Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV)

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THE TIGER 1955 '1lC'1 "1 "NlB' 1HlSINIlUR Cl X IIKINS HIGH SC HUUI IIRIINS XXPST XIRCINIX hllzl IILXVIILYARY Nll ILR E Q Jlllxil-llfl bfi T ger I Q 1 W 4 0 ' J' Y' ' E. fx ' A, 'H ':.f,,f E1 . I l' ' ,. -f - if xl 1 . 7-' ' ' ,V Ib : , 1 ,A 5 ' ' W -i 'M F Q4 ' 3 ' 1- LV ' " ' 1 ' I Hi X . . WJ if 1 i Vi is 'f W mc 3 7 N ff ffm" JI N DEDICATION I MISS VIRGINIA RIDER We dedicate this annual to Miss Rider, hoping that these words may convey to her the heartfelt appreciation and sincere gratitude ot the Class ot '35 tor her unsparing ettorts toward making our yearbook a success. She has been to us a true triend and a reaI teacher. CLASS SPUNSOR I MISS KATHLEEN O'CON NOR Miss C'Connor has been a true counselor to us during our tour happy years in high school. Her keen sense ot humor and her gracious manners have helped us through many trying situations. CLASS SPONSOR . MR. STARK WILMCTH For every problem that has arisen during the past four years, Mr. Wilmotn has had a wise solution. Working with him has indeed been a privilege. I L ATV QTAC 5 Q VH 1 ' Y 1 'T Y YIX 1 L 0 N I h , ZH I1 :tra or . . . CCQC , , . . , f5i+Lf'WE . . . . . . , , H, I, . . . . 'mi Lu ik .M Y.-..,z.4 . .. M, , . ,,...,w....,. M. . , I ,"" " ' . Tv.,....,....., . :tr i -ff-b ---v--' v--ffl 'rf' , ADMINISTRATIO O N ln the days to come we shall otten recall the many times that our teet have crossed this thresh- old. We reverence and cherish the memory ot teachers who welcomed and guided us atter had entered. Under their direction we have quired the knowledge that will enable us to talce place in the world: according to their precepts have molded our characters: by their example have learned selt-control and good citizenship. OUI' we GC- OUV W2 we 8 'S 1'- '52, Exit, . sggff: , -v s.-1' Reading from left to right: MR DOWNS, MR. SHREVE MR. VANSCOY MR. ALBERT MR BARRICKMAN MR McKEE MR MR H. HAMILTON B. HAMILTON BOARD OF EDUCATION AND COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS I Two years ago when the County Unit Plan went into elfect in West Virginia, there was the usual uncertainty about a new system of which people really knew very little. Many conjectures were made ahout who would he appointed on the Board of Education. In the time that has elapsed since these appointments were made these uncertainties have heen entirely removed from the minds of the people of Randolph County. These men who were appointed have given the hest of their time and their efforts to improve elementary and secondary education. Every school prohlem has heen to them a personal prohlem. We regret to say that the terms of Mr. Vanscoy and Mr. Barrickman have expired. We are sorry to lose them and we appreciate very much all they have done for us. Working with the members of the hoard and carrying out their plans to their hest ahility are our three other county officials. Mr. Bryan Hamilton, superintendent of the county schools, is a wide awake and progressive school man. For Mr. K. S. McKee, director of high schools, there is only one goal-to make Randolph Countyis high schools the hest in the state. Mr. Henry Hamilton, director of elementary education, is no less zealous in his efforts to gain recognition for the schools of our town and county. We feel that we are indeed fortunate in having such men at the head of our school. Principal MR. KIRKLAND 5. McKEE ADMINISTRATION The hasis for all our activity the oliice, the place where good advice is given freely to those who ask it, and reproof to those who need it. Mr. McKee and Miss Wilmoth have guided us in hoth respects during our four years in Elkins High School. May they know how grateful we are for their consideration and patience. Assistant Principal MISS EMILY WILMCUTH Sitting: MISS DIGMAN English MISS CTCONNOR American History MR. GIBSON Citizenship and Latin MISS BAKER Librarian MR. BRUFFEY Civics and Economics MISS VCILSON English MISS RIDER English MISS VJILMOTH Assistant Principal: Latin MISS BARRY History MR. POXYERS Citizenship Standing: MISS NICOLS English EIB English SOCIAL SCIENCE Here are two of the most ditlicult and yet the most practical suhjects studied in high school. For history we have had Miss O'Connor and Miss Barry, whose interpretation of the past has helped us to understand the present. When we were freshmen Mr. Gihson and Mr, Powers laid the foundation for the study of citizenship. During our senior year, we studied modern problems and situations in Mr. Bruffeyis civics and economics courses. We are graduating with a hroad knowledge of the founding of our nation and with an intelligent understanding of the present day citizenship. ENGLISH AND LANGUAGE The aim of our English teachers is to give us the kind of instruction that will henelit us hoth now and after we have finished school. We have learned to speak and to write in actual life situations. Along with these practical skills the cultural side of our English has not heen neglected. for Beowulf and Ivanhoe have had their share of attention. If we do not have, upon graduation. a hroad knowledge of the English language and an appreciation of the hest hooks, magazines. plays and movies, the fault cannot he laid at the door of our English teachers. In the language rooms in spite of wails ol' nen scio! and ne comprend pas, Miss Poling, Miss Vsfilmoth, Mrs. Speicher and Mr. Gihson have made us feel sure of our ahility to read at least the inscription on a medicine hottle and order a meal in a French restaurant. Sitting: Left to right- MR. REGER Music MR. VUILMOTH Biology and Mathematics MISS FLING Mathematics MISS FUSS Home Economics MRS. SPEICHER Science MR. KELLY Geometry and Shop MR. GREEN Biology MR. VEST Chemistry, Physica, and Geometry MISS BELL Citizenship Typewriting and Stenography, MR. STEWART Mathematics and Bookkeeping Standing: Left to right MISS ASHBY Secretary to Principal MR . G LASSCOCK Typewriting SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS These are the departments of our high school that have tried to instill in our minds facts and figures. Figures concerning algebra, geometry, and bookkeeping were taught by Miss Fling, Mr. Stewart, and Mr. Wilmmith. Mr. Green, Mrs. Speicher, and Mr. Vest introduced to us many facts about lungs, acids, and solutions. We can all honestly say that many of our happiest and most exciting hours were spent in the laboratory where new phenomena were unraveled before our very eyes. COMMERCIAL SUBJ ECTS The typing room is invariably an uproar of staccato sounds, while, in comparison, the shorthand room is always a room filled with softly enunciated words being stumbled over by someone trying to do Gregg justice. The bookkeeping classes are rather formal with an undercurrent of excitment as students learn the fascination of debt and credit. These courses have been recognized as three of the most essential and usable subjects in every day life. PRACTICAL ARTS And practical they are, too. Miss Fuss and Mr. Kelly have had four years to turn out some line cooks and carpenters who we know can apply their knowledge to earn a livelihood. When those tempting odors reach the classrooms through a well arranged system of ventilators, we know the cooking class is turning out another masterpiece in culinary art, and when we see the boys carrying home a table, stand or pedestal we know that someones home is going to reap the benefits of a pleasant week in "shop" It is a laudable ambition for any boy or girl to want to learn these two arts along with other high school subjects. ELKINS I-IIGI-I SCI-IOCDL I N . - . 1 -X. I , , I I I I I II ' I 1 ' I' III I I I 'XX I 4 - " II I ' I , . I I I' I ' ' ' I "'I I I I 'I 'II II' II 11 'I II 'I III . I 1 .I I ' .I 1 .N ,N x A .V I ., ., ! III I I 1 .' II f ' II" , I .I I' I i ' I. I I II III I I I I II' ' I ' I 1' 'I' I- Il X II II I X ,. , W . , ,.. I KI, II I '- 1' . II ' I I . I .. I I... I . I .1 ' 1 -' ' -' I. .,' I ' I I I -. I I ' ' ' 1' I I II ' ' 'I I I I I I I- I I I , I - ' I I I ' .I ' I I ' I -II I I ' I II I ' ' I I. Q CLASSES Foremost among the memories of our high school days are tlwose of the friends that were ours. O XYilmoth Goldherg D mvll gherty Mcflall Erlandson XX'olverton VanDevander Ashhy Myer CARL VJILMOTH ESTHER ERLANDSON President of Senior cilllss Cheerleader of Senior Class Our president is XXLCll'l'iI1UNVI1 for llls ability Io She is a whiz at hasltethall. and as our class settle, wisely and peacefully, diflicult elass prohlems, cheerleader. she is unsurpassed. If you want to know and he is equally as skillful in wielding the haton tor anything ahout any of the out-offtown athletes. jllsl the 'xfvlelody fvlastersf' ask HQKICEIIICH- for she has met them all. NIARSHALL GOLDBERG VC.-XYNE NYULVERTON Vice-President ol- Senior fllass President of junior Class "Briggle" is the second three-star athlete in the VN'ayne. as sophomore and junior president. has history ol our school. He is to he admired and heen an ahle and successful leader ol' his class. You rememhered for his athletic prowess and for his pleas' might think he is a 'very serious hoy, hut he can he ing personality which have endeared him to his just as merry as the rest ol us. 'lg ss at s. , L ' ml 6 SAML EL VANDEVANDER PATRICIA DOUGHERTY Vicefpresident of Junior Class SCCVCUIVY Ula 5Cm"f Class Samuel Vandeyender. hetter known as Sam. is a A veritahle sylph is "Pan" and she is our idea very cheerful fellow. He has a "howdy" for every' of a queen: hut .her charm is only one of her many one. which endears him to his many friends. Did you admirahle traits, for she ls an excellent student. having ever hear him laugh in that surprising way of hisf' recently heen admitted to the National Honor Sogiety. .IOSEPHINE Meff.-XLL Treasurer ol- Senior Class THEODORA ASHBY Secretary'Treasurer of junior Class Theodora Ashhy. jllsf Teddie. likes to do things "jo" is the perfect exponent of versality. Besides and never stops doing them. She enjoys dancing. heing a distinguished scholar. she always has time Iii acting. and swimming and has a pleasant smile for engage in extra curricular activities. She la a reeen: everyone she meets. She lr one of the juniors elected addition to the National Honor 5-.1::etj,'. to the National Honor Soeiety. EVELYN MYER junior Cheerleader "Dayu ls a newcomer to Elkins High Sellool Since she has heen in our town and school, she has had part in many activities, Vfe hope that she will stay with us and graduate next year. Gini-- Kelly Vfilliiuih H.lI'NlllWilFQL'I' He1'111.111 A1'h11:.1-t lrun- Haiguerty ffunwgiy JEAN GROSS Pre-ident of Sophurmnre Cla-- Here 14 ll girl who can and whu dues dn tl1lU3lf- Vfe dun't knuw why -he think- -he need- two pulice dog- for protection fur -he IS quite hu-ky her-ell. The sophuinure- were right when they elected her pre-ident. GAIL KELLY Vice'Pre-ident of Sophumure Clus- Gail is out for hasketball. hut will he du Zlb well as "Zeke"7 If you don't know thi- hoy, you will find him at the "Y" -tzmding: at the dour -miling 11- hig 11- you plea-e. RUTH VJILMCTH Seereta1ryfTrez1-urer uf Suphuinure Cla-- :X little hlrind girl who ha- Ll charming per-ungility and il pretty NIIlllC for everyune -he meet- thi- ln Ruth, If -he due- it. une may he very -ure that ll will he well dune, VCILLI.-XM H.-XRSHBARGER Cheerleader uf Suphuiiiure Kiln-- Pepl Vim! Vigur! Tha1t'- Bill. :Klw.1y- l.111ul1111:. never -ulemn, He hai- heen cheerleader hir twu ye.1r- .ind we hupe he will keep up the guild wi-lk? ARNOLD HERMAN Fre-hinzin President Thuugh ll I'CFidCI1f of Elkin- fur only :1 -hurt time. Arnuld ha- heeume une of u-. Hi- gfmd wurlc 11- ire-hintui class president 1- very much appreciated hy the entire -ehuul, PAUL ARBOGAST Fre-hman VieefPre-ident If Paul can furget certain thing- that he -hnuld not remember he may -miie day he another "Glenn" on the tkmnhiill field. We predict. tml, that he may do thing- in English. ROBERT IRONS See1'etz1ryfTrea-urer uf FI'CSl1IllllI1 Cla-- The fre-hmgin ela-- i- pruud uf Buh, une of their hivniir -tudent-. The future may hnld many thing- fur him. Perhzip- he will carry un the f:11111ly tradition und he ll pultieiain. ur perhiip- he will he Ll :rent Illll-ICIAII. CHRISTINE HAGUERTY fire-hmun Cheerleinder "Teenie" 1- nut 21 very hig girl. hut -mme day we expect her tu du hig thing-. pzirtieulzirly if -he euntiniie- In du everything: 11- well ilx -he lend- cheer- fur the fre-lirnen. Y1111 -huuld -ee her taip daineef PAY KIONXXPXY l're-hiimn Cheerleader Il thi- lYCNl1I1l.lI1 eheerluider Cilllllllllfe tw' 1111prux'e .ie he hzit chit year, he mn' hring glury 111 hge Alma mater and lame tu him-ell. Keep up the grind wink .ind nigilte -elm-il eheerlea der vnu g11.1l. l'.1'.'. 3 A. i 51 t. 94. ssszxue: f SUSAN ANTOLINE Black'haired. hlaekfeyed Susan is certainly a real pal. Her friendliness and merry smile have endeared her to her many friends. JANE ARMENTROUT A rare eomhination of wit, charm. and intelligence is wrapped up in -lane's character. She certainly fulfills the old saying "a hand to execute," as every senior will acknowledge. ISABELLE BEAL Dame fortune smiled on this little lass and gave her blonde hair, fair skin and hright eyes. Small and heautiful, she goes ahout her work smiling and throw' ing little gleams of sunshine on the sehool and its students. MARY ELIZABETH BE,-XL This diminutive Miss is seldom heard. hut how' ever quietly she has gone through school, her readzness and willingness to help those less fortunate than she have won for her a host of friends. MAE BLACKXVOOD You may see Mae many times a day. hut still you may have never heard her speak a word, l-or fvlae is like that. Elkins Hi will miss her when she'S gone for she was a real ifzrl, Antoline Armentrout I. Beal M. E. Beal Blackwood Bolton Bowers Buzzell Cade Caplinger LEOTA BOLTON A sedate little Miss who ls quite charming and whose gracious manner is something not to he for' gotten, Vdc are proud to have her as a graduate of the Class of 'Fri JEAN BOWERS "Ye gods hut she is wondrous fair," exelaim all the hoys when .lean walks down the hall, Perhaps some day we may see her on the screen. You never can tell it's quite possihle. you know. MARGARET BUZZELL Petite? Yes. She's our cheerleader. you know, and we must admit that she is very efficient. She also sings and dances, hut, lest you think her strictly ornamental. let Lis mention that she is also quite good in stenographie work. EVELYN C.-KDE Vfhere could you find a hetterfnatured eompanf ionf' Vfe are sure you would find it impossihle. for Evelyn is as jolly as she can he. She likes to learn, and we are sure she does learn, for she ls very efficient in stenographic work. HUGH CAPLINGER Hugh. one of the quiet memhers ol our class, lx always jllrf where he is supposed to he. If you h.iven't had a ride in that V8 when he steps on the ggis, you have missed something. Caplmger Coberly Collet! Conway A, C mvrr per E, C 4mmn per Corbin Corrick Cox Crxcliard OLIVE CAPLINGER Olive is a possessor of heauty, grace, industry, and all the fine qualities that gu to make up a charm- ing lady. She will be remembered for the chic outfits she wears. ANNA RUTH COBERLY A bundle of pep all wrapped up in a hug bag of sunshine describes "Tootie" to a A lover of sports. good times and lots of fun. Her main weak' ness is bookkeeping. By the way, did you ever see her play basketball? ALLENE COLLETT Allene is quite an athlete. She enioys swimming. riding, and basketball, and is quite efficient in her studies. Don't ask me why. but she wants to be a nurse. She is the life of any party. ROY CONVJAY Here is an athlete of our high school who has made himself spectacular in all sports. As one of A'Coach's boys," he has excelled in all his work. For him, women are nonentitles. AR LENE COO PER She hasn't heen with Us all our school days, but in the time that she has been here, we have learned to like her and we are glad that she came from Fairmont to add one more to our senior list. EARL COOPER This modest blonde has been a great asset to E. H, S. You have certainly seen and enjoyed his interesting and colorful posters. and have you read those English themes? They are great! JUNIOR CORBIN Boisterousf' He might be outside of school. but he most certainly is not in school. He is a reserved young man and a staunch friend to his fellow students, And can that fellow play the guitar7 Romeo is his nearest rival. MARUANE CORRICK Her high scholastic standing. character. and dependability have earned for her the respect of both students and teachers. The National Honor Society and the Councils will mourn her absence. N1llf'il1!"'N is a good sport. full of pep, and a lot of fun with her witticisms. 1.-mes cox dlimmy and his hddle are welcome wherever they choose to go. for everyone welcomes a good spnrfl who is always full of fun and pep, He lilla been a member of our happy throng for a long time. Vee wish him success in later years. MADELINE CRICIKARD This chic little lady used to be a VVhiteman hut alas no more, Though someone llils captured her heart. her memories will always be ours. We wish her all kinds of success as she goes "up the valley of life." MARY FRANCES CONNIFF fvlary Frances' main interests center around home economics courses. She gets along with the girls very well, and somehow manages to attract the opposite sex, too. How do you rate so well, Mary Francesf' GAVIN DANIELS Dark of hair and hrown of eyes is our classmate who came to join us in his last two years of high school. He is well-liked hy his fellow-students. hut he doesn't know that girls even exist, MARIAN DAVIS lvlarian came from Nantyglo to he with us the last few months of our high school days, She is an excellent student. and has made some of our A hoys and girls sit up and take notice. We are sure that F'ennsylvania's loss is our gain. HELEN DUMIRE Helen is rather quiet, hut her friendliness and willingness to help others make her presence well' known, She is inclined commercially, and will make someone a line stenographer, IMOGENE DYE Imogene can do anything from playing haskethall to skiing on College Hill. With her rosy cheeks we wonder how she evades the smiles of our high school Romeos. She is a recent memher of the National Honor Society. ,.. Connill' Daniels Davis Duinire I, Dye R, Dye Evick Fahrner Ferguson Fim ple ROBERT DYE Boh is just as likeahle as he is tall. He is every' where at once in his VS. and we donlt know whether it is the car or his looks, hut the girls certainly do fall for this hlonde. RAYMOND EVICK He is good in economics: he is good in English: he is good in science -in fact, there is nothing he cannot do well, Vwfe predict a Ph.U. atter ms name ELEANOR FAHRNER NYith graduation comes the loss of many friends. Though we have had Eleanor only one year, we treasure her as one of our very dear classmates. VIE FERGUSON Vie is not usually very much in evidence. hut when she plays haskethall her opponent has slight chance of making a hasket. Perhaps she will he an athletic director. ANNABEL FIMPLE Annabel is one of the very few "silent seniors." She is a person who is well liked for her friendly manner and her willingness to helm her classmates. Q 4 Fowles Martin George E, Goddln VV. Goddin H. Godwin H. Godwin C. Godwin Grimes Hz 1r11r ner PEARL FCNVLES Here is one of the best girl athletes in the high school. Her election to the National Honor Society is a Htting end to her school life. Did you ever see her in riding pants, leather coat and hicksl' If you have not, you have missed something. VALDA GAIN ER MARTIN Vfe have known her so long as Valda Gainer that it is queer to think of her as Valda Martin. But Fred seemed to know how to persuade her to change her name. CLETIS GEORGE Vw'hat a shy boy! You would never know he was around if it were not for his pleasant smile and dimples. By the way, did you ever see him tumble7 ELDEN GODDIN The halls of E. H. S. would certainly be dull without Elden's cheerful smile and keen sense of humor. VW: are sure his pleasing personality will win for him a place in this world. VJILLETT.-K GODDIN "Fudge" it is to her best friends. Vfe predict that some day her art work will bring fame to her and to her alma mater. t ff V . HAROLD GODVJIN A jolly fellow full of fun and always grinning from ear to ear. Wlien he is not smiling. he is frowning. but that is seldom. HELEN GODXVIN "A word to the wise is suflicienti' ls Helen's motto and as a result, she doesn't do much talking. Elkins H1 has boasted her presence for four years and will be sorry to lose her. CARL GODVJIN After an absence of more than- a year. Carl returned to graduate with the class of '35 XX'e are glad to have him back again. JUANITA CRIMES This auburn-haired lass is always on the lookout for a new joke for the Tiger. The band, orchestra. Tiger Stall, class plays, and Literary Contests could not do without her. She loves basketball and espec- ially "centers" from Clarksburg and East Bank, GUY HAMMER One of the "beau Brummelsu of our sehool, and he is quite a favorite with the opposite sex. VVe still remember his very fine performance in "Mr, Bob" when he was a junior. SHIRLEY HAMRICK Shirley is rather inclined to he quiet in school. hut her friends have discovered a wealth of cleverness and originality stored away in this attractive and pretty person. DAREL HANKEY Darel is a grand pal once you really know him. He doesn't hother any one, not even girls, hut there are some who wish he would. TVVILA HARMAN just this year she came to Us from Harman. She proved what she could do in the Literary Contest against Weston. RUTH HARPER She almost missed having her picture in thc Tiger. We are glad she dicln't, for our hook would not he complete without it. VIRGINIA HARPER Virginia is another newcomer to E. H. S. XVe congratulate her for having made the varsity team in girls' baskethall in such short time. Hamrick Hankey Harman R. Harper V. Harper E. Harris R. Harris F. Hartman R. Hartman Hinkle EUGENE HARRIS Life is never dull with Eugene around. Some' times he enjoys teasing his teachers --for shame, Eugene! Perhaps the teachers will miss hirn, RAYMOND HARRIS Raymond's chief interest lies not in the high school, hut in junior high. Why? We couldn't tell. He does admire a good cheerleader, though. FORREST HARTMAN Forrest has a way with the teachers. We suppose it all comes of being a good salesman. Would you helieve it that she is married and has ai cute little daughter? ROY HARTMAN A mighty man is he, though he is not very tall. His place in the office at 2:15 could not be filled. ELIZABETH HINKLE Even someone at Gilman hasn't escaped the lure of the black eyes of this Miss. She is good at other things, too, for she is a member of the varsity hasket' hall team. , . no . , . ..,..- ,...,... 4 . Q .. , . A 5 . ,,,..v. ' .fvffg sa Hunnicutt H mllu ter Kelly Kigse Kcrns H, Kittle T. Kirrle Kitzmiller L: fuxm h Lant: JUNIOR HUNNICUTT Perhaps he can he serious-- hut we have never seen him. Surely you have heard him sing and play the saxaphone, for he often takes part in our assemhly programs. JEAN HUNTER NNL- will predict a husiness career for darkfhaired jean unless she succumhs to the charms of a certain red'haired gentleman. MARY KELLY Clever--V-that is the word to deserihe Mary. She is well Worthy of all the praise that has heen hestowed upon her. Her scholastic honors have helped to distinguish her, and we are informed that she ls content as long as she has hlonde Francis to "Pat" NANCY KIESS This charming little girl with the heautiful hair is hard on mathematics and science. She is determined to be a doctor and she will he a good one, too, BEULAH KERNS Another good student who usually knows more than the rest of us. Her sunshiny smile and her willingness to aid her fellow students will never he forgotten. HAYVJARD KITTLE Hayward is one of those fellows that you never know until suddenly he does something outstanding. He will he a loyal alumnus of E. H. S. THELMA KITTLE Thelma thinks that if you must go to sehool. why not have a good time along with it, Vick's cough drops are good for colds, hut just plain i'V1c" illlfa her very well. JENNINGS KITZMILLER -Ienningls keen wit, interest in athletics and limited knowledge of English IV make him a typical Elkins Hi student. ISA BELLE LAMB This prudent little girl is modesty itself and those of us who know her find she has a warm place in her heart for everyone. OPAL LANTZ Cpal has an amiahle disposition that would fit beautifully into a small bungalow with rambling roses. She will make someone very happy. RICHARD LEAKE A happy basketteer and full of fun is this blonde' haired youth. Since "jim" is not serious'minded. he provides his fellow classmates with ample recreation. CHARLES LOTHES If you see a blonde, goodflooking young man walking nonchalantly down the halls'-it is needless to say that it is our good friend Charlie. Besides being a "jolly good fellow." Charlie also has athletic and musical abilities. HARRY LOTHES One of the "I.othes Boys." Harry has made himself well-known by his excellent performances on the basketball court. Elkins High will surely llllss him when he leaves. EDITH LOUDIN Edith believes that silence is golden. She goes about her work quietly, busily, and happily. very often thinking of others before she thinks of herself. CATHERINE LOUKE Catherine hasn't been with us very long. but in the year that she has been attending our high school we have grown very fond of her. Her smile ls well worthy of mention. Leake C. Lothes H. Lothcs Loudin L mmtt ke Marstiller Meadows Meredith Mero Morris BETTY MARSTILLER Smile and be happy is Betty's motto. Nothing seems to perturb this brightfeyed girl, who believes in crossing no bridges until she comes to them. EDMUND MEADOWS That wellfknown adage. "Good things come in small packages." ls certainly true of this studious lad. Someday he may be Professor Meadows. as his ambition is to succeed Einstein. Wliti knows? RUTH MEREDITH Ruth is a new comer to our high school, but still we claim her as our own. Ir certainly must be a satisfaction to know you have su many friends. THOMAS MERO Efficient "Tom" is one of those big, silent "hef men." Elkins H1 certainly was lucky to get him back from Canada. JEAN MORRIS Enough cannot be said of lean, one of Elkins His most charming coeds. Her friendly smile and gracious manner have conquered the hearts of her fellow' students and teachers. Morris Morrxon McLaughlin Mcfvlorrow lVIcQu.un Nestor Parsons Phares Phillips Poling NANCY MORRIS An infectious giggle that resounds through the hall tells the whereabouts of Nancy. Her ability to ask questions is unsurpassed. Her pleasant manner enables her to make new friends wherever she goes. RUTH MORRISON Ruth, the drum-major of our orange and black band. is wellfknown for her facetious remarks. Her place will be hard to fill next year. ROBERT MQLALJGHLIN If you see a small blondefhaired boy going through the hall with a stack of hooks under his arm. that is Robert. Vv'e all know and like him for his pleasant disposition. JUNIOR McMORROXV Something would be lacking in our hand without junior and his cornet, Vfe all know he is a real fellow. but a certain blonde little miss can tell you more about him. GENEVIEVE McQljAIN One scarcely knows she is around because she In so quiet. She is a girl whose manner can be well appreciated, We shall always remember her for her hne character. JUNIOR NESTOR Vvfe are glad junior didn't graduate with the class of '3-4. We welcomed his return the second semester and are glad to number him among the Cl. .. ass of 'Si MARGARET PARSONS It is indeed a pleasure to be acquainted with such a charming classmate as lVIargaret. Il you can't lind her, Vlllst look lor "Pat" It works every time. JACOB PHARES Silently he goes about his work with a willing attitude, always striving to gain new knowledge. We donvt know how he does it. but so far he has escaped the wlles of pretty girls. LANE PHILLIPS He thinks he knows very little about his English. Vfe believe though he knows more than he pretends. He will get there all right! CLAIRE POLING Tall. gracious, with a pleasant smile. Claire does his work well. helps his friends, and is a loyal E, H. student, HELEN POLING BRUCE RIFELE :X constant friend and classmate, Helen is well' known for her excellent work as a student. and her air of good cheer which she carries with her wherever she goes. wife. EFFIE ROY THADDEUS PRITT Poling Pritt Reed Renner Rice R1Hle E. Roy N. Roy Ross S 1111 pson Bruce ls admirahly quiet and good looking but there is no use to look twice, girls -- he already has a Ellie is quiet and thoughtful, Some husiness man A humorous remark is always on the tip of his tongue. keeping his friends in constant laughter. His good work on thc Tiger Stall' will long he rememf hered, hecause he never refused to help in any project placed hefore him. ahillty. and her easy. gracious manner. NORA ROY RUTH REED A very small. curlyfhaired girl. our gain. hut a loss to Thomas Hi. She works when she works and plays when she plays. worthwhile. Vs'hat a friend she is! GRACE ROSS JUNIOR RENNER Another one of those hoys who came hack the second semester to graduate. Vsle are glad he will he an alumnus of E. H. S. to E. H. S. will treasure her stenographic ahility, her depend Her eyes are the kind you rememher. Like her sister she talks little, hut her few words are aw y The state of New York contrihuted this charming person to our school. Vv'e are proud of her 11 scholarship and realize than she has added a tou VCILLARD RICE REGINA SIMPSON Bill has pushed the pigfskin innumerahle times Here is one of those girls who make high sehom on the foothall Held. His prowess with the ladies is worthwhile, She does her part and interferes with nm gquglly gi. noticeahle, one, We wish there were more like her. 3, 1. Smith Smith Sm ith Snedegar Sparrow Stalnaker Staud Strawcutter Taylor Thomasson GEORGE SMITH George lives up to his helief that argument is the spice of life. He ls another of the Pickens hoys who came to E. H. S, to graduate. joe SMITH Few words. wavy hair. and a pretty smile descrihe joe to the high school students. Sometimes we wish he would say more. hut mayhe it is just as well that he doesnt VJILLIAM SMITH Vvlhat a shy hoy and a horn artist! Vfe don't know whether it is art or not, hut something always occupies his mind, for he hardly ever says a word MARGARET SNEDEGAR Margaret has proved herself an asset to hex friends, her class, and her school. She has consistently and willingly participated in the work and play of the school. THOMAS SPARRONX' A blue sweater flitting through the halls might indicate that Tommy is there. His English class often bothers him, but when it comes to talking about electricity Tommy is an authority. . . . S K ,,, ., NEIL STALNAKER I "Greasy" works at night so we cannot hlame him for catching up on his sleep in economies class. Someday he will prohahly have a machine shop of his own. and can sleep when he wants to, GENEVIEVE STAUD Merry hrown eyes dark curly hair. a winning smile that ls Genevieve. One ls always the happier lor having heen with her. GERALD STRAVJCIQTTER A musieian7 Yes' that is Gerald. His ahility to play almost any instrument in the hand places him foremost among our musical students. JAMES TAYLOR Retiring. a hit suave. dark hair and dark eyes all descrihe james, His ahility to use our language very skillfully distinguishes him. VIRGINIA THOMASSON A girl who always does what she is supposed to do is Virginia. She will he a loyal and worthy alumna of E. H. S, We should have more like her. 2. I v 15. .Y 52 3 if y ,lsr s sauna. Cv. . - FORREST TRICKETT This is Mrs, Trieketts hrown eyed hoy who is distinguished for his hieycle ridfng. Recently he has parked it at least a hlock from the school. Could yo.1 guess why? EUGENIA TRIPLETT Here is a girl who knows how to comhine work and play. She does very well whatever she undertakes. Election to the National Honor Society Is her mo-t recent achievement. MARY ELIZABETH TYRE It we all had dispositions like IVIary's what a happy plaee the world would he, She is another of our students who was recently elected to the National Honor Society. AUGUSTIN E VARCHETTU Augie will he rememhered long after he has left school sborh as a good pal and a good ioothall player. XVe wish him the hes! of luck. LOIIIE YARCHETTO II' you were never in one of I,olIlt'4s English classes. you have Illls-CLI a great deal. His llow of English may gain for him a radio position some day. CHRISTINE XNAMSLEY Trickett Triplett Tyre Varchetto Varchetto Vw'amsley Vv'amsley VVamsley Vfeese XX'eese Randolph Countyis healthiest 4H Club mem i is Christine and needless to say she is both heauti Ill and happy. Vee are proud to have with us. FREDA XWAMSLEY her gradu ite Here is a girl who likes gym work so well t she takes it at 7:40 PLM. The forward whom e guards ILIN no easy time. for Iireda is always right f the joh. XYEBSTER VJAMSLEY If this small retiring young man was named li we shall expect to hear important things about him DELBERT VVEESE No douht many girls have noticed Delbert twinkling hrown eyes and pleasant smile. hut strange to say. never notices any oi the girls. Vfi t up. Delhertl RET,-K XYEESE NUI Orient pearl a douhle row!" Thomas Cam wrote these words. Her chiel interest lies in dome ti seienee, which may mean various things. the great i.DLiITlCl'I and if he lives up to the name pion might well have had Reta in mind when lit Vv'hite L. Vkfilcox O. Vvlileox Veillis L. Vfilmoth R. XVilmoth Vcilson Vv'ingfield Vxlisner XX' exmw lwzne RICHARD WHITE Many are the girls who would like to have Dick's curly hair. Rumor tells us that he comhs and comhs these curls, hut to no avail, Now don't misunderstand us -he's one of our hest foothall players. LEON VJILCOX People often call Leon "Opals little hrotherf' hut we ohject. He deserves some distinction all llls own, for he is a good sport. a good pal. and a loyal Elkins High School student. OPAL VCI LCOX "She isa heap of funl' this is what Opal's many friends say ahout her. Consequently she ls seen at many social gatherings where she is often the life of the party. ELINICE XVILLIS Eunice has those qualities, sportsmanship and understanding, that make her well liked hy young and old, We congratulate her for having finished Iwi work in three and a half years. LILLY XYILMOTH Efficient this word descrihes Lilly exactly. She writes well, speaks well. keeps house well: in fact, she's the sort of girl who does nothing unless she does it well. , . 1-. e Is, .V . . ', , - L . RUBY VVILMOTH Ruhy is a neat, trim. attractive little girl. Her practical knowledge and her merry disposition will make friends for her wherever she goes. We predict a husiness career for her. HARRY VCILSON It is an unfortunate person who does not lznoxv "Hap," an important memher of our well known "Chain Gang." Next year's haskcthall manager may well take him as an example. BILL Vv'INC-FIELD His feats in hoth haskethall and football have endeared him to E, H. S, alumni. Bill is the sort of hoy at whom we like to point with pride and say, "I'Ie's a typical Elkins High Student." Blondes are this hlonde's weakness. NORMA VCISN ER Norma is one of those diminutive girls with hair that the girls can't help envying. If you want her you are sure lo find her on her way somewhere with Helen. EILEEN XYOULXYINE If there ls a girl in school. who hasdquite a way ahout her and is nhl.: to look after herself it is Eileen. She dues get places. CLASS O 35 F l W , 1 ' E I 1- XR ' N K ,. V 5 w SOPHOMORE CLASS JUNIORS, SOPHOMORES, AND FRESHMEN ltrlh ml mn ethuw to the ilQ.1X'ill1CC' The juniwr, swphwnu-Ire, and freshman classes have all em ure 5 1 e mv th' fuwthall sedsun eden uf the classes mem and welfare ut' the fehmrl durmg the past year. Dur , e prmswred .L tlmthnll game. Speeml prwgrdnus were Qtrrgmged and stunts were put mm hetween h.1lves. The lunirmrs have heen espeemlly .t:t1x'e. Stunt Nlte was in ehnrge ht the ' m .md the1r sptmsurs: rm April 12, thexr .mmml play, "The ilhfrst Vx'.tlks." w.1s presented. They gtlw entertained the emwr ehrss with .1 pr-rm tru M.1x' IF, JUNIOR CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS CODE OF AN "lKiN'f HGH SCHOOL STUDENT I 1 I . - I L.- .J I - in X1 ,. H1 '- IX O. Ilmlff ,1:Mxx:'.2:.,1 . Vxf, ' O . . .' 'M .1 2.19 Ma. umlz . fi V, -' I -1: ' a .. . A . 1 .. ' , ull ORGANIZATIONS Our high school has in every possihle way represented life to us as it actually is. The most valuahle experiences of this kind have heen ohtained in student organizations and activities. Under the guidance of an ahle sponsor we have assisted in the administration of all important undertakings. We have learned to work together, to play together, to lead, and to follow. TIGER STAFF Reading from left to right: Sitting lvlorris, Douglier' ty, Hartman. Nlcffall. XVingiield. Dye. liowlvis. Goddin. Griines. Pritt. Snedegar. Kelly. Standing Cooper. Triekett. Corrick. Taylor. Arinenf TFIYUT. I935 TIGER STAFF Hard work, long hours, untold worries, weather too had to take pictures these are just a few of the prohlems that confronted the Tiger Staff. But with three such industrious editors as Mziry Kelly, Ivlarijane Corrick, and Juanita Grimes, with Miss Rider as sponsor, and with an entire staff willing to work all night if necessary, we finally puhlished an annual which, we hope, has upheld the year hook traditions of Elkins High School, Vs7e shall let you iudge for yourself. Editor Editor Editor Business Business Adyertisi Assistant Assistant Athletics Athletics Athletics Art . Circulatii Features Features Features Features Features Nlanager Maiiiziger ng Mziiiager Advertiser Advertiser in Manager . lviary Kelly . lvfarijane Corrick Juanita Grimes Josephine McCz1ll . Jean Mtirris Thaddeus Pritt . Forrest Hartman Guy Hammer . Forrest Trickett Gerald Strawcutter . Pearl Fowles . Earl Cooper . jane Armentrout Lilly Wilmipth . james Taylor Iviargaret Snedegar . Imogene Dye Patricia Dougherty NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Sitting rfReading from left to rightj: Tripplett, God' din, Fowles, Daugherty. McCall, Morris. Dye. Standing: Ashby, Kerens, Marstiller. Wilmoth, Ar' mentrout, Trickett, Vest. Evick, Meadows. Tyre. Martin. Hammer. l NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: President . Marijane Corrick VicefPresident Patricia Daugherty Secretary . Delmar Martin Sponsor . . Mr. Vest Though this society has had a chapter in our school for only one year, it has assumed the place of importance and distinction that it deserves. To be chosen as one of its members is indeed a coveted honor. The induction ceremony for this year was held at assembly on February 13. A very impressive and inspiring program was presented by the faculty committee, assisted by the old members. Miss Wilmmmth explained the emblem of the organization: Mr. Bruffey, Miss Nicols, Miss Barry and Miss Rider made brief talks on Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. Mr. McKee administered the oath to the new members. The honor of announcing to the new members that they had been taken into the society was given to Marijane Corrick and Patricia Daugherty. One of the important activities of the group has been to compose a code that represents the standards of a typical Elkins High School Student. i . . lu NIQXIUR FUI Ntill. C o l LI IW C r 1, Doliglrerty. i' XX :n,lieId, l 3 . ' .i . , . . c Smndinu: Dye .ind Triplvtt Niting .it right first row: Xyllsoii. Erlaindson, Ijxicli. Srtond roxxg Bu::ell. Xlero Tliird row: Xlcfigill. Snedegtr SENIOR COUNCIL st .rs our nation hats represent.1tix'e government, so do we have it in our school. To discuss the details of .rll matters that confront tl senitf class of one hundred fortyffour students is an unwicldly and an unsattisfztctory procedurc. The Senior Council, chosen hy the class, 15 our representative hotly. All importilnt prohlcnis .ire first discussed hy this group. These prohlerns .ire tlicn presented to the entire class, .ind e.tch student li.1s .tn opportunity to indicate, hy voting, his .tpproviil or dissipproxxil. Une of the most iinportuiit prolnleins that this group faced was choosing rings from four different companies .ind prcscnting them to the cI.tss for .ipprox'.il. The same incthod was used in the choice of invitgitions. JUNIOR COUNCIL To this etlicient group the Iunior class senls .ill its perplexing prohlcins for it cont.1ins its hest st IQNIOR COUNCIL lexidin Ironi It-tt lin right .-Xslihy, Morris. Yqiiilkf x'.1ndei'. fXIlwrt. Vx olverton, Ioyce. Mairstiller, Yorke. Dzixis. udents .ind most competent husiness Iie.ids. 5' . 1 ,,Q5A?,1,,, ,, . 'wV4':'iN,f'f iffaffl ' , if f I f . H NTVIJENT C111 'XC'11. 1i11.111:111 111121 117: :11 111111 11111 1'11xk SI.11!11T11. C1111111.. X11-11.111 .11111 X11'.11111xx'4. 805411111 1'11xx' KQ1111 111114-. N11V111X1111. I.4'1ifY .11111 H1111111111 T111111 11-xx' N1:44 XY1111111111. ff111111111111.11:1. 111111111111 XY1111111111. X111rr14. Dyxi 15-111rl11 1'11xx' K1'11y. 54111151 X11, 131'11f11'x'. N112 fN11K1'x'. 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N 1'11 r1..x 11-1", XY1-1 51.1-1-. H.1"' 1-'. ff":' 2 1...1a.. xxgu XYLVQI11-111. 1'1..1'14. 111"1 V1 :rg z1'.x 19.1-' .11 li X'.:Z..1 2.15 XX.-.4 h 1 1214. XX uf 1' r' X111-' - H: Tnird row: Grimes.Tr1pplez2. lk1I..sHl1llCI. Carrol. NK augli. Xxvlllllllllx lfourth row: Reger. fNlcXlr-rf row. Van-coyi Vfilniotli. Gazner. Riflle. Price. liifth row: Coffman. Xvznt. Daniels. lsner. Top row: Vfee-e. Reese. Mil' ler. Poling. SlCII1PlL'. Straw' cutter. Sponaugle. Uainer BAND The Elkins High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Reger. who eame to us this year, has had one of the most successful years in the history of the school. Mr, Reger has spared no eff worthwhile. ort to improve the hand, and each player feels that he has accomplished something yery At the heginning of the school year. a Band and Orchestra Auxiliary was organized. The most recent project of the auxiliary is to help the hand to get new uniforms. The teachers. students, and parents have readily responded tm our ealls for aid. while the hand in turn has helped cheer our teams on to fame and victory. ORCHESTRA The slow haunting throh of violins and saxaphones the crash of drums the clear note till the clarinet and flute is it any wonder the orchestra has heen encored time and time again? This year with Mr. Reger wielding the haton, the orchestra has heen unusually successful. No chapel program has heen complete without it. It contrihuted a great deal to the succe ' of the Junior Play, Senior Play, Stunt Nite and Commencement exercises. Congratulations from hoth faculty and students. ORCHESTRA Reading lroin left to right in-t row: Strawcnttez. Klar' lin. -Iones. Garrett. iadain- suit, ljlallltllinvt, KlXe7'l1oll, Nf1kiXlnllTl'y. Iikvfkli SIXQHYIPXK' l'1sliei'. Cox Necontl ioxx' Xl: Niger hears. lVltfNl1lla1i. Keltei mari. Waiglit. Hedrick, Xxlangli. Xlazsiillet Third roxxz Xyilliants. Kit: 'nille:'. Urinies. Trippleit Day. lions. Yanscoy. lsnei. liotlies. Dornhlazer liourtli row: Poling. Reese. lce. Sponaugle. lirllle. Price. Hail, l HAND liiatling from lex: it LQ.: liirsl row: Kittle. Filleiidei. Hill. Morrison. NYright. fVleYaney. flaplinger hecond row: Hunter. Day. fadains, liislier. lieiggs. Xlartin. lrons. l'la:iliey. lee. Keiterman GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Reading from lelt to right lflret rovvg Oxerholt. Nlorri' con. .'Xdamson. Luntz. Pinto, Reynolds. Hamner. fVlcYaney. Hunter. XYaugh, Second row: Beal. Vfainsley. Keller, Shreve. Myer. Daugherty. Kelly. Staud. Mladden. Third row: Vfilmoth. Fan' -ler. Morris. Gross. Dye. Corriclt. Ashby. Fourth rowg Young. Hinkle. Bowers. Day. Parsons. Loudzn. Flfrh row: Romzne. Currenee. XYootlt'ord. Louke. Cooper. Mlllilvf, Pllllllf. Sixth row: Koontz. Perry. H'll. Vsvilmoth. lsner. fvlarstiller. Morrison. Cob' erly. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The members of the Cirls' Clee Club of 193-P35 have completed another year of splendid work. Their assembly programs have been en-ioyed by the entire student body. Besides participating in every school function where their presence was needed, they have taken part in many community activities, Early in the year they sang at an important VV'oman's Club program, and later at a musical held for the benefit of the Y, M, C. A. During Holy Week they furnished music for one of the noonday services held at the Hippodrome Theatre. Since every member in this organization was imbued with a spirit of cooperation. it is no: dirhcult to determine why their programs were executed in such a laudable fashion. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Though the membership ot' this organization is small. the boys have willingly offered their services wherever they could benefit their school or their community, The students always enjoy their participation in assembly programs. and appreciate the etforts of both the boys and Mr. Reger. BUYS' CLEE f1l.l B Reading from left to right First row: Wvard. XYi-eu Sliidinore. Second roxv. P.:'.'1ie, Xl Reger. Baile... 5.11511 Orr:- B. I. P. Reading'fron1 left to right Front row: Snedegar. Me- Laughlin. joyce. Kiitle. Oiflonnor. Perry. Myer. Thoinasson, Hunter, Beginning at top, leit row: Vfileox. Arnold. Nlarstillcr. lvlorrl-. .',U'IllUl1Il'0lll. Center: Meflall. Baldwin. Beginning at top. right row: Klllle. Dye. Xxvlllllilfll. Bowers. Bnzzell. If you are looking for the peppiest, the most popular, and the hest looking girls in E. H.S. you will find them in the B. I. P. Cluh. The eluh is a social one, to which only juniors and seniors are elegihle. Their activities during the past year have heen an important part of the soeial life of the school. With the Phi Omega, a local organization eoniposed of high school girls, they sponsored the Foothall Hop. .lean Hunter and Ivlargaret Snedegar entertained with a tea. Initiation week was eelehrated hy a dinner given hy the pledges to the old memhers and hy a theater party given hy Josephine President . VicefPresident Treasurer Secretary . Corresponding Sponsor MeCa1ll. The final initiation ceremony was held at Betty M2lfSIillCY.S. Secretary Josephine McCall Opal Wilciix Nancy Morris Margaret Buzzell . Thelma Kittle Kathleen O'Connor THLETICS C A suund body, fair play, amd wand spwrtsnmnship these are the ideals rhdn arc fnstcrc thlctic dcpznrtmcm uf Elkins High Sqhfml. MABEL CASTLE Girls' Athletic Director FRANK XYIMER Boys' Athletic Director COACH Coach Wimer has, during the past year, won, and justly so, the title of the best coach in the state. His molding of a champion basketball team and a winning football squad is only a part of the wonderful things he has done for the morale and standards of our school. We salute him because he has been a real pal to the girls as well as to the boys and we know we can always count on him as a true friend. We hope in years to come, we can return to Elkins High and still find Coach carrying on as he always has. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Casto is the First woman physical director Elkins High has had the privilege to have, and the senior girls regret that they cannot come back in September to further their knowledge of this subject. Miss Casto is to the girls what Coach is to the boys. A friend, a leader and a comrade. We know her work with us will be a stepping stone to making E. H, S. the best high school in the state. Under her leadership the girls of Elkins High have had a chance to show their progress in contests such as the KickfPin Tourney and the Intramural Basketball Tournament in which all the athleticfminded girls had a part. G. A, A. Reading from left to right Back row: Miss Casto. Young, Thompson. Yan-- coy. Blackwood. Yost. Iiowles. Fahrner. Reading from top left side: Hamner, Scott. Sears, Preysz, NV1In1oth. Polng. Houchin. Center: Lowry. Reading from top right side: Vwlamsley, Sweclier. Vfaiigli, Bazzell. Hagger' ly. Hollfhm. Iiredlofli. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION . Elva Male Lowry President . Vicefl'resident , Dorothy Poling Secretary Christine Haggerty Treasurer . Mzie Oyerholt Sponsor . . Miss Mathel Casto Did you say pep? We have it. At last the girls have held their own with hoys' athletics, We have sponsored tournaments and tried to stimulate every girl in high school with our idea of sportsmanship. Uur hancluet was fun and our dance a success. There are twentyfiiye memhers in the G. A. A. The charter memhers were chosen for the sportsmanship, cooperation, and fair play that they displayed in the Kick Pin Tournament held the first few weeks of the school year. New memhers were chosen in Decemher and were entered on the merit of their character and spirit of sportsmanship. The memhers upon admission to the society take this pledge: "As memhers of the Girls' Athletic association of Elkins High School, we promise faithfully to uphold the standards of sportsmanship, loyalty, and fair play, hy which we were admitted to this organization." Reading from left to right' First row: Wolfe, Rexrode. White. Baisi, Capt. Goldberg. Rice. Corrick. Vwfingheld, Vwfilhelm, Cunningham. Second row: Weese, Rice, Mero, Leake, Barker. Caplinger, Herman, Currence, VVolverton, Hockenherry, Collett. Third row: Zimmer, York, jones, Cappadony, Ferguson. W. Goldberg. Perehen. Coontz Grimm, Ward, Hunter. Fourth row: Conway, Erwin. Arbogast. Hess. Corrick. Sutton. Harshbarger. Hammer Bennett. Adams, Coach Vfimer. FOOTBALL- I 934 Elkins-32, Grafton' ffl. Thus ended the season of 1934 with six victories and three defeats. The Tigers won three and lost three "Big Ten" games, for a percentage of .500. On August 30, sixty candidates reported to Coach Wimer. Of this group only two were 1933 regulars: Captain "Biggie" Goldberg and Albert Baisiz other letterfmen were Richard White, Willard Rice, and Blaine Corrick. This year the Wimermen lose hy graduation their star quarterback, Marshall "Biggie" Goldf berg, who has captained and led his team through a successful season. The other men lost to the '35 team are William Rexrode, fullback: Tom Mero, right halfback: "Sub" Wilhelm, end: Bill Rice, tackle: Dick White, guard. Bill Wingfield, center: Delbert Weese. end: Hugh Caplinger. guard: and jim Leake, guard. The lettermen this year are: Captain Marshall Goldberg Dale Currence Tom Mero Richard Hockenberry William Coldherg William Wingfield Blaine Corrick Richard White Albert Baisi 'Charles Wilhelm Willard Rice Pete Antoline Paul Wolfe Hugh Caplinger Richard Leake William Rexrode Wayne Wolverton Yost Cunningham Roy Conway, manager E. H. S. FOOTBALL SCORES-1934 Elkins Alumni Elkins .. . .. . 15 Weston .... . . . 14 Elkins Belington Elkins . . . . , 6 Buckhannon . . . . 0 Elkins Parsons Elkins . . . . . fl Shinnston . . . . . . 6 Elkins Victory Elkins . . . . . 6 Morgantown . . . . 7 Elkins lrafton . . . . O 1 as " 1 x BASKETBALL SQUAD 1935 Reading from left to right First row lsitting with white suitsl Varsity team: Corrick, Vvlilhelm. Hockenberry, Lothes, Capt. Goldberg, Cunningham, Baisi. Wvingheld. Phares, Morris. Second row: ldark suitsl: Grimm fsittingl, Caplinger, Coach Vw'imer. Pritt, Ross, Kittle Coughlin, Barkley, Weese, Currence, H. Currence, Campbell. Nye, Wcmlfe. Conway. Gold berg. VJard. E, Cunningham, Maxwell. Buzzell, Mr. McKee. Lowery, Hess fsittingl. Third row fwhite suitsj: Hayes, Brown, E. Conway, lsner, Dalton, Moore, Collins, ldarstiller H. Caplinger. Rice. Jones, Tierny, Hunter, Landis, Cox. STATE CHAMPIONS! At last we have achieved our goal again. For the third time in the history of our school we have obtained the coveted title of state champs in basketball. After losing at the iirst of the season to the alumni and Princeton High teams, Captain Goldberg and his teammates came back to finish with the most successful record of any high school in the state. The Tigers broke several records and won many championships by winning twentyfnine out of thirtyfone games. Along the dilhcult path to the State Title the Elkins team won the Sectional, Regional and "Big Ten" Conference championships. The "Big Ten" record showed twelve victories and no defeats, while their nearest rival, Vvfashington Irving, won six and lost four, Although these two conference leaders had not met in the regular season Elkins proved that she was a real Conference Champion by defeating W, I. in the hnal game of the State Tourney. Our team was well represented on the State 'Championship Teams. Un the AllfState First Team was Captain "Biggy" Goldberg, who played one of the forward positions and was the spark plug of our team. On the All'State Second Team were Yost Cunningham, Harry Lothes and Albert Baisi, all of whom were outstanding ball players. BASKETBALL RECORD FOR I934-l935 Elkins 33 Thomas ....... 21 Elkins ........ 35 Belington .. .. 16 Elkins 41 Tygarts Valley . 24 Elkins ,. . 47 Westimii ....... 35 Elkins 37 Alumni ....... 4U Elkins . . . 40 Buckhannon .. . 26 Elkins 39 Bluefield .. . .. Zo Elkins . . . . JH jane Lew .. . . 36 Elkins 30 Princeton ..... 33 Elkins .. JU Westiiii ....... Z3 Elkins 34 lvfarlington .... 23 Elkins . . . . 30 Buckhannon ., . 19 Elkins 29 Belington ,. .. 21 Elkins .. .. 43 Victory .... . . 36 Elkins 40 Parsons ....... 31 Elkins .. .. 35 Shinnston .. . 26 Elkins 41 Tygarts Valley . 29 Elkins .. .. 50 Victory .. . 37 Elkins 43 Shinnston ..... 15 Elkins .. .. 52 Jane Lew ..... 26 Elkins 46 lvforgantown . . . 25 Elkins . . . . 25 lviorgantown . , . 17 Elkins 29 East Side .. . .. 15 Elkins .. 33 East Side .. . . Z0 , -, MARSHALL GOLDBER6 "Biggie" Goldherg is the second threefstar athlete that Elkins High School has ever produced. His record is an unusual one, He was selected on the All State Foothall Team of 1934 and on the All State Baskethall Team of 1935. He has received many honors and much recognition hut in spite of his fame he has remained modest and friendly. He has ffeen valuahle to Elkins High hecause of his fine playing, good sports' manship, and excellent teamfwork. Elkins High expects great things of "Biggie" and his athletics. SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT! This tournament was the first step toward the state championship. Elkins easily won it over weak competition. ln the first round Tygarts Valley defeated Phillippi 3728. Belington trounced the weak Beverly team 6021, After drawing a hye Elkins played Mill 'Creek and won 5125 without much trouhle. Then came the hest game of the tournament, Belington defeating Coalton 53868. Saturday night in the finals Elkins met Belington and easily trounced the Hawks to the tune of 5504. Tygarts Valley won the consolation game over Coalton -HMSO. We placed four men on the Allftournarnent team. They were Captain Goldberg and Hockf enherry, forwards: Cunningham, center: and Phares, guard. The other guard position was given to a Belington player, "Tuffy" Hymes. Wiiiiiiiig this tournament gave Elkins the right to go to the Regional Tournament at Fairmont. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT! The honors won in the Sectional Tournament were not secure until we tested our strength at the Regional held at Fairmont. Here we were contesting against three strong teams'-WBuckhannon. East Fairmont, and University High of Nlorgantown. In the first round Elkins won over East Fairmont 4fJf1-4, vvhile Buckhannon had a hard time defeating University 37f27. ln the finals Elkins played their hest game of the season, heating a giuod Buckhannon team 52120. LUTHES Guard l MARGARET BUZZELL A bundle of pep, a husky sweet voice, dark flashing eyes. These describe lvlargaret, better known as "Ivlottie" to her loyal cheering section. It was through her efforts that Elkins received so many awards at the sectional and state tournaments. At both of these events she won a gold megaphone for herself and a cup for the school. She surely has what Coach calls "rhythm" in her cheerleading. STATE TOURNAMENT State Champions! Nine years ago Coach W'imer and his Tigers brought us this coveted honor. Our way to victory in this tournament was no easy one. The first game was played between CeredofKenova and Keyser with CeredofKenova winning 26f16. Next Elkins met East Bank, win' ning after a hard Hght 3526. At the night session Benwood Union easily defeated the highly rated Princeton team 3529 and Washingtoxi Irving loafed through their game with Beckley, winning over the Eagles 3960. In the semifiinals our boys came through with a 4108 victory over the "Wayne Vkfondersu from Ceredoflienova, while VVashington Irving was taking Benwood to the tune of 39f3fl. Then came the finals, In the consolation game CeredofKenova, beaten in the afternoon by Elkins, easily trounced Benwood Union 37-ZZ. Elkins now played the highly rated Washiiigttaii Irving team led by Cava. In the fourth quarter Goldberg was forced to leave the game on account of cramps in his legs and Baisi was compelled to go out on personals, but our team was able to hold their lead and win 3884. The All-Tournament teams consisted of Goldberg of Elkins and Cava of W. I. at the forward posts: Spears of CeredofKenova at center and Carver of East Bank and Tricot of W. I. at the guards. Harry Lothes, Cunningham and Baisi of Elkins were chosen on the second team. Cava was named the outstanding player with Capt. "Biggy" Marshall Goldberg of Elkins second. CL'NXINGH:Xfvl Center 51 First row Qsittingjz Grimm, Skidmore, Mero, Rcxrode, Corrick, Taylor. Taylor. Hanlin. Cold' berg. Ward, Harris, Rice, Lang, Wilhelm. Hockenhcrry, Adams. Second row fstandingjg Haggerty, Rice, Collett, Dalton, Baisi, Vv'eese, Caplinger. NVingfield. Galford, Hammer, Stealey, Weese, Coldherg, Wiilvertoii, Phillips, Hinchman. Third row fstandingl: Coach Wiiner, Fling, Smith, Bullivant. Arhuthnot. Fourth row fstandingl: Poling, Hammer, Bonner. Phillips. lvloore, Coontz, Ervin. Kerner. i if. Q1 E e Q, Z ,. la ,. 5 ,V in ' -U Y. . i, fas- Phares. Sihert. I934 TRACK Tuesday, April 3, 1934, seventyffive candidates reported to Coach Wimer for trick Out of this group only three were lettermen, hut we looked for a fair season. The first chance Coach had to get a line on his material was April 16, when his hoys defeated the Alumni team 12316f6916. "Biggie" Goldherg was high scorer for hoth Elkins and the meet, with a total of twenty points. In the Sixth Annual Monongahela Valley Track Meet, Elkins placed third with 50 points, while Morgantown tied W. I. for first place, each scoring 7216 points. Elkins showed marked improvement during the next week end against the same teams in the Fifth Annual "Big Ten" Meet, when we moved up to second place from a poor third. The "Big Ten" scores were: Morgantown 7216 points, Elkins 59, W. I. 5216, East Fairmont 46. Grafton failed to score. Next came the Fifteenth Annual Sectional Meet with the winners of first place heing qualified to compete in the state meet at Morgantown. Elkins easily won the meet scoring 9916 points to l'arson's 38, Marlingtoifs 2816, Hillshoros IOM, Tygarts Valleys 1916, Buckhannons 16, and Thomass 8. The following Elkins hoys qualified for the state meet: "Biggie" Coldherg, "Bus" Wilheliii, Captain Hanlin, Ralph Taylor, Wilson Weird, Tom Mero, Bill Rice, Blaine Corrick, Rohert Taylor and William Rexrode. Elkins failed to score in this meet against a strong field of competitors. Charleston won. "Art" Smith, track coach at West Virginia University, held a clinic at Elkins on April 4, 1934 for the purpose of influencing greater development in track, Several coaches and their teams from nearfhy schools attended this valuahle meeting. 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THE CUB 'XL L i 1 UI L nb ILL U O LXLUIIIU VUXK 11 U X iflkg ltb UL 111 UU xumudnt Img to tou Lrlmbon 1 md mir Llp hur hid turmd tug on L 111dlH:LI'LIII milw mto thmqs of bnluty whlgh mwht not b 1 wx form r mother Hi t found u to turn our up L xx up umm Sllxll md hm mudb lpproxkh d Hur mfuebty xxab nom otha thm our 51x ton thru Carl Wllmmvth ltmrgd most Qur+'w1,s1y 111 potleib xxhlu Whgxu her Roy 11 Hu In rughcd rhg stun Bob Dyp august 111 rhh rob of 1 Blsh p xdnlxmbtgrnd to her rhk auth of l1lLQ1iI'1LC md thin our own llttlg Tommlp Splr rmx pliud rhk Lroxxn upon her hud fHg had to L1 a stool LX LH xx hum she knulgd A nrd Hurd key to thL uty ww then prusentgd to hgr by Augubtlm Varchytto Hgr Royil subjegts shouted allemfmce md 105 mlty In a mme friughr w1th gmotmn Clrl mm trfmsformhd mto fa buautlful queen, dulargd 1 hm hrst an of duthorlty a hollday to h1 loy ml Nubjuts so that thgy mlght vlcw rhg mhkr Lcmm itlorl Lnrpmony SOPHOMORES SHOW SKILL It was thy day before ThHHkSg1VlHQ not rhL dq bdorg Chrhtmab A hohday Splflf xxab m th ur dust wen cl bore An .iswmbly pro vrdm at 11 lv was our only hope of wer Qgttmg through the day WlfhOUE completdy dymg of LHHU1 Luck uae Wlfh us when wg Lnthrpd thg ludltorlum up really wwe to by Lntprtdlmd thy progrlm wah M15 Iolmgs md hh Alu 13 had somethmg worthwhllg ThlS tlmg lf wu 1 pl 15 bgttlmg m Step 1n chargg of tht bopho umm It you um lI'l'liQ'lDL Inn Gross as rh.. dlQl'lIflLd IHIULIIE md undgrbtmdlng W1fC of 1 varruluus Lomp1a1mnq husband Ghfdld POIIIU1 III rml hh you have pirt of tht pmture Ruth Grlmgs 15 Subm, thy mfud Howard Coberly 1 Iob thg h1rLd man and Ruth Wllmoth 1 oau thx dauvhter wlll que you the remdmdgr of II A thy play progrwsed, Ruth really buamh Subm Howard gusgd to be h1mself and Ruth W1ln14mth ibxumed mmt ddrmribly the chard t r of thy dauvhter The skxts presented .after the play vwerg good too Rosemlry Reynolds and od Moore madn us xxlsh th it ThdDkSQlXll1Q dmner vwrm r 50 far dxx 15 And VITYYIDIA Mycrb proved that hg 1511 t thf. mann httlg blondp thu: she appears to bo. If she LOI1fl11l1Lm to usg hugh tdntlcs to wm rhg In me of men poor Lreaurps what fi life thu xxlll h up Sldm Pmto bhoxud what che could do 1Il M Thfmkaglvlnq Stmtggy and what she can do 1 wlxx 135 a plenty Frank Stone struttud hzb btuff to kup up vuth her, and he succeeded adnurxbly xxdl The pmvram klmed wlth some popular uw y Irx lT1'lTpIM u r Thu xx 15 t hrt publl 111 lI'iHLL ui t 1 ippumntly 1 L -'lr 7 rn :Lt t at A htm tmk HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ACT AS LIVING MODELS If .July it 11 13 on WLd11Lbddy Nuum gr 1 9 t L vom' rmg in 1 Nldllcll to turn txunt' L L r L ittgrlnv nwnkqb xx 0 1 bun LiI'Il1II" mm tru mto ony Ugg hw-. to L Lntprtmmd 1t po 1b for fm mur Rumor sud uhm our 1-wrnbly df thlb pirtnular t1mL was to mon tm 1 fab nm Nhoxx Ill xx nh thy Vgnusnb md Apollo of nur -L no xxuud ippmr A t L kurtun row xu vnu vrutul by fl burst of rhythm Clrl Wllmmuth an hl Melody MlSfLfm soon Ldrrlhd u to fir any plum Aftnr aural numlxrx by tht L K wb of 1 two of xx 1 xurp bupplpmgnu y tht 'xllgcll gy flllllbflub mf Charles Luthu fm ohn HUIIIIILUII our wlrblmq blink md vlftpd yroomr the btrun: of thy Champagm Waltz vrutud our mr- and lnhold thy fi hum N on xx 11 on fl md Pat Dougherty 1 quartet of Pm iuuful models attxred Ill bmklwb LXLIHIIQ gamma from L Goldberg and Sona were fl Pug attmytlon and w hen wg say flttriktum vw mean Zittfdnllilll Nut an mom models Mottxg Buzzell, any Armen trout o M C111 Ruth MLJFFISOII Kate Stover md lun Hunter Lamp forth wuxruw thi latmt frlbhltlllb from rhg Fan' Company And d1d thu mo els dlsplay these lothk to fm idx fmtam' Why wk? 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The chief attraction for Thursday, Octoher 4, 1934, was a mammoth school parade in which there were floats. groups of hoys and girls, and individuals, all representing scenes or events of historical interest in Randolph County. As the procession passed through the crowded streets, the spectators saw Covernor Spottswood and his Knights of the Colden Horse Shoe, typical mountaineers, and groups of early settlers from such communities as Pickens, Adolph, and Alpena. Daniel Boone, Chief Big Foot, Chief Cornstalk, and such families as the Tygarts and the Files were hrought to life. Through the generosity of the Festival Committee worthwhile prizes were offered. First prize in Class A floats was won hy the Elkins Elementary Schools. In Class B the prize went to Beverly High School: and in Class C to Pickens, for a float depicting cheesefmaking, an early industry ot that community. 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