Alexandria Monroe High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Alexandria, IN)
- Class of 1936
Page 1 of 72
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The graduohng class
Alexandria l-In h School
Evelyn Hueolf faculry advnser
Glenn M Wha+e dlreclor
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Jane Ann Hooker
ALEXANDRIA HIGH SCHOOL
WE brlng you an annua
a httte drfferent from any you have
ver seen before We have not been
onamal when we could plaalarlze
but we have never used an old rdea
where a new one could be made to
do The theme whlch IS taken from
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that thmqs are never what they seem
to be Cn some rdle day we hope thrs
sp1r1t theme Wrh stnke you clean and
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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
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Class of 1936
Colors Block ond Whrte
Glenn M Whrte Presrdent
Zelphd Mottfveller Vlce Presldent
Vrrqrnrd Hrnds Secretory Flreosurer
Henry Brown Student Councrl
lone Ann Hooker Student Councrl
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Bill llndsor --------- ---- -Vice
Maxine Hlday -----
Katie Slone ------
Glenn Stuokey ----
lillian Slone ----
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Class Colors ------------- Blue and White
William James alone
Mary Mae Cunningham
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Joe Quinn: Um--er--sh--a preacher at his best.
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Of all the trials that men must sufferg
all the things I'll ever hate
Is to be kissed before I pucker.
llss french: what can a canary do that I oan't?
Harold Brandon: Take a bath in a saucer.
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Betty Ann Laws
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
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
Miss Pemberton Nhat ls the motive in that composition?
of Tzychinosky s I just played?
Bill Thumma Sounded like revenge
Miss Hieatt You can't go on after that monkey not
Billy Jim Slone Why?
Miss Hieatt They might think 1t's an encore.
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Warren Ludlow President
Alberta Humphries Vice President
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A cud chewing cow
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Rose mary Ledford
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Donna Belle Thor ,
Miss Mary Noble
Yellow and Blue
Bob Frsundorfer Yell Leaders
Patricia Carroll, lsry largaret Lee Yell Leaders
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Red and lhlte
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Mary Evelyn Pherson
Donna Jean Parish
Mary Alice Heritage
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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
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.
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.
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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
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.'
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Row I Henry Brown, John Cook, William James Slone, Ted Donahue,
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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.
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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
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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
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
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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.
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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
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chosen by special try outs Members of this
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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
Row III lies Louise Pemberton, director, Mary Pdna Thorn, John
Miller, Robert Houk
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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
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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
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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'
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
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
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
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
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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.
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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
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
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