Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN)

 - Class of 1926

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N ,, , ,, X . . ij L xl :D 1 7, The Crescent 1 .v JY 1 Uul E HJ ,E 2456 31926 THE STAIFIF Joseph H1att Echtor 111-Chief Margorle Downs Associate Edltor Arthur Harrell, Associate Edgtor Joseph Clyde Business Manager Ralph Broyles Assistant Bryan Trotter, Advert1s1ng Manager Joseph Hocker, ASS1St8,Ht Jeanette Babbltt Lxterary Ed1tor Frances Hettmansperger, Asslstant Orpha Nuzum Semor Editor Lenore McKenz1e, Assrstant Lawrence Goodkmght Asslstant IJl1Cl18 F1ck1e Joke Edltor Edmund Strlker, Athlet1c Edltor mx -JR V '? 3 ip!! Fi f fy' A 'ge ? THE CRESCENT PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF EEWOOD HIGH SCHUUTL 1926 VUL. X L- H ey , nh ? x A, H E J? Ni y , A VNV W U M- , ' 1 B51 i U ta ' " ll' 455222 Z xx X N f ', W' MMM? 94 . 4 " - ' ' I 'X g y 1 LIN 9BBxiss Wfw Q SZ! 'yn 0 'I ffx , . L., 'T' I 1-. mn Tl-llE D lDlCA'll'llON To the athletes of E. H. S. of the present, who have defended her honor track, floor, and mat, Whose hard fighting sportsmanship have shown us the real value of athletics, given us cause to be proud of them, We, the Class of 1926, in tion, dedicate this the 726 Crescent. ,. , ':z4,fZ ,S fx ?'jQ!lA L 1, f I "Y-Q " h l L. lg! W -, 5, A HAH- I 1 .. .. -.4. wm'1l , ,,, W, :A '1 JL 4 , Hx K -. t L U1 l , 1 -1 a' e r auf: "' ,Q ,G tg ..-- ex' past and on field, and true intrinsic fittingly apprecia- -..-.-.,-T,-,..-,vw-F, , , 'lfll-lIlE FOREWORD lt is difficult for any student to he-liow that the passing years can cffacc an singlo CllilptC1' of his High School life. Nevcrtlielcss, to S2lfPQ'll2l1'll tho l'0llll'll1bl'2lllQOS ot' dom' friends and school awtivitivs, tllv 4-ditors ll2lVll tried to lvzlvu 21, nwnlory book showing thx- plnlsos of School Lift-, and in tho future "turn buck tln- ll?lllIlS of time" that tho renders may rvlivv tho good old days spent in Elwood High. Having' 2llf9lllll'fG'll to portray za your of ,High School life in its variety and color, we now unveil our pictllre. with its Fan' E2lSi61'11 setting-the Crescent of 1926. ff A X 'N NW K..- 1 ,LJ THE CONT ENTS Book 1-Adnlinistration. Book II--Classes. Book III--Laiterary. Book IV-Athletics. Book V-Activities. Book VT-J okes a nd Advertising o H1 of o f A ww vW37"o M . M M ow W, ' A " N Q'-'H'-M AH- Cf.:-,if 5 fx: J 1 41 4 i 1, ,f' A .3 T1 fl ZS: Q SA A. in ,,,, W, DW W 1 , U H fr X. 71 Q95 '1 ,L I '. .LN if 53 T B it 'M CRESCENT i916 Elwood Loyalty We 're loyal to you, Elwood High, -W We're all staunch and true, Elwood. High. And we'll back you to stand 'gainst the best in the land For we know you have sand, Elwood High. Rah, Rah. Go smash that blockade, Elwood High, Go crashing ahead, Elwood High, I Our team is our fame protector, onsnboys, We all expect a victory from you, Elwood High. Che Hee, Che Haw, Che Haw Haw Haw Elwood High School, Rah Rah Rah. To our dear High School we will always be true, Upon the Basketball floor, we're fighting for you, Like men of old on giants, placing reliance, Shooting defiance, ' Osky, Wow, Wow. Amid the broad green fields that nourish our land, For honor and for learning we stand, To thee we pledge our hearts and hands, To Win this victory, Elwood High. A ' la.. La .. .1..,....,.,,. . 1.4 :V nie... -i Ir L "vv"v'., v .,c.,'i"'1'. ' ' ,:l"' fsv' .. .Q ............ ........ CRESCENT Wy, ' History ot Elwood High School In 1888 H. F. Willlcie took up his duties as superintendent of the Elwood schools. At that time the schools were not graded. The other teacher was Daniel King. In the winter of 1889-1890 Mr. Willkie filed an application for a commission. The high school did not come up to the standard and it fail- ed to receive a commission. In the fall of 1890 F. F. Fitzgibbon succeeded Mr. Willlcie as superin- tendent. At that time the high course was of two years duration. Mr. Fitz- gibbon was the sole instructor of the forty-two High School students, In 1891 and '92 the total enrollment had increased thirteen. there heinc fifty-five enrolled. Mr. Meeks was made principal in '91 assisted hy Super- intendent Fitzgibbon in teaching. In October. 1891. asked for a commission. In replv to the reouest Ti. H. -Tones. superintendent of the Indianapolis schools visited the classes. He recommended the school for a commission.,complimentinfr the work of the Senior class in Geometry and Iiatin. Elwood secured its cf-inmissioon in the Fall of '92. 1 V 'II-I-' A small huildinrr ot eifrht rooms served first as a Hioh School and Grade school. The high school classes were held in the upper corridor which was nine Feet wide. with a stairway in the center and 2 stove et one side. Tn Wag Hof-irlo-rl Hqpf 3 TIPWV hliildinrr xvmilrl hu nvnoted and tho old eight-room house was torn down. School was held iw the Tiinwood hnilil- ing for two vears The contractors had promised the 11--ilfliiwfv for the F-ill of '95, Owing to an unavoidable delav thnv -vm-A iiis --hle to fulfill their promise, Hitrh School was opened ip the Oflfl -P10110 ttvf . Moll, Tlnrinfr thot time a Few recitations were held in a hen-how shop- hut hv 'F'ehr11-nrv l. 1995 H19 new school was ooporxleiefii. The stiirlpnts tool: up tl-oir wm-lr in the fiieniral hiiilflingr- fhovi revnrded as the finest hnildiper in tho r-opritv, 'Pho rfrnde sphools and Hiwh gohnnlg both 'hold their olasses ip this hnilflinn- w--- . til Septemher 1915. when the present up-to-date Hitrh Sf-hool huildinfr was completed. How different is the E. H. S of this present dev than that ot the olden In '92 there were 55 enrolled. now there are 654 enrolled. From the oriffinal two our faculty has ,crown to twenty-six. In 1892 there were five Qraduates- in '26 there will be ninety-six. Here is recorded the story of the strtmcle for existence that Fl. Tl Q has made. But she is triumphant at last. She is sending her quota of world builders out in Life. Give her a thought now and then and remember that she gave you your education. s - --,-,,--T-H Page Eleven i "i i H, li il if 1 i i 1 :lt 'l' lwivmmwwmwr'r'v:ew-ww-rf-H' o'oir'v. y .. 'mrf' 'H' Y" ""4f. 4. ' ,aff ' - Q . ........... ......... ......... CRESCENT 1915 YL Ever Increasing In the great battle of life, Success is measured in the strides taken to- ward the fixed goal. The person who is ambitious, works hard, and who faces his problems in a straightforward manner will eventually succeed. One must have a breadth of vision, that is he must view a situation from all angles, in order to judge the good and bad qualities of it. Success does not come to the idle dreamer. The one who makes his place in the world, dreams, and then strives to accomplish that which is his ideal, the idle dreamer dreams of greater things and then blames his luck that they do not come without effort. Indeed the motto of the "Crescent" is not to be taken lightly. It has a deep and underlying meaning. lt is something to uphold and to emulate. lf one would make it his motto and strive to carry it out he would succeed. Today in the hurried life of America, Success does not come at will, but' is the product of those excellent qualities of thinking and working toward one end, Education, we are told, is the key to Success-then, even as the "Cres- centl' sheds an ever increasing ray or light upon the universe with such a beneficial effect, should not the student stop and consider-is he really get- ting the value from his High School education, is he making the most of it, is his conception of learning and the value of his education to him "Ever lncreasing ? ' ' Our year book has been increasing in value each year without increase in. price, it has set a standard, it is anideal. liiet us resolve that the motto "Ever lncreasiiig' will not only be the ideal of our High School annual but will lead us on to higher and nobler aims in our moral, intellectual, and religious careers so that the results from it will radiate to the "four corners" of the earth from our Alma Mater'-Elwood Hi. -The Editor. The passing of one more year has occasioned the producing of another volume of the Crescent which honor and responsibility is necessarily thrust upon the Class of '26. The Staff has worked with a will and although it has had bitter disap- pointments they only make the result more appreciated. The Class is truly grateful for the many outside helps alld suggestions. The advice andhelp of Miss Welborn throughout the course of production was invaluable. Mr. Krause took care of the photography most efficiently, and the Fort Wayne Engraving Co. did its work in a very commendable manner. We have made mistakes--every Staff does., We can not be perfect- no Staff can. We do not know whether this book will find favor, but we are solaced in the thought that we have done our best and have tried to uphold its motto of "Ever Increasing." If you don't like the Crescent, blame the Editor, if you do, blame the Staff. I Joseph Hiatt-Editor-in-Chief. Page Twelve I Q 0 0 5511 4,- 131-anon The Board of Educatron The mainstay of the school system is the Board of Education. This re sponsible group claims little publicity, but it is 11ot always they that talk the loudest, whose influence is felt the most markedly. buch a board cannot be chosen at random nor with disregard for executive ability. Many duties are placed on the shoulders of the chosen few, whose judg ment stands supreme in matters affectinar the business of Education. 'lhc members of this board are: Mr. Luther Grose, presidentg Mrs. I A. Holton secretary, and Dr. Wayne Dean, treasurer. ! One of the most appreciated things done this year has been the effort made to install the much-needed lockers in the high school. This topic has been one of current interest to all students, for some time and the fulfillment of this need is a great benefit to all concerned. Page Fifteen :IV KQV 2 'mug ummm H llulluln :an nul i 0 f - I . N I I , , , ' I ' 0 I V X .g ,yx xw, Ax. 2. . A IST 4 ll tw , .Q N I .. A ' , w .K ,,31.. ,., fu 86' X ws Q5 X 'vf N . X. 'SIREN Q V -v-.,,,,,,.,,,.1- , Z :mug vunl1unnlurnnllllIllllIIllluuluunlulllullunulllluInInunmuunuuunu: 1,2 te. MR. SMlTl-ll VVhile filling the positio11 of principal of Elwood Iligh everyone regarded Professor Smith as an unusually capable executive, but not until he became Superintendent were his true accomplishments realized. Ile is taking his M. A. degree at Columbia Universitiy, and with his educational facilities we reit- erate that Mr. Smith is capable of retaining an office of a much greater de- gree of importance. Occasionally we are given the opportunity to hear a few words from him. for which we are exceedingly grateful. Mr. Smith indirectly guides us over the pathway of our educational career and to him we are indebted to an uu- fathomable extent for the successful completion of our school life. MR. HUFF Fort the past three years Mr. Huff has steered us through the deep seas of our High School career in an extremely commendable manner. lle has settled our questions for us, both trivial and important and is ever ready to aid one -in distress. His aim is to train the student to give to the world the highest and best of which he is capable, to develop us into the future leaders of our destinies -men and women who will stand out as noble in thought, in word, in action, in the eyes of our fellow men-as citizens of the fairest land, whose freedom we enjoy and venerate, and to whose eternal existence we have pledged our all, We know that Mr. Huff is working for our good. I Page Seventeen ' 'Y!"fl "' gf" rl 51 mugnummrllulnnlllllllulIIllllununlunuuuuulllllllllnllnlnnurunurunul 72 Work and P ay 'Tis Springtime! God's Springtime and yours and inine. Yours and mine because God has willecl it so, Springtime with all of its blessings is a gift supreme for him who will but open his eyes and see. We who have worked deligently cluring these nine months of school will more fully appreciate the blessings of the season than those who have "play- ecl." The more positively we separate work and play the deeper is the e11- joyinent. experienced in each for it is as much pleasure to work as to play when interest is there. What enjoynient lies open before us! Vllhat is more pleasurable than a trip to the river or, perchance, to the forestg that forest where the mighty trees lift their giant forms to the heavens where their birth was conceived. Woillrl it not be wonderful to own one of the giants of the vast forest? ls it not wonderful to own a prinirose or a tiny hairbellg to hear the song of the lark or the plaintive call of the robin? Let each of us learn to work when it is worktiine that we may go forth at playtime with a free mind to fully enjoy all the blessings of this season of the year. SEPARATE WORK AND PLAY. -F. D. Huff Page Eighteen .il -. . -, , 5 V 1 w F ,T .qmvbr -...,,,.. ...-. -.s ,- -, -. -'V--.-ggpw-1gt,......,.,. ,I gl .m eg mnmummnnnu I nu I u lnnnn CRESCENT 1926 457, The Future Faculty On a clear, Winter evening, many years after our high school career had been completed, several Alumni members of Elwood High School were en- joying the entertainment of the radio. "Station E. H. S. broadcasting-" a voice announced, and we eagerly waited to hear what this familiar broadcaster, Supt. Smith, might have in store for us. t'At the time of this announcement Mr. Huff is abroad, making some rare collections in Venice. Harold liehynier, a substitute member of the faculty is capably filling this position as Principal. "Mr, ,llarsh has given up teaching and is 110W a famous director of plays -his most sensational work continues-"The Whole Town's Talking." Miss Spencer has been promoted to his position as head of the English depart- ment, with the understanding that she will not talk more than forty minutes in a period. "A contest in French and Latin between Misses Beeson, Reese, and Foote, and lVlrs. Logan-Records, was to be held in the auditorium a few days ago, out Miss Foote nnew so many different languages that she was held ineligible and the contest was accordingly postponed until she has time to forget some of them. "Mr, liratli and Mr. Noble have perfected an experiment that enables communication Wltll Mars-they are now regarded as world famous and their resignation is expected in the near future. "Athletics still hold full sway over El Hi and Mr. Phillips, although now old and grey, is worliing his men hard. A game with Notre Dame University is scheduled for next Saturday. Mr. ,House and Mr. Koontz are the efficient mascots of the team. "Some dispute has arisen regarding the value of pi, and Mr. Forney, Miss Grosswege, and Miss Thurston are in consultation this afternoon. Their verdict will be announced later. 'i "Miss Welborn at this time is writing a book entitled "Pounding His- tory lnto Sophomoresf' Mr. Ashton is sorely displeased because it is whispered he wished to write a book of the same theory. "You will remember Miss Cox. She is now listed as a famous Senator, and it is said she is very diplomatic-as usual. At this some seemed surpris- ed, while others have an 'I told you so,' gleam in their eyes." The program continued and we devoured each word. fContinued on page 1175 Page Nineteen ll 'K f S Q , 64" 45 ming IllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllll lllllllll CRESCE NT 192, Q V 5 ' ire. Z NXIIY E. XVICLHUIIN C. C. IIARSH ICITITII SI'l'INCI'IR ICAIIL B. FOIINHY .X. li. ,illiliilllil lTniv4-rsity A. M, Uilio Siam- .L B. Ilnliznm U. A. IS. 'I'ri-Stzlli' Coils-gf-. 'i'l'll4'il1'l' uf llistory and Univvrsity, 'i'1'1I1'ill'I' ol' Hngxlish. lnriialiu U. Friaglisli, 'I'1-zu-In-1' nt' Englisll. 'IH-114-lim-i' of Matin-llmtirs. L I LHNA M. FUOTE NY. I". Kll.X'I'l.l MARIE 'I'HlTKH'l'0N ll. Ii. .l'HILLIl'S A. M. Mir-higan U. A. Ii. and A. M. A. B. Imliami U. Sum' Normal, 'I'i-nvlu-i' of Latin. Infliznm li.. T4-ai-lim' of Muthvmativs. U. of Illinois. NYisv0nsin U, 'l'i-zu-Iwi' of M1-vllmxivlll 'l'l'ill'hl'l' of Piiysivs and Drawing, Chemistry. Physical Training Director. Page Twenty 1 I fi , , xffpn . 5' mugmm1umnunllnlllllluIllIIllllIlllnullllllllunnnullIn nnnlmnuunmuuun CRESCENT IOP. 6 'Zia' ILXRB.XR.X .X, ISIGICSUN H.XRI.I'IY L. ,XHIITON MAIICIA SNIGICD 'I'lII'IOINll!IC Y. A. B, Tmliunzl U. A. IS. Illlliilllil, U. li. N. Iluliaxuzx U. KUONTZ 'Ve-zu-hor uf l"1'a-114-ll. 'Vt'!l1'lIl'l' uf History, 'I'1-:lvln-1' oi' Cunllm-rl-izll. A. li. lllrlizuml U, 'I'1-lu-lim' of I'Ing.Ulisll, 7 I,U'I'llI'Ili L. MYICRS IIICHIXA HICOSSWICGE I',Xl'I. Y. CHAMPION MARY H. IIPIICSIC A. B. Stnh' Nnrmzll, .L H. Imliuuzm U. Tnrliuuzn Stats- Nurulzll. A. IS. Imlinnu U. Num-io, 'l'1-an-In-1' ul' lN1:1thvn1:1!irs. 'I'x-an-Ile-r of TlldllNfl'i2ll 'l'v:l1-llvr of Lui-in. I'v:n-In-1' of English and Arts. Hixtory. Page Twenty-one iv 5 ,- 6 'uma 1numlmlmlllullllllluuIuluIllulnulllunlunulllInuulnmmuuumunuu CRESCENT 1926 Q i ilk..- l'IS'I'lllCll KUONS ll,XliMl'lll J. DAVIS MARY lfl. COX HARRY L. HOUSE li. S. Vursliu- ll. 14, S. A. Pnrmlnv U. A. B. Indiana ll.g Braullvy l'olyt4-rlinir. 'Fu-zwllm-1' of Cooking. 'lll'2ll'lll'1' of V01-ationul Columbia U. 'IR-zu-lxo1'of Manual Arts. .lgfl'll'lllilll'l'. '1'1-zu-ln-1' 01' History. Civil-s and lCz'un0lnivs. l'lIlNA Mllilil'lKi MHS. IHCCURDS CHAS. B. NUISLE MISS HANNA limfllvy Pnlytvvlirniv, A, Ii. Indiana U. A. B. Valparaiso U., A. li. Franklin Coll:-in-. Tnflizinzi Univ:-rsity. 'l'4'iM'll4'l' of Fri-m-li. Indiana U. Tczu-ller of Pliysivail 'I'v:u-lil-r of S1-wing. 'l'4-ai-liar of English and Geography- and Physics. Biology. Page Twenty-two :m ug numnnlllnlnnlllnluu nl lllllllnl I lullllululllllnnlullnumlunlunneun Q EDNA B. JACKSON HELEN BENEDIGT Standford School of Indiana State Normal, Music, Applied Art School of Indianapolis School of Chicago, Music, Indianapolis Art llel'auw U., Institute. Columbia U. Teacher of Art. Teacher of Music. Our Faculty Tlllle speeds on, unhalting, unhesitating, taking as its companions, His- tory and Memory, each helping to make thc minds of 111911-S01ll9 great. some small-but each an individual masterpiece, dependent upon these essentials. To the Seniors, the precious time spent in the portals of our Alma Mater, has developed a sacred memory of our faculty, a cherished chapter of our life's history. Perhaps in previous years we would have hesitated to voiee sueh senti- ment, when-at times the grim hand of terror clutched at our hearts at the very thou,Q'ht of that staunch group. Then as we advanced in age and wisdom, we became conscious of the fact that our truest friends were among the faculty, and adviee was appree ciated when voiced by a faculty member. e Frequently, when during the course of our voyage on this sea-a storm would overtake us, and our frail bark would be tossed, bewildered and alone. until a beacon light guided us safely ashore. Then we realized the faculty was our friendly port. Now as the future is shining for our imaginative minds, we hesitate- desiringr to linger-to say one last Farewell-Godspeed, and thank you to the faculty, for having made success so apparent. We have fondest hopes that during' life, all friends may prove as true as you, our guides-our Faculty. Page Twenty-three Page Twenty-four I jf X Classes a 5 ,ls 1 , N f 5 74 , f" ..f I R, 2 Q -fsfiig vfwmlf -ii 1 'x L Gs K ,ff if' Clit! ,X X pg' 414' INV QF! gpg'-grffxk 175' ,. M Qs! I XM, , 5, ffjf X fill if gs ,Ig ' I f if' xl it wifi, U'ilne'IT'e fNuLQm- ff? i I A AW! , V X ,fp ,Ls CRESCENT B910 enior Class History "Lives of great men all remind us. We 'can make our lives sublimeg And in parting leave behind us: Footprints upon the Sands of Timefi With these words of Henry Wadsxs'ortl1 Dongrfellow in mind. the Seniors of '26 entered Elwood High in nineteen hundred and twenty-two endeavor- ing to accomplish that task. The first year they. as Freshmen, were practically disregarded by the upper classmen after the merriment of the first few days was completed. Hut with the dawn of the Sophomore sun, life changed-the entire atmos- phere appeared different to them-for then they were permitted te orfranize as a class and Pllliflip their own leaders. The 2A's chose frreen and white as their class colors and the sweet pea as their flower. Tn turn. the followinfr semester the 2l2's selected the sweet pea and Chinese red and white Tn the course of this year the male members of the class won for it the distinction of class football champions, by defeating the strong Senior eleven in an exciting game, By the time the rank of Juniors was attained they considered themselves exceedingly important and set about to accomplish many extraordinarv feats. One of the most eminent was the winning of the class Rasketh-ill tournament. P i Y' Several social events were enjoyed by both elasses while at the same time each was furnishing a major portion to the activities of the school as well as reaping the honors of scholarship. Then they entered upon the Senior year and the name of dignified seniors was attached to them. The mid-year class chose George Haviland as president. Paul Pugh. vice president. and Vera Thatcher. secretary and treasurer. while the sprint: class selected Arthur Harrell. president. Joseph Hiatt, vice president. Marjorie Downs, secretary, and Dottie Castor. treas- urer. T in--' New their course has been completed. Their high school days are past. Each one must bear his own burdens now and it is with remorse that they say "Good-Bye." So in parting there is not a doubt but that their goal has been attained and that they "in parting leave behind them foot prints on the sands of time." Page Twenty-seven 2 1111116nlllllllllllllllll I l l l r I I f mm CRESCENT 1916 SENIOR A Senior thou art, and nothing less, A mark for good or wickedness. Thy life is hence, in thine own hand, To spend thine hours of dropping sand ' ln ways well spent, or in a mode where nothing's gained. To fear-wAlas, Lest time hath flown and left thee sipping of a cup that's drained. So get thee hence to seek thy goal, To play a more intrinsic role Than school hath proferred thee. Paul Pugh. Page Twenty-eight f .5 ming umnnunuulunlnnuluuuulnnnlulllunu nunnnnunnunnunnuuuu CRESCENT 1926 'li GEORGE HAVIIAAND 'Flu-n, though we miss the goal, our rvavh is crowned with a rich rc-ward of unexpectvd things. Football, '23, '24, '25. Class Play. Dramatic Club. Class President. XVr0stling '25, Latin Club. JOSE PII IIIATT In the battlv of life wo 1-an not hire a substi- into. Annual Staff. Dramatic Club. Class Basketball. Class Vim-v Pri-sidi-nt. Di-hating Club. Forge Staff. Latin Club. ROSABE LLE SMITH The-ro is nothing so ir- resistibly vontagious as laughter and good .hu- mor. Class Play. MARJ ORIE DOWVNS All thu beautiful senti- mouts in the world wi-igh loss than a sin- gle lovvly action. Class Socrotary. Drxunatir' Club. Boostor Club President. Annual Staff. Class Play. JOSEPH CLYDE Man, who man would bv, must rulv thi- mn- pirv of himsc-lf. Basketball '25, '2G. Football '24, '25. Annual Staff. Dramatic' Club. Latin Club. RAY DUNCAN Anil, oh, in his lll'Ill'l with a sparkle- liki- wino, Is a K'lllfllll'SS I wish could bu sparkling.: in mino. Band. 0I'l'll0Sl.l'il. CIIAlIlAJ'l"I'E CROSS Thu grandvst dvi-rl is that undons-Q NYlxos4- vudlvss lil'Ulll1lilllfL'S vi-ur and roll, But tnkv no sliapv-tliu raylvss sun, That shines unsi-on within Thu soul. Boosivr Club. Forge Staff. URl'llA NUZVM Shu is so frvv. so kinrl, so zllrt, so bloss- vd u ilisposiiiou ihul sho holds it u nivv in hor grooduvss not to do more- than is l'1'lIlll'Sit'll. Class 'l'rm-asuri-r. ,lunual Staff. Forgs- Stuff. llalin Club Pri-siilc-nt. Drainatii- Club Pros. Boosts-r Club. Debating Club. Class Play. Page Twenty-nine 1 n gil" fsv' ff : Q iunmmuuulnlnlll llllllllIllllllllnnnuluunulllInIIIlnuulunununuuuul 73 'fm .., H.XR0l.ll Bl'lHYMl'Ili For tha' most part his work is liifldvn. Latin Club. J PIA N lC'l"l'E BABBITT Not hurrying to nor turning: from thu goalg Not mourning for tlu- thiugs that disappear. 114-hating Club. Annual Staff. Forgv Staff. Latin Club. Boostvr Club. Page Thirty PAVL PUGH Hi- only is a groat man who can nvglm-t ap- plause of the llllllllt,llllP. and enjoy himself in- llt'IlL'Ilil0l.lt of its favor. Yell Leallvr. liaskvtbull 'ZZZL 324, '25. llrainativ Club. Class Play. Vive Prf-sidnnt. Band. BRYAN 'l'ROT'l'ER. MARGARET SMITH Let us be of good clu-ur, reini-inbering that the misfortunes hardest to bear arv thoso whif-h never come. Boostvr Club. OPAL MOORE Hvpossessc-cl aiu-1-uliar She who works dill' talent of pruduviug oi'- gently roaps much rc-- foct in wliatovoi' he Ward- saicl or did. Annual Staff. Class Basketball. J lfl SSI E THATCHE ll Five-ry man's task is his life prvsvrver. Football '25. Class Basketball. Class Play. XVr1-stling '25, '26, LAWRENCE GOODKNIGHT I like tho man who faves what he must: Sees his hopes fail, yet ki-eps unfnltoring trust. Debating Club Pros. Dramatic Club. Class Play. Forge Staff. Latin Club. Class Basketball. Annual Staff. aff' ,.. , IS -um f nnnxnnInu:nunslulnnunuIlu:unnlnnnamunnuInnnnunnunmnnun CRESCEN1' 192-9 il ,va "la, 3 iv-,fm 2.25, 3 , K ww K I .f , sl ., X 1 LAYYR ENC FI A IALEN 'l'h1- most nmnife-st sign of wisdom is 4-ln-vrt'nl- nr-ss. DL-hating Club. RAYMOND HEFLIN Thou shalt not fret. This is thi- first and the- prre-atest of lln- rom- lnnndmr-nts of vommon sn-uso. Latin Club. ALICE CA STOR HUBERT MORRIS Keen your fam- always Hs- was ri inilrli-st inun- toward thi- sunshine- and na-red man. thc- sllzulows will full bi-- hind you. Forge Stuff. Cluss Tre-asurc-r. FRANCES HETTMANSPERGER Hmm- friends shim- out like stars in winter nights, And make- the vi-ry darkness beauti- ful. Debating Club. Class Play. Booster Club. Forge Staff. Latin Club. Annual Staff. EDMOND STRIKER Counts his surf- gains and liurries back for more. Football '24, '25. Class Baskc-tball. Annual Staff. Basketball '25. AGNES M ICUCCI Shi- doc-th little- kind- ness whivli most ln-nvv undone. Boostl-r Club, Latin Club. Debating: Club. Forge- Staff. Ilranmtic' Club. .L LOUISE FIELDS Wh:-n ws- look into the future-, and soo the good the-re is for each of ns to do, wt- ri-alize after all what n be-nutiful thing it is to work, live- and bo happy. Forum- Staff. Latin Club. Page Thirty-one mm f u ,- .sl"' fd P1 W If ' 2 ,.. .........-nu J CRESCENT l92.b 5 . ' AUDRA .NOBl.l'l llON.Xllll SANDERS LENORE MUKICNZIIC HOWARII ,Xlll.l'lN in in Shu will out-strip ull .X llHllll4S rs-nvli should 'l'u bm- pamtivnt, tu bi- Common M-uso ' 2 kiml: To lu- purposn-l'ul um-omnmu iiC'QIl'0l' is and fiucl, Swovtnm-ss all what tho world calls along.: ilu- way. wixclom. llaitiu Club. liadio Club. N-WY 'IYXYIMR Cll.KlCI,l'lS l.I'l"l'lll'l tiivv mo vonti-nt, all l-lw 1,14 ug 1u1,,,,- wimom is vain: Nor puxvvl' nur ,.mm,lnint- U.n,W.1. Nm.. UW.l"5f5' mill' Jlllilli 'HU' 1-4-ss with humility :mil llfilvi fllld F14 in ml' ll-an-ll ivilllilfl' with rv- nrc- ble-ut, all thc-so, ,,,,w,,,1 1-,.,01V,.. ilu- wllilns I llzlvv cou- ti-nt. Boostvr Club. Dc-butiug Club. Page Thirty-two praise and maku it lmlt bc-hind lwr. Class Play. Forge Staff. Annual Stuff. Boostm-1' Club. Dramatic' Club. Debating Club. Latin Club. V ICH A 'l'1IATC1IlCll "'l'lu-rv is no duty we- so mum-h 'lllllll'l"l'Il.ill' as thu duty of bi-ing l1:lppy.' ' Boostvr Club. Forge Staff. Class Sean-tary and 'Freusun-r. oxi-vcd his grasp. I'Al,'ll MOORE "'l'I1oy 1-an conquer who bvlivvf- thc-y will," Wm-stling 125. fx g iff' 31 --.---Q'-1-----------nn .-JJ CRESCENT l92.o V?-. 4 E Nlililllli XUIIKIS lll'IliM,lN ,lll'II,l'LlNli HICUIIHIA Mt'C.XR'l'Y JACK FOGAHTY "XYiMl:nn is knowing.: Wlwn wt- lvnrn to trans- '1'lu-rv is nothing truly A1S,-lf.,-1.V,,,-,.m.l.v Nvlf what to flu nt-xt, skill mutt- intl-lligrvns-v anal vulunlxlv whirll van lu' kuowlvdgzv. sulf-control is linuwing' limi' to do 4-in-rggy into Sl'l'Yll'l5. usv- jlll!'t'llil504l without jnxius tlwsv tlirvv lvnd lifo to ilr illlll Yil'llll' is twill! I'ulnl-ss. lll'illflllllt'SN :xml unrl lnllor. ww-i-1-igxn pmve-r." H." li niode-at l'0Il!IH'fl'llf'l'. Forgv Stuff. Forge' Stuff. wi- llnve clisvove-rvml thu- In-llming Club, rn-al lbilil0N0lJlll'lAS stunt-. Latin Club, llutiu Club. llvllziting Club, IHGIINIGI-1 JSILXKIG .ll.l5l41ll'l' BllllMl'l I'JVl-ILYN FISUIGR lflilqly M,x,l0lc 'l'lu- u'ui'l4l llvuls good N0 quvstiuu is 1'Vl'l' 501- Oh, li-t your houvsl 110 nlwglys dui-x hir duty nature-dly with good nu- tlv.-al until it if si-ttlwl lIl,llg'llt1'I' tvzu-li. Your ng llmtgm- wha! 11,1 turn-xl pl-uplv, 1-ight. wi-'m'y soul the- swoote-st task. I3470kll'l' Club, Latin Club, spot-cli of !Il81'l'llllt' llrauintiv Clulr. Forgrv Stuff, Boostvl' Club. Latin Club. Page Thirty-three gif" mm moninlllllllllllllllllllllll 1 IIInununlnllnluununlnuInllulmnuunuuunul NT 6 o - . W 'Ili "'5:.,.. . 6 GLENN DUNCAN It is you who must bv the strongvst. To stand till the battl11's thru. And you who must smile thv long:-st And nm-ver despair-just you. Band. Orvlicstra. M .X RVIN HAAS RUTH MONTGOMERY Good tvniper is like a sunny day-fit sheds its brightness everywhere. Boosters Club. Dramatic Club, Class Play. LUCILLIC FICKLE Ho is nevvr alone, that "I shall ho glad with- is in tht- company of in mv. No gray day nobh- thoughts. Page Thirty-four sh all darken the sun- shine of my soul. No storm shall dre-nch the gladm-ss of my heart. Annual Staff, Class Play. Forge Staff. Draniativ Club. CLARENCE MCMAHAN Bless the genius who has his head among the stars and his fl-vt firmly planted on the ground. Latin Club. JOHN L ICSKO Energy will do anything in this world and no talents, no rircumstanr-cs no opportunities will make a man. Football !24, '25, Class Basketball. NVrvstling: VEIQGIL HU'l'CHESOIX Lot 4-vc-ry dawn ot morning be to you as the beginning of life: every svtting sun be to you as its close. Latin Club. ll0R0'I'HEA CLEVENGEIQ It only takes a littlo love to make this life- more sweet. It only takes a littlv vluwi' to make thu day 1-oinplvti-. Booster Club. X U' C SCENT i920 lllllllllllllh uma A .7"" 'W LQ 1 lllll ll IllIIlllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllI'Illlllllllllllllllllllllll I5 ' ' Y 'fra - 1--v'-v AIITHUR HARRELL LFIXVIS XVTLSON "His honor, the presi- "We can always lenvc dent." off talking when we Annual Staff. hear a master play." Class President, Orchestra. Debating Club. Drannatie Club. GERALD SCHUYLER XVILLARD CLARK To him who watches, "The noblest mind the everything is revealed. best contentment has." Latin Club. Debating Club. H ELICN CARTER Nor ever yet success was wooed with tears, To notes of glmlness: Alone the fi:-kle god- dess turns her ears, She he-urs lm smlness. Booster Club. Latin Club. R USSE ll COE No lf-gm-y is so rieh as honesty. Orchestra. Band. Latin Club. Track. U, CHARLES TRANBARGER The truest wealth is that of miderstunding. MARY TRA NBAR GE R How simple is real genius-how simple and modest and umtfferted. Page Thirty-five I Yliflilibl 'L ll "lHFY dp.. ,gf Z L mm? munmlunlnl llllllllnlllnllll nun: lllullnnlllllllllllli lulnnunnnnuul 1 LA V l-IRNE l'.X RKER CLl'lMl'IN'l'S ROBBINS Though 0ll1llt'iLS'lll'C shi- Ripe- in wisdom was is ln-nt, Shi- hm a lu-3 but lmtir-nt and frugal mind. quiet. Class Play. Urm-lwstra. Wrvstling '25. CMH. HI1I'I'l"l'l'1liliY JEAN MlI.l.l-,R Bt- strong, lu- strongr. 'l'lu- lll'2ll'l tllrivvs nut. in my mul' no,-c.vt,1-wpnxk. thi- dull rztin :incl mist 4-n: Bm- not they vour- of 2-Yl001llY llillilli-C, Tlll' am. flown. PM ,mil mm-etc-st i'lowex's uri- thn- through thi- soon-rift fl0W01'S Sllll'kiSN0ll. rnists tht- be-ac-oug That Wllvru glllll light Hlllll- shinvw to ulu-vi' thee- on. ing. Football '24. Trnvk, Page Thirty-six Booster Club. Class Play. Dramatic- Club. JOHN HOBHS "This above ally to thine- ownsi-lf bv truc- and it must follow ae the night thc- dayq thou r-anst not then bf- false- to any man." Baskf-tbnll -24, '23 '26, ALLEN GROSIC Slow to doubt and quit-k to 4-lu-risli e-vc-ry kinrl- ness of thy friend, Last to misjudgv his inton- tion and the foremost to dc-fe-nd. ALETHA BKUNSON They might not ni-4-d mv, yet they might: I'll ls-t my hi-art bc just in sight: A smile so small as mine, might 110, Precisely their necessity. Booster Club. AIlPILlNl'I XVH1S'l'IiI'IlR Anrl I gc-t oawll rlny ax nmzisiirl- of quits- philo- sophic plvasuiw- just by luying up st 1rs-n.mm- of thx- sunshine on my way. Latin Club. N x 73 . .X O in . ,f llll a .llllllll ni ng muuuuul n n lunIllunuunluulnlumulnnnnnuvunurunmmu: CRESCENT 1929 .num 'gal' ' ' ' ,A 1 KR AAL 5, NIMH' IC, Mllihlfllt HOWARD HFINNEGAN ,lull wlwu ull is said Bn- ll lllilllNtP1' of mercy :mud doin-. Whvu wo that truv ln'otherl1ood mst up at tln- 4-nfl, of may live, Nevvr hasty in 4 . Q, 'fx .A 4, . - 7 ,155 ,Y ' I I'IS'l'H ICR' Bl'Il'lBlC FTllg1'llllI'l' l'l'0lll tlx 1- meadows blowing: Nuuglit of limit or HOWARD NVl'llJDI'Il,li Tliouglit is tho soul of . l a num, und is eternal wlu-n it luke-s form in lifm-'s gloria-s flli'1'0 is thine anger, doubly ham-4-41 knowing, tl-nth, one- N:-vor dimming- rm-ady to forgive. Kindness svckillg, kind- thut's :i fri:-ud. Class Buske-tlmll. ness sowing, Not tomorrow, but, to- day. liuosfvr Club. JOHN STOKER ROBERT KINCAID JANE ITOUSTON DIARY UETZ Good nature and H0011 BY 'W -Mil V"""4"l W Kindness sllull be the Lip, wht.,-,. laughtm- lin. senso aw usually vom- SWHIILZ- FPUIII NIP Tight nwasuro of intl-lligom-m-, gp,-Nypi,-n,,,Q.g1,0 Svvpptpst punions: Diliga-nw is H1141 to 1"'fl11I'f', HOW" and the jaws-ls in the Songs sing I, Nong of the Moth:-r of good for- ful- lllqllflll- 0101111 and crown of living sllull lm sunshimn pass HW Word tuuv. UU9- Low and Savrifirv. akmg. Travk. Latin Club. Latin Club. Liltill Cllllw. Class Buskvthnll. Page Thirty-seven fx 2 ff' 'W nn eiunumnuurlilllll ll lu ul l ll l lnln lllulullllllnlillnnl min ununuun f YE 1 - if 1 r M .- ,- -nM:s,.m' HAIIOLD BEATTY 'FHELMA NORRIS GH-:lt works are pi-1" Thi- talont of suvcoss is formed not by strength nothing: more than do- hut hy perseverance. ing what you can do Band. iv:-ll without a thought Ori-lu-sti'a. of fauna Latin Club. HOXY 1il'1.iVI'1"I' 11'1:ANCIS pY1,1q In t'il2ll'1ll'fi'1', in inane Thi-y that govgrn flu- nl-r, in style, in all mass make the least tllinsrs, the supreme ex- ngigo, r-ollvnvu is simplicity. Page Thirtyfeight RA lil'H NVOODYARD Firm of purpose, sure of soul, pressing on- ward to the goal. Up- right, even, undismay- ed, Sure, serene and un- afraid. OPA li Mm-DANIEL 3 to for- life and To be gentle give, True to glad to live. Boosters Club. Latin Club. i 1 RAYMOND DAVIS Let us have spvecll without noise, argumvnt without contention, rea- son without rancor. RYLAND FISHP1 H Our deeds with travel with us from afarg And what we have been makes us what we are. f an BFI,-5 ming1lInn1lmulullllllullllulllllllulllulllllllnnlulllllllIIIlllllnrunluunnuuun 1916 , 72 A lilllhlll HAHBIT l'lliMl'IR I'l'IN'l'l'ICOS'l' RUTH GARDNER CHARLES DOERMAN l"avurs to none. to ull 'Tis not by wishing If you wish to lm Bqttvr n good friend his smilo 4-xu-mls, that wi- gain thv prize. valued, make yourself than silver nr gold. Nor yvt by ruing. But I-Harte. from our falling lvarn Boostvr Club. to rise, And tireless do- ing. 1,l'11NIIllCI, IIAXNIGY VERA Mhulild JOSEPH LINE WII,l.I.xM SIGWARD .X wise nuin will nmkv S110 always knows it We px-vparo oursi-lvl-s An 31111.-rp and ii gf-ii, znorv opportunities than and furthf-rniore She for sudden deeds hy 111-mlm, IH- finds, knows she knows it. the roitvratvd 4-lmir-0 of Football '25 Booster Club. good or evil, that grad- 'Frm-k, ually determines vhar- acter. Latin Club. Page Thirty-nine Z n yi CRESCENT l92.b X, W5- "li, ' VTVIAN STLYICY CLAYTON HORINPI Yl0l..X CL.XPl'l4lIi RALPH HIGH While life endures no Tho miw-vtvst song is Hi- tliirks too mm-li: llvl' ways SIN' ways 01' man is wholly lost from thu unsung: Unspokmi sm-h mon nw dnngnr- ple-:i,s:uit,iwss, tho way that le-ails up is ilu- kindvst wovrl: ous. Roush-1' Club, to i'ig.':lit1-oiisiwss, lmppi- The vlvzlrost vliimn- tllv Footlmll '23. miss nml 1wnr'v. h0ai't's unrnngrl 'l'hv Band. griwiiuli-st musiv thu nn- ln'111'1l. HEIIMAN ANTLIC ES'l'Hl'1R SERIGHT MAl'RlCl'l HOWAIIIJ limuh t0jllf1,'Zk'lHlt firm She huth an s-ye that Studiqng of .imp and to say, Truth with mil smilvs unto all llc-arts. fmnl gf hmmm.. thing,- i-vlvntin: tongue-. Booster Club. Tags Forty DEl,0lIl'lS BRIGHT Nu siugzvr gzramml or hand with lyrv: Within his sweetest song may hold. Thi- fulni-ss of thv flami- iuir fire-2 'Flint ln-lips NVlllllll-A-lllll is not iolcl. J J X A 1 -----Q v--------mm mi- CRESCENT F310 - 13 1 . i -N History of the AMB Class This proniisiug' appearing group is also included iu the present list of Seniors. This elass heeauie iuemhers of the Elwood High iu January nineteen- huudred twenty- three. and have grained the favor and regard of all those affiliated with it. ltluteriug at mid-year this elass is quite small compared with those entering' in the tall. During the initial period ot' their organization as Soplloiuores the offi- cers elected were- Presideiit M-.. .,,..,,...,.. Lawreuee Goodkuigrlit Viee-President Y...,,. .. ,.... .,---- Vivian Gallaher Seeretary ,..,,..,w.....,.... -.,-- Louise Kiueaid Treasurer ,.w,, ...,....,........ W 'iuitred VVhite The elass eolors ehoseu were hlue and gold. and class flower the violet. Several of its uieuihers tool: au aetive part iu sehool aetivities and have since held llI'01lll1lPllf positions iu official eapacities. For the -luuior year the offieers were re-elected, but after' a short time Lawreuee Goodkuiglit resigned as president and lieimett Lamli was named to carry out his duties. The separate office of secretary was merged with tho treasurer aud Vlfiuifred White appointed to serve as both. This class has shown great and eXeelleut qualities aud much is expect- ed of it, iii its final seuiester iu Elwood High. Page Forty-two :film ...MGE mmm n ll unnun -nn-mu: CRESCENT 192.6 uniior Class History ln September, nineteen hundred and twenty-three, the members of this worthy class passed through the portals of Elwood High School i11to an 1111- known land. In the far distance the glittering realms of knowledge were barely vis- ible, but with great sincerity and enthusiasm they determined to master all obstacles that they wou'd encounter in reaching this promised land of know- ledge. With this unsurpassed school spirit they attained the rank of sophomores and the whole, of their responsibility was thrust upon them. Finally it became evident that they needed officers to care for their business a11d very capable officers did they choose. Time rolled on and they became Juniors, having acquired much ability along the line of debators, chemists. Lea Rah Yea Boosters, agricultural stars, history stars, Wrestlers, etc. They chose Mr. Koontz as their sponsor to guide them through the wild- erness of class parties, selecting class jewelry, and putting oil on troubled waters in class meetings. They elected Dan Johns as their leader, Ralph liroyles, his assistant, and Arthur Noble to care for the wealth of the class. ln athletics they were enthusiastic participants, furnishing a number of hard fighting men. Under the leadership of their coach, Mr. House. they defeated the Freshmen ,in the class tournament but met their defeat by the Seniors. At every game the Juniors were found on the sidelines giving the teaiu all that they possessed in the way of yelling and thus helped spur thi-:n to xictory. Yea, their pride is manifold- 'Watch them in '27. Page Forty-three ! NA .Q...---nn u u J CRESCENT l92b f?j W2 Page l"m'ty-foul' lx cizescem l926 l?5i,X Mm, ,C - SFF" 3 . W Illll llllllllllllllllll llillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll W mm. X , , ., Q Page Forty-five NN MW m W'a 4 X nqxg, GSS'-Au x I Q lim IQ l geshyef QjofA07770YC , Junior' SSQ'fl'0" , . i ' :- ,v w x, h . uns. -,kg 5 rifiilgiziiwifffh T119 'ww W- 3.241 1 x vm! WP". 2, 9 X 7 QVW ' sk. 'fa-A n -tiktl, I 'j i 1, ff-N 3 A QY 1? 4, -TQ. fxlxtf I Lge Ifoltx slx fg Q . f "I" RESC E NT 19 2 6 llllllllllllliigzzlllill n 41"- . , alllll llllllll lllllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllll lllllllIllllllllllIlll.ll Ill C Vi 4121... 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H11111111 NVHS 11111 "'1'1'El1' So 11111o111o1'11 C111ss 111 15126, 3 Z' Page F111'1y-se1ve11 I' lpu- l+'m'ty e-igl :Ft 5'-uinv U ul 'YI 'I ll! !"l"' "- Jin 'vo- afwi' v ig mnmu llllllllll mum: CRESCENT 1916 45 'fa Page Fifty Our Scholastic Peregrinations As low as the dust when we entered first The portals of the gateway to success, We stammered and stuttered and looked foolish When the rest of the school called us "l+'resh." Half a year gone and it wasnlt so bad For now there were some much greener than we, So we studied, looked wise, and we got past The first milestone on Life's "Turbulent Sea." We gathered together in September, Oh, there was never a class so brainy, At hookey we played on sunshiny days And at home on the days that were rainy. l'm telling you now of the Sophomores "Beautiful but dumb" as the saying goes, But somehow most of us managed to pass But how-not one of us knows. Juniors are smart alecs, least they are now, But last year was an exception, of course. They put lots of pep in all the school clubs, And at athletic games shouted 'till hoarse. l've related how dumb most of us were, lt wouldn't be right to not mention these Those who have been our class maintays, The pupils who have garnered 4 E's. At last we come to the best of all, QAS all must know it's the Senior Classj "The best class that ever went through the school." He who says "Nay" has a lot of brass. And after we leave in the month of May, And are dealing i11 books or in bricks, We hope 'twill be said there was never a class Like the class of "TWENTY SIX." -Herman Helpling. b " V K 1-'fx' M, -- - r Jef Hu l,,y,,1,'01 Q K K 5' SpygJq.Er-4132! , xx K 1 .x V KKK K K M, , KK K , . . A . ' A ' Q Q. ., KK ig . K! , , KK .Wu . a K . X '- ' ' v . N 3. k . 5' -, J-X ,ff , K K! K . 4K., K K KK Moygsi A -+ r K N ,- K4 fe an 5 5 4K C "M""n' C f ff . f ' ' . . gf? KI 1 X' N . .K L .K - K H V , K K ig, , - ,fs -ff 6 Nj ' Huge fy . Y - K 3? . ls" K .V K :A 'X N 1 ' 2 . '51 4 K K .x Xk.k . K K, 4 .K Q - KK KL.. K 4 'SQA K I Q. K . K K A K 0 K A K., ,KKKK would you-Q 'WWW' ' -K Al?- fI,,,,,"? K , F. KK K V K .K KKK5. ' ""',,,""1..,.. xx -. 'KK Then 'Pamini rw ming U ' ' L . YA Xf J . A+ie! vrqf.-,Q -.r'q. , I C numb? mmimvuunlnlll lun: ul l l luuu ulnnunnuluuulullununnnu nun f f YE. ' ' . A 4,55 lFRlESll-lMlEN We, the Freshmen of the E. H. S., entered into our trials and duties of Freshmen late in the year of 1925 and now that the end of the school year is here there is nothing to do except give to the public the history of our worthy class. To many, especially our upper classmen, this history is already known, and like the facts learned under our faithful instruct- ors, will never be forgotten. 'But for the benefit of futu1'e generations we deem its advisable to tabulate the facts as they appear. We started in with a "vim" and a f'hang" like all other Freshmen amidst jokes and teasing, but we were told and would almost have been heart-broken had we not experienced the fun. Beneath the outward attitude of our loyal upper classmen there was extended to us a feeling of good fellowship and real sportsmanship which caused us to wake up and take notice that we would be the future admin- istrators of the E. H. S., hence our motto, 'iWll6T9 there is life, there are Freshmen," has characterized our every move throughout the year. We have endeavored to show the school as a whole that we have an interest in athletics which we consider was not surpassed by any other class. First, we furnished a number of worthy men for the teams who have proved to be very successful in their beginning career of athletics. Secondly, we have shown a worthy showing at the games to boost our athletics and have been faithful builders of sportsmanship. So with the hope that the Freshmen class of next year will 'do as well, we do this day lay down the name of Freshmen and take upon ourselves the more dignified name of Sophomore. lt is our fondest hopes that as Sopho- mores, we may lead all classes in every respect. Page Fifty-twc Page Fifty-threw , . . W.,.m..g 4 'E' Q , f' , X f71 I 4 ww-M-qui V 7 , -M 4 ,, ,M kj , W ., ,r dia "'x,AA.,QQ..A1,,-rl 'KX' fr f, W vii' Q N A . an thi, 9 5 3. IA V . Q' Q Q 1 Txixor' xx j'.Qt nga 3,1 Q Y A Q, b an 4 35 ,I ' Srl 7 X W Mm ,,,X-.,.,A,,,A.A...A,,x,0 'rfxermaicl C! 'Nw ey v -.Lf.5:A+mWo-w5:'. h Aki' 13, ,ix 'gy lgghf dkocif 'PORK . fwiqrgmfann-H A QW.-n -M1 age Fifty-six HQ-f 2 Literary pipes ff f Xi ,,.!,! If, K Xiixff 1, 4' ,K X kr ' X, ' V Y , I K J , : ., ,, 'y-f ' 575.gif ff X , W fi:-1. nfl, 4. E 'L ff Q -'V' 155355 fl ff vy ,FNB ' ff? 1 ' X, i A .7 J fx ry F ' ,mx - , , --,..--...t A , I ' L ?.3"rin.ik1'A ., ,, L s . ' ' W ff ., ' , ' ,f ,, 41 fl-fl -V, --fqw ' Q' 'rffsyf Q 5 A f 4 ' ' im 334' 'zf'21g. " ff -fl fl 9 l. o 411'- Z ming ummunuunlullulluuuulluIluuunnulnrnnlnnlnlluunnnun nunu 'fi The Trap lieermug Bronson was dreaming. He half sat, half reclined on a chair tilted against the wall. His hands were clasped over a huge llltllllltkllll of fat that alternately rose and fell every half minute. Beermug had once been a handsome fellow, but now he was only a saloon keeper. His complexion was rather florid and a brilliantly tinted nose graced or rather nestled in an enormous coffee strainer-but this has nothing to do with the story. lt was a midsnmmer night and a hot one. There were no customers in the saloon, so Beermugr took a little nap. "Yes Tt was right here where my sister met her death." Reermugr could dimly hear the words but he couldnit see any thinar. YOS. he was dreaming-beyond a doubt, he was dreaming. "lt makes me shudder. I hate to think about it. Everything: was all riuht until- Reermug strained to hear the words but thev were lost in a sob. To a casual ohserver, l2eermug's stomach. or rather bav-window. still rose and fell. six inches ew-rv half minute while, at the same time. a vnlnvne of sontters and groans issued from his lips. Reerinwf Tlronson was sleepinf' and perhaps he was dreaming. "She had been here before and told nie ah'-nf fl-e free lunch. She said it was Qreat thicl. The fumes from that hole-down there under that brush pileiintoxicated her and--" The voice died away and Beermne' eenld hear a hnvzine. His nose felt itehv. flautiously he opened an eye. "So" then stealthilv his hand started to describe an are. The arc grew wider and wider. Now it began to close. Then a sudden descent. "Ah !" Beermug grinned delightfully, He settled bael: and soon was fast asleep again. Thus was acknowledged the workings of Fate. The mosquitoes dropped to the blood-bedewed nose of Beermugr Bronson and were smashed in the awkward posture of their falls. The flames of their lives expired. and Death and Decay and Beermug Bronson held illimatable dominion over all. -Herman Helpling. Page Fifty-nine .ffp -- :guru-1, e u nu ll I uunnu ummm CRESCENT 1915 fjg "'5n...- The Cosmetic Adventure llramatic Personae. Mary Ann --- ...............,. .-, ,, The Girl l50bby .......... --- The Boy Mr. Michael ........ ..................... - -- The Father The Imp of Rouge. Act One---Scene One. The first scene is in the Michael parlor. Mary Ann and .Bobby are seated on the comfortable davenport in front of a huge fireplace in which a warm fire is burning. The lights are low and the fire sends a soft glow over the young people. lt is rather early in the evening. Mary Ann-f'lsn't it comfortable here, Bobby?" Bobby-"Yes, dear, I could stay here forever." lPatting her on the eheekj. Ile suddenly noticed his hand was covered with rouge! "Mary Ann, why do you wear so niueh rouge?" Bobby- 'LWhy Mary Ann! I did11't mean to offend you, but I do have to see you all painted up like an Indian." Mary Ann-'tWell! I guess this is my face Qshe jumps to her feet and starts out of the roonij and 1'll put anything I want to on it-so there." Hobby-"Why, Mary Ann!" Qaghastj Scene Two. Later. Mary Ann returns to the rooni, wiping her eyes with her handkerchief. She sits down again on the davenport, and gazes mournfully into the fire, While she is sitting there a red figure comes into the rooin and glides softly up behind her. The Red Figure Qtouching her on the shoulder!-"Ah, Ha! So I have you also dazzled and completely hypnotized like all the other girls. Ah, Ha!" Mary Aim--"VVl1y-wliy, who are you? Where did you come from? Oh you are so hideous! Get out of my house! Get out! Oh-o-o-on Qshe weeps violentlyj. The Red Figure-t'Don't tell ine to get out. Claughs mockingly-point ing a bony finger at herb. This is not your house. Ah, Ha! You are sitting on a cloud in Chaos! You are doomed! You are wicked! Ah, Ha!" Mary Ann Ctoo frightened to cry any longer!-"Oh-o-0-0-what have l done? Why ain I here, and-and-Oh, who are you?" The Red Figure-"You! You don't know me? You-who have made lContinued on page 1161 Page Sixty rump, mmm lun ununl gummy Z ie- A X ky '39 ' Ll in X afffff . i' 1 f DEW A .' ' ,fur W-5, e""1'U!Ul!llE iii j E mx , 415 ,, 'P' 'Z' -P- SEPTEMBER. 7-Labor Day-No one worked but the cider in the cellar. 8-School starts in earnest-so do our troubles. 10-Forge staff announced. 11-First Pep meeting. 12-Prospects looking' fine-edefeab ed Kokomo. 19--lieat Richmond-in vain. 2lHAnnual staff announced. 23-Rooster party. 25-Pughy informed us that Kingy is a brother to his brother-we agree. 26--All aboard for Mooseheart. 28-Wliat a lively looking bunch- just too bad. 30-Mr. and Mrs. Clase entertained. --Ra CRESCENT 592. OCTOBER -We hear Mr. lfhnig' was an eX- eellent supporter last year. lieat Gary or hustewe bust. Film ou milk e-Elwood 13, SllOl'll'ltlg1't' lil. Mr. and Mrs. Ulase entertained again. 4'Peppery Pep" meeting: Yards. y llunean missing' from our midst, Hooster initiation- Clike oys- tersilj -23q'l'ea eh ers ... E4'Seeu-yers" looking' pretty -4 Qettiu' a leeturiu'. having Annual pietures taken. Fire alarm, but didu't alarm anyone. Auditorium for Old lronsides. Anderson 0, Elwood T-Good work, team. N55 7 7 A p .Qt i F F 9 Page Sixty-one .Fl"' f wuzmmnmlllunlnlllnllu lllnlll I lun un nullu lllllun u n unnn 75'- "fn, DECEMBER. Y 1-"Seen-yer" class play east an- ...-, W. - - liounced. 2-Our Dramatists held a meeting. 4-Lecture course "Two Fellows and a Girl." 6-Classes again. Parents and Teachers express their talents in "Ye Ol-l School Days." 'tliergitta and Jessie," 11--Can our l-Boosters sing? Mr. Coxen entertains. NOVEMBER. . 14'-4B class meeting. 2-'Ye Students of Physics, Elmer Pentecost let out the informa- tion that whenever one spits it will drop where you aimed it." 18-Class play "The Whole 'l'own's Talking." 19-lioosters hold food market. umm' 'I-Chemistry Lab Romance - as--Our old Boosters on the plat- form again-headed by our Mayor. -Auliddie made the touchdown for his Charlotte but she wasn't there to sec him." -Misty, moisty day. A-Knowledge being grabbed wholesale. efulilessed are they who c-ram, for they shall not flunkf' f-Cards? We like flowers but Oh, those "sweet peas" on our cards. 4'l'nrkey day. -27-Vacation. Page Sixty-two 22-Game with Kokomo-sad story. 23W-Det vacation be unconfinedg nine whole days. 3I3's class party. Q K' . 'KS . ai V ' H f A' 27' F 4 1 L A "fy qv E 9W ' ' f, .1 f I ' , Q zfibts f il ,--I , 5: XX 9 nm fq unn1IuuluunlunullIlIIInIulllIuuluulululnullllllIIIllulllnunnurunlnun CRESCE N 1' 192, 0 'SW' 'Z fi ' A mln Y?- WWW: FEBRUARY. If , o f X 'fur l-glioostc-1' 1llO0llllg. , A . Kg H , . S-Warm-h yfllll' p's anml qsgwrlf- ' , K ' if W ing' 1-lass ln-ing' organimwl. fi - - f 5 ,4 ' g f Tipton j.L'illIll'-+24-24. I 47 I A , f K M Almrahanl Linvoln show. . ' "'s'f XNotInng' Illllvll, JANUARY. l"-llllllllllglllill has our NlllL'l'l'l'Sf sympathy for W1-'rv out fo win. fi-filvlw has his usual clatv with Mary. ll'--l"irst wcm-ptioll play l'i'lll'2lI'S2ll. l2f-lmutlln' on tho "lflfl'ocTs of 'l'o- bavco. " 1-1-Snrcly sonwono is gi-Ttilig' rim-h on 11l2l1'l'CllllIg'. ln-Eyory Sixllllll' looking' his host- Rm-1-ation nifvhf. E' 16-Rusllvillv l101'4-ffSo1'1'y it ha4l to be that way. 19'--l"1'4'SlllIl1'll wo wvlconw yon to our fold. QU'-Sllll1lllllVlll1' ln-af ns. BGA-Why all the hlnvnvss -lov? 01'pha's not so far away. 27-,Ili-ar about that l'inv boh-slml party1h1-4li'shacl? Wv 1li1ln'1 vitln-r. lliifo. lll'?Illl2lill' 1-Inh nn-citing: Vast vhosvn l'or onm- auf plays. ffhn' .pnhlic S.lN'2llil'l'S talk fo ns again. 'l'hing1s go along' as nsnal. lmhanon lll'l't'-fl'2llll0l' not te-ll. 'YQIIOPI' what a littlv pivco of ,Lflllll Uilll i'2lllNl'42lSli lA'll0l'0. cl G Q C7 U' 0 47 Q Q , Pago Sixty-three nu f n lmluIllllllllllllulIlullllnulllnunuullllununnllunnuuu nuunn :ul V226 .fif- .-, 5' 5 , . ... 5. 'li Zn., MARCH. I ,I l- Olll' 1-tlitol' has tho lllt'1lSlt'S. fl Ythivss who 11ow'??'? 7fffEVl'I'f'0ll0 got out thvii' fl01'c04 linvcl shot- strings tlll0 to tht- fzill ot' the lll0l'UllI'y. ll-ffNVv lost om' goal. 1 l.lf linh, Rah. S11n1111it1'ill1'. ltif--lC11tv1't'1i111-tl hy li0lll'llll2lll glass li' o11'1'1's. IS lloostvi' 81111111-1'. flilll they vi-fili? Ask Bliss Vox. Zl Nvhool lc-I out at ll00ll f0l'lllll0l1 tmlny. 213 'lll'2Ylll to liloomingftoii. 253--l'1-p invw-tiiigg "Nino for the VV1'1'stl01'.' " N' APRIL. f 1-2--Start things off with bungrss vacatioii. 5-gAlflSlGl film. , 6--Allllllkll mlrivt,--lniy an plt-flgv. 84-l,l'2llll2lill' play a big' success. 9ff'a1'ds o11t?'?'? 14--Wliat is your l'0llll7lllHll0l1? 19-Nowspzipors full of Vtfll'l0llS thiiigs such as auto ziccitlviits :mtl the likv. Zlf-VNotl1i119g elsv Slll'I'lIlQI. ' 26-Heli-11 had a slate with Ray last night. Q MAY. iifgstlllli' lllySfQI'y Hl'0l1lltl school. -l L No onv knows what it is but f -if-f-Mow 111-ws on iiiystc-ry, which is not out ye-t. X Sf -Still morv and still not o11t. 3 tiAfAt last. l311tY11 few must rc- main for svnior wvfili. 10-AAll arc' iiiakingr big: plans for S1-nioi' wclvk. l4FAllllll2ll 1'o111i11g soo11. 24-274-lust se-11iors'??? 27-F'z11'e11'ell-liest wishos for a happy Vacation. Page Sixty-four .,.Y,,,,,- ' . . e CRESCENT T926 75. li Breaking the Monotony There were twelve of them--six boys and an equal number of the weaker sex-all seated i11 more or less perilous positions. Some were perched on the arms of chairs, others draped gracefully over the staircase, and still others sat on the floor. All was dead quiet and each one seemed plunged into a deep, dark study. After a lapse of some fifteen minutes, one of the com- pany yawned loudly- "Ho, hum, hasu't anyoueaany ideas after all this time devoted to thought? Wllat a dumb crowd, Well, as for me, T'm going home. Every- one is dull company. Why can 't we find something interesting to do? Oh, well, no use to moan. Well, tra-la-la, everybody." 'Before anyone could stir, a veritable whirlwind came into the room in the shape of a small towsled person, with a face flushed with exercise and cheeks wet with rain. She excitedly scanned the bewildered faces around her and then, unable to keep her news a moment longer. she cried, "Well, are you all turned to stone or something? Why don 't somebody ask me what has happened?" "Oh, Gay, now don't get neeved. We haven't unite recovered from your unexpected appearance. Why all the hurry? Out with it. Bet a thousand, you 've got something up your sleeve." "'Course T have, silly. 'I'hat's the proper spirit. Gather closely and T will unburden my soul to you. You see. it's like this-T have been worrying about you infants for quite a while and T've bee11 wendering bow T we" to shake you out of your chronic state of boredom. My golden loeks were slowly but surely being turned to silver when the miraele m-eiirreflf' Here Gay was forced to pause for breath. and from all sides the now wide-awake youngsters uttered cries of "Go on" and "T7on't keep ns in suspense." t'Well, to resume," said Gay, putting her finger to one side of her sauey uptilted nose and winking provacatively, the idea came and. if T do say it. it is perfectly peachy. Hark ye, T crave the presence of eaeh and every one of you at my domicile on Thursday evening, dressed for hiking and don 't forget to take heavy sweaters, because it is bound to be chilly before we get back." 'Oh, Gay, I thought that you had a IIGXV idea. Gee, an old hike's no fun -besides we've had several already this spring." Gay whirled around until her eyes met those of a boy squarely and then she said with considerable heat, "All right, Ray Reed, you do11 't have Page Sixty-five I 4 'Y' ll " if mn-gnnunnnv nmnun I n I umm lfjlb 173 A 0 to come-but you will be cheating yourself out of a mighty good time." Four o'clock Thursday evening found a merry crowd assembled in front of Gay Liambert's home. As usual, Gay was the center of the laughing mob and her spritely tongue was in action also. For any jollification, Gay was always the one to be consulted, for she was the life of the crowd. The crowd started out in high humor and before the first mile was reached, all were singing hilariously to the metalic twang of' the banjo-ukes of various musically inclined members of the crowd. The hilarity was at its height when Gay sang out the order to stop. They had halted before a picturesque old brick house of marked colonial style. The old walls were thickly covered with ivy. The surrounding grounds gave evidence to the fact that it had been deserted for some time. Gay was already upon the stoop and turned around to her companions, "Right here is where we are going to have a party, isn't it the most ro- mantic-lookiiig spotlll' An hour afterward found all evidence of the feast cleared away and all the members of the party gathered in a little group around a blazing tire. ln the middle of a very tortuous solo being rendered by one of the aspiring young men, a dreadful crash sounded trom the next room. ln a moment all were on their feet and all crept toward the center of the room. Une of the boys got to the door before the rest of the party and Ilung open the door. Absolute darkness ,greeted the eyes of the fright- ened group. A flashlight was produced by one of the more resourceful youths and soon the interior of the room was bathed in light. There in the middle ot the room, sto-od a cat in the midst of the ruins of an old Water pitcher, staring snainefacedly at her discoverers. :shrieks or laughter rang throughout the old house, whose walls had known silence so long. That evening, on the road home, Gay said to the crowd, in an "I told you so" voice. "Well, l guess that was plenty exciting. You'll remember that to the end of your days. And what's more, I guess our "spook" put an end to the old bogey 'Boredom' for all time to come." -JEANETTE BABBITT H. S. Dictionary. A-Absurd-Answers given to questions. li--Blanke-Condition of mind before exams. Brains--Going out of style. C-Classroom-Sleeping quarters for pupils of the high school. D-Desks-Articles with inscriptions in assemblies. E-Excellent-A grade you can't have. F+F'lunk-Very important word every six weeks. Page Sixty-six we-V ?7 X Q ffl' mme?umuunlluunnnnunununnuuunlllnllullunnllllnlullnuumluununulul W5 I 1. , fe. Tony's Plea Scene-A Court Room. Judge of Circuit Court. Tony Maribens, a shabbily dressed Italian boy of 15. A burly policeman. '1'o11y-"Meera Mista Judga-l be Tony Maribensf' Policeman-gbteppixig forwardl-"Yes, yer honor-l1e's the thief," '1'ony-Theifa? .ue '1'll81lZil Uh meesta Judge lno theift! De man say l take de mon? No meesta Judgaf' Judge-"Well, what are you doing here then?" '1'0ny-Qlips quiver1ngj-- 1 be arrested-Aleesta Judga, Bigga poiee- nian-he shalca me-he bring me herea-1 falla-1 hurta myself-but Judga 1 no taka the mon. l'ol1eeman-"Yer honor, he did." 'l'ony-gapproaehing the Judges benehj-"l'll tella you how l eome hera meesta Judgaf' J udge-' 'Alright sonny. ' ' 'Pony-"Weel-Today I come homa vera late a11d I see a bigga bunch stana in Ironta da doora. 1 ru1111a up da staira where I live and 1 see 1ny beetle sistaire. She lay on de floora. De Doctor ees dere-I ask Dov 'wot ees de matta wid my sistairel' De doeter he say, 'Tony-she be vera SCCK-S119 must hava de medicinf I say, 'oh meester Uoeta 1 ai11t gotta no IIIOII., ,lie say 'vera weel then, she 110 getta. weel wid out the medieine'!" g'l'ony starts eryingj. Judge-"Come, finish your story." Tony-"You see my mama sl1e die wen my sistaire was a wee babe an 1 promise my mama 1 taka de care of dee baby, a11 now she seelt. My papa he lett us before my mama she died. Oh 1 loved mama, Oh, meesta Judga, 1 hadda have dat mon. Weel, when de doctor he leave, I go to de druga stora and 1 tella de man-bout de inedeine. He say, 'l can 110 leet you have de medeeine, widout de l110I1.' 1 erya, l begga, he he saya 'No,' and snuff me oud de doora. lt's veera dark. If go oud de alley a11d dow11 to der drug stora- l breaka de glass. My sistaire, ees vera seek. I taka de haf dollar and den l ru11. I go up a town to a drug stoora and buya de niedcine, Den I runna all de way l'l01l1e. My sistaire-she needs me, go een de house, my sistaire I call here. l say 'Leesa, Leesa, herea de medeeine,' but she 110 answera. I go to de bed and I shaka my leetle sistaire. She no answer-Meesta Judga, she, she de deada-an l promise sweet mama up i11 heaven dat I taka de eare of Lisa-and now she deada-oh-Meester Judga-" fCrouehes sobbing against the deskj. Judge-CComing down off his platform, stoops over and touches 'l'ony's shoulder-"Come, Tony-You are discharged." Tony-,flooking upj-"Deescharged? Oh, Den I gotta go to Jaila?" Judge-"No you are free." Tony-"Free? Oh I can go baeka de home to my daid little sistairl-2" Judge-"Yes, Tony." 'E'ouy-Cjumping upb ah Thanka you meesta -Iudge-'Fhanka-'l'hanka." lllnns from the court roomj. Fjnis, -UDA ADAMS. Page Sixty-seven , VIZ fl i ur 41" , .yn r 5 mug? .......... .......... CRESCENT 1915 YEL Page Sixty-eight The Daisy Field The scene of my little story ls in a daisy field, Where the eountry all around it ls good for any yield. Out in this daisy-field There lived a pretty maid, In a little hut that stood Amid this thronged parade. A beautiful maid indeed was she Her hair was a, yellow hue, And she was sitting in the daisy-field Amid the flowers that grew. Out in the daisy-field she sat Witli her hair of shining gold, Pluckingr the petals of a daisy Having' her fortune told. He loves me, ah, he loves me not She repeated as she plucked them, And pulled the petals one by one Away from their slender stem. He loves me, ah, he loves me not And oft' had she repeated, A shame it was that one fair maid Could be so much conceited. A non she plucked the last fair one She now must yield to fate, For she had counted leaf by leaf And this was number eight. The maid then 'rose from this lone spot To find one much rarer, Off to a place where she could find A daisy's face much fairer. But, Ah, this maid has grown in years, And has roamed her life to find, A daisy, Oh that fairest flower, That held the number nine. -Bonnie Harrell. ML. l, , an A 4 L' "tw Q ff? ul' '13 ' e- fa, , WVR' " . 5 1 :5 Z ,QL Q " 1. sf q ,jg 5 1 qv 19955 , M ' 1 f V u ' N , w s 4 f X A sf' ' g mmf amumInlnlnulllllllulunllulunInlnlnnnulnlInlnnluuunununnnnnul QQ21, MR. PHILLIPS Six ya-ars ago Mr. Phillips uann- to Elwood High. At that tinn- wo hall hoth a haskvthall anal football tvani. lint no track tc-ani. llc' has vstahlislnw a travk ll'?llll and has plave-fl ont' football and haskvthall on snvh a statns that wa- arm- lnlly l'l'l'Ug'lllZ0il. llc- has llI'llll'fl npon tho fam-t that "to play vloan. although in mh'l'4-at" is tho ln-st policy. Anil ln- has lllillll' lulwooll known all ova-1' tho statm- as tln Hl'll'2llll'Sl figflltingg' tvain of all." Anil that is sonnithingg' to hc- pronml ot. 'l'ln'vv ye-aifs ago Elwood won tha- Tri State- Iiaskvthall Vhainpionship Anil two yoars ago in football we- mlvlllate-ll lhlKi0S0lIl'Ell'l, lllinois Statv VIHIIIIIIS 'l'hat only govs to show tha- wonclcrfnl l'ig'llting' ualilwi' that hm- has int'ns4-cl in athlvtics. Ile' hollls honors in other line-s than coaching, llv is a tvavlivi' of ahility. Hel toaulws BIPl'll?lllll'?ll Drawing. llc' is a frank. opvii-livartc-ll, 1n'avti1-al- ininclvml inan. ,He has a keen sonse of hninor and van fave all difficulties without a qnivl NVQ' all wish to Pxlllllil oni' appreciation to him for tho wonmh-rfnl work that he has clone and the- vvpntation that he has grivvn to Elwood High. MR. KOONTZ 'l'wo yoars ago lllr. Koontz cann- to lfllwoml High from lnmliana llnivvr- sity. 'l'I1vi'e ho mlistingnislnfll hinisolf. H0 was vloutml Uaptain of thc Wrcstling' tvani and was awarclvml tho Ginibvl lllCllill for sportsiiiansliip. Continued on Page 73. Page Seventy-one 2 ........ ....-... ....... CRESCENT 192.5 A Tribute to Athletics Life in itself is a conquest That is fought to win or to lose, The battle goes ever onward lt's terminal-we cannot choose. Thus with our strife in athletics That is dear to the heart of El Ili, To the end the boys play-win or lose, Ever hopeful, tho' victory passes by. The whistle blows-the game is ou Madly wave the Red and Blue-- No matter what the game may be We're for you lads-ever true. 7 No hero of Rome or Troy Can display a l1l01'6' honored crest, Than our boys-of Elwood High, If they have played their best. When school days are o'er and you go into hife spacious fields to toil, AWe bid you be fair, brave and true, The proud name of your school, never soil. Because you, our team are worthy, Our Annual is chosen for you. You did your best, in every strife lu return-may Life's failures be few. --Lenore McKenzie. Page Seventy-two .-.-,,.1.,s.,-,,,,,.,,- Q.. V. -... . ..... . ,. - -'wean '-1 L. 4 ze' 2 a CRESCENT i920 Track of 925 Approximately fifty boys answered the first call for track at thc end of the basketball seasong good material was evident. ln order to interest more of the boys in track an interclass track meet was held April 4. The meet was good training for them too for the coming dual meet with Manual 'l'raining High of Indianapolis April 10. The Seniors had very little diffi- culty in winning the interclass affair. Elwood lost both the Manual meet and the triangular one with Technical and Shortrulgc but came back strong and won the triangular meet with Muncie and Alexandria. by 20 points. 'l'he first Madison Vonnty Track Meet was also won by Elwood by 25 points, taking the shield and a cup in the meet, Elwood then entered the Gary ltelays but her speed was not up to stand- ard. llowever, Edmond Jones entered the half mile race in which SP3 other prominent runners were entered and won first. The Reilly team also e11ter- ed the Kokomo Relays, but was defeated. The sectional was held here May 16. Elwood won first. with 29 points against fourteen other schools. Jones tmile and half milej, Virgil thigh and 10W hurdlesj, Mays Qquarter milej, Stoker tpole vaultj, lung Qshot putj, and Murphy, Haas, Jones, Virgil Qrelayj, qualified for the state meet. ln the state meet N lrgil scored 8 points for his team by placing second in both high and low hurdles. Ile missed first only by inches in both races. M.R. KOON TZ. Continued lrom Page 69 .He has shown his ability i11 his position as assistant coach. lle has taken charge of the second teams and made Elwood proud of their skill. And the skill that he had to heal their aches and pains will never he for- gotten by the athletes. 'l'l1e wonders that he has accomplished in wrestling is a miracle. Com- ing to a school that had never taught wrestling before, he turned out such a team, as had never been known in this part of the state. ln fact, so good was it that it won the State Championship of '26, He has 11ot only shown his ability as a coach, but as a teacher, and as an "all round good fellow." He is a teacher of English in Elwood High. By his good nature, his keen sense of humor, his practical mind, and his general heartiness, he has made a niche in our hearts that will never he forgotten. Page Seventy-three I QQ! un?nuumuluullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllulllllnllnlnllnlllrll nmunnuunlul ,van 1, V 4 b .,.J Q MEREDITH THORNTON "Baldy" Fight gem' Page Seventyffour Yea, anthersi! PAUL PUG H "T0pplc." f...,.,,..: 1 mfr,- 3 Q musk annum llullllull unlulll nuuulul 1929 75. ' E llia... Locomotive. Rvilll-Pilll-1'Hll-l'H li ! El ! wood! El l wood! Rklll-1'Hll-I'Hl1-Tilll ! El! wood! El! wood! R1Hll'I'?lll-1'?lll'l'?ill ! El! wood! El! wood! Yea-a-a-a-a l Elwood ! Five Teams. 'l'eam! Team! T93Ill-'ll02llll-TOEIIII ! Yea-a'a-a'a-a-a ! Six for the Team. YlElLlLS Fight 'Em Team. Fight 'em team! Fight 'em team! Figlit-figlit-figlit l Em-eee-yah ! Figlit-figlitl Ettt-yah! Fig'l1t-figglit! Fight 'em team! Fight 'em team! Figllt-figlit-figlntl Skyrocket. R'-I'-1'-H-El-H-ll'll-ll ! Wll'XVll-l-l-l-ll-ll-gl'-fl'l E1 Hi! El! Ho! El Hi! El Ho ! Sky-X011-l'tlll-1'0XV ! Oskee-eye-wee-wee! ll'l00-Illll0lU'9-NVPPIII-XV0011! ! Oogiv-oogie-wa-wa ! 'l'eam-team-team ! Hit 'Em Hard. llit 'vm hard! llit 'em low! Yea-el ! Elwood! Le-t's go! Yea, Panthers ! y f . . ...Z Rah-rah-rah! EAMM' XGA' lzdnlhels R, ul ,, , Elwood! Tea, Ianthers! .Ili-ia l-ldll. .Y K I Yu 1 YP. I Team-team-team! ed ' Ld ' 'I ' Alivevo! Elwood Locomotive. Alivevo! Alivvvog Alive-vo vivo E-l-w-o-o-d! vum, E-1-w-o-o-d ! Go ,fret a rat trap big'g'v1' than a E-l-W-0-0-fl! cat trap Yea-a'a-a-a-a! Go get a cat trap bigger than a Elwood! rat 'trap E-l-W! Ma! Pa! Sis! Room! Rah! Elwood Hi School! Rah! Rah! Rah! Fight 'em Team, Fight 'em team! Fight 'em team! E! E! E-l-w! O! O! O-o-d! E-l'w-o-o-d ! Elwood! Elwood! Elwood! Yea! Elwood ! Yea-al Elwood! Yea-al Elwood! Fight! Fight! Fight! Yea-yea-yea! Oh 11 Fight! Rickety, Rackety, Russ. Rickety, Rackety, Russ, Wl1at's the matter with Noting' at all, ll0llllll!.l' at all W0,1'f' the gang' tl1at's doing' i Come On Red. Come on Red! Come on Blue! Come on Team! We'1'e for you! Tha.t's the Old Fight, Fight. 'l'hat's the old fight, fig-ht! us? tliowl Yea! Rah! Elwood! CLoudl Yea! Rah! Elwood! Tl1at's the old tight, fight! , VVl1at's the old fight fight? fiflll. 'l'l1at's the old fight, fight! Page Seventy-five nl O E ,, 1 i -gui-nun u nn " llll nunmuunlnu unumuun CRESCENT 1916 History ol: the Football Season Elwood, 123 Kokomo, 3. All was set for an auspicious opening Saturday, September 10, with Kokomo as the victim. Although handicapped by a muddy field the locals made a fine showing. Kokomo made her only score on a place kick. Blume and Hyde accounted for Elwood's scores. Richmond, 143 Elwood, 0. Elwood lli journeyed to defeat Saturday, September 19. Because of the intense heat many time outs were called. Riehmond's scoring came only in the nirst half. The second half was played on even terms to a Oi-0 score. Mooseheart, 62, Elwood, 0. The above two teams clashed at Moosehcart on Indiana day, September 24. The trip took the form of an excursion fourteen coaches strong, but Elwood could not repeat her performance of last year, and the boys were outclassed, hut not defeated. Emerson, Gary, 17, Elwood, 0. Although again defeated the Red and Blue showed marked improve- 111e11t and held the state champs scoreless for three-quarters of the game. A fumble in the first quarter proved costly. Iresko made a touchdown for Elwood but it did not count as Elwood was caught holding. Page Seventy-six f aff' Jil' ,P A CRESCENT 192.6 W2 ' ' "ln Shortridge, 20, Elwood, 13. The last ininnte of play was disastrous for ltllwood. Striker ran sixty-five yards for a touchdown on the t'irst kiek-off. l4llwood's passing: was very good in this granie. The last quarter started with a 13-lil deadloek. Scoring on a pass in the last minute won the g-anne for Shortridge. Technical, 135 Elwood, 9. This game was played in a sea of mud and since only straight football could be used, the Tech advantage of weight won tln-in the granie. Elwood made many good gains and her defense was good. VW play tln-in again. Let's fight. Greenfield, 7g Elwood, 0. The Raed and Blue nlayed Greenfield, October 21. lfesko and f'lvde were out with injuries and King' and Morris were given a ehanee. High. a sub. showed un nieely. The game was marked by niany oft'-sides, Greenfield scored in the last of the first half. Elwood, 73 Anderson, 0. Aaain we were forced to nlay on a muddy field, whieh lll't'VOlll'1'4l nass- ingr. Elwood gained eonsistently on straight football and was never headed. Victory over Anderson is sweet indeed. Muncie, 283 Elwood. 7. Muncie turned the trick November 10 on a muddy field. She is one of lClwood's oldest rivals. They were very strong on passes. tln- George to liigrgrett nass working! three times. Striker raced Fifty-five yards for Elwood 's only score. This game closed the season for the Red and Blue and was also the last time that several of the boys will represent El Hi. Page Seventy-seven . Page Seventy-eight "CAPTAIN" GEORGE HAVILAND. "Hayneck," '23, '24, '25. "Hayneck" was our fighting tackle. He was always first through the line and had a reputation for getting hi man. The squad voted him the most valuable player and his name will be engraved on the football lov- ing cup. RAYMOND HARTING. "Dutch," '24, '25. "Dutch" is our pass snatching end. Very few end runs were made around his end for he was a terror. He has another year. VVatch him go. JOSEPH CLYDE. "Joe," '24, '25. "Joe" was the hard hitting plough- ing little fullback who was known all over the state. On backing up the line he was a wizard. "Joe" also played tackle at times, where he fought hard. EDMOND STRIKER. "Eddie," '24, '25. "Eddie" was one of our strong half- backs, though light in weight he made it up in grit and hard fighting spirit. He was best on open field running where he was clever-ask Shortridge. JESSE THATCHER. "Jess," '25, Although a very small man for his position, "Jess" was a wonder on defense, and could also snatch passes when called on. He has a grim de' termination and fighting spirit which is sure to win. Ml, i WILLIAM BAXTER. "Bill," '25. "Bill" was one of our fast guards. Although a Freshman and inexperi- enced, he won for himself a place on the all state third team. He cer- tainly has lots of fight. Watch him next year. GEORGE WERSHING. "Buck," '25. "Buck" was the other big guard on Elwood's line, and he too is a Fresh- man. He had plenty of fight and a hobby of recovering fumbles. "Buck" did his part in establishing Elwood's reputation for Freshie guards of cali- ber. f-- .0 0 WILLIAM SEWARD. V. "Bill," '25. "Bill" was a small but mighty quar- terback. His headwork was clear and he pulled the team out of many holes. He was a close friend of "Captain Ha.yneck" and they were' always planning for the good of the team. DAVID RICHARDS. "Di," "Goat," '24, '25. "Di" broke his arm in the first game this year and his loss was felt keenly. He certainly was a wonder rt roving center, and has been named captain for next year's team. JOHN LESKO. "Eva," '24, '25. "Johnny" was handicapped by an injured knee but his fighting spirit carried him on. He was noted for his long swinging end runs-ask Gary. He wasvery fast and once sta1'ted was hard to get. Page Seventy-nine Page Eighty PAUL JARRETT. "Pickles," '25. When Richards was injured at the first of the season "Pickles" jumped right in and took his place in fine style. He was light but made it up in fight. He has another year- watch him go. ' RALPH HIGH. "High," '26. "High" is a Senior but made an able substitute this year at guard and tackle. At Greenfield he played a nice game. Would that he had an- other year. HENRY LESKO. "Hen," "Hiney," '25. "Hen," Oh, "Hen" get that man, well he usually was underneath with his man firmly in his power. He made a mighty good man at tackle this year and has another, so that we expect great things from him. WAYNE KING. "Kingy," '25. "Kingy" was our substitute half- back and he ripped off some nice end runs. He is a Freshman and one of next year's promising men. JOSEPH MORRIS. "Joe," '25. "Joe" is another of our promising Freshies. He was substitute fullback this year, Where he showed up nice- ly, playing like a veteran. Three more years "Joe." THE PANTHIERS I il u u IlllllllillllllllllllIllllllIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll nnnlunluunnnuun CRESCE NT U21 b 1, f lap T, ,.,.,,... - A A ,- l l ' 1 Basketball 11925626 'l'liis yi-ark 14-am was 4-oiiiposwl ol' prac-livally all iufw iiiatvrial. 'l'lu1i'c- wwrv lllll two l'1'QIlllill'S loft to form tlui iu-iivlviis ol' tlu- tvam. Mr. Phillips si-ttlml Ilu- prolmle-in lay piittiiigg olll a Hfiiiulaiiuiiitaal" roam this yi-ai' that wv lllljflll liavo mu' iuixl yvai' to voiiipvlv willi tlu' lu-sl. 'l'lu-rv ws-ro lull liiw Victoria-s agraiiisi sixlom-ii mlvlliats, flu' boys xiniply luiiiigr 0lll1'lilSS1'4l liy ilu' lwttvi' lc-anis, but tluiy foiigrlil to tlu- last whistle ll is liarlloi' to play a gjanu- aiul loss' than lo play oiu' aiul win. 'l'lui boys 114-sww miu'li riwlit for tlu-ii' rc-li-iitli-ss Iltll'St'Vl'l'2lllK't' against ovl-rwlivliiiiiig' oilils. Wvio for you lioys. wiii or losv. aiul will always liavli you to llu- limit. 'l'wo ol' Tlu- granuix Elwolul won liy playing' Wally good iasliotliall---tliv Sliortrimlgri- aiul ilu- lluiitiiigloii gaiiu-s. lii tlu- xvcfional lfllwoofl was ill-l'1'alo4l lvy SllllllllllYlllt', iiialiilily lo liil ilu' liaslwt was flu- prinffipal favioi' iii tluiii' ill-foal. Siimmilvillf- we-ut tliroiigrli tlui si-vfioiial. rm-gioiial alul iioiiliiiiuwl Io tlu- xlalv. Nvxt year Elwood will bv i'r-prvsz-life-1l by a XVOIIGPI' foam. as only lloblis aiul Vlvilf- will L1'l'2lflll2lll'. 'l'lu- otluli' oigrlil nu-ii ol this vvar s lirst toni lvll for iuixl yoar arm-ffllaxtvr, Si-luill. flarfliu-i', Nlorrix, llicliarils. llllllIl5lU', Jai ri-T1 aiul l'ai'1i-r. Page Eiglity-two a ,vig ,,,.,,Ys . ev-H -f ""'f'n'w U ry EARNEST SCHELL. "Bud," '26. "Bud" played forward and a good one he was, too. Seldom did his man score and when he followed up everyone got out of his way. We're expecting great things from you in the next two years, "Bud." WILLIAM BAXTER. "Bill," '26. "Bill" was our center and although smaller than the most of centers he got the tip on the best of them. He swished the draperies with the ease of an "old timer." Billy-boy has three more years. Let's go. JOSEPH CLYDE. "Big Joe," '25, '26. "Joe" was the main cog in this year's quintet and can be rated as one of the best backguards in the state. He fought hard under the basket and his specialty was long- ones from past center. "Joe" was honored by having his name engrav- ed on the Sellers Trophy. . JOHN HOBBS. "Johnny," '24, '25, '26. "Johnny." our diminutive forward, had a hobby of studying opponent's plays and then breaking them up. His basket eye made him feared by all. We are very sorry to lose "Johnny." Page Eighty-three ' s ., . r -. . qw, , 4 I F 'a v . l , 2 L 1 L, 4 3 lf A 2 1 1 , Page Eighty four I 1 1 Nl 4 J DAVID RICHARDS. "Di," '25, '26. "Di" was our substitute backguard and floorguard. He was handicapped by his broken arm at the first of the season but soon snapped out ot it and always gave a good account of him self We are proud of Di EARNEST GARDNER Sam 26 Sam had an lnfected foot which bothered him this year quite a bit However he was a good man at center or forward and won for him self the name human leach for he certalnly stuck hls man Ask Wal ters Keep up your pep Sam 1 J f , lf 'V . 1 QQ y l u u 3 9 l ' ' fy' '- D ' .V X X 4 z 1 ' Q1 -4 . fl ' ,fr l. ?? I A ' it I u n 1 l , , . .Q ' If . u n ' x, ' I-I' 1 51, .. ., ' A L T a T - ' u n + . : I. . 1 5 X u n I if ' , ' E 4 u u 126 l . , I 3 u rr . ,i Z T I . , , , . f ' - ' I . 1 1 X u - n .45 ' ' ' E , is i lg' I I ll il I :Q l r ' u n Q H X . l , ! u 1: .. , , 4 I' V ' ll e F , I i PAUL JARRETT Pickles Pickles was our all around man. He played about every position on the floor making him a valuable man Sickness kept hun out of the tournament Lets show them next year Plckles JOSEPH MORRIS Little Joe 26 Joe was our tloorguard and a bear on defense Aggressive and tightlng at all times made him one to be feared You ve three more years to strut your stuff Joe 4 llllll X llllll ll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Q llulluulllllllllllnlnmlnllun luuul CRESCENT 192, Q ,T X I 42. , . I AL 523121 S 1 1 11 Wrestlin "HAIL TO TIIE STATE l'llAMl'lUNS" Elwood Ili has 001110 into llfll' OKVII at lust. l'111l1-1' flu- g'11i1lz1111-11 ol' Mr YY ' II11-omlore lxoontz Olll' XVI'l'SfllllQ.l' Ttliilll 1-11111111-tml 111 the wt :nt l4loo111i11g'To11. 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Willi.1111 I 1 4' 4' 1 ' 1 l2lXTll', l 1'z111k 'l I'ilZl'6 z111cl -lU2ll'lltNf llll'll1'l'l. Page I4Iigl1ty-I , mu 3 Y . f mlmmnnunnlnlluunnnuulnnnnunlunnlulllIIIlullnmnlnmnmuuu CRESCE NI l92, 6 V fr WZ A 1 Class Basketball 'l'l111 S11111111's w1111 1111- 15126 f'l2lSS l311sl11-1l111ll 'l'11111'11111111'111. Allllfbllglll 11ll of 1l11' QIZIYIIQS wen' l1111'1l l'1111g'l11 1l11-1'1- w111'11 1111 llpS1'lS ol' 1l11- 1l111111. 'l'l111 S11111111' 11-11111 w11s 1-111111111s111l of 1l11r f11ll11wi11gf: ll111'1111g:, ll11111, 'l'1'111- 11-1', St1'1k111', 1l11111lk111gg'l11, llesko, K111c1111l, M1111111, lll'llll1'Q2lll, 111111 l11'2ll1j'. The 1:l11ss 111111'1111y 11lw11ys 111'1111s1-s 111111:l1 1'1+el111g 11111111151 llll' s1111l11111 llfblly Zlllll 1l11- flxillll 1l1111 Wlllhl lll'lll2'N 1111111- il l111 of llflllfll' 111 11s 1'l11ss. 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A1 lllgflll 111 El ll2ll'1l- f1111gg'l11 12211110 1l10 S0111111's w1111 1l111 l:lll?llS 1'1'11111 1l111 .l11111111's 24-14. 011 fllll 111y1l11c11l 11ll-111111'111111111111 11111111 1l11- Sl'lll0I'S pl111-1111 1'11111' 1111-11. l 1 ll11111, l'111'w111'1lg Sfl'lli1'l', 1'11lll1'l'1 ll111'1111g', fl0o1'g311111'1lg 1111111lk111gl11, lJElCliQ.fllHl'1l. Page Eighty-six ' --1 ,S " , O V, 1? fdes in a ai 1. L n A 6 . Y af jr. xv - V i- fi 3 , .,.-g 'I .l fr. ' ' LL ,Q , -, . - . 15 , A' 'IA I1-ll , ' "'f",g-3' 75' ,. , 1- 5 1 .' . . 2"1'.'F! 'T'- 1 , ' HN. :WY fp " ML 15-',,4Pi'LA 1 'Lf 1? 1 rj T -I L!.xq,.l 1, '25 fllgh' ' T .,g1.' ' 1 . , A 1 , if . 1 'Q v l is A, ll " " 11 fu' :L . L' 'r K . f . -'3 . 3 f O N . 9' I i ,. XL M . 2 0 f-3 K, ., Ek ,E - if it J ",, -- 4 mg, - ,,, 9 x F:-f N , ? A , if Cnescggw 1 2 , gf' ff K STaFf I 1 E X Y ---1 w - ff' WA' 4 fx.. -f' A-lf" Z , 4 7 7 7 7 ......... CRESCENT wze 02 1 . 1, , We Crescent Staff Orpha Nuzum-Senior Editor. Q Dan Johns-Junior Editor. -- Arthur Harrell-sAssoc. Editor. -- Jeanette Babbitt-Literary Editor, Joe Clyde'-Business Manager. Frances Hettmansperger-Asst. Lit. E. Lenore McKenzie-Asst. Senior Ed. Joseph Hiatt-Editor-in-ehief. Marjorie Downs-Associate Editor. Jeanette Nuzum--Art Editor. Max Dunlap-Cartoonist. liryan Trotter-Advertising Mgr. Joe Hooker-Asst. Advertising Mgr. Virginia Mcllermitt-Soph. Editor. Edmond Striker-Athletic Editor. Lucille Fickle-Joke Editor. Ralph Broyles-Asst. Business Mg . Page Ninety Lawrence Goodknight-Asst, Senior Editor. uOwed" to the Staff The "Crescent Stafff' a fitly chosen 11a1ne, For minus its support, so loyal, hon lame W0lllCl be our Annual, which like the moon liegiiiiiing small, doth wax full-orbed in June. Here are no wise, old men with beards of gray, But High School students blithe and gilyi Nor do they in solemn conclave sit To dole out words of wisdom and of wit. They oft may seem on nought but frolic bent. Yet work, mayhap, is with their mischief blent. For they are busy folks with studies grave, Yet from their labors, many minutes save To spend in fruitful effort on "their book," Where on their fellow students oft will look With thanks to them, for hoarding thus the treasure Of busy High School days, with all their pleasure, In after years will call again to mind The talents, pranks and Winsome ways that bind Fond memory to friends of long ago Ere age had given the feeble step and slow. Hence to the Staff which 11obly bore the load Of issue "twenty-six," we write this ode. -Irena M. Foote. r ' ' I g Q A011714 C10 Page Ninety-om, ' Tri? "tri" " wif" ' -..,.,.,., . r .ff"' ,f :1 Q i n? mum nun l V nun: Forge Staff Mr. Myers-Faculty Adviser. Frances ,llettmansperger-Exchange Editor. Joseph Hocker-Business Manager. Louise Fields-Editorial Editor. Jeanette Babbitt-Activities Editor. Jack Fogarty-Advertising Manager. Orpha Nuzum-Has moved. Winifred White-Asst. Humor Editor. Lenore McKenzie-Athletic Editor. Charlotte Grose-Reporter. Lawrence Goodknight-Makeup Editor. Dottie Castor-Reporter. Joseph Hiatt-Circulation Manager. Arthur Noble-Humor Editor. Lucile Ficklc-Society Editor. Vera Thatcher, Clements Robbins. Georgia McCarty. Don Johns, Reporterq Willizlni Wliite, Asst. Adv. Mgr.g Agnes Meucci, Asst. Editorial Editorg Marjorie Monroe, Asst. Activities Editorg Lois Wiggins, Asst. Society Editorg Paul Moore, Asst. Cir. Mgr. The Forge One of the most important of Elwood High School 's organizations is the Forge. As every one knows, thisvis strictly a high school project, lts object is to print items of interest to the students. The paper has been highly successful all the year and, through the hon- est efforts of the faculty adviser Mr. Myers, and the hearty co-operation of the staff as a whole, it has been possible to get the paper out every two weeks Without fail. A good circulation among other schools has been built up and E. H. S. is known in many prominent schools all over the state through the paper. The code has been fair and square dealing with all people concerned. The object of the Forge has been to furnish a record of the happenings that will some day mean a lot to each student. Many obstacles have presented themselves, but through the unceasing labor and good will, they have been overcome. Such a record is one of which to be proud and should be a source of pride to every student.. Page Ninety-two ff N ' N-,N-,vi ,x,. N g f 3 gl'A5I5jgj J fn. QQ ., , 5 9 x' X, 'QU 4 UW uvhobe, dug N A ' QQ" GCCM L We . X., X1fsM,,, , 6' ,, ref 1 Q J X mm y uumumuulll uunllnlunnonuunnuumunlInlaulummuunmmun CRESCEN1' 1915 .ffm ij ' Q , ,- WA 'fi - s ap.- The Booster Club Who was it that semi that girls wi-re an noisy lot? That saying: has lwvn provvil llliglilfj' fur'-i'vtclw1l by The llllillfllliix of the lioosfvl' l'l11b. Dv- spitv their si-mliiiigg' le-lhargry, the club has bvvn busy at almost all timos. 01141 thing may bv said in prnisv 01' This club and that is that whvn asked In mln anyilling the-y em' always on the job. Several vujoyahie vvonts lmvv beleu given. l"m-rliups tlw most c-ujnyzlblv of all was the initiation party, which was given for the' purposv of taking ncw Illk'IllbPI'S into filf'iI' ranks. Miss Vox is sponsor for this QTUIID and has bvvn W0llti0l'i.lli in all in- stznicvs. A1 all fimvs she- has bi-on ready to help in their frolics and umm- svrious nvtivifies. Pngv Ninety-t'01n' Q , T L CRESCENT l92.b - 72 7 , V Soeiettas Latina Oni' Latin stnclents have "1-arrietl on" extremely well this year. 'l'he elnh which was organizetl in '24 is still plngrgriiig' away at the fine old classies ancl enmleavoringr to promote more extensive interest in the study of this langrnagre, The object of this soeiety is to stnmly the life, enstonis and laws of the Roman people. A ineetingg' is held every month at whieh interesting' reports relative to the above lll0llll0lll'Cl are given. There are more stndents enrolled for the stncly of Latin this year than for the past several years. The new ineinbers of the Latin elnh have been very enthnsiastie antl showed inarketl inn-rest. Despite the hartl work involved, this orgralnxarioii has been a source ol' pleasure and instruction for the ineinhers an-l Bliss Foote, sponsor. Miss Reese also eoines in for her share of praise for her splentlitl work in this tlepartlnent for the last two years. Page Ninety-five The Dramatic Clulh Once- inori- tlu- si-hool is ahh- to boast of a llrainatuf l'luh. With tlu- fl0p2ll'TllI't' of Mr. Shaw, tlu- flc-sire of sturle-nts to mlisplay the-ii' talents on this line sm-f-nu-rl to wane. Tlu- rf-ason for this was not he-causv tlulrc- wi-1-0 fc-xv people- tale-ntc-fl in this lint-, for tlu- school is not suffering' for lu-1-fl ot ac-tors. hut tlu-ro was so littlv tinu- to ali-vote to this sort of thing: 'l'his ye-al' Mr. Ilarsh vc-ry capably took oyf-1' thc- work aiul it was not long until sn-vi-Val ambitious young' pc-ople availc-cl fllt'lllS0lVOS of tlu- oppor- tunity to study tlu- 1-thics of tlu- Ili-aniatic arts. Among' tlu-il' lnost notable- lN'I'l'0I'll1H1lCPH, was tlu- pli-asiug' way in which tlu- Slllllllllird l'9lltlK'l'K'Kl a se-ries of tlirm-0 ont- act plays. whit-h wt-re pri-se-utr-rl to tlu- public on tlu- 1-wniiig ot' April 8. Tlu- applause- of the audit-iuae was sufficient testimony to tlu- powr-1' of thf-se young' people- to please. Page Nine-tyt-six The Radio Clulb There are, within the gates of our sehool, some organizations of which little is heard. This tact. however, makes them none the less important. The first of these is the Rradio Fluh. As may be gathered from the name, it was organized for the purpose of delving into the mysteries of the air and learning more definitely about certain puzzling: facts. Not: only for this reason did this group of enterprising' young men or- ganize, but also to get whatever pleasure that they eould from this source of work. At first, Mr. Kratli was sponsor of this eluh, then with the Cllllllllgl' of Mr. Champion, the club was handed over to him. Not much is heard ol' them hut they report fine progress with their work and are content to pursue their activities with very little publieity. Page Ninety -seven It mm f nIanuu11uununllnluuluuuIIlunllullnluunlllllllIlllnnnnnunnunnuu V216 9 F. 4 s S 1 l The Band What would Elwood High School do without. its hand? Faithful through rain or shine, always ready and willing to do its part, When the band strikes a martial tune. the players on the field and the spectators on the bleachers feel a great wave of enthusiasni swell up within them. lt puts fight in the players and enthusiasni into the rooters. Hy stirring' up tlus feeling: the band is doing its bit toward winning the ganie. The hand not only is an aid to athletics, it likewise fllI'lIl of niusie that appeals to nearly everyone-'s taste. A band password to most people and there is hardly a eitizeu in would not turn out to hear any eoneert the band would eare to Mr. liirt, everyhody's friend. is a very capable banduiaster has improved greatly within the past year. Au organization is an asset to any school. Page Ninety-eight shes at brand is the inagrie ltllwood who give. and the hand of this kind 4 ckesczur 192.6 aff' fQl L llllI IIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllflllllllllllll Y 1 l Vg. 'ta I , , ,. The Orchestra l'pon several occasions during the year, the orchestra has willingly given their much-needed assistance. As has ever been its custom, the music has been rendered true to form, in a splendid manner. lt has been the aim of this organization to devote its time to the study of the works of the masters and to learn to give th em with all the expression possible and to attain as near the degree of perfection as is in their power. It has also been the desire of this organization to please all classes of people. For this reason, both classical music and semi-popular selections were within the scope of these musicians. 'Foo much can not be said for the fine work of Miss Jackson, both in chorus and orchestra, and this has been manifest durine' vt this season. C, Plflj pil 0I'lIl?lllC0 "Music is a mark of distin ft' ' l social development," t lon ana its presence is necessary to greater Page Ninety-nine 5551, ' CRESCENT l92.6 'lf le, General Economies Time in its course of advancement demands changes in the ordinary routine of life. Improvements along every course are made in like manner along with the regular branches of our school of learning. These changes are essential as we become more modern as time goes steadily on-on to the Sea of Eternity. Probably the most recent achievement, along our regular academic course, is the class which has been organized in Public Speaking. This class, under the direction of Mr. Myers and Mr. Harsh, has made splendid pro- gress during its brief period of duration in our school. Another branch of modern essentials is our class in Commercial. These classes are under the supervision of Miss Marcia Sneed who gives attentiml to all commercial subjects. Advanced Shorthand, Typewriting and Commer- cial Law are the most vital in connection with this work. A large number of eligible students entered these classes and are making use of the splendid opportunity of preparing for life in a truly business-like manner. The "Tillers of the Soil" are educated in an individual manner as well as any other type. There is a large class in Vocational Agriculture. under the direction of Palmer -T. Davis. This is a complete course and requires the extent of several periods a day. while various experimcnts are conducted. According to the different seasons, Projects are chosen by the students. each individual having a definite project in mind and following it accordingly. ln order that this work be made very interesting, field trips. as well as laboratory research. form very important parts in the regular schedule. At the close of each year the classes in vocational. of the various neighboring counties. compete in a. conference, that is similar to a fair. This has proven very beneficial and has promoted friendly rivalry among the schools. Along with such special educational classes, our class of Manual Train- ing is very commendable. Advanced shopwork, supervised by Mr. House. has been the most prominent improvement during the past year. The shop work of this course is very educational to the boys who make use of the advantages offered. Practical as well as artistic pieces of ftrniture are constructed, and each year many of these are exhibited to the piblic. Such a course is vital to the common education of any youth, and consequently there is a very large class in this department. The classes of Home Economics, for the girls, run parallel to the classes of Vocational and Manual Training. No science is older than that of cook- ing and none is more fundamental to the human welfare. Our domestic science room is modern in every detail and through the work of Miss Esther Continued on Page 122 Page One Hundred N 192.5 uumnmm, Aa llll lllllllunlllllllllnnlllnIIIllulullunlunluul un T .700 IIIIIIQ lllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll I W2 vii.. ., Z The Rooesvelt Debating Club This society was especially designed as an aid to aspiring orators. As a result several of them have come to light. At the beginning of the year Mr. Myers has chosen as sponsor for this worthy body of energetic young people. No better choice of sponsor could possibly have been made and all members were more than satisfied. Owing to many difficulties, the club has not been so active this year as in preceding years. This, however, does Il0t indicate lack of inter est, merely lack of time. Such a society as this is almost a necessity in any school because it fur- nishes the pi mper kind of instructions necessary to become a clear thinker and speaker The members, of the society are greatly attached to it and will always be interested in its progress. Many of the members are Seniors and will be leaving' soon. Despite this, they will have the interest of the club at heart at all times. . Page One Hundred One "M 5 mug euunu f i ulllulln unul Wllie Whole Town's 'l'allcing" Presented on December 15, 1925, by the Seniors, as the Senior class play, "The Whole Townls Talking." It was presented in a way that assures it the name of being the most entertaining class play presented in the auditorium for some time. The cast all deserve an equal share of credit, for each one was splendid for his special part. This play was given with the aid of Mr. Harsh and was stamped with his excellent Work. The cast chosen was as follows :- Mr. Simmons ......... --- ...... Paul Pugh Mrs. Simmons -- .... Lenore McKenzie Ethel Simmons --- ......... Orpha Nuzum Chester Binney --- --- Lawrence Goodknight Roger Shields -- ...... Jesse Thatcher Letty Ifythe -- ...... Lucile Fickle Lila Wilson -- --- Rosabelle Smith Sally Oatis ..... ........ M arjorie Downs Donald Swift --- ...... -,-- George Haviland Sadie Bloom ..... --- Frances Hettmansperger Annie, the maid ............................................ Jean Miller The Chauffeur ......................................... Clements Robbins Understudies-Ruth Montgomery and Clements Robbins, Music planned and directed by Miss Edna Jackson. Property Director-Jack Fogarty. Page One Hundred Two 41"- Z ESQ nnuumnuunlnllllllullulllllllulllluullnulnlllllIInnllnlununnuuuuu: 6 "li lParentaTeachers Association The finest kind of interest in the Parent-Teachers Association has been manifested this year. Tl1is worthy society has increased its activities and covered a larger field tha11 in any one of the five in which it has been an important factor in the school. The purpose of such an organization is primarily to bring: teacher and par- ent together. After this is achieved, the result will, undoubtedly be a new and greater understanding' between these two factions. Each of these two groups are vitally interested in the lives that are being fashioned under their care and guidance. In such a society, the interests of teacher and parent blend and become as one, The splendid things accomplished this year are too numerous to men- tion. After all, such deeds have no need to be enumerated, for they are not to be soon forgotten. The Choruses While speaking of Music, we must not omit the choruses, for they have been quite important. The fine music that they have made merits much praise. Harmony is the thing to be attained in any good musical organiza- tion and they have worked diligently to master that necessary factor. We are forced to admit that they certainly have done splendid work. Page One Hundred Three 51 41111 62 nmmnl 'u""""' ""'l"' Uur Alumni Among our most treasured memories are the friends we l1ave had. In our high school life these friends are spoken of as the alumni. Some of the proudest events in our lives are associated with these people whom we are unable to forget, though many are far away from us. Elwood High School has tried to keep in touch with her former charges as best she could. Most of them have been sufficiently interested to write and let their whereabouts and occupations be known. The school has set up certain standards throughout the years. These standards have been before the eyes of students at all times. lt is a source of much joy and pride to the instructors and officials to know that mem- bers leaving the school have tried to uphold the teachings of the institution in which the formative period of their lives have been passed. Many of our alumni are doing good work in their various lines of activity. ln this, the instructors have not been disappointed. Our bright and shining stars in class are now the bright lights in the business life, teaching profession and several other fields. An unforgetable fact about these ex-students is that they are all vitally interested in the school and its doings and problems. We owe much to our alumni and we that soon will be listed among them can only hope that we may be as fine as they have been. Page One Hundred Four .i-, . A 1, Ck. 1 Q , K . . , A A k , ? -A L T if I .1 , 4:-- fm. P ' .Li : , Q, 4' H I X I 1 'S Q 4 - 1 r. A. ...J K 1 r F X , M 4 u I 'Mg jokes and dvertisiug nw.-nn. .. .- .L ...v . . .. 1 . , vp .ff Ei -,f Pu- if . , ,..' ' -I .312 :Y V . - L, V . - 'f .Digi . 4 - ' , I ' ' . , '- 41 "' ' ' ' , K ' RH vl ' ' . . "ff f--www: H 1-.3 1.1 f A . 1 if - . .. w. fy- .M - 4, ,, , ' 4. . . i 71 'F' ' 7' f. . 1. -. 5 W-J, I , -"1-. 1 --5 1- , A Y - , L A, -.f. A ...l 'A Ng. .4 ,L .X . A4 K. .ff 1. .I ,., ,H , . -. X .. .- ,- - g A A L... if . I- ,r A' L - -, -.v ' . .-- - ,.. nv .- -:fs -.'..- ,uv-'4..a. 44 . ' . , A - ' - - ----, '- R in 3 .pm- ,, ,QW 2 mme? mum: nnlllul i V ululnlllllulln nuun , , Wi. " 2.., Our Advertisers We truly appreciate the splendid co-opera- tion of the Elwood Merchants and Profession- al Men as shown by their ready response to our efforts to obtain advertisements for the '26 Crescent. But Why do business men advertise? For much the same reason that one puts gasoline in a Ford. To make it go. Then can they not reasonably expect returns from their invest- ment? Therefore, students of E. II. S. since the Crescent is your book make it your duty to show your appreciation by patronizing those merchants who have helped make its publica' tion possible. Page One Hundred Seven CRESCENT vnu ff " CRESCENT l9?.o MORE OR LESS TRUE, A man is unreasonable. ,He will expect his wife to thank him for help- ing wipe the dishes after he has dropped and broken three of her best china cups. Now and then we meet a couple who make use wonder how the heck the laughing hyena happened to mate with the gentle little lamb. Intuition may enable a woman to ,judge a man, but it d0esn't help her any in judging' time. The woman who has an expensive clock in every room of the home never arrives any more promptly than the woman who depends upon the alarm clock on the kitchen shelf that hasn't been wound for a week. What the mother of a couple of flapper daughters would like to know is what they mean by talking about slavery having been abolished. A man who has his hard-boiled mother-in-law living with him is willing to admit that women are as tender-hearted as the executioners during the Spanish lnquisition. A house doesn't need painting more than once in five to ten years- and that, in our judgment, is often as most girls should be. That the hard jobs lead t.o the soft snaps. --" Dutch" Goodknight. Ei. H. S. LIBRARY. "As You Like It"-Vacation. "Les Miserables"-Those sent to the office. "The Alhambra"-Destination on a. warm afternoon. ' The Flirt ' '-Jeanette Babbitt. "Freckles ' l-Harold Behymer. "One In Authority"-Mr. Huff. "The Turmoil"-Monday morning classes. "Our Mutual Friend"-Mr, Smith. "So Big"-Mr. Myers. 'The Gfolden Agell-School days Cso they sayl. "Captain Courageous ' '-George Haviland. "All's Well That Ends Well"-Commencement. ' ' The Judgment ' '-Card day. "Sense and Sensibility",-Miss Welborn and Miss Thurston. "Little Women"-Mary Taylor and Irma Ward. Hlnnocents Abroad ' '-Freshies. "Three Musketeersl'-Joe Hiatt, Joe Clyde and Joe Hooker. St. Peter-"Who are you, sir?" Soph,-'LA student of E. H. Sf' St. Peter-"Did you buy an Annual pled.ge?y' Soph.-"NO, sir." St. Peter-"First elevator downf' Ebe Cotton-'tllo you serve lobsters in here?" Waiter-"Sure, we serve anyone that has the price." Page One Hundred Eight NE. HQWT-,-3-V-YA .rw ' 'C' 'i' 'I' vi' 'C' Y V Y YYY Y ?i 27777 I S 'X i Q7 'Y ,f ,L President, Uaslmit-1-, il- Wayne Leeson. ' SERVICE t'has. t'. Delloi-ity. Vice-Presidelit, 5ECUR"f'Y Asst. t'ashier, 0. ll. Frazier. OLJRTESY Geo. ll. lJeII'w1'it-v. PLLWOOD. IND.. T' l 'li' fi ' :.' '-.:7 .,, '-'..' + KEEP I TRAINING . 'U' ld' 'l'he runners are on their lnarksl 'l'he startm-r's pis- tol cracks! The line of white-clad athletes leap ont towards the tape-like the foam of a niiglity wave Q. swiftly rolling toward the shore. The line eonies on, then breaks, one drops bael-'. another leaps ahead-another second and the tape snaps across the heaving chest of the winner. The race is won. Cheers break from the throats of the IC' speetaors. lint back there is a man who might have been the winner had he been ready. He knew the gII'Ilt'llI" test he mnst endnre but he waitedfhe pnt off his training until it was too late. And so it is in life-everyone knows they lnnst save if' they are to have inoney when they need it most, lint some pnt it off nntil the opportnnit is gone. Then it 's too late. Begin now to train fo'- life's raeeswsave, have and Win. 'D' mi- 'U' Elwood State Bank 0 115 South Anderson Street , -:- -:- ng- -:- -:- 1- Page One Hundred Nine -,, 'C' 'C' '2' 'IT 'Q' For Efflcient Service 'U' 4 '0l1l't00llS Tl'0ZltI1'l9llt and Delicious 'l'hing's to Eat and 'l h'i11k, Stop at the Elwood Restaurant Upen Day and Night 1522 Main St. Elwood, Ind. l:l 'I W 2 .fit ald- Clgur fffnmplements in mhz 0112155 uf 'ZH LUJ 'U' Frauze Siuhiu 4, 'D- + 'G' -5- 4- 'Ir Page One Hundred El 'I'- " 'I' 'I' 'I' r CONEY ISLAND I Z5c BIG LUNCH 25C F1 'U' The place Whl'1'0 thu cleauvst and best foods are served. Sandwiches and Chili. 0 Short Orders At All Hours 1518 mill sr. COX 62 Williams, Imps. 4' I -:- W . I -:-- -:- -e- - .BJ -D' Z. M. DOUGLAS UI! EARS, TOBACCO 'M AND CANDY 1526 Suuth A St. Prone 764 4' 'I' 'I' Y 'I' 'I' JI' I ' 'D' ALDENDORPS GROCERY The Qlluusc- uf Quality Moat 4. and Groceries. .Q- 1522 MAIN ST. 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'I'- P g O Hundr d T lve -' -Cl "' l' ' ' "7 '1- l - 'I' 1 I 'D' HAVQLLN E 01 L Nl9lAN GASOLINE 4 I'upula1'ly Known As '4l'AlsI'l'NERS IN POWICIV' A111 Always Islvpelldublv. -G- l'. li. R YN IGARSON Indian Refining Company -1- Elwuod, Ind. 'QQ s i3iiQ- -3I'- , 'F -2- - 'D- Knowledge is the Key that unlovks the cluur of uppurtullity to you. It wuuld I bo foolish tu z1f'c0p'f the best position on 0EI1'll1 if you did nut have the ability and t1'ai11i11g' 110v0ssa1'y to hold it. Tu Sl11'1'00d you must bv fitted for ymu' Work. lICnl'oil in our svlnml and lvl us give you thc- tlilllllllg' you l'iqu,i1'u -I' IIA Y AND NIilH'1' FLASSES 4. 'l'IIIi0l71iHOU'1' THE YEAR Dillon Business College + lfllwm md Nobl osvillv Tipmu 'Q' Q "E" 'C' 'F 'CT Y' Page One Hundred Thirteen 'G' -III 'i' 'Q' -5- 'U' We, the following Elwood Physicians, heartily endorse the Elwood High School Crescfollt. H. W. FITZPATRIOK F. H. MEN DENHALL W. H. HOPPENRATH J. E. OULLIPHER W. M. HOPPENRATH R. N. FILIATREAU G. V. NEVVOOMER L. O. MOTT FRANK V. NEWCOMER F. M. BOGGESS R. O. JOHNSTON U. O. COTTON D. S-IGLER. M. L. PLOUGHE ltd 4- + '51 S -5- -5- -3- -I- One Hundred Fourteen 'C' 'C' 15' , -1 'If SOMEDAY Our plaves in life, in business and in the eternal SCIICIHO of the unlverse must be filled with new far-es, new tl1Ullg'htS, and new ability- SOMEWHERE in the new life that is j.1'I'UWlll,2'3l'0l1llfl.llS, we know there 1S- SOMEONE who will f'211'1'Y on after W0'v0 left the l'Ulll'S6, and wofrc b0l10Vi11g' 1t,S to be the- HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT The least We 1-an llonostly do is to give your institution a bmrst. upward when We van- THAT'S YVHAT YOU DO FOI? US. R. L. Leeson SL Sons Co. I '21 '21 -2- 'S' 'if l Page One Hundred Fft en 'C' 'G' .- 4, .3- 17 t l I 2 JJ' ' 'U' lflatn, Crane, and Pike Stationery Are excellent 3SS01'l111U11iS of white linen 'finish paper. lVith Iinvelopes of Fashionable Cut. 'll' 'U' Kute and Conner Drugs Q. 'Q' 'S' -1- 'e' 'I' THE COSMETIC ADVENTURE. tContinued from page 605 more use of nie than any of your friends? l am the luip of Rvongel l ani destructive. You are a good niorsel. Ah, Hal I have Von almost in my 77 talons-Come. Mary Ann-"VVhere are you taking nie? Oh, please-please-" The 1111114-Hlilll taking' yon to meet my brothers and Sisters, Lipstick, Eyebrow Penn-il andgand-they will torment yon. Mary AnnA"0h, No! Help! Help!" CShe struggles violently to release her hand from the l1l1D7S graspj. The l1np4"You are coming' with nie. Stop!" tlllary Ann jerks loose from the grrapsl, "Stop! You will fall-fall days. weeks, years, centuries'- always-Stopl I say!" Mary' Allll-UOli-0-0-Ollilll falline' Down! Uownl Down! Oh! catch me 1 Z5 some one! Help l " Hobby-"NNhat is wrong? Mary Ann! tShakingx herl. "Get np off the floor!" fMr. Michael is seen standing' in the doorway-with his hand over his month hidingr a grin, to he surel. Mary Ann-''Oh-o-o-o-VVhere ani l? Oh, Hobby! Hold nie tig1ht!- VVl1y, why, it was only a dream. Oh, l'll never use rouge agrainln icon- 77 tentedlyj "Oh, Bobby! Curtain. Page One Hundred Sixteen -Wiuifred Wliite. me-f---, -W- i"mwmm1Meemieffe-if--S we-e 'C' 'C' 'I' ,-'G' 0 uality Brand Hardware 4' 'D' We strive to give you truly a good hardware store which you can elann as your choice store. 'U' if Quality combined with the right price is a great step towards service. Pay this store a visit and you will find courteous salesmen to assist you A -Un in making your purchases. -:- The Elwood Hardware Co. 'U' Phone 98 104 So. Anderson St. lm J' M-'WW will 'ff UTM" TYMHU THE FUTURE FACULTY. Q-Continued from page 193 "The Forge, is still forging away, and Mr. Myers with his red sweater is guiding it along the highway of success. It is said among social circles that he is still the same severe Luther. "Mr. Champion is very enthused about the radio development, and is now installing sets in the Assembly Rooms as an inducement to keep the students awake. "A money making process has been discovered by Mr. Davis and his group of young farmers. The public is anxiously anticipating the disclosure of this great fact. "Miss Hanna has done some very wonderful work and is offered a posi- tion in the Science department of Franklin College-her Alma Mater. "The Domestic Science teachers--Misses Miller and Koons, are consider- ed authorities, lecturing frequently to large groups of Elwood society women, 'Music and Art, too are advancing-and no doubt some Rubenstein and Raphaels will be produced as the result of the undying efforts of Miss Jack- son and Miss Benedict. "Station E. H. S. signing off at 3:25 P. M. Central Standard Time- G-ood luck to all, especially to the Seniors of '26." Rlegretfully we turned the dials to another station-for in each of our hearts there was a Secret Sadness-a longing for those dear old days-in Elwood High. -Lenore McKenzie. . Page One Hundred Seventeen L4 + 'G' 4' ,f 4- -D- yq- 'U' -C' 'Q' MUJJIUN YURK 4. '33 Q- Phone 3158 in 'I' 1 -:- -5 -:- 'Q' -2- 012' 'I' '1- -n- 1:- -:-cc la- Especially Good for Young Folks" -a live g'1'OVVl11g' bank ac'cou11t at this l101I1G bank is an expe1'ie11ce i11 thrift that f1tS you to make the most of lifv and become thv 111aste1' 'U' of ci1'c1u11sta11cQs. -its a frivnd that always backs your endeavors. .ul -at the sign of the 'U' First Nationsl Bank Elwood, Ind. 'E' -of course -D' 'II -I' 'P' 'G' Page One Hundred Nineteen -l 4 MARY E. Sl-ICDEMAKER Real Estate and insurance ic- Room 4 Citizens State Bank Building f' 'I' 'I' '.' ' 'I' -2- MEMORIES OF E. H. S. Rosabelle Smith 's green scarf. Mr. Harsh's good nature. Herman He-lpling's wise-cracks. Lawrence Goodknight's grin. Miss Grosswege's patience. William Jones, nerve, Mr. Forneyis war against gum. Harold l5el1yme1"s ability to kill time. Paul Pllg'l1lS drawl. Vera Tll8tCl191'lS eternal primping. Mary Uetz's eyes. George Haviland's voice. Mary Daniel's lip-stick. Vivian Gallaghe-r's blond hair. Miss Speneer's popularity. Arthur Harrell's yell leading. Mr. Myers in a R. li. suit. Conference periods. Miss W6lb0Pll'S history test. Joseph Fihe's politeness. The bell at 3:25. H. S, "eases"-such as Mary and Gene 's and Marjorie and Joe's. And last but not least the.Charlestonl -2- 'C' 'I' 'I' '2' We Plroteet Our 0llStUII101'S 0 Silver Flash Gas and Oils VVholesale and Retail. H. MOSBAUGH--P1'ops.--H. CROY 4' 20s south 161.11 sf. Phone 293 Page One Hundred Twenty S-SQ.:-:a? r'.1:'f':"'. X -52 'I' 'C' 'C' 'C' O + Nash f f AMX sAL1+1S ANU snnvion 'U' time-1'al Ropairiiig. -D' PLUMMER BROS. 1529 South A St. 1211111111 so 'U' fe -:- -:- - -:f 1-.-e What ever trouble Adain had, No lllilll i11 days of yore Could say when he had told :1 joke. "I'Ve lIPtll'Cl that one before." Mr. Iluff-"How do you like school?" John H.-"Close-d." Eddie S.-"Hey, sl1ut that. door! Was your old lllilll u llI'2lftSIIl2lll?,, Mrs. Records-"You'd better get Illilt lesson." ,Dick B.-"1 got it." Mrs. Ri.-i'Wl16I1?,i Dick-"Last year." Mrs. R.-"Lust year?" Dick-"Yez1I1! When I. took it before!" Safety pi11s. Whip pins. Hair pins. Fraterility pi11s. Ilimnond pins. Clothes pins, Rolling' pins. Seven Ages of Women. in '2- '2- '3' 4' 'S' 0 Maudliu Grocery Co. 6, 3-STOR1ESri3 -D 520 No. Anderson. 507 So. Anderson. 1512 South J. GROClElRllES AND MEATS 'U' v ,f -:- 1 -:- -:- -:- -:- Page One Hundred Twenty-one ,HF - A -:- -:- .- 12-I 'S' V. 4' The Clulo Cigar Store 4 lVl0HlSltl'S PREFERRED CANDIES -D. MAGAZINES BILLIARDS 4, Phone 368-WV. 1533 Main St. 5 N' -:- -:-- -:- -:- -:- ' GENERAL EC ONOMICS. tContinued from page 1001 Koons a very competent course is conducted, The Sewing class under the jurisdiction of Miss Edna Miller is a part of the Home Economics course. A complete education in the essentials of sewing' is offered, making this a very interesting subject to follow. No doubt in the course of a few years many more such classes will be added to our l1igh school course, but it will not be without the efforts of the faculty and our officials. They are the ones we must thank for having our general course in Economics so modern at the present time, regardless of all later improvements. --C Jil 'G' ' 'I' 'C' QI' 14? City Drug Store A 'U' 'DRUGS--fPAlNTS Lu' WALL PAPER P1'QSt'l'lptl0llS CU1'1'GCtlY Compounded. -:- -D' O. D. HINSHAVV 4' 'I' 'I' 'I' .0 JI' Z in STUDEBAKER 4, STANDARD "6" COAUH 351195.00 F. 0. B. The Most Powerful Car of Its Size and + Weight in the Wcev1'ld. 'U' STUDICBAKER SALES ROOM 1602 South A St. Elwood, Ind. 'Jil' 'Q' 'I' 5' 'Q' 'I' Page One Hundred Twenty-two V X xt. 'I' 'S' -'TI' 'I' 'C' -D- 'D- -U' F. W. WoClworth Cof - 'U' Mfheie Over Tee Ceee 'Q' 'I' '2' 'E 'E- Mona IVI.-"Wl1at do you think of my new slippers, Mr. Huff?" Mr. Huff-Cvery busyj-"Simply immense, simply l1l11l1PIlS9lH '77 Miss Spellcer-"Willia111, you may read your poem 011 tthe Bee. Bill Seward-"The bee gets honey With a funny little buzzg But it isn,t very funny The other thing he does." Dick IS.--"We're going' to hit 60 in a minute. Are you afrairllw Margaret C.-Cswallowing much dustj-"No indeed, Iilll full of grit." if 4' 'U' -C- FD' 'C' 'Q' 'C' 'S' 'I' 'Your Watches Deserve at Cllallffe of oil as well as Your auto. Be fair 1 Q L., - c n . a and brine' it to us. We'll Hive it CX Jert attention, so . 47 . . H . , that it will Continue to five serviee lone' atter the old . iw rw bus has been "Junked." IVAN C. DUNLAP The Hallmark Store. 'Q' '2' 'I' - 'S' 'C' RAPPS CUT PRICE COMPANY Fl "Price" "Quality" "Se1'Vive" Mt-11's and Boys' Clothing' and Furnisliings, Ladies' Ready-to-VVea1' SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY "Trade Here and Save the Diffe1'e11ce'l f 'I' 'I' 'I' 'S' 'C' C Page One Hundred Twenty-three 'U' 'U' I - I 4. l -D4 -D- '2': 'E' -- LIITL -2' l i i - v 4, L THE BEAUTY OF THE SELLERS CABINET IS SUR PASSED ONLY BY ITS Q CONVENIENCE. lf every home had a recording clock in its kitchen, the world would face a terrific reckoning of time lost in useless work. The modern kitchen cabinet belongs in the front rank of all scientific devices tending to liberate women from day-long drudgery. lt is Q a work-saver that is a life'saver. The broad oversize porceliron working surface is a perfect center for the housewife's skilled tasks. Among its fifteen famous features are all the needed and handy facilities for the preparation of better foods. Let us show you how a Sellers Vahinet will save an hour a day. KITCHEN CABINETS 4, S-old on eonvenient terms by Ii. L. LEESON 62 SONS UO. Elwood, Ind. -" il- 4' ' 4' 'Gr I Page One Hundred Twenty-four '41 -GI 'I' e H-'I' 'i' 'C' ,ef -D' GOUD Ll, -2- "G,ood VVi1l is the disposition oi' the pleased eustonier to return to the plave Where he has bee11 Well treatedff'-U. S. Supreme Court. 'I' Our most cherished asset is the Good Will 4' and co-operation of our satisfied customers. Our growth and prosperity depend largely on the 1'CCO1Y1II161ldHtl011 We receive through them. LD' If you are a satisfied customer of this bunk, pass the good word along to your friends. If you have not tried our Service, this is an inf W vitation for you to do so. 'I' ooooTHEoooo + Elwood Trust Company 4' I 'Z' '3' 'l'- 'S' 'Q' - K Page One Hundred Twenty-five -:M -'- -:T -:- "ff 'U' 'U' H . H me ggwrhlg 4 nhurse the 'I' 'gi Qlresreni nf 1925 fe 0 'E' The DCDt1SfS of Elwood 'D' 'U' -:- -:- - -:- -F TF 5. Time' Will Tell. Visitor-'AAre you l'l13IHIl1i1lS boy or papa's boy?" Small boy-Nl dunno, We 're going to Reno next week to find out." "'Where have you been, son?" asked Mrs. Duncan as Ray slouched in the house at one A. M. "Out on a datefl was Rlay's reply. 4'Witl1 that dirty shirt?" L'Naw-with a girl." Mr. Myers-"Have you done your outside reading?" Isabelle Lewis-"No, sir-it's too cold," , 'I' 'S' A -qi' 'C' 'Q' 1 + How Does She Know You Love Her 0? -D. SAY IT WITH FLOVVERS If you have never told 'her that you love her, send er flowers and she will guess the answer. Shel loves flow- ers and she likes you and keeping' you in mind while she 'D' is loving' the flowers she is apt totwell, go ahead and 'U' try if. BLUBAUGHH-HTHE HOUSE OF FLOVVERSH ffl- 'il 'S' ':'- 'I' 'I' Page One Hundred Twenty-six 'C' 'I' 'C- 'GL 4' T, -U' 'U' if Stevens Battery Service -:H EXIDE BATTERY 'UH -D' + 518 So. Anderson St. Phone 1146 4, 'C' '5' 'I' '3' 'G' P . Remember that dismal day last fall when we played Tech? Someone on the bench said, "How in the world will the boys get all the mud off their suits?" Mr. Phillips overhearing replied, "What do you think we have an scrub team for?" -lean Miller-"I saw something last night that l will never get over." Lillie Summers'-"What was it?" Jean-' ' The moon. " Miss Cox-"What is the modern girl coming to?" Mr. Harsh-"Slowl but surelv to the eriod when she will ask the Q y . P same question!" y -1 -ft 4' 'S' 'I' 'S' 'I' The Manhattan 'll' UIGAR STAND AND SHINING PARLORL 4 RALPH CAMPBELL, Prop. 1514 Main St. 'D' -G- '- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- P! Page One Hundred Twenty-seven 'S' 'I' 'I' '3' 'G' I Jas. W, H anis THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHING For MEN, YOUNG MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN We Sell the lcincl of Clothing that Yoifll Like The kind that gives service. Kuppenheimer Society Brand Frat Olothes Stetson Hats Bradley Sweaters And all other good makes of niereliandise will be found at this store. "CORRECT GOODS AT CORRECT PRICESH 'Cf 'I' S 'I' 'G' 'Q' l-lesler Transfer Company 1416 Main St. Elwood, Indiana. We make daily trips to Indianapolis. .EXPR ESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES Phone 99 for Our "Hurry-Up" Service. The Star Garage 1416 Main St. Does Guaranteed Repair VVork on Any Make of Oar. OUR RATES ARE REASONABLE. STORAGE. l -:- -:- -4- -:- -e- P g One Hundred Twenty-eight -5- -2- i '-'!- -2- -1- 'I' 4- Elwood Candy Kitchen "After the show, W'e'1'e open late. Du11't be bashful, Bring your date." Phone 697. A. Kutehe 62 S011 'U' -U- 4- -2- 'I' -C- TI-IE NEW HOME of 'C 'U' ' HERRINCYS "Complete Home Furnishings" 1518-1520 Nlain Street 'G' 'D' P. F. MAHONEY, Prop. 'G' -E -3- 4- -5- Page One H dred T ty 'G' 'G' . 'I' 'I' 'S' Edgar M. Clark Upen Every Day in the Year Phones 108 f 641 'S' 'S' ,ab . 'S' '5- undred Thirty '2' 'C' -2- '2' 'Z' -5- 'U' 4. -HJ TRY SNEED ....FOR.... 7 1:- Your Drug Needs 'W W1 i -1- 103 South Anderson St. Phone 192 -5- 'D' 'Q' 'S' -'I' 'I' One Hundred Th' ty l xl. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- J Q Keep Efver An Eye ON THIS STORE AS NYE ARE t Y 4' ? l'O'AS'l'AN'l'LY ALICRT To Safve You Money 4, 106-110 No.Andorson St -- Elwoodlndiana -un -:- -F - e-E -:- -:- Scene in A. R. 2. 'ii02ll'll6'l"-7'XNH-lil' up l" lli R'lL'll2ll'1lSf"l K'2lll'i.N 'l'. --"VVhy e:'m't you'?'7 . 4. . lh- lieeuuse I m uot -isleep " . r L . lmuore MeK.f"lIow do you sell limburggei' eheese?" fil'00l'1'4"0ll. I dou't kuow--fwe just get used to it, l guess." .lnuis llluilzipf-"Now, what would you do if you were iu my shoes?" Tillie l'i.7'iG0l' them Sfl'0ti'il0ll.i. How about the laid iu the eau' who culled to El sweet youugr thins' ou tht eurh. "Want in rule, sister?" "Are you going north?" she asked. "Sure," "Will thmu luii ' - . - ' ig me hm-k some Eskimo pies," she said sweetly. lloslessf-''Rlezlllyg I eziuuot plzlee you." Htupid4"Uh, thzlt's all right! l'll tiud ai seat." First Piekpoeket4"Ilow did you get so strong?" Seeoud Piekpoeketf--"hiftiugr things." Pe1'eyf"l had 21 hot date lust 1iigrht." t'eei14-"Yes?7' 'l'ei'ey,f"Every time l kissed her, T siuged my mustz1ehe.', Page One Hundred Thirty-two 'I' 1-I -:- -:- -:-- -:- Q -:- 'U' r 'U' n Ce? Are You fy, V I' Xi, .I 1 I O L. Building? E4 -'i :iL'fj1i1oif Let us estimate on your to is l,41lvl2Q requirements for building ' t,n.:p?A materials. Our prompt and 'U' , Q , d epend able service and f fm 55::::z+g:5,fi::.1-7 ' , - - ,v V: . A , 4:mE,,f active co operation will D L2 lffgggiili make your dealings with us li -Fliiiiii . a pleasure. -u- J J 1! -u- i We A. Lewis M Son -il' E W y -il' Y .1 ......-WL.-. vw-- H -.i lr' nl' J lf' 4- 'I' 'S' il' 'Q' Jesse T.-Cover the phonej-K'VVhat time are you expecting me?" Winnie W,-Qieilyl-"Not at all." Jesse-"Then I'll surprise you!" , Jesse handed a hatehet to Wll111l8 saying, "Try that 011 your ukelele." Miss Hanna-"ls there any collecting link between the animal and vegetable kingdom if ' ' Paul M.-' ' Yes-hash, " Bob Theanders-"I understand that your father said that if he caught me around here he'd kick me out the door." Barbara S.-'4Don't mind that-Father's punting is very poor." Mr. ,Harsh-"Why did Hawthorne name one of his books 'The Scarlet Letter'?" Rosabelle S.-"I dunno, unless he Wanted it to be read." Clarence MClV1.TllI have a basket ball nose." Howard H.-4'Why?" Clarence-' ' It dribbles. ' ' Gene J.-"I asked Mary how I rated with her." Jim M.-"What did she do?" Gene-t'Whisperecl sweet nothings in my ear." Page One Hundred Thirty-three 75' 'C' ":' i 'G' 'O' Elwood Cloak and Suit Store 'U' Showing Everything That Is New for Spring and Summer. it , CQATS DRESSES MILLINERY A' 'I' 'C' -:l'- - 'Z' 'Z' CC 77 ,., CURTIS BCBBER SHGP Three Chair Service. LADIES' AND CHILDRENS + BOBBING A SPECIALTY. H. E. Curtis, Prop. 1530 Main St. 'I' 'Z' -::' i 'I' V 'C' Visitor-"Do you ever play anything by request?" Miss Jackson-' ' Certaiiily. ' ' EIlSlt01'--UTl1011 I wonder if y0u'd play cloniinoes awhilefln Mr. Kratli-"Wl1at happens to gold when it is exposed to air?" Ruby F.-Cafter five minutes of careful thoughtj-"It's stolen." 'G' ' 'i' I-'l' 'S' '5' C' . The United W oolen Co. Builders of High Class Clothes at Reasonable Prices. 'U' . . . , . An Unlimited Showing oi Spring and Sunnner Fabrics. 4' 'il 'S' 'l' 5 Page One Hundred Thirty-four -2- -5- "' -2' 'Ce 1' PRINCESS Q 'I' Home of the VVor1d Famous "UNIVERSAL PICTURES-" 4, Always-Your Money 's XV01'fl1 at the Princess. 'D' 'C' 'I' 'I' 'S' 1 JI' I 4, -D' uv 'NWN' G tau sigvnca-N COMPANY + 'D' L-A' -:- -:- -:- -:- IlI'lV61'-461,111 so sorry that I killed your dog. Will you allow me to replace him? 77 Carrie I.-"Oh dear. This is so sudden," Robert Williams-"Wl1at ex vression bores the ?lVOI'2l"'C J9I'S0ll to dm-alll?" U Miss Beeson-4 f I '11 bite. " Bob-"Right" i, 'Il 'C' i 'Sf 'C' e 55' egdf' 'C' 'D' Your Neighbors Trade at . in Central Hardware Store 4 WHY DON 'T YOU 'Z il 4- ie e -:- -:- -:- ' Page One Hundred Thirty-five X 'I' 'S' " 'C' '2- 'U' J. LEWIS SMALL CO. + M31l11f?LCtH1'61' FABRIC GLOVES AND MILL SUPPLIES. '5' 4, 1:- -:- -:- as- -:- -:- + Asa' 4, L Tu' . L 9 I - Gare s Ov gg L 4' 4' 4 -:+ Smoke L House C, U-KNO CHOUOLATES .I- F01, Sale Pocket Billiards. , 'U' ':' Sam Aurelms -c- -:- -:- -H -:- 4- 1 P g One Hundred Thirty-six 1, - .1.--is-mg? -- '+ -2- -2- -S7 -2- -5- Gracluaten- 'U- Then Feafllel' Your Nc-st at All. T. Royse SL Son 1411-13-15 Main St. Furniture P up Rugs Ranges Pl 1c111 e 109. 'U' 'S' 'C' 'C' , .9 Z Whipple's Bakery ,,. N. VV. Corner .Main ' Elwood, Ind. and Anderson St. Phone 478 High Class Pastry .Products 4' Effieiency-Cleanliness-Quality-Service. Farm Trade Solicited and Appreciated. Special Orders Given Immediate Attention. 4. Cakes for Birthdays, Weddings, Receptions, and all occasions. Phone your order the day before. Yours for service, 'U' L. W. WHIPPLIE, Prop. -0- ' -3- -2- -0- -3- Page One Hundred Thirty-seven -J- -F .-. .lf 4. -D' 'I' fu- -u- Fffji Y W F 5: I 0 Ilundred Thirty-e ight 'C' -2' -u- -n- Jn- -u- fn- wr Copher 6? F esler 4' -D' Undertakers 'D' -U' Phone 1005 -H 1:- -u- -u- 'C' -3' QF -F -Q' Page One Hund ., Spring and Summer Footwear +- 'S' 'I' 'F '5' 7 J. G. FIELD 'U' rn IBNERAL INSURANCE. 'U' I Represent Only First Class A1llfFl'lIf2lll Insurance Companies. 4, Citizens State Bank Building. -Q- ff -:- --:I -- '-'- -F 1- Miss Foote-"ls there anyone here who is absent?" '26-"Why is a Freshman?" '27-"ln order to give school originality." Old man to weeping' granddaughter-''Don't ery, honey-it brings on my I'll6llI1ldtlSII1.H Miss ,Hanna-"Name the five different zones." Margaret C.-"Temperate, intemperate, war, postal and freeze." '2' 'C' " 'C' 'C' 'Q' For People of Refined Taste. p 0 HlLEMAN'S . 'I' 'Z' 'I' 'S' 'S' 4' George B. McCarnmon ll LAWYER 'D' All Legal VVork Given Prompt Attention. -D- Rooins 3 and 4, Hupp Bldg. Phone 275W A7 i - 'I' 'C' 'I' - 'C' 'C' Page One Hundred Forty -G' 'V' 7V':"E.!Q.f1iA 1 xt, 'G' 'C' MTI' 'Z' 'S' f' Elwood Coal Sz Fuel Co. Dealers in High Grade Coal. , 'I' Blue Star S61I1l-A1lfl11'ZIilfltl', Kentuf-ky, 'U' West Virginia, Coke and Anthraeite. All Sizes. 'D' lf? 'G' 'S' 'C' 'I' 'Q' ii - Miss Thurston-"How many problems have you worked?" "Bee" Lamb-"Whe11 I work another l'll have onef, A11 edneated man has been defined as one who ean keep his seventh grade son from thinking he is a dumb-hell. Audra N.-"I ani to have an operation." Jane II.-"Well, I hope everything comes ouf all right." Ruth F.-"I think those Oxford bags are ridieulonsf' Mary U.-'AI do tooq I prefer a plain hand bag." 'S' 'C' 'I' 'I' 'Q' 1 ELVVOOD C 11 Cb + hee ez' a ' 4 I'I'I':'l'I':':'I':'I'I':'I':'I':'l':': 2-2 1512 Main St. 'ul lVe Answer All Calls Day or Night. + Phone ALFRED T. GARNER Phone 326 Manager. 326 ':' 'S' 'I' i 'C' 'C' 'P EL oRE' DAIRY f' Pasteurized and Filtered f' MILK - CREAM 4' Phone 360J 3 Elwood, Indiana 'Q' ' 'I' 5' 'C' 4' Page One Hundred Forty-one l:l lk! I-l Ili- l:l --I 4. A john E. Albersharclt SL Sons + DEPARTMENT STORE "Satisfaction or Your Mom-y Back" 'D' For twouty-two years W0 have sold mervllaudisv uudvr this same broad guaranteo. l HVVl10l'0 llvpondablo Quality Is Fairly VlJl'll'0fl.,, ,nn 'I' Albershardt 5 4 'U' ,ICLWVOOD TIPTON -:- -:- -:- F -:- -:- Opal Moll.-'lYo11'1'e awful fllllllb--XVl1y don't you get au eucyclop0clia?f' Fred M.-"The pedals hurt my feet!" Herman A.-hLWll9ll I look in your eyes its sets my head on fire." Mariel M.w"l thot' I smelled sometlling blII'11l11g'.,, V 5' 'I' -:':' '2' 'C' ,- -C- lV21tSO1l N val Robert Reveal -Q- N SL R El ' C . . ectnc 0. 'U' 'D' l'outrac-tors Dealers 1Cl0l3t1'lCHl Supplies 'C' 'S' 'I'- 'C' 'I' Page One Hundred Forty-two '3' '2' 'IT 'Q' '2' W I Offir-11 13110110 114 R0o111s 5 and G, Hupp Blcwk lc IOSBVQ Su. A11d01'su11 St. OV01' S110ed 's Drug' Sfolw' 5 Hollowell SL Law Realty C0. Rval ,ICsTz1'cc, 111S1ll'2,11lf'0, Fil1'11l Luaus. ld- YVO NWN 13111111 and 111511113 You. Elwood NUf2ll'y i11 Offivo. 1 Illdiilllil 5' '2' I." ':' '2' 'U' COGAN'S QUALITY BAKERY T110 1101110 of Good Brvad, Cake and Rolls. ,l+1ve1'ytl1i11g Fresh Twice il! Day. 'U' 10 o'c'1m'1i and 4 Nclock. '5' CHAS. COGAN, Prop. 'C' '2' 'I' 'S' 'I' R0lJflI't9l'fA"AIltL in what sfatv were you born, p1'ofesso1'?" Mr. Huff-"Unless my 1'vcol1ectio11 fails 1116, ill tho stahl of ig'1101'u11cQ.' Reported Cscribbliuv' in il lll1l'l'VJ-UYCS t D . , 0 be surv, and how lung' lmvm you lived There?" Winnie W.'LOll, Jesse, that czuuly ,just 11121111-s my mouth w:1f01'." Jesse 'l'.-"1I0re's a b1ott01'.', Q READ THE 0 ELWOOD CALL LEADER Q FOR THE NEWS Q Pa ge One-Hundred Fo1'tywth1'ee + Butter-Krust BREAD ,P "ua Made PWth Milk " White Top Bread 4' There is N0 "J UST AS GOOIV' lJun't alvvqrt subsizitlltvs-Dm1't buy other 1' broad that is suppusod to bc just as guod as BUTTER KR UST 0' Dun't think that il big loaf at il low pricc nwans a real saving-use I, T110 Ei'0llOII1j' Loaf I i lillftlxl' Krust salvs are two and mln-half fimvs as mm-h as that of any ufhm' bread. Always Call For lt. -C4 M LEHR BAKERY 'I' " 1-I' '.' 4' 'Q' Page One Hundred Forty-foul' ew '-mwrffwlvrslggfv '-' -2- E 'C' E --'F 'C' 'D- STANDARD QIL CO. 4- CI11di3113D R. M. TERWILLIGER, Agent Phono 140 So. B and A1ld61'S011 St. -I- + ':' 'I' 'I' 'I' "REMEMBER THE MAINE" .,. A Good Place to Eat Meals and Short Orders 1520 South A St. Elwood, Ind. 'U' 'I' 'S' ' 'F' 'D' 'D' E- ' ' ' RADIOLA CENTER" 4. 'DAWSON BU ICK UO. "Home of the Buick" 'I' 'I' -2- 'I' 'Q' John Stoker-"Have you read 'Freck1es,?" Behymer-"No, mine are brown." - Hubert M.-"Wl1y d0I17t you wash your feet?" Ralph S.-"They're the farthest things from my mind." STONE'S -I' 'D' "Flowers for Every Occasion" 1920 Main St. Elwood, Indiana 0 'D' 'I' 'Fr E 'I' 'I' 4- Page One Hundred Forty-five 'C' 'I' '.' 'I' 'I' SIIERIDAN ULYDE I 4, Real Estate Insurance 4.4 Phone 9 Elwood, Ind. I ' '57 'F' '. 'I' - -u- oR.LA A. ARMFIELD 'F Attorney-at-Law 1171f2 So. Anderson St. Elwood, I11d. gt' 'Q' 'C' -f':' ':' 'Q' From a. Cookbook. "If carefully dressed it is hard to tell the difference between an old hen and ag chicken." -lie-3-o Lewis VV.-t'Have you an opening for a bright, energetic H. S. g uate?" l5usinesslVIan-"Yes, and don 't slam it when you go out." 'C' '2' 'I' 'I'-1 'Q' ELI P. MYERS Attorney-at-Law + 15225 Main St., Elwood, Ind. .5- Phone, Office 47. Residence 402 'C' '2' 72' 'C' 'E T-R-S IN RADIO 'I' 1927 Model "Seleg-Tone 4" Means Just One Dial to Tune and 0116 Station at a. Time. Mtd. by TIDlVIARSH'S RADIO SUPPLY. 'Q' 'C' Aw-.5 I e Page One Hundred Forty-six rad- ':' 'Q' n 'D' nv 'G' ':' 'S' 'G' Drink Bottled- ' 4' 6155 if and H211Y11'H,S Bottled Uarbonated Beverages 'U' Delicious and Refreshing. lf . :ff ll Y Coca-Cola Bottling Works 'UE tttt ,gn e -:- -' is- We -5- -:- WL Deloris l3.-iiWllHt,S- a bigamist?" Donald S.-HA man who has enough nerve to ont-talk two womenf, Miss VVelborn-"Babylon fell, Ninevah was destroyed, and what hap pened to Tyre?" Viola. C.-"It was pu11otn1'ed." 'O' 'I' -52' 'I' '2' J Herman F. Willlzie Phone, Office 206 Julia E. Willlcie Residence 274 'D' -D- Law Office of NVILLKIE 6b WILLKIE City Attorney lu' Elwood Indiana -Q-o -2' -2- 4- -5- 'X Page O11e Hundred Forty-seven 4 'Q' 'C' 4' 4' 'U' OWNE 'U' 'AE """'b if , n " , " '?f 7 5 oamm A u.oAN 1 K , lm ' N E LEC-r A Home MV...-w.!1'H suv A 1.01 lily?-l r, ' 'jig vg SYSTIMATICALLY ' '3 M N1 M1 - 2 H N ' 1, 1:?i5- ARTA Y-fl 1:n v Q aumoms 6 mm ,4- - V ,, zf ' oowmaoxrr some x.uxuRrES - 'fig vi ,342 TF! MC ,g Y 'S ?' Rumi. Lurnauu-MN 'zs 2? 4. 'U' 132 ' Phone 132 W' L b C llfltefs UH1 CI' 0. rr 4' I '4The Lumber Yard VVith a Conscience" 'U' ARTHUR E. BELL, Manager. 'D' Page One Hu ndred 'U' -2- I Forty-eight ... .I 0 4' 4' K 'I' . -2' -5- ,5' 'I' + -D- uilt for ou 4. 'D- Wc say that this bank was built for you because all oui woil IS devoted to making this institution- A SAFE PLACE in which to deposit your money A CONVENIENT PLACE for the trans- action of your banking business A FRIENDLY PLACE where you Will always find the interested personal help of our officers in solving your financial problems A RESPONSIBLE, PROGRESSIVE PLACE Where your interests are served i11 every possible way a good strong bank van serve. 'D' 'ui In every meaning of the phrase-this bank really vs ms built for you. LQJ 'D' Citizens State Bank ELWooD, INDIANA. 4. 'D- + 4- A -5- 4- 4- Page One Hundred Forty nine 'C' 'I' 'I' 'I' '5' ' THE GREAT SELLING FORCE---PRINTING It is the dynamo that will move your business on to I, , 'C' s 'U' greater success. It is just as necessary to a healthy, 'I' growing business as the electric .juice is to the motors that move the world's machinery. THE MODEL PRINTING CO., 'U' 152713. Main st., Elwood, ind. Phone 106 'I' A . 'G' -'I' ----'I'- - 'S' i ' '2' Let 's go to- ' I 4- 1oHN,s PLACE 204 South Anderson St., Elwood, Ind. Good Candies, Good Cigars, the Best of Tobacco 4. ,H. Fine Tables on Which to Play. ,Q-1 ,I I Always in the Best of Condition. John W. Grimes QI- 5- 1:- -1-:C--I -:- i -:- He failed in Physics. Flunkecl in Chem., They hearrl him softly hiss, "I ean liek the guy who said that Ignorance is bliss!" W... :Fi ' 'I' -4T 1 'Z' 'C' .351 uc- L2- French Steam Dye W orks Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing. -ul Geo. D. Holton, Prop. lu, 1414 Main St. Phone 620 V' 'C' -D' 'I' 'Q' 'F " Page One Hundred Fifty 'C' 'E' ""I' 'I' 'Q' -' -1- J. P. Carpenter Coal Co. Ll' Motto: t'Best Coals, Lowest Prices for Cash." rc' 'Office 117 So. 16th St. Phone 922W 'I' ' , 'l' 'C' - 'I' JI' 3 LE Overland VVi1lys-Knight 4. DAVIS GARAGE See our new line of Six Cylinder Cars. + -C' Both Overlands and Knights Phone 958 1607 South A St. 'AM -:- -:- -:- -:- A Ford with balloon tires looks like a little girl wearing bag galoshes. Hubert llflorris-A'VVl1y does a stork stand on one foot?" Dutch Hurting'-"Any fool knows that if he lifts up the other foot l1e'11 fall down." T 15' 'Z' l 'Cf 'S' 'F' 115' '-I' Y a - 'r W TIDNWYID - ' + ml World s Largest 1 ' All '3 f' Ns . .m5N H, w Reliable Quallty . VV.. X ,, , 'fork ' J I I Chain Department r I fl ill ll! ll lf- Acute Goods Always 1 Q. la. A we W . . Store Organization. X, 71DEPARZll'1ENTSTORES at Lowest PFICGS. Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, Dry Goods, Ready-tw 'c' iWear, Dress Accessories, Corsets and Notions. 'U' "Our Aim is to Serve You Well." I ll 'I' 'F 1 'I' 'I' 'G' Hi". Page One Hundred Fifty-one 'I' +o il' 'Q' 'C' + DG BRUTHJERS + Motor Vehicles GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCKS 'U' + LEE F ICKLE 1533 So. B St. Phone 1229 'Q' 4' A429 'I' 'C' WHAT IS LIFE, T0 YOU? To the soldier life's a battle To the teacher life's a school Life's a "good thing" for the grrafter: lt's a. failure to the fool. To tl1e man upon The engine llife's a long and heavy gradeg It's a gamble to the gambler, To the merchant it's a trade. Life's a picture to the artist, To the rascal life's a fraudg Life perhaps, is but a burden To the man beneath the hod. Life is lovely to the lover, To the player life's a play, Life may be a load of trouble To the man upon the dray. Life is but a long' vacation To the man who loves his work, Life's an everlasting effort To the ones who like to shirk. To the earnest Christian Worker Lifels a story ever new, Life is what we try to make it, Brother, WIIAT IS LIFE TO YOU ? Page One Hudred Fifty-two 1, W- .-nv.--,iv-:W---1, f.L.r.1.af4.1pg5qE5g5W5q4- - X 'Ga 'C' 'I' '2' 'Q' ,, Attention--fMusicians -1- What is Piano Tuning? What is Piano Harmonizing? -:- 'D' Others Tune-I Tune and Harnionize. ONE TRIAL . Proves My Superior Methods. ni' + Repair VVork a Specialty. ., HA LY LA E + Phone Herring's 257. f 'Q' O 'G' ' 'I' 'C' I Dumb-"What is a Latin race?" Dumber"-A race between a Caesar pony and the teacher,s goat." Heard at "The Whole Town's Talking." Jeanette B.-"Gee, it's awful close in here." Herman H.-t'What's the trouble?" J.-"It's hard to breathe." ,H.-"Never mind, the orchestra will change the air' in a minute." Opal Moore-"Just think of our forest preserves." Vivian Silvey-'tYes--and our subway jams." Jack F.-"May I have the next dance?" Liz Ann L.-"Sure, if you can find a partner." Frances H.-"I am' studying the origin of blotting paper." Evelyn F.-"That must be very absorbing," Little daughter of Mr. Noble--"Did you hear the step ladder fall, mother?" Mrs. N.-"Yes, I. hope your father didn't fall." L. D.-"He hasn't yet. He's hanging in the picture framef' Page One Hundred Fifty-three "5' 'C' 'jf -'I' Real Estate Rentals -F -u- W. H. FONDERSMITH AGENCY 4. Insurance Loans 4. -l 'C' 'C' 'S' '2' 'I' 1' Lucile F.-"I put my whole mind in this poem." Miss Spencer-'LI see it is blank verse," - o34i Art llarrcll, on entering' a drug store-"Give me a 30e bottle of Hali- tosisf' 'G' 'I' 'I' 'C' 'I' 0 Model Dry Cleaners 4 "Rain or Shine We Clean on Time" 1519 lvlam st. Phone '79 4- 4- 'C' ':' -':' ':' 'Q' I mio. F. Booman Sinclair Gas and Oil I. I 400 S. Alldc-1'so11 St. Elwood, Incl. 'll I 'IE' - W 'I' .5' '-' fi-4122123 - DR. RALPH H. I'ARPENTE.Rg-NAPRAPATH 'C' Effic-ient Drugless T1'ea.tme11t for Nervousuess, Headaches, and all Chronic Ailments. Phone 1264 1105 S. Anderson St. li' 'I' 'Z' .:I' 'S' QI' Page One Hundred Fifty-four 'C' 'I' " ' -2' 'G' . -D' Compliments of C. W. Berry Cigar Co. + + 'C' 'C' 'I' 4' Marjorie D.-"Oh, I wish the Lord had 111adc me a 111111 Joe H.-"He clidwl am he." -ifco- Asylums are places where some of thc insane are kept. 'IL 11' 'I' 1 'C' 'C' 5 Frank E. DeHority SL Son 4 ccBL'ftG1' B0 Safe Than Sorry" ESTABLISHED 1900 "More Than Service ' ' "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" -:- -:- -:- 2- 4- ' C' Stylish 4' Footwear JOHN FAHERTY 4' ELWOOD, INDIANA Page One Hundred F'ftyfv -2' -4 '57 '2- 0 'D' 0 -U' Orcler-0 Q DIETZEN'S Q OLD HOME BREAD IT'S BEST Uolivvrvd Frvsh Twice Daily Q, to Your Grocer. 4, Ellwomd Baking C0 4- 'D' 'I' -5' -2' 'Z' 'Yu-r W- .nf 1- -' . . X- 'Q' 'I' -'C' 4' f Q! ' if fl 7 4 2 . 'U' -Dv 4' Cgresiingz-1 unit sinners fuislqzs fur future 0 swzness uf the eniire slams, frnm -D- ' 'U' PJERRI DREEEIST Phone 519 120 So. Anderson St. ID, 'G' Qu -D- + 4' 4- -3- -Q- P ge One Hundred F'fty a A3355 JM bww U M ff E343 W' ?gg?WX Q5 . M52 J 1: N5 , Q I Wff W Haalwlilr jfWWWt' 2 '1 A xi, W X mq gl: Ru 1,-L N Q Q fy Xlfgfww W4 '32 niqgrzrphs ZH 111 ,Mn 7 X it 2793 fi? Qgvg VMTN MLW 5 N'X.5'- "VW My M - 'WI' ' s EMM ,www 1 'X vvu 1 vw A ' 'Fm i ' ' ' - f q.uL,M:,m.-.+ ,.,- ,.a.,-.,-.....L. , .L,W.-i- . n..-1.,m,.f ' " Hi L A 4 I 4. J! 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