Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

 - Class of 1939

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U Quality Repair Shop Shoe and Harness Shoes repaired for the Whole family. Reasonable prices. Harness, Collars, Strap Work in stock. W. A. DYKE, Prop. 155 So. Main Nappanee, Ind. Shell Service Station Goodyear Tires Market 81: Clark Phone 318 JOE KAUFMAN SHIVELY'S Hardware - Dry Goods - Furniture NAPPANEE'S DEPARTMENT STORE Let us supply your needs. inininininnunnnmnnmnunnunnnnnnunnu Compliments of FAIRY THEATER W. C. KoHLHoRs'r, Prop. KROGER STORE Cou1'tesy - Quality - Service FLOYD KAUFFMAN, Mgr. See Jesse T. Mitchell 208 East Market St. Phone 290, Nappanee, Indiana For All Kinds of Insurance, Loans, Real Estate, Notary Service. Also representing an excellent automobile financing corporation. Mortgage Exemptions and Income Tax Reports filed. nunnmnunnuuu .1ininnunmmnumnuu nuum Mast Auto Wrecking General Repairing Service Glass Replaced Gas - PHILLIPS 66 - Oils Phone L361 N appanee Indiana nunnmuununmm nnnumnnnnn Stauffer Grain Co. Quality Coal - Grain Feed - Custom Grinding El .............Ey THE NAPANET 1939 NINETY-SIX The Boston Store, Inc. Ready-to-Wear - Dry Goods Shoes - Men's 81 Boy's Furnishings Most Complete Stock in City Main Street Phone 461 ummnmnmm unnnlnnnunnunnnnnnnnnnmnumnnmm-1 271,g Refxaiwu .fron Parker Pens Whitman's Choco-lat-es Eastman Kodaks Toilet Articles Wall Paper DUNHAM 81 LOVE Phone 45 Compliments of Chevrolet Garage Frank Reed Willard Reed SYLER 6? SYLER Home of SURE WAY Brands Feed and Seeds 'NTINETY SEVEN Compliments of LeFevre Electric Shop Nappanee's Exclusive Electric Store WESTINGHOUSE D I S T R I B U T 0 R PHONE 59 Contracting - Repairing - Appliances The Quality Print Shop -.- "Where Good Printing is Done" 151 South Main NAPPANEE, INDIANA FRANK A. REHRER, Prop. Compliments of Ren Sandwich Shop C. C. RENSBERGER I Compliments of GAMBILE ST CRES THE NAPANET 1939 1: Campliments Uf Mutschler Brothers Company Nappanee, Indiana THE NAPANET 1939 C0lllPI1.lllL'llfI Of E. V. 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ROOSE Principal Mathematics Goshen College Manchester College Indiana University A. B.. M. S. CLARENCE J. HOLAWAY History, Latin, Mathematics Indiana University NVinona Summer School Goshen College A. B. CLARENCE E. ROBBINS Industrial' Arts, Mathematics Depauw University A. B. HERMAN E. SCHULER Coach, Health, Physical Education, Mathematics Indiana University LL. B., A. B. Columbia University lvl. A. HOMER FOULKE Science Indiana State Teachers College Ph. B. Indiana University M. S. Chicago University Vifashington State University LAWRENCE WHITE History Manchester College A. B. Ball State Teachers College Indiana University M. S. THE NAPANET 1939 EIGHT FACULTY MILDRED SHIVELY English, History Manchester College A. B. Northwestern University Indiana. University FERNE LANTZ Music Goshen College Chicago Art Institute Arthur Jordan Conservatory Butler University H. M. HARVEY POSTMA Commercial XVinona Summer School Indiana U. Biological Station Goshen College A. B. Manchester College CHARLES BYERS Vocational Agriculture, Biology Purdue University Purdue School of Agriculture IE. S. MRS. ARNDT Substitute Commercial IRMA BLANK Vocational Home Economics, English Indiana University A. B. Butler College Ball State Teachers College 11 NINE ESTHER HOOVER English, Physical Education Indiana. University A. B. University of California L. A. Ball State Teachers College MARY KIVETT Art, English Indiana State Teachers Colle WAYNE BEST History, Social Science Manchester College A, B. HENRY BUSCHE English, Band Indiana Central College A. B MARY OSBORNE Clerk CATHERINE WATTERS English, Public Speaking Indiana. University A. B. Manchester Summer School THE NAPANET 1939 ge B.S . Sunlit Nappanee Where fair gilded planes are gliding Through the peaceful asure sky And the autos' dashing brightness Like the lightning passes byg At the crossing of the highways Where the Wildwood used to he, Spreads the thriving little city, Pleasant, friendly Nappanee. Where the mansion and the cottage Nestle in the n1aple's shade, Where neat factories are humming And live merchants ply their trade, Where the folks all speak uCood morningli' If in friendly mood they be, While an air of peace is reigning Over sunlit Nappanee. Where the sun is ever shining- lf no shadow shades the place, And each soul you meet is smiling- When a smile is on their faceg At the crossing of the highways Where the Wildwood used Io be, Pleasant, friendly, growing city, Cheery sunlit Nappanee. - Leander Hershberger THE NAPA NET 1939 TEN CLASSES I L 4' fl l li W u f N Q 'if -1 L'w x Lk GERALD BANGHART HI think I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree.'7 DALE BERGER Mlf country life he healthful to the body, it is no less so to the mindf' GEORGE BOCK HHe is wise who knows himselffl HOWARD BURKHOLDER Hldandsome is as handsome does." ROBERT CLARK HBefore man made us citizens great Nature made us men." SENIORS 1939 MARY BALL 'aAlways last -- never least." RUBY CALBECK wllo a young heart everything is fun." LOIS CONRAD HNothing rarer than real good- ness." ANNA CULP "I have a heart with room for every joyf, ISABEL DOERING 6'Good humor makes all things tolerable." THE NAPANET 1939 TWELVE KENNETH COPSEY "Faint hearts ne'er won fair ladyf, MAX DEBOW 'The unspoken word never does harm.'7 JUNIOR DUMPH 4'From little sparks may burst a mighty flame." CARLYLE FREDERICK uG0d made him, therefore let him pass for a man." EVERETT GOU LD 'clf you are not a thinking man, to what purpose are you a man at all?" SENIORS 1939 THIRTEEN HELEN FURNEY 6'Better late than never THELMA HAHN 6'Man words hurt, more than Y swords." HELEN HAMMAN HPoliteness goes far, yet costs nothing." ELVA HAN EY 'flood fortune comes to him who makes her welcomef' DORCAS HOKE 6'The art of walking is at once suggestive of the dignity of womanf, THE NAPANET 1939 ,lti.. ,l. - JAMES GREENE '6The freer you feel yourself in the presence of others, the more free is he." RALPH GREENE "It is better to wear out than rust out." DON IVAN HALL to "Be wise worldly, but not world- ly wise." FREDERICK JENSEN 4'Men tire themselves in pursuit of restf' RALPH JERLES als there a heart that music can not melt?" SENIORS 1939 DOROTHY HOOVER 'cwoman is only miserable so far as she thinks herself so.'7 ELNER HOCHSTETTLER 'There is not so variable a thing in nature as a lady's head dress." DORA LIN N CC Do not allow grass to grow on the road of friendshipf' GWENDOLYN MCCORMICK '6Our character is our willg for what we will we are." DOROTHY METZLER c'Dress does not give knowledge." THE NAPANET 1939 FOURTEEN TILSON KING MBashfulness is an ornament to youth, but a reproach to old age." JOHN LYNCH "Wit is the salt of conversation, not the food." JOHN MALCOLM HA gentleman makes no noisef' ROBERT MALCOLM '4His conversation does not show the minute handg but he strikes the hour very correctly." PAUL MELLINCER HDoubt whom you will, but never yourself." SENIORS 1939 FIFTEEN ERMA MILLER 'ITO friendship every burden,s light." CATHARINE MISHLER "If you would be loved, love and be lovablef, MARGARET MOUNTJOY HA friend to everybody." CATHERINE MULLETT HTo know how to hide one ability is great skillf' IV ADELLE PLETCHER uNext to love, sympathy is the divinest passion of the heart." THE NAPANET 1939 C-. N 4 1 Uv .4. ' f ,rzj .. H ,, . 5 P , .-Q If 4 1ZQ..1'.. L- Ca.-I , J .r '-,HA -' I 5 ' ' -1 ' .' , 'A .-,,.., ,?,5Iffjj2,?3v., 'X .. I... r E, H -, -, . ,. - ,,. WI., ,Z .5 iq 4. ., Y K Me -:fu ', ,,f-gA' f. I.. , " '-,gil ' uw , L., gi' . 3-I it - 'ukfg f,', .1 , I - ' M' -:Af 'K.:J, ,.',,S'1x I- W , . , ,,A -. Lv gy: -- .. - f -' A :l.',V1, Sri' 'f' ' ' '21 '. A 2. .fu . . -A 3.1515e- M, - . Q., -,:,gg,5W. ,JD . - N1 xg, Q: 'QM 1 New if 1' .f':sf1 ., ' . :MI L . ' 4193? Gdiizief-Em i P?-ex WZ 'f ' " - --fE1,,,'.I-'g"- '-f ' ,, ,. - .D ,, !1...8.'- NL' A 43 Q '?'- whvigxhg, .riwfwzh 1- . .,.. .. . 1 5251, ,gp , - . 4 N. -v - w ,, ., I., 23. '-:-Y ., W -,, .-Ku. . . M K up V -i" ' ':-15120 ,511 :,5Q'r'1:f. , fgwg . . .45 ' -J'.,'i,V1','7.N1 ' V. qi, , -,a-Ygflt-273 ++U1ge',Y3f,-N , . Qin- -,. 4171, W nziykf -iff' '?"f55f ' Q -,l.1 . ,. MARVIN MILLER HHe is rich who is contented." GEORGE PRICE 'GThe night shows stars and women in a better lightf, ROBERT RENSBERGER 'cMen are but children of a larger growthf, WADE RICHMOND 'That which is everybody's busi- ness is my business." ARTHUR SHARP Wlwhe surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." SENIORS 1939 EVELYN ROOSE 6'Nothing is more silly than the pleasure some people take in speaking their mindsf' ROSEMARY ROOSE '6What ever is worth doing at all is worth doing well." INA MARIE SHAFFER "The maiden hath no tongue- but thoughtf' MARILYN SLAGLE LIDO you know a young and pretty woman who is not ready to flirt- just a little?" VIRGINIA SNIDER "Speech is great, but silence is greater." MLRIAM STAHLY HI consider it the best part of an education to have been born and brought up in the country." THE NAPANET 1939 SIXTEEN C-LEN STILLSON "Oh, rare the headpiece, if but brains were theref, JEAN STRAUSS "A blushing beauty of a modest maid." MARTHA WACNER HFaith in friendship is the noblest part." PAUL WELDY G'Speech is the index of the mind." RAYMOND WISE "Man was born for two things - thinking and actingf' MAUREEN WISEMAN ul might be better if l would, but itls so lonesome being goodf, SENIORS 1939 PRESIDENT ...........,... t .................. . ........... Ralph Greene VICE PRESIDENT ................. ........... H elen Hamman SECRETARY - TREASURER ...................... Catherine Mullett MOTTO ................ "lf you can not ind a 'way make onef, COLORS ....... ........... .................. B l ue and Silver FLOWER .......... ...................... P ink Carnation SPONSORS .............. .......... Mr. Roose and Mr. .Abell Educational Team littery As lt Enters Scholastic Finals Seventy-eight jittery 'gfroshn took the floor at ole Nappanee High, September 3, 1935, as J. A. Abell blew the whistle to start the game of edu- cational accomplishment for berths on the '39 graduation squad. Just after the tip-off, it was announced that Carlyle Frederick had been appointed cap- tain for theifirst quarter. He was aided by Ruby Calbeck, with Catherine Mullett keeper of the financial score. From the coaching faculty, Harvey THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTEEN - A - I f -1 EDUCATIONAL TEAM JITTERY AS IT ENTERS SCHOLASTIC FINALS fContinuedj Postma and Esther Hoover were chosen as referees, while spots on the Stu- dent Council were given to Cwendolyn McCormick and Tilson King. The first and only utime outn of the quarter was called for November when the team met uflard Bumps" at the Stuckman roller rink. At 8-31736 the whistle again called uthe teamw back on the floor for the second quarter, after a much-too-short rest period and vacation. We were led by Glen Stillson as captain, and he had as his assistant, Arthur Sharp. Catherine Mullett maintained her position as financial score-keeper. A substitution in referees was made with Mr. Foulke, assisted by Miss Hoover. Tilson King and Carlyle Moore were field generals as members of the S. C. We again called for only one utime outn for February with a skat- ing party. Most of the team took advantage of it too, as it was badly wanted and needed. This quarter passed almost before we realized it. 9-l3-'37 found sixty of us out on the floor for our third quarter for more battle. With the leadership of Arthur Sharp and Gwendolyn McCor- mick and Catherine Mullett in her same position, we felt pretty 'Gcock-sure" we were coming along 0. K. Miss Blank and Mr. Byers were substituted for Mr. Foulke and Miss Hoover, and the S. C. boasted of four members instead of two, namely: John Lynch, Helen Hamman, Junior Dumph and Donivan Hall. Our splendid record of limited utime outs', Went unbroken, as again we took one for a weiner roast at Ceyer's Dam, October l5. Oh, yes four apologiesj there was a second 'ftime out,', and an important one too. It was taken for the Junior-Senior Reception. But time passes, and for the last time we were beckoned out on the floor. This was the all-important and final quarter. Could we make it? Would we win? At first the game seemed like a cinch for the fifty-seven of us, but it didn't take us long to realize we had our biggest battle ahead. Every minute counted to the final gong. We were led out on the playing Hoor by Ralph Greene and Helen Hamman. One glance to the other side told us Catherine Mullett was still our financial score-keeper. We were given the best of coaches in the selection of J. A. Abell and Galen Roose. Our side line boosters were the same as for the previous quarter with the addition of Rosemary Roose and Martha Wagner. Team cooperation and untiring effort brought us our reward when at last the 'Ggun went ohm and we walked off the floor - tired, but victorious and happy, cheered as the team that had won the game. After the game we were given a rare treat by the second team at the Junior-Senior Reception. It was nice being the honored guests. But that wasn't the last of it. Commencement found us receiving those white rolls of paper tied up in ribbon, which is proof to us and the world forever and ever that we were victorious in '39. Catherine Mullett. THE NAPANET 1939 EIGHTEEN Gerald Banghart Baseball 3, 4: Tinnis 2, lg Basketball 2. Cl. t: Fi-Kem 4: "Clarence" 4: Noon Basketball 1: Business Manager 4: "Christmas in the Counting House" 4: Track 2. Dale Berger Future Farmers 1, 2, 21, lg Noon Basketball 3. 4: Inter Class Basketball Tourney 4: Sec. Future Farmers 4: 4-H 1, 2 3, 4: County Corn Husking Contest winner 4: County .Iudging Tc-am31,42, 3, 4: Future I-'armers' Basketball 1, -, , - George Bock Fi-Kem 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, il: Hi-Y Treasurer -I: Reception Committee 3: "Clarence" 4: "Christmas in the Countinxr House" 4: Yoon Basketball 2, 4: Basketball 3: Basketball Mgr. 4: Inter Class Tourney il: Baseball 2, 22, 4. Howard Burhholder Fi-Kem 4: Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Farmers 1, 3, 4: President of Fixture Farm- ers 4: Sec, Future Farmers 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: "Clarence" 4. Robert Clark Track 1, 2: Noon Basketball 2, Il, 4: Freshman Basketball Team 1: Hi-Y 2, 3 4: Hi-Y Ser- geant at Arms 3, 4: Fi-Kem 4: Inter Class Tourney 4. Mary Kathryn Ball Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Song Leader of F. H. M. 3, 4: Girl Re- serves 2: Band 3, 4. Ruby Calbeck Class Vice President 1: Girl Reserves 2, 33. 4: Junior Girl Reserves 1: Girls' Athletics 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: "Bashful Bobby" Il: Debate 3: Librarian 4: Glee Club 2: Faculty Secre- tary 4: Snap Shot Editor 4. 'Lois Conrad Girls' Athletics 1, 2: .Ir. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Napanet Staff 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Librarian 3: Cloakroom Moni- tor 2. Anna Culp Future Home Makers 2. 3, 4: Debate Team 3: Glee Club 3: "Clarence" 4. Isabel Doering .Tr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2. 3. 4: Future Home Makers 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Kenneth Copsey Hi-Y 3, 4: Baseball 3: Reception Committee 3: Noon Basketball 4: Lost and Found 4: Inter Class Tourney 4, Max DeBow Sanitation Monitor 3, 4 junior Durnph Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Tennis 2: Fi-Kem 4: Student Council 3. 4: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: "Bashful Bobby" 3: Junior High Basket- ball Mgr. 1, 2. Carlyle Frederick Class President 1: "Clarence" 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Fi-Kem 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boy's Quar- tette 2: Octette 4. NINETEEN Senior Activities Everelt Could Assistant liditor. Napanet 4: Honor Sm-ii-ty 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Corres. and Reporter Hi-Y 3: Vice President of Hi-Y 4: Fi-Kem Il, 4: Re- porter Fi-Kem 4: Inter Class Tourney -1: Rif- ception Committee 25: Noon Basketball 1, 2, SC, 4: Stage helper for "Clarence" 4: Faculty Secretary 4. Helen Furney The Future Home Maki-rs 2, 3, -1: Glei- Club 1, 2, T I 3. 4: Girl Ri-serves 1, L: Band L, Il. -l. lma Hahn Girls' Athletics 1, 2, 3: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, l: Glee- Club 1, 2, 3, 4: "Clarence" 4: Class Basketball Team 2, Il, li Cloak Room Monitor Il: Ri-ci-ption Committee 3: Faculty Secretary 4: Debate 3. Helen Hamman Girl Reserves 2: Girls' Athletics 1: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Student Council 3, 4: Vice Presi- dent Student Council 4: Honor Society 4: Reception Committee 3: Annual Start 4: lli- brarian 1, 4: Class Vice President 4: Faculty Secretary 4. Elva Haney Jr, Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, fl: Future Home Maki-rs 2, Il, 4: Girls' Athletics 2, 3: Faculty Secretary 4. Dorcas Holre Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Glec Club 4. James Greene Track 1. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball il, 4: Noon Basketball 1: Stage Helper "Clar- ence" 4. Ralph Greene Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Class Presi- dent 4: Social Chairman Hi-Y 3, 4: "Clarence" Advertising' Manager 4: Facility Secretary -l. Doniivan Hall F re Honor Society 4: Editor-in-chief 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: President Hi-Y 4: Fi-Kem 3, 4: Reporter Fi-Kem 3: Vice President Fi-Kem 4: Studi.-nt Council 3, 4: President Student Council 4: Reception Committee - Chairman 3: Noon Basketball 1, 2. derick Jensen Fi-Kem 4: Craftsman Club 2: Future Farmers 2: Vo-Ag 2, Patrol Supervisor 3: Noon Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. Ralph ferles Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Fi-Kem 3, 4: Facility Secretary 4: Hi-Y Secretary 4: Fi-Kem Secretary 4: "Clarence" - Music 4: Ar-companist for band soloists 2, 3, 4: Soloist 3, 4. Dorothy Hoover Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Jr, Girl Reserves 1: Girls' Athletics 1, 2: Faculty Secretary 4: "Bashful Bobby" - Make-up- manager 3: "Clarence" -Make-up manager 4: Reception Committee 3: Noon Basketball 1, 2. Elner H ochstettler Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Sec. Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2. 3: Girls' Athletics 2, 3, 4: Sec, Girls' Athletics 2, 3, 4: Faculty Secre- tary 4. Dora Linn Future Home Makers 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Girl Re- serves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ath- letics 2, 3, 4. THE NAPANET 1939 Senior Activities Gwendolyn McCormick Honor Society 3, 4: Art Editor of Napanet 4: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 42 Girl Reserves Vice Pres. 3: Girl Reserves Pres. 4: Librarian 3. l: Faculty Secretary 4: Student Council 1: "Clarence" - Stage Helper 4: Solo Accompanist 4: Reception Commit- tee 3. Dorothy Metzler Girl Reserves 2, 3, -l: Future Home Makers 1. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2. Tilson King Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4: Baseball 4: Track 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Student Council 1, 2. John Lynch, fr. Student Council -I: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 4. John Malcolm, Future Farmers 1, 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 4. Robert Malcolm Future Farmers 1 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 2, 3. 4: I-Ii-Y 4: Inter Class Tourney 4: Treas- urer Future Farmers 4: 4-H 2, 3, 4: Future Farmers' Achievement sweater 4: Muck Cron Judging Team 4: County .Judging l, 2. 3, 4: Local Husking Contest 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Farmers' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Paul Mellinger Future Farmers 2, 3, 4, Erma Miller Girl Reserves 4: 4-H 1, 2, 3. - 1Vakarusa: Stu- dent Council 2, 3, - Vvakarusa. Catharine M ishler Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletics 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1. 3, 4. Margaret Mountjoy Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: So- cial Chairman Girl Reserves 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Octette 4: Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Band President 4: Joke Editor 4: Vice President of Glee Club 3: "Clarence" - General Manager 4: Student Conductor 4. Catherine Mullett Girls' Athletics 1: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Vice President Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2: Secretary-Treasurer of Class 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Secretary- Treasurer of Honor Society 4: Faculty Secre- tary 4: Class Historian 4: Reception Commit- tee 3: Band Solo Accompanist 2, 3: Band 1, Ivadelle Pletcher Band 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Cloak Room Monitor 4. Marvin Miller Fi-Kem 3, 4: Noon Basketball 4: Sports Edi- tor of Napanet 4. George Price Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2: Track 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Craftsman Club 2: Fi-Kem 4: "Clarence" - Electrical Engineer 4. Robert Rensberger Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 4. THE NAPANET 1939 Wade Richmond Noon Basketball 1, 2, 4: Basketball 3: Fi-Kem 4: Librarian 1, 2. 3: Reception Committee 3: Stalt 4: Track 1, 2: Inter Class Tourney 4: "Clarence" - Prompter 4. Arthur Sharp Class Vice President 2: Class President 3: Fi- Kem 3, 4: President of Fi-Kem 4: Glee Club 3, 4: High School Octette 4: "Clarence" 42 Honor Society 4: Assistant Business Manager Napanet 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3. Bas- ketball Statistician 4, Evelyn Roose Band 2, 3, 4: Band Secretary 4: Faculty Sec- retary 4: Sr. Girl Reserves 2, 4: Jr. Girl Re- serves 1: Glee Club 4: Class Basketball Team 2, 3, 4: Saxophone Quartet 3, 4. Rosemary Roose Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Octette 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Pres. Honor Society 4: "Clarence" 4: Band Solo Accompanist 2. 3. 4: Soloist 3, 4: Vice Pres. Girl Reserves 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Reception Committee 3: Calendar' Editor 4. Ina Marie Shaffer Girl Reserves 3, Xvakarusa: Girl Reserves 4, Nappanee: 4-H 1, 2, Vvakarusa: Attendance Monitor 4. Marilyn Slagle Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: Girls' Athletics 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Saxophone Quartet 3, 4: W'oodwind Quartet 3: "Bashful Bobby" 3: Snapshot Editor 4: Class VVill 4: Class Basketball Team 2, 3, 4. Virginia Snider Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Reserves 2. Miriam Stahly Glee Club 4: Jr. Girl Reserves 1: Girl Rc- serves 2, 3, 4: "Bashful Bobby" 3. Glen Stillson Class President 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 4: Track 3: Tennis 4. fean Strauss Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Vice President Future Home Makers -l: Faculty Secretary 4: Cloakroorn Monitor 3. Martha Wagner Girls' Athletics 1, 2, 3. 4: Vice President of G. A. A. 2: President of G. A. X. 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4: Sec. of Student Council 4: Honor Society 4: Glee Club 3: Reception Committee 3: "Clarence" 4. Paul Weldy Hi-Y 3. 4: Fi-Kem 4: Baseball 4: Honor So- ciety 4: Cloak Room Monitor 3: Noon Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. 4. Raymond Wise Basketball 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 1. Maureen Wiseman Girls' Athletics 1, 2, fl, 4: Class Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 4: Jr. Girl Re- serves' 1: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Faculty Sec- retary 4: Yell Leader 4: "Bashful Bobby" - Prompter 3. TWENTY Diploma Hour The graduating class of l939 numbers fifty-seven. There are twenty- eight boys and twenty-nine girls. N. H. S. has graduated two larger classes and two the same size as the class of 1939. During the past sixteen years, including the present class, 368 boys and 389 girls have graduated from N. H. S. The Valedictorian has been a girl twelve times. The Salutatorian has been a girl ten times. Are girls brighter than boys, or do they work harder? Birthdays. Every month of the year has one or more birthdays. How- ever, only one student celebrates in June, and one in September. March, with eleven birthdays, and July, with nine, are most popular. There are six birthdays in August, six in November and six in December. This class is blest with a large group of twins as follows: Gwendolyn McCormick and Paul Weldyg Helen Hamman and Dorcas Hoke, Ruby Calbeck and Virginia Snider, Everett Gould and Dorothy Hooverg Thelma Hahn and Frederick Jensen, and Howard Rurkholder and Catharine Mishler. A very outstand- ing fact is that six of these graduates were born between March 3 and March 8, 1921. What a wonderful opportunity for a joint birthday celebration! One student celebrates on St. Valentine's Day and one celebrates on Christ- mas. The oldest member of the class is a boy. Due to grouping students in the rural schools, a few complete their work in eleven years. The babies of the class are Jean Strauss and Elva Haney. Jean, the youngest, is l7 years, 3 months, and l0 days old today. The The The The average average average average age age age age of the boys of the girls of the boys of the girls is l8 years, 2 months, 3.68 days. is l7 years, ll months, 27.72 days. is 9.16 days less than last year. is l month and .3 days less than last year. The boys of the present class are younger than eight of the past fifteen classes and older than seven. The girls of the present class are younger than nine of the past fifteen classes and older than six. The attendance of the class has been very good. lt is better than any class since l93l. The ,average attendance for this class is 980229. The girls missed an average of 3.235 days each year, while the boys missed 3.6 days each year. A total of 779 days had been missed up to April 17 - 403.83 by the boys and 375.17 by the girls. Those who have missed five days or less during the four years are as follows: Evelyn Roose and Martha Wagner perfect attendance, Robert Clark, Anna Culp, and Arthur Sharp day absence, Dorcas Hoke l day, Ralph Greene, and George Price 2 daysg Gwendolyn McCormick 293 days, Helen Furney 2 516 days, Everett Gould 3 days, Junior Dumph gyl days, Paul Weldy 4 lf6 daysg George Bock, Kenneth Copsey, Lois Conrad, Rosemary Roose, and lna Marie Shaffer 5 days peach. Of the 57 graduates, three entered Nappanee Schools in 1926, thirty-two in 1927, ten ibetween the second and eighth year of school, and twelve entered High School either as Freshmen or later. Of these twelve, eleven entered from the rural schools of the surrounding townships. Eighty-six children entered Nappanee first grade in 1927. Of the eighty-six, thirty-two are on the platform tonight, twenty-eight have moved away, twenty had dropped out of school, and six are still in school. Of the twenty who drop- ped out, ten quit before reaching high school. Thirteen of these graduates are classed as rural and forty-four live in Nappanee. J. A. Abell, Superintendent. THE NAPANET 1939 TWENTY ONE I The Prophesier g APRIL ig, g1950 Society Elner Hochstettler, the well known socialite who made her debut last spring, is launching a ship owned by Malcolm 8: Malcolm, lnc. 4' S1 :iz 'I' I I Margaret Mountjoy and her most fa- mous orchestra, the Musical Merry Makers, will play as one of the outstand- ing features on the opening night at the Nappanee Community Ball Room man- aged by Everett Could. Evelyn Roose won first prize for relat- ing the most interesting piece of gossip when the Rid Lo Bridge Club met on Tuesday evening. :iz 2: :iz Ralph Jerles has just released his lat- est composition entitled "To My Lovef' tWhich one?j 4. 4, .g, ,,. .P .,. Carlyle Frederick, the Professor of Mathematics and the higher sciences, has resigned his position to accept a movie contract. :ta X 11: Wanted. Awife. Wade Richmond. :ic :tc :tc Wanted. Positions as waitresses. Call or see Miriam Stahly and Elva Haney. :Ez :k ztz Lost or Strayed. An airplane containing among other miscellaneous articles, the stewardess- Catharine Mishler, a nurse- Ruby Cal- beck attending Thelma Hahn, who re- cently suffered a nervous breakdown, two famous playboys - Glen M2 date" Stillson and Robert "Taylor" Rensberger, en- route to New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Muffley, who are on their honey- moon. Mrs. Muffley was the former Ivadelle Pletcher. The plane was piloted THE NAPANET 1939 EDITORS - G. B., L. C., AND H. H. by that daring, young, and handsome Donivan Hall. He was assisted by Rob- ert Clark, the groundsman, who must have strayed aboard. -lf -If wif .,. .,. .,. Tilson King and John Lynch have ac- complished heroic work by running down salmon trap runners off the shore of Up- per Sandusky in Alaska. 4: Max DeBow, janitor of dear old N. H. S., has Hnally persuaded the faculty to install a new heating system. 2432? Howard Rurkholder and Wade Rich- mond are the contractors for the new Slumber lnn Hotel, which is to be built soon. :tc :iz :g lna Marie Shaffer and Erma Miller have donated a generous sum of money to Wakarusa to use for the transportation of pupils to W. H. S. Dale Berger has just finished writing his latest book on "How to be a Cham- pion Corn Husker." .., .-. .v, 4' 4' 4' Ladies Beware! I Lochinvar Richmond is on the loose again. 2: -21 rt: Rosemary Roose wwe have heard" is being chased by the most charming boys at lndiana U., where she is studying to be a teacher. Mr. and Mrs. James Greene have moved to themselves after a prolonged visit with Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick. .v. ... 4. 4. .9 .,. Court News The former Catherine Mullett has filed a divorce suit against her husband for making her live in the country. TWENTY-TWO THE PROPHESIER The Misses Anna Culp and Dorcas Hoke have filed suit against Linzinski Zooborffe lnc. for selling them a fraudu- lent gold mine. :Qc :fa :fa Maurine Wiseman, after being a cheer leader for N. H. S., has finally decided to take up the study of dots and dashes, which requires less energy. .u. 4. .g. .F ,,. .,. Dora Linn, a model for the Blue Blatz Dress Shoppe, has sued the Company for making her stay in one position too long. 22: :ta X Sports George Bock, accompanied by his sec- retary Lois Conrad, left for Hollywood today to make a picture "Baseball Play- ervs Follyfi :iz :2: X Martha Wagner, National President of the G. A. A., left for Spain to attend the Olympic Games. 4, 1, J, .,. 3. 4. Frederick Jensen and Marvin Miller have begun their bicycling expedition around the United States. 221 5214 Marilyn Slagle appeared before the Hearts Club and review her latest novel HThe Missing Lipstick." Miss Slagle said she owes her fame f??j to the hours she spent writing notes during her high school career. Kenneth Copsey has accepted a posi- tion as an oilworker in the Paul Weldy Oil Plant, which is operated by Junior Dumph. 2? 2212? Found. Two sheepherders cutting wood in Australia, namely, Gerald TWENTY-THREE "Trees77 Banghart and George "Play- boy" Price. Adfvertisements The Curl Hi Curl Lo Beauty Shoppe, owned and operated by Helen Furney, Mary Kathryn Ball and Dorothy Metzler, is having a special this week on anything and everything. .g, 4. .-. .,, ,,. .5 Raymond Wise and Paul Mellinger are offering their farms for sale. They will take in exchange a ranch because they have decided to go into the cattle raising industry. :iz 12: :k Arthur Sharp and Helen Hamman are conducting Evangelistic meetings at the First Brethren Church at Galveston, Texas. :s 2:1 Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greene and fam- ily were week-end guests of Mrs. Greene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover. 9623 51 Wanted To rent furnished apartments. Would like to move in anytime after May 24-. Gall or see Virginia Snider or Isabel Doering. 41-1 Weather Forecast The April showers which bring the May Howers are predicted for Friday to be followed by Saturday. 213221 Jean Strauss, the second feminine secretary of Labor, gave a talk on "How to Blush," to the Future Home Makers at Nappanee High School last Tuesday. THE NAPANET 1939 Ciass Will 1939 KATHRYN BALL, will my drug-store complexion to Charlotte Lamb. GERALD BANGHART, will my de- sire to become a tree surgeon to "Cut" McCuen, hoping he will protect the finer shade trees as I have done. DALE BERGER, will my bashfulness around girls to Charles Fletcher, Jr. GEORGE BOCK, will my position as trainer on the basketball team to Carlyle Moore, hoping he can make the boys break less rules. HOWARD BURKHOLDER, will my good looks to LaMar Stouder, to lure the girls. RUBY CALBECK, will my position of tympani player to Jo Mullett, pro- viding she doesn't get the swell head over it. ROBERT CLARK, will my quietness in class to Dave Coppes. LOIS CONRAD, will my desire to go with the basketball boys to Velma Dumph. KENNETH COPSEY, will my pair of Clark Gable specials to Delbert Mel- linger. ANNA CULP, will my slow motion walk to Helen King, in case her limbs refuse to function. MAX DEBOW, will my desire to cause excitement, to Dave Stalnaker to be used in case of emergency. ISABEL DOERING, will my red locks to Queen Esther Huffman to be used to attract next yearis Senior star basketball player. JUNIOR DUMPH, will my position as first chair Peck horn player to any- one who has nerve enough to try to hit the notes I have tried to hit. CARLYLE FREDERICK, will my ability to outblast anyone in Chorus Class to Harold Holaway, in case Miss Lantz calls for a solo. THE NAPANET 1939 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L HELEN FURNEY, will my prompt- ness and my height to Jean Schell. EVERETT GOIILD. will myself to all the girls who want me. JAMES GREENE, will my red trou- sers to Francis Herr, so he will be no- ticed. RALPH GREENE, will my coal black hair to Billy Strauss, in case he de- cides not to use peroxide anymore. THELMA HAHN, will my affections for next year's trainer to any girl who can use them on one boy at a time. DONIVAN HALL, will my love for a certain Purdue Freshman girl to my brother, Devon Hall, so this love will be kept in the family. HELEN HAMMAN, will my feud over a certain Senior boy to Kate Hartter and Phyllis Kurtz, to be used to feud over Fred Fletcher. ELVA HANEY, will my perfect coif' fure to Reatha Dumph. ELNER HOCHSTETTLER, will my ankle-length dresses to Katie Meek, to be worn in 1943. DORCAS HOKE, will my numerous questions asked in class to Betty Cal- lander, to be asked just before a test. DOROTHY HOOVER, will all my troubles and woes to anyone who can talk about them more than I did. FREDERICK JENSEN, will my Hun- dercoverw magazines to Ora Stout to be read in Chemistry class. RALPH JERLES, will my talented fingers to Harold Ingle. TILSON KING, will my eighth grade admirers to the eighth grade boys. DORA LINN, will my "happy-go lucky" attitude to anyone who worries. JOHN LYNCH, will my ability to get away with gum chewing in Public Speaking class to Gordon McCormick. JOHN MALCOLM, will my magic power over girls to John Mullett. TWENTY-TOUR Class Will 1939 ROBERT MALCOLM, will my blond tresses to ,Iames Osborne, to be combed weekly. GWENDOLYN MCCORMICK, will my "basketball playerw boy friend to Louise Geyer to be handled according- ly. PAUL MELLINGER, will my A's in deportment to Jim Miller. DOROTHY METZLER, will my fre- quent trips to Elkhart to the future generation of girls who will run back and forth as I have done. ERMA MILLIIR, will my love for Wakarusa High School to Tom Weg- miller. MARVIN MILLER, will my high grades in Bookkeeping to all the underclassmen who will attempt to struggle through it in future years. CATHARINE MISHLER, will my de- sire to talk, to Max Gwin. MARGARET MOUNTJOY, will my bright and clever sayings to the mouth of the babes. CATHERINE MULLETT, will my ability to be turned around and lean on the desk behind me in Chemistry class to Carolyn Gentzhorn. IVADELLE PLETCHER, will my high heels to Lois Muntz, to be worn to school. GEORGE PRICE, will my position as President of the Leboes to Fred Pletch- er, hoping he will succeed in every de- cision he makes. ROBERT RENSBERGER, will my Sophomore girl friend to all the boys who are fighting for her. WADE RICHMOND, will my dancing ability to Lisle Wade Roose. EVELYN ROOSE, will my ability to crack gum the loudest to Betty Phend, TXVLNTY FIVE hoping she will attempt to outcrack anyone in school. I, ROSEMARY ROOSIQ, will my cle- I I I I I I I I I I I IIILIPC SWCCIIIQSS to NOI'3. NCllf0UI'. , INA MARIE SHAFFER, will my de- sire to skip school to Hod Stump, this desire to be used on Friday afternoons only. , ARTHUR SHARP, will my nickname of "Deacon" to Lamar Weaver, hoping he will be known as "Deacon of the Rexf' , MARILYN SLAGLE, will my posi- tion of snap-shot editor, oboe player, and sax player to Robert Weygand, hoping he can handle them as well as I did without going nuts. , VIRGINIA SNIDER, will my desire to get married to Phyllis Martin. , MIRIAM STAHLY, will my ever faithful glasses to ,lean Oyler so she can look at the boys better. , GLEN STILLSON, will my incapa- bility to work out experiments in Chemistry Class to Bob Stouder. , JEAN STRAUSS, will my brisk and business-like attitude to ,Iohn Rich- mond, to be used around the girls. , MARTHA WAGNER, will my reputa- tion as a basketball star on the Senior Girls' team to ,Ioan Mellinger. , PAUL WELDY, will all my Wakarusa girl friends to Frank Yarian. , RAYMOND WISE, will my curly locks to Harold Copsey. , MAUREEN WISEMAN, will my posi- tion as cheer-leader to Rosemary Maust. 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Y .VMC-"zu .1 ' ,, .. ...4.ffQ'.f wk' 'fix . wp... 1 aff... -x. . : A-f.-'af-ra., 4 - . , ,W- ff ' wt 1 .-14. , .Jul --2 ' 1 - xv. rf Q .QM NAME Mary Kathryn Ball Gerald Banghart Dale Berger George Bock Howard Burkholder Ruby Calbeck Robert Clark Lois Conrad Kenneth Copsey Anna Culp Max DeBow Isabel Doering Junior Dumph Carlyle Frederick Helen Furney Everett Gould James Greene Ralph Greene Thelma Hahn Donivan Hall Helen Hamman Elva Haney Elner Hochstettler Dorcas Hoke Dorothy Hoover Frederick Jensen Ralph Jerles Tilson King Dora Linn John Lynch Gwendolyn McCormick John Malcolm Robert Malcolm Paul Mellinger Dorothy Metzler Erma Miller Marvin Miller Catharine Mishler Margaret Mountjoy Catherine Mullett Ivadelle Pletcher George Price Robert Rensberger Wade Richmond Evelyn Roose Rosemary Roose Ina Marie Shaffer Arthur Sharp Marilyn Slagle Virginia Snider Miriam Stahly Glen Stillson Jean Strauss Martha Wagner Paul Weldy Raymond Wise Maureen Wiseman Senior Characteristics NICK- NAME Kate Bungie Chet H anim: H odie Rube Lanky C oonie Kenny Anfnie H anun ev' I ssie Flossie Curly Butch, E fverett .lint Satcli Th elmie Donnie Helen Eliiie E lnei' Dofrcie Dot Fred J u.n'r Til Dorie Johnny Gwen Johnny Bob Tiibber Dart E Tllllli M arr Kate Peg Kay I vie Pork Rensy Shine E U Rosy Inie Deac M ainy Ginny M iriam Slitz Jeannie Wag Weldy Rimlzole Rene NOTED FOR Coming late to school That way with women Avoiding girls Baseball Future Farmers Johnny Minding his own business Everyone's secretary Being quiet Orator Washing blackboards Bremen Fort Wayne Warbling Primping Silent partner Mixing colors in clothes Fallen hard Flirting Purdue? '?? Freshmen? 'Z '? Independence Lost and found dept. Missing school Daily letter to England One man Morse code Ladies' man Robbing the cradle Talking to Corie Hydrogen sulfide A tall dark boy Studying Platinum blonde hair City bred, country fed Cosmetics Talking about Waky Friendliness Lindy Tomboy INEVITABLE Beauty operator Park Commissioner National Corn Husking Champion Manager of Chicago Cubs Gentleman of the soil Nurse Famous architect President's private secretary World traveler News comme-ntator Janitor Directress of Olympic Games Wholesale Grocer Metropolitan Opera Author of HOW TO GROW TALL Einstein's pupil Proprietor of a Night Club Surgeon 1Quack Doctorj '?'??'?'Z? Owner of a pawn shop Superintendent of Schools Librarian of Congressional Library Lula Belle II Fashion Designer Duchess of York Famous artist President of Western Union Paderewski II Kindergarten teacher Advice to the Lovelorn Justice of Peace Social Welfare worker Agriculture teacher at Purdue Entomologist Farmer Beauty specialist Home Ee. 'teacher Sports Writer of N. Y. Times Housewife Music Maestro Keeping the Senior money Saleswoman Hope Chest Gloria ? ? ? ? ? Picture of innocence Leboe organizer Giggling Teachers' pet Always dependable Philosophies of life Catching the men Reserved manner In a certain Ford Two dates a week Being teased Sports Filibustering Farm talks Mishawaka THE NAPANET 1939 Married bliss Society's No. 1 Playboy Coach of North Western Univ. Minister of Propaganada for Fords Nursemaid Old maid school teacher Dietitian Photographer Aviatrix Wedding bells Milliner Cake sampler of a bakery Stenographer Professor of Girls' Athletics United States Senator Hayseed Blues Singer TWENTY SIX TWENTY-SEVEN THE NAPANET 1939 The Junior Class PRESIDENT ............. ..,..... D evon Hall VICE PRESIDENT ............. ......K l ack Byers SECRETARY-TREASURER ...... ......,. B etzfy Phencl CLASS FLOWER ..,........... ..,..,. Y ellow Rose CLASS COLORS ............................................................ Blue and Gold CLASS MOTTO ............ "We fight. get beat, and rise and ight againf' SPONSORS ......... ............... ......... M i ss Blank and Mr. Byers HISTORY Another year is drawing to a close, and we, the Class of '40, have covered one more lap of our journey to the coveted goal,-'6Craduation". ln 1936, 79 Freshmen were enrolled in N. H. S. Since that time, 13 have either dropped out or moved away, the present enrollment being 66. During the past two years the following have served as ofiicers: F RESHMEN President ........................................................ Devon Hall Vice President ................................................ Jack Byers Student Council ............ Billie Hare and Howard Miller SOPHOMORE President .I..........., ....................................... D evon Hall Vice President ......... ............................ D avid Stalnaker Student Council ....... ..,..I.. F red Pletcher, Robert Arnott and David Coppes Early last fall, we met to elect officers. Realizing that the task before us, in the form of the Junior-Senior Reception, would require capable leadership, we re-elected Devon Hall for president. Jack Byers was chosen vice president, and Mary Nola Roose, who has served as secretary-treasurer since the Seventh grade was retained in that capacity. Mary Teeter, Gloria DeVaux, Robert Arnott, Fred Pletcher, and David Coppes are our Student Council representatives. Our only entertainment as a class was a skating party held early in the second semester. lt is with deep regret that we recollect our wasted moments, and with great joy and pride that we remember our triumphs during the past three years,-and next year we will he Seniors! May we do our best to make the most of our opportunities, and leave behind us an enviable reputation as students of N. H. S. -Betty Phend. THE NAPANET 1939 TWENTYEIGHT GROUP ONE ROW I: Robert Arnott, Ray Bean, Miss Blank Isponsorj, Kathryn Berkey- pile, Richard Best. ROW II: Carl Bougher, Jack Byers, Betty Callander, Robert Cleveland. ROW III: David Coppes, Marjxorie Corwin, Wade Culp, Velma Davis, Gloria DeVaux. ROW IV: Joe Dunnuck, Lois Emmert, Mary Field, Harriet Fogel. ROW V: Louise Gefyer, William Gon- ser, Ross Gwin, Lois Hahn, Devor Hall. ROW VI: Helen Harter, Francis He-rr, Joy Hoffer, Kathryn Meek. ROW VII: Rosemary Maust, Ralph Hollar, Donald Johnston, Helen King, Marjorie Martin. ROW VIII: Harold Holaway, Dorothy Holderman. TWENTY-NINE GROUP TWO ROW I: Robert Mellinger, Delbert Mel- linger, Mr. Byers fsponsorj, Norman Metzler, Wilma Middaugh. ROW II: Howard Miller, Ruth Ann Miller, Williard Miller, Carlyle Moore. ROW III: Paul Moyer, Anna Ruth Mullett, John Mullett, Lois Muntz, Alonzo Nicodemus. ROW IV: Betty Phend, Marilyn Pippen- ger, Charles Pletcher, Jr., Charles Nye Pletcher. ROW V: Frederick Pletcher, Wesley Priser, Mirel Reed, George Rehrer, Fredonna Rice. ROW VI: Mary Nbla Roose, Lillian Sechrist, Marialyce Seelig, Corabelle Shaum. ROW VII: Donabelle Sheets, Verna Slabaugh, LaMar Stouder, Mary Teeter. ROW VIII: Velma Dumph, Robert Weygand, Frank Yarian, D avid Stalnaker. THE NAPANET 1939 The Sophomore Class PRESIDENT ........,..... ......... R iclmrfl Pippen VICE PRESIDENT ....... ...... ......... I 1 arolcl Copsey SECRETARY-TREASURER ....... ......... C arolyn Centzhorn SPONSORS ..............,....... ....... M iss Kitten, Mr. Best COLORS ....... ................ ............................... C r een and Gold NIOTTO ........ ..... ' 2-lmlzition plus application equals success." FLOWER ...... ...... ....................................... Y e llow Tulip HISTORY We, the class of l94l, have just completed our Sophomore year with 69 students enrolled. ln the fall we elected Richard Pippen as our presi- dent, Harold Copsey, vice president, and Carolyn Centzhorn as secretary- treasurer. Ethel Mae Could, John Richmond, Wilfred Wise, and .lames Slagle were chosen as student council members. Our president, secretary-treasurer, and two student counsellors were retained from our freshman year. Our class party was held at Christmas time, with an exchange of gifts and a theatre party. Vlle have eighteen members in the band and a number of members of Cirl Reserves, C. A. A., Hi-Y, and several belong to the Clee Club. We are proud to have five basketball players on the second team and one on the first. We are all expecting the best from them as first team members next year. We have many pleasant memories of our Sophomore year and hope to carry on the rest of our high school career with the same pleasure. -Carolyn Centzhorn. l ' THE NAPANET 1939 THIRTY :N-,.. W, .2 -A 2 .wg .,-, A,.-,A GROUP ONE 1' ,,,. 2 " ' fi-1 f "if: Q' ' Row 1: Isabelle Pletcher, Mary Bar- -1Q" "" 2 .' gi inger, Mr. Best Ksponsorj, Arlene .N ,...- 1 ' uf, Bigler, LaMar Clouse. 5 , , - f ',-- " ""V Xi' ":,v, ROW II: Harold Copsey, John Doyle, 4. , :" ,Q ,'-: Reatha Dumph, Carolyn Gentzhorn. he J "l'1s V v"l, ' ' fghxf 1 . ROW III. Ethel Gould, Wilma Ham- ' , , X t, , ' - ,,,,,,i,i man, Darlene Haney, Jean Hartter, lg,-. , ,, . -1 'Y 7- , LaFerne Hochstettler. A" ':" ully .V "1': " ':l'Z 5 ' ,. ' ROW IV: Tom Housour, Olive Huff, rj - 5- ' " 2 Esther Huffman, Howard Kurtz, .- A A ' ,,-z , -" , qlltv g r:v - -g v- ": ,f ROW V: Phyllis Kurtz, Charlotte ' j15,fl'.f,,. -,'- A Lamb, Helen Linn, 'Gordon McCor- ff - - ", 1 Q Q : D," Q mick, Lo-well McCuen. " " . , 'Fr y f ,ff , , ,f X -.-. ,. n,-x K im: is' J. ,A fx uf. A ,f ROW VI: Dorothy Malcolm, Phyllis I -,V Martin, LaMar Metzler, Phyllis J T. -: ' is ' ' Metzler. 1 ..,.. ' if ROW VII: Betty Miller, Doris Miller, , -mu g' :,,. ,., ' Mervin Miller, Jeanne Alice Mishler, ' , . ' - 5 ' Helen Moore. V ' 4 sql' qbvn 1' ,,,. it - Q'- 'I .,:, -, ROW VIII: Maxine Moyer, Bill Muntz, .,,. ., "' 1 ff ., ee.. 4. A N . . . . ..-: .'-' . 1- ,.,.' - ora N9tt1OU1, James Osboi ne. ,, A F f , .,., 13 .2. ' .- fi 'l-'i yrs., ',., .,..'-" ff "" ' '-'- - H - -f 'ZS2 e'-.v . 1 llli 1 I :I ,vm M is :.. .' r l: -ri ',,'. ,, .. - ' f ' ' ,,,: cg V 'F "1',,l 1 -15 1 GROUP TWO ' "" 'W' ssl' "" , -,-- Q --1-: - if" 1"' -If "'-" .,. , Q I' " if,.c, 1 .1 rlf- ,eie J . . V, ""? 'I ' .f -y "" ROW I: Hllda Pfelffer, Richard Pip- , 1 '13 , as pen, Miss Kivett fsponsorj, Helen ?5fg.Q1ggz..,j11-P5 ,-,-, Q ' 5 5. -- ,.eV - Sausman, Isabelle Rensberger. - I 5- ..,.y A 3" ' A l"'i " V, j ' illi ROW II: Joseph Richer, John Rich- we ,, mond, Everett Rummel, Jean Schell. ' H x ' ROW III. Esther Sechrlst, Norma Mae .- syql I . ., , . f ,.,, L52-A . Sechrist, Ph llis Sechrist, Amos ' ' 1' 1' I Sh t Ch lytt Sl b ll l "V, y 5 A . 1- g 1 ee s, aro e a aug . ' ' ROW IV: James Slagle, Rollen Spon- 3., A I 1 ' '--' :--: 1 Q seller, Eloise Stahly, Benard .-t- " . 1. - ' Stoudef- R - ROW V: Ora Stout, Fred Strang, 5 ,Ki A -": . "" Billie Strauss Anna Lou Stuckman, 1, "' fn' - -I 1 rf Ph ll' Stump .."- 1 Q Y ls ' ,,"'-- ' ' iifpff ' A - If-::,, ROW VI: Robert Stump, Gerald .V . Ml, wg, Q..-,gy .-:, , ,:-- 2 " Thomas, Lois Wagner, LaMar War- ' 1 H 1 4, ,,,. ..,, ' ren- . ' -FR. P . .- :, '- .X i..J'1' 'Q -' . . 5 . ' .": ..,g f f 'L f "1' ' ROW VII: LaMar Weaver, Max 1 1 1. 'T I ' Weaver, Harold Willard, Wilfred lisp . B z ,.., Wise' 1 , ., ,,, 'li ' :" - -' - ,y ,:.. 5, Row VIII: Tom Wegmiller, Robert ' 'QM "'l1 g i -., ,.f M 'g,h,fy '-'l 1' Yarian, Gertrude Yoder, Richard iss" :' frm -,' ' Avenmarg, PQI'-'1,.., ,-1,, . ff' ..f - rf ' THE NAPANET 1939 THWIRTY-ONE The Freshman Class PRESIDENT ................................................,............... Joan Mellinger VICE PRESIDENT .......,...... ....... R obert Geyer SECRETARY-TREASURER ............................................ Vivian Postma STUDENT CoUNC1L..Pat Doyle. Josephine Mullen. Russell Campbell bPONSORS ..,.......................,.............,. ....., .Mn Holmmy, Miss Lantz FLOWER ........ .........,.............. R ed Rose CoLoRs ......... ...... C rimson and White HISTORY This new crop of Freshmen has just entered in the good old N. H. S. airline service. :Xt one time in the first semester we tried to have a skating party, but as the plane wasn't large enough for everybody, some of them had to fall out or sit down. Then again in March we attempted to have another skating party. There W61'6H7l near as many skating as the first time, so not so many fell out of the door of N. H. S. Uver the Christmas Vacation, when no one was watching, we Freshmen politely lore the left wing off the N. H. S. ship. NH-m-m-m-m," says Mr. Abell. ln the latter part of the basketball season some of our boys were re- warded for their hard studying by being put on the second team. Our class is also represented in Junior Cirl Reserves, G. A. A. and the Band. May l say too, our ugreenn freshmen girls had just as much luck cap- turing the first team's eyes as any other class! We chose our pilot and co-pilot as ,loan Mellinger and Robert Geyer, respectively. We also left Vivian Postma holding the bag fof moneyl and Pat Doyle, Josephine Mullett and Russell Campbell to join the Student Council and decide all weighty matters. THE NAPANET 1939 THIRTY-TVVO GROUP ONE ROW I: Norma Baker, Bennie Sue Blackburn, Mr. Holaway fsponsorj, Elsie Bougher, Betty Burwell. ROW II: Russell Campbell, Paul Clouse, Betty Collins, Sammy Coppes. ROW III. Richard Counts, Norma De-isch, Pat Doyle, Mary E. Dumph, Stanley Farrington. ROW IV: Doris Foudy, Mary Ann Fox, Junior'Frenger, Lowell Gard- ner. ROW V: Charles Gaut, Wilbur Gaut, Julia George, Robert Geyer, Max Gwin. ROW VI: Carol Hahn, Kathryn Hartter, Bill Henley, Maxine Hershberge-r. ROW VII. Burdena Hoifer, Georgia Hoifer, Cassel Hoke, Earl Holder- man, Ruby Holloway. ROW VIII: Doris Jean Huff, Esther Huif, Harold Ingle, Helen Oswald. TI-IIRTY-THREE GROUP TWO ROW I: David Johnson, Hobart John- ston, Miss Lantz, fsponsofrj, Eugene Kahler, Raymond Kern. ROW II: Norma Kring, willard Losee, Eileen Madlem, James Martin. ROW III: Howard Meek, Joan Melling- er, Betty Miller, Raymond Miller, Josephine Mullett. ROW IV: May Muntz, Wilma Nettrour, Willard Hoover, Jean Oyler. ROW V: Eleanor Phend, Vivian Post- ma, Anna Mae Reed, Walter Reed, Marilyn Richmond. ROW VI: Donivan Robinson, Lisle Roose, Willis Roose, Norma Jean Sechrist. ROW VII: Charlotte Shaum, Jeanette Slabaugh, Marilyn Stahly, Billie Walters, Billie Webster. ROW VIII: Donald Webster, Francis Weldy, Robert Wenger, Maxine Jen- sen. THE NAPANET 1939 ...ll . - 0 The Eighth Grade PRESIDENT ....,..... ....... S lzirley Walters VICE PRESIDENT .............. ....... M argaret Sechrist SECRETARY-TREASURER ....... ,.,...................... J ane McFall SPONSORS ...................... ......... M iss Hoover, Mr. Foulke HISTORY Ship Ahoy! we're sailing to the port of the Freshmen year, our cap- tain and first mate being Mr. Foulke and Miss Hoover. Having them for our guides we will surely have a safe voyage. Yet we would like to sail backwards at thirty-nine knots an hour. We had two parties this year: the first one was a Masquerade Hallowe,en party in the school gymnasium, and the second a Skating party at Stuckmanls Hall. Everybody enjoyed himself at both of the parties. We are hoping to have as much enjoyment next year. Ship Ahoy! -JEM hahah l..- THE NAPANET 1939 THI RTY-FOUR 0 GROUP ONE ROW I: Francis Bammel, Ruby Berkey- pile, Mr. Foulke fspoozsorj, Norma Best, James Callander. ROW II: Bernard Cleveland, Ada Culp, Frances DeBow, Betty DeFreese. ROW III: Keith Dumph, Robert Fow- ler, Dale Freet, Richard Ganger, Dewey Hall. ROW IV: Ruby Harter, Owen Hepler, Virginia Holaway, Erma Hollar. ROW V: Max Hollar, Donnabelle Huff- man, Paul Huffman, Bernis Johnson, Nathen Jones. ROW VI: Kenneth Keifer, Paul Keifer, Robert Kinsey, John Linn. ROW VII: Verda Longfield, Ruby Lynch, Rosemarv Martin, Jane Mc- Fall, Catherine Miller. ROW VIII: Rosemary Brown, John Fisher. THIRTY-FIVE GROUP TWO ROW I: Billy Metzler, Frederick Miller, Miss Hoover Ksponsorj, Harold Miller, James Carl Miller. ROW II: James Ellis Miller, Richard Miller, Robert Miller, James New- comer. ROW III: Robert Penrose, Charles Peters, Mary Pfeiffer, Max Postma, Jean Rensberger. ROW IV. Richard Silberg, Roy Slagle, Jr., Peggy Stahly, Helen Stump. ROW V: Virginia Swihart, Donna Thomas, Elizabeth Tobias, Eloise Tobias, Lorraine Veal. ROW VI: Shirley Walters, Maxine' Weaver, Mabel Richer, Margaret Sechrist. ROW VI: Ruby Zentz, Barbara Mutsch- ler, Virginia Richardson, Dewey Housour. ROW VIII: Gerald Lynch, Betty To- bias, Mary Ellen Neterer, Ellen Jean Pippen, THE NAPANET 1939 llil 53:5 " V ff ' 2. . Q 'fE53"Qi 'gs-5' .Lil '1T',' ' xrivzg .-' 2 n .71 .4 -K -n-1-vffvqy Q: ww. V Ip! 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Y .VMC-"zu .1 ' ,, .. ...4.ffQ'.f wk' 'fix . wp... 1 aff... -x. . : A-f.-'af-ra., 4 - . , ,W- ff ' wt 1 .-14. , .Jul --2 ' 1 - xv. rf Q .QM The Seventh Grade PRESIDENT .......... ...... L ois Nicodemus Vice PRESIDENT ..........e.. ............. , lnlzn Maust SECRETARY-TREASURER ......... ........,.. M ary Louise Laser SPONSORS ........................ ...... M iss Slzively, Mr. Robbins HISTORY September 6, 1938, 69 seventh grade pupils entered school again to continue our work. Things seemed strange to us for a while as we had to be with so many people with whom we were not well acquainted. Two of our class moved away during the year so we number only 67. We organized our class early in the year, choosing Lois Nicodemus-- President, John Maust-Vice President, and Mary Louise Laser-Secretary Treasurer. Miss Shively and Mr. Robbins were our sponsors. Our activities during the year included two skating parties which were immensely enjoyed by all present. Wfe were all made very sad, when shortly after the holidays, one of our class, Fay Mast, was struck by an automobile. One leg was broken and an arm injured. She was not able to return to school until May 8. Teachers and pupils did all they could to make life pleasant for her. -Lois Niccflfzmus. Q es bs e. ei THE NAPANET 1939 THIRTY-SIX GROUP ONE ROW, I: Chester Adams, Elizabeth Anderson, Mr. Robbins fsponsorj, Richard Arnott, Harold Bartman. ROW II: Richard Buss, Joan Coppes, Shannon Corwin, Daniel Curtis. ROW III: Glen Davis, Richard Evans, Janet Farrington, Ruby Fisher, Norma Frederick, ROW IV: Freemen Frye, Billy Furney, Dallas Gardner, Betty Gaut. ROW V: Margaret Gerkey, Royce Geyer, Doris Hall, Howard Hoover, Oscar Ingle. ROW VI: Billy Johnson, Jean Kohl- horst, Mary L. Laser, Beatrice Linn. ROW VII: Betty Longfield, Russel Losee, Juanita Martin, Fay Mast, Harold Mast. ROW VIII: John Maust, John Melling- er, Earl Metzler, Mary Alice Metz- ler. J, ,,,Q,,,, , . JA I - lff'5?fi'Q. 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I . tm A. . l ,,,.,..,: Y I S .1 .i 3939-5 THIRTY-SEVEN GROUP TWO ROW I: David Miller, Clarence Mid- daugh, Miss Shively lsponsorj, Helene Miller, Isabelle Miller. ROW II: Jean Alice Miller, Mona Lou Miner, Billy Mishler, Junior Mishler. ROW III: Mary Nettrour, Frances Neterer, Lois N icodemus, George Pippenger, Julia Pletcher. ROW IV: Ed Price, Joan Rensberger, Norma Jean Richmond, Sam Rich- mond. ROW V: Charlotte Robinson, Eugene Lewis Ryman, Richard Roose, Shuler, Jean Ellen Sheets. ROW VI: Peggy ROW VII: Stouder, Teeter, Joan Tobias. Robert Snider, Ivan Snooks, Shively, Richard Sponseller. James Stillson, Maxine Helen Streck, Bonagene ROW VIII: June Tobias, Alva Van Dyke, Beverley Walters, Oscar Weaver. THE NAPANET 1939 THE NAPANET 1939 TH IRTY-EIGHT REANIZATIUNS I I E3 Tb 4' N apanet Staff ROYghI: Everett Gould, Rosemary Roose, Marvin Miller, Gwendolyn McCormick, Arthur arp. ROEV IH Lzonivan Hall, G. C. Roose, Mary Kivett, Kathryn Xvatters, J, A. Abell, Gerald ang ar . ROXV III: Margaret Mountjoy, Ruby Calbeck, Marilyn Slagle, Lois Conrad, Helen Hamman. After many months of hard work, denials, and late hours, the annual staff proudly presents the l939 NAPANET for your approval. We hope it fills your highest expectations. I . We also wish to thank other members of the class and the faculty for their co-Operation, which made it possible for the completion of this volume. EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR ...................................................,.................... Donivan Hall ASSOCIATE EDITOR ...... I ............................................. Everett Gould ART EDITOR ........... ....... G wendolyn McCormick SPORTS EDITOR ...... .................. M arvin Miller ALUMNI EDITOR ........ ,...... ..................... L 0 is Conrad CALENDAR EDITOR ........ ................,............. R Osemary Roose SNAPSHOT EDITORS ...... ....... IV Iarilyn Slagle, Ruby Calbeck JOKE EDITOR ............ ...........,......................... I Margaret Mountjoy BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGER ................................................ Gerald Banghart ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER ......... .......... A rzhur Sharp CIRCULATION MANAGER .......................................... Wade Riehmbnd ADVISORY STAFF GENERAL ADVISORS ..... .................,................ M r. Abell, Mr. Roose LITERARY ADVISOR ....... ................. M iss Watters ART ADVISOR ............. ................. M iss Kivezl THE NAPANET 1939 FORTY Class Officers FORTY-ON E ROVVIQICIIL1 152353 Greene, Helen Hamman, Catherine Mullett, Devon Hall, Jack Byers, Mary ROW-II: Richard Pippen, Harold Copsey, Carolyn Ge-ntzhorn, Joan Mellinge-r,.Robert Geyer. Vivian Postma. ROW III: Lois Nicodemus, John Maust, M y Loui L Sh 13 VV lters, Margaret Sechr' t. Jane McFall. SENIORS FRESHMEN President .................... Ralph Greene President .................. Joan Mellinger Vice Pres ................. Helen Hamman Vice Pres ................... Robert Geyer Sec.-Treas ............. Catherine Mullett Sec.-Treas ................. Vivian Postma JUNIORS EIGHTH GRADE President .,-.,,, ,..-.-. D evon Hall President ................ Shirley Walters Vice Pres .,.,..,., -..,,,- J ack Byers Vice Pres ............. Margaret Sechrist Sec.-Treas ........, ......... B etty Phend SCC--TTCHS ------. .--------- .l HUC McFall V SOPHOMORES SEVENTH GRADE President ................ Richard Pippcn President ................ Lois Nicodemus Vice Pres ................. Harold Gopsey Vice Pres ....................... John Maust Sec.-Treas .......... .Carolyn Gentzhorn. Sec.-Treas ........... Mary Louise Laser THE NAPANET 1939 Student Council ROVV I: Donivan Hall, Rosemary Roose, Mr. Roose Qsponsorb, John Lynch, Martha Xvagner. RONV II: Mary Teeter, Frederick Pletcher, Junior Dumph, Josephine Mullett. ROXV III: David Coppes, Gloria DeVaux, Xvilfred Wise, Helen Hamman, Robert Arnott. ROW' IV: Russel Campbell, Margaret Gerkey, Pat Doyle, Ethel Gould. ROXV V: John Richmond, Betty Tobias, James Slagle, Ellen Jean Pippen. PRESIDENT .............. ...... D onivan Hall VICE PRESIDENT ....... ...... H elen Hamman SECRETARY ...................,..........,............................... Martha Wagner The Student Council is an organization which allows the students to help in making and regulating school laws and codes. This organization maintains the Lost and Found Department which helps to locate articles which are lost, and return them to their owners. This year the Student Council passed a law which says: When a student has caused sufficient disturbance in classes to be sent out of class twice he must appear before the Student Council. Then if he is sent out of class for the third time he must bring his parents to school and hold a conference with Mr. Roose. lf this still does no good and he commits the offense again he will be permanently dismissed from the class in which he caused the most trouble. This is equivalent to taking away credit in one subject for the semester. The members are elected as follows: When a class enters the seventh grade they elect one member, who shall be carried from year to year, and thus by the time they become seniors they will have six members on the council. The Girls' Athletic Association, which is sponsored by the Student Council, has Martha Wagner as its chairman. -Martha Wagner. THE NAPANET 1939 FORTYTWO National Honor Society ROW' I: Donivan Hall, Rosemary Roose, Everett Gould, Gwendolyn McCormick, ROW II: Paul XVeldy, Catherine Mullett, Mr. Abell tsponsorj, Helen Hamman, Martha Xvagner. ROWV III: Arthur Sharp, Betty Phe-nd, Jack Byers, Mary Nola Rouse. PRESIDENT ........ ...... .............. ....... R 0 s emrzry Rouse SECRETARY AND TREASURER ............. ............. C atherine Mullen This is the fourth year for the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools in Nappanee High School. The Charter was granted to the Nap- panee chapter March 25, 1936. Membership is based on character, scholar- ship, leadership, and service. Election to membership is determined by the high school faculty. The membership is limited to fifteen per cent of the Senior class, and five per cent of the Junior class. All the members of last year were lost by graduation except Rosemary Roose, Gwendolyn McCormick, and Catherine Mullett. Helen Hamman, Arthur Sharp, and Martha Wagner were elected in the fall. During the second semester the membership was again increased by the election of the following: Paul Weldy, Everett Gould, and Donivan Hall, Seniorsg and Betty Phend, Mary Nola Roose, and Jack Byers, Juniors. The directing of a questionnaire on school problems, and the sponsor- ing of an assembly program were the two activities of the organization. THE NAPANET 1939 " FORTY THREE High School Band Bb Clarinets-Esther Sechrist, Carolyn Centzhorn, Mary Field, Jeanne Alice Mishler, Isabelle Bensberger, Marilyn Pippenger, Wilma Ham- man, Helen Harter, Betty Collins, Carol Pletcher, Bennie Sue Black- burn, Phyllis Sechrist, Betty Nune- maker, Robert Miller, Sally Uline, Paul Huffman, Betty Miller, Mary Alice Metzler. Eb Clarinet-Anna Lou Stuckman. Bass Clarinet-Helen Furney. Cornets-Frederick Pletcher, George Rehrer, Betty Callander, David Stalnaker, James Slagle, Velma Davis, Richard Avenmarg, Betty Miller, David Johnson, Lillian Se- christ, Eddie Price, Norma Sechrist. Eb Alto Saxophone-Robert Weygand, Tom Wegmiller, Mary Baringer, Tom Housour, Marialyce Seelig, Jean Kohlhorst. THE NAPANET 1939 Tenor Saxophone - Marjorie Martin, Eloise Stahly. Baritone Saxophone - Evelyn Boose. Alto Horns-John Doyle, Jean Harter, Paul Clouse, Harold Willa1'd. French Horn-Junior Dumph. Trombones-Jack Byers, Harold Hol- away, Pat Doyle, Max Postma, Keith Dumph. Basses-Lisle Boose, Lowell McCuen, Robert Yarian. Flutes-Ethel Could, Reatha Durnph. Oboe-Marilyn Slagle. Baritone-Margaret Mountjoy, Alonzo Nicodemus. Snare Drums - Marjorie Corwin, Kathryn Ball, Josephine Mullett. Bell Lyre-Josephine Mullett. Bass Drum-Wilfred Wise. Cymbals-Jeanette Slabaugh. Tympani-Ruby Calbeck. FORTY-FOUR Drum Majors Anna Ruth Mullett Fred Fletcher Mary Teeter BAND This year's band is considerably larger than last year's. fkpproximately 75 pupils were enrolled, as compared to 99 this year. fl. French Horn and a snare drum, 16 new uniforms, including a director's uniform, were pur- chased for the band. The regular High School Band boasts a membership of 67, a marching band of 52, and a Junior band of 35. In November, our band, and two other bands went to ,limtown and took part in a county band clinic, led by Mr. Nile Hovey. To obtain money for our uniform fund, we gave two concerts, one in December, and the other in April. The American Legion sponsored a Min- strel Show, for our benefit. Many other smaller projects were carried out. One of the most outstanding and helpful activities, was the forming of the Band Boosters Club, bv the band members' parents. This club, in- terested only in the welfare of the band, did much to make it a bigger and better band. The highlight of this school's band year was playing host for the Second District Solo and Ensemble Contest held March 18th. Over 550 students participated in this event. Seventeen students gained the right to participate in the State Solo and Ensemble Contest held at Valparaiso, and from those seventeen, one, Mar- jorie Martin, tenor saxophone soloist, went to the National at Indianapolis. And now, at the close of a very successful year, we want to thank the parents, Mr. Abell, and the School Board members, for their kind co-opera- lion during the year. THE NAPANET 1939 -'i-' FORTX FIVE Inkt, I 4 EX-LIBRIS X X X THE NAPANET 1939 Senior Girl Reserves RONV I: Miss XVattc-rs tsponsorl, Xvilma I-Iamman, Phyllis Kurtz, Louise Geyer, Lois Hahn. I-Ielen Harter, Betty Callander, Catherine Mullett, Catharine Mishler, Erma Miller, Miss Lantz tsponsory- ROXV II: Donabelle Sheets, Marialyce Seelig, Corabelle Shaum, Lillian Se-christ, Gloria De-Vaux, Gwendolyn McCormick, Anna Lou Stuckman. Helen King, Marilyn Slagle, Marjorie Martin. RONV III: Joy Hoffer. Mary Teeter, Maureen XViseman, Thelma Hahn, Mary Nola Roose, Ruby Calbeck, Miriam Stahly, Isabel Doe-ring, Fredonna Rice, Lois Emmert, Mary Field. ROXV IV: Kathryn Berkeypile, Dora Linn, Marilyn Pippenger, Harriet Fogel. Betty Phend, Dorothy Hoover, Ivadelle Pletcher, Dorothy Holderman, Verna Slabaugh, Ethel Gould. ROXV V: Carolyn Gentzhorn, Lois Conrad, Elva Haney, Rosemary Roose, Isabelle Rensber- ger, Ina Marie Shaffer, Norma Mae Sechrist, Phyllis Sechrist. Girl Reserves, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls, that,s what we are. A group to which new members are added every year. We - these girls - started on a road which turned out to be the uroad of success". This was due to the excellent co-operation on the part of the girls and the help of our sponsors, Miss Lantz and Miss Watters. Our club is a branch of the Elkhart Y. W. C. A. and was organized by Miss Hazel Dickey in l925. Since that time the club has had other sponsors and .has progressed so much that today we have one of the finest organiza- tions in the school. Our organization meets every two weeks on Tuesday morning. Besides giving entertaining programs we have taken part in many other activities which have developed us in Body, Spirit, and Mind. Our uroughn initiation was held at the school as was our serious ini- tiation on November second. Miss Lantz and twelve of the girls were at the C. R. conference held at South Bend on February 25th. We also had several parties, one of which was a Hi-Y - G. R. party. We contributed to charity and studied community problems. We sincerely hope the following Girl Reserves will have as successful and enjoyable a year as we have had. . Q THE NAPANET 1939 FORTY-SIX lunior Girl Reserves ROXV I: Maxine Stouder, Frances Neterer, Charlotte Robinson, Norma Richmond, Betty Miller, Peggy Shively, Miss Shively Csponsorl, Peggy Stahly, Eleanor Phend, Joan Rensberger, Lois Nicodemus, Catherine Miller. ROW' II: VVilma Nettrour, Norma Jean Se-christ, Jean Kohlhorst, Ruby Berkeypile. Mona Lou Miner, Shirley XValters, Janet Farrington, Norma Kring, Margaret Sechrist, Vivian Postma, Bernis Johnson, Betty Defrees. ROVV III: Helen Streck, Fay Mast, Jean Alice Miller, Josephine Mullett, Rosemary Martin, Ellen Jean Pippen, Donnabelle Huffman, Erma Jean Hollar, Betty Collins, Norma Deisch, Ruby Holloway, Ruby Lynch. ROVV IV: Marilyn Stahly, Eileen Madlem, Joan Mellinger Mary Ann Fox, Jean Oyler, .loan Tobias, June Tobias, Bonagene Teeter. Norma Baker, Jean Ellen Sheets, Carol Hahn, Helen Stump. ROVV V: Charlotte Shaum, Barbara Mutschler, Mary Louise Laser, Isabelle Miller, Mary Edith Dumph, Elizabeth Tobias, Betty Tobias, Mary Alice Metzler, Verda Longfield. Jane McFall, Julia Pletcher, Ruby Fisher. ROW' VI: Maxine XVeaver, Doris Foudy, Jean Rensberger, Virginia Holaway, Mary Nettrour, Ruby Harter, Mary Ellen Neterer, Bennie Sue Blackburn. President ............ Barbara Mutschler Song Leader ........ Rosemary Martin Vice President ................ Jean Oyler Slogan - 'GTO face life squarelvw Secretary ........ Ellen Jeanne Pippen Purpose-4'To find and give the Treasurer ................ Norma Sechrist bestv The Junior Girl Reserves is made up of the seventh grade, eighth grade and freshmen girls. On November 2, 1938, after a pot-luck supper the members had their rough initiation, which was enjoyed by everyone. On December 6, 1938, the Recognition Service was held in the gymnasium. Vlfe are expecting to have a party this spring. Our meetings are held every two weeks. They are given by the mem- bers or sometimes by the Senior Girl Reserves. We have had a few guest speakers. Miss Shively is our advisor. -Ellen Jean Pippen. THE NAPANET 1939 FORTY-SEVEN I-Ii-Y RONV I: David Stalnaker, Devon Hall, Jack Byers, Joe Dunnuck, James Slagle, Tom NVeg- miller, Harold Holaway, Joseph Richer, Charles Pletcher, Jr.. Kenneth Copsey. ROXV II: George Rehrer, Ralph Jerles, Ralph Greene, Charles Nye Pletcher, LaMar Metzler, Mr. XVhite tsponsorj, George Bock, VVilfred Xvise, Robert Yarian, Robert Stump, Fred- erick Fletcher. ROXV IH: Mirel Reed, John Doyle, LaMar Clouse, John Richmond, Paul Weldy, Ross Gwin, John Malcolm, Carlyle Frederick, Robert Mellinger, George Price. ROXV IV: Everett Gould, Tilson King, Richard Best, Delbert Mellinger, Frank Yarian, Robert Clark, Robert Arnott, Robert Rensberger, Donivan Hall, Robert Malcolm, President .......... Donivan Hall Secretary ..... ..... R alph ,Ierles Vice President ............ Everett Could Treasurer .... ..... G eorge Bock The Nappanee Hi-Y is an active organization with a membership of forty-two. The organization is affiliated with the state Y. M. C. A. and through other local clubs. i During the school year the meetings are held bi-monthly in the high school building. After the business session, a program arranged by the chairman of the program committee is presented. Other activities of the club are mostly social such as joint programs or parties with the Girl Re- serves and the Father and Son Banquet. At the annual Hi-Y Conference held in Elkhart this year Nappanee was well represented and received a district banner, tieing with Wakarusa for the first place. The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community a high standard of Christian character based on clean living, clean sports, clean speech, and clean scholarship. To become a member uf the Hi-Y you are selected and approved by the advisory committee. After 4'due" initiations you are a full-fledged member. -Ralph Jerles. THE NAPANET 1939 FORTYEIGHT Chorus ROXV I.:--Marilyn Slagle, Harold Holaway, Mary Kathryn Ball. Phyllis Sechrist, Cassel Hokf,-, Miss Ipantz lsponsorb, Rosemary Roose. Catharine Mishler, Arthur Sharp, Thelma Hahn, Ivadelle Pletcher. RONV II: Carol Hahn, Mary Nola Roose, NVilfred Nlfise, Josephine Mullett, Helen Harter, getty Callander, Earl Holderman, Phyllis Metzler, Lois Emmerl, Miriam Stahly, Helen urney. ROXV III: George Rehrer, Lillian Sechrist, Betty Collins, Virginia Snider, Alonzo Nicodemus, Charlotte Shaum, Bennie Sue Blackburn, IVilma Nettrour, Dorothy Hoover, Maureen Wiseman. Joe Dunnuck. ROXV IV: Phyllis Martin, Vilillard Miller, Joan Mellinger, Norma Se-christ, Norma Kring, llialferifre Igochstettler, Carlyle Frederick, Vivian Postma, Eloise Stahly, Lamar Metzler, oris ou y. ROW V: VValter Reed, Burdena Hoffer, Anna Lou Stuckman, Helen Oswald, Robert Vlfenger, Norma Sec-hrist, Mary E. Dumph, Marialyce Seelig, Evelyn Roose, Margaret Mountjoy, Maxine Hershberger. ROW' VI: Gertrude Yoder, 'Willis Roose, Mary Baringer, Reatha Dumph, Norma Baker, Lisle Roose, Dorcas Hoke, Marilyn Stahly, Anna Culp, James Slagle, Velma Dumph. Miss Lantz was happily surprised on the opening day of school to see so many enrolled in her high school chorus class. Of the large class there were thirty new members to bolster up the remaining twenty-eight veteran voices. The class was glad to he represented in the combined chorus directed hy Olaf Christiansen at the North Central lndiana Teachers' Association. The chorus also had the pleasaure to co-operate in the spring hand concert, commencement, Baccalaureate, spring concert, and several church programs. Also appearing on some of these occasions was the Mixed Octette omposed of Rosemary Roose, Mary Baringer, Margaret Mountjoy, Mary Nola Roose, Harold Holaway, Carlyle Frederick, Arthur Sharp, and Willard Miller. The group has had much success and pleasure under excellent direction and sanction of Miss Lantz and the co-operation of our fine accompanist, Rosemary Roose, whom we hate to lose as she is leaving via the senior exit. -Mary Nola Roose. THE NAPANET 1939 . FORTYNINE Future Farmers ROXRI Howard Burkholder, Robert Malcolm, Mr. Byers Csponsorb, John Malcolm, Paul e inger. ROW II: Dale Berger, LaMar Stouder, Howard Kurtz, Junior Frenger. ROW III: Raymond Miller, Mervin Miller, Amos Sheets, Everett Rummel. The Nappanee Chapter Future Farmers of America had the smallest enrollment this year since it was organized, October 19, 1929. After the local fair in August we went on a camping trip at lndian Hill. The local corn husking contest was held in which Dale Berger won the right to represent Nappanee in the County F. F. A. contest. Dale won the county contest and a cup as a trophy. The Chapter sponsored the first corn husking contest for adults to be held in the community. The Chapter won the pest killing contest with New Paris and in individ- ual contest Howard Burkholder, Dale Berger, Lamar Stouder, Mervin Miller, and Amos Sheets, respectively, were the winners. Father and Son Banquet was held January 26. Mr. Byers spoke on hobbies and showed some of his antique fire arms. The F. F. A. basketball team played in the noon basketball league. Two seniors, Howard Burkholder and Robert Malcolm were awarded achievement sweaters. Mervin Miller and Lamar Stouder were elected delegates and Amos Sheets elected alternate to the state F. F. A. convention. Dale Berger, John Malcolm, Paul Mellinger, Lamar Stouder, Mervin Miller, Kenneth Rassi, and Amos Sheets advanced to the Future Farmer degree. The Nappanee State Bank will award a loving cup to the outstanding member at commencement time. The oflicers for l938-39 were: Pres., Howard Burkholderg Sec., Dale Bergerg Treas., Robert Malcolm, Rep., Amos Sheets, Advisor, Mr. Byers. THE NAPANET 1939 FIFTY Future Homemakers ROVV I: Isabel Doering, Helen Linn, Lois Muntz, Hilda Pfeiffer, Catharine Mishler, Elva Haney, Kathryn Berkeypile, Mary Kathryn Ball. ROVV II: Verna Slabaugh, Dorothy Malcolm, Corabelle Shaum, Miss Blank Qspensorl. Ruth Ann Miller, Dora Linn. Esther Huffman. ROXV III: Lois NVagner, Mary Nola Rouse, Anna Culp, Marjorie Martin, Virginia Snider, Helen Furney, Dorcas Hoke, Dorothy Holderman. ROXV IV: Jean Harter, Darlene Haney, Helen Harter, Donabelle Sheets, Kathryn Meek, Phyllis Stump, Charlotte Slabaugh. ROW V: Isabelle Pletcher, Jean Strauss, Nora Nettrour, Dorothy Metzler. The Future Home Makers, organized in 1933, is composed of students who have completed one year or more in the Home Economics Department. The theme of this year was Hfamily life". Interesting talks were given by Mrs. Arndt, Miss Kivett, Mr. Best, Miss Shively and Miss Blank. All enjoyed an initiation party at the home of Dora and Helen Linn. The project carried by the girls this year was the serving of refresh- ments to the band contestants March 18. One of the most enjoyable events was a trip to Fort Wayne, taken last spring. With pleasure the girls look forward to another trip this year. -Verna Slabaugh. THE NAPANET 1939 il FIFT Y-ON E F i-Kem ROXV I: Paul Xveldy, VVade Richmond, Robert Clark, Carlyle Frederick, Gerald Banghart, George Bock, Marvin Miller, Ralph Jerles. ROVV II: George Price, Howard Burkholder, Donivan Hall, Mr. Foulke Csponsorj, Everett Gould, Frederick Jensen. Arthur Sharp. ROXV III: Junior Dumph, George Rehrer, Robert Arnett, Robert Malcolm, Devon Hall. The Fi-Kem Science club was organized in 1936 through the efforts of Mr. Foulke and several students who were interested in the field of chemistry, physics and other important fields of science. To become a member of this club a student must have among other things, an average of MB" or above in both the school curriculum and citi- zenship. The meetings are held bi-monthly usually on Thursday evening from seven to ten in the science room of the high school building. Programs are arranged by members of the club or some outside speaker. One very in- teresting report was given by Harry Sechrist of the Vitreous Steel Products Company. Not only have the activities of this club been very interesting but also helpful in many ways. The club has taken several trips to points of interest and the club has laid plans to visit some of the main scientific points of Chicago. Because of its high entrance requirements and because of the efficiency of its sponsor, Mr. Foulke, this club has been quite successful and enjoyed by every member. -Ralph Jerles. THE NAPANET 1939 FIFTYTWO Patrol Boys RUXV I: Lowell Richer, Ffflllk H"l'1'vl'. Robert Frm-t, Charles Doyle. Charlf-s Stump, Gerald Hartman. ROW' II: NVayn11- Mt-Uuen, Jerry Hovk:-ri, Me-rril Pippin, Jay Holzuvay, I'aul Sain Iiourni-, Roy PfeilTwr. fbahfacofa Since the speeding autos with reckless drivers have replaced slower means of transportation, it has become necessary to safeguard the lives of the younger children who must come to school. For the past several years the patrol boys have been organized for this purpose. The class of '39 commends them for their excellent work. We feel that if every high school student obeyed the Patrol Boys it would help them a great deal in controlling those in the lower grades. 'hhcahh THE NAPANET 1939 l FI FTY-THREE Debate Club s Betty Collins, Miss XfVatters, Betty Phend, Jack Byers, Reatha Dumph. RESOLVED! That the United States and Great Britain should form an alliance. The debate team was organized in the fall of 1938 and studied on the above question until the end of the season, March l. Due to the ever chang- ing conditions in Europe it was necessary for the debators to keep well in- formed on current news bulletins which would have decisive influence upon the question. The teams were under the leadership of Miss Watters. The annual Pur- due Debate Conference was attended by Miss Watters and a few of the de- baters. Useful information was gained and an enjoyable time was spent there. They also attended a debate tournament at Ft. Wayne on December l0. 1938. Those that completed the season were: Affirmative, Betty Phend, and Jack Byers and negative, Reatha Dumph, and Betty Collins. Meetings were held after school twice each week. On February 4, the team participated in a debate tournament at Elk- hart in which the negative debated Goshen and the affirmative debated Elkhart. Both teams were defeated. There was on February ll, the second session, which was held at Goshen, in which the negative debated Concord and the affirmative debated Millersburg. The results were an affirmative victory and a negative defeat. The teams had an enjoyable year and the coming season of 1939 and '40 is being looked forward to. . THE NAPANET 1939 FIFTYFOUR Librarians RGYXE Ciwendolyn McCormick, Helen Harriman, Miss Sliively, Ivadelle Pletcher, Ruby a ec . ROXV II: Paul Mellinger, Mary Nola Roose, Marjorie Martin, Frank Yarian. ROXV III: Rosemary Maust, XVilma Hamnian, David Coppes, Phyllis Stump, Phyllis Kurtz. Every library should try to be complete on something, if it were only the history of pin-heads. Even though our library is not a large one we be- lieve it is very efficient. We have over two thousand books and about twenty weekly and monthly magazines which cover many interests. The purpose of our library is to help students to learn and to introduce them to new things and friends. We have thirteen librarians who are familiar with the books and magazines and who help those who are less familiar. Some other duties of the librarians are checking in new magazines, keeping a record of all books taken out, and collecting fines for overdue books. This year the li- brary has purchased a set of f'Americana Encyclopedia" and a uWebster's New International Dictionary." About one hundred fifty new books have been added to the library this year. Miss Shively, our librarian, has tried to select those books, both classic and current, which would be beneficial and helpful to the students and also acquaint them with the world,s best books. For as Elizabeth Barrett Browning has said- 'clt is rather when We gloriously forget ourselves, and plunge Soul-forward, headlong, into a book's profound, Impassioned for its beauty, and salt of truth- 'Tis then we get the right good from a book." Gwendolyn McCormick THE NAPANET 1939 l- FIFTYFIVE Elnmn-num HHH' E COPYRIGHT 1939 BY DONIVAN HALL ................ Editor-in-Chief 5 EVERETT COULD ............ Associate Editor GERALD BANGHART..Basiness Manager ARTHUR SHARP .......... Assistant Manager THE NAPANET 1939 Clarence LEFT TH RIGHT: Howard l-lurkholder, Lois Emmert, Ge-rald Ranghart, Carlyle Frederick, Thelma Hahn, Arthur Sharp, Martha lVagner, Anna Culp, George Bock, Rosemary Roost-. CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs. Martyn-Mr. Wheeleris secretary .......................,. ........... A nna Culp Mr. Wheeler-Head of an unhappy family .,............. .............. G eorge Bock Mrs. Wheeler-His attractive and jealous wife ......,............. Rosemary Roose Bobby Wheeler-Mr. Wheeler's son ..........,..................... Howard Burkholder Cora Wheeler-Mr. Wheeleris daughter .............. ............... T helma Hahn Violet Pinney-Cora's governess ..,.......... ................ L ois Emmert Clarence-Who has been in the army ........ ..,...... C arlyle Frederick Della-The maid ...,..,.......... .. ...................... ......... A lartha Wagner' Dinwiddie-The Butler ............... . ....................... .......... . .Arthur Sharp Mr. Hubert Stem-lnterested in Miss Pinney. .......i ........ G erald Banghart Synopsis of Ihre play Time: The present. Place: Mr. Wheelerls office and the living room of Mr. Whe-eler's home. Act I Scene--Reception room of Mr. Wheeler's office. Time: Morning. Act ll Scene-Living room of Mr. Wheeler's home. Time: Later. Act lll Scene-The same. Time: Later. Act IV Scene-The same. Time: Later. The Producing Cast Director ......................................... .......,.... ....................... C a therine Watters Stage Crew .................. Gwendolyn McCormick, James Greene, Everett Gould Business Manager ...................................................................... Donivan Hall Advertising Manager ..... ..........., . .Ralph Greene Property Manager ....... ..... ll largaret Mountjoy Make-Up Manager ....... ............................. . Dorothy Hoover Electrician ............ .......................................,.. G eorge Price Prompters ...... ......... K enneth Copsey, Wade Richmond THE NAPANET 1939 FIFTY-SIX LITERATURE E I . fllg ll ...To Bill T,WAS A COLD WINTER DAY, IN NAPPANEE HIGH. THE HOURS AND MINUTES DRUG SLOWLY ON BY. OUT ON THE STREET THERE AROSE SUCH A CLATTER! I SPRANC FROM MY SEAT TO FIND OUT THE MATTER. I GAZED OUT THE WINDOW, FIRST NORTH, THEN SOUTH, THERE STOOD A MONSTER, STEAMINC AT THE MOUTH! IT SNORTED AND RUMBLED, THEN WITH GROAN AND SIGH, IT ROSE ON ITS WHEELS AND RATTLED ON BY! I SIGHED WITH RELIEF FOR T'WAS PLAIN TO SEE, IT WAS ONLY BILL MILLER AND HIS ANCIENT MODEL "T", -Thelma Hahn. THE NAPANET 1939 FIFTY-EIGHT 6. 7. 9. 13. 14. 15. 16. 19 20. 21. 22. 26. 27. 29. 1. 3. 5. 6. 8. Calendar SEPTEMBER Back to school again. New Paris steals some of our former students. How do you like the new teacher? Band practice starts. Government books finally arrive. Tennis - Riley - 3, Nappanee - 2. Baseball - Nappanee - 6, Waka- rusa - 2. Organization day. Band makes its first public appearance at the Adult Rally. Seems to be an epidemic of colds. Everyone's blowing his nose. Last year's seniors canit seem to stay away from school. Tennis-Elkhart - 2, Nappanee - 5. Baseball - Nappanee - 2, Bris- tol - 1. First C. R. and Hi-Y meetings. Tennis - A tie with Central. Nappanee vs. Concord in baseball 10-0. Nappanee defeats ,Iimtown -8-3 in baseball. Same old story. Nappanee beats Middlebury - 4-0 in baseball. Rev. Bowman speaks to senior high assembly. Seniors select Mr. Lockridge of Ro- chester as photographer. Nappa- nee vs. Millersburg in baseball - 16-0. OCTOBER Tennis conference tourney at Cary. Won 7 matches and lost 1. Good luck in the finals next week! l l Baseball-Nappanee 4, Bremen 1. Speech play tryouts. Who will be a'Clarence"? First baseball de- feat. Bremen 8, Nappanee 7. Baseball game. Tie with ,limtown - 8-8. Tennis team loses at Gary. Ham- mond wins title. FIFTY-NINE 10. Basketball practice starts in the old gym. Hi-Y rough initiation. 11. Swingmasters p r e s e n t assembly program but isn,t Robert Rens- berger the soloist? Hi-Y boys wear red sashes and paint to school. 13. First Honor Society meeting. 14. End of first six weeks. 17. Mr. Foulke absent today. Annual pictures today. Didnlt you feel just like a movie star? 18. 19. Report cards. Student Council passes their "Kicked Out" rule. 20. Are your cabinets in order? State lnspector here today. 21. Senior proofs received today. Does everyone like each of his 8 poses? 24. Teachers order pictures to be put away during class. 25. Photographer takes orders. Annie Stuckman and Maureen Wiseman lead cheers for pep ses- sion. 27-28. No school. Teachers' Associa- tion. The sun has shone every day in Oc- tober. 26. 31. NOVEMBER 2. C. R. serious initiation. 3. High school chorus sings at Church of God. 4. First basketball game. Nappanee vs. New Paris - 35-17. Good start, boys,l 5. Band attends a band clinic at ,lim- town. 7. Mr. Cwin speaks to joint assembly on Allied Youth Movement. 8. Preview of g'Clarence" presented to joint assembly. 9. The curtains are pulled and we see and hear c'Clarence." Congratu- lations, cast, for your 5 weeks of work. THE NAPANET 1939 Calendar The whole school marches up town for Armistice celebration. Nice weather, for once. Nappanee defeats Rochester - 25- 16. Play cast has a party at Geyer,s Dam. What was the name of the book the teacher received???? Student Council explains athletic eligibility. Agriculture class goes to Muck Crop Show at Walkerton. Seniors receive pictures. Basket- ball-Bremen 23, Nappanee 14. First time in years. Thanksgiving program. Wakarusa 34, Nappanee 30. What's this about being to lose only 2 straight games to an opponent??? Thanksgiving vacation. Nappanee 30, Kendallville 24. That's more like it. New training rule-N0 DA TES!!! C-. R. wins debate against Hi-Y. Do you believe now that girls are bet- ter sports than boys? Report cards again. DECEMBER Mishawaka 19, Nappanee 17. May- be you students will learn not to kid Mrs. Arndt. Northside 35, Nappanee 32. Pretty close games. Band concert. N appanee defeats Riley-38 to 22. Loud speaking system permanently installed in Community Building. Have you seen the red pants? Washington 15, Nappanee 25. Speech classes present Christmas program. Nap defeats Goshen - 39-27. Whatls this about 'GCeorge Wash- ington Banghart?" THE NAPANET 1939 Nappanee defeats Concord-45-36. Quite cold weather. Nappanee defeats Wakarusa-38 17. Revenge at last!!! Gerald Banghart recites G'Trees,, to the judge. JANUARY Some still on vacation. Honor Society conducts a public opinion questionnaire on school questions. Mishawaka 36, Nappanee 31. Bet- ter luck next year. Basketball team celebrates loss by breaking training rules fand with such little girls, too.j End of first semester. Central com- pletely defeats Nappanee--56-27. New Paris wins the County Tour- nament of Small Schools at Nap- panee. Dates restored to basketball boys. All is smiles and happiness again!! The girls have developed a new hair style. Pig tails and hair rib- bons. Michigan City has a little boy who is too good on his long shots. Re- sult-Michigan City 34, Nappanee 32. lf you want to see everybody in town, just go to the ice skating rink any evening. Junior boys wear their pajamas to school. Could they be making fun of the D. of S.? Doctors are busy today giving small pox vaccina- tions. Chemistry class makes an excess of HQS. Hold your noses! ll Nappanee defeats Goshen-40 to 23. Mrs. Arndt leaves. We hope she has enjoyed her teaching here. Such a snow storm!! Over 98 stu- dents absent because of roads, so school is closed at noon. SIXTY Calendar FEBRUARY Visitors from New Paris today. Their school was closed because of snowy roads but they were able to get to Nappanee to visit school. First hour citizenship class has all members present for the first time this semester. Biggest pep session in years - pep band and outside speakers - Alas! to no avail. Elkhart 34, Nappanee 31. Snowflakes 1 inch in diameter. No exaggeration either. Rev. Ludwig, a missionary from Africa, tells very interesting ex- periences to the high school. Band sponsors a show "Cowboy and Ladyf, How surprising! Schuler's new technique of saving the regulars till the last quarter won us a game. Nappanee 28, Laporte 25. fOr maybe it was because Mr. Roose didn't go along.j Mr. Roose is attending a principal's meeting at Union City. fThink of all the lectures we'll have to hear about how much better students be- have in other schools.j Senior boys receive notes from a HQueen." Boys, you should be honored. Such a headache! Central severely defeated us. We defeated Laporte. Now Laporte defeats Central, mak- ing Elkhart tie Central for first place in the conference. Elkhart County Teachers' Meeting at Goshen. We defeat Warsaw 35 to 28. Grade schools dismiss at noon. 40? of students absent because of flu. Famous orators, Lois Emmert, Donivan Hall, and Anna Culp ex- pound their theories to assembly. We discover Arthur Sharp is a solo- ist by his rendition of "Water Boy." 22-23. Girls' Inter Class Tourney. Sen- 24. 28. 2. 3-4. 6. 8. 9-10. 11. 14. iors win! Such a record!! 4 years straight! Maybe some other class will have a chance next year. Not mentioning any names, but -1- students seem to think we are hav- ing vacation this afternoon. Won- der wlzere they went and why? Last game of the season. Nappanee vs. Riley-52 to 38. Well, boys, you succeeded in winning 4 out of the last 6 games to comply with your part of the agreement. Junior band performs in the assem- bly. The drummers seem to be a half beat behind time. MARCH Gigantic pep session. Miss Kivett has the assembly decorated with bulldogs here, there, and every where. Basketball team looks scared sitting on the fancy deco- rated chairs on the stage. Tourney opens at Elkhart. Sectional Tourney at Elkhart. Nappanee beats New Paris 37-32. Already planning to go to the Regional. What an upset! Con- cord defeats Nappanee 38-36 in an overtime. Elkhart wins tourney by beating Concord. Listen to the grumblings and Gifs" concerning the Concord game. Elimination contest for band solo- ists. These surprise birthday par- ties for Seniors seem to be quite frequent. Juniors win Boys' lnter Class Tourney. Elkhart wins regional at Plymouth. Contest soloists play for assembly. THE NAPANET 1939 ,,i. l ,li.l..- Calendar 16. Photographer takes additional pic- tures. Rosemary Hoose was an- nounced as valedictorian and Cath- erine Mullett as salutatorian. 17. Such a hub-hub!! Everybody prac- ticing, janitors cleaning the build- ing, and Mr. Busche going around like a chicken with its head off in preparation for District Solo and Ensemble Contest. l8. District Solo and Ensemble Con- test at Nappanee. Over 550 en- tries. Nappanee wins in 9 events. 20. Blackboards all written up by stu- dents from visiting towns on Satur- day. 21-22. Halls and rooms resound with practicing of solos for the state con- test. 23. Seniors make first annual drive. 211-. No chorus class all week. Miss Lantz has been attending a Music Teachers' Convention in Detroit. 27. Senior Class meeting. Rev. Em- mert was chosen Baccalaureate speaker and blue caps and gowns were selected. 30. 10 senior boys receive basketball sweaters. APRIL 1. State Solo and Ensemble Contest at Valparaiso. Marjorie Martin goes to the National Contest the middle of May. Good luck, Marjorie. 4. Rev. Snyder talks to the senior high. 6. Annual Easter egg hunt led by the band. 7-10. Spring vacation. ll. Annual sales for 351.00 end. lf you haven't bought, you'll have to pay an extra quarter. THE NAPANET 1939 Busy day. Mechanical Drawing Class goes to Studebakers' this morning. ln the afternoon several seniors and Mr. Boose attend a Vo- cational Guidance program at Go- shen. Nappanee wins the track meet with Jimtown. Measurements for caps and gowns. Track meet at Walkerton won by Nappanee. A joint band and chorus program given at the Com- munity Building. Wanted-A pair of white suspenders instead of blue ones to wear under my new white band suit-Mr. Busche. Another Senior class meeting. We change our class flower from a white carnation to a pink one. Pete Moore re-established in school by apologizing to assembly. Honor Society presents program. District Band Contest at Columbia City. Annual goes to print. Annual Biology trip to Chicago. Two bus loads this time. MAY State Band Contest at Goshen. Chorus gives an afternoon concert. Senior class party at Community Park. A good time was enjoyed by all fwe hopej. Junior- Senior Reception. Thank you for the lovely evening. Baccalaureate. Commencement. Last day of school for 1938-39. Sorry we won't be back next year. FINIS SIXTY TXVO Just Imagine Banghart without at least five girls running after him. Dave Coppes not getting kicked out of Chemistry Class at least once a week The eighth grade girls not running after basketball stars. Evelyn Roose not talking. The Napanet without a staff. Dick Best without his spats. Members of drawing class there on time. George Price getting up early enough to eat breakfast before going to scliool Raymond Wise not talking about the farm. The teacher not wearing her ear muffs on a cold day. The Freshman team not mad at the referee. Speech students not griping about orations. Everett Gould and Kenny Copsey having dates. Glen Stillson getting his own drawings in drawing class. Carolyn not going over to see Bob Rensberge-r's sisters every night. Weldy without Gloria. Stillson ice skating with the same girl twice. Dave Stalnaker not in Warsaw on Sundays. Ruby Calbeck without uhern Johnny. Wilma Hamman walking home alone after home games. Thelma Hahn going out with the same boy twice. Bob Yarian not hanging around ,lean Oyler. Nappanee High School without the Leboes. Nappanee High School without a class of '39. Chemistry class without some disturbance. Rosemary Roose not on the honor roll. The Chemistry room not smelling like HQS after experiments. King picking on a girl above the Eighth grade. Ralph Greene going with anyone but Dorothy. N. H. S. without Cora and Dora. Max DeBow running after the girls. John Lynch an A student. The bell on the assembly desk not coming up missing at least once a year Rosemary Maust without her giggle. Speech students not being bawled out for talking in class. Lois Emmert without Bob Ganger. N. H. S. without G. R. George Bock not talking about baseball. THE NAPANET 1939 SIXTY-THREE Society 9TH ANNUAL FATHER AND SON HEY MEETING Welcome Address ......................,............................................... Donivan Hall Response .......,,.... ............ M r. Byers Vocal Quartet ,..........................,.........,.................................... George Rehrei Jack Byers, Carlyle Frederick, Harold Holaway Address ...r.. A ................... ............................................................. R ev. Stump Piano Solo ...... . ...... Ralph Jerles Renediction... ....,.... Mr. While FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FATHER AND SON BANQUET - JANUARY 19 Pot-luck Supper Welcome Address... ............................................ ......... R obert Malcolm Introduction of Guests Display of Trophy Cups .................... ..,...,,......... ......... M r . Byers Display of Antique Firearms ............................. ......................... M r. Byers Presentation of Awards in Pest-killing Contest ...................... Mr. Melvin Culp Motion Pictures on Fire Protection and Prevention ANNUAL JUNIOR- SENIOR RECEPTION May 19 Theme 4'The New York Worldls Fairn Program HA Trip to the New York World's Fairw Party THE NAPANET 1939 SIXTY-FOUR Society BACCALAUREATE Methodist Church Sunday evening, May 21 at 8:00 P. M. Program March ..........................................................,... ........ M rs. Howard Field Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones ..A.......,.............. High School Chorus Invocation ............ . ........ ................................ . . .......Wm. Arms Fisher .......Rev. E. S. Mullett Vocal Solo-Selected ....... ........................... ....... C a rlyle Frederick Scripture Reading ......... .......... R ev. J. Floyd Seelig Sermon ..................... ............................... ......... R e v. Harvey Emmert The Music of Life .................................................. .................. N oble Cain High School Chorus Benediction ........ ..........,........................... ........ R e v. L. E. Foudy COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Community Building Wednesday, May 24 at 8:15 P. M. Program The Minstrel Boy ...................................,.... Music When Soft Voices Die .................,...... Octet Invocation .... , ......,... ....... . . Vocal Solo ................. ........ ............................ Arthur Sharp Address, "Auf Wiederseheni' ............,............... ..,..... The Bluebirds ................................................. Now is the Month of Maying... ...................... High School Chorus Valedictory ......................................................... Presentation of Awards- For Hi-Y .................. For American Legion ......... For the School ........... Presentation of Diplomas .... Benediction .....,............. ...................John Vlnc ........Charles L. Herts Rev. Milton Bowman .Catherine Mullett Salutatory ........ .......... ....... ......... ........Selected Number Prof. Robert Phillips Leontovich .................Morley .......Rosemary Roosc ........Lawrence White Rev. J. Floyd Seelig .........Supt. J. A. Abell .......Prin. G. C. Roose .........Rev. Homer North THE NAPANET 1939 SIXTY-FIVE lilly - NAPANET 'S it E I 939 R Donivan Junior Arnott Eleanor Barrett Howard Berger Virginia Berger Paul Berkeypile June Best Ruth Blyly Hobart Blosser Priscilla Bock George Cleveland Carol Clouse Merle Clouse Vlildred Corwin Geraldine Davidhizar June Dumph Merle Dunnuck Edna Fink Eleanor Flora Elizabeth Furney Wade- Geyer Hilda George Mary Alice George Glenora Hall Phyllis Hare Paul Heckaman Richard Hockert Ronald Hoover Maynard Johnston Dorothy McCuen Alice Malcolm Burnett Martin Louise Mason John Mattern Clarice Mellinger Maxine Metzler Norma Metzler Harvey Miller Robert Miller Devon Moore Gerald Mullett J. Lorrel Mullett Glen Nettrour Morris Penrose Henry Pfeiffer Ernest Pletcher Minerva Pletcher Madlin Reed Ronald Ringenberg Robert Sharp Carl Sheets Robert Shively Carlyle Snider Inez Stahly Rosemary Stalnaker Earl Stouder Everett Stouder Dorothy Strauss Harold Stryker Donald Leroy Stump Eleanor Tobias Welbourne Tooker Katherine' Truex Kathryn Ulery .Tay Van Sickle Francis Earl Wagner ,Tames Wevgand Lester M. Widmoyer Robert Wise Alumni 1936-37 Purdue University Hiron's Metal Co. Farmer North Central College Medical Detachment Mrs. Ralph Biller Domestic Purdue University Manchester College At Home Mrs. David Stump Nunemaker's Food Shop At Home Rexall Drug Store Nappanee' Lbr. Sz Mfg. Co. Coppes, Inc. At Home Employed E. V. Publishing House Economy Grocery Domestic At Home Metzler Shoe Co. Mrs. Norman Thompson Farmer College of Commerce Huffman Bakery Farmer George Freese's Sons Manchester College Goshen College Mrs. Charles Culp Farmer At Home Mrs. Reed Newcomer Epworth Hospital Nappanee Milling Co. At Home Farmer Holly's Grill Bluffton College Truck Driver Mutschler Bros. Co. Truck Driver Amateur Radio Operator Nurses Training School At Home Coppes, Inc. Nappanee Green House Farmer Ashland College Miami University At Home Stephens College Farmer Widmoyer Kr Walters Drs. Slabaugh Km Slabaugh foflij Manchester College Elkhart Packing Plant Mrs. Russell Gonser Purdue Universitv E. V. Publishing House Elkhart Business College' Post Graduate Farmer Notre Dame Pletcher Motor Co. Indiana University THE NAPANET 1939 Lafayette-, Indiana Muncie, Indlana Nappanee, Indiana Naperville, Illinois Ft. Harrison, Kentucky Milford, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Lafayette, Indiana North Manchester, Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Miami, Florida Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana Warsaw, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana South Bend, Indiana- Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana North Manchester, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee Indiana Nappanee Indiana South Bend, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Kalamazoo, Michigan Bluffton, Ohio Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Detroit, Michigan Nappanee, Indiana Chicago, Illinios Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Ashland, Ohio Miami, Florida Nappanee, Indiana Columbia, Missouri Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana North Manchester, Indiana Elkhart, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Lafayette, Indiana Nappanee. Indiana Elkhart. Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee. Indiana South Bend. Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Bloomington, Indiana SIXTY-SIX Wave Anglin Edgar Burkey Loyal Burkholder Richard Cain Martha Chamberlain Donald Cleveland Doris Davidhizar Donnabelle Farrington Eugene Field Christine Frederick Dean Geyer Glennis Gmgerich Ruth Gwin Margaret Hahn LaFerne Hall Opal Hepler Verda Hershberger Lowell Hoffer Charles Holderman Robert Hochstettler Mary King Robert Lape Dean Lehman Freda Maust Betty Mellinger Earl Michael Edgar Miller Eloise Miller James Miller Kenneth Miller Marilyn Miller Pauline Miller Wayne Miller Robert Mishler Robert Mitchell Isabelle Moore Ruth Nicodemus Mary Osborne Elmo Phend Eldon Pippin Joy Pippen Quentin Slabaugh Dale Spicher Kathryn Stahly Geraldine Stouder Lawrence Swihart Gene Troxel Burns Van Sickle Julian Walters Evelyn Warren Lynn Wiseman SIXTY SEVEN Toy Factory Manchester College Farmer At Home North Central College At Home Fletcher Furniture- Co. Cox Coal Kr Lumber Go. Deceased Manchester College Huffman Bakery Goshen College At Home Domestic Domestic Mrs. Russell Mishler Goshen College Milk Truck Driver Huffman Bakery Nappanee Iron Works Rexall Drug Store At Home Kroger Store Goshen College License Bureau At Home Rexall Drug Store Telephone Oflice Pletcher Motor Co. George Freese's Sons Purdue University Domestic Holly's Grill Holly's Grill Huffman Bakery At Home Indiana Central College Mrs. Alfred McClure, Jr At Home Manchester College Post Graduate Holly's Restaurant Farmer At Home Mrs. Ralph Fink Deceased At Home Filling Station Attendant Notre Dame Boston Store Employed Alumni 1937-38 Warsaw, Indiana North Manchester, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Naperville, Illinois Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana North Manchester, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Goshen. Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Lafayette, Indiana Buffalo, New York South Haven, Michigan South Haven, Michigan Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana North Manchester, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana South Haven, Michigan Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Michigan City, Indiana South Bend, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana THE NAPANET 1939 THE NAPANET 1939 SIXT Y-EIGHT SPORTS ww Q IH Varsity Basketball RUN' I: Couch Herman Ss,-huler, 'Filson King. James Greene, Robert Rensl rger, Raymond XVise, Ralph Greene, George Bock Qtrainerl. IIUXV II: Glen Stillson John Lynch, George Price, Richard Pippen Gerald Banghart. FIRST TEAM SCHEDULE - Score- Nap. Opp. November 4 New Paris H 35 17 " 11 Rochester T 25 16 " 18 Bremen T 14 23 23 Wakarusa H 30 34 H 25 Kendallville H 30 24 December 2 Mishawaka T 17 19 " 3 North Side QFt. Waynej H 32 35 9' 9 Riley QSO. Bencll T 39 22 16 xwashington QSO. Bendl H 25 15 23 Goshen T 33 21 27 Concord Qunscheduledl H 45 36 " 23 Wakarusa H 38 17 January 6 :kMishawaka H 31 36 " 13 zliCentral QSO. Bendj T 27 , 56 " 20 :liMichigan City T 32 34 ', 27 :kGOshen H 40 23 February 3 :kElkhart T 31 34 ', 10 i'iLaPOrte T 28 25 " 17 Warsaw H 38 23 24 :iRiley QSO. Bendl H 52 38 :li Denotes Conference games. 642 548 THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTY The Players ROBERT RENSRERGER "Remy" We never realized how much Rensy was really worth until we lost him for a few games early in the season. The mainstay of our team because of his height and brainy playing. Robert will be lost by graduation. GLEN STILLSON "Sc-lz.Iif:" One of our fastest players, Glen is all over the floor, making longs, semi- longs, and pivots easily. His quick thinking and good shots helped get the team out of many a tight spot. Glen is a senior. GERALD BANGHART 'LBangy,' Fast playing, quick thinking, and a good shot, seems to characterize Bangy. Very good on defense he also has led many an offensive drive to victory. Gerald will receive his diploma this year. TILSON KING NTU" Stealing balls, tying up opponents in held balls, and making free- throws, seems to be Tilis specialty. A fast player he is thoroughly reliable at all times. Til is also a senior. JAMES GREENE "jim7' Playing best on defense, Jim also comes through with a basket when needed most. His ability to get rebounds has helped our team many times. Jim is leaving a wide breach by graduation. GEORGE PRICE "Port" George was an alternate sub and first five player. His ability to drive in and score on under-basket shots has helped win games. George will gradu- ate this year. JOHN LYNCH "REU, One of our better subs, John, is sent in every time a reliable player is needed. John's long shots were the method by which he broke into the scor- ing column. John is a senior. RAYMOND WISE "Rimo" Tall and fast Rimo is sent in immediately on the need of a pivot man. His ability to score pivot shots helped to win plenty games. Raymond also will graduate. RALPH GREENE '4Satch" Another tall and speedy player Ralph is usually one of the boys sent in first when a need is reached and he is always capable of handling the job. Satch leaves by the graduation route. RICHARD PIPPEN "Pip', The only undergraduate on the team Pip is one of the speediest boys on the floor and very good on defense. Pip is a Sophomore and no doubt he will be the mainstay of the Bulldogs in the next two years. THE NAPANET 1939 .. .. SEVENTYONE Some Outstanding Games MISHAWAKA 36 NAPPANEE 31 Nappanee came out on the short end of this game but only after a hard Hght. Height was lVlishawaka's chief advantage. The first quarter was slow moving, but the game speeded up in the second to give the Maroons a slim advantage of 16 to 13 at the end of the half. The Bulldogs put on a sprint in the third quarter to tie up the Cavemen but in the last quarter Mishawaka broke loose from the tenacious Bulldogs to win by a score of 36 to 31. ELKHART 311- NAPPANEE 31 Once again there was a very tight game between these two ancient rivals, the Blue Blazers and the Bulldogs. Breaking loose from the first in a very fast offensive, tight defensive, and a sinking of long shots, the Bulldogs so surprised the Blazers that at the end of the half Nappanee led to the tune of 18 to 7. But the Blazers didn't quit. Blazing back in the last half they start- ed a march, led by Glenn Mast, Elkhart star, which proved to be a march to a coveted victory. Playing fast and furious Elkhart found themselves with a one point lead and only a few minutes to go, so they sank another for good measure to clinch the game at the score of 34 to 31. SECTIONAL TOURNEY On March 2, 3, and 4, eleven schools of Elkhart County competed in the annual sectional basketball tourney which was held at the Elkhart Cym- nasium. Friday afternoon the highly touted Nappanee Bulldogs won a game from the New Paris Cubs. The Cubs were playing inspired basketball and having nothing to lose played the harder, but, in the fourth quarter the fa- vored Bulldogs began pulling away from the cubs, thereby advancing to the semi-final game with Concord. With the Bulldogs in the lead with but 90 seconds to go Concord scored to send the game into an overtime period. The Minutemen took advantage of the two personal fouls to win the game. The sharpshooting Concord quintet moved into the final game with the Blazers. After holding their own for three quarters of the game they finally bowed in defeat to the great Elkhart team, who won their third sectional crown in three successive years. THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTYTWO Second Team Basketball ROXV I: Coach Herman Schuler, Benard Stoudt--r, Alonzo Nia,-oclf-nuns, l.aMar Stouder, .Io Ilunnuck. Harold Copsey, George Bock ttrainf-rl, ROW II: Robert Mellinger, Robert Stump, Lowell lVlcCuen, Ray B+-an, 11+-von Hall. SECOND TEAM SCHEDULE - Score- Nap. Opp November 4 New Paris H 19 17 H 11 Rochester KO. TJ T 17 19 7, 18 Bremen T 31 5 H 23 Wakarusa H 23 9 1, 25 Kendallville H 27 23 December 2 Mishawaka T 16 23 " 3 No. Side Ft. Wayne QO. TJ H 22 211- " 9 Riley S. B. T 22 29 15 iWashington S. B. H 22 15 23 Goshen T 17 20 " 27 Concord fUnschedu1edj H 32 28 7' 30 Wakarusa H 24 20 January 6 lkMishawaka H 19 20 " 13 'FCentra1 S. B. T 19 27 " 20 XMichigan City T 16 21 " 27 Pkfioshen H 18 22 February 3 :klfllkhart T 15 25 " 10 D"LaPorte T 17 19 " 17 Warsaw H 25 24 " 24 14Riley S. B. H 24 17 'K Denotes Conference Games. SEVENTY-THREE O. T. Overtime Games. THE NAPANET 1 939 Tennis ROW I: Robert Stump, Coach C. E. Robbins, Robert Rensberger, RUXV II: Gerald B gh' t Plen Stillson, Richard Pippen, Tilson King. TENNIS SCHEDULE Nappanee 2 tlVIatchc-sl Riley S. B. 3 Nappanee 5 Elkhart 2 Nappanee 2 Central S. B. 3 fN0t Completed? Other season matches were rained out and finally canceled. CONFERENCE TOURNEY AT GARY Schools of Eastern and Western divisions of N. l. H. S. C. competed. Horace Mann finished first, Central S. B., second, Riley, third, Nappanee, fourth. Considering the class of competition and the number of schools compet- ing, 18 in all, our position was commendable. THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTY-FOUR Track ROXV I: Frank Yarian, Manager, Richard Avenniarg, .John Mullet, Mm-un Miller, Jams-S Green, George Prior-, Robert Rensberger, Tilson King, Richard Pippen. Arthur Sharp, Harold Copsey, XVayni- Best, Coach. ROW' II: Harold Ingle, Lisle Rouse. Raymond Kern, Hohvrt Johnston, Hay Iii-an, Lowell Gardner, Carl Bougher, Bill 'XVe-bster. April April April April April April May May May May TRACK SCHEDULE Jimtown - Nappanee Walkerton - Nappanee Wakarusa - Nappanee County Meet - Freshme Goshen - Nappanee County Meet Lakeville - Nappane Conference Meet Sectional Meet State Meet SEVENTY-FIVE at Nappanee at Walkerton at Wakarusa and Sophomore at Goshen at Goshen at Goshen at Nappanee at East Chicago at Elkhart at Indianapolis THE NAPANET 1939 Foreword AT THIS, THE CLOSE OF OUR FOURTH AND FINAL YEAR AT NAPPANEE HIGH SCHOOL, WE, THE CLASS OF 1939 OFFER THIS THE FOURTEENTH VOLUME OF THE NAPANET. IT IS OUR MOST SINCERE WISH, THAT IN THE FUTURE YEARS WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS ANNUAL, YOU WILL RECALL ALL THE EXCEL- LENT BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, TENNIS, AND TRACK TEAMS THAT HAVE COME OUT OF N. H. S. AND ESPECIALLY THE ONE WHO HAS BEEN HEAD COACH FOR THESE MANY YEARS. THE NAPANET 1939 Baseball RONV I: Gerald Hanghart, George Bock, Be-nard Stouder, Howard Burkholdt-r, LaMar Stouder, Devon Hall, lVillard Miller, Manager. ROXV II. Herman Schiller, Coach, Tilson King, Paul XXX-ldy, Alonzo Nic,-odenius, James Green Max XVr-aver, Ray Bean. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Score Score Nap. Opp. Nap. Opp. Sept. 14 Wakarusa T 8 4 Apr. 19 Open " 19 Bristol T 2 1 " 22 Culver T " 22 Concord T 10 0 " 25 Open " 26 Jimtown H 8 3 " 28 SCentral H " 27 Middlebury H 4 O May 2 'tElkhart T " 29 Millersburg H 16 0 " 5 tkLaPorte T Oct. 3 Bremen H 4 1 " 8 lfWashington H " 5 Bremen T 7 8 " 12 fkCentral T " 6 Jimtown T 6 6 " 13 i'Elkhart H it Denotes Conference Games " 16 'tRi1ey H " 18 ?Washington T The fall baseball team showed the Nappanee baseball fans that they were talented by losing only one game and tying one with Jamestown on ac- count of darkness. George Bock, Nappanee's ace hurler, pitched a no hit game against Millersburg, setting them down by a score of l6 to 0. The spring games will be much tougher to get by due to the conference games that are to be played, but, by playing the kind of baseball the boys did in the fall, we think they will get along very well. THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTY-SIX Coach IN 1927 A SLIGHT, MEDIUM BUILT M 'KN TOOK OVER THE COACHING WORK OF NAPPANEE HIGH SCHOOL AND SINCE THEN HAS PRODUCED BASEBALL AND BASKETBALL TEAMS THAT HAVE COMMANDED THE RESPECT OF ALL THE SURROUNDING SCHOOLS. THAT MAN WAS HERMAN 'GDUTCHU SCHULER. WITH HIM HE BROUGHT A NEW APPRECIATION OF SPORTSMANSHIP, TEACHING HIS PLAYERS NOT ONLY HOW TO PLAY WELL AND FAIR AT BASEBALL AND BASKETBALL, BUT ALSO PREPARING THEM FOR THE MUCH GREATER GAME OF LIFE. COMBINING COMMON SENSE WITH TRIED AND TRUE STRATEGY SEEMS TO BE DUTCH'S COACHING FORMULA. HE USES A QUIET CONSERVATIVE METHOD TO BRING FULL CO-OPERATION AMONG THE PLAYERS AND HIS EFFORTS HAVE NOT GONE UNREWARDED, FOR TO A COACH THE SATISFACTION OF HAVING A GOOD TEAM IS A REWARD IN ITSELF. IN HIS YEARS AT NAPPANEE HE NOT ONLY HAS EN- DEARED HIMSELF TO A MULTITUDE OF ATHLETES, BUT ALSO TO THE WHOLE STUDENT BODYg THEREFORE, IN A LONG OVERDUE TOKEN OF APPRECIATION, WE, THE CLASS OF 1939, DEDICATE OUR ANNUAL TO OUR COACH, DUTCH SCHULER. THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTY SEVEN Cheerleaders lt is the duty of the cheerleaders to get in front ofalarge basketball crowd and have them yell cheers in unison to show the basketball players that the whole school, as well as the other rooters, is behind them. Two girls were cheer leaders this year. Maureen Wiseman, Sen- ior and Anna Lou Stuckman, Sophomore. Both are popular girls at Nappanee and their ability to produce the aforementioned yells, and their originality in forming new yells has proven their fitness for the job. Student Manager Taping and wrapping ankles and sore spots, taking care of all the basketballs, playing suits, and all the other equipment, and dur- ing a game keeping the players supplied with towels, balls and knee pads, all go to prove that being a student manager is a hard job and well worth all the extra curricular points received. This job was very capably handled the forepart of the season by Willard Miller, but later was placed in the equally capable hands of George Bock. THE NAPANET 1939 SEVENTY-EIGHT G. A. A. RONV I: Mary Ann Fox, Arlene Bigler, Bennie Sue Blackburn, Joan Mellinger, Maxine Jensen, Marjorie Corwin, .Jeanette Slabaugh, Charlotte Slabaugh, Reatha Duinph, Olive Hutt, XVilma I-Iamman, Anna Ruth Mullett. RONV II: Maureen YViseman, Ruby Holloway, Verna Slahaugh, Julia George, Betty Callander, Miss Hoover tsponsorl, Eleanor Phend, Martha XVagner, Kathryn Hartter, Donabelle Sheets, Dora Linn. RONV III: Anna Lou Stuekman, Dorothy Malcolm, Esther HnI't'man, .If-an Harter, Anna Mao Reed, Charlotte Shaum, Kathryn Berkeypile, Phyllis Kurtz, Mary Nettrour, Marilyn Stahly, Betty Collins, Elsie Bougher. ROXV IV: Isabel Doering, Jean Schell, Norma Bakrr, Corabelle Shaum, Lois Muntz, Betty Phend, Lillian Scchrist, Vivian Postma, Jean Oyler, Eloise Stahly, Mary Teeter. ROVV V: Marilyn Richmond, Helen Linn, Eileen Madlem, Carol Hahn, Nora Nettrour, Carolyn Gentzhorn, Georgia Hoffer, May Muntz, Marilyn Slagle, Lois W'agner, Joy Hoffer, Jeanne Alice Mishler. ROVV VI: Norma Sechrist, Norma Sechrist, Phyllis Sechrist, Isabelle Rt-nsberger, Betty Miller, Josephine Mullett. President ................ Martha Wagner Sec.-Treas. .......... Elner Hochstettler Vice President ...... Josephine Mullett Sponsor ........................ Miss Hoover In 1931, Miss Heestand, Miss Heckeman, Mr. Goodrich and Mr. Schuler organized the Girls' Athletic Association. This organization was or- ganized to give the high school girls a chance to participate in athletics and to Win monograms. The Girls' Inter Class Tourney which is sponsored by the G. A. A. has been Won for the last four years by this year's graduating class. The club which is sponsored by the Student Council offers seven sports in which the girls may take part. These are basketball, baseball, volley ball, track, tennis, hiking and bicycling. In order for a girl to receive her monogram she must earn 150 points. She earns these by participating in at least four and not more than six sports. Also by being a captain of a team, keeping score, keeping time and referee- ing. After she has earned her 150 points she receives a small QNHSJ mono- gram which entitles her to buy a six inch QNJ monogram. Martha Wagner ' THE NAPANET 1939 .-.-'rl SEVENTY NINE Noon Basketball Teams 1938-1939 Seniors Wade Richmond, Captain Robert Clark Kenneth Copsey Junior Dumph Everett Gould Donivan Hall Paul Weldy Marvin Miller George Bock Arthur Sharp Juniors George Rehrer, Captain Carlyle Moore Willard Miller Dave Stalnaker Charles Pletcher Howard Miller Ralph Hollar Sophomores Wilfred Wise, Captain Thomas Wegmiller T..aMar Metzler Bill Muntz Robert Yarian Max Weaver Joe Richer Harold Holaway Carl Bougher Robert Arnott Freshmen Willis Roose, Captain Hobart Johnston Dave Johnson Pat Doyle Walter Reed Robert Wenger Lowell Gardener Raymond Miller F. F.A. Howard Burkholder, John Malcolm Robert Malcolm Dale Berger Mervin Miller Everett Rummel Amos Sheets Howard Kurtz Oyfcinls Gerald Banghart Ray Bean Lowell McCuen LaMar Stouder Devon Hall Captain The above teams formulate the senior high noon-basketball teams The Juniors won 8, lost 3 and tied l to claim the honor of being the winning team. Then, by defeating the Seniors and the Freshmen, the Juniors also won the inter class tourney. THE NAPANET 1939 EIGHTY JOKES az AUS U OL c X .A U0 I 1 gg ' J 5 I , 7 u T THE NAPANET 1939 PIPPENGERS SERVICE STATION Phone 17 GULF PRODUCTS WASHING AND GREASING nxnunnnmnnnnninmunnnninrnI.1ininmmnnnnunun Walters and Walters Drugs - Books - Stationery Wall Paper and Paints N appanee Indiana DRY CLEANING 24 HOURS SERVICE SUITS - CAPS OVERCOATS SUEDE JACKETS HATS SILK DRESSES EVERYTHING YOU WEAR Nappanee Cleaners E. B. MARTIN, Prop. THE NAPANET 1939 Miss Watters: I want an example of a prepositional phrase as an ad- jective modifier, George. George Price: I thought you would. Lois Hahn: Oh, John, letis don't park! Oh John, Iet's donlt - - - Oh John, let's - - - - Oh John, ---- on! ----- -.-- 1 '4Kiss me or I'll scream," said the co-ed to her ho -friend when the Y chaperon left the room for a minute. "Drink Milk for Health's Sake" NAPPAN EE DAIRY Pasteurized Dairy Products and Ice Cream at Your Door Daily PHONE 490 All Milk from T. B. Tested Herds. nvuulnnlululuinnuluInin:iru1nnnnunnlnlnlunuunnnnnnnn Motor Repair Service That must have YOUR "OK" GLEN GEYER'S GARAGE Nappanee, Ind., on Road 6 PHONES: Day - 245 Night - 477 EIGHTY TVVO Elimnuumnmn nm mmm-mm uYou have told the courtf, said 5 the attorney for the defense, "that this is the person who knocked you - down with his motor-car. Could 5 you swear to the man?', 'GI did," returned the complain- ant, "but he only swore back at me and drove on." Caller: Is your son in college? Mother: I think so. The author- 5 ities haven't written for a week. : Our idea of a huddle system is Sth grade girls in an out-of-town ' car. ---- Meaning Wakarusal nnunn unnnumnnun nun City Electric Company : IVAN P. MILLER Proprietor 5 152 N. Main St. Tel. 18 ulnnnlulnulululnlnuunInIInIulullAllIInInllnlnuulnnlullll I L JOHN MQCORMICK Hi-Grade Fuels - Whiting Stokers Builder's Supplies 5 So. Madison St. Phone 394 Nappanee, Indiana Compliments of NAPPANEE LUMBER 8: MFG. CO. FOLDING CARD TABLES FOLDING CHAIRS HIGH CHAIRS BABY CRIBS SUMMER FURNITURE Distinctive Furniture by Nappanee El EIGHTY-THREE THE NAPANET 19.39 .iliii .ill-1 El El You Know Good Foot Wear Can Be Found At M e t z l e r ' s "We Fit Your Feet" Widths AAA to EEE Rollins Hosiery - Florsheim Shoes METZLER SHOE CO. "Metz" "Dan" "Bag" tlllllllllllllllullllllnllllllllllllllllnllllll ullllulllllzl COX COAL AND LUMBER CO. COAL, LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES George Price: Did this class have a test yesterday while Bangie and I were absent? Miss Watters: Yes, George. George: That means that Bangie and I have to take a test, doesn't it? Miss Waters: That's right. George: Well, how about tonight. Miss Watters: Oh George, this is so sudden! Mr. Foulke in Chemistry: What reason have we to believe that the earth is warm beneath the surface? Gerald Banghart: 'Cause animals hibernate. Home FM7'7lZIhZ'11gI Home A pplzkmcer PLETCHER FURNITURE CO. Telephone 62 NAPPANEE, INDIANA t-1--x-'xnz--xv-:Q-z--z--:Q-:Q-:Q-1+ "The Furniture City of Northern Indiana" sz-sz'-z--x--x--1--1-'x--if-x--z--x-1 SIMMONS BEDDING - MAYTAG WASHERS an ---------- ----- EJ THE NAPANET 1939 EIGHTY FOUR El...-.--ln... Are you fond of dancinb' l hop to tell you so? : Gerald Banghart: Take "Hod,, 5 for instance. Ralph Greene: You keep her, l have a girl. Many il girl with a negative per- sonality may be developed in a dark room. Moral He kissed her anyway. nnnmmuumnunnunnnuunnnnnn Nappanee Advance News The only publication with the interest of Nappanee at heart. SCHOOL SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Eluluuln EIGHTY-FIVE Compliments of Deluxe Motor Sales Kacy Calbeck Desoto Plymouth Baringer's Cafe Good Food at Reasonable Prices Cigars - Ice Cream COMPLIMENTS OF B 8z B CAFE "Just a Good Place to Eat" THE NAPANET 1939 il E: LLB CONTENTS CLAS SES ORGANIZATIONS LITERATURE SPORTS JOKES ff ADS X, X , XI I I H iii THE NAPANET 1939 Wx nmn Compliments of Fred E. Cluen Lawyer IlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIIllllllllllIllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll Progressive Shoe Shop H. B. RICHMOND, Prop. 107 W. Market St. MODERN SHOE REPAIRING Edison Mazda Lamps Electrical Supplies Phone 174 annnnnnnunnunmnnnnuunnn Widmoyer 6-5' Walters The Home of Q U A L I T Y M E A T S Phone 53 South Main mmnnmnummm ummnumnnnmnm1 Miller Service Station Standard Oil Products WASHING - GREASING TIRE REPAIRIN G E. Market St. Phone 212 Betty Callander to Tom Weg- miller: My mother doesn,t think i should park in front ofthe house with a hoy and then sit there for an hour. Tom: Oh ---- tAnd parks else- wherej Young flapper to umight-be-hus bandn: Do you know why I won't marry you? MM.-B.-H.7': I canlt think. Flapper: That's right. Tilson King: I like to watch a snowstorm - - - inside the library. umnunnunnnnnnnnnuunlnnnnlannununnnnnnunmmmnm E. NEWCOMTER 6? SON Jewelers and Optometrists EXTEND A cordial invitation to inspect their store on South Main Street Where a complete line of jewelry and gift articles for every oc- casion will be found THE NAPANET 1939 EIGHTY SIX I A ...g-.. """".....f---"'u1"'uur M.-a.nufacture1 s Scl eens Desks Costumers and Venetian Blinds NAPPANEE INDIANA U S A Phone 175 -9 v-.-- 3...-v.-5.1-... MII l - ' 1 -ps. -:as I iv. Let us liven up your home with 100f PERFECT VENETIAN BLINDS ,. ..,,.,1,: z g1.3i:12i1:: - '!?V.?? I 32325 A j .I A 5:1fsf!25'4 Q, f I 5515? 1 ' I rr." sg-5551 .,-,. V 4 Ifis, ?fif'5?fi2i?3 .,s.n, ,. ..e.,4e 1 ,o,.4,, - .- 2 :M as - A- 5f5.:51.e k l f '- --:zzz . 1' 1:1 114: :,.::: :L " I , 4:-:., . .... 5 gulluulnlu: um E GEORGE L. LA MB, Inc A L I E .." '71 .'.' ,'.'..' 1 .i .',,".,,.'.'.,,.'.'..'-" 7 ""' LUAIQ 2 ii ' - - N Q Q I H 41 ,I fi I 2 3 N-A2-Q is as IF Si k In tml JL' assi ,,J, E' u 9: : ' " :'12 E"A "--X -A Insist on LAMB Venetian Blinds , . H A R T E R ' S Sporting Goods RETAILERS OF FINEST SPORTING GOODS IN NORTHERN INDIANA GOSHEN, INDIANA Elllnlulluun lull E EIGHTY-SEVEN THE NAPANET 1939 Vitreous Steel Products Co. V I T R E O T A B L E T 0 P S Nappanee Indiana uxnnnuununuununnnnnunmmunnmnnnnuml STILLSONS' MEN'S and BOY'S WEAR CLEANING - PRESSING Dr. Geo. L. Oyler DENTIST . Q PHONES: Office 251 Residence 434 Nappanee, Ind. Schultz Bros. Co. Featuring 5c to 551.00 Merchandise New Maust Bldg. Nappanee, Ind. THE NAPANET 1939 Mr. Byers in Biology trying to find the basis for one7s emotions: Where do you do your loving? Bob Copsey: Down on North Main Street. Mr. White: ln which of his bat- tles was King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden slain? Phyllis Kurtz: l'm pretty sure it was the last one. Shirley Walters to Tilson King, after a quarrel: You neednit expect me to meet you at the library to- morrow night! lf you are there l won't come! unnuumnnununun PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS :nununnununnunxnunnunnuunnmlunnnnnunnnnnnununnv BUY sHoEs THE NEW WAY v - v ' 1' , A Gotham Hosiery : Electric I E V- Sho-e Repairing 2 'fit -gl .- sTUcic1if1AN's SHOE' sHoEs F I T T I N Q nnnnunnunnlunnuuunullunu nm nunnununulunlll EIGHTY EIGHT Mr. Hoover: And by the way Dorothy, I wish youid stop asking young Greene to call. He's a miser- able pup. Dorothy: Oh dad! Love me, love my dogl The schoolboy, after profound thought, wrote this definition of the word i'spine," at his teacher's re quest. UA spine is a long, limber bone. Your head sets on one end and you set on the otherfi ummm nun uuunu Corsages for the N E W G R A D U A T E Nappanee Greenhouse Telephone No. 156 nn1nuannununnnnlnnnunnnnnnnnnnlnnu AUBURN STOKERS PURITAN WATER SOFTENERS Compliments of Plumbing E? Heating Service HOWARD PONTIOUS 152 N. Main Street Tel. 18 I ILIHTY NINE nuunuuunumunuunumunnunnn unmuu mum CALBECK OIL CO. Dealers in HIGH GRADE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Nappanee, Indiana Phone 247 A. H. KAUFMAN 65' COMPANY G E N E R A L S T O R E Compliments of Owen B. Leonard Attorney at Law O. N. LENTZ Dentist X-RAY 108 S. Main St. Phone 154 THE NAPANET 1939 1 EI ..................... ,,,,,,,.,..EI O. D. DAVIS Sheet Metal and Plumbing 154 East Market Street Myers Pumps - Shellane Gas Stoves MILLERS' GROCERY Save Every Day Thru The I. G. A We Deliver Phone 96 Inuunninin:nununnnannumnnnInlannununnxnuunn nnunun MOTHER'S BREAD The freshest and most extensive line of bakery products in Northern Indiana HUFFMAN BAKERY COPPES HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP GOOD MEALS and GOOD BEDS Compliments of Drs. Deifrees 69' Fleetwood Physicians and Surgeons nnnummu unnunnnmnun Compliments J. S. Slabaugh, M. D. L. M. Slabaugh, M. D. Compliments of M. C. HAHN Heating Engineer Heating Equipment - Stokers Air Conditioning E nnnunnm nnnunn THE NAPANET 1939 NINETY Enlunnnuu um E HARTZLER MOTOR CO. Authorized 111- -- s sn L E s smzvxcn FORD CARS FORD TRUCKS Body and Fender Repairing and Refinishing Corner Main and Lincoln NAPPANEE INDIANA annununnnnunnanununnnnnunnnnu Inuununnnunuunnunnunnuuunnnnnnnnnun : SHOP AT THE - SAVE WITH Save-Way Food Market E E AND SAVE MONEY 5 A 5 We Feature the Highest Quality Foods Q at the Lowest Possible Prices. M. E. MULLETT 112 s. Main sr. TELEPHONE : Manager Phone 7 : lun ununInunnnnununnunu nnnnnl nun Compliments of 5 NAPPANEE THE OHIO OIL 2 COMPANY TELEPHONE Phone 415 , o. E. CHRISTNER, Mgr. C 0 M P A N Y ............... ----------- E THE NAPANET 1939 ' NINETY-ONE El El Manufacturers of I O F A A P A N E E Dzrlllzagf Room Alzmyf Open For Your I1zqJertz'on mnmnnmnuuu nunnannuanannnunnnununlunn:nun nun: nununxun Good for 3 Generations QUALITY FAMILY FLOURS And Cereals Made by NAPPANEE t MILLING COMPANY Poultry - Hog - Dairy Feeds that are Superior - Efficient - Economical I3 I3 THE NAPANET 1939 NINETY-TWO Mr. Foulke to Dave Coppes: l I think that if we both pull together - - - - we can pull you through this year. Dave, after much pondering: Well, Homer, let's pull. Josephine lVlullett: Copseyl Stop! Bob Copsey:Y0u don't mean it, Jo? Jo: You just kiss me again and see! Carlyle Frederick to friend: l sang 6'What,ll l Do" to Mary last night. Friend: Well ---- Carlyle: Well, she started in on Hliiss Me Againfi Hatfield E6 Hostetter Quality with Economy WILSON BROS. FURNISHINGS PORTER HATS - CAPS nnulunnununnnnunuunnuuannnununuunnnnnlnnun J. R. Arnott 6? Son Real Estate and Insurance Wisler Building W. C. BEST E6 SON HOME DRESSED BEEF, PORK VEAL AND LAMB Phone 71 Dr. C. S. Kahler DENTIST X-Ray PHONE 172 N A Y L 0 R ' S Home Store LITTLE ELF FOODS QUALITY MEATS NAPPANEE INDIANA Phgne 149 "Insurance with Service" NINIETY THREE THE NAPANET 1939 EJ ...............El PLETCHER MOTOR COMPANY BUICK - PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE - FRIGIDAIRE SALES ANU SERVICE PHONE 118 Compliments STATE BANK of 0F Drs. PFICC 6? PTICC Physicians and Surgeons : YOUR NUNEMAKER FOOD BANKING BUSINESS IS Phone 61 APPRECIATED We Deliver EI .......... --.--.----.-..- III THE NAPANET 1939 NINETY FOUR

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