Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

 - Class of 1947

Page 1 of 108

 

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1947 Edition, Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1947 volume:

X. 3. ,,.- mg. . -,,f4,-, . it qi .wggn-. .i W V . . I ca. .. 5 A -S 3: ,JQGFE .I - , av f -- 1 E 2 3 2 0 ' f Ill ii.L? mJ BGA 0,51 'iw I - I , ivy' W-' 515 'az ,, 5 fa 4? V, 1' ., - ms Su . ff , A, w .J. I I J' , gif , W, 591' 1 xv' pawn' ? ww , . umm. 4...-...mn R Kp E 4. ,Sew-.Nev 583 Q iii dxf I Q.. SS. ,rv , x af" Sw. Jw xv. ' Lx.. ek. . X... Q' A ' A 'Si X W Nb . 1 jlxif ww Q93 9 is 746 1947 Nap WE, THE CLASS OF 1947, PRESENT THIS, THE TWENTY-SECOND VOLUME OF THE NAPANET. MAY THIS BOOK BE TO YOU, OUR FELLOW STUDENTS AND FRIENDS, A FLASHBACK OF NHS DURING THE YEAR 1946-1947, BUT EVEN MORE, MAY IT BE A "MEMORY LANE" IN THE YEARS TO COME. Selma! . . !Va71fpcmee, fncfiana ff GMM EACH DAY FOR THE PAST FOUR YEARS THE SENIORS HAVE MET IN THE CLASS ROOMS TO STUDY THEIR VARIOUS CHOSEN CURRICULA. UNDER THE SUPERVISION AND CO-OPERATION OF CAPABLE TEACHERS, THE SENIORS ARE COMPLETING A WELL ROUNDED HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION. TWO OF THE MOST INTERESTING CLASSES ARE HOME ECONOMICS AND ART. THESE TWO SUBJECTS GIVE THE STUDENT A CHANCE FOR SELF-EXPRESSION AND THE PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE OF HOMEMAKING. ww X XT WL' ok.. ACTIVITIES PROVIDE A DIVERSION FROM EVERYDAY SCHOOL ROUTINE. NO MATTER WHAT ONE'S INTERESTS MAY BE, SOME ACTIVITY CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND IN WHICH TO TAKE PART. OUR HIGH SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDE THOSE IN SUCH VARIED FIELDS AS MUSIC, DRAMATICS, ATHLETICS, AND JOURN- ALISM. EACH OF THESE ACTIVITIES GIVES OPPORTUNITIES FOR US TO LEARN TO CO-OPERATE WITH OTHERS, TO GAIN EXPERI- ENCE AND PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE, AND TO DISCOVER OUR TALENTS. DURING THIS YEAR WE HAVE ENJOYED HELPING TO MAKE NAPPANEE HIGH SCHOOL A BETTER PLACE THROUGH OUR WORK IN THESE MANY ACTIVITIES. -Margorei Mufschler l. W 4 5f Event: HERE ARE RECORDED THOSE ALL-IMPORTANT INCI- DENTS OF OUR PAST YEAR OF SCHOOL LIFE. PLAYS, TOURNAMENTS, CONTESTS, P A R T I E S, FESTIVALS- THESE ARE THE THINGS WE WILL RECALL WITH PRIDE IN FUTURE YEARS. THESE EXCITING MOMENTS, SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS, AND MEETINGS OF FRIENDLY COMPETITION GIVE TO US THAT VERY NECESSARY FEELING OF SUCCESS AND MAKE OUR SCHOOL DAYS PLEASANT TO REMEMBER. Whai Ziffza NAPANET Pearle PICKED TO REPRESENT THEIR CLASSMATES AS OUT- STANDING IN LEADERSHIP IN FIVE FIELDS, WERE THESE FIVE SENIORS: JANE LOU BIGLER, SCHOLARSHIP MARY CATHERINE HARTMAN, DRAMATICS NANCY ULINE, MUSIC JACK MILLEMAN, ATHLETICS ARTHUR SCHWARTZ, LEADERSHIP SCHOCL BOARD Tlirongliout all the coming years there will extend the happy memories of these who are giving their lives to directing our steps and lighting our pathways. In our studies and activities. our achieve- ments and failures. they have given us an understanding of the prohlems we shall face in future years. With the aid of the invaluable tools given us by these master craftsmen. we feel that we are prepared to enter the great workshop and add our personal touches to the 'iworld of Tomorrowf' 0 Left: LYLE K. KLITZKE Superintendent Physics Teachers College, Whitewater Wisconsin University of Iowa, B. A. University of Chicago, M. A. Purdue University Right: GALEN C, Roost: Principal Mathematics Goshen College Manchester College Indiana University, A. B., M. Purdue University Left: CARLYLE MUTSCHLER President, Board of Education Center: JOHN COPPES Treasurer, Board of Education Right: LAMAR STOOPS Secretary, Board of Education N FACULTY Wayne Best Physical Education. Social Science, Junior High Coach Manchester College, A. B. Indiana University Irma Blank Vocational Home Economics. English Indiana University, A. B. Butler University Ball State Teachers College Mrs. Marguerite Bowman Bible Wheaton College. A. B. Charles Byers Vocational Agriculture, Industrial Arts Purdue. B. S. Ball State Teachers College .lean Cray Vocal Music Northwestern University, B. M. E. Lewis H abegger Instrumental Music, Com- merce Manchester College. B. S. Michigan State University Clarence Holaway Mathematics, Foreign Lan- guage Goshen College, A. B. Indiana University, M. S. Esther Hoover Health, Physical Education, Social Studies Indiana University, A. B. University of California at Los Angeles Ball State Teachers College Mrs. Lucy Miles English Indiana University, A. B. Northwestern University Edith Palmer Clerk Mrs. Edith Pelchrzim, English, History Goshen College, A. B, Ball State Teachers College Lyceum Arts Conservatory Harvey Postma Commerce, High School Geography Goshen College, A. B. Indiana University Mrs. Mary Road Art Terre Haute Teachers College, B. S. Mildred Shively English, Arithmetic Manchester College, A. ll. Northwestern University Indiana University .IIHILCS Wffddle Health, Biology, Physical Education, Coach Manchester College, B. S. Indiana University Lawrence White Social Science Manchester College, A. B. Ball State Teachers College Indiana University, M. S. SENIORS Senior Umcers NANCY ULINE, Secretary-Treasurer MARGARET JANE LLOYD, President ARTHUR SCHWARTZ, Vice-President fain ' To thc' memory of Arthur Frvdffrick Haney, who rlvpnrtvrl from this life on February 26, 1047. He :ms II quivl slurlious mffmbvr of lhe svnior class and un nrtizfff rrwrrzlwr of the Future Fnrrnrffrs Associnlimz. lluppy and useful as our clrlssrnate was hvrff, rich and Iwrzutiful as was his life, we know he has entered into szvvflter, deeper joy and that his life is fuller and rirlzffr now. PHYLLIS JEAN BENNETT 66Phil9! Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Ensemble. BONNIE Lou Buss "Bonnie" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus En- semble 1. ROBERT JAMES FREET ccB0bv7 F. F. A. 1, 2, 35 F. F. A. Vice Pres. 25 U. S. Navy 4. ANNA Lou GUNDERMAN '6.4nnic" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Secretary 4, Monitor 4, Chorus 1, Reception Committee 3, Journalism 4. JUNE LUCILLE HAiNEs sijunew Future Homemakers 4. JANE Lou BIGLER ssjanieva Class Pres. 1, Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama- tics 4, Journalism 3, 43 Na- tional Honor Society 4 3 Student Council 45 Librarian 3, 4, Chor- us 1, 2, Monitor 4, "Do Re Mi" 4, Reception Committee 35 Vale- dictorian 4. DEWEY W. EPPLEY 6GDewey9, Debate 2, 3, 4, Debate Pres. 4, Student Council Vice-Pres. 45 Secretary National Honor So- ciety 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Co-Editor Annual 4. WILLIAM DAVIS GAMBIJ: "Bill" Hi-Y 4. BILLIE JEAN GRAN 'gBillie,' G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Monitor 25 Future Homemakers 4. ARTHUR F. HANEY "M0usey" F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 4 PATRICIA JOAN HARE csljatv Cheerleader 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, l 2, 3, Journalism 4. DORIS ELLEN HOLAWAY "Doris" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Song-leader 3, Librarian 2, 3, 4. SALLY JO HOWENSTIEN 66,1299 Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Monitor 4. NURMA JEAN KIIIAIN "Norma" Future Homemakers 4. JAMES MARION LI-ZNTZ hlliggcri' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Sgt. at Arms 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3. MARY CATH ERINE HARTMAN "Kate,' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Band En- semble 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Dramatics 3, 4, Pres. 4, Journalism 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Ass't Business Manager Annual 4, Reception Committee 3, D.A.R. Repres- entative 4, "Cash and Carrie" 3, "The Leading Lady'f 3, "Voice of America" 3, "Little Women" 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. BENNY E. HOUSOIIER 66Le!ty77 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 4, Manager 3, Baseball 4, Noon-basketball 1. RICHARD LYLE KLITZKE 6GCl0d99 Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Journalism 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. OWEN F. LEMNA "B0mbcr,, Student Council 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Noon-Basketball 1, Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Dramatics 3, 4, "Voice of America" 3, "Do Re Mi" 4, "Little Women" 4, Journalism 4, Annual Staff 4, Monitor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. MARGARET JANE LLOYD ccljegaa Student Council 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Vice-Pres. 3, Chorus 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Dramatics 4, Journalism 1, 2, 3, Reception Committee 3, Class Pres. 4, Vice-President 3, "Do Re Mi" 4, Annual Staff 4. GEORGE LANDON MALCOLDI "Ceorge,' Hi-Y 4g Noon-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. MARCELENE P. MAY "Marcie', Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Monitor 3, Chorus 1, Journalism 4. HELEN JERINE MESSNER "Helena Chorus lg Journalism 4, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Home- makers 4. JACK D. M1LLEMAN "lack" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Treasurer 4, Cross Country 23 Class Presi- gent 25 Annual Staff 45 Monitor WAYNE GERALD NORTH 66 Journalism 4, Debate 3, 49 Track 3, Sketch Club lg Chorus 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Chorus Ensembles 3, 4. DONNABELLE LUCILLE MAST "Donnie" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 13 G. A. A. 2, 3. PHYLLIS JAYNE MELLINGER 6GPhyl73 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen President 45 Librarian 43 Journalism 45 Monitor 3, Chorus 1. MARY ELLEN MIDDAUCH CCMary77 Chorus 1g Future Homemak- ers 45 Journalism 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN RosE MILLER "Marilyn" Y-Teens 1, 3, 43 Y-Teens Treasurer 4g Chorus 1, Annual Staff 45 Reception Committee 39 Dramatics 4. PHILLIP SEARS PRICE Siphilas Band 2, 3, 45 Band Ensemble 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Newspaper reporter 3, Journalism 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 3, 4, "Do Re Mi" 4, "Cash and Carrie" 3, "Voice of America" 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. NORMA JEAN RALSTON "N0rma'7 Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR EDWARD SCHWARTZ 6bArt77 .Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Ensem- bles 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Vice-President 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Journalism 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Staff 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Debate President 3, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Class Vice-President 4, Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, An- nual Staff 4, Reception Commit- tee 3, Cheerleader 4, "Cash and Carrie" 3, "The Leading Lady" 3, "Little Women" 4, "Voice of America" 3. LAMAR RICHARD STo0I's "Dick" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Secretary 3, Hi-Y Presi- dent 4, Class President 3, Stu- dent Council 4, Student Council President 4, Journalism 3, 4, Dramatics 4, National Honor Society 4, Business Manager of Annual 4, "Cash and Carrie" 3, "Do Re Mi" 4, "Little Women" 4. N ILA J DAN STRAUSS ss-loan!! Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chorus Ensembles 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, "Cash and Car- rie" 3, Reception Committee 3, Annual Staff 4. NANCY ELLEN ULINE c4Nan99 Chorus 1, 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Debate 4, Annual Editor 4, Secretary-Treasurer of Class 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Chor- us Ensembles 3, 4, Reception Committee 3, Sketch Club 1. ltd' YM! RICHARD ROHRER GSDiCk?, Band 3, 4, Chorus 1, Noon Basketball 4. EUGENE D. SLACLE C6Slug,7 Track 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, News Reporter 4. BETTE LOUISE STRANG "Bettc', Cheerleader 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Monitor 2. W. LEVI TOBIAS "Chick" F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, Noon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3. VIRGINIA ANN WARREN G6 ' 77 Gm Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Journalism 4. M.ARY JEANETTE WELTY Glen!! Dramatics 43 Journalism 2, 35 "Cash and Carrie" 3, "Little Women" 43 Band 1, 2, Libra- rian 2, Band Ensembles 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus En- sembles 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 43 Reception Committee 3. PAUL1Nr: M. Wise "Pools" Homemakers 4. KENNETH J. W7ALTERS ccKen97 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, U. S. Marines 4. SENIOR HISTORY Seniors!!! That's what we are. And mighty proud of it! We worked and played together, shared each other's sorrows and joys. Welve done a lot of griping and complaining, but down deep in our hearts we have to admit that we hate leaving dear old uN.H.SF' Vile like to reminisce, to recall the many eventful and happy days since 1935 when we first trotted off to school. Social affairs always stand foremost in our minds. In the following years we have had theater parties, wiener roasts, skating parties, and sledding parties. We always had a great time on these occasions. Two outstanding events were trips we were privileged to take. During our junior year we visited Detroit's Ford plant and Edison Museum. As seniors we attended, in Indianapolis, our state legislature, and visited the War Memorial, and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. ln memory of these happy years we leave behind us a fund started for an inter- communication system in the school. And as years go by we hope that this will be accomplished so that those starting their school life this year and years to come may have the benefit of this new development. Lumps form in our throats when we think we will soon be leaving and going out into the world, each taking a different path. But we will face the future with courage and determination!! "We can because we think we can!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 4 Future HBOCDK OF THE FUTURE" We. the class of I947. being of superior mentality and excellent judgment, knowing we must soon depart from our beloved concentration camp, do declare this our last will and testament. I, Phyllis Bennett, will my position as eliicient waitress to Margaret Farrington, as she already has a fine start. I. Jane Lou Bigler, will my studious nature to my sister, JoAnn. I, Bonnie Lou Buss, will my bored expression in economics class to anyone who dislikes the course any more than I do. I. Dewey Waldo Eppley, will my ability to argue to Arden Hamman as he shows some inclination to that pastime. I, Robert James Freet, will my navy uniform to Dick Linn because he will probably want it sometime. I, Anna Lou Conderman, will my daily letter to anyone who can be as faithful to a service man as I have been. I, William Davis Gamble, will my love for good old southern fried chicken and cornpone to the next southerner who graces our school. We. Billie Jean Gran and June Lucille Haines, will our seats in government class to anyone who can take Beef's teasing as well as we did. I, Patricia Joan Hare, will my height to Betty May provided she uses it to a good advantage. I. Mary Catherine Hartman, will my steady boy friend to Joan Stuckman in case she ever settles down. I. Benny Housouer, will my galloping gait to Mark Cox in hopes he can use it to a good advantage. I, Doris Ellen I-lolaway, will my position as bookstore clerk to Marguerite Gearhart. I, Sally Jo Howenstein, will my shining blue eyes to Fay Steinmetz to be added to her own. I, Richard Lyle Klitzke, will my light complexion to Junior Heckaman. I. Norma Jean Kuhn, will my quiet disposition to Beverly Hahn to be used if she ever has time. I, Owen Frederick Lemna, will my physique to Bob Orn to win the love of a lady. We. James Marion Lentz and Phyllis Jayne Mellinger, will our loyal friendship to Rosena Gearhart and Carl Lemna. NIOR CLASS WILL--1947 I, Margaret Iane Lloyd, will my winning smile and sunny disposition to Dick Callendar, knowing he will use it to a good advantage. We, George Landon Malcolm and Willard Levi Tobias, will our daily seats at the library table during third hour to anyone who can get away with murder as we have. I, Marcelene Pauline May, will the rings on my left hand, third finger to anyone who can get married in her junior year and keep it a secret. I, Donnabelle Lucille Mast, will my wardrobe to Ruth Speicher to be used sparingly with what she already has. I, Helen Jerine Messner, will my love for home economics to all the girls who take it next year. I, Mary Ellen Middaugh, will my job in the five and ten cent store to my younger sister, Anna Mae, in hopes she'll like it as well as I do. I, .lack Duane Milleman, will my interest in Bremen to Garter Coppes, knowing he needs an interest somewhere. I, Marilyn Rose Miller, will my shyness to Marilyn Burkholder to be used as she sees fit. I, Wayne Gerald North, will my daily nap in economics class to all juniors who cherish sleep as I do. I, Phillip Sears Price, will my trusty g'Model T" to Corky Stillson in case his "Chevy" wears out. I, Norma ,lean Ralston, will my peaches and cream complexion to Carole Heckaman. I, Richard Dean Rohrer, will my agricultural knowledge to Pete Rose, along with my walk to be added to his own. I, Arthur Schwartz, will my high tenor voice to George Byers. I, Eugene Delbert Slagle, will my ability to flap my ears and make faces to anyone who can scare the wits out of girls as I can. I, Richard LaMar Stoops, will my flare for feminine flames to Ronny Kirkwood. I, Bette'L0uise Strang, will my care-free disposition to anyone taking life too seriously. I, Nila ,Ioan Strauss, will my early arrivals at school to Betty Hostetter, knowing that she dislikes getting up so early, too. I, Nancy Ellen Uline, will my co-operativeness and patience as chorus accom- panist to next yearis, hoping she can grin and bear it as I did. I, Kenneth J. Walters, will the wolfish gleam in my eye to Paul Hummel. I, Virginia Ann Warren, will my love for reading library books to Fred Curtis to be used in his spare U1 time. I, Mary Jeanette Welty, will my daily hikes to school to Willard Marvel pro- vided be doesn't freeze on the way. I, Pauline Mae Wise, will my nimble fingers to Marilyn Burkholder who has worked so hard in ye olde typing class. Witnessess Esther M. Hoover Galen C. Roose 1947 SENIOR During our recent trip to the far west we stopped in the Rockies, climbed Pike's Peak for a look, and oh brother, what we sawl A diminutive man was standing beside a small telescope and calling, "Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, see three states, seven counties, and twenty-one townships for only one dime. For an extra dime, have a look into the future." Well, we just couldn't resist and so we slipped two dimes into the slot, and, presto, there it was--the whole countryside stretched out for miles. Suddenly a cloud drifted in front of the lens and when it lifted, there, right in front of the glass, was the modern city of Nappanee, with Main and Market streets much the same as they are now, but, how the stores had changed! So large and beautiful! And there on the corner was the magnificent restaurant owned .by the wealthiest woman in town, Phyllis Bennett. Across the street was the famous Milleman clinic and hospital. Jack was known the world over for his surgery. His very capable nurse and assistant was Virginia Warren. Dr. and Mrs. James Lentz were located half way up the next block. He had taken over his father's business and Phyllis was his very able office secretary. They had six children, three boys and three girls. Across the street from the Lentz oflice was the telephone building managed by Dick Stoops and wife, Peggy Lloyd Stoops. ,lane Bigler was the chief operator and Phil Price was the lineman. It was rumored that they were to be married in the spring. On the corner stood the flatfoot of the town, Chief Eugene Slagle, the brave protector of law and order. He was especially watchful for reckless seniors. Bette Strang was the head waitress at Johnsons' drug store. She married you know whom and they had two children, but she still found time to work with her husband. The school hadn't changed much but for the new superintendent, Dick Klitzke and his clerk, Pauline Wise. The new home economics teacher was Helen Messner, who was expounding the merits of biscuit making and how to sew a straight seam. Levi Tobias had succeeded Charlie Byers as agriculture teacher. The new laundry had been purchased by Bob Freet. He had built up a roaring business and was considering plans for expansion. George Malcolm and Mary Jeanette Welty had set up housekeeping on a huge dairy farm north of town. They were prospering very well with the efficient help of their husky twins. South of town we found a large muck farm under the management of Richard Rohrer who specialized in peppermint and tall corn. His wife, Norma Kuhn, was busily occupied in their ultra-modern farm home. ' Anna Lou Conderman, Marcelene May, and Pat Hare were married, of course, and were very busy keeping house and rearing children. You all know whom they married, so we wonit go into detail. The scene changed, and Washington, D. C., came into view. There in the U. S. Senate we saw Arthur Schwartz, cigar in hand, proposing a bill to increase senators' wages. Kate Hartman, his wife, was his private secretary and advisor. CLASS PROPHECY In the House of Representatives we saw the fine gentleman from the solid south, Bill Gamble, representative from Alabama. Then New York, and the Metropolitan Opera. Owen Lemna was the leading baritone. That night the production was uRomeo and ,luliet,'7 and Owen's partner was the well known and ever popular ,loan Strauss. Next we saw Radio City, New York, and Nancy Uline was playing with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Her talent really had paid off, and we under- stood she was soon leaving for Europe for a tour! In another studio we saw June Haines and Billie ,lean Gran in their daily serial. MLife Can Be Terribleff sponsored by UNO Droop Noodle Soupf' On the next floor we found Fred Waring and his orchestra featuring the lovely voice of Doris Holaway and the romantic tenor of Wayne North. They had become quite popular and were admired by their huge radio audience. Leaving Radio City we found ourselves in a prominent lawyeris office. Behind the desk piled high with papers, we discovered none other than Dewey Eppley. Hc was well known all over New York for his record of lawsuit decisions. At Madison Square Garden we found a fight in progress. The referee was a man who could really get around for he was Benny Housouer, a small man, but one who knew his stuff. And then to Hollywood! But on the way we focused our telescope on Man- chester College where we saw Marilyn Miller as an art instructor. She had to her credit some beautiful paintings then hanging in the Chicago Artqlnstitute. Our last visit was to Hollywood where we first saw a swanky night club operated by Kenneth VValters. He was a millionaire, due to the attractions of his chorus girls, Norma Ralston, and Sally Howenstein. The club was well known for its good food, soft music, and pretty girls. The menus were arranged by Mary Ellen Middaugh, the head dietician. Around the corner was the exquisite Betty Co-Ed Style Shop owned by Donna- belle Mast, whose exclusive styles were known the world over. Just then the shutter snapped shut and our time was up. We thanked the man for a most enlightening experience and continued on our way. W. :Illlt 1 i lllllllr- ! 1' , '46 ALUMNI Doris Anglin Richard Arnott Verna Arnott Dallas Burkholder Jeanette Clouse Robert Crowe Jean Dunnuck Jacqueline Estep George Flowers Dale Freet Joe Gould Phyllis Guard Dean Guard Herman Hall Rose Marie Hartman Dale Hershberger Dorothy Hood William Hostetter Marilyn Huff Joyce Klingaman Robert Kring Delores Kurtz Betty Lynch James Mellinger Wilbur Metzler David Miller Richard Miller Betty Moore Shirley Pittman Louise Pletcher Barbara Postma Aubrey Schultz Jean Sechrist Lyle Smith Eugene Sponseller Robert Stillson Lois Thomas John Thompson Mary Walters Nappanee Lumber 81 Mfg. Co. Barber College Nappanee Telephone Co. At home, farming Mrs. Herman Hall Ashland College Dr. Fleetwood's Oilice Mrs. Dallas Meyers Navy South Bend Business College Dr. Priceis Oflice Vitreous Steel Products Navy Ashland College HulIman's Bakery Bluffton College Army Ossie's Restaurant Dr. Zimmerman's Oliice Gulf Service Station Slick's Laundry B 81 B Cafe Mutschler Bros. Mutschler Bros. Purdue University Army Beauty College South Bend Business College Mrs. John Glingle American Coating Mills Vitreous Steel Products Goshen College Mutschler Bros. Army Army Mrs. Howard Feldman Vitreous Steel Products Coppes, Inc. Nappanee, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Ashland, Ohio Nappanee, Indiana Harrod, Ohio South Bend, Indiana Elkhart, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Ashland, Ohio Nappanee, Indiana Bluffton, Ohio Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana South Bend, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana West Lafayette, Indiana South Bend, Indiana South Bend, Indiana Bourbon, Indiana Elkhart, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Etna Green, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana BACCALAUREATE Sunday Evening, May 18, 1947 at 8 o'clock Organ Prelude ........ .......... M rs. Lewis Habegger, Organist Processional .... ......................... C lass of 1947 Invocation .... ..... T he Reverend Homer North, Pastor of North Mennonite Church Selected Music ................................ High School Chorus Prayer ......... The Reverend C. S. Overmeyer, Pastor of Grace Church Selected Music .....................,.......... High School Chorus Sermon .... The Reverend H. A. Melville, Pastor of Presbyterian Church Selected Music ................................ High School Chorus Benediction. . .The Reverend H. A. P. Homer, Pastor of Methodist Church Recessional ............. Class of 1947-Mrs. Lewis Hahegger, Organist COMMENCEMENT Processional ...................... High School Rand-Class of l9+117 Lewis G. Habegger, Conductor Invocation . .. ......................... The Rev. Robert McBrier Pastor, M. R. C. Church Selected Music ............ .................... H igh School Band Salutatory Address .... ........................ R ichard Klitzke Address ...................... "How To Make The Most Out Of Lifew Dr. George Davis, Purdue University Valedictory Address .... ...... ........... .... I a n e Lou Bigler Selected Music .................................. High School Band Presentation of Diplomas ....................... Mr. LaMar S. Stoops Secretary, Board of School Trustees Benediction ............................ The Rev. Milton Englehardt Recessional .... ..... H igh School Band--The Graduates JUNIORS President ..... .... K ENNETH CALBECK Vice-President .... .... R UTH SPEICHER Secretary-Treasurer ................ DAVID WIDMOYER Student Council ...... CARL LEMNA, KENNETH CALBECK Sponsors ..... ....... M Rs. Roou, MR. POSTMA Another year is drawing to a close, and we, the class of '48, are coming nearer and nearer to the coveted goal-4'Graduation." We began this year with forty-two members, having lost seventeen since the beginning of our freshman year. Realizing the task before us, in the form of the Junior-Senior reception, would require a great deal of thought and capable leadership, we elected Kenneth Calbeck president and Ruth Speicher vice-president. David Widmoyer continued as our secretary-treasurer, and we chose Carl Lemna and Kenneth Calbeck to be our Student Council representatives to decide weighty matters for us. Mrs. Rood and Mr. Postma are our class sponsors. During Christmas vacation we held a class party at Geyer's Dam, which was very successful and enjoyed by all. As we complete our junior year we recall with regret our wasted moments, and remember with pride our triumphs during the past three years. May we re- solve that next year, as seniors, we shall do our best to make the most of our op- portunities, leaving behind us an outstanding record of achievement as students of N. H. S. Patricia Naylor 0 JUNIORS TOP PICTURE: Curtisg Marilyn Rurkholdergv-Patricia Qorwing Bottom How: Uoft to l.i5-tht, MaI.om.ot Fomioo- Mary Alice Hallg Ronald IXll'liW00flQ kenneth tong Betty Hostctterg Ju Ann Biglerg Phyllis Calbecki Hafvld H91'Shhe1g'3l'- l?01'l'Yl VlVl3ll Rabfffcki Louise BGVVYZ ROSGNE1 Top Row: George Byersg Arden Hanimung Mark f'621l'hal't3 MVS- R00d, SPONSOR Coxg Junior Heckamang James Bussg Ilick Cal- Middle Row: .lack Grang Frank Coppesg Fred landerg Joe Geyer. BOTTOM PICTURE: Anna Mae Middaughg Sally Millemang Virginia Bottom Row: Patricia Naylor? Lois Robinson: Mitterlingg Paul Rummelg Mr. Holaway, sponsor. Ruth Speichers Delores Roth? Fay Stlnemetzi Top Row: Willard Marvelg Carl Lemnag Joe Betty Losee. Stillsong Richard N. Millerg Gordon Netererg Middle Row: Robert Orng David Widmoyerg Richard Linng Frank Parsons. PHOMORES Till' l'IC'l'URE: Kathleen Holferg Hvyerly Hahng Marguerite llottmn Row: llc-ft-ripxhtl Rose f'rirlc-rg Betty Gf'aVh3"t9 Shll'lf'Y UZWIS3 R30 Ellen Flvlfll KPN' llomlg lmlure-s lnglc-g Mary Ann B2ll'tl'l0l01Tl0VVQ meth Rollmanf Iinsm-mary Hamiltrmg .loan Flows-rsg Marilyn Top Row: ROV Kaummm: Rox Mavis: men Hal-t- 'l""S"'l- mang llick Gardnm-rg Charles Chapmang Robby Mirlmllo Row: Ilouglas: Hummel: Ilavid Bauman: .lov Hollarg liclwarfl lmCount. 1-"""""W X 1 A .I 1 1 W xl.. liU'l"I'UM l,IC'l'URl'l: Marlene Sheelsg Marilyn. Millerg Patricia Pip- linttow Row: I-ln-lvn Matterng Betty Stutzmang Pen? PhYll'S wf'aV""5 M3l'.lm'lf' SnY'lf'Y'i MV- Best, Wilma Ymlerg Sara Waltersg Trilha Stillsong SPOUSOV- llorothy Millvrg llonna Ulinvg Margaret Mutsch- Top Row: Gem-ge Stoopsg llean Middaug-hs Rob- lc-r. ert Reillyg Richard Max Millerg Wendell Metz- Middlo Row: Janet Millerg Margaret Millerg lerg Ray Ralstong Devon Rose. Eloise Millemang Nancy Shaumg Ina Mae Troxelg OPHOMORES President .. ...... GEORGE Sroovs Vice-President ....MARcUER1rE GEARHART Secretary-Treasurer . . . . .PHYLLIS WEfNVER Our class is forty-seven members strong. This includes seventeen lroys and thirty girls. Under the capable leadership of our sponsors, Mr. Weddle and lVlr. Best, and our president and vice-president, we have completed a very successful year. Phyllis Weaver has completed her fourth consecutive year as our faithful secretary. We chose as our representatives to Student Council Dean Middaugh and Richard Gardner. Our class enjoyed a Wiener roast at Ceveris Dam in January. Janet Miller O FRESHMEN Amid many doubts and fears we, the class of 1950, have reached the end of the ninth grade. Looking back over it, we find the election of officers was an important part. We selected Eugene Slabaugh as our President, Janet Eiman as Vice-President, and Martha Corl was appointed Secretary-Treasurer. Our student council members are Roland Heckaman and Betty May. Another highlight of the year was a skating party at Plymouth, on February 4. Our sponsors for the year were Mrs. Miles and Mr. White. O FRESHMEN 'l OP PICTURE: Bottom Row: Cleft-rightj Joan Lloydg Shirley Copvnhaverg Patricia Hollarg Jennie Lee Gallg Martha Corlg Janet Einiang Phyllis Housouer, Mary Frances Bertelson. Middle Row: Mrs. Miles, sponsorg Gene Gwing Loleta Coppesg Carole Heckamang Mary Helen Arnottg Lois Hartmang Laurine Hainesg Ruth Bartmang Pegge Hareg William Coppcsg William Farrington. Top Row: George Hochstetlerg Roland Hecka- mang William Hoodg James Heckamang Donald Gardnerg Carroll Holawayg Carlyle Bussg Leon Farmwaldg Kenneth George. POTTOM PICTURE : Bottom Row: Betty Mayg Patricia Marting Arlene Schwaitzg Ann Wrightg Joan Shaumg Mary Jeanetie Mastg Patricia Reedg Pauline Stinemetz. Middle Row: Donald Rileyg Leonard Stoutg Edna Stutzniang Peggy Williamsg Margie Middaughg Mariette Mellingerg Leura Melvilleg Barbara Moneyhefferg Eugene Slabaughg Donald Swartz- landerg Mr. White, sponsor. Top row: Gene Smithg Roy Snyderg Jack Tobiasg Stanley Naylorg Max Weaverg Fred Riceg Wil- liam Tyndallg Jack Reedg Donald Weltyg James Pittman. r f 1 r ri .sg-ma'-S V4 1- lln' vlass ol' l05l startvtl our voyage toixarrl tliat wontlcrfnl grzulnalion day. 'l'lw numlwr of sailors on lwoarfl was 50. Our Captains wt-iv Mrs, l'vlc-ln'ziin anll Mr. Holaway. Sc-pls-nilwr H iw ln-lil a mvvting in the main valvin room. Thr- ollic-vrs sa-lm-tc-tl now. Prvsidmit- lfriefla Waltvrs. Vice--l'r0siml0nt+f Dana lray. Se-vrvlary-'l'rc-asiirvr'-f llarliara Sharp. Hvrlwrt liripv and l.alllar lla-ic'lwrl ist-rv studs-nt vounvilors of our ship. llm-vm-riilwl' lll wa- ulvarvcl the deck and lwltl our skating party. whit-In mais vnjoyc-cl lmy all. We- liaw sailors lu-longing to tlw Junior Y-Tvens and sonic- in lvanml. VU- hope- all ol our sailors will return nvxt yt-ar and that iw will lmw as nnn-li rlvasim' in rc-snniinv' our vm'afw to lfratlualion as this 1' . F P yvar llas lmrouglllt. Ifronl ron fl+'l'l to ri" 1 p..liI llolwrl Milli-r. XV:uymA lngln-, l4In1,:e-m- Yomln-r. .lohn ltolninson. llodm-5' l,onrlt-r- milk, .liin Mille-r, XYall4-r XX'illinlns. Low:-ll Kuhn. XY:lltv-r l,on1:Iit-ld, till-n Ill-ml. lin-rn'-ll Slilllllllpfll. lCi1'li:ll'd llllnc-. ivvullll row ll-t'l lu right: ltic-lizard Vorxxin. .Xllu-rt lll'l'SlllH'l'1,.fl'l', Nornin llzlnnmn. lflninizi .ll-:in lions- lu-rgvr. Nluln-l llurklinldt-r. lim-x'4-rly Ralston, llllsit- Davis. Mary Lon ltt-progln-, Sully Hull. Marilyn l'hvnd, .Inan 'l'w-vt:-r, Gilford 'l'rn1-x, ll0XY1ll'll Slutmnnn. l'liil'1 row I--ft lm- ri "lil: l A liyll- XN':ult- lh-st, Phyllis lh-twilvr. Unrol Gillis, ltnrlmrn Sllitfll. l4'i'iml:i XY:1lt1-rs. ltilliv .lvilll XVi4linoya-r, t':u'ol Klitzko-, lim-h:u-l l't'1-il'I'1-r, Nuns-y Sl-vlirisl. llslwn lil'l'Sll'l', Yvonnq- llnine-s, Norma Inglv, Vlwllvllllil Milli-r. I.:uKl:lr lin-i1'll4'l't, lbavid XV:lIta-rs. lfourtli ron' ll-ft to riglit: .lolin l':unl llrunso, th-nv Jollnson, llvrlwrt Prim-, .lt-rry lin-nlz, l+'oriw-sl lbunnuvk, Ilnnn Gray. IM-nnis liriiiiiliziiigli, .llllllt'S l4'l1-vtwood, XYillinni llnss. l':lrl ll'-4-k:nnnn, Vzurlyll- li2llllllf.f!ll'llll'I', ,, 5 , M. Jaftqu A QV ,. RL .f xt ,. I -s - M , - fl - v np. A " ' P . as--'iawflr' "' 7 SEVENTH RADE Front. rowgleft to right: Douglas Geyer, Phillip NVright. David Bowers. David Hartman. Edwin Kern, David Stouder. VVilliam Stillson, Rivhard Reproglv. St-cond rowfleft to right: lylary Jane Pittman, Marie NVilson. .loan lU?lI'l'lIlf.ftUll,4: li?ll'lT2lI'2l l,4-Count, Patrit-ia Henley, Willodenl- Kvift-1'. Colle-on Hartman, Arlt-nv lim-hnian, Sally Snider. Third row--left to right: Ihltty Sharkey. Mary Hockstroh, Sue Marlin, Marla ltlutsvhlor, l'atrit-ia Richmond, Della, Ina Chapman. JoAnn Shivvly. Lorre-tta Stillson. Norma Nine. Ruby Tobias, Monna Se-christ. Fourth row-left to right: Jann-s Mitterling, Ronald Miller, Fred Wilt, ltivhard Adams. Junior lfullt-r, James Mt-ssner, James Crafton. Robert Jensen, Thomas 1'rit-km-tt. Vive the class of 1952 now find ourselves in the first year ol' Junior High. We began our year with thirty-eight students enrolled, hut now we have 40 students. Shortly after the school year started we elected oliicers as follows: Della Ina Chapman. Presidentg Joann Farrington, Vice-Presidentg Particia Richmond. Secretary-Treasurer. Our sponsors are Miss Shively and Miss Cray. We had one party in January in our school gymnasium and are planning to have another one in the spring. We are looking forward to our eighth grade year. 'N W N S ,. .. 4 Ha- 53:31- .J D 'K Aw'-"" "inn-......,, nur... i mf 1 To the left is a scene from the play "Little Women" directed by Mrs. Edith Pelchrzim Seated, left to right: Janet Millerg Mary Catherine Hartmang Joan Flowersg Jo Ann Biglerg Rosena Gearhart. Standing, left to right: Richard Stoopsg Mary Jeanette Weltyg Arlene Schwartzg Frank Coppesg Richard Callanderg Arthur Schwartzg Mariette Mellinger. wh ntl T E I As thc ollicial lnody of stndcnt govcrnmcnt - .' dcnt Council acts as a mcdium through tht Stu if-lm stndcnt and administrativc prohlcms a T9 crprm-lcd. 'l'hrough the Studcnt Council. a co crativc spirit is instillcd throughout thc sch 'lilac Stl -mlwrs ol' tht- National llonor Socicty togc ldcnt tfouncil is made' up of all thc ool. thcr with onc rcprcscntalitc from cach homc roonl ol' tht- lllllltil' high and high school gradcs not rc- ncscntcd tty ilu- National Honor Socicty. This -' ' ' addition to Mr. lioosc. totals 1-wlilun nn mlvtls In I' SINIIIS Ur. Our aims this ycar haw luccn to make' Nap- pancc High School a salicr and lmcttcr school. Various committccs haw worked on some of the prohlcms and through thc luody. wc hopc to mcct thcst Front row, lcft to right: La Mar Rcichcrt, Hcrhcrt man, Betty May, JoAnn Richmond. Second row, left to right: Richard Gardncr, ltcan Catback, Cart Lemma, Mr. Third row, left to right: Arthur Schwartz, ltcwcy Richard Stoops. 1 aid of the studcnt goals. Cripc, Roland Hccka- Farrington, Patricia Middauzh, Kcnncth Roost-, advisor. IC pplcy, Nancy Uli nc, NA ated, left to right: J s e n a Gearhartg ln e L o u Biglerg mcy Uline. anding, left to 'htz r t h u1'Schwartzg 1 v i d Widmoyerg :wey Eppleyg c h a 1' d Stoopsg :k Milleman. TIONAL HONOR SOCIE l'nfsidf-nr .... ..... .... N A NCY ULINE Slfcrvlflry-Trvrlsurwr . . . .... Dizwm' EPl'l,EY The National Honor Society is composed of students selected hy the faculty on the hasis of scholarship. leadership. service, and character. Two students are chosen from the Senior class at the beginning of the First semester. and two more seniors. as well as two juniors. at the beginning of the second semester. The main project of this yeaifs organization is to prepare a student handhook. which will contain information ahout the school. such as traditions. rules. and or- ganizations. DRAMATIC CLUB ront row, lvft to right: Mary .Ivanc-tto Welty, Patricia Naylor, Mary Frances Bertvlson, Joan Lloyd. Arlt-no Schwartz, Trilha Stillson, JoAnn Higler, Rose-na Gearhart, Mary Czltlis-i'iiiv llartman. 1-Cond row, lc-ft to right: lit-tty Hostvttc-r, Margaret Farrington, Carole Heckamvn, Marivttv Mvllingvr, .lanr Lou Biglvr, Janet Miller, Marilyn Miller, Marlene Schvvts, Joan Flowvrs, l'm-ggi' Lloyd, Mrs. Pelchrzim, sponsor. lhird row, It-ft to right: Phillip Pricv, Owen Lt-mna, Frank Parsons, Richard Klitzko, Frvd Curtis, Richard Stoops, Arthur Schwartz, Richard Callandor, Frank Coppes. ln ltllli lht- llraniatir Chili was organizvd with a nwnilwrship of tm-nty: this wan' IIIUH' rnthusiasin was shown toward this activity and thirty students joint-d tht tlnlu, Ullirt-rs wt-rr rlvrlvtl at our Ur-tolwr nievting. l'f4'Sl.lll'llf . . . . .M,xm' tIx'i'iii:iuxi: ll tli'l'M xx Sm-rwfury . . ........ ISHTTY llos'1'i1'l'1't:it Tn-usurf-r ...... . , .M -xinmx lllIl.I.l-ll! Yrzrs Rrporlvr . . . ........... . ..An'rnl it Sr:nwxm'z "Ho llc- Xli" was tht' first play of the svason. pl'vs9ntvtl to thv pulmlic' on l,t'l'l'Illlll'l' l. 'llhc' rluli inc-niln-rs had an vnjoyalrlv trip to I'lill'i Wayiw on ,liltllllll'Y 213. 'llhvx isitnrssrd tht- produrtion "High 'lion' at tht- llivir 'lllltx1llI'K'. whirli has prow-tl to ln 1 xalnalmle- 4-xlu-l'iviir'c'. "l.ittle- Wonirnu the- drainatization taken from the hook writtrn hy Louisa Nl Xlrotl. was our stud' dnrinif tht- winter. This was an vxve :tional mlay with hinnoi' 1 1y 1 In o 1 1 1 I ' 1 IlllllUS. and ov. so llllPI'tIlltl"lK'ti that it rw lllfilll nitrnsivr stud ' to niaks' it u siirrrss I , :- DEBAT The varsity debate team began the season in December by attending the annual Purdue Debate Conference. Here the team heard authorative speakers discuss both sides of the national ques- tion for this year: "Resolved that the Federal Government should provide a system of free medical care available to all citizens at public l'XIN"llSl'.N The team. under the direction of its sponsor, Mrs. Nliles. participated in the LaPorte Speech 'l'ournament where we debated with teams from schools in the various parts of the state. Arthur Schwartz received a certificate for excellent speaking. This year Nappanee entered the St. Joseph Valley Debate League. The various trips took the team to South Bend Riley, South Bend Cen- tral. and LaPorte. Altogether. the team debated against Riley, Central. LaPorte. Cary Clark. Cary Tolleston. Hammond. John Adams. Mishawaka, and Knox. The team was composed of Arden Hamman and Dewey Eppley. Affirmative, and Wayne North and Arthur Schwartz, Negative. with Nancy Uline as an alternate Negative. Seated--left to right: Beverly H a h n, Mrs. Miles, advisor, Joan Lloyd. Standing-left to right Arden Hamman, ltewey Eppley, Nancy Uline, Jack Milleman, Arthur S c h w 21 rt z, Wayne North. NA PANET STAFF Seated-left to right: Jane Lou Bigler, Dick Stoops, Mary Cather- ine Hartman, Marilyn Miller, Jack Milleman, Mary Jeanette Welty, Richard Callander. Standing-left to right: Dewey Eppley, Arthur Schwartz, Owen Lem- na, Richard Klitzke, Mr. Roose and Miss Hoover, advisors, Nancy Uline, Wayne North, David Widmoy- er, Pegge Lloyd, Joan Strauss. We. the Napanet stall' members of 1946 and 194-7, have worked hard to give you a Gne book, with memories for the graduating seniors and scenes of our school for tbe citizens of Nappanee. The following capable hands steered the book to completion: Editor . . . .. .NANCY ULINE Co-Editor ....... . . .DEWEY EPPLEY Business Manager . . . . .. . .. . . . . . .RICHARD STooPs Asst. Business Manager ..... MARY CATHERINE HARTMAN Junior Editor and Manager . . . . . . . . .DAVID WIDMOYER, RICHARD CALLANDER Art Editor .... MARILYN MILLER Alumni ........... SALLY HowENs'rEIN Calendar ...... ...... M ARY J. WELTY, PEGGE LLOYD Athletic Editors .... RICHARD KLITZKE, JACK MILLEMAN Snapshot Editor .................. ARTHUR SCHWARTZ Hereis best wishes to you-the class of ,47-from the annual stall. JOURNALISM lVluch goes into publishing the paper. but with the interest and enthusiasm shown through out this year'--'drudgery has become fun. The organization has been active because each member had a job to do and he did it. We attribute our line publications to the splendid co-operation of the stall. Various steps produce the finished product-VY-"D'liulldog." The paper begins with reporting. then the material is dummied. stencils are cut, pages mimeographed, and stapled and finally it is distributed and read eagerly. Front rowe-left to right: Kathleen Hoffcr, Marilyn Burkholder, Mary Ellen Middaugh, Helen Messner, Janet Miller, Jane Lou Bigler, Arlene Schwartz, Patricia Hare, Marcelene May, Joan Lloyd. Second row-left to right: Phyllis Mellinger, Ilonna Uline, Patricia Pippen, Ruth Speirchcr, Patricia Naylor, Betty Hostetter, Margaret Farrington, Mariette Mellinger, Patsy Corwin, Mary Catherine Hartman, Pegge Lloyd, Mrs. Miles, sponsor. Third row-left to right: George Byers, Phillip Price, Owen Lemna, Richard Klitzke, Fred Curtis, Joe Stillson, Richard Stoops, Arthur Schwartz, Richard Callander, Kenneth Calbeck, Wayne North, Eugene Smith. HI-Y President ......... RICHARD S'rooPs Vice-President. . .ARTHUR SCHWARTZ Secretary ........ DAVID WIDMOYER Treasurer ......... JACK MILLEMAN Sponsor .............. MR. WHITE On January 11 the Hi-Y held its annual Father and Son Banquet at the Methodist Church. We sponsored the Dime Line again this year on February 18. We broke all previous records by collecting over 891.00 for the benefit of ln- fantile Paralysis victims. We inaugurated two plans this year by which we intend to improve our club. The first of these was the "Hi-Y N Letter Award Plan." By this plan any Hi-Y member who wishes to earn an F. H. A. The Future Home Makers Club was first or- ganized in 1933 for the purpose of interesting home economics girls in homemaking. The club was reorganized this year with Miss Blank as sponsor. Membership is limited to girls who have com- pleted one year or more of home economics in school. The club has a membership of nineteen this year. Club meetings are held twice monthly during the activity period. The theme of the club for this year is Post War Homes. Some interesting programs have been given. F. F. A. The Future Farmers started the year with ten members, later increased by the addition of eight green hands. A pest killing contest was held among our mem- bersg Paul Rummel and Arthur Haney were cap- tains. Paul Rummel's team won with George Mal- colm a high point man of the contest. Other events were: district judging contestg parent and son banquet held on February 26 at which Rev. Keim was our speakerg hay-ride which the Future Home Makers sponsoredg basketball held Tuesday eveningsg stunt for Farmers Instituteg and two waste paper drives. Paul Rummel and George Byers were chosen to be delegates to the State F. F. A. convention. "N" letter must not have had an unexcused absence from a meeting, must have maintained a "B" aver- age in citizenship, and must comply with the re- quirements for membership. The second plan is Re- quirements for Membership. By this plan the member must co-operate with the club otlicers, must not have had more than two unexcused absences from a meeting, must not use tobacco or alcohol in any form, and must not allow his citizenship grade to fall below a UCB average. If a member violates any of the "Requirements for Membership" he will be suspended from the club. We concluded this successful year with a swim- ming party at the Elkhart Y.M.C.A. -David Widmoyer On November 14, all members enjoyed a hay- ride with the F. F. A. We have completed several projects this year. These include sending a Christmas basket to a needy family, having a fashion review and party for our mothers, and a money making project selling concessions at the District Band Contest. Vile shall make an educational field trip in the spring. Pauline Wise Levi Tobias received a letter award. Kenneth Bollman and DeVon Rose qualified for and were initiated into the Chapter Farmer degree. The club was greatly saddened by the sudden death of Arthur Haney. Arthur held the Chapter Farmers degree, was secretary, and a 4-H Iunior Leader at the time of his death. The ollicers are as follows: President ........ GEORGE MA1.coLM Vice-President ........ LEVI TOBIAS Secrezary.AR'rI-IUR HANEY-JACK GRAN Treasurer .......... PAUL RUMMEL Reporter ........... GEORGE BYERS Watch-Dog ......... CARLYLE Buss Advisor ..... .... C HAS. B. BYI:Rs I-'y-11111 V1111, 11-fl 111 1'1I.E1l1i 111-y 1,11 1:11:41-. 1111-11:11'11 Klux Mille-1', 1il'1111l'1111'211- II.-1-Ig. 1' I 1- I I 11:11'l111:111. I1'1-1-11 l'lll'11S. 1111-l1:11'1l S11111ps, ,Xl'11Il1l' S1-l111':11'1x. ll1'11l'I,11' S111111'5- HUF' 1i:1111'111:111. 1111-11:11'11 1'z1l- I:111111-1', .l:11111-s 1.1-nlz: S1-1-111111 1-1111, 11-1111111111111 H1-11113 II1111s11111-1'. .1111- S1il1s1111, 1111-1-11 1.1-11111:1. l'11illi11 1'1'i1-1-. 1111-l1z1r11 Kli1zk1-, 1l1-111'Lf1- 1211-rs, 1.1,-:Ink 01111111-s. l'1l211'11'S 1'l1:111111:111, 1':11'l 1.1-11111:1. I1'1':111li l':11's1111s. 'l'l1i1'1l 1'1111, l1-1'1 111 1'i1:l1l: Mark 1'11x, 11111 1i:l1:411111, 111-111-5' 111111111-X. .1:11111-s 151155. 11:11'i11 XVi1111111y1-1', 1111111-1-1 111'11, 1l1-111'1:1- 31:11- 1-11l111, .l1111i111' 111-1-k:1111:111. 111111115 ,I111- 1l11ll:11'. 1111111.2- I:1s 11111111111-l, XY1-11111-ll 311-1x11-1', 11111111111 Kirk- 11'111111. 11111-11111 111-1'sl1l11-1'- p.2'1'1'. Air, XY11i11-. s111111s111', 11'11111'l11 1'1111, 11-1'1l111'ip.5l11: XX'illi:1111 111111111112 .1J11'1i Mill--111:111. 1111-l1:11'11 I,i1111, .1111- 121-11-1'. .1:11'k 1l1':111. 171'i1l1 Ali1111:111gl1. 1'l111'111111 N1-11-1'1-1: 1111-l1:11'11 11:1111- 111-1', 111111:1-111- Sl:11.1l1-, 111-X l1:111s. .X1'111-11 11:1111111:111. S1-1111-11 11-I'l 111 ri1.1l1l: 1':111li111- XX'is1-. .l11111- l1:1i111-s, 1511111-,11-:111 11111111 111-11-11 N11-ss111-1'. Phyllis I11111s11111-1'. A1:11'1.g'i1- M111- 11:1111:11. l':111'i1-i:1 Xl:11'1i11, Sully M1111-111:111. SI:11111i11p:, I1-fl 111 1'ig.:'l1l: 1,:1111'i111- 11:1 i111-s. 31111-1 I-1111-11 Rli1111:111g11, N111'111:1 1i11l111, .xllllil Mm- M111- 11:1111.4l1, 1S:11'I1z11':1 511111111- 111-1'l'1-1x N11l1'j' .Xl11-1- 111111. Nl:11'j111'i1- 8115111-1', l':1l1'i1-1:1 111-1-11. Vi1'gi11i:1 Alillvr- li111.1', 1' 1- 1.5 1-1' 1' XYilli11111h. 111111111 Sllllllllilll. 1111111121- l11-I11- Must, Bliss lil:111k. sI111l1s11I'. 1"I'11II1 l'11XN, 11-1'l 111 righlg .1:11111-s 1'1ll111:111, XYilliz1111 l111111l, 1111l11- 1'1 111-illy, 1.1-1111:11'11 S1 11111. 111-1111 11':11'1111':1l11. S1'1'11lI11 l'1111', 11-I'l 1111-ighlj 111-Y1111 1i11s1-, 11111111111 111-lly. .l:11-11 121':111. 11115- 5111111-1', 1':11'lyl1- 1111ss.K11'. 121+-rs. s111111:-11r , 'I'l1i1'1i 1'1111', I1-ft 111 1-114111: 111-111'g1' 1511-rs, Y1-1111111 11111'11sl1-111-l', K1-11111-111 111111-111:111, .Xl'111lI1' 1111111-y, 1,1-11 'l'11I1i:1s, 1Z1-111'g'1- 111:11- 1'11l111. K1-11111-111 111-111-141-, ENIOR --EENS l'ws1'flwnI , , ,,,, . , I'iix'i.i.1s Mi-:i,l,1Nui:R Vif-1'-Imfsiflwiif . ,Ilosmm GI-IARIIART .Sw-1-:tary , ., ,ANNA Lou Goiwi-:RMAN 711-fisiaf-wi' ,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,, M ARILYN MlI.I.PIR 'l'his year we are no longer the Girl Reserves of N. H. S. but a new and active Y-Teen orpfanization with fifty-five members, Our name has been chang- ed so that we are now associates of the Y. VV. C. A. in name, purpose, and goals. Along with other changes, we have a new song which all of us enjoy sin5.fing'. The blue triangle, with a super- imposed map of the world, and whose base stands for spirit and two sides for health and knowledge, is still our symbol. We can proudly say that we are a part of a world-wide org'anization. Under the direction of liosena Gearhart, Mary Jeanette Welty, and Phyllis Weaver, we had some very interesting and worth while programs. We enjoyed two outstanding book reviews, "Clementine Kelly" and "Mama's Hank Account," given by Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Pelehrzim respectively. We also were entertained by many of our own talented members. 'l'he Y-'l'eens with the Hi-Y organization had a lively skating party at Plymouth on October IZ. Among our other activities were a serious initiation service, and a mother and daughter banquet. We sincerely feel that this first year of the Y-Teen organization has been a g'reat success and we, as full-pledged members, are pressing forward, ever mindful of our purpose. 'l'Hl' l'll"l'lilll'l: liollom How: H1-l'i-rigliii .Ximzi lioil Qlondernmng .lozin ldlnww-I's1 lim- ldlli-n lfii-ld: Shirley -linvis: Ros- v-n:u, 4il'2Il'llIll'l2 Louise lh-rrp: ,ln .Xnn lligli-rl Hose- mnry Ilumilloii. Middle Ilow: Bliss lloox.-r, sponsor: Alziry t':illierine Ilzirlnizin Phyllis Iiei-ry: Morgar:-I Warrington: Kulli- leen llolil'i-V1lXl:il'i.:'ih-!'iln- H+-zirlizirlz lil-verly llzllllli Sully llowf-nsli-in. Top How: Doris Holziuuuy: Dolores Ingle: Helly llood: .lane l.ou High-rp l'i-gee Lloyd: M:u'il5'll Burk' holder: Helly llosi.-lla-ri Nlnrilyn .li-nsen: Mary .Xnn li:ll'lll1ilullin'W. llu'l"l'UM l'lt"l'l'lil'1: liolloni Row: .loziii Slrwuss: Iiorolliy Miller: llelen Mzxilern: Phyllis XXW-:uw-1-1 'l'rilb:i Sllllsolll Silfll XV:illers3 Helly Sllllllllillll Wilma Yoder, Middle liow: Miss llrziy, sponsor: Marilyn Miller Nziney Slmuni: lxlill'll'llQ' Slim-ls: lim Mae 'Prorel lflloisi- Milli-niun: Nl:u'i.::ii'i-l Miller: lionnn llline- Iilzirgurel Mints:-lil.-i'1 l"1lX Slim-nie-iz: Nziney l'line. 'Pup llowi Phyllis Me-lliiigi-i'1 Yirp.:'ini:i Rlilterliiii,:' l':ilriei:i l'ippi-np l':ilrii-in Naylor: Ruth Speielier Mary .le-:ini-Ile Welty: l,1ilS liolvinson: Rl:irilB'll Nillrl' llelorl-s liolli: .lam-l Xliller. JUNI Ring out the old! Ring in the new! The name Junior Girl Reserves is forever buried and to take its place we present the Junior Y-Teens. The officers for this year are: 1'rf'SirIf'i1t ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,i..,,,,,,,. l OAN LLOYD l'V1.l'!'-I,I't'SffIl'Ilf .... MARn:'r'ri: Mi:LI.1NGi-:R Svc1'vtr1r'y ,,,,,.,, FRIHDA WAi,Ti-:Rs Song Lender ,, ..,,., CARULH HHCKAMAN 1,lfll1fNf .,,,..... ...........,.. I ,AT HULLAR Our parties, a theater party in February and a skating party in the spring, were enjoyed by all attending. We .hepe next year will be as interesting and entertaining as this one has been. -TEE S THD' I'IlTTUltl4I: llollum Row: qli-fl ln right! Patsy Ile-nl:-yi llilflilllil l.e-Unllnlg XVilludviw liie-fer: Vollm-ii linrtninni lilsii lmvis: Unrnl Klilzke-: Unrul .Xnn Gillis: Iinlli liar! man: .IUA nn Fnrringt nn. Middle Row: Yvmme Huim-sp Phyllis llinismnirz .lnnil lCiman: Phyllis lletwile-rl Shirley Cope-liliax'e-i': Malin liurkholdn-r. Nurnm lnglf-3 Nurnin lgilllllliilll .lvnnii lml- Gall: Mzirllia Curl. 'Pop Row: Dawn Km-sle-rg Sully Hull: lh-llu l-ni Uhapman: Uarnle Hi-r'liai11z1n3 lmis llrirlinunz Iinnrini Haines: l'nt Hnllarq ,loan Lloyd: Mary lli-ln-n .Xrnull l!U'l"I'OlXI I'lK"I'URl'IZ k liullnm Row: Marie XVilsnn: Sue- Marlin: Maury lim- slrnh: ltlnnna Sec-lirisli l':il!'iw-in liiwlinnuml: Juan Shivvlyg Sally Snider: Mary Juni- Pillninn: I.uri'+-lli Slillsnn: Helly' May. Middle- Row: Ann XVrigh1: l'4-guy XYillinnis: l':itri1-ii lie:-d: Nam-y Sm-christ: l'lmm:i Ili-iisln-r'g'4'i': Marilyn Phend: Arlene Schwartz: Juan 'l't'f'lt'l'1 Marla Mnlsi-h lor: Thelma Miller: li2ll'll2H'l l'I'i-il't'e-r: Mary lmu lin proglo: ll:-verly Rnlslnn: l2:ii'luui'n Mum-ylim-l't'i-i'. Top Huw: l'aulin1- Su-inrnvlz: l-'rivdn Walla-rs: lim lvara Sharp: Edna, Slnlzmzm: l'alrivi:i lllartinz Mari 1-ite Mi-llinger: Margie Middziugh: l,n-urn All-lvilln liillie .lf-:in XYidnioye-r: .Imran Shuuni. IIN- lianml. nnrlcr IIN- elircrlion ol' Nlr. llalrcgl- fu lim INNI anollN'r lunsy and Slll'l'l'SSIllI ycar llN Nixly-liw lIIl'IIllN'I's clcrlvrl IIN' following ol'- l,l'l'NI.ll1'lIf ... . .l,I'il,I.I'i l,l,oYli Iliff'-l'l'l'.Sllll'lIl . ...l'IIIl.I,II' lllilfilf Swwrf-1111-y . ..... N xxrzi llI.lNl'i 'l'n-num-r . . .. .Nl im If. ll xirrwixx S1'I'gl'llIlf nl -lrnm. .IiIl,II nm Sroors xl'll'.Y R1-porn-r . .nloihx llNQl,i-:lc ln Nou-nilwr IIN- lvansl gan- ils lirsl l'0IIl'l'I'l ol IIN W-ar. -X lvansl and vliorns LIITISIIIILIS pro- xiax also gixcn. IIVIIIF1 sunisorcd Ivy IIN' '. H -g' A '- i ' "alrnN'rs lnslilnlv I I' l X IIN 'ioup plnul lol I lllll lor all IIN' lllbllll' lvzlwlwllvalll QQIIIIPS. ln l'1-luririrx IIN' lrlnrl 'IIIII cliorlla look lllllt' I I I , onl lion: prarlirniu lo I-niov an ln-an SIIIIIWIX IIN- luancl. ax mill as IIIRIIII soloisl- and cn- ' -5 -f"'. 1' wnililw lilllllllilllll in monls I in IIN pun, VI N1 in proud lo IN- liosl IIIIUII IIN' llistricl llanml and f ronla-FI ISHN IN-lfl IN-rr in XEIIIIIEIIIIT. ,a.,I,. ..a.gg5.,.44:,, gg, ' . iw it . F , JN ii,--qywwfv M ,Qi If iw-in 'X Front, rowAlcft to right: Mary Catlu-rinc Hartman, Rav lflllcn Field, Patricia Hollar, Bonnic Buss, Carol Klitzkv, Patricia Pippcn, Marprarct Mutschlcr, George Hycrs, Patricia Naylor. Second row-loft to right: Kathlccn Hoffvr, Arlcnc Schwartz, .loan Lloyd, Carolc lic-ckaman, Barbara Sharp, Phyllis Rccry, Phyllis Wcavcr, Nancy Ulinc, Pvggc Lloyd, Mary Ann Bartholomew, Fred Curtis. Nancy Shaum, JoAnn liiglor, Margucritc Gcarhart, llclorcs Roth. Third row-Icft to right: Maricttc Mcllingcr, .lorry licntz, Ga-nc Johnson, Mary Lou Re-progrlv, Hclcn Mattcrn, Charlcs Chapman, .lamcs Lcntz, David Widmoycr, Frank Parsons, Carrol Holaway, lllugcnc Smith, Richard Gardm-r, Rox Davis lnot in picture-I, Clvll Hartman, llavid Stoudur, I"rcd Wilt, Wade' Rm-st, Knot in picturcb, Arthur Schwartz, Philip Pricc, Richard Ulinc Knot in picture-J, liouisc Berry, licvcrly Hahn, Ruth Spcichcr, llonna Ulinc. Fourth row-lc-ft to right: Dana Gray, Marlcnc Schccts, Kcnncth Calhcck. Harold Hl'l'SlIl7l'I'j1'l'I', Gcorgc Stoops, Richard Klitzkc, Richard Rohrcr, ,lamcs Pittman, Ronald Kirkwood, Mario Wilson, Roland Hcckaman, Richard Max Millcr, .loc Stillson, Richard Stoops. ront row!-left to right: Ruth Speichcr, Patricia Pippen, Shirley ltavis, Nancy Shaum, Trilba Stillson, llorothy Miller, Marilyn Miller, Peggre Hare, Loleta Coppes, lloris Holaway, Joan Strauss, Mary Jeanette Mast, Phyllis Weaver. Sc-cond row-left to right: Ronnie Russ, Patricia Naylor, Betty Hostetter, Margaret Farrington, Margaret Mutschler, Mary Jeanette Welty, Mary Frances Bertelson, Ilonna Uline, Beverly Hahn, Marilyn Jensen, Kathleen Horfer, Marilyn Burkholder, Nancy Uline, Miss Cray, director. Third row-left to right: Phillip Price, Owen Lemna, Richard Klitzke, Carl Lemna, Frank Parsons, Clcll Hartman, Wayne North, Fred Curtis, Joe Stillson, George Stoops, Charles Chapman, Frank Coppes, Wen- dell Metzler. CHORUS Our chorus has enjoyed another active year under the capable direction of Nliss Cray and with the eo-operation of our hue accompanist. Nancy Ulinc. At the heginning of the year we elected thc following oliicers: OW!-IN l,i:Mvx .. ....... l're.vid4-nl FRED CVRTIS ........ l"ive-l'rv.si11w1l Joi: STn.i,soN. . .Seerelury-Treasurer Last fall we were represented hy twenty per cent of our members in a chorus of five hundred students. which sang for the teachers association in South Bend. Un December ll. the hand and chorus presented a Christmas program. sponsored hy the P.T.A. We joined with the llremcn chorus when the annual joint concert was given. The chorus received First llivision ratings at hoth the District Contest held here on April IZ. and at the State Contest on April l9, at North Manchester. We shall take part in the Spring Festival and the Baccalaureate Service. Now. as our activities draw to a close. w e feel that the chorus has completed a year of many achievements. ,....-- ' Ww- Q'- r a Ilordml I'I'im-II'1'r. WIKI - 901114-4IA Ivfl in right JoAnn Iiiglvr. Hairy lmlwrmm- II il rl m an. hm' Inu Iiiglvr, Mau'- , 1 4 1 . v garvl I'ill'I'lIIQIOIl. Noi'- mzl IIa1Islm1. Qlunding. Ivfl In right lions Iloluxsuy. xIill'l- Iy n IIllrIiI1uI1Il'l'. Hos- um fQc.llI1.1ll. Ilolorvs Iiulll. XI i s s Sllivvly I.uuIly IlIu1.l1l.ln. I' I1 Y I I i s Nlvllingvr xIill'Qlllt'l'IIt' llvarlmrl lzmvl NIIIIW. I.t'Il In right lmm I,ImcI. ltugvm FIZIINIIIQLII. Uxwn Imm- zl. Muna Inu ilmlrI0l'- mam. ,lzulv I,m1 IIIQIIPF. QIIIIY IImw1lslc'ir1. Bvl- Iy Ilmwd. IxI1ll'I I y n IIlll'IiIl0I4Ii'l'. I7 0 r I s Ilulauszly, juan Strauss 'limp mu, Ivfl In rivlxl Ht In nl 4.1 1 1" ' -ssinuvr. VIN- Ivy IIIHISPH. I'zll1I N'- 1'Ill'I4I Ilm Hurt Iilvll- ll'lI Irl'SSIllQ11'l'. l.ImrI1-w Ilm-Ilslvllvl' XIi1I1IIc' rms. I:'I'l lu rI"Ill I-. Nulwrl XXLIIIPIX. Ifur- rull Luppvs. ,I 0 I1 I1 I,IivII'1'l'. llm'1Iun Smith. Iiilly Strung ISTUIII run. IvI'l Io rigI1l Iivilll xIl'I:lll'lL Kvll- ncth Nlillvrling. Hola I.uls's. Xurris Hallslvv, '1 v M LIBRARIANS The purpose of our library is to encourage the students to learn and to introduce them to new things and friends. In our school we have over two thousand books and about thirty weekly and monthly magazines. The most widely read magazines are Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Newsweek, Good Housekeeping, and Reader's Digest. This year we have added a set of Hlunior Britanica Encyclopedia? N There are twelve librarians who help the students find books and magazines. It is also their duty to check everything that is taken out, and collect the fines for overdue books. Under the guidance and assistance of Miss Shively, we try to help all we can. MONITGRS The duty of the monitors is to collect t-he attendance slips at the beginning of each hour. To do this they must sacrifice part of theirlstudy hour. Their work is all voluntary and is greatly appreciated by the faculty. PATROL BOYS A great deal of praise goes to our Patrol Boys for'their splendid work that insures the safety of the younger children. The co-operation of the older students made their work easier. Whether it rains or shines, you will always find them at their post. SWIM Xf61? l " lE3lllE?l 58 'MA '---" 3 ff- ff Rf- X42' .,. 5 Q X43' A + 45" W, 0 1- '46'-I-1 N lullllgmllmulug-. F , xx xi SML A Tgf E in "THERE! LITTLE GIRL, DON'T CRY! THEY HAVE BROKEN YOUR SLATE, I KNOW AND THE GLAD, WILD WAYS OF YOUR SCHOOL GIRL DAYS ARE THINGS OF LONG AGOg BUT LIFE AND LOVE WILL SOON COME BY- THERE! LITTLE GIRL, DON'T CRY!" -Riley CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 4 School opened with Mr. Roose's announce- mentsg the freshmen rushed to and fro while seniors lagged along. 6 The weatherman had no mercy on the hand at the Goshen Fair. It wasn't fun running back and forth dodging raindrops, was it kids? 10 First meeting of Hi-Y and G. R. 11 Baseball game. Journalism meeting. Annual Staff meeting. 12 P. W. jackets all the rage! 16 Dramatics-the rules laid down. 23.24. 17 F. F. A. and G. A. A. 18 Elkhart vs. Nappanee baseball 10-10. Fu- ture Homemakers. 23 These blue Mondays-depressing, yes? Hi-Y senior initiation. 24 Girls Glee Club, G. R., Hi-Y-It seems the girls are all swooning over a certain south- ern drawl-nice physique, too, isn't that right, gals? 27 First edition of "D'Bulld0g." How do Tillie and Tessie dig up all that dirt? First Debate meeting. 30 Baseball, we lost to Concord 14--15. OCTOBER 2 English literature class went to Chicago to see "Henry V" Yes, girls, there is more than one clock at Marshall Fields. 3 Senior pictures-remarks heard in girls cloakroom-did you know our senior boys were so good looking? Ties certainly make a difference don't they ? Hi-Y G. R. skating party at Plymouth-after all these years of planning. 8 G. R. has turned modern, the new name? Why, Y-Teens, of course. 9 Oh my-with Mr. Weddle sick will the girls live through the day. Government classes celebrated Mr. Best's becoming papa with a party. 10 Student Council. Mr. Weddle is back so the girls can resume sighing. Juniors went to South Bend. School dis- missed at 2:30. Senior proofs. Ohs, ahs, and ughs heard from the upper classmen. Cheerleaders tryouts. Nice going Bus, Gene, and Art! First report cards, groan! Vacation made us lazy. Seniors measured for caps and gowns. Two assembly programs in one day! Magi- cian and football pictures. Some senior girls seemed more interested in gossip ses- sion. The nurse's room wasn't made for that purpose girls. Teachers Association. Freedom from the same old grind for two whole days. Juniors gave interesting skit by Louise Berry of things to come for some of our dear class- mates. Hallowe'en Party at school. Lena kept every- one guessing. NOVEMBER We kept our yearly tradition in beating New Paris in our first game of the season. New cheerleaders, hot stuff! Senior class meeting. Pepsi-Cola Scholar- ship delegates elected. F. F. A. and F. H. M. hayrides quite ex- citing! Sorry June, but you'll have to hang on tighter next time. Game with Bremen. Slipping a little, 48 to 34. Night school. Parents do make us nervous, donit they Mr. White? No school this A. M.g few more hours of sleep. Senior Thanksgiving program. Senior class, rather Art, decided we should have grey caps and gowns. DECEMBER 2 Wonderful notes filled our ears as we lis- tened to a blind marimba player. 3 Preview of "Do, Re, Mi" 4 5 18 CALENDAR "Do, Re Mi', performance. Seniors on their way to Hollywood since Lockridge did such a fine job of making them glamorous. Christmas vacation. Hooray, out until Jan- uary 6! JANUARY 6 8 Game, we defeated Concord, 42 to 38. Pictures and pep band both same day! Weddleis a papa! 1. Tests for Seniors. We're pretty bright! 10 Game, Central 64, Nap 39. They have quite a team, don't they fellows? 12 Debate team went to South Bend. 13 Game, Washington beat us 43 to 34. Senior class meeting. Motto, colors, and flower decided upon. 16 Mr. Roose informs us our tardiness is dis- graceful. Heads examined, for ringworm, of course! 17 Came, Madison. Y-Teens and Hi-Y. 21 Senior skating party. Cold but we had heaps of fun. 23 Dramatic Club went to Fort Wayne to see a play, "High Torf' 29 No concert with Bremen, too much ice. 30 No school, no heat, no lights, no telephones, yes fun. 31 Lost another game to Elkhart. FEBRUARY 3 Senior boys don't appreciate health so they locked Weddle out. Sextet, dramatics, band, and chorus bean supper. In spite of Jim's hatred for beans he did his best. 4 Seniors in Indianapolis. The boys gave us quite an interesting story on Queenie. Too bad you didn't get to see her, fellows. 5 Laporte has an exceptionally good team, as a result, the score was in their favor. 10 Scholarship tests for state schools were taken by eight seniors. 11 Art showed his pictures of the class party. 14 Assembly program. Lost to .lohn Adams. 18 F. F. A. meeting. Hi-Y father and son banquet. 21 Riley Wildcats were wild so they won the game. 25 Pictures. Patch test. 27 Tourney started. 28 D,Bulldog. School only in the morning. Our game, but we lost gallantly. MARCH 3 T. B. Tests. Reception committe at work. Band magazine campaign. 5 Report cards. Everyone has the flu. 7 Class tourney. Naturally the Seniors won. 14 Basketball Banquet. Congratulations, Jack! 17 It's a great day for the Irish. We all dressed in green. English lit. class had a party. Class meeting. 18 Band Clinic at Bremen. 21 Concert with Bremen-finally. But without the beans. 29 Student Forum for the Assembly. It lead to interesting and heated discussions. APRIL 1 Speaker from Purdue. School out for good -April Fool! 2 Ec. test--another one of Mr. White's lovely Ec. tests. 1st part of David Copperfield. 4 Out at 3:00 for Spring Vacation. 10 2nd part of David Copperfield. 15-16 "Little W Omen"-Did you go swimming or skating in the matinee, Dick? 30 Art Class and Juniors went to Chicago. MAY 18 Baccalaureate-Rev. Mr. Melville is our speaker. 20 Class Day. 21 Reception-The great Day has arrived. 23 Commencement-We reached the top of our high school career. Good Luck kids. Y X., t , yn fi! ,W "?V""' 9 EA- 'f 4' I Q 'N L., Q- F' o n K .- ' '-3' ' 552'- V, ll 5 -'F Z2 5 u - ,nn BPM x Q ' J V Win... -A ' is Mx 'pun VN xv 4 ix ""'i ? 7 gg. L4 r-1 K sax-A mf.. Xi J x SN y, 'K N . f Tiff? K f A 4 a s iw 91 gif' navy? :fvm.x,.v"f-- -5 .., , . wi! if 4 Nik t M.. an Z ..., 4, W 'J , r w, A pp, y 'nl 5355? 5 . "" . . ., ' 4' '. -n"?'r . ' Pj: 933'-',. '- HW'f3.-X. ,.,1"L'1-' ,r y. ' A ' xx ff ','. vy "jf ,Q 1. 1 ,, ww 1 Q. U I -1' - ,. ' 1-'A X sw ' 1 " W - 2 W 'L + 1 ' L. 'uf' 1. P " ","' - '., -1' -'. 'g.':'i '5fci .. 'N ' ' V-.+V-1 - , - - -'13 ', 1 '?"f ', ' - T1 'A ' , ' ' . -u , -ra f - ., w - 'V . - S iv .V E . L ll' R PH . ' ' 1, O X ..,4 f -an uf. Mysw.-2 G . - L , 0 :.W '1 , I' E' an -1 f 1 s 9' - K: gr I , , Qs. 7 W .7 I l 'ii ,,. dl' wi? - M' in 1 I .J wg Q ' 1 N 5 M lg 'E - ,,. U my i, if if jk L ' Q' , T . K .W I H l 6 Y l -.1333 T , ,, I 5 n J 1. ll sf 5 I In r 4 E 4 M Q w':wzv"h:xff,f- ' I ' i 1. A , NOT ALL THE SCHOOL HOURS ARE SPENT IN STUDYING FROM BOOKS: MUCH TIME IS GIVEN TO ATHLETICS. THIS YEAR THE VARIOUS TEAMS HAD THE FULL SUPPORT OF THE NAPPANEE FANS FOR THEY STOOD BACK OF THEM AND GAVE THEM ENDLESS ENCOURAGEMENT AND COOPER- ATION. THE FANS HAVE ACHIEVED THE GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP DESIRED BY THE OFFICIALS AND SCHOOL FACULTY. liiuwuzism ui tile- iziillliui iulimu-i's oi tin E T L Hur rout-li. Wr. V6 1-tiillt-. :tml nm' tim inuilugze-rs. lfmnk Hoppe-s :uni tflizirlw liliapnizin. :lest-i'w at lor ut' vrt-clit for the-ir tim' spirit ami support in hvlpirig that tvuin all liw nan tiirmwii uiivn tin' Swing waw . Ts t 1 l'Hll1E1il. 'Hwy iizixv triwi initrd. ami iiaiu' In fpita- nl' Nqippiiiuw-'s luring liuske-tltull PLINIHI, iw in-rv i-lbfllllllllt' in iluvingl thru' pm-ppy imyx. Mit Sr-imzirlz, liustvr llzillwck. mtl livin- tlisin. iitll'1'iN't'I'If'illil'l'S. The un- tiving spirit ui' lilvsl' lmvs kvpl up lin' vn- Hiilltiugs. lin-y in-lpn-mi tu t'NlLlitilSil u good Nptwlriiaiiifliip uttilutim' niimng tin- inns ami uu-m1r:ig11- mmpm-ratimi. Um- of time-ir ciutit-Q ww tu lic- in vliurgf' ni- the- iiurm-mm pi-p wwsiuris lit-ld tliroiigii- mit lln- in-await. 'Hn-w se-ssions xwn- mm- fluvtt-ci in :in iul4'rn-stingg mamm-r and wer:- .ltlviiilwl xxlmiz'-ilx'ztl'tm'1ily ivy tile' slumivnt limly. VC 1- 1-xlm-mi our zippn-1-iaitimi to tlwsi- nys for le-:ulinp tlim' fum in l'ilt'Q'I'iIlQ1 tin- -um mi. finite' ai swvli jot: 4-uiisimlwiiigg tht- tough 4-miipvlitimi. BASKETBALL The second team this year consisted mostly of Sophomores and juniors. Their fine playing: and winning: spirit hronght them through to see victory in inany games. They promise to give a great deal of tho same determination next season. Front row-left to right: Charles Chapman, manager, Richard Linn, Junior Heckaman, Richard Gardner, Frank Coppes, manager. Second row-left to right: Richard Miller, Rex Davis, Roy Kaufman, George Stoops, Wendell Metzler, Mr. Weddlc, coach. Third row-left to right: Clell Hartman, Frank Parsons, Arden Hammzin, George Byers, llean Middaugh. J if Sf ,hh 'rr .N V. s xn, X 1 I v if i a i X' 4, 'I . 1 ! A It .Q - ? ' ' X ! il BASKETBALL JACK lVlIl.l.l+IlN1AN-'iflfiilf'H141H," our fastest man on the team. This was Jack's second year on the varsity. Regardless of the margin of points between the opposing team and the Bulldogs, whether we were ahead or behind, he was always in the ball game, fighting until the gun sounded. Jack will graduate this year. OWEN I.i:MNA-"Hom.Imr," a good man under the basket. His ability to get the rebounds made him an asset to the team. This year marked his second year as a member of' the varsity. "Bomber" is a senior this year. JAMES I,HNTZ-"line," our only man serving his "third term" on the varsity. Because of the ill effects of an automobile accident which would have kept less determined men off the floor, Jim started out slowly this season. By the end of the season he overcame some of these difficulties to prove that he well deserved this third and final year on the var- sity. He is also a senior this year. Joi: Blu. Gi-:Yi-:R-"Sl1m1ty," one of the shortest and best centers in the business. "Shanty" was always given the task of handling the big men of the opposing team although he was usually four or more inches shorter than they. He is a man with springs in his feet who can be very helpful in our coming season. He is a junior. RICHARD Kl.1TzKi:-"Im-1.'," an expert on his Shots with his right hand. This was liick's second year on the varsity. His fighting spirit and timely bas- kets, and there were quite a few, were a real asset to the team. Dick will also be lost by graduation. BEN Holisoumz-"Hui," a left and two hand "hot shot," and a good ball handler. Ben played his first year on the varsity and his eye for the basket made him a scoring threat that was hard to cope with. Ben will be missed next year as he is a senior. HARoi.n HiznsnBaker-:R-"Hers1z," our high scorer for the season. He started out with a bang this year in the eounty's scoring column, but seemed to lose his eye by the end of the season. "Hersh" was a good ball-handler and can be counted on for some real playing next year as he is only a junior. CARI, LEMNA-"ll11,elf," one of our most under- rated players. He was really one of our best players of the season when he did appear on the floor. His expert ball-handling, play making, and line sports- manship will be a major asset to the team next year. GORDON NET!-LRER-"Cl:Tis," a fast breaking guard and a good ball-handler. His experience as a sub- stitute this year will help him to become a major threat to the Bulldogs' opponents next year. Chris is a junior. FRANK PARSONs-"I'o14'see," a very tall man who will provide a lot of needed help under the basket next year. He also is a junior. Nalylyangg 0pIl0Il0lltS 41 New Paris 312 234 Bremen 48 42 Kendallyille 45 24 Wakarusa 40 27 Goshen 29 42 Concord 318 534 Washington South Bend 411 Ill Madison 46 236 Fort Wayne North 44 Holiday Tourney 47 Columbia City 319 235 Goshen 413 44 Mishawaka 60 339 Central, South Bend 64 43 Michigan City 56 238 Goshen 42 21 Elkhart 339 22 La Porte 55 330 Wakarusa 3523 27 John Adams, South Bend 42 40 Riley, South Bend 57 Sectional 1947 21 Elkhart IIS! 718 Total Total 928 34.2 Average Average 44.2 BASEBALL Seated, left to right: Eugene Smithg Donald Gardnerg Levi Tobiasg Richard Millerg 'George Stoops. Kneeling, left to right: Stanley Naylorg Wendell Metzlerg Richard Gardnerg Dean Middaugh. Standing, left to right: Mr. Weddle, coachg Jack Millemang Gordon Netererg Owen Lemnag Joe Geyerg James Lentzg Carl Lemnag Richard Linn. Fall Baseball l946 Nappanee Opponents 0 Concord 5 l0 Elkhart l0 8 Elkhart 9 0 New Paris l 5 Concord I4 Qi 339 Spring Baseball ftentative schedulel April 2,1 Bremen - there May 2 Bremen - there May 9 Warsaw - there Concord TRACK Seated, left to right: Jack Millemang Gene Gwing George Malcolmg Eugene Smithg Jack Reed. Kneeling, left to right: William Tyndallg Harold Hershbergerg Paul Rummelg Levi Tobias. Standing, left to right: Mr. Best, coachg Dean Middaughg Stanley Naylorg Benny Hou- souerg Frank Parsonsg George Byersg Richard Millerg Wendell Metzler. This sport is one of the most neglected in N. H. S. However. this year it is hack on the upgrade. The team has shown a deter- mination to give all they can to put our school on top. Coach Vlvayne Best has made many improvements and the underclassmen promise to keep the sport more interesting. April ....................... .... L akeville April 21 . . . . . ..... Vfakariisa April 24 ........ County Meet April 25 ri-angular-Milford May 2 ..... .... L akeville Relays May I3 ....... Vlvalkerton May lfm May 24 . , . . . .Sectional . . . .State 0oooooo0ooooooo000000oeoQooo000o0ooooowooQoooooooooooooqoooooQoooooooo 0 00.04.0.oo.n.n.n.oo.oo.u.o4,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.o0.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo,o4,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.Mao.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,o4.oo.oo.oo.0434,oo,n,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.ov.oo.oo.oo.4 z, . If. 32 050 QzQ 0x0 QZQ zz: :zz .:. Ig! ISI .x. 4. Ox. 0x0 0 0 0 0 etc 0x0 use ozo oxo etc oxo 0:0 oxo 0x0 oss axe 080 0:0 oxo 0:0 axe 0,0 use 0x0 sto 020 sto 0:0 080 0,0 sto sto oxo 020 axe oxo 030 0:0 oxo exe 030 sto can oxo 0x0 080 oar sto 030 0:0 0x0 sto 080 0x0 exe ozo sto 030 080 oxo oxo 0x0 0:0 010 .f. .:. :fr 9 12: 0x0 020 sto ego oxo oto 0z0 030 0:0 0:0 0 0 0 0 atc exe cts 0:0 sto exe ata 0:0 0,0 020 sto axe .Q 4. 0.0 0 0 4? 0:0 0 0 0 0 4. Q. 0 0 0 0 0:0 0:0 15: 2:2 0:0 0x0 rf: zz: .:. 4. zz: zz: 0:0 080 :iz :iz .f. 030 0z0 080 0x0 zz: ' 12: :fr :iz 080 0g0 080 oto sto exe sto csc 0:0 0:0 oxo axe 0,0 sto oxo oxo use 0:0 0,0 axe oxo 0:0 oxo 0x0 oxo sto oxo 020 sto ata .Q .:. 080 080 0 0 0 0 o oooeavesoooooooooAooooooooo4oooooooooooooo0ooooooooooooooooooooooooooX r.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo30,00.0030.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,00.00'oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.u.ofrOso0oo.noOooOooOoo.oo.on,oo,oo0ooOoo.oo.oo'oo,oo,oo.u.oo.oo.u.u,oo.oo.oo.oo.o-0.0 9 anoooooooooosooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoeoooooooooo of,QOna..gg....q.g4.u.u.gQ.n.qq.u.nOu,04,9500.og00.00,o4,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.w,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,ootoo,00,00,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.n.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.o?o oo oo .:. .:. 0 0 0 0 sto 0:0 oxo ago axe 0,0 080 exe 0x0 ata oxo sto .:. .:. 0,0 :fr .:. .:. , f .:. :gr Comphments o :iz :gr rg: :gr :gr rf: rf: exo oss sto 0,0 exe 020 :iz :iz 030 0,0 exe oxo 050 0:0 0 0 0 0 80 O30 zf. .:. :iz :iz ago 0,0 .z. ,Q :gr rg: 0 0 0 0 ,O oxo rf. .:. 3. 3. axe use 080 030 .:. .:. 0 0 0 0 0:0 0:0 :fr :xr exe 0,0 Q. .:. :sz ' :fr 0,0 0,0 sto use 080 0:0 oio 0g0 0 0 0 0 08 080 .XI 3. 0:0 gtg 080 qty 0 0 . ext -2. BUICK . . . . . OLDSMOBILE 4. ISI 221 Ox' ox: .g. 4. 'S' 0:0 9 9 0 O 'g' 0:0 0:0 exe 0 0 0 0 4- G. M. C. TRUCKS .g. 0x9 Ott :XO 0:0 .fr :xr 3. 3. 0:4 ego 9 9 0 Q 4:0 0:0 9:9 Of 9 0 0 0 .g. PHONE us .g. III 222 If. :sz 0:0 aio 0 0 o o .3 X .sz zz: 0:0 .g. 121 .. 3, .2. zz. ' x ,oooooooooooooaoaooooosoooooooooaqoooooooooooooooooooooaooooooaooooooo , ,0030,oo,oo.oo,u.oo.oo,oo,n,oo,u,oo,oo.oo,oo,u,oo.nfs,oo,oo,n.oo.novoOu.44.04.43eo.u.u.oo,u,oo,u.oo.u.oo,oo,oo'u'own'oo'nfs'oo'agoio,uqoo,oo,are'oo'u'oo'oo'oo,oo.u,u.oo.oo.oo.o0, sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooobooooooooooo ooooo oo 4? 0.00.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oc.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.4o.oo.oe.o0.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo,ov.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.ov,Qo.Qo.n.oo.oo.00.04.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo:vo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oQo,oof , , 0 0 use lil .f. 5, 3. HATFIELD HOS I E I I ER 'f' .Q 3: ff: ' 3- 3, 3. sto 't' 3, Q. gig Sgt x .. If 1 .3 .gi MEN S 59 BOYS' WEAR .gi If I Iii 5:2 S52 gig N . Igi A appanee, Indlana ',' sxo " aio 'E' :gr g. :xo 3' :gi Nopponee Packing Co. compumems .gi 'x' 122 'z' J. :SI 3 ,:, The Home of of .S 3:3 252 31 . 32 4, Quality Meats, Home Smoked Hams R O Y R U C K M A N :QI If and Bacon a Specialty .Q OO 3: . ' .f. Insurance of All Kinds If: jg: PHONE 53 SOUTH MAIN Ig. 'xl i 222 Is, ll Q. 0:0 'S' Ig! If 3' 64 a l .2 ox: Its wonderful, ,the power I have MA mule In the bamyard, lazy and Ig: Q. over dumh ammals. Art Schwartz con- Slick. 3' Iii fided to his friend. "Dogs, cats, horses, I ' , '10 -3' . A boy wlth a pm on the end of a 'g' .sf no matter how w1ld they are. they all , k 3: .Q come up and lick my hand." stlc ' 'f' " A . . . ' ' ' ' jx: :iz r Humphs, sniffed hls unimpressed Boy sllps behind h1m as still as a 4. If: friend. NMayhe if you would eat with C motif' d f h li I b , fi: jf: a knife and fork once in a while, they repe in t 2 Oor O t e In e Cya If ti: wouldn't be so friendly." Ouse' fi: :iz 25: 0:0 Ot. .x, ft: 3. ,z, 3. 2 3. rg: 4. oo J ' ' ' 4- Hartmans Shell Servzce Statzon gif :gt 4. :af :ff 0:0 4: gig Used Cars Goodyear T1fe'S 323 :fr Ig! .0 Ot. gig Phone 318 33 3, 3. s, 3. js, 3. 9 009550500559OQQQQQQQQQQQOQQQQQQ8 n:oo:oo2ooQoo1oo:oo:oo:oo:oo:oo:oozoozoozoozoofoozoozoozoozoozoo:oo:oo:oozuzoozoozoozoozoozoozoozvz00:N20:00:00,N,N,N,'5N.N.W.W.WI'.N.W.WI'Q"a"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"Q"a"o"o"y''Q' 1 A .v- v 3. 3: Vx' O20 3. 3. 4. 3. sto 3. Vx' 0:0 :gr rf: of 3. 0 0 :zo 4. .5 32 221 3. 3, so 3. 929 O80 .2 o 4. 15: omp zments 0 15: 122 211 .34 ' 3 3 o o :zo 3. of 3. 0 0 use can 3, 03. J, oxo 3, ox. 3, 3. 3, sto 3, :xo 3, :xo 3, :xo 3, 0:0 ago 32 ' 31 vac 3, 3. 3, aio 3, oss .xg sto .xg exe qs. fx' 0:0 222 ISI .89 0x0 0:4 .xg 989 0:0 1:2 Manufacturers 1:1 o 3: 3: .g. .2. 9 9 Ox! .g. I, .g. ox. C ,x, of 0 0 V' oxo 4:4 3. 'i' 0:0 ' ' o 0 'X' :xo '59 0:0 oxo , , sto 3, ' ' eta 'x' 0:0 .g. .5 o Q X exe 15 Coppes N apanee rg o o 3. :Sf 'g' oio o o , , 'E' 0 0 'E' 9 o ' B lt K t h If CU.StO1'1'1- ul 1 C en If :gr rg: of , , Q80 3. o o 3, 4. .g. 'X' oxo o o , , 'E' 9:0 'z' Qxo 'x' oxo 'X' oxo 'X' 0:0 'S' ost 'X' uso 'x' axe ox: , , ego 3. 0,1 3, OoooooooeoQo4Q444oococoonooooooooooooaooooovoooooooovoooooooovooooaoo2 5oo.u.n,n,u,a,u,u,u,u4oo,oo.oo,oo,oo.oe.oo.u,n.oo.u.oo,oo.oo.oo,oo,u,u.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,u,oo,oo'oo,u,o,oo,oo,u.oo,oo,oo,sofaOu.oo,oo,oo,oo,ooyoo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.o5, oeooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooosoooooooooooooooooooooooosoooo one oxu,oo.n.u.oo 00.00.oo.oo.oa.oo.oo,n:N,oo,oo.n,oo,oo,oe.oo.oo30,00.oo.oo.ooOoo,oo,oo,goo.oo.oo,oo.oo,ov.oo.oo,oo'oo,oo,00,00.oo.ooooo,oo.oo0oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo:o300.00000 oo, oo o 0 .:. oto 0 Q :iz ELKHART COUNTY FARM BUREAU 9 O ,z 3: 'I' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Inc. if Ox. x 3: O80 Og. ft. h -,- Nappanee Branc 'O ,x .ii ISI sto Og. ff: 6'Now that you speak of it, .ludge .O jf' Lloydf' said the defendant with down- s' . :if cast eyes, "I guess I never did earn an Zi: honest dollar in my life. But there 9. If: was that two bits you gave me to vote to fi, for you last-" If: "Case dismissed," roared the judge. Ox' .. .il O. ft. .af fx. 4. .zz 3. S IS fo :iz 0:0 0 o S 31 exe ext 3' Patron Uwned and Patron Controlled Phone 97 Two little girls were busily discussing their families. nWhy does your grandmother read the Bible so much?" asked one. "I think," said the other little girl, "that she's eramming for her finals." 2 CMWMAHEAUMW rg: and the Best of Luck :iz to the Class of 0 0 ,S .SI 3 1947 o A asa 0:0 ost 0,0 ozo sto 080 Walters o 0 0:0 o o Bowling Alley zz: 3. :iz atb 0 nosesooQboooooo00oooosooo0oooooooovooofaooooooosooooooooooooooo Q'ensue'0'4"Q"0'0'ensue'0"ononou0'onon0noNo"0"0nonoN0Mononouonouonouonononouououono''Q"0nonononono'Quo'ono"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o" X 0 0 030 0x0 .:. 0 0 .2 31 030 :iz 0x9 080 0x0 030 080 0:0 080 0:0 0t0 0x0 080 0z0 0:0 0:0 030 020 0x0 0:0 080 0:0 080 oxo 0:0 080 0:0 080 0x0 0:9 0x0 080 020 089 3. 089 080 0:0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0:0 030 089 020 0z0 0,0 0g0 0 0 sfo 0'0 080 0x0 0:9 31 080 089 .:. 1:1 0 0 080 080 089 0,0 0:0 0x0 0,0 0x0 0:0 :iz 0x0 0x0 0:0 0x9 oto 0x0 0:9 0:9 0 0 0:0 3 32 .Q 32 080 0:0 0.0 0 0 0.00.0 00000ooo00000000000000000o0000oo0004000000000000ooooooo00000000o00 0 A 0:00.00.0030.00.0300,0030.00.00,009500.00.00Qu.00.000000030300,0000000030.003300.00.0000300000.0030.00,00,00,0o,00.0o,0o40000000.0030.00.00,0000000500.00.0o.0o,oo,00.o0,00.00,00,o0,0o,00 00.0 ,0,,0,,O,,0,,0,,0,,0,,0,,0uoM0.0N0,,0,.0,.0,.0.,0M0,.0000000000000000000000o0000o00000000000000000000 0 0 020 0,0 0 0 W R I G H T ' S Ambulance Service Wolters Drug Store WALL PAPER DRUGS - STATIONERY :iz 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 080 0:0 0,0 A. E. WRIGHT 8. SON fx: 020 080 080 .Q 020 .:. 00 080 0t0 080 080 0:0 ISI At Your Service Day and Night Nappanee Indiana 108 E. Walnut St. PHONE 73 PHONE 144 3 :sz 020 lT's SMART T0 BUY FOB LESS 3? rf: 0:0 080 9:0 089 030 at the BO TO TORE 8 0 0 080 080 3. 030 020 0:0 080 0,0 0:0 0:0 0 0 080 MILLINERY READY-TO-WEAR SHOES LADIES'FURNISHINGS HOMEFURNISHINGS MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS X 0 0 080 0:0 030 0:0 0,0 0:0 0x0 080 0:0 0 0 030 oto 080 080 030 030 080 30 0:0 30 030 030 0:0 020 0:0 H. E. BOWERS, Mgr. PHONE 461 DR. GEO. L. CYLER HARTMAN's GULF SERVICE Q Phone 17 D E N T I S T Corner Main and Walnut :iz 0:0 0x0 0x0 0,0 030 0x0 080 0:0 0 0 080 PHONES: Office 251 080 080 0x0 080 080 0x0 080 0z0 Q 0 0 . Q 0 0 0 . Q 0 0 Q Q Q Q 0 0 Q 6'4".Ne0.W.".".0.",w,w,w,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,u,u,00,oV.O.0.........,..,.0.N,u,.0,0,u,n,n,00,00,n,u,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,M,004' GULF PRODUCTS Residence 434 Nappanee, Ind. Washing and G1-easing 6,0 etc 0:0 O30 QSO Ox! exe QSO :iz ego :fr use O80 exe Q. :sz exe Oxf ozo exe axe exe exe exe exe exe 3. :iz :iz exe Ox! oss 15: 080 0:0 0 0 oz: exe etc exe exe oxo csc exe ozo exe :xo exe ox: exe exe sto exe 3. sto exe :xo sto use os: exe ox: exe exe sto 0:0 4 o S iii exe 0:0 o o exe X o o axe exe 034 sto exe exe exe exe exe x ISI x 31 480 0:0 ISI x ISI x ooooosooooooosoooooooooooooooeooooooooooo 4 o oooooooooouooooooooooou oo.n.u.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.n.oofo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oofo30.00.40,00.oo,oo,nge.oo,oo.oo.oo.n,oo.oo.oo,oo30.00,oo,oo30.00,oo,oo,oo,oe.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,n.oo,oo,oo oo oe oo use 0 Progressive Shoe Service JACK SCRUGG 107 W. Market St. Modern Shoe Repairing PHONE I74 COLLINS FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishings Compliments of Nappanee Utilities Co. B. A. ULINE, Mgr. Beechley Tire 8. Battery Shop Tires - Tubes - Batteries Gas - Oil - Lubrication Wheel Balancing TIRE 81 BATTERY SERVICE Good for 3 Generations QUALITY FAMILY FLOURS And Cereals Made by APPANEE ILLI CO., Inc. Poultry Hog - Dairy Feeds THAT ARE Superior - Efficient Economical eoo'n'.,',,0,,0eoeooeeoeeeeooo Qeoooooeoeooooooeoo00ooMononononouououeubuouououououeuoeoooeooe o o o c Q q",N,N.oo.oo.u.oofo.00,0500.0030.04.ooooozosoo.04.00.00On.00.00.0430.00.n.u.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,n,N,N, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,00,N,oo.oe.oo.oe 00.404 ,ooooooooooooooooooooooQvooooooovooaaoooQoooQueue.,nowouononononawonvnonowououwuonou-,, 'xg0.00.00.04,oo,oo,n,oo.oo.u.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.n,n,n,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.u.oo.oo.oobeQOu.oo,oo.n.ogn,oo.oo.n,n,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo, 0 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 4 , , , 0 O exe oxo ate exe ego 15: Q o ox: axe axe sto sto axe ox: :xo ox: exe sto 0:0 oxo 30 Q30 oxo ozo axe oxo exe oxo oxo 3. use sto oxo Qxo ozo ox: sto oxo exe axe oxo 080 ox: oxo vzo oxo axe sto exe exe exe sto ox: ox: .Q O 0 sfo o'o oxo exe exe ate ox: exe oxo :xo oss ox: axe 3. use use ozo oxo sto 0:0 exe oxo aio sto oxo Oxy :xo oxo ox' 030 sto use oxo O30 axe oxo asc oxo oxo ox: ozo asv O O goo. THE B 84 B CAFE O SIZZLING STEAKS AND FRIED CHICKEN O NAPPANEE, INDIANA Compliments of O. N. L E N T z Dentist Nappanee COLD STORAGE LOCKER SERVICE X-RAY FROZEN FOODS O PHONE 180 1545 E. Market St. PHONE 154 EC KLEBARGER BEAUTY SHOP N NEMAKER FOOD SHOP Latest in Hair Styling PERMANENTS - MANICURING FINGER WAVING 0 OPERATORS MARGARET HAH N MADELYN MELLIN GER Phone 61 PHONE 123 Miller Lumber E6 Coal CO. BUILDING MATERIALS for Modern Homes See Our New Plans Phone 137 Nappanee, Indiana . Q 1 0 o ,n'n.n.o?o rf: OSO OEO rg: :fr sto OzO OXO exe oxo axe exe O80 O!O oxo ozo sto O!O exe oss OxO OSO OSO exe OSO exe OXO OXO exe :fr :sz Q. Ig! rf: :sz oxo OxO OXO exe OSO OSO axe O80 O20 OzO oxo axe O30 OSO Ott :fr :zz oss OSO axe OxO oss OSO OSD OXO OxO OxO OXO OxO OSO ozo OXO OSO OzO oxo OzO OxO sto axe CSO O20 OxO OQO O O oxo OxO oio .,. :fr X 32 :xo :xo to o oooooQooooooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooooooooooooovoooooooooouaux. ,oo,oo,oo.n.oo,u.oo,oo,oo40.00.4030.oo30,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo3030.00.00,u,oo.oo.u,oo.oo.u.oo.oo.oo.oQ.non,wigcan.oo,u,oo,n,oofo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.u,ov,oo,u,o0, , , ' o sooooooooouo exononeoneoo:ooooooono:oz:ooanoounowooooooooooeouooooooooooooo so 'Quo one o"o"o" "o"o"o"o"o"o"o"v"o" 'Q' "o"o"o"o one one o"o"o"o"o"o"o"e"s"o"o"o ononanan:Nonono"a"s"o"o"o"o"o"o"a"e"o"o"o"o"o"0"0"0"'MOM :xv oso .C 221 080 3 Zi. 3' .SI ISI 3. 3 0x0 '80 .:. 0 Ig. Best of Luck .,. ISI 0x0 exe 0:0 oo 0:0 oo l 53 To Class of 47 3 oo 4, .X I .x: 080 .:. 221 ISI .Q 4. 00 0 sto 0:0 .:. 4. 00 00 sto oxv exe sto .:. 4. 080 It: of 'f' GOOD LUCK CHICKS 31 211 4. 4. rg: :zz 32 3. 0:0 Qi. 00 00 etc 080 sto so oxo 080 080 oss sto oxo 030 33 ' g. :xr u 2 ISI 0:0 00 4. Incorporated 00 :iz 3 :gr 00 exe fx. 080 0:0 00 X 3 13: :zz oo 3 00 -2- NAPPANEE, INDIANA .8 ISI 32 etc 0:0 4. 3. rg: sg: 3: Phone 86 -,' 3. ISI 0:0 0g0 00 00 exe sto 0:0 0:0 32 3. Q34 ego ego 00 3408Q'a'a'u'oo'ao'oo'oo'n'u'oo'oo'no'oo'u'u'oo'o0'o0'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oc'oa'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'o4'oo'oo'oo'u'u'oo'o4'u'oo'-'oo'u'oo'oo'u'oa'oo'u'oo' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 ' 03 :ooo4Qoo,Q..oqooaooooooooooaoooooooooooooooooooooooovoooooo"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o"o' O O O .SZ .g. .xl O39 0,0 O80 Qty OXO Qty 0,0 .xy OXO 0:0 089 ISI ISI Q80 0:0 0:0 9:9 0:0 080 ISI ISI J, A 0,0 0,0 'I' C 1' f 'I' Q Q 0 O 4. omp nnents 0 4. Q Q O O .gi .g. IS. ISI JO 9:9 .g. .g. rg: S 15: :sz t 6 :Sz 4. .g. 15: 13: ISI ISI J, 3, to oxo 3' ego Q80 080 ,Q 0:0 oxo oxo 3. 3. 3. 3. gtg sto gtg QSO .xg oxo J. 3. .:. 3. Q Q 0:0 exe . . ' ' .:. .g. txt 5 9 0:0 5' ISI .SI 0:9 Ox' gtg 0:9 .2 4. ZS. Manufacturers of the 111 X 8 Oz' Oz' O O O O 8 e 2 ISI Natmnally Known :gt ISI ISI 08' oxo 9:9 O80 :O O86 IS. .S. 3 X O O 0 0 4. .g. ISI ISI 'S' HHELTHYTGTN 'S' :gr rg: ISI ISI .g. .g. Sr HIGH CHAIR 33 atc 0:0 exe oxo 'xl oxo 0,0 Q30 use sto exe 0:9 oxo 0,0 O80 0:0 O80 O80 .g. .g. 0:0 0,0 O O O O QSO O26 0:0 0:0 O O Q O ozo 6,0 Q20 oxo oo O Q O 0 Q O O Q O O O O 9 9 Q 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O Q O Q O O 9 9 Q O Q O O O 0 C O O O Q O O O Q Q O Q O O O O Q O 9 O O O O O O O .:' Q n....u.u,oo,u,u,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.u.oo,u.u.u.u,n.u,000.540,no00.00.43oo,u,oo,oo,u,oo,oo,oo,u.oo,oo,n,o ga,u,oo.u,oo,u,u,oo,so30.00.00.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,u,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,u,u.o 'Q''3'2"ft'ft'2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"Z"2"Z"2"2"2"2"2"2"!"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"2"ZNZMZNZNIMINZNZ2'22'2222N2'Z"2"!"2"2"22'2"22'2"2"2"2: 222 31 3. 3 4. 1:1 CQ ' .g. Compllmenfs of A. H. KAUFMAN 8. co. tg: 082 Qt. .x. , 3, gg Douglas W. PTICS. M.D. 323 2:1 u HARDWARE 2:1 :iz Ph yslclan - Surgeon .QQ 3. 222 3 8 Igi 162 E. Market sl. G l F T S P A l N T Ig! Rx: 0:0 22, Phone 30 Res. 550 phone 68 Na Qnee jx: .2. pp 3. 2 :gr sg 222 Ir, 9:9 0:6 Ox: ox. 25. rg: OO QQ 2 1 X. :gt MILLERS NORTH END GARAGE Ig. 25: :gr CO .2. HUDSON -PARTS8tSERVlCE- PACKARD 222 0:9 0:0 232 Phillips ea Gus, Oil and Grease Ig! 90 OO Servel Refri erators Used Cars Thor Washers 22' OXO g 0,0 2:2 Electrical Appliances Auto, Truck, and Tractor Repairing 2:2 rg: PHONE I9 :gr OzO OXO 6,0 9:0 232 222 .xl 0:0 oxo 0:0 9:4 Ox. rg: :gr :zz :gr oxo Ox? go .xl OO CQ oxo Ox? 0:5 - 0:0 222 222 exe eta oxo oxo 0x0 exe 0:0 aio 252 251 15: :gr etc d . oxo gig Home Ma e Candles and :gg :gr :gr ot: , , of 35, D9llCIOUS Ice Cream :gr 15: :gs Qt: I O34 13. and Sandwlches rg: :gr 15: Ot' 0:0 3:3 MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE gig :gr 22: .. .2. .g. .5 rg: rg: Ox! 0,0 222 232 .5. O28 40QQQs0QQ0QQ..0.Q...4............................,..,,.,, X '."."."."."o"."Q"4"o"8'0"Q"Q"o"o"Q"o"0'0"o"o"o"o"o"o"Quo"o"o'Quo"o"Q"Q"o'Q'o"o"o"o"s'9.00,0090,00,N,M30,00,M3030.40,w,u,oo2oo:oo:nfoozoofoofoofoofoofoofuza'Q' oo oooooooooo0ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooovo ooooo o o o o 0 fx: 4,oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,n,o4.oo.oo.o4,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo'oo,oo,oo,c9.00.04.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo,04,04,oo,oo,oo,oo3030.04.04Ou,oo,oo.n,n.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,o?o aio ...AY .3 X .,,, x -A I NL vi::,Q3y: 4 0' A ,.A. .rl Q W of . S lshmzl: :..h:4:55:5:E:.'di .WT .gwfllihfawv - H - J: : E-'-:'::g.:.: it-:,::g::::: m-5. .-'?..g53i:'.:b.l:l:4 '- :bl N Y. 0 Q Z . Q:-bk-'ffm 1-ef - '4 O 0 1. gf'-I--gmek fat' we-:.:::3 --...f-:.,..'gj.r?:-"T ffr' V 1' 1 - . - wg., . M. -- , H1 Q- Q' 1 .4-:,-.1:g.- 7: Q T "4 I. Q Q I-11 K Q "I C C Q' Cf ' O in I if W 5 I 5 Q of m Q. 5 Y Z CQ T I ' -I 3' 'D ' rn "' -Z 2 -55 Q 3 9' O 'U "' 2 CQ, 5. Iv Q Q. '4 0 U7 - 0 70 ' Z c fb 0 C Q 'Q C m 'T' Q " 7 Q fj rn Q ' "' CQ U7 Y ' CL 2 Cn F' 2 t 5 1 2 C CD rn Us -4 fb "' U, UI Q 9.1. H 2 Q 5' I-I-I 0 m E2 m 'U K, Z 3' 2' U7 ' W in H 1 gg 'Q : O -1 'o gg, CD 3 rn Q v-4 5 -P1 - -s , -rl W 0 Q O Z Sl 1 4 os fl 'J '-' w I P ro Z 5 I Q ,.. O O S. 4 O i H: 3 I- '- PU 3 f r- T 'D lk , U ,... rn CD '4 m ' U1 '1 '-1J2-r23293ES:5255g55:2r1er:2:45V. ., -l W Z p-1 m -U 7:5-5 H2 H- 'X I "mv 7,545 ., U' O 0:3 X O Q -- f" 'WS 1 y W H U' ' ' tif' ' 155' I1 CD E Z m 'wc ?7fYJ ' . rn 3 Q m A L - in rr Q -I ,shy '4 CD Ov 4 0.0 oooooooooooaoooooooooooooooQoooooooooooQQooooooooovoooooooooooooo o Q o o Q .voOoo,ooOoo.oo,vo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,00.00,oo,oo.nooo,oo,oo.oo.oo.nooo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.n.oo.u,u.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,0o,n.oo0oo,oo,oo,oo'oo.oo,oo,oo.u.oo.u.oo.n.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,o oxo oxo 30o'oo'u'oo'u'oo'oo'oo'n'u'oo'oo'n'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oin'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'n'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oin'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'n'oo'u'oo'n'oo'oo'u'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo:oo:oo:oo:oo:oo:u'oo'n:oo:v x00 O O O O O Q O O O O O O 0 0 O O 0 O 5 O C O O O Q 0 O O O O C 0 0 O O O Q O 0 0 9 O O O O O 0 Q O O O O Q O O Q O O 9 0 . 2:1 Compliments of fi: COMPLIMENTS OF jf: Western Auto jf: 020 .xl 2 A ' S 3.3 ss clafe Store 3: 4, R. A. Fleetwood, M.D. 0 ISI :ff .:. 215 E. Market 4, 3: Phone 77 3: gig Physacvan and Surgeon :ig O Ot 15, Frank Peace, Mgr. ,ij 15: :gr Eff fif fi. ogo Cx! Ct. III X .gf w as 4 , I .gl jx: Slug- Dld you tell her that you fTwas m a restaurant they met 3: Qt. :gi arenq worthy of her?" Brave Romeo and Juliet. ri: 'l' Hex-"I was oin to, but she told He had U0 Cash to Pal' his debt 'f' Cz' g g .af ISI . "' 3. me first. So Romeo'd what Julllet. fl: 9:0 .gf Ig! 252 3: 32 .:. 4. rf: :2 15: if OC .xi :iz :gr DIXIE .0 Qt. If: If x 0:5 ISI X :fr 22: rg: :gr .80 :iz it ,gf gf 3: ISI x x ISI 3' 4. LUNCHEONS a. DINNERS .5 ISI 3. .x. Ot. 3. . 3 Qi- "Good Food IS Good Health" 251 Ot. .tO ox: .xg 3. 212 .g. - Frosfed Malfeds - .5 3: exe 3. :Sf 151 HOME MADE ICE CREAM ji: 3: ISI :fr :iz :sz :iz Q:oo'u'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oe'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'no'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'u'u'oo'oo'ofain'oo'aiu'oo'oo'oo'oo:oo:oo:oo:00:04:oozoozoozoozoozoozoozoozoozoozoozoott020 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 gn:-Q:-:wx-Q:-Qzwznz-0:f-:nzM:wth:wwf:nz-2Q-:Nz-Q:-0:M:-Q:Mtwturn:-'zu:NmM:Q-:N:M:-'zuzwzv-zu:-:Ntwtw:wiv:Mtn:Q-:-Q:-ew:-20-:'-:M:'-:-':w:'+:":-f:-:w:-':w:-.5. 00 00 030 0,0 sto etc can ozo 0:0 0x0 0:0 0x0 oxo oxo sto 0:0 exe 0x0 0:0 sto 4:0 . , . 0:0 00 00 00 O0 'i' H1 V el S Phlfflbln 6? '5' oxo 0:0 oxo 0:0 atv oxo sto sto 3. g Q 3. 0,0 oxo 0x0 080 .Q .f. 0:0 020 00 00 exe sto 080 0:0 oxo use ozo 080 0:0 030 00 00 080 0:0 020 sto :iz :fx Zgi Coal, Oil and Gas Thor Zgi 00 Q0 FURNACES WASHERS 0,0 050 sto 0.0 080 0,0 0:0 , 1 . aio O0 OO 4. A Kmds of P umbmg Needs 4. 31 31 0:0 sto 0x0 sto 0:0 080 OXO 0x0 .Q .:. 1:1 Glbson Electrlc Refrlgerators, Stoves, Electrlc and Gas 1:2 If If If Hot Water Heaters - GlbSOH Deep Freeze Umts If 31 31 0,0 sto exe sto 0:0 use oxo oxo axe ozo 080 oxo use 080 0:0 ssc 080 O80 oxo Ot! oxo oxo 0:0 0:0 020 0x0 31 31 0:0 0:0 31 "If there's anything that should be fixed, jg x z 313 , . 523 jzj Dont hesitate to call 206." jx: 0:0 0:0 0x0 0x0 080 0:0 0x0 020 080 0x0 0,0 0:0 32 31 .g. .5 00 QQ z z jx: 152 EAST MARKET NAPPANEE, INDIANA jx: :iz :iz oxo C80 0:0 Qgg Vx' 0,0 00 ' Q fi'':-2-2-2-2-2-:N:ww:Q-:N2-:N:-:Nz-ew:M:-0:-z-0:-Qzwzwzwz0-:-f:-2-2-:Q-2'-1'-:wt-tux'-z'-:f':+':+f:'':wr:-Qmezu:W:-:-Q:M:-:-tw:N:-f:-:-:-Q:-0:-Q:-2-:-:-:Q-2-if 5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..3.4.4Ngngngngngwgwgngng-Q:-f:w:w:n2vo:ov!vZwIwiwif-ZwZ"Z"Z"Z"Z"Z"I"2: CC 'S X. no It ' ' 0:0 .51 The Quahty Prmt Shop .g. 3: 9 252 3:3 ll 9 S 1:1 'fr "Where Good Printing ls Done" :if 'X so .C X X oo 99 z 2 ' so N ' 151 South Main x -5- For Fzner Food! 3:3 .Sr ozs Ig. . NAPPANEE, INDIANA jg Q0 1 Q 4- C el' V ICG , ,lg S lf S 3: FRANK A. REHRER, Prop. 4, X so OO X X oo oo 2 3. sto 02. use X oo 00 Q X oo .Y 3, oo X X so 00 I . . 2 :EI She sat on the hrldge m the gloammg They say Mr. Wilt personally is try- :if 'O 'S' . . . - ' 3- 1:1 And tickled his face with her toes. mg to track down the phone operator In Q. OO fs: ' his plant who answers calls with a -if 3. But she was a Jersey mosqulto 'z' X 44 . ' oo 3: cheery Good mormng. Huffman Bakery Q. X . . . as 0 . . S .ic And the bridge was the bridge of h1s Company! which crumb do you Wlsh to :iz axe .. :if nose. speak to?" :iz oo X g N ob X 8 Oi oo X .x. .XO g n no X 3. 'zo .S - IU ,gf Complzmefnts of 'f' .. 13' 3:3 E. NEWCOMER 81 SON .gt 3. oxo 3 n sto Oi. OO .g. gg 3' Jewelers and 3. jg Home of .:. 3 exe Ig! Optometrists 5 U R E W A Y F E E D S 33 :ij and -Q- Q. Ig! HIGH QUALITY COALS 323 1:1 and 'f' .C Ig. EXTEND FIELD seems gig vo 2 X Of oo X X OC OO x -Q' OO 2 Ox. 353 A cordial invitation to inspect their Central Barber Sho jg: axe 'X. 3: store on South Main Street where .zz 2 O oo . . X 3 a complete l1ne of Jewelry . 3' :ff . U Fred Lemna Don Sllberg 3: -Q and gift artlcles for Oi, Oi x . . :gf every occasion will Proprietors If 1 oo 1:1 be found. 5: 0 3 El: "Where all the Particular :iz 2 oo . Men Meet" 1? x 06 Ig! 351 3Z.,..,..,..,..3..:..,..,..,..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..gn:en:-.z-.z-.:-:-0:-:-z-:-0:-0:-'z'a-Q:-:-Q:-:-:nz-w:-Q:Q-:Q':M:-f:W:-'z-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-z-:-:ei- .?.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..3..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..3..3..3..g..g..g..3..g..g..g..g..g..g..3..gwgwz-Q:of:M:wiv-2wtMZNZMZ-0InZNZNZMININIMINZNSMZNZNZNZ"Z"I"I"2"Z"Z"I"Z"Z'2 . . 0:0 0:0 9 Q O O 3 x X X ri' :fr x' S, Ig! VJ Ig. :gr 2 :gr X X .g. O .g. 222 U 212 3. 3. x x, ? D5 1 'x' z .xo Q 024 O O 32 0-4 .g. :iz fl' rf: to O20 :io M 'E' X U9 X oxo ozo :xo Z 080 axe axe x 4. Q .,. :gr CD , 2:2 O O O O .:. 4 .:. .:. Ld .:. O O Ig U9 5 .g. .z. Q .x. .z. .t. O O OSO 3, .. 3 2 . . O O f W0 ozo :XI , 5 0:0 5 2 '5 X H 2 s x ,:, 5 ,-4 Qt. 3: Cn 1 'cf If: -2' P' -2 2 :fr axe 4 Nl Q X . 0 m O O z 3. 0,0 E 2 of we 't' 0 o 'H ' ' 3, E 3 4. X :Qt ' P4 5 rn 32 3. 0 3. .:. .Q :zz Z zz: :iz M :iz OXO sto O:O OSO ozo x exe OxO sto sto axe gig cn gig A E4 A oxo oto A pd A 0:0 P11 aio X DI X 1:2 cn :iz OSO O89 OXO use oxo 6:0 OtO 0:0 X CD X oxb M ox: oxo OzO aio M 0:0 X 45 X 0,6 sto OXO ozo exe QSO sto oxo OxO O80 .:. .:. .. .. .Q 3. ........................................n.........................,hg fn0oo.oo,oo,n,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.u.oo.u.oo,u'oo,u,u,u,oo,n,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo. s,oo,n,oo,n.oo,u,u,n.u.oo,oo.u.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.u'o4,oo.oo,n'oo.oo.oo, , o o 4'vovooo1Qooooooooooooo0oooooooooooooooooo00ooooooooQOQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 'X'030,00,00,oo,n.oo,oo.u.u.u.oo,oo.oo.oo,n.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,u,u,oo,oo,00,00,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,oo.nOooggoo,apo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.u,u,u,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo30.40.0030,oo,oo.o4.oo'0o.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,o?o oo :fr 4. 31 Ig! Iii Russel L. Bolyorcl B E 5 T O F LU C K 2:2 33 .g. Q- D- FROM 323 I oo 33 .f. 222 DOCf0f Of Opfomeffy Dr. W. A. Mackenzie if! gig Ios N. Main se. 1:1 Phone 76 Ncppanee, Ind. jf: gig Veferinarian 121 3, .. 4- :iz 'x' 3. Qx, 0x0 'f .r. 'a' 3. rg: 4. jx: X :fr AMERICAN LAUNDRY CO. :fr 'z' ISI 33 .g. 122 Complete Laundry SGTVICG gif 'z' .. :zz '- Ig Phone 322 aio :zz use 3. of .20 Cab .x. 0:0 'S' :XI 9:0 'ig If! Zig :fr -2' 13: rf: ji: 3. ,zz METZLER SHQE CU. 15: ego oxo 3. .x. .go 1:1 FLORSHEIM AND CROSBY SQUARE 15: oo X Q oo 31 SHOES FOR MEN Qi. 0:4 3: 4. 0:0 . can 3' 'g' 0:0 oo .g. MILLER HEALTH 33 oo X 8 QSO Ig! BELLAIRE 1:1 oo 1 620 252 FASHION BILT gig oo 3 of Zgi c o N N I E gg 'g' Qi. 02' ACTIVE MAID oo Og. sto .Q H o s I E II Y 3:3 use 3. oo X ox. of g oo of 'S' 00oooooaoooooeooooooooooboooooooooob 0000 00oooooyoooooooootooooooooox 0,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo'oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo.oo.oo.N.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.0.oo.oo.u,oQo,oo,oQ,N,00:ov.oo.ooOoo.oo.oo.oo,ooOoo.oo.N.oo,oo.no,oo.oo.u.oo.oo.oo.oo.o4.oo,u.oo.oo.oo.oo.s W 201:00zoozoozoozeozoozoo:aiu'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo:oo'oo'oo'oo:oo:0:04In:ooIn:oo:N:oozutootoozoofoozootoofoozoofoozoozoozoozoo:oo:oo:oo:oozoazoozoozootoozoozoozuzoozoozoozoo J. R. Arnott 8. Son Compliments of Real Estate and Insurance L. M. SLABAUGH, M. D. Wisler Building J. S. SLABAUGH, M. D. NAPPANEE - INDIANA "Insurance with Service" When in Goshen Visit the O L Y P I A CANDY KIT CHE FOR DELICIOUS Home Made Candies and Ice Cream Dainty Light Lunches CORNER MAIN AND CLINTON STREETS PHONE 519 GOSHEN EST. 1913 Lutes' Standard Service MILLERB GROCERY S E D fStandard Productsj ave Very ay Thru The I. G. A. GASOLINE - OIL - BATTERIES ATLAS TIRES ' Telephone No. 67 We Deliver PHONE 96 oo..Q...QQ........................Q00.0.0000................... X egos,no.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo u.oo.n,n,u.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.u.u.oo.oo,oo oo oo er oo oo oo oo oo oo oo vo oo oo oo oo oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.n oo o o o 'ana 0,0 ISI .XI to axe oi: 0:4 4 o Q QQoooooooooooaooooooof4Qo4s444ooooonooooooooooooooaooqoaaoooeoonq 04.0300.oo34.03oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.n.oo.oo,w,oo.oqo3030,0300.00.03oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo,oo,oo3300.oogoo30.00,0300.0030.00.9030,oo.oo,oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.n.,.',. SEE YOUR FMENDLY GAMBLESTORE AUTHORIZED DEALER F O R AUi0 5UPPlfe-9 Hardware Household Supplies Pqinfs Radios Work Clothing Tires H. P. BERTELSON Nappanee, Ind. Refrigerators Wqgherg Tools Batteries Oil 9 The Friendly Store AUTHORIZED DEALER Phone 65 .4.:.,'w'..'w'u'u'no'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oc'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'u'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'or'oo'oo'oo'u'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'n'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'w'oo'o4'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo'oo' ' ooooovoovoooooov vooo vi' 'e. S 32 oxo oxo axe 480 0:0 9:0 eta oxo :xo exe exe exe oxo :xo 024 ozo 1:1 sto sto 080 O80 oxo oxo sto oxo 980 0:0 oxo axe 4:0 :xo :xv sto 0:0 oss 0,9 .f. o'o .Q O O oxo oxo .Q ? :zz O89 1:1 .:. Ox! za: Q. 4. O89 QSO O80 O89 OXO OXO 086 OXO use ? :zz 2 o o sto sto 080 can ozo sto sto Q20 so 030 exe sto 080 oxo oxo oxo 0,0 :xo 0:0 oss oto 34 exe ox: ext .:. one vofoo11QQooooooooooforavQooooooooooooooooooouff 000000000000 Q.-Q.-w..-0.-.-..-..-.-.-.-:Q-zwz.-:-0:0-z..znzwzwzwzwzwzwzwz--zM:M:M:NzQ-:Nzu:N:N:N:N:0-:3-:Nzn:NzN:Q.zu:nz0-:M:M:NzN:N:3-:-Q:-:M:.f:-Q:-:Q-:"2"2"2"1"f":":'Iii o'0 x 3. . . x 3. 'z' 3. . . x X Ig 323 . 9 0 31 3. 0:0 'X' . . 1:1 3. OXO Oz. O 0 Oxi 3, 0:0 3, .,. 32 0 0 X 3, 020 'S' O O 3, 3. 3 2 0 0 ' ' x, 3. 'x 3. .XO x 0 0 O O 3, 3. 0:0 . 't' , , 0,0 3, .,. 0:0 'x' . . 15: u. I 1 U. 0 .g. , 0 0 32' :iz .30 oz. 33 3. 3, 3. 0:0 'i' . . Ox. 'zz o 0 0 " H A 1 3.1 Home Furmshmgs ome pp lances. :gr 3 jx: 31 3, 3. 3, .. x 3. 'x' 3. 1:1 3. 313 Telephone 62 31 3. 3, 3. x 3. 'Z' exe O O 2 31 31 , .g. 3.3 Nappanee, Indlana 1:1 3 0 0 Q O x 3. . . x 2. jx, 3. 3, .g. 3: 211 3, .g. 31 . If! x, 3. 08 t , , 0x0 0:0 'z' OXO Ox. ,, .,. 0:0 I I 'S' 3: One Always Has 3: 3, 3. g . x 1:1 Time Enough lf If 0 0 O O to 0 I 0,0 Ig. One Wsll Apply lf Well.' -Q. 0 0 ' ' 3, 3. 3, 0:0 3, 0:0 x 3. 9:0 'z. 'x' 3. 1:2 ' 3. 3, .g. 3, .,. 5, 0,0 ,3, .xo 3, .. 0:0 0:0 0 000o000o000ooo00000000000o0000000o00o0000o4o000o000o0,,o,.0.,0,,0u0uou00o0o 0,00:00:00:00:0o:00,00,00,00.00.00,00.00.00,00,00,00,00.00,00.00.00,oo,00.00O0000+000,Q0,00.0300,0o,0o,0o.00,00,00.0o,0o,00,00,00.00,00,u,o0,o0,00,00,o0,00,00,00,00,00.00,0o, , , , , , O ,0v.00,00.0o,0 .00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Q ,0.00.00.00.00,00,00.00.00,00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00Q00,00,00,00,00.00,00,00Q00,00.00.00.00000000O00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00,00,00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00,00.00,00.00.00,00,00,00,00,00,00,1 00 080 0:0 Q0 0:0 089 0,0 ft' 030 080 4 . 0 0 0:0 0:0 0:0 9:9 O80 '89 O O 9 9 3, I 3. "' Th F' T l h e- "' .g. e lrst e ep on 1876 -g- 0 0 0 0 .:. I Q. ozo ' ' ' W 0:0 080 080 , 0 0 0 0:0 X 9:9 080 l 9,9 020 Oz' 030 fx' 0:0 0'0 0x0 0:4 0,0 'af 080 'xi Ott Ut' 0 0 9 9 Ogt 0:9 g , 080 ,xg 0:0 ox. U20 020 0 0 ox. oz' 3 3. 0:0 8 4 , 0 0 sz, etc X 3 , , 0 0 J, 0:0 0:0 9,9 0 0 W 50 0:0 l 0? 0 0 0 0 3, 080 3, oxo 3, exe .g. .g. 0:0 0,3 32 3. gt. 080 J. , 3. ,xg 020 0:9 0 0 0:0 08: T0dHy's telephone is a far cry from this cr d ' t ' transmitted the first telephone message 70 yearslagolflwirhlelhnirxghlzlgrrl Graham Bell spoke from the attic of a Boston boarding-house. Amer. 1ca has seen thxs invention grow from a laboratory curiosity to a to 3. 0:0 0:0 080 ggogileginfeslery-day necessity in many millions of homes and places Ii. 2:2 :QI Graduates of the Class of 1947, you too have OSC O80 4. h , . . . .g. 3:3 t e opportunity to make contributions to society Ig! 0x0 .gf 31 'ff 3. as great as those made b men and women exem- 3- .g. .g. 31 , 32 5: plrfled by Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, X 0:0 x0 OO . Q80 jf: Mme. Curie, and a host of others. If If gi Og Ox! rg. :gr 31 31 rf: NAPPANEE TELEPHONE CO. :iz :fr 31 3. O80 fx. 2 3, 'x' z 1.1 080 0 0 U Q O O O 0 0 0 O O O O O O 0 O 0 0 0 Q O O O Q 0 0 0 Q Q Q 0 Q Q Q 0 O 0 O O O O O O O O O O 0 O 0 9 O O O O O O O O O O Q Q Q Q Q.09.00000.00'00.nz00.00.00.00000000.00.00,00.00.00.00.00,00.00.00,00.00.00.00,0.og.00.0930.00.00.00.00OQ0.00.00O00.00.00.0030.00.003000030.00200.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00,00,00.00.0o.gg.,.., 0.0 oQooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooaoooooooooooooaoovvoaooooooo YqvQQqvvQQyy9QyyQQ9qQQ999yQQQQQ9QQQ9QQqvVQyyQQvvvqyyvvyyyqvvvvqyyyvyv? Y Y zzz :sz 0:0 0:9 OO Q9 axe 7:9 .f. .:. zz: :sz 089 Ox. ago fx! oxo exe .g. .g. OO . OO 4. Comphments -3. OXO QSO zz' :sz Ox: atc .:. .2. zgz 0 rg: . . .zz zz. oxo oxo .:. .:. zg: 15: zgz rg: zzz :zz OO OXO '1' Cal' feafnef 'Z' :iz :sz axe Ox' .i. .:. OO 0,0 :iz :gr :zz zz axe Oz. .g. .g. OO Of .:. .:. .,. ,I zz: 'f 4. rg: :zz zzz oxo ozo .:. .Q zzz :sz .i. Q. zz: zz: 630 I 0:0 60 OO 080 OXO :iz :iz to oxo :XO oto O80 0:0 .:. .:. 0,0 .xi zz: If 0:0 Qi: .,. THE FRESHEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE .,. C0 ff ago oxo 3. 3 .g. LINE OF BAKERY PRODUCTS IN 15: 90 O 0:9 30 x 3, 112 NORTHERN INDIANA .f. 5, z .:. :sz :iz :iz 0:0 0:0 :zz ox. , .. 1:1 HUFFMAN BAKERY 121 za: :zz 0:0 oxo oxo Oz? axe OXO Oxi ata .:. .:. 980 O84 YL....................... ..... .. .. .. .......'x' oo oooooooouooo ooo oooooooo oo u,,, 5399Q99QQvyvvyvqvvyqqyqqyyyyyyyqQQQQQQQQQQQqyqqyqqqqqqqqvqvqqqqqg.,,fv oooooooooaoasooooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo goo oo,oo oo,oo,n,oo40.40.00,ooOoo.n.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo30,0030,oo90.00,oo,ogogoo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,u,oo.n.oo,u.oo,u,u,u,oo,oo.oo,u,oofgoo.oo,n.oo.oo,oo.n.oo,oo.n,oo,oo,oo,oo.Q O S S I E' S Featuring Hfome Style Cooking Good Food at all Times WEST EDGE OF TOWN ON U. S. 6 Compliments of THE KINDIG AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance Telephone Bldg. Nappqneg lndlCI1C COMPLIMENTS O F Dr. J. C. ZIMMERMAN Dentist ,lane asked Dick Stoops, cawhen did you first begin to like girls?" Stoops, forthright answer was, "The minute I discovered they weren't boys." Wayne North shrieked with dismay when he heard his shirt had been sent to the laundry. 4'Do you realize," he groaned, "the entire history of the Civil War was on the cuff of that shirt?" OLIVER Finest in Farm Machinery Goodyear Implement Tirels Self Cleaning Tread MAST SALES 8. SERVICE NAPPANEE Ben Housouer asked a farmer, "How far would you say it is to Bremen?" 'lWal,', calculated the farmer, i'It's 24,992 miles the way you're headingg 'bout seven if you turn around." OC. Q .O QQQOOOOOQO one o o o o 0 A 0 0 0 0 one e one Q 0 0 ononeuzufNOn:atN0,,:,,O,O,,0,.0,.0M0,Onznznz,,:,,z..:,,:..:,.:,.:,g:..:.q:,g..Q.gg.ge,n.n.u.oo.oe.oo.oe.ov.oo,oo.eo.oo.00.o0.0e,00.00,0O,vO.o0.oe.oo.eo.oo.oQe o"o"o"e'S'.es"o'9e"e"veo eo e oeeeooe 9 OOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOQ66600OOOO0OO06006066O9OO0OO6OQOO..0..O,.OOOQOOXOXOOO .,..g..g..g..g..g..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,--,n,N.N.N.mmN.w.N.N.w.N.".".f'3'.".".".".".".".".".".".".".".". . . .". 3-. . fat.: .. ,x, , ,z, .. x 3. 'x' 3. 'x' 3. O0 X ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. 'i' :fi Q0 W H A ll Y N d ... e awe our ee s .g. ,x, .,. 0:0 'f OO zz: I 12 Drug S tore .g. 'E' rf: OO M h d ' 4. erc an zse .g. .. fx: 3. ,x, .,. ,z, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .. x 3. 0 0 X ,:, .,. ,x, .,. ,i, .,. 'x' ' ISI exe I S exe 'S' . . Ox! ,x, .. x 3. .. x 3. 'z' 3. 'Q' 3. 'x' 3. .. x 3. OO 8 2 .. 'x' 3. jx: ' 3. ,x, 3. x 3. 'x' 3. 'z' 3. 'x' 3. OO x 3. 60 X 2 .. O0 X x .. 00 8 x .. 0.0 2 ego 3: use - Og. oo 2 oi. '3' .. 0:0 3. 0:0 .XO O0 X x .. of 3. axe 3' 'x' 3. OO 3 X or .xo A OO x x .. N x ,x, .,. X oo OXO 'x' oo 3 ,x, .,. OX. :zo 3, .,. 3. oxo 3. 'g' .iq S :xo N 'g' x Y t 1. our ore 1,1 .XO 0:0 OX. use 3, .,. ,:, .,. ,x, .,. ,z, .,. ,x, .,. ,:, .,. ,x, .,. ,z, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. ,x, .,. 'f' 31 '4....................................................................2 oo oo oo oo o 9,0303oo.eo,so.oo,oo,can.oo.u.oo.oo.oo.u.n.oo,u,u,u,oo,oo,ooocan,oo,n,n,u,u,n.u.u,n,u,n,oo,u,u,u,oo,o u.u,u,ufo,u,u,oo,oo.n.oo.n.n,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,n,oo.u,oo,oo, , . , , o oo ooo Q Q gg 31 aio Ii Ox! 3 .ff ooo :ooo ooo sooo ooooo ooooo 'ononoNewsnononoNoWe"o"o"o"o"o"o"v"o"o"o"4"o"v"q".","J oo ogo oo txt :fr CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS :sz 8 za: .g. Phone sooo :iz Oxo oxo exe 8 ISI 0,0 Ox! Og' If COMPLIMENTS OF Ei? 6x0 51 COPPES HOTEL 2 o o ago axe ata 0:0 of .x. A Good Place fo Sfay SIE 9:0 Nappanee, Ind. COMPLIMENTS OF DR. F. M. KENDALL CITY ELECTRIC oxo 33 Refrigerators - Ranges - Wafer Healers jf: Records - Players - Radios ox: ost 3. Trallic Appliances 353 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING X ISI ego O80 Repairing IVAN P. MILLER 3 31 0tO O30 0:0 32 "Pay some attention to mamaf' Phyl- lis demanded of Jim. Put on the spot, the young man cleared his throat and .:. said, "lVlrs. Mellinger, the last time I .Q saw a mouth like yours, there was a 0. S o 0 sto ox' exe ozo 0:0 0 0 A .80 fish hook in it.', S o o :xo 080 oxo 0:0 0 o 3. Dick Klitzke submitted to a Boston firm a poem entitled 'gWhy Do I Live? lt was returned with a note reading, 6'We regret we cannot use your poem but we can answer your question. It is because you mailed the poem to us instead of delivering it in person." 37 toooooovoooo0oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 'J5...09.49.44.nfs.oo,oo.nyc,ogagoo,oo,oo,ugoogoo.oo,oo.oo30.00,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,n,oo,oo,u,ov,ov,0o,oo,M,0,00,0,o0,0 0,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,ooOnga,oo,ooyogugoo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.oo,oo.oo 00.0.00 til MUTSCHLER BROTHERS COMPANY NAPPANEE, INDIANA, U. S. A. Fabricators of quality hardwood products, SAMSON Office and Directors Tables, PORTA-BILT Prefabricated Hard- wood Kitchen Cabinetry, MUTSCHLER Dinette, Breakfast Room and Kitchen furniture . . . Finer things at lower cost for more people. oxo "DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH's SAKE" ff! Q oo x 32 NAPPANEE DAIRY :iz x 3: PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS If! ri: MILK - CREAM - ICE CREAM - CHEESE - BUTTER Eff :iz Phone 490 Eff O30 555 vxo Noppcmee Greenhouse Compliments of EEE A Flowers for All Occasions Florist Telegraph B e 1. t h a K 1. i n g Telephone No. 156 Bequfy Shop Delivery Association :zz 0x0 oxo .g. REINsBERGER's gg COMPUMENTS OF STANDARD SERVICE gig 0:0 32 S T U C K M A N TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE -2- O30 If! S H O E S 452 E. Market 31 Phone 212 ISI O80 sto 0:0 :iz 9 :gr Zi HARDWARE - DRY GOODS - FURNITURE gig - E52 X 31 NAPPANEE'S DEPARTMENT STORE If! If! Let us supply your needs ISI 222 oooooo:onceoooooooaoocooaooooooooooooooa4ovooooooooooooooooo sox ...N.u.u.u.ooOogogoo,oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.u.n,oo.oo.oo.ug00.00.40Qoogoo,oo.oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.As,oo4u.u,u.oo.oo.u.oo.oo oo oo so oo oo oo oo so oo no oo oo'u'oo so 0 0 oo oooououooooooov ooooooaooooooasoooooeeoooQQooooo00QQoQooooooooooooooooooooooooooo .oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo'oo oo oa.oo.n.n.oo.oo6oo.oo.n no.oo.oo.oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo.n.M.oo.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo oo oo oo oo.oo.oo.oo,oo.vo.ooOoo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo.N.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.o o'o Hass of fo 15 v Q... s'--ss.. -Q., GRATULATIUNS .-'UL 4' 231 5"'iX,x'?'i, Q.-'m.35,iiN-T '51 :f943? ' ' il-'Six Qfixr 'KQ55'-I ' ' ,'fx'51h2XW-TSX, " 94-'-Q-'f'N,,-'1'i'iTx: qi" N'-E7.Q:5?-5 -wg' gf:-M. fi-M , aww q?3,.-SQ, fail' -.-,w5.Lw.f:,?5 -vii -" 1x,'Q:gi!'5'EtQ3-'l1k ,??F.. 5:57 mf' -A .cf -+ 5 - . "- N -- X-W - - - ' - ' '. . '-N - . ' ,14 ' . ' 'P'X, ' five " 4 - ivig- aT- Qu- "Q - M- BUS' 3125: a f'-'J R. K :Sis . 3, 1 ...Q ., - Q 4 2-5.15. .RA F Q-1 mf - ,s -'RN S f-1253 -cV.-- ..:- . ' +5.54 x -- X., fu fo -:ffm . -'qw 45, xx. ,qv . I-N4 -5,-.F v, . Ly.- 1 31 R 15,6-Q: X,,.x .-. 1 . Q-it 3 . qmviw- .. . , -'TN K.. .. Q5 , ,QQ . - 4- Q: W, -Ag-.z ,Sys :g6.1:,5--pQ-fvgvge:f,3,9:qx.sQ:.qq:?5Sgsi.f..5 mwh.N,.Ka,Qx9E RQ awgwb gf-.13 qjpig.-.1 ggg '2igr,QL-'2..g.o'Iv5'1F,h.v-,VR :Img-S?:6:.Q-.-cxi-1frft-Lvo.-fx-S-Lx--3 :X -.:.'-iv?-c,3-.-?ab..a-f.'cB.-TSI-54:33 xN"":-.:'A.-:.b.,,h .:r.h55b-..:,.N5.'.f.-A'-. uk COX Coal and Lumber Co. COAL - LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES oooooocoooooeooQoooooooooQoooooooeooooooooenoooooeoooooeoooo oo n.oo.u oo no no so no oo no oo oo on oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00,00 os oo oo oo oe oo oo.oo,oo.oe0ovOoo.oo.oo.so.oo,oo,no,oe.oo,oo,eo,oo.u.eo.oo.oe.oo.oo.oo.oo.0o.oo.oo,oo HARTZLER MOTOR CO. Authorized BALIB KRD! FORD CARS - FORD TRUCKS Mobiloil, Gas and Oil Washing and Greasing WRECKER SERVICE Phone 184 NAPPANEE, IND. Compliments of T ILLSON'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR Nappanee's Largest and Most Complefe Men's and Boys' Store Sporting Goods Home of MALLORY AND CHAMP HATS BOTANY TIES MACK SHAPELY SHIRTS EVERYTHING A Drug Store Should HAVE C. W. JOHNSON E6 SON "On the Square" The Store of Friendly Service ooo0oocuoocooooooooQQooooooooooeoooooooooooooooo oeoooooooooo gg.gg,eq.gg,q,u,u.u.oo.oo.oe.eo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.u.oo.w.Now,00.00,vo,ooOoo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oe,oo,oo,oo,oo,u.u.oo.n.n.oo.u.oo.oo.eo.eo.oo.oo,oo.oo so 00,00 oo eo SCHULTZ BROS. CO. Featuring 5c to 51.00 Merchandise New Maust Bldg. Nappanee, Ind. ooooooooooooooqaavooaoooooooooooooooooooooouQ.oooooooooooooaoooooooooo 0,ogoo,oo.oo.ogmio,oo.oo,n.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo,oo,n,oo.oo,oo.oo,oo,oo000.0030,ooyoga,00.0034.04.apo,oo,oo,oo.n,oo.u.w.oo.oo,oo.n.oo.oo,oo.sofa,ogoo.oo,oo30.00,oo,oo,oo,n,oo,oo.n,oo,oo,n.4ego ate Q? 1:1 ' If oo V -'WNUU' . oo 3 1 Comphments t 3.3 Glen Geyer s Garage 3.3 3. 3. .f. Of Q. jzj Motor Repair Service That Must jx: 3' M C H A H N "' .g. Have YOUR "O.K." - - .Q OO If Pl b' d H 'Z' 'z' um in an eatin " 33 NAPPANEE, IND., on U. s. s 9 9 1 . If Phone 150 .gl If PHONES: If If Day - 245 Night - 477 If If If 0,0 0x0 Q80 QSO 00 00 0:0 0g0 00 00 Qty axe 0:0 . 0:0 3,3 Compliments of jg 0:0 ego ISI 32 gtg ata 3. 3. x s n 9 N Qsg OXO 0:0 0g0 O0 00 x z 2:2 -WAKARUSA, INDIANA? Ig! 251 Igi 1:2 THE STORE THAT HAS THE GOODS Iii If If OO .5 0:0 0:0 00 00 0:0 0:0 ox! 0:0 OO OO .5 .g. X 32 5. .fo ,, exe ,z, .. ,:, 4. ,z, .. ,x, 3. ,x, 3. ,x, Q. 5. 0x0 4- GF APPAN EE ,x, .,. ,x, .,. 03. of ,z, .,. 4:0 'x' exe 'z' 33 C If! z 3. 0x0 8 .. OO ,z, 3. ,x, 3. ,z, 3. 3 2 .Q OO 4- YOUR BA KI G BUSINESS '20 , oo :io '10 .. OXO 3, atc ,s, .,. EC A ED '- x 3. ata 8 of 'zz oo ' 4- Member of the F.D.I.C. 323 If -2. ffl Ig. Igo:nzuzoozoozoo:nzoozoozatv:oo:oo:nozoozoo2nznzoozwin:oozoo:nzoozooz04:002uzuzuzuzuzuznzoozoozoozuzoozo Qatoo:eo:oo2oo:oo2oo:oo:oo:uzoozoo:on:ooIoo2oozna:u:u:n:n:n:n:n:u:u:u:q:g sto 0 Q 0,0 . . N 3 . 08. gig0:-Q:-:-':-':-.:-:'-:-:-:A:M:'-:.-:'-:-:.-:w:-':-':-':-:-f:-:-:N:M:N:N10.2-zu:-':-Q:-fzwzwzwz-'zur-f:-':-:-':'-:-':-Q:M:f':M:f':-':-A:Mz-'zuz-Q:-:-:-:-:-zo.:-:-rw:-:-:-Q' S 0x0 If 1:1 ISI :aj 'i' 0:0 .x. 5 :zz rf: 'I- A 'S' ' ISI :iz -2' SPORTI G GOODS if 3. 3, J. ,x, 4. 5, 33 Ig! A. 0 3:3 3. z .g. :gr .g. rg: 1:1 RETAILERS OF FINEST SPORTING GOODS 3,3 " sto gig IN NORTHERN INDIANA gig " 0:0 12: gig 32 5 gig 'g' 4:0 ISI jx: 'i' 0:0 .. gig GOSHEN, INDIANA Ig , . Ii 1:1 3. 3, 3. 3 .z. OXO 3. . 1:1 .Q Compllmenfs of .g. " oo 152 gig 'g' 0:0 rg: :gr 1:1 HADLEY DRESS SHOP 33 0:0 .i. 'XZ 034 THE NEW STORE FOR If ISI 'SI 4. Ig. gig LADIES AND YOUNG GIRLS gg 2 'aj 'x' fig ExcI.usIvE BUT NoT ExPENslvE 2:2 aio 0:0 Ig! If 15: 15: ISI ISI '2' DELUXE NIO I OR SALES 'E' Ig! 232 .x. 3. .,. .gf .g. DESOTO AND PLYMOUTH 4. OO OO gi, SALES - SERVICE 323 'xi 0:0 .f. 2 355 SINCLAIR GAS AND on -5' KENDALLAND QUAKER STATE on 32: -,' u. s. TIRES -2+ ISI ISI .g. .g. .Sqoaanoaooooohooooaaoaooooaoosoooooooefbfovooooooooooouaooooooeoooooo.2' 0.oo,oo.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.w.oo.oo,oo'u,oo,oo.oo,o v.oo,nic.uve.oo.oo.oo.n.n.n'n.oo.oo'oo.oo'oo'n.oo.oo'w.u.oo,oo,oo,N.oo,oo.u.ago.n.u,n,u.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo,oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.v 5, 5-Q:Q-z-:N:O-:w:M:N10-:N:nz0'2M:M:'+:n:'-:-':w:-:M:f+:'-:f':N:.-:M:Nz-Q:M:M:-Q:N:MzQ-:w:Q-:M:A:nz.Q:-zu:M:M:Mz-:-0:-:-Q:w:M:N:M:nz-Q:N:-fz.-wr'-:Q-tux'-:-:Nz-Q:-Qt'5: z x Ig! , . . Ig! If If ISI 32 4. 4. O O If I 33 6' 7a 744 Q' :ft 5:0 f:C 31 31 Ox. C80 Ozf fx. 0:0 0:0 Ox' Ox. .xf Ox. O O O O Ox? Cx. axe Ct. oxo Oxi fx. .sf 02- Q:- O U C 0 O89 oxo 0,9 ' oxo .g. 51 s. Q O exe 0,0 Q20 sto sto Qt. oxo axe oss fx. ozo oss O80 3. 3. atc Oz. 9:0 9:9 31 31 Ox. Qt. Qt. K Oz. oxo Cx. 0:0 I I use O O 089 Ox. Cx. 980 sto sto ' so 0:9 - Q 0:5 sto oss UZ' use O20 ozo Ot' 0:0 O O oio O O asc uso ozo .fo 3. o'o exe Oz. .xl fx. '80 0:0 Oz. ft. Oz. fx' Oz. 58. 0:0 Oti Ox. .Q .:. 32 32 Oz. oxo 0:0 I 0:1 1,1 fPr1nters of the Napanet Annual J 3: Q80 sto 0:0 080 Ox. Ot. sto oxo Oz. Ox. exe Ox. 0:0 Os. 0:9 Oz. 0 0 Ot. .g. .g. 31 32 x x 3: 301-305 N. Elm Street 3: oto eta x - ,x 1:1 Ncsppanee, Indiana ,aj .x. 121 2 O O oss 0,0 0:6 QSO exe 0:6 'f ooooooooooooo oooooooooeoooeeoocooooovvoouooooooocoooooooooooooooooo ozo 0:0 0:0 0:0 3. 050 0.oo.oo,oo,oo,oo.oo,oo.n,oo,oo.oo.oo.ofa.oo.oo.oo'oo.oo.oo,0030.00.45oo.oo.oo.u.n,oo.oo,0o,oo,oQ,oo.o 0,oo.ooOoo,0.oo.oo.oo,oo.ooqu,oo,oo'oo.atoo.00.00Ooo.oo.n,u.oo,oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.oo.a fb fu'n'u'u'u'n'u'u'u'oo'n'u u n QfaJef.Joloo'n'u'oo'u'u'n'ofoiev'n'n'n'n'n'n'n'u o oo olefnfoiefoiefoieloo'u'oo'oo'oo'u'oo'n'n'oo'u'n'n'n'n'n'n'n'n'n'u 2 O 6 O O O O Q 0 6 O 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 O 0 Q 0 0 0 Q Q 0 0 0 0 Q Q A A 0 Q Q 4 0 4 0 6 0 0 O 5 6 6 O 0 O 6 Q 0 0 O O O 31 253 OXO atc sto axe 020 oxo 080 sto jx: Q jx' 'I' Z S044 'fr 31 0 31 020 0:0 .Q 1:1 1:1 :xo l . oxo .52 eamfz ale ame ead 15: 31 31 3. 3. O 0 O 0 ,x x .gi I Ig! 31 31 4. 1:1 If FUNERAL DIRE 'I R 33 .f. 31 31 3. 3. 1:1 WAKARUSA, INDIANA 1:1 rg: :gr 15: rg: 31 Telephone 71 31 31 31 .:. 31 31 oxo oxo C80 oxo 6x0 sto O20 oxo ego axe 0:0 oxo .f. .:. o'o 4 o ,x x .51 Iii 31 31 exe 0x0 oxo - 680 .:. 31 31 .:. I 3. oxo . , 5 020 ozo 'wx 3, oxo 3 0:0 O20 xl OXO 3. I 3. 3. : 3. 3. g 3. oxo : :xo axe exe sto I 036 3. I 3. 3. 1 3. ozo I sto 3. g 3. .:. f .:. O 0 I O 6 0:0 I QSO 0 0 I T . 0 9 -ff QI Q svfcmulin mums nun swnmwu 'ff fx: sfnvwff son YEARBUDR suns ',' :sf .ta X ,.--...M - ----- - --," 4:0 oxo E ' ' "" ' ' - . - . oto sto exe oxo QSO 0:0 oxo 0,0 OXO .:. I:1'Z0If'IN!NIMIN101N1MI'ZN101N1N10'ZMZMZMINZNININIMZMZHZNZ''IMZN1N1'I"1"1"1"1"1"101M1NZ"I"1"1"1"1"I"I"1"1N1"1"1"1"1"1"!"Z"1"1"1"1"!"Z"I"Z"3"3':ft .xg...vg-1-,-.,,..,r.-V - K1 V h .1 ' , r 3 . V ,.k, Q, , 1 A , , .. ' 4.31' 11n.x.- A A 1, AV hnuwnu i 5 l E


Suggestions in the Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) collection:

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.