Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV)

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O It IL O L O tall 1 storx that wlll ketp qlwavs ahve and V1Vl INCIDOFIKS of our tlsmslnattm and ttachem who shared manx good tnnts ot our Int xtar tn hlbh 5chool c mtrlsh tht thxngb that art tbstntnlly Elkxns Hrgh thmgs that we hope our sutcewors mll uphold pax IYIIWLIIL tw our Fortst trxltt lnth 18 ht pmg us to qpprttntt 1nd protect the natural htautv around U5 these 'art our auns 111 puhhbhlng thls vook iz 3 tl , ' , - ' - - - ,- , - V tl - j 4 A K ' '- A 'Y Q Hr the things that wc have striven to foster and preserve, th- ' Q: ' 5 A 3 'A -r T . ' ' - 4 S- w " xl ' To all the members of the Um ed States Forest SCFVICC whose work has ln am wax conmbuted to the developmg and beautlfylng of the Nlonongalwela Natxonal Forest To the example of well directed energy and 6I1fl'lLlSlE1SI1L erlort set forth by tlns group of men and women who are teachmg us how to enjoy and preserve our forests To the OPDPOYILIHIYICS wlnch tl11s work 1n our commumty staff of the Tuma for 1936 dedlcate thls lwook lm, ' 1 X Q. xl, D E D l C A T l O N has opened to alumni of Elkins High Scliooleewe, the X ll n" S .9 M e , W CANOE mth 1ts smgle occupan , a syx arthy savage, gl1des througn r1ppl1ng water, a tall, grateful beech whlspers age old secrets to a glant oak, the smsh of a deadly arroyx drsturbs the s1gh1ng h mlocks and the quxverlng a p ns A sharp cry when the fatal fhnt reaches ns v1ct1m, and then srlence agam broken only by the yxh1spers of the trees and an occaslonal bird call Thls IS only a brr of the s ory h1dden IU the word Monongahela whrch has m lf the musfc the romance and the tragedy of the ages the muslc of the ram and the w1nd, the romance of the red man as he roamed carefree and fearless over hxs boundless acres, and the tragedy of h1s destructlon at the hands of the whnte man If the one tune mhabrtant of what we, today call the Monongahela Natlonal Forest were to return, he would End that h1s former huntlng grounds were once more commg 1nto therr own that happy people were agam enjoymg th1s great out of doors, that no longer were the ruthless axe and the merclless saw wreak1ng thelr destruct1on For today these acres are bemg guarded and preserved as somethlng very precrous Those of us who lxve rn the heart of the Monongahela Nat1onal Forest pomt w1th prlde to what IS bemg accompllshed by our Forest SCFVICC The IIDITICUSIIY of their task rather appalls us when we reallze that the Forest covers an area ID whlch Greenbrler Nlcholas, Webster Pocahontas, Pendle ton Randolph Tucker Preston and Grant countles 1n West V1rg1n1a and Hxghland and Bath countxes m X 1rg1n1a are rncluded These lands became a natlonal forest as a result of a protest of Nature agalnst wanton destructvon of ner trees In 1V1arch 1907 one hundred mllhon dollars worth of damage was done bv a flood 1n the basms of the Allegheny and the Monongahela r1vers yyhrch cony erge at Prttsburg to form the Ohxo Engxneers employed to 1nvest1gate the reason for the Hood gave the cuttlng ayx av and the burn'ng of the forests w1th1n the watersheds of these rn ers as one of the pr1nc1pal causes As a result of th1s lnvestrgatxon the Weeks Layy passed by Congress on March 1 1911 made the Monon gahela Natlonal Forest possrble The or1g1nal acqu1s1t1on of land about fifteen thousand acres was made 1n 1914 Smce then o her acqu1s1t1ons have been made LIUII1 today the Forest Service covers an area of 1 714,000 acres Ours not only to enjoy b If to preserve . . . . , 1 7 w - Y 7 D c S9 . ' 7 ' ' , Y . . y . r 7 . . . L a a ., 7 . ' 9 x 7 ' I -1 xx x D . I ' a R . . . . , ' a a 9 9 a 1 1 7 i . . . ., . . . , , ' 1 7 . v Y 7 . 1 l J 1 1 v - - J a 9 -7 . . f . 7 . . X , s-- - ' I f 1 c .. -. A Q L . BO .So QL! CONTENTS ONE MIN TRA I RE ORGANIZATION FOUR SPORT EMORI Tia IL 75 BOOK . .AD IS TON BOOK TWO ..OOT CLASSES OK TH E.. S BOOK ..... S BOOK FIVE .. ..M ES Q65 FNTRANCE TO THE MONONGAI-IELA FOREST This stone gatemav located SIX miles from Elkins the place from which all important Monongahela Forest act1v1t1es are directed marks the entrance to the Forest It welcomes those who wish to enjoy and to use wisely the H1511 School it means mort than just an imposing hit of masonrv to them it is a symbol of somtthing, thtv must chcrish and endeavor to preserve for others 1 64. 7 7 1 ' ' 4 3 I . . . . , , r . 7 V 7. I 7 7. 7 privileges ollered by the great out-of-doors. To the students of Elkins I it . 7 . D 5 7 x V . x i. I, 1"'44"Afgw f 5 MQQWW' f WW? ,XS -f4PIiZ:? 3 ZQMQ W W 2 'wk QW 1 2, if Wir ,f YN kg, ll fN 15 2 vim ADMINISTRATICDN ,,,. Si" W Kaz? W fy , Q5 2 4 Z if X fy ,,4.i il 3.5.1 f swf. -' - as firm nf , I , 255 4 f V Q f W f f r fu 'P N gf A T 1 M. ff f Al . Q 1 A ff " " f .ivmwhi 1 L 1 x + i ff 'X 4.,,' - X , :Nfxx V X 'X X QPLITL4 -14- 'V5 QA , ,X ZX X fg xgkm ,, N - fx fX H I Y Y J , , n. MLIML-MAA 'Xgi-it ,z '44 , , llvll all MR 'VHKEIE MISS XYIIAIOTH ADMINISTRATION OF ELKINS HIGH SCHOOL When Mr McKee came to be prlnclpal of Elkxns I-hgh School he was not unknown to us for many of us had been wlth h1m when he was prlnclpal of the Elkms umor Hlgh School We left h1m there not dreaming that we would grad uate from h1gh school w1th h1m as our prmcxpal When he came to our school 1n 1933 we welcomed htm as an old frrend on 1n whom we already had confidence and trust and one who we were sure would make our problems hrs problems XVe never dousted once that Elkms I-hgh School would prosper under h1s guxclance and we were rxght for durmg the three years that he has been Wlth us our school has steadlly become more modern and pro gressnve He has been to all of us a w1se counselor and a gulde Though he fulfills h1s dutles of mamtalnmg dlsclplme hrs congemal sprt and his smcere mterest m both our dlfhcultles and our pleasures have won for h1m a place m our memorles that we shall long cher1sh for he ha truly been one of us There lS no one 1n our school who occuples qulte the same place as Mlss Wll moth our asslstant prlnclpal To her any student feels free to go when he 15 faced by a cllfhcult problem because he feels sure that he w1ll always hnd sympathy and help Her 1deals for Elkins I-hgh School have been evemplrhed m the excellent work done by the Student COUHCII Under her guxdance xt has become an lmpor tant factor m the formatlon of hlgh standards of school llfe Those who have spent any tune IH her Latm classe have found the exper1ence a profitable and an enjoyable one Page 0 7 ,I ' Q ' . . . 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ADMINISTRATION OF RANDOLPH COUNTY SCHOOLS At the head of the schools 1n Randolph County there IS a board of educatlon composed of live members elected by popular vote From Ellclns we have Mr Albert Mr Shreve and Mr Rlflle from M1ll Creek Mr Downs and Mr Bosworth Under the superv1s1on of these men there are ten h1gh schools Eve of whrch are first class m rank There are a total of 1436 hlgh s hool students IH the county 749 of these go to Elkms Hugh School Work1ng w1th th1s board and carry1ng out to the best of the1r ab1l1ty the1r plans and the1r w1shes are three other men Mr Bryan Ham1l ton the supermtendent of the Randolph County Schools Mr K1rk land S McKee pr1nc1pal of E kms Hlgh School and dlrector of h1gh schools 1n Randolph County and Mr Henry Hamllton pr1nc1paI of the Elklns un1or H1gh School and dlrector of elementary schools 1n Randolph County Not1ceable 1mprovements have been made 1n many phases of school ent pos1t1ons The h1gh school bu1ld1ng at M111 Creek IS now modern and well equ1pped the construct1on of a new bu1ld1ng at P1cIcens w1ll be begun th1s summer and the plans for a consoI1datecI school at the Tygarts Valley Homestead are completed A unlform course of study for the h1gh schools of the county and a new musrc program for grades four to e1ght are outstand1ng among the rmprovements made 1n the curr1culum Two departments of our school have profited by Mr McKee s zeal to get the best for us We now have as hne a stadlum as any school 1n the state and an 1ndustr1aI arts department that IS equlpped to gxve the boys the practlcal worlc they need A D RRI I1 H N Page II ' . , . 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Slllflfl' Nik BRLIHPFX NIR POUFRS Nik hmsox Nllss OCONNIDR Xllis BXRRX 'Vins Svrrcurn N111 bmsox lzbrarum NllSS Burk lluszr 'WR Run: Drrwu Moon NX usox Rmrk IB lhe photogrxph we thunk nut e hour like to remember xlvout thus mem of our fzuultx, mam rf u rm s ough I Ill ll I.u1 null he remernlwred hx ux for some pnrtuular xenon Mr Bruffew for hx un and good humor which ire :lu lx xerx much Ill exlcrme r qpelnher for her Nllllllg M to help Ill l u lll xx llteur xx n pour L IA . .' A,.. A 1 V 11 . I r 1 1 r . ' .' . . ', Y , ' ' N Y r . ' ' z , ' ' ', flo-, ' t ll all ws 5 ll ' 4 1 bar- ' Y' V' 1' 'hm we lmvc' knoru Ihr mill our Your years ' l'gl1 whool. 2' 'l . -1' R " 1 , "' 1 1 '15 ' u' ' ' "l '. M s. 1 " ' 1' ' uc.. 1 rv' s ' 'lz '- 'xl' .q'hle. Miss Baker for her efhciellcy 115 za lihrurxzur and her helpfulness iu mzuny ways. M. 'J ', ' wuz 1 'z' 1 ' 31. . ' s 1 's ' 1' 1 1 'w 1 ' 'z' 1 ' 2 ' h . "5 ' -' 1 ' . 1 z 1" f ,. .fL- Q' v ' v K w l - .1 , -lvl' 4 , . 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CHARLES ALBERT IN NCIIIUI' IIN rou l IUCN t de er l ll'll e l ll for le IIN done t ll t emuleeremllle 1 an u ro e w lre NUTS I le w IN l goof 1Nketll1ll IIIIIIIQCI' Ile IN 'l o s good fellow too one wltll w lloln we llke to hlte good IIIIICN whenex er we 4 lll MARGARET ALLENDER Ion lllxe no douht oltell S6611 her w lth Bettl uett een NenNe o lumor l 1 lox1 x ller fI'lC'lltIN 'lre her CllNIlIl3.IlllNlIlllg 1hlr'lcterlNtl1N lere l IIHINIC lll t e 'llr there IN no troul e l r l e 1 lll 'luompllNlle1 pl1llN I0 l f o lle Illflll w ot IETN If 'lllt time CHARLES ARBUTHNOT llut Neldom he-'lrd lho e who lllse rezlllx come nw h n d h I1 ters true fflfllll 'l lex pretllte hl t ll IICNN to t N w lull le III ll 1 e t ke Nl long he melllllered for lll lllflllllllitt t the fllfllil III to hl tlm'l llll REBECCA ARNOLD Illl I l IYHI K 70 Ilillllll NIC 1 e we Ullllt' lll IIIX group ller keen lppre4l'ltlon o 1 N fl N eN IFF 1 N NNTUUIII I r hne wor on the Sfllllfll fllll th llfl-R Stiff were urx muth lp re 4 ed wlll IIIISS Arm 0 THEODORA ASHBY N fre , x Iemldl as 1 IIIFX godmother' Or el e how could Nhe draw PIKIIITCN IIIXCIII QIIIICCN llllke good gr1deN and he lll Clllflll' of the 'Ili PR lll If the Name tlme7 IDUUNIII NCCITI qulre fur th'lt Nhe h11N No mans Il'llIlf.,N doeN lt? Vle Nhould prolvlbll EIIXI her we llllllll' llke her so w JAMES BARKLEY Iook tor the Nllxer lllllllg IN the motto f llll'lt'N IN we nex er End hlln w hell he lbllt able to gnc llN l L eerx wore IN NlnlleN warn IIS t II we h'lll hue 'l he'lrtt l'ILl2h when IN jo eN tome to lght IN Nplrlt l one that a Illllt'IIIN could well emul1te I'lklllN Hlgh would llke to h'lse more llke hlln FORREST BILLER work from dell to du h'lN rllw1xN been the ellu ot exert I'llxlIlS Illgh School Ntudent Ihough ll lld x xerx QIIICI he llexer l1l1kN mm PIIIIUIIN lllN lhllltl to gill! frlendN dlNtlngulN CN hllll llld wlll 'lNNllI'C hllll IIIIIH good IIIIICN w en Nl 00 IJYN Ire UW I' VIRGINIA BLACKWOOD NK lere tllere l lll! txpe of ltllletlc galne lll NHNNIUII t ere we llc xlfglllll for lll ttpes 0 NPUFIN hold III 'lppeil tor her ller ITIIIIII Hlnhl non IN to heeome l Ntenogrlpher for Nome pr0N plrtllls xoung ITIISIIICNN IIIIII IhlN xerl IIICC er on l another one of tho 1 worthwhlle people from lhlrd VI1rd Page I6 l l Q 'l'll'. , ' la p '-d tllzlt le l .ll' N ve It iN :l .e ' t llut w'e'll tell -'ou. 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' .L"Q1i4' "via MILDRED KNAGGS Iler m111IeNtx ITllIx6N her '1 I1ttIe h 1r1I t11 Itnoxx hut her II 1t11r1I 111111I11I1ts pr1Ne11tN 1tNeIf e1gerIx 1111111111 11111- Qhe I1'1N the h1ppx fuu x 11 lllg I1f1 1 1nx 1111 NCIINIIBX xxh11h fexx 11 Il 11111 e1erN N11 h1xe Ie'1r11e1 t111I11 We 'lx 1111 fe1rN for her future, xxhltexer Nhe IYYIX C11 JACK KOERNER N 1tte11N 1.1 h 1eo111r Ntx e 111th tI11t ll lIlII"lI u111NNum111g friend IIIQNN 1 ll 1 1xx 1xN 1 1p11x 11111 f 11k IN IICIIIIEI gruxe r '1 1m IWII I1 IN tI1 II hlppx ll'lC'lIllIITI 1 xx 1xerx1111e N xx e11 11 gi 1 11111 Ill re uN111g 111 11ke e1t1er 11111Ne 11r It xx 1r1I 11111 Ner111uN x EDWIN LANG 11tN t e xx1 A111 IWIUII e t1111 IIUIII 1n1Nu111IerNt'111d me though he IN not one of th11Ne plIlIx 'uid xxhlte I10xN xxhn are 'ifrald t0 1I11 Ihlllj., I1e xx1N '111 efI'1C1e11t f1111th'1II m'111z1ger 1111 IN Ner111uN x IIIICFFNICCI 111 1 Ixlll N of . rxrt e llllllhf NIIIJQCNI 111 h1111 not 111 t'1I1e I1Ie quite N1r11111N x 1 I11 111 N CORNELIA LEVIER e I1 x 1 x Ie1r11111f 1 1 e 'IITIIIIHIB C11r11eI1'1 xxh11Ne pIe'1N111g IIIIIIIICFN g her .N1 11 x f 11 6 N '1 111r h11re1I girl I f111 111mI1I1-1111111 IIICI 11rI1 CICS xx 111h Nurpr1Ne 11111- hx N1-111I111g furth NIUI KN II UIICKPCQIQCI IIIUIIIEIIIN he h'1 11e11 quite ll e 1 KIIUIII N 11 N .4 ,.. -'l 0 JAMES MARSTILLER N 11111xerN1t11111 IN QCII 1111 inte igent, N nor p11I1NI1e1I IIIII t11 1e 11 IIICICCC If IIN x11t 1111 11n t111Ne lllll 1t1eN 11e1eNN1rx fur N111 e NN he N NllI'I'lllt'lIIIX rc-N1111r1eIuI I11 meet emer HCIICIEN, r 11Ie11t enough not t1I1e I1111 N 1 IIIILEN 1111 IIICIIINIFIIIIIN 11111111.21 111 11111mp ISI xx II he NetN 11111 tu 111 DELMAR MARTIN N I e 1n1r t1e 1 1 N r11 eN1eN xx1 11 1 x he Hlllk 1 N N t 1t III the f ter II IN tle 1re11e111 11 11 III IIIX 1111111 I 1N 1 N N ll r Il 11111 I1 e 1 N 1 N KCNN 1 N 111 Fl 1 1 IIIII 1 NN N pr t 1I11111 1 WILSON MAXWELL B1111h TECEIIIIX IYCCEIIIIC 1 memher of rhe Stu u111r1r IIIFKIITICII H 111tereNt III 1 ux nxxn I11 h1N EIFIIVNI e111e1x11r 111 get 1t CN 11I 1 111rt111t 1 11 IIIN 1' uex er t1reN 11I 111'1Nt111g 1h111t the h111111r1rx mem 11rN 11 t11N 11r1.g1111l11r111 FREEMAN McDANIEL 1 nght NIINIKII IIN 1111 Il Il III hu 1 nethiug 111 1 1 x e KIIKIIII I11111xx N xxel IN N3 e xx N111111-11eNN IIII 1re IIS 11xx11 1111 I11N N1 11.511 TC' e Ne 11 lIIlIx e1Nx 1'1r 1 111 go ir 1f he he 1 e1I N I rmem Page 22 0 5 I' 1 ' Q 1 ' 1 ' , Ili: ' ' .1 ' Ii 1 I ' II' ' hi. 1 1 1 '1 ' ' I' 5 ' .' 1 I' I1111 '. 1 tl p i11t. 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Iglft Iuek, 7 ' Zlll. .Lau -dzauz-'na1:Yc..-14us'na1r THOMAS McVANEY I'11 th11 e 11 ho 1l1111t l1n1111 h11n 'I111111111 11111 959111 III he 1er1 lllfllpl 11 t1meN h11t 11111ler tl11t l1ruNque exterxor there 1N '1 hlllllllllfik 11h11h lllN e e'1re1l h11n to 'Ill Nt111e11tN 11 lllN l f gt' 1111l He IN o11e of our most lo1'1l lllll helpful NNIIYIICN 1111 111 ITV! 1- r 1 1111n N l'll1111N ll11,h Qrhool DALE MILLER e111e n11Nt 1e golden t Mle 1 N 1er1 111 e XX 111 Ill 1-'111 131111111 ll'1'lllIlCl' lll 111111 1l1NpoN1t11111 he m1l1eN m'1111 r11111lN I ough he IN N1111 to Npkllx, e1er1 NKIQLICNIIIIII e CN 1 111111 1111e 1111N '1111 llltl II fl ll 111 1re Nllft, 111ll NUIIIE' lllY llfllljl hlln t e lTI'lll'll18I'NhlP of hrs 111111 HFULCTX wore WANETA MILLER 1111N N111-et llll HCIIEFUIIN V1 '111et1 1r 1 11 1 hll er po 1111111 111 he e11111r N 1tte reNer1e1l 'llltl l1'11'l1111r1l 11 t11neN e 1 11e1ertheleNN 1111'1r11hl1 tr11111u1l 'lllll 111mp11Ne1l 1111 11 11e CNICClUf.'ll l11 her 1l1NNm1teN We recommend to the me11f11ll1 th1t VS 111et1 Ulllllll m1l1e 111 CXCt'C'lllIlglN good houNe111fe MARY VIRGINIA MOORE 1r1 I lfglllll IN 11 th111e r 1re peo 11 1 rr1 h e111 fl e 11 N1111N1 1 e 111 1.,1t1er111g IN re1111r11 1111111- 1.111 1111l 1r 111 ll 1 1er pr1N11111 111115 111tl1 tl1e 1r e 11 1er 11 Illllhlll N lt NNeNN1-1 11111111 llll ter 1 f 11 hfllll 111 l1l1e 1 er1 m111l1 MONROE NELSON 1err1 t llll'1lC 111 e N 1 I'llLflllNl N 1e re1e'1t1tt1 l 1 1 1111 Nl 11 111n11r 'Hlll '1 re'1l f1111d11eNN for '1 l ot h1 Il 1-Ns llll 1 e o111N111n '1r1NeN 11 1r1Ne 1'l e 1 eN N IN t11n 1 e Nllft' II ETSI -ome 11 1t 1 111t 111 1111111 ll 11N 1f h11.,h 1.:r'111-1 lIlf'lll llltfllll' WILLIAM O BRIEN 511111-N 1 IC IN 1 1 Cl 11 1 r1e1 N 1l11eN CIENEFXE 1 ne '1ll 1 ttle r1l 1d 1 11 Net 11p IN 11 the 11111l1115., 1 CN 1 that h1 PTCICFN p '11erN 11l111 llllllt l111o1l1 1111 p111N 1111111' 1l1l 1 t II 'et Ill 1 HN 11111 N11111 Illllg, XEFX 1-1N1 lfllllxlllg, MAE OVERHOLT 11erg1 lffllilflllll pep, lllllhllll 1n11N111 1 1 e e K NN 36 11 1 1er1 proud 11he11 he 111 the hrst l' l1111N H11, 1 ool tudent to he 1h11e11 1 1 oreNt eNt111 PFIIILCNN e 1Np1r1-N to 1 1n11N111 1 lreer e ne 11 the 11e11 IIICITI erN ot the 1111111 llonor S1111et1 C1111gr1t11l1t111111' DOROTHY PAYNE 1 g1r IN 11r1 11 11 1r ll hc 11 111 111 g 1111111111 ll 11111 r NK ffl 1e11r 111NN 1111 lll ll1lt'1lllllll 111 lx1tl1le111 V1 N e 1 1 r11111N 1r11tl11 h1 Nrt lplft trom the 1r11111l 0 Page 23 fb JW , V - , . .-.,, , 1.,i'..1,:.,f'f N1 1 11- ' ' - 1 Q 1- ' 5 - ' ' - ' ' ' V- 1-1 A II U' 11" ' ' th eye, Il lg, ' l , 1 U' 1 , ' --V 1 .lll.l I all ' .l hz h'N 111' h:1: ll lt" . 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N .L 1 - - A' N1 N we-N1 P 4- A-L+-ig 'A f , -T-1,,1,g A ,1- VELTA PERRY 1111 e 1 1 N11 e 1 N f x 11 1 IX 1 1 Nhe 1 1ex CN lll 1r11NN1111., 1111 l1r1111eN llllfl Nl1e 1111111-N t11 -111 S 1 lllN l11en lll 11t1xe incl p11p11l1r III I1 1N N 1 11111 ERNEST PETERS lelt 11e exx t1111 N t11t Neem tu l11t r r IIFNI for 1pp1re11tlx he l11N the 'll1lllIX t11 11c11m 1 NI 111 1x it 11111 e 11rt 1 1 111 1111 11 11111 IN tu xnxx 11 IN 1 1NN111'1teN N11 1111 1 lll e111l 11 llkt t11 111111 El e 11t IN ll 1 1 l1 x p111f1t 1l1le I11 1 I1 DAVID POE e N N N 1 1N mler ,Q 1t e 1 1 1ere IN lll h11n 1 t1111gl1tf11l11e pLKllll'll t11 1 x1111115., perN11n t ll 1111 1 11111 Neem serx 1x1Ne 1111l 1 pl11l11N11 xc urn 11 t1e 1111111 t11t N11'1eNN e NU111 1111Ne 111 hi lllfllfll 111111h1l1t1 1nd g11111l h1111111r IN well l1l1e1l l1x exeru e HELEN PROUDFOOT llllllx e N 1 11 1111r 1 11111 1 1111111 1 1ne11 111 11 1 h1111111t It 11111111 111111 11 11t N IN 1111111111 NIT Ill 'CTN N 1 1111 ill K 111 1 N 1 111 11111111117., x1rx NI 0 STAFFORD REX RODE 1111l 1 N 11111 xx ll Ill 1 111eN11t 6111 111 'ei 11N lKlt'llIlIX l111xs1xer 1 N 1x1 IX xsr1n1ere1l xx IX 'W1NN R11 tl xx1t1 '1ll er lllllllIlXt' lxCt'llll8NN N nexer l1ee11 11e e1th1r l1x ll 1me xx 1th11nt 1 1n111ne11t nf 11111111l1rx th 1111neN 11N11l lllIt'fll1lllgL 1l1lx WILLIAM REXRODE rl1 xx N 111111 EXEN, 1 11e1t IPPCITIIIKB 1leN1r1l1e Bill e1111tl1 1 he xe 11111 eter 1111t11e1 K e xerx lttrlntne N erN exh1l11te1l lflllllll the N1 11111 9 X 1 thex 1re IN ll e111ll1 1 1 1111 If t the 1e11111l11 KATHLEEN ROMINE lx1thlee11 qlnte 1 prettx g1rl 11me t11 l'll1111N 1 h 'IIINI II Kell' Iflllll N111rg111t111x11 S e IN 1 1NN xx 111 NECIIIN to 1l11e t1e l11xe1eNt tl1111g,N lll e N I 1r lllllllg fr 111 1l1 1111 Nl 1 1 1 ll3 N1e etc-xeN t11r N 1xe 11111 1111t11e1l the red 11.,htN 1111111 Ill r lr111x11 h11r9 IRMA RUNNER t'lX1 C' HHN Y N 1 11le glfl 1 e r Ne lltlf 1 rc-Np11nN1l1l1 N11 N 111Nt Illlf 1legre 11 11111111 1 r N 1 1 1t1eN 11111 1 III r 1 e 1 NN S 1 e e 11111 x l1l1e 1er N1 1 l1111N l111g1ter Page 24 E, ll f il 'E 1 91 1 , Q Q., li Q A little hit ' l pe111l1-11t? Y1-N. Anl 1l. 11Ny Stuff ' l11. il l1r11tl11'1', XVill'1 , 'I111 N :ll-' 1 1111 l1e exe.. Perry iN Il girl 1'l1 xx'ill 11l x'1.AN l1e l ' l: 1., ' l'. ' 'jy , l1e l11. 11l1l- t11 llllllit' her xv11x' i11 the 1x'r11'l1l, :N 5 le- :l 'I-'S ' l 'lj 1 'l", "l . l1 A l' '. ' ' f 'l . 'l, ' 3 ' ' h11, ' 1ll t11t'11ll 1 tl1:..'l1'1.' ' 1 1 1 e1- ' 1 V' 1 " 1 1 aj 1 l1e1' of tl1e li. I. l'. f111' txx'11 xe:11'N. She '. j11.t i11 xx'hi1'l1 Nhe 1x'r1111lerN x'11i11lx' if e 1 . 11re 11i1'- to IIZIVQ' 1 ' 1111l. - ' ' 1 '1 'lil " 1' f ' li 5-It li A f hv E - III! 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W QWRIQM 11 1 EDGAR SCHOONOVER Edgars ple1s1llt COIIIIICIVIIKC IN werx famlllflr to 'ill Flkllls I 12 School students 1 he goes riletlx from cl s class S'lXlIIg llttle, hu sr llng ln 1 H1 th1t ln1l1es the ll'lY seem hrlghter H1 le exes sometlmes 1ssulne 111 CXPFCNNIOII h'1th hll!Il0f0llN 1ll1l qlll11lc1l whlch often puules IIVIIIN of us BILLY SIBERT 1 X ossesses 'I I e I'6llIIsltt'N o 1 great LlIl'lflI'lNI, he h1 the llselx IIIOIICIISIXC wltt ll ls so popular 1llcl he l1cl1 th1r hltlllg, sarcflstlr touch that lINll'lllX 1ccomp1llles and lmp1lrs the ot er flllIllltI Ile IN t1le1lte1l Ill other fields too he knows hl m1them1tl1s III 1 wax that de m11lds our 1ttelltlol1 IVAN SHAW VK ho l that dapper XOLlIIg ITIIH XXIII! the stxllsh mustache? mu IDT! hear someone ask Vlell lf IS none other than ollr Ix all, Zl memher 0 the Selllor Class e ls l xerx llIKIll5II'l0llN hm who has alreacls Chosen hi lifes work We predlet for hlm 1 future as au lmportant and successful pllsterer lll ll1N home IOUII DESALES SHREVE Te iles IN lll 1ttr1ttlxe glr whose Ulllgfllll ltx llllpresses ltse lllfll OIIFN heart to the extent t le s er 1111 IIIHCI' tl lsslllltes S 1 l 'rue 1 1 lstlc lflllll w liltll 1 lstlllguls l lf r e 1 l1lll1 lllll llmlerstlllmllllg., frleml NIIUIII we lou to Ulllflllllt' to know lfter gr l1lu1tloll FRANCES SMITH rllll l0Xlllg and 1.511 xet SBl'l0ll5lW ll1f9l'9't9il Ill sthool work, Fr1n1es ls 1 glfl who lNll"lIICE'N er tulle wlsels She h1s 1 we-1lt of CLIN rown halr th1t l the ellu of 1ll the glrl 1 knows Her gl"ll'l0llN llIl"iSNllII'lll12 m1l1l1er wlll m1l1e her il score of IFIQIIKIN whereser h goes IIllxlllN lllgh Sehool wlll mlss her LESLIE SMITH Xou lfllgllt hlltl lt ll1r1l to get lLqll'lllIICil IWIIII es le, hut ollee the t1 l1 IN eompl ted xou hm h IN 1 re ll p I Alfhlbllgh of 111 1rgument1tlxe lI'lflll'C' he IN llot ohstlll1te Ihere IN somethlllg: lllnllf hlln 1 twllllxle lll hls exe or 1 lllce frlenrllx Lfflll, that lppeals to students 1ll1l teachers 'lllke DARLENE STALNAKER Ihls demllre llttle ITIINN ls 1 some-wh1t hack ward 1nd shx DCYNOII Her best fflelld l hellexa hers Both dlsllke to spe1l1 pllhllelx We guess though that thex h1xe plentx to s11 to each other when thex lre 1lone LX llttle elxesdrop plug would he 1 hlt of fun VIRGINIA LEE STALNAKER xerx sweet Xtlllllg IL 1 l lls Clll lr ollr llellef th It llo olle h1s ex er seen her w en e w lkll P lhough 1 w11s llure tlu Selllor Cl s 1 hlte to thlll llllllj, ltllout ll 1 1 1 Nl ll tll lt Il re more t DL r'llll1 ee lrNf' xflll rf' E U toll O Page 25 I W W 1, i 1 - 1 . bf 2- ,, 14. 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KATHRYN STOVER VI he11 xou look at Ixathrxn, xou End the re1 Non xxhx lt IS often Saul, Me11 prefer hlondee Bemme of her Quper1or phxN1cal ch'1r'1cter1Nt1cN, Nhe xx '1N one of the g1rlN conudered III the Nelec Il0l'l of M1NN Elk111N H1g.,h School She ha the !IlNflllg'lllNl'llllg grace of il Ntraught xoung xx1IIoxx IIICI '111 lIllIlXlCIll'lIlU 'III her oxxn KATHRYN SWISHER 1t1rx11 1 IIE txpe of g1rl xxe 1 hnc honext C'lNlll'E 111 Ixllflxklllg' 1e rc1 o11 1N lllIlllj.,l1t NINE II N 1 N 1111 IQIIIIUIIN, t1er1 IN nonc of th'1t lIHNIt'I'l0llN tllll 1tx 1I1out her thlt the 1urrent 1nox1eN l11xe fo-tered 111 NU 1 x ode111 xoung r111eN e 1 N LIt'Il,Lfl1ffllI lIIflll"lIllE'NN SAMUFL VANDEVENDER rIh1N good l00Ixlll,Q' xoung man xx 1th the hlund h11r 1nd blue exe 1 IIUIIE other than our Sam, xx ho IS ch'1r'1cter1Led hx '1 NXlIlllllI2 a11d SIFHCIOUK perNo111l1tx He has prox ed to he 1 xxorthx mem her of the II1 X IICLWLINE of h1N 1lepe11d1l11l1tx and XKIIIIIIHHENN to 1Io xxhatex er he mn VI e are glad th1t 91mmx xx 11N one of IIN JAMES WARD If 1 1e1 IU 1ne N t1o11 1I 1 1 o lglllttl I1 11 o1 1 5 lfllfll N L K C' I e hope OIIIX 1e 11 l 111 xxhite IDIS o xxhen e Il Ieft hlgh NC oo 0 RUTH WAUGH Prettx and peute? Xes he 19 both, a11d be N1deN -he li popular xx1th both how and g1rls We hall not Noon forget her outfit for 'Iackx Dax VK hat '1 Dr Dafoe Qhe d1d make hoppmg arouml after her qu1nN xxho Nhould haxe hee11 IOOIUIIH 'after her 1n1l helpmg her to c'1rrx the Natchel xxh11h xx'1N larger than Nhe KATHLEEN WHITE 1 r1t1e1 '1 N1n1 f1r xx1t 1 rount kn1 111g ine t11t INNIIIUCN Nometlmew IIINI enoug 1 N u1x ex re 111 to m1 e 1ttr11 IX 1 o othx 1116 N N Stern to h'1xe IIVHIX good t11neN together hoth 111 llll Ollf o N1h o We hue often xxonderet '1I11ut the1r N11retN ALENE WHITEMAN lI11N Nmall dark ha1red g1rl 11ppe'1rN to he an 1111ohtr11 1xe I1ttIe perNon hut lookN certamlx are 1le1e1x111g as far ax She IN COIILCFIICCI for er r1endN xx1ll tell xou t lt H e 'lk '1 Nunnx 1 POSIIIOII 1nd 1 keen Neuse of humor She IN xerx good 111 Nte11ogr11ph11 xxork and xxe pred1ct '1 OCIE WINANS N e1s1 x I11 Ttltigllll 1 fl N 1 Xpp1re11t x 1 N 11 1 11 1g1 1111111 Iitlllg -een 1e goes r xxt 1 ICIII e1111eN 111 I1keN Ntenogr 1p 111 1rk I oo o x to I1e111' 111 IICIII -tenogr lpher 1111111 I111 I Page 26 T 51 ., ...L J. 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VIAIIIZIII IWIWPIHIH fill! 1-'If ' " "ff I , N11 ' 1 llr nor Swietx' and one xx'I1 xxe are hx I1 ' pretty volorezl eye. RHICI l111r. 11 1 lj 1 tlel' ' 1 I tI111t honor' l'Ullft'I'l'ClI up 1 II111. she Ielieve. in the l I 1 I1 ' :I " . 'W A lll " ' .t111I '11t, Il fine 11tI1I 't , 11111I 1111 2lII' 11n1l not I 11r1I." 115 SIN' ' - UIVIUY hi' 'Wk ' 'I"'IlllKI good felloxx' is vlllll. Ile is wopnlar, too. III' U' IIIILI 1 ' .tIx. UV- " , , 1 I ' H VV -' tl I 'rt for IIIII ' ' 1 ver he xx'1 ' 11111 iN I king f rx lll'lI L. 1 Ffh' 1-' rl ' h l1N ' nh I. " . ': . N I 'IL A L, W . 1 .Y1 11.1,--1.1 .-.-31.411i1-1.gwg.111.:11- 1.1,-4, '-- .xwwr wma J, ,, 'f"V1," 'f-W:-"f-FU 1 "K 'X - 'T . -I V -, if P- '-Q' - -v -myths-1. ,Q -1 LOUISE WISEMAN Did you say auburn curls, lots of them, ones that have an individuality all their own? She does many things, particularly musical things, and as a result of her many activities was elected to the National llonor Society. Did you know that she likes green things in the "llutl"? XVell, she floes, very much. WAYNE WOLVERTON This young man is an important figure in the Senior Class. lle has been our class presi- dent for three years and an active member of the lli-Y for the past two years, VVayne, we wish you luck in all your future undertakings, and we hope that you will continue your good work in whatever you do when your school days are liver. MATILDA WOODFORD "Tillie" has that greatly coveted quality of composure which lends distinction and makes for social power. She is a good student, one with whom we like to have classes because she con- tributes something worthwhile. She is a striking brunette type, with a charm and graciousness all her own . 'fe-cifsfisi ' I ' '- 23:1-1 .' s v OWEN WRIGHT "-Ind"-the hoy who is always "right" and will be "XVright"-the fellow whose keen sense of humor keeps us in an uproar-the one whose assistance on this 'lilfJER is very much appreci- ated. XVe thank our stars that he came to us when he tlitl, and we wouldn't trade him back to Morgantown for all their Clark Gables. VIRGINIA YORKE ilillis senior is distinguished by a subtle, in- triguing quality of voice and by a keen appre- ciation of beauty, The ability to choose her clothes wisely and then to wear them with grace and distinction makes many of her classmates regard her with envious eyes. Perhaps she will be a model! XVho knows? CECELIA YOUNG Cecelia is another typical hlonde, with the usual blue eyes. Her contagious smile, though, is all her own. Glee C'lub is one of her chief interests, as she has been a member of this or- ganization for the past four years. VVe are happy to congratulate her upon having earned r wings in t e ' ' Page 27 . he f h Ci. A. A. I Q , , . -. .p - ,. Y. ., , .JH . .. ,:,e,5?.,ji,?',i:..,n,,-,,1. M, .., , p:,,U,.,:' K' ,V V i CLASS O IQQI 'N f F II I xg I 'I'I ' I I I. I: I II I IIA I i. 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I ' 'I .II g . - ' ,sm JUNIOR CLASS EAN GROSS Preszdenl Bury ANP STARFORD Vzce Preszdenl To the umor Class and Mxss Dxgman belongs the cred1t for havmg put the Tzger Cub on the map once more Thrs school publlcatlon a mtmeo graphed sheet puhllshed the fourth Wfednesday of each month has a circulation of two hundred and fifteen copxes Edmng th1s paper rs a part of the regular junior Engltsh work Each month the staff ns chosen from the Engllsh III classes the only permanent members belng the bu mess man ager and hrs assistant The unlor Class lS al o ln charge of Stunt Nite whxch IS usually held ln Aprll Thrs IS one of the most enjoyable programs held dunng the school year Each class or orgamzatlon v1es wlth the other to put on an amu mg and entertammg productlon As the TIGER goes to the press before Stunt Nnte lS held thxs year we regret that we cannot gne a more detailed account of nt Pago 27 RUTH Wu MOTH Secretary Treasurer Bur HARsHBARG1-R Cheerleader The class contams one hundred seventy s1x mem bers of whom approx1mately seven per cent are honor student the hghest percentage of any class rn the school From thls honor group seven were elected to the National Honor Soclety They were Gladys johnson Betty ane Stafford ean Gross ames Ross Russell Dalton ack Tabscott and Bernard H111 Juniors Albert BHISI and Willard Campbell Both of them were tackles on the football team thls year Balst was captaln and was cho en on the second All State team Both have been actlve ln basketball BHISI has been m the startmg lme up of twenty s1x games and has proved to be a valuable player rn every game 1n whlch he has partlclpated Campbell has made remarkable prog ress as subsntute center J A a - . -I 1 V - 4 I L . . .7 , . I . . . 7 . - S-Q i 7 . . . . ' , I . . . . , J , J I ' I ' 7 J 7 7 J 7 . . , . . ' 3' - Two members cf our varsity athletic teams are J . .. C . H - . ,, . . . . . . . . . . 1 , . . - 3. . . A . ee A - ' va ' - - - 1 , . arf' A' V'-z .- SOPHGMORE CLASS MARION INGRAIVI Preszdent RICHARD Cox Vzce Preszdent Though this IS only our second year In high chool and we have not had many opportunities to show what we can do as a group we have many students who have already proved what they can do as lI1d1V1ClU3lS One of our number Bill Hess has made us very proud of him by having attained a prominent POSIIIOII on the basketball team This lS Hesss first year as a varsity player but he has certainly used II to the very best advantage Teenie Haggerty who was considered the best cheerleader In Elkins High School according to a recent Issue of the Cub IS another of our class to whom we may point with pride Teenie has needed to lead cheers Vife hope that she will con tinue her fine work and In her serior year become school cheerleader The members of the Student Council from our BETTY SWECKER Secretary Treasurer CHRISTINE HAGGERTY Cheerleader class are Lucy Houchin Gerald Kelly and Wil ham Goldberg Betty Swecker represents the G A A In the Council These students have per formed their duties In a very creditable manner Our president Marion Ingram gives promise of bemg an eloquent speaker This year he entered two different helds In the Literary Contest Al though he won hrst place In neither of them he did remarkably well In both Good grades too are common among us and at least three of our members will always be found In the honor roll They are Bob Irons Alma Wamsley and Glenna Sheets As a whole we Sophomores feel that we have ments In the two years we have been In high school and with the belief that there IS much tal ent to be revealed hope to continue to be ev 'I more successful In the future Page 30 l . . . . . , , .- C . . . 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' 7, - 9 pep, snap, enthusiasm, and everything that is a right to think fairly well of our accomplish- . , A. , y. . . h . , 2. - Y 0 H Y JL H '71, H 'mtl , ,,.-,L ,, . . , .a,,1,g:,,bfeaf..:, Y I- -., fuss, fr, .faerie FRESHMAN CLASS SCOTT I-IocxENnERRY Preszdent ROBERT GRoss I :ce Preszdent If pep enthuslasm and ambxtxon mean any thmg thls class should go far durlng the next three years for we have number there are 245 of us and we have three helpful advtsers MISS Bell MISS Wllson and Mr Shreve who have ably asslsted us ln our trymg and puzzlmg fresh Two of our number Roy Collms and Elwood Goodman made laudable progress nn athletlcs We shall expect more from them ln the future and hope that they wlll be on our varsltv teams next year To prove that we don t bel1eve 1n procrastma t1on the besettmg s1n that freshman classes have 1n common wlth human nature we have chosen as our class motto We strxve for hrgher goals whlch w1thout doubt wnll be a commendable gu1d mg prmclple for us durmg our four years 1n hlgll school EARL NELSON .Secretary Treasur r RU rH Corzmcx Clneerlead r Several of our number have already prohted hv the lnspnratlon contamed nn these word for the honor roll has never lacked freshman names Harrlet Whetsell got off to a llymg start by lead mg the school for two success1ve s1x weeks perlods a worthy ach1evement that all her cla smate Lang and Robert Gross were also promlnent honor students We have been very credrtably represented on the Student Councll by Harrlet Whetsell French Vandevender and Scott Hockenberry who have consclentlously upheld the hlgh standards of El kms I-hgh School and proved themselves worthy ln every way of the trust whlch we placed upon them Having made so much progress the first year we feel justxhed m expectmg to make our class an outstandmg one Page 3l . . 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K A I: 5 'fgns , Q ASHHX H-XNINI Ii THETTGER STHFF LITERARY Last September, when the Ilterary staff of the TIGER was chosen, we were a group of happy go lucky, carefree students who were most enthuslastlc over the plans for the 1936 annual, but who, 111 no way reahzed the serrousness of the task before Smce that t1me we have become far more serlous and energetlc but none the less enthuslas tlc Our two edltors have set an excellent exam e for us Theodora Ashby, wlth her ortgmallty and skill rllustrared our book, and Freda Ham ner of a more qulet nature, gave mestlmable ad vlce, and IH t1mes of stress and stram exhrbxted a polse wh1ch had a calmmg effect upon all of us In SPIKE of the excellent example set by our two edltors, there were tlmes when we were very dls couraged and blue ust at the moment when the wrlte up seemed completed, down would come the pencll of red and censorshxp would suppress the grcwrng elatlcn However, such small ltems as censormg soon Iw came natural and were met wxth an onslaught of new 1deas unttl even the censor was fubdued The three mascul1ne mem bers of the group, often worklng mcogmto and 1n secret, have endowed the yearbook wxth the mdls pensable athletlc wr1te ups and news of the boys HCIIVIUCS Thur enthuslasm and consc1ent1ousness have been an 1I1Sp1I'3I1CI1 to all staff workers The glrls on thxs staff Betty Brown, Mary Vrrgmla Moore, Mae Overholt, Loulse Wxseman, and Peg Kelly have been untlrtng ln thelr efforts to please of organwanons, and other ed1tor1aIs have grad ually taken form under thelr skillful pens and, though altered time after tlme, have hnally emerged well done and mterestlng IVIARSTII I I-R BRONX N NIOORI- OVI IIHOI T MORRIS XX ISI 'VI-KN Ix I H H01 IxI-NBI RIN NII99 RIIJI R Page 34 Il s 1' . us. ' ' ' ' ' . . . . i U V , , ,V . pl 1 - - ' - . . . . ' . . . 7 , - . . - both the editors and the censor. Personals, news wil.. ' -XRNOI ll IJORINBI -XXI R XX RIC HI XX OOIJHHRD IOX4 I ISN! R I BUSINESS The lot of the buslness staff of the year book has been a hard one, but the lot of the buslness managers has been even harder There IS llttle doubt left ln the mmds of the staff as to the en durance and even temper of Srbyl Hayes and G11 bert Coonts They have proved themselves con hrmed martyrs to the cause of the TIGER and have worked constantly to make rt a success Sxbyl has handled her correspondence wrth efli CICDCY and Gllbert has glven very careful atten tron to all personal busmess relatlons The busmess group IS an exceedmgly ambltlous one that has worked drlrgently, copylng typ1ng, and solrcxtlng Polltely lnsrstent and contagxously enthuslastrc, Rebecca Arnold George Dornblazer, and Owen Wright, through their constancy and asplratlons, played no small part m rarsmg funds for the book Professlonal men and those 1n 1936 busmess succumbed to thelr w1les and contrrbuted wrth alacrlty to thelr cause For several weeks a general uproar of lost, recovered checked and re checked recelpt books, hnances, and check books prevalled all over school We can now get expllcrt hnanclal advice from these Icarran financiers lhe remaxmng four laborers, Matllda Wood ford Mary Edxth oyce Naoml Isner, and Ella Grace Collette, have shown unfallmg enthusiasm rn thext consclentrous efforts to please both the llterary members of the staff and Mlss Rlder ln typ1ng the wrxte ups for the book I-Iarassrng Mr Glasscock by remammg 1n the typxng room untxl late IH the evenmg and wearmg thelr own nerves to a frazzle rn havmg to recopy edltorlals tlme after tlme, they have stood up admirably under the stram and deserve a lot of credit for makmg our yearbook su h a success H XX I S LOOIN I5 I ,. t x .. Q .. I 1.0! .I:'I"I'l- I ?, f 42 . , - ' 7 ,I 7 I 7 7 . F . F me Q. R-H91 'Sh I "c1"!'f:,f"' 'M ' " " .f.. ,. X' " ' " "-'ws-4-----Q, -,rf-V-was-wan , ' - - - vw 1- ., 1 - 5 1 - . r. 1'--V " , if " N' " " ' -. ,rv -1,31,1. , ' ' 1 ' .1 - . 'Z ,ugfzr V . . 1 wh A-. R.:. ..,,,:1gs.s: .,,x 2 r.. f,. fv- K nlmg mm lclt ugh! Brown Hunter Ross Calaln Cappadom Phares Corrxcx Anrolme Hockenberry Tabscott Hess Arobogasr Burr Albert Sutton Campbell Wrrght Coonts Grimm Cunnmgham Bars: Irons V1nclr.-vendtr Riu Thomas Goldberg Hlll Carroll f'unnmp,ham Bar nw XX Wfard fr-mr Wolvertorm Nloux Nlr Hunnnur! Vtfard 'Vlr Gxen HI Y CLUB WAYNE WOLVERTON Presxdent ROBERT MORRIS Vzce Preszdent AMES WARD Secretary AMES MARSTILLER Treasurer MR N BAYARD GREEN Sponsor The purpose of thrs club rs to create, to mamtarn, and to extend, throughout the school and communlty, hlgh standards of Chrxstran character It IS based on a platform of four planks clean speech, clean sports, cl an scholarshrp, and clean llvmg Every member of the assoclatxon consrders If a part of his duty as a Hx Y boy to promote these hrgh standards of school llfe The members of the Ellclns H1 Y Club perform many sp cral actrvrtres The devotxonal servlces for our weekly assembhes have b en conducted by them dur mg the past year Chrlstmas baskets were glven to the needy, and an Easter egg hunt was staged for the chlldren at the State Chllclr ns Hom A drrve for increased Sunday School attendance brought satrsfactory results The w1nners were rewarded by a feed at the expense of the losers Ar the begmnlng of rh school year th executrves of the club drew up a plan for the year, under whlch ch re was to b a sp alcer at each weekly m etlng Two of the speeches were on r lrglous sublects, the oth r two talks concerned problems whlch confront boys of hrgh school age Both Mr Bayard Green, the sponsor, and the boys are to be congratulated for the fine things they are domg Page 36 2, . ,ri- L fr f I u : , , 4 . '. . 4 ", . A' '. . V . Q. . V. V, ,V V . .. HN., Y. 'Q J. ' . . , 'c . lu ., .. ,,,....., - l . 1 " J ,,,.. . . , , . , . . l Y J , ' 0 . , . .. I . .- 2 . . . . g . . . O - x ., r . . 1 , 3 . s 1 , . , 1 ' - ? '. rx sa p , , ., w , K' 5' , ' e 2 2 3 ' . i Q. . , ' 0 F I t. - c l '. . I .. I V, My I- f .. Q. , . -.- , .vm ' - 1 - ""' . f' .Y I -QI-, uf ,.', zw I.. ' ' " '-.1 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION RUTH WAUGH , . , , . . , . .,..... . . ..,...,.,,.....,I.. President CHRISTINE HAGGERTY A , . . Vice-President MILDRED WAUGH , , . . Secretary LUCY HOUCHIN . . Treasurer Miss MABEL CASTO , . Sponsor The Girls' Athletic Association, symbolic of sportsmanship, loyalty, and fair play, has during the past year become outstanding in all school and social activi- ties. The intramural activities have increased in both number and popularity. Another outstanding accomplishment was the sponsorship of an assembly pro- gram, in which Gladys Calhoun was chosen from a group of seventeen girls for her splendid physical condition and her excellent posture. The most important annual alfair of the association is the May Fete. Last year, Patricia Dougherty reigned over the festivities in a charming and gracious manner. As the TIGER goes to press before this year's queen has been selected, we can but hope that the entire program for this year will be as delightful as last year's. The social functions of this new organization have included an informal party for the new members and a football banquet for all boys on the squad. Approximately seventy-five members of the high school attended this banquet, which was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. Six of the older club members will graduate this year, Included In these will be four of the charter members and the president 'Vw i- ce 42534 Row Une lVlcC.all Wamsley Ovnholt H1 II R Waugl Hamner bxener Nl Wfaugh R W I Bird Calhoun N HouchIn Cobeily Haggeru I l"imCbIn Fredlutk Young, R n lhrfv NlIs Caste Basil Thompson Lowery Pc z Hlnlxlc Yot Wxlmorh Pago 37 : i , ' ' ', c ', .s . . " :, , 'z c' , . . Il "uv: . . . . i , . , '. .. I ., , ' , ', rr T : 's . , , , . I vs , ' , L , I . I . 3' 4" L ' 'ff' iw '.- ' ii i 1 i va -- 2' F' ill ,CQ -4- -- T wb 'Z -il "" :'-.v . A L ' V ' 'wif' if H. 7 - , . . : fi lm T j ir i ,A - ' 4 ...- ' H 1V .7' - f -ff, f ' I A' ,ir V ' -: l- - ., my ' ..,:r5"5"44??1E",f' "-fwif' I H93 , . fu -1,--A -W A . - ,. .,., g , W.-. , V. .. , , .,., . 1--. ,. ,, , 4,1 , , 5-T ,T MZ, z,,I,,,,7:,.,A, T-7,,H,F:,5M,w7 n oery ollerte, lfncl. Myer, -los-tv. Run Tun: Pcxrv. Arnold. lVlcI.aughlm, Xlfaugh. Revnolds. n r r xross, Srarford. Harper. Stmex. Miss O'Connor. Rm: liuu: Shreve. Allen. Kelfv. Sraud. B. I. P. MARY EDITH JOYCE . . , , . . . Y . .President VELTA PERRY Y , , . . , Vice-President MARY MCLAUGHLIN Secretary EVELYN MYER Y reasurer REBECCA ARNOID Correspondzng Secretary The B I P rh oldest glrls soclal club m E H S has for th past five years carried on a program of servrce and lmprovement of socral llfe 1n Ellclns I-Ilgh School This club IS sponsored by MISS O Connor, whose loyalty and en thuslasm have been very much apprecxated On October 15, of thrs year, the pledges were announced and th re followed a weelc of glee for the memb rs wrth a week of torture for th 1n1t1ates As a flttrng clrmax for a week of trrals and trrbulatrons nh formal 1n1t1at1on, wrth ofhcers and promrnent members talcmg part, was h ld at ch hom of the presx dent, Mary Edrrh Joyce In collaboratlon wrth the Phl Omega, a town club composed of hlgh school glrls, the B I P sponsored the annual Football I-Iop which celebrates nh football VICIOFICS of Ellclns I-hgh School and provrd s an evenmg of recreatron for the athletes b fore they enter th basketball tralnrng season Other enjoyable soclal act1v1t1es were a dellghtful tea and handlcerclnef shower gxven at rho home of DeSales Shreve, 1n honor of Margaret Hedges, on of our members who moved to Wfashmgton On February 26 the I-I1 Y boys were served wxth a spaghettl supper, whrch was voted to b a complete success by everyone present Page 38 . , . . n Q . . ., .. . . ., e . . . . , . 0 0 . 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D V - . . , 6 SHUI' . .few , ,. , fe:-.4 1. .f .Le-Jlemef:-a:r:?,.:: - ,ff.:e-rem: A-4.11: 1-:aaa-se.1A.ru:m-L-1-e:,1amr:.:r-faffenflifr-1:1-swmvzzfsir I - ' ELKINS JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE ROBERT MORRIS Presxdent OWEN XVRIGHT Vzfe Preszdent B HOLLY GRIMM Treasurer WILLIANI S1BhRT Secretary MR GRrEN MR SHRtvf MR HUTTON MR WILNIOTH Sponsors The West Vlrgmla unxor Academy of Sclence, an organlzatxon for hxgh school students interested 1n sclentlfxc matters, IS a branch of the West Vlfglnla Academy of Sclenc , an assoctatxon of men and women who have recelved sclen trhc degrees The purpose of our organlzatxon, whlch recewed ltS charter only thxs year, IS to create a more actlve mterest 1n scrence among the students of Ellcms Hlgh School The club has meet1ngs twtce a month At one of these meetmgs busm ss IS dlscussed, at the other, experlments are performed and talks based upon SCICHIIHC knowledge are glven by memb rs Cnce each semester the members of the club talce a Held trxp to some pomt of sc1ent1f1c xnter st, so that the members of the club may supplement thelr study of theory by some pract1cal knowledge To remam 1n the club, each member IS requxred to take part 1n a program at least once durlng each school semester Though we are prrmarlly a group mterested 1n extendmg our knowledge of the world of SCICHCC, we sometlmes have socxal meetmgs that are very much enjoyed Elk1l'1S Hlgh School chapter of the Academy IS stlll IH IIS embryomc stage, but WC fECl that E1 great dffal l'l3.S b C11 21CCOITlpllSll9d alld WC l13.VC many IIIICFCSI lflg plans for the fLlU.1l'C Page 39 u rum 4 N 1 ux 1 1 x 11 mutt A er n 5 1 u h 1 glut r r v Smxt Nlcnl C rxmm f 'ax Cxpllnger 1: arm uno t tx nr lu e Htnmng P Smith Q N n 'Nl-nun n - 9 . Rn Our: G -s. Fu -tiloth-, C.a1pt-nu-1. K7-full, .-X, . ltV.n.w. Ad. x-on, Pam: . XY'.:"sls- 3 Sv. s, D - . 1. . lb t Run Tun: Brown. bl, Nlumv. Hal1ull1'l. l'l1,nn-s. lixzllugex. Nll. Hxlttnwlm. fNlx. XX'1lmoth. Burke, Xvoodfmd. Hull. Wvlw ma , las l, Ron 'l'lvt't': R f . 1. Monte. lsn-1. Wh' , Sub-mt, Nh, fin-en. X1 . Sh e 'tm l., f h, u s, Q Xsh. '. Q. v , Kon In-ur, T. lVlcV.ru. C. ll. G. ' 2. W'-bl-'. Lot mrs, Cnr: -mc , ' , . . . C Alb-rt. C. .loom-J. Kr-me s, . w we NATIONAL n Onc Hrll arun er u oss X1 nxnan rovm n un on we C no Hammr Tab Cort za hrrr raxfoxd Ou-xholt Moon krlly A 1 y u mm xX ard 'Vlorn 'Vlar uller Mr Hru ex Da ton Co I Albert NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY THEODORA AsHBY Presxdent CHARLES ALBERT I :ce Preszdenl Ames Ross Secretary MR BRUFFEY .Sponsor Cn February 19 1936 erghteen new members were taken IUIO the Natlonal Honor SOCIETY Thls year s mductlon ceremony was very different, but just as lm pressxve as ID former years Our sponsor Mr Bruffey mtroduced the program followed by the summcwng of the pledges by Delmar Martln After Theodora A hby conducted them to the stage ames Mar txller gave the purpose of the ocrety Owen Keren told of the symbo 1sm of nts emblem the keystone and the llammg torch l'reda Hammer explamed the S1gI1lflC3I1C6 of the flowers that had been placed cn the stage at the begtnn ng of the assembly The whlte ones stood for purlty chara ter pnlc dlv ne wlsdom lcholarshxp purple power leader shrp , red, courage servlce Flnally Fr da and Theodora, 3'S1SICd by four l wer classmen, pmned a flower of each color on every candrdate, then Mr McKee ad mmlstered the pledge to the new members The meetmgs are held at the homes ol the memb rs, where many worthwh'le and enjoyable hours are spent New officers are elected each semester NATIONAL PONOII SOCIETY If Z I Page . 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'Qi Q. - , -fy, fwfr, W! tl STUDENT COUNCIL DELMAR MARTIN Pfefldenf EAN GR055 I :ce Preszdent THEODORA ASHBY Sefrffdfy BETTY Smnrrono Treasurer The Student Councxl of Elkms Hugh School IS composed of representatlves from each of the four classes, a representatxve for each school orgamzatlon, and a faculty member Thls orgamzatxon opened the school year of 1936 wlth the f'-IFSI assembly pro gram, which struck the keynote of servlce to the school As tts mam project for the year, the members have chosen the task of obtalnmg the furmture for the stage In order to obtain money for thls project, the councll sponsored a serres of entertamments durmg lunch hour They have also assumed the problems of ushering, of carmg for our buxldlngs and grounds, of establtshlng a lost and found department, and of ccnductmg v1s1tors through our school They have sold many small pennants boostlng E H S This year, the three delegates who were sent to the state conventlon at Charleston, brought back much worthwhile lnformatlon Mass Wtlmoth ns the sponsor and Mr Shreve the faculty representative V hersell H0 Lvl1l'1errx Vcxlmnth l"l1mnl foldblg., C Kllx Hnunnn XY nlx Iron Ahby Nl kelly Nl 'Shreve Nl-Artm Gross Ar old Ml s Wrlmoth W ard 3 Nandewcnrrr Hall Swecker Starford Page 4l N ..-I lu 3 istsflx . 3 - ' "" ' 5.51 3 . mam Q Nc . 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Before us stands an orgamzatlon to whlch we pomt wrth unlmnted pr1de, our Ellcms High School Band Shortly before the Forest Festlval the members proudly donned for the hrst tlme thelr new umforms whnch were purchased by the parents aux1l1ary, a new and actlve orgamzatlon composed of the parents of the members of the band These new umforms added a spot of color and a fest1ve axr to all of our football games for no game was won or lost at whlch the band dld not play wlth 1ts characterlstrc pep and enthusxasm The students, 1n order to FCCCIVB a musxc letter thxs year, must be a member of a small ensemble group and gxve one or more public performances 1n that group The already excellent mstrumentatron has been enhanced by the adclmon of new mstruments and If IS hoped that an ent1re reed sectron w1ll be added rn the near future The band camp under the dlrectlon of Mr Reger, with the a1d of several capable and talented 1nstructors, was an 1mportant act1v1ty of last year The camp, composed of 120 members from Bellngton, Beverly Buclchannon Ellcwater Huttonsvllle, Mlll Creek, Montrose, Plclcens, and Ellcms, was held two weeks ln August Durlng th1s tlme regular clasfes were offered to begmners on ln truments, and those further advanced were glven the opportumty of learmng some new and beautlful numbers A concert was held each evening, e1ther by the band or by the orchestra At each concert many vlsltors were present, and thelr reports were sufhcnent to show the good work of both students and mstructorf On Sunday afternoon specxal concerts were applauded by a ho t of vrsxtors Mr Reger plans 1 band camp for th1s summer whlch has all appearance of being even blgger and better than the one last summer Those who attended last year hope that these plans mll ITl3ICI'l3llZ6 Page 42 Havent all of us, at some t1me dur1ng our four years 1n Elklns I-hgh School been lulled almost to sleep b the dlstant stra1ns of Beethovens Moonllght Sonata or Schu bert s Serenade, wh1le our teacher was do1ng h1s b st to explam Avogadro s Hypothes1s or the d1lference between an adverb and adject1ve9 Im sure that we all have, but have we really thought ofthe source of th1s mus1c" Perhaps, 1n a vague sort of way we have surm1sed that these pleas1ng stra1ns were commg from the hlgh school orchestra But how much do we really know about th1s organ1zat1on"' Is the per1od from eleven unt1l twelve oclock on Monday and Wednesday mormng one of relaxat1on for the forty boys and g1rls who assemble 1n the aud1tor1um'7 Talkmg to these students w1ll soon dlSP rse any doubts as to the purpose of the per1od they wxll tell you that the purpose lS to IUCFCHSC thexr knowledge of mus1c It IS the plan of thelr d1rector, Mr Wayne M Reger, to spec1al1ze 1n orchestral tra1n 1ng of a concert and symphon1c type Spec1al attent1on IS also g1ven to solo and ensemble work The orchestra IS proud that If can boast a full lnstrum ntatton and correct balanc1ng wh1ch are essent1al to any well soundlng mus1cal group The memb rs of th1s organ1zat1on have shown the1r w1ll1ngness to cooperate ln whatever way they may by plav1ng every Wednesday morn1ng 1n assembly and furmshlng the mus1c for any spec1al program One of the ma1n features of th1s group IS the short concert tours wh1ch are taken 1n th spr1ng of the year These tours glVC the members of the orchestra and also the A Capella Cho1r, who Wlll accompany the orchestra for the Hrst t1me thls year, someth1ng to look forward to as they work through the long w1nter months Our school IS very proud of the record made by both of these mus1cal organ1zat1ons nf artm 1 tr K1 1am -1 e t karts r'n-11 I 111 e R1 Q Hu man K soper b l at Mart1n1 Carroll lsmr Brlgg 'Vlontgomerx 'N c Daniel Pune n rc ro Kerr 'Nlxller C arrett Stemple Caplxnger XX 1 eman Nlr Reger Os erholt VS et 1: Adam Sponaugle Reese X an ox Iron Page 43 , , , . . . . . 1 Qt - 79 V . 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'T 11 XX 1u1,l1 1111 e1 umm 111 111 11 1 11111 1 11st ou 111 z W 1 t u egtr ra ur e v 1 P 11x Stowe-1 Isner H at R XX au1.,h Hagge-1:1 Nlooxt N1 1o n ru 1tLman 1 1 nn 1 wen 4 11111 llurner 1 11111 nc: 1 an ex un C mrn Sheets Pxoudfoot C111d11er l' Lowerx I H111 h111111 Chtnuweth lktllx -1yne n l' Co 11 s 0 nson W oodfovd l omlne 'Vlorron N K n t Cmlu Pmm W hu ll C11 lor Pre sz Runcld a1 GLEE CLUB If we would all take heed to Mr Regers slogan, Waste no t1me, I am sure we would be just as progresslve as our gle club for we do accompllsh thtngs Durlng the past year an extens1ve study was completed of the rucllments of musxc IH sulfedg1o and slght s1ng1ng, w1th partlcular emphasls on rhythm and syllable readlng Through such work as thls, our glee club has developed an ab1l1ty that compares favorably wxth other glee clubs 1n th state Durmg the last part of each semester, rh organlzatxon comes 1nto 1ts own, as It were Renew d mter st IS talcen because all the members loolc forward to the 1mportant publlc appearances that are comlng at all th commen ment act1v1t1es Fzrst Sopranov Theodora A hby Vary an-1 Ca'a1n Bobby Calhson, V1rg1n1a Carpenter, Florence Loontz NICOICDH Coontz ean Corley Mary Gxlloly M1ldred Hmchman Gladys ohnson, Betty ean Kem Dorothy Lowery Ehzabeth Mero, Opal McCau'ey Anna Mary McVaney, G ne Morton The'ma Payne, Sally Pmto, o Preysz, Rosemary R ynolds, Ann R1ce, Kathryn XVh1f6, and Ceceha Young Altos Naola Burke Eula Ch noweth Alvena Erzznger ean Gross, Wanda Gumm, Chr1st1ne Haggerty, Mary Margaret Hlll Cath r1ne Hovatter, Naomt Isner, Mary Yxrgmxa Moore, Velta Perry L1ll1an Pr ysz Wahna Sears, Katherln Stover, Alma Wamsley, Ruth Waugh Rath Wllmoth and Vlfglhla Yost Second Sopranos Ruth Corrlclc Ednth Currenfe Fdxrh Day Vxvvan Fansler, Mary Gardner, Madellne Grazlanl, Lucy Houchn uawta Kng Kltty Leake, Bernlce Lee, Elva Mae Lowery, Audrey Marstxller Thelmi Ph ll p Irma Runner, Glenna Sheets, Lora1n Slceen, Mlldred Waugh Harrwt Wh tsell Kathryn Whlte, and Mattlcla Woodford Page 44 sszmmt ms. 1'.:As.a.Lxs.a..-ar .ac rnanleauu uf .Lza.'4w.a:i:li:.-mlxunzaxuum , Y' N' wg. . . 722 V-1 .,:.. , I ,Al V, -L W . is W :rf A CAPPELLA CHOIR Dld you ever s1t quletly and llsten to the deep solemn notes of a p1p organ as lt blends rlch full chords together, producmg a beautxful harmonxous effect? Thus IS the pattern taken by our Elkins High School A Capella Cholr, a muslcal organxzatxon whlch xs stxll comparatlvely new to us One evenxng last semester, Mr Reger, our muslc Instructor, called together all Ellcxns High students who he felt were capable and explamed to them h1s new project, an A Capella Choxr, that ls, a choir of voxces wxthout an accompanlment At Hrst, of course, the project dld not seem to move wlth any great rapldxty but gradually the smgers learned to Hr their V01C9S together wxth a very pleasmg effect Now as one quletly hstens to them smg he IS moved by strxkmg resem blance to a great plpe organ as thexr voxces are ralsed ln a crescendo or lowered to a whxsper by a dlmuendo The members mclude Altos Vrvlan Fansler, Freda Hamner, Marle Kelly uanxta Kmg, Wahna Sears, and Alene Wh1teman Basses Gllbert Coonts, ohn Lynn Hall Charles Reese, Robert Sponaugle ack Stemple, and W1llard Ward Tenors ohn Flsher, ean Gross, Augustme Hammer, Catherme Hovatter, Naomx Isner, Margaret Kelly Delmar Martxn, Velma Perry, Alma Wamsley, Phxl Wlllxams, and Ruth Wxlmoth Sopranos Vxrgmla Carpenter, Nlcolena Coonts, Gladys ohnson, Rebecca Mor FISOH, Glenerrah Wxlmoth, Loulse Wlseman, and Theodora Ashby Ptamst Mae Overholt . . . . , 3 , . c -f Q n M , - : , J 5 J 2 v J 7 Run Ons: Nlnrrnsnu. Koontz. W'm-man, johnson, Fan,-lor, Hamm-r, Gros., Vfhnrenxan. Kung, lk ll Reese, Sponougle, Cnontw. Hall. Gross, Nlarun. Wnllxams. Kelly, Carpenter, R-In Tlvvcv: Stemple Ovuholt A y ' s', . . -,'xs..nr. I l l l l l VC amley Nlr Reger Hnvatttr l' Her lxe Pun Page 45 'C ' ' W at It Wm gf! CCA Hlllfili Cx0IlSLIV'if10l1 Corp fa up xxlti ts group ui hung loxx bllll mgs 1t L x v xl xxs Vlonongihela Nqtloml forut Though rhxxx amps in under thx dmxt Sl1pLI'XlS1OIl of uhm Lhutxd Stqtu Armx rhx Forxv Quxnx plans and supxr xms tu xx wr om wx tu nmol mx om ru forut mx tu xoxmg mm mm Ld hxmhtmg from thx xxcxrlx that 18 om Y tu forur Il L 1 mxn mx tx mm mu I1 for I '29 L C . C . . M P AC4"' , ' fv' fax. "1 ijb 7 v. ' 'JU' and 's Qarefulh' laid-out walks. is a familiar fixoht lo all vw "Sit rhc I' -fkd xI'l11'.lU'. H1 I-:wg . 311' x X llx X fi ' Q A - ' ' J X: 'ox' I - - suis rl L' 'llv X -fl lclrs. fx 1 M' Z Ei f M1127 FW gfnijfigkmffx ,vm xwf ? xh,..zvN-"""v " 4' fi!" 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BAISI Sometrmes a basketball champ1onsh1p gets re sults 1n other sports When we won the state champ1onsh1p 1n 1926 we were rewarded through the efforts of Mr N I Hall by gettlng our football fzeld We won agam last year and the completlon of our stad1um was the result The name stadlum covers not only the teel and con crete stands but also the runnmg track the flag pole the wooden seats the scoreboard and every thnng else 1ns1de the steel fence and even the practxce Held outslde The project promoted by the Alumnr A SOCIH txon was made posslble by F E R A and W P A labor The general commrttee xn charge of W MER ADI me pro ect was a follows Ke th Cunmngham t1tle for land Cyrus Kump approval of project Bonn Brown plans Blaxr Slmons hnanclal cam paxgn supervrsor Kenneth Coberly publlclty Harry B Moore construction Mr McKee ad vrser To Coach Wxmer also due credlt must b given for h1s untxrrng efforts to make the project a reallty Margaret Buzzell ably 3SSlSI8d the COmm1tt6C ID collectmg the S4 000 whlch was raxsed by popular subscrlptlon As a consequence of the efforts of these loyal alumn1 we have a stadlum whlch we can use elther ln dayllght or dark as the srxty thousand watt lxghts make the field as brlght as day On September 28 the stadlum was dedrcated and named Wlmer Fleld rn honor of our own coach The game at th1s t1me was played be tween Elkxns Hlgh and Parsons Hlgh the Trgers wmmng 1n the last mlnute by a score of 13 9 Page 4E ' Z .. . 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X 4 I X E d A h sta Kpd H s a Coed Pb P H Thxs years lettermen tn football were Captam Albert Balsl Pete Antol1ne Yost Cunnlngham Rlchard Hockenberry Robert RICE Wlllard Campbell Meade Burr ames Ward Arnold Herman B111 Goldberg Arlan Cappadony Wayne Wolverton Holly Grlmm Dale Currence Bernard Phare Elwood Goodman Dale Ellls Gtlbert Coonts Charles Arbuthnot Charles Godwtn and Managers ack Stone and Edwin Lang The efforts of these boys gave the seventh post non tn the Blg Ten conference to Elklns Hlgh School Albert B31S1 was picked on the all con ference football team whlle Cunnmgham Anto lme and Herman recetved honorable ment1on When the All State teams were chosen Alb rt BBISI was selected on the second team at the tackle positron and Yost Cunmngham recetved honor able mention for the end posltton Several of the lettermen are senlors and wxll not be wlth us next year They are Albert B3lS1 Yost Cunningham Richard Hockenberry Dale Currence ames Ward Wayne Wolverton Bet nard Phares Holly Grlmm Gilbert Cocnts Charles Godwm and Charles Arbuthnot Elkrns played her flrst season on her own new neld and the first night football game exer play d tn thls sectton of VUest Vlrgmla when she defeated R1dgely Hlgh School Page 49 Elkms Elkms Elk ns Elklns Elkms Elkvns Elkms Elkins Elktns Elk1ns 11 H S FOOTBALL SCORES 1935 Alumnl Belmgton Parsons Victory Rldgeley Grafton Weston 7 Shmnston O Buckhannon 0 Morgantown HI RN1-KN HOCKENBERRY ' ' 'i 'i l f l Keudmg from left lo n ht: Grove, . Cunningham. Rois. Van evcnder. Hammer. tbut not. i more. Phares. o e. Corrick. unter. Rrlev. ellers. Stone 1lVlanager1. Dalton. Tabscott. Nlams. Poltng. W'ar . Niarstlller. Hess. Calain. Brown. Darnell. Talbott, W'1mer. Lang 1lVlanageri. Phrlltps. Vvright. Godwin. Goodman. Sutton. Coonts. York. Grimm. ,a :1 onv. Cam ell. Phares. Phtlln s, Ellts. Yolltes, Wfard, Herman. Wblverton. Y. Cunningham. ocken berry, Bam ICapta1nl. Currence. Antollne. Gold erg. Rice. Burr. . , . . E ' 1 1 . 1 ' ' 6 1 1 A ' 6 1 1 ,I 1 9 1 I 1 1 I 05 ' 1 1 I 1 . ' ' 7 -51 1 1 V 1 1 U 1 I -l ' I 9 13 . . . . . - S 0 I I r 5 13 1 1 ' , . . Q , ., , . . i . .9 1 1 1 J 1 1 ' 3 1 ' ' , . Durmg the 1935 football season the Elkms H1gh School team won four and t1ed one of thexr ten games Although the Txgers lost four con ference jousts won but one and txed another the eleven gamed more ground than several of the1r conquerors Alumm 6 Elkxns 0 The old grads sure had a tough t1me puttmg lf over on the young eleven The Tlgers played well for the1r start showlng promxse for a successful season The Wlmermen won the1r first tussle w1th a scholastlc team from a strong Bellngton eleven by the score of 19 to 6 Sensational runs by the backs and the lmproved blockxng of the 11nemen won th1s game In the last perlod of the thr1ll1ng dedlcatlon game the Elkms Hlgh gr1dders spurted ahead to gam a last mmute vlctory over Parsons by the urprlsmg score 13 to 9 Ram and sleet prevented fast stepplng OECHSIVC plays but the sensatxonal hne drlves of both teams furmshed the fans plenty cf exc1tement The Elklns Hlgh School football team suffered the1r hrst defeat at the hands of the Vxctory Hrgh School Eagles by the score of 12 to 0 The Elkins lads held the VICIOFY Eagles to the1r lowest score of the season A fast shlftmg offense paved the way to the VICIOEY success The contest was played before ueen S1lv1a VI and her court Elkms I-hgh lost the1r first game on forelgn soxl to Weston Hlgh by a 146 mark The Elkms Txgers had ltttle trouble gettlng w1thxn str1k1ng dxstance but could not penetrate Westons goal l1ne defense Although on the short end of the score Elkms was on the long end of the first downs leading 15 to 10 S Page 50 f A s T 5 , A A L S L O N B A I SY I S S E Shlnnston scored twxce 1n the la t quarter to beat the Ellcms Hlgh Tlgers 13 to 7 The T1gers held the upper hand for three quarters but were unable to st p Shmn ton s rally 1n the hnal pertod The wmnxng touchdown wa started on ts way when Shlnnstcn lntercepted an Elk1I1S pass on the Ellclns thlrty yard line Elkins Hlgh wa held to a scorele s tle on the Wesleyan grldlron by thexr old rlval Bu lchannon Several long runs by the Tigers put Elkins wlthm scormg dlstance but they were unable to cross th goal lme Ellclns football fans w tne sed thexr hrst night Football game 1n the new Wlmer Stadlum when the Tlger defeated Rldgeley 37 to 7 Coach Ball s mexperxenced team fought hard but was no natch for the stronger T1gers Thls was the first nght game ever played by an Ellcms Hlgh School feam ZJrZ7UmI Morgant wn High School defeated Ellclns Hlgh School 13 to 0 m a hard fought game The Mor gantown baclc tallled one touchdown on a ong run and the other on a pass The Tlgers came back durmg the econd half 1n thelr characterlstlc style and carrled the ball well IHIO the enemys terr1tory but were unable to score The Ellclns T1gers won the most thrtlllng game of the cntlrc season from Grafton by the margm of 19 to 14 Ellcms scored first when the Grafton afety man dropped a punt and lt rolled over the g al l e Grafton then scored on a pass make xt 7 7 Ellcms then drove down the field for another marker but Grafton retallated to score also makmg the c unt 14 13 1n thelr favor Ellcms agaxn durmg the last mmute to play made a long drlve to vxctory t ld Page 5I Q- w .Q - O . . - . ' I 71 ' D, - . 5 , ' C2 - l . . t TT TT un ' . l U , . . . 'n "1 ' I l - 7 ul l "' . . A V M ' .. ? . - . 2 va . . 2' 2. 5 m F I L: 2' ' ' l al. 1 ' ... 9- 3 Q O - ' v ' ts 3 F . , ' . . I ' rn C1 . ' I I . w - . W . l I ,- l A rv ' , . O ' cn Z C 70 CAPT. CUNNINGHAM Elkins High School,s basketball team for 1936 finished the regular schedule after winning twenty- l:lVC and losing seven games. Princeton's victory, one of our seven defeats, was later awarded Elkins by a score of 2-0 by the West Virginia State Board of Athletics, because of the ineligible play- ers used by Princeton. In twelve of these games Elkins was competing with "Big Tenn members. Of these twelve games Elkins won eight and lost four. Two were lost to Morgantown and the remaining two went to Shmnston This record obtained for Elkins High School fourth place in the Big Ten con ference One victory out of their two games with Morgantown would have given Elkins a tie with Shlnnston at first place but even though the Elkins team lost by only one point in one case they were not able to defeat the Red and Blue cagers Morgantown therefore took first place in the conference BASKETBALL SEASON I Elkins Elkins Eikins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins Elkins k SCORES FOR 1936 Thomas Alumni Princeton Clendennin Parsons East' Fairmont Morgantown Belington Mill Creek Weston Buckhannon Shinnston Victory Mill Creek Weston Buckhannon Belmgton Wheeling Weirton Victory Shinnston Morgantown East Fairmont 936 8 .36 , 0 29 24 24 30 27 , 12 ,.12 32 34 28 Pa 52 . A 5 35, is 11 , 1 , , ' ., 54, , ,. 31 , ' , Q, , ,, ' . . , 37? 30 . . ' ' 54g ' 28 . ' ' . . . ' . . 425 i 36 . 3 ' , ' 423 ' . 52 - ' ? - ' 38g ' 25 , ' 35g ' 38 , , , ' 14g 23 ' , ' 46g I 29 Phares, Morris, Hoc enberrv, Grimm, ge ' 4f" ., - A - ' . " 1 ,-h., W ,. - -, E - V ,- 4.,,g-up -- 1- - I - 1. -mi , f ' b XX d ELMNSPHGHSCHOO Elkms Hlgh School s basketball team proved to be the champs of thelr section ln the annual Sec tlonal Basketball Tournament The hrgh school s Tlger qumtet forged 1ts way to the finals by de featmg phlllppl 41 to 24 and the Coalton FIVE 52 to 22 Next they met Belmgton who had de feated Beverly 61 to 6 and Tygarts Valley 60 to 23 and beat them 43 to 27 These vlctorles won Elkms first place whlle second went to Bellngton Coalton won the consolatlon game and was awarded thlrd place THE ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM WAS Wllmoth of Belmgton Forward Stalnaker of Coalton Forward Cunningham of Elkms Center Phares of Elkms Guard BHISI of Elkms Guard The Elkins Hlgh team along with other sec tronal wmners represented their sectxon 1n the Reglonal Tournament at Grafton The first con test was the West Falrmont Jane Lew game whlch the Falrmont Polar Bears won by a score of 38 to 25 In the next game the Txgers had lrttle dlfhculty 1n defeatmg the hnghly rated Umversxty Hugh team by a margm of 50 to 18 Flnally Elkms overcame the West Falrmont qumtet ln the Hnals by a 49 to 38 score THE ALL TOURNAMENT SELECTIONS WERE Rldgley of West Falrmont Forward Chepko of University Hlgh Forward Cunningham of Elkxns Center Kosko of West Faxrmont Guard Balsl of Elkins Guard The Twenty th1rd Annual State Tournament Page 53 L SBASKHBALLTEAM was played by Elkins Wheeling Charleston Glen Rogers Rowlesburg Webster Sprlngs I-Iuntmg ton and Wa hmgton Irvlng High Schools The opemng contest was won by Washmgton Irvlng over Glen Rogers by the score of 36 to 33 Next the Elkms Txgers defeated Charleston 55 to 32 The third game went to Wheelmg over Web ster Sprmgs 27 to 31 and the fourth game to results brought Elkms and Washmgton Irvmg along wlth Wheelxng and Rowlesburg to the seml finals Elkins defeated Washmgton Irving 35 to 27 1n a clo e game but Wheeling had llttle trouble beatmg Rcwlesburg 58 to 25 In the fmals the Elkins Tlgers lost to Wheelmg by a 37 to 35 score after a close game Yost Cunningham of Elkms was gxven the cen ter posmon of the All Tournament team and B111 Hess and Albert BRISI made the second team BAISI 'flint im. -VMI - ' 2 3' . 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'5"' A M ' ' ' ', I A The Elkms High T1gers opened the1r 1936 basketball eason with a VICIOFY over Thomas They had llttle trouble defeatlng the team 5 to 38 The Alumms team two games later, handed the T1gers their flrst defeat The graduates trong qumtet defeated them 36 to 18 Elklns flrst Big Ten conference battle took place on the home floor agamst the East Faxrmont five The Elklns team fought hard and hnally won a vxctory 43 to 24 The next contest, however, was a dxfferent story The Elkins Tigers lost the1r second Blg Ten game ln three years by a margm of one pomt The strong Morgantown team won the game 30 to 29 as a result of a goal whlch was ln the alr when the whxstle blew ending the game In the1r next game Elk ns steadlly overcame the Bellngt n Hawk beatlng them 40 to 27 The Tigers handed Buckhannon Upshur their first defeat of the sea on when they played on the Buckhannon floor Elkins took the fast hard played game to the tune of 37 to 30 In the1r Elkins gymnasxum the T1gers defeated Weston for the second t1me thls season Elk ns played well and allowed Weston to crack thelr defense for goals only once ln each quarter Thrs and a fa t offense bullt up a 38 to 12 score The flghtlng Tigers defeated a brllllant Wheel mg Hlgh team at Wheellng 42 to 36 Both teams H G C. mpb ll H 141 2 'X l'-' Dal: Tb A 5 viii? SthNl h C hW1m lows- M were evenly matched provldmg a fast excxtmg hard fought game The lead traded hands flfteen tunes durmg the game and the score was tled elght t1mes The followmg mght a large Welrton team de feated the somewhat fatrgued T1gers by a 52 to 42 mark The T1gers came through for a vlctorlous flmsh by defeatmg East Falrmont m the seasons hnal game 46 to 29 The Txgers were urged on toward vlctory dur mg the season by a large cheermg delegatlon led by Cheerleader Margaret Kelly N1XRh-XR! 1 lxl 1 l x srl rl t cn ul 1. f 1-no Page 54 R-an Om-: ockenf berry, Kellev. ood- m a n . Na e . Goldber. B u r r . - Nlarstiller. R i C e . E ,.. H f Xxlolv rton. R rr 1:- , f ' . -', 'I'u'o: C a l a x n . X xt' N' Ez- - Phares. Ona :wmv Darnell. Skidmore. T., Cf r o p p. a scott. L Conway. Cunmml' , ham, Kun' Thru: , Manager lbert. Q 'ellers. Melo, Sl- bext, 'ml . acom- ber, lVlams, Buzzell, -Q-S Rus , Tlano. Row A Four: oat 7' ef- K Cox. Hensll. NYP- Hammer. Brown. Mr, cKee, 7 , 7 s ' ' . - . ., . . , . . . , . . . s ' . ' ' . , . . . . . , , . , . o S, . ' a v r , ' - v . f 41 1- fmm mm fum- tm e 7 ' HI i ' , Ff!:9f',. -- ' A - K APTAIN XVOI VI RT ON! Last year Coach W1 mer bullt a track team around a nucleus of s1x letter men Thts team won every meet except the state meet and many records fell before the1r flymg feet A combmatlon Alumm and Inter class Meet was held first The Alumm were defeated by a score of 154W to 442 Four records were broken and one tied The 1un1ors the present sen1ors won wxth 68V pomts The sophomores scored 30, the seniors, 24, and the freshmen 13 Such a record as thus promlses us a successful team for 1936 Elkms emerged from the Seventh Annual Mo nongahela Valley Track Meet the wlnners Rec ords were shattered One state record was cracked whlle three meet records tumbled and four others were tled The team s scores were Elkms, 116' East Falrmont 65 2 3 Parsons 37 Grafton 10 and Tygarts Valley 8 The next week Elkms trlumpned tn the S'xth Annual Blg Ten Meet at Clarksburg on May 4 Captaln Blggle Goldberg led tue meet wtth l6'4 p IDIS to help his team accumulate 79 pomts He won every event he entered East Falrmont made 56 1 5 po nts, Washmgton Irv ng, 52 2 5 Mor gantown, 45 1 5, and Grafton 3 Three rec ords fell and two were tled Elkms VICIOFY m the Slxteenth Annual Sec tlonal Meet was her fourteenth vxctory rn such a meet Captam Goldb rg Hammer, Wllhelm, Corrlck, Herman, Mero, Baxsx, Currence, and Rexrode qualxhed to go to Morgantown Elk ns scored 99 pomts, I-Illlsboro, 3851, Parsons, 35 Greenbank, 34 Marlmgton, 11 Grafton, 82 Buckhannon Upshur l Three records were broken At Morgantown 1n the State Meet our boys dlcl better than the year before by w1nn1ng tenth place wxth ten polnts The boys broke two Elkins Hlgh School records, ln thelr attempt to wtn S1xteen fellows won the letter E last year Four of these have returned to carry on under Coach Wlmer and Captain Wayne Wolverton Our track has been wldened to permlt stx lanes of hurdles Because we have one of the best tracks tn the state, there IS talk of holdmg the state track meet here next year Rm One Cox Haddlx A Hammer Bennett Herman Lalarn T 'Vlero R Hocker1herrw B Corrlclt 'VI Goldberg Wrlhelm NX Rexrode D Qurrne Wolverton Skidmore Wingfield Rlcc Hunter as In Coat Wlmer Hlnkle Buzzle Ross Thomas fxrrmm Moore Morrxs E Corrrclt Sarnato Nye H Currence llnn Marstlller Albert Collett Kelley L Hammer XX Goldberg l Rexrode Nlanagcr lVlcNlorrow Rm lhrre Manager Sweclter Whiteman S Hockenberrv Dougla Cunmnglfam Nlacornber lang, Ferguson l' B Corrrcl-t Howell Shreve Dalton Poe Coon! Arbuthnot Snaffer Hess Bars: B Nlero 'Vlanaper Trickett Page 55 C v v- H ' . f, f 9 9 1 . . I . . ' ' ' ' t' - as - te ' - as 1 - r S , . i . . - a 1 ' ' ' . , . . . . 9 . . .. , - - a ' 5 9 a - - , . . J Q . l ,Z . . ' , . . ' ' - ec 77 . , I . V, . . Q, . r ' : ' . . .... ' . . A . . '. . . - - . 'T '. , ' r c . V ' , ' . ' '. . . Rv 0: , h , , v . . . . , . f '. . ', . 'A' . - - . ' . . s. . n . ' . . '. . .. . . . . . . 3 5, . . Y . . . '. . , . . ' , Wm 415 UNTAIN S ATE STIV w 'IJXLIIISL nur IL t im I n ltc ur run s to umm mm us our Q1 c mu ll 1 ir lX tu 1 iscn s mx I lm sp011soIsth4 Mmmtim 111 gum tu mpmr11n1tx In fl Ul 5 tmrcugu lar thu 'UL m u 1 umnrmd mm tm xx r mf tu rm I Lrxm Q I01lQ1lN1INlIOL1S dup Q IILX L 1 MLnmu1r 1m mm LOIOIVUIOII urmmnx To Oman lx 429 Q, M 0 ' T F O R E S T F E A L Tr . w 'Yiwu . I oi x" xo 'ff 1 J. ' k' ' "1 5 Jvlx' ml "1l'lls'dcs. 1- ' vo of 1 ' 'ct 's s vl ' ills 5 5 Q ' .Q Statc Forest Festival muh Qctolwr. Tlmsc xx 110 umm' to this cclclwration lwy ' " :kc fp: l wg! KIM' "vest: ni- .cq .' - 'I ls 'wk v- lvI'1o"'s '4"'l1' Ll " 5 law: :mi I arc CIHCl"flil1CLJ lm' . SI -'Z ' 1. , 'df ul ' ' . ' " X ' A r' X U S1 'in jx JX F WY W ff WS f 'V f 13 MR KG INII ifi INZI CfQD IFE .N ,,?Efff1 FN iw 1 ffgff .I Ark, f fs 4 Q 9 jr' A 1 4 ' H xg, A A N X , 5 I, , f K A FA K L LX xp MI :Nw AA A 1- ,li?Ql5 V AM: , 2fff i f MISS FUSS MR. POXVERS SPONSORS OF THE CLASS OF '36 Four years ago a crowd of naive, frightened boys and girls entered Elkins High School as freshmen All the misgivings that we were prepared to suffer lasted, however, only a very short time, as we soon found that we were not alone in that puzzling madness that IS high school life to a freshman We discovered that we had friends, two friends In the four years that have passed, they have never failed us, they have always been there when we have needed them true, dependable, and wisely tolerant One of these friends of ours was a very small person, a busy, energetic person with a charm all her own She has always been interested in us, in our activities, 1n our problems, and has constantly been eager to lend us her a1d in every possible way By her side was a courteous young gentleman, who lllce herself seemed to find us an engaging class of boys and girls We, in turn found him someone worth while He had that degree of d1gn1ty that b com s an instructor, together with a disarming smile and genlal manner that won us at once These two have given us of th lf energy their faith, and their assistance In the time that has elapsed since that Septemb r day four years ago, they have trans formed us from an incoherent crowd into an organized group of seniors who we hope will carry into life with them the high standards that they have been taught Our class wishes to express our appreciation to Miss Fuss and Mr Powers for the splendid spirit they have shown, and we lcnow that each and every student sincerely respects them for the fine advisers they have b en and truly likes them for the genuine people that they are Page 58 e . , ' . . . 6 G . , . 9. . . . . s. , . . . 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FOREST FESTIVAL SCHOOL PARADE Each year the schools of Randolph County play an lmportant part m maklng our annual Mountaln State Forest Festn al a success One of the xmportant features of the Hrst day of the festlval of 1935 was a s hool parade entltled A Fantasy of the Months Thls pageant conslstlng of tw lve unlts each representlng ln a very elfectxve and spectacular manner a month of the year was arranged by Mxss Vxrgmxa Brlght an elementary teacher of Elkms These unlts were dwlded among the var1ous schools of the county anuary Ellcxns unlor H1gh School February Montros Commumty March St Brendans School of Elkxns Aprll Th1rd Wfard School of Elklns May Coalton Hxgh School September Dry Fork DISIFICI Octob r Central School of Ellclns Novemb r Roar mg Creek Dlstrxct and Decemb r P1clc ns and Helvetla The Ellclns High School banner carrled by Vlrgmla Fredloclc and Lucy Houchxn came first ln our sectlon of the parade The band resplendent 1n the glory of thelr new orange and black unlforms followed A placard bear1ng the sxgn of the zodxac for une announced the month that we were representlng Then several groups of boys and glrls representlng somethmg characterlstlc of th1s month approached Flrst there were a number of senxors wearlng caps and gowns 1nd1 catlng the lmportance of the month to high school students Then twenty slx glrls 1n tennls costumes and twelve boys 1n golf costumes reminded us of two popular une sports The Tom Thumb weddxng wh1ch completed our presentatlon brought forth enthusxastlc applause from the spectators Ruth Moats the brlde Ralph Wheeler the groom and Verl Corley the mtnlster wlll surely not look more ser1ous at their own weddmg HI H LHOOI FI OAI PGHT WOPLU Page 59 .7 . ' . ' Q! I' 5' 7 ,, . .. D . . . . , c , 7 , . :J , J 4 , 2 9 , - 7 7 3 9 9 . .I . . D . 7 7 ei 9 L7 . . i 0 . 9 . , c, V. . 9 7 ' 7 , . ' 1 a ' J - , , ' 7 7 7 9 9 7 G SI . . 1 .1 gmf' at i . . RZ, - ..., Phil, our drum major . . . Bunk, our basketball manager, dress d in his best . . . A dog's life in the spring with Louise and Freda . . . Our Boss and his Boss . . . Miss Rider talzes time out after check- ing the Tiger . . . Days of hard life for G. A. A. pledges . . . Pat, our May Fete Queen . . . June Division of The Mountain State Forest Festival School parade . . . Our May Fete princesses with their escorts . . . The old swimmin' hole On the way to Victory . . . The school bus . . . Still on the way to Victory . . . Last day at band camp . . . Shre1'e's truck full of empty stomachs . . . The bubble dance of the May Fete . . . Au- tumn Queen . . . Taclzy Day's sweetie Pies . . . Ah, the villairr and the hero . . . Pretty, please . . . Our Forest Festival Princes: . . The cheerleaders of the Sec- tional Tournament March on march on ln autumn ttme Our school parade Was very ne Lend your lzght To the Ttger Staff A t szx each ntght Sknng sleddmg we 0 ten go On college hzll There s lots of snow Sunlight, moonlight, Thawing ponds, Hitch-hike time M akes ragahonds AS Tl-IE SEXXSQNS 15. Care ree happy That s the way All semors dress On Tacky Day In the sprmgttme I ve been told A oung man s anc Makes htm bold Sprmgtzme Mayttme 4 ueens and beauty GAA t er arms tts duty Dreamtng restmg N 0 more studtes Our lwes encumber RCDLL ARCDUND A U U KD 3 v 3 E' Sv-, U Pic ' . Q . Xe s. 'S+-. vs ' , . fi 2 ' ' N' E ' ' s. , U' . 2 X, N- . . 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Ri i .DI . . . DAVIS AND ELKINS COLLEGE U77177167' 6587071 6715 Mon ay M716 8 Courses preparatory to the MIUISIFY Law ancl MCdlClHC Majors m Biology Chem mstry Pl1ys1calSc1ence Matlmematxcs Soc1alSc1ence French and Engltslm Collegx ate Elementary College Course for teachers Commercxal Courses meetlng requtre keeping and Accountxng Elkzns Hlgh School Graduates have established envzable records at Daws and Elkms College DAVIS AND ELKINS IS YOUR COLLEGE Any Information Gladly Gwen CHARLES E ALBERT Actmgpresulent HARRY WHETSELL B VIRGIE HARR1 COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS AND CARDS CLASS JEWELRY AND EMBLEMS ENGRAVED WEDDING STATIONERY BOOKLET STYLE DIPLOMAS CAPS AND GOWNS BAND UNIFORMS Engraved and Printed Letterheads and Envelopes MERRELLS, INC Eslablrshed 1921 CLARKSBURG, W. VA. The School Invxtatzon and Jewelry House S 5 Op J , J 4 . . 1 , . . : . . . , . 7 I I 9 ' 7 h l 7 7 D 3 l ments for teaclmersg Certiflcates in Commerce. Stenograpliy and Typewriting, Boolc E. , usiness Manager S, Registra It Pay to Trade With GOLDBERG AND SONS DEPARTMEINT STORE ELRIINS WEST VIRGINIA Smce 1912 A Good Store 111 a Good Town CIGARS LIGHT LUNCH SODAS For Bvttvr Drug Storm Service ea e S Drug tore Tygart Pharmacy Phone 188 Phone 210 ELRINS WEST VIRGINIA BCI O 67'U7C6' THE TYGARTS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF ELKINS ELKINS Vs EST VIRGINIA T116 M071 S tore CLOTHING HATS SHIRTS AND SHOES COFFMAN SELLS IT FOR LESS L. Nl' VS The nzafs' 'S CHANNELL GROCERY COMPANY I GROCERIES CONFFCTIONS FLOUR FEED ROOFING DISTRIBUTORS OF GOLD BAND AND SILVER BAR CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS PHONES AND 44 LIRINS W xx YOLII' Eclucat O S N T Complete U tl Yo H C Le rnecl WEST VIRGINIA LUMBER COMPANY THE GULLAND CLARKE CO W oles 1 e s ELKINS WEST VIRGIINIA Tl H ELKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO Bu lcfers S bp? es TD C B ck P1851 and LITUC lncnrpnratvd Who csalc Distributors ' 1 4 9 9 9 1345 4 If . '. I n 0 n u av a to Utilize properly Non-Xvorlcing Hours ' 'V . . 1 11 a e Groc r , I " IC ousc of Quality", . , . 1 u 1 Lu E r. ri . Sand. ' er. Cement BOYD WEESE e alsto e BORN IN 1875 STILL GOING STRONG COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS he Ohm B lt Randolph Chevrolet ompany Ompany 5 Th d S ELKINS W VA The HO7716 O cl 5 U 6 ELKINS W VALLEY SUPPLY COMPANY 1171, f HARDWARE MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES LI RINS WEST VIRGINIA Gen T 7' J . wi C f Goo Clothesn Phone . u5Ll76'S 67' fc or I . . VA. 0 CYS 0 SPECIAL SUMMER OPENING NOW rs the tmze to enroll fall at the 0 ce wrztc or teleplmm 2150 or complete Ill ormatzou est VITQIDIR Busmess CoIIege B CAIN P CI XRKSBURC W trong progressfve trx here IS t standmg Xvoman 5 tore CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Mernber 0 the Federal Reserve THE FAIR CO System and Federal Deposit In mance f Orporalmn MIRACLE BEAUTY SALON PERMANENTS NQVELTIES HAIR DRESSING COSMETICS Telephone 44 215 THIRD STREET EI IXINQ XX NA f ' f - W . A . . . A T. . , resident , ' Q, '. VA. In Part of the COUU' S . T h Une Ou - T S Q f THE DARDEN COMPANY dlbbs FLOUR FEEDS GRAIN AND FIELD SEEDS ELKIINS WEST VIRGINIA DAVIS TRUST COMPANY bl I d 1899 DGES A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS THE LIGHT IDEA IS THE RIGHT IDEA MONDNGAHELA SYSTEM h TRICKETTS 311 RCVICW THIRD STREET MARIXET A COMPLETE FOOD 52 5 MARKET I-IKIINS XX EST NIR! INIA 394 111.15 vs V Nlanufacturers an 0 er 9 9 1 , , Esta isle Your Accoun! and Business Solicited bb 5" hh 5' L 5 T e f 0 I avis Avenue H I I I Phone ' 4 et Elk' '. v. . CITY RESTAURANT AND HOTEL DAVIS AVENUE EARLE S MEAT MARKET HOME DRESSED MEATS AND GROCERIES GAINER S TAXI Thanks Call Again RADIOS Phone 35 Phone 30 I H ELDER bl II SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY MODERN SCHOOL SUPPLIES I-I KINS WEST VIRFINIA Mounta1n tate Garage Authorized Dealer HUDSON TERRAPLANE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Harper Gas ancl O1 ompany AMOCO AND ORANGE AMERICAN GAS 1311 MODERNIZE WITH GAS Thermostatic Gas Appliances Insu lated Gas Ranges Galvamz cl Water Heaters Easy Ironers and Refriger ators C SBA Gas Co Compliments f HARRY MOORE 1 S 1 9 Y Esta isliec 901 f Q . L . ' ,1 416 Telephone Elkins, VV. Va. 1 . . - C , - , ' 2 a 9 ' ' Phone - Elkins, W2 Va. 1 Secon . 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' Complimvnls of Ivnnf' e mf .,. . - Special fn! ins, ' es ir inia COLEBANK S FOR SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES RANDOLPH GARAGE DE SOTO AND PLYMOUTH CARS N gm .1 Day S PHONE 370 ELKINS W VA West Ma Creamery PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA COMPLIMENTS H B MARTIN COAL MARTIN SNYDER CO ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA OI' t 6 BEST 111 Loca tate and Nat 0118.1 News ELKINS INTER MOUNTAIN J B In-eve entraI Me at a FRESH AND CURED MEATS DAVIS AVE PHONE 195 RANDOLPH ENTERPRISE PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA ot mg an Shoes SEE JACOB S ECONOMY STORE Q Incorporated i an ervice I' ' OF Phone 68 - ' Davis Avenue F la ' 1. S 1 . . S C M rket 2 8 . For Cl 11' cl MCMANUS MARKET GOOD THINGS TO EAT COMPLIMENTS Kelly Foundry Ee? Mac 1116 Cropp LHHCIIS Baker MILK MAID BREAD 25 T th St ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA BAER S Excluswe Women 5 Wear Prmtzess Coats and Suits Gold Strnpe Hosiery Munslngwear EI KINS Whetsell s Insurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE FIRE AUTOMOBILE IIFE ACCIDENT THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE O H TAYLOR SERVICE STATION 24 Hour Service COMPLIMENTS temp e s amtary tore Opp t FRANK R McCLAIN R Wo d Eff Sons O cial Jewelers or the flass 0 37 OF li Co. ' 1 ' Y Incorporated ' 9 Phone 1 en reet , Davis Avenue . 1 7 Fourth Street and Randolph Avenue 9 s 4 - . 1 OF Representing , , CI. . o S 1 S Incorporated . f , osie the High School I WATRINC.-3 GARAGE DGDGE-PLYMOUTH CARS AND TRUCKS CTVICC Thlrd Street Phone 453 ELKINS WEJT VIRGINIA COMPLIMENTS A Eg P STORES OF ELKINS FINE QUAI ITY FOODS ECONOMICALLY PRICED A E DROPPLEMAN P E McFADDEN A W RULE 41 A mx O 1 1 OF fi 1 .Manager 120 Third Street Managvr IU7 Randolph :Irermc . awr 3 Davis ,Jw - KTHIS BOOK PRINTED BY. 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