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

 - Class of 1942

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To a teacher, loyal and untiring, who has served Elwood High School tor titty- tive years, an achievement worth niore than just the dedication ot this hook eTo a woman who is respected and adrnired by all those who come in contact with herfTo a citizen who tully realizes the importance oi education in preparing the youth ot today tor the role they will play in this, our dernocracye -With these things in rnind we dedicate this i942 Crescent to Mary E. Cox. J, Qnganalm, nf, dmnfzicaniam jg W O X ' lf" ' , , ' . fffif.. L 0 l W ff llinw Vlfficil ge, fe we mEierLTed? Freedom oi reliqioii, freedom of speech, freedom oi the press, drid tiie right io dssezrible oecrcecrbly. Every doy m our class rooms we exercise our freedom oi reliqiori. No cliild is bdrred from our public scricoln becouse of reliqion lie lids ilie riqlii To worship ds lie cliooses. We exercise our riqiif to express our beliefs: our opinions cfzrry cis mucii weiqiii os ilie oiizmoris of :niyoiie else. Vfe exercise our rigiii di freedom of iiress liere dl scliool, by produciiiq our scliool paper. We czlso lidve llie ririvileqe oi Crssembliriq for CIC'- iivifies witiioui leur oi repressioii, 'llie dfiiiqers cmd difficulties of ditciiri- iriq iiiese privileges iidve been so re' riioved from our every doy liie ilioi we iidve not redlized tlie volue of our iii- 4 lieriidrice. Todoy we redlize thot we, loo, must olierisli, rivroieci, cmd iiqlii for iliis privilege. gqwwf 'sim ww ww 34 D13 03 ig? 52 I 5 , i , J, .7 wif' :HW is feipfargf iw Ea 'XSS X., .if xi Q Y l m X ', W ' i K 18 W '- .L Ks . E I V Ei E X ,, g Q2 x 'IX 41 NM me i -v-"""4 1 . 4 ,fwfwikfi ,J 1 I xi F 6 .. 4 1 ti f My G W'arren Plnlltps C C Hrlhs pfmclpm AB AM SupenntendentPl1 B MS Ltterature IS the greatest at all sour es ot retrnea pleasure and one at the areat us Q E Wayne Drake Tan D M Carty Rayn ana I Nudrna Presmlent Treasurer Secretary ' t C , ' ' ' K ' of a liberal education is to enable us ta enjoy that pleasure. Huxlery. 3 . n . C an ' . t l-lelon B nechct BS Donald Brown AB r Enqhsn Publlc Speaklnq Cornrnerclal Hrsto y Mathematlcs Kerth Maxwell BS Estner Koons BS Cnemlstry Physlcs Home Econorrncs A t ' ' , ' I ' Martha Nash, BS. Earl B. Forney, ABQ M.A Mary M Barnes AB Health Hrstory Palmer I Davls BSA Vocatronal Aquculture Cynthra Demaree AB Latm Ehqhsh Mary M Allen BS Errqlrsh Lrlarary Mary B COX AB Cxvrcs Socroloqy L Bush Hughes BSM Dtr of Musrc Harley L Ashton AB Hrstory Paul Cauldwell AB Safety Football Harry House BS lhdustrral Arts 1 'V f,f'YZL-'ai-'fwf,,,QvjW,A',. 1. ...,, 'C' 25' mlb., Q W W1 k -it 'S 'lil ,ff :W , I y K bi 1 , S ff ' ' 431 6 Q' Thomas B Lindley AB MS Dorthy Dellinger English Dramatics Clerk Attendance EDUCATICDN ECE DEFENSE One of the hasic ideals of American democracy is the belief that every individual ha tie right to advance as tar as his talents can carry him Tnerefore all should have equal opportunity to acquire knowledge and training training that will best develop his own talents after another activities likely to help boys and qirls live more fully physical edu ation handicrafts shop work nome economics field trips and creative writing Gur nation cannot he stronger than its people for in peace as well as war health is lital to defense Modern desiqn in defense materials depends very qreatly on mathematrcs Home economics contributes to def nse in that it teaches us that loyal family members build national morale healthy bodies make strong soldiers and thrifty spending conserves national resources for a never ending defense All of the school departments teach us the fundamental principles of democratrc qov ernment ' 9 25 7 P K 'l I r v I . , . Over the past century, the schools have enriched their offerings. They have added, one Y A , . . . V 9 . . I . VIIQIHIG Vfarner Mary Allen Eleanor Krdwell Anna Mae Hodson Seated M1r1am Tubbs Elmer Ersaman Mary Ann Brltz M1d Year Class Robert Alders Anna Mae Hodson Mary Belle MGHIS Melvm Strader Mary Allen SENIOR OFFICERS Presrdent VICG Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Sponsors SEN IGRS Spnng Class Elmer Ersaman Mary Ann Brltz VIIQIHIG Warner Eleanor Krdwell Semors have much to thmk of and drscuss m connectron Wrth plans tor Varrous semor actrvrtres whrch mclude the1r trrp dances and partres Thrs year because of the state of mternatlonal aftarrs the semors rarsed funds for the Red Cross by sponsormq a Vrctory Dance They also spon sored the all school dances after each home game Also at each home game the sen ors sold concessrons whrch added much to the treasury ln th1s years class are several of the basketball and football players and one yell leader . . . 1 . x , . - , , '- 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 . . , 1 . . 1 Martm Beavers Vocatronal Aqrrculture Bosernary Blarr Cornmercral QL e 55? ff Edward Blubauqlrr Manual Arts Bernard Carr Bosella Barnbrouqlr Connnercral Mary Ann Brltz Comrnercral Colleq Comm rcral Vocatlonal Aqrrculture Betty Fonners Comrnerclal I wel Caldwell Qomrnercral Lauranell Carter College Entrance -9 . -lwctqged Helga Bljmentnalo I Rosella Eaulstrch College Entrance Robert Davrs Marquerrte Durm Colleqe Entrance Manual Arts Robert Eclqell lean Ellrot Vocatronal Aqrrculture Elmer Ersarnan Tnomas Davls Comrnercral College Entrance Ioan Everllnq Inn Davrs Cornrnercral Cornrnercral Mary Emma Ew1nq Home Economlcs Home Economics lourse Franklln Colleqe Horne Economlcs Dolorxs Fuller Cornrnercral Herbert Glllesple Comrnercral Dortha G1ll Commerclal lean Gross Cornrnercral Leroy Foxst Manual Arts lack Fetz Mary Ford Comrnercnal Donald Gorns Commerclal Robert Green College Entrance Commercial .Sf Rlchard Gnrnme Patty Ann Haas Comrnerclal Mos1e Harmon Helen Gordon CommerC1al lane Ann Havens College Comrnerclal Vocanonal Aqnculture Eugene H1llard Manual Arts Anna Mae Hodson Commerc1al Rosella Harnnq Home Econornlcs lVlarJor1e Hellm Cornmerc1al V1v1an Hobson Home Economlcs X AIM: QJQ Commercial , Annabell Hodge Cornmercral Mrldrod ldle Home conomrcs Cornmerclal Andrew Klncard Robert Mast rs Manual Arts Charles Hood Manual Art Rrchard Huqhes Cornrnercral Margaret E K1efer College lgntrance lane Leathers Cornrnerctal Patrrcra Mahoney Cornrnercral - F I 1.1 Anita Ruth larrett Holoert McCann Manual Arts Martha McCreary Cornrnercral Wrllram MCQUIHH College Entrance Lors McW1ll1ams Mary B lle Mama Home hconomlcs Rrchard McCullough College Entrance Comrnerclal Commercral Home Economrcs Carrre Mae Myers Commercral Mary LOUISE McNeal Cornmerclal Hazel Moerhead Cornrnercral Ruth McDaniel Charles Myers Manual Arts Roberta Norrls Comrnerclal Velma Perk1ns Cornrnerclal Brlly Rebuck Cornmerc1al Lando Relchart Manual Arts Betty Myerly Cornrnerclal Euqene Parr Vocat1onal Aqrrculture Cornrnerclal Ehsabeth Plouqhe College Entrance Ioseph Redenbauqh Manual Arts 8 ci Donald Powell Betty Rittenhouse Commercial Harriet Scott Cornrnercral Brlly Slqward Colleqe Entrance lean Scott Home Econormcs Fred Stoner Winitred Boop Commercial leanne Rutledge Home Economrcs Helen Slzer Cornrnercral Avery Smrth College Cornmerc1al Vocat1onal Aqrrculture g it Ioeanna Sharp X. College Entrance I Lge, x C C 'K' O Q. qf D ce Melvln Slrader College Entrance QSQJ Gertrud Thomas Commerclal Helen Wallace Commermal lzhcharcl Whlte Cornrnerclal LOu1se Whlttliam COH'1IT1GTC1CIl Smzd Marlory Smnn Commerclal MlT1Gm Tubbs Commerual Cornmermal Eumce Weclclell Commercnal Dorthy Wesseler Comrnerclal De ' I . Edna Walker ' ' . per VITQIHIG Warner Comrnerclal Nancla Warner Commerclal Ruth Bell College Entrance Mary Call Comrr1erc1al Norman Cornellous Vocat1onal Aquculture loan Wardwell Commerclal Rrchard Watson Elmer Bauqher Manual Arts lack Copher Colleqe Entrance Rosella Brrllhart Comrnercral T Vocational Agriculture Esther Delhnqer Commerclal Robert DeVaney Manual Arts rancts Hutcherson Colleqe Entrance Ann Lots Leeson College Entrance Robert Moore Manual Arts Iames Hackett Vocatxonal Agrtculture loyce Crawford Comrnercral lohn Kellch Vocatronal Aqnculture loseph Metz Comrnerctal Phtlllp Orbauqh Commerctal X fl , RX lrli , ' X X xi? Q qi F . Imogene Porrlsh Commercml Home Economtcs Rwhord Saxton Vocotlonol Aqnculture Merry W11k1nson Commerclol Mtcheorl VV1H1olrns Comrnerclol Ernest Relchort Comrnerclol Cort Scott Chorrles S9195 Monuol Arts Cedrlc W1se Monuol Arts Vocotionol Agriculture SEN IORS Pour years ago a bedraggled group of Ereshres entered Elwood Hrgh School eventu ally to become the hrghest n the rank students whose character rnsprres others to respect them There IS not much tor whrch we can rern mber our Ereshman year except that rt was a year o humrlratmg experrences ln the tnree years atter our Freshman year we garned porse and experrence Many ot the students rn thrs class have recerved re ognrtron rn extra currrcular and scholastr actrvrtres Lors McW1llrams Ann Lots Leeson lack Eetz Bob Alders Mrrram Tubbs Rrchard Mc Cullough Edward Brubaugh and Vrrgrnra Warner were members ot the Student Plannmg Commrttee who drew up the Constrtutron of Elwood Hrgh School whrch provrded for th new Student Councrl Elected to the new Student Councrl are lane Ann Havens Esther Delhnger Marram Tubbs Ann Lots Leeson and Brll MCQUIHH Elmer Etsaman hm Brll Davrs Elsre Wood lane Ann Havens Mtrram Tubbs Velma Perkms Patrrcra Mahoney Dorothy Vfesseler Lauranell Carter Robert Greene Donald orns Edna Walker and Rosella Brrllhart belong to the Megaphone Stott Rosemary Blarr Esther Delhnger Lors McW1ll1ams lando Rerchart Brlly Srgward Mar tha McCreary Ruth Bell loan Everlrng Mrldred ldle Imogene Parrrsh Margaret Kreter and Mary Ann Brltz are senror members of the Annual Statt Frances Hutcheson Betty Ploughe lane Ann Havens Dorothy Wesseler Drck Hughes Rrchard McCullougr Lourse Whrttlcamper Inn BrllDav1s Elsre Wood loanna Sharp Lau ranell Carter Helga Blumenthal and Martrn Beavers play rn the Band Semor grrls rn the Grrls Glee Club are Margaret Kreter loan Everlmg Rosella Brrll hart Dorothy Wesseler leanne Rutledge Ruth McDan1el Vrvran Hobson lane Leathers Helen Srzer Ann Lors Leason and Elsre Wood Charles Spres Herbert Grllrspre loseph Metz Lando Rerchart and Rrchard Grrmme are members of the Boys Glee Club Donald Powell Bob McGraw and Harold Lambert have achreved prowess on the bas lcetball squad Rrchard McCullough Tom Davrs Bob McCan Carl Scott Phrllrp Qrbaugh Andy Krncard lohn Kelrch Drclc Hughes Brll McQueen lack Copher Robert Davrs Ernest Rerchart Bob Alder and Charles Myers helped make the l94l football squad a success I . 1 1 . . 4 I , 1 Q C 1 I 1. , . l . 1 . 1 1 , . A .. . C I I I I I T 1 1 1. . 1 1 1 . . 1 . D . , - - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U , , I I I -' I I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I I I I I A 1 1 - 1 A I I A A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 , . , , . I I T - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Robert Adams Mary M Barnes Drck Drake Cynthla Demaree Iames D Horny fSeated, Lucrlle Alumbauqh Betty Mae Wxlhams THE JUNICDRS The Iuruors atter havrrta trudqed up the steps ot Elwood Hrqh School as Freshres Sophomores and fmally Iumors are taken part rn almost every school act1v1ty mcludmq Band Glee club athletrcs the starts of the Crescent and the Mega phone debatmq and the Student Councrl Wrth th1s sort ot a record behmd them one can see that they are Well quah f ed to take over the full 1'9SDOI'1S1b1l1fY now ready to succeed the class ot '42 as Seniors. They have i ' " . Lucrlle Alumbauqh Robert Adams Charles Ball Rosahne Beach Ioseph Braun Iohanna Burton F-hchard Cluqqlsh Iames Cunnrnqham Drck Drake Fred Elhs Robert French Mary Frances Gee Mary Hodson Paul Iuday Loranelle Larnrn Helen Leachrnen Wrlletta Locke Marjorie Cochran Bobert Long Martha Nell Marley Beverly Martz Lamar Mlller Betty Lou Moore lean Morrls Ho ward Myerly Emmett Powers Ellen Sosbe Arthur Talley Delbert Wells Norma Wrlburn Margaret Acree Annelleen Anqlemeyer Emmalean Anqlemeyer Marqaret Ballard Helen Barrett Leo Tanzilli Phyllls Baxter Dorothy Mae B st Martha Blalr Walter Boyd lane Boyle Florence Carr Marqaret Chance Xfrrle Collrer Ann Courtney loyce Ellrott l-larrret Gornq Cle-la Goodmqht Bcsemary Hardebeck loan I-locker Betty Funt Donnalee lohns Maelo ll Iustus Ellen Hackett W11mo Leqq Omer Le1sure Pcxuhne Mcmqhelh Mrldred MCCotrthy Georqe Monroe Don Noble RITCI Noone Cubor Goen Pcrtrlclo Benner Robert Slqler Vernon Srlvey Fred Smlth Dolhe Snrpe Iocmn Thompson Kenneth Vmson Betty Moe W1111c1m Dons Wrllroms Betty Moyer Dorice Smith ' ' s NN xffi 'lie AMERICANS Amerrcans dont forget the land For whrch your fathers fought hand rn hand Help make 1t peaceful always be true And our srlent sky Wrll always loe blue Blue' Blue, not red Wrth explodrnq shells, Men rn pam, ulterrnq screams and yells, Amerrcansl Thank your lucky stars You are here, While ciV'lization jars. Lois lean Fetz -'bf Mxss Koons Edward Moschell Leo Demos Lyl Clapper Max Knotts Mr Ashton Seatedj Betty Kochman Betty McCan Barbara Woodsrdes Dorothy Havens SCDPHCDMORES Th1s class as all classes do carne lnto h1gh school as gteen and lowly Fresh1es After bemg sent to the band class they were no longer classed as Freshles By now they have earned therr r1ght to becorne the ln betweeners the Sophornores Our htgh school IS Very proud of the .sophomores because they have a large number of students partlcrpattng ln athlet lcs glee clubs band and clebatrng We are gotng to hear a great deal from thls class rn the future and We have Very capable boys and grrls for our future lunlor Class room to recite Algebra and to the "Ag" room for a cooking - - P1 , , , . J , , . al 'ay 'L ,... , ,qi is f Aa - V H . I V, V' -1 J Q . Earnest Alexander Richard Bannon Ferol Barnes Delores Blankenshlp Leo Boyer Catherlne Brandon Howard Brown R i Betty Burton at-G' ""'?' Q nf Boss Caldwell vm L: Lyle Clapper Patsy Ruth Clark V-Q Mary Lou Colhns Mary Gralq Arleen Cramer Mary Ruth Crockett W is Mlldred Danner dh 4, 3, Norma Davrs PDI C Robert Grant Davrs Beat ICQ Davrs Garth Day 0, Donald Dean Leo Demos Wanda Drckey LH .1 X m, Iuan1ta Durr -Q3 Ahce Elmore Vera Foley Elnora Grll Mrlton Gough t KC I 7 .,,,,., -G A i Q l y g ., .. ' I 5 F -'U' l' ' 9 P , .G 33+ 1 I A Y 'Q W A r-"1 7 ' -ov i ' l .J ' f na F I l Y ,t, l tt dy t B r M ...N fha, ' 3 5 y ZH, Z, V x l I l"': , I .Q -- l -'31-G M f"e5 4 tt r A B y . ' il?-L ' 'r"' , .A - : Brchard Greene Mary Loulse Groover Robert Hancher Dorothy Havens Ohver Haynes Blame Henderson 41-9 'SV' Russell Henderson Betty Hershey lack Hobbs A Fw lames Hook ,,,,, Q' I Ji, fr lanrs Lou Hoppenrath R16 loybe Ann Hoppenrath uw 5' Helen Hughes an 'gr- Bosalre Hoppel Boy Hutcheson Ellen Iuclay del Betty Kochrnan My -0.1. 1 536 .Q Qi' Ioyce Kurtz ig Buby Larnbertson A 'I Don Land up Patrrcra Lee Betty Lersure My Carolyn Lrnsmeyer Howard Llttle Davrd Locke -:L ,4- Mary Marley Glenn Mays l r 2 'Z 'F' 3 'E .uuu ti .- " , W in B H 'll 5' " N A the .,-Q1 tys I y - t .lc ' 3 y A y A , AN ut y an h J t N lg wtf H ,N in L VV Barbara Kimmerlinq Q, H V p : l f ' ...V t H, 1.' e B -,.. -rt y r I , els.. H314 ,J-X. L l I ,,,,. I I .: " ' A V ' by Tv, 5 A M , ,A ? 1 B , ,:" V ':'E Vl ul H H Y 9 ir 54,1 .4 'Z if N I -.. uni t Martha Mrller Dons M1ller Patrlcla Mrller Mary Lynn MCCorrn1ck Edward Moschell lean Murphy Mae Myerly Ienester Noland Danlel Owen Frances Parker Betty P1erCe Edqer Powell Eugene Quarles Mary Quarles Davrd Qurck Robert Ray Earl Reasoner Eugene Roop Rosemary Scott Nema lean Sharp Lllrna S1d9S Wllllam Slqler Ioan Spltzrnesser VIVIGH Sulllvan Wlllram Thomas Iuamta Walman Lena Mae Wardwell Donna Wardwell an f I q A a sr l I ' , n Ozll X' , fr in Ilgln - - - I ,Q E ,zzu I , 5 . 5, a v M. 1 we E ' ' 5 1 gvh IKV- J ' ' ' ., r Q ' 2 we , zlzz , l ll ts':-- .l '- f E, A rll, V E E ' r , V K - '---I I I? ,,:,. I 2 t y yy l a r A My " E zlv' " f 5, I lv , f ' U QVV ., .::l : VK I W I b V ' , :Ivy J I I: Roberta Watson Cathryn Wesseler Ahce Whtte Betty Wh1tenack Loren Wrttkamper Ioyce Wrttman Wrlma Wrlburn Robert Wrllrams Katherlne Wrlley Norman Wrlson Phyllrs Wolf Barbara Woodsldes 23122 'I-6' www? "3-'V' E' '33 f-:Sr "' rt 3 L12 LA pf? 1 hai '7 CI-IARACTERIZING Now Im not much of a poet As you w1II soon see But I try my scr1bbly hand In some poetry I th1nk III take my classmates Ch yes' One by one And we ll trnd therr characters Purely out of fun' Headrng the l1st rs Max Knotts, Funlovlng IS he, Tryrng the teachers' patrence As tar as can be Next after Mrster M Knotts I thlnk IS Glenn Mays, He SIIS rn hrs seat and Wrndow gazes for days Then we have Arthur Talley, Who keeps the seat warm, Afrald to answer questrons He mrght break an arm Eugene Boop the next I-Ie knows all of the answers I-le studres our text' Then IS our lrttle Tommy Palmer hrs last name Wonder 1t he hke Enghsh Could be Just the same Next on the hst rs Ed Moschell, last name too Sort ot a wee, httle lad Only srx feet through' Then my rrval poet Bob D, A genlus IS he, He's, too, a Chewer gummer, Naughty, ISH'I he? Now I'Ve skrpped one certam gal, You know who she rs? Well, she ISHII a poet, You'll agree wlth me? L I Fetz Av at A, ,., T .: .f A V 7 ' ' I , Q f st, I - my , H y ,sf , ,, I N V- QIQ' , l H., 4 ' V' :I 1 J ' '. "-l I If J' I4 ' I an y A I ca U .5 we 3. I I if -I f y i X t 2 .si ,f . -. - ' .. ' f mm-2, ,M 'Em Q 5, ,L I -V......,,. W.. Q, x, , '?' THE CLASS CDF 45 Freshmen ore Clossthed somettnes ds und rcloesnl n of the school but thdt tsnt true tn oll Cote S When Freshmen Come tnto o school they tre preoored to toke Wllll o snnl dnythtnq tor the school Freshmen tn the ftthlettos of Elwood Htqh nove developed v ry etttotent equctds They hctve rep resentdttves olso on the debottnq teont tt otnnuol Stott ond the Student Pldnntnq Lotnfntttee who onqtnott d the scnool constttutlon We Freshmen do ond wlll throuqhout our ttrne of belnq students here Contrtbute our shot tn motlctnq Elwood dtqt Sol oel the host tn tt etdte You know you dont have to be tne htqqest to he tte beet 7 ' ' ' H Q D , A , V V V . 1 , GQ , . , V . . , W F - t . , D . , to A . , . . . Y i V . ,, , , G Q V .. 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W 25 5 X 352 "f?f f quirk Els-PPV' FIELD MANEUVERS Sports have been a subyect of much debat 1n mrlrtary camps tor many years Therr place has been quest1oned IH the rout1ne of the camp But rn most cases therr mtrrnsrc value has proved 1ts benetrts Sports have tended to turnlsh a means of exercrse tor varrous men who are able to take part ID them They not only have furnrshed m ntal and physrcal exercrse but also have de veloped the moral understandmqs ot the men They have taught the men to thrnk aurckly be declsrve and be exact rn therr decrsrons ln many cases sports have developed men and helped them to be respected more by therr lellows It IS often that the men rn the mrhtary camps be ome trred ot therr darly routme Hero rt 1S that athletlcs turmsh the hqht and enloyable actrvrty needed by them ln athletrc cooperatron IS an mdrspensable factor and all cont nders are taught rt and 1ts value The athlete not only exercrses thrs rn hrs games but also carrres tt mto the held When he leaves camp he takes th1s w1th hrm and uses rt rn whatever occupat1on he may undertake As students of a hrqh school We see the nece srty of athletrcs tor proper educatron We know how school sp1r1t advancement and success would be hampered by the drs contrnuance ot athletlcs and We see how large a aap would be apparent rf athletrcs were to be taken from the hrqh school . 9 . . . I . 3 . A . V I A . 1 , . . . , . A . . . . - V . , , . S , Q . . , V . L . , . . . 0 . , . , o . I I - , t. - . Our Football Mentor Mr Cauldwell was our Football Coach and an excellent one He has been w1th Elwood Hlgh School for two years and has made a great deal of progress 1n our athletrc pro gram durlng th1s trme He has produced great squads 1n hrs coachlng years and certamly knows hrs football To some he may appear qu1et but those of us who know h1m admlre h1s ready w1t and keen sense of humor He came to us w1th splendld recommendatlons as a coach whlch he has more than fulfrlled Mr Cauldwell has dr1lled our boys mto one of the fmest teams rn thls part o the state and made us feared by many schools We are very sorry to lose Mr Cauldwell because he has brought us to the top ln football and we hope he en1oyed h1s two years 1n the realm of Elwood Hlgh School 1 1 . . . I 1 Richard McCulloch "Dick" was another ot our dependable subs. As haltbtxck lie would reriliy carry the ball, We lose him this year, Best oi Luck, Dick, Bill McQuinn Bill qained many a yard for us and showed up superb at defense, Nice qoina Bill, wish you were back. Carl Scott Fast, shitty, and stubborn about getting out of anyone's way, "Carl" opened holes for many a qain. Opponents lose downs every time they hit Carl's lint, Bud Moschell Bud showed good iorm this year and we hope to see a lot more of him next year. Ernie Reichart "Ernie" was one oi our steady line plunqers. We became accustomed to seeina him rip oft ten or twenty yards. Ernie was adept at either running or passing His very brilliant defense work was pure pleasure to see. Eugene Vanbuskirk "Van" many times showed his prowess is catching passes and defense, He'll be back so 1et's watch him ao. Thurman Runyan "Thurm" was always in there ttqhtinq. Seldom did the opponent over get by him. Thurm will be one of our niainstays next year. Robert Davis "Stink" played a whale of a game at tackle. I-le had plenty oi grit and speed. We will sure niiss him. lack Copher "Ollie" always kept on tiqhtinq no matter what the odds. He seldom let fin opponent circle him, but if he did he nailed him in his tracks. He snaqqed passes with remarkable accuracy, Cedric Wise "Ced" was another at our dependable subs. His qood work at center enabled the Panthers to hold back the opponents and allow our backtield to penetrate their defense. Ioe Lily loe is a very dependable sub. He plays on the line and is really scrappy, We expect big things from him next year. Iohn Kelich "lohn" was one of the boys who kept up the spirit of the team. He was always in the thick of the fray, fighting lor all he was worth, A senior that we hate to lose -we know he'll make a place lor himself. Walter Moore "Sparky" was another ot our light guards. Nevertheless he has grit enough to till a lot of big fellows' shoes. Watch him next year. Bob Alder "Bob" was an end that showed great defense. l-le snagged passes for touch- downs that looked impossible to get. We sure hate to see him go. Tom Davis Give "Tom" a little interference and broken lield, and he is nothing less than a whirlwind. He was one of our great mainstays. We wish we had him with us next year. Robert Sparks "Bob" is another freshman that showed good form. Watch him go next year. Andy Kincaid "Andy" is one of those who fight with all they've got. A very good example of the slogan, "Little but Mighty." He kniied through the opponents lines and threw the runners for a loss time after time. lim Bill Hook lim Bill can pass, kick or run. He showed up well and we're looking for bigger things from him. Bob McCann "Bob" was another of our dependable backs. At halt back he could boot as well as run. He was always in the thick ot the battle. Best of luck, Bob. Howard Lambert tPigl "Pig" can pass or plunge with remarkable effectiveness. He saved many of our games with his heady passwork. We'll have him two more years, so let's go, Pig. Back row Chuck M yers fStudent Managerj Ernte R tchart Stmk Davts lack Copher B111 McQu1nn Iohn Kehch D1ck Hughes Andy Kncatd Mtddle row Ph11 Orbauqh Eugene VanBusk1rk Dtck Bannon Carl Scott Walter Moore Ioe Llly Bob Sparks Bud Moschell Fxrst row Prg Lambert hm B111 Hook Bob McCann Ton Davts D1Ck McCullough Ced Wxse Thurman Bunyan Tl-IE VARSITY The Vars1ty made themselves feared by many teams 1n thts part of the state by the1r masterful teamwork Well dr1lled 1n fundamentals they were the envy of many hlgh school coaches They were possessed wrth flrst rate punters pass ers and runners Thelr loackf1eld was fast and showed good headwork The lrne stopped the opponents for many losses lt was a great s1ght to watch the team work to almost utter perfectton Although they couldnt wtn every game the other teams always knew they worked hard to w1n Every H1gh School student was proud of hls team and hopes for Just as good next year Mr Cauldwell IS to be congratulated on hrs f1ne coachmg and treatment of the boys I Q , Q, A . , . . V . V . , , , , , , 1 . - , . , ' . r . ' 1 Back row Louls Vxnson Mrke Iustus Elmer Ewxng Elmer Wxeqert Ray Barker R1chard Cluqqrsh Mxddle row Eugene Durr lack McQu1nn Dana Hooker Robert Salee Rlchard Greqq Bob Mr:G1ll Donald Rxqsby Front row lames Greene Wtllxe McGraw Charles Le1sure FRESHMEN FGOTBALL Football 1S one of Arneuca s outstandlnq sports Elwood contrlbuted thls sea son a share 1n developlnq It 1nto a cleaner and more fasclnatlnq qame Football tends to develop the body both morally and physlcally and by so dolnq It ful fl11S the Presldent s w1sh for a stronger Arnencan youth The team Whrch was Composed of fxharles Le1sure Robert Salee Robert Mc Glll Dana Hoclcer R1chard Greqq Eugene lustus hm Durr LOUIS VIHSOH Iames Greene W1ll1s McGraw and Robert Sparks had a very successful schedule Wlth the asslstance of our student manager Russell Courtney 7 1 1 1 1 1 v 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 Z , , . . . 1 , . . . , ' , . 1 1 1 ' . . 1 . . Q , , ' . -1 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 , . BRAINS and BRAWN Se t 5 Elwood Plamheld Wotta game' The Panthers were brg and had plenty ot hght Plarnheld although hav mg small boys played a lrne game However the Panthers scored almost at wrll A large crowd attended the game and saw a well played game lflfrth the hard earned support ot he lme the Panther backfteld repeatedly broke loose tor long gams Sept 12 Elwood Anderson Followed by a huge crowd trom Elwood the Panthers rnvaded the lnd an tronghcld and alter a trercely fought game came home wrth a hard earned game under therr belts Keepmg Andersons b1g end and runnmg attack bottled up they were able to wrn The Panthers were workmg to perlectton and really showed the lndlans a thmg or two After the Anderson game a large delegatron of fans showed up tor the Wabash game hoptng to see another good game But most ol them were drsappornted lor the Panthers couldnt seem to get gorng The teams wer evenly matched rn every way The Panthers gamed a few more yards than the vrsrtors but that drdnt w1n the game Throwlng a flurry ol passes early rn the game netted Wabash a touchdown Near the end ot the game Elwood was very near the goal but couldnt push rt over Sept 20 Elwood Noblesvxlle Thrs game at Noblesvrlle brought out some spectacular runmng on the part ol both teams ln the trrst quarter the Panthers started rrght oft by makmg a touchdown Almost rmmedrately the Noblesvrlle team retalrated by makmg a spectacular run and on the next down they scored From then on rt was all Elwood 1D scorrng Oc 3 Elwood Ben Davxs Elwood got rollrng and bowled Ben Davrs over Many long runs were got oft by the Panther s backfreld Ben Davrs trred hard to push over a touchdown but they were unable to penetrate the Panther hne p. ...3l " ...O . ...6 ...O Sept. 19 Elwood . . . 0 Wabash . . . 6 . ...25 ' ...7 t. ...26 '...0 Oct. 10 Elwood . . . 12 Cathedral . . . 0 The Panthers were looking forward to the game with the Capital city boys with great eagerness. The Panthers shoved over two touchdowns while holding Cathedral scoreless. We finally got revenge. Oct. 14 Elwood . . . 40 Alexandria . . . 0 The Panthers rolled the Tigers right over as they repeatedly pushed over touchdowns. Our lrne made untold damage to the Tlgers Thrs game featured spectacular runnrng and passmg by the Panthers Oct 22 Elwood Huntlngton For weeks ahead thrs game was antrcrpated The Panthers had been steamrollmg therr way through the opponents as drd Huntrngton The Panthers experrenced some bad uck and were unable to w1n lt was a grand game Oc 31 Elwood Peru Playlng on a soggy rarnswept freld the Panthers showed therr prowess by holdlng the Bengals scoreless whlle scorlng three touchdowns themselves Tom Davrs was rnrured u not serrously Thrs game ended the season for us Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Score Board Plamfreld Anderson Wabash Ben Davrs Cathedral Alexandrta Huntrngton Peru . . . . 5 ' . . . 7 ' ' . ' l t. . . . 19 . . . U , ' ' . ' ' ' b t Elwood ,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25 Nobleville Melvln Strader Lauranell Lamm Patr1C1a Lee Ioe Braun Yell Leaders As we all know successful cheermg plays an rmportant part 1n the athletlc contests of every school and th1s year much Cfedll for the support g1ven our teams goes to our yell leaders These boys and glrls have been on hand at all the games out of town as Well as at home and have helped us 1n cheerrng our teams to v1ctory They have Worked out new yells and lead all srngrng The1r splendld att1tude has done much to create a good Splfll between the followers of opposlng teams Phrlhp Orbaugh 54 Student Managers The student managers Jobs are many They must check su1ts g1ve out equrp me-nt and check all artrcles taken on wood I-hgh School was fortunate 1n hav mg two frne managers rn Charles Meyers and Ph1ll1p Orbaugh Chuck was effr clent rn both football and basketball Whrle Phll was manager IH football only Good nflr lwgx Q Fl-l Q. IQ T1f01lfl nf VULI Charles Meyers l trips. Their jobs are unheralded. El- T T W- -, .. j-. -.--,f,. L- 1, --.-. - A - .. I P Franc1s Basket Ball Coach J P Hunk Francls Mr Francls IS our basket ball coach He has been wrth us tor srx years Dunng thrs Every year he has scheduled the Panthers wlth some of the toughest blggest teams of the state Some of the b1g teams We have beat and some we have been beaten by But they knew they were really 1n a garne when the Panthers had gotten through wlth them M Franc1s has now made the Panthers a team to be atrald of Mr Francls really knows hls basket ball and we wlsh hlm all the success he can get 1n the rest of hrs years of coachrng time he has turned out some of the finest basket ball teams that Elwood has ever known. ' ' . r. Robert Iushce F Bob lS plenty ast and a qood sl1ot H f Ill real y may qooa defense so we ll see ll ll ext year Don Powell Guard lor was l11tle but tast He always scrapr ea rra and seerr ea 1 Vulnerable We sbcll ss sl arpsnoonna 1 ext year hm Copeland Forward QT lll HG' llfi ON? IIIOYQ YGKIY HO VVCICI It Don Hellm G F 1nk was really qooa t11s year but watcn 11111 ao 111 43 and 44 Robert McGraw F Pap was a sl1tty player and an excellent ltot Dependable and w1tl1 true sports111an 11111 wl11cl1 makes basketball a areal qarne r was one ot 1l1e 1est Eldon Floyd Forward Eldon was one of our dependable subs lS an excellent player and a qood s1ot We expect great tl1111as of l11n1 next year hm B111 Hook G l1rn B1ll IS or QUHCI l but last quard w1tb plenty ot scrapmess He ll be back Thurman Bunyan Center capably We look tor l11s success to be con t111L1ed next year Harold Lambert G Harold was a dependable auard and al ways tryma hrs best We regret that be leaves us ll'llS year Howard Lambert GF P1a 19 the boy who l1kes to play basket ball He 15 a aood sbot as Well as a depend able follow IH man He w1ll be Wllll us tor two 111ore years " ' , t . e ' , He or , l 5,1 l , , ,, ,' . lk ' , Y . , dl J , ,l I A "lf 1" 1 " ' . 1 ,vc l ' W ' c V l , ' lic ', 1 , 1 ' 1 . 1 1111- ' . 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I 3 x 'J XX A Q I L ,N 1 ff' ,f X ff 4 X 4. gig X 1, f A 'L' gui K bert MCG Tnurr 1 Hut THE VARSITY SQUAD The Varsrty has a good collectton ot sharpshooters and detensemen They were slow rn startrng but by the end ot the season they had advanced rapldly They worked untmngly rn an ettort to attarn therr goal wrnnrng the sectronal Even though they were unable to w1n they really put up a scrap We lose three men thls year but we hope to trll rn thetr places and strll have a good team Watch them next yearl THROUGH THE BASKET Elwood 55 Frcmkton 33 lt was a pretty tarr game wrth the xceptron ot numerous errors on the part ot both teams Elwood took an early start and kept a good drstance rn front let trng the reserves trnrsh the game Elwood 54 Pendleton 29 The Panthers began to look better as they Journeyed to the lrrsh gym and showed them how to score The Panthers look a lot better We trnally broke the JIX and really poured on the pornts Elwood 31 Southport 32 The Cardrnals trnally caught up w1th us and Just barely eked out a wrn For the past tew vears the Pmwtlmrq I"IY1fl Wm. KWF1T'Fl1l'lFflQ t 1 A Ls ++l after another The Panthers strll need to watch tretr defense Stxndmc: Pro, Linn' . , Bob riw, lrrn Cogelmd, l :mr rydn Tan l-letlm, ind l-lrrcld Larnbert. Ftvtmii Eldon Floyd, Holi litstico, f':1 Piwell, ind Trip Bill Hfk, - , . l. . . . 9 . . , - , A . 4 . , new ,mm me -,..dl..Wo ,rave .tau one close oa...o , 1 . . Elwood 28 Trpton 31 Thls game was a heartbreaker as the Panthers managed to keep even wrth the Blue Devrls unt1l the last quarter However we are lookmg forward to the next meetlng and hope to beat them bad Elwood 37 Alexandna 35 Oh boy what a thrrllerl After trarhng all the way the Panthers f1nally start ed rollmg and proceeded to trounce the Trgers 1n an overtrme Nrce gomg boys' Elwood 18 Hammond tTechl 40 Thrs was one of our blue n1ghts smce the Panthers couldnt get started The ball Just wouldnt stay 1n the basket lt seemed as lf the upstate boys could h1t from any place on the floor Elwood 29 Frankfort 30 A toughrel The Panthers gave the Hot Dogs a scare as they nearly turned the trlck However lack1ng a llttle push 1n the last quarter the Panthers were fmally beaten Elwood 32 Wabash 30 lt was a battle all the way w1th the Panthers commg out on top only after the gun was shot Nrp and tuck all th way' Keep rt up team EIGHT TEAM TOURNEY AT MUNCIE Elwood The Panthers were beaten by North Srde of Fort Wayne and lost to Trpton tn the consolatron Elwood 47 Lebanon 28 Really mad after the trouncmg at Muncre the Panthers looked a drfferent team as they h1t from all angles of the court lt was a welcome srght to see afte some of those earlrer games Elwood 20 Rochester 22 ously f1ght1ng down a Panther rally Better lu k next tlme fellows Elwood 24 Mxshawaka 40 The tlred Panthers were unable to cope wrth tact1cs of the upstate boys and the result was defeat lt was a nlcely played game however wrth the Panthers puttrng up Sflll resrstance Elwood 39 New Castle 41 Another one of those thr1llers The Panthers came close to takmg the TroJans rn a frerce game Only after barely stopprng the Elwood rally were the Trolans able to w1n Nlce game' Elwood 30 Burns oiMunc1e 33 The game between the Owls and the Panthers showed the rntense rrvalry that exrsted among the followers of each team There was hrgh tensron durmg the game and at only the end of the game was the wmner decrded Elwood 40 So Slde of Ft W 42 Thrs game was a battle from start to f1n1sh The Archers shot from every spot on the floor h1t1ng some from way out The Panthers worked the ball under the basket and were able to hrt from there also Elwood lagged a b1t too long and were unable to come from behmd Elwood 30 Huntmqton 57 The Panthers could not match the VllC1HQS and so were beaten pretty bad Huntmgton was really htttmg and so ran up a good lead before the Panthers aot gomg Elwood 33 Peru 49 The Panthers expected a frght and had one on the1r hands all even1ng The Bengals came out on top aftera trght game lt was a hard game with the Rochester team coming out on top only after furi- ' ' . c ' , . Eugene lustrce Wrllrs McGraw Lyle Clapper Robert McG1ll Eugene Van Buslcrrk Rrchard Banron Robert Sparks Norman Norrrs Rrchard Gregg Russell Courtney Roderrclc Shaw Reserve Tne reserve basketball team thts year had a scrappy bunch of boys Almost every team they played had a larger determmatton to Wm and drd Durtng the season they played a total ot elghteen games wmnmg nme and losmg ntne The games they drd lose were lost by a small margrn so we are loolcrng forward to a great team next year Robert lustlce lack MCQUIDH Eldon Floyd Elmer Wregert Don Helfm Paul Lrndley hm Brll l-look Roy Hutcheson I V I I I l 'N and more experienced ball team. Elwood went out with the Back row Mr Davrs Eugene Parr hm Hackett Norman Cornelrous Fred Stoner Mo s1e Harmon and Bob McGraw Mrddle row Howard Welches Carl Scott Rlchard Watson Darwrn Street Curt1s Hobbs and Warren Dalley Front R1chard Saxton Aqrlculture Basketball Team The Aqnculture team has had a very successful season Wmnmq s1X out ot erqht lt 1S made up entlrely ot puprls rn Vocatlonal Aqrrculture morntnq and afternoon classes Th1s team possesses fast defense men and sharpshooters The coach 1S Bob McGraw as srsted by Palmer I Davls Thelr Wrns were by rmpresslve marqlns and they had a strrng of f1V9 consecutlve vrctortes before the loss to Anderson Elwood Scoreboard AleXandr1a Lapel Anderson Summ1tv1lle Lapel Alexandrra Summ1tv1lle Anderson 26 ' " 9 " 29 25 ' ' 14 35 ' 27 ' ' 22 A SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES FORMULA l Above all else 1n the world never tram lt s bad on the dlgestron and often Causes one nnss tmportant events that happen while one rmght be tralnlng 2 Be sure to drrnk coplously of water durlng the game to say nothrng of between halves and before the game Thrs makes one feel sattsfted at belng able to dflllli at anytrrne or anywhere 1n sp1te of proh1b1t1on 3 When the coach rs dernonstratrng a play or showmg you some ot the mechamcs of the game never pay any attention to hlm for lt w1ll tend to cramp your rndlvrdualtty and lessen your glory 4 When you take socks home to wash be sure to forget to brmg them back Thrs w1ll necess1tate your borrowrng a parr from the coach twhrch you must also forget to brmg back? ln trme you w1ll have qurte a coll ct1on of socks Some of the greatest socks collectors rn the country are 1nhab1tants of Elwood Hlgh School 5 To observe proper locker room et1quette be sure to leave the shower runmng 1f you re the last one out of the shower each day to worry the coach and above all lose some your equlpment at least every other day 6 Before a game never eat the prescnbed poached eggs and toast A menu admrr ably surfed to the case lS Veal steak stewed mutton or frled Cll1C1i9l'1 Noodles and Dumplrngs Potato salad trrch and gooeyl Watermelon Pumpkrn Pre Frutt salad wtth whlpped Cream Hot rolls and butter tPlenty of butterl Prckles Cranberrles Tea and Coffee tAnyth1ng else to drrnk that you can get1 7 When speaklng to the coach never address hun as Mrster Always say H1 Mug hows trrcks? 8 When the coach orders callsthemcs always thmk evrl and hateful thoughts wh1le domg them Thls w1ll tear down your mental attltude and tend to counterbalance any benefxt denved from the cahsthemcs 9 Profantty lS the best means of QXDFGSSIOU and lS welcomed by all coaches The coach w1ll thmk you re tough 1f you swear frequently and at opportune trmes 10 And lastly and by no means leastly mrss as many practlce sess1ons as you poss1bly can wrthout gettmg krcked orf the team Thrs w1ll most assuredly strengthen the coach s oprmon of your 1mportance I . . 1 . . . , . , 1 A A . , . 2. 1 . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . , . - 1 1 . . 11 . 11 11 . - - 1 1 1 1 . 11 1 1 . . 1 1 . - 1 1 . . . , . 1 511 3 A 9543 'K A ME? -PWR, 5:1 .Q S 4Qii"S?f5i9'2N1W 5 i 2 -,gui 5? -, ewwe wauiizsi ff, .ga . y, :cgi K 1' QQ -' s-5,12 A N . :Q ."" 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H. . ,, , ci' V U2 'fm sfztgf' .WTM kifi,,4 S Q ,,.,3g:kg, ,, ff:-iz, R' xi, - 2 if ff ' if ,- .W Standing Martha McCreary Marqeret Kiefer B tty Hinshaw Lando Reichart Lois McWilliams Lyle Clapper Clela Goodnight and Rosaline Beach Sittlnq Esther Dellinaer Rosemary Blair Miss Nuzum and Billy Siqward Standing Ann ileen Anqlerreyer Imogene Parrlsh EmrnaJe1n Anqlemeyer Don Land Ioan Everlinq lack Edmonds Helen Barrett Paul Iudy Charmian Owen William Frye and Bob Davis Sitting Ruth Bell Wzlletta Locke Martha Blair and Mildred ldl ANNUAL STAFF Freedom of Press Last September no one had the slightest idea it there would be a Crescent this year or not This was due to the tact that Mr I A Nudinq who had always supervised the students in this work has retired However We have a very capable sponsor and GdV1S of the Annual this year The following students make up the staii Co editors in chiet Rosemary Blair and Esther Delhnqer Literary Division Lois Mc Williams Bosaline Beach Clela Goodnight Lando Be1chart Business Manager Billy Sig ward Advert sements Ruth B ll Willetta Locke and Don Land Artlsts Ioan Everhnq Helen Barrett lack Edmonds Ioke Division Martha Blair Mildred Idle Charmian Owen Publicity Imogene Parrish Emmaiean Anqlemeyer Anneileen Anqlmeyer Typists Marqeret Kiefer Mary Ann Biltz Class Editors William Frye Paul Iuday Robert G Davis Sports Division Lyle Clapper Advisor Claral Nuzum t or in Miss Clara Nuzum this year. She has accepted the responsibility of being the head SEMESTER HONOR ROLL B1ltz Mary Ann 4E s Hutcherson Frances 4Es Leeson Ann Lors 4Es lG McW1ll1ams Lo1s 4Es Wood Elsre 4Es Baxter Phylhs 4Es Hackett Ellen 4E s Hocker Ioan 4Es Leqq Wllma 4Es Blankensh1p Dolores 4Es Hrnshaw Betty 4E S Locke Wrlletta 4Es Wrllrams Betty Mae Es Kochman Betty 4E s Krnq Shlrley 4Es M1ller Alrce 4Es SEMESTER HONORABLE MENTION Bambrouqh R 2Es 3Gs Bell R 2Es 2Gs Blumenthal H 2Es 2Gs Ersaman E 1E Franklm L lE 3Gs Hetlm M 4Gs Kreter M 2Es 2Gs Perkms V 3Es lG Bedenbauqh I lE 'Z s Thomas D 4Gs Tubbs M 2E s 2Gs Warner V 3Es lG Wesseler D 3Es lG Buttler T lE 3G Demos L 4Gs D1Ck9Y W 4Gs Green R 2Es 2Gs Havens D 2Es 2Gs Mams W lE G s Mlller M lE 4G s Myerly M 3E s lG Slmmons B 2E s 2G s Champron I 3Es lG Kurtz R 1E 3Gs Beach R 2Es 2Gs Boyle I 3Es lG Burton I ZES 2Gs Courtney A lE BGS Durr I 4Gs Goodmqht C 2Es 2Gs Lamm L ZES 2Gs Manqhelll P lE 3Gs Benner P 2Es ZGS Tanzellt L 2Es 2Gs Hesler I L 4Gs I , , ' 2B ' , , ' ' 3A ' ' , , , , . 1 - - A 1 I ' ' ' ZA ' , 1 ' lB ' ' ' , , , 1 , , . ,I , , , , , . u , . . , . , ,J , . , , , . cGs , . - ' ' ' ' G Fetz, I. lli 3Gs BA Blarr, M. 3Es l . 1 , 3B 1 , G, , , , . 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' ' lA ' , 1 , . 1942 DEBATING TEAM We have a fine debating team this year We have three freshmen six sophomores and a Junior participatinq The members ot the affirmative team are lenester Noland Barbara Kimmerlinq Oliver Haynes Shirley King and lack Squier Those on the neqa tive team are Don Noble Frances lean Parker Earl Reasoner Elaine Henderson and Mar iorie Bohlander DEBATING CALENDER Nov 26 The debate season opened A nondecision debate with Wabash Dec 5 ci 6 The squad went to Purdue University to attend a Debaters Convention and negative lost Ian l3 The team qoes to Wabash Tourney and winning three debates out ot tour Affirmative 2 Negative l lanuary li Hagerstown Journeyed here tor a debate lan 21 A group iourneyed to Greentown and deteatina the Greentown Debaters lan 24 Some of the squad went to lndiaiapolis at Butler University to attend the tourney there Ian 31 Peru tourney Elwood placed third in twenty schools represented Feb X District tourney The affirmative won two and the negative lost two debates The tourney was won by Fairmount Dec. 12 eElwood's first decision debate with lndianapolis Tech. Elwood affirmative won, Back row M C u ero o Blu h R Court I I-:out o rn haw L Leesox an c Ill S Wrrner m I Ho r Student Planntng Commtttee The Student Plannmg Commtttee of Elwood l-hgh School has proven to be a worthy and successful undertakmg lts purpo e IS to brmg together through a detmrte medtum the admm1strat1on faculty and student body so that a close assocratlon may be had tor turthermg the educattonal progress of the school At the meetmgs they drscuss and act upon suggesttons of the students and faculty members related to student attarrs and problems The members ot the comm1ttee rep esent the student body 1n these meet1ngs and they present before the body any probl fn vvhrch may a1d m the progress ot the school Respect for an arb1trat1on ot student problems IS thus recogntzed as bemg of vrtal concern for the betterment ot the stud nt body and the school : R, c ullo gh, R. Davis, P, Sloan, L. D rx s, E. R op, E. baulj f 4 UGY, flfld - FOTZ. Mtddle row: C. Blackburn, M. Kerr, M. Crockett, M. Tubbs, M. Miller, Miss Nash, and R. Bell. ' . x w: B. H' s , A. . r, M. Bl ' , L, M W' may , V. f. , t cl . cke . . . . T . . I I A , . . . T . . 9 . SENIOR CLASS PLAY Thursday December 18 the senior class pre sented their annual play to the students ot Elwood High School The matinee drew a large attendance While vacationing France Douglas Good year a shy young boy is given credit for aving the lite ot a vivacious French girl When Mrs Goodyear hears ot this simple heroic deed she immediately begins to imagine Douglas as a great hero Through the aid ot a news paper reporter Miss Esmond the exaggerated news is spread throughout the community When Douglas arrives home he tinas hims lt scheduled to compete in a swimming race with Spike Ryder a champion swimmer In order to escape humiliation he learns to swim and finally beats Spike Ryder in the race Durmg the play Jealousy is shown between Virginia Ferguson and the lovely French girl but Virginia wins Douglas and so all is well The heros sister Grace and her boyfriend Binny tried to keep the tact that Douglas could not swim a secret but Bunny Just could not keep from gossipmg CAST of TIN HEBC Mrs Blanche Goodyear ambitlous mother Harriett Scott Grace Goodyear level headed daughter Mary Call Douglas Goodyear timid son Ed Blubaugh Virginia Ferguson his tiance'P'P Gertrude Thomas Baxter Warner Pres ot Heros Club Mariorie l-leltlm Adelaide Young another flirt ean Gross Spike Byder a champion swimmer Ernest Beichart Victoria Esmond news paper reporter Bos lla Brillhart Mll Claudette Bordini ot France Ann Lois Leeson Alternate Virginia Warner PRODUCTION STAFF. Stage Manager . . Bosella Bambrough. Assistant Stage Man- ager . . . Virginia Warner. lunior Assistant . . . Margaret Ballard. Property . . . Elmer Eisaman. Costume . . . Mr. George Smith. Make-up . . . Miss Allen. THE MEGAPHONE The MEGAPHONE grew out of a v1tal need ot the school for some sort of a medrum througl' whrch the students could exchange the1r rdeas and exert therr 1n1t1at1ve A news paper ot some kmd was the obvrous answer to such a need ln the beglnnrng rt had 1ts ups and downs llS downs often srnklng pretty low Starts were changed so rap1dly that no one knew from one day to the next whether he was a reporter or a cr1t1c As trme progressed and the MEGAPHONE ceased to be a supplement to the local newspaper and became a mrmeographed newsmagazrne rn ts own rrght the organrzatron became more settled and cons1stent The MEGAPHO NIE at present IS st1ll undergorng mxnor changes The MEG!-XPHONE began as the back page ot the local Elwood Call Leader under the banner The Panther Chant Then wlth the help of Mrss Demaree and Mr Havens a school mrmeographed copy of the paper was prmted and put on sale last December 22 By now the MEGAPHONE has become one of the regular rnstrtutrons of Elwod Hrgh School lt has been only through the cooperatron ot the Stall and outsrders who helped to gether w1th Mrss Demaree and Mr Havens plus the support of the ma1or1ty of the student body that the MEGAPHONE has become a real school paper The MEGAPHQNE w1ll always endeavor to repay that support duct1on Mgr hm Davrs Product1on Stall Elsre Wood Margaret Kreter Dale Bell Donald Powell C1rculat1on Mgr Leo Tanzrllr Busrness Mgr lane Ann Havens Art Ed Velma Perlcrns Exchange Leo Demos M1meograph operator m mett W1lho1t Sports Ed Wrlllam Danner Socrety Ed Patrrcla Mahoney Ed1tor1als Dorothy Wesseler News Start Mrrram Tubbs Lauranell Carter Wanda Dlckey Alrce Mlller Features Betty Mae Wrllrams Robert Greene Donald Gorns Bosella Brrllhart Edna Walker Sponsors M1ss D maree and Mr Havens STAFF: Editorein-chief . . . Elmer Eisaman. Asst. Ed .... Barbara Ktmmerling. Pro- USHERS A new orqan1zat1on appeartnq rn our school system thls year rs that ot the Ushers These ushers have unltorms blue trousers whrte sweaters wlnch are famllrar to all ot us .rt football basketball qames audrtorlums and out S1dG programs More luck to th1s mfant orqanrzahon and rts Capable sponsor Palmer I Davis LIBRARY ASSISTANTS tlme no award IS QIVGH tor therr servrces rt IS voluntary The llbrarrans have many dutles to perform among these are checkrnq and collectrnq books ardmq students who need help rn trndmq reference books and takmq rnventory ot the llbrary at the close ot the school year Knowledge acqurred rn thrs type ot work ards the students to become better acquamt ed wrth therr lrbrary t There are twelve assistant librarians, two tor each period of the day. At the present THE BAND This year we are very fortunate in having l.. Hush Hughes as our instructor. Mr. Hughes has organized a boys and girls glee club, a concert band, a B band, a C band, a Tonette band, an Acapella choir, and eight rhythm bands. The glee clubs are among the best we have had. The girls glee club which was under the instruction of Mrs. Ray Waymire the first semester was composed of 29 members. They gave two performances, the first of which was given in connection with the exhibit staged by the Elwood lndustrial Bureau in the armory, and the second on November 30, l94l at the Vesper Service under direction of Mr. Hughes and Music Department. Mr. Hughes took over the girls club the second semester. Mr. Hughes has always had the boys glee club. They had 33 members. They sang at the Kiwaris Club on December ll. The combined glee clubs put on a black faced minstrel on March l7th and l8th. They will sing at the Baccalaureate Service. The Acapella choir contains 24 voices. There were 52 members in the concert band the first semester. The second semester there were 48. The band gave two successful concerts on November 30, l94l and Febru' ary 22, l942. They have played at the basketball and football games. They will also play at the Commencement. The band sponsored the Ball State Men's Glee Club Pro gram on lanuary 29, l942. The organization of an orchestra is being promoted now. This year several new horns and a new instrument rack have been added to the music department. G1rls Glee Club Boys Glee Club Hu 0 Lwwr 1 Fnly N ,bl I1 . 11:1 fi 1:1 Et'-1.3. 5, if Q1 'L rdf., V121 1' If ::'r1, ' I 'zzy :fy ll-1, rx I ' F..t:. Hull. S' ' Ld 1, fJf3r::,1 T 1y.1.-1, fr. 111, 11 V Rui'-,.,1 5511111 Q -4. 'l H-t 1s':1:' 1:, ?"1fx 111 xr.:-41, RJ-rt: VY-11. by I,z::,g,!-13:21. M11-,' P ' I x 1 Tz: f11-.--, :'- 'lx fm' '- 11Mx: L1-,f11F1Z': ' 1:1 H 'ET 1. I K rn 1 1 T'111z:,11, Herr fri S111-51,1-J Qhirlgs Pg'-125, Plus Wo d, ,-3, "'i1:11p ,1:1.ii, " I 'J tz W F1 -I id 11:39, I. Q,V1rsc:' Ffifnd J ' 3,511-.'1rd, .im f 2, fir: Fw 111 VII H 1 P1 A fiyd, 7 ::.r.j.' V'f"1', Si-'vw . 11.1f:1hf1L1fI 1.1 du 'Ra I1 zrl, Tfgzd IWW: D Q -1 Somethlng new has been added' Thrs year for the frrst t1me the musrc department of Elwood H1gh gave a real black faced mrnstrel Mr Hughes wrote the scrrpt He has had a lot of experrence m thrs type of work and knows hrs busmess when rt comes to mrnstrels The mrnstrel was grven to Iumor Hrgh Senror Hrgh and a nrght performance was grven for adults The mrnstrel proved to be a great success as there was a pack ed house for all three performances and many people were turned away for the last show The mrnstrel was composed of forty seven people rn the crrcle four endmen Charles Spres I C Vmson Herbert Grllesple and Kenneth Vmson Blll Srgward who proved to be a capable lnterlocutor and spec1alt1es gmven were by the Bell quartet loan Everlmg who gave a prano solo Paul Bras wrth plant for Mrss lones' Velma Perkms w1th a tap dance and a n1ne prece orchestra composed of lack Squrer Elsre Wood Walter Franklm Lauranell Carter Betty Ploughe Olwer Haynes Drck Hughes and Earl Boyer Students m the chorus were Roberta Watson Donnalee lohns Helen Hughes Patsy Clark Mar garet Krefer Ioan Everlmg Rosella Brrllhart Dorothy Wesseler leanne Rutledge lean Wolfe Ruth McDan1el Mary Ruth Crockett Ina lane Larue lane Leathers Helen Slzer Ann Lots Leeson Delores Blankenshrp Arl en Cramer Lawrence Magers Ioseph Metz Lando Rerchart Rrchard Drake Leo Tanzrlll Steve Dauenhauer Eldon Floyd Danny Fettrg Carl Fuller Brll Berry Don Frelds Iack Renner and Rrchard Grlmme - 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 11 . 11 . . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Q 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - The Class of 4l prese11ted to the Elwool l-l1ql1 School ot C1 hr1ef cere 111or1y P1 lurqe tloq vVlllT'll now stcmds 111 the scl1ool hbrory GIRL SCOUTS The l94l 42 Seruor Girl Scout Troop l, thouqh srrrctll hots the honor of bemq the lst Semor Gul Scout Troop orqcrmz ed 111 lr1d1onct M135 Morthd Nctsh lS the leorder They hcrve been very CIcllV9 th1s yedr ll'l school STUDENT PROIECTORS Th1s yeor we hove omother new qrour 1r1 our 1111dst These ore the students who ore resoohs1bl tor the s ow111q ot the llllll t the VCITIOIIN classes f ' 5 1' 'T 5?-,. ,-. 1 1. 1 ,111 1 - - - ..- , 1 1 " e 51 ' 1 ' ' s o 1 1 K 4 1 a , , . A L 1 V , .T -T 4 HGME RCDGM ACTIVITIES The actrvrtres engaged rn by the home roons have been varred The Vrctory B ok Drrve was 1ed by the Lrbrary In the co11ectton ot records tor the musrc department Room 309 1ed Room 202 had a se11out ot student trcket for the m1nstre1 In the adu1t t1c1cet ale the Lrbrary sold the most but Room 101 1ed IH proportron to the number rn therr home room The home room tourney sponsored by Room 101 provrded opportunrty tor com petrtron and entertalnment Home Room 303 a Iunrcr home room won the tourney The trrst Home Room Organlzatron ot our hrgh schoo1 was added to our schoo1 actrv rtres the second semester There are nrnete n home rooms The ottrcers are Lrbrary Pres lack Fetz Vrce Mary Ann B11tz Sec Treas Rose11a Br111 hart Pres Patty Mahoney VICE Drck McCu11ough Sec Treas Iane Leathers Pres B111y Srgward Vrce Wanda Warner CICS Pres Iames Copeland Vrce E1don Brrkenbrne ec Marlory Cochran Treas Robert Adams Pres Betty Hrnshaw Vrce Danny Eettrg ec Ioyce E111ott Treas C1e1a Goodknrght 30013 Pres Bobby Kurtz Vrce Pau11ne Manghe111 Sec Treas Larane11e Lamrn Pres Noe1 Sprtzmesser Vrce Thurman Runyan Sec Kenneth Vrnson Treas Robert S1g1er 300A Pres Robert G Davrs Vrce Ross Ca1dwe11 Sec D e 1 o r e s B1an1cen shrp Treas Wanda Dtckey Pres Ohver Haynes Vrce He1en Hughes Sec E1a1ne Henderson Treas Roy Hutcheson Pres Davrd Locke Vrce Robert Iustrce Sec Treas Patrrcra Lee Pres Rosemary Scott Vrce Eugene Roop Sec Mary Lynn McCor mrck Pres Dorwrn Street Sec W11ma W11burn Treas Betty Whrtenack Gov Caro1yn B1ac1cburn Lreut G o v Rosemary Be S c ot State Ieanne Br111hart Treas Chttord Carhle Pres Wm Convve11 Vrce Roya1 Harrrson Sec W1111am Frye Treas Martory Goats Vrce Eugene Iustus Sec Treas Ahce M111er Pres Ioyce School Sec Treas Mary Robert son Lrb Donna May Rerch ar Pres Mar11yn 1ones Vrce Rrchard Bo111nger S c De1ores Hutcheson Treas Robert Hart1ey Pres Robert Woodsrdes Vrce Iudrth M111er Sec Treas Eugene Wood Lrb Ioyce Sprtzmesser I .ff 1 tt ' we ' .f ' e. 1011 y ' 2 A 305: 208: 308. fr ' of ' - ff A f ' 205: Sec.-Treas. Helen Wa1- 'T , P595-'c'W111iS MCGTUW 1 . -'r f 303: ' ' .e 206: 301: s Z - ' ' ,QT , 2071 A 310: it Z ' 1 S . - 204: f ' 1 F 200: V is .E .- -H ' ' I 203: 202: 3091 ,T as 1 Y Q-39 Q-1.9 W 5 51 X 5 X 5' A A " 9 l ' . Q X W sv AQ' xv W 5 F H3252 ffl I In P fc' A, . ,W ,E ,QL 'K li? 4' H f I R fi at-:Sift 1 ff ull L...- 2 P.. L M .,.....M.gg W- QM' Q , - ? Q, Q, ,K . Q Uk 41 C V A P, XT , H1 Lifvztfr f2fiW Coziigi 1,1213 fx url 1-Y I3 gy 'P D P ET'f'3I'L fl :EY 'E t E ,ltf fu. am: M-'w-6" .,....-. Tfw .F I I 'i"p':1:v1.w Mflthfgd. To' rzqhib Fuszids, Rmzfms 'md Kids. Hip 'SKVEI i-'iii Ymunq Artxsts , , - , X A f. . l I X A l , STH fwriiex rzfzlm The Wxy ro "1 Mms HQUT. ,:f:tt?::. Tamar nit buf uyzz, instructor. YEL'Wf"'xZU 'G:.tfe1 E111 A Gyn. Clfxss. YBCIIOH1 left, his 15 fx Lf1v,1'gh1n:' Mitten KBOMGU1 Ilfghl? Tli'1I1I'1-5YS??? Q Q X1 . Uii ' 1 gym .---n Q rv 'Y A Lf' 8 S R V'-fem' , fag ,,,! ' ,igimfr W m . . 4 . M1 :W wi f' if 3' I ' 51,32 XV ' L, AA,, 1 4 3 i Xie The churches ot Elwood appreciate the High School and the cooperation between these two great community institutions. They go hand in hand in developing character and in promoting high ideals. THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION jhadowia, Shadows' Phantoms in the night Flitting before the moon Shadows' Shadows Whisp ring to eerie owls In the wooded hill Shadows' Thy eerie stealing frighten me Thy eerie bodies fill me with horror Shadows' Shadows' Fading 1n the limelight Always gruesome Dont fill me with terror shadows Go' Go' Bleak black grey deep purple No color unearthly Go' Begone' Go back to thy devil s den Amidst the bats and creepy things begone' Lois lean Fetz it Nur' x W t Q , I ' -. M K f I ' W , 5 GRA X 0 Compllments of SMITH ALSOP MERCHANTS 'Q PAl T 'SH PRO MANUFACTURERS Complete lme of PAINTS ENAMELS VARNISHES HOME SHOW Imperlal washable wallpaper supply of venetxan blmds Y LA Phone 164 1526 S A Street W HAPP B IR ELWOOD PAINT and Dnrector 'md Manager WALL PAPER CO The Why The Best ln Mens and Boys Clothmg and Shoes WIARTIN BLUMENTHAL Mgr Mr Ltndley Has absolute zero been tound yet? I Copeland Yes Mr Ltndley Where? l havent heard of lt yet I Copeland On my test paper M155 Grossweqe Bud l dont ltke to 5ee you Copytnq Bud Moschell Then turn your head lll be throuqh tn a nnnute Ph1l Orhauqh May l have the next dance? Blrdte Locke Sure, 1t you can hnd a partner M155 Dernaree Name three collectmve nouns L Re1chart Flypaper, dustpan, and wastebasket -z-' 0 7 - Q 9 N 4' 04, Ax D QS' I . ' AA Y! ' Y , . A , . - I ' V 5 . , . ya 'H-GM" '41 ! F Q ff 1 LTA 4, 9, H I K -' K ' hx fr I '-w ja YORKS Now occupymg our new Memor1a1 Home at 1113 S And St Where ecohom1ca1 and hlgh standard ot servrce are assured Te1ephone 158 tor 33 years Imogene Parrrsh Oh goody goody Thank grvmg comes on Thursday thls year Mr MaxWe11 CCISSIQHIHQ Physrcs 1essoh1 Tomorrow start wrth 11ght hmg and go to thunder WHATS THE USE? We edrtors may Work and to11 T111 our tmger 'ups are sore But some poor trsh rs sure to ay Ive heard that Joke before' FAMOUS FALLS OF HISTORY Fa11 ot Home Anthohy's Fa11 for C1eopatra. The Fa11 of Napoleon Fa11s ot Mirmehaha. Fa11 of the House ot Usher. Fa11 of 1942. -SB' pi Q til ,4 b X 5' f 7 Val' y is Mg" 1' DID YOU KNOW THIS? Freshman Knows not and knows not that he knows not Sophomore Knows not and knows that he krows not lunior Knows and knows not that he knows Senior Knows and knows that he KHOWS H Lambert You quys dont know how to get along with Mr Brown that all Now you want to qo in class and humor him the way l do Harmon Huh you dont humor him you amuse him Davis Good dates in Elwood are like cherries on a cherry tree in winter. . McGraw: Hows that? . Davis: Hard to find. Mr. Phillips: What do you expect to be when you get out ot school Richard? D. Hughes: An old man. Best Wishes of HOME ICE Sc COAL CO Dlsll lhllt0l'S Qpul f hasel Squeeze Compllments ot PAUI IFACH TOMPKINS SHOE REPAIR IUHN JAMIW Prop Where Qualltv Is A Habit 1:28 So A Elwood USI CITIES SERVICE HEATING OH? No 3 Fuel 011 for vour fulnace Range O11 for your Stove Thev re Dlstnlled II R ORBAUGII Distributor Phone 230 How much do you charqe tor Werqhrnq hoqs'9 Ch Just qet on the scale lll werah you tor noth1nq The one leqqed rnan qrew rennnrscent over the coffee and I lost me leq lady he sard whrle I was swrrnrnrnq ashore wrth a hne durtna the Spanrsh Amerrcan War A shark came alonq and qrahbed me by the lea Goodness sara the krnd old lady What drd you do? I let hrm have rt I never argue Wrtn a shark Heard at Seraeant Select e Serqeant belectee Seraeant Selectee F Parker I Noland an rnductron statron as the Sergeant rntervtcwed the Selectee Calf? I4 rnches Th1qh'? 25 Inches Neck? You h tl Say do you know Adam and Eve s ohone number? Why sure, 281 apple , 1 4 4 4 A . 1 . . ' V I J . L, , . 1 w 1 - 44 K A V JL 111 . ru, . I . Y ' . ' at v ', ' 11 rf w 1 '. ' .. I . . . A v ' fr ff . , ff ff . 1 , t If , . . , . If 1 , , , ff . ff . . . . . . 1 1 1 . . ff H H .1 . ff . ff fl . t .y H , . ' ' A A 5 . Q ' O . w . . Q . f . . , , A . Con2,ratulat1ons TEXACO SUPER STATIOX1 WDANIEL5 Due Clmgenpeel Drs Goods Shoes 118 S Anderson Street Elwood Imlllnfx Acocssones One Stop Sffltlllll IACISLEX FUNERAL HOME Compllments ol phone A00 KANTNI R IAURXIITURE llompt Ambulance SCIXILC QTQRE Robmtl Iuklew Q11 1hI Jackles ? you 19 1 1o11 omy 11Y1q 11 qo95 111 C11 o119 o9o1 9o1 Q TO o11195 FL 11 1119 o 191 191 111011 '1 1 9 1 11411 1 111111 oy9 QI 13o1119 C Lo 11 fl 111119 1111014 G 1oq9111o1 111 111 you 599 11 o11o d11v9 1119111151 117 131111151 1X1o 9 oo1 WL 11 111 1115 11111 ooo 91 f y cC1111 o 9 11111111 C5 E111o1199 Wflfl C1 11111111 D1c1199 Q11 ST COS1llGl 1 1911 my WCI191 1'1OIT1G Cos 1191 1111911 5 o111 1113111 1u51 W1119 you1 11611119 OH 1119 wo11+ omd you coo y 1119 119111 111119 you oo1119 1"1 1199 Q 1 1 9 1111111 Fvc1y11oC1 V 11 1 191 Q11 TIC 119V 11 1 Yo111 ov91Qo 11 W11 CCJQT 11 5 1 1 1 1 1 , ' I I. - -nv k B 11 K .L - .. I ' 7 Y W 5 - L Vx. .,'. 1'1'. 1. 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Compllmenti Compllments of KINDLER s ELWOOD Elwoorls oldest and exclusive shoe S1016 COCA COLA BOTTLING CO Nhse I3 ll MHS Nuzum Deh 1 lr1CIcIe Byue, To llllI eIowIy Nuzum Dehue anecdote u Byus A short 'uuoy tole Poul omecdole qohshgul OISY qnoronl br1ox1ous usty I Y SCIIIOI M155 Nuzum Now us l1e 1 both ID o seutenee Byus Th CI 9 1r1CIcIeS down the street wlth ox Con hed to IIS WCIIIQI I wont some suqor Iur suqor 'Wg 11 I All we have IS qronuloted SIT Qeulo But I leII you I vom lump suqor' Nou r Well 1I you CI I hce 11 you Con Iumo 1 Carl Kmgs RECORD SHOP The best m populfu lecords of the da! 9 .1 , A I - A ., .' . . . " 1 3 fre ' ,. fl I :: 5 . v 1 'I ,N ,, ,. PQ: I : " . . . I 2 e I H ' -. 2 e o ' ' ' S eusoless E ': '1 N I T L 0 I R S 'Il Y ' - I we . , . . . up . ez ' , '. oy rr , Iv . I Le: ,' on' 'I ', y'l, ' 1 , A ' 1, . Q L , Where the Best People Meet and the Be t People Eat R L LEESON 81 SONS CO HOTEL SIDWELL The Best Place to Shop CAFETERIA after all Phone 12.J., Miss Kidwell Name two things that contain starch B Moyer Two cuffs and a Collar Mr Francis went to the barber shop and became angry when he was charged 5Oc for having it cut Mr Francis Sir I havent rnuch hair to cut so why charge so much for cutting it? Barb r Brother I charged for finding it not cutting it L Clapper What is your worst sin? I A I-Ioppenrath My Vanity I spend hours before the mirror admiring rn beauty L Clapper That isnt vanity dear thats imagination F Hutcherson Uh why it s cold water crazy with the heat lst Golfer I-Iow was your game today? 2nd Golfer Not bad I made it in seventy six lst Golfer Say thats swell playing tomorrow? 2nd Golfer Yep Irn going back to play the 2nd hole HARD TO FH IN SHOPS Candice School Supplies 1, Soft Drinks mtl K L E I N Mavizmcs E.w.,.,dS Sam Aurelius Newest Foot Fashion Center 1608 East Mam Street K6 5 . . ." F0 y . Mr. Maxwell: What is a definition of steam? 1 2 . K, t y S 2 X S biz ,. P. Orbauqh: Do you like double features in the show? l. Copher: Sure, saueezlnq and hand-holding. Btrkehbme l have a basketball nose Iustxce Why? Btrkenbme lt drtbbles M Wtlsoh Youre dumb Why dont you qet an encycloped1a'9 P Lambert The pedals hurt my feet l Hocker Wlty does a stork stand on one toot? T Bunyan Any tool knows that lt he htts up the other toot lell tall down M Ktefer Ccommq up to a qroup of Seruors collected m 4A Phys1cal lab? Wltats all the fuss? I Kehch Cqlancma up from electucal machmel Wlly we were soarkmq and some ot the k1ds qot shocked' D Locke Who was the smallest mah m h1story9 l Hook l awe up D Locke Why the Roman soldler wto sle pt OH hts watch The Emporlum 229 S Anderson Street Womens and MISSCS Smart Apparel AT POPULAR PRICES BALLARD BOWL Meet the gang at the Ballard Bowl For fun and healthful recreation INSURANCE Frank E DeHorlty 81 Son Opposxte P 0 Phone 193 Fstabllshed 1900 llwood lumber Company Phone 28 EVERH THING from Pl ms to Punt 18th Street at NlCkel Plate Track E. A ' 2 . R. ' : . E. ' ' 1 ' . . f , . . . I N . I . I U l f . I , L Q l 2 ' . . "' ' as 9 ' 9 yy - . , . I I . . nt 7 x ' 78 , , I . 1 ,. ' S. ' ELWOOD 53 ALEXANDRIA 25 We hnally qot back rn the w1n column as the Panthers thumped the Ttqers rn a qame played on our tloor All the Panthers were hlttrna and showed Alex how to play ball ELWOOD 36 TIPTON 37 Comma from behtnd rn the last two mrnutes the Blue Devlls were able to beat the Panthers lt was a typtoal Ttpton Elwood basketball qame w1th plenty ot thrrlls ELWCDCD 45 FROEBEL 62 Elwood traveled to Eroebel and were severely trounced by the upstate qurntet The Panthers natfhed pomts wtth them tor three quarters before falltnq behlnd Elwood almost beat the Bears ln the last tew mrnutes ot the game the Bears pulled abreast and then went around the Panthers lt was a great aame and a httlnq trtbute to the Panthers ln the seotronal at Anderson the Panthers advanced to the sernlhnals by defeattnq Pendleton 39 35 They tell before Anderson rn the semrhnal 39 27 Better luck next year Congratulatlons to the class of 42 ELWOOD SWEET SHOPPE MANGAS CAFETERIA Eat with dellght George and Jack Mangas Props ELWCDCDWY33 CENTRAL-37 COMMONS DRUG STORE Walgreen Svstem 192 South Anderson Street COINC RA TULAT IONS Look soul BEST If sou ale lookin for success K LD up your A1 pc 11 mge Dress for Comfort md Styln OIR NEW SPRING CLOTHING vull glwg you that Harrys Store for Men A STORE FOR YOUNG 'VIEN AND 'VIEW WITH YOLNG IDEAS 1996 SAM HOLLIES Qualrty Dry CLEANERS MAIN PHONE 8 EI ECTRIC CooKLRx INDIANA COMPANX B Adam Wtty ts on ot the buhard balls rea? F Eths Beoaus rt blushed W 1 fl tt saw the other two krss rn ite om C Ball Ts mk so expenstve father? Father Why no what makes you thmk so? CN Batt Welt mother seems aurte d sturhed because I spttled s me on the hvmq roort ttoor B MgCaun I vvrsh to marry your daughter slr Dr Hoppenrott Young man do you drmk? B McCann Tt armks a tot slr but let s settle THIS other thmq trrst Mr Cautdwett Does the moon attect the t1de'? Tom Davls No Just the untred Btalr Welt CNCIIHUIOD how are your marks? Owen Una r water Btcnr Wtttrt do you moan tm tor water? wen B tow V love 5 ! 1 , M Y .. . . . t ' ' ' N, . I 42 t U , -Y . A3 ,Z ,Z . U ' . J - 1 7 . :S ' ' , 2 4, X' "W611d1'QSSfd look' GENERAL SERVICE 9 4 A T K . 2 ' ' e " ' . e' Ee' "i,o er. I ,ENE ', i' , , ,, '. .or, ' ' w . 1 tt: ' : , ' ' . M. ' : ' , I X . C. : 'e 1 . M. ' : . , . C' , . Cf. C , : o 1' " T" A .,t, Mr Maxwell Kto Physrcs class studymq Force and Motrorl All ohrects are attracted to each other Betty Plouqhe ls that Why people qet marrred? B tty McCann Football IS a rough game Do players get kllled very often? lack Copher No dear only once We can rate newspaper pace And departma leave hehmd us Footprmts on the formans face Gertrude Thomas l nad a date Wrth a profess1onal mmd reader the other maht Mrd ldle How d1d he emoy hrs vacatronf Goodnessl But l need a shave' remarked the ahsentmmded prof ss or as he qazed mto the harr brush rnstead of the rmrror e : ' . ' , 3 1 I - Lives of halfhaclcs all remind us S 2 Alders May l lcrss you on the forehead? A Elmore Not unless you want a banq rn the mouth Grven A Freshman To prove That a Freshman rs an afflrctron Proof A Freshman rs new New means not old Not old means not stale Not stale means fresh Fresh means smart Smart rs a pam Pam rs an arflrctron Therefore A Freshman rs an arflrctron Betty MQCan How would you lrke to take a nrce lonq walk? I Copher Oh ld love to Betty lVfCCan Well dont let me detarn you O D HINSHAWS Nlas Your Future Be Happw and Plosperous DRUC' S Prrnt Wall Paper GLADYS L SLAUTER Three Prescrrptron Phurmacrsts QUALITY JEWELRY Phone 88 Elwood Indrana 117 South Anderson Street Complrments of ROYAL GARMENT CLEANERS TOM MILLER PWD VICTORY SERVICE SHOP 308 South Anderson Straet SHINE HATS PRESSING SHOE REPAIRING South Anderson Strpet HAROLD BRUNNEMER Mgr Phone 895 Elwood Indrana Phone 13 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . 1 . . , . 1 . a H Y I l A ' H , . J 2 - ' v , , . ., L , - 123 ' 'E a - r ' HOME IUMBER C0 A Dependable Place To 'Tmde ARTHUR E DELL M r Pham 152 Elwood Iuclal CUNGRATLLATIONIS AIND QUCCESS T0 THE 1 C PENNY Co nc L L Squier xlgl CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE Ccpd Goods at Rlght Pupes A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE FIRM GRINNELLS C1t1es SCFVICC Stauon Oncp Always Colngr North B and Andelson lvlary swallowed her llltle watch Now the watch ls cone Mary walks across tr e Slreel Flrsl Anqel How d you qel here Second Angel Flu Tunes marches on' M Durrn ana B Danner had been Sllllflq ln the swlnq 1n the H100l'll1Ql'l clone No word broke the sllence lor half an hour unhl she sald Suppose you had money wlaal would you do? ld travel was hls reply had gone ln lls hand lay a mckel l , A . li 1 - - ff l A - ' V x ' A l W X 1 " . il' lil . l l J..lm,-- l,,. E ,WW - d A .wx .,!,.-,a:L E R V , v A v ly , E 1 CLASS or 1942 li " ' ' J I . ,K 1 , , 1 ' ' ' ' ' l l l-le lell her warm younq hand slide into his. Wl'1en he looked up she ORDER COHQI atulatrons Senror CORN TOP MORRIS HOLSUM BREAD 5C ind 100 to S1 Store FROWI YOUR GROCER DIETZENS BAKERY Grim Auxtm Mgl A Inan In an Insane asylum Sat frshrnq over a flower loed A vrsrtor wrshrna to he trrendly walked up and Satd How rnany have you Caught today? Youre the nrnth replred tfre nut A httle nonsense Now and then ls relrsheo by MISS Benedrot after arvrnq Sorn Suqqesuons on wt at to draw was laced wrth the questron l A Havens But l Cant draw any ot tI Se thrnqs M155 Benedtot 'Vlfhat can you draw flIeS7 lNhat ever trouble Adarn had No rnan In days o yore Could Say when he told a Joke lve heard that on before TRY OUR HAMBURGERS Thev are good because thev are of Photography different LEWELLYN STUDIO Also Short Orders TONY LWEUAN WILLIAMS SANDWICH SHOP 1037 So A Street Photogr apher ' ' , ' S! OR C . 7 , I, I . The wisest men. I .A . . 9 .I 1 , , : LO . : ' , ' . - I I e . 1 7 ,fffff M QQSQS 5: 1.7! K--. eww I Donaldson CJust learnmq to dr1veD But Daddy why doesnt that tram stop I honked my horn A lady came mto the pohce stat1on sohhmq My husband has d1sap peared here s lns plcture wlll you fmd lllfli? The pohce serqeant looked at the totcture then sa1d Wluy? MISS Allen Dont splt on the tloor B Strader Whats the matter does tt leak? WISG Hey Ernle that ladder lS llDS1ClQ down Relchart l know 1t l put tt that way so ld l nearer the bottom ll l tall " D McCullough "What does stalorhze mean?" B McGraw "l dont know but 1t has somethma to do wtth horses " A medlcal authortty says that when the eyes are Closed, the heartna ts more acute That explams then, why so many qo to sleep tn school They want to hear everythrnq "Y ,iw 1,64 I+ ,ah , -,ag 1142 ,l ,I U .Q 4 , .1 tt 'Q "-ff,-aufg -sf "ts, '-,Za 4,-,au w ,.".i1'5.- 55,4 ft. 'M tj., , , M., 1.3 fp 3, ...:- l vw. Q, ,. V ' 1' I 1a,' 1 Q 'V ' ,,,..,S - V,,, - 4. f. I - 1 - 4, ,, Q , A ,, . V s , ,.., ' I. ,I wx Q ,. . ' nl- '... lx! 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SON BLUE ROOM For Dalrw Products Call Hour Grocer or Phone 1144 W REXALL DRUG STORES SERVICE IS ou: POLICY Thank you So much Sard a young lady o lohn Cnampron as he qav her a Seat for a pep sessron That was very Consrderate of you Oh not at all not at all protested Iohn I know Sorre poyS I 'ho que the1r Seats up only to pretty qrrls but looks dont make ony dlherevtce to me RED CAB QUALITY FURNITURE all BUS STATION PERKINS RHODES FURNITURE CO Phone 37 1529 S0 A ' ' 'v a of , ,,- 7 , v I L - X 202 ' 8 ' ' " ,. I ., ' I I ,I .1 f REC . 'Z ' . f er ' ee 1' e it mo' ' A .. up N, - rt I I I I , 66 A , aa ' ' j ' ' '1 Rn: tl Y YY , t . . . e . I ,W , , , . I IN . .,., , f I l , -I . . 151561 Zwzfffzly, LAVERGNEI LOUNSBURY DIRECTOR A 7 P wuqr fuer Toly Le C 11 Q 'C P ll B L I C AT I U N L-eczflei E11-gmvxzmq und Prmtizzq Llclzzpmmy cpl - Q 1 ' wglly, w'L, vk'VL 4, Hflm- 1 "J av ,,,,g 4- .h J . M . 4 , . Y s 'T ir x sl K, 'z Y x m , e f , X , N "T N i 8 .. 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