Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV)

 - Class of 1937

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'3 ima W 31 editor JEAN GROSS cflssistant Editors VIVIAN FANSLER ELEANOR HARPER :Business Sllanagers JAMES ROSS MARY ANGELA MADDEN V7 I T E TGE w41nnual'Publzcat1ono the amor lass 51141115 Qyfzgh School 5lRzns,7.0Je5tf-U11 :ma I. I I I I I I I I ' 4 . Q f 5 C' I l . . I . Q ..g. , wx NUI 'N Yearbook Mcmbgr L WM ,QQOUXX TN X llklNS XX XX 2- 01 .-,,.... in ifjcrx K V . ' AQ' fkkypxlglfnlivl IOS" ISN Iiil Sl. 'ION Cflm SS UI IHI VIKINS Hlflll SQHUUI KT S ff iff' K-55 fsfw t K' ff' J PIRJEIFACCIE Twenty one years ago the Hrst E H S TIGER was Issued ThIs ancestor of our 1937 annual was an ambItIous, but unpre tentIous book It was small only about 6x10 and It was more lIke a newspaper than a yearbook Yet IIS pages IndIcate that the edItors were proud of theIr school and ICS actIvItIes From the fIrst TIGER grew many more, each becommg more complete As txme has passed, many dIfferent kmds of year books have been publIshed, the type each year havIng been determmed by the par tlcular perIod In whIch If was Issued The hrst copxes gave only a small part of the actIvItIes of the school As the school grew larger, the students became more adept at COmPlllDg maternal about these actIvItIes, whIch to them later became school day remembrances In the form of THE TIGER Durmg the perIod of extreme PFOSPCYIIY lIke many fashmons, the yearbook became more elaborate and larger, the S126 of the pIctures Increased, and the covers were more ornate ThIs perIod was followed by the depresslon whIch had lIS effect upon our publIcatIon, as on many other thIngs Agam the book became sImple and In expensIve In the past two or three years the trend has been to make THE TIGER an attractIve and artIstIc hIgh school book of memorIes Whether our yearbook has been a sImple pamphlet, a complete four year class hIs tory, or an elaborate annual, the object has always been to preserve for the semors and thexr classmates a record of PFCCIOUS memorIes ' w rf 7 X ,, K ll! 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' ' . - - 9 N H SCHOUJL ADMINISTRATOR Durrng the past year there has been a change rn the admmlstratlve personnel of the schools of Randolph County When Mr Klrkland S McKee prlnclpal of Elk1I'lS High School and dlrector of slgned last summer Miss Em1ly Wllmoth asslstant prlnctpal of Elkms Hrgh became the asslstant supermtendent of Randolph County schools and Mr Henry Haxn1l ton dlrector of elementary schools 1n th county became the prmcrpal of Elkms Hrgh School and dlrector of hrgh schools ln the county Mr Bryan Ham1lton supermtendent of the Randolph County schools contmued m the posmon wh1ch he has held for ten years Both Miss Wllmoth and Mr Henry Ham1lton are well quallhed for thexr new positions The former has her A B and MA degrees from West Vlrgmxa Um versrty and has had a number of years exper1ence rn both teachmg and admm lSII'3I1Y6 work The latter has hrs AB degree from Davl and Ellclns College and hls M A degree from West Vlrgrnxa Un1vers1ty He has ln addltlon to sev eral years teachrng exper1ence been prm Ellclns unlor Hrgh School As HSSISIHHE supermtendent Mlss Wil moth IS supervlsor of lnstructlon m the county for both elementary and secondary school Durlng the past year she has carrled on an CXICHSIVC program for the rmproxement of reachng 111 the elementary schools Mr Henry Hamllton has charge of malntenance m the hlgh schools and lt IS because of hls mterest and efforts that we have comfortable well equ1pped bulld 1n s Mr Henry Hamxlton dnrector of hlgh schools Mr Bryan Hamllton counts supermtendent Mlss Ennly Wllmoth as slstant county supermtendcnt . I ' K li, A", w .1x. enry Hamllton. Mr, Bryan Hamllton. bliss lfmllx XY'1lmoth I , ' I 7 u 4 . s s A . G , , , . . A , . . . U 7 high schools in Randolph County, re- cipal of Third Ward School and the s I l 9 J ' ' s s ' 9 - ' - , ' ' e s. ' 7 . . . , 7 . . . . , . . 7 , 9 7 1 1 g . . , . . . - g . X . ' , I' , g .V 4 ' - Pa g e I0 A BOARD OF At the head of the schools m Randolph County there IS a board of educatxon composed of hve members elected by pop ular vote From Ellcms we have Mr Albert Mr Shreve and Mr Rrflle from Mull Creek Mr Downs and Dr Bos worth Under the supervxslon of thes men there are ten hrgh schools flve of whlch are hrst class 1n rank There IS a total of 1515 hrgh school students rn the county 780 of these go to Ellclns Hrgh School Randolph County has been fortunate to have such a board of educatlon as thls one durmg the trymg nmes through whlch schools have recently passed Though often handlcapped by lack of funds these men have managed to mam tam ln our county the high standards of education that lt has had lh the past H EDUCATION Peg Many t1mes the1r problems have been real ones more than a year ago the hngh school bulldlng at Plclcens was destroyed by flre Now a modern well equtpped bumldmg has been constructed there Plans for a consolldated school at the Tygarts umform course of study for the hlgh schools of the county and a new muslc program for grades four to elght are out tandlng among the xmprovements made 1n the currxculum We regret that Mr Shreves term ex prres 1n uly we know that the schools are losmg a good friend however we are sure that Mr Fred Chenoweth who wrll take hrs place will have the same mterest tn the welfare of the schools of Elkms and Randolph County The Class of 1937 appreclates what thxs board has done for E H S lbetr. Downs. Shreve Rxffle, Bosworth. amxlton . ' . ' v 2 ' . , - , - ' 3 , ' 7 l - - I 0 Valley Homestead have been completed. A , . , . s ' ' S . . ' I 7 . . A ' J 5 . . . 3 1 . ' 7 - f 9 ' . e I I Science RfRFFN Rl IIN R SHRFNP Miss Ashby Lost What s the numlner of your locker? 11 it umm: Bc As x Pllnc 'Vlonrv u Cueman 1 vt vue a co utrm a Hx x H S Practlcal Arts in ss I s IFACIUILTY Commercial Mathematics Nlxss Mum ss lin Nllss Flrxc NIR XIOORF 'Nik NH ox Phy slcal Education Echoes From Teachers Famous your locker key? Mrs Nelson Now glflc Ihope that thxs wlll not happen agaxnln Miss Bell Have you looked at the shorthand Cl'l2lI'I IO SCC If YOUR' VNOI'lC IS lsted MISS Casto Come on gxrlsl Lets see some action now' Mxss Fhng to an aspxrmg actress Say those lmes as lf you mean them Mr Shreve Inhnlty ns a thing that goes on forever Page ISI Saynngs Glasscock Dmg a Img a l1ng I want to read an announcement that w1ll he of 1f1'1p0I'f3l1C8 to all of you Miss Guseman You wxll never he good cooks lf you do things that way Mr Green Don t ask me whose skel eton thls IS because I don t know Mr Hutton Oh dear, that w1ll nexer do We must change If Mr Moore Some of you, Im afrald. aren t famlllar muh the study hall rules Mr Balley Don t run off Ill e hack hefore you hnxsh what you are do 1n I 2 5 1 lr ': S ' . ll. .hl1A'. I '. . . F ss. I S .Y1.mlrn,g: li -en, Sh ' . GI ss ck. H 4 . C sm, a lr' IE U Q, F. Q M . I 11, Mk. It max' . Qf .- 5 . ff 1 M . his fm' Mig: fvsg Xllfk 2.1. . . . . MR. 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I7 ..,.111 11. 11.-. 1111.-1 1 1 1 .X , '1 1 . 1 ' - . . 1 1 f X 1 l 1 l L 9-C1 I .4 u 'mum wrt at our 1 fouls YXan1lu Shuts Rohan XX mp, untu 1m vrllrp NLC aulu R Hall ohnson N Koontz Hrnklt Harwood Crraznnr Nl f L slsez H11 Sears H erlex Fansler P-um Nlrm Vknlmoth Pxnto Gross Nlr Rater Rexnolds urr I iv Preulotk XX het-,ell Daw Houchrn N arner Crawford Krnt, F Coontz Hrnchman A F-XPIII-X CHOIR R' za Pasne ohnson Coontz Keller Sears lx ma Gross Hoffman XX amslex Fansler 'XltCuslrer Hamllton Garrett u Nlr Reber R151 Stempte Irons Henmnb Vkrllra 'Vlxer W rlmoth Hall Collett Kung 'k'ltVanex Irons Kellex Gllfllf CILB AND A CAPIEIIA CHOIR The most rmportant actnmty of these two musrcal orgamzatrons has been the presentatron of an operetta, entrtled, Oh Doctor About one hundred fifty stu dents partrcrpatecl 1n th1s producuon Mr Reger, our muslc Chrector, and the other hrgh school teachers who assrsted hrm are to be congratulated for contrrb utmg so successfully to the 1936 37 school year 1 - , ' su , M ' l 4 V I Mf A ' fm ' ' fl ClI.l:li Llllli lx'.- .fm-. l..xl. 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U A UQ, W JXXAJH-4-f lm C HAPTER TW KO Porta' arts and Personalatmes Portrants are one thmg personahtles are another and If takes a COIl1l7lI1'lIl0l'1 of the two to present a pxcture of any one Our portra1ts or perhaps we should ay photograph 1 tell you how we look but even rf you stuched our faces you wouldn t knovy the personalxtles they are a part of What does Carl Rohmsons face tell you about the amusement he has afforded us' Or L3I'll6l' Pretyaells and Clyde Brooks serxous expressmns about the brams they have hxdden somevyhere Margaret Hankey 15 Smlllng ln a ms chlevous way Nlcolena Coontz looks pen s1ve and Ruth Vffllmoth shows us only half her face Agam you mxght he mls taken Margaret really has a serlous sxde to her nature Nlcolena 15 active rather than pcnsxye. and Ruth IS the hest treas urer that any class ln E H S has ever a lqaese llttle hnger naxl personalxty sketches that are attached to each pxcture tell the truth sometlmes HH Rosss 15 true though no doubt a surpr1se to many and ack Stemples eyeryhody yv1ll agree vyxth On the other hand Mary Margaret McCu ker s hasn t told you enough ahout her you should hear her smg Norma Houchms tells only part ot the truth about her shes really yerv pretty you noyy It IS needless for us to try to say what y e th1nk of the Class of 37 t ere vyouldnt he space enough ln thxs book We are hequeathmg thls hook vyxth ou pictures to our frxends yy ho yv1ll remam m hrgh school, and to our teachers leavmg our deeds and the urnr personahtres CU H 's af sf-fee s C+ s -"hE:"iK. 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Iwzx I'IIxIII-, IIIIIII XII-.-,IIII,Ix I'IIxIIIx, XIIIINI I'IIIIIII'N,IIII1I.IIQ' I'IIII lI'N I' .III-.II I 130 i fur! ww Ketterman Sleeth Whlreman 'Vlarun Keller Grxmes Basxl Fredlock Haggerty hfirss Dngman 1VIcVaney lV1acVean Byrd Nloore Myers H Bazzle Llmkerman Harper Prouufoot Cunnmgham 5 lr Garrett lVlur phy Nlarstlller Woolwme Wrlfong Iuzltr 'Vlarme Collett Hart Kelley 1VlcC.all N1 Ketterman Boyles Taylor Day Beal Ianham Ween- Swuk Coberly Nlartrmy Antolmx lhrnl r Bllzzard Swearmplr Hus Wrllxams Cyrovt Albrxght fume: D mtl- mn 1 Q My Woo Brown mr Lapllnget 1m ut Ingram Pun fn: R h lamtz lIlUNl1UlR QC ll ASS Editors of Tiger Cub On the fourth Wednesday of each school month, the noon hour always has a partlcular slgnlhcance, for on thls day the Txger Cub our school newspaper, 15 1ssued It IS dlfhcult to g1VC one person or a few people credlt for thls lmportant phase of our school llfe, as the paper IS pub llshed by MISS Dlgman and her Junlor Engllsh classes From very modest beglnnlngs, the Cub has grown unt1l lt has become a half grown Tlger, both ln s1ze and 1n lmpor tance The latter fact 15 true because It lceeps us well mformecl 1n regard to all the current school happenlngs and be cause If glves all junlor Englxsh students an OPPOYIUDIIY to show what they can do It has a ratmg that compares most favorably w1th other mlmeographed school papers nn the state In 1936 II was gxven 842 pomts out of a possnble 1000 by the West Vlfglhla Hlgh School News Per1od1cals, as carrled on by the our nallsm Department of West Vlfglnla Unlversxty In Aprll Betty Ann Durrett and Rob ert Shaw, two sophomores, accompanled Mlss Dlgman to Huntmgton to attend the annual meetmg of the Unlted States Hlgh School Press for West Vlrgmla The Jumor Class IS to be congratu lated for their splendld support of all school RCIIVIIICS and for thelr loyal and ever present school Splflt In 1935 when these jumors came to us from E J H S we scarcely realized what a bundle of talent, personallty and helpfulness we were welcoming into E H S Page3I . 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'ff N FN ' Wo f' JI' 'W ca vt we 4154 Mm lt., wwe 'S Q4 if W' v W a Z ' LT ww CHAPTER THREE They Talllls of Thus annul Tellll of That A closed door hehmd IC votces sharp rap' rap' sxlence and then one volce spealcmg 1n dehherate, measured tones So begms a meetlng of any one of the several student organlzatlons that form an 1mportant part of the lxfe of Elklns I-hgh School If the scene IS Elkms Hxgh the place and tlme Room 104 at 8 00 AM, on Frxday the gathermg IS hkely to he composed of Student Councxl members, about to d1scuss some questlon of xmportance If the place 1S Room 306 durmg the everung, one may hear pops and other queer sounds lssue from the closed door Once when we played at eavesdroppmg, we heard someone make a serlous speech We'll admit these meet mgs of the Jumor Academy of Sclence have puzzled us On Tuesday and Wednesday mghts the scene of these meetmgs shifts to the Y Its the B I P s we see flrst, and we are very sure that a dance or party xs 1n the alt On Wednesday mght glrls m two s, three s, and fours can be seen hurrymg tn every dlrectlon, thelr faces eager and expectant In a few mmutes Mxss Casto hurr1es by Movlng chaxrs tell us that the G A A meetmg has started, and we 11 wager that something worthwhlle IS bemg planned' Some of these glrls who entered were accompamed by boys And even after all the girls have d1sappeared, boys contlnue to pass hurriedly, on thelr way to the regular meetmg of the H1 Y At these various meetings, we do- Ntalle of ffm' and tell of that And contradzct each other flatn but the things we do accomphsh are often surprnsmg Page 35 zf' f, If , 5 'J ,A f ' 'W Q' 394 ,. 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' QQ 77 7 7 . . , ' ' - 7 7 1 , . . . . . . . , . . . . , 1 1 11m Barton War Allen N1 aubhlm Punto Qonmz fm I lanlm Adam utr Fansler Harper DUB LITERARY ean Gross, our ed1tor, correctmg copy or arrangmg p1ctures 1n MISS R1ders room, Vlvlan Fansler and Eleanor Har per Wfltlng and rewrltlng every clay m Room 104 Ntcolena Coontz and Sally P1nto rushmg from room to room to ID terv1ew ofhcers and sponsors of clubs Ervin Calam and Guy Barrow dashlng away from football and basketball games to record thexr tmpressxons 1n that most lmportant notebook, Beulah Ward W1l ham Prltt, Nana Mae Arbogast, George Rankin and George Mclsaughlm making up the dummy or drawmg PICIUFCS, Elxz abeth Allen wrztmg poetry nn econom Cs class, Duane Adams lookmg for clever xdeas to enltven the advertxsmg sectlon Bob Rlce takmg p1ctures just anywhere these are only a few of the many thmgs done by the ltterary staff of THE TIGER for 1937 Sometxmes when the censors red pen cnl made too many marks or ideas were scarce, the poss1b1l1ty of carrylng on th Pa S ge 36 TAIFIF QCONFERS tradmon of Elkms I-hgh School 1n year books seemed remote but fortunately tn these dark moments MISS Rxcler usually appeared and assured us that a staff never had falled Imbued wlth her Splflf, we set to work agam, and to our surprtse, we found that there were tdeas even ortg mal ones sometimes mmds l'l1dClCI1 In OUT lwvs C Hass In iff! In rgh: C.l.' . '. H d. . . . cl. ' A . . V' . rms, lftxlmg l ' . . s. P' . , - , L A . . . . . , . Q . I ' l . , H 1 XI. fit ur , . . . . 'V 9 1 . , W . .. . S H H Ik Tlll-lIlE THGAEIR BIUIDGIE And the busmess staff of the 1937 TIGER worked just as hard as you see them worklng here' ames Ross and Mary Angela Madden the busmess managers alded by a capa ble and enthusxastlc group of asslstants can proudly ay that the 1937 budget IS balanced' Page 37 T ll? IBAIIANCIED' The subscrlptlon campalgn IH charge of Mary Hlll Russell Dalton Betty ane Starford and ack Tabscott resulted ln the brggest sales to date for an Elkms High School annual Not one opportumty to obtam an ad verusement was mlssed by Charles God w1n Bernard H111 or Vxrgmla Myers Formxdable busmess men and busy doc tors and lawyers were approached we dont know exactly how wlth good re sults There were trmes when these three returned from their financlal excursnons downcast and dlscouraged but the next afternoon always found them alert and opnmlstlc as they set out once more to mvade a garage a store or a hllmg statxon Ty mg the materlal for our book fell to the lot of Gladys ohnson Thelma Clark Duane Adams and Mary Angela Madden who were always wlllmg to copy and re copy rf so domg meant a bugger and better TIGER Xnlfxng: Nl. ull. Nlvvrs. Szarford. Tabscott. Ross. Hmmm: .Uan.xgrrq B. lll. ladden. Amrmnt Busmfxx lllanagcv Srantlirxyg: Godwm, a on, Rice, Clark. johnson 1 W 'p , X1 v 1 I' l l ks: J K 4 9 9 9 J . , J , J 9 . 9 ' I. . 9 . . - 9 9 ' jxzu Ross, lin-nun .H.m.1y1-1 , A T l' , 2 l K ' ' ff! s l . 5 . ' 9 9 9 9 P J , 9 9 ' 9 ' ' 9 N35-25734. I OFFICERS RUTH XVILMOTH Prrsxdenl JEAN CROSS Vure Prcxzdenz ROSEMARY REYNOI DS lrwsurrr Bl:TTY JANE STARFORD .Server y FIRST ROW Gross lxce Prcxlden! Wllmoth Preudrnl Reynolds Trrnuvrr Miss Moore .Sprnxm SFf0ND ROW N Houchm Morrison OBnen Starford becremry Ketrerman Tmkn Row Coontz Myer L Houchxn Adamson FOURTH Row fsrmdlngj Nloore Harper Pmro Clark A stranger, whether he be a westem ranger, a southern gentleman, a northern packer, or an eastern broker, 1f he de sxres to look upon the twenty most at tractlve, pepplest, and most popular grrls of hlgh school age, would need only to see before hlm the members of the B I P Club True, they re attractlve and popular, but th1s doesnt mean they re only to be gazed upon from afar No indeed' Who provxdes Elkms Hlgh wlth three days amusement at the expense of some of the1r pledges dlgmty, sophlstxcatlon, and purses usually thelr parents Q 'P The B I P Club' Who sponsors the gayest, the most enjoyable dance of the football season9 The B I P Club, assrsted by the Phr Omega s' Who spends hours danglmg ICICICS on pme branches, the Wednesday before Chr1stmas, so that Elkms I-Ilgh s Chr1stmas trees are a Joy to behold? Who helps to make some unfor tunate person happy on Chr1stmas Day? Who m Elkms H1gh School sells txckets to the Pres1dents Blrthday Ball? Who g1ves annually a correct, formal d1nner, as a farewell to graduatmg members? all these thmgs' They are not to be thought of as care free glrls mterested only m socral affalrs, for they do know how to accompllsh worthwhile thxngs Perhaps, we are de scrlbmg them accurately when we say that they are good all 'round grrls, typ1cal of the best ln E I-I S Page 38 . , , , Itls only the B. I. P. Club who could do 1 ' 7 . . . I . aaa., 5, I OFFICERS WII I ARD WARD Prtudnll JAMFS ROSS I :cc Prrmlfnz Cf ORGL HUNTI-R lrraru rr C UY BARROVC .S r rcmfy H Row ONF W Ward Preurlrnr Butcher lVIr Moore Sp nur Burr Gross Row -I-HRII Rxce Gray Ingram Moore Barrow Surrlny Cum Corrlck Hess Row FOUR Thomas I-Ienmng Campbell Calaxn Hockenherry lang Row FIV!- o r Pu-ulcnt Hxll ROW SIX Nlams Brown I'Iunter lrmxurer Gold berp, Antolxm ROW Sivi N Tabs ott Cappadony I Wfard ordan An exammatlon of the alumnl of Ellcms I-Ilgh School wxll reveal that many of our most promment c1t1zens were members of our Elkms I-hgh Schoo I-I1Y for IH th1s orgamzatlon the oys get excellent trammg nn Ieadershlp and cltlzenshlp The purpose of thls club IS to create, mamta1n, and extend throug out the school and communlty high stan atds of Chrlstlan character and leader s 1p This club has yearly projects whlch the members carry out accordmg to a pre pared schedule One of the most out standmg of these 15 the publlc ceremony used for the 1n1t1at1on Tlus ceremony IS presented In the presence of the student body and any townspeople who are 1n terested Page The club has a variety of actlvltles some for the benefit of the members, and others for the betterment of the school and the communlty Included ln the first group are Bible study classes, a Sun day School and Church Attendance cam palgn, and a Father and Son banquet, at whlch t1me a jeweled p1n xs glven to the outstandlng member In the second group are such act1v1t1es as conductmg devo txonals ln assembly pohclng the halls of the buxldmg havmg basketball schedules prlnted, and glvmg baskets to the needy at Christmas tlme The boys who are chosen to wear the trxangle realxze the responslblllty they have assumed, and by their actlons they have set standards for other members of our student body Mr Carl Moore IS the sponsor - 2, ' M" "HW I . ' - , 5, 7. 4 f . JN.. L ' Diff? 1 3" , ' ' A ' 1' , . ff ' I 3' A ff? .fy 1 x N I 11 ' . ,. V 9 V , K JI 5 1 I A J 4... ' .' 1: I. ' , 5 , . , t' rm 1 g , v Row TWU: Kxule, Dalton, Arbogast, Carroll, W. Irons. Cunningham, T. Ross. 1. R ss, Vrt - th. 5 .I I :I , ' 5 , 4 a 2. 1 :c , ' ', .. , J - 5 . . . . b - ' ' d- f . . . ' . h' ' . . . 7 39 Ma Row ar ord Tabscott Hrll Cray Dalton B1trow Adam on Clark .5 nt SOME OT TH They are rndeed among our best, for students admrtted to thrs group, the Na tronal Honor Soc1ety, must measure up to certam standards They must be rn the upper thrrd of the junror or senror class rn scholastrc standrng, then 1n addr tron to thrs scholarshrp requrrement, they must meet a certarn standard rn character leadershrp, and servrce Thrs year Vrvran Fansler, Vrrglnra Myers, Thelma Clark, Guy Barrow, and Robert RICE were the seniors chosen Those from the Junror class were Mar garet Lee Adamson, Phll Wrllrams, Rob ert Irons, Margaret MacVean, Anna Mary McVaney Marlon Ingram, Ran dolph Gray, and Alma Wamfley The 1937 rnrtratron cerernomes of thrs organwatron took place rn an assembly program on February 10 Mr Bruffey l P lr rr ru e rl 1 Nlfrllrams Irons r I I Ingram Myer SrrTlNc Wamsley 'VlrVant-r , ohn on Fan ler MacVean lli Page 40 lB3lF 0 the sponsor, rn hrs opemng remarks, gave our freshmen a worthy challenge H sard that the student rn hrs frrst year sets hrs goal, works toward lt rn the years that follow, and reaches the helght when he rs selected for membershrp rn the Na tlonal Honor Socrety After the presrdent, ean Gross, called the pledges to the stage, the four tenets of the socrety were explarned by ames Ross, ack Tabscott, Gladys ohnson, and Russell Dalton Bernard Hrll and Betty Jane Starford then prnned the rrb bons on the pledges, after whrch M Hamrlton aclmrnrstered the oath As part of therr work, the Honor So crety has comprled and edrted a complete hrstory of Elkrns Hrgh whrch wrll be kept as a permanent record to whrch the events of each year can be added B. pr Y: sr f . P , , 1 V, , '..-rf. fr-r if rg Mr. H fry, sp., W: ' . ,. M, Hamilton, I'rxnr'rp.rl, Snoxrx Row: Gross. Rrcv. Ross, lrmrrrnrg - . - s, ' iz ' , -, r K ', . , s . , '. 'rw ' tn' -lllnxrrrrrrrri J 5 . S ', ' ' I s S T lF lU S ' ' - . e 7 ' J ' ' ' - ' r. 7 ' ' , a . . . , - STANDING Srarford lr mfr Harman 'Vl Hamxlton Prmrpal Barrow Calam Cainer Goldberg Tests Cray R Gross SITTING Calhoun Wllnmrh Adam on Vixlhams Srtfftary lner lNlr Creen Fruity Rcprrsrntalnr Gross lrrul rl I ram I Ir xrlrnf R 'VlrVaney Rexnold Dalton Whetsell Hockenberry THUSIE WVHO RIEPIIHHESIENT US All the students plctured here are en tltled to wear an orange and black badge whrch slgnxhes that they are members of the Elkms Hugh School Student Coun l This badge means that they have been chosen by the1r teachers and thelr fellow classmates to represent e1ther a class or a club on the student admnn lstratxve body Thexr arm IS to promote good sportsmanshlp a hugh standard 0 honor, and a better feelmg of fellowshlp among the students The members of this orgamzatlon con slder the promotxon of fellowshlp among the students very xmportant To further thxs purpose they held a party on Feb ruary 10 m the hxgh school gymnaslum at which tlme members of the H1 Y B I P National Honor Society, Glrls Arh letlc ASSOCl3fl0h, T F S , and the umor Page Academy of Sclence were the guests of the Councxl One of the classrooms was used for dancmg, those who dnd not wish to dance played games m the gymnaslum ust before the refreshments were served, Paula McCall entertained wlth a tap dance On March 17, a St Patrlclc s Day dance held ln the school gym was enjoyed by all students and faculty members who wlshed to attend The electlon of the councll IS held each May according to the procedure for elec non of natlonal and state 0mCl3lS Vot mg IS by secret ballot at polls provxded on each floor Each year Ellclns Hugh sends represen tatxves to the Student Council Conven non Our representatives to the Morgan town meetmg thxs year were can Gross, Betty jane Starford, and Marxon In gram 1 .' . mr.: rg , . r. 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Cl . -l ' 1 , f . . . 7 7 . - . , I J . . . , l . ., - - 4I FIRST ROW Bazzle Rlce Sure! w R Basrl Gardner Snow: Row Wtlmoth Marrm Ward Haggerty Swetker Fredlock lowers Gnmes Mus Cato .Sp mor THIRD Row Shomo Reynolds Gros Hrnkle Pmto McCall FOURHL Row Byrd Nloore Young GIRLS COME INTO 'IIIJEIII OWN We, who are semors, remember too well the days when there was no Gtrls Ach letlc Assoc1at1on 1n E H S These gtrls IH the plcture above are now members of thls orgamzauon and are representatlve of our best g1rl athletes Under the d1rect1on of Mtss Casto, who IS 1n charge of our physical educa t1on department, girls have an opportumty to partxclpate m intramural contests 1n lctckpm, volleyball basketball, and base ball They have truly come 1I1t0 thexr own 1n athlettcs The most xmportant acttvxty of our phystcal educatton department ts our an nual May Fete At this t1me a colorful pageant, wnth a musxcal arrangement by our band, IS presented a queen last year lf was Slbyl Hayes IS crowned, and 1n dlvnduals haxe an opportumty to drsplay then' ab1l1ty to dance The pageant last year was an orlgmal one wrttten by MISS Casto, It depxcted the development of glrls physlcal education from l650 to the present t1me At least 200 students part1c1pated m ll In September of th1s year ten new members were admltted mto the club A hectlc week of xn1t1at1on furnished the old members much amusement and the new pledges equal embarrassment One of the flrst soclal actlvttles spon sored by the assoctatxon was a dmner glven lh honor of our new faculty mem bers During the thlrd week ln anuary doughnut week was observed wlth all members partlclpatxng 1n the sale The officers are Gladys Calhoun, pres rdent, Norma I-Iouchm, uce prestdent X 1l'g1I1l3 Rlce, secretary, and Lucy Houchm, treasurer Page 42 S ': . . 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ONF Irons lVlr Shreve lVlr Huttoxm A lVlcVaney 'Nlr Nloore Wamsley Adam on Sears Burke Drckey Whetsell Coontz Pre-,z Row 'lwu Creen Albert ,Sr rcnylrmrurn Harman Nlatheney Whlte Henning Brown Ruh Hxll Swearmger Fredlock Carpenter Row Tlikhh Codwln Carpenter Grimes lsner Prrrxdenl lVloore l Prrvrdrnl Wehley T lVlcVaney Iambert Cochran Dalton E H S SQCIIENTISTS EXPERIMENT In1t1at1on mto thrs organlzanon, the unlor Academy of Scxence, afforded ob servers lots of fun Boys and grrls wear 1ng black rubber chem1stry aprons and carrymg anythmg from a Mephltes Me phma to a Bunsen burner, brought forth peals of merrrment from everyone except those who were golng through the un pleasant ordeal Indeed, SCYIOUS expresslons accompa med these queer outfits, whlch appeared rn almost every class, for becom1ng a member of th1s orgamzatxon really meant somethlng to these mrtxates they had made good grades ln mathemancs and sclence or they would not have been ellgxble for admxsslon to the club, and they were duly apprec1at1ve of the honor that had been conferred upon them The record of th1s club m Elkms Hxgh School IS short, as lt was orgamzed only two years ago, however, IH such a short txme, 1ts members have trled 1n every way to encourage mterest rn sc1ent1Hc fields and to keep themselves well lnformed ln regard to current sclentlflc dxscoverles The club has hve meet1ngs each semester 1n Room 306 At these meetmgs the members make talks upon sclentxhc sub jects, perform experlments, or have open forum dlscussxons Each member must have a part on the program at some tlme durmg the school year Mr Old Shreve, the sponsor, IS a mem ber of the Semor Academy of SCICHCC H15 broad knowledge of sctence and his mterest 1n the subject add greatly to the beneht derlved from the meet1ngs To be el1g1ble for thls organization, a student must make good grades ln science and lI1Cl1C3tC an mterest 1n scxentrhc sub jects Page43 , Q' il ,j ., -. 1 it tty 4-TT" ' ' E A- A 1 ,M ., f ' qs, -,,N' ,Y - . 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' , r , 5 . rw- ' 5 , . . . , , Q Q s gn Ilhl onaugle Hhs e z ron A am I Inf Tabs orr nrdan Hunter 'XNIIINL ammel Hn e ox a 0 rv ra rr f' Brown IU TU Its name rs a secret rts members are all boys, xts actxvmes promxse to be both varred and worthwhrle these are a few of the thmgs that we know about the T S, the most recently orgauzed club Elkms Hrgh School Observation has convinced us that the fI'16CIll'lgS are not uneventful, trresome af fairs A glance at the boys, as you see them rn therr picture above, tells you very lrttle about them and thelr ablllty to carry on sp1r1ted dlscussrons You should hear the sounds that ISSUC from the closed door when the club IS 1n ses sion Seemingly a mmlature war has started but no all 18 quiet, so there couldn t have been any C3SU3lCl0q Later when the members come troupxng out we find that "b1g busmessn has been discussed Page 44 and adjusted to everyone s satrsfactron This club has several worthwhlle pur poses to promote better school spmt, cleaner sportsmanshxp, and a better fra ternal sp1r1t among students The most Important socral act1v1ty of the club was a Basketball Bounce grven m honor of the college and hlgh school basketball boys at the end of the season Musrc was furmshed by Reed Ramess Crchestra The decoratlons were orange and black and maroon and silver, repre sentmg the hrgh school and college colors Attractlve programs 1n the shape of bas lcetballs were grven to the guests The members of this club are to be congratulated for therr efforts to create more socnal hfe for hrgh school and col lege students if A , , A Kit , f SIT' '3: Sp Y . f ,, Vxcr-Pr trr1'r'n 5 I 5. d S. 'YU111' J .C . ,l , . Si .' .' 9: H ', bln 1 , C ', Mu. G1 ssc tk. ffm wr: G y, S r'4' mry .xml Tr .murvg U R N 1E W lE S T Q IL B . . - s - - , V . l . F. ' - . f: ' in ' ' . a - ' K' ,J fl J " Va if E' W M fl IQEQ qt 'gf' sf rv 1 fm. 4 ' ff.-Z ,U fewy M MAY f me " M ffbefa MLM 'blk MJ? QHAPTER FOUR lF1ght' lF1ght' lFrght"' A shout from crowded bleachers Frght like Tigers' another touchdown fo E H S' Heres to Elklns Hlgh School' walls shake rafters tremble 1ts m the games won' Add rt all up and the answer IS school spmt that un definable somethmg that Elkins Hlgh has plenty Do we have pep? I should say so We can wave flags longer and shout louder than any school you ve met m a long t1me And are we loyal? Some tlmes ln splte of the boys best playmg we lose and then comes the test of the stuff that s ln us Faces beg1n to lengthen vo1ces grow weaker slghs echo and re echo along the weary bleacher rows and the cheerleaders megaphone hangs 1ts hea But you re wrong lf you thmk that thls lasts long Pretty soon an old grad someone whose T1ger Splflf has kept growing shouts down the rows, "What's Pa QI the matter wrth you fellows? You aren t llcked are you? And the answer roars back You bet we re not' By thls time the cheerleader has jumped to her feet A Flght llke Tlgersl bursts from every throat Thrs school Splflf of ours isnt accr dental or temporary or spasmodlc nts a permanent thmg We wonder ourselves sometlmes why we get that lump ln our throats and that creepy feelmg up our splnes when those old orange black un: forms appear Nobodv has ever told u to feel that way The SCHSRIIOD just creeps on us as measles and mumps do Strange as IC may seem there IS a Slm rlarlty between these two dlseases and thls chool sp1r1t buslness they re both catch mg All one needs IS the germ And we have a speclal formula by whlch we make these germs grow But we wont tell what xt IS You see the copyrxght be longs to E H Sl y aa: sift fe A l,-'L V ', N Y-L, A ,Ll,,ff",,7 ' 1 ' ,f c f ' 'Q K I , . . .X K . X. KI vi K NJ, QF 'X J I 4 s ' c ' X 25. 1- . 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S . . . 1 , - , . . . . . 7 E H S Football Scores 1936 COACH WIM ER TRYING FOR A KICK FOOTBALL COACH WIMER Sports wr1ters say that he IS one of the best coaches ln West Vlrgmla we say so too We ll keep you for seventeen more years Coach lf you ll stay wlth us WILLARD CAMPBELL Tackle A hard charger and a good Hghter when the gomg was the toughest descrlbes Willard who w1ll be mlssed after three years of servlce on the squad KEITH SKIDMORE Halfback A clescr1pt1on of Kexth small but mlghty Though It was h1s flrst year on the varslty squad Sklddy was the fastest man we had on our 1936 team ELWOOD GOODMAN Halfback Speed 1n the open field and prof1c1ency 1n recexvmg passes were evxdences of hrs football ab1l1ty Thls was hls second year on the squad WILLIAM HESS Center B111 was outstandlng for hls ab1l1ty to handle the ball smoothly and for his defenslve work He deserved the letter he won thls year. MEADE BURR Guam' This player wlll be mlssed next year as he was a dependable lineman and a hard charger and blocker durmg hls two years of servlce on the Elkms Hlgh squad JOEL MOORE Playing good football takes a lor of hard work but belng a successful depend able manager takes just as much oel filled hls posltxon of manager most credxtably Elk1ns Elkins Elk1ns Elk1ns Elklns Elkins Elk1ns Elkins Elk1ns Elk1ns Elkins., .,... ' Alumnl Bel1ngton Parsons Vlctory Weston Shmnston Buckhannon Beaver Morgantown Grafton Davls . . , Peg 46 AT THF 'VIORC ANTOXYN C AMI: CAPT PETE ANTOLINI Guard We are proud of the honors won by Pete, he was a mem ber of the Blg Ten Team, and he recelved hon orable mentlon on the All State Team PAUL WOLFE Tackle E H S wxll remem ber this senlor as a fme defensxve player an blocker He was always there when needed He recelved hxs letter 1n hrs sophomore year ROBERT RICE End Unequalled in breakmg up lateral passes and ln stopplng off tackle plays, Bob was glven honorable mentlon on the Bxg Ten Team and on the All State Team WILLIAM GOLDBERG Fullback Bll CClVCd honorable mentxon on the All Conference Team and on the All State Team He was a man CARL MAMS End Though only a sophomore Carl recelved hrs letter th1s year He was a val uable player to stop end runs and to recelve passes Well need h1m on our team next year CAPTAIN ANTOI INI DAIL ELLIS Quarterback Dynamlte 1n a small package descrlbes Dall Besrdes bemg a good field general, he was noted for hrs excellent blockmg and tackling Well mxss hlm LAWRENCE HAMMER A good fellow and a good manager thats what we are happy to say about Lawrence I-Ie had an lmportant job wh1ch he dld IH hls usual qulet and efhcxent manner Lettermen For the 1936 Season 1 IUIINI PRN:-sl CORRlLk j lx SRIUMORF JR VSM IIFss JR XX ni C01 nm-Rr' JR Irmx VI mn 0 joux Bkmsx j uunn I mms 0 lltx IR C nu Nhms bo I IUOOD 1 OUIJM xx bo LI XX UIII- Bos Riu SR N11-'mr BLRR SR C wnmrr Jxcr. 1 mscou SR II us Vkw HXRSIIBXRCER SR Managers on NIUORI' SR IXNRINLI' IIXNIVIFR S I 1- W HH I:1 S GOIDHFRG D? 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Landns ordan Arbogast Sarrerfield Skidmore I: Campbell Tabstorr Corrlck Kelly Hunter Day Sanders Hayes SIKOND ROW Brown Mams Coodman Hess Ellrs Wolfe W Campbell Anrolxnl Cuplaln Rrce Burr Coldbcrg Nlxles Herman Skidmore Xvarl -IHIRD Row Coach Wrmer Asxtant Co-nh I-albort Hymes Terer Har hbargel H-nnmer Sheets Sponaugle Wehlev Ball lkopfle Var herto 'Vlaxwell Bel: Young Mr Hamllron UURIH Row Txano T Ro Im Nlams Fessler Kelley Cano kelly lkxrle Cox T Wxlmorh Zxrb Ross 'Vloore U1 :xg rr IE IFOOTBAIJL SQIUA Ar the openmg of the 1936 football season, more than seventy candldates were lssued um forms On September 11, the strength of th1s new team was put to the test by a strong alumm com bmatlon, only to be defeated 12 0 I-Iard work followed, and ln the next game the bark was taken from the Belmgton Bull dogs ln a clean fought game to the howl of 266 The Parsons Pan thers filled wxth confidence and enthuslasm some of whlch they lost as soon as they went under the brg lights-descended upon us the followmg week end, but agam we were vtctorxous wlth a score of 18 0 The Forest Festival game was played against the hlghly touted Victory team A brxllxant battle before the largest crowd xn local hugh school hls tory resulted ln a victory of 12 0 for the Eagles In the Weston game whlch came a week later our opponents agam marched to vxctory wxth 14 pomts to our 0 During the thlrd week m October, Carroll Tal bott became asslstant coach, and was placed 1n charge of a squad known as the L1ttle Tlgers The next two varsrty games were played agamst Coach Ted Leaders Clan and our Buckhannon neighbors The hrst, a thrlllmg hard fought bat Page4B tle played ln mud and pouring ram, ended wlth a score of 6 6 We entered the Buckhannon game as the under dog but wlth the hard blocklng and tacklmg of RICE, Antolxm, Burr, and Wolfe, who paved the way for Hunter Goldberg, and Ellns to run and pass, we won 18 6 Bluefield was the scene of the battle on Octo ber 30 The Tigers had a bad case of stage frlght and lost 19 0 The next game brought to Elkms Glenms Ellrs all state half back, and the rest of the Morgan town team, overconhdent because of the success ful season whlch they had almost completed In one of the seasons brggest upsets, we defeated these Morgantown boys 1n a game whlch had thrnlls and excltlng moments for even the most ex actmg fans When the final whistle blew, we were on the long end of the string 6 0 In the last regular game of the season, whlch was played wlth Grafton, we were defeated 19 0 Contrary to our usual custom, we played a posts season game wlth Davls I-hgh School, who used the famous Chlcago Bears Razzle Dazzle type of football Though our opponents started the game full of conhdence, our orthodox type of football won us another vtctory, 18 0 uf ': , ,E , ' . .I '. 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L .,.1,.,,.. ,...,,,a,z'U' 'NL 594 FIRST ROW Shreve Corrick C Mams Arbogast E Campbell Hess VC Campbell Tabscott G Kelley Klttle SFCOND ROW Coach Wxmer Barrow Manager Satterfield Hockenberry Skidmore Butt Collett Butcher Reese Baisi Rice Landis THIRD Row Nye Casio Smith Gumm Buzzell Macumber G Kelley R Young Nlams H Young Basil Wfhite Mr Hamilton FOURTH Row Zirbs Phares Davis Tucci Kelly Taylor S1K1E'T1BSA111L 119 On Monday, November 24 1936 Coach Wimer High School Basketball Team Over sixty boys answered this request and were issued equipment on the following day Though about the usual number of boys re ported for equipment, the prospects for an expe rienced team for the 1936 37 season were not so br1ght, as Captain Hess and Willard Campbell were the only lettermen from whom Coach had to form a nucleus of thls years team After four weeks of practice the young T1ger team went on the floor to defeat the high stepping Davis team to the score of 35 29 Four nights later the Elkins team had reason to believe in Santa Claus, as they received a Christmas present in the form of a victory over an array of college stars, known as our Alumni By beating the strong Alumni team on Christmas night to the tune of 3531 the Wimermen pulled their first upset of the season Fresh from the victory over the Alumni, the squad traveled to Parsons to play the first game with Parsons on their floor in many years The team started the new year right by pulling the tail of the Panthers by the score of 39 36 On the Page 49 following night anuary 2 1937 Elkins enter end of the 43 16 score All these games were a preparation for the Big Ten Conference games which were to come On the night of anuary 5 East Fairmont arrived in Elkins and stayed long enough to be beaten by the score of 40 16 Then on Friday the eighth the Tigers went out to avenge a defeat suffered last year at the hands of Morgantown After a fast and furious game, this was accomplished by a score of 35 27 Fi-1day afternoon, the fifteenth, saw the Elkins team start on their first invasion of the Big Ten courts They journeyed to Buckhannon for the hrst of two exciting games which were to be played between these two teams The Tigers were behind three quarters of the game, but, at the last, man aged to win by the score of 42 37 The next night at Weston the team won their fourth Conference game to the count of 38 27 The following Tuesday Willard Campbell played his last game for Elkins High and con tributed to the second defeat over Weston, our ninth consecutive victory of the year, the score 41 26 113 A 9 . aa 1 3 7 7 a i i 1 9 ,I 9 v i ' issued a call for the 1937 edition of the Elkins tained Bclington, but sent them home on the short - ua? th t pb BASKETBALL 119337 On Fr day the twenty second Wheellng the State Champrons arrxved at Elklns to snap our wmnlng streak Nerther team had been beaten slnce they defeated each other Elklns had beaten Wheellng on their floor last year and Wheel1ng had nosed out Elklns 1n the champronshtp game at the State Tournament After a hard fought game the Wheellng team went far ahead 1n the closmg mmutes of the game defeatmg the Elkms clan 49 34 Smartmg from th1s defeat the Elklns team went on the floor to lick the Parsons aggregat1on for the second tnme by the count of 34 25 Then on Saturday anuary 30 the Tlgers kept up the record of never allowlng a Grafton team to w1n a basketball game on our floor Wlth one of the fastest games played 1n Elk1ns the Grafton boys went home empty handed wlth the score 56 49 February 2 the Buckhannon team played a re turn game on our floor After a nlp and tuck game Captain Hess tossed a foul to t1e the score Then wlth only about fifteen seconds to play Buckhannon player shot the ball almost three fourths the length of the floor grvmg Buckhan non a victory 33 31 After Ch1S defeat Shmns ton came to Elklns the followlng Frxday to gxve Page 50 the Txgers the1r second defeat from a Brg Ten team score 45 43 Shlnnston February 9 the squad went to Belmgton for a hard fought game but returned vlctorlous wlth the score 36 79 tn the1r favor On Frrday February 12 the Txgers traveled to Clarksburg to give battle to the Vrctory I-lrgh cagers Our team fought the Eagles a close game only to lose out 1n the last quarter 41 32 On the next night the boys went to Shlnnston and played one of the1r best games of the year but were defeated rn the closlng mmutes by the score of 37 33 The followlng Tuesday Grafton was the scene of another Elklns defeat Though the Tlgers fought hard the game was lost 41 25 Playlng host to the Victory team and at the same tlme playmg the last scheduled home game of the season the Wnmermen dropped another close game wh1ch Vrctory won by the same score as the prevlous contest on the1r floor 41 32 Tuesday the twenty th1rd aw the Elklns team on the1r way to East Fairmont wrth a determma t1on to w1n The Txgers fought the1r way to the top wlth the score 35 20 Next Frlday nrght the Wrmermen were 1n Morgantown for the1r last game on the1r schedule After bemg behxnd all through the game the Trgers nosed out their host wlth the score 30 28 Kly H - ' Rf - as 1 ' , s ,. 7 F -4. . t V . . N 1 9 1 ,.l ,Q if g er va , - . 2 s 1 ' ' Buc er. Kxt le. Collins, Cam ell , 1 Q ' 1 5' A 9 ' s a , . ' 9 a . , Tabscott. Hulxter, e l ', ess 2 9 9 , ' s 7 ,I v 9 ' 9 5 . , . , a , . 9 ' - 9 ' Basketball Schedule-1 93 7 fl lc Abg SECTIONAL AND REGIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Sectxonal Tournament Ellclns 18 Ph1l1pp1 Ellclns 32 Belmgton Regional Tournament Ellcms 35 BUpshur Ellclns 38 Fanrmont State Tournament Elkxns 35 Huntington Frlday nlght March 5 Elkms played thelr fxrst tournament game of the season With Ph1l1pp1 as their Hrst opponents the Tigers managed to squeeze out a one pomt vlctory with the score 18 17 On Saturday night Ellclns met Bellngton xn the finals defeatlng the Hawlcs 32 29 the game whxch made them Sectxonal Champs The next Frlday mghr the Tigers met Buck hannon ln the first game of the Regional Tour nament at Grafton After a mp and tuclc game Ellclns won the right to meet West Fairmont ln the finals by the score of 35 32 Saturday mght the TlgCfS played and fought their way to victory over a favored West Fairmont team Though a clos game throughout the boys won 38 35 and agaxn Ellcms went to the State Tournament P At Buclchannon Ellcms had the mlsfortune to draw Huntmgton for their hrst game After a hard fought game the Tigers lost by the score of 42 35 Later the stmg of this defeat was lessened when Huntmgton won the State Tournament de featmg a h1ghly publlclzed Vlctory team 39 28 Our cheerlng sectlon put up the old fight at all these tournaments and as a result brought home three cups Our cheerleader Isabelle Ayers IS to be congratulated for bemg chosen as the champxon at both the Sectlonal and the State Tournaments Elkins Davxs Elkins Alumnl Elkms Belmgton Ellcms E Falrmont Elkms Morgantown Ellc1ns Weston Ellclns Wheehng Elkms Parsons Elkins Grafton Ellcms Shmnston Elklns Vlctory 35 29 35 31 43 16 4016 35 27 41 26 34 49 34 25 56 49 35 54 32 42 36 29 35 20 30 28 38 27 39 25 35 41 33 37 32 41 Lettermen 1 93 7 Hx-ss Manor XSI lx Il F 1 xascou N1 wl lx ru K VVIIBHI IURRILR RILF I- CAMPBI-rx Cori xs b 9 v ' , D . F12 - ' . - i 7 V I 1 . . . . . , - . 1 'Jn' '- W Rug ' ' x 9 a S-fi ' ' . - ' . . - g . , - , - g . A . A . Q . - . A - Q - - - 3 - - V . g - Hoc enberry, Mams, r o ast, Shreve - - . - . , , , . . - , . . - . A . - 3 - - I Q - g - Elkins-Buclchannon 31-33g 42-37 . - g - . - - 9 - ' ' 3 29 3 . 1, " VI'I"' .. 'X 'r1.,' YV. lf . ' I,, ' ' ' ' . . 2. , . :., ' . ,1.' . 5 - 32 A ' Camp ell, Burt, Reese, Carrick ' 3 ' 42 . . , , . . 9 - D . , . . ' ' QQ 7, 7 ' 9 ' v y ' a T FIRST Row Comer T Wrlmoth Txano Adams B Lowery Fessler Teter Grove Nlero Sparrow Bazxl lVlVaney bl-KONII Row Coach Wrmer Gnmm Hunter Rexrode Albert Sludmore Calaxn Wolverton Cuprnn Morrns Goodman Herman Rxce Phxlllps Currence Cropp THIRD Row lVl1ller Kelly Lang ordan Sutton Smlth Nye Burr Coonts Hes Blast Conway VanDevender Adams Wood FOURTH Row l.andls Douglas Rrggle Weese L White Hayes Nlacumber Webley Shreve Tabscotr Cornck H White Irons Hammer Kopfle Thomas Ramsey TRACK SEA ON 1936 In a few weeks after we had spread our laurels over the state ln the basketball season, we put on our splked shoes, preparatory for the track season After we had warmed up, we were ready to take on the untramed alumni crew, who always take some poxnts from us Thls year we let them have only 47 pomts, whxle we gathered 148 The next week end we were pepped up, ready to eat anythmg 1n our way So when the teams of the Monongahela Valley assembled for the an nual fray, we were prepared to run them off thexr feet When the meet closed, we held the top berth with 81 12 pomts, whxle our nearest rxval was East Falrmont with 67 1 4 points The next week end we took to our wmgs agaln nn the Big Ten meet at Morgantown, only to have them chppecl by Washington Irvmg with 69 1 4 pomts to our 60 1 4 polnts Page 52 In the 19th Annual West Vlrgmla Sectxonal Meet, which was held at Elkms, we took flrst place honors and had eleven men quahfy to go to the state meet at Morgantown In thxs meet we scored only s1x pomts and rated eleventh place Our Hercules, Albert Baxsx, scored three polnts m the shot put, whxle our shuttle hurdle relay team com posed of Wolverton, Rlce, Herman, and Calam got three pomts The lettermen of the 1936 track season are as follows Capt Wayne Wolverton, Elwood Good man, Robert RICC, Ervm Calaln, Kelth Skldmore, Arnold Herman, Ray Hayes, Albert Balsl, Robert MOFIIS, Charles Albert, George Hunter, Lester Rexrode, and Homer Currence The managers were Arnold Comer, Earl Cropp, Forrest Bxller, and Thomas lVlcVaney . Y. ,. . . . . Y Y Y - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y c I ,, . . , - ,- ., . Y . Y I Y Y Y , , . , , Y Y Y Y Y 'I Y Y Y J Y . Y '. , , 5, , , , Y 7 - Y -Y Y - Y ' Y Y ' Y Y Y Y - Y Y Y Y Y . 1, ,, . . . . - QQ - 1: , gs! X!! . GU 27" 'NW' H ,af Xia 'Vp' M l!ev1l!l'!lt.f'0,""x1f,t'fAl1fl'lfw 'XA f" we Mfg? la W me ' 'MM Q! if N4 avi' 16 1 'Rf' 14' QQ mmf K xfvl- flfiifa KJV A Wm va fi M f J, C HAPTER TIIWE Here amd There Though we ve told you many a rhmg How we study and play and slng Still there re rhmgs m our school When we re not under rule That we re sure you d lllce to lcnow So ln the days when old you grow And by the fire you sit muslng And by chance thls boolc peruslng To your chlldren perhaps you ll say Have I ever told you about the day When Anna Mary forgot her sklrt Or Jlmmy Thomas learned to Hurt? Or about that far famed nlte When the Txger filled w1th hght Battled to wxn the Vnctory game Whlch he lost but not with shame' How Mr Bruffey to hls molds of putty Used to say, "Now cease your study"' And startle the dozlng lumps awake To give them more educational cake Page 53 Or when one of our number Dldn t dress on walcmg from slumber' Indeed he was qulte sane H15 name let me see was Duane Or of our dog whose name was asper Not even B111 could go to sleep faster How each hour we waged a battle Whlch resembled a stampede of cattle As we rushed from doors to lockers Who surv1ved9 The football blockers' How on darlc Mondays we would mope And ln deep sorrow devold of hope We cl thmlc of the gay week end gone by And yearn for the hour as fast to Hy How we wrote and over boolcs dxd pore As we labored unceasmgly ln 104 Our Job was to edxt, erase and wrlte And sometimes we'd even try to type- These thlngs they'll want to hear, So fellow students, lend us your ear' " -1 , T , A gif-4, '- K r f 3 I fr .J J .34 f H ff' rf 'I ' R L' rg: 1 , if , L , 5 e ' if , 1' WI, at V ,f J . , ff , ,:!,A " I I. ,' V, 017, ,1 ' 11 JL- I , t ff ' alfa' f ' F W' L' ',' Qfffff ' Y --- 1 f .A . 11 . 13' s, ,X W' -53,23 ' y ,ff 1 " :ff ff' 'ln' ' Zi' 'f I K' f , .' 1 . , X 5157, Q. ,, 4 If f f V f I ,igjd-,,Q I x 4 , 1. 4 I ff V " , ' ff , A I' V ' "1 'l T' l 1 ' P., 1 A .. fu' Y, - M ' :: fe s f up a J to w Y 6" ' I ' 4 ,V wh. we-V f 1 . ,,79:,,, 1 yea ii, ,, 1 I 1- al --4 'ff , 'Q' . 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I I' IIJII1 IIJI II'f1 I ffffv' . . . . . , . l'I1gu'l1X 1 Ill 'Q' FAMOUS ILAST ILIINIES HERBERT PHII LIP5 I bequeath to IIN Ross my most PI'l7tCI POSSCSSIOU my Formula H TK GF I' I-Y How to Keep Glrls from I'allIng for You RICHARD KITTLE XVell boys guess my haIr 11 match the surroundmg scenes there all rIght X IRGINIA MYERS Mother how ll I look wIth wmgs? MARY ANGELA MADDEN If St Peter needs a stenographer he can ask Mxss RIder about my quallflca tIons ELILABETH ALLEN XVIII there he any D 66 E boys there? NK OLENA COONTZ The heat always dId tend to glVC my face a ruddy glow MARGARET WARD I hope they open the gates for ou SALLY PINTO Mama what s the bad man or RUSSELL DALTON I hope they have dehvery trucks ISABELLE AYERS Hate you seen my husband? X IvIAN FANSLER I hope they let me dlrect the choIr Mr Reger I n t there THELMA CLARK Won t I look pale In a whIte ro e? BILL I-IARSHBARGER I wonder how Ill ever get to the top of thIs ladder? RUTH MARSTILLER Must you be qulet In heaxen P ge57 BETTY STAR FORD ISU I IIHS W3I'lT1 all' just E00 hard OH ODE S ITIRICC Llp HARLFS REESE I never dld thInk GabrIel could blow a horn Now I know he cant CHARLES GODWIN No l'l'l0I'C SIZIFS Will get Cl'l2lI'lCCS to Out of IIEHVCYI BERNARD HILL Gee Ill mIss POIIIICHI arguments ACK STEIVIPLE How are all of you? ROSEMARY REYNOLDS And just thmk they let nasty lIttle oys In too SARAH WILFONG Dont they have a football team? NANA MAE ARBOGAST I hope they use French Instead of Enghsh Boa RICE Wlll coach kIck out the gll'lS9 GUY BARROW I hope they ll consIder my new plan of governmg the angels ELEANOR HARPER Do they manufacture Chevrolets or shall I take mme wIth me? RUTH WILAIOTH Id rather be MIDDIS Mouse than wear wmgs EAN GRoss I hope when they organtze the angels they don t elect a presldent ACK TABSCOTT To all my pInIng female admIrers I want a teaspoonful of my ashes gwen U - K - ve a - - - . J .- ' ' ' 7 977 v 1 : I .L T ' - A C . 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Freezing ngers, ice and snow, Football flourishes as you know' Why the Hop at the season s close Is Coach s worry nobody knows Now tis time or old St Nick And cutting school s no easy trick Dances and parties and un galore- We like our holidays more and more january you bring with you Exams and worries old and new But you do have lots of sport Skating and skiing and things o that sort In February we start anew Our ormcr records to outdo But books or basketball we dzscard Wben we re old We can study bard Now tzs Marcb and tournament t1me And tbat We cant tell In prose or rbyme Tlve events o our nezgbborzng czty Tzs zndeed a monstrous pztyl Aprzl you drzzzly drzppy tlnng' You make me s1ck but you do brzng s rzng eat Upon some moonlzt garden seat Tbe May fete by day and tbe Prom by mte Is tlve scbools estwzty at zts bezgbt Exams and commencement ollow ater Tben we must bzd goodbye to our alma mater We ve enjoyed tlns year that s been our last Tbe bappy care ree days are past And tbougb we step to anotber spbere A part of our bearts wzll stzll lwe bere OJLJL AROUN f , , . , . 1 I , . f . . . 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ACTIVITIES I IX XI 1 PII I RX 'X N X I4 II X IX c 1111 I1 II S XX Ix 1I1p1 RX 'XIXRC XRI I Ix II I 1 I N U HH N H IH MM1 Nu ' 111 ll XIII UUFII lflltlll IX C Q' NX XIX I IINI K I R NIXIXRX RI SIIKI III t R PIII Xl II N1I JXNII 1133 1 Ht I ll 11 l I N 1 m I Ht l I I IIII 1 C III KIK 11 N II II RI ' 1 1111 1 XII Il N nu Il 1 m H' Il I 51- Il LIII 4 X L IIU KIM! 3 3' 3 Paqe63 K,-X"III.IfI-'X KIQRNN-I1I1r I'I11i1, '33, I5:1NI1r1I111II I'1111'11:11111'11t, '33, l1i1'Ix' II41-1'I1.1II I'IIII'IIII' 1111-111, '30, Nix, I"1-11f, '37, XX'II,. .X I,I',IiiII II-,,XRX'-H4131-I1g1II I'1111r11111111'111, '33, '37, Rik '1 I'1111111g11111'111, '33, '31, .XIPIiI,INIiI,INIZi11I I'e' f'IIIII, '14, '30, SIIIII X111-, '30, II, I, I',, '37, NI.X '.X.'1iI-I,,X NI.XlII7I-QN-hi I-I- 1I11i1, '34, '33, IIf,I'R ,'1:11I, '37, .'XI'lIRI'X' fXI.XI'NI'III,IR-Il:1NIx1-1I1,1II, '33, X'1-II1'1I111II, 'gag I'I1I1'Ix NI r'1' I, 'SQL K"I1p' 1, '33, UI1-1' Q'IlIII, '33, IILIIILI, '3Q,'3I1, I'IfR,' NI.'XRI'IN+iiI1'17f'I1lIX, '34, '31, NI: I' '11-, '34, '33, N11 X'1 , '30, Ii,1xI11'1I111II 'I'111111111- 1111'111N, '34, '33, '30, X'41II Q-.x I1:1II I'1111111111111'111N, '30, II:1wI1q1II I'11111'11:111111111N, '34, '33, '30, 'i' '11 I'1v111'11111111'111N, '34, '32, '30, IQXIX fXI.'XX 'IfI.I,iIi:1-I11'1I1q1II, '33, '30, '37, 'I'1':11'I1, '33, I' 11f1 1I1z1II, '30, fXI.X '. . i. i'I'XI1C' 'N'IiR-UI111'I11I1,'34,'3Q.'30,'3T:N11 11 Ni11','31. ,IUICI,NI1IIRIC-Svi-1111C'I11I1,'30,'3T: II1-X', 'SIM 'STI I" 1141 II111II NIg111,1g.'1', '30, I', I, N, '37, X'IR iINI,X I.IiI-1 NIX'IfR.'-I,i11'1':111 f'1f111w1, '34, '33, '30, 51:1 'I,i1 1'1': IIX f'1111l1x1, '3:, KQI1-1'1I11I1, '34, S11 Ning'30,f,'11I1.'1111I,'30,NI, I-c1v,'30,N1:111- I'ypi11g C'111111N1, '30, N11 '111' I'1111111iI, '37, '1'11:u11 51:16, '37, N11 ' 111 IIIIIII 1- Q1 -ic1y,'37. f'.'X'l'IIIfRINIf IYIIRIIQN-4irc1'11I1:111Ix High N1'I1f111I, '34, '3:, '30, Ii, I, I',, '37, IiI7I'I'II III.-XRIfN-II:1NI11'rI1:1II 'I'11111'11: 101110, '33, '30, II:1NcI1:1II I'11111'11:11111'111N, '33, '30, K"I14' 'I' 4 ' , '30, NI1,'If1,'30, X'IQR.', I'II.XRIQNiIS:1xI11'1I111II I'fIIII'IIIlIIll'III, '33, Ii:1wI1:1I1II 'I'11111'11111111-111, '32, . 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Qilcc I'I11I1, '34, .X l':1p11II41 I'I1f1i1', '30, '37, R:1I'11 I'I11Ix, '34, iiI.IiNIiIiR,XII XX'II.NI1lIII-"Ip i11 1I11, .X' '33, liI1'1' c'IIIIl, '33, '34, '31, '30, II1'1I11-N1111, '34, '33, '30, '37, IIIIIILI, '34, '31, '30, '37, IIIIC'I'K'IllNN 'I'1111r11g11111'111, '34, ,X i:1411'II.1 QI10i1', '30, '37, N11 Il Ning '31, '30, '37, 11, ,X, ,X,, '3:, '30, NI11 I'l'I1', '33, I.i11,1',111 I'11111w1, 'zap I1111'.1:1111111I I'1111'11:11111,111, '32, l1i1Ix' I'1111I-1 NI 1'1- 1, '33, IILIIIII I,1I11'111'i1111, '30, RI 'I'II XX'II,NIHIII-N111111X111-,'3:,'30, I111r11'I:1-X I'0111,11,1111,111, '34, 3I1111i'11 X'IlIIIl1II, '30, FVIIIIPI' I'1111111'iI, '37, 51'1TK'Illf,X 01 11i0r C'I11v, '37, FII If f'1IlIIII'lI, '37: I'11-Ni1I1111 111 Ii, I, I',, ':7: HO J 3 DR B 11 tCO111D1EN111RU1P1lc1lH Four years ago Dr 13 1 Golden of Elkms presented to our h1gh schoo a plaque on wh1ch the names of the most outstand1ng boy and g1r1 1n each year s graduatmg class are placed The students cons1dered for th1s honor must have a scholast1c record that 15 1n the upper th1rd of the class and must have contr1buted very deh n1te SCFVICC to the1r school dur1ng the1r four years of attendance The alumnl whose names now ap pear on th1s plaque are Martha Bar nard 1934 who 1S now a jun1or at Dav1s and Ellcms College where she IS well known for her scholast1c record and her act1ve part1c1pat1on 1n school 1 e Arthur Vanscoy 1934 who employed by the Unlted States For est Service at Ellclns where he 15 d1S Pqb4 t1ngu1sh1ng h1mse1f by h1s d1l1gence dependab111ty and ef11c1ency 1V1ar1jane Corrtclc 1935 who IS at tend1ng DHVIS and Ellcms College where she IS among the best of the stu dents who are prepar1ng to be elemen tary teacl1ers 1n our publ1c schools Marshall Goldberg 1935 our 3 star athlete who has made fame for 111m self and h1s alma mater by h1s notable work on the P1tt football team dur1ng the past season Theodora Ashby 1936 whose record of good scholast1c work and SCFVICB contmues at DAVIS and Ellcms where she has been enrolled as a freshman dur1ng the past year Delmar Martln 1936 whose xnterest IU mus1c and other school act1v1t1es at Potomac State College has made h1s fr1ends at Ellcms 1-hgh School proud that he IS one of our alumn1 1'-.lN1l5. HliH .t"C L 'Ci v wr' blurlrnl nv.., 5. Ll'E,Z,9'iQ'T, 9 wg-1-w .WLE-. 1 N N V . . . 11 ,. a - - - 9 a , 1 , . 1 1 ' l 7 7 ' 1 .. ' ' ' 9 a ' . , - . 7 7 1 a ' ' ' . . . 7 7 - ' g rf ' ' , Jr., , 1 15 , . B B To tlve Class o 1937 flre mornzng opened zts bloodslrot eye And gzlded a orrn agaznst tlre sky Flu young deer stood a moment stzll Alarmed unsure upon tbe bzll Tlve Wood belnnd bad gnen lnnz lz e Innocent o tlre snare o gun or n e Nourzslnncnt slrelttr and nonledge lved ound ln tlu lznd wlnre nature and pcau abound Along lrarder patlns or a longer stay As lze loo ed at tlre danger tlnat lay be ore He saw tlre danger yet sornetlnng more Ha saw a lz 4 171 wlncln lve d rzeed C ourage to struggle strengtlr to breed flue moment passed lns dfflfllfllt' clranged from tlve lnlls to tbe slzy lns wzszon ranged Hfztlv body pozsed and eyes zntent Tlrrouglr tlre jagged roclis be began lns desfent ELIZABETH HOUSTON A1 LEN P q as J 7 4 ' . .7 . ,f . f f ls if Y . , Q u , If A I , If NOW IPC WGS Tfdlly to Hldlic' l7lS Rfdy , , f , e , ls f , I , I . f I 1 I ', . ' 1 ' . , I 1 , ANNUA SENIOR PILA lfhc T111 Hero Bw CHARLES GEORGE Douglas Goodyear a flllild young man Mrs Blanche Goodyear his mother Grace Goodyear hls sister X 1rg1n1a Ferguson h1s faance Charles Warner the presxdent of The Hero s Club Mrs Charles Warner his mfe Bunny Wheeler engaged to Grace Annette Coverdale the only female member of Tu Adelalde Young a frxend of Grace s Vlctorxa Esmond a newspaper woman Mlle Claudette BO1'Cl0I1l a young French woman Spllce Rlder a champlon swrmmer GUY BARROW BEULAH WARD X IRGINIA MYERS X INIAN FANSLER ERNEST CANFIELD WINOI A X AN Scox Russert DAITOIN Hero s Club E1 IIABETH ALLEN F11 ANOR HARPER EAN GROSS SALLY PINTO Bos RICE What IS more pr1celess than a good hearty laugh? On snap judgment, one would say Nothmg Then thmlc how absolutely prlceless two solld hours of contmuous laughter were when the Class of 37 gave thexr Semor Play on Aprll 30 If you obtamed a sure cure for your everyday cares and worrles, then you certamly wltnessed the per formance of The fm Hero whlch upset all precedent by being ten tlm6S as funny as the average amateur performance Beulah Ward as an adormg mother who exaggerated exerythmg pertammg to her son, Guy Barrow, wrung much comedy from the s1tuat1on She made mountains out of mole hllls and when her son wrote her from larance that he had saved a young lady from drownmg, the mother lmmedlately clrculated the report that Guy was a hero and a champxon svummer As a matter of fact, the son could not SWIIT1 a stroke but when he returned home to Ameuca, he found a hero s welcome awaxt mg hlm He had to l1ve up to this receptlon, otherwlse hls mother s flbbxng would have been exposed Guy, who mastered h1s comlc dlalogue and mannerrsms to perfcctlon, won both the swlmmmg tournament and h1s lady love, Vluan Fansler Each one of the twelxe characters 1n the play contrrbuted hrs or her share to the fun malclng All members of the cast were well chosen and gave excellent performances We g1ve much of the credlt for the success of the play to our able and helpful dxrector, Mrs Charles Albert, and to our sponsor, Mxss Ellllly Barry Ill' ' 11 R - ,. 1 . ' ' 1 I' " . ' 7, . x ' x QQ ,Q 71 . 1 I ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . ' H 11 ., . a K x I . . . . - . - - Q . - ...af - nl 1 vw - , . , , , . , , .v . . . .- . . , , . , . . 5 -I - 1 - . I Q - Q 1 - . 4.',l 5 4- CQ ' 77 ' 4 4 , . ze - ya - - ' ' , . , . . . . V , . A . r . . . t . t e I . 1 ., t 1 X . . t . .1 L, . Q X . . . , , , V , 4 x , Y. 1 1 Y . . . ' . ,Q . , v , I f . hx . . . . x. . . . .Y. f . E CR 5 5tudtnt5 pat becaust they tlppweciate uhctt thty Hamm dom towards mttkmg C6116 Tiger for IQ3 7 tt sttccem Tonize their tltltfettisets Boosters o Elkms H1glu School W G HARPER G H HALL G C BAKER R J CONDRY G G MOORE BLAIR SIMONS C H BANKHEAD L PARMESANO V F BIRD A M FREDLOCK G L EAKLE BONN BROWN KEITH CUNNINGHAM CYRUS KUMP D H HILL ARNOLD HARRIS A ONES RUSSELL MOTOR CO TEETS S BEAUTY SHOP H H KERR KEIM 66 KEIM HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE ALBERT WILT W P CROMWELL B COONTZ A C MCGEE BRYAN HAMILTON ELMER POWERS THOMPSON HOTEL O HUNNICUTT MARINELLO BEAUTY SHCI W H WEESE E R CONRAD MRS SARAH ANE BLAKER MOunta1n tate arage COMPLIMENTS OF THE Aufhoffzffd Deale' Glarlcslmurg P1.1bl1Sl"l1I1g HUDSON TERRAPLANE Company CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 602 Exponent Telegram ph 9569 W V Sunday Exponent Telegram DR. . . . DR. . . ' DR. . . . . DR. . . DR. . . DR. DR. . . . . DR. . J. . DR. . . . . DR. . . DR. H. K. OWENS ORRIS B. WILMOTH DR. . . J. . - J ' S G i Davis Avenue Phone one Elkins, . a. 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Phone 860 Elkins, W. V ee our Fri ds at 7 OF e o o ow or Crea ion a a a . DAVIS AND ELKINS COLLEGE U77177167' 6837071 6715 Monday 14716 8 Courscs pref 1ratory to the M1H1SIfy Law and Nleclxcme Majors 1n Blology Chemlstry pl1yblC'llSClLI1CC Mithelnatlcs Soc1alSc1ence French ancl English Collegiate Elementary College Course for teachers Commerclal Courses meetmg requxrements for teachers Certxhcates ln Commerce Stenography and Typewrmng Booklceepmg and Accounting Elkins Hxgh School Graduales have cstalalzshed cnwablc records at Dams and Elkins College DAVIS AND El KINS IS YOUR CO1 I ECE Any Informatzon Gladly Gwen CHARLES E ALBERT Presfdenr HARRY E WHETSELL B VIRGIE HARRIS R WATRING GARAGE DODGE PLYMOUTH CARS AND TRUCKS BTVICC Tlurd Street Phone 453 ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA S .5 O15 , f I Il' ' V lv 9 S ' 9 ' ' 1 ' , 1 - , , 2 - 'L ' ' A 2 K 7 V 9 K ' . .4 I ' Q . V , usiness Manager , fglflfdf S . ItPayt T d Wlh GOLDBERG AND SONS DEPARTMENT STORE ELKINS W VA 1912 A G d St 1 a G T 1937 CIGARS LIGHT LUNCH SODAS Nea e s Drug tore Tygart Pharmacy P 88 2 0 EI KINS WEST VIRGINIA T216 Bank O 67'U7C6 THE TYGARTS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF ELKINS EI KINS WEST VIRFINIA e Men s Store CLOTHING HATS SHIRTS AND SHOES C O FFMA N .Sells Ir For ess s 0 ra e i oo ore ir ood own For Better Drug Store Service 1 5 S hone 1 Phone 1 f 5 ' Th ' 7 9 9 - - -L BOYD WEES Genera? Store BORN IN 1875 STILL GOING STRONG WEST VIRGINIA BUSINESS COLLEGE T B CAIN President CLARKSBURG WEST VIRGINIA Thousands of Former Students and Graduates Are Good Positions CHEER LEADER STYLES SUITS AND TOP COATS Young Men s 816 50 to ,529 50 Boys 9 75 to I6 50 THE JOHN B WILT COMPANY WILT CORNER ELKI NWVA VALLEY SUPPLY COMPANY Jobbers of HARDWARE MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA O O , . in , OOII l I Preps' ...... I 5 .00 to 25 .00 7 S, . Y 7 Your Education Is Not Complete Until You Have Learned to Utilize Properly Non Working Hours WEST VIRGINIA LUMBER COMPANY CHANNELL GROCERY COMPANY Wholesale Dlstrzbulors Known Canned California Canned Fruits PHONES 545 AND 344 EI KINS W VA THE GULLAND CLARKE CO Wholesale Grocers ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA The House of Quality ELKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO Burlders Subblres LUMBER BRICK SAND PLASTER CEMENT AND LIME Phone 640 . Incorporated Groceries, Confections, Flour, Feed, Roofing. Distributors of Nationally 7 PP ' 77 9 7 , , 9 W C ARMENTROUT Speclal Agent SELLING ORGANIZED FORESIGHT FOR THE EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA MODERNIZE WITH GAS COUNT ON GGLEBANK s Hot Water Servlce Refngeratlon FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES W I C E99 A Gas COIHPQHY GRADUATION GIFTS h OFFICE SUPPLIES Cooking Service Heatmg Phone 144 West Mar Creamery COMPLIMENTS PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 68 H B MARTIN COAL MARTIN SNYDER CO EI KINS WEST VIRGINIA ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA COM PLIMENTS OF HARRY MOORE o o . I . , . . , 7 lxi v in School W'hcn Leaving Sc ool 108 Second Street Elkins, W. Va. uzhen Starting into Busineg OF Davis Avenue DAVIS TRUST COMPANY Establzshed 1899 DOES A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS Your Account and Busmess Solzuted ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA MON ONGAHELA SYSTEM Generates and dnstrxbutes electrlclty sells nationally advertised electrlcal appllances glves free engmeermg service on wxrmg hghtmg and power applxcatlons These latter servlces are FREE Use them freely to get the EARLE S MEAT THE MARKET Randolph Revlew HOME DREssED MEATS AND 320 D GROCERIES ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA 477 dS: WV TRICKETT S GAINER S TAXI THIRD STREET MARKET A COMPLETE FOOD MARKET RADIOS Thanks Call Again Phone 394 Th d Sr Phone 35 Phone 30 Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance , . . . . . , . . , most from the money you spend with the Monongahela System. 5 avis Avenue ' Phone Thir reet Elkins, . a. 9 Q , 0 ir ree! Elkins, W. Va. MIRACLE BEAUTY SALON V C B For Your Next ppomtment TELEPHONE 44 SELBY SHOES ARCH PRESERVERS TRU POISE STYL EEZ G1IIJertS Shoe tore COMPLIMENTS NEHI BOTTLING CO o B DURRETT BRYANT MOTOR CO OLDSMOBILE AND INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT BRIGGS Ed COST OXY ACETYLENE AND ELECTRIC WELDERS P 2 R ELKINS COMPLIMENTS SENECA TRAIL RESTAURANT STATION PLAZA Ma1n treet tore AND Economy Market GOOD THINGS TO EAT CITY RESTAURANT AND HOTEL FINEST FOOD IN TOWN Davis Avenue ROBERT BROWN Manager First Floor, W. a. cal 86 Coke Co. uildin ' A . . S Third Street ELKINS OF . . Phone 171 Owner OF hone 37 S. 'I d Ave. RANDOLPH ENTERPRISE rmters and pubfrslzers ELKINS WEST VA FOR CLOTHING AND SHOES SEE JACOB S ECONOMY STORE COMPLIMENTS Kelly Foundry and MHC 1116 BAER S Excluswe Women s Wear PRINTZESS COATS AND SUITS GOLD STRIPE HOSIERY MUNSINGWEAR ELKINS Whetsell s nsurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE FIRE AUTOMOBILE LIFE ACCIDENT THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE O H TAYLOR SERVICE STATION I I d R .1 lph A 24 Hour Service tempIe s amtar tore OPP MILK MAID BREAD 2 T h EIKINS WEST VIRGINIA v s OF I , h' Co. Davis Ave. I . . Four h S reet an an 0 ve, COMpLIMENTS Cropp-Landis Bakery Incorporated OF S ' S ' y S Phone 51 ent Street osite the High School Y THE HOME OF LEADING BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS AND ACCESSORIES Everythmg m Popular and Standard Music Band and Orchestra Music Chorus and Cholr Musxc VOLKWEIN S 632 LIBERTY AVE ATLANTIC 1794 PITTSBURGH 5 Part of the ountry trong progressrve OI'fl8.I1 S tO1'C CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK GAB THE Mernber 0 the Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposrt ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA Insurance Corporatzon THE DARDEN COMPANY Manufacturers and Jobbers FLOUR FEEDS GRAIN AND FIELD SEEDS EIKINS WEST VIRGINIA n Thi C f S Z . There Is One Outstanding W ' S All 2555 .ga f . FOX' several yC8.I'S WC I'l8.VC had the pleasure of SCYVIUQ' Coach Frank XVITHSI' and athletes and TTICUCIS. people VVClCOI"flCd at all times. 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