Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)

 - Class of 1960

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. W !'k?f"fs!' . A ,ww Clif' 'x 1, X D 4 X I KJ 1 X 3,4 X w ' ff:-' U I I .+. .. J, N44 ' I XX, I i JA, xx , It all be an wziha B t k 9 ik X 0 Www: , , A ,. 'gr ' ? Q w rar-r-nf --L.. J- w-.-qr- ... Q... -n.. my AND IT ALL BEGAN HERE at SAMUEL STRONG SCHOOL 'O111' first high srlmol from 139 1912 3 Since H593 our curriculum has broadened and deepened. Once a student was ollcred his choice of only 5 subjectsg today he may choose his courses lronl zz wide vznicty, selecting those that Fit his abilities and his needs. SUBJECTS AT SAMUEL STRO G EXPA DE The EHS curriculum includes English, four foreign languages, science, math, raw, ' comniercial and vocational courses, household HITS, social studies, lift, music, and physical education. 1 ,,, , j L-, E 9' a I if 0' in z.. , ' 9-11 .I X E ,su ,. tw C 3 is Ks 'P' Q S t M Q x X ff I 'ef OO Y S ,, i,. . . Q i 1 Www 5,33-:fm V. avr" Ivan, nik- -P ,MA E . , - Ui ,. i .u J, 'Q - , ,I x -5 3 , X A I 1 . 'Q' 1 -au 2 ,P gif fm X A , :gp 'v-:F x""". , Sy.. fi: 'wi K KN: T 1'rn'tw1yf11'g' our srlmol of zrorlr and nt 111413: our or- l1:'1f1f'.9.m1rj11'upIr'.' umlrr- 1'lf1.v,w11r'21. sMz1'm'S. l1'm'11f'rv. fuzz! IIIIIII1.7IIASfI'I1l0J'.Y EHS, in th Worlo' of Books our Yearbook 'fs -em Q-w,.N,w Mr gm ,M vw, , 1 ..-Q my-.' ,m,,, ,S 'Q A N. My Y , 1 ,fa wx -Q! 'fi 'NI ,Ji f' Classrooms have changed ELKHART HIGH REFLECTS THE CHANGES by classroom tools 5 IN EDUCATICN : 7 ' ii iff M 0I' P40 Courses now include vocational training 4 mmus 4 Q 9 Q-fsvak Y.. K 'K Q Teaching methods 1' L . have changed I . , . - - W HU A, g, ,. , M s W 'Q' J J, . . 5 1 1' " f -f se . E C v Q, 4 Q W- 1 ' 1 55 .4 I ,A ,., A-1 ii, , , ' ,415 ' w w S I QQ w 'fi ii fi ' , x 'PN N-X, N K U A vi- ' z ini!-1 gg- if . 'Rf 1 x ' 4 M, S . .sv Q Egg F . sf , Y 3 gi, L. , K V ' ' ff' .. S1137 f 3 'Nl E' Q - :, s:,x v 5 FQ ' vga .+.i15Pf.?f J . M- .ff A1 Q5 ., W 8 ., N Q s e ' fc- M, F1 . .i.Qm ,. 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The EHS pmgraln was initiatecl in 1958. nl wtllrlwnl !lI'lIIUllKllll,l'Y Illz' Pllllflllllt' run! in Ihr Illllllifl' lll'llNll'l' llllllll flalss 12 From algebra I0 az c0mlUref1e'r15z'1f5 x A-8 ,, gg Q f , .1 -- , IM ,3 M w M L Www. ,, Jn f-7-W we--Q 4... 7 2 A J 4' r xx wx I ,f 1. fx K.. fr 1 'xx Q , , A. h. A h,,, A . , A K ,. il, ...M N, .xx X 'O' Sczknce now zhcluczles 1114111 y mmf Long In-lore Rlmiznk Inogl-cw llzul Llmrcxxlum-ml our cclumzlllonzll lJl'0gI'2llIl. l'.H5. uncle! om Nl.. in scicllcc. In czlcll Ullllki' lub mclllocls :mil ull lmmclacs ol' 5c'iem'c. ln gulmlilion lo1'CgLll1ll'coL1l'wcs in biology. 1 1 4 Xlorc IkClL'llllf'. zulvanlmccal HNIISCN in lJll?NlCLIl N1li'lIlC llll' girls is ollcrccl lo llllllfff lxollwwivcs. 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'T ,Q lx .W ,ge M""v-.., A 1 ,'if,9"' .agp H0u5ef10la' Arlg zz Mal par! of today? 5cf100l5 Snjrlzx xlfuly fulnirw --in-mi lzuzirws fnnljrflrz' lz1I1lf'1L'are A part of the Home liconomics Course is learning to buy for Il family. Foods, budgets, clothing, the use of lH0dCI'l1 equipment, the rare of ll home, :md the ilnportzlnce ol' the 1101110 in modern mc'ieLy- all thc-be are included in Home licrmoluks courses. N1'HiIl7'K f'YIllIli!l! 1 l11'l1Irrr1W gill H11'7IfN 22 and h'716 arts 100 Once fonsidered "frills" in yestcrclziys curriculum, hue arts are now thought of as essential to at complete emluczition. Music' and nrt, il part ol' our curriculum, add enjoyment zmcl zlpprecintion to the lines of the many students who can ht these courses into their schedules. Cwmn1irv.' "Iln'0u'ing" nnrl glazing Slllrlyirlg al1.x1mr'I forrzpoxilirnl l.'ur1lmxI1'ug zvllllfw: Hgh! und 114 'In array nf bum winlx uuvzilx ilu' naw! llI!'llI'iH'll n'ln'r1rw! 415 well 415 mum have enrzthecf our ychool program 1211 Ifullwl ll'usl1lf11r'l1. 11117 llllllflilwl 111 rr KI-1,!'Hl'f'H ffrnm ilu' l"m'rl fllllllllllfjllflf :lux-x ",-1 I lflzilfl is Iinrrzu, Il'!lf!',I zurolf' for Ihr' FHS rllnir 1714 XIIIIIHI UI I'!'!lf'IH'N 1 A f-4? V ,.... it , 4 af C I 4 ., H Q14 sa ' Q Qs x ,f.-rc 5 '-EL' Eb-q ' V5.5 NV., A 4 K' 'Q . ., ' E he J' vu Wi S ' 'sf if A " 1 ra, r at 3 it 3 2' , S 5 Z5 W ,N f 3 4 ' s X if , , . 'S A Q :I Mm 4 S 2 UF 5 6 sg f 5 , 4 3 f V551 ' 5 2 x Y E 7 11 M af, , E '12- iv- ' a :Ez h 5 , x 1.11 ', E. r . K ,kb 'fx , 1 ,- 415. . X w 2, ,x ,A fi , . , f A i . J. , , X-f mu-x YS? ' ' ' gt, . A ' M, ,3- ff'-.if ag - m 2 , . 4 , x,""5F4"'H -rw., ' i W . -. . -. ,. ' l lu U: Uigrm. limi! nf Ihr' 'l'UfYlfi!lP1lll de'jrmfn1f'r1f In our 5f10pvg 50315 aaguire flfzffs .ln l-Hflffllfl' job in lllllfllilli' .ilmjf ,X few 302115 llilCI' LHS mm ul to ilx 1111-will loczitioll, ll new vocailimizil huilcling was k'l'Cl'lCli. with well-eqliippccl slmlm :mil uhh' Lcziclu-is in sewn uncles. This was ai big nn-11 in llll'l'ii'lllllIl1 exlmnsirm, ll step llllllil' IlCtL'sS2ll'f' hy the cllzillgcs in Lhe laws C0llf'L'l'l1illg zillcmlzniu-. zum! thc vhzmges in the nizicliinc-nge worlcl. Sim-c that claire. umlci' lhc liI'Cil'NS nlircclimi nl Nh: L. T. Orgfxui. the HIS Nillblh lmvc hccn imlul lm' their zihiliiy Lo Lrziin xkillul im1'kc1's who have secured gum! -jobs in lmzil imliisirics. .xfflifhlg fl lmfil in zu, 26 riff wlllfl I 4 I ,. gi 3' 3766 QQMQW ' 19? If h, Q. ff -Q .ggi ' U 23 , L-R . , ar, 4 , K. V ,A . , ' M an 2 ,Jw w -up J, I zif?7,!,f: Ffa -E 9 Lg :,. , iw-, 1 : f f . 7 L : 5 W A ' 1 " f 1"' ff? i a-m4fN .V K V u . 5. 9 - 'H rv' his f 9- f Q 4 f YI: 'H xA , 'W' .-mfiff f Fifa. 'R V '7 I Q . QL:-j.'!,." ,Lg """ q.,..-.--- HX I X ltlf rfrlu Toclzifs schools Leach l,llIlCl2llllClll2llS ul cilifensllipz thc l1lllJOI'Iillli'C ol' good l1c:1lLl1, thc csseutiznls ol' sale driving, l'nk1mw11 to thc sclmols ol 1893, such courses give the sluclcm ol' mcluy ax well-roumled ecluczllion. Thus he zulcls to knowledge :md skills some prz1c'tic'e for living ll bcllcr life. 'il' 71" 469, 1 amz' 500,55 are no! 6f10ugf1.' Mere mm! be good Ifackerf .UL D1 Nm only dow lflkllllll High funk zu ll gum! lblkfbgflllll, it has :mlm been Iorlunule in iu mmxlprullcmiw wclmul with im bmncl. intensified Luffy imc Inc ully. :n crew nl m1ll1mi:u1in lC'1lCIlL'lN. clmliczllvnl in lhcil lmmlcminll. .Uri Ifwlgw 1 lllll - 1 Aan. ' Teachers must be chosen, llllll s1l11111ls built 111111 111:1i11t11i11Q1l. 'l'l1e1'1-l'111'c. we lizivc ll llfllllll ull Ll'llslCL's who IIICCI LfVL'l'y lxltllllllly night 111 clisrim all the lmmlilciils i11x'11lx'c1l 111 r111111i11g the 1'ity's 1-igl1tc1-11 s1l11111l5. 'l'l11-xc 1111-cri11g5. 11111-11 111 1l11' 1111l1li1. ZIIK' l11'11z11l1':1st mx-1' XY'l'Rll. C1116 ol' llllf BU2l1'Ll.S biggeat p1'oble111s ia to 11111x'i111-Q the 1z1xp11yt-1s tl1z1t 11111111-y is ucecletl il' the town is to have 15111111 s1'l11111ls. 0111-Q SCi'lll'Cll. rlie 111-xt prolmlciil is 111 spend the 111111161 wiwly. .XIlUIllCl' lJl'1JlJlClll tl11-1' lure is the l111il1li11g 111 1111111- xcliools 111 1:1k1- cure ol' lilkliairtk i111-1'cz1si11g 1111l111l:1ti1111. 'llicac live 111I1li1'-smi1Ait1-311 1'iti11'11s who serve the scliools l s, mil, llmiw, High. mmp,m,d 511 llllSClll5lllf.' clexervc Il1llCll credit lor tlie stz1111l11r1l ol' ' 101111, 11111 1111111 11111111 151111111 III'Ufl'l'1 ex1'elle111'e ol 1ilkl1z11't scliouls. lilwoocl L. Blililllliill, Melvin XY. Glemleniiig, Phillip E. B1'y1m, Howzml lf. Clll'lSlI1Cl', lil1l1111 l-'. I,lll1llqlllSl, :mal Ralph Miller serve 1111 the B11z1r1l 111' Trustees. 1' lfflllffl llf 'llIllN1I'f'X 11111111 l111' 111'z1'1wI I11111111 high: R1111wa'1'1l. li1:1'11111I Ii. Hfllllllllll, .ll1'11'111 ll'. li11'111l1'11i11g, Phillip Ii. li1'y1n1, Il11z1'111'1 I' l.'l11'i.1I111'1', IIIII1 Iflllllfl F. l.1111r1q111.s1. 1lHNI'l'1.' r11':1' 1111'111111'1', 111111111 .llillrrp Slllll'I'fHfI'lllll'I1I QI. C. Riff' and supervised Our superintendent, Mr. Cl. Rice, ziided by Dr. Arlo Schilling, ussistzmt superintendent, lllllfal have all the zafliziirs of all the schools carefully helm their competent hands and seen by their 0lJSCl'X'2lIlI l i eyes. They must be :twine of problems in personnel, C'lll'l'lflll2l, equipment, and construction. However, in lnany matters ol finance and detail of construction, Mr. Rice :ind Dr. Schilling :ire zxided by Mr. Maurice Burns, business lll1lll2lg'Cl', :and Mr. XVilli:nn XVollenwebber, superintendent buildings :und grounds. Dr. Srliilling, nxwixlmzl szljzfwirilerlderzt I , e 1 11 .l1. Iimm 31 Ar EHS, llWoody" heads a fine staff Princilml C. P. Uoodrull, known by everyone at EHS as "XYoody" is ll fine educator, with ll genuine liking lor boys and girls. .BCKZIIISC our prineipzll is :is interested in the scholastic index ol' those on the Honor Roll :is he is in the winner ol' :1 mick event, LHS is ll good high school. .Xs the school grows, und the teaching stall lllC'l'l'2lSC'S, his job gets bigger, and hc has more deniunds on his time and strength. Yet he is never too busy to help on ll personal problem: his office door is :always open. lilifllltlllllllllfiil, entliusiustie, lirni in diseiplinzny IIlllllCl'S, Mr. XYoodrull inspires his lezuhers to be real educators. Principal C. P. lVo0dru1f 1. Dr. .vliillirzg and ll'omIy NIL Vf 111 an zrzformrzl pow W 'A' ' 5 .av - lan' hm... .4 ' 32 1 'gf-.152 fl M ,F 131' fu M, lx X ' Ak L K as I I s. Q bi V. .L ' Q .1 J? iw if 'fm J 1' 1 , NS i A W W-4 .i I 1 I , 2 , rp ., ' 64' l NDDISON. NYII,I.I.XNI, ISS.. NIS. DItkfl'IIPIlfiT'8 liduralion ANISBAFCH. ANNA, B.S., NIS. Homcnmking, HlI!IIl'I7IHkIIIg Chairman ARCIIIIEALD. PATRICIA, BS. Biology. Crrzerfzl Srimzfzf Is14.1,I., JOE, B.s.. MN. Cml1lf1r'rr'f', Crmzmerriul CIIIIIVHIIUI . ,I., NIAX, B.S.. NIS. COHIHII'Vfl'. Bzlskffllnll Conrlz, Golf Coach HOOK. ORPI-IA, AB.. BS., in IHS. Lillrurinn lsmmri. JAMES J., Mx., NIA. Iirzglixlz, Ifnglixlz Cllrlirnmn BRIQNYER. ANICIC. .N.l3. . J . 1'.71glISll English III'SCII'IIi. I.OI ISL. IEA.. NIA. linglish whzkh w0rk5 wzlh cz fzlwllly of ' BPSSARD. DONALD. ILS. S!Jl'l'l'lI, DI'lllIlllIif.Y III'SSIi, RI'SSIiI,I.. ILS., NLS. .Hath ff.NNlI'AUNOI.I, :NN'l'HONY. BS., NIA. Sofia! Slzulirav CROSIICR. NN'lI.I,I.'NNf. HS.. NI..-N IIIKIIIXHIIII :Iris IJAYIICS. JOHN. I3.NI..X., NI.NI.I',. Dirf'rim' of 1lI.YfI'lllIIl'7l1IlI .Nluxif IlI'..XI,. .II NI-, I-... ILS.. NIA. CIHIIHl!'7'!'l', Cm1r1.w'lling 1flMIlI!'NN' lfrlzlmlimr DllN.Nl.I., JOHN. Bb.. NINN. lrzrlmlrifll Arlx ICIIRSANI. ROlHfR'l'. .N.lS.. NIS .NlIlfll1'lIlIlfiI'.N, IPIIVIIIIIIITIII I7i1'r'r'In IIORN. IJNNIIJ. BA., NIA. Cnzlnwllirlg, Il'm'lrl Hi.xIm'y VOX. NLICLIC. IIN., NIA. .NIllffl!'?lIIlfI!'S IQOOKIN, .XXXL ISA., NI.S. Dwnn of fiirlx Iliwrloi' of Vnrvll fHl1.si1', .Ilzzxir CIIIIIVIIIIIII CQR.X'I'lliR. Ifl.ORliXKIli, AJS.. NIA. linglislz KQRIIIO, OI.IN'I.X. BA. f"lY'Ill'lI IINIXI-IS. DNYIIJ, 15.5. 1I1'i1w'z' liflurnlimr, .4,ui,sIunI Ifrmilnlll Cflllfll SfJllHI.X,l, 1'kIY'I1f'll IINRI. I-l.I-.X. Bb.. NIB, lnrluxlriul .-1z'1.x, f.'n11nw'llir1g 11111113 Izngllxll lSI'RkII.XRIYI'. DOROTHY, A.Ii. DIi.XI'liRI-1Y. SIDNEY. DJ.. B5 A!IH'I'Il'IlII I,P'll1JlI'Ill.Y IlII.I.l-IX, CHRISIIXIC. ISA., NIA lfnglish, Sju'z'f'll IJIRKS. RI"I'HANX. 14.5. CQONYDY. NYII,l,I.NNI. I'n.S.NI.. NLM ll.Xl.I,NI.XX. CI.IiNIIiXS I... IS.,-N ll.XR'I'lI.I-QR.. I.I-QYI CI.. ISA.. NIA Compelefzl IKLZCXIETSQ? 'F To qzmle the Elkhart Curriru- fum of 1900: "Pupils fm: Ulllgllf by flf1s.s'rf.s'. but it is tim indi- Z'1-lllllll who must Im I.'dI1IYIll'!1.U HXRX 123. XX. 1012. ISS.. MA. Sorirll lnrllzzfliirm, ffmxx ffilllllfly Iffmrlz H.XRYliY. REX. ILS., NIS. .xlIlI!lI'IllIlfIvfM .1If1ll11'lllulir'x lflffzirlfnlrl IIULRIXC., 4l.XXl'. I. BHK. Xnrfnf ,Nlllrliu .x,lll!lfg'N. l.'rn1s1l1ll:'r HOOXIAQR RUIIII ISS NIS IIPI-l'I'I Inlllzflliwzi, llfrwllim' .lwulnnl 'lmffr fmrl Iwmllmll IIUNIICIIIR IIRRX H5 .Uflllfrffm 1:-fI'IlHl lirlxlnllmll ffmrzlf XNIICS. .I.XX!.XRl'lx. IUHN. ISS. uulfmfl fflllllfl, lhlzvf l'.Ill1llIffI?I xxx U lmlfllllg ffurlrfl IXRYIN. lx. ' .xlHfllI'Hl1lfI'!N, fmmwll1'f1H Il-QRSILD. I-lrrlfirilx. l.'ful1'n IUIIYSUXV. ,ll l.l.X H.. R.N,. HS. Nfl 1 5 frnlffl film. llfltwfwlf ffllllll, .-lr! f I ll ll nl .X 111 w alum fl, fl fum: xgzzls wr 35 JONES, FLORENCE, BS.. NI.S. Cade! Teaching, Soeial Slurlzex JORDAN, RILEY, BA.. NIA. Sorial Sludies, Social Sludies Chairman K,-XITFNIANN. LENYIS, BS.. NLS Soeial Sludiex, Coun.w'lling KELLY. DOROTHY. IIUN.. NI..X. Ifnglish, PIllIllfIlIi0lI.Y IiEXI7,'XLI,. NIARY. ISS.. NIS. 1'l1y'.Sif'al Ifllllfllllflll KERR. LESTER. ISS.. NIA. .Nlallzemuliex KING. CQIADYS. ILX.. NIA. .NlI1lHl.YlI KIRKIANIJ. I-IELEN. I'h.II,. NI.. Cozuuelling. l'larr:m'r1l l.Of-S'IIRI'P. LIS Rl DI. ISA.. NI.. German, Freneh I.I'I'EY. RICHARD. ILS.. NIA .Ila!lu'lnalif'x, Pl1yxir.s Ll"I'Y. EIJIIH. ISA., NIS. I'iHgll.Yil, I.llII'1lI'lllII NINHAX, ROBERT. BS., NI.S Biology, flill'lIIIAII'NI to give each student the hey! edueezlzbn WIIIUIT1 hiv reach? NICHARGVE. GLENN. BS.. NIS. Sorial Studies, Counselling NICKEEH.-NN. ALICE. I5.S., NI.S. Honzernaking. Counselling NIILLER, EYELYN. BA.. NIA. Biology, Aeting Srienre Cllairnmn NIORGAN, -IOHX. BS. Illllllilfflll ,-Irtx NNIJER. ESIHER. ISA. INIIIllll'lllIIIlfK NELLIS I. NX .Iz., Iih. S!Il'l'l'll, linglixh OROAN. IL. I. Dirwlm' of Vrieulirnzal and Adull lfduealion PRAY. RAE. ISS. Homernaking QLEENER. DONNLID K.. ISS. 1-Qnglixh RIDEXS, JACK, BS. .II1'rl1anir'al Iimzving, Prinling 'In 1958, EHS was visited by Dr. james Conant, who lists us in his book AIN -NNIERICXN HIGH SCHOOL, as a good eonzprelzensive school zuhirh Hgizev even Sludent av good an education as he might get in a school designed for him." ROHRER. S'IKAXl,EY, ILS. l'l1yxim Rl'SSI1I.I.. ISABI-Il.. A.B., NIS. I,l'I'I'lUllllI!'IlfIlI lfmzling, lfnglislz SANDS, XY, F.. ISA., NIA. Sorirll .S'l1lrIir'.v SARKASIN, NI.XRlLl'RI'I'li, ICd,Ii linglixll SXWYIQR, NIARCQII-1RI'I'Ii. li...X.. MA.. Lulm. lgnglnlf SI.Ill'.R. xlUSl',l'Il. ISS.. XIX. f,'1lIllllII'IL1I' S!.HXX.XRIl. DON.Xl.IJ. ISS. Imluxlrirll ,-Irlx SIILOI I. LIIENX, IS3., NIA. Dinfrlnr of ,-1Nllr'lir'.s'. Hrfzlllfl IIHII IIIIXNIIIII lf1l11r'z1Iir1l1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII SPROI lIl,. RAN NIUXD. BS., NIS, .Snrinl .Slurlirzx Sl'N I HINIICR. EIOSICPH IQ, ISN.. NLS. I'l14x'xfu1l Sr'i1'11r'r' TRUYIQR, FRANCIS C.. BS., BA. l'lly,xi1f1l .S'IIl'lI!'l' l'lIIiRY. lIIiRBlfR'l CQ. ISS. Illllllflvillifll IIIIIIIIHQ XX'.XRI"lil.. K..I',.. HS. ,-Irl NNI IS. HI'.I.l'.X. BA. Hom rlfzulciug XYICXLI-IR. KLXLEN, BMX., NIA. llflrrlrn' nf Slrrnfl IIIIII lfllfll-Il Iluffhflufl UIl'.NI-.R. H.XRUl.lD. .LIL XIX. .Ilmir I-,ffllrnlinu NIIIIS. IJOX,XI.ID. ISS.. NI X In CIIFIIIINIIF IVY' ' ' SUXI.. RIf.II.XRlJ. HSM NIS. lmluxlriul :Irlx YICYYER, NIXRIIXX. BS. lI.'ui11f'u lilllllllfillll gk 1. I Wi .,, w - 3513--. A '-K 'U +- I-ssq-.,.. , 'wyw wma , , 3' 2 W ,A WW pr , ws Mig L . I , Agn. Q 0: 5, ' 7 f 'QQ ,, Q, 3' Vg, N vu 5+ ,:,.fz51:: H mi Q "',- W H gi 35 ,Y,k -,', f V tgifff' ffifgf 43 w N 1 u X . Ax. 5, X: ...,, A ,MM-f"' 3.,-f .1-""",-,- Q .. My 'If N' 4 fn Yi an Q 'S v '65 3 J Q, R,.. 4 9 K w 1 5' ' 5 Q .4-""""w,i z xx ' N W K' if N" -my 1 1 7 , , vs , U: 1 'Dirt " 2 I 3.1, M in 7' - :1 i1-ff" wx it , 4 ,fa sg- 4, V if , HF gf A 3,1 7',. Q , ,. , I wx Q? ,z Fm, W 45, .I 4 an U19 'Q w 1 as fn Q. 1 :L Q. rf. u ,J Hsu., M. 5, 1-4 .QMMM-my vu. ,m wg, ,. .5 gn 7 ' fx 5' x, i ,J M, , Boofef Record Our alvyvy z happy hours P11110 I qnls rlmn 1 ilu' Izullftm Izoanl du :lax In eryone treasul es IHLHIOTICS of lns years at EHS years crowded w1th enjoyable act1y1t1es Our dances, concerts, parues, plays and club affalrs are recorded 111 date books scl ap books and d121YlCS, Hh1Cl1 lecall many An apple for teacher romjllunents of the FTA 40 judy Bmw: anrl Duk lalluzt lfnrl tlnuuglz I1 nl llu SUI H Tmex , . , . ty- -V y ,A-111 K .il 4 f"'i'r'iV1 N . ,i ex o r ff 3 9 Ai Ko' I A X' W 'vw V , . NA " 1 ,- l, ' r , .WN 7 lllr' arc ' X 'ang 'E 5 pp KK! K x '7 D, I ii -IEA. J 1 Kiwi Wg: I N!v:'j . 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This 111'g1111i1111i1111 helps 111 1111111111112 ll 111151-1' 1111111 lllllllllg EHS boys. 1111- 1X11x1N111'y C111111111, 1'11111l111sc11 111' five 111115 1111111 011111 1111w. plum 11111 111'11g1-111111, 1Jll1'l1t'S 111111 l,1-11g111- s1'1'x'i11w. 1111' 1.L'2lg1ll' 11ls11 1111-1'1s I1'1'11111'111l1 111 l11NlllSN I11'1'1i111i11111'1 l111si111-51 11111111 is 11111-1' 1111-s111111'11 1111 1111- 111115 111111i11g s1'111'1111l1'1l 1111'c1i11gx. 1111111 1111' 116112 111' N113 151111111116 Rogcrx. 1111- 51111115111 111 111is I.e11g111-, 1110 1,1-11g111- 11218 ll141'llIlgCl1 i1111'1'cx1i11g 111'1ix'i1i1-5 111111 p1'11g1111111s I111' 1116 111115. .X1111111g 11106 W1-11' ll 111111113 111111 l2l11i 111111111 ,Xl1'i111. 111111 ll CI11111'g1' 131116 Illlllf. 42 4 "Crurkrr lfnrr1'l" rlixrzlvsirni on rmnlflirs zlfi nm! .lliss liuulun lull: lo lln' .-lrlwisoiv Conn lv. f . 1 Ilulx, 11117 Hf.ilIlIlH'l Iillllllu Illtllvllllllll Girly League Approximately nine hundred girls compose the nrernbership ol' Lhe Girls League which is sponsored bv Nliss Cookin. Its purpose is to luring the girls ol' lillillllfl High School closer together. .Ks acuvuies Linda Oklnf gave an interesting talk on her stay in Germany. a speaker lroin Patricia Stevens Modeling School gave good grooming Lips. and Doctor Middleton spoke on dating and rnarria problems. Also "Cracker Barrel" discussions were held during lree hours and alter school. These diseussions included speakers on lashion, on make-up, on college, travel, hair styles, and dating. Class Coke Parties, a elolhes drive lor needy girls, the annual Kid Parlv. and "Keep il Clean" signs in the powder room were some ol' the services ol' Girls League this vear. In the spring, the League organized a new Big-Lillle Sister program io help the ineorning sophornores. Also a College lea. and a Panel ol' Americans assernblv were given. To close the vear's prograin, a Yesper serviee honored seniors and 1l1UlllCl's. Dnzfz- lI11j1111'l1-Ili, I?7'I'Sil1l'7lfj Ned Raith, vice-j1rc'si1le11tj Ginger Swift, .s1'1'1'1-11111-5 j11l111 Coblentz, treasurer 'Hn' 8111111-111 121111111-il 111 5121111111 The 5111111-111 111111111-11, 1'0IlllJ1'1SCL1 111 11119 1'1-111-1-s1-11111 Sfucfefzl Coumzf 1111111 cvcry 11111111-r1111111, is 1111-3 s11111Q111 g111'1-1111111-111 111' 1i11111:11'1 High S11111111. .X 5111111 111' 51-1I'-g111'1-1111111-111 U1.111g11 111011151111 111111-11511111 . . .11l's1-11 1111111111 . . . sell-1-611111111 111111 1C21l1Gl'5111lJ-111686 111c S111111-111 c14JlI1lll1 511111-x 111 11111111 111 1-11-ry 5111111-111 111 1i.1l.S. 511111 111-1111-11s 11s 1111- 111111 111111111111' 11511-111, 1111- 11111111 1'L'l'11C2ll111I1 111 1111- gym. 1111- 11111111-sy 1'1l111lJ2l1g'1l. 111x111-1111111 111 1111-111-1'n. 111111 the Flblfigll S1'11111111s11111 Q11es1i1111 x12l1'1i 1J11111'1- were Sl1C'K'C551'll1 11-1111111-s 111 1111- 1111111 11111-11 1111110 111' 1110 Cl1111111'11 11118 11-111. 1111115 11-111' 1110 5111116111 C1111111-11 S6111 1'1-1110561111111 111 21 sl2llC lllCCl1Ilg' 111 C12-111e1' rI'UXVl1 llullcgc 1ll 111111111111111111s. 1111111 111c 111-111 111 N111 1111411146 111111 N111 1.11161 1110 SlllK1CIll 11111111111 1111s 111111 ll g111111 1131111 IIXL if e .2 , , ,D Thr' ,X'.H,S. .w'11in1's, jworul of Illrir ,xr'lmlu.xIir' lmlmrs. Naizbnal Honor SOCIZZDI Si'ilOi2ll'SiliIJ . . . 5CI'Yii'C . . . l,C2lllL'l'slliIJ . . . fiilLllx2li'lC1'- l.'l1n1'lf'x liuylwz, jnf'1irlwnl,' Mimi lxduylnill, z'ir'r-p11'virIe'11t: Iorlif . , , , , . lfllix, sf'r'1'f'!11r'1',' :Inn Alw'rs, I1'f'f1.xl111'1' tllcse are the ifllll' goals ul ll16 Nllllfllllll Hrmoi' ' ' Society, unclei' the spo11so1'sl1ip ol Miss ZCilIlL'l'. Mrs. Dirks, and Miss l511scl1c. This VCLII' thc f'li't1-five 111c111I1c1's ul Ll1c' sociclx' l1z1x'Q clieniiw luLc11'i11g Ill'Ugl'LlIll. l1r1l1ii11g Clullc-gc Night. Nl'Iltiillg c':11'als to 111111111 roll sl11cli'111s :mil to llmsc' ll1c-clllbk sml1f1lz11'sl1il1 l11111l. I1c1I1li11g' ll lnmlri' UllllCSl :mil s1m11w1'i11g Llll nw:-111l1l1 ml111'i11g l31'wll1c1'I11m1l I .lin XX'cc'k. :mal giving ll lc-Q1 lm' ilu' iauuliy. 'I'l11'c111gl1c1111 lili' XCZII' 1110 Illl'llllPK'l'N zilw c'11if11ccl lllllllf iIllCI'L'SliIlQ, Illllglillllw :mul IJl'UllliIlL'lll NIDCLIIQCIS. The Ii1111l 1111111-LL 111141 111'uQ1x1111 mu lili' i11iliz11io11 ul ul the ilcwlx' eleclml llllllfll' 111c111l1n-1's. ly Illiggozzrr, prvsirlwil: Alurkic Tsclzabolrl, sefrvtary-lrcnsurcr T llK.Y7IUl15 'lihe purpose ol the Thespian Society at Elkhart High School is to Hnd the particular talents ol' the members, capitalize on them, and pllt them to use. This year the Thespians and -Iunior Thespians met every second and fourth XYednesday morning in the auditorium. Readings and short plays performed by members to earn points in Thespians served as programs. As an extra activity this year the drama club held a Thespian Night program falled "Show Biz" which consisted ol readings and plays performed hy llunior Thespians who wanted to earn points lor lull Thespian membership. In the spring the club also made a field trip to Chicago. The year ended with the Annual Drama Banquet in May. Nh: Bussard is the sponsor ol' this club. UurI'uI1'y.' pimp gal, Stage lfllIIItlg!'!'V. lflllilklj' alzbrml Forensic League To stimulate interest in public speaking and every- day speech activities in Elkhart High School and the connnunity . . . this is the purpose toward which the National lforensic League, under the sponsor- ship of Mr. XVcnger, has worked during the past year. H'ith this purpose in mind the 45-50 members have given all-school programs, presented weekly radio shows "Your Schools" and "Record Rendezvous and furnished P.A. announcers. As well as these activities the Speech Club has also won many trophies, ribbons and other awards at tourneys such as those held at Ball State Teacher's College and Howe Military School. The club, substantially increased in membership over the previous year, ended this year with the annual Speech Banquet held at Hotel Elkhart in May Al flulf iriwliiigv :uw plain j'a1'xp1'1'rl1 Irips Slvanzkfz Club .Urn Hullmrnz lvllv us of life in Soulh Amvrim lhftkx' H11rz'f'x', prf'.xi1lwlI: Jlilcr' liilzlrr, win'-ifr'e1.xirI1'r1lZ' .Uurilyu Yorlrfr, .w'r'r1'lnryg fllirf' 'I'1lrm'r, f!'!'IlXl To develop ll hcttcl' llllclclslzlllclilig and zllmplf-c'iz1Lio11 ol' Sllilllisil-Slltxiliiillg peoples :mil their language . . . Lhis is the purpose ul the Spanish Club. ,,,, Our club has clmjoyeml many interesting zlctivitiex :mal progrzniiiaz thc zumuzil get-znrqllzaililecl meeting. our zmnuzll "CIl1risl111n5 ,Xmuml thc XYo1'lcl" with the llillliiliilllili pinuln, :mul thc imlufliun ol new IIICHIIJLIS into The Spanish Xillilllllli Honor Sucicly. lhcl yearly lnollcy-lilaiklng IJIKOICYI, thc mln- ul IJCIIS. nizuh- it pmxihlc lu Imvc ll lull-length lIlUX'il'. hlmwl in Smith .Xlllt'l'it'1l which niznny Spzmisli Slllkil'llls cnjrmyccl. 'l'hL- illncsx ul Him Killg'sUlIlL'XVil1ll liimlclul nur aulixilics. hill Nliss liriscllu :mal Xlx. Halllmzm In-llx-cl lla tlIl'l'X fm. Club N1!'l'lf!Ig.' rw' lIi.YI'llXY our Cltirago trip Frmzfz Club 'l'o give the lfrench students :tn opportunity to learn more about the history :md culture of the Ifreneh people . . . this is the goal ol' the Frenell Club. The seventy members ol' the French Club, under the supervision ol' Mrs. Grillo, met every hrst and third XYednesdzry ol' the month. The meetings included lilm strips on lfrzmce and Mrs. Grillos talks on experiences while living in France. During the veztr the l-'reneh Club held their annual cillI'l5lII11lS program, which consisted of at special lood sale :md special Christmzts music' presented bv several LHS rhoir members. On Xlzrrclr lil the club went to cilllfilgll to attend at plxtv. ln ,Xpril the lfrench Club presented I.:rSoiree, the linul event ol the vezrr. Duff' il-IlI'IIIlil'Xkl, f11'e'sir1e't1l: lllflll I'.lli.x, t:f'uv111'r'1': lurly Plfflrlzrr w'11e'l111v.' l.n11lr1 llmlln. t'irf'-jnffxirlf o iw 'ffgl A K I-'fy-Sr-' uawmqqg N1 Dale' I'lf'lr'l11'1', jn'mir1'm1l: Iimmizf llvllf4'IIl1IlH, w'IH'l1l7'j'J liill Spf i'i4'r'A1n4'xIrl1'11I: Hull: l.lullm1', f7't'll.NIH'I'I U21 ll1'rlm'x1luYs rw' lrurll nf lifr' in nllfw' l'!HlHf?'lt'X German Club Die Deutsche Gesellscliztlt tler lillalmrt Hohert- Schule the Germain Club. consisting ol' stuclcnts interestt-tl in or llllilllg' Germain is sprmsoretl by Nliss Ingstrup. To gain ll better umlerstzmcling ol' fiCI'lIl2lll people, their customs. :incl their waxy ol' lile. Klaus Nletchner showed 21 series ol' movies on Cermxmy. Our main activity this yt-:tr was the Germzm supper helcl on April 7. One nice :ulvzmtzige ol' llztving Bliss Ingstrup lor an sponsor is that the members get ziutlientic' inlormzttiml milccrnirlg her native C'0llIlll'f'. Dcmnztrk. i i 3 x 50 The .'1lllIlfI'lU' Radio 1111'111lu'r'x plan for Ilze .xvflfflllllll 1f7lIf'I'gl'l1fy DHHS Amafeur Radzb Club To aid its members in becoming prohcient in electronic theory and amateur radio operating procedures is the purpose ol' the Amateur Radio Club, under the sponsorship ol' Mr. Rohrer. The club met three times a month in room 35 to discuss business and plan projects. The meeting was followed by a work period or a code study period. Two stations have been completed in the High School this year. In the spring the club took part in the National Emergency Drills. TMI JI. Slllffll, f21'r'vf1lc'rl lim jcllixml. .wrrf'I11rx' Hozvmzl Zwllr, llAl'll.S1lI'i'I Z lfux' I'iI'lf'l1lll!ll1, fzrvdviflmit: Ijllllll I.z'1zrmx, YE'fI'l'fII7'y'f IXYl17'lf'f'lI Riflzfer, I'iI'!"!Hl'Nlf1I'Ilff Ron Hunrwrz, lI'I'IlflUY'V During Club Illl'l'li7IQ.Y we study II1Uflf'7'll dmiqlz . t L Tw .rr ' " V, ' Pam! 271 Palme The Paint ancl Palette Cllub is a club mlevotf.-ml to the study and Cllj0yU1CllE ol' art. lt brings together stuclente who are interested in nianv clillerent areas ol art. This vcar the Paint 'n Palette Club has had connnerfial artists ancl window clisplavers visit their club to give theni pointers on thcne tlillerent helcls ol art. lfnclcr the direction ol' Mr. -Izunes and Mr. XYarl'el the club took a trip to the Art Institute ol' Chicago in April. There they learned niore about ancient and modern art. The club does inanv service projects, auch as making favors lor clillerent parties and groups. .NvIl7II'f f.lf1z'1', and hm' lmfvlv rlny w'11ljrlm'r' N C li, 'T I - af 3:91 K 0 -et F Xl L x i in ' Y ' ff 'W s W if' V., ff.,-9' ., QL, -s.. Peggy Inbozly, pre.Sir1f'nl,' Gayle Rowe, llllllllllllfllfllfillllf -,OIIH fiillianz, :'ic'1'-plesirlerllj .lIr1nri1rz' I11f'r1I2.xm1. lrzfu.s11rr'r': lflllllllfll Iurlny, w'rrr'Ir1ry Dzklrzfvufzve Educalzkm Club P- '-1 lfllllilllllg Jetter SlllCSIllllll5llllJ by gaining a better understanding ol' the entire field ol' merchandising is the purpose of the Distributive Education Club sponsored by Mr. Addison. The Club consisting of twenty-seven members meets twice a month in room 23. Several programs were presented throughout the year. These included special speakers on dillerent fields of merchandising. In the spring the Distributiye Education Club held an Enlployer-Eniplcmyee Banquet. Another spring projert ol' the Distributivt- liducation Club was making window displays in downtown lilkhart stores. Pupils enrolled in the Nlerrhandising l2 Class automatically become nlembt-rs ol' the local branch ol' the Distributiye Llduration Clubs ol' the Indiana organization. .-Irnnzgizzg Il FIIIUIUIIIII rlixpluy 5' Ijllllfllltf mwr ll !lUIl'llf!1Il'71 :rim rlixjrluy 'lIrx. IIIIIIIXUH mm' our rlnb !'llllI'll'l'-fillil Hornv, 1I!'I'Klllf'7If,' Indy Holynnsx, z'it'f'-frztfvirlwilq .Hir'kz'y Fair, .xrwrfflrlryf Harlmru lfrirk, Irrmtlrm II? fmrlt Chrixlrnrzv mrkx for palienlv al .XIOVIIIIIII Bvally Hotpilnl Florence rgfzlz'r1gzzle Lamp 'l'he Iflorence Nightingale l.1llIllJ club, sponsored by Mrs. johnson, the school nurse, is devoted to lurthering the interest in nursing and other medical professions throughout the school. This club, with forty-hve members, had a rt-ry suc'c'essl'ul and inlormative year with the many interesting speakers and movies concerned with the many phases of the medical prolession. Among many ol' the interesting activities enjoyed hy the club this year were helping with the Heart Campaign and assisting with the nursing t'onl'erenc'e on College night. The club also made a field trip to the Indianapolis Medical Center ol' Indiana University. nz I llllll ily mr urlmf our 1 it 1100 lx fold uv llllfllll Iulcllcrx and Irarlzing Ihe l-uture leachers ol ,Xnierica Club, sponsored by Miss -lones and Nliss Updike, has about thirty members interested in learning more about the teaching profession. This year the lf.T.A, heard interesting programs: some lunny, or lIliiOI'IlllillX'C', or challenging: such as, the panel ol' principals who discussed "XX'hat Hakes Principals Get Grey I-lairs", a talk by Dr. Schilling on "School Curriculum", and a panel ol' new teachers to the Elkhart School System who told about their "First Teaching lixperiencesf' To honor li.H.S. teachers, the Future Teachers presented each teacher with an apple on Valentines Day. The F.T.A. also participated in Brotherhood Meek by displaying pictures of "Good Citizens ol' li.H.S." The lfuture Teachers ol' America Club striyes to create more interest in the lield ol teaching. Palsy HIlI'fl!lIIII. 1'in'-j1r':'.xirIf'11I: Knllix ll'iz'xm'r. fI7I'Nil1f'7If.' Slmron Zinn. v'rr1'Irrfx-lrrrzslurr 55 -an qw sw ,Q -W ,ww Dzufid Hurt. l1'f'f1v1n'f'r: IUIIPI I'z'rry. Secretary: Dave Soulllall, President fxc'atccly: Club mz'n1Iu'r.s: Hill II'i.xcn1m1, z'if'1'-jrrmirlf' unzbr Academy of Science The junior Acadamv ol Science, sponsored by Miss Archibald, consists of thirteen members. The goals ol the club are to interest boys and girls in engineering or science careers bv member participation in activities related to these topics. The meetings are held the hrst and third Xlednesdays, in room 317, In these meetings, the members discuss the latest scientihc happenings and have special guest speakers who give them some idea ol' their roles in scientihc research. This spring several ol the members entered exhibits and projects in the Regional Science Ifair. An annual dinner was held at the close ol school to recognize the senior members. Workirzg on jrrojrfrlt for lim Science I"I1I'T 56 Al6ZC!lI71I5I Club The Nlnchinist Clluh, under the sponsorship ol Mr. Hjsong, strives to prepare its IllCllllJCl'5 lor at better understanding ol' industry. The club inet in the Machine Shop every week where they listened to speakers, viewed fihns, und studied the dillerent tnuchines. In their meetings, the twenty-Hve IIICIIITJCIS discussed activities and planned projects. The club perlorined :tn annual service hy repairing toys lor the needy children of the l'0Illl1llIllllY, at Christtnzis. The most outstanding project throughout the year is planning Il trip to ll major industry. To earn money for this trip the club inztde and sold keychains. Although any student in :tn industrial class is eligible for inelnhership in this club, he lnust renluin at good scholastic student :ind ll good citizen to retain this IllCI1llJC'l'SllllD. Iliff Hollfn. fn1'xirfr'r1I.' l.f1Hy ll'l'llrj', 2'ire'-j1r1fxz'rIe'r1lf Inu .llf1rl111, wfrwltzryvtwmlnfm' lolm flIl'I'lIN. fllllgllllfl 1lm11mm1.' lfrl fwgllmri, Vlfl-II, lfllllillilllll Q5 'L The .V Cf: I'I-Nfl! IS ll . , L lfwvlf -Q1 "3-fists. urlzirtixlx and FH,-I prexiderils rieu' their dixplrty of repaired mi torx D T XJS it I I ,L --...L 57 orlf' uliwv fi frwirzi' of u fffzx , m Trgvle L Selling turnzitions tluring the tourntunent, placing lztvors on the hospital trans. providing :ipproprizite bulletin bozirtls . . . these :ire at lew ol' the :activities enjoyed by the Triple l. Club throughout the veztr. About thirtv ineinbt-rs niet in the room ol' our sponsor. Mrs. Burklrurtlt, on Xletlrrestlziv mornings where we tliseussetl gouls ol' knowletlge, lezitlership, guul lovziltv-the qualities ol' Z1 gootl Triple I, members. Progrzuns that proved interesting to the nrenibers were at plziv review bv Mrs. Autlrev Russell untl slitles ol tlillerent countries. The Triple L Cllub hzis ztgztin lulfilletl its purpose bv serving the school gintl the coinniunitv in nrzun tlillerent ways. limi: lifflfllllllllll, vitr'-jfirs1'ilfi1!.' lo Jun Yllllllflrfw, juexiflful lffluffs Sinful, Iimlsrinfg ,llmx l'eu1lill.' :mil Iouuif Ixfmli sfriflflfi FHA To help individuals improve personality, and family and comniunity life now and in the future . . . this is the purpose of the Future H1PlllCIl12lliCl'S ol' Anierica. This club, under the sponsorship ol Miss Amsbaugli and Miss Pray, meets twice an lnonth in room This year they have had a very successful money- making project, a style show, and programs consisting of a speaker on "How to Know Our Potential Abilities", introduction of parents to FI-IA, and a Christmas program, "Christmas Around the YVorld", to promote goodwill by getting to know our neighbors at home and abroad. The FHA members-and their eniblem Carol jump, president: Pat jenkx, wire-prexidmzf: Pat Shrmberger sez-retary: Nanry Slzusier, treasurer: Murxlm Martin Marilvi , y Dr- Long, Helen Horin, and Eileen Stark 59 The rivzuly orgnnizwl dub with their emblem .Un filllklfl 1 Dui" g , 1 ' Huy xlllfllibx. Vlrr'-jnrxlflf' Lfzrzj ll INHI . t K 'r . I llimrw. 60 gr Hzl Y 'IU it-cute. maintain, :mtl extend the high stztmlamls Clhtistiam lillll'2lCilCl' lillbllgillllll the lmiuc. school :mal umimunity . . . this is thc ptnrpost- ol' thc HIQY. This year zthout 20 buy met in 1110111 132 the hut :mal third XXI-clticstlztys nl catch month, with their ct 8110115011 NIV. Xxiiiiilllll Clt'usic'1'. The hens cnimctl such lmitmgruim Qu nimicx :mtl talks hy outside spcgtkcts. Nii'llliJ6l'5 5L'liX'Cli its tulip-tx alt ull ol thc lmttxkcthzlll gzuncs :tml st-in-tl the scluml in uthcr titzttixicts. lluting thc ft'lll' thc Ili-Y hwy thmc Huw swvantt-tx. 'lihc initizttimi ol thc new oiiitus :tml IIICIIIIJUIS hcltl nt tht- Y.Nl.ClA. in thc spring. 13,1-1. V Y,Teer15 The Y-Teens, sponsored by Mrs. john YYing, promotes Christian fellowship. Approximately seventy girls HICI on Thursday evening at the Y.M.C.A. A fashion show, flower show, panel discussions, and talks by speakers were some of the programs they enjoyed this year. In spring they gave a religious panel, rummage sale, a full length movie, and a Recognition Tea. As services to Elkhart High School and the community, the Y-Teens sponsored a car wash, a dance, "The Sweetheart Swing", worked on the dime line, and wrapped presents at Sorgs and The Cinderella Shop at Christmas. Honoring senior members, a tea for mothers and guests was held in May. ,Inne I.1u1dquis1, presiderzt: Judy AIcQueen, vice-presidentg Ginger Swift, secretary: Amz Riblet, treasurer .Waking Swing rlemralirms we Illakmg posters for N11 1111111 62 1,14 1 1 ff " 1 A ,,1 1 1 9 V1' A, 1 f ' 5,1 1 Q 'r ,M I-1. , A 11 2 :wh-'Q'-Cys ' .. ,- . .1 42 -f ,-, .1 - V' L 1 .1 ,- A- : '- - . -1 A 'r - :, ' 1 '- li ,L .. ,, x ' '- ' I 1- . rt . ' ' 1 f. S F' . n ' '. n- 111 I 4 '-' A1 14 K :Q . ' ' ' : X . -4 . f : 2 : 4 ' 4 H 4 : , 2 f rf ,- I .1 1, rg , , -- 2 5 -F ,K :I : N . . -1 . r . ff A- Vg v L: ,A ,V Cf. - . ' ..' ' - 4 ' 1' 4 '. . 7 1- fb ,. ' . 1 1 M T -1 , 1 V f' 3- :. 1 I ' " 'A fx .. A ,T ': ' - " ,' .. '-- :J ' . ,A h . F- , -. ,:, -- - j . N , 1 -f 17' " .' Y - '. - 1. .4 M r ,. " 1 4 ' JE' 1. L-, .1 1' A- N Z 1 K' '- .- A . J' - 1 V. 1-1 . : . T" . 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"'I'l1ost- XYontlerl'ul Years" carried the autlience to the beginning ol the twentieth century, with skits in song, clance, anal pantomine. .X gills i'llUl'll5 line, the Fabulouw Follies lflappers. the portrayal ol' the birth ol' the junior clam, aml a beatnik bistro helped to coinlnlete the picture ol "Those XYontlerl'ul Years." The lollowing chairmen antl their workers were responsible lor the succeas ol' the Folliex General Chairman: Roxeann Bailey, Srripl: Chairman Roseann Bailey, Tl'l'h'6f.k'.' Mary Bauge, Bruce Brown, Anne Burkhartlt, Diane Estes, Carolyn Foreman, -Iutly Fuller, Karen Curka, Carol Hill, Mary Hnclnon, Kate Le Ferre, Diane Maas, llohn Peckham, Barbara Penrotl, Neclra Pipher, Vicki Pittman, Phil Ryan, Gloria Smith, antl Dorothy Swanger. 1'11bl1'r'ily: Clhairmen-I.intla Miller antl Toni Van Patten. Prugmnz: I.aurali Clheater anal Sara Koehler. Slllgl' f1.S'.Yl-.S'fllll!.l'.' fllllllflllllll-Nlill'K l.ot'kwooil. Spm1.wn's: Mr. Rohrer anal Nlr. .Ioe Bell. Iliff llI'IlIHII'Y in lin' Imrk flmrllx lim' Direrlor, X110!IYUI', ullllilln, rind Daw' 'Nlxliltirzg Ihr umm .lII'fII'Il .wrzrls l1w'fhiIri1'f'rz with gifts to her rizwzl .lawn Ulf! Sfratmeyerj is beratnl by Medea ql'ifki Rffinoehlj Senzbr Clays Play The Senior Class presented Medea, a Greek tragedy, written about 600 BL. by Euripides. Medea, a lavish and powerful woman, is cast aside by her husband, Jason, lor another woman. Medea seeks her revenge by sending AIason's new wife a golden cloak which bursts into llame. To lnake her revenge complete she, in her madness, kills her own sons. The play was directed by D. Bussard, assisted by Patti Mbggoner. The cast starred Vicki Reinoehl who did a realistic interpretation as .lledefu other members of the cast included jason. Mel SI1'2iUllCyCl'Z Nurse, Vonni Reinoehlg Tutor, Jay Troyka: IVOIIIFII. Sue Bartlet, Sally Wenger, Nancy Schuster, and I,ou ,Xnne Clornerg ,lI1'zIea'.s sons, M1-sley Prugh and Stanley Hunsberger. The mztfrz' cus! of ,'lIr'111'1l 1I!'f0I'l' Ihr doors of the castle Ull lu fl ronlcwl The EHS Cfzofrf .X very special person ancl a very special event highlightecl the choirs' activities this year. making IEISU-till an outstancling year, Thc' Forcl I-'ounclation honorecl lflkhart with the scrxices ol a promising young composer. Dr. Rohc-rt XX'ashhurn. His compositions presentecl a fresh outlook on the uuclerstancling ancl appreciation ol typical, xnoclern, .Xtnerican lnusic. enclearing hitn to all ol us. The special event which inspirecl lls to fixe Wc't'lis ol' intensive rehearsal was thc- Concert Choir's appearance at the Nlicl-XX'est Choral Clinic in Chicago on October Sith. Nine selections prc-sentecl in concert lorin were lollowecl hy sixteen partially preparc-cl numbers. In rapicl sequence cante the North Central Chorus clirectecl by Ceralcl Schroth lroin Chicago Lutheran High School. The Christmas Concert. with a background ol wise tnen ancl huge. inc-tallic stars, prececlecl ten holiclay appearances in three class by The Choir. Soon altet Christmas vacation the succession ol' vocal contests hc-gan. In Nlarch thc- two inixecl choirs were guests ol the hancl performing "The Prologue to Nlefistolele' on the liancl ancl Orchestra Concert. All lour choirs participatecl in the tri-school festival at La Portc- which leaturecl Miss Margaret Hillis. clirector ol the Chicago Symphony Chorus. liaster vacation proviclecl the time lor an enjoyahlc trip to Chicago ht thc' choir lneinhers. Dr. XYashhutn s "Ode to I'.l'CCllOlllH highlightecl thc- Spring Concert. The ensuing Choir Banquet aucl Concert Choirs pet lorntance at Baccalaureate UllIllJlCl.Cll the actixities ol the xear. 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' . . ' . ' . ' fuller ullcs. .XlsIlllglUll. X 11.. :mal xlzlckwmlllc. Hn. l"""I' H""1" c'l""I."'1 B"""'41!'1"'- llalriri .Xmim-mn. .X Lutrll ui' 12 150111 UlIIllJOSC'I'S have bean zlwzllklval Sm' Hosta-Ilcr. Rillllllk' Hurlcx. kluhn Penn, limb RlNQl1II'CIL'l. . l . , limi Ruxwll, 31111 jug sm-gn-lx, the lcllrmwxlllps to XYIKIIC luuslc- 101' the elm-nlmles H,,,i,,,,,,,: Umm h,,,IclH,. ol' I2 high school SXslClIh in 19030-lfhil. 73 luslmwt Niall: lim! :fling on I-rfrll Y3....."l A X V.-...A mm lillllgf. Ilure' UHQ. Phil flyer ll ulfon frrrlmozlls' mxlislftl lw Iiflzfry Our School Paper: Hezuletl by Nancy Mathias antl Sue Rauser, two senior etlitors who hatl risen lront the ranks, the Pennant lVeekly puhlishetl an issue ahnost every I-iritlas tluring the year. This wortl "almost" covers the weeks when tec'hnic'al tlilliteulties with an antient press tnatle lllllllliillllflll itnpossihle. However, alter a new press was installetl in April. Nlr. l lery anal the prnu shop llrns were ahle to protluee hettel'-looking antl more regular issues. Special issues puhlishetl were the hlue anal white Tourney lssllC, the Clhristtnas lsslle, the .Xpril Fool issue antl a Senior Special. The Pennant Weekly stall consists ol the lollowing: Iitlitors: Sue Rauser antl Nancy Mathias. Assistant Iitlitors: Toni Yan Patten, Mike Schmalzrietl, Lintla Miller, and Phyllis xYlSCIll2lI1. Feature litlitors: Roseann Bailey and Roxy Horswell. Sports Editors: Bob XN'alton, Bob Sileott. Business Manager: Phil Oyer. Atl Manager: Barb Bauge. Feature XVriters: Rose Nlars Sherwin, .loann Palmer, Gayle XXICSIILT. Diana Xoung. Pat Latls. .'1Y.Vi.Yfllllf f'1li1m'x.' l.ind11 Miller, .Uirlmlff Sf'l1lm1l:r4'id, Toni Van Putten,Pl1iIli.v u'l.Sl'IlltllI The Pennant Weekbf Sherry Reed, Lincla lVeavcr, Phyllis xVlSCll12lIl, Sue Hams, Dave Dvorkin, Kay Kricler, Ruth Kcnnell, Barb lgIi2llN'lllK'li, llizine Mans, Sully Nlcycr, Kathy Cilclezl. Virginia Davis, :intl qlucly Nlesscr. Sports Xliilcrs: llzxve lizarne, Nlikc liiblcr, Bob Silcull, -lulin Clziwlcy. Alell XY6lls. Rubin Pmlnwilll. -lulin Clublc-nu, :incl ulolin Terry. Reporters: Yzlllismzl Hilligms, Bznrb Austin, Bzirlm AIUIIS5. Maury XYzilLer. Clurol Duke, Pzun Lmlwzmls, Nzuicy Ryg'L'li. Gaby lfrink, Donna Pownzill. Nlzlry Knllul. Ellen Cllirispyn, :incl .lucly Brown. 1lm.x: Sm' lhlizwr. ,Nrnzry .Vullzzm 1' Inv: NN: IIUXVIJPIVI lhzilry. lluxj Hzfzwzwll The 1960 Pefzfmfzl flflfllldl llc-giliiling' with only ll theme ideal. Lind moving :llong to produce zu HlIIllJlClCll book ol' 221 pages. the Pennant Annual stall had ll busy' yezir. Eleven seniors headed the stall ol writers :ind sztlesnren. These seniors, working with Miss Kelly, adviser, and their technical advisers, Mr. Ed de Beznnnont and Mr. R. R. Benson, headed groups ol' Seniors who served on connnittees. sold aids. wrote and typed copy, :ind handled the finzinces. liditoriul and Business stalls were: Managing liditor und Pliotogrziplierz -Iini Cooke: I'icture lfditor: Bud Russell. .Xrl lfmlitor: Ilodie lillisi ,Xssislznnt Editor Q51-nior Sectionj: .Indy Brown. .Xssislztnt liditor qillubs: I.indz1 lfields: ,Xssistunt Editor lilopypz ilzirolvn Hurtfler: Assistant Editor lLillll6'l'Cl2lSS1llClljI ylzinet McDowell: Clo-Business Mzinugers: Dick Deputy. Frank Martin: Assistant, Don Gonsowskig Ad Manager: .Xnne Hughes: Sports Xvritersz Football, Bob Held and Bob Guinzt: Bztsketbzill, Dick Tztlbertg Mrestling, ylohn Xveuverg Trac-k :ind Cross Ciountrv, John Conner: Bzisebztll, Jack Turnockg Coll, -Inv Trovku. Seniors who served on 4-onnnittees, sold ands, and worked on the subscription drive were .-Xnn Riblet, chziirnlznl: ,lo Ann Sunnners, Helen Horin, Cvnthizi Teinplin, :ind Sandy' Grimes, senior connnittee: Anne Myers, flrztirinzin: Put Alenks, Michele M'illi:11ns, Sue Stutsnrzin, iozzlerrlnss mnznzitferx' Linda Burnham and jackie Fields, CllZllI'I116IlQ Pat -luv, Alive Turner, and Doris Mitchell, dub ffmzzlzitlre: Alacqueline Tscihabold, Mimi Sjzorlx u'ri1z'r.v.' Held, fiuinu, 111111 Tulbffrl 5 7'l,9l9l1 131415161118 2122232425 lfizw' imIl1.x'!rio11.y girls: lurlv lfrozun, lfzirolytn Hfulzlrv, ,Iam r Ilmrvll, lorlif' lilliv, and l.lH!IIl Ifirlrlv Krziybill. Carole 'I'rover, HIIISIAIQ' Patti Xvziggoner, Karen Kidder, dmznrz. Those who worked on the subscription drive were George Mc'Meekan, Sue Harrison. Bob Guinzi, flynthizi Teniplin, Bucky Stoll, Karen Knight, Ken Rztzitf, Yonni Reinoehl, Gerald Breiner. Clzirole Troyer, Bob Held, .Ioan Singleton, l.1ntry' Czlll. Pail ,Xlt. Dave Southall, Sue Bartlett, l,eonurd Dellnrio Dianne Banner, Bill llollzir. Lynthm l,:n1st'l1e. lerry Kaiser, Shan-on Zinn, -Illll lfziir, l.indzi Burnhnnn. l,oren DCIIILIS. Carrol Xlllul, l.zirry Long Lind lxnth Truex. 4 The .Xd stall consisted ol the lollowing: Sntndrai Hztrtnrgxn. .login Ifields, Anne Myers, Barb Matthew Kelly Cummins, Xzincy XYilson, Chris mlohnson. Sully' Xyenger. Mel Strzinneyer. Kziren Lnsher, I.en l Pxtoletti. Gziil Scott. mloy' Potter, .Xlice 'l'urner, :int Sue Hzirdy. 76 expemivc IJl'OllllCll01l solil to the SlllilClll ill 21 Illllllllllllll ol'l'ulll'1lrbllLil's2 zu l:irgc:ulx'cr1isiiig section mxicle this xpcciul price Iumilmlc. .Xliss Ilomiliy Kelly is the pulnliuiliom zulviser. kai 'fWiu. i I+-M if iw :Ill .Hgh :Inn llllglnw mul I7ll,XfIlt'XA' xlnfl flllllk Allllflll. Dirk Ilrjfllly, IIIIII Dun hrnzxmi The Remra' of Qur School Ykar 'liliv lllcmc ul thc IEHSU xcgirlmuk is "ll .Xll lie-galil .. ,. ,. ' . Q W NX itll ai lirmk . llic UIJCIIIIIQ pzigu lcll ilu- Nlfllif ul lllc gmwlli ul our tKUl'I'lt'llllllll since ISSIS: thc l'ollrm'- L mg' xccimm rc-uml llie sunw ul lllc xc-:ir in mm! l'llJlll'lCCIl llll1llll'L'll crmics ol thc xczirlmok were l , primed :incl clislrilaulecl to Llic ntuclenu on qlunc fl. The book giplmcnmil in an simulzitccl lezillicr umvei' in Llmc lillS blue cspc-cizillx' clcsignccl lm' Llic 1960 small. The LHS yezirlmok, 21 trziclitiunzil IJI'llLXKlIlllCI is in lim lfrmlfr, Hlllllllglllg rrlilm, mul limi Ifiuxwll, plffllft' ffzliffn' x s Scorebooks Record Victories, Defeats , , , "WK 3, -'.:,J1"'T I x Q George M dl leekan, tennis champ 011 to the semi-finals at Fort Wayne '55 but behind the figures Qyards gained, downs lost, holds brokenj lies the real story of rigorous train- ing, of skilled coaching, of locker-room tenseness, of excitement, thrills, of crisp October nights or warm May afternoons at Rice Field, and of the pandenioniuni at Northside Gym. Kosher: pep umm: lnlhert fouling through . ,f if I ,, ,fy If f '-1 , , air' ' ' J 4 X " F ,ff Rui? K A - y , 1 .f 1 ' sf ak G Q .Y I Q9 f- 12 1 A . 1 ya Q Y .- Q s X I ly K' .. Q I 4? 3 w 3, , f fwi , ,ff R sf 2 e W' 'W 2 Y ff' ff k 4' Y wi M 6 If QQ ff-fh TW .L ff V H Q ' r V gi ,,.ffg Qgs2ff fy, ,WW 'TTS 4 N I gffi X N, ff:L Q4 Ewa? fy 'lyk M W if I XX if W' rr-QPV h is ' 'MI V ,A ' Q V' md- New ' 1, I he ' if I I I I was 1 Q ,EA I -L I I R lf ' . , 5 2 Q. L . ug gm 'bf' la f L4 f' 1 frvf XS' I? fx A ' l Il Q. r l l- ji 151111 Ciuina ., , , 1'f'r1'ia'ing ,,.'-'Q"'J ,ww , Il pn vs ' k s. X. .Q 2 Cefnlcfrv IJ, fir'rm'1'or'lc mm' D. S,ll'I'iII!'7' We tied the first one, defeated Froebel, XVitl1 the study of movies taken in the St. Joe game and hard practice, the Blazers showed what their football team was really like against Gary Froebel. At the end of the first half the score was 14-6 in favor of the Blue Blazers. The Blazers opened the second half by driving for 53 yards in 5 plays. Then XVilliams sped around the right end for 27 yards and a TD. 'lim Stewart set up another 4 "W .llIllIllQl'VX. Lrft I0 right. Tum .llillrlg Dirk Ifrlmll. Plllll Tillulwn 13. Gllfllll j1if'lc,x' up ytlfllllgl' on 1'mr1j1I1'I1'rI puxs um! lulln I'f1'1'y 81 gw 22. A , rw: 4 ii?'35'W K 2 A Z 2 igi Y "' Q, ,. if " fs ,MQ bv for "J qw 'P 1 i-gl'-,f -QTY' fr 1 25 X .NM- T-'-1'...,"' in-ff df?"-K' if . x fn, 7 5 . 2' ,. . r. , , A .,, I f 'NW sw FN lm , q M , ,' , 45545 4 ,K - K In V Q , 'Q ' 12, I I 12.3 N- w. by Q i Fm ,gy '54, J D Y 4 P K Am' Q.. v ff-Sz, mf -'ff' N . A H ,, w., . M Q ,V Y , . , ,,.. held Ft, Wayne Central 1375 Xxvilliillllw 1'emcix'ul the punt :xml c1'isxn1'mwml with Il:-lml.g'1x'1ng the bull lu llclcl. when Slllkillllll 41.1 yank lox' the IU. Ihrcq- play zmllcl' l'xl'HL'lJCl.i Ill. llc-lml again xunz-ml. llllllxillg lhc lmznl score 10512. Ulm' the big win mx-1' I"mclJn'l. the Blue lilgrfelx were all kc-ful up :mul wzlcly ln luke on HI uml N1 P , IL Ilzlrl Is' xlnlljnffrl llfffl' vlmrf f 51 I. I-.url wls up lung gfzinwr for Gmhen, their old rival. Although lizmiperecl by the lost ol' .lint Stewart, as llCl.Cll5lVC lialf-bztck and qt1zi1'tt-1'lxtck. thc Blue Blzuers went out to win but czunc homo llI'OliCl1-llClll'ICilI LlCl'C2lICll H-7. But this low clicln't stop thc Blue Blazers. as they wt-nt on in their nt-xt game to jolt South Bcncl .XI U XX'zuhington out ol' its high rating. Hcltl scott-tl 1iHSs lint 'I'lJ lroin thc fl yaml linc, :alter at-tting it up . K , , . with zi .il tural holt to thc l xinthcr s lv. Ht' ncorctl zigziin on thc lilxt lllilf ol' thc lust period on an 548 yzuxl run. The linail ICHS tourhtlown mu wot-cc tlcl'c'mix't' hack Clzul lit-nxuitlt-r. who liickctl up an Iunihlc :intl run unniolcstctl till yzmls lor the score. Solmhoniorc .lohn hlllllllllllli, kickccl his hint two held goals hut inissetl on his lzut uttcnipt: lllllll store 20-0. A115 wt-ll that enclw well. thc aztying gon and nothing monies clont-1' to tlcwrihing Iilklizirt Highs lil-T lootbznll victory owl' lfort XX'nyne Clcntml. The lilzuctx scoiccl twice in tht: sccontl hull to 5 wlfonlm if ujf nflrr lfffllzf lrfllfffzlrliwl 84 I-.lI,N. Ilfmllflu url l bv inn .i 'l t ,L 4 ,ff W v. , ' , Y " 15 UW'-li, .Z . "7."3"" ' ff' ' J 6' we 'E -r mr 1 Avg? 4 I' Ip 'rt 13 P M 9 Q iwaimm ' 1' A1 welgfgxfirniglkfm ' gig' D. I,l1'f!'1I!'I' j1H1r'Ii1'r'.x kirking nfl Q-56313 1 f-? ,, ,Q f4f',fff,'f' ,t " , 3 'hm if fi 'ibgtkl " "1 i 'L " " 4 I ' pi -j ' ,Uni - t .' , '-wi v 'WWI' W t 1" ,t ' 1'7" I ' f-- zrstyutf -. -1, . riff!-lk' 1 ,q,f-t,,- t ,," '4 " A ff, ,R '5L:r',4z . ws Q' 'U vfj, 71,1 Ji Ai .1 b Ky f ' if-'A - . - - ,J ,, 3. .1-1's . r ., ,- ivy.-4 H was 1. t f .- ' -'.,.1: 1 .. 1t .1u 2 1 . . if ,M ' We ruined Riley V , Q A 1 X3 Ya ,QW , .vi , A nz V 1 ., f X, if 251. , ff ' 5? ' 1 ,,,-+21 --fs aww? ' ' ,,L.-3' 3 ' . "" if- I . , if " . , . K- JJ : K -.if 6 ia x Ev, K A 35? . x QQN- I. ,af , . .A A , .fi 5 R 55 , A-, L x fi '1 K -isa A V ,Q X X 5. -X ,4-va. Q NO Q 19 7 .nf P 5' W' ,J J' 'ft 'z manga . vi Ny? S- V 23-,, L.,",. A1x.QL9A ,q'1f' , S wif 'Van ' h,5"L'N"11im-1 4 Y 1 'Inn ,wld 5. Rig 1 fl , 1" A. iv, A' . , N. z ...sf , , Ilmzzrrmzzirzg flIlf'!'VI :Inn Riblef with eirort Bill Hollm' i on1c'z'umi11g flH1'1'H fl. Ilihlvf lullo zrillr 1, .slzlclwr and 1, .N1c'a'urI. our jor ll1c'.w'umn cluc' lo illrzmc- in our homefcoming game, complete with queens, rugged, hard-lought battle at Rice Ifield. A large crowd saw every Blazer drive in the hrst half crushed, despite a punt blocked by .Iohn XYeaver and fumble recovered by Darl Compton. Finally, in the fourth quarter, Bob Held dashed 83 yards for Elkhart's only score. John llanzaruk, converted. However. with only 31 seconds left, I.a Porte added 7 more points. Blazer victory number hve came at the expense of the John Adams Eagles, the third South Bend team to be shut-out by lil-IS. Bob Guina scored the first touchdown on a hfteen-yard pass from quarter-back, lim Evans. hlanzaruk, added the extra point, Moyese XYilliams c-limaxed a 58-yard drive, bolting over for the third touchdown. set up by Dick Klingaman, who recovered an Adams fumble o the Blazer -ll. Final score: 20-ll. Elkhart had no trouble winning a 27-fi boule- coming victory over the Nlishawaka Nlaroons. Larry Gall, hard-running Blazer fullback had his best offensive night as he smashed for 82 yards in Iilteen carries for a 5.5 average. Once again Bob Held was the leading ground gainer with 93 in sixteen carries lor a 5.8 average. ln the lirst quarter, Gall added six points and Nloyese XX'illiams scorecl with thirteen seconds lelt in the hall. Among the plays ol the evening was a twc-nty-six-yard Held goal by llohn Alanzaruk, ylr. On bnow-swept School lfield. Llkhart llltl their third deleat ol the season at the hands ol' thc- mighty Central Bears. Howc-vc-r, this game was HllIIl!'fll1!!llIg lf'!f'lf7'lll'I-IIII IHIIVVIS llrnlr .llrllllrzr Illlll :Inu lfflfl to-zll1c'1'I1K zvillz l.v1lll1!lX 71 Inzxlnfyolz foul liwllv filff1I1ll7ll'IlN IIHWPIIIIIII Il 1 z 7 A4 We overwhelmed Mishawaka, probably the finest one played by the Blazers all season. After the Bears had secured a seemingly conilortable lead of l0-0 in the third quarter, they were outplayed the rest of the hall. Tackle, Pete Peek, started the Blazers on their way when he recovered a Central fumble on the Elkhart 45. Larry Call found daylight on the Bears' 20 and ran into the end lone. Midway in the fourth quarter EHS again hit pay-dirt behind the driving elliorts of Gall, who banged oil 38 yards in hve carries. Central still retained a I0-I3 lead: however, the Blazers started another drive, only to have a pass intercepted by a Central player and to see the season end with a loss. Skfrzirn' liziehlljz at lux! home game 11111 Iimwll MLM pm! 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Dick ,l'11llJCl'l 111111 11111101 llllblll laisl 10:11, iniswd thc IQQIWI Clhicxigu xY2lSlllIlgUlIl Qzniic iii which 1l1c lilailcix were mc-11l111w'c1c1l, T9-Ill. 1 15111 Lhc lilzileis filllll' hawk the l11llc1wi11g11igl11 111 1111501 thc- Clc1l11111l111s li11lldr1g5 i11 ll d1111l1lQ 111'C1'1i111C. 511418. .xlll'l' 2 111i11111c-s llllll l11111111-Q11 1C.11111i11111'd 1111 page WM I'l1'l1l11'1' l1111'1 1111 1111111 I111' Il lux 1111 fill? lull 111111 w11'l: j1111,1,511,11 1111111 !111ll 88 The Blazer fguaa' Won tire Holiday Tourney The New Year began with the Blazers winning their own Holiday Tourney. The Blazers, who worked smoothly in the afternoon against Bedford for an 85-60 decision, went into the night game and topped Gary Tolleston, 48-46. The 1960 model of the E.H.S. Basketball team ran their new year total to three straight wins, with the 70-60 win over the South Bend VVashington Panthers. But this winning streak ended when the Bellmen playing one of their best games of the season suffered their first loss of the new year to Fort Wayne Central 69 53 In the next game Elkhart couldnt find the range against the Michigan City Red Devils and got be it 63 52 On the following night Richmond s Red Deuls got many easy baskets and defeated the Blazers 60 51 The Blazers took their ninth defeat of the season 61 65 at the hands of Fort H ayne 1North the following Friday night Fort H ayne s 83 free throw Steve Bell and Denny Foster came into the South Bend Riley game to help the Big Blue press and defeat the VVildcats. The quickness and ability of these guards added to the efforts of the Blazers to beat Riley, 67-61. Bell was high for the Blazers with 18 points: Foster and Lamb got 11. Using the same press and fast break successfully for the second straight night, Elkhart trounced YVashington Clay, 79-57. junior guard, Steve Bell was high for the second straight night. The Blazers' defensive ball-playing stood out sharply in this game. South Bend Adams assured itself of at least a sh are of the E N I H S C Championship by downing Elkh rrt s scrappy Blue Blazers 56 48 Elkhart ended its regular season with a well earned 71 56 victory over South Bend Central This win give Elkhart a 10 10 season record and served as a confidence builder for the coming sectionals The Blazers fired a red hot 529 percentage from the field as they became the first Elkhart team to down the Bears since the 1955 56 regionals The B Team under the superb coaching of erry Hostetler went through their season with only mo Front roi fam Inn! Tom Fetters 'Hike Smith Arlxn I uen erzrlz 1 Second mu jun H001 er larry Hardy Ro ev Kollat B111 Bxrkel Mike Ron one Third :oz ll alter Hzse jun D nipsex Paul Reasoner Coley Webb Dennis Kessler .Sidney Llzs Coach jerry Hostetler percentage was good enough to overcome the field goal difference in which E H S led Northside A crowd of nearly 7 000 fans saw E H S lose an early 17 point lead then fight back to beat their old rival Goshen in a thrilling overtime 60 57 The win ex tended the Blazers streak to 37 straight wins over the Redskins defeats The fine outside shooting of the B Team was one of the main factors contributing to this good record The members of the B Team were Tom Fetters Mike Ronzone Roger Kollat Tom Lantz Sidney Ulis Bill Bickel Mike Smith Paul Reasoner Woody Graham Dennis Kessler jim Dempsey and Coley 1Vebb The latter two were moved up to the varsltv on and off during the year 1 , a , , . . . ' , , . . . . . . 1. 1 . . , , - , . ' . , K . - 1 1 . . . ,. . I - 1 .2 1 r - 1 - 1 ' 1 V. . . , Y. c . , . , ' . t - v . 7 Y - ' ' 1 y V. . . , , . . Y - s - ' -W ra ' ' l 1 4': . 1, ' , . . , . g K , n gr. . ' 'J f ', . " ', g ' , , . Q . . U , A ,. . I V 1 , . ,. V V . . - - v. , f' ,, , , , , ' , . . . . x - - - y f 1 r av C 1 r 1 1 1 9 9 y ' ' - ' f 1 1 1 , . . v . I . ang luyx une' up agninxf Ri 92 We ffmwed yuqvrzkzklg Iourney Jfrenglfz The L111clel11'z1tt'cl Bl2llC'l'5 tlicl at lint- jul: in the wevtimmls an tlicy tlisprm'ecl prcclintiom ginml mtil by winning the tm11't1ain1e1it. XX'itl1 the lllSlOIll2ll'X Uzixiylarnly but lilkliznt' yell in their cars. thc Big Blue went on to laiwwe once again that it wsu "nolJmly but 1ilkl1:n't". In the Dist gznnc, lilklnnt lJC:1t the Xlllllxlll'llSil lnmlizins. umznltcml ln lfmncr Btll nizan. Dimk ulnlinwn, In ai ware ul 5771 1. 'llu-n the Blaifc-ix lat-an at Stllllilif liriwul tt-ann. '35-IIS. Hr!! goes up for a rfbozmd Innlg malt flu' lm!! Hill ll Nllffllfwll Izffltullflll ffonrll .Unv Iiafll'x imrvl rrflrrlx Ihr' ups rmrl zlmmzv of Ihr' gunzz' but foyl the 5Ei11I.'fl16Zl5 In the thircl ganie, the Blazers again laced the Rerlxkins. The Blazers sucreeclenl in running their string ol' wins to 38 ntraight over Goshen in a wilml tussle that saw the Blazers flown bv seven points with lour minutes to go in the ganie ancl then Mage a cmnehac'k to win, 1545-65. lilkhartk tlelense played a vital part in winning the Goshen game ancl also in the Clmicorml game that night. The Blazers starterl the ganie at a peak that is hartl to reach alter lfiUllllllllCll un page U33 Fmlm hurl ll Inv-1111 lflnrlffvl pvfx rin' 1:11 lffr' lil , f ,,k' Q5 f.f1r'rrllln1l: In fm Hlllllllll Befzzhd our Blazerfx lfze Cfzeerblock, Cfzeerleacfers Xliuli color ziml noise Wxls aulileil io the bziskeilmll Qzunes In the illeerlmlock. Pep liziml. zmil cheer- lexulers, l'mler the lczulcrsliip ol Hrs. Alice lfox. rlic' clieerlmlock perlormccl :it :all the lrome games. two our-olflown games :mal the Lourneys. The following cliecrlezulers, cozicliecl by Nliss Kemlzill. :ulclecl nizmy new :mil clillerem clieers lo llie clieerlmloclis routines: Helen Horin :mal Ifznillr Trucx, seniors :mil Clurolyn Cmslzilsoir, Xanax' lieerli :xml Shirley Kirin-le. juniors. llie Pep ligiml. clresseil in their blue :mil while soilml lilzuer izickeis. sei ilu' lcinpo lor Ii.H.S. xictoilcs Milli their sllllllh lllNlllllls. l,eil by Nlzirxin Nlelkus. llie ligmk :irouseil winning spirit in tlic' lzms. amz' the men belzirm' the men llcsicles ilu-se aitlrgulioiis ilml are easily nolimul, I su-Iles, 'l lic-se 'Amen lreliiml Ilia' men" imliule illcilllic-is ol llie IQ.H.S. lan lilly who serx e :is gnu' L keepers. ticker sellers :mil siorv keepers. 'lilw lbiggtsl ob ol ill ilu llckcl sznlvs. wars lmmllecl elliciemly oscpli Sm 1 l nr llfl ll 1 1 1 or 1 fain 1 rs A 'XVI Banque! Awards and the 56415011 playing Lhree ganna in three clans. The Blazers went on Lu lllill the larsl-niming Xlinutenien, lil-5.3. :incl clinch the sectional lille. Alert interceplium, hm hreznkx, line i11u1'kxi11zrml1il1, znnil excellent ilelenme ull were niuin lhcmix in winning the lfglfllllllx 'I'he Blazers llilllllllfll Plfllllhlllll in the Tlff' fffffflffflu 'lfllff VIH lffflv llfflfl ffmfl' 09 Hflfff' fmfl Jeff? . E . I 3 . . ,I Ilmlwllw, llxkhlllill rrulrllrw first gznne ul the zilternrmn. rm-ll, :mil then went on lu play one ol' their hear hull gznnex hy whipping Sl. kjuek lnilizmais. till-53. These wins pun lL.ll.S. in Lhe Sl'llll-l'illllllS ul lfort xyllfllk' the lulluwing week. where they gui helix In the quirk Central ligerx ul lforl Xxvilylll 68-56. Injuries which lllll1llJCl't'll LQ.H.S. during the lll'Sl Imri ul the season prfwecl in he :rn niil which prmlumeil zu Allifbllg heneh, :incl an line alll-arounml Leann lznler in the season. Our regional ilmilllmimls were llUllUl't'll ill the annual lmnquel nponwreil hy the HILIXFCCS. lfreml 'linylury mzielr ol the N.ll..'X..X. chznnpions, Ohiu Suite. gave un inspiring lull: to the lilzuers on the clesire Lu play lmsketlxill. The Nlmr Yziluarhle Trupliy was ziwzmlecl to Larry Long: Don Pleleher won the Ennnert Free 'lhrow Awzrrcl annul lim livzms was elected Clzrplziin. Roger Kollzrt won the Robbins if Nlenmriul Award for the B-Teznn lree-throw average. Ewm Cum dom, W, lfll.Xkf'fIIlIH Il7l'IH'!i irimzers and YfII'l1A'!'I'5f Coarlz .Wav Be !. lfrrrl 'I'11r.'m', larry luring. lim lfvrnzf, Ilxnz l,ll'f!'III'I and linger Knllul E First row: Lantz, T.: Boss, j., Ort, 1.: llIcMeekan, G.g Barrett, T.g Holderman, B.g Tschumakorr, ll. Second row: Coach Grover Smith, Arlley, j.,' Fellers, T4 Niece, B., Bremer, G., Cowley, j.: Bickel, B., Chaffee, B.,' Fletcher, D.g Szlcott, B. Netmen and Coach Smzlh Brzhg Slate Crown to EHS A brilliant Blazer net season was climaxed by the bringing of the conference title to Elkhart. The title match commenced with the drowning of a Mishawaka team in a deluge of winning tennis 5-0. Following this triumph, our fuzzball favorites took Fort YVayne North Side in stride, 3-2, then blanking a strong Goshen team 5-0 and dittoing this score on an afternoons excursion to South Bend for a contest with the Eagles of John Adams. Riley's XVildcats, seeking to down the undefeated Blazers, did so . . . but Elkhart cooly took the four other matches and continued their string ol' victories, by taking a dramatic Michigan City match, 3-2. Only a victory over South Bend Central was needed for a clinched flag. The netters sent the Bears away humbled 5-0. The new champs, beat I.aPorte and set the stage lor the meeting with Hammond High, also undefeated champs, from the Nest division ol' the N.I.H.S.Cl. to take crown and the mythical state championship, by a 5-0 score. XVe should appreciate greatly the hard work volunteered by those four boys and their coach Grover Smith. The champs are Tim Barrett, George NlcNleekan, George Tscliumakow, and Bill Holdeman. 96 Bill Holderman nt a practice session George Tsclzunzakov and em Cram COHHl7Dl.' Conference Cfzamlw Led by senior Chuck liIIlb2ll'gCI', the lilkhart High cross country team went undefeated last fall. First, the unbeaten li.H.S. Harriers, swept to a one-sided victory in a ten-mile invitational relay event at Rice Field. H'ith each of the top five Elkhartans running a two-mile leg, Coach Aloe Harvey's team finished six hundred yards ahead of second place YVarsaw. ln the annual Shortridge Invitational cross-country nleet at Indianapolis, the Blazers scored an amazing low total ol' eighty-four points against a huge field of thirty schools and two hundred and hfty-six individuals. lilkhart's Chuck I.jIIlbElI'gCI' was first, junior Bobby Scott was fifth, Pat Pettit, Captain John Conner and Bobby Escue also placed. Next, Elkhart won their first N.I.H.S. conference cross country title at I.aPorte. After the N.I.H.S. conference victory, the Blazers traveled to South liend's Ershine Park to win their third consecutive sectional crown. Elkhart hnished the cross country season with a heart-breaking third at the State Meet. Several team injuries accounted for this defeat but even a third place gave the Harriers the best season's record ever posted by an 1i.l-I.S. teani. ffllllfk fylllflllfgfl' ro111j:lr'Ir's ln'o-milf' cuurxf' The cross country term: n'iIl1 CUIIFII joe' Hr1ri'1'j :H the flllllqllfff Bill Sm'1'n.srn1, liwnrgr' .1lcMe1'kan, Conch Grover Smith, Clmrles Il'11lkz'r, Couclz Elm' Hll7'7'I'j', ,UIIII CUIIIHI mul Ceorve Da les F' 'Ed W l Rollie zvalclifs a practire session Wresllerf Qualfy For Slate In 1960 Coach Rollie Hoover guided the XVrestling team to a fine aeason record ol' T-l-l. The matmen also made a good showing in tournaments. The team finished set-ond in hoth the Conference and the Sectional meets. Five Blazers, Bob Scott, -Ierry Hart. llohn XYeaver, lack Turnofk and Larry Gall qualified lor the regional meet. At Lalayette the Iilkhart wrestlers won the meet and qualified lour hors for the State meet. Scott, 'l'urnoc'k and Gall won third place medals at the State meet. XYearer placed fourth. The Blazers finished eighth in the State team standings. Bob Scott, jerry Hart, Lyle Smith, Dennis Howard, Clete Kelly, .Iohn Lettermen are Ted Fairheld, XX'eaver, Dave Anglemeyer, Frank Martin, Bill Hollar, .lack Turnock, Larry Gall and Steve Hardy. WVRESTLIXG SQI 'AD Toll: lf01l'f'IvUIIl .Uillwg Sll'1'I' Hardy, 1.11711 firlll. lurk ilillfllllfk, Bill Hvllur, Duzfr' lfllllgllfll, fmnk Mrirlirz, Rullir' llmn'1'r'. Mirldlz' Hon' Rm' SZl'UIIfJI', lfliflon Cnrrl, Clvfe' Kffllv. Iolzn uYl'Il7'I'l', Ilmmiv Hmvarrl, Daw? AlIgll'lIl!'j'l'T, Keith Marlin,Pl1iI Oyrr. lfrorzl Ifflll'-1.3'll'.S'llllll jzmry' Hurt. Don lx'i1lrl1'r, Bobby Stoll.. linger ffllfllllllll, 'l1f'll Fairfielfl 98 I X VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD Left lo right, lmek row: Deiber, Dick: Huffman, Dickg Turnoek, jackg Pefklmm, john: Foster, Dennis: Mnlronl, DfI!Z,"71!Ill7f'l'l, Dirk: Long, I.arry,' Coach lerry Hmteller. Front rozv: Alullzis, Tomg Kelly, Cleleg Lums, Don: CIIIIIIIIIVHS, Frzmkq Fl'l'.SlI0llIA, Ray: Slllllll, Mike: Stull, john e l Slow Baseball Season Pzekv Up Speed XVith only lour returning lettermen and a few prospects up from the B-team, the Blazers started this season with dim hopes of equaling last years record. The four lettermen returning were Tom I john Slull Mathis, Ray Freshour, jack Turnoek and Clete Kelly. sliding in Although the Blazers were shut out by Mishawaka in their third game of the season, the Blazers came hack to heat the Maroons in Conference play 3-2. The Blazers, looking very good at times, but not hitting or making key plays at the right times, lost 1 z l Q to the following teams: S.B. St. -Ioe, S.B. Riley, I S.B. Aclams, LaPorte, and Mishawaka. The Blazers have beaten Niles, Green Township, Nlishawaka and S.B. Washington. The latter two were eonlerence games. Clelf' Kelly 111 lull, Tom Slllllll on ilu' mozmll D ,L-v.v5M,,,-., 214 'J' " 5 .,, 'e4f.f""i,,ff'f" 5 1 :J , nflqg, Bob Chaffee clears bar on pole-vault Blazer Tfzzheladf Take The Stare Track this year showed signs ol' excellence not only in the record-breaking performances of Cornelius Miller and Charles Umbarger but also in the entire squads achievements. Our fine season was a result of all out eflorts by Bob Held, Tom Gaspelin, john Conner, Bobby Scott, Moyese XVilliams, Bob Chaffee, Pat Pettit, Randy Adams, Steve Hardy, jim Middleton, Gary Barber, Steve Price, and Jim Evans. The Blazers, this year as last year, have continued to win by large margins. For the second year in a row, Elkhart took the Goshen Relays. Alter winning the ENIHSC, Elkhart coped the NIHSC meet lor the First time in the history ol' the school with Chuck Umbarger setting a new mile record with el:2e1.ti. During the sectionals which were won by Elkhart, Cornelius Miller Ui'-1" high junipj and Umbarger both set new sectional records. .Xt the Regional Meet, the EHS Track Squad smashed the Indiana all time regional mile record Ql'mbarger A1:2l.f1j and captured their second regional crown. lfirxl roziu' Ii'illir1mx. AI.: Hari, Pl.: AYIISIIIIIIIII, R.: Cl1al11'1', li.: l'mI1m frr 1 1 zf If Hollur, Ii.: Sroll, Ii.: Hl'I1f1l'P'.Y1I7l, T. 2nd 1'ow.' Adams, lf.: BIlI'IIf'l', 1' 1 ze: D Hn 1 asjze 1 Hardy, If11z1'g11Il1, D..' Crnzrier, I.: l'l'1l1t0n, li.: illidfllelorz. QI. 3111 7011 11011111 rn 111 Iiirkel, li.: lillix, j.: Cizllrixxo, I.: .UrDo11'1'll, D.: lVis1', H'.,'lf.Xf1ll', 011 It 1 1 mg: U1 II Roller, F.: Snzillz, D.: I'od11z1'ilt:, R.: Bell, IV.: Mrlfniglzt, B.: Plzs nz ur an x 5111 1 .-lxxixirirzt C0111-I1 ,l11n:ar11k, ,I.: Head Coach Ronzone, M.: A.s.si.vt1n1t Coach Homin R .H .F V 100 Gobferr are Rufmerr Up II1 Sizzle Meet After placing third in the State meet last year, Coach Max Bell again laced a rebuilding job with his golf prospects. Coach Bell lost two of his hrst four men, but had three returning lettermen: senior jay Troyka and juniors Steve Bell and john Cawley. This year, seven boys played on the varsity squad at one time or another. Bell, Cawley, Troyka, Chuck Conway, -Ielf Van Horn, Bob Silcott, and Bob Stone participated in matches during the season. In ENIHS Conference action, the Blazers started slowly, but came on strongly in the latter part of the campaign to hnish with a li-6 record. This was good enough for a third place in the final con- ference standings, behind I,aPorte and South Bend Adams. Including several outside matches, the Blazers' hnal season record was I2 victories and 6 defeats. In tournament play, EHS finished second in the Dyer Invitational with a total of 324 strokes. Competing against 26 of the hnest high school teams in the state in the LaPorte Invitational, the Blazers came in fifth with an aggregate of 337. At the sectional meet in Fort XVayne on May 14, the Blazer linksters qualified for the state meet by finishing in the first four out of 31 teams competing. Slum' and Troyka: pulling IH'llf'ffC6 Iflklzarfs 106lIgo1f ll'IllIIf flmrk mn lrfl lo Ilgfllj lax Imyka Bob Sllcntt Cnzvley, much .Klux Ifefll, ffronl maj Bull Slum Slew llfll Fhurk Conum Van Horn 1--W Lua' orrv ll H .Sl1'w' In' fix lu st 4 flu' proud Zl'!'IlIl'l'S of the Blazer CIIIIIIUHI, Varszly Club The Varsity Clluh, sponsoretl hy Nh: Silcott, i11tl111lt-s hogs who have won Illllllll' letters i11 high sthool zitlllctics. The puipost- ol tht- fluh is to clircct highest loyztltics to thc school, to 1'ec'og11i1t' the dignity ol' the best ellorts ol Zlllf' athlete i11 wl1z1tex'e1' sport l1t- 111:11 cuter. to t-11c'o111':1gc 11 clost-1' lcllowsliip z1111o11g players :incl to join i11 solving 1011111 lJI'OlJlCIll5. .fXls11, to 111z1i11t11i11 z111ml clcvclop ll l1igl1 Slilllflilfll ol t'iti1c11sl1ip :mtl school 111o1'g1lt'. 'l'l1ci'l11h sponsorecl "l'111'e11ts Night" at o11t' ol the loothull gillllCN, worlgctl on the tli111t' line, haul Varsity Cluh i11iti'1tio11 'tt XYillowclz1lt- l'z11'k Pz1x'ilio11. 11ml 7IlSUllll 1 111 1 C U Ji C l ll XX t1ts f 1 Kopp C lIlY l 71 VI ' ' . " ' ' ' . If Hr' r. ' ' .' ' 1 , 1 rl: 4' GAA I'Ire Girls rhitletic Xwicizttiritt was rngznrifetl to prmimtc atncl SlilIlllillIC clean sputuiiiztmliip, lrienclxhip, :tml grmtl health Itttbitx nl in nteinlners and uppmietits. l'nnler the tlirectiun ul Xliss Kenclzlll. CANT PLAY A SPURT BE UNE ANYWAY the clulm Urllsislx ul tllirty-two tnenrliers who tneet twice at week in the Xletliotlist Clliurch gym. liilis HHH' Iilt' QZIYC il fiill'iSlIllllS Illlflf' llllli loam Nizilqlrlnn, 1lIl'NifIl'IlI.' Nami-x' Iluilfllrln.2'i1'1'-jn1'xi1l1'i1l.' HIIYIIIIH donulml ll tlllrisunlh tree to the lnlclurllctl Childrclls f.1llkIIIX and llfnlrnr' llllkrx. wn1'l14i'1u.' f.m'11l1'f' ,lI'7lII, I1r'r1w11i1'r lenter. 'liter ulw haul their zninuztl lxultnin IUII. hatsketlmll :intl tennis UlUI'I!2illlClllS. with iteigirlmming wtiirmlx, :incl workt-tl un the Dilne Line. ln Huy the club ltelcl :tn Awztrcl Banu uct wh I CTC they presented letters and ziwzmls. They ztlw sent wverztl nit-inlmt-is to at xpring It-zulctxllip cgnnp. benefiting club plants lor next year. thus :In infmnml niwling of flu' li.-1,4 nwn1ln':,x People Make A School john Doyle and Judy Rodenck smg for courtesy Mrs johnson conduct dental mspectzon 104 Books arc lmportant but people make our school Ex ery day two thousand of us lush or amble through the routme of classes meetmgs and programs teachers, students 21dll1ll11SU'21tOTS uorkmg togethel ton ard one goal w1th good w Ill and fI'1CHdllllCSS llleasurmg for caps and gowns jane Lund quzst and Alf Harvey 0 0 O T ' , ' Q We feel that we have good school spirit at EHS: K , w v v Q l F 5' f Q .44 .Vnrilyn I"i.iclu'r, girllv social rlmirnmn: Jlr. Hmvcy, .sfmr1xor,' George .l!filI6'l'kfll1.'l'i!'l"'fI7'f"Xfdl'l1ff R055 Schneider, prexidffnt: Vonnie Reinoelzl, wrrelnry: lwlly Cummins, boys' .social clmzrnmn: Ann Riblei, lrcrzsurer: Miss Kendall, sponsor Our senior year, the year we had waited for, had Thg Qf finally arrived: the year that we were the leaders in various clubs, the year that we received the top honors in speech, music and athletics, the year that we were . to prepare lor our future lives. XYe realized that ThE Story of Our SCI'110f Year this would be the last time we would be in high school and pledged ourselves to do everything we could to make it the best year yet. At the beginning ol' the year, one senior from each homeroom IIICL to liorm the Senior lixecutive Council. They planned many ol' our activities working with Mr. Harvey and Miss Kendall. One ol' the Councils first projects was the choosing ol' the Class Play, "Medea", a Greek tragedy. Not long alter we had had our pictures taken, we were spending more money ordering name cards, and caps and gowns. XYhen the ollice sent us "appli- cations for graduation", we had to drop our nicknames and sign our lull names for our diplomas. Games this year took on a new meaning lor us: many ol' the senior boys were playing lor the last time: many ol' the girls were watching their last games or tourneys. This feeling showed in the unity A pose scan only on Saturdays A1 Ilirtlzday is bring cc'If'l1ra!rd in the cafctffrirz Cf I ETS Tgofr it -7' 1",.. Q99 KAN Q LL' . -3 , ff l ,wiv i - JQ4 LN I X x ' 311.-........ 5 . Q... . ikifl f- , "'o- fi - -5-,mn K 'TQ-fan . in ' , , T XXX-. , -'-C71-I--fir: 13 b ,,..,-- ag NN L. L? W -'KT' ' Y s in V Q 5' ' K ' It v L 5 N ' ' A ffl 4 . - 1 liclling :unix fm' Ihr' lolnrzry and enthusiasm ol our team support, On April 22 our class picnic was held. The theme was "T.V. Personalities". In May, attending the prom as guests ol the juniors was a real treat. There was no worrying about the decorations, tables, refreshments, or tickets. The theme was "Mystic Seang it was a beautiful affair. XYhat a feeling of pride we had when our Annual was published. YVe were now a part of the written history of li.H.S. in a book recording our year. At last our senior activities arrived: Senior Day, the .X.A.L'.TY. Tea, Baccalaureate, Senior Banquet, Commencement. XYe began thinking ol' all the things that we had participated in. Soon we would be leaving with our diplomas to go in many directions but we would never forget the three years we spent at Ii.H.S.hworking. playing. learning. Pep Club IIIl'HI,II'I'9 dwroralf' Ihr halls for .S'L'l'fl0?1llI5 107 RANDALL ADAMS SANDIE ADAMS SHARON ALLER PATRIKQIA K. ALT DAVID T. ANDERSON DOROTHY ANDERSON VIUANITA ANDERSON BARBARA AUSTIN DONALD AYREA LARRY BAKER SUE IXARTLETT DIANE BAUER CLASS OF '60 ERITS BEIIER GENE BEUER DONALD M. BELT IIARL BENANDER LION D, ISENTZ ROBERT I.. IIERGER BIRUTA ISERZINS ION BIRDSEY MARY Ii ISLAIIKWELL THOMAS BOARDMAN DEE ANN BOOKS HLENDON BONTRAGER JAMES P. BONTRAGER TOM BOROSH VATRICZIA A. BO AI J L LINDA I. BOWMAN CHARLES W. BOYLEN MARY L. BOZZUTO HARRY BRAC!! GERALD ISREMER DENNIS BRENNEMAN ,IERRY BRITTON ,IAMES R. BROWN ,IUIDITH BROWN TINI BRUGCDNER HEORILE BL'1IKLIfN LOLA BLYTKLANIW CLASS OF '60 LUCILLE MAE BURKEY BILLIE JO BURKS LINDA BURNHAM BARBARA A. KIALKINS LAWRENCE R. CALLAN DAVID CAPPPELLETTI PATRICIA A. CASEY IOAN CATAPANO BOB CTHAFFEE -. TOM CHANEY MICHEAL E. CHECKLY RONALD CHRIS GLORIA CITTADINE 109 TERRY K. KZLAUSEN LINDA ,IO COBLENTZ SHERRUN CZUHN ELAINE CONNER .IUHN T. CIUNNER JAMES COOKE LL'ANN CORNER MARY KAY CORNER WAYNE D. CORPE I.-XNI.I LII f,l'Lf'I'F LYNDA CIUY IIKAN CIUX CLASS GF '60 VICIKI COX DANIEL I. CIROSBIE SUE ANN CULP KELLY CIUMMINS MARIBETH DANIELS CHARLES DAVIS MARTIN RAY DAVIS STEPHEN KENT DAVIS SUSAN DAVIS VIRHINIA DAVIS LEONARD ILDARIU RICQHARD N. DLI-IAYS RILHARI1 E, DEIISER PAT DEISENRUTH TNI.-XRILYN D-U fer Mak PAUL I.. I7vINIIfYIfR RICIIARI7 I7IfI'UTY RIfIIIfffCfA I3IfTXYIfII.IfR LUREN If, ITIMKJS STIfI'I"IIfN DALE IJIXUN IVIIILINIJA IJLNNOYAN IJEANNA R. IMIXUIS DARLINE DUNMIRE BARRY DUVALL JERRY EAGON JAMES H. EARL WINNIE EARL LINDA EASH CATHY EASON MICHAEL R. EASTMAN JAMES A IVR CLASS CDF '60 JIM EGELER JUDIE KAY ELLIS ARLENE V. ELSASSER BARBARA EMMUNS MARY ANN ERWIN JACK H. EVANS JIM EVANS JAMES FAIR Rl 1811 WE ICNFIH 13 111 TED FAIRFIELD EDWARD E. FERGISON JUDY FESSENDEN JACQUELINE FIELDS JOAN FIELDS LINDA L. FIELDS MARILYN FISCHER JACK K. FOLTZ DENNIS FORBREGD MARY BETH FORNEY SUSAN ANN FOSTER RAY FRIESHUUR CLASS GF '60 SONJA FRISBY LARRY GALL PEGGY GASKILL THOMAS IQASPELIN THOMAS CAUME CIRETCHEN GEBBARD NANCY GLACE TIM GLASSBURN MARY IELUKIK .IUHN f?UERL:VIK DON GONSOSKI JERRY GONSLJSKI SANDRA GRAMES JOE IIRAN JAMES flRHI.IML'ND LINDA GROLIMUND DAVE f:Rowr:or:K HUB GUINA SALLY GUSTAFSUN HOB 1:Yf:l BARR HAHA MARY JANE HAGER SUSAN HARDY SUSAN HARRISON ANN HARTMAN PATSY IIARTMAN SANDY HARTMAN CAROLYN HARTZLER RIiIiIff1fiA HARVEY SANDRA HARVILL ,IAMES HASELXYUUD CLASS OF '60 DAVID HEATH STEPHEN HEIDER JENNY HEIST BRUCE HICKS REBECCA HICIKS RICHARD HIGH RONALD HILL ISUIS HELD DIXIE HERSHBERGER STEPHEN HIMEF LINDA HULIUERM.-XN BILL P. HOLL.-XR V.-XRULYN HOLTZINIQER NURM.-X HOOLEY HELEN HOUYER HELEN HURIN HAIL ELLEN HORN IRUNNIE HURNE MIKE HUWARI7 ROBERT.-X HUWARD PHIL HUWL.-XNII CLASS QF '60 ANNIZ HL'IlHIif KATHY HL'I.I. IIM HLIRLEY ,IICANNE HLWTER I'AL'I. IANIHRU TXIIKTIII-Xlil. I.-XX'A1,NII,Iw PI-.1 :HY EIU INIEUIHY V.-XXII"I..-X 5L'Ii EI.-XIQIQER .IANI4 Ii IANZARVK PATRI4 IA I.-XY PATRILI.-X .-X. ,IIZNKQ Il.-XRH.-XR.-X ,IUHNSUN 4HRISTINIi JOHNSON ,IIQIWITH ANN IUHNSUN IW M.-XXINE IUHNYI ,IL'I7Y H, .I1WIfI'H CAROL JUMP KATHY LYNNE KAMISS TERRY KASIQR ,IAMES IW, KEfiIiRRI'IS f,LIiTE KIQLLY RI! HARID KIfLLY J... Mx CIARULE KIfLVIiR BETH ANN KIZNIIALL PAT KIiNNIiIlY IARUL 9. KIIIDIIR KAREN KIIIIIFR CLASS CDF '60 LINDA KIDI3IiR PRISVILLA KIIJIDIER SANDI K. KIDDER GARY KILMIER mm? NORMIAN L. KIRCHNER KAREN sus KNIHHT MARALEE KRAYIIILL uuxru KRL'I'P LFE L.-xllvmxx' gum-rw: MICHAEL A. LANIBDIN SHARON E, LANKER CYNTHIA LANSCIHE JANET LARIMER BEVERLY LAIOUNT ROGER LEEIJY MITCZIIELI. LEHMAN LINDA K LENNOX AI.IfIIi LIIZQINARIH PAT LETOURNEAU NIARYIN S. LEYINSKY TOM A. LEWIS BILL LIYENGOOD RILHARI? LOCKXYOOI3 DARLICNE SUE LONEY NANCY LONEY CLASS CDF '60 LARRY LONG RUTH LUIJLOXK' JANE LUNDQUIST JOHN LUSHER KAREN LUSHER WM. R. MAIDLEM JOAN R. MAIER KARL Cl. IVIAIN DONALD MALCZOM VAROLYN J MARKLEY RUTII MARQUARIJT FRANK K. MARTIN JUDY MARTIN RON MARTIN XYENIHELL MARTIN N4 RICHARD MASSE BARBARA MATIIEXY NANCY MATHIAS RAY MAIAULEY PATRICIA McCLANE JAMES MQCLUCKIE MARY LOU Mffil JUDITH MQKIISBIN ,fe Z4,XL',,153F MARY MJIREARY JUDY MQDONOUGH JANET MQDOWELL TERRY A. M:FALL TERRY fi, MQFARLAND CLASS OF '60 MARY MIALAUKIHLIN HELEN L. MQMANUS GEORGE MQMEEKAN DALE IVIEDFORID JACK MELKUS MARVIN MELKUS JUDY MESSER KLAUS METSCIHER JAMES MIDDLETON OLA MIDDLETON CHARLOTTE MILLER CIORNELIUS MILLER DAVID MILLER PAT KAY MII.LER PEKGIQY D, MILLER RAY MILLER SANDY MILLER IZARASUE MINEGAR DORRIS MITCHELL MONTE MOORE MIKE MOYER DONALD MUIAILNIILICEL PAT MURRAY ANNE MYERS CLASS OF '60 PATTI MYERS SALLY MEYER TED MYERS CAROL NITKA SANDRA NUTTINKL PAUL NEEL CAROL ANN NEWMAN WAYNE V. NICCUM RUTH ANN NIECE ANNE OAKES I 18 LINIJA UKLITZ JAMES A. URT NANCY URT TIM UTT KIARULYN UVERMYER DIANA OWEN JOHN UXVEN ROBERT PANTON LEONARD PAOLETTI ROCICU PAPANDR J EA WAYNE PARISH JAMES S. PARKER JOHN IASTON PETER PEIZK NIARY LOU PEFFLEY PHILIP IIIJWARI3 PENN PAT PIITIT ,ik JUDY PLETCHER SALLY PULLARI7 JOY POTTER MARGARET PRIMAVERA CLASS OF '60 SALLY J. QUIER KENNETH RAATZ PAUL XY. RAMSEY NED A. REITI-I VERONICA REINUEHL VICTORIA REINUEHL PATRICIA REPLOGLE SL'Ii RAUSER HERBERT M, RIEIZYISS 119 SHARON K. REPLOGLE ANN RIBLET KARLEEN VI. RICHTER TERRY RIENDEAU ETHEL RINKER JAMES RITCHIE CHARLES ROBBINS TOKALEE ROBERTO GINGER ROBERTS DIANE ROBISUN ,IUDY RODERIIIK LOUIS RODINO CLASS OF ' 60 DENNIS ROSE REBECCA KAY ROSE GAYLE ROXYE GAYLORD RUSSELL ROBERT A. RUSSELL LUCY RUSSO PAT SANDERS FRANCES SARBER DOUGLAS SOUTER CHARLES SAVARY STEVE SAYRE LINDA SCHALLIOL DENNIS SCIHMIDT RUSS SCZHNEIDER MARY E. SCHOLFIELD RITA SI-IROCK NANCY SCHUSTER GAIL A. SCOTT DAVE SCOVILLE MARNA SECOUR DON SI-IANK GARY SH.-XUM PAT SHEMBERGER DAVID SHREINER SUSAN LYNNE SIMONS JOAN SINCILETUN DONNA SLACZK BRENDA SLAYTON EVELYN MARIE SLOAT WILLIAM A, SMITH ,IANICE SMITH TED E. SMITH, IR. TED M, SMITH. JANE SMOKER KATHY SOLI DAVE SOUTHALL LARRY L. STAUB TERRY D. STAUFFER CLASS OF '60 LARRY SNYDER ,IENNIE ANNE SULI STAN STEELE JOAN STEMM DAVE STENBERG VICLKIE STEVENS WAYNE E. STOLL PAT STOWE MEL STRATMEYER ROGER STREETER SUSAN STUCKMAN ,IUHN FTL'LL JERRY STUMI' SLTSAN STUTSMAN CLASS OF '60 IO ANN SUMMERS TUM SURFACE PHIL SWARTZELL RICHARD TALISERT YI TEMPLETUN CYNTHIA TEMPLIN DIANE TERLEI' SARA THUMAS VHYLLIS TUTII LINDA ANN TRACY PATTI TRIKIG ALLEN TRUL'T MARY TRUYATORE VARULE L. TROYER JAY XV. TROYKA M. Em A PAT TRUAX FAITH TRUEX ,IACOUE TSCHABOLD GEORGE TSCHUIVIAKOWV ALICE TURNER .TACK TURNOCK MARCTIA ANN TIYYFL CHARLEY UMBARGER THOMAS VANDEGRIFT SHARON K. VanDUSEN LANA VARDAMAN PHIL VETTER ...I CLASS OF '60 I I I y I - L I ' A A I DAN E. WAGNER PATTI wAc:c,:oNER TOM WALERKO FRANK WALKER IJARY KRUE WALKER JEAN XYALLIN WILLIAM XVALTER DOUGLAS L. WEAVER PATRICIA A. WARFEL MICHAEL A. WARGON BONNIE WATERMAN DOUGLAS L. WEAVER JOHN WEAVER PHIL WEAVER YICKIE ANN WEAVER SALLY K. XYENIIER LARRY XYENTZ GENE XVENTZEL TOM WESTLAKE KATHERINE WIESNER TRACY LEE WILHELM LARRY WILLEY A .I WILLIAMS DOROTHY WILLIAMS MOYESE WILLIAMS CLASS OF '60 CAROL ANN WILSON NANCY SUE WILSON SHIRLEY WILSON MICHELE XYILLIAMS 124 ROY XYILTROUT lmN WINDSOR ERNEST WISE JIM WISE IIILL WISEMAN PAT WOODWARD IJAYIIJ ZANOLAR .ION A. ZELLMER LEE ZEMANFK CAROL ANN ZIMMERLE SHARON S ZINN The Senior lixecutive Council was lorlned to plan many of our activities and to make the major decisions ol' the class. The Council consisted of a representative from each senior homeroonl and proved to he a means ol' co-ordination between the class Q P l -an--m Klaus Iellx HOIlIf'I'IJtJlII 334 about fit'I'II1U7lJ4 fllr. Hawey cIlllII'!'XSE'K Ilia' St'I1lUl' EYf'f1l1ii'P' Council officers, the sponsors and the class. Meeting with the sponsors, the Council chose announcements, nominated class officers, planned the Senior Day program, picked caps and gowns, and lornled committees lor the Class Play. fifllllllflfl-IIQ but not pffllzietli Lewis .Iohn Borosh. Robert Bailey. Patricia Brown. Stephen Clhilcote. Donald Clliristy. lieth Dalrymple. David Haas. Ruth Heiliger, David li. jenkins. Arthur johnson, Dan johnson. Barbara uluday. Vance Keller. .Xrlene Kidder. .Iudith I.eers. George I.ut1, Klint Lytell. lieth .Xnn Newman. Linda Lee Phoehus, Rayburn Poll. Ralph Price, Stephen Refutko, Myron Rose, Nlary Ann Slayton, -lanice Smith. Richard Stainatorich, Charlotte XX'ard. Nlary XX'illiains. Nlithele lvllllllllls, Nlil-te Yountc. and .Ion l.ou Zlllllelllll. lJ1i!'flU'f'cf but not KQHIFIIIIUI-ll.QI l.:n'ry Baker. Tom Chaney. -lean Cox. Paul Dt-Nleyer. Bruce Hicks, Kludy Nlesser. Pat Nlurray, Paul Neel, -Ianies Ritchie. 'led E. Smith. Alr.. Pat Truax, .Iacque Tschabold, Daniel XYagner. Michael XYargon, Ernest XYise, Bill XYiseinan, David Zanolar. Klaus Metscher fexchange student lrom Gerinanyp. 125 THE CLASS OF 1961 On Septeniher 8, we canle back to EHS with great expectations lor rnanv activities scheduled lor this vear. Now the sophs look up to us, and the seniors began to act as il we were fit to associate with: the class ol' 'lil really rated. For our sponsors, we chose Mr. Bell and Mr. Stan Rohrer to help us plan our class activities lor the morning vear. lfor our ollicers we chose the lollowing: president, Dave Erne: vice president. Phil Overg secretarv, llarolvn Gustafson: treasurer, Aludv Sorg: girls' social chairlnan. Nancy Keech: and bovs' social chairman. Alohn Peckhaln. On October lf, we gave our klunior lfollies, "'l'l1ose XYonderl'ul Years", which was a great success. And then on April 8, we presented our junior class play, "Our Night Out", which was also a great hit. thanks to Mr. Bussard. On May H, the biggest social event ol' the year was held at the North Side Gym, the -lunior-Senior Prom. The decorations were in keeping with the theme, Mystic Sea. He feel that our proni, was a fine tribute to the departing seniors. Before we knew it, the rest ol' the year had passed in a llash ol' hurried activities. Now we are able to look hack to our junior year as a very special and happy part ol' our lile in the halls ol' EHS. V Q... .-in .-Ir! from Ihr' Follies -s lr. f.'ln.x.t oflirelit-fnrf'xi11'cnt, Dave Ifrnr: vice '1n'r'sir1r'n!, Phil Oyer x1'r'r1'lrn'v, Curulvn lizzxlrzfwrzf fI'l'IlX1lI'I'l', Indy .Sorgq girls' social Illlliflilllll. Nrnzcv K1'f'r'lli lmyv' .social rlzuirnzau. Irrlin Pf'l'k,IIllIl M - Nici l'li.v. lie' low. 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Spade IH ' w: B. X ' ' 1 N. . 1 ' 3 T. . "3 C. ' 3 E. . ': C. Ro ' 7: T. I ' '3 '. - P ' f - G - il. f ' ..: '. . 1 . S - f: j. I.: D R 11' .' ..' '1 5 Z . f '2 - 5 3 G, .' " 3 . 1 ' - . I. QT, tl ' V A- A Y ' nz' : . 5 . j. 1 . scsi V 5- ' .- Q 52:52 i fi? .S0f1lIUII1UI'l' rims officers . . . jlraviclcril, Sieve Bock: vice president, Rirlmrrf Iizlllzlrrl: .xf'crz'lurv. k,I'IlHlIfH1' l.ursm1: girls' .social chairnmn, Marv Pwnrlill: bovx' social rlmirmrm. .Veil Scllrzinffw Tl-IE CLASS GF 1962 lve entered lilkhart Senior High School in the fall of 1959, feeling nervous, confused, and excited. However, we settled down within a few weeks and began a vear of hard work and play. After a while we began to feel a part of the school because we now could attend the high school dances after the games, the pep sessions, the clubs of our choice. and other school activities. Later in the fall we held our hrst class elections, in which we chose our class oflcers and class sponsors. He elected these people to be our class officers: president, Steve Bock: vice president, Richard Ballardg secretary, Jeannine I.arseng treasurer, Leisa Cornikg girls' social chairman. Marv Pendillg and bovs' social chairman. Neil Schnieder. lfor our class sponsors, we chose Miss jones and Mr. lrover. During the following months, we were kept busv with school activities, work and games. He had speakers come and talk to us about our plans concerning jobs and college. Our homeroom programs kept us informed. One of the biggest events of the rear was our class party which was held on May lil, it was a lot of fun and a huge success. XYhen we ordered our class rings in the spring, we felt that we really belonged at Elkhart High School. 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I J - ....,..............1.1a...1............. 193 1' .............................v................................................ 183 ' . ..,....,........,..,.....,...,.......................................... 179 BEST WISHES PUB THE EL!-ISS UF fill ROSS SCHNEIDER GEORGE McMEEKAN Presldenf Vice Presldenf we jf VERONICA REINOEHL ANN RIBLET Secrefa y Treasurer KELLY CUMMINS MARILYN FISHER Boys Social Chalrm Girls Social Chairm Il. 5. S TUIJI ST IIIII SHULTZ INSURANCE AGENCY my WWE YOUR dp: J I AGENT THE li "W Q AGENCIES SHULTZ REALTY COMPANY INC COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE O PIERRE MORAIN VILLAGE O SOUTHDALE AIND NEW 0 GREEINLEAF MANOR HARRY SHULTZ KEITH HOLM S OGER MITCH LL CARTER CATON Olflfl' 2I"50lfLd, QPULCQ g8lfLCL8:5 S Tlurd St Phone ,IA 3 5118 880' Y KENNETH SHULTZ ROBERT SKILLEN CALVIN WALDRON AUL KOEHLER 150 ELHHART ELRHART ELRHART ELHHART ELHHART ELKHART ELKHART ELKHART CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA CAMERA CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER for all famous brands in all price ranges for the friendliest atmosphere for 48 hour KODAK processing on all KODAK slide film -for 48-hour KODAK processing on KODAK movie film -for the sharpest, cleanest black-and-white finishing -for rentals, of all types at low prices -for the latest and on easy terms, if desired -big enough to serve you, small enough to appreciate it. ELHHART CAMERA CENTER 513 S. MAIN fAcross from Miller State Theater, Next to Style Shop, .i , Y ,..iuii'1,.4 -. -Y ,,, 1 l -i-- - ..:IT gnl .VQV COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE ""t ,"' :I s"" " ' " ' ' -t" I-wwf .....-- .. " iQfii2?E f fE' 1 ---w v-- ---v "'EEE" t..,f " "". A I E R 219 . ' . -- - mu" 2:::21::::2:::::1:1:,:1:1-'-A- --,:-A,:':.:1:-:.::1-- "' - E 1 31 1 .. . f . ft " i " V,,.- 555255 ,igzifii l ei f is ""' "E i ' 1 "" N Y P P7232 9 LUCK 6012, nf,thQ, TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY INC Wash you The 1960 Gradua+es Lols of Luck BUT More +l1an luck lS needed +o llve a wor+l1wl1lle and sahsfymg life You ve fraveled +l'ue road whlch has given you 12 years of formal educahon Whal lles ahead? College? On +l1e 'ob +ramlng Mnllfary Service? Whalever your course sfrlve 'ro +l1e very bes'r of your abiIi+y . . . NEVER TRUST JUST TO LUCK! THE ELKHART TRUTH WTRC AMIFM WSJV CHANNEL 28 .V ztyz ...1 llll X ,,.. T .IIA D G R D ATES aa e la4aaa,e Q and, O I 1 0 C0r1graIulaIz'0r15 I0 the Class 0 ll6OYf OW ERS DISCOUNT CORPORATIO ELKI-I RT Auto Finance Insurance Loans THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT TOMORROW These happy E. U. students can afford to be optimistic about their future. Wouldn't you if you had all this? FREE LIFETIME PLACEMENT service wherever you go-whenever you need it. REGISTRATION and CERTIFICATION by leading professional organizations. DIPLOMA PRESTIGE and employer recognition anywhere in the country. SPECIALIZATION with its benefits of job security and consistently higher incomes. UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITIES in rapidly expanding fields where there is already a critical shortage of trained personnel. PERSONAL SATISFACTION that comes from doing work that contributes to the health and happiness of your fellow beings. SUPERIOR TRAINING that equips you to equal and surpass job competitors. LIFETIME REFRESHER and counseling serviceg you can return to E. U. free of charge to brush up and keep abreast of the latest techniques and developments in your fields. Vocational and problem counseling. UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL TECHNIQUE ESTABLISHED I882 EIkharI's own nationally known School of Professional Specialization Courses MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN DENTAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN MEDICAL ASSISTANTXX-RAY TECHNICIAN MEDICAL SECRETARY DENTAL NURSE Our gd llflfalaeo fo fine Qmduafw M1960 The LIJHEN H RUSSELL AGENCY Inu: ' 7 Insurance nf all kinds AIN ' EGER MCULDING CO. Custom Made Wood Moulding R R 5 HEATON LAKE RO D ELKHART INDIANA PHONE 3 0169 Une of Indlanas Largest Selections of CHINA CRYSTAL SILVER gimme! INDIANAS med JEWELERS GOSHEN ELKHART 154 . . A O l Joan Fields, Janef McDowell inspecf our fine line of silver , nvc 1 f?-74 i x 0 gf M6496 M66 U! Mo 1960 HUFF 5 PHARMACY f C f MAHTIN5 SUPEHMAHHET 5' J Cl' I9 A Complete Line of Quezlily Lumber and Buz'la'z'f1g Sulvlzvlies SHREINER PARMATER LUMBER CO. INC. C'ongratulat1vnA and Kat W1AlaeA to the CIMA of 60 CJJSERO SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS I 3051 HAMMOND AVENUE 1 104 HICKORY STREET ELKHARI, INDIANA When It comes to food youll frnd everything you need to help buhres grow to senrors at your Wrlt Super Markets SERVING Nl -' EASY SHOPPING PLACE 1221 SO MAIN STREET PRAIRIE AND LUSHER Anne Myers and her moiher, wise shoppers, checking ouf af Wilfs o 1 o 0 o 0 o c o o 1 2 UDOO I is- pleasure fir C011 grzzlulalzbm to the Senzbrs of '60 MkK H6065 Kl0TIlES 8 B001' SIIIIP R TQMQRRQW S HQMEMAKERS ARE LEARNING GAS CQOKS BETTER EASTER CDSTS LESS GAS COMPANY Norm-lean INDIANA rusuc SERVICE co 158 a e eene's h d f your cloth' d f d - now, and ' h For Quality at h ' h P ' Dick Talberf, a Keene cusiomer I A W L. 'VI ,'Y, ,A I .S I U ' 2-I V . O O C 0 AQ, C QI xx , , ' . 0 0 0 A ' sf' o 0 o IL ' . . . Carolyn Harhler, Linda Fields WITH El.Kl'lAR'l'. . . played a major part ln our phenomenal growth over the years To these people belongs the credxt And Wlth thelr help and guidance we shall contlnue to dehver a superlor product at a falr prlce thereby creatlng more Jobs for more people ln an ever expandlng Elkhart economy cclafzdaaa HOMES CORPORATION ELKHART. INDIANA RICHARDSON I-IAS GROIRIN Many of your friends and neighbors have 0 EUPPEE BURNER E4 HUUH FUUU SEHVIEE Exljellent banquet famlltles for partles m private mums HOTEL ELHHAHT 5.0JlU,LCQ, Pima, Pfzudefm, lE'l"l'ERPRESS 81 OFFSET C C Fine Commercial Printing Since 1927 160 O WSAES lo the Clan of 1960 Excel. CORPORATION COUNTRY CLUB LANES BOWL FOR HEALTH OIWLIQ U'i'l2I'lf5 0 ELKHART CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION FIRST NATIONAL BANK ST. JOSEPH VALLEY BANK FIRST OLD STATE BANK Members of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ELKHART, INDIANA 1 6 2 UPEN AT UNE U'LLUEIfi UAILY SUU EUUNTRY CLUB UHIVE urwiah or' Uma Clafvi ofoo M Schol h p W a All l s I 59 o o 9 iyV R 1 Dbbf o W T WI lJdy uyGldb yadDo ch The uture 25 yours, may zt serve you well' .v 36? Man of the Future, what shall he The llfe ofE.11th that you sh ull see What strange new facts the ye us xxlll shoxxi' What wonders une your eyes shall Lnoxx 9 To what new realms of marvel, Sly Wlll conquerlng sclence xx ll Its xx lyg Alka Seltzer WI Cox Bennet! "'2f. Mules Laboratories Inc Elkhart, Indiana Makers of fine qualify producfs Alka Selfzerfg Bachnes One A Dayg lBrandl Vntamms MIIBSQ Nervme l l ills urs i inner: nd erna Q , 9 Front row, I. I r.: Car I Brid es, Bef ance, onda Keller, Sieve Harrison, F od i er and Richard VanDerKarr Bock row, I. I r.: illiam Bontrager, om Evans, i liam Reber s, u Eger, J d o s err rx i ne Fis er Q . , O I Q ,"V .X ' .. ,. tx Y I Q ' ' z ' ' ' '. , Q , . . , , . , , Q ' I 3 ' gl j g i 4 , Qx X ,- -a Q '2 ' ' 'Z '. .X-.. Y Y " if I Iiam x ,err 41 -,,, I 7" O Q I 0 - . . . - - . . . . . The Rapp Company of Elkhart We Ouzfl the Fdmlbl 409 SOUTH MAIN STREET ELKHART INDIANA drake's 111 Easy Shopplng Place OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 SATURDAY UNTIL 6 164 7 ,Y Z X n Cynthia Templin and Sue Rauser modeling our spor+swear 5 . IT DOESN'T COST-IT PAYS T0 PAINT ELPACO f PACO f PAINT x 0 VERY 7 X I X MANUFACTURED IN ELKHART S0lD THE COUNTRY OVER A c pl f 1 f THE rlufsr READY T0 PAINT FURNITURE 165 x I I I I I f 'YQ :? f 1 Q A- i. X I S -' I M F as 1 Z PAINTING NEED X I'MEIfI5T.,'3fiEfI.,.M5222: X X I Il ll om e e ine o UUNUHATULATIUNS TU THE ULASS U U UUNUHATULATIUNS ULA5SI1FlUEU SUUTH SIDE PLATINU World Famous V Q l Carry Out A P 4 4 6 7 7 ALIAN SANDWICHES and SPACHETTl hopping Place Phone 4-0 n 9. A.M. to 12 Midnight Mon. thru . 9 A.M. to l A.M.-Sun. 4 P.M. to 12 Plenty of Free Parking Always fhere's a r why AMERICNS FOREMDSI mobilehome manufacturers ffA,f,"""1" P f P fly I 4 fh b b I1 d 'lap use nothing but the Best YOU GET GUARANTEED OUAIITY FROM TOP TO BOTTOM X- ALWAYS SPECI F Y G UYCO ROOF S --'E' AND 4147" i RIBLET FRAMES be sure your next coach has o GUYCO ROOF ond a RIBLET CHASSIS INSURANCE RIBLET PRODUCTS COMPANY + , th y q 1125 No th Nappanee Si' Elkha 'I' Ind ana 5 T I pho e COngress 4 3171 Branch PI 1' Newto Kons s O I a C lu bus G Hurl y Ws . r' e . O 0 I rj T Xia. '4 I 1 i W lest p oof f Oh sf ngtll and qualfy f Ribl "tub o 'I' tion" 'F am s th that u I'fy I1 r ., r, i f P4fl"Hy 8 E ll ' CII Si ll, co o, FI . O II1 , C. e . i . llsdlk SPORT SPECIALISTS FOR 39 YEARS A ERMANS Cfwolk Compliments af ELKHART FOUNDRY an MACHINE COMPANY INC 218 S ELKHART AVE PHONE .IA 21765 168 L H T' H L Y T E -1 XL 123 souru MAIN stun-31 George McMeekan, Tennis Capfain ANDY I , O or rllrllfrllrra EUHEIVIUST IN EASI-IIUNS HUIVIE UE THE URISINAL SWEATER ELUB E I N lfl E Il E L L A Where the Smart Grrls Shop EINUEIIELLA Youre always Welcome Eome III and lool-1 around EINUEHELLA 421 SU MAIN ELHHAHT IDS SU MAIN IVIISHAWAHA ll I1 Caroln "Gus" Gusiafson, E.H.S. Cheerleader CDNGRATULATICDNS CLASS GF 1960 WIIIIDY and IRIIAAS SNACK BAR MACHINE SPECIALTIES INC ir ir ir C 9 Comlagmen fri of , . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii? Qlfbglfft flft fd fL0lfLfJ f f Q QlfLL0lf'6 itttttttttttttttttktttttiitttt JAR MACrIIN- INC UA Q'gl' I COMPLETE RUNNING GEAR POR TI-IE TRAILER COACH INDUSTRY assembled preczszon adjusted and Iubrzcated ready for mstallatzon Manufacturers of Dexter Boat Trallers and DCXEIHUIIC Automatlc Traller Brakmg Systems LIGGETT SUPPLY Gm EQUIPMENT CQ 2030 so MAIN ST ELKHART INDIANA 0l'Lgl"6ltlft!6ltL0l'Z,:5 fo A 8 BVLLOPJ me 'root co KEY IACII KEY MACHINE 'l'00l C0 2820 W FRANKLIN ST ELKHART INDIANA 172 Qur Szhcere C0f1gmIuf4zlzbr15 and B651 VV2Qvf1e5 lo Ike Clam 0 60 THE ADAMS 81 WESTLAKE COMPANY fi 1025 N. MICHIGAN STREET 173 Uur Best Wzfhey I0 the Class 0 1960 MACHINE TOOLS X Concgralzzlalzons 10 the Clays 0 Szxg Judd Druqs IN ELKHART IOO7 W FRANKLIN 817 SO MAIN 707 BOWER Cos,HLN WARSAW HI Wm as WESF 102 V CFINTER COSHEN SHOPPING CI NT ER dad ERNEST- HOLDEMANQ COLLET' 'NCL . f . I 'I Q L from J I 0 C' I I 0 I IN 'J I ' I 1. 1 ' 1 A " 1 - 4 R Durlng the Summer Months VISIK Hubbard 1-1111 Museum S W from the center of Elkhart Adults 50 cents Under f1fteen 25 cents A remlnder of the Good Qld Days on State Road 19, just 4 miles C f ff Cf fmo INDUSTRIAL LAMP CUHP gf ffl,C' K M KIEFER 8. SON INC ongra on cz iam fo me Q55 0 lil 7 6071, rafu afionfi 0 e fadfi of 60 0 0 I 0 ASSOPOLIS Q ELKHAR Qur Szhcere Cj0f1glZlfLll6Zflbl15 Ana' Best VW3f1e5 To The Clays of 50 HKHART GRAVEL CDRPORATION J CECIL XVARD CIAYTON CRISMAN JOHN LITKE U VEl wlih ALKI THERM A NAME YOU LL WANT T0 REMEMBER' GREATEST PAINT SENSATION IN 50 YEARS' Easy to use wrth brush or roller One coat COVCFS-CITIES qulckly Use on any surface won t chlp Odorless type pamt anytlme Rlch velvety washable fimsh Economncal-costs less per job Wlde range of colors GARBERS INC 224 SO MAIN STREET ELKHART yM SI' ph 0 l'VL6l ffel' OW g0lfl, Lgbtfe lfl,l'LL0l"f5 l90Ll'Lf f 8 WEL fo STEPHENSUN5 TEPHENSIIN I 0 - ' . 0 ' ' . Q - I I , 0 - ' ' . . I , I . . I I . 0 ' . , I T2 A 7 Q SIZ S FOR RS...5f 15 'I 9 ,J I ' 211 I ear aIhias,ina e enson frock If sfarfed, in 1904 when Samuel Sfrong was Ellzbarzvs Higlo School, as Small Two' Front, Two' Story Store , , named ZIESEL BRQTHERS Now in a Modern Department Store . . . of 3 Store Fronts, with Four Floors plus a Second Floor Annex and the Entire Building at rear with causeway over the Alley! Ziesel's sfarfed serving flae eoinnznnify wifb Ibis guiding principle, "You must be Safisfiedv! As class affer class graduated from E.H.S. Ziesel's foo, continued fo look forward . . . fo expand in order to beffer serve flae ever growing needs of fbe community. Today, as always, wifb every purchase nSdfiSfdCfi0l1 is the most im porfanf fbing we sell "! this Modern Age of 1960 it looks like this 23425 C2 if, 353 X When you Kay Calvert Coal and Ui! you My the 6eAt CALVERT COAL AND OIL COMPANY 901 LAFAYETTE PHONE .IA 2 0794 WHITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY ELKHART INDIANA M f I ROAD AND CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY I if Of xxx K . I UHU U fs 0 May you have happy motoring through lzfe. . Elkhart Auto Dealers ASSOCIQUIOU . John Conner, Sherron Cohn, Sue Rauser, Dick Depuiy IOwnerl , I . - - BALL SERVICE INC DODGE PLYMOUTH VERNON M BALL INC DeSOTO PLYMOUTH VAN HORN MOTOR SALES FORD VALLEY PONTIAC CO PONTIAC BILL ELSEY MOTORS INC OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC ENYART BATTJES CHEVROLET INC CHEVROLET NC WECKEL KRAL LINCOLN MERCURY CO LINCOLN MERCURY LOCHMANDY BUICK SALES INC BUICK gfff Qfgt xA jf CONTINENTAL CAN COMPANY INC Best Wlshes for the Class of 1960 P f CTS CORPORATION QW, lf'6L UL 01, 50145 6LlfL 85 IVMIIAQ5 Alf' 2 lfL lfLlf'8 O I 0 ELKHART PLANT BOXBOARD AND FOLDING CARTON DIVISION O COIN Afflelltff 0 1142 W. BEARDSLEY AVENUE CCDNGRATULATIQNS T0 TI-IE CLASS OF 1960 Meet you cz! Kresggs Main at Franklin Good luclr to the Graduates MARTIN S FEED STORE and PET SHOP T16 w JAcKsoN 183 1 Our founfain awaifs you , ',. '. JL. . .-.'.K.'v',k.k. :ig ,, , . Q-, 1 T W Ron Null, Sally Pollard, Jeff Drummond I Compliments SCHULT WAREHOUSE-SALES, DISTRIBUTORS 1800 SOUTH MAIN ST E KHA T NDA A Dlvlslon of .fclrult Corporation good Zack As you cross the budge Between your school days And the future Mlller Steel and Supply Co Inc Elkhart lndrana 184 QJXQQ Elkhart Bridge and Iron Co. and C'ompl1mentA of FEDERAL PRESS C0 I0 METAL FORMING CORP Manufacturers 0pen Back Inclinuble Punrlr Presses C0711 AI'l'lQl'lfZf of I 185 CUNGRATIIIATIONS T0 THE CLASS 0l-' Maury A Nato Sala Inc MUSIEST FUR YOUR 0lD CAR GUARANTEED USED CARS COI'lgI"6L ilflfa iL0l'l6 Kfaaa of 1960 RADER'S HEATING AND SHEET METAL 2110 W. FRANKLIN I '6 0 , I 'T 5 - A. ,, -,,4.,-,..- . EQ. I ' C f A 2-9665 O ' 1 8 6 EUNGHATULATIIJNS In Class nf BU 1840 .IUHNSIIN ST ELHHAHT INDIANA CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 60 MYERS MEN'S WEAR 187 7 , D A K A M- f ' -V 1r-.,,,,- MLA. K 7- YOUR MOBILE HOME ALL READY FOR YOU I ' I I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 60 FROM 6 Elkharts Largest Exclusive Store S For Young Men And Men Who Wlsh EXCLUSIVE HOME OF SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES EXCLUSIVE HASPEL WASH 81 WEAR SUITS EXCLUSIVE BOTANY 500 SUITS EXCLUSIVE DAKS SLACKS EXCLUSIVE PALM BEACH SUITS We also carry EIIcharI' s Fmesi' Haberdashery Dobb Hafs McGregor Spor+ Shnr+s and Spor+swear Arrow Dress Sh:r+s Nun Bush Shoes Eclgerion Shoes Cooper Underwear Slacks by Bo'I'any Socle'ry Brand Palm Beach and Coun+ry Club Pafazmr f z'z4.s':m4z I 411 0F VM? .fnzz ! .swcwfaf Q I f I Q9 wiv' ' Q5 ti SWG To Stay Young. I l F03 B I. PEHHY 5 Ill! STUHE5 315 5 Maln Street a d 129 Easy Shnppl q Place UPEN DAILY Hllll Hllll YA if ffl, WL If ff if fi RICHARD B. MATZHE BEST WISHES to the Class of u6O" The New m mncm HONING NUICIIIN SUPERIOR HONE CORPORATION I ELKIIART, INDIANA 90 Nnqi bool' Wil Upen I you ifnvcle Hard fnou In ELNHHRT PATTERN WORKS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 60 THE MENS STORE OF THE SIXTIES 324 SO MAIN ST Elkhart s largest store for men HART SCHAFFNER 8. MARY CLOTHES ARROW SHIRTS DOBBS HATS BOSTOINIAN SHOES INTERWOVEN SOCKS M GREGOR SPORTSWEAR HICKOK BELTS WEMBLEY TIES DOINEGAL SPORT SHIRT AFTER SIX TLYEDOS . . . N I I I , Home of . . . ,, I , 9 T 7 K H C Jim Siewarf, Don Pletclxer Y i ' ' choosing sporfswear in fhe midsi' of our remodeling , S 0 - I I. I FOR BEST PAINTING RESULTS EMPLOY A RELIABLE PAINTER Consult THE PAINT POT USE MOORE PAINT hir nom: "Mr wnunms 208 W Jackson Always Plenty ol Parkmg Dual .IA 2 0499 EIKHART AMUSEMENT CORPORATION OPERATING ELCO ORPHEUM 0116 Of the PGV Theatres Equrpped wrth Extra W1de Screen Completely Equrpped to Brlng You True an Clnemascope and Hrgh Erdelrty RCA Hlgh F1d911fY MEIQUCUC SOUUCI Sfef9OPh0n1C Svund Monday thru Erxday Open 6 30 P M Open Darly 1 00 PM Saturday?5Sunday Open I OO P M THE FINEST TI-IEATRES IN NORTHERN INDIANA SHOWING THE BEST IN MOVIE ENTERTAINMFNT l92 . ' I." j ,ff . I 4 ' BEST WISHES . ' ' d Congratulations to Class 0 '60 YQDER READY MIXED CONCRETE 901 NAPPANEE PHONE CO 4 5440 MAY YOUR ROAD THROUGH LIFE BE SMOOTH YODER ASPHALT CO INC 901 N NAPPANEE PHONE CO 4 6295 193 T0 Y0llR FUTURE IN THE SUARING 60s Best Wishes from Burnstlncfs funn 1904 7060 gww 1494 time l?20 acre 'M' 'W Zo 1960 Space ffge Wfh 56y 1 OU dy + g gS FAMQUS NAME APPLIANCES Home mrnovsmsms AUTO ACCESSORIES TELEVISION GARDEN SUPPLIES Tovs a alcYcLeS BRANDS IN PHONOGRAPHS Tunes BATTERI GLASS a Mmnon Complzmenls 0 Clif-9916 Elkhart Brass Mfg. Co., Inc. 194 I 0 0 H ' fm 5 , f"4fH nd A V 2 . A W ? 5 i over ears of Service in Elkhar and Surrounding communiiies . . . we now hope +o con- hnue our fine service fo Y an our fufure 'families hrou h fhe Soarin pace Age. ES CGNC-RATULATIONS CLASS OF 60 DYGERTS TRIM G. BODY Lncere y CORE S CLEANERS AND EMPLOYEES I 1 . JACKSON ELKHART IN C 11-"11"'-"-11'-'T I , a I I --..-..-..--...-..-..I 195 Elkhart lumber a d Sawmill Gu. Inc. MANUFACTURERS WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS OF HARD AND SOFTWOOD LUMBER VISIT OUR HOME PLANNING AND REMODELING CENTER EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD ELKHART INDIANA CO 4 1191 0I'l'll0 Lnlelifff 0 S KEGERREIS SUPPLY INC Cutting Tools Industrial Supplies Furtory Equipment 510 516 SO 2nd STREET JA 31740 ELKHART AT 75420 SOUTH BEND 196 Ph - co o I o , 1 sw Bock INDUSTRIES mc. 0 S N PPANEE ST. PHONE JA MOBILE HOME FRRCX1 ELIIHIIRTTTIELDING a Balm: wumcs, mc. CUSTOM WELDING 81 FORMING COMPLETE FRONT-END SERVICE BOILER SALES 8L SERVICE 213 S MAIN ST PHONE JA IHIVE5 IIIIIVE INN 1548 CASSOPOLIS STREET PHONE CO 4 6404 lt s the Style Slmp for better things ln Fashion Featuring Nationally Famous lanlor Apparel SPORTSWEAR SWEATERS C NTRY E ou S T WONRAMERE wN'0R'TE seam-:Ano ALTMAN JUNIOR AGE ACCESSORIES PHIL ROSE CATAUNA VANITY FAIR JACK WINTER MACSHORE DRESSES MR MORT ELOISE CURTIS JUNIOR ACCENT SUE BRETT HELEN WHITING MARIE PHILLIPS 515 SOUTH MAIN ST 5 I CHARGE ACCOUNTS 198 Such popularity must be deserved! 9 I 0 0 0 , O O O O 0 0 0 ZMARPE 5 t Q"0gl"8:5.'5Ll!8 jlfLl'l'LLflfl,I"8 EOPQ FEATURING COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Brenlwnnd Furniture SEE YOUR HOME FURNISHINGS GROUPED AND DISPLAYED AS YOU WOULD IN YOUR OWN HOME Ihslt Our Room Displays You Are Always Cordlally Welcome 0l'l'Ll9 U'l'lel'l tif 0 WH Y 5 IEE IIIIEIIIVI FIND THEIR MANY DEALERS I 199 9 I O West I Mile EIIcI'1arI Phone .IA 238OI , C0r1grzzlulazIz'0f1s I0 Ike Class 0 1950 HARTZLER GUTERMUTH CHARLES WALLEY WESTBRGQK WHITE WM STEMM FUNERAL HCMES Biltmore Studio Herring Studio R S Sutula Studio Tom Toy Studio ELKHART PHOTCDC-RAPHERS ASSOCIATICDN 200 f COHQIQAHQQFL L4 of CUSTCJM BOOTH MANUFACTURING CGRP J.,...,.. N'-f 6 332 'W Xxx Jr V 1 ' l A, ,KY , E T' if f-2 LQ f -' f XX J f-"xi f f for an mvltlng famlly room HABI TANT COUNTRY ALMANAC See these Early Amerlcan knotty pme deslgns that have a casual, open hearted alr and frlendlv charm Choose the p eces yo ant from our new Country Almanac Group by Hab tant and transform your fam ly oo You ll get last ng wear be ause e ery p ece s of top q al ty gi Vqgis Northern Knotty Wh te P ne I st ng b auty because the 'sl-sc, ruggedly s mple des gns II hold the r cha m stay -ggL gif n good ta te Cho of honey bronze Smokey P ne or J BJ fz, a tqued Pepperm ll B o n 'F n sh Country Almanac s ope stock We ha e p eces for I ng room 92 d n ng room bed oom yo th s oom ga es roo a cl den o e see C P 1 Norlfzern Incfzana 5 DINETTE FURNITURE " 4 Largest Selection -Q., C all S ,, J X ff 201 513 ,I fin-ll: ' s.4'- W-fi? QL N - r 1 Y, , Z , -ff' .f" D! F s E .Z V .- nw! .TXS .Q I nf -7,52 ff" V -' l' W 'L' ' V. xgxki - Q P - ii 1 Xsx 5 -f ' ' 1 4 I If J '- e , "f Q gf 'T .J sig " f 'IJ ,- ' 'X , 1 Q .9 -f ,. - . f ' lr .3 ill Z T -! lr f X , 'X A 7 I H C I. la: . A N, E -M N ' X! -0, .7 '37 I L ' I e 2 X9 'J X - , - X . K 3 W 1 I' X A .i ri A I" ' - ,f L x: ' it X x f 1- ff fs, 1' V .1-"""'1Y X X , Z ,X f ,. , X f I, , , 9-f - s -X 1 I fb 1 .1 4 A H - pg xxx Xijj 1, Q ,f 5' 4,:' 'K 17" ,f x . f X X l . N C 5 lx N7 I I I 1- i u w l l I' fn. I l c v i i u l N D ag i i .. . a i e 59 ' i i wi i r . . . ' i s . ice i ,A f-L',"'T ' ni i r w i i . fl ' i n . v i ivi , i i , r , u ' r , m m n . . . c m them all. ' 0 yfgh p ndi q P43 EJ abc . ll. gs ix 1, 1' g - , l of , as an A tl Q - llll Compliments of Hays Transfer, Inc. ELKHART INDIANA CQNCJRATULATIQNS CLASS 1969 KENNHTRHCK CURPURHTIUN OF Elkhart, lndiunu ft L 6 Gia 0 E tw: 'Eflvg-iii! 015-'Q T Wai: f XX 1 5 if Thi R51 W Q OL L rv More than half cz century 5 JI J 1 QJE' Band Instrument Makers l1ythhtoyofM t B bck odth tur of th ce tury Ad thro gh th se ye b J the sold th gs th t b ld d h ld a ep tato e of th fi ep a uf ctur THE MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENT CO I nl ll, QQ XM 'J '1 X52 TQ, i Q H7177 if if? xv X lh? 203 x L 5 T 'Q Q N w " qi - f U J 1 f x - - X X ga ig' gba? p I ' , 'i it ug Q55 H5 3 I gp N N5 f 'aff . : lv .V J-: 'l T, fl' 'r '. f ' - s .. -K 9,1 1 f ' ,g rf 1 Mfg' 1 s If ll, win K AiQW'1?f 'ima' Ty. --X N - -1----- - C - ' .,... , . A A 'S' KY-94 J :Xm,.f x : Q.: - YA -Q 1 - ' :Q fn yrs ff ' D if 5-9 f ,wt e 6: N sf-f .. --9 J ' l : If N U ui 017 I 1' le, 'X 3 A 0' 'T' figs! N f' X ral' if I zz fin 'K ff 7 gl' ' Y 1" ' g 19 3 A t I' A L Actua , e is r ar in and traces a I' X 5 lQ 'f' bey n e n e n . n weaving X it X, ' '50 u e ars to ind firm and strong are X Q xi i in a ui an 0 r u i n: On e ne r utations among American b nd , T 4 X I N instrument man a ers. ' Qs ff' - f ELKHART, INDIANA I x ILS, X li Q-' . Q 19' X p C, fa ' fn. is al' ' WV X ff, ee ' ' A Wan ,VIS A I I - L ' ee, o T l "V ge , A , ' ft ' , C Q 0" 7 ,' ' Al? L? 31 X I J fr MOTOR SUPPLY CO., INC 134 South Elkhart Avenue O Replacemenf Paris for all Cars and Trucks COMPLIMENTS OF NIIIHLES BAKERY Bakers nf UIIHIIIY Prnllunts AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL GROCERS YOUR DOOR TO DOOR NICKLES SALESMAN R SON O J El BREAD - ROLLS - CAKES - COOKIES AND BUNS OR 6 N BEST WISHES T0 THE CIASS OF 60 JJMMQ3 Q ART GYGI FINANCE 8. INSURANCE AGENCY f All K d 2400 LKHART, INDIANA C7 X 1960 IVICUe1?mUtts IVIu51c Store and Studms EXEELLENT TEAEHEIIS IN IVIUSIE AND IIANEE UUALITY INSTRUMENTS EUR SALE UH HENT EEU WEST HIGH STHEET PHUNE JA ESBUH ELHHAHT INDIANA 3 6 H P TO 60 H P SCOTT OUTBOARD MOTORS STARCRAFT IARISTO CRAFTI PONTOON BOATS WATER SKIIS AND EQUIPMENT MARINE ACCESSORIES SALES AND SERVICE Try Before You Buy TUSING SUPPLY 4201 c eenleal Bl d. Phone co. 4-2535 206 C2o1zgrafu!1fion5 ami! Ami IUEJABJ 61,55 0 7 I l ll ll I' V Cng ful Zz 71 na' SMQGTH SAILING T Th CI H950 GODFREY CONVEYOR CO INC MAR NE DIVIS ON 0 ra absa 0 e 41550 9 P 5 I ., . I I Cj071gI'6ZlLllILll'lb715 6' Best Wkhes I0 the 1960 Gradualzhg Class DQMORE CHAIR COMPANY INC w Chris Siepenak, Woody's emcienf secrefary, more efficienf because of her Domore chair , 0 W 1 n n e r s Every Tlme EHS MUSICIHHS Selmer Instruments EHS Band and Qrcbestra members brought back 187 medals from the State MUSIC Contest thls year H 8QA SPIIIIPI' Inc . K, ,, Q 4 5 4 o o l Selmer insfrumeni owners: Bob Berger-saxophone, Maribeflm Daniels- an bass clarlnef, Gary Shaum-clarinef, Peg Miller-clerinef lseafedl ' . . This aclverfisemenl' prepared for Selmer by Pennanf Annual Adverfising Sfaff 209 Bsiqyffwcccss Mo Mains 1960 gif f' iv fl DD IECZCJ 3, ff HRILWQ xxxef W-M-"""'W A Goon PLACE TO woRK NIBCO INC., ELKHART, INDIANA , INDUSTRIES 1630 W. BRISTOL STREET ELKHART, INDIANA TELEPHONE CO 4-3166 Qngrafnfalfiond fo Me C766 M1960 MOBILE HOMES BANKS MOTELS OFFICE BUILDINGS RESTAURANTS ongrafu dll0l'l:5 fo 1A C766 6 1 60 Lelhs Warehouse Sales HOME FURNISHINGS FOR LESS OUALITY CARPET 81 KITCHEN CABINET 211 C K ' e f 9 O I , , O 1220 W. Bris+6I S+. CO 4-5861 1216 W. Bris+6I S+. CO 4-5861 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES fom the MERCHANTS of ROOSEVELT SCHOOL SHOPPING CENTER HARTMAN PHARMACY DeBONn s NEIGHBORHOOD BAKERY LUIS-I S PIZZA SHAW JEwELERs ROOSEVELT BQJQER FASHION CLEANERS BOOTS GROCERY and LAUNDRY ONE srov fy ROOSEVELT FREE me S04ooa.7 ACROSS THE STREET FROM ROOSEVELT SCHOOL EUMPLIMENT5 ELHHAHT BEDDING EU Invest IH the Best fur Best 212 r ' nvc unoenmss 006979 S A' la suowvmc ciwren sHoPPlNG f' V -woAqA.vEm Q1mBo PARKING 7! wr llveur TS - U L I SHAUM ELECTRIC COMPANY Inc NEW AND USED MOTORS REPAIR AND MOTOR REWIND OTO XX WMM :JP IL! nlnnncs All types of electrical worlr and supphes 1047 SO MAIN ELKHART INDIANA PHONE .IA 21157 RUSSELL THE CIIIILMIIN Home ol Heal Sahslachon E IIIIIL .III 2 0385 CELOCRETE CEMENT BLOCKS CIIIIL MIISIIN SUPPLIES IIIIII BLIICKS for Your New Modern Home 213 , 0 t mx i ' P V - 163:11 -- - qs 2 I' if 'F for PIERRE IMIIIRAN SHOPPING CENTER COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES ALA MODE DRAPERIES ASSOCIATE INVESTMENT CO FIRST NATIONAL BANK HAROLDS SHOE SERVICE HOOKS DRUG STORE KROGER GROCERY STORE LINHART S STANDARD SERVICE W T GRANT PIERRE MIIIRAN MORAN BARBER SHOPPE PIERRE BEAUTY SALON P M STORE SCHIFFS SHOE CO THREE SISTERS TROYER CLEANERS U DO LAUNDROMAT . . co. I va CONGRATULATIONS AND MAY GOD BE WITH YOU IN CONTINUATION OF YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH THE PATHWAYS OF LIFE AHEAD AUTOMATED METALS CORPORATION 1400 WEST BRISTOL STREET ELKHART INDIANA EUNEHATULATIUNS TU THE SENIUHS UF IQEU Elkhart Packlnq Curpuratlun 3535 HAMMUND AVE ELKHART, INDIANA 215 I T,- 'Wutional Distributors of Aluminum to the Mobile Home lndustry." 0lfLgl"6LLLlfLf6LfL0lfL:5 6!6Lf5f5 0 7 0 i CATALINA AMPHIBIUUS HUMES INC manufacturers uf quahty Huusehuats and Amphlhlnus Homes Congratulutlans l'0lll THOMPSON SCREW PRODUCTS 809 CONN AVENUE 216 T ZF 5 jf , I I I Onwfwfaftgm fo CZ-M 0 60 QQQIII Sbuwmpmm For the Best 111 Readzng ELKHART S BQOK STGRE IF WE DONT HAVE IT WE CAN GET IT : II I I NEWS AGENGY Q I l ' 613 So. Main St. Q 7 8 ELKHART IS EATING THEM UP SHOPS THROUGHOUT THE MIDWEST 7 217 omyo imenfd EEII DELLE EUUU SIIUPPE EIII W LEXINGTUN AVE ELIGHAIIT INDIANA Acknowledgements The Pennant Annual Statt and Mass Kelly publications adviser wash to thank their many friends especially those patient people IH the allled prmtmg arts tor their constant help and theur untlaggmg Interest ln our book R R Benson of the Benson Studios Jack Bundy S K Smnth Co Chicago Bull Bergstrom Mr Stork of the Service Press Chet Gerbert Elkhart Truth 0 Mr. Ed de Beaumont, Fort Wayne Typesetting Mr. . . ' Mr. , . . ' . ' Mr. ' , . ' Mr. , 218 PATRONS A B Z RESTAURANT 503 SOUTH MAIN ACE CAB 125 EAST FRANKLIN ADAMS TYPEWRITER AGENCY INC 129131 NORTH MAIN ALT S CLOTHING MEN WOMEN CHILDRENS APPAREL AMBROSE SHOE REPAIR 109 EAST FRANKLIN ARTLEY S AUTO PARTS CO 329 331 NORTH MAIN BARGER BOX 81 PRINTING CORP 1511 WEST LUSHER BELL DRUG STORF 952 EAST JACKSON BILLS LUMBER 81 SUPPLY 1017 CASSOPOLIS CARMIEN S RADIO AND TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE 401 EAST JACKSON CONCRETE STEP CO 1116 NORTH NAPPANEE CONE CRETE PRODUCTS 1500 WEST BRISTOL CONKEY JEWELERS S13 SOUTH MAIN COVERED WAGON TRAILER MFG INC 1500 NORTH NAPPANEE DREVES INC 216 SOUTH SECOND DR K G CLEVELAND DDS 214V2 WEST MARION DR. LEONARD F. SWIHART, M.D. 1200 WEST MARION DR W W LANSCHE 81 DR T E ARTLEY OPTOMETRISTS AND CONTACT LENSES DRS HIGGASON and WARNER OPTOMETRISTS-CONTACT LENSES ED S APPLIANCE STORE 522 SOUTH MAIN ELKHART SANITONE CLEANERS ONE BLOCK NORTH OF THE POST OFFICE ELKHART COUNTY ABSTRACT CO ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE FERROUS AND NON FERROUS SCRAP ELKHART PAINT AND WALLPAPER 310 SOUTH MAIN ELKHART PRODUCTS CORP 1255 OAK EMMERT TRAILER 614 MISHAWAKA EYKHOLT BAKERY sos SOUTH MAIN FIRESTONE DRUM STUDIO 921 PRAIRIE A FRIEND GLEN BURGER DRIVE INN 921 SOUTH BENHAM HANLEY AIR ACTIVITIES INC ELKHART AIRPORT HOUSEWORTH DRUGS 225 SOUTH MAIN INDUSTRIAL PLASTICS CORP aoz WEST BEARDSLEY JACKS RECORD SHOP 127 SOUTH MAIN JUHL ADVERTISING AGENCY SECOND AND HARRISON NC 219 ., I H5 SOLTH MAIN ELKHART M-ETALS CO. PATRONS ICOM dp KELLEY S GROCERY 1600 SOUTH STRONG KIDDIES KLOTHES SHOP 125 WEST FRANKLIN KING S ROTO ROOTER SEWER SERVICE 164 NORTH SIXTH KLEM SUPPLY INC 129 NORTH SECOND LORENZ NUT CRACKER SWEET ELKHARTS CANDY HEADQUARTERS D CITY SUPPLY CO INC 834 EAST BEARDSLEY LLER PAPER 81 SUPPLY CO 125 STATE STREET LLER STEEL 81 SUPPLY CO INC 920 NORTH PLUM SENER S FLORAL SHOP 405 JAMES ST NEW METHOD CLEANERS 115 EAST JACKSON NIBLOCK MACHINERY INC 1002 JOHNSON NORTHERN BOX CO INC 1320 MISHAWAKA NU DAY COLOR CENTER 2037 So MAIN PAINTS GLASS AND TILE PALMER HARDWARE EASY SHOPPING PLACE PAUL THOMAS SHOES CHILDREN S SHOE SPECIALTIES PERSONETTE SALES SERVICE 121 COMMERCIAL RALPHS FOOD STORE 1200 WEST FRANKLIN RAVENS STUDIO 81 CAMERA SHOP COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY 220 RED CROWN BOWLING LANES 117 EAST LEXINGTON REY S JEWELERS 514 SOUTH MAIN ROCKET CAR WASH 515 EAST LEXINGTON SCHIFFS SHOE STORE 221 SOUTH MAIN SMITH ALSOP ELKHART PAINT CO 208 SOUTH MAIN SMITH DRUG STORE 801 SOUTH MAIN STANTON DRESS SHOP 304 SOUTH MAIN SUNTHIMER S 230 SOUTH MAIN TRIANGLE FLOOR COVERING 911 SOUTH MAIN TROYER CLEANERS 1130 SOUTH MAIN WADE S FLORIST 113 SOUTH SECOND WALKER S JEWELERS 405 SOUTH MAIN WARFEL PLUMBING HARDWARE AND ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 1029 31 SOUTH MAIN WEST VIEW FLORAL CO 1717 CASSOPOLIS W F LILLY 81 COMPANY WHOLESALERS WILLIAMS BROTHERS INC 1125 WEST BEARDSLEY W T ARMSTRONG CO INC zoo EAST SYCAMORE YOUNG SET SHOP EASY SHOPPING PLACE 7 . 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