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FRANK E. ARNETT
S.-W. Va. Wesleyan, 'I
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SPEICHER, A. B.
Davis and Elkins
NBVA Fuss, A. B.
W. v. U., ng.
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HAZEL HARSH, A. B.
Davis and Elkins Col-
lege, ,245 Summer
School W. V. U., '26,
BULLIVANT, B. S. S.
Bowling Green Busi-
ness University, A.B.,
Davis and Elkins, '27,
Ty pezvritiiig and
W. V. U., '27.
IRBNB B, EIB, A. B.
N. BAYARD GREEN,
Davis and Elkins Col-
lege, '26, Summer
School W. V. U., '26,
27, 28, 29.
M. LEWIS VEST, B. s.
Davis and Elkins
College, ,27, '28.
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W. V. U., ,25.
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FRANK C. WIMER,
W. V. U., ,2O.
Davis and Elkins, ,IS
EDNA E. MCNElSH,
Davis and Elkins, '26.
WIMER, A. B.
Goueher College, ,IQ
HUBPIRT C. KELLY,
Clemson A. and M.,
Sfzop and Geometry
MCKEE, A. B.
W. V. U., ,2O.
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Editor-in-Chief ,.,.. , .... ,,4....,.. E STHER DoBIzINs ,
Auoeiale Editor ........ ..,...... B ETTY BENNETT
Calendar ,,..,...,, .... L OUISE SLEEIVIAN
Literary Editor ........,., RU'l'H SMITH
Jokef , .... FIELDING FIDLER 1
E , Senior Slaiifties. . , . . , ........,.... .,,.. M ARY IANE WILT . 5
E, Prophecy ..,,, ..... V IVIAN BULLIVANT 45
Jr Alumni .......,... ..4....... E LIZABETH KUIVIP
If Organizationf. . . ..,, MARY LOUISE FISHER lt'
AI Hixlory. . , ..., HAZEL BURKE ' Wk
Jr Bnxineff Manager ...... ,...,, ................... G A RROTTT ALLEN ,
If' Cirenlation Manager ......,.......,., .,,........ C ARL MOORE Ik
44 ' Asfiftant Cireulation Manager .... . , ,JOE WILIIIAMS ' ,B
rf' At!ileiie'Editor ,,.....,......., ..,..... .,..,........., H E RMAN BALL 'AN
if Aisiftant Atliletie Editor ,... . . ...,... HARRY SHELTON ' ,
. Plzotograplzs .................,..........,, MARGARE'1' KUMP '
051 Snap Snot: ...........,., ....., L ILLIAN HELTZE1. ,QQ
. Art Editor .,.......,... AMOS HARROLD
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Assistant Football Manager ,283 Basketball 128, '293 Track '293 Glee Club lzq, '3og
Dramatic Club ,2Q,A '3Og Operetta '295 Senior President ,2Q.
"I flare fla all that may hecome a man,
Wfho flare: flo more if none."
MARY JANE WILT-'SECRETARY
Glee Club 727, l28, lzg, 'gog Campfire Girls l28, ,293 'KDragon of Wu Fool' '28g A. V.
A. ,285 Student Council 295 Music Club 7295 Girl Reserves 7293 Class Treasurer ,293
Class Secretary 'gog Junior-Senior Dramatic Club '3og Tiger Staff ,3O.
"A winning way, a friendly smile,
In all, a girl who ir worth while."
A. V. A.g President of Classg Basketball '285 Football, Basketball, Track ,293 Treasurer of
Classg Tiger Staff ,3O.
'KThe reamn firm, the temperate will,
Enfluranee, foreright, strength and Neill."
MARGARET KUMP'VICE PRESIDENT
Class Secretary '28g Class Vice President '3O3 Camp Fire '28, 7295 A. V. A. '28g Girl
Reserves ,2Q,',3Oi Scribblers ,303 Tiger Staff ,303 Glee Club ,27, ,28, ,2Q.
"When guextionr get a little tough,
Why, jzut try a little bluff'
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l PAULINE OKERNICK 9
Q Basketball '27-ng, Glee crub us- '29, Stcnographic Club '3O.
"Bright anrl snappy, full of fun,
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if done." X
"A fliller, a dollar, Q
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LORRAINE WOODFORD '
Bcrqa College '275 Mountzlirmecrs -I
Club 30. ,
"Markx, not men have been ,y
my aim." ,Q
0 Basketball ,275 Gym '28g Journalism 0
Club '28, Dramatic Club '29,
"A gooa' pal who if always
full of fun."
Q WINIFRFD TRIPLETT 9
4' Orchestra '28, '29, '30, Glee Club lk
' '27, '28, '2Q? Craft Club '29, A.
V. A. '3Og Operetta '28, ,L1
I' "The wisrlom of many and the Ll
jr wit of one." ,L
J' HERMAN BALL rf
47' Football '26, '27, '28, 'zgg Student x,
rg Council '29, Track 727, '28, ,2Q, QM
r '30, Capt. '3og Hi-Y ,2Q, '3O. A
"Jolly, happy, enthufiaftie, with l
-1 a -Daft More of information upon ,,
any eoneeivahle fuhjeelf' '99
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Journalism Club 7295 Stenographic
"A heautiful and happy girl,
VVith steps as light as summer airf'
Shop Club ,ZQQ Biology Club '29g
Mountaineers Club 330.
"O Love, has she done this to thee?
VVhat shall, alas! become of me?"
Coalton High 327, '283 Contempory
"impulsive, earnest, prompt to aet
And mahe her generous thought a
Orchestra ,28, 729, '3OS Basketball
'283 Drnmatics ,303 Glen: Club l27,
'28, ,2Q, '3o.
"Serene I fold my hands ana' wait."
A. V. A. Club ,283 Track 'zgg Loga-
rithm Club '3Og Biology Club '28.
"In stature small,
But every whit a man withalf'
Glee Club ,28-'3o5 Craft Club ,2Q.
"A full rich nature free to trust
Truthful and almost sternly justf
ANNA GRACE ENLOW
Home Economics Club ,293 Moun-
taineers Club ,30.
"A violet by a mosry Jtorze,
Half hidden from lhe eye."
Track ,27, ,285 Basketball ,293 A.
V. A. Club '28g Radio Club ,26-,303
Vice President of junior Class 72Q5
Business Manager of H1-'IGIERU '3O.
"Thi: if the happy warriorg this
That every mem in armr should
wirh to hed'
Glee Club '26g A. V. A. ,27, '285
Reading Club ,293 Stenographic
Club ,2Q, '30,
"Be Jilemf or let thy zvordf he
'worth more Khan Jilezzfef'
Richwood High School '27g Pickens
High School '28g Rootstown High
School '295 E. H. S. '3o. 1
"It xeemr :he'x never lonely,
Good thoughts are good frieiidx
Glee Club ,27, ,2S, ,293 Music Club
"M y dayr pax: pleamiitly azcayf,
HTIGERU Circulation Manager '3Og
Football '28, '29g Track '28, ,293
Dramatic Club ,303 Biology Club
"Run you like hu! try to keep
Work like iz man but doii't be
worked to death."
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A ' MILDRED SMITH ' A
Qi Glee Club '27, '28, '3oS Hockey
K-fl '27, Iunior Cam fire '28, 329.
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"VVhaf mulfl thif lovely creature
V' , do againft a rletperafe man?" V
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O Coalton High School '26, E. H. S. 'fl
'28, '29, '30, Glee Club '29, Track , 6
'28, Biology Club '28. ' "
Q "A ll great men are rleafl-
Y I d0n't feel 10 well myself."
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I Orchestra '28, '29, go, Kodak Club w
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4' '28, '29, '3o3 Basketball '26, '27, 'P
A '28, '29, '30, Football '26, '27, 'H
H '28, '29, '30, 'Pl
-4' "None of his friends will flare '
, deny it, ' 'V
W1 Charley is anything hut quiet." lu,
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Pep Club '28. 1 I
69:5 "The milfleft manner and the 1 U
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Mt. Hope High School ,275 Craft
Club 'zqg Farewell Club '3O.
"A loyal clasmzatef'
Hi-Y '27, '28, '30,
"Judge me as you will, I am
what I am."
MARY E. FISHER
Home Economics Club ,2Q. .
"Seann wer jrreparea' for work
And lceeps herself hwy until all
Campfire 'zgg Stenographic Club
'zgg Glee Club '3o.
"I Jhouierl and sang with a heart
AJ a wild rose toffea' hy lhe
Glee Club ,273 A. V. A. ,293 Dra-
matic Club 330.
"Her tapering hanfl and rozmrlefl
Had facile jvozver to form a fi.vt."
Radio Clubfzgi Slide-Rule Club '30
"Men of few words are lhc hast
A '1 'Hl?TI'1GLiilR ,ur
MILDRED AGNES BURKE
Glee Club, Music Club, Gym.
"Mi!fZred is pretty, hind und true,
VV ifling to work and ecfer help
President of Literary Society l26g
Glee Club '26, EZ7, ,285 Basketball
'26, Hi-Y Club ,z8, '29, Stunt Nite
,275 Tlcsrgk Staff '30,
"Laugh and Ihe world laughf with
Study and you study alonef'
RITA DI BACCO
A. V. A. ,283 Sophomwrc Campfire
Girls ,285 Pep Club '30, junior-
Senior Dramatic Club '3O.
"T he hand that hath nuzde you
fair hath made you good."
Glec Club ,26, '27, ,28, lzg.
"Someone :uid :he was quiet,
Ol what a rniftuhef'
Science Club ,295 West Virginia
Club '29, '3o.
"Calm, cool, oolleczfed,
Surely he will rise in lhe world."
Coalton High School ,2'7, '28,
Scribblers Club ,2Q, ,3O.
"A donning fhape, an image gay,
To haunt, lo .ftartle and uvzylayfy
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MARGARET JEFFERS f
Glee Club ,27, '28, ,ZQ, '3og A. V.
A. '28g Craft Club ,293 Dramatic
1CIlub,'3OZ PlViTsic,Club '30g Stunt
ite 29, ic es 30.
"Size always weary a Maile." l
JOE WILLIAMS I
Football '28, ,293 Basketball ,2Q,
'gog TIGER Staff '3og Biology Club
,275 Stunt Night '28. R
"And :till we gazed, and still the 0
That one :mall fieaaf could carry
all lie knewf'
"Fair as a Jtar, zclzeri only one 1
I5 ffiiriing in tlze sky." "'
ADA M. AUVIL l
Parsons Hi ,27, ,28, l2Q5 junior- 0'
Senior Dramatic Club '3O.
"H er eye: as :tary of twilight fairg
Like twiliglztlx, too, lzer ziusky
HAZEL CUTRIGHT Q , ?
Upshur County High School ,27, 1
,28, '29S Junior-Senior Dramatic , W
Club 130. 1
"I-I er ambition if to have a l
good time." I t
JOHN TRAHERN '
Logarithrn Club ,2Q. Ai
HA boy': will ir tlze wiriafx will,
Arid tlze tfiouglitf of youtlz are Y
long, long tlzouglztsf' f 'EP
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Q MARIE RFNNIX
Q Journalism Club '29, Basketball '27g
l Glee Club ,273 Dramatic Club '3O.
"She darex he generouf, 1l'aunlleJ.v
5 RICHARD SIMMONS
0 Football l27, l28, '29, Basketball
l '30, Track '28, ,2Q.
l "Of all things beautiful and goml,
The hinglieft if brotherhood."
. Stunt Nite '29, Stenographic Club
I ,2Q, 530.
! "Thou whore loehf outshine
J U the Jun."
,E ESTHFR DOBBINS
bil ,-' Lincoln County High, Fayetteville,
' Tenn., ,27, '28, Editor-in-Chief of
l 'tTIr:I2R" ,305 Glce Club ,2Q, ,303
-0 " Scribblers Club '30, Kodak Club YZQ.
"Our Esther is a geniuf true,
l l Who never shrinks till the if thru,
Her wit, her mmmon tense and
Vllill bring .fueeesr 'ere life is
Football 326, ,27, '28, 729Q Basket-
, ball ,27, l28, 729, '30, Track l27,
I A lz8, ,293 TICIZR Staff.
"Pd rather laugh zz bright-eyed Loy,
Than reign a grey-beard king."
"' NATALINF WRIGHT
M Girl Reserves ' 05 Steno ra, hic Club
, 3 8 P
'30, Stunt Nite ,2Q.
J "A lax: 50 sweet and fair is the,
From eare and worry ezfer freef'
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Gym 7273 Glee Club ,283 Reading
Club ,285 Courtesy Club ,30-
"Srlerzt power mower tile world."
A. V. A. Club ,2Q, '3o9 Science
"Every man if a volume you
know lzow to read him."
Glee Club ,273 A. V. A. '28, Read-
ing Club '29, President Stenographic
"U.rually quiet and alwayf
0 EVELYN GREEN 0
E. H. S. Orchestra '28, '29, '30,
Band ,2Q, ,3O.
"How .fweel marie! Orr my life,
TfZ6VB,J more of wisdom ln lt."
HENRY WILSON 4,
Hi-Y ,28, ,2Q, '30, Track '28,
g Orchestra '27, 728, ,2Q, '3o- l,
"BooZ'.f! 'Tlx a dull and erzdlerf
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' Coalton Hi '28, Scribblers Club ,30 N
"A smile for all, a greeting glad,
og, Arr amiable, jolly way flze had." M
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Glee Club '27-'30, Camp Fire '28,
'299 Girl Reserves '29, '30, Stunt
Night '29, Journalism '29, Junior-
Senior Dramatic Club '3O.
"A zvinrorne face, a rory cheek,
A gentle smile where'er you pays,
A graceful form, a Quiet way,
In all a winsonte little lass."
RAYMOND C. WHITE
A. V. A. '27, '283 Manager of Bas-
ketball Team '29, '30,
"To :ay little and perform much ii
The character of true greatnerrf'
BETTY LOIS BENNETT
Bridgeport High School '27, A. V.
A. Club '28, ,2Q, '30, Craft Club
'29, Student Council '29, Tiger
"I only ark that fortune Jenrl
A little more than I can spend."
Junior Girls' Basketball '28, A- V.
A. Club '28S History Club '28,
Glee Club '27, Junior-Senior Dra-
matic Club '3o.
"H er Quiet way anrl plearant :mile
Make one thinle that life'r worth
Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, '3og Radio Club
"Give grarping pomp itr double
I ark hut one recumhent chair."
Journalism Club 729.
"She who rerzfe: 'well and ray:
nothing make: claim enough."
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Tygnrtls Valley High ,27, '28, '29,
Welfare Club '3O.
f'S11ffh quiet rzfzfl zlemurfzesf, cfoirl
Mighf hifle her faults, fhe had
faulfx to hide."
Hi-Y 729, '30, Football ,295 Basket-
"What rare I when I can lie and
Kill time and false life at it:
Glec Club '26, '27, I28, '29,
Hockey ,273 Dramatic Club ,30
"The ufziwerfal agent if love,
If you fZ07Z,f believe it, axle
W. Va. Club '303 Stunt Night '26-
"lV0':c flfm't he hashfulf'
Football 327, '28g Basketball ,28.
"Why, oh why, dill the gods bleu
IfVifh meh zvrmflerful mzfzmzl
MARY LOUISE FISHER
Glee Club '27-,303 Camp Fire ,283
Girl Reserves l2Q, '30, Junior-
Senior Dramatic Club '3O.
"Her voice if like the ccarzilifzg
of zz Lirfl,
S0 mfr, so xfveet, m flelicelely
Glcc Club '27, '285 Journalism Club
,295 Junior-Senior Dramatic Club
"'Tis the mind that make: tfze
MORRIS WILM OTH
Parsons Hi ,27, '28g Mountaineers
"An honest man if one of the jew
Tlzat ean be .teen for nothing,"
Basketball ,27',29s Glcc Club ,27-
'303 Camp Fire '28, ,295 junior-
Scnior Dramatic Club ,305 Girl Rc-
serves '3O5 Tiger Staff '30.
"Site lives a life of joy and fun
A loyal friend to everyone."
Craft Club 'zgg Personality Club l3O
"Now you all Quit tearing Vergie.
UNO man like lzim the lzorn eonlfz
Ann' fzill, and valley rang with
Craft Club 'zqg Scribblers Club
'3og Stunt Night ,29-
"Her friendr tfzere are many,
Her forex are tlzere zzny?H
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Girl Reserves '29, '30, Inter-Class
Tournament '27-'30, Glee Club '27-
'3O3' Campfire '28, '29, Pep Club
'29, junior-Senior Dramatic Club
"Blue were her eye: ax the fairy-
Her eheele: like the dawn of day."
Football '27, '28, '29, Basketball
'29, '30, lnter-Class Tournament
'283 Slide Rule Club '285 Radio
Club '28, Hi-Y '2Q, '3o.
"Too much education eauses
I'rn carefree as a lark."
Glee Club '28g Orchestra '28, '29,
'30, A. V. A. '30, Stunt Night '28.
"My idea of an agreeable perfon
is one who agrees with me."
Mill Creek Hi '27, '28, '29, Elkins
"Her ways are charming, sweet
A hetter friend you'll ne-ver find."
Vice President Hi-Y '29, '30, Class
Cheer Leader '28, '30S Biology Club
'28, Glee Club '27, '28, Stunt
"Thing will happen anyway, why
All things come to those who
wait, why hurry?"
Stunt Nite '27, Typewriting Club
"A man? Where? Shh, l
want to eatch him."
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Campfire '28g A. V. A. '295 Read-
ing Club '29g Tiger Staff '30.
"VVlzatef'er if grafefnl if virtuous,
IVht1fE'Z'67' is cfiriuous if grac.efuf."
Shop Club '29, Senior Dramatics '30
"Tlzcre': a good time coming,
boyf. Why worry?"
MARY ELLEN MOSS
Journalism Club '28S Scribblers
Club '29, '3o.
"Gentle and quiet if she we find
Her thoughts are true and lzer
words are kind."
Orchestra '27, Basketball '28, Foot-
ball Manager '293 Radio Club '28,
"Of all the good wirtuex that
'ere we know,
Good naturednef: xtandf in the
very first row."
Football '28, '29, Track '28, 'z9.
"In when cheek the rare leaf
Glee Club '27, '28, Campfire '28,
'29, Girl Reserves '28, 729. '3Og
Tiger Staff, Student Council '29.
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' Class History
l FRESHMAN YFAR1'IQ26-1927
ls., Almost four years ago we, one hundred and ninety prospective students, entered the 0
I liigh school building to look it over. VVe were delighted with our surroundings and imme-
diately proceeded to elect Amos Harrold, president, Mary Louise Fisher, secretary, and Q,
Harry Gardner, treasurer. Desiring to show our little streak of egotism we carried away
N all the available trophies of the inter-class tournament.
Another school year having dawned wc again began our daily grind. This time we
l elected Harry Shelton, president, Richard Buzzel, vice president, Margaret Kurnp, secre-
l tary, and Lillian Heltzel, treasurer. The important victory of this year was the boys
Winning the inter-class tournament. The girls, less fortunate, lost. Q
1 This year started with a bang. Our officers elected were: Carol Talbott, president, 'h,
Garrott Allen, vice president, Lillian Heltzel, secretary, and Mary jane Wilt, treasurer. Tl,
Clubs and classes willingly participated in Stunt Night, putting it over in great style. The ,L
Seniors of 729, captured the prize, scoring another mark for their class- Another great 1
feature of our Junior year was the cake-walk and carnival.
' SENIOR YEAR--1929-1930 'N
At last Wefhave come to the final year of our high school courses. Our officers for if
the first semester were: Burley Hickman, president, Margaret Kump, vice president? Mary '
.lane Wilt, secretary, and Harry Shelton, treasurer. The only change in the officers for
oh the second semester was that made in the presidency to which Herman Ball was elected. ta:
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The time has come to part, my friend,
And travel different ways,
Perhaps we'll meet again, sometime,
To talk of olden days.
If not, perhaps our fancies will
Recall good times and fun?
And memories will rise to fill
Our thoughts with things once done.
We cannot always travel life
Together, hand in hand,
Our footsteps are compelled to press
Apart upon the sand.
There're things to be encountered that
A man must meet alone,
There's problems he must solve, himself,
Concerning life and home.
The leaves must quit their branches,
As the colors fade from the rose,
All flower petals wither away,
But why-God only knows.
You see 'tis truly nature for
Beloved things to part,
And we must follow nature,s way,
Although it pains the heart.
Farewell! the time is nearing now,
And comes the close of day,
The sun is sinking, sinking fast
And we must go our way.
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Garrett Allen "Prexie" i"Oh, yeah?' Library ,Hobby horses Studying Eng. IV To be a Senator
Ada Auvil 'fjohnnyn ffoh, yeah?" IA,-Ends ikeifgmnihilfxgirs Flirting To learn how to dance
Georgia Ayers "Russ" "Oh, yeah?" iArcade First Street Basketball TOPIESC: Star basketball , L
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Mary Louise Fishe "Tooter" "Oh, Holy!" lTiger Room iChevrolets Singing Towigikgr social S Nice
Mary Elizabeth Fisher t'Betty" l"Aw, really?" !Kerens ,Eating Studying To be a chemist
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The Sophomore Class
Prerideul ..,.....,. ..... . , ...... . -CHESTER POVVERS
Seeretery ....,.,...... ...., . ......... , . . ,HALFRED LANG
Treerurer .....,.. ...........,.. P AUI, SNEDEGER
Clzeer Leader: REGINA VEST, VICTOR MARINE
The plays presented by the Sophomore Class on Stunt Nite were very successful, and
those who took part in them are to be congratulated. We also wish to express our appre-
ciation to those who attended the Sectional Tournament and helped toawin the cheering
cup and boost our team on to victory. We hope that this school spirit will always pre-
vail in Elkins High School.
The Sophomore Class carried on a Popularity Contest and the results are recorded
Most Popular. ., ...,.. Kathryn Watring and james Talbott
Most Studious. ...Eleanor Von Allmen and Halfred Lang
Best Looking. . . ,....,... James Talbott and Leoda jones
Fattest .....,.,....... .. . Betty Thompson and George Goldberg
Best Dressed ..,......... ,.,... F rances Russell and John Buckley
Best All-Around Student ,.., .........,........... H alfred Lang
Most Courteous ...,..... ...,. D onna Durrett
Most Athletic .,... .... D onald Coberly
Best Sport .....,. .... D onald Coberly
Most Talkative ...... . . .Frances Russell
Best Actor or Actress.. ...... .,.. J ames Talbott
The Freshman Class
On September 9, IQZQ, the members of the eighth grade class entered the portals of
Elkins High School. Many were bewildered upon their entry into this mysterious
jungle, but to most of them it was just a realization of the things they had heard. They
found it necessary to protect themselves against the remarks and slights of older Tigers.
They met at the jungle Ineeting-ground end selected as their leaders the following:
Prefiderrt ,...,........,,..........,..,,.....,.. ....,. C HARLES ALLEN
Viee President ,..,....,..... .,,..,,.. V IRGINIA BAKER
Secretary and Trearurer .... ,....,... L OUIS LOUGHRAN
Cheer Leader .,.,...... ...,.. F MMETT SIMMONS
Afsifmrzl Cfzeer Leader ,,......,.. RICHARD STALNAKFR
Before the Cubs had learned the intricate paths of the jungle, the cheer leader,
obeying the clamoring voices of the upper classmen, proclaimed that, on the eve of the
Elkins-Charleston football game, all Freshmen were to appear at Central Building, dressed
in pajamas. Under the blows of Sophomores they bravely performed the snake dance
without loss of life or limb on the Sophomore side.
Later in the year the Freshmen proved their worth when the Freshman-Sophomore
Dramatic Club, composed mainly of Freshmen, won the first prize in Stunt Nite. ln
the various activities of the school, the Cubs have shown that they are good sports and
that they are fast becoming loyal Tigers of Elkins High School.
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Pmidmr ...,,,... . . GEORGE V
Vice Prefident. . .......... IDONALD IDYI
Secretary ,..... . . . . .HI'lNliY C. WILSON
Tremurer ........ .,... W OODROXV WII,SON
Cfzeer Leader, . . . GRADY WHI'I'MAN
Spmzmr .,... . .BAYARD GRIAQI-IV
Spamor, , . . .LEWIS VICSI'
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Junior-Senior Dramatic Club
Spomor .....,.. , .,..,,.... Mus. MCNEISIi
Prwiflezzl ,......... , . . .MARY Loulsic F1s11L:1z
Vice Preriffelzt ,.,, , ....... , . .L11,L1AN H15L'1'Z1c1,
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"Ho e Foster's Christmas Star." The latter was 11'en with the hcl of Miss Harsh's
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As this goes to press, plans are being made for a Valentine play, and u play to be given
at Philippi High School. These plays are under student direction.
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Freshman-Sophomore Dramatic Club
The Freshman-Sophomore Dramatic Club was organized this year for the purpose of
training and developing students along dramatic lines. During the first semester the Club
gave special attention to gestures and voice work.
A pageant, "The Tree of Memory", was presented for an Armistice Day program,
and at Christmas time, "Hope Fosterls Christmas Star" was given by this Club and Mrs.
lVlcNeish's Dramatic Club.
Plans have been made to study ten important phases of Dramatic Art during the second
semester. Also the club will present "The Mj'5l6fiUuf Vlfilln, "The Lamp VVMLI Out"
"The lizmgafofu Bride" and various one-act plays and pantomines directed by some of the
Pferiffent ...,.,..... ......,... . . .,,,. PHYLLIS DAVIES
Vice Presifiefzf, . . ,...,... WALDO WARD
Secretary ,,.,.., ...,..,..,,, V IRGINIA BAKER
Treafurer ,....,... MARC5UERI'1'E Goonwm
Sergeant-at-Army .STANLEY STovER
Sponsor. . ,Miss I'IARSH
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A. V. A.
Purpose: To become familiar with Latin customs, myths and modern applications and
the language through plays, games and other activities.
Cwz.vu!,r .......,... ,..... D oRo'1'HY BAR'rc1s AND HARRY MAM1N
Snribrz ......... ...,....,....., H ELEN CONNICR
Qzmefmr. . . ,....,..........,.. CHARLES ALLEN
Program ,... ...,..........,......,,,,. W INIFRED S'rr:1ct,E
Sfmiaf ...,,,....,..,. .... IVI ARY GAMBLE KUMP
Loft and Fozfmf. , , .....,. KIQNNETH SELL
Pint ....... . ,...,,... H12Li-:N CONNER
The A. V. A. had fifteen meetings the first semester. The first meeting was spent
in orgnnizationg the second in initiation of new members. Two social meetings were held,
one of which was Z1 Christmas Party. The other eleven meetings were used in giving Latin
pI:1ys, chnrndes, pantomines, games, readings, songs and project making. Next semester the
Club plains to have zi tournament and other activities of interest to Latin students.
Senior Girls' Glee Club
President .....,..,... ............. ...... V I VIAN BULLIVANT
Viee President ,... ..., ....,..,. V I RGINIA MooRI5
Secretary ...... , . . . . ........... LILLIAN HELTZEL
Trearurer , . . ,..... . . .MARY LOUISE FISHER
Mzisie Courzeilor. . , . . .MIL DAVIES
The Senior Girls' Glee Club is made up of girls from the Sophomore, Junior :ind
Senior classes, meeting twice a Week in the High School Auditorium. Some of the difficult
music that they have accomplished is: "Anitrn,s Dancea' by Greig, "Slumber" by Korsakof,
and they also presented the operetta "Pickles" during the first semester.
The Club plans to attend every State Music Meet, if it is not held at too great a
distance from Elkins.
10:00 o'Clock Girls' Glee Club
OFFICERS "3 UMM
Prexirlenl .....,...,........ . . . .....,..,.. ......... L OUISE I-IAGGERTY
Vice Prexident ...........,... ,.....,. V IRGINIA BAKER
Secretary and Treasurer .,.. , . .DOROTHY BARTGIS
Music Councilor. , . . . . .MR. DAVIES
The IOZOO olclock Girls' Glee Club Work consists of three-part compositions Written
by some of the world's greatest artists. High soprano, second soprano and alto voices are
developing well under the direction of our Music Councilor, Mr. Davies. This group of
girls co-operates with the Senior Girls' Glee Club in its activities.
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Abow4SENIOR GLICE CLUB l3elou'FFRESHMAN GLFF CLUB
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Presiffent .,.,....A.. ...... M AROARI-:'I KL MP
Vice Prexifferzt. . . . . , . , ,LOUISE SLEEMAN
Treasurer ..... ...... I fLIzAnE'I'H KUMP
Secretary .... . . LILLIAN Hb11,TZEL
Spomor, , . MRS. WIMER
MARY LOUISE FISHER
G. M. C.
The G. IVI. C. is one of Elkins I-Iigh,s best dramatic clubs. The name is known only
to the members. On December, the nineteenth, we had a Christmas party at the home of
our Sponsor, Miss Mary Elizabeth Poling. Each member brought gifts which were
Wrapped and addressed to the children of the West Virginia Chil'dren's Home.
Our Club periods are spent in studying and discussing the staging of plays. The
members will each be given a chance to display his ability as an actor before the student
body some time during the year.
Prefifient .i.....,.,. ,.,,..... - ..,....,..,..... M ARY COIZERLY
Vice Preriffezzt . . . ..,. KA'TIII.EEN GOODWIN
Secretary ..., . . .HELEN SIMMONS
Spomor. . . , .Miss POLING
The Stenographie Club, Whose purpose is to help its members become good business
workers, was formed on the twenty-first of September, nineteen hundred and tweny-nine,
with Miss Bullivant as Sponsor. At this time the following officers Were elected from
the thirteen members, all of which are girls:
Preriflent ...,....,.. , . , .......,,.... HELEN GOLEY
Vice President ..,. .... .... R o sEALYN KNO'TT
Sezretary .,,.,,. ..,. N ATALINE WRIGHT
Treasurer. . . . . , . . .GEORGIA AYERs
Various activities have been planned and carried out, While others are planned for the
second semester. On Wednesday, December 18, IQZQ, the Club presented an assembly play
called "Di0gmef Loafer for a SBl7fE1fd7'j7,,. The scene was that of an office, which was in
keeping with the Work of the Club. Before the Christmas holidays, the club members sold
Christmas cards and made a profit of eight dollars for their treasury.
On Tuesday, January 14, 1930, the Club conducted a Typewriting Contest. There
were twenty-four contestants. Prizes were presented to the Winners in accuracy and speed
in both Typewriting I and II. The Winners in Typewriting I Were: Speed, Ronald
Harper, Accuracy, Vera Gilmore. In Typewriting II: Speed, Elda Trieberg Accuracy,
Ruth Pingley. '
The members of the Club are: Helen Goley, Rosealyn Knott, Nataline Wright, Georgia
Ayers, Elizabeth Haddix, Goldie Sponaugle, Willetta Beathe, Ruth Pingley, Pauline
O,Kernick, Thelma Hinchman, lVIamie Marshall, Beatrice Harvey and Genevieve Simmons.
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Prefident ..,,,. ,.,... .,..., E v ELYN YOKUM
Vice President .... .,... ...,.. B E ssIE MOUSE
Secretary-Treasurer ..,. .,....,,.. E MMA VINT
Spomor ..... , , .KATHERINE CODY
OPAL THOMAS DOROTHY MAXWELL BESSIE MoUsE
MARGARET ERVINE EMMA VINT EVELYN YOKUM
FREDA ROY GENEVA MCCOLLOM MISS CODY
The aim of our Club is to keep those who are in poverty and distress well cared for.
We feel that we have accomplished a great deal, for instance: we distributed clothes to those
in need. At Christmas time with the help of the Red Cross, we sent a box to Glady, W.
Va., which consisted of clothes, fruits and toys. The children who received thc box had
never known what Christmas meant before.
We are now sewing on clothes for the benefit of needy school children. We hope to
accomplish other things in the near future. We are planning for our Club to become I
National Girl Reserves.
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A History of Athletics in Elkins High
Q N HE first athletic team of any kind ever to represent Elkins High School was
a basketball team organized in November, 1910, and was coached by C. W-
3- 43. 59,4 Jackson, former Ohio State player. The team was granted the Y. M. C. A.
'fgztmflffll floor on which to practice on Tuesday and Thursday of each week from
f5+ff "AF 2:30 to 4:00 p. m. At this time the total enrollment was eighty-one students.
The first game was played with the Y. M. C. A. Cubs on january IO, 1911. Following
is the line-up and score of that game:
Elkins High--30 Position Cubs-24
Dick Hammil Forward Wilbur Lawton
Dave Barry Forward Wilson Ward
Charles Whetsell Center Harry Adamson
Frank Wimer Guard Ross Leader
Clay Whetsell Guard Gilbert Overholt
Chalmer Gifford Substitute Ray Cost
Elkins High won the series of three games from the Cubs and that completed the
schedule for the season.
The first game played away from home was that with Buckhannon High in February,
1912- The score of this game was E. H. S. 32-B. H. S. 8. This team also won the
State Championship that year with eight victories and no defeats. The next year the team
won eight games and last two. The team of ,I4 was the first E. H. S. team to play its
Alumni, and defeated them 76 to 21. Again Elkins High won the State Championship by
winning the First State Tourney at Buckhannon.
Now the students decided to do something else new. In the fall of 1915, a small
group of industrious boys got together and organized a football team. This team played
two games and lost them both, one to D-E Reserves, I2 to 0, and the other to Parsons, 7
to 6. The next two years saw successful teams in football and basketball, and the first
Inter-Class Tournament was held in 1917, and was won by the Juniors.
During the season of 1917 and 1918, the basketball team was coached by Howard
Ellifrits. The following year H. H. Speicher accepted the position as Athletic Coach
and held this position until 1920. During these two years a track team was organized and
athletics came to stay. Frank C- Wimer was next to accept the position as Coach of
Athletics in Elkins High School. He began with the football season of 1920, in which he
won 5 games, lost 2 and tied 1.
Since Wimer has been Coach at Elkins High, his teams have won two Sectional
Basketball Championships, the State Championship in 1926, and was runner-up in 1929.
Seven Sectional Track Meets have been won as well as the football championship in 1928,
and second place in 1929. During the ten years that Coach Wimer has been here he has
won 72, lost 18, and tied I2 football game, won 184 and lost 57 basketball games. Can
you show us a better record than this?
Wimer-coached men who have made the All-State teams are:
All-State Football-"Big Sleepy" Glenn, ,22, '23, 7243 Myrl Kepner, ,273 Charles
Zirbs, '28, Ward Rice, '28, Charles Simmons, Captain, 329.
All-State Basketball-"Little Sleepyl' Glenn, Captain, ,265 Clay Martin, ,2Q.
Elkins High has always been a tough opponent for all of the teams she has met, and
we know she will continue to be such.
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LKINS 7-PARKFRSBURG 6. Thus ended Il most successful season of
1929, with eight victories, two ties and one defeat. The cause? Seven
fighting, hard charging Tiger linemen followed by four snarling Tiger backs
gs -and all were coached by the best coach in the state, Frank C. Wimer.
"'::' WUT On September 1, Coach Wimer issued the call for candidates for the foot-
ball team. Thirty-nine huskies reported for action the first day. Out of this group only
four were members of the team of '28. This was the Ugreenestn bunch of igskin chasers
ever to report to Coach VVi1ner- Out of these thirty-nine scrappers was moldfed one of the
best teams the school has ever had, and the second best in the State-Fairmont being de-
clared Champs and Elkins second.
The season started off with a bang. F. H. S. 7-Alumni 0. The next game, with
Parsons, proved to be easy prey for the Tigers who won 4,3 to O. Who's next? None other
than our own "Sleepyn Glenn and his Capitol City Warriors. The game was almost over
when "Budn Shelton tossed a beautiful pass to Captain Simmons who galloped 43 yards for
the six-pointer that won the game 6 to o. Are we lucky or has Coach ccGlOO1HY,, Wimer
molded a real team out of this bunch of Hgreeniesvf
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What's this? Rlki-ns 6-Fast Side O. l believe the boys can play a little anyhow
Wasnlt that a nice pass "Bud,' heaved? ,
Ouchl Weston 64Flkins 0. Oh, Well, anyhow the boys certainly fought hard and
were not disgraced by that score, and whatls more on the following Saturday they trounced
Buckhannon 33 to 6. I hope they get going next Saturday.
Well, llm satisfied, are you? H. S. 6-Shinnston 6. Although they were out-
weighed 30 pounds to the man, and on a wet field besides, the Tigers outplayed them in
every section of the game and would have won, We believe, if the field had been dry.
B-r-r-r. Again those greedy Tigers found a victim in their lair. After playing on
foreign soil for three weeks they returned home and defeated Philippi IQ to 0. The next
week they tied Morgantown 6 to 6, and
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players were selected on the various All- K 'ff M,.t""kg-, ' F
State and All-Valley teams: T V3 fffiu 3- ,"t
Stansburyls All-State-Simmons, Q. B. gf
and Captain? Shelton, second team, Ball A WML
and Collett, honorable mention. " fgixlfvf
Riagieyrs A11-state-Bari. gg xx
All-Valley-Shelton and Ball. Second 4' 'L T -U A H
team--C. Simmons and Collett-
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Elkins High School Basketball
A week after the close of the football season the call was issued for basketball practice
to begin. The outlook at this point was bleak, for there were only three men left from
the first ten of the last year's team, and one regular. Two men, Charles Simmons and
Amos Harrold, were left over until the second semester. The team was first placed
under fire at Mill Creek. The game was hard fought and brought the fact that perhaps
a team could be made from this bunch. The Tigers progressed better from there on.
They defeated what looked like an unbeatable bunch of Alumni on Christmas night. As
the season progressed they continued to win until Fairmont offered the stump in their row.
Fairmont came here with a fine team and gave Flkins the first defeat she had had in the
Elkins High Gym.
The conference gave more interest in the games this year, and to better their standing
every team in the conference fought harder to win every game. After the first setback the
Tigers went after it and won the Grafton, Buckhannon, Weston and Philippi games. Then
came the big game of the year-Shinnstonl At the end of a fast and furious struggle the
Tigers lost by a 35-29 count. This made the second defeat of the season and lowered
them considerably in the conference ranking. The Tigers passed through the rest of the
season with only two more defeats, Shinnston and Fairmont West Side administering one
each. Flkins landed Cl fourth place in the conference.
On March 7 and 8, the first sectional tournament ever held in Elkins arrived. Flkins
drew the Belington team the first round and defeated them 40-I. ln the second round the
Wzzlkersxfille team, :1 team that Elkins had never played before, was defeated 58-9. A real
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threat was offered by Philippi, but finally the Tigers pulled through with a ZI to Il
score. In the final game with Buckhannon, the Tigers upset them to the tune of 38 to
11. Elkins also won the cheering cup. Between tournaments the Tigers defeated Fair-
mont, East Side, 37 to 19.
The State Tournament-Elkins had it tough in the drawing, by not only having to
play a preliminary game with Hinton. but also by having Wheeling and Shinnston one
right after another if the Tigers should win. One Thursday afternoon the Tigers met and
defeated Hinton 22 to 7. The next day one of the most important contests Elkins ever
entered was held, because Wheeling, State Champions, for two consecutive years, had never
lost a game for three years to a West Virginia team. Elkins gained a revenge in a 24 to
Shinnston was to be met the same night. Shinnston had beaten the Tigers twice in
the season, and Elkins was conceded small chance of winning. However, the Tigers won
in a thrilling game by 37 to 19. Hundred was the downfall of the Elkins team after the
fine playing against Shinnston. This team defeated Elkins by the lop-sided score of 31
to 12. Saturday night as a preliminary to the finals, Elkins played Williamson in the
consolation game and returned to their old form by defeating them 36 to 12. Hundred
won over Washington-lrving in the finals, 30 to 24. Elkins won the cheering cup and
third place in the tournament. They also placed a man on the first and second teams.
ELKINS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1929-1930.
Frank C. Wimer-Coach Harry Shelton-Captain Raymond White-Manager
ABROAD AT HOME
December IQ-Mill Creek ...,, 21-12 December 25-Alumni .. 26 18
January 24-Buckhannon . , , , .27-16 January 4-Martinsburg . 25 I7
January ZSTWCSIOH . . , . , , 17-12 january 9-Philippi . . . . 29 I7
February 6-Philippi . . , . . .31-20 January 11-Fairmont , . 20 ZI
February -Morgantown . .... 19-12 january 18-Grafton , . , 44-14
February v-Fairmont . , , , ,23-27 january 31m-Bl1Ciih3l11'lOl1 36 23
February -Shinnston . . . 19-33 Februarv 8-Shinnston , 29-35
February -East Sidew ,.., 30-17 February I2-Mill Creek 44-15
February IS'WCSt0H . . . 29 21
March 1-Morgantown . . 36 IS
MARCH 7 AND 8-SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT
ELKINS VISI'fOR ScoRE
40 ....,, . .... Belington . , . . . 1
37 ,... .... I fast Side , , , . . IQ
38 .... .... W alkersville . . . . 9
21 .... .... P hilippi ..,. . , 1 1
38 . . . .....,,..,. Buckhannon ,.......,....., , . I1
STATE TOURNAMENT AT BUCKHANNON
Elkins ..,.,,.r..,... 22-Hinton ...,...,,...... 7
Elkins. . , . . . 24-Wheeling . . i , . I5
Elkins. . . . 37-Shinnston , , . . , IQ
Elkins, . , , , , 12-Hundred , . . . 31
Elkins. . . . . . 36-Williamson . . I2
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HE Track season of 1929, opened with the annual inter-class meet which was
won by the Juniors who scored a total of 68119 points. The Seniors had a
tough proposition to nose out the Sophomores 27 to 25112. The next meet
was that with the Alumni who was defeated 78 to 48. Things began to
5"4'L3C'7T'93'g' look pretty good for a successful team, and the Tigers journeyed over to
Parsons and trounced them 96 to 46.
Next came the First Annual Monongahela Valley Meet, which was held at Elkins,
with Washington-Irving, Grafton, Fairmont, Parsons and Ehkins participating. This
meet proved to be a thriller and was not decided until the final event, the 440 relay, was
run. This was the most thrilling race we have ever seen on the local field, and Elkins
won it after a hard struggle. The final scores are as follows: Elkins 54g45, Washington-
lrving, SZMSQ Grafton, 203 Fairmont, 15, Parsons, 4. On the following Saturday, Elkins
easily won the State Sectional Meet, scoring 65W points. Scores of the other teams
entered are as follows: Grafton, 36363 Parsons, 213 Aurora, 8, Upshur County High, 73
Philippi, 6, Terra Alta, 0- Elkins qualified twelve men, the largest number possible, to
go to the State Meet at Morgantown. Martin, Harrold, Rice, Captain Fretwell and Ball
showed up best in this meet, in which Elkins was placed fifth. This team also partici-
pated in the Twenty-second Inter-Scholastic Meet held in the Pitt Stadium at Pittsburg,
and took ninth place.
The Tigers have not lost a dual or sectional meet for four years, and we hope for
their continued success.
CAPT. GUY FRE
MGR. RICHARD SIMMONS
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Prophesy of the Class of '30
one evening when the fire had burned to embers, I sat thinking yearstfrompnow.
",3'D,k!i1 Suddenly I noticed a coal which seemed not only to grow larger and larger but brighter
and brighter. Then I noticed a small door and soon it opened. Who should appear but
' d' f the Kin of the Golden River In his hand he
'Z' a little man, rather remin ing one o g . . l
held a little shiny book. I was frightened at first, but he spoke and told me that in
the book which he carried with him was written the future of every man. Of course
m to reveal to me the future of every member in our
I immediately became very interested and asked hi
CLASS OF '3o. I was astonished when I heard him read the following:
Garrott Allen will become the greatest magician in the world and will accomplish many tricks which
Houdini failed in.
Ada Auvil and Nataline Wright will be models for the Franklin, Simon and Co. in New York City.
Georgia Ayers will be directress of games on the ocean lines, "Mauretania'l.
"Dick" Bishop will open a branch establishment of the Bishop Lumber Co. in Washington, D. C.
Betty Bennett will be hostess of a naughty night club in Harding, W. Va.
Mildred Burke will be happily married to the Prince of Wales.
Hazel Burke will be in Africa teaching the cannibals table manners.
Herman Ball will make his home on the Philippine Islands.
Marguerite Shaffer, Vivian Bullivant and Ruth Pingley will be working for a large corporation
demonstrating the effects of henna on the flowing locks of the young maidenhood of Australia.
Donald Dye will become president of the Hart, Shaffner and Marx Clothing Company.
Ralph Dennison will be construction engineer on the South Pole.
Hazel Cutright will open a kindergarten in Philadelphia.
Rita DiBacco will be a noted comedienne on Broadway.
Esther Dobbins will be the head of the English Department in Columbia University.
"Ed" Dudley will revive the old song "Walking With Susie".
Joe Davis, a noted lawyer, will invent a new system which will do away with all fraud in voting.
Marguerite Duckworth will establish a school of Geology on Laurel Mountain.
Anna Grace Enlow will he Dean of Women at Vassar College.
Mary Louise Fisher, after her marriage, will live in Russia.
Fielding Fidler will give private dancing lessons in the movie stars in Hollywood.
Margaret Kump will preside over the juvenile court in Denver, Colorado.
Mary Elizabeth Fisher will be a graduate nurse of the John Hopkins Hospital, and will vamp one
of the millionaire patients whom she will marry.
Louise Sleeman, after touring Europe with her handsome, rich husband, will return to her beautiful
home on Long Island.
Eloise Hall will receive S500 an hour singing and playing for the National Broadcasting Company.
Lucille Talbott will live in Lawrence, Kansas, where her husband will be coach of athletics in the
Betty Harwood and Theresa Hammer will be ballet dancers in Paris.
Isadore Goldberg will be proprietor of the Baltimore Bargain House.
Georgia Poling will be leading lady in the Follies of 1940.
Evelyn Green will pose for Burley Hickman, who will be the greatest artist in London.
Vergie Hartman will be married and will live on a large farm between Elkins and Beverly.
Helen Goley will be president of the Literary Guild of America.
Thurman Hodges will be elected mayor of Evenwood in 1946. A
Lillian Heltzel will set up a flower shop in Third Street and will sell all sorts of pretty "Buds".
Amos Harrold will challenge the champion heavyweight of South America for a bout to be staged in
"Red" Harper will light the way for strangers through the Black Forests of Germany.
"Bill" Hall will be sports writer for the New York Times.
Genevieve Hinkle will devote her life to evangelistic singing.
Margaret Jeffers will clerk in a large department store in Philadelphia.
Hilda Simmons will rear a "Coxey's', army.
Henry Wilson will take up tickets in the Roxie Theatre.
Ocie Kerns will wile in luxury, having made her fortune by inventing a new kind of curling iron
which will be sold in all the lo cent stores in America.
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Evelyn Keller will travel with "Barn-ham Baled-hay Side Showsn as the fattest woman in the World,
and her barker will be none other than Guy Mallow.
Aileen Kelly will be seamstress for Lady Astor.
Robert Keim will be proprietor of the Murphy loc store,
Rosealyn Knott will tint Christmas cards for a large greeting card company.
Carl Moore will be assistant professor of Physics at Yale.
Geneva McCollom will reside in Webster Springs where her husband will be employed.
Katherine Schoonover will be traveling companion for a multimillionaire widow.
Mary Jane Wilt will go to China to teach the Chinese the latest dance steps.
Marie Moss will be saleslady for the "Delicious Sweetsl' Candy Company in Boston.
Gertrude Suesli will belgoverness for the children of Mr. and Mrs. john Coolidge.
"Dick" Simmons will be third assistant in the Gray Front Grocery Store in Elkins, W. Va.
Pauline O'Kernick will be traveling demonstrator of the "May Bloom" toilet articles.
Charles Simmons will be coach of athletics in the Parsons High School.
Mary Sylvester will run a bus between Norton and Elkins High School. '
Winifred Steele will be governor of the Hawaiian Islands.
Kathryn Phillips will inherit f3,000,000.00 from her rich uncle who formerly lived in Mill Creek.
Raymond Whitelwill be warden in Sing' Sing Prison.
Bessie Mouse and her husband will set up a beauty parlor in Oakland, Maryland.
Ruth Smith will make hand-made neckties for the Artistic Neckwear Manufacturing Company.
Lorraine Woodford will become rich from her orange groves in Siberia.
Ada Wamsley and Clorice VVilmoth will be social service workers in the slums of Elkins.
Marie Rennix will graduate from West Virginia Business College, and will be a stenographer in
Eugene McCusker will be ambassador to Egypt.
Evelyn Yokum will become principal of the Go Easy High School.
Alby Phillips will be the best shoemaker in Elkwater.
Elda Trieber will spend her life trying to teach a "Scotchman,' to be thrifty.
Genevieve Simmons will teach typewriting in Rider College in Trenton, New jersey.
Mildred Smith will be head waitress in the Tygart Hotel.
Jason Meadows will head the Chemistry Department at Carnegie Tech.
Winifred Triplett will become a noted chemist and will be employed by the Dupont Company.
Wayne Scott will raise pigs on a large farm in Pennsylvania.
John Trahern will be a chef in the Hamilton Hotel in Bermuda. I
Elizabeth Kump will receive countless proposals, but being unable to decide among them will die an
Millard Klein will be choosing wise-cracks for the "Pathfinder,'.
Harry Shelton will direct traffic on Broadway.
Edna Shipman will make a scientific study of 'iWhy men prefer blondsl' and will report her findings
in a syndicated newspaper.
joe Williams, because of his love for "Chickys" will have a poultry farm near Elkins..
Morris Wilmoth will make a remarkable discovery that ice is cold.
Thelma Mills will live in Nevada on a large ranch given to her by her great uncle.
Joyce Olson will be a noted concert artist and will tour France.
Hale Taylor will finally "Gain-'er,'.
And so after completing the prophesy the queer little man closed the little book and disappeared into
flames, thus ending the Prophesy of the CLASS OF '3o.
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Senior Class Will
Elkins High School, know ye that: We, the Class of 1930, of the Elkins High School, Elkins West
Virginia, being of sound mind, do hereby make and publish this, our last will and testament We do
hereby will, grant and bequeath:
Grady Whitman, Garrott Allenls magic.
Rosalie Poling, Ada Auvil's sex appeal.
Dorothy Bartgis, Georgia Ayer's lisp.
John Chenoweth, Herman Ball's curls.
William Conner, Richard Bishopls big voice.
Virginia Moore, Vivian Bullivant's pepiness.
Helen Connor, Hazel Burke's brown eyes.
Phyllis Davies, Mildred Burke's shyness.
Lena Antoline, Hazel Cutright's love for fun. ,
some lucky guy, Joe Davis' knowledge of Chemistry.
Ann Lingamfelter, Rita Di Baccols good standing with the football boys.
next year's editor, Esther Dobbins' ability as TIGER Editor.
Aileen Harper, Marguerite Duckworth's good grades in Worl.l History.
Harold O'De1l, Edward Dud1ey's Stacomb.
Ray Hill, Donald Dye's position as Senior cheer leader.
Edwina Buzzell, Anna Grace Enlowls reserve.
"Sol" Goldberg, Fielding Fidler's giggle.
Eileen Martin, Mary Louise Fisher's compact.
"Susie'l Martin, Helen Goley's good grades.
Harry Mamin, Isadore Goldbe1'g's tardy marks.
Dorotha Ward, Evelyn Green's good looks.
Virginia Harshbarger, Eloise Hall's musical talent.
Alan Green, Ronald Harper's hair.
Louise Haggerty, Mary Elizabeth Fisherls "spa-csv.
Jimmy Talbott, Harry Gardner's horn.
V-Etgr Marine, William Hall's bluffing.
Mary Frances Donohoe, Theresa Hammer's figure.
Rudolph Zirbs, Amos Harrold's artistic ability.
Owenta Biller, Betty Harwood's walk.
the President of Class of '31, Burley Hickman's efficiency.
Gladys Riley, Lillian Heltzel's sweet disposition.
Kenneth Sell, Thurman Hodges' feet.
Cliva Hart, Genevieve Hink1e's smile.
Mary Gamble Kump, Evelyn Kellarls thinness.
Jerome York, Robert Keim's dignified air.
"Whitey,' Nichols, Millard Klein's voice.
Mildred Trickett, Rosealyn Knottls talkativeness.
Beatrice Grimes, Elizabeth Kump's smile.
Elizabeth Baker, Margaret Kump's power of argument.
Donald Wilmoth, Guy Mal1ow's Ford.
Gary Cooper, Eugene McCusker's acting.
Ted Wilmoth, Jason Meadow's tallness.
"Jake" Vanscoy, Carl Moore's hair tonic.
Gerald Gainer, Marie Moss' studiousness.
Regina Vest, Bessie Mouse's make-up.
Mr. Arnett, Pauline O'Kernick's lipstick.
"Bud" Wingfield, Joyce Olson's baby-blue eyes.
Guy Godwin, Ruth Smith's ear-rings.
Donna Durrett, Marie Rennix's freckles.
Kathleen Goodwin, Louise Preysz's long hair.
Frances Russell, Georgia Poling's chewing gum.
Marshall Wilson, Alby Phillips' quietness.
Edythe Hinkle, Ruth Pingley's blush.
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Louise Haggerty, Katherine Phillips' quiet way.
anybody who will have it, Margaret Jeffers' brilliancy.
Hester Caplinger, Mildred Smith's blonclness.
Frances Russell, Betty Bennett's walking ability.
Lester Hill, Ralph Dennison's bashfulness.
Harry Koontz, Harry Shelton's popularity.
Walter Lee, John Trahern's vanity.
Mandane Olson, Mary Jane Wilt's natural wave.
Regina Osborn, Vergie Hartman's art for talking.
Grace Florentino, Genevieve Simmons' eye lashes.
Irene Hooker, Winifred Steele's violin.
Ward Perry, Gertrude Ray's position in Woolworth's.
Grady Whitman, Lorraine Woodford's tinyness.
Katherine Isner, Winifred Triplett's grin.
"Betty" Arnold, Nataline Wright's winning disposition.
Leola Wills, Elda Trieber's raven locks.
Gertrude Crawford, Ada Warnsley's surplus height.
John Ringer, Wayne Scott's weight.
Charles Arbogast, Morris Wilmoth's dates.
Elizabeth Daft, Nellie Suesli's loquocity.
Chester Powers, Charles Simmons' ambition.
Miss Fuss, Louise Sleeman's love for cats.
the cradle, Joe Willianls' "Chicky".
Taylor Gilmore, Katherine Schoonover's pleasant expression.
Beatrice Grimes, Richard Simmons' partiality.
Pauline Dye, Raymond White's affection for "jail birds".
Robert Allen, Edna Shipman's H's.
John Ward, Aileen Kelly's forwardness.
Regina Steele, Hilda Simmons' "drug store" complexion.
Chester Collett, Clorice Wilmoth's dimples.
Maime Marshall, Mary Sy1vester's boisterousness.
Dolly Pritt, Marguerite Shaffer's "pug" nose.
Junior Isner, Lucille Talbott's beauty prizes.
Martha Stiffler, Ocie Kerens' attention in English IV Class.
George Brannon, Geneva McCollam's seriousness.
Winifred Allendar, the twinkle in Evelyn Yokum's eyes.
Kay Dye, Henry Wilson's clothes.
Mr. Bruffey, Cecil Day's red sweater.
Charles Allen, Hale Taylor's girl.
some one who can see in the dark, Thelma Mills' locker.
the Juniors, our dignity, which we hope they will keep throughout their Senior year, our seats
in Chapel, left us by the Class of '29, our 95,8 in English IV.
To the Sophomores, we leave our ambition, our pep, and our wisdom.
the Freshmen we leave our ability to skip classes, our tardy marks, and our skill at bluffing
Faculty Popularity Contest for 1930
Best Vamp or Sheik. . . . .
Prettiest Eyes ,..., ,...
Prettiest Hair ,..,... .....
Prettiest Complexion ....,..
Highest Grader .,... ,....
Best Disposition . , . . . . . .
Best Sport ....... , , . . .
Most Dignified . .. . . . . .
Most Kiddish ............
Nearest Married ..., 1 ..,..
Strictest Disciplinarian ..,..
Most Easy Going ..........
Lengthiest Speaker . . . . .
Most Athletic .... . . .
Mr. Stewart . , .
Mr. Green , .
Mr. Green ....
Mr. Green .,,.
Mr. Bruffey ..,.
Mr. Bruffey ,,..
Mr. Bruffey ....
Mr. Vest ....,.
Mr. Arnett ..,,
Mr. Vest ..,.
Mr. Vest ,.....
Mr. Speicher. . .
Mr. Bruffey . . ,
Mr. Wimer . . ,
Senior Popularity Contest
Most Popular ,.......... .
Best Looking ,... ........
Typical E. H. S. Student. . .
Laziest E. H. S. Student, ..
Most Talkative ..........,
Biggest Nuisance . . . .
Most Athletic . . . , , , .
Best Vamp ,.,,...... . , .
Best Actor and Actress, . ,
Most Literary .... . . ,
Fattest ......, . . .
Leanest .,.. ......... .
Best Qualities of Leadership,
Most Dependable . ,... ....
Most Dignified . . . . . .
Harry Shelton . .
Edward Dudley . , . . . .
Harry Shelton .,., . . .
Millard Klein ..
ffnaaw Bishop .... ,...
Harry Shelton , .
Fielding' Fidler .
Fielding Fidler . , , . . .
William Hall. , .
Guy Mallow . . .
Wayne Scott . . .
Millard Klein . .
Garrott Allen . .
Robert Kiem . . .
Mrs. McKee, Miss McDonald
Mary Jane Wilt
Mary Wilt, Louise Sleeman
Betty Harwood, Eloise Hall
Mary Jane Wilt
VVOufdn't a Teacher Be Ideal Who Had-
Miss Barryls eyes.
Mr. Bruffeyls blush.
Miss Poling's voice.
Miss Harsh's complexion.
Mr. Arnettls hair.
Miss Fuss, size.
Miss Wilmoth's neck.
Mr. Wimer's feet.
Miss Rideris temper.
Mr- Kelly's S.uthern accent.
Mr. Speicherls newspaper.
Bu! One Would Be Much Belief PVILU
Mr. Vest's philosophy.
lVIiss Bullivant's typcvvriting ability.
Mrs. McNeish's disposition.
Mr. SteWz1rt's bashfulness.
Mr. Naggls dignified air.
Mr. Green's love for insects.
Miss McDonaldls neatness.
Mrs. Wimer's knowledge.
Miss Eib's femininity.
Miss Cody's smile-
Mrs. McKee's conscicntiousness.
Mrs. Speicher's originality.
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fi' 'WB TUNT NIGHT, sponsored by the Junior Class, was held in the Elkins High
ing comedies, and tap dancing made up the program. The different classes
'B' and clubs of the school had their own special acts, and every performance was
an illustrious achievement of the members of the cast and sponsors. The
Senior Class presented a play entitled 'iliollyls Heron, a successful comedy, played by a very
eminent cast. Herman Ball was the hero and Mary -lane Wilt the heroine.
The Junior Class put on a blackface comedy entitled "Haman Pops the Questionn.
Lester Hill and Katheline Goodwin played the leading parts.
Jimmy Talbott and Donna Durrett danced and sang their way through a sentimental
play sponsored by the Sophomore Class.
Between acts "Mose" Brown entertained the audience with tap dancing. The A. V.
A. Club presented a play representing the Roman gods and goddesses, who directed mild
jokes at several of the students and teachers of the school.
The Junior-Senior Dramatic Club put on a play for the kindergarten children,
"Mother Goose's Schoolroomn.
The Freshman-Sophomore Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss Harsh, exhibited fine
speciments of male legs in a ludicrous and grotesque representation of "The Breakaway".
To this group Ray Hill, president of the Junior Class, presented a silver loving cup award-ed
to the best and most original act.
School Auditorium Friday, February 21, 1930. Sentimental plays, rollick-
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Cauliflower-A cabbage with a college education.
Kiss-Nothing divided by two.
Hug-A round about way of expressing affection.
Fly-A familiar summer boarder, who mingles with the cream of society, gets stuck
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CLASS OF 1922
James Fidler-Married, studying at Louisville, Kentucky.
Dow Strader-Working at Springfield, Massachusetts.
Nellie Irvin-Teaching grade schools, Elkins, West Virginia.
Harding Bankheacl-Working with State Road Comm., Keyser, W. Va.
Bayard Green-Teaching high school at Elkins, West Virginia.
Ralph Henry-Working at filling station, Elkins, West Virginia.
Wilard Daniels-Doctor at Washington, D. C.
CLASS OF 1923
Katherine Cody-Teaching high school at Elkins, West Virginia.
Polly Irons Barnes-Married, keeping house at Elkins, West Virginia.
Oid Shreve-Attending school, D. Sc E., Elkins, West Virginia.
John Wallace-Working at Wallacels Bakery, Elkins, West Virginia.
Lewis Vest-Teaching high school, Elkins, West Virginia.
CLASS OF 1924
Cyrus Kump-Studying law at W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
Albert Glenn-Married, coach of high school, Charleston, West Virginia.
Christine Yokum-Teaching grade school at Coalton, West Virginia.
Kenneth Butt-Working on farm near Elkins, West Virginia.
Gerald Dougherty-Working in Elkins, West Virginia.
lnez Mae Perry Blankenship-Married, keeping house in Charleston, W. Va.
Homer Naggs-Teaching high school at Elkins, West Virginia.
CLASS OF 1 925
Fredrick Barron-Attending school, W. SL L., Lexington, Virginia.
Robert Brown-Attending school. D. Sl E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Mary Elizabeth Poling-Librarian at E. H. S., Elkins, West Virginia.
Carl McDonald-Attending University of Pa., Philadelphia, Pa.
Marguerite Channell Moore-Married, keeping house at Elkins, West Virginia.
Harold Coberly+Working at Washington, D. C.
Lula Grace Fisher-Teaching at l. O. O. E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Leona Dougherty-At home, Elkins, West Virginia.
George Rodgers-Attending school, George Washington U., Washington, D. C
CLASS OF 1926
Byron Shelton-Attending school. D. Sc E., Elkins, West Virginia.
William Cromwell-Attending school, D. 8: E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Margaret Glenn-Teaching in grade school, Elkins, West Virginia.
Mary Tallman-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, ,West Virginia.
Marshall Glenn-Married, attending school, W. V. U., Morgantown, W. Va.
Genevieve Bullivant-Attending training school, Baltimore, Md.
Ada Ward-Attending school, Kansas City, Kansas.
Sam Hoover-Attending school, D. 85 E., Elkins, West. Virginia.
Carol Ashby-Attending school. W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
Louise Buzzard-Attending school, D. 8: E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Elizabeth Fling-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Notley Bernard-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Ronald Earle-Working at Earle,s Meat Market, Elkins, West Virginia.
, CLASS OF IQ27
Harwood Ritter-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Kathrine Baker-Attending school, D. St E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Kernble Manning-Attending School, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
George Painter-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Frances Kump-Attending school, W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
Frances Baker-Attending School, D, 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Dorothy Wilson-4-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
John Sleeman-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Leland Brown-Attending school, W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
Philip Harness-Attending school, W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
Sarah Haffner-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
James Wallace-Attending school, D. 8c E., Elkins, West Virginia.
CLASS OF IQ28
Harry Moore-MMarried, working Kerner's Shop, Elkins, West Virginia.
blames Allen-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Carrie Virginia Wilt-Attending School, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Langley Cobb-Attending School, D. 81. E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Virginia KratZerHAttending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Glenn Watring-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Neil Daniels-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Mary Lingamfelter-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Dorwin Talbott-Marrier, working Talbott P. 81 G., Elkins, West Virginia.
Virginia Woodford Talbott-Married, keeping house, Elkins, West Virginia.
-lenning Marshall-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Ruth Summers-Attending school, D. 81'E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Ellis Vest-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Bonn Brown-Attending school, W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
CLASS OF IQZQ
Velma Durrett-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Dorothy Gwinn-Attending school, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Willetta Green-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Dan Baker-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Geraldine Trickett-Working at Trickettls Store, Elkins, West Virginia.
Harriet PerrykAttending School, D. gl E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Elizabeth Cole-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Harold Woodford-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Pauline McCusker-Working for Montgomery 81 Ward, Elkins, West Virginia.
Clay Martin-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Patricia Radcliffe-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Kenneth' Cole-Working for Fair Company, Elkins, West Virginia.
Ruth Wolverton-Attending School, W. V. U., Morgantown, West Virginia.
Ada McCauley-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
Agnes Hamlin-Attending school, D. 81 E., Elkins, West Virginia.
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Fashion decrees that skirts will be longer in 1930. They'll almost have to be or they
won't be skirts any longer.
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What Barnum missed: Cat kills mother rat and then adopts orphan mice.
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Wife: "Dear, I need a new dress."
Husband: "What happened to the dress I bought last week?'
Wife: "A moth atq itf'
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Low Bridge! A little moonlight, now and then, will marry off the best of men.
-- THE TIGER 1-
Kav D ez "Mother, is it correct to sav that vou 'water a horse, when he is thirst ?"
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Mrs. Dye: "Yes, Kay."
Kay: "Well, then, give me a dish, I'm going to milk the cat.',
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Ada Auvil: "Thurman, what size shoe do you wear?"
Thurman H.: "I really wear tens, but elevens feel so good that I always buy twelves.
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Jerome York: "How do the football players get the mud off their uniforms?l'
Vic Marine: "You're a dumb guy! What do you think they have the scrub team for? "
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Speicher: "Did your wife drag you to the masquerade, too?"
Wimer: "Yes, I went like a clown."
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Green at the Game
She: "Did you think I would Inarry you without any argument?"
Bike: 'KYeh, I thought they came later."
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Spike Moore: "Gee, there are an awful lot of girls stuck on me."
Joe Williams: "Yeah, they must be an AWFUL lotf'
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Betty: "Did Ed threaten you when he kissed you?',
Susie: "Yes, He said, 'If you scream, Illl never kiss you again."
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Mrs. Wimer: "William, will yoII please leave the roomfl'
"Billv Hall: "Yes, Ma'am, I had no intention of taking it with me?
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ake: "When we reach that bend in the road, I'm oin to kiss ou."
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Tutor: "Isnlt that going a little too far?"
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"Waiter, about half an hour ago I ordered a drink. Now, did you bring it, did l
drink it or didn't I order it?"
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Calendar for 1929
Registration. Don't the Seniors look dignified?
"FreshiesU and Sophomores enroll for Sing Sing, too.
First chapel. Found out what we can and cannot do. Mostly cannot do.
Gosh, the assignments are getting long already.
Friday! Thank goodness, one week less of school.
So hard to settle down after settling up all summer. 2
More trouble! Extra periods today. We have to suffer until 4. olclock on Tuesdays.
"Sleepy Valleyl' is dedicated to Mrs. McNeish in chapel. I
Girl Reserves organize. New members discussed. Hi-Y organizes, also.
E. H. S. 79-Alumni O. Our team looks pretty good this year.
New Hi-Y members taken in.
Mr. and Mrs. Theman give a concert. ln costume 'n' everything.
"Prof," Koontz gives us a lecture.
D. H. D. organize in Neale's Drug Store. We have our doubts about this club. The
letters suggests lots of things.
E. H. S. 43--Parsons o. Nice way to end the week.
Back to the old grind.
E. H. S. 6-Charleston O. Our little "country boysl' pulled one over on the city
guys. They all need more spirit.
E. H. S. 6-E. S. Fairmont O. "Baby Elephantv sure tore off a mean one. Shrines
invade the town. "Did you all see 'Fattylfu
Six weeks tests in full swing.
What did you make on your English IV?
Everyone studying hard. Report cards Monday!
Whew! "Get this one! Weston 6-Elkins O. Can you beat that?
Help! Report cards! Anyone: "Well, Mother, l did try to make a good grade, buti'
Everyone practicing forgery.
Girl Reserves Dance. "What,s all the light for?"
Thank heavens, this is Friday! Goin' to Buckhannon tomorrow?
E. H. S. 32-Huckhannon 6. What was Homer doing over at Buckhannon until I:2o?
just another day wasted away.
Four olclock again today. Darn these extra periods any how!
Chapel. Mr. Arnett tunes in on a filial conversation.
"I get the blues when it rainsf'
E. H. S. 6-Shinnston 6.
Back to jail!
Oh, dear! Four more days until Friday.
Best chapel program so far. A memorial service to the soldiers.
"Get a bid to Hi-Y Banquet and Dance?
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Mr. Carr tells us how to get a thrill. E. H. S. 19-Philippi o. Hi-Y Banquet-Dance.
Holiday! That is one good thing our Governor has done.
Chapel-"Wanted a Wifefl Well, he got it. Tiger Staff has a tea and Senior
Class Advisors change their names.
E. H. S. 6-Morgantown 6.
Quite an exciting time in chapel. "Lessy' surely is a fast worker.
Tiger Staff meeting.
Out for another breathing spell.
E. H. S. 42-'Gf8fIOH 6.
One month until Christmas.
Orders for Senior pins and rings are being taken.
Mr. Vest gives us a heart to heart talk in chapel. Football boys leave for Parkersburg.
My turkey 'tis of thee, sweet bird of cranberry.
Everybody must have had too much turkey.
Bad newsl Report cards! "Now let me see if I make an H next six weeks."
"Silence, pleaseln Married life must be great!
Do you like "Pickles,'?
North Central Association examiners come to visit us.
Friday, the 13th. The only lucky thing that happened today was our getting out at 3.
just four more days until the holidays.
Whoever invented these extra-curricular periods cught to get a rope around his neck
They even beat us out of Chapel today. We have to wait until Friday.
The basketball team journeys to Mill Creek and beats them 21-12. A nice beginning.
Well, see you all next year.
E. H. S. beats the Alumni 25-IQ in a fast one.
How did Santa Claus treat you?
Everybody breaking their resolutions.
E. H. S. beat Martinsburg 26-18, in one of the cleanest games ever played here
Everybody in the dumps.
Seniors sporting their pins and rings around before the envious eyes of the Freshmen.
"Chink', Ayers shows us how they dance in Hollywood and on Broadway in Chapel
today. The Hi-Y Club presents the Ziegfield Follies of IQ3O.
E. H. S. 29-Philippi 17. The T. V. C. pledges entertain us during the half.
Another week gone.
Fairmont defeats Elkins 21-20 in a thriller, and a heart-breakerl
Everybody a bit blue after Saturday night.
The Tiger Staff watched the birdie today. That picture is going to be worth seeing!
Reverend Hart and Mr. Darden talk in chapel. Mr. Darden recalled some happen-
ings in "the good ole, days."
E. H. S. 44-Grafton 15. The girls entertained during the half with a "Crab
Everyone studying hard for a change.
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Exemption lists read. Funny. there were so few names on the list.
Exams! All aboard to destruction.
Report cards! "How many did you flunk?H Registration. About 80 new members
for the Cradle Roll. E. H. S. 27-Buckhannon 16.
E. H. 17- Westcn I2. No cne listed in on the "huddle" over there.
Rain and slushl
More rain and slush.
Don and Elizabeth give us a portrayal of the insane in "Lunatics" in chapel today.
Not a thing happened!
E. H. S. 36-Buckhannon 23. The fellows 'ghuddlen without a single interruption.
What's all that stuff on the bulletin board?
We found out.
Today dragged. We didn,t have chapel. Everybody out giving "sales talksv.
The "Greens" seem to be ahead.
"Going to the game tomorrow night?"
Say, talk about thrills! E. H. S. 29--Shinnston 35.
"Miss Hittyl' may have been a valentine to Matthew, but to us she'd make a good
All the Freshmen girls are blushing over their valentines.
E. H. S. 29-WCSIOH 21. Boy, did you see those long shots?
E. H. S. IQ-MOfg3Hf0WH 12.
West Fairmont 27-E. H. S. 23. K'Stunt Nitel'-Freshman-Sophomore Dramatic
Club takes the cup.
E. H. S. 18-Shinnston 33.
"Dick" Simmons is exposed as a dangerous "heart breakeru. Girls, bewarel
Miss Harsh is riding in a Stutz now!
Ray Hill throws a party for the -luniors and Seniors at the "Gayety Club". A good
time was had by alll And how?
Hi-Y holds their first devotional meeting this morning. E. H. S. 37-East Side
E. H. S. 34-Morgantown 15.
Big Thuse in Gym. We learn the old high school yell.
Big Pep Meeting. Faculty gives us their idea of a "preppy time". Mr. Green would
make a good orator, wouldnlt he?
Elkins draws Belington for first game.
First day of the Elkins Sectional Tournament. Elkins going strong.
Elkins winners of the Tourney!
Chapel instead of extra curricular today to tell us who won the Tournament.
Senior Tacky Day! Some clothes!
E. H. S. 37-East Side Fairmont 19.
We had some areal' music in chapel today. DeNcal Morris, Leona Daugherty and
Elmer Fiorentino entertain. '
Elkins beats Hinton in the preliminary game of the State Tourney.
Elkins beats Wheeling. And Shinnstonl
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lflkins wins third place in the Tournamentg gets the cheering cup, and g'Bucl" Shel-
ton on the first team, and .loc Williams on the second. We didn't do sn badly after
Instead of club period today, Coach told all the jokes on the boys who were at the
We had some entertainers from the grades in chapel today.
lnter-Class Tourney. Senior girls and Freshmen boys win. The Sophonwres yell
President Allen talks in chapel today.
"Big Ten" Track Meet at Morgantown.
State Sectional Track and Field Meet at Elkins.
'. State Track and Field Meet at Morgantown.
Annual Sermon to the Graduating Class.
Graduation, and the struggle is OVER.
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Manufacturers of the Darco Line of Poultry, Dairy and Stock Feeds. -Iobbers of the
Purina Line of High Grade Feeds for All Stock, 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 the public since 1894.
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ELIIINS, WI-:sr vIIaGINI,i
JAMES LQDVVAIID AI,I,ICN, LL. D., President
Graduates from Iflkins High School have uniliorrnly done very creditable work at
Davis and Iilkins College. We l110St cordially welcome serious-minded, ambitious students.
College is for students only. Davis and Iilkins 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 large patronage from the outside.
I advise early registration this year. The twenty-seventh session opens September 17.
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MANUFACTURERS OF BAND SAWN LUMBICR
BASS, OAK, C1I1'IS'l'NL7'1', POPLAR, Asn, MAPLE
Shipping Point, Brown! Siding, W. Ya. Randolph County
Sales Office and Telegraph Address, Elkins, W. Yu. ICLKINS, W. VA.
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WHETSELL'S INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL KINDS or 1NsUR,xNcL AND BONDS
Printer and Publisher
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Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers
TO SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
, CATALOG ON REQUEST
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County Superintendent of Schools
Randolph County, West Virginia
"God, keep mc truc to those who trust mc,
May l nc'cr their trust bctrayg
But grant that they will find Inc
Always constant as the day.
Lord, kccp Inc always open-hearted,
That others' joys and pains I'll sharcg
And grant a kind deed doing
May lighten SOI11COI1ClS carcf'
IS A GUARANTEE OF GUUD WORK
ELIQINS, WEST VIRGINIA
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LIST OF MEMBERS
ELKINS Business MEN,S ASSOCIATION, Incorporated
Harper Gas and Oil Co.
Gasoline and Oil
'Iacolfs Economy Store
Johnston Drug Co.
Keim 8c Keim
C. H. Kerner
Main Street Store
General Merchandise, Etc.
H. B. Martin
Furniture and Hardware
Claude W. Maxwell
A. C. Merrill
ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA
Randolph Garage, Inc.
F. E. Runner
C. I. Saffel
Seneca Trail Lines
Penn Fruit Market
Dr. Blair E. Simons
Elkins Builders Supply
Elkins Cash Grocery Co.
Elkins City Hospital
Elkins Furniture and Hardware
Furniture and Hardware
Elkins Laundry Company
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Elkins National Bank
Denim! Elkins Provision 85 Storage Co.
Arcade Soda Grill VVQQZCMZUS
C0nf5Cfi0'1ef3' Ervinc Ice 8a Coal Co.
W. C. Armentrout Coal and Ice
Insurance The Fair Company
Art Millinery Department Store
Millinery Goods Family Drug Store
Dr. G. C. Baker Drugs, Etc.
C. H. Bankhead
L. Goldberg 8: Sons
Grove Feed 85 Storage
Feed and Flour
W. N. Snedegar
U. S. District Clerk Dr. V. F. Bird Insurance
Monongahela West Penn Public Optometrist L. D. Stcmple
Service Co. R. W. Bishop Groceries
Public Utility Building Supplies and Feed Dr. D. F. Strock
Montgomery Ward 8: Company E. A. Bowers Dentist
Department Store Attorney Talbott 8c Hoover
Morgan Radio Co. A. Spates Brady Attorneys
Radios Coal Operator Teter Publishing Co.
Morrison-Gross 8a Company Briggs 8c Cost Publishers
Manufacturers Ilardzcoods Welders Third Street Market
Mountain State Garage Central Meat Market Meats and Groceries
Hudson-Essex Automobiles Meats and Groceries Valley Supply Company
G. C. Murphy Co. Citizens National Bank Wholesalers
5c and loc Store Bankers Walker New River Mining Co.
Jos. A. Nallen Channell Grocery Co. Coal Minivzg
Delznonte Hotel Wholesalers J. Wallace '
Neale's Drug Store Clarkson Motor Sales Bakery
Drugs, Etc. Ford and Lincoln Automobiles S- H. Watring
P. H. Nefflen Geo. H. Coffman Chrysler Automobiles
Jewelery and Victrolas Men's Clothing Watts-Sartor-Lear Co.
New System Bakery W. R. Cromwell Clothing Specialities
Bakery Insurance Boyd Wees
Dr. H. K. Owens Lee Crouch Department Store
Physician Banker L. C. Weese
Dr. L. Parmesano C. 81 A. Gas Appliance Co. Tires and Repair
Dentist Gas Appliances Whetsell Insurance Agency
V. Parmcsano, Jr. Davis Trust Company Insurance
Wholesale Fruits, Etc. Bankers W. L. Willhide
Peoples National Bank The Darden Company Furniture and Hardware
Bankers Coal, Grain and Feed Frank E. Wilson
Dr. O. L. Perry D. A. Earle Service Station
Physician Meats and Groceries Merritt Wilson
C. H. Roemsch Davis Memorial Hospital President Wilson Lbr. Co.
Roernsch Handle Co. General Hospital M. N. Wilson
Raine Lumber Sales Corporation I. K. Dye Treas. and Gen. Mgr. Wilson
Lumber Sales Iron Dealer Lbr. Co.
Phillips Motor Company J. H. Elder West Virginia Flooring Company
Pontiac and Oakland Autos Books and Stationery Manufacturers Flooring
Randolph Chevrolet Company Elkins Battery Service john B. Wilt Company
Chevrolet Automobiles Batteries and Repairs Me.n's Clothing
Davis Trust Company
Four Per Cent Interest on Savings
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
We invite your Banlcing Business
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Hard and Soft Woods
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Oldest Paper in the County-Alistnblished May, 1874. Iiiglit Pages livery Week.
51.50 tx Year and Worth the lVIoney. Circulation Over 2500.
A FIRST CLASS PAPER IN A FIRST CLASS TOWN
The Randolph Enterprise
Published livery Thursday
All Kinds of blob Printing, That Cnn't Be Rent Unless You Cheat. The Rest Advertising
Medium in the Largest County in the State
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IILKINS, W. VA.
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Randolph Supply Company
Flour, Feed and Farm Supplies
AUTOIVIOBILIC TIRICS AND 'I'UBI'fS--PARMAK RADIOS
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Peopllegs National Bank
Elkins, W. Va.
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CUTTING AND BRAZING
Portable Outfits. Resale Agents for
South IRQIIIYOLILI Ave. Phone 372-R
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And Iinjoy Good Health
Penn Fruit Market
CMN Bruuca., DAVIS Ave. I'HoNif: 622
Opposite Tygart Hotel
ICLKINS, W. VA.
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H. G. KUMP, Preriffenz E. W. CHANNELL, Vine Presiflezzl
ul.-XS. P. HFLTZEL, Cardin' FRED VANSCOY, .4.f.fiJta11Z Carhier
The Citizens National Bank
ISLKINS, WEST VIRGINIA
Capital and Surplus . . 5I5115,000.00
Undivided Profits . . 55 15,000.00
STRONG PRoGa14:ss1yn GROWING ACCOUNTS soL1c1T1an
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Shepherd College State Normal Sellirooll
This is a .lunior Teachers College of the highest standards, offering the two-year Stand-
ard Normal Course. The three-year course leading to the High School Certificate and
toward the A. H. degree. The school is rated Class "AU by the American Association. Fine
Debating Teams represent the school in the State Forensics. A11 forms of athletics sup-
ported. Students should reserve dormitory room in advance to insure accommodations.
hlusic, Art, Home Economics, Physical Education, Public Speaking.
Summer School Opens Monday, 'Iune 16, 1930.
Fall Semester Opens Tuesday, September 16, 1930. Write for catalog.
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Mr. Vest: "joe, what is five hundred times sweeter than sugarfw
-loe funhesitatinglyj: U 'Chickielfl
He: "What kind of skins do they use to make slippers out off"
She: "I donlt know. VVhat do they uscfll
He: "Banana skins."
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She flooking at the big letter "I'i"j: 'II reckon you play on the football team?"
"Bill" Hall fhesitatinglyl: "Well, yes. l do the aerial workfl
She: "What's thatfl'
HI3ill": I blow up the footballsf'
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EXPERT TONSORIAL WORK FOR
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
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HUGH M. PHILLIPS
ELKINS, W. VA.
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"THE STUDENT'S FRIEND"
W. CAM A11MEN'm0UT, Supervisor
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
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MAXIESTI C ATWATER K ENT SPARTON
MOIRGANQS IRADIIO SIERVIICIE
DAY AND NIGHT
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S i "A Strong High Salma! Backer"
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School teachers' and pupils' monthly 3 G
tickets half fare. Children, 6 to I2 Q ! R C A D E
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MONEY s A ICLKINS, WRST VIRGINIA
are supported largely bylocal merchants
and business men. Deal with local in-
dependent merchants and protect your
Stempllegs Sanitary Store
Opposite Elkins Hi
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THE SAN-TQX DRUG STORE
THE MOST MODERN AND SANITARY SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE CITY
EXQUISITE PERFUME AND COSMETIC DEPARTMENT
REST CANDY MADE IN THE SOUTH
HEADQUARTERS FOR PIPES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO
HOME MADE ICE CREAM
IVE CALL FOR AND DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS
Tygaurtt Drug Ccommpaumy
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Looking Info flze Future
A little money saroecl is first aid in the right clireetiori
The Elkins National llllernmlki
Elkins, W. Va.
RAINE LUMBER SALES CORPORATION
Lumber lWiCl,lLU-fC1,C2f'lLf7'67'S oricl Wholesalers
HARDWOODS, SPRUCIC, HBMLOCK, WHITE PINIC
lil.lilNS, WEST VIRGINIA
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Officer: 'llrlcyl Where d'yuh think youlrc going?"
Dr. McNcish: 4'l'lcz1sc, officer, hc easy on mc. This is thc
Wifc along to tcll mcf,
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Guy lVl41llow2 "No. ls one goncfl'
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Mrs. Wcimcri Uliud, your recitation reminds mc of Quchccfl
Bud W.: MHOW come? "
Mrs. Wcimcr: ulluilt on n bluff."
time l havcn't
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THE CENTER OF THE
Low Sugbfzur, non-timber, high beat zmzt
Afezvrziver coal ofZVortl9er1z UT V a.
Tfze oest potato growzozg section in toe State
and the most enjoyable climate in the
Write for information to-
CLAUDE W. MAXWELL, Mayor.
JOHN W. GRAHAM, Clerk.
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One of our prominent faculty members i
was walking along a street when he saw a U THANK YOU-CALL AGAIN 1
crowd of boys sitting in a ring with a
small dog in the eenter.
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of the boys said: "Give him the dogfy I
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In this particular family there was an H
incredible number of small children. : I
Little Willie, age 6, with five younger ! !
brothers and sisters, was taken in one U ., II
morning to see his father, who happened i i
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him to go he Went up to his father's bed- H
side and said: "I bin good, ain't I popfll Q DR. U. IgtXKFR U
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