Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

 - Class of 1942

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' 'F ' ' -, ' ,-.4 '. 1 .., ' . - . T - V .X m. 1 4 I 4 ll Galen C. Roose Principal Mathematics Goshen College Manchester College Indiana University A. B., M. S. Embarking forth into this complicated world, we, the Class of l942, realize we have a hard road before us. But as we travel onward we will carry with us the knowledge we have gained these last four years. We shall al-ways remember the teachers who have worked so hard to give us this knowledge and experience which will help us to make a place in the world for our- selves. In the future our nation will need lead- ers, more so than ever before. Up to now we have had helpful guidance, but soon we shall have to make more of our own deci- sions. You, the faculty of Nappanee High School, have done your utmost to make us useful citizens, now it is up to us to prove our worth and make this world a better place in which to live. Karl Freese, fr. lllrs. Lowell Roose Lalllar lllutscliler Treasurer. Board of Secretary, Board of P1 esident Boaid of Education Education Education 2 i fpacrf-Q I Wayne Best History. Social Science Manchester College A. B. Frances Barnard English, Public Speak- ing Goshen College A. B. Henry Buselie English, Band Indiana Central Col lege A. B. " Erma Blank Vocational Home Eco nomics, English Indiana University A. B. Butler College Ball State College Virginia Crane Homer Foulke Art, English Indiana State T4-aclivrs C'ollt-gc B. S. Charles Byers Vocational A gr r i 1- ul ture, Biology Purdue University Purdue School of Agri culturi- B. S. Esther Hoover English, Pliysical Edu cation Indiana Univ'-rsity A. B. University of Ualifol' nia L. A. Ball State Te:it'hwi'S COIltlge: St-ienctf Indiana State T4'Ht,'lll'l'S Cfllll-gal Ph. IT. Indiana University M. S. Pliicago University XVashim,:ton State L'ni4 versity , Gail Crabill Industrial Arts Ball State T1-zu'l1tAi's Collf-ge B. S. ' Ferne Lu nt: Music Goshvn College Uliicappo Art Institute Arthur Jordan Con- servatory llutlei' Ui1ix'el':2ity B. M. ClfII'l'lIl'l' Hulaway Ilistory, Latin, Mulht nizitics, th-opgiwlliliy Gosh:-ii Coll'-p,:c A. ll XVinon:i Suniniv.-r Svlmol Indiana. Univ. M, S. .llildred Sf11'1'1'fy Eiiglisli, l-listory BlHlll'llt'Slt'I' Vollt-gm X l ..i. Noi'tliwf-sttsrii lfnix' Indiana Univ:-rsity Hernmn E. Srfzlzfvr Uoach. Il:-zilth, Math. nizitivs, l'l1ysic-nl lid. Indizina L'i1ix'vi'Sity I.. li., A. li. 1'liit-algo L'iiivei'sity XVasliiiip:'ton State L'. Uoltiliilvia Univ. M. S. llI1l'I'l'W l'f ISIIIIU 1 milliit-iw-ixil Winoiin Sumnici- Svlimrl India na Station L. l,ln,nlug.g1i' tl tlusllvn t'ull1-ge A. I RIJlll1'I'lE'Sll'l' Poll.-gp Doris l,tll'I'illlI.1t'f Clerk l,l1It'f4'lIC't1 lf'f11'te History Blain-liesl .-X. R. vi' t'ollvg'4- lflrill State 'Feat-livi's 1n'li:in:i L'iiix'f-rsity M. S. E322 ' Semcw Ufficwn MAX GWIN fMaxiej "Penny flessj Serenade." Vlvi.-iN Pos'rMA tViv5 "ML and Mrs. is the Name." XVALTER REED fFishJ 'Tim Faid the Mama Fishy Firn if oo Tan." S ' Qlaaaflfaiw President ....... ..... M AX Gwnv Vice President .......... . . .WYALTER REED Secretary and Treasurer .......... VIVIAN POSTMA Class Colors .......... .... C R1MsoN AND WHITE Class Flower . . . ........... RED ROSE Class Motto. . . ....... LABOR OMNIA VINCIT Class Sponsors ....... MR. ABELL AND MR. RoosE In 1938. we, the Class of '42, began our four-year journey through high school. Our destination was Graduation. At first the high school building. the teachers, and the upperclassmen. all confused us but after the first lap of our journey we were well- estahlished on our way. Z A few times we wandered off our route for a class party. Everyone had a swell time at the skating parties. hay ride. and other parties. The last lap of our journey was the most import- ant and we knew we would need a Max Gwin was the student's choice Reed as his assistant. Vivian Postma continued taking care of our finances. Mr. Abell and Mr. good leader. with Walter Roose served as our guides. At last, after four years, we have reached our destination! May we in the future. on the journey of life, be as successful as we have been on our journey through school. N 1 ELSIE BOUGHER lSp0cdl "Slap Happy Lassiefi PAUL CLOUSE lllloonl 'aOli Yon Crazy Moon!" NORMA DIESCH lDl'L'SCZ1l "Give a twarrenl Heart a Break." RICHARD COUNTS 1Dubl "Tap Room Blues." MARY EDITH DUMPH lillaryj "When Your Old Wedding Ring Was New." PAT DOYLE lDoy1el HFaitl1ful Forever." DORIS FOUDY 1Dodol uI've Got My Loverto Keep Me Warinf' STANLEY rAriiilNGToN lsmny L'Morning Affe1'.i'lE 'I i MARYANN L. FOX fFox1'cj "Bury Me Oution the.Lone Prairie JUNIOR FRENCEa,fZe1wy HSince the Farmer in tlie Dell Learned to Swing." JULIA GEORGE llulicl "It,s So Peaceful in the Country." LOWELL GARDNER lGard1'el nDown by the Railroad Tracks." CAROL HAHN l.Curlj :'Love Me a Little." WILBUR GAUT lWilbj HAI1 Old Flame Never Dies." MAXINE HERSHBERGER Ullackzfej Hwhen You and I Were Young, Mackie." ROBERT GEYER lShantyl 'Tm in Good Shape." GEORGIA HOFFER fPeachj uLet's Break the Good Newsf' BILL HENLEY fBilll "I,ve Got a One Track Mind." I RUBY HoLLowAY qzeubyy f-My Bud fdyjf, DARWIN HIVELY lferkj "Am I in Love'?,' MAXINE JENSEN IZUIIIIIIGJ "Can't We Be Friends?" .K , E il 1- .M n CASSEL HOKE Uakfll "Bounce Me Bmtherf,.With -, .- ' I X. Four! ,V YR 3, a Solid NORMA KR1NQxlfil.yiv0ffQji Hllve Got 3ivRIllgiliO.ll IVIYL Finger. EARL HOLDERIMNJQZTJTIJ "Do I Vl'orry?lD'l JOAN MELLINCER lfoanl 'sliiss the Boys Goodbye." WILLARD I-IOOVER fIl7'ill1'el "Somebody Stole My Calf' BETTY MILLER fBetIieJ "Oh Italia '77 DAVID JOHNSON fDaveJ "Little David Play on Your Harp." EILEEN MADLEM lMadlemJ "If I Could Be Where I Want to Be HOBERT JOHNSTON lflobel "Slow Freightf' MAY MUNTZ Ulluej '6Sophisticated Ladyf' RAYMOND KERN fSkipj "Somebody Nobody Loves." JOSEPHINE MULLETT ffoj c'Streamline Strut? WILLARD LOSEE lToadJ 4'Little Man Who Waslft Theref' N WILMA NETTROUR CWimpJ 'Tm .lust a Jitterbugf' JAMES MARTIN Uimj NI Havenlt a Thing to Wear." I RAYMOND MILLER ffltleyj "Don't Let Julia Fool Ya!" JEAN OYLER l0yIeriI 'iLady Who Couldift Be Kissed." LISLE ROOSE 1Nubby, fr.j "Hey Doc!" ELEANOR PHEND tCabbyj HOI1 How I Hate to Get up 111 the Morning." WILLIS Roose tsfzop "Big Noise from Winnetka," ANNAMAE REED tReedb "Let Me Smile My Last Smile at Youfi ORA STOUT 4Tract0rj "I Wvisli I Had Died in my Cradle." MARILYN RICHMOND 15017 "My Gal Salf' BILL WIEBSTER lB6Clfll.6'l "I Came, I Saw. I Conga'd." NORMA SECHRIST 4Norm1 J 'LCalifornia. Here I Come!" FRANCIS WELDY lfiranciel uAn Apple for the Teacher." CHARLOTTE SHAUM ifflziclfj HChica ChliciBooni Chief, .IEANETTE fStrau'berryj ustrawbepr-g,lQIo1ggIae,f4' MARILYN ly3 UI D0n't Ylang-tp,,2i6t the World on Firef' THEDA TYNDALL ' fflngelj '4Pardon My Southern Accent." KIRBY ALEXANDER fKirbyJ uChicago." Ji! S'74' Kirby fllexander Hi-Y -l: Baseball 3: lfootball 2, 3 3 -. i . Elsie Bouglzer G. A. A. 1. 2, 3: "Almost Eighteen" 4. Paul Clause Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4. Rielzarfl Counts Hi-Y 2. 3: Noon Basketball 1, 2, 4: Track 2. Narnia Diesel: Librarian 2, 3. Pat Doyle Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2. 3, 4: Base- ball 3. 4: Track 2: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: "Almost Eighteen" 4: Noon Basketball 1: Student Council 1, 2: Snap Shot Editor, Napanet 4: Band 1, 2. lllury Edith Dumpli Chorus 1. 2: Gli.-e Club 1, 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. -l. Slanley Farrington Noon Basketball 1: Tratiic 3. Doris Foudy Girl Reserves 1: Olin-retta 2. lllaryann L. Fox Faculty Secretary 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Band 2. 3, 4. funior Frenger Future Farmers 1, 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball if, 3. 1. Lowell Cardn er Basketball 2: Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4: Track 1, 2. Unilliur Gaul Attendance Monitor 1, 3: Traflic Ass't 1. Julia George Band 1. 2. 3. 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Future Honie Make-rs 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2: Band Treasurer 4: Operetta 2, -I. Robert Geyer Student Council 2, 4: Pres. Student Council 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Student Manager 2, 3, 4: Uperetta 2, 3: "Almost Eighteen" 4: Fi-Kem 3, 4: Business Manager. Napanet 4: Glee Club 3: National Honor Society 4: Jr. Con- servation Club 3, 4: 1-'rt-s. Jr. Conservation Club 3, -i: Vice l'res. of Class 1. I lllax Cwin. Hi-Y 3, 4: Fi-Kem 4: Noon Basketball 3, 4: Art Editor, Napanet 4: "Almost Eigh- teen" 4: Debate 4: Class Pres. 4: Vice Pres. Hi-Y 4: Vice Pres. of Fi-Kem 4: Student Council 4: National Honor Society 4. Carol Halzn Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4. Bill Henley Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 2. 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3. 4. lllaxine Hersh berger A G. A. A. 1: Glee Club 1, 2: "Almost Eigh- teen" 4: Operetta 2. Darwin Hively Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. Georgia Hojfer G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: "Almost Eighteen" 4. Cassel Holce Librarian 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Operetta 2, 3: Secretary Fi-Kem 4: 1-i-hem 3, 4. Earl Holderman Chorus 1, 2: Future Farmers 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 2, 3: Basketball 4. Ruby Holloway G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 2: Editor, Napanet 4: "Almost Eighteen" 4. Willa rd Hoover Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3: Class Pres. 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Sports Editor, Napanet 4: Basketball 2. Maxine Jensen G. A. A. 1: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4. David foll nson Band 1, 2: Baseball 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Noon Basketball 1. Hobert foli nston. Noon Basketball 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Raymond Kern .I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. Norma Kring Girl Reserves 1. 2. 3. 43 CTIOFUS 1, 23 GIGS Club 1, 2: Operetta 2. Willard Losee Baseball 2, 3, 4. 5 ' Helm' Eileen Madlem Marilyn Richmond Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Secretary of Future Home Makers 4: National Honor Society 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Student Council 4. fames Ma rtin. Hi-Y 2 3, 4: Treasurer of Hi-Y 4: Ass't Business Manager and Circulation Manager, Napanet 4: Noon Basketball 4. loan Mellinger Class Pres. 1: Girl Reserves 1, 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Librarian 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2. Betty Miller G. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Band: 1, 2, 3. Raymond Miller Noon Basketball 1, 2: Future Farmers 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Track 3, 4. Josephine Mullet! Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 4: Band Vice Pres. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3: G. A. A. Pres. 2, 3: Operetta 3: Class Pres. 3: Student Council 4: National Honor 1, 3: Society 4: Glee Club 1, 3: Chorus Calendar Editor, Napanet 4. Ma Muni: 3' G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Home Makers 2 3, 4. Wilma Netlrour G, A. A, 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 2. ,lean Oyler Gfirl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Home Makers 3, 4. Lisle Roose Noon Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Fi- Kem 3, 4: Student Council 4: Pres. of Hi-Y 4: Sec. of Hi-Y 3: Pres. of Band 4: Vice Pres. of Fi-Kem 3: Vice Pres. of Class 3: Assistant Editor, Napanet 4: Glee Club 3: Operetta 3, 4: "Almost Eighteen" 4: Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4: Drum Major 4: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: Quartet 3. 4. Willig Roose Noon Basketball 1: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track l. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pres. of Student Council 3: Quartet 3 4: Sec. of Hi-Y 4: Joke Editor, Napanet 4: Jr. Conservation Club 3, 4: Operetta 2, 4. Norma Sech risl C I1 Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Sextet 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Pres. of Girl Reserves 4: Student Council 3, 4: Sec. of Student Council 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Librarian 3, 4: Alumni Editor, Napanet 4: Operetta 2. arlotte Shaum Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1: National Honox' Society 4: Uperetta 1. feanelle Slabaugh Band 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Vice Pres. of Future Home Makers 3: Sec. of Band 4: "Almost Eighteen" 4: Glee Club 2, 4. Marilyn Stahly 'rl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G' Literary Editor, Napanet 4: Operetta 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Sextet 2: Chorus 2, 3 3: Faculty Secretary 4: Librarian 4. : Trio Eleanor Phend Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty Secretary 4: Debate 4. Librarian 4: "Almost Eighteen" 4. Ora Stout Noon Basketball 1: Basketball 3. r1.f.za Tyndall Vivian Pgsgma Girl Rgsierveslxivl: "Almo1st Eighteen" 4: Lit- Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: ermy nor' apanet ' Chorus 1, 2: Class Secretary and Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Sextet 1, 2. Bill Webster A,-mamae Reed Track 1, 2, 3: Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4: Pres. of Future Home Makers 4: Faculty Secretary 4. Walter Reed Noon Basketball 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 3: Quartet 3, 4: F1-Kem 3. 43 Operetta 2, 3: Track 1: Basketball 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1. Francis Weldy Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Fi-Kem 3, 4: Quartet 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Student Council 4: Debate 4: Operetta 2, 3: "Almost Eighteen" 4: Pres. Fi-Kem 4: Pres. National Honor Society 4. 'f 1, . 1 .41 .L . ,. D 'Q 5 if- .4, lv-' 1 .Q 3, H f "5 , A W P X I , e ., .. 1 V in ,lay 'W A,..- -v.. J! 'xx P . 1" C-.5 L 1 1: 1- v ,, . 'sf fr. r V J. 1' J 1- "f 5 -. v'S?.f 5 -0' ?'3'af' , ' I Lg! . n 1' .--mx, ,,, . I' ' . ...V . 1 - ', 4 ,K f. , I 'Lf 5 4 - 5 fi. Q H0 A 6 S . . if 3 f-,. , 5 .ax 1 Af C' an F' , ,. J, gl . I - we j'2v-QQ? 'id f In I, 4 fm WM Most popular boy .... Most popular girl ............. Most popular boy among the girls .... . . . . .Robert Geyer . . .Vivian Postma .......Pat Doyle Most popular girl among the boys. . . .... Josephine Mullett Prettiest girl ..... ....... Handsomest boy. .. . Best dressed girl .... Best dressed boy .... Best dancer. girl .... Best dancer. boy ,... Best singer. girl ..... Best singer. boy ..... . Wittiest boy or girl .......... Girl most likely to succeed ..... Boy most likely to succeed .... Best sport. boy or girl .... Shyest boy or girl ........... The boy with the best physique. . . . The girl with the best figure. . Neatest girl ............. Neatest boy ....... Best natured girl .... Best natured boy ..... Always smiling girl .... Always smiling boy .... Biggest flirt, boy ...... Biggest flirt. girl .......... Most talented boy or girl ..... Most ambitious girl ........ Most ambitious boy ..... . . .Vivian Postma ....Willis Roose . . .Theda Tyndall . . . .James Martin . .Wilma Nettrour . .Lowell Gardner . . . .Carol Hahn .. . , .Lisle Roose .. . . .Willis Roose . .Ruby Holloway .. ...Lisle Roose . . . .Robert Geyer . . . .Cassel Hoke . . .David Johnson . . .Vivian Postma . . .Theda Tyndall . . .David Johnson . .Norma Sechrist . . . .Robert Geyer Jeanette Slabaugh . . . .Robert Geyer . . .Raymond Kern Josephine Mullett . .. . . .Lisle Roose ..Ruby Holloway .....................LisleRoose Cutest couple ........ . . .Julia George and Raymond Miller Best athlete. . . ......... ....... D avid Johnson HMP WIIICII we entered high school in '38. To continue our learning of lfnowledge-plus, We didrft lfnon' what type of fate The gods had decreed in their wills for us. We began to climb that grand old scale, We were certain of our success and fame As we started out so hearty and hale, By our nlaility. ice estalnlished our name. Sophornores we became, and sang of joy. We celelnrated with a party on slfatesg In learning zve'd advanced, and each girl and boy Looked forward to becoming graduates. Az last it came, the yearly reception! We worked so hard for that moment great. This gala affair of enjoyable fun To dignified seniors all juniors dedicate. With you we leave this thought. Our career with you is gone, But though the song is ended The melody lingers on. -Thecla Tyndall Www Amidst the chords and discords of the orchestra inside. I shall tell you about the people entering this great magnificent theatre. For this is Hollywood premiere taking place in Nappanee, Indiana, at the Fairy Theatre which covers a whole block. What eighteen years can do to a place! ! The very first to arrive are JOSEPHINE MULLETT and KIRBY ALEXANDER. the stars of the picture. Itls entitled G'The Villain Still Pursues Himf, tAfter all these years!! Following right be- hind comes EILEEN MADLEM. Having just received her twelfth divorce Eileen is appearing with her latest prospect, RAYMOND KERN. Speaking of Skip-THEDA TYNDALL now owns a large chain of garages stationed on lonely country roads and in graveyards throughout the nation to aid these young couples when their cars stall. Her most noted mechanic is WILBUR CAUT, who, I've heard, has had a great deal of experience in getting out of ditches. A crowd is already beginning to gather to watch these notables entering the theatre. Among this early crowd is ANNA MAE REED with her arms loaded with groceries and seven little children gath- ered around her. I never would have recognized her! ! ! WILLIS ROOSE and JIM MARTIN are just arriving in a long, flashy limousine. I guess they are living in Bremen now. I could see that was coming back in the high school days. Willie will soon be a famous man when he takes over Walter Winchell's key-hole peeping. After all. Willie can talk faster and spread more gossip than Winchell ever dared! ! Well, look who's "rolling" across the street! ! Itis SHANTY GEYER! ! ! I hear he is trying to beat Lou Costello as a funny man but he hasn't found a partner yet. He has his eye on WALTER REED. but Fish has a very fine job as stand-in for Clark Gable when a close-up of ears is required. NORMA SECHRIST, that famed aviatrix and driver of Stude- bakers, has finally come back to her old home town. I guess she has a terrible time keeping up with her husband. There is a group of tonight's entertainers heading toward the stage entrance. There is LISLE ROOSE, JEANETTE SLABAUGH, .IULIA GEORGE, and FRANCIS WELDY. They have advanced so far dur- ing these past years! Being Elkhart Countyis favorite quartet is quite an accomplishment! ! ! l I always felt there was a certain attraction between Jeanette and Francie. But Nub and Julie ! ! ! l thought surely Nub was destined to be a great surgeon and .Iulie to be MRS. ATLEY MILLER. Still - - - one never knows, does one? ? ! I hear Atley is squiring that little, bashful, demure, sweet-tempered X9 BETTY MILLER to and from church every Sunday night. Can you imagine that!!! Along with these four. is MARY ANN FOX. who has agreed to step out of George Whites Scandals and appear in her home town to- night. And I thought she wanted to he a secretary. Looking out over the growing number of spectators I see MARY DUMPH and NORMA KRINC standing on tip-toes looking this way. So they are still toegther! I Donit they ervr fight? 'F K? Pardon me while I wave to,PAT DOYLE! ! He has finally worked his way up to be as- sistant street cleaner. Of all things! ! ! I just saw him ask MAY MUNTZ. that great dramatic actress of the New York stage. for her autograph. Speaking of New'York- CAROL HAHN. a glamorous model. is ap- pearing tonight with her childhood sweet- heart. WILLARD LOSEE! ! ! ! And here at last comes HOB JOHNSTON !! The idol of millions! ! He finally did get somewhere with those huge shoulders. After all the admiration from some of the under- classmen, he should have! MAXINE JEN- SEN as his mate. is simply terrihc! ! ! ! What's this! ? ! Everyone seems to be staring at this exotic lady getting out of a taxi. W'ho is this unknown person? 'P ? ? Vfhy it's MAXINE HERSHBERCER, Dean of Women at Goshen College! ! My how Co- shen College has changed! ! ! Her gown is designed by that famous dress designer, DAR- WIN HIVELY. It's not surprising for Dar- win never could see why evening dresses had to be so high as the collar bone and has final- ly done something about it. EARL HOLDERMAN and CASSEL HOKE are still friends as partners in the great movie corporation, Twenty-first Century Fox with competent RUBY HOLLOWAY as their busi- ness manager. Ruhy is still a most amhitious person but what would she do without those weekly dates with a certain party from the huge city of Cravelton? ? 'K Coming down the middle of the street is DAVE JOHNSON with an ice cream wagon. So heis still selling ice cream cones! ! ! I wonder if he still makes them as small as he --rt usedtof?f!!! Cowboy BILL HI-QNLPIY is attending this gala premiere in a costume for the new pic- ture he is making "Wild Iiill Hickok ls Still Ridinglu The program is about to start so as I take one last look over this throng I see MRS. O. A. LAM BERT. I talked with her the other day and she was telling me she had just employed two new servants. ORIE STOUT. as her loyal lvutler. who has the great responsibility of an- swering her door and just nerer lets a bill collector in: and MARILYN RICHMOND as a nurse maid. Marilyn is so-o-o wonderful with Viv's three little tots. I. C.. U. R.. and O. Ii. She never lets them out of her sight! I Vivis neighbor MRS. CHARLES FLETCHER. is having some marital ditliculties. It seems her husband is being led astray hy the "oomph'i gal. NORMA DEISCH. But Peachy hasn't given up hope yet. And after all the vain searching for a hushand in any place but Nappanee. CHARLOTTE SHAUM has finally found her heartis desire in MAX CVVIN. The only thing prolonging a happy ending is her cousin. MARILYN STAHLY who is giving her some really tough compe- tition! lust a minute! ! ! There is quite a commo- tion out here. Someone is being mobbed by about twenty-five girls! ! There-'s a police- man diving after the victim! Would you look at that cop!! If it isn't RICHARD pwphecq tIUUX'l'Sl l l Now who'd have thought he would lake up that occupation? ? ? He has linally reached and rescued the poor suffering male who is none other than PAUL CLOUSI2. that daring gigolo of the great metropolis of Nlilfordl l l He arrived in an ancient yellow convertible. Now I wonder where he got hold . . t ol that? l ? l Now letis go on in and see who we can lind. There is STANLEY FAHRINGTON who has become a super sleuth at "Ye Olde Pool Room." He reports the various heavier losses of certain men about town to BILL WEBSTICR to he put in the "Educating the Wives" column of the Nappanee Advance. liill is running it now and with this column and three pages of "Supermanu in every copy. you can easily see why his circulation is over a million copies daily. Up in the balcony sits JOAN MIQLLINCIQR. all alone. Now who would have suspected she would be an old maid? Y 7 what cruel tricks fate playsl l Well. well. well. welll l Down in the 37.70 seats there are three jitterbugs of long standing: WILIVIA NETTROUEH. LOWELL GARDNER. and ELSIE BOUCI-IER. Rumor has it that the profits they are making as partners in that little "Hot Spot of Northern Indiana" on the outskirts of Goshen. will soon have them all on "easy street." Just at my left I see DORIS FOUDY and IELEANOR PHEND. They are running a very unusual little place called "Develop Yourself!" They teach rumba lessons and gum chewing. respectively. Sitting right beside little l?l me is that multi-millionaire JUNIOR FRENCER. Am I thrilled or am I thrilledl l ? ? He made his millions through tire production. He de- clares he is never going to be caught without tires again so he makes his own. What would Zeke do without those trips to New Paris? ? Now letis all settle down and enjoy the show and we'll all meet afterwards at WIL- LIE HOOVEIVS Kroger Bowl Nite Klub. Itis his closing night as he expects to visit the city jail for an indefinite period. All this was brought on by his incompetent bookkeeping which we all knew was going to happen 'way hack in 42. - - - See you later! l l -ft-un Oyler. 3 Uma Wal! YVe the Class of '42. being of sound mind and average intelligence. hav- ing completed four long. hard years of mental labor. pronounce this to be our last will and testament. I I. Kirby Alexander. do bequeath my adaptability in getting along with the girls-even though I am a newcomer-to Jim Stillson. hoping he has smooth sailing as I've 'had ---- so far! I I. Elsie Bougher. do bequeath mv gentle voice when it comes to influ- encing the opposite sex to Phyllis Oswalt. I. Paul Clouse. de bequeath all the dark-headed Milford girls to Rob Miller hoping that his campaign will be as successful as mine. I. Richard Counts. do bequeath my unruly hair to John Rcgenos. I. Norma Deisch. do bequeath all my glitter and glamour to Gwendolyn Johnson. I. Pat Doyle. do bequeath all my conceit lof which I've plentyJ to Nathen Jones hoping he has more success than I had. I. Mary Dumph. do bequeath my sweet disposition to Julia Pletcher. I. Stanley Farrington. do bequeath my years of "pin-boyu experience to Bob Freet to enable him to become a professional. I. Doris Foudy. do bequeath my Hance from Grarelton to Jane Mclfall if she will promise to care for him as I have. I. Mary Ann Fox. do bequeath my secretarial ambition to Mary Net- trour. I, Junior Frenger. do bequeath my numerous trips to New Paris to Rich Buss hoping that when he tires of Bremen he will join me. I. Lowell Gardner. do bequeath my dancing ability to Don Frenger as- suring him that it holds a certain attraction for the women. I. Wilbur Gaut. do bequeath my 'aditchfyji' experience to anyone who can find more of them to get into. I. Julia George. do bequeath my many rides in the nDe Sotoi' to and from school to Virginia Mishler. I. Robert Geyer. do bequeath my f?J "sleek physique" to Robbie Lloyd so that his figure will draw as much attention as mine has. I. Max Gwin. do bequeath all my artistic ability to Agnes Muntz. I. Carol Hahn. do bequeath my Milford 'she-man" to Marialyce Metzler. I. Bill Henley, do bequeath my parking place south of the mill to any- one that has less competition than I. I, Maxine Hershberger. do bequeath my beautiful braided hair to Juanita Martin. I. Darwin Hively. do bequeath my ability to usweep people off their feetn fat Wegmillersl to Charles Stump. I. Georgia Hoffer, do bequeath my ability to keep my marriage a secret to Ruby I-Iershberger. I, Cassel Hoke, do bequeath all my silence to Charles Doyle assuring him that it has its advantages. I. Earl I-Iolderman. do bequeath all my recent illness to anyone who thinks they can take it better than I. I, Ruby Holloway. do bequeath, as editor of this year's annual. all my pencil stubs and broken finger nails to the next year's editor. I, Willard Hoover, do bequeath my never-ending supply of wrong an- swers to Dave Miller to be used only in the classes where he will get the biggest laughs. dw ML! I. Raymond Kern. do bequeath my ability to rush every new girl that comes to school to "Zeke" Curtis to be used only in his own neighborhood. I. Norma Kring. do bequeath my jet black hair to Jean Sechrist in case she and her "boy- friendsi' tire of her blond locks. I. Maxine Jensen. do bequeath my shy and bashful ways to Pegge Shively to be used with her many "one and onlysf' I. David Johnson. do bequeath all my love for a Neterterl girl in the junior class to someone with more luck. I. I-Iobert Johnston. do bequeath my "girl- in-every-portu to Dally Gardner with emphasis on Goshen. I. Willard Losee. do bequeath my weakness for sleeping in class to Max Hollar. I. Eileen Madlem. do bequeath my sweet smile to Janice Huff to be used as lavishly as mine was. I. James Martin. do bequeath my many out- of-town girl-friends to Ed Price. who. I am sure will be able to handle them. I. Joan Mellinger. do bequeath my nightly trips to "Wests" to Mary Alice Pletcher. I. Betty Miller. do bequeath my ability to keep my temper in any crisis to Jean Rens- berger. I. Raymond Miller. do bequeath my ability to stay behind in bookkeeping to Olen Stutz- man providing he takes the wonderful subject next year. I. Mae Muntz. do bequeath my nursing am- bitions to Pegge Stahly hoping it will help her hsettle down." I. Josephine Mullett. do bequeath my senior boy-friend to any girl who thinks she can "take him by stormi' quicker than I did. I. Wilma Nettrouer. do bequeath my numer- ous boy-friends to Marge Sechrist in case she ever tires of going Hsteadyf' I. Jean Oyler. do bequeath my Oldsmobile and chauffeur to John Maust so that he won't have to ride his bike in from the country. I. Eleanor Phend. do bequeath my Worn out and mutilated gum to uBeef" so that he will know what he has been missing during school hours. I. Vivian Postma. do bequeath my ability to start new fads and cause sensations to the girls of the junior class in hopes that they will have as good luck as the girls of the senior class have had concerning matrimonial affairs. I. Annamae Reed. do bequeath my useful home-making knowledge to Mary Ellen Ne- terer to be used with her "best" prospect. I. Walter Reed. do bequeath my ability to make small ice cream cones to Hennie Pippen so that she too will know how to work in a drug store. I. Marilyn Richmond. do bequeath my ex- hausting long walks to and from school to Joan Nunemaker to be taken in very small quantitites. I. Lisle Wade Roose. do bequeath my 8l.'z grade heart-throb to Merton Dillabaugh. hop- ing that he will pick a girl-friend younger than himself ---- as a new experience. I. Willis Ptoose. do bequeath my many ex- periences in love and romance to Elmer Mish- ler and from past experiences. suggest that he do it more quietly. I. Jeanette Slabaugh. do bequeath my popu- larity to Frannie Neterer-not that she needs it! I. Norma Sechrist. do bequeath my ability to break new records fconcerning low gradesl to Coon Miller. although I doubt if he needs lt. I. Charlotte Shaum. do bequeath my inex- haustible number of 'fsteadiesu to Mary Wal- ters. hoping that she will be able to narrow it down to one by the time she is as old as I am. I. Marilyn Stahly. do bequeath all my snow-storm episodes to anyone who can use them to a better advantage than I did. I. Ora Stout. do bequeath my dry wit to Miles Fairchild hoping that he will think twice before cracking a joke l?J. I. Theda Tyndall. do bequeath my innocent ways to Bette Tobias. being pretty sure that she could use a little bit of my innocence and that I could use a little bit of her Htechniquef' I. Bill Webster. do bequeath my salesman- ship ability to anyone who thinks they can sell more than 99 annuals next year. I. Francis Weldy, do bequeath my ability not to spend much more than fifteen cents on a date to Jim Carl Miller - - - so that he can save more money and get ahead in double quick time. Witnesses: Mr. A bell Mr. Roose lean. Oyler ' Jam There are lifty-five students in the class of 1942. Twenty-seven are boys: twenty-eight are girls. During the past nineteen years. including the present year. 4159 boys and 4180 girls have graduated from N. H. S. The Valedictorian has been a girl thirteen times. The Salutatorian has been a girl eleven times. The boys have carried away both honors last year and this. Since the high school was organized in 1894. there have been a total of 1377 graduates. Birthdays are not evenly distributed throughout the year. There are eleven birthdays in August and ten in September. In 19411. there were ten birthdays in both July and August. Only two birthdays occur in July and two in August. The re- maining 30 birthdays are well scattered throughout the other eight months. There are twins on January 16. June 10. July 30. August 2. August 9. and August 15. One unlucky boy celebrates February 29. Six of these graduates celebrate birthdays from August 15 to August 23. Paul Clouse is the baby of the class. His age is 17 years. 5 months. and 16 days. He is closely crowded by Julia George and Willard Hoover. Paul is 3 days younger than Julia and 7 days younger than Willard. This is the second time in 19 years that the youngest graduate has been a boy. The average age of the boys is 17 years. ll month and 25.4 days. The average age of the girls is 13 years. 0 months. and 9 1f7 days. This is the youngest boys' class during the past 18 years. No average age of boys has been under 18 years. Vlvhen school opened in September. 1930. seventy children enrolled in the first grade. Of those seventy thirty-one are on this stage tonight. Nineteen have moved. sixteen have dropped out and four are still undergraduates. Strange as it may seem. Richard Counts. Pat Doyle. Maryann Fox. Lowell Gardner. and Robert Geyer as well as. Carol Hahn. Maxine Hershberger. Georgia Hoffer. Cassel Hoke. and Earl Holder- man, appear in the register of 1930-31 in the same order as they are now enrolled as seniors. Can you beat it? Of the fifty-five graduates. live entered in 1929. thirty-one in 1930, seven from the second to eighth grade. and twelve entered as freshmen or later. The following have excelled in attendance. Those who have missed 5 days or less are: Mary Edith Dumph. Maryann Fox. Julia George. David Johnson. Lisle Roose, Francis Weldy. Cassel Hoke. and Annamae Reed. Of these Cassel Hoke and Anna- mae Reed had perfect attendance. -f. A. Abell, Superintendent XS www glade! President ......... ......... J AMES CARL lVlILLER O Vice President ................ ........... J oHN RECENOS Secretary and Treasurer ....... ...... J ANE MCFALL Like a great musician easing into the last movement of a symphony we, the class of 194-3, are nearing the end of our school days. For this year we selected James Carl Miller for our conductor with John Regenos as assistant conductor. We were given two very competent instructors this year, Miss Barnard and Mr. Busche. When we entered Nappanee High as freshmen we had 81 members but that membership has dwindled to 65. Our members participate in basketball, chorus, band, Hi-Y, G. R., C. A. A., and many other activities. The Junior-Senior Reception is the major chord of the finale for this year. -lane McFall FIRST RUXV: Ada Culp, Ruby Hartwr, Ifiwiiiw-s IH-- Bow, Betty D+,-fi'1,-1,-s. SECOND RHNV: Jziinvs Val- landvr, Hivharrl Gaiigr-i'. Dew:-y Hall, Milf-s Fair- vhild, Donald Fi'1-ngvi: THIRD R0 XY: Iii-illi Ilumph, Herald llg Q-i', Merton Ilillabaugb. limb- r-rt Friwlvr, Kifnneftli Hai'- tvr, Francis Bammffl. FIRST RUXY: .Iaiiitw Hul'l'. Ruby L y n 1: li, Xvlllfllllil Holziway, He-li-n IIui'f+'r. SIGCUNIJ RI NY: ROS' inriry Martin, Jam- Mu Fall, Vordzi Lniigriv-ld, lmnnzi- lwllf- Hui'l'man, Ernuijr-an Hullzir. T H I R D R 4 P NY: Nnlbvn Joni-S, Lyle- Mast, .Iwlin Linn, IN-wily Iiwiiswiie-i', Marshall IIul'i'w-r, M a x II 01 la r. FIRST RO NV: Mildiw-d Illoore. H ig l 1- n lilvlzli-i'. Cathvrini- Millwr, Iiurlwarsi Mutschler, Jifan Hens- be-1'ge1'. SECOND ROXY: Harold Mil- ler, Mary Pfsil't'v:-i'. Eliza- beth Plc-tube-r, Ellcn .Ivan Pippen. Mary Elle'-n Nv- terer, John Ri-gvnus. THIRD ROXY: Rnbvrt Mil- ler. .lamogs Ne,-wi-Oni.-r, Hill Me-tzler, M ax I'ustm:i, James E. Milli,-r, Jain.,-s Carl Milli-r. Il' I R S T R O NV: Maxine Xveaver, I r L- n e Tobias. Marilyn Stump, Bette To- bias, Peggy Stahly. SECOND ROWV: Ruby Zeritz, Betty Strauss, Virginia Swiharl, Shirlee XValte-rs, Margaret Sechrist, THIRD ROIV: Richard Sil- berg, Mabel Richer, .Iam- Alice Slabaugh, Elizabeth Tobias, Phyllis XVeldy, Olen Slutzman. I w ul, -' , V 1 ,4 ' , 1 v 4' Y v I 1 e v 'li fer TOP PICTURE FIRST ROW: Julia Pletcher, Jean Sheets, Maxine Stouder, Beverly Walters, Jean Huff, Joan Tobias, Joan Rensberg'er, June Tobias Mary Nettrour, Janet Farrington, Jean Alice Miller, Peggy Shively. SECOND ROW: Mr. Holaway, sponsor, Glenn Michael, Clarence Middaugh, Junior Mishler, Virginia Mishler, Marialyce Pletcher, Norma Sheets, Francis Neterer, Norma Jean Richmond, Bonagene Teeter, Isabelle Miller, Agnes Muntz. THIRD ROW: George Pippenger, Kenneth Mattern, Sam Richmond, David Miller, Eugene Roose, John Maust, Richard Buss, James Stillson, Bill Mishler, Oscar Weaver, Ed Price, Richard Schuler,'Alva Van Dyke. BOTTOM PICTURE FIRST ROW: Betty Gaut, Ruby Fisher, Mona Lou Miner, Mary Louise Laser, Juanita Martin, Helene Miller, Doris Hall. SECOND ROW: Alice Cooper, Jean Kolhorst, Fay Mast, Evelyn BuI'kholder, Marialyce Metzler, Betty Longfield, Norma Frederick, Beatrice Linn. TIIIRD ROW: Miss Blank, sponso1', Royce Geyer, Dan Curtis, Glen Davis, Richard Arnott, John Mellinger, Bill Kurtz, Bill Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Russel Hostetter, Russel Losee, Howard Hoover, Dallas Gardner, John Maust, George Buss, Harold Mast, Bill Furney. S Sapfmm Ufma President ........... ......, I nu S'rlL1-soN Vice Presidwzt, ...... ........ . .lilLL llllSIlLICli Sec-refrzry and Treasurer .....,. ...... ll hm l,HUISl'I l,Asr:lt Beginning in the bass clelli we End that the Sophoniore class has 31 boys. Slurring to the treble clelif we note 35 girls. The key to our class activities is our two sponsors, Miss Blank and Mr. Crabill. Also, in swelling to three major notes we hnd Jim Stillson, president: Bill Mishler, vice presitlentg Mary Louise Laser, secretary and treasurer. The tempo changes to those with the best tlynainic capacity -our basketball players. They are Dallas Gardner, Bill Kurtz, and John Mellinger. We also have a large measure of girls in C. A. A., Girl Reserves, ancl both boys anrl girls in band. The party we planned during the first semester diminished but we are looking forward to a strong crescendo and a suc- cessful party this semester. ' -Mnrinlyce Metzler. President ...... ........ C AROL PLETCHER Vice President ....., ....... C HARLES STUMP Secretary and Treasurer ....... ....... J oAN NUNEMAKER We, the class of 715, have found our footing on the first stepping stone with an enrollment of 66. Miss Barnard and Mr. Schuler are our sponsors. We elected as our guide Carol Pletcher, with Charles Stump as her assistant. ,Ioan Nune- maker continues as recorder. We have lost Mr. Schuler to the army, but Miss Barnard has carried on excellently. A great sorrow came to us upon the death of Clifford Mc- Cuen, the father of one of our classmates. We are confidently looking forward to next year, when we expect to tread on the next stone in our high school journey. -Charles Stump. s ff' TOP PICTURE FIRST ROW: Evadean Clindaniel, Betty Doering, Grace Greene, Fern Frenger, Betty Bartman, Clara Hamilton, Owen Hartman. SECOND ROW: Miss Barnard, sponsor, Virginia Jensen, Lucile Jensen, Betty Davis, Juanita Hamman, Roberta Hively, Irene Culp, Shirley Bammel, Ruby H6I'Sl1b61'g'61'. THIRD ROW: Jay Holaway, Frank Hoffer, Gerald Hartman, Kenneth Hershberger, Harvey Copenhaver, Robert Fairchild, Russel Harter, Jerry Hockert, Billy Hos- tetter. FOURTH ROW: Paul Bourne, Robert Freet, Richard lleardorff, Lewis Bammel, Charles Doyle, Dale Gwin, Max Bigler, llale Gaut. BOTTOM PICTURE FIRST ROW: Betty Nunelnaker, Martha Miller, June M. Tobias, Gwendolyn Johnson, Esther Yoder, Dorothy Sheets, Phyllis Oswalt. SECOND Row: Betty Postma, Carol Pletcher, Joan Nunemaker, Sally Uline, Phyllis Price, Frances Truex, Dorothy Weaver. THIRD Row: Lois Metzler, Wayne McCuen, Willard Zentz, Robert Lloyd, Ralph Stump, Mr. Schuler, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: Keith Miller, Roy Pfieffer, Kenneth Middaugh, Merril Pippen, John Price, Charles Stump. FIRST RUXV: Eugene Sponsellcr, Robert Phrtnd. .Ioan I.f-Ft-vi-v, Betty Weikt-r, Eleanor Stout, Dorothy Hood, Verna Lou Arnott, Kenneth XVal- tt-rs. Rose Marie Hartman, Loralwlle Adams, Eloise Kaufman, Betty Moore. Joyce Klingaman. Jimmy Mellingcr, Robert Stillson. SECOND ROXV: Doris Anglin, Arlene Rt-nsberger. Jacqueline Est-.-p, Florence XVE-aver, Lois Reed, Shirley Pittman. Jean Sechrist, Louise Plf-tf:lit-r. Mary Ht-len XValters, Marilyn Tobias, Betty Lou Mishler, Barbara Postma, Betty Lynch, June Linn, Helen Eley, Miss Hoover, sponsor. THIRD RONV: Mr. Grabill, sponsor, Richard Miller. Joe Gould, lVilbur Metzler, Tommy XValters, Robert Crowe, Phillip Cripe, Dale Hershberger, Jann-s Housouer, Herman Hall, Jean Dunnuck. FOURTH ROXVZ NVayne Hepler, Donald Rhodes. Bernard Tyler, Edgar Gray, .John Thompson. Lyle Smith. Logan Luke. Don Middleton, Jay Lynch, Sam Adams. President ......... .... V ERNA Lou ARNOTT Vice President ...,. ..... J EAN DUNNICK Secretary and Treasurer .... ...... R OSE HARTMAN This school year started with fifty-six in the eighth grade. We elected oflicers soon after school began, namely: presi- dent, Verna Lou Arnottg vice president, ,lean Dunnuckg secre- tary and treasurer, Rose Hartman. Tommy Walters, Eugene Sponseller, ,lean Dunnuck and Herman Hall were elected to the student council. Our sponsors for the year were Miss Hoover and Mr. Grabill. . At the beginning of the year we held a skating party which was enjoyed by all. We are looking with great anticipation toward our fresh- man year in high school. -Barbara Postma. FIRST ROXV: Doris Holawny, Norma Jw-:in Bl:-ile, THIRD RUXY: Mr. Foulke, sponsor. Owe-ii Lv-imin, Sally Huwenstein, Maw-eliiiv Mziy, Bonnie liuss. Benny Housoui-i'. Lyla- liill--r, Paul Lchinziii, Al'llllll' Anna Lou Gonderman, Nancy Ulinv, Peggy Lloyd, Pulp. K+-ith l4'owl+-r, lmiiuld lrillfllllilll, Iruanf- War: Eleanor Keifer, Mary Ellen Micldu11gl1,l':ilsy Ilzir--, ner. K--iinvlli lilimlws, liolu-rl Gould. Jack Mille- Helen Mt-ssner, Thelma Fondy. man, Junior Huiiislii-r. Lloyd 1'otlei', NYayiit- North, Miss Sliix'--ly, spoiisor. SECOND ROXV: Norma Ralston, Catlierine Iiiclit-r. Marilyn Miller. Mary Jeaiiett-A XVvldy, Phyllis FHUR'l'H RHW: IM-we-y Epplvy. .Im-k XVilliur, t"liar- Mellinger, Virginia Warren, I3eltySli'ai1g, I':iulin+- les Miller, Max Slit---ls, liivliard Stalily, XYad+- XVise-, Alice June Miller, Phyllis B--iinelt, XY:1iida Stillson. 1'l'llldXYl1'k Alislilvr, Gznw-th Sf-christ. Rola- Brown. Mary Catlieriiie I-lnrliiiziii, ilu-ii--vie-Ve Ful- tart Fuller. .Ianiws Leniz, Jsiini-s Thomas, Jimmy ler, Jeanne Dubois. Newt-oiiit-r, I'hillip l'ric+-. Preszdent ......... .....,.......... P Eccx' Lroru Vice Preszdenr ................. ..... A NNA Lou GONDERMAN Secretary and Treasurer ...... .... N ANCY ULINE We, the class of 1947 have just completed our first year of junior high with 54 students enrolled. Shortly after the school year started we had our election of ofiicers. The officers elected were Peggy Lloyd, presidentg Anna Lou Gonderman, vice presidentg and Nancy Uline, sec- retary and treasurer. Our sponsors were Mr. Foulke and Miss Shively We are already looking forward and planning for our First Although we have completed only one year of junior high FJ year of high school. . -Nancy Ulzne. HCTIVITIES Activities provide diversion from studies for the student. The pro- grams of these many clubs and organizations are interesting as well as intellectual. For the athletic boy there are track, tennis, baseball, and basketball and for the girls there is the G, A. A. Some ofthe clubs such as the Girl Reserves and the HilY have certain qualifications to join. The club meetings, the parties, the new friends you make, and the high standards of these clubs, all make these organizations both interesting and worth while to join. .-.l-....l..l..I..,-l I.. IHIIQIQIIQIIUK 1HIllIlll!lll!klllllllllIlllllllllllllIUIIIQIIUL X XXX 0- . ,My ' wif . flf. all 5 Qmemf Banc! Clarinets Carol Pletcher Roberta Hively Marialyce Metzler Sally Uline Betty Nunemaker Bette Tobias Joan Nunernaker Martha Miller Billy Johnson Doris Anglin Sally Howenstine Jean Alice Miller Mary Louise Laser Joan LeFevre Mary Jeanette Weldy Lois Thomas I lates Nathen Jones Norma Jean Richmond Jean Ellen Sheets Mary Ellen Neterer Barbara Postma Bose Marie Hartman Alto Saxophones Jean Kohlhorst Peggy Shively Betty Doering Helene Miller Charles Doyle Tenor Saxophone Joan Mellinger Frances Neterer Baritone Saxophone Dick Schuler Cornets Ed Price Bill Mishler Junior Mishler James Lentz Tom Walters Wayne McCuen John Thompson Edgar Grey Oboe Horns Betty Postma Jane Alice Slabaugh Logan Luke Paul Clouse Sam Richmond ljussocm June Linn Julia George Helen Eley Trornbones Dan Curtis Keith Dumph Max Postma Eugene Roose ' Maryann Fox Owen Lemna Baritones James Carl Miller Royce Geyer .lay Holloway Bass Lisle Roose Lewis Bammel Miles Fairchild Drums Jeanette Slabaugh Shirley Walters Elizabeth Tobias Joan Rensberger Bass Drum David Miller Tympani Josephine Mullett Cymbals Paul Bourne Bass Clarinet Lois Metzler .0445 Ukwm This year has been a red letter year for the Nappanee chorus. We purchased the beautiful robes which have been so long sought after. The money for these robes has been earned entirely by the chorus. through programs. operettas. etc. Not only the dress. but the quality of the chorus has improved. The chorus shows great promise for the next few years. as we have some very excellent vocalists in the lower classes. The main features of the year have been: Teachers' Institute at South Bend .... .... O ct. 23 Program at lllethoclist Church .... . . .Dec. lsll Joint Chorus-Band Program ....... .... J an. 25 Operetta "The Count and the Coed". . . . .lVIar. 20 Lisle Roose FIRST ROW: Doris Hall, Beatrice Linn, Virginia Mishler, Betty Strauss, Richard Schuler, Bill Henley, Sam Richmond, Barbara Mutschler, Jean Sheets, Virginia Holaway. SECOND Row: Mona Lou Miner, Peggy Stahly, Lois Metzler, Phyllis Weldy, Miles Fairchild, Francis Weldy, Lisle Roose, Jeanette Slabaugh, Marialyce Metzler. THIRD 'ROW: Marialyce Pletcher, Julia George, Helene Miller, Ellen Jean Pippen, Virginia Jensen, Jean Kolhorst, Dan Curtis, Nathen Jones, Willis Roose, Carol Hahn, Donnabelle Huffman. TOP PICTURE SEATED: Theda Tyndall, Robert Geyer, Jeanette Slabaugh, Ruby Holloway. STANDING: Georgia Hoffer, Paul Clouse, Elsie Bouglier, Pat Doyle, Marilyn Stahly, Lisle Roose, Maxine Hershberger, Francis Welcly. 0 BOTTOM PICTURE SEATED: Bill Henley, Virginia Holaway, Nathen Jones, Jeanette Slabaugh, Willis Roose, Virginia Mishler, Lisle Roose, Lois Metzler, Dan Curtis, Jean Kolhorst, Sam Richmond, Betty Strauss. STANDING: Barbara Mutschler. Jimmy Nold, Isabelle Miller, Doris Hall, Mona Lou Miner, Helene Miller, Ellen Jean Pippen, Marialyce Metzler, Julia Pletcher, Jean Sheets, Betty Davis, Virginia Jensen, Phyllis Weldy, Julia George, Marialyce Pletcher, Evelyn Burkliolder, Norma Sheets, Robert Miller, Richard Schuler, Peggy Svtahly, Wilma Nettrour. uyqlmcufi ffqhfem " W'illiam Barry .... Grace Barry .... Beatrice ..... Mabel Wlarren. . Mrs. Granville .... Eddie . . . . . George Ann ..... Tommy .... Sally ....... Mr. Merritt ..... Miss Dalrymple. .. .....Eddie's dad..... .. .. .His mother... . . . . .The daughter. . . . . .. .. . . .A music teacher. .. .. . . . . . . Of the WVOHIHIIDS Club. .. . . . . . .Almost Eighteen. .. . . . . . . Who has a philosophy .... . .....Eddie's ideal........ .. ...A friend of Eddie's. .....Une of the crowd. . .. ...A professor. . . . .. .. .Also a cluhwoman.. .... V H756 gcmwll mmf like ga-ef' Birdie Boggs . . . Amy Arnold ...... Dolly McSpadden . . . Agatha Lockstep ..... Dr. Cicero Mcspadden . . . . Mrs. Mcspadden .... Mark Watson ....... Hamilton Hunter ..... Willie fSleepyJ Carter. . .. Marjorie Blackwood ....., . . Dan Flanigan ............. . . Kenneth lsnoozej Andrews ..... . . .A sweet freshman girl. . .. . . .An efhcient junior... .. . . . .The president's daughter. . . . . . . .House Mother ...... . .. . . .The college president. .. . .. . .The presidents wife. . . . . Yell leader ...... . . . . .Glee club leader. . . ...A freshman. . . . .. ... The campus belle. . . . . ...Ayoung motor cop..... . . . Glee club comedian. . . . . . . . .Lisle Boose Jeanette Slahaugh . .Ruby Holloway . . .Theda Tyndall . . .Georgia Hoffer ...Pat Doyle .. . .Robert Geyer ... . .Marilyn Stahly .... . . .Max Gwin . . . .Elsie Bougher . . .Francis Vl'eldy Maxine Hershherger . . .Betty Strauss . . .Jean Kohlhorst .Virginia Mishler Virginia Holaway . . . .Nathen Jones Jeanette Slabaugh ... ...Dan Curtis . . . . .Lisle Roose .. .Sam Richmond . . . .Lois Metzler .. .. .Bill Henley . . . .Willis Roose 5 6 LZ FIRST ROXV: Peggy Lloyd. Betty 1'osl,ma, Eilmfn Madlem, 121-ttv Tobias Marialyeo M1-tzlcr, Vir- ginia Holaway. SECOND ROXY: Benny Hfu- Souer, J e a n Tiunnuck, Virginia .Ii-nsv-n. Norma Sechrist, Josephine- Mul- lett. Charlotte Shaum. Eu- g e n e Sponst-llvr, Mr. Roose. sponsor. THIRD ROXY: Jack Mille-A man, Cliurlf-s Miller, Tom- my XValte-rs, fllcn Stutz- miin, XV:iyn.- M4-Clif-ii. Paul liournf-. H+-rmnn Hall. FOURTH ROXVZ Francis XVclcly, Holi'-rt Geyer, Na! then Jones, Lisle Hoosv. Eddie I'i'it-e, Dan Curtis. Hill Johnson. As the ollicial body ol' student government. the Student Council acts as a medium through which student and administrative problems are interpreted. This year we were mostly interested in doing away with tardiness. and our campaign proved some- what successful. The Student Council is made up of all the members of the National Honor Society together with two representatives from each home room of the junior high and high school grades not represented by members of the National Honor Society. This totals twenty-nine members in addition to Mr. Roose. our sponsor. Our social calendar included a party given in our honor by the Student Council of Wakarusa High School. February 5, at which a dinner was enjoyed and various games were played. In the future we recommend such functions as this as a means of getting better acquainted with Student Councils of other schools. -Bette Tobias. The National Honor Society was organized in 1921. In 1936 our school liecame a member of this national society. It is composed of pupils who stand in the highest ten per cent of the junior and senior classes. The purpose of this society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship. to stimulate a desire to render service. to promote leaflet'- ship, and to develop character. Each ear the societ has a s ecial ro'ect. This 'ear the menihers are making Y P P J 5 . a service flag which is in remembrance of the men and women who have gone from Nappanee High School and are now in service. +l"'frg1'l1a Holfzluly. SX Madlt-m. Virginia way. 'Il 'UND H U XY: Geyvr, LiSI1' Rfiosv, phino Mull,-tt. Mr. sponsor. Max Gwin, cis XVeldy. l IRST IQUXYL Yerflza Long'- tield, l2arlmi':i llutst-hlw-r, 1'hal'lotte Shauni, lui lf-en Hola- Holi.-lit Tosv- Alu-ll. Fran- SX FIRST ROXVC John Rr-genus, Nathcn Jones. Rob:-rt Mil- ler, Lisle Roosc. SEUOND R O XY: XValter Reed, Casscl Hoke, Robert Geyer, Francis XVQ-ldy. Mr. Foulke, sponsor. 6-7 '-Kem l'rvsiden1 . . . . . .FRANCIS XYELDY I'YIiC6 PfUSI.d6'Ill ...... ..... lt TAX GWIN Secretary S Treasurer. . . . . .CASSEL HOKE The Fi-Kem Science Club was organized in 1936 through the efforts of Mr. Foulke and several students. The club was created to encourage and promote an increased interest in science. The high standard of the club makes this club very successful and helpful to members. To he eligible to become a member one must be taking either chemistry or physics. He must have a "B" average or above in his grades. A student that has already taken chemistry or physics and has met the required standards can also join the club if he so desires. The club's meetings are held weekly between the hours of seven and nine in the school's science room. This year the club decided to change its course of experi- menting to the study of aeronautics. Books were purchased by the members and the study of aeronautics was begun. Each member took his turn in leading in the dis- cussion of his chapter which made the subject interesting to all. -Francis Weldy. dw l'rf'sia'er1t . . . . .TdlSl,lf Roost: View Presiflerzf . .... Nlxx Cvvlx Secretary . ...W-ILLIS Roost: Treasurer . . . . . ,I.-miss NI xnrix The Hi-Y has lveen very successful this year. This nas achieved only liveeanse of the hearty cooperation of every memlser. The lli-Y is responsible for the sale of the bulldog pins which everybody is wearing. Also a great majority of lvoys pur- chased the ollicial Hi-Y hat which can lie worn anytime and anywhere texcept in the school huilding.y We had extremely educational and entertaining meetings. to say nothing of the fathers' and sons' banquet which was enjoyed by all who attended. All in all. we feel that we have written another outstanding page in the annals of Nappanee High School. -Lisle Roose. Q cm l"I HST Itf INV: Sum Rich- Illltllfl, 1 H I 1- n Stntzman, llwyvv- tl'-3'4'l', XViIlis l-to--sw, Klux Gu in. List'- Iiwrsf-. .lJilIl4'S Martin, Hill Ili-nlei. .Innior xllSl1l+'I', llivltaml S-Ahnlv-r. S lit' mir N lr IU PNY: Hutwrt 411-yer. lmvld .Iohnson. Xlvrtfm lllllHlHlllLl'll, Roh- '-rt Mill-'ly Francis Bam- rn--l, Hill Mishlf-r. Richard ,Xt'tllvtl, ICLIZQEII4- Rciv1vSr-, .I:un+-s Stillsnn, Mr. XVl11tt-, sponsor. Tllllllrl lit NYS l':aI lmylfr, Iva rxvin I-lively, Punt f'loi1:1v, Mile-S l'T?lll'1,'hllfl, .lurnpg 1':1llz1l1dvr, GI:-n lmvis. Iluvid Mill-Ar, Imn Vnrtis, Alva Yan Dyke. I"Hl'HT1i IUINV: Hnyniond K.-rn, .lnrnn-S Nvvvvonvr, liill 11--lzlvr, .Izunvs Part Miller, lllll Johnson, EdA div' T'I'i1'l-, HRX Pustflta. SEATED: Barbara IH istma. F Farul I'lli'tt'h+:1'. B e I l 5' Postma. I R S T R O NY: D0l'0lhY Hood. Phyllis Mellingfef. Virginia Vt'ai'ren, Mary Ellen Middaugh, Patsy Hare. Helen MQ-ssner. Doris Holaway. Norma Jean Bleile, Betty Strang. Nancy Uline. Mary Jean- ette XVeldy. Marilyn Mil- ler, Lorabelle A da ni s, Pauline tVise, Alive June Miller, Phyllis Bennett. Joan LeFevre, Eloise Kaufman. SECOND ROXV: Thelma T Foudy, Mart-eline May. Catherine Richer, Norma Ralston, Betty Lou Mish- ler, Eleanor Stout, Betty XVeiker. Jacqueline Estep. June Linn, Betty Lynch, Shirley Pittman, Louise Fletcher. Shirley Bammel. Gwendolyn Johnson, Vir- ginia Jensen, Vera Lou A rn ot t. Peggy LIOYQ. Sally Howenstein, Bonnie Buss. HIRD ROXV: Eleanor Kc-ifer, Rose Marie Hart- man. Doris Anglin, Phyllis Price. Joan Nunemaker, Lois Mc-tzler. Betty Nune- maker, Betty Davis, Betty Moore. Florence XVeaver. Lois Reed, Arlene Rens- ' Qwfwaed herger. Jean Se-christ, Sal- ly Uline, Martha Miller, Juanita Hamman, Helen Eley. Dorothy lVeaver. Joyce Klingaman, Gene- vieve Fuller, XV an d a Brown. F OURTH ROXV: Mary Catherine Hartman, Anna Lou Gonderman, Lucile Jensen, Irene Culp, Esther Yoder, i-Frances Truex, Fern Frenger. Evadean Clindaniel. Betty Doering. Grace Greene, Roberta Hively, Dorothy Sheets, Betty Bartman, Phyllis Osxvalt, Marilyn Tobias, Mary Helen XVa1ters. Jean Dunnuck, Clara Hamilton, Jean Dubois. Miss Shive- ly, sponsor. President .... CAROL PLETCHER Vice President . .. .BETTY POSTMA Secretary ..... .. BARBARA POSTMA The Junior Girl Reserves was first organized 17 years ago by Mrs. Georgia Miller Replogle as a branch of the Senior Girl Reserves and the YWCA in 1925. With Miss Shively as our present sponsor the group of girls has an enjoyable time throughout the year. "Girl Reserves are gracious in manner" was soon forgotten when the old Girl Reserves initiated the new members. A very impressive candle lighting service was held soon after the rough initi- ation. The Girl Reserves gave Christmas baskets to the needy families at Christmas. Our meetings consisted of musical numbers. readings. impromptu programs as well as many interesting outside speakers. We all hope that next year the Girl Reserves meetings will be as interesting and helpful as they were this year. --loan LeFevre. Pf'l'SI'df'Ilf . .... ..NoRMA Sizfiiiiusr Hee l,fCS1.df'I1f .. .... BETTY STiuL'ss Sf-'Cfflflfy .---- . .Rosi-:M.xRi' TTARTIN Treasurer . ....... CHARLOTTE SH lui PURPOSE: . . . . .To find and give Iliff best. SLOGAN: .............................. To face life squarely. The Girl Reserves. one of the outstanding clubs of XHS. was organized in V323 as a branch of the Elkhart YWCA. The sponsor was Hazel Dickey and included a membership of twenty-Five. Our present sponsors are Miss Lantz and Miss Barnard and our memhership is sixty-four. The symbol of the club is the blue triangle: the hase standing for spirit. and its two sides for health and knowledge. The social calendar shows that the rough initiation was held in the school gym- nasium in October. The candle-lighting ceremony took place on October ll-. At Christmas a party was given for the needy grade children and a basket of food was contributed to charity. Vive. the sophomore. junior. and senior girls. sincerely hope that we have been true to our purpose and that. in the future. we may. each and everyone. lie equally true to our slogan and purpose. -Belle Tofrius. F I R S T R O XV: Maxine Holloway. Virginia Hola- Shaum, Norma Se-christ. lVeaver, Jean Richmond. way, Betty Strauss, Rose- Mona Lou Miner, Ruby lVilma. Nettrour, Ruby mary Martin, Charlotte Fisher Norma Krin Vi- ' I E. vian Postma. it SICVUXD HHXYZ Miss Lzintz, Spoiisor. l'lI'lllll"-'S Ni-I--iw.-i'. Virginia llizshler, lflvelyn llurkholdvr, Marv Ellen N4-terror. Us-ttl' Tobias. Eilef-n Macllvin. Illarilyn Stzihly. El:-anoi' I"hend. Joan Tobias, Joan Hens- livrgreiz .tune Tobias, Mary Edith Iltlinpb. .Imsf-phinv: Illullett, Miss Barnard, sponsor. Tlllfill RUNV: t':llllel'iiir' Milli-r, Ruby Lynch, Fran- cis Ttelkow. Maryann Fox, lllzirilyn Richmond, Betty Milli,-r, .Ioan Mt-llingf-it Itlargaiw.-t Sechrist. Jam- MvFall, .li-an Rr-nslveI'gf'!'. Ruhy 1131-twig Donnabelle Huffman, The-da Tyndall. .I+-an Oylt-r, Virginia Swif hart, Peggy Stahly. FOURTH R 0 XV: lXlFlXlllf' Jensen, Elizabeth Tobias. V+-rda Longtleld. Barbara Illutschler, Ermajf-an Hol- lar, Mabel Richer, Jean Kolhorst. M a r i a l y c e Pletcher, Norma Sheets. Isabelle Miller. Beatrice Linn, Doris Hall, Ellen Jean Pippen, Shirlee XVal- ters. S ' QM Qu ll FIRST ROW: Mr. Byers, sponsor. Ralph Stump. Billy Hostetter. Raymond Miller, LaMaI' XVagnei', Junior Frenger. SECOND R O XV: Xvayne NValters. Kenneth Mat- tern, George Buss, Robert Freet. Kenneth Harter. Glenn Michael. President . . , .RAYMOND MILLER 'ice resien .. .'IR Ri R V P d 1 JUNO F ENICE Secretary . ...GLENN lkllCHAEL We. the Future Farmers. started our school career this year with thirteen mem bers. Later our membership decreased to twelve members. One of the outstanding events was the pest killing contest with New Paris Nappanee was the victor. Other events were the corn husking contest. won by l..alVlar Wagner. and the father and son banquet. We also had two roller skating parties with the Future Homemakers Club. Selling candy at noon hours took care of our chapter expenses. Raymond Miller and Earl Holderman. seniors. won their honor letters this year and LalVlar Wagner. a junior. also won his honor sweater. Lafllar Wagner 6? 4? Zfwma al! l'rfs1'den1 .. ...... Awuitxii Ruin View Pfl'SI.dl'lIf . ...Jus ALICE SIAt!,XI'4LH Secrvlary and Treasurer .. ..l'ilI.I-ll-IN NlftlJI.l'1INl The first Future Homemakers Club of Nappanee High Sclmnl was organized in 1933. The club is composed of Ill6Illl'NE'I'S who have completed at least one year of home economies in high school. This year the elnlv has a memliership of seventeen. Meetings are held seini-monthly. An initiation party for the new meinliers was held this year. We added six new memhers to our club. Last year an educational trip was taken to Fort Wayne where many places of interest were visited. This year another trip is being planned. A soup sale was held to help pay the expenses. -Eileen flladlvnt. l"IItS'I' RHW: Jeanette Sla- t tiaugli, Annamae Reed, Ei- lo-en Mzidleni, Juno- Alice Slatmiigii, Jnniiff- Huff. l'IC'1i N Ii Ht AV: Ntirma Shi-Q-ts, R n In y Harte-r, .Xgqni-S Muntz, Maryann Ffix. IIRII It lj HT Virginia Alishlvr, Ev-lyii Burk- holdm-i', Marizilytw- Pletvh- wr, H+-ity In-t're.1s, Mona Imu Mini-in May Muntz. lr.-nv Tobias. mi L' HTH It U XV: Miss Blank, spoiistir, Marilyn Iiie-hinond, Mabvl Rii-her, .lllllii G+-1vI'gfz IN NAPPANEE HIGH SCHOOL - NAPPANEE, INDIANA w 15174 Slf1.X'l'EIb: XVillard Hoover. Viviun 1't-stiml. Holnwt G4-yu-r. Janis-s Martin. liulvy Holloway, The-du Tymlrill, Jose-plxin-A Mul- l lt-tt. S'I'.XNlrING: XVillis R-rose, Vert lmyle. .If-an oylvr. Mug Gxxjiu, Norma Se- vlll ISI. Lisle limos--. K -1 tf.gQti5 .15 , 1 1 -' 'If-.Lx . if 6 lftlifor .... ...RUBY HoLLow,n' .wlssimnt Editor . . .... LISLE ROOSE Business lllunnger .......... . . .ROBERT GEYER flssl. Bus. Mgr. 8 Circulation . . .. .JAMES NIARTIN Arr ,Editor ............... .... . . ..... MAX CWIN Literary Edilors. . . . . .JEAN OYLER. THEDA TYNDALL Snap Shots . . ......... PAT DOYLE Calendar . . . ..JosEPH1Nl: NIULLETT ,llzmzni . . .... NORMA SECHRIST Sports . . . . .WYILLARD HoovER Jokes . . . .. .WVILLIS Roosi: Secrelary . . . . .VIVIAN POSTMA After louglhours of work and many mistakes we have at last completed the 1942 Napauet. We hope it fulfills your expectations and we hope you like it. The varsity debate team began the season in December by attending the annual Purdue Debate Conference. The team and their sponsor attended the Peru Debate Conference where the teams debated against teams from schools located in the various parts of the state. Out of the 445 schools at this conference. Nappanee was rated third. At the district contest of the State Debating League. in which Nappanee com- peted with Elkhart. Fremont. Goshen. Middlebury and Warsaw both the Affirmative and the Negative drew a win which placed Nappanee third in the Conference. thus breaking last years' record. The varsity team. composed of Francis Weldy and Nathen Jones on the Allirma- tive. and Robert Miller and John Hegenos on the Negative. all being juniors but one. is looking forward to next year with the expectation of taking Nappanee Higlfs name to the state finals. g -folin Refgenos. St FIRST RUW: Miss Barnard. sponsor, Marialyce Metz- ler, Francis NVeldy, SECOND ROXVZ Nathen Jones, Robert Miller, John Rwgenos, Max Gwin. Beanie L 7mm FIRST RHXVZ Jimmy Czil- lzimlvr, lluvid XX'iclniuyv1', Curl I,+'IIll'l2't, Kwnne-lli Val- bwk, 1lem'g-- Byr-rs, Tum- my Hrm-k. S E 4" U N ll RUXY: 4iiOl'd0l1 N.-tv1'u', Jw- Bill GQ-yvr. .1 unior llec-kzlmnn, Dallas Gull, .luv Stillsnn, llilili Linn, tlvrald Hartman. THIRD HUXY: M1-rl Hum- nie-l, Rolwrt Sim-ltzvr, Max Hullar. Gi-urge Pip- pf-ng,'eI', Ralph Stump, Jul-k Miller, Lylw Swgl1i'ist. FIRST ROW: Janii,-if HulT. Mririalyixe I'lE'l1,'l1+'l', Nur- mu Shu-ts, Fay Must. SECOND ROYV: G+-urge' Pip- pa-nger, Oh-n SILHZIHHII. Mary Lnuisif I,zisvi', Vir- ginia Swiluirl, lmmild l"l'1'llg4'l'. SEATEIP: .Insephine Mul- li-tt. Irvm- Tobias, Joan R+-nslu-rgf-r, Miss Shin-ly, sponsor, .lane McFall, iillill'llyll Stuhly. STANDING: Mary Louisi- I,:1ssr, Fram-as Nl3ll'l't'l', NOI'I'D1l Sw-lirist. .Juan tlylc-r. Pam!! The patrol boys have helped the policemen greatly in watching the school chil- dren cross the streets safely. The older pupils cooperated splenrlirlly in setting an example for the smaller children. CUWLZZCVL The duty of the monitors is to collect the attendance slips. The slips are collected every hour and give a record of all pupils who are absent in each class. JM ' Each year something new is added to the library. This year a new encyclopedia entitled Britannica Junior was added. Among the new books were the Junior Literary Guild books. Subscriptions to new magazines have made the library more useful and more interesting to the students. Never before has there been so great a need for knowledge. ooks are keys to wisdonfs treasureg ooks are gates to lands of pleasureg ooks are paths that upward leadg ooks are friends. Come. let us read!" Not only to the students is the library beneficial. but to the librarians as well. Their training in using the library helps the other students and. what the librarians themselves learn will help them use other libraries. -lean. Oyler. 6 SEPTEMBER 8-School starts as per usual with Q11 Green Frosh, Q21 Mad hunt for schedules and home rooms. and 131 Mr. Rooseis annual announcement to the science class concerning conduct. lt seems that Mr. Grabill really has a seat- ing system in his assembly. Could it be that he wants to make plenty of room for everyone? 9-President Nub Roose calls the first Hi-Y meeting. Baseball, Nappanee 9 -Concord 7. Also tennis match, Nappanee 0-gflichigan City 3. 10-Just in case no one heard it. the band had its first rehearsal of the school year. ll-Class meeting. Baseball, Nappanee 9-Bristol 7. 16-Mr. Roose gives a talk to the C. R. on the subject G'Behavior". Take a hint. gals. Tennis, Nappanee 4-Elkhart 5. 13-Student Council meeting. Are there any volunteers for the Junior Police squad? Tennis. Nappanee 4-Riley 1. 22-Seems that ,lim Martin is extra-ordinarily ambitious about getting new pledges for the Hi-Y. Could be he wants an interesting initiation! 23-Baseball, Nappanee 0-Elkhart 8. Tennis. Nappanee 3-Goshen 1. 25-Want a date? TRY BACCA-so reads a half a dozen blackboards. Baseball, Nappanee 0-,limtown 9. C'mon, fellas! 28-The entire hand except uRabbit" Bourne went to John Adams H. S. and heard the Navy Band. 29-First basketball practice. lt won't be long now-. 30-Baseball. Nappanee 5-Millersburg 6. They can't do that to us! OCTOBER 1-Student Council discusses the assembly clock. Will we start the clock? Will we keep it running? Will teachers make us stop it? Weill find out in a week. folks. 3-Tennis match, Laporte 4-Nappanee 1. 6-First assembly program of the year. An educational but amusing speech was given on fire prevention. 7-G. R. meeting. Physics class sings '4Happy Birthdays' to Lowell Gardner for the second time in one week. How time flies! 13-Question: Why do certain sophomores .and some junior boys think they're Indians today? Answer: Hi-Y initiation! Galamfm 1-1-Senior pictures today. lt would rain! 15fMax and Jim took extremely good care of Mrs. Photographer while her hus- band took group pictures. The Band gave a marching exhibition at Stauliier Park. 22fOh Unhappy Day! Report Cards! More people ares the "dog-house". or should be. 23-Teachers' Institute and no school. 28-Smack! Smack! Max Gwin enter- tains C. H. by telling about his love affairs. 31fTry-outs for Cheer Leaders. Con- gratulations. Hennie. Bette. and Shirlie. NOVEMBER 4fFirst basketball game of the season. New Paris 25-Bulldogs 21. Better luck next Friday. 6-New commercial teacher. Mrs. Valen- tine. to take Mr. Postma's place. Freshman theater party. 7-Rochester wins basketball game. 23-21. 11fArmistice Day! Band marches the students down town. Was anyone cold? 12-Mammas and Pops are invited to attend school to-night. Hope everyone has their lessons. By the way. who are out-of- town visitors! ! 149An upset! Bremen beats Nappanee. 28 to 17. 16-Hi-Y 'Tather and Son" banquet at the Church of the Brethren. 17-Will wonders never cease? School lets out at 3:15. Reason is: House of Magic by General Electric. 27-The speech class gave HAlmost 18" last night. Wasn't Pat cute girls. Re- publican Thanksgiving Day. 2B4VC'e lose again to Kendallville. 38-21. DECEMBER 8-Heres something next in the line of discipline . . . students help teachers elimi- nate noise by sleeping. Tch. teh. 9-G. 11. Meeting. 17-were on the air! A representative from WSBT makes a recorded interview of some of the students and teachers. It couldn't be that Mr. Abell was scared of the mike. could it? 19-Goshen came here to-night and we almost. but not quite won. Score. Goshen 27-Kappanee 24. 23-We bow again to Madison with a 26-39 margin. 2-1-Can it be possible? School is out for Xmas vacation! 26-Santa must have been good to the basketball squad. at least sonwllzing in- spired them to skin the Waka Indians with a score of 26-22! History has been made! 31-Wabash lnvitational Tourney. Did we win? We ainlt talkin'. JANUARY 5-Everyone's back in school-sleeping to recuperate from the vacation. 6-Hi-Y meeting. 9-Bulldogs play South Bend Central and almostfwin! 20--16. 10-The team travels via bus to North Side Fort Wayne only to get beat 18-39. By the way. did anyone know Theda Tyn- dall? 13iThe Reverend ,lones talks to senior C R 6 15f"Tardiness" contest is dispensed, which is good news for the Tobias twins. No more names on the board. l6fPEP APPEAL! ! Thats what it took to beat Michigan City. Nice going, Bulldogs. 19-We get word that trouble is brewing around N.l-LS.-meaning Purdue tests for all subjects! ZOYI-li-Y meeting. 2lfThe reason for the congested trallic in the assembly is that the Whois Who re- sults are posted. A11y fire-works yet? 25fThe chorus and band give a Vesper program at the Community Building. Some people. we hear. couldn't "take" Star Dust. How about that. Busche? 27-G. R. had an impromptu program to-day. and did we learn things! Let's hear more about that Hrst date, Bette. 30-Big game with Elkhart. but we just couldnit make the grade. Score, Elkhart 22-Nappanee 19. FEBRUARY 2-Something new has been added! Namely. Kirby Alexander . . . Hmmmmm! Coach Best announces a proclamation that from now on until after the tourney, there are to be absolutely N0 DATES for the Bulldogs. Siflvlr. Byers plays squeeze-box for Hi-Y program. 5fDeah me! The Student Council was invited to dinner by the Wakarnsa Student Council. Could it be they're building up a "good will" policy? 6AJohn Regenos is chosen to represent NHS in Oratorical contest. Good luck. Johnny. Basketball. Laporte 32-Nappa panee 26. l0fAnother record has been broken! -1-3 students are late today. which resulted in a detention class after school. ll-Band officers have bowling party at the Pickwick. Jody Rensberger is champ. What's that you said about a handicap, Busche 2 12-What is this weve been hearing about a certain class singing Happy Birth- day to Abe Lincoln?! I3-To-night the seniors in the band were given the baton. Moon Clouse direct- ed the school song. Perhaps that's why we lost to John Adams. 26-County Sectional begins at Elkhart with the Bulldogs making the Middies wish they were in tl1e Navy. 27-Fifty-eight students were absent this morning. tch. tch. The Bulldogs beat the Jeflis. Yeh! tea1n! ! ! 28-Nappanee puts Bristol out of the tourney but Goshen in turn puts us out in the Finals. Nice showing. Bulldogs. Good luck Goshen for the Regional. MARCH 2-Are the Goshen boys still celebrating the tourney? Anyhow a few including Sam Coppes were "ousted" from the school building today. 3-Hi-Y meeting. 6-Pictures in assembly of the life of Lincoln. How about those little white lies. students? 9-Big snow came from somewhere last night: consequently. 78 students are miss- ing to-day. l0-The usual solo contest practicing has begun. Music. or a reasonable fac- simile is coming from everywhere. G. R. Meeting. 6 llfDay of Sorrows! Report cards- and do they report! l 17-Theda and Ruby reallv have some system when it comes to announcing an- nuals. They say it in poetry. Could be theyire just romantically inclined. Hi-'Y Meeting. 20-Chorus class gives the operetta. "The Count and the Coed." We didn't know we had such affectionate classmates. or did we 'P 2-I-The Hi-Y wants to know how many girls are in the C. R. Reason: They had a party and only eiglif G. Rfs out of Sl..Yfj' came. They didn't mind. though. because the food was good and there was plenty of it. 23-Busche's soloists and ensembles came back from Wiaterloo with 21 first division winners who are now eligible for the State Contest. APRIL 2-Viihois got Spring Fever4Everyonel Last day of school before spring vacationl 7-were back from our vacation. but does anyone have their lessons? The an- swer is "NO," G. R. to-day. Sfllepresentative from Purdue U. talks to seniors after which they vote on their Baccalaureate speaker. 9sfStudent Council meeting. Whatis this about a school newspaper? Can it be possible that the impossible is goiag to be made possible? ll-Hand students come back from the State Solo and Ensemble Contest with four first division winners. Congratulations! 14aHi-Y elects oflicers for coming year. 25-District Band Contest at Hartford City. MAY l5fSectional Track Meet. Qtlfwhy the conjested halls? The new Napanets are out. of course. 22-At last. after all that preparation- THF NIGHT OF NIGHTSfRFCEPTION! ltis too late to ask for dates now. boys. 244-Baccalaureate. Mr. Jones is our speaker. 2t!iC0lXllXIlfNCElX'IENTl l Y Aren't we sorry it's all over now? Were on our own. Good luck. Forty-three. Xt Smal Zuma JUNIOR - SENIOR RECEPTION May 22 Program WEI,c:oIvIE ADDRESS RESPONSE lXlL'SlC BY STRING ENSEIIIBLE REMARKS Bi' MR. ABELL CL.xsS PROPHECY REMARKS BY MR. RooSE MUSIC BY STRING ENSEMBLE BACCALAUREATE Illefhodist Church, Sunday evening. May 24- llarch . . . ........................... Miss Barbara Mutschler Service ....................... ................. C adman High School Chorus Invocation ............. ................... ........... R e v. E. S. Mullett Girls Sextette4Selected ............................. Betty Strauss. Julia George. Virginia Holaxvay. JaIIe Alice Slabaugh. Maxine Hershberger. Jeanette Slabaugh Scripture Reading ....................,..................... Rev. A. R. Sanks Sermon ......... ...... .................. ....... .... R e v I . G. E. Jones Sanctus ...... ................... ............ G o unod High School Chorus Ilenediction ..................... .... R ev. J. M. Bowman COMMENCEMENT Nappanee High School C0mm.u.nity Bujldirzg PROGRAM Be Gone! Dull Care .......,.................. ........... H arold Rhodes As Pearly Raindrops Play ...................... .... F . Melius Christiansen High School Chorus Invocation . . . ....... ................... .... R e v. G. V. Regenos Salutatory . . . ............... ...... F rancis Weldy Flute Solo .. ............... ................. S elected Nathen Jones Address .......,.........,. ............. ..... P r of. Robert LaFollette Let us all with Gladsome Voice .............. .... VI 'ennerberg-Lundquist Uur Glorious America ....................... ......... K enneth Clark High School Chorus Valedictory ................................. ..... L isle Roose Presentation of Awards For the State Bank of Nappanee ....... Mr. F. C. Ruch For American Legion ...... ..... M r. Edward Strope For Hi-Y ........ . .. .... Mr. Lawrence Yvhite For the School ..... ..... S upt. J. A. Abell Presentation of Diplomas . . ..... Prin. G. C. Roose Benediction ............ .... R ev. M. J. Weaver yoj f Willis Roose deaf and dumb. ,loan lllellinger rooting for Nappanee instead of the opposing team Sam Richmond with the physique of Alva Yan Dyke. The basketball team without Sl1irely's inspiration. Francis Weldy not having his lesson. Bob Miller acting intelligent. Mr. Crabill not saying. "Let's get quiet nowf Raymond Kern avoiding girls. Theda Tyndall throwing a cardboard in the assembly. The Tobias twins getting to school on time every day ol' the year Kirby not chasing lo. Cassel Holre flirting with Hulvlfllfl Nvitrour. Beef not exaggerating on the next day's test. The senior Class all agreeing on the same kind of a clas Ed Pricefs orchestra playing Beethoven's 3rd symphony Betty Miller breaking off diplomatic relations with Italy. Bill Henley's chevy not south of the mill. Max Cwin getting the Tobias twins mixed up. The Freslzman boys not running after Betly l'osln1u. Natlzen not creating a sensation among the girls. Atley going with anyone but Julie. Blondie not being the main objective of three 1 Yi seniors Hobe Johnston without his Scarlett blush. - - - Bob Geyer. Mr. Abell not calling the pupils "children" .lim Martin coming to school in overalls. Paul Clause not keeping the road hot to Milford. Pat Doyle not being chased by women. NHS without the Class of '42l a rl y f . 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Manche Detroit, M Nappanee, Nappanee, Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana ster, Ind. ichigan Indiana Indiana SPORTS DespiTe The facT ThaT we had a bad luck season las far as The number of games wonl The Team had The Tull supporT of The Nappanee fans. They sTood back of The Teams and gave Them endless encouragemenf and cooperaTion. The fans have achieved The good sporTs- manship aTTiTude desired by The of- ficials and school faculTy. Our cheer leaders, BeTTe Tobias, Shirlee WalTers, and Ellen Jean Pippen, deserve much crediT in leading The fans in cheering The Team on. Along wiTh The cheer leaders The band has also encouraged The Team and fans! liITISiH1iIIlIll-IIIIilill1i-Iiliil llIIIIIIIHIIIIQII-IIISIIIIIHIIIIIII rmwag, ,T. Qmcfr mf! M Coach Wayne Best and the man- agers of the basketball teams cle- serve a lot of credit for their iu- flomitahle spirit in spite of the' extra tough Competition. Q. This picture was taken hy the 1Trutf1t photographer during the Wiakarusa game in which Nappa- uee beat Wvakarusa 26-22. The boys in the picture are Pat Doyle of Nappanee and Gene Chokey of Wiakarusa. x Mr. Best, coach, Glen Stutzman, Harold Miller, Robert Geyer, managers Q M4578 DAVID 1Davej JOHNSON Dave was one of the fastest and most ef- ficient defense men on the team. Because of his ability of fast thinking in a tight place he was elected captain. Senior. PAT 4Doy!el DOYLE Pat's ability at making baskets from any place on the floor enabled him to be one of the high scorers in the county. He was one of the fastest men on the team. Senior. HUBERT 1 Hob J JOHNSTON Hobs rebounding has helped the team to get out of a pinch many a time. He was one of the high scorers in the county tournament. Senior. WALTER 1Fislzl REED Fish had about the best average for his long shots. He has held many marked opponents below their usual number of points by his good defense. Senior. Pat Doyle David Johnson Walter Reed X' Raymond Miller Hobert Johnston Dallas Gardner Gerald Bigler James E. Miller James Newcomer Willis Roose 'F CA I wma eaaziarewwaf GERALD tLobJ BIGLER Lolfs specialty is a long shot from either side of the center circle. He was also one of the high scorers in the county tournament. Junior. DALLAS 1141111 GARDNER Ace made a jump from the second team to a reliable substitute on the first. He is looked on as one of our most promising players for the next two years. Sophomore. R AYMON D lallleyl MILLER Recause of his speed he had the hahit of stealing and tieing up the hall often. He usually was ahle to make several points each 7'llll9.100. Senior. Wm! 7mm .Sckacifde Nap. Upp. NOVEMIBICII -1 New Paris T 21 25 7 Rochester H 21 23 14- Bremen H 17 28 19 Wakarusa H 22 31 21 Kendallville T 26 35 28 Mishawaka ' H 21 38 DECEMBER 5 Riley lSo. Bendl H 29 32 12 Washington 4So Rendl T 30 32 19 Goshen H 21 27 23 Madison T 29 Ll-1 26 Wakarusa H 26 22 29 Mishawaka T 26 39 JAMES 11911051 NEWCOMER Enos's fast breaking has helped our team to add points to our score. Because of his good record this year a lot is expected of him next year. Junior. WILLIS 1If'iI1ie1 ROOSE Willis had the ability of making short shots. He was a reliable substitute and was put into the game when most needed. Senior. JAMES 1600111 MILLER Coon was one of our best rebound men. Although he is not very tall he can outjump a person several inches taller than himself. Junior. Nap. Opp. JANUARY 9 Central lSo. Bendj I-I 20 31 10 No. Side 1vFt. Wvaynel T 18 39 16 Michigan City H 39 38 23 Goshen T 22 37 30 Elkhart H 19 22 FEBRUARY 6 LaPorte H 26 32 13 John Adams ISO Bendl H 20 32 21 Riley LSO. Bendl T 11 50 Swim! lamb? NOVEMBER -l- New Paris 7 Bochester ll Bremen l9 Wakarusa 2l Kenclallville 23 Mishawaka DECEMBER 5 Riley 150. Bendl l2 Vfasliington ISO. Bendl l9 Goshen 23 Madison 26 Wakarusa 29 Mishawaka N11 p. lil lf! 13 lil l5 ll lil 18 13 16 14 l5 Opp. 2l 20 16 25 17 30 43 31 2l 25 23 29 JANUARY 9 Central lSo. Bencll l6 Michigan City 23 Goshen SO Elkhart FEBRUARY 6 Laporte 13 John Adams 430. Bendj 2l Riley 150. Bendl FIRST ROW: Royce Geyer, Max Bigler, John Mellinger, Bill Kurtz, Merril Pippen. SECOND ROW: Dewey Housouer, Richard Arnott, Dallas Gardner, James Callander, Dewey Hall, Frank Hoffer. Hu A 'ww ,A- ? R,x . I FIRST ROXV: Bill Hz-nley, Junior Fr.,-nger. James E. Miller, .Izunes Callzmder. Lisle Rocisv, Kvnneth Hamer, Bill Johnson. H0- bvrt Johnston. SECOND ROXV: Olen Stull- man, Billy Hostx-tts-r, Douglas Tobias. .lamps Nt'XVl,'OIll1'I', Richard Dwar- dort'I', Max Bigler. FIRST ROXV: LaMal' XVag- ner, George- Pipprfiigw, John Mellingger, Charles Stump. Lowell Gardner, Richard Scliule-r, Marshall H 0 ll' 1: l'. SECOND ROXV: Mr. Gr-abill, coach, XVillu1'd Lose-e-, Mervin Miller, G1 0 n Michael. David Johnson. Pat Doyle. Olen Stutz- man. Clarence- Middaugh. Royce Geyer, XV:1yne Mc- Cue-n. THIRD RIDXV: Paul Clouse. John Price-, Russel Hos- teller. Wm? April 13 Wakarusa 17 County Meet 22 Concord 24 Argos B Wakarnsa May 2 lrlkllll-Clfllfl lllislmawaka Elkhart 5 Bremen Nappanee Nappanee l5 Sectional Elkhart Xappanee 23 State Indianapolis 00 t FALl, SCHEDULEP tSl'lllNG SCHEDUl,EiiJ SEPTEMBER APRIL Nap. Opp. 2-lv lliley H 9 Concord 9 7 28 Bye . . ll Bristol 3 5 MAY 16 Middlebury 7 6 l Michigan City T 18 New Paris 15 El 5 xK'HSlllllgl0ll H 23 Elkhart 0 8 8 Central T 24- Jamestown 1 9 12 Adams T OCTOBER 15 LaPO!'l6 H 1 Millersburg 5 6 19 Elkhart T ' 22 Mishawaka H All of these games are conference ames 3 WM Among fhe many acfivifies of NHS one of fhe oufsfanding is music. In fhis, fhe l7fh volume of fhe Napanef, we have endeavored fo carry out the theme of music. In lafer years as you look through the pages of fhis book may you remember all the fun and laughter of fhose care free days af school. l , f ' I 1 'I ' Ag'-'.! 1' vga 1' th e ' 5 . A 5 ' ANA waf " .4 . PANEE' 'Nm NAPPANEE 1-HGH SCHO RUBY HOLLOWAY Edifor ROBERT GEYER Bus. Mgr. FIRST ROXV: Jay Holaway. S a m Rivhmond. Paul Bourne. SECUND ROW: Pat Doyle, Mr. 4Vil'ZliJiH, 4-out-h, XVil- lard Hmwf-r. Nap. Opp Michigan City 0 3 Elkhart 0 5 S. B. Riley 4 1 Goshen 3 1 John Adams 5 0 S. B, Central 0 5 LaPorte 1 4 Mishawaka 2 3 Some of the games were not completed be Cause of rain and darkness. flow L9 FRESHMAN lwon 7. Lost ISI Charles Stump. captain Merril Pippen Lewis Hare Max Bigler Jay Holaway Dale Gaul Wayne Mcliueu John Price SOPll0Mt Ill ES twon -ll. Lost ful Eddie Price. captain Dick Schuler Clarence Middaugh Jim Slillson Junior Mishler Dan Curtis Sam Richmond Richard Arnott F. F. A, JUNIHHS twon tv. Lost 52 Ulen Stutznian. captain llill Metzler Marshall Holler James Carl Miller Max Hollar Max POSIIIIH Keith lhnnph SIQNIUHS lwon 9. Lost 27 Lowell Gardner. captain Lisle lloose llill Welmster Darwin llively Hill Henley Willard Losee Max Cwin James Martin lWon 1. Lost llj Junior Frenger. captain Kenneth Harter LaMar Vlvagner Russel Hostetter Glenn Michael George Buss Ralph Stump Bob Freet 1? JQ. l,l'f'SI.df'I1f. . . .VIRGINIA HOLAWAY Secretary. . . .VIRGINIA SWIHART The Gills Athletic Association has seventy- four IllEIUliEl'S this year. Wie had a very entertaining initiation. It was humorous to see the new ITl6IIllJCl'S push candy kisses the length of the gym Hoor with their noses. A few went home with skinned IYIST HUXVZ Georgia Hof- ter, Ernia Jean Hollar. BI-tty De-frees, Mabel Richer, Virginia Holaway, Virginia Swihart, June Tobias. Juan Rv-Iisbn-I'gel', Joan Tobias. Doris Hull, l-II-a1I'iI:e Linn. SEN1 IND Rllkvf Hn-tty lllil- T II-I'. Hulry Hartvr, Janice Huff, liucilt- Stutznian. F1-rn I'lI'C'llgt4l', Evadean 4'lindanit-l, B+-tty Doering. GW.-Iidolyn Johnson, June Al. Tohias. Phyllis Oswalt, 12-Atty Hartman, Dorothy XVI-ax'eI', Esther Yoder. Huhy Fisher, Jean Miller. Miss Hoover, Sponsor. H I R ll Rl NV: hlildred Rlcvmwt-, Phyllis XVeIdy. lwggy Stahly, Bette To- bias. Mary Louise Laser. Marialyce l'le-tcher, Nor- ma Shi-els, Virginia Mish- lvr, Evelyn Burkholder. Grace lil'Q?t'l1t', Clara Ham- ilton, Virginia Jensen, 131-tty Davis. Agiies. Muntz. ISI-tty Longtield, Maxine XVI-aver. FOURTH RUXVZ Ada Culp. l+'I':IIIt-cs lit-How. M a r y Ellen Nt-to-I'I-l'. li t' l t- I1 Miftzler. H+-tty Strauss. ltuhy Holloway. Jeanette Slabaiigh, Maryann Fox, -It'1ll'l Uyler, Vivian Post- HIFI, f'2lil'1f'l'lllE Mil l e r, ICI--zinor I'h--nd, Annainae R e e d. Eileen Madlem Dorothy Sh e e t s, Marg: Pfeitfer. FIFTH ROXV: ltlargaret Se- christ. Shirlee XValterS. and hruised noses. The old and new members alike enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. The sports the girls participate in are: in- door baseball. basketball. volleyball. track. tennis. hiking. bowling. and bicycling. When a girl has earned 150 points. she gets her H. S. monogram which entitles her to buy a large N monogram. -Virginia Szriliart. Ellen Jean Pippen. Fran- ces Neterer, Jean Rich- mond, Julia George, Jane Alice Slabaugh. XVilma, Nettrour. Betty Gaut, Charlotte Shaum. Jean Rensberger, Norma Se- .christ, May Muntz, Mari- alyce Metzler. Mary Net- trour. Marilyn Richmond. 'NQQ in VV: g in s, ' r jakw Hobert: "I don't see how football players ever get clean after a game." Theda: "Silly, what do you suppose the scrub teams are for '?i, -0- Marg: "How much do you love me?" Enos: "I love you so much that for you I would leave a ball game in the sixth inning. with the score tied. three men on and two men out." -0- Mrs. Gwin lafter relating a pathetic storyl : "Now: son. wouldn't you like to give your rabbit to that poor little boy who hasn't any father?" Max fclutching his pet rabbitl: "Couldn't we give him Daddy instead?" -O- Jo: "Did you ever hear anything so won- derful?" las the radio ground out the latest in swingl. Mr. Mullett: "Can't say I have. although I once heard a collision between a truckload of empty milk cans and a car filled with ducks." -Og "0h. I know a few things!" exclaimed the haughtv senior. "Well. you haven't anything on me." re- torted the freshman confidently: "I guess I know as few things as anybodyf, -O.. Norma Sechrist had been unusually silent during the concert, but it was obvious some- thing was puzzling her. 'fBy the way." she said. when a piece came to an end, L'What's that book the conductor keeps looking at?', "That's the score of the overturef, Dave re- plied. uOh." she exclaimed. NWho's winning?" -0- Customer: 'cAnd you have the nerve to ask five dollars a bottle for this nerve tonic'?', Chemist: nYes. madam. that shows what it will do. I take it regularly." "Doctor, if there is anything the matter with me. donlt frighten me half to death by giving it a long scientific name. ,lust tell me what it is in plain English." "W'ell. Marshall. to be frank with you. you are lazy." "Thank you. doctor. Now tell me the scientific name for it. Iive got to report to the principalfi -04 Farmer: "And this is the cider press. ma'am." Jean Oyler: "How interesting. And when do you run off the next edition?" fo- Mr. Best: "Why do they have knots on the ocean instead of miles?" Coon: "To keep the ocean tide." -Om A Scotchman discovered a previous cus- tomer's tip beside his plate in a restaurant. He summoned the waitress: "I found this beside my plate." he told her. "I'm a sportsmanffll match ye for it." 40- Skip: "My father is a brave man. he is. He killed five lions and an elephant in Africa. single-handed." ,lim Martin: "Bosh. thatis nothing. Fly dad bought a new sedan when ma wanted a coupe." -0- Miss Barnard: "Did you make the debate team ?" Dave Miller: "N-n-no. They s-s-said I wasn't t-t-tall enough." A0- Boss fstormingl: "You're firedlw Ora Stout: 4'Fired? That's news to me. I always supposed slaves were sold." -O- O. A.: '4You always do all the talking and never listenf, Viv: 'QHOW ridiculous! Iive heard every word I've saidf, ,Mega Julie: "Hun upstairs and get my watch for me." Atley: "Wait awhile and it will run down." Julie: "Oh no it won'tl Wie have a wind- ing stairs." A+ Doyle tlooking down over the bridge at a fishermanl : "Are the fish biting today ?" Clouse tdisgustedlyl : HI couldn't say for sure. But if they are. theyire biting each other." to-. Cassel Hoke: "What time do you get up in the summer?" Earl Holderman: "As soon as the first ray of sun comes in at my window." Cassel: "Isn't that rather early?" Earl: "Oh, noi My room faces west? Mr. Busche: "What key are you playing in?" Player: "Skeleton keyf, Mr. Busche: 'Skeleton key?" Player: g'Yes, it fits anything." ...OT "Jo. l'm going to kiss you under the mistle- toe when l gof, said Kirby, who had tarried so long that he was wearing out his welcome. L'Do it now, while I'm still young," ,lo re- plied wearily. Zo.. Kind gentleman to a little boy eating an ap- ple: "Look out for the worms, sonnyf' Bill Webster: 4'W'hen I eat an apple, the worms have to look out for themselves." .-OT If all the pupils who sleep in classes were laid out in a long line, they would be a lot more comfortable. tt HDVERTISIH6 .qgqqqq It has always been the policy of our store to fit you correctly or not at all. I would like to have you stop in and try on a pair ot Nunn- Bush ANKLE-FASHIONED OXFORDS. 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And yet it 1 V fi. has been observed that only 57, of the world's people make an effort Q 44 . . . ' .i. to discover rt. Success. Arnold Bennett sand that most people do not ff ',. 1 u n u Q. desire success, that they do not know what rt is, and would not recognize I o'o Q. rt. lt is a truth that, at one time, there are never more than 57. of the If 'X' . . . ,, -5. people anywhere, who have enough of the old 'gut up and gut , to if 'A' . -x+ become self starters, let alone leaders. Most people, the 9570, want 'Z' -X' , , 4. sg- until someone comes by on the band wagon and then try to climb .1 .,. - . 'Q' aboard. They are never there to hutch up the horses that pull the fi QAQ Av is wagon . . . let alone lead the band, find the wagon, or drive lt. So It .f. 'A' O6 'E' is that success is not especially difficult . . . it us not hard to step up unto ff .,. A 'I' the 57. because so few people ever try to get there . . . w 4. ' ,. , . sg- But there is one thought to keep constantly In mind. And If its truth and .g. as . . ' 5+ value rs comprehended there is great hope that you are on the verge of 111 as . . . . . ' gs marching as one of the fave . . . a success. That thought is sxmply this: If .. ,., -24 There is one thing more important than success, and that is to DESERVE IT. .i. C4 V .Q ff: I5 MUTSCHLER BROTHERS COMPANY is aware that much of what has been ff: V QI said of personal success applies to the success of a business. Through E, . Ig each succeeding successful year of its fifty, MUTSCHLER has acknowl- ff: 9 5 edged its obligation by striving to build finer products for less money fi: .,. . -5. for more people. ff: va .g. 'X' -I4 -X' 4. .g. . 6' MUTSCHLER BROTHERS COMPANY 'I' -xs Iii 2 NAPPANEE, INDIANA, U. S. A. 'Q 'A 'X' .... -'- ? 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