7 'Av ll H5 IV., p I 7 . V - -1 v 3 Y. 3 I S - n . - p . yn 3 V P X 1 X Y . Y N H 3 I 3 I 3 I X 'f " a f f H I 1 ' , A ' . lx A 'A L L 6 A . I X p N potential of Elkhart youth. Shown above are I 1 ' L I I E 3 ' ' ' , , X , 1 'F f ' 1 '1 Y -. v r it Q. ' 4 3 H " I ' V ' I I 3 YH 7 YI I . O . . . Q 9 'Y .llulz of: , ' 2 . 'F 2 . I 2- f ' I I ' - v ' f ' v "' ' 2 ' i 3 ' v 3 I I e . . L . . I . I . . .e I . I . Paulnvn A FE R ACROSS FROM HOTEL ELKHART C ongratulat1ons Class of 1954 Op I10OAMt80OPM Wd q rl 0 Congralulalzons I0 Ifze Gradualzng Claw 0 1954 ELKHART CLEANERS 162 THE HOME OF SANITONE Ame 1C3S Fmest Dry Cleanmg GHEIFB 26186 ZOIN M b i C A T E I A en 3 . . 0 : . . Closed e nesda- afternoonsa :3 r' ' ' ' Phone - . O O O I I2 h fp ff'ce Our Smcere C011 gralulalzbns and Best m5hE5 I0 the Class 0 54 THE ADAMS 81 WESTLAKE COMPANY If J MICHIGAN AVENUE 163 Compliments of I- .- LUMBER s. COAL co me PEDLER coMPANv Euumm INDIANA Cfwzbm mf woonwmns rs P I Q .3 .. L L :-2 I I Superior Quagfg . . . CI8I'iI'lefS . . . flutes . . oboes . . . piccolos 164 with ez MIND I0 Serve YOU. .. Af fz0tA'e,b Ziesells staff ol' Buyers, Fashion Co-ordinator and Interior Decorator search the markets to bring you all the "Needs,' and '6Luxuries" that make today's living so enjoyable, lint always with "You" in mindl l In the HEAR T of ELKHART vl Franklin bw Sfreel: wzlh ez HEAR T for the C UMM UNITY zl lezkef the w1'llz'r1g HANDS of many I0 Serve YQUf H inc to write llle order . . . Hands to receive, unpack and In uk the merchandise Hands to show it . . . Hands to charge it and to keep the records . . . Hands to gift-wrap . . . and Hands to deliver. It takes 'gmany willing Hands at Ziesel's" to Serve You! Compliments of gl A LUMBER 61 SUPPLY C0 WM HEINHUIS 'ES SON 1017 CASSOPOLIS ST PHONE 3 5808 ELKHART IND Bring refreshment into play have CI Coke 1 X M6556 2! Coca Cola Bottling Co of South Bend 1 6 6 O O fx ff!! 1 ea e , acl, VIN L' N A - C, .f ' X wg Mm mcfsiepgu w , lp P x , X X p S W? 12' F J 1 X I sornfo UNDER AUTHOEITY or THE cgi?cZu:Amigizi.:zrdee:ork- AMERICAN CUHTING MILL DIV RUBERT EMR CU., INC. BEST WISI-IES TO TI-IE CLASS CDF 54 54 Z sleepin ouuxz 27 52 57 TRAVELMASTER Congrafulahons cLAss or 54 ELKHART FOUNDRY 81 MACHINE C0 318 SOUTH ELKHART AVE 7 - - I V I I Y ALSO ' ' MODELS l Three great completely new models, with a choice of many exciting floor plans, built to suit your particular needs. You owe it to yourself to see and inspect the new 1954 Travelmaster o I C0l1gfdllLlIdlZ0715 I0 The Clam of 1954 Elkhart Auto Dealers ASSOCIHEIOH May you always have pleasant molorzag lhroagh We i ' o 0 169 Best Mhslres for the Class of 54 CUMPIIMFNTS 0F ELKHART WELDING 8. BOILER WORKS INC MOTOR SUPPLY CO INC Replacemenf Paris for all Cars and Trucks 170 I I , Q 134 South Elkhart Avenue I Ml 6'Ll"8 POMC! fo A9 f!L8 xg ,QA A BILTMUHE STUDIUS I9 M40 0 PCL el"If Al' in 8 Cfdfziii of MIKE YODER, Senior President 134 wi5!LeA fo you cz!! COl71f7lZ'H16Hf5 of OSQYD Elkhart Brass Mfg Co Inc 9 f L SL J PRESS CQRPGRATIGN 9 4, gon ra ufafiond pw, xM9A Qfagfy ,Quran pfffjaea .Sznfe 1910 172 It takes plenty nf nnnrishing fend tn raise e Basketball Star And WISE IS the mnther Whn shops at W11tS Where there 13 always Mere fer All fer Less u.l LU u.m:r 3, 421 Qsupen mnnuer 1 ug B 1 p Mrs. Sfeffler and Blazer son, Jack n H H X I :. '.h. 'J-T:A ' ,Q A . f X ,Ok Yi, Q 9 ". 'D Z7 JS, 5 C O X ' 1-fi' " fi lNC.D a x 1 .- 5' 'gil' Q' llqgpf ' 'soo aLocrc Ensv snuvpvnc mace X v e -'Va ' ei? "J s ELM:-snn1nvE.e .mcusnn BLVD. 9 .V ,5,w:9"""vQ,' -,: Wi ' R '4 'W' 'Q Q "Q fe . 5 ...Ziff , . . ' X-NE 'ff gill Servln You as Our Pleasure Y' 4' Xe . J 3 BESJI Wishes CYi9QiYD C KISTNER 81 SONS CONTRACWRS Congra tula tions from THOMPSON SCREW PRDDUCTS INC GEO. . 809 CONN AVE. 'Ifvu II Play K e tter mtl: a Us fx x WKXWXVX K X BAND INSTRUMENT H G SELM R INC ELKHART INDIA A I efzx X Q - XI I t IRIA 4' i' I 4 X f if WOODARD FEED STORE I AMANA Seeds-Grain-Custom Grinding NADIANA uvelsgocx llVE2IOCK Puuunv mns F ' l ' rnuuuv mos Lawn Seed and ert1 1zer Distributors of Napiana Feeds PHONE Z 7698 IZO7 NORTH MICH ST ELKHART INDIANA Conqralulatzons to the Class of fzfry Four from JUDD S DRUG STORES xx FRANKLIN 0 BOXVER ST JUDD DRUF STORE 8 so NIAINI so MAIN IN YOUR NEICHBORHOOD XX AIISAW I76 , 1 ' G S THERE ISA 1202 " I I 1 I KJ I7 ..' I f - -U5 I ,I J I 60M9I'dfllfdfl0MA C7444 0 I 95 4 with Stale Inspecllnn fur Ynur Prulectlnn ELHH!-XHT PACKING EU frum the Hume nf Yellow Creek Brand Meals 177 C011 gmlu laizom I0 the Clays 0 54 Al y ,ilofef f THE ELKHART TRUTH STATION WTRC MUSIC NEWS SPORTS NBC C0f1gmlulalz0r15 I0 Ike Clam of 1954 I f J Students and Graduates Are Wa s Welcome At I" . eg. 178 Wyhey I0 lhe Clam of 1954 EXCEL Conv INC 0 QW Bef! ' r Everybody frades wlih Symund N Thank You' The Rapp Company We Ouml Ifze Fdmlbl 409 SOUTH MAIN STREET ELKI-IART INDIANA 180 I ,IC jimi O UUBBINS weft! HAND '55 POWER SPRAYERS DUSTERS Hnhhins Manufacturing Cn ELHHAHT INDIANA 181 CJ rafufafionzi from.. I0 6'. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 54 0l'l'll9 L Rid MACHINE SPECIALTIES C S KEGERREIS SUPPLY INC Cutting fools Industrial Supphes Factory Equipment 108STHTESTREET ELKHART HUMANA 3 1 6 me of Comlagmenfd of . . , . Ph - 740 182 et ehind a 5 E' Martin Make the most of your musicianship . . . get behind a Martin! A trial will convince you. Write for free folder and name of nearest dealer. Mention instrument you play. The Martin f ,XBand Instrument Company, ' Elkhart, Indiana 1 'gif ll I 5:41 f-Nj T ir, f' I X ff l 1 X f 'H U, ft' H . . f ff .--" l ' Q 1 "ti K , f .M fini? will-5 .1 1 - J f ,.f1"'f'fj ll .V f AZ ffl : R 'sv x Lvl! I , at n M1 8 1 STEELE S JEWELRY ESTABLISHED IN 1924 Uv ll SIPPIP 9 Jewelry 365 Snuth Maln Street E1KHART INDIANA C011 gram laizons and B651 m5hK5 I0 the Class 0 54 SDUTI-I SIDE CLEANERS 104 HICKORY STREET ELKI-IART INDIANA I84 9 I I t'l II'q dth I' t' t'1 Ily d t"rI 'tl ,d' I. "I ,j ly d 'I I.c g,,'n0 XX' nm ' B I ' Crucn If J g7dA6LlfIf jnodana IS A woumsnrul PLACE ro uv: It IS the leadlng band rnstrument Clty of the World wnth more than 200 other manufacturrng lndustrles and Wrthxn fifty mlles are more than 600 lakes Wrth paved roads leadlng rn all drrectlons The St Joseph Rlver comes from the East The Elkhart Rlver comes from the South The Chrlstlana Creek Whlch never goes dry comes from tht North and they all meet here and flow West to Lake Mlchrgan only Hfty mlles away Where there IS lots of water everyone should know how to swnm You wlll long remember a day at the I-hgh Dlve Swrmmlng Pool Try rt sometlme and learn to svurm as there IS no charge at the Hrgh D1ve The best thlngs rn lxfe are free A94 QM swlmmma Pool O I 3 . 1 . . I m u 1 X V V x . . 0 a LIGGETT COMPLETE RUNNING C1EAR EOR THE TRAILER COACH INDUSTRY assembled preczszon adjusted and Iubrzcated ready for znstallatzon SQQX LIGGETT SUPPLY 61 EQUIPMENT C0 2030 SO MAIN ST ELKHART INDIANA BAND Irfstruments SD A comm: une 0F USIC AL ACCESSORIES 186 o f ,-7. - ,627 . ru: rzfcrnofvlc oncnn' . gf - T .ANDINSTRUMENTS To The Blazers of 1954 Q, vi nfl FDR A JOB WELL DONE CGNGRATULATICDNS C?hQ.5z5TQ'.ak 630' cilkhaff Sfesf Sfore WI: n 11 Ky Calvert Coal 6 9 th CALVERT COAL COMPANY Compllments of METAL FGRMING CCRP 0 011 ll you u e 6eAt "Elkharf's Besi Coalyard" DIAL 20794- O 88 in-X lgxfbfb Mrk! -1- V114 I f , fx X Q. 'WMMHQ PM 14' mos nv M sms 'E PlAVED IV ARYISIS O R IL 111111 U11 1..,l, Ill Ol 1111 11s11111s 10 X 1 L L 110 1110 X 21.7 400 Comet 111111111 110111 111111111 11111 1111 B111s11111 0 111s11 IS 11111 S010 1111515 Its 1 01 111111111111 111111 1111111s 011 1 13 111 1lllL 1011111 10111 IS 11111 llL1l 11111 1011011511 11111055110 l1lllXC 101111115 IS 111111 OHL O1 1111111 SUIJL 15111 1111 511111111 10111 -100 8111111 11011011 XIICIO 11111111 11111 111s1111g111s11111 B111s11111 XI 1s111 1 11115 110 ll 1 11111 1111 1llCll0I1flCC Ill c'1s111gs11111 1rc Hn 1111111 111 11111 111111s1011 10111 IIICCS 110111 1011 L0 110110111 R1sp011Sc 1 1111 111111 lllSl 1111 11111 11011 lb 111 Ill 11111 cusp The 111011111 111111 11 18131111111 111111111 l01 110s1t111 IOIIC 10111101 The D110 cllll 1111111t11111111 11111111s 1111: 1111111 11 l1cx1111l11y of t11c 400 C111 1111 111111 111 111 11s 11111 1011s 111111111 CC1ll'l111 c1Syr1-1111 X1111 1InlS1l I1llS 10111121 111 511111 11111 S1111 11111111 1112511 ll 11'11'1ncC Ill 1s11111111c YC '111 11115101 10111s111 1811111111 BUESCHER BAND IN 11 hc 12111 to lct 1011 1110 10111 B111s11111 11011131 111 g 111: 400 CO1 nct 1111s 111111 1011211011 Ily 1 STRUMENT C0 EL KHART INDIANA 189 1f.,l ' .-Arif? 'X 314 X '1 0 1 1 -fz, S , - R1 3-1 1 ' ' '..n,,.... I ' . ' 1' -...-fL -1 lf' 1. 2' , . , J , Q -1 , " ,e . 1- ' . f A 1 'c D 1' -1, 1 ., 1 MMM, ,,,,..., . .-- 1' ,' ' V M L E, 'P f In I ,. ,7' Xi , LA - Q . ,,,.w..f"' ,115 1 1 -f-'N EEN 3 N., 1 T, I ,, ' - , 1. . ' , -1 ,,.L I ' V ,mffb '1 'Q' ,-'-. 1 lx I fy 1 fy 1' 'M ' ' A A '1 1 vf ' W. - 1. 1 ,, 1 11 A . 11 - fax rr A 1 Rf-'X' 1 gg 1 1' Y1f.'1l'1l 1'-1'- '- 1 1 ff- ' -' IIC . 1 ' . . , 1 .' , ,. . , . ' 'I' U 'V ' . 1 h' n ' 1 'h' I h 1 2 Y. l': I ' 1 ' xi . 1 1 -A ' . 1 - 's :gl ".z 2 " . - ' ' . . . . -1 .' ' ' H " A 1 1 .1 i . l C 4 I1-, -' 'gin " ' 1 11. z ' ' 'z J- "of, .. , " - ' ' isnt :J ' . R.. ,. K . 1' I , . . I ' . .. , ' ., ' ' . , , , , , . . U " ' . ey . SYSTEM INC 6 mqilwzq, lolz, Jlcwfz, 971au'zLQnanuz, POLISI-IERS WAXES SCRUBBERS SOAPS ACCESSORIES SEALERS E H KHART INDIANA get gvlng 5144 ELKHART PATTERN WGRKS 717 BEARDSLEY ELKI-IART IND u - - n 11 500 asr Sr. H , , II C'uA tom Kraft In BREAKFAST NOOKS an BREAKFAST SETS or the Home he ?arn1ture RESTAURANTS SHOE STORES TAVERNS RECEPTION ROOMS SODA FOUNTAINS DOCTORS OFFICES BEAUTY SALONS DENTISTS OFFICES MILLINERY SHOPS HOMES SCHOOLS ETC CUSTOM BO0TH MANUFACTURING CORP 2027 So. Main ELKHART, INDIANA Phone 2 3299 191 ff Il I 1 J, r, 3'-gr A S V I . A Ii! -if? z fx" I 4 ' z '+'3f'f,f' If A T.: A- 'I ',,F' , - W . F: I F' ' Q1 Z, , u . . , A - ,in ,I 'I V X . xv Z D , ' 'JE ""-af? ,. ,SSN it ' ' I I e , I , .E .Q f ' V L Tl Lx ,, 3... E T' pg. T if , ' F I ' Km.?xn,:,. cw.-YS., A-, 1 I ,... .:.., t 4 k . ,,, sg 'J Q . , ,: ,P " 1 ,. nl ,Q T' O for . . . . Y Y Y Y ' O IT DOESNT COST IT PAYS T0 PAINT FUI ELPACOS NEW STORE 3000 W FRANKLIN STREET Us 33 W f fPREE PARKING Tfoa Cannot Eur, 14 Eetter Paint dt dm, Price fWthu w A Complete Line 0 uezlzly Lumber and Building Supplies SHREINER PARMATER LUMBER C0 INC 3051 HAMMOND AVENUE 192 I - 419, I On . . -- es -Acres 0 u , , n A complete line of unfinished and ready-to-paint furniture, plus a beautiful line o ea er anes, House, Post and La n markers for you to choose from. 0 I 0 ,4 flaaf f Q J JJQMA 0I'l'll0 Ll'l'LQI'lf5 ELKI-IART CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION FIFSE Nat1onal Bank St Joseph Valley Bank P1rst Old State Bank Members of the Federal DGPOSII Insurance Corp ELKHART INDIANA THE ELHHAHT MILK IIUUNIIIL C K 0 CompHmemscf Hays Transfan Inc. ELKHART INDIANA PH!-HHIE SIIHUUNEH INII 1323 P B1 d 7 Main Office and Plant - 1503 West Bristol Street Parts and A ' D' ' ' n -- r' . coNanA1uLA1IoNs GRADUATES For luxurious low cast hvmg PACEMAKER TRAILER C0 ELKHART INDIANA PHONE 3 4110 Compllments The Chlcago Hardware Foundry Co ELKHART DIVISION 195 I O 0 O I Q. 0 Y - o , O O gfff C ES SHEII 4 324 SO MAIN ST Congmlulazlzons I0 the Class 0 1954 WHITE CHARLES WALLEY WESTBRGOK ZELLE HARTZLER STEMM AND WAGNER FUNERAL HOMES 0 7 Con ra u a cond, feud of 54 A I TMILI IH7 t's largest store for Home of . . . HART, SCHAFFNER 25 MARX ARROW SHIRTS, DOBBS HA . INTERWGVEN SOCKS, , I j'lftC!g ,SJ6lg6 j0l" pA0f09l"6Ll9A8l":5 DLIQIQAQJ SEE AXTEP1 E MER SHUP 1037 S MAIN ELKHART PHONE 30100 IIYIIERT TRIM 81 BUDY Your Cho co of 3 Styles 21 years m same Iocatron 515 I-LAST JACKSON Across from W W Wllt Super Market Increase V,5,b,l,yy Wnh An .,,. om: vuaw ron g Up po 5 Img! gf, yu on ALL TOPS MADE OF GENUINE 3 PLY , Pl ne nd, hyd, do H, ,op HEAVY DUTY Ca Test FABRIC gua a Deed not Io c acl: break or THE BEST YOU CAN BUY Equ I dnalo' bete Ih n o gn o yfo I om 0 00 to S90 55 . I ms oo lo 5125 00 "" U' g Sco t Sfyl g e o e G ost c Fle le W do soppro ed II48s0a1es G or d or to c ck b In d ea or s oo ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT STYLE D pl I' 197 I ' , 0 i 1 .mm . . . . . I I m 1 ' F " . . . .. is V a 1 wr w wn WI N V' N yy-n A - r n r , ' " "- a ,- .A ' ' lo or I r a ri i al. 'Weather-Wax" finish for perfed shrink conIroI! Completely waterproof fabrics. Re cl install. r ' , 'Flyin u " e iv s up? I0 Iimes mor vision. Miracle " I i " xib in w v in a . u - cniee n ra , r ic I r. ' ' u icoles ' original lop slyle. Complele with all mings. 1-9' 'lf g., IVIAHH S CAFE 'X' We Speelallze llhmese ljnmls 118 S MAIN PHONE 4 0530 POR BEST PAINTING RESULTS 75? EMPLQY A RELIABLE PAINTER Wil CONSULT THE PAINT SPOT Use Moore Paint Rollie Williams DIAL 2 0499 ELKHART, INDIANA l ',l I , b - IV 'ff 1 9 J in I . 198 fh f 4 RICHARDSON TRAILER MFG C0 INC B d f 1 Best Wlshes for the Class of 1954 5 I0 CHICAGO TELEPHONE SUPPLY CORPORATION Congraful 1 fo e Class o 5 9 E 'P 15,15 ll ll uil ers of Precision Buil railer Coaches 0l'l'l Aflieflfif of CUMPLIMENTS OF L K H A R T The ICE CREAM Supreme ILARL L ADLRS 1400 PRINCI TON STRI FT I IKHART INDIANA DOIVIORE CHAIR COMPANY INC ELKHART INDIANA Sl7C'C'illljSIlS in Flllllij' ICE CREAMS 7 O U Y 200 Congrolu lolzong Grocfuolzng Senzomf .S70I'l'lQtAU'L9 LU MEN S WEAR 205 S MAIN DUR HEARTS OUR HANDS OUR MINDS Q U R H A N D S serve you 516161161 Q U R M IN D S lolon flzof gooo' ooo' CDUR HEARTS welcome you lo Woody and Irmoy 201 af MYERS f We re Proud' 0 ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC TEAMS and Ike slezjf ffm! guides Ifvem A E RMANS Ni" Uowas UA xv fee!! Wim IIAVES DRIVE INN J f BEN SIVE ANDY COHEN S I 5 fx I 1 123 souru MAIN STREET UAVHS DRIVE INN e WAC n , or em ea e - Nm NV! 7 ous STREET Q P - 202 Cfongfatulatzons to the Senzors 34 ake Keenes your headquar ters for your clothmg and foot Wear needs now and mn the years to come H617 J' KLUTHES 8 B001 SHUP Nlta Hany and Carol Robblns are selectmg thexr new sprmg shoes from salesman Walter Longley Keene s feature a wrde range of For uclllfy UZ' the Rlllhf Przce smart dress and casual styles LVZCZIWQ MCORE S CLEANERS AND EMPLOYEES 203 I gf " ..........QA I M ' - f' l To build a beifer fufure PAYING TAXES As a member of the I95-4 graduating class you are close to the trme when URM you wrll lend your support to the 54""'i"' I M-mmll Maman cost of your goxernment Paylng taxes IS part of the prlce of Kham! 'ELKHART Smyth' is good ClIllC'I1Slllp You ll want to 0 ml- Mnmbm pay that prlce Dunlap ' 3 Goshen. lndryrduals as vxell as bus1nesses have an oblrgatron to ard ID the cnrc and 0 N-ww' cultural deyelopment of the area ln NOT ENOUGH' The Elkhart Truth has served thrs area for more than 60 years lt has en couraged the act1v1t1es of mdrvrduals and organ17at1ons contrlbutlng to e progress of the commumty Casswolis Constantine Wh Q P15302 B ol Communlty leaders change wrth successrve generatrons Your gener atron wrll provrde the next leaders Yes to bulld a better future for us all paymg taxes IS not enough Serve your commumty and you serve vxhnh they lrye and vyhrch they serve 'ad YO'-lf5Clf he filkhatt rut C011 gmlulalzons and Best m5h65 I0 lhe Class 0 5 ERNEST HOLDEMAN and C0llET INC 820 NORTH WARD ELKHART, INDIANA 204 I O I I 0 s s , - .0 V g x Q I 5 x ' x L Q , i , , , ., -:Q . ,. . 1 - 4 x O 0 In . 5, ' 'jluixlu . . . . . . ' V U' ' I . ' e . . . . l , . A, V risk . I th A - U - f - 59" """' . gwzfgxf - . - e - y . ' 0 ' . , -C o . . - Q , 3. T And yet, paying taxes is not enough! A nv, H . T and they Wlll be seed leaders- ' V I r I El.v:::"f ,Q Ne' P555 . v . ' 'f 'j,:. V- V 1. 3:3-Q: 7 I ' 7 ' v r 4 r ' ' '?, Z' ' Q I I l ' Kent Wiahez Elkhart Amusements 0 t g ElC0 ORPHEUM BUCKlEN THEATERS The flea Theater Hrst In Gnelmlscope UA if fm WL J 9 Hlchard B Matzke 5U1 SUUTH M!-XHN peru in I . . . .. Jyg 'f e owem Q1 0 e ee H e ana! ,MEX E ofiaer Leaozfnffzf 4 A A java! Wan emenfd v new n 1 C I N D E R E I. A Home of the Gflglllal Sweater Club C I N D E R E I. A You re Always Welcomel Come ln and Look Around CINDEREL A Always A Complete Styllsh Stock for Ewery SIZE C I N D E R E I. A 421 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 2 3297 "NN--. NN Xxx 206 lf'0L 6 FINE ICE CREAMS N0 Belief Food N0 C renter Tren! Stop Sharp Save Tom Toy Studio Herring Studlo R S Sutula Studio Biltmore Studio ELKHART PHOTCDC-RAPHERS ASSOCIATION 1 L I 1 Comlodmenffi of 207 Ace Radio Cab 175 East Marion Adams Typewriter Agency 131 N. Main Ambrose Shoe Shop 109 E. Franklin Anderson Silver Plating 1705 South Main Artleys Children Shop 214 South Main Street D andJ Artley Inc Flutes and P1ccolos Associated Typewriter 111 W Marion Atlas Coal and Supply 200 East Jackson Auto Parts 329 North lVla1n Auto Specialties 216 Tyler 208 PATRCDNS Barger Box and Printing Company 802 West Beardsley Dr. David D. Bechtel 401 South Second Bells Drug Store 952 East Jackson Best Restaurant 835 East Lusher Bevins Bootery 306 South Main Blessing Musician Supply 1030 S Main Borneman and Son 230 South Main Boston Store 601 South Main Burrell Lumber 205 East Jackson Blvd oarmien Radio 401 E Jackson Blvd 1 ity Roofing and Coal 115 E Jackson 4 hicago Motor Club 120 W Marlon Dr K G Cleveland 127V W Marlon Concrete Step Company 1 116 Nappanee donkey Jewelers 513 South Main De Boni Bakery Inc Known for Fine Foods Drs Higgason and Warner Optometrists . . , . to . . fi' L1 f, . xa , Q ,S My s e ' 1 f ' ' Smi+h and Kenf, lop salesmen. PATRONS Drs W W Lansche and T E Artley Optometrlsts Dolly Mad1son Shop Hotel Elkhart Dreves 216 South Second khart Floral 208 N Maln khart Lumber and Saw M111 2100 Johnson Street khart Pamt and Wallpaper 310 South Mam khart Rubber Works 1629 Oakland Avenue 124 West Eranklm Emmert Tra1ler 614 Mlshawaka Elkhart Wood Products 1004 Nappanee Street Eabr1c Mart 206 South Mam General Cred1t Corporat1on 425 South Maln Street Handy Food Shop 1005 West Eranklln Hearthplace 509 Sherman Helfncks 519 South 1V1a1n Houseworths Central Drug 225 South Maln kv Jenners Drug Tom Jones Band Dance Band MUSIC Juhl Advertlsmg Agency Second at I-larrlson Kauffman Consumers 138 South Maln Street K1dd12S Klothes Shop 126 West Eranklrn Klser Purnrture 121 South Mam aunderette 116 East Jackson Blvd exmgton Book Store 113 W Lexlngton Avenue ong Auto Serv1ce 116 W Jefferson ux Company 315 West Eranklm 1ndustr1a1 Plastlcs 1V1a1n Lumber and Plywood 816 W Beardsley 816 South Mann Street 1 EQ , EQ Q ' EQ ' G EQ Those wee! Gals. Elkhart Sales and Service 2O15'Main PATRONS wal 'l1v 'Pew f Martin Stores 605 South Main Midway Cleaners 1 20 Ha rrison Xlew Method Cleaners 115 E Franklin Xlorth End Restaurant 117 S Main Nlorthern Box Company 1328 Mishawaka Street Xlorthside Tool and Engineering nc 1731 Cassopolis Road Ohmers Electric 106 South Main Personetts Sales and Service 121 Commercial Platt Trailer 5 30 McDonald E. W. Rans Insurance Company Red Crown Bowling Alley 117 E Lexington 210 Reys Jewelers 532 South Main Riblet Welding and Manufacturing 1125 Nappanee Roberts Bakery Decorated Cakes Our Specialties Rodino Coal 1422 W Lusher Rosen Brothers 424 South Main Schilfs Big Shoe Store 221 South Main Sears Roebuck and Company 216 South Main Shultz Forney Insurance 119 West High Street Smith Drug Store 801 South Main Smith Alsop Paint Company 208 South Main South S1de Plating 2208 South Main Street Standard Tool and Machine 1313 West Beardsley Stantons Dress Shop 304 South Mam Street Stationers 223 South Mam Street Stemm Insurance 431 Monger Building Sterling Brass Foundry 1640 Sterling Avenue Stocks Dress Shop 507 South Main si , ., . 'fs , I Senior gab- es+. 1. an , I 1 . PATRGNS Strom Brass Foundry 2646 South Main Street Sunth1mers Hardware 220 South Maln Street Dr L 13 Sw1hart 214 West Marlon Sykes Jewelers 102 South Maln Templms 1nc 308 South 1V1a1n Street Troyer Cleaners 1130 South Nlam Turnock Equ1pn1ent Company 1612 W lexrngton Axenue Van Dor Dress Shop 111 E. Franklin Wades Florlst 118 South Second Street Walkers Jewelers 406 South Maln Warhcks TQIGVISIOH Sales and Serv1ce R F D 2 Wheatleys Inc 320 South Marn Whlte Manufacturmg 1227 XV Beardsley Avenue Wrlllams Brothers 1125 West Beardsley Avenue cue em, THEHOMEOPTHENFW LIQUID VELVET WHHALKI THERM14 2155521181392 '2ZLTLi1fT,LUZt JIT" O BRIEN PAINTS a flat wall pamt I OH UNITED PICTURE 2 Odo less type I 011 1,111 g Slfsamg WALLPAPER FRAMING -I No lapp ng 1No spottmg I To GIFTS PICTURES 6 Fm st colors 3Y31I3bI2 ar em, 4 SO MAIN COLOR HEADQUARTERS DIAL 3 1370 211 I '35 . . . , . , . . B . I 7 G nc. 1 V1 l XC ' Q, ' ' 1 .77 Y Y Y V 7 11 'E . 4 , V . t EI II . 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'S Cue Thespr rns TARNFCX SHIRLLX Natronrl Honor Socrety Chorr G A A TAPPFRO KATI-IRXN N ronrl Honor bocr y X Teens Grrls Iery,ue AII Councrl P nn rnr Annurl III mrnrgccr Foll I BIRI SHIRI FX Teens u ror C .rss Socrrl Chrrrmrn Pennmt XVcelIly coulrtor Nrtronal Honor Socrety French Club r s Ier5,ue AII Councrl Punt IIILI Pr e e TIR SHIRIIX Drstrr utryc Iucrtron xrce prcsncnt X 'Iccns Pcrrnrnt XX eelsly Clorr TEMPIE DAVID Brscbrll yrrsrty THOIXIPSON NORINIA French Club Trrplel CJ A A Chorr TIIIMAN DlCIs H X pre-srIlcnt B ys Icr3,ue AII Councrl N1 nil Honor bocrcty c nrs Socrr Chrrrm u o C rss u Icnt Councrl rse r nnrnt nnurl ports cIrtor lcrrrrrnt XX'eclsly TRALTIXIAN DAXID SpLcCl1 Club NFI N tronll Hmor bo crc Brnd Orchcstrr JI IJ ARI I N srcrs r srI cnt oto y pr I rt N tronr onor ocrcty vs ouncr TROLT DAVID TROVATORF JOAN Orchcstrr yrcc prcsrtlcnt TROXIR Isl XTON H X TROXIR LADDIL TRLIX RICHARD Brntl Jr Ac1IlcnryIfScrcncc TRUFX WALTIR Footbrll VANDI RXWLX IDIIIA Florence Nrelrtrrrerlc Irmp Cl b VEACH GARY VESTFR JEAN YTecns Brncl Jr Follres Drstrrbutrye Educrtron VIDMAR LOLlb VOCT BRLCI VRFDINGBLIRCH RAX IVIOND XVAGNFR CIARFNCI VUALRIR AIMA Fcrrch Club F N I Clrb Cry W IIIN IALRIIN Chorr XVARNFR TLRRY XWARRFN NORMA JIAN WFATHIRFAD JANICI F nch Club Sprnrsh Club I' N WEAVLR BIII I-IIY Blncl WEAVER JACQLELINI YTLerrs Penn1ntXX'eclIly Pennrnt n nr rl Prrnt rnIl P1 ettc XVFIbNI'R DONAID XXEI CH HUBFRT IXIIIFICJN XVLIDX ROMA JI NF I H A Chorr Pcnn1ntAnnurl XVI RI5IANblxYJ JOHN XIUESIIAKF RONALD XWHITCOMB DONNA Drstrrbutrxc Lclucltron X Teens XVHIICOMB RONAID Chorr XXIIENHOFT BARBARA YTecns French Club Pcnn1ntAnnu1l XVIFST SHARON TrrplcL YTeens Chorr WILDFR STFPHIN Chorr XVILIs.Eb DRII CAROL Junror Follres Chorr Nrtronal Honor Socrety X Teens XXry, N Cue Thesprrns French Club Cheer leuer yrrs ty XVII I IAMb SHARON ANN Chorr X 'Iccns D s rrbutryc Iclu Citron WILLIAIXIS SHARON ARCHER Cxrrls Lclgue Aalyrsory Councrl Pennxnt Annurl flsst ulrtorj BrnIl Perrnrnt XVcelIly X Teens rcnch Club rll chr rrrrrn Nrtronrl Horror ocr ty Fo Speech Club XXOLDT MERII Speech Club Interclrss Plry unror Follres Pennrnt XYeelIly X Teens XWOOD PHYIIIS X 'Iccns French Club Pcnnrnt Weekly Chorr Grrls Lerguc Aclyrsory Councrl XX OODARD IDA VURIGHT DONNA LEI' J Cllss Plry J F ll S Cllss Ply French Club X 'Icens Pcrrnlnt Annu rl XODIR IXIICHAFL Jr Foll s Cborr Student Councrl Senror Clrss presrdent Brslcetbrll srty B ebrll yrrsrty Boys Icrgue Acl Councrl X ODI R TOM Vocrtronrl Club X OL Nb BARBARA Cx A A Trlplt L ZDANXS Joram M C ARX r Acu cmy ot Scrcncc Spcccr C u yrce prIsrIerrt F unch Club N tronrl Honor Socrcty S. 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' : . . , Mr. FIGHT ON OLD ELKHART Flght on Qld Flkhart Flght for vlctory Wrch your colors flylngg We wrll cheer you ll ch tlme Rahl Rahl R hl Flght on Old Elkhart F1 hc for vlctory Spread forth the fame Of our falr name Come on Elkhart Wm thls gamel lwhlstle Go Elkhart Go' Qwhlstlej Go Elkhart Go' Hxt em hlgh Hlt em low' Go Flkhart Go' f r J r n 7 7 21 C . . . H . r r r f 2 l ' - , 1 ' f ' r r ' . , . . , , . y .J , D Fight on, Qld Elkhart, Fight for victory With your colors flying, We will cheer you all the time. Rah! Rah! Rah! Fight on, Qld Elkhart, Fight for victory Spread forth the fame Of our fair name. Come on, Elkhart, win this game! -Fight Song


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