Ellettsville High School - Llamarada Yearbook (Ellettsville, IN)

 - Class of 1939

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'THQ 31- . ,..v , COLORS: ' Blue und Silver 'White Lily 1 ,. . .V if. .... i xt .-,, 331323 L L A M A R A D A 532325 DEDICATION We, the Seniors of 1939, wish to dedicate this edition of the Llamarada to the memory of our former sponsor, Mr. Carl Smith, and to his high ideals and standards. Mr. Smith was our sponsor for four years. He was patient, kind, and sympathetic to each and every one of us. Although Miss Raines and Mr. Stewart have tried to take his place as our sponsor, We still feel the need of him. Three "'1E1S1E L L A M A R A D A 5323232 FOREWORD A portrayal of school life as it exists, and a recognition of the factors which contribute to our growth and development have been our aim in this book. We have essayed to ac- knowledge progress in buildings and in extended courses of study-the material side of school life. But more im- portant than this is our debt to those who foster our school spirit and loyalty,-the athletic organizations, clubs and faculty. The success which we, the Senior Class of 1939, have achieved in our various endeavors and in the publication of this book, we attribute to the con- stant encouragement and guidance of our spon- sors, Miss Raines and Mr. Stewart. Four 'r'-':i:f.2.2:2:i:'E2E2i2E2E1"21522222222 L L A M A R A D A 525235:52353552523E1E5E5E5EEEiEiiES5:5:' JAMES MCJILTON, B.S. ' University of Illinois Agriculture Biology "I am never so happy or unhappy as I suppose." MAURICE SAKEL, B.S. Evansville Science and Physical Education "A prince of good fellows And surely a loyal friend! H. C. WEATHERS, M.A. Indiana University Agriculture and Arithmetic "To be merry, one must seek the foundation of happi- ness." OLLIE STUART, M.S. ASA L. BEARD, B.S. Indiana University Marion, Terre Haute History and English History and Industrial Arts "A pleasing personality in- "Naught spake he more than termingled with high aims was needed, and ideals." And that was said with care." Seven 131213-'-'-::sl5:2:2:2:2:5:5:f-2:212:22 L L A M A R A D A 23222115E5E3E3E553E5E5EsE5i:2eE1Es:s13:1:3 1 l MARY FRANCES SMITH, A.B. ESTHER RAINES, A.B. Indiana University Ball State Teachers College Home Economics and Science Business Education and Physical Education "Extremely busy, but quiet about it, "A willing hand, a cheery smile, Heart of goldw-no one can doubt Helps to make our days worth it." while." FRANCES HARDING, A.B. MILDRED REEVES, B.P.S.M. Indiana University Indiana University English and Latin Music, Art, and Social Studies "She who submerges herself in "Give to the World the best you work have, Does not drown in discontent." And the best will come back to you." Eight SENIORS ,..v-f . AY -:gif V ff ihfsffl? 2. 5 X 450 fx -1655? f' file? at :JI ,ggi fb ki' 2 3' f 1,'fq5?,?, jf' , ff , QF- X. ' f 'fif? Q 4 f ,f 1 , ' f If I Vi ff, fig fi' .f.A:x 45" :Q ,1l1"'W3' +2 '-5 . 'QQ S El ' r f. ' '5?7fQff. GRANT STEWART, JR. President Senior Class Eagle Staff Llamarada Stan? B. B. Manager Track Orchestra Mixed Chorus "The friendly grasp-the honest gaze: The voice that means the thing it says." MARY KATHRYN . WINKLER 1-fwfr "Who Said Quit?" "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" Llamarada Staff Eagle Staff Mixed Chorus Secretary Senior Class "She has loved, and been loved." ELLEN BERRY Llamarada Staff "She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant, too, to think on." NAOMI BREEDEN "Betty Lou" "Ask the Professor" "And let us go on our way forgetting The joys and sorrows of each yesterday." L. DEE ADDIE "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" "Three Days of Grace" "Who Said Quit?" "A ride in his Ford were fairer Than a ride in a.nother's Pierce-Arrer." L L A M A R A D A :z:z:s.zl:Ls:zf-2-1-21 1'i'1'i'1'1'1':s1 Tell WILLIAM GORDON KELLY "Ye Dog-gone Sinners" Eagle Staff Vice-President Senior Class Basket Ball "Himself unshaken as the sky, His words, like whirl- winds, spin on high." NORMA MYERS "Who Said Quit?" "Betty Lou" Llamarada Staff Eagle Staff Mixed Chorus Treasurer Senior Class "Brown hair and shining eyes, Ah, 'tis a glimpse of Para- dise! But wait, my dear, what do we see? A little vixen, too, is she." HELEN ALBERTA CARPENTER Eagle Staff Llamarada Staff Library Staff "What a sweet delight a quiet life aEords." MAXINE BROWN Llamarada Staff W Mixed Chorus "Unthinking, idle, Wild, and young, I laughed, and danced and talked and sung." 7b JEANNE RANARD . wwmjobq V1 f Eagle Stark "Three Days of Grace" H. S. Treasurer '37-'38 H. S. Ass't. Treasurer '38-'39 Mixed Chorus "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." qt, FRANCES ELLAL UTSE BRUCE "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" Library Staff "Though her disposition is retiring, Her intelligence is outstand- ing." DOLA CONNER "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" Llamarada Staff Eagle Staff "The world will never hear of meg I mind my own business." LELAND ENGLEDOW "Ask the Professor" Jcmhc "Betty Lou" "Who Said Quit?" "Three Days of Grace" Llamarada Staff Basket Ball Soft Ball "Happy am Ig from care I'm free, Why ain't they contented like me?" FORREST EDWIN J FREEMAN dgauff "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" "Three Days of Grace" "Who Said Quit?" Basket Ball "All are friends and none enemies." VIRGINIA MAY SHIGLEY "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." J . A.,--Y A, LLA-M.ARADA 5, ., K EIGVGIJ. RUTH CURRY Zftfw Llamarada Staff Mixed Chorus "Her every tone is music's own." BETTY JEAN CURRY 4'Ask the Professor" AJ 15 "Betty Lou" . "Three Days of Grace" Mixed Chorus Llamarada Staff "I would more natures were like mine, So innocently wild and free." HERBERT LAURETTS I-IENDRICKS "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" "Who Said Quit?" President Boys' Council '39 "I am not of that kind to shake of my friend when he would need me." CAROLYN JANE McCOWN Llamarada Staff Eagle Staff High School Orchestra Mixed Chorus "Silent and chaste as she steals along, Far from the world's gay, busy throng." WARREN SCHOOLING 'fc--emu "And when a lady's in the case, You know all other things give place." .1zz-.'y,vAv: LUELLA CRISMORE J"""N "She hath a quiet way, and pleasing." EUGENE WEAVER "Ask the Professor" "How happy the life unem- barrassed by the cares of business." CAROLINE JUNE SEARS "Ask the Professor" 3 "Betty Lou" "Three Days of Grace" Library Staii Mixed Chorus Llamarada. Staff "I have often regretted my speech, Never my silence." MAMIE WANDA OLIVER "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" Mixed Chorus High School Orchestra Eagle Staif "The path of duty is the way to glory." RUTH MAXINE HAZEL "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" "Three Days of Grace" Mixed Chorus "A frame so robust with a nature so sweet." LLAMARADA Twelve n PAUL ALLEN HANNA "Ask the Professor" Betty Lou Silence is more eloquent than words." MAURICE HOLSAPPLE "Ask the Professor" "Betty Lou" "Speech is great, but silence is greater." HELEN THORNTON JOHNST N f gfbv-vv-v-7 f""""" "Three Days of Grace" Eagle Staff 11' Llamarada Staff Mixed Chorus "Oh, blest with temper whose unclouded ray, Can make tomorrow cheer- ful as today." ROBERT JACKSON "Betty Lou" "Ask the Professor" "Three Days of Grace" Basket Ball Soft Ball "My only books were wom- en's looks, "And folly's all they've taught me." d :Und SIGRID MARIE MOFFATT "Who Said Quit?" Llamarada Staff Eagle Stat? Mixed Chorus "Let's be merry while we are young." GLEN STINES Basket Ball Base Ball Track "I have never felt the kiss of love, Nor a maiden's hand in mine." ROZELLE TROWBRIDGE "Kind thoughts and gentle in their expression." JUNIOR OLSSON Basket Ball "None so blithely gay as he, Where'er the ladies chance to be." RUTH STULTZ WJ!-we "Who Said Quit?" Llamarada Staff Eagle Staff Mixed Chorus "Her ready answer and modest air Show her wise as she is fair." FRED CRUM Basket Ball Llamarada Staff "Ask the Professor" "Three Days of Grace" "Betty Lou" "He pleases all the world, But it seems he cannot please himself." LLAISLLARADA Thirteen GARNET TRUESDEL DM "Ask the Professor" 74 "Betty Lou" "Who Said Quit?" Eagle Staff "She is rich that desires nothing more." CLAIR DILLMAN "They say, best men are moulded out of faultsg And, for the most, become much more the better for being a little bad." COZIENE WEATHERS "Three Days of Grace" "Who Said Quit?" Llamarada Staff Eagle Staff Manager of B. B. Team Track Mixed Chorus "His ways were quiet, but his marks high." ADAI-I CRIDER "Betty Lou" "Three Days of Grace" Library Staff "Even though she seemed distant at times, We know her heart has been with us." I , C , v,..... A .A.-.-.-.------A--11:2 L L A M A R A D A :1:2:2:2.-.-.A.-vs.---Y-v--.-.--.---1 lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: 4th Row: 5th Row: 6th Row: 7th Row: Top Row: President: WHEN WE WERE F RESHMEN Herbert Hendricks, Marvin Wallace, Betty Curry, Pauline Medearis, Jane McCown, Ruth Curry, Maxine Brown, Nor- ma Myers, Harriet Payne, Charles Hines. Mervin Figg, Jeanne Ranard, Glen Stines, Helen Johnston, Ruth Stultz, Naomi Breeden, Mamie Oliver, Thelma Rich- ardson, Barbara Malan, Nellie Underwood. Herman McGuire, Dorothy Price, Loretta Lee, David Free- man, Caroline Sears, Sigrid Moffatt, Maxine Hazel, Eloise Bruce. Robert Kale, Roy Cardwell, Forrest Johnson, Georgia Fielder, Hilda Knight, Robert Jackson, Warren Schooling, Luella Crismore. W Harold Stogsdill, Paul Hanna, Grant Stewart, Ellsworth Farley, Lucille Cowden, Coziene Weathers, Billy Kelly. Billy Harris, Jr., Audra Gilmore, Virginia Shigley, Mary A. Pfaff, Ellen Berry, L. Dee Addie. John Eakin, Mary Moore, Dola Conner, Marjorie Stevens, Nola Brinson, Lela Smith, Margaret Clendenning, John White, Mr. Smith, Sponsor. Forrest Freeman, Fred Crum, Mary K. Winkler, Mary E. Hamm, Garnet Truesdel, Eugene Weaver, Maurice Hols- apple, Leland Engledow. Billy Harris, Jr. Vice-President: Norma Myers Secretary and Treasurer: Georgia Fielder Fourteen l Ei:iEiE1E1ElE2E2E1E2E1E L L A M -A R A D A 2E2f2EiEfE1EiE1EiEiE1:1: HISTORY OF CLASS OF 1939 In digging through the annals of time amid dozens of dust cov- ered documents, we noticed a picture bearing the label of Primary Class of 1927 of Ellettsville Public Schools, Ellettsville, Indiana. This brings to one's mind a room full of timid, shy, little creatures, some with dirty faces, some clinging to Mrs. Brown's skirts, some crying, and some getting their knuckles cracked with a ruler. Such behavior and conduct lasted for one year only, at which time we were promoted to Miss Price's room. Year after year the happy, carefree group of youngsters progressed, until one day in September, 1935, Mr. Weathers designated us as the freshmen of Ellettsville High School and appoint- ed Mr. Carl Smith as our sponsor. At this time new recruits were re- ceived from Cross Roads School, Joint School, Vernal School, Gross School, Bloomington School, and ten new members came in from the eighth grade. This boosted the class roll to a total of sixty-six, which was the largest freshman class that has ever entered Ellettsville High School. Even though we outnumbered the upper classmen, we took our initiation in the form of old-fashioned hazing, but to our dismay, Mr. Weathers announced, at the end of the noon hour, that next year we would give a party and initiate the next class in the regular way. As this class traveled the upward road to higher education, one by one we members became lost in the insurmountable heights of geom- etry and the pitfalls of Caesarg unable to read the signboards of alge- bra and our digestion made bad by sour English, the class roll dimin- ished to forty-three at the beginning of the junior year. At this time we found our pathway much easier. Because of the death of our sponsor, during the summer months, Mr. Clarence Stewart was appointed as sponsor and Billy Kelly as president. All efforts were directed toward that great event, the Jun- ior-Senior Banquet. After the meal, all members of both classes and the faculty engaged in a snowball fight and then withdrew to the Indiana Theatre. In order to make this banquet possible, it was nec- essary for the juniors to sell candy at the ball games and give two plays, entitled "THREE DAYS OF GRACE," and "WHO SAID QUIT?" We also sponsored the WHAS radio stars, "The Texas Rang- ers" and served lunch to three hundred spellers. In the fall of 1938, thirty-nine members appeared in our senior lines with determination written on our faces: a determination to suc- ceed. This year is the climax-Miss Raines was appointed co-sponsor and Grant Stewart, Jr., presidentg and with the co-operation of every class member in soliciting ads, in sponsoring two radio programs, "The Texas Rangers," and "Sunshine Sue" and in presenting the senior play, "Small Town Romeo," we are able to publish this annual, which is another milestone of our success and which we hope will guide and inspire the future classes to continue making old E. H, S. better. Fifteen 3232323 L L A M A R A D A 2323232 WILL LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. WE, THE SENIORS OF EL- LETTSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, of the city of Ellettsville, Common- wealth of Indiana, being of sound mind and memory, do make, pub- lish, and declare this our last will and testament, in manner and form as follows: We, the Senior Class of 1939, do hereby will our senior row to the Seniors of 1940. We, the Senior Class of 1939, do hereby will Miss Harding a Literature class which will not argue with her. We, the Senior Class of 1939, do hereby will Miss Raines a typing class that will not waste paper, and will also take good care of the new typewriters. I, Ellen Berry, do hereby will my Whistle to Clara Alice Harris and my ability to dance to Carl Smith. I, Naomi Breeden, do hereby will my freckles to Clifford Leach and my ability to write with my left hand to Melvin Taylor. I, Maxine Brown, do hereby will my gift of gab to Eunice Burch, and my double chin I will to Betty Ratliff. I, Ellalouise Bruce, do hereby will my many friends to Mary Webb and my oiiice work I leave to Betty Stines. I, Helen Carpenter, do hereby will my literary career to Cleon Martindale and my domestic art to Dorothy Dean Schaadt. I, Dola Conner, do hereby will my ability to leave the school at noons to Marian Bastin and my ability to tell jokes to Virginia Day. I, 'Adah Crider, do hereby will my good nature to Elizabeth Holler and my position in the library to Betty Grubbs. I, Luella Crismore, do hereby will my many boyfriends to anyone who wants them and my personality, I will to Bernice Bruce. I I, Betty Curry, do hereby will my ability as a waitress to Vera Mae Taylor and my sweet smile to Evelyn Spilbeler. I, Ruth Curry, do hereby will my fine voice to Fern Freeman and my extra weight to Doris Hamm. Sixteen 1-522:ii12152522iE2EiEiElfli1Eiii?iE2E L L A M A R, A D A 1E2EIi2ElElE2i1ElE2E2E2EiE2E2f1E2E2f2Sifi: I, Fred Crum, do hereby will my Ford to Sidney Cowden, provid- ing he can drive it like I do and my red hair and temper to my brother, Robert. I, Clair Dillman, do hereby will my striped socks to Norris Cris- more and my bow tie I will to Harold Hall. I, Leland Engledow, do hereby will my noise making to Frank Wilber, and my love affair with Dorothy Mobley, I leave to Henry Hall. I, Forrest Freeman, do hereby will my basketball ability to my brother, Bobby, and my Way with the girls to Charles May, Jr. I, Paul Hanna, do hereby will my freshman girl to my brother Warren, and my ability to follow kids on dates to Hubert Goble. I, Ruth Hazel, do hereby will my seat next to Mutt Crane on the bus to Thelma Abram and my laugh to my sister, Sarah Chloe, pro- viding she likes to laugh as well as I do. I, Herbert Hendricks, do hereby will my ability to get stuck in the mud to Lw Addie and my ability to sleep in literature class to Bernard Rumple. I, Maurice Holsapple, do hereby will my ability to play hooky to Jack Van Dyke and my extra height to Elmo Deckard. I, Robert Jackson, do hereby will my ability to be center in bas- ketball to Ralph Kelley and my Bing Crosby voice to Hubert Grubb. I, Helen Johnston, do hereby will my acrobatic stunts to Avonelle Weathers and my honor to go with a basketball boy to Juanita King. I, Billy Kelly, do hereby will my bright colored shirts to Bobby Grubbs and my ability to skip literature class to Loester Powell. I, Norma Myers, do hereby Will my 92 pounds to Faye Libkie and my fair complexion I leave to Beryl Adkins. I, Sigrid Moffatt, do hereby will my profile to Allegra Hendricks and my love for V-8's to Doris Bastin. I, Jane McCown, do hereby will my musical ability to Pence Card- well and my slender figure to Hazel Jean Underwood. I, L. Dee Addie, do hereby will my flivver to Sammy Baynes and my beautiful voice to Jack Myers. Seventeen 2' '35:1111??:1:1:1:lE1E1?1i1ElE1i1? L L A M A R A D A Eiiiiiiiffffflflfiifiififiiifl?13551215 I, Mamie Oliver, do hereby wili my typing ability to my sister Violet, and my dimples to Evelyn Jackson. I, Junior Olsson, do hereby will my ability to keep up all the night spots in Bloomington and still go to school to Eugene Moore and my ability to dance to Eugene Moore, also. ' I, Jeanne Ranard, do hereby will my black hair to Betty Ann Cline, and my way with the teachers to my sister, Claudine. I, Warren Schooling, do hereby will my blond wavy hair to Vera Taylor and my wit I will to Rex Webb. I, Caroline Sears, do hereby will my position as president of the library staff to Doris Crider and my front seat in the assembly I leave to Maurice Borden. I, Virginia Shigley, do hereby will my love for shorthand to who- ever will take it, and my typewriter I leave to my sister, .Mary Ellen. I, Grant Stewart, do hereby will such socks, as must be beaten on the floor to be wearable, to my successor, whoever that is, and my seat at Middleton's lunch room to Buford Roberts. I, Glen Stines, do will my nickname of "Possum" to Mutt Free- man and my job as "Terror of the Hardwood" I leave to, Robert Hawkins. I, Ruth Stultz, do hereby will my ability to get to school two minutes early to Lucille Cowden and my bright fingernail polish to Roseln Abbitt. I, Rozelle Trowbridge, do hereby will my big brown eyes to Dor- otha Mobley, provided that she will roll them, and my eighth grade boys I leave to whoever Wants them. V I, Garnet Truesdel, do hereby will my love for Billy'Kelly to Harriett French and my walk I will to Naomi Browning. I, Coziene Weathers, do hereby will my place as manager to any- one who wants it and my winning ways with the girls to Hubert Brown. .I, Eugene Weaver, do hereby will my extra weight to Freddie Cornman and my angelic smile to Jimmie Goodall. I, Mary Kathryn Winkler, do hereby will my Martha Ray smile to Betty Jane Gillaspy and my blonde hair I will to Irene Miller. Signed this 24th day of April, 1939. Eighteen v' "'.??f1E5???????2f?2535512 L L A. M A R A D A 2251222211: CLASS PROPHECY -1-.-1. In the year of 1940, the 1939 graduating class of Ellettsville High School held a reunion and decided to charter a plane, called the Eagle Clipper, to take a trip around the world. They started May 20, 1940. Each member was aboard with his wife, her husband, and sweetheart. Just as they were passing over the Hawaiian Islands, they were forced to land. The class decided to stay awhile entertaining themselves. Then years later, 1950, we see the class after they were forced down in Hawaii. A part of the class has gone back to the United States and a part of them has remained on the Islands. L. Dee Addie, who is back in Indiana, is a drummer boy in that universally known swing band called the "Wild Cat" band, whose leader is Robert Jack- son. Robert is known all over America as the "king of swing." Ellen Berry is a beauty parlor operator in one of the many beauty parlors in Ellettsville. Naomi Breeden is a stenographer in a J. C. Penney dry goods store in Stanford, Indiana. ' Maxine Brown, that witty brown-eyed little girl, is a maid for Mrs. Forrest Freeman. Maxine is very fond of her occupation. 'Ella- louise Bruce has grown old and faded because her lover remained in Hawaii to woo a native girl. Helen Carpenter has won fame being an Interior Decorator for one of the country's larger furniture factories. Dola Conner has taken advantage of her ability to draw and is teaching art in one of the leading universities in the country. Adah Crider has married some young man and is said to have one of the most perfect homes that a girl could wish for. Luella Cris- more stayed on the Islands and has grieved herself into insanity over a sweetheart who was carried away by a native girl. Betty Curry has realized a childhood ambition and has become a head waitress in one of the most up to date hotels. Ruth Curry has found her a sweetheart. Everyone is expecting to hear of an exclusive wedding to take place soon. Clair Dillman, the most mischievous member of the class, is now a manufacturer of bow ties and striped socks. Clair has settled down since his schooldays and has a sweet little wife and a set of twins. Leland Engledow is seen in the sport-light as being one of the most sought-after basketball coaches in America. Nineteen 1?gg3?gg1Ei L L A M A R A D A E13Iiiiiiiilililiili1E1E1E1E1E2EIE1E1E1E1. Paul Hanna is continuing the occupation of his boyhood days and is making a moderate living tilling the soil. Ruth Hazel, the girl who found that it is better to be thin than fat, is teaching others the same thing. Ruth is an expert dietician. Maurice Holsapple has become a skilled mechanic from the prac- tice of his boyhood days. Helen Johnston, a well-known member of the class, is now living a life of leisure. Helen has a maid and a moderate sum of money because her husband, Forrest Freeman, has a chain of grocery stores on the Islands. Billy Kelly has worked for the last ten years to the top of the ladder as a state patrolman. He "gets 'em" every time. He is ex- pected to have a helper soon. It is none other than Garnet Truesdel. They are making great plans to be patrolmen together, patroling their children. Jane McCown, the high school pianist, is now teaching music in one of the high schools in Hawaii. Jane found her mate when she received her job there. Norma Myers, the girl with that "come and take me" appearance, has been taken by a Hollywood director. Norma is making a fabulous salary. Sigrid Moffatt was married to Herbert Hendricks a few months before their trip to Hawaii. They own the most modern hotel in America, and they are being successful. They are living the life they love. Mamie Oliver is still around Ellettsville. Mamie has never mar- ried because she was left with a broken heart by a former sweetheart in her schooldays. Junior Olsson, a well-known character of the class, is a night club king in Hawaii with many and beautiful native girls. Warren Schooling has become one of the leading public political speakers of America. He and his wife, the former Jeanne Ranard, travel from state to state making speeches. Virginia Shigley has turned out to be one of the finest gymnastic teachers for girls found in the country. Caroline Sears has become Mrs. William Barger and lives in Columbus, Indiana. Caroline has a fine little home-the dream of her childhood. Grant Stewart, who was president of the class, has become a great architect in Hawaii. Glen Stines, who was a member of the ball team in 1939, has become a professional player. Glen is considered one of the best ball players in America. Ruth Stultz is now Mrs. Maurice Williams and lives with her parents. She is living a very quiet life. Twenty 1EiE1f?EfEfE2E2E2E2Z2:i:i:f:2:1E2EiE1: L L A M A R A D A 51212132222212222E2E2EiE1EiiIEiEiififffgi Rozelle Trowbridge was married immediately after she was grad- uated. She has a fine home and is applying the knowledge she re- ceived in high school in Home Economics classes. Coziene Weathers, the used-to-be and still-is hero of all the girls, has become a nationally famous doctor. Dr. Weathers guarantees to cure all pains and dis- comforts or your money back. Eugene Weaver, that perfect angel in his schooldays, has kept the good work up and has become an active missionary worker in Hawaii. Mary Kathryn Winkler, that happy-go-lucky girl of the class, has 'become a stewardess and is employed by her husband, Fred Crum, who, following a flaming desire, has taken to the sea, and with great success has become owner of a steamship line. 1-1-1 CLASS SONG Our school days are ending, Our studies are through, Dear Ellettsville High School We're thinking of you. We've followed your teachers, We've tried to be true, Dear Ellettsville High School We're loyal to you. With mem'ries to guide us, By day and by night, Your spirit beside us We're sure to go right. We'll try to be worthy, Our best we will do, Dear Ellettsville High School We're grateful to you. Twenty-one "'3251223252IE1E1E"E2S1S1S2i L L A M A R A D A ?EfEi:'7':" "i':1E2E2E-f:'7"A7'7A CLASS -POEM L. Dee Addie is an ambitious lad, He'll be the best mayor Vincennes had: His Ford may be a little old, But he measures its worth in gold! Ellen Berry, a small town girl, Thinks freckles have a certain lure! Maybe she's right, we wouldn't know, We'll ask someone from Gosport though. Naomi Breeden what shall we say That she likes to dream away the day? Or maybe it's love, at least we'll guess, For she's a right cute little lass. Maxine Brown, so they tell, In basketball sure can yell. We know for talking she has no rule And talks a lot, even at school! Ellalouise Bruce, is never blue- YOU! fall. hail. And always sympathizes with When you need her, she won't And other's troubles, seems to Helen Carpenter, we can well A model wants to be someday- And she plans to be an army wife. Remember, you take the vow for life! say Dola Conner, a right pretty blonde At school she really gets around: A sweet disposition, and friendly to all, She'll help you any time you call. Adah Crider, I think we can say, Goes laughing throughout the day. She's always ready for some fun- And is friendly to all and everyone. Luella Crlsmore, so a clown thought, Was the prettiest girl he ever sought: Was it by chance he fell for her? Or did she use some magic lure? Fred Crum, known better as "Red," With the girls really gets ahead! He prefers Bedford girls the best And likes Brunettes better'n the rest. Betty Curry, a basketball fan, Along with Roosevelt should have ran We wouldn't be afraid to bet a dime That politics is right along her line! Ruth Curry, small and quiet, Is a believer in what's right- We hear she can carry a tune, And will be a great singer soon! Clair Dillman, the fun of the school, He isn't afraid to break a rule, His deportment may be a little bad, But good grades he could have had. Leland Engledow, or is it "'Bing"? Will someday on the radio sing, He thinks Crosby's good in his way, But he could beat him any day. Forrest Freeman, a handsome kid, With the girls asks no aid, A good player on our team- He helps Ellettsville win the game. Paul Hanna, a future farmer, About the girls is a little calmer, It's not that they get in his hair, But he just hasn't time to care! Ruth Hazel, like all the rest, Likes a certain boy's ring best, It won't be long 'till school is out, But we'd miss not having her about. Herbert Hendricks, not at an bad, Several girls could have had, But he likes to usher to class, A certain little Senior lass! Maurice Holsapple, one of the "gang" While young will have his fling: Not bad looking, dark and tall, No wonder for him the girls fall! Robert Jackson, his ambition on tire, Thinks he'l1 be a great ball star! He likes to argue with the rest, But thinks his argument is probably best Twenty-two . 5E?EEE5EE?EE5EEEE?3EiE3Ei?EEEi5iEEEE1ElE L L A M A R A D A fifE?E'E5E2E2E2i2E2EiEiEIEZEEEEEEEE1? Helen Johnston, a pretty lass, 1 Is well liked by an the class- ' Girls, beware! From what they say She can beat your time any day. Billy Kelly, as the saying goes, A certain girl steps on his toes, It's really enough to make him fail With two Senior girls on his trail! Jane McCow'n, small and fair, At the piano she'll do hergshareg Rather quiet, not much to say, You never find her inthe way. Sigrid Moffatt, sometimes late for books, Knows a Senior struck on her looks. She's never afraid to take a dare- And treats everyone alike and fair. Norma Myers, small and sweet- In flirting sure can't be beat! She never has much to say- But with the boys she has a way. Mamie Oliver, bashful and quiet, Can blush and giggle quite allright. As a guitar player she'll do, And help honor Ellettsville school. Junior Olsson, known as "hot-shot", Seems to enjoy school a lot! As a student, we'1l admit he's good- He'd probably skip school if he could! Jeanne Ranard, our assistant treasurer, Thinks school is quite a pleasure, ' Friendly and with a quick smile, Talking to her is well worth while. VVarren Schooling thinks he's in luck, On one of our Seniors he's ,badly struck! We really couldn't blame her though, For he's one of the best lads we know. Caroline Sears, a popular Miss, Any handsome boy would kiss, A And as for church she's always there. To her it means thought and care. Virginia Shigley, school wouldn't miss, Thinks playing hooky an awful disgrace. She'll do her best, though 'tisn't tops, And her 4H work she never drops. Grant Stewart, our class president, Will make a very good resident- He's' here, away, and everywhere, Always helping a pal over there. Glen Stines, a favorite of all, Is quite good at playing ball. He may not take studying serious- But the way he plays ball is furious! Ruth Stultz, what's this we hear, That your over-joyed June is near? My! My! and as a nice little wife She'll love, honor, and obey for life! Rozelle Trowbridge, so we hear, Thinks eighth grade boys are dear. To like them all she thinks is fun, So she hasn't picked a certain one. Garnet Truesdel, according to rule, Wou1dn't miss a day of school, She really is a friendly gal- As to us all she is a pal. Coziene Weathers, polite and nice, Always tells the same thing twice: Girls aren't much along his line- But as a. student he really does flne. Eugene Weaver, sometimes called "Smokey ' In getting to school may be pokeyg ,hikes to stay around iilling-stations- And with the girls takes his rations. Mary Winkler, or should we say "Kate" ? The honor roll will usually rateg An easy laugh, a ready smile, She makes our school well worth while. Twenty-three fe I' el' I1 H0'S HO IN THE SENIOR CLASS 1111: Ill 1'1'1 H NAM Nic AM RESEMBI-ANC HOBBY- sPoR'r- IMAGINE 'rHEM-DEs'r1NA'r1oN- 11112 II1 L. Dee Addie ..... Addie ......... Lowell Thomas ...... Jug Playing: ...... .Motor Cycling ...... Mayor of Vincennes--Kansas Farmer ..... 1111 Ellen Berry ...... .Whistle-B ry-Norma Shearer ..... Dancing ............. .Swi ' g .......... Farmer's Wife ...... Bookkeeper ......... .111 Naomi Breeden ---Noby .......... Joan Blondel ....... .Movies ............... Playing Games ..... Playing Nurse-Maid-Teacher ............. 1.1, Maxine Brown ----Mac ........... Jane Withers ........ ,Arguing ............. .Going Places ....... .Not Going to SpencerMovies .............. 11111 Ellalouise Bruce --Eloise ........ Carol Lombarde ..... Working ............. Horse Back Riding-Flippy ............... Actress ............. 11111 Helen Carpenter -Martha ....... Martha Raye ........ Writing Stories ...... Dancing ............. Movie Acto ......... Model ............... M Dola Conner ..... .Dodie ......... .Joan Davis .......... .Art .................. .Baseball ............ .Strip-Tease .......... Preacher's Wife ..... '111I Adah Crider ...... Adie .......... Mrs. Roosevelt ...... Eating ............... Walking ............ .Dancing Teacher .... Marriage ........... - 11111 Luella Crismore --Lulabelle ..... -Margaret Sullivan---Collecting Bugs ..... .Checkers ............ Having Dates ....... Decorator ........... 11111 Frederick Crum --Fred .......... George Washington-.Teasing .............. Driving Tractor .... .Not Going Steady---Farmer ............. . ',',' Betty Curry ...... Shorty ........ Simone Simon ....... ,Waitress ............. Volley Ball ......... .Serious .............. Reporter ............ "" Ruth curry ...... .Ruthie ........ .Ginger Rogers ...... Eating candy ........ B ieyele Riding ...... Ugly ................ Beauueien .......... F' Clair Dillman ..... Six-point ...... E rrol Flynn ........- .Kidding .............. Ping Pong .......... Bashful ............. .Doctor .............. . ri Leland Engledow -Whitey ........ W illiam Powell ..--.. Punch Boards ....... ,Football ............. Not Giggling ........ Bartender ........... P Forrest Freeman -Butch ......... Robert Burns ........ Store-Clerk .......... .Basketball .......... .With Mustache ..... Millionaire .......... Paul Hanna ...... .H er ....... .Don Lash ..........-- Driving a V-8 ....... Playing Marbles ..,. . Not Being Careless-.Undertaker ......... , E Ruth Hazel ....... Tiny .......... Kate Smith ......-... Typing ............... W alking ............ Slender .............. Secretary ........... . :P Herbert Hendricks Herb .......... Paul Vifhiteman ..... .Late Hours .......... .Driving ............. .Proposing ........... G-Man .............. , Maurice Holsapple Hosey ......... Wayne Morriss ..--.. Crooner .............. Playing Poker ...... Short ................ Pu blic Enemy ...... . 'FU Robert Jackson ---Sec .--........ -Andy Divine .....--.. Contradicting ...----. Football ---..-----.- -Aviator ..-.....---.-. T exas-Ranger .--.. -- 3, Helen Johnston ---Thorny .-..... .Gladys Swarthout---Skating .........-... Chinese Checkers---Without Flirting .... 4-H Leader---------. Billy Kelly -...--. .Bill --......... .Adolph Hitler ....... .Collecting Wood ..--. Ice Skating -......-- Hero ...--..--..-.-.. .Representative -....- U Jane McCown .... Janie ......... Jeanette McD0nald--Orchestra ..-......... Practicing Violin---Flirting ..-.......... .I. U. Graduate----A 3, Sigrid Moffatt .... Sig ........... .Gracie Allen .-....... Photography ......... Having Dates ..-.... Without Herb ...-... Governess .--........ ,, Norma Myers ..-- .Nornie ...-.... Mary Astor ......... .Radioing ---.-...--... Riding on Bicycles---Forward ----....-.-- -Wait ss -----.-...-- 11111 Mamie Oliver -..-. Sarie .......... P atsy Montana ...... Entertaining ...--.... Playing Rook ----.- .With Freckles .---.. .Stenographer ....... . 11111 Claude Olsson -.-. .Junior ........ .Clark Gable ........ -Spending Money --... Dancing ....-..-..-- -Without a Girl ..... .Play Boy No. 1 ..-.. '.',' Jeanne Ranard ---.Jeanne .....-.. Kay Francis ......... Looking Pretty ----.. Tennis ---------.---- .With Blonde Hair---Nurse .---.---.----.- 11111 Warren Schooling Peck -.----.... Eddie Collins .-...... .Parking ---...-..----- DrivingaTruck ---.. Sophisticated ---.-.-. E lectrician -.----..-- 11111 Caroline Sears ---.Toots --.--.... Marjorie Weaver .... .Collecting Snapshots.-Aviatrix -----------. .Going Steady ...---- .House Wife -------.- 1.11 Virginia Shigley --Shig .-.--....- -Patsy Kelly .......... Cooking ----.---...-. .Football .----.----.. .In the Movies- .-.-.. L and Lady .-----.-. ,qu Grant Stewart ..-- J unie .......... Mr. Motto ......-.... Aviation -...-....-... Running ----..-.---. .Auctioneer ..-...---- .Preacher .---.......- 11111 Glen Stines -.-.--- Possum ....... .Henry Ford .-..-.... -Hunting --.---...--.- .Basketball ---.-.---- Hard Boiled -----..-. Sailor ---------.-.--- 11111 Ruth Stultz --.--. -Rufus --....... Kathryn Hepburn---.Reading -..-.-.-..... -Tennis -.--.---.--.-- .Married ..-......-... .Mechanics Wife .--- .'.'. Rozelle TrowbridgeRosie .-....... .Sonja Henie ......-.. .Collecting Songs ..-- Horseback Ridmg--.Talking all the Time-Nurse .--..---..-.-.- 11111 Garnet Truesdel --Trudy ......... Frances Lang'ford---Hiking ..---..-.-....- Croquet ---.....-.--. Golfing .....-........ Seamstress --.-..--. . 11111 Coziene Weathers Tizzy ....-.... .Abe Lincoln ......... .Plowing -..--...-..... R iding Street Cars--.Not Washing Socks Professor -....------ . 11111 Eugene Weaver --Cat-fish --..... Franklin D.RO0SeVeltGoing ......-.......-. Bowling ....-...-.... Studying --.......... Filling Station Mgr. ',',', Mary K. Winkler -Kats .......... .Greta Garbo .......- -Studying ...--....... .Basketball .----.-.-. Being Digniiied ..... Opera Singer -..-.. - 111111 Twenty-four U DERCLASSES ' --:, -vi Ev' T'?9' ., 1. c ., ,b Par' 'Z ff " 'Nr I 6,1 Ig, .:. . J.: . . 4, : SQ 'rf3Q?f',1g 3?5?3? f 3'z,,:zS'p dev' iffy if ff 1 4 Y fw' f f if f if, fy .ww 'g.-. - '-ru ' -p, ,ik ,- f ' ' ,ff i ga 1 nj . -V X .rf"' ",' ,af-1:5755 f "wwf figsillw psf QA W " A L - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- if:-:fi L L A M A R A D A ?:f:f.f-A-A-----ev-.-.-.-Jv-.-.-.-v-.-.- l l -, . , i Y f 1 1 l JUNIOR CLASS Sponsors: Mr. Weathers and Mr. MacJilton First Row: Fern Freeman, Samuel-Baynes, Frank Wilber, Eugene Miller, Rex Webb, Naomi Browning. Second Row: Vera Taylor, Geraldine Cole, Charles May, Jr., Carl Smith, Loester Powell, Beryl Adkins, Marian Bastin. Third Row: Lucille Cowden, Eugene Moore, Maurice Borden, Jack Van Dyke, Hubert Grubbs, Henry Hall, Juanita King. Fourth Row: Mr. MacJilton, Mr. Weathers. President: Juanita King Vice-President: Charles May, Jr. Secretary and Treasurer: Virginia Day The Juniors, though they are few in number, have done a great many things during this year. We hope they will not lose any of their members before they are graduated. They are very co-operative. Stick to it, Juniors. It may be tough, but keep going. Twenty-six .-.-.-.-.-.Az-ze L L A M A R A D A :iz2:-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---I--21-I-:ii-2 First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: SOPHOMORE CLASS Sponsor: Mr, Stuart Ruth Stines, Jean Hendricks, Hazel Underwood, Mary Ellen Shigley, Roseln Abbitt, Barbara Holler, and Violet Oliver. Melvin Taylor, Doris Bastin, Bernice Bruce, Nola Doris Hamm, Thelma Carpenter, Betty Ratliff, and Edwin Middleton. Ralph Kelley, Buford Roberts, Ruth McClintock, Doris Crider, Cleon Martindale, Hubert Frame, Dorothy Schaadt, Betty Jane Gillaspy, and Elmo Deckard. Mr. Stuart, Donald Fisher, John Gillespie, Norris Cris- more, Hubert Goble, Bobby Grubbs, John Dewar, and James Goodall. President: Bobby Grubbs Vice-President: John Gillespie Secretary and Treasurer: Ralph Kelley Twenty-seven ""f"!""x"-1'-'-'-':2::?f L L A M A R A D A 512:21 l FRESHMAN CLASS Sponsor: Miss Reeves First Row: Betty McClintock, Owen Sears, Essie Bruce, Lee Addie, Irene Miller, Charles Eads, Maxine Brown, and Robert Bean. - Second Row: Harold Hall, Wayne Thacker, Howard Winkler, John Hendricks, Warren Hanna, James DeFord, Clifton Tay- lor, and Phillip Leach. Third Row: Thelma Abbitt, Mary Webb, Betty Rose Grubbs, Vir- ginia Gillespie, Frieda Sturgeon, Sarah Chloe Hazel, Wilma Ruth Paschal, and Faye Libkie. Fourth Row: Betty Ann Cline, Lorene Hamm, Mary Maxine Wright, Nellie Cowden, Betty Stines, Dorotha Mobley, Harriett French, and Hester Jane Baker. Fifth Row: Warren Hardy, Robert Hawkins, Miss Reeves, Norman Bean, Horace Albertson, Clifford Leach, Robert Crum, Donald Wilber, Howard Brinson, and Ernest Freeman. President: Robert Crum Vice-President: Faye Libkie Secretary and Treasurer: Betty Rose Grubbs Twenty-eight -, .--.Jil-if V .L i"1-fri?'T-43:2- :f:T:f5:1GE?:11':d ', R . , ', ' ,1. EIGI-ITI-I, GRADED Sponsorg Mr. Beard. First Rowz, Stanley Carpenter, Frank Anderson, John Libkie, Guy Richar'dson,'lAllegra'Hendricks, Alice, Lee Summittl Betty Kale, Elizabeth Holler, Winfred Hardisty, Paul Roberts, and John Edgar May. Second Row: Thelma Abram, Patsy Draper, Billy Curry, Jack'Myc-frs, Robert Perkins, Robert Bastin, James Edward Ray, Wilda Gorham, and Betty Keller. Third .Rowg ,, Joseph Day, Hubert Brown, Dale Hawkins, Wendell ' White, Russell Crane, John Welch, Frederick Bruce, and Clarence Grubbs. Fourth Row: Eunice Burch, Avonelle Weathers, Josephine Dewar, Claudine Ranard, .Sally Baxter, Jenny Wren Kelly, Evelyn Jackson, and Evelyn Spilbeler. Fifth Row: David Christie, Mr. Beard, Teddy Hall, Wallace Wiley, I , James Kale, Austin Taylor, John Crandall, and Wil- bur Reynolds. 4' President: Teddy Hall ' ' Vice-President: Wilbur Reynolds Secretary and Treasurer: Wilda Gorham Twenty-nine -. 23335 L L A M A R A D A flE3fiEi First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: V. .,.,.. . .,,,..L. SEVENTH GRADE Sponsor: Miss Smith Kenneth Reynolds, Barton Stines, Edwin Thomas, Alice Richardson, Charles May, Jr., Bobby Freeman, Billy Mitchell, Floyd Gill, and John Hynds. Josephine Bruce, Velda Starbuck, Bessie Bruce, Hazel Bastin, Mary Elizabeth Harris, Nina McNeely, Betty Ann Wickens, Betty Burch, Miss Smith, and Jackie Gooldy. Clara Alice Harris, Lillian Mae Halstead, Ann Faulk- ner, Verna Wright, Lois Wilber, Junior Duncan, Marilyn Jo Brown, Clyde Williams, and Bob Terrell. Mary Webb, Barbara Gillespie, Blanch Martin, Sidney Cowden, Paul Hudson, Lester Porter, Virginia Stans- bury, Pauline Reynolds, and Robert Hamm. President: Paul Hudson Vice-President: Clara Alice Harris Secretary: Bobby Freeman Treasurer: Nina McNeely Thirty ."f-Lzf ?72...'Ii 51-W ' 'lf' ' ' ACTIVITIES .' I .. FElq543iQI?5?'5.2I4 ,I-3 4,5 5 1 ' Y 4 ' 53 ,-uf, 1 1- 64442 ., ff I 5 9 P fit 6 1:5 4' :VIP ,sim 1 .f f Ii? fr 1 .1 wwf, Ki xxx 3 X ' Q M: 1 ' TF i, I if ff : f 4' ,f V? ,, .1 ,f "1 ' 1 ' ,- I A. ,Q U1 ,--6' - H 'f55'.:5Ix:f im I f, -H' "za:-.-iff.--'I K "" -506:15 iflifz I 5355 I ' I If 1115 4. 355 L L A M A R A D A 1E2E2Ef:A:-.-.-.- First Row: Second Row LLAMARADA STAFF Leland Engledow Coziene Weathers --------- Calendar Business Manager Grant Stewart ..... -- - - Editor-in-Chief Mary Winkler ...... Associate Editor Dola Conner .... ........... J okes Helen Carpenter -- Jeanne Ranard -- Norma Myers - -- Ruth Curry .... Betty Curry .... Maxine Brown --- Fred Crum ..,.. Helen Johnston --- Clair Dillman --- Ellen Berry --- Ruth Stultz --- Caroline Sears - -- Jane McCown -- --------- Poem --- School History ------ Prophecy --- Class Song -- Class Song -- Class Will ---- Sports -- Class Will --- Prophecy --- Directory --- Activities ----- Directory --- Graduation QT11is fiagc is f11l'0lI.Q'll flu' t'0Ill'fC5,X' of 1110 Cbllstczlnlc Oocux Thirty-two .igigrigrzrzrgrg L L A. M A R A D A S3EgEgE3EgE5Eg?5E3E53gE First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: EAGLE STAFF Elmo Deckard .................. Jokes Billy Curry ...... Eighth Grade Reporter Marilyn Jo Brown Seventh Grade Reporter Norma Myers ......... Associate Editor Jane McCown ....... Faye Libkie .... --- Freshman Reporter Mamie Oliver .... -- Helen Johnston -- Ralph Kelley --- Miss Harding' ...- Buford Roberts -- Ruth Stultz ......... Charles May, Jr. .... Mary Ellen Shigley Edwin Middleton .... Jerry Cole ....... Miss Raines .... Grant Stewart --- Dola Conner --- --- Senior Reporter ----------- Typist ----------- Typist ------ Jokes -------- Sponsor ------ Boy Council --- School Reporter -------- Cartoonist Sophomore Reporter ------------- Ads ----- Gossip Editor -------- Sponsor --- School Reporter ----------- Typist Billy Kelly 7 ...... ............. S ports Mary K, Winkler ............... Typist Dorothy Schaadt ..... Exchange Reporter Coziene Weathers Juanita King .... -------------- Editor ------ Junior Reporter Thirty-three A"A'LLAMARADA Lv .JK 1 ,Q 5 g, K ,N Ka ia --I E I 1 E V7 if-.2 1,5 . 3 S3 5' GA NG HARJEMEW 'H 6, ' 1. f 0 ,-If 0 jf 4" A FTM i E 1 'T 1 H 'P H Q 1 h ,Tw Ma M 1 if W 'A 7CAf5AaLE5 VQCA LJ57' Thirty-four PALS nppiif ' TXSWW75' 1"L:""54'k' 5'-'K L 1 .1 v -:-Fiiiii L L 'A 'M A R A D A 22E2E1E1E1E-.- scuooii CALENDAR 1938-1939 SEPTEMBER 2 School opens 8:30 a. m. Lasts all morning. - ' 7 Everyone is about settled down. Still some "green freshmen" running around. 10 Basketball boys take first grass drilltoday. Lots of aches and pains tomorrow. 13 Senior boys are having a big time in typing class. From the re- ports they are all thumbs. 15 The newness of school is Wearing off. M N ' 23 Freshman Class party tonight. 24 Freshman Class party a big success. Getting ready for "Fall Festival". 29 "Fall Festival" starts today. School ready for parade. OCTOBER ' 2 Grade cards come out today. Oh my! 12 The Agriculture class spends the day in Indianapolis. They visit the Stockyards and Kingan's Packing Co. They report a swell time. 13 Seniors select rings today. A 17 The Senior Civics'iClass attends a program at George Rogers Clark memorial at,,Vincennes.' . ,A ' 19 Class elects Llamarada staff today. ' . 25 School out for two-day vacation. Teachers' Institute. 31 Back to school. Everyone feeling fine. NOVEMBER 1 Boy Council meeting today, second period. Officers elected. 2 Junior class play tonight. 4 Junior class play a big success. Big pep session last period. Play Stinesville, ,Saturday night. ' . ' 7 Won from Stinesville 44-15. Seconds and Junior High also won. 11 Pep session today. ,Play West Baden tonight, 11 Blue Monday. Joost to West Baden 25-21. 22 Seniors get rings today. Oh Boy.!.. 23 Play Bloomington tonight. Four-day vacation. 28 Back to school. Lost to Bloomington 24-20. 30 Get some of Senior pictures. " Thirty-tive 3gg3E'g1Ei L L A M A R A D A Eiirilil DECEMBER 2 Two ball games this week-end. Shoals and French Lick. 5 Blue Monday. Won from Shoals and lost to French Lick. Jack- son gets nose broken. 12 Picture machine here today. Won from Eminence Saturday night 39-16. 19 Big Circus at school today. Won two ball games over week-end. 22 Seventh grade has party. A big success. 23 Out for Christmas vacation. Be back January 3. Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year. JANUARY 3 Back to school. Won from Spencer 28-21. 6 Ball game at Orleans tonight. 9 Won from Orleans in overtime 29-31. 10 WHAS show at school tonight. Big Shin dig!! 11 WHAS show a big success. People well pleased. 13 Pep session. Play French Lick tonight. 16 Rev. Evans speaks at school today. Lost to French Lick 35-30. 20 Won from Coal City in first game of Wabash Valley Tourney 46-9. Won second game from Freedom. 23 Blue Monday. Lost to Gosport in final game 23-15. 25 Big picture show at school tonight. Put on by senior class. FEBRUARY 3 Grade cards come out today. Well, good! 9 Play Spencer tonight. Three games. 10 Won all three games from Spencer. Seniors go to Indianapolis today. 11 Big ball game tonight. Ellettsville girls play Stinesville girls. 12 Won from Stinesville, score 22-15. Play Solsberry tonight. 13 Won from Solsberry 33-23. Only 10 victories in a week-not bad. 15 Seniors are being measured for caps and gowns. 17 Start typing on Llamarada. 19 Play Dale tonight. 20 Lost to Dale 25-26. A game we won't forget. Thirty-six :1:lt-1-1333:3:l:3:3iiziziflfififififififig L L A M A R A D A gififif1EiE3:-ZlflfififififififififiE13321 27 An unexpected vacation. School closed for a week on account of ilu. ,, MARCH 2 First day of Sectional Tourney at Martinsville. 4 Ellettsville lost to Mooresville 39-36. 6 Back to school. Still some absences. 7 Seniors istart on class play "Small Town Romeo." 10 Regional 'Tourney at Bloomington Saturday. Grade cards come out today. Basketball banquet tonight. 14 Seniors start on "Small Town Romeo." 16 Bfigskating party tonight. 20 Seniors about ready for play. 24 Class play tonight. 27 Play big success. Senior picture to be put in assembly. 31 P.T.A. Carnival tonight. APRIL 2 P.T.A. Carnival big success. 8 County spelling bee here Saturday. 12 Junior Class play tonight. 13 Junior Class play big success. 18 Boy and girl council today. 19 Freshman banquet tonight. 22 Junior and Senior banquet tonight. Banquet held at Graham Hotel. 23 Baccalaureate tonight. 24 Graduation-School out for Seniors. 25 Seniors back at school, very dignified in caps and gowns. 26 Juniors feel they are very near to being seniors, so why work too hard? 1 29 Alumni Banquet. MAY - 2 We came back for one more time-to get our cards and say good- bye to E. H. S. Thirty-seven MARADA fan ' 'D'9W'FffD Thirty-eight Tu MEL llff f2fST1WAL C,UR7' zona W la Q56 'Pa v SQL 453513: ag" gc ' ..4g11tl,,w gijyg i gig A . Li"'5'7',Ffff , 1' 21212 L L A',M 'A R A. D A 3532132 SENIOR PLAY SMALL TOWN ROMEO "Smadl Town Romeo", as you probably know, is the name of the class play that the Seniors of 1939 presented on March 24. The "Small Town Romeo" was Leland Engledow and he rescued a "Pretty Hero- ine" from the clutches of the "Village Miserf' The "Pretty Heroine" was Norma Myers and the "Village Miser" was Herb Hendricks. There was a "Town Constable" fClair Dillmanl, who falls in love with the "Maid-of-All-Work" fGarnet Truesdelj. The cast was the following: A Playwright from New York ...... Leland Engledow Young Proprietor of a Hotel -- ..... Norma Myers Village Constable ..... Q .... --- Clair Dillman Spinster Maid-of-All-Work --- -- Garnet Truesdel .Mysterious Guest .......... ..... L . Dee Addie ' Another Mysterious Guest --- --- Mary K. Winkler Village Miser .......... --- Herb Hendricks Village School Teacher --- ..... Ruth Curry Banker's Daughter ...... --- Maxine Brown P e HBACK STAGE STUFF We heard more about .Garnet's love affairs back stage than the audience heard. Much more! Maxine Brown almost got drowned. Clair brought a girl to the play, but did not know her name. Garnet went in the dressing room when Clair was dressing exactly four timesg we counted 'em. Clair went in the dressing room to put on his night shirt and left the door open! Mary K. really took heart powders. We wonder why? Addie could hear perfectly well back stage.. Miss Raines and Mr. Stewart bribed us to prevent our chewing gum. Mr. Stewart gave each of us a bar of candy and Miss Raines gave us chew- ing gum. Norma and Whitey practiced their kissing back stage. It's funny they would not do it on the stage. Maybe they don't like to be watched. L. Dee could only laugh when someone told him a funny story. L. Dee's expression when 'Mary K. and Norma gave him his reward for fixing the stairway. I Thirty-nine 3323? L L A M A R A D A 5355323 ACTIVITIES FRESHMEN INITIATION The "Green" Freshmen, as they are usually called, were initiated by the Sophomores at a party given in the old gym. From what we hear, the freshmen now think it is fun to run around the track with- out their shoes. They tried to feed them candy and when they didn't like the cotton in it, they made them go home. The Sophomores then had a nice time at their party. SENIORS GO TO VINCENNES The Senior Civics Class went to Vincennes to visit the George Rogers Clark Memorial. The opening event on the program was the Vincennes High School Band. Father Deery and Professor Lock- ridge gave talks on some of the things Clark has done for this coun- try. They toured all of the important places and came home feeling they had acquired much knowledge for use in the future. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The play, "Mystery at Midnight," was given by the Junior Class. It was a three act comedy, but I think most of the people were afraid -it was really spooky! These people were included in the cast: Eugene Miller, Virginia Day, Loester Powell, Marian Bastin, Geral- dine Cole,"Juanita King, Eugene Moore, Charles May, Vera Taylor, and Samuel .Baynes. Q SENIORS SPONSOR "TEXAS RANGERS" 'The "Texas Rangers", sponsored by the Senior Class, came to the old gym to give us a performance. They are from radio station WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky. There were quite a number of peo- ple who came out to see them perform, and I think everyone agreed that it was well worth their money. SENIORS SPONSOR "SUNSHINE SUE" AND "ROCK-CREEK RANGERS" "Sunshine Sue" and the "Rock-Creek Rangers" were here from station WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky. A large crowd attended the performance in which many of the students took part in an amateur contest. The Seniors sponsored the show, and it made us very happy when one of the girls in the class was a member of the quartet which won first prize. ' Forty .-532512 L L A M A R A D A 533535.-- Y Y' 53:55 SENIOR ACTIVITIES CLASS NIGHT The Senior Class of Ellettsville High School presented a program on the night of April 21, 1939. The entertainment was in the form of a "hay-loft party" with each member taking part. JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET The Juniors entertained the Seniors at a lovely banquet held April 22, at the Graham Hotel in Bloomington. After dinner was served everyone enjoyed a midnight show. BACCALAUREATE On Sunday evening, April 23, 1939, parents and friends gathered in the Baptist Church to hear the Baccalaureate Sermon delivered by Reverend Evans of the Baptist Church of Ellettsville. His sermon was very interesting and everyone benefited by it. The Reverend Crider of the Ellettsville Methodist Church pronounced the benediction. COMMENCEMENT On April 24, the Senior Class of 1939 assembled in-the new high school gymnasium for the presentation of diplomas. The commence- ment address was delivered by Dr. Montgomery from Vincennes. The address was very interesting and enjoyed by all who were present. Diplomas were presented to the graduating class by the principal, Mr. C. E. Stewart. Benediction was given by the Reverend Crider. Forty-one E3EiELLAMARADA5E?E? l l The Eagles, instructed by Coach Maurice Sakel, have been suc- cessful enough to win fourteen games from their twenty scheduled games. They were defeated by the following teams: West Baden, Bloomington, French Lick ftwicej, Dale, and Shoals. This year's record is above average: however, it does not rank as high as the record of last year. The team was unsuccessful in carrying away the laurels of the Wabash Valley Preliminary at Spencer, as they were defeated by Gosport in the final game. The Eagles have encountered different, as well as bigger and better, teams this year. The Eagles took part in the sectional held at Martinsville, Indiana. The team was lucky when it came to drawing, for they drew the by, but they were not quite so lucky when they met their team which was Mooresville. Mooresville won by a small margin, and that put the Eagles out for this year. But We are hoping that next year that noth- ing can put them out, that they can go ahead farther than any other team of Eagles has ever gone. Better luck next year to the Eagles! 1'l'l1i.v ficzgr Hzrmrglz H141 murff-.v-v of 17p-:orgy llzfdxmfj Forty-two --f.-.-.-v-.-.-.-.-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-3:3:2:i: L L A M A R A D A fififititiz3:11311:3Iiligiflflfigiiigfiff BASKETBALL BOYS Coach: Mr. Sakel First Row: Bobby Grubbs, Edwin Middleton, James Goodall, Bu- ford Roberts. Second Row: Grant Stewart, Glen Stines, Forrest Freeman, Fred, Crum, Robert Jackson, Carl Smith, Coziene Weathers. Third Row: Mr. Stewart, Frank Wilbur, Hubert Grubbs, Billy Kelly, Charles May, Jr., Robert Crum, Mr. Sakel. Fourth Row: Donald Fisher, John Gillespie, Hubert Goble, Hubert Frame, Eugene Moore, Maurice Borden. Managers: Coziene Weathers and Grant Stewart, "IT PAYS TO PLAY" with EQUIPMENT FOR ALL SPORTS SOUTHERN SPORTING GOODS STORE Floyd Southern 101 S. Walnut Phone 6093 Bloomington, Indiana Forty-three 2i21222l2i2f?22?2121212i212i212f222222222 L L A M A R A D A 21212122 GRANT STEWART and COZIENE WEATHERS "The Sock Washers" proved to be very capable assistants to Coach Sakel, and were always ready in case of an emergency with the medicine kit. They have kept the basketball equipment in first- class shape. ' ' p GLEN STINES A p "Terron1 of' the Hardwood" was one of his many names. He was lighter andvsmaller than many of his opponents, but he made up for that in fight and determination to win. BILLY KELLY "Bill," to the regret of all Ellettsville basketball fans. graduates this year. He played an equally good game at guard or center. His playing was especially noticeable when he played guard, as he had the weight to drive through and score. A FORREST FREEMAN . - ' , "Butch" is a fast little forward of our team who always scores a lot of points. i He was oneof the captains of our team. The Elletts- ville school will miss his eye forthe 'basket next year. ROBERT JACKSON . . . V "Sec" was the center of our teamg when he gotnstarted he had plenty of steam. He has been a member of our squad for four years. His greatest delight was to tip one in, FRED CRUM "Red's" head could always be distinguished shining in the thick- est of, the fight. He was dependable in any crisis. He Was7also one of the captains for the year. He has been a memberiof the squad for four years. QThi.s page through the fourtesy of Ellettswllr Hardwarvj Forty-four LLAMARAD Forty-five 2323252523232E L L A M A R A D A fE?3fif?f3fif BASKETBALL SCORES ELLETTSVI LLE "A's" Games Won Ellettsville 44-Stinesville .. Ellettsville 35-Shoals .... Ellettsville 39-Eminence ---- Ellettsville 23-Smithville - Ellettsville 16-Unionville - Ellettsville 23-Brocton, Ill, Ellettsville 28-Spencer --- Ellettsville 31-Orleans --- Ellettsville 42-Needmore - Ellettsville 40-Spencer --.- Ellettsville 18-Stinesville - Ellettsville 33-Solsberry - Ellettsville 54-Unionville - Games Lost Ellettsville 21-West Baden Ellettsville 20-Bloomington Ellettsville 20-French Lick Ellettsville 30-French Lick Ellettsville 25-Dale ..... Ellettsville 16-Shoals .... ELLETTSVILLE "Bk" Games Won Ellettsville 18--Stinesville -- Ellettsville 14-West Baden Ellettsville 29-Patricksburg Ellettsville 20-Bloomington Ellettsville 28-Eminence - Ellettsville 18-Smithville ,-- Ellettsville 23-Unionville -- Ellettsville 22-Spencer .... Ellettsville 20-Stinesville -- Ellettsville 18-Solsberry --- Games Lost Ellettsville 13-French Lick Ellettsville 13-Shoals ..... Ellettsville 16-Spencer .... Ellettsville 14-French Lick Ellettsville 23-Needmore -- Ellettsville 9-Shoals ..... Ellettsville 27-Unionville -- WABASI-I VALLEY TOURNEY Ellettsville ......... 46--Coal City ......... 9 Ellettsville ......... 31-Freedom ......... 12 Ellettsville ......... 15--Gosport fFinalJ ---23 SECTIONAL TOURNEY Ellettsville ......... 36-Mooresville ....... 39 INDIVIDUAL SCORES OF THE YEAR F G F T Freeman ...... F. Crum --- Smith .... Jackson -- Stines .... Grubbs --- Kelly .... Wilber .... R. Crum --- May .......... . . . . Total 51 35 137 46 23 115 41 49 131 33 20 86 23 17 83 24 14 62 17 15 49 5 4 14 5 4 14 4 5 13 TOTAL SCORES OF THE YEAR Eagles ........ 558-Opponents ........ 407 CThis Mgr? through the courtesy of Harold Giffoerdj Forty-six 1885: Munson, 1886: 1887: 1888: '''8222222111322222513212 L L A M A R A D A 321ElE2E2E2E2E2E2S2E2E2SiEiEiE1:iE3?1?2E2: ALUMNI DIRECTORY 'Deceased Dr. W. W. Harrist, Minnie Parkst, Mabel Perry Inman, Dr. Victor W. Bea Hughes Whittedt. Ura Sanders, Lizzie Johnson Harrist. William E. Sharpt. Otho Robertsont, Leota Cornwall Potts", Dr. Oliver K. Harrist, Maude Robertson Milesf, William H. Wamplert, Myrtle Figg Cline"', Charles Berry, Dada Moreland Smith, George Wingfield, Emma Edmondson Scholl. 1889: Gertrude Whittedt, Bert Houstant, Belle Coifey Blevinst, Ross Elrod"', Grace Perry Bain, Frank T. Berry, Emma Kostenbader Stevensonf, Dr. Jerry Jack- son, Lue 1890: E. Berryt. Dr. Cyrus Harris, Adda Moreland Matson, Ethel Eakin Robertsont, Dovie Figg I-Ioadley, Florence Copenhaver Neeldt, Raleigh Elrodt. 1891: William C. Reeves, Mary Presley King, Rice Wampler, Jefferson Summitt, Cora Allen Laymont, I. Emmett Whartont. 1892: Lizzie Harrisf, Benjamin Worleyt, Mary Stimson Hulsman, Stella Figg Stephenson, Winnie Windert, Gertrude Pauley Hines, J. T. Acuff. 1893: Myrtle Billings Storm, George Hughes, Lova Benzel Steen, Mattie Phipps Berry, Olie Livingstone, Mayme Sharp, L. H. Robertson. 1894: Beulah Rott Harris, Carrol Rayt. 1895: Clara Berry Hardingt, Cora May Harris, Millie Draper Stephensont, Rev. A. Turley Stephenson, Grace Benzel Fowlerr, Thomas Figg, Pamelia Buzziard Stim- son"', Ethel Swinney Dutton, Clara Litton Franklint, William E. Struitt. 1897: Lola Copenhaver Hunter, Bertha Ray Younger, Thomas Scul1y', Myrtle Moreland 1898 : Buchanan, Kitty Robertson Lyons. Joseph Curry, Eva Freeman Allen, Jesse Pitts, Sadie Francisco Redmond. 1899: Antoinette Benzel Brown, Edna Gillaspie Draper. 1900: Clara Stimson Dunkle, Ella Buzzairdf, Percy Moore Harris, Claude Coffey. 1903: Velma Parks Matthews, Charles Robertson, Cora Faulkner Perry. 1904: Capitola Harris Gruber, John Whaley, Leanore Coffey Francisco, Emsley Bunger. 1905: Ervin Stevens, Mabel Curry Wickens, Elba Firebaugh, Blanche Moreland Alley, V. E. Faulkner. 1906: Ernest Krutsingert, Nellie Rumple Hunter, Ruth Faulkner Chance, Lela Stimson Sawyer, Nellie Berry Hawkins, Nellie Harris, Theresa Allenf. 1907: Lydia Eakin Bakert, Edward Lindsey. 1909: Mary Harris Truth, Mattie Everman St. Clair, Carrie Ison Adkins, Clyde Fletchert. 1910: Bertha Edwards Austin, Gay Harris Ellis, Braxton Mooret, Wallace Mar- shall. 1911: Maurice Gaskins, Claude Swinney, Iva Eakin. 1912: Zeura Allen, Viola Kelly Price, Wayne Marshall, William E. Stone, Gladys McNeeley McMillan, Zella Harris Buskirk, Samuel Harris. 1913-1914: Fred Baugh, Floyd Brown, Julia Fulk Hays, Mabel Matson Cowden"', Faye Harris Wolf, Mildred Mooret, Deloss Grant, Paul Gaskins, Mary Faulkner Stevens, Ralph Figg. 1915: Grace Figg Acuff, Mary Hinsley Delano, Anna Grace Harris Donnel, Lloyd Starnes, Russell Rice, Harold Rowland. 1916: Josephine Stimson Kell, Elsie Gaskins Hui, Floy McCown, Wayne Reeves"', Willis Bastin. 1917: Wordsworth Stogsdill, Eva Buchanan Figg, Oscar Kelly, Neill McCown, Herman Fletcher, Lucille Harris Norman, Josephine Everman Busenbarker. 1918: Violet Matson Wells, Glennie Fergerson, Lucille Rice Crum. 1919: Eva Pietzuch Morris, Ruby Barbara Bastin, Ethel Staudt, Mabel Faulkner Ryan, Ruth Oliver, Mildred Reeves. 1920: Hazel Kelly Burk, Naomi Burk Dillman, Wilber Walden, James Staudt, Lawrence Thompson, Claribel May. 1921: Nina May Stuart, Beulah Young, Madeline Hall Ross, Frances Thompson McNeely, Albert Constable, Raymond Matson, Gwendolyn Constable, Lawrence Cof- fey, Thelma Reeves Gillmore. 1922: 1923: Frances Rooksie 1924 liams O: George Pearcyt, Gladys Williams Dobson, Harriet Easton Draper. Velma Williams Meier, Margaret Oliver, Helen Stuart Presley, Helen Lonyo, Powell Gustafson, Catherine Reeves Baker, Byron Draper, Milton Pearcy, Goodallt, Aubrey Oliver. Berneice Price Christie, Gayle Stultz, Bonnie Morgan Matson, Geneva Wil- Neill, Frances Curry May, Floyd Fullford, Joseph Pietzuch, Morris Allen, Forty-seven 1:1:1:1:2:l:iiiElfiEiEiEiEiE1EiEiEiE2E2E2E L L A M A R. A D A 12321Ef'I'I'i1EiE1EiE1E2fi?1?iE2EfE?EiEiE Ora Oliver, Kenneth Kelly. 1925: Maxine West Howard, Myrtle Norman, Dorothy Rice Corman, Chester Buchanant, Gladys Rucker Newman, Levi Oliver, Mildred Headdy Huntington. 1926:-Blewett Fowler, Ruby Endwright, Glen May, Lucille Rice, Pearl Williams Burch, Frances Figg Presley, Ethel Oliver Norman, Boyd Stultz, Marshall Thompson. 1927: Dean Gooldy, Leota Price, Jeanette Lonyo, Frederick Pietzuch, Frances Kelly, Walter Goodall, Mary Neill, Opal Taylor Watson, Avalene Allen Koontz, Clay- ton Endwright, Inez Litten Waddell, Norine Oliver Young, Helen Stultz Oliver, Edwin Fletcher. 1928: Paul Berry, Martha Curry Languell, Mary Eakin Raper, Laverne Freeman Kohlstaidt, Walter Howard, Lee Litten, Jesse Maxwell, Elizabeth Sawyer, Mary Sher- field Shipley', Hubert Weinkauf. 1929: Margaret Mangel, Glen Allen, Charles Fender, Kathryn Parks Howet, Lay- ton Gooldy, Knighton Harris, Elsie Craig, James McCormack, Berneice Easton Sum- mitt, Robert Rupp, Margaret Morgan Dulin, Frances Price Gooldy, Gerald Hendricks, Ethel Swingle Srlte, Ernest Matson, Vonda Williams Fiscus, Marshall Parks, Bradford Stevens, Edna Vandeventer Fowl, Glen Summitt, Lillian Wampler Myers, Conan Harris, Leola Wright Oliver. 1930: Myrtle Blough, Irene Brown Young, Reece Brown, Lois Coffey, Lltten Cor- der Southern, Vanelia Eakin, Martha Ellett Marlin, Coleman Freeman, Ellen Gobert Underwood, Harold Hamilton, Virgil Hendricks, Charles Kelly, John Kelly, Paul Lit- ten, Lela McHenry Fletcher, Marie Stultz Maxwell, Margaret VanDyke, Eugene Welsh, Harley Wright, Vivian Neel Steele, Olive Hardy Surber, Eugene Eichenberger. 1931: Paul Stanger, Hazel Cox, Helen Dramins, Faye Hendricks, Jetta May Moo- maw, Kathleen Taylor Housel, Lillian Wampler Stansbury, Dwight Rowe, Fred Her- rod, Kathryn Bruner, Rosalie Deckard Coffey. 1932: Robert Judah, Kelsey Hawkins, Rex Matson, Wanda Gooldy Neill, Caroline Moore Kelly, Chester Ooley, Walter Wickens, Charles Price, Harold Pryor, Walter Smith, Alberta Lee Byers, Ivan Rice, John Stansbury, Louise Stevens Herrod, Robert Wampler, George Westfall, Byford Burch, Eugene Curry, Maude Craig, Clarence Eakin, Maurice Endwright, Wilma Douthitt, Billy Gooldy. 1933: Violet Brown Hicks, Nellie Buskirk Weaver, Harriett Curry Bunch, Dorothy Brown Deckard, Arda Deckard Craig, Lee Eads, Herman Gillespie, Frances Harding, Robert Hines, Gladys Kelly Smith, Esther Knight Rice, Gretchen Maners Appleby, Horace Maners, Mary Lou May Price, Amelia Muir, Virgil Pogue, Charles Sanders, Daniel Smith, Emma Jean Stansbury Whaley, Ralph Stevens, Hubert Stimson, Juan- ita Stultz Manley, Edith Underwood Hagan, Marion Welsh, Earl Westfall. 1934: Harriett Reeves, Opal Gooldy Keim, Charles Baugh, Pauline Morgan, James Curry, Floyd Christie, Lowell Sharp, Wilbur Adams, Rosanna Stevens, Waldo Hamil- ton, Wayne Brinson, Violet Dramins, Milton Freeman, Clifton Gillespie, Earl Stines, Paris Pryor, Violet Cllnes Thompson, Azalee Freeman Stines, Marshall Underwood, Mary Jane Taylor Housel. 1935: Viola Addie Kirby, Emma Adams, Alan Borden, Justine Craig, Milton Crane, Eva Cowden Robinson, Willard Elliott, Geneva Goble, Gertrude Goble, John Gwinn, Lenora Hamm Underwood, Delmar Herrod, Dorothy Ison, Harley Jackson, Freeda Livingston, Marie Moore Baugh, Helen Muir, Max Olsson, Ethel Schooling Dillinger, James South, Floyd Stansbury, Louise Stines, Mary Stogsdill Porter, Rus- sell, Stogsdill, Robert Van Dyke, Anna Wilber Harshman, Helen Winkler. 1936: Marjorie Brinson Hawkins, Rex Brough, Wilma Bruner, Maxine Burks, David Campbell, Jr., Opal Fender, Joseph Fogle, Ilene Hamilton Hendricks, Helen Hanna Carpenter, Janet Harris Welsh, Maxine Hawkins, Paul Hazel, Wilma Hoke, Paul Keller, Byron King, Erle Litten, Nella Mae Livingston Olsson, Virginia May, Julia McCown White, Madge Middleton, Jean Price Waggener, Don Smith, Elizabeth Stevens, Kathryn Stevens, Oscar Taylor, Sylvia Underwood. 1937: Irene Bault, Josanna Baynes, Kathryn Berry McClure, Hollis Brown, Mar- garet Brown Blue, Robert Byers, Robert Crane, Mary Jane Crum Robinson, Marjorie Curry, Mary Frances Curry, Mary Deckard, Stella Draznins, Kenneth Freeman, Helen Hall, Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, Paul Johnson, Wilma Kale, Herald King, Enoch Miller, Lillian Oliphant, Lucille Oliver Phillips, George Paschal, Forrest Patton, Robert Price, Robert Ridge, Merle Sheppard, Caroline South, Julian Steele, J. P. Summitt, Merle Terrell, Mary Underwood, Edward Vandeventer. 1938: Alexander Muir, Ethel Miller Christie, Ruth Stevens, Maurice Stines, Dor- othy Jackson, Martha Jean Byers, Charles Jackson, Wayne Gorham, Frances Noel, Ercell Fender, Wynn Patton, Herman Brinson, Mary Siscoe, Violet Abbitt, Wayne Hall, Paul Hinton", Bertrice Lawhead, Marifrances Goodall, Walter Freeman, Ruth Shinn, Garland Ranard, Paul Stultz, Opal Stansbury, Hollis Brown, Mildred Ratliff, Walter Beard, Albert Burch, Wallace Freeman, Virginia Hanna., Mary Alice Eads, George Young. Forty-eight ADVERTISING and JOKES r 51 . 1 I li-.iifxl S .. 'Ja 2 E-Qf ,1 Us 1 W1 ff ,1 :Ra ,w 5, ,V 1, gf ,rg V' .LQ mf' ,rl fy., ..-V. ,,,,,,,,.v ,, 7 uh '30, -' f' -'Viv - '-:.,a5- , -1 .ff 1,:egg,rs, .. .' ,-' 534394 ' if .f ,,-' "Q 3 5.-, vw 1 . 1' gif 4 ,. .., . Ll! , . , ff! ll. l . . ., I , few: fx- , ,'f1'7Jf1" 23595 ffl A . f35,f5H...g,.i ' . -A13 ' ggm:1:2g,:wpf1--'-.,e, ,. 2 I ' - vQii-mxg4.,f.- W ,, ir "A' A' ' A ' 21212 L L A M A. R A D A. fffiiiiig. - -.EfEigE -fgfgfgffz METZGER LUMBER ICOMPLIMENTS COMPANY ' r l g OF Spencer, Indl Bush Yockey, Mgr. B it Tl-IE HOME BAKERY Bloomington, Indiana ROYER'S: Dry Goods and Shoes Foot Wear to Meet Competitive Prices Spencer - Indiana Did you ever hear Grant say in classmeetings, "Let's have order?" Maurice H.: "What do you do when you get tired of hear- ing a girl's empty chatter?" Fred: "I give in and take her to a restaurant." "Why, man, you are color blind!" "Great heavens, Doc, and I only got married last week." Visitor: "And how old are you, Bobbie?" Bobbie Freeman: 'Tm just at the awkward age." Visitor: "Really? Andfwhat do you mean, the awkward age?" Bobbie: "I'm too old to cry and too young to swear." ASK FOR 'LAYMON'S 5 and l0c I PRODUCTS Jimmie's HIGHWAY GRILL Spencer Fifty I I:I:I tlxl I1II I1II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I'I I,I III III IXI II I:I III II I II I:I II I IJIII I IIXII II 'II' XII II IIII III II IiI II III III l,I I4I II III Ill II II II. Il I III II II III I "T-'??i??5 L L A, M A R A D A Elilii -.iE1i2E2E2E2E- -- 621:25 E3EiE35333EifigifgfiiigiglgiiififggiEggifgfg Y :Q :""ElEiE DRINK MHZ EVERY BOTTLE STERILIZED FOR YOU Bloomington, Indiana We Appreciate Your Business THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Bloomington MONROE COUNTY'S BANK SINCE 1871 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation L. D.: "Speed? Why that old car of mine can't be stopped on the hills." Bussie May: "Yes, I know. Mine was that way before I had the brakes fixed." Paul Hanna: "Can I give you a ride into town, Lady?" Fair Hiker: "No, thanks. I'm walking home from a ride now." "Lady, if you will give us a nickel, my little brother'll imi- tate a hen." "What will he do," asked the lady, "Cackle like a hen?" "Naw," replied the boy in disgust, "He wouldn't do a cheap imitation like that- he'1l eat a woim." If you want your dreams to come true-don't oversleep. Marian B.: "My dear, I have just heard the most awful piece of scandal." Ellen B.: "I thought so! You looked so happy when you came in." Motorist Ichanging tirejz "Muscle Shoals! I " Passerby: "Why 'Muscle Shoa1s?' " Motorist: "It's the biggest dam I know of." Hotel Guest: "Has Mike Howe registered here?" Clerk: "What do you think this is-a stable?" Important feeling senior CJunior Olssonj, getting on bus: "Well, Noah, is the ark full?" Driver: "Nope, We need one jackass more. Come right in." ,LQ giizgtfifi g22?g?g?gIg?g?g23EgEgEgE:i:2:E:E?EqE:E:251523232323S535?g?gEgE5E5EgEgE3EgEggS3EqEESQEEEQEJ: A""'? :Z 1115331 Fifty-one 2??Zi'?1?2? L L A M A R A D A 2 Pennington Wood Products Manufacturers of BED ROOM FURNITURE, CUSTOM BUILT We Make Our Own Furniture WE USE ONLY QUALITY MATERIAL We Sell at Popular Prices Made to Order Upholstering of All Kinds Phone 6683 Bloomington, Ind. 600 W. 17th St. Naomi B.: "That man hasn't taken his eyes off me for an hour." Adah Crider: "Just how do you know?" Glen Stines: "If you had five bucks in your pocket, what would you think?" Robert Jackson: "I'd think I had someone else's pants on." Miss Raines: "If you sub- tract 14 from 116 what's the difference?" Ruth Hazel: "Yes, I think it's a lot of foolishness myself." Customer: "Have you any eggs that you guarantee don't contain chickens?" Dealer fafter a pausejz "Yes'm, duck eggs." CAMERA ART STUDIO SPENCER, IND Over Owen County State Bank PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL AMATEUR FINISHING FRAMES Fifty-two fi:-:-:-1-:-L-1-1-1-1-:A -1-1-1323512 L L A M A R A D A :-:3:3 :-:-fi:3f3E3E-:- - -i-1-i-i-i-i-1-i-ivg-2-i-i-2-i-i-i-i-1-Z-2-iv:-ivi-i-.f.-.-Y-, -i-i-i-i-, -i-i- -1-1-3 sg-9 73- Y-'vi-Z Mr. Beard: "What is a com- pound relative?" Evelyn Spilbeler: "I dunno -twins, I guess." Mary K. Winkler: "No, I don't Want a large picture." Photographer: "All right, just keep your mouth closed." " , SPENCER, INDIANA Teacher: "Your answer IS about as clear as mud." Pupil: "Well that covers the ground, doesn't it?" Mr. Sakel: "Why did you COMPLIMENTS not answer my question?" "Yip" Moore: "I did, I shook V my head." Sakel: "Well, you don't ex- pect me to hear it rattle from "The Kodak Store" here, do you?" He'S a human dynamo. EV- East Square B1OOI'f1ll'lgtOI'l erything he has on is charged. ROY BURNS STORES BLOOMINGTON Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables THE PICK OF THE PICTURES TIVOLI THEATRE Spencer, Indiana :Ai-5.1.3-a '-Y :.'.'..k-Y-'-'-' -'-'--'-'-'-'-3:4439 '-1-1 Fifty-three """"""""""' "" 'LLAM R A D A iriiiii 15551225 f3'Y:::E "'A A-' ' ' "1-1':'E'ltifgfifgfgfifzfif1E152235353255ig-1-I-LA:-1-1-L-1-1-:Ai-L-Elgiiiigg IF.A. :-:-:-i-2-.-1-:-I-:-:AI-I :-- OLSSON SERVICE 4- STATION Bert Olsson, Mgr. ' COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE ULLIVAN' S BLOOMINGTON S FASI-IIONS FOR MEN Graduate ln Style- SERVICE Linco Products Phone 165 A suit From sullivank up .,,, g li ,,.., 'I ...., N .,T. ' WIER FUNERAL ' "II A 0 , lx 1 2. HOME A AL I-IERRMAN Dial 4664 .IEWELER 109 S. Walnut BLOOMINGTON s Sl.00i MONROE COUNTY FARM to and BUREAU CO-OPERATIVE 25c Up ASS'N., Inc. PARR'S VARIETY 13iZ22'322I"A'SL'iiHJZs Building .Supplies and Fencing F I I 1 t Farm aggiealulplfalggnshicks . General Farm Supplies spencefs Shopping Hub 423 'South Washington Street West Side Spencer, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Phone 5359 Grant Stewart: "I think I'll open up an office when I grad- uate." Billy Kelly: "I'll probably turn out to be a janitor my- self." ' Ethel Christie: "Will you love me if I grow fat?" Floyd: "No, I promised for better or worse, but not thru thick and thin." Mamie Oliver: "Man is won- derful. He has even learned to fly like a bird." Forrest Freeman: "Yes, but he hasn't learned to sit on a barbed wi-re fence yet." Miss Smith: "What do you call a person' who" keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?" Doris Bastin: "A teacher." 'E-Y -pn YYYY YYYYY -2 ,,,,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,,,, -3? YY, Fifty-four ''''''U'''''"""""fgg1,,,s,1I-'-'ff LLLAMARADAEEEEEEEE ' BABBS' .FOOD STORES Groceries, Meats, Fruits and , Vegetables 501 W. Morgan St. 127 N. Harrison St Phone 246-248 ' Phone 345 Hoos1ER SUPPLIES Everything for the School and Office 146 N. Washington St. 7 North Columbia St SPENCER FRANKFORT Tel. 342 Tel. 743 7 Compliments and Best Wishes OF CANYON INN McCormick's Creek State Park SPENCER, IND, Grace A. Smartt, Mgr. COMPLIMENTS OF PRYOR'S MOBIL SERVICE MOBILGAS MoB1Lo1L Complete Line of the Everyday Needs for Your Car. Fifty-tive 1 1 :-:-: L L A M A R A D A 2222222 222222222 222222 ll HI 1.5. ltlll Illll Hi 1i1i1 lllI1 lllll 11 1 I' Ill ll ll 111 11 111 I II 11 111 11111 11 111 11 Ill 111 111 11 111 11 ll ll ll Ill' II ll 11 H lil! l itll 1'1'1 lift? U li VH 111 3 11 111 I 1 1,1 II 11 Il 11 Ill, 11:1 11 11 11 11 11 111' Ill' ll ll ll II Il 11 Itl 11 Il 1 11 11 111 11 4111 5. - Melvin Taylor: "Honest, Mr. Stewart, I stayed up all night to study and got up early this morning." " . . . and all medical auth- orities recommend Dr. F1oop's formula for ailments of the heart, lungs, stomach, liver, pancreas, intestines, kidneys, thyroid gland, and esopha- gus." Radio Listener: "Ah, an or- gan recital." Jerry: "Do you really love me, Dear?" Walter F.: "You ought to know I do." Jerry: "How much?" Walter F.: "I-Iere's my check book-look over the stubs." Fond Parent: "Daughter, did you say John is a good driver? Railroad crossings are so dangerous, you know." Beryl Adkins: "Oh, mother, he's wonderful. Why the way he takes you over them you can't tell whether a train hit you or not." Caroline Sears: "I caught my boy friend fiirtingf' Helen Johnston: "That's how I got mine, too, dear." Miss Harding: "Give an ex- ample of period furniture." Maxine Brown: "An electric chair. It ends a sentence." BRUCE CALLAHAN PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Bloomington KAI-IN CLOTHING CO. FOR THOSE TENDER, JUICY STEAKS SOUTHSIDE CAFE 1500 S. Walnut WILLARD BATTERIES and DUNLAP TIRES 310 W. Sixth St. Phone 2285 1 Bloomington, Ind. 11 WHALEY BROS. KERR OPTICAL CO. Optometrists and Opticians 1 Eyes Examined and Glasses Ground While You Wait 106 W. 6th St. Phone 5080 Bloomington, Indiana 1 Mr. Stewart: "Why are days 11, longer in summer." J- G- ROBBINS ll Melvin Taylor: "The heat DENTIST makes them expand." Gt'hth-'l x'RAY e eig ours s eep every 1 day, but not during school Office OH Ground Floor M hours. SPENCER 1' W5:5:E:E:5g5g5g"' 53535335353535353535 3 3 ' '535353535353535353535 ""' 5 353535353 Fifty-six -: 22222 L L A M A R A D A 12121212 A:-2i2i2i:A: 2: CQMPLIMENTS SCl'100l Supplies and OF Equipment METZGEKBLACK J. o. HENDERSON LUMBER co. . Inc. Phone 3570 211 W. Fifth St. Bloomington WHITAKER I wEmNER.BA1N FUNERAL HOME MOTOR CO Gosport, Indiana Phone 86 A Beautif11geSceI13lc5e. Need Not Dodge Plymouth Orchestra practice was in full swing, but something had gone Wrong. Miss Reeves glared at Alice Lee. "Why on earth did you leave off playing just as we got to the chorus?" "Well," retorted our accor- dion player, "on my music it says, 'Refrain,' so I did." Jane McCown: 'Tm going to New York this summer." Ruth Curry: "By Buffalo?" Jane: "No, by train." Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt. There is one disadvantage in being a microbe. It's too easy for people to magnify your faults. Rozelle Trowbridge: "Is Rudy Vallee a Connecticut Yankee?" Virginia Shigley: "Surely you've heard of the Connecti- cut valleys!" Bernard: "How can you tell when Miss Reeves asks a ser- ious question?" Helen Carpenter: "Watch and see if last year's flunkers laugh." A girl Who is Hshing for a husband will go out with most any worm. Luella: "Norris Lee hung up his stocking Christmas Eve.'T Ellalouise: "What did he get?" Luella: "A notice from the Health Department." , .f..-,.-.-..-, .-.- L-.-5 - -.-,.-.---.- -.v.-A-A-.-A-. ----- - - ------ - - - - - - - - v ---- v - - Fifty-seven 'iE1E1E':' S1213 L L A M R A D A 322122- El? COMPLIMENTS OF WETZEL . SALES Spencer, Ind. Phone 31 We Wish Success To Our Schools and Basketball Team of '88 and '39: Also Our Parent and Teach- ers' Association. Fount Edwards Grocery 8: Meat Market Ellettsville, Ind. Phone 39 Compliments of JOHN VAN BUSKIRK Grocery Bloomington, Indiana ClRGlN'S MARKET Fresh and Cured Meats and Groceries R. R. No. 6 Phone 3802 Wholesale-Retail BLOOMINGTON PAINT k WALL PAPER CO. Paints-Wall Paper-Glass Art Supplies Phone 3894 North Side Square Loester: "What does 'not transferable' on the season ticket mean? Do you know?" Violet: "It means that no person will be admitted to any game unless he comes him- self." Faye Libkie: "What was Irene talking to you about?" Mary Wright: "Oh, busi- ness." Faye: "I know, but whose?" A bachelor is a man who never makes the same mis- take once. Even his best friends would- n't tell him-so he flunked the exam. Many people have a good aim in life, but never pull the trigger. Garnet: "How's your test average in Geometry?" Hubert G.: "Got 97 so far." Garnet: "Mighty good."' Hubert: "Yeah, made 35 on the first test, 40 on the second, and 22 on the third." Mr. Weathers: "Well, Lu- cille, I see you weren't talking in study hall this morning." Lucille: "No, sir. I never talk in my sleep." Jeanne: "To think I'm the first girl you ever loved." Warren: "Yes, darling." Jeanne: "And to think that you think I believe that."' Mr. Stuart: "Did you ever hear of any success in history without arms?" Mary Ellen S.: "What about the Winged Victory?" Father: "Son, what did you do with that last ten spot I gave you?" Warren Schooling: "I bought a dollar's worth of apples and oranges and spent the rest 'on dates." r ,-,- -?:2:?5:?1?:2 13: fgfiifigggf Fifty-eight -.- -'-'-'3-A f"fE2E222? L L A M A R A D A 232523 szliiiiiiiiiiiif THE BOUQUET SHOP p FLORISTS Our Flowers Are Always Arranged With A Thought for the Occasion. Phone 3903 Bloomington, Ind. K I G E R A N D C O. SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT f INDIANA or SCHOOLS Misses' Apparel of the better kind at popular prices. THE VOGUE Bloomington, Ind. WINTERLEIN Brand Meats "Winterlein on the Label Means Quality on the Table." Norma Myers: "I would like to study Spanish for I intend to go to Spain some day." Betty Curry: "Then I guess I'd better read the Bible." Farmer: "See here, young fellow, what are you doing in that tree?" Coziene: "One of your ap- ples fell down, and I'm trying to put it back." IT'S OUR HABIT TO OFFER YOU THE BEST FOR YOUR MONEY. Make It Your Habit to Shop At Izeeclenls "Bloomington's Leading -Department Store" Northwest Corner of the Square Fifty-nine 2?357"5?5 L L A M A R A. D A 223131 E22 OWEN COUNTY P. K. HUTCHINSON 0 Builder of High Grade Monuments and Spencer, Indiana Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation All Kinda of Cemetery Work 1717 S. Walnut St. Phone 4670 Bloomington, Ind. Bell 223 Farmers' 24 WE BUY AND SELL M. D. SMITH USED CARS DENTIST Harry Stephens Used SPENCER, IND. ' Micro-Surgical Unit for Pyorrhea GAS X-RAY Car Co., Inc. 311 South Walnut Bloomington Miss Harding: "Can you tell me when the revival of learn- ing took place?" Dola Conner: "Just before the finals." Mr. McJilton: "Do you be- lieve in heredity?" Sakel: "Of course I do. Why I have one of the brightest boys you ever saw." Clair Dillman: "Give me some of that monoaceticacides- ter of salicylic acid." Drug Clerk: "Do you mean aspirin, sir?" Clair: "Yes, that's it. I nev- er can remember that name." Mr. Stewart: Un Geometry classjz "What's all the noise about?" Melvin Taylor: "Nothing, I just dropped aperpendicularf' Sigrid Moffatt: "He's so ro- mantic. Every time he speaks to me he says, 'Fair Lady! " Herbert: "There's nothing romantic in that. It's merely a force of habit as he used to be a streetcar conductor." Over the river and through the wood the Biology classes go. "Dear Juanita," wrote Carl, "Pardon me, but I'm getting so forgetful. I proposed to you last night, but really forgot Whether you said 'Yes' or lNo.! Y! "Dear Carl," she replied by note, "Pardon me, I'm so glad to hear from you. I knew I said 'No' to somebody last night, but had forgotten who it was." 1.-.-.-.z NA- --'--v-'--1-'-1-2---'-'A:-1-1-r-fA-A:-:Al-:f+-?'A :-1-gf Sixty :-:- I-1-:-:-:f:-1-:-:-:-:-:f:1:3: L L A M A R A. D A fififizf:-Elfifiziz :3:3E1:3: :iz 2222525252525222222222525252222323222322222ESEEEEEEEEQEEEEEEE2222223135151ESEEEEEEQQESESSEEEEQ3525252232 C0!1g1'8tU1afi0HS Eugene Weavler: "Today I to the met a girl who'had never been Graduating Class of 1939 PHILLIPS 66 Service Station Kenneth White, Prop. ULAND 8: BENCKART Shoe Shop "Artistic Shoe Repairing" 119 East Fifth St. Bloomington, Indiana COMPLIMENTS of ADRIA'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 120 Spencer, Ind. HARRY STEVENSON OPTOMETRIST South Side Square Bloomington, Indiana Phone 3522 COMPLIMENTS of WAHL 8: CURRY Quality Bakers Bloomington, Ind. Reader's Book and Magazine Store 535 South Walnut St. Bloomington, Ind. Used Books, New Books, and Bibles kissed." Coziene: "Say, I would like to meet her." Eugene: "You're too late now!" He: "Can you keep a se- cret?" She: "Yes, but unfortunate- ly, I always tell it to someone who can't." Mr. Stewart: "Clair, what does this mean? Someone just called up and said that you were sick and could not come to school today." Clair: "Ha, ha! The joke is on him. He wasn't supposed to call up until tomorrow." When someone asked Fred Crum if he could do something that no one else could, he said, "Yes, I can read my own writ- ing." Eugene's Ford 3 tin tomato cans 2 old leather pocket-books, 1 gold tarnished teaspoon 1 5-cent bottle black ink 1 pinch pepper. Mix together and let stand over night. Guaranteed to climb hills and wade water. Man is the only animal that can be skinned more than once. "He's the most tender- hearted man I ever saw." "Kind to animals?" "I should say so. Why, when he found the family cat insist- ed on sleeping in the coal bin he immediately ordered a ton of soft coal." Sixty -one f 3?f?3?i L L A M A R A D A 31315121512 E1E1E1E1E1E1E1E1 : GRAYS sroma " in Hardware-Furniture GENERAL- MERCHANDISE Philgas Stoves Spencer, Ind: I CLAUDE R. BARTLETT Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Cured Meats Dial 2197-2198 351 and 353 S. Walnut St. A 8: M GARAGE GENERAL REPAIR . Baek of Shell Gas Station S. Main St. Phone 138 BLOOMINGTON DUCO V SERVICE Wendell McNay, Proprietor Wreck Rebuilding Glass Replaced 1111 N. Walnut Phone 3428 GUY A. McCOWN CLOTHING SHOES For the Entire Family , Since 1909 ' Hubert: "You treated me like a photographer." Naomi: "How come?" Hubert: "You handed me. the negative." ' An Advertisement A German farmer lost his horse and wanted to advertise for it. The editor asked him what he wished to say, "Yust put vot I tell you," said he. "One night the udder day apoud a week ago last month I heard a noise by de frondt middle of' der pack yard which did not used to be. Si I jumps de bed und runs mit de door, and Ven I sees I find my big gray iron horse he vas tied loose and running mit de stable off. Whoever brings him back shall pay 555 re- Ward." 1 For hours they had been to- gether on her front porch. The moon cast its tender gleam down on them. He sighed. She sighed. Fin- ally, "I Wish I had money," he said, "I'd travel." - Impulsively she slipped her hand into his, rising swiftly, she sped into the house. Aghast he looked into his hand. In his palm lay a nickel. Glendale was much upset over a problem in arithmetic. 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