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

 - Class of 1940

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Candid Camera atches In-,k Purlv Lurcnc .md I-xa Future C lumpi Y 4 ,w3,i,""'f fn NJN Shirt gCl'lbhllIl' liccrmnn .md R ll I lx .1 Cub Reporters as , . axe wi Ilcll Hurlqf Y :Nw I-an f WAN .'Xdv.u1cv:J X+y'ElS 1 gis- J ii? L sw. 0 I . 5 ll 1' :: 9 '37 2 2 R lun lcs Xlliurcttc 2- f f H-N Cub RCPOIWCFCIICQ 5 M s r Q aw S523 ,, bpurtucs Thur .IQ Im II.mcm:k l'l1y-Llwmcri Une Half uf YC llfx XVinic I.1sl1mn llaxllcx : 29? a V li' ixlfxfi--K ff? Pugr nz F-ma 14" -"' f JVM 2j f,wLMz J f Wy f , 03 X ww I aww' 1 ' QUAD ' I , J! WM WW. MW WAWLWMQML W Wwfwiz Elmhurst Ghost Writers Enjoy Jobs ANLIBBRUM STAFF: li. Swank, XV. Sarasien, L. J- Folt1, F. Sutoriux, L. Ankenbruck. Miss Falls, A. de la Motte, L. Lepper, D. Connett. M. Buskirk. Situnliug, T011 Rule: G. Stoller, XV. lfusselman. J. Beltf, C. Deam, XV. Rove, R. Ellison. Szworzil Rout V. Foulks, R. Hills, G. Deahl. B, Alden, P. Oyer. Frou! Row: P. Rabel, B. M. Miller, M. Holle, L. Crick, P. J. Scott, D. J. Lehman. ADVANCE STAFF: Burk Rout N. Sessions, D. Rogers, l.. Meyc , F. Pontius, M. Merrill, R. Leatherman, V. Foulks, J. Keller, ll. Simerman, XV. James, D. Schmidt. Serolfil Ron: P. Roe, M. Pcnd, M. Holle, G. Dcahl, C. Kumfer, P McCoy, M. Brim, A. dc la Morne, P. Rabel, B. M. Miller, L. Crick. Tlriril Row: l. Morse, D. Foltv, V. Morse, R. Avery, H. Perry, B. Tarr, L. A. Hardisty, XV. Saraxien, D. Lehman, M. Grepke, V. Branstratcr, R. Stolte, B. Stautlier. lfrnul Razr: l.. Ankenbruck. C. Cohagen, NV. Stein. J. Foltv, H. Miller, B. Millliouse. J. Monce, M. Sands, M. Leonard, l.. Anson A. Anson. J. Clausen, P. J. Scott, A. Keller. PHOTOGRAPHERS: M. Buskirk, B. Kahlenbeck, D. Connett. ADVANCE STAFF: P. Oyer, H. Mason, Beltl, C. Deam, U. Coil, I. I:-ilu. J. Sonner, Miss McComb, J. Summers, B. Alden, Mr. Wisner, R. Ellison, XV. Fusselman, L. Lepper. The Elmhurst Advance entered its ninth year of publication under the direction of Miss Pauline Holl. After the mid-year examinations, Miss Dorothy McComb took over. The Advance inaugurated a program of gradual change for the paper with the slavedrivers. Calvin Deam and Barbara Alden, in charge. Jeannie Summers collected articles. Joyce Sonner eliminated from the copy the mistakes of the much-picked-upon reporters. The Advance has become an institution at Elm- hurst: but as every institution has a financial prob- lem, the Advance has, too. This problem, however. did not worry many, for the Advance had an able business staff under the guidance of Mr. Howard XVisner with Louis Lepper and David Coil as road bosses. The Advance, having received International First Place, is now bidding for highest place in the annual Quill and Scroll judging of high school papers. The 1940 Anlibrum was "edited and re-edited and compiled and de-compiled," fsee Miss Fallsj by an all-school staff of students with journalistic leanings. This plan for gathering statistics is new to Elmhurst and has made for increased accuracy and speed in editing. The Anlibrum gratefully owes its being to the senior salesmen and to the business staff led by Louis Lepper and W'endell Fusselman. Others of Herky's helpers were: M. Grepke, ass't news editor: L. Ankenbruck, A. Keller, B. Tarr, A. de la Motte, J. Monce, copy-readers: P. Oyer, make- up eclitor: L. J. Foltz, feature editor: P. J. Scott. C. Cohagen, feature writers: H. Mason, exchange editor: R. Ellison, headline editor: M. Pond, society and alumni editor: J. Beltz, sports editor: D. Rogers, XV. James. P. Oyer, sports writers. On the business staff were: F. Pontius, N. Sessions. L. Meyer R. Leather- man, B. Fair, V. Foulks, M. Jenkins, B. Tarr, L. Henry, M. Merrill, J. Belschner. The persevering typists were M. Holle, G. Deahl. B. Stauffer, L. Crick, M. Brim, P. Rabel, B. Miller. At the annual Banquet, Herky applauded those who won Advance Awards: C. Deam. L. Lepper, J. Sonnor, L. J. Foltz, B. Alden, J. Beltz. J. Summers, F. Pontius and D. Coil. W. Fusselman and L. J. 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LIQIINIAN IIAROI IJ MASON KIOYCE MUNCIQ Quill umf Srrull C.-XI,VIN IJIAM in '39 LAURA LIANI' FUI.-I-Z NYI'NI7I"II. IJUSSIQLMAN Prom QIIUVII ADINE LJIVIIIIART 1511111 fIff4'l11lAllIfA RUTH .NNN IMRILK BETTY IAAIR NIAXYNI-' kiRI'I'IiI' RUTH LUNZ XIOYCT MONCIZ KIIANNI- SL'NINlI"RS Officers and Sponsor Keep Dogwatch ' 'fe i " G 4 . ' " . , ' ' +- . 's K 2. 4 M- as ef ' o r 1 " .1,: ' . 355 3 D XV. Fl,'SSI'.LNlAN -I. l5lQl.T'Z L, LI. FOLTZ R. SHAIQFI' R I'ri'.i1.lni! l'1ii-fvrrinlrfzl Yu rrluri Tiruinrrr XVIQNIJFLL FUSSFLHAN "W'1uil1" IANHS BELTZ "lim" Cfluu Prem Tliiri' YLVVIIIA Commercial Club I'3-4 Yarsity Basketball 1-I-3-4 Varsity Softball I-I-3-4 National Honor Society 3-4 LAURA .IANF FOLTZ lli'rff'i'i Girl lilrfiif " lillllfn Regina Domi l-I-3-4 Pres. i Adiance Staff l-2-3-4 Pres. latineers 1 Li. A. A. I-Z "it was a hard fight, On the afternoon of May 24. fifty-four graduates and their sponsor clustered about Herky who was frantically listing senior activities. Soon after the seniors had renewed old acquaint- ances, they elected ofhcers, who. with Miss Falls, kept the dogwatch on the senior calendar of events. On October 14. Herky enjoyed the music of Lowell Meyers' orchestra and the colorful carnival decorations of the "Senior Fiesta." Herky bent a willing ear to the comedy, "A Cheerful Little Earfulf' presented by the seniors November 30. After much cramming, the seniors passed their hrst semester exams. Then, Herky and his staff began work on the Anlibrum. However, on February 14, they took time off to exchange Valentines. The childish antics of April 26 were not those of some stray grade school children but just the seniors frolicking on their annual Kid Day. By the llilyfif Hun tniiilfirl lui rin Pliy'Chem Pres. 4 Sports liditcr 4 "Cheerful Little larfuln 4 Ritle Club 3-4 ROISI RT SHA'l1lil'R "Huh" .Yalilqfilj B111 Xiu' l'liy-Chem Club 3-4 Rifle Club I-3-4 latineeis 3 l Llub -L ma, but we won." night of April 27. the seniors, discarding their childish regalia and dressing in formal togs. were "cheek-to-checking" in "Little America," the guests of the juniors. XY'ith comic strips as the theme, the graduates turned out for a semi-formal banquet May 11 in the Old Fort Room of the lndiana Hotel. Doning caps and gowns, they heard Rev. XY'illiam N. Vincent's baccalaureate sermon on May 19. On May 23 at 7 o'clock, the class of '40 rubbed the sleep out of their eyes and joined the faculty at breakfast. "And now," said Prexy XVindy, "that you've heard Mr. Herbert W'illis' address. "Life's Xwidest Horizon," turn in your caps and gowns." Amid the congratulations and exhibiting of gradu- ation presents, Herky slipped away to write in detail the history of the year. Page fliii fri II Seniors Work Toward Final Edition LFNORA ANKICNISRUCR Holm' Alilfzrr' No, 1 Booster Club 4 Prom Committee Cllr. 3 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Regina Domi I-2-3-4 Pres. 4 PHYLLIS BAILEY Blntlviule Plirxfl uf youll lull, Soutli Side l-2 Regina Domi 3 Date Club 3 ROSI-.LLA BAR RAND Uma nj flu' fiilllllfl' tllmuijn. Curl x X ariity I Prom Attendant 5 Senior Dance Committee 4 Band 1-2 BOI3 BERGMAN l'l11.ifv,' Mn' lilhwl yoke. Rifle Club 3 Golf I-2-3 I7rt'iliman Class President l Clans liasketball 2-3-4 NY'IlI.IAM BRAGER I-1111 imil' I'iIIIIllII1. Softball 3 Class Iiasketball I-Z-3-4 Commercial Club 3 MAXINI1 BRIM Ill' ln Iliff Ci. IJ. li. Yiiijvfiy Advance Stall 4 Varsity Basketball 4 Senior Dance Cliairman 4 Date Club I'rei. 3 MAX BUSRIRK lor Sufi'-I'i-rlfirlllli' Simpy, Commercial Club J Play-Cliem Club 4 Band l-1-3-4 Class liaxketball 1-2-4 DONALD CONNIQTT iYliiili'1ml1'i Alilll lrlilili. Class Ireasnrer 1-1 Pliy-l'liem Club 4 National llonor 'iogiflx -1 Anlibrum Stall 'G-4 Page fuurlcrn "Diekie" "Pl1yll" "Rt.se' "La Rue" "XY'illie" "Mickey" "Buskie" "Dick" ALMEDA M. COX lllixi Sugiieiiy. Forum Club 2-3-4 "Cheerful Littlc Ifarful" 4 Band I-2-3-4 Prom Committee 3 PAUL C. CRALL xl Girfi Ri'ier1t'. Pliy-Cliem Club 4 Industrial Arts l-4 Band 1-2-3 Rifle Club 4 KI-'NNIETH CRICK liter sn L1lIlt'f. Play-Cliem Club 4 Industrial Arts 4 Prom Committee 3 LUCII Llf CRICK .-I Sfi-3 Slrilqli'-f1eur'fi'J Laislv. Regina Domi I-2-3-4 Red Cross Club 4 Prom Attendant 3 Student Director Senior Play GIYORGIL DIQAHL Gum' in lllillilfldfllllli Again! Commercial Club 3-4 Play-Chem Club 4 Red Cross Club 4 'Cligerful Little Iiarfulu 4 CALVIN DRAM Ilnizlfcnixq Du lmmrriu Advance Editor 4 Red Crow Pres. 4 Pliy-Cliem Club 3-4 Iivoster Club -I ALICE DF LA MOTTE Cliuziijiluirl Sit'7l04QY':117l71'7', Regina Domi 1-2-3-4 Glee Club l-2-3-4 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Booster Club 4 PAUL DISS I .ur to-Jai: ll in wer -lunmrrurz . lnduxtrial Arts 2 Band 1-2-3-4 lilass Basketball 2 "Allie" "Cliff" "Kenny "Lucy "George" "tial "Al "Di77y RUTH FIIELITS S-uwti S-milev. Commercial Club 4 Rcgina Domi 1-4 Latinecrv 3 Date Club J HARLAN E. PORSCHNER A W'nu' on IVl.n'i'li. Rille Club 1-2-3-4 Play-Cbcm Club 3-4 Industrial Arts I-2-4 Il Club 3-4 VERNON FOULKS Sfmuli llvlllrliug Biiiltrlt. Varsity Basketball 2-3-4 Varsity Soferball 1-Z-3-4 Varsity Golf I-2-3-4 "Pipswcet' "Har' "Vi:rnie National Athletic Honorary 3-I DOROTHY CRAFT Prlrli' null Pr'i'H'i. Prom Attendant 3 Regina Domi 1-2-3-4 Commercial Club 4 Perfect attendance 1-12 RALPH GUTMANN Smile Wim Auunf. tlas Basketball Z-3-4 Pliy-Chem Club 4 Red Cross Club 4 Softball 2 BIQTTY HAXVK Zlf7-ZUIHII-ZA'Yf. Rifle Club 3-4 Regina Domi 4 Commercial Club 4 Prom Committee 3 ROLAND HILLE Sliiiriril-Olli' llrnnl. Play-Chem Club 3--I Ind. Arts I-2-3-4 Band I-2-3-4 Letterman's Club 4 HOMIQR HOKE Dull' fluff .-1il1ln'r. I'liy-Cliern Club 4 IIILl1lilli.1l Arts Club 4 Date Club 3 "Dot' "Goody' Becky' "HiIlc' "Holter f " m ' ' 2 ' . WNV' M' ' jx 2 V ' AHA' I 1 I 3 I at N Nag X Q, X. Q Y 'QS , Nu I cn-rl'.l .'X11kcl1ln'uL lx pg 1, x 5 K 'I V ...nu mwlllx HMI ,V K I, M - 4 5 A Q, Ruw!l.1 I5.u'r.md -' 11,5 . f-..g.' gifs! 'X ,I f K .. 4 A ,W . x , x ,- Q Q Ri? --,. wi X 'r Q1 1 fi A K' ' A XYnlI1.m1 lSr.n.gcr XX Ek , 1 qi Y ,P Nhxinu BFIIH g t X f- --"QW, f' NIM lhnlurk I EE" K ' gk ' g xlf Dun Cuullcll , -"' w . . ,Q V K A I ' ,,u..' nf, e X ' NX , ' 57, Q -Xlmcdi Q mx Q . 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Stall, Mgr. 3-4 ROBERT MARTZ flu elulqurrl All'l1lll'L' of tlww Lafayette Central l Butclier's Club 3 lnduxtrial Arts 4 MAX MERRILL lmfull Sfrur'lHfmoIt'r'. Rifle Club l-2-3-4 Rifle Pres. 4 l'liy-Client Club 3-4 "Cheerful Little lfai'ful" 4 Pugi' Aix HM! "Mike Slmrty "Carol "Blondie" "Bob 'Louien "Bob" "Max" BET I'Y M. MILLER RPIAQIIS at Queen in 1939. Regina Domi 1-2-3-4 Commercial Club 4 Advance Staff 4 Prom Queen 3 NELSON D. MILLHOUSE W Pl W Tuntt u Mean Sax. Band l-2-3-4 Sofetball 1-Z-3-4 Varsity Bsltetball 3-4 Sax Sextet National Honors 2-3 ILLIAM NYCUM Bftbfrzl Curly. C. C. H. S. l Class Basketball 2-3 Butcl'ier's Club 3 Commercial Club 4 -lGLQY M. RABEL llllllylllllftj Boumf. Prom Attendant 3 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Regina Domi I-2-3-4 Advance Sta-ff l-4 ARREN ROXVE A gu'uxy of gigglrt. Prom Committee 3 Glce Club 3 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Senior Dance Committee 4 XVANDA el- SARASIEN A M Nclvr u .ilill flllllllflllf Regina Domi l-2-3-4 Pliy-Cltem Sec. 4 Booster Club 4 Red Cross Club 4 RTHUR SHEETS Reifvl4'11ili'l1I Rouming ROIIIIVI. lnduatrial Arts 2-4 Pliy-Cbcm Club 4 Vartity Basketball 2-3-4 Varsity Softball 3-4 IQLVIN Sl'llfETS ,lu lllclllllfllg Imp. lnduttrial Arts 4 Softball 2-3-4 Varsity Basketball 3-4 Lcttermaift Club 3-4 "Bet" LlJl'l'H SMALLBACK Taket Art Prize. Senior Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 3 Advance Staff 3 Glcc Club 3 "NCI" JOHN M. SNYDER "Bill" npcs "windy" "Art" "Mel" -1 A Robert Ti1y'or Furtimllr. "Cheerful Little Earful" 4 Class Basketball I-2-3-4 Pby-Chem Club 4 Prom Committee 3 GEORGE STOLLER The lull-3' W"onnwlJule'r. South Side 1-2 Anlibrum Staff 4 Prom Committee 3 Butclier's Club 3 HAROLD STOOPS lIi"i gal imrlrflriulq llrrfrl Pliy-Chem Club 3-4 Rifle Club 3-4 Band l-2-3-4 Booster Club, Vice-Pres. 4 FLORENCE E. SUTORIUS fl ffl'AHiL'filll lieuliuim' Dz'lii'am' Lafayette Central l-2 Anlibrum Co-Editor 4 Booster Club Sec. 4 "Cheerful Little Earfulu 4 ELSIE Ni. SWANK I-imli A Neil' Henri. Commercial Club Z-3-4 Prom Committee 3 Red Cross Club 4 Latineers 3 HAROLD TAYLOR Amazing Intel l't'fIlilllf-Y. Pliy-Client Club 4 Red Cross Club 4 Claes Basketball 2-3-4 Date Club 3 DORIS WALKER Quuiul illlil Qluul. Date Club 3 Banquet Committee 4 ts 'Edie' 'lloltnnic' ustoopsie' "XVhitcy "Swanltic "Skip "Doris 'T f 'f Y , wk . . - . , , , ,t , i , A K :Qi - Q , , 5 5 A jaw Q ,K x . ., K I , A 4 A Q, jg, gn P vw "' " ' 31 5 V ' :X V' y of , , Xlnry llf-llc X ., C ' K .url ll-vHm.1ll f g. K. V L' Y ' Q .xr-'imc H:-rn V S Q. A l'.lul1m' I IL1,g-glnH 534, ,r 1 an -E N X ., . - , . ' X .gg 5.- wx H Ny- - l, JE: 3. ' w . ' 8' K A ' ,Ek was an 5 se A' Wx , sf 'mlm k E Hr' 'ttf J Hn lw k.1l1lul1bcJx ui A , , -mg f ff A A V . X"".,,',!" 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M. Sioller. O. Hapner. Ififllv RIIIIZ P. Meyer, I. Wialker. li, I.. Day, ll. Stayancrl, Ci. Haag, li. Thomas, M. Grepke, Il. Gutmann, J. Sumner, IS, Thurber. SIXfl7 Run: N. Snyder. M. Jenkins, D. lreiglincr. D. J. Leliman, J. Summers, ll. Cox, R, A, Ifmrick. IS. Fair. A. Anson, P. Bolenbaugh. A. Keller. Sclrnlli Row: D. Smith, N. Sessions, B. Howard, R. Ellison, XV. Langmeyer, J. Vfilkie, R. lfislier. R. Cully, D. Jackson. liilqbrlr Row: R, Spoerliase. J, Shaefer. B. Gcbliart. R, Hamilton, D. Scliwcppc, M. Dove, B. I.. Busse, M. liremion, ll. Carder. C. Allison. Frou! Ruu: J. Moncc, A. Gebhart, D. Stapleton. I. Morse, R. Sioltc. V, Branwtrator, V. Rulka, Miss Adamson Since my nose was beginning to twitch for more news, I called on the Junior Class and their sponsor, Miss Jean Adamson. There was a class meeting in session: so I listened to the class ollicers: Fred Link, president: Jack Wilkie, vice-president: Dorothy Jane Lehman, treasurer: and Betty Fair, secretary, in .1 private discussion of their favorite sundae. I intro- duced myself to the group and asked for the news of the class. XVithout further ado. they told me .ill about the class activities for the year. They started the year off right by giving a Hard Times Party. The good news spread that the Juniors led the semester honor roll with fifteen members: Barbara Alden, Catherine Beerman, David Coil, Lorene Dam- meyer. Roger Ellison, Mary Jenkins. Dorothy Leh- man, Harold Mason, Joyce Monce, Veronica Rulka, Dorothy Schweppe. Phyllis J. Scott, Joyce Sonner, Jeanne Summers. and Norma Sutorius. Room 6, the home of the Juniors, also won the Magazine Campaign honors. Maurice Stoller was high salesman with 22 sales: Room 6 sold 170 sub- scriptions. There was a total of twenty-one E's among the Juniors. The G. A. A. letter girls were: Ruth Luna, Dorothy Lehman, Ruth Stolte. Ruth Ann Emerick, Maxyne Cvrepke. Phyllis Scott, Barbara Alden. Pauline Beck, and Adine Gebhart. The athletic letter- men were: Fred Link. Charles Coleman, Bob Capin and Arnold Greiderg Rifle Club: Adine Gebhart, Norman Sessions, and Dale Rogers: Band: Harold Mason and Tom Braeuer: Debate: Jack XY'ilkie, David Coil and Raymond Fisher. Raymond Fisher and Ruth Lunz represented the Juniors in the Booster Club. Special honors this year were awarded to several Juniors. Bob Capin was elected to the N. A. H. A. and Dorothy Lehman, Joyce Monce. Roger Ellison. and Harold Mason were elected to the N. H. S. Breathless. they paused, but not for long: then came the big news. the Junior Prom. Adine Gebhart was elected Prom Queen and her attendants were Maxyne Grepke, Betty Fair, Jeanne Summers, Ruth Lunz, Ruth Ann Emerick, and Joyce Monce. "Little American was the decorative theme which was car- ried out with icebergs, penguins, and murals de- picting the beauties of the South Pole. The chairmen of the various committees were: decoration, J.1ck XVilkie: orchestra. Dale Rogers: in- vitations, Jeanne Summers: programs, Ruth Lunzg and refreshments, Maxyne Cvrepke. The music, lights. lovely gowns and the grand march delighted me. Page ninefrrx J ,r nv WV. .7 Pagr in ruly K s 5 5 ' x x -5 J Sophomores Cover Many Beats Top Ron: C. Logsdon, NV. Churchward, R- ff"lCm-"M .l- Wiluti-etlt, R. lieebe, ll. llower, -I. Baker, R. Bolenbaugh, Cl. Gordon. SITUIIII' Rnu': D. Stute, NY. Buskirk, D. Getting, B. Mason lf. Snielser, li. Strahni, Rahlenbeck, R. Harman, G. Millhouse A. Rust. Tfviril Run: lj. Surg, L. Gungawarc, Rl. liartlc, M. Cristlc, P, McCoy, 1. Kuinfcr, G. li. May, B. 'I'arr, Y. Trunipey, IT. Lieberenl. Fllllffll Run: I., Felger, M. Miller, M. Bassett, M. Zell, R, Leithcrinan, lf. l.hurchu'ard, ll. fhilcotc, XV. Snyder, lf. Clev- cnger. Fijfb Rott: R. McQueen, Fogwell, A. Gutmann, B. ,lohnSon, 'I. Rowan, R. Parkison, l7. Fisher, P. Oyer, D. Kiracofe, L. Meyer. Slxllr Rout L. llegcrfeld, A. La Lune, B. Kahlenbeck, B. Mutton, H. Perry, ll. l. Miller. A. liorschner. XV. Briin, B. Slater. Si'ii'uflJ Row: l', Smith, W. Perl, M. Spice, R. Felrnlec, P. Htuppner, M. Pond, P. Kcnnig, L. Kraft, R. Mitchell, D. Lopshire. Elxljfb Rout F. Stayanoff, A. Ruby, A. W'ise, L. Mahaffey, T. Foltz. M. Tenhaetf. F. Schoeneman, L. Schneider, P. M- Scott, E. Kiester, I. Grush, S. Rummer. Fmrll Row: B. Miller. P. Bade, L. Knuckles, D. Loveless, Margaret Cox, L. A. Hardisty, B. Robinson, I.. Gilpin, Marjorie Cox, Miss Auman. The sophomore class, sponsored by Miss Auman, held their first meeting in October and elected otlicers for this year. They chose John Baker to preside at their meetings and Don Hower as his assistant. The keeper of the minutes was Frieda Schoeneman, and Robert Coleman took charge of whatever monev they had. Following the usual custom, they chose a skating party at Bell's Rink for their iirst semester activity. It was held on December 2, and after all the thrills and spills, it was discovered that financially they had come out on top. Tom Foltz and Lois Schneider had charge of all the ticket sales. Fourteen students, Ruth Felmlee, Tom Foltz, Ireta Grush, Donnabel Loveless, Betty Mason, Paul Oyer, Eugene Pontius, Lois Schneider, Frieda Schoeneman, Phyllis M. Scott, Betty Slater, Margaret Tenhaeff, Anna Wfise. and Melvin Zelt earned a place on the lirst semester honor roll. Of the ninety-six members in the class, forty were athletes. joe Rowan and Gilbert Millhouse received their letter sweaters. Don Hower, Gilbert Millhouse, Bob Coleman, Paul Oyer, joe Rowan, and Raymond Beebe played on the softball squad. These six besides Bob Parkison, john Baker, and Rolland Leatherman played on the second team. Sixteen members of the class were on intramural basketball teams. The mem- bers of the G. A. A. were Pat McCoy. Connie Kum- fer, Miriam Pond, Barbara Miller, Frieda Schoenman, Margaret Christie, Betty Mutton, Bette Kahlenbeck. Lois Schneider, Phyllis M. Scott, Balbe Robinson, Aloana Kahlenbeck, Betty Mason, Lou Ann Hardisty, and Marjorie Cox. For two years C. Kumfer and B. Miller have been majorettes in the band. Page flffflfj'-Of!! Cubs Report Parties and essons WJ X a' J A at P i . ' . . J U lx 4-I i "1'ii.Z?"f' -", J ,yi S 1. 4. W . V,, l .,:,.,:. , , ,, , .. -' l es , "W , 't ' U ' 2' M ' K ,' . A -m e M., 11 f ffl , Jive'-' ' ' V N? ,W ,J ,. ' S 5 , , it ' ..- ...,Q'. ,1.: "2 5 M "1'Z'?"'KX iff? , F lp! V t A ere., . wQYW'IT' Q lf 1 . . . rcs...--. 'A" .1 5 1 . P i ' 'FP fi nr Tnfv Ruiz: D. Sexton, D. Mills, ll. Liordon, lj. Xklnlf, I., Parker, M Ilanmggartner. R, H-.lImy.iy, ll. Stein. Ymmnl Kon: I. Turner. D. Miller, ll. lungwell, A. M. Sichold, Al. Mulligan, M. McMillan. U. Slater, P. Hildebrandt, Tfmtl Run: Ci. Keller, M. Slulc. l. Ruth. l. Sproat. Nl. Swank, ll, Conahan, Li. Langnieyer Fnurllv Rim: F. Licette, XV. Dammeyer, Ci, Cahle. D. Bryce. C. lluxkirk, ll. Deuter, R. Lrain. ll. haunt, kl. Bridenhaugh, K. Iford. Frfifr Rout Wh Cline, B. Coil, P. Bailey. T, Adarns, E. Fagan, A. D'Andre.i, P. Horn, l.. Uullaglian, D. Nyeum, Mr. Xvisner. lfrrmt Rune: j. Hraeht, R. Meyer, K, Diss, H. Hanke, P, I-Qhrmann, D. Bolinger, R. Avery. M. l3r.igi.o, ll. Clausen, M. Garrimn. In September '59 the "greenies" entered .1 new and exciting adventure-high school. They chose Lynn Henry aw presidcntg Hope Miller, vice-president: and Lavonne Anson, as Qecretary-treasurer to guide them and keep them on the right track. Mr. XVisner be- came their sponsor. They were to have a Skating Party at Bell's Skating Rink, but on weather froze them out, and it was postponed until April 13. A Pure luwnly In if claw party was held in the school gym lfebruary 17. Games were played and refreshments served. lfleven freshmen were on the first semester Honor Roll. They included: Paul Bailey, Marian Draggo. Donna Foltz, Juanita Foltz, Margaret Lunz, Donald Schmidt, James Sarasien, jean W'eist, and the otlicers. I.ynn Henry. Hope Miller, and Lavonne Anson. Greenies Release Activity News 7 4 , +409 fO Mfr fig' f 4 Jr W ,ik I, Q- Y Top Rau: XV. james, ll. Larimore, ll. Hutton, ll. Shaefer. NV. Hardisty, ,l. Belsehner. .Snumf Run: ll. Rump, B. Nletcalf, L. Chureliward, H. Larpenter, l. llaxwn, l'. Riehle. l. llenry, V. Muller. Tfunf Rout B. Hum. U. Vogts. ,l. Vfeist, R. Llohnson, Xl. NY'illett. U, I'-1lu,lQ. Hille, l'11llYfb Rule: Nl. Keller, 17. Schmidt, H. Simurman, B. Hraelit, U. Ormiston. N. Xlelleyitt, xl. Sarasitn Flflfa Run: L. lieesler, -l. Cilapesattle, xl. Gillespie, Xl. Sonafranli. l', Roe. Sllfll Ruu: H. Fogelson, V. Morse. li. Bunn, Xl. liahlsing. Nl. lunl, R. Nl. lf-eelx. V, Xlexer. Nl, Leonard. l. Kline If K 'll - . l'I, l'rw1! Run: li. Alohmun, Nl. Picl-iard, U. Douglas, LP. Cox, Nl. Sandx, l.. .Xnsm,n, li. Xlillhouse, R. Kline. l'oltl, l-l. Miller. Forty-two freshmen helped to earn money for school assemblies by selling one hundred twenty- eight magazines. This tops the record eyer made bv freshmen. The leading sales were made by: Lynn Henry, Ruth Mary Beck, jerry Clausen, james Kell- er. Verlin Stoller, .lean Clapesattle. Hope Miller, Margaret Lunl, Mabel Leonard, Lottie Kline, lluaniia lfoltz, Donald Schmidt, and Dorothy Vogts. The freshmen on the Advance Stat? included: Jean Mull- igan. Donna Foltz. Betty Millhouse. Hope Miller, -luanita Foltz, Mabel Leonard, Phyllis Roe, Lynn Henry, and XVayne James. Bill Deuter, Norman McDevitt. ,lack Belschner and Ray Nlutton were the freshmen athletes, Juanita Foltz and Paul Bailey represented the freshmen in Booster Club. 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V "cm V- . 5-mf-m1 1. - ,,..-., W AL. -cv-'tj ' . 1,1 ,,.-A Q25 f .f.3x1,.W1,gA- 11. ...-.r A 1.. 1 1..- .x . i 1 1 9 1 19121 .1 ,.,,. 31, , 4, ,1 .' 1 lm.: -. ng ,-A,gf,'j , 47.-1 , .,:1, - , ,-.11 ':.,1: .5 x 1 2111. . 5,7 . 4-, - . ' , . f,,.1 :MA-DQ., . J , . V,i 514. gf ll. 1, V- - J , 'af , R1 r.. , .' wh ' 2' 1 if x' A . ,.k '1 l. 1. 1 .1 1 0 ,f ,.,. fix - .111 4 ,,1 y "A .. 6,21 rife 4. .-. g1,,' .1 -'.agi'.,, N: 1 .-L '."' 94. '11 .Y ,- 1 ,W a --,..,.,,r1. . .. 4, V f- 'Fi?'7-Z .3-A 'lib' -3 -1 111 ' f ' +V ' .i ' ' . vin . . ' 1 1,1 ' ,,,f ,5"f,,- git ' Elmhurst Musicians Scoop Honors Top Rnuw Mr. Fryback, Paul Meyer. Paul Diss, Don Stute. Louis Lepper, Bob Parltison, liris Sinelser, Marjorie XVillett, Howard Shaefer, Kenneth Diss, Dale Lieberenz. Iirnul Run: Margaret Cox, Donnabel laweless, Pat McCoy, Dick Fisher, Max Buskirlt, Harold Mason, Tom Braeuer, Hope Miller, Richard Larimore, Harold Stonps, Marie Ankenbruclt. Tufw Ron: Lorene Parker, lfldon Clevenger, Dale Smith, james Keller, liugene Pontius, Thomas Adams. Xvwml Rout Clair Buskirlt, Bill Deuter, Frank Pontius, Raymond Fisher, Tom Foltz. Ifrrml Rau: Connie Rumfer, ,limmy Turner. Donna Foltz, Henry lipple. Roland Hillc, Phyllis Roe, Lois Gilpin, james Sarasien. Barbara Miller. ilIi1yrm'th:i: Connie Kumfer, Barbara Miller: Clin-imif Quarlvl, Dick Fisher, Harold Mason, Max Busltirk. Tom Braeuer: Drum Major: Tom Braeuer: Sfmlrnt Cm1ilm'lui': Louie Leppcr. "Commentator Herky brings to you the opening session of the Northeastern llndiana Teachers' Con- vention at the Shrine Theatre. Here's that fine Elm- hurst High School Band garbed in scarlet and gray . . . . .U Besides playing at all of Elmhurst's games in the county and sectional tourneys, the band played at live home basketball games. Last summer they marched in Concordia's One-hundredth Anni- versary Parade, and they participated in the annual Armistice Day Parade. As usual, the Elmhurst Band, directed by Mr. Fry- back, earned high honors in the district, state, and national contests. The district contests were held at Berne and Huntington on March 20 and 30, respec- tively: the state contests were at Elkhart and XVhiting on April 6 and May 4, and the national contest was held from May 16-18 at Battle Creek, Michigan. The oflicers this year were R. Fisher, president: N. Millhouse, vice-president: and P. McCoy, secretary- treasurer. L. Lepper was the assistant conductor, T. Braeuer was the drum major, and B. Miller and C. Kumfer were again the twirlers. The band was made up of 43 instruments, which included 14 clarinets, 6 trumpets, 5 saxophones, 3 Page fllA'V1f.1-Ill trombones. 3 snare drums, 2 cornets, 2 flutes, 2 bari- tones, 2 bass horns, l bass clarinet, 1 bass drum., 1 French horn, and 1 oboe. They practiced almost daily during the forty-minute period in the gymnasium, and all received individual instruction during two additional periods every week. On Sunday, February 4, they presented their an- nual public concert in the school auditorium. In- cluded in the program were four marches, four classical selections. and four popular numbers. Last year the band placed second in division B in the district contest. The saxophone sextet, comprised of Donald Stutc. Bob Parkison, Louie Lepper, Nelson Millhouse, and two '39 graduates, Doris March and W'yllis Wiegnian, again copped first honors in dis- trict, state, and national contests. Tom Braeuer, Harold Mason, Dick Fisher, and Max Buskirk, the clarinet quartet, gained first in the district and second in the state. In solo competition, D. Fisher and D. Stute received first ratings, while P. McCoy and A. Cox earned second honors in the district. D. Stute also earned first place in both state and national contests. B. Miller and C. Kumfer gained first honors in twirling in the state contests. '93 'Vow " Y, 4 ,en Z- ,4 ' K' 2 4 U 1 Q .. v is " N W . Sl n QS. 'Eg 5. ,Q 0+ yx 41M,,,A ,: wi, .1 X --ws- 15 ,Q mi f Phy-Chem Club Plays Up Tours and Fun Burk Run: N. Sessioiiw. ll. Mason, R. Fllisou. L. Deam. sl- Slllklcr, XV. l'ussclmau. C. llnllman. ll. llergunui. Nl. liuwkirk, Xl. Merrill. Tbiril Rim: D. Smith. D, Rogers, A. Sheets, R. Hille. rl. licltl, ll. lloke. H. lialilenbeck, R. bliaeler, li. Crick. Sflllllil Rout Miss Nvininier. Mr. XVisncr, D. Connelt, R. Spoerliase. N. Xlillliuuse, ll. Taylor, H. Stoops. ll, lwirschiier, R. Gurmann. limril Rule: C. Dealil, Nl. llolle, J. Klunce, l'. -I. Scott. ll. Liix, C. Horn, XV. Sarasieii. l'. Hugenell, ll. Cirall, C. Allison, XY. Becraft. PliY-CHEM Ol'5FlCl1RS: Pliy-Clicmcr's vvorksliupg Mal-Ling an experiment: President Wdlkieq Secretary Sarasieng liuddiesg Clit-in instructorg Forum Club. Little Herky was kept mighty busy running hither and yon taking notes on the various trips and activities of the Phy-Chem Club. He first sharpened his pencil on September I2 to record the result of the election of offlicers. His notes revealed that those elected were: jim Beltz, president: Bob Shaefer. vice-president: Wanda Sarasien, secretary- treasurer. NVhen Herky returned to Fort Xvayne on Novem- ber I2, although worn out, he had much to tell The trips that were taken in October, December, February, April, and May, were well planned by D. Connett, P. AI. Scott. M. Merrill, D. Rogers, and G. Deahl. Many a spill was taken by Herky on january I5 when the club sponsored a skating party at Bell's Rink. Movies about oil were shown to the club and their guests. the Commercial Club, in March. The biggest event of the year, the Phy-Chem Fun Fest, was held on March 29 with Carl Hollman "We work hard and what do we get?" groaned acting as master of ceremonies. An orchestra com- posed of Roland Hille, Louise Lepper. Raymond Fisher, Harold Mason, Tom Foltz, Tom Braeuer. Donald Stute, Roger Ellison, Max Buskirk. and Nelson Millhouse furnished music for dancing. There were so many waiters, including Mr. Wisner. the singing waiter. and other entertainers running about that Herky thought he was in a real night club. about the two day session at the Junior Academy of Science at Terre Haute. Twenty-two members: Miss XVimmer, Mr. Wisner. sponsorsg and Herbert Dautz. the bus driver, attended the meeting. James Beltz was secretary of the academy and jack Wfilkie was elected president for the coming year. Jack's death March Z0 was a great loss to the club and to his schoolmates. Debaters Prepare Future and Date Book xftlllillflflff R. McQueen, D. Coil. R. Fisher. xl. Walkie, Nliss Mcifmnb. Sillmg: B. Coil. D. Miller. Nl. Pond. Margaret Cox, D. Loveless. The oihcers of the club, jack Wfilkie, David Coil. the members of the Forum Club. "We look up facts in musty old books and slave getting them in order and then the judge falls for the opposing team's looks so we lose." The teams this year have the knowledge, though, that they have compiled enough statistics on railroads to build one-almost-as their Subject was "Government Control of Railroads." and Raymond Fisher, all agreed that the tea dances and parties seemed to go over better than the debates did. The Forum Club holds great promise for the coming year with a new subject and experienced debaters. Letters were awarded by Miss McComb to David Coil, klack Vfilkie, Donnabel l.ovele.s, Margaret Cox, and Raymond Fisher. Pugi' In 4 uli -rim ay llwl 'M Industrial Arts Largest All-Boy Club T011 Rau: xl. Belschner, B. Thurber. Scrum! Rout R. Mutton, NY, Fusselman. IL. llausmann, lu. Coettc, B. Rahlenbeck. Tblril Row: H. Sliaefer, M. Garrison, B. Ellis, A. Gutmann, K. Crick, B. Parkison. Fuurlfr Run: xl. Sarasien. xl. Bridenbaugh, H. Furschner, V. lioulks, N. Millhouse, M. Sheets, R. Nlartz, il. Turner, Nl. Miller. Ifzfili Run: NV. Churchward. P. Crall, R. Prince, B. Braeht, ll Szilb Ron: Mr. Brumit, H. Epplc, R. Metcalf, lf. Lliurchward l"mul Ron: li. Pfeiller, R. Taylor, A. Rust, R. L-utmann, l.. Memo in Herky's notebook-Visit shop during noon hour on November 22, the day before "Presi- dent Roosevelt's Thanksgiving." There Herky found the Industrial Arts Club holding their only social event of the year-a turkey, chicken, and rabbit dinner. Presiding were: Mr. L. L. Brumit, adviser: Roland Hille, president: james Shaefer, vice-presi- dentg and Bob Kahlenbeck, secretary-treasurer. Dguter, D. Miller. R. Meyers. H. lloke, R. Diss, R. Shaefcr. H. Yovgn, R. Hille. May er, lwugwell. The purpose of the club is to acquaint the boys with jobs in various factories where shop is applied. By bringing the students in Contact with some of the different types of jobs, they hope to help them decide their chosen occupation. The club usually goes in a body to two different factories, one in semester, as their activity. This year they visited the Magnavox Company and the Aloslyn Steel Mills. Eight Home Makers Receive Thimbles Top Rum: li. Strahm, B. Mayen, C. Beerman, M. Dove, A. de la Motte, l., gl. Foltz, B. Hawk. Szwvulif Rout S. Kummer, D. Lopshire, D. Feigliner, R. Mitchell, H. Perry, P. Smith, D. Scliweppe. Tlmul RUll'Z M. Holla, R. Fields, B. M. Miller, P. Rabel, M. Christle, D. Craft, l-. Crick, V. Rulka, sl. Summers, M. Pond. Fulzrlli Rout Miss Simon, lf. johnson, A. Gebhart, XV. Saraxien, M. Leonard, D. Foltz, P. Beck, M. Ankenhrutk, L. Ankenbruck. Krrreling: A. Forschner, xl. l'ult1, G. Langmeyer. ,l. Paxson. ,l- For two months, Herky had to be especially care- ful of his manners for the Home Ec. Club sponsored its schoolwide "Etiquette Campaign." When these Regina Domi weren't busy using the proper spoon and fork Herky learned that L. Ankenbruck was their president: L. J. Foltz, vice-presidentg A. Geb- hart, secretary: W. Sarasien, treasurerg L. Crick, student adviserg and Miss Simon, faculty adviser. The falls Herky took at the skating party on October 20 were overshadowed by the fun. On Dec- ember 23, Herky had the honor of being one of the boys invited to the Christmas Party and heartily enjoyed the pre-leap year frolie. Herky's "spies" reported that the three main events of the banquet on April 16 were the revealing of "peanut sisters," installation of new otlicers, and the Monc C presentation of silver thimbles to those graduates who had been club members for four years: L. An- kenbruck. L. Crick, A. de la Motte, L. ll. Foltz, D. Graft, M. Holla, B. Miller, and NV. Sarasien. The banquet decorations were the work of P. Rabel, D. Foltz, M. Ankenbruck, and Foltz. The kitchen committee: Ll. Moncc, XV. Sarasien, D. Feiglmer, Al. Paxson, G. Langmeyer, P. Beck. M. Holle, and Al. Summers were responsible for the appetizing food served. Entertainment was planned by M. Pond, M. Leonard, and D. Lopshire: hostesses were L. Anken- bruck, L. Crick, L. sl. Foltz, and A. Gebhart. Herky's trusty little notebook revealed that the girls received much in the way of fun and socill grace through membership and participation in Regina Domi. Page tlviv Iwi -mfr Service Groups Enjoy Helping Other Members of Junior Red Cross Club were: C. Allison, L. Ankenbruck, P. Beck, J. Belschner, H. Buell, C. Busk, XV. Churchward, C. Cohagen, Marjorie Cox, L. Crick, G. Deahl, R. Ellison, R. A. Emrick, H. Epple, B. Fair, R. Fisher, L. J. Foltz, K. Ford, D. Graft, D. Gutmann, R. Gutmann, L. A. Hardisty, M. Holle, C. Hollman, C. Horn. E. Johnson, E. Keiser, C. Kumfer, G. Langmeyer, W. Lang- meyer, B. Longwell, M. Lunz, R. Lunz, G. B. May, R. McQueen, P. Meyer, V. Meyer, B. M. Miller, B. L. Miller, H. Miller, B. Millhouse, A. de la Motte, J. Mulligan, B. Mutton, L. Parker, Paxson, M. Pond, R. Prince, P. Rabel, D. Rogers, A. Rust, Sarasien, XV. Sarasien, F. Schoeneman, L. Schneider, P. J. Scott, P. M. Scott, M. Sheets. B. Slater, B. Stauffer, R. Stotle, J. Summers, F. Sutorius, N. Sutorius, E. Swank, D. Schweppe, B. Tarr, H. Taylor, M. Tenhaeff, B. Thurber, V. Trumpey, A. NVise, Wilkie, H. Yovan, P. McCoy, and Miss Wimmer. l3UUS'l'lpR lil.UlS, Haik Knit: ll. Cnnnett. L. LCPPCF, C. Deam. li. Hausmann, D. Civil, R. Prince, lf. Pontius. B. lialilenbeck, M. Merrill. Sirrvuif Run: T. Bracuer, H. Stoops, XV. Fusselman, D. Miller. J. Beltl, J. W'illtie, R. Fisher, P. Bailey. P. McCoy, R. Stolte. Tlvirf! Rim: R. McQueen, V.Foulks, F. Sutcrius, M. Grepke, A. de la Motte, F. Schoeneman, A. Vasc, M. Tenhaetf, R. Lun7, l'r'm1I Ruu: B. Miller. J. Foltz, L. Ankenbruck, P. J. Scott, D. Lehman, M. Pond, J. Summers, XV. Sarasien, J. Monce, and Miss Auman. Those who sold Eve or more magazines were: M. Stoller, D. Smith, M. Holla, L. Henry, M. Pond, B. Alden, J. Beltz, D. Kiracofe, G. Stoller, R. Beck, R. Fisher, C. Beerman, J. Clausen, V. Stoller, J. Keller, B. Kahlenbeck, R. Prince, J. Wilkie, H. Mason, M. Grepke, N. Sessions, R. A. Emrick, P. M. Scott, J. Rowan, F. Schoeneman, L. Hegerfeld, L. Schneider, G. Deahl, R. Harman, A. Gebhart, J. Clapesattle, H. Miller, M. Lunz, J. Foltz, T. Foltz, D. Schmidt, D. Vogts, M. Ankenbruck, D. Love- less, B. Mason, B. Slater, XV. Perl, L. Gongaware, A. de la Motte, T. Braeuer, R. Stolte, D. Lehman, D. Woodard, V. Gcbhart, L. Ankenbruck, H. Epple, D. Fisher, and Mr. Eickhoff. Herky equipped himself this year with another notebook to record the "doings" of the newly- organized Junior Red Cross Club sponsored by Miss XVimmer. Helping others was the main aim of the club. They donated three Thanksgiving and three Christmas baskets to the poor, and also sponsored a collection for the Chinese. Money for the baskets 'vas raised by .1 Tea Dance held in December. A com- mittee consisting of M. Lunz, A. Whse, R. M. Beck, R. McQueen, and C. Buskirk made favors each month to be sent to various hospitals and institutions. The ofhcers of the club were C. Deam, presidentg P. Beck, vice-president: and J. Summers, secretary-treasurer. Another new group was the Booster Club, sponsored by Miss Auman. The members were selected for leadership, initiative, and cooperation. They helped to boost any and all Trojan activities. On March 26, they gave a Tea D.ince. Later in the year, they enjoyed a pot luck supper in the school kitchen. NV. Fusselman. ll. Stoops, F. Sutorius, and P. McCoy piloted the club. Eight assembly programs were financed by the student sale of magazines, directed by Mr. Eick- hotT. M. Stoller and M. Holle sold over forty magazines. In addition to the individual prizes, those selling live or more magazines were feted at a p.1rty. Herky enjoyed eating cake and ice-cream with this peppy group. most of whom were juniors. Page lhnij -lu 0 J. .gf- Q W ' i.. 1 1 X Xi .gm ur! E Club and Lettermen Sponsor Dance HE. li, li, and E." the staff heard Herky shout. XY'as he taking an eye examination? No, only counting the many members of the E Club as they passed by in their scarlet letter sweaters. On February 9, Herky attended the first meet- ing of the E and Lettermen Clubs. Nlfhile he was admiring the athletes, debaters, marksmen, and musicians, the group elected Melvin Sheets. presi- dentg Charles Coleman, vice-president, and Adine Gebhart, seeretary-treasurer. Plans were made for the annual dance and committees were appointed. Herky and his girl friend enjoyed talking to the 1940 ll's and also to the alumni li's at the reunion dance giyen on April 6. The sport decora- tions and blaze of red sweaters made this a color- ful affair. Former athletes. especially, held many "remember when" conversations. Finally Herky's curiosity overcame him so he rounded up the sponsors, Miss Adamson, Miss McComb, Mr. Eickhoff, Mr. liryback, and Mr. Qnider and found out how the Trojans and Troianettes had merited that coveted e .1 ,'-"1 - 4 -- - ,. Cv. A. A. - B. Alden, P. Beck, R. A. Emrick, A. Gebhart. M. Grepke, D. Lehman, R. Lunz, B. Miller, M. Pond, P. xl. Scott, R. Stolte. Band - T. Braeuer, M. Buskirk, P. Diss, R. l-lille, L. Lepper, H. Mason. N. Millhouse, B. Parkison, H. Stoops, D. Stute. Rifle Club - M. Merrill, M. Bassett. Al. Beltz, H. Forschner, R. johnson, A. Gebhart, D. Rogers, B. Shaefer, N. Sessions, V. Trumpey. Debate - D. Coil, Margaret Cox, R. Fisher, D. Loveless, VI. XVilkie. Cheer Leading - B. Miller, M. Pond: Student Manager - R. Hille. Basketball and Softball - B. Capin, W". Fussel- man, A. Greider, G. Millhouse, N. Millhouse. A. Sheets, M. Sheets. Basketball. Softball, Golf - V. Foulks, F. l.ink. Basketball - C. Coleman, xl. Rowan. -1 Q F5 ffl .... Haul Run. Mi. Siiitltr. XY. liusselman, .X. slit-ers, R. llillc. Y. lwvulks, I. Bellf. ll. Stoops. l. Lepper, B. Alden. lillllil Run: Mr. litkliiiti, Nl. Buskirk. l7. Rogers. Q. Ciolenian, N. Sessirns, B. Bhaefer, R. A. lzmriek, M. l'iind. M. Crtpke. Niiomf Run: l. link, ll. Mason, 'l'. Braeuer. D. ,I. lehman. l'. I. Stott, R. Siolte, R. lunl. B. Miller. P. Beck. limi! Rim' Xliss .Xtl.1msoii. I. Rowan. .X. ivieider, B. Lapin. ll. li-i-st-liiiei-. A. Liebliarl, M. Merrill. C. Millhouse, N. Xlillhi-use, Xl. Niittis. 1'.1,qi' lfilfli-'limi Future Stenographers an Active Club 65 W 'N H 'A" ' - F 6 1. f ' P' ig V f xsg .0 124 'ff' i Q 'z l t ffs b E, ' 4 'li Tuff Run: XV. lfusselman. Ps. Nycum, l.. Lepper. ll. l-llison, XY. Rowe. T. liraeuer. l. lielll. Xl. lluskirk. R. larim-ure. s.i,..ii.l Rim: B. l. liusse. .-X. cle la Xlotte. Ci. Ueahl. l., -1. Foltz, IP. l. Lehman. Xl. Lirepke, ll. llasxk. Tfilril Ruiz: li. Pontius. R. Barrand. U. Graft, B. Tart, l'. Scliueneman. l.. Sthneider. P. Xl. Stull, D. Stapleton, Y. llranstrator. Fnnrllv Ruiz: P. Rabel. ll. Xl. Nliller. ll. Liutmann. Nlarlorie Cox. H. Alden. .'X. Anson, l. ililiirxiias, Xl. .-Xnkenbruck. Profil Knit: P. Bolenbaugb. lc. Ankenbrucli, R, l'ields. l. .-X. l'lardisU- L. liumfer. P. Xlcl-Iv. l. Swank. XY. Sarasitn, Y. heb- hart, R. A. limriek, R. l,Ul1I. Si'.ili'.l': XY. lusselinan, ll. Lehman, l'. Swank: Xftlmlzng: Kliss .-Kuniaii. Staggering under a load of notebooks and mutter- ing to himself, "I-low I wish l could find some tvpistsf' Herkv stumbled wearily into Room 5. There. amid the busy Click of tvpewriters. lie found several willing tvpists and other commercial-minded students. As proof of their efficiency, he saw many names listed under bronze medals for typing forty words per minute. silver for fifty words and gold for sixty words. These typists cheerfully relieved Herky of his notebooks and set to work. Seeing Herkv beam at his assistants, XV. Fusselman. president. introduced him to the other oflicers: D. l.ehman. viee-president: A. Gebhart. treasurer: li. Swank. secretary: and Miss Auman. sponsor. "Do you always work so hard?" asked l-lerkv. "Oh, no! XY'e have plenty of fun." chorused the advanced shorthand class. After Nliss .Numan had srilled the girlish lltll- burst, Herkv learned that the Commercial Club had roasted wieners and hunted for treasure on October 6. They made a truce with work by skating Novem- ber Il. Un December ZX, they held .1 Christmas exchange at Ruth Lunfs home. lfebruarv was memorable for a tour of the News-Sentinel and another skating spill and pick-up. By this time Herky had made himself so charming that the banquet committee invited him to their annual dinner. lf. Sehoeneman, I.. nl. Foltz. P. NleCov and P. Rabel promised him clever decorations and place cards: R. Ellison. I. Lepper. Nl. Grepke. G. B. May. and ll. Belt! showered him with plans for entertainment. Grateful for the tvpist's aid and promisin-Y to join them On April ll. llerkv cheerfully went on to l.is next assignment. lyilxh' lim lj - fizi -x., .4 -"iii-I., 15'-.,.--1'-5'?f"'fY5f:"'f7?"i ' W . . , , n 1 uf' .1,f.1 . 1 uf . N 1 . A! , . V "cm V- . 5-mf-m1 1. - ,,..-., W AL. -cv-'tj ' . 1,1 ,,.-A Q25 f .f.3x1,.W1,gA- 11. ...-.r A 1.. 1 1..- .x . i 1 1 9 1 19121 .1 ,.,,. 31, , 4, ,1 .' 1 lm.: -. ng ,-A,gf,'j , 47.-1 , .,:1, - , ,-.11 ':.,1: .5 x 1 2111. . 5,7 . 4-, - . ' , . f,,.1 :MA-DQ., . J , . V,i 514. gf ll. 1, V- - J , 'af , R1 r.. , .' wh ' 2' 1 if x' A . ,.k '1 l. 1. 1 .1 1 0 ,f ,.,. fix - .111 4 ,,1 y "A .. 6,21 rife 4. .-. g1,,' .1 -'.agi'.,, N: 1 .-L '."' 94. '11 .Y ,- 1 ,W a --,..,.,,r1. . .. 4, V f- 'Fi?'7-Z .3-A 'lib' -3 -1 111 ' f ' +V ' .i ' ' . vin . . ' 1 1,1 ' ,,,f ,5"f,,- git ' Songsters ave Successful Season '5 he 6 I e f. 31: Twp Run: ll. konalian, Ci. lleernian, A. de la Nlolte. U. I. I 1 ly -cr ellnian. ll. Paxsoii. N.'iou.l Run: l. Xl-irse, B. lnpshire, IP. Liutniann. A. Ansoii, B. Robinson, Y. kiebhart. l. lieesler. R. .'Xxerx'. Iflnif limi. A. l'nrseliner, Xl. leonard. ll. Xlillhouse, V. Meyer. l. Anson, P. lrliniann. .-X. Keller, l. Hailey. lourtfi lion: l-l. Yovan, l'. llausmann, l.. lepper, B. lloward, ll. Rogers. Ifflfi Run: xl. Foigsiell, Ll. llelseliner, l'. Sclioenenian. L. Schneider, l'. Hoeppner. Nuff' Ruiz: C.. .-Xlliwn. Nl. Pond. D. -I. lehnian, Marjorie Cox. IS. liablenbetlx. D. Stapleton. Nl. iireplte. Iron! Run: B. Thurber. lf. Sinelser. Y. llransirator, R. Stolte, R. ylolinsrn. H. Carpenter. Nliss .-Xdainson. "Do, Re, Mi, l'a, So. l.a. Ti, Do," Herlsy listened. There is was again - "Do, Re, Mi, lia ,... 'I "Am l in an opera house?" he wondered. Finally llerliy entered Room S and sat down to listen. Miss Adamson, sponsor. aslxed if he were joining the Glee Club. After explaining that he regretted he eouldnlt join because he had too much Anlibrum work. he began his "third degeen of this large organization. Herlsy's introduetion to the ollicers, Alyee Anson, president: Carl Allison, vice-presidentg Dorothy Gut- mann, secretary-treasurer: and Dorothy plane Lehman, accompanist, soon followed. Upon further questioning. l-lerlsv discovered that Pile. lfmlii-im the club stopped Iong enough on November IS to have a party. On December 20, the group presented its annual Christmas Cantata of Christmas hymns and a playlet, "XVliy the Chimes Rangf' In the cast were Al. NVilkie, D. Schmidt. C. Deam, D. Stapleton. li. Ford, A. de la Nlotte. P. Ll. Scott. C. Allison. xl. lfogwell, H. Yovan, and A. Keller. The songs by the choir included "The Shepherdsh, "The Angel Choirn. "The Three XY'ise Men", Chorale - "Into the Town of Bethlehem", "The Manger". and "Christmas Dawnu. Soloist Nliriam Pond sang "Cantique de Noeln. The group also displayed its talent at the baccalaureate exercises held May 19. 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A. FX. Orgnnmcx VoXXeybnXX Teams." "KRW: Cxub Wkng Ovcy Oppon- enisf' uletccrnxcn Sponsor Pxnnud Uanccf' "N'-Arskty Wkns Hard-Earned Vkctorf' f suck Xxcndhwcs NX Hcfkfs trusiy noiebook. Yxcadkng, on, we can sec :M the sportxs events vcphycd bciorc oor very eyes: wo. bckng, Rn 'A good mood, we dcckdcd io Xci you Rn on ' " 1 1 XXDYYZVYXXC 'ipous Scctkon. our own Xndc pxuun ba L 1 Red and Gray ard 34 "Fuzz" Fusselman - veteran center com- pleted his fourth year on the varsity with a blaze of glory, sparking the Trojans' offense when the going got tough with under the basket tip ins. Red was also a stalwart on defense, using his superior height to block oppo'nent's shots. 55 "Art" Sheets - "Remember the Hartford Twp. tilt" in which Art with accurate sniping scored 23 points. "Powerhouse's specialty was a long angle shot from the side of the court which cut the net with uncanny accuracy. This was his last net campaign. 44 Fred Link - leading scorer of the Red and Gray contingent with 186 points and a member of the All County Team. "Woppo" was the ball hawk of the team. being in on every play and with his ability to snag rebounds was a gent asset to his teammates. He will perform on the hardwood again next year. XS "Mel" Sheets - fastest player on the squad and a deceptive dribbler. Although playing back- guard, a strictly defensive position, Mel countered nearly 100 points and drew the enemies defense out with his long arching shots. He received a berth on the All County Second Team and will be difhcult to replace. ll "Vernie" lfoulks - veteran varsity performer completed his third year on the bucket brigade. Vernie caused his opponents ne little trouble with his left-handed hook shots sunk with machine-like precision from the corner. "Dagwood," a bulwark on defense was always assigned one of tlae leading scorers of the opposing quintet. Page fm lay I wood Heroes 22 "Nei" Millhouse -- last of the seniors and although not a starter was a reliable substitute, and saw plenty of action. Nel hit most of his buckets while cutting under the hoop. His cool head was a valuable asset to the team. 66 "Toughie" Greider - cleverest ball handler on the squad, and a good shot from any spot. Witla the experience gained this year, he will cause the Trojans' foes plenty of headaches next year. 00 "Bob Capin - diminutive junior balances his lack of height with speed and sensational sniping. Much will be expected of "Rooster" next season. 77 "Hank" Epple - dependable substitute and member of the junior class has only one more year of varsity competition. 99 "Ernie" Hausman - elongated 6' 2" junior wlzose height gives him a decided under the basket advantage needs only confidence to become a star court performer. Coach Snider - too much credit cannot be paid to "Bud" who mentored his team through a success- ful campaign of I5 wins and 8 setbacks against tough competition. Well-liked by the team and student body, Mr. Snider has an enviable record after completing two years at the held of the Elm- hurst court destiny. Roland Hille - the forgotten man, was the custodian of tl'e team's fighting toes and equipment. "Rollie" as student manager was instrumental in the Red and Gray's success. Barbara Miller and Miriam Pond - expoiients of vim, vigor and vitality, led the student body with incessant yells of encouragement for the Snidermen '-win, lose or draw. ws A x N AQ' ,X -v Q 1 f 'WY ' .XC aww. - xx ,4-,, ,fri , 'A' xr ,f .Y ..xx ' - i A Y L s M I INN, Nb , 9 ,, fx" Nav! f .11 ,, A f '1 , ,l , v :viii -fi W 17 i .sum ,, 3, .J: my Lx f, f n .ww 159 why .f xg , Ll 1 4 ,v 5. 5Q,x ashes from Here and There 41 ,, Nqiu , ,y -1 L jvjrrr frff: llllllllll down, ll1I'CU to go: l'l1ln'r Vlqflft Sp.11'lxplL1gS!!! Cuuler: Buclict??? Lollvr fu-ff: Driv- ing Tl1l'OLlgl1Q lnzzrr' l'lxQ!7fZ Guess XY'l1.1t??? I fllYll1-fllo Sis! Boom! Bah! Rah! Rah! Rah' Elmhurst 37 , Hoagland Elmhurst 35 Hoagland Elmhurst 25 L , ,,,, Roanoke Elmhurst 36 Arcola Elmhurst 34 ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, Leo Elmhurst 28 Harlan Elmhurst 49 jefferson Center Elmhurst 34 ,, Ossian Elmhurst 51 ,,,,, Hartford Twp. N , 1 V Elmhurst 44 3 .,,, Monroeville QQUNTX TQURNAMILNT Elml1U1'SI 29 - W00dbUfn Elmhurst 37 Monroeville Elml1U1'Sf 28 -- New Haven Elmhurst 33 , , L Huntertown Elmhurst 47 Huntertown Elnjhurgf 29 Final W Leo Elmhurst 28 ,L , Leo 1 A N Elmhurst 30 Lafayette Central BIZLTIONAL TOURNAMENT Elmhurst 43 Decatur Catholic Elmhurst 45 Y Y wfoodbum Elmhurst 26 , Central Catholic Elmhurst 39 V Central Elmhurst 24 H ff Woodburn Season Total We 811 They 742 Attack ls Well Balanced P1113 vi' Ficlrl 1:0111 Fouls 1:0111 Perm ual Goals Goals Affvnlplml ' 1 Fonlx Twin! Fred Link tttttttt ttttt L tett 6 6 54 89 60 42 136 W'endell Fussclman , ,,,, 58 67 116 59 53 133 Vernon Foulks t,t,,,,,, 57 44 76 SS 36 153 Art Sheets ,ttt tttttttt L 61 22 45 49 45 144 Mel Sheets . , ,,,,,,, 28 39 67 58 43 95 Nelson Millhouse , , , ,, L 4 8 18 44 11 16 Arnold Greider ,,,.,, , 4 7 11 64 3 15 Charles Coleman ,,,, , 2 4 6 67 4 8 Bob Capin H , , 1 3 7 45 3 5 Henry Epple , , , , L 0 1 4 25 1 1 Elmhurst had a point .1 minute aggregation, averaging 35 points to 32 tallies a tilt giving the Trojans a three point margin of victory. a game while holding their opponents L A U R E L S All County F0l'll'dl'tI' - FRED LINK All County Srrvml Tmun Guam' - lklEL SHYIQTS Hwmrablv Mvuliou - ART Si-iiiLTs and h'1zRNON FOULKS Svvfimzal Huuoralrlr' Mrnlinn - ER1-in LINR, IXRT SHL1'1s, and wr11N1JI1,L lfL'ssrLmmN Snldermen Statistics Player Aga' YV. HI. WU. Sjmrli A. Sheets ,,,,,, 19 Senior 5' 11" 155 Softball Basketball Fusselman IQ Senior 6' 1" 165 Softball Basketball Foulks ,,,,, , Seniol 11" 142 Softball Basketball Golf M. Sheets ,, 17 Senior 5' 9" 130 Softball Basketball Golf Millhouse L 18 Senior 5' 6" 130 Softball Basketball Link 17 junior 11" 145 Softball Basketball Golf Epple , 16 Junior 5' Sly' 135 Softball Basketball Capin ,,,,,, 16 Junior 5' 5113" 127 Softball Basketball Coleman , .. 18 Junior 5' 11" 160 Basketball Greider L L 16 junior 7" 152 Softball Basketball Hausmann ,,,,,. , ,,,,,, 17 Junior 6' 2" 150 Basketball lhllqa' fruit-Ifffw Trojammers Avenge Early Defeafs lull Ilfuif Rzgln' livin lilmhurst lilmhurst lflmhurst lflmhurst lllmh urst Elmh urst lflinhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst 25 1 lark llelscliner, Norm Nlclleyitl. Rollie l.eatherm.in. Iiill Ueuter. kloe Rowan. Ray Nluttnn, and Roland Hille. fi: I Zll I5 all 16 ER I4 20 'I 'aul Oyer. Bud llnwer, hob lhirkisoii, Gill Millliouse, Hob Coleman, ,lolin Baker. and Ctiach Pryback. Hoagland Roanoke Leo jefferson Center Hartford Twp. Monroeville XVood b u rn New Haven , , ,,,, Huntertown Elmhurst lflmhurst lilmhurst Elmhurst lilmh u rst Elmhurst Elmhurst lilmh urst lilmhurst 17 u Zh 21 sv w 26 31 13 30 , ll ,, ,Leo 7 , ,, Lafayette 14 Decatur Catholic I4 Central Catholic 20 , ,,,, XVooclburn 11 Hoagland 21 ,, Arcola 4 , , Harlan 17 , ,,,,t,, Ossian 22 As the above record indicates, the Trojan Seconds, coached by Mr. Fryback, had a highly successful season. The play Vees captured 14 of the IS games played, winning 78 per cent of their . . . . 4 - U . contests. After opening their schedule with a 20-IS double overtime victory from the Hoagland W'1ldcats, and losing to Leo, the reserves won their next three contests. before being stopped by Nvoodburn and New llayen. Huntertown was barely nosed out 21-18. and then Leo's Lionites were dumped by the seconds 17-7. Seven opponents bit tl'e dust before the Ossion Cubs smote the Frybackmen Z2-ll in the last contest of the year. Back to the Ossian fracus, only trailing 12-ll at the three quarter mark, the seconds encountered an impenetrable defence and were held scoreless while the Cubs were pouring live lielders through the hoop. XVootlburn and Leo were tl roped in return games. thus avenging the earlier season scores suifered at their hands. The highlight of the Trojammer's campaign was a 22-20 setback that they handed Central Catholic's reserves. As much natural ability and drive prevails in these boyS. the Trojan Varsity future looks very bright. QA' Qlurll-lin! Sharpshooters Maintain High Scores A.: 'V' T011 Ron: li. Shaefer, I, I,llII.lgI'l.lI1, H. Nlason. AX. Rust. U. Satur, Ii. Cullv, IS. liraelir. Srinuif Run: IS. Taylor, XV, Iirini, Nl. Ponel, H. Forsehner. N. Xlillhouse, XY. Q-I'IUI'CIlXl'.ll'LI. l'. C rall. Tliiiil livin: I. Churchsv.irn.I. ll. Wfist, R. klulinson, H. Carpenter. H. Perrv, li. Hawk, li. Nlautler, ll. Sliaeler. l'ulir'ffi Run: I. A. Hardisiy, U. XYHQQIS, R. A. liinrick, V, Lielaharx, L. .-Xnson, l'. I Ycoil. I. lkixson, li. Xliller. lilffli Run: L. Nleyer. XY. Stein, bl. Iiridenhauigh. I. Flulilisoli, tl. Shaefer, XY. blames. Sjifli Run: N. Sessions, Nl. Ilassett, ll, Sioops, lf. Qliiirclisnirtl, li. Ilarnian. KI. Wliitbetk. R. Qahle. Y Srirllffr Roll: Al. Belil, D. Rogers, M. Merrill, D. Kiracofe, I. Ilildehranilt. -I. baitisieii. lion! R-114: KI. Iiratlit, Al. Turner, R. McQueen, T. Foltz, IJ. Xlilltr. IS. Iluni, Ll, Qlansen. Nlr. litkliml. "XVell." said Herkv, "look at that gleaming Dickens' Trophy held bv the Rifle Club this year for winning the Allen County Rifle Match April 1, 1939. No iinx vented his rage on the Trojan Sharp- sheoters even if the match was held on Fool! Day .intl even if Mr. Eickhoff, sponsor, is keeper of the jug." The '38-'39 Rifle squad also won first place in the state bi-weekly contests and seventh in the national matches in B division. K. Scott, P. Johnson, P. Ventlerlv, Nl. Merrill, and B. Haller were the winning team. In eleven rifle matches this year. the club had an average score between -+86-491. They mel with still competition from such teams as Ussian Conservation Club, Arcola Aces. liort Xvavne Rifle and Revolver Club, liort XV.1vne Sport Club, South Sitle Archers, anel Three Rivers Rifle Club. The ofhcers were: president, Nl. Xlerrillg vice- president, H. l7orschner: secret.u'v-treasurer, A. Ceb- hart. The purpose of the Rifle Club is to teach safety in the hanelling of .1 gun, to encourage good m.irksniansliip, to provide sport, .intl to orller social opportunitiei l'.1,Qi foili-liii UQQ UQQQ D D H930 This Anlibrum serves a double purpose-to present a complete history of a year of school life and to celebrate two centenaries that are important milestones in the world of printing. These are the five-hundredth anniversary of the printing press and the three-hundredth anniversary of the first book printed in the United States. In keeping with the journalistic idea, the staff chose "The Inquiring Reporter" as the theme for this year book. Our imaginary and nosey little reporter, Herkimer Knick- name, Herkyj was kept quite busy hunting up newspaper terms, seeing that the staff did the tasks assigned to them, checking write-ups, holding conferences with the printer and engraverg and, in his spare time, making himself generally useful. Herky and the staff hope that you will thoroughly enjoy - Tln' 1940 Anlilzrum. Confifors Arfirify Eflifors AJ Solirilors Wanda Sarasien Roger Ellison Lucille Crick Barbara Alden Laura jane Foltz Florence Sutorius Pivfurc' Edilors Don Connett BUYS' Sf""'f5 V Calvin Dcam Vernon Foulks Max Buskirk Girls' Sports Senior Editors , Phyllis J. Scott Alice de la Motte Lenora Ankenbruck James Beltz Mary Holle Roland Hillc Georgie Deahl Wilrren Rowe George Stollcr T-ypisfs Betty M. Miller Peggy Rabel Alice de la Motte Bwklgigigpgwank Dorothy jane Lehman Umfrrvlass Editors P2111 OYCI' Business Managers Jean Mulliggn Louie Lepper Adviser Phyllis J. Scott XVendell Fusselman Lcrhrik Falls 1 Trojanettes Attend Play ays Y--.1 S C Y 1 'rg 4 -A... N . bm' ,. 5, Q mf Tnji Rolf: Nl. Baiinigartncf, .l- Paxson, Xl. Cliristlu, R. Barrand, R. Stnlle, B. lalir. Smnllif Rim: N. Snyder, Y. sl. Summers, V. Liebliart, P. McCoy, D. Bolinger, R. Nl. Beck. 'I'l:ml Run: P. Rucli, Y. Morse, l. liailcy. P. rl. Scott, H. Nliller, l-l. Fogelsuii. fzuuf Run: Nl. l.eon.ird, Nl, li. Sands. l-l. Hanlie, V. Nleyer, A. Aiisniw, lo. Anson. Plinlzn' Girly: R, Pond, l'. Sclmecls. li. Scott, lf. Huston. l'nlli'.xfmll: L, Anson, V. Xleyer. Xl. Leonard. A. ."xnst.n, R. Llllll l, Herky. was wandering down the hall. Hearing shrieks of laughter, I peeked into the gym and saw some girls playing badminton. Hastily donning my jane Doe disguise. I entered the gym and introduced myself to the girl's leader, Miss jean Adamson. Slie greated me happily and introduced me to tlie club ollicers. Pauline Beck, president: Adine Gebliart, vice-president: liutli l.un7, secretary-treasurerg Frieda Sclaoeneman, unorganized sports leaderg Dorotliy Pzlgi' lrlr I3 -HX R. A. Iimrick, M. Greplic, I". Scliocneman. Lehman. organized sports leader: and Phyllis sl. Scott, sports writer. Last year ten girls attended the G. A. A. State Play Day at Hammond. K. Scott, R. Pond, E. Hus- ton. and F. Sclmeck received plaques. In December 1939, ten more girls attended the Kendallville Play Day and are looking forward to State Play Day in May. G. . .Ea rn Letters In Many Sports . -W , e ,ig Aww .X r , Tnjw Ruiz: Xlist Adamsnn, Nl, l'nnd, li. Alden. ll. sl. lelinian, Xl.ii'1nrit tix. Siinuil Ruiz: ll. Kalilenlaeels, H. Perry. li. Rubinsnn, l. Sclineider, Xl. Lwrepke. Tfuml Rim: Xl. liinl. l'. Rue. lx '3elwentman, K, liuinfer. R. A. lniritls, ll. Xl. Saint, Iaunf Run: li. Xlutmn, l.. A. llardisty, ll. Lunz, D. Ciulinanii. ii. Xliller. litnki'li'i'rs: Xl. llrinii lx Seliivenunian, ll. Perry, A. Ansnn. P. ,l. Stunt, ll, Kiiirrnann. ll. leliniali. li. Alden. Ufflirziz ll. l.el1n1an, P, l. Seutt, li. Seliuentman, Nliss Adainsun, R. l.unl. For social activities. tlie girls enjoyed a Tea Dance l5.irb.1ra Alden, lluiwitlii' Lelinian, liutli Ann lini- and a Skating Party. Baseball, volleyball, basketball, rick, Playllis nl. Scott. Xliriam Pond, B.ll'lW.11'.1 Nliller. deck tennis, tumbling, and badminton in organized Nlaxyne Grepke, Pauline Beck, and Adine Gebliart groups have kept tliem Ht and netted tliem points. received G. A. A. letters this year. .In gl-Oqps singly mlm' of .thc gnils hplc also flliss Adamson explained tliat tlte elulw ptninuted gained points for letters by dancing, swimming, be- I A I . n 1 coming Mfg SHCI-S' hiking' Shooting xvith the RMC sportsinansliip. triendsliip, and developed tlie girls Club, lwieygling, ige skating, 1-Ollgr skating, ,ind plat- mentally and pliysie.1lli'. having at tlie girls, l cle.1rlY ing ping-pnng ,md tennis, Ruth Lunz, Rutll Swllf- saw that G. A. A. liad aeenniplislied its purpnse. l'.l'y hull-ill lv Lettermen Edit Sports Extra --om" 0 3 as 4 , Q , .5 Q qi . . 1 -4-'Q lt'.'fr'rmi1l1 li. llllle, XX. laisselman, X, lwwullu, A. Slieetx, Q.. Lileziian. Ronan, Xl. Nlieeh, l', l,mlx. Xlr. Snider. Xl. lhnd, B. Capin. Li. Xlillliouwe. .X. Kireider. N. Nlillliouse, B. Xliller. 1-1117-H1 SIIIWAM1 l'. UBCV. li, Xlillhome, lx Link, Xl. Sheets, ll. llovxer. C. X14-nnnt. .X. kireider, XY. liuwxelman, li. lleelws. ll- Colf- nian, lioxxan, Y. lruullu, N. Xlllllivuwe, Roach llrvlaaelx. Yes, Herkv, these are the Letternien who totaled ISU oints in one or several varwitv gworts. Thev are also . P . l . members of the li Club lsee page 3-H. Sluggers End Season Herltv, ehief mixer-upper of the Trojan sluggers, survived seven of the battles and hit the canvas four times. "Starting with a flash and ending with .1 blaelxevef' suniniarizes the Frvbaekmen's softball season. Off to a hot start. the Red and Grav slugged out I4-S and S-li victories from Leo and Monroe- ville. Cireider hurled 11 perfect tilt against the Cubs. Arcola put the skids to l'1lnihurst's win streak, hand- ing them .1 12-3 drulalwing. This Sethaelx was an uri 'llrlfl-r1Ql.'I with 7-4 Score incentive with New Haven losing 7-6. Hoagland and Huntertown handed the Elmhurstians two defeats bv scores of 12-10 and S-5. Then Lafayette Cental paved the Troi.in's wav into the iinals with a 9-0 vietorv. In the plavotf, the Nlonroeville Cubs xx ere dropped by a 5--l count. After holding a 5-3 lead, Flniliurst blew up, handing New Haven the championship and an 11-6 victory. I To THE SENIORS: I wish fo vongrfzfulafc fha' dass of 1940 and zuisb you all ibm' lurk in the world. May you grow fo In' useful and honorable vifizcfus in your L'0lIIlIIllllifj', ll.'!JL'l'l'l'l'V if bc. I bam, enjoyed working zvifb you. Truly yours, H. ROSS MASTERSON ED. ROEHM GARAGE Bluffton Road Fort XVayne COllIf?lfllIl'lIfS of THE BROXVN CLEANERS 2711 S. Calhoun H-4155 B11-3' F0011 Icifb C!Jl1fTlll'IIt'l' at your nearest KROGER STORE HOMER R. GETTLE lj-W Siglil Sjlzwialixlx Phones A-64801 A-6489 Calhoun at Berry WAYNEDALE DEPT. STORE I'IARDXX'ARI1, DRY Goons AND NoTIoNs Henry E. Metting BROADVIEW GREENI-IOUSE Xvinchester Road I"lr1u'4'rx fur all Ovvasirnzi Fred H. Meyer, Proprietor Phone H-3346 RANEY'S STANDARD STATION AT xxpxYNI-aimtli DR. BENNER C5ll3i'cjilTAl't'l'A,X0l'jl'.l TW,-T ln'-B mfmong if-I-Zmglggml E-uw Ekdllljllfll and Glasxrx Fiffwf 206 XV. Berry Fort Vlfayne. Ind. 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Physical Ed., Glee Club, junior Class, G. A. A. Hobbies-tennis, all other athletic games. MATILDA AUMAN "Will you gn' rt'aiI'y for your 10-uiinuir' taxi?" Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing, Commercial Club, Sophomore Class, Booster Club. Holrlwivx-traveling, dancing, reading. LETHA FALLS "W'ai1' fill you bali' fo irauvlafi' Caesar." English, Latin, Journalism, Senior Class, Anli- brum, Senior Play, National Honor Society. Hofvlvivx-collecting hankies, reading. MRS. ROBERT HOOVER "Wt'1l, dorfl you fliiuk this would ln' limi?" English, Public Speaking, Librarian, Advance. Forum Club. Hofrlvy-music. DOROTHY McCOMB "This is AUNll'fl?il1.Q you ouglvl to fcizoug learn if, fl1t'iUr'.', English, Public Speaking, Librarian, Advance, Forum Club. Hofrliy-niusic. EDNA SELLS "N1iu', u'lu'ri' riiii ut' ivan' of yi'sicnfay?" Art, Venus Club Adviser. Holifiy-work. LEONORA SIMON "Take juvirii ami frapvr, please." Biology, Home Ec., Health, Safety, Regina Domi, Cafeteria. Holilw-y-remodeling old furniture. Page four Many Activities RACHEL STEIBER "Now, what did you say your last name is?" Mr. Haller's Secretary, School Clerk. Hobbies-tennis, volleyball, reading. RUTH WIMMER "Y0u'lI be a dead pigeon." Chemistry, Safety, Health. Geography, Phy-Chem, junior Red Cross. Hobby-driving a car. LYMAN L. BRUMIT "Dorff u'fJisilv!', Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club. Hobby-fishing. CHARLES EICKHOFF "Left not wail uulif fbi' bt-ll rings." Math. History, Geometry, German, Rifle Club, Mag azine Campaign. Hobbies-hunting, fishing, reading. DONALD FRYBACK "Quit Izlouiug fbvm sour azoles." Band, Second Team Coach, Baseball. Holiliivx-golf, basketball, baseball. PRJINCIPAL PAUL HALLER "Do -you recall in your Amiwzt History?" Government, Sociology, Economics, Paddling the Naughty, Signing Absent Slips. Holrlrivx-hunting, Fishing. XVAVELAND SNIDER "If'x a Pllffj' nice Jay forfayg Ivtie jrlay a gamix' History, Physical Ed., Boys' Varsity Basketball Letterman's Club. Hobby-candid photography. HOWARD NVISNER "Figures Jofff Iivg liars Jon? figure." Algebra, Geometry, Physics, Phy-Chem, Ad- vance, Freshman Class. Holvlvics-building, farming.


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