Elmhurst High School - Anlibrum Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

 - Class of 1933

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' The squad consisting of Oletha Griffith, Beth Rousseau, li Bob Arnold, Genevieve Snyder, Lionel Schwan, Fay Kelley, Philip Arick, Elizabeth Kelley, Maurice Oyer, Geraldine ii Walte1's and Lillian Henning, debated the question: "Resolved, I that the Government should own and operate all Hydro-Electric Power in the United States." According to plans developing at present Elmhurst will be a member of the National Forensic League next year. ' pi l I l l l I -253 QA-.1 S M1523 'g ill 4 l ifxlgc 'Xf"fQ-'TNT ,ff i f TV . in f fw 1 . -'VTGTVY T7 ...nf afffl Q .. 'MJ E fe., ..-fi ve-4 S11 L-'..Z',g'A4 ...4v..Qwa ,-. :." .. 'xv' '.-,-- ya. ' 'bmp .. -ni wu- x .. .ir ,. nw, ,ig Yv ' . ' - , - .', v- A.. 3 , f 5.714 Zim 4,. ,, VX..-. '. is , j gy JT, 91.-j I . ,O ..' A , . . -'- 4' . - - 1' VM4, :, 'u-RQ'-, N31 ,- ' ' N ff . U.',',u.. .4 1 f Q l 4,111 X. 4- Q '1"":f-.- , L ,. ,Vg 1.11 " 1' 1-.. T U ,. -Z, Y W -1, "P:-L. L 1 . 4 wx sm. . , mfg! ,, 1 up . A - . .5-x. 1. 1- f.-1'-P14 ' ,., - 14. 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Goble, who is the director of the orchestra, with the co- operation of the following members have made a name for Elm- hurst. ltlargaret Gonaware, ltllargaret Brauer, Elizabeth Porter, Martha Kemmer, Russel Troxel, Ted Davis, David Welch, Howard High, Eugenia Spoerhouse, Esther Robertson, VVendell Davis, Fred Goshorn, Leland Stephan, Darlene Buskirk, Hugh VVilson, Edgar Noble, Paul Kennedy, Eugene Romey, Walter Lamboley, Audrey Gebhart, Lloyd Lewton, Lucille Metcalf, Charles McCormick, William Gould, Ruth Swank, Richard Wilson, Greba Cox and Oletha Griffith. The orchestra has furnished musical entertainment for pro- grams at the following places: The VVestfield Presbyterian Chu1'ch, Elmhurst Community Club, and the Hillcrest Com- munity Club. -M- ELMHURST BAND The Elmhurst band, under the supervision of Mr. lNIe1'1e Goble, made a fine record during its first year and from all ap- pearances will even advance that record this spring. In the sectional contest last year the band played first in classes D and E. In the state contest at Evansville, Elmhurst entered as a class D band along with sixteen other schools. In this meet we placed third. In entering as a class B band this year, we competed with larger schools than we met last year, never the less we placed in the first division in the district which enabled us to go to the state contest at Laporte. 23" N,-L . . - X I wL:':sx y A I, Q . I ykf A. , Y ' 3 1 'VX ,1 .. - A . Y xii I Q. Q -- Q -- . I I I I I I i I I I I - I I I I ,Y-..4 f' '-1 ' 17 sv "- Elf 534 sl Q. ' I ,A wi w 5 " My-,' ng 1' 1 , Q 'I , ..-. . .9-.M , , '- f :- L 1 Y A ff -1- 'ql'1vP:,r""'y - 1 'Q 1' - -'Q' , - : . I f 1,- wc-.A A -Ln .J rg '..1...3x.J1 ., 4 . 9 :.. Y ..--1, ," : 5534? Lx: K V ,' . r ' fe ' . A v . 5 f ,..,, 4 1 I 1-, Q 'f-." Jwiua' M? yum . . , .11 sf ,Iggy 'ns- .,1: .1 RSL: A ,. :',y,,. 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M ,.....--.. .,-- .... 5... .. ,,,A, ...in J.,--,... I i ' F RIKI-2, 9 X L ALUMNI NEWS The Elmhurst Alumni, graduates of 1932, were the first to pass from these halls of learning. The baccalaureate was held May 15, in the school gymnasium. Rev. Williaiii E. Clark delivered the address. The commencement was held May 20, and Dr. J. Raymond Schutz of Manchester College addressed the graduates. The valedictorian of the class was Helen Eversole, and the salutatorian was Dorothea Auman. Other members of the class Were: Dulla Aschliman, Fern Beaman, Margaret Beerman, Marcus Blair, Virginia Brittenham, Brace Carsten, Franklin Cotton, Millie De Villers, Lynn Eickhoff, Russell Fairfield, Glen Felmlee, Edward Gillie, Donald Gillie, Ahleen Goshorn, Georgia Homsher, Martha Homsher, Clifford Jackson, Evelyn Parkison, H. Elroy Pond, Yvonne Pond, Evelyn Pribble, VVayne Pribble, Elnora Osterman, Esther Robertson, Damon Sheffer and Adolph Schilling. The class officers were: Presi- dent, Lynn Eickhoff 3 vice-president, George HO1HSllS1', secretary- treasurer, Clifford Jackson. A prominent member of the class of '32 was Fern Beaman, who was awarded a bust of Jefferson in a Morris Plan Essay Contest. Virginia Brittenham had the honor of being the first editor of the Elmhurst Advance. On the night of February 16, 1932, the seniors presented the play, "Cyclone Sally." Ahleen Goshorn and Marcus Blair played the leading roles. Another activity in which the seniors alone participated was "Kid Day" on May 2. On this day all seniors appeared dressed as "kids," The facility gave the seniors a farewell breakfast on May 19, at Foster Park. The last of the year's activities for the first graduating class of Elmhurst was the Commencement Dance held on the evening of May 20, in the school gymnasium. --L , gp p A, .nj p gg A A 5.-.--......-- ...,...L...- . ' l.-...-. ...41 .....i..fvf . .--..-1. Y i ,ev W A., ,. , 3, .- ,v ,. 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Tilbury, A. Yovan, H. Gillie. g E. Dennis, L. Metcalf, H. Ditzenberger, Miss Simon, M. I Braeuer, B. Graft, A. Seidner, N. Yovan, D. Beck, R. Britten- ham. I l L........., e . . iT'W.,+ L M- L 1 'B Q, 'A .ig . e e B R . .lxffi . X" i - ,-nz. 1 -. "fl J, 9-2, 2- f., I .. ' 'Y V 1 'ig' i , ,. . H H., .,...' .1 , wa .U ln.. 4 H ,lt U M., L ,r 'L' ., Qin ' "N-:N . ,V r'wTS'- 1 0 1 gl r r 1 V I 1 I - Bum. ,,1 I 4 F a,, V, v .'V ff-,. 7 -U ,w . 1 4 1 1 A it s c . A an ' U Q , L , ' ' 'K I, xixahx , J - Ai- C, ,Ln "if T-NRXQX - 'Z Y -TV xxx i X F' ' . vi T1 REGINA DOMI Regina Domi meaning "Queen of the Home" formed by the Home Economic's Club, under the direction of Miss Lenora Simon, accomplished many worthwhile things this year. A To develop personality, leadership, self-reliance, initiative, V social poise and professional interest were the themes of the yea1'- ly ly programs. i Some outstanding achievements were sixty-Eve Christmas A gifts made for the poor relief, and thirty-six garments sewed for the Red Cross. The Club attended several interesting li lectures, one of which pertained to "proper selection of menu , cards." One of the main features of the year with the cooperation of if the home economics class was a style show and tea opened to all Q club members, their mothers and friends. he The club this year was very p1'oud to have become a member of American Home Economics Association and of the Indiana , Home Economics Association. The officers for the year were: Hilda Ditzenberger, presi- y vf dent, Agnes Siedner, vice-president, lllargaret Brauer, secre- fl tary, Bernice Graft, treasurerg Lucille Metcalf, student advisor. by l 5 s ,XZ-gf-X11 I 7 . xl 'J'51F5 . f 1 A - ,JC--5 --- -4 ?,sx ,JW . I ' Sf - t :L M gli: .' 'ff' , o r . CIP t . ga. . A' on '- ,. ' 1, ec-- -Q..- . . 1- ' . e 11- ' H - 4 . x ..1 V--.' V 1 v .4 F.. ' .Rig x . ,, pywi Winfi- Q ..,?,3g?, . .- M.: A:-at "lr V. 3.13. , j 'I' ,HC ,l L -, 131152 "far Y . W, , .315 1 ' Q. . w -- "ii,- -' . , -"z .1 . ,. 3.5 . : 4 wx ,.A,-J 4 L Y A41 r v . . 1 'P 4 'uf 1,-nf' ' r ff: Q lf? A V4 U1 .r, 5 h ggnx , ,.g 1, M ff ' 2 K, 1 PI 1 , W A . nk, l' my 1' W ,iA .C " 1 .v Q , 1 a 1, . . n vs,- ' .JM ..', - uni sz.-av' W-1'-1 wg wx - -rw . --,A ru' . 5 . , . a.,- pwf ' 1 'I . 1 I u J v I A f CZ - Eifixweti, Nff-gg i: - - YT L1 e Cie .92 YI V" F N v I-----e ee e ---. 1 F r--' L-1' 5 VF, 1 1 W I . i 1 U 7 If e l I e k H f .1 . L J I , 1 xl , 3 IT . 1. 1 'N W . If V e I , T I . 1 i I J ART CLUB h dL. Lewton, D. Welch, H. B1'anst1'ato1', J. Gitter, P. New- ar , K. Dennis. 0 V. Kinnerk, G. Wolf, E. Storm, L. Schwau, L. Nyffeler, Mlss Cress, H. Kinnerk. f' ! J I i ,B ,.- I l "-X"'a ,. n 1-'71 . . ,f. e . l we 4 . -. -..A - Ji' A ' 1 , 1 . .., J. u '1 .-rf , . x 1 A Y up . ying, T ,. 3" Qv3,jP,aftf- . ,L-ab' 1 -A -Y .1 it .. , ,.., f ,X H A ' , X J. ., A If 3 - I 4 .11 ff,-.lip ', we ff I I, H ' 'A . Kill ' F'Lw. i 9wl' f 75 . P ' . .,'..,, U , . V . ..-.. ....-g ..-c..A ...--.V-. -. ..-...-nit ,ii . V l rs .3 . , . or " i ' f i 'N- -5.1 X l 'I' - S014 - lflfic-Q'-2 9 XL ..., -11 1 l PALETTE AND BRUSH CLUB The Palette and Brush Club was organized in the year of 1931 with the following officers. President, Elroy Pondg vice- president, Gilbert Greiser. The club held meetings once a month. , On February 22, 1931, the club gave a dance, the "Washington Swingoutf' which had a colonial plan of decora- f tions, reminiscent of the days of Washington on whose birthday L the event occured. Early in the spring the club had. a picnic in the woods. While there, several of the students made painting and sketch- ings of the surroundings. The Palette and Brush Club voted for new officers at the beginning of the school year 1932-1933 and the following stu- , dents were chosen, president, Evelyn Stormg vice-president, Lionel Schwang secretary and treasurer, Gertrude VVolf. l' In order to receive a Palette and Brush pin each classman f must obtain so many points within a limited time. To obtain V these the member must be active in certain outside work. The club had their annual dance, on February twentieth, ll called the "Spectrum Dance," the different decorations being in ,Q all colors of the spectrum. The club held a banquet in April and a picnic in May. tl fl l ' fvy V-' -....--. at f. -3 , , ,f ' evra" -e...a,...4......,--.,..- r. .. ... -. 1 r . fjlfw ,. ...L "' .f7 1 f m ' if A' .- -,i,. x . , 1' - l 'l r '?igsfLg4..+.sQi,'Fl-7322534..:.5g::rrs2Zf?:tQi2 ,n . Q . . fx' 1 f x P -1 .1 ' .., u f, -,yn Fr ,ax .yVlf"f n - , , W ml 'fi' 1 -.. V, x Q J' . , v. UU G 1-, l lf' dur. . eu 424' . X. 1 1 ' u .1- -is I A.f'l 4 ln .'-,- ,., 1 v f 4 . .,. A 1 . ,nf- J .-v- 7. 'ziweh f. I ' ,. ' X 4.. -1 4 - 'A f-LL 'I- W K! .'9a,', fre - ,Z s xx ," .1g'f'f 7 r , N -, Q, 'ff 5 1 15512 Y-1 . . . -.-- .-:va I R, .. In . N 4' iq- Jn? b J, 'IW rv- I W K ' 1,-5 A '13, fi, 695191. -. 1 l " 'fFzf1,'..,Q ,405 ' 9'n..,., 1 l Q. ,v- . 45 '- uA4-s-ab-1u,' in N X f A f A - 'r " . Sf -ri QB- -. r ', ' 'iwf " 4, Mag. . X! Marx- Rx ,J ' GLEE CLUB E. Starke, R. Ray, M. Lehman, R. Busher, P. Troxel M. Mooney, M. N. Harper, B. A. Coolidge, B. McCoy, V VVesley, S. McMaken, V. Summers, E. Fritzche, A. Seidner H. Branstrator, G. Seip, T. Davis, G. Crowl, B. Carriger. H. Allison, F. Goshorn, O. Emrick, P. Reed, F. Emrick IM. Strunk, H. Ditzenberger, N. Yovan, E. Porter, H. Sutorius R. Seibold, L. Stephan, R. Brittenham. L. Schwan, M. Oyer, E. Tracey, D. Monce, D. Snvder Miss Cress, P. Arick, J. Brittenham, D. VVelch, O. Grfiiithi P. Hille. ,fax-F --L1 l-1--1 ' ' QX LT' 'M'- 96- ,bv MDL -V im, ' V Q , ,if R AP' , ,... f.,, 1, ,.-' . s A y .J xx, ' , XX df A K . JG.. ' . . Ti 'fi' "Y -rrtf' 1 L' . I 26324 Q" 15.3. 4. s 9 9 S +- x , v , M J, qi I ,ig -1 ,. ,L ,S 2 71 1 33,3 Q13 x",' , ,.,, . ., ,' .el ' V. J :lx , 1:7 5 .iw I -4 If 4 . f, A., 1 .w 'L .viii '-I aug J M-.4 1 A mr L--13, . , :fx il, . LT Vi 44 'P lr . .1 " ' '1 1 1 I 1 f I In g f,.,,4gr., rfgigf' 'Q 4 w Pia. A- .- 4 S LSI EQ? X ' R X 1 1 . y E. fi I , l V S Q . I I i 1 "MISS CHERRY BLOSSOMH i Elmhurst Glee Club presented their first operetta "Miss Cherry Blossom" on April 141, 1933 in the school gymnasium. i The performance was under the direction of Miss Martha Ellen it . Cress, Glee Club instructor. G l The cast of the operetta was: Cherryblossom, brought up as A 1 the daughter of Kokemo, in reality Evelyn Barnes of New York, a f U. S. A., Dorothy Jane Snyderg Kokemo, a proprietor of a tea i garden, John Brittenhamg John Henry Smith, a New Yorker on S v a visit to Japan as a guest of Mr. Worthington, Lionel Schwang 1 I Henry Foster Jones, Jack's pal in love with Jessica, David y VVelchg Horace Worthington, a New York stock broker who is I! T entertaining a party of friends with a trip to Japan on his private ip yacht, Maurice Oyerg James Young, Worthington's private ,' secretary, Earl Tracey, Jessica Vanderpool, Worthington's t E niece Dorothea Monceg Togo, a J apenese politician of high rank, . Philip Arick. , if The plot of the entire play was woven around Miss ' 5 Evelyn Barnes, an American girl, born in Japan, whose parents . die of fever, leaving her to be brought up as a Japanese maiden. 5 . Her father's secretary uses her property for his own ends. When A Evelyn, who is known as Cherry Blossom, is about eighteen, 5' r Worthington C the secretaryj returns to Japan on his yacht with - . T, a party of American friends. Une of them, John Henry Smith, It falls in love with Cherry and wishes to marry her, but Kokemo ,li l who has brought her up as his own daughter wants her to marry J Togo, a rich politician. The action of the piece centers around Q J ack's efforts to outwit Togo and Kokemo. Eventually Cherry lf' learns her true identy, comes into her own property, marries I t Jack, and all ends happily. 5 i ,N,..,v1 Y""' 0 '-ef-4-A , X W!!! ' 'f 196 I Y tim x l iii! . IFT Y J .Z. : is a or .VG PV , ' . .1 ' 'r if . o . -.n. ' F V., 1 ai ' ' 1 r H-,,4..A in I f F F' v v , 1 .L- A', , :. 2 CMG J- ' - nj WM -1 .31 91' L. 1-ff-Qgq ' .' - , i gg:-14 I '. HT gf . . .c ,-sw ii - S" . , "N l -'i - i "'i. .' nh f 1 A I . Q y 1, ,i ,,t , ,ih,,.-:ri ix.. iv K i- i , , . , . l ea ,. . 5 ' W i I I lf' Xxx I f" if R Cixi. 1 "Yi A i 'E -1 'l i fl l ,I p 4 e ii l I7 li Q 4 1 Our Glee Club, selected from students from all of the classes, il has shown extraordinary ability in all their programs. At the 1 f' convention of the Northeastern Indiana Teacher's Association which was held during the last Week of October, the double 1 f quartet made up of Dorothea ltlonce, Dorothy Jane Snyder, ' xi Betty Ann Coolidge, Vivian Summers, David Welcli, Lionel l nl Schwan and Philip Arick sang in accompaniment with the I I Northeastern Indiana Chorus. During the Christmas season, y "The First Noel", Was a presentation of this club under the I direction of Miss Martha Ellen ciess. i On April 14, an operetta, "Bliss Cl1erryblosson1," also given l ji F f? I fi ' I I fl by these songbirds, Was one of the best attractions on the school calandar. At the Baccalaureate services it has become a custom for the chorus to sing songs as part of the program. KSNIV-" J f 1 1 . 1 i I 4 I 1 V..-. fl l i I fl il I 1 1 M ,rm ' - owgggh , , llxxi I A 'yxji-JL-9 1 'L ' 4' ,ffl X Q ' , . ,....---gi5 . i' ,. i , 1 ff t . at f- "c"r"T , i e a-'ffaxi-?fJ.u.'- we . 4 1 i 1 '. A . i - . ' i r 5 X. Af. ' 1. ' . '- " ' .-4,5 -' ug' L --'V .Q- 4' " "t".Tv' Z.'va-uf - '. .u ,' K. ,I 7- ' fe. ' ,fat ' Al ' '51- -x v 2' 'x' 'f.,x'!" - ..! . H. v .. ,i:'.fl,l. -F' ."f'.'n v"' ,l . "F '- r v,A ff iii 1. f '7. aff- f fl iv' 1' xy V' I ., , L . H ffu. 3.8 .,,. fl-I 1-J? Li ,' .1 v 57 -9. . , v P51-'mf W' 3 13 1 if fum .rr- i , -. fx., - 1. 7" "t"'f'4 14191 ' ,. - -s .w -- i.. 'ff sf-' R' . - fe ' ll 'ff?"f..,i -' ':,,' a A ' ' ' -ew.. V . ,, l . 'nf' LA , ' . '. - Z Y - 3 - o - J - l -se . - f .:. ' C -' CN- C Je ' . "'f ig.- - .- .-. 'Ci f' 'f i . f xg. , L . ,i . . If "'s.f11' Cx i '-...J 'fl N xx . , H 1 L, l ... r 1 I i l i . X 1 I 1 V r RIFLE CLUB Robert-Carriger, E. Stuck, C. Kelley, C. Stuck, J . Britten ham, H. Wilson, W. Davis, W. Lamboley. Mr. Haller, M. WllS0ll, L. Auman, G. Seip, R. Oyer J. Wolf, C. Gorrell, B. Conn, V. Hoffman, L. Metcalf, E. Storm G. Seivers, R. Carriger, C. McCormick, C. Loring, B Q Rousseau, T. Davis, D. Welcli, R. De Villers, B. Hargrave. I , " 1 -fv--M, 1 L---H-,-1 of-sms - . L , abr' - . , ,. . -I ff- J-'1 ep.-X-ix .W f, if N 'I fi ' W--.i 4 .f X,X'...f-'li 'jf-- Q ' I' X - - - - Q U Xfp " X4 1 ., - l - W ..-.........7 . . -f- .., 9 1 Q. . . ' -im. I, A.. .1 Q ' V Bmw.-. l I l"',-'IVV' . ,v , i x ' ,fp 4K-:Qx-Q ' un., ,. ,I I f. f -' - igf: -A 2 -,A ff" 31152, lflpx I .I 4 . ' lf: X11 4 . f h 'V 's , ' ,. in 5 , . 'X -V ,f " Lv fit lu. , A . mwj A, 1-rw 'fn ,. Q , 35:1 ' - , . i :. ' , "' ,-iN"'?r'bA.',1.- -' '41 I .X " .1 .. 'hm .' ., . ,' ' ' Y, A " ".,f f ' A lg . -' f ir -, gm. A' iywptvga.. 1, 11 Y ,, rv. 3. .,.., 53,3 ' f,,'f-,bw if. JMB ,. ' ' . We ' .-: f -Q, I , fi. in an - ., , , . ig 75. , v -J 1. 9, , A ' ,F -V f ' l Y' .rv ,V I f V. ,hh 1 V7 P- I , 1- 5 , Q, I If . , . -..- .- . ., , , . '.--' ...-- Q 2 lllflf 9 RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club was organized by Mr. Haller during the opening year at Elmhurst. Clifton Loring was appointed presi- dent and Yvonne Pond, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. Those who were active members were: Georgie Homsher, Martha Homsher, Phyllis Reed, Evelyn Storm, Mary Wilson, Lucille llletcalf, Beth Rousseau, Vera HoHman, Lou Auman, Dorothy Auman, Yvonne Pond, Clifton Loring, Ted Davis, Jim Wolf, Roy Oyer, VVayne Pribble, Charles lNIcCormick, Glen Sievers, Dave Welcli, Billy Hargrave, and Hugh Wilson. The girls challenged the boys to a match with the understanding that the losers give a Weiner bake. The girls lost by a fraction of a point so they gave the Weiner bake at the residence of Beth Rousseau. At the beginning of the second year the club activities were renewed. Clif Loring was elected president, Ted Davis, vice- presidentg and Beth Rousseau, secretary and treasurer. A num- ber of matches were held. One meet was lost to Arcola and two were dropped to South Side. The girls had two matches with Arcola Winning both of them. The girls have shown that their ability to shoot was superior to that of the boys much to the sor- row of Jim Wolf. Lucille Metcalf was the first member of the club to shoot a possible. Ted Davis has to take Lucille for an airplane ride to fulfill his promise. It looks very much as if the boys are going to give the weiner bake this year, unless they shoot a few possibles. Those that are on the team are Lou Auman, Evelyn Storm, Lucille Metcalf, Roy Oyer, Hugh VVil- son and Cliff Loring. In the county rifle meet held at the Armory, lllarch 25, Elm- hurst placed third, making a higher score than either North Side or Central. South Side and Arcola took first and second places respectively although the Elmhurst team was by no means out- classed as was shown by the close score. 4 I- L v .llglklgr - TK I '- ,g,5'v7', F, H-1 ' 5 , 5 or Q ' . -..........,.'slF1jiE-ii'7J, --.--.....-.....-.N- . H I . pf I ,yr - ,, V - Y . ,r 4.7 1, 2 n l A pl.--n I YV 5' path, wr ' 4 Q' Ki it A nd: qv, 1: li.: gli. , I I A A ,I V ' '- -1, 6 'ff v .- ' f. .-45. ' - :raw 1' . .. ' N - x i .., -' My-I .M til an-f 5- my' . r.. V : . ' ll FIT fa ..Tl'ld..hb'f v '.rA 1.x1'E'f'--6fA'u.h. 'li' . . W, 1 litq19','1nnn'n!1an'fn-m-ff-,wfhffx 2 x. --ff.- 'A' Lf- "F" ' "'1'f -'W "V ' '9 Ml' . -f' A 4 in l .il 1 , A 'V Fi K 1 u 4 1 f 1 -1 3 I 1 f SENIOR QLAS8 I, '1 X Q 1 I 5 D i 4 ,A -4 51:04-if in-ep' agus-1 -..fa-'...,,, - aw- V.,-- .- A- A- 1 -1 --4-. '. is 5 'lr ry. 2 T' NW.,-. 1 L - . ,,, I x . I1 .x- ,f K. . : ., .U WJ' 6 I "If 5 i .nl wr ':".,1 4 . f. V , .fn U 5 ..s,,s 4.1: X .Xb ' x fi "I-'if' A? I . . f I. U Tv . Vx .,., V , . ' 4 X I . x " v 1 'A-'f ,ii , :H . Ig . .v f .' cf " - .5:1g1.3EJ, aw . L. .Q 4 e 'ff S' P :iii f I 7 'fw.-:! ...... ...,.,:.. ...... DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatic Club, organized this year under the super- vision of Miss Letha Falls, has the following officers: Philip Arick-president, Lionel Schwan-vice-president, Beth Rous- seau-secretary-treasurer. Membership of the club is open to all Juniors and Seniors who are interested in dramatics. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday evening of each month. The club is planning to have a picnic for their last meeting. Numer- ous interesting programs Were heldg at two of which, there was presented a radio program and a short comedy, "Paste Pearls." Roy Oyer played the retiring hero, Maurice Oyer played the boastful suitor, and Lucille Auman portrayed the beautiful young heroine. Although the club was unfortunate in having to postpone so many of its meetings, the meetings which were held proved de- cidedly successful. The members of the club are: Robert Arnold, Lucille Auman, Harold Branstrator, Virginia Coleman, Ted Davis, Helen Engle, Robert Gillie, John Gitter, Oletha Griffith, Louise Houser, Lillian Henning, Vera Hoffman, Josephine Hoover, Fay Kelley, Paul Kennedy, Victor McCoy, Sally lVIcMaken, Lucille Metcalf, Leah Nyffler, Maurice Oyer, Beth Rousseau, Lionel Schwan, Jeanette Smith, Dorothy Jane Snyder, Gene- vieve Snyder, Leland Stephan, Evelyn Storm, Jane Strauss, Vivian Summers, Earl Tracey, Pearl Troxel, Geraldine Walters, and Mary Wilson. s 'l J O.. rv 'il gr ',' frail- .KZ - 1.,?w.-.-1.- . 1- Y ' 1'-'!'YFv' vw ........J -.rv Fw . F, in 5 . B x'- 1 X 'v, n 'I , ..L., i ' 7 s - .--gsm., k"s"f. .. ., 5,1 fr! , A , ' ., 'H , 4 A ' 11 ' N 'MQ' ry lv:-a,5",gf N 'Y,, X ' ' ,i.'H J r V' ,I . . . . .... . ,. VJ, my Q. 'E '- ., H-1,2 , ..Y ' . f - A 'S uf? .V T""l Qc,- : 9.-'L . ' ' N y -iT?15"kx. 'mir' if'- ' 'H '- 2' A 52 - , 'I' 'flu ' ' "., ' ' . . . ii4,'1fv1--"'fb3't.f?q,Q, ' ' ,IW . 2 I 137 ' ' '-r1"'.'---U3 . A 1 v 4 'F' - f, ,M .-ruff , ., , .7 'F' , '-,A my :Ju-1' :vs-Sgt" ' 'His' .J f'?ffff.Q5f'1j.L:Q.' v ' , ' , 1 1 tj .mv .1 "I T: zfgmga 1 f:"1"" " f,1j2yrgfsg,j1f,,j,,E ' ,. :N 'Q W' '-1' ' Xl -T.".r fwf. ' v f - . , ljg, 1 ,' l 5- 1. ,.f'nr,fug17X : A-1 f , . . -, -+.-:rf 7 , . N 5, I ." . L F . . f -4 :HV " .FE A . . . .. .W L sf wan- '- .YfF ..a- N A . Lil nl' . 4 v l I .:.,. A .Y . 'V y- 'V ... Q7. . a . 1 . 5-'x "' -xg .: KF ...... ,N X . fi V XR . ' - -- --Y - A -- --f -- H N e, X., . ,V ,, Q uucaing , x fe 'fx X K1 A , . -M r, il 1 9 'J 1 I i J W .1 Riel J 1 v it i 4 as . F i I. I A i K 1 fl A in U lj i .1 TEH wi J. 1 I U at! E lin . . v r- 1 1 Qf 4 A i X, i I A Li , 1 J Q A COMMERCIAL CLUB i H lr. P. Kennedy, E. Tracey, R. Pond, E. Noble, R. Troxel, R. i If McCoy. J. Gitter, A. Noble. - il f T. Greider, A. Gebhart, J. Smith, M. J. De Villers, P. Troxel, D. Spice, M. C. Hadley, E. Fritzche, M. Strahm, E. A. V i Spoerhase, A. Yentes, L. Wedler, E. Robertson, H. Engle. i , ii f' B. Rousseau, L. iNIetcalf, D. J. Snyder, R. Oyer, P. Arick, , 7 J. Hoover, V. Coleman, E. Storm, L. Henning, L. Jalm, H. i li A Sutorious, G. Walters, Miss Rhinehart. i ,' X ' i J L-.--W--.---., Dw i - , Q.-X ,La' ,-,-'D V------A ""'L--Q on ' yu, V ..', 3' ' ff-, S. X -V . " A i, "' 'L . W -. " X G Xi !-2 .7 -.. 'T'-r f P f'f:L:Lf 'li 1' xl i S ,,,y 1 11 I ' , n V , fc 3. 1 'png 4' 'u '. .1 .', ,Q . 'g R, l,. 'J -'rf ,, . X , .SV ' . 1 ' -4 awk . ma I, . Y, .1 If Q' in 1 - , 1 af! r 5, - .- I-.-:Q - '- , - ' ' . V .' .- 1 .?:- 2' - asa-L V I-1" ' ' . .- w. ' . iw, . 3 4 ', ,4 -' ' ' . e- 1.4, , . ,sn Mg,,v'v '- -e aft: F. V . ' fr-'L - S ' . . ' .1 - ' -'fi' fd. '-1 ' '- .,?Ar5...Ig,5-,if fi 'i-,,.i4.,,. t.,.,f,.' fl ,P . .- ,4 . -'ax' ' 1... Q . 1 V - 'f"15?:, . ' ., f ' - ' P - ' N f, A,,,,,,,,..- , .,..-..-.,- .,,-.... -..M ..... . .I 1 . 3, .: W,-Q E-U .-4 if "ft 'Ti ' 'I if W V .4 ' N ' ' 1' ' .Q ' ff x A '- . . LZ ., xxx I in M N"'l COMMERCIAL CLUB A Commercial Club was formed this year, in order that students might become more thoroughly acquainted with com- mercial subjects. At one of the meetings Mr. Hugh Jeffrey ad- dressed the club on the subjects of, "Life Insurance and It's Or- ganization." At Christmas time the club members had a bunco party with the grab-bag being the big feature of the evening. The club sponsored the "Icicle Hop" on January 20, and With the profits bought typing and bookkeeping awards. They were fortunate in having Prof. J. O. Winger of Manchester College speak on the "Value of Commercial Education." On March 8, the club visited the Lincoln Life Insurance Company. On the Whole they have had a very active and educational organization. in 2:15. L.- Ji mess.-sehr. ,-X--,ik L f , fa---A Nw. X g g Aw' ' .-Rfb' - 1 -K-: ' a4I . ,X i L -'xxx If f i fb-' A X . r - .1 -7 - W - " 4.- iv, P 1 al."-' 4,. .wa-.-. ' -4 4, 49- E-- n J I '.,' 'I H pf f. .YI , I,- 4 'Q 5 0. r 4. ,HN ,V ul' X' ,o 'wc 3 1 f i 1 fu ll. ff . ,x K 1, x M A 'A 5? my QQ, 4. -1 ' 1 'X ' - A , ' I X IV , I X WJ . W X! X X .- H -X X1 THE DIARY OF A SENIOR 306 . September Sept. 6-Hello, everybody! Here we are again inside the f portals of dear old Elmhurst High. Do all the little freshies Q wandering around the halls remind you of your first day? g Sept. 7-Just think! This is my last year in high school. It seems only yesterday that I was a little green freshie. Well, they say time flies. - Sept. 12-It's just impossoble to let the new teachers go 5' by unnoticed. hir. lVIyers is the new French and English 1 teacher, and Miss VVin1mer the chemistry teacher. . 1 Sept. 13-Has anyone missed anything this year? The l 5 elementary grades moved to Hillcrest. l Sept. 16-The officers for the senior class were elected to- day. Lionel Schwan was elected to lead the seniors through A their last year. His helpers are: Clifton Loring, vice-president, l e Dorothy Jane Snyder, secretaryg Beth Rousseau, treasurer. Sept. 20-Junior class elected John Brittenham as their class leader. ' Sept. 21-Math-Science club was reorganized today and Clifton Loring was elected president. Sept. 22-Paul Kemmer, the basketball hero, was elected as L sophomore class president. Sept. 23-The first assembly p1'ogram was held today for the purpose of creating an interest in the Advance. A new club was also organized today. It is the Commercial Club with llliss ' p Rinehart at its head. l Sept. 25-Our band played at Reservoir Park today. i Sept. 26-The clocks were set back to standard time yester- ' l day. But Mr. Smuts forgot to change his and came to school an 1 hour early. i Sept. 27--The freshmen held an election todav. VValter Lamboley was chosen as the freshmen leader. Sept. 28-The World Series were played today. The students having study periods during that time were allowed to , go to the gym and listen to the game from a radio. 1 Sept. 29-The first issue of the Advance came out today. l Sept. 30-"The Last Half Day of School" was presented by the Hillcrest P. T. A. The money raised was for the pur- chase of band uniforms. ,fan . f-" f . it ff ' -J A .... . -. is i . e . .l'f"1Hf"il . . 1 . 1. . f 'M 'Y f , . in-gig fi'FN'iig.' i ,..5, .. his .6 C - Juni' u V. M. 1' " 'faq .. u -'f L D 1 .2 4 ' 1 Ia 1' ' 145' '.-'WLM' A . ml 1: ,.. ' ,, 5: A, 1 .L .V f ,.-, 4 ,' I, , 1 if" ,t J x-,Qi 4 .5 my.: .1 ,L ' 'FQ 1 ,N , f, .4 I ,l.,.,e . , a 'sax' C ..ii. L- .syag : - .ww r V FQ. ' .. .,1..,.-... 5' . . l.+.ff-r-ig.f1af' . :i'a..f. 1+-'aa' . F2-1' .-f'1iL l,:, ,Er , ,ai-fu - - ' ' X'-A-'H 7305--Hfrfgz' ' . 9. f l V -3 1 B :F C 29" A f ff Q .mam L--. ae, October Oct. 12-The Commercial Club members were initiated to- night. They were taken through the tunnels. Oct. 14-The freshmen held the first party of the year. Oct. 18-Roy Oyer and Billy Hargrave were selected as yell leaders at an assembly today. These boys are left with the responsibility of seeing that the students receive plenty of lung exercise. Oct.19-A lot happened today. The newly organized Dra- matics Club held its first meeting. Pantomines were the feature part of the program. Everyone will remember "Doc" Stephan as "mother's little angeln. Season basketball tickets were sold at the pep session today by the G. A. A. The boys put on an exhibition game for the benefit of the students. Some of us are happy and some are sad. The grade cards came out today. Thirty-five names were listed on the honor roll. Oct. 20-21-Hooravl Our first vacation, and does it feel good. It all happened like this. It seems that the teachers must get together once in awhile, so they selected these two days in which to meet each other. Let's hope they meet often. Oct. 21-Mardi Gras! VVhat pleasant memories that name brings back to our minds. The seniors put the first dance over bi g. Bob Finkhousen's orchestra furnished the music. November Nov. 4--The G. A. A. girls reserve credit for their sales ability. First they sold season tickets and today they are selling Trojan pennants. The Trojans went down to a 10-8 defeat against the Roanoke Stonewalls. Nov. 9-Mr. Hugh Jeffrey spoke at the Commercial Club meeting tonight. No. 11-Professor Wingei' spoke at an assembly todav. W'e were defeated by the Alumni, but that defeat isnlt so hard to swallow because they seem to be part of Elmhurst. The score nas Qi-23. Nov. 12-The band and orchestra gave a cake walk and box social tonight. Nov. 17-The Advance is now a member of the Indiana 'High School Press Association. Nov. 18-Our Trojans are having a terrible time winning a game. VVoodburn defeated us tonight. .,,-xr ,.,, . I ' i' "Mite, " t i 147 N , L+-fn N -1 v:f.1 - eral ,f X x,f-rl jf- 1,1 O .XJG AN . . .1 7" ' l xzf 'rf I,-A un. Ltsi fr: .1 ' ' K 'ya-. ':-, ff .1 ,,..,,. Q LA 41.-N 749' ,. 'Q-w K 'N w 'L "1- v-. if ,-' ,V , .,,-4.-1,1 :fx 1 ' . ,x, .u us X . , m. - X. f -... 1 ,.,1,,L. . . .3 r' X.: I W V -'YI s C .. 1,3.,'..,., . ,'.l fx . , "1 1 w.' X ff f 1 1 ,lu -. -'x if I S fl J'1"N' 1w,...,:.:..' . 4 .v a if 'G I ' 1 " N, , .,- .. '- ww- , , +, ., f ,V . 3 .V .M-f Q ,.A. I , ,v ,, 1 .I ' TY! 4. v .' ix' 1 xi 1 ' ,g '31'.M,, ,,-ws . .13 f' . V ,144 1 , . -qm. 1 1 .,, P "'...L . V FI? '.f L 3 11 1. " uv. 4 ,jk.+ ,., ""'.-.tsl 7-41-:Ag-c. 1 K qua., 4.1 -an , i ,, D ,-3, r V- ':, , 4,- - rfrffmrvfi f- V 1 .f-M. .A -, . ,,-, T,,,,Ml , 1 , ,..! W H1-VJ vw 4 .m-.4" .+W- ' ' ' -',,,fi 1 Q' "E"M':'i3'f1-!,fk,i,- ' . -,' 1 -". 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December Dec. 2-These defeats are getting monotonous. The Trojans went down to Monroeville. Dec. 3-The junior class gave their first party. It was ac- claimed a success by everyone. Dec. 9-A pep session was held this afternoon. The yell leaders displayed their new sweaters. And are they keen look- ing! Rah! Rah! Rah! Zis! Boom! Bah! Everyone is in high spirits tonight. The Trojans defeated the New Haven Bulldogs in a triple overtime battle. Is'nt that something to be happy for? Dec. 10-The victory last night was too much for our boys. They went to Markle and were defeated in a hard fought battle. Dec. 13.-No gym classes, no band or orchestra, no English or Latin-these were the announcements this morning. It seems as though the teachers are all getting flu at the same time. Dec. 14-The senior play was postponed today. Dec. 15-Commercial Club gave a Christmas party tonight. Dec. 16-The Trojans journeyed to Hoagland only to be met by a defeat. Dec. 17-Decatur Catholic defeated by Elmhurst. Our per- centage is going up Dec 19-The Palette and Blush had a Cl111St113.S party tonight Dec 20- What a wondelful newspaper stoiy that ww ould make. Ev eryone will iemembei that pluase f1on1 Digging Up the Dut The senior play was a gland success Dec 21-The Glee Club gave tllell annual Ch11st1nas Can- tata Noel !-Lf fa P l . l - 1 l . . . I - v n l . - i 1 l . it 1 I i V rj , l N v ' 1 v 1 Q U ' . I I .1 ,, I . . . . . . - ' cc 79 , . . 4 'W ,Var . A ' ' ' . jf! ,- fy, 76:54 L l Q Qin xlkd Y ,jff f""' . X M3':.n ' -,gl If Q , , , x. X ' s , , A . . - . f . . .f- -N . e e ' e B 4. . , , . lv H 1- , ' , .44 .Z.'?'."'Rlf. . ?.. . '. . , . -- A X wx . 1 ' A ' ,' , 'I T! 'fu . '- ,,- .5 . C 1- 1 f' 'LT I 'u ' ,, 'Jin' I M ,,.' 'Lge--N-UN- , ,X .' I 'c,Q.,,15...i,5,g ' W no ., .51 , . M x v fa. 44 I . 1 494: 12, ' . 4 . 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Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and will see you again in 1933. january Jan. 3-Ho-Hum-Everyone looked the same this morn- ing. Sleepy and tired. I think the teachers were the same, only they can put up a pretty good bluff. Jan. 6-Old Witch Defeat seems to have left us for good. The team won their third successive game from Concordia Academy. Jan. 9-Everyone is talking about exams. The great question is "Will I make it?" Jan. 11-The great day has arrived. I overheard a fresh- man say, "I couldn't sleep last night thinking about my tests today." They'll oversleep when they become seniors. Jan. 12-More exams. The teachers have the hardest job. They have to grade the papers. Jan. 13-Friday the thirteenth and no school. The students have it over the faculty today. The teachers returned to school and labored long and hard making out grades. The lady teachers worked extra hard. We understand that the "Chat- terers" served dinner for the "Silent Seven." Friday the thir- teenth proved unlucky for the team. They were beaten by Central Catholic 34-15. Jan. 14-Our Trojan quintet is improving. We beat Markle 21-15. Jan. 16-The little white cards marked with A's, B's, C's, or F's, were given out today. We hope the Fls were few and far between but the A's must have been plentyful Fiftv-two made the six vs eeks honor roll and forty-one names were listed on the semester roll Jan 20-Icicle Hop! Everyone who was there will re- member the rex olving globe Bob Colvin s orchestra furnished the music I Jan 26-A pep session was held today rn preparation for the countv tourney Miss Cress gave several G A A an aids which were red and gray E s Fd-1 IS 9 ' , I . 'V I I I 1 . 1 ri ' . I fl I . , . ' ' . . I . . I ' ' . . V . Y ' 1 ' I I 1 - . I I I U, 7 , . nl 1-3 .,,1,, ,IL ' ,x .' . ' H oo'-cfzcss f , lihxx N ' ,. . 'TGS ' - 1 1 7 .. ff :, ' - H 1 41 ,cf k'w4 ' ka 1 Q K-5 f' . 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Prominent members of the deba- ting squad and Advance staff were today forced to dig deep into their pockets and pay three cents to pay for paper which they used. Oh, what to do with people who insist upon using things that do not belong to them! February Feb. 7-The seniors and Miss Falls were struck with the jig saw puzzle craze. At noon in the senior home room the seniors and their sponsor resolved that they wouldn't go to class until they had solved the puzzle. Feb. 8-Professor Wirigei' spoke to the Commercial Club tonight. Our boys went down in an overtime battle to Con- cordia Academy by the score of 19-18. The second team, how- ever was victorious Feb. 10-Elmhuist debating team xr on 1 out of -1 debates today The two affirmatiye teams were defeated by C Htl al and I afay ette Cent1al. The nefratue team lost to North Side but won from Monroe This avelage is good consldeung that the teams have had no expeuence Feb 18-I-I-I-it ell I dont l'.1o X how to say it but-We Beat Cent all No not in basketball but in debating lVe also beat Monroe and Lafayette Cenu al but weie defeated by Noith Side. The debating members Weie 1n high spirits aftel this grand victory and enjoyed an evening of dancing at the Spectrum This dance was glven by the Palette and Brush Club Feb 17-Our Trojans Cltllel Win 01 lose by one point T - n10'ht they lost to Arcola by a one point mai gin in an or eltime battle The freshman wele avi ard d the champions of 1nt1a- mural basketball today in a tour ey They beat the semois in th finals 32-13 Feb 21-A fafllll of Hawaiian entertainers w ere hele today Feb 22-Elmhuist s negatne team debated Central he1e in a practice debate Thele in as no decision given but ex ery one will agree with M1 Smuts He said I dont know ww ho non but I do know who I m for P gf l I. Y , . . v C '. ' L ' ' 7 C ' 1. , ' , J 7 1. C7 u I u . . . . . I '. . . ' , , xl W' ' ' , Y . 1' . , , . I 1 -lu 1 y 1 9 . . . . . . . r . . . . y b V C l ' I 0 q I I E ' . . ' . ' . I . . O K: . Y L , . - . V . D u . 1 . Us Y . , S . K H v v . w D 0 I N4 4 1 . W . .- 4 v ' v ' . J ' I f, . 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' ".,:" .fw.N -.' - 1 fi' .A - l -.1 '9.-f'4Qf1'iizsF"-VQ1' .-.iff Q "t : 119.5 . " f, ,A Alf, . . ....... . N , -. . V 4 X L--A Feb. 23-More debate. This time the teams went to Central High School. Our affirmative debated Central's nega- tive in another practice debate. Feb. 241-Elmhurst has agreed that harp music is the most beautiful there is after hearing Kathryn Egan, a harpist of great 1'enoWn. March Mar. 1-Grade cards were given out today. Forty-nine were listed on the honor roll. Mar. 4-The Trojans met the Decatur Yellow Jackets in the sectional tourney today and were defeated 22-15. Mar. 8-The Commercial Club members visited the Lincoln Life Insurance Building today. The revolving dO01'S afforded amusement for Johnny Gitter. Mar.10-In the absence of Miss Falls, Phil and Lionel took charge of the senior home room. Everyone will agree that Evelyn S. blushes very prettily. ltlar. 14.-Miss Falls came back to school today after a week's illness. ltlar. 17-The Advance came out today, printed in green. The reason was that it is St. Patrick's Day. Mar. 29-A discussion contest was held today between Gerry W. and Bob A. Mar. 31-The sophmores gave a party, and many senior girls were disappointed because they didn't get an invitation. April Apr. 5-Kids again! QPerhaps we never grew up yet.j The seniors discarded their usual dignified ways and acted like 2 year olds. Miss Falls' comment was, "I am glad Kid day comes only once a year." Apr. 8-Gingham Gallop. The G. A. A. dances certainly draw the crowds. ,f Apr. 10-144-This week will be remembered as Visitors' A Week. The city schools had their spring vacation and several 1 students spent some time at Elmhurst. i Apr. 11-Nlore people shot. Today all group pictLn'es were E taken for the Anlibrum. ' Apr. 12-Grade cards came out today. This time there are , 55 names on the honor roll. . 1 X , . v' fi' 4- . 3 g x w .'., . 'f' ., 1 v I i.e " ftffiv- ' fi fi . " x gn 'Gr " ' ' nrt,b!f .1-5, ' f ' ' f2v4rfFr:ueTiW1?5 . 1.l.,Y'J'I - r - . 1 f Q rf '- iw- 1.--+L ,fini u ' ' f VJQTQAM -p ,. ' AN ,,-, 'E'!'o5fXf9I,Awl-nl ' w 1 f ,11u"' I 'N ' -l Y . , . . ,V 1 .1 . v ,-, . 1 - I ' 1 . .I-, . J . G f r ilk fwufw w7f . Vx ,','..,A. K' l ' 'vvuwia fl I . . l - ! Ly , I . .- -' , .. 5- - - .fr mm A . A r . ' f'f'fU, . 1 ' - 'M e-' 1-LH ilu ,. ' . ' ' -'15 9, , .4 -A Ax,-, . , -., " 7.5 -f .dh -S ,-vwQ4fA:'1,l- M . V -..-url 2g1jJ,!,43l V Al ds! . ..N , m h.-I-9 . ..4.'1,'-" ' r, dl fin ..',f 1 'il '.a-"'-IB 4 1,51 9T3b 9QiQ .gm 5,4 45 IEW 1-,I Qff F-.-1 '. ,'I . . , . . K' , . l , . . , A5 .- 4 my . 4 I I Q .1 f ""'3"'..,' ' ' 1 ' 1 l - fr? 'S C Z-, . y , I if X' +C , X1--EYWQVQ, l Apr. 14--"YVho, me?" Yes, it is the expression made , fa111ous by "Miss Cherry Blossom." Miss Cress and the Glee E i Club deserve a lot of credit for the success of the operetta. ' ' Apr. 20-The baseball team journeyed to Monroeville for 5' their first game and were defeated. ' Apr. 21-Trojan baseball players were defeated by Ossian ,i at Ossian. The freshmen enjoyed their second party of the year. l Many senior girls were disappointed because they, weren't in- vited. -l m Apr. 26-The operetta cast had an outdoor party at Lionel 2 Schwan's home. The big event of the evening was the treasure E hunt. Everyone received plenty of exercise. Apr. 29-The second annual Junior Prom was held to- ll night. The decorations carried out the effect of a Japanese i garden. F' May I f May 2-The Dramatic Club held their last meeting in the form of a picnic at Foster Park. The eats were Dlentiful. I May 5-The band, having been placed in first division at tl1e district contest at Columbia City, today went to La Porte for I ,. the state contest. May 10--The Commercial Club banquet was held tonight. l P' Everyone had plenty to eat. The entertainment was chiefly 3 ' talks that were given by members of the club. fly May 12-Today was "digniHed" Senior Day. The seniors fl wore their caps and gowns. The underclassmen are all looking ' forward to the day that they can wear them. Student talks 4 fl seems to be quite popular at banquets. At the Regina Doma - U banquet the retiring and the new officers gave short talks. y if I May 14-Dr. Paul Krauss gave the baccaleurate address this afternoon. The seniors will soon be the alumni of Elmhurst. 4 . 1 May 19-Diplomas. Some of the seniors were so excitel y fl i that they forgot to changethe tassel on their caps or else knocked .q 1 their cap off in an attempt to change it. Prof. J. O. lVinger of t , 4 Manchester College gave the Commencement address. The 1 l Commencement Dance, the last social function of this school 4 E year, was a great success. I IVX ,-- f ' . h s 'Eff I 1 ' ..gfg . ' - F' . X' Xl '17 C ITE" w mf" T "pw " , . .... X! .. . 1. . . , , .f, , Y - . A . Ezlclltll- -' izf, rfrr . a -w"afr'w"f17 Ferl- a gi., , 322- , I ':'. Qw -' 13' l"f'?:"' ff' ' l " 'edit'-'ft -. 13? if..D'f A- t 'Q - ' . ... ... .'.. .-. J..-.-. 1.-.. l f 'Em u ' ' L 4 lflafi Q, ..,, ,, . . 1 X, . Qc A 1 . ' - A -..- . N. X W XXL c - 1 , 2 Lillian L. Henning l 5 "Lily" fl I 45' , Advance Editor-in-chief ,,Z,a Wx n Varsity Debate Team - 'i"'. K Q 1 Valedictorian l iiz. Edgar Raney f if ti i A a -'Eau l ,, 1, ' Class Basketball i f Football, South Side ' Q. Wrestling, South Side ,,. Maurice I. Oyer "Maurie" "M-iss Cherryblossonf' Four Year Honor Roll Advertising Manager Anlibrum Evelyn Storm "Queenie" Prom Queen '33 President of Art Club Art Editor of Anlibrum Secretary of Commercial Club Advance Staff-Society Editor Gen. Chairman Commencement Dance Harold A. Branstrator "Jude" Junior Class President '33 Reserve Basketball "Digging Up The Dirt" q ll . ,G 191+ -Gi r - T 5' t r I KQAV t ,.,, iv if A ' 1 A 'S-, 1 if f . by t Josephine G. Hoover I? A 2 VL uJ n M Sgr, min 'G 0 fl I I K I ' fl A wi 1 t a a a f Q 1 vlii 4' 13' Q ,Y . Thural Davis Q A . 'l i kv 0 'N r r I .UI-edu Intra-Mural Basketball Rifle Club Vice-President "Digging Up The Dirt" Mildred Shropshire -'Mar' G. A. A. South Side U. S. A. at South Side Girl Reserve at South Side . -"5r7i-, J l ..........., . . . KEN Z 'f . "1-NS F -:W . I . , -',, . L X ' J 1 Y, , xx "K .' I , I , , n x X ' W F A' ..-.... ... .. T . 1 1: 'fb' ' ' lf.. Q. . - : . Q--4. . K s an 4?- wfff' A n,2,'f' 'AH vi 'lb' , 1 ff' E, .Qjvqiif Q..- Q my Emi? 1f?'es,'a , , ,n N ,I l ' ', A -M '-sify. . , ' Kg' .I"" .' VVQY: " , ...' 'I 'FW X 'FYl!1iV'W- igifl 'fum X4 v,:l11i!' 'J . M' wf,!AI'31 . , , 35- . . ,-J "Z 'i .1 - in -:ia-,g 2-r,zg,P , ' , "':Qv"nff'e'Mc-N H 1 ,Lf i s 1 1. 4 Y ' .A WW-. 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Letter Girl, President '32 3 Lionel Schwan ' "Swan" I I, Senior Class President Q ' , "Digging Up The Dirt" I , 1 Business Manager Anl1brum , ,, I V ., I Clifton Loring ' rl I Clltf I ' ' Rifle Club President I' A Vice President Senlor Class 1 I, Digging Up The Dirt f I I I I 1 Twyla L Poorman I Z' Tweela I ' Advance Staff Reportez and I ,- I Ad Solicitor I I Art Club Central I I I I I ,I I P s I Lg- s , t l'SZ'GF.- V-l.-,bind-i owc4 Q I X T7 4. . II ff' ' Awree ...QL Q , u 1 - 'I A ,.g""J Drs , ' ' elif - 4' M- 7 . E 'r ' if' K ff. v7 4. ,x ,. .iv .Y V 1 YL . f 'f Q P in --we-1? A Q V' ,M A? s IA I Nz' N , ..v, 9' 1 H4 1 4 V - - 4 .V f-. Y , ' f' 30.53 ,.jYgp"' i,,?i,' 4-,,1'. . 1.f I.-faq' ' ,H 4-.Q H .gf .4 l, 5 ,U 1 ,H la L4A',,1,i j .1"11f-rv-5 -wx Lf.. gb 'ly 'gfjkjgwy ,.-A .- ' ' 4- '- - - A"' 'A 'L , I ' V ,. . - .- . ' l.....'...-f....-...,...- .,.. .....r. : 1 'Se m -:Q J H V ,,, ,, www!! X 5 4 F ua I P l 'E I f i i V P 1 1 i l h 4116137-.1-9 X Li LT H u SENIOR CLASS HISTGRY I Since Elmhurst High School was a new school and was , only opened in the fall of 1931, many of the members of the class l of 1933 came from the city high schools or surrounding rural I high schools in their junior year. South Side led the list by send- g ing eighteen students to our school. Central, North Side, New I Haven, and Churubusco also transferred some of their students. There seems to be a few students who make a practice of attend- ing as many high schools as they can in their high school career. 4 Victor lNIcCoy and Bob Gillie tie for first place, because each 1 has attended four high schools. Clifton Loring and Earl Tracey v - come next with three high schools to their credit. i Some of the students who were transferred left a record in their former school to be remembered. Lionel Schwan, our handsome senior president was chosen vice-president of the fresh- . j . man class at South Side, and Lionel also played the vicious villian in the operetta '4The Bells of Capestranof' Clifton Lor- 5 1 4 ing attended Howe Military Academy where he received the Z ranks of commissioner of R. O. T. C. Training Camp, Sergeant, and Company Guidion. Lucille Metcalf left a remarkable record E for South Side G. A. A. by being the first to win a G. A. A. letter 5 i is in her sophomore year. Lillian Henning, too, left an honorable record at South Side by appearing on the honor roll in her L freshman and sophomore years. y- When the new school opened in the fall of 1931, forty-three 1 juniors could be found in room six. After everyone had become l l acquainted, the class held their election of oflicers. Harold Bran- I strator was chosen president, John Gitter, vice-president, and l Pearl Troxel, secretary and treasurer. Miss Lois Smith, the ' health teacher, was chosen as their class advisor. l i This ambitious class, immediately after the election, decided v 9 to start securing funds for the Junior Prom to be held in the spring. Every noon one could see the class ohicers Cespecially j Pearlj selling candy. It soon became a profitable business, be- cause the class made one hundred and Efty dollars. Elmhurst High School certainly has great candy eaters! In the fall the first social function of the class was a Weiner bake held at the school. The juniors had a great time eating hot dogs and play- ing games. 1 J,.XY,.N I l .,,.f,, .' fx If " rg-Lg' I fi.. - x fzf 72241 : ' . -A . .Lg --if K . 'f?? , ,I -, -U to r e .JG - V . 7 . 'T' "' M' 'ffl' A - , if 1 f . f r' W.. I, -r '-W wr ' . '- " 1.: -' ':-ff.s?.m.,:: .1 -1 .-,I wg, , f 'li- . , x - - 1 v,.A'f ,f 1, V I i-.sf ' 'NW Gr' "Ma i-:ie , 'ur' .-,1 'f ...N " Z" ul .5 ,rub QT 1 4 A. .. S . "."f: ' ,, ,A ,., - 4-ff . I ' -.".. The big event of the social calandar of the juniors was the Junior Prom, given in honor of the graduating class of 1932 on April 23. The class decided that each member of their class and the graduating seniors could bring one guest. Evelyn Storm was chosen Prom Queen. The gym was exquisitely decorated in silver and blue, the class colors, with red and blue spot lights shining on the dancers. In the east end of the gym, there was a formal garden. Pretty girls dressed in pastel shades floated on the arms of handsome seniors. Bob Finkhousen's orchestra furnished the music for the evening. Hooray, the Prom was a huge success! When the fall of 1932 rolled around, the class of 1933 was situated in room twelve. Only twenty-six members of the old class. were present at the roll call. However, they had four new members: N amely, Duane Brown, La Valle Slater, Victor McCoy, and Jay Robertson. The senior class wisely chose Lionel Schwan as their president. Clifton Loring was voted vice-president while Dorothy Jane Snyder and Beth Rousseau were selected as secretary and treasurer respectively. This year Miss Letha Falls is the class advisor. Under the guidance of Lionel, the president, the first social event of the year was suc- cessfully maneuvered by giving a Hallowe'en Dance, "The Mardi Gras." Again the gym was beautifully decorated, this time in orange and black with the black paper cats peeping from corn shocks and autumn leaves strewn over the floor. There was an unusually large attendance at this dance. Two prizes was an ususually large attendance at this dance. Two prizes for the costuming were awarded. Kay Wurm and Naomi Gra- ham won the prizes for the most unique costumes. ' The next social event of this ambitious and energetic class was the Senior dance held on May 19. Bly! The time passes swiftly. We seniors will soon be out of high school, maybe looking for a job or planning further to extend our education. P . ,,?"i."' 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' That's a bunch of Elmhurst graduatesg the class of thirty-three. g ' That is "Brandy" in the lead there, Earl Tracey just behind. i A l And Leland "Doc" Stephan with the scientific mind. l p 2 Then next one is Roy Oyer a leader of the yells. 1 And his cousin, lliaurice Oyer, who hears but never tells. I I I N Ted Davis shoots a rifle and plays the violin, l And little Johnnie Gitter always wears a happy grin. y , - J ay Robertson is bashful but a star at basketball. 1 3 Standing by Ed Raney who is bashful not at all. I 4 Lionel Schwan, class president, with other honors won. 1 i Cliff Loring of the Rifle Club always out for fun. , Robert Gillie "Lanky Bob," has a record on the team. 3 U Q And Duane Brown, a pleasant chap, is held in high esteem. 1 V l Vic McCoy is quiet and liked by one and all 5 3 The team will miss him sorely in the game of basketball. The last boy is Phil Arick, that handsome lad with curls, i J y Popular with teachers and the idol of the girls. ' y 1 A Among those very pretty girls-Hfteen there are in all- I A Diligent, unassuming stands Dorethea Crall. A And Dorothy Jane Snyder with a way that's all her own 7 f A A member of the Glee Club that gives the place a tone. . U A Pearl Troxel, honor student, alert to duty's call Talented in music and practical withal. Next is Lucille Metcalf who excels in many ways i J E lllusician, athlete, crackshot, and adept in all school plays. U 1 Lillian "Honey" Henning sweet as the name implies f 5 Thorough and successful in everything she tries. p 3 Geraldine "Gerry" Walters the girl with the midnight hair Able in discussion and of honors has her share. 7 ,M fxrx I.-- kxrx ' Ya- JW' - A ' ' - p 5.5 , l f . I - I ..- 1 . . a . - . 1 G L - lt ". . . gn, f' 'v' are A' E "4 r D , , 1- x -Lv. M- 'W-w+ru',f. - - 21' 'f'ZS'3kR 5 - 'll' . 1 Av. v ,J K. . .Xu 3 ' .j. ,Ar " xy. - gf--.izwzv - ' W . " 'ff'-119 Vx. , ,. uf . V,-' 'f 1-N 'ww --.' we 1. . , 151 A-,V ,1 .l,. " -:ii rl Y .-5 1, ,,..,. 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Happy Twyla Poorman has a cheerful pleasant way Like a ray of sunshine on a dark and gloomy day. lVIary Lucile Wilson who hikes to school each day Leader of the tumbling class, member of the G. A. A. Josephine "Josie" Hoover always courteous and neat Secretary of the Commercial Club in knowledge quite replete. Last is Mildred Shropshire so quiet and demure Diligent in all things her success we may assure. "N ow Mister Native of the land what have you got to say About these happy boys and girls to help them on their way?" "Just this," the native then replied. 'Tve traveled far and wide. From Egypt to Alaska and in the Holy Land beside. I have met a lot of people as you can plainly see But I never saw a liner bunch than this class of '33. -Bill Graham. f1N F' S! 'l 'H' r I - I , I I I I I I -I i I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I I I I I I . ft 1 ., , I I L IN V- p :-...-. ..I..,.... for . '1 in -X .5 ... . "swf . I - J,-Q f I . I 3.. I 4 ,-.1 ff 1 .,. I , . 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L., Ii, Q- A I-i w F E av N J 1 pn . 3 fg' .4f1 fi 5 1 w - I 'w M iv --19' 'f' M 1 A 'l. J ' . 1+ If 1' 1 "f'H'-'n-2: -HNJQ-it H - .A ,.., . .-Ixuiji v , ft-4 A 5 , ,V L -v .. -P -': ir ,: . , I . 4 . , .A3, 'W K . X ' 1 I k ' Jaap:-I r " he 'c ,K 1, Af. wuxr ,J . ,4 J- M'-: X - ,,,. LOOK WHO'S HERE! R. O.-Radiant Outlaw. H. B.-Ham Bone. F. K.--Faithful Keepsake. G. S.--Great Success. B. R.-Bunch of Riches. J. G.--Just Goofy. R. G.-Rocky Goal. E. T.--Eternal Torment. C. L.-Clutching Lover. V. BI.-Valiant Man. E. S.-Everyone's Suspense. P. T.lPerfect Token. M. W.--lllaidenls Walk. T. D+-Toe Dancer. M. O.-Magnificent Order. T. L. P.--The Lover of Peaches. M. S.1Mama Spank! L. S.--Large Splash QDOCQ. J. R.-Just Right. J. H.iJust Heavenly. D. C.-Darling Child. G. VV.--Golden Wonde1'. L. M.-Loves Nlany. L. H.--Lover's Holiday. L. S.--Little Sister fLaVallej. P. A.--Popular Argument. L. S.-Ladies' Suspense CLionelj. E. R.-Ever Ready. D. B.--Dumb Bell. D. J. S.--Doggone! Just Sis. -K. SIGHTS ABOUT SCHOOL 1. The Press Room. 2. The Chemistry Lab. 3. The Rifle Range. 4. The Senior Home Room. 5. The Theatre. 6. The Inclines. 7. The Work Shop. 8. The Kitchen. 9. The Office Gate. . The "Blue Room." 'GT YTIQY' U ' D ' ' 1. ,, -.x - ...Iv wihval ' +iiiv'9Ww dsfilw ' f . Hg ,yM 1 -N.:-. Y X x ,4,,1 'nan 1: 1 1 1 4.42 . ,. .1 I-- ,f ., . ,. , :M gm, , . r' 'K VI, in Q , L AS' A0151 nn HI 1 lx' 49, ,f f X 4 g . , . ,I,g, , ,I .v v 7 1 'Q If 1 Q 'Q 11 ,Ay ,Q mf Q V A a. 1. K 9 ,if 4 ' , V A -,161 2'f ' .', . In X .., NJ if 4 1 . , Q. ' wiiALY ay' .".'?T".- li. . Q if I-Q. U-'pr TFZQQ -ilyarvfrf-f i .. -, f w .f 4- -. .,:- .'. ' ,, . .- 5,2-.J f., -.H . 1:3-.ry .L ' -- if as .- .',.1- -.9 1 gn, 4 '- 5 , . u .,,. w,.i,. . 'nf-,gi L, ' n-.. mr' 1. -i If .r,.., , --- . e J ! 1 k C N . S .1 L, fs ij .3 I F PERSONALITY TUNES BOE .2 1 , P. Arick .... .......... ' 'Laugh, Clown, Laugh" R Gillie ..... ........................ ' 'Smiles" ' F. Kelley .... ........................... ' 'AlWays" -j i G Snyder .... . . ."Good Bye, I'm Goin', Goin', Gone" , I B. Rousseau .... ...................... ' 'Baby Face" J. Gitter .... ......... ' Good-Little, Bad-Little You" i Ip' R Oyer .... ....... ' 'Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins" ii H' E. Tracey .... .......... ' 'I Can Get It For You VVholesale" L. Schwan ........ "Y our're Getting To Be A Habit With Me" H. Branstrator ............................. "Goin' Home" r I C. Loring .................. "High-Ways Are Happy Ways" 1 , P. Troxel ..... ..... ' 'I Want To Go Where You Go" Q A E. Storm. . . ......... "I'm Sure Of Everything But You" 4 i V. McCoy ......................... "VValtzing In A Dream" lVI. Wilson ...... "Hike, Hike, Hiking Down The High-Way" i I T. Davis ...... "Last Night You Belonged To Somebody Else, p But Tonight You Belong To lNIe" A I M. Oyer ..... ........... ' 'Somebody Stole My Gal" E J. Robertson ..... ............. ' 'Remembern f Q G. Walters. .. ........... "Mean To Me" f g D. Crall ..... ................ ' 'Sleepy Time Gal" j ' M. Shropshire .... .......... ' 'Sleepy Time Down South" 5 L. Slater ..... . . ."Let The Rest Of The VVorld Go By" i I' , L. Henning. . .... HCOIHC To Me, My Melancholy Baby" ' ' L. Metcalf. . . ............. "Come Easy, Go Easy Love" " i D. Brown ................................. "You're Blase-" H T. Poorman ...... "Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much" 6 5 D. Snyder .... ..................... ' 'I Ain't Got Nobodyn I' 1 L. Stephan.. ........................ "Goofus" 7 i J. Hoover .... . . ."VVhat Have We Got To Lose?" I y E. Raney .... ....... ' 'After The Ball Is Over" l - MA.- ca, F' . -122 ' w ill i Lfflfr' , . X-1 ff.-X M in+ . I, ,.- .,................ . 1,-... .,....-- .- - , . .1 ' , . ww , r , .. ..1 I , - ,, , z, -,- . if . ' G . f . .-n. . . iaiiwsa.-it if . V 'X 91 lrv t ' , A- C 1' Y -. U 1' '- I J .'. ,z J.: q. '. 1 I K . x . A 1 v 1 X i N. -2919? . , -- 4 2 .,,,. MV 'R .i . , 1-.. is-. ru- , , . - ' ' . 'nun -- y ' f l 1 if 5 -f .-...F I --, 5 ' 3 ,xp -V ,,vf E. ' f .FS-', k I. ,ftfqiffas F Q '1"w....-1-"'.1 4 1 , iff? ! ' " ff3"'ix' . 1 Q .. .--..- .---. -.,......,,..,. - 1' , -. . ... . , .,, lv. ip- . I ., . , ' . 5 1 'A P I , P Illllf-E. J , , X P V' I ff I I CLASS PROPHECY "This is station W. O. W. O. in Fort Wayne, I will now turn the mike over to Earl R. Tracey who will tell you all about the crowd here." "Ladies and gentlemen: I will now attempt to tell you about the sights and people about me. VVe have gathered here to dedicate the new Court House on this beautiful May day of nineteen hundred and fifty-three. It is a very fine steel and lime- stone structure. This is the very latest modernistic design, and is forty-five stories high. The jail is located on the top floor. As I look over the crowd, I see Sheriff Ted Davis who recently captured the notorious crook, Roy Oyer, who was the first jailed in the new jail. Sheriff Davis is a very daring and brave man. As I look at the crowd directly in front of me I see many famous people of Northern Indiana. Leland Stephan, the most renowned producer is here, and also Rev. Maurice Oyer of Hun- tertown, accompanied by his wife, former Miss Fay Kelley. She has a wonderful voice and helps him in his services as an evange- list. I also see Miss Lillian Henning, Editor of the Bluffton Times and Mr. Harold Branstrator, bartender at the VVaynedale Hotel, Mr. Clifton Loring, Seargeant in the U. S. Armyg and Ivliss Mary Lucille VVilson, the woman's swimming champion of America. Mr. Philip Arick is standing on my left with his Fox Movie Tone Camera taking a picture of the dedication, which will be shown in the news reel of the Arick Theatre in our well-known and distinguished city of Fort VVayne. Also on my left below me is Mrs. Philip Arick, formerly Evelyn Storm, escorted by the two head ushers of the Arick Theatre, Mr. Edgar Raney and Mr. Duane Brown in whom Mr. Arick has the utmost faith. -I If 1 I li o Q l Setting beside Mrs. Arick is the noted doctor, Miss LaValle Slater, from New York, and on her right sits Miss Dortha Crall, fl the greatest present day reformer, and on her left sits the famous , explorer of Central Africa, Mr. John Gitter. As my eyes travel I over the crowd I locate two women who have just come in late on account of their business, Miss Mildred Shropshire, operator of matrimonial agencies and Bliss Twlya Poorman, Sup't of Nurses at the Methodist Hospital. ' ' . .... H 1-4 I -:Lf ' ' ww. U: ' . ' 4 . , --. ... , .. .. ......... .............. J 'Elf' . :eli.Nd'::.. . i" ' .1 f 'L-as 'fhf ' . 1- r I . y 1 X!-K .-'rf rf 1-H,,-.lx , .- ,9,w- - 1' 1 - ' J' A W N r 1 .. .. .,,,'u X "4 .n 1 V , .-f. , ,,, ., ' .1 , , 1 r I . , 'L J, g " I 1 1 1 1 fl' 1 ' 1 1 1 3 ,N-if V -311' "JJ mx 1?"::e' ' " ,X -1-alAx,1 I . I ,. Nc ll xs"". 5 1 '-.s - 1 'win , . 1 3 f .Mx 4.1 A ' 1. V, QT' I X , 4 H 'lil ' lu I . J .. , . ' 17 ll Sa' 'Lf ' 1 ' .- !1,- 1 ,' ' x I f 11 - f 'asf L f.'l' . . . ' 'UVM fgffl-'syn ,aw . ,, '. 1 - I 1 ' tug, ' .wg " r 1 ' . f,"x :.'1.y.'V"11."'1,'!Q:l. g", 1, 2.1M -' . ,if . 4 .. , ., .m,j!2 'I 'l:g,.Mvi5,q4,,.g, N . 1' ,X."- ' :f V - -yr .,--A , ' ,lx '-' -jp' TVNRYEKYQ I f : ,. Y' ' I' ' "' ' -xi'i"f"' I -ig - 1, , L- . - iq., ','f'x, I " ' . ' '?J- , :' .-- - V ' - , -rf' A . ' r - r ' F .inj - l fi r V I . ..: V x 411665 X X I im, To my right I see Miss Dorothy Jane Snyder, matron of the Allen County Orphan home, who has been escorted by Jay Robertson, an undertaker located in New Haven. I see, stand- ing in the rear, Miss Geraldine Walters, a professional lawyer, who has the case of Roy Oyer at present. In the center I see Doctor R. Gillie from Seattle, Washington. At his right stands Mr. Lionel Schwan, Physical Director at Elmhurst. Poor George Nulf was given a pension. Beside Mr. Schwan stands Birs. Schwan, the former Pearl Troxel. Coming slowly toward I me is Victor McCoy, head of the new dog and cat hospital. I now look upon the famous personage of Miss Genevieve Snyder, famous Latin teacher of Elmhurst who has just arrived from a ' trip in Italyg and standing directly in front of her is Miss J ose- I phine Hoover, a missionary who has just arrived from Central America. Oh, and I must not forget the former Miss Rousseau, recently left a widow, is now coming through the crowd with her five little Brittenhams. ' And now, ladies and gentlemen, we have the greatest event of the day. Miss Lucille Metcalf who designed the architectural work of this famous building is ready to give you the dedication speech, but ladies and gentlemen, because of program affiliations we will not be able to broadcast her speech. I am more than grateful to see the entire class of 1933 of that well-known Elmhurst High School all present to view the elaborate piece of work one member of their class did. I now l turn you back to the studio. Good afternoon, ladies and gentle- men." I l 0 I fl f' I i lX"'-Q.. H , My , W ' ' xx -' R f in , ':'if-,H.- 1-.' QM' if , .,,. - I..--. , g rf l ' .,Qi:J,1.-'M ' V h .u , lr-' n . f, H5 . xv. :VA I 'A , 'U I . 'n ' x. V , Nffqvhl . , J . A u f , 'V Nl 'I' ' 54f'!:.1S-- -vw'-' 'J 1 fu ' . 'wi 1 ..,4lX'0.Q P I ' H , 4 1. wuz '1f'7 M . .1 -- . Q ff .,-:w"ww X" ' ' . . .E-4. 1... .9-1 . , I , ., .. .w,,.., -.lv gf QQIJSY 'fu 4 ,La ua . I H' 'ji'-.v I rifspfy un' k fi. , '. f A ' '. H a.-pf -fp, , mf: M -y .. .H-154. ,fsg..41 rygiifgdg V A. 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Q Venerable Harold Branstrator, lover of girls and other E things besides school, wills Bill Hargrave his yell-leading ability, 1 an English book, and one of Bob Gillie's old pencils. , G. Snyder bestows unto Tate Houser certain physical quali- l ties, same being slimness and powerful understanding. i John Gitter's giggle, spats and cave-man way with the 1 feminine sex are willed to Preston Hille. li Vic McCoy wishes to devise unto his fellow Trojan and I brother "VVimpy" one model T, on condition that all troubles If of aforementioned omnibus are taken with it. Bob is also to Q receive one ability as a basket-ball and tiddly-winks player. I A No longer having use for it, Ed Raney wishes to hereby and , without malice relinquish unto debonair Paul Kernmer one I It Chevie, flt only gets fifteen miles per gallon and has a loose gasketj and unto Mike T. one set of short curls, and one de- p ' clining modesty. Babe Rousseau and D. J. Snyder will their so-called cyclone hair cuts to Helen Engle. D. J. wills to Audrey Gebhart her ' ' disposition. For information see Bob T. Beth also wills her 3 ? ability to speak to the ufroshf' 1 U G. Walters bequeaths unto Ardis Y. one ability to be l studious. Her boy friend, however, is not to be willed away. ll Jay Robertson hereby wills his high position in the Smuts ', Castle to R. DeVilliers, fSkippyj the all around man at Elm- hurst. His ravishing smile and natural easy-goingness along with his ability as a true friend and good sport at all times are willed to Paul Baker, Ralph Snyder, and Quinine Groneau. Earl Tracey Wills his bashfulness and meekness to Bob . Carriger. ' J .- I- l -' Tix " 5 . A " ' . i'.?5?' jg f 1 ..g.. ,. , .l ,. .. ' , .-. ,. ' L-. ff mir- "1 ' x "J: 4i"'l-3' , 41 " fi? I b".' . - . , , -. '. f , 1 i - f .."',? , , . . w. ' --.' l ' ' ' .. ' :fb - Ag.,-.-N. N- rx.. , , R' 5551: " " , 1 "1 ' 4-L... .,-Q. -.4 lf: . 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Lou Metcalf bequeaths all the different flavors of gum under her desk to Vera H. hoping her remaining school days will be - gummy. g D. Brown bequeaths unto Sure Shot Ammy his note writ- 1 ing expertness. Russ Troxel is to be president of the senior class of '34, just to keep it in the family, says Lionel. Ted Davis signs over to Windy his chemistry book and sharpshooting ability. Roy O. Gives his "Wonders" to Ed Stuck. However, he will keep unto death the one-handed pivot shot of his. Pearl T. wills back to his father a certain Linoel S. She will, however, keep his bracelets. , Twyla Poorman wills her good humor to Gloria Kennerk. Phil Arick bequeaths one Austin and one mop of unruly hair to Perry QTonyj Kennerk. Maurice Oyer has a torso and a stride that only Louie Sorg with Dot Spice at the wheel can propel. Mary VVilson wills her "walkingitis" to "Tate" Houser. Evelyn Storm wills her large eyes and fair complexion to Elizabeth Kelley. L. Henning turns her Editor-in-chief duties over to Bob Arnold. Mid Shropshire wishes to bequeath her steadiness to Vivian Summers. La Valle Slater and D. Crall will their silentness to Vera H. and Audrey Gebhart. Bob Gillie wills his basketball ability to Bob Amstutz and his way with the girls to Byrd Grear. . We, the Senior Class, do hereby release all claims or in- fluences on our home room teacher, Miss Letha Falls, and wish E the Juniors good-luck. 1 Signed: Seniors of '433". " Tl " M., p ,,,,, ,, ,, . . 1' A -. 1 .p .-:-of Q. - 1 . . . - ' , , 4 X ai . ',m-- 114. ', , 4'-.'. . pq, .f,:.,.- '. .- . L ' ' ' . X . -A .,. . tw. JI I.:.,,f. .gy v ,L,. 1 . 1514 - . 5':f-lm-. . ...-14 ..s.L.Ai ..5.:.. is ..... ..--. .. r -ildryf www' 'fm if twrmi ,, fe r 'erY"1 ' .'., "' J 'iwf1'f2qfflmrde mf H Q. , , ' Lx- ,I -4, -- - - v .f 1, f-,f 'ff'-l'QlTN v uv: WJ, ,B ,g I . I . v . f f ,-',' .5 , .W pf. ,.., 1. flq. 3, - . .A fb, ,X . 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I fix vw 'Vw' Yr Af rg.. . in , U I .bv W - V, ,. In , , - . 1 L , ,lj V4 Nfaqh -5 sfi 4 . FA . I V. V, , H i :,.':jf,uf1w,, ' . , F4 , .1 ffl .v : 5413116 - G., . K' 1 I 1 fa.: . f V' fl f A1 ly 'T g. D lj F 'l ff l I A F 1 ll . ..ll . . '.-fx'-V . f -.11 ' ,---..... ..--.,-.-............'. 4, , V .Quai .3 V i I - ' " " X XL., JUNIOR CLASS R. Pond, H. Sieber, E. Romey, H. Schulze, H. YVil son, R. Troxel, A. Allen, R. Arnold, E. Noble, C. Struck R. Kennerk, H. Green, D. Daniels, P. Kennedy. E. Kelley, C. McCormick, J. Wolf, B. Conn, N. Graham V. Summers, S. McMaken, M. Gongaware, H. Engle. J. Strauss, L. Auman, V. Hoffman, A. Gebhart, T. Greider M. C. Hadley, J. Smith, L. Houser, L. Nyffeler, E. Kelley E. Robertson. E. McNamara, G. Seivers, M. Kemmer, A. Yentes, M Mason, V. Jackson, D. Akers, J. Brittenham, R. Snyder, O Griffith, E. Sporhase, E. Swank, E. Dennis, Miss Win1me1'. l-if'-"--- 4' , ' SCX fi, ,L , .1 .lv 1, l y J- . V- - .H U Q U Xa .. 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' .X-If ' iff' .Tw M ",' G, .I I - YI III: ,'. 1 -' 1f"' I L ..,, "Wir-'N I J. -.4 ,, . l, I , Y "x7'r'4-' -" X " 'Y -A - L Q .n,I V L-I4.1.'..f:,1I, , ,IJ fb. MN.. f ' I 'I x A . 13.1 .-j.-W ,.. I. ,. .. .. 1 ,-.. ,Q .4--, , vt. .. we. .., .,, a as "af LN' -. . f as.. 1 . M' 1' ?' t"1'1 flats ' .. M.- ..... . . , . K If R163 xxx I -X W-Tx, XXX. L" S1 i 'N r JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY ' It has been said that "History hits the high spotsgi' so all aboard the "Trojan Special," backtracking to 1931 and other points of "back when." The sophomore class of '34 began the journey in the fall of P 1931, their freshmen year over at various other high schools. I, They set off with Ralph Snyder as chief engineer, Eugene l Romey, his assistant engineer, Don Akers, accountant and I ticket-taker, Mr. Charles VV. Eickhoff, conductor, and Mr. Paul . VV. Haller, director of the road. The train's first stop was at a party in November, inaugu- l rating the future social activities of the class. The first dark and dangerous curve at "mid-semester finalsn dropped rapidly into oblivion. Then followed uneventful weeks as far as the sophomore class history was concerned. The first leave of I absence extended from May 20 to September, 1932. Y And perhaps here should be inserted, a la Ripley, some facts about a few of the outstanding passengers and the new- comers who were welcomed from time to time. Ten of the A passengers, five boys and five girls, have been prominent in rx the field of basketball. The boys are John Brittenham, Ralph ' Snyder, Victor Jackson, Milton Sorg, and Russell Troxel. The li girls include Dorothy Spice, Virginia Coleman, Lucille New- man, M31'g31'Ct Gongaware, and Vera Hoffman. Most certainly, those who play in the orchestra should also be given honorable f V mention. They are Esther Robertson, Martha Kemmer, Audrey r' : Gebhart, Eugene Romey, and Fred Goshorn. And, oh yes, the q 3 new passengers. Owen Allen came as a sophomore from VVells H L County. From East High School, Cleveland, Ohio, came Oletha I j 1 Griffith. During the junior year, six passengers were added to 5 the list, Dorothy Demler, of Jefferson High School, Delphus. A 1 , Ohio, Darrel Daniels, from Central, Perry Kinerk and Charles it - Stuck from Central Catholic, Bob Arnold from North Side, and , 5 Ivan VVall from South Side. j .,-. Q. , , .. ' B U . 'IF' 1' A ' Mrk'-l -Ay' V 1 I. ff. . 1 1 C 1 Riff? 'i 1 - . . ' 's"fi . ' ' P5ii'rMfF' x - - - swzf3w3gx: r -t . , Jkt! umilif 154.7 ft1L7N:3f74fU ' 'VA' ,iiiifl :-' 52"zln.li" Y-F f-ska '15"-X-sf"-iiqigp'-1-' ' '- va'-1-i'D'1f'?i 'zivptif' ,iiliii Aff: Q'tg,,,.. 1y.w - , ,fv, !f1v.W.'.'f A5115 Mif5'i1'. ' 1 'ff nw? . 1'-5,97 - " Nu if '."fr' TA fff' ' gift' ' ,rim-5z.1.lt35Yg' --vpqxgi'-m,1t'x i,"gH, 1 Q2 ,n- rw f1'f'4'.? , MK - ,gin.'1,E' ' :qu 'ifftv I --.in 9-5125 ug? ' FE' Jiri' ' , ,I V? .,",'ji-,'a!3Igi?aI'i'M'f., ' ..-'Jw-.4 - - x,i 1ei -W1 1,,g:4'f' 't'f53Vq'.cfr'f y,,i!', ,rf .' 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As a result, the new chief engineer was Johnney Brittenham, his assistant, Donald Akers, company accountant, Oletha Griffith, ticket-taker, Ralph Snyder, and class conductor, Miss Ruth VVimmer of Chemistry Lab. U. S. A. Profiting by the success of the class of '33, the candy business, managed by Oletha Grif- fith, was early established, and netted one hundred fifty-two dollars to be used for the peak of the social calandar, the annual Junior Prom. Toward the end of 1932 the class stopped off at the "First Social Function" one evening for a lively bunco party, followed by dancing. ln January the crossroads were passed. Then the class colors, pink and nile green, were selected, for the Prom loomed closer on the horizon. The Prom Queen? That honor was bestowed upon modest Martha Kemmer. On April 29, floating airily in a Garden of Eden, the juniors and their guests danced to Bob Shea's rhythm, among myriads of apple blossoms, that carried out the class colors, pink and green. The atmosphere breathed romance under a blue, lantern-lit sky. What a grand climax to two glorious years! What put it over? Cooperation. Blay it be the Elmhurst password always. As our train slows down and draws to a stop on l1Iay 19, we juniors say, "It's been a marvelous trip, dark at times, per- haps, but in our memory these experiences will remain ever bright." 14? - I ew 1 U . - Hx 1 X . . ' . , - -' fr-e f. ,I ., - . . .........- -...,-...... ..... ' fjli ' ,.--.z.-ez,f::.e.-::....-.-- gi kg :J ' .i,'..,.i ixyi. 1 F ' . 1 5 I F , N, 1 in V yu a. 4 it 1 f . - 21: .' ' -fra I m i? , u ,, Lf, 3' , -A '.. ,f my-If M - 5 -,aug r ix ry- 1 ' 5 155' 1, 5, ' , - ' .mmfnsv wlmh ' E .11 . f. wlniank' .4 r 7 Qs 'L' ff, .P '25 n... J gg aw ' s na. , T, .4 , L. Wl . L,.. pn. mf 4,5 , :uf - - ,r .- J ' f' " ' 1 1 I.LV ,X ,.,. I A ",.3 X ..- . .- 'vw 1. I vvrv. f f ,r.-- .- . ..A ,I , S ,A 'r 1 .- .' .A.,? 's.,,V I g' .G 4 x ,x ,, x, ,.,, 1 . .N I ,- X K - MLW?" 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Brinton, A Stoyanoff, L. Wedler, V. Kinnerk, H. Spice. P. Newhard, D. M. Keller, E. Fritzche, D. Millhouse, A Seidner, V. Gerke, M. Strahni, F. Einrick, H. Ditzenberger J. Van Buskirk, G. Prince, H. Gillie, A. Y ovan, M. Gilleffi H. Miller, G. Cox, B. Hargrave, B. McCoy, E. Springer. D. Beck, H. Sutorius, A. Starke, H. Owen, P. Reed, BI. N. Harper, B. Graft, H. Gould, P. Keinnier, M. Trott, D. Bowers, M. E. Welshime1', E. Porter, Miss Rhinehart, H. Kinnerk, S. Kern, K. Davis, A. Ormiston, W. Link. Q,-'Rf - .A megs A . . "Ig --.-nw---. Qxsm awwiff 1 " 'ag .-Q! i V -XJ:-ti f, V . . . n I ,. ' . 1 ' . " nf' " A 1: 'u .n JL: . A 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N Y- Nm, 4' ,,,.I.4 U A , .F 1' . 5 1 f K3 4'--ci' r vs F...- . aiu-' . ' " C- ki fi V 1 - X, I - :Xa -3 Y 0 - " 3 "' 'Z ' 'S 'iff' x ' 'i Q 1"f ---xx Q XX-. V. Y 'A J MJ , v., ,i E557 v. HISTORY OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS All Elmhurst High School is divided into four parts. All these, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen differ in language, customes, and laws. The Seniors, Juniors, and Soph- omores are divided from the Freshmen by the incline. Of all of these the Sophomores are the most industrious be- cause they are 76 in number and they inhabit Home Room 15, which is nearest the culture and refinement of the Seniors. The Sophomores excel all others in courage because they light in almost daily battles with the Freshmen. As Freshmen we enjoyed the unusual honor of knowing as much about Elmhurst as the upper classmen, because all of the faculty and the class rooms were as new to them as they were to us. Of all these Freshmen, three were selected to be officers for the year. By the work of these three, Mike Trott as president, Dorothea Monce as vice-president, and Bernice Graft as secre- tary-treasurer and by the able assistance and advice of Mr. Jef- frey, our class advisor, we enjoyed a very successful year. This year we were back as Sophomores with as much spirit as ever. The class began the second year of our high school career by electing the following officers: President, Paul Kem- mer, vice-president, Mike Trott, secretary, Howard Gould, and Berneice Graft as treasurer. The four officers then chose Miss Rinehart to serve as class advisor for the year. Almost every member of the class took an active interest in some of the various extra-curricular activities and on the whole the class made a great improvement over last year's excellent recordg however we are looking forward with even greater eagerness to our Junior year in Elmhurst High School. .Z-'xx-X 0'--was , M "V '- - ft:-ocaf I i E 1 L I I 1 1 i i I I 5 1 I I 5 I Q l . 5 L 1 I Y L v 1 I M- '-'--'Q'-1 ' Q, . r il X :al .,.. , '-,X ' lil. Qff 54' , , L, , ,JP , V M Q I . 1 If XJ X " X . . ' 1 1 x f x rf' ", ' ' -'. 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U I, 1 fi l J l. 5 fi 1. a I V l. 5 la L L 1 3 sl 4 J I FRESHMAN CLASS E 5 ie N. Bade, O. Enirick, D. McKinzie, F. Gronau, L. Reddin, ! R J. Keller, J. Greenwalt, G. Crowl, G. Houser, YV. Grepke, . i ii De Villiers, J. Jackson, D. Koons, V. Grim, G. Seip. l A. Adams, A. Koons, N. Yovan, A. Tilbury, V. Cassel, D. ,Q Gebllart, D. Buskirk, R. Buscher, C. Gorrell, R. Cully, J. ' Gilleff, H. Lunz, C. Lauer, J. Brown, N. Hyde, H. High, D. i Herberger, H. Walte1's. -' J. Frahm, E. Keiser, R. Seibold, G. VVolf, R. Swank, B. A. iw Coolidge, J. Miller, H. Oyer, R. Carriger, VV. Gould, C. Hook, ' i1 L. Lewton, E. Ruch, B. Beaman, H. Link, G. Hoover. i A. J. McCormick, R. Brittenhain, E. Yentes, H. Stute, A. l De Lancey, R. Ray, A. Hugenell, L. Arnett, M. A. Lehman, VV. i 5 Mitchell, W. Lamboley, R. Farrell, J. Knight, C. Engle, L. Schroyer, P. Hille, J. Canatsey, llir. Charles Jeffrey. KJ g g ,. J . ....'.,.- - - . . 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X vi U wl,f'.,u,.r- M V -: Tj ,.., qfpdtl 'say-1. mb- " , A .If -lv . fig gl-I V - A-H rf ,'f!'1'1'lAA-....,' Qnx! .-va- ' N' , . -M' 1' 'FW Aww .'14J42-.2141 ' -,-. V ET ., X .,V -X v' . x AMLIY: , . N ' , W... f ' ' - V . '- '. - ,. . ' , :Q I 4 . , ,ff . 'I 4.1m,4fr21 - 1 ' lk V bn . . dw V I .1 "fms 5 3' " I w I x 1 :bk 1 v m,,vj, figs ff 4 "A '-.'-- , gf-. v "w ,EW 'if A-A my v. A f ....,,.........- , v n u 1 E f, . L - l g , -tif: ,A W 5 li ,ff UW xxiixx-, lv U Z I S, f lwva-, I -l -S ll FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY When ninety-five young freshmen moved into the seats of rooms ten and six, it was a great day. It was the turning point in their lives, the time when they tried to change their baby ways and act like grown-ups. The "freshies" made as much noise as three swarms of bees on a hot summer day. They did not know what to do or where to go, so they ran up and down the halls and slid down the inclines. CThat is, the first day, they did these thingsj. When about half of the freshmen W61'6 seated in the room, the teacher came in. The other half of the students Qthey called themselves students alreadyj were looking for their rooms down in the boiler room, in the gym, up on the roof and among the frogs and fish of the biology laboratory. We thought the teachers were sour-faced and mean as our older brothers and sisters had said, but we found that they were kind and even considerate of some of our little whims. In a week's time, however, we found that they were not so nice. They start- ed giving us long assignments and making us write things called themes. Our first week was the hardest because the upper classmen were always directing us to the wrong classes. When we want- ed english, we got french or latin. When we wantsd algebra, we got chemistry or book-keeping. In spite of th strangeness of our surroundings there was one room we could always find. That was the detention room or "blue room" as it was termed by someone who must have noticed that we looked quite blue when we ente1'ed the far-famed "room sevenn. Not long after the beginning of school the freshmen elected their class officers. The boys chosen were: Walter Lamboley, president, Billy Mitchell, vice-president, and Bob Ferrall, sec- retary and treasurer. In October, the freshmen had a party with plenty of refresh- ments, even for hungry freshies. This social function was a huge success fat least no one complained of the stomach ache or said that it was not a successj' During the succeeding months new things were learned, and some old ideas were found to be incorrect and our conceptions of even every day matters had to be altered. vvfxf- x 1 l i I v ' I RIX A , Llfpf .4 I. -fu QL ., y TJ-- X' .'1 Kg5L::: -'Sly - ,' - K'-.,-fiijfq If ' A .f e -f ffm . If . he 2 . - fra f' -.. ,vvr',,, ., rp., .. ',.1',,. ' ', Lf-Lp. r .' 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It is composed of a lot of letters x, y, z, 111, n, and others from which we are expected to make something. We thought that gym would be a lot of fun, but we found out that it was a lot of running and hard exercise. Biology is a subject that changed our views of life. We found that fish, frogs, plants and animals were other things with long, funny sounding names. In freshman English some of the dumb freshmen thought that "Lady of the Lake" was the study of a bathing beauty. There is one thing in which the freshmen can beat the up- perclassmen. That is basketball. In the class basketball tourna- ment several teams fron1 the freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior classes competed. In the final game a freshman team, the Basketeers, defeated the Senior Wonders by a large margin. In addition to being inter-class champs the freshmen have three boys on the second team squad. There are also several fresh- men on the squad that is o11t for spring basketball practice. Some of these freshmen have plenty of ability and in a year or so will surely be on the varsity. The class of '36 has not limited itself solely to athletics, how- ever, for freshmen boys and girls are taking active parts in the clubs at Elmhurst and are also working on the Advance staff as reporters, room agents and ad solicitors. It takes only a glance at the honor roll to show that the rhinies are quite capable of maintaining a high scholastic everage in addition to being active in extra-curricular functions. All in all the class of '36 feels certain that it is able and determined to give a good account of itself during its three future years at Elmhurst. -,fir Xl' li V I iifmeferfe 1. -,- , A ,nw -------.-- -1, '- ' "i" 1 " ,ff 1 W E e K " . 'W . I g . . . W e 2 ' 1 n 1 , 1 mtl' W" .. ft' 1 2 ' ' ' NI' 'P LP' q 1 .-w-.--1-f , 5 . 1 f 31fJPi'ffJ iviwbfk ,J vs 7, rf' , , ' v I 9. rx., ' B7 f lu 'J X- 'f f , fr? fxzwvr' fgifjig' , . 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" - 11 ,H 1.52,-1 P' i' 14 av. .-:Lv N .A V pn'Q.'Q .Tw .r,.':g3y,,, ,fw- frl .,g,:.-. u..g ppt, -,,Y M., . lf 1. f?f'4?'sf m - ,M s hr V 4 5 Q. ,X X1 L ' Q . gw 5, V Q , S., 1 -4 ,S-':9?1J,?A ' r 93 L' Q ,w Q y v ,I . +3?ff1-M' ' CA L .nf ' ,dw Y, --. ra 4 ' X Lon, .- f -. n 1 91593- yzjz, ,. 1-.','Va ' f?.'ZH, ,,..,,, -4 ,mfs--yy, '+L-ai?-34,1 g X ,...i.k ,W .7 ,J-,IQ ' , fyf' .5l. g I .1 ' . .. . , A V ,1 ,. . 5 V.. ,J . 1' 1 . v ..- .1 -'Pt -V , iii?-i24ii':.1i.: i l , if gf ct., .'l,..L E ug X A,-it 'ff 3ixXv1 " 'U' 'Y' "1 i Q Q 11 2 1 n WHY IS THE SUEDHOF F 8: BUTLER STGRE A BUSY PLACE ? There is nothing mysterious about it-it has the lowest operating overhead of any store in the state. -There is no middle-1nan's profit. -It is a friendly store. -Selections are large. -Salesmen make you feel at home. -YOU save at least S5 to S15 on every garment purchased. '81 Suits are priced at 515, 520 and 525-and in the Economy Basement you'I1 find super-values at S10 ' that will amaze you. To Au Elmhurst Graduates sl Our sincerest Wishes for success and happiness-money fl does not bring happiness or contentment-YOU must l I End enjoyment in your work otherwise life is a failure. p r Men'sWear E g - sus aorrtn mn 4 won camqunyr s Ig f JUST A FEW DooRs SOUTH OF WASHINGTON STREET x' 'ff' " 1, - -nr H e t.-if PM-drawer' ., VY Y--ZX .il 'LX l :JL Ns'-' rixfftif +55 f bl --. - -N - -- x + ' "" ' 'gg' ' " ' , . X , , AA-, -- .. - ' yy' '31, qi -K s 7' pt y y . ml ,' s.- .lv 1, . we 1 . ,, , 'mf uf .-A '54 1 r '-Q, . P: 12+ ,. P 4 ,. V , W -1 ..- .1 -yy .-,T ,- Qfrgl-fry, A g K..-. fv x- ,L - ,,r. ,f - 0 a.'h.fy rr "J , " "Q"5."'. ' ,Nl-ev 1 -V. , ' 1,41 x , 1 l. " -4545.1 , .14 4 -Q. A 1 y H' -.- ,Q J W of-A Y. 4 x,b. ,I Xu: 1, M ,uv 7,1 .2-. ,' V4 w -e. , ny. " 4 . 'z f. .,v Au! 1 X .,L V 4. ,M 1 1 "1 1, P4 Y -' Wiz. ..1,x, QT!! ,WT -mi W fx- .. -- .- '-fl-n.,I-N J, V, ' U ,-111 DNN, gr' -Ha, ' X . , , .y.-L. ..,n.,. -.4.,,,.4NV-W 4 'L 6 4 -1 -.J ,Y , 'nga' raaf A il A . Q1 -ff'-'gxriiiqlg I' V RvR, ...J L.., I - I 11 1 1 n ! 1 , J' nw my L. A ,bv L M ',, Q, 1,6 1 I' 4. n ' H , . I 1 x. . . ... ii. ,. . L - f 1 1 -3. -: . ...... x . xl L 1 X 4 x N ' 1 f- ' .J X I l w 1 I I j 1 1 F 1 fi - 4 1 Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I . 1 1 5 1 F Q 1 1 1 1 3 1 11 ' i E 4 li: ' 53 I AAI Q f' 7 11 I U f 1 , 1 BOY'S VARSITY BASKETBALL 1 l l, 1 ' Back Row: G. Nulf, R. Snyder, B. McCoy, B. Grear, ' 1 - M. Trott. Qu Second Row: J. Brittenham, M. Sorg, P. Kemmer, E. A Springer R. Gillie. 1 V Jackson --1 '-vi Front Row: V. McCoy, R. Troxel, H. Spice, J. Robertson, H Q- 7 Y 1 "-M" fix ' 11, I ' - .ff ff' I X ' X ! 1 I i 1 T A 1 ll H1 Q1 1 I N 11 I. 1 ll 11 4 lil 'll U1 J -N H Bl '41 1 51 I1 E 1 G 1 1 , A Y y X.. r-X ,-- x.f 1 . , --L -- - . -V - - - --.. ----- -., -. -- , .-1 . - . . . . I I . -1 - . -- . b ' f . 2 . ,. - ' 1, Q' . ' . bil -F. Y .-' 1: - . ' ' 1 , ' mu.. mf ff-'ur H , ' 1 , . - . " ' ll .., ANUBRUM DEDICATION Sagacious parents, thoughtful and willing, Working from day to day through the years To bring their ideals to victoryg The strenuous work of unceasiug tutors For the wonderful dream of successg To this tireless community, faculty and friends Who've made possible our education, We now give to them in dedication The Anlibrum. 1: W 4. -. . v 'DW N ,., .gllmn ya I ,..g,. A, Hz, .I ,1 Q1 , x ,ff iv, 4' ' Lv.,-,qi-'1., x ,,, ..-I X 1 '. ,1. ,. 11, M.. v 51 .., n. 1 Q, E- wl- v 13 i 'f if J' v' 'I If 'll 1 1 , f Q! F, J 'M 1 will A v 1 '33, x ?. 1,,. ,' ll , .U vm, Lrg. ,Ml ..-,5 'M 5 Lf, . 559' ,A , I, N, . . ,A -Q. ,H I. , l I 'fi xl, 4, 1,4 V3GT:,- 1 nf- ..,:v,,' . ip e 9 '17-e '- .Jw -. af' 7'-xtrn fi' ' l xi ' K 1 ..1.1 N , A, ' L I r 1 5 - ' ' - , l -- Q - . . . 'X alicia. .X I' ff! 1 -H' ,Xxx , r--V ma 46 .J +1 VARSITY BASKETBALL J The Elmhurst Trojans basketball season started out very i unsuccessfully although much improvement was shown later in i the season. Nearly all the Elmhurst's defeats were by close mar- V gins. The total points of our players for the year are 359 as f against 422 of the opponents. ' The first game of the season was lost to Roanoke 10-8. In ' a hard fought battle against the Alumni the Trojans met their 4 second defeat, 241-23. The next four defeats were Woodburn 16, Elmhurst 83 Arcola 25, Elmhurst 18, Petroleum 25, Elmhurst l ' 13, and Monroeville 27, Elmhurst 25. I, Elmhurst won their first victory against New Haven 21-19. 1 This game was a real battle as it required three overtime periods 5 to win. The following night the boys traveled to Markle only to i be met by defeat, 29-19. The next game was played on the Hoagland floor and our boys were defeated by a score of 29-18. ' VVhen Decatur Catholic came here the following night the Tro- 1 jans won, 14-11. Harlan came to our gym only to be beaten, 12-10 The boys scored their fourth win of the season by defeat- ing Concordia Academy, 17-16. However, a week later our boys received a drubbing from the Central Catholic quintet, 34-15. 5 When the Markle boys journeyed here they were defeated l 21-15. The Trojans were beaten by Harlan on the Blue Devils 'l court by a score of 21-12. Concordia Academy evened things A for the season by defeating the Nulfmen in an overtime period at the Cadets court by a one point margin, 19-18. i Two days later Elmhurst lost a one point victory to Hoag- land, 19-18. Elmhurst won a one point victory from the Vifood- I burn five at the warriors court, 20-19. The Arcola quintet won ' from the Trojans at the home court, 21-20. The final game for 1 the Trojan netters was lost to the Central B quintet, 33-30. l In the county tournament the Trojan quintet was beaten by the Harlan Blue Devils, 25-10. Allen was the high scorer for g this game. l Elmhurst played the Decatur Yellow Jackets in the sec- y tional tourney. Although the Trojans played good basketball 1 l they were defeated 23-15. l Elmhurst won only six of their twenty games this season, I 3 but hope to have a more successful season next year. 1 --L f A wg Of-C-nfs. . fl. N D ' GX?-fi!" K 2.3-gr ' 'jj y,31+:f' , CHI -AA f ' xxfq x - fT"g:7 ---9 'g---.3 -Q l-.X ' . , - ' , wr - 1 .,. ' - - . Qhrfifaffizl f f + -' gba- - W ,, .7 . yu., gf Q?4t5"93.V4 V1 'W ' , 94 f"jA,4 .w - H.. . fret?" f 1 . A ' A 'iv AV?" .lf-'n':."!'5"je4z1?!i14H x ,.'V', ,mam ., .w-,:'J'-' g - -' 17 .nw w. ., , ' 1 . A -J . I ,,. ' 1 ' ' ' 4 Q , N Ji: ..!?.,,,f who 'far 4, Jfql' 3 . JL 'vu rf ' wi . c1i ,4f sfi5' xyuvl kwf L, 1-.ai ..f..., .fe 11. + 9. f 'ffiifwf 1 r 4 Q ,, M. .4 'w'.+'.' Il t- ' ' .3 - '1 .1 .1 W ft ' 5015"-1-ff . e . A 1. 1. .- f, ..,, 9, ' '.f. Q ' l , . .-.. w V ' ' V . -. A , --'-Z' ' '43 I 7 ' ' - ff ,N..'v, f l I fe I 'L' K l . . .,-. , . ..,-.--- .----.,.-., -.--. ., U, ,f 'gram' gg ' Q2 NIKE.-EFL l I f iw I SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL p The Trojans second team had a very successful basketball season, losing only 4 out of 17 games. Elmhurst seconds scored their first win from Roanoke, 24-32. The Woodburn seconds l received a real drubbing from our boys. The final count was 32-6. The third reserve victory was scored when Arcola was ' beaten 9-5. The second squad resolved to take their defeats and get them over with. The scores of the next four games were: f Q Petroleum 19, Elmhurst 10, ltlonroeville 18, Elmhurst 13, New Haven 20, Elmhurst 17, Markle 18, Elmhurst 17. The second quintet came back into the victory column by winning the remaining games of the season. The scores of tl1e ' , games are: Decatur Catholic 14, Elmhurst 19, Harlan 8, Elm- hurs 28, Concordia Academy 12, Elmhurst 253 Central Catholic H 26, Elmhurst 32g Harlan 14, Elmhurst 20g Concordia Academy I 14, Elmhurst 23, VVoodburn 8, Elmhurst 25g Arcola 2, Elmhurst fi 15, Central B 18, Elmhurst 36. f The total points made by our boys was 376, and their op- ponents scored 237. Sorg, Baker, Snyder, Lauer, Reddin, Trott, and Gronau were the outstanding players on the second squad ' 1 who played in nearly every game. fl 'Q fl 1 - I 4, n J fvx V- 1. ,-,. . ,u 1 .11 " : . , . s,.., FH rx ? . ' '. ,f -s'1Q-1,3 ,,1. if W -s cf "ni ' lf. A-- .v.. .. 4 'val -' V l.'..,,!f+Q'- 1, .',h,-' 1 . g 4,5-v . - ' . :HK-51' :rn..zfe...: .'?'xfS1a.ltz2'SniWZ?iiL.ff"-4 ,xi .-- - . 1. ,. .C - I 1 . -. 4, . X H 1' ' ya" ' A , L ,--1.v. - W. , g . v, v 1 5 v . " r rw- ' S., .V ' f df n ,-iv f 1 -1 A 'f . .,f1. . u.e.M Q41 v.,. fr f f I f Q ...Ly I ' I 'SI I ' .NIL R' :I-' - I I I ' ' '- 1' --Q o 0 r K. o I I I XX II 1: 0 I 0 - L Q I fI I II II II II I II II F I-I "-I I I I I I I I GIRL S VARSITY BASKETBALL M1 Nulf J Van Buskuk J Stlauss M Mason L Neu man H Dltzenbergel D Splce B A Coohdge G Prmce T Slmmons Mlss Cress M Gongaware V Hoffman N Yow an I "'s'7 M I . .I L------I ' I II, A "L,- f ' I I Aj-I ' ff--.I ' ,I W, 4 I XI F ' .N -I , Um ,A , , X, I AX J '- xx' 1 I " Q V Y F I an ra . -? ,T -- LV.- X xvg I I I I I I I , .2 2',..,,,,.' x "I , p f .n. , .03 ' r- KT. ,aw- ' 0 yr" F, I 1' "xv A v ,H .Y x ,- 6, 5 f hx. xv U J .. ,a HL. ,A 4 '3 1 u 7 f 'x .'. A? f uf V9 L:'4, , xx X ,, - x .,"..,.1, --,Q . I Eg , 4 M i -. "S 1 . . . Ami 'fi .a , if f' ' 1 . 1 . f?7,'f3"-- Q fi 1 f A 1- - r ' Q New -: - - 1 . 1 'W ,f 1 'LJ ,-- I Hi J NN in A 'ml ' . l .F 1 yt 1 i I 'N 'I . V il GIRL'S VARSITY BASKETBALL N The Elmhurst girl's varsity basketball squad, with Mr. il George Nulf as coach, has lost five of its seven games played this season. Of the other two one was tied and the other won. ' The first game of the season with Woodburn was lost on our I 'I own court by a margin of eleven points. The return game later i I' in the season was dropped by a single field goal, shot during the li last minute of play. Arcola was the next team played by the Elmhurst girls and J here again the opposition proved a little too strong and our girls ' f lost 18-241. After this, Elmhurst lost two games to Hoagland, I , 1 one by seven points and the home game by only three points. A " , The best success of the year was experienced against Harlan. 4 On the home court the girls won 13-9 and at Harlan played a tie A game of 17-17. All the girls have played well and showed much improve- ment. The forwards who deserve special credit for their work i i are: Dorothy Spice, Jane Strauss, and Margaret Gongaware. Lucille Metcalf, who is a senior, Georgia Prince, a sophomore, V i A and Betty Ann Coolidge, a freshman, were outstanding guards. ,1 Vera Hoffman for her speed and fight, excelled on the center y J 3 court. it U The basketball squad consisted of one senior, six juniors, H 4 five sophomores and two freshman. Lucille Metcalf, a senior will ', il be lost through graduation. Simmons was compelled to leave N fl 5 school because of poor health. The old veterans who will re- j i turn next year are: Dorothy Spice, Margaret Gongaware, Jane fl , i Strauss, Jeanette Van Buskirk, Hilda Ditzenberger, Vera Hoff- Q ' man, Georgia Prince, Betty Ann Coolidge, Lucille Neumann, 1 l Evelyn Beinke, Mildred Mason, and Audrey Gebhart. A The opponets total score was 119 against Elmhurst's 941. w i 1 X h ' " f-pw F' A f if ,fi ' 1 nl W A S f x? -Y ' , FJ 4. . ,t.... -...- . . . . . ..... . .i"ff1 ' . . . f e- . - f- A . 5 .cz V 4 4 1 1 y 4 . r VN fl , 1 ' fp ff' , x,' 1 . ,- .-u ,l 14 1 T! K J 27 -N, ff , ff "1- ,...a x M .. 1. . 1 ,J , 1-7 4 N 1 u I, , Wmx , . .fn in 'L- -.. 'L'4':1ix r- 1-' . .,,I,:!4a' 'J-EET, f ff .'i:' P-se,.5' ',. ,i, I., .9, 'ff -I H ,W nl ' -14. , 2 ,,..,1 3 A . 4 . 1 , I ,, 1,- " I r .1 -Q. , r l f .'1 1- .lv '-rgg,-ggg up 1, 5 r ff BFE D1 :rf a--1-2:1 1 . , ' ' 1' - X -z, z 27" 12 5 H ' '- 'f ' , ,fv 'X 1.5 WZ Q V X, ,Z 1 -,Xi .sir QQ--1' . 5" .X I VV' xv .957 i- i':5q"'wXa':?"7'25?' 53' ' ' A .. ' -- ' 7 Q .A z X .' ' .K . .i.,- X .. . .. , . . i- X N 4 -. . ....-.. 5 . X . ,L , . - L - p . N - - -. .- I 5 dz ' i T. 1 i I 1 I 1 X X l X X l X X X X Y A E LX' E l X ! ll G. A. A. G. Kennerk, F. Kelley, S. Miller, D. Monce, M. N. Harper J A. Seidner, H. Sutorious, BI. J. De Villiers, E. Fritzclle, E X Beinicke, M. Mason, R. Busller, G. Prince, R. Swank, M X Larimore, V. Gerke, D. Buskirk, V. Leslie, A. Starke. X , J. Strauss, L. Auman, V. Hoffman, P. Reed, F. Exnrick, B A A.Coolidge, M. Braeuer, H. Ditzenberger, H. Owen, H. Gillie X M. Gilleff, A. Yovan, D. Beck, N. Yovan. H. Engle, M. Wilsoii, A. Gebhart, L. Neuman, D. J Snyder, L. Metcalf, D. Spice, L. Henning, Miss Cress, M Strahm, V. Coleman, M. Gongaware, E. Porter, M. E. VVel- shimer, E. Yentes. f X I X It--1?'3l?"L., L 0.-.,,-.. ' -'li fl '- - 'xfac '---X ' I X ,XXX '-1- Rv, . X Jay 2 ..'- -.r I . A-AQ' ,. ff . , 'X x fl! i V ir X 1 V M-.1 I A e . . ,wus ij ml., f'l9Trg-ft: "' xl fx' ,Q v .V 'ivy Q . ,L ,r . L .V 4- J., yn- M ,I-lr' . WHT- -Gfm, ,J'bv'7 '- "':".'-'X X. vh- . - fi , 'IA L J. KI 7 1 th..- H . a.- I - '..2",.. 4, ,. r 'ff 'p ,-A Q .A ,341 , ' , -.N-L: A ' 1 'FJ ur? Y xqlgl, . ,Y eww, ' Viv 3 X -. 1 as ,' Y-15 'fj..'11" Q --V ,D P' 5-- .hz Q vw ' A' . 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The oflicers of this club are: President, Dorothy Spiceg vice-president, Lucille Metcalf 3 sec- 1'etary, Lillian Henningg manager of sports, Margaret Gonga- ware, sophomore representative, Georgia Prince, and freshman representative, Betty Ann Coolidge. The initial fall sport was speedball. Only a few games were played because of unfavorable weather. Volleyball was the first indoor sport to make its entrance. The J unior-Senior team was steered through a successful season by their captain Jane Strauss. As usual, the most popular indoor sport was basketball. This was evident in the large turnout of girls, for there were enough to form six games. A class tourney was held. Team four won tl1e tournament. The members of the team were: Gloria Kennerk, captain, Alma Starke, Margaret Straum, Agnes Seidner, Elinore Fritzsche and Vera Gerke. Baseball came immediately after basketball. Class teams were formed for an interclass tournament. There were such home runners as Dorothy Spice, Lucille Neuman, and Jane Strauss. As soon as "Mr. WlHtC1',, left the girls took up track. Dashes, broadjumps, high-jumps, and relays were the main events. The most outstanding girls of the track meet were Dorothy Spice, Lucille Neuman, Vera Gerke, and Lucille Met- calf. Tumbling has become a favorite activity among the girls. The girls are divided into four classes, under the leadership of lllargaret Gonaware, Mary Lucille Wilson, Phyliss Reed, Agnes Seidner, Vera Hoffman, Lucille Neuman, Virginia Coleman, Ruth Brittenham, and Lucille Metcalf. There are six letter girls in the G. A. A. Virginia Britten- ham and Evelyn Parkison '32 graduates and Lucille Metcalf, the only underclassman, received their letters last year. Lillian Hen- ning, Dorothy Jane Snyder, seniors, and Dorothy Spice, junior, received their letters this year. "Gingham Gallop" the annual G. A. A. dance was given April 8. Dorothy Spice was general chairman. Her assisting committees were Lucille Metcalf, decoration: Audrey Gebhart, orchestrag Dorothy Jane Snyder, publicityg Margaret Gongaware, ticketg Betty Ann Collidge, poster, and Fay Kelley, program. An outdoor atmosphere was maintained throughout the decorations. Around the walls were paper dolls dressed in gingham dresses, and overalls. A large card- board "Gingham Dog" and "Calico Cat" was above the orchestra. Large puppet dolls hung from the ceiling representing golf and tennis players. The emblem G. A. A. was the feature of the lighting system. Q lg . I vs- .--.... 5 f ' 41:11, .5 s i . . J x.-eh.-, . X . f . N 'WP L .. , L- .. . , M, ,, L--. ......,. ' -l- ' ea 'W 1 ,, , .. - .- -.H .1 . wwf VPETT .' fi Q-if r ' uv' 'bitt' . r. ' ,Wir f", hi, ' ,W , Z T 'f n, M 1 1 ' 1 4 I 1, If ,,.. , . ww 4fn::"Y-Y' ,Jw , .EW '-'li' , W " xy'- ,LM UjWf,, fn V .gba m QF , , , 11. -un iv ,. 6 j f- 1 H f' fi 1 1 'J TN" 1, . 1, ct.. 1' ., J", 'q - , 133 . CHL IL. '::""gTt"4'.1,'T'ipg. 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Q XX 1 ,k I . 5, vi: , ge . . " l I .. 4 V YI -V. A W- gl-, 13 Ljrgl I ,fi-, 'J , CZ 4,1 L . ,...... n w r A I f r I n 1 n L 4l'4 h"'aff"-- 'L- L"'l l I l 1 1 w I I 1 i l 1 , J I , J- ANLIBRUM STAFF ' R. Oyer, E. Tracey, P. Arick, M. Oyer, Mr. Meyers, L. 3 Schwan. i L. Metcalf, L. Henning, F. Kelley, E. Storm. M. Wilson, D. J. Snyder, B. Rousseau, P. Torxel, Miss 'l Falls. L-Me W- a if f - f'W"'e' N w e -, , ii r h- - r 0 A- -Xi'-xi ' 'A ,. A i - ' -Y '-p Y: Milf, V1 .ef ka wx - ," I 1211- ' vr EEF! Ca. T" 5 :HQ .v:.f." 2111. ' 1 Hf U. 'J l. -fl' Q. T., Q, , Jr ., .. I 1 ' v X at ' 4 it I bil ,1- W A 11, N? Q . 2 ': 1 ' gy Q-, . I Ai viz' 91 if -, L Jw ff, Uv S , ,v Y. , .. , . . . K 5 I I. w ,I ,1. 1 4 . 'A A . ,, ,,,, , ,.f, Qi all , it L . , 1 . 5,-'X I" -sg, 1. . . . . ,, ' f ' ' f f QE -U...-..-viii- , . f , 'H , , , ,, I F M fx 'f L P Q ll ,,' , xp ' ,V N'-gi , rf, X,-ri , , , , ,, 5 lj X wit V--J i 1 4 ' , Q. .x A Z , ,X .li .1 li . J , I M- ', 1 1 w, P ,,, 1 11 ANLIBRUM p M The senior class of 1933, assisted by Mr. Myers and Miss 1, E 1 Falls, delight in the privilege of being able to publish the Hrst ii yi year book at Elmhurst. The name Anlibrum, chosen from a V ,J . 1 list of many other names suggested, comes from the Latin Words annus, meaning year and liber, meaning book. in The Intercollegiate Press has furnished all the material for y U 1' this book. Mr. McCoy of the Waynedale Press has done the t lg it printing, and Fort Wayne Engraving Co. and the Jefferson w ,Z L' Studio have completed the pictures. g lilembers of the Anlibrum staff are: Editorial staff, editor- Q ' in-chief, Pearl Troxelg art editor, Evelyn Storm, assistant art l fi QI ., 1. gf dey r eq xg, Q, g Lg figs, ,'f1,-' if ' Q M lil' 'uk' 'X -An Q'-iv I -. , lx r l editor, Lillian Henning, sports editor, Lucille Metcalf 3 literary l E , editors, Beth Rousseau and Dorothy Jane Snyderg activity y L editor, Fay Kelley, class editor, Mary Wilson. X ii Business staff: Manager, Lionel Schwang circulation man- - i ager, Roy Oyerg advertising manager, Maurice Oyerg ad solici- i l in tors, Earl Tracey and Philip Arick. c 1 i Q 1, i li it I i y lol nf ,J 7 l L, 3. pg-,QWL Y j V- -" Y "'- Q , - Q"' j 'jg X 2, , XI! ,f T ' jc'-7 "rj," 93 ' ' ' LJ' "A 4 3 1 ' 1 4 ' f. ,ny-. A ,JN pw r . ' . N - H , z . ,,- .5 In.- v.' N . Q .TA ' '.'.:,. .. .Q Jai In 5-'r 'J i " 4 .31 -of? .4 Q 1 1 .-.1 4. I, ' ?'l'. L '-' "M, C ,A--,3-w-,:,- ., , A :.g.ff- 1 ff . -i 1 if 3 ' .,, . ........,..-. Q. 4-....... L 4 V . 1 K. I I , r I 5 i. 3 l ? I 3 i I 1 L l I I, lj fl I i fi 11 l !I 'I I 5 A I . 1.1 ui 'T 'J fl fl P o 1 I t i 91. V., A .. 1 441 7. 'fl 4' 7-Q . 1. L ' A e' s -...fig-"1tf1f'f.? ll- n "- - r .,.x 5-I if .x'5'. W . i , , , 1 ' 1,14 i, 'ls T... . AT' Q, S LA fa, i imxri L., - .-.0 I T , . ADVANCE STAFF O. Emrick, G. Seip, R. Oyer, R. Carriger, M. Oyer, E. Noble, J. Gitter, VV. Conn, R. Pond, R. Crick, R. Wilson, Richard Carriger, P. Hille. Mr. Jeffrey, D. Monce, M. N. Harper, D. Spice, L. Slater, N. Graham, E. Fritzche, A. Stoyanoff, J. Smith, S. McMaken, T . Poorman, E. Storm, G. W3ltE1'S, B. Rousseau, Mr. Myers. J. Strauss, L. Auman, V. Hoffman, V. Summers, L. Houser L. Neuman, M. Mason, A. Starke, L. Nyieler, L. llletcalf, G . Snyder, F. Kelley. R. Ray, E. Kelley, E. Robertson, J. Hoover, P. Troxel, D. J. Snyder, L. Henning, R. Arnold, L. Stephan, V. Coleman, M. Gongaware, O. Griffith , E. Porter, BI. Welshin1e1', R. Brittenham. X-X,--f., ,, NL,-4, , W x f A y -ze ' , Lf x ,545-V' "1-" Q. X, , ,my i , - A -ffm . 3- .T ' ,, -,"' ' ,XfGl , 1 L f'-2 1-fif . - .-.-..........,,-.-Q . -.,.. . . 0,1 - e. ' .5-5 I, . l ,ii-Ii, . A ' Eizffifli-+4 iii. A wwxrd A,-.- nh., ' 'f V' ,yr F., . .,-1.1-' 1-rns'1',-1:29 h A , , . .. V P .I I . I - - . , --L Q v---. 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" -' ' ' ".' if .. , - --af, -- rv ,fp - - , : ' ' ' Rlfifii J Xiu-.- THE ADVANCE Through the cooperation of all the inembers of the Advance staff and with the aid of the faculty advisors, Mr. Myers and lNIr. J effrey, a very interesting paper has been presented to the students of Elmhurst. This year the Advance became a member of the Indiana High School Press Association. Although the Work requires much time and effort, the staff receives consider- able worthwhile experience and enjoyment from it. The members of the Advance staff are: Editorial Staff, Editor-in-chief, Lillian Henning '33, Assistant Editor, Robert Arnold '34, News Editor, Dorothy Jane Snyder '33, Chief Copy Reader, Pearl Troxel '33, Copy Readers, Lucille Auinan '34, Fay Kelley '33, Exchange Editor, Esther Robertson '34, Feature Editors, Oletha Griffith, '34, lllary Elizabeth Wels- himer '35, Society Editor, Josephine Hoover '33, Sports Editor -Boys, Robert Pond '34, Girls-Elizabeth Porter '3.5, Joke Editor, Maurice Oyer '33. Reporters, Reba Ray '36, Jane Strauss '34, Virginia Coleman '34, Helen Engle '34, Lucille Newman '34, Marjorie Nell Harper '35, Robert Pond '34, Pres- ton Hille '36, Ruth Brittenham '36, Naomi Graham '34, Dorthea lllonce '35, Twyla Poorman '33, Lucille llletcalf '33, La Valle Slater '33, Jeannette Smith '34, Alina Starkey '35, and Ann Stoyanoif '35, Business Staff : Business Manager, Leland Stephan '33, Assistant Business Manager, Edgar Noble '34, Circulation Manager, Richard VVilson '35, Room Agents-Senior, Roy Oyer '33, Junior, VVilliam Conn '34, Sophomore, Robert Car- riger '35, Freshman, Richard Carriger '36, Advertising Blan- ager, Earl Tracey '33, Assistant Advertising Manager, Helen Engle '34, Ad Solicitors-John Gitter '33, Genevieve Snyder '33, Lucille Newman '34, ltlildred lllason '34, Helen Allison '36, Glen Seip '36, Virginia Coleman '34, Richard Crick '35, Faculty Advisors-Mr. Minor Myers, and Mr. Charles J effrey. c ,, -i.. ,f , -Jr. Q-I , . 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Beth Rousseau, who came to Elmhurst from Central at the beginning 1' of her junior year, is the salutatorian. Her average for the four 5 years is 92 2-31. Nine students Won places on the four year honor roll. Their 5, names and averages are as follows: Lillian Henning, 92V3g E Beth Rousseau, 92 2-313 Roy Oyer, 91 23-28, Mary Wilson, if 913213 La Valle Slater, 91MZg Genevieve Snyder, 91 1-273 ,A Maurice Oyer, 90 15-193 Pearl Troxel 901Qg and Dorothy Jane 1 Snyder, 90 1-27. X All of the students on the four-year honor roll have been lu outstanding in school activities. .V I 1 il ya -- 4,,N,, My ouwexgg. ' , .D QU, " JQ"' x - . ' L-X 'fy ' ' . 571 ' YN fm' .-+ ' , - ,ifili f lf f X -7 , " or ,ff- , ,h - ' ,- , --, -6 . X I f' 7 - f . 'A - ' X X 1 1 Iv S 3 ,. f r vp. nm-1, 1:4 . .,,. or I 18 1 i l Il A A 1 l l W v A ,124 ? I ---e .,. U .Y.. -, '- - 1 1- ' cgfilx ff, N if A531 'r - P I lD l 1'fPPP3s. Qi . fi" XXX' , V r A r-,.....-.1-.4 NDIGGING UP THE DIRT" The seniors filled the auditorium with enthusiastic people, and then proceeded to make them helpless with laughter. The howl that arose from the multitude of throats, as Ken and Bill, Lionel Schwan and Phil Arick, appeared on the stage clad only in unmentionables, gave decided testimony of what could be ex- pected through the entire play. The uproar became markedly greater when a cute young society girl and her "holy" terror of an aunt Miriam, Beth Rousseau and Genevieve Snyder, appear- ed on the scene with a party of attractive young ladies, Nan CLucille Metcalfj, Jane fFay Kelleyj, and Phyllis fDorothy J. Snyderj, who is deeply in love with the young man of the party, Allen, fClifton Loringj. Since an exremely unsympathetic skunk had received Ken's and Bi1l's clothes, the poor boys were forced to stripe faces with soot, roll up in blankets and pretend to be Indians. Needless to say, the poor, embarrassed boys pre- sented an extremely comical picture as they strove to remain unrecognized. For Ken, it was imperative to remain unknown, sinse Betty, with whom he is in love, thought that he was in Europe on a secret mission, when in reality, he could no longer continue his "front" of being a rich young man, and was forced to "feed her the linel' recommended by his good friend Bill. While this action was taking place, Professor Roger Halleck Uohn Gitterj an archeoligist, who had shortly before told the boys of his find, a very valuable Indian treasure, was making one last inspection of his treasure before dark. Jose Andrada fRoy Oyerj supposedly the Mexican cook-really ap crook, in league with some smugglers-followed the good Professor, knocked him out, and made off with the treasure. The poor Proffessor's unconsious body was found by Sheriff Carson QTed Davisj, who went in immediate pursuit of the vanished Jose. Meanwhile, Ken and Bill had decided on a plan by which Bill was to procure some clothes and take some to Ken, who was to meet him in the cave where they met the skunk. Bill carried out his plan, but Ken was not in the cave when Bill got there. The final outcome was quite a surprise, since, while the entire group was at break- fast, Ken, battered and dead tired, arrives to explain that he had met up with Jose, knocked him out, tied him up, and left him in the cave. The Professor was overjoyed at Ken's return and the recovery of the treasure And as all good plays should end Betty forgrv es Ken for deceiving her Aunt Miriam gets her Roger Bill gets his Nan Phyllis gets her Allan Sheriff Carson Jails Jose and the curtain drops with Everybody Happy' X I X - 9 s 1 ' V ' . 9 if ., , . , . . , 4 . . . ' . H ' ,, I 4 , . N r - --4 X " - V 1, 1 is -.Q OaSC4g-Q , x Y' ,, ILP F-- "' " v ' V 'Il - . 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Much credit ii l should also be given to Miss Cress, Mr. Smuts, and the art class l for their efficient erection and decoration on the sceneiy 1 The Whole cast enjoyed the play fully as much as dld the ' audienceg in fact, they enjoyed it so much that they consented to 1 present it again, at reduced rates, for the entire student body i P Elmhurst Was very proud of her Senior Play, and proud of every 6 A student who aided in its production. I I 1 fi 1 li H s if Z , i , ' U K 'R J I C ? fa 'W P f H 4 i i l . l 1 y 1 "" ,XFX . Y If! 0:-r-C42 ', . , fill " .. . if ll ' , Nu f 2,574 1 . " ,MV ,X f"' ' ,, 4.1. iid! ,f x ' '."'Q ,' f' .X V , -X V rl, " '- "' ' '- XJ' lx, .17 ... . . . 2 . V . - . . - - . - 1 . L. "TaLQ,ifgP': 'A 3 1 - - I: -. .L C 5 1. r' lf,,. 7. 1 1 '-'f' 'f"'5'R 'f' 'I '1-53? .iff-his I igiafqlx-36 .V 5:f",5i:a'if Afuffr A?-Mi' ,Zu f - 'USU .1491 T 5'Qf"af'1, wv-505311 .Lg 3 J 1.'l'vi5x.J 'LQMQ fi., 1 uf uhh? -y' 4"f' ffil 1. M1 i. 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