Elmhurst High School - Anlibrum Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Class of 1939
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GUNTHAGTUHS UEHEUT UUUPEHATIVE LABUH ANU PLAY
PAUL HALLER, our genial head
contractor, blueprints our courses
and supervises and integrates the
social, economic, and governmental
projects of our vital building unit.
LETHA FALLS, adviser of the
graduating engineers in their social,
dramatic, and editorial endeavors
leads the Latineers in inscribing de-
clensions and English students in
razing "ain't" from their vocabu-
IEAN ADAMSON, associate - di-
rector of the recreational department,
entertains the Workers and their
families with cantatas, operettas and
dances. Her enthusiasm has made
G. A. A. a major activity and kept
the girls in trim. She also instructs
the freshmen in the language - build-
MATILDA AUMAN, is the com-
mercial adviser of the Elmhurst Con-
tracting Company. ln her courses,
she fits workers for fine secretarial
positions. By unanimous vote, she
superintends the active Commercial
Club and sophomore class.
L. L. BRUMIT, an efficient crafts-
man, starts the workers off by pound-
ing into them the fundamentals of
building. As a diversion from his
workshop, he serves as sponsor of
the Industrial Arts Club and tho
newly-organized Casting Club.
CHARLES ElCKHOEF manages to
weave Cf e r rn a n , sharpshooting,
ancient history, jug-keeping, and
magazine campaigns into a lively
tapestry shot with his ingratiating
humor and booming laughter. He
and Mr. Haller are hunting compan-
DONALD FRYBACK, the baton-
waving member, has contributed
much toward the success of the
band. With lively marches, he puts
pep into the basketball games. Due
to his coaching the Trojan softball
ten Won many games.
PAULINE HOLL, through her ably-
conducted courses of English and
public speaking, trains many force-
ful speakers and debaters. She also
aids the Advance staff in publicizing
school events and progress.
EDNA SELLS, head of the decora-
tive department aids in the orna-
mentation of attractive alcoves
throughout the building, The inter-
play of light and shadow is stressed
in her classes.
LENORA SIMON turns out excel-
lent interior decorators and home-
makers and through her advising
of the Regina Domi produces girls
with charming personalities. She
also instructs the Workers in biology.
WAVELAND SNIDER, construc-
tional engineer, builds up the men
and makes them "hard as nails."
He has taken the Trojan Five
through many victories. He also
drills the Workers on the fields of
Bull Run and Gettysburg.
RACHEL STEIBER, secretary, re-
cords the progress of the structural
workers from the time they are sent
to work by the stockholders until
they have graduated as full-fledged
RUTH WIMMER is the diminutive
member of our contracting company.
She instructs future chemists. Her
first aid work has Won Elmhurst
much recognition this year. She
teaches geography, math, safety,
health, and is co-adviser with Mr.
Wisner of the Phy-Chem Club.
HOWARD WISNER has the re-
sponsibility of watching over the
structural workers when they begin
their labors. He aids a large group
of mathematicians in determining
dimensions, Weights, measures, and
in making the Advance financially
HUW FIRM A FUUNDATIUNH
Top Row: Paul Halle-r, Letlia Falls, lean Adamson.
Fourth How: Matilda Auman, L, l.. Erumit, Charles Exclzhoff.
Third Row: Donald Frylgaclc, Paulme l-loll, Edna Sells.
Second Row: Lenora Simon, Waveland Snider, Rachel Slexlcer.
Bottom Flow: Ruth Wimmer, Howard Vllisner.
FRESHMEN ARE WUHTHY STRUCTURAL WUHKEHS
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Tap Row: B. Parkison, I. Rowan, G. Millhouse, B. Coleman, D. Stute, A. Rust, I. McQueen,
R. Fisher, E. Pontius, D. Lieberenz, W, Pearl, W. Sheets, D. Kiracote, T. Foltz, E. Clevenger.
Sixth Row: R. Bee-be, R. Iustice, K. l-lammer, M. Miller, C. Kern, VV. Buskirk, R. Bolenbaugh,
Fifth Row: I. Whitback, W. Snyder, I. Baker, L. Felger, C. Lahr, P. Oyer, F. Schoeneman,
B. Miller, M. Pond, D. Lopshire, D. Bailey, R. Leatherman, K. Lugston, I. Fogwell, R. Ellis,
A. Gutmann, D. Chilcote, R. Harman,
Fourth Row: Mr. Wisner, I. Sims, M. Spice, B. Mason, M. Cox, V. Trumpey, P. M. Scott,
L. Schneider, E. Stayanoff, R. Mitchell, A, LaLone, E. Smelser, A. Mcliinzie, A. D'Andrea.
Third Row: R. Felmlee, L. Hegerteld, E. Freeman, S, Kurnrner, I. Bartle, L. Gongaware, A. Ruby,
B, Tarr, I. Kahlenbeck, C. Gatton, I. Gerwig, R. I-lauke, P. Smith, P. Kennig, E, I-line,
P. Smith, M. l-lolocher, I.. Meyer.
Second Row: L. Kraft, F. Thomas, E. Kiester, B. Slater, L. Gilpen, M. Cox, B. Miller,
L. A. Hardisty, P. McCoy, C. Kumfer, G, B. May, B. Kahlenbeck, A. Forschner, 1-l. Perry,
O. Mulqueeny, B. Mutton, P. Bade, A. Lorigwell, D. Loveless, A. Wise.
Front Row: C. Gordon, E. Churchward, M. Zelt, T. Adams, K. Ford, R. DeLancey, E. Dullaqlian,
D. Sexton, B. Iohnson, W. Frame, P. Horn, G. Hille, D. Oetting.
0 To see that the steel structure was built correctly, the freshman class
chose Alton Rust to preside over the building and give the orders. Assisting
him was vice-president, Miriam Pond. Secretary-treasurer, Betty Tarr, kept
the books and saw that the presidents orders were put in writing. On Ianuary
14, the structural workers, staged a Hard Times Party. Completely forgetting
about the building they were helping construct, they had a hilarious time
and enjoyed themselves very much. The workers who made the semester
honor roll by making the cleanest lines and the hardest edges during the
year were: E. Clevenger, M. Cox, R. Felrnlee, R. Fisher, I. Gerwig,
I. Karns, B. Mason, B. Miller, P. Oyer, M. Pond, E. Pontius, L. Schneider,
F. Schoeneman, and P. M. Scott.
SUPHUMURES PUUH GUNUHETE INTU FUHMS
Top Bow: YY. Pteifier, G. Teqtmeyer, Lar,grt'.ej.'er. Pl. Henschen, E. Hausrianr.. C. Lfznnct.
W. Smith, F. Link, C. Coleman, if. lvI:Crnker, P. Pontius, H. Mascn, D. Coil, I. vx'V1llC1E',
R. Fisher, T. Braeuer.
Fifth Bow: I. 'W'illit, I. Campbell, B. Schirnmoller, B. Prince, D. Smith, B. Spoerhase, H. Stein,
P. Meyer, H. Buell, I. Shaeter, E. Pfeiffer, D. Miller, I. Smead, Ycvan, R. Larimore,
O. Hapner, D. Peighner, R. Hamilton.
Fourth Row: E. Thomas, B. Gebhart, D. Gutmarin, V. Branstratcr, V. Cnet:-hart, Cz. Haag.
B. Busse, I. Kennig, I. VJalker, A. Heder, I. M-ince, M. Ienlzins, N. Snyder, P. Beck,
M. Fremion, Miss Auman.
Third Row: N. Sessions, H. Cline, N. Sutcrius, V. I. Summers, M. Dcve, D. Schweppe, A. Smith,
R. Lunz, R. A. Emrick, B. Fair, B. Cix, A. Bowers, D. Lehman, A. Caebhart, I. Sonners,
B. Peagles. '
Second Bow: L. Beineke, M. Ankenbrucli, V. Piulka, C. Beerman, D. llfoodward, L. Bailey.
A. Anson, P. Scott, M. Grepl-ze, D. Stapleton. L. Beichard, B. Stclte, B. Alden, l. Morse,
H. Stayanotf, P. Bolenbaugh.
Front Row: B. Taylor. B. Thurber, I. Franke, F. Schlup, B. Capin, '. Edrnistcn, M. Bowman.
M. Stoller, C. Allison, B. Daily, A. Greider, I. Buraoon.
0 The sophomore class as our concrete workers, began to mix mortar
with great zeal. Supervising the job was their foreman, Fred Link, and
assistant foreman, Charles Coleman. Keeping track ot the amount and the
cost ot the materials were Wayne Smith and Dorothy Lehman.
Several ot the boys in the class won sweaters in sports and nearly
all of the workers participated in some club.
The concrete workers twice stopped mixing cement long enough to
go to Bell's and skate.
Those who made the strongest concrete and imbedded metal bars to
make construction more solid were: B. Alden, L. Bailey, I. Burgoon,
B. Feagles, M. Grepke, O. Hapner, M. Ienkins, A. Keller, D. Lehman,
H. Mason, F. Pontius, V. Bulka, D. Schweppe, P. Scott, I. Sonner,
V. I. Summers, N. Sutorius, E. Thomas, and I. Wilkie.
JUNIIIR STRUCTURE UAPTURES PRAISE ANU HUNIJRS
0 These handy men began their decorating by modeling the following
officers: president, Wendell Fusselman: vice-president, jim Beltz: secretary,
jean Kortokraxp treasurer, Vernon Foulks. Miss Varin was sponsor until
mid-term when Miss Adamson succeeded her.
As their contribution to the finer arts of the building, the decorators gave
a Christmas party with Louis Lepper and Elsie Swank as chief designers.
At the end of the first semester, these handy designers inscribed their
names on the honor roll tablet: Bonnie Arnett, Don Connett, Alice de la Motte,
Calvin Deam, Laura jane Foltz, Louise Hagen, jim McClure,
Wanda Sarasien, Bob Shaefer, Florence Sutorious, Elsie Swank, and
Qn the eve of April 29, Prom Queen Betty Miller and her attendants,
Peggy Babel, Bosella Barrand, Dorothy Graft, jean Kortokrax,
Louise Hagen, and Lucille Crick, dressed in dainty, pastel formals, painted
a colorful scene of "Penthouse Bendezvous" as the queen and her attendants
entered the gym where President Fusselman crowned Queen Betty Miller.
james Beltz, chairman of the Prom decorating committee, was assisted by
Elsie Swank, Bob Bergman, Peggy Babel, Robert Shaefer, Laura jane Foltz,
Vernon Foulks, Wendell Fusselman, Allma Wolf, Almeda Cox, Calvin Deam,
Don Connett, Lucille Crick, Betty Miller, jim McClure and George Stoller.
Silhouettes of skyscrapers and starry skies decorated the side walls. A blue
floodlighted sky formed diagonal patterns on the gleaming dance floor.
Gliders, plants and flowers contributed to the romantic setting.
Other juniors, Lenora Ankenbruck, Boland Hille, Alice de la Motte,
Bobert Kahlenbeck, Betty Stauffer, Louis Lepper, jean Kortokrax,
Nelson Millhouse, Mary Holle, Betty Hawk, Dorothy Graft, and
john Snyder, served on the invitation, program, orchestra, and refreshment
committees to help make the Prom a memorable event for the juniors and
seniors and their guests.
Besides decorating for the Prom, the juniors decorated the stage for
baccalaureate and commencement services.
Not only in decorating but also in other fields, the juniors captured
honors. james McClure won the declamation contest and represented
Elmhurst in an invitational speech tourney at South Side.
Handy Men Fusselman, Foulks, A. Sheets, M. Sheets, and Millhouse
chiseled their names on the hard wood. Wendell Fusselman and
Vernon Foulks were elected to the National Athletic Honorary Association.
Builders of the National Honor Society for next year will be
Donald Connett, Calvin Deam, and Wendell Fusselman. ln the journalistic
field, Louis Lepper received an Advance Award for his excellent work as
advertising manager. For sports editing Calvin Deam received a Quill and
Scroll Award. Qther honors were given to Calvin Deam as president of the
Allen County junior Bed Cross and to james Beltz as secretary of the Indiana
junior Academy of Science.
Se cond Bow:
Laura I. Foltz
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SPEECH ARTS SHAPE EXPRESSIVE PUWEHS
"SPRING FEVER" CAST
lerry Fry, lzmes M1ller, Eolserl Hclller, Peggy Felqer flying on the Couchl, VJillie Fields
ll-zneelmql, Mary lone Wilkie, Elaine Tan, lcyce Allserl, Bryon Qswuld, Carl Asclllimun,
Freflu Schrzeclc, l-fathleen Scott.
FORUM CLUB MEMBERS
Slcxndmq: Beth Eecqles, Wlllicm Mason, fccl: 'Nillixa Almedc Cox, Burlyuru Alden,
Mmqirr-el Cox, David Coil, Miss l-loll.
Slklinqz Plf sammy l3'f.11'.l, Flsyrnoml Flsher, Polricmc. Eurcgecn, lcmes Mcffluxe, Danncxbelle Loveless,
ENGINEERS PRESENT HHARIUUS SPRING FEVER
0 The engineers presented "Spring Fever," a farce in three acts by Glenn
Hughes, on November 22. Mrs. Spangler's CElaine Tarrt rooming-house at
Brookfield College, is more frenzied than usual the day before Commencement.
Ed Burns tBob Hallerl a chemistry major, experiments with a dynamite sub-
stitute. Vic Lewis tlerry Fryl, an art student, sets up his paraphernalia in
the living-room. Between explosions, Howard Brant flames Miller? types
frantically to finish a zoology term paper before graduation. Lou Herron
tKathleen Scotti, who likes Ed: Anne Purcell tPeggy Felgerl, Howards "heart-
interestf' and Vivian George tFreda Schneckt, Vic's girl all make things
lively. Wlien Vic and Ed mistake Mr. Purcell tWillie Fieldsl, Anne's millionaire
father, for a model, he leaves in a fury, refusing to present a science building
to Brookfield. Howards Aunt Maude tloyce Albertl, discovering his predica-
ment, poses as a famous zoologist to intrigue Professor Bean tByron Oswaldl.
Dr. Dixon tCarl Aschlimanl, president of the College, mourns the loss of the
building, so the young people "put on an act" to make Mr. Purcell "come
across". They persuade Mr. and Mrs. Purcell tMary lane Wilkiel very easily
with the ruse. Aunt Maude's scheme succeeds so well that Howard gets his
diploma and his girl.
Miss Falls very ably directed the play with Pauline lohnson as student
director. Byron Oswald was stage manager, and property managers were
Wyllis Wiegman and Henry Spice.
FURUM -CLUB EXGAVATES REBUTTALS
0 The Forum Club had a very successful season debating the question,
"Resolved: That the United States Establish An Alliance With Great Britain."
ln order to raise money to pay for materials, reference books, tournament fees
and transportation, they sponsored a skating party on October ll which was
a great success. On December 2 and 3 the entire club attended a debating
conference at Purdue University where they were given many helpful ideas
on the question for debate. During the year, the six teams debated with
students from the following high schools: North Side, Central, Columbia City,
Huntington Township, Huntington Catholic, Concordia, Brazil, East Chicago,
and Wabash. They entered several tournaments at North Side and South
Side High Schools.
During February the speech department and the Forum Club joined forces
and initiated a declamation contest. From the twelve contestants, the four
highest presented an assembly program for the school. The teachers, as
judges, awarded first place to Iames McClure, whose name was placed on a
silver cup which was placed in the trophy case. This declamation contest will
be an annual event in future years.
Officers of the club for this year were Patricia Burgoon, president: and
Beth Feagles, secretary-treasurer. After Miss Varin resigned at the end of the
first semester, Miss Holl became speech and debate adviser.
ADVANCE MUTIF IS LIGHT ANU UPENNESS
Top Ftbw: C. Ascnliinan, E. Euiley, VV. Fusselriian, A. Stute, l. McQueen, N. Sessions, L. Lepper,
l. Belts, C Dearn, F. Pontius, B. Haller.
Ftiuitli Haw: lvlr. Vfisner, D. Coil, E. Vforgtirrz, lvl Gilpin, P. Bridenl:-augh, M. I. Wilkie, E. Meyer,
E. Haulze, L. Hagen, A. L. Pcrter.
'Third Huw: L. l. Fiiltg, W. Sarasien, D. l v." l. Getting, E. Stayanctt, P. Beck, M. Pond,
V. Eranstratcr, lui. Anlzenbruclz, E. Alden, I.fI. Grepke, A. Anson, D. Lehman, E. Smallback.
Seccnd Ftow: M, H-.lie F. Coleman, B. Tarr, C liurrifer, G. May, A. Longwell, A. Forschrier,
B. Halilenbecl-1, E. Stolte, B. Fair, Miss Hail.
Front Row: M. Bowman, L. Anlzenbruck, WV. Wiegman, D. March, P. Eurgoon, I. Kortol-trax,
FL. Pond, E. Tair, lf. Scott, I. Albert, B. Feagles, I. Burgoon.
0 "To live the open lite with mental honesty, tresh air and sunlight for tonic
-may this become our national ideal ot building and ot life." With this ideal
the publication ot the Advance has helped greatly to foster good citizenship
and create a lasting school spirit among the student body.
This year, as in the past three years, the Advance won International First
Place when submitted to the International Quill and Scroll Critical Service
Department for rating.
Helping to build the paper into its present high standing were the able
Co-Editors, A. L. Porter and B. Haller. Other editors ot importance Were: News
Editor, R. Pondy Chief Copyreader, l. Albertg Make-Up Editor, C. Aschlimang
Headline Editor, B. Aldeng Feature Editor, K. Scotty and Sports Editor, C. Deam.
Able managers ot the business side oi the paper included: Business
Manager, L. Lepperg Advertising Manager, E. Baileyg and Circulation
Manager, D. March.
Faculty managers oi the paper were Miss Varin and Mr. Wisner until
lanuary when Miss Varin resigned. Her position was filled by Miss Holt.
PHY-CHEM GULLABURATES UN TUURS ANU FUN
Top Row: Dale Boedeker, Bob Fiedler, Bob Eelschner, I.eMoine Hinshaw, Max Farrell, Byron
Oswald, William Mason, Harold Stoops, Roland I-lille, Calvin Deam, lim Beltz.
Third Row: lim Milier, Art Shady, Willis Harman, Paul Anson, Carl Aschliman, lacl: Stark,
Robert Shaefer, Bob Kahlenbeck, Max Merrill.
Second Row: Mr. Wisner, Willie Fields, Charles Wilson, lack Stayanoff, lerry Fry, Louis
Edmiston, Ernest Bailey, Bob Haller, Dale Romey, Harlan Forschner.
Front Row: Faith Coleman, Ioyce Albert, Martha Kee-sler, Peggy Felger, lean Kortokrax,
Rosemary Pond, Eloise Price, Kathleen Scott, Eileen Huston, Miss Wimmer.
0 The Phy-Chem Club was organized to show the students of chemistry and
physics the close relationship of the two subjects. By taking trips through the
General Electric Company, the Fort Wayne Engraving Company, the Gas
Plant, the International Harvester, and the Allied Mills, club members saw
the principles of these two sciences put into practical application.
The Phy-Chem Club is affiliated with the Indiana State lunior Academy
of Science. To finance a trip to Purdue University to attend the annual meeting
of that organization, the club held a skating party on Gctober l6. lames Beltz,
a junior, was elected secretary of the state organization for the coming year.
On February ll, the Phy-Chem Funfest was held. With several floor
shows, a boxing match, and Haller's orchestra, it was proclaimed by many as
the outstanding social function of the year. Proceeds from this event were
used to purchase I. A. S. pins.
The officers of the club this year were: lames Miller, presidentp Ernest
Bailey, vice-president: Rosemary Pond, secretary-treasurer. All activities
were under the supervision of Miss Wimmer and Mr. Wisner.
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E-MATES DEVISE VERTICAL UIINTINUITY
0 All students who earn an "E" in sports, band, debate, rifle club, yell
leading, and student managing belong to this club. Their purpose is to
bring B-members of the past and present into closer contact and to raise
the standards of achievements in extra-curricular activities. The E-Club and
Letterman united in giving an invitational dance in the spring for all present
and past members.
The students Who received an "E" in basketball are: Bob Belschner,
Vernon Foullcs, Wendell Fusselman, Doris March, Beatrice Harris, Bob Link,
Fred Link, Harold Richardson, Arthur Sheets, Melvin Sheets, Nelson Millhouse,
and Ernest Bailey. Paul Anson, LeRoy Hamilton, and Wayne Smith received
an "E" in softball. lim Rowan received an "E" for being student manager.
An "E" was given to Bob Haller, Max Merrill, Dale Romey, Kathleen Scott,
Pauline lohnson, lim Beltz, Paul Venderley, and Betty Meyer in Rifle Club.
A letter was given to the following debaters: Ioyce Albert, Pat Burgoon,
William Mason, and Rosemary Pond.
These G. A. A. members received letters: K. Scott, R. Pond,
E. Huston, A, L. Porter, C. Miller, F. Schneck, E. Price, P. lohnson,
P. Pelger, D. M. Oetting, R. Connett, and N. Wiegman.
L. Lepper, D. March, N. Millhouse, E. Tarr, W. Wiegman, R. Haller,
E. Wilson, W. Mason, B. Larimore, L. Hinshaw, I. Albert, M. Bowman,
B. Harris, and W. Harman received an "E" in band.
lean Kortokrax and Rosemary Pond earned letters for being yell leaders.
SHAHPSHUUTEHS DEVELUP SELF- UISUIPHNE
0 The sixty-five members of this club-thirty-three girls and thirty-two boys
-have a chance to improve their "shooting eye" and to develop the sports-
manship, fair play, self- control and cooperation essential to success in life.
The Rifle Club elected Dale Romey as president: Paul Venderley was
chosen vice-president, Kathleen Scott was made secretary-treasurer.
Mr. Eiclchoff is their adviser.
This club was organized eight years ago by Mr. Haller when the school
was first started. Later he gave the sponsorship to Mr. Eickhoff. Mr. Bickhoff
has been the manager for three years now. The club belongs to the National
Rifle Association and participates in the bi-weekly matches sponsored by that
organization. At the present time, they are in division B. This year they
have also been having postal matches with schools all over the country.
The traditional annual weiner bake was held in the spring. The other
major activities were the matches with other schools and the county match
which took place in April.
The Rifle Club won over Arcola in a match. They lost to South Side:
Etna, Penn. CPostalD, Fort Wayne Rifle and Revolver Club, and Youngstown,
Ohio, CPostall. They tied with South Side. Our musketeers defeated the
Fort Wayne Sport Club and lost to the Three Rivers Club.
HAPPY HAHMUNIZEHS BRUAIJIIAST SHAHPS AND FLATS
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Tap Bowg P. I. Scott, N. Wiegman, M. Keesler, G. Deahl, A. de la Motte, B. E. Sheets,
VC. Smith, E. Hausrnann, D. Rogers, B. Harris, L. Beine-ke,B. Allen, E. l-lauke, L. Hagen.
Third Ficw: M. Cox, PI. Stolte, PI. A. Emriclc, M. Greplce, D. Lehman, N. Sessions, W. Rowe,
P. Anson, P Link, K. l-lammer, A. Anson, B. Cox, l. Morse, V, Branstrator, D. Gutmann.
Second Row: B. Wiclcnian, W. Vlfiegrnan, P Schnecl-1, P. Scott, L. Schneider, I. Fogwell,
P. Schoeneman, M. Pond, B. Alden, A. Longwell, P. McCoy, B. Tarr, B. Gebhart,
Front Bow: B. Pond, E. Tarr, E. Price, P. Iohnson, B. Connett, P. Pelger, B. Thurber, E. Pheiffer,
C. Lahr, C. Allison, B. Haul-ie, V. I. Summers, M. A. Armstrong, B. Meyer, M. I. Wilizie,
Director: Miss Adamson.
0 The Glee Club was organized into a full-fledged club for the first time
this year. The following officers were elected: Peggy Pelger, president:
Bob Link, vice-presidentp Betty Meyer, secretary: Pauline Iohnson, treasurer.
Iean Adamson was director and Patricia Burgoon, accompanist.
On December 22, these Singing Trojans gave a Cantata, "The Music of
Christmas." Splendidly garbed in white robes, they presented the following
program: "Along the Christmas Road," choir: "Holy Night," choir: "O Little
Town of Bethlehem," two-part chorus and choir: "Good Tidings," soprano solo,
Peggy Eelger, two-part choirq "Christmas Lullaby," Eloise Price, Elaine Tarr,
Rosemary Pond, Pauline Iohnson, Boberta Connett, Freda Schoeneman,
Peggy Eelger, Miriam Pond, Ernest Hausmann: "Glory Be To God," choir,
"The Wondrous Story," soprano solo, Miriam Pondg "The Magi," boys' chorus
and choir: "Little Lord Iesus," alto solo, Elaine Tarr, two-part chorusy "The
Living Story," choir.
As their last performance, a selected chorus of 30 presented the follow-
ing program at the Baccalaureate services: "Prayer Perfect," girls' chorus:
"Sanctus," combined chorusg "Nightfall," combined chorus: and "Lift Up
Thine Eyes," girls' chorus.
The sixty-five choristers turned out en masse at a Halloween party in
Cctober and at the annual Pot Luck in May.
TUUTS ANU TAPS FLASH SPLENDUR SKYWAHU
Standing: B. Hille, M. Bowman, B. Harris, Mr. Frykacl-1,
Third Bow: P. McCoy, D. Fisher, Ft. Larimore, B, Dailey, M, Anlzenbruclz, B, A. Emrick,
L. Lepper, W. Sheets, D. Smith, E. Smeltser, B. NVillit, I. Albert, l. McClure, l.. Hinshaw,
E. Pontius, W. Harman, D. March, B. Parlcison, A. Cox.
Second Row: W. Mason, H. Stoops, D. Loveless, B. Larirnore, A, Vfclf, M. Cox, R. Fisher,
P. Crall, T. Foltz, B. Spoerhase, F. Pontius, D. Stute, N. lflillhouse, VV. 'Wiegman, B. Fair.
Front Bow: B. Haller, T, Braeuer, M. Buskirk, H. Mason, l, Shaefer, N. Snyder, I. McQueen,
B. Alden, P. Meyer.
0 Like a neon sign on our building, the Band, resplendent in their new red
and gray military uniforms, flash their splendor and prowess to our attention.
Silver lapels and buttons adorn the red coats: gray stripes decorate the red
trousers. Gray braid insignia for the left shoulder is worn by letter members.
High white hats and frock-tailed coats complete the snappy uniforms of the
drum majors, Bob Haller, Constance Kumfer and Barbara Miller.
In 1938, the marching band won first place in district class Eg the saxo-
phone sextette won first national honors. Malcolm BoWman's drum solo
rated second national honors.
Housing school spirit with "Anchors Aweighf' participating in the
Armistice Day Paradey enlivening school hours with "Alexander's Bagtime
Band7" featuring "Springtime," novelty overture, at a public concertq and
marching at noon - all these lend color and interest to school life and
prepare the band for further contest honors.
More comfortable rehearsing quarters were provided with the enlarging
and cementing of their underground retreat. Here reigned Doris March,
president: Robert Haller, vice-president: Beatrice Harris, secretary-treasurerg
Malcolm Bowman, librarian: Mr. Frybaclc, instructor: and Wyllis Wiegman,
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SHAFT APPRENTIGES BUHU WITH A PUH
Top Row A. il-1 lm lvl:-Ire El. Vfillii, R. Bi'i:leiilw1uqEi, A VVQH, V. Trumpey, B. Miller, M. Pend
Third Raw. W. SfJms1ei'i,M. Holle, D, Graft, H Mii:liell, D. Lopshire, L, A. Ha: 11517, P. M-:Cziy
H. l3'eiry, .5-.. F:-rscliiier.
Second Rcw Miss Siiiioii, E. CJK, L. l. Foltz, F. Flzlvel, B. Mill-er, L l'Cc1hlerii5e:Q:, ffl I-lnlgcher,
O. lflxilqueeiiy, C. Gcitcn, B. Mcisiin, V. Deqler, A. Lziriqwell.
Front Fi-:w. L Cflfli, P. Beck, M. Arilcerilnruclz, L Aiilzeiiisruclc, l. Kiirlolzrcix, A Giiiilifxrt, G. Hcaq
D. Sclivfeyi f. E-eeriiian, P. lcihnson, E. Hustm, P. Bqde.
Top Row XV. l4lmiiim'i, FI. luslice, D. Boedelcer, FT, Lauer, R. Beelne, R. Ellis, l. Snyder, l. Beltz,
S. G-Jiiq-iiwcie, f. L-Dqsion, B. Berqmcm, B. lifllilenljiicli.
Second Flow: WL l-ifiwe, I. Foote, N. Krueger, E. Hcusmcmn, H. Stein, l-l, Buell, P, Meyer,
I,Snief1.i, H lflillc-, L. Edmiston, D. Rcimey, G. Clemons.
Front Raw: Mi. Briimit, D. llimcole, E. Clevinqer, R. DeLcmcey, L. Iohnson, M. Milli R
F. Sclilugi E. 'l7J"'cr, A. Rust, C. M ld. e
ci en,y, L. Meyer.
IWNIALS UF UHAHM TOP REGINA DUMI PHLAHS
0 The Regina Domi swings into action each year under the supervision
of Miss Simon. All girls who are interested in the art of home-making and
of personality-improving may join this Queen of the Home Club. This
year the club held discussion groups with a different member serving as
leader at each meeting. General discussions of such topics as how to make
boys and girls like you, how to develop your personality, how to overcome
shyness, and how to perform social etiquette proved more entertaining and
worth while than the former custom of having outside speakers. The
personality quotient of the members has improved. Small groups have also
served to bring shy students into prominence.
When it came to activities, they were right on top with a skating party
on December l6 and a Christmas party at Allma May Wolf's home on
December 29. Funds for these activities were raised by selling Christmas
cards. Drawing peanut sisters and cheering your sister with holiday and
birthday gifts or greetings, a traditional social custom of Regina Domi, was
carried on again this year. The names of peanut sisters were revealed at
the annual spring banquet for present and former members, which climaxed
the season's activities. Officers for next year were ceremoniously installed
at this banquet in the school gym.
Committees for this spring banquet were: Decorations - Pauline lohnson,
Eileen Huston, Lucille Crick, Dorothy Schweppeg Menu H- Peggy Babel,
Marie Ankenbruck, Catherine Beerman, Allma May Wolf: Kitchen -
Wanda Sarasien, Mary Holle, Lenore Ankenbruck, Pauline Beck: Enter-
tainment - lean Kortokrax, Phyllis Bade, Olive Mulqueeny, Virginia Degler.
Leading Queens of the Home were Laura lane Foltz, president:
Wanda Sarasien, vice-president: lean Kortokrax, secretaryrtreasurer and
Eileen Huston, student adviser.
INDUSTRIAL EHAFTSMEN INSPEGT LUGAL FAUTUHIES
0 The purpose of the lndustrial Arts Club is to create an interest in industry
with the thought in mind that the greater per cent of the boys will be engaged
in industrial pursuits upon leaving school. Second, it tends to get some
first hand information by visiting the industrial plants in this vicinity, thereby
seeing the worker at his work. And last, it develops interest in some
particular phase of industry, so that special training can be taken and a
trade can be learned.
There are thirty-seven in the club. At the first meeting of the club on
September l6, officers were elected as follows: Dale Boedeker, president,
Dale Romey, vice-president: and Louis Edmiston, secretary-treasurer.
Mr. Brumit is the sponsor of the club.
They had their annual "stuff" on November 23. lt was a pot-luck dinner
Where everyone stuffed up to his neck. The club took a trip to the
General Electric on October l4. ln the spring, the Industrial Arts Club
toured the Wayne Pump Company and the Ioslyn Steel Mills.
IIDMMEHGIAL CLUB EHEGT BIHDEHS SPEEUILY
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Top Row. llvlalcoim Bowman, Bob Capin, Nelson Ivlillhcuse, George Clernans, Bob Halle-r,
'Warren Rowe, Louis Lepper, 'WendeilFusselman, Vernon Foulks, Paul Venderley, Dale Romey.
Third Row: Pauline Bridenbaugh, Betty Larirnore, losie Thomas, Alice de la Motte, Georgia Deahl,
Kathleen Scott, Elaine Tarr, Doris March, W'yllis Wiegman, Esther Hauke, Louise Hagen,
Second Row: Pearl Eolenbaugh, Dorothy Stapleton, Evelyn Dautz, Betty Viforgum, Lenora
Ankenbruck, Mary Halle, Pauline lohnson, Freda Schneck, Eileen Huston, Alice Bowers, Ruth
Ann Emrick, Ruth Lunz,
Front Row: Betty Lou Busse, Peggy Rabel, Elsie Swank, Loraine Hess, Dawna Hunt,
Marie Ankenbruclc, Rosemary Pond, Roberta Connett, Peggy Felger, Norma Wiegman,
Geraldine Haag, Adine Gebhart.
0 With President Freda Schneck officially opening the season, the
Commercial Club began its years activities by giving a Wiener bake at
the school oven on September 30. At their next meeting, they overawed
their new members by a fast, scary initiation. A Christmas party on
December 28, climaxed the first semester fun.
At the beginning of the second semester, the members worked to achieve
40 and 60-word typing awards which were presented by Miss Auman, club
supervisor, at the annual spring banquet held on April 19.
The committee chosen to decorate for this banquet was:
Anne Marie Hausmann, chairman: Wanda Sarasien, Ruth Lunz, and
Ruth Ann Emriclc. For supplying the program, the following were chosen:
Esther Hauke, chairmanp Eileen Huston, Rosemary Pond, and Elsie Swank.
As second semester fete, a skating party was held on April Fools Day
at Bells Rink for members and guests,
Other officers serving for the year were: Elaine Tarr, vice-president:
Esther l-laulce, secretary: Wendell Fusselman, treasurer.
LATINEEHS' ARCH SPANS THE Vlllll UF TIME
Standing' Tim Furgzon, Hartigi llasg ' ri F ' ' Tl Kim luioflure,
Ma:-I Busltizlz Beth Feagles, l:'fa:4 xii., Eg: 1 11 3 'ane Foltz,
David Coil, Betty Miter, Ftulferta lfciiiietr, Cahir am.
Sitting: Almeda Cix, Butlz Fields, lxflzss F-ills, Elsie v.'a:'il:, Clie Ji
0 The XX Latineers' membership to the lunior Classical League, a national
organization of 3000 members, entitles them to lunior Classical League pins
and membership cards. "They covenant to hand on the torch ot classical
civilization in the modern world, They believe an acquaintance with the
civilization ot Greece and Bome will help them understand and appraise
this world of today which is indebted to ancient civilization, its government,
laws, literature, language, and arts." Their motto is - Vestra causa est
Club meetings were held every third Monday. Games, contests and
readings from "The Varmint" were some teatures ot these vacations from
translations. Three parties were given by the club. These kept old Roman
or university customs. Cn December l9, the club celebrated the Saturnalia
with a gitt exchange and refreshments in charge ot: Betty Miller,
Roberta Connett, Calvin Deam, Don Connett, Harold Mason, and
David Coil. Queen Feagles and King Fry held a slave court. Cn February l4,
the club honored St. Valentine. Miss Falls, Bob Shaeter, Georgie Deahl,
and Ruth Fields provided tun and sweets. The final merrymaking and
burning ot the Latin books ceremony was held on May l5 with
lames Burgoon, Betty Miller, Elsie Swank and Max Merrill supervising
the stunts and stuffing.
Laura lane Foltz with her assistant, lerry Fry, presided over these
meetings. Elsie Swank was record and treasury keeper. Miss Falls was
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Fourth Raw: Latineer Otficialsg Connett, Anlibrum underclass editor: Rifle Teamp Bowman
and his drumg Feminine Freshmen.
Third How: Star magazine salesmen: "Rosie" Fisherg Scenic spot of Elmhurstp Miss Wimmer,
Second Row: Elmhurst Quartety Regina Demi Offlcersg Hlitteriouq 6 Co.g" Foltz, president of
Regina Domiq The Dunce - Beltz.
Bottom Row: The Golfersy Commercial Club Officersy Backbone of the team: The Belschner
Struty inset, Fryizaclc, Band Masterp below, Sunny Sophomores: Iunior Class Officers.
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Queen: Naucnar Arden: EZYIZYCYQ' Aeszcraiicn.
Third Row: Puqrlist Rowanp Senrcr Banquet Cornmitleey 'Wrcna Ncles Halley and Mason:
leanie and Puddle, Yell Leadersg Anson, Mason, MacGregor, Slark, 'Scholasnc Forum."
Second Row: Deuische Studenteny Testers: Date Club Officers: Club Prexiesg Snow
Crowninqp Senior VV1nqs, Class Tourney Champs.
Bottom Haw: Senior Scrlihlersg Burqccn, Salutatorian and Albert, Valedlctoriang Foullcs,
Belschner, Link, E-Club Olficersg Nate Flaftersg "Hamster Capinf'
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Mel Sheets Ir
Fuzz Fusselrnan Ir
Fred Link Soph
Ve-rnie Faulks Ir
Ernie Bailey Sr
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Richy Richardson Sr,
Bobby Capin Soph.
Bob Belschner Sr.
Nel Millhouse Ir.
Art Sheets Ir.
Lneehnqi Manager Bowan, Vernon Faulks, Bob Capin, Melvin Shee s ax
Ttancnnqz Prmcngal Haller, Fred Lmlz, EK' dell Fusselman, Bob Bels r She ts
Nelscn Mrllhous Coach Snider,
THUJAN TWELVE UIJNSTRU
ROBERT BELSCHNER, a senior vet-
eran, played center with the Trojans
for his third year. Bob put his long
frame to good use, dumping in many
pivot and rebound shots. His height
and floor play will make his loss
very noticeable in next year's squad.
HAROLD RICHARDSON, senior
back guard, was the mainstay of
the Trojans' defense during his sec-
ond varsity season. Richy's long
set shots usually accounted for a
great percentage of the Trojans'
scores. He will also be very hard
ERNEST BAll.EY, scrappy little
senior, was Rich's understudy this
year. He made up for his lack of
height and experience by his clever
ball handling and his fighting spirit.
Although not a regular performer,
Ernie gave a good account of him-
self whenever given a chance.
VVENDELL PUSSELMAN, junior,
was the Red and Gray's most
dependable and consistent member.
His foul shooting, underbasket shots
and general pivot play enabled
him to hang up a very enviable
scoring record. l:'uzz's three years'
experience will contribute greatly to
the success of the l94O Trojans.
VERNON FOULKS, ambidextrous
junior, held down one of the forward
posts. Being very sure on short set
shots and extremely able on left
handers, Vernie was able to get his
share of scoring honors.
ARTHUR SHEETS, lanky, hand-
some junior, alternated with
Belschner and Fusselman at the
center and forward positions. Art
shows great scoring possibilities,
and much of the success the l94O
squad will enjoy depends on him.
MELVIN SHEETS, a fighty junior
has developed fast this last year.
Mel is dangerous from any spot on
the court and can control a ball
well. His aggressiveness and scor-
ing power will make him very
valuable to succeeding Trojan fives.
NELSON MILLHOUSE, diminutive
junior, can hit consistently if given
a fair chance. Although a little in-
experienced, Nel will be of great
help when it comes to winning vic-
tories next year.
FRED LINK, powerful sophomore,
has played two years on the varsity.
His great showing at the County
Tourney won him honorable men-
tion. Fred is unusually fast and
very accurate and he can be
counted on to dump in timely
ROBERT CAPIN, tiny sophomore,
played all year on the reserves
where his ability and offensive
power asserted themselves. Bobby
is fast: and despite his lack of
height, if he continues at his present
clip, he will add greatly to the
power of future Trojan varsities.
IAMES ROWAN, a curly-headed
senior, was responsible for the
Trojans' equipment. lim's efficiency
and cheerfulness made him a very
popular student manager.
COACH WAVELAND SNIDER has
just completed his first season as
mentor for the Fighting Trojans, and
has already established himself as
a regular fellow in the hearts of the
Trojan fans. His unceasing efforts
and encouragement have been
greatly responsible for whatever
success the Red and Gray have en-
joyed. Elmhurst may be thankful
that they have such a head for their
returning heroes next year.
SNIIJERMEN GAHVE ENVIABLE HEBUHU UN THE HAHDWUUUS
Its a spot team rf there ever Was one explarns therr new coach Waveland Snrder
as he looks over the Trorans record of nrne wms and thrrteen losses made durrnq hrs frrst year
as mentor of the frqhtrnq Red and Gray The Snrdermen have been cmythrng but consrstent
losrnq one contest and wrnnrnq the next Although defeated several trmes thrs season they
have proved themselves to be the frqhtrnqest aqqreqatlon to carry the hopes of the Troran
fans for many vears
ln therr rnrtral appearance on the hardwoods the Frqhtrnq Trorans dropped an excrtrnq
on est 28 1 to 1-lcaqlands Wrldcats before a capacrty crowd on therr home court One
reel. later the squad became the vrctrms of Roanokes powerful Stonewalls 1331 and con
rnued th rr srurrrrc rn therr n xt encounter when Leos l.1ons eked out a wrn rn the last moments
f a thrrrlrrra aame 76 78 After losrna tleerr frrst three scheduled trlts Elmhursts netters broke
rnto the wrn column
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and seven defeats.
The tourney iinx
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ment, and Elmhurst l
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weakly in the last
quarter to lose 3?
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vaunted Bears of
Ossian invaded the
l'ro1an's court, they
Loo vanquished their
desperate hosts 31-
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second time tc,
Hoagland Z3-36 and continuing their losing streak by dropping their nex' game to Woodburn
Warriors 28-31, the ill-fated Troians staged a determined attack to conquer Harlan 3l-27 and
finish their schedule with a decisive victory.
Sniders Trojans opened their bid for Sectional honors by turning back Monmouth 37-27, but
lost their second round contest to Hoagland in an exciting overtime battle 28-30 bringing the
1938-39 basketball season to a close.
Despite their mediocre statistical records, which cannot really measure the success or failure
of a team, this years Fighting Troians can look back on their l939 basketball conquest with
pride. Starting practice with three seniors and a new coach, the squad developed slowly into
a courageous, fighting machine, which demanded careful consideration from all opposing teams.
To be lost, but not forgotten, are the three seniors, Bob Belschner, Harold Richardson, and Ernest
Bailey: but returning are such capable members as Fusselman, Foulks, Link, the Sheets
brothers, Millhouse, and Capin, who, under the tutelage of Snider, assure the success of the
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RESERVES DESIGN FUTURE VARSITY RLUGKS
Bacl Row Coach Frybaolr Charles Monnot Charles Coeman Ern st Hausmann
Vtavne Smrth Iohn Baker Roscoe Iusnce Coach Smder
Front Row Arnold Grerder G1lbert Mrllhcuse foe Rowan Robert Coleman Henry Epple
lames Rowan Stud nt Manager
0 The mexperrenced Trorans opened therr hardwood campargn aga1nst
Hoagland wrth a 2213 setback The second team 1S made up of freshmen
and sophomores who have plenty of good ball 1n them The startmg frve 1S
usually composed of Toe Rowan a fast and clever freshman who holds
down a forward s berth Captn a sophomore who 15 fast and dangerous on
one hand prvot shots from an angle Wayne Sm1th a valuable sophomore
has the herght and abrlrty whtch won h1m center posrtron C Coleman a
sophomore guard who frghts from start to f1n1sh and usually leaves the
floor by the foul route and another sophomore Epple plays guard posrtlon
Freshmen understud1es of thrs frve are Baker who has herght and long
arms to a1d htm for center post Mrllhouse small and scrappy IS gammg ex
perrence lustrce who never played unt1l th1s year IS developmg fast
R Coleman who also lacks expenence has a never d1e sp1r1t
Three sophomores complete the team Monnot wrth srze lacks the
necessary drrve Gre1ders speed makes up h1s def1c1t rn herght and
Hausmann who has sr e but needs experrence
The second team ended the season wrth ten wms agamst e1ght losses
The reserves plled up a total of 343 po1nts compared to thetr opponents 349
m thetr erghteen games Bobby Caprn led the reserves by scormg 80
counters loe Rowan was close on hrs heels wrth 73 markers
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Standing: Ccach Fryback, Bob Capin, Charies lvionnct, lNayne Smith, 't endell Fusselrnan,
Art Sheets, Vernon Fculks, Gilbert Millhcuse, Arnold Greider.
Sitting: Fred Link, Ernest Bailey, Lercy Hamilton, Eoh Link, Paul Anscn, Nelson Millhouse,
0 Under the influence of their new coach, Donald Fryback, the Trojan Ten
downed a determined Greyhound squad 6-2 in an extra-inning contest at
Arcola to inaugurate the l938 season. On September l2, the fighting Trojans
continued their winning streak at Harlan's expense by handing the Hawks
a 4-3 setback. It was Smiths fine hurling that pulled the red and gray through
these preliminary games as his teammates outdid Brooklyn in committing
errors. On September 14, to open their bid for the Allen County Softball
League Championship, the Trojans soundly spanked Arcola 8-O in a field
meet at League Park, driving out 14 hits. ln their next encounter, the red
and gray faltered and the Woodburn Warriors walked off with the game 5-2.
After winning easily from Huntertown 13-3, the fighting Trojans nosed out
the Leo Lions l--O in a thrilling contest and their third League victory. Qssian
proved too tough and Elmhurst fell 4-2 on their home diamond. The Trojans
went into the League playoff by battering Hoagland 12-l, but lost to New
Haven in an extra-inning affair 4-2. On October l2, the red and gray dropped
their second game of the playoff to Woodburn 3-l and ended the season with
6 wins and 4 losses.
Bob Link led the team in batting with an average of .4U9. The Trojans
were at bat 235 times, connected for 64 hits, scored 40 runs, and committed
l5 errors with a batting average of .272.
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NG CLUB LAYS NEW S UURNEHSTUNE
vv Javr a 'rt T rn Eraeu r farr rt ow D nald otute
Jym nfl D l.:m 5 lan s o 1 r Bur camn Mr Brurmt
0 The Ban Castrnq Club under Mr Brurmts sponsorshrp was offered to
Elmhurst students for the frrst trme thrs year lnterest ran hrqh rn the fall
but the boys enthusrasrn was cooled hy the approach of wrnter however
we found twelve loyal members awartma mc weather to resume practrce
At the f1rst meetma Paul Meyer was the boys choxce for pres1dent
Dale Romey was elected secretary treasurer
The purposes of thrs club are to develop mterest rn bart castmq and rn
the natronal pastrme of frshmq and to develop sportsmanshrp It IS also
another means of rntroducma a new cornpetltrve sport arnonq hlqh schools
Elmhurst IS the only school of Allen county to offer the sport thus far The
popularrty of thrs sport has grown untrl every larqe c1ty has orqamzed castrnq
ln the sprrna Mr Brumrt took the boys to Reservotr Park to practlce wrth
actual traqets on the water Thrs range consrsts of f1V9 targets spaced forty
to erqhty feet from the platform the oblect IS to cast a small pluq 1nto or
aqamst the tarqet The targets are thrrty rnches rn dlameter and 1t takes
an accurate cast to make a perfect score
Ea-:l-: Ra: D d Carl, D le Home 'A,' , ct. t e, U' e H e, o " ,
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Front Row: Russell Prince, Paul Meyer, Harold Buell.
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SPUBTEES DRAFT E-IJANIJE ANU GLASS TUURNEY
Tcp Row: Fred Linlz, lirn Rowan, r Sheets, Fc: Eelsrhr r fell F,iss1Q Paul ,fins ri
Bob Linl-1, Ccach Snider.
Second Row: Melvin Sheets, Nelscn ltliilhcuse ar i dr s ri R-:js Hamilton,
Ernest Bailey, Verncn Faulks, lNa3-'ne Smith.
Front Row: Doris March, Rosemary Panel, lean lltirtolzrax, Featricf Harris.
0 The Lettermens Club held their first meetina February l7 and elected
Harold Richardson as presidentp Nelson Millhouse was chosen to be his
assistant. Doris March was qiven the task of keepina the books and funds.
The Lettermen and E-Club held an informal sport dance April 8. lnvitations
were sent to all former Lettermen by a committee composed of Freda Schneck,
Eileen Huston, and Kathleen Scott.
lames Rowan, Freda Schneck, Eileen Huston, 'Wendell Fusselman,
Kathleen Scott, Harold Richardson, and Bob Belschner were responsible for
the decorations which were carried out in the various sports themes.
Robert Haller, Wyllis Wieaman, and LeMoine Hinshaw made up the com-
mittee to secure an orchestra.
The dance was financed by the annual Class Tourney which was held
on March IU. The aym was aayly decorated with the various class colors
and streamers. The first aame found the Senior Vxlinas defeating the lunior
Blue Devils in a rather dull aame. The Freshmen won the riaht to play in
the finals bv defeatina the Sophomore Archers by a close marain, ln the
finals, the Winas proved their right to be called champions of '39 by coming
from behind to defeat the Freshmen. The Sophomore airls, before beina
crowned champs, had a scare from the Freshmen lassies. The araduatina
Lettermen proved themselves superior by staaina a rally to defeat the 1940
varsity in a sudden-death overtime.
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Top Pictures' Otticers---le-on llortolzrg:-1, sports mungger, Rosemary Pond, president, Fredo Schnecl:
treasurer, Miss Aoigmscn, gdviserg Eileen Huston, secretory, Kathleen Scott, Vice-president
Senior Letter Girls Roberto Connett, Eloise Price, Peggy Felger. Pcxuline Iohnson
Doris Moy Oettirig,
Lorge Group Picture, Entire Girls' Athletic Association gs named on opposite page.
Third Row Pictures: Freshmen Speedsters - Pot McCoy, Frieda Schoenemon, Miriam Pond
Constance Kumter, Bgrkoro Miller, Agnes Firrsshnerg Soph Troicxnettes - Ruth Ann Emriclc
Ruth Stolte, Mcxxyne Grepl-ce, Borbcrro Alden, Dorothy Lehman, Ruth Lunz, Phyllis I, Scott
Fourth How Pictures. Softball Strikers -- Almo Smith, Betty Wir:kmon, Ruth Allen
Mory Ann Armstrong, Ruth Stoltey Senior Plague Girls - Rose-mory Pond, Pre-do Schneclc
Eileen Huston, l'Io'hleen Scott.
6. A. A. ELEVATES SGHUUL SPIRIT AND AGHIEVEMENT
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Top Row: l. Sims. M. Cox, B. Alden, V. Trumpey, B. Miller, M. Pond, V. Degler, E. Haulie,
V. l. Summers, B. Lunz, R. A. Erririck, Ft. Stolte, A. Smith, D. Lehman.
Third Row: l. Kortokrax, M. Spice, M. Keesler, M. Brim, l. Kahlenbeck, C. Kumter,
B. Kahlenbeck, P. Felger, H. Perry, G. Deahl, B. Mutton, B. Ntforgum, P. Babel, E. Price.
Second Bow: B. Mason, L. Schneider, F. Schoeneman, P. McCoy, P. M. Scott, R. Hauke.
C. Gatton, B. Wickman, A. Forschner, B. Connett, M. Holle, P. Beck, P. Bode, A. Gebhart,
Front Row: B. Miller, D. M. Oetting, L. A. Hardisty, D. Gutmann, F. Schneck, P. lohnson,
K. Scott, E. Huston, Ft. Pond, C. Miller, N. Wiegman, P. I. Scott, M. Grepke, A. Anson.
0 The Girls' Athletic Association aims to promote interest in girls' physical
education among all the girls ot the school. Under their new supervisor,
Miss Adamson, the G. A. A. has become very active in school sport life and
in the Indiana League of High School Girls' Athletic Associations.
A girl can obtain her G. A. A. letter by tallying 250 points. There are
three awards our athletes work tor: the first is the class numeral with 150
pointsg the school letter is next with 250 pointsp the greatest honor to receive
is the state plaque which requires 350 points. To be eligible for this state
award, a girl must be a senior and must pass a minimum of fourteen tests
covering five or more activities: the school must have been a member of the
state league for two years, and records of candidates' points must be in the
manager's hand by April l. Four seniors earned plaques at the state play
day at Hammond, Indiana, on May l3.
The activities tor which points are granted are divided into three groups:
organized activities, unorganized activities, and achievement tests. A maxi-
mum ot 20 points can be acquired tor one year in any one activity. Points
are obtained by participating in a sport once every week for six weeks and
are granted on the basis of the actual number ot minutes or hours, excluding
dressing time, spent in any organized activity during that time. Ten points
may be received for successfully passing any one ot the achievement tests.
The sports which the girls engaged in to earn points are: badminton, base-
ball tindoor and outdoorl, basketball, hiking, tennis, tumbling, volley ball,
speed ball, and rifle shooting.
On December 2, the feminine athletes sponsored the Hlitterbug lamboreef'
on February 2l, they gave a tea dance, an innovation in our school.
ln addition to social activities, the G. A. A. "Booster" group held an
intramural basketball tournament open to all girls ot the school, and basket-
ball and tennis tourneys tor members only. All senior girls, in appreciation
of their work, were presented with the poem, "li For Girls." G. A. A. pins
were purchased by many members. 4
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F1151 SSW Cdcvfrrlz lzrcmegx, Exile Club Presliienty Riclxcrrcisrgrr, Eicrsketlcll srcrg lqwresentatives-
Eelschrrerl sgiirxs ffgrvcrrteg Qmet ln Hfcrrr lfp S-2111-ir Class Ollrcers,
V iiirid PLS.-.1 Screrxrrsts cr Pursue: Pixy-Chenr Officersp GQ-se Cluli Officers: .fmlllgrufzr Ccveclitorsg
lc-hnsorr, 313512 Crrizerrslxryi Girl.
Thrrfl Rcw: l.flcrrch, Ecmd Presrdeutq Asf3l.l1rrm:1, Samir Cl-:ss Presrflemg School Plzatoqrczphers.
Fourth Row: Flrs' Sem-esta Ncriionol Hcncr SCCIEIZJI Acrvunce Cc-enlrtorsy lnzlustrrol Arts Oflrcersq
fust Puls: Socrcl Clicnrmen.
Las! Eovr: N. vNNvl'EQUlGIl, Elrrrhurst Eur-ertumer, Pleasant Senior Pastrmez Farrell, Class Artistg
I-lmshcrw, Verscmle Trlzmhonisty Carxcerrizzirgrr lr. Stur.ly l-lciip Efglel-ter, lmiustrrol Arts
ENGINEERS MASTER BUILDING MATERIALS ANU METHIIIJS
0 In September, 1935, ninety-six engineers started work side-by-side with
the architects. The plans for their construction covered four years: and their
chief job was setting up the supports and the roof, thus determining the
character of the building. Stability of a building requires engineering skill,
so the crew chose a construction company to guide them. For the first year
they chose Mr. Wisner as inspector: Bob Haller, president: Cecelia Bergman,
vice-president, Eugene Akers, secretary: and Bob Shaw, treasurer. Along
with their work this year they enjoyed a Hallowe'en and a skating party.
As their overseer during their second year, they chose Miss Auman
with Eugene Akers acting as president: Bob Haller, vice-president,
Kathleen Scott, secretary: and Annie Laurie Porter, treasurer. This year their
social activities consisted of a dance and a skating party.
During the third year the foreman was Mr. Eickhoff and the president.
Carl Aschlimany vice-president, Bob Hallerg secretary, Pauline Iohnson:
treasurer, Byron Oswald. The important social event of this year was the
prom, Hawaiian Paradise, at which Betty Meyer was crowned queen. Also
this year, the crew won the magazine campaign with Byron Oswald,
Bob Haller, Peggy Felger, and Rosemary Pond as the high point salesmen.
Then for the final year, Miss Falls was chosen the master architect. The
technical engineers were Carl Aschliman, president: Ernest Bailey, vice-
presidentp Pauline Iohnson, secretary: and Byron Oswald, treasurer. During
this year the workers held the Mystic Ball, senior banquet, the senior-faculty
breakfast, presented "Spring Fever," and edited the Anlibrum.
At the close of four years of hard work several received special awards.
The valedictorian of the class was loyce Albert: the salutatorian,
Patricia Burgoon. Others on the four year honor roll were: Carl Aschliman,
Ernest Bailey, Bob Belschner, Pauline Bridenbaugh, Faith Coleman,
Peqqy Felger, Bob Haller, Anne Hausmann, Loraine Hess, Pauline lohnson,
Betty Larimore, William Mason, Doris May Oetting, Rosemary Pond.
Kathleen Scott, Betty Rose Sheets, lack Stark, Wyllis Wiegman, and
Betty Worgum. Those elected in '38 to the National Honor Society were:
Ioyce Albert, Patricia Burgoon, Bob Haller, Rosemary Pond, and
Kathleen Scott. Those elected in '39 were: Carl Aschliman, Ernest Bailey,
Robert Belschner, Peggy Felger, Pauline Iohnson, William Mason, and
Wyllis Wiegman. These twelve had National Honor Gold Shields on their
diplomas. Bob Belschner was elected to the National Athletic Honorary
Society in '38 and Ernest Bailey in '39. Those receiving Advance awards
were Rosemary Pond, Doris March, and Ioyce Albert: Ouill and Scroll Awards,
Haller, Porter, and Baileyy National Forensic League Awards, Degree of
Distinction, Albert: Degree of Honor, P. Burgoon, R. Pond, W. Mason and
A. L. Porter.
These engineers' activity pattern from now on is to shape new functions
to new forms of beauty and their work and association together during the
past four years will better enable them to do this.
Volume VI of T H E
the Senior Class
ELMIIIIRST HIGH SCIIUUI,
IN II I A N A
ENGINEERS FASHION UE
Dependable IOYCE ALBERT
worked the Advance and
Anlibrum Staffs played 1n Spring
Fever the band and debated She
reads for a pastime
Confldentially I think PAUL
ANSON is going to be CIT1 aviator
He obtained an E 1n softball and
sang 1n the Glee Club
Our pres1dent CARL
ASCHLIMANI He made up the
Advance dummy and played in
Spr1ng Fever He has a typing
p n for forty words
That arnbitlous and amicable
ERNEST BAILEY got ads for the
Aavance played basketball and
wrote sports for the Anlibrum
If you want to see a good sport
Jut watch BOB BELSCHNER play
golf and basketball He ha four
service stripes on his basketball E
and is on the Anlibrum business
DALE BOEDEKER addressed as
president of the Industrial Arts Club
also belonged to Phy Chem and
Gle Clubs His hobbies are sports
Good natured PAULINE
Anlibrum and Advanc and b
longed to Commercial and Latin
PATRICIA BURGOON has a
variety of nterests belonging to the
National Honor Society Anlb rn
Staff G A A and Glee Club She
IS president of the Forum Club
GEORGE CLEMANS belonged t
the Industrial Arts Rifle and Com
rnercial Clubs and also found time
for stamp collecting and radios
FAITH COLEMAN a demure little
maiden was a reporter for the
Advance and a member of Phy
Chem Lat1n and Home Ec Clubs
Fast1d1ous ROBERTA CONNETT
ang in the Glee Club belonged to
G A A and Commerc1al Club and
was a member of the Advance Staff
EVELYN DAUTZ should have lots
of good luck because she collects
4leaf clovers She belonqed to
Commercial Club and served on
various social committees
SIGNS FUR STUDENT LIFE
Fashionable VIRGINIA DEGLER
belonged to G A A R1fle and
Home Ec Clubs She devotes her
le1sure t1rne to danc1ng and swim
The class artist IS MAX FARRELL
He was chairman of decorations for
the Junior prom and on the commit
tee for senior announcements
PEGGY FELGER sang in all the
operettas besides being president of
the Glee Club She also has a
A A letter and is on e
Anl1brum bus1ness staff
The assistant photographer for
the Anl1brum IS ROBERT FIEDLER
He spent the remainder of h1s time
working on model airplanes and a
a member of the Phy Chem Club
WILLIE FIELDS was the most wil
ling victim of Bob Ierry and the hat
rack 1n Spr1ng Fever He belonged
to Phy Chem and Latin Clubs
IAMES FOOTE spent two years
at Iefferson Township playing class
basketball his third year at New
Haven in the Canteen Club and h1s
senior year at Elmhurst 1n the In
dustrial Arts Club
DORTHA FREMION is a home
reading and making scrapbooks
IERRY FRY Doc to you was
vice president of the Latrneers one
of the stars of Spring Fever and
1n the Phy Chem and Rifle Clubs
Because she pleases with her ac
cordion playing M A D E L I N E
GILPIN S name is on the magaz1ne
campaign cup the class won She
IS also Advance typist
Versatile BOB HALLER the snappy
drurn maior of the band has letters
in Rifle Club and Band IS co editor
of the Advance and played in
LEROY HAMILTON insists his
hobbies are eating and sleeping but
he does play softball and has an E
to show for it
In spite of the fact that hrs Model
T requires so much of h1s time and
attention WILLIS HARMAN has
found time to keep up with the Phy
Chem and Industrial Arts Clubs and
earn his F in band
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ENGINEERS LIIBBY EUR
BEATRICE HARRIS was secretary-treasurer
of the band,
in band and
member of Glee Club, E-Club
in the band, She won an E
a sweater in basketball. Her
sewing and collecting scrap
Proficient secretary of Commercial Club
reporter on Advance staff, winner of E in
G. A. A. and worker on the Senior Banque
is ESTHER HAUKE. Her hobbies are dan
ing, skating, and singing.
An efficient student of chemistry, business
and art is ANNE MARIE I-IAUSMANN, For
hobbies, she sings, types, reads, swims, and
plays the piano.
The ambitious sharpshooter and singer
who collects match-holders and takes ball
room dancing is MARY HENSCHEN. Sh
came from South Side last year.
That gracious girl who played in band
attended the Prom Queen, and served on
Prom committees is LORAINE HESS
won a medal in typing, belonged to G. A. A
and Commercial Club.
A follower of many clubs is LEMOINE
HINSHAW. He is a member of Rifle Phy
Chem, E-Clubs, band, and served on Sent
The lass who belonged to G. A. A., at
tended the Prom Oueen, aided the Prom
committee, senior dance program, and ba
also a member of Commercial and Glee Clui
Happy-go-lucl-ty EILEEN HUSTON says
her hobbies are talking and girls' sports. She
was kept busy as secretary of G. A. A
student adviser of Regina Domi, and on th
business staff of the Advance.
A lobbyist for hobbies is CATHERINE
IRVINE, She plays the marimba, guitar
goes roller skating, horseback riding, and
Most charming girl of the Senior Class is
PAULINE IOHNSON. As secretary of '33
and '39 classesp varsity basketball, two
years, student director of "Spring Fever
and senior editor of Anlibrum, she did her
part. As a diversion, she collects hankies
and ivory figures,
MARTHA KEESLER came from South Sid
in her iunior year, joined Glee, G. A
and Phy-Chem Clubs. Her hobbies are col
lecting scrapbooks and bicycling.
A reserved miss from South Side
DOROTHY KIENE. She belonged to South's
Travel Club and band. Her hobbies are
collecting poems and scrapbooks.
BBIES ANIJ ACTIVITIES
BETTY LARIMORE was awarded an E
for her activities in the band and also a
typing award Shes a member of Commer
cial Club and all her leisure time is spent
in collecting stamps
IDA MAY LININGER who came this year
irom North Side hasnt yet identified herself
with our activities Her hobby is reading
BOB LINK a gay dog played basketball
golf and softball for four years He sang
in Glee Club His hobbies are golfing and
Here is GERALD MACGREGOR who has
three hobbies knuckle cracking playing
'ic tac toe and always being first in the ham
CLAUDE MALDENEY was a member of
Industrial Arts Club played senior class
asketball and served on the Senior An
nouncement Committee His hobbies are
Jriting poetry and modeling radios
The first lady of the band is DORIS
MARCH She was circulation
Advance played basketball
ommercial Club EClub Sextet
nd served on Senior Banquet
An active youth is WILLIAM MASON
who was a member of Forum Rifle Phy
hem EClub and National Forensic League
dis hobby is music
Prom Queen cf I9 8 secretary of Glee
Club member of Rifle EClub and Glee Club
is BETTY MEYER Her hobbies are dancing
Mystery Boy wont talk that s BILL
JIILLER a member of Glee Club and a sports
The lead in Spring Fever president of
Why Chem Anltbrum Picture Editor commit
eeman of intramural basketball and Senior
Danc is IAMES MILLER For his hobbies he
fias chosen photography and the construction
f many airplane models
All around girl thats DORIS MAY
OETTING A member of G A A a d
rchestra Anlibrum and Advance typist
'member of Home Ec Club and EClub
typing collecting souvenirs swimming and
driving are proof enough of this She has
hree typing pins
Keeper of the Class of 39s sock is
BYRON OSWALD He directed the Anlibrum
ad campaign played Spring Fever
was member f Phy Chem and high
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ENGINEERS GUNTHIVE WURK ANU PLAY PATTERNS
Reliable ROSEMARY POND belonged to
National Honor Society, debated, shot, sang.
and led yells. She helped edit the Advance
Reserved ANNIE LAURIE PORTER co-
edited the Advance. She was awarded an
E for her G, A. A, activities. She's a meme
ber of Phy-Chem Club and collects poems
as a hobby.
A vivacious bit is ELOISE PRICE, co-
editing the Anlibrum, earning her E in
G. A. A., writing to foreign pen pals, and
belonging to Home Ec., Glee, and Phy-Chem
A goal-getting demon who also played
softball is HAROLD RICHARDSON. As a
reward, he was given an E. Swimming is
his other great interest,
A ioiner is DALE ROMEY, belonging to
Commercial, Industrial Arts, Casting, Rifle,
and E Clubs. By the way, he's president of
Rifle Club and plays class basketball.
Pugilist IIM RONVAN won the Golden
Gloves Championship in '38 I-Ie earned an
E by managing the Troians. Serving on
class committees and collecting sport shots
were his other activities.
Commercial Club Pri? sident, F R E D A
SCHNECK, also took part in "Spring Fever,"
She was awarded an E for her athletic
activities, She does lots of dancing and
KATHLEEN SCOTT, popular star of
"Spring Fever," shot on the Rifle team, was
feature editor of Advance, and won E's in
G. A. A. and Rifle Club.
He worked on the Anlibrum Business
Staff, belonged to Phy-Chem Club, and ene
tertained himself by playing golf and class
basketball. Who? ARTHUR SHADY.
Iovial BETTY ROSE SHEETS did her share
on the Anlibrum Staff and sang in Glee Club.
She diverts herself by attending sports
Who is the tranquil member of the
boisterous Senior Class and whose chief cc-
cupation is constructing beautiful objects from
wood? Why, of course, HENRY SPICE.
IACK STARK belonged to Phy4Chem and
Industrial Arts Clubs. He was an Anlibrum
activity editor. He spends extra time on 4-H
Loquacious IACK STAYANOFF debated
and joined Phy-Chem, Rifle, and Industrial
Arts Clubs. Stamp collecting and photog-
raphy take up his leisure time.
ELAINE TARR participated in "Spring
Fever" and was awarded an E in band. She
works on the Anlibrum and Advance Staff,
sings in Glee Club, and writes to pen-pals,
She was on the publicity committee for
Senior dance and belonged to Commercial
Club besides spending her extra time collect-
ing stamps. Vtlho? IOSIE THOMAS.
Sharpvshooter PAUL VENDERLEY obtained
his E in Rifle Club and also belonged to
Commercial and Industrial Arts Clubs. He
took snaps for the Anlibrum too.
BETTY WICKMAN belonged to G. A. A.
She debated one year and played basketball
for two years. Her foreign correspondents
now keep her busy.
Tap-dancing NORMA WIEGMAN obtained
an E in G. A. A. She belonged to Glee.
Commercial, and Rifle Clubs. Besides dancf
ing, she draws for her own entertainment.
Student conductor of band in which she
cbtained an E, WYLLIS WIEGMAN also
plays in the Sax Sextet. General chairman
for Senior Banquet, shes also senior Anlibrum
Witty MARY IANE WILKIE typed for
Advance, solicited for Anlibrurn ads, acted
in "Spring Fever," shot in Rifle Club, and
drew in Art Club. She enioys dancing in
CHARLES XIVILSON played in the band.
belonged to Phy-Chem and E Clubs, is on
Advance Business Staff, and gives all spare
time to old automobiles.
Do you have any Indian head pennies?
li so, turn them over to MARGIE WOODS
as she collects them. Also she loves travel-
ing and the movies.
Designer BETTY WORGUM makes fashion
sketches and Scrapbooks, copyreads for
Advance and belongs to Commercial Club
and G. A. A. She also plays tennis.
Demure ROSELLA ZELT devotes all her
extra time to collecting pictures and short
stories tor a scrapbook. In addition, she is
a fine seamstress.
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Annie Laurie Porter
Betty Rose Sheets
Mary lane Wilkie
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0 On September l2, the Engineers elected their officials for the year,
namely: C. Aschliman, president: E. Bailey, vice-president: P. lohnson,
secretary: and B. Oswald, treasurer. For the first activity they chose a dance,
the theme of which was "Mystic Ball." On October 15, imps and devils
jumped out at you from every nook and cranny. The iitterbugs iittered to
Gene Sheridan's swing.
On October 20, the strenuous work of Anlibrum campaigning began.
Eloise Price and loyce Albert were appointed co-editors. The "Slugs" on
November 22, thrilled their audience with "Spring Fever" with P. Felger
and I. Miller as the leads. As a reward for their fine work, the cast had a
potluck supper on December l.
In observance of St. Valentines Day, the Engineers had a hilarious time
at a party in home room l2.
On March l0, the Senior Wings made a fine showing when they
defeated the Frosh in the lnterclass Tourney to be crowned the "champs"
The Senior girls, the "Iitterbugs," lost to the Freshmen in their initial game.
For obvious reasons, Miss Falls could take only one day of childish
capers from the Seniors when they celebrated Kid Day on April 28. The
next night the Engineers were feted at the Penthouse Rendezvous by the
On May l6, at the West Creighton Church, the annual Senior Banquet
was held. The graduation theme was carried out beautifully with small dolls
about six inches high serving as place cards and holding scroll diplomas in
their hands. The names were printed on the outside of the diplomas: and
on unrolling them, one found the banquet program outlined. The class will
and class prophecy were read and Valedictorian, Ioyce Albert, and
Salutatorian, Patricia Burgoon, gave very enlightening s p e e c h e s .
W. Wiegman, as general chairman, and many other seniors who served on
committees helped make the banquet a success.
The Engineers, on Senior Day, May l9, glorified themselves by wearing
the coveted caps and gowns for the first time. They rushed around ex-
changing yearbook autographs with everyone.
At 2 P. M. on May 2l, the Baccalaureate services were held with
Dr. E. Burns Martin from, the Wayne Street Methodist Episcopal Church
speaking on the topic, "True Lantern Bearersf'
The next event was on the morn of May 25 when the Faculty honored
the Seniors with an appetizing breakfast.
At last the long-awaited day arrived. May 26 at 8:00 P. M. the Corn-
mencement procession began. The speaker for this very special occasion
was Professor Andrew Cordier of North Manchester College. The gray-robed
Seniors made a pleasing sight as they solemnly marched up to receive their
ln our storehouse of memories are all these activities and those of other
years. Fun, companionship, and work have erected a fine structure. Good
luck in bigger and better building!
ENGINEER E. P.
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I-IOMER R. GETTLE
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WALTER A. FELGER
Sheriff of Allen
VIM SPORTING GOODS
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925 S. Calhoun Street
WEYRICK SERVICE STATION
U. S. 24 and Covington Road
Ouality Flowers Groceries and Meats
301 W. Main St. Ft. Wayne, Ind. Ntfaynedale R. R. No. 4
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Feature Your Official Iewelry
818 Calhoun Street
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Corner Covington and Old
RAINBOW ICE CREAM CO.
Special Prices On Ice Cream for
Picnics, Reunions and
l902 S. Calhoun Street
S. F. Oliver, Proprietor
We Call For and Deliver
1920 Broadway Phone A-5287
WESTGATE SERVICE STATION
SOCONY - VACUUM PRODUCTS
Corner Bass-Leesburq Roads
Grey S. Conklinq, Proprietor
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CARL A. OSTERMAN
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General Practice in All Courts
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ESTI-IER RAE BEAUTY SHOP
Complete Beauty Service
Robertson Theatre Bldg.
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express IIS appreciation for the k1r1dIy help it
hos received from:
Laverqrre I. Lounsbury of
PONTIAC ENGRAVING CO.
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Another year at Elmhurst High has r lled by A
year full of good times victories s me defeats
studying and progress
Modern architecture symbolizes the progress
made in every field of activity Espec ally are the
different phases of a building under construction
symbolic of our school year
The faculty freshmen sophomores and Juniors
are the foundation of the building The construction
of this edifice is aided by the activities and sports
which help to make it attractive The ompletion
comes at Commencement when the seniors after
four ,fears cf endeavor receive th ir diplomas
After completing one part of their building of
life the class of l939 goe forth to continue to erect
l The Materials The School and Anlibrum
The Foundation Faculty luniors Sophomores
Construction Building Personality Through
Completion Senior Four Year Plan
Adve t sing and Autographs
a beautiful, trustworthy and substantial edifice.
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