Alexandria Monroe High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Alexandria, IN)

 - Class of 1936

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If . ll. I . I -. .1 - Dedlcatlon To Prm rpal V M Evans The W1ZGTd of Cz Lrherty ard Dorothy Wall Steppma on the Lron s tall Where the LION s tall beams' But that Wrzard dldnt know How to make a hrah school go How to keep the freshmen QUIET Or how to treat a senror naht Thrs book IS dedrcated To a man not over rated Who c-ornbmes the Wlzard s act Wrth dlplornacy and tact I ' C' . . "Liberty ends," the Wizard arms 45 fr N W N WN A ,ff Q4 Wg FACULTY Q my Mi N H 2 3 7 QW 'N QQ fl ,Q K B' nz gui ln nl I ,II 'l wi .lj MII Thzws I" I" uwm 'ffl-ff,-, A 1' ff' H? K fl 'L-S,f'?'f?"' ffff"' I'-fs gf .15 wif Jsnffffff 5J,lflQ,'2,,J!-31 ,JJ ff fl Jeff! .f l '1 f 'fbu-upvA-5 5 ,Lal ffffqgdv-mc, EQZCMQ 4 ! f QQ, -- G s-X - J -1-11-A X 'J' , l 1 Y X . f-'N ff-'ff ffffff, ff j f J-IJ LFP f fi, I , W ffff-ff-'V' .Cf fffffff kJ f fJ'Qf ff .ff J 5 ,2,ff Aiwa! Lhfffrlf Vpfvwmo J ffm W A 1--l"-'11 Mk! aOff4-rr-J f 7 ? WLWJ, JS Q J r ' A , F ',z':fK I ffl-2. 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' X :gs X., - f-A fill'-f ffffffffff J ,HQ ,J-'JL JJ ff fl ' J JJ!!-f GLENN M WHITE ZELPHA MOTTWEILER IOHN COOK VIRGINIA HINDS lb CARL SWINDELL L CHRISTINE FOLEY ' -9 PATRICIA PAINTER HENRY BROWN IOHN ALEXANDER MARTHA MONTGOMERY , fl! U ,Q -,, f , I JS A fr h f k I I 2. uf .CQ Q 9' T ,f . I Q I I . 1 -.1 2 Hu. In D , 4- f C' fi l 19 I I 3 ,4 A " I Eff'-lil, 3-ij ll , 'ff JZ ti -'Z if ff? .Z".f"uf'sfT.fN yer' MAURICE LYNCH RUTH THURSTON ELNA MAE CASTOR CHARLES PIERCE MARIE BALSER AGNES CRIST LUTHER DURR MILDRED MILLER IUANITA BROWN WAYNE KAUPFMAN -,H If .Is f -J N r rf A Q- f'-"s ,vfff J' j fffff .r.r.f,-.rv-,,-,,,.,,.Q,,fffAkJ,f ftjkfffgxlf 3-YJ,-fff -4, if MARY KATHERINE KAHLER OUENTIN FOX HAROLD BRANDON VERA CARROLL HELEN AZIMOW CLAUDE BECK IR CHARLES SLOAN ANNABELLE SEXTON LEWIS MCKINLEY LAYTON MCKINLEY J' ffffff jfffffffw X CQ7,,x L gf .15 - f. is ,J 'J r If mr- J sf lg 3 .3 U ', 3' Q . r I Fx wx I I ff I-S ff -Q - f'-'s JCI!!! .1-.1-.1-.1-.f-.f-,,-,,-,,-Q,.',. J, fffl., A, G I jLffJ PH ffffffffff ff MARIE SHRACK LANE ANN HOCKER WALTER PEET FRANCIS MAY FRANCES BENEFIEL IOHN BUCKNER GERALDIN E MILLER MARTHA DAVIS IOHN NORRIS fb Af, , f ,S , r . fl' if .I N' 'V'-f vs J GUY ARNOLD Ok A l 1 L 5 I 6 v 1' ' ' V "2"Zf:z:,..,. , ff f -l'.l'Jf,:,. , xv' .f 7D . in JJIJ' -1' L-?fff,,-fff T -ff V Q - 14 fd ,fffnr J' j fffff fff,ffffffJffffAkJiff kffnfl ffff J 'ff I VIRGINIA ALVORD FRANK MCCLEAD FREDA GOODING IOHN LATCHAW WILLIS DRAPER A 5 VELMA SMITH ROBERT FULLER 3' 6 DORIS BUTTLE "' LORAN WARNER RUTH STAHLHUTH T' , ,, sw ,,,,,f My 9 fffff X. ZIQ'Qv.Ifl ik li' gf .rs - I . S is Q, I1 V I .,-,J vs ,I . ,lv 0 I A 4 I f? 1 r l. 'u 4? If vs Q, U K 'h If ' ' w ' A Q' 'L " fn A-iff I fffff M-EJ, sb!!-fff I-IAZEL WILLIAMS I-IAZEL LITTLE KENNETH DERRY WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT VIVIAN RAY LOIS BENNETT MARGARET KOPLIN MARIORIE HARMAN ROY MCCONNAUGHEY kb ' ' 7 05 42 f AV' 'ff fxx .IN J- T!-ars, QW in fff , I L. ,fffff .gi . ...,-'x ' -4- 'L' Q I6 I f ,S - I . w J' I GERALD SULLIVAN I I R r fd Sl -'S 715-.A A S ff fl fb f' fffffff 4 FANCHEON WORDEN PATRICIA ROTHINGHOUSE KATHERINE ROSENBERGER WAYNE FERGUSON CHARLES ARNOTT IUNE FERGUSON ROSEMARY GRIFFIN ROBERTA BUNDY ALBERTA WILSON f-ff' Pff .f- ffff Qfvf-ip fffffvfvj ,fffffffwf Q QV 752 Zi 11 'Lf' ,o , 8 gi If J ,f 1 A CHARLES NOBLE 'NT U , 'L ay . A Q N X' I ' f I I I ff AL Q - Ji f-fs Jcrfrl j .iff IUDITH CHAPMAN VIVIAN KESSLER HOWARD HARTWELL GRACE KIRK WAYNE PORTER CARRIE SULLIVAN ROBERT WILSON DELORIS MARLEY RUTH PEET 'IHELMA ETCHISON KT f X " f' -I' 1 f ff'f'f'-ff-J .- I8 I JS - f. 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Kuhn ------ Bill llndsor --------- ---- -Vice Margaret lllletts Maxine Hlday ----- Katie Slone ------ Glenn Stuokey ---- lillian Slone ---- Genevieve Mohler- Ted Donahue ---- -- -----Assistant --------Student --------Student --------Student --------------Preslaens President --------------Secretary --- ---------- Treasurer ----------------Sponsor Sponsor Council Council Council Class Colors ------------- Blue and White Robert Kuhn Bill Windsor Margaret lilletts Maxine Hlday William Thumna Esther Harman James Summers Barbara Baller Helen Brown Keith Johnson Louise Cox Evelyn lhately Ruby Savage Mildred Nacoff Robert Schier Orville Nright Keith Fraundorfer William James alone Ted Donahue Robert Stephenson Mary Mae Cunningham Edward chmidt Joe Sullivan S Donald Davis '7 2 f-'x fill-fx ffffffffff R J , jg j 1133-f '-If off W fff "'-'Cf I Julius Donoff Harriet bhirk Roland lalicoat Jean Medsker Billy Oliver Bob Randall James Swisher Bennie Snelling Juanita Boothe Willis Gaither Nell Perry Teresa swindell Quentin dllson Genevieve Mohler Alnslee Hood largareth Weis Delores Ballard Lewis Johnson lary adna Thorn Malcolm Chapman Don Engle Ruth lulvaney Gene Weaver Helen Zettal Jack Mullen Robert Flanders waunitta Allen Sinnett Hudlin Clarence Prix Orville Tobin Charmion Craig Bill Worley Harold Sayre Doris Ruth Brown Thurman Fuller Marjorie Pllis 51.15 - J. ',L,L,1,A -ffg Is jugg If - 17 Jpfub Glfr -,,fuClLfLfL'Lq,1,N fd ff!!-I' Charles Peters Illia Fisher Wayne Gosns l l Heste Clegg Virginia lllson Oren Jarrett lartha llller Howard Dlsbennett Elvin Cunnxnghal Eileen Baker Nina las Purdue Alice larle Smith Rebecca Jones Lucille leed Charles lagee Louise Shraok av lllllan Ford largaret Archer Leona Bess Isaac Devore Chester Johnson Robert Preuette Edward Turner ORK-ORKS lr. Evans: what is a prlls minister? Joe Quinn: Um--er--sh--a preacher at his best. aaa Of all the painful quirks of fateg Of all the trials that men must sufferg Of all the things I'll ever hate Is to be kissed before I pucker. il-O llss french: what can a canary do that I oan't? Harold Brandon: Take a bath in a saucer. 24 I5 r S J - I ,f:12r111,1,1,x Jflk is jyvQA,gj lyk? 11 jab- j'JQFfQFf?r'5 .rvCfzfun111zfzfL. 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JS A J r ' fl 5 , I' .ff T ltrihl R0blnson ------------ ---- Treasurer N l Y I' I A MII s , ru -f1f1,:,:,1,5f1fZf' 55 4n,-IJ -, -nJnlNzf 5111, tg nlgfif- -'grin f Doris wright Martha Smith Joy Thompson Violet Adams Ralph Kane Oliver Hiatt Kathleen lontgomery Clay Babcock Mildred Thurston Jim Johnson Elmer Bovers Delorls Miller Kenneth Howell Wanda Brown lax Lawrence Jim Foley Florence Lennis Lloyd Gaither Robert Dyer lary Aldridge Jack Allen Betty Smith Bill Alexander Dorothy Richardson Naomi Castor Lloyd Ferrer lery Auler Richard Schafer Warren Metcalf Betty Trimble leldon Metcalf Virginia Willis Dorothy Stehlhuth Frances Hooker Eugene Allen 6 Jemee Griffin f' fffff, ffRJjs fl-'CCJ-.Q LJ? ff, f W ffffffff? 'qfTJ3fUQJ4fCfz,- g'1di?JfgL val Hnfjvapf- uzpflnfr , JQn,vn,- "L1k3, Ruth Ulmer Junior Vollenhals Mildred alexander Arthur Hollingsworth Irvin Latchaw Charlotte Downey Robert Canup John McGinnis Pearl Thurston Clyde Chafin Everett Redding Virginia O'Bryant Mary Goodwin Charles aayre Roy Cleaver Robert Noble Robert Ford Amelia Drake James Humphries Jewel Williams Mary Scherer George Morris Lucille Allen Ralph King Verlie Castor Emaline Hinton John Painter Mary Etohlson Mae Peters Mildred Pate Max Kauffman Gladys Williams Jean Little Lorraine Miller Grace Edwards 71 Robert. Anon J I' gf I9 7,11 .f Richard Cox Bruce Kildow Gerald Anderson Sam Jones Lucille Young Maxine Conner Marlston Cook Martha Ledford Sherill Fox John Morgan Betty Ann Laws Dorothy French Dale Blecklidge Norma Dickey Marie Ferguson Monis Haag Mary Harrison marl Miller Elizabeth Washburn Robert Watkins William Wright ORK ORKS Much harassed Editor I've got three pages ot calendar and I want only two Ruth Thurston That will make it just right t's going to be reduced one third eau A Furry Tail Once upon a time a polar bear sat on the ice telling a story to three little polar bearsies Suddenly she got up and left them 'lhy don't you 'My tale is told' she said lelfl' Miss Pemberton Nhat ls the motive in that composition? of Tzychinosky s I just played? Bill Thumma Sounded like revenge ill' Miss Hieatt You can't go on after that monkey not Billy Jim Slone Why? Miss Hieatt They might think 1t's an encore. t , : . . I finish the story?W they called after her. 5 1 8 I'-fs ,czlrf A If flu WW .fff-.r'.f.f.fv:.-,,.,:, Alberta Humphries Robert Vogel Geraldine Anderson George O'Bryent Orville Johnson Phyllis Freeman Robert leteon Rosemary Highhaugh Evelyn Hoop Devid Bragg Iilllal Hale Dorothy Allen Glenn Geiling Maxine loClead Glen Johnson letllda Swift Louise Allen Vlr 11 Cochran 8 lee Newcomb Robert Tomlinson Freshman Class Warren Ludlow President Alberta Humphries Vice President Russel Ihne Fred Disque Barbara lay Eugene Allen Class Colors Sponsor Assistant Sponsor Student Council Student Council leroon and White Beuleh Fole I Robert Rothinghouee frenees lhetsel ltriem Perry 29 f 15 - f . ll f""""""-I-.1-.ff.f.fff f J Sfdig iff H-If Jyff "Cf J' Robert Vogel --------- Secretary-Treasurer f-fs JCI!!-I' .1-.1-,,-,, A If .r I ff, f -,-J-ffl.,-.1-vz,-,,. -Cf I v' ,r J' J' Vgf v' 'Ja LQ..-' 0 Robert Inglis Frances Cox Jack Beemor Margorle McKowen Harry J Sullivan Joe Meyer Mary Morgan Edwin McGinnis Ralph Jones Evelyn Davis Harvey Warner Anna Johnson Duane Batler Murray Lawrence Dorothy Donahue Eugene Cox Phyllis Cook Charles McConnaughey Harvey Marquand Walter Carver Otis Kelly Barbara Wood William Ervin Paul McFarland Verle Allen Harold Miller Uva Aldridge Fred Schmidt Anthony Prieshoff Joe Quinn Charles Mottweiler Mary Craig Edgar Frazee Ellen Cummins Billy Mitchell Betty Sexton Sli gf 15 - V . 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I see it now The thoughtful look On the face of the cow 'S 15 f. I I' 4. 3 0 9 ' ' - 1 1 Q -A 4 I 9 cg ' fl 1 I 5 Norman Jones .4 1 .- ,L I Q 4 A Q ' ,A .,. 4 -7 5 4 M.. . Jumrn Hzgh Sc hoo! Harriet Powell Harold Jones Agnes McCarty Red and Gold ugene Jones, John lr Clyde Albin lary Lou ledsker Jluxny Huffine Alwina Wehsollek Old Gold and Black 7B CLASS Scott 7A CLASS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Class Colors Yell Leaders Claes Sponsor President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Class Colors Donna Belle Thor , Miss Mary Noble Russell luey Bob Zedekar Yellow and Blue 8B CLASS Bob Frsundorfer Yell Leaders Class Sponsor Vice President Secretary Treasurer Class Colors Patricia Carroll, lsry largaret Lee Yell Leaders lisa Helen Brannon Junior Williams Harry lay Evelyn Illson lerle Perry Red and lhlte Betty Hulphrey, lr Dale Braun BA CLASS Gilbert Soredlin Class Sponsor President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Cless Colors Yell Leaders Class Sponsor n .... Byron Morgan ------ ----------------------- President f'-'x I -fs serif: "V'-"fv-.,- fffb ff' ll fl' ff-f""""""'-" fffffff N441 H-ff v-,l f A 3'9- J , Bessie Feighner James Foley Genevieve Shrack Harold Wilson Evadine Disbennett Robert Zedekar Patricia Carroll Byron Morgan Mary Margaret Lee William Woods Earl Bassett Darlene Maynard Edward Hoever Russel Muey Vivian allen Ora Allen Robert Mason Clarice Redman Robert Fraundorfer Mary Evelyn Pherson Winona Nalker Dick Toby Geneva Sylvester Clayton Jarrett Earl Moore Betty Whetsel arthur Tobin Jean Mobley Donna Jean Parish Alwina Wehsollek Donald Alvord George Martin Betty MoK1se1ck Dwight Inman Mary Alice Heritage Robert Williams fd ,ffgf-f f f-.1-,,,.-,,,,fff aJ,,6,,q.gvJ-Q, ,JJ-.ff .,,1a,Jf xgyfff AQ, Vera Mae Cartwright Reese Mikels Margaret Cleaver Jack Jolliff Mary Stahlhuth Kenneth Miller June Weis Harold Hartley Evelyn Beilhartz Robert Vannatta Deloris McCune Robert Johnson Grace Newcomb Armand Reeves Bernice McClish Charles Marley Phyllll Haas John Miller Betty McK1as1ck Junior williams Arden Gaither Dwayne Chalfant Virginia Gaither Leo Larrance Betty Nell Humphrey Merle Perry Harry May Lewis Taylor Keith Beilhartz Sharrel Mottweiler Bill Brannon Mildred Creagmile Harry Jolliff Jack Mclillen Avery Humphries Evelyn Roby r 15 I 5 f S J - . fff fig js ITG f Lf? fi fb I' vi-ffl?-'5 ffffffffff J' J l E 3 l f-fx fr JS gcjggvl .f Glenda Nelson Ben Shaeffer Edna Cummins Chlrles Perry Jesse Bowers Joan Cullen Bill Johnson lary Katherine Porter Grace Pate Ray Mason Nema lulvaney Paul Hague Jimmy Huffine Donna Belle Thorne Jack Stanley lartha Danforth Bernice Thurston Harry McGinnis Beverly Weaver Harriet Cunningham Helen Fernung Grace Foley Clara Montgomery Nathan Anderson Donnsbell Arnold Gilbert Spradlln Barbara Rohn Eugene Jones Harold Hartley Evelyn lilson Harold Vanatta lsry Lou ledaker Clair Metcalf Leo Crlstentson Verle Allen Clarence Skagg 36 J'-fx SS! JS Ik JF 1 jo JqfDCf1fZfLq,. J' Hubert Etchison Kathleen Kassel lorris Williams Juanita 01-ihr Nathan Lockwood Alice Tomlinson Robert Henehaw Helen Thomas lerl Walker Juanita Taylor Wendell Woods Harriet Powell Howard Weaver Norma Jean Deery William Hicks Agnes McCarty John Scott Betty Ann Cunningham Robert Dailey Harold Jones Warren Garner Roy Hudlln Leslie Caldwell Betty lcConnaughey James O'Banion Mary Warner Donald Hall Arden Gaither Martha Boyle Robert Williams Alena Hysong 7 Albert Etchlson f H v ' ANA: r A H .7 I 7 w ir' I MALVN NX INFI1' 1Hr1f I I 1 f-s7NN,,A7O PI ffx fm 7,573 UI 'WV I Kg! X' WIS-Qfqx If W f KU qj I gf ACTIVITIES W .wg E W 9 , I 'IX ' -1 ' I-XXX' TX N fl, '55 . 0 515 CI! ffiib x CI 7-5? X f , 4 Us Ay I o 1 If-I d11fffW7fIlJIJ,IWNNWINIIIIILI! fx ig' I ' I S fy 3 I naqm .v Q4 INT., ,5 ' I-If f-'x III! September 3 October November 8 15 Z0 December 5 15 17 20 28 January 3 6 School starts alendar School stops Are we coming or going? School not only actually begins, but one ninth of the year is practically half gone Introducing new music supervisor, llss Loulse Pemberton, who will fiddle, and lr Norman Cotton, all American forward, who is about to do a little coaching llghty freshles display sophles a bathle in the First recitation It's of things, after all in this here man's school brawn if not brains by giving puny creekle kind of good to get back into the swim There ls a little fall baseball going on, but we'rs not doing so good nor so bad Seniors take the lnter class basketball championship just as they did when juniors Ho hum The safe and sane way to roast wleners ls to place them in a popcorn popper larshmallows are more difficult, but lr Stuckey could work out something First basketball game with Prankton, and if we hadn't made that last basket the score would only have been doubled on them Thirty naughty H1 Y pledges initiate Ir Ihne It was only a farce initiation, but they done him wrong Young round-the-world traveler vampe the girls, and the boys begin planning hitch-hlklng trips. Public speaking class members were in agony before asselbly for half an hour. The 15th seems to be unlucky for Charles Pierce. lhat's the lab bill, Charley? Harold Brandon seems to be 'ln the red'. Just a little bloody from his last murder? EEEeeK. Those white junior sweaters really do look collegiate, dldn't they? lajor Bowes bowls them over with his animated amateurs tn the senior class activity program. Of course it was good. 'lagic Nutcracker' and 'Why The Chimes Rang'. Blessed relief until next year. See you in '56, Seniors, here is your number, and lt won't be long now. llndfall lnvltatlonsl tournament. Wal, bust my breaches. Nother win! Alexandria defeats Yorktown ln a football game played with basketball. No casualties . 'The luslc Goes Round and Round' and girls come back to school with diamonds--some from papa, some from Hlm, but all genuine. 40 sf JS Q if 5 1 W J'-ffffffff 51,171 ,JJ 'Eff S-ff af fff vs -f .f C 5 . 9 - 10 26 11 . 15 22 - 25 1 6 - 0 . 7 f-'N IZZI'-f' f IJ f fl' 1' ffffff-'vs -f-f.f:f-.fffff kJ,f J'QQ'vJ'-91 ,, 'nf N-J ,aff -cf February March April li! 8 26 29 I alendar The Tigers trip on a triple overtime with slwood 29 28 rr grrr, grrr fThose are growls, not moansj What was that I memorized for the test? Those softles who let a little snow keep them away from school are disgusting Br r rl Hiram Hayseed entertained the strong hearts who came to school in spite of the rather frozen condition of our terrestlal habitat Do you habitat? Meow Second semester A new teacher, Miss Barbara Varin, starts work It looks as if they have the program all messed up again Juniors and sophomores were likewi e corralled, the seniors clomped in like elephants, and everybody had individual pictures taken Guy Arnold inadvertently sells 500 SPECTRUMS single handed Thanks, pal You Just dldn't know you had it in you 'lant to see my picture? Awful, aren't they?' 'May I see your picture? Why, goo odlu Hi Y club basketball team defeats the previously undefeated Muncie H1 Y team lllllam James Slone and Ted Donahue perform half naked in the Junior class play 'Dlggln Up the Dirt' ALEXANDRIA 16 muncle 15 Anderson draws the soft games in the sectional tourney as usual Postively the only triple-overtime played in the state, and we had to be the ones to triple Boo-hoooo Seniors order announcements from the Balfour Company The Junior class presents Bob Burns on its activity program was good, too, even if Mies Pemberton did play her bazooka A table for SPECTRUM work, and it will be all right if some one doesn't kick the match sticks out from under it le would be a fool not to mention it 'The bushes have begun to bud, And spring is here Complete with mud. A revival of the once annual event--the presentation of an operetta by the glee club and orchestra. Tune Inl Have you been noticing Mr. S1one's car? Very chic in robin' egg blue. It'e a bird of a boiler. Don't let ue kid you. This annual was ln the hands of the pub- lishers long before this date, and we can only anticipate what happened. Our guess--nothing. Hide the matches. Seniors start out to set the world on fire. As the prisoner of Chillon said to the mouse: 'So long, Mick. I hate to cheez1t.' -1 I S51 ,S A jr W ff-ff, IA' I Gff 5 f fe,.f'Qff?'?'?' f-ff '44,- J T 17 - - . - . G , 20 22 - - - 25 . 14 The freshmen were herded into the lab like a bunch of sheep, the 15 - . 24 25 - 27 - ' e 28 ................... .... . 5 . 7 11 . 15 . It 14 1 . 6 14 15 s Y HN rl-:HL In xv 1 Tv : HERE 'Nun RTA FJALS1' . . Hgnnr LHnAnw ' 5 Jwxrgo 9-w.p.g,.,,l.J XvF.-mv rf-Lf 5-1 I Y . -1 A . ! L' . Lx 514- ".E fu -rf5- , ,47 e C0.4NuL-11 .. yd SXHHFL HAY . . 'V , , . . H ,' A. -IYTLE AN ,A E.Y if LW-1"1- 5' . A f ,- '-f ' nr"5E' I Ah .. r.A mis ' ' ' ' 17 R5 2 C x',:jD , cgbzfnin f'-6 AAAI' J' j Jana' Row I Henry Brown, John Cook, William James Slone, Ted Donahue, lr V I Evans Row II lartha Robinson, Jane Ann Hocker, Barbara la Genevieve lohler, larlston Cook, Eugene Allen The Student Counczl The Student Council is composed of members from each of the classes, either elected by class mates or appointed by the faculty. Their duties are to plan and foster activity programs, to arbitrate in affairs of school government, and to suggest improvements about the school which they, as students, think advisable. The council has had a very successful yearg the excellent activity programs being especially appreciated by the student body. A I i , ,.,,.,,. ffvamwf fir , ffffff ll Kcll 3 43 Cs ff.,-Jf"r 1. 'K 33 5' 51.15 - f. f 'J "' J' N I . . . Y' J'-fs ffllf fl' fafufffri fff"""' JJ.,-"fffffJffffANJi5f6f'Q4':rfg'Q,f!jJ"'-ff 'fl ' -fvffff wwf " Row I Ruth Thurston, Agnes Crist, Louise Shrack, Juanita Booths, Jean ledsksr, Virginia Alvord Row II Frances Benefiel, Jane Ann Hooker, Lewis lcK1nley, Robert Fuller, Layton lcKlnley, Rosemary Griffin, Ted Donahue Howard Dlsbennett, Glenn I lhlts The Spectrum Staff larch 27, 1956 Dear Staff , At the present writing, with our book almost ready to go to the publishers, it may safely be said that something has been accomplished Some of you have worked harder than others with no thought of reward other than the personal satisfaction which is now yours Virginia, who worked untirlngly to produce the art work as I could never have dreamed lt, deserves special thanks The precision with which our bookkeeper, Rosemary, handled the precious and eluslve cash kept us from tangles usually inevlt able. To Sherlll Fox, who sold over sixty annuals, q profoundsst awe. To Ruth Thurston, typlst, my gratitude. Juanita Booths, and all other underclass len whose names aren't on the title page worked very hard also. In all, IE were an extra good staff, and THIS is a pretty good book. Jean, I hope that next year your egottsm fares as luckily as nine has. If at any time I have actually hurt someone's feelings, speak to se quietly about it, and I will forgive you. Sincerely Y I x. L' X, . 'rf 00 " 'M 'Q 7 M Jr,-J I 7? ,ft ffflffzf Jzffvf L' Q J' T xl. WA 44 'I-affffyif' Q gf 15 - f . fl JI' . J J f' Jvuzmq, Jazz'L'z':'1fLfL47Q,z,gl5fJn,J2iA,Jm?5ZEEF,4Zf4C3?fCuafIvgyJdZJ4!rqFc?tELuG,zFvzruf 'Q'z1P' Row I Harold Sayre, lr F H Dteque, James Humphries, Oliver Hiatt, Carl Swindell Row II Robert Inglis, Dale Blacklldge, Thurman Fuller, Barney larsh, James Swisher, Junior Smith Row III William Wright, Charles Sayre, Herman Brown, Robert Watson, Robert Prewett, Paul Thurston, Orville Wright, Charles Noble FUTURE FARMLRS OF AMERICA Composed of boys enrolled in the agricultural course, this club sponsors activities primarily of interest to farmers The Future Farmers were happily situated ln a new club and classroom ln the Central Building at the beginning of the last semester As the boys cannot go home for lunch, two ping pong tables and a radio were procured for their entertainment during the noon hour The club also has a basketball team which played a full schedule lr Fred Disque ls faculty adviser 'B f,fv"'wf ' V.,-I '5 ,fl -ff' .frff h ,Q 'jx ww X, ,,.. 45 J . . . i f fl M FP, ff 'fx wg ,xg f-fs I-ZIIJ fffffffff R Lfqf k-ff 'ff bJ fff if 'J The Hz Y The H1 Y club, organized by Ralph Thurston has been a part ot the extra curricular activities of the High School for many years. It is a world vide organization affiliated with the Y. I. C. A. Its purpose ls to create, maintain and extend through- out the school and community s higher standard of Christian character. Each year the Indiana H1-I Association holds tio conferences, the Older Boys' Conference in the fall, and the H1-Y Officers' Con- ference in the spring. Several members of the local club attended the oonfermnee at Anderson last fall. The club consists of about sixty members. Glenn A. Stuckey le the sponsor. Russell H. Ihne is his assistant. leetlngs are held every Tuesday night. fill' I fc 00 4 0- wfffi-,tzys fy- 17, JTIZI' I If - ' LA . 5 Y 'x Z7 , 7, . fy J'-I' x L-s 0 .l'-ICI'-fir,-J' M 46 Sf J5 Q r II!!! fig-I 5 is 11 fb P I r I J- .1-.1'.l'-I'-iifgfe YR J f' gf 3 ,fir fffff JA is ff'5 fl Jul' P ffffffw' .f1f1,1,:,L,z,,f3fLf' kEJ,a,a?j!EggN,42,1i:3Nfsz,vf nzpfJnfgpflzgcgqiznialilif' .f:rL19' Glee Club The boys' and girls' glee club has been more active this year than for several years Under the competent direction of the new music super visor, lisa Louise Pemberton, the club has enter tained on various programs, and has been well recelvld by all who have heard xt sing During the last semester membership in the glee club be came a matter of competition, the members being chosen by special try outs Members of this group, assisted by the orchestra, gave a very sue April 14 f fff v-"Pf fffjwff X. K 'Q-xx! 3 47 ff-ff ,I ceseful presentation of the operetta UTune Inn on 5, .,ml' A ' 5 f' X . X XJ: r I f j K fy 'Q ' J' gf .3 ,fb S J' f jf ffffff, "-"""f-1-.1-,,-,,,,.,ffffA'gJl u,ff'P,,lfJ1J'Q-'ring' gf' ff-fff 'ff ,J Roi I Doris Buttle, largaret Willetts, Ruth Stahlhuth, Robert Ford, Neil Perry, Bill Worley Row II Edmund Beardsley, William Thumma Dale Stewart, Olivo O1lver1 Jack Allen, Charmion Craig, William James Slone, laurlce Kirk Row III lies Louise Pemberton, director, Mary Pdna Thorn, John Miller, Robert Houk I he Or chest: a It is the orchestra which lends tone to many special programs The music ls especially appreciated at class plays and pep seselons, and tne orchestra deserves praise for its excellent work on such occasions Fortunately, as only a few members will be lost by graduation, even better things can be presentation of the operetta, 'Tune Inn, on April 14 It is directed by Miss Louise Pemberton at .fJIfJ' J- J' "2"-f:f 0 A 4 I "7"-af Z' E ,-4, '1'5' f ftnyvtfvinf' 'f J5Cf .-xN 1? Lf X'-N -lb .ffyf gs .I expected next year. The orchestra assisted in the I L' 3 9 4 t , ,Q I , rv, " A . X 1 f-fx fflfsf fff fH JIS f? fe J! fl' ff fffffffff ,du111fL4,2,z,,4fZf' NLLLI' jg5L9j1af1LnfJlznf d1fflnfvJ I Jsnfuff' viflf Alexandria Hzglz School Band The Alexandria high school band has thirty members under the direction of Mr Maurice Collins of Muncie The band rehearses on Monday evenings throughout the entire year It plays for all basket ball games and parades, adding much to the color and spirit of such occasions The scarlet capes and caps make a dashing display when the band in action During the summer months the band gives a series of concerts sponsored by Alexandria merchants ffffrrf fff A ' rj' fU x , V11 I fs X I .,:!y?!:f -fejtfl 5,-.I-sux:-,N-Alf,-I! 7 uf r fp! -dl Sf JS A if . sf' j ' V , r-WS ff I g I I 4 1 gf V dl ,L V32 F b 5. is 45 ? f-fx 1.111-f .QfyA -,A J ffQ lf? 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W5 fd fffrf f ffl, fffff ,fd-'ffffffffffff .f vJf fffff fffffvf Varszty Basketball Team During his first year at Alexandria, Coach Norman Cottom developed a team deserving of the praise and support that were displayed by the students and Tlger fans Although the team was confronted With a diff lcult schedule and handicapped most of the season by illness and ineligi bility, it enjoyed a fairly victorious season In two games the Tigers rose to great heights, defeating lar1on'e celebrated Giants early in the season and luncie'e touted Bearcats in the last game of the Tigers' scheduled campaign Great enthusiasm was shown following the victory over the Bearcats and hopes ran high that the Tigers might again capture the elusive sectional title In their first tournament encounter the Tigers defeated the Elwood Panthers, 25 to 19, and qualified for the semi final round The following afternoon they were defeated by Pendleton's fighting Irish, 54 to 35, in a thrilling, hard fought game that was cllmaxed by a trlple overtime and eventually decided by I H S A A s free throw plan The Tigers didn't win the sectional but they were defeated in a game that will add much to the fame of UAlexandrla's Fighting T1gsrs.' sins Ur I5 L! J '7 S Jcrfrf J' .fZf1I1l1l1y1,1JC,z,z,n!1,z,gfdfzlgingyZEiLN,42,1g:jNf JAIJFQLIJQEJf,jJInH?tE:E,unj2l3fZf94VCrQ11r2fzqptraf fhe Alexandrza Tzgers NILLIAM CAHTNRIUHT, enxor 'Carty a fa t left handed forward was one of the T1gers' main tays during the season He made a fine showing in the tournament game with Pendleton He has been a member the varsity for three years JOHN NORRI senior Johnnieu, is a veteran of three years action season because of illness, he was an important factor in several Tiger victories LUTHER DURR, senior Neewah', six foot, three inch Tiger cente , was the most consistent scorer of the Tigers He was the leading point getter ln the ectlonal tournament, scoring eighteen points in two games QUENTIN FOX, senior Foxlen, guard and captain, led the Tigers victory several times during the season He contributed several points in the Tigers' sectional games This was his second year as a regular CHARLES ARNOTT, senior Chicku, a guard, was one of the Tige best long shots, a fact that accounted for several Tiger victories during the season This was his second year as a member of the var ity IAURICE LYNCH, senior lou, a reserve forward, saw action in most of the games during the season He was a dependable player and a consistent scorer This was his first year of duty on the varsity ROBERT KUHN, Junior Kuhnie', a reserve guard, got his chance because of Arnott's ineligibility and won a regular position This was his first year of action on the varsity JOHN COOK, senior Cookie , an experienced forward, is a veteran of two years of varsity duty He played in several games during the season and was used in the tournament game with Pendleton. WAYNE PORTER, senior. Porter , a reserve guard, saw action in several games this season. This was his first year of duty on the varsity. OLIVLR HIATT, sophomore. 'Ol1ie', Durr's lanky understudy, played in several games during the season. This was his first year of varsity duty. He will probably be one of the main cogs in the Tiger machine next year. 5 gf -If. I Jr If is r J ' T ' s ' . ' H, 's - - , 3 ' . of C ll U' g on the first five. Although he was kept out of several games during the U - . II I - - r . N to . " ' rs' DI ' . ll l 0 UI Il I I ILS 1571 rZILfbfyQJ1z1zL4yQ,q,gf3f,cf'Ltl2inGjQg2h,4Zf4fxLfhunf g1ffdnfQnfqFd?tiLJalZf' v' ,z, 1935 36 BASK TBALL P CO D A.H S OPP November 1 Frankton Marklevllle Hartford City 2 Marion Q fenoleton December Wabash Lanel Noblesville Summltville Invitational Tournament Nindfall January Yorntown 4 iashington Berne Vabash alwood Tipton February Peru Terre Haute Berne Huntington Muncie Sectional Tournament larch 6 Elwood 7 Pendleton Track I eam A good many candidates turned out for the track team this spring lost of them were inexperienced but willing, and under the coaching of Mr Norman Cottom a creditable team was developed Alexandria entered in a number of track and field meets, and although it did not amaee enough points at any time for victory, several blue ribbons were won. lith the experience gained this year, it is hoped Alexandria will have a winning team next season. A picture of the track team was unavailable at the tile this book went to the publishers. 54 gf 15 - f . J - - ' .E F. 32 15 8 43 26 15 29 34 22 25 21 27 X ' 25 28 6 25 28 11 44 17 12 21 29 20 44 26 28 Summltvllle 28 ' 30 20 3 ' 30 H7 10 T 29 34 14 26 36 24 v 34 35 17 7 2B 29 31 21 33 1 37 26 7 23 3C 14 34 38 21 35 33 28 ' 16 15 25 19 33 34 f V V A f.f'.f.r f f f .fQ P ,umcnzvzf Ro' I Luther Durr, Quentin Fox, Guy Arnold, Oliver Hiatt, John Alexander, Julius Donoff Row II Lewis McKinley, Robert Fuller, Charles Sloan, Layton lollnley, Robert Vogel Row III Jack lullen, Wayne Gosnell, laurlce Lynch, John Latehaw, Kenneth Derry VARSITY BASEBALL TEA! Composed of veterans with two and three years experience playing with the Junior legion and high school squads, the baseball team was the strongest to represent the school for several years. The ability of the players to cooperate, together with a powerful hurling staff, produced an all-round fighting nine. In the five games played last fall Alexandria won two and lost three. Alexandria out-hlt its opponent in four of these games. New equipment was purchased at the first of the year by the school for the use of the baseball squad. A complete schedule was played during the season 55 S115 Q f S 1 5 -f1IZ'L'2'3'1r1z2z:lLfLzuf2f3f'rJE14ljU?j!Eg:NfiZf4CELf4g,uf deffJnfgf,!?Di?tE:,fJcfzr- 'Q'T'2qL, J KRW da ,mmm X cv J N my X f J ff! FINIS K' E , v 4 my N PM X T, ff JIM?


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