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

 - Class of 1929

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' .X ,.,., , . ..,, N .,, gg1:g353,E ' ff-5352, R --, 'Q . rg- U., , S i i ' iv i 1 !ii!i5gff ff' 's Board of Education Wo survly owc much to thezw three people who, for us, have done so much to co-opcwxitv with M11 Smith in the building of our school system. Our schools liziw oiijuyvd ai grvzit growth in thai last fCw years and this LQ'l'0llll Ol' pvoplo haw iiizidc pouzzfblo tho cure of the growing child, Tho throc to whom wc own- so much are: lJi',W:15'i1Li Dvziii, Prvsideiit. Mrs. .I1z1i'1'old, Tl'CilS1ll'6I', M11 L00 Luiiduii- Svui'ct:11'y- Page Ten E ie ?' Q ' 1 iff5-ff K A- 1 i i 2 MR. SM l'l'1I SLI1JOI'llliOllCl0llt. We owe much to this li-zimlt-1' for lllillilllg' it possible for us to :it tend om- of the llwltlllig sulmols ill l11cli:111:i. Each :intl every one ot 'tliv stliclviits of ltllwoml High School linmws him liigflily :im holds him il1 llig'lIl'Hl vsti-0111. 'l'l11 Sviiiors lmw lv:11'11i-41 'lo low him and we liopc- that the 0llt'0llllllQ class will I'0g.1'2ll'll l1i111 :is highly is thc glass of 15129, F- D. IIUFF Principal. This 1112111 started us 011 our 01111001- i11 Elwood High Zl1lqll12lS :it last sllecvi-dvd in sm-ing part of his aim walizvcl. The stuclvnt hotly is sure to push fo1'w:1I'd i11 :ill lines of activity with tl1is 1111111 at its head, Page Eleven A -l W ii' -at M" 'i l " "'f:' C if aft ': aff? , r Q1 jtN liil1I1ll3F ' ' 'SKLSIIQIIDGXIMIIIQUIH J k T m .Q . V LQELA..-I..--..,,.:1f ' T. B. LINDLEY Purdue University. A. B Butler University. Teacher of English. PALMER J. DAVIS B. S. A. Purdue University. Teacher Of Agriculture. LEAH CLYMFIR A. --1: gif . K E MAY MORGAN B. Hanover College. Teacher of English. MARCIA SNEED B, S. Indiana University Teacher of Commercial. A, B. Missouri Valley College. Columbia University, Teacher of Mechanical Drawing and Mathematics. GEORGE SMITH EARL B. FORNEY Franklin College. A. B. Indiana University Teacther of Physics and Tri-State College, Mathematics, Teacher of HiStOry and Mathelllati Page Twelve CS E as fSllIullQlLPfl. Ktsllqvllbfdlhl iliig 5 . 'Aff ' .M .., 1-,Q ' ."'- L A, 5 q O 3 - I - H 5 at 4 1, 1 I ,, -J , .-..A-,.. ..-.,...w.--...... -4:. ...g4.L... ........,,,,.. .. V. ..-A lt ... .... ...L...-,.. ' I , W ff: ,pq - . -. ' .-rm' rr - 1' - - . .. Q Lv I' s . U If -tx fe 1 4 . y Tig E.. ly-I ,1,4 It K. AV 'Nl 'i'.-" .1 ' .-'M ., K MmMf'nf.s...,.w.,, .. L .. f .. 3 f ,.,g-:amwsa.'.....na LENA M. FOOTE A. M. University of Michigan, Teacher of Latin. W. F. KRATLI A. M. Indiana University. Wisconsin University, Teacher of Physics and Chemistry. CLARA N UZUM A. B. Indiana University. '1'eac:l1er of Latin and English. DONALD BROWN A. Il, Indiana University, Teacher of Ellglish and Public Speaking. REGINA GRO SSW ICGE A. B. Indiana University, Teacher of Mathematics, HELEN BENEDICT. Indiana State Normal, Applied Art School of Chicago, Indianapolis Art Institute. Teacher of Art. Page A. MARY E. COX IS. Indiana University Columbia University, Teaclier Of Histo1'y, Civics Thirteen and Economics, . f , , , ' . -wr if-rrvfg "L, .51 gQll1ul111LP4-l.. f viola IM-HM 115511. 4 . . . , , " 12 -,Z " ' I O W V f ' - ' 'D 4' ' 1 1 ,zz-. . v 1 9 : ,-F Jf, , U , , -....,.n,...-....,,. ,,-,... M , . , X , Nw, ,A VA ,, V ,, I """""""""""""""W"""""-""""'. ""'-""-"--"'-"""", . "W"-""'-. ,ki ,gb 3 MRS. THADDEUS MILLER A. B. Franklin College. Teache-r of Health, Physical Geography and Biology. MRS. M. L. RECORDS A. B. Indiana University. Teacher of French, J. A. NUDING Indiana University, Teacher of English. J. NAUGLE B. S. Franklin College, Indiana State Normal. Teacher of Mathematics, Physical Education and Coach, EDNA MILLER Bradley Polytechnic, Indiana University. Teacher of Home Eco PAUL V. CHAMPION Indiana State Normal. Teacher of Industrial Arts. Page Fourteen nimics. HARLEY L. ASHTON A. B. Indiana University. Teacher of Historyt 4 if ,- Vi 1-.Q-"Tania .mmm-WL tat..auu.-immszggtuiggq 'J f 1553! """o "'N"'r "" " ' , " ' , A "Z Mi k K t BESSIE KOONTZ FIiANt'l+IS MINNICII A B. Indiana University, A. IS. lit-I'ztuw Univt-rsity. Ul1iVt'l'SilV ot' lVlll'lllgilll. Teacher of English and French. . . L 'l't-zictlwi' of Biology, EDNA B, JACKSON Stancleford School of Music. Indianapolis Conservatory of Music. DePauw University. Columbia University. American Institute of Normal Methods. University of Michigan, Teacher of Music. ESTHER KOONS HARRY L. HOUSE B. S. Purdue University Ikrzulley Polytt-clmic, Teacher of Home Economics. 'featclwij of Manual Arts, Page Fifteen W x . X S X 9 1 ' 1- - . ' 'VXWIVI 'X f fi -. ,X .1 Y ', ' A I 4, .- - 5 'I ,- Q, -,Cx . V ,., I 'f: . ' rf 4' I iw rl ' 4, M77 g i Q 9- 9 W , ffm 22 A,,4 N A ? f' M . . ' 3 '-:Q W 1" ,, E jf 5 3 I ff' gb ,WMM .. V ATV-.. , - V.g, Eff A ' M ' "WN YN I ff QLQSSE X! Q ,Ei 'P 1. fx , w,, ' :. 1, - -is ,. T , .-+, ,m,1-"1" - . -, .V . 5 1 m r , :lv 4, x . " w .. ,N L, , , ,H -H, Ag. 7 ,--.X,.,., g,f, .,,y x, . ,V-.. :I ,,,,.,:.,.A k s ,, 'Q 2 . , D75 A 0 1 , 1, 5. '- , . 3 -9 T I I V. 1 w 1 l 1 I Q V ,. . f n ,-Ma. .. M is l I A 4 I t "ull -I - ff"1 , l fi V . - L .. 35 ' ?'l? 9!i 'F ff, - , . - wif., , V fym, M V, .H . . I of 5 IA 1-' ,-1.1 iEi.IlYf-185 dim' . ,, f ww' f"giAf4v?g3f::5w:,1' WILMA HEIWLIN C'lflAliI.l4ZS HINSIIAW. There is D0 Sqlwfzitvr Gverycluy vir- This boy hrigrlltvlls the Hi School luv than checrfulness, way, Coluhilmtioll, hooks and fun, Latin Club, HN5 ll frioud to overyone. GICORGIC SHAYV. Light, ol' clark or short, or tall: ' He sets El spring I0 uztlcll them all. Drzlmulig Club. LESTER WARNER MARIAN SMITH A quiet mannored lad was heg ltfs the songs you sing and the Courteous and carefree. smile you wvar that makes the sun shine GVPl'yWlh9I'9, Page Nineteen -L if - list T -iw ' ,, a!l!12l1 ll2!E4s,,,N - ,N w egl l x l i ig , 5 if C i A C n in I l bt DILVER DELLINGER BEATRICE RISER He walks many miles a. year-for She keeps her own counselgg And his complexion, her counsel is wise. E. Club. Crescent Staff. Basketball, Dramatic Club, Football, MARGARET TAYLOR A little lass with a friendly smile Happy and cheerful all the While. Dramatic Club, BONNIE HARRELL GLENN PERKINS A merry nature kind and freeg A man he seems of cheerful yes- Yet mischief lurks in her blue eyes. terdays and confident tomorrows. Dramatic Club. Class Play, Page Twenty iffff!l!,lUil..Ql5?1!5., I ' M oll!-II S l llsaqig W . f ' , ..:-nun- Y'1Y - W 111 .. -- . S 1 l i WL, WAYNE KING CLYDE NORBURY A combination of the bestg Friend- A11 musical people seem happy. liness mixed with ject, Orchestra. E Club. Football, Basketball. MADGE CURLESS Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace, Latin Club. WILLIAM BAXTER HUBERT JENKINS It is excellent to have a giant's Much I know but to know all is strength. my ambition, E Club. Basketball, Football. Track. Pave Twenty-one ' .. ' 2r ! i? 5 V, FRANCES JOHNSON All her faults are such that one loves her still the better for them. Crescent Staff, Art Appreciation Club. CHARLES MILLS w He possessed a peculiar talent of producing effect in whatever he said or did. Crescent Staff Editor, Hi-Y Club. Band. Orchestra. HELEN VVICKARD Helen says "A smile will go a long, long way when it is headed north." Crescent Staff, Dramatic Club. VIRGINIA CLYMER Begone, dull care! I prithee be- gone from me! Begone, dull care! Thou and I shall never agree, Crescent Staff. Dramatic Club. Orclhestral CHARLES RUGER Wit,h joyous freedom in his mirth and cziudor in his Speecsh, Crescent Staff, Hi-Y Club. Senior Class Play. Page Twentyltwo A L l' . '55 1? im., ,, ,533 gai! f ,e j t im a i r si igge, 4 A- 1 5 av' 'N GRACE PUGH HENRY HACKETT Love, sweetness and goodness in A little nonsense now and theng her person shine, ls relished by the wisest men, Art Appreciation Club, Crescent Staff. Girl's Athletic Club, Class Play, Dramatic Club. OPAL SCOTT A giggle a day keeps a doctor away. Dramatic Club. OREN BROWN THELMA REICHART Come on Q-ang, let'S give 'em the She doeth little kindnesseg which locomotive, most of us forget to do, Debating Club. Travel Club. Yell Leader. Page Twenty-three K. wg:-wr - Q .. Q...o' PANSY SHAW LAWRENCE SMITH. Live While yOu live and seize the It doesn't pay to look for trouble pleasures of the present day. you mip-ht find it. Travel Club. Art Appreciation Club, Class Basketball, ISABEL LEWIS She has often burned mid-nite oilg But never, never, with her toil. Art Appreciation Club. DOROTHY McKENZIE ROBERT MCDONALD I must talk. How else can a wo- Don't talk girls to me. man express her views, E. Club. Crescent Staff. Football, Dramatic Club Senior Class Play. Page Twenty-four , es 9 .L- raggalei lf - ' I M -A - ..- w w m f ff EDNA CAIN KENNETH WILLIAMS Bells on her fingersg Laughs al- Most great men began life on a ways goesg You can find mirth every- farm. where she goes, Nature Appreciation Club, Orchestra. PAUL BURTON Oh Sleep, Gentle Sleepg Nature's sweet nurse. Study Club. HARRY SMITH MARIELLA PACE Why worry, it won't get you any- There is nothing that wins friends where, like a. bright cheerful smile, Dramatic Club. Music Club. Class Play. Page Twenty-five ,,51jEQlllul9l1lLV4- itil-.elI5S"I I IIE!!! 5 gb 1 v - O , VU V W wiv ., AQVI, fi. M '.L 4 It 2 X A V I NA- ,,gW-,,,-,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Q,g.,.. ,,..., ..,... ...,,:...-., ,.-,.,.,.,.2g... , .L.,.. -,-.,..,,..! ' ,J g Lv t f Q LORENE McCREARY GEORGE OSMAN Well timed silence is more elo- He seems cheerful yesterday and quent than speech, confident tomorrow. Travel Club. E Club. HARRY SEWARD Hang Sorrow, Care will kill a cat, And therefore, letls be merry, Dramatic Club, BERLIN SEWARD HELEN DIPBOYE Most great men began life on a To be slow in words is a woman's farm, Radio Club. virtue, Nature Appreciation Club. Page Twenty-six i . gacs x c f i t ,. ia1:.al:ssspuzii,siuqi5 nr, ftp, . a -- .i - at Y 'Q N1- ARTHUR ORMSBY HELEN POWELL He is not in the role of common Among the first if there is work men. to do and ready to share in pleasure Crescent Staff. too. Dramatic Club. Crescent Staff. Debating Team. Dramatic Club. Orchestra. VIVIAN HUTCHESON She always ,does her dutyg No matter what the task, Senate Club. LEWIS HORTON HELEN DUNCAN Toil does not come to help the Remember a smile is always worth idle. while, Debating Club. Expression Club, Page Twenty-seven 3 mslm.nnvw4. ,,mtm.az:fv1a :mu m ,. X 6 ---L i up . I F . . Z, fi ' af- ' 2 .1 .A Q ,Q , , X fa- ' O J . 1 A, f 7 ', " Q E cf? 'CS 1 1 1, ' ' , , C 4,,,,,M,,,,,,,...i.,.,.,-..,,,., ..,., ,....w.....L-., . ,.....,.... ,.,,.,..,,,..w 4..., , -v .,,, , ,. , A ,t.w,,.. -, , M. ' V' ,- K' ' ' - V Yi"7E Y Y-Y 'if' 'Y A- A Vdrr Y A "A A f 7 - --lf' -- ' . . 'VT 'f .--l. ' A- ., -7211, ' " 'Q' q i V' 'x Ns i , 1 1 , we DOLORES WOODYARD CHARLES MURPHY Bother me not with work, If great is our labor many are our Art Appreciation Club. gains, A E. Club. KENNETH ALEXANDER Seen but not heard, Latin Club. Orchestra, JOSEPH MORRIS MARY BELLE MOSCHELL The "Little Giant" does not seem She's full of vigor dash and gog capable of romance, but! she's different from the rest you E. Club. know. Basketball. Travel Club, Football, Girl's Athletic Club, Track, Page Twenty-eight :mla.m::u.v4. ..mlm.u:s'i as :mulls ,. gf: Q - 3 : an ' o :J lqxl fi ., ,lfQl5 . E. 4, f. 5 I V, swf. "M A . " Il i 3-Q Y' ,, , -U M.-- , O H ' il 4 H . H 4 1 M.-2iil..1 WILMA WOODS GEORGE WERLINE Intelligence is not her only virtue. Small in size but a big asset to the Travel Club. school. E Club. Football, ZILPHA DE LAWTER A friend in needy is a friend in- deed. French Club. I-IALDEN BEEBE. GRACE WRIGHT Silence is golden, Wright is right usually, Hi-Y Club. Nature Appreciation Club. Page Twenty-nine .5-Z35an1la.af:: 4. Jzmtauauss-i as u nsafe? I ' I uv ' 4' QI'- 2 ,ir ' ,yy - 1 . fl it . A , . .-A -A "fr ' - Mfffr r-1 Q E an ' o ' U V14 lr 4' fi 3 5 - ' C , 'f :lf ,.,g-.. ..Mw, ..,,..,.......Q..-Z'.. . QL.. fm...-..v-. 4... .., . V-, . , ..L...... .......,.....! "3 'L Q , g i"1-gf, ' , 1 A 1: 1: W Q.: :iz H,-n.'.zQg, .,,g,:,.1 'I 1 'i , , ' " , f' J , ROBERT HURD. ANNE LOIS HIATT Let us start a new religion with A little mischief by the wayg Is one commandment, "Enjoy thyself." fun to spice each day. Debating Team. Dramatic Club, Crescent Staff, Senior Class Play. Dramatic Club. Class Basketball, MARIE BARBER X A laughing faceg Fresh, kind and fair, Travel Club. MARY BOSTON. DURMOND WANN Charm and wisdom, tempered with And still tlhey gazed and still their modesty, wonder grew, that one small head Crescent Staff. coulrl carry all he knew. Dramatic Club. Senate Club. Class Play, Debating Team. Page Thirty mgi.m:ii.v Qitsllsllbffi 41 :signin g ge J- . f S'- 13. .,..,- ,- if . . , O 42 Vi' .1 lily t .ii 4, lv. , I r ' " "'V -" ""' ,J-:V f. .:.,..' ...'. 12.7,-1" . . ' ' ' gf' 1, , i.,f,' -. . ORVILLFI ARMSTRONG There is .gr warm place in his heart for poetry, basketball, and "the girl MARY MARGARET WOELLWERTS No art is comparable to music. Dramatic Club. Orchestra. who sat across the aisle." Crescent Staff, French Club. Basketball, Football, Track. MARY MYERLY Se1'ene with manner kind, a nicer girl would be hard to find. Crescent Staff. Art Appreciation Club. EVELYN HARTLEY PAUL KEYSER Sweet and Silent, which makes us Never elated when one man's op- all love her' pressedg Never clejected while an- Music Club. other's blessed. Crescent Staff. Senior Class Play, Dramatic Club. Page Thirty-one HUGH MCDERMITT CRYSTAL ELMORE His manner is quiet but don't Sparkling eyes with mischief brew- judge him by it, ing, Hi-Y Club. Art Appreciation Club. RUTH LARIMORE Always master of all situations. Senior class play. Class President. Oratorical Contest. Dramatic Club ETHOD NOBLE LOUISE MCCAREL He likes the girls but doesn't show A regular all around girl, it so only a fenz of us know it. Dramatic Club. Travel Club. , Page Thirty-two amnamanrw .amiag..a::s'1n,:zgsfnm E Q LA A ..f: ' r-1 f "-A-M'--A "'1 " " 4 M.. """"' 3" " H. """ 'L ' .. m ' " Wi Y Q--s f' I .,,Y ...J-unm-Y.V W, . nl. . ., . . ..w-nv... ,r. V . lun .Y K gs W 3 . ' . 'ii Q ' ROBERT GROSE l+"RANClflS GLENN He has common sense in a way A lwawt, with room for every joy. t1hat's uncommon. Svuior Class Play. Latin Club, Class 'l'1'e-us111'v1- and Secretary. IJl'ZlI1lllHC Club, DOROTHY YOHE A gratvful heari is the 11lZll11SDl'iIH! Cf happilivss, Travvl Club. ELIZABEH DURHAM. LEVI BITNER A blythe heartgimd a blooming A man ol' few words. visasre. Radio Club, Expression Club. Page Tllirty-tl11'ee 3 :n1ua.af:uu.v gmt-mass-in signin? :V rm M W- life Mf t? ' ul' ' - ,JH -' ' . W-fn A , , 4- f- ft. fa . - . 'A I O 1 ' 14- " -2 1 f. 1 J: gs " ' ,,-.,..,,,.....,.,,,,,.........,.,........,,..,z.,,... ...Q-l.-. . -...,. ........ -. 4... .... K. H... -32 , ul..- -....,...,. ' l 1 V ,. i" .. J-. ' V WIS" . .YS . ' im ' N 5 .pg Wx. " ' ' 1 -T ' . L' 'n . . . , .. ., . - - , .. ....,.Y--A-.--. v -ff-1 j . , . ..4... ..,,,4..Q.J DALE WEBB HOVVARD PORTER Success is not reached by a single In me as yet ambition has no part. bound but l build the ladder by which Senate Club. I rise. Class Basketball. Study Club. Track. Class Basketball FRED FLOYD He's a boy of high and noble aims, But slightly timid when among fair dames. Radio Club, Orchestra, EVA MAGERS RALPH WATSON She is a quiet maiden-at times. Wisely and slow-they stumble Dramatic Club. that hurry, French Club, Page Thirty-four t Q A .1 , Ivvv , ta i?" f-A .,5,43,ain.1s1.1:4!,frggg4s!e,. .mlnn:au sraaziesa ifPggw ' ALBERT GALLAHER LEOTA GOINS Better late than never, Remember a smile is worth twice Band. a frown. Hi-Y. Dramatic Club Play, Orchestra, Dramatic Club. LOUISE MCPHEARSON Always busy but always cheerful. Dramatic Club, CHAUNCEY FRAZIER , GILES HIATT. Ambition is a grevious fault, Happy am I, from care I'm free. Class Basketball, Why aren't they all contented like Track. me? Latin Club, Hi-Y Club. GIFFORD BOYER "Nevertheless whate'er befallg The farmer, he must feed them all." Radio Club. Class Play! Page Thirty Five 3, E ,..... ...... ,, .-... as SENIOR HISTORY 3 at r ,j , t t i : gnizrilfm'Egf-+ We started here in '25, Just little Freshmen, very shy, We had great fear of Mr. Huff, And all the rest that watched o'er us, We worked very hard that Freshman year Sometimes shedding a few sad tears, 7 And don't you reeall those breaks we made, Way back in the Freshman grade. The year assed and we were 0-lad . - , Oh Hoy! ves- not a tear was shed. 7 1 1 7 But when vacation was just about o'er We longed for high school more and more. And here we are in '26, Sophomores! Boy, think of it! And won't we make those Freshmen sweat, We haven't forgotten last year yet, That was the year we owned the school, And learned bad tricks like playing We had 1llllCll trouble as you know, And to the office we had to go. pool, And now we say good-bye once more, And start to work down at the store, We'll ne'er forget those pranks we played, When We were in that Sophomore grade. Look! Why yes, 'tis '27, And wc-'re all back for a, year in heaven, This is the year of inspirations, That made us forget our restitutions. And boy, think of those beautiful girls, With golden hair and pretty curls, They charmed us with their sparkling eyes, That shown like stars up in the sky, We were kind of sad when school did end, lint in three more months 'twould begin ag Just one more year and we'd be through, 1 Oh. What on earth would we then do? fContinued on Page 1051 Page Thirty-six ain ' O fg- A .FT I IIIIIINXH Us E ,.... ... , Junior Histor In Scptviiilwr, 1928, a band ol? ,jolly stuclt-nts rcalizcil a part of tln-ir High School Lll'U2lllIS hail como trm--tln-y wort' now nppor classnicn. Witlt this as an assct acting as a backgrouinl olf strongth thoy havc Clllllbkftl stcacl- ily until now glinipscs of thc ilay ol' gratlnation aro liovoring as apparitions i11 tho distance. To start tho yoar right intlnstrions loaclors wort' choscn. Tho spring st-ction oh-ctcil llliriain llawkins as prcsiclcnt, John liyns vice-prvsiclont, Rcgis Higgins sccrctary and Lncillc Rankin T1'1'21S11I'01'. Tho niicl-year class olcctwl Mary Mai-garot llarnos as prcsiilont, Atilwcy Clvvclanil as vicc-prcsiclt-nt, Paul ,llnmko as S1'111'11T2l1'y illlll livlllilll Mnrpliy as trcasmvr. Tho class colors, pnrplc and groltl, liarnionionsly blonil with their class llowcr, tho pansy. Tho wvll-solccti-41 niotto, "Not at tho top, but Cllllllllllgjbil is typical ol' this happy and sinct-ro group of stuilcnts, . . - 'U-U Gltllllilllg' ovor thc past ycar noticcablo progwoss has boon Illiltlll by this illustrious class. Social ovcnts intornlingli-tl with thoir wt-ll-:nloptcd studios have amply proparoil tln-in to copt- with tht-ir unknown atlvcrsarics, yct to como at tho cnil olf thoir high school days, nn. So thcn, in returning from tlwso tligrcssions lot ns congratulate and wish thcin bcst succcss in thc tntnrc, which they tlcscrvc after their aus- picious start. Page Thirty-nine J, Q A . W O . no ai. AV.. A Q.: 4 If 1 ,ff w 2 f i?5f M 3 x Dllmore 1 11111 1 1 - -1 115551 W L 1 Sophomo-res T1ll'S0 i111111s11'i1111s s111111-111s 11lI1l'l'l'11 IGI-111 111 27. 111 11l1'1l'1'11l'1'S1llll2ll1 y1'2ll' 1111-y s1111w1-11 1111-ir w1s1l11111 by 111111133 Illlll'1l s11111.vi11g-7 11111s s1111'1i11g 11 g11111l 1-1-1-111'1l 1'111' 1111-111s1-1v1-s. 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', - 5 -- -o-- ' ' o t to o n s are f s - 1 . s- ' s .s ' ' ,. v' s Freshman History In 1928 a very promising group of students entered our High School, the class of '32, They came with the determination of outelassing previous classes in the winning of high honors for the Red and Blue, and in the bet- tering of the standard of learning, Our Freshmen do not realize their own value. Their coming brings new blood into the school. Any kind of organization needs new blood in order to retain the fighting spirit of its members, Freshies, much depends on yon. You are ambitious and energetic now. Keep it up. Always look forward to the time when you will graduate. At that period you will appreciate a good record, for colleges and business positions demand it. Page Forty-seven ag-33 i " " A -1 ' F viff , Q i 4 A EW , Q L xg 2 .M HMG' 452351 . Q.. -4 -X4 . - y ,J LAN 1 - ,H 9 ff . fs. , ,, A " + :A . I ! 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' ' J , -.,,, .- "' -5. -..L fi '-ful? lf: im, faiffl aaas a ss i s i vi w- 5 Q ,I i ACTIVITIE Aotivitios-thc spice of our high school life- tho lil'a- ol' our ovory-day activitios. lt is those ox- tra-ou1'ricular suhjvcts that add Spirit and zest to our studont days in Elwood High School. lt is these activitios that wo will romcmbor thc longest. This your wo had twenty-throc cxtra-curricular activities to brighten thc monotonous routine of our high school lilo- Thcy rangod from art apprecia- tion to athlotics, from nature study to political stiuly. Wo fool that with this wide range of stud- ios, oach pupil found or should have boon able to find ono which would fit is particular self, Page Fifty-three m f w f M 4 Q ' !w ?15 r av 'WJ ' -,cr 'Y E I Fi . O U A 4 - 4 ' S if - vs, M,,,,,,,............,. ' ' ' - 1 M 1 1. A' J A' v r I CUNT PARKER Wmwm Wooos ' fa VNS wits .. - , f- W paw 2,,2Ef1mfwL5 Bill L Q . ..- V if' . Ho KAR, wg MARa5a.LA Q DEN?'J59, PACS ir' 5 Q, 5 ffwgwsle 1 J! gcgfxfxdii Zigfwa EBALLARD KARL. . - fTUTw 5T'NE l JOE NYORRISAL ,, , ..- J 1 2 4, , , . . , ., .. -' ,53,a1! Lam 2 .m , 1' A fi 4 ms:1 4m ufm 5 C I Lf , 1 ,,.-use fx ' rx ppm,-,gg .,,gA K Y ,t,.w.....,,-.N. in Qin 4 gy ff' ig JY 3 was QP' xi I -' in K 1 , 1 xv 'Rag ea ., W-f..L,.,,,. , M "ggi j sf '. - 7 f , V Q , .V I I , , 5 La ' f' i I 7 . A' V : K K P1 " MQ f Q :QV L, ' A f J ' ' V, , 1 6-gg, A H Q U,,A54'i ar , ' K gfgglf 'L 4 ' ' "ave" I ' Fz1fg,s.5Aj.1 K L ' x Wm 'Ffa' J' ' 'Ex 5 hw Q' W1 1fWifs"f5Pv f7 r K 'h 5 f' 1 1 1-X' .N 1 fir ' Y.-M5bfif'. it lv'Qff'1'.s: 4' Y 2.L17Ql'fj,, f- - ' 'QA 5 ig L . ,, " 1. .. ,F 'CL P 4 '3 Qll!l3!l' U' W : ' ' 4 ' ?' l ! ? i5E-?w 3 ? , L- ihcelfaasf.-1m.:1gu1m ,. Hsu W Jig , gg2gg! 1!lIlv:Qusv42 an . , v' I T ""L " "'-'A ' ff l i '- "iq A L' gf. Y . ' Q 95, l 5 r, if ll q In 1 Q A .v',' 'f 2, ': 5, 'ua Q -KN. u V, N T 'i f i y A , - I .G - flaw i - , . ' , H . ' 'll 9 Q A V 4' h'-1, . -41, f , N. Q -,, ,' " , . . 'F Y v 5 1, .': L ' 2 - ' ' I- ' W 3 ,Q W , ' A . 1. V. f 'M' h ,,, , 1 TT! 1 ,ww Af ,1 - I X t 1 -af .J ,.Q , " ff fy 'QF 7 'T"' 1 fl- 4 5' - fy H ' S' ,im I 1 s lv - - i J., . L iii N ' M' ei. , K' 1 A 1113.-'3. , f I vgw f' - .V 'TV' . - 1 I ' : ' h a V Q I A V Qt'-an yi .. ' A A 4' 3' I ,5-V V-M1..::3.W..,., Q. . sw M ' ' ,Q , . ' 3' -if 1 ' T , A b X H A N 4, 44 2 , l e I b A E ,W V ., I f f-' g ' , 5 - 'ff-3 ' , ' r ' l ' , -- 2 ' Q, .- SP In . ' ' ,Mask .,,L 5 Y A I K I ' .. 0 Q fl hgifi' ..L . 4 LE' g gif-l l-- f K , 4 Q ' 1Fg,g s Grganizations M Ilgfllll W . AC' if Y , The El-Hi Alphabet for Alphabet, as here you can see, A B is for Better- as our school should be. Cis is for Careless, about all our notes, D is for Danger, or we'll be the goats, E is for Ending, as all good things do, F is for Future, to look forward to, G is for Gentle, a few are that way. II is for Happy, when books are away. I is for Ideal, when it comes to the test. Joking, we must have a jest. Kicked Out, that familiar old tune. Laugh off, be back' again soon, Make-up, oh, that final' exam. J is for K L M N O is is Q is R is for Radianee, that you see in our eyes- Sis is for for for for for is is is Nonsense, get by if you can. Over, our old High School days, for for P Plenty, the memory that stays. Queer, how fast the time flies, for T is for for for School room, and Oh! If we're late, Teacher, who gives us the gate, U is V W is for Wisdom, we'll get it 'fore long, University, the next place to go, is Virtue, that's so, so, and so, X is for Exert, all the day long. Y is for Yearning, to be baek in High School, Z is for Zeal, that's a Very good rule, Page sixty-one ,A ggalilscliaum fl. .titsllallbfsil a s mi? gl fi ,N 'IT' ii, 'M - .,.-. 4 I r- A 1 if 1- O Q A ,. ft. I -.' f, f i I i :'-E A , 4, ' ,.-,-,4,,.., .............,--.,,t... ,.,. .. --:,. ,L,L7.' ,.,,L-.4e...., g ,. ,.,. A M -- -th x 1 uv' f Af, ,, , in -A -A 1, ,fb -A . --.,, 13. . A if it I4 The Crescent Staff It has been one of my greatest pleasures to work with this group of students in issuing the 1929 Crescent. Through our many trials and over the many obstacles that loomed in our way the staff has been constantly at my side. We have striven together to made this issue of the Crescent a true representation of student life in El-Hi during the past year. To the staff is due the credit. Without the full co-operation of each member this issue of the Crescent would not bc possible. There was no member of the staff who had previous training in annual work and wc feel that we have gained much by the experiences with the annual, PAUL KEYSER Assistant Business Manager CHARLES MILLS- ARTHUR ORMSBY Business Manager, HENRY HACKETT ROBERT HURD Assistant Advertising Advertising Manager. Manager HELEN POWELL CHARLES RUGER VIRGINIA CLYMER Assistant Assistant Literary Editor. Editor. Editor. HELEN WICKARD CHARLES MILLS ORVILLE ARMSTRONG Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Assistant Literary Editor. Literary Editor, HELEN REVEAL BEATRICE RISER Assistant Art Editor. Art Editor. FRANCES JOHNSON MARY BOSTON Assistant Senior Editor, Senior Editor, MIRIAM HAWKINS MARY MYERLY Junior Editor. Joke Editor. RUBY FOLAND DOROTHY MCKENZIE Sophomore Athletic Editor. Editor, Page Sixty-tw0 xfajillllnlfliklll- sm4az.m:s'ia azglnllig 5 -, lT1gm"1' , 5. el ' o o -A - I 4 fi 5 ,,"'.: 1 'Eff V W-,MV ..,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,....,. 1' A ..... ........... .L......,, ,-,,.?,. . U ,.L... .,.... - ,.., V ' v I ,J , , , , r , ' . , ..Jt,t1,i' Y ' . .1 It Y 215. ",,:,',1.f H ,, HJ, , ' Lip, , ' Q K Q P Y' 1 ,. , -v1 I iff ' 31: ' . in n . M w , , , L x W v. .. ,fy , , f fs-1:-arg-r nv ,,-,xuw i , w 31: ' ' ,, Qi Q7 2 1 '-"ffm i l ,e ' i i f i ig The Band The band greatly increased in size this year and many very efficient players were developed. Although many of the members are graduating this year We feel that the new members will be able to carry on the fine work of this organization. Although the Hnewn has worn off the bright uniforms they still lend an effect that cannot Xbe duplicated by anything else, It has been the team's most ardent support and we hope it will greatly increase in size with the next years' Much credit is due to Prof. Robert Birt who although he felt none too well all year, rendered his un-- tiring efforts to the advancement of this fine organization, Page Sixty-four iaiifai si l - ow l s i i Q ' i s !i-1655, W i The Orchestra This YPIII' tho owlii-stl':x also has 411-vm-lopm-il ill sim- :iml tulvnt. lt has haul :1 Illll'llUlllUllill growtli in lllllllj' ways. Altlioilgfll it mlifl not zittzlin an com- lllillllllllg' posiiion in thi- :uftivitivs ol' ilu- svhool i1 has zlwoiiiplislwml muoli in musiczil clvvm-lopniviii. 'l'hm' works ol' this tbllfilllllilllllll lm-il by Miss Jack- son is clwply xlppwvizltvcl. VV0 hopv thot lllIlll'Y ol' Tha' mi-mlwrs of This ol'- grzinizzition will 4-ontiuuv in ilu-ii' work :xml ih-wlop 21 Vhopin or ai Mozart within thv following yours- Page Sixty-five E L lk . fat - ' irtf A A i -- ' H9 1 'A 2 ' Y a,2g3:3i l1! M M f t ' - m y Y, Debating Club The liuiitzitiou of ilwiiibvrship to this club giwizitly th-on-ziscd its sizc but the excellent work was coutiuuml and iuzuiy spvzlkcrs, who othvrwisu might not have discovered thuii' tzilcut, were dcvclopud, We fool that we owu ai gm-:xt tlvbt of grrzititutlv f0l'SK'l1l1iIlg' ai possible TEELIIIOHS stzitosnizlu on his way to succvss. Thv chib was spousorvd by Mr. Brown assisted by Mr, Ashton. lts offiuors for this your wuru: Prcsidc-nt, Gurlulld M0ody5 Vice-Pmsidclit, llzirold Owcusg SCCI'0filI'-Y, Oren Brown. Page Sixty-Six fit ---- -M rs' , 3aiiiiu1 xw ,i l , i 'fm l ia i lqvsi i yiqtfsgeg QI " t - Hi-Y Club Thi' Ili-Y was 0I""2llllZ0il this vm-:ir :is El school club. 'lt was not consid- P1 v orwl ai school club bvforo, although it was f'0llllUt'iU1vl with thc school in many ways. This is onv of tho two honorary clubs ot' Elwoocl lligrh :ind :although this group of boys has not born nblv to tlo ninvh wo hopl- thvy will be :L grrout holp to tho clifferont zlctivitios of tht- school in tht- following yours. lt,'s officvrs for this your wvrc: tflDick" fll't'21g.l'll1lll', 1'rl-sith-iitg Uhurlcs Mills, ViC0-PI'l'Sld0I1t5 :md Chzirlvs Rugxt-r, Svcra-tary. This fino group of boys has ll0t'll uonstitntm-tl of soim- of thv best boys of the school and many more of those- uligriblv should join in the fine fellow- ship with thosc already entered in tho club- Tho sponsor of this club, Mr, Smith, was sl-lm-ntl-fl by tho Vlllfllilllil, Young Men's Christian Association and provctl to bl- oi' g'l'i'2lt ability in leading thesc boys in their work, Page Sixty-seven ,C53g:u1la.ca:B1Lv4. ,'m4m.,aaa.-1 as zzgsfuxig gf 4. ix ,s 11' rf' .7 F L ir F Z fi: . O XO .1 .,, 4 ,g , if ,. . , - 4. ..--.-.M,......,............,...-,,...,,,.,... -:.,V .,.4L...V,., -.--. ,-,,.?, ,.L.- -,L,,,,g ' . t " ,,,, ., if-' ' 'rg-1n.::.:, : 1 ' ,A -f'A f :' ff-pr f - , ,,,, -4,3 Lf- f--, " hygyq A. 3' 5 X. . ,. . ..., ,,., ....., , .. , . , , i W ,,,, ,, , L 43 Public Appearances .'-f'V f 'mini' f-3 .Q-gal il waf e ,e e ig',, i ,-: l ' . !l !,lQig:"-? """"' K Q Y l In our every-day high school life we most times carry the athletic victor on our shoulders through the streets, proclaiming his deeds to the world and singing songs in his praise. .llow oiten do such hoinagc to those who toil with their minds to make the world in which they live one more desirable to inhabit and attractive to we mortals. llow many times have our oratorical victors been ignored and discouraged by our lack of interest in his great achievement? Our educative extra curricular subjects have dwindled with neglect of our leaders and will lose attractiveness it those who could not bring to bear some factor to restore them to their own. Long will be the day when athletics will govern us, solve our diplomatic problems and turn the wheels of industry. ln the future let us endeavor to support and encourage those who toil to make our standard of intellect higher and our l11llll0l'2l1 practices less. ln the last year the literary and edneative extra subjects have been shown much attention our standard has been reached much, Affirmative Debating Team: Paul Shrinker, Regis lliggins, Lavonne Tubbs, James llunt and Miriam Hawkins- Negative Debating Tcamf Robert llnrdy Mary lloston, Dale Noble, Antoinette Filiatreau, William llarmon, Arthur Ornisby, Discussion League: William llarinon, Paul Shi-inker, Lavonne Tubbs, Howard Peters. Oratorical Team: Antoinette Filiatrean, Ruth liariinery Regis illiggins, Beulah Perkins, Claude Koelnnan, Robert -lones, lllary -lane Robbins, Jean- ette Bouslog and Franklin Trick, Dramatic Club Play The Patsy was given in a very coinmeiulable manner by the following talented group of students: Harry Smith .......................................... Mr, Harrington Leota Goins ........................................... Mrs, Harrington Jean Pettijohn .......................................... "The Patsy" Helen Powell ........................................ Grace Harrington "Bill" Downey ......................................... Tony Anderson "Bud" Kantner ......................................... Billy Caldwell Woodward Fisher ............................-..,....... Pat O'Flaherty Beulah Perkins ........................................................ 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'l'l111 01'l'i0c11's ol' This 1l1':1111:1Ti1- 531111111 XVl'l'l'Z Mary BOSU111, Presideutg Hclc11Powell, Vicc-P1'csi1lc11t5 Yi1'gi11i11 Cly111c1', Sccrctary, Page Seventv L I - V O I O -.1 uv lr V s .L 4 It 5 1 V 5531 1 2-- i 4 i ' f if ,ff if' A s Camera CC ulb Tho Kfzum-rn l'luh, ni-wly orggnnizc-al, ollorwl much intor0st,ing instruc- tions To fhosn- who :irc iiitvw-slwl in This linv ol' work. 'l'h4-ir connection with Tho Annual work was vxlw-nlvly Vzlluzlhlv :mil wo c'0l'1:iinly :ippr0ci:1.'f0 Tllllll' holp. This group ol' slmli-nts wow fziuglit not only to tzikv pictures but also The Llil'fvl'v11l nn-thomls ol' mlvvvloping- lo ohlnin 1lifl'vl'vl1t vl'l'0ctS, Thu- 4-luh will umlonbtwlly vontinm- in thc nvxt yours :ind tlnfir' woljk will bo Q'l'0ilflj' 2lPDl'l'0l2ll01Vl' Ilmlm' tho oxpi-rt gwliclaiinfo of Mr, Krzitli, it will ho ol' gm-:lt vzilnv and Sorvc- as n souwm- ol' gvont intlwvst, The officvrs of the olnh wow: Earl Noble, Prcsid0nt5 Byron Haney, Vice-President and G1-ctta Etchison, Secretary, ' Page Seventy-one E ,...., M Fm 'lm , - gg ai! 2 ,,, gg fx p i t t i gvtt i tszffg-1: Y' I a Art Appreciation Club This club, so aptly spousorvtl by Miss Siivvd, studivd tho grront master- piocvs ot' nrt with tho point in vivw ot' i02lI'llil'lQ' to :lppr-1-oiztto in :1 highvr dvgrov tho works ot' that g'l'v:1tc-1' pit-vos of zlrt :tml also thoso of lvsset' ilu- portznlvo. Ono ot' tho gl'l'l'2li virttlos ot' :t lifotinio is to ho zihlo, in somo dv- ggiw-, to ztpprouiztto thosm- pslintingfs whoso giront artists' suporioi' inspirations :md tnlouts made possihlo, The work ot' this ohih is 1-ortzninly worth whilv and led by one such as Miss Snood wo fool is at grr'v:1t :lssvt to tho school, Tho 0luh's offiuvrs this yt-:lr worv: Cil2lI'if'S High, Presidentg Crystal Elmoro, Yico-P1'osidont, Page Seventy-two 25,531 -- i. lg A if' iais M" s,i- fs s w lwiewzl f gg-ff Y' K A Music Appreciation Club Om- of our nvw K'illilS this j'l'2lI' is Tho Music' Apprvvizlfimi 1-hill. It is umh-r ihv 1-i'i'ivi1-lit g:1ml'1li:1l1shipof Miss Milli-1' :md Mr, Imvis. In this vluh 'thi-y haw tzikn-11 ihv liws ut' many womh-rflil nmsivizms :md yi-t thvy hznvv nffvur lwvn i-Ullllli grliilty ot' llllH'ti0l'illg' :1 0110. Tu1his vluh Thvy :irc doing' :1 wfmdvrful work in grvtiirlg- thv nlmnllmm-i's to 1-njoy and lindvrstzxml bvttm' music, Thv officvrs for this yum' wi-rv: Pl't'Sili0Ilf, Dorothy Tompkins: Vivie- PI'CSidl'llt, Eihle-11 Lzmgsfmi, :incl Scc1'v'r:11'y, livtty 1Il'fll1ZlI1Sp0Y'g'0I" Page Seventy-three L .v-mar 4-1 1-gg A A K Ari-JL B ,vi wflial e f i le eesl ' 7 l ' 3' f l f i9S5'?i Y' 1 ature Appreciation Club Miss Minnieh, as sponsor ol' the Nzitlire Appreeizltion cfluh, has clone won- ders to help her c-lub lllK'llllN'l'S to imtlerstzxml nature better. 'Flwy :ire not only szxtisfied to take what flowers they see an-ouml home but they go on flower hunts in the woods. 'l'liey :ire lerwiiiiig all ot' imture's secrets in a very pleasing and rleli,Q'litt'ul wuy. This, being just :it new club, has a chance to grow bigger and better :tml we'ro looking- for wonderful work along this line in the future. The officers for this year were: President, Rex Lineberry: Vice-Presi- dent, Robert Johns, and Secretary, Geneva Wisler, Page Seventy-four l is sf i l ll igisf r' . - 'i l Girls Athletic Club This is not only n nvw club buf it has uno ol' our nvw fzlculty mombvrs as ai sponsor. Miss lllymor is ai wry officeivnt guide' for lhv girls. 'l'h1-y :iw lvzwning- how to 'fuko livlpliil i's'ul'1-rliioii :xml yvt hzivv :1 510011 Timo. 'With such I'0S0lll'C0l'lll 0l12lI'l0I' mviulwrs wh may wvll Oxpvct XV0ll1l0l'l.lll work froiu this club of girls. Miss l'lynu-r is tm-:rolling tho girls how To :ipprvcinto sports of all kinds. The officer for this your wus: Prosidvut, Mary livlle Moschvll, Page Seventy-five x?335! !l7lfl1'59l'5 rrri f 'A' , ianzawssrmziisimiif Lf, . V .V ' 2 ' V f' zu f1,1,g,,,, 155 - ' -5. I ' Q I Trafvel Club Tho 'Frzlvol chib is he-lping Tho mombors to lvaru to appreciate the coun- try mow. It hvlps thvin To sw things in n, mor? bf'?llltii'l1i light than before. Mrs, Millor is the guido on thosv imaginary travols :md provos to be very suceossiful. Tho uwmhors may turn out to be great travel lecturvrs. Who can tell? W0 :Irv vxpc-ctiiig morv XV0lYld0I'flli. work in the future, The officers for this year were: President, Ethod Nobleg Vice-President, Chester Ilinshuw. Page Seventyisix Sill IUIXILFJ- .Rial IIS-YM IIQWU' as --. .H -. F5 VX . 1 ,. - mf, U -- I. ' rj 7 l 0 , 9 , D L ,- k fp, 4 f, 5 ' , ,, , ,,,!,m,..,,.,.,.,t,i,.-., A, .... pw ,-,-.. ,AY 4-, -i1,.,,, A , , R i1-L, " " 51 L " i f. H Y :igg .,i, 1 A1 ' I K' 5 The Senate 'Flu' S1-name is mu- of our nvw clubs, lmving- lM'l'll first orgwiiiizrd :it tho lu-giiiniiig of thc pri-sont sclmul your. Tlirougliout thr yt-:ir tht- rluh has haul il full lll0llllDUl'Sllll! of thirty pupils, Tho obfjt-ct of thv SUIIZITO is tu f211lllllill'lZU its llll'IlllJt'l'S with p:u'liz1mrn- tary law, training' tlivm how to comliiut propvrly tho work ol' 1-lass lllt'l'l- ingxs, 1-lubs, :intl othcr mgfzillizzitioiis of g.1'l't'2lll'I' script-. To ht-st ilu this, study is lnzula- ot' tho l'llll'S7 l'l'g.l'lll2lil0llS amd pI'0cmliil's-s ol' thi' llilitcal Stzltrs Sm-iizitr, :iftvr which thv work- ol' thi' club is D2ltiUl'lll'll, Mr, Nuclinv was tlw sionsur :mil irovvil tu ln- zu vrrv :1 mt stmlm-nt ls . in this study- 'l'hroug'li his lllgtdlllllly this st-vniingrly ilry stmly was insult' vi-ry intcri-sting, The officials for the first somvstrr worm-I Pl'l'Sllll'llfA Gfcorfu Shaw' Vice'-1'1'csiml011t John li us- Scum-tail" Miriam llziwkills, , , Y 1 5, Page Seventy-seven , 1. O to ' Ffh' 4"' fi . ., , , , fj N ,5g3,ai! ,,, J: M a or i? kg, Expression C lub The Expression club is composed of a group of girls interested in the study of the literary niasterpieoes of the world. 'l'he purpose of tho or- ganization is largely inspirational, each nieniber trying- to receive from 'tho old poets an idea which embodies tho beauty of the poem. The club also receives practice in the reading' of poetry and in the technique necessary in the presentation of any selection. Led by one of our most valuable teach- ers, Miss Morgan, the work of this club has become one ot the leading acti- vities of the school and we hopc to see it grow with the passing of the next few y0i11'S. The officials of this club who assisted Miss Morgan in the work of this club wore: President, Wiliiizi Evans, secretary, Zelma Ballard, Page Seventy-eight Hlllnlfllkf ,'m1a1.11:f.v1.n llgllmzf A L' gif . 1 O 42 I , lv 1- " D. 11 11 1 V 1 V I 1""" " "-" " "' M-A 'V " Q ,A , - A W" ' 1' M 'S' ' W ' 4A 1 Radio Club 'l'l11s 1111111 was Vl'l'y ll11l'1'l'S1lllQ' 10 1l10s11 lll'l0llg.l'lllg.l'7 1-spe1:1:1lly 11111 radio 1':111s W110 11-:11'11111l lllllL'll 1111111-1' 1111- 11111-1'1 5111111111100 01' M11 if11:1111p1011, T110 IIl0lIllJl'l'S 01' 11111 011111 w111'11 11'1-1111111 10 llllllllll' Sllllly 071' 11111 11111111 1111110 up- p:11':1111s 111111 1l1l'fl'l'l'll1 111111l101ls 01' 1'1-1f1-1v111g- 11111 151111 01 pl'0QfI'ilIl1 W2lllti'fl. '1'l11- g'1'0w111g 111-011111111111'11 01' 1111- 1111110 111 1111s lfUllllfl'j'1S l111s11111ss 211111 1-1-crew 11011 w01'l1l 1-1-111l1'1's 11118 club 111v11111:1l1l1-. 11 1s 110111111 111111 1111- club will be z1ll0w1'11 10 g'l'0W 111, s1z11 211141 111e11v1111's Elllll 1'1-111l111' 21 g'l'1'2l1l'I' sorviug to the school 211111 t01,11c Wll01l: w01'l1l- Page Seventy-nine ' Q,,f fl ,. , 1i ' l !l i5i all i ii- Latin Club I 'lllll' lmtiii club has boon dividvd into two giroups in 0l'flt'l' to g'iv0 pro- grrzmis morv suitvd to tho lll1tl0l'Sftll'1tlll1g of the studcnts. Tho sponsor ot' tho first division is Miss Footv. Tho sponsor for tliv sm-cond division is Miss Nuzum. 'Fhoy arc wry uapublo sponsors :mtl in thc study of Roman cou- trilmtions to civilization :ind Roman Ovorydziy lifts tlloy prove tlioir real knowlodgw- of tliv customs of that tinio :uid thvii' followvrs- 'l'lic offict-1's of tho first division for this yvm' wore: PI'CSlflQ'Ilf, Chaun- cvy 1f'1'z1zicr- Vice-President Cl dc Norbur - St-crotz11'v Lucille Wann, A 7 F 7 if 7 Page Eighty 5 VT ! V l ' l i !l i?g.ff ff' i Latin Club II 'l'his division was mmlv up of tho limlvi'-clzissliwii but lf0llll'll7lllUll lhi-ii' part :mil inurv in manly instzlilcvs than Thvy wore zlskod tu. 'l'h1-ir voinwc- tions with thv IIIIIIUI' mlivisimi of thnx Latin club was of grunt vziluv in tho pro- grznnis :xml llll'll' hm-lp was gm-:lily zlpprvcizxicil. lu uvxt yvzxl"s zwtivitivs nmny ol' thvsv nioixilwrs will tzikv thu plum-s givm-11 up by thnso grzuliizitingr :md thi-y hzivv bm-on :uh-qlizitvly lI'2llll0ql fortllvso clulivs. Thi' giizimlsg I-Kill NVrig1h1, l7lii'l'o1'ml Curloss :mil Mary Mvycrs, will likvlly bc tho lUZ1tll'l'S of this club ncxt yczir. Page Eighty-one 313: M 1... . 1 i e ,l 1 t LZ., lflrgliuisuianier em l, h f l llfllififi Miyagi? gi Viv, -s sf s-s s - Q --'--f .. get French Club I. The Freneli eluli was divided into two sections this year in order that the upper elassnn-ii would enjoy the niost difficult program and those who had just started tliei1'l4'1'l-lieli eonrse eould appreciate the programs offered lfllCI11. Mrs, Records is the sponsor for the first division and Miss Koontz sponsors the sl-cond group. Pupils in this elub Study the customs and man- ners of France and make praelieal application of their knowledge of the French language. The officers for the first group for this year are: President, Dereva Norris5 Vice-President, Orville Arinstrongg Secretary, Madeline Goodwin. Page Eight, -two all --1 --L 1.55 if l l lf i l f lf igs-ff W ' 3 French Club H This ilivision, sponso1'vd by Miss Koontz, did splomlid work i11 tlw :ul- V2llli't'lllt'lll ot' tlw lill0XVlK'llg'l' ol' I+'1'v1wl1 u11sto111s. AllllllllQ'll tlwy haul joint 1111-otillgs with tlw l'lI'0llCll I lllllll tlwy clitl Zlll i11cliviml11:1l work whivh tlwy :1ll :1pp1'1-vizitml illlfl Uilifll sw-11wd to 'mko El vital lllft'l'K'Si i11 1lw splvmliml work. Nvxt, your 11s tlwy go into tho Lll'l'llUll I vluh tlwy will ho 11hlo1o flo vvm-11 lll0l'U lllilll tlwy hzwo this yo:11' in tho study ot' tho ow-1'.y Ililly lifo of 1'll'2lllCC. Tlw ol'l'icv1's ol' this division of tho club XVOI'03 1'1'osicl1'11t7 lw11:1 ML-Ell'1'osl15 Viet--1'1'0si1lv11t, Nolan 151111011115 Sl-c1'c-tz11'y, Louis Mt?Sill2lII1. Page Eighty-three 133: ...t ...Q i N Ng: QW, W 1 i"'as, !1:ul:lllc1Q4:m .g t ' fi g l lR4l l5M,t!l!!il!5g"1'-5 Ji, , ,, fd- -f -Hn 1 Y , a , , , K Q l Stud Club The Study club is composed of 1l1L'1l1bL'I'S of Elwood High wishing to spend their time in extra study :ind inzxny interesting talks by Miss Gross- wege were zlpprcciuted and we feel that the subjects discussed in thc meet- ings of this club will help nuuiy of its members to study better. It is one of the greatest things in the world to know how to study in the right way- Although this club wus not one of the most prominent in the extra- cui'i'ieulz1r subjects, we feel that the activities of thc club directed by the efficiency of Miss Grosswegre is of ggi-ezitest value. This club was not organ- ized because therc was no really important business but what Miss Grosswegc could attend to it herself, Page Eighty-four 3,14 ........ ,mf-.. ,ta i I A fn'-is k Q Q V ,EL 5!l!,M1 ifi h Q .,, l 1R Ilei4 '1lt,lill !l!!",2r+ el The " " Club 'l'his 1'l11l1, witl1 thv Ili-Y v011stit11t1-s llll' only l11111111':11'y 111'g':111ix:1tio11s of tl11-s1'l1m1l. It is 1-o111p0Sml r1l'11tl1lvt1-s who l1:1v1- w1111 llll'll' lvtti-1' i11 llmtbrlll, lHlSlit'ill2lll, 111' tml-li. llviiig 111:11l1' up r111l.v ol' llll'St' llll'lIll7t'l'5 it is ol' l'0lll'SC lwl hy M11 N:111g'l1-. Its l'1'1-si1l1111t is: li11.1'11111111l thwtz: St't'I'l'l2ll'j', llilwr Dol- li11g11-1'. 'l'l11- lllt'lIllN'l'S of this club z1ll m'4111t1'il111t111l 111111'l1 to tl111 l1o11o1' of the :school 111111 it is one which dvscrvcs our Sll'Ollg.L'l'Sl 1,-11w1111'11gi-111o11t, Page Eighty-five Hlllnlllilklfbl- A-sittin!!!-"1 M IIQIEU ,Eggs 'tif ...1 1,55 4 "S "' -'fi ' ,QQ it f . -Q., G, ,, -A-"ffl ,5 f I ' O 0 ' '-G 1 If 2 A ,nz , ff.. 'ff ,.1-...,A,,..,...,...............-,,., .,,, N.. ,,---:.. A WLLJ. .-,,-,. s.,,.,.' .,,,,?. WL-.. ,.,-.,,,.,.' ' . Y ., 117.7 'f f 74' 'nl' " 'mir n.j.1g',:g,"' ". ' ' ' . Senior Class Play HTwec-clles " :1 Booth Tnrkington mln resented b the class of '29 7 1 7 y 7 was Fl great success. Under the efficient direction of Mr, Lindley, assisted by Mrs. Miller and Mrs, Forney, the play was given in it very pleasing man- ner. The east wa s :ls follows: Aclzun Tweeflle ............. Mrs. Albergone - - Winsora Tweedle Ambrose ........ Mr- fl2lStlUlJlll'l"y - Mrs. Czxstleberry Julian Castleberry ..... ............. Mrs. R1 eket ts ............... .. ...... .---- The Sheriff-Cons in of the Castleberryg --- Page Eighty-six Arthur Ormsby - Ruth Larimer --- Frances Glenn George Shaw -- Paul Keyser Mary Boston Henry Hackett Anne Lois Hiatt -- Glen Perkins ali ' v i an r A 3 1 I V , 1' A 'UQ 4, a i gl if -""'1' """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""' ml ' uf: 11 1 ff , ' f 1 I I xx X 1 J I f mm f s Xi JK xii ,K x 3, X? 5 QW 5 , 'f 'l 'u 9 A f W' 1 W4 ., 45715 ,an l1! 9n:.g,,,g + , fmQm w 1 awzlgsv i gk l I A Y 7 7 , 4 ,fi vi V 5 ga .e 2, 4 vjiv W' :L -N P. I X I -f-Q , ' ! 3 ' A . .b ,fmr "1 53 f' l , 4 Mp. WNV J .1 A wi G' H' M! riff -W, R Rs S Fm ,.-,,,.,. ,M ,UAX ,Q- ,i um fi!! L ' f l' -Nu ' . x. ' Q zlfwf , -1 'N l .. ..,. ...,.. ,. A :U lfgf a zx x f I if -M -I , 5.- ' C ' - ' LV3 P' ' AA 1, n -- 1 ii'fi"f?f3 5 4- . Q Q - v.:,,11.: gidiiiz if i-Q 1: P 1 1795 l - 0 0 . 5, 4 'Ti ' . ,ai! ,,W.,iii , i i ai si igi iii i Coach angle .Ti-rry. :is ho is i'z1niili:1r'iy known, ozinw io us ns 1-om-h from Jansonvilhi. ,llo uzinnot bi- houton :is :in :ithh-tip elim-v1oi'. What ho dom-sn't know :ihont Oonvhing' isn't worth knowing, :it h-:ist in our osii- nizition. Nnngrlo is likml bv 1-vvrvoilo :ind is il Truce frivmi 1o his ivann, into which hc' insiills :L lot of Tho spirit shown in Tho various QEIIIIUS. He proved his czilihro to ns this yvnr, and wo aim- expecting gm-:it things of him and his TUZIIII next year, Page Eighty-nine B3f:nsli.lf::u.v M Amia iiucix u mmig - ,. , nN 7, 7. V : -ui: r" l '-Q, I ' V 0 0 in --'M 'K 'ai 4 'fi V ' Z, - 'MM ,,,,,,,,,,,,g,.,,,,. ,.,,. ,.,...,.,,-.,:. ,..L:" ,..,-.,.4,....' ..,,,?-, el..- --.,.... ' ,ff X 1929 Football Squad This bunch has been in rigid training, and under Mr- N :uigr10's efficient direction, fine material may be developed. We are expecting great Things from them when they make the team, Page Ninety '. ,A fllllultl-lkPL ,mmm um is am mfg: L- A ' MC' ,,:'., ff ' ij' I i O 0 ., 1 Y 'O - ' , t . a ' 2, , M , --,,..W.,-....,-.f,. ,np ,,,- ,, A' , - ew-- .. ', , lk -. 7 vi ur vi 'gli-,W-1 Y 1 V Z Q V Hi. Y V V M .I V . I - . Ev ,Q MH, 1 . . .., . ,, ..,, L . '.g.2NwfLk.:.-A . h H . , , V M. 1' x,,k .. K A ' yy - ,sflg - 3 - K, ,V . H I Y 5. l s 1 ii r 1 A ,,.. .. .. ,..h ,. W. , .,,,,. ..a' LL-.W U i b an A--.- W WA-I--gs-LMU- W 3 1"A:":3'A ft'-"1'Y" A "sig WAYNE KlNiJ7"Chilly" R0BER'1'1HlfN'gii'f'Sn-rump'' Right llailfhzwk. figlt ll - King was onr triple tlirt-:it main this your, Boll was quite the hoy when it K'lllIl6 to ln- vonhl pairs, pntt :xml rnrry the hull like posses! He played his first yvur at 1-nd u vc-tr-run. "liing.ry" strntte-41 his stuff in and his st-voml at hult' buck. He certainly tho Mnm-iv gnnn- with his 11ntting.:. Sorry is a rip-snorting player. Two more years to hm. 3-ml' yyi,y,,,i. for Si-rninpl NVutuh his dust! lilfltllitilfl wnRI,lNic,L'1I1inz0" PAW' fggfilglifffi-"1ilibi" Qtlnl'tn-i'hau'k. ,l x ,i fi liittli- but mighty th-orprv, Hu would think 5flhr""k"f llvnf ,N111'2'f+ S. Hgh! hand mall, of just the- right thing.: to 110, :it just the X: "ln H"H"'1afeM"H,3'1'.1!1,P game' all Yo? right lilllvlllllil uonlsl he- do itlfjnnt ask md to 'hi was ask 'vim' He never 'ml' lxndvrsonl ed tu give rorrevt lllf0l'l.llH.f,I0ll. Lots of ' ' figlll next your Pauli WILLIAM BAXTER-"Bill" Luft Halfbuck. Bill was our vnptnin and one of Olll' most pi-m-ions nn-n. Ili- lt-ml his tvzun through a gnml se-axon :intl his playing placed him on tlnx First All-Stats' 'Fm-mn. Bill leaves ns now for Old Notre Dania--we hope, hnt his loss will be fc-lt greatly here. Best of lurk, Billl r JAMES HUNTA''Sympathy' ANTONE STINE-"Tut" . Loft End. Center and Left. Tackle. l'his was Syinputhy's first yvzn' with usp Another import from St. J0seph's. Tut he- also 1-nnie from St. Jonfs, Qliin exhibited took G0vtzie's place at center early in the great tele-nt und wx- ure expecting big things season and showed great promise for next Irom hun next year. year. Get going Tutl Page Ninety-one Q M .L .e l if ,-e , we ' , . 0 , C, " , Z , ,,, , ,T , A..Q 12. l 'L ., new -,- - A' 1 1 - A-'f 41 ' -' I "o"" ' W""' -le e 'p f " " "' f Aga' 1 r S 4 L . . L lf ' . , 7 ,v I 4-Kell ill-'Y M llblllll 01. fr' Qlllulfll LF 3: ....... KARL DENNIS-' 'Cad" Left Tackle. Karl always gets his man and most always his-ladyg he was inexperienced but play- ed the real game. NVQ! are looking for great ' ' 1 H t 'o ears. things from hnn lll tht nlxt w y KENNETH XVILLIAMS-' 'Kenuie' ' Injury kept "Kennie" out of the game the greater part of the season but he show- ed great Work in the Marion game. NVhile l t ld P13-Fill! he was one of the boys tia cou take the hall and travel with it! Sorry tu lose you, Kennie! DILVER DELLINGER--' 'Hazel' ' Left End. Even tho his mind was always on "Ruth," he forgot her long enough to play heads- up football. Dill leaves us this year and We ' ' N ' ' d luck Dilverl sure will miss hun. 1100 , HARO LD OWENS-' 'Farmer' ' Gu rd. a lnexperic-nee kept Harold. out of the line- up this year, but he is Just a Junior and shows he will be good material for next year's team, JOSEPH WARNER-"Flat Foot" End. This was Joe's first year at football and he showed up well playing the greater part of the season at end. Joe has one more year. Good luckl RAYMOND GOETZ-' 'Raget' ' WILLIAM BROGDEN-' 'Bill' ' Right End. Bill .vas one of our four fast ends. He was a terror on defenseg there was never h' . Just ask any end run pulled around 1m Richmond if Bill can run! Center. 1 in the season Gootzio was injured eary . After his return to the game the team hit it's stride and trounced those two beloved rivals, Anderson and Muncie. ' next year-Let ' s Ray is our captain for go Rayl Page Ninety-two 151 .4 Ag N , .-, X 35mllll:iQ1 ,g t ,,ll ,l oll yt L l la : alzlaslqig-gt ,1 haf' i ii l Ll i I l Q K yi JUSICPII l'lSlIlill.MONN-''JUN' Cc-ntvr. .lov plays-ll his initial your for ns this last sl-arson. llv is Pvlltlll' and qnitv tho bs-rrivs at that position. Cool ln-:ull-rl at all timvs was :mv of thu things ho was note-d for- thv otha-1' was his tavklingxl Can ho tarklv? Wall-li him during.: tln- nl-xt two yours! REGIS HIGGINS--"Hunk" Fiilllnu-k, "Hunk" saint- to ns from St. Jos0ph's and wo wi-rv :lad to gl-t him. lil- is our plow' ing fnllhark and il 5:11-at ill-l'vnsivv playvr. Hz- always had lots of fight and kept things pi-ppm-d up all tho tim:-. lwt's go Hank! JOSICPH BROHIPEN-"Joe" Tn-ft Guard. Jon- was onv of our big fast guards. H0 was thx- most onorgotim' man on thu team. Just 1"I't'Sllil' and thrvu more years to go. Stand by and watvh him! lZOBl'Ili'l' MvlJONAl,lD-"Bob" Fnlllnu-k. Bob vann- to ns in '27 from St, Joseph's. He- playod a, finv Hdlllk' this your, and we sure hatv to lose him, This was his last year in El-Hi. ClllN'l'0N l'.XRKl'lR-''Athlz-ti1"' Qiutrtvrhark. Parks-r was onv of our small ms-n this year, hnl ln- nnulv it up in his fighting abilityv Clint has the hvad of an old timer: we will surn-ly miss him next year while he is in California! HARRY DAVIS-"Hmm" a Right Half. .lnothvr small but fighting man was "Hoz." Ho showml signs of a gr:-nt plunger and a harli tzivklvrfa sv:-ond "Swodo!" Harry will be hawk nl-xt your-so loffs go! JOSEPH MORRIS--"Old Reliable" - - Right Guard. Jm- was shifti-rl from fnll hack to guard this yl-ar, lmt it sure was a pleasure to wat:-h .Too play. XVc lose Jon this yr-nr, and we wonder if we will ever find another like him. Page N inety-three I if 45 if Q I 7 1- 3 0 Q 3 fi . ,W U 4 ,I 5 V' i Y S gags gllhl 'ff Q Q 1929 Basket Ball Squad This is another group of reserves which Mr, Naugle is training for future work. Many of them have already displayed their mettle on the sec- ond 108111. We wish them luck in their coming yours, Page Ninetylfour X PAUL HUMKE-' 'Red" HOWARD LAMB 7 'lil I 5 it 'M -2 if j5!1l.Li.!LI!BE:!f. or -.fa!lai:t1i:sfmz.ms1uqf, -fa 1, f .af "2f'l',,, ' yrkiwifi , ., , OKVILLE A Ii MSTRUNG-' ' Farmer" Urville was at big farmer boy that played lmek-xruaxrd. However flue to a shift he played 4-enter in the seetional. He was pick4 ed ns nn all-sectional 1-enter, which is quite an honor. He 1-ertuinly earned it. Arm- strong has played his last for Elwood High. Fareivell, Furiner. BYRON 'l'Ul3BS7"'I'ubl1y" Tubbs was the baekfguurd on the team this year. He proved to be of great worth and was always where the battle was thick est. This was 'I'ubby's lust year to appear in Elwood High uniform, Best lurk in your future work, Tubby. JOSEPH MORRIS-"Joe" This was .lot-'s Inst year as a basketball red and blue. We hate to star for the see the eurtain no clown on Jo:-'s high school athletic' L-areer, but the time has rome when he must leave us. Joe played real ball all the time he was on the team. He was as 1-lean cut as they make them. His name was inscribed on the Sellers trophy, the highest honor Elwood High awards. Basket-ball runs in his family. He followed in the footsteps of his brother, Bob. Paul played a game we were proud to look upon, all year, and won laurels for himself as well as for the team at the tournament. He will be back next year. He is a forward. l+'l?lflD BFIFTCTI-"Br-oehy" Small but mighty. He made a showing at the sec-tional that brought him fame through- out. the eounty. He is a Junior this year whn-h means he will be with us again next season. Beech played forward and was as fast as Druckamiller. -"Lamhy" Lamb played bzwk-guard and forward. He was almember of the team that won great l'4'L'0ll'llltl0ll at the tournament. Lamb was n :ro-zetter, and played a nice brand of bull. He has two more years with us. We expert many things of him next year, also the yr-nr following. Go to it Lamb, we're for you. DILVER DELLINGERH- Red Dilver played forward in a wonderful man ner. He was a eurly headed clever player He has played his last year for the red and blue, and we certainly will miss him Good bye, Red old boy. Page Ninety-five f., - - io A O :f y Vazv 5 ,.. i pi 4 1, 1 1 Z' , f3z!l! " ' W - fi s+ l ' ! 1 15Q5g V, gi Class Basketball Team Thu S1-niors won thv class basketball tournziniont this your. It is the sccond victory for thc class of '29 during thcir C2lI'l'l'l' in high school, as thcy dcfcuted thc class of '27 iu thc decisive gzuuc two yours ago, Page Ninety-six -4" - "' ' W 'A ' " " 'A H ' f'-Y" .Q-A--"' A" A-dgzjhg: ,':'.:.,f'jff,i.'- I A M I ,,,, ,. , . ,. ,wr ,M ,116 I1 's Si E .9 ' 'E X ,L X' . N I M H- 519 ' ' ' ' A "' iW 4 Qf f 'f 1 4:53 J , J ff " E ' X 4 ' 'Qu-. H ff 'iff fi., , L. E i if Xin N Q l - ff 0' i1'if.fffQ,Qfi f.l . y VV ' ' M uw' ' 1 Jmmm " U 11 mwamssmc U 5' 'agua .,,4.... W .,,,,, . QAM-B: 1 .., w N - f., 1- .., X .. fl 4 --1 -- .545 Wifi L.. , 4 .fr gi Expression 0 Gratitude Wt- wish to vxprvss Ul1l'fil2llliiS tu thusv llll'l'l'l1illlfS :md iDllSillt'SS 111011 who huvcs zulwrtisvd with us this ye-ur. YVithm1t t'il1'il' uid it wouid huvm- hm-11 inipussihlo To vdit and publish this umiuul as it is. W0 mnisimlc-1' this hunk us hvluilgiiig' to thmn as 11111011 as to tht' stufh-nts of thc' high svllool. Ninety-mills: YEA' ELWOOD If PRINCESS 'I THE ONLY TIIING THAT TALKS IS PRICE. C- 'P' I .r 'T 2 ,Tj J I 0 0 1 5- e IEAVE A 1, I 1 I r I a,if,g3s l "' -M -- IL 1+ -1 I f" 13l95aL ifE. Q Y' ETPIW. '9 Qi-PTI' it, -WI 'G' 1-5 in I ' I 4 X -2- -IL -1- 'I' 'C' 'Tl- Q9- Eaten, Crane, and Pike Stationery Are excellent assortinents ef White linen finish paper. -2- With Envelopes ef Fashionable Cut. 41' 1 Kute and Conner Drugs , -'C' "Ii, 9- -'I' :5'- 'C' I-' JJ' 'D' Esf. 1900 1929 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE based on Twenty-Eig'ht Years Experience. Hi- . 'U' Prank IE. DeHori11ty SL Son Opp. P. O. Phone 193 I -:- f-:- " -F . -:- -:- , ' Page 0116 Hundrerd I 'ig l . t s F. i f 1 N w fl A ' , G- f , ,. -V' ' ' ' , 1 ' l ' ,Java-3,anins,1:lfa.m1efQi A iomniaiuass atalislmia-gf Y -1 Jain: 'li ' F: Ji. 1 ' . ' ' k Y' i "li'll" ',, ' . W ' '.t' J-'Lilo 5 Wl l I .' 'l llttlo slods? Uno ol' my foot would covn-1' oiu- ' lom." On' ' tho g'i1'l:1-' '. ' 1 ' .U L- dziugrlitoi' from me lu-1' 1 o 1' 'Z Io 1' 1 hVl'lf'llT tto girls out was lllfl' It urUc you gmt sum ot ti 1 ol 'lwcplot it would, Bull a Mr, Nallglo-"Say this food is torriblm-, wlu-ro is tho boss!" WZllfl'l'-w'LS0I'I'3', Sir, but ho is out to lunch." Aubroy Hinds-"Hav0 you road tho now book on colh-ge potting?" VVilma Holfiu-"No, what is it?" A. II.-"lt's called t'l'lu- W1111llilI'i'l' of tlu- Waistlamllfl Lxlwroiucv Smith-"lSonnio can IllZll'l'y auyono slu- plc-asm-::,' Kc-nnoth Williams-"IIow's como sho is still sinfflv thou?" L. S.-"Sho can't find anyono sho ploasosf' D Cru-land Moody-"What do you do whvn your pupils go to sla-op?" lllr, Davis-"Givo them a Z01"U.,, U. M.-"Well, givo mv 7515 my log- is aslvopf' Mr. Durst to II:u'ry Sllllfll--Hhylillllg' lllilll, would you talco my darling forevor ? ' ' Ilarry Smith--"Hook, Y:-gg Did you think I was ue-gotiatiug a loan?" Mr, Nudingf-' husband? 'Was Catlulriuo tho Sc-cond lIl2l!'I'lt'Kl, if not did slu- kill 77 Mr. Davis Cto Howard Grovnlyj--"lloward, what is tho kangaroo notod 77 Howard Groouly-"VVl1y its feathers to bo sure." Misra Millor' and Dorothy Loo talking: Dorothy--"Who would wo llavo ook il' you would go away?" Miss Millol'-"Oh, Ihad no idea you worm- going- to cook anyonof' Paul Shrinkvr-"Do you wanta fly?" Ht-lon Millor-"Suro." P. S.-t'Al1'ight wait till I catch one for you." A lot of girls aro bottle fod babiorr ovon aftor thoy aro grown, Page One Hundred One H!lt.l9I1lLlP4. ,Jm4a1,aa:f.1:n,:zglsuf5 A , ,, .. , ' - --ff: -555 r' fi? A o 10 "f VH I' , 1 1 5 - ' - ai ' - -. ..,...,.. . ... ,..,....L,,,....., ..r.., .,.,.,, .....-,,:... .. -, ...-..,Zf . M... -..,.....,. " ' gg w -' , .,,,.' , N47 1 ,v-- ' , V H Y ' v " ' ,Irv ' r "fx-A H ' ,,,. j.:.g,,w.pg, ,VVV A . J Jnluniu-g1:f"",' 3 F. , . W iQ.. ,.,, ,, W. , . , ,,-,. ,. i 32' M1 Alfa Page 0119 Hundrvd TWO Class Prophecy :" 'f- Qv 1? ,Q 1 'fl ,Z g ..ant.at:tti:ssaeziisanqis gk Y, I The Barnes Company were conducting an airplane tour of various places in the United States. Among the tourists were Miss Cox, our well known and well liked history instructor, our faithful principal Mr, Huff, Mr. T. B. liindley, formerly of the Elwood School, now instructor of D'ramatics in New York City, Miss Leah Clymer and Earl B, Forney. As they visited these various places they were indeed interested to see so many of the members of the class of '29, At Hollywood it was their pleasure to meet Frances Glenn and Henry Hackett now starring in the famous play "There Comes a Time in Every Young Man's Life." Robert. Grose operates the camero at this studio. Other members of the class of '29 located in ,Hollywood are Isabelle lewis, Dolores Woodyard, and Eva Magers, the trio. Just out of Los Angeles they visited Hob Hurd who is making a study of dates and peaches, Wliiltv stopping at Salt Lake City they encountered George Shaw, who has become a Mormon. It was not learned how many wives he had to date. At Denver Miss Cox was quite surprised when she went in a beauty shoppe to have a marcel to find Helen Powell proprietor and Louise McCarel her assistant. In St, Louis they found Hugh McDermitt employed at the stock yards as a judge of cattle, and Orville Armstrong left fielder for the Cardinals. Several members of the class were found to be located in Chicago. Charles Mills is editor of the Chicago Tribune and one of his assistants was formerly Miss Frances Johnson. Virginia Clymer employed as private sec- retary to Charles Ruger who is buyer of Woman's Vllear for Marshall Field. Helen Wiekard, who since her marriage has moved to an apartment above the Blue Island Savings Bank located in a suburb of Chicago. ln Washington, D, C,, Ruth Larimer is employed in the Government Department. Kenneth Alexander, a senator known for slow and foI'ceful speech, ln New York Mary Margaret Wocllwerts broadcasts each day as a pianist. Pansy Shaw is now starring in the Ziegfeld Eollies. Mary Boston owns a ladies, shop on 5th Avenue and Dorothy McKenzie is employed as a model. The law firm Ormsby and Keyser was located just off Wall street. lt was the privilege of the party to hear these lawyers conduct the divorce case of Ethod Noble and Donnie Harrell, Upon returning to Elwood the party was greeted by many familiar faces. Among whom were Anne Lois Hiatt, now the wife of the manager ofthe Alexander Jewelry Co. Leota Goins employed at the Sweet Shop and Dorothy Yohe, manager of the bargain basement at R, Ii. Leeson 85 Sons Co. Also Charles Hinshaw of the City Drug Store, Page One Hundred Three S - I ' O 0 l '4,. ', " 1. 4 4 1 . it A Q L!! a!lQ!r E' ,DI -:- -:- -:- -1 -:- 1 -D' 'D' 'U' ' ' -U' I 1 42- 'U' 'D' 'U' 'U' iv Edgar M. Clark Open Every Minute in the Year an Phones 108 641 4. + 'D' . j I IF- 'M' -3- 'Q' 'D' Page One Hundred Four N Senior History j a lianmgieus r ' ta.:t1m-waaiesiwfi 43,5 5 . s-e ----f """""""'- "" 'l. CQ ,I tContinued from Page 361 Then '28 came like a song, Gee, but it didn't seem long, And then we wondered if we had done, The best we could or had too much fun. In these four years we'rc just prepared, For a stiffer strife that lies ahead, The troubles we'll meet while running our race, We-'ve learned to meet with a smiling face, In these four years if we have gained, A sidelight view of many things, And learned the art of appreciation, And better ways of concentration, ls worth as much as a constitution, Then l'll say this contribution, -ORVILLE ARMSTRONG. Mr, Forney-"Is there a country named Macedonia now?" Mary M. Barnes-"No, its all Greece now." Our High School Takes on New Institutional Life, R. Lt. Reynolds, is a graduate of Elwood High School where he was born and reared. Alma Foland--'LWhat is a hypocrite?,' Miriam Webb-"Well, its a girl that comes to school with a smile on her face." Lucille Rankin-"Gee, but that pop-corn smells good." Hubert Jenkins-"Really, l'll drive closer so yau can get a better smell." Margaret Taylor-'tWho was the author of the line 'Breathes there a man with soul so dead?" George Shaw--"It was written by a visitor to the State Saengeftest of 1892 while conversing with a member who had just eaten a large slice of limburger cheese. " Page One Hundred Five t oo Y fo , l l '?ll !l i4ggfg Z' -'i 4- -:- -:- -:- -:- ., 4. QHRRS .:. The Home of Goodl Clothing 4- t "Clothing" H:- That is Clowect in Style, Fit ' and VVO1'lIIfl2lI1Slllp. 'U' 'E' Prices Always Right in Keeping WVith Quality. JAS. W. HARRIS lu- -:- ' 'I' 'C' '25 'I' '2'E Wm. L. ABBUTT, Inc. l ,L Ci-I .h, Lmcoln md Fordson CARS ' TRUCKS ' TRACTORS I i THE HOME VVHERE YOU GET SERVICE. l Phono 899 Elwood, Ind. 'Q' 'C' 'C' 'S' 'G' 4, ' SEASONABLE FOOTNVEAR J:- In the Latest Style Always. 4 Richeson Shoo Store Successors to John Fahorty. rl' 111 So. Anderson St. 'G' 'I' 'I' 'S' 'Q' Page One Hundred Six rl Sill IIIIJLPJ. 03181 IIHHM2l11!lfH 1191 -- --4 - " sa icllm lwuls Amon luw to the latest fashion notes skirts .irc womff 1 uoiu bmlou thc 1 init huuth 11 1011 1 ll on are t 1 QOIIIU' o mi tlll'lll on ' n Q V I r' .L V : U T' Q A-,' I' i ' ':s 4 1 ,fa , pl, A f "'t ' 1 A "'1" ,QQ Y I."l1 1 c- l' 5 -1, '. ' ','. ' . ' fb '. to b- 1 - 1 ' 1 limes." llo'l " ' ' -"I llllif l lit 't, b t h 1 ' , hly ' ' D t kewl ,Helen lNIcl.'1'vz11'y-L'I got 0 i11 Alg'vbra today " Tl'lllZl QIXVCIIS-'iTl'l2lfiS l1Uflllllg'.H Ilelou M.-"What's nothing?" 'lll'lll2l 0.-"Zvro.' Jam- Hackett-"Will you lu-lp the Old Ladies IIUIIIUUZH Mr. 1111ff-"Yrs, wlu-rv are they?" Mr. l4'or111-y-"VVl1at are gauu- preserves?" Jezlnctte Clymer-"Pickled duck." Mr. Huff' CWhil0 giving- his class :1 lottlu talk 011 kindness to animals -Hnlllll' il' I saw 21 bov bslatino- il cloukov and ' y P. s so, what virtue would l be sl1ow111g'?'l J illl-A A Iirotherly Love. ' ' stopped him from doing' Mrs. Miller Qiu health clams--"Tl1o chart shows that a childys heart beats at 140. The heart beat goes down to 70 when at old age, and a extrc-1110 age it goes up to 75 and 80. What causes this?" Russell Klijlllbllb-+iKSt'C0l1fl chilclhoodf' Did You Ever Try Making a board walk? To use a cocks comb? Making- your watch run? Talking to the "souls" of your To teach tho pupils ot' your 1-yo Whisporing- to an ear of corn? To make 21 peanut staucl? Mr. FOIWIOY-HPH1ll Rove-rv roclo in 1775 A. lb. Marjorie Ilarbit-t'After dark." Page One Hundred Seven shoes? ? Wllilf does A. D. moan? 4. ART '1- - as an ' o 0 NL L? f K" ' u . f l 1 'E A Y, K e e e e "' h ' Q- f X, G' 'C' ':' 'P ':' eh ' I , 1 I -D- 'D- OW -0- QOMF- NERSHIR, -U- ,pair .- A EUEE-isi:1E54Z2 2:m:f " fw , A ,, ag ,., 'U' fy of W le -4, ' -G' I' , J Q oanxm A LOAN b e-if 5 ' szuzcv A Home PLA N h ? w'1Wh 1 A ww ff? Q M ww ig ,flag " M429 J 1 3 X ,QE3 :xii sms svsrcr-1AT1cALLY L , llxlvhlu. , he W I7 f ARTASAVINGS Acccu ,ig :fu ff KH eunwmc 6 m.oAN ywllllwgff gig? 4' . 1? NU f 'vie , mv f, ,w 'wf K- i wmoovr some Luxunrzs 7 'ii- .. Y juml -gi 'Y " ' :i Rz'rAu. Lurnnuznnl 'As A 'D' 1.32 Phone 132 Winters Lumber Co. 1 "The Lumber Yard With a Conscience" HUR E. BELL, Manager 'U' 'D' -J- + -2- -2- -5- -2- Page One Hundred Eight I ll I I1 LLL -itil IM-'Ml Il!! I ,- glib 1... 1 4 CALE DAR . 1 an ' 1 -1 - -V ,K Q va ' j .c Q " s I , 5 O W C . -, -. f ' I 4 I , J 'E 4. ' 1 l . ,.. . A - . .- U' P '. --.i--a "1 . . ' """'t "" L. " i , S , , , I , knit K ,i qfgnguqlanzn- 'Q ,J A r P ' V I Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Sept Sept. Uet, Uet Oct- Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oet, Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct- Oet Nov. Nov. SEPTEMBER. 10.-Well here we are again, starting at good speed and will gain momentum. 11'-l"reshmen persist in going to wrong rooms. Cheer up, they all learn. 12.-Miss Cox is trying to tell the boys from the girls in H. R. 200, 15 -Footballl-i-defeated. 17-Seniors sure feel their importance 24 30 1. --Annual staff announeed. Much rejoicing, -Our athletie editor met Bill today, OCTOBER. -Eleetrie eloek being installed, Hell rang' early by mistake, 5-Senior class meets. Ruth Larimer chosen boss, 8. ll 12. 15 16. 17. 18 22 24 26 29 One of our charming Junior girls fell for the traction ear tracks today at noon. -'l'wo auditorium ealls. Mr, Clown proved quite entertaining, -Shortridge 7, Elwood 0, Play the glad game, it might have been NVOFSU. -Excitement. Vacation near- -Grand rush to get in a good elub. -Oh bov those eards. Lorraine C, tells his mother that HP" means U nf 7 rerfeet ever t1n1e. Y lil.-Vacation -Ilow inanv think the are the shininfr li ht of their class toda T -I rs -During Ureseent Staff meeting a charming Freshie girl eame in Il, R. 200 and ask-ed Charles Mills if she might sharpen her pencil. .F--lean Ferguson eo iied her ma s arain toda but if she doesn't 2- Y, change her mind she will get them herself next time, -Monday--blue?-and why? 31.-Robert Hurd was in such a good humor today that he eould almost laugh at Mr. Smithls jokes. NOVEMBER. 1.-Maurice calls Theresa his "little jewel" with hopes that this jewel will become a diamond some day, 5.-Monday-how many boys still think they have girls and how many have decided it was only a dream. Page One Hundred Nine 15 Qllfillilklp-I. rmiuimasiav :mln 5 i'i"""" " A ff 1' -:- .-:- J Z- --if ' ,f W K ff 'P' -215 A514 e Believe 0 that it is the desire of every honest up-to-date in' scholar to be the best in his class. This is a noble desire and will surely have its reward. 4 Ours is a High Position 4 The highest position a mercantile house can have is to be the best in its class in the coinmunity. The confidence of the public is gratifying andnis 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. 'D' R. L. Leeson 6? Sons Co. 'i . 'I' 'S' 'S' 12' 'G' .1 City Drug Store 4. DRUGS-L1PAINTS WALL PAPER Prescriptions Correctly Compounded. 4' o. D. H1NsHAW 'U' The Home of Sky Rover Radio. A 'C' 'C' 'G' 'I' 'Q' 'D' 'D' Sunbeam Restaurant A Place for the School Children. .:. PATRONIZE ., Those That Patronize You. WILLARTD NVINDLIG ri? ., 'S' 'S' 'D' 'I' ' Page One Hundred Ten 1 'I - ' 1 -111 il 1 i i an-us' miss? - 11111 1 -1-nrt! 1 A 1-if 1 IA: . 7--Mr. 11' ll 's 'l-. 'Il ' 21 I nix ' ll 'k L6 blxsy ,',. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov l . 10. . 12. -14. lti inc cv nm 1 th t ltthod and lion 1 110111 111.1 G 8, No 1 P4111 T111 llllllllll ull praetue for Muncie game -D1-featetl Muncie. Thanks to the mud, -El1lt'I'f2lllll'd by Nrs, Gray-Levine and son. Why couldn't she 001110 1110I'0 Offtlll? --flllilI'll'S Mills had a date with Frances last night, Wat.ch him strut. -Basket ball season starts, , 20.J14lllft'I'l2lllllld by Ru-v, Troy. All the little nuts were in their places Nov, 233.-Autlitorium call. 'l'wo nurses from Indiana University speak, Nov 26-A-Ask Uharles R, who his girl was on his sixteenth birthrlay, Nov, 28 -Gratle earcls eonie o11t. Good work, Bonnie, Nov. 29.-'llllI'lil'y and oysters, Nov. 30.-Hash. DECEMBER Dee. l--Hllash, Dee. 2.-Ditto. Dee. 3.-Another lllonclay after a vacation, Ho, Hum, Dec. 5.-ARl'lllt'llllJl'I' Dorotliy M'eKenzie's banclaged nose, Dee. 6.-Joe Beatty, the eoatless wonder. Dee. l0.-WI141 is the most studious? Not A11to11e Stine, Dee. 12.-Mary lllargaret fell for liill hard, coming up the stairs tomlay, Dee, l7.ASenior elass play postponed. Dee. 19.-Oh. these influstrious Senior girls- Some one should receive some- thing' niee with this nionev thev are inaking at the 5 SL l0 eent stores, Dec. 21.YNo more school until January 2. JANUARY. Jan, 2.-Hack to school after a long vacation. Santa must have brought Uliarles gHll0T'S his 11ern1anent wave and Robert Hurd his black eye. Jan, 3.-xVflll4lt'l'flll entertainment bv Doctor Spriggs- Jan. 4.-Ask Ill-l1111Wi1-lcar-fl what time it is. -Tan, 7.w0l1,l1ow hard it is to get up on Monday mornings, Jan, 8-9.-Nothing exciting, Jan, ill.-fAlltilll0I'llllll eall. Sweaters awardefl, Jan. 14.-Dorothy M1-Kenzie sent Rob Hurd to srive her new flame a book torlay. Wc111cl1'r what was interesting- about the book? Jan, 15.-Marv Margaret d0esn't know which she likes better, ruby rings or taffy. Jan. 16.-Seventeen Seniors. Some are so industrious that they spend Sen ior Wcfelc at school. Jan. 17--Senior Class Play. Rllll1tlHllJCPlhL?FC comes a ti1ne i11 every young ma11's life, Page QU? Hllllfllffl Eleven xljglllhlfllkif Jmq-11.an:f.-1 as :mu an Eg L i. QQ A.' ' ,,. Q W-H , U4,4 V . .g . M,,,f f' gig "' - -:- -:- 3- -:b:- . f 'P X 'D' 'U- 'D- 'U- Q Elwood Q ca Lumber 4 + Compcm 4 'D' 'U' -U' 'D- + 'G' -2- -5- -2- Pgo HddT1 1 "" 3lllnllI1lLF .mtaimami 11111111110 5 gl-ft 3,332 ,...... ...M .1 ..... Q ' e alll dll W1 111 thosi l11.1t1 is 1 wow?" Zl Th1 ILLQIDUOIAI nas gorgeous The 413 s eeitalnly engoyid convict llln' the 4A s w if - L F - h ,.. r,- 4 A lf' . . .. . .. 5 A: I O . 3 , . ', 'l. 4 -x 1 if -J, 4? .- ' ,,-Ll" .-, .. L.. .,..' , '. .-,,..-. ' ' ' ' ""'i "M' ,,-1-,,f, W "' A-,W :1 f ff ng Hn , . ,, f 1 . . " I Y' 1 l' 18 - 'Z' ' lt S ' 3' " ' hi tt' 2 H J. f. ' M 1 I' ,- . '.- ' 9 ra i T- Jtlll 25.-The new semester is starting rather slow, Jan, 28.-As a reward for beinw the best lllillll 11lator of ehewino- -ruin Tsa- n rs n s rs Pl 7 belle Lewis frets to s mend Senior Vlfeek 111 school. D Jan, 29.-To date 0110 Senior has o11ly tlllI't00ll more conferences to serve. Jan, 31.-Only four more nionths of school. Tin1e flies, FEBRUARY Feb. 4.-Vlfonder why Allllfl Bell Gregg hides her neck tl1is 1Il0l'lllHQ'? Feb. 9.-M12 Fisher's lecture today HIlllflI1l2lt0 AlllL'l'lCt1.i, Pictures were wo11derf11l. Now everyone wa11ts to go to California. Feb, ll.-Just lcOlllld o11t why Marr Boston and liud Kantner hold ha11ds 1 1 ' 1' E ii 1 at ent of st. periom. xc angie o notes, Feb. l4.-Anne Lois Hiatt looks quite charming in her gift from St. Val- entine. Feb, 18.-Garland Moody is 11nable to absorb enough klnowledgxe at high school therefore he spends his noons at the library. Of course Wllllltl Illld Ava are there also. Feb. 20.-Mar Belle Evans thinks this semester seems so d11ll. Too bad y h ' h Charles llins aw is11 t ere. Feb. 21.-Thursdav 1ll0l'lllllU' afrain after Vlfednesdav nie'ht, . IH Y' ., F' Feb. 25.--Nl'2ll'lIlg,1' card day, how niany are wishing school was out, Feb. 27---Oh, but l dread to get llly card. MARCH. Mar, l.-Cards at last. Great rejoicing, Jeannette passed again i11 all sub- jeets. Mar. 4.-MSpri11g fever is s11re evident on Monday lIl0l'lllllg', Mar. 7.-Mary weren't you taught not to chew gum? Au Revoir Senior week. Mar.13--Classes meet. Mar, 15.-The play Julius flaesar was presented before the St11de11t Rody today. Two periods omitted. XTlI'Qfllli2l preferred to go to lndia11a- polis with Rnd. Mar. l9.-Entertained by Dr, Rai11ey. Slide pictures of Alaska, Mar, 21.-Three lIl0lll,b0l'S fT'0Ill the Sousa Rand called upon us today- Re- n1e111ber "There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder." Mar. 25.-Oh this wo11derf11l weather. Wh ' are so llltlll students absent? 1 3 Mar. 27.-Have yo11 heard about the soap box. It seems quite popular with Johnny a11d Dorothy, Mar. 28-29.-No more school this month- Spring vacation. Girls, don't forget the new clothes Sunday. Page One Hundred Thirteen E ff 3 Hlllnllllklll- KQRIQIISSYM Ill!! I 5 as 'Qs ig Make Tins Store Your Headquarter y fifff ,-. .L rf? VI . . V O . 0 , I jn A .A,v ,. - ,.', A :T 2 U I -J 'f: - W, ..h,, --,.,...-gr. ,sale ,-,-,, 1, , , '. .L----, i , .-. ' , ""i'N -1, '11 Af ff ,+A 1- r. ga ,'.,. 1 ,pg f f- - - gf W "-,.-'-' 'S' 'C' .45 ,- -2- 'C' Ni i SERVICE AND QUALITY HARDWARE 'I' The Elwood Hardware Co, is niade up of inen who have sue- 'C' cessfully served niany years in this business, and who know best, to serve you. Each year brings to us a greater sense of responsibility to our custoniers, because we know our success depends upon quality lI1t'I'Cll2l11CTlSO, and the service we render you, 'U' We appreciate your continued confidence in us, solicit your 'D' 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, Aluniinuin, Granite and Pyrex 4. Uooking' Utensils, Chi-Naniel Varnish and Enainels, Gendron Wheel 4 Goods' Nationally Advertised Tools, and a General Line of Hard- ware. FREE 'DELIVERY lu- , 1:- Plione 96. 104 So. Anderson St. Q 'P' ':' if' A 'I' '2' CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1929 4, and 4. THE CRESCENT STAFF I . HITI UTC 1118 ! S A l' 1' TEAS OOFFEES UANDIES 'Q' 3' A "I' ':' 'P f' N Y k W ' st d C' Hot Haniburger 5c 4 Coney Island 5c 'in- lcc Cream Sodas Phone 424 1531 Main St. - it 'FM' 'fl 'im' vii- 'I' A E, MFG' K. Page One Hundred Fourteen .. 11-1 - A A i4i , ,.ffi .1 ., , 1 'E 1Q1!.Mi El??!i...-.., 1 " 1 ---fl1 11d.l5fs3i 15.1!1 !1!iif ' If Y' 1 1 1" 1.-S0 11-b"11'-: 1"l ' l, -'1 -1.-fs '1-- -11 -Q ' l 11' , A1111 A1111 . APRIL 11 11 11 ll A111 1111111 1-11111 s, 111- 111sv, 111111 V11111' 11111 mg April 8.--111011-1111s 11isz1pp11i1111-11 111 l1-z1s1 1'11111' S1-11i11r girls wl111 w1-r1- 111-111-1111- 1 April April April April April April 11 ing 11111111 hi111 for 51-11ior W1-011. 10.-We s1-1- Mr, Smith is 11rivi1111- il 111-w Essex 111111 1111111 Mr, 10111-111-y's P' 13111uk has il 111-w lllS1l'1', --A 111-w 111111111101-, 111211 of Dick 111111 Mary 1112ll'gI1ll'1"l. 14lI'1'S1l1lli'1' XV2l1l'1l your s11-p7 S1-11i11rs :1r1- 111-ating y11ur time, 12.11'111'11s ilgfilill. 11 is 111-ci111-11 019110211171 1111-:111 1111y1hi11g 11111 11111 15.f11liss -1111f11s1111 is i11 11'1i1w1111l11-1- this w1-1-li. f11l11ri1111s r1-l1-11s1- 1.I'1'1l1 11r1-111-st l'2l. 16.-We ll1'2l1' R1-g 11-ft his 112111 1111 1111- 1l11111' 111011 Slllltlily 11111111 111 111111-11 1111- I'2lll1. 1111181 111- 111v1-, 111lI'l2lIll, 18.-Uliv 111' 11111' C1l2ll'lllll1Q' 11'1r1-sh111z111 1111ys i111'11r1111-11 11111- 111' 1111- 1311811- lllilll 1rirls11111:1y 111211 111- w1111111 l111v1- 111 sit. witl1 l1l'1', 1111-11 111 fi1111 11111 his s1-111 was 1111 1111- 111111-1' si111- 111' 11111 r1111111. '1'1111 111111, April lS1--l11-111ri1-1- l5I'1'1lll0I' was 111-:11'1l 111 SZIIV this lll01'11lllgJ,', "Just 11111111 2 April spring is l11-r1- 211111 I only 11w1- Mr, 111111 S18 11111r1- 6111111-r1-11u1-s, 0.--151111-r111i111-11 by 1111- 111111-111111-111-s. C'111111l 1111-y 111111111-1? April Z2.4'l'l11- lzist 111i111111- rush for g'1-1111113 S11ilIlSl101Sl12lS p11r1rz1y1-11 s111111- April April April May M115- Nay May 10, V May 111. M11 y 1111it1- 1111111si11g3 1111141-s, 24.-lsz1b1-110 211111 D1-1111-1-s 11111511 l1:11'1- visi11-11 Fl111'i1l:1 last w1-1-11. '1l11l'l1' 1:11111pl1-xi1111s 2111- 111-:1111i1'11l1y 11111111-11, 26.-'1'111-rv il1'1' s111111- s1111j1-1e1s which Mr. 111111111-y s1-1-ms w1-ll p11s11-1l 11p1111, 1-sp1-1-izilly High School 11111111111-1-s, 30.-EV1-ry0110 1i1i0I1 1111- circus, 1-sp1-cially those who h111'1- f1111r11-1-11 c11111'1-1'1-11c1-s- MAY. l.f1111s1 1111111111 of s1fl11111l, 2.-lJrz1111:11i1- Club play. Q11it1- 11 s11c1f1-ss. 6.-l1ri1lgr1- parties 111'1- 1111i11- p11p11l:1r HOV' with s111111-, -S11 lllillly S1-11i11rs 2l1'1' NVl'211'll1Q .11111i11r l'l11gl'S. WfJllf1l'1' if it will 111- fl'l10 111-X1 y1-ar. -A11111-, 111111'1 you 1ill011' 111-111-1' th1111 111 111- z1l1s1-111 1111 M111111z1y'? 15.-111WV2ll'l' S1-11i111's! 131- Q111111 1111- last w1-1-k- Mziy 17.-W11l1lll'l' what 1111- 1-1-1-1-p1i1111 will 111-, All 4A's Il1'0 ig'1111r1111t. M11 y 20. 2" May 1-. May 24 May 28 1Vl11y 251- Mziy 30 -Only il few more days. -171-1-S1-1-111s 11111. Are they Z1 s111-Q1-sS+,-111111 l111w. .-S1-11i11r w1-1-k blxgillg, -1'111111111-111-1-1111-111. 1111w 111:111y 11-ars w1-1'1- Sl!i'11? W-S1-11i11r Class Day. .-Last clay of s1el111111. Happy V111-11111111 Page One Hundred Fifteen, ,,i3g:n1l1.m:Hu.v .mlm 41:51 .n llsflflif. gt Q if I-,li ...Q I , V F .. 5 l jj 'Q ' 2. t YY N , if, L f -. . -1 ' LL-.- . .. f" ..1. ' fur" ' ' fn' ',,r,j.., .pg 1 ' I L -- -e- -:- H L. -:- -:- . X -E' 'U' -U- VVQ, the Members of Elwood Medical and Dental Society 'D- Heartily endorse the Crescent and Extend WVishes to the Class of '29. NV. H. FITZPATRICK + M. L. PLOUGHE R. R. PLOUGHE WV. A. LAUDEMAN R. N. FILIATREAU T. S. OVVENS G. V. NTCVVCOMER ' F. V. NEVVCOMER -D' HW. M. HOPPENRATH DR. J. CULLIPHER DR. FLOYD HARROLD DR. MELVIN KING ' J ,Dlx DR. J. C. MCDANIEL L. A. MOTT H. M. BROWVN . ROY SCIRCLE NV. H. HOPPENRATH 'D' 'D- + 'D' . .- 154. , ,, , 'I' 55' U euee Page 0119 Hllllflfed Sixteen Ar i :lie "ffl T . i Ng ' - T5 f I N fr 'A -4 ' 'l, 4 f i ' ',.! , 3,:lninm1zl,I.,e1zfni r M,,a!!l!!l!ie- f-, I " " Qs if i s 9' We Want to Know'7 Docs Silly Plea 9 ls G1 lbl Wiwlitl Does Bob Hunt? ls Earl Noble? Is Garland Moody? ls Leota Goin? Is Orville 'S AI'1USfl'OHQ,'? Lawrence Ray-L'IIow's your IIoaltl1?,' Paul Burton-''Failingfl Class Etiquette. l7on'T do all The reciting, Slumber in your seat. Pass the gum to your neighbor, Drop your pencil to pick up a note- Exeuse yourself when you sneeze. Go to the dictionary to break the monotony. Wzlsli your hands so you can raise them more. lie sure and reall your neig'l1bor's paper on a test. Could You? Mr, Ashton-Hlwonarcl, sit clown in front!" Leonard Etchison-'KI can't." Florence Spring'vr-"Have you hail 'l3aeon's Essays and Lambs Tales?" Joe Morris-"No, I'm in training- now. I never eat dessert." Miss Foote Cin Latin elassj-HWill you give me the principal parts of il'ly?,' George Stieklvr-"Flea, fly, bug." Mr. Aslitoii-"Where's The dead sea?" Bill Downing-H I don't know, T 1licln't oven know it was siekf' Mr. Nurling-"ls that clear?" We-lcloii S-'AAS clear as mud." Mr, Nuding Cthoughtfullyj-''Well, I guess that covers the ground, doesn't it?" Page One Hundred Seventeen ?'l33l !l i5 r lt UF 'K r vi an o 43 9 'K 1, f 5 fr.. 6 f .va-vnu nu in 1 rt ' yup, " ' Y, 1 19, 'I 5 ll. 1 'n' 'u ':'. ':' 1 1 X ' 0 The Colorful Kltclmen 'U' -U- Is More Than Stylish-- It is Inspiring! , ,,....,..--. ......-....-uu-....-- . ID, T' . ---f----'W-f Slll'l'0lUl!llllg'S lmvv vvvry- 5- -qs f. ,' lg' 'E' L flung tu dp with our dls- ' ,t A - '1 S positions. Urllsiclvl' the N , woman who Works in a , . dl nlvuk, f'lll'0l'lOSS li1llfl1011. I 5 E 912' fl:-L 'lf-" .Q l T g 1 N ll : L ' f:1:1: How van shv bv bright : ...: 'U' ,, 1 ""' """"'::::::::""'--""" S555 :md vhvvry? Huw van hor kitvhvu dufivs bv iuspir- wa...-3--w..:,...M....,.,..,,,,,,,,u,., 111,21 Xvllilf shv uvvds is ,qggg -------- M-J ? - - ,VA.,, x . L . : 1 ,.1l.,.. . l.., 1" f'1-- A L. il brlght, K'0l0l"l'l1l, gZl1'd011 . ..,.4 . f. 41 :poi of a FU0111. " "A" YH? , E, 'l'hz1t is why 'fhv 11vW, STX- l Iish, f'0lOl'fHl, S v I 1 v 1' S .z 5 2 1 kltf'l1l'1l has so quickly' bv 'A ww-W-........i 9' ffl., 'U' wmv poplllar. If mvt a r-- ---.....,,,. Q 4 l'l'f'1llg' uvvd in Tl1UllSi111dS ' of homvs. It has litvrally Y V l'l'211lSfig'l1l'l'fl vouutlvss wvary womvu by lllillglllg' Sun- shiuv and joy into hours that wvrv offvu 1l'liSU1I10. Svllvrs, thi-ouglx Tbv uvw, volurful, stylish Klff'l1l'1lilll'ix, offvrs il vvry simpiv Way to makv any kitvhvu lllxilllllflll. 0 SELLERS 5' KITCHEN CABINET N -E ON voNv1+1NUcNT TIQRMS 'U1 R. L. Leeson 6? Sons Co. ,, ELWOOD, IND. l -l-uiaff -:-- -:- -F il Page One Hundred Eighteen anim ma: 1.1f4.2. 2m1a1.11:1-.11 44 :11111f11u1f .f --- if 2 11111 1 111 1111111 11S 11111111 tl ' 11t1 4111118011 1 11st I .1 1 11118 1 ,fs--ig 1 Elf l 'l ,, , i .12" f 4V .. WMM ' ,,,,,,,,,,,HH.,,,,.,, ..,,. .-,,-..,...' . ". A l..H.-..L, I Q51 M' - . . ,. , A Q 11' 1 XV2 '2 'g 11'-UTI -t ' 121' 2 '2 t '2T'1I1-, G'-2 1' '1 -H111 111 1" 11 21 11211' 1- " ','i11g 1i1'11." G21yl W0iDkiI'1l1gI-4iiSXX'1'ii girl w21lki11g.i11 front of us." D11lor11s W.-i"1'il21lliiS, tl121t's my 1not11o1'." G1-orgv Smith tin Sth Ill'1'1011 Assvmblyj-"011111-r! OI'lil'l'i" Karl D1-1111is 'ust Xvilkillfr 111 --ufiillll 211111 own-S 211111 1121 ' S0lll0fi11ll4' - 5 mo, .1 jazzy. " Miss tfox- Gilvs ,lIi21tt-" ililtttl' il1101ill'1', 111 vo is two fool t11i111's 21ift111' 1-21cl1 other, 1 Life is o1111 fool thing 1 ' lg 1 'Tis if111111y your 1'1-cit21t' Wl1y so? 011 121-1ui111ls 1111: 0fQl1l'iJt'U.H 77 Miss Cox-"lS11ilt on fl blufff' E11w211'1l Ault-tl 111121r11so11111thi11g this 111o1'11i11g t1121t op11111-11 my 11y11s ' lI,or211f1- Mays-HS11 11111 I, 2111 211211111 clock." K21tl11111111 Y211'li11g-L'A.r11 you going t11 tho 1'21ir'?" M21111-1 l'.M"A t'21i1' t11is ti11111 of y0Zll'?7, K21t11l1'1111 Y.-HT1111 112111111- s21i1l 1'21i1' 101ll01'l'0W.H 1+'r21111'11s 1111-1111-"Lot 11111 chow your glllll il w11il11." 1Jo1'ot11y X'.-4'W11i1f11 1111117 uppvr ol' 1ow1'r?', Ruth L.-' ' M211'i1-ll21 1'211f11w-H01' t111- glass blowers 211't 11" U211'1 M1:i'2111-t'W1121t t1121c111-1' 1121s 1111- 111-st i'00fNVt'2l1' i11 Hifvh S1:hoo1'? M2111fo1'11 M.-' ' 1 111111 't know. ' ' F 1'2ll'i M1f1'2111-t'Miss Foote." M. BI.-HI'1KDi2l1l1 yo11rs111f." if LAW X A, A .i 1111, s111 1121s 1t211y for i1l'1' 1121s11, si11c11 s1111 t1-211:111's I121ti11." Those who have 21 swvvt 11ispositio11 211s11 1121v11 21 ferocious t1-111p11r fM21y 3I0l'gIHllD, Page One Hundred Nineteen Is11't, Pzmsyys ring 21 fino 11x2111111l11 ot' tho stone u11tt11r's art?" I, -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- .W-i X 'D' 'D' + J. C. PENNEY Co. 4 I 214-216 So. Anderson St. ' ELWoon, IND. 1' GUCDD ILL 4 By 'fi-vafiiig' our cfustoinors as We would 42- 'I' likc illfllll to trcat us, by sowing 'rhmn With 'iillo Sanio cfoiirtosy and attention ovary day, wo arv building friendships fast and on- l .5. during-wc arc building Good Will. flu i 5' I5 Wo liavv found that the kind of svrvico that all of our vustoinors like is that which on- ablvs fhmn to como to our store always with llio assurance of receiving' 'rho fullest -C' possible- amount of Valuo for every dollar l llicy Spf-nd. - 'U' 41 - -zgff' -:- WH- -:- '1' Page One Hundred Twenty ,5-33,:nilz.m:Ci4.1f mlm :wsu :unfair gb Miss Lrrossw ege Qin Gtornl Vtri do you reinunbcr your llll'l1lI19l0IlSl Othtr bl issniatts tSyn1p1thet1eallyj Pleast don t unb urass, her belou the whole class . ' I f 1- . A: J ' A r-- .QQ - - ,. ' A 'i -' ..- K rl L- -' f Q Q V g , . ,. A in, . I I '--, , 1, I r - W Q' K "' . A V an 40 -, A. f--, ,,,,,,,,,,-,..,.,,,..,,. he Y- ...... .. :V ,I l' 1- .. .. L.,,.. Q' my .1 , -f YVV, 7,1 V 3 , rg, , , -,VV i 1 ,, ,............-..-I. . I, , vu . t, k Q ' 1 '1 . lx v i ' 3 U i 1 , v l i ' 3 K ' ' H H 'z..' ' s Q z 2' -" ,' 5, ' 1 X ' 1 i x I 77 George Werline-HI lil.. .L girl who can take a joke." Jim llunt-"Well, 5 ,. uave a good chalice of being accepted." Joe VanWinkle-"Say, where do bugs go in winter?" Charles Cooper-A ' Search n1e!,' Mr. Kratli-"What is a vacuum?" Crystal E.-"l have it in my head, but can't express it." Miss Morgan-"John, what was George Washingtou's last address?" J ohn B.-' ' Heaven. ' 7 Bob Ilurd-"Do you know what 1 like about you?" llelen II.-"No, what is it?" li, 11.-"My arm, dear." Ross-'tNow, that I have decided to hire you, I must tell you that early nours are the rule." Joe liro 'den-'tThat':: good 'ou ean't close too earl f0I'lI18.,, lj , 3 Y Harry Seward'-"VVill you serve the chicken?" Waiter-t'Sure, What will the young lady have?" Mr. Smith-"You remind me of a squirrelf, Zelpha l'J.-6'Why?" Mr. Smith-"You chatter so much." Miss Nuzuln-"Where was Julius Caesar killed?" Ray H.-"I don't know, but I think it was on page four." Miss Jackson's quartet oi' twenty voices is having splendid rehearsals. Miss Jackson-'tAre you the fellow with the falsetto voice?" Wa ne Kinff-UNO with False set o' teeth." Y z- y Page One Hundred Twenty-one iyigl y e sess f ' ' ' 4 1.1141-n,z1:s1nQi,,2g iv Y --V - ' ' 5 17. "f A' ' , ' 1 'T . , ai 4 fd ' I o 0 ' n 4 5 iff, Y x 1 , H f .ru-our hu up-nu ' A ' I -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- W R I I 0 ., Qualit Furmture Q at Lowest Cost FD- A Complete Display of Beautiful Pi1fJE0l'1lS in ga, . LIVING ROOM - DINING ROOM and ' B E DROOM F UH N I 'FUR IC rg- Your Home Should 1301110 First to 1 A. R. ol-1ARLEs l 1411-15 YV. Main Elwood 1+ -u- ' ' -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- M ll 5 iwlccxw Z Ufllflii I L f 'C' 'P fa- K 32' 'C' 'L- 'U' ri' J. LEWIS SMALL CC., Inc. lVl'ZIHllfHfftl11'Ol'S of 'U' Gloves and Mill Supplies 'U' Elwood, Indizum 'I' 4' , 'I' 'C' 'C' Pag o H ndreau' fy-two sim lfanux. -Rial mf.-1 34 :Muff 1 in Ioutll pon lllltl 1 tl music Stoll .islud , lluxc you 4iXlSSlt 11 n thi Moonlight 9' lltxl 1 ont be un 1 X it must haw btcn sonic one L st ' qi r" N? ' 1 an 1 TJ H 'V 13 -' -I ' ' 1 ' f ""! 65 1' 1 ' .- ,M ,....,:,, ,few , .. .lt , '. ,.i,-...-.. L,,,..if' I H , E -. ...,-,--- - " ""' mr I Y W , Hr.. I. V.---fn.-.-s-an Ag 5, , l lol' J " -U ' Uilg' Vi' S " ' " "1 .i - 1 - ' ' 1 1 l"i--"No, d ' -l'1'+l11'1vt,' . "e H ' 1 'IW' Stop, Look and Listen. Mule ,Mulc that has two legs behind. And two it has bcforc. You tickle behind before you find What the two behind bc for, "Bob" Wilson-"All the gi-out nicn are dying off and 1 fccl sorta sick myself. " What Would Happen If Bill 11211111011 forgot l1is spccks? Mr, Forney found some onc chewing gum? Mr, lluft' allowed us thrcc niiuutcs instead of two for gi yell practice? Lewis Horton forgot to blush? lilvu Mugors came to school on Monday morning? Glen Ray put 011 -lohnis shoes? Elizabeth IJ, got i11 first period assembly early, Paul Keyser broke oft' rolzitions with Ucvella? Miucrvu Juno forgot hor rouge? llurry Smith run out of girls? Jack t'z1n1pholl nuule 4 E's? Kuthcrino Durst fell in love? Fred Floyd had Z1 flute? Ethel Greene QVVorking on Il. history outline, put. down some pc-rsonul traits of tfuoszirj. It rung QAJ Fond of wonicu, Qlij Perfect in tho use of zirnis. Miss Morwun-" Will sonic one arse thi- word tk'iss'?" 11 Lucille iillflltl-i"i'lllS word is ai noun, but IS usually used as il couslunc- tiou. lt is not very singular in tl1z1t5 it is goin-r:1lly used in plural. lt agrees with niof' Mr, Huft'-'tAll right!--run up the curtain." Dwight A.-t'Whz1t do you think 'I uni, tl n1onkcy?', Page One Hundred Twenty-three 1 is f P ji' I O .1 Q N I 411 Z 4 -0.-.MAJ---U-.Q K 1 i wi f .v-an Juana- r pf ' Jnyq My ' -I -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- X I f , it Q MC, Slammer SL Smms in Diamonds WVatc-hos IClWo0d's Lvadiug Jvwvlm' 4' A fm W . x WY W H W s A J 3? ' Ji?-"A, . QT 0011111101lC01ll011f 54' ' ., f,'-4.79 "I I' x r, STRAP WATCHES GMS - EAOAA 5-'mix 4 : "' """ '- In , N lr -3' 0 M xi ,N Xx + ,K J kg W f UE + V l C Iasi' Jvwr-lr ' W :gasp 5 3 M. 'Inn' , - N, Q-, Q I - --ZW-f- H--V "U -1H m GIFTS CLOCKS in 'C' 'C' ' 'L- 'C' 'C' ' 'U' A uf I - I . A 112 So. A11d01's4 n1 St. P1101l0 519 I -:- -:- - -:- -:- -:- 4' 4' Buy Hood 'Firvs with il Dvfiuifv li11m'z111'fw Against any Ruud Huzzlrd fm' 0110 Yvar. 4, J ULIAN 'S TIRE STORE. Phone 914 HJ' 'GI -2- -:- -2- '2- Page One Hundred Fwenty-four I llulfii LF ,Kula IM-'id ln!! U 313: .... ..... . if J' HIGH SCHOOL ROMANCES Gcorgm Snnth Any good loolxnn will th it 5 agrocfiblo , , X ,,, . R , , .3 .f I 0 fi . -, ' ' I , A J ""'v 1 , l ' 1- ,i,-,--,, 72' 1' '-H' -"W i -1a aa o .o 1 . iddd 1 ' 1 -- Y ' 5 w, , L1 ' -------------------- i -' A hw 2 M . 4 i Mr, F01'11vy ,-,,,--,-.,.,...,...... ., ..................... RUSS ClyHlCI' Hub 1IllI'Ql .----,,--,,,-,,,-.,.-...... ,................... 1 Il'l0I1 1IigIb0C Cllarlofs Hinshaxy -- .Too liuzitty ....... Charln-s Voopoi' -- -- Mary Holla Evans ----- Frances Glonn -- lhll1l'gIi1I'0ii Milli-1' Om-n Brown --,,-,.,--.,..- - --, llf2lI'gal'0t COI'lJit Goorgrv Shawiillan Camplwll -- --- Anna H1-llo Grc-gg: Jolin Hyus --,,,-,,,.,,,..., -- DKJI'0t,hy llICK0llZi0 Garland Moody -- UOlll'1l'l 'l'hnnnna -- C'l':n'll-ss Mills ..... -loo Yan Winklv --- Paul Shrinkor' --- liowis ,Horton .... 1lllVl'l' lla-llingol' --- Charlos Rngroi' --- Ili-nry Ilaukm-tt -- Und KEIIITIICI' -- ---- Willllil Evans -- .... Edna Cain - - - Francos Johnson ----- Ilolon Powoll -- 'Ha-lon Millol' -- Hclon Duncan -- Ruth Larilnol' -- Wliiils Nvxt? -- Graco Pugh -- Mary Boston Wo all know that Thom-sa Dycids most prized jcwol is a di2llll0l1d.-- CMF. Lindloyj. Annahollv Gn'og1g-"VVl1oi'o did you got that horrible nocktio? 77 Oll2lI'lt'S Riigrol'--f"l'lw laugh is on you, you gavo it to nn' last Cliristniasf' Mr, llilldloy-i'G-ivv Tho principal parts of tho Verb 'S0t,,l' John l,ZlI'I'0XV-'MSl'i', hatch, cacklcf' Manrioo ljlillllllllilfill sniilod at a girl last night and as sho passed me sho gave- nw a smile in l'0illI'l1. Jim Sl1j'lll'l'-iiwllilfi followed?" M. D.-HI did." Miss CoxM4'Giv0 mv for one year, the numbor of bales of cotton ox- ported from tho U. S. Kenneth Alcx.-K'Nono, in tho ycai' 1491. Page One Hundregl Twenty-five I' 45 1.-. A1 : E V Q S Y V we -:- sg WF- -5: . S' I . Y F' Builders Supplies " and Coal Q "1 T W. A. Lewis 6? Son 13110110 29 403 So. A11d.e1's011 St. 'D' 'U' 4' -2- 2+ 'I' 'Q' i ,,, It's a Fact'-Not a Slogan 4, "WE SELL FOR LESS" SVU Cluthc the lnillllily. + BUSTON STORE -1- lfllwuod, Indiana. Q '5' 'C' 'F 'P+ 'D' This space 1'0SOI'Vf'd by 4- JAY GRAIN CO. 1 . THE UNITED GHUI1, Feed, Flour, 1 Seeds, Lililldillg. 'U' 11110110 229 DOLLAR c'L1+1AN1QRs 'J' S, 1 N and High Class M bu- Audubol' bt' QLOTHIQS Js'U1Ln151:si S ,NEIL ,,sss 4' 'F 'C' 4' sees T Page One Hundred Twenty-six 3 an ll ma: LP mal 1111.111 11111111116 , IOIOIIIN 1XIlK1lIlll' 1011 11.111 s011111 l111111.1111 1110111 l11lls s011111 1 11' 1 XIII 1. I1Ill I1 1110 IS 1 NI 1118 111.1111 tl111111 I0s1 11111 1 111 111 1 MZ. 1-114' , ' 1? 1 I 1 lj '1 3 I 'I r 'Q 1 1 . ' 11" 4 fel 1 11 ,mgwi .,..,, 5111 .,.,11 sf -. ' 1,-,-1,, ,Eg-.-. 'W l y'-. Q 1-:dll ' r 'Ld ' I' , '11 11.7.1 LS ' . ' ' ' 'ij .sq r 4' 'I 1 1 I ' l' 1 1 -"Y ', I " 11 s ' 1 1 sg s 1I11, 111'11 V1 't 1' :'1lly I'1' 1 1l 1 1l.'7 Iut 1"ll ,' .'1 ' 1 I 1" 11p- -1' -.." W1l111:1 W1l1l1IS'l'II11 you know SI12lIil'SIN'2lI'l' w11ll'?" M11b11l I':11I1l01fk--"lJ011'1 l'00l 11111, SI1z1k11s1111z11'11's 1Il'ilCI.I, Sllltlvllf-"I1Il', K1'z11l1, I1z1v11 :my of your cI11l1II1001l f:111c111s 11v111' 02111111 11'1111'?'l IXIV, K1'z11l11-"Y11s, wl11111 llly ll101Il1'l' llS1'1I 10 comb my Il2lIl', I XVISIll'1I I llltllllt l1z11'11 z111y.l' J111- W:11'111-1'ff'S:1y 110 you k110w X011 1'11111111d 11111 of 01111 of 1110 H0011 b1'01I1111's? Karl I71111111s-"Oh, I 1l0, wI1111I1 0ll1'?,, J. W.-'4liz1b. 77 77 D111'1110111I VV:11111-L'I'111 11 lllilgfllilillkw K111111111I1 K:111z1l1I114"l1ow's 11011111?" UW.-"1 111111 1111'11 my I4IflI'1I 11110 :1 1l1'1v11w:1y." Miss 1111111111111 1111 Iiiologfy CIZIEESD-LKW1' will now 111111111 all the Iowm' a111111z1Is b1'gIlllllIl1g' with H:11'1'y C'2lllllJbl'II.7I II111'0l1l OW1111-"I l1z1v11 Il f1'l'Illlg' 111 my bones that W0 will have 1111 1111111- l0I'Illlll 1I11s 2Il'k'I'1ll00lI. I1'111:1 S11111l1-i'I11 what p:11'11c11I:11' bone?" II. O.-"I11111y wish b01111." f'l111'Ic-1'Wl1:11 size, 11I11z1S11?" R0I1111'1 I3o111'111z111-"I wz1111 10 buy :1 I111l1 for my b11s1 girl." Ii. IJ.-"I IIOIIII know, j11s1 1111111s111'11 my :11'111." Mary I311s1011-H0,111y g110111I1111ss, I I1z1v11 b111111 111111111 by 21 Clog. WI1:1t SI111lI I 1Io?" D111'wz11'1I K2lllflll'I'-AAIJII1 SOIIIK' 101I11111 011 11." M, Ii.-HO, but I CfilllI1g it 1-:111 away." Page One Hundred Twenty-seven, m33gHIlIIlI !LP4. cag,aax.1an1gs+uiE5.f S' -Pu fu: 52 'Q-Q Alf - My A . ,M i , -a' ,gi - 1. . 3-Z 1 ,nj ,' 0 ' 0 ' 1- A n 4 ff 4 ,. Q 7: N ' 'rg , .V . P- 5 A 7' """" ., A-1, - , ,- --H A " , "" ' ' Y' - , - - ':' .I I. 5: T,.-.f fi I 'D' , French Steam Dye Works 'I' 1414 Main Street, Elwood, Ind. '91 -U- Cleaning and Pressing I . W VVV111. Mott John E. H. S. '23 'D' 'U' - 'C' 'I' 'I' 'C' 'Q' 'U' 0 'U' Rapps Cut Prlce Co. Full Outfitting for All the Family. 'U' ONE PRICE TO ALL AND THAT A CUT PRICE 'U' A 'Z' 'l' 'I' ':'- 'I' 4- Morses Candies Dillings -D- 3 Rauch s Candy Shop 0 BEST CAN DIES IN TONVN 'ul 1501 Main St. Tobacooes Magazines -J 'I' 'C' 'C' 'I' 'I' Page One Hundred T ty-eight gsgjgitllulfllki sittin 1155-'iflllllfl 5 if IIIQIIIHI 1 t s 5 ll lllillllli " li UtOllSl llu nhttls .111 t cl A ' " Y N. "- A 7? l 0 w e 1, ' 'ui 1' Q' 1 35 , 'HY f 1 ,..,,1-,..-,,,,....,..,,,.., ,,,, ,, ,-. ,,,...,.,--:. .-.,.. 4. F' ,..'. Wi-, ....L-.,,, , ,. D. 1 - fd s -.- e 1 ,. e e ' ' Mig of Mr. I. li, 'ftivv-"WI :1 wronfw- with 'a 11' 2 rbilo? 1 ' YY 9 5 1 ' ire." Rules for Our Freshmen, Bow when you 11101-t Zl Senior. NltN'l'l' knock il Senior down. Do not tnkv Senior girls il01lll'---tilCI'0 are plenty of Senior boys for that purpose. Uon't get lost, on thc- stziirwaly. Now-1'f:1Il up stnirs. New-1' npponr iiitvlligrvnt. lic suro to bring all your toys tho first dny, lJon't, forgot, the 2li:tUl'll00ll nnp. "Hill" Hz1r111o1'1-"Soy do you wnnt to soo Sfillllttililltv' swell?" 4' W 6 1 77 D 1 I red Floyd- 'burma Ii. ll.-"WMI, just put il Slltlllgl' ill W2lil'l'.i7 Clinrlt,-s l1illSil2lXX'v-Liwily' so sz11l?,' Mary Hello Evnns-"I just 111111111-111-tl to think, dear, tl1is is the lust ova-ning we 02111 be together until tUIll0I'I'0XV.,7 U111? Uni, lIul1 'Z Uni! Uni! U111! Uni! Al1l'1hl1hl1hl1l1? Door I'l'Zldt'I', how can you thi11k such EL tl1i11g'fh1-'s only tl11'1-0 llltllliilbl old Miss Nllllllll fait the 1-ntl of :1 cl:1ssjf"VV1-ll I have told you ull that I know and you don't know :1nytl1i11g yet." Henry Hack-1-tt Cin health Ql:1ssj-"Wl1:1t is the suit-11tit'iQ 111111111 for front porch?" Page One Hundred Twenty-nine 5' 'W "':" 'Y ' 'T TT' L E "gi """ E W M " .IT Q 'PEEL AJ-I'-- ,.- I 74 if 9 v". .1" K t W X X ' fig EHIIIIIIQPEFJS lalxaasmmg snmifgf K' ' Y' -g. -:- + 4- 1 ' Central Hardware Store 'ul 108 Se. Andersen St. 'U' A Safe Place to Trade Home of the HESTATE HEATROLAH 4, m 'U' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'G' ':' 1u:1NK BOTTLED - l ullllll? -u- ,fllflllll -U- DCl1lf1011S and 1lIjf1'CSll111g', Hd111111,S Bottled Carbeuated lleg fly, Beverages, + 'U' COCA-COLA BOTTLING XVORKS ll Y 'I' 'C' 'f' A 'I' '2' 4- The Alhambra Theatre + Presenting Quality E11tU1'tdlI11IlL511t I Aiming' to Please. 5 WVe Invite C011Sll'11CllVG Critieisnl. ' '2' 'S' Q 'C' 'S' 'I' + M. c. GRAVEN 'U' L. E. Leatherbury ALL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES , .' , 4 AU Elcbtuc Apex Latest Popular Music 'U' 011 Dynauamie Speaker Sheet Music Sold ou Easy Payluents. and . O1'Cl1CStI'HNt10IlS. - ' E L L -:- 'TF' L -:- el,l, Page Ong Hundred, Thirty - iff , 1 - 1 'ii , , . .1 'E !l!iMi!.'Q.E!F?!f ,A1115181311l5S3i'!l!lE!1l!"F ft I 1 Y ' ' , ' 7711 'Y Hr. -- -,,, pg, 1 1 - ' - , ' ' l':1 ij'-Hll'l ll 1, XVll'll l'i11l of lo-1 ha-1' 111'1l'l'S 11' .' .' 1-sl! " 1 cloi ' l'11o 1, but l1'111'111-1 sl'i11s 111'1lc1- 'inc sl' I0l'S,', .5 ,L .... A1111 D1 11 . 1 1 ft .1 tl bvst sho " 111111 Kuulx 1t 1 NX . 1 . 1 . t s1p1 Miss llilllllltllliiilll wl1:1t tl11'1'1- stutvs 1lo11s 111z1tt1-1' 0xist'!" Billy Fruzlcl'-'Al11diz111z1, lowu :111cl Now York is11't it?" ' w MV, l51'ow11-"Jo1', will you spm-ll cloth?" -loo lim-uttyw--No l'l'Sp0llSl'. Mr. I51'ow11-"VV1-ll, what is your cont 111:11l1- of?" .Tov H.-HI'l2lillf'l'lS old punts." A11111' L. H.,-"How Zllll l ltllllilllwiln l V I' Mary M. W.-"Por ll1l'll, of co111's1'." Evvlyn H:11'tl11y-"H:1vv you 'l1:1111bs Tz1l11s"?" Clmrlos High-'tThis is :1 hook storv, 11ot :1 lllklill' 111:11"lc0t." Mrs, Milli-r-t'Y0s, its vc-ry 1-usy to tc-ll tho v:11'io11s lciurls ot' troos t.l10i1' l1z11'k.'l Jov IIz11'1li11g1-HFi11o, z1111l 111111 you tm-ll thx- v:11'io11s fl02'Hl1.V tlu-ir' b1ll'li? M:11'grz1r11t, how wus i1'o11 rlismvm-1'11cl?" think tlwy smelt it." Miss Miuuick-L' llI2lI'gI2lI'l't il.-"1 Rosh l-"l womlc- ,- Gosl1!w-'tl4cc:111sv thutls tlu- s:1t'1-st plzivv to Siilllfl.., llvill' M11 f'11lg':1t1'A-'Al l1:1v1- bought ll tulw of your sl1z1vi11g- 0I'l'2llll Says 110 mug 1'11q11i1'111l . Wl1:1t shall 'I Sll2lVt'?77 A I41I'PSlllC, 1' why Missouri stuiuls :it tlir- l1o:11l i11 1':1isi11fv mulvs. ' hv 7? Y ,11 Miss Ktlllllilicwlltb l1:11l just XVI'liiK'll two lim-s of pootry 011 thu ll02lI'lll ,"Now class, Lot's 11111:1s111'o our foot." Mr. Limlloy-lAftc1' bm-ing 111z11'1'i0cl 21 wockj said to his wifv, Ullnvf-1 I S0011 you lJl'f0I'0? ' l 7 Page One Hundred Thirty-Ong 1 6 33E:nmuz.m:n1Lv mmf auxin mu ui, 5 Q Q P ' P O JS' P7 4.1 qA 2 s. P fs Q51 f "' .. . 1w """ - sg- 'V V, W--- ':' ':' .J." W ':' ':' 'T x J AR , . 4 There s a DIHCICHCC- In Bread 4, 4, jDIETZEN'S 4, QLD HCME 'U' 'U' Proves It 'ul 'Z' 'I' 'I' 'xee 'C' 'G' 'ul THE VANITIE SALON t 'D' Nell McDonald, Prop. 'U' Experts in Personal Grooming ' 5 Permanent Waving Our Specially ' V .. 1452 So. A St .... . Elwood. Ind. 'P ':' ':' 'I' ':' ':' i 'U' EVANS DRUG' STORE 'U' 8 Students' and Teachers' N LI Headquarters. t + SPELIA STS NVILL G. EVANS lu. 1 1 Hi, H 'Let Me Be Your Druggist' UNDhIlWIX'1lING'S Main and Sixteenth. .P . ini, 5' h P l-'If ,ee ,ww 'C' .w,.-.,.....':f-.,ee.. Page One Hulldred Thirty-tW0 I He 4M1y 1 Liss you?" She I should say not' but sln didn t ffl' t Q gs, In N ,Q ji ri V, v. y .Qs 1 I :nzlisaqiff 5 g, . , ,. , an 4: Y S Miss Sneed-Ullulden, transcribe the next sentence!" Malden 15.-"1 can't. llly notebook ran out." Miss Sneed--"Where to?" Orville A.-"If I owned tllat. horse l'd call him gl5l0od'!" Dilver D.-"Why?" 0. A.-Hlieoause he 1'l1l1S in vain." Most dentists look down in the mouth. t'Max" Lawrence--Atlietfs out classes today and take in a movieg still on second thought I ean't, l need my sleep." Notice-QNew Physics Ilaw.j The law oi' deportiuout of a pupil Var- ies inversely as the square of the distance from his teacher, Lucille Wann-HIIelen, do you know what time of day Adam was b0rn?,' Helen W.-t'Well, just before Eve I think-." Hugh Mollermitt-'iSay' Frank, I Saw two women fighting in the post- office." I1'r'ank T.-'tWell, why didu't you stop them." ' Hugh M.-'Al thought I would, but I looked around and saw it Said "Let-herg' so I came out." Page One Hundred Thirtylthree Hill matlw ' 5 al 'gn' ' . I ? L L 'ff 'I 'L L 3- Le- ci -:- -:- -if I I The Challenge 'D The biggest cllnlleugro gIlY0l'1 to young' and old is the challenge to 'D' , the Gsuuv of Llife. lt must he played according to rules, and y0u'1'e never out of ll'2lll1IllQ'. And the g-auuf isu't over' until the Final Wllistllx blows. We waut to help you with the rules, and with the gzuuv itself! "l"' D Q Q + 1 he FITSC Presbyteuan Church I LL, L1,1'I'.L LiL-- 'I' LVL, if 'S' T I 'I ' QUALITY CLOTHING , W For The Family Qu Credit H 5 I ' MENTER CC. f ' 'I' ' '2'- . 272'-, T- 'C' ':' ,e I zu ' " -- Hy -ul T Sl-IERIDAN CLYDE I Real Estate - Health - Accident IE, Automobile Illsuranee. -if 1522w South A Street ' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'C' 'Q' f 4. -IJ- W. F. WOOLWIORTH CO. + VW , Y T j 1 T + NO LTTING OVTLLI TEN f,IltJNTS '-'-TF-T::5':' 'Fl' '17 'Q' Page One Hundred Thirty-four H llnlll LF!-i.. -illltvllbffi M Ililld , E -P 7'7"-7' l i all gl uixtu A ootblll tl nn must h in suppor S Ari 'EL K fi' f i og . fi , X f, U ' 1: -4 f' ' . 1 """. is 1- a -, i l Q, - '- ' ' f--4'---' "" "H-""' " wr" i ' ""' ,, "'N" ' , " , " "-" ' Q 1 -- ,.., Y - " -' - Y' ' l 'll l'z .' "f" l' : 1: 2 'f S 'Tl'I'.'.' "Pretty soft," remarked llfl2llIl'lCl5Kl1l1I11l1J HS 110 SCI'2lTCl1Cfl l1iS hvild. Charlie Dowell-"Say, is the funny paper here yet?" llis Mother-"No, today isn't Sunday. 1 told you not to take that bath last night." Mrs. Rloeords-QReadi11gj 'LShe drank the cup." Delores Norris-"She niust have boon sonie relation to a goat." Miss Clymer-"Iialsto11, have you read the Constitution of the United States?" Ralston Stokes-"No, lh.lil,y2LII1.H Miss Clymer-"What have you read?' R. S.-"1 have red hair on the back of niy nook." Mr. Brown-' Why are you always looking in the mirror?" liernard S.-"Well, Mr, lluff told me to wateh myself." Delbert Etchison-HI lost control of my Ford last week, Fred lieaeh-"Did you run into something?" D, E.-"No, l got behind four lllSi,illlll1l'l1lS.7l Merrill lireese Qto grocerj-JtGive ine a C'liielcen?'l Clerk-"Do you wanna pullet?" M. li.-"No, l want to carry it.'? Howard Porter--"Did you ever take chloroform?" Fred Wl'lCll1ll'-ALNIH what hour does it come?" 7 Page One Hundred Thirty-five ' Zi li, ' V W , so .rt a x To the Class of '29 Congratulations ic complete a High School course is an accomplishment of which to be proud. We congratulate you, Twenty- niners and cordially invite you to make use of our complete banking facilities-now and through the years of greater ac- complishments ahead! - I ' ml P g One Hundred Uh ty tgiw um sw s+ H w w'Hi55q f P 5 , x Citizens State Bank Elwood State Bank Elwood Trust Company First National Bank 8 Pa ' 'FZ3e l! e -r e-- 1 -4-2 - e l l ' -lll l i ifg EM I Soft' Can You Afford a Damage Suit? Z'T ir aa' r Ti ,- H 2 , 'S 145 : O 45 .Q 4- l . "" if .v-an 1 an r ppm. 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