Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV)

 - Class of 1928

Page 1 of 118

 

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1928 Edition, Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 118 of the 1928 volume:

gp ,y M A N f 'hi J' WH 9'3" ' w:'sfw4f,'14fr A f 5 4 wmv' Ag WW: JW Y? fm ,bmw Mm ' W Li 3?2f1gibfELg?ff'mWi 'xg Y, 'F 325 awk' WM V? A13g3V": ifgjigf Y K A'YAQQY3'fiLi.i5'1f2, ' ' fl: 912' gig? 42 4 Q" W v '?f?iQ2?Qj' M jk' "' 255 , imyigffizx " i m N Q x g l' ffs.3f, , ,1 Q Q9M Wag 9+ ww ,M Qwfqkw We ww, ,Mi L Ling 9-'E' 42753 f, gjifffigff 'Q 3 7 ,jing ,RS Qi? Zh wwf ffl ,Jig 95. 1 Rf , . G, ,ff 4 W. 46 Q ff ' 'Lf N, x ii ' 5. 4 H E- E' 3. 41 I. 'Q' V . L 53 . X , .gm V"' 3 ' , N ' w ry' 151,39-3, 4 1.35 ,. ' , 5 Aj.-gw'wl ,! .' 13, 3 ,gg tf 5 R , 4 ig 4 J, , f .X ', ,.-iw?-,, 1 F, I ' X -zffmm 2f1sV.fc,,Xf v 1 ",Q M: 4'V,1yk5 QW. lr1. yag 4 4" " an Wi? 'fe-- fin-M' w w Wfkf Q-Q ' 'W W-Wwmfw ,WW f. 'wwf, L ww f ' 'W HEN f - . A - 1 - y 'af ' '1- 5 ' IT? ' W Z W 3 ' 1'W" 5" W ' ?" f"'iff+.l' A ,fb 1 ', ?W :", l?5vf"fW33" 9' i ff " -' " M L ' 1 ' .ir 9: -' ' 4 Q - V 5 h i p, . : ., i5M: ,s 1xQ,.w1-gr 'mg gf i,-3,5 7 e V M 3 I Q 1 wb A A M A 5 in R ,Q Q, A H 1 fg,,,.ugjg1:f,,:,i.5,i!1v-V1 J 'H g ' H fgg m, Mp..f,gg- V hyy,-Q53-:M L nm , W 52252 2 4 , .q E Q S :we 0 Ag, K 4 Nga 545 s K 'Q f ' ' ' A , A nw ., f Bw wa Yww QM Ks 'fe 1 Y Q4 vw ' ,, P W M 9. A 1' hffgg 1? 5h I P Az, k g , Q , QSM. ,f ,M J. X 6, W , an , MQW, .1 , gxgfz , 1 G qfq M gig? 1 A ggi' f :gist mm pkg? 3, gi, , Maw 3 v w 6nf.gMjgi6?f 35 :ga W1 meat 532 Wg, Q 4a,F,2WFA Wyse 1 2, Q gym Q M vi P , 4435? gk, W f . ,Eg f We gd , y W M , , A -, A Mg- Q jg , 4' M 4 2 5- Y Q 'V e bay v 'l ifca f 13 A '49,f'v ASV Z AM :IW gf-Q H QHQWQVF tg, :gm 1: o ' . ,A X 'E ay? ' 3,435 44 ,L ' 95, sf J? xi Q fifw ww: gtk ,ig iff? t - W' . . bf V 5' Ai ut N' + L , -.xr M :ff.'f,m-M. .,, 1 -'cw Am 0' W1 ' K " ,, QM , MW A 'N-1i7ff2 , w a' .- ' 5.1!-bv-21 ' 4 I 3 ' - -,A,,:,Acw,,ifVf, K " W-mmm-, f-f . ggi-Mya mgseflfgfrezrw-mgpaviii' -A'fi:4z,::g.:wn'f,iY+Wm,,. ,a,w...v5:mfff, 1aY,:fpw fg:,g L xr-Q34 u v wg-A, A f w- f f- xv -, n w qy w f - a,g?+3z:M1wpM.g,' ., ,1 'gigwfflq 321 EW agf-Sw E, , 'J -fy.. N fx sw gfzm' 1 ' ' A 1 - A , ,img Qgf.,1W'5 ,a.,3,,v5 ' 235,14 2giuL55zf5,'25f3.afE13I+,egfX?+gQo:??7ff,n-5l. M ' W L g j 1 Q , 1' A Y 1 ,vw W ,guns W ,v ,wz'J?,4, nwifiim ,iw MJVNQW' Mr"'5?yh'Z.f?ff4.?2g,ig'f3a"Q3555f2i' Q'f'.9ifmg?ZW' 'ffiifff-1W?Qi?5f35"1?f5v4?1ltjE5 5351 A ,QM 1 Q, VM E 'Vg T? H a Mia , , gif, wwf? Nl u fu , -gk qv 1 ,Lu ua M Nukwwggv Egggwyq 1 ,Ig 3.Ep?igi'f74 33,155 'fi-f,-7,1 X41 'fl ' ' , z"'f1?1 , I-i' fz.f1C' w 1"'?Mf1, Ef Af. .ff 7f'r: T17 525 f 5, "itf31gE2?'5f 1311 f H- Q 'ffl N t :MQA 4 my My ff ,. ..fY.,,,..1Q,gf?w ff ,www L.,.v.Q,.Mgw,f igggiig lm x 3 ' uf 05 1 y,f5S?a,f5S2QJ, dv 5 kpjirgx 5 5 5153? xiii J E1 3 gawk 2? I , ,Mg . . ,,.. ,.... M 4 if-,4.w,,.1.. V , f-. ,- .4,,,fA., -' L Q, W1 ,JN 1 A ' H 44' f W 5 , EWS ff ff Q 11 eq A 5 -g VX' if 1 fm 'L 5 6y S.Gf K3F1wt? ?44vaiix?4Z 1 yt? if .E f rf w .. 4 1, W- vw, Q fi, -5-uf-,gfm Uf. Q. yu ..,,x,s11.q.'q, M, 4 I I W 1 ,avg 31 Yin EMM Mya n..mfiZ ww www 7 naw Qfiggggiis gisfzi .QW fakimtm- ,f f 4 uf X. ,M F W , 3? 4 , Y 2, ' i . 7 V, '- ,, wgfhivlf-qmegwvfwfzawffiggbg- W Q M, 41, s97f,f2.21,eefffii2?flr'iE I Q23 2 ff Q2-f M-A , 4 9 p f 1' A rx If 32 a -w 8 4 gf 2: 1 1 "aw QQ? Qwgxggmgmjig A -gg up 5 -fggtfffwmfaxyrf' . eww -eff 1 ' ' A A . 1.-jf. , ziwg, Vg, HJ nf R -3 -f-L1-,QQ ,T YK 33 us, ,lf-Q-Q W -,q,,"Q1 EVM. Mqfkggjf 4 '-551 431 15:52-", V' -' j, Lf' nzilrq 4, UQ ' :ffma f .zvt-fpfigjukj' -15,51 , , , - V- ,, , , . ,,. ,., , nm .. ,, , ,A mf. 11. ,- -, - mm, gm x -' -- ., yfffl pl vis, gif 5' nz' L 2 Q g my 'QJ,s'K3f"g'li,-Y,-1"1?ZZ3"'-iM"7f5hWi. N5 -ngewfwa,"1f23 fJ:iH'5'w -'fm 11, 'ww Qixfiff' f'Y1'1' ,Jw wfvgkw J- ng WE-f":,'??f,yigx,f ww wt mi. . 45-xx 3135, wf Q5wwiwfFL'.? - ' '1 n 1 .SQ J-f,.,.f.,f. YQ-g,s7:,.w.W , ,FM .,1.,H,,,3,. Q ,w'L,4' Wi X ,,w,,,,g2,. W.,,,,,-K.fx QW- if V - V Wa. 1 ,V ,. 'f Q-'-' ww' 1: W' - Waw'i52?fff. 5 hailfg-wa i H, gif ff 1 f, , Q ,M ,. 4.,,, y .wi gMv,Fmw.'f.i-.dlfgwfkq-110.44Jid,3,5,9.q5:-'gem-tg1c,N.iii'E,2:A3w-ggmfigwyW Yi,,1hQ,,igh,,,Q5,,,i5f,'l,g,T,q, gy .MWQ ymfvakgmzy-QA M.. Mx ,c tw fn yy, 5-Qwika, Q. ,lik , . fu gf Q' wgggbffiwggigx gm 59,mm,,q,,5fQ:1"42,,vf,gf4f2Wwg,5w45gW wx f 1 'wk Q . 3 - . . E- 44?-f "L,2iJn:i1,g5gff,:,5M ' wmv K ww -, w5A4.:ff-mf: Lf? 5?w'f5Qp.gfQ,gRsasf15z5b.ig'uvg5Vw',vfnwgybi-Mm 1' 2-ffwqfa ,r,fw.:x31ZP'm,a5li. ..:f43i'E?f'f7f5xav2.4'Ga"fssSr,M3332 A i 4,13 Ss v QegE3':iQ,3??w.g:Q1,w. ,',-w,,q:wg'- -Qgrbr Qlggfkifm w-!.'ax,:-mf -'ww 4. ..L-y3fy1.4s,'quv ,mm.g,ff'1w.,'ilfz??2L3?Q5?fiyf?Ef f'-fivgf,-A'-2 fam 'figfgzfxfaf-Kiwi-1'h ,. -an 1.1 if fn, . Yu ., N, Z1-'?'f'3UY V 1 -5-was-iraq..riff-MY' Sfsw ww 'f ' 4 -1 iffy H' H: mimfkfwr .W uswfwf-W-f 144 62355 ,mwn F-wwe" ' -- 1 4534? 'wffi' .1 if-Her?-2'Q-1121?-SW"'vfswv-.gffw-LvMs.-,ff . ffm. 'z .5 L ' Qggfdi' y -5"fwm,te W ikxviwliit- 9, miH41.fT"lb'eHqW gl:-:f hi--Jz'?,?JFLS2'bM 4i'Wv2uwvxhR4.w rwfmsivff' .W-fa -41 X" wfxwawuif-Lnfimmb:M-1-ff????":Lf-ff-,143 www Eenfggic-Q5wir25zea5 ,Kiwi-2Q:qxL11m+z. . ., ,..V .. . ..,, V 314 ff 4' QW, 4: " . 'A 1',..H?5'2 QFWIN zagsw? KT: .V .i"m,. F, ,. 4jzf"?'f5'S"'e2'f5l15W'i1, f'm1,':w:g,: 1,-:QQ-iQ5x'i'53?c1 ,ffiih ?4,,2,ffus:siff'Qfif2 ?iiQx"14 ?3I,11??i' 54122 ,Nfqm ' fs'f1!a'99xg:?w. 4' : 1 ' - " A" 1 A ' . 1 , ng. .H :V . - y V .1 ,N ,, - X111 Ik 1 4- . ,, ww , f cg ' 1 5 . .f 4. ,M ., Q- ,. , -1. - 4..ff,',g.,.w wpyl ,Y , Ja ef- N- wif, ws-rw: xi ,. -,Q eg, ' , , .19-,P 2- -- ,r M , .Q ff. , g agy. nm 5, fi .gygafm . 1-I . . E :fa 1. , Q 'J 1 .-MM. ':1-wx!-w-Mgr. , 'w qqm M2622 wm'5-,:',z..fgfwgG sf 1, in -' qv f f -1-6 .4r.a.-:Q vfhxeg-H f, -.nf-'f-'fan--ff?-Q ,U vp-,.-wflgrw.. V , 415-'-I , .vu . x , wh yf'1f"5:gaffw4:.v.-fc WR-,JE Af fmmg,f,1Qv u44,39axgf'fff 2,4 .V- Lg. " v m if M m :Q -' W ' " ' Q- ww -0 1 2 ' ,. 'wiTFiif2ir nj 'NJA6 M' 125562 H W 'JUS 1' ' 'J ..: , fa' f. ' M N' -' wv -- .L wr ,--' . ,'wE3,.1m 1 . . if , w if H I f-' Q W' 4 .. 3 1: A '1' Q W ' seg. af, 3 -!1,,., q w :- - . . ' W +' - M- 51' -14" kv- '-, iw MT -fb!-415315 --wfi1,'.?wf:.'v-Maxi. uef4QQif'2f1'a1-w2'E'4CMfG -f , .gwkavgew f' QHYM f?+w:-gpe-M wp4:1fui?1f'-fgfivf,-Qfiffff f Wigysv ,f4g4f5?Tme-. ffzwrifffz ,"'HF'-"'i4.:1-1753-nf? f Wa 1,-, em .. ,, - ,, nf' ,,.- A --L-mpg, ,,eQ::wf:g,E pm-vffmw,3Qfl43.Mgg,w,M.1-,LQ-3155? x2W.,,M,,. fn, mms mm- .Mgr Q. .af P -in 36 0 4 mf 4 wg 1115-ww - f 1 ' ' ' -' :V Af - P ' -5:1-Lis T .-:F sm H-T iv- im: fa M, -ff? 5, gvfizfhf- ,fan .ff1f4WQ'f 1:1Yf?f,+gf52f- arg' ., 0 . , . 53411 W 12223555 - f - r ...Q - M A A 'f 1 2-. .rv -- .--1 -- H2 W.. Y ,V 1-A. .--f?'?zffwiSmf2?Y?f. -riwf'-."L:f-"'eE,KR,-.N 'aJC4KEwe'wr11eg?:f'?g Wfsifaswmiqbgfffwh - mv, x H52-537ggh.zi'S?.,-wQw5,Q f - "I: .wr .,,3'1rQ4a'm,rgimQ.'xvgf?'fS'-52fmfuwrhggi: ' gy Q1f1.+Lai1xfzg2g-vgfwm ,ww-t :ff was , - A -, V f ' f' . V - ,W ,, pg 1 -qi M- ' .Q ,,,,i. ,A . QV f ng, mfg'-"'..,', gud gr .- f. ,fa -4 gg? 11.5 '51,-Nga" nf- ,- Qyki. I yew 11' fswgegf i M, jg, 7 , 1 M "C K- -V " ' we Jiir . ,. W fuiipiix ffwg m-1-fsfffa If. wrwawgggwspzsgf .1 s-wg .-wa x Q is 4 555, Q. p. L.. ,,.q.:iQw,fQLm. .Pzg,,p.E,.53, ,,3l L Akj ekvfzm, -Qihxmfg, J 5 ' 1 2. 1, . 5 gfwksigg 9,341 ff' 'QZXIQQYQZW if . M?+5'.. f4 - wt W L2f:Q':f.wf ,iffa,n f'- :'-cf-Hmgfw A' H a-, , .f v- f 1 -1, '- im,-. , . . , r ,- , X-:vw -: , w Q? "f ' V intel f wf A ' .1 - AESSWSFZFQ' ' m525. -lf' ' '-M336 lv W- . . , gf 2 'f i 5 . , i - Y j r ' 1x,aM,gigg:XQifz5-6556 f-,,.iwsgsze'E', lg1fffEtffEfL ,'Y4f.s3f392-fTfgi2:,f:-Qgifx? 'Z ak F 11 'QQFWZHA2 ,1 9213651--,-: mul vii: 95:13 iff"'fL:'-J'j--Qfiv'-ief.ug'f"?"""QTSWKJK V43ft-"fxf.'rf29'FY, ,14vr,'1fg?wf5?2'.:f'f'"ff 43'-Ri--,. :Wi-'?+W-eSKf512e,'w5 7 'ws Qkaersfwi '-'Hg 'w -' 26 Q ' Q f f X ,. 8 Q ,-'xv' ' 'em 4.Hz: . ,Qg:N C ww. "ff.1gf' 'iw 933531-'fm it W5 mf' 1 JE 'W ,'wfD"2'f1.Q-vmfxz m.,.....: wx-Qmwf.l7'1m2.x1,,eg FGxn'i5i5sz-5, vw? iv liiii-f13"5f'5"i:"fi'Q'L"'f?F'3:S ffm 31:1'l'-JQSEWZ vfkivffmigiifiif 1rlk"'?'-Qu'-Ziff-Qi bmfiizifi- W - 1 wg w ifmxb , .4 -. .. ?fM5?' Q vii: fm ff MJ? K' , ff-2 .iam as'Y'siifwffqqgwk-wiwggf1'ffew.WmM'aEwM f-x in 1? Agzwf V, 3, nf X . ,Q V .1 : 9 ygg fw k . . 5115.2 ,, . ,mv ML ik.: 5-TW? -Wggi fc K 'msfiwfgcfi iazaififffpf-, 'wLf3i:1et:3?S5g?T335119-zfiiiflws' .13 ..,, ,,,. 4.-, ,.f, -M ,-2, rr ,.: A , .. , ,L ,N Y - ,f Y A 41 ng ,Q , ' , :pw -- '-,Ap X, Q, MQ 'di . .1 -1.9 -E,-1+'w.h kfme- f, 2-Y5?xvLQ.4 1 ?"4,, ,mf- 2 u fv' f iwww . 'QP , , v ,X gtplm' , - Wy. N552 cwi' fmgggh Qfffyx mf".-"X g,f1Q1'L-5 :HMQQWQMJQN a,g.,LwAw My w.,:'. gwqgms ,. 'p.m.1wQ2'51 -40 ff'-X"-' ' '- f ' H' f Y'-'L A ' ,,f My .M Q 7 ww v,Qw4'WYs5t'gEg R5-f,X1,'2j,,"'PYSgxfU?, M "WIS Q K 'gg wh f 35" gg .Mg w mm f s x 1 , A Q ,ua , r H J 1- ff, Qfgikfkij FFET' ' , Mg Q 5 ff Q Z! ai f Hr 'I' was f MF ,f xg! ii, V, ,gif ggilwigx ,xg 'fa ,Miki aw viw 5 ,ij Q M. be W 5 ,Qi -ws .W , .L,?,i?JFQi96,, 'ri sax?-ag, A 4, gp 'Y 2 41 , F' V 1 E S' Q , , , , , . ,ff . , ., . . . Q, m. A, .a?f5:zf?ff?55g QQ-'xnlfgiglgswxif - if ig, ,W :E ,f 'nv-51, Q '-13,2 2.-+vg.gi'1 3,435 . W lyke?g"15f.,f'r-V' -Q-fry 'g'1,,v.yr -, Sw-,za . rf , V' 'z' 'sms ' '.f 5 -, f. ,VN 4' 31? 'JWYQQ',2:fjfl"-'43'!,i'1I-fx, 'f HL: ?egyj1L,g-fffwgwj 'egg wg ' . 01' 3 me ., H ,Q A gf 5 Qi? 9 Q , ' migzwkfw-L'QaQ??1fQl7?,af3s2iHf21vQW'mmmEMM- hfiqfigias ww mfev.Sw.,.w. ',fK.,6m:12J'S,21Q, S- , mm . MQQQ-am, . Q . 'a ww : F -1- " W L 'gk:,awm.,w1'R..-wwA21,.J-Af'e:fs1a?W'P-q'rwe,:awwfkdfaw-Q1-MS:f,:'z,Q.'vw'f1.,??szrffs'-afm.3?,w'bA 'df WK avifwzmkf f vm im: N? Ari fi-W1?ff?eEw,f-:iw-V' vwNffiWAQ?fM xf31.14vfw2Mxi9f'ffw.1.iw-wfigffnw. -m.,MbwW5j'f?--N 'uw?: .S95.ff3::ws5ef4: Liv' -' -W ,HL PM - Aww Q. Lx Q Q- Q9 wma 1. ywgw-Qfkwcfeg:www12Qzfw-MeywxfQ115?fmmQ+fy.,fa,mgaw-M-zfwmf-Q-.wiv ' 1 - z QQ, Q Q4m'1r+ 5 . Pg,-ww , Qwgawegugg-VSA-wg,,pw1Qgqfmzgagg.-mlivwggzws-Q ew eHf,w.g:aQ-msec: V if " ,mv w Hmm ummm,mf-fiflggmg w17f?ijU?Sl:Qy vmgiLQj5,u1u.n+e:5,gwgp-W 59, 'Sa 43551 4 v Q M , N Y iff W mfs'wff'-W' ms3 m:,ew:qWQQ.1- :mg4a,,wE,fmwfnawgl-,vf:vw.1 fim fq 'S .. Sia n , K , "iwu.N - M -- w fgwm. Af V we-1 fm Aagflevfim-fgggw lima?.,,Q5w:fQ,a1f,-wifwx 55135. Q,Mff3 wg ,Q -M ,zfgfm-ff. am -:ww Hr, V f I FH- M2 n 'f fi' i a W?-kGia5f"a.fJifv-vw.tw mf1.:w4:v5Wi:-P'vzeM'5v?ea,wfuwf V -,vw--sfpfwgw f. 5 Q, z-1' - V. 'V ,N Gam .:, 1-:my wwmqq-'g L- mv 4 65511252-ef5?:A 'fiywwm , ,. 3 Wu-f"if2P5k?3e4Qa fl Xia QA my : E - V Q fl f vig -If Ak' +Qg,f A gp xx x -5 Q K L 4 qxxe Q a Q1 Q-Ex ' Qi W W g, A XM? 'Ya -iff ,wi 4 FIWEEK M5L5'0Q'f Q W Www QL ff? 1 M V 5 KM 15 1 Wqiwvg W 1 ' Q45 4 '-,Lv X A .V Y'-fb 'X ' :Gu Te' +',1f1rvj,,i 'ws 3 img k5g1H':wyuff1.,,'-if iQ f:-"mf ..,.- A :"'12,1+Q if' 5, , X' ,SRM"9G Ah k "Y--W-if fffs, iw: ' -A MyaZiff'-fi.1:':?Q" SNVW- " W5-2 4 -wk: . ,, ' - '- W ':ff2w fa5fQf33W' ik M ' ' : ' ' M A - 'i"5V32'.sl' Ewffiliaiiaf-'f?w12kf-'.ErQfe.1fwSr.!m-,QIQLWMx'M-QQ?fiwHi?w:f4i,'?5WA'.aw ix ' '.kCfi?31+21'afgf1-'-fwilaa YF. 1 nf" - - W, 1 ,. ,ngff Am., V na -, gf. .s?5-wsu.-ML .:HnW9f'wqg,L,gu5'ka4+1f,1-, .www s,W,w W ,Www fb ,wa v., M ,A wh W VVV- f my ,fd , ' M. Q w wf - .4 wfyyw, ,wk .m,.,i5LfffMm 55.1 ,fwffw ,Q-,-w-qvmm , Q, ' gi 2 V , L HQ, kwa' m,+g,w,,,W,.L mv,-U, W 15,2 2 LM :gf 3 - my , A. f ' f Q' f ' 11- -. ' A' x- + u- .- ' M ,w,u:-V-wmv' ,m.-mv afmfwww J- www,W,w51v1w'.'Wf1'1,wvfhw "-- fn, ' - 'Wx f 'f5"am,Q haf' -'X W1'fTv'4'f'ii'm,,ffw .zg--ww:6f'vw- 3 1- 4 ' w ,: 'g,1'3- -'ww ' v QQ , '-gf R wwf?-3 Mg '75'QvfMfH.ms:K .ff -4--X-'A--,W W.M.11:m.w?yw-,waW?M?':5w",mN wg E2+wwv'f- , Pwny- .qw :'p9,f,,,qif,5JyQ,1'M'rh4b wgfug f . ,M W tmlqmqfm - wx. my 1 ix M M AJ -A a . vePm'QW?gQ2Lv :Av-wgr,!fwQm,:1f1'Z?fH a.if.?Ef1HmwvM1wwX.6wmsfLMflshfwagffNhM-fwwszf w'fM52?s.f?'wr..fa-wi'f1ffMZf'eR?,v: df.-!Sff,-,, X, -fe fa- 15 w "'u,LNv-' 'I ,, - M .Q i4mfX2e'3wf1x fF'1ieSmz1:5M,y:W'WfYS+-m'iq wa-vq-Wmfvfx f wi, M1.gs,y,ww mws,,w,yxa-V Mummy wffsimQW-mi:w,w+mM wg. fmagqwgw X 'SE'-Muff . Q ' wfsmie 'via , , . ,,pQ'?w:d 5,f ,w,' 1 .wgyggwg1lNcg.Q..-Q,12W4q:,MgQ5QNP'1g-QmwrxfQ .?M?.,'fysffwQMMgy5Ayew-f-zwfgvgfiwf-ifw'WM32u,1,Q1,ff2igmww5,Vfv-- :.5gM" 51 A 1 .QQ ' ' me 3 X ,ff , ff X bf ,1..,,p,lg5 7 '2:Ma7,'15i:sivQi'm-.4g4,,+fg, V -s,g5-Mg? :Sm.'fi9Si25'?fYf,:4f:,1MEgg?Zf+f. A -1-w6.,1Au'J4QmQm 2: 'nw 'Ev:a'MWw,-.4b52'w:A.',i"'AfM1V?-iw."' bb4,w:,AUHi'a-' N94w"Q?Pfv,f'f'f-Sr-A.wvQ!f?'f,w-222 y wniaf. 4. View i wma, LQ ,WMwrm,,,w.,,,,,m,,may,W H.,,,X,,,143L,Q1v,,5g. fwegf3W?.,N,.W,Wm.-,W,,-wa ffwma w,gwfq.wfff,,1, X,x Lf-v A,,ai,A ffwgw yi fm ', -- W Q fe. ' sf? fa' :Jmww ap-Werfuaeww,sw-cm'MewQ.wvwvzww-.wwe xv vsfefam -M, A M- b -854 X QMN AMM, ,kzmwpwY,gJl2,QwEK'ES55"03S:i1wSf2fff:,.Ming mm, f?w,M.fz,.f2aif5 gcwgm3ww..wwm"f-354:V.Hggs,'KfgsQW walqw?-6Tv2x,f,,?rwgf,.m,.m W vwfwg, sw,-taxi? f f K' .A w - -V ffm-Mmn,w,mmw:w,f-15 ..-151 W-mm my,A,,m,.,mtw fm.A',-m,rf-wi ,ff,we.w-,gijygm QMMY SY.L,MaSw:f.1Qmmpmf.5. y,.5wE-.W 1g,,i,wK.1,aipfw.,.wX: .-VV L,,,i5wmf,, ,mf,.QW?Ww-,1,,,w1f,V .Q V -. . "I wi? AM -Q. gifgxfmg- fin. 291 ifikb?-Wq,1l -ww H My siyh -"' fy!-.vgfq137qfk:,wq' uf-vu km-..q5'M"1ff1LQ,i wg-2, m'Js,Qpfw9 -- ,'K,wfl+g 45.55 WM: p Wai -zPe:gq1i1'X,QU Hbfsnxlfig-,W.yTf1 as-15f'faMw1:,2-Qgkvym ww -WfV.gsX-dv.-gb iv ,xr . . J' - ff- -, r- x. 73 ,Q-fvwf-QQMQMQA HMM uf? Mfmf- M ,QM v f x- -fwgfw,-v',4 wa fV' H21 MWA-fazgwmfgqsmavwzgfwm-fag ,f Q, -wi! W M WW m:fEeQ4- mfwgivw, -Wffig' wma,gg?RE5vka'v:w3+'w?Pf3.m'1' 21- '.' Nfgenwfx'li1dxJ,,,pMyW5xiQws: 2' 5. U f'fSf5?HQ3jbw'f4vV'wQX':1, mam Ms faixffxgwmav, 5222523 s-Mc 1 J Wifqm . QM an ,f-M321 .- M we . V x?Gxdw?'X'-'liwftuw Wg - . nw aj? SQA ' 'a5Qffw5XQ2Wf1QfA vw- ,www w yw sf x .- V 'Q 4 ' 4 , ., H ,V WT ' W vi? YZM , f M f ' - we mg ff? j if - - fa' 1' , A T' 'vmwf . r -w ,vn f-me -'xffa ' w Y W f. ,M yi - M ,Q. -Jw W 1, Y CQ, ' Q, 4, Q f ,ww Q, 1 .w ww, , - Qw K - W -. . A 2 .S -Q f '--- , M. . - 7 g h W, A, Q 4 ,J nv'-fx '- fu fy 1-QM,-V ,wk .A Nw " -J- 'f V v ' rw v1.14 " V ' V ' xfw ' 'WMHM 7 fkfsgfma' P sf 1 V, ' J f ,F 'RW f' MV ' mf 4 gWW'HY?1J5?y , 'i5X" "f W A 4 ' W - 'Q 1' F A 3 Qism KW Wm. bw PM wwgl Z was :ga is X af 1 ' , W1 fv 5 WW ff Q1 W 2 N' Q? 'Mfr si , W W if Aj? QQ wg ,ESV is Ewswiiggf KE! 5 + gk? lv 33 xiii M Ng QM? figfggx 2 fig Er X 5' 59? 15? ,yi W lem ,z , . W W W -im., Nui , fy , S www , ., f , ly aff Q A f X , . - , . V H ' " f . 253 A- 5 A 4 We , , - QQ--if . 2ww, ilffg-W wwf, wry- Piww , 1.,, , MfWfW WM.,-1a'..,w, ,Q , J , . if QM 1351- ,fy f 93' ,QM -4 .gahw .1 1 ,, Q5Q2Lw-Sv , . W . f 'A '?fm':2 'irr . fwfr: 5 : 14 fi" 3ri9' X 5' ' ' L 5 1 3 : 15 r p .V 1 , J ,K 1' X.k, w ,, -M H A f. lip' w W My QWV 'WM Linkin 7, rv-Uwg i ff -- V QWQQH . ff f' 5g , ' x!'g5Egff!1:fm'n . ":'?33fk, '?A'5xi51 " W i -f " xh 412 , 'ff i"3':3Zf '??fif U Tf aaqif f X QMQWWLE 'E4i255Q52u"""' 'K , QQ fQK""m , 1 , M 4, H , A N . J 0 pf , W , , ,Q A rx 1 Q 51 Www S W' A' K9 'fqriifiwk 1 i4 :I wi 2 'M gg' ai W W ,elim my N an kwa? 3 3? igw ' x?wfk ,5i4s 4 A 9 Q 'Z y fr E? ,' 1' 1 .m pf rid, J A 1 X W 1 Q ff' 332352 Q, 555954 Niffiawfi ,' 8, K wgggf MV 1 in ie - iw g' , . fri 4 wh- nf -uf - M? 153 My Q 1? M M aw Erma 6512 QR QQ is f gm T, ig. 'mm 3 W Y? A5 Kim- .:, . ,. .,, U. . .4 x -Q .4 -wma f, , Li- ' 'wif ,, f W- " ' A' Q2- :w if f- - .' 4 2 - .L 4.1, 4: -Q W 5 Y ' N iq ' f , ,14 , " - 4-if , ' Q ' " , .qlpifr-.tsfffl--5 M' 'f .1 ,. " r g 'sf A nw .mm -Mx, ,M . - M. V 'T 1, ,M , , . , ,. W. MW ,,..,,.,,g,',Wi. Q MQW . . ,ww ffmw -.12 ,.,nf.,K,,3,L5 ii, A rm y " l b 45 35 1, 5.4 V .egg . M . Q . , ,Mm??m f m if H M ,, , i M .-1 .,. We fiwzfxi yi1f,,,e'M5wJghgWg5.1-ls:Q.fLmg,5Q54,f3'.r12x.5aX15-faf::'3.n:i:,!.Wf3p.'w,M:t,v.w,.Aff,L Q. ,,.v,,.,,,.7,,w, My si,,,..Xg.w-, Q..1.,.AgTw!f,w,w45,, MvZAW,.MfpW-Zmf,fw-mewgi-ffw p,l,.?i'62,,s-wrw?24gf'-'efgagfnfiggxs 3 ,,,, .--, i f may :M III ' U B 1 , I ,, fl ' .i A, B , i IM, 1 . 3 ' 3 -213 fx librfs ST Dv ,V7471-I 4 . THE TIGER 8 2 QQ . SR gg I Tublished by THE SENIOR CLASS ELKINS HIZH SCHOOL EDITH BOONE, EjjLZgc1:iLEN,R1i5jss11fZ1jif, Af Ed Ch f - - a -fn-e 1'-1.1 ,, nr , 'onnnausuzmu ,445-K, TH U GM! fmwrsaaruauua n g -up -4 'afi 1. .... .,.. Qedim tion ii? Since We, the seniors of '28, Wish to express our appreciation to Qllnacb fllmimer for his unceasing efforts toward the betterment of Elkins High School and his line example of e elean sportsmanship, We dedicate to him this annual. 4 ,, , - V , , , ' It-LIZIUIEIUIIHIIUIIHIZASIL lll2Sf - TZ- --1 s., ., J 0 H Q, LQAM MAA - T in 1mwmaw4wewa' mann.- FRANK C. WIMER 5 IGllSllKllSI1SIlllJL lAldhlJLldhlllhlhlln """"""""""" ' H-Q-K,,, -- W " " ' " ,. f--A-------4 , 'M'3'U1'2 l1"H"1H -1-fe--L--'L-24 A-, ,,.., ,.,, - ie' '-ggi" i'gp,,...,, f-......... : :W .4i.4i""L.A EGQGWWDGWQGWWKWWGNWBWWM autism Q Q 5 S magma 'P' H 'D' rn o 121 0 n FP o '-+1 f'f D" ,.. U3 4 o 'T' Q ume has been to record Q 3531 the activities and achieve- 5 Q ments of our school dur- 5 ing the past year. If this Q book will help you to gl recall in the future some 5 6 of the events of the past gg Q, year and our Tiger spirit, Ig the staff Will consider gi' that their efforts have 3 get not been in vain. if Q 53 gif 5 3OiMwC'Mm"2Q"mQ30iQ'a22m"DWwDQ'Mm"2'I9Oi 6 ieeeeeeeir Pye . T g - , A AQAAA aan W UI' U eh A o.n.a.n.n Q, rafter- vi-hQf- i S , . The Tlliigrr :family - --- + -wwf: I. Tiger Leaders II. Members of the Family III. Tiger Fighters IV. Tiger Beauties V. Tiger Gambols VI. Tiger Record VI I. Tiger Roars 'i' -www S ? , 7 lz1,: A- .. . f .-, ..,...,, . Q 91 fa gig xv! School Song 545 Here's to Elkins High School, Loyal through and through. We have the spirit And who are we but Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. So here's to all good fellows Students of each class, And to our loyal colors Orange and Black. 8 . 'Q 4 Z f:4""-32' 1 - 4' - l mlb 4 V , Tiger Poem Ci, Tiger, tiger, burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry? ln what distant deeps or skies Burnt the fire of thine eyes? On what wings dare he aspire? What the hand dare seize the fire? I And what shoulder and what art Could twist the sinews of thy heart? And, when thy heart began to beat, What dread hand and what dread feet? What the hammers? What the chain ln what furnace was thy brain? What the anvil? What dread grasp Dare its deadly terrors clasp? When the stars threw down their spears And watered heaven with their tears, Did He smile his Work to see? Did he who made the lamb make thee? Tiger, tiger, burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Dare frame thy fearful symmetry? 9 S 192 ' W i izls. '1 H L l I 9' LR, xl ,i4fQ:wa'sauruiuuawizuannuw.- .,,.--,- M.hq-.,,,- .,.. -,H-.-,,.,.A,,,,, ,415 ' ' ,, -,.,.a.,-..W--,,,.,,,-,.,,,.,,-,,A, Elf'-Q fi -, 3' f Q 3 IO "'Ti'1'I'ST.'.'TI.1ll'TI'ZZ"'T'Z.T-......'g'M'-"'TiL':i:::4VxITV-T7sxx"' ' "', 1-1: 1''f'g:'H:"-"i""':t.t':: 5 I U 15 J .. -. iw . Vg' sz n 'WV 'V xp- f Qi! AM A MQNM M A-x A MM. AAAAA T,T,,1,,TiI.l.T..T...I,.T ........ .... ... . A A , ,X M A , F ,,,,,V,l, TK, WOQ H 4 A , M ,.-f""" , -- ,wi .""'+.,, V ' , g. . . . ,Ym.,m,,,Cm ...... ::q',,.-XWIQW . 1. E .x5, u ,.,,,.mmn..,m.mm.,, .g SCX nt : Xj! fl ua?-. -... . . - f W LF,l bf.QL IJ! X 74 af if AX 1 125 223171513 l fst1'v Qf ' vagvvaz-avgQf1 A L ,. N 44 E 5' ca i A '5 5 ' N Q A fa - 44 gl' ir? 1 44 -V Q5 fl ' wx X 1 if 33 lE.,...THE T1G 11 1 ' - Q - ' 0 - 4- ' 55' 11 r if . XF 1 I! 4: e Eg. s X 2 1 X M K 0 wiwwffi Q5 Q ss- ' Q ' :www ' ' "Q, sis FACULTY -....... 2 WK ' 5 R S E- 1 EF eva N Q f ees 22 l if A 3 Q lillllxlx 3 31 ,iAi,i,i,i,:,l,l,, ,,,,,Y,V A ,li ,:,:,V,i,i, ,V,l,2,-,i,A.f.1.-.V.-.1. T .i.:.i.:.1. ' ,554 K lv Avg, Q -:-:--- -'-:ref -.-:-:-'-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-,-1-r-:-11'-:-Q-:-'-f-V -1- 1-i-r-1-i- - i-1-if-T-T-2-1-15 'E E . + . - A A.. . . . A - . 4 A +. A . + . + + .A...+. . N A . A A A A 5 . + W .A.A, W 4. - 41 5 ,Q .1 ALHE - --.K A '1"G1'1lf J limmnuanannauaaaa WALTER RIDDLF, A. B., A. M. SIlf7E7'fl.'fEllffE1ll of Sfbooff EMILY WILMOTH, A. B. Latin FRANK IC. ARNETT, H. S., A. M. Prizzfipal ELIZABETH CUDDY, A. B. Eugfirlz I2 g .. ' .n,.l4sv4u.uuu4L I l,,...-a-----VN..- ' W . . X I K, , fg.Y.Y f. V VL . 'fiifsj as - + A .. iam, . O. Q HUBFRT C. KELLFY, B. S. MdfhE7Ildfi6.f KATHERINE N. SPEICHER, AOB. ROY IC. BOONE, A. B. Sfi57l6Z H. H. SPICICHFR, A. B. General Saience Illatberfzatim am! Physical ElZlIf'llfi07Z 13 S ' L . gua llxugir ':a's gg l lBul laL0.fwa4s 5-..,.. II In llIfI'.R W 45 nrauannnr mu'.e +-51 ff JA! ICLICANOR S. WIMER, A. B. Ellgfifh JESSE I. STEWART, A. B. MlZfkE71lLZfiF.f tlllfi Bookkeejrifzg KATHERINE W. CLARK, A. B. PHILIP DAVIES, A. B. C itizemlzip Iblmia :u n -lZ'lil2lIil l I unxumii . LQASLMIRIISII-lilliilllhilllk' 1, 4 A ,...,-- -'L . -- - -P llll. - I ' vyuip Irene E. Eib, A. B. Emily Barry, A. B. James E. Fidler. A. B. Neva Fuss, A. B. L 4. ar., Norman Bayard Green. B. S. Frank C. Wimer, A. B. James Barnard Bruffey, A. B. Virginia Rider, A. B. Elizabeth Bullivant, A. B., B. C. S. I 5 .'g.?9.fg V ir R vv Ella R. McDonald, A. B. Beatrice H. McKee, A. B Edna E. Warfield, A. B Sara E. Neale .,- .,.. - .... ..... l..2.,.l..l 9 M Q,.e..r,,, Y A IM f ..,. -:. ...BBW ,A A,-,M ll, Y' IHF llf ' 4- Y M .. , , ,Q ' mnnmuavsn 'AGR L '- ' 5 ' RR ifdwmnaamuuc nvn-2 Q I I F 5 2 V idfff SW T517 2 EW E s " 5 E w i . Dpike E ? M, E , V ,afar 4 x X v' C7 W er? jlfgflcf' 0 'VCI Fluff ' J Q,-A "Pais g Q . ,, df,-ii? xl Mldgg , E 1. ' i 1 3 , A - ' , 65, , L 6 is . me gn ,,H,,.t,, ,b V, Mfg' A , ig "Mff, wiffw1 W ' ffwfffff 16 " N , 'l lL l1hlJhlJLldhllhUJlIdk L F4 141- i " " "" M Lfnwa A'A'A' g ............................... Y -............................... isa- ' -ai 2 isa- 'gf O :-:...s:- 1 Q D . -mi , fx w ,- r KN, 1: k a, , ,g ,A M 1 CQ ' L-gvvvvvvvvfvv vv wvv ' vvvfgfs-vw -v l 2 0 as b , 4 z E9 Eliygx ii 'HTS 45 L -Y Q SQL: Q5 X.. ' cg H: z' 2 V . I . 2 'FE . :E-I , Q " W2 fa 2 1 5: f u A f :sp ca i i , . '-' , PQ fl' 7 M-1' 3 E K G - -V xii? 7 E f Kll: L if in " ' if Fiszazfawws.egmammaam amaammagfammmf 5:-1 - Z? Cl K Q A I lE I 'l"1 ...Ap xJ"l,f Cg vivijk CJ in x 0 ikm.fk5!q5 A - t K I wavtvuii 1 SENIURS Nw -'lf Q A P M Jw W f E L " X i " J 1 .4 . in ' j . xii"-2" N 55,15 ig '- g . . , . l is f x A., AAAAAM , .....' M 4 Q awww- v.l.l .1.f F L . .,.f.1.1. .i.1.:.i.l.i. 3 .:.v. .l.i.i.i.:. f . . . .1. .a gi Ei WMWW . .A.... . . . M X. ...... , . . . . r .A. - ---A-A- - -A- 1 --- - - ---- 1 - fff - A - A-------A-A- - ----- - --- --- ----A- A -- A - M -A-- - vw , -f ..! ' ' '-71 , .. Y, .-n . - A , , Y- 1, , . Y -,-" -nf,-1 ----' 1--mwvqp I.-.Q - v ,I if? Tk f Q ?'TqI?'fiY'F'Fj 0. 72021 Senior Class Officers X IEE! tire. Pzwiflwff . . , . , . , . . . ..,. HARRY Mooxu: Vife l'1'csif!e11f , .....,.. , . .IANIES :XLLEN Sefrem1" ,....., . . CARllll'1 VIRGINIA WIL'l' 3 Treafufcr. . , . WI1,I,IAM BLIZZERD Chew' Leader , LAmal.liY COISIJ GAVE Cfzzfx Colon . BLACK AND WliI'l'E Clay: Flower. . . . ,,..... . , .RosE I8 ,,,. , '-'Y X . .wxagwrpwggv Q . A Y ,ff-wmwrzrra-.Lex-V-.:::-..-,M-st-Xslx, Y VJ--W M W -hu 22.. .......-....... ..... :::::::' 1+ ,3 he HARRY MOORE I PRESIDENT ' Football '23, ,245 Orchestra '23, '24, '27, '28, Radio Club '27, President, Hi-Y '27, '28, Question Club '27, Basketball '23, Pep Club '27, Stunt Nite '27, Student Council, Class President '23, 724, '27, '28. The 'world Crier for "Moore"-of hir zcit, of his voice, of hir power. JAMES E. ALLEN, AIR. ' VICE PRESIDENT A. V. A. '27, Hi-Y '27, '28, President '28, Radio Club '27, Secretary, The Youngest '28, Vice President of Class '27, 28, Tiger Staff Business Manager. Kind, conrirtent, worthy. CARRIE VIRGINIA WILT SECRETARY Glec Club '25, '26, '27, '28, President '23, Student Council '25, L. O. M. A. '27, Stunt Nite '25, '27, Camp Fire '25, Girls' Reserve '27, '28, Pep Club '28, The Youngest '28. Her vision flasher in the memory of all who ever knew her. WILLIAM BUZZERD TREASURER ' Hi-Y '26, '27, '28, Treasurer '28, Radio Club '27, Basketball Manager '28, Happy-go-lucky all day long. If he isrft chattering, something ir wrong. LANGLEY COBB CHEER LEADER Stunt Nite '27, K. O. P. '27, Radio Club '27, Glec Club '28, Varsity '27, Hi-Y '28, Pep Club '28, Tiger Staff '28, Assistant School Cheer Leader '2S. Never idle a moment, but thrifty and . thoughtful of others. VIRGINIA KRATZER Glee Club '25, '27, Girls' Reserve '27, '28, L. O. M. A. '27, Stunt Nite '25, Pep Club, Tiger Staff. Sludiozzs and kind and a right good sport. 1 9 4 ' ' -Y E' ' Tl ' I - it e' Y i.-w.f14fz.,f-ie-,K-.MW -.-l L.-4.MMf-.---vi-U- L f. Q-.um MM .... -.-f...-,K-S.-.A..4l -,. .- f f'if"'z'f"fH' AI ' h -, ----W-------M. .-x-..-,--..,..,, ,,.-, -:.: 2C PAULINE ENLOVV Stadium, friendly and happy-certainly a good combination. K FRANCIS HAMLIN Football Manager '28, 3 Heir always there for his share of the fun. GERALDINE WORKMAN Glee Club '25, '28g Camp Fire ,27, 'zgg Stunt Nite ,253 Pep Club '28, Another goo! musician. She'll play her way into many a heart as the future comes to paxr. HUGH HQ i1iH1-LLIPS Hi-Y5 Question Clubg' Art Editor Tiger Staff. Life is nal Jo short, but lhat therejx always time for courtesy. NELL FERGUSON Wilh countenance demure and modest grave. ON.-X CAMPBELL - Orchestra '26, '27, 'z85 Radio Club ,27. mccess it seemed.. Y Born for ...T+--1,ii g -y i , ,,,-,L,,,,f,..,,,-- l - -..---.,... 'S-Q, M,T3g- -MWM.wx.::Ws. , M ,Mm M ...... em.:zi:::::Qf..,4. :42:..::1: fr Ayr, EQ Ami, 35 'ff-A-M-A-Y-f W W, X-fa,.:f.f:::,f-'A-21'-pi - -,' ld:fr:-r::e.'.'t', :::':.:.7-'.:'..::::::::.,::gg::4:::.x7-il Brute..u,:siEE.iEEg'l?,izlE' TE' iq Efbxqlvllr MYRL KEPNER Football '25, '26, '27, Captain '27, Basket- ball '28, Track '26, '27, '28, Captain"28. I am 'very fond of the company of ladies. EDITH BOONE Greenbrier High '23, '24, Glee Club"24, Browning Literary Society '23, ,245 E. H. S. '27, '28, State Latin Contest '27, A. V. A. Club '23, Tiger Staff, Editor, Camp Fire '28, A. A. A. Club '28, Manager. Genius combined with ambition anal energy has made this girl. JOE LANTZ Orchestra '26, '27, '28, Inter-C1ass,Basket- ball '26, '27, The Youngest '28. The better part of 'valor is discretion. ELEANOR SLEETH Glee Club '25, '26, '27, '28, The Youngest '28, Camp Fire '28, A. A. A. Club President '28, Tiger Staff, Stunt Nite '25. They are never alone that are-accompanied with noble thoughts. JOSEPH MANNING Clce Club '27, '28, Hi-Y '28, A. V. A. Club 'z8. The seams of his life will be skillfully sewed. MARGARET TAYLOR A, A. A. Club '28, Stunt Nite '26, '27, Pep Club '28, The Youngest '28. Charm and wit and joy in living are nzet in her. ,4t,,m,n.e ,..,, ,l7.,e,in..t.A 2 1 S,gT'l"f".T1l'l."l'EfTQ' f lL",f'f ll" "", 'TQ """i"f s ' 'umi .nm ,. ,,. L 'U V1 'U' 1' 'H I 5 1 E ' , V FRANK LATHAM Hi-Y 'ZS5 Tiger Staff. Frrznklv sense of humor and pranenexs to lang: Ilrwe nmde him Joke Edffor an lhe .rio-ff. RUTH ASHBY Crimp Fire '26, ,27, '285 Glee Club ,25, 7263 Stunt Nite ,2S, 727. Thou haf no .vorrow in thy song, no :vinzer in thy year. WAYNE POWERS Hi-Y '2Sg Tiger Stuff. A diligent pupil Wayne must he, For never o lay of school mined hr. IRENE ROWAN A Crimp Fire ,28. She is filled 'zvilh a deep dexire to goin the lreamre: of the world, GEORGE WOLFE Hi-Y '28g Tiger Staff. The remedy for wrongs is lo forget them. IRENE L. MOORE Bclingtrm High '25, '26g Glec Club ,z5, '26g Lyceum Literary Society '25, '26g Partheniaxn 'z6g E. H. S. '27, 'z8g Tiger Staff. Blond and Iofveableg :zreel and honorable. 22 U fm L i l " i 2,-..,.,. .Y,, . . . ..- If , . , Am. .-.......-....-..- .E 2 or w"'m'F Hr "' if? A E PAULINE COLLETTEE Glcc Club '25, '26, ,27. The love of fame gives an immense stimulus. EVERETT TAYLOR Track ,25, '275 Football '26, ,Z7, '285 Bas- ketball ,27, '28. Falseness cannot come fromjhee. ANNIE WOLFE A. V. A. ,27, '28. By the work one knows the workmen. DAVID SHOCKEY Men of few words are the best of men. MARGARET COBERLY Girls' Reserve '26, ,2.7, '285 L. O. M. A. Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and so do I. HOWARD MYERS Hi-Y '28. , ix Wsho mixed reason with pleasure, and wisdom with mirth. 23 A Q-. 7 7 'M V 11355 4 . - ..., ...,.............. . Ngxfw M- - f 5 is . .'lS rzti-:::':T't::Y--,, -9 1" v- L Q fig 1: s Pj - . . t . t CC , it I Q. is - V 24- '!r,,pf"" h-L-W-A-M-My I was ,..g:......,........., te... .N W.. WOODROW CHANNELL French Club '25, Stunt Nite '27, Inter-Class Basketball '21, Assistant Track Manager '27, Hi-Y 7283 The Youngest '28, Tiger Staff. Here's tu Woodie, the boy with a laugh, That makes as almost split in half. FLORENCE LAMB A heart of honor, a tongue of truth. JOSEPH ERWIN French Club '26. There is nothing more aimirable than a disposition toward truth. EDITH WEESE I believe in setting examples. GLENN WATRING Glue Club '25, '26, ,273 The Youngest '28, Pep Club '23, Hi-Y '28, Radio Club '27, Class Cheer Leader, '27, Inter-Class Tourna- ment '279 Tiger Staff. When all is said and done he has possibilities of greatness. MARIE PREYSZ Glee Club '25, Basketball '25, '26, ,27, '28, Captain '275 Stunt Nite ,2S, '27, Camp Fire '26, '27, 'z8. The outside and the inside of the package are alike charming. MMI. -,.:..-2. -.2.......-..,,,..r.t.M,g . ,' ff 4...., ..-, ...-.,.,.-.,-- 15: "" Tiijfijii' 'T"11iT"lI'Ll"ilIT1Ti' teh' V Y"-' 5 if .I L ., ,I 5 I w wa -- --- --W -- V- . ,I..Igf..Q-....xt4Qi,.. f -J L CONSTANCE MACCORKLE if f . Can1p,Firc ,25, '26, '27, '285 Glce Club '25. The hand that made you fair, hath made you good. LAWRENCE PEIRCE Class Treasurer '275 Tiger Staff. True to hix -word, his work and his friemls. MARY LINGAMFELTER A. V. A. '27g Glee Club '25, '275 Tiger Stnffg State Latin Contest 'z7. Manners, quaint and dear, with which the pattern of her disposition matches. . LOUIS CASKEY From sanrixe until .vunset he lives ieoply. PEARL .BRAGG Content thyself to he ohscarely good. NEIL DANIELS Beverly High '25, l26, ,275 Basketball '26, ,273 E. H. S. ,285 Pep Club l28. Few thingx are impossible to diligence and skill. 25 .WW ....,.. , ,..,. .LLL ,..,I. -..---f'ff"tM':'W- .,.. LW. ,- -.,--.---I-.,. s-TX -N fa' --lf T '1' H 1-1 TI G A, ,..,--f--'-'L-+ EARL CHANNELL Hi-Y ,26, '275 Question Club '26, ,27. The traeeguestion is not what we gain, V hut what we do. VELVA BLAND She has no enemies-therefore we can only speak well of her. KENT WATRING Question Clubg Hi-Y ,25, '26. His plans were those of mirth and mischief VIRGINIA TAYLOR 'Tis hard to he in lo-ve and be wise. CLAIR CORLEY? Glee Club '26. 'Ill He estimates all lhings in leaping measures KATHLEEN CONNER Basketball ,255 The Youngest '28. The sweetest things usually came in small packages. - 26 4 nnnaaznananlnn I l S vaaaoalagrnnaan 1 .. .. ., .. .. -1 of -----.. -M---'Mr'-'rss -M -4 . ef, A 5 4 , . ' " """""""""' """""'4""'S"""""" -Nh vw, V '-'t"""""""""""'---4 -W'--1'--" 3 L 'X' 'TZ-. f "R W-1'v:fe.wmnv wuanauw -aww.: Football ,25, '26, ,273 Track Manager '26g Football ,24, '26, 1275 Basketball '25, '265 , Y ,ff 1 K, ,, xy --- ,E ..- L M D T' f?i1?i -UW1ffSW '4'. 4 HAZEL DAY Camp Fire '26, '27, '28, If I could change the Golden Rule, Pd make it, "Give no tests in school," DAVID MEADOWS Little said-much accomplished. ERMA SHIPMAN Camp Fire ,28. She hath a daily beauty in her life. SHEFFY HART I make the mast of all that comes. DELPHIA LOVE Orchestra ,z5, '26, ,Z7, '28, Basketball ,275 Camp Fire 'z6. Smiles, smiles, unending smiles, Be radiant lines for miles and miles. EDGAR POLING Life is not a goblet to be quaffed, But a cup to be filled. 27 XX ' . ki V 1 , W W-v -------f-1. 'e m c- 3 5' 35 f l -g',1':i'111Q,'3':'-'--'----'r-'f-'-M fbi,-fL"'f35im:?mf:ATri , ,Y xiii:':?:iiiiT""-"?"' , A -M---m ---Q ' fs A AAAAAAW 4, " , , 8 2' 21,:ig1tg:lfffflizfirzzlzsfs--fs-A-f,,, t L .K , ?V?WTN,:WIFmWA f L - A ,,,.E.,E,1.,,-.??gfT:-'fL'.5S,s,Q5'e s,g1:Tv,nzP-114 ,eggs ..,3:fi-,4f:.,1f ' 1:5341-'sf,l,l ,,.,,s,..N, ,.,,,,,.-.. ...WA W - t ffs if-Mises,ff?-.f,,s-L4 DQRWIN TALBOTT Football '26, '27, Basketball '25, '26, '27, Question Club '25, '26, '27, HijY '25, '26, '27, Orchestra '25, Class Basketball '24. A man's reach shoull exceed his grasp. RUTH JEFFERS Glee Club 725, '26, '27, '28, The Youngest '28. Her frienis there are many, her foes are there any? JUNIOR HALL Orchestra '25, '26, 727, '28, Track '27, '28, Hi-Y '28, Red hair a'er steps a mind as keen in character. MARY PRITT ' Glce Club '26, '27, '28, Camp Fire '27, '28, Pep Club '28, Tiger Staff. , . She has the same effect on life as sugar on strawberries-removes the tartness! GLENN NAY Harding High ,255 Washington Irving High '26, Track '26, E. H. S. '27, '28, Radio Club '27. Silence is one great art of conversation. VIRGINIA SHIPMAN Glee Club-'255 Camp Fire '28. How fair is thy face and how light is thy heart. 28 4f:"OY'z-. ,- ji ' aw N. I-'f'3::.1,Ii' Aiffl. eg :giffffiii x"4?5"TfY"5m7l"l"1 ' f'1iflQj?..,Ij?f.s.giLQ,g l - ' -fl ' ,q:'W:f Pfzl' - V- , f 511111.14 R , 1 -,,,. ss,Alegs.,s,,,f,:fff.rg-, -s::- -t . f' - ,f ,,,... t A Y -MX N -.,..,.,, ,..-,,...1.. 24- 1h l u Qt: VIRGINIA' WOODFORD Belingtou High ,25, '265 Glee Club 725, '265 Home Economics Club ,25, '265 E. H. S. '27, '28s Glee Club ,27, ,285 L. O. M. A. '27, '28g Pep Club '28, I And while I lifve I'll never fly from zz man. FOREST PRITCHARD To underxtzznd is the master. HAZEL SIMONS Glec Club '26, 2285 Tiger Staff. No finer clasxmate we knew than she. DELMAR MOORE Ili-Y '27, '28g Question Clubg Football '28. Achievements sit well upon his brow. BEULAH PINGLEY Sensible people findwwthing uselesx. RICHARD KEIM Hi-Y '27, '285 Question Club ,27, 'z8. His epilaph will be-I have enjoyed life. '-fiiiiri. Qual ..-- C l ul 7 'Fife HWS flffllflllM'I''frlfi -'52 -..flLt.::,11.1LakkxxV:'f4A3i:1.i,1::.2 ff--Qffzr-egg..--3.1. W, , ,W 4-.-, - , , . ' - ' is if ,fl..!7l,lE Mfeifilf ul' I - ..... I + ' ELMER MOORE Hi-Y '27, '28, Orchestra '25, '26, He isn't lazy, hut he doesn't like lo work. HAZEL GALFORD "To climb steep hills requires slow pace at fini." ' N ANTHONY LEEBER Track '25, '26, '27, '28, Basketball '26, '27, '28, Football '27, '28. zflnd though he promises to his loss, he makes his promise good. GRETCHEN SHUMAKER Camp Fire '26, '27, '28, L. O. M. A. '273 Girls' Reserve ,27, '28, Pep Club '26, Stunt Nite '27. Happiness is contentment 'wilh the present. JENNINGS MARSHALL' Football ,25, '26, Basketball ,25, '26, '27, '28, Track ,255 Hi-Y 327, '28. Steady as the clock. ALEEN TALBOTT Camp Fire '25, '26, '27, '28, L. O. M. A. '25, '26, Glee Club '25, '26, All-Tournament Team '26, '27, Girls' Reserve '26, '27, '285 Stunt Nite '27, Pep Club '26. And virtues hath she many more than I , with pen have skill to show. 30 "' ""4'."f" "l'4 1923 w a n ... f ' 8 8 .mv 2 -----m- T: DTIIE 'rmrzn il 5 QKGNBMIZIKIJSIIKIIUQI5 w t- KATHARINE RUTH DAY Glee Club '25, '26, Camp Fire '26, ,27, '28, Basketball '27, '28, Stunt Nite '27. As merry as the day is long. ELLIS VEST Glee Club '25, Orchestra '25, '26, ,273 Question Club '27, '28, Football '27, Track '27, Hi-Y 'z8. And when a lady's in the case, V You know all other things give place. 4 . me ROSE PRAM Allegany High '25, '26, '27, Dramatic Club 325, '26, Debating Club '25, '26, Basketball '26, Captain, Public Speaking '27, E. H. S. '28, Tiger Staff. She may not get what she wants in this worlil, but past ani present success makes 'ns doubt it. i BONN BROWN Kingwood High '25, '26, Class Secretary '25, Class President '26, Track '25, '26, Basket- ball '26, E. H. S. Football '27, Basketball '27, Track '27. A good student and a loyal Senior. RUTH LONG She is like a rose. She has a golden heart. LEMMA HICKMAN Camp Fire 727, '28, She is the possessor of unconscious charm and a vast capacity for good times. 31 -S ' K egrewsia-uniuunzsauma l Ugglibldhlnlkld hl linllildsl ' Mai- 55 .,.,,,,,,m,,.,.,.,.,v, out t, 51 .ff 1 Q .. .,., ,..A,,,,. .,,- .... ..,.,, ,.. .,.. ,...,,.,Mf.,....- X211-fi-"'7"""fT'M'f"im"A N" W... , .,.. ,,.. . ..,, -. . -"""M' E- 45. my il 'iq F 1 , , .2 2 X , , ,.,.,.,.,........,. -e-.,-.-..,,.,,-.ma 32 I RUTH SUMMERS Girls' Reserve '26, ,27, 'ZS5 L. O. M. A. '255 Glee Club l25, ,285 Stunt Nite '27. I would be friend: with you amlhafve your love. GERTRUDE STALNAKER I Thoughtfuluexs maker a pleasant spice with which to flavor daily food. - WILDA SCOTT Camp Fire' '2S. A wirining way, a friendly smile, in all, a girl who is worthwhile. PAULINE WHITE Class Secretary 727. V Exhaustiug thought and living wisdom with each .vtudiaus year. OLIVE KERENS Each mind has in own, metho J. IRENE YUONNE SCHOONOVER Camp Fire ,25, ,26, ,27, '28. I believe that life xhould he well seasoned with the xpice, good time. ,214-f-'e.:...., 545-A "'--ima Qffi f f ff i 'L Y ffl -' 4lT - l l? 5 'Q 3 f' '-""""'1 1 l .'l' V 'UU' UGLR, Senior Class Poem Just a few more weeks of high school days, Then life's puzzle we'll solve in different ways. Its interest grows more for us, What has life in store for us? Together we've had our ups and downs, Together we've worn our smiles and frowns. just a few more weeks and we must part, With happy memories in every heart. All too soon we'll have to leave, And then will come the time te grieve. Some for college, some for home, Some for careers, and some to roam. We don't fancy life is spent on beds of ease, Fluttering the rose leaves, scattered by the breeze. So we go to our task, to conquer or die, And learn our lesson, yes, learn it patiently. The house each shall live in, we'll build day by day, ,Twill stand firm as rock or crumble away, Inasmuch as we have planned it with patience rare, Nor forgotten to lay the foundation with care. 3 3 ,fx iiii vf' f " ' H gm. v- ...Q 1- .X -- u e, I UUA 1" LI' lfewmzuumuuauuaxuivt- Senior Class History BVS I. age-iffy EARLY four ears ago we stole into that strange and terrible lace, the great wilderness of, learning-Baby Tigers. We were frightenedpand knew not what to do. Soon, however, we began to be able to thread our way through the maze of the jungleland. We grew in confidence and wisdom. We soon 'TT' W" found Out we had not passed through all our trials. The older Tigers knowing themselves to be more experienced and stronger arrayed themselves against us. For pro- tection against their onslaughts we organized and selected the following chiefs of the pack' FINLEY COLLIER ......... ............. P resident JOSEPH NALLEN ...,.. ..,. V ice President JUNIOR GORDON ...... . ....,. Secretary MYRL KEPNER. . . ..,.. ..... T reaxurer We had learned the first step in jungle life. We were allowed one representative of our pack in the great council of Tigers. We even had a feast On one occasion. After this our wisdom grew until it was decided in the council of rulers that we might progress a step from our yearling state. A9653 II. This time we ourselves could impress our new-found strength and learning upon the yearlings. There were from our pack two of the best fighters for the Whole tribe. Some of our females also organized and were of benefit to the pack. In the battle for Ieadershig' among the packs we were not victorious, not knowing that we did not have as much experience as the old Tigers. CJBELJ III. When we became three-year-olds we were made painfully aware of our responsibilities in this honorable place in the tribe. We chose for our leaders in this jungle trail- HARRY MOORE ....,.. . . , . . ........ Great Chief .IAM ES ALLEN ....,... .... . .......,.... L ittle Clzief PAULINE WHITE . . . , , , , , , Recorder of Deeds LAWRENCE PEIRCE . . . Keeper of Treasury 3 4- -14, 1. .rugs-1. .t . 'V Hit, "HK We gave a great feast, rich with much Cats, for the four-year-olds in a wide and good hunting ground. As we neared the end of our third year, there came stalking through the maze of our jungle learning, the necessity of setting down on the jungle records, the grim tole of our conquests and feats during our Wilderness life, that would last forever. A990 IV. Our importance as four-year-olds weighed heavily upon us in our last year in the wil- derness. We began our attempts at a memorial to our pack early, and our struggle lasted far towards the end of the year. We gave a dramatic presentation which called forth many howls and cries of delight and also produced some much-needed aid to the completion of our journal. T hu: have we learned the rule: of the jungle Without too many a min or a bangle, Ana! now rlo we leave it with a great deal of gladnefr And yet somewhat of a queer little sazlnexs. Thursday, April 19, was unique in the experience of, both teachers and students of Elkins High School. On that day the Seniors took entire charge of the school. Harry Moore, the president of the class, acted as principal. Other Seniors taught classes, supervised the library and kept study hall. The experiment was undoubtedly a great success. The Seniors showed excellent preparation, the co-operation of the other students was splendid, and there is no doubt but that the faculty enjoyed an unexpected vacation. The present Senior class hopes that this Senior Day will become an established custom of the school, and that it will prove as worthwhile to other classes as it has to this one. 3 5 l 4. . -1 ii . ' 1- c ,, . . .- a -, mb USER zewvuniwiwfwiwiw' Class Prophecy CGQA "fX.gQ,?3'f ANY years have passed and high school, that great step on the road to life, has bcen left behind. Spring comes, and one is reminded of the day, when in stately cap and gown, he slowly walked across the stage to get that hard-earned sheepskin, fearing that at almost any moment he may trip and sprawl over the f"fr15eXk"f floor, throwing that precious diploma one way and knocking his cap the other. Although it may be difficult to realize that the happiest and most carefree years of one's life have been those four years, perhaps more, of high school, it is true. Friendships break up and comrades part, perhaps never to meet again. College life is wonderful, but during those busy years one must be thinking of what position he will maintain in this fickle world and one cannot be so carefree. One day in spring, while I was walking along crowded Broadway, I wondered about those classmates of '28 and how they were spending their lives. Passing an old and shabby house I noticed a sign saying: MADAME GAZE RNA1CRYSTAL GAZER Tellf About Yourxelf and Your Friend!-82.00 The sign came almost as an answer to the question running throughmy mind. I hesitated before the entrance, then "Why not?" I asked myself. Perhaps the woman may be able to tell me of the present destiny of my friends. I then pressed the bell under the sign whereupon the door was opened by a sleepy-eyed young man, who evidently had been carried away into the land of mystery and fate by appearances. He led me up some dark, rickety stairs into a small room shrouded in dark curtains. Upon my entrance, I was left entirely alone, the sleepy-eyed young man having disappeared. The dark curtains parted and a woman with a mass of black hair framing a white face with luminous black eyes appeared. She was dressed entirely in black with no color whatever and she carried a large crystal, which she placed upon a small table. She motioned for me to be seated opposite her. Then speaking for the first time since her entrance she asked me in a low and soft voice what I wished to know of Destiny. "I would like to know something concerning my class- mates who were in Elkins High School in ,28,,' I replied. She gazed into the crystal with those deep-searching eyes, seemingly lost to the world, and began to state in that low and monotonous voice that which I have written here. Nora Gray is manager of the Ray Hill Shoe Shining establishment. Carrie Virginia Wilt is a famous prima donna having begun her career when in the cradle. Virginia Woodford is writing editorials in the Notley Daily on "How to Make a Home Out of a Two-Room Apartmentf' Harry Moore is president of Mexico with Maggie as first lady of the land. Nathan Hall, Jr., is Fritz Kriesler's only rival in casting spells over audiences by his music. Kent Watring is in Paris where wine, women and song prevail. Margaret Taylor, because of her great talking ability, is a saleslady. Armistead Fredlock is lecturing in Chautauqua on "How to be Amusing Without Feelf ing Self-Consciousf, 36 . Q . . g ly,f g g,4'. l4hii1u.l.n,!4mn.n.mo.u if V THE TIGER 'fu James Allen is preparing to beat Bill Tilden at his own game. Madalee Robinson has succeeded Nita Naldi in the movies as a dangerous vamp. Lawrence Gilmore has published his famous book on "How to Bluff Teachers Success fullvf, Richard Keim has combined the Murphy Co. with the Gaither Coal and Ice Co. Neil Daniels is a noted chemist having his laboratory at Beverly. Francis Hamlin is a successful rum runner on the Atlantic Coast. Mary Lingamfelter is doing the Charleston in a naughty night club. Constance MacCorkle is lecturing Hollywood movie stars on f'How to Remain Thin and Beautiful." Gretchen Schumaker is still trying to decide which will make the 111OSt suitable husband Pat or Woodrow. Margaret Coberly is demonstrating the latest style in hair cuts in a leading Parisian Beauty Parlor. Lawrence Peirce is aiding bashful boys in their love affairs. Joseph Manning is raising a crop of whiskers and children. Sheffey Hart has succeeded his father as Justice of the Peace. Glenn Watring is singing the L'Swcetheart of Sigma Chin in Metropolitan Opera. Geraldine Workman is his accompanist. Tony Leeber is selling pop corn at a notoricus road house. William Buzzerd is the other man in the latcst divorce scandal of Hollywood. Ruth Ashby is teaching dancing in Honolulu. Virginia Shipman is the leading chorus lady of Ziegfield,s Follies. Everett Taylor, sad to say, has gone astray-moonshine. Wilda Scott is proprietress of the Coalton dance hall. Ellis Vest is jazzing away with Paul Whitmanls orchestra. Frank Latham is on the "College Humorv staff in the joke Department. Marie Preysz is basketball coach at Vassar. Dorwin Talbott is touring the world, still sowing his wild oats. Eleanor Sleeth is a missionary in China. Perhaps she'll find a husband there. Delphia Love is demonstrating fer the Cinnamon Lipstick Co. Pauline White is Christy's latest art model. Kathleen Conner is lecturing on "How to Keep That School Girl Complexion." Howard Myers is flying "High, High Up in the Hills." lrene Schoonover is still the flap flappin' flapper. Annie Wolfe has a flower shop on the cornfr of Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Delmar Moore is broadcasting bedtime stories frcm station WXYZ. Erma Shipman is still looking for a fat husband. Lemma Hickman is singing "Who Do You Lovel' to Hugh. Bonn Brown is the petted sheik of Broadway,s chorus girls. lrene Moore is an evangelist, preaching on the sins of the younger generation. Edith Boone is giving lectures on "Why l Am So lntelligentf' Pauline Collete is Ziegfield's latest find for his chorus of Titian Beauties. Pearl Bragg has inheritccl a million and is singing "Who VVants a Rich Wife." Virginia Taylor is the society editor for the Kerens Daily News. Clair Corley is proprietor of the Palace Theater at Roaring Creek. Pauline Enlow has taken Annie Laurie's place in writing "Advice to Girls" for the Elkins lnter-Mountain. Ruth Day has become a famous aviatrix and flown far, far away from her cousin. 37 fx. -iiininainnzsiai7iL i4uau.o.n.i4sr4m.ma.4. gg, A i 1 P1 v w N 'L-. V S 'lm' UMR Hazel Day has written her opinions on "Why Girls Leave Home." Mary Pritt is a merry widow in the South Sea Islands. Audley Ashby has established a correspondence school to enable students to finish high school in six years. Joe Lantz is a lounge lizard at the Wilt house. Rose Fram is running a beauty shop in Africa. Irene Rowan is tutoring unintelligent pupils in a variety of subjects. Ona Campbell is selling Fords to the Chinese. Beulah Pingley is married to a Scotchman who treats her reluctantly. Hazel Simons is running a jitney bus in Los Angeles. David Meadows is hunting lio-ns in Africa, which will make a man out of him. Nell Ferguson is unmarried, having decided that her four sisters are more entertaining than a husband would be. Myrl Kepner and Earl Channel are playing football with the famous team, the Butterflies. Louis Caskey is a candidate for President of U. S., being so learned in problems of democracy. Virginia Kratzer is posing as a model for Wrigley's Chewing Gum. Woodrow Channel is toll gate keeper at Shumaker's Crossing. Hugh Phillips is part owner of L. Goldberg's Department Store. Bernadine Talbott is soda jerker at Gilmore's, Inc. Hazel Galford has become famous by her publication "How I Overcame Bashfulnessf' George Wolfe is a very gay young man. He is often seen in the notorious night clubs of New York. Edith Weese and Gertrude Stalnaker are doing charitable work among the tenament dwellers of New York. Edgar Poling is a commercial traveler, selling Edna Wallace Hopper Cosmetics. Forest Pritchard is a famous surgeon in Cuba. David Shockey is an Apache living in the Apache district of Paris. 4 Glenn Nay is a successful business man in Mexico Citv having all kinds of adventure. Sallie Talbott is living in a luxuricus apartment in New York where many men are lured by that "come hitherl' look in her eyes. Wayne Powers is a wealthy old bachelor spending his time writing novels for the "College Humorf' Langley Cobb is a Senior at Yale, still trying to bully lower classmen who are larger than himself. Eddie Russell and Ruth Long are dancers of renown on' the Parisian stage. Velva Bland is owner of a farm for homeless cats and dogs. Florence Lamb is in Russia lecturing on the disadvantages of Bolshevism. Ruth Summers is cooking and darning for Harry. 28 . 'llKllNllHliI1iIll-ilL lAlnldhh!LllkldL0l'LIdu. al .'h is be at Va- H 1- li 'rm 11 K fe L . --n . nnnanous'a.4n.ewsn:-4.-M, g W ' "V, , A 112 S uuwunzmcxm t avn Senior Popularity Contest GIRL BOY Most Typical E Most Studious Best Looking Best Dressed Most Musical Most Courteous Most Literary Most Dependable Most Popular . H. S. Student Edith Boone Mary Lingamfelter Carrie Va. Wilt Aleen Talbott Geraldine Workman Best Actor or Actress Best All-Round Athlete Best All-Round Sport Fattest Leanest Biggest Pest Witriest Worst Flapper or Biggest Sheik Best Qualities of Leadership Best Loved Mary Lingamfelter Mary Lingamfelter Edith Boone Carrie Va. Wilt Carrie Va. Wilt Wilda Scott blames Allen Lawrence Peirce Joe Lantz Richard Keim Junior Hall A Joseph Manning Lawrence Peirce Harry Moore Harry Moore Margaret Taylor Mary Pritt Virginia Woodford Madalee Robinson Mary Pritt Virginia Woodford Edith Boone Emily Barry 39 Joe Lantz Ellis Vest Myrl Kepner Woodrow Channel Junior Hall Armistcad Fredlock G. Watring, A. Fredlock Myrl Kepner Harry Moore Barnard Bruffey l a . - Lff 1 - A IRE TIGLRY1 LQfI5i7il5l3i'lIlifBW4' -M To Whom We Owe Appreczdtzbn CML WE, THE SENIOR CLASS, WISH TO EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION TO 65534135 QARRY ' AND CQWR. QRUFFEY FOR THEIR INVALUABLE HELP AND LOYALTY TO US THROUGH OUR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER-ESPECIALLY IN OUR SENIOR EVENTS. 40 . ' ,'llNllKllEl" al ' ' ilK 'L AlA'Lldhlglk9JhIl'hlJl.Idh. A K ' 1 , 1 ' ' ...,-rms. 4 1 x 1 1 1 1 4 . -. ,., 0 , 2 i x , is. X el jx f' N A xd id' L K lk 2 ---' ,fv-vsfvvwvvW"VW'W'W'V V'W'W'5Q 'pil'-EE , : WWWW 44 QL-5 ,, iz' wf' ' ' - -:E ' i if l VU- 44 v g ' gg g igiiiiaiiii, 2 E5 X, Hliiiil i 3 5 4 E- P 0 11 E R g ' D ' -1- 4 1 'gg , f 45 f ff M ' 1 1 5' - K lf! I Af ' ' 9 in 155 ' I k 9 QE' r I N gy, fi 'gg - n.n gi 6 1 4 E E H A E Q Q 1 HW Q V, ES' ' A aww .am ia. in .memvs.4w.s14s..'A4,4A.as1a1v21 fifb'2"fN'Q' is aa' ,AQQAAAQA f"N, - -is AL aa- fm A -is A si' Zr 63 by '22 Q gg. r ,L - s o Xp 1. I ff if N ' q K Nqfa . C JTUNICODR 12 WI -1 lf Q5 0 MW 2 ...-gif, ' . -"' ga 1 --'S--E' G wx Q7 N' fi 3 iimmmmg we , Q 9:3 i "M AAN Q A A ,l,l, , ,V1l, , . .i1 . . .iA . A, .,.1. . . . ' fm ' ' ' ' ' ' 'l'l'i M , ,A, + - - 1 f A - + - A A A A K A A ui. 8 ,,,,, .... fi- if... 't , ' ' ' ' 'A L-. I' 'P " "' U"L1fWDlgersmvuaumumzuuu ' Junior Class 'D OFFICERS Preiizient ....,,..... ..,...,..... ............., A R LTON HOOKER Vice Prerirlem ,,... , .......... ,JACK PARMALEE Secretary ....... ...,. G ERALDINE TRICKETT Treasurer ..., .... V ELMA DURRETT GNXED CLASS ROLL Fretwell, Guy Little, Robert Patterson, Francis Phillips, Donald Pritt, Clarence Baker, Margaret Biller, Juanita Bowers, Greta Burke, Mildred Canfield, Hallie Cole, Elizabeth Crawley, Genevieve Dailey, Tensie Mae Douglas, Vera Hokman, Ella Kelley, Mary Guinn, Dorothy Kelly, Aileen Martin, Eleanor Kimble, Audrey Poling, Georgia Ray, Gertrude Simmons, Genevieve Stiffler, Thelma Wright, .Nataline Ball, Herman Boxwell, James Day, Cecil Phillips, Hugh L. Pritchard, Walter Talbott, Carroll Thacker, Verle Thacker, Vernon Wilhelm, James Bennett, Mildred Comber, Ada Harwood, Alberta Ervine, Thelma Phillips, Clara Mills, Thelma Digman, Ruth Doyle, Ethel Ersinger, Mary A. Hinchman, Gertrude Pritt, Beatrice Okernick, Pauline Trieber, Elda Gaither, Jeneatte Barnard, Bill Cole, Kenneth Dudley, Edward Gates, Denver Godwin. Harold Hart, Marion Keim, Robert Heavener, Lester -F int, Owen Currence, Hugh Moyers, Arlie Donahue, Vincent Sandridge, Herman Hostettler, Alfreda Radcliffe, Patricia Trickett, Geraldine Whiteman, Bernice Opal, Jessie Sponaugle, Ostella Thacker, Wilma Whetzell, Maggie Wyatt, Inez Baker, Dan Barbe, Virgil Kerens, Olive Shreves, Opal Boseman, Dorothy O'Conner, Margaret Adams, Winifred Barrow, Hilda Carpenter, Myrtle Durrett, Velma Gainer, Rena Harris, Virginia Hickman, Mildred Morris, Ruth Perry, Harriette Pizzaferrato, Frances Delph, Edythe K. Jackson, Evelyn Moss, Marie Whiteman, Lila McCauley, Ada Ashby, Melvin Brown, Dorran' Channell, Carl Engler, Roy Goldberg, lsador Martin, Clay Parmalee, Jack Ward, Mary Woodford, Harold Hansford, Rowland Clark, Lafe Flanagan, Orra Lee Florentino, Julia Green, Willetta Hamlin, Agnes Antoline, Tony McCusker, Pauline Nicols, Madge Phares, Mary Belle Stevers, Anna Lee Underwood, Alma Wolverton, Ruth Daniels, lvan Price, Donald Harrold, Wayne Hooker, Arlton Richard Mayo Murdock, Boyle Powers, Earl Phillips, Chester Zirbs, Charles 42 1, l8lll lIillililZSIilIIL l41hllhl4L lLId ,. 4'4 ff-A--QAMA . .av ...,,,,...-.,,,-,-, -AJ V' W' ll, T '-' 5523713 75326169 ff-fm e jyffafa' , ,ymg I ffkf-aff! ffm: 'Wy 5 Wm-es ff? Gsrvz ez w we Jlfrnma T awww 2?f'0Wfl pfzify fabwrf ffflhffl 529.14 Affeff Mm ffdlgff ,fy-vo? fzshkw fflyrfh Velma ffaffvfl' Wafifz 43 PM lhllihlli L IIB! I , S - ,- I V ' 5 ' ' 4' . if E'-.,F1'4'7"""fi:'1ii:i1?TTffEET.Zi?' - :---' i i ' ',-,1f.i-.,.,:+-if-5 f '3'-?i-w1 ,t,- azrua a n m ? Ul m: . qp m ausr 'a n aakff Ev Dane is 44 -nuuvgnngiyl . ln'-l.n.a4mn-sauna. . E' ,,--"j"'xK7xv 1 fxv 1 X ,Www 2 gglkwh C? 1 fx ' " M - :?.X 4 W 1 gg 35 43 5 5 , Y' M A 4A p 2 5 A ' QQNKV' Q4 :Q mi...--' 5 1 di' Q 15 ' if , ,Q 'f 2' r M2 2 ff , W 2 EP M . fi 'A' V Jaugujfmnl ia is' 5 ' I Q91 : V. .F 45 gf, ? A A 'D : FTD -E Q MQMAQLQ1 9 F s L,-'id E' A 'A' A C T79 N EZ E D' ff ff lx, 2-lax ES si f i Qy I 1. Wd.: 591' QM 4' 1' 3 PH 1 -- f ' ? ' ie 5' 6 , 1 ' 0 N ':f,f-H, 'QQNTY J ., Nm Q e e -1- - - ' ' ' 'l' ' ' A 1 ff L! if Q f isa "" ' it -:,3 Q -1"i-A-A--A--A-SVA L.:-A' l'A' 'M m 9 me?-2" 'iii'-F' IT THE i""1eH1' T 1 Presiflem HARRY SI-IELTON Allen, Garratt Buzzell, Richard Chanriell, Elmo Coberly, Robert Dye, Donald Gainer, Gerald Goddin, Howard King, Clarence Lantz, Bernard Lough, Harry Lough, Ren Wilson, Henry Wingfield, Buddy Bennett, Betty Daft, Elizabeth Day, .Genevieve Dibacco, Rita Fisher, Mary Louise Gaither, Charlotte Gawthrop, Ruth Hedrick, Jessie Heltzel, Lillian Jones, Mable Keller, Evelyn Kump, Elizabeth Kump, Margaret Rennix, Marie Simmons, Hilda Stalnaker, Rose Talbott, Lucille Wamsley, Lillian Wilt, Mary Jane Woodford," Lorraine Collette, Chester Davis, Joe Gardner, Harry Hall, William Hart, Earl Harrold, Amos Hickman, Burley Hodges, Thurman lsner, Donald lsner, Herman Sophomore Class Offs. Vine Prefident Secretary RICHARD BUzzEL MARC9ARkI'I' KUMP CLASS ROLL Long, Joe Meadows, Jason Moats, Woodrow McEldowney, James Rice, Ward Sherman, Paul Simmons, Charles Teter, Herman Wilt, Gray ' Williams, Joe Baker, Frances Beathe, Willetta Biller, Owenta Bollton, Allettra Fredlock, Mary Louise Harwood, Betty Jeffers, Margareti Kerns, Ocie Phillips, Martha Satterfield, Evelyn Shaffer, Marguerite Stalnaker, Cecelia Stiffler, Mary E. Sturms, Thelma Fiddler, Fielding Gilmore, Taylor Harshbarger, Stuart Lee, Walter Mallow, Guy Nichols, Robert Phillips, Alby Reid, Carl Ward, John Bennett, Fannie Bullivant, Vivian Cummings, Louise Dailey, Mary Enlovv, Anna Everett, Vivian Fisher, Mary E. Hartman. Virgic Johnson, Mildred Kelley, Juanita Knott, Rosealyn Marshall, Laura Martin, Eileen Morris, Helen Powell, Pauline Rasulis, Josephine Sponaugle, Goldie Taylor, Eula Wilmoth, Clorice Dennison, Ralph lsner, Clifford Lee, Sterling Ringler, John Trahern, John Trickett, Richard Vanscoy, George White, Raymond ' Whiteman, Ernest Wilson, Robert Wolfe, Luther Wallace, James Ayers, Georgia Boserman, Katherine Burke, Hazel DeLaney, Josephine Duckworth, Marguerite Goley, Helen Grimes, Beatrice Hall, Eloise Hanger, Daisy Harouff, Francis Hinkle, Genevieve O'Connor, Edith Orris, Martha Pingley, Ruth Phillips, Katherine Preysz, Louise Pritt, Dorothy Riffle, Clara Rennix, Gladys Sinsel, Maudeline Slaughter, Maudie Sleeman, Louise 46 1 liOliIIliIIKIRIIBIilllL ldLllLlJl-llhldhllhldx g, Tremurer LILLIAN HELTZEI, Smith, Mildred Snyder, Lorena Spiker, Mary Thomas, Olive Wamsley, Ada Johnson, Rhoda Brown, Edward COX, Robert Bishop, Richard Harper, Ronald Harshbarger, Harry Howes, Otto Joseph, Pete Kelley, Robert' Knaggs, Owlen McCusker, Eugene Moore, Carl O,Dell, Harold Ray, Calvin Scott, Wayne Shelton, Harry Simmons, Richard Taylor, Hale Dye, Edgar Seitz, Benjamin Booth, Ortha Bowers, Philipine Cross, Waneta Doerr, Dorothy Greene, Evelyn Kovash, Helen Meadows, Olga Mouse, Bessie Rowan, Reta Schoonover, Katherine Shipman, Edna Steele, Winifred Sylvester, Mary Tolbard, Madge Tolbard, Margaret Triplett, Winifred Hinchman, Thelma in 'lf 'VH E Tm "1" Zlwxanavuauuauuauenn- 47 S lllllllllllllilllllll pldhllhl IJBIILOJQIJ5. ...gym M-., 111.152 II nnmumnnuuuum ,c3k A I "' "Q gfwwmnaam nzuesua nfl CLRG QR QT C, y- R vkk lem.. jahnrlqrjavi GK Mus CDQ71 CLQM I ruxxii L giihi QW' QIKS 3 Q3 il fi. f-QT navy an 71 oi King NOT SO LONG 'AGO 48 A ililliIUKIIEIililSllIilL ld'hldliJl.lJhllBl1Ll2. HQ 1 . L1 Xvilfwgfkv lim . Y U wsmq. Y , Wg VQQQ yay-il fwffl? v,,v f kiv-9 ,vv, Q -WM2'-'-""-'Mf""4"JWvWWwWVvJ' -'"-LNWWMWW-'A-WWW--N-'-W-'-' ,,,.,,6ayiw'+"-'W"'v'W " vV"4'VVvugrW,.,.. .................................. I' if 1 .................................. 0 E 194:65 X l J 1 Tia7Qc'Q S ,Pad X f .4-"Na -,.-1 K x s l , 4 " ' """' 1 g Eik U egg gi U QE? ' " 'X In 0 1' "' va V T 'W' , o A ze: Q 4 , fa 2 E: ses E, MNA 4 1 ei V f Y , 5 L Xh if , , na!! 53 ' ' if 74 I 4 44 ' N E: , 5? ,, -- 4 1 E? H one two Three Rn Q ' Q 1 A 4 Fkazwxamaj-f3..amm4aQwa. .m.aa. mwagfwmmm f IIE T 1 GFIi ' EH FRESH M BEEN ' E- N ' wwf Q ,. f Q M 1 I fi 3 J. Q Q X' X 5 M., M 87 H' 1 i!N" X - Q jg g i.g.3,,.g2.:.:f.jwx.3.91 .1.1, wg., ,.g.g.1.Q.g Q .i.3f.f.:Q1 .,.ff,. Q 1-1 -:-1-:-1- ,QQ Lvl f --:-V-:-r-:- : .-1-.L -f-: i -were -.-:-:-L-V L 0 LW ,,W ,,WW ,,i , +, A . , A , , A A . 1 A . 4 . + ggi - gf' ,.'- . , ,,L', , Y Vy-VAn A Q.'A . 4f'L M V, mn H Y . ' s vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vmvvvvvvvv gfwu' : N I N n u u M N -e--e--- -I ' it-II'm 'rluiunxx It st' - ,,, feas azuauauuzuouun - Prerizlemf VIRGINIA MOORE Adams, Nellie Antoline, Lena Antoline, Mary E. Andrick, Dora Baker, Elizabeth Barb, Vera Barkley, Samuel Bartgis, Dorothy Bell, Ora Black, Evelyn Blank, Warren Freshman Class S ecrelary GWQ-D and Treasurer WOODROW WILSON CLASS ROLL Gainer, Helen Gaither, Katherine Gilmore, Vera Goodin, Juanita Godwin, Brown Godwin, Lyndall Goodwin, Kathleen Green, James Green, Thomas Haddix, Elizabeth Haggerty, Louise Leake, Audred Lingamfelter, Anne Mamin, Harry Manning, Robert Marine, Victor Marshall, Mamie Martin, Harriet lVIartin, Roscoe Maxwell, Charles McDonald, Kathleen McGaughy, George Vice Prerirlefzt HARRY HARROLD Riffle, Mary Roy, Freda Roy, Ollie Rudd, Charlie Russell, Margaret Sell, Hurl Schmidlin, Louise Schoonover, Freda Shaid, Lloyd Shaw, Carrie Shirley, Virginia Bonnell, Stanley Boyles, Lawrence Burke, Joe Buzzell, Edwina Buizzerd, Neil Caplinger, Hester Chcnoweth, John Chenoweth, Mildred Harper, Alice Harper, Juanita Harper, Opal Harper, Verle Harris, Anna Harris, Eva Harris, Loetta Harris, Mary Harris, Oman Meadows, Charles Moats, Mary Moore, Nedra Moore, Virginia Montgomery, Carl ton Morris, Roy Mosser, Aubrey Mylius, Ellie Neale, WinifI'ed Shockey, Frances Simpson, Harry Smith, Ruth Smouse, Betty Smouse, ,Richard Smyth, Lester Skidmore, Harry Sponaugle, Irwin Stalnaker, Neil Coberly, Guy Cooper, Velma Coontz, Gerald Conghlin, Bernard Conghlin, Germain Conner, Helen Conner, William Corrick, Hildred Countsf Myrtle Crawford, Gertrude Cropp, , Glenn Cross, Geneva Daniels, Clifford Daugherty, Joyce Day, Mary Day, James Davis, Clara Dennison, Howard Dyer, Hilbert Evrick, Sena Ferguson, Gladys Harrold, Harry Heavener, Virginia Hill, Lester Hill, Ray Hodges, Thomas Hynchman, Edna Hyson, Warren Isner, Katherine Isner, Lena Isner, Margueritte Johnson, Bessie Kepner, Earl Kerens, Freda Kerns, Beulah Kerns, Edna Kerns, Victor Keyser, Kathleen Kwins, Arro Lamb, Steve Lannon, Harry Nine, Ray Nutter, Lena O'Conner, Luda Parrish, Clair Parrish, Lorn Peters, Harry Phares, Burl I Phares, Edgar Phares, Irwin Phares, Ruth Phillips, Olive Phillips, Rovie Poe, Dale Poe, Flor Poling, Arthur Poling, Durward 'Poling, Mae Poling, Rosalea Powers, Ava Pritchard, Anna Staud, Mary Swisher, Elwood Talbott, Irwin Tallmon, Hugh Taylor, Roland Thomas, Opal Trahern, Forrest Trimboli, Magdalen Trimboli, Michael Vanscoy, Ruth Vint, Emma Wamsley, Helen Ward, Dorotha Ware, Phillip Weeks, Lillian White, Alice Whitecotton,Kathleen Whiteman, Eleanor Whitman, Grady Wilhelm, Dorcas Ferguson, Harry Feruson, Kitty Fisher, Jessie Galford, Earl Lantz, Bernice LantZ, Geraldine Lantz, Mollie Pritt, Ellis Quinn, Thomas Rainey, Roland SO S' lllllllkllhl lltllhl .............................. .-,...,-----,.e--.--,.,L.., 4 n 1 I . 1 . I . I . I - I I V NT"W'A"-'W' '-""""""i' Wilson, Woodrow Wilt, Genevieve Woodford, Irene ldhllhldkl lllllhllh . 7 ff' ' Q . .mu x 7 'VU l" 1 H' Mi Zkxszmavmauuur 'mum- 51 Ng S f nanozunnnunovunffnx? I' 1 - 'rum 456 5 5ZXfIV,5' N HIGH Q I IWA TCIIIFJ' Q? 5, 2 3 l928 Av:.1........-............. QFfS'Ellli4lllRllEIliEL' u u I .- .1 M'WWWMmM ' ' WM ""' .... ....... ........................... , W! ""WWl'l A WW .. .......... . .. 1' ,,,, . fWi"""N VW WX' l E551 ,z .W V .W :-. 1 .a X A x 4 A I 5 55 , 9, .,f - 1 -I: 1 11 k ,M, A, A 111. ? 1f.1 2 Eavwg l w7 vvvvQfv'v'sfvvvvvw v vw-wav?-QQ 3 5: 44 EE 'ff f 1 1 jr il: E5 EP , F3.-55,--: jiii " U Q4 -1' , Eb , l iff-1 - + fs -if 5? fx 1 1 'iii - 2 E, 'v u V' 'sf 5 EP 7 , M" f 4 5- if -1 ? 4 f 12,16 '35 44 f E: :z 1 TE is ,, iv f 'fb 41 V da 5' ' I X5 A gg' 1- Av KX 102' G4 ' " C' 2- ' RAE ' M Q -5 xg' y li L + v' L " mf? ' 4 .Ei 52' , P -2' 'Q E:u'a4vz4vs,m.52..z .4sUa. f2..31f.fmaam.Q.4sfg -:- - if gf A 33 5 fy THE TIGER f 5' ,ikkb H5 Kzzyzrrz E B K KKKKVVK K KKKVKV ,ILL 'ML 7 '-' A AN' X llfq f 1 QQ' ATH ILETHCS 9 , nifgndx ,NP QTCJJ Q N376 4 ,vxwhh ..,. 5 E!i...4 .... WK v .A'2 X ? A X43'q. 62-f.e..1..e.f 5.5 N Q7 f 0 amd' 4444 LQY YQ Ss E3 A A A 1 EQ Qhg.g.g.3.1.a3.3.3r.-.g.g.3.g.l,,.3,Q.-1-iff.-51.1.1.3.3.g.l,:.-.i.-:-t-'-:-:.g.3.,-,-g-fa-1-, .04 C 6xeQ,f" ---' - f-1-'C-1-5-,f-ii-UJUC-I-5i-1-Z-,2-L-If-1-:ill-:-1-:-5-L-3-'om-'-i-,-L-3615 j: A A . + A , 4 A , A A , + A i . A A . . + . A,A,K . . , f g, f V 2,, . , ,J-,.,x,,.,f,.Q..a.,,.L..1..,L... . , , . -A u M -1-M7 Y "' fx Q num' 'N- -M .-.-- . Q 'A P 'MLM ,B - 'f y 'IM ' THE TROPHY CASE 54 azuaauazrs uun a- 19128 lana4nu.amn.1nxo iz A W 1 -Q 1H'l in FK' P' bm G 1 -. .. ,- V- 1 -,...... ' '6llHll!ilKlliIlHlk".x59 C e ' ' ' idvfwwawimluwnuwauusun' Elkins High School Trophy Case ' QD The first official athletic team ever to represent Elkins High School was in the year 1910-1911, when Principal C. W. Jackson organized a basketball team from the thirty or forty boys in the school at that time. Although Elkins High won the three game series with the Y. M. C. A. Cubs that year, no trophies were awarded. The next year Elkins was undefeated against all opponents in West Virginia, and claimed the championship, which carried no t1'ophy at that time. How- ever, in 1914, the Tigers won the first tournament ever held in West Virginia, and acting President Haught presented Captain Leslie with a beautiful silver loving cup. Our nest egg failed to attract other tokens of victory until the season of 1918-19 when the teachers of the school donated a cup to the school, which was to be awarded each year to the class showing the best organized cheering at the annual lnter-Class Tournament. The Class of ,IQ saw the need for a place to keep our prizes, so they donated a fine trophy case to the schooli The Class of 721 presented a cup to be awarded the Winning boyls team in the inter-class tournament. The next trophy, a wall plaque, was received by the 1921 track team which won the sectional meet. ln 1922 George H. Coffman presented a cup to girl winners of the lnter-Class Tournament. The IQ22 and 1923 teams were Winners of the sectional meets and received wall plaques which were awarded by West Virginia University. The Elkins cheering delegation won the rooting championship at the Buckhannor Tourney and were awarded the T. W. Haught cup. The next things to enter the growing collection was the Monongahela West Penn Public Service Co. Cup, as a reward for win- ning the last Monongahela Valley League Tournament ever held at Fairmont, and the basketball the game was played with. in which Elkins defeated Wadestown 4.5-3. ln 1924 Elkins cheering delegation won a silver cup for honors at the first Broacldus Sectional Tournament. The Tiger rooters again won the cheering cup at the Broaddus Tourney. Wesleyan College presented Captain Downs of the 1926 state champions with a regulation size silver basketball. We also got the ball that the final game was played with, in which Elkins beat Point Pleasant 16-12. At the national tournament at Chicago, we were pre- sented with the basketball, with the score engraved on it, of the game won against Chicago fNew Triesj 24-16. The track team won the Sectional Championship in 1926, and was awarded a handsome wall plaque by West Virginia University. ' For the first time in the three years of its existence Elkins won the IQ27 Broaddus Tournament and Captain Donohue was presented the official wall plaque of the W. Va. H. S. A. A. by Broaddus College. The ball used in the championship game, which we won over Richwood 20-7, resides in our case. Our cheering delegation won a cup for second place in rooting. The Class of 727 presented a large silver cup to be awarded the winning class of the cheering contest at the annual lnter-Class Tournament each year. The 1927 track team again won the West Virginia University Plaque, as sectional champs. The Class of '25 left a fund of thirty dollars to build a larger trophy case to house our growing collection. This case will be finished this spring. ' ss i lilliliillilil lUll llLllLlJlulJhl1lHlJ'l.IdL 'inane' , 'namazmrtzm If V ,N 1 e gf g V -'QXS- lllillhl l . 1 i i 'wrt ff -ex ' rss New I i it .. , . - .mm THE FOOTBALL SQUAD Football Coen Elkins High School faced one of the hardest line of teams it had ever faced at the beginning of the season. People were wondering what kind of a team would be turned out. ln the Parsons game it became an evident fact that Coach Wimer had a football team that was going to be hard to beat. As the season progressed that fact became more and more evident. With the defeat of West Side to the tune of 44.-O all Elkins fans looked forward to the Morgantown tilt. Elkins had scored SI points on the two Fairmonts, Morgantown had done likewise. A large crowd of rooters journeyed to Morgantown to see Elkins' greatest football team fall to their opponents, to the score of 6-0. It was the first time Elkins had been scored on during the year. The Elkins rooters realized that Morgantown had a great team, but they also realized that Elkins would have won had not two or three of the several breaks nroved fatal. Elkins finished the most successful football season in the history of the school, by defeating Grafton 85-O. 56 19218 get-.LQL-I-vw-I as-v Q er' e- ' v 'HIE 'UGERO Qfwwmumnwuvumuw-.-f Martin, D. Talbott, Simmons, Zirbs and Vest starred in the backfield while Watring and Kepner Starred in the line. The work of the Whole team was remarkable, and the very successful Season placed Elkins Second in the valley. Elkins Scored a total of 301 points to their opponents 6, a total of 30 points a game. Too much credit cannot be given to Coach Wimer, and our hats are off to him and the squad. On the official all-state team Kepner was placed as guard, while Rice earned E1 berth at the same position on the Second team. Several of the Elkins team got honorable mention, and in the placing of the teams, Elkins was put in a group two, a very honorable position. At the annual football banquet, Zirbs, who playcd his third year at end, was elected 1928 captain. This election promised Elkins a fighting leader for the following season. HOME GAMES September I6 September 24. . . . . . Alumni I3-7 . , . . .Parsons Q4-0 If , GNN9 Scores GAM ES ABROAD October 7 ., .....,.. Shinnston 6 October 22 . . . ,,.Buckhannon 22 October I . , , . Charleston I3-o-N.f'Zei, October 29 . . , , . . Weston 3.3 October I4 . . . . ,East Side 7-O November 5 ' . . . . .Fairmont 44. November Il ......,.. Philippi 39-0 November IQ ....... Morgantown O November 24. .,..,..... Grafton 85-O E.!!,,!'h 5 'Y V up A 3 lg, relay 05,51 - OfPO"12""f'f - t3 MYRL KEPNER, CHARLES ZIRBS KENT VEST ELLIS VEST WARD RICE CAP'l'. QR9 Letter M en EVERETT TAYLOR HERMAN BALL CHARLES SIMMONS CORAL TALBOTT CLAY MARTIN DELMAR MooRE EARL POWERS DORWIN TALBOTT AIvIoS HARROLD DENVER GATES 57 3 CLARENCE PRITT FRED PARMESANO EARL CHANNELL TONY LEEBER FRANCIS HAMLIN ' 1 'T is-f 1703917 FT - if " ' MGR ,4-'------Q V . , is.. ...--..s---.-..--,..... . -f -1 .14 T g I .SX .....::'..........,..... E.,.:J:u' 'Y U3 ,J MM' ' ww Basketball for 1928 alfa LKINS HIGH SCHOOL opened its very successful basketball season shortly KEQSQNXQQQ after football season was over. Fifty-two men reported to Coach Wimer at the opening session. Equipment was given out, and practice was started im- mediately. At first Coach handled the entire squad in one group, but later, 43T"'f" he divided the squad into two groups. Donohue and Marshall, regulars of last year's successful team were not eligible until the beginning of the second semester. Practice sessions were long and hard, and finally the squad got back down to a normal number. The first game was played against the Alumni. Even though the Tigers lost the first encounter of the season, to a fast, accurate and well-balanced machine formed by the two Glenns, Riley, Lutz, Woodford and many other "old stars", the Tigers showed sign of some real ability. Shelton and Heavner were new men to the team, while Leeber, Martin, Vest were rneu from last year's squad. The Tigers had two games with Creek, and in both encounters thev emerged victorious. Fairmont, West Side, State Champions in 1927, came to Elkins an went away with the Tigers' scalp, after a fast and furious game staged at the "Y" Gym. lt was the second time in six years for a defeat on the home floor. The first real trip of the year was the one to Weston and Buckhannon. The Tigers defeated Weston 24-IO, after score being IO-IO at the end of the third quarter. At Buckhannon they won by a closer margin, Heavner shooting the winning goal in the closing seconds of the game. 1 E1 After making their first foreign invasion, the Tigers settled down to a hard game, the opposition being furnished by Grafton. Grafton was taken into camp 29120. The Tigers then met the strong Philippi team, which was also defeated. Pennsboro visited Elkins for the first time in the history of the two schools, and re- treated with a stinging defeat. East Side, Buckhannon, and Weston furnished little op- position for the Tigers, and then they bumped into Morgantown. Morgantown had one of the smoothest teams to be seen on this floor in years. Leeber made a long one just before the gun cracked, to win by two points. The next trip of the year the Tigers played Grafton, East Side, and West Side, Fair- mont. ln the game with Grafton, Grafton upset the dope bucket, and beat the Elkins quint. Elkins then invaded Fairmont, and completely walloped East Side. West Side was next and even though they had already defeated the Tigers once, Elkins emerged victorious by a 22-20 count. This was a successful trip. . After gaining a short period of rest from the strenuous trip, the team entered the closing weeks with real pep. The hardest trip of the year was taken to Shinnston, and then Mor- gantown. The Tigers clawed their way to a win over Shinnston by a 25-23 score. Donohue scored 23 points for Elkins or a total of QZW. Even though Elkins had ,beaten Morgantown once already in the season, the Tigers dropped their game to Morgantown. At this time the team seemed to have become very independent and Coach Wimer spent several evenings regaining more teamwork. The team that entered the .Philippi Tournament showed more fight than at any other time during the season. Their victories over Tunnelton, Buckhannon and Richwood, gave gs . tm -m.mm r -.. 19:58 .t . ... ,,,, sr. lu .pr ..?Q5Z24g' L 'F ggi? Umelfgi 'HQL YIZIEI I UEUW them the opportunity of playing a worthy foe in the finals called Sand Fork. The final score of that final game was 45-II in favor of Elkins. This made twice in succession that the Elkins quint had brought home the i'bacon". Martin and Donohue made the all- tournament team, and they certainly deserved it. Three days after the tournament, Elkins played Philippi on the foreign court. They easily conquered this foe, and their last home appearance was with Shinnston. Shinnston brought a very smooth team to Elkins, but again the Tigers fought their way to a close but well-earned victory. Elkins won by the score of 35-32. The next thing for the Tigers to shoot at was the state tournament. Elkins in the opening game played Pennsboro, a fast and worthy opponent. Elkins defeated them again, making twice during the year. The next game was with Princeton, this team proving their strength by placing a man on the all-tournament team. Elkins again won, and in their contest met Shinnston, which proved their Waterloo. Even though Elkins was ahead ten points and only six minutes to play, the strong Shinnston quint tied the count in the closing seconds. In the extra period, Elkins tallied one point, while Shinnston got two field goals and a foul. The final score of that now historical game was 28-24. in favor of Shinnston. ln the semi-finals, Shinnston showed real ability, by defeating Parkersburg to a very musical tune. This placed them in the finals with a foe that proved more than strong enough. ln Flading, Wheeling had the smoothest player the writer has ever seen. He beat the coal miners nearly single handed, scoring most of the points and playing a remarkable defensive game. Martin and Donohue received honorable mention on the all-tournament teams, and then the successful basketball season was over. Donohue was picked on the all-valley first teamg Martin on the secondg and Leeber' on the third team. K9 5 v --.M ?-..,..-...-.. -W ,,--..., -.1-. il S , 2 5 4Ts:lr.':.:i::::::"-f4g:L7:::f.L:... ,fi in ' 0- TZ' 1 r v 5- " gn A V 4 , 'lm' UGE1' fy Y-WQY CAPTAIN WAYNE HARROLIJ BUIIL SIIAIIAN TONY LEEBER CLAY MARTIN THE TRACK SQUAD Letter M en AGQA LIQLAND BROXVN PIIILLIP HARNESS MYRL KEPNER CLARENCE PRITT ELLIS XIEST HPIRMAN BALL ICMERSON HARDMAN 60 .X WlI,L1AM TAYLOR WAYLANIJ CASTO GUY FRETYVELL FRANK LIEICIIER M1 928 ' f f Tgiiirs-:"' A xx! . ' ' ' . 'ix-W. v-L I THF- TIGER Elkins High School Track Summary, 1927 jg . Although very few Tiger track stars were left from the strong team of 1926, more interest was manifested in the great spring sport than in any previous year, and a large number of men from all four of the classes turned out for the first practice. The inter-class meet was a close contest till the final event with all classes scoring points. The Seniors finally came through the winner. In the first Alumni meet ever held the Tigers defeated the great "Sleepy" Glenn and his team of old stars by the score 7723 to 485. In the two annual dual meets with Parsons, the Tigers ran up the greatest number of points they ever have been able to register against their honorable and ancient foe. Elkins Went wild in the seventh West Virginia Sectional Meet to score the uneXp:ctcd total of 105 points to 35 for Parsons. The team w-on all but one first place in the regular events, while Parsons won the high jump, the only event we felt sure we could winiwith Shahan entered. Parscns won the special I-mile relay to qualify four other men. Elkins sent eleven men to Morgantown who scored fourteen Points to win fourth place in the state meet in which over sixty schools were entered. f ' Q:---1lc4f5'j9"1x:lrl4- The Record -Q 'QQ INTER-CLASS MEET Seniors 56 Sophomores 41 Juniors 25 Freshmen I3 E. H. S. 77WsiAlumni 4816 L. H. S. Q2 'f4Parsons 42 E. H. S. 81 iParsons GI SEVENTH ANNUAL WEST VIRGINIA SECTIONAL Elkins 105 Parsons 35 Davis 1 Thomas o STATE MEET AT MORGANTOWN Huntington I Parkersburg 2 Harrisville 3 Elkins 4 61 XX i-,,,,,,t I A l1 5 l 1Fle. ldiilHLlA'LlJEllln sauna. .X V I - 4 ' A, s-V ir . ,lf I -Z-1-1 nw' A .l UU' 19141 ixww fwfuufwuwunw- 62 ,W h lilRlllilHl'l'illSlllilL 1 5 4ldLll'hhl'LlllllLOJl'ds I1 4 ' V V V V N,.f...JQ - , 6 LW 555555555 5+ 5+ if Q-of f' 55 .5 5 5 -ref 'V 5+ YN 5+ 5 5+ 55555555 55 +5 +5 +5 +5 55 +5 Rig . +5 +5 +5 +5 +5 5 rf? +5 +5 55 +5 +5 +5 55 Q E E Y s K J N 1 1 i L 4 2 E I . , Y 1 J . 4 s i A 1 3 1 -4 .1 -Y ' "' , -L -Q u-vr.'.-- YY V img? ' " Y i ' 4' h Tb. -i-.--, Y nm.- H' 1 'f- ff1- -, ,,, . if iff P3 QF Ef'5 cl' hpfjg Q b COR ITS? Cffzfy ,ffiiff-,4fx, 5 5? 63 Jnnnlaannnnnl a lt, 5 , S ' " " "1'-"" . l 'A 1. I . ' ' 'I by . M:1'l-f.1."-'71.":g:',:f1 ' , A . .ul , X11 4-. f '- . ,...: " " TIG EZ-F . ,, ...A .. 1HE ER LM :-www-M. , U- Z Qi innerxs givf , 5 e?c0fzcfjQ'! c? Wifi? . LaKllKll'lHlSfUli.l'lSIlKlL llhllhllxllhldhlllllx , ,,4.Q+, . N n n n I 1 , 1 , ,, , - ,, ,ywv ,W ., , , . . , . - vZ.gig1?,.:,4 ,3.wgQg: X,-V - x f . 'Q 'Q' 'W V A Ev '-'Y"' M Wliiivffvvvii ""' v'.i-vivviiiii' W' "" 1 FI .1.1 1 .4.1:.11, .4.i.i.4,w, . . .4.f. , 4f.l,j.1Q.1 I .f.4,,. . . .4. .v , . . .4..A..,.. ..... A Q . ' M - M if-ff--1-55' G AQ - ........ ,...... . . .... ............... . 'i5v"1"v"v"1a1 Ei lllllllllltlllllluluuluwgwA'2f 'lv 'R'W'"WfllwllvluuNl 5: 5vvvvwvvfgfw'e'-vfvvravfwwvvdt xx vvvvwifgi X E1 W N 1: 5 rw E' ' fo-. 4 f " E , , ' .....,, ,,,. E? . ' Q 15 ,W .fvfsk , q ix 1 fr? V. fi -X ,gm E 3 A N . 'sy E, 'Q Cr' L C5 -2 W N I ei 'Z' X 'N 7 in Ref Q ig ,fsvgk .3 Q, E Hifi? J ? N EM E7 + M K J 5 FX WH fwf E2 Q? Agn5 Quo ,Q '42 ' 6 C9 l 5, I " ,gm 44 1 X EFS? l Eb KM X gk ci V - . ..R..,J Xi V J 4 EO 3. fgfxii " Zfq N-'wLZEfz2f1 E 451+ f 'K-X ' 3' Eb if -. S E NN . P.. kb -if f E E Q, .. aaa as A em as A. ap Q. A A A ima az. AA. vw! EE ,g :I at ,f ' 1 . . cf' V YLL,,+" IIIIIIIIMWQQ ,6 q EMQ,,gmuumulmmmliI Q 2 as X, I, ME s 1' ,,,,, ,..,, ga ................................................ EQ E A - 1 1 fam--amms-he-mf-w-mngawwf-A4-Mnfawem-awwA r-w--1-'--+--1-r-w--ww-522 'W W' A 1. A, A. lv 4, 11 41 I ,V ,, A',, ' , W ,M ug .4 I M u u n .Q oe u I 5 N 'E 'mm 'I ' l' " 1 "' ZYQQXQMIIYNIHHIZIIEIIIIIIISIUL' The Hi-Y Club GNND Prexiaferzl . , . ..., ...... ..... J A MES E. AI.LEN, AIR Vim Preriflent , . . . . LAWRENCE GILMORE Secretary ,,.. . , .KENNETH COLE Treasurer. . , . . WXLLIAM BUZZERD Sponsor .... ..,. J AMES E. FIDLER Sporzmr . , . . . . .... , . BAYARD GREEN MEMBERS Harry Moore Carl Channell George Vanscsy Richard Keini E1rl Channell Arrnistead Fredlock Richard Bishop Delmar Moore Woodrow Channell Dick Mayo Junior Hall Dorwin Wingfield Langley Cobb Frank Lathqm Hugh Phillips Elmer Moore Carol Talbwtt Wayne Powers Jennings Marshall Arlton Hooker Dorwin Talbott George Wolfe Glenn Watring Dan Baker Joseph Manning Howard Myers 66 l l1il3L llUlL l I -fl T f7'l'TT. -. If W 1 u I. 1 lf. gmwmauuawouua' 'unaw- Senior Camp F ire Girls Q13 Czmmfiafz .,....... ..... ..., M 1 ss ELIZABETH BULLIVAN Prerjflerzt ....... ...,. O RRA LEE FLANAGAN Senretary ,.... . . . MARGARET TAYLOR Treasurer. , .... MARl14I PREYSZ MEMBERS Ruth Ashby Lemma Hickman Virginia Shipman Edith Boone Hazel Day Ruth Day Mary Agnes Erzinger Orra Lee Flanagan Constance MncCorkle Marie Preysz Mary Pritt Irene Rowan Irene Schoonover Gretchen Shumnker Erma Shipman 67 i Wilda Scott Eleanor Sleeth Alecn Talbott Margaret Taylor Geraldine Workmali IUL IJL JI-Ill!!! l ids l - L S , - .... W W H, V W -f-:--. . , - amwwn-mm ' 4 K v 'S' n ' . Q " i14,fnflf.l3--..MW1 5 A. V. A. CLUB SOPHOMORIC CAM P FIRE 68 f",0dx.Q"'N,. :ig-i:,.-:i.h..N e' f in - 'PH Ei PNSIQBS A A A A A A A-4,66 H irrrr Y-WW' THE GIRLS, RESERVE THE PEP CLUB ?4,ff-QQ., f E, my r ,. M. w....x1- JA - -'X ffAf'+5fL,g:+4Q,3v v.. e Ni.. -WL A XNXQMI-U . W, W.-. . MW. WWW '77 - 7"-'T -. -...TW Q l H' "- " 1M4L'1umum'unuucuuuuuavv.- GIRLS' GLEF CLUB FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEF CLUB 70 .... --1 l'UllKllHlflilSlilllL glihllhhlhllillhl-lhllh ,.,,. '1'm'lcz: ERE ! BOYS' GLEE CLUB - O RC H E STRA 7 I 1 s I' ' utr tt " .. . .. . ...,...Y., V.,, -. ,ff -f-" .. 'Q -- f Y WWW WW W , Y. .W . , - . V 1 u ' 454- , -..n, . m,,Q1 LW -gmt-j ' gg, Y? lfQi,kS-NIIHIINIIKIIKIIUA Entertainments 1-33 GEORGIA PLANTATION SINGERS Four dusky negroes, hailing from the South, rendered a delightful program at the High School auditorium at the beginning of the school year. Several negro songs, some popular songs and some pleasing melodies made up the eveningis entertainment. Everybody appreciated the singers' ability. ' V FRENCH MARIONETTES Jean Gros' famous French Marionettes performance was given at the High School auditorium. The performance of the remarkable life-like dolls was greatly enjoyed by all. The mystery of the dolls was cleared when, at the end of the performance, a complete demonstration of their machinery was given. OLD FASHIONED CAKE WALK In spite of the downpour of rain, everybody gathered at the High School Gym to participate in the fun that was had at the old-fashioned cake walk given by the Seniors. Most of the cakes were walked off, the High School Orchestra furnishing the music. Several of the cakes were also sold at a bake sale the following day. The fishing pond attracted much attention. Everybody caught appropriate fish. For instance, Jimmy Fidler angled a corn cob pipe. The grab-bag also offered lots of fun. Another big at- traction of the evening was the fortune teller. Everyone was happy with his bright fore- casts for the future. The Freshmen, especially, were seen the next day casting shy eyes at eligible wives. The proceeds of the eveningis entertainment were to help with the finances of the "Tiger,'. ABIE'S IRISH ROSE "Abie,s Irish Rose" produced the usual laughs and roars when given here November 16. The side-splitting wise cracks were well received and given their merit. The pro- ceeds of the evening's entertainment were to help pay for our new scenery. SENIOR PLAY The Senior Play is a customary production used in most high schools, and is an annual affair that is looked forward to in Elkins. On the eve of December 2nd, the pully ropes creaked, the director called places, and the curtain ascended to display to the large audience, a shaking and quivering production of "The Youngest" by the Senior Class of 1928. After all the worries and cares of some four weeks of practicing and learning the lines, it was discovered that our mere amateurs were revealing to their public an almost professional production. The play was a delightful one in three acts. Joe Lantz, as the youngest, finally overcame his pestering family, with the help and love of Carrie Virginia Wilt, a 72 ' ' TTI Q ':?':, F V V! H E 1 I P' ERW gewmxusasanuunzruauuam' beautiful society girl from New York who was visiting the family. The humorous part of the play was portrayed by Margaret Taylor and Glenn Watring, the family pests. Ruth Jeffers, Kathleen Conner, Woodrow Channel, Jim Allen and Eleanor Sleeth each con- tributed their talents in a pleasing manner. Between acts the High School Orchestra furnished music that was greatly enjoyed. The ticket sale for the eveningis entertainment amounted to about S200.00, and after clear- ing all expenses the class was able to give 1575.00 to the financing of "The Tiger". SENIOR PARTY Miss Wilda Scott delightfully entertained the Senicr Class with a party given at the Tygarts Valley Tourist lnn. The cvening was spent in dancing and everybody had a fine time. PARNELL ENTERTAINS Emory Parnell who plays the famous one man band furnished an evening's entertain- ment on Wednesday, January 18, 1928. Mr. Parnell kept the audience roaring with his comic sayings and inipersonations. The music that Mr. Parnell furnished was enjoyed by all. The proceeds of the evening's entertainment went to help pay for our new scenery. HALLOWE'EN PARTY On Friday night before Hallowe'en, the Juniors gave a masquerade Hallowelen Party for the Seniors. lt was held in the high school gym which was artistically decorated in orange and black. There were many clever costumes on display. The prizes for the best were awarded to Edith Boone and Eleanor Sleeth. Games furnished the entertainment of the evening after which refreshments were served in the cafeteria. Then everybody wished everybody else a good-night and departed. STUNT NITE Stunt Nite was given at the High School Building February 24, 1928, at 8100 p. m. The program was as follows: 1. Biology Club ,..,.... 2. Junior Class, . . . 3. Freshman Class. 4. Sophomore Class, . 5. Hi-Y .,..,,.. 6. Girls Reserve. .... . 7. H. H. Club .......,.... 3. Senior Camp Fire Girls, . . , HERMAN BALL The prize ,..,...,......,............TigerTaetics . ,...,.., . , ....,,.. The Pardonable Crime . , Hamlet, Oh, Hamlet, Where Have You Been? the Wizard ..............,.....Happiness Boys . . , .Old Fashioned Courtship fSilhouettej LordUllin,sDaughter .......LoveWillWin S ta ge M amz gem : CITARLES ZIRBS was won by the Hi-Y Boys 73 S ,.,, Q! 'illillilifhl ' ldhl lllw lhllh LY V . - f - K . ' "Tv ,- 'L '1 ll 1" L ' l' Wetemazuiauauuauuauunm' "DRAGON OF WU FOO" A small but appreciative audience gathered at the Elkins High School auditorium Mon- day, April 9, to witness what was conceded to be one of the prettiest and most attractive plays ever given by the high school students, "The Dragon of Wu Foo". The large chorus, con- sisting of seventy voices singing in parts, showed careful and painstaking training. The orchestra, joined with the chorus, made a gorgeous ensemble. The dancing, set to clever music, rythmic characteristic also of the land of golden dragon was delightful in its grace and poise and the young people were splendidly trained by Miss Edna Warfield. The costumes were exceedingly attractive. The Mandarin's coat, a real one, was once worn by an honest-to-goodness ruler. 'Miss Fuss, of the high school faculty, did a real piece of work in the costuming of the choruses. Everyone should have seen Armistead Fredlock as the 'fgracious me" hero. He got into a lot of trouble and his well-laid plans went for naught. The audience was in a continual uproar at his predicaments, and then the dainty Kooie Yan, the select peach blossom, played by Carrie Virginia Wilt, gave the delicate part an attractive interpretation. Glenn Cropp was like adament until he discovered the loss of his amulet, then like a good scout Mandarin that he was, he gave Chan and Kooie Yan his blessings. SENIOR BANQUET AND DANCE The Senior Banquet and Dance April 6, 1928, was a great success. The banquet was held in the basement of the Presbyterian Church. The church was artistically decorated in the class colors, black and white, with the new Senior banner on full display. A large crowd attended the banquet. At the end of the banquet Mr. Riddle made a short talk. Armistead Fredlock then sang two selections in a pleasing manner, accompanied by Carrie Virginia Wilt. The banquet was ended with all the voices mingling in the Senior Yell. The dance was held in Wilt's Hall and here again everything was beautifully decorated with the same color scheme as was used at the church. Goldberg's Orchestra furnished a delightful program for the dance. The dance, the first in the history of the school, was a great success. 74 l'Sll'ill'KlZillNIIHll'KlL dlllhlafhllhldhllhldk 'V U .1.,L.f, Q,--H,A...-h A A A ' Q I I I - ' TM . IE! kgjff'..fi.lE... .L -1 m m ' , E-f 11' 1 I N C: J 6 tp .. . gym A L ' 1 J ., -. J Ry. f RRR A' reisiite 4:5 9. Qgw- , Editor in Chief .... Afxixtant Editor ..... Bufinexx Manager. . . Art Editor ,..... Literary Editor., Circulation Manager .....,..... A xfittant Circulation Manager , A thletic Editor .......... Adoertixing Manager. . . , . . Senior S tatistic: ..... Clan Prophecy, . , . . Snap Shot Editor. . . J oke Editor , Calendar Editor. . . Alumni Reporter. . Feature Editor ,..., Stenographer .. Stenographer . . Stenographer . , 75 29128 . . .EDITH BOONE .. IRENE IVIOORE . . . . , .JAMES ALLEN . . . . , . . . HUGH PHILLIPS . . .MARY LINOAMEELTER . . WOODROW CHANNELL . . . . GEORGE WOLFE , . GLENN WA'TRING LAWRENOEI PEIRCE , . . . . . .MARY PRITT .VIRGINIA KRATZER . . .RUTH ASHBY . . .FRANK LATHAM . . . WAYNE POWERS . , .LANGLEY COBB , . .MARGARET TAYLOR . ....... ROSE FRAM . . .HAZEL SIMONS . . . ELEANOR SLEETH . lm .L -LL,IQXv,,,.L-L- . . I . 7 1 if If ,pun 'monk Greetings io the N east Editor S3 When your printer is howling for copy, And your Board all down with flug The photographer cries, "Sun or no pictures", And the rain simply won't take the cue. When nobody's paid for subscriptions, And the printer Wants cash in advance, And your contract reads "Forty-six hundredn, And your Business Board says "Not a chance". When the Seniors find grinds are a nuisance And decide not to write any more- Our advice is-pray don't bc down-hearted, just remember it,s happened before. So demand all your copy by August, And all of your pictures by fall, And if you donit get them until April- VVhy, be thankful you got them at all. r 6 3 'iuuuuumzuzztuluuig Atlan ta:-Qnnlanlaxuan l . Q' wk NL, E NQgy 3 22 5' 3' 3 ig tgvr nur 3+ Q H 3+ 53+ H .ff F 'wifi-M 1 M VS. -A-Qi-Q mi- , . gm f 'KH 'Q 1 M' ERTTI . " swam-A Calendar Ci, SEPTEM BER Monday 5-Those dignified Seniors are started on the right foot by Mr. Arnett. Tuesday 6-Hello, Freshie. Wednesday 7-Assembly. Balcony charmingly decorated in green. Thursday 84Teachers begin the old howl. "Settle down or settle out.', Friday 9-Sighs of relief as the first Week-end is over. Monday I2-Gym class starts. Everybody develops a terrible need of exercise Tuesday 13-Nice date for first Tiger Staff meeting. Wednesday 14-Seniors put on snappy program. Thursday 15-Students investigate texts for first time Qin search of picturesj. Friday 16-E. H. s. 13, Alumni 7. ' Monday 19-A one-half holiday. Somebody jammed the water works. Tuesday 20"-MI. Arnett takes freshies under his Wing. Wednesday 21-Bud and Lang elected school cheer leaders. Thursday 22-TWO bits on Dempsey. Friday 23-Try and collect. Saturday 24-E. H. S. 56, Parsons 0. Nuff said. Monday 26-Everybody happy. Special Assembly for plantation singers. Tuesday 27-Plantation Singers go over big. Wednesday 28--Garett Allen struts his stuff in Assembly. Thursday 29-Some of the he-men out killing the ferocious squirrels. Friday 30-Great big thuse. OCTOBER Saturday Iv-Talk about starting the month right, hovv's this? E. H. S. 13, Charles-- ton 0. Another thuse. Monday 3-New Hi-Y members appear in Grange and Black bands. Tuesday 4-Some teachers ask such discriminating questions. Hovv long did you study, etc.? Wednesday 5-Ray Hill eats enough fire in Assembly to keep Warm all vvinter. Friday 7-We give the boys a send off to Shinnston. Seniors give a big cake walk. Saturday 8-E. H. S. 6, Shinnston O. Monday I0-Blue Monday. Six Weeks tests. lt all comes out in the Wash. Tuesday I I-"Now, l'm sorry to say that quite a fevv fell below seventy." Wednesday I2-Betty Fredlock sings about "Coach and Mrs. Coachl' in Assembly. Thursday I3-RCPOIT cards. "Now mother, that teacher has just got it in for me? 7 QA 1 '-.. A 1unzmLunugazduI f45l'Fl?w lar-lan'nA.q.nY4m4u.u4s.z4. ' wr . war: 'auuusixeaift .fill lf .:U'f'?1f afqf sxavuinnnnn f n nn- Friday 14.-E. H. S. 7, East Side 0. Students try to drown thoughts of that report card in a big thuse. Monday I7-School Survcy. Seniors get half holiday. Tuesday I8-Most any student: "Now, let's see, if I make a B next time-" Thursday 20-Everybody very busy. Got to pass this time. Friday 21-Not quite so busy but still digging. V Saturday 22-E. H. S. 20, Buchannon o. Monday 24-Sun comes up as usual this morning. Tuesday 25-Freshies want their money back. They didn't see the birdie when the camera clicked. Wednesday 26-I donlt feel like studying anyhow. Maybe he won't call on me tomorrow. Thursday 27-JUST because l didn't study he goes and asks me three questions. Oh, well. Monday 31-juniors throw a big Hallowe'en party, fortune telling and everything. NOVEMBER Wednesday 2iAtW3tCT Kent Contest winners warble in assembly. Thursday 34Winter begins with a bang. A window broken in snowball battle. Friday 4.-Ice cold slush in your shoes., Saturday 5-E. H. S. 44, Fairmont West Side O. Monday 7-The days are going so quickly they're out of sight before you see them. Wednesday 9-Mr. Riddle orates in Assembly. Thursday I0-Heads we go to the show. Tails we go for a walk. Cockadoo we stay at home and study. Friday 11-Elkins 39, Philippi 0. Wednesday I6-Coach: "I have more Worries than this coaching business-9' Friday I8-E. H. S. O, Morgantown 6. Ouchl Monday 21-Six weeks tests. Nice way to start out the week. Tuesday 22-Teachers not very popular today. Wednesday 23-Report cards take the joy out of life. Thursday 24-Poor turkeys. E. H. S. 85, Grafton O. Friday 25-Holiday. Wednesday 30-Professor Allen praises football team. DECEMBER Thursday I--Matinee of Senior Play. Friday 2-Senior play is a big success. Monday 5-Tiger staff meeting. Deep, dark things discussed. Tuesday 6-Every Senior carries a look of profound knowledge. School Survey. 78 '.1illgll'hiliZlilil1SllKlL .IALIJLIJLIJLIILOJLIJL . -"" 'f . . H tp TN' I- , -f.-, ..,,,,,,, ,,w,,- - ----H show Wednesday 7-Beauty Contest announced. Thrills! Thursday 8--Classes pick their best looker. Friday 9-Everyone voting heavily. Wednesday I4-Presentation of letters to football boys. Thursday I5--The Mollusc proves very entertaining. Friday 16-Six Weeks tests roll around again. Monday IQTNOW some of you folks are going to have to get down to Work right away. Tuesday 2O1WC get report cards as Christmas presents. Very Merry Christmas. Monday 26-E. H. S. 20, Alumni 30. JANUARY Tuesday 3-Back to jai-er school. Wednesday 4-Assembly program made up of "Twelve Old Maids". Thursday 5-"Now you folks will have to settle down, vacation's over.' Saturday 7-E. H. S. 23, West Side 24. And me with a weak heart. Wednesday II'ctThC Love Piratev given by Seniors in assembly. Friday 13-Such a nice day for six Weeks tests. Saturday 14-E. H. S. 29, Grafton 20. Very much O. K. Monday 16-Exemption lists read, what there was of them. Tuesday I7-Any Student: "If that teacher flunks me, I,ll fthis part unprintablei. Wednesday Igllf wonlt be long now. Thursday I9-Holiday spent in worrying over those exams. Friday 20-Report cards given out. i'Now listen, if I condition you, you've got to signs of improvement." E. H. S. 26, Philippi 7. Monday 23-A few vacant seats here and there. Tuesday 24-Special assembly for Pennsboro game. E. H. S. 37, Pennsboro 15. Wednesday 25-Sophomores give a play called "The Voice". Darling! Thursday 26-Hi-Y Banquet. Hic! I Friday 27'-DC Jen mystifies everyone, even Betty Fredlock. E. H. S. 24, Weston IO. Saturday 28-E. H. S. 19, Buckhannon 18. FEBRUARY Wednesday I-Elkins 29, East Side I2. Saturday 4-Elkins 46, Buckhannon 18. Thursday 9-Elkins 24, Weston IO. Friday IO'WC hold a thuse for the game with Morgantown. Saturday II-Elkins 26, Morgantown 24. Monday I3--"Boy did you see that shot of Tony's?" Wednesday 15-The team goes on a trip. Thursday I6-Elkins 14, Grafton 17. 79 "zsuuuu 1ua r. 'aa 1925 . i ':i "i ""-T'-T' xg -""'m"'--T""'T 1 1 i 4 ,lf:"'- .ings -to 'r 'fm MGM. Friday 17-Elkins 22, Fairmont 20. Saturday 18-Elkins 39, East Side 17. Monday .20-All we hear: "And then Coach says to this Grafton Guy-.D Tuesday 21-Seniors strutting their new rings. Wednesday 22'ThC railroad men tell us about Washington. Thursday 23-Going to Shinnston? Friday 24--Elkins 25, Shinnston 23. "Fonsei' slightly warm. Saturday 25-Elkins 17, Morgantown 19. Monday 27-Team getting ready for sectional tournament. Tuesday 28-Tickets on sale for the Philifpi sectional tournament. Wednesday 291Mf. Fidler's class gives us the real dope on what happened at the first continental Congress. MARCH Thursday 1-Elkins draws Tunnelton for the first game at the sectional tournament. Friday 2--One-half holiday to go to Philippi. Elkins 27, Tunnelton 8. Saturday 3--Elkins 14, Buckhannon 6. Elkins 26, Richwood 19. Elkins 45, Sand Fork 11. Sectional champs, by guml Monday 5--Special assembly for basketball players. Tuesday 6-Elkins 32, Philippi 18. Wednesday 7-Literary Contest in assembly. The winners were Woodrow Channel, Dorothy Guinn, Sarah Talbott and Elda Trieber. Thursday 8-Seniors exchanging calling cards. Friday 9--Bud Wingfield relieved of position of cheer leader for criminal attempt to drown a Freshman. Saturday 10-Elkins 35, Shinnston 32. Looks pretty good for state tournament. Monday 12-Tickets on sale for the Tournament. Tuesday I31GOt room to tournament for one more? Wednesday 14-See you at Buckhannon. V Thursday 15-First round of the Tourney. Elkins 35, Pennsboro 14. Friday 16r-Elkins wins from Princeton 32-30 but loses a heart-breaking extra period game to Shinnston 28-24. Saturday 17-Wheeling beats Shinnston 31-22 to Win the state championship. on av 1 - rac ice erio s or t e inter-c ass tourne . M d 1 9 P t p d f h l y Tuesday 20-Athletes are given sweaters at the annual athletic banquet held at the Hotel Tygart. Wednesday 21-The Prince of Zululand tells how they handle Wild women in the wilds of Africa. Thursday 22-Seniors planning a banquet and dance. Friday 23-Sophomore boys and Senior girls take the inter-class tournament. The Seniors also take the cheering cup. ' Saturday 24-Elkins fails to take any place in the Literary Contest at Philippi. so 1 g 'in-nintninanir 1928 . Ti-Tl-il ' ' LMT? 47 Z-S 4 'L ,K .gb anazmnnzmman.'41iZ'k f y I 'LH W 1fc,:s-may 4au'swuazuauunn- Wednesday 28-'SOIHC very clever costumes for tacky day. Thursday 29-Bad Weather delays starting of Work on the new einder tiack. Friday 30-The track squad begins work on the track. APRIL Wednesday 4-Mr. Trent presents the basketball plaque. Friday 6VSenior Class starts something new by giving a banquet and dance. Nlonday and Tuesday 9 and 10-Everyone enjoys the operetta. Wednesday IIZMI. Cain talks in assembly. A MAY Sunday 20-The graduating sermon is delivered to the Senior Class. Friday 25'C01I1II'1CHCC1I1CI'1t exercises are held. 1 LLAOIEIQQIIEIIHIISIINAL 1928 a4n.o.4uu.4.nisu.4un.vsa4L"'viii Il e,.o4h....,, -..- ..4n..., Q . Q Semor Statlstlcs NAME AGE PET NAME ALL WE HEAR HOBBY HANGOUT RESEMBLES AMBITION i Ruth Ashby I6 Ruth "Come on youngensn Acting? funny Preysz Marion Davies To be loud i Pearl Bragg IS Brag "I think this is right' Walking Scott Hill A flapper To change her name iii' Edith Boone IS Edith uY:i:,rlinL2t,,gct ymr Bluffing Tiger Room Her brother To put out a good Tiger VCIVH Blllnd I8 Velva f'You don't say so?" Scrubbing floors I. O. O. F. Home A dwarf To be an English teacher 2 J Pauline Collette I8 Rel "Well, help me die." Firey Reed Jeffers The sun To dye her hair Margaret Coberly I6 Maggie "Come on Virgin " Dancing Tygart Drug Store Her mother To be a cabaret dancer B ' Hazel Day I6 Haze "Isn't that keen? Pulling hair Over Cut Hill Evergreen Swim the Atlantic ' 'ad Ruth Day I6 Patsy "Oh you would! ' Chewing Gum Cherry Street Cherry Blossom To sleep without cover ml I S Fl01'Cl1C0 Lllmb I7 Floss "You'd be surprised." Working 5 8z lo Cent Store An old maid To be a French teacher 1 A Pauline Enlfw 17 Polly t'Oh! Well, Gee whiz!" Giggling Lcadsvillc Thcfzfsslyof the To sell hot dogs Rose Pram I6 Rosie 'lFor crying out loud.' Selling dresses Home store A poppy To have a home store W Si Nell Ferguson I6 Nanny "My goodness." Sleeping Coulxgoiiuing A peach Not to be an old maid 5 Hazel Galford IS llaze "Now, what's upil' Walking Pleasant Avenue A dahlia To be Mrs. Lindbergh 5' Lemma Hickman IS Hick "AW, Bull." Loafing Home A bean pole To make currants pics Ruth Jeffers I7 Ruthie ilglicipmsh your sassy Going to the show Baptist Church A queen To be an actress IS Virginia KFMZC1' I7 Ginny "Aw shootf' Dating Geo. Painter VVi1son's A corn stalk T0 be fl P1liI1fCl"S WifC I5 5 CIITFIU Vifglfllfl Wilt I7 Carrie "Aw-w-W-w!'l Kidding fellows Kratzer's Laura La Plante To live in 3rd ward i a Delphia L cmx' e I8 Dippie "Don't tell.' Playing Home An old maid Bc gilmgggosiz the I' O' Mary Lingamfelter I6 Mary "I think so, yes? Making il's. Church A good girl Be an author Ruth Llmg I7 Ruthie "In a minute? Eating candy A fly To be ambitious Constance MacCorkle I6 Connie "What did you say?" Being tardy Ford c r A snail To walk faster QM xl 'Q wil sl .' 15" ,. 5 . lu 55 fi V115 Q1 ' s 1 F9 V if U if 'Q Il j M A! H :Q 15 F5 V r , 3. VFW M5451 up fag-'S MJ 1.121 :gg-fw :M HM MQ: M11 i " :F ! il lj.. ta ustlcs e nlor 'IG .Ind A . 1' V, I '- L '1 ,7- Lo? -X1 Q- 3, .14 E z 2 E Q L .E -2 ... 3 -C Q " .D -D E' I 2 fr: , ,L -E 9 2 55" .E . ff HE 55 'J S1 72 I2 C , F 3 5 Ei'-.3 E F af Eb ""' E E :J Q 3. cn ,2 V4 E ki H L ' .G A : O E : .3 U Q fr EE " Z E 35 E um: L. Q .Q mm :E U4 1152 O Z fi 2 U U- nn.. .4 I-4 ,. C x ui Q., 5 91 ' U :bb r. Q M we '- : E2 L ac bb ,Sl Q 5 -ZF 5 J: iw? , F O5 if 5 M, Is' E' " U QC F - 5 E . 5 3 5 J .2 Q Eb V 1- 44 'vi 44' r1 eg -' 5 4- f : 3 ML. 5 5-9 5 Q E E 'U -E T1 Q O QL . ... fc 1, 2 Q .,, in - ,L g F: S .4 ..... C U .., - -f '- , QC 1, r 3 -2 2: ,it 4 2 5 Q sd .. : -E 2 5 43 3 A -9 3 G A P 5 I - 4' '1' 75 C E : F - 1 5 ,Z Q P -C f- ,f: L5 f , 5 I-4 " U ' 3 G' : C qi if X A S QQ '- G ff 2 1 .2 -.2 12 fx H - Q G s 'ri .2 -E Q ',: ' A Z5 O Q .1 3 A L 5 ' 5 2 U il 1 G E 2 E 2. 3 Q 1' 4 5 5- 2 .H 5 Q -U 5. 5 2 5, af. Q 2- f f 5.4 T ' - .A 2: 5' L' ,.z: an an "' I.. H ' A 2 55 ie: 2 Erfii' H ' ,U C 0, S - E J: E 9 bf' O A 21 V, A cn 5. Qu I2 L.. L' f -,- bu P A u .. u . C ' H. ,: to 6 E 'Tu -5 f: 3 A ..:: r' ,.. :. : Q. I-4 5 - E E M .. .E Qi: S L2 ' O E H- 8 -U - 4 :H gr, Q Q F4 :M o - 51 :L E fff P f 'E 2- U - - O 5 - .4 : ,:: '- hu Q L, -U. : U :J 5 5 W .20 E 2 2 2 as 53 U .Q . L2 H .2 fn Q 5 2 Q ... .QJ if N' gl E :I Q' 3. ,J ,.. '- g ' 'S 511.5 3 2 g 'E 2 - 5 5 h :us EU 6 U 5 LJ 'sg 4-"' F. "J u 1: 11 ,A 6 w 2 U :I jg A 5 3 2 2 -'f W 9. C., .A 3, w as E6 f- ,.' , A - 51 L - Q -: L- .U A 5 : E 5 L 42 sig 11 if Q F5 53" 5 ei' 'Z ' Q5 2 Q JE gg-Q hw -E1 .,, .5 'Q by 3 C Eg .S E ul 2 5, 2 .2 3 Q '5 M .Eng Q E .1 . 2 , -1 3 ,., 5 .Q :s z: ,3 5 ... :' 4: .2 0 C Z U .. ef " " 5 H. f- 54, 'U C1 ul ..:: Q v -1 -5 c - rm : af , U f- V .. 2 O -A -:x " Q Pg ,,.. bu-4 : U 5 O ,' 1 g ? si 5 ii L 25,50 3 Q LH -as T' v 9 .Q 5 G ': Cx: ug L.-4 QC m A . . H S : N "' H- f' :'-' f E .., ,X '-5 jj 3-:"E b, -2 E 3 jg - J: : 3 .. '- 'Z if -E' Tj 5 '-w Lf H as .: 5 :H S 5 gn 2 ,j 5 Q 5 , gg A F ' 5 gg i Q A g gb 372 ,E , af, I Q H : if 1: bf' "G Q r. - C Q ,- FE 3 , ,'.: ,. . G -' 5, 2 I A : Q is ig.. .f xx ... 2 1 A -T -x 5 '2 3 f 5 is S: 11 1- ch 'X "' :.1, O : ..'- - 2 we-Q: Q, -1 if FE - Q 5 Q bn T fx .E L.-..:. 2 .N D4 .1 ' 1' H Q '- D .M U" r ,.. - LD ti rf bn ,-. w NH: 5 - Q . - - 3 C imc- -- 5 lx Q4 5 'Q ' fp-: ' : 25 gh '- ,-4 ... " L. -' ',.. Q ,zz 2' .X QC 1 5-A-C E- 5 3 5 bf, Q. s H fs : Sai Q M FL 'S Z L-: 5 2 .1 if LE . , E -E IX .f.: 'S H E : ,1 5 ra. Q H 5 'Z , 1 i w Z ?. 5 w T1 2 ...l P. 3 -3 Q, L. Q ... : C 52 : ,. L. 3 A 3 P 3- .Q Q J : .. fi - D2 : "' 6 5 v .. O . 2 45 : .Z fx +1 E ' r Q 5 2 rg E .-. ,: H 5 5 .11 r-4 .5 5 2 Ly in Q U U, 4.1 " -4 :A ,,, U 5 3 if . 2 g . . .. , : A .. , M . Q -E an 5: rx j 1 Q Q, - - - ,- -1 QQ ..: ' :Z 'E 2 -5- r I. Jw E 3 6 I: ,- ' .E f- Q H '- . , Q- '- - C In : Q L .. D -D QC 21 5,1 3 K ...J U ., -. - 'Av E lx as f: ' F '-Z 5 5, fi H r Sr.: ra -53 g 'fl is I oo :F - E 5, 2 5 H g -3 Ln g - .Q 5 E. , .T 6 cn Pg E U Lx 2 E. 1 S g Q 5 2 U 's so an -0 3 N , +5 .Q .: .. L.: -C v-4 I-4 .. : ' ,. Q U 7 L, f- "' J L.. 5 K 9-4 oo "" 3 2 ,.. qj TT : E, ' 'H ,,,, 'B 1 4 Wm- ' 23 :E 3 2 Z 5 3 3 2: - rl Q , 2 hw-4-V :- .: -1 5 U 'E-L .ililsltw ,lb ..- ' P ' 'f f . 'T- -.IN- , , nl .S ,Q-5152 Z s. 'U YY '17-A4-Q4 O u -M :I L. "Y 'l r-1 : E ,E Q5 ilu , E 5 an 3 if ' , CQ k J: B.: 1 1. 5 U l 2 o 5 1- -'L' ci!- 4 54 w 3 Qi E 5 CRX, E2 3 2 U 5 5 U 5 A ,Q 8 -G -3 Q' as Q C u -5 2-' - 0 U 4. h. rn Q 5 'Z : Eu ,A .5 Ld O 2 W U 3 "' 'kg E' C E" 2 5 52 5 E MN: u ' Q ... " 2 E :J "' -E I-IJ P Ei 'G U mi-E 5 .ff cn 5 Q 'E ,,g.,., ,C I' I-Q U C -Y, F E- Pia, f--V1 i .. JI ,M 4: 5 C L. Szg ,. Q l. E 'g -2 -2 3 Omcgi Q1 1 E Ju fr: 3 5 43 5" ESQ C -5 E 3 'VU 4: ,U 2 g ,f: .5 M 0 in ,.. .: '71 5 EL ' D E ED 0 41 :S Q0 lg Q LE E S 3 s- in O Qs: :I M 13' P' 5 G I1 gf 2 E U Q ui: w Z2 C M. .Q 5 A, 1. ' E ,:: -1: ',-1 Eg eg? -5 as 3 55 E E Q A S H E 5 O ,ucv U 5 O C 0 ' L... a.. bt U2 I Z .L-.QE O by P: .Cl E' O 2 O E rg 2 11 4 K-14,8-1... .H 2 L. H E-Q , fn : fU Q 4 :mu .A O S Q A 3 5 fi Q 'Q Q 5 E rf 5 4. 2 Q.. U -n E M I 'g JA F: E if 3 Q 5. '-' -'2 I- O C M H J.. ,:. 51 41 s: 'P' i -S '54 ,Z II '1 2 o 55 'G 5 r' -5 1: 7 L.. I" 2 u 50 P' - 'J , , I-1 D m kia ,. ,. 1. D -52 .3 C 3-4 5.5 5 .5 - 2 ' 3 L. c O U S : C . me ,, .H ,U ' A cn -... 22 M205-gag .EE Q Q c. EJ: Qdsewf 1 GL U O 'C' 'S "zum "' : ' -E se 'F' 5- fi : -511.223 3 'E o E "" aa 40:4 'M ,E .gm bb 5 'S .ui Q U A i 17: -G 3" E 3 E E -3 .5 5 12 J: 5 5 'J' 'U '- c Q 3 .2 ,,, O u -2 S P .41 5 Tu 2 Je 2 'Q X C, : C 2 bn " .A Q '.. Q 3 M -E bn 2' E if - 4: E 2 E Lu E 2 . en 5 -E he 1E as 2 U 4 . U I ,,,'5 571' 3 'S' 'E 2 '-2 Q 3 IE E E 5, Q - s 2 2: H E 3 Q L - 1 3 gba ,yr : E' m E. 3 ug, E ES O QC: A in 5 2 54 2 r: 2 if Q -E 5' :E gc, .. 5 lbw 5 - U E E. .E fc S -2 U 1.-743 9 o 5 Z1 : M U 'E '-' Q U ' 51 O,.,.:A , ,.. .E rg H : 5 ,.. ,Q .CI r: new-2 5 1 V' 22 .7 5 5 1 2 'I m 'G W 1 5 z +- 5-2 1 -E I ' A C 5 2 E: : .Q D-1 hx is U Q 5 3 E ':' -L WO? -A FJ ,..' U 22 C -C G Z v I ERIE E 75 23 'gn eu, ' 2. 3 gf gi D4 E- :..Q.'s8:" -EJ g'f:':b2:s-S 5 E 1 BO 5 il 2 F: 3 6 5 'E 5 5. : .: ... L. - ' U c., 'H el, ' -7 wa " an O Maas 561252 5-,GFS 2 O Q, Q5 " H -1 si-:.n. 51 : ,E :M ng, H 12 ff fx M 2 3 5 O GE 6 O ' 2 'E bf. Z H-wwgg "'3,Q-"':.fmE "' .L Q : : 5 3 .5 f-1 -Q as P .:: E - Q O 5 3 Q., 5 - .X : 1 : O F, :x n bl, H. -- Q, In Q: o Q .c 'Q P2 E : '. P. if +1 5 an 3 ' ,N 5 'E 3 2 9 2 as w .cz -- C C Q ' LZ.:--1 2 - zgig sdgsk 52255535 E .: Q 5 C 2 13 Eu-E QE 2 LQ' U 2 E S .14 5 5: ku ,E A Q4 Q 5 Q F 2: 00 -2 ' S eg: Ji 2 as Z S M ' B I .J 3 C :zz A 'J "' 8 m E DQ -' -1 1- FU-EU o Q4 2 .3 :K 'Q " 1-4 f-E' in E 5 fr E 9 3 5 " Q S A 'Jw C .13 C .,, 2 " Q H - S3 O ... G 1- ... U S2 -J 5. 3 f ' 'E 2 O 95 6 1 E ,Z E T: 5 3 E .2 bw Q L7 M : E .1 N' U 5 2 J' 'X Q ,J n U ... M ,g '25 S - E '5 3 00 '2 :fl Y-2 'U U 'U "' Q .g:fff,nfw' ua Q M E 2 w 5 E E A C - 5, Q ::5l,t,,- U 'Q ... 3 W O Q 5 41 E .-. P '+ -E L' 5 4: 5 E A- 5 L.. O 1 . 3 -2 ,,, IC gg - N ly c: 5 ,L -E 'i 'E E' Q Q if P: Q. Vg L-. Q, F' 1, N g ,, v 'G 5 H ,E 3 vt V- s. C Q ,H 1 5. rg +4 as A '-Y..-.li E ,.: 5 S Q 3 1 5 '-A ,-1 C CI 5 E ,S , LH U '- x: 1- QC L 1 -Sk :il --Sv u Q - Senlor Stat1st1cs - fa P NAME AGE PET NAME ALL WE HEAR HOBBY HANCOUT RESEMBLES AMBITION joseph Manning 16 Joe uAwQX?'5:l didnyt' did Studyingii Bakerls Toothpick To drift along P 5 Delmar Mrore 18 De "What the heck?" Basketball School A king To jlifgleiood V -Q Harry M fucm re :I Feet "Louder and funnier! Wiring houses Electric shop Thomas Meighan Swim a channel I E Glenn Nay I7 Bo "Well, I forgot " RM:iL2iiaZii?tific Norton A genius To be a scientist Lawrence Peirce Bud "It wasn't hard.' Studying Gilman Wycliff T0 56 11 UWIICIOW lark it Hugh Phillips 17 Goldberg "Got an inspiration." Sho cards Goldberg's Mr. Carl T0 50 IUOFC m0dCFI1 ' 'g Edgar Poling I9 Ed "Silence." Slinging hot dogs Cooigiilnljot Dog Abe Lincoln T0 OWU fl hot llffg Stand i David Meadows - Skeezix f'Pll be blamed." Cutting grass Gilman A toad T0 he H mC1ld0W lilfk f Wayne Powers I6 Patricia "All right nuisance." Selling newspapers Inter-Mountain Goldilocks To sell more papers i 1-:A on Ellis Vest IS Alex 'LLet,s go, gang." Ping Pong "Y' His mother Tl Iiiliriiiziinlillff M L 51 Vi Forest Pritchard 13 Peg "Aw boloneyf' Twiflriiiigis his Harpl to tell Most everything ,lUSf ilflyfhing' ,L Edward Russell IS Eddie UI suspect? Walking Glenmore A Squire To be an athlete D2lViLl Slwikvy IS Dave "Come on bovs." Shocking people Gilmzn Moses Own a Stutz Bearcat i 0 Dorwin Talbott 19 Monk Ullll betcha. ' Athletics Hippodrome Bldg. A football player To Thlmms fl. Everett Taylmr 19 Taylor all vw do you mean it?'l Goin' to Belington George's A walking giraffe Tu become 23 EQi Glenn Watring I6 Cassy 'HL-y, hey, what tha? ' Driving his truck Chrysler Glragc His brothers Reduce his feet gl, Kent Watring' I9 Kent HC-ot yr ur English?" Trying to be cute Billiard parlor An escaped monkey To get a girl g Gerrge Wolfe lj' Sn aokums 'LNow, do be careful." Having dates Klein's Jeff To date with Mildred Elmer M cnzr re I7 E "Aw you quit? Iiluffing Tygart Drug Sto' Happy just another Gaither 4 Philip Sheridan -- Phil "Oh! Geell' Tr: veling Tygart Hotel A sheik To be an athlete jennings Marshall 19 Jim 'A-w-w-w-W-W." Athletics Y. M. C. A. A farmer To get a model wife Howard Myers lj' Houch "I forgot it." Driving a taxi 'Bus station Robert Fulton Architect ii s 4 4 l 1 Q .QM R r 555' v X fi' 'lr A f 5 f , - 'XZ-H-Q FU" ' ' .T k -gash-2 fffwafa, 77 " E WTF Y T"'5l?1fEHf14sii,ii--W 7.., -..aa ,.7 'J Hrimumlengments editor wishes to take J md A s opportunity to eX- MQQ " press her appreciation 6. is ofthe diligent and help- ful guidance given her by fffffze Tzlger'.v" faculty advisor, Mr. B. Bruffey. She wishes also to thank James E. Allen for his cooperation in handling the business end of this publication. She wishes to extend her most sincere appreciation of their Work to all those who in any Way assisted in this publication. 86 X """..T.1'i. ' 1 sp N T':qZ:MZTZ5""flfff"'QfLT -.-.Lara-h hW'7?t7l??W V -ff? FAT, ,fi 14 f- . 515 Fru- Vx? iw .Ae TZ Mai miami? pqqh mm hx 1,'NCNx .,.' A A 4 , 'Q A . Ek 665239 'PE A Qi' +5 Qi K5 i Pr nam 5 -va 13 5+ 'Pg 3+ wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwgm ,U ",,,.A K d . . I A U, A -- 'l z -. - ' f?' T'? f :KET ' L "1-+ 'P+ '5- :T "rm-+1 - ' W L ' vi ' 2-' f 1" --Q., 1 'Y unsung! --and CUTTING W'hen and Wlxere You 'Want lt Dane 1 -lL's'r CAI,I, USTlJIIfJN14I 372-Ia BRIGGS AND COST lJi5f7'fAllfOl',f of lIINn's SIMI-I,Icx 10,000 lVlII.I5 CDXYCQICN Gl'AIiAN'l'l-Il'IIJ l'Is'I'oN TSINGS Martin-Snyder Co. THE HONIE OF Qual fig' zWe7f'Ma7za7z'.ve The Smrc Wifi like Yellow Frou! GNXQJ CCJIQNEIQ TIIIIIIJ ST. ANI: HIAIIY .MII-1. ICLIQINS, W. YA. Nab Lezzfff Ike I'Vm'f1l ill Moinf' Cru' Vafue NAS H PACKARD mm' STAR CARS at Randolph Garage INcoRPc:IzA'I'I-:Im PHONE 370 'llbzzr' Sf1fi.I'ffzfz'io1z Om' Aim" Mr. DHN'lCS'C11H,t you carry a tune? Grady' Wl1lflX1lllliSL1fC, where to? wr :If ak Pk Pk Bill Buzzerd-What course are you tak- ing in high school? Glenn Wattrlngvlhn not sure, but I think it is the downward course. Pk PF ali Pk Pk l"1'esh1n1In-Oh, Lord, give me strength to hrush Iny teeth every night, and if thou cI1ns'L not give Ine that strength, at least give me strength not to worry about lt. Mrs. Wvlll1CI"--'lDCCll11C love, Currie Yn- ginln. Carrie Virginia VVilt-Decline love? Not ll The young 1111111 led for ll heart, The Inand for :I diamond played, The old 1111111 came down with n cluh, And the Sexton used :I spade. if PF if :lf PF "Hob" VVilson-Darling, you are the l'!I'C1lIlT of IDY life. Ruth Ashby-fWhy don't you hold your hrezxtltl THE SAN-TOX DRUG STORE ccPE7'507Zd! S67'7JZ.L'6,, THF MOST MODICRN AND SANITARY SODA FOUNTAIN IN THIC CITY FXQUISITIC PERFUMIC AND COSMETIC DICPARTMPINT ISICST CANDY MADIC IN THIC SOUTH QXGQA HEADQUARTERS FOR PIPICS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO HOMIC MADIC ICF CRICAM 3 lI"l:' CALL FOR AND DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS Tygalnofr Drug Company CUIVII'I,IIVI1'1NTS OI' The IPI S0 Jmhmsmm Drug C00 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS GNU r. TWO STORES The Family Drug Store The F. S. Johnston Drug Co. Elkins MUHUHHQMKQH Wwrks JOHN S'l'RlCl'l'1l ICLKINS, W. VA. IVIANL'1fAc'1'L'k1-:Rs AND lJlCSlCiNERS 01" fXR'1'lS'1'IC MICMORIALS IN "ROCK OF AGES" GRANl'I'l'l. AMERICAN AND IMPORTICD MARBLIC. WF DO IT FLFCTRICALLY. NIOHN GREGORY, Mfzfmger Come See U5 Ally Time. MLlSl1fOO111S and 'Ibudswols Look Alike. Good and Bud lnsurzmcc Policies Look the Same. LET US SHOW YOU THE DIFFERENCE lElI M and KE ll M 108 SICCOND STRICICT ICLKINS, W. YA. Gold Bar Callillwrmia Fruits 631621 CHANNELL GROCERY CO. DISTRIBUTORS "The Cfififilllj' of Tmfay l'1'iffQ Mffkfffl.r of TOlllfJl'I'f1CL',, QNN9 ALBERT WILT, Hgengf Mafzager BRONX' N l.1:11i W1 1 .'1', Cufhicr FAIR CO. BLDG., ICLKINS, W. YA. SC, Go IRIINGILII-ER SCIIOOI SuppIIes and GeneraI MCFCh3HdiSC 0993 1-ZLKINS, WEST VIRGINIA VALLEY SUPPLY COMPANY dDiJ'f7'f6lIf07',V IVfziio1zaffy AfX:'m'tifeff Liam" .IOBBERS Ov HARDWARIC, MILL AND IVIINIC SUPPLIES AND AUTOIVIOBILIC ACCICSSORIFS QQ ICLKINS, WEST VIRGINIA When Your Battery Uf0lZ,f Baz' BRING IT TO 'I'HI'I ELKINS BATTERY SERVICE 4,33 SOUTH mms Aw. 1c1,14lNs, W. VA. IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL SUITS MADIC TO FIT YOU. CLICANING AND PRICSSING. LADIES' WORK A SPICCIALTY Ebb?-D THE WOLLEN CO. 217 31413 S'I'. IQLKINS, W. VA. I'HoNI5 160-W GICT IT AT THIC Ceimtirelll Meet Mlaurllxett IT,S BhiT'IiER Special ffzrenzion zo Cfzifdren Cixi 218 Davis Avenue Phone 195 ELKINS, WICST VIRGINIA THE DARDEN COMPANY ICLKINS, WICST VIRGINIA lVIanufaeturers of the Dareo Line of Poultry, Dairy and Stock Feeds. .lohhers of the Dickinson Line of High Grade Feeds For All Stock and the Reliable 66 99 I Pine Tree lFiielltll Seeds COINS to us with all your Seeding and Planting Prohleins. "VVe Kfmu' Ilurew, and it's fre for the asking. SERVICE 'ro THE IJUHLIC SINICIC 1894. Miss Wilinoth-Garret, translate this sentence into Iinglisli: "Haee in Roma iinportum. Garret Allen-Hilte into Rome, it'5 important. Pk Pk P11 141 elf "Buell, Wingfield-Innocence is bliss. Langley Cohb-Yes, hut looli at :ill the good jokes that get by you. DI4 Pk PF PF PF George Wolfe-Hey Wayne, can you help nie find the least eomnion multiple? Wayne PcwersfHoly Mackerel! H11X'C1IIf they found that yet? l GG J KEYSTONE MANUFACTURING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OI' Hardwood Lumb O er, ak Flooring , V650 ELKINS, WICST VIRGINIA THE GULLAND-CLARKE CO. "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" Ywlhinilesaile Grocers FLOUR FICICD SUNKIST FRUITS CICRICSOTA FLOUR. CARNATIUN MILK CHICROKICIII TOIVIATOICS PURITY OLICO VIRGINIA ROSIC PIIAS Elkins, VVest Virginia IRA H. WILMOTH FRAN Ii xl. IiOI'If'I,IC The Service Shop Tfzree Barber! Q ci, I I J 314 Davis Avenue Iilki ns, West Virginia We misc cult 1928 Senior Examination Questions CGQQ Q. VVhy are the members of the Class of IQZSPSO busy? A. Because they make business a pleasure, and pleasure their business. Q. Why are Sophomores so queer? A. Because the word "Sophomore'l itself means "wise fool". Q A. Because they have learned that the bes . Why are -luniors so quiet? t way to hide ignorance is to look wise. did it ourselves before we became Seniors. Q. Will the Class of '28 live long? A. Yes, they surely ought to live to a ripe old age for only the good die young. Q. What is more terrible than a StO1'111 at sea? A. An linglish IV Examination. Q. Why does Harry Nloore resemble a ball of twine. A. Because he is all wrapped up in himself. Q. What is an average student? A. A student whom there are a great many worse, but very few better. Q. Who is meant in the saying, "Beneath this mild exterior there lies a deal ol hiefn? A. Irene Rowan, of course. Q. Why is Glenn Watring so noisy? A. Because he is with his voice as a man is with a bass drum--he likes to hear it sound Q. Why did some members of the Class of '28 find their high school course diffi- to go through? A. Because they were too light for heavy work and too heavy for light work. Q. Why do Seniors always look so gloomy when they see a Freshman? A. Some people are so funny they make others sad. Q. Give the slogan of the Class of ,2S. A. "Cheer up, the worst may never come." Q. Why is Geraldine Workman so popular among her classmates. 'A. Because of the Arabian provery, which says, "All little things are lovedf' Q. What is the best piece of advice given to Freshmen in Poor Richard's Almanac? A. Early to bed, early to rise, work like sixty, tell no lies. Q. What givcs evidence that high school days are frivolous days? A. The number of courting couples seen in the halls. Q A. . Why are Freshmen so noisy? Because they have not yet learned that children should be seen and not heard. DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCKS aw Three Great Sixes by Dodge B1-ee. SENIOR .- VICTORY -- STANDARD Gi?-XD een, ANU sRRv1cRo BY IHI O We W IE AV IE IR RAN IJCJI , PH AVIC. I NCORPOR MED ICLKINS, W. YA. BE PREPARED Future needs or opportunities that demand eash are about as uncertain as an April shower, therefore the wise person looks ahead and pre- pares for thern by regularly saving a fixed part of his earnings. Qi! The Elkins National llllanllr ICLKINS, WICSI' VIRGINIA OI IJIS1 SIRONQ I SI IIISI KODAK FINISHING OF QUALITY Co M0 CCICUDIFIF LICAYIC YOUR FILMS TODAY AND CALL TOIVIORROVV AT 5 P. M. YOU IVILL NOT UE DISXIPPOINTED 220 Randolph Avenue Elkins, West Virginia THE HEED CO. Wlhuollesalle Candies and Canvas Gloves SCOTT BUILDING ICLKINS, W. VA. Morrison Grass iii: Cnmpamiy llllllINl57 West Virginia Coal and Coke Building Dffffk ClINlDllE2lR,AlLlLlE 'l'HlC ONLY PURIC OR.-XNGIC PUT UP IN A BOTTIIIC l3O'I"I'Ll'ID BY KREIWIER BOTTLING WORKS IIIIIIINS, WICST VIRGINIA Buhl Shahan ..... .... D avis and Elkins COM PLIMENTS OF lfiitmfvalterc-ll-llertig Company FURNITURE mm' HARDWARE A lumni Record GNRQ Abraham Goldberg ...... Pa. University Patsy Altieri .... Frances Baker. . . Katherine Baker. . Ortha Booth .... Leland Brown. . . Kenneth Bullivant ..... Ava Burke ...... Ralph Cade . . . Wayland Casto .. Mary C. Clark. , . Evelyn Crouch. . . Virginia Crowley Irene Currenee. Hazel Curtis .. Keith Daniels . . . Williamina Davies Lela Dornblazer. . . . . . . . .Workinli Davis and Elkins Davis and Elkins rc. H. s. QP. GJ . . . . . W. V. U. Davis and Elkins Davis and Elkins . . . . . . . Armours .......Working .Davis and Elkins Davis and Elkins . . . .Stenographer Davis and Elkins .,.,..,..Mar1'ied . . . . . , Wheeling Lx. H. s. QP. GJ Davis and Elkins Alumni Record CSXRS Harwood Ritter ........ Davis and Elkins Henri Rutherford ..... Davis and Elkins PIEDMONT 'SHAVING PARLOR Theodore Shaid. . Denfred Simmons john Sleeman .... W. V. U. Davis and Elkins E. H. S. QP. GQ Thelma Smith ..... Working in A. and P. Bates Stafford ........ VVilliam Taylor .,..... .City Restaurant Neva TriplettNVorking in Belington Bank Aline Vanseoy .,...... Eugene Ward . . . Mary' E. VVeese. Kermit Whiteman ..... .Davis and Elkins .......VVorking .Davis and Elkins . , , . . . Working in Elkins Natl. Bank Ralph Whiteman.W. Va. Business College Dorothy Wilson .,.. ...Davis and Elkins Loretta lVIalcolm .,..,.. Davis and Elkins Kemble Manning ...... Davis and Elkins Ladies' Hair Bobbed 'SINE K gxfg-LQ! ?as.ff ,z1,,,ffgs swf' it . J 0 EXWEIPZY 23 i 52? SLAUGHTE R AND PORTER PRoP1:1n'roRs ZQQGYFWDGWWEGWWGWWDWWEZQQWWDWWQWWDGWWGWWDEQ cwrmwaczmm 9 C ? 6 Q Q4 W FP S3 Q 1 0 Q mmmmmme Q Official Photographer for A 99 A Q MTH E TIGER 2 Q 1927-1928 392 Q Q iv -if 55 QMS 7? 3 mm Q 3? A Tlzofograpfzs A S? Q Fi? ENLARGEMENTS 5 if TINTED PHOTOGRAPHS A 2 pg: PROJECTED PRINTS is 365 FRAMES Q 3? 5: Q5 Q 53 SQ 21 EAST MAIN S'1'1cEE'1' 55 BUCKHANNON, W. VA. 5 if Z gl PHOTOGRAPHS LIVE FOREVER yi 395 PECPLE'S A lumni Record NATIONAL BANK ELKINS, WEST VA. Welcomes the accounts of both teachers and pupils of the Elkins High School, and we'll endeavor to give you good and faithful service. Hazel Macoinbcr ,...,. Davis and Elkins Lois McLaughlin ...... Davis and Elkins Paul McLaughlin lrene Moore .,... . . Leander Mullins . . Lena Myers , . . . Frank Nestor '... Working E. H. S. QP. G.l . , . . . . . .Married . . . . Stenographer . . . . . . .Worki1ig for Standard Oil Co. Harold Newland ,.... Chicago University Pauline Nicholson ...., Grace Nine. . , Roy Nine ....... . . V. U. .Davis and Elkins Navy George Painter ....,... Davis and Elkins Eleanor Perry. Alma Poling .....,... Richard Raemsch ..,... Auretta Ray. . .Fairinon Virginia Reitz ......., . . , . . . Davis and Elkins Marshall College E. H. S. QP. GJ t Business College .Davis and Elkins Alumni Record GWX9 Helena Erzinger. . . Mabel Ferguson. . . Anne Florentine. . . Working . , . .Davis and Elkins . . . Davis and Elkins Gwendoline Goddin .... Davis and Elkins Robert Goddin . . . Edward Gray Frances Gulland. . . Sarah Haffner .... Sammie Hammer . Emerson Hardman. Philip Harness .,.. Louise Head .... . Louise Hessler. . . . Opal Hill .... . Loretta Hughes . Frances Kinsley. . . . Marie Kisner. . . John Knutti . Frances Kuinp ..... .......Worki11g ........ Pittsburg . . . Phoenix, Arizona . . Davis and Elkins ,..,...,,..Working . . . .Davis and Elkins . . . .Davis and Elkins .. . Davis and Elkins ...E. H. S. QP. G.l . , , Davis and Elkins ...Working . . . Davis and Elkins . . . .Davis and Elkins . . . . . . . . . . .Farming Mount de Chantel An excuse written by George Wolfe: l vos seek Thoisday the tventy seccind be- cause of illnesses. P. S.fDe date vos in de year of our Lord 1928. 1lfPlf5i4PlfPlf Mrs. Baker-Margaret, who did you say Dan was with? Margaret-Oli, with Mrs. llakerffl worlci a VVorknian girl. ng girll Plf Pls Pk if Pls Vernon Thacker with excuse to Miss Wilinoth: l was out of school Friday with gasetis. I was out Mon my ignition. day on account of Pls Pk Pk Pls Pls Hazel Simons-Mr. always pass your exams? Mr. Bruffey-Yes, llruffey, did you when no pretty girl was in the class to detract my attention. Pk Pls Pls Pls Pls Mr. Stewart--What is the greatest known water power? Mr. llruffey-l don't know. Mr. SlCVV2lTffXxJOIl1Cll,S tears. The Mark O 9 gi Lcglcling c W aiming s Garage Exfaffzia 351232: Z A Elkins, West Virginia E' ll-5 L C' .4,.1a CHR YSLER games llloclels 52, 62, 72 and IMPERIAL 80 Moulel NLl1l1l5CI' lVlc11ns Miles Por Hour faga GENERAL TIRES AND TIRE REPAIR RADIO We Always have the Latest Developments in This Growing Industry DICALICRS IN Atwater Kent Radios I C gi-JJQHSEEQ MORGAN ACCESSORY CO. WIC SICLL WE REPAIR H. G. KUMP, PRIC E. W. CHAINNILL I I IAS. I'. PIFIITZICL, CASIIIICR FRICD YANSCOY, A:?SIS'I'AN'I' C The Citizens National Bank ICLKINS, WICST VIRGINIA Capital and Surplus .............. 5110000.00 Undivicled Profits .................. 18,000.00 STRONG - PROGRESSIVE - GROWING QJVQ A Ccounts Solicited Fife IIZYJITE Your fazzkzhg BZIIZIIIEJNI DAVIS TRUST COMPANY ITLKINS, WRST VIRGINIA 'ig School Supplies Ice Cream Soft Drinks Fancy Groceries Stempllegs Sanitary Store SOUTH DAVIS AVIC. X PHONE 360 IELKINS, WICST VIRGINIA Davis and Elkins College ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA JAMES Eovvruao AIAIJEN, LL. D., President Graduates from Elkins High School have uniformly done Very creditable Work at Davis and Elkins College. We most cordially Welcome serious-minded, ambitious students. Col- lege is for students only. ' Davis and Elkins College can give you standard Work that Will be recognized in this and other states, and the cost for the four years need not exceed the cost of one year if you had to go away from home. We had rather have a large local patronage than a patronage from the outside. I advise early registration this year. JAMES E. ALLEN, President. SJ l so: Q Q armasasecsfmsazesmzaecsaaa WW is K . E H 5 erwreewfi WK KW K WW l eraser ESQ U J X M l Q i E E LIST OF MEMBERS Elkins Business Mengs Assoeiation INCORPORATED ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA QXGQA Morgan Accessory Co., Rafliof. Smith Chevrolet Co., Automobiles. H. C. Curtis, Meatf. Martin-Snyder Co., Hardware-Furniture. Fitzwater-Hertig Co., Ifardware-Furniture The Gulland-Clarke Co., lfVh0le5ale Grocery. H. B. Martin, Coal Dealer. Geo. H. Coffman, Men': Clothing. H. Elder, Booht and Stationery. Chas. H. McLaughlin, Tailor-Cleanef Gray Front Grocery, Croeeriet. Third St. Market, Meatt and Crorettes Randolph Review, Publifherf. Keim 8: Keim, Inturanee. W. R. Cromwell, Inturanee. Inter-Mountain Printing Co., Publitherf. The Home Store, Ready-to-Wear. D. A. Darle, Meatt and Groeerief. The Fair Company, Department Store. L. Goldberg Sz Sons, Department Store. glno. B. Wilt Co., Me1i't Clothing. Elkins Furniture and Hardware Co., Harflecare and Furniture A. Klein, Inc., Department Store. Randolph Supply Co., VVholetaler.t. People Mercantile Co., Department Store. V. P. Parmesano, blr., VVholeJale Fruits. Elkins Motor Sales Co., Fort! Auto Dittrihutor Elkins Laundry Co., Laundry and Dry Cleaning Paul H. Nefflen, Jewelry and Vietrolat. Chas. H. Kerner, Eleetrogift. Family Drug Store, Drugf, ete. jno. F. Nydegger SL Co., Inturani Geo. P. Whetsell, Inturanee. W. N. Snedgar, Infuranee. H. N. Barnard, Plumbing, ete. H. S. Fisher, Tinner and Plumber. hlacobls Economy Store, Clothing. The Arcade, Clothing. A. Spates Brady, Coal Operator. Geo. H. Neale, Drugt, Etc. Wallace, Bakery. H. T. Conner, Bakery. S. H. Watring, Chrytler Automobiley. G. C. Murphy Co., gc and loc Store. Elkins Cash Grocery Co., Department Store. Central Meat Market, Meatt-Groeeriet. Moses Mamin, Clothing, Ete. Sherman's Department Store, Department Store. Tygarts Valley Motor Co., Buieh Autor. W. H. Keplinger, Plumbing, Ete. New System Bakery, Bahery. Albert Wilt, Inturanee. D. Barrow, Clothing, Cleaning, Pressing Guy Mcllflillan, Croeeriet. The Art Millinery, Illillinery Coozit. S. F. Murphy, lereeler. Boyd Wees, Department Store. The Darden Co., Coal, Crain ana' Feed. Elkins Builders Supply Co., Building Suppliet. Elkins National Bank, llanlcerr. Citizens National Bank, Banhert. Peoples National Bank, Banleerf. Davis Trust Co., Banherf. Channell Grocery Co., Wholefale Grocery. Cumberland Allegany Gas Co. l 1 n lrving in one , millionaire sol today. mu sk. Do you put im egree-UC. M." ,millions wouldn'1 , an altinieter. 1' it down to the l-1-... .i-... zgiefeinzemmg if Q Q E? Q: Qt if Q Q F3 Q Q Q5 Q Q get Q Q 55 Q if QQQWQQQQQQ will QM WM EQSECQMQZ C: O Z Z rn neg Zm UZ '-E E-e Hub Sz 55 QQ mo rm Z m Z e T Fraternity, College and Class Jewelry QJVQ EQ E O DU Q 5 2 'Tl 5 w 5 . E CD m 2 m O O E" ECQWWJZQZQQWJQZGQWJZGQEQQ QJVQ J 1 dStt tth M3201 Wie? Q lL0 Go lB3alllleu1r Company Q Eg Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers Eff ATTLEBORO. MASS. ig W GW QQQQQQ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q QCQQQ A55 Any College Greek if ...f' ' - ' 'YY " ---ff -f g T VY .. . f- ,X A UML w, 1 H'fHA gw emuuaaunuueuueuunm Q ' nY,,, 5? ' Jfcc-2 2 E. . Nur .X 5 9 i J ,l l 1' '-P 3, W, nf , -5 f O X f 1 4 ,f f ' " 5 HQ? 5 W ' 1 9128 .' If 1 IU-4 A H' LIL NI gxivwmanavunuunzuauuan' Qutugrapbs Q! iis nknunazunnluung lAThlJhlJQld'hll'liJLld4V 5 2 -- A' fum TIG1-21: x " mt 'I 4M -ruanawuluuuruuuuav1.- Qutograpbs Cie XX dlllhllllllllhllhldll cl llkllhllhldhldlldlnds , SSX Qutngrapbs GJ!


Suggestions in the Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) collection:

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1924 Edition, Page 1

1924

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1925 Edition, Page 1

1925

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1926 Edition, Page 1

1926

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1929 Edition, Page 1

1929

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 1

1935

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.