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

 - Class of 1942

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Flagler calls the roliceg Horse Face Charlie mows 'em down, the adventure-seeking Vandersnootsg 'Hcfruse yours- too noseyf' Tie the tie, Barrington, Louies brains hurty This is Miss Dalton, girls: Men only on this adventure. 01111, Hang, L70 "Do it over!" This was Fallsie's war cry during rehearsals of that amusing production, a mystery comedy "Adventure Incorporated", presented by the seniors on December 2. Ftaymon Harman played Stanley Marchmont, a famous aviator, who opened aunique business of "Adventure incorporated". Pat McCoy, as Helen Flagg, accepted Marchmont's proposal to head his "Romance" department. tShe did, remember?l His first adventure- seeking customers were the society gals, Olivia and Octavia Vandersnoot, played by Frieda Schoeneman and Miriam Pond. They mistook Eugene Pontius and Paul Oyer who played E. Barrington Barr and P. I. Flagler, co-owners of the building, for thugs. William Perl and Dick Fisher, alias Horsefface Charles and Louie the Lug, were searching for Kitty Dalton, a nightclub dancer, known to us as Barbara Miller, to keep her from squealing on their boss. Kitty implored Stanley to help her. With the help of Helen and Marchmont, Kitty swapped clothes with an office boy. Donnabel Loveless, as Miss Smith, a precise school teacher closed the first act with her plea for a discreet adventure. Charlie and Louie began detecting and clowning in act two. While Stanley and Helen were planning Kitty's escape and the Vandersnoots adventure, Marjorie Cox and lrieta Grush as Annie Erickson and Mrs. Murphy, the Vandersnoot's cook and laundress, en- tered to seek adventure. Annie had become an heiress. Meanwhile Charlie and Louie had mistaken Miss Smith for the dancer and had seized her. Helen shouted, "What are you doing to her?" "The same thing that were going to do with you, because you're too darn nosey!" This retort ended the second act on a high note. The stage was dark as the third act beganp women in the inner office were screaming for help. Flagler and Barr came to their rescue only to be suspected of locking them in. Mrs. Murphys umbrella was the chief weapon of offense. Kitty came back from the airport because she hated to leave Helen and Miss Smith in the clutches of the villians. Marchmont assigned each one a duty to perform in capturing the thugs. Meanwhile Louie and Charlie captured Kitty and were preparing to throw her, Miss Smith and Helen down the elevator shaft. Entering to find Kitty, Marchmont was slugged by the thugs. As the thugs were ready to escape, Marchmont came to and captured the criminals by the clever device of using umbrellas as forty-fives. Baymon, although bound, did it all him- self, just ask the cast. After this Mr. Flagler changed his mind about Marchmont, and Helen and Stanley formed both a life and a business partnership. The players were directed by Miss Falls, assisted by Miss Potterf and Faye Kindy. Bob Parkison, Don Stute and William Perl set up the stage under Mr. Greens supervision. .45 Li-,4 ' ' U qw r ii N E Q'-Q 2+-'ii' L NSGHT Pm J- ..w- ,.,..1-v M--. . , ww i v we N he Q M 'L K W 2 , A W.. . ' 2- SL 3 ' Zz N. H ' Hr . f Fm '72 -A DIHEBY ru ms snum E233 , A, , Q ,iigzg fn v ii L 5 g , ' . , 1 , 5.5 , .2 ,211 1 1 233-2 ' . 5 :. A "'?ff,I,I3:.1 ,Q ,, " ' -'1 12 .Higgs ,.,,,, 1 '52, gi: - 4 2 1 .-.1 .5-2: :5. 5:32 in , ... V. ,..v 9, E 1 s fi 5-rear: ,- -gg 1- Y , fi A si? 9 ' if-'X , . mag- V A- ,v V 533- . ,,gg.f,1 , . . -if 5 3' .,1 2-fi:E'j:,:-alhgqi ' :Tw H 41: S L 3 Q for L5",3' 2 ii E 'S :X 'E :J 'kg iz M -. Q vi ValedictorianfPaul Oyerg Salutatorian-Eugene Pontius. Four Year Honor Roll: Paul Oyer, Eugene Pontius, Lois Schneider, Betty Mason, Phyllis M. Scott, Ruth Felmlee, Donnabel Loveless, Frieda Schoeneman, Louis Felger, Betty Tarr, Dick Fisher, Eldon Clevenger, Tom Foltz. National Honor Society: '41-P. Oyer, E. Pontius, F. Schoeneman, B. Tarrp '42-E. Clevenger, B. Felmlee, D. Fisher, T. Foltz, D. Loveless, B. Mason, L. Schneider, P. M. Scotty Iuniors-Lynn Henry, Hope Miller, Don Schmidt, lames Sarasien. National Athletic Honorary Society: B. Parkison. Advance Awards: '41 -P. Oyerg '42f-YB. Tarr, Margaret Cox, H. Miller, B. Mason, Pat McCoy, E. Pontius, L. Schneider, Louise Hegerteld, Howard Simerman, Verlin Stoller, Don Schmidt, Lester Meyer: Quill and Scroll: P. Oyer, B. Tarr, M. Cox. Hayes Awards for Citizenship and Service: Barbara Miller and Bob Parkison. lack Wilkie Plaque: D. Schmidt, Declamation Winnersg P. Oyer, Oratoricalg Pat Gusler, Dra- matic. National Forensic League: Margaret Cox, D. Loveless, P. Oyer, E. Pontius, Miss Pottert, I. Sarasien, D. Schmidt. lunior Prom Queen: Ftuth Mary Becky Attendants: Hope Miller, Margaret Lunz, Mabel Leon- ard, Iean Clapesattle, Lavonne Anson, Donna Foltz. D. A. R. Good Citizens: L. Schneider and William Perl. President of Ir. Academy ot Science: I. Sarasien. O 5 September 5fBah, yea, Fisher! Lead 'em thru!! To aid him, P. Oyer, vice-president: B. Mason, treasurer: and B. Tarr, secretary were chosen. October ll-How's about that date for the senior dance Susie? November 7-We super-duper salesmen sold 220 "Annies". December 2-Whew! That's over. "Adventure Incorporated" and then some! December l9-Merry Christmas to Fallsie from us seniors with a lovely necklace and ear- rings. ' Ianuary 9-That government really made us sweat! Now for fun! April l8-Flowers, showers, and iormals! The prom was the gayest of all the spring activities. May 9fTo close our three Ft days, we dined and danced at the Shrine Ballroom. May l7-The Rev S. A. Witmer spoke to us graduates on "Values That Survive." May 21-The faculty tried bacon and eggs for us kids at 7 a.m.! May 22fBobed in caps and gowns, we heard Dr. V. F. Schwalm, president oi Manchester College, and received Our diplomas. 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Y x Ntzgxxr ,... s .l 5. ,E E, .235 gqffiw ,A x Lf was . .. f 14 ws' 44' , f A J, V ' x f K F 1 Y- N . vw. . sb., i , Y, P Q, K R 1 kkfxkgcfsi A Q f N 'r ' 7 , 1- X V gf, ffe X 3 , E-LA. f N., sw Jfig . . A 3 w - ' .. 1 fx f gk: K , mx lx J . !3f4g,WF..f A. Xqhv J 1 HS MN D ,fwxq Q, A 1 .. X My gg 'Q wi- ' I W 'W J f . ' 1 Top row: I.. Henry, P. Oyery P. McCoy, L. Kraft, D. Loveless, B. Mason, R Harman, Ft McQueen, D Fisher, L Meyer, B. Parkison. Second row: A. Wise, E. Pontius, D. Deuter, R. Harman, M. Pond. Third row: B. Tarr, Miss Falls, B. Montgomeryg B. Tarr, D. Fisher, P. Oyer, B Mason, L. Hegerleld. Fourth row: B. Miller, E. Smelser, B. Mutton, B. Tarr, M. Coxy V. MucGreqor, R. Felnileeg V Stoller, W Perl Bottom row: P. McCoy, B. Tart, W. Perl, B. Montgomery, E. Pontius: Fl. Harman, Miss Polls om schwr man an. whim' With the click of the camera and a "Look pretty, please," the production of the "Annie" be- gan. The 1942 class, under the direction of Miss Falls, vowed the well-worn phrase, "This will be the best one yet." The stal'f was headed by B. Tarr with B. Montgomery as rewrite editor. The picture men, B. Harman, D. Deuter, E. Pontius, and V. Stoller began early in October to take snaps for the book. That did not finish their job, however, panels had to be measured and pictures placed just right. A lot of figuring was required, but they did it. The subscription campaign started October 6 and ended November 7. The seniors set their goal at 200 but succeeded in selling 220. A. W'ise and R. Harman sold l8 books each. "School days" was chosen as the theme for the book, and then the work really began, Many nights saw the staff working in Boom 5, taking time out only to satisfy the ravenous ap- petites developed from an afternoon and evening of school routine and Anlibrum work. M. Cox, B. Miller, B. Mutton and B. Smelser, the senior class editors, listened in on conversa- tions to get the favorite phrases used by their classmates. The girls worked joyously and vig- orously in Writing up, to perfection, this section for the 72 graduates. A. Wise typed the enrollment list used for checking of spelling. The underclass write-ups were written by V. MacGregor. Activities were covered by B. Mill- house, B. Felmlee, B. Perl, and E. Pontius. G. A. A. and boys' sports were submitted by M. Pond, G. A. A. editorg and by the sports editors, P .Oyer and L. Henry. B. Mason, class treasurer, was the bookkeeper for this year. L. Meyer acted as advertising manager, with B. Parkison, B. McQueen, D. Fisher, B. Harman, D. Schmidt and H. Shaefer soliciting the city for ads. The boys' goal was Sl00q they turned in 55140. Short Work was made of tedious preparation of the dummy by the typists: D. Loveless, L. Kraft, B .Mason and P. McCoy. Poems and general aid and mirth were rendered by that old handy man, William "Shaker speare" Perl. Those linoleum block division pages, the "school days" borders and the "kid" drawings on the senior pages were done by L. Hegerfeld. Since the Anlibrum does not have an office of its own, the journalism class room, the teach- ers' rest room, room 5, the stage, the outer office and the Advance room became the laboraf tory for clicking, cutting and pasting, typing and copyreading, checking and mailing and for the chattering that adds zest to journalism. Top row: Howard Simerman, Wayne Iames, Oliver Slater, Bernard Brcrcht, Howard Shaefer, Willard Hardisty, lohn Bris denbauqh, Donald Schmidt, Claud Cable, Raymond Crain. Second row: Norman McDevitt, Maxine Gra , Anna M S b ld B Seacott, Betty Gordon, Lynn Henry. y ae ie o , annie Wolf, Mariorie McMill-en, Lorene Parker, Louise Third row: Marian Draqqoo, Margaret Lunz, Ruth Mary Beck, Hilda Hanke, Mary Sands, Dora Mae Sack, Dorothy Co:-:, Don- nabelle Douglas, Margaret Stute, Pauline Pflueqer. Fourth row: Probert Metcalf, Harold Larirnore, Donald Ormiston, Bill Deuter, lean Mulligan, Ray Mutton, Ieanette Paxson, Gerry Langrneyer, Paul Hildebrandt, lohn Bracht. Frith row: Bill Stem, limmy Turner, luanita Foltz, lean Clapesattle, Le Ellyn Keesler, lean Weist, Helen Carpenter, Phyllis Mrnzey, Rose Mary Avery. Sixth row: Kenneth Diss, Phyllis Ehrman, LaVonne Anson, Maxine Walker, Edna Churchwzrrd, Ruth Cline, Dorothy Tschan- nen, Mabel Leonard, Miss Simon. Seventh row: Bob Meyer, lame' Sarasien, Dean Miller, Verlin Stoller, Cecil Groves, Ernest Goette, Clair Buskirlz, lerry Clausen. Eighth row: Virginia Morse, Catherine Anderson, Hilda Foqelson, Donna Foltz, Helen Conahan, Rosella Iohnson, lean Gillespie, Elizabeth Fagan. Bottom row: Mary Swank, Verna Meyer, Hope Miller, Betty Millhouse, Helen Heiser, Betty lohnsort, Marjorie Packard, Etta Buch. pill! "1Zh.a, ' "lt looks like a pretty nice day todayy let's play a qamef' Qh! those groans! Mr. Snider may have enjoyed those qames, but the juniors did not. Qh, the class officers! Well, Howard Shaefer was president: Bill Dueter, vice-president: Bay Mutton, treasurerg and Hope Miller, secretary. The Promster's sponsor was Mrs. Stan- ley. This year the juniors concentrated on one biq party, the junior prom. Their chief workers were: decoration committee-L. Henry, chairman: M. Seibold, M. Lunz, H. Keiser, D. Schmidt, l. Turner, B. Mutton, I. Paxson, B. M. Beck, and V. Stoller: orchestra committee -H. Miller, chairman: P. Erhman, H. Simerman, W. Stein: invitation committee-B. lohn- son, chairman: H. Larimore, W. Hardisty, H. Hanke, D. Tschanneny refreshment committee -B. Millhouse, chairman: H. Conahan, I. Bracht, P. Hildebrandt. Ruth Mary Beck was Prom Queen and her six attendants were Mable Leonard, Margaret Lunz, La Vonne Anson, Hope Miller, Donna Foltz and lean Clapesattle. Mrs. Clapesattle gave a dinner for the Queen and the attendants before the Prom. The Promsters and their quests aot in the groove to Carey Bakers tunes. Queen Buth Mary and prexy Howard led the qrand march. leepers! Was the prom scene ever pretty! The staqe represented the porch of a southern plantation home. Under the balcony was an old-fashioned garden. The side walls were covered with painted panels and drapery. Above was a starry blue ceilina. "Qh, boy! Refreshments!" Qh, sure, they had somethinq sweet and coolina at intermission. The refreshment committee decided that ice cream, cookies and punch would really hit the spot. Gee! 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V - V- .Q ' ,e f ,, , . s u 0 5 1 I -v ' " S ' a V: V C 1 f 4' 0 9 li 'A' ' Q' T ' . Q is -1 'V , I 0 2 Q ,Q . V Vu I , .. , o SH' if Q -sn I , A . " , 'S Q Z. A s . ' 'ff , ' Q ,s V. ' V 'e 'M s n gn . V rio V S VV Q .VV Q F 5 V 1 1 4-1,-VV' V or' . -V V' - ' V. VV V I .V , V VV, filth' V . 5, 5 V., Ve: -- , 4 V' - V: , -S4 6 V - -' .E ellis 4 QV, 4 V Mb if V, V. .V V., Q . 1.5, . 11' 'W' V s ,Qi si rig, rm., 0, uk. .:,g.,. ,I "gNe""'i .gf :sq L' a Q, Q' V. V. . V. 11- 5, guy .V F, -1 ', Q-'if' ...V : 'V,, V V '. .Qui D415 I -"xf:fjV 1,5 ,Qgkp ' ,. -Q.: V V ,A ,V . .5 V. Ve. R VV.: VV -V AV at '?'J.'Q - I V3 V T ' C' ' ' A 3 , Q' .V ef, 1 - :. -. A"'.'fi J af M AQ.. iffalcsmnlm a fx QV. ?2 V T 'Q 'e 1-'v ff sf- Top row: Dick Deuter, Virginia Halle, Doris Coleman, Bob Rice, Lucille Putt, Pearl Herberger, Dick Beard, lack Sinn, Robert Einsiedel, Betty Reed, Margaret Graft. Second row: Eleanor Hatfield, Iona Brock, lean Klerner, Beverly Baker, Ruth Monmer, Bob Pennington, Donald Johnson, Hollis Morse, Freeman Lehman, Beatrice Parker. Third row: Iunior Day, Georgie Lopshire, Mila Haag, Eleanor Shaw, Lois Cohaqan, Nellie Wageman, Carol lean Klinq, lo-'rn Davison, lean Hartman, Edward Kummer. Fourth row: Edward Christie, Iohn Hausmann, Richard Swank, Margaret Nash, Marion Clevenger, Betty Bassett, Mildred Hatfield, Dick Thurber, Donald Schneider, lack Brunkhart, Duane Hoehn. Fifth row: Mary Ann Ditzenberger, Martha Kreigh, Virginia Cox, Althea Tarr, Bernice Beltz, Donnel Wolfe, Dick Capin, Edwin Stems-n, Stanley Campbell, Ned Ellis, Sixth row: Lester Sheets, Mariorie Beck, lanell Mclfieeman, Phyllis Henning, Donna Fields, Virginia Fisher, Margie Ze-nt, Vt'alter Anker, Gale Scott. Seventh row: Betty Singleton, Ieremy Alden, Lawrence Poorman, Boy Brittenham, Thomas English, Lerland Foqwell, Iimmie Kucher, Donald Branning, loan Carriger. Eighth row: Betty Hohenstein, Gwendolyn Ness, Shirley Monce, Bernice Beltz, Carl Stoops, John Mclieeman, Don Lunde gren, Meri Kimmel, Robert Keller. Bottom row: Miss Auman, Gerald Kraft, Franklin Wood, Sylvia Gillitt, Coral McQueen, Vera McGregor, Eleanor Kreiqh, Juanita Carder, lerry Pond ith, Bzwlu, Yes, we passed beginning readin', writin' and 'rithmetic and almost took up flying. The sophomores elected Bob Rice, presidentg Dick Beard, vice-president: Ioan Carriger, sec- retary: and Sylvia Gilliff, treasurer: and as usual, Miss Auman was sponsor. Do you know that "sophomore" means wise fool? Well, it does. Those history tests were awful. No sophomore could remember when the Petition of Rights was signed. We sat and groaned glancing about at our equally unfortunate neigh- bors. The grades on one test were so low we had to have a retake. Believe it or not, the grades were pretty good. Mind now, pretty good. Geometry! Oh! That geornetrymformal proofs, construction, theorems, postulates and def- initions! Gee, what a mess! l mean, the papers of the "wise fools". Readinf oops, literature wasn't so bad except for book reviews and oral reports. Now those really got us down. Your knees shock, and you got either red or white when you stood before the class. Latin was a pushover. But who can figure out who did the pushing? Was it the Latini discipuli or the Latina lingua? Carl Stoops, one of the popular sophomore boys, was accidentally killed during Thanks- giving vacation. For our social activity, we voted to have a skating party at Bells. lanuary 31 was the only evening open. Sofon the decided date we did skate. Oh, there's a rhyme. No sophomores had any trouble about missing the bus and such, as We did last year. But did we ever have fun teasing the freshmen! Now we know why we were teased so much last year. Nearly every sophomore had a Defense Stamp Book and thrust it under someones nose and exclaimed, "Look what I got." Then the other person thrust his stamp book under the first person's nose: and they walked off together, for they had a common share in America. lt was a great life. We, the class of '44 wound up the year by singing "School days, school days, dear old golden rule days, Latin, hist'ry, geometry, too . . . " jvphvmonm, '35 -1 H- ,. . 'fi . 1,- 5 5, --.. ' 'QQ 'Q , 4 14 , ' - F s 'A W , V ,H -' x' - V N., g W A . .. 'QQ' W A fi ' K -F! in 9 'x SN , +5 V 35 li .av ' X' XXu"'X sl 'R' ,,,,, f is M ' s n, ', ws gi ' 'Vx W ' K ' 1 'Q 4 N X 7' '- Q yu N-in I R' I 1 as ? V1.5 -I W s Q Q 4 -f -2 ix V .9 Y Xe . J rl , -' : l ' 3 aka ,v 'i -" 42' f'!y' gl ' -..- A ' ' ' 4 A Q. ,M 3 ,, . 4 A ., " ' 'W' ,Ji W' M.. .4 . xg wif - 2:2.r:gg534:j51 ' f in my I . ,, ,333 A 1 . ., 4 .gfrk ,gg -.P -rm K' fha -,K , -:S?Q,- ,1- .. ' P- if ' .wr 'W 1s fi::'1-5.3ifif'. av 1 . ig ' E ' 'T Q . Wwfy A WK ,K -Q 'W - vw' , . .- , W :,-... Q g, ' 'A "" . V x ,qw- GW' 0 0 In -1-avian AP' vm-wmv ' ws, -UQ ,712 '27 Jxmahman. GYM, L. I Qi - Us 'I' - , gif E13 if oi 5' Q 334- wif. ' +573 'V +15 'Q Hui' Af, . ' "-5. . 4. 1 fi 6: 3 ts: 11. i 11 T-P T 1 - 1 , X : -HU g fi j QQQQM Top row: Twila Stoller, Ioannie Engleman, Ina Mae Zollinger, Anna Coddens, Meriam Nash, Ed lackson, Richard Schmidt, Paul Deahl, Mary Smith, Mary Staynort, August Karnes, Edward Smallback. Second row: Mr. Logan, Dorothy Allison, Barbara Kee-ver, Margaret Smelser, Louise Hadley, Doris Mason, Calvin Oyer, Thurl Dealer, Donald Bororf, Dick Kahlenbeck, lohn Go-ngaware. Third row: Richard Busch, Gene Snyder, Iohnny Neff, Roselyn Kinerk, Phyllis McCoy, Robert Kinerk, Lallern Spranger, Philip Wise, Harold Hoe, Fourth row: Dallas Seiler, Orval Hoke, Norma Eiche, Lois Fackler, Carl Ray, Glen Schimmoller, Bill Carsten, Donna Reichard, Donald Pfeiffer, Richard Millhouse. Fifth row: 'Wayne Leslie, Richard Hess, Russell McM1llen, Helen Monroe, Barbara Wiedelman, Maxine Draggoo, Loretta Watkins, Bob Rayl, lohn Kussmaul. Sixth row: Henry Kolb, Estelle Bailey, Phyllis Buell, Gloria Gibson, Lola Vinl, Betty Chiddister, Marguerite Wageman, Dana liindy, Edward Chrismore, Dean Haggard. Seventh row: Nick Christoti, Lucille Hoeppner, loan Mcliinney, Ernest Richardson, Gaylord Gaunt, Wayne Bradtmiller, Charlotte Groves, Lillian Ford, Ed Piaidy. Elqhlh IOWI Edwin HGH, BUY Valemme. lohn Treace, Betty Girton, Susan Churchward, Mariorie Link, Pat Gusler, Ruth Wilkie, Annabelle Chriswell, Helen Schinirnoller, Ninth row: Clark Wood, Eugene McCormick, Mildred Baughrnan, Betty Baughman, Ruth Bastian, Phyllis Sora, Patricia DeBolt, Junior Ruch. Tenth row: Earl Keiser, Louis McCartney, Dick Fage, Monty Miller, Eugene Driver, Rex Shaw. Bottom row: Reggy Parkinson, Bill Shaw, Helen M-:Omber, Grace Bohnstedt, Harry Archer, Billy Uptagratt. f , 0212. ! "Freshiel Freshielu Everyone exclaimed this the first day of school. Gee! Algebra wasn't half bad, nor was literature but oh! that English. What is a predi- cate noun and how can you tell a verb phrase? lt was so complicated. Mr. Logan was our home room teacher, of Coursey and Edwin Hall, president: Ed. lackson, vice-presidentg Ruth Bastian, secretary: and Doris Coleman was treasurer. A skating party was voted as the class activity and was supposed to be held lanuary 30, but the sophomores had one booked for lanuary 31 so it was postponed. Who could stand to skate two nights in succession? Especially, after all that trouble of picking one's self up. lt gets really tiresome, doesnt it? Harold Roe was accidently killed during Christmas vacation. Harold had many friends of all ages. A bunch of new freshmen came in at the half. Gee, high schools a funny thing! Every- one is allowed to talk when he wants to in the hall. lust duck into the first lunch line you see is the motto over here, Most of the freshies had hamburgers for dinner. What a time! Running after your bus makes you seem such a foolg and one's not that until he's a sophomore and even then he's a wise one. Well, live and learn. Everyone had a chance to join a club, and there was such a variety so everyone was satisfied. We freshies say, "Heres to old Elmhurst High, school without peer." 5 JF if vb-' Y Yan- 2 1 I A9 x mm I f .A z 6 H ggiqegrwf 4 6014212 054 Jam 4' ..-1 -'EN 1 ' ' 1 Ierry Whitbeck smri Jerry had the tdsk of tdkinq good core if 1he eqwzpment tor the tedm cmd d1d ,bl ,191 . ' 1 is B111 Deuter 2. 1 Ht 5-1112, wt 162, Junior -'r""'-' "' E11 yliryed hrs sezortd year on the 1' 'Ji1:51ty "f1'11 3 qrelt de-G1 of success. lie 1-1111 be 133:11 next year for another gzzd retirrd. He scored 70 pomts this 'f K... ya-:rr ard wus very good on defense. 11" I - - ..., . ... 1 Don Hower -f, 8. Ht, 5-Q, wt. 1707 senior 'i "Edd" was the htgh-scorer of the Trojan ' --e , tecrrz ihrs year, mst missmq the "ZOO" - 1: 111: by three pomts. Pldyinq his second tif yelr :tsl v1rs1ty forward, he was Chosen "' 13.1 the Czllecounty 11151 team. 1 A Art Gutmonn I Ht 5-10: Wt. 155: Senior 'Y' Thts was Art's f1rst yeor on the varsity but . ., -5. he drd ez-ccepttonally we11. He was Bdker's .,a.:,. fuostrtute cmd sdw much dctzon. He was 11 qood rebounder. S-.' Howord Shoefer 1 Ht 5-111 Wt. 1457 Iunior 'M' 1-Iowczrd sow 1:1 1ot of octron. He handled 'he 1:1111 we11 ond scored 46 points. He -- ".'111 be buck next yeor. I 3. ' 4 .. tft' . , ,.t. 1,, J Roy Mutton ' Cfrgttrgrrn Roy Mutton hos ployed two C 1 1-1 yefrrs on the vorstiy. He WGS ct great . xebourrtder ond mctde C111 kinds of shots. He scored 176 points ond made 10 pomts I 5 .I 1 Ht, 6-O: Wt. 1605 Junior , , r -X me-wb. . . 4 - 0 - gy, ,tr more ID seven drfterent games, Hrs 1 q 'great irll-Ground play w111 be of peer- ' 9 Axrvfwwis X tess help to next ye-or s team. i -I xg. V -- Q 9 1 ' l X, 1 g Ss- 1 1 "1 f l l 1'-9 f ll ...li Coach Waveland Snider "Snitz" desc-rves ft lot ot the credit for This wits his tourth and most successful ye thff 'I'm111ns' success this year, its 'l'1otan mentor. Bob Rice Ht S,l0g Wt, 168, Sophomore Fourth' aw Bob saw lots ot action this year He is a tune all-around player and will probably star the next two years. Dick Cabin Ht 5-813, Wt. 135: Sophomore Dlcl-2 rs a good ball-handler and CGD score when 1t's needed. He scored the winning basket against Leo. He two more years to play. Bob Parkisori Ht 5-65 Wt. 135: Senior Playing his ttrst ye-wr on the tirst Bob cfniie throuqh in areal style merited cr place on the all-County team. He wus a qreat ballehawk a qood defensive man. lohn Boker Ht. 6-2: Wt. 1805 Senior lohnny was the center this year has tive, and first and and added much height to the Trojan squad. He was the most consistent on set shots and received ct berth on the all-county second team. Dick Beard Ht. 5135 Wt. 156: Sophomore He could be called "dead-eye Dick" because of his great accuracy on every l-:ind of shot. He has two more years in which to play on the varsity, it Q W Q ar ' it . QNX 'li We l Q ,fema- ' -X.. 'i' ' 1 V 'ff' Qs' -1 f 4 4feff4fzgwg.,,,f ,V r W gy 4, , 7 ft "ff-. .N .jd ,FI -aw' l ' 'TN D V. L., .A ,, 3. 1: .W i 'YH 'Sins' il --:, Q "' E. is 'lf' Q, Ex :tx 3 " r ' gig l , fi is t N l - v T H '!""'. g ' X At. Q xwzffvi W X 'Q 'f D X 1 Qvwi Kb . r .AM L--7. :a.- '-. 7:9-' we . sz. .Mb Heciarwlyfzay, Ployer G FC: FTA FT PF TP Don 1-lower 23 77 73 43 33 197 Ray Muttoii 23 57 111 52 39 175 lohii Billiffef .. 22 47 55 25 47 120 Bill Deuter . 23 21 58 28 39 70 Bob Porlcisort ,Y,, . 23 25 27 17 59 57 Howord Slide-ter ,1,, 23 15 30 15 33 45 Art Gutinctnn . . ,.,.... 15 7 17 5 5 19 Bob Ftice ,.,. . 19 5 17 4 10 15 Diclz Ccipin . . .. . . 12 4 5 3 8 11 Diclz Beord .. 9 3 3 1 2 7 Elrnliurst . 252 397 205 275 729 Opponents . 218 329 158 319 594 ritturst liocrqlond Elmhurst 22 Concordici " Leo " 22 Centrol Cotholic 1 letterson Center " 25 Ossicrn Arcola 32 Woodburn Vtfoodburn 22 1-lodqlond Monroeville 38 Colurnbio City Huntertown 30 1-ldrlon Leo New Hcrven Ldicryette Centrctl Deccxtur Cotholic Arcola County Tourney 31 Woodburn 29 Leo 32 Hodqldnd Sectionol Tourney 21 1-loorqlond The Elnihurst boslcetbcrll vcrrsity experienced cr very successful seoson under Cooch Snitz Sniders tutelcrqe. They built up cr ten-qotrne winning streork which wos broken in the finorls ot the county tourney when they lost cr hecrrt-brecxkinq overtinie bottle to 1-loorqldnd. This seemed to take the heort out of them tor they toiled to hit their stride the rest ot the season. 1-lowever, their record ot 15 wins ond 8 losses was o qreot iniprovernentg ond the boys cmd Mr. Snider deserve o lot ot credit. Snider touqht them o zone detenseg the boys moniuplcrted it so well thot the Troicrns had cr defensive overcrqe ot 25.8, the best in the county. Their ortensive crveroqe wos 31.7 so they dveroqed 5.9 points per qcrme more thorn their oppontents. The Troicins were not on crccurcrte shooting club, but they hit on overoqe of 18.7 96 While their opponents hit 18.190 ot their shots. 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Se f,'4 and row: Cofrclr Eryltiavli, D. Huvx f-" 1, B. loliiiufwri, H Slrfxfifer, D. lohnson, D. Millliouse Third row: P. Dyer, D. Capiri, B. Portrirs. Front row: B. Parl-zison, F. Lfilrrnfrri All-Star cl-:rss team B-Jcl: row: V. Stollf-r, D. Swflnlt, Dick Schmidt, D. Dyuter, B Meyer. Middle row: B lohnson, L Oyez, 1 n Pwlixiiiclt, VS, Snyder, D. Fisher. Front row' P. Oyer Hmmm 60134, 2'.Io.4.e. 9 The reserves ended the season with a 50-50 record, winning 9 and losing a like number. After bowing to Hoagland, 13 to 10, the Troiarnmers beat Leo 12 to 9, drubbed lefferson Center and Arcola 27 to 18 and 26 to 7. Then came the relapseg Woodburn won 22 to 16, Monroeville won 21 to 12, and Huntertown won 25 to 14. Leo continued the rout winning 25 to 23: New Haven did likewise with a 26 to 18 victory. After being dropped by Lafayette Central 22 to 19, they sprang bacl: with a 13 to 8 win over Decatur Catholic. Here came another drubbing for Arcola 24 to 10. Central Catholic pulled the props in a 22 to 18 over- time. Another hot streak and four opponents bit the dust: Ossian, 34 to 125 Woodburn, 20 to 16p Hoagland, 20 to 195 and Columbia City, 18 to 14. Harlan ended the season with an 18 to 13 win. The ace scorers were D. lohnson and F. Lehman, each scored 71 points. W. Bradtmiller, close behind, piled up 66. Stemen and Milhouse contributed 51 and 38 points, respectively, to their cause. Jfaepjn ' Since there was no tourney this year, our county champion softball team did not have to defend its crown. However, they played three games and made a very good showing. Scores: Elmhurst 10, Arcola 77 Elmhurst 21, Arcola 8, Elmhurst 5, Huntertown 7. Elmhurst totals: AB, 955 H, 365 H, 335 Pct., .3471 errors, 16. Opponents' totals: AB, 947 R, 227 H. 23: Pct., .2455 errors 12. ! 74ml .Sembfm ! The seniors made a clean sweep of the class tourney this year, both the senior boys and girls coming out on top. The upset of the tourney came when the freshman boys stopped the juniors cold, 12 to 8. Meanwhile the seniors trounced the sophomores by a 21 to 6 score. Then in the finals the senior Redskin boys warped the freshies 29 to 15, after leading 26 to 8 at the end of the third period. Paul Oyer, a senior led the boys in scoring, by pour- ing 20 points through the hoop. A freshman, Dick Schmidt, was next high with 9 point. The boys' all-star class team included W. Snyder, P. Oyer, B. Poitras, H. Schmidt, and D. Swank. , cv, 4 1 , I 1 .. Q ,Ut - . W li ' J fa' 4' , 4 A Q an ,Q gf ! - " r " . -H: ' , , 5 .. vi 'L J 1 . I T4 rev: E Eit1t.gitri11rg,Y if-i1w,L ' Qin.. Y ' fz Fx.- V V igcr, 'Hrgiizxet ff'1.E'. L 4 r " Eihftt-xt-111.-iizi, Mfizvtizi, Q7 Sf-oi:'td rw.: E fGit':i E Elietqit, E Eizzzf 'ev '11, IQ Erin, E Fist: ZI1, M Link, F E'-.t:, L Axis ri Third tow' M tjiev rider, 1- Fiflds, P Etiitl, E 'xiii 1 ' VjQtv1eer., P. Henning, M Et1xu3i.zn.zn, Fi Hmizc, P QZQEQE1 5-LM -not Pifitzzre First row H Sfhi:':1::. tier, Fx M Eegii, ii P' tri, , I Hzd.-ey, Coieritlxi, Miri-rn. Blish t E I.fi'.nt5e, P Simi:-5, I 'f1i'1,er Fist-,trttzi Viv." B ivfxilti, B Green, Inf 11.11, H " r, ff ,11 z., F' Gxzsiez, E Ke-ever, V Cix, E Eziier, Li Hz'-igri': Third r'-'.-.' Hrs Lftiztley, Priyiii, 114' 'T E I.iu't . A Tirr, Pitt ivifffby, If ifu:t.tei',i i'XV1:v r. 1 Fi iwl JM' Q, gnu pfL0qJlLU'l'L The G. A. A., under the sponsorship ot Mrs. Stanley and the ieadership oi Frieda Sehoene- man and her assistants, Margaret Luna, viceepresidentg Hope Miller, seoretaryg LaVonne Anson, organized sports ieaderp and Barbara Miiier, unorqanized sports, had a iuii and busy year of sports and activities. During the early tail season they played sottbaiig and when the weather no ionaer per- mitted their piayina out-oi-doors, they used up their excess enerqy by r-laying volley bfiii in the qym. The qirls sponsored a skating party at Beiis' Rink, November 8. B. Mutton was chairman ot the publicity Committee who consisted oi P. D3Boit, P. Gusier, B. Keever, H. Hartke, A. Tarr, and M. Kreiqh. H. Miller was Chairman of the ticket Committee. After the Christmas vacation, Ciass teams were oraanized: and they beqan playinq baske? bali on Mondays and Fridays durina the noon period. . . mfg, 9 Active G. A. A. mernbersg three plaque girls. Softball tearny baslteteers. '11, Halls, CUM, jo The annual class tournament was held the first week in March and four good teams carne out to compete. The seniors won the tourney by first sweeping the freshmen off their feet in a garne which ended 25-6 and then by boating the sophomores, who won their first game over the luniors. In the final game, the seni,trs led the sophomores all the way in it hard fought battle. However, the sophomores never gave up until the last whistle blew and the score showed 27-21 with the seniors on top. After the basketball season was over, the G. A. A, played ring tennis: and when warm weath- er came again, they played softball. They took cr hike in the early part of May aid ended up over at Foster Park where they had a weiner and marshmallow roast. The annual state play day was held in the niiddle of May and all the officers ani plaque girls attended. B. Miller was the only one to receive her plaque that day, since B. Kah- lenbeck and M. Pond had received theirs at play day last year, vm and, Qnduwukd am gm Q90mff,f5m5'f5 vi. C5 995' fi' cr- Sas hnsilliib RIFLE CLUB- Back SOME' I. Whltbe-ck, I. Kucher, D. Iohnson, O. Sltrtor, M. B 1:::wtt, 'I' Enqliazlt, H firm rmfrn, H. flrmnt, W. Irnn-ffm, B. Bracht, . mn. 'Third row: I. Pond, R. Harman, I. Clrrricscrttltf-, It, Vorkrts, H. Iolmfwu, l-. Tlnntt 1 I . Nzlwlr, W. l't-rl, W, Iiitxrltmillor, E. Stemen, D. Schneider. Second row: D. Stute, M. Wage-man, M. Dr'-iiaqoo, H. Hanlzc, FI. kfltvutllw-rrfl, I. Turn vr, E. ltvull 1-ylvxn, B L.'lmr1.liw1rrd, F. Lehman. Bottom row: I. Sarasien, G. Scott, L. Anson, D. Miller, I. Clausen, B. Stein, H Fivllfrr-lr-r, B. l7v5-inter, R, McQueen, Mr. Eichkolf. CENTER PICTURE e Back row: E. Iackson, D. Hoehn, B. Carsten, lf. Feiqlrtner, A. Kirin-ts, B. McM1ll1'n, B. Ihriseidr-l, C. Wood, D. Lundqren, D. Beard, D. Deuter. Third row: H. Hess, E. Raidy, B. Bassett, M. Vtfaqerxifrn, B. lftiltle-rilbeck, B Sl!1'llr'lf'l1, S. Churi-liwfrrd. I- CCIYfi'I'LT. B PZPPVPT- Second row: E. Crismore, I, Snyder, M. Draggoo, It. Douglas, M. Leonard, D Fir-ilfls, IVI. Grfitt, P. Henning. Bottom row: R. Valentine, G. Warner, B. lfinerk, E. Wood, Pt. I-Jvlrl-frrbftclz, P. Dvklult, G I..O1vSllll'tl'. INDUSTRIAL ABTSM Back row: Mr. Iewell, B. Bracht, T. Walsh, M. Bassett, R. Mutton, D. Branninfq, It. Thurber. Middle row: B. Keller, D, Wolf, C, Shephard, B. Parlzison, D. lIirf'rf'ofe, L. Foqwfflll, B. Churcliwfxrd. Front row: I. Hausman, I. Brunkhardt, H. Swfrnl-1, A. Gutrntrnn, B. lohnson, I Fogwavll, D. Stutti, B. Poitrtts. HML- alll "What was that, Mr. Eickhoff? Ninety-eight! I-Iow do you do it, Betty?" The girls practiced meets on Tuesday and the boys on Monday and Wednesday. Everyone squinted one eye, peeped through the sight with the other and tried, oh! so hard, to hit the bulls eye. When the tener was slugged, they got so excited that they made a one or a three the next time. At least it taught them a lesson, didnt it? "Gee, everything is blurred!" Mr. Eickhoff laughed and told them to shut their eyes awhile. So they did a blackout and finally recovered enough to make a comeback with an eight The club had eighty-nine members this year, twenty-seven girls and sixty-two boys. The oiiicers were: president, I. Whitbeckg vice-president, W. Perl: secretary-treasurer, O. Slater. The team's first four usually consisted of O. Slater, C. Cable, I. Whitbeck, and B. Iohnson. For fifth man it could be either I-I. Simerman or B. McQueen. The team now ranks in class A which is higher than last year. Lettermen this year were: C. Cable, B. Bassett, D. I-Ioehn, and B. McQueen. The annual Wiener bake was held on May eighth and a good time was had by all. ff! Chicken, ham, rabbit, cake, pie, cookiesfstop! That reminds me of the Industrial Arts club's potluck pre-Thanksgiving dinner. On that day, all tools were idle at lunch time except maybe a saw or two if the cake was a little tough. All trips to industries were cancelled again this year. Because of defense work no visitors were allowed. We still had all our classes in the old school. However, on Lincoln's birthday work was started on the new building. Those of us who do not graduate look forward to better and larger shop rooms. In time, the members of the club will aid Uncle Sam in all-out war pro' duction. B. Parkison was our chiefy D. Kiracofe, viceechiefy B. Mutton, secretary-treasurer. Oh, yes, Mr. Iewell was our-chief manager. E31 l: rev: E Pontius, P. Oy-er, I Sarasien, D. Schmidt, l. Turner Front row: Marg-:iret Cont, Miss Patteri, D. Loveless. Um, Wlofto-F 'IL "Remember Pearl Harbor!" This was one of the cries of the affirmative team this year to prove their point that never again should we be unprepared. The question under debate Was, "Resolved: That, as a permanent policy, every able-bodied male citizen in the United States should be required to have one year of full-time military training before attaining the present draft age." The negative argued that we shouldnt militarize our youth after this war is over because it will be entirely unnecessary. They added that the United States has never been defeated in a war, no matter how unprepared we were. The affirmative team who debated this question was composed of D. Schmidt and I. Turner. Margaret Cox and P. Oyer debated on the negative side. l. Sarasien was the alternate on the affirmative team. E. Pontius and D. Loveless were also on the negative squad, but both withdrew before the debating season got under way. The season was started when several of the debaters went to Purdue, December 5 and 6 for a debate conference. At a college debate between Purdue and Wisconsin, they received many interesting pointers on the question. P. Oyer served as a senator in the student legislature and E. Pontius and I. Turner served as representatives. The members entered speech contests at North Side, South Side, and Central in addition to their debate work. The Elmhurst Forum Club is a member of the National Forensic League, the Indiana State Debate League, and the Northeastern Indiana Debating Conference. Many debates were held with other schools. These included: Concordia, North Side, Huntertown, Columbia City, lefferson Township, Huntington, Lafayette Central, New Albany, Hammond, Terre Haute and Peru. However, the iudges didn't seem to agree with ue for we with theml and SO we came out on the losing side in most of these debates. But "all work and no play makes lim a dull boy," so the Forum Club, sponsored by Miss Potterf, their coach, took time out from their duties to skate and dance. On September 26 they sponsored the first and most successful skating party of the whole year. The Iunior Forum Club, organized for underclassmen, sponsored a tea dance on February 195 and it also was a great success. The junior club chose N. Christoft to lead their meetings. C. Oyer was elected to keep their records, and Ft. l. Wilkie to take care of the money. Other members of the club were: I. Kussmaul, l. McKinney, L. Watkins, B. Chiddister, L. Ford, N. Eiche, D. Mason, I. Neff, and D. Thurber. The "ossifurs" of the senior club were: D. Schmidt, president: l. Turner, vice-president, and M. Cox, secretary. ' lmbz, Numa, HZ, Cne bunch o' kids that didn't get the jug this year tor drawin' "pit.i:lierg:" 'iffflli t.i-- fir' 'lui , The clubs twentyrtour members elected L. l-legerteld, B. Parker and B. Beltrz iii' iinirrt if vice-president, and secretary-treasurer, respectively. Mrs. Sells was their sri 'It.f'+i. Their readin' and writin' and 'rithrnetic was taught to the tune ol the priiiit lrrusii, The it teen members ot the first year class started with fundamentals. They worked on theory ftiiti practice and the more in find the in drawing, perspective, forms ot Roman capitals, color theory, eler'iier'its ot flesifiri theory ot applied design. Nine students who advanced to the sec'--iiiftl year lflttfllf' l design and art appreciation, undertook writing of uncial and halt-uncir.il tQif3.rli.ilwet.1 theory and practice of color. This year there was one student in third year. lllu-' tration, interior decoration, portraits, still life and painting were the teatures ot this 3r3i.ir.3'.e. The one student ot lourth year had the privilege of doing specialized work, '.-virion lrelivfrti prepare tor a special phase ot art. On the social side the club aimed to have one solely lor club members, but those open to the jr tea dance, February 55 and another skating The proceeds from these activities were used activity each month, Some ot these were public were a skating party, Novenilger lfrfig party, March 20. to purchase two magazines monthly tor tiif club. These magazines served to broaden the students' knowledge drid to iricretirse their appreciation. The Art club had some outside work to do. They were asked by many clubs to make blai'k- board announcements. Those linoleum-block cuts forthe Advance were done by L. He-gerteld tourth year student, who also did that particular work in this volume ot "Arinie". Lettztrriig ot basketball court cards and other miscellaneous signs were handled by this group. So the school helped the Art club, and the Art club helped the school. T, it L ll,-tier!--lit, I Erigleriian, B. Hohenstein, E Parker, N. Eiche, E. Fry, E Elrisi tr, l.'.' lt. it-, 5er.Qrr.d ry,-' if Fisher, M blouse, G, Eohnstedt, M. Nash, M Hagq, E. Eeltz, H Hers'-r, I flerz Bittcrrr row' E Strprhrri, Ft. Cline, D. Tschdnnen, MIS. Sells, E, Shaw, M. Vvalker, R. Upttlrriitt I Toi raw' D Cole-intm, N Eifilie, E. l:tltll'lQli"!I'l, D. Fisher, VI. Perl, D. l':lf4'l'TOll9, I Wlntbeck, W. Snyder, A. Rust, I. Fogwell, L Fo-'1well,F' Deahl. Second tow: D. Pteitter, T. Foltz, l'-I. Diss, M. Christie, V. Holle, B. Mason, A. Gutiniinn, D, Cinpin, I. Hausman, B. Carsten, H. Sfrlimidt, Ll. Seller. Third row: G. Scott, D. I-Iindy, D. Allison, T. Stoller, F. Sclioenerntrn, Marlorle Cox, B. Miller, I. Pond, I. Kussmaul, B. Kinerk, I, Clausen. Fourth row: O. Slater, D. Ormiston, C. Cable, B. Stein, B. Deuter, R, Mutton, B. Reed, M .Gralt, I. Brock, M. Hatfield. Fifth rLowbL. Henry, H. Morse, A Vtlise, L. Heaerfeld, E. Keesler, I. Gillespie, I, Paxon, M. Kreigh, V. Stoller, E. Pontius, 1. enter Sixth row: L. Schneider, P, Scott, S. Hummer, D. Mason, G. Gibson, M. Pond, V. Cox, P. Henning, R. Avery, M. Lunz, Z. Cowan. Bottomhrowz Mr Eichkort, M. Girton, M. Leonard, C. McQueen, D. Cox, Ft. Cline, P. McCoy, G. May, I. Hartman, H. Miller, ', Staynott. Small groups: Spectators Boys and girlsj Stoller, Coach on thirdg The Dodgers The Winners: Mr. Eiclikolfs ha-hag Henry and Harman, cnptainsq Pitcher Bill of the Doclgersg Looking over the line upp Senior qirlsg Slate-r's pitching. ', ',f7lon .fdllolablaqnf Verlin Stoller came through with the astounding total of thirty-eight prize points and became undisputed champion in the 1941 magazine sales campaign. Miriam Pond and Elizabeth Staynoff gave him plenty of competition with twenty-six points each. Verlin's perseverance was rewarded for he got his name engraved on the silver magazine cam- paign cup. The campaign was under the sponsorship of Mr. Eickhoff. Home room 0 under the guidance of Miss Simon, challenged the other home rooms to be the first to have a 100 per cent participation in sales. Needless to say, home room 6 won and was given a party for their undying effort. The seniors came out on top as per usual with a total subscription sale of 3400.25 The juniors came second with 55330255 the sophomores third with 5283.757 the freshmen came in last with 3159. The school made more than 35400 which was used to finance assemblies throughout the year, for the student salesmen prizes and parties, or for other school needs. The lucky salesmen who had earned five prize points witnessed a soft ball game one gloomy day in October. It was a rousing game: but alas for the Yanks, the Dodgers were a bit better and nosed them out with a score of l2-3 in favor of the Dodgers. The umpires were none other than Mrs. Stanley and Mr. Snider, physical ed instructors. Members of the Yanks were: H. Morse, I. Pond, B. Kinerk, V. Stoller, I. Kussmaul, R. Schmidt, O. Slater, B. Stein, D. Capin, P. Deahl, D. Schmidt, L. Henry tcoachlz while I. Clausen, D. Fisher, B. Deuter, I. Fogwell, K. Diss, E. Pontius, I. Whitbeck, D. Kiracofe, R. Harman tcoachl were the Dodgers. Several interesting and exciting assembly programs were presented as a result of the magazine campaign. September 23fPayne Iubilee singers sang a number of negro spirituals. October 20-The Dewillo Concert company presented a program featuring the violin, piano and concertina grand. Gloria Linari, a beautiful sixteen year old songstress, who has entered the movies, appeared with them. November I2-Many astonishing and unbelievable experiments were demonstrated by Walt Everman. Ianuary l2eKilty Trum- peters, four girls, played solo and ensemble music. February 6fA fascinating and mys- terious story of Tibet was told by Fred I-lardenbrook. February ll-George Lyons, soloist with Vallee, Whiteman, and Hylton, played his 32,500 harp. April 9-Guy Green, who resembles Abe Lincoln, portrayed the "Life of Abraham Lincoln". On the opposite page, are the magazine co-workers. Yes, critics, we said it was a gloomy day. k psi ass., as. nn 41 an an Q0 -90' Mm ff' at ...- QQ'- nr -ef- w -oe- 45 .yn .N-as w 6 'I QC ,-f V55 VV 5f"'N X A K ,, ,s xr A 3 f , . , ' ' 1 5: .5 1' 5.1 .V..VV,V: : ,k i-V : V b X, ' ? .- e - X ' V- - iw -.iw ..g ,Q g ,. X , S ,A s- Ar 1 - ug, 4 ' ' . X ' ' 'AQ' . .s 1.-. as ff- ' " A ' -"" ' ' . , - X-., X A V' y x , ig' 1 . N 1 r 9 . , , ,V M- V. P 5 X gkrza -ljfV ' - ig, 0 ' , . ,. A , X w25A'f:1sf1232'3 n " . .: sa::-:-.1-fn-:Q-If x--+5 ' X- gb .- T M- f ' :iff , : -. ' b X. .. " 3- -A -,Ni ,J . ,wg :qsmg-:-if . ,ss , '- A swf,-2--"f' . f ff, ,.. , -f ' f ,b 14, ,. - f 2 , V if M-WV SV H 5, ,Z-XV It 155.-,L-. :V- E+. . VV VV , V VV ,VV s .- VIH . ., , -ww ' - -- f -: wg - V :VV - VK A lFgf3g.f,V.VVVVVV4 an V , gV3gVVV5i 15 A-Q'-.' -11 ,WN 1 .f ' .s - - Z1-'fi "-1 I' v 1 S , Q .M X . ,gg Vg: xx C -' .3 .. 'zfxv 4 'Fa 'G -v M V ' W: .X V . .ev gk . Fr, V f si- V 'V 1 N, . ,:., , x ' -, ,. Ng ., . '. ' .. , , iif'J'?4Z" if -' Q :af f K, P , gf ,,, V 5,9 X fi' L- , f. Ss Aw. -. V WV V 2-Vg gif. -f- ' 1 ww xsx 'S 'ii ,3 fimw K . -. .V K . 3 V, 'L .- A .. M ix EV: ..,V , VV I X V.VV an sg .A 1 ..,. i 'Kem .W .av ,-vp-pau 1 17, what J' -, 'Vim , ,qw 1 f ' ff ...A we xi'-1 ff lgja. 1 1 "W 'ww ,af va ,nm Q fr-, A M. W ., w .Ybm-.,px, X ' X, .N Q V , if-, , N Q 1 is I -9' ' K X .ez lv A y. ' Q11 K4 E J f I bring to you the school review Of forty-one and forty-twof Ol parties, qames, and many a dance, Ot thrills, Chills, and even irornance. Ot students, friends, and teachers dear Ol the Elmhurst faculty thru the year. -Bill Perl X A A ,arts-5 ' ' r ' ' V' ' ' lahrisori T Dealer, M. A. Ditzenberger, C. Groves, F. Schoenenian, I Fogwell, R ElHS1i'ClEl ' fl ifirxrpey, L Ford, S Morice, V Cox, R. lohnson, l Pcixson, E Hall Thur: r i L li V-pgizir-r, l. M. Zollinqer, Ft. I. Wilkie, E. Keesler, H. Contrhan, P Hoeppner, l' lII'iti1enbfi'l-1 7: ' F l'ii,"ti:i.i:t:, D Allison, F. Kindy, L. Cohagan, D. M. Sack, E Millhrjuse, H Efrrtriri, L Vfiitlixris, ' ' dlonq,6!!1Zl1,flmcS2aAnnA, "l-lappy Days are Here Again," sang the Glee Club one hot September day. Their voices didnt blend very wellg in tact they were all a little oft key. What could you expect the iirst month! During Qctober they tinally decided to organize and elected as their ofticers: president, Frieda Schoeneinanp vice-president, Don lohnsong secretary-treasurer, Betty Millhouseg and librarian, Dorothy Vogts. Next came who-whatfandewhen. The members decided to have girls' chorus every Monday and Tuesday, boys' on Wednesday, all freshmen on Thursday, and mixed chorus on Fri- day. Shirley Monce was appointed pianist. Singing along with the seasons, Christmas Carols led the list, especially the ones that they sang at the concert they presented December l9 for the school. Tarty apples were given to all who went to the clubs tea dance December 18. Alter recuperating irom Christmas and New Year's festivities, the warblers swung out with the "Chattanooga Choo Choo". Vtfith the lunior-Senior Prom preparations in full swing, the songsters didn't get together very much during February and March: however, they did sing "Stout Hearted Men," "We Did lt Betoref' and other current popular songs. "April Showers Bring May Flowers." The club sponsor, Mrs. Stanley, was sorry to report that this year no one would receive a pin for being in the Glee Club tor tour years. Too many showers, l guess! The last nionth, May, brought the last semester activity which was a general party en- ioyed by all the members. Alter singing at Baccalaureate, the Glee Club wrote "tinis" on their slates. Hand. Qui mDffl:QA,., "What a pretty valentine l got from my peanut sisterln Such comments were heard after the Home Ec. Club's peanut sister exchange. What is a peanut sister? We-ell, you put your name, address, home room and birth date in a peanut shell. Then a drawing is held. After that, each girl remembers her peanut sister with gifts at Christmas, Valentines Day, Easter and on her birthday. At the spring banquet, you find out who was so thoughtful of you all year. At the September meeting, l4 new members were initiated, making a total of 50 members for the club this past year. In the campaign for election of officers, D o n n a Foltz emerged as president, Agnes Forschner as first vice-president, Margaret Christie as second vice-president, Mable Leonard as secretary, Donnabel Loveless as treasurer, and Betty Mason, student adviser. Their theme this year was Fashions and Travel. At each ot their meetings, something along this line was studied. Une activity of particular interest was the showing of a movie reel of fashions at a meeting February l7. They had their annual Christmas party on December QU at the school. Each member was entitled to bring one guest. The gift exchange, Christmas tree, games and refreshments were enjoyed and helped start oft Christmas vacation with a feeling of festivity. Add to this list of activities the skating party held February 7. Another feature of importance last year was the annual late spring tea and fashion show put on by the Home Ec. Club and classes for their mothers. 1 At the banquet held April l, Miss Simon, the club sponsor, presented Agnes Forschner, Betty Mason, Ftuth Mitchell, and Dorothy Lopshire with silver thimbles. These silver thimbles were given as rewards for a four-year membership. The officers for the club during 1942- l943 were elected at the March meeting and installed at the banquet. Top row: P. Smith, M. A Ditzenberger, M. Smelser, B Mason, I. Gillespie, I Enqleinan, M Christie, H W1lkie,l.Paxson, P. Hartman, L. Fackler, D. Mason Third row: I. Clapesattle, R. Mitchell, M, Draggoo, C. Groves, N Eiche, S Monne, B. Gordan, G. Langineyer, M. Leonard, B. Kahlenbeck, l. M. Zollinger. Second row: M. Clevenger, D, Lopshire, l. Kleiner, E. l-freigh, G. Bohnstedt, M. Link, Fl Bastian, E Eeltz, P. Buell, P. Gusler, D. Foltz. Front row: Miss Simon, I. Foltz, L. Wtztkins, S. llfumrner, B. Chiddister, D. M. Sack, M. Draggoo, M. Zent, A. Forschner, V. Driver, D. Loveless, D. Allison. fri. S ' Al l 5 TQ F.'1:1 F1115: , ' Ku- 1 V , E l"1 1 f utfr, L Pf1rl:'r, E C' ri r F 'T 5 'i-:, E l ir lzykeigri, E P'1:11'1t111s l:1,nt l- Fzflfl 1 Ft., fix E 71111. l71".:- 1 V T1 1 tl 1 t 1 ft, i' 5 T l"i'z, l C1 :e11, H lfieijli, tml Link, C, Fifty, E. Parki- I I f,1a1:, :I S' l , 1 1 tit, P El1r11.1:'1 l"11':1t 1 l Fifi Y' H'11'11: V l A l 1 11, li .31 I , 11, l P-111151, Tl ftlite. Born-Born! Born-Born! Boznl Born! Bo:':'1-Born! Mr. ljrybaok helped tire iitarid qet tire tirrie, all riqiitl Don Stute was Ciioseit as president: Maraaret Cox, librarian, and Hope Miller as secretary- treasurer. Don won the position ot assistant director, and Pat McCoy that of student director. Vtfell, notinna rnuigli lifirgiperied the first semester exfjept tlie band played for the home basket- ball dairies, rnarelied in tlie Armistice Day parade, and played for tlie basketball qame, in wiiicli the Zellner Pistons inet Akron, Qliio, at tire Nortii Side qyrn on December l2. They received an invitation to 15-lay at anottier sucti qarne on lanuary 27 also. But qeel Tlze second seriiesterl Tlie band played at the County Basketball Tourney at New Haven on lanuary Q3 and 24. More to eornel Qur band was asked to play at the Cere- rnony awarding tlie U. S. Bureau ot Qrdinanee Flaa and tlie Navy "E" to the Maqnavox Company, at tlie Sliriiie Tlieater. l School concerts were presented on February 8 and April 19. A lot of Trojan Mozarts en- tered individual solo and ensemble nuinticis at tne district contest at Waterloo, Maiuli LH, Tlie first place winners advanced to tlie state solo contest at Butler, April ll. Nlfell, at last, tlie lun was over for ttie year and so tlie band closed tlie terin by plfiyintg fit connnenceinent and by liavinq a weiner bake at Dick Fisliers club liouse. Tliey had tootrwl tlieir way tlirouqli anotlier year witli a lot ot oornpli. n I 4 Every forty-ininutc period found tlie twirlers practicing tlieir routine on tlie stage, To lirwtl: tlie nionotony, tlie qirls occasionally peeked tlirouqli tlie curtains at tlic band. Kid stutt? You bet! Sylvia Gillirl lias liad two years experience in twirlinqp loan Carriqer, two years: Rutli Mary Beck, two years: and lean Clapesattle, one year. Botli Connie l':L1INlt?I and Barbara Milltj-r liave been twirlinq tor four years. Five ot tlie twirlers liave -gone to contests and rarilzofl liiqli in eitlier tlie state or national. Tliis year, Barbara lfieever and Pliyllis McCoy repre- sented Elrnliurst in tlie junior liiqli contest at Waterloo. Connie liuniier and Barbara Miller represented Elrnliurst in tlie senior liiqli contest. Dick Deuter won tlie contest for drum niaior. Since Qctober, Dick lias strutted liis stun at tlie liead ot tlie band. Elrnliurst now lias tliree tlaqs lor tlie color guard to carry at tlie liead ot tlie parade. This year Mr. Hayes presented tlie scliool witli an lndiana tlaq. Two soplioinore tlaq b e ar er s, Mila Haaq and Virqinia Cox, led tlie red and gray rnarcliinq band, Mariorettes: B. Miller, C. l-luniler, I. Carriqerg Drum Maior: D. Deuterg Maiorettegg 1.tjl,15,n sattle, B. M. Beck, S. Gillitiy Flaq bearers: lvl. Hitaq and V. Cox. Ni ndfimimlawfdiwi "F-r-fe- -j-u-i." "'VVhat in the world is that?" "Oh, it's just the beginning typing classes learning the letters of a typewriter", replied the Commercial Club president, Betty Tarr. Standing beside her were the other club officers: vice-president, Hope Miller: secretary, Margaret Lunzy treasurer, Betty Mason: and Miss Matilda Aunian, sponsor. Vifith Elmhurst as a starting point, the club held their annual treasure hunt and Weiner bake on the school grounds, September 19. Weiners, marshmallows, and root beer were served. Despite a few rips and tears, everyone had fun. ln the middle of Qctober, the club took a trip to the Lincoln Life Insurance Company. The same gang took time off from the study of bookkeeping, typing, and shorthand to skate twice, on November 28 and April 4. Zeryl Cowan also entertained the crowd at her home during the Christmas holidays. A gift exchange, games, dancing, and refreshments were enjoyed by all. 4Oh! those quarter presentsll Early in the second semester the group was shown a movie stressing how to prepare for a iob and how to get a iob. To wind up the activities of the year, the Commercial Club chose a patriotic theme for its annual banquet held April 23. Bob Allen's orchestra furnished the rollicking tunes for the barn dancing and la congoing that followed. A "Man On The Street" program, looking into the future of the club members, was put on by those giggle-guarantee maestros, Dick Fisher and William Perl. Bronze, silver, and gold pins were awarded to those students who typed 40, 55, or 60 words a minute with not more than five errors. Top row: l. Turner, D Fisher, T. Foltz, H. Carpenter, E. Churchward, Ft Avery, B. Wolf, I. Paxson, E. Pontius, R. Harrna-i. Seic-nd row: G .MJrshirll, M. Christie, B. Mason, M. Beck, A. Tarr, L Putt, V. Cox, E. Ruch, H. Fogelson, M. Mclvlillen, M. Praqoc. Third row: Z. Cowan, M Lunz, l. Foltz, B. Tarr, C. Kumfer, P. McCoy, G. B. May, L. A. Hardisty, A. Forschner. Fourth rowz E. Cleve-ng-er, B. Perl, P. Scott, P Hoeppner, B. Mbzvcjoniery, l. Bracht, H. Larrmore, D. Miller. Filfh row: Miss Aunt-Tin, L. Schneider, V. Trump-ey, S Kurnner, V. Holle, L Kraft, F. Schoenern-ln, M. Cox, H. Miller, L. Parl-ter. Front row: R. M Be-clz, P. Ehrman, D. Loveless, V. Driver, B. Millhouse, M. Leoiard, D. M. Sack, M. K. Sands, l. Hurlman. gl'- ,W Mo fan., Q8 t -' ff ' N rffsnelus if 'Ns L ,., it Top Picture Bti-'lz row: E. Cleve-nqer, Lt. Capin, It Fish-i-1, B. Ri-'ff-, D Stutr-, T Foltz, I Whither-k, Ii. l-lower. Middle row' If' Voqts, L. Sclmf-1d2r, P. Scott, F Siiltoorierriiiri, 'fl Pond, E' lQ'rlile:'ibw'l1, H Hfinlce, V Meyer, M Co:-c Bottarri row: P. Henning, L. Anson, M. Cox, P Eltiiirniri, P l'v'lfCi",', lt? Milli 1, K. lfumt-.r, B Mutt-:in Bottom Picture Bacl-: iowz B Hia:-, H Siineimirri, O Slfrtf.-1, B. L'-:mit-ii, FI llfliittiiiri, H Slziieter, M. Birizsf-tt, P Oyor. Middle row: R. McOiit1fii-r'1, D Hofrliri, E. liieiqli, B Beltz, S Mfvi-'ii, I iC"lIll'ILl, S Gillit-t, IQ' Bible, LI Pontius. Bottom row: E Piirlzison, H M. Eigclz, M Luriz, A. Tiur, M lfieijzlz, if lvIi3Qivi1'.ii, F fiiii-Liza-i, I-I Hgiin-in ' Real and Hangs, fnmpany, 6 Time marches on! Alonq with this march comes the Elmhurst Company ot Bs. At the ball qames, in the halls and everywhere, the red sweaters are distinguishable. Bay Mutton was re-elected president ot the E club. However he had new assistants who were B. Deuter, vice-president and I. Baker, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Snider was ofticial sponsor oi the E's. His co-workers were Miss Pottert, Mrs. Stanley, Mr. Eickhoii and Mr. Frybaclc. Elmhurst basketball pins were sold by the club. Proceeds ot this and the class tourney made possible the Letterman's dance, March 28. All present and past Hs iived at this session. Members ot the club were: G. A. Af-Marjorie Cox, B. lfahlenbeck, P. McCoy, L. Schneider, F. Schoeneman, P. Scott, P. Henning, C. Kumier, C. McQueen, I. Stemen, E. Kreiqh, B. Beltz, M. Beck, A. Tarr, S. Gillilt, B. Baker, I. Carriqer, S. Monce, B. Miller, M. Pond, L. Anson, R. M. Beck, M. Lunz, H. Hanke, V. Meyer. Rifle clubfeM. Bassett, H. Simerman, O. Slater, V. Trumpey, D. Voats, I. Whitbeck, R. Iohnson, C. Cable, B. Bassett, D. Hoehn, B. McQueen Debate-eMarqaret Cox. TwirlinqfC. Kumfer, B. Miller. YelleleadinqfeB. Miller, M. Pond. Band Yrrr P. Ehrman, D. Fisher, B. Parlcison, D. Stute, E. Clevenqer, M. Cox, T. Foltz, B. Harman, P. Henning, P. McCoy, B. McQueen, E. Pontius, E. Smelser. Boy's Sports I. Baker, B. Deu- ter, D. Hower, B. Mutton, H. Shaeter, B. Bice, P. Cyer, D. Capin, B. Parkison. Student Man- :rqerfI, Whitbeck. . .pf r!,JlSr.-ff , . I F 'V 15 1. ., 133 I, , if if s-gy S2 dl' 'x wi ,xg 7'v11"t ft irfsfgtll Q ,ww , -. -., , . , , V . ., - . Members -if the Rea Lrrss Cub ire: L Aiisivn, E Biker, E Bassett, .. Ee-via, in Beck, Fl Ee-:l:, l.' Br'iiinir.-gi, R. Erit- tezihirri, H Basil., C Euskxrli, L' Czgir. H Ctiiqerter, I Ciiiiger, 5.1 'fliriske-. E Churfiiiward, E tf'liuri5l'iw-1rd, I Clzusen, E Cleverz-yer, I Cir,-3:11, Rf fix, X' Cf:-:, I Clfigislttlf, - Qeutez, EI, fiss, If I: zrgzgca, E fulliigfrzn, til Qt :apic-, P Eiirrziizn, H Eirisiedel, 'I' Engliih, R Felziilee, Y' Fisher, I First-fe I. Paltz, T. Fitz, ll Ford, A Forsiiliner, H Gilurit, M Cvirton, H H:r1E1e,L. H:rdisty,ixZ I-iizj, P Hxrz-.1r.,f H1431 I. Henry, F Hiegirrzer Y Hifle, f Ht-we: l::i.es, E lolins-tin, Lx Ielinscin, R Itihnsozx, E iIJhienbe:l:, I fflnlf-nl .. Eliiilezibecg, E lie-Ev-ir, F lfindy, H flirierlz, L l1rij1tt,C lfuziiter, I Huther G L'1zig:7.fj.'er F L-ii'111i1:. lf Lfilfllifl f live 1:2 I Lxigagrez. .I Lan: F lfffy, P' fl fb'-,',I li.li.l-lejzivzn, I, Mcfliriniiy, M. Mcltlillen, if l.'l'fti".l'?E!t, G lilizrsii :ii, E I.fix3':. G lfly Y, Neyer, E l.iif.ir, Q lf:..i r, E lfozi -1 H Morse, E lfuticizi,I'.Tt.f:51-z1,l-1 flush, I flftf L' Cfer, P Oyez L Pirlzer E Piikis. E Penn: i:i, P Pfeu:-:, L Pooiiiilri, ffl Pond,I Pc-nd, E Pont1u5,B EL1yi,H Hse, lvl Hiller, A Hurry. A Rust, L 1, fl S sig I Sir? f Siiiiziicit, L Schneider, F Sclioeiifriiaii, G. Eli:-tt, P' Smit, C Slieglilrd. E Szzzels-1: lf eisei, E St-sin, V Stiller State, A. Tirr, Tlrr, I. Thurber, X' Ti'.::1.rejr I Turner, L I.','.:tl:ir.s, f.f'.t.'.:ll:e: R kie, A 'Wise I I 0 Wlatw 0 As well as being a couple of kids, 135 of us Joined a special service group, the Red Cross club. We made a penny drive for Red Cross membership, contributed our old Christmas cards for reconstruction to be given next year to the men in service, delivered Christmas bas- kets to some unfortunate families, held a penny drive in home rooms for tuberculosis seals and in the words of our sponsor, Miss Winimer, "furthered any drive put on for Nationa Defense by the Red Cross organization." i At our organization meeting last September, we elected E. Pontius, presidentp M. Lunz, viceepresidentg and I. Pond, secretaryetreasizrer. We delegated I. Carriger, M. Beck, L. Henry and Don Schmidt to represent our club at the meetings of the County Council. Don was elected president of the County Council. Mixing a little pleasure with our work, we held a tea dance. That little bit of recreation took care of the first semester. We entertained ourselves and our guests in the middle of the second semester with an after-supper dance. Well, kids, that wasn't a bad way to spend our spare time and dimes was it? H... gy pm,-glam am mmm Number one on ine parade oi activities sponsored by the Phy-Chem Club was the trip to the meeting ot the Indiana lunior Academy ot Science at De Pauw University. Both the physics and chemistry classes were invited to take experiments. The physics class took experiments about surface tension. Electrolysis ot sodium chloride and the displacement ot metals from salt solution were the two experiments taken by the chemistry class. The club stayed all night at Greencastle where the meeting was held. lames Sarasien, Elmhurst's candidate, was elected president tor the coming year. The members had a good time on the bus, on the campus, down town in Greencastle and at the meetings and exhibits. Number two hit was a Thanksgiving tea dance. All enjoyed themselves as they burned up the dance iloor to the tune ot some of the hottest records on Celluloid. Taity apples were passed out to all the rug-cutting kids. The annual tuntest on March 6 took place number three. Barbara Miller, Miriam Pond, lrieta Grush, Buth Felmlee, Lynn Henry and Bob Meyer put their heads together to plan a swanky party. lt was a combination dance and tloor show with refreshments and at- tendance prizes on the side. Tables were arranged around the gym to imitate a race track. Here a floor show took place while Bob Aliens orchestra played on the stage. Later all the quests glided to "Sailboat To The Sky". Several trips, including one to the sewage disposal plant, were made to industries tor the iurther education of the members in the practical application ot physics and chemistry. Forty-three members, l7 girls and 26 boys, made up the hit parade ot Phy-Chem this year. Bronze pins were awarded to all deserving members. Bob Parkison called meetings to order with limmy Turner as his assistant. Frieda Scnoeneman kept the roll and took charge ot all the money the club earned. Miss Wimmer, chemistry instructor, and Mr. Logan, physics in- structor, sponsored the activities. 4 Top row: Bob Meyer, L. Henry, t M Levitt, P. l'l1lCl'?lJl"3Yl3 Grov 5' flu! B r 1 rgtgy-,V I, Egiggf, A. Rust E Dullaqhzrn, Fl. McQueen Second fowl I. Sarasien, ivicrrglre Cox, P. Haepnner, H lvii"l'llfll, Ev Mlron, E Goetve rirwcote, W. Snyder, I. 'Whit- becl-:, I. Fcqwell Third row: R. Harm-ln, I. Turner, L. Hegerield, I. Co win, Le Ellyn Keesler, A. Lzlon 3. Perl, E, Clev-enqer, A. Gutmarm, T Foltz D. lieberenz L. lvi-ever, E. Pontius. Front row: Mr. Logan, K. Diss, L. Anson, L. Kraft. I. GJUSIH. MH r-one Cox, F. Schoenemln, M Pend, B. Miller, D. Fisher, P. Oyer, Miss Wirrimer. fs. Top picture, left-Back row: D. Coleman, I. Gillispie, M. Nash, S. Churchward, I. Sinn, I. Alden, M. Srnelser, L. Hadley, R. Bastian, M. Ditzenberqer. Biddle row: I. Clausen, M. Cox, B. Bassett, L. Schneider, R. Wilkie, C. Kurnfer, S. Gilleff, G. B. May, B. Tarr, D. Fisher. Bottom row: D. Cox, D. Foltz, H. Miller, B. Millhouse, D. Allison, P. Ehrman, P. McCoy, S. Kummer, M. Sands, Miss McComb. Upper right picture: H. Miller: Second picture left: L. Kraftp Second picture right-Back row: E. Pontius, I. Neff, B. Carsten, K. Ford, L. Kraft, F. Schoeneman, E. Dullaghan, R. McQueen, R. Harman, E. lackson. Middle row: N. Christoff, B. lvlutton, R. Felmlee, L. Hegerfeld, M. Christle, B. Baker, V. Halle, B. Girton, M. Link, C. Oyer. Bottom row: P. Oyer, B. Ftayl, D. Loveless, V. Driver, A. Forschner, V. McGregor, B. Chiddister, C. McQueen, P. Henning, E. Shaw Third picture left-M. Cox, D. Loveless, H. Miller: Third picture right-Back row: Don Schmidt, D. Stute, W. larnes, H. Sirnerrnzn, C. Stoops, Dick Schmidt. Middle row: V. Stoller, R. Kahlenbeck, L. Meyer, O. Hoke, B. Kxnerk, B. Stein. Bottom row: Mr. Logan, H. Busch, P. McCoy, G. Langmeyer, V. Cox, D. Capin. Lower picture lefti P. Oyer, Miss McComb, B. Tarr. Lower picture center: L. Meyer, Lower picture right: L Hegerfeld, L Schneider, P. Scott. jhfwuqh. ' Cchlh, 'Ummm Chancing to poke your head in Room 5 any night the Advance stayed, you W o u l d have found 8 individuals, members of the main editorial staff, working industriously to put out the paper you read every month for the past year. lf you had remained to eavesdrop a little, you would have heard questions flying everywhere. Someone usually said, "What hap- pened to that article?" or "l told her to write it up!" or "Will someone type this, please?" Betty Tarr and Paul Oyer, both members of the editorial staff for four years, were announced by Miss McComb, faculty adviser, as co-editors, for l94l-l942. Main helpers have been Margaret Cox, news editor: Lois Schneider, chief copyreadery leremy Alden and Lynn Henry, headline writers: Hope Miller, feature editory and Eugene Pontius, sports editor. News stories were assigned to reporters by the news editors, feature stories were assigned by the fea- ture editor, and the same was done with sporQs writeups. Then the stories went through the "mill." There were many of themy they had to be rearranged, rewritten, censored, corrected, ccpyread, typed, rechecked, headlined. After this long drawn out process, they were sent to the printers The galley proofs, as they ae called, came back from the printer's and were proofread and sent back to the printers to be printed. Mr. Logan, faculty adviser for the business staff, and Lester Meyer, business manager, with their helpers took care of the bookkeeping and soliciting ads for the Advance. Fourteen journalists attended the annual convention of the lndiana High School Press As- sociation at Franklin College, Franklin, lndia ia last October 23, 24, and 25. Highlights of the convention were specialized classes for instruction and advice in news- paper and yearbook editing, a campaign and election of officers for the next year and en- tertainment programs sponsored by various groups of the Franklin College student body. On May l the annual Advance banquet was held. Lois Schneider was general chairman and prodded all the other committee members into making the banquet a success. Each member of the editorial and business staffs was eligible to attend. The Advance staff alumni were invited to come along and have fun, too. Outstanding members of this year's staff received Quill and Scroll and Advance awards. 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