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

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M, oo 4 - A .Q an 5 - X 'xx XXX 'mi is Y M U x X - 4 , X Q XL ! hr ,Q .- -fl? .i ,I .- YN: E ' 'r Ax "5'Vn- In " I sk . . 5 X ' 1 Q , . . X x T MQX '-... , . 5 X: yr. ,t,.- . , X ,ry 4 ',", 1 X r "'. 3' aa, - , 4?-g!,"r v V I iv:,Cf.7' H ...f ,. 5 , . , Y ,mr , f 5, . ,t A-,L - A, fr, ff' V- lf, , , ff nv, , ,V f .t 'L ,' f ' x 1 f ' .-' ,f,f' , ,X 5 y l0eCtl"lfU'l'L ff A flash of light from a camera, a whispered word, the carefully guarded cabinet in Boom 18, all brought thrills to the hearts of the students ot Al-l.S. The Spectrum ot 1944 was in the rnakingll The Spectrum Start, largely resf ponsible for these strange occurences, was flying again after being ground- ed when the l943 Spectrum was finished. The start? lt originally consisted of loe Walker Martha Ellis Betty Vischer Mary Barbara Kane and Laura Marauard Early in the year they selected others from the senior and rumor classes to assist them loe Walker took over the responsibility of editor Martha Ellis became associate editor and Wilma Hurst and Betty Vischer were appointed as business managers Miss Hieatt and Mr l-linds are to be congratulated on their untiring ettorts as faculty advisers Back row Hence Orme Carroll Swrndeli D vid Et hiscn Pitt c Air Vxrtii Paz Vhdd 1 a e 4 4 u rr ce V vu rr If lidith Vrrkle Wilma Hurst X ,f I h ,' 1 f - A r 1 . A 5 V ' , T. ' ', Ia c' .'?1r1 let, .-it, ': tt. .' io row: Nancy Emswiller, Lrlli rn l.eRay, 'Nilhelmini Brown, Barbxrr Blum, Mxxine Azirrxow, Betty Tanner, Extent r w: B tty Vis'h1r, l.tru:tr Mtxrq ' id, M'rrth'r ElllS, lr J rlker ll ry B b' r Kine, 1 ,, walk t 4.20 tl"lfl,Ci0l"6 Earl L Wood Vtctor M Evans Fred H Drsque Maxlne Allen Helen Brannon Ernest Buck Ralph Cnpe Georqla Edqell MarJor1e French Roxanna Frazler Guy L Foster Evelyn Hleatt lohn Hxnds Basrl Holmes Edlth Hull Ruth Ann Kerlm Kephart Nall lcld Shepard Katle C Slone Ronald Treesh Betty Whtie ik- gg rt".-Fl ' . '- X. - A .1-. ... ' -7 I x ' .4-, . . P, t Xt x ,, ezw X -Sf? P t 9 Nt , Dorothy Zimmerman acuh uiz Tne Big Boss cf the entxrf- :-zirtocl boay. His is in the central building. His many Qiuties cover everytning from introducing srfxzkers tc hiring teachers. Hes the busy man that is everywrzere at once. Aftoctionately dubbed the "old man" and "iron Vic" when he is not there, lt is his delignt to scramble and unscramble pro- grams. lunior high principal and teacher of vocational agriculture. lt is wise to cultivate his friendship around sectional tune. A lady with luusy fingers. Qne of her clwsses '.-:'1:1 iokingly called a singing class by t :gather teacher. lt isn't. Teaching junior high ngatlg and algebra is Qier specialty. Site has snappy black eyes but a friendly manner. From his room originate the odors which scent all the halls. He isn't one to pass the buck. That baton twirled by him has not only produced a new school song but a new school spirit as well. This girl deserves more than a big red apple for her splendid office work. Her laugh is cs hearty as her person Shes French and still American Attriough she teacl es four grades of lsatirr she still finds time to be sponsor to the Ctrl Reserves T ll and distmguisl ea He looks like rust w ct le is an English prof Library chief and Dr l Q on literature md books As faculty adviser to the Spectrum staff she is priceless The buzzing and weird noises which come from his shop may mean work on a lathe or on the new bond booth His business advi e to the Spectrum staff is very valuable This handsome gentleman teaches social studies to Junior high students and assists in coaching the Tigers Formerly a teacher in Junior high s'ie corne to senior high to teach general rustory ina sociology The delicious odors cormng from her roon rival those from the Chemistry lab Both scents are very potent An unassurmng man with a quiet voice ie ably teaches his students the wonders of 'nother nature Specializing in teaching English to her Junior ligh pupils she shepnerds her flock successfully Diminutive in size but not in knowledge She gives her math classes information on many subrects She is very proud of her Navy flier The trainer of the mighty Tigers Need we say more? Although her heart is in the Navy this rrew teacher puts her students trirough all types of muscle stretclnng play Her lovable smile greets you as you enter tfte office of tne Big Boss M4 f 'X' -'QP' gmt'-4.4,slJ f I ggi,-1'7" J "" 113 T' KH' 'L v,,..f-"KJ, -'vwnn-4-wavn 'Vx he iii. ,H pin Z WM 49 ,eva wifi xx S 1' " ww A ure JL- F1 AA. Nr 'xxx we gn rg 1 f ' , . . 1 1 S N ' , 4 V - . . . , i . , , I ft ' ' ' . ' ' ' te 1' 1 ' ' t o- . . , . .. t i. A . ,t . . 1 , I -N A . , , . . . V , ' . ' f - 7- ' . , c . . ' . t I i V I ' . , . - K . . - : , , . c, c . c.. , , , N . . L . , . o . i ,. ', l , .i A . . . Y t C , to o .c . . f . - 1 . x u V7 E . tX , . , 1 W--N v. ,,. -' 4, , , 1 ,uw N . 4 . -A Q T. ' - v 'Q' ." Qi. ,1 sf y -w ' 'f .-, " 2 '-. ' t 't I tx 4 K V" " , -. L I .X M 1,5242 , .-... , .X ,.J' A ,-I-ew" " is -- .,- W y X .f- had yi- hxkl-iludff' ., , . . G PJ.,,' - .hw-' ' ' i nf' T U34 Hfl,wW" if -w t - :z ., , - . -L-4 , - e 5 , 'Mr-+A? 7 H , ., ' ff , :-. 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L 1 1 L ' t Sf Six enzord These are the plane facts about tlus years graduatthg lass One rtundred twenty one recrutts started rn 1940 sev enty two Wrll graduate tn l944 and twelve would oe grad uates are tn the armed servtces Tlns Class met many hanged Condtttons Wttl etglttyltve perc nt of tte sentors worktng at rarttnne Jobs certarn adtustrnents haa to be made All CICl1V1l1GS were planned by an executtve Qounorl under the gurdance of thetr sponsors Mtss Hreatt and Mr Buck Therr orttcers'? Max Brtter presrdent Bobert Bay vrfe presr dent Wrlma Hurst secretary lack Bergh treasurer members of the student counctl Betty Lawrence Martha Ellts and Tom Lewrs When Max and Bobert graduated at mrdterrn Davrd Etchtson becarne the new presrdent wrth Brchard Allen as vrce prestdent A wlnte elephant sale was a war ttme actrvrty spon sored by the senrors thts year lt was carrted on rn the lornn ot an auctton and the artrcles were sold for stamps and bonds Sl OOO 65 worth of bonds and stamps were sold at thrs sa e Another brg hrgh ltgnt ot the year was the Wtnter Prom held the 22nd of lanuary rn the gym largely sponsored by the senrors About 275 people attended th1s sermtormal dance at whtch Don Marnes and hrs orchestra turnrshed the musrc Wrth the loss ot erghteen more classmates at mrdyear the quanttty of the Class was dtmrntshed but not the aualtty These prlots now commrsstoned are not frrghtened bv poor V1S1b1l1lY uncertatn weather They have recerved thetr wtngs and begtn thetr tltght rnto the Wtld Blue Yonder ' 14 M4 re me ' C -' . it t its N rf A' ltt, Q I l 1 A Al ll . 0 I .I Ahll A ,WX 0 l I ff y my y y y - kt tm - L j lit: -I x ,Snug i N "l f eniom Betty Abernathy Gerald Adams Rtchard Allen Betty K Arnold Iean Arnold Helen Auler Iarnes Auth Robert Barber Iaclc Belqh Reanelle Benehel Robert Bradford Wllhelmma Brown D an DeW1tt Mary D1Ruzza Charles Elhnqx d Martha Elhs Davld Etchrson Erleen Etsler Ruth Favors , 9 . Bernice Duncan ' -foo 1944 nn Gartt Bettre Grpe lack Gaens Barbara Gnttey Mary L Hand lean Hartz Evelyn H1CkS Carolyn Hater Barbara Hua ues Wrlrtta Hurst Melba I tnsan P yllrs lanes Bay lanes VITQIHICI Iudd Mary B Kane Barbara Kettn Iaan Latcbaw Betty Lawrence Pat Leact Gle' ' E er JJ ' 2 . Danna Hughes at er 1 8l'll0l"5 l.,1ll1CII'1 LeRoy Thomas Lewrs Carroll McCur1e Delores MCMGLICXTI Audrey Maddox ludrth Markle Laura Marquand Lola M1ller Tmy Q Dell Lambert Olrver Martm Patz Glerma Prentrce Robert Ray Max Rrtter Leo Roesler Norma Rubrecht Lois Silvey ludith Stewart lim Swmdell Q5 Pas.- 1 Z l94 Ddv1d SW1 l Am Ada Teoque M rryl lorllns rr Roberta Townsend Vrlrna Vannato Betty Vs er Ioe Walker Eugene Weed Anna M re Wel sollek Clayburn Wrllranrs 0I'l0l" Barbara Worl y lay Rlqqs no mature for would be graduates lllese students who would have qraduated wltlr our Class, are now rn the Armed Forces Eugene Ludlow Gene Slnpp Mrllard Hysonq Lesl1e Mulvaney Ray Stelter George Grady Earl Freeman lack Roth Charles Chambers Samuel Ewell Iolrn Hughes Basrl Cunnlnqlrarn I5 a gl 2' : ur 1 a 5, l ' I4 K Q' ' . f ' XSJQI' E, 11. I X -A A ia . ' Mun". Q ."r1' o A . lofi is E E K- s l ' Q I uniorri This class of '45 is well on its way toward the goal ol every cadet graduation. They are participating in many ot the school activities and have even undertaken some alone eice cream sales, the buying ot the beige and brown junior sweaters, and the spon- soring ot a class play. Qne ot the proudest moment was when it was announced that this class had bought more bonds and stamps than any other class at A, H. S. Perhaps one reason that the juniors are so successful in everything they do is their worthy administration president, Robert Hurstg vice-president, Neil lohnsong secretary- treasurer, lohnny Wilson. Student council representatives are Barbara Blain, Lewis Moh- ler, and Richard Tappan. Their sponsors, Miss Hull, Miss French, and Miss Frazier, are very helpful in their suggestions tor a better class. The luniors are very well represented in band, athletics, Hi-Y, Girl Reserves, and Spectrum Statt. This class has really lived up to the motto "Keep 'em Flying." Bill Alexander Earl Almack Ed Austin Maxine Azimow lean Baker Eugene Barnett Catherine Beardsley Vildamae Beeson Barbara Blain 2 Melvin Carey K Betty Cleaver Rosamond Cleaver Hugh Clegg luanita Clevenger Minerva Cook lane Cox Bettie Derry 1 ,.--"',,1 Nila Elsworth A wmv Nancy Emshwiller lack Etchison Philip Etsler Phyllis Fish Gloria Foland Mary Olive Fox Ann Freeman Irma Glass Bob Hand Roberetta Hartman Bob Hines Phyllis Holmes PF, Q' :F pf lin Nl A-A ,- ' F3 .06 X0 3 aff' -af, 49- JF' ag: -at 'Y if kv 'Wet I xx of IMA R elvi- 2 of Nr .-f -+63 AK Y union! Elolse Hon Htlda Hurst Robert Hurst Valerle lnqlls Beatr Ce lohnson Nell lobnson lobnme Kmq Luo1lle Krnq Paul Lewls RoVerda Lucas lean Mcflead Elrzabeth McCord Arv1l McCullough lunlor McDerm1tt Ruby Maddox Ted Marrs Melvm May Ellzabetb Mertlmq Robert Montgomery Rlcnard Moraan B111 Muey Vtramla Nash Ray Nelson Harold Odom Hence Orme lean Pamter Harold Porter lean R1tter Evelyn Sturm Helen Sulllvan Barbara Sw1tt Ilm Swlndell Betty Tanner Rlchard Tappan Robert Tharp Maebelle Tobm B1ll Townsend Eulen Walker Robert Welborn Cellna Wheeldon Donna Wllson Iohnny W1lson Kenneth Wolfe lack Young These students do not appear ln the plctures Hester Auler Iames Donahue Lawrence Durzrnsky LEWIS Mohler '4 , 11 J hi , Y ' ' I I , A 1 V A 1 3 1 5 W v Q . X ..- 3, I1 ...J .y 2" 4 if - ' K , x -9 , 1. I 1 V ,, A R " I I - -- 1 LY ' A 1 . A A 5 T ' A t I 5 , 5 1 "' la 9 . 32 C' ' 'I V H' " " N . -W , , ' ' f x X is ' I, 'Y 54 , I: ..--- .,, ,. y Lxi l A 2-4 ' , . N Q 2 A It . 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' , l i X 3 0 0l'l'l 0I"Q5 Huts Qrtll Be they beonles or cdtnpus dmk o s 1 und Qonnnq ophotnores They w1l 11 the bOIl1OfS ol 19411 But no wond r tl1ey are so crgtlvell No cldss Could lol w1tl1 such sponsors os MISS Allen MISS Kuhn ond Mr F st r Tl ey dtd well tl e1r elect1on OfOH1CQIS too Ioseplnne Brown pr s1dent Dowd 1'lL1llII1ClI1 v epres1dent ond secretory treasurer Mdxme lones Bex Pleenor ond B111 Stewort ore the Student COL1T1C1l representdnves The Sopl1on1ores dct1v1t1es ronqe trorn ye1l1nq w1tl1 lusty lungs dt Cl pep SESSION to presentmq tl1e footboll donce 1n the K of P l-loll They re pdtnonc too Almost one fourth of the sopnomores ore enqorqed 1n port t1n1e work Keep your eyes on theml Thouq' tney n1oyl1c1ve C1 Croclc uo or two those sprouunq W1IlQb w1l1 wedther Ill 1ny C1 storm B tty Ab rnc1t1y Norrnd Allen Hester Al1en Pl'1yl11s Allen Lorettd All1son loon Asiby Ann Bcnley Wondd Boker Leroy Bradford Mornno Brornel loseplnne Brown Bdrb ro Brunson Robert Buck R1cl1ord Cotrtwnqht Leon Fleover Charles Cleqq Al1ce Cxlevenqer Boqer Cr1stol Edrl Crum Lloyd Cunnmqhorn Bosemory Cunn1nql'1drn Iornes Deo Kyne Mory Ellen D1clcey Mox Drorper Blchdrd Ellls MGIVID Etclnson Wdndd Etclfnson Rex Fleenor Pl'1yll1s Froz1er Pdtr1c1o Frees lo ,1 -if rig! wa I JF r'7 '3Q .wilt ni 0-0 ,,-1 F2 -4 17 acl, -5 C3 uv ' .. , V' ' 3 t thee un ' Q s , 'l e ' ' 5. , e J " ' ' 1 '. . 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Q.. vs , S s NGN gNW S Xfttx' S 'Ygl- ss 's if i i11 -1-- -1-1 ' " -411 lg i 2 7 Q T cz?wz?e WWII! .S?lfL6!8l'lt KOLUQCL k r ms om ern L wxs Vlo er Ste drt Every Monday durrng home room perrod the Student Councrl meets w1th 1ts sponsor Mr Evans Thrs IS the group that drscusses rmprovements tor the school and trles to solve problems of the students They re the connectmg hnk between the students and the fac utty Thrs year the councrl has been very act1ve w1th Betty Lawrence as presrdent Brchard Tappan v1Cepres1dent Barbara Blaln secretary and Lewrs Mohler treasurer Sopho mores 1un1ors and senlors Chosen by the students and the faculty are represented IH ttns group Havmg students as guest speakers at programs was a new rdea wrth th1 years coun C11 An Armrstlce Day program and a wartrme Chrrstmas tree were sponsored Much rn terest was shown ln the Bond Queen contest rn whlch the students bought stamps and bonds and recelved votes for thelr favor1te queen A Sadle Hawklns dance to whlch de tense stamps were the trckets of adm1ss1on ended ths contest O Brit: ow: V. M. Ev ', T 1 L ' S, e A ht. , B111 w . Frm! rw.-J: Rlrh :rd Tfzprgtfxrx, Betty I,1rwrm1r'e, Mfxrfhfx Hills, Barbra 1 B1 nn, Rox F11-ormfmx. ' I I L 'S , I - ' ' ' G gI"LClfL ilfllne ll, tllffe 6Ll"l'l'l0I"5 0 l'l'I,eI"lCl1 The OUlSlCIIld1I'1Q ach1evement ot the F F A was the wmmnq of the poultry Judqtnq contest at the 25th annual 4H club Round Up at Purdue Un1vers1ty The team cons1sted of Robert Wolfe who was awarded a medal tor the hlgh state score Max Draper Gerald Adams and Davld Swlsher The l1ve stock team made up ot Charles Stevens Robert Hurst Donald Hannah and lack Younq placed hrst 1n lVIad1son county thrrd 1n the d1str1ct and htteenth ln the state Iohnnle Kmq B11lD1llon and Iames Wllson took second place Judqmq crops ln Madlson county Oftrcers are Dav1d Swlsher presldent Robert Hurst v1cepres1dent Gerald Adams secretary Robert Barber treasurer and LGWIS Mohler reporter I l l 1 I t . Rcbezt VVo1te, Max Draper, Gerald Adams, lJL1V1d Swzshf.-r, F. H. lfxsrgtxe, . 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 7 1 ' I 1 1 1 I 1 - 29 I R5 QPUQ5 QIQLOI' K RJQPUQJ For twenty mmutes every other Tuesday one hundred twenty one qrrls meetmq rn the Senlor Hrqh assemoly present lrvmq examples of the pr1nc1ple of democracy These Senror Grrl Reserves elected the1r own offrcers Betty K Arnold prestdent Betty Lawrence vtce presldent Nancy Emshwrller secretary and lvlaxlne AZlHtOW treasurer and they lts t n serrously to suqqestlons ol'I red by therr dvrser Mlss Frazler Followrnq the accepted practrce of havmq a program each meettnq these members have shed tears over the book revrew of Lassre Come Home have delved 1nto serrous problems throuqh panel dlscus stons and have emoyecl musrcal entertarnments Perhaps now IS the proper t1me to men t1on that therr earnest and compet nt presldent Betty K Arnold left for colleqe at m1d term and Betty Lawrence trlled the pos1t1on wrth ab1l1ty j?I'26Al'l'lCU'l QJQPUQJ Every Thursday durmq home room pencil s venty arrls frle 1nto the lunlor Hrqh as sembly Etleen Beeman pounds her qavl tor order Anrta Garthe reads the mmutes Shrrley Wells reports of ttnances Orpha Hannah assumes her dutres as v1cepres1clent Mtss 'Whrte shoulders her respons1b1l1tes as cvrser and another Freshman Grrl Reserve meetlnq rs rn SQSSIOH From these meetmqs have come the plans for the successful Chrrst mas dance and a worth whrle Chrrstmas program and the opportunrty to make new frrends and rmproves ones character y e c Be a xtt Io Walkr To create mamtarn and extend throughout the school and commumty hrgh standards of Chrrstran character IS the purpose of the H1Y They are actrve thrs year under the leadershlp ot Mr Foster The Older Boys Conference was held rn lndranapolrs th1s trme Those attendrng were Roy Iones Rrchard Tappan and Mr Foster Ioe Walker Roy Iones Earl Crum Royce Beeson and Mr Foster attended the H1Y Conventlon held rn Marron Durrng the Chrrstmas hohdays a potluck supper and a gltt exchange were emoyed Pencll sales were carrred on as usual rn both burldlngs Numerous other GCl1V1l19S rn cluded a swrmmrng party and a H1Y and Grrl Reserve party Members of the H1Y are lack Young lohnnv Wrlson Robert Montgomery Iam s D a Kyne Max Rltter Toe 'Walker lack Bergh Leon Cleaver Elmer Maynard Davrd Et h lson Bob Hand Kenneth Hand Earl Crum Rrchard Tappan Iames Kane Roy Iones Eulen Walker Kenneth Wolte Clayborn Wllllams Harry Cook Max lones Roger Chrrstol lack Joens Leroy Lrnsberg Edwm Ferguson Charles Almqurst Drck Hughes Delm r Newman Bob Benetlel Gene Swrndell Royce Beeson Rlchard Ellls B111 Stewart Rex Fleenor Eugene Barnett Gene Farquer Ro Jones, Guy Post r, Ia k lqh, M x R' er, Q 3 . 11 , 1 - , . , , ... . . 11 . . . . 1 1 . . , 1 , . 5 1 1 - - 1 1 1 I 1 - ' I ' u .- g . 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OFYLQ C Huh Air' Kerhn Robe tr Townserd TAT 1R xzz .NOWLQ gcLerA Thls organtzatron began last year at the suggeshon of Mrss Kathryn Letst and was cont1nuedth1s year under the leadershtp of Mlss Ruth Ann Kerhn Its purpose IS to make practrcal use of the Home Economtcs course and to study mannerrsms and courtestes tn a changrng world perrocl 1n the assembly Varlous types of programs are held tncludrng mustcal bustness and educatlonal SIHCG thxs IS strll a young club the GCl1V1l19S are few but mterestlng Some of these act1v1t1es mcluded a Chrlstmas party where the members prepared thelr own meal and ex changed glfts They also have an 1n1t1at1on wrth thelr own r1tual ln the future they plan to sponsor a protect for some needy famlly or take care of some small ch1ld The food front 1S a very rmportant part of our War effort and although these students may not become pllcts on a B17 they Wlll do therr part to provlde the food for the ones who wlll become prlots They are domg therr part toward wmnrng the war Members of thls club are Mary DIRUZZG Mary lane Tomhnson Roberta Townsend Tlny ODell Erleen Etsler Betty Grpe Ednabelle Zerger Donna Hughes Betty Tomhnson Vurhn Gosnell Wanda Baker Audrey Maddox Evelyn Leach Donna Wllson Nlla Els Worth and Glorla Foland 'L : . , rf pry Ifrns Tozzthzzson, M'1ry D x cr, O Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month during home room , . iger V utr 111 r lr r rrcltt Th1s cluo rs made up of sophomores rumors and senrors wrth the basketball and football players as honorary members The purpose ot the club rs to back our Tlger Team lt forms most of the cheertng sectron at games and helps keep up the morale of the school The oflrcers of thrs years club are Barbara Worley prestdent Mary Barbara Kane v1ce prestdent Nell lohnson secretary treasurer The executtve cornmtttee 1S made up of these ofhcers the yell leaders Betty Lawrence Barbara Hughes leanette Parnter and Maurtce Wrtght Eulen Walker the Student Manager and Betty Arnold When Betty Kath ryn left to go to college at mrd term Barbara Keltner was elected Thrs comrntttee carrre on the busrness ot the club and makes the dectstons Many acttvtttes were sponsored by them thts year a movte on sports 1n the assem bly dances and a Clarrstmas party after the Hartford Crty game fdurlng whlch Santa presented each basketball player and Daddy Treesh wrth a presentl and the banquet tn the gym whtch Mrss Kerlln and the home economtcs students served Yes they re leadtng our Ttger Army to htgh flytng vrctory Members of the club are SENIORS Betty Arnold lear' Arnold Bob Barber lack B lah Reanelle Benct l Wrlhelmrna Brown Martha Ellrs Etleen Etsler Ruth Frxors Tren rrtn r Bette G,e Irck G eas Phylrs Golden Mary Hard lean Hartz Caro yn Hofer Wtlma Hurst Roy lones Vrrqtntr ludd Barbara Keltner loan Latchaw Pat Leach lrllran leroy Iudrth Markle Delores McMahon Lola Mtller Trny OD ll Lambert Oltver Glenna Prenttce Max Rrtter Norma Rubrecht Iudrth Stewart Davrd Swrsher Mary lane Tom lrnson Roberta Townsend Betx Vrscher Joe Walker IUNIORS Btll Alexander Hester Auler Maxme Azrrnow Cathertno Beardsl y Bxrbrrc Blatrt Betty Cl aver Ros rrnund Cleaver Mtnerva Cook Betty Derry Lawrence Durzxnsky Nancy Ernswtllor Phyllts Pzsh Mary Ohve Fox Ann Freeman Irrna Glass Phyllxs Holnes Hrlda Hurst Beatrtce Iohnson lean McClead Elrzabe h lV'CCOrd l9'1n POINTS! IGCII1 R1 ter l9C1I't Sturm H9l9'l SUVIVU Barbara Swrft Celrna Wheeldon SOPHOMOHES Phyllts Allen Loretta Alttson Ann Barley losephrne Brown Barbarr Brunson Bob Buck Wanda Etchrson Nancy Flanders Fox Fleenor P1tFr e Imoqr ne Golden Vera Hannah Mary Inez Hartwell Martha Htqh Rtchard Hurst Iudrth lohnson Frank rn lones Maxtnf Io es lrrs Lockwood Kathleen Ncliee lrm Montgomery Rrchard Morgan Marrlyn Morton Eula Nacor' Mary Ruth Rtrhardsort Rovena Rtnger Ioan Rrnker Agnes Schott Alberta Schmrdt Peggy Seybert Dons Marte Shawhan Bxll Stewart Madonna Summers Betty Thurston Be ty Tomlrnson Betty Walker Rozella Weed Ruth Wehsollek Barbara Wrlh lm Ednabelle Zetger Erleen Roesler Roy Stuard 1 Burk rf1'.-I: .!I'1 ce Vtlrrfght, Lulf VJ' lk 1 1 C' Sw t QI, Neil Iwltrrrnon. Frtrnt R 'f: Betty fr' 1 ce, lean f . , rr' ara 1 , f , , , t' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . r . . , 1 1 ' I 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 - A' . - - . . . Q , . V ., I . 1 1 e 11 11 . V I I , . 1 . . 11 . . . 11 . , . . " ', ,1'. 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Lambert Gllver Bob Buck Harold Eubanks Eugene Barnett Davtd Etclnson Nrna Cun nlnqham Dorrs Marte Snawlnan loyce Etclnson Scott Lasley Sarah Hurnplirres Brclrmard Cartwrrqht Erleen McCullough K Bayle Rex Iones Madonna Heartbaraer Euntce Port er Drxanna Gross Carol Frsn Edwrn Ferguson Gwendolyn Etsler Vera Maynard Iuan rta Wlll1IHlS Irmmy Arnold Bob Benefrel lsulen Walker Bosrrnond Cleaver Elrzabetlt Glover Betty Cleaver Brlly Clock Bruce Mottweller Slnrlcy Wells LeRoy Bradford Boa trrce Iolrnson Orpha Hannah lean Ann Hendryx loan Farquar Carroll Starr Narda Gordon Carne Reese Betty McKee Beanelle Benetrel Marrlyn Hoppes Carolyn l-lueb ner Kathryn Sbroth Betty Arnold Mary Barbara Kan Nancy Ernshwrller Mrnerva Cook Lourse Owen Mr Cupe- I U rv.: .Q- V w. . ,Ai . . . . V , , N. I 1 I I I Y I 1 1 I I I I I I ' I I I - I I A I I I I - , . . . , 1 Y , f f , 1 - I 1 I 1 1 s ff I I I I V' I W - I Y Y f I 1 f I V I I I I -- Q I V I ' VI I I , . . CLI1 ua LC Tl11y Deed lt Y tl1e member of the bond w1tl1 ll1G1I new drrector M Crnef lrdd e11ouC111 rl1y111e dnd rbytnrn to rerlly send cr sol1d new scbool song A few 11nts wer drobp d by T1q r Club members ond the bond set to work Usrnq Frqbt On ct tl e t 1 tlrey combos d tr1e1r own words And d1d the student body ever tlnnk 1t wos on t 19 beomll Ployrnq dt tne bdslcetboll Q mes become Q hoblt w1th the bond os rt qotve out w1tl1 some new marches ond yells From tuen on Mr Cr1pe ond the bond were o mt Enrollmert 1n botl1 bunds lor the yedr dv roqed s ventyfrve Ddvrd Et l11son Bednello B net1el Mory Bdrbcrd Kone B tty Arnold ond Ldmb rt Olrver ore the qrddudtrnq senrors from tl1e A Bond B tty Arnold took over the respons1b1l1t1e ds presrdent ol the bdnd tlns year w1tl1 Mcrry KUNG os v1cebres1dent ornd Mmervd Cook os secretory Bednelle Benellel drd the boton twtrlmq tor tlre morclnnq bdnd ot tne football qdrnes Altlrouqb mony ol tl1e new members cr rrom ldst yeors B bond they ore now con srdered old trmers Mr Crrpe strll drrects tbe B bond os well os o muslc opprecrotron ldss Jumor lnqb mus1c Illfllll qrode q1rls qlee club dnd the orode school bonds He dr rected the lnqlu sclsool q1rls 1n tle Eoster contdtd Vrctory Drvrne ond the bond rn two Concerts durmq the your Tl1obc1nd t1ll re QIVCS 111ostopprob1dtLd help from tl1e Bmd Boosters Club wlnclt sponsored d turkey rottle IIlCIQlClCII'1 show dnd severol other prolects durmq the yedr to belp buy mstrument MISS Bermce Surrott wds 1r1 cborqe of qrsxde school rnus1c dnd Crppeored ds v1ol1n so l 1st at the Armrstrce Doy proqrdm Grrl Reserves ond otl1er pldces durrnq the yectr O 9 1 Os, s - , I. fy 1 V z 1 V 1 Je, - , . 1 f e e e . s , X X Q , . . . . 1 111: llC,, V .. ,f 1 ' 1 H ' ' ' ' . .. ,A 7. 1 , . y A 1 ' . 1 , . . .. ' 1 l ' D 2 Y I ' 'N I . ,t , o . , , , , Q l ' Q Q ' V I V , . , V , 1 V . . TE s . , , 4 , , A 1 , . - - V 1 TCI - H , F . 'V I I V - ' , 1 s. , L F D. . . . . .. , , . 0lfl'll'l'lQl"ClCl, w X nr r oorg qoll udrth 9 evt rrt lullth Mir c The comrnercral department too has a promrnent place 1n the actxvrtres of our darly hte Not only rs rt playrnq an rrnportant part rn school actrvrtres but also 1n the flyrnq world of today and tornorrow Squadron leader M155 Allen IS rn full command of beqrn nrnq typrnq and shorthand advanced typrnq and shorthand bookkeeprnq consumer edu catron and cornmercral law and rs preparrnq the crew lor full llrqht Planes and shrps are equrpped w1tn typrsts and other commerclal workers for we of today realrze the qrowrnq need of these Work ers rn trmes of war as Well as peace Under the supervrsron and quldance of therr leader the comrnercral students forqc ahead to take therr place 1n the freld olproqress I t Hrck ro 1 'J ' ntr Hurst, G.. 'iii Ed , I ' .I ff , liarothy Zrrnrrxcrmtrrz, r 4 klx Front row: Betty Vrsc-her, Mwry Loulse Hand, Mcrxrne Allen, Reanelle Benoircfl, Bottle Glpo. , ' I I - I I V '- I 1 r I A I I .5 V 1 I1 MJ fran! leldaftnlenf i One ot the areat needs of rndustry today IS well tramed workmen who are slulled wtth the1r hands and also tra1ned to thrnlc about therr work dtaqnose troubles and suqqest tmprovements No man can hope to succeed rn any lrne of work unless he 1S wtllrnq t study 1t and lncrease h1s own ab1l1ty Thls rs lust what the boys rn our lndustrral Department are learnrnq to do IU therr classes ot metal and wood work advanced blueprmt readrnq advanced drawrnq and shop mathematlcs Three new lathes have been added to the shop th1s year and the busy hum of mo tors can be heard almost any t1me durrnq the day One of the many pronects of these students was the makrnq ot our green Bond Booth We are proud of Mr l-lrnds for the way he has operated our shop and our hats are oft to these boys from the lndustrlal Departm nt the boys who may some day be burld mg planes IH a defense plant or servmq as mechanlcs or crew ch1els rn the Alr Corps L9 J . .fi . , ,J 'Z url, t ' 7 , A Htl! , ' '3 . 9 . - 37 joofgaf 3 lc Ron R1 1 cnW1lkI 1 Tltd R Ju T e football season was very successful tlns year as Compared to past seasons Tlr year we saw a qreat rncrease rn ttre rnterest tltat the students and fans of Alexandna aavo tlretr football team Next year our football te am Wlll be greatly tmproved because we will have fourteen letter wmners back from tlns fears squad Semor letter Nmners are Davtfl Etclnson rlr Tom Lewrs rt Martrn Patz rt lay Rrqqs ltr and Captatn Eugene Weed ab lumors avarlabl for next years squad are Bus Almaclc fb Hualt Cleaq l Robe-r Hurst rt Nell lodnson le Ray Nelson re Harold Porter fb Carroll Swmdell C Rrcta a Tappan rq lofm Wtlson le and Maurtce Wrtqbt ra Sophomore letter wmners are Reber Grpe la loe Howerton rd Delmar Newman lt lay Stelter llt and Dtvtd Huffman ao ,Q gn 1 -if lea, if Bac. 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T A 9 ' 511 g6l,5Lef66l Z B1 lc 1 len -N xlk tt I Wrtlt a brrllrant sectronal performance tho Trgers tor p cl tltclr most successful se rson rn recent years Boastmg a season s record of 13 V1ClOf19S and 7 losses the trgers were the only real threat to Anderson rn sectronal play Durrng the entrre season they were me vrc trms of an overtrme nnx therr frrst three defeats cornrng rr overtrme play ffl e Trgers t,xrted off wrth srx consecutrve vrctorres ove Noblesvtlle Mrddl town Sun mrtvrlle W1 bash Elwood and Ttpton but ran mto therr Jmx at PCI1fII1CI1lCII1Cl lost rrst gam 30 '58 rn an overtlme Reboundmg from the defeat the Trgers mangled Hartford Crty Hagerstown Frankton and Pendleton 1n crder Burns of Mun te tmen once agam aonlred me Jmx wmnmg rn overtrme battle 4139 St Marys vv IS an easy vtctrm but Elwood outplayed the Trgers to w1n rn a thrrllrng overtrme game lt seems that bemg beat n rn overtrm s tl1YGn trmes caus d the Trgers to fall mto a slump Us tney lost therr lc st three games to Central of Muncle Huntrngton and Tipton In the sectronal they druhhed Summrtvrlle 52 38 and outplayed Frankton 4129 openrng r unds ln the fmal game they oatfought and otltnlayed Ander on hut were unable to h11 from the freld and lost 44 30 Promrse of a good team rs forseen for next year as only three men wrll be lost from t e varsrty squad Etchrson Rrggs and Weed have played therr last games fcr AHS Returnmg are Barnett Howerton Leach Muey Nelson Sayre Stelter and Wrlson from tl sectronal squad Wrnnrng 15 of 17 games thrs years second team was one of the fmest rn school hr tory The Cubs won 15 strarght before losmg to MllY1C1G Central cmd Huntmgton htt cam back to beat Trptor ln the seasons frrale 1 cc tow: Co 1 'lx Flon xld 'l'r1f1f:'l1, 11vR-Q' S1ryr'11, P11 Lyon? 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' e son - 17 13. 5 - F . 9 , ' 5 - F . 11 ' - F h. 18 ' , , -1 1'3txf'k row: 1.'1Roy Srxyrt-, lark Flrazcrti-, VKXYJOIWO Weed, Iohn Wilfion, Vivid li1i'l1lSOl1, I'1y Rtqqs, Peltna Nfwman, Wlllllllk Ruhr z-n' ht. i n ow: David Huftman, Iay Stelter, loo Howerton, Eugene Barnett, Al ext Learh, B111 Mme , o Gipe. Front row: Georqc Richardson, Ric ard 121115, Loren Sizelave, 111 eaman, Ierr Lzttle, 1 Mddl R b yB1: h E B y .x4cfiuifie6 The act1v1t1es m our school were unusual th1s year Classes were changed and new ldeas were carrted out Due to the gas rattonmg the Latln Cont t was not held th1s year but certlttcates ol merlt were awarded to L1ll1an Leroy Martha Elhs W1lhelm1na Brown and VITQIHIG Iudd Home Economtcs Classes prepared meals and mvtted the teachers as guests Thev also prepared the meal tor the Ttger Club banquet In connectron w1th publlc speakmg the Amertcan Legron oratortcal contest was hela w1th Lllhan Leroy wtnnmg ttrst Phrhp Etsler second Phylhs Frsh thtrd and Mlnerva Cook Iourth Four students gave pep talks tor general assemblles and three students gave speeches on the Monroe Doctrme tor Mtss Frenchs hrstory classes The band sponsored a maglclan to rats money for new mstruments They also held concerts and played at basketball games Chemtstry dealt w1th many th1ngs mcludmg that horr1d smell of H S Durmg the second semester Ioe Walker Eugene Weed Rlchard Allen and Leo Roes ler took the radro techmctan test for the navy Several other students took c1t1zensh1p tests to compete for a hundred dollar war bond Th General Electrlc Talent Search was gtven to Lola M1ller B tty Vrscher loe Walker Eugene Weed Max Rrtter and Lambert Ollver 1n S IGHCQ Later tn March some of the boys took the V12 test for the navy A Red Cross dr1ve was held 1n March and one hundred per cent stlckers were put rn the home room wmdows The llbrary has been kept very busy th1s year teachmg sophomores how to use the Readers Gulde remtorcmg magazmes tra1n1ng student llbrarlans and huntmg books and rnagazmes for spectal reports The new book shelves along the west wall the crrculatmg desk and the catalogue cab1net were add1t1ons to our ltbrary th1s year along wtth many new books The consol1dat1on of the lumor H1gh and Semor H1gh l1brar1es was also an 1mportant feature Multrple text books caused more frequent use of the lrbrary and much more work for the llbrarlans Basketball games were held at noon w1th students actmg as coaches The gtrls had a basketball tourney 1n the1r gym classes ln March the lumor Morons won the Class Tourney after defeatmg the Freshmen Freaks Senlor Supermen and Sophomore D1ll1es 1 1 Y c . . 1 . DH 1 V3 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 . , L. , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . . 1 . 9 . ' 2 1 1 1 ' . 9 I Q 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 1-' ' . C , , . ' A 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 1 . . , 1 1 - 1 . . . 11 11 ' 1 1 il ll 1 I1 ll 1 1 11 . . 11 14-Q Ca LFLCJCU' September School beams Sorhomcres go around 1n a daze F1rst horn football game w1th Columb1a Q,1ty No luck T1gers' en1or cl ts ele llOTl R1tter runs for second term lun1or cla elechcr Hur he lor pr S1dGT1l October 8 R1ley Day Program by Mr Dav1s from Pur ue l2 Mr Fosters home room d1scusses a Dry Nlghtclub 2122 State Teachers Assoc1at1on 27 Pepcrt cards Gor h What w1ll Pop say? 23 29 Rat1on1ng books QIV us another vaca 1on 29 Sen1or HICJLI Halloween party ID Iumor l-hgh halls But where was ludy Stewart? November Comm1ttee for K1dS Canteen chosen W1ll'l Maxme Az1mow as leader 812 Nat1onal Educat1on Week 9 L1qu1d Alf Mag1c1an from Duke Un1vers1ty Can you dr1ve a na1l w1th a banana? d1d you get Paul Our frrst snow Beautr fu 1S1'1l1l'p Arrn1st1ce Day Program by Student Counc1l 1n the gym w1th Martha Elhs as student speaker Congratulauons Martha Sen 1or play tryouts Where are the Boys'?'?'P P1fSl basketball game W1ll'1 Noblesvllle Yeh' Rah' TIQQYS' Score 40 42 We conquer M1ddletown 40 25 Llte beglns at 40 Program tor Courtesy Week g1ven by Fresh man g1rls Home Econom1cs class No sen1or play th1s year Due to the acute man shortage" Wh1te Elephant sale w1th Paul Lawler as auchoneer and the art1cles sold for Sl 007 65 worth ol bonds and stamps We backed the attack' T1gers beat Sumrn1tv1lle Gobhns 3820 What a crowd' What a game' Alexandna 43 Wabash 36 Fourth v1ctory for the T1gers 13 ' . 1 ' 17- ' yy ' 9 A ' ' 23 S ' l ' s 'c' 3' CC ' lr ss , " 1 " s Q e ' Q1 . 'I 'U H n ' 1 . s , . U' t' . l0 Hunting season starts. How. many pheasants ll-4 - ' ' v H ' 12 S 1 y ccccc do 1 1 . "1 13 4 ' ' ' ', ' - . ' ' l7f 'H I Q ' - ,Q 1844 ' ' . ' Em ,:'t 51V 23 . " . , , I 't n I 4 I, 24- ' I' ' ' . - . A 264 u . ' r , . CCL LFLCICLI' December QQ N W -pHy51CAL Q2 FITNESS UWM QL WA R BONDS A N D STAMPS DME U-U sf W-- CHEMI STRY IAB UBLIC SPEAKING Z x M. 1EP::t. -314 :QL 4 0TH ER scHoo L ,a.cr1v1T1E.s I Af I cf S" Wh i lv" 1,1 QI cz I 1 ,,,, l'ZI 0525" 0,039 q 0 J Xa., .fhqaf Student Counc1l announces Bond Queen Contest Be sure and vote lor your tavcr 1te beauty amona the lovel1es ot AHS Oscar Stearn terror1zes us w1tl1 h1s adven tures as a German pr1soner Pearl Harbor Day Can we forget? l71tth VIC tory for the T1qers over the Elwood Pan tl1ers 37 25 Even the pol1ce patrolled tl1e stre ts Heally exc1t1nq game and another v1ctory Alex 37 Ttpton 33 Good n1qht lc1sses were d1scussed 1n panel d1scuss1on at H1Y Dave Etchtson seems to be a the t1mes but what about loe Br1aht boy Orme raved wl1en au1etly expla1ned that we do Llllfll tl1e 23rd tor Chr1stn1as How tnterestmq the round table Cl1SQUSS1OI'l was at tl1e Spectrum Staff rneehnq Why the cheery chatter Bla1n'P Westmghouse SCIQHCQ test q1ven SGUIOY mov1e The Last ot the Molncans Wlfll an overt1me qame and a score f 39 38 the T1qers lost the1r hrst basketball qame Could 1t have been over conh dence TIQGISQ l1ttle beh1nd Walker lvhss French not qet out Student Counc1l sponsors a Chnstrnas pro qram w1th Rev W1nfrey as quest speaker The wart1me tree y1elded a b1q red apple tor h1m No more school unt1l Ian 3rd Two days to recuperate from that mqht Icmuury 'What a dreary day No one seems to want to work after that lona vacat1on F1nal Bond Queen Contest starts wtth lean Arnold Helen Sull1van and Iud1th Iohn son as cand1dates Posters qo up announcmq the comma Prom on the 22nd lvhss Fraz1er rushes trant1cally 1nto the hall to announce she had found Vlfqll 1n the cupboard Hagerstown qame V1ctory aqaml 33 31 The Spectrum Start would hlced to have awarded M155 H1ett the purple heart for bravery when she cut her hnqer on the paper cutter A 1 1 , ' , 663 gfT I ,g TD 3 B ' 1 ' ' . , ' 115 -7 M ' ' - M J ' Y 1 ' V 0 ' I . . - . , ' A1 1 1 10- V' , ' . 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T1gers are defeated by 1-lunnngton 36 51 Basketball ooys are f1na11y 011 probat1or1l' F B 1 uh man uh FITS1 n1ght at K1ds Canteen T1pton got a surpnse the referee got a rest we got a score 01 144 W11at a ga11e What a hght' New songs and yells for the Sect1ona1 We re on the beam' Drew for Sechonal t1ckets Ch well you can throw confett1 from the top row eve11 11 you cant see 1un1or play try outs Yes we ate the Gobhns 52 29 R1chard Morgan cranes 111s neck to watc11 a F1,f1ng Fortress C1fCl111Q A H S dunng th11d per1od assembly lt was a local boy lack DGVIS Frankion boo hooed as the T1gers won aga1n 4129 Our battle cry Cn to Anderson was merely d1mmed when the lnd1ans won the battle over our IT11Ql11Y T1ger squad 44 30 We w1ll carry on next year and have our taste ol lnd1an Bacon for we w111 have enoug11 pomts March Apnl 9 10 May 14 21 25 26 MOVIE Desert V1ctory Beg1ona1s at 1nd1anapo11s and the T1ge1s had a r1ng S1d9 seat Sen1or r1ngs are herell Spend1ngSav1ngShopp1ng at G1r1 Reserves K1d s Canteen Semor scrap paper dance 1n the gym Bad1o '1'echn1c1an test for sen1or boys Mrs Gossett 1n t1e supermtendents OHICQ Spectrum goes to press We are not respons1b1e for anythlng that happens after t111s Class tourney State Fmals at lnd1anapol1s Glee Club QIVQS Easter Cantata for the Sunnse Serv1ce T1ger Club banquet 1n the gym Semors proudly d1splay 111811 caps and gowns Baccalaureate Commencement Dr G Benson, Supt of Method1st Hosp1ta1, 1nd1a11apo11s as speaker Goodbye 12-Sem znoasurg' lor cry: d 1 11.15. lffecd .1 11' ' ' 0 221719 S oe 111a11.2 14 , . -0. 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