Elston High School - Elstonian Yearbook (Michigan City, IN)

 - Class of 1944

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wax P ESENTS M ANNUAQSTFAFF X1 QT? v B Xl X f All Roads Lead to Isaac Elston Hlqh lVl C H1 h you re the best ln the land' Yes It rm s 1n the heart of every one of the students and alumnl who have ever entered her rnajestn hall of knowled The county hy ways have grown 1nto our modern H1 hway of IQ44 GIDLP the openm of lsaac C Flston Senlor H1 h School 1n I975 Only an old lnchan road connected C1ty and Laporte when lVl1ch1gan Cxty was flrst gettm 1tS start 1n the world but soon the lVl1ch1gan Road was begun ust as the re ular h1 h ways surroundln lVl1ch1gan City have grown so 1n travelers the h1 hway of our school has rown The f1rst raduat1n class 1n 1976 numbered one hundred and twelve now ID 44 under war cond1t1ons we boast of two hundred and flVC MlChl an C1ty H1 h School has rown In currlcular subjects 'iCtlVltlCS and sports The love of her students for her has also rown and we all proudly say of her That 1s 'VH sc ool 2 I 11 . Q . H . . . rr rr . . 5 , . , 5 , , . . ' . . , ' 1 ' 2 S 1 ge. , - ' 'K , ' . 1 K g . ' U ' 'U , 5 . ,. D ... . ' . . . . U . ca J O -C7 - ' ' 9 5 - U ' I Cr 5 . . I n . ' . U ,., . ' 0' ' 0' - ' ' n :a -' ' - , . . g sz is . 1 V - 1. 1 g , . . , , r ' J ZTh 4 X ELSTQQXIIAN f 194 1 L n Studs-nts start arriving at tlw nniin lluilrling ul' our svliool at Ilw early f'I'2H'li ol' mlawn, and often swine flu not lvziw- Klu- SFOIIQ nl' tlwir workslmp until dusk is falling. On :lays that lessons are dmui well. or zu lvasl un to par, tlmre is an vuueriwss in the brisk walk ul' tllv sevkvrs after nllwllk-102lI'lllIlj.1u who are ready In rem-li sc-luml to show off Ilwir in-w-foiixnl knuul- vzlgv. llul inns! sail is ilu- spertai-le on the "mornings after," fur very slnwly iluvs the group trnflge to the institution ol' learning: hut tlwre is always 11 slight lnnw that tlierv will ln- 21 firv-drill. zi win- vmatimi, or za pliilosupliivul levtilre lay zu lvust one Ill0lll47I'. Wlmul dill the 4-lnss rmnns look likmf? What nlifl wo rlo in svluml? Wlm xwre ilu- liomlugogs? Turn back ai fe-w lougiivs nn our liiglluziy and rel-ull sunuf of llu- pi-uplc and lnippenings in unr lust yi-nr, Xeaaaazia tvani 1211 Bent Idllurte ill lrstmi J 1 ox ment 1 wnrtk no 1 rixalrx mnio 0 . r Q ix .N x 1 . . Sllllll nts 41 Ol 1 ur K s . r 1 . im Fl nn . ld N V f rrlzi LN 1 bi K r . 1 4 1 N . erm 'ren 1 1 1011 txllhl .- 5 In ol Baan! Supf Office Faculfy --Xu!! Healfh Officials Hffenddn e Helm n s'h'd1'l n U' U l co -' .1 :oosov-up... ' c Our in 0 angr- L Flxll Prtslce s Rl ll lillll lrtasll S IIII Serra Sollool Board The constructlon and malntenance of a hlghway IS a great undertaltlnv as IS also the upkeep of a school Our School Board IS comoarable to the Na tlonal OEICC of Road lnqulry whlch tests road materlals and bullds model brldges and roads The rules regulatlons and pOllClCS which Govern the oper atlon of our school hlghway are formulated by the Board of School Trustees The Board members are the unseen Group of workers who keep our hlghway ln good runnlnff COhdltlOn 'KK ss Xlllld S1ll1ll lst fll ual suretarx to the Board ol wmhool Trustees She IS ioulld ill the business offic-0 ill the jllllior high sf-hool. Mlss Scllll.l' G 'xr-1 a ' 4 1 lb is 11- eu-vu ive 11t't'i1-e 0 - I.f1,1rrl ui 'lrustees He IS I'QS1l0IlSllJl0 tor ex trt1s111g, general respo11s1l11l1tx mer all the puhln mchorls H1 Illdlx0S d.llll0lIltIllCl1tb 0 541111111 tllllll0X90S wltll the .approval ot 1e I.11.1r4l .md re1f1111111u1cls 1lldllglS 111 texts and suurme 111f1ter1.1ls s 1t .1 lug order to I slmulml x Nlr hlldllll hoxsex er ahh lllls the ll0Slll0Il hxeu though we see l11111 111111 ou b1r111.1llx ee tm l1e 15 Cll lllllell mterested 111 llb 111 our dctnltleb and 111 our ltledlb Has D1.uL1 H155 LLL as L lx x 3U1lUI'llll1llll6l1t s I rout .11x 1 S11 ll t1111lm11t . 1 lss 111 .1s .us . s11r1t1r1 1 N111 111 tlll 1 I . 1 UI' 4 N . r.11p.hte11 111 1111 1 DI'0ll9lllS that are 1PlkNt'lllL1l 111 IL Plllltdtllllldl mlepf1rt111111t ol the Xml l1ll1llblI'dtl01l orf1tes All.lIlllI .II, ., t r fthm ' , 1. ,lt I , yd- 1 ' 1 I .' 1 " , ' ' ' tl .- -1 1 , H 1.- ' 1 ' 1111? A. sal! A . ' . v . , Y .. 'D' Ha" ' we If l I 't g - M1:.M. . ' '.Xl'l' ff! . , ' Xll'.', I , SWTOI' lu Ill ' 1' 1 'I'- 3 in - - , '111l 1111- 1. 1- wfisnh 'llll li j IUII11 S per' I- lent, lffii - - 5 A ke '11 the 2lIlk'llll'ill 'o rw ds '15 well 1 A - 'us st "Y ll all the 'r'1l 7 ,1- 196' vm 'Xu Can you remember far back to the fxrst time that we entered with knocklnw knees that whlte odorous room called the doctor s OEICC-5 Vaccination, gee we could hardly pronounce It didn t know what lt was, and yet we were Uolng to have one A clean looklnv Ulrl dressed ln whxte aproached us wlth a long sharp thlng just as we had closed our eyes and puckerecl up to cry she saxd Thats all there IS You may 00 Ever smce that txme we have known that the nurse and doctor are ready and Wlllllli., to help us fret rrd of that pam ache or seasxck feeling Good health counts and our Good doc tor and nurse count with us too It was Doctor Reed and Nurse Kemena who directed us to the Get Well Road If we contracted any erms To work or not to work that IS the questlon Ox er half of the student body IS employed workmv for Gam For the flrst questlon you are the questioner lf you wlsh to work you must see Mrs Weaver and ask May l work3 order to obtaln a work permlt For the second questlon the tables are turned If you decide not to work not even to do school work or come to school xt IS Mrs Weaver who does the questnonm Mrs Weaver IS our able attendance of flcer who ns responsible for the enforce ment of state school laws xx 8 , an ' 4 In 'mn NlcLl,l-1 lllflill .' :sux lll'lll li1.uv:x,x ' 7 V , 1, . . . 1 . - . 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W1-.. lili Mr Humphrey as prlnclpal IS re sponsxble for developmv and admnms termg the revulatlons for conduct To vou lt may seem an mswmfncant llttl matter rather a sllly lclea to carry out a certain plan of procedure or special regulations but each request of 'Vlr Humphrey IS well thouf ht out and has 1 deflmte purpose behmd lt Our prmcx pal I9 also responsible for safevuardmf school property therefore before chanves on school property can be made Mr Humphrey should be con sulted It IS not m connectnon wlth hrs tech meal dutxes that the students come Ill contact wlth Mr Humphrey most fre quently lt IS his daily co operatlve splrll with the students and hls personal mterest ln each one that we students acl mire so much 111 him llfllltlllil Oh Mrs Wexsllo dnd anyone turn Ill xnr mother s umbrell13 lNo3 Gee she told me l d lose lf l toolt t But Mrs Welsflo our alarm just didnt off Oops wron excuse' lts noon Mrs Vvexsflo could you send notes to these ten people5 Swy Mrs Welsflo how do you spell Lnlllan lxleskowsltl s name3 Oh Mrs Welsflov why IS It always my class th at doesn t et to see the assembl1es3 How I9 she able to flnlsh her own work for Mr l'lumphrey3 We students are Often forvetful about expressxnff our gratltude but we truly do appreclate the help Gwen us ID the office and the countless favors Mrs Welshov Grants us XII XXII ll4N btnlctxrx - 3 ' D . , n 9 , I ? 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Deane McAfee, our sen1or sponsor joxnecl the Spare lout lt was to our crecl1t when we added MISS Cunnmffham MISS Stuart Mlss Bate man and MISS Henry to the ranks of our faculty We l'I'l1SSCd Mrs Anderson and MISS Smxth thls year but welcomed back MISS Halter 10 51,1 li xv: 1 ' ' ' 1 .. " " 1' . . ' ' . x 11- 1 " 111121. . iss 'llllllllb 111111: .1. . ' , . . 'I Uri . . . a 1 . . . 1" 'I Ili '1 1 11141. X111 L. XV. S111it11, Miss Mellie Luck, Mr. A. .1. Parso11s, Xlrs. Grave Hart. 1-'1 '11'I'1 Rmv: Mr. 1i.1'. S 11 .1 . 11. Ii. '1'v11Har1'e1. X1r1 1va1 Ho , Mrs. F111' '1 1' 11,'. .1r:. T '1 :'Xo "I '- for Mr. I . . " ' -I'fcI'. 1 l I :- ' ' lo T - . la W 1 A 3 'I m-'KZ' 47 ' 1: .ig I it i K N x Ilu N lrnllx 1 N 1111 . Nlllll IN ew X1 N N11 Nw N1 111.1 1111 1114 . 1 II 1 11111111 L11 S X11 1411111 hmlw 1111 1 1 - N11 Hrs. livlly pusm' ivupi-i's li s ai Ik-xx' iiiiiiiitvs lui' ilu- lilstniiizlii lllItlllhL1l'lllllIt'l' . . . Bliss . . , . Nlr, Alum-y. :always 1-uttiiig wwml. , , . Mr, 'l'rwyef1' liiir'1 guna uiirl Xlr, Nalsli lmiisy gzrzuliiix rs-imi't 1-arlls. Bliss S4-li ' zmviirinii ,..., Nliss Air-All-0 smiling prmifl ns slic ' slim' li-fl Ihr sl-rvii-v wit iv Spurs. 1,1 i Wu lt ml i xxzilwiilzx xwurs ll lli- ul mn in zi pill- 1 ml sm ic or S x ll, 1 l 4 ,fm ku-4 I 3.111 'li 4'liw'l'ill: lf " ll nl' pliysiis luiivws . . . . -uiiis tu lizxvv wiiiull Slit l"z gs vliill the sw-niors rim- lim-1' Ilm iluy lm-lkvim A' i x 553, , W. ' ,M -1 HONOR SOCIETY H Y 4 HDS ESWAN A 1 J 1 Sq rt - f 1 . . - f 4 , . , -- 1 - , A 1 , 1 ' 1 , 3 , qt ' rl 1 ,rf x .1 r ' 'H A 7 , f N ' ' ' A we " 4 ' ' , 4 , . 4 - , -f 1 .,' .H 2 . .Q - an 1 1,1 . Y, A l . 1 9 J'L, ifzf -1 . ff C i , 1, V . V 2 W , ea, ' M A 1 1 it 1 . 2421, Qgw i 1 1 1 9 M at 'E 1 - 1 - f, 3 . 1 .18Wiw-' . 1 na to A I N su l tm Honor Soolety Honor Stuclents the luest crop of the SflSUI1l lie el1f1l'Jle 1 btuclent must be outstanclln 11 l rcler l11p cl1ol1rsl'11p serwlee and cl11r1eter livery sprmv the semor lu lr classes wmmlule ID the Junlor hwh aucl1tor1um to Hwmt the xerdut 'Vlaybe you ll be the luclxy one X ou new r know lllilll your name 1s cfrllecl Ca ol W1lQon lS premdent rncl ucly Blevlt ls xerrftwry 1 we memluer of thf q11et'v 1 one t Xl et 1 n rs 1 ent 111 1tt'1 14 v . .lu litlr lllt-vk, listln-1' .ltIY'Ll1'ltSl'll. lllblH'l'l llt-iw, Ilulln llilts. llzu Ile-l:i11::, l':11'ul Wil: 11, Sl1i1'l1-1' tn:-. . l'1?lCl1 year the faculty chooses 21 numluer of ldonor Students to belong to this Society. To lg' ,z o 3 gl c-1 .+',s' zz' . 44 ki .5 . .S In SEMA . . . .5 . . I Tr l at - , 4 1" V' A of lit' l 'fnlw S lo 11 1 stucl rz 4 t 111. Fllcsl' ltuw: Bliss l':IlQlI'0Ill, lietty S4'lll1lll2il'lll'Y', Cllffblyll flll2iIllll9SS, Muriel Green. Carol XYllSUll, lloll Wilson, Gena- Hay, Judy Wolrult, Paula llt'ZlllC, l'lX'0lYll l.t-ser, Nlzlrizlnlle Kll'l-illSll, Gloria ltollert. Sl-IMIXII limi: Holm lleise, Gene lllevlc, llay liliillllflbilil, Claire lifN'lblit', Nttrlllilll 'l'z1lllu-r. Hull lfllllllllllll, 5l2ll'Sll2lll KFHIIIZ, llolm f'2lI'lHIlll, N1ll'lll2lll .loin-S, 'l'lllllll lion: Hs-tty Moore, Alive St'llWt'l'lllt'I', Fi-rilili li2lllllSlZl, Florvilml Slnivlill. Ve-ral Svllwl-izer, l.llist- Ziegler, llulllri-s llut-ll, l-Isllli-r .Iurgi-list-ll, Sllmlllllm- Zoe-k. lit-tty l.t-Fi-llrl-. lfllllllltt ltotll. Fm l:'lll ltmvi llrlwzlrxl Slll1'f'l', l'llll.ft'lll' lselllllaltle-l'. xlllllblll' Alle-l, liilwlirll limlilln-. Alex lbie-l'ki's, liilfllltlllll Ki-elle. linger S1'llllllZ, .lllllll Sl2llll'lt'lll. Student Council With the Student Council at the head there is sure to be co-operation between the faculty and the students. To this governing body go all problems and disturbances, and it is the source of new ideas. Une of the main problems this year was the writing of a Ciuide Book that will be suitable for the students entering the high school. There are six committees in the Student Council. The Legislative Committee drafts new ideas and presents them to the Council for discussion. The Executive Committee has charge of assembly periods. The judicial Committee acts as a court. The Service Committee per- forms small services for the school when called upon. The Social Committee takes care of the social events. Miss Engstrom has charge of this group. The first semester officers were Charles Lublce, president: Ruth Rilcs, vice-president: and Carol Wilson, secretary. Bob Wilson was presi- dent the second semester, Gene Hay was vice-president, and Doris Pagels was secretary. 15 mlm lxl First Semester Monitors e 1 r1l111 1 rot lN IS 111111 1 l'1r 1 lllllll N slx 3 16 r111e A ll x S1.111x11 hm rolml ClllllB1J1ltT' X11r111a11 l 111lnr A lltlll I rc1l1r11l cus 1 1 Q11 1 1ust1 L lsx 111 ,filer l 1111 ' s 1 1r1 1111 lose ll li Of course you may chew Hum ohnny l don t care and 1f you want to read your Comet thatsO K too lf monltors let everyone do as he pleased thmk of the commotlon there would be ln the study hall and llbrary Many of the students would haxe to luv thexr books home praetlcally every day ln order to vet some studymff done The momtors have to be touvh and we should appreclate them at least secretly MISS Fnvstrom has charge of thls Group Second Semester Office Messengers 111 111 'ix lmrnlllx Jllll xrurxfls 1 XJIQXIT Q 1 s 1 F111s'1' ltmv: liv l,'ll .lo 1 , lm lj lCll','. U1-tty Miller. Nfbflllil Platt, .I . 'li 1 l'S. .lolz 1 fa: , lc-tt' K' 1 , . ll flllf. l ': Hu ' +,.' ' "2 u. ll 1 2 7 1 1 "Q, I. F'lll', C "l'z1 Kal Q 2, llA.'1 'fl , 11 j lllillips, Pkllllil UUZIINA. liulv llvisv, lluvz l S1 . :Ill llwk. ' . D . 3 h . 3 .. A . , - T, k . D . , I A. V., F11:s'1 l' wt llf- - ll.,', j " . lla-111' Zit-slie. lla la 1 l.'1'll. ' s1,.11x11llm: llivk X'rl'-. llz ily11 ' L , l Nlill -l'. llvlty l'l illipn, lJvl11'1-s Y -. lvlq, Xlzu'j11rie '1 lm, 5' 7 Q W 1 in . U I' , init? J I mi I W Y. . , .. , fy 4 'frrsons Don Ilrruhrmlr I sph I I lm 1 us Forum Club C xllmlf all those with the Urft of Uab H xve you ever wanted to Une vour opmron on 1 subject concernlnv the war or pol1trcs3 Well here Q your chance The forum C lub drscusses current event questrons Anybody can Jom thus club md enjoy the prrvll Lge of talkrnv Thls IS one trme you can Het up xnd hlovx your top off and stlll have people listen to you Daddy Parsons helps to keep the memhers rn order when therr discus srons hey ome loo he xted The OHICCTS for the flret semester were oe Turner presrdent md Charles lulnlce secretary Durmff the Second Semester Charles Gasleyer served 'rs president Fd Dorn brock rs vrce preendent and Gene HW as secretary 18 l Fllrsl' H vw: Nlr. I. .' 1 . osl lee Q, lidwurll Tll- Imm-lq. ling:-I' l:l'lllliIll2lll. Jul u lm-rl'1.', G4-ue Huy. SI-,IUNII llow: lid Kiley, f'lI2lf'll'Sfl1lSlt'y0l', Ran' lkxlkius. 2 ,, . ' , , h . Z QA, 1 5. 7 5 . . I . . 5 I 2 ' ' ' ek ' ' ,,. 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RNI 4 x Rohr rt INIFYIIII In XldfltllI19 So oft I ms X14 holson Amt 1 Ile utsr he r lrorothx Swanson Betty estph rl I ttx x Non 1 lem Suu tr 4 4 'om else fl er 114 ersou nrman :rn Q fr I 11r4 xe 1 X nm Pom lke 1 Illr 4 I t ver ' I1 Itob r Sx I rx Ullll Q o on IJ4 ml D 4 Hall Patrol Don t run In the halls because you re sure to bump Into a member of the Hall Patrol Woe be to you rf you re cauffht domv somethmv that I9 agamst the hall rules You ll be sm :nv Oh How l Hate To Get Lp ln the Mormnff but you ll have to be present at that Sunrlse Service The Hall Patrol was orvan17ed for the purpose of keepmff order rn the cor rldors rn the mornlnv and at noon The chief In semor hwh ClLll'lDU' the first semester was ohn Wasp: The frrst floor cap taln was oseph Beck second floor Gene Hay and thlrd floor Bob Helse The second se mester Bob Herse was chref Roger Brlnkman was flrst floor captam Tom R1n1o second floor captam and Amta Deutscher and Lots Nicholson were thrrd floor captarns Mr lrvanff sponsors this organlzatlon Safety Patrol Hey you walk 1n the Crosswalk or else Here s the command of the Safety Patrol The Safety Patrol was orffamzed a short time affo by Mr lrvanv for the purpose of en forcrnv safety reffulatlons durmv the school year It IS entlrely voluntary Wlth the Safety Patrol on the watch dont try to jay walk The flrst semester chlef was Bob Patterson sec ond semester chief was Shlrley Dressel Hats off to you Qafety Patrol Y our job IS far from bemff peaches and cream' Members Dlck Wolfe Robert Patterson Dick lxeene Monroe qorve Robert gchnebel ghlr ley Dressel Donald Seffnltz 19 Fl It nv: X " , ', 1 ,. ' 1' ,Sl , .' ,, 'z 2 1, A' S " .' , j W .' 2 , te Q Miller. Gene llaj. .' 2 . z .' jla . Sl-3 own lt uw: I. I ll , lt g A lt .' , H - - lill 'lg-. Itill f'wrlol1, llir-la 1 V IIS. Yah' - - ral H, Inn liierlwstztrlt, Hr-rlwrt llilnlivk. NUFIIIHII 'I'z1l1lrer, lirl ll0I'lllH'0f'li, .Iolm XY1iSlll,.lIlllIl ' ks, .Ir. Tllllclr It m: R4 avr Hrinlwnznn, Louis .l21K'UlJll4'1'l, ltol - I Ie t'4vl4l, .lim llule, Herbert Qmwgill, e I S vam- son, Itogor .XliLTll0I'y. ltic-lmral Itehlnein, .Inst-pll H04-k, .l4'I'I'j' Storey, 'l'+-tl 'l'ln41rne, ltuhert Suller. F4 l'lt'lkII Itmv: Hen A' Pzxgels, lliiylllllllll Keene, l'lal'ex14'e Nl I. 'foul Ringo, ltulliuln Nl ITeII, IJ urn- lar 'i, K4-slr-I' l'nllm'k, Huh Na-e'tllI'r', liulr l v'kQ'I'. I ' l 3 I D l 5 I- ' . ' - D I 3' 11 ' . 5 i . 1 4 tx . K .P 5 ' . ' ' . ' 'h ' 5 ' i. N, , K .I , " ' 1 I - 's ' . ' . ' . - . ' . ' Y . - . 5 5 . .N D 5 I D . ' . D: I l 9 r ' o o U ' 3 5 C5 ' ' . ' . - . K f . . : - , 5 D . I Natalie Beall, Laura Jean Hensell, Tom Ringo, Shirley Rose. John Abraham, Carol Wil- son, Monroe Sorge, Charlotte Krassow, Miss Luck, Charles Lubke, lilaine Kaplan, Beat- rir-e Clark, lloris Taylor, Jiin Last, Harriett Lewis, Judy Wolcott, Joe Turner, Norma Platt, Toni Korrigan. S'l'.xxmw: Alumni: Mrs. John 0'Neill, Mrs. Harold Messner. Thespians Thespians is a national honorary organization for high school dramatists. Because the requirements are rigid, the membership of the club is rather small. Miss Mellie Luck served as sponsor of the troupe. This year the Thespians held their first public initiation on the stage of the junior high auditorium. Several members of the Thespians presented "The Villain Still pursued Her" for the Band Follies on March 3 l. The officers of the Thespians are Tom Kerrigan, president: Tom Ringo, vice-presidentg Shirley Rose, secretary, and Norma Platt, treasurer. 20 Q err 111 1 1 1. ll I U FLUIW X NN 11 11N ' 1 1 1 11 11 4 1 Hub llllll Blaeklrlars The Blaeltfrlars are composed of a frroup of btudents who are mterestecl ID clramatlcs To become a member one must succeesfully preeent a reaclmff be fore the ffroup Thu. year the Blaclxfrxarb prceentecl 1 l'lllZ1I'lOLl9 comedy talled lnobauo Xlley a story of two lazy mountam fam1l1es ana a Qerxous play ent1tled lXl1r acle at Blalse These two plays yy ere a great Qucceas and much of the crecl1t may be vu en to Nllsb Luck who coached thu Group Tom Funderburlx was premdent of the orgamzatum Nlunel breen may XICC presldent and 'Norma Gartman was befretary 91 IJIIINI' How: Luis! Ziefl- , t'ori1111v Lutz, Blu" -1 f'I't'Q'll, Ile-tty ll'tt, Helly llkllll, NUI'Ill2l flz11't111:111. NIz11'iu11 Noble-, liilve-11 l'lltllfHXl'Ill. Natalie l'v'1ll. Norma Platt. Sli 11x11 I' m: .I11z111 llllLfllt'S. l.illlI'il .Im-1111 Hv11svIi, Ala ' A' lrictwr, Vir1:i11iz1 lieu. ,lips I.11c'k, Ruth ltiz111. 1Ju1'oll1y Spiro. Xl11I'j'.l1illO lllllllllll. Shirley 'l'redt11m, 'lxllllill It xv: .li1111 Q Nic-lmlas. Carl I11r'ell, Tr 111 Fll1l1l'I'l1llI'li. Kesler I' ll 1-K. 'IW111 lthgo, fl1lI'I'j' Vader, Aflillll l'ievl111ik, 1' ert I ' imc. . 'N - , . - v I' - 1' E ' ' 5 - Q' -I -'V . . 1 Larl Purcell Allen lldl1ll1lLl -Kim bt,f.,llllL Art Exlmbll ker Hall This year finger painting oil painting clay moclelmf' stencils and lmoleum block cuttinv were demonstrated Finger paintmv one of the hwhllvhts of the high school demonstratlon was done by Allen Hammer Ann Segmtz Carl Parcell Betty Wilkins Albert Tully and Bettie Crane Paul George exhibited some of his oll paintings and also demonstrated his work ane Bartels and Mary ane Dunlop built vase forms showlnv two methods of modelln clay the flat coil method and the round coil method Stenciled window draperies were exhibited by Katherine Downs Shirley Smith, and Fran ces Beattie Linoleum block cuttmf and the makmo of plaster casts from that block were shown Betty WllklH Art Classes ln the senior hivh school art department students are given a cholce of fundamental art crafts art m dress and mterlor decoration Fundamental art deals with fundamentals desivn color and drawlnv Crafts art in dress and interior decoration are based on these fundamentals Various crafts are offered wood plaster 'und soap carving block prlntlnv and stencxlinv The purpose of the crafts is to develop appreciation understandmv and skill in several crafts rather than Greater skill in only one or two crafts Il ka h l 4 I I I t ' '7 . '-I K 1 - 1' tg . . , , . . A I 5 l ,Vg ' .X M ,. . .0 . Q ' - Q . . -+77 Y ' ,,, ,, f,,-.7 , 1' 'li 5 ' 1' ' ll' U ' . . l Each year students in Mrs. Winema1i's art classes participate in the art exhibit held at Bar- . I. . ov . .D .D l h. , '- J ' J t ' D ' s , - . x . at . D Q w by ' ' s. . .O I . . ' ,, , . . Z .D , ' V. D. ' . ' l S 1 : . V K . 1 D 3' n ' he Z.. . I 3. - . Q. D . 1240 6106-rap w ' P9 Officers of Glee Club l'resident ., Iioger '1'llI'lll1klllj.I1l V110-I1Y'l'S1l1l'll1 . Lloyd Clinton S0111-tary .. . . lIz11'1'i111l Lewis 'l'1'1-z1s11ru1' , .. Carol Wilson l.ib1'z1ria111s ., ., ,,,. Judy H11-1114, Robert Khllllllllll MEMBERS OF GLEE CLUB SOPYBIIOS-x1l1'1j' 11111-11, 1111111511 4'11.1111111s-. 11.11'11111'.1 l"1'1'111'1'. 51'111111:f. 111-'y 51'1111.1111. 11411111 ?41'11w:1111. R11111 N1-1111I. 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X1t:1111 111-1111. 51.11'i1y11 11111111t1. 1.1112 Ba . -livin. +1 11 si, 1.'1 11 lf' 11. 11: '1111l 1111 1-'. 11111111 111-nsz. .X1111 lox. 11.115 -1.1111- U111111111. 111-11-1'1y 121111-1'v. 'I-hsfss lil, kiln' U 11 1' 11 HI H H UMW" , . . - 1 .s f 1- 'll 11, N1 '1 4411 . 15. sl ll 11. R111 D"""1' 14"1'N5 'IW' 5111115 l""1'l""1- RMT' x1"""' l""1""' 11111 1111111s1A111. 11,--111' 11 KII1-111111111H1'I1111.'1111H11111111111111 1111v411l11L' 11.1111 111.111-1111s111, I11v'11.11:1 King. 111-115 1,1 1"e1111. Y111.11: Quinn.. RM.l,H,I 5.I.,,hmi ' ' ' 4 1,1 111111,1.v1l3111,1s11.11.1111.1111.1v11s.1.11111111.1s:1.. - I 1 H1111 51.11111, 111115' 51111113 N1111I1y N11111111. -111111111' 5.11'x11. Karin Pi:1nisl-ll1111- 1'.11111s, Giee Club The Give 1111111 111111-ts daily as ll Tzllll vlziss. There are 2il1IlI'0N1lIl2lIt'1j' eiuhty 51111191115 in the ot':1111izn- tion. and they sin: lllllS14' rsiiiging t'ro1n "Star llus1" to "Lost ill the Night." During the svhool year the Glee Club has a full schedule with inany 111-1'asio11s to sing. 111 Ovtober there is the South Bend Teachers' Convention. where the Glee Club, along with other glee 1-Inbs in Northern 111- dia11a. sings 1111der the l1lI'01'110ll ot' Sir. Olaf Christiansen. About a week before Christinzis the Glee Club presents its annual l'1lI'1SIIIlHS 1'on1-ert. Tl1is prograni is in two parts: the first 1-onsists of rlassival niusie, su1-h as the "A1O':S1H11,n and the ser-ond hart consists ot' the Christmas Carols and a sacred draina. The Spring Festival or spring 1-onvert is Imresenled in Blarvh, This prograni is also 111 two parts but is 11111011 lighter than the one given in 11Q1'9I1l1J9I'. For the past four years the Glee Club has entered the rhontesis 1vhi11h take 111211-e in April and has wo11 tirst-division honors each year. 111 May the Glee Club gives il l'0llYOCi'lli0ll for the school and also 1111r1i1'ipa1es i11 t11e May Festival. 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N ,,X,,.,,, kluffx Haul '1 lun, xx--my EEK. ll"Vfz,wx" Vw"-' i , 'rw .rr-. ,nt xx-rf, f1x,.1. lt.x, Ilxwx Nllxxflt ,Iran lIuul,.t Xlxmr i.:m1r I',vrl,r llx 1.1 it 'x 4 . lx 11 tl 1 Comet Staff lqhc paper you read and enjoy every week ls put out by x 1 roup ol nr ws -rralmhers Ihcy fret all the latest frosslp pry rnto personal HHHIYS, locate the love hrrds and catch the teachers at blunders Workrnv on the Comet lnvolves gettmfr news and advertisements ancl sellmv subscrrptlons The Comet staff has to put a lot of work unto the school paper but their efforts are really ap precrated and enyoyed by the student body It IS a paper all of us look forward to readrnff ournallsm IS a one semester course tauvht by MISS Shepherd .4 17 A-1 Second Semester I xx 1 N 1 In n 1 R rn LI Ruxx x 1 x U 5 AHIL ur Q 1 I Xlx 1 I x U '1 I I l 1 l 1 l v l vlwvw H 1 , rt. no--rx lvmxt H- xx 3 ' lxvlw 5:1+x!ulx:x 1 lvmlr. 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Dr 'z u lklzrzfr x 17'-'lx llrz.r5 Hrfzrrxvll llr .xzrrxl Sym r .Wray -law lm lfxi' Karen 5rfil nz IFSI Row X lxllu econd Row X x nd Row ll I th Row auf N x H A 1 Glrl Reserves The Curl Reeerx es were orframzed thls year by Nlxss Stuart They are the hlffh school branch of the X VV C A Thelr purpose as to tram Olrlb to lne yuth each other and to be of mery 1ce to the world They are a boclal Group and at each meetmv some form of entertam 'nent IS held The Club chose Betty Le Febre for nts flret preeloent 'Norma bartman for NICE preaxclent and Laura eau Heneell for secretary The pxanlsts are Ruth Stark and Dons Pavels -Xll eemor h wh furle are ellglble F' : .'-rlluqn llllvmm l.:nux.n -14.11 Ilrnx-ll. li-Hy' l.ml":l-11. lfllvfrz Y S : . rl'1.t liflzf. .X-lull X-gnu. lfmvuzn 1,1111 XX--lu, ll-lone Sclzv Th' 1 -my l'.lu-lx. lilvvy l':llvl.Nlv1vl:y 5,y..I.l1u, Raul- Nl R. xl 'yu ll IU x t Fourth Row: -luw Xltyux. l"'+rx: Xl-yup I.w1l l.1N.4lx. Xlllx--' Ib'-rxv-. 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Pat B01ll16lll l Lune lx 11111111 Betty Plnllips Dahlites The Dahlite Club which was organized in l936 is named after its founder Miss Dahlberg librarian The Dahlltes are the students chosen by her to asslst her in the library The students hand in their names at the beginning of the semester and Miss Dahl penclability willingness to work responsibility punctuality and appearance They have to live up to passing grades and they must not receive too many de tention slips during the year Their duties are to charge out, card and shelve all the books besides filing typing checking attendance and acting as monitors The Club meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month with the second meeting as a social meeting Each SIX weeks the members buy a new book and place their names on the fly leaf 28 3 1 ' berg in turn checks their names with all of their teachers for grades, honesty, de- . . D v . - . .h 2 E -dv lvflkcun.. I. A-wiv" 9 xi Pat Ilonhelrl xlllI'l8l Creen Qlurlew S'1I!l0W Ilarlnra Ianuehoskl Nllss Ihhl her Sis llenrx Nth Hitt Xl'1I'JOI'l0 Pxelehcr md lZ1IllS qellers S umm ll2illl0 lX'lIl ui Icttx l'llllllIJS Imlx Wolcott luku Qt Pere Dorcas Stephen 1 I Ix Mr C 1 on S 1 at um Xlirgorx Ile Jer They help arranve special exhibits such 'rs those for Music Week Nevro History Week Christmas Pan American Week and Easter Every year the 1 urls entertain their mothers and members of the faculty at their Book Week Tea lqach group of Dahlltes works out an exhibit 'ind from these exhibits the wln nmv project IS chosen The fflrls who worked on the wmnmg project last No vember 'xre Pat Bonfield Elaine Kaplan and Betty Phillips The name of their project was The Shlninv L1 ht a Great silver ship Carol Wilson anis Sellers Sue 7eek and pat Krueffer tied second with Shirley Santow udy Wolcott and 'lClxlC St Pere Others who worked on pro jects were Barbara anuchoski and Betty l-ntt 0 Holden M1 Keleher incl Mary S 16 Dunlap Mindy Green M lr e Lieber ind Dorcas Stephenson Durmv the Christmas season a Christma tree clecomted by the Dxhlite acldecl a holiday atmosphere to the school library. The officers were anis Sellers, presiclentg Pat Bonfield vice-president: and udy Wolcott, secretary. Pat Krueger replaced anis Sellers, and Mindy Green replaced udy Wolcott. 229 045 inn-:il WK lit P H1 Y Snaps A melodlous C3 3 Group of H1 Y boys at the H1 Y retreat lVlr lVlaxey the Orancl eponbor Seems to be a lnttle lapse of attent1on on the boys parts A round table conference of the OEICCYS of the H1 Y Then Sober faces IHCIICHIC how SCYIOUS ffl the H1 Y boys are The d1str1ct preilclent Cuvee out w1tl'1 a smlle Don t you thmk the H1 Y boys pose n1cely'J 0 Fins: Rms Ray Klemzoski Henry Vernard Robert Helse Iames Xlaule S :mn lt xx XX mlbert 1 reen 'Stew Glldden Charles Berg kenneth Seellng Pete bluelds Karl Ianaslak Tletver Ruhard Sava Roger Turnpaugll I o Xlr Xlaxev lloyd Clxnton lom lxerrlgan Iolmn XX'1sp1 XX lrren XX elss XX alter Q lse lllll talclxull I-l1Y The H1 Y Club was created for the purpose of upholdmg hwh standards of Chrlstvm character It IS different from most clubs because lt trles to help the community and provide enjoy ment for students and outsiders It I9 a serious minded Group at times but '1 fun lovmv one a great deal more The H1 Y engages ln many dnfferent actrvltles This year It sponsored many school dances contrlbuted to the Red Cross entertamed the sailors at the local Naval Armory md dld many other thnvs On Aprll I4 the members held their Best Curl party Mr Maxey was sponsor of the orfvanlzatnon The officer are Roger Turnpauvh presldent Lloyd Clmton vlce presldent Kenny See lmof secretary Dlck Saya treasurer Ray Klemzoskl chaplam Alex Dlerkes serveant at arms 31 'aj -. , ,4 .V A x A A tl O ' 1 ,X X ,M in ,, , 'M 1 1 ,g 2 1 lun 4 Sr: ' o ': " , l X , . ' ' , I , ', X ti V , ' ' w I ', v' . 'l' . Tlllllll Row: James Reinman, Robert XVilson, Tom Johnson, llerbert ' . . , , . ' ' tw ,H , . Fo 'mu ll w: . . . , ' " , " ' ' , . '. .' ', 'z ' ' T: ,' , ' " '1 . . " - C , - O I gn 1 - 1 ' ll . , ' . . " 5 ' . , x - n , .- Y . V . . . . . ' . ' . V . . ' 2 ' I 3 Q K 4 Y . . 3 . S Z, , ' : . - ' 5 - D. c ' . Q . ' : , . - - Elstoman Stall Do my eyeb Clecelve me or ure thcQe rewllv the lyxby plctures of the memhers of the Els tonlan stf1ff3 It must he for how coulcl other hihxcs look so 1UlPlll ent3 Flrst we hfue Harvey ordan rent he Queet3 De oree Lowe who s xlter xou now De3 Ruth Pollnow bum we u tml Rover Tnrnpauvh shy lxttle hc 5 Monroe Sorve llttle Dutch boy Carol Vlfxlson ft pxcture of IDIIOCCDCS and sx ut ness Lllllan Klesltowaltl that lee Crewm Cone looks ood l-low about 1 lJ1te3 lloyd Cllnton lprxna Qmlle ein Xverth floesn t seem to mlncl lttlni on th at xrln If e um o n WISDI q net for 1 chuf e Shxrley Rose lxttle M155 l eelt thoo Dons Pa els where are you hexrlf-fl ljons osephme llsalt b xt lll he iutx rmx e of her dont you thmkl em Lmfe c we up mn no p c to Ambrosm Reppext dy md xxlhn to he lm wal ms ohn on Jclxm l our on '1 umme dw E . ', . .... - .'..2f .... D ,i " ,D i .... A ir ' .i V xi ' . ' - ' .l .... JJ -- ' ' s'Ag sg: - Ig," .... -lh 2 '- 1' 'r :sg .... ' '-' J 'z g - " ,z .t. X A zh'g z D' . . . . Delores Schniclc-why Delores, zxfrzxicl of ax little cznneral . . . . P2-lt Krtlegc-rf-perfect ' sg ', 1 A Z .... ,z 1 ,E -all l1'f-.xyd 1 cl la e go .... f ' ff '-rea 1 'V' ' g , wx .... LYJ as -gi"'rQ l '-ra . S 2, Ravi ' 2 1 V A 1 , in 4 . i Q, .... . .la Sk 'IW , . . 9 s , SV I l :XX X X, Baan 1- Elstoman Staff Here s the llttle bunch that S busy all the year Gettlnv thmgs toffether to brmv you loads of cheer From rl group of students who offer to work on the Elslonlan, a numher of them are chosen by glass offleers and Sponsors MISS Shepherd supervlses he work and asswns .1 dlfferent section of the yearbook to each of the members 11' lx ' 1 rxex Iurtln 1ert1N111L XI N N mum N ' K Nl A tlllu s 1 1 1111r I ru 11 ll 1' U1 lrlu .1 N I vlttllltbrt C' ' . . . . , I1 .' " ' ,' ntl ., .,.. . ,,,. ,,,,, ,, 11 In Ill 1' Artivitits lirlitors , , , . ,.,..,,.., ,, .i i'1n iies'41ws'i, se1l1i111- Q mports Editors , . , ,. . NIt111roe morge, Delores Svl111ivk ' ' -2111 , .,.,. ..,. . . , . , . .. 111 1rosi'1 1.1-pperr 41,r41pl1e s , ,, , ,. , ,, , . -' " , 1.1 ' " ' ' 4 3. s 1411 s 1 1 1 llltlrllx ' 1 1 1 1101 11 ra. 1 1 111115 k K 1 1111 11 11' 1 1r 1 111 rr11 511111 1r1 X 14 lXXt1'1l1l UTKN S N 1 N, I 11 r11111 11 1111111111 X1 s. 1 s 111 X 1 111 ll 1 fl '1 il N 5 1 1r1 s 111 Nl ll 18 s 1 1ss 1 11, 111 N1 M url Pep Club Who 1 lt that msures the team of .1 Hood bac1c1nff3 Of course the Pep Club T111 Club 1s the only one of 1ts type ln our school 511111011011 the members are furle boys may 10 n too Tbzs ycflr the presldent of the Club wwe 1 o111Qe Knlold ncquelme Mahler was the secre t.1ry Our sponsor was lV1r Horn The C lub 1'llYfllS11?b the pep for 1111 sports events Pep sessmns a1 1ts department too 'Xny odd jobs su1.11 as belpmff trlm the 11ud1tor1um for braeketball seetmnale are 111511 v 11f1nc11ed by the members Smce mfmv members of our Club were workmff the meetmvs were cbanved from wfter school to sponsor per1od 1 very other Tuesday we met and planned for the future frames When you see fx ffroup of students wefxrrnff vwblte trench caps and rootlnlf for our team wltb plenty of feet 11 w11l be the one and only Pep Club .14 F111 '1' 1 1 ': .1z111i.' 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IN Y . 1 -I 'N . 5 ' o THE SPORTS PHRHDE FALL X Bd'l' P Football Mnchnvan Cnty opened nts 1943 football season by unnnn wnld over Rensselaer to the tune of 46 to 0 The Bombers newer threatened the Devnls foal lnne Most of the Devnls yardaffe was fanned by end runs The hn hln ht of the nme was Stennhenser s fnxe touch downs ln the fnrst out of town fame Vlnchn an Clty demonstrated nts scornnf power aofnnn by dealnnf Valparnnso a 30 to fl trnmmnn The lVlnchnf an Cnty lnne proved nts worth by keepnn nts cfoal lnne un rossecl ln meetlno nts fnrst conference opponents lVlnchnf nn Cnty dna an about face losnn to Cnc h n I9 to 0 The Red Devnls were unable to stop the hard drnvnnf of Stormy Phofl Caos hen s all conference fullback who Uarnered all of the Redsknns I9 ponnts The turnnnof ponnt nn the I ame came when Morse Cnty s fullbnrlt wns nnjurecl nn the second quarter Playnnc on nts own 1 rndnron 'nfann lVlnchn an Cnty re anned nts wnnnnno ways by trouncnnf South Bend Cntholnc 39 to 6 Sorfre nncl Dreher Nlnchnf un Qnty fullbncks accounted for fnve of the Devlls touchdowns lVlnchn0an Lntv fnghtnnv valnantly but vcun y uccumbed to a 9 to 7 defeat at the hands cf the Central Bears Playnnv nn ankle deep mud and a downpoun of rann the Devnls outclasse l the stronver Bears but an envhty yard knck off return and 1 safety spelled defeat for the lmps Travelnnv to Elkhart lVlnchnean Cnty won ts fnrst conference frame by trnmmnnfr Elkhart s Blue Blazers 74 to 6 The all round playlnf of Bennne Streeter Devnls quarterback was the outstandnne feature of the fame Thns was the fnrst tnme a lVlnchn0an Cnty team had defeated Elkhart nn ten years Taknnff to the road avann the lmps fanled to fnnd themselves and lost to Rnley of South B nd I9 to I7 Ld Fox Devnls stalwart left end nntercepted a pass and outran the whole Rnley team for a fnfty yard touchdown run The lmps other score came on a lone pass by Smertelnv nnto the end zone Mnchnvan Cnty af ann proved a ynctnm of the South Bend Jnnx Leadnnfr at the half the Devrls went down nn defeat by a score of I3 to 6 The frame proved to be a contest between two lnvht and scrappy teams Mnchnvan Cnty brouffht a successful season to 'n brnllnant end by defeatnnf l aporte 8 to 7 Thns proved to be the flYSt vnctory for the Devnls over Lalgorte snnce l936 lVlnchnf an Cnty s ponnts were made by Stennhenser s touchdown and Neulneb s safety SPORTS SHORTS The supposedly rreen Red Dexnl squad under the dnrectnon of Del lVlnller completed n touoh schedule wnth the fnne record of fnve wnns and four defeats The runnnnv and passnnff attack was led by the four S men Streeter quarterback and wnnner of the tackle award Stennhenser left half Smertelny rnf ht half and Sorfre fullback They were asslsted by Alex Schultz and Kay Dreher The lnne consnsted of such brunsers as Fd ldox ohn Neulneb Bnll Snrka ends Gene Go breskn Harvey ordan Dnck Van X lack tackles Don Tr nmpskn Id Csonsorek Rudy Tnmm Cas Strelnnskn 1 uards Gene Keen 'nnd Gene Bleek centers The lmps team was known throu hout Northern lndnanr as a razzle dazzle te nm and you could expect nbout any type of play to be called n they broke from the huddle Wnth seven lettermen returnnnf the lmps look to be n promnsnnf squad for next ye nr lf: . . . 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' X th ge ' 'g b e Xllller hx luxt Lf 111 p eted 1 sucgew Ll Nef1S0l1 cl xxrslly footln IS year mlrlx lll tlllrcl Lon NGCLIUX6 eeelson as head football coach ol Nllchlvarl Qlts l-le al o leacls t e trxclx bQLl3Cl COclCllCb the Pm lmps and IS pllyalcal CClLlLdtlUll lnstrllctor O1 e N mor lll ll me yum' lleml 11141112124-r Huy llvlsin: DIISX ill W! T lm i s year's most-valuable-player award went to Gene Gobreslii, the Red Devils' capable left tackle. The "most- tacklesu award was won by lxicrnie Streeter, the quarterback of the local eleven. Gene received a gold football. and Bernie got a key-chain medal. Am-lion in lln- ln-vil-Cutlmlif' :zum-. j A .fXSSlSI2lIlI Illklllkigvl' llavv Lau live l't'lllll'lS in gzuml conrlitiun. A l Sc.:-euLT2 so?-GF. JGRDAN STEIN nausea SNERTELNY , ,L X, NEULIEB GOBRESKI FOX GONSOREK - i TRANPSK! 136 p-4 ' ..-.-1-....N,.,,., .M "',25" x 1, gf" f ,Y ,, A V., if f fi N, Y' 's STPXEETER g rsuzcx vm vumvx UMM K E EN E STRELINSKX gg , PN f x Lew Walllne X alp xralso N Judson Benton Harbor Laporte Washln ton S B Coshen Elkhart Nlappanee Whltln JV' .-Tffcbi ""'v404"7"5 Central Fort Wavrre Laporte Nlnshawalx 1 St lVlary s Rlley Fdxson Sprm flelcl Rollin Pralrle Laporte Harold We ner startm hrs thllfd year of coachm the Dexll fue had the lll fortune to lose three of hls prosper tue first flVC players to Lncle Sam Despxte that loss and the fact that he lost another starter to the Armv after the fifth ame he was able to worls. up a sparltlm combination that won the last slx out of seven home 'xmes 4 0 C. 35 ' 1 ' 37 lVl. C. 31 ' C. Z7 f" a 32 Nl. C. Z9 '- C. 32 . ' 42 lVl. C. 33 ' C. ll ' IU Nl. C. 47 ' ' 'Q C. 32 ' 31 lVl.'C. 29 . ' " C. Z6 ' g , . . 37 lVl. C. 47 ' C. 34 ' 36 lVl. C. 45 - '- C. Z9 john Adams 33 SECTIONALS C- 3' 50 M. C. 40 ' g C. 33 . 37 Mc. 53 -g -r C. 49 ' ' 3 62 M. C. 25 5. "- ' ' 1 ,K b 7 p , .TU V . I . 7' y iq . D U U L Pllftli, 5UI'Lt I L X '51 Ill I I'llll Lt. L x ' l1Huc t 1 tt x Ltr 1 s oltl We nu' Basketball Game-S ln the openln ame of the 43 44 loaslxethxll season the lmpb played very ood ball but lost to Lew Wallace 46 to 44 lt was Lew Wmllxtc who defeated the Dexlls last ye ar 111 the re tonal tournament The mexperlenced lmp fue met defeat ID the next two tmes playln veteran tcamx They were downed by the Valpo Xlkmfs 37 t 77 and also by North udson 47 to 7 Nleetlnff Benton Harbor the Devils lost a am l t I9 ln xbllxty to hxt from the free throw lme proy ed to be the downfall of the loc xl fxxe ln the next Game Mlchlvan Clty play ed ho t to the Laporte Sllcerb Thls prox ed to be one of the best Games of the season wlth the Deuls commv out on top 37 to 3I SfI'Cl1l'lSkl s ree throw ID the closlnfr three seconds txed the Game and Qchaeffer s free throw ln the oxertnme uae the wmmn factor 41 1'vIIlNl' l'mx': Mr - C H, Hill Sirkzl. t'l1z rl 'S Cook, Alu' .' -l lt'., lie " Strt 'I tr, lill Foy, NOI'Ill2ll1 I vvkat, llutc' ay ll1l'. Sl, ow l' at 1 Alllllllf' Ray ll -Ising. Hill Vnltlwt-ll, llufl St'll3lt'l'l'l'l'. .lt'I'Ulllt' .lurkn. .lolm Sit-illlwist-r', John S11wI't1-lily. Cats Strvlinslxi, ltogw-rs St-lmoliulrl, than-ln Ilan'- . E h ' ' gl, ' -' A. - 2 K, . K, . . . , , KY, ' , . . -'A . v A ,Af v S. ,- L! v V m- --. " ' ' ""g.-o-. . " J .- 3-. .' A C, . l g: A , 2 o . 2 ' ' ' ' ' . . ' . , E l v - Y 1 ' ' ' . C ' . ' . D C' K ' D . ' , . - . f , D 3 ' M . , Y v. . , .' ' U C, . Af' M . r '. gy . Y My s , X , , - Ag, 1 9 x , H AX K W2 i 5 1 WX , g l 'zv S fox an E 4 K 5 MERTELNYKF1 1 1 X K L uxuu'znem .I , Ai Vs. gg j , , 5 ' I v, ,L Lg., ,Z w W. 1 " M 4 K, 'Q' 1 .." -" , QM, ' X . ,I V 'x 'x X A 4 , I 1 A 1 ' U-XAEFFER cm Mice!-rm Am an 31 ONBKONSKX 153 f 4 f IJ !lZ M f Lg, My ' ' f Wk X if fs J N'-jf , COOK I0 A ii v 1 Ag K STRELXNSKI QF! 95, - it l wuuuusea mn Q . 5 1 M. WM 4 wi I 'iw J, f MA I tu 'Eff' -'F' ' nr . Lx, fs? 3 M' . 54 SHRKA an ELSXNC1 MC-,K Mig :HB Veuam mm 'ICIIIIC Strcetcr s a round pl1y w 18 tu 1 ull rt of t e 1 une He hit fue times from t e fr ld 1nd three from the free throw stripe lncndentally tlus was Bernie s last 1ame because he reteiynd his orders to report to the Xrmy Air Foree l layin VV 1shm1 ton of bouth Bc nd the Dexile lnrolse thur w1nnin1f Stlealt lOSlDf tt he antht rs hy 1 snore of 51 to 76 As 'llCbtS of Goshen the Devils lost a hard fOllf ht hxtt e if to 34 liud Sehaeffer s 9 field o1ls 1nd 4 flee throws set the pace in the scor1n1 eolumn ll ltlflllllf home the mps lost their third eonfercnne 1 amz to 1 scrappy ohn Adams fue 3 t I The lmps IHdlIlfdlI16Cl 1 lead throu1hout the ante until Adams rallied in the la t two minutes Ihr lmps suffered one ol their worst ttlu 1clss of the sg 1son when l llshart heat them fill il lhe 1 1me LOllSlblC cl of sex er 1l fl..,hlS between the pl xyers and a near riot in the st xnde lhe li d Devil ea1fers suffered 1 twin defeat over the week end losm1 to a conference loc lX1pp mee 31 to 35 and to Whltlllf 1 non eonferenu opponent 67 to 49 W lllll w 15 ont of the stron1 er teams thxt appeared here this season 1lNt.llll to oout encl thf mps met 1 red dot Qentr1 team and dldlll felt t Q hitter tlllf of defeat to the tune of D7 to 3I l ree throws proved to be the dCLlCllIl' f1etor of the game 1 ortg NCClxll1U reyenve for its lllllll e eat it t L ran o tie ec evi s trouncec tht lmps 39 to 33 The Slieers hit better than tltl of their shots Nlxchi 1n Lrty won its second eonference oame from the Mtshawalxa Qavemen 47 tc 41 The lmps displ1yed 21 brilliant brand of ha-lxetb 1lI with the storm drylded equally IITIOII' the pl 1ye1s n tr llllllhl uty serie thx lic cl Devils tontinuccl to h wld their supremacy oxtr St IX ary s by NNIIIIIIII' 79 to 6 lqree throws were igdtll the ClSC,lCllIlU factor ln 1 wid: open 1 1me Riley el1ecl out 1 49 to 47 yictory over the loyal cwoers Sch 1cf cr s I8 points 1nd Fox s lll Consecutixe free throws supplied the SCOTIIIU' punch for the Dexlls Tht lmps cnded their season with U1 IITIDTCSQIXC yictory oyer the l dison F11 les 43 to 33 Sehaeffer wan a ain hl h point m1n xhly assisted hy btemhetser and Peckat SECTIONALS Might 1n Lily the defellffllllf thamplon won its open1n1 1f1me from Springfield the coun ty eh 1mps 40 to l ln their second bectional Game the Dolls continued their w1nnm1 ways by clefeatlnv Rollmv Prairie D3 to 71 ln their final 1fame the lmps were defeated by l.1Porte in 1 hard fouvht Game 79 to 23 This vaxe Laporte 7 to l Game adwanta e over the loeal fue LaPorte then went on to win the Rc 1f1onals and bemi Finals -14 ll ' ' .Y 1 1 ie ' ll- 2 '2.' l 1 h'gl 'gl h, ,Q2 . I I' i 1' li ' J , .' g 2 , ' g ' 3 Q X .' . - ?' I ' 3 K . -Q ' g 3 t ln, E " H 1 A' Q. T1 ' Q, ,K K. . 1 J E I ' D . . ' ' 1 gf 2 f 2 3 11 ' g ' . 11 4 ,I .. l S 5 ' ' ' ' '1 g' 1 2 ' J ' ' .T i ' . 3 o lt . f ' ' i 'A 2 1' rg ' 1 ' ' ' rs N r .- J 1 I ' ' Sh 2 1 312 Q ' f ' ' . to . V Q :Ii 1 1 J ' 2 '17 J '1 1 2 ' ' - ' ' J 2 L. I1. V2 2 , - ',' --:.f,2 -' '1 , - . hwg vi Aw , 3 1. A, r 1 2 . 1 U s s v A- I 'l"2'1'g .N hB , 1l .' 2 '1 l i1 al ' ' 'g' h' ' . s ' g ' F - . Tlre lied Devils won their first conference QEHIIC, Z9 to 23, at the expense of lfort XV21yne. .' 1 . ,. .' ' ll 2 . , kr- ' L2lJ 1. .' " D V D A i'2l cl ff 2 h' l' ds f l R l D 'l.'. ' l . f h '. , ' , . 7 1' ' . .- A V 'gi Yi. 7 Q ' s V 51. ls 1 p i ' 1 I F ks I y i ,L , . .1 . . M. 1 sh 2 ' v' xv s - . y. I 1 2 T: l lt'2 'l 'A ' 's : 1 ' A c 'J '1 'W Q. 1' ' f' ' rg, g 2 . ' 1 21" " i ,, . 1 " 1- 1 g2 ' ' ' 1 2 " 1' 2: f' 2 f 1 .' 1 ' 3 ' S ' 2 ' re' 1 " " ' 3 ' ,2 T1 .. " '. A .' .gi .. ' . g t 1 . . . A . J 5: . 5 . g - , . 2 Z' - 1 . 1 - , D , .1 - 1 ,- 1 J vv vs- ' ' is I 3 ' . . - u- I . ' 1 1' v 2 X I 2 - 0 ol 1 -' -' i 5' Y 11 ' :J I l g 1 1' ' . ' " 1,,' Q ' '- ' . , , . KX!-II'Il.INl.f Huy Sl'llllll'li, .Iorome Jarka, Ilzive- Lau. Sixxxniv.: Iiutcli Ilayduk, Dewitt, Fliism, Alilllilgfxl' licl SOIlllt'lllJt'l',Lf. Iii:-k Van Vlaf-k, llill Calflwell. The Pink Imps Michigan City's "B" basketball squad came through this season with a re- markable record of I4 wins against 4 losses. With these boys as an addition to the varsity, next year's squad should he one to be feared by the hest teams of the conference. Arttion in Z1 t11mhlin,f: Oxhihitimi ans. MIC 'fi Ill P O 46 Track Our future broad Jumpers Helsing receives helpful aclvnce Pwul Cf-owe prepiree to mike a dash Bnselwall hoye w'1rm up then' arms Bob Wrench makes 1 three pomt lancl mfr X3 Track and Baseball On your mark! Get setl Hurler Duck Vanvlack about to dellver a patch Paul Ceor e and Bob Rench clxscuss the last race Gene Keene catches a pop-up. 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Gym Classes Phvslc ll ftness boclxlv co orclmatlon and voocl sportsmanshlp are the key worcl of the boys vym classes Lncler the ab e f uldance of am able Del lVl1ller the boys hav 1 varlecl and useful course IH physncal ecluca tnon He has outlmecl a course whlch ln cludes mtra class actxvxtxes that run parallel to lDtCYSCl'10l?iStlC varsity ln the fall the classes have touch football which corres ponds to football ln wmter basketball and volley ball and nn the sprm baseball and track Supplementary to the mtra class ac txvltles we have the General class actrvxtles which consist of tumblmv parallel bar work callsthenlcs boxmo' wrestlxnff and other miscellaneous Games Gym IS requlred of everyone unless he has a medical excuse f fl ITN lo l U0 X lf rll I N lquances bebesta us the sponsor of the burls Athletue Assocuatuon M uny nuf ht she stays untul late wuth the urls She referee the 1 ames helps make the schedule for the mues und keeps an uccurute record of then pounts ,he has spent un uny hr urs ul the G 'X 'X mee tunfs ettunf a o er ot er work o ru th ut she can be wuth us now hat the urls xpprecuutr ueu success that ut us X 1 III The G Party The buf event thus ye'ur was the Hallowe en party Ouven by the G A A 'XII members of the G A A and their fruends were unvuted Each Uurl brouvht somethunv un the way of food and many gurls spent hours clecoratunff the studv hall wuth black and yellow paper pumpkuns black cats and wutches Others pl unnecl and took an actuve part un the prooram T e fflrls were dressed In all kinds of costumes Some were dressed as farmers old fashuoned people Spanush maudens and even comuc strup charact ers Fanruue was dressed luke a ypsy and told the Uurls theur fortunes whuch were enjoyed hy all ,tl N' " ' ' A ' . '2 'g s 9 1 Q . ' ' " g' . . .4 ,W , ,y -, - 3 s 591 ' Q2 ,. 2 ' J 2 2 2 ' A' F '. . 2 u ' 2 . .A . .1 . .r'g.',l 'g'll fh h gg S l li t all g' 2 "2 1 l ' time and efforts to make the G. A. A. the 1 u-Qs Suauuu-isuxu. 1'l:ufsiwul Ilir 'ft ' . 0. r . ' l , ,nf . . A . 1- . . . ' ' . . D , - 3 2 K7 w 3 A ,. 2 ' ' - . h D' Q ' .. . . . H .. . .. . U . . . ' 5 5 V :sl I 4 Xllrx Snnpson XIIIKITCII lXIlllIlgllPK t nm R. XOFIIYI Ixret71n'1n I Iurlntte IJ1I1IIn Il r !'1IlIt1s II'1rr rolhel I lbs lo es It X ss Sebes IiumI1n1p.,I1 1 l9I'llI1 bmxns 1 lr ts Nhlr 4 x Ilueke px 1 u Donna I rocks 1-retfi I mmons Ivor hllll lxn Inn I9 11 ' Inlo as Sllllllllx X x It 1 I 4 The Glrls Athletlc ASSOC1dl10D The G A A xs open to all Ulrls of the hlvh school It promotes sportsmanshlp frlendh ness and school Splflt amonv the Girls The athletic season opened ln September vxxth the election of OHICCYS Delores Schmclx was elected preslclent Betty Bard vlce presldent Lenora Conklin secretary and Harrxet Rumbauvh treasurer For each different sport new captains are elected and teams chosen Fach tlme a Curl par tlclpates rn a Game she IS UIVCD a certain number of points By this pomt system a vxrl IS able to wm the G A A emblem or the G A A sweater award The sweater IS UIVCH to the out standlnfr gurl athlete Last year s sweater award went to Delores Schmck 01 I l 4 Fu " I-W: , 1 j S' Q , , ' " ' 'I'. Tu nw: .' I ' I . . . ' z 1 2 Ame Mae White, Iilve za '.. ll 'z . ivt Im z ,1 In- r Q H1 ill. .Ii,'.' stu. 2 ' . Karl ' 1 I ' .Iurl'II1 ll' Iv, .' ' Ig' V. x v Sw: I It W: 1 ' ' . 'I - otlly Swanson, Vlmarlutte Iirinkmun, lA'IIllI'2l F4lI'Ii'I'Il Rmv: Phyllis Spyclmlski. Betty Walters, l'un' ' , I.eol1u IIUISIIIQIII, ICU- Q . lun, Lulu li'I y, Ama Inst, 1 rx' S- Iiettj Spjvllals 'i, Iiiluine II: th, l':l2llIIP Ruth. . I . . . n - 5 55 1 n ' ' . c ' D ' ' rs . ,, L . . . . kxll-uv Dorothea Lubs Harrlet Rumbaugh S umm Xornm lxfetlllllll lllNlll9 I llers lhtts Smmha ski Followmq through the Sports Season The flrst sport of the season was occer The champlonshlp was won by Downs udlth Dlrks Delores Buell Dorothea Lubs oyce Hermance Char lotte Krassow Harr1etRumbaugh Evelyn ordan Dorothy Swanson and Phyl hs Ellers Followmg soccer came hockey which IS a very lively game The Cham plons were Captaln Charlotte Krassow Harriet Rumbauvh Betty Bard Evelyn orclan Phylhs Ellers oyce Hermance Anna Mae Whlte Dorothea Lubs Betty Spychalskl Sarah joseph and Phyllls Spychalskx When the weather would not permlt any more outdoor play no the Girls turned to deck tennls The champs were Captaxn Harrlet Rumbauvh Evelyn orclan Betty Spychalskl Delores Buell Dorothea Lubs Betty Bard Phylh Ellers and Norma Kretzman lqach year the gurls play volleyball 'ns soon as they fmlsh cleck tenn s The champlonshlp this year was won by Ex lyn orcl'1n s team Those on the team were Betty Spychalskl Harriet Rumbau h Charlotte Krassow Betty Bard Fl vera 7abukas and Anna Mae Wh te Last but not least came the most popular Indoor sport of the vear bas ketball The wmnmg team was Betty Spvchalskn Harrlet Rumbaugh Betty Schlegelmnlch, Anna Mae Whnte Anna Post, and Phylhs Fllers 50 ,- ' 3 I .4 'L h J ."l', J 'L .' . ' '. a , " L' '. 'I' 1 1 j C l.' Betty Spyehalskfs team. Those on the team were Lenora Conklin, Katherine . J ' ' . , . ,l . - . . , . 3 ' , , ' H' I O' - . ' . D , J . ', . . . , 'S 4. K . 4 1 . , . I N . . . . re J K . I I ' Tl' 'M -Q 4 Q '- snow Q XX X Q 9 ' -1-nun- A fl z i' '-:V -4 f. 1 'FA 254 fb f"Xx I Q72 ii-. ' , N -'fm'-N:u X Ura s if 1? 1 2 ' 'LLL ' L. I2 :,g,fQif.fih I . Tl WM' xy ' ' 'Q "4 KM ig' , ' Q - . k Q K ,,-,-.1 ii. I K9 v. al, , ll E 1 and LL... I 4 i Nl' 'Qaxv' if at f"wf-' .lg ,,..m1-gs! ,.,...-4-rg ,,. 'pr -..x. 1' -+ , ' ,AQ , v wk f f I Hi" ,Mi ,,.-. X Z Q asf :WM 2. - T ..,1.,51. 'U J S "Q l w 1? 2:05. 9 P R . 1 4 ?x Last mmute collateral readers keep Carol btephenson a busy lxttle Dahhte L iITlCI'2i 3. llttle extra t1me now and then IS left to squeeze m homework backstave Miss Enffstrom s brwht students of Gov ernment class are deeply mtcrgsted ln speu ll reports you Mr Alhson X oun Rose Un es the semors A reutfxl Remember how Shlrley swoonecl oxer Bun Splcer m And Came the Sprm . . 'Y ' - - - 1 1 ' N 1 Z , iw I 1 'VE No, no, Dong watch the bicycles, not thc "Smile for the camera, please. Thank A ' J ' - ' V U ' , . N ' , , .' . C T ' 1 , D 1 . Y . :a . no o ' H - H I A H . gn? in' Y 'VW Cusli and Hinton making up lost time lublny. off nn another Elstonian erranvl. from chemistry class. That giucsome twusome seems to be in- Of course. Mr. Troyer. physics is very in- tcirupted in this shot. Go away, Red Green. teresting! "Frankie" Saya croons to the girls at the l hear you talking. Glee Club concert. Drool! --v Ol 1 X ' UI' N 1 N 1 X KINIUXH N . N 911111 U X . 11 f N 111 tli .JB A III4 1 H 1.x x M nl 1 x K N Ullll lx ' 4 Nll LX: fv- vi 5 qi Y' his Y PWR 4 g 1 ff 1? 1' G X 3 x , F: x BLT ly f 5' 6, av ff "' i:""""' rn 'H' "f" +" 9 11 1 A T M ri -2, S fl xg Nrllll N IF: 1' S LN 1 lx N ,Nt , Ili ll6NII'1 0 r N N N 1 X IH ll 4 Q D mlun Im mnelllllls. new ll xw N llt e IIIN r mm IUN11 Ollllll NI 1 I xl N N ll. ,f l'q Army lnvodes City On September 9. I9-43. we students were excused from school early in order to see the army equipment that was displayed on Ninth Street. one block each way of Franklin Street. Do you rememher the tanks with such narres as the uhoolish Virginn? There were Guns. . TN tanks, jeeps, ancl last hut not least, an army hanclvs entertainment, which some of us had never he-fore seen. Gill lfielcl looked like a new army camp with all the tents, trucks. and other army equip- mf nt. This camp. which was formerly a football field. attracted much attention. .-Xt five in the afternoon these soldiers marched clown Franklin Street to Coolspring Ave- nue, and there in an empty lot they put on a show. There were hundreds of spectators watch- ing the sham hattle and the other features. St-me soldiers went through the gymnastics which they do early each morning. A war hero sang. and a Wzrc told of her tpaining. The hand played both sweet and hot. At the close of the show all the soldiers sloocl rt retreat. Yes, it was something new, but it was a reminder of what was happening. Un that clay our high school and the armed services were truly working' side hy side. 'lqhcse pictures. which were taken hy Dick Saya, will help us to rememlver that clay for a long time. at ,W -fr--'yffva x" ' fa H I' Z' B? 1.6.3 uf 1, 77' ix HGIVIE XJOIQK QN fw 'N f-N x K Q mssnsnmaur Tomonqowl STuo-rHnn.n. ! 3 Q FQESH NT DATE HND so 'ro B W 'N : 'ixfi 9 .--f""i1 Fon.l..owms Dm' msslc-:Nr-1:-:'N'r? W X5 X X N ' XXX C 'Aww xwkff if X Lax N... NN K , 3 ku 9 b I U ' Q If E -TXN xl k s ff E PFIE 7'--"-' ' ,MQ ED rt 4 p Ei U l A4 QNX N I f-X I w L- HE QQ I SUPHUMURES, f ll!! ' 'ru Hurry 0'5" A ..- Mm! CLASS OFFICERS Alex Schultz Normmn Puk rt Iloxx 1rd S1114 or 111 IIIISLII Pnszrlfni utr Sophomores The Class of 46 entered the spacnous halls of semor hlffh last fall and some have now embarked as Jumors The flrst actlvlty they undertook was a Cav Nmetnes program They elected as thelr leaders Norman Peclnt Dresldent Alex Schultz vnce president and Howard Splcer secretary These ofhcers very capably led them through the year Under the Uundance of Mr Sellers and Miss Henrv the Soph omore Class participated ln school actlvltxes We sophomores wlsh our followers Great success is we step into the shoes of the Juniors ff . V ' ,. . -. ' ' . . , . . 4 , 1 . . "."I'u-I Sn-" :run . . . . . D , . e 1 . A 2 . - I , - . ., . . . . x . - . .' 5 .' . .. 1. . . . .2 Same old students, same old school: Same old teachers. same old rule. Never yell, never chew: You'll be punished if you do. Never sing. never run. Or at eight youill greet the sun. Never copy. never cheat. Miss Bateman 10-1 lyn Mae Miller, Betty Jean Ma- lin. Lois Passage, Betty Mattox, Verna lit-rhnan, Betty St-hroetler. Si-:toxn Row: Miss Bateman. Lon Mae Buggies, Betty Samuelson. lilaine Both, liilaine Both. .loan Iinetz, Betty Bose. Betty Patter- son, Betty Miller, 'Funny Bow: Harriet St-hwark, Margaret Matassa, Alive Sehwer- nn-r, .Ioan Osinski, Joan Sender- ak. Dolores Usterwaltl, Helen Mokryt-ki, Betty Nelson, .lean Nientlort. Bettie Mit-hael. Ansml: liileen Meyn, Marilyn Louise Miller, Marian Rankin. Gloria lleteltl, t'aroline lla-it-hert, ltita Bothfnt-hs. Miss C'unninghatn 10-l l"ncs'r Bow: Wanda Levine, Vir- ginia Kay, Marjorie Laughlin. Barbara Knahle, Mae Ivey, lini- tna Hootie, Catherine Jarrntt. Si-gtnxn Row: Marvia Ginther. Alive Jordan, llazel .lean llat- lieltl. .lean Lutz, Caroline Janie- lte, Ver-ilia Kannsta, Dolores .lar- nntowski, Barhara Krug, .lean tlortlen, Miss t't1nninghain. 'l'nnnt linw: Betty Hitt, Pat Kinihle. Leona lleisnian, Doro- thy Jones, Charlotte Kat-zniarek. Barbara .Iannt-hoski, Lorraine Koziatek, linth Kessler, tlertrntle llaak. Aizsrzvrz Lorraine tlallas, Vir- ginia tlnnins, .lnne Keppen, Katherine Lee, Mary Lntlwig, Sue Leven, For it's only you who's beat. Never whisper, never skip: Mrs. Weaver finds out each trip. Never borrow, never lie: You'll regret it till you die. Never argue: no ifs and buts. But if you do all this, you're nuts! Fntst Bow: June Meyers, Mari- , , wi, - 2 , V LM gzalmkux .ef ' . nr-2.2 ' 'Iwi 'fsf , f V W4 way.-,,A+m,,. ,im I . W, J . 4 f .mf ' ,, 7 4 u Q W f . 4 W1 , g Q 4 2 , 215 5 gf igirv-gg- ia,' g Q Q f fryyj, ,H , ' , ' V ' if ff fi' 5 3-1 i'zf.5gA W M- ' gl W " we 2,4 . G , ff g., 2 if 9 im w, sixmfyfi, 'wtf 2 ty M za, in 'Y' , v Q lu! f Y, , 5 v 8 ,, Q 3 gw 5 Q .xi 'Kev 1 'iv WWRY. Y 5 '- Q E QV XIV. 51111111215 I"-l l'lI:Nl limxg .Xllw-rl Sll'+'llllSlxl. lclllllllll S1xz111s1111. Hi'-luarrl H1111- l11-i11. 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KJ TH G9 JUNIORS Q 5 f 1 lumor History' Because their tr1p alonff the Hwhwsu was rxther lon dL1X'll10' the sophomore year they stopped long enough to change the yms into as barnyard and had a wonderful time at their Barnyard Follies The guides on the trip for this year were Mr Horn and Miss Schwaben land Assisting them were Gene Hay presrdcent Casimir Strelinskl vice president and Nancy Sprague secretary Now these kids have advanced to the racle of juniors and have done a wonderful job The Hlghway had many interesting things to hold their attention First was the football season The juniors sold pop corn coca cola candy and ice cream to all the hungry people who came around Then after this season came the basketball sex son The Juniors really worked hard, because along with the regular basketball games came the Sectlonals The junlors presented as their Junior Play And Came the Spring Everyone enjoyed the play very much because it seemed just as if one had stepped into someone s own home The leader this vear were Miss Wolfe and Mr Horn as sponsors Bill Caldwell president Bud Schaeffer vice president and ohn Smer telny ecretarv The Juniors are now ready to take over the path of the seniors and we wish them a lot of uc l Nliss NX 01 IL Ma Hom 14 ' - YM- f u livin S1 Il x1c1f1f1-31: liIl,l. f'Xl.IlXYl-Il.l. .linux Sx11:1111-:1,xx' l'if'4'-111'1'sin'1'11f 1'r1'.'i Ir'11t Nl'l'I'l'1ll'.ll Along Highway 44. not very far behind the seniors, are those happy-go-lucky juniors. i l Q in ' .X ' i .2 iz' i o X ' g 4. 1 . 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" -f " f A H A . 7 , A " v , g ml SENIUFIS Alleman Evelyn Allen Thomas Alsleben Norma Anderson Anna Renfx Anthony Robert Arnold acquellne Ba rukovlch Walter Bard Betty Barnes Cathernne Bartels ane Barker Edward Ber Charles Bleek Fu ene Bleek Judith BOdlS Leroy Bonfleld P3tYlCl1 Cassidy Robert Clarke Beatr ce Clmton Lloyd Clou h Robert Fords Gene Cox Ann Coy Phyllxs Deutscher Amta Deutscher Vera Dm ler Richard Dlrks ohn Dxtlmer Norrnin v u - , c 4 , . .J Sl ' f 1 , . ,J v 0' Dv U v-3 v v , 4 v I , ., v U 5, x, , n ' .. , , 1 LZ. .J , 4 Drake Norma Dreher Kmsely Fllls Dorothy Fn strom Rosella Feallock Rlchwrcl Funk Lols frenzel Florame Garnett Barbarm George Paul Gobreskl Eu ene Gonsorek Edward Groch Dolores Gubblne Betty Hay Gene Hayduk Fnleen Heffner Marlan Helse Robert Helsm Raymond Henry Harriett Hinton Albert Hyer Richard Irons Mary Alxce esse Catherine ohnson Bettv Ann ohnson Lois ean ohnson Melvm ones Romoni ' . . Q , . g , 1 , - f r . v . 1. ' K. , 1 .V g , . . Y Harris, Dorothy ' A. . Y . g' V ' ' . Y ' . i . J - ' J , , J . ' J J v . J , I orclan Harvey orgensen Esth r oseph Sarah Kahn ams Kahn MHYJOIIC Kaiser Lorraine Kamont Delphmc Kaplpi Dolores Kaplan lllalne Kaser Loxs Keen hu cnc Keen Luella lxecnc Rrcharcl lxleskowskl Lllllan Klley Tom Klevorn ucly lxmreclk Edmund Knaak Wayne Kmola Loulse lxrassow Charlotte lxretzmann Esther lxrue er Patrlcla lxrueger Shlrley Kubxak Geralclmc LaBorn Lucllle Lan e jean Laurnan Nell lr J . J '- +2 J '. .J " .-K' ' . .'g ,. Kcrrigan, Thomas ' Y -J , .. . r I I Y , 4. g, , . . g. 3 l.el'ebre VIVIIII Lewalskl Mar aret Lewis Harriett Llckerman Howard Lmclborg Evelyn Llsak osephme Lohman Betty Lowe Delores Luble Charles Lubs Conrad Lullnskl Rosemarle McCue Carol lVlahlc1 acquclme Nlaule amos Muller Earl Moore acqucllnc Muellen Hlldegarde Nculleb lohn lNevxlle Patxlcra Nzcholson Lois Nieman Harold Novak Geor e Nowfel lVlar1e Olsen Leona OfdZlCjCWSkl Lorxalnc Orlowskl Kenneth Cstermler Earl Pa els Doris Q Q Pattcrbon Robert Pcnfold Lhirlcb Pepple Dons Pollnow Ruth Prast ames Prrest Manlyn Rajskl Mary Reppert Ambrosla Richards Geor e Frederick Rlks Ruth Rmkle eanetle Rose Shlrley Schacht Nlxlclred Schaeffer Rlley Schllcker ames Schnebel Robert bchnxck Delores Schroeder ean Schroll ames Qchumaker Betty Schwanke ames bchwermer Donald Qcott Roy Seedorf ulla Ann Seelm Kenneth Sellers jams Shaclforcl, WllllaU1 . N 1 ' . ul v . . I Rumbaugh. Harriet u ' ' ' . Y -1 'J NJ 1 -J .J ' . gv Shellmop Maxine Smith Henry Snyder Nona Soller Rlehard Soloff Madeline Sor e Monroe bowxnslu Gene Sp cer Loxs pychalslu Betty ct Pere acquelyn Streeter Bernard Syclow Doris Taylor Doris Thecke Shirley Tlmm Emanuel Trampskl Don Turner oseph Turnpaugh Ro er Ullmer Fred Ulrxch ames Van Gleson Glorxa Vernard Henry Vme Daniel Wallen Phyllxs Warren jucllth WBSPI ohn Weddle William . g . i , ' Q . ., . , U . , .I . Swanson, Robert v , 4 ' , . . . - J v S , , , . . , J 1 M Wendt, Betty Wenzel Robert Werner Donald Werth jean Westman Carl Westphal Arlo Westphal Phvllls Whlte Howard Wllknns Betty Wxlson Carol Wnlson Robert Wrshon Luella Wolcott udy Wolfe Genevra Wolff Colette Wyatt Richard Wysong Lucille 71eske Betty 7ub1k Leona lqllto Andrew Hahn Rolland Ra land Eu ene Crooks Harry Spron Arnold L xRocco ohn Kneper Lloyd M mthey Geor . ' f . , . . . . . . . ,. e v Ziesmer, Arthur , C7 ff 2 , 3 . 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':' ,, fxl 1' .3 .Ir 'I11.1rK ",,V .'.' ,I . ,' .v,,.,t .1 Hlqhway 44 Yes the Great and mwhty semors have almost reached the end of Hrghway 44 For many of us school IS not finished at all for we wlll turn onto Hlvhway 49 or 50 Many wlll be travellng over contlnents rslands oceans rxvers and streams ln the pay of Uncle Sam Some will keep em rolling wlth war jobs All will be tl'llDkll'1U' of our boys untll they return Remember way back ID that sophomore year3 Highway 44 was a rough road udy Bleek was head cnf meer Ruth Rnks asslstant and Dick McAlplne bookkeeper Our sopho more party had an army camp for the settlnf Coach Purvls and Mrs Mann marched us throuf h the year ln Grand style And then came that excltmfr junror year Upperclassmen no less' It was quite notnceable that there was less studylnff and more Oornfr to soclal events The prom was fun even though lack of points prevented the dmner Remember Elaine Kaplan and Chuck Lubke making love whxle the other slx srsters Olgvled ln Seven SISIBTS the umor Class play3 Harry Crooks made some very good speeches as ye olde presldent ohnny LaRocco and George Thomas were able asslstants Now all three are ln service Our sponsors for the year were Mrs Anderson and Mr Troyer and they had their hands full trylng to keep us mtact Along wxth a few of the boys we lost to servxce that year we lost Miss Murphy to the Waves parade Of course thls year was different because of the war conditions Many of our boys have been called to servlce The rest are waltlnv thelr call We drd not have the usual num ber of post Graduates because the boys and Ulrls were anxious to vet rnto the jobs whrch were so plentiful and most of the students worked at least part time Even wlth all the outslde actrvltxes omg cn we still had trme to enjoy ourselves course everyone will always remember Tom Kerrlgan as Mr Whlteslde m The Man Who Came to Dmner The class oversold the house and had to refund money lm Griffin with has darly pep talks or should we say daily coldlngs 5, provided us wrth our mormng s en tertalnment When Miss McAfee left at mud term to Joan the Spars Fanny Sebesta took over as our other sponsor As sprmg approached so drd the day for semors to leave Hugh way 44 Sprmff brought on such actlvltles as the prom and class day wlth their Uay colors and festlvrtxes and the commencement exercises Now ou semors leave H1 hway 44 for the many hwhways of life Highway 44 has taught them many thmvs that will be of use ln everything they do ln the future Here they have known many people whom they may never see avam but will never forget We wxsh them success and happmess m their many ventures m the world as they leave the school m the able hands of the classes to come J7 . ov O . 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I L X X he School of Tomorrow PW!! Know the School of Today Because through the pages of th s annual are recorded by plc ture and x ord the e e tf ld BS of 1943 19-L4 your work play and partcp t n nW r1dVV rll P u ON no OOO i '- v V n u ar '- ', . , iiaioi fo a . RVICE ENGRAVING CUM ANY P BLICATI S DIVIS N 85 . anHeId A ue -Detroit L Mi 'gan W C ven chl C pI' Iof Michigan Cify CI earing Hou A I CITIZENS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK HOME OF ARROW SHIRTS WALTER J LEVERENZ MEN S WEAR BLOCKSOM 81 CO PETERS DAIRY IOI5 E MICHIGAN STREET I B B MANN CHOICE FRUITS VEGETABLES d FANCY GROCERIES BEST OF LUCK CLASS OF I944 HENRY LUMBER CO Complimenis of I . .' , 'LIIIXG ll0'l'l'I . . I CompIimen+s of TO . I-Inst End of Sixth Stn-1-I Bridgv We could no more teach school 'roday wl'rhou+ +he news paper +han we could have I'augh+ I+ a hundred years ago wllhoul' +he slare Thus frlbuie 'ro fhe vmporfance of fhe newspaper In 'rhe classroom IS from a recenl' sfafemenl' by E R Van Kleeck Asslsfanf Commissioner of Educahon of fhe S+a+e of New York Has deparfmenl' supervuses fhe educahon of 2 000 000 chlldren In fhe nahon s largesf publlc school sysiem Mr Van Kleeck ns nor alone In +hls vlew Educafors and feachers fhrough oui' +he counfry know fhaf fexfbooks alone are no+ enough fo prepare foday s s+uden+s for fhe world of romorrow They realize 'fhaf If fhe boys and gurls nn our schools and colleges are fo solve fomorrows problems successfully fhey They realnze 'foo fha? fhe newspaper vs nn duspensable an acquarung fhls knowledge and un ders+andang for In fhe classroom or our of H' fhe daily newspaper sahsfaes 'rhe need for fhe news and nfs lnferprefaflon as no o+her medlum can News D1spatch A Commumty Bullder 105 K! - u musf know and undersfand whaf's going on in fhe fasf-moving world of foday. I - "We wish Ihe Class of '44 a very happy and prosperous fuIure." ALBERS BAKERY MEAT MARKET Complumenfs of BEEBE S SPORTING GOODS I II I1 CI-IECKER CAB CO IT IS NOT EXPENSIVE TO USE A TAXI Four Passengers for Ihe Prlce of One' Phone I4O0 24 Hour Service Complomenis of JAMES BUCHANAN COAST TO COAST Cleaners and Dyers I4 F1 t xilfhlglll Strut Ihonm 4 11 BECKS JEWELRY CO FIRST CLASS WATCH REPAIRING OPTOMETRISTS LATEST IN FAS:-uoNs THREE SISTERS INC 89 "4 " .' "' 'ul-933 ' I 0 O H3 l"l':mkI'n SI "vt l'l ml' 22,14 O I 5ll Franklin Sh' I XIIPIII-Lfilll Pity, Ind As ,"'f1 .' ' - 72 SEE I C O 617 Franklin Str I Plmm- 830 I4 As in 'rhe pas'r So now In 'rhe presen+ CDTTO AICI-IER CO OI' Flne Furnl'I'ure I867 Sincere Ser lce+l'1roughH1e Years I94 o I I 7I0-7I2 FRANKLIN STREET CURLY TOP BEAUTY SHOP Modern S+yIes for +I1e Modern Woman lm S mm PHOTOGRAPHS THAT PLEASE ART MOR on mn l ly Ifllllllilll fllllllll HI STUDIO Offering 'rhe Newes+ and Ihe Fmesi' In Modern Phofography P n Ink ll5lll1I I1 HY' nu RI lion BROWNIE S FAMOUS HAMBURGERS BAKED HAM HOT DOGS FRENCH FRIES HOT CHILI COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE Brownie s Drlve In Compllmenfs of LENICK S DAIRY Complumenfs of CIPARES INSURANCE AGENCY GOOD LUCK TO YOU SENIORS KRAMER 81 SONS INC CARSTENS BROTHERS The sme of cpual.+y READY TO WEAR DRY eooos DRAPERIES FLOOR COVERINGS I O ll ll O O 721 lin-I " ith Strut l'I ' 603-.I - II"' ' 'r' I':J O O - 0 I 0 I rw Fl.: YH L1 ,, , pl IH, 35 PJ H208 l"runkIin Stn-1-1 Pllum- 3861 Eli " . hw-0110, " 1. I I I 4231-Inst .' r-- - "' O ll 0 ll ' 0 O 10' Buy More War Bonds and S+amps for Vlcfory and for TIVOLI LIDCD - Theatres LAKE Your Fufurel Compllmenfs of KRUEGER DRY CLEANERS KREBS SERVICE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH SALES SERVICE lm S mhl lx I lhouo FH Olsen QE DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY ml lm Stl 4 u nm Wm Mlller Markei' Fme Meafs 1001 Franklin Sf. CompIlmen+s of F G FEDDER CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF I944 HI RSCH'S xllilllgdll 1 1ts's Popuhu' P1110 Stun O ' ' Eb af, ff vg if ann Y 531 Fr: Q ' .' 'od ' Mi-I'g5zu1l'iIy, I 1. II03-05 Fl'illlk ' .'ll'01f I Mi- 'gun Vi ,', I nliaum ' , rf! I O U O 0 108 Coca Cola us the answer to thlrst that adds freshment Your own experience tells you lust what to expect Ice cold Coke has the happy knack of making thlrst a mlnor matter refreshment your foremost feeling And your own ex penence wall prove thus fact The only thrng luke Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola itself. I speak for Coca Cola I speak for Coke Both mean the same thnng the real thing coming from a sm gle source and well known to the communnty TY. UNDER 'NORITV O9 THE COCA-COIA COMPANY Bl' COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, MICHIGAN CITY, IND. OLSEN'S Your favorlfe STUCIIO for over 'rwenry years mvlres you +o have your nex+ porfrali' made Hwere HAROLD V OLSEN 9 ANN S PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP ROYAL HAT CLEANERS SUITS CLEANED 84 PRESSED SHOE REPAIRING SHOES SHINED FLOWERS FOR ALL occAs1oNs SADENWATER FRED STERN STERN VALUE MEN S 81 YOUNG MEN S WEAR 9 F kl DW O O I I I Phofo rapher I 7035 l"r:nnklin Slrvn-t 718 l"rznnklin Strvvt Il ll ' I- 'mklin Street Phono 447 , 60. - run ' Ill - T. Compliments f BURNETT SHOP BETTE MOORE SHOP DRESSES SUITS COATS rhl I I nm COMPLIMENTS SEIDLER S Foocl Marlcei 50l East Tenfh S+reel' We Wash +l1e Class of I944 a Very Happy and Prosperous Fu+ure When You Buy SCHOII S Golden Guernsey Mille You ge+ the Bes+ Value an Fmer Flavor and Befler Nourrslmmenl Serve Thus Food Thai' Bullds Strong Americans I' 1 l CLEM S CLEANING 8- PRESSING I nth Street Call For and Delrver li-li COMPLIMENTS A FRIEND O ' o IU!! X '1-st S -u-nth It '-'t O Sli' 'gun Pity, lnd'zn lil 521 I"rnnkIin Stn-1-t l'h - 3213 I UA rl, IO!! last N' .' " 5 3 7 o OF 0 111 44 44 BUY WAR BONDS If D NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY JOS BGRKOWSKI JOHN J LISAK GROCERIES 81 MEATS PLUMBING 81 HEATING Cplff THE LADIES SHOP MATTIE IVICCOIVIB STATIONER a FLORIST CompIimen+s of CompIimen'rs of C , HUM IC STORIC I I om Imen s o f'0l'lll'l' Eighth K l"l'illlkIIll Sim-I-Is THE FAWLEY ABBOTT CO FURNITURE EIGHTH STREET CAFE EASTPORT LAUNDRY 8: DRY CLEANERS BLUE BELL BEAUTY SHOP JOE DRY INC NASH SALES 81 SERVICE ALSO USED CARS MELVIN I: DOWNS INSULATORS a. RooFERs DINGLER BROS MARKET Y 9 HOME MADE SAUSAGE DOBBS HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS FLORSHEIM 81 GOLD CROSS SHOES CUSH 81 GINTHER ll! XVI-xt lffiglnh Sire-I-l AI y S h IB - Complimenfs of CompIimen+s of lnlfl 'SAINT BIIVIIILIQIII SIITPI IIS Ih....,n Sn...',' lxhonl, Complimenfs of l o I TI1ere Is a Besf In Ever fhin - " " -' " ' sm F.-unklin su-.lf-I Complnmenfs of Complimenfs o JW SEARS ROEBUCK 81 CO. Hai 81 Dress Shop CONPLINENTS CDF DWYER PRODUCTS CORPCJRATION E X C E L S I O R MANUFACTURING CO INC ol o 114 SHOES FOR Good Luck and Besf Wishes +o The MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN Class of '44 from The KARMELKORN SHOP lfh K 3 Comphmenfs f Compllmenfs of HERB 81 MM HARBOR COAL 3. OIL OO INC BARBERS I hom FRANKLIN PHARMACY HOUSEWARES SPORTING GOODS ,H I, , TIRES TUBES BATTERIES GARDEN EQUIPMENT AUTO SUPPLIES ,HE REXALL STORE LUGGAGE PAINT CLOTHING Phone 234 We Dellver H' BUS EXCURSIONS Low Round TrIp Fares fo All PoIn+s ComplImen+s f CALL 802 HNSKE 5 FLQRAL DUNES OAFETERIA I In tc N Th: ml H I 4 I lfulux un 11 'alll lialkvr, I,I'0Il. U ' o I' O fill I"l'iIllkIiIl Str-at IUI North l"I'1lllkIill SIl'1"I ' ' 266 .lol .l. Nl: 'szul 'k ' ' l:1'2QiNU'l'l'll l'll1ll'lllill'i5l , 1517 Frznnklin Strvvt S O S O S xlifhijlilll Pity, lnfliznnzu T N E T ' 1507 lflilllkll Stn-I-t I'lmn1- Hill' O ' o I 201 Fr: nkl' S l"1'I . Ii' 'ga 'it- Uu ' 'l'ivkI-ts Are- Gum! Dn All 0 Bll5l1'lN'P- I" 'I 5 PRIME MEATS WALTER E ZIESKE 186 RlI95Ifll H KRAMER THE SPAULDING SHOP fnex,0en51ucQC5xclusIue NORTHERN INDIANA STEEL SUPPLY CO GENE IJOLEZAL THE FOOD CENTER DR B H KAPLAN I EXAMINATION OF THE EYES NK SANITARY dB W + 44 L MISSAL DECORATING co SP WM F LEVERENZ QUALITY WALLPAPER 8. PAINTS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE O ' u . I 1, H23 Hans! Mivlmigan Strm-I AIIVIIILILIII Pity, IIIIII' A PI ' O Complimenfs of CompIImen+s of O O O O O 0I"I'IJNII'I'I' IIS'I' Specializing In CO. I 'T F' ,t Eightlr Strvf-I l'I -I I O Congra'ruIa+ions an es? ishes O To he Class of' O We ecialize in O O II II' 2308 825 l"I':IIIIIIiII I I ll ' COMPLIMENTS OF MONTGOMERY WARD 6- COMPANY WASTE MATERIAL C A SPRAGUE OORPORATION Devlces AKE fill? WEST SIDE BUS DIRECT T0 DUR DOOR M V Luc:-ITMAN FLOWERS FREY BROS LUMBER CO BLUE ROSE BEAUTY SHOP ORIEGER S PERMANENTS PlNOERwAvES Cl-QTHINQ, STQRE MANIOURES COSMETICS i Compliment of Complnmenfs of O I I L ' mn Slrvvt I' ..?.--rl---LX T' ' 'V ' Complimen+s of Y . , 1, ' jAVW, lg AS J-, J,,,N,,.? L, V u Q A+-AAO S H I UNH lfknsl x'i1'Iligilll Strvvt O ' . ' "nth Sire-1-I ' ' I Nlurgzurn-I Gruttn-llllmla-l', l'rup, 320 UN.. . A- .. 525 l"1'unklin Stn-vt Congra+uIa+ions Members of +I1e Class of I944 and May the Road Ahead Be Marked by an Abundance of Success and Happvness for Each of You OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY BOOKS STATIONERY GIFTS PARTY GOODS GAMES OFFICE SUPPLIES 81 EQUIPMENT TYPEWRITERS CHECK PROTECTORS ADDING MACHINES III lm Slum I hum 1090 and II: Ihll lhln or Compliments of CARPENTER S SERVICE STATION S II I hom .A 08 Compliments 'I THE BODINE STUDIO The Best Name on Portraits Comphments of A O NELSON GENERAL CONTRACTOR l CHINA and GLASSWARE WESTPHAL S PHARMACY n S Ilmm rl RIllIll1.,lTl fits In1Iun'1 BARTHOLOMEW 81 COMPANY SHEET METAL WORK I-1 lllIxIlll Suu 725m-ily Q--1 ' -'sf " . . O I :Im IIIIDIIIIIIIIII 'IIIIHI -Ili! I"ra1nkIin Sire-1-I I , .,i O I VERNIER CHINA Co. On '. S.-20 I O PIIUIII' 2997-I O O I 1325 I-lust Nliclligz 1 Ctrvvl ' ' 2,.' ."": "j, 'z . 415 '-1 " ,' ---r O 118 THE VOGUE S LADIES WEAR I nl I S n 1In llll SEEING SPOTS7 I TONN 81 BLANK INC If Spofs Are On Your CIo+hes N u S PHONE 839 GENERAL CONTRACTORS 81 BUILDERS ANDRUS DRY CLEANING TAILORING s See Us Before You Bulld PATRONS CHICAGO SOUTH SHORE 81 SOUTH BEND RAILROAD F M FARGHER M D LAWRENCE GINTHER D D S L F PIAZZA M D IN APPRECIATION The CIass of '44 and 'rhe members of +he ELSTONIAN s+aff wnsh 'ro ex+end Ihenr suncere +hanIcs +o all Ihose who con+rubu+ed 'ro +he pubhcahon of fhe I944 ELSTONIAN Ihe adverhsers, Ihe pafrons, 'rhe prmfer, Ihe engraver, 'rhe cover company, Ihe pho+ographers, Mr. C F Humphrey, Ihe faculfy, and Mvss Shepherd Iour sponsorI 110 O I I I!! X' I .' -I-l . . I, I M' I UH SZI I"l-snnkll hire-vl Sli' 'gun Pity, IluI'a il O ' O I ' 0 0 I Q O . ' ' O I ' 0 0 I ' ' 0 , 0 0 Le+ Us Remove Them 0 IGH fm-th Ifra lklin .'tl'1-4-I 0 0 ' I O ' 0 I O ll l ll 2503 I"rzmkIin .'trc-vt I O I I ' I I I I O O I O I O I 0:0 0:0 Now the doors of high school fun and work and youthful cares are closed to the Class of IQ44. Many school day chums will not be seen again: among the group passing daily through the above entrances will not be numbered those who have completed their journey on Highway 44. It is with partial regret and sorrow that we hear the doors click behind us for the last time: but life and work and new friends are waiting on the road ahead, and it is to the new ad- ventures that we turn with memories and clinging heart-fell warmth for our high school alma mater. Ways To every man there openeth A way and ways and a way And the high soul climbs the high way, And the low soul gropes the low: And in between on the misty flats The rest drift to and fro: But to every man there openeth A high way and a low, And every man decicleth The way his soul shall go. John Oxenham 120


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