Alexandria Monroe High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Alexandria, IN)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1951 volume:
ALEXANDRIA HIGH SCHOOL
You may find yourself driving along the road of
life when you open your 1951 Spectrum.
Looking back, We find our speed limit was too
fast,' We reached the end of our journey too soon.
We hope to leave with you a few memories of
the spills, crashes, and also, the joy rides.
So grab a bumper of our Model T as We turn
the pages of our travelog through the eventful years
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TO LYLE HARDING
Overheard between a traffic cop and the '51 Sen-
iors: Got your driver's license?-Yep, I sure have,
thanks to Mr. Harding.-Can you drive?-Yep, thanks
to Mr. Harding for having the patience to teach me.-
Where are you driving to?-To a football game. Mr.
Harding coached us through a number of victories you
know.-Know anything about business?-Yep, I was
in Mr. Harding's business classes.-Say, I'm going to
have a talk with this Harding fellow. Got anything
you want me to tell him?-Yep, tell him thanks for
teaching us to drive, for signing passes in our Junior
year, for having a winning football team, and for just
being the swell guy he is. And if he wants to know
who's saying thanks, tell him the Class of '51 is. r
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High School Principal
MAX BELL HELEN BRANNON ROY BROWN
Junior High School
ERNEST BUCK LEWIS BUHLER
RROL COPELAND DON DICK LAWRENCE FRAZIER
flusic Director U. S. History Biology
Physical Education Assistant Coach
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1 Football coach 3
ITH HULL MARGARET KELLER
ocial Science Music
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KATIE SLONE BASIL HOLMES ERMA GENE
Mathematics Social Studies McVICKER
LOUISE GRANTHAM MARY ZOOK
Physical Education Art
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GORDEN FOX HENSLEY MILLER
EUGENE BYRD BARRETT WISEHART ARLENE NELSC
HN JOHNSON BARBARA PAUL R. BETTY BANGLE
DARLENE ELLIS, Jr.
PAUL A. MARGERY WILLIAM DAVID MARY JANE
VICCULLOUGH HUMPHRIES BARTH JARRETT
WILLIAM LEE RAMONA JEAN ROBERT CHERITA
WALKER WAYMIRE DWIGGINS MYERS
PHILLIP NEIL VINCENT PAUL ROSEMARY
TOBIN MYRNA WATSON BEARDSLEY BLAKE
iOBERT KING JANE JACK WOOTTON MARILYN ANNE
IACK E. HORN GAIL MULL FOSTER MEEKS
JACK L. FULLER
FRANKLIN J ACQUELINE GEORGE W. DORIS COX
CLOSSER MCCARTY DAVIS
ALBERTA JAMES G.
JACK CUMMINS THOMAS JACOBS WANDA TEAGU
JOHN GLADYS FAUN TOMMY EATON SHARON
MCELFRESH CHAPLIN NEWCOMB
J. TERRIE LOLITA JERRY
JAMES H. LAWS PATRICIA ROBERT LEON RUTH TANNE'
MCFERRAN BREESE LEAKEY
RICHARD BARBARA N. MARY RUTI5
ETCHISON HERITAGE HOWARD KING LUNDY
EDGAR F. CATHERIN JERRY IRIS MAE
STREET KILGORE FOLAND
MEHLING GILBERT YORK ANITA COLVILL
JIM WISHON PHYLLIS DONALD OLSEN RUBY WARRE
VIRGIL PATZ JOY BAKER MITCHELL MARY Rom
RRY PIERCE ESTHER E. WILLIAM JANET
ETSLER OLDFIELD ANDERSON
IMOGENE WILLIAM H.
AVID HOWE GAITHER SAYRE MAXINE ADAMS
BOB POOLE FRANCES CHARLES WAYNE R.
DOSTER MONTGOMERY MORTON
In 1948, one hundred and forty-three students came together from Alexandria Jun-
ior High, Cunningham, Orestes, and St. Mary's to start driving together for our Freshman
Mrs. Slone, Mrs. Harlan, and Mr. Armstrong started us on the long drive ahead. We
elected Jerry Etchison as president, Rosemary Blake as vice-president: secetary, Jim Laws
CRemember his campaign speech, "I promise a chicken in every pot and sodas in the drink-
ing fountains."J and Velma Wilson became our treasurer.
We started selling magazine subscriptions to make money and exceeded the sales of
the classes in former years.
For a semester party we decided to have a pot luck supper at the Kanteen. Then to
finish off the year, we went to Shady Side in Anderson for our class picnic. CRemember
when Jim Laws fell in the river?j
In 1949 we had driven several miles and were now Sophomores. Don Olsen became
president with Gail Mull, Rosemary Blake, and Ruth Manring to help him along the way.
Miss Hull and Miss French drove along with us.
We planned a bake sale to make money. For our party we again went to the Kan-
teen for a pot luck supper.
During this year, the second team in basketball was made up entirely of sophomores,
and we had two of our boys playing on the first team. We were really proud of them.
For our class picnic we went to the park at Marion. It seems whenever our class gets
near water someone falls in. This year was no exception, for Theresa Roesler came up out of
the water dripping Wet.
Our representatives to the Student-Teacher Co-Op were Paul Ellis, Patti McFerran,
Theresa Roesler, and Jim Wishon.
In 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Harding started us driving through our Junior year. We elected
Jim Wishon president, Paul Ellis, vice-president, Marilyn Jones, secretary: and Rosemary
Blake, treasurer. Our repesentatives to the Co-Op were Jerry Etchison, Myrna Watson, Frank-
lin Closser, and Sara Nell Fox.
Our first order of business was to decide on the color for our sweaters. QRemember how
someone wanted orange and black?J After much disagreement, we finally decided on silver-
grey sweaters with green letters.
Next we chose our rings. Everyone thought they were the best looking rings they had
To make money we had a pot luck supper at the Kanteen and called it a Sok-Hop.
CRemember how jerry measured everyone's foot as they came in the door?J
In February we had a scrap drive. We gathered up all the old papers and junk we
could find. It was hard work, but we had a lot of fun. CRemember how some of us went
together and bought some lunch meat and had a picnic in Sara Nell's back yard?J
For our junior trip we went to Purdue. There wasn't any water, but we had trouble
with one of the buses on the way down.
Then we started on our senior year. There wasn't much time to stop along the road,
but we managed to have a good time all along the way.
Jim Wishon was re-elected president with Charles Montgomery, Rosemary Blake, and
Marilyn Jones to help him. Our Co-Op representatives were Myrna Watson, Sara Nell Fox,
and Dick and Jerry Etchison. Mr. Dick, Mrs. Slone, and Mrs. Grantham were our supervis-
We ordered our announcements, and traded our senior pictures and cards. We sold
things at the football and basketball games.
Everything was rush, rush, rush, getting ready for that trip to Detroit. Then suddenly
the rush was over. We parked our cars at the door of A.H.S. and began that walk down the
aisle in our grey caps and gowns.
Seated: Mrs. Grantham, Rosemary Blake, treasurer: Marilyn Jones, secretary: Mrs. Slone.
Standing: Don Montgomery, vice-president: Mr. Dick, jim Wishon, president.
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George Beatson, Dora Beaty, Sally Beigh, Richard Benson, Barbara Blake, Janet Bra
ford, Jerry Brawner.
Ralph Brewer, Gerald Brobst, Iva Mae Brotherton, Ronald Buckles, Adrienne Burne
Opal Clevenger, Bernadine Collis.
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Charles Donahue, Donald Eaton, Carlton Edwards, Meria Elbert, Bonnie Elswor
Carolyn Farrington, Johnnie Fernung.
cie Frazee, William Frazier, Richard Fuller, Maurice Gaither, Phyllis Garner, Court-
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Joe Mesalam, Audrey Miller.
Donald Miller, Don Montgomery, Jim Morgan, Jerry Morris, Marlene Nash, Rol
Owen, Edward Parnell.
Carolyn Patz, jerry Peck, Marilyn Plackard, joseph Rastetter, Marvin Rector, Su
Roberts, Phyllis Robertson.
David Robey, Mary jane Scott, james Sigler, Gerald Smock, james Snyder, Sa
Stahlhuth, Sherman Stanley.
Donald Starr, Marilyn Starr, james Stevens, Judy Swin
Deloris Tanner, Paul Tomlinson, Geraldine Treesh
Phillip VanHorn, Mara Jo Vollenhals, Marvin Wa:
Thomas Williams, Barbara Wood, Joyce Wood,
Harry Workman, Patricia Wright.
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JUNIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES
As we look through the rear-view mirror we find, following
bumper to bumper, the Junior Class.
The class was led by Don Miller with Kelly McGill assist-
ingg Jerry Peck was secretary and Susan Roberts, treasurer. Rep-
resentatives to Student Teacher Co-Op were Charles Donahue,
Marilyn Plackard, Sam Hughes, and Donald McClead.
With 113 members to participate, they sponsored a scrap
drive, held a Halloween Party at the Kanteen, and also had a
They were very proud of their flashy gold and ruby rings.
Mr. and Mrs. Henery Oberholtzer were their sponsors.
SOPHOMORE CLASS ACTIVITIES
Coming up the road are the 118 Sophomores who have dec-
orated their car with green sweaters on which we see white let-
ters, trimmed in gold.
In the leading car are the supervisors, Miss Frazier and Mr.
In the next car are the officials. Dallas Thomas is in the
driver's seat with Noreen Beeman at his side. Jack King is the
money taker, and Janet McCarty keeps the minutes.
The co-op car comes next. It consists of Gail Willis, Jack
Matney, Jane Bitner, and Lloyd F rix.
This year the car was used to drive all Sophomores to the
class party at the Kanteen. It was also used to drive everybody
to the Square Dance that was sponsored by the Sophomores.
Bob Aborn, Patricia Alexander, Betty Allen, John Armstrong, William Armstrong, Car
olyn Ashby, Dale Auler.
Richard Auler, Evelyn Ball, Noreen Beeman, Jane Bitner, Wayne Blake, Georgian:
Board, Sally Boyer.
Richard Carlisle, jerry Chambers, Blanche Clark, Annabelle Collis, Bill Comer, jeai
Craig, Helen Dalton.
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Larry Fleenor, William Foster, Jack Friend, Lloyd Frix, '
Joseph Fuller, Donald Gipe, Larry Goettel. ,
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ndra Haskett, Jay Hensley, Kay Hight, Sally Hight, Joyce Holler, Donald Horn,
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2lvin King, Shirley Lambertson, Robert LaPierre, Linda Larkin, Donald Lemon, Gene
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Breese, Judith Brewer.
Jert Brobst, Mary Ann Brotherton. Patricia Brotherton, Richard Buckles, Larry
Campbell, Martha Chaffin, Priscilla Clark.
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Malnee Eden, john Elbert, Ruth Evelyn Ellis, Patricia
Etchison, Barbara Eubanks, Jimmie Ferguson, Rose
Ralph Flecker, Ruth Elaine F look, Elmer Ford, Anna
jane Frazier, George Glass, William Gaither, Don
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James Haskell, Charles Hight, Norma Holler, Jonnie Horn, Sharon Horn, Mryna Hug
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Velma King, Jeanette Kunckles, Frank Lambert-
Carolyn Lawson, Shirley Leach, Joyce Leonard, Jim I-
Livengood, Barbara McCarty, Forest McDaniel,
Mary Ann Miller.
James Morgan, Earl Morris, Sherrill Morris, Danial
Mudd, Jack Newcomb, Shirley Overby, Cary Peck.
arolyn Porter, Bob Poynter, Joyce Rathel, William Riall, Susan Rice, Rohn Ritten-
house, Lois Ann Roan.
ay Roby, Roy Roby, George Ross, Deva Carol Ryan, Lyn Ryan, Barbara Sayre,
ichard Scott. Theresa Scribner, Robert Semon, Joyce Sizelove, Carole Stevens, Rob-
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Betty Williams, Judith Williams,
Jerry Wilson, Dallas Wood.
The Freshman Class started out with 125 members in their
class. They elected Sandra Kilgore, president, Sherman Hurst,
vice-presidentg Joyce Surber, treasurer: and Patricia Brotherton,
secretary. Freshman Co-Op representatives were Barbara Mc-
Carty and Jerry Wilson.
Yell leaders for the freshman basketball team were Betty
Underwood, Barbara McCarty, and Judy Williams.
They sold magazine subscriptions to boost their treasury.
Mr. Fraizer, Mr. Buhler, and Mr. Disque were their sponsors.
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The eighth grade had their ups and downs and are now
ready to apply for their licenses to go further-to enter high
To lead them through the year the students chose Beverly
Whaley, presidentg Billy Hunter, vice-president: Kathleen Light-
foot, secretaryg and Richard Sizelove, treasurer. Mr. Holmes
and Miss McCammon were their sponsors.
To lead the fans in cheers they chose Alnita Ferguson and
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The seventh grade started out on the long journey through
junior and senior high school. The journey will go slowly, at first,
but later on, it will go too fast.
The 7A l class chose David Fox as president, Konrad Schroth,
vice-presidentg Charles Pittman, secretary, and Phyllis Hanlin,
The 7A 2 class chose Donald Smith as presidentg Westly
Savage, vice-president: Hoadly Flook, secretaryg and Judy Bran-
Their sponsors were Miss Brannon and Mrs. Zook.
fnald Alexander, Merrill Almquist, Gerald Anderson, Ralph Anderson, Jack Armstrong,
Marilyn Beeman, Mary Byrd.
e Cartwright, Robert Collins, Ed Comer, Donald Cunningham, Dick Damm, Alnita
Ferguson, Leonard Fish.
rolyn Fraundorfer, Stephen Freeman, Betty Gordon, Ralph Grose, Juanita Gruver,
Barbara Hammond, joan Howard.
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Row I: Ralph Brewer, Richard Baker, Jack Hartley, Richard Auler, Ronald Alexander, Jim Wehsollek, La
Goettel, Jerry Etchison, Charles Townsend, Thomas Eaton.
Row 2: joseph Matney, Dale Seybert, Donald Gipe, Jerry Peck, Larry Pierce, Bob Breese, Lloyd Frix, S
Hughes, David Howe.
Row 3: Neil Wisler, Roy Wood, Virgil Patz, Larry Fleenor, Kelly McGill, Bill Armstrong, jack King, How
King, Bill Foster, Coach Lyle Harding.
Under the leadership of our new football coach, Mr. Harding, the Tigers
won three games and tied one for the l950 season. There were twelve returning
lettermen for this year's team.
The following boys won varsity awards for the 1950 season: Bob Breese,
Captain: Jerry Etchison, David Howe, Howard King, Virgil Patz, Larry Pierce,
Charles Townsend, Neil Wisler, Bill Armstrong, Dick Baker, Sam Hughes,
Kelly McGill, jerry Peck, Roy Wood, Bill Foster, Lloyd Frix, Jack Hartley,
Jack King, and jack Matney.
Alexandria Hartford City
Under the new leadership of Coach Max Bell, the Tigers won four games and lost sixteen. However, three
:he games were lost by only two points. Fans will long remember the near-upset of Elwood, the conference
The following boys received letter awards for the 1950-1951 basketball season: Howard King, Bob King
'ry Pierce, Bill Sayre, Charles Townsend, Bill Armstrong, Dick Baker, Kelly McGill, Bill Foster, Jack King
l Ralph Flecker.
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znding: Bill Sayre, Charles Townsend, Bob King, Bill Armstrong, Dick Fuller, Kelly McGill, Ralph Flecker
jack King, Howard King, Larry Pierce, Richard Baker.
Try Goettel, Lyle Harding, Coach Max Bell, Richard Auler.
Standing-jack Hartley, Roy Wood, Jerry Peck, Bill Foster, Lloyd Frix.
Kneeling-Jim Sigler, Warren Watson, Marvin Warner, jack Matney.
Managers-Larry Goettel, Richard Auler.
With a record of seven wins and eleven losses, Coach Lyle Harding's cubs lost several games by a
of two or three points. Many of those players who displayed ability were moved up to the first team.
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Front row: Larry Goettel, Richard Gross, jim Toben, Warren Watson, Marvin Warner, Morris Gaither.
Back row: Richard Auler, Charles Townsend, Bill Sayre, Gene Gross, Howard King, Virgil Patz, Jim Steven
During the spring of 1950, the Alexandria Track Team, coached by Lawrence Frazier, participated in sz
meets, placed second five times and placed first once. They placed second in the county meet and eighth 1
the conference meet. .
Varsity awards for the 1950 season were given to Howard King, Charles Townsend, Kelly McGill, Lloy
Frix, Neil Wisler, Don Vermillion.
TRACK - BASEBALL
Under the coaching of Mr. Dic
the 1950 baseball team won
games and lost 3.
The following boys received va:
sity awards for the season: Robei
King, Joseph Matney, Williai
Sayre, joseph Mack, jack King
Virgil Patz, John Haron, Jam:
Laws, Jerry Peck, Jack Musicl
Jack Hartley, David Howe, Davi
Ellis, William Foster, Larry Pierc
Front row: Bill Sayre, jack Har'
ley, Richard Gross.
Back row: Virgil Patz, Jack King
jim Laws, Larry Pierce, Jac
Kneeling: Mary Jane Scott, Barbara Wood.
Standing: Patricia McCord, Shirley Hughes, Carolyn Hurst.
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McCord, and C a r o l y
Hurst made up the B teai
Seated: Barbara McCarty, Shirley Hughes, Virginia DeaKyne.
Standing: Mrs. Grantham.
The Cheerleaders' Club was acti
this year in presenting skits for p
sessions. Shirley Hughes was elect
president for the year with Barba
McCarty as vice-president and Virgin
DeaKyne as secretary-treasurer. M
Grantham was the sponsor.
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Seated: Zella Jane Cook, Mrs. Grantham, Mary Rohn.
Standing: Pat Little, Shirley Hughes, Nancy McCas1in.
The G.A.A. stimulates participation in girls' athletics and promotes ideals
of health and sportsmanship. The program it sponsors is one of the outstanding
extra-curriculuar physical education programs for girls found anywhere in the
The Alexandria G.A.A. elected Mary Rohn, president: Zella jane Cook,
vice-president: Patty Little, secretary: Nancy McCaslin, treasurer: and Shirley
Hughes, reporter for the year. The group is sponsored by Mrs. Grantham.
The G.A.A. had a competitive basketball team this year which played many
surrounding G.A.A. basketball teams. They also presented skits for school
Under the new sponorship of Mr. Bell, the Tiger Club had an active year.
The club sponsored a bake sale to raise funds. It also sponsored one of the
year's outstanding dances at the Kanteen. The annual Tiger Club Banquet
Outstanding among the accomplishments of the Tiger Club for the year
was the purchase of a moving picture camera and tripod for the Athletic
Members elected Jerry Kilgore, presidentg Mary Rohn, vice-presidentg and
secretary-treasurer, Patti McFerran. The executive body consisted of Gene
Moorman, Barbara Wood, Virginia DeaKyne, Ona Kay Ferguson, and Mary
Seated: Mr. Bell, Mary Rohn, Patti McFerran, Jerry Kilgore.
Standing: Mary Jane Scott, Barbara Wood, Gene Moorman, Virginia Dea-
Kyne, Ona Kay Ferguson.
Seated: Sam Hughes, Dick Etchison, Marilyn Plackard, Charles Donahue,
Myrna Watson, Sara Nell Fox.
Standing: Lloyd Frix, Jerry Etchison, Mrs. McVicker. Jane Bitner, Miss
French, Barbara McCarty, Miss Hull, Jerry Wilson, Mr. Brown, Gail
Willis, Don McClead, Jack Matney.
Student-Teacher Co-Op, the student service organization, had a busy year.
They helped the guidance department with Career Day, they supplied ushers
for the concerts and other programs, and they put on a program in order to
collect food for Christmas baskets, and also a program to collect funds for the
National Heart Research Foundation. Because of a suggestion brought before
the Co-Op, coat racks were made so that students can have a place to hang
Officers for the year were Myrna Watson, chairman: Dick Etchison, assist-
ant chairman, Marilyn Plackard, secretary: Charles Donahue, treasurer.
Seated: Olive Granger, Adrienne Burnett, Miss Frazier, Gail Mull, Jacqueline
Standing: Sara Nell Fox, Myrna Watson, Mary Rohn, Ruth Elaine Manring.
The Y-Teens celebrated the 25th anniversary of their organization in
A.H.S. this year. The yearly program was aided by the ability and experience
of Roxana Frazier. The officers were as follows: president, Gail Mull, vice-
president, Adrienne Burnett: secretary, Olive Granger, and treasurer, Jacque-
line McCarty. The song leader was Mary Rohn. Sue Morton and Kay Gos-
nell served as pianists.
The program chairmen who furnished the entertainment at the meetings
were Ruth Elaine Manring, Myrna Watson, and Sara Nell Fox.
Among the speakers were Mrs. Paul Boyer, Marite Baker, Marjorie French,
and Mrs. George Overpeck. Musical numbers were presented by Marjorie
Howard and Margaret Keller, Mrs. Roy E. Brown accompanied by Mrs. Reanell
Heritage, Gladys Chaplin, Rex Jenkins, Shirley Hughes, and Patricia Wright.
A Comic Book Campaign, a drive for chocolate bars for Y-Teens in the
Philippines, Christmas baskets for the needy, and decorating a Christmas tree
for the town's DP family were some of the projects carried out by the club.
The Hi-Y added something new this year when the members purchased
corduroy jackets with their name, Hi-Y, Alexandria, and the Hi-Y emblem
The officers were president, Don Almquistg vice-president, Dick Fullerg
secretary, Jerry Peckg treasurer, Larry Pierceg chaplain, Don Miller, and
sergeant-at-arms, Neil Wisler. The sponsor, Max Ritter, was succeeded by
The club had a Chili Supper following the traditional "stiff,' initiation of
new members. Later the members went to Neil Wisler's woods for a wiener
Collecting and repairing toys and then distributing them to needy children
at Christmas was one project. Another was collecting funds for the annual
Seated: Jerry Peck, Don Almquist, Dick Fuller, Neil Wisler.
Standing: Don Miller, Mr. Ritter.
MASQUE and GAVE
The Alexandria chapter of Masque and Gavel, the national
high school recognition society for the promotion of speech activi-
ties, was granted a chapter in November, 1949. New members are
chosen by a process of candidancy declaration, nomination by
present members, and a final vote by the faculty.
New members initiated in November were Jacqueline McCarty,
Myrna Watson, joy Baker, Paul Ellis, Paul McCullough, Dick
Etchison, and Jack Wootton.
Masque and Gavel strives for the improvement of speech in
the classroom, organization activities, and assemblies, and for
better relationship between the school and the community through
the promotion of speech and drama. This year they gave a speak-
ing choir Thanksgiving skit as a school assembly program, and
helped produce the Community Christmas Program.
Mr. Brown was the sponsor.
Seated: Mary Rohn, Rosemary Blake, Gail Mull, Marilyn jones, Sara Nell
Fox, Myrna Watson, Joy Baker, Ruth Manring, Jacqueline McCarty
Standing: Jerry Etchison, Don Olsen, Dick Etchison, Paul Ellis, Jim Wishon
Franklin Closser, Paul McCullough, Mr. Brown.
Seated: Don Olsen, Patti McFerran, Gail Mull, Sara Nell Fox, Ruth Man
ring, Beverly Kaser, Miss Hull.
Second row: Marilyn Jones, Jacqueline McCarty, Sondra Haskett, Adrienne
Burnett, Joy Baker, Susan Roberts, Susan Baker, Pat Wright, Marjorie
Third row: Paul Ellis, janet Curts, Mary Rohn, Paul McCullough jm
Wishon, Sarah Stahlhath, Dick Etchison.
The International Relations Club was one of the new organi-
zations this year. Its purpose is to help its members understand
different countries, thus to promote friendly relations. During
the year the club had many activities. In January they invited
Myra King, a Chinese Ball State student, to speak to them about
China. The club also represented China at the model United
Nations General Assembly at Anderson College, March 16 and 17.
The officers include Sara Nell Fox, president: Ruth Elaine
Manring, secretary: and Beverly Kaser, treasurer. Edith Hull
was the faculty advisor.
JR. RED CROSS
Seated: Sara Nell Fox, Carol Clock, Sue Morton, Miss McCammon, Virginia
DeaKyne, Janet McCarty, Barbara Henry.
Standing: Sally Hight, Jerry Etchison, Dallas Thomas, Don McClead, John
Johnson, Jim Wehsollek, Dallas Wood, Max Tulowitzky, Kay Hight.
Back row: jim Wishon, Jerry Brobst, Jerry Chambers.
The local chapter of Junior Red Cross has now completed
its third successful year of council Work with a membership of
twenty. Members have made Thanksgiving and Easter nut cups
for hospitals. They collected pencil stubs to be sent to disabled
The group sponsored Sue Morton who attended Limber Lost
Camp for student Red Cross training.
President of the group is Sue Morton. Don McClead is sec-
retary-treasurer. Miss McCammon is the adult sponsor of the
F. F. A.
Seated: Bill Sayre, treasurer: Bob King, president: Mr. Disque, sponsor:
Paul Wisehart, reporter: Jerry Etchison, vice-pesidentg Gene Moorman,
Standing: jim Laws, conductor: Elmer Key, watchdog.
The F.F.A. had teams in poultry, eggs, crops, dairy, and livestock judg-
ing. The group sponsored and provided leadership for the township 4-H Club
Mr. Buck, sponsor: Marilyn Plackard. secretary-treasurerg Don Olsen, presi-
dent: jack Wootton, vice-president.
The Test Tube Twirlers is the new science club in our school. Outstand-
ing among their activities for the year was the field trip to the Museum of
Science and Industry in Chicago.
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Row I: Patricia Little, Ralph Sayre, Sue Morton, Sally Beigh, Paul Ellis, David Robey, Stephen Freeman, Howard Little, jol
Johnson, Paul Tomlinson.
Row 2: Joyce Wood, Max Tulowitzky, Phyllis Remington, Carolyn Porter, Richard Gorden, Rohn Rittenhouse, jim McCaslin, ja
Beasley, jack Wootton, Billy jim Gaither.
Row 3: Ona Kay Ferguson, Sue Cartwright, Priscilla jones, Karen Randall, janet McCarty, Patricia Wright. jack Tillman, Dua
Tulowitzky, Charles Langham.
Row 4: Susan Baker, Ann Graham, Carol Golden, Doris McCarty, Betty Underwood, Carol Thompson, Virginia DeaKyne, M
Wood, Ralph Gross, Eugene Kean.
Row 5: Susan Roberts, Noreen Beeman, Mary Lou McDermott, Barbara Likens, Nancy McCaslin, Miriam Mottweiler, Dall
Wood, Jim Tobey, Richard Scott, Merrill Almquist.
Row 6: Joyce Surber, Don Starr. Lela Mae Owen, Beverly Toms, Marilyn Beeman, Marilyn Jones, Nancy Knopp, Tom Thom
Myron Williams, Jack Friend.
Row 7: Rita Sue Branch, Bob Owen, Sarah jane Stahlhuth, Kay Gosnell, Maratha Overpeck, Rex jenkins. Ronald Beard, jo
Sizelove, George Glass, Kelly McGill.
The Choir, under the direction of Mr. Copeland, started their year's activi-
ties when several of the members took part in the State Choral Festival.
The first performance of the year was at the Fall Concert when Mr. Earl
Kunkle, a student teacher, directed. Mrs. Joanne Chaddock, another student
teacher, directed at the Winter Concert.
The choir took part in the community Christmas Program, the Spring
Concert, attended the County Choral Festival, and provided an Easter Cantata
for the public.
The Choir also played an important part in Crescendo Varieties by pro-
viding background music and soloists for the show.
Ruth Elaine Manring was accompanist for the choir for the year.
The band, under Mr. Cope1and's guiding hand, has been as busy as any
band could be. The band started off the season by winning first prize over
36 bands at the Indiana State Fair, a good beginning for a good year.
Our state championship band won further recognition when they were
featured in Baton Magazine.
During the football season, the band marched at the games. With the
coming of the basketball season, they came inside to provide the music.
They presented three concerts during the year. In February they went on
a concert tour to Cowan and Gaston High Schools. The band took part in
the District Band and Choir Contest in April. Their final performance of the
year was at Commencement.
Row I: Mary Rohn, Audrey Miller, Ruth Manring, Janice Woodruff, Deloris Ice, Barbara Heritage, Marilyn Miller, Patty Alex-
ander. Carolyn Hurst, Mary Lou Cleaver, Ona Kay Ferguson, Mary Jane Scott.
Row 2: Patty Miller, Geraldine Treesh, Joyce Rathel, Gladys Chaplin, Donna Tharp, Donna Bell, Jacqueline McCarty, Shirley
Hughes, Jane Clevenger, Olive Granger, Jacqusie Summers. Janet Anderson, Theresa Scribner, Marilyn Starr.
Row 3: Vincent Beardsley, Jack Wootton, Jack Tillman, Larry Fleenor, Paul McCullough, Bill Gaither, Charles Dwiggins, Jerry
Wilson, Don Maynard, Howard Little, Raymond Breese, Ralph Brewer, Neil Wisler, Franklin Closser, John Johnson.
OUR JOURNEY THROUGH A.H.S.
Here we go-
11. School starts, and we're on our way.
15. First football game at Royerton-big tie.
18. Seniors have first class meeting.
19. First Hi-Y and Y-Teens meetings of the new year.
Victory over Delphi.
22. Mr. Wood speaks to student body concerning his trip to Europe.
On with our journey-
3. A.H.S. wins over Greenfield 26-0.
New football scoreboard presented to school by Lion's Club.
Sperandeo concert for convo.
6. Victory over Portland 13-9.
13. Homecoming football game-lost to Hartford City.
Ona Kay Ferguson chosen homecoming queen.
First edition of Tiger's Tale, whew! Didn't think we would make
15. Mr. Kelro Whiteman assumes duties of superintendent of schools.
20. Football game-lost to Elwood.
25. Report cards!-Try harder next time.
26-27. Vacation for State Teachers' Association.
27. Seniors have scrap drive.
Has the fuel been checked?
Here we go into-
4. Cr.A.A. has playday.
6. Sophomores get their class sweaters--Very pretty in green, white,
8. Buddy Baker performs with I.U. Brass Choir for alma mater.
10. Fall Concert-Two more yet to come.
16. First basketball game-Better luck in the future, Tigers.
22. Thanksgiving program presented to student body by Masque 85
23-26. Thanksgiving vacation-Did you count your blessings?
29. Salesman here for junior class rings.
Class party for seniors-swell turnout.
Shift into second and right into-
6. Career day-Many professions represented.
7. Report cards.
15. Rah! Rah! Tigers tromp the Huntington Vikings 54-46! Break
30-game losing streak.
21. Citywide Christmas program-gym packed to capacity.
Dramatics and Music departments combine talents for show.
22. Christmas vacation begins-long anticipated rest.
30. New Year's Basketabll Tourney at Hartford City-Burris drops
Push through the snow, and on we go-
2. Back to school again-Santa was good to us.
9. Markleville upset by Tigers.
18. Winter Concert-Credit goes to the Band and Choir students.
19. End of first semester-Now, the scenery will change.
Tigers lose to Burris at Muncie.
Yes, you guessed it-report cards again.
22. Enrollment for second semester.
30. Third win for Tigers-St. Marys fall by wayside.
2. School dismissed at noon for country students because of snow
9. Elwood basketball game here-near upset!
10. District Solo and Ensemble Contest at Ball State-Alex. takes
12. Dramatics Class sees Macbeth at Ball State.
14. Victory over Frankton.
16. Student-faculty talent program-didn't know we had so much
Last basketball game-lost to Wabash.
22-24. Sectional Tournament-Alex. draws Markleville.
23. Alex. loses to Mnrkleville-close game.
Roll up the windows, for there are strong winds ahead-
2. End of fourth six weeks.
9. Spring Concert-Seniors receive recognition.
16. Model U.N. Assemble at Anderson College-Alex. sends repre-
23-26. Easter vacation.
25. Easter Sunday Choir presents annual Easter Cantata.
30. Girl Scouts have formal dance.
We're nearing the end of our journey-
7. District Band and Choir Contest.
12-13. Dramatics students present Old Doc.
18. Report cards-one more time, kids.
just a few miles to go-
3-4. Crescendo Varieties-Big Show.
ll. Home Economics style show-nice, huh?
20. Baccalaureate-won't be long now.
21-25. Senior week-lots of fun.
24. Underclassmen trips-something to remember.
Commencement-that long-awaited moment arrives.
25. Last six weeks of school completed-report cards.
School dismissed-'nuff said.
We've reached our destination. It was a long journey, but we had lots of
fun: so here's luck to the seniors of '5l.
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tanding, second row: Miriam Mottweiler, Olive Granger, Rosemary Blake, Dewenia Andrews, Phyllis Rem-
ington, Barbara Heritage, Ruth Manring, Pat Hurst, Arlene Nelson, Patti McFerran, Maxine Adams.
tanding, third row: Lolita Tulowitzky, Doris Cox, Jacqusie Summers, Janet Anderson, Burt Reehling, jerry
Kilgore, Judy Bitner, Cherita Myers, Ruth Reed.
bsent from picture: Don Almquist.
The Spectrum Staff walked into the journalism room that first day of
school, and began work on the Tiger's Tale and the Spectrum.
We decided to publish the biggest Tiger's Tale in history and we did too,
for the first issue had eleven pages. We also put a banner head on our paper
for the first time in the life of the Tiger's Tale.
We can remember a great many things in that class-the heads, typing
stencils, the time the mimeograph broke, how Don and Jerry always wanted
the 'sports to be on the front page with their names in headlines, deciding on
the dedication, agreeing on the theme, deciding between a hard back cover
and a padded cover, the arguments Patti and Sara Nell had over the color.
the baby pictures and the snap shots, the dummy, and many, many other
But even with the troubles we had, when we look at this 1951 Spectrum
we have a good feeling inside. You see, WE MADE THIS BOOK.
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