Elkins High School - Tiger Yearbook (Elkins, WV)

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V 4 I A I -HI -V f - .Y - - - '.- ! ,IV144N gf,4 sm! -1. Defense Program in Presenting TIGER bf E1kiI1S High SC1'1OCD1 44 44 44 44 r rv vw vw E1kil'1S, VV-GSJE ViI'Qi1'liO. I-lIThe Senior Class of 1941 Wishes to thank Cadet Wal- ter E. Mather, Editor-in-Chief of the Howitzer, ofhcial organ of West Point Academy, for his kind cooperation in providing pictures of the Reservation for the division pages in its Annual, the Tiger. llIDuring these stirring times when men's lives seem to be of h such little value, our class thinks it a priv- ilege to show one phase of the more serious side of life. It has tried to depict, in a meager Way, some of the neces- sary departments of the United States Army which help to provide a part of the program of Na- tional Defense. l1IThe book throughout-in the division pages, in the faculty, classes, clubs, and in all school activities-has attempted to bring before the high school some of the methods employed in National Defense. If it has attained this goal, the eiorts of the Class of 1941 have not been in vain.-The Tiger Staff. M. . . 0 -ILL-hah-4.-L'.nm1krxmi.l.:-:fs3.a.a.w:araLH.' -n2h.x4. - in !,'. 'A -I' 1'5" LT. H. P. BAILEY CAPT. FRANK C. WIMER LT. A. H. MYER FRONT ROW tleft to right! : Ualalii, f'lIl'l1. Imvy, Vorp. 4'x'ou4'h, l'm'll. Bcnnutt, t'ni'lx. Phillips, l'4rr1r. Zirklv. Vorp, Ilnvis, Sgt. Butt-ln-1' Sgt. l-'. Noting, Sgt. R, YUIIIILI, lst Sgt, .lov Davis, lst Lt. H. l'. Bzillvy, Pant, Flklllk l'. Winner, Lt. A, H. Myer, Lt. A. ll. Roy Sgt. Naiggs. Sgt. L. Young. Sgt, Vaippznloily, Sgt. vv1llllSll'y. Forp. 'I':nlImtt, Corp, Montmiy, f'Ul'lI. Hnnlnivr, Vurli. llninn-i Jones, Good. Brlgggs. XIIIHDLE HOW: Stunt-r, Farr. Lnmht-rt, Stark. A, Zlrklv, Kvsllilu, I'I1zu'n-s, H, Phillips, I. Luc, liaiht-oc-k, Etlllllbllli, H. Wm-st Vlleiimvn-tli. BAVK ROW: G. Bonnvlt, Blair. L. l-'inls-n, l'n-zzulli, Sta-wixsoii, Ht-!llllil'lC, M1't'zinluy, Amin-ws, l"urguson, W, 'I'ullin:m, t'. Finln-n Luuk, Wilfung, V. Phillips, Tl-cts, il4lllllk'l', V, Tilillllilll, IC. Smith, Hntvliinsull, lhwlke, Whltr, I.. Smith, H. Zirkln-, Fe-ssh-I Tinnn-y, 4l'Harn. H. Altmlw-, A. iflIil'lll'I'. Dedicoiiion With sinccrc gratitude wc dedicate this hook to thc National Guard and to any citizens of Randolph County who :ire called into the service of their coun- try undcr thc National Defense Program. The training of thcsc young men cnuhlcs the government to insure liberty and freedom to present and future Americans. V. Zirkle. Vollins, Slain-i', Sliz1i'v1', xll'EiWillll, Pm-, lflvurctl, Wllmuth, l'ritt, York, .I. Mo4n'e, Pingley, l'. Phillips, lb. Vhilliph yqgpm--A vi 'Ir'-"-'S-. - ye-rf-1 s V- N. -,F-gr 1-sep -vp uv- vw -. It-K -News ' 'F Y The Star-Spangled Bonner O say! can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous light, O'er the ramparts we watch, were so gallantly streaming? And theirockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proofs through the night that our flag was still there. O say, does that Star-spangled Banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? On the shore, dimly seen, through the mists of the deep, Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep, As it Htfully blows, half conceals, half discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam, In full glory reflected, now shines on the stream: 'Tis the Star-spangled Banner: O long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave! O thus be it ever when free-men shall stand Between their lov'd homes and the war's desolation! Blest with vict'ry and peace, may the I-Ieav'n rescued land Praise the Pow'r that hath made and preserved us a nation! Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just, And this be our motto: "In God is our trust!" And the Star-spangled Banner in triumph shall wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave! -FRANCIS Sco'r'r KEY t i n a H H t m ., M u i -'J' rre nr-',nlvZa.r.....l nm 1.4: :Isl '. , , -un,..,, .,....1 w Pldvisory' Council and Commanding Gfficers "NN . f MR. HENRY HALIILTON, Pl'l.l1C'l'lIt7! Mn. IAMES B. BRUFFEY, Assistant Principal Administrators - mf ' " ' Alia ' ,... , '!z.lum.?.l,: ,441- I-listory of County Unit Board The lflliins l'uhlic Schools were formerly under the supcrxision ol' an lndependent Board oi' liducation. known as the lflkins Independent District Board. ln 1933 the State Legislature of Vllest Virginia changed the entire set-up ol' the school system. The indepen- dent districts were dispensed with. ln their places County Boards ol' Education were desig- nated to run school allairs. Five inemhers are elected in each county-four of whom are inenihers and one is the president, chosen hy the inemhers. lr is the duty ol' these county lwoards to hire teachers, superintend all school ailairs, appoint a Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent. and a Director of High Schools. The memhers of the Board and their assistants are: XV1Li.i.xsrs NIt:X'itxm' WV1i.Mo'1'ii B. fl.X1Nlll.'l'lJTN H. l'1A1X1lI.'l'UN ciI,.XSSCOCK VV.xitia c:llliNlJXVli'I'll Uk. Boswoit'rii frfwf-7 WM' ,,f'A.,-.ff U-J fQ.z"""J! A HHIN H' . KNHXNIHIIH 15,4 ,Hx XXINII NNN, K 'XIHIH' X1 l HXILIN IHH NIIYXXXX IH' I, XYlml'11x I 1 WH' 'W fllvm XLIHI llxkllz NXXHN fx in F ' 'hw duh, as fa. A aw A ,WM K x XVIII!! UNH Iv nw lima 1 N H MMI? V H' .uns PII ll - IIN 4 IH Nsxxxrx N 5l'IR'i I9 XXX .X I"liW THINGS WH MAY FIND ON THIS IHXCSIC: . . . Hur nclglmlwors across the slrcct .... - Xction :mal nticntion at llw Parsons game . , . Two intcrcstcd faculty mcmlwcrs . . . Ashby in Ll picnic moml . . Thrcc smurr girls . . . Boys :mel l-Ctl . . . mostly fcct . . . lnixinrifm lmt no grave yilfll . . . FlllL'lllLlllIl3,f rolnuncc . . Volunteers fo JERRY FISHER WILLIAM HAMILTON VINT MARGARET BIRD EARLE DONALD EUGENE WHITEMAN THOMAS EDWARD CSROVES IOSEPHINE BETTY WAUGH CHARLES RENNIX DORIS ELEANOR DYE BETTY ANN SITES OWEN PINGLEY IRENE MARGUERITE POLING GLENN GAINER, IR. KRAIL DUMIRE MIADALYN BELLE CANFIELD THOMAS IONES RUTH ESTHER LINOER CRWENDOLYN IRVINE HARRY RANDOLPH WILMOTII SARA IANE CUNNINOHAM IAMES RICE RICHARD W. FRANK MADELEINE RUTH BOLTON ANDREW D. BARLOW ANNA MOORE YVONNE FAYE SPONAUGLE EARL RAY CUNNINGHAM MARGARET ANN STALNAKER LESTER ROSIER LEWIS ARDINOER MARY FRANCES RUCKER RICHARD G. ISNER MARIORIE ANN HORII HARRX' cJVVENS KIARDNER NIAMIE EILEEN cTIBSON WILLIAM KEITH MCC CTENEVA ALICE N IQATHERYN HARRIS WlLL.AllD CIILLETT IAULEY ESTOR PIELEN ELIZABETH IXNDRING FRANK THoIxIPsoN FRANK INLEY, IR. ELNA FLANAGAN RIIMEII ANTHLINI RACHEL IMBELLE Nl-ITTIE ,UNE BENNETT FRANKLIN IQAY RIGHT PAFLINE FISHER RICHARD RIQE BI IHTH if f ,I y IXLVIE XVHITE I BETTY 'IRILBARII PIARRY PHILLIPN LOUISE SHEETS BE'rTY YVONNE MIJRRIS FERRIS HKJSTETTLER SHIRLEY Lols Sco'I'T HAROLD BOLTON RUBERT PHILLIPS NIARY IQANNE Sr:,xLLoN XXNTIIONY TI'c:c:I EDITH K.-ITHLEEN LOVETTA B1ARIE ,TURNER URBAN POE BETTY CL'R'rIs ARTHUR BILLIL: SHxInNs KEITH BITRTUN CORLEY MILDIKED ROSE YOUNG PIONVARD R. KNAGGS ANNA ELIZABETH WORRMAN IXLVVILD-K ELLEN C:0CHRAN PATRICK IOSEPI-I LEILLOOLY FERN HOPE BISER ROBERT CLARK WINGEIELD IOSEPII ARNOLD SMITH BETTY LEE ROBEY WARREN EDWARD NVHITE BETTIE MCMILLEN EVELYN XIIRGINIA QIRAVVFURD KENNETII HINKLE KYLE TAVIS SMITH HUBERT IJALE HILL D4 r fl ll QL, 11.-im NEIL IXNTIIONY LOTIIES - I IJURUTHY ELOIsE SOOTT ERNEST CALVERT SKIDMORE ' ELEANOR MAE CHENQBWETH f,LlVl'1 QIENEIVE FANSLER ' PAIII, RUSSELL IQISNER-'W VIOLA KATIIRYN HAIKTBIAN HAIQRX' WESTFIELD DENIAREST RI'ssELL FRANKLIN QjAMPBELl, IEANNE MERCIER VERNON GORDON BEATRICE LANTZ l.OIs ELAINE WHITEMAN IDEWEY PHAREs, IR. CQLADYS LORRAINE Q:00N'l'Z IAMES ERNEST GREGORY ' , ll BAARY N,-YN H,xIzsIIBAIxcEk BLAIR H.'XllI'ER SPONAPGLE B1AlLLiARE'l' ANNE SIIAEIEI: IosEI1II P. S.,xN,xI'I'o NEYX'T1JN SIIEIIIDAN THDMAS LDL.-Y IXRVILLA ERVIN WILLIAM IACKSON KITTLE H.AZEL L. PIERCE' M.-KDKIE LEE RIIJFLE GEUIIGE WILLIABI CAIQIIENTEIQ ARLENA KEIINS RAYIYIOND KIIANTZ tj.-UYIPBELL RICIIEIIID H. PIIAL' Lms M.-IIIGAIIET RAINE DALE DEI'KN CIIIPPS BETTY IEAN I"IARI'ER VYIRGINIA CLINGER2N1AN ELXVYN REED BURKE BETTY IANE EIcIc:I4soN IOIIN H. NIORAN, III. XVILLARD RAY KESLING EVNIQE VIIu:INI,I SLEETII RIc:IIAIID EDWARD HARDWICK SHIRLEY CIIIQIETINE FANSLER M.XhIIE INTANCY CIANFIELD fIEORGE IACIIB 'FAYLOR RL'ssIE Aff.-KRGARET HART RIIBEIQT cjLARENCE HALL ANN IBRYDEN CIIAMEERS IVIARY PALLINE WOLFE I,0ROTllY BEATIQICE PI-IAIIES 'KI u ,-in '32 in Q4 -:KK rf. 4, I .R 1 Ixus! , I v r N vm- .-, i .1 Ju.. X951-IIE 1 'IUMA POE MCELWAIN PHILLIPS BRAKE Cl-IIPPS STARK CTARDNER Hammer and Chisel One of the divisions in our high school to which we are glad to give a page in our Annual is known as the Trade School. Organized in 1937, the Trade School started with twelve students. Since that time it has more than tripled its size. During the three years since this division was organized, it has carried on quite an extensive program. One of the many projects which it has carried out was the building of a two-story frame addition to the shop. Also the students have built numerous pieces of furniture which deal with cabinet making and mill working. This year a new teacher, Mr. Charles E. Albert, was added to the staFf of this depart- ment. He took over the teaching of all related subjects. Mr. Harvey P. Bailey continued to teach the practical work until the second semester when he was called to a training camp through the National Defense Program. He was succeeded in the Trade School by Mr. Hugh Nestor, a former County teacher. a :. :.,:.'l Senior Class oi Elkins I-liqh School Andring, Helen Elizabeth Antolini, Romeo Arbogast, Evelyn Grey Barlow, Andrew D. Bennett, Nettie Iune Bennett, Roger Billig, Arthur Biser, Fern Hope Bolton, Harold Bolton, Madeleine Ruth Booth, Rachel Isabelle Boyles, Margaret Burke, Elwyn Reed Butler, Everett Campbell, Russell Franklin Canfield, Madalyn Belle Canfield, Mamie Nancy Carpenter, George William Chambers, Ann Dryden Chenoweth, Eleanor Mae Chipps, Dale Dean Clingerman, Virginia Cochran, Alwilda Ellen Collett, Willard Cook, Eleanor Ruth Coontz, Gladys Lorraine Corbin, Donald Eldorus Corley, Keith Burton Corley, Virl Cost, Ray M., Ir. Crawford, Evelynne Virginia Cunningham, Sara lane Curtis, Betty Currence, Homer Demarest, Harry Westfield Dumire, Gail Dye, Doris Eleanor Dyer, Wanda Lee Earle, Margaret Bird Erickson, Betty lane Ervin, Lola Arvilla Fansler, Olive Geneive Fansler, Shirley Christine Fisher, Delores Fisher, Mary Fisher, Pauline Frank, Richard W. Gainer, Glenn, Ir. Gardner, Harry Owens Gibson, Mamie Eileen Gillooly, Patrick Ioseph Gordon, Vernon Gregory, Iames Ernest Groves, Thomas Edward Gum, Hilda Cora Hall, Robert Clarence Hardwick, Richard Edward Harper, Betty lean Harris, Katheryn Harshbarger, Mary Nan Hart, Russie Margaret Hartmann, Viola Kathryn Himes, Ralph Hinchman, Ruby Hill, Hubert Dale Hinkle, Kenneth Horr, Marjorie Ann Hostettler, Ferris Irvine, Gwendolyn Irwin, Iames William Isner, Richard G. Iones, Thomas Kelley, Iames W. Kerns, Arlena Kesling, Willard Ray Kisner, Paul Russell Kittle, William Iackson Kley, Frank, Ir. Knaggs, Howard R. Lantz, Beatrice Linger, Ruth Esther Lothes, Neil Anthony Marstiller, Ralph McCauley, William Keith McMillen, Bettie Mercer, Moore, Moran, Morris, Morris, Nestor, Ieanne Anna Iohn H., Ir. Betty Yvonne Dorothy Iean Geneva Alice Pfau, Richard H. Phares, Dewey, Ir. Phares, Dorothy Beatrice Phillips, Harry Phillips, Robert Piercy, Hazel L. Pingley, Owen Poling, Duane Poling, Irene Marguerite -4 . Raine, Lois Margaret Rennix, Charles Rice, Iames Rice, Richard Riflle, Madge Lee Right, Franklin Ray Roby, Betty Lee Rosier, Lester Rucker, Mary Frances Sainato, Ioseph P. Scallon, Mary Ioanne Scott, Dorothy Eloise Scott, Shirley Lois Sellers, William Shaffer, Margaret Anne Sheets, Louise Simons, Edith Kathleen Sites, Betty Ann Skidmore, Ernest Calvert Sleeth, Eunice Virginia Smith, Kyle Avis Smith, Ioseph Arnold Sponaugle, Blair Harper Sponaugle, Yvonne Faye Stalnaker, Edith Stalnaker, Lorraine Dahmer Stalnaker, Katherine Stalnaker, Margaret Ann Taylor, Evelynne Marie Taylor, George Iacob Thomas, Newton Sheridan Thompson, Eddie Thompson, Frank Tolbard, Betty - Tucci, Anthony Turner, Lovetta Marie Vint, William Hamilton Waugh, Iosephine Betty White, Alvie VVhite, Warren Edward Whiteman, Donald Eugene Whiteman, Lois Elaine Wilmoth, Harry Randolph Wingfield, Robert Clark Wolfe, Mary Pauline Workman, Anna Elizabeth Young, Mildred Rose Zirbs, Edward E. Zirbs, Harry Arthur Class of '42 VVc're iuniors novv antl iust heginning to realize that over hall oi' our high school career has passetl. Looking hack to the time when we enteretl high school as freshmen, we retnemher we were the largest class ever to present itself to lflkins High School, having gzj tnetnhers. We have lost, comparf ing ours with the other classes, lew liront our ranks: lor at the present time we hoast a class tnetnhership ol' 217. Although titnicl ancl hashliul at lirst we soon atliustetl ourselves anal have contrihutetl to our high school gootl athletes, musicians, scholars, artists, anal reatlers. Our class has heen active in school allairs. It has talsgen gt leatling part in the "Tiger Frolicsug has often out-yelletl the other classes in assemlulyg ltelpenl to present "Stunt Niteng gave the biggest and hest luniorfSenior Prom: anal is the lirst class in many years to puhlish a printecl newspaper which has provccl not only to he vvorthswhile hut interesting antl easy to reatl as well. VVe are willing to give credit lor much ol' our success to our three liztithliul sponsors who have helpetl us over tnany rough places. They are Miss Mary Willa Chanthers. Miss l,ouise Sleentan, ancl Mr. lesse Stewart. Our class otlicers are: Presitlent, Zan White: vice presitlent, Guy Langg secretary, liarhara Ann Tahscottg treasurer. lack Lowery. 1 -we Sophomore Class The Sophomore Class hegan its second year in Elkins High School in very high spirits. It was again assigned to the sponsors: Miss Kump, Miss Cole, and Mr. White. After enrollment the class settled down to work and class officers were chosen as follows: loe Hard- wick, president: Richard Dye, vice presidentg Donald Kelly, secretary and treasurer, and Patty Boggs, cheer- leader. It also elected Donald Kelly, Milton Hamil- ton, and Elizabeth Purdum as representatives to the Student Council. The Sophomore Class is proud to have such out- standing memhers as Donald Kelly, who has made good in foothall and basketball: and Milton Hamil- ton who holds the highest grade average ever known in lilkins High School. The class is represented well in all scholastic activities. Next year the class hopes to be full-fledged juniors, still trying to hold up the reputation of doing its hest on all occasions. There are many things that juniors dog for example, Stunt Nite and the Iunior- Senior Prom are entirely dependent upon our class. V , - asv , J img - i A Ax 1 e lf ' s 'l.Qff,'V"" fn, '-flfb 1 ' 54, ,- -Log-git Q li-:V Q. 1 .I if ,- uf 1 f ,-f""l,,r' Sv' v K A M 1 I 'J M' ! fififlal IQ f'g"'CnC"' ttisw Freshman Class tc if ll- ,, The freshmen, gog strong, deserxe three cheers. Perhaps they are not so green as they are often given credit for being. Our class has some athletic almility as it has given Gerald Sanders to lioothall's lirst eleven, and liohert "Red" Rhodes to the second team. 'lihese are just two of the strong men, hut there are many others who just havenit started to shine. During the lirst days at lilkins lligh the fresh- men elected class ofhcers. lane Darden was chosen presidentg Norman Ross, vice president: Stanley VVils moth, seeretaryg Harlwara Holton, treasurer. 'lihc lireshmen are allowed three representatives to the Student Council. Norman Ross, Gordon VVhite. and lane Darden were elected to this august hotly. The freshmen lieel that they were made to feel at home when they tfirst came to Elkins High. The Student Council sponsored the "Green Balll' in order that the freshmen might get better acquainted. This tended to hreak down any harriers that still remained in any lireshman's mind. 'lihe Freshman Class likes Elkins High School and everyone in it. ls not that a nice attitude with whit-Ii to start a liour-year iourneyP J'mf:'5Q' , . " fwrff' 1, S" ,Yunnan I. xN""" Y' -if ' , N 'I . ,J J L J , Ui N M Q 2' 'LV 3 , ekus Popularity Contest Most IAMES RICE Most 04.90 , DoRIs DYE Most HAROLD BOLTON Most SHIRLEY SCOTT Most FRANK KLEY Best SARA IANE CUNNINGIIAM Best .CHARLES RENNXX Best MARGARET ANN STALNAKER Popular ANN CHAMBERS Typical HOWARD KNAGGS Stuolious FERN BISER Musical DONALD VVI-IITEMAN Athletic IERRY FISHER Dancers THOMAS GROVES Sports MARY NAN HARSHBARGER Looking HARRY DEMAREST 1.1 - ni , ,,.v. I A .fit 1 IE A 'Q' 4. .L 'E 3. Ir. .l ' . lm T' -., . I ij: 'gm X r H-A TL ,. 7 ::'v'gfv:,gl'fjv1H"g'vMP"f"iijE"r'P'1'r - - - ., , -1... H --. "ek -H . . ,,.,,. "" 'f ! ' z--' Tiger Staff 'E Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Feature Editor - Assistant Feature Editor Assistant Feature Editor Artist - - - Artist - - Assistant Artist Stag Assistant Stal? Assistant Music Editor Athletic Editor Business Stag Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager SARA JANE CUNNINGHAM Q BETTY ANN Si'rEs - FERN B1sER THOMAS GROVES MARGARET EARLE KEITH CORLEY PATRICK GILLOOLY BETTY ERICKSON ANDREW BARLoW - THOMAS IONES BETTY JEAN HARPER - FRANK KLEY , - HOWARD KNAGGS MARY FRANCES RUCKER MARY NAN HARSHBARGER - ANN CHAMBERS A o af , h i ,4 , . i." 7, . ,Lx- 5 M ZKI tg i - Izz if lffii Writing the Tiger Some students. especially the freshmen. may have wondered who the persons are that gather in the chemistry lahoratory every day at one o'clock. For the enlightenment ol' those who donit know, they are seniors, who com- prise the Tiger Stall. .X lot ol murmuring was heard: Miss Digman, the stall' adviser, turned the key in the File lock: all was quiet, and everything was in readiness lor another day's work on the Annual. The typewriter sings: the pencils are husy, and another 'l'iger is on its way to press alter a year's work. For those who are interested in this type ol work as an extra- curricular activity, the experience ol' writing a Yearhook is an enioyahle and interesting one. One ol the most enioyahle activities is the Tiger Stall assemhly which is presented the hrst ol Ianuary each year. This year the stall used a skit "Memories" to start the campaign lor Tiger sales after which the editor-in' chief. assistant editor, and assistant leature editor gave talks on the general layout. special leatures. and cost ol the hook. It is too had every senior cannot have a part in the task ol writing the Tiger. hut that is impossihle. 'llo those who are chosen lor the work. praise should he given as they have tried their hest to plan a hook that will please the entire student hotly. The stall' is proud ol' this year's Annual, hut the linal decision is lelt to you. Tlmcrv comm that mnpshol mann Llgllill . . . Cam you 111111: .X slccping zlthlclc but 'I good om' . . . l.. li. S. in Humingf lon . . . Two l1lLlllOl'iC5 ol' ilu' pals! . . . Thu' salnc pcrson twicc . . .X National flllllI'llSIl1llIl . . Reserves 4-qw was? Student Council Since 1933 Elkins High School has sponsored a Student Government Association which aids in school administration, endeavors to encourage school spirit, provides practical eperience in government, promotes scholarship. and helps develop leadership in worthwhile school activities. The Student Council is composed of representa- tives from the four classes, the music department, the boys' athletic department, the Girls' Athletic Association, the B. I. P., Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Y, Iunior Academy of Science, National Honor Society, F. H. A., and the A. R. D. clubs. Regular meetings are held twice a month for the purpose of considering school problems and routine work. Lively discussions frequently develop as a result of the various matters brought to the at- tention of the council. Special meetings may be called by the president. The Student Government Association strives to cooperate with the faculty, the athletic department, and the student body by assisting with assembly pro- grams, operating a lost and found department, at- tempting to improve school conduct, and helping with meetings and athletic contests. The officers who lead this group are President --------- MILDRED YOUNG Vice President - - RICHARD KERR Secretary - - - ANN CHAMBERS Treasurer - - - GUY LANG Future l-lomemalteifs Association Some of the aims of the Future Homemakefs Association are to encourage the profitable use of leisure timeg to improve ideals of home and personal livingg to promote homemakingg to stimulate inter- est in the occupational opportunities of home eco- nomics, and to encourage the practice of desirable standards of homemaking. One project, which is carried on by this club and which has proved both successful and valuable to the school in general, is the serving of hot lunches to teachers and students. The proceeds from this project are being used to beautify the home economics rooms. Each year the rooms are made more attrac- tive by the addition of pictures, Howers, and furni- ture. Annually the club sends two delegates to the State F. H. A. Convention which has been held for three consecutive years at the Stonewall Iackson Hotel'in Clarksburg. l-li- The Hi-Y Club was organized in Elkins High School in order to help in creating, maintaining, and extending throughout the school and community a high standard of Christian character. The purpose of this club, which has been active in our high school since I9I7, is to encourage clean scholarship and clean living. It now has an enrollment of some thirty boys. The club has several projects in which it takes great pride. One of these is giving baskets of food, clothing, and toys to the underprivileged at Christ- mas time. The sale of bonds which the club carries on every year helps to bear the financial burden of our local Young Men's Christian Association. The Hi-Y Club is not classed as a social club, but in spite of this it has a Fall and Spring "Best Not only does the club carry on beneficial proj- ects in the school but it also contributes many social activities. In the latter part of October new members were taken into the club and were put through both formal and informal initiations. An informal dance was held at the Oak Grove Tea Room in December. Each month a social meeting is held at the home of a member. In April a Spring Formal was held which was attended by members and their guests. At this time the officers for the coming year were announced. This ended the social activities of the year. T he ofiicers of this club are President -------- BETTY IEAN PHARES Vice Presiderzt - - - VIRGINIA SLEETH Secretary - - - - - ELEANOR BRAKE Treasurer -------- ELAINE HEDRICK Sponsors - Miss EVELYN COLE, MRs. ANNA MooRE Y Girl" Banquet. At the Spring gathering, the officers for the following year are chosen and presented to the club. The club is very proud of its work. At this time it wishes to thank Mr. Moore for his untiring efforts in trying to make this club function the way a Hi-Y club should. The officers are President ---- - HOWARD KNAGGS Vice President - - - ANDREW BARLOW Secretary - - - ROBERT WINGFIELD Treasurer - - - - RICHARD KERR Chuplain - - - ELWYN BURKE Sponsor - - MR. CARL MooRE 0 . ,f V wwf ,aww may Tri-I-Ii-Y The Tri-Hi-Y serves the girls who are members in Elkins High School in about the same capacity as the Hi-Y does the boys in our school. This club, though young so far as age is concerned, has already proved it is willing to put "its shoulder to the wheel", for during this year the club entertained freshmen girls with a tea and the second State Tri-Hi-Y Con- vention. The Tri-Hi-Y, with the Hi-Y. delivered Christmas baskets to the needy and assisted with the annual Bond Sale. The Tri-Hi-Y G. A. The ideals set up by the Girls' Athletic Association are sportsmanship, loyalty, and fair play. To be admitted to this organization, a girl must possess all of these qualities and excel in sports. Among the many activities on the annual program for the G. A. A. are the distribution of baskets to the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas and a banquet given in honor of the Elkins High School athletes. This year the G. A. A. sold felt basketball emblems con- taining also the word "Elkins." Each year the G. A. A. sponsors the May Fete which arouses much interest within the provided for a treasure hunt for children in connection with the local Young Men's Chris- tian Association, inducted the Iunior Tri-Hi-Y Club members at Central School, and held a Mother's Day Tea. The sponsor for this wide-awake group is Miss Glendine Ashby. The officers are President -------- RUTH LINGER Vice President ---- BETTY ANN SITES Corresponding Secretary - MILDRED YOUNG Recording Secretary - KATHERINE B. MCGEE Treasurer ------ FERN HOPE BISER A. school as well as among the town's people. This event includes the crowning of the Queen of May who is attended by eight lovely princesses and their escorts. This is followed by a colorful pageant, written and directed by Miss Louise Sleeman, sponsor of the club for the past four years, and a May Pole Dance, presented by beautiful girls from all the classes. The oHicers of'this club are President ------- ANN CHAMBERS Vice President - MARGARET ANN STALNAKER Secretary - - - - - BETTY ANN SITES Treasurer - - - - DORIS DYE Iunicr Academy of Science The purpose of the Iunior Academy of Science is to promote the study and attempt to advance science in Elkins High School. These two things are enchanced by perform- ing experiments and by giving talks at the bi- monthly meetings. Each member is required to take part in a program at least once during a semester. Each year the club sends delegates to the State Iunior Academy of Science Convention, which will be held this year at Philippi. Last year the State Convention was held at Keyser where one of the members, Richard Kerr, won the first place trophy for presenting the best paper at the meeting pertaining to medicine. This trophy was offered by the West Virginia Medical Association. The sponsors of this club are Mr. Hutton, Mr. White, and Mr. Whitlach. The olTicers are President ------ ANDREW BARLOW Vice President - - RICHARD KERR Secretary - - - RUTH LINGER Treasurer - - MILDRED YOUNG J A. R. D. Club The A. R. D. Club was admitted to Elk- ins High School this year as a social organiza- tion, its purpose being to promote and advance social education in Elkins High School. This club was formerly the Phi Omega, but upon becoming a high school organization, it dropped the Greek name. There are this year twenty junior and senior girls enrolled in this club. This is the maximum number allowed for membership. Mrs. Stafford is the sponsor and general adviser, having been chosen for this office when the club was made a high school organization. Two of the most important social activi- ties of the club each year are the Spring Formal and Spring Election Banquet which are al- ways formal. Each is held before the close of the school, usually during the month of May. The officers of the club are President ------- - Doms DYE Vice President - - SARA IANE CUNNINGHAM Secretary-Treasurer - - MARY Io SCALLON National Honor Society The National Honor Society means just what it says: it is national in scopeg the honor attached to its membership cannot be ques- tioned, and it is a society because it is a com- panionship with one's fellows. The Fasces Chapter was organized in our high school in 1933. It has proved its worth in the things for which it stands: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Any student who is fortunate enough to become alliliated with this organization is justly proud, as he B. l. One of the most outstanding social organ- izations in Elkins High School is the B. I. P., organized several years ago by Mrs. K. S. Mc- Kee. Since its organization the club has had several sponsors, the present one being Miss Elizabeth Moore, a teacher in the English de- partment and adviser for the school news- paper, To become a member of the B. I. P., a girl must have good character and high ideals. Sometime during early autumn each year, in- vitations are given to junior and senior girls who are the prospective members. This year fourteen junior and senior girls were initiated into the club which makes a total of twenty active members. Although the B. I. P. is a social club, it l should beg for this society helps to place him definitely in schools, offices, or other businesses to which he may aspire in the future. This society for the past several years has been under the sponsorship of Mr. I. B. Bruf- fey, the assistant principal of Elkins High School. The oliicers for this club are President -------- IAMES Rica Vice President ---- HOWARD KNACGS See'y-Treasurer - MARY NAN HARSHBARGER P. carries on throughout the entire year activi- ties which are of value to both the school and the community. This year instead of giving a basket of food at Christmas time as was cus- tomary, the club sent milk for two months to a needy family. Many social affairs are held during the year, including dinner-theater parties and dances. The most outstanding of these affairs are the Spring Formal and the Spring Elec- tion Banquet, a dinner dance at which time the olhcers for the coming year are elected. Officers of the club are President ------ BETTY ANN SITES Vice President - - MARY NAN I-IARsHBARc1aR Secretary ------ ANNA WORKMAN Treasurer - - MARGARET ANN STALNAKER ugg:wvA- ,,- f.--v T l -Y. F' '. i1.v:.1.,I.:::nlLS::'ss. .,:,. i -v ,.42...., init llldiia U ll Speed By Wilbur Braun H Miss Ivy Trast, a tall angular spinster - Idora Evans, maid of all worlq - - Emma Lambert, owner of "Barge Inn" Slim Williams, a chap of eighteen - Enid Lambert, Emma? daughter - Harold Orr, a young man fall of life Mrs. Harold Orr, his wife - - Rollo Iones, very timid and shy - MARGARET EARLE BETTY WAUGH ANN CHAMBERS FRANK THOMPSON PEGGY SHAEFER THoMAs IONES BETTY ANN SITES HAROLD BOLTON Zella Fiery, newspaper reporter - - MARY NAN I-IARSHBARGER Emory Iones, Rollo? father - - - - ERNEST SKIDMORE M On Friday, November 5, the Senior Class presented the fast moving, three act farce "Speed" by Wilbur Braun. The play was directed by' Mrs. Charles E. Albert who has di- rected the senior plays in our high school since 1935. The play was a decided -success, and much of the credit is due Miss Irene Eib and Miss Mabel Woodward, class sponsors who worked faithfully with Mrs. Albert in order to make the play a success. Mrs. Lambert, played by Ann Chambers, was devoted to her attractive daughter Enid, excellently portrayed by Peggy Shaffer. Enid was so fond of outdoor sports that she vowed to marry none but the athletic type. Frank Thompson, who played the part of "Slim" Williams, a local youth, tried to live up to Enid's desires but found competition stiE when a famous athlete, i'Speed" Mack, was entered in the same race with him. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Orr, played by Tommy Iones and Betty Ann Sites, complicated the situation when they substituted Rollo Iones, a sickly youth, hilariously portrayed by Harold Bolton, for "Speed" Mack who failed to show up. Many laughs were supplied by Betty Waugh who played the part of a "dumbbell" maid, and Mary Nan Harshbarger who reported all the gossip for the Daily Bugle. Margaret Earle lent much comedy as she portrayed Miss Ivy Trask who was out "to get her man" and in so doing showers her affection on poor Rollo. But Enid stepped in and rescued Rollo, believing he was the famous athlete. To the surprise of all, Rollo, in- spired by Enid, won the race and got Enid in the bargain, much to the surprise of his fa- ther who was played by Ernest Skidmore. www W 'vgg Hx X, r .ff X Q IIIEEEIEZESSIHE 'ir Fil IDI' ' 9.-W, A..,, KN .9--ww ,, A .Q-qwrwf Lxwwwgw jgsifgff 1. .xflllllill Huy Ifclc-ff-an prcscnlnlion ol' the Clirls' .Xthlclic .-Xssucisllimm. 2 Salute- loc NVilm:mth- Drum Major. g. .X lilllc lair ot' IIollnml"--IuniorfScnior Prom. 4. Swing dmlhlc-dlflkins High School hoams twclw scls oi twins ililcvcll hcrcj. 5. llvr mslfcsly-The CI1CCI'IC1lClCl', Doris Dye. 0. Stfpping High -Ann. Mary lim, Lois, Hohhy. NI1ll'4LfJll'L'I. Iam: 7, "SW-cal." X. Lilac IDQIIIICI' like Son-only father and son to he mcmhcrs ui' Elkins High School Athletic squzlcls. 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L A ' 1. f W-Q Q ' .. . 25' if Amit, Sk gig?- . 961, 5 -A E? M.. - ,, .ET J , QW., lik " 5.1.4 W. 'f I-r 5 -fnlilvlw I 2 w J se 4 'Q , QW ma. wlaiszfia Mcmeuvers '1' 'cum llull-ss'-fv.-f '-mu'-'ws-wuruw r--srff - A-"-A -' 11"- Band A roll of drums-A crash of cymbals-Lights out! Once again we see the Elkins High Band doing its night performance at the Forest Festival, made more colorful this year by the presence of their new uniforms. Along with adding zest to the football and basketball games, each year our band represents us at the West Virginia State Band Festival at Huntington and the Central West Virginia Band Festival at Salem at which they received a superior rating on concert playing and well planned marching maneuvers. A number of our band members were selected to play in the West Virginia All State Class A Band which is indeed an honor. The band, along with its other activities, presents two concerts yearly, one during the winter and one in the spring. This year the presence of the timbal has given a new ring to theseconcerts. The timbal was presented to the band by the Senior Class of 1941, for which we are deeply grateful. Mr. Leland Westfall, director of the band, through his untiring effort, has brought much success to this organization and has succeeded in making it the largest band in the history of the school. Orchestra At seven-forty on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings of each week, soft strains of music may be heard floating from behind the closed doors of the auditorium. These sounds are produced by the Elkins High School Orchestra which consists of thirty- three pieces. The orchestra must have some very good musicians, for this year at the State Educational Association Convention in Huntington live students of this group rep- resented our school in the All State Orchestra. They were Kathryn McGee, Morgan Clark, Richard Dye, Robert Gainor, and Donald Whiteman. The orchestra makes several appearances during the school year. It presents one assem- bly and plays for our commencement exercises and the Baccalaureate sermon. These two presentations comprise the most outstanding work of the orchestra during the year. Other activities are to provide music for the various plays that are produced in our school, two of which are the Senior Play and Stunt Night. The orchestra, although not an innova- tion in our school, surely plays a very definite part in the artistic development of our student body. Glee Club On Monday and Thursday of each week at nine and ten o'clock, sixty girls gather in the 'Elkins High School Auditorium to sing. These girls are directed by Mr. Leland Westfall, director of music. In past years the Glee Club has appeared only in school activities, but this custom was broken this year when they appeared at some local clubs to provide entertainment. This proves the musical quality of the organization is recognized by our in-town groups. Girls who complete two years of glee club receive a letter for their work. We think it is only fair to give recognition to the senior girl who has been in this organization four years. She is Gladys Coontz. I LJ .-.iw -. Blitzkrieg Football Scores H ome Games We They 6 Alumni 7 26 Belington o 20 Victory 6 33 B-U 6 1 3 Morgantown o 27 Glenville 0 I9 E. Fairmont 0 I4 VVeston 8 0 Shinnston 33 Games Away 27 Parsons I3 Basketball Scores lflfil' SI 46 57 67 65 45 53 63 44 48 60 41 47 SI 47 28 Sl 37 55 SI 47 Home Gamer Alumni E. Fairmont Victory Morgantown Parsons Belington Shinnston Glenville Davis Weston Buckhannon Tygarts Valley Games niwtzy Tygzlrts Valley Belington Buckhzinnon Weston Parsons Shinnston Victory Morgantown E. Fairmont They 50 20 38 32 25 26 30 28 2Q 40 38 35 27 27 37 38 27 20 38 32 32 - 'W , . wx f, i lf' x 3 2, A xx - f Rf it Y ,, 'S aug . 1 Qi, 4, 'ix b . ' V' .8 ... 3' 'ihn -I. Mvan VVIMER QAsst. Coachj ffiliilfllj Exulisow Mcziinu Kuna WIN!!!-IELID C.'xR1fuN1'ua KLM SAINATI Lowum' Co1.LET'r PHILLIPS SANDERS Zlluss HAXISI Qur Gridiron Greats SLTBA Q,-Xsst. Coachl Zuuas Rica Rl moms l94O Football Letterman C0-CAPTAIN ROBERT PHILLIPS, the heaviest player on the regular team at 180 pounds, was outstanding for his ability to run interference and play a bang up defensive game at tackle. Captain Phillips is a senior. C0-CAPTAIN CHARLES RENNIX played outstanding ball in this, his final year for the Tigers. His great defensive work in backing up the line was a stand out feature of the team's play. Charles made very few bad passes from his center position. EDWARD ZIRBS was a power on the defense all year and could be depended upon to clear the path for the ball carrier on plays coming in his direction. Zirbs is a senior. JAMES RICE, while one of the lightest men on the team, was one of the best ends ever to play for Elkins High. He could block, tackle, run fast, catch passes, and practically no yardage was made around him all year. WVILLARD COLLETT, though handicapped most of the season with injuries, played the best game. of his career. Willard finished his football career with the 1940 season. IoE SAINATO, the lightest man on the team, was the hardest tackler to play for Elkins High since Goldberg. Ioe was an inspiration to all small athletes with the spirit and fierce- ness of his play. FRANK KLEY was an outstanding halfback in every game and scored most of Elkins' touchdowns. Frank was an exceptional passer, and one of our best defensive men, in fact he was a fine all-round performer. WILLIAM CARPENTER came through nicely in his last season and did some fine line bucking and blocking. His defensive work was of high order in most games. Bill could be depended upon to get that yard when it was needed most. HARRY ZIRBS was a fine utility man and played a great game when called on at either halfback or fullback. NEIL BAIs1, playing his First year as a regular, had a great deal to do with the fine record of the team by his great blocking while leading interference. Baisi should be Z1 great player in another year. IACIQ LOVVERY developed into one of the two or three outstanding field generals Elk- ins has had. Iack was the best blocker on the squad and probably the best pass receiver. I-Ie also did all of the punting and was a great defensive player. GERALD SANDERS, one of the few freshmen ever to make the regular team from the start of the season, proved a valuable player because of his fighting spirit. Great things are expected of Sanders before he rounds out three more years. IAMES MCGEE is rapidly developing into a good center and should come through nicely next fall. His fighting spirit was the big improvement. RICHARD KERR was almost on a par with the two starting guards and should develop into an outstanding performer next fall. GEORGE SPRECI-IER has come along rapidly this year and should he continue to show improvement will make a mighty tough tackle by 1941. EUGENE FERGUSON replaced the injured Collett at end and at times played like a demon but needs to polish up on his pass receiving. With another year's experience he bids fair to be a real end. ROBERT RHODES showed real class on practically every occasion he was called on. "Red" was the best line bucker on the squad and when he learns to pick his way after cracking the line he will be another Cox. Rhodes was also a fine defensive player and blocker. BENTON PowERs also was a fine bucker and although short in stature was a good de- fensive man. Big things are expected of Powers in another year. HAROLD BOLTON and FERRIS HOSTETTLER have proved to be among the best managers we have had. They are willing and intelligent workers and very dependable at all times. is 42 A 'QL ...E....- 'Y ? 4 Rl Il i J E M Ii! 5 -I ll J' J: ssl Vl 4 4 i I E 2 1,3 1 1 I R , Football l91lO On Friday night, September 6, the Tigers opened another football season by playing a strong Alumni team and losing 7-6. This did not look so good for the First game. The following week, September 13, Belington came to Elkins putting up a stubborn light the lirst hall' but lost out in the last, the score being 27-0. On Friday, September 20, the Tigers journeyed to Parsons where they played on the new athletic lield, winning 27-13. On Sep- tember 27, the Tigers turned back a strong Victory team 20-6 for its first Big Ten game. The Forest Festival game with Buckhannon saw the Tigers winning again 33-6. On October 11, Morgantown played a Knute Rockne Memorial game at Elkins. Morgantown was thus handed its first defeat by a score of 13-o. The following week Glenville came here filling an open date. The Tigers proved themselves victors again, winning 27-O. Fri- day, October 25, the Tigers turned back East Fairmont IQ-0 for their fourth straight Big Ten win, giving them the lead in the conference. On November 1, we played Weston in a downpour of rain which furnished many thrills. The Tigers went into the last quarter with a 7-8 score, the first time they had trailed their adversaries during the seasong but they managed to pull out of it and win 14-8. Saturday afternoon, November 9, the Tigers were winding up their season, playing a mighty Shinnston team. Shinnston downed the Tigers by a 33-0 score, which ruined the Tigers' hopes of an undefeated season. The Shinnston game linished one of the best seasons for the Tigers since IQZQ when they were State Champions, going undefeated and untied. It also gave them the second best record since football started in the high school. Basketball Lettermen Inrias Ries-Captain of this year's team, proved to be a dependable and inspirational leader. Scoring 213 points in 25 games, lim has been one of the highest scoring guards ever to wear a Tiger uniform. He won the foul shooting contest in the Sectional Tourney and was chosen on the All-Tourney team at guard. In the Regional at Grafton he was selected as the best player in the tourney: also he was chosen the best guard, and made the All- Tourney team. Fmxk Kun'--He was the key man in the fast breaking offense which was used to advantage all season. His speed and shooting were outstanding all through the season. Frank also led the team in scoring. Chosen forward on All-Tourney team at Sectional and best sport at Regional Tourney. I.-sex Loweitv-Never a great scoring threat, but his brilliant defensive play has been largely responsible for the low scores made against Elkins High this season. I.-xsrizs Mefliaa--His ability to score under the basket and his line team play made him an important cog in the success of the 19411-41 Tigers. jim was third high scorer on the team. BILL C.v1tPENTE1:-Uiie ol the fastest 1ne11 on the squad, whose passing a11d ability to score made him a welcome addition to this year's team. NEIL LOTHES'-:XS a real spark plug lllltl clever ball handler, he helped pull many a game out of the HTC for the Tigers. Cain. P.-vvxs E-+BI'C2llilI1g in as a regular forward after the tirst four games, Carl proved to be the most consistent performer o11 the squad. His "poker face" and clever ball handling made him indispensable when the going was tough. Dux KELLX'YTllC Ollly sophomore on the Varsity squad, fitted in well with the type of play used this year. Great things are expected ol' Don before he graduates. VV11.L1.11v1 XvIN'I'-Bfllllliillltl i11to the lineup at mid-season, Hill's fine play and ability to be at home in any position made him one of the squad's most valuable players. How.-um CoLi.ET1'-Howard has another year and with additional experience should surpass his brother "Babe" in ability. He is o11e of the best shots on the squad. x7 X A if 1 ffZf1ff1?ll5?f'5l Wfzg D A-Q 9 S ffim , Ca: fs lftfgwig 4 3 A Basketball l94O-41 The 1940-41 basketball season for the Tigers proved to be a successful one. The Tigers won twenty games, losing only one on their regular schedule. They won the "Big Ten" Championship, Sectional Tournament, and were runners-up in the Regional Tournament at Grafton. The Tigers opened their season on December 19, driving to Mill Creek to play Tygarts Valley and defeating them 47-27. On Christmas night one of the toughest of Alumni teams was defeated 51-50 in a game that really furnished plenty of excitement. Two days after the Alumni game the Tigers proved themselves victors again by defeating East Fair- mont for their first "Big Ten" game, by a score of 46-20. On Ianuary 3, the Wimermen journeyed to Belington to play their last game under Coach Wimer who left a few days afterward for an army training camp. The Tigers really worked for their coach that night and defeated Belington 51-27. On Ianuary 7, the Tigers played their first game under their new coach, Robert N. Brown. Victory was the victim by a score of 57-38. On Ianuary 10, Elkins fans witnessed the last appearance of Willard Collett in a Tiger uniform, due to his graduating at mid-semester. Willard, a star for four years, played a great game that night scoring twenty-eight points as the Tigers defeated the Clydemen from Morgantown 67-32. On Ianuary 17, Parsons was defeated 65-25, and on Ianuary 22, Belington fell for the second time 45-26. The Tigers motored to Buckhannon and Weston Ianuary 24 and 25 respectively, to win one from Buckhannon 47-37 and drop their first game to Weston 28-38. Parsons fell a second time Ianuary 29, 51-27 at Parsons. On Ianuary 31, Shinnston was met at Elkins and defeated by a score of 53-30. On February 4, Glenville, with All-State Conrad, was defeated by 63-28. Three nights later the Brownmen played Davis and won 44-29. The Tigers had lost to Davis the two previous years. February I4 and I5 found the Tigers on a week-end trip defeating Shinnston 37-2o Friday night, and Victory 55-38 the following night for two victories over each and the "Big Ten" lead. On February 18, Wes- ton came to Elkins hoping to hand the Tigers another defeat but were disappointed by a score of 48-40 for the Tigers. The following week-end the Tigers won over Morgantown 51-32 and East Fairmont 47-32. On February 25, the Tigers played host to Buckhannon high and sent them home with a defeat of 60-38, giving the Tigers the Big Ten Champion- ship. Three nights later a determined Tygarts Valley team played the Tigers to a score of 41-35, another victory for the Tigers. This ended the regular season with the Tigers winning twenty of twenty-one games. The Sectional Tournament, held in Elkins, March 6, 7, and 8, featured the beginning of the state teams' division into A and B Classes. Elkins won the A Class Tournament by defeating Belington 54-18 the first night and Tygarts Valley 41-35 the second night. Rice and Kley were named on the All-Tournament team while our cheerleader, Doris Dye, was selected the best cheerleader in the tournament. The Elkins Cheering Section also won the cheering cup. On March I4 and 15, the Tigers went to Grafton to play in the Regional Tournament. The Tigers defeated Grafton in their first game 44-31. The Tigers met West Fairmont, last year's winners, in the finals and were defeated 36-34, when Fairmont scored in the last forty-seven seconds of play. Rice was selected on the All-Tournament team and most outstanding player in the tournament. Kley was selected as the best sport. The Elkins cheering delegation won the cheering cup. The Tigers thus finished their playing season with twenty-three victories out of twenty-five starts. .-1,-T4 l 1 vw The Elkins High Track Team of IQ40 turned in three victories against two defeats The fourteenth annual Alumni meet was won by the High School by a score of I4Q-40. The twelfth annual Monongahela Valley meet which was held in Elkins gave Elk- ins the victory over Glenville. The day was a very rainy one and only Glenville showed up for the meet. Elkins placed third in the eleventh annual "Rig Ten" meet at Clarksburg with Go points to 80 1-2 for Morgantown who won the meet. The Sectional meet held in Elkins was won by Elkins with 145 1-2 points to Grafton's 75 who took second place. lames Cox was awarded a gold trophy for being high point man with IQ points: while Robert Phillips received a silver one, having I3 I-2 points. Elkins boys taking part in the State meet were Captain Iames Cox. loc Sainato. Rich- ard Kerr, Willard Collett. lack Lowery, Robert Phillips, George Taylor, Berton Crawford. The 1940 Lettermen were: Ioe Samato lack Lowery Richard Kerr Edward Zirbs Luke Varchetto Captain Iames Cox VVillard Collett lierton Crawford Robert Phillips George Taylor Harry Demarast Sherman Cam Charles Rennix Neil Baisi Corder Phillips Robert McElwain Iames Kelley pbell Managers-Charles Cunningham, Richard Smith, Hubert White, Richard Hardwick, Richard Kittle. K x I-vxxxg, .. .rn-1 'gy.!y.,g,'.?,'l Elkins l-liqh School Alumni Association At a meeting of the executive board of the Elkins High School Alumni Association, a council, composed of one member from each class from the year 1900 to 1940, was ap- pointed. Through this council the executive board will have a group of available depend- able people to help the board decide all matters requiring alumni action. In addition to the one member from each class a few members at large have been chosen who have either given definite service to their school since graduation or have been outstanding in their chosen fields. On December 27, 1940, the Alumni Association held a banquet at the Young Menis Christian Association. Harry Moore, president, acted as toastmaster. The banquet was in honor of Mr. Frank Wimer who has been coach at Elkins High School for the past twenty- two years. The speaker for the evening was Captain George Peirce, member of the 1919 graduating class. During the business meeting the following oflicers were elected for this year: President - - - GLENN WATRING, 1928 Vice President - PAUL DORNBLAZER, 1940 Secretary-Treasurer - SARA HARMAN, 1940 Executive Committee 1900-Margaret Dann Iohnston, I922-GYZCC Taylor, Elkins St. Petersburg, Fla. 1923-Eleanor Channell McManus, 1904-Abbie Irons, Washington, D. C. Elkins 1 905- Boyd Smith, New Haven, Conn. 1906-Pearl Martin Snyder, Philippi 1907-Alverda Buzzell, Elkins 1908-Eula Iackson, Elkins 1909-Carrie Isner Ieffers, Elkins 1910-Caraleta Wimer Hess, Elkins 1924- Harold Stell, Elkins I925-RODCII Brown, Elkins 1926-Ronald Earle, Elkins 1927-Kermit Whiteman, Elkins 1928-Harry Moore, Elkins 1929-William K. Barnard, Elkins 1911-lean Marstiller Albert, Elkins 1930-Margaret Kump Roberts, Elkins 1912-Clay Whetsell, Elkins I93I-IHITICS Green, Elkins 1913- IQI4- David Barry, Charleston Dr. Lawrence Parmesano, Elkins 1915-HOW3fd H. Keim, Elkins 1916-BOYCYS Clark, Elkins 1917-George Darden, Elkins 1918-Virginia Heavener Gainer, Elkins 1919-Viola Leader Giles, Elkins 1920-Burlin Barnes, Elkins 1921-D0113lCl Crawford, Elkins L., 1932 T933 1934 1935 -Mandaine Olson Byrne, Elkins Nunley Snedegar, Elkins -George McLaughlin, Elkins -Carl Wilmoth, Elkins I936-WHYHC Wolverton, Elkins 1937-Ruth Wilmoth, Elkins 1938-Ernest Corrick, Elkins 1939-M3fg2fCt Mauck, Elkins 1940-Ioe Mams, Elkins No Graduation Classes in 1901, 1902, 1903 M embers at Large lean Gross, ,37, Elkins Bess Iohnson ,2O, New York City, N. Y. Frank Latham '28, New York City, N. Y. lean Lee Latham ,2O, Chicago, Ill. George Pierce ,IQ, Fort Monroe, Va. Charles Perry WVimer ,22, New York City, N. Y. ities ..:, L , My-7 .. -, .45 t Senior filoiivities ELIZABETH ANDRING QLibj RACHEL BOOTH fR1'bj Attended Gary High School '38, '39 Wants to be a secretary Intramural Sports '40 EVELYN ARBOGAST qrzomp Wants to be a secretary Wants to be a beautician Glee Club '40 F. H. A. '38 May Fete '38, '39 Stunt Nite '38 Intramural Sports '38, '39 ELWYN BURKE Maud, ANDREW BARLOW qfindyp Attended Beverly High School '38 Wants to become a Naval official Hi-Y '33, '39, '40, '41, Vice President '41 Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, '41 Vice President '40, President '41 Student Council '41 Tiger Staff '4I Stunt Nite '39, '40 Intramural Sports '39, '40 NETTIE BENNETT qlunep Aspires to become a clerk Intramural Sports '39, '40 FERN HOPE BISER fHopiej Stunt Nite '40, '41 May Fete '38 Student Council '41 Tri-Hi-Y '39, '40, '41g Treasurer State Tri-I-Ii-Y Convention '40 Press Conference '41 National Honor Society '40, '41 B. I. P. '41 Tiger Staff '4r HAROLD BOLTON qsmzzfyp 141 Iunior Academy of Science '38, '39, '40, '41 Hi-Y '40, '41 National Honor Society '40, '41 Stunt Nite '38, '39, '40 Football Manager '40 Basketball Manager '41 District Literary Contest '40, '41 Speed 41 MADELINE RUTH BOLTON Attended Franklin High School '38, '39, '40 Aspires to become a stenographer Glee Club '39 Basketball '38 Tri-Hi-Y '40, '41 Stunt Nite '38, '39, '40 Hi-Y '39, '40, '41, Chaplain '41 Iunior Academy of Science' 39, '40 Band '39, '40 Orchestra '39, '40 State Band Festival '39, '40 Central W. Va. Band Festival '39, '40 Intramural Sports '38, '39 RUSSELL FRANKLIN CAMPBELL CRus.vj Wants to be an auto mechanic Football '38, '39 Basketball '37, '38, '39, '40 Track '37, '38, '39 MAMIE CANFIELD Wants to be a stenographer Intramural Sports 38, '39, '40, '41 WILLIAM CARPENTER fHalopj Wants to be a civil engineer Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 ANN CHAMBERS Aspires to become a journalist or a nurse Student Council '38, '39, '40, '41, Secretary '41 G. A. A. '39, '40, '41, President '41 Band Sponsor '39, '40, '41 Tiger Cub '40 Tiger Staff '4I May Fete '39, '40, '41 Stunt Nite '38, '39, '40 State Band Festival '39, '40, '4I Central State Band Festival '39, '40, '41 National Honor Society '40, '41 nspeedss Q41 Literary Contest '40 Press Convention '40 L A k,, ..,,,,, . ink-At...t-. .,.. . ELEANOR CHENOWETH Iunior Academy of Science '38, '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40, '41 May Fete '40 VIRGINIA CLINGERMAN G. A. A. '39 A. R. D. '41 May Fete '38, '39, '41 Intramural Sports ALWILDA cocHRAN qwzzzff-5 VVants to be a newspaper reporter Glee Club '38, '39, '40 A. R. D. '41 Intramural Sports '39 WILLARD COLLETT fBabe 5 Aspires to become a coach Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, 41 Track '38, '39, '40 RUTH cooK qcookfgp Attended Weston High School '38, '39, '40 Wants to do newspaper work Iournalism '40 Annual '41 GLADYS cooNTz qshof-my WVants to be a nurse G. A. A. '40, '41 Glee Club '38, '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40, '41 KEITH CORLEY Aspires to become an aviator Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 National Honor Society '41 Tiger Stalf '41 RAY cosr CBMJD Aspires to become a store manager Attended Beverly High School Basketball SARA IANE CUNNINGHAM qsalzyp May Fete '38, '39 Stunt Nite '38, '39, '4I Freshman Class Treasurer '38 Intramural Sports '38, '39 Band Sponsor '40 State Band Festival '40 Central State Band Festival '40 A. R. D. '40, '41, Vice President '41 Treasurer Senior Class '41 Tiger Staff '41 Press Convention '41 Wants to be a model EVELYNNE CRAWFORD fEviej Aspires to become a stenographer Attended Tygarts Valley High School 138 Home Ec Club '38 Basketball '38 Glee Club '38, '39, '40 F. H. A. '39 May Fete '38, '39, '40 A. R. D. '41 BETTY LOU CURTIS fPatj Aspires to become a stenographer Orchestra '38 A. R. D. '41 HARRY DEMAREST Attended Allegany High '38, '39 Aspires to become a doctor Track '40, '41 Track Allegany High '38, '39 GA11. DUMIRE fDo-Liztlej Wants to be an aviator Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Stunt Nite '38 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40, '41 DORIS DYE qnmfp May Fete '38, '39, '40 Tri-Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Band '39, '40 G. A. A. '40, '41, Treasurer '41 Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40 Student Council '41 Stunt Nite '40, '41 Tri-Hi-Y Convention '40 Cheerleader '41 Intramural Sports '38, '39 A. R. D. '40, '41, President '41 National Honor Society '41 Glee Club '41 All State Band '39 MARGARET EARLE CMargiej Wants to be a secretary May Fete '40 Tri-Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 B. I. P. '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports '39, '40 Stunt Nite '40, '4I ' Tri-Hi-Y Convention '40, '41 Student Council '41 Speed" '41 Tiger Staff '41 National Honor Society '41 4-H Club '38, '39, '40, '41 Press Convention '41 s .M Ma..- hin.."' ' BETTY IANE ERICKSON Aspires to become a dress designer F. H. A. '39, '40, '41, President '39 Tri-Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Stunt Nite '40 May Fete '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39 Tiger Staff '41 SHIRLEY FANSLER CChriszieQ Wants to be a stenographer May Fete '37, '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39 DELORES FISHER Aspires to become a nurse May Fete '37, '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 GENEIVE FANSLER fCookiej Wants to be a beautician Glee Club '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39 A. R. D. '41 PAULINE FISHER CPollyj Aspires to become a stenographer Tri-Hi-Y '40, '41 Intramural Sports '39, '40 RICHARD FRANK QDickj Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, Hi-Y '40, '41 GLENN GAINER Qluniorj Wants to be a baseball player Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports 38, '39, '40, '41 MAMIE GIBSON flimmiej May Fete '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39 PATRICK GILLOOLY IPM, Tiger Cub Art Editor '40 THOMAS GROVES QTommyj Attended Handley High School '38, '39 Aspires to become an engineer Football '37, '38, '39, '40 General Organization '37, '38 Tiger Staff '41 Nine Old Men Club ROBERT HALL QHobbyj Aspires to become an aeronautical engineer Football '37 Basketball '38 BETTY IEAN HARPER fMicIgeyj Aspires to become a doctor Stunt Nite '40 May Fete '38, '39 Orchestra '40, '41 Intramural Sports '39 Tiger Staff '4I Band '41 RICHARD HARDWICK QDickQ Aspires to become an electrical engineer Basketball Track MARY NAN HARSHBARGER fPezz'ej Class Cheerleader '38, '40, '41 F. H. A. '38, '39, '40, '41, Treasurer '38 B. I. P. '40, '4IQ Vice President '4I Student Council '39, '41 May Fete '38 Intramural Sports '38, '39 Tri-Hi-Y '40, '41 Stunt Nite '38, '39, '40, '41 Iunior Council '40 Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, '41, Convention '39 State Press Conference '39 Business Manager Tiger Cub '40 National Honor Society '40, '41, Secretary-Treasurer '41 "Speed" '41 District Press Conference '40 Tiger '41 Tiger Staff '41 4-H '33, '39 Tri-Hi-Y Convention '41 VERNON GORDON RUSSIE HART Baf1d'38,'39, '40,'4l A . b h Orchestra 140 spires to ecome,a stenograp er State Band Festival '38, '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports 38' 39, 40 Central State Band Festival '38, '39, X7IOLA HARTMAN '40, '41 VVants to be a nurse Intramural SPOIIS '38, ,391 '40 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 ERNEST GREGORY fErniej HUBERT HILL U-Iubej Intramural Sports '33, '39, '40 Intramural Sports 1'-w 1 ' mfg!-zrnfgvgfwq KENNETH I-IINKLE fTuckj FRANK KLEY Aspires to become an aviator Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, '41 FERRIS I-IOSTETTLER Qllutchj Aspires to become a civil engineer Football '38 Hi-Y '38, '39, '40 GWENDOLYN IRVINE fGwcnj Aspires to become a lawyer May Fete '39, '40 Stunt Nite '40 Glee Club '38, '39 Tri-Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Band '39, '40, '41 Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports A. R. D. '41 National Honor Society '41 Tri-Hi-Y Convention '40, '41 4-H '38, '39, '40, '41 THOMAS JONES fcdftjlb Aspires to become a civil engineer Stunt Nite '38, '39, '41 Tiger Staff '41 Tiger Cub '40 Freshman Class Secretary '38 Pie Eating Champion '38, '39 "Speed" '41 Intramural Sports ARLENA KERNS fLcmzQ Wants to he a secretary Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 National Honor Society '41 WILLARD KESLING CBua'j Wants to be a mechanic Tiger Cub PAUL KISNER fKizzyj Wants to be a U. S. Forest Ranger Band '37, '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 Track '39, '41 "Oh! Doctor" '38 Orchestra '41 WILLIAM KITTLE fBilIj Basketball '38, '39 Intramural Sports '39 HOWARD KNAGGS QRonnz'cj Iunior Academy of Science National Honor Society '40, '41, Vice President '41 Hi-Y '40, '41, President '41 Senior Council '41 Tiger '41 Aspires to become a doctor Attended Oakland High School '38, '39 Football '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '40, '41 ' Soccer '38, '39 Baseball '38, '39 Hi-Y '40, '41 Iunior Academy of Science '41 National Honor Society '41 BEATRICE LANTZ Intramural Sports NEIL LOTHES fDaz'syj Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 Hi-Y '40, '4I RUTH LINGER qtfngp Aspires to become a social service worker 'lunior Academy of Science '38, '39, '40, '41, Secretary '41 Tri-Hi-Y '40, '41, President '41 Stunt Nite '39 B. I. P. '4I G. A. A. '41 Intramural Sports Senior Council National Honor Society '41 Tri-Hi-Y Convention '40, '41 RALPH MARSTILLER Boys State '39 WILLIAM McCAULEY fBz'll Q Aspires to become a pharmaceutical chemist Iunior Academy of Science '38, '39, '40, '41, Vice President '39, President '40 Student Council '39, '40 Hi-Y '40, '41, Treasurer '41 National Honor Society '40, '41 U. H. S. P. Conference '39 Business Manager Tiger Cub '40 Iunior Class President '40 Stunt Nite '38, '40 Iunior Academy Convention '39, '40 BETTIE IANE McMILLEN Aspires to become a physical education teacher May Fete '38, '39 Orchestra '38, '39, '40, '41 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 Lg, M .,.'.. " IEANNE MERCER LOIS RAINE Attended Reading High School '38, '39, '40 Aspires to become a nurse Student Health Council Bowling Club Leader's Club ANNA MOORE Q,-fnniej Aspires to become a home economics teacher F. H. A. '38, '39, '40, '41, Vice President '38 Student Council '40 May Fete '38, '39 Intramural Sports Iunior Academy of Science '40, '41 Iunior Council '40 Stunt Nite '39 State F. H. A. Delegate '38 BETTY MORRIS CB:-tsl Wants to be a school teacher Tri-Hi-Y '41 Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, '41 Secretary of Senior Class '41 Iunior Academy Convention '39, '40 Intramural Sports '38 GENEVA ALICE NESTOR fNevaj Aspires to become a nurse Intramural Sports RICHARD PFAU fDickj Aspires to become an airplane mechanic Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38 HARRY PHILLIPS QNipj Aspires to become a college professor Class President '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 ROBERT PHILLIPS QBobj Aspires to become an aviator Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 HAZEL PIERCY fPiercyj Aspires to become a nurse Intramural Sports May Fete '38, '39, '4o Attended Rainelle High '38, '3Q, '40 Quill and Scroll Mountain Ranger French Club Iournalism Clubs CHARLES RENNIX qchufzfyp Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 National Honor Society '40, '41 Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40 Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 Student Council '38 Class Vice President '38, '39, '40 Softball '40 Senior Council '41 Co-Captain Football '40 Iunior Council '40 RICHARD RICE fDiclqj Wants to be an aviator Football '39, '40 Track '40, '41 IAMES RICE flimj Football '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 Student Council '40, '41 National Honor Society '40, '41, President '41 Iunior Council '40 Hi Y '39, '40, '41 Secretary-Treasurer Class '39, '40 President Senior Class '41 Senior Council '41 Basketball Captain '4I MADGE RIFFLE Aspires to become a nurse School Parade Intramural Sports RAY RIGHT fLurlqinj Aspires to become an architect Football '39, '40 Track '38, '39, '40 Hi-Y '40 BETTY LEE ROBY Attended Circleville High '38, '39, '40 Aspires to become a stenographer "School Days" "Corn Fed Babies" Glee Club .'39, '40 Basketball '39, "40 EL-lanm...w1 ,,,. t . -,,.,,,...... .1 ..e-.....a-W LESTER ROSIER fBudj Hi-Y '39, '40, '41 National Honor Society '41 Iunior Academy of Science '39 Iunior Council '40 MARY FRANCES RUCKER fRurkj Aspires to become a nurse Stunt Nite '40 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 May Fcte '39 Tiger Staif '41 A. R. D. '41 IOSEPH SAINATO Qloej Aspires to become a civil engineer Football '38, '39, '40 Basketball '38, '39, '40 Track 38, '39, '40, '41 National Honor Society '41 MARY IO SCALLON fMurgieQ Aspires to become a secretary F. H. A. '38, '39 4-H '38, '39 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 May Fcte '38, '39 A. R. D. '40, '41, Secretary-Treasurer '41 SHIRLEY SCOTT QSockj Band '40, '41 Orchestra '41 State Band Festival '40 Central W. Va. Band Festival '40 MARGARET ANNE SHAEEER qzlfggyy Aspires to become a journalist B. I. P. '40, '41 G. A. A. '39, '40, '41 F. H. A. '38, '39 Stunt Nite '38, '39, '40, '41 "Speed" '41 LOUISE SHEETS QPC-nnyp Aspires to become a beautician F. H. A. '38, '39, '40, '41 May Fcte '38, '39, '40 A. R. D. '40, '41 G. A. A. '41 Stunt Nite '39, '40 ERNEST SKIDMORE fSlqz'da'yQ Aspires to become a lawyer Track 38, '39 Basketball '38 Intramural Sports ' District Literary Contest '40 "Speed" '41 BETTY ANN SITES 5 Aspires to become a secretary B. I. P. "40, '41, President '41 G. A. A. '40, '41, Secretary '41 Tri-Hi-Y '39, '40, '41, Vice President '41 Iunior Council '40 Student Council '41 Intramural Sports '38, '39 May Fcte '38, '39 Tri-I-Ii-Y Convention '40 Stunt Nite '40, '41 Tiger Staff '41 "Speed" '41 National Honor Society '41 Press Convention '41 MARGARET ANN STALNAKER fBluckiej Aspires to become an English teacher Attended Monongah High '38, '39 Band Sponsor '40, '41 G. A. A. '40, '41, Vice President '41 Bi. I. P. '40, '41, Treasurer '41 State Band Festival '40, '41 Central State Band Festival '40, '41 Secretary-Treasurer of Freshman Class Iunior Academy of Science Glee Club KATHERINE STALNAKER fKayj Aspires to become a beautician Glee Club '39, '40, '41 VIRGINIA SLEETH fGinnyj F. H. A. '38, '39, '40, Secretary-Treasurer '38, Vice President '40 Intramural Sports '38, '39, '40 EVELYNNE MARIE TAYLOR fShortyj Aspires to become a secretary Intramural Sports A GEORGE IACOB TAYLOR Track '38, '39, '40 NEWTON THOMAS fNewtj Attended Western High, Washington, D. C. Aspires to become a pharmacist Hi-Y '39, '40, '4I Iunior Academy of Science '39, '40, '41 Senior Council '41 Tiger Staff '41 FRANK THOMPSON Klspeedii 341 ,..- -Mina WILLIAM HAMILTON VINT fBil1j Aspires to become a basketball coach Basketball '40, '4I BETTY WAUGH fWooj G. A. A. '39, '40, '41 A. R. D. '40, '41 flslxedif 741 Glee Club '39, '40 ALVIE WHITE qwwfyp Aspires to become a mechanic Intramural Sports '38, '39 WARREN EDWARD WHITE fBuclQj Basketball '37, '38 Football '37, '38 Intramural Sports '37, '38, '39 DONALD WIIITEMAN Band '38, '39, '40, '4I Orchestra '39, '40 State Band Festival '39, '40, '41 Central W. Va. Band Festival '39, '40, '41 May Fete '40 Intramural Sports Class A All State Band '40 All State Orchestra '40 LOIS WHITEIVIAN B. I. P. '41 HARRY WILMOTH fWhizz'ej Band '38, '39, '40, '41 State Band Festival '38, '39, '40, '41 Central W. Va. Band Festival '39, '40, '41 May Fete '38, '39, '40, '41 ROBERT WINGFIELD fBcnchleyj Aspires to become a doctor Hi-Y '39, '40, '41, Secretary '41 Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 Iunio: Academy of Science '39, '40, '41 Iunior Council '40 Senior Council '41 Band '41 Hi-Y Camp '40 ANNA ELIZABETH WORKMAN QAnnj Aspires to become a secretary Vice President of Class '38 Student Council '39 G. A. A. '39, '40, '41 B. I. P. '40, '41, Secretary '41 Tri-Hi-Y '40, '41, Vice President '40 State Tri-Hi-Y Convention '40 Iunior Council '40 May Fete '38, '39 MILDRED Rosa YOUNG qzmzzyy Iunior Academy of Science '38, '39, '40, '41, Treasurer '41 Student Council '40, '41, President '41 Tri-I-Ii-Y '40, '41, Corresponding Secretary '41 Glee Club '38, '39 Senior Council '41 Tiger Cub Staff '40 Stunt Nite '40 May Fete '39 Press Conference '40 National Honor Society '40, '41, Vice President '41 Iunior Academy of Science Convention '39 Band '41 State Band Festival '41 B. I. P. '41 Central State Band Festival '41 Tri-Hi-Y Convention '41 Slate Student Council Convention '41 Intramural Sports '39 EDWARD ZIRBS fTutj Football '38, '39, '40, '41 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41 Track '38, '39, '40, '41 I-Ii-Y '39, '40 HARRY ZIRBS qspf,-psp Aspires to become an aviator in the U. S. Navy Football '37, '38, '40 Basketball '37, '38, '39 Track '37, '38, '39, '40 wp f:s4',1.s 4' r 7531 'faqs V i w Q' ' . 1 .1 , nl 4 r l I I iq, W ik , 9 .,,, 1 if ' 4 us' L, ii 5 i ga 1, ,l 1 E 1' f, I. ' i r il 1 l gl Since the time of parting has come we must say farewell. Even though a new life is waiting for us and we are F Now ready to step into the future, our minds still wander Into the memories of the past. From the first day of U p Q . ur high school life until graduation night, we A Revel during every minute spent in the dear old halls. vi I .. .,U Consoling ourselves with a smile, we, as alumni, Look forward to the day when we will be Able to visit again our dear Elkins High and to Sing our beloved song. 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Monongahela System Y Y 7 a part in the change for the 3 7 7 9 9 avis Trust Company Established 1899 Does a General Banking and Trust Business YOUR ACCOUNT AND BUSINESS SOLICITED Member 0 the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Elkins, West Virginia Elkins Builders Supply Compan Builders Supplies Lumber Brick Sand Plaster Cement Lime Phone 640 XX XXXXNJXXNSNJX X XNXX 'YXNQXNNXNNXNNQYYVYXNNQN NX S X' N N NYYY " NJN Ehmmt- NNNxwmxNNxxxxxxxxxxNNNmxxxxxwmxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxy X X X X X X X 5 5 X X 5 X X X 5 5 7 X 5 X 5 wwwmxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxj X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 5 NNNNX xxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Count on COLEBA K S Cropp Land1s Bakery Incorporated MILK MAID BREAD SCHOOL SUPPLIES whlle 1n school GRADUATION GIFTS when leavmg School Phone 251 Tenth Street OFFICE SUPPLIES when startm into g Elkxns West Vxrgmla vxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxwxxxxfxfxxvxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxvxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx C m I1 n Q 0 0 P me 1 5 West V1rg1n1a Photo Co Parsons West Vlfgllllil Bottlels of Royal Crown Cola Par T Pak Beverages E I WON HAVEN 0. 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Route 250-33 Phone 338 Compliments 0 CUPP ELECTRIC COMPANY Pianos and Appliances f 5 5 5 5 5 f f f 1 1 5 5 f 5 5 f 7 5 5 xxxxxxxwxxxxxxxxxx 7 7 f f f f f f f 5 f 5 Z Z 5 f 5 1 5 5 5 7 XX NNN TRICKETT S Th1rd Street Market COMPLETE FOOD MARKET Third Street Phones 393 and 394 Elkins, West Virginia 'YYXNQXNXYYNPYX 'YYYYXYYXNYYYYY NN NYXNYYYYYXNNYXNNYYYNQYX:YY NXSNNYYNQ Central Meat Market I. B. SHREVE, Proprietor Fresh and Cured Meats of All Kinds Home Slaughtered Meatx a S peciulty 218 Davis Avenue Phone 195 C om plim ents 0 WATRING GARAGE DODGE and PLYMOUTH Distributors Phone 47 3 YN: NQXNYYYYYYXN YYXUNNNYYYYX YXNYYYYXNNN' YYQVNNYYYXNNtYYX YX9vXN'XPvYX' Compliment: of Camflimfnff of Valley Supply Company Elkins A11'C0 Supply Iobber: "Buy With Conjidencen Hardware, Mill, and Mine Supplies WAYNE I. WOLVERTON, IR., Mgr. Elkins, West Virginia 217 Third Street Phone 143 YYY 9YYYYYXNXNNXNYYYXNXNXNYYYYYXNKNYYXNNXYYYYXNYXXYYYYYXNXKNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXXX y w'-'-rag --f--' "' ..... ..... ....... .......... ......... . .. .. ..... . . ...... O 4 4 O 1 - a 0 o f . o ' n n . , o o Q U . 0 0 w 9 , O , o , o , s , O 3 o , o , o O 9 , 4 , s ' o o ' ' Q ' ' A . ' 0 1 f 3 , ' O o . ' o n , v . ' o O ' . o Q 0 v Q ' , ' 1 o 4 . ' 4 5 ' 0 . ' o ' ' o O ' o . ' n oo Q 0 X f 0 v V U o Q. Z 4 5 Z 4 4 5 5 4' 5 Z 4 4 4 Z 4 4 4 5 5 Z 4 4 4 4 5 Z 4 4 4 5 Z 4 4 4 5 4' 4 5 5 Z 4 4 4 4 5 Z 4 5 Z 4 4 f .. QYYYW 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 1 1 5 5 5 5 Q5 O5 35 'cz Z1 1 35 G5 :1 555 O5 +-hz 1 1 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 AQYYXN XXXXJXXX QNXXNQXXXXXXXXXXXXJXXXXXXXXXXXNNNixXXXXXXXXNKXXXXXXXXXXXRXXXXNJNXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXNYYXNYYXKNXN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXNixXXXXXXXXXXXPxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXNNNWNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXQYYXNYYYYXQYXN The john B. Wilt Company "The Men? Zldlflnl St " Clothmg, Furnishmg, Hats, and Shoes XXXNANYXNXNNYXNNNXXXXXXWNXNNNJNXQNXXXXXXNQXXXXXXXXYXXXYXXXXXXXNXXNXX EARLE S Neale s Drug Store For Home Dressed Meats Groceries Tygart Pharmacy Dont Be a Pael' I-Iorse-VVe Deliver Better Drug Store Soda Fountain an Luncheon Service Earle s Meat Market Phone N1sA1.1zs 188 Third Street Phone 477 Phone TYGART 210 NPXXXXXNXJYXXNIXXXXXXXX XNXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXNXXXXXXX XXXWNXXNQXXXXX FOR ELKINS HICH SCHOOL NEWS Complzments o Read the HIPPODROME Cllflkms ilnter Mountain The Latest in Local State and Natxonal News v Q 4 Q . I l O U 0 1 v Q o a 0 0 .. . . ...... .. . .. ...... ........ ... ...... . ..., 4 ' o 0 ' 0 o ' Q o Y ' 7 Q 0 I Q 0 Q ' , 1 0' - O 0 0 Q Q ' Q 0 ' o v ' f07 Q Q X ' 4 ' o 0 ' 9 1 d o o ' Q o ' Q , 7 4 . , o 1 6 v ' , o ' Q o ' Q 0 ' 4 C I : O 0 4 o , Q 0 . Q ' I' 0 ' r r 0 ' .. 9 - 4 0 Q ' 9 9 0 ' o Q Q . Q 1 O I F ull Leased Associated Press Wire ' 5 4 1 ' Home of M-G-M pl.CflH't'.f Try Our Iob Department ' ' o ' . . . . o f Phone 121 Elkins, West Virginia . 9 0 5 Z 0 Q Y ' 1 ' l ' O ' 4 ' A ' o 4 . n , ' o ' l 5 ' . . Q Q ' 4 9 ,, y ' o ' - 4 , ' o o , , 0 ' o ONNNNXKXYXNXXNXYNNN4X4XXX3YYXN'YXNN4YYYYX4XNKNN5N3YX'X'X X'X3X'NNNYX3YYYNQYXNAQXQXN3X" CHAN N ELL GROCERY COMPANY Wholesale Dlstrlbutors GPOCGFIGS Confectlons Flour Feed Roofing Phones 343 and 344 Cash Department 575 ELKINS WEST VIRGINIA Nr xxxxxxxxxxx'x'xxxxxxxxxxxvxxxxxxxxxxxxaxaxxoxxxxxxxfxxexxxxvxxxy ! I I f 5 5 X 5 7 5 I 5 I I 5 ! 5 xxx 5 I 7 5 5 Z 3 5 7 5 I 5 I 5 5 ! 5 I wxxex xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxfvxxxxxxxxxlxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxf Your Education Is Not Complete Until You Have Learned That the Beginning of Success Is the Will to Succeed Elkins, West Virginia NXXXYYYXNQ 'X4X3XN'xX'YNt XX4XX4NNeX'x+NtX XX4X4NeXN1N!xX4N!NeXXXXXNeXNX'X4X XXXYXX We Are Happy to Announce That We Have Now Finished Remodeling and Redecorating Our Restaurant Thi Gives to the Pulohc Added Service and Comfort El mr People Are Alwais Welcome VVe Have Had the Pleasure of Serving the Elkins High School Athletic Teams With Their Coach Frank C Wimer for Fifteen Years THE MANHATTAN RESTAURANT Fzne Steu s and Sea Food: West Pike Street Phones 9645 and 2625 Clarksburg, West Virginia NY PETER PAN CLEANERS xxxxxxxx . . . .....NyxpQXayyy,,, Nxwxxxxxx RANDOLPH leases 4 articular REVIEW eople 320 Davis Avenue NYYXNXNYYYYYXNXNYXNYYYYYYYYXNXNYY XSNNQXXFQXXXXXX YYYYYYYYYYYY XNYYXNNYYYYYYYYXXYYYX 1203 South Davis Avenue Phone Elkins, West Virginia NiV9Vx'x'X'vX'v NNYXN ' Y . 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