Alexandria Monroe High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Alexandria, IN)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1954 volume:
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Business Manager . . . . Myrna Roy Hughes
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Here is your opportunity to view our program of
memories, We hope that something in this show will
help you to recall many delightful experiences.
There is the signal, the TV cameras are focused on
the eventful year of l954. The schedule is full, and
time continues to slip by. So come and see the show!
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A teacher who ns suncere but also fun loving IS always remembered as
one of the best by has students We wash to dedicate our 1954 Spectrum
to such a teacher
Throughout the enture years of hus presence among us we have learned to
know hum by has warm friendliness and hrs sense of humor
Through his patient efforts an the Science Department A H S has acquired
a new laboratory the science trlp has become an annual achvlty and a
Scvence Club has been orgamzed
Because of all these thmgs we the sensors of l954 dedlcate thus years
SPECTRUM to you MR BUCK
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High School Sec-
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MR KELRO WHITEMAN
Superintendent of Schools
MR V M EVANS
Hugh School Prrnclpol
MR FRED DISQUE
Jumor Hugh Prlnclpol
Our Panel of Experts
MR. DICK, MISS HULL,
MISS FRENCH, MR. COUSINS
MISS FRAZIER, MR. BROWN
High School English
MISS MCCAMMON, MR. BUHLER
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MR. WAGNER, MRS. ANDREW
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RITA SUE BRANCH
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Club I11 121 Cheerleaders Club
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MARY LOU CLEAVER
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MYRNA R. HUGHES
Business Course, Tiger Club l9,
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Teens 110, 11, 121, Spectrum
l11, 121, Drama Club l11, 121.
JAMES HASKELL CHARLES HIGHT
Business Course, Band 19, 101, Industrial Arts Course, Drama
Science Club 1121, Jane Eyre Club l11l, Football 191.
Industrial Arts Course, A Club RAY HUMPHRIES
111, 121, Basketball 19, 11, Industrial Arts Course, A Club
121, Cross Country 19, 10, 11, 111, 121, Basketball l9, 10 11
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NORMA JEAN HOLLER
Business Course, Y-Teens 110,
Agriculture Course, A Club 111,
121, Basketball 19, 10, 11, 121,
Football 19, 10, 121, Track 19,
10, 11, 121, Cross Country 1111,
F.F.A. 19, 10, 11, 121, Co-op
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I.R.C. 110, 11, 121, Cheerleaders
Club 191, Co-op 1101: Spectrum
Business Course, Tiger Club 1101
G.A.A. 1101, Y-Teens 110, 11
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111, 121, National Honor Society Academic Course, F.F.A. 19, 10
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Science Club 111,121,l.R.C. 111
Business Course, Band 19, 10,
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League 111, 121,Rifle Club 1111.
Business Course, Choir 111, 121,
Tiger Club 19, 10, 11,121,Y-
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Eyre 1121, Drama Club 111, 121. Attendent 1101.
Academic Course, Senior Class
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Tiger Club 19, lO,11,121,Y-
Teens 110, 11, 121, Science Club
111, 121, F.T.A. 111, 121, Spec-
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National Honor Society 1111,
Class Officer 110, 11, 121, Jane
Agriculture Course, Senior Class
Vice-President, Band 191, Sci-
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Club 1111, Tennis 1111, Noon
League 19, 10, 11, 121, Class
Officer 110, 11, 121, Jr. Red
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Home Ec. Course, Tiger Club 19,
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G.A.A. 19, 10, 111.
Industrial Arts Course, Basketball
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121, A Club 110, 11, 121, Tiger's
Industrial Arts Course, A Club
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Business Course, Choir 111, 121,
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WILLIAM R RIALL
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Academlc Course Trger Club I9
Science Club Ill
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Business Course Senior
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Jane Eyre 1121 Choir 1121
Academic Course B nd 19 10
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Science Club 111 121
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Jane Eyre 1121- Tiger s a e
RITA TEMPEST NORMA THOMAS
Business Course Y Teens 110 Business Course Y Teens 110
DUANE TULOWITZKY Business Course Tiger Club 19
Academic Course Band 191 YT
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Tiger s Tale 1121. 121- Cheerleader 19 121.
students of Alex High.
Business Course: Senior Class
Treasurer, Tiger Club l9, 10, 11,
121, Y-Teens l1O, 11, 121,
Cheerleaders Club l9l.
Business Course, Tiger Club l111,
Y-Teens l1O, 11, 1215 Choir lil
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Cheerleader l9l, l.R.C. l11,
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Club l11, l2l,Tiger's Tale l12l,
Jane Eyre l12l.
Business Course, Y-Teens l1O, 11,
121, F.H.A. l11, 121.
Class of '54 History .
As the lights focused on the Class of '54, we began to act out our script for our high school
Our first scene finds us under the leadership of Sandra Kilgore, president, Sherman Hurst,
vice-president, Pat Brotherton, secretary, and Joyce Surber, treasurer. In this scene the action
centered around our freshman magazine sales, and the scene closed with a class picnic at Shady-
side Park in Anderson. Our sponsors were Mr. Frazier, Mr. Buhler, and Mr. Disque.
Our second scene opened with the accent on the royal blue sweaters of the class of '54
and had a rather damp ending at Matter Park in Marion. lRemember the "Battle of the Squirt
Guns?"l Our officers were Jim Livengood, president, Janese Warner, vice president, Joy Kean,
secretary, and Joyce Surber, treasurer. Mr. Harding, Mr. Dick, and Mrs. Grantham were our
As iuniors we plunged into such money- making activities as scrap drives and gleaning corn.
Our shiny new class rings added a touch of glamour to our third scene, which ended with a
class trip to Turkey Run State Park. The directors for this scene were Bill Gaither, president, Jim
Livengood, vice president, Joy Kean, secretary, and George Glass, treasurer. Our sponsors were
Mr. Dick, Mrs. Grantham, and Mrs. Oberholtzer. lSenior activities on page 4l.l
They Lead in
Ou r sponsors, Mrs.
Oberholtzer, Mr. D i c k,
and Miss Wolfe, survey
the route to New York as
they sponsor and help us
plan our proiects and
Rosemary J a c k s o n,
valedictorian, and Barb-
ara McCarty, salutator-
ian, prove by their su-
perior grades that they
are whizz-bangs at their
Most Lkeiy to Succeed C5055 CO ns
EUGENE HARTNESS ROSEMARY JACKSON LARRY CAMPBELL SHIRLEY KERR
Wuttuest SHIRLEY KERR JIM LIVENGOOD
Best Actor cmd Actress BEVERLY TOMS ROHN RITTENHOUSE
Best Smnle ROSE MARIE FISHER GEORGE GLASS
Best Personoltty ROSE MARIE FISHER BILL GALTHER
Prettuest Hour BARBARA MCCARTY RALPH FLECKER
Prettrest Eyes ROSE MARIE FISHER RON PEYTON
Class Leaders JOYCE SURBER BILL GAITHER
Most Boshful B ggest FI rts
EUGENE KEAN RITA TEMPEST RONNIE BEARD SUE BOUTWELL
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DONNA BENNETT JIM FERGUSON
RICHIE SCOTT JOY KEAN
ROSE MARIE FISHER BILL GAITHER
DONNA BENNETT RONNIE BEARD
JANESE WARNER BILL GAITHER
VIRGINIA DEA KYNE BILL GAITHER
BEVERLY TOMS BILL GAITHER
ANN GRAHAME GEORGE GLASS
SHIRLEY KERR RALPH FLECKER
SHIRLEY KERR JIM FERGUSON
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Mary Lou McDermott
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Class Leaders of the Year .
Senior Class Officers - Jim Livengood, vice-president, Joyce Surber, president,
Joy Kean, secretary, Janese Warner, treasurer.
The pace was quickened as we reached our final scene. The action in-
cluded selling at ball games, sponsoring a skating party, a movie, and a gas sale
in April. The senior formal dance, MOON OVER MANHATTAN, was a highlight of
this scene, but our trip to New York, which was the longest class trip ever taken in
the history of Alexandria High School, will never be forgotten.
Now the curtain is coming down on this our final scene, and as we don our
royal blue caps and gowns, we hear the strains of POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE and
realize that although our high school performance is over, we are ready to begin
a new act and a new scene. We hope it will bring as much satisfaction and enioy-
ment as the one we are now completing.
Junior Class Officers -- Marilyn Beeman,
treasurer, ,lim McCaslin, president, Loyce
Gaither, vice-president, Alnita Ferguson,
The iuniors had a big money-
making year this year. They had
scrap drives, sold Christmas trees,
typing paper, and cider, picked
up corn, and planted trees on
They received their shining
rings too. A Christmas party was
held at the Kanteen, and those
attending helped less fortunate
children by each giving a small
toy to be given to needy chil-
Junior Co - op representatives
were Lela Mae Owen, Merrill
Almquist, Larry Delinger, and
Ralph Grose. Sponsors were Mrs.
Andrew, Mr. Absher, and Mr.
Sophomore Class Officers - Gary Vestal, president, Konnie Schroth, vice
president, Sally Walker, secretary, Peggy Beck, treasurer.
The l35 members of the freshman
class were students from Cunningham,
Orestes, St. Mary's, and our own Junior
High who have now ioined to spend their
high school years together.
They worked hard selling magazines
to open their treasury and had a carry-
in supper at the Kanteen during the
Their sponsors were Mr. Buhler, Mr.
Frazier, and Mr. Buck.
See those navy and w
sweaters with the numerals
across them coming down
halls? The wearers of these
the proud sophomores.
To help boost their funds 1
sold Christmas cards and
tives were Letty Cotterman, J
Ann Bowers, John Grose,
John Teague. The combined
forts of Mr. Ballinger, Miss Frei
and Mrs. McVicker helped m
the year a successful one.
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Freshman Class Officers - Joe Jones, treasurer, Danny Kellum,
president, larry Cade, vice-president, Frances Nelson, secretory.
Junior High Leaders
Students from Clarke and Tomlinson grade schools were combined to form the seventh grade. They
were ably guided by Miss Brannon and Mrs. Zook.
The 7A One class officers were Nancy Baumgartner, president, Karen Beard, vice-president, Judith
Warren LaVeque led the 7A Two class with Madge Lowe as vice-president and Marcella Bennett as
To brighten the year, the two eighth grade classes ioined for a tree-trimming party at Christmas time
and again for a skating party. The 8A Two class also had a Valentine party.
The 8A One class chose Glen Sheley as their leader with Silvia Ferguson as vice-president, Vada
Snapp, secretary, and Fred Haas, treasurer.
The 8A Two president was Charles Barrentine with Barbara Collins as vice-president and Birdie Frim
Their sponsors were Miss McCammon and Mr. Cousins.
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This was Ihe morning after hunting season openedl
Girls play basketball also - Physical education
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Mr. BalIinger's room,
Mr. Bell explains circulation Oo boys'
Do I sew this on the bias? Mrs. Andrew Advanced typing girls concentrate on
helps sewing class. mastering exercise.
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drcmu class. sociol studies.
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in the field. from Mr. Dick in drlver's training.
An hour out far study and preparation for Extensive proiects are planned and built
approaching class sessions. in lhe wood Shop.
Advanced art students work on wood Getting additional information in
and block salt carving, the library.
We learn agriculture on the farm Junior high art students -examine painting
as well as in the classroom. with Mrs. Zook.
Absence slips and announce-
ments are the daily tasks of
Sherm and Lee, co-op representa-
tives, block off West Street each
The librarians are kept busy with
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to do secretarial work for faculty
Don and Tommy are in charge of
the public address system at all
Mr. Harris, Mr. Blunk, and Mr.
Clark, ianitors, are always help-
ful as they keep the school clean.
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The Science Club was led this year by Jack Beasley, president, Ann Grahame,
vice-president, Beverly Toms, secretary, and Ken Willis, treasurer. Mr. Buck is the
The Club went to Chicago December 9, on the annual science trip. A
workshop class was organized this year and met every other Wednesday evening.
Those attending the class worked on individual proiects and received extra science
Voice ofthe Students . . .
Student-Teacher Co-op has had a busy year. Activities include putting
special desks in classrooms for left-handed persons, closing West Street at noon,
helping with Career Day, putting protection over the glass in the doors, getting
hangers for the sophomore girls, and planning an all-school dance.
Officers were George Glass, chairman, Barbara McCarty, vice-chairman,
Letty Cotterman, secretary, and Sherman Hurst, treasurer. The sponsor is Miss
Experts in the Field . . .
Future Farmers of America is a national organization composed of youth inter-
ested in farming. Ag boys are initiated first into the Green Hand Degree, after
which they may qualify for Chapter Farmer, State Farmer, and American Farmer
FFA officers this year were Dee Farmer, president, Jerry Cranfield, vice-
president, Sherman Hurst, treasurer, Fairle Swindell, secretary, and Rudy Holler,
reporter. Mr. Disque is the advisor.
Future Homemakers of America spent their time this year attending the Fall
District Meeting at Rome City, having bake sales, giving a party for FFA boys,
buying UNESCO Stamps, sending a package overseas at Christmas, and serving
cider and cookies to the student body after the UN Week program.
Officers were Mary Key, president, Rosemary Meltzer, vice-president, Marsha
Simmons, treasurer, Janet McConnaughey, secretary, Beverly Ellis, historian, Virgia
Owens, song leader, Sandra Rice, parliamentarian, and Mrs. Andrew, advisor.
Let's Look at the World .
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The International Relations Club strives to familiarize its members with the
political, economic, and social problems of the world. It accomplishes this purpose
by studying the U.N. Reporter and participating in the Model United Nations As-
sembly held at Anderson College in March.
Officers were Rosemary Jackson, president, Marion Kellum, vice-president,
Ann Grahame, secretary, and Joan Warren, treasurer.
Class Will Now Begin .
The Future Teachers of America Club began the year by electing Doris Mae
Manring as president, Mary Lou McDermott, vice-president, Carol Thompson, sec-
retary, Loyce Gaither, treasurer, and Shirley Miller, librarian-historian.
During the year FTA honored the entire city faculty ata tea, visited Ball State
Teachers College, and did student-teaching at the elementary schools.
FTA is sponsored by Miss French. Mrs. McVicker is the co-sponsor.
This year Y-Teens participated in a national proiect, "Scarves Around the
World." ln February, the officers of the Y-Teens attended the Y'Teen and Advisor
Conference in Muncie. They ioined the "Y-Teen Penny Parade" in which they con-
tributed a penny a day for the National Endowment of the YWCA.
Officers were Joy Kean, president, Myrna Roy Hughes, vice-president, Doris
Mae Manring, secretary, and Shirley Miller, treasurer. The program chairmen were
Rosemary Jackson, Ann Grahame, and Myrna Ray Hughes. The sponsor was Miss
Better Citizens .
The Hi-Y boys under the leadership of President Merrill Almquist carried out
several projects this year. Some of their activities were collecting money for the
March of Dimes, collecting clothes for Korean War Orphans, ond attending the
State Older Boys' Conference at Kokomo.
Other officers were Ronnie Beard, vice-president, Bill Gaither, chaplain,
Larry Delinger, treasurer, and Jim Ferguson, sergeant-at-arms. The sponsor was
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Helping Hands of A.H.S.
This is the Junior Red Cross, whose purpose is to promote international
friendship and to give cheer to soldiers in veterans' hospitals. This year the 35
members of the group helped with therapy material for a tuberculosis hospital and
made party boxes and tray favors for hospitals in Korea. International friendship
albums and gift boxes were sent overseas.
Their enthusiastic sponsor is Miss McCammon, and the officers are Dallas
Wood, president, Rosalie McFerran, vice president, and Mary Lou Diamond, secre-
The Cream of the Crop . . .
C h a r a c ter, leadership, and
service determine membership in
National Honor Society. Each
year members are chosen from
the upper one-third of the iunior
and senior classes.
f' Sitting: Joy Kean, Barbara McCarty, Ann
Grahame, Rosemary Jackson, Beverly
Second Row: Betty Underwood, Rosie
0 Fisher, Janese Warner, Joyce Rathel.
Carol Thompson, Joyce Surber, Myrna
Third Row: Sherman Hurst, Eugene
Hartness, Merrill Almquist, Ken Willis,
Jim McCaslin, Marion Kellum.
Virginia DeaKyne was not present for
This Year's Book . .
SPECTRUM STAFF - Sealed are Bob Brobsl, Mary lou McDermoH, Myrna Ray Hughes, Joy Kean,
Joyce Surber, Beverly Toms, Virginia DeaKyne, and Carol Thompson. Slonding are Mrs. McVicker,
Marion Kellum, Jim McCasIin, Jimmy Ferguson, Barbara McCorly, Merrill Almquisl, Doris Manring,
Jean Ann Bowers, Mr. Wagner, Lefty Coilerman, and Rosemary Jackson.
Editor-in-Chief, Joy Kean
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TIGER S TAI,
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ONE-ACT PIAYS IN
Marion Kellum, junior, was
elected-president of the Drama
Club at a meeting held Thursday,
November 12, in the senior high
Other officers are Loyce Gaith-
er, vice-presidentg Sue Carver,
secretaryg and Beverly Toms,
Chairmen of the standing com-
mittees were also selected. They
are as follows: program, Jim Mc-
Mahang membership, Nancy
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Editor Priscilla Clark
Second Semester Staff
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Mr. Rochester ..
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Lady lngram . . .
Lady Lynn . . .
Sir George Lynn
Lord lngram ....
Mr. Mason ....
Vicar Wood . . .
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.. Mary Scribner
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Rose Marie Fisher
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.. George Ross
The Drama Class, under the direction of Roy E. Brown, presented Charlotte
Bronte's "Jane Eyre" as their annual stage play for the public this year.
The play was given earlier this year, October 29 and 30. The setting
was the library of Thornfield Hall, near the town of Millcote, England, in the
Period costumes were from Eaves of New York City.
And the Band Played on .
"Who's that marching clown the street?" Why, it's the Alexandria High School Band, of course!
And those first division ratings the band received last fall at Indianapolis proved to others
what we knew all the time, our band is tops!
The "Music in the Modern Mood" and "Music to Remember" concerts were simply swell, and
so was the "menu" the band served to the employees of Delco Remy in February.
Individual members of the band also received top honors at district and state Solo and En-
semble Contests held in February.
Yes, we've got a band, and no one could be prouder of it than the students at A.H.S.
SENIOR BAND AWARD WINNERS - Standing: Dallas Wood, Ritchie Scott,
Eugene Kean, George Glass, Rohn Rittenhouse, .lack Beasley.
Sitting: Beverly Toms, Joan Warren, Ann Grahame, Virginia DeaKyne. Ronnie
Beard was not present for picture.
Core of Harmony .
The choir this year was under the new direction of Miss Mary Lou Murphy.
They presented three concerts with the band, participated in the Choral Festival
held in Anderson, gave an Easter Cantata, and participated in Crescendo Varieties.
The choir also presented with the band, the annual Christmas and Thanks-
giving programs. Some members of the choir entered in the District Solo and
Ensemble Contest held at Ball State Teachers College.
Left to right: Mary Meeks, Rita Sue Branch, Ann
Grahame, Joyce Surber, Patty Flowers.
Fancy Stepping . .
The twirlers began their season with
0 performance before the homecoming
game. They accompanied the band to
the marching contest at Speedway and
won top honors.
After twirling with the band at the
football games, they did solo perform- -, ,f
unces at two basketball games with
Burris and Wabash. The twirlers also did X
Q routine for Crescendo Varieties.
A formal dance held March l9
was one of the senior proiects
which proved to be a highlight of
The seniors selected "Moon-
light Over Manhattan" as a
theme for the dance in antici-
pation of their spring trip to New
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The Varsrty A Club whnch IS open to all who have been awarded a varsity
letter for partlcnpatlon nn a mayor sport cllmaxed actlvttles of :ts second year with
A Club Nlght held March l2
The offlcers for thus year were Ralph Flecker presrdent Sherm Hurst vlce
presrdent Jack Beasley secretary treasurer A Club IS sponsored by Coaches
Max Bell and Bob Absher
They Lead the Cheers for the Tiger Crew
Here are our varslty cheerleaders ln theur new taulored sults of brught red
Gerry Benson Dons McCarty Rosle Fisher and Sue Cartwright Also our team
mascot Rosle McFerran In the tuger sunt
Some of theur hrghlrghts thus year were Crazy Team Crazy Hey All Ye
Tiger Team and Let s Go Ye Trgers Let s Go Wlth theur enthuslasm smart Ideas
and smooth coordnnatvon they led us through many vlctornes
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SECOND TEAM CHEERLEADERS Betty
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and Mary Scrrbner The gurls wore red and
whufe uniforms as they led cheers for the
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS June Surber
Frances Nelson and Deanne Weaver wearmg
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JR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Bonme Hueston
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Lots of Pep - That's the Alexandria Tiger Club and newly-organized cheer block. The
cheer block was made up of sixty students from Tiger Club, and it functioned at all home games,
and at the Sectional.
Each member wore a pep shirt with a yellow front and red back. These were used to form
letters. The cheer block practiced on Thursday nights under the direction of the cheer leaders.
Seventh and eighth graders were allowed to ioin Tiger Club for the first time this year, and
they proved themselves a big addition.
During the weeks prior to the Sectional and Regional the club supervised the decorating
of classrooms and halls.
Officers were Virginia DeaKyne, president, Mary Scribner, vice-president, Beverly Whaley,
secretary, and Letty Cotterman, secretary. The sponsor was Mr. Bell.
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Bottom Row Loyus Harmon, Danny Welborft, Steven Richards, John Grose, Coach Absher, Dick Howe, Dave Fox, Shirley Peppers,
Ronnie Miller, Mana er Walter Cro
Row 2 Manage- Pat Matney, Jerry Cranfield, Sherman Hurst, Bill Hunter, Ronnie Beard, Dick Buckles, Fred Starr, Jack Thomp-
son, Floyd Fisher, Charles Bell, Bill Mason, Jim Ferguson.
Row 3: Assistant Coach Bell, Hubert Simpson, Ken McPhearson, Jerry lce, Charlie Barton, Ray Campbell, Ralph Flecker, George
Ross, Joe Jones, Don Peyton, Ron Peyton, Assistant Coach Stewart,
Row 4, Charles Sanqunetti, Jim Rathel, Danney Mudd, Jack Klakamp, Bob Cummingham, Gordon Engle, lee Thompson, Jim
Kintner, Phil Myers, Norman Schultz, Ronald Richards.
Sept. 4 ' Rochester H O l5
l l Royerton H l9 8
l8 Mississinewa T 20 20
26 Crispus AttucksH 6 3l
29 Fairmount H 25 31
Oct. 2 Portland H l8 l2
9 'Hartford City T ld l9
l6 'Elwood H 6 3l
20 'Tipton T 6 39
23 Monticello T 2l 20
Coach Bob Absher's young Alex Tiger team of five letter-
men and six squadmen formed the squad that ended in a three
win, one tie, and six defeat record for the '53 season.
They fell to a strong Rochester team in the opening game
of the season. The next week the Tigers rolled over a stubborn
Royerton eleven, then traveled to Mississinewa and battled
to a 20-20 tie. The Tigermen scored the tying TD in the
closing minutes of the final period.
The following Saturday afternoon in the annual Home-
coming game, the Tigers fell before a strong Crispus Attucks
The Fairmount Quakers handed the Bengals their third
defeat of the season. The Tigers were host to the Portland
squad and came out on top of a hard-fought ballgame. Then
Alex suffered three defeats, Hartford City, Elwood, and Tipton-
ln the final game of the season the determined and more
experienced Tiger team handed the Monticello lndians a 2l-20
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Coach Jack Cousins' Junior High Team won over Mississin-
ewa, but lost to Elwood, Royerton, and Tipton.
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Cage Season in Review . . .
Sitting: Loren Garner, John Humphries, Ray Humphries, Ralph Flecker, George Glass.
Standing: Walter Cray, Floyd Fisher, Ronnie Treesh, Manager Junior Peyton, Coach Max Bell, Jerry
Ice, Jock Thompson, Fred Starr, Sherm Hurst.
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The Alexandria Tiger fans witnessed a close, but successful
season with the Tigers winning eleven games and losing nine.
The team, under the competent coaching of Max Bell, suffered
five one and two-point defeats during the season. One to Peru,
Elwood, Royerton, Mississinewa, and Wabash.
December 26 saw Decatur, Bluffton, Wabash, and Alex
battling for the Holiday Tourney championship on the Tiger's
home floor. The Tigers defeated Decatur 53-39, but lost the
championship game to Wabash 48-50.
The Tigers went into the Sectional against two leading con-
tenders - CIC winner Elwood and always-threatening Anderson.
Hopes rose as Alex defeated Saint Mary's 60-45, Pendleton 46-40,
and Summitville 58-27. Championship game time came, and the
Tigers made it two years in a row as they hung it on the ANDERSON
INDIANS TO THE TUNE OF 65-51.
The following week in Regional play at Indianapolis, the
Tigers defeated Danville 70-57 in the afternoon. ln evening play
they came up against an exceptionally hot Crispus Attucks squad,
and lost the championship game 64-48.
Standing: Loren Garner, Wesley Savage, Jerry Ice, Coach Bob Absher, Ronnie Treesh, Pat Matney,
Kneeling: Manager Steve Freeman, Bob McCurdy, Bud McCurdy, Walter Cray, Ralph Grose, David Fox.
The B Team had a good season this year winning 13 and losing only 4.
Coming Attractions . . .
JR. HIGH TEAM
Standing: David Telfer, Phil Warren, David Wel-
come, John Thompson, Max Homler, Glenn Sheley,
Jim Moore, Fred Haas, Charles Barentine.
Kneeling: Manager Dave Bailey, John Carroll,
Ronnie Lynch, Mille Gipe, Bob Toms, Stephen Fulk,
Coach Frazier. ,
The junior high team came out even
as they record a 9 win 9 loss season.
The freshmen have a 6 win 8 loss
record for this year. They participated
in the Frankfort tournament and were de-
feated in the final game.
Row 'li Coach Jim Ballinger, Jim Rathel, Norman
Schultz, Joe Janes, Ronald Richards, Bill Mack,
John Janney, Don Disque, Managers Arthur Jack-
son and Steve Richards.
Row 2: Wayne Farmer, Phil Myers, Danny Kellum,
Richard Semon, Eugene Reynolds.
Row 3: Bill Bender, Jerry Ledford, Fred Dick.
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In the dressing room after the game the iubilant 1954 Sectional Champs
still couldn't believe that they had made enough heap big smoke to scalp the
Anderson Indians. We O .
These action pictures reveal the flying Tigers' fighting spirit to win as they completely snow-under their oppone
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Starr, Glass, Flecker, Hurst, Thompson, and R, Humphries
provide the backbone for this year's varsity.
Dicl It Once More in '54
Tiger fans take time out from singing "We Got the BELL" to cheer a play
which seems to have particularly pleased everyone.
Mentors of Muscles
and Men . . .
Here is the staff of coaches
which makes possible our athletic
contests. Mr. Bell is the athletic
director. He is head basketball
and basebaH coach. He ako
coaches golf, and helps with
football. Mr. Absher is head
footbaH coach, and he coaches
the B Team in basketball. Mr.
Frazier coaches crossecountry and
track. Mr. Cousins has junior high
football and helps with track.
Mn BaHmgerhas heshman bay
ketball and helps with the base-
Champions of the Green
GOLF TEAM - David Richardson, Wil-
liam Bender, John Humphries, Jack
Beasley, Ronald Treesh, Jimmie Daugh-
Seated: Mr. Absher, Mr. Bell. Standing: Mr. Frazier, Mr. Cousins
Racing on Foot . . .
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Coach Fraz'er,
Dwight McCurdy, Jesse Aldridge, Arthur
Jackson, Robert Rogers, Ralph Grose,
Gene Pierce, Bob McCurdy. Not present
for picture: Ray Humphries, John Hum-
phries, Jack Beasley.
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Ralph Flecker, Philip Myers, Jim Cleaver, Bob Brobst, Charles Langham, Charles Pittman, Coach Ballinger
Dick Cleaver, Ray Campbell, Dallas Wood, Fred Dick, William Bender.
Fred Starr, Walter Cray, Jerry Stevens, John Teague, John Grose, Richard Semon, Robert Cunningham
Coach Bell and pitcher Fred Star "talk it over"
as they plan strategy lor the coming game,
The Battery - Catcher Walter Croy and Pitcher Ralph Flecker.
Run, Tigers, Run'
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: John Humphries, Ralph Flecker Fred Slarr Jack Beasley
: Bob McCurdy, Dwight McCurdy Joe Allen Walter Croy
: Roberl Cunningham, Roberl Rogers Jam Ralhel Wayne Farmer Eugene Reynolds
: Coach Frazier, Arlhur Jackson Jim Fell Charles Henry Fred Castor John Maier Dallas
d, Coach Cousins.
Backward Glance at 53 54 Program at A H S
School opens and we see many new faces Among them fsve new teachers Mrs Andrsw Msss Wolff
Mr Ballsnger Msss Murphy and Mr Coussns
Sensor psctures are taken here at school thus tame
Junsors spend a busy Saturday on a scrap drsve prosecl
Bsq scoop fsrst Tsger s Tale ss sssu d
Homecomsng game wsth Crsspus Attucks of lndsanapolss crownsng of queen and amateur boxsng
made for a bsg week end
Cross country team makes good record as they place thsrd sn CIC meet
Underclass sndsvsdual prctures are taken for Spectrum
A welcome vacatson from school and teachers attend conventson sn lndsanapolss
Drama Class has a bsg hst wsth Jane Eyre
Band ss tops at state marchsng contest held at Speedway
Future Teachers have snstallalron of chapter thss Sunday afternoon at Msss French s home
Popular convo Esksmos of Greenland ss presented
Sensor actsvstses begsn to roll along as announcement cords arrsve
Anderson College coach ss guest speaker at annual football banquet
Tsgers open basketball season wsth Grsffsth
Jr Red Cross presents movse for sensor hsgh
Band and chosr sosn forces to present fsrst concert of year Musrc sn e Modern Mood
Charade: are ensoyed by sensors at class party at Kanteen
Tsgers Tale comes out wsth new look fsrst prsnted sssue
Turkey sn the spotlsght as we leave for Thanksgsvsng vacatson
Navy and wlsste are seen everywhere as sophomore sweaters arrsve
Another career day comes and goes wth rts usual success
Football sockets were a lsttle late for banquet were presented today
Beverly Toms Rosemary Jackson and Eugene Hartness attend Student Legsslatsve Assembly al Purdue
Scsence Club has rasny day for trsp to Chscago
Psychology students tour posnts of snterest sn lndsanapolss
Future Homemakers gsve party for FFA
thrsll for suns rsngs arrsve
Chr stmas program presented sn mornsng and dssmsssal at noon for Chrsstmas holsdays
Alex Tsgers play host for holsday tourney
Organszatron psctures for Spectrum taken
Drama students see Moon ls Blue al Purdue
Begsnnsnq of new semester New course sn cadet teachsng offered
Wsnter concert of classscal and popular mussc ss bug success
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Backward Glance at' 53 54 Program at A H S
FT qsves tca for all csty school teachers sn home ec rooms
.lr Hsgh plan for future at Vocatsons Day
Red ond gold red and gold Students and faculty wear school colors the week before Sectsonol
Bsg tsme arrsves and Alexandrsa makes st two sn a row when the Tsgers defeat the Anderson lndsons
to take the Sectsonal crown
Tsgers rake bug tollowsng to lndsonapolss to wstness Regtonol tournament Meet wsth tough Crsspus
Attucks who takes regsonal vsctory
Sensors hear panel dsscus son of college lsfe at College Day program
lRC members attend Model U N at Anderson College
Basketball Banquet postponed untsl today because of tournament partscspatson
Home ec gsrls attend Home Show sn lndnanapols
Sensors present a hsghlsght actsvsty wsth thesr formal dance Moonlsght Over Manhattan
Band wsns fsrst and Gsrls Glee Club second sn contest at Shersdan
Sensor problems students hear Duvall s at Ball State
Co op sponsors bug free dance for everyone Features square and round dancsng outssde on hard top
Chosr presents Easter Cantata School dssmsssed for sprsng vacatson
Sensors get practscal expersence dursng On the Job day
Everybody gets snto the act as bg annual sprsng performance of Crescendo Varsetses ss presented
sn the m
Sprsng concert ss presented on Sunday afternoon out at the pork
Long awasted tsme fsnally comes and the sensors leave for trsp to New York
Publsc gets a chance to vsew work of school artssts at Art Exhsbst
Spectrums arrsve and autographs are the order of the day
Sensors clasm thss week as thesr own for end of school actnvstses
Class day Sensors present last program for underclassmen and frsends
That always sad and happy tame Commencement Caps and gowns dsploma and farewell to
Underclassmen return for report cards and once agosn a full successful year at A H S draws to a close
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We of the Spectrum Staff speaklng on behalf of the entlre
student body wush to express our thanks to the patrons on the follow
ings pages who helped make our l954 yearbook possnble
Veterans Cab Service
Herman Bryan Real Estat
Otto Bender Insurance
Rlte Way Plumbing and E
Little Dutch Cleaners
Rhorer s Del Rey Service
Bus Station Beauty Shop
Garnette s Beauty Salon
Donald P Jones
Roberts Barber Shop
lectrlc Co Robert Hocker
Sales and Servnce
THE BOOK WITH THE HAPPY ENDING
YOUR OTHER GOALS
The story your bank book tells gets better lane by Irne as your regular
deposlts brmg you closer to your goals
OPEN YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT HERE
ALEXANDRIA BANKING COMPANY
The Bank of Frrendly Servuce Member Federal Deposut Insurance Corporation
' Dr. '
Co. Dr. '
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Best Ever Dalry Produ t
WALTER F CARVER
IO7 East Garfield Street Phone 990
THE TOP HAT DRIVE INN
Alexandria lndnana Phone 728
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 54 The Lmcoln
Thanks for your co operation ln
semor picture business prmters of the
REID S STUDIO
Muncue lndsana MUnC'e Indmnf'
as ss 0 C S
Our "Special" ls Serving You
LEW MERRELL ERNEST MULL TRUCKING
and CONTRACT CARRIER
Alexandria, Indiana Phone 66
THE NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY
Gold Bond Insulation Products
BOB MILLER S SERVICE CENTER
B F Goodr ch Products
HIATT S POULTRY MARKET
llO E Washington
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF l954
Gipe Williams 8. Kyle Funeral Home
Compliments of the
Our Business ls Your Pleasure
365 Days a Year
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Sinclair Products '
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SAY IT WITH FLOWERS BRATTAIN S TV SERVICE
LEEWIN FLORAL CO 624 West Washmgton Phone 497
When better clean ng IS done w II do It HOOSIER MARKET
II6 W Washington St Phone 57 FINEST IN MEATS
ALEXANDRIA LUMBER CO INC
We Wall Supply All the Material to Burld Your Home
We Wull Burld It Complete for You
307 West Broadway Phone 148
YOUNG AGES H 8. H SANDWICH SHOP
DISTINCTIVE APPAREL FOR THE
JACK AND JILL SHOP
INNISDALE VARIETY STORE
I03V2 N Harrnson
House of Cups
LIONS CLUB MEETS HERE
2nd and 4th Tuesday
6 30 p m
COMPTON S CAFE
'II6 N Harnson St
RECORD S DRUGS
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY
Sundrres Fountain Service
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FOR FINE GIFTS
Hamilton, Elgin, Gruen,
STANDARD SERVICE Bulova and Boulevard Watches
121 E. Washington Street Phone 414
Towle, International, Heirloom,
Wallace, and Gorham Sterling
EARL G RHODES JEWELRY and GIFTS
INDIANA 8g MICHIGAN ELECTRIC COMPANY
HOME cooiceo room
JACK and ISABELL HOVER
Rd 9 hone 806
Work is guaranteed prices are right
For those employed days appointment at night
Berhuhohil s Beauty Bar
Lucale Hurt Burton
1004 S Harrison Phone 322
John W Compton
Tax Consultant Accountant
104 W Washington Street Phone 121
W H MAY HARDWARE
Paints House Furnishings Electrical Appliances
Sporting Goods Plumbing Farm Supplies
Phone 224 Alexandria Indiana
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COMPUMENTS OF ALEXANDRIA BAKERY
ll3 N. Harrison SNACK BAR
Complimenfs of DANIELS AND METCALF
S School EI'TIbIefTIS and Supplies
806 W. Monroe Street Phone 64
ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY INC
BETTER LUMBER AND MILLWORK
Ladies and Chlldren s Ready To Wear
Phone ll57 203 N Harrrson
RECORD AND FLOWER SHOP
Records and Record Players
ALEXANDRIA PAINT 8. ROOFING CO
Paint Roofung Wallpaper Hardware
and Sporhng Goods
LIKE A GOOD EDUCATION
MAKES A HAPPIER HOME
MULLEN S SHOE STORE
QUALITY JOB PRINTING
THE DAILY NEWS
4l6 E Washnngton Sl Phone 510 l2O 122 W Washmgton Phone 67
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Flowers for All Occasions Af
CC,m,,,,me,,,S of CARVER'S DAIRY BAR
206 W, Washington
DAVIS AND STRICLER The Place T0 Eat
That Can't Be Beat
. C. BRATTAIN 8. CO.
Compliments of J
Ada Brattain, Proprietor
McCASLIN PURE OIL STATION Plumbing and Heating
Across from Post Office Phone 6I Gas Fitting
Compliments to the Class of 1954
COMPUMENT5 OF ROBERTSON GULF SERVICE
STARR REERIGERATION SERVICE HARMON and BERRY
sm 1937 P one 822
CENTRAL INDIANA GAS CO YIO W Chu Ch 5' Phvne 664
Best Wishes for a Successful Future CARDINAL COLD STORAGE
BALLINGER'S SERVICE STATION
AND DRIVE INN Compliments of
Berry 8. Park Ave. Slate Rd. 9 BAUMGAR1-NER1S
BROBST PHOTO SUPPLIES MADISON COUNTY FARM BUREAU
109 N Canal Alexandria l97 Elwood 208
Anderson 8896 Pendlefon 400
ART and TROY
LEO LOVELESS EcoNoMY SERVICE STATION
Lumber and Building Materials I1 ,U n L, I-Txpgr
Phone ll9l 812 W AdUTT'lS Sl 1 1X
Alexandraa U1 01 DNN
911 S llarnson Phone 8
AZIMOW AND CULBERTSON CO
206 225 scum Curve sneer 202 N Hflffwn S'
7 l, llll
. , , Gas o Less
Lub"cz 0 y -'ts -Txrcs
XrVllSlTlI'lg amd 1jUllSlllIlg1 Wheel linluncc
- - Cavs Called for and Dol' 'ered
' Ins 'c "ers
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JOHNSON SEA HORSE GUY C, LEWIS
Outboard Motors REAL ESTATE
Boats and Accessories
LEATHER'S BOAT HOUSE '2OE'WoS"mg'O"
1823 North A Street Phone FE 2-5162 Insurance - Phone 1052-J
BAILEY DRUG STORE
103 N Horrrson 201 N Harruson
ALEXANDRIA S ONLY COMPLETE Alexandria Bulldmg and
105 North Harrzson
MEN S STORE SAVINGS LOANS
402 N Harmon Ale andrla Indiana
SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
106 N Clrnton Alexandrrc
Complrments to the Class of 54
BERG S FLOWER SHOP
. 107 W. Canal St.
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SAVE UP T0
On Your Food Budget
And Receive Free Premiums
PVHNINGS vzmzamfmwazm. I wwf EVENINGS
Helping young folks furmsh thesr
home as o 'ob we love so when
you thunk of furmture thunk of
HOME OF FINE FURNITURE
Johns Monvulle Products
Baker Shell Servlce
Tires Batteries A ccess Orles
Lubrncotuon Tare Repaur
CURB DRIVE INN
SUPERIOR MANUFACTURING CO Inc
G E Rockwool Structural Steel
Weldmg of All Kinds Machine Shop Work
NORTH HARRISON phone 6
203 N Pennsylvomo Alexandrlo
J Ill-I West Washington St. X'x U
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