Albion Jefferson High School - Torch Yearbook (Albion, IN)

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Y . THE TORCH ALBION JEFFERSON ALBION INDIANA 1959 VOLUME 7 E f PHILLIP COLE Ad MARY H AUSTILL I di or Business Managers NANCY BECK, MARTHA COLE visor . ALBION JEFFERSON SCHOOL Phillip Cole Editor Nancy Beck Martha Cole Business Managers Joe Fryrnier Photography Mary Osborne Annette Slessman Harold Sparrow Phillip Carter Lorene Bohenberger Nancy Bowman Activities Gerald Kloptenstein Ernest Young Monte Bowman Sports ax 4. 4, Q ..-avi? ,Q 2 a T, Q D l r K Q ' 4 Our Grapevine Boosters FORE WORD Here we pause on The Thres- hold looking info These halls Through which we shall pass This year, 1958-1959. We realize The opporTuniTies and The challenges ThaT con- TronT us This year are ours Tor The Taking. All These experi- ences will make This "A YEAR OF ACTION." Aging Youthful Friendship V25 ,fmesa-4, "' 'S -,um THIS IS OUR SCHOOL I Coach Macy and the Covered TROPHY On September 3 all seven hundred of us came back To Albion Jefferson with eager steps for we knew This would be a "Year of AcTion." All our srudies, games, convocafions, pro- grams, club meetings, class acrivities combine in-""'f"e To give us a well-rounded school life To make x ,...-in possible . . . ... A YEAR NYY, , + 1 , .nf-.N-..---...-1-1-i-l.i UI' fBYT1B Ji . ,r' Wffff O Sp! O D tics Our play ground x 6 1' I dm K .5 ,,f,,mJ1.9-fautlii 3 N. ., .-----JI-' N-. QQ .0- 1--.,..1 5 OF ACTION! Nl , my n I, pvfk. -al , , .nr ,L-N. K,-nw Y Xu 'X ' w, , .nw ,Wx THE PEOPLE . . . in our Story A good background R, n. J I I a I iv A I , I Happy school friendships THE ADMINISTRATION THE FACULTY AND THE PUPILS A Busy Schedule . . . All Make a YEAR OF ACTION Social aff I-...,,Q,, I A YEAR OF ACTION Hobbies P 'p': Hkqq or ww.. : f VV! 6 'N 1 . 0 5 'f 1 A ' ' lo"- Y Dai ES, FUN and Parties Record Hops IN A YEAR, And We Work ,Q 'E Parties dF YES, A YEAR or AcnoN jgliibifgiglwe k . . . For Our Queens And We Do Graduate CLASS PROJ ECTS AND THEN . . . DRIVER EDUCATION CLASS J dy V . . IT STARTED WITH HOME ROOM ASSIGNMENTS THIS YEAR OF ACTION I- 0' . and Then Classes an Tesfs . . TRULY A YEAR OF ACTION J 5' ' f Q 4 1 f -'-7-,aZi'.f6:i-A Here We All Are 5 I . Ormin Brown Jimmy Prickett MUSIC, PARTIES, ENTERTAINERS Our 1957-58 Queen Pa 1 s Entertainmen . I4 K -W L "':!,S'.' -K-, I Li Q... A 2 Q bs F L 'Xi ,, .sm I Y , , J V- :if s- if F-ni'-3 g H- X SM 1 wifi 1 M "U- ' lx fb ' If i fy-X +V Q" f I Y -.0 5' J! ri iw 5 'AQ ' Q my ' ' I 9 W' - , Qu! f Ml uQi5, 'lf M " :, K A" A f 4 'K ,J-L Q ' P?Yf 1 , I , N, XS, R mmkkgi . ' ,I S .f 'NJA ,iff Q S' i I K . .4 4 5 9' Ai WW a, Q, af E ,, W..-4.1 ,wwf .W K 3 5 . - 5 Q X. Q K SJ? 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I 'Ns 00 1 on STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Mrs. Stuckman, Advisor: Phil Cole, Annette Slessman, Bill Neal. SECOND ROW: Suzanne Renkenberger, Linda Friskney, Helen Cole, Danny Workman, John Bortner, Earl Schuster, Ronnie Pyle, Trumin Brown, Jimmy Prickett. THIRD ROW: Donna Cooper, Shirley Clouse, Sarah Younis, Kay Ann Bloom, Barbara Osborne, Sandra Horsewood, Susan Clouse, Pat Powell, Burt Mawhorter, John Wine- brenner. P. T.A. OFFICERS wh... CJ STUDENT LIBRARIANS Chloe Ann Beauchamp, Nancy Beck, Catherine Seymoure, Lorene Bohenberger, Linda Addis, Mary Osborne, Annette Slessman, Judith Stull, Kathy Black, Janice Engle, Charlotte McDonald, Sharon Leathers, Linda McCoy. THEY ALSO SERVE Q! it .- is r at Rev. Workman, Pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Rev. McMahan, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Rev. Richter, Pastor of the Lutheran Church: Rev. Mitchener, Pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Rev. Green, Pastor of the First Methodist Church. , 3 L 3' N le y X4 .I -- - - -4,- YP V., H, - 1 'M' Heres The Adminiswatioh Who have Guided Us in THIS h YEAR OF ACTI WP, if X. REVA HORINE JOSEPH N. ADAIR Cie-rk.SeCrefary County Superintendent ll Earl H. Hill, Treasurerg Weldon May, Presidentg William Grawcock, Dale Weber, Frank T. Hosford, Secretary. W5 Ex 5 1 WX 51 K-N Rx'i..r Mr. Shouse, our very busy Elementary Principal, supervises The elemenTary deparfmenls, and also acts as guidance counselor for The Junior High. His is a lousy life in This, OUR YEAR OF ACTION. EARL SHOUSE Elementary Principal OFFICE RECEPTIONISTS: Nancy Johnson, Pafricia Prucinslcy, Nlariha Cole, Nancy Langford, Rosemary Treesh, Charlotte McDonald, Rosemary Bair, 20 .1 Slifvays, but we will remember 'Them algo Foy-Qfheir unique ighelr Qnderslanding endvdonsiderefion. w f 3 7 j , in Q' A 3. All ey 2: lNTRODUClNG THE FACULTY Known as whoxdirect us and Teach us, our Teachers are' more. ' 'l , They areeelhe foundafion sfones of all our endeavors, helping .usi Sfronglcasfles in The sky. For this reason their memory will fwifsh Pefsonalifies that arelriof hidden by grade hpolcs, boi are-E MARY H, AUSTILL EDWARD BEASLEY IRA C. BRILL Latin, Algebra, English Math, Bi0lOQY Commerce BEULAH QARPER HELEN ERAZE ROBERT HENNE English Art, Music Driver Education OUR EXPERIENCED FACULTY RALPH HORWE KATHRYN LANTZ ROBERT MACY MUSIC Band English Health, PEW Social Studies, PE I I C h JOHN PLATT JAMES SCHROCK Cac Social Studies Sgcial Studies MARILU STUCKMAN Assistam, Coach Math, Science, Library OUR GOOD-NATURED FACULTY JANICE WALTER MILDRED WEIMAR LEWIS WORMAN Math, English Voc. Home Economics, Science VOCf3TiOr1al AgriCUlTUre, SCier1Ce HERMAN TUCKER ELIZABETH WILCOX MARTHA STANLEY Grade 6 Grades 5-6 Grade 5 OUR ALL-INSPIRING FACULTY if K, 4 . . LORALEE GORSUCH Grade 3 VIRGINIA CONRAD Grade I BERNICE FLYNN Kindergarten IN THIS OUR YEAR OF ACTlON!2 X.. 4:9 LESLIE ALWINE-General Latin Club I, Baseball I, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Helper 2. CH LOE ANN BEAIJCHAMP-Commercial FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian FHA 4, Librarian 4, Play 3, Club I, 2, 3, 4. ,C LINDA LOU ADDIS-General FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria 3, Library 4, GLEN ALTIMUS-Vocational FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY ANN BECK-General Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Latin Club I, FHA 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Torch Staff 4, Basketball Queen 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 4, Head Librarian 4. ELIZABETH JANE BLACK-Academic, Science Band I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus I, Latin Club I, 2, Librarian 4, Play 3, 4, Grapevine Staff CAssistant Editorj 4, Rotary Oratorical 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, Operetta I, Betty Crocker "Home Maker of Tomorrow" 4. 27 MONTE BOWMAN-Scientific, Academic Band l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l,2, 3, 4, Proiection Club 2, State Math Contest l, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus l, 2, 3, Music Contest l, 2, 3, 4, Student Band Director 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Boys' State Alternate 3, Operetta l, Pep Club 2, 3, Torch Staff 4. NANCY LOU BOVVMANfScientitic, Academic Band l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4, Girls' Chorus l, 4, State Music Contest 3, 4, Operetta l, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, GAA President 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Rotary Oratorical Contest 4, Girls' State 3, Torch Staff 4. KATHRYN BLACK-Vocational Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, Grapevine Staff 4, Pep Club 4, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary FHA 3, President FHA 4, Librarian 4, Band Contest 4, Pep Band 4. EVELYN LORENE BOHNEN BERGER-Vocational, Commercial, Vocational FHA l, 2, 3, 4, FHA Program Proiect Chairman 4, Play 4, Librarian 4, Pep Club 4, Torch Staff 4. BEVERLY SHARON BURTONfCommercial, General Cheerleader l, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Grapevine Staff 4, GAA l, Twirler l, 2, 3, 4, Drum Maiorette 3, 4, Play 3, 4, District Tvvirling Contest 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3. PH ILLIP CARTERfScientitic Latin Club lg Math Contest 2, Play 3, 4, Torch Staff 4, Track l, Projection Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Pep Club 2, 3. ROGER L. CLOUSE-Vocational FFA l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Judging Team 2, 3, Pep Club l, 2. TERRY DEVVAYNE CLOUSEfVocaTional FFA T, 2, 3, 11, Land Judging lg Audio-Visual Club 2. PHILLIP EARNEST COLE-Scientific VicefPresident l, 4, President 2, Student Council l, 2, 4, Latin Club ig Ensemble 3, -1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Basketball i, 2, Cross Country 2, -if Play 3, -4, Mr. Freslwma. , Distnct Math Contest l, 2, District Music Contest 3, -4, State Music Contest 3, -if Boys' State Alternate 37 Torch Editor 4, Basket- ball Escort l, 3, -1, Pep Club l, 3. CAROLYN CONRAD-Vocational FHA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer FHA 3, -1, GAA 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4. KAY MARIE COLEfAcademic, Commercial, General Band T, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Grapevine 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA JANE COLEfScientific Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club if FHA 3, 4, Office Receptionist 45 Play 3, A, GAA 2, 4, Torch Staff 4, Grapevine Staff A, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4. JANICE ENGLEfVocational Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Librarian 45 Play 45 Operetta l5 Girls' State Alternate 35 Grapevine Staff 45 Rotary Oratorical Contest 45 FHA l, 2, 3, 45 Parliarnentarian FHA 35 Editor FHA 4. NORMA BETH ENGLE-Commercial, General Bancl l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Latin Club l, 25 Office Receptionist 35 State Music Contest 2, 3, 45 GAA l, 25 Grapevine Staff 45 Operetta 'l5 Pep Club l, 25 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Girls' State Alternate 3. SHERRY LEE DEGROFF-General, Commercial Operetta Accompanist 15 Play 3, 45 Mixed Chorus Accompanist l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 45 Boys' Chorus Accompanist 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble Accornpanist 1, 2, 3, 45 Trio l, 45 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Song- leader FHA 25 GAA T, 2, 3, 45 Secretary GAA 35 State Music Contests 'l, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Quartet Accompanist 2, 3. CARL DONLEY-Vocational FFA l, 2, 3, 45 FFA Vice-President 45 Basketball 1, 25 Cross Country 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Play 45 Cafeteria Helper 45 Basketball Queen Escort 3. 'M ins! L LINDA COLLEEN FRISKNEY-Commercial Class Treasurer l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council I, 2, 3, 45 Miss Freshman 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Basketball Queen Candidate 35 Basketball Queen's Court 4. CARL FRY-Science Latin Club l, 25 Boys' Chorus 2, 35 Class Play 35 Cafeteria Helper 2, 3. JOSEPH FREDERICK FRYMIER-Science Latin Club I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Play 3, 4, Torch Staff 4, Student Manager 3, 4, Pep Club 2. ARTHUR WILLIAM GRAWCOCK-Academic Band I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' ChOrUS I, 3: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Volleyball 3, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, State Land Judging Team I, Audio-Visual Club 4, Operetta I, Grapevine Staff 4. e 'Y N'4 142.513-g NANCY ANN JOHNSON-Commercial, General Class Secretary I, Queen Contestant I, Operetta I, Mixed Chorus I, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Office Receptionist 4, GAA I, 2, Pep Club I, 2, Student Council I. BECKY SUE KEISTER-Commercial, General Mixed Chtorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Play 3, FHA I, 2, 4, GAA I, 2, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club I, 2, Grapevine Staff 4. HOWARD GRAYLESS-Science Play 3, Proiection Club 4. KAROL ANN HARLAN-General Twirling 2, Chorus 2, FHA 2, 3, Cafeteria Helper 3 3' R GERALD DEAN KLOPFENSTEIN-Science Play 3, 4, Proiection 3, 4, Torch Staff 4. NANCY LANGFORD-General Latin Club 2, Latin Club Secretary 2, FHA 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Office Receptionist 4, Basketball Queen 3. CHARLEEN KAY KIRKPATRlCK-Commercial Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 4, Office Receptionist 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3. MARY LOUISE KLINE-General FHA 1, 2, Cafeteria 2, Pep Club 2, 3, GAA 1. SHARON LEE LEATHERS-Vocational Latin Club ig FHA 2, 4, Librarian 4, Pep Club 4. ELDON DWIGHT LEITCH-Vocational KENNETH LEMISH RUTH ANN MCGUIRE-Commercial Play 3. BILL NEAL-Science President l, 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Student Council l, 3, 4, Latin Club l, Cafeteria Helper l, 2, Student Manager l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, Play 3, Grapevine Staff 4, Queen Escort 3, Queen Contest Master of Ceremonies 4. MARY ELLEN OSBORNE-Science Latin Club 2, 3, Librarian 4, Play 3, 4, Latin Contest 2, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, GAA Vice-President 3, GAA President 4, Torch Staff 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. KENNETH DAVID MlTCHENER-Science, Commercial Vice-President 2, Student Council 2, Band l, 3, 4, Ensemble l, 2, 3, 4, Quartet l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus l, 3, Girls' Chorus Accom- panist 1, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Baritone Soloist 2, 3, 4, Student Chorus Director l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Proiection Club l, 2, Play 3, Boys' State 3, Ping-Pong Runner-up 2. RlCHARD ARLEN MOORE-General FFA l, 2, 3, Judging Team 2. . 0 1 PATRlClA PRUClNSKl-General 6' Audio-Visual 37 Office Receptionist 47 Play 37 Librarian 21 GVBDS' vine 4. SUZANNE RENKENBERGERW Commercial Class Secretary 2, 3, 117 Student Council 2, 3, 4, FHA 27 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Cwirls' State Alternate 37 Play3, CHARLES DAVID OWEN-Science Baseball 3, 47 Track 2, 3, 47 Latin Club 17 Proiection Club 3, 4. RlCHARD D. PlPPENGEl2fVocational FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Land Judging l, Crop Judging 2. 'l HARRIET ANNETTE SLESSMAN-Academic, Science Student Council l, 2, 3, 47 St. Council Treasurer lg Student Council Secretary 27 Student Council Vice-President 37 Student Council President 47 Band l, 2, 3, A7 Pep Band 3, 47 Mixed Cliorus 1, 2, 3, 47 Girls' Chorus l7 Operetta l7 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 47 GAA I, 27 Latin Club l, 27 Latin Club President l7 Latin Club Secretary 27 Librarian 2, -47 Play 3, -17 Girls' State 37 Torch Staff A7 Basketball Queen Contestant 27 Basketball Queen Attendant A. JlM SMITH Vocational FFA T, 2, 3, 4, Land Judging I7 Cafeteria Helper l, 2. MARY LOU SMITH-Vocational Latin Club l, FHA 2, 3, 4, Office Receptionist 3, Librarian i, 2, 3, 4, Play 3, Grapevine Staff 4, Pep Club 2, 3, HAROLD SPARROWfAcadernic, Science Latin Club l, 2, Play 3, 4, Torch Staff 4. ROSEMARY TREESH-Vocational Girls' Chorus 2, Cafeteria Helper 2, Librarian i, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, FHA Vice-President 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Office Receptionist 4, Play 4, GAA 4. BARBRA CHRISTINE TROYER-Science, Academic Band I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Accom- panist Boys' Chorus 2, Pep Band 4, State Music Contest 3, 4, Latin Contest l, 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 4, Play 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Editor Grapevine 4, Rotary Oratorical CDistrict Second Placel 4, National Poetry Anthology 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Latin Club l, 2. CAROLYN STOHLMAN-Vocational, General Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Operetta 1, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Queen's Court 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3. JUDITH STULL-Commercial Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Play 4. DENNIS WHITE-Science Band I, 2, 3, Chorus 4, Play 3, 4, Grapevine 4. JACK WORKMAN-General Latin Club l, Play 3, 4, Proiection Club 4, Pep Club 2, Mix Chorus l, 2, 3, Operetta l. ROGER TUCKER-General Latin Club l, Track l, Basketball l, Pep Club l, 2, Play 3 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 3, District Music Contest 3, State Music Contest 4, Operetta 1, Pep Band 3, 4. LINN LEROY WALKER-Vocational FFA l, 2, 3. EDWARD DEAN WRlGHTAVocational gs. I FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Track l, 2, Basketball l, 2 Baseball 3, Pep Club 3, Proiection Club 2, 3, Student Council 3 Cross Country l, 2. ERNEST YOUNG-Science Latin Club l, Play 3, 4, Science Fair 3, Track 1, 2, 3, A, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Torch Staff A. fre ' limi: . lil 0 like ww.,-v ,,,. 'W R X an hgrxjswxi . . ,. 'N ' 'Q' 'l-rf ,., , .S 'l Wx zz 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Annette Slessman, Student Council repre senfafiveg Suzanne Renkenberger, secre- Yaryg Linda Friskner, 'lreasurerp Bill Neal presidenfg Phil Cole, vice-president. lN MEMORY OF RICHARD LUTHER Whose warm smile and friendly Way will live on in The hearts of Those who knew him. HERE ARE THE ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES IN A YEAR OF ACTION 38 A pu.. CHEMISTRY Jane Black, Lorene Bohenberger, Jon Brown, Ormin Brown, Beverly Burlon, Carl Fry, Phil Car1er. . C... XXX .ii-Q fr Y I CHEMISTRY Jon McCreery, Bill McClar1ahan, Linda Mc- Coy, Maury Mclntyre, Catherine Seymoure. 'ff T'-Q CHEMISTRY John Wimebreriner, Burr Mawlworter, Rich- ard Coats, Annerte Slessman, Brook Frymier, Roger Tucker, Howard Grayless. ll 4. PHYSICS CLASS Nancy Beck, Dave Mitchener, Dennis White, Harold Sparrow, Jack Workman, Martha Cole, Ernest Young, Phil Cole. SECOND ROW: Jerry Wolfe, Ronny Streby, Larry Jones, Douglas Slessman, Joe Frymier, Kenny Lemish, Gerald Klopfenstein, Edward Wright, Carl Donlay, Bill Neal, Mary Osborne, Monte Bowman, Charlotte McDonald, Mrs. Stuckman, Teacher. TRIGONOMETRY Mrs. Stuckman, Teacher. FlRST ROW: Carl Fry, Joe Frymier, Nancy Bowman. SECOND ROW: Bill Scheurich, Phil Cole, Monte Bowman, Ernest Young. as ECONOMICS CLASS FlRST ROW: Roger Tucker, Lorene Bohenberger, Nancy Bowman, Kathy Black, Nancy Beck, Chloe Ann Beauchamp, Janice Engle, Carl Donley. SECOND ROW: Norma Engle, Phil Carter, Terry Clouse, Karol Ann Harlan, Monte Bowman, Kay Cole, Phil Cole, Sherry DeGroff. THIRD ROW: Nancy Johnson, Joe Frymier, Suzanne Renkenberger, Becky Keister, Richard Pippenger, Mary Osborne, Ruth Ann McGuire, David Mitchener. FOURTH ROW: Ed Wright, Dennis White, Judith Stull, Carolyn Stohlman, Carl Fry, Linda Friskney, Charleen Kirkpatrick, Gerald Klopfenstein, Beverly Burton. Mr. Schrock, Instructor. HISTORY Over 350 years a mighty pageant has moved rm , r through our valleys, over our mountains, across our rivers, founding our great America and es- tablishing our American way of life. Only by understanding these events of the past can we interpret the present and meet the challenge of the future. fin-'FII -A, 'lf Let s talk politics' ,gal ,sis ,gil ,aa ,abil GOVERNMENT CLASS FIRST ROW: Mary Smith, Bill Neal, Linn Walker, Harold Sparrow, Rosemary Treesh, Jack Workman. SECOND ROW: Pat Prucinsky, Dick Moore, Annette Slessman, Charles Owen, Howard Grayless, Nancy Langford, Dwight Leitch. THIRD ROW: Linda Addis, Mary Kline, Glen Altimus, Leslie Alwine, Kenneth Lemish, Jane Black, Roger Clouse, Martha Cole, Carolyn Conrad. '-'I ,Off AMERICAN HISTORY FIRST ROW: Ronnie Streby, Jon Brown, Judy Vice, Orrnin Brown, Donna Cooper, Shirley Clouse, Sarah Younis, Connie Boggs. SECOND ROW: Diana Rathke, Pat Moore, Peggy Hoddo, Brook Frymier, Jon McCreery, John Winebrenrier, Doug Slessrnan, Burt Mawhorler, THIRD ROW: Peggy Middleton, Pat Prucinsky, Ilene Bordner, Larry Jones, Glen Bogner, Glen Altimus, Maury Mclntyre. wb gr' Ds. fffzaff .J :fs .ff SPEECH CLASS FIRST ROW: Charleen Kirkpatrick, Dennis White, Phil Carter, Jack Workman, Monte Bowman, Roger Tucker. SECOND ROW: Dave Mitchener, Kay Cole, Kathy Black, Janice Engle, Melford Leatherman, Gerald Klopfenstein, Martha Cole, Mary Osborne, Ernest Young. THIRD ROW: Annette Slessman, Barbra Troyer, Nancy Bowman, Jane Black, Harold Sparrow, Becky Keister, Sherry DeGrott, Rosemary Treesh, Joe Frymier. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Austill, Instructor, Phil Cole, Nancy Beck, Chloe Ann Beauchamp, Howard Grayless, Lorene Bohenberger, Sharon Leathers, Karol Harlan, Leslie Alwine, Art Grawcock, Mary Lou Smith. Being able to speak well is a great asset to anyone. With a good cultural back ground and by constant practice, one can attain his goal in this field. CONTESTANTS IN ROTARY ORATORICAL CONTEST FIRST ROW: Barbra Troyer, Nancy Bowman. SECOND ROW: Jane Black, Janice Engle. JUNIOR ENGLISH FIRST ROW: Shirley Clouse, Peggy Hoddo, Joyce Harlan. SECOND ROW: Donna Cooper, Judy Vice, Patty Kiester, Doris Bender, Sarah Younis, Jon McCreery, Jon Brown, Larry Jones, THIRD ROW: Pat Moore, Lois Halsey, Linda McCoy, Linda McGuire, Rosemary Bair, Paul Coats, David Koenig, Bill Mc- Clanahan, Richard Coats, Mrs. Austill, Instructor. FOURTH ROW: Allen Petersen, Freeman Dressler, Dave Cory, Robert Stump, Roger Forlcer, Paul Trowbridge, Steve Hollopeter, Billy Scheurich. English is necessary to our daily living. By the mastery of English vve learn to appreciate good English, good literature, and the importance ot our American way of life. EIGHTH GRADE ENGLISH Kathy Lydy, Gloria Smith, Vicky Lindsey, Martha Mc- Bride, Jill Lindsey, Sandra Srnith, George Owen. SEC- OND ROW: Richard Petrie, Connie Herrman, John Auld, Gary Allen, Lyle Speaker, Trumin Brown, Ross Cole, Jack Guthrie. THIRD ROW: Marsha Richman, Lynn Thompson. X ' I U L ,X .wi yr L 'X f Isffigfw I ,Q Q ,wah , X N A mm' rf K X SWF x lt 7, 5.4 L SOPHOMORE ENGLISH FIRST ROW: Darryl Owen, Jane Lockhart, Jerry Weimer, Lew Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Nancy Plank, John Bortner, Joy McCoy, Larry Ober, Morton Wicker, Connie Smith, Sandra Horsewood, Jeanette Campbell, Nancy Marsh, Jerry Menden- hall. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Streby, Bonnie Winebrenner, Jerri Parker, Freedom Murphy, Norma Rosenogle, Robert Parsons, Jerry Taylor, Jim Renkenberger, Sam Harlan, Frank Young. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Carper, Sharon Taylor, Linda Ohlwine, John Hoover, Judy Parker, Danny Workman, Judy Moore, Janice McCoy, Mary Ellen Prucinsky, Sylvia Davis, Jerry Burton. NINTH GRADE ENGLISH FIRST ROW: Janet Treesh, Judy Burnworth, Roberta Winebrenner, Mrs, Carper, SECOND ROW: Ronnie Pyle, Bill Mclntyre, Barbara Osborne, Sharon Hartman, Erlene Shouse, Betty Singleton. THIRD ROW: Linda Huntsman, Charlotte Young, Kay Ann Bloom, Susan Clouse, Jane Marquiss, Lowell May. FOURTH ROW: John Fry, Ross Black, Dennis Carter, Penny Black, Jane Petersen, Barbara. Beckley. li Nga' ' ffl MATHEMATICS IS ESSENTIAL EIGHTH GRADE ARITHMETIC FIRST ROW: Gary Keister, Rosemary Busz. SECOND ROW: Nancy Weber, David Pippenger, Dawn Lung, John Gill. THIRD ROW: Susie Rickey, Patricia Young, Paula Steel, Cheryl Matteson, Duane Dreibelbiss. FOURTH ROW: Tom Harlan, Larry Jeffries, Terry Grayless. Mrs. Walter, Instructor, ll'll.l. ,INN ALGEBRA NINTH GRADE-FIRST ROW: Lynn Speaker, Billy Campbell. SECOND ROW: Edwin Weaver, Ralph Wil- son, Charles McDonald, Jerry Smith, David Leather- man. THlRD ROW: Sharon Coe, Toni Leathers, Helen Cole, Darlene Campbell, Judy Moore, Mary Keister, Karen Forker. FOURTH ROW: Donald Landers, Kathy Radcliffe, Becky Berkes, Patsy Foster, Carol Edsall, Fanny Davis. Mrs. Austill, Teacher. J, ADVANCED ALGEBRA FIRST ROW: Charlotte McDonald, Brook Frymier, Ormin Brown. SECOND ROW: Bill Neal, Doug Slessrnan, Annette Slessrnan, Perry Wolfe, Ronnie Streby. THIRD ROW: Mrs, Stuckman, Harold Sparrow, Howard Grayless, Maury Mclntyre, Richard Coats, John Winebrenner, Burt Mawhorter. Mathematics is the fundamental basis for all phases of lite. Not only do the mathematicians and scientists need mathematics, but also the musicians, the artists, the doctors, the farmers, the house- wives . . . Well, Math is important. Our Math Department consists of Business Arithmetic, General Math, Algebra I and ll, Plane and Solid Geometry, trigonometry, and College Algebra. The modern mathematicians lp., 4- X Mary Lou Smith, Mary Osborne, Annette Slessman Judith Stull, Nancy Bowman. LATINI AMICI Latin helps us To understand The lives and cusforns in our neighboring lands and To develop a bener understanding for a Cultural and well-rounded life. "Q,-, 'af if , fp w----f O ,Q ...K 'W-K, BOOKKEEPING CLASS FIRST ROW: Judy Weible, Jerry Weimer, Bonnie Winebrenner, Lew Wolfe, Kerry Radcliffe, Linn Walker. SECOND ROW: Suzanne Renkerberger, Diann Richards, Bill Scheurich, Phillip Steel, Marilyn Streeby, Robert Stump, Linda Tompkins. THIRD ROW: Shirley Morr, Bill Neal, Larry Ober, Bonnie Osborne, Patricia Powell, Jerri Parker, Allen Petersen, FOURTH ROW: John Hoover, Nancy Johnson, David Koenig, Nancy Langford, Dwight Leiich, Nancy Marsh, Jerry Mendenhall. FIFTH ROW: Elton Crowe, Larry Donley, Norma Engle, Roger Forker, Julia Fraze, Linda Friskney, Carl Fry, Sam Harlan, Dick Helm. SIXTH ROW: Linda Addis, Judy Auld, John Bonner, Jerry Burton, Jeanefte Campbell, Carolyn Conrad. SHORTHAND CLASS FIRST ROW: Sherry DeGroff, Linda Friskney, Ruth Mc- Guire, Charleen Kirkpatrick. SECOND ROW: Nancy Johnson, Becky Keister, Lorene Bohenberger, Suzanne Renkenberger, Janice Engle. THIRD ROW: Beverly Bur- ion, Norma Engle, Kathryn Black, Kay Cole. I K TYPING CLASS FIRST ROW Bill McClanahan Jane Black Beverly Weber. SECOND ROW: Jon McCreery, Barbra Troyer, Sharon Horine David Cory Kerry Radcliffe THIRD ROW: Sarah Younis, Lois Halsey, Rosemary Bair, Paul Trowbridge Leslie Alwine FOURTH ROW Joyce Harlan, Linda McGuire, Patricia Moore, Roger Forker Danny Puppenger FIFTH ROW Shirley Clouse, Donna Cooper, Connie Boggs, George Younis. In the Commercial Department the future accountants, secretaries, a n cl business- career-minded men learn to take dictation, to transcribe, and to type business correspond- ence correctly. 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'UN 5 ,f 15 V' ' PM : if I ' QW" , , ,, . V ,Qi-:lx I i Mlm ,. 'be 0 'Hu-...-ffilfifii: ' ff :N R FIRST ROW: Sharon Mowry, Freedom Murphy, Larry Ober, Linda Ohlwine, Bonnie Osborne, Darryl Owen. SECOND ROW: Jerri Parker, Judy Parker, Robert Parsons, Nancy Plank, Pa? Powell, Mary Prucinsky. THIRD ROW: Jim Renkenberger, Diann Richards, Norma Rosenogle, Schuster, Connie Smith, Phil Steel, FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Srreby, Jerry Taylor, Sharon Taylor, Linda Tompkins, Robert Treesh, Diana UI-il, FIFTH ROW: Sieve Weber, Jerry Weimer, Mort Wicker, Bonnie Winebrenner, Lew Wolfe, Danny Workman. SIXTH ROW: Frank Young. CLASS OF 1961 . . . . . . THE SOPHOMORES 9 A 1' Q i f", Sf Lisa, Af kill A115 Z 1'i,S3" L-f I -i,,?,?V Y H511 -.ii , .,.1i:ff , T , 'ff -2 f ' 3? - ' if if ' is 7 , g s 1 ,A ,Q A A V ,WW A L W -1, A Q4,ffv.j2 f' , y K I - , - ' gn. ' IQ ' I Q Uifmxzlfiu "A N A 5- yy ' ., J 7295" V if ffgw F 2 :gl si W 4, ' 5 2? k : F ,, f --5 X zig M . 1. , , A-5 V , X' K, 533 5:5 vm-Q , if A. I ' ' it" 1 A Wk 1 TQSFZ ? MALL x A W I 2 3 S ' A A .. L ff, A ,, 7' aw , ,L ' Y K W K ,ig 3 ,732 K , Q L W I 4, K w 1 , y I 4 5, " T 'iq M , 3.5 x '2 2 if ,W S ,K 5 Q, A Q im 1 g ,QIT5 E52 -y . ., sf was n -ww - .M s + 1""T"" uv J . Y--v he l W vga- y M : H: XX ' 9. '57 Wim '77 No Photo AVAILABLE FIRST ROW: Garry Allen, John Auld, Rosemary Busz, Trumin Brown, Ross Cole, Duane Dreibelbiss. SECOND ROW: John Gill, Terry Grayless, Jack Guthrie, Tommy Harlan. THIRD ROW: Connie Herrman, Larry Jeffries. THIRD ROW: Gary Keister, Karen Kolkman, Jill Lindsey, Vidci Lindsey, Dawn Lung, Kathleen Lydy. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Matteson, Martha McBride. EIGHTH GRADE . . . . . . CLASS OF 1963 HT' 3 FIRST ROW: George Owen, Richard Petrie, David Pippenger, Billy Ann Rawles, Marsha Richman, Alta Rickey. SECOND ROW: Fonda Ross, Diana Savoie, Gloria Smith, Sandra Smith, Lyle Speaker, Paula Steel. THIRD ROW: David Thomas, Lynn Thompson, Doris Weber, Nancy Weber, Patricia Weber, Racine Wicker. 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'wi 5 mrhvitg X WM k iffy A 141-,wi ' I , ,A wwf , 3 'ffm Q M5135 W J' 'gm f gg ef' ' Bt! .ff ttf'-S7 1 COACH MACY, COACH PLATT OUR TROPHIES! 011' ,..-P---r SPORTS AT THEIR BEST STUDENT MANAGERS John Hoover Bull Neal Joe Frymuer GRADE TEAM-FIRST ROW: Jack Davis, John McClanahan, Duane Dreibelbiss, Ross Cole, Gary Allen. SECOND ROW: Mr. Platt, Coach, Robert Conrad, Lynn Thompson, Trumin Brown, George Owen, Jack Guthrie. THE FUTURE TROJANS!! GRADE TEAM CHEERLEADERS Fonda Ross, Louise Young, Diane McWtlliarns X 53 THE TROJAN RESERVES! "B" TEAM CHEERLEADERS Barbara Osborne, Bonnie Osborne fr V4 5- "B" TEAM-FIRST ROW: Mr. Platt, Coach, Bob Treesh, Robert Parsons, Lowell May, Jerry Weimar, John Bortner, Roger Rawles. SECOND ROW: Bill Mclntyre, Jerry Burton, Dennis Carter, James Grayless, Danny Workman, Kenneth Koenig, Ronnie Pyle. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Leslie Alwine, John Winebrenner, Dennis Carter, Art Grawcock, James Grayless, Carl Donley. Our Fleet-footed Men Fly! Coach Macy whipped another fine Cross Country Team into shape for another good season. Track flying high 5 7 f of arf, WZ wHi04yQl1b Q g 6. ,xlfyl Q M My gg. ff" SM 5, l," i M jk: if THE COUNTY CHAMPS! THE VARSITY-FIRST ROW: David Mitchener, Danny Workman, Maury Mclntyre, James Grayless, Ronnie Streby, Jon Brown. SECOND ROW: Bill McClanahan, David Koenig, Ormin Brown, Art Grawcock, Burt Mawhorter, John Winebrenner, Coach Macy. 1958-1959 SCHEDULE Albion Ligonier , ,, 55 Albion Kendallville , 7,,7 M58 Albion LaGrange ,, 7,Ea,, 76 Albion Wolf Lake ,L ,,,,, 69 Albion Wawaka L L,,,, 47 Albion Huntertown ,, , 68 Albion Butler ,,L,,, LLL,, L,,,LLL 7 6 Albion Cromwell L, ,,,,,,, 55 Albion Avilla ,,,,, 69 Albion Rome City ,,,,,,41 COUNTY TOURNEY Albion Avilla ,,LL ,e..,,,, 5 4 Albion Cromwell ,,,, W 51 Albion Wolf Lake LL,,, ,,,.,, , 56 Albion Riverdale , ,,,,L A,,,,,, , 69 Albion Churubusco ,,,,, 7.,,,,,7 6 8 Albion ,,,,, ,,,,L,,, L arwill ,,LL 7,,,,, 7,53 Albion Garrett L, ,,L, 74 Albion 7,,, ,, 7,,Laa V"aterloo 52 Albion ..etoi. .,,,,, ,,L.ooo 7 O Albion -olumbia City , ., 68 Albion South Whitley 6 L, LLL,, L53 Albion Albion Albion SECTIONAL TOURN EY Avilla Cromwell be oooooo , 32 40 Howe Military LL,L,,,,, 46 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Pat Powell, Jeanette Campbell, Bonne M Clanahan. Albionw , 76 Avilla , H 54 Albion 74 Cromwell 7 51 Albion ,, 71 Wolf Lake 56 Bn THEN CAME THE COUNTY TOURNAMENT County Champs Again! We played K d we played lf? SYS d phyed THEN LITTLE 14 VJ as Y. FIRST ROW: David Mitchener, Jon Brown, Coach Macy, Ronnie Streby, Bill McClanahan. SECOND ROW David Koenig, Ormin Brown, Art Grawcock, Maury Mclntyre, Burt Mawhoner, John Winebrenner. THE COUNTY CHAMPS!!! ,aa wwf " -1 I 1 4 A l BY LITTLE WE CUT DOWN THE NHS!!! Senior Fleet-footed Men of Cross Country LESLIE ALWINE ART GRAWCOCK CARL DONLEY The Senior Trojans of The Hard Wood ART GRAWCOCK DAVID MITCHENER The Long Man of Basketball The Troians' Man of Finesse ,I il"- 4x""' ' fgguzflkxffrf 'lf'-s'fL,1 fo M Q' :givtdv "Sis-1' ll slr ,N-, j Q A Q -ef,-S ' I f TM 1' '-'TPA Bw Twin t 'ly ., , it J THE QUEEN CONTESTANTS, ESCORTS, ATTENDANTS FIRST ROW: Nancy Plank, Richard Helm, Jane Petersen, Bill Mclntyre. SECOND ROW: Jeanette Campbell, Julie Fraze, Connie Smith, Barbara Osbome, Erlene, Shouse, Jane Marquiss, Bill Neal, Master of Ceremonies. The Senior Queen, Escort, and Attendants. Nancy Beck, Basketball Queen, Phil Cole, Her Escort, Carolyn N ,un Slolllmanf Linda F'l5lmeY, Annette Slessrnan, Attendants. it ? A tg 5 11 -if 251' rt aiu A -QM' 1: , --f- V-1-M"-: Q -N..u,,,,,,. X ......, El, ' " .,w1v,.., ,W W- - ' 'N V '14, Q NANCY BECK The Queen FIRST ROW: Phil Carter, Nancy Plank, Nancy Marsh, Judy Parker, Mr. Worman, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Sam Harlan, Frank Young, Larry Donley, Art Grawcock, Gerald Klopfensfein, Charles Owens, Lynn Speaker, Jerry Campbell, Jim Renkenberger, Robert Parsons, Walter Aliimus, Jon Brown, Richard Coates, Jack Workman, Freeman Dresslar. Projection Club in Action. Phil Carter, Charles Owen, Gerald Klopfenstein, Art Grawcock, Jack Workman. 0 C isa , Q Q F.F.A. OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Allen Petersen, Ed Wright, Carl Donley, Mr. Worman, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Richard Pippenger, David Koenig, Richard Coates. F.F.A. GREEN HANDS FIRST ROW: Don Hickman, Larry Staton, Jim Luther, Kevin Gaerte, John Seeley, Jack Owen, Mr, Worman, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Joe Prucinski, Larry Norris, Gene Weber, Kenneth Koenig, Barry Regan, Phillip Hakey, Robert Wells. THIRD ROW: Don Brown, Selby Gimmell, Walter Campbell, Paul Strong, Terry Brum- baugh, Harold Elsor, Kenneth Brumbaugh, Forrest Camp- bell, Roger Rawles. F.F.A. ROW ONE: John Seeley, Richard Pippenger, David Koenig, Allen Petersen, Edward Wright, Carl Donley, Richard Coats, Mr. Worman, Advisor: Jack Owen, Jim Luther. SECOND ROW: Kevin Gaerte, Forest Campbell, Freeman Dressler, Don Brown, Phillip Hakey, Gene Weber, Roger Rawles, Joe Prucinsky, Daryl Owen, Selby Gimmell. THIRD ROW: Larry Staton, Paul Strong, Frank Young, Barry Ragan, Harold Elser, Robert Wells, Kenneth Brumbaugh, Jim Renkenberger, Paul Trowbridge, Robert Treesh, FOURTH ROW: Terry Clouse, Robert Parsons, Terry Brumbaugh, Walter Campbell, Sam Harlan, Art Grawcock, Roger Forker, Steve Hollopeter, Robert Stump, Kenneth Koenig, Larry Donley, Don Hickman. Q-0-' .-an p- fr LAND JUDGING TEAM FIRST ROW: Daryl Owen, Jim Renkenberger, Freedom Murphy. SECOND ROW: Frank Young, Robert Parsons, Robert Treesh, Larry Donley. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Connie Boggs, Janice Engle, Carolyn Conrad, Rosemary Treesh, Kathy Black, Nancy Beck, Judy Vice, Lorene Bohnenberger, Mrs. Weimer, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Mary Keister, Janet Treesh, Joyce Owen, Gloria Hoover, Judith Stull, Sherry DeGroff, Judy Moore. THIRD ROW: Barbara Beckley, Judy Auld, Judy Parker, Linda Addis, Nancy Marsh, Nancy Plank, Jane Marquiss. FOURTH ROW: Toni Leathers, Becky Keister, Martha Cole, Karen Forker, Carol Edsall, Erlene Shouse, Jerri Parker. FIFTH ROW: Patty Kiester, Julia Fraze, Barbra Troyer, Linda Huntsman, Mary Lou Smith, Betty Singleton, Linda Weimer, Helen Petrie, Jane Petersen. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS How to live at home is an important factor and our school helps to meet this problem. Because most of our girls will spend a great part of their lives in the home, some of the day for the home economics student is devoted to home making. Experiences in gracious living are a part of these lessons. Some of the phases of 2' the home economics course are child care, family relations, home management, sewing, and food preparation. Home Economics Laboratory Proiect . G9 I. I xo I J C f' F.H.A. OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Carolyn Conrad, Secretary, Rosemary Treesh, Vice-President, Kathy Black, President, Nancy Beck, Secretary, Mrs. Weimer, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Janice Engle, Connie Boggs, Song Leader, Lorene Bohnenberger, Proiecf Chairman, Judy Vice, Historian WQMAKFRS O O Q ' 2, S, Q, Ffa fi if Q 6 V Y 'Q 5 - 6? o mx NEW H0 P X i CAST-FIRST ROW: Ernest Young, Ed Wright, Joe Frymier, Dennis White. SECOND ROW: Mary Osborne, Nancy Bowman, Pat Prucinsky, Mary Lou Smith, THRID ROW: Jane Black, Annette Slessman, Barbra Troyer, Martha Cole, Nancy Beck, Suzanne Renkenberger, Ruth Mcguire, Janice Engle, Carolyn Stohlman. FOURTH ROW: Bill Neal, Dave Mitchener, Gerald Klopfenstein, Phil Carter, Jack Workman, Phil Cole. CURTAIN TIME! Slowly at 8:00 P.M. the curtain rose and the Senior Class began their presenta- tion of "A Ghost of a Chance." Martha Cole and Phil Carter and Annette Slessman and Monte Bowman played the parts of a harrassed young couple trying to get settled in their new home. Barbra Troyer and Beverly Burton played the part of the bride'sf mother while Nancy Beck, Phil Cole, Carolyn Stohlman, and Jack Workman did the ghost parts. The play, "Not in a Thousand Years," was given during their iunior year. The class gave splendid performances and they can well be proud of their production. SS! Q80 Curtain Call Excitement Enchanted HONCR AWARDS BARBRA TROYER ANNETTE SLESSMAN Valedicforian Salufaforian Mr. Thompson awards Jane Black fhe Betty Crocker Home Maker's Award. IQ s,-2 N f Mr Thompson Awards Barbra Troyer The Srlver Medal for the Mr Macy Awards Carl Donley The Pea Picker of the Year Dlstrncf Rotary Oraforncal Contest Award 99 The GR PEVI ll QNX' ALBION-JEFFERSON SCHOOL, ALBION, INDIANA, DECEMBER 19, 1958 GIRLS TALK AT ROTARY ....o..- A very excitlng and plwasam eq- perlence same to Barbra 'Pruyen Nancy Bowman und Ani:-Alw slegs. mln, wha-n the-5' were null:-d lo xive a report of Lheir smy an Hoosier Girls' Sum- to the' Albion Rotary club. Barbra. told abouz. the flrsm three days 3-Z Girls' Stale, Saturday. Sunday and Monday: Nmnvy guve un account nl' llw prow-emllngs mx Tuesday. Vl'e:lm-sd.u.y mid Thurs- day and Ahnattu- 1-epmwwl cu uw evemg uf lfrlduy. Saturday xml Sumlny. The girls included in their talks lhvir lmpresslonf of Glrla' State. .. ..,,, ,,.. - 0. ..Y, -.....- DO YOU KNOW HIM? A5 l wus going llimllgh uw lmll-. nf Albion High. l "spiral" rms gow! lonklmlg "Sh0ik'. Hrs wlll lil-'S blond.-: hvff 1 F? 555 1 , fx 'a fs. .L ,.L:. Q E P f Liv gf, A ... if lx L. -' Q FN f ls 41, l f CHRISTMAS PROGRAM ...UL The annual schnol Vhristmas program. sponsorvenl by mlm Sludvm lwnxncil, will be przasa-nuwl 10 thu- mculty null xlxe skull'-nl body Ik-- Cvmbe-x' 19. 1953, at 2:U0 l'. M. Thi, high school 4-llolr, directed by Mr, llorihe, will one-yi lhe pm- gl'8U1 with vocal number: of H. Seri- ou.. Ch:-isxmas themv, "'l'hc- Vromxsefl On'-." a Chrlst- mas page-amv, will be pxmeenwd by the Sunlnr Spaucli class The clxulr' wlll lvrovide a xuusimrzll back- ini-Z, The fhoix' and mixes! eusefmble Will close- to pmgram with "Tbs- Hullolujah Clioru-a' and "Thr- l4ox'd', Prayer". The purpusv of tha- iuogmm is to plw- vm-h of us nhl- oppormnixy rg ly--sin mn' vacation wlth ihn truw mr-:many and zhv- x-ful spirit gf Vlmstmzm in nur hl-arlx. GIRL OF THE WEEK ...0... "Thy Eyes of Albion are l'lK'n iznnrlle 1-mg im-415 he sl-pln-d. lliill 24 zslllllr, "bn1i.l-Lefballfi Hu and lxia wifi- with luvsr xliree lovely rluldren, Terri. 7 KL-vin' 5, and Kyle, lla rnomhs. live on South Libz-ny Suu-Q-: During lbw intenzeu l asked limi how lil- l:k.-cl ix lxvrl- in Album. lx.. heartily replied. "I low' xt." To complete the lutervi--w I ask- wl him what was hig prvsvm main goal? He said LIIBJ. his present main Kaul was L0 win tha' avr-zzurxal blinks-tbnll tllle. In this vf- wzfh him lots of lm-lf. MERRY PIIRISTMAS, VUAITII' AA,,, 0,,,,,.,,... A Letter to Santa , .,.. In-.-r Santa l'm :mr guru: lu ful. fm xiim-li, rm- "Mem wauiru hm llrrll- lu-re be-- llnv. .Inq gg fl-w 1552- "fear Ssmw, " Please brgzfv .4 pnzmarlli I.:-.izor IO1' the firsl pw-no-i lrrium 'l'i-ana, my rim:-Q for :ln-sv cold l1xo1'!.1:ezS, STUDENTS ON THE AIR ..,,... Smfl--ni- of xhp music' dvpart- mem at Albmn-Jvffenon lligh Svhnnl will bn fucilurml in gt Ppecizpl Dre-sf-nlatzuzi mi XVUWU Aliigh Timr-" nz Z' 30 xv. ni. un Snfurday. ,larxuafy IT 1959. Thi- pwqram cnnsisue 0? numb- :-rg givr-u by the Ensemble. Trios. floyd' Quaziffl and ofher milsical Lqmlrps In order to pm'-idle nu l-xprI-s- -inn fm' ymilll -if this an-a, thi- Fnrr Welym- :adm uallon de- sign'-ll also Pmgvini milled "High 'rrinv' The y-:mmzns havv 3 widv: MU-zllhg aziflw-:uf-V :hruuzhoul ilu: :ln-11 hx lnlhazm, whiu und Mwhl- szun. :mfl .dm-'ilf In-nz vllf- :hrs-e -.mlug haw Ywim wg-ren-rnefl. 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' - ,U ,. .N ., .W Ml, .W ,U J ,. 1 1- ,,1v. ,v . ll...:..v .uf .1 1 ml .. ,- - L' umm mul vmxerifl llwzr zI::1::llg: ul HH I H' , V R' ' ' V' fu' . . Q - , ,Q 1- . 1'- L ' ' . uw 421'-g-v-xv N'-H -R 'Hfwl n 4" fx Nw .A .v I l .,, Q- , :nv mlm I--1' ni Un- umm ff-r I-nl. ,. , . .. 1,4...,,i,, . ' A Q kk 4 -l,L ,1-vl'.- . lu.. A .-I , .., 4 X ' D 7 - -.1 HM, Lg . ,- -Q 'v ..,. IX - -l ' v N. 1 7-'TTA I r Z! X -, ak' .ri lf-fl- X, ., X Q.. . 2 Q, 1 3 .Q P-i 'N . .r""" ,. mn.. ...,. W ---- li: .Q plimcipan, ,many um gel-9. 1 am surf- that wv will All an-ve We wang tn :hunk him. Auslill duh and their lwg ehlldi-en, hm Mr. Mary is me of the bent Im- All the things she dom- during Charm. and Sxeven, are now m- :-om-heg we have eve-r had. :be school year. We all appreciate Sidi mt. 1 When I M 00 North Elm Strut in Asked him what his them. Albion. .4-v TORCH STAFF FIRST ROW: Gerald Klopfenstein, Ernest Young, Phil Cole, Editor, Phil Carter, Joe Frymier. SECOND ROW: Mary Osborne, Lorene Bohnenberger, Nancy Beck, Martha Cole, Annette Slessman, Nancy Bowman. Mr. Tucker and his well organized Safety Patrol nuff' W L ' .ff 1 12 ng 5 ,w"' .Q I i1xiRihk' d 1 ""'iq We Proudly Presenf Our MUSIC DEPARTMENT N 6 s th air" ff . n-txt: '-...s , MIXED CHORUS-FIRST ROW: Carolyn Stohlman, Becky Keister, Beverly Burton, Nancy Beck, Julia Fraze, Linda Friskney, Toni Leathers, Linda Tompkins, Judy Auld, Connie Herrman, Bonnie McClanahan. SECOND ROW: Janice Engle, Susan Clouse, Linda Huntsman, Catherine Seymoure, Elton Crowe, Phil Cole, Ross Cole, Kerry Radcliffe, Betty Singleton, Helen Cole, Erlene Shouse, Barbara Beckley. THIRD ROW: Norma Engle, Diann Richards, Nancy Johnson, Byard Herrman, Ronnie Pyle, David Mitchener, Ormin Brown, Brook Frymier, Roger Tucker, Steve Bailey, Annette Slessman, Sharon Horine. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Horine, Instructor: Connie Boggs, Kathryn Black, Marsha Richman, Monte Bowman, Paul Strong, Art Grawcock, Trumin Brown, Earl Schuster, Barbra Troyer, Nancy Bowman, Pat Powell, Sherry DeGroff. UP AND DOWN THE SCALES WE GO SINGERS ioin the Chorus because they are interested in music. They love to sing and to learn about music. Some of these members have won honors in both the District and State Music Contests. 'SX MIXED QUARTET Judy Auld, Byard Herrmann, Julia Fraze, Earl Schuster. THE TWIRLERS: Diane McWilliams, Elaine Kester, Shirley Morr, Beverly Burton, Judy Weible, Donita McWilliams, Martha Jo Neal. if out fl A BOYS' QUARTET: David Mirchener, Ormin Brown, Byard Herrman, Earl Schuster. l04 ca GIRLS' CHORUS-FIRST ROW: Bonnie McClanahan, Becky Keisfer, Janice Engle, Carolyn Stohlman Nancy Beck, Linda Friskney, Julie Fraze, Pat Powell, Sharon Horine. SECOND ROW: Mr. Horine, In sfruciorp Sherry DeGroff, Norma Engle, Barbra Troyer, Nancy Bowman, Nancy Johnson, Connie Boggs David Miichener, Accompanist. THE MARCHING BAND g 5 ENSEMBLE-FIRST ROW: Sherry DeGroff, Connie Boggs, Norma Engle, Julia Fraze, Barbra Troyer, Nancy Bowman, Sharon Horine, Mr, Horine, Instructor. SECOND ROW: Phil Cole, Ormin Brown, David Mitchener, Earl Schuster, Byard Herrman. The Ensemble has won Superior Rating in the State Music Contest lfor three years. Each year they make a three-day tour, entertaining schools on their itinerary. Last year they gave a program at Indiana University, this year, at Ball State. SENIOR BAND MEMBERS FIRST ROW Charleen Kirkpatrick Judith Stull Kay Cole Annette Slessrnan Sherry DeGroff Kathryn Black SECOND ROW Carolyn Stohlman Nancy Bowman Jane Black Martha Cole Norma Engle THIRD ROW Barbra Troyer Roger Tucker David Mitchener Art Grawcock Joe Frymier, Monte Bowman, Beverly Burton. I JUNIOR CHORUS-FIRST ROW: Joy Strong, Patsy Hartman, Carol Flynn, Jack Gappenger, Gary Allen, John McClanahan, Tye McMahan, Connie Herrman, Janet Bowman, Marabeth Tompkins, Jim Prickett. SECOND ROW: Dawn Lung, Jeannie Weber, John Auld, Dick Petrie, Ralph Crowe, Ross Cole, David Seymoure, Candy Hiatt, Kathy Lydy, Miriam Treesh, Mr. Horine, Director. THIRD ROW: Becky Freeman, Diana Savoie, Diana McWilliams, Marsha Richman, Lynn Thompson, Trumin Brown, Jack Guthrie, Doug Forker, Pam Frymier, Louise Young, Mary Lee Miller. GIRLS' TRIO: Sherry DeGroff, Connie Boggs, Sharon Horine. Superior Rating in State Music Contest. .....,, District and State Math and Latin Contestants SENIOR BAND-FIRST ROW: Barbara Beckley, Martha McBride, Charlotte Young, Elton Crowe, Patricia Singleton, John Auld, Erlene Shouse, Norma Engle, Carolyn Stohlman. SECOND ROW: Jane Marquiss, Linda Tompkins, Judith Stull, Sandra Smith, Barbra Troyer, Toni Leathers, Linda Weimer, James Grayless, Jack Hartman. THIRD ROW: Sharon Horine, Nancy Bowman, Betty Singleton, Pat Powell, Monte Bowman, Doug Slessman, Robert Ketcham, Roger Tucker. Music is a part of Albion Jefferson High, and it is traditional that we have a good band. This band plays at many of the home games and participates in the local concerts and the county musical festivals. Several individuals of this band have entered and have won honors in both the district and State Music Contests ......-fin: ., if -l - GL-1 JUNIOR BAND-FIRST ROW: Judy Steel, Michele Black, Nancy Britt, Beth Black, Diana Smith, Carole McDonald, Cindy Parrish, Becky Krauter, Sally Thompson, Beth Stringfellow, LaDonna Cole, Elaine Kester SECOND ROW- Mr Horine Director- Diana Hawk Jerr Youn James Stull Loren Ma Wayne - - - 1 1 1 Y 9' I Y, Clouse, Donna Poage, Alan Hass, Terril Brown, John McClanahan, Jim Prickett, Jerry Sorgentrei. THIRD ROW: Martha Jo Neal, Patty Bowman, Carol Jacob, Kathy Weber, Bonnie Miller, David Se ymoure, Ann Pearson, Patty Singleton, Miriam Treesh, Diana McWilliams, Janet Bowman. FOURTH ROW: Sandy Shouse, Marabeth Tompkins, Becky Freeman, Patsy Hartman, Carol Ann Flynn, Candy Hiatt, Mary Miller, Louise Young, Pam Frymier, Cecelia Amerosa, Judy Black. iw SENIOR BAND-FIRST ROW: Annette Slessman, Jane Black, Trumin Brown, Martha Cole, Julia Fraze, Kathryn Black. SECOND ROW: Kay Cole, Brook Frymier, Richard Petrie, Linda Huntsman, Joe Frymier, Beverly Weber, Marsha Richman, Judy Auld, Sherry DeGroff. THIRD ROW: Mr. Horine, Director, Ross Black, Charleen Kirkpatrick, Bonnie McClanahan, Lowell Black, Lowell May, Ormin Brown, David Mitchener, Art Grawcock. David Mitchener-"Sh adrach, Me- shach, and Abednegof' i. SOPHOMORE BOYS' QUARTET: Elton Crowe, Steve Bailey, Byard Herrman, Earl Schuster. IO? Cl so 2 ,D xi' . W? Q' , VJ' -'Ss xr GAA.-FIRST ROW: Mrs, Lantz, Bonnie Osborne, Mary Osborne, Jeanette Campbell, Bonnie Wine- brenner. SECOND ROW: Sharon Mowry, Joan Herendeen, Penny Black, Judy Weible, Charlotte McDonald, Diann Richards, Diana Uhl. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Conrad, Becky Keister, Judy Burnworth, Helen Cole, Judy DeGroff, Rosemary Treesh, Rosemary Bair. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Streby, Patty Kiester, Nancy Bowman, Catherine Seymoure, Martha Cole, Jerri Parker, Julia Fraze. tif FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Helen Cole President Ron me Pyle Susan Clouse Barbara Osborne Kay Ann Bloom 1 a-gg lin '77-1 k L is was ,C JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: John Winebrenner, President, Donna Cooper, Sarah Younis, Shirley Clouse, Burt Mawhorter. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Danny Workman, President, Earl Schuster, Sandra Horsewood, Pat Powell, John Bortner. 4 , x., YQ? " .. ,S H3 ,Q I 1 A


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