Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN)
- Class of 1928
Page 1 of 152
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1928 volume:
E ff ff
,,. , -
, ' f
gg Qc '
S7-,C fr 0
L df 607g ,.7' x '
'Ile fn' Ml
4 bf' .
5 V e"
.X 7,0 W3 Ani
-K 1 5' Q '
E ' ba-V411
W 24 J xs-
EMJAC7 NA., Xxx E
KX V ,X X XX
V .Pr Q- :H+-iii, S My MJT? qi yE5i?3Q1i..7
1 J, Q- . V- K, , ,, UV Q , Q: 5 NIV 3.7..Kg-H-'i6Sf4.'7'i'1ggt'A,VW vza.,'g.k .N qi 53 531- 1-Lg 14, N 4 ,V 'JA -1.4113 L'-all - ,,j,:V ,V ...Vg V'. rw,g.,g'
we-"V L"-L - H-'-if 1 -V 'fl -1 -"fxV:-A 5' V'i:f5G'13xkf?"??:3 ' 'f-1143?"f7"'-QiJ23f.?gkg:g ?Liff"7.'5V-.- "?!is
" ' .--VV ,- 'V-,if -2, .V - .1-'-f ' -.. til -1 'L --4 - ' V' .-V-t-V-aww, 'JL 11-K'
K , ,, "i1',V:'1 .Ax M :,,,..., ,V .,f,--:'1-..,-VJ3-',- .VA.,,f5.,,V-f-b -1- --Ygisglw .,.,V.3g- N -L 5-+35
s A HEX 1 xv yy-lp? QQ? +,,,27 YP3,'A'f.571?:.,
2 'N X R -Q Vw AF 'W
f Vi w if - VLLIVJZ 51 C"-F,
TEM-P-fff' WM: -' '- -x
Affgidz It nl- '50-Vg w 4"'Ax "q'fMQs5t 2 S- wa 2 'fv-
,V VV. ,.-V VV A - 4 , - 1- - 1, V V V -V --1 Q , , V V3.1 1' , .-:WV :A-if 1, 1- ' -V, f -A ,1.,f., gf..
Sims?-iV.,,V . ' W -riff-5 .FS-f - -V, Q-V ,. V T'j7f.fE- V: 'mi 3" wi fwfr, Q 1 x f-.--'.'3r 41--
' f'V,ez,a'Vf'f-'-f.+f5 V,'--Q-f u wig.:-V Q,-.gif-, 213 ,-QV, ' si ,,iF2fT,.
. . N ,S-, .V Vw - VVV2:..V.,,x - V. V-P'-I .V V ,
YF?-n'3V5v7"'3f 4353... Q QW551Mfl"1'5QV3sf'fJQ'g" 33 N Ng," 43? -.QQK y fi hfwrmiifbv 3 'A fir " "h -'g i f-5
' -V""' 2 V. -1 ,Viz 2, 1 .V -4 f- if V1 ,f-S-FV:-A 'rm 'Y-iP7p"f-:ff 'F .
4-'-S -I' -Wx. -A",-1" lg?-Jw jp 'H iw'-fb "+V'l'L' ' JFK! Q 3 ixffv M 9' up q - ' '-lieu: ' 4 bi"" Af 529' MN 2 Y , Q
4 f,,,1,vA 9'4-
- ' 51-453 fl
- 4A'..9.1hf.f"'5 M 1 wtgq - -ffl'
2 'wiwg 'Sw , fx.-uf 'Ap if Q' 'C'
V. --.--ffl. V-V.,d9rfQ"f ,ai9A"V- 'iv Wa - v w -mfg. jf' W
xxx- ' .fa W 1- Z.Vf5 3f-a'-1 VV 94 'fr ' V TFP'
V .214-V + : V- "f,f1f'f VVgA, d,V - 1? Q ' fslif
. Vp V, Vx.. -,Q -X VV , V.V, :X-3, jhrg. .ff ..q If Wig' W4 " 1.5 -. ,r . A, - mv
SM- X-ff"' 'if H' P- ' W- ff, 1. 36 '
J ,gtg Agp VV , gixp: ww, Sw ig,
.,3:r,,, aria-L Vx 2-we '
H ,M QV, .W -vm: 1.5. ,.V.! iv J H.
rg W -We it ,, ,
Wk ' waz' ,fag -Vi V N X sf 3 3,-5-ff'g"i
f. .Vi :wc , 'V ,,V gf, . , . -,mf ,..u,w.5:.g-- 51-VV1 . V- -.V,,-V,-x,y,Vg-V31-7, i,,:,-,K-pf . - V , V 11 -. .1 A ,
'ggi hkfgak Zig --. 5' uf v4W"rs .mv 1. + ' AQQEQK RV-gif 1 fi' M gr, igfjax '
f-51' ' Mygud' WL- Hera'
.HMP 'E "SEQ ff- W M V f' V..:- W' aff' ,QQ-' VY: -FV'
1' 4-'ET aqgyl-V. '- ff , df 'Q 3, ,VJ gg V' s-vn,-?-"xf:-'- 'igfhxj-1 xg-3'F.l.'XZ 25 K'-5 -Q 1 tif, 'IVV Ji 11- , '-rw. " 7 zfifff' " -45.-ff 'L ' -J ' '
,' JE' . 53' A'x'3Q551"33t2x'2- '7'V531, ,lfiiiff-mfsS'i- X -V ' if fi"-T ' 1'--f ' if.,-TV "-'QA 1' -T5 'ark-5 Vive' '
1. ,E , x,. .Ewan NM igsakq ,.,i:,a: E: A ., ing. , .4 4 1? ,p. 4. R W .3 -VJ :Q .Q ,gr , ,L. .a .. 53,
4 .1 xml!-ff Q. fe 1. Ty V., 'W KHP? ugh V Wfvfff, xmvf Vu' iv 2..1.,,-vi ww
. ,. A
,.,. f ,V J ,'-...-.3.V 7- .
.- - uq,' - WJ.: --r.1,. , 5 nf- ,.'. 2 J -Vg
...VV View VV V
i-Vw, il 'f,.V. -3 -,aff-1'V-w1:,.Vy V2af"fV 3 1.':5,- ,, 1' -V- ,- , E -WL .-V4., ff., V, . H., 1:1 ' '
5.33 1. 7, .-V . -if, .4 .1 'VZ 5 an Eg 4, V x, ug -va J 3355? V -EV
,15 V, 1.1. -'V - gf V V rf .gf 5 JI V f A , km .Vx V ...gmc sgz- Q- A Mfe
iilzfgf f gr- 1 V' .V 'sl' vs' .IF ,gy H3 3' 4-3,4 is if wif 'l envy' W?"
gg H51 - ' , ' Si ms' L T' 'QV :L V?' - Q , ' ..V ,351 gg ,fjff '-'gd ,5f',',V1f+3.1'
. ,.., , , .. . .. , . ,W ., , , . . . . , , , . , ,, , . , ., , , ,.
if vu ' at rv- V wif' i a M X X W qfgjba 35 Q M .V gf: Q- '53 V gsw"3F? 'gig 'J 7 W 'BTV' ff A HQ. qfgtwg Avi atig f3'?g"f515'x' :ggi gf'
""f,gQ .- 'Rr 'J if 433389 Q, ww if "' V' "'5f-if ' s 1' :L 15 ' ,Q"'f' 3' c fig gl
.. ,K gspmwg is 3 ,,, .V . g V,,g,,g5, ,W i5,.,Vsg.4.g5,w,,,..hf .
V ' 'V 3,5 'V 1 5 A N ' '
'3 1 . , '
H 'W' Y A -1 Q. 1 ig, V 4 1 9, V. A 5 ,, .5 1 v A , Wg A
.VMeVR?--Wil? ar , ,Q -Q L' VV,..z- Vual33,..,.- r- ,V . ,, -. m . '-' 1, V- , 1 . VV away! ...P+ 41.4 .-2 w:'f-i!fQ'2ffV,'---Yf ,3,fg5V
sf- ff,-1 . ,f vx-V ,3 I' ,Vyz..:. V -124 .'-Hs? .1 ' img - :V -'Q BME. . .1 f'GMh-.'-'Q-aw f '
..,gk.F.fi'3,5BM,,V5,5,V V-fV.,V,V-g .4,,V+5V4.:.,.3.s.V 'f-'i1,,..q,... fm ,V :.,,VVV5 ,V.eVV.,.V..,,3Zg.,A,,.,j.dV L., GVQ,-w4Vi'l5'?2'?f5s-'i f-:wif 539'-'-rafmgqfg ,
' - '
ig' 4 2 'N xr !
:Vw VV - E' ,v'?'H'mw- U V - V.. V .. :wi vi- eff - - V- f- fr f- -- ff A - -,
' -V -- A V -
'fy-V :H-,"Sv-Qui. V2 N mfr wi. fb is ,V 'Y r',v -Q ,QQ .gm SX ,t52"s,,vY 5? fi ..-
..... 151. . ,,.V. if M., V-, V1 ,V V V ,V VV. Vg- -412. , . Q ,,-. - . ,. 1 Q., V .2 V, V .4 a..V .f. P
img' "'5i'x"'J 'fa' lim .gg " ' ' ? " QAM 95" WH 'ggi 1 fs. v fgmgj if '32-'? 155' 544551
Q., lg 355 xv- sz 4 Vu .-Q .af W .gg vig Q., ,G QJQV
ig, ing? spasm? 5 My me W 2 :SA M y-lE"'W 'A ,Q mfg if i wk? 'hidg 5 ffita
- V Uv .J 1 my an in fr wr 4' r ' 1 -. .XL "
1-Q fr wx W ww 1 1 W", Vi..
sv vffxf M-: , .f V25 fs? 1 ' 'WE' V " 'L-Ewa-an-ff' - , - V tai-Vx 5... ' ,. 5 7.1 1-Q2 ivfwg -'+A ,' ' -ff'- 2 1312-2 "f"55ifV" 'V'.2f.g."V 1 1 - 'iff
K- 3 V K- , VJ-L-,V 1' - ,A 43. .-1,554 3,3 4.5, . , , - . y a ..,,-- wx., A-. , .4 .1 , Q ,y 1 V , -LN V . .gr e '- V A. 'Vg-w wm a .. . mv .,, -V ,Vf .y,V,, 1 :J L-vw -X 3 . 'nw-
1 43 Hg,-1P"A'LVg,, QV .lu g Q . , , :V " ff :ZA 1, -,Vg-..j' - ef- V
- 5 ' -' 'f .33fiS", Nl. " V wif ' w igfff "3l..ss3g3EYf1'?N...g-aV1..1 -' -V75 'I If:-ix-7"i'3-'xxbg"' -'
2.5 ,V z" Vw ,- .. . fi x 'gafiafai H g -V,,V V ,V 'ff " ugh M
1- V, ' .-- V.1 V -'Ha-1 "1 - '.- 71-V.. ff- -V " 5- e.-1, . A L- ' . 1 'r ' ' ' L. xi 'Q-2 V if 1, - f- '- "fl :1 ,vw :mm ' H61 - P V ' f' 42
,.V-fe. -- 1-.. R, w -rm -" 1 i ,J - sas, 3.5, i V.. ., W ,VV , -. K, V, -3, A 3-7 'V -15 -1-?,V.,,.-1 . V ,- Pi- A E,-',?ffwi.Y--'f:1s.V i5..'Vf 1g.Q'u?-.- :-A ,Q V 1
,, V4 .f ins 4 .VM -VV -V . , , V., V -M
4 A , J. . 'ss W mfg 1 3: V 1 if V, E 5 A 1' is 4 l 9 E Q 1
x W K
.rf H Q'-M ?FqQ Q f'.,1.,. A his-4 5,1 Wi:
Jil 3 an 55,3 r X 'gA.,3m,,fn- .- mn 4 ,. uiggwag "" ar...
. diy., -1, Tm A A iv P+. ,Q MJ . had dx QV 1. .53 ,f S .-
'NH 'w g 3' 1 V w. " Ae E nf' W ' 5-egg V? ' -
-V,-,f,.Vv Y, , 5 ...H mu , -I ,, .lm ,K ,-z-K-xi, QV. ...Y ,,K,, ,- V- 1,-X 3.2 -. ga-V A, V . V V Vi., N, ,x K 4. 2 Vid.--i ,,, - RJ.-V - 3 A V, n w - , , -.1 - -A 5 ,5 V
'--'EVM'-'-f'55'. . . , , V T 2 V 'ii V' V . ZW".-1'f' 1' H if 4,-'-.5"'-Ri QQ 1 4 ' 31 5 - -u' r' "' L -. - V"-1 7
.If-fi' VQAQ1 fY , 4"'-pe. V-, ' 'X - 'Q L ' ' Vi 7 , " nl ' f'?.343' - Vx. "79!,f' Wi"-e9Q',fSi MVV.G?1 jk5??'125lQ, J
,fl , 4 ,U --. ,VN i ., K, ,I ,r . Wh , M ,.f 5 t ul! .,,...,.. A . 5.8, ,, ,,v,s.., .1,,, ,. , .M AX ,W ,7,,,,f1Qq .Z ,,V,fF.Vf... ., .4 .,m,,1,, id,
X ' " .40
Qi, in ff 5 .
G FS I
1. .. '
'LV - H'-:"" 24' 1 -' '-if-vw-A' ' ts ' -gf-ewxggxq f-ff 'fp-"5 .153-ff --
X, V- 23714. , - ' V .-,42 1- -Mr. f, - ' Gif'-f.::.V5Q-2--.- V, ' V '-
ki' Q 54 -f " Nix- 1535 Lf' -'sigh wg? -5 1 'E 22 3" fa WH" W A K
M , W., ., ' S, 'vw .gi 'mf .. 6-44-Q sf '4
:Ma X VS- 'E E' mei- '-WV, QV 6 Q VVVV Q 'ii . Las-ww Q V.,-2:
M wa ' VV- sf- W .V V- -VV we V-1 V-
N 5135? Q
21- fx A it r ,V
9 3' VQVQQF 'Fi' mf 5 'y Q 5 I K ' :gg
- Miy., i A' 2 Qi n- if T-i f V '- ' 3. ', I V593-V K .H -J Y i? ' Q' il, .E
. V 711 -' :ff-' 1 - 5-V V", V YT-. -V SV. ,g .10 ,- ,a "
.E - Kwai NMR V .V :X .5 fi. ,M a L SWE f x 9 Q ,ggi ii ' fig!iV3?7,L f fiwifg-:Q f I 'fn V? 9.3
. , 1 Q
'fa J 'S
, 1 , f 1'
- ...,V-.1-1. -A if 1 , V V, j5:g,uV.,j W " wg - , as 2' - '324' -Wi. 1 :
Ira. M ' , L-V. Ve-
V ----wk -Vf 'QVVZ 41-1-Wa ws?-1 - Q -'AV .'fi."g'f',5?, 1??E-w-- c -K 1
wi lgrgzgm w 5 fu- wi' +
.V -4 ,, . ,
Tw' V 41, f L ,S
' V f V9 ' X 5
T in " fi Q 43 if 1 Y
,N 1 13 I 4 45, V
:V MQ High.. ' Ali- ,L Y- Egg as
r' --2 -- NV pyf gp-,H --aff 'fix-5 'f f .,
, -QM' bm VN' ?,1,.qr,.,gg. M535--?.,'.: Af-Vgggfigggf---X
,, , .,.. , ,.,, ,, M,
SK-.iff 93? T'A"1-'fG"'5ei'1"4'f4ff-1 :VV-'-:V -5-
, u , ,J , A, 4, . 14,
, v, ,Lia 6 , . E , N IJQ, Vqi ... a+1,,m32..5f,.aQb5i..,f . wQV.,g5h 5,-is
Z'FQj,f, V' ' 'fflifi :Mini .f 1 '1 v5"'.f"12.'3'fi?1 'M:",2Vl: Tfiifl
1 2,-,JT--35 ,d-i'?f,f". " -"f-1!"4'-112523 -f':fV'f."4 4,'Q.' 5-if F 'FH ff' 4
xg 3 g4r.h?g,:,gb:M1W ,r9,.,. f?: V if VJAQ-Y. Q, A3835 .l4x3i.f?,'y's:- H-fy-'Xl ,E ,S ,551 v
4,-v,V,, , -s. , ggglx-1'Z'1..V, e..2?, lam? wp ., . If wi - .,.5Eny.f ,-:
ff ff? jf ' q' .,4-i13wi- ff?" .X-"fx" E' Tl'
Vgffw'-2-Q ,X MN, ,gs-Q-Qyggzfh - fVj1?fQ3iF"1'-f--'L .JF . 1
Q,.'.i3'!Zg'- 12' ,
r , r ,
.ef W - .
-- 1597 ,-- jNgf,,'?.ifv f?Q',1-gffib, K - as H VKEV Q S
. .VW 1, Vlgp,fV: Q, -., ,
K -VP-2-f3q3a.,,,f ,g :V , .1V,,4, M.-gr. Rb:
VV S- -,
MVS-w - ff :ggi-fV,cAg:Eg, 5
fxu W J " gl'
- f V -- f - 1:
., i ii? -if : if 7225.1
4 sf aw... f,,4,, Q-'Y J. gk, p' 'ale
V V , '4 .hee---5 -'T
P MST' ' ki f- -mg . 'fm'--f" ' 'QV ,Q M - 33' 4 V ' -'-f ay -hir'-V,15'c ,ff + 1,3 'Q Qi 2, 513 .. , f,. Q ws.-jf: "-
.. V: Ve e f ' . BMJ? , dl r an if 555 ,ggi
M ,, .. , V, ,asf , , , 'S .Q x Y gf N' " 1 A' N , -
-,W 'Q ,,.b., W ,, .QQ , .AM 6 I -PJ, V .. . 1 . .Vaiflf . -
fifffsglgggs f R'-9:-'iffffz - VV- 41- 'fps-53,35 4.25 .5 Y, 'Q Q V Vu
W 4' 1 1 'Wa N x"W"" ?-iff.-
V , , 4' 1
. 'fK-f ff'
-ff Mlisighffbbw in 5,VQ:.V-s.g...f-22125: Hr-f-iq?-3.,V,f,1.9V
EZ , gw ' aa?--f.gm .f, ,Q3'fVz,.-233.5 - P-'gig vflgf
V-V ' 5
,vw VV ,A HQ ,-, . gf., -'VV,V1 V- 1 , : V. 'Q -' HW . Vg ' V a-,. -.,,,.:. - , -1 -...S-7? 2 V--4'
.V L V5 1-M-,,.,,-V 1.g,,1.4, ,--f I f-V-V 2 175? ,Q-V , a, V. Q . .V ,fit ,. ,. -U!1,- V Vw- A,
-fw,w,V , Q V V: - ,fqmq ,. , :,.g,,.f..L ,rw gl, iV,f,f:q1-.5--1 Fug' ' '
E1 f- 2"1a'fvgig 333 1. 131, - gif! -ffm if Ag. ' -V.j,V,a ' Mc, 1,2 .,gV33l535'ff - Vx.. Viv - '12 5--3,62 A 'H wg . V:-magpag, VV
WL if ,Vfgifigigggyfariiefa--P -V RJ- V V53 '. Erin.-fig SW 55-133 . '--.git egfgirzg. - ' ,V Q-335g Q ' " - - -if
' .- . 'P 1.911-gfiva 0 ' -N f -1 ' QI.,-15QU.gj-' Q- V? 25" -'wgfh 'mf - -ef 'vf..e1V "f1x xii
'Wh' ' - -t,,..3', -Yvn N.-
PP 4 'QE 1:1 -...V, V V
'f .fi F ffm? , ' Q ff gE,?4-val., ' Qi ,f
,Hz::"'k --2' ,A'- nigh- . U'
Q. 4 -H M' .
87" 41V I :V W t14"9""f14f
.E --Q .-.V V V, V 5.1, .
is V . 3... , .. 1, . ..,,, ..f..5,,f3.,9,gs ., . V ,.y,,p. ,V
:fin 3- 47-iv,
'-.1 ' .ff -V 1. -:A-.v., 5 5 . ,.3g' V,f...V--, - V 'fV,ViwV.5.'V Hg-, .
, 'fl . ' ' -J, ,f 41361, 5-..,.,.:p-g'.Q,v1.'f4Sq L51 '- 1' F QQ-4 ' '15--, -Vif'A.94.Z,:,hE-'Vf- 45:7
, Q-.gms X-rm
' . Q3-flzfwf "W ' 1 , 5 Wifi gfJ',1'T ' -' .' E' 9 'i?'qTi'?f "-fgi'
V V V:-wif , ff? H 5 A-.. if 5t'fs5'f:'f5f-yu-5EaE.,1,,, V :- :gf gc- ma--V.:
5.51 'fi ,-V - M .3--1 ,EW
, .- fm QQ, f .QNX -Vw M ,V .1 1122 fmt..
x ..:' V1-fr Q , '- aw... 5: -V-ny. 1,, 1-V 'V 1: 3 , ,.f, s-1' ma...
N-fViVm1i::5' V . dx V, ,-ag, V..,.5gizfv,: .fry :FY . 53 egL'.cV5,,gt 5-'-'V-Q.-'4-gg. LZ-5:-.f. S.:-My
w 4 K cw., 4 -r ,RJ W as J, flghljisbi
-?l!l'-194-A3"54'l' 'f E' in '-25'17f":13' -'
if-'if ,Iii fi f. ....1 ' --?fv3'- V5 i-f,L' 'UAV IJ? 3' 'Fi -' 'R
,Q -Wig V ' ff. ,r ir '
1. ,QE , ' V1 1 " it it 1,5355
si V 'i V .V LL - -E 1 5' M P , V
Q 49 V V V. .- V w
X' 1 'K gn in " F 1 sg 'f' Y S
. , .H gn, ., . .A .V V1 me .,,, . xp., we, A-P., V, V tm' ,V .ff .
'-lag, - . '.f, V. an ". ':i- ' V, 4, 4-,114 1 V. Y, K-wr-V1'?',g'-' H- 4 55" ',.-an any V25 14' 1 131,515-,V am? 1- Nfl-11' V.
Cl' -,VV-na' 'V' fa:f""3.p -9'2:v'g--'- 15-1-.RH at-'V-K-,ff-:a'S V' f '1Qfg'E3f"3-v.i-fgviri wil-ff.wgf"'sEar-'Zw'?fI',fffVs'9Wi5
M. V gg, ,. . . ., . , . , ,, . , .
1V 'VC H- -"J A f- ,V - fsizmg-'V f "4."':. f ' 1'--J ,..: f'f',, ,4 5:2-5 ' VVVL ...ff IM, .. ., vw , R-' .V'- ' . hi- ,-'asp-fr f.'-i -' -rl 'frvriz . :
A ., -
'E 'V gf 9 W' ' 54- 1-
f?iXiK:fi51?:V,'fif? 5V3i15'-Q41 x
ini X N v -. -.,V :lynn V
1?31'7 1QiL1Ii13l,, 'I 'TQ.'E.Q7,b "1 A
R 1 ' M x
, V V -- -. V-
5 ,gr 4 r .+, AQ
,M .V -V -.., Vw V. - V .-., 1, 1-,
'E-'M-3 fwfr - fr raw fa.: -
A 1 -'.?'7f' -'K , 'r gf.. .. -L-'3",'.2.V-H!-HZJ'-v 'V
mg., .. .4-,,,,' ,A
. .V ,V ,qaga--.rf-'s '
,ffs L1-if fpsme., 1 QV
.. . , 4,
, , gk .4 -fsfu ,.
' ' 'Qt V . Q'- I' xx
-k - Q- 'SQ -ff'
QJQTE .mm , :V k V .A - .V -
mu . 'f,.f -1--1-'V - '
, .. .g., VE
J, A V A ,' .',3,1.v-f .-ip, . , W.-h, rx.-ii,
-, .NM 2 -3 - -5 V.-V ,Vg-QV MU, -fy, .,,VV,1,-5-
1 'hh ,K .ii
,Q-ezfis VV V- ,- 5 my Y
If. 1 -
VJ, gf .V A ..,, ,VW ,.
-,V-T, L2 '
Q-V kfwi-V5':5'-2 Q" '
E' 'zg?7fj?a.fw-2-.M 1 Q 'Q
V Vp.gV., ,V,,VH -59,5
-3 ww . 4, .,',k-5:.,,.j
, 1' V.f - V fad '-:
s, QQ gf
. N 2. V f 412' Vg- , f '
rV-H"fP-Ev-- -1 '- ' 'A ' TQ P .-QR 'f
--.f, '2'.V,j.A . . 1 -,:,5Vi.V N ,V
V , .' ' .,f'
51. W 1 A vx V -,AV , H -, M- .,, - VV,,K..:-
, 5,1 my-xyw,
. fi. -F'
" 1.5 'ivif'
,-.V ...--2-yg f
V r-f-fi.,-,vV,?'2 1 V V -Qi V 1 .
4' 'gZ"'V'g .Iwi Vw- "' Va- V ,,
4,-ska fm- mg
..V.V-.M V 1 T9 1 V
'-jf.:-g ,V.-.,ff2,JL3 s pam? .- -fp
'e-" V Fgqiw
. -3- ,V ,, 414 - x ,A H
Y-gmmg. - - Q-V-FL - V
- 'g a t--" '
,-11,6 ,uv uw '.'wm4 ,:,,,, wi --
af'5Igsaf'55'?f J 5 . Q?
,'-" V---5215-f.,,f 'f -1 in 4:7-.V:., 4""'m-K'
Q ,w,.y.-I," " '. 1 ,..:11f.g,,' V,
-4,-V35 ,, Va . . W-.
fi?-'?fiAF 33 V V331-- '
- - R 1, ff. 2-W
-- --i g - 9
V?,4g+AA-Wag.-TgV ff gAf'..4kSf-.:s-2p'3?- . V - vieeihff-N -, V
ff----'1r"i.,'f4!?'5-'Q .af--VVs'm-2-V-HV-ga '
' 'S-vw." V' wr' " fn ?
' "'V - -1-7--Vx: ' ' .V---.,.-inf,-.-3 JN, .wrwfwi ' , ' ,,V J,
ff , V..-. KV ,V ,Q V , 4,.,,Vx?!. :V,..uA,..,: J... i n ., ,iw
A' ' Vx-' -' 1 . 4,f5?i,'L
px' -EV-L ij! .. . W 4. .,-,4
15' '.. ': 21,15 V 'I - -Qfiii
, 4 w.VV:- VV -QV ,
V -9. mi" L. -'1-' "
gj 353121.55 ' V:-E,
', " L- ...,2WQrT',5v5w?-.We ,Vs
- ' U ,w Q :SA
W N I
ki,.5533?N fb ., .fu
.4-A ,, - vet. .V. .- , , f -SVS ., - MV, . vi-'tfI2., -. .,, A -,.f.,,-V,fV 2.-. .
if ' '-
' w " w y 9 , 1 -
' 'f . Q
E Qi i 5'
. V 5
T ,, ,V,f'i'!Qi'
SYPR. V t. bf' -
-f way., -
V . f
: 5 4
1,1-:tr wig' ' -E3-:5fs?j1if'fS'45x-QL-'i-' ' - v 55,
:in my Vw 3532.1-fggjage-?V,'E A it - -
V V - V mf- V V - '
-VJ -: Q sh .. ' fj ffz- -. ' , vp , 4, W ., .Y , Q, , VV ,,
,Vf If-1 1, .V - V.-V :-: 5 .rr ,Vs -ff
1 ", V '- .g, 5 5Q1p .,5 W?-M ME-eg-if .' ,1 ,-533533 - Q X54 " U 5-..V ,,wia,' M, .1
, k QQQQQ,, , H. , ,, in A. ,V , , , ,.
V, w.,.MVV- -Q W, by-5. ff M i 4
'f 7 H V v ,V Q .-
4 ' 4 4
EW -'Hs . , ' 'Q-1 - -'W U '
-ff,-1 V 2,1 V-V V- V... -.f .
. bg 7
'J 4, Q
.. .V 'V V . V,-gV.V-.wp
335 V- V V2 -'f .
-f. 'A ', ,J .jg 5- 15, 1'-"Lg-.4-.xzff Y
U -1 6 .15-,, ,I: -'?z, .: f 23.5-3-'ww:.-if " 3
' ' 5"A" ':f V ,: 'N'V Af-.,.v -- 2?a- -1"'-V
N 'Q Pifi, 2 'WA'
'A ' ,f sig ?- V 21 295
VV V--sm-SQL-1.. . V,
. . .9,x,VVV. ., f'5pE5-TKS?-H qimsifsii J' fi: kv! ' -gsm' Y-in V -,QV 3? -Z
3' ,.. 5 .,.,.V .455-u9?'lA.,.,,-e-....QagEyQ,g ,t -,ri V sg-V41 we ,yazgzj Vesvwiqgii - M?-E1-ii2Q,.gf,g,,ff?E3V,tA'i -Q'
552535-JV ' f T .:,
we f - V -- ,f - . V-V, ,
.f -:fra-, -1 ,,1-'V 41 .3" .5-V". .rf .. ,V-1: x
.fV.,,gp,,,253 Vg. N - a-:Say ,VV,?5fgeVy51:g,Er-fV1g,"z,V
. .V V V2 -2 Q ,VMEVM Vid-KW
QV " '- 5x5 1 Jgqpt .-5.:Ir g, ,fng-" V?', V 1 ' .,1.F"i- ,, wr'
-5 3 4 V if V V A7
W A V 1' ,N V, .-. 1 . V 4 , V -if 'N
? L' 1-,gn , 'gf-1'giWH-,a 3 , Va, 5:31-.YT-"?v -'Y .ver-, - H555
. f Mai!-'f -:gi A-Vw"
Q. . -1 -V--. -, SV..-
'if' f ' .4
in ,ff 1
L '+L ,
yy. 316 1'-A ' Vi- A .1141 ,-5-' V' T" ?"".? ps' CV? 'r 1'-4?-fVQ'i:Qf , ,.
'. ---Qfrcwjf '-,V V. 25, M Q k'V.-Agfgg V, K K- fx ,.
, f V ffuii ifi Xi 274, -3 - f - ,. e. Y Q w JI x
' - 3 -J , fm. V 1 5 ,Vp , K' ,far
.. A V .aw,:.,, .V .ww
J- V' A VVaa:.,i. -f V. V. V. ml 1 we -4:-24.5
V AV A ..--1, ,f f V- + J L'-V .E 3'f"gfQLi-95251-, g V
V 15 , 1
tn ' , X
V V .1 -V ., -V --V,-. . :P-2-J -.iff V.-'Vs
V L 5331-ejj25jL3rvq,'u3,,J3f'. -245' ,,Vl:2Vf' .wif 211 '11-V w-v .2 'gg , VA
-4 V-'WVR ' ' ' '
w ' v' -7' '
: Vf- Aa, VV-I VL,--'Q ,150 y," -..!'J.fl-451 R A fil.F,s'4E-fu
-3'g:,,-q,V-g,Vgj,,gg5:g,5.Vygfwf. " ,QV-1,,-fZ:3:g5,ff,ie,.:V a., ,
315532: L 4 A I "' J "?"5W""f"f 'L""i, ,
, ,..-41 Vg?-. - -4:-V V- V.
mm- V:V V-.4 "' -L VQWQFHV fy, W? ' 2: ,
. gg Q- an .
3 iffn- -6. ,'-'X .3d1'V4ffz'9'9,wi,:1:V ' V -- VL - - V P S
Q .3 .- V, M 'L ,3..gJ,Esis
.ry Q fri
Q X- , .V i
. K - V ...ge-Q,
1 iv , W--'.m,V." -it-xs-f'5:gg
Q. Vw.?'fw5' H 531 wf-'
1' Y' . 4 fy , V VY W-fr . , 53,4 4:8 5-V f-'Ya '
wb- " w' Mg., V2 V ' ' +34
' 5 a,4gimz',,V:n5, .Vf1,. sSt,- 4215511 -A
. ,, 1- Q, 5
-'S 'V ' Q-V
-V . r -, f - .,.-VfeT
" -4 sr ""2"' ' " vff i-f. 'nV, 'V, -,yi-sf -fi. 3- 51- 1, 2
., V we 4533 Vi -V V V 1-7-:v-3-'-QQ-. -- . s
' - V :ii Q., A
' - - - - P we ,
fl 4 VV
2 it "-2511, AVYQ5-f' V ' ,him ,Q
2-5 ' Y H
lg?- -'Z' - .- Qi V, X'lf.i1?i5f.5
1w,y.,h+, 'gif-Q V523 , g.L,,,b:?, ,3
Qi- ,V V-'WZ' Q FQ 4,-'fnfxi-1"1:34Pi2V1'?- - V -iii?
- 355 if l jfnjxi .2-V .iq
+-.cw-1 Q, ,.
5 is. .
V . X --1-Viz. W --.aww
L .V ,,, v,. L we ,, mH?eX,, . I km . Ji,
4- .-2ffff+"5K'j. L V, 'gifs'
,, 3-iVggq-gg-a.V,5,k ' q X , T A ,VV -V1V , ,g- -fi
-' Elfw 25
-y-flfgi - 1, if., -V Va.1',,,V.w- -V www '-GY
- .r Vx'--siwvaf ,ez-gzsgf2iVJffi?:"q---2'f- ,
.fh""A' - fdygigii' if 'K5fI5'.1ffS
Q L' ' J-
... 1. - V, ,,-M . . ,V ,.,, ,, . P3
fu- -V, - VV -V--.Vw '-ff, V -V ' -YM
gsvfnliy- ,,, , ik WL- ,,f,-.?y ,1. - V. - f'-- - V, 3.4 has V - ...Q Mg,
- V.: ,Vit Am VV., Q.,-,VV-S
4-r 4, V , ' 'T ,
. fm., V,
952' F.. , V 2. 1 gif 351
14, -- 4 . V K -g y, .., .., :V '., 2V 5.1. VV? . gnu, ,,. - g
V . . Q21-' fi ,I V 1
- V - - if
V aeff '
. , '1"fa-1,14g:f , ,.:.
,xvigff 533' f ,V ..
W - ,V V
.e F523 .1 A-ns.. 27 ,' ,
t , j..m?5 1 '-Hz' --gif:
' ' "Q -fr '-V- bf.-aj Vw-gg f ,. .:- ff fir- ',.-wa.. , "Vi ,- '-
J f V?-V A.. : Q-
g-,,'iQ- -'-e :w .9 ,-J--,Q ..1.i..- V, 3 VJ, ' fig-'Q
,-V. KVM- . VN 54353-ef'-ff V:
Vw :, H, Q .,.....1-VV-: ---2.-,-V .g, VVQ - Nj V VV -f '- ,,- h. - 1
' - ,V V
-M Y :mg ' V: " V-TV,5'- VV -ws "lie: 1 ' V
"3l9Q+.2' 'iid "-Sag?" -3-4 -V V., ' -1 "Xkq?5'.'g-wf3'lggm- :V V- . V
' -' V. .
-SV'-2 5" :ff Y eg: .
- fx- 25
V 11 35-4-VV Q wa 5 'sig-535-Ps'
f.-LV -Vt--1--416 V:
V .-.yy 2 ..
f ,H , '1 V Q V
bV...V,.,,wTk . A
'-V-E+M1v.- 9, 1
- 5 Vs .
fsgV -Wgzfifg? f,f..?ff"n fW97 '-'W V. VV
-if d f' lf-
, V -M :M
.. 's-'ii H5-Q2
ggnef- .- -Vw -'g,."--g13::ff .
1: ,VE-' xi
. . -- :X
" I 1
ig .f V, - . .- -
, A , , ".S,,,..
. V. . ur ,. V f ,yzV,i-if
5 'W f ' wgf- -
f Q ,f S... -21- - , , -1 fs--VVQVU V"gf-ZW' ,ye
j -' fer-iff I -Q an-'33, -zz fiigfkfiii 1' ff "4?MRf"i2i5- 919913 1 fl
'fi ,-rffg' 55119 7
We -A, 3,31-K .1 .
-. -K ,r -
f Q ., ,gk
+V' 1 xt
,im f',1VVx .
Vp rm 5.5. H55
. , ul
-2- V -ff -V- - V --
V ,Vmf --VV, -V V
mi via, 1
-In- 145 ,
4 .1 V 4.
.V,.:V-V' Q - .- Tiff ,rx , . if
2 N' Fmfg-fV fig- VV?-A-,Q -A ff"'-F510 Ur' 715 -in
,-..a: - .rslgaq 55,5 if
' Ve 1' . Ti ..--2 -691 V-f ,. H.
,, fn... ,f-Jw? ,u2,,? . alfzitlgg A
4s 3' A ff
. V L 1, 1 Q V f
3-.V VVV V V ff V . V V ,
, V. , . V
1 -y 'l,.g Q--34f,,gg,.Vg1,-rV:-egLf'i:.5VV 'gr . ,, -f1,Q2-.,f'g-ggi' gg,-, V , 3534, 'Q-5 'Y ,- ,
fl -?:', f!1" -'ESG'-lei-'T-1. 'fefkfrf 'T "'5f"'f f lu' ,V 3' 3. YVE-. 3 " 1-" il ' A " MRT A-VV ' V ,Y '- ".' 'V'
V. Va, , -ri? 5 5- -V "VU - Ml- "MZ" wx -' ,' ' -, -V -uv-V ' Y 'v 43- 14 1
95 2' -1 7 'f ix fi-. 41 ' 2 - fig Q, - - . LQQEEV' -if f f V
' ' ' ' ' Q '1 ' ' 5 'A -' cf-'- 1 a- .,,: .
., -Vg . VV 3. ,V :VW .,,
. 54 -VF' I 1 V l +L '
M-1, V .1 , , -,..'-.,.-z,1'.,f,
,. T., iw-JV: mvgyld
141. Vz - -' , , gf L VV .1,. ,V.V f Mu-
1VV,.- V' - -4" 4 ' .. g,,,.Vu,1,g '-,
F V . THQ, 'Q' H 'W' K, is
7 -F ,1,f-521+ -V-'225L'jQ,.V iffg, V 3
V V V ff
eq.:-W ' A.,
V-SEV 'H -1351 - VV:
'- -Rf-.. ' - A 5- 1' if
gl 'xg gig:-K . Q23 X gi,
3f',v1f-12 'Wf'?z5g ,5 I
' ," x ' f an in 127 5 M f " ' Q' 7 Y x g .ff 424-ff?"
T5 V 'I Q Q5 'SKw1?5 u'c.Y 'Y' 7 9-5'
'-is 'J - ' -2 . fV1r5Jfw,'-' 1 '. " X' A-Vg 55" figglv-. 1 'Q ' A
WF A.: if-fvffki
' 4 2-FV 5.
5' -.ei '-f 3 PF
1-fm V . , ,.,: ' -v u f V -V 'f .,5. Vc. -' V-
M", xg," ,A S31 ,, '
S- f F'
y..54,. Y EE.,
.- .g5'5u pi?f5W: ,t 3 ww-,f"g 41?-EEEQS-5,3
VNVVRQS3 S K,,,5V,,3,1.2 , .:.xw ,V, V. .?, x,,,.,, .,
' 1 if
Q f Vy i aw - Y
9 we ..,-
V V .-.
V . -'3'3QmV. x - ' ., . 'L QV? 23-lg--, - is .5-:ga -Q.-, J
. V' .
,fren if 5 13. 'gf' 142.4 5 rc
-' '- .Q 4,1 'Vfj-F .V gin. V- , ' F fg1'25.f? A ' XE 'I ' V13 vi yr :?"'."' ,. .
Ve.. Q:-V . ,agp J V3
f . V f ,ca H ,X x. as Vining' if
an f 5" lg, V vii, 1, :ggi ,M -gt 2
fn f I f . ,,
b V V. 1
1- . .1.-- ' 1 .V :V V . A-1. -n 1 ' . s.. 1 .. -2. - .
qiffku fx- x, Pvgf ,SW 4 'fkfif ' 'W nf' 5. W LWQQSQ
- A5 I: .a,N.4 ...Vs an if "ri-.5
1. fiifi' 45 V
,r Jig., M, , ,F .m..,f Av, ,B
3 --fwfw -:xiii V., .Q 1,5 vga 3
.. .LW ,V,,'.-..1-.-1- -V., -4,4 ,, . vs V wg, V. aw- 4- ',.--Q.-,
-- V' :V -:JV V- 'V F'!-V'i'f'-'- -Gm. :--...' 1-2.1. if V' -4. . . 1-92-'-.
- 1 V-
1' Y .-,,r..+'.
4 ' V ..,j..FV'?fSV?m1f f-.,2g1E:.:..V1?i?fY xzgamzi,-,-v
.WW kr an .x Q. ,wi 4535 1:
WHEEL ,ATQEQWE -U 'M
1-Vf?.V r -- V.
-I ' X191
-iw-"af fy 3 , 1 ' 1
,.,,w--if-sg, f -F W, wif, :QF 4 gg Marg
ww' " ." ' Qwus
. . V V. A -'f if f" Efi, sfq."t.i4gfe',,1-sri, -f 211
, s ,iggqw 'w f - ' "- 53,11-.1-.'1,C'g ,1 '.14.g2-keg?-1 1,23
V 5-,wif ,vi - -V ui Y2:'24w5w:5m -V... ,g,
Hr,-1?f'fiN5-215--VV-,Q-'eg xiVQ-yyvwf 4- - J-J -. -gi' -QNSV--4.sf".1g,.4 :24.fEm.,,,gffw-ii 1'
'54, 'iff' ' hype -+ - - ag. -in -,- ,Sf ,if gang.,
2-z,.:'fw-. Vw '. - 5' , 1 :H-.f iii- ? 4- 21:-1' sf.
Y, ,gv .54 M. J -- -gt. ,,
-:ivV,.V,1i5P 77V I l mtg.. H,4nkVK,VffV.3 X aw'-J ,, . V, 'A tl ,gf N.:
WifiV--'2f2+f,-fif,il:.gfsVf:e3j2K -152' -ffV i:2 1igV:Vfia51V
an , .
1 u ,Vg-5 .T ,
" .. . ' 5? " V4 Q--V ':V V 11 ff- iff. QF? X .
f -54' V -, .5 . MNA ,Q Wag... gg J' -R .
V ,f f '
, 5 MV
gn ' 4.. . 13,4
nw gf' A Z-
3 , W
Q '.-HQ E
-52.3 ' -I
' ' 'Va JP
'f V: - 1 .L V -- -gl,3.,.SvfU,f -.Vghg,g.'Vi,fff fda, 4 ,L eg: -f5g'fE"A '--J- ,.-,gi .r K gVy1-'BH -Rfmi ,Q
1.rr2-IVV-vVfi-m:,-Liiikx? V f -1"fffW--- vzV2?ia3-Ev Vsfm w V 1 i'6"T1" s1'a5 f?'? . V. :Ir , A 51 -ff ' z -51'-5-,:?1ff'fV--2' , -iii
.x-11 I I - .
-' i'-"' . ,I
,,. -JJ. -- -
. - ,: l-L1
..-!, ' ' 7-fgfglzn
Ln Q 1
H H I I qu ' I
. f". f .
6.4, 59.-xr. .Tj fi I wx 4 -
in lg if ll - x' ., ' ':lA'-Ii ' lf'
g , ,, . . YI f MFE
' -H I 1, Y 'I-i A I Q ig.
- I 0 . ,
W. . M- Eg g
V, ,I -, i -,. 1-.-
.ii - NY S B l.
H., ' V F ,, 'G
3 ' tf ' D u -,. YN ' lr
1 I ,Q xv Q -A ,ff I
4 :',1:1' I
1 4 -'Y'-5 A
w ,. ,.
A fe, - - '
3 fxw -
.X X X V
THE SENIGOR CXLASS
THE ELWCXJQDID I-HGH SCXHCEQDL
Vol. XII 9 8
flf -ff !V'l
.mmu'E1mxo N. X'
. .L llw
We, the Class of 1928, do dedi-
vate this issue of the Crescent
to mu' Mothers and Fathers who
have assisted us and encouraged
us thl'0llg.fll0llf our sc-hool years.
We have strived for a purpose.
Whether We have gained that
purpose is for your to decide.
The staff has attempted to give
To you a history of the past year
in lfll-Hi. lVe hope that we have
ZN'l'01llPllSl10d This. lVe hope
that the 1928 Crescent pleases
today and tomorrow it may
serve to make dear old El-Hi
a n I
? 11 3:2319
Book IV -Activities
Book V-Aizmeeies. B i
Book VI-Jokes and Advertis-g ,
.Am-Q., ., - V :N 1 v I V.
Martha Nea Parsons
Austin Boker 'n
Willard Windle '
Mary Stine '
Junior Miller, N
- J. .H a, .
We 're loyal to you Elwood Higlr, f
We're all ,staunch andltruo, E1woodo. ,-
And we'11-back you po stand fgainst t,11Q,heqQ uoimtltqeoglainig
For we know you lpiye sand, EIwobdfIQIQQ1.- I Q- S " Eg
RAH, RAB- o 'u - v 5 7
Go smash that blockdde, Elwood'H.igh,"
crashing, ahead, fEIwoodMHigh, ' n ,,o- --
Our team is,hu:r.fa,nfg protector, .on boys, , . o .
We allssnnmoargvietbry fromiziou, High-, ' 4
,QHEE,HAW,-HAW, HZKW, -
' g y woon HIWFHCHOOIJ, RAB, 1141-I,o'RAH., of'
To Wf'd0Hi'iii2l1,'9lfh091,W0 will a1wa1s,beo.tme,, 4 ,
Upon qlxo Jhdiifgthallw our wefreo fightinififor- you, Q 1 5- -
if?3'?51m?11 93'-"Omg -?1f?1iU!0'vf V X o o
gSiI6iitfihgA demne , ,'4'V Z WG, 7"?f'fWMf" 7' AQ "
OSICY, WOW, WOW., o ' , ,. , Q .
Amid-tho 'broadgreeu fields that nourish rl
For naimrana for nourishing' weo-stindy V S - -
'Pol -51168 ive' pledgG'6i1r'hba::tsiind'hands,W " A '
To win' this victory, Elwood High. " '
, 11G77v, . KD,
222527, " Q
C 34-,..' .Yfqf-fi '
. 71" 1' f
1 5551.53 154.51
-5'f9l7'!l! 9 .
f' ' ..---
i , T l H ! 1-.1 P
-2-I Q Q1 i n -L K ya - W
No doubt you all know the meaning of the words "ever" and "increas-
ing," B-ut for your convenience I will give them. "Ever" means always,
continually, never ceasing. "Increasing" is growing. Together they have
a great significance, "always growing." Is that not a good motto for ,a
book such as this, for a school such as this?
ln the last few years, since the first edition, the Crescent has grown from
a small, thin pamphlet to the book that it is. The school has grown since
it first came into existence, in size, in importance, in enrollment, in activi-
ties and in athletic prestige.
From the time that we enter the portals of El-Hi until the time that our
diploma is handed to us on commencement we have been "ever increasing"
physically, mentally, religiously, and socially.
We, the Seniors of '28 must not let this cease to be our motto after we
leave El-Hi. lt should always be with usi. For we must remain in accord-
ance with all mankind and you all know that the people on the face of the
earth will continue to be ever increasing for the next million years as they
have been in the last million.
-ROBERT L. HCPP.
As the years come and go the Crescent must come but not go. For the
past few years the Crescent, a chronicle of the events of the year in dear
old El-Hi, has been edited and published for you. This year has passed and
the Crescent of ,28 is yours for your approval or disapproval.
With the services of The Fort Wayne Engraving Co., Krause Studio and
Gift Shoppe, the Elwood Call Leader, Commercial Service Co., of Anderson,
Indiana and the S. K. Smith Cover Co., of Chicago, Illinois, we have com-
pleted this issue of the Crescent.
We now open the pages of the Crescent of '28, If you like it tell the
world and if you don't blame the editor.
M' '41 yy Wm f KWV M
M M f if
M K QW M W if
My M My 7V 4V 1 fx V MX
M' W' ff ,, f .ff
' VWMWWAVV fu fl'
X kyffffxff' M ,,,, v
AV -I ,J'v6Nf-VX DOJ 'W
1,,f ff M J
JAJ fpft . Mx X ig-Th F!
P wg ,W e m 5'
M M V. M
JM' f 4 'W i 2'
W' H ? + uct
igF i '
' A- "Lg,: fii3f.,f,Tj1 4. 1 ,. ,.. ,V
I f' E
-2-I Q ,F , ' -L Y ' GI
lik P Q
ln every institution,
There must be those who lead,
We have them in our High School,
They are just the kind we need.
And these we call "The Faculty,"
They are good instructors too,
They help us over all thc bumps,
Whether they be great or few.
They are only older students,
-lust on a higher roundg
For they started just as we did,
They, at first, were on the ground.
llut they are our examplcs,
Sliowing' us what can be done,
Only higher on the ladder,
They have climbed it, one by one.
After many years of labor,
From the different fields they came'
To help us in our High School,
And there to gain their fame.
Each one xyith his profession,
Making possible that we,
May see our work rewarded,
As has "Our Faculty."
-i' will l ' " F
E ' l l QL gd - GI
Board of Education
Thvso throv peoplv are continually on tho lookout for things that van
hm- tlono for tho betterinent of El-Ili.
'l'hv board at the prvsent is C0l1lp0NPll of thvsv three:
Mr. Lee Landon, Secretary.
Dr. Wayne Dean, President.
Mrs. Harrold, Treasurer.
Unclonbtc-mlly the most noted of their acliivvmnonts is tho complption ot
tho nvw addition to our building. This iniprovenivnt has hovn srrvatly nomi-
vml for si, long time and sinc-0 its coniplvtion has gxrvzitly rolivva-4l tho oonffvs-
tion in thv halls of tho ontiro building. This work of tho board will hi-
grrvatly npprvcizntvcl for sonic' timv to conic.
Subjects that May be Taken in the
Elwood High School
English 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, French 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
Mathematics: Bench Work 1 and 2.
Arithmetic 1 and 2. Wood Turning 3
Algebra 1 and 2. Pattern Making 4.
Plane Gggmgtry 1 311112, Advanced Machine W0l'k 7.
Solid Geometry. Domestic Science 1 and 2.
Mechanical Drawing 1, 2, 3, 4.
Ancient, Medieval and Modern Vocational Agricultllre 1, 2, 3, 4
1 and 2. 5, 6, 7, 8,
United States 3 and 4.
1 , Extra Curricular:
liiology 1 and 2. Orchestra.
Physical Geography 1 and 2. Bible'
Chemistry 1 and 2. Football-
Physics 1 and 2. Basketball.
Elementary 1 and 2.
Caesar 3 and 4.
Cicero 5 and 6.
Vergil 7 and 8.
Subjects required for graduation are: 6 credits in History, 6 credits
in English, 2 credits in Science, and 2 credits in Mathelnaticsg ll credits
-5' mint -
Q f' , .,.:.-1-eeeee,. '
' 4 3 - Ak, 1 4 ' L i' - F 'li- l F
I- ' ' , ' H Q --E+ nl --'-17-,,
' ' v ' ' ' M?
Mr. F. D. Huff
This gentleman started us on
our high school career and has
guided us very efficently until
the end has been reached. The
student body is sure to succeed as
long as it has the leadership of
Mr. Huff. We all hope that he
may continue his good work for
the many classes that are yet to
Mr. Wm. iF. Smith
Our' superintendent. Ile is ul-
ways attenipting' to help and
please Others. It is seldom that
the student body is hono1'ed by
the presence of this grentlenizm.
but every meniber holds him with
the g'1'eatest respeet and esteem
that is possible. VVe hope that
the oncoming' classes eontinue to
do so. N0 social function of the
school is eonlplete without Mr.
'E' will l ,...,
Q . ' h F
E I WY F' I Z A--.A -g f .
A. B. Indiana U.
Teacher of Mathematics.
A. B. Michigan U.
Teacher of Latin.
jfz, fcla KK
A. B. Franklin.
Teacher of Biology.
EARL B. FORNEY
A. B Indiana U.
Teacher of Mathematics and History.
HARRY L. HOUSE
Teacher of Manual Arts.
, I 4411. VI if
, r'L26fl,!!2ft,1ff!I"V9 Q'r",
A. B. Indiana U.
Teacher of Mathematics.
x Bnssm KOONTZ
-.A. B. Indiana U.
31" Teacher of English and French.
Teacher of Physics and Mathematics.
Q I fs ,I A - -f f.
i I 2,1 , 1 ' .L - G.
MARY E. cox
A. B. Indiana U.
Teacher of History, Civics and
WM. F. KRATLI
A B. Indiana U.
A. M. Wisconsin U.
Teacher of Physics and Chemistry.
B. S. Purdue U.
Teacher ot' Domestic Sciencc.
'11 D. LINDLEY
Teacher of English.
B. S. Indaina.
Teacher of Commercial.
P. .I DAVIS
B. S. A. Purdue.
Teacher of Vocational Agriculture.
Teacher of Domestic Science.
PAUL V. CHAMPION
Indiana State Normal.
Teacher of Industrial Arts and
Qj age Seventeen
Q I 2
Q' l rn '
-6 " Tilix f?f'
,.1 - -
RALEIGH L. PHILLIPS
Teacher of Mechanical Drawing.
Director of Physical Training
A. B. Indiana.
Teacher of English.
B. Indiana U.
eacher of English.
A. B. Indiana U.
Teacher of Latin.
HARLEY L. ASHTON
A. B. Indiana U.
Teacher of History.
A. B. DePauw U
Teacher of Biology and English
J. A. NUDING
M. A. Indiana U.
Teacher of English.
MARY LOGAN RECORDS
A. B. Indiana U.
Teacher of French.
'Milli A ' -- F
I 5V , ' -L 3 ' ol T:-1 TJ
I L- -l Civ- i V .
HELEN BENEDICT' EDNA B. JACKSON
Indiana State Normal Standeford School of Music.
Applied Art School of Chicago. Indianapolis School of Music.
Indianapolis Art Institute. American Institute of Normal
Teacher of Art. Methods.
Teacher of Music.
"V Q' TITIUI x ,-, ' ' "-l'-f- f'
' 511 H A Q. " A, ,,,- 'THX 4
E I T F -un l ' ?
. , -Q-F ' '14-"5
4 f ifgwb
H ,V '1
Q11-93 Z ,
' f X
0' 4 X
f vb if ,f
. I I
,.l, fx' 9 -
,lf f::':':1' ' ,
S7 -' - R ti -'a .f 9
ff . - 3 fr 1 ,
2' 'HS ff'-' W S'S
7 I F' al UQ.
D --' 'lf ix
4, w 'W i A ig
,f ,hz 1,-l':'? Sig ,, W
?f4i'afs1ff s ' . .
.tr - v
4 lf? .
5 s aww ,.
k ' 3
,,K. Af ..x,'
: uf: 3 -.W ' J, if'
- - ,
. ar '.
.3 A . x
- - .- 4... v
H A "WW "Y .
'. , ' Vi '-
' 1 I W .r ff -' 42"
k - x
' 'Q 195- ' .1 ,
r ' 5 1
' M N nm Q2 V. , 1 .fem ,
. 1 . A
.,,, pn'-, w Q, , f.
www . rf' nf ,125 W 1 41, ig-zw
f' , -
. Q' llmll 5 ' - - -li-
I I ' u Q QA A Q 7
All gui' IS ff'
Senior Class History
Four years ago a bedraggled group of Freshmen entered Elwood High
School. They certainly furnished entertainment for the Seniors. The very
first period on-e awe-struck Freshie came into Miss Groswege's solid geom-
etry class with an overshoe sticking out of each pocket and his cap in his
hand. He managed to ask if that was the physical training class. No won-
der the Seniors laughed, but they certainly humiliated those beginners.
However, those Freshies had the one consolation that they would not always
be looked down upon as the 'tdumb-bells." The first year was the longest
but it finally passed, and they became Sophomores.
Sophomores-how soothing and inspiring to be addressed in that man-
ner. They had climbed one step in thg high school social ladder. The class
was permitted to organize and to participate in the many activities of the
The mid-year class selected Green and White as their class colors and
Lily of the Valley for their flower. 'tRowing, 11ot drifting," was the motto
they chose to guide their footsteps.
The spring class colors were Rose and Silver and their flower was
American Beauty Rose. The motto selected was "Simplicity, Sincerity and
Another year had passed, they were Juniors, upper classmen. One more
step had been climbed, the class was taking an active part in all affairs.
It furnished athletes, honor students, and contributed to casts of plays
given by the school. The main social event of the year was a Hallowe'en
party given in the gymnasium. They were all looking forward with en-
thusiasm to next Year.
Seniors-they had gained that coveted rank. How dignified to belong
to such a group. They knewe and knew that they knew. They won the
class tourney and gave the greatest of all class plays. 1
The officers for this year of years were as follows: Louise Robbins,
president, Ralph Majors, Secretary, Lawrence Alexander, treasurer.
The spring class selected these: Willard Windle, president, Charles
Snodgrass, secretary, Wilda Striker, treasurer.
Of course, receptions and senior week are the happiest times of a Sen-
ior's life. The mid-year class reception was given in tea-room style, a very
excellent farewell was given by this talented group to the outgoing class.
The spring class at its reception carried us back to spain, where the
beautiful Senoritas, and Senors were seen in an old Spanish Garden. Who
could be happier? Now they have attained their goal. Their school days
are pastg they have come. into their own. No longer will the steps they
take be guided by the helping hand of some faculty member. They must
shift for themselves. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, "Lives of
great men a.ll remind us, we can make our lives sublime, and in parting
leave behind us footprints on the sands of time." If all have not left their
footprints upon the sands of time, they have surely left them upon the steps
of dear old El-Hi.
' Page Twenty-three
Seniors of '28
Oh Senior Class, like a galley ship of old
Hast come the day
To set thy sails and put out upon the sea,
Thou canst not stay.
HUOIIIQ7, Destiny beckons, "Come sailors bold
And win thy laurelsfl
Skilled were the builders i11 Arts and Charact'ry
Learned and Moral.
Instilled in the heart ideals noble and true,
From folly retire.
Deliberate and haste not to accomplish
Every desire, '
For in thy unmounted haste thou might undo
This priceless gift.
Guard well thc gem that it does not diminish
But serve to lift.
Blow gentle zephyrs, let thy hand guide on
This unskilled crew -'
Far from the Styyian watefs of Despair,
And safely through t
The overwhelming waves of -Disillusion
Which dispel trust,
Past flippant Pleasure's jagged coast bleak and bare,
We you intrust. 'V
Dawn is breaking in the East, expectantly,
With repressed fear,
Prepared to quit the sacred port, they go now
Leaving friends dear.
May the banner red and blue floating freely,
In them impress
Service, Sineerity, Simplicity, at its prow
Lead to success.
fl . -,
i "QSM W ggi? X28 F'
-V' mall n A I
1 ' .. , r'
a i f . 1: fe
1 LL - , :T:'f1+
av A7 f . .-P i s V.
"Minding my business I am busy
all day long."
"Always ready' to help."
"Tho world is sweeter for her being
"Life is too short to worry."
Track '25, '26, '27-
"Success comes to the one who works
"When duty and pleasure clash let
duty go to smash."
"She was of the quiet sort that never
"J ay bird"
"His manners were gentle, comply-
ing and bland."
-1' mmm: n A,,,. L
fn . . ,J-.i,?i
,qi 'Q i f ' F
E l 'F W VZ A-4 ,. T Z nl -T-.f
"Tho men are strong,
Where is Maid so fair?"
"The task is always light
lf the heart is right."
"Lips where laughter lingers sing
the sweetest song."
Basketball '25, '26, '27,
"Oh, Sleep! It is a genill thing,
Beloved from pole to pole."
"ls there a heart that music cannot
t'She holds all the world in her two
"Excellent grades have always been
"He always knowsg and furthermore
he knows he knows."
-1' tmull n td...
Q F , ll ' f.
. ' Lg: e X , - - - - -'ll
E I 'F .Y V: A,-.AL Y .-2 'ul -1-ei.
"As a wit. if not first, in the very
"This above all, to thine own self
"ls sho not passing fair?"
"And a merry old Sole was he!"
"A happy' youth of joy and tliouglitsf'
"Her many talents well employed."
"Greater men than I have lived but
I didn't know them "
"whosoever loveth a pleasant smile:
let him look this way."
r-X --,-Tr.-T F
"A gentleman, ft Sportsman and a
"A morsel of pep, personality and
"As merry as the day is long."
"When God sends rain
Why rains my choice!"
MARTHA NELL PARSONS
"'Tis good to be merry and wise"
"The grass stoops not, she treads
on it so lightf'
"Still waters run deep."
MARY ALICE LAMM
"Among the first if there's work to
do, and ready to share in pleasure
We W-1-ww W--' ' ' '
Q. ml . ,,,' ,- f
l vs-.Q -- . '14-3,5 ,
"Like another Helen from another ' ,
Track '26, '27, '28.
Basketball '27, '28.
"A likable chap is he."
"No matter if be is slow. ho has
common sense in a way that is un-
LE ELLA 'FUCKER
"Ile good sweet maid and let who
will be clever."
Art Appreciation Club.
"The world belongs to the enor-
"If you must argue go your own
way---I'm in the riht, tl1at's all l
Football '26, '27,
"A man among men."
Music Club. K
Orchestra. ! , L, I .
"Fly pleasure and I will follow tl1ee'.' ,
1 , --X
f' -FM -.-W - 1
-1' ,,, : .. We is f
'IQ 'W 1 J L 1 -. - mx
ff rn A.. . , ,: U
- V. W. Q-v 4 w if .hfv e 5 ,
"Loyal, Capable and Lovablef'
"He was ever precise in promise
"Here, girls, is something new in
"Few but powerful words sho spoke."
"Drink to ine only with thine eyes."
LEO DAUENHAU ER
"And one small head carried all he
Basketball '26, '27, '2S.
Track '27. '28.
"There is no art Li find the 1nind's
construction on the facef
"Sweet and winsome, Peg of our
"!lv's mild yot ho satisfies-llelel1."
"She is more fun than you
MARf'l'lLI.A HAM M
"Sho cvrtaiuly has tale-nts."
Football '26, '27,
"And gladly would lui learn,
And gladly would ho leach."
"Ho possvssos D9t'l1ll2ll' talent of get-
ting re-sults in whatever he does."
"Her voice is soft and f3j9llfl9,ill1 ex-
celle-nt thing ill a woman."
"Rv good and you'l1 be happy, but
you'll miss a lot of fun."
Basketball '26, '27, '28,
Track '26, '27, '28,
'-FQ, rn L " '
. - r.Y A-:mi lk 5' I 1--1 f'
- un E " - 445 GI? '-5,-To
El , ,- A . u ,
' HAZEL SEARCY
A Dramatic Club.
"She's usually rather meek."
I gence and skill."
"He is climbing up where the chosen
"She that hath made you fair hath
made you good."
"Would that we all had as pleasant
"Don't worry about me I'm having
a good time."
, LEE SEWARD
1 "As merry as the day is long "
"Few things are impossible to dili-
"Slow but steady will win the race."
EI 'F n ' fn
"She's a wee bonnie lassie cute
peppy' and classy."
Basketball '25, '26, '27, '28,
"Small feet never support great char-
Track '28, '28.
"No legacy is so rich as honesty."
Art Appreciation Club.
"It's nice to be natural when you're
HA RRIETT G AVIN
"Virtue is like a jewel, best when
"I have often regretted my speech,
but never my silence."
Basketball '25, '27,
"The good die young. How'd I ever
live so long."
"Who does not yield to her winning
lla gc Thirty-three
g A' L MIX
r - .
Q' Wluil' 5 ... . r . tl? '-
Q1 , FF lg f ' - , . f?-'
, - ' bfi
. 1 Q . I
"You can't judge everything
"Not that she loved books less, but
that she loved play more."
"And tho' her words were few, she
thinks no less than me or you."
Wrestling '25, '26, '27,
Football '25, '26, '27,
"Strong, manly, true."
"A silent and a mighty man
"Oh, why should life all labor be?"
"Only a friendly heart like her's
could have as many friends."
"Full wise is he who can himself
t: ' f
-1' Mlllllls L '
as I Q F my l l QL A i I-I 1 , 'AH K
, ,... L
"He looks before he leaps, and thinks
before he speaks."
"Virtue has it's own reward."
Art Appreciation Club.
"Courteous though coy, ge11t1e and
"Always there to do her share."
"To sorrow I bid good-morrow."
"With the quiet reserve of a lady."
"A man I am, crossed with adver-
"WiseIy worldly, but not worldly
g fl gvlil, f'
1 " -mi '-Q..--53"
Football '25, '26.
"Nowhere a busier man than he."
"She may be quiet, but she knows
how to get things done."
JOHN 'KLUM PP
"Whenever I show off I'm happy."
"A clever energetic girl, who loves to
keep t-hings in a whirl."
"Laugh and the world laughs with
"She works for what she gets and
gets what she works for."
"He always does his duty nb matter
what the task."
Art Appreciation Club.
"Simplicity is a jewel rarely found."
--it M-I-. .-.f , ...gl ...fp .-7,55 ,-
REQ 9 'Z
"All that glitters is not gold, but at
diamond is a diamond."
"He is at no end of actions
A nnual Staff.
Wrestling '24, '25, '26.
"How I do love thee, let me count
"A girl of brilliant mind, modest, gen-
tle and refined."
"Merrily, merrily shall I live--no
"lf she undervalues mc, wha
I how fair she be." '
"Mlrth is a tonic for all ills."
"Modest and Trim "
"i-QR F A -...i r'
ni I H, ff: F 1- ,c'Q9S'?hS
41' -IVQL -15+
in 'HQH , V
AMN, Av ' '
if . ,
f uxw .
59. 1 Q
f' x J
, , 4
5 ,' ,
2 f' w -R, n
. ' v. ,A ,vii
' "f . . wi? ' .
e L wx J .,..
L -..' M 1 R121 4' lgdu
-W .4 .pr v .asian 1'-r "
'Q i f Q IS
Q u V E f, l' ,
E -J Y -1 A Y V J. ,, H V
if 2 '
.,...... - ,. KM .A - -. N - .-
P5139 Fort y
El - ..-ALM - -WX
5 2 F
- JL-'-'7L ,,,,
-R+. --L ,..'- Y
l11 N123 ilu- 1111-111111-1's ol' lllis ll0ll0l'2llll1' 1-lass pzlssm-ll llll'Ull.LIll tlu- p111'tz1ls
4' u '
ol l.lwoml lli,,'l1 N-lmol into Wll2ll sm-1-1111-ml To lllI'lll flu- 111:11-l1i11v nl' l111m1'l1-xlgrf-.
ll11-Vmlv'-imlc-ll l'1 IIS" ll11-51' l2lll'l'lN .-x 1 1ll ' ' '
K , 1 .. . , us lllllll' l111owl1-1lgg'1- 111 XX'l'l'lilllyf ilu-
1 lul 11 ilu g'.1..1 111.1cl1111c- .1111l tw 11V1'l'1'f?l1l1' :mv olr'1e11'l1- 1l1'11 1-1"-'l11 lr- i'1
11 1 1 -, 1 1
. xhlj .
,. ,. ,. ..
'NN tl1 1:11:: l 1:1- 2-IlZl'1l lll4'.Y l:1-:-:11r11- fl11l7llUl1lf'l'4'N illlll llflllllll il1:11 ilu-5' wr-rv
.1l1'1-1-1 l"l'1' 1':'1'1'1l' ll1' ' " ' 'l l ' ' '
. ., A . l.l.w1'lXl'?i. ll11-ix' msn ll1llllfl lllllt' in l1l'2l1'lli'1' l1'1::l11'll1:1El
1 rl v.'1.11 tl11- 1'l.1fs l0i1ll!2llll4'lll ul "W
.Xa ilu-'V g'1'1'w wixa-1' lllc-5' lH'l'2llllll -l1111i111's, 1'll1l0Slllg' Miss Slll'l'Kl als l'll'l1'
pllot. 'l'l1c-5' Ula-111-gl l:1w1'1-11:-1- Smith. l'l2lSN Ill'1lSltll'lll1 Orvillc- A1'1:1r:l1'o11u':::1
1--1111-s11!1-111, ilfkll l'1'11111-1-:Q llla-1111. sm-1-11-le11'y.
'l'l1c- 1-:flora 1-l1c1f41-21 l'17l' tl11- 1-lzlfes wa-10 lilzu-li aml Gold. 'lllllx l'l11ss l'll0XV1'l'
x - -
1 .x ilu- Ima:-. H1-1111, "Wl11-1'1- llll'l'l' is il will H11-1-0 is il way."
'l'l11- 11111l-.11-111' Cliliki 1-l1r1:a1- ma 11:4 12fl'll'1'l'N. lln-lm-11 Powvll, l1I't'lillll'lllI Maxlvln-
l'.11l1l1r1-li, Yl4'l'-Ill'l'?9lllKllll, :xml fllillllll' li111'l1111z111, N0l'l'l'liIl'.Y. llrsl lh-1-01':ls 1-1114
1l11--11-11 In lu- flu- 2Qp0l!SK1l'. 'l'l11- 1-ulzxrx ul' ilu- g'1'o11p w1-1'1- fll'l'1'll illltl 011-l1i1l.
l'll11W1'l', l,llilf.'. f-lf-ilu, "l'111llll1'j'0lll' own 1-211101-."
This 1-lam: 1S1'1'2l1ly to gum- 1111- lust llll'll to 1111- great 111ucl1i11c 11'l11-1-1.
Watch T111-111 111 '29,
F Iv -. lill
- rx.. ' -A V 'Z-sri. .A., 5
Page Forty-two U
, . 4 ,,,.v Z, A I I .F ,
.....,,k.. , .. A ,-
-,1 v-1 - ,N K ,ig .-,
-'-. -A , , ., '.1
..-. - Ma- Y , qs, .V , , . V, ,, .
gp fy. Q. ., ,, A , ,, 1' A--V 5 A Y ww P-,V w..,. ve,-, X 4-z -, . -, , . , . -, ,. Y.
v 3- '- '.,':NK-- -J T V. 4 1 1 , , ,A . h i-3. 5. 2, c.,q. ,MA.A rpg,-N 5 1 -,, F ,Q ,H 'fy f f ig..
.. , b . f .- 1 M, A . . K. .Jn ' 1 L Q44 , K A
S- ' ' .- -' . ' 5 G' 1 ,, 5-
g y -Y K
s, X A ' v H
1"L.l A ws, , M-r , . - I 1 ' fm Q - ,,-.,,
,' I' I
-x O ,
X ' , M
A ,, 9
Sari- 'L . 74 1 if
75 it E135-av
.L I S
K' ' H ,,.A,.,,..
-f Q M-1 - , f
gl I H. - Z 4-5 , 4 . ru Tgf
,, ,.X. ft
all rn ' ' fm?
- , Q-Q Mfg..
ln the yeur ol' '26 an industrious group of students entered El-lli.
They worked lmrd lwut said nothing' their first year. Then 0211110 their year
oi' importunee, in one breath they venue to the topfull enthused in the
zietixgities of the sehool. 'l'hey did not surprise us,- because we knew that
there was ability behind their quietness. More members of this class have
hand their nunie on the honor roll than any other class.
The spring seetion eleeted the following' officers: Miriam Hawkins,
president: lloruee Mays, viee-presidentg Robert Griffon, seerefaryg Lucille
The eolors seleeted ure ll-ose and Silver, the flower is Sweet Pea, and
the eluss motto is "Rowing not driftingf' and this group of illustrious stu-
dents eertuinlv live um to it to the hiwhest dewree of erfection.
. l is rw
The mid-year elzxss selected the following' people to lead their class in
their first semester of their career: Mary Margaret Barnes, presidentg
Madeline Goodwin, vice-presidentg Zelma Ballard, secretaryg Paul Humpke,
They chose Purple und Gold to be their colors, and the Pansy to be
their eluss flower. i
VVe are all proud ol' this Sophomore class and are delighted with the co-
operation they offer to anything pertaining to the betterment of the school.
WVe wish to extend our best wishes to them. May each one of them prosper
now and forever.
2-lg Wu. rn --I 'L "E 'X
, . n 2 i- ?HA ' F
' V-Y if sl . - .4 ' fi Y
, 9, - -
-VQ get H A 2
El ' A... 'U' V TJ
.. 'ZF A
The class of '31 arrived in the High School in the year 1927 to work
for an education, and to fight for the Red and Blue, to keep the high stand-
ard it has had in previous years, if not to better it.
They have many advantages over the Seniors who are leaving dear old
El-Hi, although they probably don't realize it. We all know they envy the
Seniors. Freshmen always wish that they were the ones to graduate, but
when they are Seniors the desire leaves them and they long to start over
as they once did.
We will have to admit that they are a more ambitious, inore promising,
and more studious group than are the Seniors, but they will get over all
that as they grow older and learn the pleasures of life.
This group of Freshmen is the largest class in the entire school.
Donlt you ery,
You'll be a Senior
By and by.
n-,..K,, v . ..-V-, .W T,w-,--,-,v
'i-- l, 1.-A
l i k V, ' Hu w-ii? F
pvwvvf - f- , , f
3 if 'HY' ff
V YSJXCJQ 1
Nmotbfif ggi .
r ' 2' ' " 'K "uf - " fff
"V QQ?-'D 'yxiskxiglhfyc I5 f
fi? l'?2'6-"SZ ...bl ff f
Q v' culgfl.,-Q E63 x -aye rf
ffl! P fxfvi' C
4 ' 52 'i
fiff f x l? -A
XZ i.6A?5Ti 'T'f ,, 7 -1
if lllnyf g
1 ' -' ff' 5
.1 -I l Wi' 'V 2
"'l- Q, will L A-,il ,C-2 .1-TZL14
' x no L Y .,, ' SIX ""'?
Q' I - I n.. p I 7
, , 1 - i .-
7-School starts with a bang as usual. About a dozen Freshmen are seen go-
ing around pressing the light buttons and then waiting for the elevators
9--Some of the freshness is worn off by now.
10---First football game of the season with Kokomo. Tough luck, team.
15--"Henry Nauman, Hubert Jenkins and Charles High may please leave
the room."-Miss Spencer.
20----Why didn't you bring Jimmy back with you, Wilmer?
21-Clubs met for first time today. Aren't a lot of folks Dramatic?
23--Victory for us! Outplayed Tech. of Indianapolis 20-13.
28-Classes organized during short period today.
3-Crescent Staff announced. Aren't some people lucky?
4--Your turn to keep watch today, Ebe, and let Hubert' sleep.
8--Elwood 20, Marion 13. Why was Mary Stine so glad we won?
14-Mrs. Records just made her usual morning rounds in the assembly wak-
ing the sleepers to inform them it was nearly time for the bell.
19--More excitement! Cards out today.
28-Dr. Melqain of DePauw University gave his final address to the student
5-Margaret and Billy have decided to quit again, but I suppose it will blow
10--Bob Hurd had a date with Eva Magers last night!
11--First basketball game. Beat Atlanta 35-13. Good start!
12--Muncie 31, Elwood 0. Goodbye Conference.
28--Mary Boston and Dorothy McKenzie spent conference again today in
Mr. Lindleys room, sitting there like little dolls.
29-Annual pledge drive starts.
Z9---Mr. Forney doesn't seem to advertise his chewing gum. He hasn't chew-
ed o11ce since he bought the Wrigley Building. ' ,
29-Characters for Senior Class Play announced.
30---Why Robert Glover that is simply preposterous!
fs" i.t- gi X 'l-:"-Tf'
1- Thursday morning followed Weclnesday' night as usual.
2-Papers say 23 days till Christmas. Do your shopping now.
7-Class play progressing nicely.
9-Not much change in temperature today.
15-Class play given and from all reports was a huge success.
16fElwood 43-Shortridge 11.
20-Reception committees working hard.
23-School is dismissed for Christmas vacation.
2--School takes up again and how about those New Year's resolutions?
9-Mr. Smith, Mr. House. Margaret Ellerman, Mary Fogerty and Bob Hopp
went to Anderson right after sehool today for favors for the reception.
What did they bring back?
13-Senior reception given in the High School Gym. A wonderful success.
Decorations were in Spanish.
14--The day after. Ask Mr. George Smith who cleaned up the gym. Whc1'c
were the little Senors and Senoritas?
16-Bud CShow-off? Klumpp started in school again today. Noticed a few
more strange faces in the hall.
18--Earl Bertram won't look at the girls any more. Mr. Forney says Earl
becomes so flustrated when they speak to him.
19-Junior Miller really got some jokes from the joke box today.
25-Annual Pledge starts again. Ask Worth Dellinger how business was?
10-Butler University Band visited us today and certainly met with the ap-
proval of everyone present. How many girls are going to Butler?
17-Elwood 53-Tipton 17. The E. H. S. band stepped out in their new
uniforms this evening. Snappy, Wliat?
22-Bob Hopp is appointed chief detective in the search for the person who
lost the notebook in Mr. Lindley 's room.
23-The search is nearing the end.
27-Bill Baxter failed in a Chemistry test today, but it wasn't his fault. He
studied all the hard parts and only the easy ones appeared on the test.
28-Bob Carter gave his cat- to Aubrey Hinds.
29-Clubs met today.
2-Ten minutes yell practice, for the tournament.
5-Elwood got to the finals at Anderson but were defeated by Anderson.
We certainly like the Butler Field House.
7-Ask Mr. Lindley what he did with his tray in Johnson 's restaurant in
-1' 'ilflkllli L r V- ----
we 1... L. ..-,ii A... - f -
s-Q l VY - ' '
10--Mr. George Smith gave the following assignment for Physics. "Com-
plete the chapter, but take no exercises."
15-Anyone interested in knowing a good way to keep an English notebook
please ask Miles Winings.
20-It is rumored that Ardena Cramer will take a post graduate course next
year. And Why?
23-Wilmer Morris's Ford suffered slight damage this noon. Reports are
that it will recuperate.
24-Just another beautiful spring day. Everyone's getting spring fever.
27-Mr. Huff Qin Auditorium to Mr Phillipsj "You might try getting a new
30-Oh, this wonderful spring weather.
3-Ask Sam Gardner why he was all excited this morning. Do all blondes
affect him that way? '
13-Fighting is pretty good exercise-isn't it Miles?
14-Miss Thurston about lost her best customers. Mary Stine and Mar-
garet Ellerman were in an automobile wreck.
17-"April showers bring May Flowers." We should have plenty of flowers.
18--Miss Jackson is in Chicago this week for a music supervisors' confer-
ence. 'tWhex1 the catis away the mice will play."
19-Dramatic club play Hit Pays to Advertise" given. Sure was a success.
24-Seniors ordered their announcements today-Won't be long now.
26--So many absent today. Spring fever must have taken effect.
27-Practice for operetta coming along fine.
28--Second anniversary of Bob Carteris camel ride.
1-The merry month of May is here-it may be fatal to some.
3-Wonder who Henry Hackett was waiting to see last night.
4-Today was absolutely eventless.
5-Garland Moody certainly likes the steps of the library. Or is it some-
8-Operetta 'tLelawala," given this evening. Very good.
11-315 'is have a class party this, evening.
16-It won't be long now, Seniors. School days are almost over.
17--Crescents out. Not bad.
18-Senior rece-ption given in gym. Farewell to 4A's.
22-Commencement. Aren't those caps and gowns adorable.
Z3-Halls seem rather empty with the honorable Seniors absent.
24-Too bad that some of the Seniors like school so well that' they had to
come back this we-ek.
25-Well it's all over with Seniors. School 'is dismissed. Seniors sad-
others glad, but that's that.
While resting one day I had a vision of very strange things. I thought
I saw a man a.nd several boys standing by 3 house called Home. The
man whose name was Proud Coach was speaking to the boys whom he
called Team. ,
,He said to them, "Boys, go forth upon this Pathway of High School
Basketball, which leads to the tributes of the State Tournament. The win-
ning team of the state will be given valuable medals as symbols of their
superiority in playing. If you follow my instructions and train, I think
each of you will get a medal. If you fail to bring hotme the medals, you
will never have the opportunity to trod the Pathway again, because you are
all Seniors. Take this Score Card and return it to me at the end of thc
Tournament with the least number of marks against you."
The Team started out with courageous hearts, and each boy had the
intention of pursuing the Pathway to the end. Things went along quite
well until one day while on their way to a visiting city to play, they came
upon a muddy stream. The stream had nothing but a long shaky bridge
over it. This bridge was called the Sectional Bridge. A
While trying to decide what to do, they met an old man whose name
was Unfair Play. He said, "Where are you going, boys?"
Captain answered, "We are on our way to get the valuable medal
fobs." Then they asked the man, "ls the bridge entirely safe?"
Unfair Play replied, "No, this bridge is no-t safe to pass over, and even
if you succeeded in crossing, it would only lead you into the difficulties
beyond. You would probably become lost. I can show you the Short Road
to Success where you will receive many medals."
Some of the boys were ready to follow the advice of Unfair Play, but
the Captain, who was their leader, persuaded them to proceed on the jour-
ney as instructed.
They crossed Sectional Bridge safely and soon found themselves at the
foot of a high hill called Regional Hill. They started up the hill laying
aside crooked, cheat and bluff. The hill was very steep and they had much
difficulty ,in climbing it. When they reached the top of the hill their Score
Card still looked favorable.
They proceeded on their journey and -soon came to a slough called the
Slough of State. The first that they saw after entering the slough was
Unfair Play again. They turned him aside as if they hadn't noticed him.
tContinued on Page 1101
,IQ R 13
.-..,.. ' is f 'Z-llfuw
Senior Class Will
We, the Class! of '28 of the Elwood High Scihool, residing in the city of
Elwood, County of Madison, and the State of Indiana, being absolutely
sane do hereby declare this our last will and testament:
We do will and bequeath:
I. To the coming Senior class our dignity, brilliancy and high ambitions.
II. To our Estcemed Principal, Mr. Huff, our appreciation and thanks
for his patience and willing efforts in guiding us through our years in El-Hi.
III. As friends and classmates:
To Mary Boston, Wilda Striker 's curly red hair.
To Mary Belle Moschell, IIarriet Gavin's retiring disposition.
To Charles Mills, Charles Snodgrassis ability to act.
To Thelma Reichart, Mary Liarimores shyness.
To Chauncy Frazier, Martha Nell Parsons brilliancy in Latin.
To Anne Lois Hiatt, just four inches of Mary Alice Lamm's height.
To Jack Campbell. Henry Nauman's wit.
To Eva Magers, Margaret Crouse is way of putting on lipstick.
To Lawrence Smith, Earl l3ertra1n's shyness of girls.
To Frances Glenn, Elizabeth Iiittle's way of arguing in class.
To Ruth Iiarimer, her sister Jewel's cleverness.
To Helen Powell, Virginia McDermitt's sweet disposition.
To Helen Higbee, Edna Darrow's idea of a good looking date.
To Minerva Jane Evans, Louise Kennedy's mareel.
To Clyde Norberry, Ray I'3risco'sl musical ability.
' To Kenneth Sprong, Jerome Hickner's easy going ways.
To Mary Belle Evans. Helen Griffin's beautiful blonde hair.
. To Herbert Smith, Miles Wining's method of getting a date.
To Charles Cooper. Rob Glover's popularity with the girls.
To Helen Miller, Margaret Ellerman's wisdom in French.
To Crystal Elmore, Katherine Wilson's ability to sing.
To Durmond Wann, Bud Klumpp's sliowoff ways.
To Isabelle Iiewis. Ardena Cramer's clamness.
To Earl Stickler, Ernie Gardner's idea of blondes.
To William Baxter, Austin R-obertson's curly locks.
To George Wershing, Bob Carter's cleverness with a basket ball and
the girls in Alex.
To Virginia Clymer. Mary Fogarty's: dramatic ability.
To Harry Seward, Harold Kratli's quietness.
In witness whereof, we, the Class of 1928, have set 'our hand and seal
in the year of Our Lord one thousand, nine hundred and twenty-eight.
W'itnesses-Catherine McDonald, Genevieve Keller.
-' ' ffiiifff ' .
-,- pa. P .-'f
"It seems so long since I was in Elwood High School. I wonder what
our old classmates have been doing all these years?"
HI,I11 awfully glad you nientioined that. It was only yesterday that I
received a book from there, giving the names of all the alumni and what
they are now doing." L Q
"Oh how thrilling! Please get it and let's see what the members of
the class of 1928 are doing."
"Here it is and here is the class of '28 That dear old class. 1,111 glad
you and I have been successful since we left high school."
"Yes, we have, but look at the others, they too, have been successful."
Margaret Ellerman, teaching French in a Chateau boarding school near
Lawrence Alexander, owner of the Alexander Jewelry Co.
Irma Warcl travelling with the John Rogers Co., producing plays.
"Say it with Flowers," Wilniei' Morris, proprietor of liettei-mann's
Flower Store in Indianapolis.
Ardena Cramer, missionary in China.
Miles WllllIlQS employed by Redpath Chautauqua as a noted lecturer
Katherine McDonald now famous for her "Permanents.',
Katherine Wilsoii private secretary to -I. P. Morgan Jr.
Robert Hopp, is now owner and editor of Chicago Tribune.
Mary Stine journalist for Atlantic Monthly.
Robert Theanders owner ot' a large clothing store in Marion, Ind,
Martha Nell Parsons, doctor at Mayo's.
Willarfl Wiiiclle, trainer for Butler College.
Worth Dellinger, president of Indiana Engraving Co.
Earl Bertram, druggist in Columbus, Ohio.
Genevieve Keller, teaching in a high school in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dallas VVaymire, undertaker in Louisville, Kentucky.
Frances lVIcCreary, pianist of New York Symphony Orchestra.
Harold Kratli, professor of Physics in Purdue university.
Edna Darrow, leading lady of George White's Scandals ot' 1935.
Austin Robertson, now the proud owner of the Sing Lee laundry.
Elbert Boyer, superintendent of the Technical High School at Ind.
Mary Bebee, an artist now studying abroad.
Margaret Crouse, now traveling for the Elizabeth Arden Beauty Co.
Bernard Schuckf, short story writer for the Colliers magazine.
Bud Klumpp, now playing the saxaphone in Paul Whitcmai1's orchestra
tContinued on Page 1075
.Q- F ' l
ir"F:' L k ---7-f'i?2s"
A JCLLY BUNCH
To say we are a jolly bunch
Is but to say it lightg
For Hi-School sure is just the thing
From morning until night.
Of course we have our ups and downs
And ins and outs and sog
Some-tiines, before itfs one o'clook
Right up tho stairs we go.
'Tis something that we should not do,
For 'tis against the rule.
And Mr. Huff forbids itg
'Tis the ruling of the school.
But e're we'vo landed at the top,
We hear his voice so clear.
4'You know it isn't one o'clock,
Your place is right down here."
vi I I
Av 1" f
ff, fx '-
f f p Z ' Il
f 1 ,
f 9 I '
. G X
f f r '
f -+I f ,
, ,A " 'I I Y- ' I ,
M ' lk? q .. "L .
L ,H , ,f QQ - 44.4 , if -
1' I f f ,
X , 'Q kt O
Q ' f '31 T02 ff,
f , 332,-23: 114 I
lr K .- ,bam xx- H5 QW
fd b i M 'c- N 4: if
f 44' I 'lf , ,, ' A
, ,fr ' ' 2-. H ,
2- , u'
, 3 N f
f 1, W ' Qim 5'4'f"l M, W
' FW -1- 1 1- - 1118 "-"d- 1'
Q' I r 7
And now cronies the best part of our school life-the activities. lt is
hard to iniagrinc how d11ll our high school life would be if the activities
were denied us. It is the activities that puts the spice into o11r high school
days and SPHSOIIS tl1e school routine which otherwise seems flavorless.
Interest i11 extra. curricular activities has grown with the passing of the
years. These extra subjects have come to be considered so important that
last year, 1ne1r1bership i11 at least 0119 of the clubs-iwas compulsory. It
seems that tl1e different activities of the school stimulates interest in the
high school life ofthe student so tl1at school ceases to be a drudge and be-
comes rather more of a pleasure.
This year we had several new clubs. Here are the extra curricular sub-
jects offered by EI-Hi this year. .
muzlf n ,-
I 'I me X Qing - G1 -.gg-Q
. , Q- '-W .
Zig ,.-N -- 442: mx 222
, 'mx :X-
. , A
Q, mt ?
1- wg 'A ---A ef
.ll :Y ' A9 sltk -tl? il A
. l ' ' or
T E STAFF
This group of students has ,willingly eo-operated with nie in everv wav
possible to give you this issue of the Crescent. We have all strived together
to make this one better than ally before. This staff, as all others, has not
been perfect, but they all had the grit and determination that is eharaeter-
istie of El-Hi. Their talents has been the greatest factor in editing and pub-
lishing this Crescent. This year has undoubtedly been the busiest of all
years for every member of the staff, with all the thousand and one odd jobs
t l . ' ' ' ' ' '
o to We all hope, that the tfreseent pleases you as mueh as our particular
task has pleased us.
WORTH DELLINGER ROBERT HOPP AUSTIN ROBERTSON
Business Manager Editor-in-Chief Assistant
DALLAS WAYBIIRE MARTHA NELL PARSONS
Assistant Editor .Associate Editor.
MARY FOGERTY BERNARD SCHUCK MARY STINE
Literary Editor Assistant Athletic Editor
BONNIE HARRELL JUNIOR MILLER
Assistant Joke Editor
ROBERT CARTER BEATRICE RISER MIRIAM HAWKINS
Art Editor Assistant Sophomore Editor
DONNA YORK MARY BOSTON
Assistant Junior Editor
sf---...,,,, Q- --,Y ,.v-.-P.,-,,.v ..,. ..,.,.,, .,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,. i.
Q, mimi n ,-e' .. -'T-.4 f
a 1 4 .. if -', i - - 1 ' e' 'LET'
- v.,,, p-A n ' ,g,,....,
The band has grown rapidly this year, as it has in the past few years.
The membership now far surpasses that of any other previous record. Wl19ll
this organization renders a few selections it makes everyone listening have
a feeling of pride upon the realization that such a band is part of our high
school and that every member is a student in our schools.
The bright new uniforms recently purchased, made the parades and con-
certs of the greatest of splendor. The band is undoubtedly one of the best
and most loyal supporters of our athletic teams. When there is an inter-
school contest underway, the hand is there on the sidelines, a promoter of
pep and enthusiasm. lt helps to instill in the players the fight that is nec-
essary to win a contest of any kind.
Much of the credit for this magnificent organization should go to Mr.
Robert liirt, the always smiling handmaster, along' with Miss Jackson, music
supervisor in the public schools. Mr. Birt not only directs the band but sees
to it that there are new members ready to fill thc places of those who grad-
uate. Such a band as this is a great asset to any school and city.
Q f- , fl?
Lf - 5' -l5, fi
an if . w w - -:T
Tl-llE Hl-SCHOUL BAND
11011-'s our Ili-school band
We present to yong
With their nniforins,
Of rvcl and blnv.
'l'h0y put tho "pop"
In vvvry grziim-g
N0 lllillltll' XVll0l'0,
'l'lwy'I'v just thv snnnn
'I'h0y'V0 been with ns
Tll1'0llQ'll thick and thing
'l'liey'v0 livlpvcl ns ont,
And will again.
W9'1'Q proud of them
The reason whyq
'l'lwy'ro all trnv blnv,
To Elwood Ili.
ml SONNIE IIARRELL.
F ...JJW f T F
f ' 'Ti
'X f-22 Q
The "A" Crchestra
The "B" Orchestra
.mm - ri 4 " i' f,
. , an " ",-'llf-...'i'
a 1 4 . a ' -'A - - - G' 1:
. ,-N-Q -hw -
This year as last the orchestra was divided into two divisions, t11e "A"
orellestra and the "li" orchestra. The "A" orchestra was made 1117 of t11ose
players of IIl0St experience and musical ability. Tl1e "li" orchestra, while
it had several rr1e111be1's wl1o were of two or t11ree years experience, was for
the l1l0St part made up of lJ0g1'lllll0l'S i11 the musical field.
The orchestra llElS grown wonderfully i11 the last few years. This
growth was 11110 lllCSflj' to t11e u11ti1'i11g efforts of their director, Miss Edna
Jaelxson, supervisor of music. lllll'lll,LL' the time s11e l1as 119911 i11 Elwood s11e
has D111 forth every effort i11 Il0l'Slli1illllQ2,' possible lllllSlCl2lllS to enter t11at field.
T11e "A" orchestra appeared l10li0l'P t11e public several ti111es tl1is year
2-lllkl each ti111e XVOII t11e warmest praise from its hearers. Several of t11e
llll'lllb01'S of this 0l'CllPStI'El are g'raduati11g' this year. T11e vaeaucy left by
their leaving' will necessitate t11e 2ltlVill1C6ll10llt of 1l19Illb9l'S of the "li"
The "li" orchestra, w11ile it never appeared i11 public, practiced faith-
fully. lt is very evident t11at there will be a very large HAH orchestra next
The orchestra l1as 110119 its part very well and El-Hi is proud that it
has such an organization.
fg 2 -,-f
FI r ' JW 1-97
w-,N-- 1---Y ,'.,,1.
MP 9 M ll-ll W
eg 0 ty heart
This year the Senior elass play was the bigrgest success ever, the crowd
in attendance was ininiensely interested ancl were taken off their feet from
the very beginning' by the excellency of the acting' of the eharacters.
The play was clireetecl by Mr. T. lk. Lindley, head of the English cle-
partnient and to hini goes nineh of the erellit for such an 0VPIllllg1"S enter-
tainments it was.
The cast wa
Peg 0't'onnel -
s as follows:
- Charles Snodgzrass
Mrs. llhicester .......................................
Alariu Uhicester .............. . ........... .............. Robert Glover
Mr. Hawkes ............................................. Robert Hopp
---- Elizabeth Little
Jarvis ------.---.-------- .--- ----------------------
, ,,....,'.Q ., 1.1-.1 1
f- ' fzglzfzvz:
-1- M1011 5 '2 " fs
wg '11 .. 1 1 1 1 - -1-Q
The 1R1111s1f:ve11t e1:1a11t1i111 C111U11D
501111111 .Yt'2ll'S 1111111 El Q11111111 111. 111111i1s 111A 1111-Ili 1-11111111iv1111 11111 11131111 111' org
1Zi1lgl' il 1111111111113 1111111. A1'l'11l'11111Q'1j' s111'111'111 111. 11111s11 1111111i1i1111s 8111111
p .1 111ts s11t
a111111t 111 111'g:1111ix11 El 1111111 111411118 11111111'11. A1'11'1' 111'111'1i1111' 11 1-1111sti111ti1111 111111
a111111ti11,u' 11111 111111111 "'1'h11 1i1111s111'111t 1111111111113 1'111l1." 21 1'11I1.Y 111' 11111 111111s1i111-
, 1 - f
ti011 was s1111t 111 Mrs. '1'11111111111'11 1i11111a111'1111 1'11l' 1111111'11x'11l 111111 111 11111 S1111111 Tillll'
?1S1i11lg.2' 11111' 111 s1111'g'11e1 il 111111111 11111 11111 1111111 11111111111 i11 1111111111 111' 11111' 1111'11l hue
b111111. 11111' 111111111 111 1'ltl11j' 11111111111111111111 11111 1'1ll1l 1111 it's 1'i1111 111111sti1111i1111 111111
111 th11 s1111111 1111111 s11g:g'11s1i11g' this 11l111111, 21 1'11v111'i111 111' '1'1111111l111'11 '1i1111s11v111t5
"1Iit11111 11111' h111'11, 111111'1 110111. 111111'1 shirk. 11111 11it 11111 111111 1l1ll'11.H '11111' 1111111
1111s i11 11111 ,v11111's 111 its 111',Q'1111ix111i1111 1111111 this 111111111 11s its st111111111'11.
'1'h11 01'11'1111iz11ti1111 1111s 11111111 El g'1'1'2lf s11111111ss this j'1'2ll'. It was 111111111 1111
of 111111'11 F1'11sh1111111 1111111 1111111111 111 N
11111'11l11111111. 111 151271
11.'s1111111. 11111 lllilllj' 111'1'i11i11111 s111111k111's U'1'I'l'
1111 1111111 was 1111111 111 1111111111111 1111 11111 111' t11w11 11111111111
with Al11x1111111'i11. 1111 11tt1111111ti11g' 111 H1'l'211lgIl1 il 11111111111 this y11111' it was
f11111111 111111 H11 s11h11111s within 1111sy 1111111111 111' 11111- l'1ll17 111111111 11111villi11g1 to 1111t11r
11110 11 11isc11ssi1111.
The sp1111s111's111' 11111 1111111 this y11111' 11111111 311: 1511111111 111111 Mr. 1+'111'1111y. '1'h11
Officers w111'11: 11111111 V1111111111111, p1'11si111111t: -111s111111 111111111112 vi11'11-111'11si1111111: 111111
Cl1a1'111s Mills, s1111r1111111y'. T1111 11fti111111s of 11111 Q11111 111111 111111 this year has
been 11 veijy s11111111ssf111 01111 for 11111 11111'tic1111111 11c1ivity.
-1"' Q, mmu L -L' .. 1--L-.' f'
E I 5Y H WJ J A'- .L A fad - ni f::.,::2-Hr
.... e - .8 ,RF X -hh -
The Milly, C ub
The "E" clnb which has been dormant for some years hasc been re-or-
granized this year. Its membership is limited to those who have earned a let-
ter in some form of athletics. At present it consists of seventeen members.
Being the only honorary club in the school, the members are deservedly
proud that they have the privilege of belonging to it.
The objective ot the club is to further sportsmanship at all athletic
events and to keep agrlow those friendships created in the various branches
of athletics. H. li. Phillips and llarry llonse were the fully capable spon-
sors. The officers were VVillian1 Baxter, president: Earliest Gardner, vice-
president: and Georg-e Weirsliiiig, secretary.,
' Q' .- 0 A- - mx
R' 1 rn 7
v,,x--J -ki ..
The Socivtzls Lzitimi was first fiiwliiizr-fl in 192-1 for tho purpose- ot'
studying: tho lifv, UIINTOIIIS :xml Vvligriml ot' ohl Hmm-, tllvrt-hy illt'l'l'2lSilIg' thv
intvrt-st. Any school stmlviit iiitvwstvel in Latin is vligfihlv to lIlt'lllbl'l'Silip.
lhis sclmol yvzu' there wt-1'v about sixtyfiw nwinhvrs. 'l'h1- oi'ficvi's
wuwi Rlohort 'l'lwzimlv1's. prvsith-ntg Mzirtlm Noll Palrsous, vivv-1n'c-si-
llf'lltQ Graco 1.,llgil, Sl'l'I'l'til1'j': Ilvlvu lloppvl and Womlyzml Fishvr, gruzircls.
Miss Foote amd Miss Nllllllll :ic-tml :is spoilsors.
The pl'0gII'2llll vonmlittvv spvnt IllIll'il timv Ibl'l'IHll'illj,'I' thi' work :xml vn-
fact thvy have iiilllllli that Rmnzin Iifv was zilmlogwls to our lift- in
wut for tht' yvar to thv iHiV2llli2lgIt' ot' all the im-mba-i's. lim' tu this
-VYQ-7' 1 I A S is K.
- i fy p
af l if -W ,X 1- Y A , 1 - ng
.5455 IF fffs- ,?hT?iQf'3g W -Qiiiii' f""'E' vi" 1" 4
-1. Q M X - , it K. ,
al I EY , sr l J L - - nl '-'l 'i
- Q-X. - 'XX
The Dramatic Club
'l'he llraiuatie Club is an orgranization set aside exclusively for upper
elassmen. Nevertheless this 0l'Q'?llllZElllOll has the largest lnenibership of the
eluhs in the high school, totaling one hundred five. Because of this over-
flow it was found necessary to divide the club into Sophomore, Junior and
The Senior section was capahly sponsored by Mr. Lindley, head ot' the
higrh school English clepartinent. Officers were: Katherine Wilson, presidentg
Charles Snodgrass, vice-presidentg Earl l'i0I'tl'?l1ll, seeretaryg and Mary
l"og'erty, treasurer. Various IlI'0g.1'l'ilIllS were greatly enjoyed by this division
throughout the year.
The Juniors chose Mary lloston for president, Robert Ilurd for her
assistant, and Arthur Ol'lllSlJj' asi keeper of the vaults. Miss 'l'hurston is
hast but not least, the SOPll0Ill0I'6S, with jolly Mr. Smith as their spots
sor. Helen ,lligbee was chosen president.
The school is justly p1'oud of the work of the Dramatic Club and it is
the fond hope of all the iueinbers that the 01'-gHl1lZHtl0l1 will continue to be
tl1e success that it has proven to he in the last year.
-1" Q F A 1.2 fs
it .. H - -- '-if-.ggi
--... lag, ,i.,u'-" .
Last fall the Study Vlub was organized for the first time in the history
of El-,Hi. lt was organized on the basis of a much felt need for intensive
study of various subjects by a certain group of individuals. Excellent stu-
dents as well as others belonged to this fine club. The members were in-
structed in the best methods to study, both as a group or singly.
There was no specific organization other than just a group, since the
time was spent largely in supervised study. The nienibers felt that the tinic,
was spent very profitably. NVe hope that next year there will be more of
our students take advantage of this niueh needed instruetion.
-1' 'HIYIHHIK ,-
Q i i ' ii f-
HQ I gf 'P Q II AI- V 4 2 - nl
.. , . Y X X
. , . if - H-i f ' ,'l,1.,g4L,,Li.
l. . ..., , ,. .,
- , . ,V
The Music Club. Art Appreciation Club.
r 1 ' 1 ' '
iv. 4 .1
lhc Music' l lllh :mil tho Ari Appxw-vlzllioii club 2ll't' holh in xx iluhs hm mg
Orgzmizml all lhv lN'g1'llllllllgI oi' the school your. llolh vluhs uri' umloubtcilly
an zissvl lo thi' school.
'l'h4- Art Allpl'4'i'l2lll0ll club was 0l'g.2'2llllZllll so that Those- who xwiw all all
iiitviw-stml in art 1-oulfl fiirllivr thx-ir study ol' suvh. 'l'h1- vlulfs mf-mlwrs
are' on tho front row ol' thc- top pil-11111-. 'l'l1v1'v is si wry small im-mlwrsliip
ol' thi- Ulllll this your but lhvy ll?lV0 2ll'i'01llpllSlll'll inzmy Thiiigs along' Tho liiws
whivh thvy lmvv zillviiiplml. Tho sponsors are tho Missvs S1104-ll illlll Koons.
'l'hv Music Appwcizllioii llllllj has vlcwtvml tha' following' oi'l'iv0i's:-llr1-si-
ilviif, -lohn Vanin: Svci'vtzii'y, .lov Yilllxvlllliltll llll2llI'lll2lll ol' Eiilwteiiiiiiii-111
l'0lIllllllll'0, lllziriziin Iluwkiiis. 'l'h4- sponsors nw Miss lllillor, Miss Som-in-vi'
ziml Mr. llzlvis. lhv vluh has had lllillly Vvry llllt'l'0SllllgI nu-4-liilgis nml :il-
11-nipts to carry out tho cause which they havv Cll0Sl'll.
'I' - --
fm r V A ,7 Wnif 1' W f.
5 1 - ,,, Q SQL 1 - G1
, ., . . W D-i ' ' 7-'-,wif-fx:
1.6 'C1i1m':1e Francais
111- 1'i1'vl11 1"1'z1111'a1is was 111'ggz111iz1111 t11is XUEII' with a 1110111111-1'sl1ip of sixty.
,Xi-Iivitivs 131112111 111 111111 witl1 Mrs. 1i0c01'11s 211111 Miss Koontz as spoiisors.
.Xt thc- 1'i1'st 1111'11ti11g1 U1'i.1l't'l'S w1-rv svlvcteil. '1'h0y aw: 1101011 Powvll, prvsi-
11111111 l111111'g1- Us111z111, V1U0'1J1't'S1l1l'l1fg I1z11'1'i1-tt G2-lY1ll, SOL'1'01?lI'j'. f10111'gg'1'
Oxlllilll was t1'z111sf1-1'1'v1l to 2lll011ll'l' 011111 211111 112iI'I'01l1 l3z1y110 SllCCl'Cl10t1 111111.
l,1-i'i1'1'l1- l1'1'z1111'11is wz1so1'gg'z111ix1-11 to a1'o11s11 thc S1lll1l'll1iS i11t1-rvst i11 Fl'l'llL'1l
K'f1St11111lxN 211111 1Il2l1lllt'1'S 211141 to 1'lI1'11l0l' tho 11s1' of Fr011c11 111 uo11v01'satio11.
1J111'i11g' thu- s0co1111 sm-1110sto1' El short play was grivon, H1111 Pat0'vt La
'112ll'10.H 131-sides 111-111g 21 wry i11tc1'esti11g o1'gz111izz1tio11 it was of great
b111101'it to its 111embe1'S.
'V QR 9 , , 5 '-
H I 'P A , MIX
The Radio Club
A1 llw lwgflllllllljl' of thc' inll svlnwmm-1' 1110 Radio Vlulm XV'lN m'gg':1l1i7v4l with
1 . .
il lnlvllllwmlllp ui 1'lg'hfY-llllltx lmvw who ww-Vo all IlllUI'l'NfU1l Ill l'iIfll0 :xml 1114-
rzulio sm-Is. Vlilllllt' lifwllmlmll was olwtmi I3l't'SilIl'll12 lfhlisml Imi-
sllzlw. vlvv-pl'vsi1lv111, mul Rolwrt -lmws, sm'l'vI:11'y. 'l'll1'l'4L was no l'l'lP0l'll'l'
4-le-vim! us flu-rv has ln-on in Ihv lust sm-v1'l'zil XPEIIN. Mr. Vllilllllbilill, Mr.
Krzltli :xml Mr. Ashton uw Tlw sponsors.
,, , . . .
llu purposv oi tllls club IS To stmly tho SQ'll'lll'1' ol' rzuliu, 'l'lwl'4- lmvv
lwml smm- vvl"v illtl'l't'Sfillg' 1lis1-ussimls hold Elllll smm- vm-rv plw--wimw' :xml pru-
c , -
fltnlxlv talks grxvm-11, tillI'IllU YIIUII' l'vg1'1ll'1l' Illl'l'fillQ'N HII ilu' 1'm'Illv1' :lf-wlop
lIl1'llf of rm
5 f . ' -
' iv.,-,1,.. K'
'QQ ,,-mf,.. 9 ,A-mx
- v v-i ,,....4"-" f'-l--'
111-1'1- il1'1' 11111' ,j1111y 131111s11-rs
14111111 11111- il 1f111111y 1-111
W1- W11111 s11y 11111011 11110111 1111-111
111111' 1-11011 A111-1111s i'111' 111-1's1-11.
'1'111- S111111s111's 111' 111is1-11111 2l1'1' Bliss 1'11x 111111 Miss 1X1i1111ic11. '11111'y 11:11:1-
1111-i1' 1111-1-1i11.gs i11 1111- 1111111 sc1111111 1i111'111'y l'V1'l'.V 1111111111, 111111 l'1'2l11y 111111- N111111-
1-11j11y111111- 1111-1-lings :1s '1v1-11 11s 111'11fi111b11-.
'111l1'j' 1111v1- S1-11-1-11-11 11 V1-ry 111111111 111111111 111111 11111- 111111 is 1-1-1111y 51111111 1111'
S1ll'1l il 1-11111. 11 is: "I31111s11-1-s, 111111s1 1111- 131111s11-Vs."
A1 1111- 1!1'g1'11l1l111gI 111' 1111- 11111 11'1'lll 1111-y 1-11-1-11-11 1111- 1'111111wi11g' 111'1'i1-1-141.
1'1'1-si111-111, Z1-111111 131111111111 vi1-1--111-1-si111-111, Ruby 1111111111115 s1-1'1'1-1111'y, A1111.1
EV1-ry 1111-111b1-1- 111' this 111'g1111iz111i1111 is g'1'1-1111y i1111-1-1-s11-11 i11 hiking 211111 so
Miss 1'11X 111111 1111- 1I11'lll1Jl1I'S 1111v1- 2-ll'I'?lIlgIP11 111 111111- El 11-w j1111111x 111is spring.
'1'111-s1- 111-111111- Sll1'01j' 111-1- il 1iv1-1y bllllL'1l, so 111111'1 forge-1 1111- "131111s101's."
C J .
'T' Q. Qlflltll L 1 i. fs
al I fY F . s H 'L Y .-Lf '
. ,, -- ' .X
Oratorical c Contests
ln the last few years great interest has been created in oratorical con-
tests. This year interest in this kind of activity probably reached its height
in El-,lIi. We had contestants in three of these events.
The first of these, which was sponsored by The Indiana liar'Association
was on the subjects, "The Development of the Constitution" and t'Present
Significance of Constitution."
We entered six of our students in this event and out of these was to be
chosen a winner to represent us in the county contest. The six entered were:
George Shaw, Jack Campbell, Robert Jones, Katherine Wilson. Mary Stir'
and Elbert Boyer. The judges were unanimous in their decision that -Tack
Campbell should represent Elwood in the county contest, where he took see-
ond place. We hope -lack will have better luck next year.
The second ef these contests was sponsored by the Lincoln lllev--"ri-"
llnion. The subject of this event could be anything concerning Tiineoln.
VVe made two entries in this: Robert Hopp and Vivian Hutcheson. both e'
whom went to the county and although neither took first place, both took
The third contest in which we made entry was on any patriotic sub-
ject. There were six entered in this one. They were George Shaw, Mary
Stine, Ava Barber, Margaret Taylor. Le-Von Tubbs. This contest was spon-
sored bythe Elks Lodge. A winner, George Shaw, was sent to Anderson.
This year Elwood was represented by twelve pupils in five divisions of
the County Lzatin contest at Alexandria. Of these four emerged victor-
ious and had the privilege of representing Madison countv in the district.
The four were: Oval Duckworth and Pearl Everling in Division 4A: Aubrey
Cleveland and Loren Lindley. in Division lA. Aubrey Cleveland placed
second in the district, where there were sixty-four contestants in the seven
Elwood was represented in the Commercial contest at Kokomo this
yeal' as usual. Elwood contestants were successful in taking one first place
and two thirds. The Class D typewriting team, composed of Harriet Gavin,
Bernice Hiatt and Genevieve Keller, won first place. The Beginning book-
keeping team took a tl1il'd, they were Virginia Clymer. Mary Myerly and
Dale Weflib. Beginning shorthand team also placed third. lt was com-
posed of Harriett Gavin, Dernice lliatt and Genevieve Keller. Harriett
Gavin also took- first place in the individual honors and Bernice Hiatt
third, both in typewriting.
-W4 ff V" 'K " '
--1" Q m 1 -lair, 5' F
H: l gy F ue X -.- .L A Mgf '
1.-of-'-"' W "L" 1 'L' -
X If -c E! 1 V K ff 515-QQ' :I V , ws 1'
2 f f mm, a f 1
4 . , j Qty,
ff!!! , vt Ny r I X
My i gggw f
4 , ,V-
ff f ' ,
1' fi T
, - if 5
fa I -inf"-' Z5
1 Xi-V g, gram n A,-'h E:-ffgiz f
X951 TY ll V .'.,Le '--iz- ,
'r Ks of
TEAM OF '27
T'was 11ot the best nor will it bei,
llcaped with laurels high in majesty,
Placed on shelf with mournful sigh
Among past teams of Elwood High.
It earned its meagre share of fame
It retained for time its glorious name
Though time moves on through many years
llll think of it with eyes filled with tearsg
Goetz and Serump with their cheery smile
Gave to ns hope through strife and trialg
Buck and Bill always full of pep,
Sam and George able and adept,
Vic and Joe calm and reserved A
Until the time their need deserved.
There was Bob and Walt, matchless two,
Started the game and fought it through,
And Rrogden always had his fun
Played' his jokes on everyone.
The team that it was cannot be
For now its just a memory.
-Bernard Schuck "Bung."
Member of team.
.. K ,, .
gil, EE G f-F '
Uoaeh Phillips' splendid attitude and uutiring efforts to build good
teams and instill good Sp01'fS1l12lllSllll1 in his boys has stimulated great in-
terest in football, basketball and track-.
This year he has built li'illllS that have caused many upsets, and have
won victories over strong' teams during 15127-2.8 season. They speak for
his ability as a ooaeh. Besides being' a fine coach Mr. Phillips is also an
excellent Mechanical Drawing' teacher.
Mr. Phillips has been with ns eight years and we hope that he shall con-
tinue his good work here for a long' time.
. Vr Q- ii Lknf .
OREN BROWN , W
7, Q :Q
A f' , t.-'M1f:eT- A
EV . Q l il .3
Yea. Panthers and Spell It Out
Horn and Hoof.
lloru and hoof
Ilorn and hoof
Hold the floor and raise the root'
Razzle dazzle zizzle zip
llold 'ein Elwood
Let 'er rip.
Tha.t's the Old Fight Fight.
'l'I1at's the old fight, fight,
'l'l1at's the old fight, fight,
NVhat's the old fight, fight,
'l'hat's the old fight, fight,
Fight 'Em Team.
Figrlit 'ein team,
Figrlit 'eni team,
Fight! Fight! Fight!
Red and blue rah, rah,
Red and blue rah, 1'al1,
Red and blue 1'al1, rah.
Rickety Rackety Russ.
Rickety Rackety Russ
What's the matter with us
Nothing at all, nothing at all
We 're the gang that 's doing it all
CSoftl Yea Rah Elwood.
Choudj Yea Rah Elwood.
Yea Yea Yea.
Elwood Elwood Elwood.
Alivevo, Alivevo, Vum,
Go get a rat trap biggol'
than a cat trap,
Go get a. cat trap bigger
than a rat trap,
Elwood High School
Yea. Elwood Fight.
Elwood had a fine season in football this year. Tho fellows fought hard
in every game and with few exceptions came out victorious.
Elwood teams are noted for their clean playing and fighting ability
and this year was no exception. Elwood showed np great. in all the games.
The Technical game was probably their greatest victory this year.
Gardner. Greene, Schnck and Wilson have played their last game for El.
Ili. We feel confident that Coach Phillips will turn out a very sneoessfnl
team next year as the prospects are very good.
.Q , ,lg
Sam was our captain. He piloted
the team through one of its most
successful seasons. Besides being
captain he was a very excellent play-
er and instilled the spirit of fight
in his men.
Walt played every game with the
determination that wins and through
his excellent playing and clean sports-
manship he won the good will of his
fellow players. The squad selected
him to have his name engraved on
the Sellers' Trophy.
Bill is our captain-elect He played
a very consistent game at half and
had speed to burn. Bill was placed
on the all-state team. We are ex-
pecting great things of your team
next year, Captain Baxter.
George was one of our most determin-
ed players. He always put all he
had into the games he played. We
expect great things of you next year,
Ray was our little center this year.
Although not very large he "got
there" with his grit and determina-
tion. Ray has another year and we
sure are glad ot it.
-1' wrnnull x ..-
Q f ' - M
il LY . : .',x -..ew '-:ff s
' '--- .. ' ' '
Buck was guard and he put all he
had into the game. It took lots to
stop him when he got "going." He
will be back next year. Let's go,
Tubby's fighting pluck stopped many
ambitious back, for he always got
his men. Alas tho he graduates. We
hate to lose you, Tubby.
Scrump came into high school and
proceeded to play' football in great
style. We are banking on you for
three more years, Scrump.
Joe played the season at halfback.
He is an excellent player and we are
expecting great things of him in
the next year. Joe is,an example of
good things in small packages.
Bung started the. season in great
style and his excellent playing got
him a position on the mythical all-
state team. Bung has played his
last game tor El-Hi and we hate to
see him go.
'mall l f " -ti F
.3 IQ' ' ' me icd1 ' . T,
VICTOR WILSON F
Vic meant business when he played
football and always got his man.
Houch luck, we're losing you Vic.
Kenny was one of our reliable subs.
He has plenty of fight and determina-
tion. Kenny will become a valuable
man next year.
Mike didn't get to play every game
but when he did play he sure "went."
We will have Mike with us next year.
Show your stuff, Mike.
Bill was back this year with more
fight than ever and he was a very
popular fellow with his teammates.
Watch Bill next year!
Clint played haltback. When he "got
in" he was a veritable human plough
and he demonstrated in the Muncie
game what he will do next year
f' -'A fa
EQ , .. -- W -
Elwood enjoyocl a fine soason in baskvtball this year. Tho Panthors
wow not mlvfvatvtl on thvir hoinc floor and only lost throw ganms ont of
twenty. Thvy won fifteen gainvs straight.
Tho ta-ani finishvcl the season strong, avenging the dvfoat given them
varlivr in the sc-ason hy Tipton. The score of this last game was
53 to Tipton's 17. The-y also defeatml their groatvst rival, Lapol, by a score
ol' lil to 10. This victory also owned tho scorv with Lapcfl who had dv-
fvatml tht-in varlior in the svason.
Tho l'anth4-rs vntored the' tonrnanivnt, strong and with high hopvs of
winning. Thvsv hopvs carried them illl'0llgIll to thc- finals at tho sectional
whvrv thvy wvrv clvfvatml by Anderson 27 to 19.
Gtlova-i', Uartvr and Rohm-rtson will ho lost hy graduation. The roniainch-r
ol' tho squad should inakv onv of tho host tvms wo have' vvor hatl.
i- , F 1 4, f'
6 I ' Q0 A ai ' nl 5
. v '., V -'V , ' tam:
Joe played the position at floorguard
in the same fast manner that he did
last year. When he dribbled down
the floor he generally made it good
for a basket. Joe has one more year.
Rob was back at backguard this year.
With Bob guarding, the opposing
team didn't have a chance. Because
of his excellent playing and clean
sportsmanship Bob will have has
name engraved on the Citizens' Bank
Bill was back stronger than ever this
year and showed some mighty fine
head-work Bill still has a year to
go. Let's go, Bill, and make the best
of next year.
Bob was one of our forwards. He
played a consistent gamenall season
and always made his share of the
points. Bob was a great player and
we sure would like to have him next
Bill worked his way' to the top this
year. Although small he had plenty
of speed and fight and it ,made him
a valuable man to have on the team.
Watch him next year.
F ' "' W f'
83 I Q' P f-xr . ., 1 -F -g
Although Bob was a Freshman his
heigiht and ability to play basketball
got him a place on the team and
next year he will earn himself a
regular position. Bob has three
Znore years. -
" GEORGE WERSHING
Buck was one of our dependable sub-
stitutes. He didn't get into many
frays, but when he did he displayed
plenty of fight. Buck has another
Anothere promisig candidate for
next year's team. Red didn't get to
play often but when he did it was
too bad for the opponents.
Don d.idn't get to display his speed
this year but we all know he has
lots. Don moved to another city soon
after the beginning of second sem-
AUSTIN p ROBERTSON
Aut was one of our fastest little
players. He sure had plenty of
fight and displayed it in every fray
he entered. We hate to lose you
el 1, -WV
Class Basket Ball
This year, for tl1e first ti1ne i11 tl1ei1' entire high school enreer, the class
of '28 XVOII the elnss f0ll1'Il2llll0llf. They were favored from the Very bt'Q'lll-
11i11g',l1z1vi11g1 the tallest Illtlll that could be found in tl1e student body outside
ot' those stndents who were taking.: an active part i11 intersehool contests.
ln the opening 1'0lllld of play the Sopl1o111ores overwhehned the Fresli-
men and the Seniors downed the Jlllll0l'S in a hard t'o11g'ht grznne, probably
the fastest of the entire play. Ill tl1e ltV0lllllg' the fQ2llllS took tl1e floor witl1
lots of fight bnt showed signs of fzitigne. From tht' very bt'Q'llllllllg the
Seniors took the S0pll0Ill01'0S and whe11 tl1e Nlll0li'0 had cleared away after :1
fast and furious battle tl1e Seniors were 011 the long end of El 24-8 score.
The following- men composed the Senior teznn. tStz111di11gj Sll0tlfJ,'1'i1SS,
1llL'lill0I',I10pp, Miller, Windle, Leavitt and Cole. CSez1tedD Johnson, Way'-
xnire, Smith, Ctjoaehj Porter, and Si111111o11s.
Mr. Smith is to he GOllg'I'2lilllZlf0d on his excellent coaching whieh helped
the teznn lVlll its first el1a111pio11sl1ip.
.. ..... v-..-,-,-.-,H--W-f-..-.Y,, -.. ,-
H' " '.- . 7
Sept. 10-Kokomo Here
Sept. 17-Richmond Away
Sept. 23-Technical Here
Oct. 1-Noblesville Away
Oct. 8-Marion Away
Oct. 220-Shortridge Away
Oct. 22-Greenfield Away
Oct. 29-Anderson Here
Nov 5-Kirklin Here
Nov. 12-Muncie Here
Nov 11-Atlanta Here
Nov 18-XNH1I1l1t Grove Here
Nov 23-Lapel Away
Nov 25--Kokomo Away
Dec. 2-Tipton Away
Dee. 9-Alexandria Here
Occ. 16-Shortridgfe Here
Dec. 17-Peru Here
Dec. 23-Summitville Here
Dee. 30-Pendleton Here
-Tan. 6-Huntington Here
Jan. 7--Greencastle Away
Jan. 14-Wabash Away
-Tan. 270-Wabash Here
Jan. 27-Richmond Away
Jan. 28-Lapel Here
Feb 3-1Vindfa1l Here
Feb. 10-Decatur Here
Feb. 17dTipton Here
Feb. 24-Union City Away
SECTION AL TOJURNAMEN T.
Elwood 301 Markleville 25.
Elwood 303 Alexandria 14.
Elwood 19g Anderson 27.
35 1 5
f- + '
'I' ' ali " -'li F
, , 1 - .1
This year interest in track in Elwood High School has rise11 to unusual
heights. Competition for berths onthe team was keen. There has been
larger crowds in attendance at the meets than ever before. Elwood sup-
ports one of the finest quarter mile cinder ovals in the state and should, in
tl1e next few years, rise to unthought of positions in the realm of track in
There has been a new system of awarding honors to students who par-
take i-n athletic competition. Formerly there was given a heavy sweater
to tl1e student each year. This was deemed unnecessary and this new system
was installed two years ago. By playing o11e year of football, basketball or
going to the state meet in a. track or field event the student is given a jersey
sweater. In the years following a blue star is given for football, rede for
basketball and a gold one for track. On each of these sweaters there is a
small white shield to accomodate these stars. When a. player gets three stars
of one color he is entitled to a heavy sweater, but tl1is is not awardel until
Wilfred Sellers and the Citizens Bank have presented two trophies to
the school. The Seller's trophy is for football and the Citizens Bank trophy
is for basketball. To the player displaying the cleanest sportsmanship, best
attitude to his team-mates and of good scholastic standing goes the honor
of having his name engraved upon the trophy. The name to be engraved is
decided by the players who select the person by vote. It is a very great
honor to have your name engraved upon one of the trophies and it instills
clean playing in all the players,
Page N inety-five
R K. f',
4. r ,K w
n , ,, ,,. ' .
, .g ,x Mrw.
i n f wx
X 96' - f x 1
f 2 -6 -pri fzf I!!
.fc 1 , , Q A , gf
f9.,,! 0 I Gj.fy?'- OF 4? J
. V A f ,f
f f ,af
jg ' ' gg '
,ff - ' f
7 , , a E ,
Z lim Q 4 , ' 4
fp: ,Mn f4
X W ' 7 ,1f,XA! ,Lf-:xx ' A
. ' 5 x
' f " ' rv
, H MU An. 1 1-251,
A 4 U 1 'V iiy' U f 7
, m "3 P5 ' 2 ' L .
W 5' . xc, Q .
1 - - fx flff f
V- 1-Fi 1 f H
45 1 '-A 17 if
' "' -6,414.3 A 1-.-- -V
1: ef 4' -
,F-,.,. .s ,
uf. - Q
e., 4 f
' JL , ,, ,
in ee ' ,
4 Ar.. ,guy
F my -
Lys. X ..
. Fi- W
Adi' ' 's
We wishx to express our. thanks
to those mefchants and-business
men who have advertised with
us this year. Without their aid
it gwould havebeen impossible to
edit and publish this annual as
it is. We consider. this hook as
belonging 'to them es much' as
to' the . students of the fhigh
. ie' 3
fi .,,,, ..
'T' Q, llllllli A--Q p i. "'-'..44.1L r'
n' l X 1' -,L -gf 'Til -:f
1-..- ' - A,
'P 'Q' .'l'-, e , "
Ig l- 'E X , - 'U'
:as gsyliwllgnn -
li. iff "Howl 'Si-.1 '
ffl' mmm il -
'rail N ' 1 o Efv St cl t
cg ery u en
ff: g i-ff :
H N511 N 0
3 li' N o
l Elwood Hugh School
'U' ..-,.......- 4.
O1+'FltJERiS AN D . ,
X Q i This bank extends congratulations to
D1RLlfT0Rb2 I each of thc graduates in the class of
1928, and wishes each of you success
':' Wvayiie Leeson, in your coming occupations whether Q
President. it bc in securing further education or
O lg Fmyiel, in starting your career in the business
Vice Presidicnt. world'
Vilas- ff- Uellorify, And to you who have 11ot finished your
-F1 Cashlef- high school education we wish a pleas- 'P
Geo. li:-1,01-Ifjrityv, I ant vacation and a successful school
Asst. crmier. Wu' next term-
B-, F' Leisure: To all of 'ou we extend the invitation
l 3 4 1
Dlrector' ' to make this friendly bank a partner
5 Michael Meyer - in your progress and to avail your-
' Director. ' self of our services wheenever they
can help you.
+ Sta te Bank 4.
I The Bank with the Chime Clock. '
"' 4- 4- -I-, -:- -5- -.
Page N inety-nine
' "' ' "l U
Q W . + -- A
t I - t it ZXI if
' -Y., 1 -mu
u!.l ,-:- -e- - -:- -:-A -e-
'U' W Q4-1- -5' fe'
A IN AFTER YEARS
QQJQ , WHEN You RE-TuRN THE Q .Q
-u- QE,-L PAGES OF THE ANNUAL 'GQ
C 1 f WHICH PERPETUATES YOLIR PRE-
GRADUATE JoYs AND somzows, ,, A .
I you will praise the wisdom of 416
+ rg staff fhat selected good engrwings
big!!-' rather than just "cuts."
sq Years do not dim the brilliant
C printing quality of '
-u- PORT WAYNE HALF-TONE
fir' PORTRAITS AND v1EWs 'QD
wr A K I... ,, 1
'J' C0 U
"" Q3 W3 ax
'lk 4 tzl
,,.. A " 1 A, ,..
W me MAnxgf5xiELL:nce - fy
4- , Et t Wtt, E,,t WWEEWWWWWVW W, tWttWt tWW,WWtt, tW,t E WWW, tttt i
E t t gi-Q orfwayne Engmvmg Ho.
. WAYNE, INDIANA A , A -ul
4, 'E AAA A 1 it E A
N ,ttt tW:t E
5 E -:- -:- 5- -:- -0- N
Page One Hundred
r ' . ...C 47453.
-V' HITIWI' 1 , -s 'iii-lf f'
R: IQ 'fY h r e m it ,Ad - W .gig-
. W . ' A
D ' -L ' -:-. -F -:- -
4 P. MQ Sllaulter SL Sons 0
0 lJiu111u11ds NVatc11cs
E1wood's Loading Jowc-191'
'U' Y 'U'
0 STRAP WATCHES Gifts Q
K Class jewelry
3 C 4 Nfiill
. : ' ji QW
. -u- GIFTS CLOCKS -u-
'G' 'C' --2' 'G' 'C'
F0l'lll0l'lj' if was "5-1-40 or figrlltf' now it is H75-80 01' flllllkf,
lilm-ml Sillllll0llS-Qllllllll'lli2lf0lj' nffvr flu- S4-niors winning of the class
f0ll1'll2llIl0lIfDm"XNUH I gluvss wo haul lwttvr play thv Fzlcfulty nvxf yearf'
Marion JOIIIISUII-HXVIIU am- 1110 l+'z1vl1lTy, Tho lust y0z1r's Seniors?"
.C+3g?.4h,,C,,C T55 CHM 'C' ' 'Q'
+ 'VINNM EEN +
IJICL Ii'AC'l'lCSSlGN and TEA ROOM
Mvalls Scrvod Daily at 8:00 21. 111. fo 8:00 p. 111.
+ Short Ordvrs Any Hour. lu-
Bil1lt1lll'fS, Purtivs, Bridge Lllllf'h00llS
I'l1u110 53 322 South Ando" .nf
-'F' 'k CC iilmd '3' C fi' C'-
Page One Hundred One
.-i.- - Lnnvr
'ew 212 fe
'I' 'S' 42- ICI- 'I'
We Beliefve p
that it is the desire of every honest up-to-date
scholar to be the best in his class. This is a noble
desire and will surely have its reward.
Ours is a High Position
The highest position a mercantile house can have
is to be the best in its class in the community. The
eonfidenee of the public is gratifying and is jus-
tified by our method of doing business and we
want you to help make this position still stronger
as We can give you values and satisfy you in
everything you Want.
R. L. Leeson 6? Sons Co. -2-
'3' 3' 'IT' 'C' 4- -.
Willard Wiiiclle-4'What did you say?"
Edna Darrow-HO- nothing."
Willard-MOE course, but how did you express it this time?"
4' 5' -2- 'C' 'Q'
To the Class of Z8
Krause Studio Q
Page One Hundred Two
4' 'QE-'Q' ':' - 'Q' 4'
+ TRY E
l' FIRST .,
103 South Anderson St. Phone 192 'ul
'Q' ' QL ,uni 'C' E-GI
Miss Spencer-'AHOW long did you study this lesson?"
Elbert C0tf0l1-H0119 hour, railroad time."
Miss Spencer-"Explain yourself!"
Elbert. Cotton-"Including stops and delays."
We Congratulate the Class
+ of 1928 n
0 4'Wl1e1'e Economy Pleasesn Established 1859. lu'
A' 'G' 'I' 'I' 12' 5' ' -
Page One Hundred Three
fh ,i -i
-1" mimi n ,,, A- --- f'
a: IQ' 5Y ' -- -L e, -4d+ ' -.Q-'T
lt 'Cl 4' 'I' 7' -
HQ1'IY1a1l F. G
Julia E. VVillkie
4- Law Officc of Students' and hers' -ul
WILLKIE .sz WILLKIE Headquarters-
, 1 Y may , WILL G. EVANS
hlweod Indlfma 'Let Me Be Your Druggist'
4, Phone, Office 206 .ul
' Residence 274 Main a11d Sixteenth.
'I' 'O' 'I' 'I' 'G'
Mr. Ashton-"Did Charlemagne have any children?"
Mary Belle Evans-UNO."
Mr. Ashton-"Did he have any grandchildren?"
Mary Belle Evans-'tYes, he had three."
Frances Glenn-"lf a person eats his mother and father, what would
Mariella Pace-' ' An orphan. "
Eva Moon-"Had a heavy date last night."
Helen Conwell-"Who was he?"
Eva Moon-"Mike Kutef'
'O' 'S' 'G' 4' 'I' ,
'U' Alhambra SL Baby Grand Theatres
Presenting Quality Entertainment
4, Aiming to Please. 4.
We Invite Constructive Criticism.
.f .-.si t ,-:- or-:-.-- -:- ' -:E tl
Page One Hundred Four
1, , ,..,,,,,Y.v-e -v V wifi-wnw-,.,
-FQ. 'mu 1
I5' iiy ' ue AMY .. ' WX -T7
H,-, ' - 42-r..--'Wg-9
'Q' 'Q' 'I' 'I' 'I'
' . . HARRIS 0
The Home of Good Clo
4 That is Correct in Style, Fit
Priees Always Right in Keeping
4, With Quality. 'ul
J AS. W. HARRIS
'Q' 'O' 4' 'G' 'Q'
Bob Carter-"What have you got that part in your hair for?"
Hubert Jenkins-"It makes me look betterf,
Bob-"Yeh, every block has an alleyf,
We hear that our "little friend" Charles Cooper got up at eight o'eloek
the other morning to tell the night watchman some bed-time stories.
L 'E 4' 12' 'Q' 'li
Q J. LEWIS SMALL CG., Inc. +
Gloves and Mill Supplies I
'Pe 'D' '53 JD' 'G' S'
Page One Hundred Five
Q 3 C
mul 3 ' .. f'
. , E- ' -J-5
4- 'I' 4- -O' ' -if
There's a Difference In Bread
CLD HQME 4'
Proves It 4.
IL 'CP 'Y'
r 5' 4' 'I' ee 'Q'
,. -.,1:! -
Phone 158 4'
'G' 'Q' 'll'
MILTQN YURK 4'
f' - huh..- . T
-1- mimi n ' .4 --A' s are O f
al IQ' QY , " JL - nl e-fi-A
. -A ' ' ,,4,.L--"5
JD' 'Q' 'I' ':'5'-Q 'Q'
-5- Slippers with Style and 0
Character for N is
Commencement and Vacation. ,-.
'E HILEMAN if E 't 'i'
'tShoes of Course"
'I' 'i' 'S' 75' 'Q'
tContinued from Page 571
Robert Glover, head coach at Ohio university.
llelen Griffin, kindergarten teacher at a Muncie scl1ool.
Mary Daniels, dancer in Ziegfield Follies.
Robert Bambrough, mechanical drawing teacher at E. H. S.
Raymond Brisco, famous banjo player and singer with Jeno. Goldkette
and his Book-Cadallic Hotel Orchestra.
Robert Carter, steel worker in San Francisco.
Walter Greene, chief projectionist at lndiana theatre.
Ralph Majors owns the leading undertaking establishment in Mon-
treal, Canada. '
Junior Miller, Chief Scout Executive of America.
Harry Clappcr, manager of Boston Store in Chicago.
Margaret Cox, dutiful, loving little housewife.
llarland Waymire, prominent farmer living near Elwood.
"Oh my, look how late it is. 1 must go or Bill won't get any supper."
"Yes, it is getting late. Come again some time and we'Il see what has
happened to the rest of our classmates."
'I' 'S' '2' 'Q' 'I' .
MARCEL WAVE C SL M -:J
+ lt will save you fussing with -5-
hall' that will not stay curl- Service
ed. Always simple and
charming are thc LeMur
GAS and onus iq.
P1 1 1. W t . . . .
mflamf , mfs a 4, TIRE SI+,R.VIt,.l+,
1+.TH1+.L s BILAUTY Ph, 29,
SHOPPE we '
'Q' 'G' :F 'I' 'C' - '-,
Page One Hundred Seven
,-. . ... ,W,v,-Y, Y , Y,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,
-1. ' " "reef
Q F W 17'X F-1-g.i.-'
E I ! -- ' " K ' GI T -::,-
h I5 - 'S' -15'-'IF E-- '3'
H1 HOME ERSHIA
,Q 15 - 22162932 21135 rr f ,
4- WJ PL .f , .-it ,.-'j'?',.,'r:'1f.-1-:. rffv' i vii!-3 , +
,rx N . ,A T sumo A Hom: 1,-23, .W L
V ,Aix W -, - 'ziigfgi A Home PLAN !y'Lj?flf"'Y E
, , 214- ,.-ff 5 , x-Lf f-f:Q Y T x
ff' WlW""L"'W ew A wr wc' ff,
'll xfilmtmz SAVE 5Y5T5"'A""CAU-Y Rlmik 7 5'
ww' 'ffgxz 1 '-'
,K N, J 'f 1, S- AmA sAvmcs Accou IM, fi?
N " XA Z" -' -af
Q N, f eulwmc o1.oAN srocx ljlw -5
fl..'7A'eX ri f
- rf -,Q ,
v r- oowmaour some LUXURfES Li 11-
1 lrnisg +
an mp ,.. 'J
4. 3711, '3- if-:
I R An. Lunnuzwul 'Ls
132 Phone 132
Winters Lumber Co.
, "The Lumber Yard With a Conscience"
ARTHUR E. BELL, Manager
A -5- -2- -5- -5' L 'Q' L
Page One Hundred Eight
-1' mmm! A
Page One Hundred Nine
av-Hn ----Y. ww .. Y v .--........ .-.,,,,v.,...,.,,.. , ,,,, ,,..,..,.,.n
'E-'IQ' ' 'F'-My- E - -fi fr
,Q -5 'Q' "I' -Fi- p -2' 'F
4- YEA! ELWOOD
'U' YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
ALWAYS 'Z' X
-0- -2- -G' 'C' -Q-
tflontinued from Page 553
After entering they had to struggle very hard to pass what was called Pre-
liminary Games. They succeeded, however, and continued on their journey.
One evening they were going along and suddenly came to a bank of
a broad river called the Riiver of the Finals.
Some were getting very tired but the captain encouraged them, and
they started, across the river. The waters were very rough and their boat
almost sank. The boat was very small considering the number of people
in it, which made another great obstacle. On the opposite side were two
landings, one directly across and the other a bit down the stream. They were
unable to reach the upper landing. Captain was leading them as they
climbed up the bank on the opposite shore. As he climbed up the hill his
head struck something hard, and on investigation found it to be a bag in
which there were ten hard objects. lt was very dark and they could not
detect what the objects were.
After climbing the bank on the other side captain saw the light of
I' -E, . -2- 15 -5- -5- - af
last. 1900 1928 " A
1 coMPLn'r1a INSURANCE SERVICE
'U' based on 'U'
Twenty-Seven Years Experience.
Frank E. lDeHority SL Son +
Opp. P. O. Phone 193
-3- -2- 4- 4- 2 'Lt ---W ,
Page One Hundred Ten
r' D ...ii-
"1- Q. QW-ill 5 -
l:I 51 ' me 4115 Y 1. - mi 'Tl
. ., 1 -
.,.. Quality Furniture
at Lowest Cost
-ln A Complete Display of Beautiful Patterns i11
LIVING ROOM - DINING ROOM
lu- Your Home Should Come First
A. R. CHARLES -1'
'D' 1411-15 W. Main Elwood
i 5' r.,.!fP 'G' JEL, 'I' F 'Q'
home. ,He said, "Come on boys, we will examine them when we get homef,
When they arrived, the first perso11 they met was Proud Coach. Ile
asked, "Team, have you brought the valuable medals?"
Without a word Captain opened the bag, and out rolled nine silver
medals and one gold one. The gold one had the letters "Captain" inscrib-
ed on it.
J. C. PENNY Co.
'U' Nine hundred and fifty-four prosperous department 'U'
stores in Forty-six states are ample evidence that the
Golden Rule in business is the best policy. From 0116
tiny store i11 Kimmerer, VVyO1T1.l1lg, this company has
become an outstanding factor in millions of American
'U' homes. 'U'
1 4' G 'Q' -Ce 3 -Q' -
Page One Hundred Eleven
-FQ mum L --'g ' -4-
au . - .-,i
. , 1 - .
4- 4- -:- -0- -of . ,
+1 Jay Grain Co.
Grain, Feed, Flour,
Phone 229 Q . .
i 'I' '
401 So. Anderson St. E ' Underwrltlngb i
l:l + YY Q
. Shuemakera Haynes 'I'
f -:- ' -n-
Did you know that they had radios 100 years ago?
4Oh, go on, donit try to feed me that."
Why Paul Revere broadcasted on one plug didn
1 Hugh Mellermitt-'
Giggle, giggle, giggle,
You can hear it any time,
Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle,
Yes, it's Mary Constance Stine.
UI have a notion to give him a piece of my mind."
tOh, no, don't do that, you can't spare it."
'D' -4' il i -is fi 'Q' ..-- 'QI
This space reserved by .
THE UNITED Faulstick 4
WOOLEN Co. 0
4 Builders of lb
HIGH GLASS CLOTHES , lu.
At Reasonable Prices , Contractors and Bmldets
L 'D' 'Q' 'G' 'Q' s ., 'I' e '
Page One Hundred Twelve
Q ,M - ,de - F
. A ui " ii-
g I A7 , 4' SQL --df ' --Z-'-.-Tai
' x.. - I ' -- -
'C' 'G' -2- 'I' 4'
Ln- . .
Commercial Service Co. 0
Anderson, Indiana 1
Binders of the Crescent +
'U' PHOTO ENGRAVING
'C' 'G' J. 15 , I 'I' I -IGI 1
Mr. Smith, in Physics Class-"What are some non-magnetic materials?"
Bonnie Harrell-'KOh, zinc, copper, wood, lead, glass, and well almost
all the boys in this room."
Ray Brisco-"No, that's not right, I'm attractive."
'C' 'h l V, 4' ,I 'I' 'Q'
A' 'Q' 'll -5- -G' 5' '
Page One Hundred Thirteen
vfppq , Q-,.. t- wr . V V ,, -,. v-,-W--YV.-,v f-,.f- -yv-,P ..-1. - V ---.Y..k
Q in - ....." .- 'ill f
H- I 'Y , rf 'H .L , ,-Ag ' GI
1 'C' - 'Q' if fl..-. ,N 'Q' ---- 'C' -
lwood Candy Shop
"Elwood's Most Popular Place"
JT.: 'G' 'I' 'S' 'I'
Cheer up 1'lI'6SlllIl2lll-uTllC simple are preserved."-Psalms 116.
Waylie King-"Do you know why frogs eroak?" i
Bill Brogden-UNO, why?"
Wayne King-"Because they ean't live forever."
Louis Sullivan-"How can I drive a nail without hittinff In finfver?
ze .Y an
Sam Gardner-HJust hold the hammer in both hands."
'IL . Ii' W 1El-- 'C' 'C'
Safety First'-Send It To
Royal Garment Cleaners
1519 E. Main. Phone 13
4 Harold BI'lll1II16II161', Mgr. 4.
-:- -:- -:- Q -:- -:- '
Page One Hundred Fourteen
ra A . .hrs
. 2 . 5' ki-T
T Aww-A t l '17 i 4d .. ,-H . f'
. s K- " ' M I I -
4' 'I' .':',, ,, .--A
. , .
Afhllng' Alilkhllll' 4Xl't'Ulllltillg1'
t10llIlll0l'i'i?l1 Law 1:04lkkll1'0illtL1'
rv 'rw '-
lt'2ll'lll'l'S ll'2lllIllIg' f'0llllJ1UlllPf0l'
1 lvll 5l'l'Vll'4' c'
AI'iHllll01il5 SEIIOSIIIZIIISIHD Railway Nail
II 1'o1'l'4-spomlm-uve El'0ll0llliCS ZHIISHIOSS Fimlllvm-
II 0i'i'iw 1't'zu-iivo liusim-ss Aflnxinisfratirm
You May VIIUUSI' Your Own f'0lllSl at the
Elwood Business Cmlllege +
lflslfblyg South A Streete
lyllfillt' 156 Elwood, IIHHQIIIH
" 4' ':' 'IL 'Q' 'C' "'
Page One Hundred Fifteen
.ill n ' ' --- f'
QQ , -Q -,ia 412- mx
'C' 'I' 'L' '2'- 'C'
Mobleys Cleaning Co. 4'
-D "One Day Service"
H011 South A Street" .Ph 1 842
. o 10 .
Sporting Goods, Alito Accessories, 1926 E lwaiu St. 3+
Musical Instruments. 1 ' ' - -
1 lulwood, indiana
'U' .4 NMARLINS ,, When we are thru,
on bouth A "mem I They look like new.
- 'Q' 'I' '2' - 'I' 'Q'
Giles Hiatt-",lI0w's your radio?"
Harriet Gavin-"Rotten, Every time
:md butts in."
Freshrnan-' A I dunno. "
-lunior-"I didnit get the assignment."
get static, some station goes
Senior-"So much has been said, and so well, that l can shed no further
light upon the subject. '
Miss Thurston-"How many subjects are you carrying?'y
Chauncey Frazier-"Carrying one and dragging three."
A 'S' 'C' 'Q' 'G' 'I'
4, LOOK YOUR BEST' ELWQQD Q
F' G l t' .
Have Ytiiiir rlilliiiialifliritircellecl,
4, Uall 25 for An Appointment. Safe, Dependable Service- 4
Alfred T. Garner, Mgr.
BALCONY BEAUTY SHOPPE
N ll M D ll
'zNs:a.a.. 1 Ca 326
A 'Q' 'C' 'FM' . 'Q' 'Q' --
Page One Hundred Sixteen
Q. ITIUIII -
f , ...g,z.:,.,i F
ig " L -4si+ ' 12 N
.,. 1 b V 'I ' i. .
'D' 'G' PIL, ,. .---
We Invite You
As Young Men a11d Young Women you
ean do nothing to better i11SLl1'C your future
Welfare than to affiliate with a Good Bank.
We invite you to niake use of the ain-
ple faeilities of the First National.
This bank offers you every banking
facility offered elsewhere with the added
protection of National fi0V61'll1110llt Super-
vision a11d Membership in the Federal Re-
First National Bank
+ -:- -:-
' 4 e One Hun
-V' mruml x
Ani' 1, L
f , ..l a
byl 1 -I -L+
El 'F V A--.i T 'ul T.:
. .P ' '
-Q 1 .
'S' 'C' 'L'- 'CL 'C-
LUJ lGa'ron, ii'1'a11o, and Piko Stationery
Aro oxvc-110111 2lSS01'tIl1C1ltS of white
linen finish paper.
xvitil Envelopos of Fashionablv Uni.
4' Kute and Conner Drugs
'C' 2' -5' , -5' ii, 'S' 5-1
Nod Hiirmi-C'Did you know tlwre was going to be ai dance' at Tho Un
station tomorrow night?',
lN'Iargar'vt Tayloi'-"VVl1e1'0 is it? L0t's go."
liob-"Two Trains 2111- going! to ciiHl1'i0Si'01l.U
'S' 'I' '2' 'I' 4'
New York Welner Stand
. Hot Hainbnrgoi' 5c'
Coney Island 50
0 Ive Crcam Sodas
Phono 424 1531 Main Sf.
Page One Hundred
QL V 'Q' ':' A 'I' 'Q' I
4- J. P. Carpenter Coal Co.
J. P. Ca1'pe11te1'.
AIJFICRATION SHOPPIC lo
Ethel F. Moore
-l- 117 South 16th Street Phone 922
' 'G' ' 'IL ,, .df -- N F ..'C'
Wilmer Morris-"Say, Mr. Huff must not be here toclay, I ll2lV0llyf been
1-allell to the office."
Mr. Ashton-"Are you going to answer my question?"
Joe Beatty-"l shook my head, 'no'."
Mr. Ashton--"Well I Cillllt hear your head rattle clear over here."
Edith Jackson-"lf you smoke, you will get a tobacco heart."
Joe ll'l0l'l'lS-HTll0ll it l eat sweets will l get a sweetheartll
'Q' -1- .-'F M. 'S' 'Pi
A Quarter of a Century of Fair Dealings
0 I l ' 4
4- Uld Enough to Be Reliable Young Enough toBe Progressive +
J' -'WF' -:- wa- ii' i or ,-e- .
Page One iguxlrecl Nineteen
K' , e
' I 'QF 'C' 'I' 'I' 'I'
Congratulations to class of 1928
+ And +
The Crescent Staff
'I' 'r1+1As COFFEES CANDIES 'U'
'Q' 'Q' ':' 'C' 'Q'
Bud Kluinpp-'4Come 011 Izzy let's go for a walk."
Isabelle Lewis-"Will you promise not to kiss me?',
Isabelle-"Then I guess I'l1 go with Miles-he said he wouldn't pro-
Charles Snodgrass--"Did you read that story, about the Scotchznau
and his oatmeal?"
Helen Wiekard-"I never read cereal stories." Q
Miss Minnick-HI don 't suppose that any of you ever did anything to
preserve our vast forests."
Ray Berryman-"I once shot a woodpecker."
'C' 'C' 'Q' 'G' 'O'
The Elwood News Depot
4 Extends Best Wishes to +
The clss of IQ28
y -- ha- ,E I-1-., -:- ' -of 'ry
Page One Hundred Twenty
' H , f. .
I I 'Vgll i A15 LY S '-fi-' A
m,,, ' -
'Q' 'Q' 'U' 'U' 'Q'
Tl11'0l1gl1 work Well doneg lu'
'lll11'Ul1g'l1 a measure of sluccessg
'l'hrough goals reaehedg
'l'hrough ldeals realizedg
. . V . -U'
And so our Wlsh for the Students ot
That you may a
out to dog 4,
' attain your ambitiong
That you may sueeee
eeomplish Whatever you set
l'hat you may
d in Whatever you un-
And, saving regularly will help you
Th e Elwood Trust Company 4
1512 South "A" Street
o e 'I' lil! or 5' 1 'D' l
Page One Hundred Twenty-one
-1' I ' l i. '4-- f'
nl ,Q F, t l- ,L . T45 ' GI
:gel -:- -:- -9 -:- A -af
L The Colorful Kitchen
Is More Than Stylish-0
It is Inspiring!
'D' it .- .4-' if' 1- 1-H -1
I' ' 'I I' . . I .'I
- ew Z -f'-1 HWS tif'
153 32 'iii iii
- -. 5" .... .iii '45
4, . is ,.
,e t"""-M, E13
Q 0 fm -n H A
Surroundings have every-
ining to do with our dis-
positions. Consider the
woman who Works in a
bleak, cheerless kitchen.
How can be she bright
and cheery? How can her
kitchen duties be inspir-
ing? What she needs is
a bright, colorful, garden
spot of a room.
That is Why the 11eW, sty-
lish, colorful, S e ll e 1' s
kitchen has so quickly be-
come popular. It met a
crying need in thousands
of homes. It has literally
transfigured countless Weary Women by bringing sun-
, shine and joy into hours that Were often irksome.
QHJ Sellers, through the new, colorful, stylish Kitchenaire,
' offers a very simple Way to make any kitchen beautiful.
Fl' KITCHEN CABINET
f ON CONVENIENT TERMS
+ R. L. Leeson 6? Sons Co. -2-
ETCT' 'S' 'C' ei' 'S' ' 'G'
Page One Hundred Twenty-two
-V' mmf A ,-
f- - - fmt?
Q' W N ' iz --lg? f'
ag I ' me 5 .. -.L gd - qi 'lil-:it
' V gn - ' Azul
Page One Hundred Twenty-three
fs ,.,4.. 4.
- "---'11t.Q ' 5' S
' 'F 'C' -'I' E.- , -'C' -
.,. Builders Supplies F,
. A. LEWIS SL SON
.ul ljl1Ul1C 29 403 Su. A11d01'so11 St. 'ul
'C' 'I' '31 'C' 'D'
Soph.-"What makes Mr. Smith blush?"
Mrs. Kute-QAs sh? wirvcl another button on Mike's vestj-"See if you
um lillllglll that offf'
'IL S6 -'I' 'C' 'I' H
TRY Consumers Coal Co.
4- 'U' -n-
'fFo1' a Square Deal"
for I I
L. E. 62 NV. and 22nd St.
'U' Billiards, Candies, S1110liCS.+ phone 32. 'D'
l -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- '
Page One Hundred Twenty-four
ig f ir
,I-,-. -:Qe,-W,.r.41-,ar earefzfr war-:-:br 4- ,,
+ Edgar M. Clark -:-
Open Every Minute in the Year E ,
F' Phones 108 f 641 'P
- 'I' '21 'S' 75' -X
P O Hundred Twenty f
Qag iw fa
,M ,W 'F 'zr1:L.
- -5 12- w:- -Em-. 2:-
+ Elfwood 4
+ Lumber Q
+ Company +
E -U' 'D-
+ 'C' 'I' 'C'
-F' flflhl x ,,, g
f , f
.,,, , 'ZI
,E 'Q' 'I' 'O'
ln Fred C. Aldendorf
4 1532 'Main Street
The Store That Quality Built.
"' --..EP 'I' -43. B 'I' F 4'
Mr. Kratli-'tWhat thought passed through Sir lsaae Newton s lu ul
when the apple fell on it?"
Otto Willkie-"Glad it wasn't a brick."
Bob Glover-"Whatcha lookin' at?"
Ardenna Cramer-"I love to watch your feet go. It looks likm 1 boat
Miss Koontz-"What are your last teeth ealled'!"
A Freshman-"False teeth."
'G' 'I' 'Z' 'Q'
Delicious and Refreshing.
H311HH,S Bottled Carbonated tl M,
.ul Beverages. f l ll
COCA-UOLA BOTTLING VVOR-KS
T 4- e -0- 4- .-:- 4 -Q-
Page One Hundred Twiefty seven
if- f i A -:- ,-F A
o 4- 'G' 'C' -is -Cl S 'if
+ S 0
4 , fjqfji . lu. Q
if Elwood-Indian I
Everything to Wear +
'fl At Our Famous
Low Prices +
'I' 'C' iii 'C' 'C' l
Mary Stine-QWhile visiting the farmj-L'Oh, what a strange looking
cow, but why hasn't it any horns?,'
Farinvr-"Well you sec, some cows is born without horns and others
shed theirs, and some we de-horn, and some kinds ain't supposed to have
horns at all. 'l'hvr0's lots of reasons why some cows ain't got horns, but
tho big' reason. why that cow ain't got horns, is because she ain't a cow-
she's a horse."
Q 'GI S+ Q-- 4: M--- 'I'
4-Geo. F. Booker MOU-YES ,,
GAS and OIL Sandwich Shoppe
400 South Anderson St. -ul
Ifllwood, Ind. 400 NVQ-st Main.
Q 'Q' 'G' 'Q' 4' S' 'Q' K
Page One Hundred Twenty-eight
'O' 'G' 4' 4' 'Q' I
JONES, PERKINS SL RHODES CO4
108 North Anderson Street
"Homes Furnished Throughout"
'D' 'QL , ,.'I'E -- 'F S -D-
Durmond WHHH-KAOII I'm so ha 1 mv whv can't evervbodv be ha J 'I
. y I. a . . . I Y
Carl L'9HVitt-CLWIIO is she now?"
City Dreg Store
Presc-1'ipti011s 001'1'CCf1Y Compolulded. e
O. D. HINSHAW
The Home of Duco.
'G' 'I' 'D' 'QI 3' E-
Page One Hundred Twe ty-n'n
Q Y .
1-Q W . ,E 1,
5, Lf , - .'-L' 1-a ' . 12-
'! -1- -4- C E -5- ..,. - -Q-
NVQ, the Members of
ELVVOOD MEDICAL SOCIETY
Hoartily endorse the
xViSh0S to the
4, M. L. PLOUGHE
W. R. PLOUGHE
I- U. SIGLERM
ld! N .A. LAUUERMAN
' R. N. FILIATREAU
'l'. S. OVVENS
Crescent and Extent
Class of '28,
G. V. N EVVCOMER
F. V. NEVVCOMER
H. VV. EITZPATRICK
W. H HOPPERHATH
W. M. HOPPENRMATH
-' -3- -0- ,,.-.ff, ,.......,..,...10.:., - -I-
Page One Hundred Thirty
lr' Q L i h t il Q4 - "- :ff
,W -e- 4- .-:L --.i.- -.:- -... 4- WL
O HIN V RTENC NTS.
"' W. Pg Wo W RT gp, 'i'
+ -il' -P17 'I' 'I' ---"1
Miles WlI1il1g'S-"LiWllfllS the best looking boy in the school, and why
Mr. House-"Use'your head! What do you think it is for?"
Earl W0I'li'll1g-NKTO keep my tie from slipping off."
" 4' 'C' , 4' 15' '5'
lu- ELWQOD CREAMERY 4
4. Superior lce Cream
-Jiri rrer ,rr 'D' or -JEL ,- 'IL 'I' I
Page One Hundred Thirty-one
af a - ,Q .7
Q' I r 4--L a t 1- -'FS
'C' ':' 'b 'Q' 'l' ,-
This is a hitherto unknown specie of crook, or a travesty
on words. lt is difficult to understand why dramatists
and story writers persist in making crooks appear so en-
g'agingr, so gallant in their manners, so considerate and
generous, such perfectly charming gentlemen!
And yet we are all crooks-in the sense that we are
often cheating ourselves! Every man is his own worst
L-neiny. Think for a moment. Frankly, now do you
Heat anyone else quite as badly as you do yourself?
Just one instance: Do you think enough of yourself to
put something aside regularly to take care of yourself
in the years ahead-to push on your plans of success and
independence? There are enough crooks in the world
to cheat you. Don't cheat yourself!
Vnltivate the savings habit, it is the foundation of a
strong' character, in that it builds up self-denial, will
power, and self-respect.
The Citizens State Bank
On the Corner.
Phone 12 Elwood, Indiana
Forty-seven Years of Service Witli Safety.
if 'S' 'C' 'I' 'G' -'C'
Page One Hundred Thirtyltwo
'V' Q, :mn dl- ' A ,-
al I :fiY AML ,Q Ti . Z7
I -5- -0- .4--- - MAE- 'Q' .-
M orses Candies Dillings
Rauclfs Candy Shop 4
"Best Candies i11 Town"
F1 Tobaeeoes 101 Main St. Magazines
-:- 2- -F' -:- -:- --ff'
lianker-"See here, what do you mean by over-drawing' your aceount?'
Miss Iliflllllil-HTl1l'1'0 must be some mistake, sir, for I still have lots of
checks left. "
R-ev. Uoinuelle-"You know, Harry Seward, when I read that piece
in the Fall header about you getting 96 on the liible exam., I thought that
it ought to be added to the list of miracles."
ft IC- i'2'i I+ I-53
ll Sl-IERIDAN CLYDE 'D
Real Estate - Health - Accident
4 Autoniobile Insurance.
15225 South A Street, 'ul
A- - - EQ' 4' -JP - 'G' 4' '
Page One Hundred Thirty-three
f- ,' r
Q l L ' QL lcigl' mi
" l- 'Fu f
'il 'G' 'Is IDI- 'G' -
Make This Store Your Headquarters
SERVICE AND QUALITY HARDWARE
The Elwood ,Hardware Co. is made up of men who have suc-
cessfully served many years in this busness, and who know best
to serve you.
Each year brings to us a. greater sense of responsibility to our
custoimers, because we know our success depends up on quality
merchandise, and the service wc render you.
We appreciate your continued confidence in us, solicit your
valued business, and cordially invite you to visit us, and make our
store your Headquarters.
Capital City Ready Mixed Paint, New Perfection Oil Stoves,
Florence Automatic Oil Stoves, Aluminum, Granite and Pyrex
Cooking Utensils, Chi-Namel Varnish and Enamels, Gendron Wheel
Goods, Nationally Advertised Tools, and a General Line of Hard-
The Elwood Hardware Company
Phone 98. ' 104 So. Anderson St.
'Il .V 'C' fl! JI' 'Q'
Lois Uetz-"What makes the salt shakerill'
Margaret Crouse-"Because it saw the spoon hold her."
Harry Smithful hardly know what to do with my Week-end?"
Mary Bebee-"I suggest you put a hat on it."
'Q' 4' 'G' -2' 'I'
-5- S ICASONABLE FOOTVVEAR
In the Latest Style
Richeson Shoe Store
Successors to John Faherty.
111 So. Anderson St.
4- ia- -:- -:- -e-
Page One Hundred Thirty-four
r ,' .g.?..-gf ,ff
TIQ' lg-gi l'-' ik ,-fig' wk
-:- 4- -:- -:- -:- -
+ Read The
'z' Elwood Call Leader ':'
.1 For All The News +
-'Q -'F' IQ: -1- 'Q' ee 5' Til
-1- Q FIHIIMI' Q ' H .. ' f-
. LY gun, ,, , I lf
H I - I ' E "' -.L - -E ' il --Qt?
'Q' Y-'Z' ' fir--- - '2' ...-- 'Q' ,-
Copher SL Fesler
'I' '5'-- 'I' 'Z' 'I'
Robert 'l'll9?llllll'1'S-Klwllilt is thu diff0l'0llC0 bm-tween a t2iXill91'llliSt and
Bud A10XHIIL11'l'-ALWCII, El fE1Xid6I'IIliSt skins animals?"
Louise McCa1'c-1-'AI wish God had made me a man."
Henry Nauman-"Ile did. Here I am."
-E -2- QE -2- -C-
., MILLER---KI MERLI G .1
HUPMOBILE or DURANT Cars
4- iphone :z4:sJ. 1424 Main st 'H'
-:- -:- -:- -:- '-:- n
Page One Hundred Thirty-six
'Q' if I N ,Eg 7-Ji ' Q -j-...:-:-'T
v.i-.- ' - ' ?l,1liAl-I-LI-L
-:- I he Challenge
The biggest challenge given to young and old is the challenge to +
the Game of Life. It must be played according to rules, and you're
never out of training. And the game isn't over until the Final
+ Whistle blows. We want to help you with the rules, and with the
game itself !
The First Presbyterian Church "'
4.6 4' JL, 'G' ' 'GI N'
Jay Carr-"Give an example of an absent-minded man."
Framen French-"The fellow who poured molasses down his back and
scratched his pancakes. "
Mr. Phillips-"Did you take a shower?"
Bob Hunt-"No, Is there one mis-sing?"
-o- 4- -:- 4- -:-
Ye-55' fy? may
':' fywwftdapvmowf i' ':'
,, cg aawafee '
C .s. TOMLIIVSONT 4
g 'Q' 'I' 5' 'G' f
R: 'Qi EY ' f- .,...
,- '31 'D' 'l'-- 'I' 'Q'
122 So. Audersoii St. Phono 519 'ul
1 od: 'U'
'C' Itllxyppit ." Indiana
. yn It 4,
Q 'I' 'C' also 'IP 4 'Q'
gag-nl, W -aloof 9:91 ug 743' V 'if -
Q For Efficient Serfvice i
fiUlll'tO0llS Tl'l'2ltlH011t and Delicious Things to Eat
i and Drink, Stop at the
t Elfwood Restaurant
Open Day and Night
1522 Main St. Elwood, Ind.
f Ji' 4' je- 'D' 'Q'
P ge One Hundred Thirty-eight
E 7 q - J' I C g
01' , ,
I Q. , , p 4 A r
, A, 8 f H WAI' '
a Q ivfwvwhwfwv-wff'
gi? ' ,V -'-ff .',q5Ka,,, L,y , ' . V 1, - Q
X ,, ,. , ..:',!L:5,rk 7 X
U i llfpgfmu-77K '
if :Z f!, fini' J .
69? f ?9f 0Q+bQ7WwLLJ'
GZ Eff l'
3 fy: ,G . u
I , 7 'f'q'1L'14qYJ
???? -? -. 5JQQKL5fgi
W EMMA 1 is
I ff f
'Q' 'i v ' jg!
I - 971- ' ,
P. I ' 53, - XX3f fl
Q Q xg f
jbyujab-YQJCAS Q lj
' - N v' 2 " .A
- , , ,,,1, M
' 3 'WWWW' I
. ' OCX' 1 ' E .
. b Z :xii lu, Q ' 'QQX
1 X K ' ,-'. , , V, " .1 :v ez ' Y.. '
. 1 x' K A 1 I V .
- .Av-fx13iE..vaL-2abf'LtfIi.:' uJ'a'vP1Mv: .ins
. , . ,, fa
Q' 0 9
ff? J 9' W'
XSQELQ X9 gfw M lfm
, Q -ax
U jbix Dj!
. V . L , 3 .. A
A - ,ge .-J ' Jf'1-r, 15- 93 .. , ,, f A 9.33" . ,, ,A
N-of M ' ffl' Af .1 ' .N '.'ff,:.f'
-4l4fJmTI.'mHH?c4f.fQ44.A:w1.iQiY 2Eff?5fff?t, if . Ll.,Se?ififli.',?lLf
JW' f -Lib
N 'W 'qu-goggjg
A ff 3
, . f . - ' 511 I JA f
af -W N - 4
. r , ,Tm
, M REQ? I . . V V by
V ,gh B , .
V 4, N-,
6 '12.KN.zR gf W
4 . ,
ij.: 4 ., . V
' -Wg., '.,, Q- Af I 4 '
gn mg W Q Az
, ' C3 'H-bfi' Agri Boyer
, I 6 ":z9"?
-X 'W f'Zf , X ,
,u fl ' QLDQ ' d ff .
. f- E W
- MQW wgqelffff
Q X 'Wg X 'ijf wW7VVQM
x X fill.-,i.fZ'??' 'R ffxmgy B' www
NWC- Q Gig?
Q E My My
C . 62, my X'
A my MQOXZQ
2.vf'n5x o ,,
This book belongs to :-
lion 'gif .ff-f
?n563!f W xlgjpgn
XL!! K 'I f, ff
yfgfiifnyff H211 ff? ' FJ 2
Jfjjjf 5 7 if
' T' ja?-fhnj, X 1
f fix .
NX . ,
t 1' 9
. Wk, go?
so N Nw
V W w E' X rv
f J 9
:Q 1 , CY jplwfqlggb x
Q X 7 mol Q
ga M 0,51 Q -
o KKK? , 1 LAT
w H VV A -JV ,. .Q :V 'sf--4 A MA V- - 1 -
. 4 p . A , ,MA . .- ge x , Z3 ,Y . A ' A
"J, '. "'... ', .."Vu"'?- A." VC , "1 T1' ,.,- . A 'V',,.i',-"' --, ,,. mr -.5 'g -15' A"g,'A..4,'I",.-',, -7 , A"W,L Q V, V' .,.
:wr Af A -, V pf F - - '
'- 'u:'Ae'V:4,n-X jvw ,,-Sag:
1421, , -Q, -Y ' a,q3A?uF - -149,-... A ., ,V :VI
A 6,-V w Vi z,-.wifi iI.if5,i2?if!T4f-'- - A 2 ,Y .A
b -"iv J' , ?f?f::a'f 3 w
A Q A ma A. ,
H- ,MA 339
A -V V-,M QA ?
in f V' '
3- ,. V i' 'A f. am
tim- 7"'y. -'iw-Y.r"': A A
WM. U 3391,
+ grvafg'-15A-VL we J
In f-ww 'X .. w
W "W ' 4?
.39 If iwwv '
'M K A
51-13' tiff- -3' 7 -1
W-4 x M319-' '
in ' 'H
, A. A .
nb a.,-fN A,j w g
w - 'she 1 VA V A an-,J 1- A
- V S QVL QE V Q 5 ' X M
4. QYSQTJ I' . A--N g 23,52
' " V A sr A
. . . A A A ,A .51-ww ' 11,6
AA gi A 1 V ,Af V 2 . - -4 A: V- ws, a e-:V 'Sf' ' - kg ,ig A, 1,
25354 -'J ' I 3 fw, ' ' -V WH'
g,a-555 can A: Ag V -gif? ,g if , A, .. A
- M . 9-1 "
if f ' fm wf"m,A .,
if52n.iE. - 1 A, -1 NJA. ,A- +L,A,,' f, 5
g -nf ffmi' .A-. A+., -' A Af? r
iw- fi- 11. fr V 3-?i5'f hffff-2 A a '
A41 'A 364 VA. , W Tiana-fl fa ,.Aix,if:.A ' SVQQTH
V .. A V .. A, . VV-kg--V--M-,L
5331--..if'ZiYH3. ' A
A A AA QA A, AA AA AA A H,
3345 -- V f i g A .4--f - -gm - ,A A+ v ..
-5 I pp '. -5- -,A ,AVL-H, -.-wg-V I , ,,
-- Q x 14 -Vf - Q - . Fin:
g 4 1? ,gmiif NE V V V - Y
' - V
.,,'9'f'f,,,, H f ifffigl-Q ima? :f-- fmvial-A :ay,.'?.:m-f-in-as
--A-V A 1-.A ':,, -" gg: 7 -' '-fqf'-- ' Q,
2555-fi:-fs--eff -5Hf'?5m3f 2615- -A
V- 1A :ig
x 4 M5 'ff
we H KW
A E- 4 ,AQ fn. 5' Sykgi , li A33
-- 1 v . ' -A5-AT?-VA-I
at :A 'Fi5'v"" ?- V 1
W. ,. . A, ,A A
,351 im'-A..w -. -..N --V +6 eff,-w
S-f22w1f13ffVK U2 2 ifjiwt ?i4g.--11,423 2- ,WNY ti,
A g any A. AA-.Wm ,
x W. V -'i-me .,gV--fu WB- 1-, V-saw -: - '-Ai.,ff' .E
gqvqy 4-,AW - 3355-:A iw 5 , 'j"'wf'V-T H x i, " "A-r "' '
wg, A Ms- .- if -V
M Avg, . ,A m A, if.
VA ,A . 912 4
. ' A
f 'A .-.mx
A Uv, AV XV. - , 'A-,7-A -4- T, A I
1, 'g ilt
A "' QW- l l 3 L55-A T' zV rf
Jig Eb U25 4
5' 'X 4 . . A fi x,-5 " iff +2
f elf? X -
' ' f ' f igliigii-Ei:
VM. - -.
am i. f 1 AV L A wffww-
3 3111- -2 QA- QQ 4- , S. .V , za, V-jf,:.f
-gA,Vxgf.,,fA if , -,Q 1,
-sw Q- :f--Ag, 1 . '5.:,gA1:.w.v :XA l
.jf-z MT. if 3,
A, f N, ,uw AA- G
'Ke v f .- :jak QV
K I - 'A '. gggr
, A -Qing? ,Q lf ,S .fVigf,,.g3-A . A . . A
-3.,:rVVVA A 'E .-,x
A , A , 5 ii A,
gif Ae 1:25-: .sg ',,yA.m .hgil fb
: ful ' '- yr- - ag 'QLAA-gg A-QV A A -A
' 'g :W-A 'Aff Vffizf-V ,Ai
- ia V. Jia - V fg - g 1-fi, -P5 W- ki ' -
V" Q. f. 9 -N..-Mn-31 QQ sr
,Q gn Y
'J '-V' .V-As,-f .- 'f
5, .A x .S 5' 35' ,
A A V - - ff?
0 N. v
Y, 2 b fx
N53 V+ -85, 43 A., Aix, 5.55,- M - A A.,
4 493 : ' Q '
A :A 'sq , A V - Af. A.
-, - ' A " -"la w-. LF? .A V ,
X -f. if 'ww -ff ' -y y? ,-13353 A v-" u n 2 gk? , A U ,
" 5 ' " X ix ' " 12252 " 71 - ' '-
' V .:-Q,-f?ifL :As V R L - gy 'wi
if Nw- 5:-A. ,L,5'S,-.-- ,Af-T 3 ?1Vi.f-af-: -- AV. ., -. . f 1 -
A. 14 t Q - '- w 4 I H
' " '
. 'T l Q' 3.
: ,,-' J A' " 'F Z'
- AA A
-AA A A U H .F
K Af? 48, ' :'- ' '
fyp. Af. L. A-ss, M ' ' au 1, A . , V .J,fm.- ,A uhm, .V ,V-9' A1 L :ff
535- ' YKFFS Q3'a-ta-.H-Y f-fifvfimlipflvi' -Q .I V2-iw Vg- 214:
4 3+ JT PM ' '4'
- Q-ea - -f - V
MH .V A. AQJSMAA A M A . f-,VA
M 1' Q' 3 f' SL- -milk
A A V. A- 1- -, A A. FA .,.V-A., AA .. V- A,-AV: -,: gpm- Q , A- wh. .V
Q63 .. 1--
,V . A. ,A .Q-
A - ,- i n '!if1f4?E-Q-A
3 Gr Q .gh-.Mi
, 9- .5 '
V- ifivw -1-Qi-41 if-an
-3' .--555 Tv
, L' A X' ' ' W I' r w ' 1. 'Z' V'
A, , ., 4 f , img? x .?I:
" 4 c , A 5' Q I, if
4' 'Q-Ti ii-3'
3 -251-L55-1-:Ari fair
A 4fg 22V-si -fix 2' ,
-,415 - wa figs 3 V 5-Augri -
Y M -5 Q M
ga fisxs 9119? Vi.
,, A Al , A A
egg g gi '45
, A ,A - 91' A 512 , V A .33
ii wg :A A VA Q 3.fiei,4 A AA- ap i
3 S? 1 1-,,v"' 143' '2 ' 1' Q ' V V V A A
A, Y ,
wa' "X ' "
. . "M A 1- -- arm
A 1 'f"33'A"g -af ' 'Q,.72'f 5, VM- ' E1-'14 -, - , .HA +'5g:-" ' . ' 3 .'
Q--gh-1 ' ,A 1'1'::ff:1 ff 'K A Aff? I ', LL, ' a Q '2'f,A?-' siV:5P'AfIf-is - 1 ,.
ui ' X22 H : -.--WAV-2w,?:4FQg1' u ff 4'
-ie.-,:Vf.,,. .gifgf us' ,A ' lggag.-eM2gf zp fifvug, 5, , A ,
, .,..-iff: A- rf A 1 3, A A . ,AA Jtmvg A- I-2 ., - Vg A A
gn AV, .K , is,-Rl - Mi'-iffy? AV 4,551 J -gfV:.5gx?-fgyrrgi 35'ii,A351.A5?.V.:,V'AV ,EA figs! A r
M f' fs-is-I-.fn-VV--Q?-gi-2 f f- :Q -
V 2 Q! 1 v PV:
S 5 est-s Q3-3
5 Q Hg
.,,. V A ,A A A AAA A A
2- 1- 2 V ' 1 A. '1 1V 'N 'A V QA- M wi - ' if ' A
,A ff-A 5 AVI- 4 '- -A A A-if-.15 A: -' , 'SMT1' . .via '4-5 V SJW'-' 21- 1 "W 1- -'-P.y'- :V :5'f"'J'V" 'iff ' '
V- A- :KA lAVG,fT'3f 1 A lj? -1 555,332 r gig ,ff jf ' fe? 'P QW' '
. ,. A, H- 5, .51 TJQ V W - V . iigwiw' wi pg, 21
34' Y "-'Mp :A R515 A - HH' i?f2,s-u :P 1 uf- A- eq". FW fi 1?'i1"w' -aiify., Q L
' X Ea : w,.g-- - ' mmf, 5: Tm-.SQ ' 1 ,aA2if' -2: -+ -A sg V Q
- - -1 f
'WV L in Wi' 'LA 'fi-fswi' 'l 3--fg ff"k-h'3',-5 'f 1" ' "fir tv . ,VY 4 ' P
Q r mi
'x A-my ' 'Qgwg-X gen.-
Q ii, ff -
V We M. A. ' M-A:.f'
'IZ a 6 4 fa is five
-aw ww Q, -R ,Q
f A '
VCA' A -S '
-A f-41 .533
. ',' ..1 r ,i Q
' 5.3 xy
'E .A-sf -' I V Af - A
A ,V iff? Jiiv-39Fl3?35f5" - A V
A f W 1 -SEL
A ' ff'
'iii ' t .A NA 3 'way
if 'QJQIEW' ' Steffi," 53-,Lf "C , 1'F.,l' 7555 A i 3 7 15- , LF-Qrfr' , "'11'V A Wino
X HA ,A 'gl iiagba-ggi!-Gs? Q ' .
Vx-, x , :yi V 4- ,Vw A 5--W
M V ,J 'A " 5 if X543 4223! lj, 3. Q33-
.-li. V A -- V :ww ar' A - A Af ..
i:5Vp?4AVg 5 2 4 N ' 1
- ,,,, V A. A, A .. -AE ,-
Ju ,-O my -,Q Vx,- ,X .Ai Q !,g'5QQ5,3
th N . .. Q . 9,359 ., . FSE!
a .-:Q ,Q-,A
'-1 -.A A'
- 1 .. ui' A
' '52 Wai: 'A
A 4- 55,5
'i A" "'-3' -I
4 ' 'A 7, ff X12
Q -f- Q-
V 153 :
A Ae -3-7 A
A 3, Qgi, .W 55,53 P g,A,,f
' M 5 -3'-N WY- 'ff QW
an N N765
A ,,, , A KM..-A. A A, 1. A 1:5 YA , bmw.,
n 'B 5: a'wM" '
8.5 " ' '
, S A ,A mt . A
A :,,. ,M .
:A 5 -- A. A , A. 1, Af, V. -vi V .A A -'1t'a:A-
5WL7Z,3,f'iVgV, if 'V .- 4. V.,-,! 5,1
7 , ,
' 1 f
E IRWY ',h' 'JT' - -U J fp- .Lib I ,A M fi? vga' ai.
f TL --
94 Y 7
1 Q5 've awgywxgavf 3 wr! fi,-2 vw M' -1.1 Zi-1 - ,311
Kaffe iygx e x 3 ly- M Q is
W wins, ie if
dl ,,v"51i9:'1T' V ',jii3"' QV V iz. ZW., ff: 5.112
2 J V,w'w'1'Af--'t : AV ,J -V H, ge' :ni MA- " 13" A- X- ff
A f' 595552 'F-,fzfff 42 iril ' -9142-
-- : iv '- A-V+- 3.- -f-:AF 3' - '
'W 'Y V ,AAPQM 'V wVzl-.ff'v:-z'-- fab?" -- 1
L sl- 1' 5 '
AV, :wi 331511
My A f' iw' 2 Hg. -ii X- .V
Mwst' .-7 V- Q V 'G A -EVN'-rr M, Sl ,
54-fesiiifl-f "3 f--":?4f? :s-iVf,fV1- iff? if
Aff? 3 'A'
H: ,ig Ugg.-fiwfa ,AV my A, .A A, A -
3 -gigxi 'fi f' gg ffgfei:Ag:??vm:-'5 ' -A "
" V , R . -
- - '
v ' Q '
"Aix: - fi filif
', V, .A A A
34 ,A .
"g:fr, , ,
-x A ,Q
iff ikr'Ji-2 l i
Y' 4 '
f 34 3-.fu A
,"?5iTLL'g,a . iw 'TH-
. .4 -- 'L' A iw
'fs ' -131"1A'-J'f'F".' Pm L, A V gf,-2 :Af"f+1s'2'
P3 33,-SY 'iiM-'i 5' f' 13325
Q2 if-S ' .".
' 11 "
gi ' A
' f AAf:fQ.A- - 3 V
10--9. K1 9 Y: ' 'V -'I AMVAT' 'H Z . :ff I QA 1' f :gm 5 Vi. ' 52
-,xA A J V . g g: A ,lp 5,5 57.23-x'1-j5f,',-' FLTA Q-,fji Q A "W ,ww u gly' , Agri. FV-.ga-Ahgfw 73 4.39 2323.9 M
1--'ff- 2: 'ff -A-1 " f Vw 'L-. - . 1 - .F 'fi' . 'R A -NA -.QS -Y f 1- gg ' 'A-QiQYff'rA -'A '-1Vg-3-1 ak-'H f ' , mA . ' Q, 1 -:-fm 5
1--m i -' ' iAq:A f- ,M-' ,zA.f-f, - gp-'f A - EVAW'-:'-135 f--E V. JH-:egg 'fi 533-1-ffrgj, "'-gb. V
A5 1- . vp-HV AA V- " ,A ' J V -- . g?t,wA,V3,A1ag-M' 3 ,- A ' .,.:3 s . .- 1 g. ',,u. AA. T .V 2 A-gh .AA-1 fry- 1: V 2,5 ,A , X A
' .- '- -- """':'-.1 " 1: f - J-- -- V- 5 '-QV-:law -' Sv' A. -215- as'+ff'-M - Hi 5: -- V: A 'df-AVHMV' M- fr F' I
v H '52- f f -5' 115- if----' FY' A 1- ig--fV"fV -' ' .,' eV11VAwg57F" 'firffi f T-
f+ VA -21, "A I p Vf'f'a,w
gms' fr Ji KJ-'ef ' . , A A 4' 1- V . ,QA A '
' ' ' ' - -a ffix ?:LL fr
N A 93? but 5:51-1,5 is-4 WWF " A H5-
3 -- A
W N 4, gg? 1. " W' 'ff 'Q N -P 3
X 5 I ti as Y J Q
,, 11-WA 'Wal " it wif. is :A AA Elm-1
3 S53 U .H 41 1 'Nj u- 'Ulf 1 -ii 1+ , .
ii f ,. l ,rn gh N Q, eff yf I 5. A ,N A,
,gf-fe' VS' V ' ' 1 ,V 'sf F ' ff:
1 1 W x f V
4 25 w E63 xg' Win If v n"'i. I 1 12 8, Q as
11-,A " aff!
A EKW gf K Q T1
'L jf Ikea 'R
4 af 2 H Y.,
m 'KK K' .gk gig Q 'gg QL wi, Q ii Aww I
1 ' fr? A AG
gp : " an
ww ,A Wt 5, W -1
. 'H- 'W ig , 124 Q' 27-511 -, AA A , A,
wh "fy ,fwfr . "g".' Sfeufw
K--Q ."fWf, 2 w an,-'2 -bg--pk Ag
V - -- ' Pi' filislf
AAMQ.. , 3 A
,iq V Lev-Vfxgf f AQ yi Aga.: H Q. M
- 1 A
- 1-'S 1 " A
. J SH 5 NU3
' -- A' effwl cf- -
vi: 3, AA EA J ATVQ, .
' 51 -1
'kv M - V -fmt N.. A,-:A-M ..f,:V,NgA- V V' A: --
. ma . -g ,Ai .r-hir. F 1'-A 2554 Avy,-n' 3.3 ,wg
-5,2 ,Wg ,- ,1 ff, LV Vffxr, gif f- V ' Af- w -V 5 ag? AQ , 5
. .6 219 'f 1 A -- F 'ff fa' A- ,QJ-1,A1 Vw Q
E--43 ' 42 . V 14-3:-'Q -M.-If-:Q --
V rf-'ff-f .ff bw'-.r-WA 1 A ' .1 H1 Lf' 'A-?."" ' 'Lge A
if A A , gf ip? , 5 '-
W' '1 ' 'Q 1,gfl1"- 1: "-- Sq-Y'?,V k .i,E,V't .Q ' .L-.
ix. V- f , - A w ? A 1,,:.r- Vw,--.U '-15+ V. - Ay . v
Ar. ll L A ,A M- ,.,A,4.,,:-:-wg-YL' mg..-.-'.,A,:,hy?,Q 1, Qi .
k '4 ' X ' -"" ' wi' 'f'-g'g1"xi'.1iT1 15,42 -A A i fgf-
-1 1' - '- .vw
il 3.1134 ff' ' "7
-ev E: f
X .A A ,5,A',i,!-AV , AlL,v,u:y,,- g
-V ?g,,yA-VA, l,Agf,..QA . 145, cg lj, Q
1 1 ,V , Q 9
M my R uf 1 9 I Q
ef- 2 A
' wma- -' ffi f'-7
' fm, V '
" " - Q, - 'Jag'
K g'i'z-QQ' iff- '1 Ii
Q A .A M . -
, Ax' , A
, N AA A
-f - Q . 5, ,rf-A A15
21' 21: T V- 'wx
mx? , ,AAK'f,V,A f, A .
A Ly-A 1 V , V -
4 ag -' h-' ,
gggfwafi. gg. Ay
-F Z, -5'
' A we-1--f?5f5Q ' 'lzl
Ag :V - - ffikf
A L, :nw fix. ' S H may
' 2 .1 V W, iff V2 A.:"
5 '5 Q'-in Y '
' - ,q,?,-A-2:
A- ' '?- if f fb, ,QQ ' fig Ee. ' ,
V .A My V' 5,1 -..w-A, ' , -,
, X . Cn
, -- W -Eff-A-ff-55? -vw
ut: X - ff yi: LU., -55,
I A 1? Vip if
'f-w V+' 35.-,As
' V , - Vg X' 1 '51 ..A", ,, '
Riff- -Y 'V
N fi. ,M
Tiff a' v , A g -1 A i
W 1 A., Jn. .
-l , fi if KM
v p ! A A 3 A
:V A-. A -A 5?-fi.
5, Q X37 f- ,Q --EAW-4 4: ',,' W
js j , V1 'L ,jg 21 . -
X A 1 ' '35 f 'F V55 .,.- -V." 'i-5 .9
i v Q3 1
A 4 v ,av
'ff' ff AE., A' L:--1- N-
' 'f : A.1,,-QV fl QV. El.. V F, " " A. . ' L, ,L ' VL A QQ"
WSL, 5, ,A A... q,-34,-AA,,g.f.. A A 5 A fli g iig -- A,
was - -V A V11.- 1 2 VA - , -- Q.r , ,1,-4--
-Af i .i Aqzff- .Vox -3 H - .-4 AS: 'f 1: ' fr-' afwf- xy - ,bf 1-V 'A 1. f
2 gn A i gif? 41 4 ,ww 3f4ia Mfg, if
.. ,Q Y AA A, ,AA.,A, . ..A uf A ..,.,
A - mv.: 1' ifq ff A 2,952 'ff' ' qi, ,ff fy
'F 11. Q' 1" "k-:' 1 -' A' 'T-ld infix' 'E' Z V -Q' 1 AA AF' " A. ",,f' JM ffl, ' 1 A-
5 ew lim- f.-A .Vu f?1,'S-"RFE kg? .fag AA pf, A, 33555-gV rfe,i, wr!'ggy,f
' wife' i'Wikfi" 5
ww 4 ' :riff '56 'c '-'5f'3""1f
wi 55 ' 5- -- -f ..g -Yigilsifvz -w -.841---,QQI 6155. gpw,-5 f5,Q,L,'2A gwjrg'-115
A AV A- ,
as U 1. .... 2 u 4.3 1 at YY H Jr, , iv M, WBT! A 5 if R ga,
A Af-3 A-if
- ' - .. ml -' A .
- gf,-LexA 3, w-1'
af,-vii i'-Q-if- f '
gm - A .A ,AAA
if?-f V..V 1
x- Q x Q nf? fx k
Q ' Y K
A. AA. M A A A-- .V A
' 2' 'Q Q' IR. ft: if '- " fff:afga ."A g.v-gk? . ,
K ' an -- Ag-
-Q 'gf '
, . .V .4 A. ,- V4 A. - 5 -. ge-1 A,
'V 1-371. 714' fi,-f' 'm il --'J AS -,Eff fm 3'-
. vflff x f f ,A
--4,9 X :EA ,A ' ff g 1 1-fs:
3 4. 4 ji' Q if
'5wV"Q:A ij L'm5Ajm52 '- f ' Qffz' i .f'l5Ef1, '
'ff .,'f,,if' A PQ 'f af" 'gl"'- 11" "" Af"El15i.5I,
iii:-Aj.: Mi WW: A A-Ng
,, V: , ,V ,F A ,. A . A ,. . ' --5 -if ' ' 1.a- 1, ,A - I
'i sf'-'-Y " 5-1A "V,.!i Aa? 'f 1' if-J " f, 115' glfff.. . ,KV A ,A A A A. , . V , A- .
AA T i- 1z5A3zj,-fg2 - . V -i f' f 'Q-f:gf-i'-22Ns.g 1 'A ' -.-
in A -:sl-,--10 A V- 'rw .-'- vm - 1 2 --V- Vf'-f,:,-V+-VV,r- - H' L Ev A, A 2- Vs an Aff! v, A-rp. 'f - V, , .. K L:,
1 Vw ff it v Aw-.4 A -mx.. Aw anti, -sm - V .x:2.y.1v a:.f-vm 45- ,. 'mfg-5 QF., AH -", -. . ' VV. . L -A 'VV FV -ww' 1 - ,
.A .X ,. A .A -A Q. .WM ,A-, ., V . if 14- A.., V4.3 65- A A. Am., EMA . .. ,, -, V.
,ibn Wg, PAA., V-, X-gi-AYFAXQQ-QW.-,fAV.-SVA, 792, AN - A - V, A -qv, , ,VA - , A -, -A .VM - 5 ln. AA V ,
?iH":.v'1 rfpAfMY??? ,Era-AL 'V-f-f'459'Vf-uA:g.'
if- ' '
Q ig ' if f Ie!-em
if . J? gg' - icj-SAI ' sl ji -,
' iT As-SEN-212 A-vi al?-7 "P '
sg, -Em ' -.MQ .I V ' :A 'E A,-35,1-ZA '32
W M VV9
W' ' S. 'fgfff LW' f 5' , 4- A. ,H--rA A -. A. AA ,. ,- V
ki my Ji -'it 5 L A
. ij i ' if
2? W 46 '-
WL eg: V qs? 1
r rg!-r if 4 5 f? if Qu vt is
1 ,SVR 'N r Ax 755: 3- S x 5,
ani? Q 1 ak '5 a rf' 5
1-E K' ,W-2
AifxL.V,4 A V --iff' S - -.,.,,,,, A . iw, A .
' V .A
, 6 aww
55132 I E f Q K
'v fu? his L? 5 , .L ,wif , mf: 2 H5
- ,fb ' Q D
A K if it if lax
'S A fuv 1, 4 1 68 W Aim' 552
A ,Q " - . :V .HJ-
V,A Sims 339: K5 JA, ,S ,A
5 1 'J if ,Wwfg 1 gig 232,54
v X ,Q 44 .ir F
Vi, I-'--'fm-,Vi .-A ' ' , wav -,, A ,.,. 1' ""' u. ,fvw-L , Af- 532- Alf- A-k ' 9, 4
EMM A, A . . vw -wifi : '
A A -- ,M ,- A A -Vg-fQ2A'V.1:1'nA A - uw wfr :S
, . -nw, 1'-9-535 "5"f- Vu- ,A 'vii 1
- iz: 5' A L' '
. .M NAA-,AAA M1-AA, W.-MJAW5 - I ga A., A,-. 1,
VV AA 2 V., , - 'LQ -,BA--V1-. . A . ,Lv -1 fr .
.53 ,.,51.A A3 vial: .'.,LV.,fx ?VfQNF1ggL A ' '
Nw. - - . V 'QV-: A +1 V- A A. -V -s -' :A--:pai V -A, -,1',, Lf A A ..V- A., 1 -.. AA- W. .R A., A
' 'A'V5,-Q 1 La ff' QA '- A :A 'VALQLV M '56-3H'..A '2A,4s'fv Q :ff 4 fi A ' 4' 5
'mfg f A' J QQ Q lj
Q if, E -4- N. 'S +. v
4 J fix 2 , r x' A Hell v ug ,QQV fm- LLAW' 453 ga'
e- 45 -Hf w Q f V I gf--Aw
Q- - PQ ff -- Aff-fx fi -12 A mf- - ff ., ww 2 M wi f M
Z ' V f- wf Six wa 'M fm :HQ Fi'
Tv 4 ,QQ 9' 1 PSY X V C1-' 55 ?'W X gf f if 2
1- + X4 ,A 4 L fm , ,E ae'-uf , gg -5, ,V 1 K M -. :ff
fm 2' 5 4 if ,A D' .1 4 . 1' 'fx 5- f w 5' ' f- x 1 fr
5' S . A, K e ff' ,iz -Y . L f 359 ,5 1' 5. s .VH
P 4 5 xi FM Zh r M' it fi ' V 'T tk k 4 'N 'J
TVZM.-Var .bility if Mig' 'TA-Vw -V . f g .
' " 'WA-Sis ff 5lf7Sb2',if'fff Q -2 ki QI' " 'fl 5 ,3-,?'Af5'?1, "i 'H QL ,612 ' A 1
4.1m..:':-HMV ., 7.554 . --Q 1 .ww . .A A AVF - :Wi A' wi --A 'VM-Q' , Q- .A .t,, - , 'm n ni -u ,A K -
.ft l'F9'3V4.4' 1 'Li' 1, D 'T V ' 9 in S2--, 9 'VK--P"-" 31' -521'--'Jiri 3' 1'-:gig-' , Pm 59"--V V519-11:2 '25'V.:.Qf 'Ai 1 Q
'Q--'W-1-' 'TA'-W 'S 'ii' Xt. ?-A V--A ' ima-Ag. Uify-.T '1A:,g"f 2-,?'::",-Vw ,Y ,A V' 1-Va-1' iii- '- A..1J 11 1-5 -53' ."V " 'QQ
V -A ' ,- 1
,VN ww .g3,g.zl, " A-"f'fE?ieAAz2A:A.A- gym '21, 1 3, L Q .
3' r . 1 H 'K W if w + yv ' V -.4 O' .- H552Vlfwr.- V, .W 3. V
-Q 1 4 1-L Q, t if, R N 'mg .kk imwgg , --f ,- - qv- . ,X ix ,-
A S q fm A -at M ff? AQ? M ,
. 5'i14Q?"'5fkVKi: ff A f -A f - .V -f '-
,.i.,g, NWA., .LA.5tv,f,Qv. .A A . .QZQQAW . ,A fx, .V V 1.1533-. , A .3 .4 A ,A ,A
1 1 F It
-:U-5,A - -1' AL I? "" . -'X-1 121 . A' A -f 'M A A- " " -A 2'-Q , ' Q' ' V '-W, . 'L
A :iff-f-ff? '- 1 g A, A-iv xi i-32- 1-5. --Vi - 5A?2'ffQ543"i'9f -3 3 Li:
1 -lu i. 3A wK?315I'4yA' 'Sai' 53--1,91 ,A 2f",5,
. A VfiVVA 1i-gig-if-:A 1-f,fii??f,EsA
1- w a Y-Y, Q
e Q -
1 N 1' ?-'rf' ff' f
V U " - -5' i 12 5-3 57- 3 A 'Vi k S15 " T : ' A V
- V E V A' .- AV 1-5-
A., A . A.., A , , V . - ,A fr ' 2'
v.: - .T
AV f' V , 'Q sz, 1
iw , . - -V -Q .Am ' 1 S Wy ..,, .Ml g,-,M Q. .A
' -aV ff frg- "' ,A -2"f - x ii? 'H Q ' 14-"'f
, ?iu :f iL, 51fi . A A 3 C ' ' " al '
lf A ik
. A ,. . VA . A -ge V -T -A V
f' wx, jx -' - Fm-- .,, Q4 V. wp. ' Emi A Qi:
- , ,fn M
A Iii-gy A . . A V3 71
, Q: A M
W A A A '-2 -1 Ur A ,- Ftp
' M 'S 'gg i' ik!-
! ir: ZA1
Gig. MP. 1 . w if
3 -P Ak i Q, f qi veg?
1 M ' A '
--W -- . -A, X. LA ., . ,xAN.1,v .., Ask A AT
M ji in . A V 3.14 Atl xl-A , k wa. AA fi A it '-11ijgikApA:'g, J 3A 4- EAA?-. V we :T -Y HA, L, l ju-.1,!C+?. 2 K .MA It VSA, Q in In v ,N 'Aa
, V V Y AA .K-Vg. . A A Q V A I :- - . VA A A, M A Y, U 4-A. -Af! +4 ,A .. -A-me A-- aw .Fw A, V ,Vw A A ,A-Z -,AH .-1. , fl Q43 5
' Q as . fu W A if xab :F 55552425 v-5, 1 249 EWQMQ 'W US' iw 'VH 2 ig? 0 " if-A, E -1 v 4 at 31 A. ie ,Ei inf. n. QE K . V
, 2 f 4 v .'. - -'V g-sf
VW " ' v " Fi 2-'1 --A "qw h ' J 'LCV H. V.:'A az! V, 2 ' -'-f nr 'V , ., Q ff X .. ,p J as ,Q .- - A .4 A
A AA. A . . AA A A, 471,. AA ,,.,. .A A. .. A, A ,A ,A A
-Sw 1-A if 13 ' ' L ff mfm my-sf-.V?22-'13 VHP 'iff-W gig - '-if ,- -FF-'I'
fa' 'f 'L - 'W' 3' '
0 it .U nz Q A .
32 - 135'A Vz fl Q-272 im?
-gl -. fi-V 'A' if-3-2 -.AQ-'f . .3-V V-
" 325775 i f Q lf L-A u x-Q?
,Hi f S1 V -4 -,ggngfgff
'11 - f a,1 ',,.' a v V':'-fig .P ,.. P? AA: - z TH' Aglljm i. I
A z' A
L' .Ag-'ig El 3' - 2-1, 'QF Lf' Y'
V rn A" mf.-:Q --5.- va A A -A A 'gg
K w??"?'f3 if 9' ,jig 4-
' 'K . ag, Nfl V
. A Il ffiiv f 52' 1' 9 iv "S "
5 A -A'-fi 55-155-
fgfg-Sif ' "' f g :-:Ai jAfi3 ::V-Q A
BF x an
Ik W V
-- sw -f 2 -,ig V. -A --.X 5131-1 .. ,.-Mb A .. ,A n - .I fl,
'Sk' ,-'7 " f- Q Q ,
- f 'Y a w - V V
f bt A X A , ,A ZNQQQ .Q M A at 9 - iw
an ,r Yfggwf " EWNJW 4 W +4 1-
532' " F 3,15 3, 'M -Fx , " Bw?
Mil,-Q 'Q Hb swf- mmf
iq? fi gi QP
di if '1 !
is vi 4 a S XA, 1
., A, .V 'HA , -A .V A, - A ' V-
'L-U f. .ah , wa 1 13:3 -I-Q aka, Bi ,V 25 5 y,'x kg fa'
Q 3, 5 pg 6 -. qi. pg, far 9 J 1 8 4 Q an
its wi- -1 ' "JSA ' Vfi Qioaf- 'V 135-lqAQL,'3l 1 4517533 A W 1- 'Il 'fsiffa' 'A nfaf- 'HQ--. ':"w:+"42
nf Q.--' - - Q w- TV A A Aw .A .A--,yr . ,G ,.i4., -M, T 1, HV W A, V A- .H A .31 g-- V
5' if gf if W E' r L". 4' x 5 ' ' :VE Magix "'2' gyu S, 5' NK .MA
r. 2 M KL 5 QS? ., 1' f , Q r , 1.
' I .. A A ,Q 1.
1- FW V.w AfAf-r3.f,g1.gw!1fA V x- " '1gf,, A "1-'A 1? -15.1.-4 '-,f ' -" :ir - iv -'
'SQ Hifi-sf' A. Haig? " '
'f P''-V-Yii5'f"?35'H73'VA3'f'fA,i1Ax-9? '
- mmCbxP,4tmxli1.!z'i-WQu5H"lviK mi.-M, , . - ,. ,. L 1 AA. - ,. , 'J V
k' , -
' V IWX
L J -
Suggestions in the Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.