Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV)

 - Class of 1929

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The staff presents this, the IQZQ Annual, to the students of Elkins High School, hoping that in the years to come it will prove a pleasure and will serve to recall to mind the happy days at our High School. NBQA DOROTHY GWINN, Editor-in-Chief RENA GAINER, Arsistanl Edilor-in-Chief FRANCIS PATTERSON, Business Manager '-'v9'Qf19iZ9 Jw-- ,N ,,, ?,,, , ,, ,., , EDICATED 'TO GBM jfathers ann Mothers IN Grateful appreciation of their sacrifices and persistent efforts through the four years of our high school course to make it possible for us to receive a high school educationg and in frank recognition of their patience and forbearance with us through all the changing scenes of our high school activities. '35 6 ---f?P'QIi1929 15-at-M ' L ll ,M He TIGER QltfWd V: 1. ' V if , L L V f Y' p 4 . VV 5' X2 V ,V -V 0 i 2 R ,V V V ,VL 1 V x3 Lg V ,. V ,1 VUL ,Q-.5 VV51V.,lQ L3fQ,,,g:.2-V3.4'1a4 3 ,f3Zg4iv5Vu,LV'V131.:y jwfi mi, 'BV -3"wa.f, .VVVL33-.aV1'1Z?5!!?. ,R -'if V. wut' if 5 1 1 'F V' 'g'4?' 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ARNETT S1fpe1'i11te1zfz'e1zt of Svfmofs Plillfifdl of High Sfhoof EMILY WILMOTH Axmfafzl Priywipaf 7 ---:wi 1929 j?-ee-H I K I -We 1 Q f i ffe TIGER FACULTY 8 He TIGE nv FACULTY 9 --we-QL 1929 lm-- , , , .g 1 ---fe-QI 1929 15-ef-H 1 50 TIGER ., A P Wi l O I f f fi TIGER 5 - -1- Q. "f - " ', M Al .xv , ,- ,Li hun bmp e NYJ , 'M fl 'W -I n ' J .ffjiv I , 1 ' J ,f M .Ja 7 WIA' , - , A " I f, , I I' mf' 'AI V L . . R! I 11 'Ai Semor Offzcers M' ARLTON HOOKER ..., ,,........... ...,. .,........... . . , PRESIDENT "Place: do not emzoale men, but men make plaeef ilfuftriom FRANCIS PATTERSON ....,..... ,. . .. .. .. XYICE PRESIDENT "He'I fittle Lal Zizfex wife, He'I a terror for lzif Iize. DOROTHY GWINN ,..... . . . . . . . . . ,,... ..,,.... . . . . . SECRETARY "Ami zcfzefz flze had jranea, il seemed like the ceasing of exgzmite mu.vie.', CARL CH.-XNNELL ..,,.... . . . . ....... .....,,, ..., T R EASURER "B'oy,r, take a ehafzee-Calzfmfzm fiidf' I I ---R-Qfl 929 15-Re-M ll, H I A rl" ' 1 1 0 X T' T ' Ee TIGER T 1 IA A I' KQV' hm. -N X N' A, v N' J' ,. 't1 6-If , 4 1 , HW' J-U31 S ' Q ll I-intl., -uyfm IW 7, f X W- -'-we-Qf 1929-1564 KENNETH COLE "Take my fworzl for it, it in 720 laughing malterf' ORRA LEE FLANNAGAN "Love to me lj 7l6lIfZH'B,5 treamre and fbe very exfefzae of life itself." ' wlu. 3 .av-'A 494' Le 8 oRFi ' MYRTLE CARPENTER "Laugh anal the 'world laugh zcifla you? ,t ,,i, 4' I' V , ' , VELMA DURRETT "Her fingerf Jlzamed the ivory keys, llzey zlaneeaf 50 lightly alongf, fffI?ff-Q -" -E 4 -fn.. gy Q fr 4 1 M ' ' 'Q' f I L KENNETH MC CAULEY "Who doe: not love wine, women am! Jong, Remain: a fool lzif whole life lougf' LY Y y W A A f l 4 + ee TIGER 'Q l WILLETTA GREEN "For the apparel alfzcayf Jhows the woman." 'lids-5 Ta Om E.n.5. uf: h.n"5 fhAf Niful Qif PAQJT . ELLA HOKMAN "Her dignity of manner niahef all who know her rexpeet her." MELVIN ASHBY "When study interferef with play, cut out the studyf' RUTH DIGMAN "Her faeeif fair and her heart is light." O INEZ WYATT "Oh luve, luve, luve, Lune is like a dizzineffg It w0n't let a young lady G0 ahout her hizzinefff' l+ .1 ' 3 fa-Qf 1929 15-at In 'dx f I, 1 I, 'lil L7 f 1 was 50 TIGER W QXNX x X xvix-N 14 :mf l929-iIQ'45f'-- QU. walfiflyw HUGH PHILLIPS "The 'world is a eomefly to those who thilzh, a tragedy to ihose echo feel." CK N GRETA - BOWERS A demure countenance and modest grace are seen in her." XJ' jj' V GENEVIEVE ' 7 CROXVLEY L V ' X ,X M4 'KThiw1ff' all you speak, but Y' speah not all you think." N f xv1RG1N1A'h . hlf A 1 '41 I, '1 f",ffCHENoWETH U "A laugh is 'zcorlh a hwzfirea A sighs in any f1zarl'el.', 3+-?VMia 1'l UA. M 1 xk 1 ' ' ROLAND HANSFORD "T he deepest rivers flow most silently." I v IL ' IVA E7 f fi I A 'V' ,- Q TIGER W HAROLD GODWIN "The zcorlzi lvzozct nothing of its greatett nzenf, 4 N - ' 5 1 'L 1--1 - - ,LW 'F dfdhfufffst CANFIELD QI. "Difigence and faithfulneff are afuvzyf rezcawieflf' THELMA STIFFLER "The teamed are not affzcayt the farge.ft." GERALDINE TRICKETT "Ever faithful and zlepemi- ahfe, with a loving and yet firm Ifi5PO.fifi0lI.,, "-:ff f f Mffffh- !77Zf'-- ROY ENGLER "A man is hut what he huowethf' f 15 1929 1?-ee:-v F V.. 4 ' f' A i -, fi T? i ah, A f Mr ffwm Qrrfwfx: 'JVNXX COMER -XX xxii XXXY' ,Z ---as-QI 1929 Iwi-- 16 "Mari is a restleff thiizg, why hother with him." ALFRIEDA HOSTETTLER " "She huhhies joyfuiiy with wit and happinefsf' 1 'G CLAIR -41 CORLEY "Take it eafy, hoyff' 'X my RENA GAINER "She hath a goal to attain by worhirzg and seeuring the moxt poffihle out of life." HILDA BARROVV "Nothing great was ever aahiewefl without eri- thusiasm and energy." H 1 A l e TIGER I CECIL KISNER "Life, what art thou without looe?,' HARRIET PERRY "Come on, lefx haw Jome fun." 9 -47H,l0'f""" .0 I E H CO E H - . "A goof! sport mr to he arlmirezif' W. I TJ K I. f-"ig" ' , N l ',.+23"""N2: 4' MTHELMA ERVINE "Her modest looks are Jweez af a primrofe that look: out from under the ihornf' CHESTER PHILLIPS 'fWe mnnot wixh for that which we hnow not." , 1 A 1 ff R I . V I: ff' I I' J .,.f. 'H' 1,14 17 " ---:wif 1929 I?-ef ..- in 1 I, 1 W 1 A .,.. M- ' ffe TIGER f 4 f -' -r .P . G7 l 1 4. Vw I 8 V--fe-QI 1929 ji-ea: HAROLD WOODFORD "Yozi'zfe got to Jfzow ine.' ff' MARY WARD ' "We would be loft 'zcitfiout our Mary." f 1 BERNICE WHITEMAN 'fW!ieiz the purify feeling mil Jolly Bernice inakes ii: glad? A P- 'xh F7-.Ja-k.., 1' 1 I 4. . m JANNA LEE ,, ,D STEVER Bl' V "'Tfie .ftringf of ner violin 'will niizke zfibmlionf that will enlfzmll llze Iieailr of nionyf' DONALD ' PHILLPS "I tlzinig lfierefore I ani 5 ave! 1? F ' - 'I I 'rl nl' If 1 , K - , A l .RUIIUI , I ,A I X FL 'll i. r Qc' dl! fi J ar IVAN DANIELS A5 long af I lice, II!! fzewr flee from zz fC'077Zd7Z.,, ALMA UNDERWVOOD Charm and wif, and joy in' living are met in flew." ' as F ' 4' CLARA PHILLIPS "Speak if af fbaflocc df timef' Qf-1.,54,"1 ,ff fx iv Q.: e Lf? of IVIADGE NICHOLS l"Vhe1z you Cdlfl mv zz won! you can mzilef, Yhfxvv, ,fs Nm xl' s' JL x A .X CHARLEg ZIRBS Be .vzmz you are riglzt, then go afieadf' A x I 1 nf , ' 4 l " ,Mu He TIGER Q , fwuc, E 5 I9 f'3'QI:1929 15-6+ O Q 'PIGER M ROBERT COX "For e man rnnft work, and women muff weep, And the Jooner if: over, the .qooner to fleejlf' 7-'fem " a 4 ADA ' MC CAULEY l'Some think the world if made for fun and frolie, and Nu Il . .f. fend? 1- Sx.-, V 'nv X 'U PAULINE MC CUSKER "WouZfi thot there were more like her." r MARY BELLE PHARES "The Jweetext thingy nfnally come in the .vmatlext NH paekegeff' GUY FRETVVELL U1 em the very pink of eourtefyf' IQQQ-Eiga... ff 1 WV., K He TIG xo T CLAY MARTIN KKHEHIZSOWZZ il as lzandfonte , dom, and be fzatlz fiona fzan1i.f07nely.,' MILDRED HICKMAN K'Tfze budding fore above tlze rose full blown." . 1 , 1" ' 47' AGNES Hgwtzfi w LI C? H1 ffzatter, I clzatter as I g , to one and than anotlzer, Some talk fait and fonze talk flow, but I talk on former." RUTH 'WQLVERTON I Yonai 12? tmp at 422m ' M fo at ,zany . V, . x SHERRICK BENNETT HAM fn pztytfz fm old aww T In ' s J 'A ..- 2 I as-QI 1929 15143 ' .- il 1" r ,,..n I I 15 nl? H I 1. . 7 rj . - ' wt' I S 41 UH ., 1 fu I f V0 X,,, ,W . I 0. ,.,, 50 TIGER 'I " f f Q 1929 15.54 HH ff - 7 'A L1 -.. JUANITA. BILLER ard: to the girl wiflz the merry Lrozwz eyeff' 3 793+ -+fziliI1:'L.. VIRGINIA HARRIS "Tha only fray to have a ffievzfl if fo be mmf' I7 . . V - A! 'rl , 1 I f I VERLE THACKER To mzffefirfazzfzf aff if to be very fef1ie11f.',, 1 ,f ff, VERA DOUGLAS "Si71zj1finity am! sweetuefx HF her zfirtzfaf, RUTH MORRIS 'Tier appreciation of art re- veals a deep and zflzozfgfztfuf parfonafity ." ,af .MW , , K 'IVfQe1'e Marek az man f ff Y W ,A 6eTIGER f ' FRANCES PIZZERFERRATO 'A loyal mmf true flafsmatef' PATRICIA RADCLIFFE IVhy worry about fomowocc' fcfzefz foe ,rzfifl have zf0ffay?', V Q , lv L KI 4. 1 FREDERICK PARMESANO I am a b5l7ltl,.fO77Z6 man but 1,711 zz gay flecei:fe1'." l- I ' "':. - . PAULINE OKERNICK l'rzriefy if the wry .rpife cj life." MARGARET O,CONNOR zz L'lZdZ7Z6E.v llzerefv 23 " fa-QI 1929 15-:J I 444,41 JLLJL,-Q f 41-?fff.Ig.4,e,.rfV-EQH, , , I, , I 6 '1 fvrffwfaprfq wwf W4 I-4 ,,f... pfI,,R R I 5 1. Lj5'l5' il Af, 1 ' I, ' ' 0 . ,MJ 5, fd -I . , , , 'ui 'l i l' ., fi? I m m 0 Ee TIGER vcvwecwblor, ,S MARY KELLY Sensible people final notlzing u.fele.vJ." JULIA FLORENTINO A fine attitude and willing- neff to lielp maker lzer nzoft appreciated." , , A lsr' 1 1.141 1 . I 'if' L ,, DAN A' BAKER Young fellowf will be young fellowff' BEATRICE PRITT A graceful ease witji dignity" J ggi' x 'Iwi-1 ' X , MARIE MOSS Joyx only flow where fate is most aroneealedf' 1 ff 1 H ' 1 '7 ,ll l 1 Ili l 1 l Y " ll,. Q ,W Ae TIGER E va, The Tiger of '29 2? There's a Tiger stalking outward, From a jungle dark and grim, A jungle grown quite dear, somehow, Though it almost conquered him. There are myriad stony paths ahead, Stretching oler the mountains high, As the Tiger leaves the jungle Where his dear old comrades lie. Four years lived he in the mazes Of the jungle's twisted ways, And now he leaves behind him All haunts of former days. His days of play are over, Years of toil lie far ahead, And he starts his long, long journev With a feeling near to dread. Though hels headed toward the glezunings, That are of the world a part, He will always keep the jungle ,Mongst the treiisures of his heart! -RUTH VfOI,VL1R'I'0N. l X 'fv' s r f- fi. ' 1 . .., He TIGER Class History Q i FRESHMAN YEAR-IQ25-IQ26 Almost four seasons ago a flock of about one hundred and seventy yearlings trotted into the arena of the old jungle. Frightened were they but still full of ego. That same day, after having been shown the ways of the jungle they met again in the arena, conferred, and emerged into the sunlight with Arlton Hooker, great leader, Doran Brown, little leader, Geraldine Trickett, record keeper, and Sophia Haven, guardian of bones. The old jungle was not large enough for all the packs that roamed its paths, so in March all journeyed far to a new hunting ground where the trees were higher and the trails wider. Happy were they in their new home. All through the year the baleful, hungry roars of Shere Kalm, the tiger, echoed through the jungle, and the yearlings trembled with fear at the awful sound. ln the contests they were defeated, but they did not fare for they had given one of their number to the tribe which defended the name of the jungle in the con- tests held in the great city. just before the annual period of rest set in they held a great pow-wow under the trees at Haddixes. GPRS SOPHOMORE YEAR-I Q26-1927 A year passed and the two-year-olds who had been the yearlings of '25 looked down disdainfully at the yearlings of '26, Now they thought that they knew all the secrets of the jungle. Alas for the folly of the Very youngl They were soon disillusioned. They conferred this time high in the trees of the arena of the new jungle and selected jack Parmalee, great leader, Arlton Hooker, little leader, Velma Durrett, scribe and keeper of bones. Shere Kalm, the Tiger, grew very thin and emaciated that year and very nearly died. ln the great contests the yearlings were successful. ln the spring another great feast was held on a lonely hill top at Valley Bend. The spoils were many. QJQ JUNIOR YEAR-1927-1928 Two years have passed since we have entered into this wild and furious jungle of mysteries and many more to learn about. Beginning the third year of life in the jungle we elected another leader, Arlton Hooker, jack Parmalee, little leader, Geraldine Trickett, record keeper, and Velma Durrett, guardian of bones. This was a very busy year for the juniors in this jungle as we had Stunt Night to sponsor. After we had Worked very hard, to our amazement Stunt Night was a huge success. ln May the three- and four-year-olds met in that wild and ferocious jungle of Arnold Hill under the trees, but woe no more than did we begin to eat when wild torrents of rain began to fall and we had to hustle and get up a very high hill before the path would be- come too dangerous. Although with this mishap, we had a wonderful time. Thus ended our third year in the jungles. 2 6 we-QI 1929 15-at-U :7 M Q V W T3 l tt He TIGER MJ SENIOR YEAR-1928-1929 At last We have come into this wonderful jungle to complete our learning. We began the fourth year by electing Arlten Hooker, big leader, Francis Patterson, little leader, Dorothy Gwinn, record keeper, and Carl Channell, guardian of bones. ln the month of November our class staged a play entitled uThe Romantic Agen, directed by a very charm- ing lady, Mrs. Gould. The play was enjoyed by all the jungle folks. Hurrah! The four-year-olds won first prize in Stunt Night. They took it to their den and eagerly devoured its contents. A terrible roar ensued as rumors of a big feed circulatedgsuspense and excitement galore. At last the day arrived and every Tiger, groomed in his best, slunk into that vast, awesome place, the Tygart jungle. Every Tiger enjoyed himself until his stripes fairly shone. The four-year-olds have found some new treasures to tell about and with a roar of challenge every Tiger flauntcd on his sleek side a new ring and pin, to the astounded jungle folks. Time passes and the four-year-olds are rapidly becoming superior and mature of age as the ways out of the vast iungle become clearer. At last the revival of the four and the three-year-olds, now friends, roaming the trails together. Last longing and lingering looks are Cast at the old familiar trails as quitting time Comes. A look of wistfulness ccmes into the eyes of every Tiger, but not for long. His eye sparkles, his heart leaps rapidly and he fairly bristles as he faces the future. A terrible roar greets his conquest of future knowledge in the great jungle beyond. Each Lion and Lioness is ready for his part. ' Adieu to our many friends ef the jungle and welcome to the years ahead! 2 7 ---ra-QI1929 js'-4+ ,7 fl' fie T 'lm 1 x M". M ' ,IL 11.15 .-"i V 4651? i lg 1 A M: X A ,.,7 1 E 155' N 6 TIGER f fl- ' ' X ,.fi""' M. e "" " I gig I IU L Rx .xx KI, we , ff f 1 1 M, -I ' J unior Officers is . 4 CARROI.I. TALBOTT. ..,. . , . . . . ,Prexident GARRPl'P'I' ALLEN . . . .Vice Premierzz LILIJAN HELTZEL .... ........ S ecremry MARY JANE WILT. . . ..... Treafurer 29 ---:wQf1929 I dl I n f Aftrm xx "' 1 I x In Ae TIGER AV BURLEY HICKMAN BETTY HARWOOD HELEN GOLEY HOWARD GODVVIN VVINIFRED TRIPLETT A--as:-QI lSjZ9YlQ'6f-'- ELIZABETH 'KUMP EVELYN LOBB DONALD ' DYE ELOISE HALL OPAL DANIELS n I Af Jw I I I H w T I f of KM Ee Q ,-wil ff! A f Qc' LOUISE PREYSZ KATHERINE SCHOONOVER LOUISE SLEEMAN RAYMOND WHITE EVELYN GREEN EVELYN KELLER THURMAN HODGES GENEVIEVE DAY RUTH GAVVTHORPE BETTY BENNETT v I I W I I fn- ,A " -"N r ' Qc' I II ffe 'PIGER II EDWARD DUDLEY GE NEVIEVE HINKLE RITA DI BACCO DARWIN WINGFIELD GOLDIE SPONAUGLE 3 z ibnezg... MARIE RENNIX FIELDING FIDLER MARGARET KUMP MARGUERITE DUCKWORTH MARY ELIZABETH FISHER 1 ff 1 iff, I ,LP Q T1 GER DORRAN BROVV N VIVIAN BULLIVANT WVAYNE SCOTT FRANCES BAKER VERGIE I-IARTMAN MILDRED SMITH JUANITA KELLEY LILLIAN WAMSLEY MARY LOUISE FISHER GEORGIA POLING w If W ..A1 -- I ll' v., I J' I M. --Si .I .Im IQTJIIIT A v ' 1 T? j IMG 50 TIGER IT HILDA SIMMONS GEORGIA AYERS MARGARET JEFFERS HERMAN SANDRIDGE 'CTR Q 0 Wx 3-N-sl-'N-4 gb NATALINE WRIGHT 3 4 ---:eb'QVi.Ej5-ee4--- JOYCE OLSON HENRY WILSON IIUCILLE TALBOTT ELIZABETH DAFT ANNA GRACE ENLOW gf.. w 'A ' W ' A ' -, f. 1, l I M Ae TIGER Q -X . ,. 1. Ln'-QI I M, V FA . ,. MARY ELIZABETH FREDLOCK HAZEL BURKE 'JOE DAVIS GRAY WILT ADA VV AMSLEY .-can 3 5 Ie-11929 15-ef RUTH PINGLEY ROBERT NICHOLS GLADYS RENNIX ESTHER DOBBINS ,. ' W 1, 12 ' f Be TIGER A , , - N 36 l , 55412329 'E Y , gr -- H f V1 Ae TI GER MU x, ,' .. 37 ...ggqei I5.e!,:g... I f I l 1 A ll K I ' V-'lm ' ' 'E I 1 , J e He TIGER Arbogast, Charles Allen, Robert Buzzard, Neil Boyles, Lawrence Burke, Joe Barrow, John Coberly, Donald Curtis, Carlton Collett, Robert Cox, Howard Cunningham, Everett Colson, James Corbin, Charles Comer, Gerald Day, James Dye, Kenneth French, George Fenster, Richard Ferguson, Thomas Godwin, Brown Goldberg, George Garcia, Raymond Gibson, Eugene Goldberg, Victor Green, Allan Hinehman, Earl Hockenberry, Harry J Hathaway, Weldon Heltzel, Keith Hersmon, Harry Hinkle, Azle Hedrich, Robert Haddix, Clarence Ham1ne1', Jimmie Henning, Carl Hodges, Ivan lsner, Cecil lsner, Junior Jones, Lewis Freshman Boys Johnson, Kent Kepner, Earl Keller, Scott, Jr. Kelley, Jack Kelly, Donald Kerns, Harry Kelly, Ashur Kerns, Arno Lang, Halford Lough, Jack Martin, Olaf McLaughin, Charles Maxon, Lawrence Maxwell, Charles Nutter, Clyde Nichols, Wallace Phares, Edgar Poe, Flor Poling, Ira Powers, Chester Poling, Edwin Pritt, Alfred Phares, John Perry, Ward Peters, Harry Phares, Lindsey Perchan, Lawrence Raymond, Clyde Raines, James Rexrode, Gilbert Rohr, Olen Rudd, Charley Rush, Albright Rutherford, Wilford Snffel, Augdcn Saffel, Cleston Sell, Kenneth Shaffer, Robert Shertleff, Vincent Simmons, Harold Simmons, Emmett Sigler, Willis Skidmore, Harry Skidmore, Allen Smith, Ernest 38 ---fail 15329 ja-ee-M Smouse, Billy Snedegar, Paul Stalnaker, James Snedegar, Nunley Stalnaker, Richard Stalnalcer, Glenn Talbott, Jimmy Taylor, Howard Thomas, Kenneth Talbott, Williani Taylor, Howard Towles, William Trimboli, Michael Tyre, Raymond VVamsley, Burley Ware, Earl Ware, Phillip Weese, Charles Whiteman, Hamill White, Theodore Willard, James Wilt, Victor Wilmoth, Ira Wolfe, Howard Wolverton, Robert Wolfe, Arthur Woolwine, Harry Wright, Gscar Yeager, Ben Weese, Bert York, Jerome Young, Lawrence Zirbs, Rudolph Fretwell, Carl Hamrick, Woodford Mouse, Guy Hart, Ivan Moss, Frank Chenoweth, Garland M A ,-f, fm- ' -Y He TIGER XW f" 2, . ff , 5' 3 9 ---fa-QI 1929 15161-H i fi A "" -Y t i He 'PIGER A Arnold, Elizabeth Booth, Irene Barb, Anita Barb, Sacie Bowman, Katherene Boyd, Goldie Bowers, Joe Ellen Baker, Virginia Cove, Rosie Currence, Lucille Corner, Ola Collett, Ollie Mae Conner, Mildred Coberly, Mary Frances Durrett, Donna Dermeson, Virginia Day, Margaret Doyle, Claris Davies, Phyllis Ervine, Margaret Elza, Mary Erzinger, Louise Erzinger, Anglia Fredlock, Eliza Flubarger, Elsie Ferguson, Hester Florentino, Grace Fisher, Georgia Flint, Mary Jane Gainer, Marie Goodwin, Margurite Goodwin, Kathleen Gilmore, Nina Galford, Dorothy Graham, Velma Graham, Geraldine Grimes, Freda Harper, Alverta Harper, Eileen Freshman Girls LXQQA Herrick, Mary Hanger, Bess Hart, Cliva Hoffman, Hallie Hamrick, Goldie Hansford, Idalee Helmick, Virginia Hinkle, Edythe Hinchman, Edna Hinchman, Viola Houchin, Stella Hinkle, Mildred Harshbarger, Virginia Isner, Verna Isner, Katherine Johnson, Esther johnson, Hazel Jones, Sadie johnson, Thelma Kesling, Nellie Klein, Anita Kepner, Eve Leeber, Mary Luzier, Waneda Lansdale, Carie Mellow, Jessie Mylius, Effie Montgomery, Dorothy McDonald, Katherine Marstiller, Mary Marstiller, Ina Lee McMillen, Marie Mitchell, Gilsie Montgomery, Madelyn Mix, Florence Mix, Freda Menear, Ora O'Conner, Thelma O'Conner, Lula O'Dell, Virginia Preyse, Marguerite Phillips, Della Phillips, Edna Phillips, Pearl 40 C 1929 1b.g.,... Pritt, Myrtle Pritt, Dolly Purkey, Virginia Russell, Frances- Rexroad, Margaret Richter, julia Shirley, Roselea Simmons, Helen Steel, Regina Saffle, Roetta Stiffler, Martha Trickett, Margaret Vanscoy, Delane Vest, Regina Von Allman, Eleanor Wilmoth, Beulah Weeks, Lillian Williams, Ruth Wilt, Reba Wamsley, Regina Wilhelm, Dorcas Whiteman, Eleanor Wills, Leola Yost, Elma Basil, Delores Basil, Elizabeth Burke, Helen Daniels, Geraldine Gimmel, Mayme Hockenberry, Ella Hooker, Irene Joseph, Anna Belle Kump, Mary Gamble Manning, Helen Olsen, Mondaine Schoonover, Gazelle Snyder, Willa Swisher, Mildred Watring, Kathryn DIIRGEQLXNMZQLMIFMD II! I fl I Af ,4 I E K X I I V IAAF G X: J- at-,lim i A GIRL RESERVES 41 1929 15-ee--' I ' W 1 f' y ,,A, M 'Y 1 '7 1 He TIGER W X ai x Q3 gif' A l p, M Q, X sa , X 5, I 5 a . 2 ,Q 4 z ---,wif 1929 156-- 1 'T l W ' M He TIGER f' 43 4 W f Af I T I 1 Al' Rx , ML. in . l lifg lmml A i f The Journalism Club iii The Journalism Club of Elkins High School was organized at the beginning of the first semester of the 1928-1929 session of school. It has 25 members and has assumed the publication of "The Cub". None of the members of the club has had any experience at publishing a paper, but they have brought "The Cuby' to a high standard of excellence and the club has become a permanent unit in the high school organization. The plans for the next year have been carefully made and the future of the club is promising. QRS Miss Virginia Rider is sponsor for the club. The following compose the editorial staff: MARGARET KUMP. , .,.. Managing Editor GERALDINE LANTZ ...., ..,............ I okay ALICE WHITE ...... . . . Joker DONALD WILMO'I'lI .... ....,,,, A rt ITILDA SIMMONS .,......... . . , Junior Reprefenfatiw HARRIET MARTIN. . , . . Sophomore Reprcfentatizie DONNA DURRETT .,,.. .... F reflzman Repfefmtatioe MARIE RENNIX ......,, ..........,Ty2D15i EVELYN KELLER ......,. .,,..,. T ypzft GENEVIEX"E SIMMONS .,.. ,.... T ypist LAURA MARSHALL, . . . , . .Typirr Q13 Reporters-Mary G. Kump, Anita Klein, Virginia Kimble, Carrie Shaw, Mary Moats, Ocie Kerns, Ruth Smith, Gladys Riley, Vergie Simmons, Jimmie Talbott, Hilda Simmons, Lillian Helrzel, Gertrude Crawford, Mary Antoline and Lena Antoline. 44 E ---be-if 1929 15-ee-M 5 Nix' ,iffy If 'I 4 W 4 ,, LV V-' ,- VJ fi 6 NSE, 131, W4 I . if L .. VVVV V QV. ,i-k .97 'Eh It H wi Y ng-.Vfpgv Ea. 6?3iifgj? z Vs 15 .5 3? Www Qi 1, B- nfl' 5 XSD! if M' W V2 A 2 K E 'Q 309, V53 Q3 gvQV-.+VVff- 3 ,uf ,xx ,ifgiiv , B ' Q x , 0 is VV- Z 6 HS if 2 12. 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V H ga 1 ,xg l' VV MQ, Vik l V V-ig., .L l :Vi f , Vw. ' 2 if I if R Cris, A 3 4 1 if A 4 ,K ggx' Q '14 V? 93 W. Q fa Ay. My ,VV Q F .,wV 2, 'yugstl J ,Hin ,E 'Q , .V. 5.8. A 3? ' V 535 Q .3 'V Sf? Leg.. ' . V ' Ilur . A V tgv gg . ?Qgi??i51f?EQ-?iYie? "' V V . f ?5?f5f3i:iQ52f5??i V A.., 5 .AV ' VV V ff? ' 1 ' V A V., 4' . 1: if. 51 a 4 K 4 . 3 1 '4 2 3 5 5 4 5 2 If y 3 2 Sv ? 2 5 2 2 5 S 3 E 1 I fp I fA ffe T1 G I-DR M COACH WIMER ' 45 A--9941: 1929 15-ef-M -J-- ' 4 C I I C A fm hw' In I. Av '- H ? ,, 46 ---,eb-4-I 1929 jQ-ef--' , + A 13' W I Ar'-'lim 'Y I I He TIGER Football 035. When football practice was called on September 1, there were about forty candidates who reported. By the end of the first week it looked as if Elkins was going to have a very poor season. Coach Wirner was able to round eleven men into shape to turn back the Alumni to a tune of 18-6. Our team next played three games on foreign fields. First they defeated Parsons 56-O. When the dust was settled and the Tigers poked their heads out they discovered that they had turned back the Charleston boys in the Capital City. Fairmont East Side was only able to account for a large circle beside the large I2 points of Elkins. The schedule now called for us to play three games at home so we decided to "tramp', over Weston by a margin of 38-6 and Buckhannon 20-6. Then came the strong Shinnston team to play our Orange and Black. We said, "They shall not pass," so it proved they could not pass our stone Wall when we totaled I2 points to Shinnston's O. The Tigers received a great scare at Philippi when our opponents scored 18 points to our 25. When the Blue and Red team of Morgantown entered the field here the Orange and Black team was determined to get revenge for the defeat handed them in 1927. The Elkins fans witnessed a tight game and cheered when they saw the paper's headlines Elkins 7, Morgantown 0. To put the finishing touch on the season we turned Grafton back by a cheerful score of 32-6. Elkins and Benwood were the only undefeated teams, and the West Virginia Rules Committee would not let us play a post season game so we Were declared State Champions. The season was successfully ended and celebrated by a large banquet given by Hon. John T. Davis. The boys all received leather footballs consisting of the schedule on one side, and State Champs and their name on the other side. After a very elaborate five-course dinner was served, there were some very interesting talks given on various views of sports. The Senior Class of ,ZQ may boast of the State Champions and the best season in the history of the school in football. QJVQ Scores CTBQY' HOME GAMES 7 5 September 21 , . . Almuni 6-Elkins . .3381 October Ig.. .... Weston 6 Elkins ...., . . 38 October 27, . Buckhannon 6-Elkins . . 20 November 3 ,.... ..... S hinnston 0gElkins .. IZ November 16 Morgantown O-Elkins ..... . . 7 ' GAMES ABROAD September 29 .,.. .,,. P arsons O-Elkins. . . . . 56 October 6, . . . . Charleston 61-Elkins . . 22 October 12. . East Fairmont 0-Elkins , , I2 November 9. .... Philippi 18-Elkins . . 25 November 28 , . , Grafton 6-Elkins . . 32 T231 Pcints .... . . . Opponents 48-Elkins ..., 242 4-7 euguil-A-4 mall' 'i,......M-Mt ,. ---va-tl 1929 Ita:-A J ' M, H 1 eTIGER 48 Q 1 IQQJ?-ep.. 'it , He 'l 'IGER , "4 MA 1, ' '1.' ' 'hw' lynn, -.1 - V" , L ff as I Basketball The Elkins High School quintet opened their season Christmas night, playing two extra periods and losing by two lone points to the most powerful Alu111ni ever played. January fourth the Polar Bears of Fairmont invaded our city only to reverse their direction back to Fairmont with a losing score of 29-15. January tenth Philippi followed Fairmont, leaving Elkins a victory of 35-12. The Orange and Black five completed their first trip by de- feating Buckhannon 29-20. On January eleventh they turned back the Gray and Blue of Weston 24-14. The Tigers defeated Morgantown 38-10 in the first home game after the trip, and a victory over Grafton 23-11 soon followed. The most exciting game on the home card was January twenty-sixth when the Orange and Black of Shinnston and Elkins clashed with both teams having a clean record. After a hard struggle the Elkins quintet emerged with 32 points to Shinnstonls 11. While a large, red, sweet smelling rose was laid on the Tigers' record, a large black spot dropped upon the Shinnston record. We may also throw out our chests and say Weston was defeated in Elkins 19-15, as was East Fairmont 38-15, and Philippi 30-23. Our boys scored the second victory over East Fairmont at Fairmont 35-17. February sixteenth Elkins was found at Grafton with the score tied many times, until finally Shelton pitched a foul making the score 20-19. The Red and Blues of Morgantown were turned back on their floor 28-15. The Elkins boys received their first defeat by Shinnston before one of the largest crowds of Clay District. Shinnston fought hard to Win by 28-20. The Buck- hannon five was turned back 38-17. March first and second we entered the sectional tournament, defeating Sand Ford 61-145 Buckhannon 29-135 Richwood 26-17, and losing to Philippi in the finals 20-22. After the victory over Keyser, 28-14, the boys were feeling good, but the following night returned from Fairmont only lacking five points of defeat- ing West Fairmont. The Tigers entered the state tournament at Buckhannon defeating Kingwood 22-14 in first prelimiraaries and Parkersburg 39-25 in the second preliminaries. Then they met Shinnston in the tri-finals and defeated them 29-16 for the second time of the season. ln the semi-finals We turned Keyser back 18-16, and then Wheeling de- feated us in the finals 41-31. The high school is proud of one of the best records ever made by our team. U LVQ HOME GAMES GAMES ABROAD Elkins -Alumni ,,...... 26 Elkins -Buckhannon ,. 20 Elkins -West Fairmont . , IS Elkins -Weston .,.. I4 'Elkins 35-Philippi , . . ..,. I2 Elkins Philippi , . . . , 23 Elkins 38-Morgantown .. ., IO Elkins East Fairmont. I7 Elkins -Grafton ,... . . II Elkins Grafton . . . . IQ Elkins -Shinnston . , , , 21 Elkins -Morgantown . I5 Elkins -Weston ..,, . . . I5 Elkins -Shinnston ....,. 28 Elkins East Fairmont. . . IS Elkins -West Fairmont 22 Elkins, . . . . -Buckhannon . . . . I7 Elkins. , . , -Keyser ,,,. , . I4 TOTAL POINTS Elkins. . . . SQ7-OPPOHCHIS ..... 288 49 W--:stef 1929156-" 7 4 I , I In I ,Q 1 i , , " 'z' 'qi' I e pl ' A ' S O '--as-QI 1929 15.64--' 1 A Wee TIG ER -' W in - l ' W W f ...M . , ' 1, I 'l H :tt , 1 . Ar '41 - , , V Q lwllfy ,I l srl' 1. Q41 1 ' IA' fl I, I .' flu, : I I' I Review of 1928 Track Season Although but five Tigers remained from the 1927 track team, who had won the coveted letter "En, Elkins turned out the best team ever to represent the South Elkins lnstitution. Coaches Frank C. Wimer and B. Bruffey turned out a team that won three Dual Meets, one three-cornered Meet, the W. Va. Sectional Meet, and took fourth place in the State Championships at Mountaineer Field in Morgantown. Several local and sectional records were broken by the stalwart lads of the mountain tops. Tony Leeber, Clay Martin, Herman Ball and Guy Eretwell were outstanding in the state meet. Myrl Kepner was one of the finest leaders the team has had, and he is in a great part responsible for the fighting spirit of the whole squad. The outstanding meet was the three-cornered affair with Washington Irving and Grafton at Clarksburg. ln the I4 events scheduled on the program, Elkins won ten first places, five seconds, and finished third place six times to amass a total of 83 1-3 points to 38 1-3 for W. I. and 22 1-3 for Grafton. Elkins won the Sectional Championship for the third successive time. Fourteen men won letters which was unusual when it is considered that a man must win first or equivalent number of points in first and second places in at least one earn an award. Those who received letters were: Captain Myrl Kepner, Clay Tony Leeber, Everett Taylor, Guy Fretwell, Charles Simmons, Ward Rice, Roy Herman Ball, Bonn Brown, Harold Woodford, Amos Herold, Elmo Channell Lantz and Manager Lawrence Gilmore. meet to Martin, Engler, , Joseph GNRQ The Record of the Meets cx9Qf.w Inter-Class Meet: Seniors 59, Sophomores 3Q I-2, juniors 27 1-2. Elkins 109-Alumni 17. Elkins IOGTPRISOHS 36. Elkins 110 I-6'PZlI'SO1lS 31 5-6. Elkins 83 1-33 Vlfashington-Irving 38 1-3, Grafton 22 1-3. 6910 WEST VIRGINIA SECTIONAL CHAMPS. Elkins 104 I-25 Parsons 39 I-23 Tunnelton 23 Thomas 6. Qalfb STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET , Parkersburg 633 Charleston 39 5-6, Huntington 363 Elkins 22 5-6. Sl ...,.,,rEmj,.a.... W I A ,Um - I 1? fl i . mf TIGE a i t Calendar SEPTEMBER Seniors and Juniors register. Sophomores and Freshmen register. "Dont step on it!-it might be a Freshmanf, "Now, l absolutely will not tolerate talking in this class." Look how close this came to being Friday the 13th. The same old process of Usettlingl' down or "settling" out. First club day. Will 4 olclock ever come? Senior girls, with the excuse of singing, display the new fall styles. First Hi-Y meeting. Twenty-nine applied for membership. E. H. S. 18, Alumni 6. Some beginning, Hey? D. E. 7, W. V. U. O. Sure, l was there. Some one in their big, kind, gencrcus, innocent and kind-hearted way, my English IV. Oh! well-. Top coats and overcoats appear. Junior girls give us their impression of "moosic". Tiger Staff gets down to business. Locker keys wonlt work. E. H. S. 56, Parsons O. D. E. 2, Navy O. OCTOBER Cast starts on Senior play. Hi-Y and P-nuts. Seniors get their faces "took"-'Know look at me and smile". Hi-Y tomorrow. The decision of 632 pupils, l'School's too dumb Boys leave for Charleston. E. H. S. 22, Charleston 6. Period of gloom and depression. Six-weeks tests. Hi-Y goes to Mill Creek to start the boys on the "l'm ashamed of your conduct last night." Bud elected as cheer leader. Let's go, gang! Elkins 12, Fairmont O. Mr. Bruffey throws his jaw out of place chewing gum. What is the T. V. C.? Football Cas she are played by the weaker if sexj demonstrated Balcony decorated in green. "Freshies', learn to yell for E. H. Weston 6, E. H. S. 38. Six weekls reports. Explain to parents why 70 is a good grade. -lust Tuesday and rain, rain, rain-and some more rain. for wordsf, path of righteousness. to us in S. More rain and "Freshies" have assembly. What could be worse? Board says no Tiger! Result: Tiger Staff decides- to put it over. just the same old GRIND. E. H. S. 20, Buckhannon 6. State championship looms on the horizon. Play practice. Mid-night oil is consumed in enormous quantities. Informal Hi-Y initiation. Ohl Boyl Ouchl Thas sore. 5 2 ---va-11929 bei'- relieved me of assembly I fr +fr- -' ra i l W I A if - -, .f. 1 s' f' ,lil . ilflk f QW U60 I 1 It .A fl y ,. A ' 1' Rf- ln.. '-1 ' NOVEMBER 1 "Just another day wasted awayw-etc. 2 Beat Shinnstonl Big thuse and everything. Senior play goes over great. 3 Did we? And how! E. H. S. IZ, Shinnston o. 5 So much on "Al'. How much on "Herby"? 6 No school. Why don't they elect presidents every year? 7 The school decides to buy band uniforms. 8 Guess who was elected? Three guesses. Q E. H. S. 25, Philippi 18. Two games left. I2 Special assembly. Armistice Day. I3 Everybody broke as usual. 14 Mayor Wilson speaks in assembly. I5 Biggest thuse in history. Band plays. Big parade. Talks. Let's go Big Orange 16 T9 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 go 3 4 5 6 7 o II I2 13 14.. T7 18 '9 zo 21 3 4 S 5 Team! Beat Morgantown. Elkins 7, Morgantown O. Students go wild. Storm the town. Special assembly. Let,s have some donations for those Band Uniforms. On to Huntington, Hi-Y. Assembly. Some loyal E. H. S. backers get free shoe polish. Biology Class has big feed. What on-rotten fish? Six week,s tests again. Mr. Arnett insists that girls should not play poker in class. Going to Huntington? How much money you got? E. H. S. beats Grafton. Turkey tomorrow. Holiday. "Not feeling good. Darn that turkeyfl DECEMBER Report cards. We make .1 resolution to study that subject that we made F in. Resolutions waver. Pep Club has assembly. We refuse to suck cider thru a straw. Football players go to sleep in classcs. We all know the reason More grub for football team. Girl Reserves entertain. Committee picks Senior rings. Still suffering. We learn to use finger bowls. So dark we had to use a light to go ho1ne to lunch. Parnell goes through his tricks for us again. Mr. Green and Mr. Vest develop a mania for themes. 5,000 Words. lVIrs. Wimer assures her astounded English IV classes that there is a Santa Claus. Assembly as usual. Everybody happyg good times ahead. Mr. Fidler gives an impossible Bible test then hides behind a map and yells weakly "Merry Christmas". W. V. U., alias Alumni, dcwns Tigers in a terrific struggle of three extra periods. JANUARY "And look what l got." Faculty lose their Christmas spirit. Settle down to the old grind. How I wish school was outl Start breaking New Year resolutions. 5 3 He TIGER 9 IO II IZ F4 15 16 17. 18 21 22 23 34 25 28 29 30 I 2 4 5 6 7 S 11 I2 13. 14 YS 18 19 20 2I 22 23 25 26 27 28 I 2 4 5. Carroll Talbott and Fred Parmesano show us a few simple ways to break our necks. Seniors walk and mumble tu themselves. English IV is the answer. Having squelched Philippi, the team moves to Buckhannon. E. H. S. 29, Buck- hannon 20. We also beat Weston. Ten bzlow at 7:30 a. in. this morning. Br-r-r-. Everybody studying for six weeks tests. The light wouldnlt fade for "Preston Allen. Juniors, assembly. Students begin to study with faint hopes of exemption. fVery faint.j Elkins beats Morgantown. Exemption lists-disappointment-hard studye-no rest for the wearyg nightmaresg chaos. Examinations. . More examinations. Many seek their beds with nervous breakdowns. Weeping, wailing and gnashing of tceth. How many did you pass? Empty seats here and there. "Just my luck. I didnlt know my lesson and Mrs. Wimer insisted in asking me about all the questionsf, Dr. Allen speaks in assembly. Perry Weese sings. FEBRUARY Elkins beats Weston. Elkins wins ninth straight victory at the expense of East Side, Fairmont. Everybody seems in bad hunior. Must be the weather. Slightly cooler in northeastern portion with westerly winds blowing fro111 the Atlantic. Someone confesses to the sin of never having seen a basketball game. T. V. C. meeting at Velmals. Elkins beats Buckhannon. Mrs. Wimer bans gum chewing. "Patv extinguished. uvlolly Tarsl' play some snappy music in assembly. Freshmtn get pictures taken. Elkins continues by beating East Side. Stunt night goes over big. Seniors take prize. Hooray! ,S awful. No excitement. Tests. Everybody happy? ff Mrs. Gordon speaks in assembly. First real snow storm. Had some time dodging snow balls. E. H. S. beats Morgantown. Shinnston downs Elkinsg our first defeat. Blue Monday. Everybody catching up lost sleep. Another Cub appears. Goodl Assembly. The usual announcements. Channel gets the Hair' in Economics Class. MARCH Philippi Tourney starts. Elkins wins first game. E. H. S. loses to Philippi in finals. Students co111e back empty-handed. Six weeks tests in order. Teachers very unpopular. Rain and snow. 5 4- ---fa-Qf 1929 15-at-v 1 I 0 E ' . tl .7 He TIGE x 8. Elkins doubles score on Keyser. Q. And then loses to Fairmont. 11. All persons with Weak hearts prepare for the shock. Report cards due. 12. "Get your report cards in right awayfl 13. Tacky day. School looks like a lgL111l7S Camp. Rain and all that sort of thing. 14. State Tournament commences. E. H. S. downs Kingwood. 15. Elkins beats Parkersburg and Shinnston. Some going. 16. Elkins wins over Keyser, but loses to Wheeling in finals. Martin on all-state team 18. Special assembly. Capt. Martin gives us a talk. "We go boom and faw dovvnf' 19. Glee Club sounds like hoarse frogs today. 20. Dr. Golden gives us talk in assembly. 21. Everybody has spring fever. 22. Inter-class Tourney. juniors win. 25. Track men report. f'Gloomy', Wimer plays his part. 26. Hi-Y gives a Father and Son Banquet. 27. Mixed quartette carol. 28. Every Senior is feverishly working on autobiographies. 29. Plans made for a Senior Banquet and Dance. 30. Tiger goes to press. -- APRIL II. Senior Banquet and Dance. Best of the year. 13. lnter-Class Track Meet. kluniors would win. zj. Glee Club brings fifty ubuclasu to town. 30. Seniors flash their jewelry. MAY Elkins noses out W. l. in track meet. . Stationery arrives. How about a card? 11. West Virginia Sectional Track Meet. LO. Cram for Senior Exams. 25. Annual glunior-Senior Picnic. Rain? 4. 6 26. Rev. Dye delivers Class Sermon. 29. Class Night. 31. Commencement and Fareivells to old E. H. S. 5 5 ' 1" qt W f A is i . ffe TIGER M 'lv lit . g g s i g The Senior Play 'iii UTHE ROMANTIC AGEU CAST OF CHARAc'1'iiRs Mrs. Knowle ........,.. . . .,,....,...,.. . . .Virginia Harris Melisande, her daughter .... . . Dorothy Gwinn .lane Bagot, her niece ...., . .. Velma Durrett Alice ....,.....,.. .,., l 'ilizabeth Cole Mr. Knowle ........ ,.... S herrick Bennett Bobby Coote ..... .... K enneth McCauley Gervase Mzlllory. . . ...,.., Nlelvin Ashby lifrn ,..........,.. . .... ....., . , , . . . . Agnes Hamlin Gentleman Susan ....,...........,..................,........... Arlton Hooker For many days we heard these nantes called frcm one end of the hall to the other, then we would see some of the Seniors with little blue books just studying so hard. We knew it wasn't for classes by the way they studied. llach evening after school we would see them disappear behind the auditorium door and we wouldn't see them until they came to class the next morning with a very sleepy look on their faces. It began to arouse our curiosity very much, so we began to inquire around, and then we found all of this excite- ment was over a play that the Seniors were putting on, "The Romantic Agefl "The Romantic Agen was presented at the High School auditorium November 2 and Nlelisande, the romantic, scorns her modern suitor, Bobby, who promptly falls in love with jane Bagot. She longs for a knight of old who will make her dreams come true. Gervase Nlallory, on his way to a fancy dress ball, stops to inquire his way. Melisande and Gervase encounter each other by the moonlight, and Melisande feels that she has at last found the knight of her dreams. But Melisande's air castles crash when sh.: encounters him next day in ordinary clothes. He convinces her, however, that there is really romance and happiness to be found in every-day life. Too much praise cannot be given to the stage directors. Mrs. Eleanor Gould deserves a great dcal of commendation for the manner in which each part Was worked out, and it was evident to the spectators that she, as well as the members of the cast, spent many hours in perfecting the presentation. GAVE Stunt Nite Stunt Nite was given at the High School building February 17, IQZQ, at 8100 p. in. The program was as follows: Senior Class ......,,. . . . . . .Hicksville Train Hi-Y ..,,.,.,,.. ...,., T oyland Sophomore Class .... .... B rain Waves Girl Reserves ..... ,.....,. A Gypsy Scene Junior Class, . . .,......... Mock Faculty H. H. Club ,.... .... S cene from Radio Land T. V. C. Club .,,...., , . ,..,......, Dr. Quack Pep Club ....,...,,. ..., . . . .... Human Automobile The prize was won by the Senior Class. lm ---ie-QIf1929 115-een l C Q In gr rx 1 A if 2 Wf ,JJ f' I ffe T1 G EB M Mr. Bruffey Qin Civics Classj: Ult is possible for a man to be without a countryf, Ada McCauley: "ls there anything worse than a man without a countryil' Mr. Bruffey: "No.,' Ada: l'Oh yes there is. A country without a man." :if Pk af if ak Lester Heavener: 'lLet's have some ginger ale.', Agnes Hamlin: "Pale?" Lester: 'fOh, no, just a glass will dof, ak wk its af ak Sayings of Gran! Men Smile and the world smiles with youg snore and you sleep alone.-Carl Channell. ln case of fire always look for bargains.-lsadore Goldberg. The only way to stop the petting epidemic is to drown all the baby girls.-William Barnard. as wk 111 as ak Harold Woodford: "So you'rc a salesmang whaddo you sell? Donald Phillips: "I sell salt. llm a salt seller." Harold: "Shakel,' Pk PF PF Pk Pk ' Charles Zirbs saw Louise Sleeman stepping from a car. Running to her he asked: "May l not help you to alight? l' "I do not smoke," she said. as :if :sf Pk bk Garrett Allen fthe magicianj: "I could use a one dollar bill for this trick, but a two dollar bill would make it twice as interestingf, Pk Pk Pls Dk Pk Y Mr. Stewart fexplaining the term customers and creditors in bookkeepingji 'KBoyle, if l pay cash for a suit at John B. Wiltls, what am lil, Boyle Murdock: "You're richf, ak ak as Pk as Mr. Kelley, traveling in the Pennsylvania Dutch section, saw the following pinned over the push button at a house where a bell was out of order: 4'Button don't bellf' "Bump.,' as Af as ak as Herman Ball: "At least once in my life l was glad to be down and outf' Arlton Hooker: "When was thatfv Herman: 'Z-Xfter my first tiip in an airplane." as vi: ak Pk bk Spied on Harry Andersonls Ford, parked near liflkins Highl "Bored of Education. as ak :if af ak Harold Godwin: "Beatrice, there's been something trembling on my lips for months and months." . Beatrice: "Yes, so l see. WVhy donlt you shave it offfw Roland Hansford: "Will ycu join me in a bowl of soup?" Dan Baker: "Do you think there'd be room for both of us?" :lf ak wk wk 'Fridayn Baker, to Cop Phillips, at the busy intersection of our city: 'KWhat's thc idea, no lights here?" Cop Phillips: 'Tm the light at this corner, Miss.'l "Fridayl': Then turn green, so I can cross.'l 5 7 ...,t,.ttE5J5.Q... Zy Q , -. f 17 s 7' 'ml ,Q C do I f SW 1 ,pil 37 1 " A Y aa -Aw T25 3 396 2 ri 305 Q 5 D06 2 S5 31 9 5 302 2323 5 E6 53 5 306 2 5 EGQEGQ CNW Mail 56306 Q35 MaQAv0y Studio 52 Official Photographer for S2 Q Q 2 MTHETmGERw 2 1928-1929 Z2 S? EIGWWDMGWQKWWD Qf?Xgx3 Plzofogmpbs Q ENLARGEMENTS Q Q TINTED PHOTOGRAPHS Q PROJ ECT ED PRINTS FRAMES WDEQQWWD QQEGQMKD Q 21 EAST MAIN STREET gg Q BUCKHANNON, W. VA. 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Dye Iron Dealer Monongahela West Penn Public Service Co. Public Utility Dr. G. C. Baker Dentist Dr. Blair Simons Dentist Elkins Provision Sz Storage Co. Wholesalers Dr. L. Parmesano Dentist R. W. Bishop Building Supplies and Feed Grove Feed and Storage Co. Feed and Flour Main Street Store General Merchandise Randolph Garage Nash Automobiles Watts-Sartor-Lear Co. Clothing Specialties W. L. Willhide Furniture and Hardware Tygart Valley Maytag Co. Maytag Sales L. C. Weese Tires and Repair Claude W. Maxwell Lawyer, Collections Elkins City Hospital General Hospital Davis Memorial Hospital General Hospital Rose Lee Hat Shop Hat Specialties Morgan Accessory Co. Radios Martin4Snyder Co. Hardware and Furniture The Gulland-Clarke Co. Wholesale Grocery H. B. Martin Coal Dealer - Geo. H. Coffman Men's Clothing J. H. Elder Books and Stationery Gray Front Grocery Groceries Third Street Market Meats and Groceries Randolph Review Publishers Keim Sz Keim Insurance W. R. Cromwell Insurance Inter-Mountain Printing Co. Publishers The Home Store Ready-to-Wear D. A. Earle Meats and Groceries The Fair Company Department Store L. Goldberg Sz Sons Department Store John B. Wilt Co. Men's Clothing Elkins Furniture Sz Hardware Hardware anfl Furniture A. Lazarus 8: Sons Department Store Elkins Battery Service Tires and Batteries Randolph Supply Co. Wholesalers Peoplels Mercantile Co.- Department Store V. Parmesano, Jr. Wholesale Fruits, Etc. Elkins Laundry Co. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Paul H. Nefflen Jewelry and Victrolas Chas. H. Kerner Electragist Family Drug Store Drugs, Etc. NVhetsell Insurance Agency, Insurance W. N. Snedegar Insurance H. N. Barnard Plumbing, Etc. H. S. Fisher Plumbing, Etc. Jacolfs Economy Store Clothing The Arcade Men's Clothing A. Spates Brady Coal Operator Geo. H. Neale Drugs, Etc. J. J. Wallace Bakery H. T. Conner Bakery S. H. Watring Chrysler Automobiles G. C. Murphy Co. 5c and loc Store Elkins Cash Grocery Co. Department Store Valley Supply Co. Mine and Itlill Supplies G. H. Dornhlazer Raine Lumber Sales Corp. Phillips Motor Co. Pontiac and Oakland Autos Randolph Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet Automobiles Dr. V. F. Bird Optometrist Briggs 8: Cost Welders L. D. Stemple Groceries Clarkson Motor Sales Ford and Lincoln Autos Dr. C. H. Bankhead Dentist Mrs. Mandaine Walker Walker New River Coal Mining Co. 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LET US SHOW YOU THE DIFFERENCE IKIEIIM AND IKIEIIMI 2030311110211 11113411 3 1 1 14111111111 11: 201 inioiuioioioi ini 1 11,1111 :ri 191216121 ziirznzzi 1 1 141 31111 2 3101011 Gold Bar California F ruits Cha III Giroooiry C 0 So G0 IRIINGILIEIR School Supplies and General M erchanalise QXSQA CXGQXD ELKINS, VVEST VIRGINIA ioiuioifxioinioioiuqvifrioioioioiwrioini 111:14r14s1nn14u14r11r14vins14114vis VALLEY SUPPLY COMPANY "DISTRIBUTORS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINESI' JOBBERS OF HARDWARE, MILL AND IVIINE SUPPLIES AND AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA 01 1 1 1o1n:n3o1nc1134111rim111nic11:124sinx1u1o:o3n3nio1n1mri xi 1 1 14 i 0101 2014 is ic 10:1 1 vin if 11:11:11 1 siuioz 10101114 111014 H. G. KUMP. President JAS. P. HELTZEL, Caflzier E. W. CHANNELL Vue Prenflent FRED VANSCOY, Amstant Caxlzzef The Citizens N3l1t1I01I1lHlII Bank ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA Capital and Surplus . . S115,000 00 Undivided Profits . . S5 15,000 00 STRONG PROGRESSIVE GROWING ACCOUNTS SOLICITED H. R. HESS S. T. SPEARS DR. O. L.'PERRY DR. F. S. JOHNSON DR. S. G. MOORE DR. BLAIR E. SIMONS 1-114112 1111111 11111 C0mplz'me1zt.v gf DR. J. U. BAKER DR. G. H. .BANKHEAD GEO. GOLDBERG DR. v. F. BIRD DR. L. J. PARMESANO DR. C. H. HALL I T 7 10111 1 11311 141111111111 1 io: 1 101 ini 211 2 1 ini 1011134 Bastion Brothers Company OFFICIAL JEWELERS To Elkins High School ELKINS, WRST VIRGINIA QUALITY VALUE SERVICE yin: 11 1 1 1:1 1 10111111111 111111111 111 9:1111 11111111 1 3 ini 1 111111414agixixixinivixixiuiririoirilixi 1 iuixioin A. SIPJATES RAIDDY Big Vein Roaring Creek Coal 11111 111112111 101 3 1 ininiuioiuzcnioz in 211:11 1 3 1 2 3 1 if COMPLIMENTS OF SautIte1r1If1oIlId19s Barber Shop EXPERT TONSORIAL WORK FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THREE Goou BARBERs UL.-er Dave Do 11" 10111101 101 11131 11111152 1 in 14 2121111xxriuinriuininzuin 111111111o111I1I111111I1111I11 11 1111 11 141 Q M. Moore Barber Shop ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA DAVIS TRUST BUILDINC "Service Wiiiz A Smifd' 11111iIvi41111o1u1I1111111111o11114.1 1 .1 .1 1 .1 11 1 .1 ,1 111411.11 gopod owe and Gramm' H ome' of H igh Class Production 14111-14111 1 1 141:-1:14-11141 1 1 141 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 11111 1114 S ales-B U I CK -S ervice ygarts Valley Motor Company 221 TIIIRD S'I'R1iE'I' ELKINS, W. VA 1 1 1 11114 11 114114 1:11 11 1 1 14 1 1114 1411 11 11411u111411o1411o1I11o1 0 IR. CCIRCDJMWIEILIL GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND SURETY BONDS CXGQA THE FAIR COMPANY BUILDING ELKINS, W. VA 1101111 1111411 1 111 1 1 1 1411411 1 1 1 1 111 1:1 1114 n1I11u1I11411 11111111:11111u1x11x114114111n11.11n11:11n11u1411 SAFE, DEPENDABLE BUS TRANSPORTATION AT LOW COSTg AT CONVENIENT HOURS nQ.1f"QgW'wJl SENECA TRAIL LINES 1411 111 1 111 11111111111 1 1 1 1 111 1111111 1 1111 1 1111114 1I11n1111m11111111obo1411111111111111111111:1 1111111111111I11111111111411111111411111114 THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE, INSURANCE CO. INDEPENDENCE SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA W. N. SNEDEGAR, General Agent TROY E. HARDMAN RALPH E. MATTISON MR. AND MRs. H. B. SHAVI-:R "Back of Your lnfieffemleuee Stafzdf the Perm Mutualf' 11111 11111111411111m11111 1111111111011 111111n1m1111111m11 -11111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111.1 11111110101011111111111111111111111111111:1111I11111111411111111 1 1111111 ELKINS BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO. EVERYTHING IN BUILDERS, SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES Il ' ' ll BELL PHONE IOI GORMAN AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET ELKINS, W. VA. 1411111111 1111 141 1111111111011 1 1111111 111111111 101110111 11111111 1111 111111141111101111mm11111111m11n1111m11111x11411111111111:11I11m11411n1.11 1111 THE GULLAND-CLARKE COMPANY HTHL' House OF QUALITY" Wholesale Grocers FLOUR, FEED, SUNKIST FRUITS, CERESOTA FLOUR, CARNATION MILK, CHEROKEE TOMATOES ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA 1 1 up 1 1 1111114 111111411111411n14114111111111111111 1 1111 1 1 1 11111114 -11111111111I11I11c11411111o1I11z111114 12. 1 11: 1: 2 1 ri 10311 2 3 1 ri ri 11 ri 1 101 xioioioioioicrioioiu Davis and Elkins College ELK1Ns, WEST v1RG1N1A JAMES EDWVARD ALLEN, LL. D., President 5622555 T-E555 I :::::: ::::: i Graduates from Elkins High School have uniformly done very creditable work at Davis and Elkins Collce. We most cordially welcome serious-minded, ambitious students.- College 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 ihe cost of one year if you had to go away from home. We had rather have a large local patronage than a large patronage from the outside. I advise early registration this year. JAMES E. ALLEN, Prerident. 120101111 110101112 it 1 ic 2 11 ini: 1 11 11 is 11 14 1 1 11 12: 1 I 1 1 13: it 1 1 2 iii 1 213 11111111111 3 1 1:1 1 ioixixirioisixixioiviu THE SAN-TOX DRUG STORE "Personal Service" THE MOST MODERN AND SANITARY SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE CITY. EXQUISITE PERFUME AND COSMETIC DEPARTMENT. BEST CANDY MADE IN THE SOUTH. 590: HEADQUARTERS FOR PIPES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. HOME MADE ICE CREAM C4303 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS ygenrt Dru Compelmr xi 111112010101 2 3 11111 -1:1 1 1 1 1 1111141141 Quia 111114-in -.-Q - ---.,-..-....g. .g..-..- - .- -.-.- - - - - --1-.. ., 1-11:11:11uim11u1u1n1n1u1m11u111111111924 g:.m1u1 111 1 1: 1 1 1 1: 111 111111: l ! KITCH INN LUNCH g g i i Show Cards All Kinds of Sandwiches and i i R 1 M 1' A : Cm cab HUGH M. PHILLIPS .lmt a Good Plane to Eat E Q Q ELKINS, W. VA. III THIRD ST. ELKINS, W. VA. Q Q i i -11' 11 1 1 11: 1o1u11n1u1c11m1101:11111:11u1r11n11u1u1n1111x11111 1: 1 1: 1 111 "THE STUDENT'S FRIEND" W. Cam Awnentrout, Supervisor Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. ELKINS NATIONAL BANK BLDG. ELKINS, W. VA. 0:0 11111114 111024 10:0 n111111111111r11x11c111l1r11111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:11 1111111020 119.11 11 1 1: 1:1101r11n11o1o1u1c11:11u1z11111:11411411111:11111u1u1n1: 111 11114111010 FUNERAL HOME " P. E. RUNNER ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA THE RANDOLPH MEMORIAL CCMPANY "MEMOR1.4LS OF ALL KINDSU ROY C. KELLY AND A. D. GODWIN, PRoPR1h'1oRs LEADSVILLE ROAD ELKINS, W. VA. "Give Us a Call" 1:11 111-1 1111111 1:1 1 1 111u1ncnu1m11n1u1: 1:11 1 1 .Quay 11 -C9111 11:14-14 2 U U U -...g. ! U U H U U U H U o 54 1 1:11 1 1 1 :ui 111111111111 1 111 11.111 1:1 1:1 1:1 1011... 01 1010111011101 1 113510111 1111111111 111411113 1 1 101 We Invite Your Banking Business DAVE S TRUST COMPANY aQJXEQ,lK.9a ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA 1011: 1 11111 1011111 113:11 1 1 1:1 111 1 1011111121111 11 111111 110111 1101 101 1:1 1 1:10:11 viii 1010101 xioioioioiriai Be Preparedne- Future needs or opportunities that demand cash are about as uneertaln as an April shower, therefore the Wise person looks ahead and prepares for them by regularly saving a fixed part of his earnings. C993 The Elkins National Bank I ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA OLDEST STRONGEST BEST 111 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 211 11112 1 112 111 1 141 1410102014211 1:11 "A Hotel With, a Personality" GIIIIIHIIIIEB NEW IIEIIDIIQIIDIIXTIIIIIAIIIQ IIHIIDGIIIIIEBIIIQ BUCKHANNON, WEST VIRGINIA EUROPEAN PLAN FREE PARKING SPACE 110111311411 11 it 1 111 is 11 is 1:11 1 1 1114 i 1:14112 3: 1 1 1 I 1 1301 101111 24111211111 11111411o1o1o1411o1 110: ri 11011111 14 2 11011 20201: 10:4 Fraternity, College and Clase jewelry, Commencement Announcements and Invitations Stationers to the Senior Class of Elkins High School ' L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY MANUFACTURING ,IEWELIERS AND STATIONERS A'rTLEBoRo, MASS. Ark Any College Greek 1: 111 111102111114 1 1111 1 1 1:1 1 1: 3111: 1 1 1110101111.siuiuiuioi ci 1 2 Quin: 2 111 1 1111 1 111 1 113:im1r111i11:1 111 111111110 COM PLIMENTS OF WILSON LUMBER COMPANY Hard and Soft Woods ELK1Ns, WEST VIRGINIA 1211 1111241 1431 iri 1 1 1 1110141111111 1 1111212 11111111 11 Q 0.0 111 r1014x1o14x:1x1o1o14r11r1o11s11r10101o1o11x14 o 024 U11 1101010 :mix 10131910101 0 fx1o1o1o1 :o1::1o1 o occ CARS FQ '1r1Ruoco1Ks SPEED I POWER COMFORT SERVICE LOW COST LOW UPKEEP Clarkson Motor Sales 1 101411: 1 11: 1 11111 111 1 1 1 1 1 111 101 111111141111 o 14? an O III O O F' cn C 'U "U E H cn 'TJ iv Z O fa gm Q0 QW 5-371 7532 mi cn cn O 'Ti '-I U E Z 71 U: Sttompllogs Sanitary Store af. 25152 YN'-u A SOUTH DAVIS AVE. PHONE 360 ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA 114114r1u1o1o1o1u1n1o14I1ni 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 zo 1111 1 1111 141114 111 1 1111111n1u1111u1u11111 1 11 1 1 1 1:1 1 11 111 1 111111111111111111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 Z 1 1 1 1 iv!! UINSURE AND BE SURE"-SEE US TODAY WHETSELUS INSURANCE AGENCY ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS 1 11111 1m1u111111m1n1 141 11111 1 1 111111111 1 1 11111 1111 1 11111111111 1:1 1 14111111111 1 11111 1 1 111 111 1 1 1 1111 COM PLI MENTS OF lkins nter- ountain PRINTER AND PUBLISHER 1 1 1111 COMPLIMENTS OF Uhr anhingtnn lgarlnr GPO O. H. LATT--General Insurance I Issue the Only AutomobiIe Insurance Policy That Meets the State Laws ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA PHONE II HEAX7NER BLDF 11o11111c211o1u1m1 111 1 1 111 1 111 1 11111 1 1111111 111111 111111 110311111 1:11211 1 1:1 1:1 111 111 142111: 1241111112410 vi 3:3111 1 1:1 1 11: :mem 1 241: 2:1213 :o:41:u1nqm::1 zmzminin Shepherd College State Normal Selhmool SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. gi' ly? C, This is a Junior Teachers College of the highest standards. Full Collegiate entrance requirements now in force. The school is rated Class 4KA'l by the American Association. This insures full college and certificate credits in any state. Fine debating teams represent the school in the State Forensic. All forms of athletics supported. Three dormitories for men and women. Students should now reserve in advance to insure accommodations. Music, Art, Home Economics, Physical Education, Public Speaking. Summer School opens Monday, June 10, 1929. Fall Semester opens Tuesday, September 17, 1929. Write for Catalog. W. H. S. WHITE, A. B., A. M., PRESIDENT COM PLIM ENTS OF H. B. MARTIN CGAL COMPANY ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA :ini 11111111211 111111311111 111 22: 1 11311n1u1n1::114iu PATRQNIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 11 2 1 3:1111 sri 2 10101 3:1 2 Z 3 2 111 1 1 2111 30101014111 in 1010113 3131311111-. 1 3: 1 it 12411: iizrxfg- :mi in 1 2 1 1 1 I1 any 111103011riuioxuiuiozoiax- nuiuaoeuxiuisniuiuioimvii11011siuiuzuzuiniuin "THERE COMES A TIDE IN THE AFFAIRS OF MEN WHICH, TAKEN AT THE FLOOD, LEADS ON TO FORTUNE, BUT NEGLECTED4,' The tide of life for you, young friend, is now at the flood. Today, your golden opportunity is before you. All the years to come depend upon what you do today, whether they "lead on to fortune" or "are bound in shallows and in misery", depends upon the use you make of the opportunities that today presents to you. The chance to enter our school and shortly after graduation one of your opportunities-not the only one, to be surefbut one that you should not overlook. In a few short months at a minimum of expense you can get here the education, the training, that will fit you to perform some useful work in the world, to make your own liv- ing honorably and easily, to hold up your head in good society, to face the future golden with opportunity, to establish yourself in the early days of your manhood or womanhood on a basis that will insure for you a life of usefulness. If you are not fully acquainted with our school, we urge you to give us the oppor- tunity to tell you more about the really unusual work that we are doing for our young men and young women. You will be in no wise obligated, and we are sure that you will be benefited. Call, telephone, or write for our catalog. We want to consider your problems with you. MOUNTAIN STATE BUSINESS COLLEGE 705-711 MARKET STREET PHONE I4 PARKERSBURG, WEsT VIRGINIA Fully Accredited by ilze National Asrociatifm of Accredited Commercial Sclzoolr 0111 1 21111 :viii 1.1 11211 ini in: 3 1 ir: :xi 1 ini ir: in NEW RIVER COAL LUMPY ELLAMORE RUN OF COAL. DVD THREE FORK COAL COMPANY ELLAM ORE, WEST VIRGINIA :Zvi 1:10161 1: 1 :ni 1 11111: 1 14 1: 1:2 1 1:21 1:11 1 1 111:11 MORRISON GROSS 86 COMPANY Mine Timber QJVQ WEST VIRGINIA COAL AND COKE BUILDING rin:ximiuioiuioiuixixi 1 iii 2 1 1 1 1:2 1 1 1 1 C1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1:21211 1101211 1 1 11113 :ui 1 1 :mini 1 1 1 1 ini: 1 :lin 1:11 1 1 1 1 1 111 41 1 :101u1o1u1n1u1u1u1-11 1 1 141 111 1 1:10190 COMPLIMENTS OF THE VALLEY CHEMICAL CO. .43 Manufacturers of Detholeue M. M. BROWN D. D. BROWN M. M. 86 D. D. BROWN D. D. BRONVN SURVIVING PARTNER MANUFACTURERS OF BAND SAWN LUMBER Bi-iss, OAK, CHESTNUT, POPLAR, ASH, MAPLE Shipping Point, Brown's Siding, W. Va. Randolph County Sales Office and Telegraph Address, Elkins, W. Va. ELKINS, W. VA. Y' 355 A MULTIGRAPHING AND ADDRESSOGRAPHING COMPLETE PROCESSED LETTER 111111 1 11:1 1-1:11-1 11:1 1 1 1 11121 1--1:1 1 11:-1 10111 111:11 1911111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111m11114111141o 811111111 Fxvuni Goumnipnamnny ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA GWN9 Vegetables and Fruits ri 1: 11111 101 111 iozozuiuiuim iuioix 1:11 11:1 1 1:1 1 1 1:1 in 1111 1 1 1 1 111 1-111 1111111 141 1 1111111111 1 1 111 111 1011 Elkins Battery Seirvioe RANDOLPH AVENUE L. W. FIDLER, Mgr. ELKINS, W. VA. 1111111 1 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111-11111111111111111111 1 1 111 11111 11 11 111111cDn11111111111:11111:14111:11:11:11111111111111:1111111 11 1111 1911 THE DARDEN COMPANY ICLKINS, WEST VIRGINIA Maiiufacturcrs of the Carco Line of Poultry, Dairy and Stock Feeds. Jobbers of the Purina Line of High Grade Feeds for All Stocks, and the Reliable "PINE TREE" FIELD SEEDS Come to us with all your Seeding and Planting Problems. We know how, and it,s free for the asking. Service to thc public sincc 1894. 1 11111111 11 11 1 11111-11114111111 11 11 1111411111 1111111111111 1 1 1 111 11 11 1111101111111 111 1 111 111111111111111111111111111111 1111111 1 1 1o11111111:11 MAJESTIC ATWATER KENT SPARTON MORGAN'S RADIO SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT TELICPHONPI 456 ELKINS, W. VA. 11111 1 111111411 1 1 1 1 11 111 1 111 111 111 1111111111111111111111141 1 1111111111111 111 11111 111 111 101 1111111111111 1011 RAINE- LUMBER SALES CORPORATION Lumber Manufacturers and Wholesalers HARDWOODS, SPRUCE, HEMLOCK, WHITE PINE ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA 1111111111 111 1 111111111111111111111111411111111111 1 1 111 11 1 111111 111 11111 1 1 111 1 1 1 11n1111m111r141111c1x Young Printin Company IIS South Third Street PADUCAH, KY. Specializes in the better class of printing, such as High School and College Annuals, Books, Catalogs, Broadsides, Folders, etc. "LET'S TALK YJRINTINGH 1:1 1 11:1 111 1 1x1 1 1:1 111111 111111111 1 1111111 t ' Bus HLLKUISEDB s Co Lo uisvillc, Ky. COLLEGE ANN U EXPERTS lhlffones affdbnc ifclzlngy COLLEGE ANNUALS 1011111111111 1111111 11111111111 111 1 Q V


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