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

 - Class of 1950

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PAINT SPOTS 'wx Lg Row l-Dick Hohl, Betty Jones, Miriam Sieb, Ann Averitt, Elizabeth Clark, Audrey Mason, Carl Ellison. Row 2-Roger Fredenburg, Margaret Kelly, Sue Michael, Delores Green, Miss Commer lsponsorl, Jarl Malwin Unlike the Indians these students are more interested in expressing their ideas on paper than in painting their faces. Under the able guidance of Miss Commer, these "Indians" increase their artistic skills and their apprecia- tion of good art. The Paint Spots' officers for the first semes- ter were Dick Hohl, president, Elizabeth Clark, vice-president, and Betty Jones, secretary. The following students served the second semester: Sue Michael, president, Delores Green, vice-president, and Jarl Malwin, sec- retary. f ij, .X Y .l i 96 FASHIONETTES S 5 ix' S x ' Xf- r, . p ,r y L i?aw.,sM:.c, Y .,.- ., , , N .,. A.-N, . ' Row l Virginia Kaminski, Kathleen Werre, Betty Wilke, Mary Jane Wright, Virginia Wright. Row 2 Kay Stlbbe Mariorie Schultz, Mrs. Kelly Csponsorb, Norma Collins, Eunice Young. Row 3 Gloria Kreft, Carol Pohl, Jackie Schroeder, Mary Westberg, Betty Beebe. Although these industrious girls, known as the Fashionettes, don't wear tanned skins with fringed edges or wrap themselves in blankets, they do make many of their own clothes - skirts, jumpers, blouses, dresses, and even formals! The otticers for the first semester were Jackie Schroeder, president, Virginia Wright, vice-president, and Nancy Nichols, secretary. During the second semester the same offi- cers served the Club, except that Eunice Young replaced Nancy Nichols, who completed her work in January. Mrs. Kelly, instructor in sewing, serves as the sponsor. 97 RED DERBIES larry Smiertelny Glory Glasscott, Kate LeRoy, Sue Mathias. Nancy Lindeman Robert Swim The Red Derbies, sponsored by Mr. Cobbum, are the noise-makers of the tribe. It is their duty to inspire the warriors and unite the tribe against the enemy. The cheerleaders - Glory Glasscott, Sue Mathias, Kate LeRoy, Nancy Lindeman, Bob Swim, and Larry Smiertelny - always head the war dances. The officers for the first semester were Pat Fenton, president, LaDora Pugsley, vice-presi- dent, Dolores Arndt, secretary, and Sidney Patterson, treasurer. The second semester officers were Judy Clark, president, Connie Feallock, vice-presi- dent, Deloris Griffith, secretary, and Char- lotte Huff, treasurer. The Red Derbies put on pep sessions, deco- rate the new auditorium for the Sectionals, and give the traditional basketball and foot- ball parties. 93 E t sn qafil, , 59' i f-32 V 41. 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He is known to the residents of Michigan City as the problem solver and faithful servant of the public schools. The students of the Michigan City school system are indeed fortunate to have Mr. Knapp, a superior authority on education, as superintendent of our public schools. Superintendent Knapp has as his assistant Miss Ann Ludwig, who fulfills the duties of an efficient secretary. These duties include gen- eral office work and the arrangement of the various details associated with the adminis- trative office of an educational system. Miss Ann Ludwig T . ' x 1 x Q y K , . I , 1 , I Q N A + X -. XA lxzxxx. 4 X C ffm mf . ,., ,a , 352 fi 53' 1. ' 95 . . 4, :Qi 5 , wbsmfff- wma, ..,,, ,fra f , 231 QV 24' 22 If EP' '1-' ' Zn ,Z-37, : ' 5 A 15 ,I 4 5 'cw ' 31 ' . faq., ' J if JZ- ? ' 444211, :Z ' Jwvauf 3? ' was 11. X I 1 XV .""- Q - , t M X xx W- , f W Q P X, . 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CARBuREtoR s. uowmom sPECuAusT BOOKS - STATIONERY - GIFTS PARTY GOODS - GAMES OFFICE SUPPLIES 81 EQUIPMENT TYPEWRITERS - CHECK PRoTECToRs Iam FRANKLIN STREET ADDING MACHINES 725 Franklin Street PHONE 3746 Phone T690 and - "We Will DeIiver" Compliments of - KILNOWITZ 81 BROWN ELECTRIC COMPANY 1402- 1404 FRANKLIN STREET TELEPHONE T758 Mattie McComb Flowers - Fresh from the Greenhouse - OFFICE SUPPLIES - BOOKS STATIONERY BALI-ARD'S 620 Franklin Phone 393 nonisr AND GREENHOUSE MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 132 s. Roeske Ave. Phone 662.w CONTRACTORS Lake city PLUMBING HEATING Ice 81 Coal Company Simpson8.AcIamson, Inc. 904 Franklin Street 8th 8. Michigan Phone 305 - 306 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Phone 196 Haviland-Callan, Inc. 212 - 214 Spring Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA CARSTENS BROTHERS Your Store of Quality MOVING Fo' Ladies AppC1l'6I - Accessories OR Draperies - Floor Covering ACROSS THE NATION Variety Gift Shop 107 E. 10th Street Phone 3488 Imported Beehive Yarn - Nylon Yarn Accessories for Handbags Crochet Cottons - D. M. C. Thread Leonard Johnson MASONRY Beverly Shores Phone 301 1-1 Congratulations to the Class of '50 PULLMAN Compliments of "Stern Value" MEN's at YOUNG MEN's WEAR Northwestern 609 - Franklin - 609 Transit, Inc. Travel by Bus Our Tickets Are Good on - All Lines Everywhere - Chartered Coaches for ,, Special Trips - QUALITY GROCERIES 81 MEATS Dunes Cafeteria I Corner Union 81 C Streets nc. Phone 5260 Phone 802 201 Franklin St. Best Wishes To The CLASS OF 1950 LAPORTE COUNTY ABSTRACT CORPORATION 321 Franklin Street Phone 317 Al Tylisz Dunelancl Souvenir Store . , Marathon Service Station Washing - Greasing - Polishing 231 Franklin Tires - Tubes - Batteries Accessories Souvenirs -. ... Toys Corner 8m KGDYUCIKY Sil'eeiS Phone 3706 OLSEN'S - Your Favorite Studio for the Past 25 Years - PORTRAIT - - - COMMERCIAL - - - CANDIDS - - - Agencies for Eastman Koclaks - Bell 81 Howell Movies Argus Candids - Speed Graphics Polaroid Camera - Stereo Realist OLSEN'S of Course First in Photography 827 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana KORN'S Headquarters Michigan clty PIANCS -- TELEVISION RADIOS Your R. C. A. Victor Dealer T601 - 1603 Franklin Street Paper Box Company COMPLIMENTS OF BLOCKSOM 81 COMPANY Compliments ot - Eighth Street Cafe 112 W. Eighth Street "Always a School Booster" The Town Shop Millinery 81 Ready-to-Wear 813 Franklin Phone 1375 Lou's Beauty Shop 721 E. Tenth Street Phone 4552 Good Luck to the 1950 Graduating Class McAIpine Service Station Complete Automotive Service 8th 8. Wabash Sts. Phone 2642 Michigan City, Indiana MAY WE JOIN IN EXTENDING OUR SINCERE GOOD WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '50 A Fine Class from a Splendid School LONG BEACH COMPANY Compliments of - Smith's Shoes Corner ot Tenth 8. Franklin Streets L. Missal Decoration Co. We Specialize in Quality Wallpaper 81 Paints one 2308 825 Franklin St. Congratulations to The Class of '50 Ernst's Leather Goods 406 Franklin Street Phone T639-J MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Congratulations to the Class of '50 KONllNlAREK'S Cleaning Sn Tailoring Fifth 8. Washington Streets Michigan City, Indiana L'I L ABNER NANCY BUGS BUNNY MANDRAKE GRANDMA ANDNAE THE IIISPATCH FAMILY JOIN IN HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '50 ASSISTANCE I, . ,fl A f K '35 .- , 4: . is , -s. ,,Q,sm tn, fi Dr. Reed Located on our senior high school reserva- tion are the tepees of the four "chief-big-help- ers" in all the public villages. The "medicine women," Dr. Nelle Reed and Nurse Ruth Kemena, with their modern equip- ment, care for the health of all our reclskins. Squaw Bess Day serves as general counsel- t Vs swift, ,-,, ,. .2151- V 1:55. + I ,4x-- ik 3 , f,,.:5,f S ,Y 1 ' Aw. ' tl 1. L P if Miss Kemena 76'-., "Wim Miss Day or for the large and small Indians ofthe schools. Our Head Scout, attendance oFFicer Robert Bucy, searches for all members of the public school system who decide to roam in the woods during meeting hours. S S 5- M.. 'kr-+ Mr. Bucy Congratulations to the Don't Say "HeIIo"' Class of '50 Say WiIke's Dru Store . f 9 102464 4 lith and Franklin Streets Bill Wilke, Prop. Phone 65 You May Be Lucky! 0 . Seeing ' Spots? 0 Meet at -' 0 If Spots Are on Your Clothes Q 0 ' Let Us Remove Them ' The Sugar Bowl - . - Phone 839 . . ANDRUS 'l407 Franklin , , , ' ' Dry Cleaning 0 Tailoring For Lunch and After the Game , . .. 303 Franklin Sweet .' ' . Compliments ot - CENTRAL FOOD STORE 2312 SOUTH FRANKLIN STREET PHONE 2325 THE FOOD CENTER II53 EAST MICHIGAN smear PHONE 531 DOLEZAL BROS. GENE - JIM - JOE I Meyer Congratulations Candy Company CIGSS Of '50 You have gone into the school to Iearnp Wholesale now make it your practice to go out and serve CANDIES Smith Smart Shop 816 Franklin Street Lido Theatre Bldg. Fountain 8. Paper Supplies 1716 Washington Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Yalowitz FRANK M. KREBS Fruit Company, Inc. REI-'ABI-E 110 Washington St. . h. . . MIC 'gon CNY' Indlunc 8th 81 Franklin Streets WESTPHAL'S PHARMACY 1325 E. MICHIGAN STREET PHONE 254 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Carnes Service STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 1125 Chicago Street Phone 2639 CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1950 Compliments of - BODINE STUDIO Inc. Luchtmcln Flowers . ' h' lOO4 E MIC 'gon Street Portraits by Photography Phone 2411 412 Franklin St. Phone 1405 Member ot - Florist Telegraph Delivery Association u ' 1 ll Qhmmg s Drugs P. J. KELLY 801 Franklin Phone 203 Complete Insurance Service 409 West 10th St. Phone 1521 COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS LUNCHEON 8. FOUNTAIN MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA AI Larson Buick, Inc. 124 East Michigan Street Phone 883 Virgil A. Shewbart John A. Belue Robert F. Belue The Pines Lumber 81 Supply Company LUMBER - MILL WORK MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA BUILDERS SUPPLIES Yards at U. S. 12 and Kansas Avenue Complete Service Dept. and Body Shop Telephones 1701 end 5523-1 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Best Wishes to the Student Body from C. E. Meyer News Agency Compliments of - Economy Chevrolet Corp. A. W. Mitchell, Pres. Phone l2O Congratulations to the Class of '50 ffwgrnnlnuigjggv in LHSNCE B96 Compliments of - A. M. Reinke, Inc. We Wish the Class ot '50 a Very Happy and Prosperous Future Albers Bakery 829 Franklin Street Phone 933 Compliments of - Hays Corporation MICHIGAN CITY Russell Kramer RUSSELL H KRAAAER CMP .Spaulding Sliup UflQlU CW' lllblllb r-.-p-mm, ahh... Shon's Shoe Salon EXCLUSIVELY FOR WOMEN 8'lI Franklin Street Telephone 3242 Ambulance Service Root Funeral Home 312 East Seventh Street Joseph M. Root Congratulations - WASTE to The Clcuss of '50 MATERIAL PARRY's CORP' BAKERY 820 Union Boulevc PHONE 353 603 West Tenth Street Compliments of - DWYER PRODUCTS CQRPORATION Lester L. Jones sruossmcsn cAns s. mucus Norge Home Appliances 1247 E. Michigan Street Phone 339 Compliments of - Rainbo Cleaners FINE ODORLESS CLEANING - Pick Up 8. Delivery Service - Phone 2143 Congratulations to - The Graduating Class of '50 The Burnett Corset 81 Accessory Shop Phone 107 107 West 7th St. oar ir AT Wm. Miller Market Best of Everything in the Meat Line Phones 18 and 19 1001 Franklin Street OUR COMPLIMENTS TO - THE CLASS OF '50 SCHOLL DAIRY COMPANY 1615 FRANKLIN STREET PHONE 2300 OTTO AICHER COMPANY - FURNITURE - 710 Franklin Sobecke's SHELL SERVICE BEEBE'S II34 Michigan Street PHONE 2656 Michigan City, Indiana GOODS Compliments ot - 9I3 Franklin Street George L. Allen PHONE 2244 COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE On Karwick Road in Long Beach Phone 3324 BOYD E. PHELPS, INC. ARCHITECTS - ENGINEERS DESIGNS - PLANS - SPECIFICATIONS - ESTIMATES RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL PUBLIC BUILDINGS 'IOOO WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 4417 Becks Jewelry Co, GIFTS For All Occasions Syl's Lunch 109 W. 9th Street Weber Studio Give that man a NEW LOOK with an EASTPORT SHIRT Eastport Laundry Photographs DRY CLEANING ' ALL PHONES 4400 VII F'C"'k"'1 1515 East Michigan sneer PhOne 5194 Michigan City, Indiana Lutz 8. Foreman PLUMBING - HEATING Oil - Burner 8. Gas - Burner Service 8m Installation 503 W. 10th St. PHONE 5275 Michigan City, Indiana agne IDhmi1jig MlvHl6AN ClnY LADIES APPAREL 522 Franklin Street Joe Dry, Inc. PACKARD AND CROSLEY Congratulations to the Class of 1950 YMCA Corner Seventh and Washington Streets PHONE 1010 A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IS THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENT FOR A COLLEGE EDUCATION CITIZENS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK COmpIIlTIeI'I'IS of - CONFECTIONS DOBESKI'S FOUNTAIN SERVICE SHOE STORE PACKAGED GOODS 2627 403 CIIICUQO for NOW, and Always - Expertly F CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS or T950 MONTGOMERY WARD 81 COMPANY 7I7 - 719 FrcmkIin Street PHONE 4360 PRINCIPAL Mr. C. F. Humphrey Mr. C. F. Humphrey, principal of the senior high school, is the "Grand Chief of Opera- tions" on our Elston reservation. His quick humor and his thoughtful consid- eration for each member of the student body have engendered the cooperation and high esteem of all those who attend the great Els- ton village. Our principal's ceaseless efforts to promote and maintain the superior standards that we have achieved under his direction have - das., X L brought us state-wide recognition. The stu- dents of the high school are well aware of Mr. Humphrey's active interest in the school and its functions and appreciate his guidance. Although our chief's administrative duties are numerous, they do not include the many hours that he spends with students in the hope of preparing them for a full and useful life. Because of these interests the graduat- ing redskins are deeply indebted to Mr. Hum- phrey. The duties of Mrs. Martha Weisflog are many and varied. If one were to attempt to enumerate all of them, it certainly would be a most difficult task. Mrs. Weisflog is not only the competent private secretary to Mr. Hum- phrey, but to her also fall. the many duties of the outer office, where she sells school sup- plies and serves as a general informant to the students, who, confronted with perplexities, constantly seek her counsel. The Senior tribal members thank her and feel duly grateful for the courtesies she has extended to us during our all-too-short stay. Mrs. Martha Weisflog Phone Michigan City 2835-R3 Sheet Metal Work - Awnings Great Lakes Bartholomew 81 Co. Duck Farm 415 Franklin Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Ova J. Nickell, Mgr. LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY OTT 8: SONS MORTICIAN 422 WASHINGTON Phone 1346 For Your Record Needs Franklin Pharmacy both on 78 and 45 R. P. M. See JOHN J. MARSZALEK The Registered Pharmacist Tivoli Building 1517 Franklin Street PHONE 234 MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Phone 5773 WE DELIVER Compliments of - Compliments of - Crown Glass 81 Paint Company 1403 - O5 Franklin Street PHONE 5291 Herb 81 Mike's BARBER SHOP 911 Franklin Street Jif Wholesale 81 Retail ELECTRICAL MATERIALS 'Eff Company Wlijleialel 815 FRANKLIN STREET MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Cfulgfges Telephones sooo, 5ooI, sooz Full Line of Qualify Appliances WESTINGHOUSE SPARTON TELEVISION HOTPOINT AMERICAN KlTCHENS DUMCNT TELEVISION HOOVER SWEEPERS MAYTAG WASH ERS GRlEGER'S CLOTHING STORE Michigan City's Largest Store for Men Congratulations and Best Wishes for Success Remember Sears for . . 0 Home Furnishings o Modernization 8. Repairs 0 Automotive Compliments of - 0 Family Wearables 0 Appliances PHONE 383 8th 8. Franklin Streets 'Sazwgaezam gawwfzeed azqowznconegdaci' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '50 FROM MYRI.E'S FLOWERS Myrle E. Schmidt 1204 E. Michigan Street Michigan City, Indiana Telephone 1700 "We Telegraph Flowers" SMITH MOTOR CO. DESOTO - PLYMOUTH 236 SPRING MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA PHONE 2226 Warkentine Shop Joe Tittle 8. Sons Millinery - Corsets - Lingerie Quqlify Meets Hosiery - Novelties Lowest Prices SPAULDING HOTEL 727 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana Phone 2330 THE BEST SUCCESS AND FORTUNE IN THE FUTURE ARNIE'S GRIDDLE Corner 'I'lth and Franklin George R. Brown, Prop. Congratulations - Class ot '5O! Parmalee Tool Company 1021 Cooper Street Phone 5037-J Michigan City Recreation - 12 Bowling Alleys - Open at Noon Everyday Open Bowling Afternoons and Saturday and Sunday 117 E. Michigan Street Phone 499 Your Windows Are Our Business Custom Venetian Blind 8. Drapery Co. Robt. C. Ludwig Fish Company Producers and Dealers in FRESH AND SMOKED FISH Phone 2098 Second Street Bridge Phone 1523 304 W. 8th Sl. MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Compliments of - Ebalifl sPRAGuE nsvlces Inc. DIAMONDS Member Purdue CO-OP Plan ot Education and JEWELRY 531 Franklin Street MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Business, Industry, Education Day Program Congratulations - To the Class of '50 Better Building Materials HENRY LUMBER made 52, Corner 8th 8. Franklin - QUALITY - AT PRICES YOU LIKE TO PAY COMPANY General Auto Repairing PHONE 55 Dan's Body Shop East End Sixth Street Bridge Auto PGIHIIHQ -- Glass lf'lS'lOlleCl 207 West Fourth Street Dan Nole Michigan City, Ind Congratulations to the Class of '50 M 81 M DRIVE - IN "Open all year around for your Convenience" Ample Parking Space 'l608 E. Michigan Street PHONE 5343 Prop: Morrie Kozin Compliments of - DR. B. H. KAPLAN J. L. LA FOUNTAIN OPTOMETRISTS Specializing in EXAMINATION OF THE EYES 123 East Eighth Street PHONE 2000 Congratulations to the Class of '50 Berg's Floral 81 Gift Shop BEST IN FLOWERS LATEST IN DESIGN 906 Franklin St. Phone 447 Harbor Coal and Oil Company, Inc. PHONE 266 Compliments of - Herb Hirschmann Willard Sea Food MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA J. L. Freelancl Motor Co. GMC TRUCK - OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE 531 E. Michigan St. Phone 540 Michigan City, Indiana For Finest Quality CUSH 8. GINTHER The Style Store for Men 807 Franklin Street Compliments of - Excelsior Manufacturing Co., Inc MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA, U. s. A. Compliments of - Congdon's Sport Shop 4th 81 Franklin Streets Make Our Store Your Store For All Sporting Equipment JEWELRY STORE Tonn 84 Blank, Inc. 0. A. WeIIl1II'Z 8 SONS 104 N. Franklin Street PHONE 4800 S I d F ' lop e on Cincy Grocerles and Bakery General Electric Distributors pnone 189 320,322 Franklin Sf. Automatic Heating, Air Conditioning, 190 Commercial Refrigeration and Home Appliances Electric Wiring FIXTURES SUPPLIES ,C . ,i , APPLIANCES -I ,,2i REPAIRING ib 1: MOTOR REWINDING LL5' "TYT.fj1"".TLfLI,'Q,',, I ml' 'iui f, E . L QL MICHIGAN CITY ELECTRIC CO. .. I- I lvllClllGAlllfllYEKI.fCllIICg0. V H. H. HERBERT 51: , " Q 326 Franklin Street Telephone 404 M HE ...II eq . - pnjiv' 1 " , I EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL SINCE 1915 sys-A "' V With Best Wishes fo the Best Wishes to The Class of 1950 Class of 150 Jarosz Printing Company Munnls Home Store CHOICE FRUIT - VEGETABLES 81 FANCY GROCERIES 1125 E. Michigan Sfreef 420 Franklin Sfreei MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Compliments of - ComPIImeni5 of " stu.-k,s CIPARES INSURANCE AGENCY Body 81 PUETIT Main Office - 2615 East Michigan III W' Wh Street Phone 1434 Branch Office - Room 423, Warren Bldg. Compliments of - BURNHAM GLOVE C0. 1602 TENNESSEE STREET PHONE 1832 - , Mrs. Marion Griffin -6 6: nfl" : 1 I , ff S , 'Nw-1 '- l Miss Mellie Luck ,A A-. Miss Mabel Engstrom 3,4-L .IN F N- 2 Miss Frances Sebesta F... nu' Miss Goldie Shepherd Mais i .2 3' Lg' ,9- 1 riff if is l M is ' if A Mrs. Florence Kelly 41- 4. , ufjj if ,-, . F, l J ,ik ,guns-:. - X. -'Y Miss Mildred Dahlberg QQ ffl?-e FACULTY Miss Bernice Henry Miss Leona Stuart - X .km 'Jw F.-T .4 ft? -.'i r 1 1 cl P3 4 2 Pri' uf , 5,1 if ., . 1 m'+?vgr:v?j wi , , . Miss Frances McConkey . 1,,,, Y i -- " sv , E Mrs. Jeanette Urquhart ,jf J V ,Ir ii' 4 is -in f i 1 I Miss Genevieve Klueh Miss Dorothea Wolfe Mrs. Grace Hart Mrs. Bernice Mann Miss Wilma COITIMGI' Compliments ot Clara Hat Shop PHONE 74T-W BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF T950 Congratulations to the Class of '50 Exclusive Dealer "Dutch Boy" Paints 0 o 0 We Sell Glass for every purpose "Your satisfaction is our success" , , , ui.Rlcl-I Michigan City D Furniture company Paint 81 Glass, Inc. 202 Franklin St. Phone 5376 4T7 - 4T9 FRANKLIN STREET PHONE 5626 RELIANCE Italian Village T7T0 Franklin Street Phone 3909 COMPANY NO-TARE SHORTS MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Congratulations to the Class of T950 Book Fairs, Inc. T07 East Fourth Street Phone 5663 Michigan City, Indiana PROTECT PRECIOUS EYESIGHT WITH PLENTY OF GOOD LIGHT NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Log Cabin Shop For Finer Flowers "Flowers by Franklin Florists" Plants and Flowers for All Occasions Franklin Florists CONFECTIONERY and 1151 E. Michigan sneer GREENHOUSE W. H. Wesfphal Phone 1397 W. W. Wesfphal Compliments of - SID'S "IF YOU CAN'T STOP - SMILE AS YOU GO BY" Franklin at Greenwood Phone 4556 Best Wishes io the Class of '50 Arnold A. Mayer Michigan CiTy's - Exclusive Children's Shop IT'S Z'ac4cuzcm'4 FOR "FINE DRY CLEANING AND SHIRT LAUNDERING" 4 CONVENIENT CASH AND CARRY DRY CLEANING STORES PLANT AND OFFICE 0 514 E. MICHIGAN STREET o 408 FRANKLIN STREET 0 110 E. ELEVENTH STREET o 2310 FRANKLIN STREET PHONE 472 Congratulations - TO THE CLASS or '50 PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Westphal's Auto Service COmP'imeniS 'O 'he Franklin at Barker Class of 1950 Sinclair Gas and Oils Car Washing -- Polishing - Lubrication his Weslpholls 424 Franklin Street for Complete Car Service Phone 517 Compliments of - SCHUMAKER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Continuous Quality Is Quality You Trust X , Relax - Refresh - Reduce BEST WISHES To THE Controlled Cellular Penetrating CLASS OF 150 Massage with the Niagara Equipment Q -Q . b. - S. S. Kresge 51.00 Store filo Dm 'ng 619 Frankun Street Helen Hicks Beauty Shop Phone 296 1020 E. Michigan Street Michigan City, Indiana 1 e L e P 'I 0 N E A G Vernier China Company d DOMESTIC - IMPORTED ci-MKE" on DXSPA-'Cl-IED FINE CHINA AND GLASSWARE QM CA55 C H E C K E R On U. S. 20 Michigan City, Ind. C A B C 0 . 24-Wan Sowcbe Congratulations to All Graduating Seniors SPAULDING BARBER SHOP McCLEARY INCORPORATED FORD SALES AND SERVICE ron MICHIGAN cmr WE SELL ONLY GOOD USED CARS PHONE 1314 127 WEST MICHIGAN STREET General Auto Parts Company Replacement Parts For All Cars 825 Chicago Street Phone 23l Youngsters Shop, Inc. 813 Franklin Street INFANTS' and CI"lILDREN'S WEAR Phone 1064 Use Our Budget Plan For Home 81 Car Needs Up To 24 Months To Pay FIRESTONE STORES 607 Franklin MICHIGAN CITY . . . the next stop . . . after school days is marriage and a home of your own . . . we have helped hundreds with our complete service . . . planning . . . financing . . . building . . . FREY BROS. LUMBER CO. BUILDING MATE RIAL WEST EIDOF IOH ST. MODERN EQUIPMENT, INC. APPLIANCES Maiot's Feed 8g Seed Distributors of ARCADY FEEDS Phone I78 Ninth 8. Pine Sts. Michigan City, Indiana Rinehart's I. G. A. FOOD STORE Congratulations to the Class of '50 Krebs Service, Inc. 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TIME OUT SAFETY FIRST "lNSPEC.TOR" Now 1.51 me SE: mm' Numara 12 PRACTICE WWI!! Mountains loom upon the path we take Yonder peak that rises sharp and clear: B h ld ' ' e o us now on its head uplnttedp Planting there our feet, we stand secure. ,fi K ' ' I, ff ii f f X R 23- V X " 7 L . f 1. .ut-' X, ' A rgV'w,i sfffti NV if T I " Ly , ix ,N N11 1, X X ' fi-7' faux fl 9 X N fi Q X 1 40 'I i 41" an i xx X 5, Climb.. Z 1 N X XX Q X X X X V X x 4 X N f Z I T1. ZFWER PROM X -1 ,u ""9 nik ,, li 'We 21,4 3' f-f,.,..,, - .,.,,?, 4. aw, 3 SEQ. 'lvl n 4, 'P X.-,. , -- -. Kfwfftwf--?',. -F - '- -X if Q 'Z'-f. 3. , XXX f 1 L J I X' I ag- A X A. 1 Y, 5'-' Xxx 14 'gigg -,qi-ir .il if- R SENIOR CLASS -.... 1:1 .,- - sq . -"""l fit James Burris, vice-president, Trish Storen Mr. Kwiatkowski and Miss Luck, sponsors In 1947 the Indians set out to conquer the world. They didn't realize iust what was ahead of them, but Richard Houck, Chief Three Bears, Dan Drehmel, oskushp and Trish Storen, medicine girl, led the way. From another tribe they had the assistance of Miss Dorothea Wolfe, and Mr. A. J. Parsons. Between their battles they had a big dance, using a gypsy theme. The Indians all dressed accordingly, even "One Eyed Ellison" was there. The scouts for this were Trish Storen and Dick Houck as king and queen. The queen's court consisted of Sue Mathias, Ann Messner, Nancy Weisflog, Virginia Baird, Mary Burnham, and Glory Glasscott. Not much occurred during the first year. During the second or iunior year the Indians met other redskins, and many other obstacles confronted them. Their new chiefs were Blackfeet Dic Davis and Allan Spicer, while catcher-of-all-evils was Trish Storen. The Indi- ans were busy from sunrise to sunset. All year some "Iniuns," with Trish Storen and John Inman as chiefs, ran a trading post at many games that were played, and every night after hard hours of work the tribes would gather round to eat. The first part of the year the Indians gave Off a Pewter Platter, SSCYE 15 tary-treasurer, Lawrence Witek, president. directed by Miss Mellie Luck, for their play of the year. The warriors who took leading parts were Trish Storen, John Behrndt, and John ln- man, and Peter Saunders was their little pa- poose. The final event of the year was the Junior Prom with the theme of "49'ers." It was carried out by having pieces of gold, cacti, and covered wagons as decorations. Because the year T950 was their final year, the Indians assembled each morning in one tepee to hear plans for the day. The most important conquest was that of publishing the Elstonian. The Indians working on it were really pale-faces, for they knew nothing of what they were to do. The Indians gave one last play, I Remember Mama. The warriors taking the chief parts were Gloria Kreft, Mary Burnham, and Tom Cramblet. The final epi- sodes of the Indians' history were Baccalau- reate and Commencement. The speaker sched- uled for Commencement was Dr. Henry Hitt Crane. Though life on Reservation M. C. H. S. has not always been easy, the Indians leave it with many misgivings. Our wish for our suc- cessors is that they have as much fun out of school, along with work, as the Indians of 1950 have had. Ei 'Egg-gig Q M wwf Qqgwf W ., Ox s- ? X SQ QDVW XX ,UK CDW Nba' AML, X 5xxNL2x90 ,W-wJ5'j.,,Q fn dogg!! GO QM? ' ,WQM 6 ff wwf ' gf 40 ,, 5, Giwvfw iw , a Shy A Wa 0 W7 if WWW skis EYE ik Q M EQ 'Mg 4. -Z 'mv '17 Mark Ackley Joyce Angeledes Mary Ann Arndt . 35 ' if l Nancy Arnold N I .A .gn - V .Q X J 1 wr Virginia Baird 1 Constance Bauer :N QQ cl X I Fred Bazic Arbu9us',Beck P , i '7'?.-f V . Q Q fr. .b uv L ,.-.fi"- , , f ' . .a .1 -N , .f--'I+ ' Q fp 3-lf: y 4 I- .4 Y . 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M ,X vi K V , "K 8,-'N ' ,. eww". iv I, vm, Betty Wilke e- , Donald Wiegerl .N I! Charles White louis Whife Q as X -"5 , fix x NJ x x x as sa "X i .i x lv' .- NK N , i , .N e. N. ' Q" 'if if sm WY X 3. Fredonia Williams Sarah Ann Wilson William Wilson 12152--5"i' 4 - MW' P . ' ' ' 1 X-V I 'vw .-M9353 . ,ia :sf-1 4 wx ,iwx , , , fix' :Q K. E is-.,:. ,.., . .., Lawrence Witek xx .,, i Gloria Wolford l 4' l I :I RQ' f ix e 4' - , V! I Nancy Wolford , , 1 -1 4 .it il . ,H .4 Q. Q X Daniel Drehmel Virginia Wright No pictures for: Jack Allen Clarence Barenie LeRoy Barth Eugene Blood John Byers Mitzie Campbell Donald Chambers James Cooper Robert Eckert Dianna Eddy John Ellison Edgar Hellman louise Zifzelberger Claire Hoover Jack Howard Richard Kahn Stanley Kapusfa Richard Knipple Anfon Levenich Donald Shawley Ralph Sformer Melvin Sydow Clark Winner Harold Wold Russell Wolfe 28 Alia Clark Allan Spicer Fllwhfaib Www ICR PLAY Many plays were suggested for their final play, but the Indians decided on the three- act play "I Remember Mama" by John Van Druten. Miss Mellie Luck directed the play, and Mr. Eric Nordholm assisted with settings and lighting. Now and then in the halls Mama ...... Katrin ....... Papa ...,. Dagmar Christine ...... .,,.,,. you would hear members of the cast talking with a foreign accent, but you soon learned they were studying their parts 'For the play. The big day camey it was March 3. The Indians proved that hard work wins over all, for the play was a big success. CAST Gloria Kreft Mary Burnham Tom Cramblet Grace LaBorn Jacquelyn Wenzel Mr. Hyde ..... ............. J ohn Behrndt Nels ........,. Aunt Trina Aunt Sigrid Aunt Jenny Uncle Chris ......,....... Dick Davis Elizabeth Clark Marie Bagrukovich Marian Parry .. Bernie Krockover A Woman .........,....,............... Joann McAlpIne Mr. Torkelson ..,........... Matthew Grattenthaler Dr. Johnson John Daher Arne ,,,,,,,.,-,,,-4 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.... E d Estfct rt A Nurse ..............,. ....... Another Nurse ..,.. ...... Soda Clerk ,.,,.... .... Madeline ..,...,,..,..,.,........,, .... . Barbara LeRoy LaDora Pugsley Herbert Pahl . Sharon Averitt Dorothy Schiller ................., ..... P at MCFeely Florence Da na Moorhead ...,... Bellboy .............,,................... Sarah Wilson Alan LaTourette 'TXXY 4, I A - 4 4.- -s xx ,- 1 ' ' .oi , ' Q W, ' A 4 I M ,I A 1 A I w i A 1- E 'i SETAGE CREW F' n , 9 4 GOTNG IN "FLASH" BIRTHDAY PARTY 'N 4 .HJ A A WORKING! E' A ' BOE... GENE SENIUPS "CHE ER LEADERS" TPINNING THE TREE ELSTONIAN isa! v- L , 4 X i I l f i . .s Q l ,X R., if 4' -vr i Q ,rs lil? in W, ,,, WE ' 3 Qi i :- 1: 4: Row 1-Barbara LeRoy, Nancy Weisflog, Grace LaBorn, Ann Messner, Beverly Westphal, Donna Siebert, Elizabeth Clark. Row 2-Betty Jones, Sharon Averitt, Mitzie Campbell, Sue Michael, Janet Hornbeck, Mary Ann Shiparski, Gloria Kreft. Row 3-Bernie Krockover, Al Kohl, Wayne Keithley, Tom Cramblet, Alan LaTourette, Harry Westphal, Miss Shepherd lsponsorj. Absent-'Mary Beth Crooks, Robert Wilke From fall to spring the ELSTONIAN workers gathered at the sixth period in wigwam 214 to publish the annual. Under the patient supervision of Miss Shepherd the twenty-two little Indians, selected members of a volunteer senior group, worked diligently amidst 'flying ing "typewriter-tom-toms." After distributing the books, the squaws and braves looked over their hours of hard work and considered the publication another achievement which the 1950 Class of Red- skins had accomplished. arrows, "smoke-signal" deadlines, and beat- Editor-in-Chief .......... Business -Manager ........ ......... Circulation Manager ...... ...... Advertising Managers ........ ...... Art Editor ........... Photographers ....,. Faculty Editor .......... Senior Class Editors ...... ...... Harry Westphal Tom Cramblet Sue Michael Janet Hornbeck Barbara LeRoy Elizabeth Clark ......Bob Wilke Alan LaTourette Wayne Keithley Mary Ann Shiparski Nancy Weisflog Bernie Krockover The staff was as follows: Junior Class Editor ......... Sophomore Class Editor ..... Activities Editors ........,, Feature Editor ....... Boys' Sports Editor ...... Girls' Sports Editor ....,. Make-up Editor ..... Typists ..........A.. 3 1 Gloria Kreft Ann Messner Sharon Averitt Mitzie Campbell Betty Jones Alfred Kahl Beverly Westphal Mary Beth Crooks Grace LaBorn Donna Siebert TRIBAL INSIGNIA Ackley, Mark - What do you say? Angeledes, Joyce - Nice to know. Arndt, Mary Ann - "Sweet." Arnold, Nancy - Intelligent. Averitt, Sharon - Simple, sweet, sincere. Bagrukovich, Marie - Beautiful red hair, a Brenda Starr of M. C. Baiiii, Virginia - Teacher, is this right? Bareni, Clarence - A senior at last. Bauer, Constance - Not to be overlooked. Bazia, Fred - Another Sammy Snead. Beck, Arbutus - Her interests lie elsewhere. Behrndt, John - He comes to school to learn. Berg, Elwin - I got to be a senior foster than you. Bernoske, Daniel - Milton Berle of M. C. High. Bohlim, Anthony - Who said only women can cook? Bracken, Tom - Going places. Brooks, Phillip - He always has a smile. Bryan, Jean - She likes a basketball star. Burnett, Maryette - "Lost." Burnham, Mary - "Kitten on the keys." Burrell, Oneida - She's really athletic. Burris, James - ls there a doctor in the house? Campbell, Joan - Take a letter, Miss Campbell. Campbell, Mitzie - "A" whiz in English 8. Chinski, Geraldine - "Gerry." Chrapkowski, Eleanor - A little bundle of energy. Clafiin, Robert - I.et's forget women for a few minutes. Clark, Alta - New, but ooh!! Clark, Elizabeth- Spice in her speech as it were. Clark, Judith - Pep sessions were her headache. Clark, Sue - Sweater girl. Clarke, Allen - Sharon likes his smile. Collins, Beverly - Oh, that hair! Covington, Barbara - They say women are talkative people, and l'm sure Barbara has no equal. Cramblet, Tom - "Gee, I wish I were a genius." Crooks, Mary Beth - A little girl with a lot to say and always saying it. Dagenhart, Donna - Getting fun out of life. Daher, John - Come and ask me anything about it. Davis. Dick - How's my girl? Which one? There she goes! Dolezal, Donna - The girl that gets around. Drehmel, Dan - To be with a girl he'll never decline. Dunn, Patricia - Wherever Pat is, there's music. Easterday, Audrey - Her crowning glory is straw-colored. Eberly, Etta May - "Shorthand was easy." Ebersole, Marilee - A hard worker. Eckert, Jeanette - "Trouble's my pastime." Eddy, Dianna - Here is one good woman driver. Eggers, Gene - "I couldn't get my car started." Ellison, John - One of the boys. Erickson, Tom - The artistic touch. Estfan, Edmund - A great actor. Feig, Catherine - "Seeing much, hearing much, and studying much are the three pillars of learning." Fenton, Pat - Sweet girl, smart girl, soft voice. Ferenc, Casimir - Shy! Field, Marilyn - Girl with a thousand questions. Foody Betty - Wedding bells! Foss, John - The only man with a beautiful curve. Frame, Robert - The boy with all the answers. Franckowski, Gene -4News-Dispatch helper. Franks, Sally - "But, Mr. lrgang, I don't understand!" Fredenburg, Don - Silence is more eloquent than words. Fuller, Gail - If there's a man near, she can find him. Gallas, Gene - Drummer boy. Gau, James - Doesn't say much. Germain, Mert - Long Beach golfer extraordinary. Gielow, Gene - Enlarge the doorway. Glasscott, Glory - "Do I like a football? Uh-huh!" Grattenthaler, Matthew - "All the girls want me." Green, Delores - The green means "Go far." Griffiths, Marvin - Dark and curly hair. Gring, Robert - A visitor from Chicago? Holler, Don - Hall Patrol captain. Hallin, Laurence - "Life has its charms, l admire the female ones." Harris, Bill - Built for endurance, not for speed. Hedstrom, Wilbert - Music man - clarinet and saxophone. Heise, David - Man of few words. Hellman, Edgar - "Quiet." Henckel, Dale - "They call me 'Dempsey' for short." Henson, Regina - Black-haired beauty. Herod, John - The forgetful type. Hileman, Ruth - A faithful girl. Hoffman, Bill - Wise, witty, wolfish. Hohl, Bill - Silent sometimes, other times ----- Hoogenboom, Bernie - "She was a phantom of delight, when first she gleamed upon my sight." Hornbeck, Janet - "Sugar and spice and all that's nice." Houck, Richard - "Unhand me, girls, I'm a boy-scout." Howard, .lack - lt's about time. Huff, Charlotte-Troubles or not, she goes right on working. Hullings, Bob - He can speak Polish, too. Hurley, Pearl - Pretty blue eyes. Inman, John- The man with the horn. Ivey, Mary - A clinging vine. Johnson, Jerry - He makes haste slowly. Jones, Betty - Sophisticated lady. Kohl, Al - You don't know, do you? Kasten, Gene - Man of distinction. Keithley, Wayne - "Women - Bah - but girls ---- " Kelly, Margaret - Good at playing the piano. Kleebank, Donzetta - Honor Roll. Kneisley, Charlene - Girl of my dreams. Kniola, Max - Mischievous! Koepke, John - "Flirt." Kondo, John - Why talk when you can listen? Konkey, Miriam - "No more work for me." Kreft, Gloria - Secretarial type. Kreighbaum, Joan - Doesn't start a iob unless she can finish it. Krockover, Bernie - "Oh, that I were as great a man as I would have you think I am." Kroening, Henry - "Sailor boy." Krusinski, Chester - Man about town. Kubsch, Neil - "Looking Out the Window." Kurczewski, Lucille - An industrious senior. Kuskowski, Adeline - Docile as a lamb. LaBorn, Grace - Goodness Grace-iousl LaTourette, ATan - Tall and lanky. Lemons, Joyce - Sour but yet sweet. LeRoy, Barbara - What a wonderful disposition! Lesk, Eleanor - "Silence is golden." Levendowski, Joan - She's got Jack on her mind. Lewalski, Paul - Who gets the car tonight? Lewis, Diana - My boyfriends and I. Lindborg, Oliver - "Morning Glory." TRIBAL INSIGNIA Lisak, Mary Jane - Musical voice. Lucas, Janice - She's at home in a gym. Lyons, Dorothy - Small, but very efficient. Maiot, Mary Lynn - Her heart's in Arkansas. Mathias, Susan - Take note, fellows! McAlpine, Joann - The cellist of our orchestra. McFeely, Patsy - Spry as a kitten. McMurray, Marcy - Better late than never. Mesko, Robert - What's wrong with M. C. high girls? Messner, Ann - Keeps her sunny side up. Michael, Sue - Elstonian campaign manager. Miller, Donna - "Giggles." Miller, Richard - Baseball whiz. Mohamed, Harold - One of the fellows. Nichols, Gene - "Rusty." Nichols, Nancy - "I got my job early." Novak, Theresa - A short order and make it a blonde. Noveroske, Robert - "Brass choir is my joy." Nowfel, Josephine - There is trust and friendliness in her. Ohms, John - "I can't get every one in my car!" Otto, Irene - Quiet, but . . . Pohl, Herbert - "l'm tough! See!" Parry, Marian - Senior play's Aunt Jenny. Penfold, George - Boys with the cars. Penfold, Jack - Peters, Lewis - "To make me happy, let me argue." Phelps, Delores - Office practice girl. Prahl, Marilyn - The girl with friends in LaPorte. Pugsley, LaDora - "What's up, Doc?" Purta, Ruth - Sports were her best subiect. Reinholz, Robert - A lot of speed at the end of the race. Richards, James - Hall Patrol flirt. Richardson, Lora - That all important ring adorns her finger. Richmond, Levi - Determined! Ridenour, lvan - "l'm out to conquer the world." Ritchie, Richard - Silently he walks the halls. Rogowski, Marjorie -- She likes them tall. Rohde, Beverly - Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Rose, Robert - Now and then this man of wit will con- descend to talk a bit. Rowray, Jacqueline - Pals in St. Mary's high. Rubin, George - Man about town. Ruetz, Ray - Oh, that crew cut! Russell, Roland - The intellect. Rux, Mary Jean - A very hard worker. Sadler, Cynthia - See her comin' round the bend. Sage, Doris -- Enthusiastic. Sage, Dorothy - One of the two who passed this way. Samys, Lorraine - She's neat, she's sweet, from her head to her feet. Saracoff, David - Mysterious look in his eye. Schaefer, Paul - One who will go far. Schelling, Harold - You'll find him playing tennis. Schlegelmilch, Bill - "Chemistry is my love." Schomacker, Wayne - Busy boy! Schultz, Louis - Which one is it? Schumaker, Donald - "Much study is a weariness to the flesh." Schwanke, Carolyn - A pleasant disposition. Shiporski, Mary Ann - A woman of few words . remarkable! Siebert, Donna - Speed-ball Siebert. Simmons, Frankie - New and works hard. Simon, Richard - Laughing Boy. Slaughter, Robert - Oh, those shoulders! Slisher, Vernon - The iudge of the Student Court. Smiertelny, Lawrence - "The girls run after me, but l don't let it worry me." Smith, Marguerite - Quiet, sweet, and serene. Smith, Philip - Hall Patrol captain. Smalenski, Joe - "Schmo" only in name. Sommerfeld, Warren - The fast one in the mile. Sonnenberg, Irvin - Studies never bothered him. Spears, Donald - What a physique! Spicer, Allan - "Lefty" on the baseball team. Sprong, Ray - Valuable articles come in small packages. Storen, Trish - She does little kindnesses which most leave undone or despised. Stradtner, Joyce - " 'Tis love that makes the world go round." Swanson, Lawrence - Our ten o'clock scholar. Swim, Robert - The strong, silent type! Sydow, Melvin - "The Navy! That's for me." Szabo, Ronald - "Sorely l am distressed." Tanski, Joseph - Strong for athletics, he plays them all. Thibideau, Lois - Hears all, knows all. Thomas, Jacqueline - Secretary at the Police Station, Todd, Jack - "The Great Lover." Tompkins, Dan - Believes in having fun. Topolski, Ted - The gum chewer. Vine, James - "When ioy and duty clash, let duty go to smash." Walk, Joanne - "Happily I walk!" Weisfiog, Nancy - Men prefer blondes. Wellman, Carole - The tall and stately reporter. Wenzel, Jacquelyn - Sunshine's only rival. Werdin, Richard - "l live in the century of big ideas." Werner, Mary Ann - Hard work always gets you some- where. Werre, Kathleen - Always smiling and never weary. Westphal, Beverly - Happily the young men will regard you. Westphal, Donald - Friend, whatever hardships may come. Westphal, Harry - Elstonian Editor-in-Chief - Ala - Ala! White, Charles - "Shorty," White, Louis - "This play I'II throw a pass. Catch it!" Wiegert, Donald - A mind of his own. Wilke, Betty - Petite. Wilke, Robert - "Planting there our feet, we stand secure." Wilke, Thomas - "l have made a footprint." Williams, Fredonia - A smile goes a long way. Wilson, Sarah - She's always there. Wilson, William - "Explain it to me." Witek, Lawrence - A wonderful fellow to know, our president. Wold, Harold - "A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing." Wolford, Gloria - "Thus happily you accomplish your task." Wolford, Nancy - "She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant to think on." Wright, Virginia - Small but mighty. Zitzelberger, Louise - "Zit." . ra , . . -.. 're gy- - 4 Q. .,.f ',,: .I ff ' I' B, ... 2-1- if I L ?iSg.1!E -1 al QW V 'k 559' gm 1 Mx My NJ'-RQ, .of- 'Qw- THREE YEARQS AGO 4- 5' - .s -2 2 - X 1 fn N -r K 1 , Q QF- 117- . 2: '- 1' - ' i ' iz -, r 9 if, ' ,- 31' xx -1 . 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Jzlinjidif gigiml JUNIOR CLASS ffs Marvin Pozdol, vice-president, Robert Szot, president, Catherine Ohms, secretary-treasurer Miss Klueh and Mr. Miller, sponsors. When the sophomores entered senior high, Miss McConkey and Mr. Miller were chosen to be their tribal heads. Robert Szot as presi- dent, Robert Bartels as vice-president, and Eleanor Utterback as secretary-treasurer were the little chiefs. The Sophomore Party, "Shine on Harvest Moon," was held in the senior high gym on October 2, 1948. Tribal games and dances were enioyed. The squaws and braves of the Junior Class were led into battle by Robert Szot, president, Marvin Pozdol, vice-president, and Catherine Ohms, secretary-treasurer. Miss Klueh and Mr. Miller administered medicine when neces- sary. Their battle consisted of receiving wam- pum at the "trading post" after school and at high school athletic contests and of working on the iunior-senior prom. During the year they worked hard on their Junior play, "Meet Me in St. Louis," which proved to be a big success under the coach- ing of Miss Klueh. Adams, De Wayne Albertson, Clyde C .,. Atkins, Earla Jean x Bahar, Lorice A ' -, fi ,' Baines, Ronald . - X' Xi 1 W " in in Q Arndt, Dolores --1-. 1-w -X , if f 5 4 fl l -15. :I . X . ss, Y Barr, Sally 'r 1 Barrels, Robert , N A 'J' 'G Q Beebe, Carol s Q -, Bielski, Lorraine A 3 E Biever, Thomas 1 , . Bitts, Donald 1, l S .M f Block, James , -Q 'J We K, 1 N - ' Boese, Janet ' 'E " gf' ,. '15 -'C-T - X' Bridwell, Jerald i 4:5 , 'V 'V N Brinkman, Richard wi ' , Bfolly, vema Mary ' ' . . -A Brooks, Carl i, 8 ., . Brown, Gertrude sky, A ,H fam Buell, Barbara Qs 'Ag' ' , " W 'I 4. : Bullord, JoAnn i. ' " ,- . ' B ,,. Q- ' - Burch, Robert Y W, ' l i V bg? My Buren, Sue ,, np . b sufkhqn, seine 151 , I -, ,sgi 1 f X if ' ' i ' X i ' uf A' ' 3 pl - ' "YS ii K V AE' ' f' Ml" '- :H - J L -fl' A , ,J 'sf- , 0 -1 9 - I l 'ffvmjs K fi s,V- -L' N., 3, ,. .' A .Qi G S , ei: . iq, ', age . W f , X A ff, X Y vi .-. 3' fl VQV' 5 " . , A ll s it R , ,. K., 1 W 94 I. S' A "L it? ii' ,fl 'if 4-Q if ,W i il Sig? Q A im 4 ' if' Q - Q -3 mn- W ,Y ' K. A 4 37 Burns, Melva Caddo, Margie Claflin, Bonnie Clifford, David Coan, Murcia Coar, Marlene Coates, Harry Cofer, June Collins, William Cox, Anita Crawford, Esther Dean, Edwin Dekker, Ronnie Denow, Janice Devetski, Robert Dittmer, Lawrence Dombrowsky, Phyllis Downs, Melvin Downs, Richard Downs, Shirley Dwyer, Richard Edwards, Robert Elliott, Patricia .Ellis, Robert ,Tl we , -W ,R Q 5 -fl 'Tl' ,ry 1, V i 1 Pa CJ ,gf I.. AQ Emmons, Annette Erickson, Charles Q Estfan, Beverly 5, Farris, Helen Feallock, Connie Field, Melvin I V Y xj C 'A " - Fredenburg, Roger fl, , A ,. Fritz, Nancy B 1- if ' Q 'E " "' ' M V Fritz, Randall 54- I 3 ui-ji! Froehlke, Dolores N , ' Fuller Diane fr X 1 Sf j f -'," ' "ij Q ' ,xl V Furness, Gordon 2 z 2 ' ' , ' I ' QQ . n. Q I i 'E Y A Garbe, Clarence ' v Geering, Cherrie V n W- " Gembara, Lorraine il' vig-, 15 Geyer, Jackleen it Q Y ' Zi ,, Glassman, Richard 'M , Glenn, Carylmae x T. wx, Goch, Lois 2 N la Q Q Q M 7: as Griffith, Deloris E ,N i ,I ,, ,L Groendyke, William A D' " ' Ei' V ' '1 Grott, Barbara ' gi M ' 5 V - V xg Wwe? Gu:IssI,I Lguis I A Zggvgi V ., . 2,5 Ek ,ft a , ever y A I L ia 'X x I L Haller, Philippa A ' Handtke, Richard 'T fs 7 ' 1 ,i 9' Q .f- "X Hanish, Daniel , ILT- 2, + , 1' ' ' Harbart, James 7 ,QV ' W-.Q V r Y'?,. W Harmon, Delores X f. ' R -Y I, V Harris, Beverly . 3-' ggi I 4 'K lv R 1: , l Hart, Janella all Hatcher, Richard 4, 3 ti 'L' - Hatfield, Eugene ' l N-qu , K .YI Heflner, Thomas yu fr ' if-' iv Y 4: Hellman, Shirley A V 1, fs, Henckel, Beverly ' J 'ggi ' 5, if 1 v its 'H ' R Hibner, Eloise Hibnick, Gerald 1 '. .M L - -- J Q, ,L :ca 4 I 9 Hileman, Margaret V ' .11 V 4-5. "Q ,M . Hohl, Richard I' 'W X, wi my 'b' 1 'I Hundt, Ronald ' Ne eff ' 4, qu Hunsle E 'A 'V' :Al y, ugene 1 X I , . Q1 'fe Ai i nl 1 A 'M . at lngelson, Robert 5 N ' Irons, Ray ' ..-V -- ' V. ., J- 4' E A Jacobucci, Angelo . - in 4 J ' , Jankowski, William W l ':' - V 'F Jarlia, Shirley - K ' ' ' Jarnutowski, Patricia 1 My l 38 FNBQ Johnston, Carolyn H . Jordan, Charles 7 Jost, Charles - E f iw 'S f K l Sh- Konkey, Joan X- ' Kosakowski, Leon 5- , Kaiser, Geraldine S 5 ' QM w J ' -P li" 1 Kalil, Barbara 5 ex ,il ,I its' :N A xx ,J My K"'kf A"U" 'fl it Y .lr, 1 K I il 71 5 "" - . . ,, ...V. .,.. ..,.. , Q c, , A 2 A , ,A Kamont, Richard 'i ' v . ,, ' Q' ' Kemp, James V 'T if H V' "C A' we Q , v 5 Kempf, David ' ,Q .QV "N A- M ' Keppen, David N, .. as I, 51 KePPe"' John 2 D - ,,.., ' gs Killingbeck, Roy I 5 J , V ,. Q, 1: i f A ' S1 ii ,s., - , f 2 Kinsey, Ruth 7, Q, -1-3' J 1 F Kneisley, Dianne W fi J S '21 1 1, 'ff ,VP IQ 3 . Kohzer, Louise tj T bg, F1 . w ' A Kolasa, Dorothy 2 .. N ' . if Q Q '54 . Kuszmaul, Elsie ' LaBorn, Joan 1" " Ladd, Elbert N F", . Ladwig, Arthur Ex ' Avvi W Lansberg, Dale "1 Lantz, Dale V '- . X . 'Qi X -4+ Y' l cl -P -I..-Q ,Q K' .. Xl is it ss: Q M4 U A 1 .wg Q' ' W- ' ,H AX , . A -R L .17 -S , W Q? -1 . , bi k xxx QF! .Q 'al ,Q X ix: if Y ,5 J J 3 - f',4ri L it V 39 J 1331 'X 'x il is Vs., if Q, ' . ,f ,Lf if A I1 il' l I D Laughrey, Jack Lawler, Jane LeRoy, Catherine Leser, Lois Leverenz, Thomas Lieber, Ralph Lindborg, Norman Linde, Evelyn Lindemon, Bonnie Lindeman, Nancy Love, Patricia Lowey, Murleda Lowey, Merna Luscomb, Joan Molwin, Jarl Marshall, Jackie Mason, Audrey Mason, Betty Mason, Rex Mathers, Robert McKee, Joan Middleton, Robert Mohnssen, Nancy Moon, Patricia , X 3 n! l Ps I ...J In Olson, Barbara ,,,-,. Pahl Daniel R ,, E Parks Esther it' , ' Patterson Sidney N ,x X X ' Pearce, James ' Q v Petoskey James , 9 ' M7 :suv Pohl Carolina -if-ii! Q ,, N , ' '- X .v at -J -fe 6 E c Q Q ,. A it ,X V 5 3 .J - f- , 'S K xv ' Nr, v x .f " Wai "Q K ll 'z-. 4 Q ,Q t, PA Q ,J Q' S XR . Q i V 1 N... L 1 x . -tw -1 fx! "" " N-mx-f Moore Thomas A Neff Frank Nelson Ollie ' Putz, Kenneth -- -l N H Radke Lester w Ramsey Bobble Rapp James Shaia, Francis K 8 3 x bi Shikany, Gloria N T N K .3 sg, C 17 , . Simmons, Barbara il L ' tx , , .. qc 'I i ... , ""N K' Sioberg, Carl 'Ii "" 3 ' lbw 'fs ' 'N' Sperling, Fritz L . J A we , ' f t Q- ,Ii l NN' W Steepro, Donna EJ V' 1? S ie. E .i,, Steinborn, James S Steinhagen, Edward ' fi -Q . 'fm -gg A i ' 0 Steinke, Bruce c , -- A' - fr " Stolze, Nancy iw 3 -7 - Stone, Kenneth V V 5 5-:,gE.Qi5':E'2iZ ogcw Strutz, Lorraine . , ER 1 Swain, Richard . ,Z 4 'NV Sweeney, James .f 3 .R 1 V I V , N' Szot, Robert " M ' 53' ' fi " , uf' Taber, Richard ., -5 N ' M Q , 5 . F "ml Tolman, Mary Anne V iv ,Mi " F' ig-542 J el . Q Trottier, Charles -4 -. V, ,' o f 2 ,,"' L Y Tfiisiq gi? Y' Heb, , ug ,..-. Q 'h , , -2 ,E ' X -Q , ,.s1!f'--'a Zigi? s' ,, M ..,, ' .- , K. H- - . . e - -1. fa ,N . . Ulrich, Adele 5 ' , is -"kv , ' Utterback, Eleanor 1 a. W .,, Q . N W " Q ff 5 , Vance, Grace v v WT!! yn gf' ,, Walker, laurett V-.1 X s Q- W, , Weber, Thomas ,L "He" ' x 11, ' if L. Westphal, Velma " 'V 5, 'ff 'NM , M A , ' 31 2 W' ' S f " N if 1 1 " ' if -5 No Pictures: Hahn, Richard Moore, Thomas O. CY VM, . - Ml , Egg, 5, cyl, glide V Rebac, Caroline Q! "4 Steinborn, Eldon Williams, Wayne Zimmerman, Bert wan, Earl . I .1 Will, James A' :if A -' 4- 4 D V, 'gift Williams, Earlene ' 'l -A 2 p , J ' Williamson, Don Q ' V s l Y Wilson, Frank , - ZX .. X' vm N Q Wiseman, Lois i "lr Nur.. Y 1. me 'J 5? , A . I H it R Wolfe, Thomas g .Ax C, 1. Q. , 'P 9 E' in ,, ' A lt- Q Wolford, Gaylen . :N ' - . V L . t Wolford, Henry 1. Y ' ' so ' ' Kev, Sv Wood, Richard "XL X' . . N ' ' Q . . .1 Woodruff, William W X N ,JAX fn 5 Worth, Charlotte V Woss, Monica 5' Wright, Marilyn 'Lf Wright, Mary Jane K N X W A " 'ffl' . W "",,' N 4' V' H' L W gif ":' ,fl K ' a ix, "Si ' ,- fix? V A fx ,. ' 41 Young, Don f H l Young, Eunice f V - Young, Roosevelt JUNIOR CONCESSIONS Row 1-Bonnie Lindeman, Dianne Kneisley, Tom Moore, Jerry Riley, JoAnn Bullard, Sue Buren, Monica Woss, Eldon Steinborn, William Groendyke. Row 2-Carol Pohl, Jackie Schroeder, Cathy Ohms, Merna Lowey, Betty Mason, Esther Crawford, Shirley Downs, Margaret Hileman, Lorraine Bielslri, Anne Noesges, Rolena Samuelson, Philippa Haller. Row 3-Dolores Arndt, Delores Harmon, Lorna Ritchie, Jim Sweeney, Jim Kemp, Lester Radlre, Richard Hohl, Earl Will, Melvin Field, Frances Rees, Connie Fealloclx, Deloris Griffith, Dolores Froehlke, Jane Lawler, Verna Brolly. "Easier to feed an Indian than ro fight him" This is the chant of the concession workers who have labored endlessly, selling at the football and basketball games, at noon, after school, and at the sectionals. The hard-working juniors will be rewarded for their efforts at the "trading post" by giving the Junior Prom and presenting the 'l95'l "Elstonian.'7 42 iz JUNIOR PLAY if,-,,A f'xYi XX A On November 'l8, 1949, the Junior Class ably presented in the iunior high auditorium "Meet Me in St. Louis," written by Sally Ben- son. The capacity crowd immensely enjoyed the performance, directed by Miss Genevieve Mr. Stnith ....... Mrs. Smith ...... Rose ......,...,,, Esther ....... Ag nes ....... CAST Earl Will Frances Rees Anne Noesges Connie Feallock Verna Mary Brolly Tootie .....,..............,.. ...,. B onnie Lindeman Lon ........................,,...,. ....... R obert Bartels Grandpa Prophater Katie ......... ..,.........,.,,,., . .....'.Ierry Hibnick Deloris Griffith Klueh. A bouquet of thanks to the cast and director for a splendid and worthwhile evening of entertainment! Mrs. Waughop ...... ..... M arilyn Wright ldq Bpothby .,.,,, ,..,. J ackie Schroeder John Shephard ..... ...... T homes MOOFG Fred Gregory ........ ....... J ames Sweeney Lucille Pentard ...... ....... K Grin Rudolph Mr, Dodge ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,. R ichcrcl Welsh Mr, Duffy ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.. .l erald Riley Streetcar Condu ctor ..,.,,.. .,,... R ichard l'lOl'1l CARD'-YN WATCH THAT! CHIEFS W v K . 5 'S 1 . .J f- . '- J", bf PUZZLED + KARIN AND ELSIE SANTA HQIDGES YEA! com:,PLeAse 'xxlvf 5054 "MEET ME IN ST. Lows" Q Msnvm 44 RANDALL Q E SJIQFTQQ '- Mil f if V I . Q ,r 4? iii' f if .JQEQL 'ri 2,2 M U'-GH' 2 Mountoins loom upon the pcxth we take Yonder peck now rises sharp and ciecxrp Behold! It stands with its hecid uplifted Thither we go, since our woy lies there. f i 217 QM , ' f ii i' ..1,S' 7 ,' ,.- it 77-f iii l A fix xjS'N Y , K K refs' Msg!-' i X . 44' 7 M41 my fmw1wQL MfI I Yfx W4 I. if ,WJ ji, ?MZg2'2 XXV , 3 ,f ' ' Lf' H 1950 Xjvmfg W 1. ,I '?,1:.,s!r.Ri 'QQg WW X N! L"jllf:."i 1 ilk Elslolliall Q ,Mx -- - VJ, ' oi' .Q mf- ,- I ' 'PO ff if wiwfwjfjw ffl My f Ji 3265196 Wai my Y ". Q95 .A wg 3 X ' N3 ' N N 'N-h .hw XI 4. ., , ' " 'N ' . .- 9' 1 X Xa 5: Ng ' - X lf, 'N ' '. x . -h :X X X . X 5 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS .J l l I 4, I I Q t j. fl x ii: L 'ii f"""-r"FNX Y lorry Powell, secretary-treasurer, Tom Rux, president, Don South, vice-president. Mrs. Urquhart and Mr. Wagner, sponsors. Mrs. Jeonette Urquhart and Mr. Harold Wegner were chosen by the Sophomore Class to be its counselors for the school year. Tom Rux, president, Don South, vice-president, and Larry Powell, secretary, were the big leaders that ossisted the chiefs. The main event of the year for this group is always the Sophomore Pa.rty. This year the party was held on November 5, 1949, in the girls' and boys' gyms. The theme was "Babies' Bowl," and "sophies" came dressed as babies. Marlene Estfon ond Bob Straw- Soon the "sophs" will be moving up to fill the juniors' "moccosins," and later they will bridge received first prize for being the best- dressed babies. become the mighty "warriors." Abraham, Lila Lee Ada, Joseph Allen, John A, v gf Q N ng K-T53 Anderson, Jacqueline , KI ' - Y Anderson, Randall f-5 A ly R fi ,sf f A Id ,ch I 1 B X E - f . r , ngee es ar es 4, as 3 X ',' A gg , ft Li a r gl Y C g S Angeledes, Raymond Antisdel, Donald Ashby, Donald Averitt, Ann Bahar, Virg A , L, qi? s 4 A i' F ' 4- . iniu ,ai x t if , V Baker, Sophie - ,. - x ' z ' - V 4 r Balow, Barbara Barker William .5 li Z..-ND, Bartluzik, Eugene my i Beach, James Bechinski, lfhyllis V I 2 ' ' " xy .1 1 f X Beck, Lou Beck, Velma Beckman, Bruce Beebe, Betty Bennett, Ellen is 'je Mk ' Ns. 5, 4,5 V' . ?" Bennett, Richard 'Q ' V. 5" l ,Q t ., Benton, Barbara .Qia n 'F' 4 Q ii, m eflrjlg Berry, Earl -. Bielski, Gloria 'D T' Biggs, Roland l 7 ' ' Bixler, Roger N X ,X ' V ,. Blamey, Erinnolda C rx I I 'll Blocksom, Barbara all .1 .4 f' T , Bonner, Duane C' - Bowden, Mary an "W 'R 4 ' 3 'A Bowmar, Daniel ' - my V A -- Braginton, Jerry W , K Breskin, Sally K Brooks, Robert ll L . 5 ,X H. 6 r' " Brown, Barbara '19 9. '- ' ' ' A 'Q f i ' , A Campbell, Robert el., o ' A ' Jw a .7 Chrapkowski, Joseph Q E ' , A chain-ne, Joiner. ,M 5 Y Cohen, Gerald 14- - i . - ,iz N 'wi Collins, Norma df' lJi...a If f -' B . ,fi A , Q -V JA" . , 'ir LQ Cook, James YM I .. 'Pt " - Cowgill, David Q A 1' Q, - ' RL Cox, Betty Jo I t " , Q Cramblet, Mary Carol Crook Margaret 'K ' x X EK M I ,L Curiningham,Donna 47 Curry, Luann Dabbert, Donald l', f ' s 2 ...w Q' Dabney, Lonnie ' ' ' b ., Davis, Doris X l "V Davis, Jerry xyjlxif, H , l - 211'-'NN Delaney, Stephen .SH-me if I.. I 'xt Delco, Richard , 7 ' Dickerhoff, Pauline " "' f' ' ' . 1 Dohner, Ralph Q ' ' l h Dolson, Allan J! X wr ' ' y f-V Q Downs, Donna A V V Drake, Donald LQ' . 9 .1 -if-'QS Dreske, Carole 'E Eberly, Dorothy N ' -N V' " Edwards, George G . . Y Ellison, Carl ' H' is 'i Esmoer, Laurie N ' , ir? H I' N Estfan, Marlene ax. lr Y Farrell, Robert A 2 A, f , O 1 Fogus, Harold Q Q M' F ' Ta Fogus, Phyllis ' ' ' ' ' , ' - N Ford, Patricia ' lb. lv A we 9 Y ,Qeixl 'Aix Q Foss, Paul W ' V , .V TNQ ta R" ish ' 4- Foster, Dudley I - 5,1 'l . ',', , 'I' X ,B V Q L L-, , A ' F X l K 7. F Francltowski, Shirley f A ' Fredenburg, Rodney .2 Froehlke, Joan 'A '- Gallion, Jerry - '- Gandy, Diane 'A Gembara, Natalie in 6 xx' . V tl A '- lf Gan, Norma f' - "5 Glassman, Betty gig?-we YQ F 7 , 1- Greene, Sharon 'N - , Q Greene, Thomas 4 -X, 1 I Griliin, James l X 'f l I Grimes, James Y.: :fl iivg X L L- 4 A V Gring, Marlene f Gring, Richard qi 5 4 f g , Gross, Bonnie 1 . s a "V 2 "N t 'V ' Hall, John f - - 'l 3' ,Q f Hancock, LaVerne R 1- 4 1' XY H ' , J k ,145 ' . arris ac 3 It sm .U AQ ' 1 - il sd' Harris, Jane Heiden, Frank Hellman, Marilyn Helsing, Roy Helton, Ronald Henclnel, Carole ,Mk ' . Ku A ll I 4- ' 'Tb 0 U V9 C ' r A 1 Hillman, Richard Hinchman, Thomas .J J l ' l : 0 Hogan, Nancy A K ,A 'T 4 X ' ' W Holaric, Robert ' , sf' -4 XS" lg, V , Honyak, Frank . ' "fs X X' " -5 Mm IQ-:gg riyz r ir Houck, Madie Huff, Leslie V Hunsley, Nola ' ' ' 'H ' , Hunter, Ann 9- f '- Hunter, Curtis sr .f 'fm K f is, s f i XX ,, . A, .JW Johnson, Arthur M F 5 Johnson, Richard , ,ll c, - 7 T1 - xp gy '2- - Jones, Jerry K nl." ve- , , -W V lc l Jones, Kenneth 1 'H ,f ' ' f 1 Y: Joseph, Anthony " f if f N' ' Jost, Barbara 4 f N ' i 3 L K 'x Q Kaminslxi, Virginia I Kaser, Robert - is " f- ,A 1-,V ,Q Y Keene, Richard .. , ' 'Q r A 451 Kennedy, Patricia I , K K ! v Q5 ,se 1 X 13- Keppem Jean ' Ii , c'aiii-.55 v N Gil -be Kessler, Jerome W ,i , i" . jf,5,, Ii. i 'iii-, Kill, Donald ,, - , 4 Kintzele, Joyce ' 7 if -Q" V s t , . Koehler, Loretta Q ' ' . ' ' Y fs Kohrman, Arthur Qvlf " H L Kolasa, Lorraine - , , s 6 Koziolek, Joan l55'5is-,- '."N" - . FQI5 Krause, Gloria R .x , P L- Kriesel, William " ',. ' 7 Q., ' P 2 -' fx A Kuchik, Paul J 4- Qf I - ' Kuskowski, Gloria ,A v N Laslty, Donald v Lawless, Larry Qc A-Q ISN' Lee, Nancy ' 4 - l Q i N X A Lee, Neal g ' L f' 'f ' ' fr f - Lewis, Ethel v V- . , , j x Livings, James W 3,5 x, J i' ' Long, Willard I, ,X Y Lubiniecki, Marcella is hall 9 'V P' 2 f Lubs, Marlene , It Lucas, El Raye 33 A Malm, Isabella 5 - J Mansfield, Leon Marszalek, Aurie , ed li: QQ iw Martin, James Y MC ii l ' R- 49 T . Martin, Thomas ,., ,.. - h ' Mason, Carol ie L 3 s if I McAlpine, Patricia K Y X ' T T ' McCann, Arlene - " , W, Mclniire, Phyllis 1 S McKee, Ru:-sell . . . i Meilsfrup, Gerald , 3 A1131 5 2 M Meyer, Clarice , fi " K j A Miller, Craig ' . Q. I , 'RX 1 ' 5 Miller, Jerome T Q N ' ,Ng , - i Miller, Phyllis , z-N Q 1 ,I g . Q , X5 Mnchela, Ronald im 1 P of P f if 1 J f P A A .lv .A T iv J fx Q 'T Mohnssen, Ray ': , 2 Morgan, Robert L ' ' 4 ' Y Q Muckway, Roger ' ,I YR ' " l Nadaf, Margaret 1- 1 R3 I Neulieb, Loretta ' ' Niegos, Joan Nieman, James MN X . 121 :Ql H Nowfel, Florence ' " ' ' .3 C' 1, Nussman, Rachel . qi ' , 'gr I ' Ofcharchak, Jerome xv . -gi n E my tl J Orzech, Eugene . i l lx l 4 K Orzech, Shirley 1 ""'-' 1 - i fc is ,,. Otlersen, Geraldine xgmgf, Pawlik, Donald Q V, Q . . i 1 Q Pawloslu, Lorraine VV., 1 1: 4-bi is Q y ,, Penfold, William .. "I 1 Q -- . . , " Peters, Edward ' Q3 - PetroFf, Mary "i W E 'ill ,J 1 . , .J efia all :N ' P 1 1 ' X . Pliske, Thomas I Powell, larry .5 l r kgs? Pritz, Wallace 4 Robe, Dale " Y' ,-, - - ix - Q ,bsrr ,...,,, ,.- '-ff Radke, Earl ' Q 4 , --..,, -.sg X L Ramion, Phyllis Y 4 lf Qi x f VIEQQQ . J -. . ' Qu 51155323 ia w e . Rhoda, Jean W - V ,fa Q. Rinehart, Elaine ' f qu se, . Q , '81 1 . '. I WT X or ' Ritchey, Caryl ae , 5 4 -- 4 Wt Rogers, Donna . , gg . Y ' ' Rohde, Barbara , 3 'V yi' ' X Y Rolen, Frank W' i 1 X .fn ' V" V 1 1' 1, , x. , sf Rolen, Richard 1 ' F E Rosinski, Joan 1 ' Rosolik, Angeline Q ' "' ' ,, 2. . 'V' Rudnick, Robert .2 -5' .- ,V ' Rux, Thomas ., -.. N ' r Sadenwater, John -- , l ' "Q, 'X 50 Sadler, Gene Saiewski, Antoinette Saimassy, Ina Saturday, Richard Sawaya, Sonya Lee Scaife, Choicia Schle elmilch, Joan Schiundt, Robert Schultz, Robert Schultz, Marjorie Shadford, James Sheblosky, Wayne Shewbart, Virgil Shiparski, Donald Shue, Norman Sieb, Miriam Sink, Nancy Smith, Eunice Smith, Jeanne Smith, John South, Donald Sprague, Kathryn Standiford, Charles J Stibbe, Kay , ' 'f , .cs .ig - r ff' s- 1 in ' V Q., . sie. A 5 , Q 1 v sf AM 3 "N ,wil 1 i V-,A . 5, - -F 5 I 1 to-ia am T :L . ' Y' r F ... .'-' ,xxxfghf i f 'a' 5' r ,J it ' W- X' 1 i X , 1.9 ,lb Stiller, Elizabeth "7 , W' Strong, Wayne I 'fy Strawbridge, Robert v 'L Studer, Diane ' . Surface, Virginia hs - . Swanson, Nancy ' J 1 F pill" X Swanson, Ronald I '5 W ' Q ' ' , H -5 ' Terrey, Joan S Theeke, Yvonne gf' ..,.v Thomas, Mary R, 5 , ,xl V Thompson, James t if r k A A Ii AZ, run , Frank -. gi.. - ,, :- Q SX lx v ir, -1, . any f -mv 5 J ' ' ' 5 "" .eg 4 so w, A ' .: v J ' N 51 Tubbs, Leonard Turner, Clara Urbanski, Richard Valentine, Robe. Walters, Donald Warren, Thomas Webster, Carol Wendt, John Wenzel, Carol Werner, Edward Westberg, Mary Wheaton, Margy White, Hollis Wiersema, Betty Jr Q 'P , ' - Wilson, Jack I ' ' Wilson, Norman jg-, Y ,J ' Wingard, Nancy 'A A ,' At word, David 'E' 'SX fl V4 K -: ull. I Wolod, Donald ' ,Y . Wozniak, Raymond Wright, Carolyn '57 , Wrobleski, Joan Zeese, Carl ,, ui V , u X 5 ' Ziegler, Charles N , Zilis, James , " 4? Zollman, Deloris Zygmantowski, Aoron No Picture: I Chapman, Nora Milcarek, Michael li, ll "-v. 'lull ,, W it if Q Kxx X I W In U X Cx N X 14, I, y A is J " , 1 ' s . Q ,. ',1j.mMiv..qll m l X A V 1' Qulmy. X 4' : V Y xii-Ml f X I my - - 'PEN 1 , ff a cum i , mil li hah. yw N f X FX l 2, f 'I ll i 7 f X X 5' '- if ,Q I Tix Y A Q 3 I VJ 'W 5 5 ll 1 ' Wy, xi f ff, W I 52 MID-YEAR SOPHOMORES -sf' 9-Q' 1 H. tl l' Row l-Jane Urquhart, Lois Thompson, Phyllis McGahey, Georgia Steindrager, Geraldine Marciniak, Elene Schnick, Shirley McAlpine. Row 2-Ella louise Malchow, Novella Ponder, Marcia Meads, Lorelei Storey, Elaine Kozin, Wanda Pace, Marie Wolter, Mr. Cobbum fsponsorj. Row 3-Jim Wille, Kenny Pedue, Howard Paquette, Don Mclntyre, Charles Slisher, Le Roy Sydow, Bill Steinborn, John Troyer. Row 4-Hal Zolman, Dick Korn, Bob Miller, Herbert Woodruff, Russell Mason, Jim Thompson, Kenny Schreiber, Kenny Voltz. Absent:-Donald Mohamed. ap! 2 ' N1 Row l-Nancy Hathoot, Marlene Diedrich, Shirley Bowker, Doris Bohnstodt, Margaret Fox, Sally Hahn. Row 2-Dave Allgoad, Don Evans, Jo Hurley, Beatrice Burns, Phyllis Kahn, Judy Henry, Miss Stuart lsponsorj. Shirley Congdon, Nancy Johnsen. Row 3-Herbert Holtgren, Pearl Cpx, George Bartels, John Brooks, Donald Dambrowsky, Roger Holem, 'Row 4-Gene Burrell, Floyd Bentley, David Hapke, Garry Austin, Scott Davies, Charles Ahern, Jin' Gallagher, Don Karwick. 53 A I RED CROSS WORKERS enum-up commn'Tr-:E ."-3125 ,:n,f rv- . vi"'.f I 4 ,fI I ' m I ,I I - .. 4 xl" WHAT? WJOPHS H O F F I C. ERS K 1 ' . - I ,, 5, iq. f 12' MOM,'POP,4 BABY CI-IOW LINE. "EHS: Q BABIES BAND 1 SANTA GI- JIM .SMILE PRETTY! f :"' ii "' r Q e wp.. .M -Qzwu -'MJF '4M23zf,z:' H121 526 M 59 fr? wurufng 'O' ii P ag if ff f' is We 235 2? Z1-29 , I ld Wd I if wx y u 71 -,fgfmv , , Qefi-HZQQ i in 45? "r 1. ,gig gp r -5 ':l'-' ' Zilffg 3,1 " . 1 S' -'ffiz as 3 NX .- il NE RS x e4c...L 55 ISAAC C. ELSTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL J X . 5 5, 0 K. ,, rf., E l I "I ,T 1 1 Y . W - . ll Hx ll ' -j I fi l ull' ,hz l . if xl 4111 . 'X f . V r I J x, M , ,A Ax K. The mind of man, neglected and untaught, K- Q Is a rough diamond in the mine unwroughtg ' Till Education lends her art, unknown The brighest talents lie, a common stonep By her fair hand when fashioned, the new mind Rises with lustre, polished and refined. 5 X Tl X SMR 2 T Xl , bella G. A. A. I Choicia Scaife, Nancy Stolze, Miss Sebesta fsponsorj, Beverly Rohde, Neda Burrell. Every girl taking gym is a member of the Girls' Athletic Association, better known as the G. A. A. The G. A. A. meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month. Extra meetings are called when a new sport begins and new captains are elected by the girls. The captains then line up in rotation and choose the girls they want on their teams. The G. A. A. officers this year were Beverly Rohde, pres- identy Glory Glasscott, vice-president, and Peg- gy Hileman, secretary. Miss Frances Sebesta is the sponsor of the G. A. A. and supervises all games. A girl may participate in all sports or in iust the one or ones she desires. In the fall the program begins with soccer and hockey and ends with baseball in the spring. These games are played after school on Gill Field. During the year deck tennis, volleyball, and basketball are played in the gym. A girl receives five points for each game she plays. At the end of the school year the twenty girls with the highest points are a- warded athletic letters. Each girl playing on a winning team receives a small letter. The best athlete is chosen by the girls and receives a sweater. The sweater last year was award- ed to Delores Gill. ln November the girls had a Hobo party. For the program each gym class put on a short skit, then all present sang group songs. Later doughnuts, apples, and apple cider fwhich was served in tin cupsj were the re- freshments. SOCCER 4 -y-NTC, A-.yi K' X - L "- A il? 'NN .,. X f--fr 4, 3 3 y S .1 ' ' 'lwfi-"cw -fi' 9' ' ff -?g.f'QT : .-,' A. Row 1-Grace l.aBorn, Joan Kreighbaum, Shorty Blamey. Row 2-Pat Love, Beverly Wesfphal, Nancy Weisflog, Jackie Marshall, Peg Hileman, Glory Glasscott, Janice Lucas. The first sport of the season was soccer, their heads. The soccer champs this year were which was played on Gill Field. This game is Joan Kreighbaum's team. The runners-up played with a soccer ball, maneuvered with were captained by Beverly Rohde. the feet. Some of the better players also use Row I-Dorothy Lyons, Beverly Rohde, Barbara Rohde. Row 2-Sidney Patterson, Mary Lynn Maiot, Eleanor Utterback, Carole Wellman, Mary Burnham, Nancy Stolze, June Cofer, Donna Siebert. Absent-Mary Beth Crooks, Jackie Anderson. 37 HOCKEY X N r 'ff 37 Nz--.1 , V pi- Row l-Shorty Blamey, Glory Glasscott. Row 2-Janice Lucas, Mary Horton, Jackie Marshall, Mary Lynn Majot, Oneida Burrell. Absent-Sally Franks, Lois Leser, Anita Cox. Hockey was the next sport Gnd was also leather cricket ball, for the sticks we use bul- played on Gill Field. The Indians, who also 9e" heGdS- The winners in this Sport Were played hockey for recreation, used a fiat stone Cvpwined by Glory Glusscoftz the l'Uf1f1eI'S-UP, and a stick. We now use a small regulation by BeVeflY Rohde- Row l-Marlene Estfan, Jeanette Eckert, Beverly Rohde, Pat Love. Row 2-Nancy Stolze, Fredonia Williams, Carole Wellman, Barbara Kalil, Barbara Meeks, Mary Burnham. fn Oo FOOTBALL .:. 9 1 ' 4 '-'ni' tl A . -f - .. - 1 5 ., ', . -- ' .M-: "1-2: xt.: -.sw 5,-'if--, ' . "Uv ' f J M'-' .S - ". f'.:x-.'-H. ' "'- 2':f.', . .1 -B . 5 . -.Q--Q,-H --afmviif ,.-. ' -.-,- , f' v -Y ' " 4 ' ' ' ' 4? . , ,Z-:Q Mtn uf A ,,,:. 1 A , un f 5 Y 'f?5'1f' ni. fi' --it .-A in lv an . gy YY- -.J 1,, , . 1, Q, -- 9 4 Cn Q X :A 5-ry Ly .wiv +5 Q , ,, 'i 'gg 7- '7 , BMV 1 ig iw ' 'st' 'Si ' : -fr fs' M ' P fl? lm ' if .-- elif -- ,f L , - z t f ' ,, if l 'x J Row 1-Manager Al Dolson, Manager Eldon Steinborn, Wayne Sheblosky, Tom Warren, Bill Barker, Jim Griffin, Jim Grimes, Manager Bob Schlundt, Manager Bob Szot. Row 2-Coach Meer, Chuck Erickson, Norm Wilson, Don Shiparski, Don South, Jack Wilson, Don Drake, Art Kohrman, Marv Pozdol, Steve Delaney, Earl Radke. Row 3-Head Coach Plew, Fritz Sperling, Roh Szabo, Jim Burris, Bob Meska, Merl Searcy, Bob Slaughter, Don Spears, Herb Pahl, Vern Slisher, Al Clarke, Tom Wilke. Row 4-Ed Werner, Ollie Lindborg, Larry Swanson, Louie White, Dick Houck, Benny Witek, Dan Bernoske, Carl Zeese, Bruce Steinke, Frank Rolen, Willard Long, Coach Marston. Row 5-Jim Nieman, Al LaTourette, Don Wiegert, Roosevelt Young, Bill Woodruff, Bob lngelson, Dan Drehmel, Jack Stone, Jerry Cohen, Dick Hatcher, Coach Kohlmeier, Row 6-Peaches Russell, Joe Tanski, Angelo Jacobucci, Tom Moore, Chuck Trottier, Larry Hallin, John Foss, Dick Rolen. The Red Devils of 1949, playing a very tough schedule, came through with the best record in a quarter century. The Devils won seven and lost two, each loss by only one touchdown. The Devils placed third in the conference, won their first game in history over South Bend Washington, were the best defensive team in the conference, defeated the confer- ence champs KS. B. Rileyl, and placed tive men on the Associated Press All-State team. Vern Slisher was placed on the second team, Jim Burris on the third, and Joe Tanski, Louie White, and Ollie Lindborg earned hon- orable mention. Chuck Trottier made honor- able mention on the United Press state team. Vern Slisher was put on the honorable men- tion list of the All-American high school team. Head Coach Wayne Plew and his assistants - "Dee" Kohlmeier, Newt Meer, and William Marston - are to be congratulated for their very fine iob. 1949 RECORD South Bend Riley ......... South Bend Central ........ ...... 1 3 Fort Wayne North Side .... La Porte .......................... Fort Wayne South Side .... Goshen ............................ South Bend Washington .... Mishawaka ...................... ........ . .. Valparaiso .............. Opponents ..... Michigan City ...... 6 Michigan City ...... 7 Michigan City ...... ...... 3 2 Michigan City ...,.. ...... 2 0 Michigan City ...... ...... 3 3 Michigan City ...... 0 Michigan City ...... ...... 1 3 Michigan City ...... ........ ...... 3 9 Michigan City ..,,.....,....,.,,..,,.. 48 Michigan City. LOCKER ROOM SCENES COHCH BERNOSKE. CAPTAIN JIM JOE-41-0U'5 W iw Vfvzwwf TENNIS L ' we 1 fig: avi? Ari" S Lg 1' M mg 5 , C -gr gs. .AL 5 5 R 50' . .,.....f fr. ,,.. Don Wolod, Jerry Hibnick, Neal Lee, Bernie Krockover, Coach Wegner, Jim Sweeney, Gerald Bridwell, Robert Szot. Absent-Harold Schelling. After a mediocre year 119481 the Red Devil netters bounced back to take fifth place in the conference. Losing two regulars from the '48 team, the Devils made a good showing for themselves, most of their losses being by only one point. Only one of the five regulars, Harold Schell- ing, is graduating this June. With Jim Sweeney, Neal Lee, Jerry Hibnick, and Jerry Bridwell returning next season, the Devils should be a big power in the conference. 1949 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE CWon 3 - Lost 52 Michigan City ............ 3 Michigan City ............ 1 Michigan City ............ 2 Michigan City ..........,. 2 Michigan City ...,...,..,. 4 Michigan City... ........ .2 Michigan City ............ 5 Michigan City ............ 0 La Porte ....... ..... 2 S. B. Adams ......,... 4 Elkhart ......... ..... 3 Goshen ......... ...... 3 S. B. Riley .............. 'I S. B. Central .......... 3 F. W. North Side ...... 0 Mishawaka ............ 5 DECK TENNIS -1 wrfwzfw N . 1 l 2 ,ff ' Vi' ' . I l fs Q .ff ' 1H'l"'i' Row l-Pat Love, Janice Lucas, Norma Gill. Row 2-Neda Burrell, Beverly Rohde, Peg Hileman, Phyllis Mclntire. Absent-Dolores Arndf, Janella Hart. Deck tennis is the first of the series of championship, but Janice Lucas' team came sports that are played in the gym. This year up on top. Close behind her was Carole Well- there were eight teams competing for the man's team. Row 'l-Carole Wellman. Row 2-Esther Parks, Mary Horton, Jackie Marshall, El Raye lucas, Marlene Estfan. Absent-Margaret Nadaf. 62 VOLLEYBALL 41 an 'fr ,- Row 'I-Mary Horton, Jo Ann Bullard, Judy Clark. Raw 2-Jackie Marshall, Betty Beebe, Peg Hileman, Mary Lynn Maiot. Absent-Marleda Lowey, Choicia Scaife. Volleyball is also played in the gym. The how to shoot arrows straight. Judy Clark's volleyball teams have really shown a great team emerged as the victors, and Norma amount of skill. By serving a ball over a net GiII'5 teqm Came in as a close second. to the opposing tribe, the Elston girls learn L..---...... 'I I A Row 1-Norma Gill, Pat Love. Row 2-Marlene Estfan, Beverly Estfan, Nancy Stolze, Barbara Kalil. Absent-Miriam Konkey, Dorothy Lyons. 63 BASKETBALL Row 1-Pat Love, Neda Burrell, Rolena Samuelson. Row 2-Peg Hileman, Lois Leser, Fredonia Williams, Jane Urquhart. Basketball is also played in the gym. Girls' other. Neda Burrell's team came out on top, basketball is quite different from the boys' game. but also putting up a mighty fight was Nancy More girls went out for this sport than for any Stolze's team, which came in second. Row 'I-Gloria Krause, Nancy Stolze, Marlene Estfan. Row 2-Marlene Lubs, Sue Buren, Jackie Marshall, Marcella Lubiniecki, El Raye Lucas. 64- VARSITY BASKETBALL rail gem ,,,.. NF- Row I--Benny Witek, Fritz Sperling, Dick Hahn, Jack Wilson. Row 2-Coach Kohlmeier, Bob Slaughter, Steve Delaney, .loe Tanski, Manager Dick Houck. Row 3-Bernie Hoogenboom, Gene Gielow, Don Bitts, Gene Eggers, Chuck Trottier, John Foss. The 1949-50 Red Devil basketball season was a rather mediocre one. The season record shows eleven wins against thirteen defeats. The competition was of high caliber, and the team was plagued with hard luck. Four games were lost by two points, and two by only one point. The Devils were upset in the final game of the sectional tournament by a hot Union Mills team. Union Mills, by virtue of this win, became the second county team to win the sectionals. Rolling Prairie was the 65 only other team to break the LaPorte-Michigan City monopoly. Returning next year from this year's varsity will be Fritz Sperling, Jack Wilson, Chuck Trottier, Don Bitts, Bob Szot, and Steve De- laney. Graduating are Benny Witek, Bernie Hoogenboom, Gene Gielow, Gene Eggers, John Foss, Bob Slaughter, and Joe Tanski. In a post-season vote Benny Witek was elected honorary captain of the '49-'50 team. 1 1 k -JJ 'pf .4 'jj jf ,-53.11 -xl, J! fi 0 , ,I J . wi ,ff .fjyff nfl .ff 4, !f ft, Wg? fl ,, 1 I l " ' QL 'Lf'--1 1 W H' cfs ' ' .tu ol " 5 .A u. ll ff ff V 1017! . . 1 Ll VJ 'Q The Senior Class 1 . I N X K X K X K Presents Mem raft c lose Ist niifgfjjl Yearbook of The Isaac C. Elston Senior High School Michigan City, Ind Editor-in-Chief Harry Westphal 1 YK 5 V. N Business Manager r it 9 1, i Tom Cramblet F. J' "NJ f' K J K i , ' J X Art Editor wg s 1' ,' Y ' X ' , Elizabeth Clark X .1 0 . . 1 Of ! '60 J ., ' " JJ 'fnil -'ZA Q ' 'lx J : J 2 4 3 I ' w iana 1 NK xx t I l x 1 4 ' l .X 'IX Q ix l T i lx n X V , x X , 4 x X N W l SLAUG I-Ml-IN Q E GG-E RS . im' 1 I L. ,e -.34 BITTS 1 V 61 JT A 1-. Ness KEY: CL - Class Pos. - Position G - Games FG - Field Goals , 'f FTA - Free Throws Affempied 'T 7. 1 FT - Free Throws Made X W FTM - Free Throws Missed 1 V FTCX: - Free Throw Perceniuge PF - Personal Fouls I ,H TP - Toful Poinfs ' Av. - Average Points per Game NX INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS .,..:?.3,u log- N 1 ' ' NAME CL Pos. G F.G. F.T.A. FT FTM FTW: PF TP Tanski Sr. G 24 105 83 50 33 .602 61 260 Hoogenboom Sr. F 24 93 96 48 48 .500 73 234 3 Eggers Sr. C 24 84 129 63 66 .488 78 231 F Wiiek Sr. G 24 71 56 39 17 .696 67 181 Gielow Sr. F 24 48 70 39 31 .557 48 145 I y - Sluughfer Sr. F 18 14 14 6 8 .429 33 34 ,9 sperling Jr. G 17 10 19 6 13 .316 21 26 X Troffier Jr. F 7 6 15 4 11 .260 10 16 X Hahn Sr. G 7 3 8 5 3 .625 7 11 X Bins Jr. C 5 0 1 0 1 .000 11 0 1 Foss Sr. F 4 0 9 5 4 .555 7 5 Szof Jr. G 4 2 0 0 0 .000 2 4 Wilson Saph. G 3 0 4 1 3 .250 1 1 2 whife sr. G 2 1 o o o .ooo 1 2 ' South Soph. G 1 1 0 0 0 .000 0 2 , ' if :- CI? nw., - -7 "Y 66 Av. 10.83 9.75 9.53 7.54 6.04 1.89 1.53 2.29 1.57 0.00 1.25 1.00 0.33 1.00 2.00 .M .. A, ,--4 Q53-W I-I OOGEN BOOM on s Low 14 7' . 'J . if , Q. " 5-3534 ,, - It ' v X I ,d I I J J 1 f if 9 Yi J ,, 1 . -. . '-I' 2 g ff + . 'I949-50 BASKETBALL RECORD Regular Season - 1 s , 4 ,- Michigan City .,...,.....,..................., 28 Frankfort ..........,. ....., 6 0 Michigan City ......, ,...,..., 4 3 Lawrenceberg .A.. ......... 5 8 Michigan City ....... ......... 4 5 Valparaiso ..,.......,.......,.... ...,... 4 1 Michigan City ......, .. ...... 49 Culver ..v............................... ....r.. 3 3 Michigan City ....... .....,., 4 6 South Bend Washington .4,........,.. 47 Michigan City ....... ....... 5 3 LaPorte ......................,...... .......... 4 3 Michigan City ....... ........, 3 7 Hammond Tech ,.....,.. .......... 4 6 Michigan City .....,. ........ 4 0 Elkhart ....,....,.....,... ...,.. 4 2 Michigan City ....... ,....,... 5 1 Brazil ......................,. ....... 4 2 Michigan City ....... ......... 5 5 South Bend Adams ......... ..,.... 4 7 Michigan City ...,.,... 45 South Bend Central .......... ..,.,.. 5 5 Michigan City ........, 54 Fort Wayne North Side .... .,.,... 5 5 Michigan City ....... ......... 4 9 LaPorte ............................. , ..... 55 Michigan City .....,. ......... 5 4 St. Mary's ............... ....... 1 l Michigan City ....... ......,.. 5 6 Mishawaka .............. ,...... 5 B Michigan City ....,., .....,,.. 6 2 South Bend Riley ....,,.,.. .....,. 4 6 Michigan City .............. ......,. 3 9 Gary - Lew Wallace ..... ......... 4 3 Michigan City .,...........,... ,....... 3 8 Goshen ........................ ..,...,.,. 3 2 Holiday Tourney - Michigan City .....,..., ......... 4 7 Hammond High ......... .,......., 4 9 Michigan City .......... v..,...., 5 i Hammond Clark ,,..... ..,,..,,,. 5 2 State Tourney Michigan City ...,,,. ......,. 5 9 Clinton Township ,...... ........,, 3 0 Michigan City ,...... ......... 5 6 St. Mary's ,........, .....,,. .,50 Michigan City ....... ......... 4 0 Westville .,,....,,... ,..,.,.., 3 B Michigan City ....... ,..,.,.., 44 Union Mills ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. 5 4 67 TANSKI , 4 '91 '41 fi l V lv i'e,,, f ' , is 'iivl'rEK' fe' 'vs I ll C ima b 1-is 30' 95 Ov K 22? 0'6 X. Q I KOHLNEIER ff - , PINK IMPS , l ' 1, 'l ips. X i -I -- , D if 1 7 ,-- r . 1 .1C"4ii,ii im. -P , , f ,Vi f .1 1 li J f . -f 1 . y 9 1 l + E1 W l A-1 ve-.. Y 1 ir- Row 1-Gaylen Wolford, Don Shiparski, John Sadenwater, Jerry Meilstrup, Carl Zeese. Row 2-Manager Wayne Sheblosky, Don South, Bob Brooks, Tom Rux, Don Drake, Manager Marv Pozdol. Row 3-Couch Adams, Steve Delaney, Ed Werner, Dick Rolen, Chuck Trottier, Jack Wilson. The Pink Imps were guided through a rough schedule by a new coach, Mr. Doug Adams. In his first year as coach Adams has proved to be a capable mentor and developed several of his players into very promising material for future Devil teams. Before the end of the season Bob Szot, Don South, Chuck Trottier, Jack Wilson, Steve Delaney, and Bill Penfold played with the varsity team. 1949 - 50 RECORD 17 Pink Imps ..,,.....,.. Valparaiso ...,........ 11 Pink Imps ............ 26 Culver .................. 20 Pink Imps ............ 17 S. B. Washington..2i4 Pink Imps ,.,.....,... 22 La Porte ..............., 27 Pink Imps ............ 34 Hammond Tech .... 29 Pink Imps ,........... 33 Elkhart ................,. 30 Pink lmps ............ 21 S. B. Adams ........ 35 Pink Imps ............ 22 S. B. Central ........ 31 Pink Imps ....,,,...,, 33 F. W. North Side .... 27 Pink Imps .,.,......,, 27 La Porte ................ 23 Pink Imps ...,....,.,. 29 St. Mary's ............ 25 Pink Imps ..........., 33 Mishawaka .......... 38 Pink Imps ............ 26 S. B. Riley ............ 29 Pink Imps .,.......... 27 Lew Wallace ........ 20 Pink lmps ............ 34 Goshen .................. 42 68 TRACK W 0 ' ft ,a, , , . .Le " J is if it A 3' .. , 65 L QT' .y ' Q4 A 45 . ...sg rr of if 'sf' 'W 6 is A--'A 2 4:1 t A if ' fi -fx: N 1 1 :VA ' J, 1' N Y. Nw ' ki. 4 L- ,-C' fix' Q, s ,Q - i 2 f ij if X K - Q X3 X I 3.2 g N-Ar. xv ik --we . s , , - ., ,.4 ,, T , h fi" 2 . if Q Q .4l-: Q ' A ' ' tl 1 FJ' F Q' me Z' L if " ..V QA 5 . . Lila J'-ft We si 5+ B -M' ., .. -VI f ' . - A , . t A l s ' . .. - Y ' "1 ' 'V l Q L ' it ' " X qi? - 7 , Z., I , X L M, L .hu :-ws... - l l 1 Ulf ' ' ix Q' si. H11 .,..,:'- - Q Y 1 -g -5 .5 ' . is Aw ff Q sa. it -A -5 if 3 QL W. I 'I n X N FX , xv il ,if ff t lbiwm . gif EX , :E ax--M e- 2, 24. .f . -' ' Q., -f , -S, fee 1. - f "'b 1' 48 'P' if ' XV ' x ge , X 4 " W Row l-Edmund Estfan, .lack Todd, Bill Hohl, Jack Sheets, Bob Meska, Larry Hallin, Bob Slaughter, Dick Snyder, Louie White. Row 2-Manager Lester Radke, Chuck Trottier, Ron Allison, Bob Blccksom, Peaches Russell, Warren Sommerfeld, Dave Clifford, Manager Matthew Grattenthaler, Coach Miller. Row 3-Bill Schlegelmilch, Dave Saracoff, Don Haller, Phil Smith. Dan Smith, Bob Lau, Bill Harris, Ed Salmassy. Row 4-Manager Eldon Steinborn, Bob Reinholz, Dan Bernoske, Tom Glidden, Verne Slisher, Millard Long, Carl Zeese, Ollie Lindborg, Manager Ronald Yagelski. Absent-John Keppen and Richard Hatcher. March 26-The first track meet of the season was the Conference Indoor Meet at Notre Dame. The Devils placed fifth, with 'I6 lf5 points. March 30-The first home meet of the season was with Valparaiso. The visitors won, scoring 64 lf2 points to the Devils' 44 IX2. April 8-In the first triangular meet of the season at Gill Field, Lew Wallace scored 75 3,f'lO points, the Devils, 46 lfl0, and La Porte placed third with 35 3X5 points. April 21-The thinly clads scored their first dual-meet win of the season by beating South Bend Riley, 64 to 45. April 23-The tracksters iourneyed to La Porte and returned with fourth place in the La Porte Invitational Meet. April 28-The Devils collected 81 2X3 points to beat Benton Harbor's team. April 30-The Devils participated in the Conference Trials in Mishawaka and came home with the eighth place ribbon. May 3-City scored its first away-from-home victory by beating Adams at School Field in South Bend, 83 to 26. May 10-The Red and White scored another win by defeating Washington of South Bend, 74 to 35. May 12-The tracksters had a single-event meet with La Porte at Gill Field. The tracksters of La Porte won, 61 to 52. May 18-The Devils came through to close the season with a win over Chesterton, 60 U2 to 48 'lf2. 69 BASEBALL 'az '55 ' be is I I 1'-.-.-V 4 Q ff - - Q49 4 - ' i. ,.'. - . -.- s 4 n 1 , . ' , , ' 351 as 3, ' 1' Pl. s Q e ,. . . H L 4 e- -1 , U A 1 if ' 1 4 E 43 .- 4 M- "' 6 ' .s.cnn,., ' ' ' l v . v 1. ' 0 rp. -N,-av "v'.,m,-, ff r Illfnv- --r , .VN I ' 1, JJ ' ' ' 5 ,. ,I !'l xx l, if ' ' I -'xl Q li 'si s . s is i 1. B 3,5 N 'J' ' uf f l " 1 T' 4' s. oe: A Q i s ..,' B -. H- - ' " - . ' . . 4 4' ' '- 6 "' ' - 4' ' sl' sf' - ' X " li. . 9' U "if, . ,fi -3 A Q. ,A '-an s- ' B fe? .y - ' -f H. f - - Q, V - .... 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Baseball is the last sport of the G, A, A, vear's winning team in the 1950 book. season. The girls have as much interest in The picture above is of lust y6C1I"S Wlm1el'S, baseball as the boys. who were captained by Nancy Stolze. The Since baseball is played so late in fhe runners-up were captained by Delores Gill school year, it is impossible to include this 'ass e ss s f- a' - - T" 'l Crt' ' . M , . a , my . 3 I ,U A ' 99 I 1 "fi 'A QS QQ.. X , 45 -R 0,1 0091 9-vo - .1 - -. V .gs i , . 4. ' y- 1 -M if 1 , Q if ff-ff . Q -A W t 1 I , .X ' M if 6 1, N. V 1 f r" 21. lf sf -- - .8 u. " ' J " ,S u if V 5 T .. sg . . If fl :Q-' H: B 2 as f L ff fn - jf' . '.!7:A.w is h h' "6 . A . Y' ' 1 'X l 57, ' ' eff?-x . . Y f jf , 'N Q--'A i Q Q 'E'f'Zg. :lf ., 1 s . " f . f g,f:f.iZt -elf gn .,f4ff2sm+1+N,wgf., , --vie. w , B A .Q . 4' -f.- yfmgg 1 gf P' .V . ,, J A- .14 f figs-Ei-- l 1i1'g?f',e5J . " - . -'X TGA' -D , 'sf X -A , ' . ssffiiisf . f , , B B E. tw . 1 . . . . ' of new - me-ff 'fs S ...slit z.... :' . fis Row 'I-Dorothy lyons,.Janice lucas, Delores Gill,vBarbara Rohde. Row 2-Pat lave, Raheal Joseph, Jackie Marshall, Gertrude Brown, Neda Burrell. T0 BASEBALL I 1 Row 1-Manager Al Dolson, Marv Pozdol, Al Spicer, Fritz Sperling, Gene Walters, Jim Kunnen Fran Shana Manager Roger Bixler, Manager Dick Criswell. Row 2-leon Kosakowski, Bob Hullings, Chester Krusinski, Dick Miller, Benny Witek, Dale Wll Ed Dombkowslu Coach Meer Row 3-Don Spears, Hank Kroening, John Daher, Gene Lidke, Gene Gielow, Bob Slot, John Foss Joe Tansk John Clark Mr. Meer's baseballers had to settle for a son. Ed Dombkawskl made the best individual third-place tie in the conference. The Devils won batting average by hitting 455 Gene Gnelow thirteen and lost four during the season. The boasts the best individual fielding average 933 team batted .256 and fielded .933 for the sea- Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Clty .......... 2 City ,......... 4 City .......... 3 City .......... City .......,.. 5 City .......... 18 City .......... 7 City .......... 8 RECORD Lew Wallace ...... Stillwell ......,....... Benton Harbor .... 7 Springfield .......... Hammond High., Mishawaka .....,.. State Prison ...... City ........,, 9 S. B. Riley .,......,. . ....,.... 'IO Springfield ...... .. City City .......... 5 City City .......... 3 City ........,. 'I City .......... 7 City .......... City S. B. Washington Lowell .................. S. B. Adams ...... S. B. Central ...... Elkhart ................ 71 Stn I lwell .............. 3 La Porte .............. Benton Harbor .. GOLF 1949 Mr. Parsons icoachl, Alfred Bazia, Jerome Bleek, Bob Hartwig, Jack Allison, Eugene Roeper, John Marshall, Bob Averitt. "Dad" Parsons' golfers had a hard schedule The linksmen won one practice match and last year. The matches were played in the two regular matches, lost ten regular matches, spring. and had one match forfeited. April T2-South Bend Washington forfeited the first match of the season to the Devils. April 14-South Bend Central beat the Devils, 'IO to 2, at South Bend. April 21-The Devils beat Mishawaka, 6Vz to SW, at the Municipal Course here. April 26-South Bend Riley beat the linksmen, 9M to 2Vz, at South Bend. April 28-La Porte beat the Devils on our home course, 8V2 to 3W. May 3-South Bend Adams also turned the trick on our home course. This was the last match of the first half of conference competition. May 5-South Bend Washington beat the Devils on their home course to open second-half competition. May 'IO-South Bend Central beat the linksters again, this time on the municipal course. May 'I4-The Devils placed seventh in the La Porte Invitational meet at La Porte. May 'l7-Mishawaka beat the golfers on the home course, 8 to 4. May 19-South Bend Riley defeated the linksmen on the South Bend course. May 24-La Porte beat the Devils again, this time at La Porte. May 26-South Bend Adams closed the second half of the conference schedule by defeating the Devils again. Jerome Bleck, Eugene Roeper, Jack Allison, Bob Hartwig, John Marshall, and Bob Averitt are the golfers who graduated last June and were not around for the schedule this spring. T2 - 55 5 'GFI 4' 4-ugn ,1- if IX , T I ' fli . ji: I walk with peoplep ahead of me QII is well, I pray for people fo smile as long os I Iive. Z X K W ' X . ff' 'ff if Ex If ' If g. I dy I f , H z 1 I If .111 ' 1 I A QA.-Q. T3 ORCHESTRA IQIII-IILHLLIIHIA li Zeta-3lll,aQl1.xnn -' J '- i Y P 2 , Y2- N 4.5555 fezi ii ,....-.,,..'-w-'W"r",,- V. . .,4-s.4- M., ., ,.....M.-y-v'v""'f"' ' A V .M-. . -seame- Row I--Mary Ann Arndt, Connie Bauer, Joann McAlpine, .lane Harris, Ann Averitt, Eleanor Utterback. Row 2-Pat McAlpine, Shirley McAlpine, Nancy Mason, Betty Rannie, Melva Burns, Nancy Wolford, Delores Arndt, Velma Westphal, lois Thompson, Eleanor Smelser. Row 3-David Fritz, Nancy Ballard, Clair Kuszmaul, Tony Joseph, Bill Harris. Row 4-Margaret Nadaf, Janet Boese, El Raye Lucas, Tom Krentz, Lois Wiseman, Eddie Hall, Bill Thornburgh, Wilbert Hed- strom Milton Dabagia. Row S-Jim Sweeney, Tom Wolfe, Sylvia Rulff, Erinnolda Blamey, Caroline Rebac, Helen Nadaf, Dick Saturday, Bob Noveroske, Ronnie Dekker, Tom Martin, Mr. Myran Cdirectorj. Row 6-Richard Gring, Donald Kill, Rolland Preuss. Absent-.lohn Inman. The orchestra meets the first period every day to practice the music which is enioyed so much by all listeners. This organization probably performs for a greater part of the community than any other school group. The orchestra makes several trips, both local and out-of-town, to entertain other schools. The officers who served for the entire year were as follows: Mary Ann Arndt, president, Nancy Wolford, vice-president, Joann McAl- pine, secretary, Connie Bauer and Jane Harris, librarians. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Islilli Hllililll i "Y'V'1" - vfvv, . .gji .. ,F 5 n rv fzff in 43 00 l tf A Q A 4-. wc-L..g,,+,.. me ..- M, K. -r n A . Row I-Sally Stern, Tom Balow, Carol Nicholas, Raheal Joseph, Betty Smith, Daniel Smith, Dorothy Jean Frey. Row 2-Drusilla Ringo, Trish Storen, Virginia Shewbart, Nancy Wolford, Pearl Solofl, Judy Mayer, Carolyn Riley, Elizabeth Clark, Mary Ann Arndt, Richard Houck. Row 3-John Inman, Harry Westphal, Joan Widmar, Robert Lau, Barbara LeRoy, Joan Blieden, Francis Nespo, Tom Glidden, Barbara Bullard, Jelaine Johnson, Shirley Preuss, Bonnie Storms. If these students had lived in the period during which the Pottawattomie Indians were prevalent, they would surely have worn on their faces black paint, the symbol of industry and hard work. The highest honor which the school can confer upon a student is election to the Isaac C. Elston Chapter of the National Honor So- ciety, the members of which are selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, leader- ship, service, and character. An eligible stu- dent must rank in the upper third of his class and be a second-semester junior or a senior. The impressive ceremony in which the new members of the Honor Society are initiated includes candlelight and the music of stringed instruments. Membership in the Honor Society is a "fea- ther in the headdress" of the member chosen and a goal toward which every student should aspire. Mr. Smith is the sponsor of the Chapter. FOREWORD As has been the custom for many years, once again an ELSTONIAN staff was con- fronted with the all-important issue of select- ing a theme for its publication. During the hazy atmosphere of Indian sum- mer in October of 1949, after having quite thoroughly discussed the subiects suggested by staff members, we hit upon the idea that a most fitting theme would be that of our American Indian, for was it not the members of the Pottawattomie tribe who first inhabited the enchanting woodbound lakes and streams of the land in which we now live? Although few traces of these redmen are found along the singing sands and deep water of Lake Michigan, other than several Indian memorials and names given to the sur- rounding cities, the period of time the Indians lived in this area is evidence that they discov- ered an am le su I of the resources neces- PP Y sary for human existence. We, the class of this mid-century year, feel a kinship to the Indian, because we, too, have here found resources to meet our human needs and vast and inspiring stores of knowl- edge within our school. Even though our Alma Mater may be out of sight of many of its former students, the things they have learned from it will never be out of mind. Therefore, this high school is serving as an important influence in our com- munity, state, and nation. It has been the privilege of the staff to pre- sent this annual, and it is our wish that these printed pages will keep your memories clear, and will record some things you did, the peo- ple you saw, things you learned - perhaps some things you had forgotten. .1 W- 1, Regs-sf- C-of 'f?h5v'ft' lg S Q ' ,, 151:-I VA ,S ...af A M f- of-33 7f- , F of I ll- fav f -51 Z if ' ll If It X fl Wt, nf ' Y 'Ill l ' f lf' I I I c 1? UE It l"'L',EL ' It J 4 A" N E I 1 we I - c I ,f f '- M -,J N -N S -hltm -X f . U 1 .ll 4 LV , . ff WJ , ., L MONITORS V Row 1-Nancy Hathoot, Gloria Bielski, Carole Samilson, Betty Foody, Dianne Kneisley, Bonnie Lindeman, Connie Feallock, Nancy Lindeman, Melva Burns, Carolyn Johnston. Row 2-Miss Engstrom lsponsorj, Harold Mohamed, Betty Peak, Lorraine Bielski, Shirley Jarko, Barbara Kalil, Kathryn Sprague, Pat Ford, Marilyn Prahl, Aurie Morszalek. Row 3-Lorelei Storey, Marvin Pozdol, Larry Smiertelny, Bob Rose, Ollie Lindborg, Vernon Slisher, Jane Lawler, Eleanor Utter- back, Shirley Franckowski, Joan Wrobleski. Row 4-Jerry Bridwell, Carol Webster, Tom Rux, Gene Kasten, Larry Hallin, Herbert Pohl, Jerry Hibnick, Jim Grimes, Bonnie Gross, Carole Dreske, Elizabeth Clark, Irma Hurley. Row 5-Ted Topolski, Richard Hohl, George Bartels, Dan Bowmar, Richard Wood, Mert Germain, John Sadenwater, Bob Szot, Jim Sweeney, Earl Will, Ronald Mitchell, Nancy Nichols, Gloria Kreft, Diane Fuller. Row 6-Phyllis Ramion, Angeline Rosolik, Mary Ivey, Jewel Roames, Audrey Mason, Mary Horton, Choicia Scaife, Fredonia Williams, Joan Luscomb, Shirley Downs, Elsie Kuszmaul, Joan Kreighbaum, Betty Jones, Marcia Coan. Row 7-Lora Richardson, Sonya Lee Sawaya, Dan Drehmel, Don South, Jack Todd, Ed Werner, Gene Gielow, Jackie Marshall, Mary Carol Cramblet, Frances Rees, Margaret Ochotske, Lois Wiseman, Mary Petroff, Esther Parks, Nancy Mohnssen. Some squaws and braves, descendants of them detention slips. These slips gain the Chief Winamac who led the Indians against offenders admittance into Miss Engstrom's the English, punish those warlike oskush room from 4:00 to 4:30 P. M. caught disturbing other tribesmen by giving T6 STUDENT COUNCIL 5 5 1 l., Q ' xl, Row l-Phillip Brooks, Bert Zimmerman, .lim Grimes, Bob Bartels, Tony Joseph, Jim Martin, Jim Livings, Vernon Slisher, Herb- ert Pohl, Jim Sweeney. Row 2-Miss Engstrom Csponsorj, Luann Curry, Carol Webster, Nancy Wolford, Lorelei Storey, Audrey Mason, Sharon Averitt, Elizabeth Clark, Melva Burns, Mory Horton. Row 3-Dave Kempf, Lorraine Bielski, Betty Peak, Caryl Ritchey, Shorty Blomey, Joann McAlpine, Sally Hahn, Betty Jones, Bob Rose, Joe Tanski, Row 4-Ollie Lindborg, Harold Mohamed, Jim Petoskey, Marilyn Wright, Sylvia Rulff, Janella Hart, Nancy Weisflog, Jerry Cohen, Tom Rux, Wayne Keithley. The traditional council fire to settle prob- lems of tribal government is held every two weeks during the third period on Tuesdays under the guidance of Miss Engstrom. Like the Pottawattomies, whose name means "people who are able to build their own national fire," that is, exercise their right of self-government, our Student Council settles many problems that arise in the school year. Elected representatives discuss with their home groups the problems brought up and the decisions made. The chiefs for the first semester were Joe Tanski, president, Elizabeth Clark, vice-president, and Sharon Averitt, secretary. . The officers for the second semester were Jim Sweeney, president, Lorraine Bielski, vice- president, and Melva Burns, secretary. f"7 ... J Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 OFFICE MESSENGERS , lr.: E+. 1 -f , f"", ' x fuk Mary Bowden, Shirley Reinman, Madie Houck, Judy Clark, Bonnie Lindeman, Adeline Kuskowski. Sidney Patterson, Mary Thomas, Carolyn Johnston, Carole Wellman, Betty Jones, Ann Messner, Carolyn Schwanke Bob Schlundt, Jim Griffin, Jim Grimes, James Harbart, Bernie Krockover, Mary Carol Cramblet, Connie Feallock. In our tribe are some particularly fleet-faot- ed Indians who are chosen by Chief Humphrey to become oftice messengers. They rush about the halls, bearing messages and call-out slips to the correct rooms. They also handle the school mail and serve in other important capacities. 3 L HALL PATROL 'in f I 'Y-,. Row l-De Wayne Adams, Larry Lawless, Mitzie Campbell, Gloria Wolford, Nancy Wolford, Barbara LeRoy, Bonnie Gross, Bill Hoffman, Bill Groendyke. Row 2-Jerry Hibnick, Jim Livings, Harry Westphal, Richard Hohl, Jerry Bridwell, Robert Campbell, Robert Bartels, Mr. lrgang isponsorj. Row 3-Philip Smith, Earl Rodke, Edward Peters, Don Drake, Robert Valentine, Mark Saunders, Jim Griffin, Jim Richards, Bob Farrell. Row 4-Roosevelt Young, Al Kahl, Phillip Brooks, John Behrndt, David Clifford, David Saracoff, Charles Erickson. The members of the tribe who serve on the Hall Patrol try to keep order in the halls by freeing them from such menaces as stam- peding buffaloes, whistling Coyotes, and cud- chewing bi-peds. Mr. George Irgang is "Big-Chief-Make-Um- Behave." Bill Hoffman was the chief in senior high building this year, and Jerry Bridwell was chief in the new auditorium. The captain on the first floor was Philip Smith. Barbara LeRoy and David Saracoff were the captains of the second and third floors, respectively. 79 I Row Row Row Row 5 LATIN CLUB .a.. A ff. I Louise Kohzer, Marian Parry, Laurett Walker, Miss Henry lsponsorl, Frances Rees Nancy Wolford Helen Farris, Melva Burns, Carol Pohl, Jackie Schroeder, Connie Feallock, Karin Rudolph, Nancy Hogan, Vera Schlundt Pat Moon, Janet Boese, Merna Lowey, Patricia Pauley, Earla Jean Atkins, Sidney Patterson, Monica Woss. B k ' ' ' etty Pea , Richard Kamont, Mert Germain, James Harbart, Jim Sweeney, Joe Potucek, Bob Mathers. Developing a taste in Roman ways may seem difticult for Indians, but it has been ac- complished with the competent aid of Miss Henry. These "Romanish" Indians meet twice a month, once at school and once at a member's home, to learn more about the effect of Latin on our modern culture and language. The officers for the school year were as fol- lows: Jim Sweeney, president, Nancy Wol- ford, vice-president, and Merna Lowey, secre- tary. 80 LOS GRINGOS i .-.... '71 'Tg..l. A i'. 2 . V 4 A N .. ,b I Agn R w..,L1 -L n':f lun lil 1 .. , i ,. -V .i If ,, ,'! , rl 13,2925 i:,, ui' ll ll lllilllllf Flnannnse- , fl I ll ill lilifi Y' . ,I 5, : 4: Lvl--'.M, gilfliil , -mn.. tl Es : sw Row I Diane Gandy, Dorothy Eberly, Caryl Ritchey, Ann Averitt, Rolena Samuelson, Barbara Blocksom. Row 2 Miss McConkey lsponsorl, Audrey Mason, Jewel Roame s, Sylvia Rullff, Sharon Averitt, Barbara Balow, Verna Brolly. Row 3 Charles Standiford, Harry Westphal, Richard Hohl, John Behrndt, William Groendyke, Bob Farrell. There are in our tribe a group of Indians who evidently have a bit of Spanish blood in their veins. They call themselves the Los Gringos and gather the second Wednesday of every month in the room of Senorita Mc Conkey and the fourth Tuesday at the home fire of one of the members. At Christmas time these Spanish Indians sing the traditional carols in Spanish, much to the amazement and bewilderment of the rest of the tribe. The big event of the year for the Los Gringos is the Pan-American Day festival, which is held in the library. For the first semester the group chose for their leaders Harry Westphal, president, Syl- via Rulff, vice-president, Dick Hohl, secretary, and Bill Groendyke, historian. Officers for the second semester were Sylvia Rulff, president, Rolena Samuelson, vice-pres- ident, Verna Brolly, secretary, and John Behrndt, historian. 81 BLACKFRIARS ii: i v i I ,ii it T il T T 'T e 1 Jxmg .1 sf I 3 'Ja - V '-1Arauu"' ' Xa, rf" ll ,K ,Q ,Sus ' N '2 , l Row 1 Caryl Ritchey, Ann Averitt, Marcia Coan, Donna Rogers. Row2 Alan LaTourette, Joe Chrapkowski, Miss Klueh Ksponsorj, Gloria Kuskowski, Nancy Wolford, This group of actors and actresses is under the direction of Miss Kglueh and consists of those tribesmen who are working toward the distinction of being Thespians. The officers for the scnool year were Nancy Wolford, president, Catherine Feig, vice-presi- dent, and Marcia Coan, secretary. These Indians chose the fun and work of giving plays, by acting in them, as well- as doing back-stage work. They learn to prompt, do stage management, costume, make-up, and help with the properties. 82 DAHLITES il Row T-Jane lawler, Janice Denow, Luann Curry, Marian Parry, Pat Fenton, JoAnn Bullard, Mary Ann Johnson. Row 2-Mary Burnham, Miss Dahlberg Csponsorl, Trish Storen. Row 3-Monica Woss, Esther Parks, Shirley Reinman, Sonya Lee Sawaya, LaDora Pugsley, Jean Bryan, Nancy McAlpine, Jean Rhoda, Sharon Averitt. The members of the Dahlites compose one of the hardest working groups in the school. These versatile girls take attendance in the library, keep the shelves in proper order, check out books, and arrange special displays for the cabinet on the north wall and for the charging-out desk. The theme of the fourteenth annual Book Week was "Make Friends with Books." The Dahlite Book Week Tea, as usual, was a tre- mendous success. The proiect illustrated the types of books which are read in each stage of life. The program was given in the form of a television show - station MCHS. The girls enioyed their share of parties, in- cluding potlucks, dusting parties in the "Dust- Bowl," and going out for dinner together. The officers for the year were Trish Storen, president, Mary Burnham, vice-president, and Pat Fenton, secretary-treasurer. Needless to say, Miss Dahlberg sponsors the "Dahlites." 83 Arndt, Nancy Hogan, Joann SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS CLUB l 1 , , wx KX- F .. ll . 235' -w.sx-f- A " ' EQ.. , f --1-rf ,six-ijze . , ., A9 Row I-John Behrndt, Lewis Peters, Alan laTourette, Mr. Smith fsponsorl, James Harbart, Tom Cramblet. Row 2-Robert Campbell, Duane Bonner, Barbara LeRoy, Merno Lowey, Dick Keene, Mitzie Campbell, Edward Peters, Robert Frame. Their disbelief in witch-doctors has caused these Indians to organize the Math and Sci- ence Club for those who are interested in some field of science or math and wish to broaden their knowledge of that field by solving problems and experimenting for them- selves. 'Budding archeologists, biologists, chemists, physicists, and mathematicians meet under the direction of Mr. Smith in room 310 every first and third Thursday. The officers for the first semester were as follows: Lewis Peters, president, Mitzie Camp- bell, vice-president, and Bob Frame, secretary. For the second semester John Behrndt was president, Jim Harbart, vice-president, and Lewis Peters, secretary. 84 ARCHITECTURAL LIVING ORGANIZATION 34:3 X I haf , Vwrni aug t 5 Mr. Horn fsponsorj, Roland Russell, Earl Rudnick, Earl Berry, Donald Wiegert, Lawrence Witek, Matthew Grattenthaler, Allan Spicer, Bob Mathers, Richard Houck. Our wigwam experts, members ofthe Arch- itectural Living Organization, meet every Thursday in Mr. Horn's tepee. During their pow-wow they discuss the types of community planning which are conducive to healthful and happy living. Dick Houck was president for the 1949- 1950 school year, Larry Witek was vice-presi- dent, and Allan Spicer was secretary. 35 Q 8 DEDICATION Qi Mr. Parsons The Class of 1950 is proud of this oppor- tunity to pay tribute to Miss Helen A. South- gate and Mr. Arthur J. Parsons for their earn- est endeavor to impart efficiently their bound- less knowledge to the youth of Michigan City. For many years their dynamic personalities and sincere interest in our welfare and prog- ress have endeared them to all who have had the good fortune to come under their instruc- tion. Although Miss Southgate's and Mr. Par- sons' regard for discipline has always been of the highest, their sense of humor has never been found lacking. In September of 1909 Mr. Parsons began Y -N- ,T 3 A in -Ti? .' li Q Miss Southgate his teaching career in Michigan City, and Miss Southgate joined the faculty the following fall. It has been truly stated that to perform a duty well one must enjoy his work. Through- out her teaching years Miss Southgate has been the personification of this statement. Be- cause of Mr. Parsons' amiable disposition he is, and has long been, known to the student body as "Daddy." The Class of T950 has the distinguished pleasure of dedicating the 1950 ELSTONIAN to Miss Helen A. Southgate and Mr. Arthur J. Parsons on this, the eve of their retirement from active service. Q C? FORUM CLUB 14- C.-11 '----ws-it-sw. ef. H, -- Y, Row l-Lewis Peters, Barbara LeRoy, Mitzie Campbell, Sylvia RUIH, Richard Dwyer, James Harbart Mr Parsons fsponsorl Row 2-Duane Bonner, John Behrndt, Robert Frame, William Groendyke, Jerry Hibnick. When the white man first arrived on Ameri- can soil, he was invited to the Indians' council to clear up various disputes. Today these councils are held in Big Chief Parsons' room, but instead of Indians and set- tlers meeting, youfll find liberals, conserva- tives, and even a few radicals there. These modern day "Tecumsehs" try to settle the world's problems by discussing them in- telligently and arriving at conclusions. Fre- quently these discussions become rather heat- ed, then the muskets, tomahawks, bows, and quivers are brought out, and the massacre commences. Dick Dwyer served as president for the first semester, Lewis Peters was vice-president, and Jim Harbart was "secretary-of-war." The sec- ond semester officers included Lewis Peters, president, Sylvia Rulff, vice-president, and Mitzie Campbell, secretary. 86 M Row I Bazia. Row 2 Row 3 2 JUNIOR RED CROSS f - ' ii ,',j".fz . 1 lf-fi eg -Miss Henry isponsorl, Lorice Bahar, Pat Ford, Marlene Gring, Norma Collins, Betty Wilke, Shirley Reinman, Fred -Carol Mason, Grace LaBorn, Merna Lowey, Elizabeth Stiller, Florence Nowfel, Barbara Brown, Marcia Coon, Pearl Geraldine Ottersen. Hurley, -Louis Guess, Max Kniola, Charles Jordan, James Harbart, John Daher, Donald Wiegert, Jerry Kessler. Aiding our modern "medicine-men" is the Junior Red Cross. Among its accomplishments are keeping up the morale of veterans, train- ing children in healthful practices, and appro- priating money to aid children in flooded areas. It accomplishes these purposes by pro- moting a membership drive to raise money, sending appropriate boxes to hospitals and school children, and making menu covers. The sponsor of this worthy organization is Miss Henry. Betty Wilke served as president, Marcia Coan as vice-president, and James Harbart as secretary-treasurer during the school year. 87 A ,gl 45, l LY CRIMSON COMET Row l-Miriam Konkey, Delores Phelps, Donna Dagenhart, Elizabeth Clark, Jean Bryan, Janet Hornbeck Joan Krelghbaum Alta Clark, Nancy Nichols. Row 2-Miss Klueh Csponsorj, Mitzie Campbell, Pat McFeely, Beverly Rohde, Glory Glasscott Sue Mathias Memo Lowey Betty Jones, Ruth Hilerrian. Row 3-Tom Bracken, Mary Beth Crooks, Eleanor Chrapkowski, BettyWilke, Kathleen Werre, Patricia Pauley Verna Brolly Pot Moon, Don Westphal. Row 4-John Foss, Dick Simon, John Ellison, Wayne Schomacker, Jock Todd, John lnman, Elwin Berg Our school has replaced smoke signals with a weekly newspaper, which carries all our current news and is known as the Crimson Comet. Miss Klueh acts as sponsor of our tribe's newspaper. The student editor for the first semester was Sue Mathias, her page edi- tors were Alta Clark, John Inman, John Elli- son, and Glory Glasscott. The second semester a new system of rotating page editors took form, with Jean Bryan as student editor. Her first page editors were Elizabeth Clark, Janet Hornbeck, and Miriam Konkey. Betty Jones, Richard Simon, and Elwin Berg edited the sec- ond page. Wayne Schomacker was the third page editor, Donna Dagenhart and Beverly Rohde shared the fourth page editing. These "newsy" Indians are extremely busy slipping up on unsuspecting news possibilities, but they enioy all the work required of them to publish a good newspaper. 0 Q O U J'-fl? TH ESPIANS 1 If 'C- Row 1 Barbara LeRoy Elizabeth Clark, Bonnie Lindeman, Dolores Fraehlke, Verna Brolly, Frances Rees, Phippie Haller Nancy Lmdeman Monica Woss Margaret Kelly, l.aDora Pugsley. Row 2 Earl Will Trish Storen Gloria Kreft, Jacky Wenzel, Deloris Griffith, Miss Luck Cspcnsorl, Sally Breskin, Anne Noesges Connie Feallock Mary Burnham. Row 3 Edmund Estfan Richard Houck, Thomas Moore, John Inman, Wilbert Hedstrom, Bernie Krockover, Richard Hohl Tom Cramblet John Behrndt Dick Davis, William Groendyke, Jerry Hibnick, Allan Spicer. Recreation was provided for the Indians of yore by gathering around their tribal camp fire and relating stories of their favorite heroes. ln our tribe we have an organization of advanced actors and actresses who not only relate deeds but act out parts convincing- ly. These are the Thespians, sponsored by Miss Luck. The Thespians have won their feathers by making enough points as Blackfriars, holding a major part in either the Junior or Senior Class play, or minor parts in both, or working on some other phases of stage production. President for the first semester was Dick Davis, Barbara LeRoy was vice-president, and Phippie Haller, secretary-treasurer. During the second semester Frances Rees was president, Phippie Haller was vice-presi- dent, and Deloris Griffith kept the minutes. 89 VARSITY DANCE BAND ,rs sr: ,, .n. 2' , ,1g4,,x3A- vw., H. V v,. , , ,,,,,..f-W" my Row l-Sylvia Rullf, John Inman, Tom Martin, Bob Gring, Wilbert Hedstrom, William Thornburgh, Tom Wolfe, Eddie Hall Jim Sweeney. Row 2-Deloris Griffith, Richard Gring, Ronnie Dekker, Tony Joseph, Bob Noveroske, Dick Saturday, Ray Mohnssen. The varsity dance band, sponsored by Mr. Myran, ably provided the music for our after- game dances and for the annual football and basketball parties. This is a iob well-performed, although it is often under-estimated by those who do not realize the number of hours required for practice. Deloris Griffith and Sylvia Rultli served as vocalist and accompanist, respectively. I7 X EQ.. N 1 477 ,X "M," H :.:g... W s i ""--,khvu-, , 90 3 , . f ,- Qi is . ' f ',, ,, 5, 5- - . , ' 'i '- ' -,Q zz- ,i , , V- V ,, , i I , A i -S -tg.-.six - - 3 . I W- Z ,-s- 1.5, ? E' - ' 7 , . , - ' if 1" - ' ,..,j3s,' 1 4 5 V , F 5 -2.14 Qg , ? 4525. 15-i X ,, A .-5-: ,L ,z 'Q - 2 ,v 5 Q- , E A5 h - 1' , , , 5 ,- f' Row T-Virginia Shon, Verna Brolly, Elizabeth Clark, Pat Dunn, Melvin Field, Ralph Lieber, George Rubin, Kate LeRoy, Glory Glasscott, Barbara LeRoy, Eloise Hibner, Delores Phelps,-Cherrie Geering. Row 2-Joan Koziolek, Margaret Crook, Phyllis Dombrowsky, Ann Hunter, Earla Jean Atkins, Jerry Riley, Jarl Malwin, John Behrndt, John Ellison, John Herod, Delores Harmon, Annette Emmons, Beverly Estfan, Beverly Harris, Lorraine Bielski. Row 3-Novella Ponder, Anita Cox, Marie Bagrulzovich, Pat McFeely, Patricia Fenton, Richard Wood, Bert Zimmerman, Louis Guess, Jerry Bridwell, Bob Mathers, Patricia Ford, Kay Stibbe, Geraldine Ottersen, Choicia Scaife, Audrey Mason. Row 4-Barbara Grott, Lorraine Strutz, Sue Mathias, Kathryn Sprague, Roosevelt Young, Jerry Hibnick, John Daher, Willard Long, Neal Lee, Carl Ellison, Mary Westberg, Betty Beebe, Mariorie Schultz, Carol Beebe. Mr. Arthur Miller, the director, is at the piano. Last fall the Glee Club began work with a The Glee Club also took part in the annual new director, Mr. Arthur Miller. Following a spring music festival, which includes grade tradition of this school, Mr. Miller and the schools and the music clubs of both iunior and Glee Club presented an excellent Christmas senior high schools. concert, a spring concert, and a school as- The ofticers forthe first semester were Bob sembly. Szot, president, Barbara LeRoy, business man- The Club participated in a ioint concert ager, Glory Glasscott, secretary, and Sue composed of the high school glee clubs of Mathias and Jack Todd, librarians. Elkhart, Goshen, and LqPerte, Peter Tkach, The same oFlicers served the second semes- who is the director of music for the Minne- ter in their respective offices with the excep- apolis schools and who arranged some of the tion of Jack Todd, who was replaced by Neal music presented, directed the concert. Lee. 91 HI-Y 'TW l - I- , km I 115523 ' -"Q, . y ,- , .1 ,xl I! Il I X. A ic.. Row 1-Virgil Shewbart, Earl Berry, Larry Powell, Bob Mathers, Tom Martin, Carl Ellison, Bob Strawbridge, Jerry Bridwell, Charles Erickson. Row 2-Wilbert Hedstrom, Dick Davis, Donald Wiegert, Jerry Johnson, Robert Valentine, Wayne Sheblosky, Norman Wilson, Dick Saturday, Mr. Hodges lsponsorl. Row 3-Jerry Cohen, James Cook, Richard Johnson, Matthew Grattenthaler, AI Kohl, Bernie Krockover, Tom Weber, Bob Rose, Richard Houck, Allan Spicer. Row 4-Dan Bernoske, Bill Hoffman, Jerry Meilstrup, John Sadenwater, James Harbart, Ed Werner, Steve Delaney. The Hi-Y braves meet every Wednesday at the Y. M. C. A. Their sponsor, Chief Hodges, looks on as they fulfill their purpose: "to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community." This year they delivered telephone director- ies in Michigan City and sponsored free mov- ies for the school. In addition they had the concessions at the Moose games, sponsored "open-houses" at the "Y," and cooperated with the Tri-Hi-Y squaws in a few "war- dances." The officers of the Hi-Y are elected every March for a full year of authority. "Red-Head- Chief" Houck was president for the 1949-50 year, Bill Hoffman was vice-president, Dick Dwyer, secretary, Al Kahl, treasurer, Dick Davis, sergeant-at-arms, and Jerry Johnson, chaplain. 92 TRI-HI-Y ,I-z' i -rn-4 AT , iv! Sr' i, Row l-Mary Burnham, Virginia Baird, Ann Messner, Dolores Arndt, Miss Wolfe lsponsori, Nancy Lindeman, Phippie Haller, Melva Burns. Row 2-Madie Houck, Elizabeth Clark, Marilyn Prahl, Constance Bauer, Marilee Ebersole, Audrey Mason, Jane Lawler, Louise Kohzer, Jackie Schroeder. Row 3-Barbara Bolow, Geraldine Ottersen, Phyllis Mclntire, Caryl Ritchey, Jean Rhoda, Luonn Curry, Judy Clark, Donna Miller, Mary Jean Rux. Row 4-Mary .lane Wright, Janet Hornbeck, Jean Bryan, Nancy Weisflog, Joan Terrey, Kay Stibbe, Mary Petroff, Carolyn Wright, Mary Westberg, Pat Moon, Vera Schlundt. Row 5-Patricia Dunn, Mary Lynn Moiot, Sally Franks, Norma Collins, Nancy Arnold, Joan Campbell, Sharon Averitt, Jacque- lyn Wenzel, Jo Ann Bullard, Janet Boese, Bonnie Lindemon. Row 6-Beverly Rohde, Sue Mathias, Karin Rudolph, Sidney Patterson, Connie Feallock, Elsie Kuszmaul, Virginia Vv'right, El Raye Lucas, Nancy Nichols, Beverly Collins, Grace LaBorn, PotMcFeely. Row 7-Jane Harris, Betty Mason, Earlene Williams, Merna Lowey, Anita Cox, Fredonia Williams, Carol Pohl, LoDora Pugs- ley, Sonya Lee Sawaya, Laura Sanderson, Mary Horton, ClaraTurner, Arlene McCann, Rachel Nussmon. One of the most active clubs in "no-man's- land" is the Tri-Hi-Y, a service group that spreads the feeling of the Great Spirit through- out the school and community. Tri-Hi-Y meets on Thursday every two weeks at the Y. M. C. A. at seven o'sundial under the sponsorship of Miss Wolfe. The girls worked hard at their bake sales and the management of concessions at the after-game dances to raise money for worthy purposes, to fulfill their pledge to the Y.M.C.A. building fund, and to help support our fellow tribe, the Navoios. Along with the Hi-Y, the corresponding club for warriors, the Tri-Hi-Y has sponsored an all-school assembly for the past two years. The officers for the year were Ann Messner, president, Oneida Burrell, vice-president, Vir- ginia Baird, secretary, and Mary Burnham, treasurer. BAND -v as . Q , -.. ... C I A, . ,, - ' 'gf-i f. " Q 5,5-1.3,-U W . -ivy x. gi 1. ,U -V JV ,. s-g'. .' ' . . . -vf. be ' il- -1 V' ' 1 1: . L , E. Q' :AAAK11 ,rl-...A-' A T nxam- iv, . " I I l El H I . I L, . . H . - 1. 'n gg .U 1 K- -ue: 5 'cw--Jai. . ' ,..,i1., ,,ggiz.4J..+','-1 "4' - 'Q ' ---Q.. -, ' ,M . K ' ' f 1 y n --M f--:..s..- .vw-, --,.,,,41' Y .D V I " -fs ' ff F L I A ax' Cas '-1 A 55, '92, - ' ' 59 -N- I ? Q , Q 7 . 7 '5 X "3 V zliqrvt ., -5 ,- L L - me fe is fax B' g , :ii W ' .sv 1 , A - R '54 " is ll ' i s "i5r'g.': i 3""T'ff ' : , , 0 "U l V ,. - -V , - K, et: f . if-mfs., .. W.. e f . ,Q-1-.5 B i E .B . . .V , 1.3. , L, V324 7, -V "fi E , ' -,mx ' ef - 1'1"-s 1 ' i . 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TRUMPET Ronnie Dekker Sylvia Rulff Jim Vine Caroline Rebac David Heise Bob Noveroske Dick Saturday Ray Mohnssen John Troyer Arnold Bass Bobby Ramsey Wilbert Hedstrom Dick Blieden Margene Marshall Shirley Miller Nancy Edsall CLARINET BARlTONE Tom Wolfe Tom Martin Elsie Kuszmaul John Arndt Erinnolda Blamey Helen Nadaf Bob Schultz 94 BASS CLARINET Janet Boese Margaret Nadaf Margaret Ochotske TROMBONE Jack Inman Bob Gring Nancy Johnsen Conard Parker FRENCH HORN Bill Harris Tony Joseph Clair Kuszmaul Milton Dabagia


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