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

 - Class of 1938

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'il HERIAN HARRIS Much of the pleasure of our stay in the Alexan aria High School hes been due to the work of Herman than Mr Harris, he is always willing to lens his time dns help to any one who is in need Remembering this, we, the members of the greuuauing class, aedicete Lo hlm this lv38 eoition of the Spectrum 5 Harris. No one coulo wish for a more faithful friend fx GPX I 2' If ALEXANDRIA HIGH SCHCXJL X X I I' W1 UINKWXXXK NWN! NH 5 Mk Mg! I, K Wm M AUNHNHSIRAHUN ga O 4 QW Dil N952 1 f , I Wy U1 Hxflfy ffiffffmffr X I K Q ' UW W 3 I7 WJ lixoflmilwx, X W W ' lfpfxfm 7 ' V1 In ' 6 ' , ' ' R up ...X 1 A f V I ff N3 1 , ' W " ffr i f I 5 f - -rail. vw , YJ-xiii,-x GQ at f an Q flaw? L -XX Q x- if M b f K Og . W'f f' L... if " LH Q, E I 'fff v- ag XA I X TB .Z W N 0 Q ,J A 'I ,U - ff' fx ,fn :sw CSA V I A RQ . Dm. I in ucrfan. 3 -' X A FRANK O. MEDSKER Superintendent VICTOR M. EVANS Prine ipal EVELYN HIEATT RUSSEL N IHNE ROBERT SLONE KATIE COAHRAN SLONF EMMA J PHILLIPS CLAUDE A MUSSELMAN MYRLE RIFE ROXANNA FRA 'VIER .1-Gr 3353 8 SPQGL L7 fm f 12'- if if 5- ff A V X1 6 U ,Q x ' J? X! X 1 I X 5 5 K F . ffm xr 1'1 ' f iiL'J'p-' X' K' IRES! QL: -I I I I, , l : r-'A ' " f 'I A L ,K fy 0, ll . , 12, UI ww 431. JN Y f 4 ., x 1 Q' A, 0 6, V Witomnff' A vf:.,a..,Lnf.,,,'Q'1E'f FRED H DISQUE MARJORIE FOSTER MARJORIE FRENCH MARY MARGARET HASH LOUISE PEMBERTON MARY C DUNN CLYDE ALBIN Assistant Prine ipal GLENN A STUCKEY DALE BRAUN HELEN BRANNON l sf 'T' Y- -Mb li! 3 -Q. M 'XF 39175 ' 5- 9. I' V l Q W fs. A 5- 1 T: ' I l .' .- 1: X Q -5-5 Q L - 3 Q-if - ' C B 'FK A WW N -L. SPECTRUM STAFF F1re.t row from left to rlght Betty Trimble, Weneta Garner, Frances Hooker, Alice Crist, Delores Ellsworth, llilared Pet Betty Prewett, Betty Smlth, llertha Ketchum, Constance Sulll ven, Phyllis Freeman Beck row John Miller, James Griffin, Virgil Durr, We: ren Shlrley, Harry Sulllvan, Free Truebloocl, Rlchero Sloetn, Jim Baker, Kenneth Howell, Eugene Brobet,Richerd Scheier, Shlrell Fox Lnrron IN cumr X CALENDAR 7jlD7Xcjf,wu.6.df AS ISTANT EDITOR if ,mr :nn-on 77l,flJufX', 7'04,CZ.. Busnmss MANAGERS 9y1,,,,,Zf, WMM 'uma U-7347"-C-ld BOOKKEEPLR wear? dwuzh Amxmrc .vznrroa 0,71 la,-fnfv mzsr JUNIOR STAFF 'iff f Ziff ,ififfiff A52 10 - ee V-X' X b N . X x .J my XB 6 x Q 4 'X B FN 52 -,A F1 5 If A X 1 1 e q 114 1 ' X ' ' - 5 W 15155 ,ff f , 5 FX A kggb Exxx ,N U -view I ,- w.Lr Dt?-I ' Qin oetfnfg LfF+- i'fY ' V ' 5 7: Q 5 . ' A rf Y . ' ' ' ev FW 47 W Q9 aff m f Smuum N 4 V Q Walt Dnsnq proiugtuog L VJ as Q -A -'fig vig Rf XS Sxx Q Om --h'wvu D L, LT1 cllil 50' gi' X'mr fa BOB HOUK Clase President 2,3,4 V P H1 Y 1,2,3,4 v P 4 Dance Orchestra Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 pectrum Staff 3 HARTHA ROBINSON Vice President 4 Class Treasurer 2 Student Council 2 Girl Reserves l,2,3,4 Booster Club 4 DOROTHY RICHARDSON Secretary 4 Girl Reserves l,2,4 Booster Club 4 SHIRELL FOX Class Treasurer 4 Boys Glee Club 1,2 French Club 4 Pres 4 Forum 4 Pb1latel1c Club l,2,3,4 Pres 4 Spectrum Staff 2,3,4 Editor 4 Booster Club New Fires 3 RALPH KING Hi Y 4 Track l,2,3,4 DELORES RAY JACK ALLEN Hi Y l,2,3,4 Band l,21374 KARTHA SUITE SINNETT HUDLIU LEWIS JOHNSON use - ::- x.-li QA Tv ' X 0 Til ,sr Q W 'hi x, xii: XX 2 . 53 4 . f... :fn 59'-f '- f . .1 s QP Iifx I ? 'A 3 -G bf, ' 'rv' "k M f f Q fx Q' QF gs an 4- , fa-, Q 1 I11 vm -1 2 sh -gii wuzl 1 "ff2'f PAUL THUR TON Vice Presloent F F Secreter, F F A l F A l,Z, New Fires 3 MILDRED THURSTON Class Treasurer l Girl Reserves l,2,3,4 ,,,,, Vice Presioent 3 Stuoent Councll Secretary Spectrum Staff 3,4 Booster Club 4 MIRTHI ELLLN KETCHUM Girl Reserves l 2,3,4 Booster Club 1,4 Spectrum Sterf 4 DALE F GTE ART H1 Y l,2,8,4 Beno l,2,a,4 Glee Club 1,2 Booster Club l 4 Home Ee Club Orchestre l,2 MAURICE KIRK Hi Y l,d,3 Booster Club it. MILDRED ALEXANDFR Girl Reserves l,2,3,4 Glee Club l,4,3,4 Booster Club l Tune In 2 JANICE HURST Girl Reserves Glee Club Double Tr1o l,a,3,4 JOHN MCGINNIS Track Hobbies Club Booster Club be m ayo 157 IE: '14 f'f'-N Kd G V f If f, ' " A' vi f 2 X 1 U 0' ' i qsii 75 V 213.3 k "A C y '. A 1 5 ' 'Zia-1, Q X ,l I A ' I 6 'Ad fl X 2' ' , ' ' ' ' . '11 f' Q le: .,f.:.'.,,, , .L A . 3,4 'K F. . . ' 5,21 ' 6. , f H ia' , . 1 3 7 l or 1 N N 1 ' L ' Q . Q C 7 Vg Yx to ,L it x B u x Har b . xx K-Y " v as w fb- L, A4 ' LT1 ','s - iian ' - i-f BETTY ANN LAWS i Debate Club 4 E Girl Reserves 5 Stuaent Counc n 3,4 u 4 ROBERT ALLEN Booster Club DOROTHY STAHLHUTH Girl Reserves l,2,3, Glee Club 2 MAXINE GARNER Girl Reserves 1, 3,4 Booster Club 4 ROBERT CANUP Hi Y 2,3,4 Secretary 4 Booster Club 1,4 Stamp Club 2 Track 2,3,4 Class Basketball New Fires 3 The lill1on Dollar But DORIS WRIGHT Girl Reserves MARY LOUISE ARNOLD Girl Reserves l,2 Booster Club 4 13:4 W 'Qi Varsity Basketball Varsity Baseball 4 X an xl Qin ff ' 'NN 5 - c i ' 0 XX 4, af-' --Q A Se? 55'-xx! , . '.-is! 'Q .- i 3- A ""'-T2 1 " - I "5 I !'. x X ll if!! hi FD uf- IDVTS 5 ler life em 4 2, ' 4 2 ' ur JIM HUMPHRIES F. F. A. 4 if W ff Tsai ,IQ A 'A, -,.- I "?E' I f Ki ' V X1 fl! X I g y ,E 0! as QAAV S, E -A ,Q mf' ,, 7 QQ' W Ui 1 1 t L 1 , ' ' -' V Y - ',,,, vm uf, fan, 1, - Q' ' Y KENNETH HOWELL Spectrum Staff 3,4 Booster Club 4 Varsity Baseball 3 The Million-Dollar Butler 4 FRANCES HOCKER Girl Reserves l,2,3,4 Booster Club Spectrum Staff New Fires 3 The Million-Dollar Butler 4 GLADYS VTLLIAMS Girl Reserves l,2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2 Forum 4 Booster Club l WILLIAM L WRIGHT F F A l,2,3,4 Secretary 3 Booster Club DALE BLACKLIDGE F F A 1,2,3,4 Treasurer ana Conouctor Booster Club WANETA GARNER Vice President 2 Treasurer 3 Girl Reserves l,Sec 2,3,Pres 4 Booster Club 4 Spectrum Staff 3,4 JANE ANN HUMPHRIES Girl Reserves l,2,3,4 Glee Club l,2,3 The Million Dollar Butler :CHARLES SAYRE Secretary 3 President 4 Yell Lesser 3 Booster Club 3.5. 322, I - 1 4 F.F.A. 1,2,a,4 I- -5. X ax U56 ,Q 'fi x, gl A X ,mf ,Q X X AN T GR,C D PS blee Club ulrl Reserves PICHfFD QHAFER Track 2 H1 Y l, Booster Club 4 spectrum Penroo l New Flres A M x fourmm H1 Y 1,2,3,4 P MRL THUPS TON Glfl Reserves l,2,3,4 Glee Club 2 Booster Club 4 New Flres 3 xMELI1 DRnKr Glee Club l,3,4 Glrl Reserves l,2,3 French Club 4 Booster Club 4 New Flres 3 KMTHMEEN MONTGOMLRY G1rl Reserves l,2,3,4 Booster Club 4 MAX LA'FENCE Stuuent Council 4 Booster Club 4 BETTY SMITH Stuoent Counc1l 1 Booster Club 1,4 Glrl Reserves l,2,3,4 Glee Club 2,3,4 Spectrum Staff 3,4 Penroo l Tune In 2 Double Trio 4 The M1lllOn Dollar Butler 4 org M ff' Far wig N ' X ' Q 5 1 N N XB ','. x B H - 7 M , - I A 4 Q r- Q X' ' 'A' ' JV 'QB I' ' I. Q Q ' ' , ' 0 W x Clif, 1-' X sf, W-F N ' 5 g 4-'nb Q-xx 'SW 'Q ." .. 4 f' 4, , - f 'giil -f f 55 - e 'wut n..f..,L-, , if Pr., sea' is gn. -f 7 , K , 1 - L1 -: - . Ax . Q '- 2 ' 4 1 A , , ef 'U f s 25- A- 7 X X D z Q dwg! A 4, gm 5 Wltb 4 c 'TEE' JOHN MILLER Class Secretary 3 Glee Club 2,3 H1 Y 2,3 Banu 2,3, Dance Band 3, Orchestra 2, SHIRLFY M BEEKM N Glee Club l,2 Girl Reserves 2 ELSIE WHALEY Glee Club 2,3,4 G1rl Reserves l,2,3, MNRLSTON COOK Class Vlce Presloent 3 H1 Y l,2,3 Sec 4 Stuoent Council 2 French Club V P 4 Varsity Basketball 3,4 Penroo l Spectrum Staff 3 Class Basketball l,2,3,4 The M1lllOD Dollar Butler 4 ROBERT FORD Booster Club 1,4 Glee Club 2, Dance Band 4 Bam 2,1-1,4 Orchestra 2, JANE LEDFORD G1rl Reserves 1,4 DOROTHY FRENCH Girl Reserves 1,2 BDMUND Br RDSLEY Banu l,2,3,4 Orchestra 1,2 Glee Club 1,2 Booster Club 1,4 Dance Banu 3,4 Stuuent Dlrector of Banu Tune In 2 4 asp Tm 32224 L V fx AC, Us-I 'EN f 5 A .0 N Q' 'S Q ,gl xx' H fmt QQ, if w1rD 1-, ., Efl nl - MARY SCHBRER Glrl Reserves l,2,3,4 Booster Club 4 Glee Club LLOYD FARRAR H1 Y l,2,3,4 Booster Club 4 Track 1,4 Vdrslty Baseball 3,4 OLIVER HIATT MARY GOODWIN Llbrarlsn French Club Forelgn S Student Council Pres ulrl Reserves l,2,J,4 Booster Club 4 Glee Club New Flres 3 The lilllon Dollar But FRANCES LORAINE MILLER Glee Club l, Glrl Reserves 2,3,4 Forum 4 L 'S' RICHARD E. COX H1 Y JAMES GRIFFIN Stuuent Council 3 Spectrum Staff 3,4 Booster Club FLORENCE LENNIS G1rl Reserves l,2,3,4 Booster Club 1,4 Glee Club l Varslty Basketball 1,2 Varslty Baseball l,2,3 13, ,4 etretary 4 ler 4 is 18 N ' X V- FK N XA -J NNN XB I! I ' W X' 0 x 5 4 'Ml fx I 1 2 1 ,q'1 l,, :N f 1 1 QEEFN Q , I -, V 5 ' ' XB U- . Q 49X 5 v , .1 ul 'XXXL' , .Q 5?-D 5 h :INK -TM Minn. jg , 5: - "-' J ,Q X - :fi . 49 ' C F. F. A. 6- : AN 2 . . 1, 'if 63' 6 f f of go- AJ' 7 I H' ohN P INT R H1 Y 2, Treas 3,4 VaFSlLy Basketball M.RY C,DE Glee Club 3, Booster Club 4 G1rl Reserves 3 4 New Flres 3 MILDRED PACE GlPl Reservfs l,e,J, Q Forum Pres1uenL 4 Spectrum Staxi 4 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Booster Club 4 IRVIN LALCHAV Stuuent COUHC1l 3 Varslty Basketball 3, dl Y Vlce Pres1dent 3 H1 Y President 4 ROBERT NOBLE H1 Y l,2,3,4 Penrou l The M1ll1On Dollar Busler LUCILLE YOUNG Glee Club 3,4 Glrl Reserves 2,3,4 ANNA DRAPER Glrl Reserves 1,2 BILL ALEXANDER Class Pres1dent l Student Council 1 Home Ec. 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ZX. A - , is jg .- . QTL.. USE,-:ar . -fy H 'i X he : ix .V J 6 -Q . . v'A . D AEA V Ki' .- l gg-,ew .1 3 1 L 'R N L E . Z' Joan Trueblood 4. my ,K s 3 .5 Vx. I . . M h' J S.. I' Q X as . A .Lm. .' L1 I " . X M1 , C - J, Y I ' ' 1- 0 xl .' u - - 'L S t X h 1 K ,I n a QE G Q , F A 0- g , ,,-x" A-Ll' ,QQ O- .' e., 5-"' 8 N Rm y 5 I A J if 71 6 J 1 3 " ' . 1 b ,ja 1- 'Q .5 . N i I , a To Q . . z ' ' K ' 1 , .1511 L gn' . U I JJUQN ffm - 03940 MWVIHHIE3 20 ?. X A U H :Ex as qw CQ, RQ o Q H Q dl 'X XX X wlrn 1 E -3. F 23-3 14 21 22 24 29 1 2 1 4 5 SPECTRUM CALENDAR SEPTEMBER School starts HThat Old Feellngn is here again Tug of War Sophomores pull Freshmen through Pipe Creek Pu1l"' Jun1or dance It's the early bird who does the nBig Apple' OCTOBER Junior dance Susle 1, Susie 2, everybody Susie Q Irs Campbell, Chicago settlement worker, speaks on activity program Central School Carn1val Who sale there was any sawdust on the floor? Class tourney with the Sophomores victorlous Seniors, it's a gyp Dr Mary Westfall, of the Indiana State Dental Association, spoke on 'Care of the Teethn Teacher's convention Two days of heaven Formal inltiation of the F F A Sophomore Class party Some fun, I betcha Junlor dance Truck on down' What 1ead1ng man in last year's Junior play, k18S8d a Freshman during 'Star Dustn? Virgil" Jun1or High Class Tourney Won by the 8A's NOVEMBER Gaston humlliates us by making the flrst score of the year 18 16 Amerlcan Educatlon Week General program for Armistice Day Why d1d Weasel Perry walk out? Hagerstown does lt again Hagerstown 24 Alex 20 Tipton 27 Alex 16 Give us txme' Freshmen vs McCullough of Marion McCullough 17 Alex 13 Alexandr1a 31 Hartford City 27 Nice work, 1f you can get it Thanksg1ving vacatlon I'll pay you Tuesday forex turkey today Junlor play practices start Good luck' ECEIBER Wabash 22 Alex 35 Where are those Yarnelle boys? What certain pupils of the school were caught tresspassing in the old hospital? Noblesville 21 Alex 35 Freshmen vs Agriculture boys Agr 10 Freshman 9 Junior play 'first n1ghter' 'It s Papa Who Pays What' no audience? The audience turned out for the matinee QJust to get out of school J Junior sweaters arrive Very smuzzy! Senior rings arrive Some class' Freshman activity program Santa Claus and everything Alex 38 Lapel 18 Alex 38 Windfall 12 Girl Reserves Christmas party Christmas program by lisa Hieatt. 4 H Christmas party. Christmas vacat1on Whoops! Future Farmers meeting JANUARY Alex 38 Elwood 17. Alex 20 Wash1ngton of Indianapolis 16. lisa Kathleen Smith, former A.H.S. student, presents several readings Father Sheetz speaks to the Hi Y. 16. for the Girl Reserves. Alex 17 larkleville Alex 26 - Peru 20. Second team tourney. New semester starts. men who can't seem to Pendleton 28 - Alex 22. Alex comes home with the cup. Nice work. Everybody rushing around,dodging the new Fresh find their rooms. FEBRUARY Senior beneflt 'This Way Please'. Coming!! S68 cleared. What secono per1od health class sent the French class a petition com pletely signed, asking us to quit singing. Such crust, I betcha! larion beat us 17 to ll. After the game, what happened to Paul Thur ston's Dodge on the way to Gas City? Who wants a Dodge, anyway? Alex 38 - Summitville 17. What usher got knocked for a loop? CLaura Glotzbachj The referee took a nice spill,too. We got fouled for it tHe irony of it all. Can't you take it, lr. Referee? 1 its 34 , ..NxnN yr. , . X 4 We 7 x I! W X 1-J th . ' . X 0 5 x! ' Al. A lr' 1 'Q B -,ji ,B ff .eh CEB we 'H' :.!g2 vi' xr iq Nl Us " ' X f . A A ' Ne 53, 'Sid ' ' .- . -h - , - Q- J! xr -' X ,V ,- -L . iinerk ir Ph uetfs g 1 L . 'f , ' S as 1: 7 - ' . 15 - . ...I 17 Class elections - everybody happy? 24 ' ' - '. 8 - ' . ll . . 14-15 ' . " 18-19 ' . . ' 19 . ' o 21-23 . ' . 26 ' . . . 27 . . 29 ' 1 . . ' 20-31 ' - . .. 2 . . - . 7-13 ' ' . 11 1 . ' 12 ' . - . 19 - - ' . 22 . - - . 24 ' - - ' . 25-26 ' ' ' . . 29 ' ' . . 3 - . 8 10 - - 13 . - . - . 14 ' ' . ' '. . 16 " . 16 . 17 I U 17 . . 17 - . 22 - - 22 . 23 23 - . 28 . 5 - 7 - . 11 A 67 LQ! ff- 41M A gg Q , I fd V' a f y 9-' of A 'Q X , of gay n "' 7 , , sr - ' . D M., - wr-..l.,e:..,,, - irlgk- . -A ' ' - 1 war -' i ., T: ' "T.-Zi' FEBRUARY Cont'd. 7 The Camera Club, being short of funds, took in two new members. 14 Deadline on the Senior pictures. 14 We noticed, for the first time today, the snake that Mr. Slone has in his room. In a jar, of course. 'Snake Charmeru Slone. 15 Seniors sponsored the Parkinson ensemble. All donations appreciated. All they lacked was a boozooka! Bob Houk got his fingers burned by phosphorus in the lab today. A new specimen, Qlizardb, in a jar, turned up in Slone's room today. Where does he get those things? 16 Booster Club practices for sectional. Who were the boys who made Bill Hale so mad curing pep session? Why, daddy? Alex 29 - Huntington 28. Michigan City 27 -- Alex 20. We noticed Dorothy Richardson went clear to Michigan City - Why?? It must be love. Sectional tickets go on sale John Miller is wearing a 'Jack Armstrong' magic whistle ring Sweet, isn't it? Muncie 20 Alex 17 Senior activity program consists of a small pep session Betty Smith hands Slonie some slams and the whole program is very interesting Seniors sponsor lantern slides of Byrd's trip to the Antartic Elwood goes on strike about sectional tickets Remember that, Alex MARCH Don't forget to send in your post cards to the auto license bureau Individual pictures taken for Spectrum Like sheep during shearing Alexandria and Pendleton go down in first rounds of the sectional Markleville and Frankton also downed Lapel and Anderson win out in semi finals Anderson takes tourney It's getting to be a habit Group pictures Forum visits Anderson group Foxie disappointed because no Anderson girls took part Anderson was impressed by our feminine membership Report cards Whoops! School dance orchestra swings out on a colored Jam session Shine! Junior 'Susie Foo' recession dance 234 per head Clever Juniors Wonder how Maurine Plackard and Ralph Porter felt when that honey bee flew in first period assembly window and hovered around them for a terrifying few minutes? Maybe it was Porter's brilliantine' When Spectrum staff pictures were taken out in front of the building, what Senior girl got white paint on her skirt? Mice work, Trimble Why was Miss Pemberton so stiff today? Quiet' CShe was horseback riding yesterday 3 Why was Mr Evans parked in the lobby of the Ritz theatre this after noon? Could it have anything to do with the 3,000 word themes float ing around school today? Girl Reserves activity program General program in the gym School band demonstrates what is going to happen in the band contest on Saturday 31 1 Spring vacation Two more days of heaven APRIL Band takes first place in Class D in contest at Greenfield Glee Club goes to Anderson for music festival Glee Club takes part in Easter cantata Senior play nThe Million Dollar Butler' And you know it, bud' Ho flip, no flop, no foo 16 16 18 19 French students perform in Muncie MA 4-5 6 School art exhibit 'Bootiful I Junior Re option! Big time had by everyonel' Ba alaureate services For that Junior Prom hangover try 'Carter's Little Liver Pills' ommencement iThe last mile to you I iepmrt cards and everybody has his 'annual last day' picnic FINIS its ga? 21 . 22 - 25 - . 25 . 28 . ' 28 . . 1 - . l ' . . 3 . 4 . 5 - . . 7 . ' 8 . ' 9 . ' ' ll ' ' . 11 . . . 16 20 . 21 . ' ' 24 . ' - 25 . 30 . ' 2 . 14 . 17 . 27 - . . 30 Girl Reserve conference in Hagerstown. 30 . 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I tw lUDE.NT COUNCIL FIPS7 ron fror lef to r1,ht mlry Gooowln, Phyllls Freeman, r Evirs, Joe Meyer secord row Enld Durzlnsky, Sera PAIRLGP, Bett, Ann Lews, Mex La renee, Jlm Braun, Don Flanders, Harry L May The Student Councll 15 covposed or three senlor, three Junlor, two sophomore, una two freshmen students One of the re resentetlves Iron elcn clsss 15 ap olnteu by the faculty, ln the others ire elec e by thelr classmates The prlmery our ,ose of the Student Cou:c1l 15 to llrs the students and xlculty more closely, And thus bFlH6 1oout l .ore u8mOCFdLlC school bovern ment The COUhCll meets onte e week to J1bCUSS school affslrs, and members present ln, 1dt1S suboested oy the students they represent It also lrbltrate lH certuln oroblems of school oveznment Plannlru the reuulur weehly QC 1v1ty ,rogrums lo an 1m portant part ox tre worn Ol the student COUDC1l und th1S year dn Attempt has ueen muue to get a larbe Amount ol student part1c1pat1on 1h these progrums Presldent Mer, uO0dW1H V1te PP6Slu8fL Enlo Durzlnsky Secretary Phyll1s r eemsn Treusurtr Joe Mtyer ruculty AJVlSdF Mr mvuns s., -x M f f' fgkf Q' its av- A- 0- v ll' 4112. ffl .W 1 w :D r .L 'Ti' '91 IP -all-if 4:L+.....1....s HI Y F1 at row trod left to right Rlchard Cox, Max Kauffman, Bruce Kl1dON, John Pa1nter, Irvin Latchaw, Marlston Cook, Bob Houk V1P51l Durr, Robert Canup, Eugene Allen Second row Mr Rife, Ralph Kane, Harold Frazee, Bill Brannon, Merle Perry, Jim Baker, Charles Bennett, Clinton Welborn, Eugene Brobst, Harry Sullivan, '61F lalker Thlrd row Lloyd Farrar, Dale Stewart, Jack Allen, falter Clrver,Varren Shirley, Jack Beamer, Harold Wilson, Junior Vollenhals Back row Weldon Metcalf, Harold Hartley,Verl Allen, B111 H le, Jlm Braun, Joe Meyer, Ralph King, Bob Noble, Lewis aylor Hi Y is a world wide organizatlon for boys of high school age, atflllated w1th the Y M C A The Alexandria Hi Y Club was org nized by Ralph Thurston in 1925 Boys may be recommended for membershlp by any member, but must be admitted by vote of the lub The purpose of the H1 Y, Wto create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and communlty a hlgh SLHHOHPG of christian character,U lS QFdmdtiZ8d in the formal initiation ceremon1es Alexanoria's delegation at the Older Boys' Conference at Peru COHS1StEO of twenty two members and was the largest group present PFBSIQEHL Irvin Latchaw V1ce President Robert Houk Secretary Marlston Cook Treasurer Virgil Durr Faculty Adviser Mr Rife sale- 37 5325, ' V J f L M f lrff A X1 fu If y .' ,Z-' 01 csii' flxl. Noi 4 fel . ' g D I s J? QSM, V 5 'K yf ' g X 4+ l r A ,- YW , f --A K Y V ' -1-ri an mr-f,L"i ' rv of. :ar-,S . i ' t e E . .,- 1 , .L,., Q-fy! ' L A 1 53: iq'-fl ,, ? 'ff A ? -J N Nd 'E ff 9 X X xx v fa Qc Q30 'X W. ,,, LT S, M- llEu'llllll ll ..J 'i GIRL RESERVES With MISS Frazier as their adviser, the one hundred fifty glrls comprlslng the Girl Reserves have done many worthwnlle things durlng the year They have l1V6O up to their purpose N o find dDO glve the bestn ln every way possible Pres1dent Waneta Garner V1ce Presloent Frances Whetsel Secretary Mildred Pate Treasurer Phyllis Haas Faculty Adviser Miss Fraz1er I Ne 38 , L-NV'H X kr- :gr wha -2 . 'B 1 ' XXX XB - X 0 D '7 1 . Q In 2.145 I. AA ifl ff L 'N Nl! ,X :Pit y-K - . DRM' I 'gn see' 'A Q I ,Q e "L I T' L3 5 T: ' d s il 'llll I. W-tfg:1:A V A 2 .r , T '. ' . --' I ' . v -- ' , 51 'N W f ,pq 6x fg' bd M' X 0' f f - Q- I Ill 'fi 4' 3 UI' i ws: D d. ii-if phdgrigg J., -1-gag. fs BAND The bane, augmented by beginners from last year's classes, has a membership of forty sixbwith the following instrumentetionz one flute, one oboe,fifteen B clsrinets, two Eb alto ssxaphones, two tenor sexsphones, nine cornets, one French horn, two mello phones, five trombones, two bsritones, one sousephone, ans four percussion instruments The bend places first in its division at the district contest held at Greenfielu on April l and 2 ORCHESTRA An orchestra was organizes curing the first semester This organization had twenty four members chosen from the bend plus seven violins The future for this group is bright because the members ere young ans have quite awhile to work together 3 , , as 2.22, J J L 4 f II, K ' x p Yr 5 0 If 6? .' ?r'I 01 A f-as JN '- ' Y-X' - H . 'fi 9 oi-Mtv 'fy vf Q7 : V f I ' X 1? . H - X' x - - " 7 F1 ,emo XL V l '-1 X . IH, 1 V . A 2 r ' nu I? I v' , XXX N' A ki NIA ,iv gb .I L . V ,, . , - I ' , vw .L X A X f i 1, -1 q N-an-,T A C e J J-?15' z..2""f1f2 .71 .Qi ff7"""': 47 1- A new ,QSM X -om iq if X wxx K XX w me Y--, LXTL i '. " ...I GLEE CLUB First row from left to right: Grace Foley,Mary Jo Donahue,Phyllis Freeman, Janice Hurst, Olive Oliver, Marilyn Meosker, Dorothy Donahue, Constance Sullivan, Betty Smith, Mary Case, Elizabeth Zettel Secono row Rita Dunn, Glenoa Nelson, Lucille Percltul, Ellen Ferguson, Laura Glotzbaugh, Mary Stahlhuth, Vera Mae Cart wright, Evelyn Wilson, Jean Garoner, Maurine Plackard, Mary Scherer Thlro row: Mary Lou Medsker, Mary Goodw'n, Betty Trim ble, Barbara Rohn, Alvine Wehsollek, Margaret Church, Mae Evelyn Howerton,Rosemary Tuerffs,Mildrea Pate, Amelia Drake,Mr Mussel man B ck row: Martha Cain,Beulah Foley, Pauline Flowers, Kennel een Reeves, Hilda Drake, Jewel Williams, Catherine Richaroson, Luella Auler, Florence Lennis, Juanita Oliver, Norma Derry, Vir- ginia Willis. The G1rls' Glee Club has an approximate membersh1p of forty five with Mr. Musselman as their instructor. Olive Oliver has served as accompanist ano they have part1cipateo in many programs, slnging carefully selected compositions. In Aprll they attended the first annual Madlson County Festival in Anoerson, held to give experience to chorus and glee clubs, so that they coulo part1c1pate in the state activitles. Mr.Musselman selected from the glee club six girls who sang as a double trio at many programs throughout the city. I is 40 , 'Na' X ,, J XA It x':i, f. in 'ggi 0 T QA Har ,A ti I ,-xl. A ,lfi Y'-X ,fix Qkffq QQ W ' .- V K-+2 A 'SQ A -.f X Q.. E- . barns V 52... ...M-.5 N . A -r , ' e '1 ' 5 ffffif it , 'llll I f IIIII .I T: 7 g 3 f 1 - ' I I . -3 , al x, -Q- , ' b'C' .r A ,ah f' Q fx fg' 90 0' f f - A fl Ixizgk JB.. 'E m9,, Qug'Y ,,,, 6: wx:-U H -L ZEE' THE FUTURE FARMEPS OF AMERICA Flrst row from left to right Leroy Waymire, Arthur McMahan, Paul Thurston, W1ll1am Cranllll Second row BdS11 Retherford, Eugene Hannah, John Featherston, Elbert Hague, Eugene Derstler, Noel Maddox, David Teague, Frank Tobln Thlra row Eugene Fields, Robert Hobbs,Will1am Blake, Forest McMahan, Bernard Bal ser, Fred Johnson, John Nacoff, Ralph Porter, Mr DlSqU6 Back row Omer Young, Verne Sulllvan, Harold Bess, Kelth Slzelove, Harry El11s,Frea Inglls, Lyle Summers, eharles Sayre, Willllm Wright, Dale Blacklidge The Future Farmers of Amer1ca 1S a Natlonal orgun1zat1on of farm boys studylng VOCaL10Hd1 JgP1CUlLUF6 with chapters throughout the United States, HAWQ11, and Porto R1co Its pur pose 1S to create more lnterest 1n falmlng as an occupltlon, and to 1nst1l and nurture a love ot country llie. The thlrty three members of the local chapter part1t1oate 1D Judglng and corn husk1ng contests, and thelr basketball team furnlshes recreatlon. Paul Thurston won the Hoos1er Flrmer Degree. Presluent . . . . Herman Brown Vice PP8SiG9Ht- . . . Arthur McMahan Secretary . . . . . Wllliam Cranfill Treasurer . . . . . .Leroy Waymlre Reporter ..... . .Robert Inglis Faculty AOV1SGP . . . . Mr. Dlsuue 41 JB, ff E -wi I If fd A V Q C o lf y .- .5-' of A Q-11 ,DX-V 75 PIX- . A V , W . Q qw , ,K li,iX .-- V! 07 1 .,' LZ 4250 -QQ: L 2 4 -4.5 X Y' ,li ' K - N ' I 'F 2 I ' P: veifnfws f '1 V, I .A ,fLg 35: ' ga' X 1 .J I- Ae, use 'EN A 9 Q :A .eve 'fe w'rD MY1 ul - FRENCH CLUB Flrst rov from left to right Robert Pierce, Melvin Frazier, Herve, Pierce Secono row: Violet Simpson, Al1ce Thomls, Dorothy Donehue,M rllyn Meusker, Barbere May,Constence Sullivan, Phyllis rreem n, Mlss Phllllps Been rows Noel Meouox, Devio Reeves, Jim Breun, Betty Trimble, Martha Robinson, Laure Glotzbaugh, Amelia Drlke, Danxel Miller, Merlston Coox, Shirell Fox The French Club was tiret organizeu in September, with M185 Phllllps AS 4 viser The purpose of the club is to promote a synpetnetlc unoerstenoing of France through some f4m1l1erity with French lenguege,l1tereture,eno culture Foreign Corres ponoence is encourngeu, eno lt 18 hopeo thet the club can help 15 promoting a frienaly splrit towero ell foreign countries Meetings ere helu once e month our1n6 the reguler cless periou Many lnteresting progreme have been given, the outstend ing be1n5 e lecture by Mrs Thurman Hell upon her return from Europe llst fell Presiuent Shirell Fox Vice Presioent .... . . Merlston Cook Secretary Treeeurer . . . . Merthe Robinson Foreign Correspondence. . . .Mery Goodwin Faculty Adviser . . . . . Miss Phillips Ke :L Q , U5 . . , NV gy v A, Q X , 5 1 5. T Q X lm' ' ' I gd 5: 1 , - A Y .V Y 'wht DvrneL1'r +11-,LL.,f.t..m.ff-'i' J 'J-Q ff' V 'f - lf N f I Q ,I 0 If . I 0? :J ' A X- . - sl. , 595 1 N z.l"5 "' , 7 .Da V1 A v Lo ,,f I AA, rsL xv. Lrg L 1uJ'6 Iqve, Lu Genew.exL mort e , lter C r Joe Jejex, Dqn The roruu, xicx 1Z9u huF1DQ Lhe The ,ur,oQe ox .P speech nklll mv mehbprs The wrobr teams compose, OL rx An, Ylbllb LL onhgr the school Loxum hav Lurums helh LHlS WL 1rLment Lor nuultr enterlng lnter scho PPESIQGHL V1ce Prebl secretqry Pdculty hu Q-sus? n oL.LJ nhl LAAQ, hllays 11 l1dmS, rh,LL Q rxeemdn, L1urd ulotzbach, sec Yu row warren Snlr vln 111V J Mariuqnu, M1ss French, Qhl eLL Fox L 1.04 L. v1.11 .JA ehine club, was org H Us '938 school yelr . . 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' Nh H 3: , , . 5 "1m Lhg, JC 1 xl. ,QLw1'Q-, ol " HL Q ' ' ' 'fr 1 4- ' F' Q"1 "' ' ' LfQ.1 . ' ' ' LJ fqVeh5lq ' 'QLLLQLL 3 - . 1 Hr: ,f ' w ' H'4 '- . 11' r SL ' x ' L yuklic ' 'Klum ' ' ' .n' u' A ' . ' A' pe- p " R ,' ' Ll L. :L Je . v Q, 'L ' ' - 1A"' W L H- i . u n u u n 1 a Q u u l I I - ' Q . o n - 1 Q a 0 I . 'K' - - ' . . - . . N1 T- . -' A . 1. , ' . ',. . 1' . . . ..., .. J hh, F h ? A 'Uh-I 55N N x X' A -we vat if SQ Q Y. MNH f A ,K X I. F-ww D LT-L Ji jr -9 ,1 uhm D1 ,yr til.: THE CAMERA CLUB Kreeling from left to right Betty Trimble, Barbara May, Miss Pemberton, Shirell Fox, Phyllis Freeman, Laura Glotzbaugh, Bruce Klldow Standlng from left to right: Jim Braun, Warren Shirley, M G r oodlng, B111 Ervin, David Bragg, Genevieve Montgomery, E gene Brobst. The Camera Club was first organized thls year through the o bined efxorts of' Miss Pemberton,its faculty sponsor,Mr Good ing, its crltio, IHC several members of the student body who were lnterested ln photography The mam oo,Jectives of the club are to create an interest :Ln amateur ynotography, to teach the correct methods of taklng olctures ADO of oeveloping and pr1ntirg, along with the other lnterestlng phases of photography President Eugene Brobst Vice Presldent Genevieve Montgomery secretary Bob Rothinghouse Treasurer .... . . . Phyllis Freeman Faculty Adviser . . . .Mies Pemberton Vx X V- J K I ,J ' X, N X X .5 il XB Q w I ' X I : 0 'M r-N 5 xg . 'nf ,fx fy 'fu Q ill- "'l,S. if N 1-cs 2 . Q W gm xy. QW-. ., ' x . X . 5- A . X, - - sg ,F , ,X , - 1. -, ' -, . ' T' , ,. . ' , MIL, . ""f5'vn. .mar H, . jf - , - V ' - ..- - . . 5 1 132 . ' I Y ' v - . ' '-'T-, . 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Wren "fff' HONORS 1937 Since awards of various kinds are usually given too late in the school year to be included in the Spectrum, they often go unrecorded Je rush to recognize those students of the l937 gP8QU3tiRg class so honored Juanita Booths, Hester Clegg, Ted Donahue,Keith Johnson,Rebecca Jones, Genevieve Mohler, June lottweiler, Louise Shrack, Allce Marle Sm1th,Luc1lle Weed, Margaret We1s, Shirell Fox, Waneta Garner, Bob Houk,and Charles Sayre were the fifteen students chosen as members of the National Honor Soclety Bob Flanders, Thurman Fuller, laxlne Hiday, Jean Medsker, and Wllllam James Slone had been elected to membership the prevlous year In the Latin contest, Alice Marie Smith won an Et Slgma Ph1 medal and Enid Durzinsky, a distr1ct contest medal Those rece1v1ng honorary mentlon were Genevieve Mohler, Patricia Mehllng, Rebecca Jones, and Ruby Savage Those winnlng high awards in typewritlng were Juanita Boothe and lar JOPIC Ellls with speeds of seventy three and two tenths and sixty seven re spectively Dorothy Donahue and Enld Durzlnsky received the medals for the h1ghest scholastic standing ln the Sophomore and Freshman classes respectlvely. The Natlonal Athlet1c Scholarship Society awards were glven to Jul1us Donoff, Irvin Latchaw, Bob Houk, Robert Flanders, wllllam James Slone, Jack Mullen, Warren Shlrley, Anthony PP1eShOff, Robert Worley, Lloyd Farrar, a1d Jim Johnson. The K. F. B. medal, awarded by the K1wan1s Club for OUtStdDO1Hg char acter, scholarsnlp, and leadershlp, was g1ven to Willlam James Slone. In spring athletic events Jack Mullen won a place ln the shot put at Kokomo which entltled h1m to take part ln the state meet at Butl r. ngii, , 45 23315, fd ' J f L qi 61 4 'If' A f f ,xi 'Z 'NPN Q A 01 Us f, W X' 6' f of ff 61 -I I n O IVZ' . l I 1,1 ,f.:,l, Q L : ' 4-4-.lla Y X .' K V , st . :v..f:, I P.-:a.,..n.'.n, ,- X 'I sa Q ,5 9, CL X Q N I X 0 xx! 'ami Q QQ F' T -2 7' TAY 0 ,- 43 HuMpHPl my AH +40 If COOYX 'IT Q12 M X' xv- N 'lx ,L N FK 'QA . X5 'A '. ' . is X 0 T A 'J x g Q i '-xi ' 'ff' fx fl! M n 3 W ' 'if K .. 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S TIGERS Tnls 15 Irv1e's la t year and ne nas played a s lerdld game is a fast eluslve forvard Nlth a knack tor lllng up a nlgh score PAINTLR Johnny's a 1l1ty to play on tlp 1ns made hlm a valua le forw rd The Tlgers wlll also los h1m tH1S year HIATT Ollle 13 a cool, SmOOtD worklng captaxn, heavy on FGLOUDG playlng and a good polnt getter He graduates th1s year HOUK Bob also graduates th1s year His excellent work 1n the back court contrlbuted to the success of the 37 38 team HUNPHRIES Jim is another graduate His work 1n the back court made him indlspensable part of the team ALEXANDER Bill played in the back court and could be depended on for hls abillty to handle the ball ADC hls accurate scorlng COOK larlston is a capable forward He made his best performance a galnst lar1on SCHMIDT Freddle is a JUDIOF thls year and played 1n many games He will be an important cog ln the wheel of the 38 39 team VOGEL In spite of a wrlst 1nJury, Bob developed 1nto a flrst class gU3PG and w1ll be a valuable asset to next year's team KING George is an artist at left hand shots He should be on next year's team ICGINNIS Eddie's field goals, and his speed and decep 1ve ola 1L5 made him a member of the sectional squad. TAYLOR Louie's six feet two inches, and his abillty to play under the basket would make him an asset to anv team. SMITH Ted is an up and coming sophomore. He will be of good future ma terial for the Tigers. AQ 47 23923, fd N7-' J f N L Q4 ' 'ff A I X1 I 0 Q . ' 01 wav UN. fo ' 'X'-X' ' ' 4 -. 'fs F 2 X' er f xg ' Q7 ll, I I --- L K! xx ,F Idigf- A. a fif , , :Y Q - Y 7 V , - . lv, ,fr.,.l.,f.e,,,,,, A. H. . LATCHAW " ' ' ' S ' ' ' ' ' A ' if 1 'K . He A . . ' v 1 ' an N lx ,A X 'K XB 'IL im X l x I 5 Qtb wx 'W' agig A A 5:1 V. ,. nf- wg h T - -51 f f Q , M as Q' N - twaxr Dmnq . ""5-'T're affix: L.-Fd., Y'- Y f f 1 X A 4 if fs D T x! 1-J M f- 1 I ' A . fi. X f 'r A 2' f --. NX 7 A xt. . ug .- - E!! R' J! fgws-"s-: SECOND SQUAD First row from lext to r1ght Jim Vogel, Dion Gray, Cllnton welhorn, Lou1s Taylor, Ted Sm1th, Charles Bennett, Ralph Porter Second row Boo Vogel, Harold Hartley, Barney Marsh, J1m John son, B111 Ahern thy, Forrest Mclahan, Harry Sulllvan, Fred Schmlut, George Klng G S CITY TOURNAM NT S 28 Roll A H S 22 Fairmount 12 A H S 21 Gas Clty 4 The Tlgers' Secono team was made up malnly of boys who had played basketball JUPlUb thelr freshman year The Cubs had a very sutcessful season wlnnlng nlneteen out of twenty tvo games w1th a total score of 573 polnts to thelr opponents 365 that was awarded to tn m when they won the seconu team tourna ment t has City Bec use ot thelr lhlllty, Schmiet, B Vogel, K1ng, Smith, HCGIHHIS, tna Taylor played ln several varsity games near the en of the s ason Thls second team oxfers great prospects of a Ninnlng var sity team ror the next couple of years d 5252 ea, . f I . 0 A p A . - A. H. . 15 . . . f . . '. ' ' 1 I ,i H Y . . , . . , X X N A . . . - 1 The boys are very proud of a hanosome gold-plated trophy , . 5 . ,- A N . . . . , u . 'ri' . Q - 4? I 47 '4 -'x ff Q '. n ' AI' , uf! Q?5f If :J C h K I fi' L , , If 'IA . V 6 6 x Z W Z I 'I' 1 , f . I K 'X 'X ' X wi e asf as in M gf , o-Q Qu, 442111 ., 1- L : a 7:1 X Q' Yi - -1-wus Divvfff P1-:a.uf.r,',f-,s Lil' X A. H. S. SCHEDULE FOR lv37-1938 ABB AHB AHS AHS ABB ABB AHS AHS Gaston 18 Hagerstown 24 Tipton 26 Hartford City 27 Wabash 21 Noblesville 21 Lapel 18 Wabash ll Windfall 12 Elwood 17 AHS AHB AHB AHS ABE AHB HS AHS HS HS Wash. Ind'p'l's. 16 larkleville 16 Peru 20 Pendleton 28 larion 17 Summ1tville l7 Ben Davis 41 Huntington 28 Michigan City luncie 20 SECTIONAL TOURNAI NT AHB 21 Elwood 29 This year is lyrle Rife's first as head of the A H S athletic de partment lr Rife prev1ously was employed at Marion as an assistant to Coach Hooker Soon after Rife took charge of the Tlgers he organized a team of boys that, after three defeats, crystallzed into a smooth, quick working machine that has met withea goodly degree of success He is a grand fellow with a Faculty managers Disque and Evans have this year again taken charge of the management of the athletic department which consists of team manage ment, transportation problems, ticket sales, etc lies lary Dunn, commercial teacher, handled the bookkeeping and Miss largorie French took care of ticket sales for home games Shirell Fox and Walter Carver were student managers Their tasks in eluded the care of eoulpment, etc The cheer leaolng this season was done by that tr1umv1rate of cheer leaders, Hale, Cartwright, and Richardson There was also organized this year the Booster Club whose purpose it is to ado fire ano enthusiasm to all games GAAP 49 EEEQZQ, AHS 34 38 ' 25 A 42 13 29 38 A 20 2 ABB 33 A l7 likeable personality and he and his boys are sure of a promising future. 116, ?!illI'I,h FN-N v- ,. c is M 'Nia h '5 'C ' at XX 5 'I' ,r-Y. td. ,, ',fQf N Q' g 'Ya I N It A ix B 5 .J , 5 X , B 'fy ,' f X ' 5 I ., QQ 0 JN" ffs 'RQ :QM N A A. e T9 t QL I X 1' if' '. a f , We i. ,., ,, TRACK A H S Track Schedule for 1938 Fairmount Fairmount Pendleton Kokomo Relay Wabash CIC leet Warsaw when Coach Rife issued the call for track C8DQ10dt6S early in April, forty boys made application for the team An abund ance of good material was available in these boys, and a very successful track team carried a winning banner for A H S The main participants in each event were as follows YQ dash Shirley, Allen, Latchaw, l mile run Bright, Can up, Fields, 220 yd dash Gray, Shirley, 100 yd hurdles Porter, Welborn, 440 yG run French, Cox, Hobbs, 220 yd hurd put mith, Humphries, running high Jump Alexander, Gra , running broad Jump Latchaw, Farrar, Allen The Athletic Park, after periodical cleanings by the track candidates, proved a very good training ground Practice was held each even1ng, and the skill of each boy was considerably im proved lembers, winning the required twenty points in the track meets, were BWSTGBQ letters All ' : 100 les -- Allen, Gray, Pierce, 880 yd. run -- Farrar, Teague, shot - -Q ' ' -o y 1 ' " n-4 , ,I , A S so Ce fx fa- gif. .D ,I ' Q .L.2Qf sh 6 f Kd H V X! 5 0 X y g' ' of U7 q i ,T X. h 'S 'X ex' 75 K , M' 4 .Vs X F lsr. f P 1 A ,L + ? 1 Shay rv eetlaru - fi , -' F4 a wwf P1 - fc-if BASEBALL First row from left to right Paul Ruth, Shirell Fox Second row Charles Steele, War en Shirley, Lloyd Farrar, Junior Vollenhals, Walter Carver Third row: larlston Cook, Ollie Hiatt, J im Humphries, Clinton Welborn, Anthony Prieshoff, Ted Smith, Jim Johnson, Barney larsh A H S Baseball Schedule for 1937 38 Pendle ton Yorktown Burris Cluncieb Two games The baseball team was made up mostly of veterans of last made a very good showing against their opponents The team was handicapped by spring floods at the Athletic Park, but oe spite this hancucap they came through the season with a reason able degree of success The ability of the players to cooper ate, together with a powerful hurling staff, produced an all round fighting nine The Junlor Legion baseball team this sum mer will be coached by lr Rife and will consist mainly of nlgh school boys This should make next year's team an experienced team that should win most of their games as QW year. Several outstanding schools were played and the team . , 5 .4 ' Q Jn - f'- u ok -5 ax Z F vis Q YQ ,KN V- gg NA Nm 'mgt I Hb X X qjr S BX X l l A. x A X . Ay : FNX 27' Q S T . ' 'L 'T X A ' T INT ' - QA w A lik , :Q i , . 'VVxlt 2-TVN vf-ir' R I 'lf ' 5' , 2 ,-TW 4 V S ' f -- Q Q! 5 f' S x i GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCIWION CLASSES MISS Hash,a recent graduate from Ball State Teachers College, dlrected u1nety two freshman and sophomore g1rls through an in terestlng physical eaucation program durlng the school year. In cluded 1n the program were soccer,volley ring,volley ball,basket ball, stunts and tumbl1ng, folk danclng, and baseball Several lntra mural basketball games were played after school hours w1th H158 Hash ln charge. Ne w Q K ,JI V f I ,lm I X fe H lu gs az-- I Q law ca, 'fri' 5' sa 1 AUD YU tv 3 .-xc. 37A IVMIEEDS WIHHDJ hx! 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