Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)
- Class of 1946
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THE TICK OF THE ASSEMBLY CLOCK . . .
THE PULSE OF THE STUDENTS . . . . . . . .
THE FACULTY . . . . . . A FULL DAY'S
RECORD OF EVENTS .... . . . FROM
THE TINKLE OF THE ALARM . . . . . . . . .
TILL LIGHTS OUT . . . . . . A FULL
DAY OF WORK AND PLAY ....
Nappanee High School - - Nappanee, Indiana
A DAY BEGINS ....
THE DOORS OPEN . . .
WE EAT, THEN BACK TO
IT'S TIME TO LEARN ...... IT'S TIME TO MEET
. . . . . TIME TO PLAY AND ENTERTAIN . . . . .
AT NAPPANEE THERE IS A TIME FOR EVERY-
THING AND WE WILL SHOW YOU JUST HOW IT
GOVERNS OUR LIVES ..........
THE 1946 XV
WE ENTERTAIN THE
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LEFT: Lamar Stoops
Secretary, Board of Education
CENTER: John Coppes
Treasurer, Board of Education
RIGHT: Carlyle Mutschler
President, Board of Education
. LEFT: Galen C. Roose
D 'Goshen College
1 3' Manchester College
Indiana University, A. B., M. S.
RIGHT: Lyle K. Klitzke
Teache1"s College, Whitewater, Wis
University of Iowa, B. A.
University of Chicago, M. A.
Memories fade with lime, but we shall remember those who made it pos-
sihle for us to receive an education in these four years of our high school.
Nor shall we let slip from our minds our teachers, advisors, and spon-
sors who listened to our moans and groans, likes and dislikes, through our
high school days. We didn't always agree with them, nor they with us, but we
knew all the time what they said Lwent' and they were right. We Couldn't
see that the work was for our benefit and it was their patience that got us
from one day into another.
We didnnt understand then but we will when our days with them and
Nappanee High are over.
First lion'-I,--t't-lii,u'lit-Irma lllzink, lflnprlish. Home Ifleononiiesg 1'hai'les liyers. .xg'I'l4'lllllll't'.
Shop: l'lltner 1'udwortli, Seienee, Matlienizities: Mary .lean Gray, musie: Lewis ll:il1e1,:f,:ei',
l'nsti'unient:il nlusie. eoinnieree:
Seeulitl ltow--t,et't-ltiglit-t'lzirenee Holaway, Lzinguage, Mathematies, soeizil studies: Esther
lloover, l'l15'si4-:il ediu-ation. soeial studies: Mrs. Lui-y Miles, English: Mrs. Edith l'elel1l'zim.
Spiwelt, l'Im.:'lisli: Harvey l'ostmu. Uoinmerei-1 Mildred Shively, Soc-izil studies, Illnglisli,
'Fliird ltow-l.et't-ltig4'l1t4.Iiimes XX'eddle. l'liysieal edueation, eonimeree. .lane Ann NVQ-inter,
Art: liziwrenee XYl1ite, soeizil studies: Mrs, .l. Milton Bowman, Iiilwleg Mrs. Karen Kilidig,
nurse: Mary Iiouise Laiser, Ulerlt.
FACULTY AND CLASS
For our Victory Bond Drive two of our co-operative teachers, Mr.
buying of several bonds. '
e and Mr. Cudworth, gave a shaving demonstration in return for the
Mr. Weddle gave us a demonstration in health class of how to bandage
a burned hand. Bob Stillson was the sad victim. The on-lookers were Lois
Thomas, Dean Guard, George Flowers, and ,lacquie Estep. ' v
Other attractions at our Bond Drive were
Fred "Bing Crosby" Curtis and ,lim "Harry
James" Lentz. They were persuaded to play
by bond pledges.
Time before and between
The Hi-Y mile of dimes
was for a worthy cause.
Mr. Klitzke gives "Bus'
a shine for his share in buy-
ing war bonds.
Someone iust gave me a beautiful clock
Which guards o'er my desk like a dog o'er
It advises me, urges me, warns me and pleads
And generally keeps me as prompt as my needs.
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Girl's Sextet 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Drum Majorette 2, 3, 45 Debate Vice-
President 45 Dramatic Club 45 "Voice
of America" 45 "Leading Lady" 45
"Cash and Carrie" 45 "Belle of Bag-
dad" 15 Journalism 3, 45 Music Editor
of D'Bulldog 45 National Honor So-
ciety 45 Napanet Staff 45 Faculty Sec-
retary 45 Valedictorian 45 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Sec. G. R. 455
Pres. G, R. 25 G. A. A. 25 Dramatic
Club 45 "Voice of America" 45 "Lead-
ing' Lady" 45 "Cash and Carrie" 45
Journalism 2, 35 Librarian 1, 2, 35
Faculty Secretary 4.
Noon Basketball 1: Varsity Basketball
2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 U. S. Navy 4.
Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A.
1, 2, 3, 45 Faculty Secretary 45 Nap-
anet Stall' 4: Monitor 25 F. F. A.
Treas. 1, 2, 3, 45 District F. F. A.
Vice-President 45 "Cash and Carrie"
G. A. A. 1, 25 Monitor 2, 3, 45 Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 45 Treas. G. R. 45 Class
President 25 Journalism 3, 45 Saluta-
Student Council 2, 3, 45 Cross country
35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basket-
hall 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treas. of Hi-Y 45
Napanet Staff Assistant Business
lglagiagei 45 National Honor Society
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Sextet 45 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. Sec.45
Double Sextet 2, 3: Sec. of G. A. A.
1. 25 Journalism 2, 3, 45 Dramatic
Club 45 "Voice of America" 45 "Lead-
ing Lady" 45 Pres. of Dramatic Club
45 "Belle of Bagdad" 15 Calendar Ed-
itor Napanet 4.
F. F. A. 1. District Reporter 2, Pres. 3,
Sec. 45 Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Monitor 25 Napanet StaE 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 "Voice of
America" 45 "Leading Lady" 45 "Cash
and Carrie" 45 Journalism 2, 3, Fea-
ture Editor 45 Alumni Editor of Nap-
anet 4 Faculty Secretary 45 Librari-
an 3, .
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Journalism 35 Track 1,
2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3. .
Journalism 3, 45 Sports Editor 35
Class President 3, 45Track 1, 2, 3,45
Noon Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3,
Vice-President 45 Dramatic Club 45
"Voice of America" 45 "Leading
Lady" 45 Business Manager Napanet
G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3, 45 Class Vice-President 35 Student
lCouncil 2, 45 Dramatic Club 45 "Voice
of America" 45 "Leading Lady" 45
Editor Napanet 45 Journalism 3. 45
Sports Editor 35 Asst. Sports Editor
45 Faculty Secretary 45 Asst Librarian
45 National Honor Society 45 D. A. R.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3,
45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45
"Voice of America" 45 Student Coun-
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45
Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 45
Student Council President 45 Nation-
al Honor Society 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3,
45 Dramatic Club 45 "Voice of Amer-
ica" 45 "Cash and Carrie" 45 Band
Treas. 45 Vice-Pres. National Honor
Society 45 Secretary Napanet 45
F. F. A. 2, 3, 45 Chapter Reporter 3,
Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
G. A. A. 45 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45
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Bill H ostetter Louise Pletcher
Hi-Y 2, Track 1.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A, A. 1,
Art Editor Napanet 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4,
Journalism 3, Faculty Secretary 4. Barbara Postma
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Journalism
3, 4, Student Council 3, Asst. Secre-
tary 4, National Honor Society 4,
Asst. Editor Napanet 4, Librarian 2,
3, 4, Class Vice-President 4.
Noon Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Journalism
G. A. A. 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3,
4, "Belle of Bagdad" 1, Journalism
3, 4, Student Council 2, Monitor 2.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Noon Basketball 2,35
Varsity Basketball 4, Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4, Track 3.
4Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Noon
Basketball 1, 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, U. S. Navy 4.
F. F, A. 1, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 3,
Journalism 3, Dramatic 4, "Voice oi
America" 4, "Leading Lady" 4, "Cash
and Carrie" 4.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Journalism
3, 4, Librarian 3, Faculty Secretary
G. A. A. 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4,
Librarian 4, Journalism 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, Sextet 4, Octet 4, Dou-
ble Sextet 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3,
4, G. A. A. 1, 2, Journalism 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council2,
Journalism 4, Asst. Music Editor 4,
"Belle of Bagdad" 1, Double Sextet
2, 3 , Sextet 4, Sketch Club 2, Secre-
tary-Treasurer of Chorus 4.
Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Eugene S ponseller
Noon Basketball 1, 2, Student Basket-
ball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4.
Noon Basketball 1, Hi-Y 2, 3- 4.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, Sketch Club 1,
President 2, Asst. Art Editor Napan-
et 4, Journalism Asst. Art Editor 3,
Art Editor 4,
Band 1, 2, Marching Captain 3, Pres-
ident 4, Band Librarian 1, Hi-Y 2,
Secretary 3. President 4, National
Honor Society President 4, Student
Council 3, 4, Journalism Editor 4.
Mary Helen Walters
G. A. A. 1, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer G. R. 3, Dramatic Club 4,
"Voice of America" 4, "Leading Lady"
4, "Belle of Bagdad" 1, Band 2, 3,
Double Sextet 3, Sketch Club 2, Lit-
erary Editor Napanet 4.
Prettiest Girl ,,......,,,,
Handsomest Boy ,,..., '---,A- D gan Guard
Best Dressed .,.,.A -.--,YY, D Orig Ang-lin
Best Dressed Boy -------- ....... B ill Hostetter
Friendliest Girl ....,v..
Friendliest Boy ..v,.,.,.
Best Dancer, Girl .,i,i.i,.
Best Dancer, Boy ........ ,,,,,,V777 D gan Guard
Most Studious Girl ..,i.....,. , ,i,i iv Jeanette Clouse
Most Studious Boy .iiil.......i........iiilii ....... J ohn Thompson
One Who Has Done Most For Class e.ee iii. , .,.. P hyllis Guard
Most Likely to Succeed, Girl ...,,...ee,e l..,
Most Likely to Succeed, Boy ,.,,,,e B .... B
Wittiest Girl ....ei.e.....,...,..eee
Wltt16St Boy ..e.
Most Ambitious Girl
Most Ambitious Boy
Neatest Girl i,,,........ii
Neatest Boy BB .... -.
Best Singer, Girl ......
Best Singer, Boy ......
Biggest Flirt, Girl
Biggest Flirt, Boy ..,e... .....,,. B B ....,,. B.
Cutest Couple ......,..ee....
Always Smiling, Girl
Always Smiling, Boy
B ,i,.,,. John Thompson
,, ,.... John Thompson
ii.ii , ,i,. .B Jacquie Estep
Jeanette and Herman
B .... Robert Kring
Best Figure ii,,,,,,,,,lii,,,, ...... M ary Helen Walters
Best Physique ,... ee..,,,,......,,....... ..,....,. B B BB .... BB BB Herman Hall
Most Popular Girl CTieJ .. Phyllis Guard and Jean Dunnuck
Most Popular Boy .,....,,,,.,, B .... .B ........B. B BB.BB..B .B .... Dean Guard
Best Natured Boy ,...B., ...B BBBB... R obert Kring
Best Natured Girl .....i,.
Best Athlete .,........ -
Shyest Girl ................ BB.... BBBB B B B
Shyest Boy ....B.......
Most Popular Girl Among the Boys B..B.B.. BB..B.. J acquie Estep
Most Popular Boy Among the Girls ..B. BB ....... Dean Guard
To The Class of 1946:
Congratulations, members of the Class of 1946, for your achievement
in earning a high school diploma bearing the name and seal of Nappanee
High School. You will now be accepted in the select group of men and
women who constitute the alumni of the school, ranging from the first class
of 1898 to the newest and latest-"your class" of 1946.
As members of this association, you will be expected to shoulder the
important responsibilities of citizenship in the new post-war world. Al-
though most of your high school days were spent under the gray skies of
world conflict, I am confident that you, with the other thousands of gradu-
ates of high schools all over the country, will work as hard for a lasting,
righteous world peace as you did in giving all-out assistance to our country
during the war period.
If your school training, made possible by teachers, administrators,
school 'board members, parents, and friends of education, will be of value
to you in understanding and improving human relations in the larger en-
vironment in which you must now live, this will indeed be re-assuring proof
that our American school system has made its contribution in building a
lf at all possible, plan to continue your formal education in your cho-
sen field of endeavor-if not, so discipline and shape your everyday living
and thinking to provide the utmost happiness, success, and satisfaction in
accepting the responsibilities of citizenship in this great country we so
proudly call America.
L. K. KLITZKE, Supt.
We, the class of 1946, possessing superior mentality and extraordinary talents,
do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament.
As we are about to leave these "Famed Halls of Education" we wish to bestow
upon the underclassmen, these, our priceless possessions:
To the freshmen our coyness and ability to influence the teachers which we
lacked as frosh but accumulated through four years of experience.
To the sophomores all our grief, work, and sacrifice we made in planning the
reception in our junior year.
To the juniors our dignity and superior minds which come only with greatest
intelligence and experience and which they will need much of in the next year.
To the entire faculty we bequeath our love and appreciation for the many things
they have done so graciously to give us our poise and self-confidence to face our
future with the utmost intelligence created from our career in N. H. S.
The remaning will and testaments are the greatest bequests that could possibly
come from the depths of the grateful, humble, and generous hearts of the seniors.
I, Doris Elaine Anglin, will my surpulus t?J weight and height to Anna Lou
Gonderman to be added to her own.
I, Richard Earl Arnott, will my interest in economics to any junior who likes
it as well as I did.
I, Verna Lou Arnott, will my giggling part in the class play to anyone in next
yearls cast who thinks she can take the part as naturally as I did.
I, Dallas William Burkholder, will my dark complexion to Dick Klitzke.
I, ,lean Ellen Dunnuck, will my good nature to Jane Lou Bigler.
I, Jacqueline Estep, will my ability of going with several men at the same time
lespecially sailorsj to any one who thinks she can do any better.
I, George Dallas Flowers, will my green sweater to George Byers to take the
place of his red plaid shirt.
I, Dale ,Iunior Hershberger, will my comic books and sleeping hours in the
assembly to Dick Linn, knowing that he will make good use of them.
I, Joseph William Gould, will my dignity and quiet manner to Beverly Hahn.
I, Willis Dean Guard, will my 'ginterestl' in Manchester College to anyone who
likes to drive her Merry Oldsmobile better than I do.
I, Phyllis Jean Guard, will my hard work and long hours on the annual to next
year's Napanet editor.
We, Herman Burdett Hall and Jeanette Fay Clouse, will our cozy seats in
economics class to Dick Stoops and Peg Lloyd provided they can hold hands as long
as we did without Mr. Wl1ite's knowing it.
I, Rose Marie Hartman, do will my ability in being late in the m.orning to my
younger sister, Kate, because I know she will have as far to come as I did.
I, Dorothy May Hood, will my studious nature to my sister, Betty.
I, William Lee Hostetter, will my complete wardrobe to George Stoops to be
used sparingly with what he already has.
We, Betty Lou Lynch and Marilyn Ann Huff, will our positions as waitresses at
the B. and B. to any two who can work together as long as we have and still remain
such good pals. '
I, Joyce Elaine Klingaman, will my tall, light and lean boy friend to ,Ioan
Strauss to create a pleasing contrast.
I, Robert Lamar Kring, will my ability of skipping school and getting by with
it to .Ioan Stuckman so she doesn't get caught so often.
I, Delores .Ianet Kurtz, will my stories and jokes to anyone who thinks he can
tell any bigger and better ones.
I, .Iames Kleith Mellinger, will my famous butch-haircut to Fred Curtis to be
used as long as it doesn't hinder his popularity in his swoon crooning.
I, Wilbur James Metzler, will my out-of-town flames to George Malcolm provid-
ed he never finds anyone more interesting in town.
' I, David Warren Miller, will my tall sea-faring tales to Dewey Eppley knowing
that he has a good start now.
I, Richard Eugene Miller, do will my ability of telling blood curdling, spine-
chilling tales in speech class to Art Schwartz.
I, Betty Lou Moore, will my dimples to Dick Callander to add to what he has
I, Shirley Arbelle Pittman, will my bookkeeping apparatus to anyone that can
slave over it harder than I.
I, Louise .... .......... P letcher, will my long wavy locks to Mr. White and
Mr. Roose to be divided evenly.
I, Barbara Ellen Postma, will my high soprano voice to Phyllis Weaver.
I, Aubrey Walter Schultz, will my trust-worthy bicycle to Lowell Kuhn to aid
him in his long trip to and from school.
I, Jean Ellen Sechrist, will my light blond curly hair to my cousin, Nancy ,Io
I, Landon Lyle Smith, will my height and ability to play basketball to next
year's center player, hoping he will do as well as I have done.
I, Earl Eugene Sponseller, will my position as manager of the Bulldogs to Levi
I, Robert Gabriel Stillson, will my shyness and quietness to Betty Strang.
I, Lois Irene Thomas, will my wittiness to Margaret Farrington.
I, John Isaac Thompson, will my golden-toned trumpet and orchestra to David
Widmoyer if he thinks he could have the patience I have had with them.
I, Mary Helen Walters, will my blue basketball sweater and my ever-faithful
soldier friend to anyone who thinks she could write more letters to him than I have.
All the superfluous possessions we bequeath to our beloved economics teacher,
We do hereby appoint Mr. Lewis G. Habegger as sole executor of our last will
and testament. In witness thereof, we the class of 194-6, seal this on the seventeenth
day of April Anno Domini, one thousand nine hundred and forty-six.
During our recent journey to the Orient we were privileged to visit the Oriental
Carden of the famed 'Lseerf' Hajah Hubba-Hubba. While walking through the garden
we ran into an old friend, Aubrey Schultz, who, we learned was "Keeper of the
Keys" of the Hubba mansion and it was through him that we were permitted to see
the Rajah. We herewith disclose to you the astonishing events that took place in
this exclusive mansion.
We were first ushered into a large room, heavily carpeted with oriental rugs.
At the windows hung beautiful gold embroidered curtains and the walls were inlaid
with mirrors from floor to ceiling. Then we entered a dimly lighted hall which led
to a small darkened roomg entering the room we were greeted by a heavily robed
and bejeweled figure which was the Hajah in person. He motioned to us to sit down
by a small table. He then asked us what we would like to know. We told him we
would like to know what the future holds in store for us, the class of ,46. Without
a word to us he went through some queer motions and mumbled some magic words.
No sooner had he spoken than his 'iatomicn crystal exploded and left in the air a
large puff of smoke, from which emerged our classmates, one by one.
The first thing that came into view was the Stork Club with neon lights which
read: "Starring Thompson's Tormentors." Looking inside we saw the leader of the
band was JOHN THOMPSON. We noticed that BARBARA POSTMA was his featured
vocalist. The Rajah interrupted at this point to tell us, and to our great surprise, that
Barbara was now MRS. THOMPSON. Now who would ever have thought that John
would go blond crazy! I l
The Empire State Building then came into view and high on a ladder we saw a
man industriously washing the 85th story windows-we were amazed to see that it
was LYLE SMITH.
The scene shifted to another of New York's night spots and we saw photo bulbs
flashing as the wealthy oil heiress, HOSE HARTMAN, entered the Club Morocco on the
arm of DALE HERSHBERGER, who was working for the Excellent Escort Service. The
liajah told us that Hosieis Millions were inherited from "Clell's Shell." We observed
that the Photographers were from Spot Shot magazine and were none other than
DALLAS BURKHOLDER and GEORGE FLOWERS. They got their first experiences in
photography from working on the '46 Napanet and decided to make a career of it.
We saw that the Morocco was run by BILL HOSTETTER. Nice going, Bill! l ! As we
looked inside we noticed the snappy hat-check girl was DOROTHY HOOD. Now, Bill!!!
Our view then changed to the Waldorf Astoria. Inside we saw that DELOROS
KURTZ was head receptionist. She always wanted to spend a week-end at the Waldorf,
iwitli or without Vanj. and now she was stationed there permanently. Rajah Hubba-
Huhba broke in at this point and said, "Speaking of Van Johnson, your classmate,
JEAN DUNNUCK, has followed her heart's desire to Hollywood and is finally satisfied
with being his private secretary."
Next to come into view was the comic strip, Little Lulu, featured in the New York
Times, and to our surprise it was drawn by our own JIM MI-:LLINGI-IR. The Rajah
called our attention to the resemblance of Little Lulu to LOIS THOMAS, who was now
We then saw a brightly colored neon light saying, "Moore's Modern Modes."
Looking inside the large building the sign hung on we saw BETTY MOORE pinning
and draping 'a clinging black nylon material on the shapely figure of her model
Another small explosion occurred and Ashland College came into view. We saw
a cheering crowd. We asked the Rajah what it was all about. He answered, "Your
classmate, HERMAN HALL, has reached the height of his coaching career as his Ash-
land iliagles' have just defeated the Notre Dame Irish 97-32.9
Next we saw a jet-propelled train streaking into Carrettg jumping out of the
engineer's cab was BOB CROWE. Could that really be his interest in Garrett? We
wonder! l !
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The smoke lifted and on the outskirts of Nappanee we saw two bedraggled,
weather-beaten characters feebly lifting their thumbs toward the east. Looking
closer we saw it was BOB STILLSON and WILBUR METZLER-Still on their way to
Milford! I l
While yet in the suburbs of Nappanee we caught sight of a little ily-in restau-
rant with a special helicopter landing field in back. A sign above it read, "Lynch
and Huff Snappy Service." Just think, MARILYN HUFF and BETTY LYNCH still in the
same business, their motto must be "The way to a manis heart is through his stomach. '
The scene quickly changed to the familiar street of Elm, immediately Walter's
Beauty Shoppe came into view. We saw Mrs. Kenny Walters, formerly PHYLLIS
GUARD, in a stiff white uniform deftly shampooing SHIRLEY PlTTMAN,S hair. The
Rajah again interrupted to say that Shirley was the top-notch socialite of Nappanee
and was throwing a big party for the governor that night.
We also saw a little red schoolhouse in Locke, inside at the teacher's desk we
saw JEANETTE CLOUSE ruler in hand and specks on her nose, looking very bored,
teaching her government class. Too bad Hermie wasn't there to hold her hand as he
used to in government class back in '46.
Next to come into view was radio station J 0 K E of Goshen and behind the
"mikey in a fiashy red and white ensemble we saw JOYCE KLINCAMAN. Her interest
still seemed to lie in Goshen.
The smoke swirled higher and Manchester College came into the scene. One of
the doors inside attracted our attention-DEAN GUARD, Professor of Ancient History.
Because the door was opened we could see Dean in horn-rimmed glasses behind the
massive desk, his brow knitted in deep thought. The question was: HWere his thoughts
about ancient Greece or a co-ed of ancient Manchester in '4-6?"
This picture faded and into its place came Playland Park at South Bend. There,
speeding around the race track, was the famed 4'Hell Driver," BOB KRING. He always
was pretty good at being reckless and now it was his profession.
The smoke rose higher and we were in Chicago viewing a sky-scraper. On one of
the windows we noticed big black letters reading: DALE FREET, Accounting and Book-
keeping. He at last had his reward for being so studious in high school.
We saw next a large animal hospital with DAVE MILLER as head-surgeon. Inside,
JOE COULD was nervously pacing the fioor awaiting news from the doctor concerning
his famed race horse, "Shirlwind.', We learned from the Rajah that Joe was manager
of the Spink Hotel and was now going in for horse racing and that his entire fortune
depended on this sick horse's recovery.
The smoke rose higher and with a low rumble Hollywood, California, came into
view. We then saw on the corner of Twig and Vine Street, RICHARD MlLLER,S Vine-
yard Restaurant. 'iliichi' we were told, bought this from Tom Brenneman a few years
back. Inside we recognized as master of ceremonies EUGENE SPONSELLER and JEAN
SECHRIST as the featured singer.
Then we saw a small apartment house. As the scene was brought closer we saw
JACQUIE ESTEP patiently going over her dance routine, the Swoony Swan Dance,
which she had made famous. fWe also heard that she had revised the "Hootchie Coot-
chie" and made something quite modern out of it.J
The last small puff took us out to Warner Brothers Studio and there we saw
DICK ARNOTT doing a stand-in for Tyrone Power in a scene from the "Saturday Night
Date." ln competition with c'Hinge7, was his little sister, VERNA Lou who was starring
in S'Hilarious Comedy," produced by Paramount so the Rajah informed us. Im-
agine ! l ! Both the Arnotts in the Movies! !
As the smoke began to fade the writers came into view, we saw the South Bend
Tribune and DORIS,S Want Ad for miscellaneous items such as: Baton pupils, piano
pupils, clarinet students, and The Civil Engineer. On the opposite page we saw
MARY,S advice column-her topic was "What To Do With a Philandering Husband."
And This, dear classmates, is what destiny has in store for you.
Mary Helen Walters
ALUMNI FOR '45
North Manchester, Indiana
Ball State Teacher's College Muncie, Indiana
Associate Investment Co.
Mrs. Robert Canen
Mrs. Lowell Blosser
Associate Investment Co.
At home, farming
Nappanee Telephone Co.
Nappanee Milling Co.
glappanee Lumber Sz Mfg.
Nappanee Lumber 8z Mfg.
Nappanee Specialty Co.
Nappanee Telephone Co.
I-Iartzler Motor Co.
South Bend Business
South Bend Business
Mr . Jr. Klotz
Nappanee Lumber dz Mfg.
South Bend, Indiana
South Bend, Indiana
North Manchester, Indiana
North Manchester, Indiana
South Bend, Indiana
South Bend, Indiana
Go hen, Indiana
Sunday Evening, May 26, 1946 at 8 o'clock
Organ Prelude ........................ Miss Helen Betz-Organist, Methodist Church
Processional-Class of 1946 ............................................ Miss Betz, Organist
Selected Music ....
...........Rev. J. F. Bright, Pastor United Brethren Church
........High School Chorus, Mary Jean Gray, Director
L. A. Hatch, Pastor Church of Cod
School Girls' Sextet, Miss Gray, Director
Sermon ............. ........ R ev. J. Milton Bowman, Pastor First Brethren Church
Selected Music ........
.Rev. B. E. Boomershine, Pastor Church of the Brethren
of 1946 ......................... .................. M iss Betz, Organist
COMMUNITY BUiLD1Nc AUDITORIUM
Wednesday Evening, May 29, 1946, at 8:15 o'cl0ck
Processional-"Coronation March" fMyerbeerj .................... Class of 1946
High School Band-Lewis C. Habegger, Conductor
Invocation .... Rev. Arthur Keim, Pastor Union Center Church of the Brethren
Selected Music ..,............................................. Members of High School Band
Salutatory Address .................................................................. Jeanette Clouse
Address .......... Dr. W. C. Beavis-Prof. of Education, University of Chicago
Selected Music .......................... 6 ..................... M embers of High School Band
Presentation of American Legion Awards ............ Nappanee American Legion
Post 154, Mr. Bernard Uline, Commander
Valedictory Address .................................................................... Doris Anglin
Selected Music .................. ....... .... .......... M e m bers of High School Band
Presentation of Diplomas ............................................ Mr. Carlyle Mutschler
President, Board of School Trustees
Benediction ............................ Rev. H. A. P. Homer, Pastor Methodist Church
Recesslonal-"Coronation March" .......................................... The Graduates
High School Band l
FIRST Row-Left-Right: Helen Messner, Mary Ellen Middaugh, Phyllis Mellinger,
Bette Strang, Carrie Peters, Marcelene May, Norma Ralston, Donnabelle Mast,
SECOND Row-Left-Right: Nancy Uline, Marilyn Miller, Pauline Wise, Mary Jeanette
Welty, Virginia Warren, Pegge Lloyd, George Malcolm, Levi Tobias, Miss Weim-
TIIIRD Row-Left-Right: Arthur Schwartz, Phillip Price, Wayne North, Eugene
Slagle, Richard Rohrer, Jack Milleman, Jack Wilbur, Richard Stoops.
FIRST ROW-Left-Right: Norma Kuhn, Phyllis Bennett, Norma Bleile, Doris Holaway,
Jane Bigler, Patsy Hare, Anna Lou Gonderman, Thelma Coppes.
SECOND Row-Left-Right: Robert Gould, Arthur Haney, Billie Jean Gran, June
Haines, Mary Catherine Hartman, Rosemary Jacobs, Mr. Postma, sponsor.
THIRD Row-Left-Right: James Lentz, Dewey Eppley, Benny Housouer, Richard
Klitzke, Phillip Cripe, Jerry Finklea, Owen Lemna.
PRESIDENT ........ ..... D ick Stoops
VICE-PRESIDENT .......... ...... P egge Lloyd
SECRETARY-TREASURER .... ..... N ancy Uline
And now we are Juniors. We are busy, curious, determined, and often
anxious. We work together, as we have worked and played together since
the first grade, with the smoothness of accustomed teamwork. As new mem-
bers have entered the class we have absorbed them into our group, welcom-
ing their ideas as we taught them our class traditions and old loyalties.
Dick Stoops has made a good president this year, and Nancy llline has
conscientiously done her duty as secretary for the fifth consecutive year. We
have had class meetings and parties, the highlight of social events was a
skating party in Elkhart.
We have forty-eight members in our class. Mr. Postma and Miss
Weimer are our class sponsors.
We, the class of '48, began our flight on September ll, 1945, with a
full crew of 53. We lost only one crewman during the entire year. We
elected George Byers pilot and Joe Stillson co-pilot, with Gordon Neterer,
Betty Hostetter, Carl Lemna and Fred Curtis our special representatives to
the student council. Miss Blank and Mr. Byers were our oflicial command-
Our first High: was to end in November with our destination, a class
partyg but hazardous conditions prevented this. We tried several forced
landings throughout the year for the same purpose but all failed. Finally
in February our plane came to rest, despite many dilliculties, and we en-
joyed a class party.
We are eagerly looking forward to our next flight which will carry us
into the junior year.
Fmsr Row-Left-Right: Joan Bigler, Phyllis Beery, Louise Berry, Barbara Hartman,
Margaret Farrington, Rosena Gearhart, Vivian Babcock, Mary Alice Hall, Pa-
SECOND ROW-Left-Right: Frank Coppes, Mark Cox, Dick Callander, Betty Hostetter,
Barbara Bright, Marilyn Burkholder, Dallas Gall, Ira Crise, Arden Hamman, Mr.
THIRD ROW-Left-Right: George Byers, Kenneth Calbeck, Fred Curtis, Junior Hecka-
man, Jack Gran, Tommy Brock, Joe Bill Geyer, James Buss.
FIRST ROW-Left-Right: Mary Stutzman, Virginia Mitterling, Ruth Speicher, Joan
Stuckman, Lois Robinson, Delores Roth, Barbara Wilbur, Patricia Naylor.
SECOND ROW-Left-Right: David Widmoyer, Richard Miller, Sall Milleman, Anna
Mae Middaugh, Faye Stinemetz, Betty Losee, Richard Max Nliiller, Joe Stillson,
Miss Blank, sponsor.
THIRD ROW-Left-Right: Gordon Neterer, Harold Hershberger, Carl Lemna, Willard
Marvel, Frank Parsons, Paul Rummel, Ronnie Kirkwood.
FIRST Row-Left-Right: Helen Jane Mattern, Kathleen Hoffer, Rae Ellen Field, Shir-
ley Ilavis, Beverly Hahn, Mary Ann Bartholomew, Betty Hood, Dolores Ingle,
SECOND ROW-Left-Right: Edward LeCount, Dick Gardner, Kenneth Bollman, Mar-
guerite Gearhart, Rosemary Hamilton, Marilyn Jensen, Bobby Joe Hollar, David
Bauman, Mrs. Miles, sponsor.
TIIIRD Row-Left-Right: Douglas Hummel, Roy Kaufman, Lyle Conrad, Rex Davis,
Richard Jacobs, Clell Hartman, Vernon Hochstetler, Robert Hepler.
FIRST ROW-Left-Right: Nancy Shaum, Betty Stutzman, Mary Lou Oswalt, Phyllis
Weaver, Marlene Sheets, Patty Pippen, Donna Uline, Margaret Mutschler.
SECOND Row-Left-Right: Dorothy Miller, Janet Miller, Eloise Milleman, Margaret
Milller, Ina Mae Troxel, Marilyn Miller, Trilba Stillson, Sarah Ann Walters, Mr.
TIIIRD ROW-Left-Right: Eugene Shaffer, George Stoops, Devon Rose, Ray Ralston,
Dean Middaugh, Robert Riley, Wendell Metzler, James Reed.
PRESIDENT ......... ...... D erm M iddaugh
VICE-PRESIDENT .................... ....... C eorge Szoops
SECRETARY and TREASURER .......... Phyllis Weaver
The Freshman class, consisting of fifty-two members, held its first
meeting in the study hall on September ll. The above oflicers and the stu-
dent council members, Marguerite Cearhart, Wendell Metzler, Donna Uline
and Marilyn Miller, were elected for the year. Our sponsors are Mrs. Miles
and Mr. Holaway.
We were deeply saddened by the death of Jean Freet, one of our class-
ln October we took time out from our studies to enjoy a roller skating
party in Elkhart.
Many freshmen were in the band this year, and a large number partici-
pated in athletic events.
All of us are eagerly looking forward to our second year of high
PRESIDENT ......... ........... P eggy Hare
VICE-PRESIDENT ............ ............ C arole Heckarnan
SECRETARY and TREASURER ........ Billy Farrington
As we are approaching our debut in the ninth grade a feeling of satis-
faction arises over the progess which we have made in the past two years.
We are now ready to he freshmen.
We selected Arlene Schwartz, Stanley Naylor, Carole Lee Heckaman,
and Anna Lou Edler as our Student Council members. Mrs. Pelchrzim and
Mr. Habegger are our sponsors.
First Row-1.1-ft-Right: James Heekaman, Donald Swartzlander, Carroll Holaway, Roland
Hevkaman, .lar-k Tobias, John l'aul Bright, l+l11gf-ne Slabaugh, James Pittman. Donald Ri-
ley, tVilliam Hood,
Second Row-Left-Right: Joan Lloyd, Marietta Mellinger, Carole Heekanian. Betty May, Lo-
leta. Coppes, Arlene Schwartz, Patricia Hollar, Janet Eiman, Phyllis Housouer, Shirley
Copenhaver, Patricia Martin, Mary Helen Arnott.
Third Row-Left-Right: Martha Corl. Laurine Haines, Jennie Lee Gall, Anna Lou Edler,
Peggy Hare. Pauline Stinemetz, Patricia Reed, .loan Shaum, Margie ltliddaugh, Ifldna.
Stutzman, ldlizabetth Wilbur, Mrs. l'e-It-hrzini. sponsor.
Fourth liow-Left,-Right: Mr. Habegger, sponsor, Roy Snyder, Fred Riee, Kenneth George.
Jaekie R1-ed, Uarlyle Buss, llillie Farrimeqton, Donald Gardner, Raymond Kuhn. Max
Xveaver, Stanley Naylor, Eugene Smith, Robert Strang.
PRESIDENT ......... .... F arrest Dunnuck ,
VICE-PRESIDENT ..................... ..... C arol Klitzke '
SECRETARY and TREASURER .......... Barbara Sharp
We the students of the seventh grade have completed one year of
Junior High School with fifty-four students enrolled. .
Gene Johnson, Dawn Keesler, Billie Jean Widmoyer, and Howard
Stutzman were our representatives in the Student Council. .
During the first semester we had a very enjoyable Halloween party with
ghost games and refreshments. , y., 1 4
We all hope we will enjoy next year as much as we have this.
, -Carol Klitzke
First Row-Left-Right: Robert Messner, Carl Heckaman, Glen Reed, William Buss, George
Stuckman. Robert Miller, Bernell Slabaugh, Lowell Kuhn, Walter Longtleld, Rodney
Loudermilk, James Stuckman, John Paul Brunso, Dana Gray.
Second Row-Left-Right: Sally Gall.. Nancy Sechrist, Frieda Walters. Egillie Jean Widmofy-
er, Thelma Miller, Carol Klitzke, Norma Jean Ingle, Caroll Ann Gillis, Emma Jean
Rensberger, Mabel Burkholder, Marilyn Phend.
Third Row-Left-Right: Mr. Cudworth, sponsor, Phyllis Detwiler, Joan Teeter. Beverly Ral-
ston, Yvonne Haines, Dawn Kessler, Donabelle Jacobs, Elsie' Mae Davis, Rachel
Pfeitfer, Norma Jean Bauman, David Walters. Miss Shively, sponsor, Barbara Sharp.
Fourth Row-Left-Right: Dennis Brumbaugh, LaMar Reichert, Devon Newcomer, Wayne
Ingle, Richard Uline, Lyle Wade Best, Gene Johnson, John Robinson.
Fifth Row-Left-Right: Jerry Lentz, Forrest Dunnuck, Virgil Keifer, Howard Stutzman.
Gilford Truex, Thomas McDonald, Albert Hershberger. Richard Corwin.
t"tl':-t Itoxt .luhn 'l'hompson. kvlllllll' Metzlt-t', Gs-orge l"low1-rs., Mtnry XV:tltvi's, .Ie-am llllllllllvli.
Qt-4-mul tion'--Itolrv-1't Stillson, .lim Mn-tlimrer, Iiietizint Miller tin e:trr'i:tg't-J
l'hirtl lion--V1-t'n:t Arnott, Ilvtty Moore, Iiill llofetn-tt:-P, Shirley Plllltlfklt, .liwttwtte 1lltYlIS4'.
The time when we were our parents' pride and joy. We thank out
mothers and fathers for making it possible for us to receive our etluealion,
for trying to make us see it was our tluty and privilege to attencl an institu-
tion such as our Nappanee High School, anal for encouraging us to hnish out
twelve years of learning.
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lfirel RllXYfl5lll'0lllX Hood. June Linn, Louise l'l1-tcher, Phyllis and Dean Guard ill-ft to
riglilb. Lois 'l'l1omas.
4:-woncl llowflmllns llurkholder Qrightj, Barlmra Vostmn, Marilyn Huff ici-nte-VJ. lim-is
Anglin, llnle Freet ilr-flj, Robert Crowe.
'l'liii-mi liowglmlores Kurtz lsr-nteclj, .Inequie Est:-p, Lyle Smith, .Ioyee Klll"lg2lTYl2ll'l, Joe Gould.
The time has been long in years since we looked like this hut we have
memories to remind us of our growing-up days. Perhaps These picilures
will he good for a few laughs in years to come as we look them over and
wonder where our class-mates are.
While onward, relentless, the pointer revolves
Though nothing it settles and nothing it solves,
But breaks into seconds that whittle away
Our triumphs and failures, our night and our clay.
3:30 P.M. Meetings, Rehearsals
Front Row, Left tn Right:
Phyllis Guard, Nancy Ulinv-,
Doris Anglin. Rose Hartman.
Second Row, Left to Right:
Robert Crowe, John Thomp-
son. Arthur Schwartz.
Not in the Picture:
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
PRESIDENT ........... ............. I ohn Thompson
VICE PRESIDENT ...... ....... R ose Marie llarfnzan
SECRETARY ........ ............. R oberz Crowe
The National Honor Society was organized in 1921. A charter of the
Society was first granted to Nappanee High School on March 25, 1936. The
Society is composed of pupils who are selected by the faculty upon the bases
of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. All memhers are chosen
from the highest fifteen percent of the Senior class and five per cent of the
Every year the Society has some project. This year the Society decided
to continue to keep up-to-date, on the Honor Roll, the names of those in serv-
ice. A new project of making a school curriculum book was given to the
juniors of the society. The purpose of this book is to advise the underclassmen
of the rules and of their duties to the school.
i -Robert Crowe.
Q, .,-f . I
First Row-Left-Right: Betty
Hostetter. Joyce Klingaman,
Rose Marie Hartman. Nancy
Uline, Dawn Keesler, Billie
Jean Wldmoyer, Mary Cath-
erine Hartman, Arlene
Wendell Metzler, Patricia
Hollar. Marguerite Gearhart.
Donna. Uline, Marilyn Miller.
Anna Lou Edler. Howard
Stutzman. Gene Johnson. Mr.
Third Row-Left-Right: Gor-
don Neterer. Carl Lemna
Robert Crowe. John Thomp-
son. Fred Curtis. Jar-k Mille--
man, Stanley Naylor.
PRESIDENT ........ ..... R ose Marie Hartman
VICE-PRESIDENT .... .....,............ I ack Milleman
SECRETARY ..... ..... M ary Catherine Hartman
The Student Council is an organization made up of the members of the
National Honor Society and two representatives from each home room of
the Junior and Senior High School.
It is the duty and responsibility of this organization to promote projects
that will help to better the morale of our school. A few of the major projects
put into elfect this year were drawing and distributing the tourney tickets, the
Victory 'Bond Rally, and sponsoring a drive for better conduct in the as-
George Stoops, Arthur
Schwartz, Joe Stillson. Ken-
Patricia. Corwin. Jacqule Es-
tep. Joyce Klingaman. Rose
Marie Hartman, Lois Thomas.
Marilyn Huff, Janet Miller,
Doris Anglin. Pegge Lloyd.
Third Row-Left-Right: Mrs.
Miles, sponsor, Shirley Pitt-
man. Betty Moore, Betty
Lynch, Mary Jeanette Welty,
Jane Lou Bigler. Jean Se-
christ, Jean Dunnuck. Phyllis
Jeanette Clouse, Barbara
Postma, Dolores Kurtz, Mary
Catherine Hartman, John
Thompson. Jacuk Wilbur.
Phillip Price, Dick Stoops.
J O U R N A L I S M
EDITOR ......... .... I Ohrl TIIOITLPSOH
C0-EDITOR ............... .,.... A rthur Schwartz
BUSINESS MANAGER .. ........ Jack Wilbur
FEATURE EDITOR .... ...... J acquie Estep
SPORTS EDITOR ..... ..... J ane Lou Bigler
Music EDITOR ..... ..... D oris Anglin
ART EDITOR ..... Lois Thomas
ln September the Journalism Club met to greet the new members and
complete the staff of the school newspaper, D' Bulldog.
Under the leadership of the sponsor, Mrs. Miles, and the production
advisor, Mr. Postma, a paper was issued each month. The election of the
staff for the school year, 1946-1947, was held in April. The new staff put
out the last issue.
A copy of D' Bulldog was sent to eight exchange schools. Copies were
also sent to former students serving in the armed forces.
The student .body has enthusiastically supported our interesting and
newsy school paper.
Front Row, Left to Right:
Jean Dunnuek, Louise Fletch-
er, Lois Thomas, Mary Helen
XValters, Doris Anglin, Rose
Second Row. Left to Right:
James Mellinger, Dean Guard,
Mr. Roose, advisor, Phyllis
Guard, Robert Crowe, Miss
Not in the Picture:
Joyce Klingaman, Jacquie
E s t e p, Dallas Burkholder,
George Flowers. I+! u g e n e
EDITOR ................ ....... P hyllis Guard
ASSISTANT EDITOR .... .. .... Joyce Klingaman
BUSINESS MANAGER ............................ Dean Guard
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER ..,..... Robert Crowe
ART EDITOR .................................. Louise Pletcher
ASSISTANT ART EDITOR ...................... Lois Thomas
LITERARY EDITORS ........ ...... M ary Helen Walters,
SPORTS ..... ..... E ugene Sponseller
SNAPSIIOTS ............... Dallas Burkholaler,
George Flowers, Dale Freet
CALENDAR ..... ..................... J ean Dunnuck
ALUMNI .... .............,............ I acquie Estep
JOKES ........... .... R obert Kring, Dolores Kurtz
SECRETARY .......................... Rose Marie Hartman
After many long hours of work and many mistakes, we have at last
completed the 1946 Napanet.
We hope it fulfills your expectations and we believe you,ll like it.
To the Staff of '47 we extend our best wishes for Success.
Row Om: - Left-Right:
Hose Marie Hartman,
Phyllis Guard, Mary
Helen Walters, Verna
Lo n Arnott, Mary
Mrs. Pelchrzim, spon-
How Two - I,e',f!-Iiiglzf:
lioris Anglin, llicla
Klitzke, June Linn,
Jean llunnnck, Patsy
Corwin, J a c q u i e
Phillip Price, Owen
Leinna, Richard Mil-
ler, Freml Curtis, Ar-
thur Schwartz, llean
How UM-I 7 Imff-Hiylif:
Herman Hall, llean
Gnaril, James Lentz,
.lanies Mellinger, .lun-
ior Heckanian, Frank
Coppes, Frank Par-
sons, J oe Stillson,
Frexl Curtis, Arthur
Schwartz A u b r e ,v
Huw Two - Iieff-lfigflllz
Owen Lemna, lyoherx
Urn, Harold Hersh-
herger, Jack Mille-
man, Joe Goulnl, Carl
Lemna, Ilieharml Mil-
ler, Eugene Slagle,
.lack Willinr, NYillmur
Metvler, llick Stoops,
Phillip Price, Ken-
neth Callmeck, Mr.
llicla Callander, Roh-
ert Slillson, Mark
Cox, .loe Hill Geyer,
Ilohert Crow, Arden
Hamman, llick Klit-
zke, John Thompson,
Lyle Smith, llick
Linn, Gordon Netcr-
er, Benny Housouer.
llewey lippley, David
Row UNL: - I,eft-Right:
Tom Brock, Iievon
Rose, Lyle Conrad,
Richard Riley, Vern-
Row Two - 1,ef!-Right:
Mr, Byers, sponsor,
li a l l a s Rurkholder,
George Byers, Paul
llnnnnel, George Mal-
K e n n 0 t h Bolhnan,
Levi Tobias, Arthur
Haney, Dale Hersh-
berpzer, Charles Post-
fma, James Reed.
PRESIDENT ...................................... Jean Dunnuck
VICE-PRESIDENT ................................ Owen Le-mna
SECRETARY and TREASURER ........ Arthur Schwartz
The first N. H. S. Dramatic Club was organized this year, under the
able leadership of Mrs. Pelchrzim.
Two of our many activities were a pageant, 6'The Voice of America,"
and a one act play, '6The Leading Lady."
We are anticipating an even better year in '47,
PRESIDENT ............. .................... J ohn Thompson
VICE-PRESIDENT ....... ,..... D ean Guard
SECRETARY ........................................ Dick Stoops
TREASURER .......................................... Bob Crowe
The Hi-Y began the year with twenty-two membersg eighteen were
added at the Initiation at the Methodist church on October 8.
A new office was introduced this year, that of chaplain. The duties are
to present devotions and prayer at the meetings.
The Dime Line, which is sponsored by the Hi-Y every year, was con-
ducted on January 19. Over eighty dollars was collected.
The annual Father and Son Banquet was enjoyed at the Church of the
Brethren on January 29.
This has been a very good year for the Hi-Y and we hope many more
F. F. A.
PRESIDENT .................................. George Malcolm
VICE-PRESIDENT ....... ........... L evi Tobias
SECRETARY ........... ....... G eorge Flowers
TREASURER .............................. Dallas Burkholder
The Future Farmers started the year with ten members. Later our
membership was increased by the addition of eight '6Green Hands."
A pest killing contest was in the district. We participated and divided
the members into two teams with George Malcolm and Levi Tobias as cap-
tains. Ceorge lVIalcolm'S team wong its captain was high-point man.
Other events of the year included a paper drive, a parent and son ban-
quet held on February 20, and a Stunt presented at the Farmers' Institute.
First Row--Left-Right: Sally
Mllleman, Betty Moore, Joyce
Klihlraman. Virginia Mitter-
llng, Mary Alice Hall, Lois
Thomas, Doris Anzlln. Marv
Ellen Mlddaugh, Helen Mess-
Second Row-Left-Right: Ro-
sena. Gearhart, Lois Robinson.
Joan Stuckman, Louise In-ri-y,
Marcelene May. Pat Hare.
Jane Lou Bigler, Anna Lou
Gonderman, Dolores Roth.
Third Row-Left-Right: 'l'h+-l--
ma Cnones. Patrlf-ln Corwin.
Faye Stlnemetz. Joan Blgler,
Margaret Farrington. Phyllis
Beery, Carrie Peters, Mary
Jeanette Welty. Virginia War-
ren. Mary Catherine Hartman.
Pegge Lloyd. Bette Lynch,
Jacquie Estep. Phyllis Guard,
L o n l s e Pletcher. Dorothy
Hood, Miss Gray, advisor.
Mary Helen Walters. Vernu
Lou Arnott. Ruth Sm-ifhvr.
Doris Holaway, Norma Joan
Blelle, Joan Strauss. lie-tio
Btrang, Marilyn Huff. Rose
Marie Hartman. Phyllis Moll-
Fifth 'Row-Left-Right: Shir-
ley Pittman, Jean Sechrist.
Jeanette Clouse. Barbara
Postma, Dolores Kurtz. Don-
nabelle Mast. Marilyn 'Burk-
holder, Betty Hostetter, Jean
Dunnuck. Marilyn Miller.
SENIOR GIRL RESERVES
PRESIDENT ....... ..... J ean Dunnuck
VICE-PRESIDENT Pegge Lloyd
SECRETARY ....... ..... V erna A rnott
TREASURER ..... Jeanette Clouse
The Girl Reserves was organized as a branch of the Elkhart Y W C A
by Miss Hazel Dickey in 1925. Since that time the club ha-s made much
progress and is one of the outstanding clubs of our high school. This year
our sponsors are Miss Cray and Miss Hoover.
Our new members were taken into the club on November 6 by an ln
spirational candle-lighting ceremony. We held a Mother's and Daughters
banquet on February 5.
We sincerely hope that the succeeding Girl Reserves will have as
successful a year as we have had.
First Row-Left-Right: Sally
Gall, Barbara Sharp, Frieda
Walters, Rachael Pfeiffer.
Nancy Sechrist, Billie Jean
Second Row-Left-Right: Hel-
en Jane Mattern, Janet Miller.
Betty Stutzman, Sarah Ann
lvalters, Marlene Sheets, Do-
lores Ingle, Betty Hood, Thel-
ma Miller, Joan Flowers.
Phyllis Weaver. Marilyn Mill-
Third Row-Left-Right: Mabel
Burkholder. Phyllis Detwiler.
Yvonne Haines, Carol Ann
Gillis, Norma Jean Ingle. Car-
ol Klitzke, Dawn Keesler, El-
sie Mae Davis, Donnabelle Ja-
cobs. Norma Jean Bauman.
Emma Jean Rensberber, Mar-
ilyn Jcnsen. '
Fourth Row-Left-Right: Mar-
ilyn Phend. Shirley Davls,
Nancy Shaum, Mary Lou Os-
walt. Eloise Milleman. Rose-
mary Hamilton. Beverly Rals-
ton, Rae Ellen Field. Donna
Uline, Margaret Mutschler,
Miss Shively, sponsor, Mary
Fifth Row Le ig a-
garet Miller. Kathleen Hofler.
1 Ina Mae Troxel, Joan Teeter,
Dorothy Miller. Trilba Still-
son, Patty Pippen. Marguerite
Gearhart, Beverly Hahn.
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JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES
PRESIDENT .......... ..... M arguerite Cearliart
VICE-PRESIDENT .............. ......... J anet Miller
SECRETARY-TREASURER ..... .............. ,I oan Lloyd
SONG-LEADER ....,........... ..... M arietta Mellinger
PIANIST .......... ................ P any Pippen
SPONSOR ......,............. ..... . . ........ Miss Mildred Shively
Twice a month from September to May, the Junior Girl Reserves gath-
ered in Room 202 for a brief business meeting and a program. Diversified
in nature, the programs included music, plays, and speeches. A theater party
in March was the social event of the year. The serious side of the organiza-
tion was impressed upon our seventy-five members at a candle-lighting serv-
ice in October. The aims of the Junior Girl Reserves are stated in the theme
Cracious I will be in manner,
Impartial in my judgment, too,
Ready to serve,
Loyal to friends,
Each Girl Reserve this code defends.
Find -and give the best
Is my purpose true,
As a loyal Girl Reserve
I will face life squarely, too.
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PRESIDENT . .... Jean Dunnuck
VICE PRESIDENT ................. .... D oris Anglin
SECRETARY and TREASURER ........ .... I ean Sechrist
The chorus class, consisting of 43 members, has considered this another
very successful year We feel that a great part of our success is due to our
new director, Miss Cray, and to our accompanist, Nancy Uline.
The chorus has taken part in the following programs:
North Central Teachers' Association - Oct. 25
Junior Chamber of Commerce - Dec. 17
Christmas Program - Dec. 21
Bremen Nappanee Concert - March 8-10
Baccalaureate - May 25
Commencement - May 29 ,
The chorus, as well as a few soloists and ensembles, entered the dis-
trlct contest, April 12, at Goshen.
Several different things were added to the chorus class. We now have
a Girls' Clee Club a Mixed Octette, and a Girls' Sextette.
Seated: Barbara Bright,
Dolores Kurtz, Mary Hel-
en Walters, Betty Hostet-
ter, Donnabelle Mast,
Louise Pletcher, Jean
Dunnuck, Barbara Post-
ma, Jeanette Clouse. Dor-
Carrie Peters. Mary -Tenn-
ette Welty. Marilyn Burk-
holder. Shirley Davis.
Margaret Mutschler, Nor-
ma Jean Rleile, Doris
Hnlaway. Joan Strauss.
Ruth Speicher, Vivian
Babcock, Miss Gray, dl-
Bn ck Row-Left-Right:
Owen Tmmna, Fred Curtis,
Dick Klitzke, Jean So--
christ. Nancy Uline, Carl
Lemna. Joe Stillson. Dav-
id Xvidmoyer. NVayne
North. James Lentz.
It is the duty of the monitors to collect attendance slips at the beginning
cf each hour.
These safety patrol boys have served faithfully, aiding in the protection
of grade boys and girls coming to and from school.
Each librarian is in charge of the library one period each day. The
work consists of charging all books and magazines that leave the library,
collecting fines, and helping students find material.
The rule of requiring students to get permission to use the library dur-
ing study hours is still in operation. This has reduced the number who visit
Under the supervision of Miss Shively the librarians are given instruc-
tions to increase the eliiciency of the library.
Louise Bovry, .Ioan liiglvr,
Maru-lone May, Phyllis
M1-llinger, Marilyn Burk-
holdvr. Duris An-'lin 1'h
A . yl-
lis Wvavur, Margaret Mil-
Dick Fallandvr. Carl Lem-
na, 17Ul0l'PS Kurtz. .Ivan-
vttn Clouso, Arden Ham-
man, lVayns- North, Mr
Rfflvild Millvr, XVilliam
Stillson. Allen NVaf:nwr.
Rnlwrt Jonson. Fred XVilf
Tfimmy l"ri1'kvH. Douglas,
David Stoudor, Edwin
Korn. Richard Adams. .Tun-
ior Fuller, Frvderick Ol-
ingvr. James Mitterlimz.
Billy Sluizman. .limmv
Me-ssnf-r. David Hartman,
D 0 ri S Ilolaway, Shirlpy
Pittman. Dolores Roth.
Rose Mario Hartman. .lanv
Lou Biprler. Norma Ralston,
.Iavquin Estap. Marilyn
Burkholdor. Mary Father-
ine Hartman, Margaret
Farrington, .lnyvv Klinga-
man, Miss Shivlvy, librar-
FIRST Row-Left-Right: Mrs. Miles, sponsor, Doris Anglin, Arthur Schwartz, Wayne
SECOND Row-Left-Right: Jack Wilbur, Dewey Eppley, Frank Coppes.
The Nappanee High School Debate Club, under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Miles, has had a very interesting and active year of debating.
There were six members in the club this year. Meetings were held
every Tuesday night at the school.
Members of the aflirmative team were Jack Wilbur, Dewey Eppley, and
Frank Coppes falternatej. Members of the negative were Doris Anglin.
Arthur Schwartz, and Wayne North falternatej.
We attended debate tourneys at Laporte, Columbia City, and Wabash.
We also participated in the sectional tourney at Riley and Central of South
Bend. During the month of January we debated before members of the
Nappanee Kiwanis Club, and on April 15 before the Current Club.
The question debated this year was: RESOLVED, That every able-bodied
male citizen of the United States should have one year full-time military
training before attaining the age of 24. h
We have had a very enjoyable year and are looking forward to the
C -I ack Wilbur
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Weire killing time, but it's fun. The upper left-
hand picture was taken at the class tourney, and inci-
dentally, the seniors heat the juniors 46-48 fthe best
game of the yearj.
Some of these pictures were taken of the senior
government class at South Bend Central High School,
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iii I - 10 Back to school-only half a day ...lucky kids!
Who's the purty new music teacher?
7 f y I 11 Classes all met for election of officers-no one agrees.
12 Baseball gamc+Nappanee 7, Bristol 5. Good start!
A A 4 A Chorus only 3 days a week-Monday, Wednesday,
Postponed baseball game with Middlebury because
New ruling-school out at 4:55 on Friday, too. Oh,
well, another half hour to sleep. Chorus officers
Why all the crying in Speech class, Dean? Didn't
anyone else think it was funny? Meet Bottles and
Bomber, alias "Pat Murphy" and "Mack Finn," re-
Senior class meeting. Election of staff for' annual.
The next thing is, can we all get along!
Baseball-Bristol 14, Nappanee 1. Kinda slipped
didn't you, Bulldogs?
Whee! Assembly program! Art sure had a swell va-
cation, didn't he? Hope assembly programs get to be
a habit this year.
First C. B. meeting. Miss Gray and Miss Hoover-
our new sponsors. Also Hi-Y, F. F. A., and Jr. G. A.
Some of the group pictures taken. Gosh, those benches
were unsteady! Those who care to hear discussions on
everything from dancing to immigration, call on the
speech class. Baseball-Concord 7, Nappanee 1.
What's the matter, kids?
Senior pictures! ! ! '6Cive me a big smile, now!,'
Bottles revealed in Speech class that he was afraid to
go home alone after seeing horror shows-tut tut!
Baseball-Elkhart 4, Nappanee 3.
Another gloomy Friday. Oh, well, rain makes us
What happened to Bottles over the week-end? Looks
as if he has the possession of a nice boil on his chin-
hmmmmmmm? First basketball practice.
Proofs today-ugh, oh, gosh! ! !
Baseball-Middlebury 5, Nappanee 0. Ouch, it sorta
hit us hard, didn't it?
Baseball-Concord 6, Nappanee 3, the last game. Too
bad, fellas, hope we do better in basketball.
Hi-Y, F. F. A., and Jr. and Sr. Gr. R. Why all the
tears in Speech class? I never knew such little unim-
portants could be so funny!
15 Tryouts for cheerleaders. Congratulations to Jane
Lou, ,Io Ann, and Buster!
16 Anecdotes in Speech class-some were purely corny
jokes, weren,t they, Bottles?
22 Senior class meeting for the choosing of motto, colors,
and flower. Everyone seemed to think that violet and
yellow wouldn't go with red-l wonder? ? ? ?
23 Jr. and Sr. G. R., F. F. A., and Hi-Y meetings.
24 Retake of Senior's pictures. Report cards today.
29 Back to the grind after 2 days vacation. Seems sorta
good, doesn't it? Gee, that first 6 weeks went fast.
31 Hallowe'en-more soap wasted that way!
2 First Pep Session! Three new yells-the band did
O. K., too.
5 Played New Paris Friday night-beat 'em 36 to 30.
Starting out O. K.
8 Dean Guard back in school after an appendectomy.
Welcome back, Dean! Dean and Bomber became
twins today in Speech. That ain,t the way 1 heer'd it,
9 Pep Session again-imagine that! ! !
12 Beat Bremen Friday night 36 to 38. Good playing,
boys. Armistice day program in assembly.
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Sadie Hawkins Party last night. How does it feel to
be married, Mary?
Pep Session-that's the spirit, Miss Blank. Why
don't you yell at the games like that?
Kendallville beat us 54 to 44 Friday night. Slipped a
little that time.
Thanksgiving service followed by Pep Session. Quite
a combination. Last day of school until next Monday.
Back from Thanksgiving vacation-Gee, that turkey
was good! Wakarusa beat us Wednesday night and
Goshen Friday night. Are vacations that hard on us?
Pictures in the assembly-the Victory Bond Drive.
Played Bremen Friday night. Beaten again-it's get-
ting to be a habit.
Bond Rally-David makes a pretty good principal,
Report ,cards-came up in this subject, went down in
that one-more progress made that way!
Played Washington South Bend Friday night. They
beat us by only 1 point. That was a swell game, boys.
Snow todayg looks more like Christmas.
Assembly program-an ex-convict-the man with 3
Assembly program-missionary from Africa.
Northside Ft. Wayne beat us Saturday 37 to 30-
could have been worse.
Played Madison and beat them 43 to 38, whee! ! !
Mishawaka beat us 35 to 40-tough luck, fellas.
Christmas program at the Community building then
free until January 7-Yippee! Merry Christmas
everybody! ! !
7 Well, here we are! Golly, that vacation went fast.
11 Pep Session-beat Michigan City!
14 We did beat them, 45 to 48. Nice work, boys-do it
more often. Senior class meeting.
17 Government class went to South Bend to the Govern-
mental Conference. They seem to like peanuts-es-
pecially those with the shells. We were detained in
coming home an hour and a half. Wonder why? ? ? ?
18 Pep Session-Beat Goshen!
21 Overtime game played Friday night. We certainly
gave that game to them. Senior class meeting.
23 Assembly program this morning. Mr. Byers warmed
us up with some songs. Also Pep Session.
28 Elkhart beat us Friday night 41 to 61. We expected
a beating, but not 20 points! Assembly program for
Senior high. More group pictures taken-nice look-
ing, wasn't he, girls?
31 Assembly program-a magician! You really got
powder blown in your face didn't you, Dewey?
4 Laporte beat us Friday night 40 to 37. Senior class
meeting-are we really going to have a class party?
Pep Session-beat Wakarusa! Drawing for tourney
12 We beat Wakarusa 46 to 36. "Happy Birthday, Abe
14 The "Voice of America" was given last night by the
Dramatic Club, the Choral Choir from the grade
school, and the Band. It seemed to be a success-Com
gratulations kids! "U R MY VALENTINE.,,
15 South Bend Riley beat us 56 to 28. Snow and zero
weather-I wish that it were Spring.
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Senior class meeting-etiquette discussed. As if we
needed it! The sun is shining-spring is just around
Jr. and Sr. G. R., Hi-Y, and F. F. A. meetings.
Pep Session for the Tourney-Beat Elkhart! ! ! Pretty
job of decorating, cheerleaders.
'LHo Hum" everyone is tired-wonder why? Elkhart
is victor this year. l'm sure it wasn't a surprise,
though. Senior high assembly program-we have
some real artists in the grade building.
The sun is shining-spring is in the air fl hope.,
Another purty day. Senior class meeting-measure
ments for caps and gowns.
Jr. and Sr. C. R., F. F. A., and Hi-Y meetings. Don't
know why there's no sun up in the sky-Stormy
The High School Tourney started last night. The
Seniors beat the Sophomores and the Juniors beat the
Finals of class tourney last night. The Seniors beat
the Juniors 48 to 46. That was surely a close game,
kids. The 7th grade beat the 8th grade. There's our
future basketball team and a pretty good one, too.
Bremen-Nappanee Chorus-Band concert Friday night
and Sunday afternoon. Senior class meeting.
Senior class party. Skating party at Plymouth. We
had fun, didn't we, hmmmmmmmm?
Immunization shots. Report cards today,
Senior class meeting. Assembly program-Clem Ca-
diddlehopper II. He told us about his girl.
Joint Hi-Y-Sr. C. R. meeting. Also F. F. A. and Jr.
G. R. meetings.
Senior high program in assembly given by Sopho-
mores. The sun is a-shining to welcome the dayfta
Assembly program-influence of alcohol. Preview of
the Hlaeading Lady."
Oh, what a beautiful mornin'. Annual subscriptions.
Baseball-Middlebury 4, Nappanee 2.
April Fool! Senior class meeting. Spring fever is
floating through the air.
Combined Sr. C. R.-Hi-Y meeting. F. F. A. and Jr. C.
R. meetings. Mrs. Pelchrzim gave a topsy turvy party
for the cast and prompters of the uLeading Lady"
last night-pickles and soup, oh!
Basketball banquet last night. Award went to Her-
man Hall. Congratulations, Herml
Senior Class Meeting.
No school-teachers' visiting day.
Back after a day's vacation-ho hum.
Baseball-Elkhart 3, Nappanee 0. A
Assembly program-Movies of Mexico. April show-
ers bring May flowers.
Jr. and Sr. C. R., F. F. A., and Hi-Y meetings.
State Solo and Ensemble contest at Nappanee.
State contest for organizations at Plymouth fband
Spring concert by chorus class.
Commencement-Good-bye, N. H. S.!
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And when I am happy its hand seems to raceg
I seem to detect a wry smile on its face
For it knows not a minute ot time can I shelve
Since my minutes are numbered from one untiI
Time Gut For The
COACHES AND MANAGERS
Our coaches are James Weddle and Elmer Cudworth, who have trained our
athletes to participate in various sports. They have spent many hours trying to de-
velop the boys into players of winning teams. Mr. Weddle has charge of the basket-
ball and baseball teamsg Mr. Cudworth coaches the track team and ' ' l'0l
Taping and wrapping ankles and sore spots. taking care of all the haskethalls.
playing suits. and all other equipment. and during a game keeping the players sup-
ilied with towels. halls and knee ads.-all Ho to Jrove that beinv a student manaffer
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is an important job. This position was very capably handled by lfugene Sponseller
and Levi Tobias.
Joan. lius. and Jane were elected our new cheerleaders this year. They have done
well in keeping the spirits of the fans and learn high during the season. and their
efforts have been appreciated by the facility and the team.
l,I-ZFT T0 lilCHTfMr. Weddle. CUIIFII. Levi
Tobias. lfugene Sponseller. Mr. Cud- lftII"T T0 RIGHT-JOHN Bigllfr. Kelllleth
win'-th' pmu-ll. lfalbeck. Jane lfligzler.
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Wendell Metzler, Dick Linn.
BACK Row-Left-Riglz.tfMr. Weddle. .loe Bill Geyer. Frank Parsons, Carl Lemna.
Arden Hamman. Cordon Neterer.
On February 14 the Pups concluded the basketball season with a record
of seven wins and eleven defeats. The Pups lost five close games that could
have gone either way and with this fact the season could not be termed as
bad. The Pups were all evenly divided in the scoring except for Hersberg-
er who led in that department with 117 points.
The Pups, most thrilling victory was their upset victory over the John
Adams Eagles who were leading in the second team Conference when they
came to Nappanee looking for an easy victory, only to be badly beaten 39
The Pups, consisting mostly of sophomores, will be a really tough
team to beat in the future and we wish them luck in their many games to
On February 14 the Bulldogs concluded the basketball
season with a record of five wins and thirteen defeats.
The Bulldogs, although only two of them had played var-
sity ball before, gave the fans some thrilling moments in
all of their encounters.
The team, led by Hermie Hall, won over New Paris,
Bremen, Madison, Michigan City, and Wakarusa. The
most thrilling game to be remembered will be the Michi-
gan City game in which the Bulldogs trailed all the way
to win in the final minutes 48 to 45 with Hall and Mille-
man scoring 13 points 'between them in the last quarter.
Another splendid game played by the Bulldogs was their
sparkling defeat of the Wakarusa Indians, who had pre-
viously defeated the Bulldogs.
The team, like the team of the year before, had its
tough luck, though not as bad, when Kenny Walters en-
listed in the Marines and Dean Guard had an operation
that kept him out of the first six games. With Guard re-
turning to the lineup the Bulldogs began to regain their
needed spark but were up against too stiff competition.
The Bulldogs had a stroke of ill luck in the sectional, al-
so, by drawing a number one team in the state, none other
than our neighbors to the north, Elkhart.
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Third Row: George Stoops.
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Fall Baseball Schedule
Spring Baseball Schedule
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Apr. 10 Elkhart .....
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30 Washington ....
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Bristol and Middlebury Here
Madison Twp. Here May 7 Conference
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Back Row. Left to Right:
Mr. Cudworth, Wayne North,
Joe Gould, Robert Crowe. Joe
Bill Geyer, Dick Klitzke.
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Courtesy - Quality - Service DRUGS - STATIONERY
FLOYD KAUFFMAN, Mgr. PHONE 144
GA BLE STORE
DRY GOODS HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
ROOFING and INSULATION
AUTO ACCESSORIES - TIRES - BATTERIES
COAL AND WOOD RANGES - HEATERS
Central Barber Shop
Fred Lemnc Don Silberg
"Where all the Particular
S. Main St. Barber Shop
For Friendly Service
W. C. CORL, Proprietor
Flowers for All Occasions
Telephone No. 156
Nappanee Lumber E6
Manufacturers of the
HIG H CHAIR
BUICK . . . . OLDSMOBILE
Allis Chalmers Implements
PLET C HER
Home Furnishings Home
"One Always Has
Time Enough If
One Will Apply H Well."
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THE FRESHEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE
LINL Ol BAKLRY PRODUCTS IN
HUFF MAN BAKERY
Good for 3 Generations
4QLlALIT'Y FAFAILY FLCDLIRS
And Cereals Made by
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Coal, Oil and Gas Thor
All Kinds of Plumbing Needs
Gibson Electric Refrigerators, Stoves, Electric and Gas
Hot Water Heaters - Cihson Deep Freeze Units
"If there's anything that should be fixed,
Don't hesitate to call 2'06."
152 EAST MARKET NAPPANEE. INDIANA
HOME STORE AND MARKET
Home of Little Elf Foods"
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
MET ZLER SHO E CO.
FLORSHEIM AND CROSBY SQUARE
SHOES FOR MEN
MILLER HEALTH SHOES
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SIZZLING STEAKS AND FRIED CHICKEN
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"5Q 5 Highest Quality Workmanship
Popular Prices I
156 North Main PHONE 16
MAST AUTO SERVICE Compliments
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General Repalrmg Servxce
Glass Replaced W. A. Mackenzie
Oliver Fa m Equipment D. V. M.
Napp I d PHONE L361 Veterinarian
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In Drug Store
Dunham 81 Love
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MILLINERY READY-TO-WEAR SHOES
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS
H. E. BOWERS, Mgr.
Lufes' Sfomdord Service Widmoyer 8' Vvohers
fStandard Productsj The Home of
GASOLINE ' OIL ' BAT'-ERIES Quality Meats, Home Smoked Hams
ATLAS TIRES and Bacon a Specialty
Telephone No. 67 PHONE 53 SOUTH MAIN
Miller Lumber EG? Coal Co.
See Our New Plans
Phone 137 Nappanee, Indiana
HARDWARE - DRY GOODS - FURNITURE
NAPPANEE'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Let us supply your needs
HATFIELD EG? HOST ETTER
MEN'S EG? BOYS' WEAR
DIXIE SANDWICH S HOP
N oonday Luncheons Steaks - Chops
Route 6 - Nappanee, Indiana
C. W. JOHNSON CO'
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Compliments of Compliments of
COLLINS' FURNITURE W E G M I L L E R v S
5c T0 51.00 STORE
ONE 72 Sc-31.00 MERCHANDISE
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
Member of the F.D.I.C.
A. H. Kaufman Ed? NUNEMAKER
Company FOOD SHOP
C I S Phone 61
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MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR
Nappanee's Largest and Most Complete
Men's and Boys' Store
MALLORY AND CHAMP HATS BOTANY TIES
MACK SHAPELY SHIRTS
MlLLER's GROCERY HARTMANS
Sm Day GULF SERVICE
Thru The I. G. A.
' GULF PRODUCTS
We Deliver PHONE 96 Washing and Greasing
"DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH'S SAKE"
PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS
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CONGRA T ULA T I ONS
and the Best of Luck
to the Class of
For 34 Years E. NEWCOMER 8. SON
The Symbol of Saving
LEADERS IN- E X T E N D
A cordial invitation to inspect their
Economy store on South Main Street where
complete line of jewelry
Perfomance d gift armies for
every occasion will
Beauty be found.
REED'S CHEVROLET SALES
Phone 11 5
A good impression right from the start
counts a lot. Naturally, your appear-
ance . . . more than anything else . . .
keynotes the impression you make
. . . for folks remember what they see.
So, if you want 'em to remember you as
a man or boy of taste and distinction
who makes a first impression . . . stop in
and see us. We've spent years in South
Bend, helping men and boys do just that.
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When in Goshen Visit the
O L Y M P I A
Home Made Candies and Ice Cream
Dainty Light Lunches
CORNER MAIN AND CLINTON STREETS
PHONE 519 GOSHEN EST. 1913 E
RETAILERS OF FINEST SPORTING GOODS
IN NORTHERN INDIANA
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RENSBERGER'S MILLER IMPLEMENT CO.
STANDARD SERVICE .
TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE MCCORMICK ' DEERING
452 E. Market 0
Phone212 PHONE 69
Constantly striving to
maintain high grade
NAPPANEE TELEPHONE COMPANY
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Compliments of S
MAIN GRILL F0rFine1'F0oa'f
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M. WOLF BERG EG? SON
THE srons THAT HAS THE Gooos
J. R. Arnoff 8. Son Compliments
Real Estate and Insurance of
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Wisler Building Plumbing and Hearing
NAPPANEE - INDIANA Phon 150
"Insurance with Service"
ELKHART COUNTY FARM BUREAU
C0-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Inc.
Patron Owned and Patron Controlled
Nappanee Branch Phone 97
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Published in NAPPANEE for NAPPANEE People with the
interest of NAPPANEE at Heart
Hmftmtmif Shell Service Station
Used Cars Goodyear Tires
Compliments of For Year Around Top Quality
In Dry Cleaning
L. M. SLABAUGH, M. D. .
J. S. SLABAUGH. M. D.
106 E. MARKET ST.
DELUXE MOTOR SALES
DESOTO AND PLYMOUTH
SALES - SERVICE
SINCLAIR GAS AND OIL
KENDALL AND QUAKER STATE OIL
W R I G H T , S The Quality Print Shop
Ambulance Service "Where Good Printing Is Done"
A. E. WRIGHT G SON 151 South Main
At Your Service Day and Night NAPPANEE INDIANA
108 E. Walnut St. PHONE 73 FRANK A REHRER Prop
SURE WAY FEEDS "'
and Nopponee Uhhhes Co.
HIGH QUALITY COALS
and B. A. ULINE, Mgr.
F I E L D S E E D S
HADLEY DRESS SHOP
THE NEW STORE FOR
LADIES AND YOUNG GIRLS
EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE
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COME IN AND TRY OUR
CREAM CHICKEN DINNERS
C H O P S S T E A K S
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Dentist Tires - Tubes - Batteries
X-RAY Gas - Oil - Lubrication
g Wheel Balancing
15414 E. Marker si. PHONE 154 TIRE 8. BATTERY SERVICE
Neuhauser Hatcheries, Inc.
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U. S.APPROVED PULLORUM TESTED
HEADQUARTERS FOR GARDEN SEEDS
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cmnpzrmms HARTZLER MOTOR CO.
SALIS 4 FAIRY THEATER
FORD CARS - FORD TRUCKS
Mobiloil, Gas and Oil
Washing and Greasing
Phone 184 NAPPANEE, IND.
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GREETINGS TO THE
CLASS OF '46
KA YLOR '
112 North Main Mishawaka, I
PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP
D. E. ROOSE, Prop.
107 W. Market St.
MODERN SHOE REPAIRING
Edison Mazda Lamps
R O Y R U C K M A N
Insurance of All Kinds
JESSE T. MITCHELL
Real Estate - Loans - Insurance
112 East Market St. Phone 290
COLD STORAGE LOCKER
F R O Z E N F O 0 D s
DR. GEO. L. OYLER
D E N T I S T
Corner Main and Walnut
Residence 434 Nappanee, Ind.
Coal and Lumber Co.
COAL - LUMBER
Glen Geyer's Garage
Motor Repair Service That Must
Have YOUR "O.K."
NAPPANEE, IND., on U. S. 6
Day - 245 Night - 477
EC KLEBARGER BEAUTY SHOP
Latest in Hair Styling
PERMANENTS - MANICURING
MARGARET HAHN MADEILYN MELLINGER
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