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

 - Class of 1934

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FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION TOP ROW-Paul Haller, Principal-Social Science, Rifle Club, Elmer J. Fox, Trustee, Camilla Gebhart, Office Girl, Letha Falls, English, Latin, Senior Class, Anlibrum. SECOND ROW-Minor Myers, English, French, Speech, Advance, Anlibrum, Lenore Simon, Biology, Home Economics, Reg-ina Domi, Ruth Wimmer, Chemistry, Health, Mathematics, Georgaphy, Anna Erbaugh, Commercial Subjects, Commercial Club, Charles Eickhoft, Social Science, German, Sophomore Class. BOTTOM ROW-George Nulf, History, Gymnastics, Boys' Varsity Basketball, Merle Goble, Band and Orchestra, Martha Ellen Cress, Art, English, Music, Junior Class, G, A. A., Charles jeffrey, Mathematics, Physics, Freshman Class, Rutherford Smutts, Vocational Arts, Girls' Varsity Basketball. fe. p 35. Ii 5 'Y' 47' qTop Row-Left to Righty James Wolf "jim, well-liked President of the senior class, Often slips thr'ugh the halls without a pass." Class President 4 Rifle Club President 4 Robert Arnold "Bob is "Advance" Editor, And excels in debate and oratoryf' Editor Advance 4 Class Vice-President 4 Vera Hoffman "Weary's G. A. A. and Basketball lettergirl, For dash and pep ycu'd not want a better girl." Class Secretary 4 Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, Lettergirl 4 Ardis Yentes "Efficient and reserved." Class Treasurer 4 Commercial Club Vice-President 4 Bronze Typing Pin 3 Donald Akers "Class officer in '32 and '33, Don's witty and as pleasant as can be." Commercial Club 4 Class Vice-President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2 qBottcm Row-Left to Righty Owen Allen "Andy earned his "E" in basketball." Varsity Basketball 3-4, Letterman 3-4 Baseball 4 Lucile Auman "Editor-in-Chief of Anlibrum, Lou is also a good marksmanf' Anlibrum Editor 4 Advance Chief Copy-reader 4 Donald Beyerlein "Columbia City's contribution." Band 4, Elmhurst Class Basketball at Columbia City Donald Black "Don came this year from old South Side, His pleasant smile a ready guide." German Club, S. S., Elmhurst Band, S. S., Elmhurst John Brittenham "Johnnie was Kokemo in "Miss Cherryblossom operetta, V! In "Flower of Venezia," Father of Fiorettai' Glee Club 2-3-4 Rifle Club 2-3-4 a F' l E A . YL' , s X , f G ' no 2- 1" 'QV' X. qTop Row-Left to Righty Virginia Coleman "jinny's perserverance helped her win Both bronze and silver typing pin." G. A. A. 2-3-4, Lettergirl 4 Commercial Club 3-4, Treasurer 3 Dorothy Demler "To be a missionary is her goal." Girl Reserves at Jefferson High, Delphos, 0. Glee Club, jefferson High English Club, Jefferson High Helen Engle "A competent Business and Advertising Manager." Advance Assistant Business Manager 4 Vice-President Regina Domi 4 Commercial Club 3-4 Audrey Gebhart "Won her "E", scarlet and gray, In Basketball and G. A. A." Treasurer of Commercial Club 4 Rifle Club 4 Fred Goshorn "Fred is a musician it appears, Member of Band and Orchestra all four years." Anlibrum Business Manager 4 Operettas, "Miss Cherryblossom" 3, "Flower of Venezia" 4 QBottom Row-Left to Righty Naomi Graham "Good Features' QMay be interpreted in two ways, Literary Editor Anlibrum 4 Advance Feature Writer 3-4 Commercial Club 3-4 Oletha Griffith "01etha's writing's hard to read, A microscope is what you'll need." Feature Editor of Advance 4 "Watch Your Step" Margaret Gongaware "Varsity Basketball team, And Vice-President of G. A. A." Orchestra 3-4 Advance Typist 3-4 Mary Catherine Hadley "Mary Catherine's tall and slim, Business is what she's interested in." Commercial Club 3-4 Commercial Club reporter 4 Louise Houser "Playful Tater, None can hate 'er." Advance Reporter and Typist 3-4 Anlibrum Activities Editor 4 R, X1 QTop Row-Left to Righty Martha Kemmer "Modest and charming." Commercial Club 4 Band and Orchestra 2-3-4 Prom Queen 3 Perry Kennerk "Good old Perry, quite contrary." "Watch Your Step" Charles McCormick "Be it winter or be it summer, Charlie's been our faithful drummer." Treasurer Palette and Brush Club 4 Band and Orchestra 2-3-4 Sally McMaken "Competent Sally Doesn't dilly-dally." Advance Typist 3-4 Glee Club, "Miss Cherry Blossom" 3 Ervin McNamara "Ervin wrestles with the boys until it palls, And then wrestles with sleep in study halls." Boxing Club 4 Band Manager Wrestling Club 4 fBottom Row-Left to Righty Mildred Mason "Mid's field is sports." Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, Lettergirl 4 G. A. A. 2-3-4 Advance Business Staff 3-4 Lucille Neumann "Her nickname's Tullie, And she's rarely unruly." G. A. A. 2-3-4, Lettergirl 3 German Club 4 Leah Nyffeler "Leah's an artist through and through, Art Club President and honor student too." Palette and Brush Award 4 President of Palette and Brush 4 Robert Pond "Shiney is quite red of head, He's Advance Boys' Sport Ed." Manager of Sports 4 Advance Sport Editor 3-4 Esther Robertson "As clarinet player, she won First Place in the District in '33." and Orchestra, Central 1, Elmhurst Commercial Club Secretary 4 2-3-4 , o Q s 1 I 'HJ E' I' -at--E' ' we 4' QFD 6- 'cf- 'sis QTop Row-Left to Righty Eugene Romey "Polite and precise." Class Vice-President 2 Band, South Side 1, Elmhurst 2-3-4 Orchestra 3-4 Herbert Shulze "He seems to be so shy in school, Doesn't talk much as a rule." Hans Seiber "Skilleteer-need there be more?" German Club 4 Skilleteers 4 Junior Social Council 3 Glenn Seivers "No relation to the De Seivers. Rifle Club 2-3-4 Class Basketball 2-3-4 Boxing Club 4 VI Jeannette Smith "Jeannette's a coquettef' Commercial Club 3-4 QBottom Row-Left to Righty Ralph Snyder "Both muscles and wits Are used by Snitz." Varsity Basketball 3-4, Letterman 4 Varsity Baseball 3-4 Dorothy Spice "The "Spice" of the girls' Basketball tea G. A. A. Cup Winner 4 Honary Captain Basketball 3-4 Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, Lettergirl Eugenia Spoerhase "A winner of both bronze and silver typing pins! Advance Feature Writer 2 Commercial Club 3-4 Orchestra 3-4 jane Strauss "Blonde Newspaperwoman." Advance News Editor 4 Varsity Basketball 2-3, Lettergirl 2 G. A. A. 2-3-4, Lettergirl 3 Charles Stuck "On the Rifle team, He Shoots tofwin, n0t kill." Commercial Club Dance Committee 4 German Club 4 Bronze Typing Pin 3 Band 3-4 m." 3 fLeft to Right, Hugh Wilson "Curly's on the Rifle team, And likes last year's cute Prom Queen," Band 2-3-4 Rifle Club Team 4 Edna Wedler "Edna came from North Side High, Where she belonged to Polar Y." Commercial Club 4 Publicity Manager "Watch Your Step." Russell Troxel "Russ Troxel is a letter man, Of V. and H. and ardent fan." Varsity Basketball 3-4, Letterman 3 President Commercial Club 4 Edith Swank "Dark of hair and dark of eyes, She won bronze and silver typing prize." Commercial Club 4 Vivian Summers "Dark-eyed Vivian's gay laugh Enlivens the Advance and Anlibrum staff! Anlibrum Activities Editor 4 Operetta, "Miss Cherryblossomv, 3 HI SCHOOL PARADE HE parade is on! From our high vantage point we see the phantom marchers gathering. They swarm from North Side, South Side and all directions, and a babble of voices is faintly . . heard. Very suddenly, all is in order and quiet. VVe dis- tinguish ltlr. Eickhoff going out to lead the troop that chose him as their General. From the reviewing stand, section May-1934, we dis- cover that the sophomores in '32 are electing their leaders, but not un- til they come closer do we lea1'n that the captain is Ralph Snyder, the lgst lieutenant, Eugene Romey, and staff' correspondent and 2nd lieutenant, Don Ake1's. While passing through November, they halt. There is a party. They resume their steady advance. N ow they are being detained at a junction called Semester Exams. As we watch, they rally. and are rewarded by a three months' leave of absence. The time seems all too short. and before long we spy them re- appearing, tanned and talkative. Their conduct as a sophomore troop promoted them to the rank of Juniors in the region of VVe see them much plainer now. Is it because they are taller? There is not so much confusion now. either. lMiracles do happenj. VVhy they are changing horses in the middle of the stream, I mean Gener- als in the middle of the st1'eet. Anyhow, Miss VVimmer is stepping into Mr. Eickhoff's shoes fnot literally of coursej. This IICWV little general has flashing hair and Hashing eyes, and under her supervision Qno pun, I assure youy, Jolm Brittenham is named captain. Don Akers. lst lieutenant, Oletha Griffeth, staff correspondent. and Ralph Snyder, 2nd lieutenant. Almost immediately, John delegates a squad to be known as the Junior social council, at least that's what the banner that Bob Arnold's carrying says. Rallying to the standard is Hans Seiher, Esther Robertson. Vera Hoffman, and Martha Kemmer. VVhy are 501116 faces so glum down there under Oletha's man- agement! They netted S5150 profit from candy sales. It nmst be the banks. But, nevertheless, plans for the Prom occupy many a pri- vate's spare time. VVhat can that be that theyire hoisting up-a banner! Yessir, and it's pink and green, the troop's ofiicial colors. And that card beside it has on it the committees, of course. Let's see. Vera Hoffman. chai1'n1an of Prom Decorations, has for her helpers Leah Nyffeler, Jim Wfolf, Russ Troxel, and Lou Auman. Chairman of Invitations. Bob Arnold, is assisted by Oletha Griffith and Helen Engle. The Orchestra Committee is headed by Audrey Gebhart, to- gether with Lucille Neuman and Virginia Coleman. As the troop nears April 29, they grow more feverishly active. A special halt is called. They're voting. They're making an announce- ment, they're cheering! The newly elected Prom Queen is acclaim- ed-ltlartha Kemmer. Oh. and look. They're in full-dress parade. Thatls Bob Shea furnishing the rhythm. How lovely everyone appears, as the grand march flashes by. And then suddenly, it's over, all, all over. Back to discipline they must go, but not for long. Their leave of absence finds them seperating awhile. We lose track of them, only to see them again in '3-L, heads up and chests out, full of pep and spice. QNot breakfast food, eitherj. Almost immediately the seniors possess themselves of barracks room 12, and adopt its petite inmate, Miss Falls as their final General. Final captaincy is confered on James VVolf. Bob Arnold, is made a lst lieutenant, Vera Hoffman, staff correspondent, and Ardis Yentes, 2nd lieutenant. They are aroused with new spirit, and in October they camp for a night to celebrate the Harvest Moon with a dance. The Orchestra Conunittee, composed of Audrey Gebhart, chairman, Virginia Coleman and Lucille Neuman, again calls on Bob Shea for the music. The decoration committee, of which Russ Troxel is chairman, consists of Bob Arnold, Jim VVolf, Lou Auman, and Jane Strauss. In charge of tickets and publicity is Louise Houser, aided by Oletha Griffith and Jeanette Smith. Over all, the General Chairman, Vera Hoffman presides. Successful? Yes, indeed. Is it a bad dream? No, the general is merely temporarily absent and the pace for the time is slowe1'. Discipline is lacking. But at her return she snaps her finger and all is well, at least until the troop edits its annual. Look at that constant line of wastebaskets be- ing emptied and refilled. See how the staff pulls its hair, and wracks its brains! In due time, though, everything is O. K. 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IDEAL SENIOR BOY AND GIRL BOY Charles Stuck Andy Allen Hugh VVilson Russell Troxel " ara Erw in ilIcNam James VVolf Ralph Snyder Fred Goshorn Russell Troxel Ralph Snyder Robert Arnold John Brittenham Don Black GIRL Edna IVedler Vera Hoffman Lou Auman Vivian Summers Audrey Gebhart Sally Dlclllaken illartha Kemmer Oletha Grittith Oletha Griffith Jeanette Smith Lucille Neumann Naomi Graham Edna lVedler -3 44 "THE LAST ROUNDUP" IDI: "As president of this class. I now bring to order this last and final meetin'. I wish you to bear in mind lit' anyl, that we will soon be separated lthe sooner the bettervl and each will be started on his particular walk of life. Some will go college foh, pity the prot'essorsl J. some will soon support themselves liyea, even without crutches! J, and some will continue doing as they have done in the past-nothing! This meetin' has been called for the purpose of proposing and discussing refornis for dear old Elmhurst. and to leave freshly imprinted upon our memories the undying spirit of the school But first. Bliss Falls. who needs no introduction, wishes to express herself." llIiss Falls: "Boys and girls of the graduating class. it is my privelege, Qboo-hoo,l duty, to bid you sad adieu. I want to tell you how much, Qboo-hooj I have appreciated your attentiveness and co- operation in your work and especially your very excellent behavior in Room 12. Boo-hoo-hoo! This is too much. I can't go on! After all, truthfulness is the best policy." Sits down. "Now, we will have a report of the Committee of Cupid's Cantors from Don Akers." Don: "To begin with, one of Charlie Stuck's bashful gals sent him a candy kiss on St. Valentines Day, but Charlie just ate it down like an ordinary sugar lumpf' "If you have wondered at Ervin McNamara's sudden inte1'est in boxing, it's because his girl friend expressed her desire for big strong men, and Ervie is trying to develop his biceps." . "A sad case is that of Chas. McCormick. His "one and only" has a passion for mustaches and so far the hair tonic he daubs on his face every night has produced only a fine, fuzzy growth." "T hen Lou Auman's picture, which disappeared some time ago, was seen during the Hskilleteers' " class adorning Hans Seibers table. He always keeps it there to console him when his cooking turns out a flop." "Snitz" requests the announcement that no "ferns" should take his word seriously, as he's only practicing to be a politician anyway." Jim: 'kNoW the meetin' will be turned over to proposals for reforms so that our dear bl'OtllCl'S and sisters will not have to suffer the things we have suffered. Are there any motions? Fred: "Mix President." Jim: 'LF1'ed." Fred: "I move that geometry teachers cease making the students try to find the locus Qtj, and give up the ghostg my sis said they were looking for it when she went to school here." Audrey: 'LI second the motion." Jim: "It has been moved and seconded that geometry teachers etc. Is there any discussion!" Tate: 6'VVell, I have something to say about that, too. At the beginning of this last semeste1', Mr. Jeifrey's class decided it couldn't possibly be in Room 7. so what did they do but move down to Room 15, and we had to listen to them try to locate it while we were study- ing. It's an outrage and should be stoppedlw Jin1: "All in favor of the motion say "aye". All: 'KAye." Jim: 6'Contrary". Jim: "lNIotion carried." Oletha: "President Jim." Jim: g'Miss Olethaf' Oletha: "I move that when band or orchestra are practicing. that all involved be required to play the same tune." Ardis: "Second the motion." Jim: "Any discussion!" Jane: "I agree! VVhen you try to listen, you can't follow all of themg then, again you canlt follow any of them, yet you can't stop listeningg itls awful!" Martha: "Can someone suggest something they might all playf' Jeanette: uThe Star Spangled Banner!" 77 . Mid.: 'LNo, 11ot that! You couldn't very well stand up right in the 1111ddle of economies class." Dorothy D: "Suppose they play, "Happy Birthday to You." . U Sally: "Fine! Then whoever had a birthday that dav could sit 111 class all proud and embarrassed, thinking it was beingiplaved all for him." ' Leah: "Question !" Ji111: "It has bee11 111oved and seconded. etc.. all i11 favorl, All: "Aye," Ji111: "Contrary.w Russ: "No," Jim: "DIotion carried." Glen: "I 111ove that all desks i11 study hall be provided with small telephones with connecting wires, so when the pupils wish to talk to one another tl1ey won't have to move to do sof' B. Pond: "Second the motion!" Audrey: "That wouldn't work at all. evervone would be talk- i11g at once.' i Don Black: "They do anyway!" Don Beyerlein: "VVhy IlOt have the study hall teacher be 'central' and plug in the different wires by special connection!" IS. Pond: "Surel Then it' two people were talking. and some- o11e else wanted permission. 'central' could say. 'I1ine's busy, " Russ: "Since Audrey l1as a brother and sister wl1o will be attending Elnihurst. don't you think we should limit the length of time students may talk!" Jolmnie: "A very good idea. I suggest three minutes." Jim: "It has been moved and seconded that study hall desks be provided witl1 small telephones. the teacher at each study hall acting as 'central'. and time limit he three minutes. All i11 favor-fi All: "Ave," Jim: "Contrary." Vivian: 'LBIr. President. I 111ove that. all students in Rooms 10 a11d 16 be provided with ear mulfs during glee club meet." Don Black: "Second the motion." Ji111: "You heard the n1otio11. All in favor- All: 'gAye." Jin1: 'lContrary." Tulie: "Mr. President. I make a motion that we take Miss Falls a 1'ide o11 the i11cli11e illlil then adjourn." Dot S: '4Hurrahl Let's stand her in the waste basket illlll scoot it. And suiting action to words-1-." Johnnie: "VVe're offll' Miss Falls: L"I'hat's what I think." JUNIOR CLASS BACK ROW,-Donald Mocre, Paul Winkleman, Edgar Noble, Paul Baker Ler No ', , oy rris Clarence Kelley. SECOND ROWfRohert Amstutz, Floyd Heckntan, Barry Brennan, Paul Wyss, Bob Carriger, Paul Kemmer, Dora McMaken, Phil Rauner, William Hartnett, Wilton Raney, Edwin Fox, Ervin Wedler, Bob Royer, Robert Wiegman, Ed Stuck, Elton Springer, james Noble, Wendell Davis, Donald Nyffeler, Henry Green, William Conn, Robert Spenn. THIRD R0WAMiss Cress, Dorothy Monce, Marjorie Nell Harper, Mary Ellen Kan Kamp, Georgianna Davidson, Greba Cox, Katherine Tapy, Ann Stayonoff, Marjorie Larimore, Vera Gerke, Elcanore Fritzche, Mary jane DeVilliers Heather Owen Sue Miller Geor i Y Y Y g a Prince, Gloria Kennerk, Hilda Ditzenberger, Margaret Braeuer, Agnes Seidner, Margaret Strahm. l'0URTH ROW-,Mary Elizabeth Welshimer, Elizabeth Porter, Betty Brintcn Berneice Graft, Mary Gilleff, Amelia Yovan, Mildred Coleman, Dorothy Bowers, Phyllis Reed, Lucille Wedler Hazel Kennerk Della Ma Kell Al , , y er, ma Starke, Verdona Kennerk, DeEtta Beck. FRONT ROW-Richard Wilson, Mike Trott, Bill Hargrave, Allen Ormiston, Ivan Wall, Donald Kern, David Welch: Bob McCoy, Richard Crick. Darrel Daniels, Bill Link, Wallace Quackenbush Byrd Grear JUNIOR PROM IS HIGHLIGHT IN ELMHURST SOCIAL SEASON ELL. since all the folks are away and there is nothing else to do, why not drag out the old album and see what inte1'esting things there are to see. Oh yes. this one contains the progress of the class of '35 at l'llmhurst. I'ye heard that's a very successful and peppy class. Now let's see. Right here is the group of greenies who first entered high school. But at that they weren't any greener than the rest. because that was a new school and eve1'yone was as unfamiliar with it as they were. Now these folks must be the otlicers of the class. YVho are they! Yvell. there's Mike Trott as p1'esident. He's that little fellow with the big laugh. Dot Monce is his assistant. and Bernice Graft as secretary-treasurer. Berneice. by the way. was the first one to enroll in Elnihurst High. Quite an honor I should say. Congratulations! Blr. Jeffrey is their advisor. He was very well liked. Hereis a large picture. Oh. this is their tirst party of the year. And now, why are all those youngsters looking so down in the mouth, and look at the furrows on their brows. You don't suppose it could be exams! iVell. that's it. and they're certainly making the worst of things. Now this picture looks brighter. I suppose it's 'cause exams are over. I donzt blame 'E'lll! And this picture looks like another party. Yes, it is. Now look at those grins! You just know by looking at them. that they have washed their hands off the freshmen title and are now sophisticated tp fy sophomores. Yep, here they are with the sophomore title and do they look big! Let's see, who have they selected this time for their leaders! Paul Kennner, a basketball hero. is president. land he was so hash- fulj. Blike Trott is vice-president, Howard. "Shadow" Gould is secretary, and Berneice Graft is treasurer. She must be good at it. And demure Miss Rinehart tnow Mrs. Erbaugh to you. pleasei is selected as their source of better judgement. Oh boy, what's this I see! Nothing else hut a Hard Times Party. the Sophomores' first activity of the year. My dear. look at that dress Delitta Beck has on! I'll bet her mother found her quilt all cut up next 1no1'11ing. At least that's what the dress looked likc. And. Bliss Falls, your dust cap and apron are charming! Hilda Ditzenberger, where did you ever dig up those old relics of shoes. Yes sir, high tops and pointed toes. in fact, so pointed you might have hurt someone had you ever struck them with your feet. I know by looking at this group. they had a marvelous time. Now, now, I see those agonized faces again. lNIust be exam time. VVell. well. another party. This time the sophomores do look their part--sophisticated. They're all dressed up and sitting at card tables playing bunco. But look at those grins! They are certainly having fun. I see some kids dancing in the background. There's Mr. and Mrs. Smutts. Mike. Bob McCoy, and a few others are very generous, I heard. giving all their points to someone else and staying at one table practically all evening. Some of the outstanding people in the class during the year: Bill Hargrave is one of the cheer leaders of the school. In the oper- etta. "Miss Cherry Blossom". Dorothea Monce, a popular. blue-eyed blonde of the class had a character part. David lVelch, the red-head- ed boy of the class. and somtimes an awful, awful, pest. also had a character part. Others in the class were in the chorus. Sophomores on the girl's varsity basketball are: Jeanette Van Buskirk. Hilda Ditzenberger, Georgia Prince and Thelma Simmons. Sophomores on the boys va1'sity basketball a1'e: lllike Trott. Byrd Grear. Paul Kemmer, Bob McCoy, Elton Springer, and Harry Spice. And now the whole group. smiling as usual, look forward to their next year in high. They are the Juniors. Although some hate to leave the sophisticated class. most of them would rather join the jolly. undiginiiied, class of Juniors. without doubt. the most exciting year in high school. And now, after a summer's vacation, they are back again and are ready to begin this exciting year. This year they have efficient Bob Carriger for chief. Betty Brinton his assistant. Doretha Monce as secretary and Marjorie Nell Harper as treasurer. Miss Cress is their choice for class sponsor. Gee. that fire looks swell and those kids roasting weiners and marshmallows! VVhat is it? VVhy. it's the Junior VVeiner Bake. and they had a treasure hunt before eating. I guess it was really ditlicult. They had two trials and here are the leaders, Mike Trott. and Bill Hargrave, both little fellows but in spite of that, they look real capable. By the satisfied looks on Vera's, Lou's and Josephine 'l'hurber's faces. I have decided that they found the t1'easure. But whoever found it certainly deserved it after their long tramp. I see Miss Cress and Mr. Eickhoff, and do tell, theyfre holding hands. VVell here's the candy counter and here we see Bernice Graft, Betty Brinton, Dorothea Monce and Marjorie Nell Harper. Berneice is the manager. Outstanding people ill the Junior Class are: In the play "Before Breakfast", Ann Stayanoff our "talky" of the class, Richard Crick. smart boy, Bob Spenn, our great debater and Barry Brennan our boy from Boston took part. In the operetta, "The Flower of Venesiaf' Marjorie Nell Harper, Georgianna Davidson, a new girl this year, Dorothea Monce. Dora lllcllaken, and David VVelch appear. Junior boys whonl I see all decked out in their red sweaters and Els are: Mike Trott, Paul Kennner, Bob McCoy, Byrd Grear, Paul Baker and Elton Springer. And now what I have been so anxious to see is here, the Junior Proni, the affair of affairs at Elinhurst. Bly, what a nice looking crowd! And look at the frilly dresses of every design and color imaginable! And there's the Prom Queen. none otl1e1' than blonde Phyllis Reed. Doesn't she look pretty, especially in that ruffled blue dress and her crown! She certainly deserves her place. There are her attendants. lVho are they! I,et's see. there's Dorothea Monce in pink, Blarjorie Nell Harper in blue and white, Henerietta Meyer in peach and Berneice Graft in flowered chiffon. They certainly look nice. Now look at the ClCC0l'21lflOllS. Aren't they quaint! An old- fashioned garden! There's a little white picket fence along the walls. and behind it are arranged rows of gay little daisies and poppies. above which tower stately hollyhocks. Morning glories are entwined on the fence. And what cute little fan-shaped trellises above the doors! And of course here's the old oaken bucket and wishing well. right in the back of the gyni, without which no old-fashioned garden would be complete. In the center of the floor. there is a tiny rock garden, surrounded by a white picket fence. There are those bright daisies and poppies again. and right in the center of the enclosure is a crystal gazing globe which reflects the stars shining through a sky of solid blue. How real it all looks.! lVell, there's Ca1'l Brenner's orchestra and is it good! There's the Elmhurst faculty which acted as chaperones. There are the Nis- wander sisters and their brother. All three did a little dance. I guess they are certainly fast steppers. All in all, the Proni was a successful and wonderful affair. lVhat! The last picture? Aw. gee! Oh, well I'll just look for- ward to the pictures of that snappy class next year. Success to you! SOPHOMORE CLASS TOP ROW-James Greenwalt. Glenn Crowl, LaRue Reddin, Charles Lauer, Charles Gorrel. SECOND ROW-Bob Farell, Glen Seip, Robert Cully, Dale McKinzie, Dick Carriger, Fred Groneau, Lester Shroyer, Bud Beaman, Richard DeVilliers, Don Koons, Walter Lamboley, john Gilleff, jack Miller, Willard Harman. THIRD ROW-Virginia Cassel, Ruth Seibold, Alice Koons, Audra Baker, Arlene DeLancey, jean McCormick, Evelyn Byerley, Dorothy Gebhart, Helen Stute, jean Frahm, Margaret Winkleman, jane Epple, Eileen Lyn-ch, Lucille Lee, Mary Ann Lehman, Mr. Eickhoff. FOURTH ROW-Emma Yentes, Gertrude Wolf, Ruth Clem, Betty Coolidge, Evelyn Keiser, Nadia Yovan, Mary Ellen Strunk, Ruth Brittenham, Darlene Buskirk, Louise Jackson, Mary Prince, Reba Ray, Ruth Swank. FRONT ROW-fCharles Engle, Elbert Ruch, Harry Link, Nelson Hyde, Preston Hille, John Knight, Lloyd Lewton, Dale Herberger, Billy Mitchell, Gene Houser. -.-.34 IVIODESTY IS KEYNOTE OF' SOPHOMORE CLASS N September, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two, there embarked upon the shores of the Land of Learning. a large band of explor- ers and seekers of knowledge. They had come to invade this land in search of an education which they knew lay behind the rocks of a hard and perilous journey. Being shaken in spirit from their rough voyage on the Era of Experience, they were at first quite terrified by the three tribes already inhabiting this realm. One tribe, called the Sophomores. especially delighted in taunting and ridicul- ing the newcomers, who called themselves Freshmen, which in the language of the realm meant 'Lgreenf' But it was not long before the l"reslnnen, with more push behind the sw01'd and a greater determina- tion. had fully established themselves in the new country. In a few weeks the usual taunts were drowned in praise, and the climax came when the rulers. known as the faculty, excused all of them from tak- lllg' the Mid-Year Exams: but knowing that their teachers would not feel at home without a few excellent papers to mark Perfect, they took those dreaded exams and passed with flying colors. KI mean papersj The Seniors soon realized that their place as leaders would be as- sumed by the newcomers, and to their lasting credit the Seniors quiet- ly resigned letting the Freshies reign supreme. For a change there was peace until the Anilibrum was published. This caused a mad scramble. Everyone wanted a sample of the work of that memorable class. The class history, written by a Freshman, sounded like Shakespeareg you could not believe it until you heard that Jack J. was the author. And as for their photo-you simply forgot that it was not the entire annual. Now that I have introduced "Us" who were called l"rcshmen then, you will recognize your old friends now called the Sophomores. During the short furlough. we decided to take a trip. VVhen upon returning, the roll was calledg several were found missing, but a few new recruits had joined our ranks. For the purpose of protection Bob Farrel was elected president: Billy Mitchell, vice-president: and Reba Ray, secretary-treasurer. The chief ruler, a kindly disposed man by name Mr. Eickhoff, soon became of nmch assistance in guiding us Sophomores and in supplying us with provisions for our minds. XVith a bang, the Sophomore boys' basketball team composed of John Canatsey, Charles Engle, Dick Carrigar. Gene Houser and Dale lNIcKenzie, easily defeated the Juniors during the tourney. For politeness' sake, they gave in to the Seniors, Qafter a short talk with lWIr. Smuts before the gameb because they realized this was the last time the present Senior class would have the opportunity to win a high school tourney. After hearing of so much activity, you may wondel' how we pre- pare our own studies, f0l', as you know, we all carry tive solids and most of us carry six. lVe find it necessa1'y to spend only about ten minutes a day on geometry which Mr. J. and Miss YV. thinks more than enough. Latin also interests us so. that we usually save six or seven lessons translated in advance. "History Repeats," so we color our own adventures, and Mr. li. and Mr. H. say that they are exactly like the chilvalroiis deeds of the heroes in ancient times. Incited by the daring of the higher tribes, we, the Sophomores. occasionally gather for evenings of gaiety known as "part1es." VVithout any serious catastrophes, we have reached the end of our second march. D VVe. at first, intended to graduate this year. but, after seriously conside1'ing the request of the School Board, we have decided to re- main for two vears, simply to assist the teachers and to be an example. Two of our iiuniber, Donald Koons and Gene Houser have decided to devote their entire lives to this charitable vocation. Thus ends the history of the Sophomore class. and with the motto "To do or die" emblazoned upon our shields, we march for- ward to invade other territories for the good old rose and gold. 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SECOND ROW,Harry Lorenz, Carl Thomas, Carl Hollman, Waldo Albert, junior Sievers, Lester Bueker, Maurice Robertson, Earl Shaefer, Donald Bowers, Alexander Yovan, Don-ald Scherer, Robert Dunfee, Robert Snyder, Floyd Carsten, Norbert Hegerlield, Billie Schnaufer, Vincent Hartnett, Earl Shulze, Jack Lundgren, Lester Mills, Ernest Pond, Norman Bade, Dick Parkison, john Newburn. THIRD ROWvDorothy Miller, Orma Amstutz, Rilla Wilson, Alba Davis, Doris Romey, Violet Wolfe, Harriet Oyer, Bernadine Boeke, Betty Arnett, Loraine Quackenbush, Aline Stein, Anna Mae Forschner, Marilyn Fox, Josephine Thurber, Clotilda Prince, Ruth Seidner, Lucille Coleman, Verdella Bergman, Betty Driver, Helen Gongaware, jun-e Kibiger, Ruth Heckman, Ruth Jackson, Ruth Langmeyer, Esther Hartman, Monice Anderson. FOURTH ROW-Helen Winkleman, Mary Carriger, Alice Stroh, Marjorie Hargrave, Betty Monce, Dolores Shives, Eileen Davis, Betty Beaman, joan Daniels, Vivian McCoy, Helen Fusselman, Betty McMahon-, Jeanette Hyser, Donabelle McKinzie, Neleana Sanders, Mable Keck, Jean Goble, Elizabeth Frahm, May Gibson, Esther Pfeiifer. FIFTH ROW-Harold Wiegman, Raymond Green, Jack Oswald, Dallas Smith, Frank Albert, Robert Swank, Omer Woodard, Donald LaFontaine, DeWitt Porter, Calvin Hapner, jimmy Durr, Eddie Heuslein, Rowland Royer, Billy Herberger, Paul Auman, Ralph Shepler. M34....i MAGIC CARPET CONV EYS FROSH THROUGH FIRST YEAR FIT your pusliin'-Gosh, it's jest like Hillcrest lIlSltlC-I'It'3l'6,S our ll0lllCl'00lllS. 10 and 16-Me for a back seat-Colne on- Shhh-Tlierets our teachers." So began our freshinan trip aboard our Magic Carpet. Mr. Myers and Mr. Jeffrey, by using their Magic VVand, have kept the craft on an even keel, though we hundred and two frisky freshmen have raised plenty of dust. lVith0ut even stopping our Magic Machine, we held our first class meeting. Dick Parkison we named Guide, and DeVVitt Porter his Assistant Guide. Verdella Burgman was chosen Bookkeeper and Betty Driver Ticket-Agent. VVith our leaders chosen. we felt we were full-fledged Trojans, and so we proceeded to give a partv. The Magic Carpet on which we rode Yvas "swept" to earth where. considering ourselves grown-up. we celebrated the "days gone bv" with a lively fhow could it be otherwise!! Kid Party. Yvho could ever fo1'get the popcorn. doughnuts, cider and suckers! iThe kind that are on sticks.j For a time after this, things were rather dull for us. Shortly after the visit of the Big Bad YVolf. commonly called "Finals". the Inter-class Basketball Tournament drew the attention of our Magic Carpet like a magnet. Our class entered three teams: The Freshmen Five. VVildcats. and Tige1's. In the tourney, the latter, consisting of Laring, Durr. Becker, Heuslien. and Parkison, represented us. These plucky men drew the seniors at the opening of the tourney. They put up a good fight. but were overpowered by the seniors who became school champions. VVhile our faithful Magic Carpet was winding us upward. we all give three cheers for the boys and girls who made the Basketball squad at the start of the season. Here they a1'e: Boys-B. Neuman, YV. Alberts. H. Larens, B. Gebhart, and D. Schererg and Girls- B. Beaman. H. Fussleman. J. Daniels, and H. Gongaware. . And while we're at it, let's give those who went out for band and orchestra a big hand. There's J. Oswald. C. Hallman. V. lVolfe. R. Jackson, E. Hartmen, L. Bucker, M. Robertson, J. Alden. F. Alberts. VV. Alberts. H. Bell. J. lVilliams. D. Romey. E. Shaefer, and A. Davis. Also. we freshmen, contrary to popular opinion. do use our brains. If you don't believe it, our class has always lead in the number of students placed on the honor roll. thanks to our former teachers and our new ones. But whatls this? The carpets slowing down. A contest, the Anlibrum popularity contest. The nominees are Marilyn Fox. Ver- della Bergman, Marjorie Hargrave. Don Scherer. Dick Parkison. and Ernest Pond. The final result was in favor of Dick Parkison and our little Marjorie Hargrave. Speeding up again, the Magic Carpet heads us to the "Final Finals". and sophomorism. Wie hope our future journey will bc as pleasant as this past one. VVe'll be back next fall to become the largest sophomore class in the school's history. Au Revoir! OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES LAUDED BY HALLER I,MHI'RS'l' Iligh School has been in existance three years, and in that time has made remarkable progress. Elmhurst has been granted the highest type of commission that is given by the stateg she has become a member of the North Central Association of Secondary Schools, an honor that is achieved by very few high schools. lVhat has made those things possible! Of course the teachers have had some small part in this, but I believe the greatest credit must go to the students, and their exceptional school spirit and morale. Again we ask, what has caused this fine feeling among the student body for their school! I believe that this is created in most part outside the class room. in fact in our outside activities. It is of the value of these outside activities that I wish to speak. The primary aim of outside activities at Elmhurst is to develop the pupil to the end that he may exercise greater skill and efficiency in life. Their future good citizenship, service to others, personal hap- piness, and success will depend upon their sucessful relations with people. The final test of training is success in real life rather than mere excellence in the schoolroom tasks. Pupils should be strong in the schoolroom workg they should also have attractive, forceful, personal characteristics. But many other capable pupils show a surprising lack of these. The reason is not far to seek. They have enjoyed little opportunity, whether in the home or the school, to give proper training and expression to their personal powe1's. One of the most important of the "Seven Objectives of Educa- tion" is the use of free time for worthy activities and pleasures. I believe that our extra-curriculer activities provide for this objective better than can be done in regular class work. I would like to see every student at lfllmhurst identified with some outside activity. It is here that the qualities of initiative, leadership, co- operation. clean sportsmanship. intelligent obedience to the rules of the game. and the acceptance of responsibility are developed. 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Q - , ,Q . . n rt :U A 1 r 1 -9 -. 1 1,9 JY? 3 SENIOR PLAY CAST TOP ROW-Ralph Snyder, Fred Goshorn, Hugh Wilson. SECOND ROW-Perry Kennerk, Mildred Mason, Louise Houser, Edna Wedler, james Wolf. FRONT ROW-Miss Falls, Oletha Griffith, Esther Robertson, Bob Arnold, Audrey Gebhart, Vivian Summers. --:sl-- "WATCH YOUR STEP" A l"arce-Mystery Hy George M. Savage. Jr. and Edouard Il. Peltret SENIOR CLASS PLAY CIIARACTl'lRS Hillside Annie. caretaker of Flat Lake Sanitariuni. . .0letha Grillith Fairfax Kerry. niodern poet ...................... Robert Arnold Jerry. Cockney nianservant ........... ...Fred Goshorn Phil Van Buskirk, young clulnnan ...... .... I Iugli lvilson Carolyn Verdeen, a woman with a will. .. . .Esther Robertson Phyillis Mortimer. society vainp ...... .. ...Vivian Sununers Lucy, a SV0lll2lIl with a past ...................... Audrey Gehhart Nifty Garett, an internationally known crook. . . . . .Ralph Snyder Numb Burke. his llt'llClllllilIl ..................... Perry Kennerk Directors .................. ...Miss Falls and Louise Houser Stage Manager .... ................. J aines XVolf Business Manager. . . .Mildred Mason Publicity .......... . . .Edna lVedlcr i- X 32 1 s ' ri H PHL..- DEBATE SQUAD BACK ROW-Richard Crick, Robert Spenn, Robert Arnold, Minor Myers, Maurice Robertson. FIRST ROW-Georgiana Davidson, Oletha Griffith, Mary Eelizabeth Welshimer, Elizabeth Porter, Ann Stayonoff. -.13 El NATIONAL SPEECH TOURNAMENT DRAWS VARSITY DEBATE TEAM IXCIC a large munber turned out for the debate squad this year. it was some time before the varsity team was chosen. The first pa1't of the season was spent in acquainting thc dcbaters with the subject. The squad made several trips to the library for supplement work. The teams, chosen just before the iirst round of debates in the Northeastern Indiana League, were Eliza- beth Porter. Mary Elizabeth vVClSllllllC'l'. and Bob Spenn for the af- iirmativez and Oletha Griftitll. Georgiana Davidson, Ann Stayonotf and Bob Arnold for the negative. The first debate of the season was between the Central Negative and the ,lfllmhurst Affirmative, with Alexander Campbell acting as judge. In this debate the Central team won the decision. .. The same afternoon the teams traveled to Monroe where the negative team of ldlmlnirst defeated the affirmative team of that place. The following week the negative team met the affirmative team from Columbia City at l'llmhurst: Benjamin Null of South Side judged this debate. The lfllmhurst team also won this contest. The last debate of the se1'ies was between the local aiiirmatives and the North Side negatives. with Miss Benner. director of Speech at South Side. giving the critique. This contest was won by the North Side team. This gave the Elm- hurst teams a record of two debates won and two lost. The next debates were an all day series in which both teams from North Side, Central, and Elmhurst took part, with Professor VVinch of Purdue University as judge. In the iirst debate of the morning session the Central negatives repeated their earlier victory by again defeating the local afnrmatives. But in the following debate, the Elmhurst negative team won the decision from the Central affirma- tive. In the afternoon session, the Central teams defeated both North Side tea111s. In the evening session the Elmhurst negatives suffered the only defeat of the season at the hands of the North Side ailirma- tive team. In the next debate the local ailirniatives avenged their earlier defeat by winning the decision from the North Side negatives. This gave Elmhurst second place in the contest with two debates won and two lost. Since most of the debaters are underclassmen, an even better record is expected for the 1931-35 season. During the week of May 7-11 a varsity team consisting of Bob Arnold, Oletha Gritlith and Mary Elizabeth VV6lSl1llll61' competed in the National Speech Tournament in Topeka, Kansas. Elmhurst has the honor of being one of the six Indiana Schools ever to p2l1't1Cl- pate in the National Speech Tournament. The subject used in all the debates was: "Resolved That the United States Should Adopt A System of Radio Control And Operation Similar To That of Great Britianf' ADVANCE STAFF BACK ROWgReba Ray, Exchange editor, Sally McMaken, typist, Naomi Graham, feature writer, Vivian Summers, typist, Virginia Coleman, typist, Margaret Gongaware, typist, Mildred Mason, room agent, Alma Starke, room agent, Vivian McCoy, reporter, Betty Beaman, reporter, Joan Daniels, reporter, Helen Fusselman, room agent, Henrietta Meyers, reporter, Lucile Auman, chief copy reader, Vera Hoffman, girls' sports editor, Bob Pond, boys' sports editor, Bob Farrell, reporter. SECOND ROW-james Greenwalt, reporter, Oletha Griffith, feature editor, Dorothy Spice, reporter, Ruth Langmeyer, reporter, Helen Gongaware, reporter, Esther Robertson, copy reader, Helen Engle, assistant business manager, Bernedine Boeke, reporter, Betty Arnett, reporter, Helen Sutorius, reporter, Marjorie Nell Harper, society editor, Mary Elizabeth Welshimer, feature writer, Elizabeth Porter, copy reader, Berneice Graft, reporter, Betty Brinton, reporter, Louise Houser, typist, Bob Arnold, editor. THIRD ROW-Mr. jeffrey, faculty advisor, Mary Ann Lehman-, reporter, Orma Amstutz, reporter, Betty Monce, reporter, Darlene Buskirk, reporter, jean Frahni, reporter, Louise jackson, reporter, Ann Stayonoff, feature writer, Lucille Neumann, typist, Jane Strauss, news editor, Audrey Gebhart, alumni editor, Georgiana Davidson, copy reader, Dorothy Monce, assistant editor, Mr. Myers, faculty advisor. FRONT ROW-Mike Trott, room agent, Gene Houser, reporter, Preston Hille, reporter, Ernest Pond, room agent, Charles Engle, reporter, Dick Parkison, reporter, jimmy Durr, reporter, Walter Lamboley, ad solicitor, Glen Seip, advertising manager, Richard Wilson, circulation manager, Richard Crick, assistant advertising manager, William Grepke, ad solicitor. ADVANCE OFFERS OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE IN JOURNALISM OPY-Copy." hungry Bob Arnold. Dorothy Monce and Lou Aunian sl1out. "Henrietta, where is your article o11 the March assembly program! "Say, Esther, wl1at is that rule about 1 and e lll words!" calls Ann. "I don't see wl1y some senior writers cant spell. ' "Just a minute." IIIICITIIPIS Bob, "do you people know that we won second place Ill f0lll'Il1 division in tl1e Illdlillltl High School Press Association! IVe IIIUSI keep 11p our Quill and Scroll standards. too. And we know. if Ollly IxI2ll'J0l'lC Nell a11d Georgiana would write instead of gossip." "My sainted aunt," grasps Dorothy. nIblll6l'C is 'Mix Haller Speaks f' I've looked everywhere." During the Illall scralnble following, Mr. Blyers repeats that he CZIIIIIOI wait ally longer: tl1e Kllllllllly must go to tl1e printerys i11 an hour. "Now, wait a bit, I thi11k I can find that article", says Oletha. searching frantically through bits of' Latin notes. year book Jokes, et cetera. "Here is 'Miz Haller Speaks' with May Menditf' The staff then indulges i11 its favorite sport, teasing Oletha about her writing. After this interval. Jane, with a Cll'C2lllly look i11 her eyes says, "I wish I could go get 'ein i11 tl1e b11s1ness line as Helell does." "Don't worry, Janie. you'll get your little pill for good work by and by," consoles Richard VVilson. 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SECOND ROW-Waldo Alberts, Jean Frahm, Wendell Davis, Martha Kemmer, Esther Robertson, Alfred Noble, Carl Holman, Harriet Oyer, Ruth jackson, Alba Davis, Emma Yentes, Esther Hartman, Louise Jackson, Margaret Gongaware, Audrey Gebhart, Darlene Buskirk, Mr. Goble. THIRD ROWfFrank Alberts, Lloyd Lewton, Earl Shaffer, Ruth Swank, Richard Wilson, Harvey Bell, Charles McCormick, Amber Jean McCormick, Fred Goshorn, Jack Oswald, Charles Stuck, Clarence Kelley, Don Black, Doris Romey, Agnes Seidner. FRONT ROW-David Welch, john Canatsey, Maurice Robertson, Lester Shroyer, Paul Winkleman, Hugh Wilson, Billy Mitchell, J0hn Williams, Ed Stuck. -MMM. MOTHERS HONOR BAND MEMBERS WITH MAY DAY BANQUET IIE members of the VVayne Township Band were honored by their mothers at a banquet. May 1, given at Elmhurst. Gum drop teddy bears were the place cards for the following honor guests: Mr. Grahzun. Mr. Kennerk, Mr. Frank Gebliart, Mr. Henry Rapp. Mr. Farrel. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Goble, llflr. and Mrs. lillnier Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haller, Mrs. Elsie Flaugli, Miss lVarner, Miss Augspu1'ger, Mr. and Mrs. Young, and Mrs. Arick. The mothers who planned. cooked and served the banquet were: Mrs. DeVilliers. Mrs. Lamboley, Mrs. VVolf, lllrs. Buskirk, lllrs. Swank. Mrs. McCormick, lllrs. Arick, Mrs. Robertson, lNIrs. Cool- idge. Mrs. Kenuner. Mrs. Cox, and Mrs. VVelch. This banquet was a reward for the band's winning second place in second division at a district contest held at Huntington, April 13 and 141, it was also a send-off for the band members who participated in the state contest held at Crawfordsville, May 2, 3 and 4. The year's activities consisted of giving concerts at Roanoke last summer, marching in the N.R.A. parade Qnearly everyone thought he could stand a little recovery for himselfj, playing at some of our home basketball games, giving concerts at the va1'ious grade schools, playing for the County Basketball Tournament, and en- joying playing "Stepping Out" which featured foot beats. The following members of the band and orchestra were awarded the special privilege of playing in the Northeastern Indiana Sym- phony Orchestra at the Teachers' Convention held at the Shrine Auditorium in October: Esther Robertson, Martha Kemmer, Edgar Noble. VValter Lamlioley, Rilla VVilson, Darlene Buskirk, Ruth Swank. Charles McCormick, Margaret Braeuer, Margaret Gonga- ware, Elizabeth Porter. Jean Frahm. .lean Goble. and June Kibiger. ART CLUB BACK ROW-Charles McCormick, Robert Snyder, Robert Swank, Charles Gorrell, Robert Dunfee, William Link. SECOND ROW--Martha Ellen Cress, Marjorie Hargrave, Eleanore Fritzche, Leah Nyffeler, Gertrude Wolf, Rilla Wilson, Mary Ellen Kan Kamp, Verdella Bergman. FIRST ROW-iAlba Davis, Violet Wolfe, Doris Romey, Jeanette Hyser, Ruth Langmeyer, Ruth jackson, Darlene Buskirk. --:s4-- NPALLETTE AND BRUSH" JOURNEYS APAR IIEN the great ship "Pallette and Brush" cast anchor froni the Elmhurst dock, it left in its wake several pleasant and happy memories of parties, meetings, banquets and picnics. Trips were niade each month in Basins or Pans of showcard and water color. In the first three trips taken in September, October and Nov- ember. the ship was organized under the supervision of our lovely and etlicient captain. Miss Martha Ellen Cress. The following duties were assigned by the crew of 15 to Leah Nyffeler, iirst inate: Ger- trude lvolf, second mate: Verdella 1i6l'glllilll. keeper of the ship's log: Charles McCormick, the ship's bankerg and Eleanor Fritzsche. junior class representative. On the December Sail our ship gave a Christmas Party with all the trinnnings. "Matliclc Hop" was chosen as the name for the crew's dance. during' the January Jaunt. The connnittce members were Verdella Bergman, Charles Gorrell, Leah Nyifeler, Darlene Buslgirk, Ger- trude VVolt', Charles McCormick and Eleanor Fritzsche. The chaperons for the affair were Mr. Nulf, Miss Smith, DIL Eickhoff, Miss Cress, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey and Mr. and Mrs. McCormick. The great "lNIafTick Hop Expedition" was held in I"ehruary. and was declaired a great success on the Nine High Seas. Decora- tions added greatly to the atmosphere: cherries and hearts dangled from the spectrum ceilingg hatchets and cherries adorned the walls: silhouettes, hearts and cupids iinished the stage, while Lincoln's Cabin and George lVashington's picture added a touch of patriotism. The Captain and her crew awarded pins at the St. l,1ltl'lCliiS Banquet, to four of last year's high point crew and to three of this year's crew who had done outstanding services for their ship. Those crew inenihers were John Gitter, Evelyn Storni, Harold Branstrator. Lionel Schwan, Leah Nyffeler. Gertrude lvolf, and Charles Mc- Corinick. The Good Ship Pallette and Brush, promises at least one more good time on the high seasg this will he a picnic held in May. At the end of this jaunt the ship will tie up in harbor until fall for repairs and they will he ready for another hon voage. COMMERCIAL CLUB STANDING-.Miss Rinehart, Vivian Summers, Naomi Graham, Lucile Auman, Alma Starke, Margaret Strahm, Martha Kemmer, Dorothy Gebhart, Verdona Kennerk, Alfred Noble, Hazel Kennerk, Richard DeVilliers, Greba Cox, Lucille Wedler, Helen Sutorius, Mary jane DeVilliers, Marjorie Nell Harper, Edwin Fox, Dont Akers, Richard Crick, Ivan Wall, Ralph Snyder, Jane Strauss, Louise Houser, Robert Pond, Bob McCoy. SEATEDsAudrey Gejhart, Mildred Mason, Helen Engle, Dorothy Spice, Lucille Neumann, Russell Troxel, Virginia Coleman, Dorothy Demler, Vera Hoffman, Bob Arnold, Eugenia Spoerhause, Ardis Yentes, Edgar Noble, Mary Catherine Hadley, Jeanette Smith, Margaret Gongaware, Esther Robertson. "COMMERCIAL COASTER" SPEEDS ON HE last stop of the "Commercial Coaster", in the year 1933-34, was on May 10, at a banquet at Elmhurst High. New officers were installed, and speeches were made by the re- tiring and incoming officers. Pins were awarded to some of the passengers, who excelled in typing and bookkeeping. The newly installed otlicers were: Russell Troxel. as chief engineer: Ardis Yentes. his assistant engineerg Esther Robertson. accountant: Audrey Gebhart. ticket taker: and Mary Catherine Hadley. porter twhitej. The conductor was Miss Rinehart. Sixteen new passengers were taken aboard the "Commercial Coaster" on October 11, 1933. They were blindfolded. fed flour and salt. and branded with a 1'ed "C". Two of the new passengers. Georgia Prince and Bob Arnold. dressed in clothes befitting the opposite sex. After the initation a weiner bake was held. wherc everyone had a "dog-gone" good time. The next stop of the "Commercial Coaster" was at a dance. On November ith, the passengers and crew gave a "Prosperity Ball", with decorations featuring National colors and Ame1'ican flags. as a symbol of returning prosperity. An emergency crew was organized to secure the orchestra, decorate the ball-rooms, and advertise the dance. The club members and their guests danced to the rhytlnn of Don Yoder's orchestra. The crew made a proiit of 317.95 on this dance, with which to purchase typing and bookkeeping awards. The "Coaster" speeding onward toward the Christmas Holidays. caine to a slow stop on December 13, for another social function. a Christmas Party. Here another emergency crew was called into action to decorate a Christmas tree. plan an amusing program. and prepare the food for the passengers and crew. Games were played during the ea1'ly pa1't of the evening. Later very amusing gifts. as soap. neckties, pictures. and toys. were taken from the Christmas "grab-bagn. The evening all too soon came to a close, by everyone enjoying huge pieces of cake with whipped cream. and coffee. On Blarch 11, 1934, the "Commercial Coasterw halted for a very short tilne to have a meeting. The feature of the meeting was a most interesting. informal address. given by Professor J. O. Vtlinger. of Manchester College. After the address. the chief engineer. Russell Troxel. appointed special crews to plan a banquet to be held in April. The "Coaster" came slowly toward its iinal stopping place, on April 11. That evening a banquet was held. when a new crew was installed and typing and bookkeeping awards given to deserving passengers. The journey of the "Coaster,' of 1933-34. was a very successful one, and was enjoyed by all the passengers. GERMAN CLUB BACK ROW-Robert Spenn, Donald Moore, Paul Keminer, Charles Stuck, Donald Black, Charles Eickhofi. SECOND ROW-Ervin Wedler, Byrd Grear, Mildred Coleman, Mary Gilliii, Lucille Wedler, Greba Cox, Hans Seiber, Donald Kern. FIRST ROW..Alma Starke, Margaret Strahm, Vera Gerke, Marjorie Larimore, Della Mae Keller, Henrietta Meyer, Eugenia Spoerhause, Lucille Neumann. OFFICERS Ml:u'gzu'et Strahm. President IeIel1e1'iettu Meyers. Vice-President Paul Kemmer. Secretary -a S 11 r if I i Lv I E.. r :Q 9, I V Lv v VIL v' QM ' if A15 K Q' .- ri L 1. 2" I I F' , P1K.' ,Zi 1 vu 'g.fQ-lava' -9 sm -L-Trng 4 Kgs '33, A --4, ' J f ' X , wg 4 L, ,,n .e 5? ' U CRUISE OF THE SINGING FOOLS ONTACTW, called the mechanic. "Contact" answered the pilot. The mechanic whirled the propellorg and with a sputter and roar, the good plane. "Singing Foolsn. fin reality, Elmhurstls Glee Clubj rolled down the runway and took off for another year of song and laughter. Let us takeia look at the plane and its occupants. First. there was Miss Cress. the pilot. The basses performed the heavy motor work: the tenors. balancing the basses. corresponded to the airleon. Since an airplane can not flv without wings, the sopranos and altos served as that important part. Since the first landing in our cruise was November 15, the pilot lost no time in making the plane ready. VVith hard work on in- dividual parts, the pilot and crew gave a satisfactory performance. Additional overhauling by the pilot brought the crew's vocal machinery into precision and harmony. but even as the best-timed mechanism sometimes goes awry, the Christmas Cantata given Dec- ember 23. was not pleasing in all respects. The tableaus however. added effectiveness to our work. As a good pilot is not easily discouraged. the plane was rc- adjusted in preparation for another performance. This time. the crew gave "Glimpses Into Old Family Albums" for the Elmlnirst Community Club. On February 244. an operetta. "Flowers of Venezia" was p1'e- sented. All parts were carefully checked to see whether they were functioning just right. One part tried to outdo the other part with the result that the performance was not only pronounced a success, but really was a success. The major parts in this operetta were taken by: Marjorie Nell Harper, .lean Frahm. Dorothy Blonce. John Brittenham. David VVelch and Fred Goshorn. After a final reconditioning. the pilot led the crew in the Baccalaureate services, May 13. All in all, the ship came to a safe resting place and completed an interesting flight. somewhat rough at times. but jolly companions always make the weather fair. Idle hope that next year the good old plane, "Singing Fools". will make just as successful a flight. Perhaps some of us. like Phil Arick. will return to help it merrily Hy along. Q O . ' A sf Xi DIJDJDUUUEIDDDDDDDDDUDCIIJDD'JDDUUDDUUE!EIDDDDCADEIEDDDDJDCJEIDCIDDEDDDDDCEADDODDDDDCIDDDDDCIE1DUDDDLIIDUDDUSUDDDCJDCIDZJJDS ' 3' V L ME I Q, 0 U 1 UDCIJ. DDDUDCICJ'JDDUEIDCJUDULJUDDDDUDDDULJLIDEDDDUDDLJDULEUCJDDUUUEIDDUUU. DDD a . SEQ: '53 5 65 ia- 6' Wh 'W '!'Y 4 me . 'Q 'bg 1934 P v- ? 'Q N Q ii 4 . ' v- 5 , Published by THE SENIOR CLASS ...0f-- - ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL Fort Wayne, Indiana fi K YYY YXQW' .- .... n , .12 .....,,. rw, ff. ....... rn, REGINA DOMI BACK ROW--Mary Jane DeVilliers, Heather Owen, Jean Goble, Mary Carriger, Marilyn Fox, Alice Stroh, Ruth Clem, DeEtta Beck, Agnes Seidner, Ruth Seidner, Betty Monce, Lucille Lee, Delores Shives, Marjorie Hargrave, Dorothy Monce, Marjorie Nell Harper, Betty Br nton. SECOND ROW-Sue Miller, Alma Starke, Margaret Winkleman, Anna Mae Forschner, Ruth Heckman, Harriet Oyer, Betty Driver, Eleanor Fritzche, Dorothy Miller, Alba Davis, Orma Amstutz, Berneice Graft, Lucille Neumann, Margaret Strahm. FRONT ROWEI-len-rietta Meyers, Ruth Brittenharn, Donabelle McKinzie, Fred Groneau, Dale McKinzie, Hans Seiber, Charles McCormick, Margaret Braeuer, Hilda Ditzenberger, Miss Simon, Helen Sutorius, Helen Engle. ..,..3,1, .. REGINA DOMI STRESSES SERVICE AND FUN "Unch, did you feel a jar?" asked Sarie Peanut, lying coin- fortably in the waste basket in the school kitchen. "Yeah, feels as though Gales cleaning house. Oooh! I got a breath of fresh air. It must be spring. Ho hunil' yawned Gracie. "lVell. it's about time something was happening. lVe've had such line tiuies this year that this lull is too tanie. Did I, maybe. hear a whisper about a banquet!" "Good times! lVell, I guess yes. Do you renieniber the rough initiation at Ruth Cleu1's!" "Do If I can still feel that liver that was passed around in the dark. Ilow I loved that cod liver oil and flour mixture," Sarie answered. slirugging dislike. "You're right, but still that didn't spoil nly appetite for weiners and niarshuiallowsf' "Now wait until I get my rouge on straight, Sister Gracie. as Betty .Iean advised and then Illl demonstrate that spill lNIargaret Brauer took at our skating party." "And did I have fun helping Miss Simon skate! IVonder how many "wl1oops', she ejaculated! And Mrs. Roberts' talk, wasn't that interesting? And-and, oh that Hand' reminds me. I'd better be thinking up an after-banquet speech. The dainty table decora- tions, the well-planned menu and the formal installation of officers is a "swell" end for a year of helpful and enjoyable activities, don't you think so, Sarie 277 "Those VVO1'lIllXVl1ll6 VVorkers of the I-H club under Miss Simonls leadership won us some honors. too. Helen Sutorius en- tered the judging contest: Agnes Seidner, the health contestg and Blarjorie Nell Harper. the dress review. By winning the local and district demonstration contests. De- Etta Beck and llIarjorie Nell represented the club in the state contest at Purdue University by giving "Reduce IVithout Abuse". This is a long speech for me. but I must mention the otlicers of this club within a club who a1'e Audrey Gebhart. Agnes Seidner, IIelen Sutorius. Delitta Beck. and lIarjorie Nell Harper. Say. I ought to be in good training for that banquet." sighed Sarie. "Like marslnnallow frosting. good to the last bite." cautioned Gracie, "don't for get the Regina Domi othcers: Margaret Braeuer. president :Helen Engle. vice-president: Ilenora Branning, treasurerg Hilda Ditzenberger. student advisior. "Remember that among our forty-two members are two peanut brothers. Charles BIcCormick and Fred Groneau. IVasn't that tea they gave us splendid! And to think it is such a long time before we draw peanut sisters again. Hope I have such a nice pal next time. All this talk makes me quite sleepy y-lqnow-in, and two little peanuts dropped off to pleasant dreams. RIFLE CLUB BACK ROWiGlen Seivers, Richard Carriger, Wiltcn Raney, Bob Snyder, Glen Seip, John Brittenham, Charles Stuck, Hugh Wilson, Fred Goshorn, David Welch, Clarence Kelley, James Greenwalt. SECGND ROWfRuth Clem, Katherine Tapy, Maurice Robertson, Harry Lorenz, Waldo Alberts, james Wolf, Phil Rauner, Wendell Davis, Walter Lamboley, Berneice Graft, Betty Brinton, Mr. Haller. THIRD ROW-Audrey Gebhart, Ann Stoyanoft, Vera Hoffman, Lucile Auman-, Vivian McCoy, Bettie Beaman, Marjorie Hargrave, Arlene DeLancey, Elizabeth Porter, Josephine Thurber, Clotilda Prince. FRONT ROWHDonald Kern, Bill Hargrave, Frank Alberts, Paul Auman, Jack Oswald, DeWitt Porter, Ralph Shepler, junior Sievers, Charles McCormick. T 3.1,. OUTSTANDING MEMBERS RECEIVE AWARDS lf"l',l+lR adjusting the sights and altering the strap countless times, I had finally become settled and was ready to squeeze the trigger to send a shell through what could have been the absolute center of the target. when I was not only warned, but commanded to pull my bolt, that is adjust a C61't2ilIl mechanism on the clulfs lVinchester Rifle to insure the safty of anyone who might walk within my firing range. But isn't that just the way it always goes! The same thing had happened to me and many ot' the other club members hundreds of times all through the year of "Rifle Practice.', Ot' course this time it was not as disgusting as usual since a sight-seer was giving our range the once-overg we are always a trifle more lenient with anyone who appreciates our shooting gallery. 0h yes, we're proud of our outfit even if it does occupy one of the many lonely rooms in the basement of our hall of learning. It is directly off the furnace room. VVe have mattresses placed on two "wiggle-lessi' tables that support the shooters fifty-feet awav from the backstop on which the targets are strung. The backstop itself, a thick steel sheet, painted battleship gray, was purchased by the club sometime last year. Our targets are clearly illuminated by fioor lights, set into the fioor directly in front of the backstop. Yes, that red light by the door is a danger signal. It emphatically shouts to anyone coming from the boxing room or theatre, "Stop!,' If you neglect to do this, you will find yourself directly within our firing line. You know, our rifiemen hate to have their targets obliterated by some object, even if it is you. Not only that, it might prove very embarassing to you to have a bullet whistle past your knees. In spite of our poor showing in the county rifie meet, our team, consisting of Ruth Clem, Lou Anman, Jim VVolf, Hugh YVilson. Phil Rauner, iVilton Raney, Bill Hargrave, John Brittenham, and substitutes Ed. Hueslein and Charles Stuck. had quite a successful season, coming through to victory f'onr times out of seven. Our business is taken ca1'e of by Jim lvolf and Lou Auman. president and secretary-treasnrer respectively. The club boasts of fifty members. which includes nearly one-sixth of the school's en- rollment. Our parties have not been so numerous, since most of our time is taken up in practice and rifle meets with other high school teams. However we did manage to have an invitational weiner bake at the beginning of the first S6l!l6St6l'. According to custom, the boys stage a match with the girls at the end of the term to determine which sex must treat the winners. Last vear it was the lot of the boys to entertain the girls. This year, who iknows. maybe the tables will turn, but not if the girls can possibly help it. Aided bv Mr. Cook, Arcola's rifie coach and principal, Mr. Haller worked out a point system for the club. to determine which ritlemen deserve letters at the end of the year. This is the Hrst yeal for these awards, and three boys and two girls were honored. EC' 9 999 99,99 G. A. A. BACK ROWfHelen Fusselman, Hilda Ditzenberger, Helen Gongaware, Helen Sutorius, Mary jane DeVilliers, Vera Gerke, Marjorie Laiimore, Virginia Cassel, Ruth Seihold, Rilla Wilson, Lorraine Quackenbush, jane Epple, Ruth Seidner, Delores Shives, Dorothy Monce, Marjorie Nell Harper, Lucile Auman, Vera Hoffman, Audrey Gebhart, Ruth Clem. SECOND ROWgMartha Ellen Cress, joan Daniels, jane Strauss, Lucille Neumann, Eleanore Fritzche, Darlene Buskirk, Henrietta Meyer, Dorothy Spice, Virginia Coleman, Edna Wedler, Helen Engle, Mildred Mason, Anna Mae Forschn-er, Orma Amstutz, Verdella Bergman, Betty Driver, Harriet Oyer, Ruth jackson, Betty Ann Coolidge. THIRD R0WYMargaret Gongaware, Agnes Seidner, Helen Winkleman, Nadia Yovan, Mary Gilliff, Mary Elizabeth Welshimer, Gloria Kennerk, Margaret Braeuer, Elizabeth Porter, Betty McMahan, Phyllis Reed, Georgia Prince, Sue Miller. FRONT ROW-Betty Beaman, DeEtta Beck, Alma Starke, Amelia Yovan, Mary Carr'ger, Margaret Strahm, Vivian McCoy, Betty Monce, Ruth Brittenham, Doniahelle McKinzie, Clotilda Prince, Josephine Thurber, Lucille Coleman. GIRL'S BASKETBALL SEASON IS CLIMAXED WITH BANQUET The Elmhurst Girls, Varsity Basketball Team. with Ruther- ford Smutts as coach. opened the season with manv victories. Later in the season, however, they were defeated by Areola and Roanoke fheir victory over Hoagland brought the season to a close. The girls showed a lighting spirit in the County Tournament. which was held at Central High School January 26 and 27. Harlan was easily defeated in the opening game. Yvoodburn lost by a lop- sided score. Then, the girls met Arcola in the finals. They fought a l131'd battle and the score see-sawed until Arcola in the last few minutes of the game, came out in the lead. The Girl's Varsity was made up of a peppy group of girls com- posed of five seniors. three sophomores. two juniors. and five fresh- men. Concentrated practice resulted in a good record for accurate Hoor work. Elmhurst will lose live of these girls this year, but the others give splendid promise of cooperation and victory. The girls who received letters were: Spice, Mason, Beanian, Hoffman. Gebhart, Ditzenberger, M. Gongaware and Coolidge. These letters were awarded on a point system. M. Gongawere, Spice. and Coolidge received a bar on their letters for the additional yeai' they have played. Dorothy Spice was elected by the squad as Honorary Captain. Dorothy is a senior and is one of Elmhurstls high point forwards. The VV00dlJlll'll-Iflllll1l1l'St game of December 22 ended with a tie. Our girls had a good start in the first quarter but YVoodburn started to gain in the second quarter: the score ended 7-9. At the end of the third quarter the score stood 11-12, and when the final whistle blew the score stood 17 all. Both teams displayed good team work. The Harlan girls were defeated by the Elmhurst girls -L-L-15. Yvood- burn's defeat 33-13 on their own floor, January 5th cancelled our former tie. Although the Huntertown girls had the advantage of height, the speedfof Olll' girls won us a 27-17 victory over them. The season ended with the score Elmhurst 389, Opponents 315. A banquet was given by Mr. and Mrs. Smutts, Mr. and Mrs. Haller, lNIiss XVimmer, and Miss Rinehart Saturday night January 21 at the Coach's residence. The entire squad was present. g Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fox and daughter, Marylm. and hlr. George Nulf. BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL BACK ROW-Robert Pond, Elton Springer, Owen Allen, Russell Troxel, Ralph Snyder, George N ulf. SECOND ROWERobert Carriger, Paul Kemmer, Paul Baker, Robert McCoy, Charles Lauer. FRONT ROW-Mike Trott, Byrd Grear, Fred Groneau. -134.- MAY WE PRESENT GEORGE NULF-Coach Mr. Nulf has been the Trojan's only coach in the schoolls three years of existence. He worked very hard with the boys in turning out a winning ag'grega.tion. Having six of this year's varsity stars back for next year, Mr. Nulf and his boys should hang up a very im- pressive record. PAUL BAKER-''Homeru-Forward Due to Baker's good shooting and natural ability, he was able to score many points for the Trojans cause. His scoring was especially appreciated in the New Haven-County Tournament game. "Homer" still has another year to star for good old Elmhurst. ROBERT McCOY-"XVimpy"-Guard Although Bob wasn't a regular. he saw action in almost everv game. He was an all around basketball player. VVe are sorry that he will not be with us for another year. N ELTON SPRINGER-"Al'l-Forward Elton can play most any position that Mr. Nulf has for him. He is large and an average good shot. "Al" is spending his second vear on the varsity but still has another year to keep up the good work. OVVEN ALLEN-''Andy"-Forward Andy was the backbone of the Trojan's offense all year. For the entire season he had an exceptionally high mark of 103 points. Allen is a senior and will be missed by next year's team. RUSSELL TROXEL-"Russ"-Center "Russ" was the big boy who got that tap for the Nulfmen this year. His height was also a great advantage in taking rebounds fl'O,lll the backboards. Troxel had some tough luck when he was out of the line-up a month with a dislocated elbow which he suffered in the Dec- ember 22 YVoodburn game. His position. left open by his gradua- tion. will be difficult to fill. RALPH SNYDER-''Snitz"-Guard "Snitz" never failed to display a fighting spirit when called upon. He was an exceptionally good defenseiye man. YVe are sorry that he will not be with us another year. PAUL KEMMER-"Lefty"-Guard Paul is an exceptionally line shot and has considerable height. He helped to win many games for the good old Trojans this year. "Lefty', has concluded his third year on Coach Nulf's varsity and is now a junior. He will probably be a real star again 11ext year. FRED GRONAL'-''Freddy'-Forward Before the end of the season Gronau. only a sophmore. broke in- to the regular line-up consistently. Because of his lighting spirit and exceptionally good sniping. he was a real favorite to the fans. "Freddy', will be a leader in county basketball for the next two years. BYRD GREAR-''Gooseyn-Forward Quick. fast. natural ability. and good shooting are the chief char- acteristics of Grear on the hardwood. Although.Byrd wasn't a "reg- ular' all season. he was ever ready to help out if he was called upon. Grear has another year in school. MAURICE TROTT-''Mike'-Guard Although Maurice was small, he always kept his opponent from scoring. He never shirked, but was always faithful at p1'actices. His scoring was especially appreciated in the Harlan game here at Elm- hurst. YVe are expecting a great deal more from his next year. 1933-'34 SEASON BEST IN TROIAN HISTORY 1 'l he Trojans this year, enjoyed the most successful hardwood season in the rather short history of the school. Tl1ey opened the season on November 3, against the Roanoke Stonewalls. At halftime the Elmhurst five was leading 8-5, but the Stonewalls came back strong in the second half to win, 16-13. How- ever, this was only an inspiration for tl1e Nulfmen. as one week later they disposed of the Alumni in rather easy fashion. 26-1-L. The entire varsity saw action in this victory. The Harlan court remained a jinx to the Trojans as they went down to defeat in their third game of the season, 29-19. In the sixth game of the season the Trojans started a live game winning streak by upsetting the Arcola Greyhounds 18-17. The losers made a last-half bid for the victory but the winners, lead was too much to surmount. The following evening the boys traveled to New Haven to dis- pose of the Bulldogs in a "see-sawn battle 23-22. The Trojans, hold- ing a 12-10 lead at halftime, extended it to 19-10 as the third quarter was well under way. However. the VVhitemen came back with their usual determined last half drive. to forge ahead 21-19. Again the Trojans scored but again the losers went ahead on a foul shot. VVith eight seconds left to play. Allen scored on a follow-in shot to com- plete the eveuing's scoring. Final Score: Elmhurst 23, New Haven .pq Ou the evenings of December 15 and December 16 the boys play- ed Decatur Catholic and Hoagland. being victorious in both games. At Decatur the winners were forced to go two overtime periods before Snyder scored the winning goal for Elmhurst. The score was 21-19. lu the VVildcat game. the Trojan quintet, after leading most of the, wav. was forced to stave off a last quarter Hoagland comeback. lVhen the final gun rang the sco1'e stood 22-20 with Elmlmrst, of course, on the long end. In their final game of the 1933 campaign, Elmhurst defeated the lvoodburn sbT2i1'l'l01'S, 19-11. This contest was a test of the Nnlf- men's last half ability. Trailing 10-1 at halftime, after Troxell had dislocated his right elbow in the second quarter, the mighty Trojans "turned it on" i11 the second half to score eighteen points before the IVoodburnites were able to count. The losers were able to garner two goals after that point. ,The Elmhurst team lost their return game to the VVarriors on January 5. but one week later CEIIIIC back to nose out the very strong Butler live 28-22. Kemmer, veteran guard for Elmhurst, scored the winning field goal on the follow-in shot with eight seconds remaining to play. The next week-end. the Trojans lost twice to two very strong quintets in Leo and Central Catholic. Leo won in the last minute, 31-30. while the downtown boys used their entire ten in disposing of us, 31-17. In the 1'en1aining five games for the Trojans to play. Leo, Har- lan, Arcola, Concordia. and Hoagland, they won two and lost three. The victories were over Harlan in an overtime battle. 18-16, and the Greyhounds from Arcola, 18-13. The Xulfmen finished the season with a record of ten games won and ten lost. This was Elmhurst's best year thus far on the hardwood. This is the third basketball squad of the school. This is the record: Nov. 3-Elmhurst 13-Roanoke 16 Dec. 22-Elmhurst 19-Woodburn 14. Nov. 10-Elmhurst 26-Alumni 14. Jan. 5-Elmhurst 14-W00dbUrn 19. Nov. 17-Elmhurst 19fHarlan 29. jan. 12-Elmhurst 23vButler 22. Nov. 18-Elmhurst 21-Concordia 13. Jan. 17-Elmhurst 30-Leo 31. Nov. 29-Elmhurst 21-Petroleum 24. jan. 18-Elmhurst 17-C. C. H. S. 31 Dec 1NE1mhurst 21-Monroeville 28. Feb. 2-Elmhurst 27-Leo 35. Dec. 8-Elmhurst 18-Arcola 17. Feb. 9-Elmhurst 18-Harlan 16. Dec. 9-Elmhurst 23-New Haven 22. Feb. 16iElmhurst 18-Arcola 13. Dec. 15-Elmhurst 21-Decatur 19. Feb. 17-Elmhurst 21-Concordia 26. Dec. 16-Elmhurst 22-Hoagland 20. Feb. 23-Elmhurst 22-Hoagland 28. 4 HMWH- NULFMEN REACH SEMI-FINALS Ill their first tournament game. the Elmhurst boys played the 1Voodburn 1Varriors. The game was rather slow in the first period. but the fighting Trojans opened their attack at the start of the second quarter and from then on were never seriously threatened. The final score read: lfllmlmrst 28-VVoodburn 16. The YVoodburn quintet made but one tield goal the entire game. this coming two minutes before the final gun. This victory by the Trojans sent them into the second round of play against New Haven. r llhe Trojans held their old jinx on Paul YVhite's New Haven Bulldogs by upsetting them in the final game of the second round. 231-141. The Bulldogs never were ahead of the winners but were able to knot the count two different stages in the battle. Elmhurst was ahead at halftime. 11-6. Immediately after the start of the third quarter. the XXYl1lt6lll6'I1 tied it up, 11-11. However, from that time on the Trojans kept increasing their lead until the final gun. Baker lead the Trojans' scoring in this game, registering four field goals Allen Cozrrfif Public Library 900 Vtlehtiar Street PO Em Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270 ,..... ...... Lv FCREWORD -4 One "Anlibrum" has come and gone the way of ff' all annuals: and the second of this series, newly f finished, now awaits your approval. The many happy days and dear friends we have met during . fi f our search for knowledge have been transcribed and 2 Sf pictured upon these following pages, in order that we may show our deep appreciation oi the school and lf' what it has done for us. Ii, after exploring this annual, 3 you feel a glow of good-will towards the school and its pupils, if a deeper understanding is established between yourself and the doners of your education, even though 4 2 some of you have just completed your first year of 5 9' Q 4 high school and have not had time to think seriously 5 about this problem of education, this year book will Ei, have served its purpose. WE N ,. Contents 1 THE SCHOOL THE SCHOOL LIFE Q Editor-in-Chief ..... ..... L ucile Auman 5 Business Manager .... ....... F red Goshorn F I A , S1VIiss Letha Falls , cf acu ty dvisors .... ..... L Mr. Minor Myers S .... if ..,,,,. vw, ...... ...... and one charity toss. By this victory the Elmhurst quintet went to the semi-finals against Arcola. lilmhurst was forced to defeat by the Arcola Greyhounds in one of the two semi-final games of the county tourney on Saturday after- noon. It was a tired Trojan quintet, worn out to a great extent by the New Haven tilt. that gamely battled the winners all the way. The tired Elmhurst boys led a belated offense in the last quarter that almost tied the boys fl'0lll Arcola but were Sl101't by two points. The final score read: Arcolais Greyhounds 18-Elmhurst Trojans 16. ---,g 1...- VARSITY BOYS PLAY IN TOURNEY The Nulfmen realized an ambition this year in Sectional Tourney play that they had never before realized in the rather short history of the institution. That was winning their first round gaine. advancing them to the second round of play. This year they defeated the Huntertown VVildcats in the first game of the tourney. 21-18. The winners started off with a field goal by Gronau and kept right on battling. However the Hunter- town boys, led by Frick, put on a rally to trail by only four points at the main intermission, 13-9. In the last half the VVildcats kept right on fighting and with three minutes left to play in the ball game pulled into an 18-17 lead. This completed the Huntertown scoring. VVith two minutes to play Allen scored two shots from the free-throw lane when fouled, and Troxel scored on a follow-in shot. Final score- lfllmhurst 21-Huntertown 18. lilmhurst was defeated by the strong South Side Archers in the first game of the second round of play. The ltlacmen led in scoring' by Nelson. lanky forward. were never seriously threatened. The Archers had matters well in hand at all points in the contest. At the half the winners had piled up an 18-5 lead largely due to Nelsonis charity tosses. Coach Nulf used his enti1'e varsity in an effort to stop the offensive of the South Side boys. The final score was 33-20. RESERVES HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAR Due credit should be given and shown to the boys who played as members of the Elmhurst Reserves the season just past. All ot' these boys worked hard and gave a lot of valuable time in contributing to the success of the team, which finished the season with a record of ten victories out of fifteen played. These boys did very well in playing such teams as Petroleum. New Haven. Leo. and Monroeville. YVe know they can be T1'ojan varsity stars in coming basketball seasons. The Freshmen on the "B" team were Don Scherer, YValdo Al- berts, Bob Gebhart and Harry Lorenz. Those Sophs and Juniors on the team were La Hue Reddin. Bud Beaman. Dale McKinzie. Bob Carriger, and Dick Carriger. --341 BASKETBALL POPULAR WITH TROJANS The Trojans boast one of the best diamond squads in the county. Varsity baseball was initiated last spring here at Elmhurst and has been one of the favorite sports with the student-body since that time. Last spring the team played five games. and in the fall. they played seve1'al games. The 1933 County Diamond Championship was lost to the Monroeville Cubs. Powelson worked on the mound the entire game for Monroeville. while Lauer and Springer divided the Trojans' hurling duties. The Nulfmen will be very strong in com- ing seasons. The nine men most often used by Coach Nulf were: McCoy. lst: Trott. 2nd: Scherer. ss: Hargrave. 3rd2 Snyder. c: Springer. p: Kemmer. c.f: Stuck. 1'.f: and Alberts, l.f. Other men who played for the Trojans were: Miller. Troxcl. Mchlaken, Thomas, Hueslein, Norris. Homer Oyer, and Becker. -T99 GIRLS' VARSITY BACK ROW-Audrey Gebhart, Helen Fusselman, Ruth Clem, Helen Gongaware, Dorothy Spice, Rutherford Smutts. SECOND ROWajoan Daniels, Hilda Ditzenberger, Mildred Mason, Margaret Gongaware, Bettie Beaman, Vera Hoffman. FIRST ROW-Betty Ann Coolidge, Nadia Yovan, Amelia Yovan. GIRL ATHLETES HAVE OUTSTANDIG YEAR HE annual G. A. A. Dance, which was held April 7, was a huge success. The theme of the dance was in keeping with the name "Parade of the Prints". Dorothy Spice was general chairman. The decorations under the skillful management of Jane Strauss, were very unique. The other committee chairmen were: Lucile Neumann, orchestrag Elizabeth Porter, publicitvg nIlldI'6I1 Mason, prograing Marjorie Nell Harper, ticket, and Mar- garet Gongaware, poster. The purpose of the Girl's Athletic Association is to create an interest in wholesome gymnastics and athletic activities. This club was formed in 1931 and, under the direction of Miss Cress, has had three successful years. The club has eight officers who compose the executive board. They are: President, Dorothy Spice, Vice-President. Margaret Gongawareg Secretary, Dorthea Monce: Treasurer, Miss Cressg ltlanager of Sports, Margaret Strahmg 1'll'6Slllll2iI1 and Sophomore Representatives. Betty Beaman and Betty Ann Coolidge, respec- tively: and Manager of Points, Lou Auman. Sports are divided into two classes. namely, major and minor. The major sports are basketball, baseball. speedball, volleyball and track. Tennis,4tumbling, hiking and roller skating are the minor sports. The awards are made on Recognition Day. ,The conditions governing these awards are health, discipline. technical skill and perfect gymnastic record. Awards are made according to a point system. Every girl must ea1'n 1200 points before she is eligible to receive her award. The girl with the highest total of points at the end of her high school career is given the honor of having engaved upon a cup, her name and year of graduation. The cup is a per- manent possession of the G. A. A. Those who have received this honor so far are: Evelyn Parkison '32, Lucille Metcalf '33, and Dorothy Spice '34, Those girls who have already received their G. A. A. letters are Margaret Gongaware, Vera Hoffman, Jane Strauss, Dorothy Spice. Virginia Coleman, Agnes Seidner, Alma Starke, Vera Gerke, Eliza- beth Porter, Amelia Yovan, and Lucille Neumann. Approximately ten girls will receive their letters in May. Every girl is urged to join this club because it will help her to t1'ain her body and to prepare her for later life. The club offers a variety of different sports, so each girl can pick the sport or sports in which she excels. l 2 3 4 J fi 7 8 Sl 10 ll I2 13 ll 1.3 Ili 17 18 lib 20 .pl 22 23 24- 2:1 ill 27 nnufuu "Your ineniory shall shine like the lll01'lltI1g'-St2ll'." PX4 liftun luring Oct. 11. 1915-Aug. 2-11. 1933 PF up Qbper Sept. 7. 1915-Nov. 9. 1933 ALUMNI Phillip Arick. '33 ...... ..... ' 'Diggiiig' Up The Dirt" Dulla Asehlnnan. 32. .. ..Aclvanee Business Manager Dorothea Auuian, '32 .... ,.... ................ S a lutatorian Fern Beanian. '32 ...... YVinner of Morris Plan Essay Contest Margaret Beernian, '32 ....................... Short Stories Blareus Blair, '32 ....... Harold Branstratur. '33 .... xvlllfllllil Brittenhani, '33. .. Duane Brown. '33 ..,.... Grace Carsten. '32 .... 1+'ranklin Cotton. '32. .. Dorotha Crall. '33 .... Teil Davis, '33 ....... Millie DeVilliers. '32. .. Lynn lfliekliolf, . . Helen lflversule. '32, .. . .Varsity Basketball ...Class President '32 . . .Eclitor of Aclvange . . . .Class Basketball . . ."Cyelone Sally" . .Varsity Basketball .... .. ...Home Ee. Club ."IJli,Q'g'lllg' Up The Dirt" ...Public Speaking Class . . . . . .Class President '32 . . . . . .Valeclietorian Russel 1+'airlielcl. '32. .. .......... Varsity Basketball Glenn Felinlee, '32. . . . . .Varsity Basketball Manager Hubert Gillie, '33, . . . . ......... Varsity Basketball lid Gillie, '32 ...... ................ X 'arsity Basketball Donald Gillie. '32. . . . .Business Manager for Senior Play John Gitter. '33 ...... ................. f Xrt Scholarship Ahleen Gushorn. . . .... "Cyclone Sally" Lillian Heiniing, '33, . . . . .Eclitor of Advance Georgia Hrnnsher, '32. . . . . ........ Rifle 'l'ea1n Martha Hunisher. '32, . . ............ Art Scholarship Josephine Hoover, '33. . . . . .Comniercial Club Secretary f2SJ. 210 E31 E3i2 3353 Z3 1 23.3 2345 337' 3323. 2351 fltl -L 1 :LIZ -L23 -L-4 -L.J. -ill. -LTV. -123. -L53 1513 .5 1 Iii! .923 ii-4 JJ. - 1 .JtJ. .3'7 S325 .223. Clifford-Jackson, '32 Fay Kelley, '33 ...... Clifton Loring. '33, . . Victor lNIcCoy, '33. . . Lucille Metcalf, '33.. Elnora Osterinan, '32, Maurice Oyer, .... . . . ......... "Cyclone Sally" Digging Up The Dirt" President of RiHe Clnb . ........... Varsity Basketball .... Sharpshooter on Rifle Team . . . .............. "Cyclone Sally" . . .......... Four Vear Honor Roll Roy Oyer. ....................... "Digging Cp the Dirt" Evelyn Parkison. '32. Twyla Poornian. Elroy Pond. '32 ..... Yvonne Pond, . . Evelyn Pribble, YVayne Pribble. . . Edgar Raney, .... . . . . . . .Hign Point Girl in G. A. A. '32 . . . .................. Advance Staft .. . . . . . . . . . . ."Cyclone Sally" . . .First President of Home Ec. ..........Urchestra . . . . . .Class Basketball Elizabeth Robertson. '32 .... .... B and and Orchestra Jay Robertson. . . Beth Rousseau. . Lionel Schwan. . . Dainon Sheffer. '32 . . . .Varsity Basketball . . . . . . . .Salntatorinn . . . .Class President '33 Mildred Shropshire, .... ......... C 1. A. A. Adolph Schilling. '32 .... ........ ' 'Cyclone Sally" LaValle Slater, ....... ......... ' fyping Awards Dorothy Jane Snyder. '33. . . . . ."Miss Cherry Blossom" Genevieve Snyder. '33 .... .."Digging Cp the Dirt" Leland Stephan. '33 ..... .............. ........ l 3 and Evelyn Storm. ..... .......... P resident of Art Club Earl'Tracv, '33 ....... ...Advance Advertising Manager Pearl Trofiel. ........ ............... . -Xnlibruin Editor Geraldine VValters, .. .............. Varsity Debater Marv VVilson, ....... . . .Senior Editor for Anlibrinn WINNERS OF POPULARITY CONTEST RALPH SNYDER, Senior DIARTHA KENIBIER, Senior DUKE TROTT, Junior GEURGIANA DAVIDSON, Junior FRED GRONEAU, Sophomore BETTY ANN COOLIDGE, Sophomore DICK PARKISON, Freshman MARJORIE HARGRAVE, Freshman ai ANLIBRUM TOP ROW-Marilyn Fox, Audrey Gebhart, Vivian Summers, Naomi Graham. SECOND ROW-Fred Goshorn, Betty Brinton, Louise Houser, Leah Nyffeler Mr Myers FRONT ROW-Helen Engle, Miss Falls, Oletha Griffith, Lucile Auman, jean Frahm james Wolf. --?34 ANLIBRUM STAFF Editor - Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Activities Editors Literary Editor - Art Editor - Lueile Aunian Oletha Gritlitli Betty Brinton Jean Fralun - Marilyn Fox N Louise Houser - - Vivian Sununers Robert Pond - Naomi Graham - Leah Nyffeler Circulation Manager - James YVolf Business Manager - Fred Goshorn Advertising Manager - Helen Engle , . Minor Myers I4 aculty Advisors t lietlia Falls LAURELS lilmhuhst has applied for, and received a chapter in the National Honor Society. To be eligible, a school must have highest classifica- tion possible and must be a member of the North Central Association of Secondary Schools. N 'lo be selected a member of this honor society is the highest scolastic honor a pupil may receive. Fifteen percent of the graduates. and live percent of the juniors. in their sixth Sf:3lllCStB1', are eligible. Selection is based on the following points: scholarship. leader- ship. service. and character. Mr. Eickhoif. Miss Falls. Miss Cress, and Mr. Haller compose the committee that selects the deserving pupils. Miss Falls is sponsor of the society. 'l'he following' seniors had the honor of becoming members of this society: Fred Goshorn. Uletha Griffith. Martha Kennner. Leah Nyffeler. lflsther Robertson. and lflugene Roniey. The three juniors worthy of lllC'llll3C1'SlllP were: Robert Carriger, Robert Spenn, and Mary ltllizabeth VVtflSllllIlCl'. Four year honor roll: Don Akers, Fred Goshorn, Uletha Griffith. Mary Catherine Hadley. Martha Kemmer. Leah Nyffler. ltlsthcr Robertson. ltlugene Romey. and A1'dis Yentes. Valedictorian-Klletha Griffith. Salutatorian-Ardis Yentes. Pupils who have made the honor roll since they have attended lfllmhurstz Seniors: Uletha Griffith. Leah Nytfeler, Eugene Romey. Edna lVedler. Ardis Yentes, Betty Rrinton. Robert Carriger, Mar- jorie Nell Harper. Elizabeth Porter. Katherine Tapy. Sophomores: .lean Fralnn. Freshmen: Frank Alberts. lNIarilyn Fox. Elizabeth l"rahm. May Gibson. Jean Goble. Helen Gongaware. Maurice Robertson. Neleana Sanders. Honors in 41-H Club VVork: Marjorie Nell Harper and DeEtta Reck. Agnes Seidner-- County's healthiest girl. Home ilflc. High Point Girl-Helen Sutorious. G. A. A. Letter Girls: Vera Hoffman. Jane Strauss, Dorothy Spice, Virginia Coleman. Agnes Seidner. Alma Starke. Vera Gerke. Elizabeth Porte. G. A. A. Loving' Cup-Dorothy Spice. Advance Awards: Bill Conn, Helen Engle, Bob Pond. A Art Club Pins: Harold Brandstrator. Evelyn Storni, John Gitter, Lio11el Sehwang 1934--Cl1arles BlCC0l'llllCli, Leah Nyffeler, Gertrude YVolf. Fort lVayne Art School Scholarship for 1934--Leah Nyffler. Basketball Letternianz Owen Allen. Ralph D Snyder. Russel Troxell, Paul Keininer, Maurice Trott, Paul Baker. Byrd Grear. Elton Springer. Bob McCoy. Credit i11 "Aw Club: Mike Trott, Bill IIZl1'g1'2lVC', Charles Lauer. Dale BlC1ilIlZl6. Ed Hueslein. Bill Link Fred Groneau. John Britten- hzun. Cllurles Engle, Gene Houser. Leroy Norris. Scholastic Magazine Articles: Book Review--Uletlia Griffith: Student 19011111l-RlL'll2ll'Kl Crick, Gloria Kennerk. Quill and Scroll nienibersliipz Uletha Grii1'itl1, Bol1 Arnold. .lane Strauss and Lucile zxlllllilll. ' COI1llllt'l'Clill Awards-Advanced Typing Pins: flklld-Xvlfgllllil Coleman: SllX'Cl"-Ellg'6l1lil Spoerhase. Esther Robertson. Edith Swank, Ardis Yentes. Edgar Noble: Bronze-Mildred Blason. Edgar' Noble, Lucille NCUIIIZIIIII. Dorothy Deniler, Dorothy Spice. Blary Catllerine Hadley, Alill'Q'ill'6t cQ0llg'iUV3l'C. Russell Troxel. Edna Pxledler, Helen Engle. Begiiining Typing Pins: Bronze-Dorotliy Bowers. Margaret Brneuer. A12ll'jl'rl'lC Lziriniore. Alfred Noble, Mary Gilleff. Ilildn 1JliZf,'lllJt'1'gC'l'. Bookkeeping' thighest :1ve1':1g'eJ: IIOIIICI' Uyer. Dorothy Geb- hurt. Sl1U1'tll2llltl thigllest 2lYCl'il5.Q'ClZ First yeau'-Hilda Ditzenberger. Second' year-Ardis Yentes. Nzntionnl 1"orensie League Pins: Ulethu Gritlitli and Bob Arnold. Eligible for lllCllllD61'SlllpZ Bob Spenn. Georgizunizi Davidson. Elizabeth Porter. and Elizabeth XXYClSllt'llllC:'l'. Rifle Club Letters: Lueile Annian. Ruth ClClll. 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O. lilclntyrej Bob lNIcCoy has stickers for parking from 29 countries ...... At least Ervin lNIcNamara does not have insomnia. ...... Mary E. Kan Kamp Carriger Kemmer Seiber Brittenham Black has just left on a honeymoon with Ivan VVall. ........ James VVolf talked Judge Esther Robertson out of jail sentence. This is the first time in history that a man did talk a woman out of anything ....... Due to his wife's influence, Robert Pond, sports writer for the N. Y. Times, has quit setting his hair to attract attention. ...... The former editor of the Elmhurst yearbook is now editing the "National Baby ltiaga- zine." ...... Perry Kennerk, always in good spirits, now owns 50 coal yards, maintaining things are never as black as they look. ..... . Jane Strauss is now playing opposite Robert Gillie in "Tin Pan Parade." ...... Tulie Neumann, famous swimmer, started her career in a watering tank in the barnyard. ...... Uletha Griihth, pioneer educator, is sponsoring a school in which note books, one of her pet peeves, are not used. ...... Louise Houser, famous comedian, is now employed as advertizer of Austins by driving one up and down Cal- houn Street every day except Sundays. ...... Lefty Kemmer now tries to collect his fire insurance, when his face becomes overburdened with heat. ...... Edgar B. Noble doesn't know who is the greater. Ardes Y. or George VVasl1ington-They both have a birthday on the same day. ...... For hospitality, try visiting Eugenia and Edwin Fox. ...... Charles Lauer started his career as wrestler when he drew circles around Mr. Jeffrey in Geometry. ........ Martha Kemmer lVelch only hopes her little son, David Jr. will make as good a radio announcer as his Pa. ...... Mary C. Hadley, recently elected presi- dent of the B. O. M. lBe an Old Maidj Club, has been thrown out- Headline. ...... Ann Stayonoif, the National Rifle marksman win- ner, started her career when she declared she'd shoot Don Nyffeler. . . . . . .Miss Falls, noted Englationologist, declares her great aim in life is to reside on t'Nuttman" Ave. when she 1'etires. ...... Verdella Bergman attributes her great ability to talk to the large quantities of alphabet soup fed her when she was young. ...... Do1'a lNIclNIaken. the Scotch master mind on real lll3.HOllVC1'S, is inventing a rocket plane that defies heat, so he can visit the underworld with out paying the boatman on the River Styx. ...... Mr. Eickhoif, famous warden of Sing Sing, began his career as overseer of the Elmhurst High School Detention Room. ...... Dale lNIcKinzie, inventive chef of the lValdorf-Astoria Hotel in New York, has just recently edited a book on new recipes, which includes his delicious specialty, "Stuffed Frog's Ears." ...... Miss Liz Porter, well known educator, thinks that bv increasing the number of lamps in schools, more light will be thrown on such subjects as solid geometry. ...... Audrey Gebhart eats garlic every meal so she may retain her title as man-hater. ...... Vivian Summers, the girl with all those curves never takes more than 3 hour's exercise in her reducing machine on moonlight nights. ...... A new fad, style shows for men, in which Floyd Heckman, Richard Crick, and Bob Spenn are taking part, is now showing at Murphy's 5 and 10c store. ...... Blaggie Gongaware, a member of the varsity of '34 is 11ow the successful gym instructor at Yale University. ...... Fred Goshorn, new operatic star, began as a chorus-boy in the Elmhurst Glee Club. ...... LaRue Reddin often goes four nights in a row without sleeping, but he relaxes and is refreshed. ...... Ralph Snyder is being sued by his fifth wife for divorce, due to his not having been an Elmhurst Skilleteer. ...... Ruth Clem, the "Question and Ans- WVGIJ, woman of radio fame. is the proud mother of ten. ...... Hans Sieher, who is now traveling thru out the country trying to find out why snails do not have tails, is carrying out his old habit of curiosity which was started when he was a small boy in dresses. ...... Jimmy Durr, famous criminal lawyer, lost his fiftieth consecutive case. ..... . Don Akers has been expelled from Purdue for leading the students in rebellion against tests. ...... Helen Engle. a speedy talker is fast assuming her position as Edna VVallace Hoppe1"s successor. ..... . Cha1'les McCormick's lady friend is some one he can look up to, but unfortunately, she can, if she chooses, look down upon him.. . Helen Fusselman is now selling stock for her egg infirmary. ' u '."' ul, ,bil '4 t- T e x .1 'ui' i ' .ln AMW! 'N J I 4 Il, ig ,fry ' . , if --f 1 I 1155, :- Q' v 4' I k - i ' - W. . '5' .--an 1,. +I' 4 . , -. I .iff Lt- 14. K - A J 5-in 3' 1' - 1.5 'fi - -ie 4' 'ii-1 ' V - P A 3 -I ' I . A , v .M . so ,,f.' . fl -'-r F' H' 1' n :5 fffuhtg 7 . K -Yr I 1.11 ' 'v K. aj 1:1 . f .J -. . -N' "9 J-31, N . 35.1 1 s..--3--4 2 . .'l-46 Q' 4 I l ,li ,...... 29 qi., .... , 21, :P Qi, ...... ,E-.u,2P gy . at Why Do You 'Q Save S5 To 15 is l At Suedhoff 81 Butler? ff ' if MANY things enter into operating cost of a store...rental of building is an important 2 item. Any Fort VVayne real estate man will tell 2 Q Sf you that our saving on rent alone is more than 'Q 4 S3300 per month because of our location. In other words, if we were located in the 900 block on Cal- ES houn street we would have to pay S3300 lll0l'C 2 EVERY BIONTH. You eertainlv have to sell .5 a lot of clothes to make up this difference. Then we buy differently...having cash at our command. we constantly take advantage of BREAKS. Factories need cash to meet bills. .. our New York office hears of these things and so f ix the dlCli6I'lIlg begins. All ot these things make it i possible to offer you more QUALITY. STYLE lg gl and GREATER SELECTION for LESS N Moxlav. -To All Elmhurst Graduates- 3' In years to come, remember that personal appearance makes a lot . of difference in your success. Shabby clothes, shirts with fringed KZ collars and cuffs, greasy hats and spotty ties will never bring advanzement or more pay in the envelope. You'll find those at the ' top of the ladder or climbing towards the top are well-dressed . . . and you can dress well for little money at this store. A 1 Men'sWear SUEDHDFF-BUTLER ' IOII Calhoun JL The Home of Hart Schaffner 8: Marx and Other Good Clothing F iq u-71, ....... -N, ........ JT ...... 71,67 ...... TLJT ...... fb! ...... if ...... 71,117 ...... D ""' ? li ei Compliments of g NOBLE'S HOME STORE E VVaynedale, Indiana 3' in 5 ' VS S SSS S Q gg Compliments of 76 WAYNEDALE SUPPLY co. 4 VVaynedale, Indiana tb Q! m F ' Y' W 7 "" 72" """ ' ' 27 nY 'V , Compliments of C. E. STUCK Sand 85 Gravel Co. b ' vVlI1Cl1CSt6l' Road F ' S W ifmi " SMSSS SSSSSSSMS S5 1, RAZZBERRIES Y m y give them to me-lBUT vu Sen them to You Q LIONEL .SCHWAN R d Raspbeiiiillipllflllll 1Szii?xilmer-Fre h! CLASS of '34 3, May Health, Happiness and 3 Success be yours always. If ELMHURST GROCERY I'1lIIll1llI'St Drive R. R. No. 8 ...... Fl, Ji ...... 31, Ji ..,... Ji ...,.. H, 'Ji .,.... Fb"Ji ...... H,"'J5 ...... Pb' J? ......- -J gl CITIES SERVICE TOWER STATION Q iq OUR SPECIALTY-Expert Grease jobs - - - 500 TIRE REPAIR ------- 25c 1 2, BATTERIES CHARGED - - - - - Soc GJ Also a Complete Line of U. S. Tires and New and Used Batt le When in Waynedale don't forget a tankful of that good hght t K 1 motor Gasoline, which sells at the price of regular. LUNCHES, CANDIES AND COLD DRINKS Q THE CITIE'S SERVICE TOWER Tel. I-I-20067 Waynedale, Indiana Homer Crowl P p. 5 A STAT eeeeesewe + A-A an aeeee E Q Compliments of MAIN AUTO SUPPLY co. li Fort lVayne, Indiana I v 4 HomeofWOWO If 3 'Q 4. ' FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Bedding and Vegetable Plants in Season :I Call BROADVIEW GREENHOUSE ' 1 II-3346 V mi-s. I e If -o 4 f. Compliments of HOMEYER GROCERY Fort YVayne, Indlana 4 f All +4 all I ffl I I I I ' MELIGS I I s We save all that can be safely saved on Glasses ri 5' 'A w 4 ir. - 101 w sr WAYNE STREET Xczfxnfxcy' -.. -- , J!'iQU2Z'T ..,.,. .m.:1, 6, Compliments of ....,. ...... -.. cgargwgnwq AM rear-rarru.. . nm , ' MA L we .. in Ei2KH "tx Us DLA -A-Eg 1---LA gf Ross sz WALSH 34 JEWELERS 1 31 1009 South Calhoun StreetiC1ose to Washington St. Fort Wayne, Ind. A D. O. McCOMB 8z SONS ' 31 FUNERAL HOME "A McComb Service Is a Remenlbered Service" Electrically '111'2:lI1SC1'1bC'd Organ Dlusic in Funeral Home ,Q AMBULANCE SERVICE 9' Anthony 9110 1110 Lake Anthony 35093 . 1 SS 5 ff -4 A FRIEND LV 5 51' if CAI.,EY'S REPAIR SHOP 5 AUTO TOP AND SHOE REPAIRING NP SMALL TRAILERS BUILT FORT WAYNE, INDIANA Q ff Phone A-2331 55 NATIONAL MILL SUPPLY CO. . Factory, Mill, Electrical, Plumbing and Heating Supplies Automotive Equipment, Radios, Paint and Oil 1- Fort Ivayne, Indiana '-E WAYNEDALE STANDARD OIL STATION Corner Huntington and Bluffton Roads 5 Standard Red Crown Super Fuel-Extra Energy at no additional cost ,..Possibly Less!-TRY IT! We have all grades in Polarine and Iso-Vis-D Let Us Grease Your CarW50c THEO. RANEY Sa SON Prompt and Courteous Service Waynerlale, Indiana ' ' "' 'W ' ' ' 'A ' " Ss BRUDER-CALHOUN CO. PIONEER JEWELERS Calhoun street, c orner Wayne Fm Wayne, Indiana ei ,: , I ,I I A I I ,ppplp ,A p Compliments of N THE WAYNEDALE GARAGE IVaynedale. Indiana COIIIPIIIIICIIIS of 5 SANDPOINT FILLING STATION AND GROCERY lg Sandpoint Road H-260.57 yr: J? ....... Ji ....... N, J? ...,... 31, "IF ......, Fb"'Jf- ...... Ft,"'nFl ....,. 'Ji ..,,. .AJ D " THE WAYNEDALE PHARMACY IT Drugs Stationery Fountain Pens and Eversharps cn Pencils Leather Wallets Fishing Tackle and Hunting License IJ Cigars Candies OUR GOOD WISHES TO GOOD OLD Q , ELMI-IURST 76 I MILLER CANDY COMPANY Iobbers of Everything in fg CANDY as L ll' KAYSER 85 COMPANY FINE Foons ' M v i I I Compliments of WEYRICK FILLING STATION 5 U. S. 24 and Miller Road yt Good RCf1'6ShlllCI1tS-DIIIC and Dance at THE VILLAGE INN If Bluffton Road at the City Limits COI1lpIllllCIltS of REDDING'S DAILY MARKET Rivermet Drive 5 ...... ...... 3' wa CONGRATULATIONS fix CLASS OF '34 fi L, ix SANDPOINT CREENHOUSE yf Sandpoint Road .5 Q Q J 6 Ss pf., fi 132 E. Washington Street Si Will Make You a Good Portrait qi 3 8x10 For Only 53.00 I K Eight Proofs Q ONE OIL COLORED I iii 'Q ali E I C : ' 'T 45 ...... .nzC...m, .nf .... CRON'S STUDIO xg :' 'Q , CONEY ISLAND 131 West Main THE BEST CHILE PIE AND HOT DOGS SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DOSWELL FLORAL COMPANY, Inc. 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