Alexandria Monroe High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Alexandria, IN)
- Class of 1959
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Every day at Alexandria High School proved to
be very different and extremely exciting.
When the doors were opened for the new school
year, there was an air of excitement in every cor-
ridor and classroom. Meeting new acquaintances
and reviving old friendships were first on the agenda
for the new year. Then serious plans for a successful
academic year were made.
Soon things settled down and the A. H. S.'ers
were acquiring important knowledge which would
help them lead better lives in their schools, homes,
Academic life was only one of the important
phases of our life at Alex High. There were sports,
social activities, and extra -curricular activities
which rounded out our well -balanced school pro-
People ...... . . . 22-23
Organizations . . . . . 62-63
Sports ...... . . . 82-83
Advertising . . . . . . 96-97
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Mr. DON DICK
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The Class of 1959 is proud to dedicate this yearbook to an outstanding
During his years at Alexandria High School, he has gained the admiration
and respect of the entire student body. In all matters he is firm, yet fair, and
his professional approach to teaching has inspired his classes. It is through the
efforts of teachers like this man that the American school system has remained
at a traditionally high level.
It is with great pleasure that we dedicate this book to Mr. Dick.
These U. S. History students in Mr. Dick's class find
the story of their country's background a thrilling
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graceful volunteer, Dave
periment in balancing for
Miss I-lull looks over some projects for World
History with Sue Disque and Tom Leach. Students
are responsible for several projects portraying
customs or special events of a historical period.
Welcome, perform an ex-
Extending a helping hand to a sightless boy in
Scotland, these Eighth graders are taping stories
to send him.
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These Journalism students are
laboring over what news to put
where in an issue of the school
paper, "Tiger's Tale."
LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Antle,
Dave Welcome, Nancy Baum-
gartner, Mrs. Laws, Sue Weaver,
To speak easily and confidently to an audience,
as John Bragg is doing, is part of the training
received in a Speech class.
No, 1t's not Va1ent1ne's Day. Mr. Wehsollek is
showing his Health class a model of the human
heart and its various parts.
You can never be too
sure. Drivers' Training
students examine the in-
terior of the training
car as they embark on a
Miss French is discussing the teaching profession with
her student assistant, Ella Jane Millspaugh. She is
showing her some new material which might help Ella
Jane in her future vocation.
Deedie Baumgartner and Rose Ann Mack are trying to
establish order on the library shelves, under the able
supervision of the librarian, Mrs. Loy.
Miss French, Guidance
Director, and Mrs. Loy,
Librarian, discuss a
Nancy Haines and Doris Heartbarger should be proud of
the delicious looking pie they are taking out of an oven
in the Home Economics department.
Mrs. Andrew thinks the
gingerbread looks goodl
Child care is an important part in every homemaker's
training. Mrs. Millican makes an assignment to her
Students of a Junior High math class are
reviewing fundamentals and learning
new material from Mr. Moore.
A geometry class watches with approval as Deedie
Baumgartner proves a geometry problem at the
This is Mr. Shock's answer to "Line Up." It is really
his Advanced Algebra class.
Mr. Crosley's Eighth Grade music class enjoys a
The alto section of the choir rehearses for the Winter
"One and two and three and." Mr. Bow
directs the Senior High Band.
These boys are busy at work
in the machine shop. The
excellent training they re-
ceive and the fine quality
of work they do reflect the
mark of a CHAMPION.
Jim Sayre is operating the printing press, turn-
ing out some of the numerous printed items al-
ways needed at Alexandria High School.
The absence of any
bandaged fingers proves
the skill these eighth
graders have developed
in the metal shop.
Tonya Lockwood, Steve Gaunt, Nancy Walker,
and Dickie Trissel, members of the eighth grade
General Science class, are engrossed in the study
of the human ear.
Mr. Baxter is demonstra-
ting electrolysis of water
to one of his chemistry
Biology students--Jeanne Fraundorfer, Cathy Hy-
song, Kenneth Cleaver, and Harold Wilson--are
discussing mysteries of the chest cavity while Mr.
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This class seems to be enjoying Tim Meyer's
dissertation on corn. In fact they seem to be
The land judging class is proudly eyeing their
latest trophy, only one of many accumulated
in the past few years.
Mr. Disque and a rooster are giving each
other a close inspection much to the
amusement of the poultry judging group.
Mr. Bullock looks over the
work of his art students, Helen
Pittenger and Tom Hartwell.
Mrs. Clendenin tests the hearing
of one of the Junior High Students
Mr. Green holds the attention of his Busi
ness Law class as he reads an interesting
case from the text.
Richard Woosnam and Bd
Janney are learning book-
which will assist them in
keeping future home
budgets and business
After the excellent training available in
our business department, a student suddenly
discovers that typing can be done neatly
and quickly, as evidenced here by Louis
To be a part ofa model Indiana
General Assembly was a wonderful
experience for these students who
were selected to represent Alexan-
dria High School at the Purdue Stu-
dent Legislative Assembly in
December. Both in the House and
the Senate, they followed the process
of lawmaking from the preparation of
bills to the final vote.
LEFT TO RIGHT: John Prough,
Nancy Baumgartner, Ed Janney,
Jane Millspaugh, Mr. Green.
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These students were chosen as
representatives to Girls' State and
Boys' State held each summer at
Indiana University under the
auspices of the American Legion
Auxiliary and the American Legion,
respectively. From a week packed
with practical political experience,
they will be prepared to participate
more intelligently in elections when
they reach voting age.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Baum-
gartner, Jennie Odom, Donna
Binder. STANDING: Steve Fulk,
Ron Lynch, Dave Steele, Dave
Harmony was the keynote when this talented group won the approval of
the audience at the Pop Concert.
The audience was really interested as David It was a grand night for singing, and Anita Mul
Bailey and the Debate Team gave a practice ler performed in her inimitable way.
debate before the tournament at Ball State
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Man, what a real gone pep session this turned out to be.
A real pepper-upper!
From the happy faces in the cheering section, it looks
as if the Tigers are on the move.
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Alexandria High School is a friendly
place. Faculty members, students, parents,
and the whole community share in its many
activities. There is a spirit of "together-
ness" surrounding this building where Young
Alexandria goes to school.
The Alexandria Board of Education meeting in a regular session. LEFT TO RIGHT
are: Everett Gaunt, Treasurerg Clifford Sheley, Secretaryg A. H Baumgartner,
Presidentg and Kelro Whiteman, Superintendent of Schools. STANDING is Joseph
Urban, City Attorney.
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Mr. Evans looks over his reference library in his Mr. Disque working in his Junior High School
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B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg M.S., Indiana
Universityg Alexandria Superintendent of Schools.
A.B., Oakland City Collegeg M.S. Indiana Univer-
sityg Senior High Principal.
B.S.A., Purdue Universityg M.S. Ed. Indiana
Universityg Junior High Principalg Vocational Ag-
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Home Economicsg
DONALD BAXTER , 1'
A.B., Indiana Universityg Sciencegf' , f ,
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B.S., Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Englishkg f. , k
M.S., Butler Universityg Instrumental Musicg Band.
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg English.
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Art.
B.S., Butler Universityg Physical Ed.5 Mathematicsg
B.S., Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Industrial
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Speech-Hearing
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Music.
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg M.S., Indiana
Universityg Social Scienceg Physical Ed.5 Safety.
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Englishg Speech.
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J. LAWRENCE FRAZIER
B.S., M.S., Indiana Universityg Science.
ROXANA F RAZIER
A.B., DePauw Universityg Lating English.
M.A., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Guidance.
B.S. Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Business Ed-
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Girls' Physical
M.A., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Social Studies.
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Englishg Journ-
A.B., DePauw Universityg M.S., Indiana Universityg
A.B., Franklin Collegeg English.
M.A., Ohio State Universityg Home Economics.
B.S., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Physicsg Mathe-
M.A., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Industrial
M.A., Ball State Teachers Collegeg Business Edu-
B.S., Manchester Collegeg
B.S., Anderson Collegeg Driver
Trainingg Physical Educationg
K B.S., Ball State Teachers
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Leaders during our senior year were: Anita Muller, Secretaryg Mrs. Andrew, Mr.
Wehsollek, Miss French, Dave Steele, President, Jim Owens, Treasurerg and
Dave Bailey, Vice President.
Our first big event was the Homecoming celebration with
a football game on Friday night, October 3, and the "Club
'59" dance on Saturday evening. Linda Swindell was crowned
queen and with her escort, Tom Willis, reigned over the
It mattered not that the temperature was below zero,
the atmosphere was warm with exercise, fun, and good fel-
lowship at our Christmas party.
The concessions were real work but helped us earn our
trip to Washington. Four days filled with fun on the train
and the always to be remembered sights in our country's
greatest city will be meaningful to us always.
Just one other event, Commencement, and the year was
gone. The diplomas meant our school life together ended
but newer and greater vistas were opened to us.
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Office 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45
Treasurer 25 IRC, 45 FTA 2,35 Jr.
RC, 45 Tiger's Tale, 45 Cheer-
block, 25 Dance Class, 1
Alchemist, 3,45 Hi-Y, 2,3,45
Spectrum, 45 Boys' State, 35
Debate, 45 Math Club, 45 Co-op,
1,2,35 Dance Class, 15 Band,
1,2,3,45 Class VP, 4
Tiger Club, 15 Y-Teens, 2,35
IRC, 2,3,45 FHA, 45 Jr. RC, 35
Spectrum, 2,3,45 Girls' State, 35
Band, 1,25 Library, 35 Tiger's Tale,
45 Modern Dance, 1,2
Alchemist, 3,4, Treas., 45 Y-Teens, Alchemist 3 4 H1 Y 4 FTA 4
2,35 FTA, 3,45 Fl-IA, 15 Jr. RC, 3, Debate 4 Noon League 3
V.P., 35 Tiger's Tale, 35 Cheer-
block, 1,45 Twirler, 2,3,45 Band,
1,2,3,45 Mascot, 1,2
Alchemist, 3,45 Y-Teens,
2,3,45 IRC, 2,3,4, Sec'y 2,35
FTA, 2,3,4, Sec'y 35
Spectrum 1,2,3,4, Ed. 45
Tiger's Tale, 45 Girls' State,
35 Cheerblock, 1,2,3,4, VP,
2, Sec'y 45 Honor Society,
3,45 Purdue Legislature, 3,45
Debate, 45 C0-op, 3, Pres., 35
Dance Class, 15 Library 2,3
Alchemist, 3,45 Y-Teens,
2,3,45 FTA, 2,3,4, Treas. 25
IRC, 35 Spectrum 3,45 Tiger's
Tale, Ed. 45 Cheerblock, 15
Honor Society, 3,45 Co-op,
1,45 Choir, 1,2,3,4, Pres., 45
Class VP, 25 Class Pres., 3
JOHANNA BRYAN GWEN BUGBY
Y-Teens, 2.3.4, Cheerblock, 1,25
Y-Teens 2,3,-45 Cheerblock, l,2,3g
Dance Class, lg Band, 1, Choir
Y-Teens, 3, FHA, 3,49 Jr. Rc, 3,43
GAA, 1,25 choir 1,2
Y-Teens, 2, FHA, lg Jr. RC,
1,25 Tiger's Tale, 4
Y-Teens, 1,23 Tiger's Tale,
4, Cheerblock, 1, Dance
Football, 1,23 Basketball, 1, Track,
1,25 Noon League, 1, Choir 1,2
Football 2,35 Baseball, 3,45 Stage
DARLENE CLOSSER LARRY COLLINS
Choir, 2,3,4 Tiger's Tale, 15 Football, 1
Office, 45 Y-Teens, 2,35
Tiger's Tale, 4, Cheerblock,
1,2,33 Twirler, 1,2,3,4g Choir,
2,3,4g Cheerleader, 3, Cheer-
leader's Club, 1,2,3
Alchemist, 3,45 FFA, 1,2,3,4,
VP, 45 Sec'y, 3, Dance
FHA, 1,3,4g Cheerblock, 1,45
Y-Teens, 2,3,4, FHA, 1,2,3,4, Jr.
RC, 1,35 Tiger's Tale, 4, Cheer-
block, 1,2,3,4g GAA, 1,2,3,4,
Treas, 3, Pres. 4, Dance Class 1,
Alchemist, 3,43 Hi-Y, 2,3,4,
VP, 4, Boys' State, 3, Football,
l,2,3,4g Basketball, l,2,3,4g
Track, 15 Baseball, 2,3,4,
Noon League, 1,2,3,4, Band,
Alchemist, 3,45 FFA, 2,3,4,
Treas., 3,43 Baseball, 1,2,3,4,
Cross Country, 3, Noon League,
Office, 4, Y-Teens, 2,3,4, Sec'y
3, IRC, 3,45 Jr. RC, 4, Tiger's
Tale, 4, Cheerblock, 1,25 Choir
Football, l,2,3,4, Noon League,
Office, 3,45 Choir, 2.
Basketball, 1,2,3,4, Football, 1,2,
3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Spectrum, 3.
ROSETTA GOODING NANCY HAINES
Y-Teens, 2,33 FTA, 4, FHA, 1,2, Y-Teens, Z,3,45 FHA, 1,2,3,
3,4, Pres., 4, Cheerblock, 2,3,45 Tiger's Tale, 4, Cheerblock, 1,2
GAA, 1,2,3,4, Choir, 4. 3,43 Choir, 4.
Y-Teens, 2,3,4g FHA, 1,
Cheerblock, 15 Dance Class,
1, Band, 1,2,3,45 Majorette,
JACQUELINE HENDERSON JERRY LEE HINES SUE HINES
Y-Teens, 2,3,45 FTA, 45 Tiger's Hi-Y, 45 Jr. RC, 45 Band, 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens, 2,3,45 Tiger's Tale, 45
Tale, 45 Cheerblock, 25 Choir, Choir, 1,4. Cheerblock, 15 Homecoming
2,4. Court, 25 Twirler, 2,3,45 Choir,
FTA, 2,a,4, sec'y, 2, FHA,
block, l,2,3,4, Pres., 45
Alchemist, 3,45 Y-Teens,
253,45 Jr. RC, 1,3,4, Sec'y
Dance Class, 15 Tiger's Tal
123,45 IRC 2,3,45 Cheer-
2,45 Cheerleader, 15 Cheerleaders
Y-Teens, 2,3,45 Tiger's Tale, 45
Cheerblock, 15 Twirler, 2,3,4.
Choir, 2,3,45 Tiger's Tale, 45
Y-Teens, 35 FTA, 45 Library, 4.
LINDA JACKSON MARTHA JARMAN PAUL JONES
Y-Teen5, 1,2,3,43 Chee,-block, 1, Y-Teens, 2,3,4, Fl-lA, l,2,3,4, VP, Alchemist, 3,45 Hi-Y, 2,3,4, Sgt
Dance Class, 1, Band, l,2,3,4 , 3, Jr. RC, 3, Tiger's Tale, 4, at-Arms. 3, Football, 2, Mgr.,
Cheerblock, 1,2,3,4g CAA, 1,2,3,4, 3,45 Basketball, 1,2,3,4, Track,
Pres., 3, Dance Class, 1, Band 1,25 l,2,45 Cross Country, 4
I-li-Y, 2,3,4, Treas., 3,49 IRC,
2,3,4g FFA, 23 Math Club, 3,45
Alchemist, 3,45 Co-op, 2, Choir, 4
Tiger's Tale, 4
MARCELLA LITTLE MARVIN LAYCOCK
FHA, 23 Band, 33 Choir, 1 Alchemist, 33 FFA, 43 Noon League,
Alchemist, 3,43 Y-Teens, 3,43
IRC, 2,3,43 FHA, 1,43 Jr. RC,
13 Cheerblock, 1,2,3,43 Dance
Class, 13 Band, l
Hi-Y, 2,3,4, Chaplain, 43 FTA,
2,3,4, Jr. RC, 3,4, Pres., 3,43
Tiger's Tale, 43 Boys' State,
33 Debate, 43 Basketball, 1,23
Track, I,2,3,4Q Cross Country,
l,2,33 Noon League, 3g Dance
Class, 13 Band, 1,2,3,43 Choir,
Hi-Y, 2,3,43 JI. RC. 33 FTA, 2,33
Alchemist, 3,43 Choir, 2,3,4, VP,
43 Football, l,3,43 Basketball
Mgr., 2,3,43 Track, 1,2,3, Cross
WARREN LE VEQUE
Alchemist, 3,4, Pres., 43 Hi-Y,
3,43 IRC, 3,43 Spectrum, 43 Math
Club, 3,4, VP, 3, Pres., 43 Co-op
23 Dance Class, 13 Band, 2.3,-43
Class, VP, 3
Alchemist, 3,43 Y-Teens, 2,3,4,
FTA, 2,3,43 FHA, l,2,3,43 Cheer-
block, 1,2,3,43 Choir, 4
FHA, 15 CAA, 15 Choir, 25 Library,
BEVERLY MYERS COLLINS
Y-Teens, 2,3,45 Jr. RC, 1,25
Tiger's Tale, 45 Cheerblock, 1,25
Dance Class, 15 Choir, 2,45 FHA, 4
RONALD McPHEARSON JERRY MCFERRAN
Football, 15 NOOU League, 1,2,4 Cross Country, 15 Noon League, 4
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ELLA JANE MILLSPAUGH
Office, 45 Alchemist, 3,45
Y-Teens, 2,3,4, Pres., 35 IRC,
2,3,45 Treas., 3,45 FTA, 2,3,4,
Pres., 45 Jr. RC, 15 Cheer-
block, 15 Honor Society, 3,45
Purdue Legislature, 45 Co-op,
4, Treas., 45 Dance Class, 15
Choir, 35 Class Treas., 25
Noon League, 45 Stage Crew,
Y-Teens, 2,3,-45 FHA, 1,2,3,4,
Historian, 3,45 Jr. RC, 1,45 Cheer-
block, 1,2,3,45 CAA, 1,2,3,4g
Dance Class, lg Choir, 2,3,4
J ENN IE ODOM
FHA, 1, Jr. RC, lg Cheerblock, 1 Y-Teens, 45 Jr. RC, 3,45 Tiger's
Office, 45 Alchemist, 3,45
Y-Teens, 2,3,45 IRC, 3,45
Cheerblock, 1,25 Honor Society,
3,45 Choir, 1,2 ,45 Class
Office, 3,45 Alchemist, 3,45
Y-Teens, 2,3,-45 Sec'y, 45
1Rc,2,a,4,FTA, 3,45 Jr. Rc,
15 Spectrum, 45 Cheerblock,
1,25 Dance Class, 1
Tale, 45 Girls' State, 35 Cheer-
Alchemist, 45 Hi -Y, 45 Co-op, 45
Class Treas., 3,4
Office, 3,45 Y-Teens, 2,3,45 Cheer
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Choir, 2,3.-I Alchemist, 3.4, Hi-Y, 2,3,4, FFA
Alchemist, 3,4, Sec'y, 4, Y-Teens,
2.3.4, FTA, 2,3,4, Jr. RC, 1,2,
Tiger's Tale, 4, Cheerblock, 1,2,
Choir, 1,2,4, FHA, 4
Alchemist, 3,4, Y-Teens, 2,3,-1,
IRC, 4, FTA, 4, FHA, 1,2,3,4,
Reporter, Jr. RC, 4, GAA, I,2,3,-1,
Debate, 4, Band, 2,3,4, Tiger's
4, Football, l,2,3,4, Dance Class
1, Choir, 2
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IRC, ,4, Y-Teens, 2,3,4,
Pres., FTA, 2,3,-1, Treas. 3,
Alchemist, 3,4, Tiger's Tale,
4, Spectrum, 4, Honor Society.
3,-1, Library, 3,4, Jr. RC, 4,
Co-op, 4, Band, 1
Alchemist, 3,-1, VP, 4, Hi -Y,
2,3,4, IRC, 2,3,-L, VP, 3,
Pres., 4, Spectrum, 4, Honor
Society, 3,4, Purdue Legisla-
ture, 4, Math Club, 3,4, Foot-
ball, I,2,3,4, Basketball, 1,2
ELSIE RAGLE WILLIAM SCHACHT
Jr. RC, 1, Tiger's Tale, 4, Cheer- Jr. RC, 1, Alchemist, 3, Noon
block, 1, Choir, 3 League, 1,25 Dance Class, 1, Choir,
Alchemist, 3,45 FFA. 1,2,3,4, Pres
4, Baseball, 2, Dance Class, 1
Alchemist, 3,49 I-li-Y, 45 Tiger's
Tale, 45 Track, 12,45 Noon
League, 3,4, Choir, 3,4
Y-Teens, 2,3,-1, Cholr, 2,3,4,
Twirler, 2,3,4, Cheerblock,
1,2,3, Tiger's Tale, 4, FTA,
4' Chee-rleader's Club 1
'W WILLIAM SC RIBNER
Tiger's Tale, 3, Cross
Office,-1, Y-Teens, 2.3, Tiger's
Tale. 4, Cheerblock, lg Choir,
FI-IA, lg Cheerblock, 2, Choir, 2
Noon League, 2,35 Stage Crew, 3,
Maintenance , 4
ANITA SEMON JUANITA STILLWELL I-IESS
Tiger's Tale, 3, Cheerblock. 1, Y-Teens, 2, FHA, 1,2,3g Jr. RC,
Choir, l,2,3,4 1, Cheerblock, 1,2g Dance Class, 1
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Pres., 3, S tr l,2,3,
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Boys State, 9 ath Club,
3,49 Co-op, 35 Track, - ce
Class, lg Band, 2.3, lass
Y-Teens, 2,3,-45 FHA, 1,3,4,
Jr. RC, 1, Cheerblock, 1,
Homecoming Queen, 4,
Choir, 2,35 Cheerleader's
ROWLENA TRISSEL KEITH THARP RONALD VESTAL
Tiger's Tale,-1 Noon League, 2.45 Stage Crew, 3,4 Hi-Y, 2, Football, 1,2,3, Track,
1,25 Noon League, 1,2,3g Choir,
PAUL VAN HORN
Football, 1,3,45 Baseball, l,2.4g
Noon League, 1,2,3, Choir, I,3.4
J UDI TH VOLLENHALS
Office, 45 Y-Teens, 2,3,45 FHA,
4, Cheerblock, 1,2,4, Twirler,
2,3,4g Choir, 2,3,4, Cheerleader
2, Cheerleader's Club, 1,2
Alchemist, 3,49 IRC. 3,43
FHA, 3.4, VP, 45 Cl1Olr, 3,43
VP, 4 ,
Alchemist, 3,43 Hi-Y, 3,43
FTA, 4, Spectrum, 4, Basket-
ball, 2,Track,2,4, Baseball, 1,
Cross Country, 1,2,3,-19 Choir,
Class VP, 15 Jr. RC, 1,2,3,45
Cheerleader's Club, 1,25 Cheer-
leader, 25 Debate, 45 Alchemist,
3,45 FTA, 45 Tiger's Tale, 45
Choir, 3,45 Track, 1
Alchemist, 3,45 Hi-Y, 2,3,45 Foot-
ball, 45 Basketball, 1,2,3,45 Base-
ball, 1,2,3,45 Cross Country, 2,35
JANE ELLEN WOELFERT
Alchemist, 3,45 Y-Teens, 2,35
FTA, 35 IRC, 2,3,45 FHA, 1,2,35
Sec'y, 2,35 Jr. RC, 1,35 Cheer-
block, 1,35 Math Club, 3,45 Dance
Football, 3,45 Basketball, 1,253,415
Office, 45 Alchemist, 3,45
Y-Teens, 45 FTA, 3,45 Cheer-
block, 15 GAA, 15 Choir,
1,2,3,4, Sec'y, 45 Cheer-
leader's Club, 1,2
FI-IA, 1,2,3,-45 Cheerblock,
SUE WEAVER DAVID WELCOME
Alchemist, 3,45 Y-Teens, 2,3,4, Alchemist, 3,45 Hi-Y, 2,3,4, Sec'y,
IRC, 2,35 FTA, 45 Spectrum, 4, 3, Pres., 4, FTA, 3,4, Historian, 3,
Tiger's Tale, 4, Ass't Ed., Cheer- Treas., 4, Jr. RC, 1,2,3,4g Track,
block, 15 Co-op, 3, Dance Class, 1,2,3,45 Tiger's Tale, 3,43 Foot-
15 Choir, 1,2,3,4 ball, 1,2,3,4, Captain, 4, All
Conference Team, 4'5 Basketball
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3and, 1,2,3,4, Choir, 4s Class
As we remember our class activities and the enjoyment we
shared as a group, we are sobered by the realization that two of our
classmates' lives were taken by tragic accidents.
Kip Brandon, April 25, 1957
Ellis Cunningham, October 26, 1958
The loss of these two young men has brought grief to their
families and sadness to their classmates.
Making plans for a Sock Hop are Richard Woosnam, Ed Janney,
Mrs. Laws, Mr. Green, Pam Stone, Mrs. Loy, and Phil Hahn.
Abom, Mary Margaret
Armstrong, Betty Jo
Barrett, Jane Ann
Blake, William L.
Boston, Bruce B.
Boyer, Tonya Lea
Bryan, Kenneth C.
Butler, Mary K.
Caldwell, Karen M.
Clevenger, Anita J.
Edwin Janney was re-elected Junior Class Presi-
dent. The other officers were: Phil Hahn, Vice Pres-
identg Pam Stone, Secretaryg and Richard Woosnam,
Co-op representatives were Steve King, Bill Blake
Sylvia Gall, and Sandy Latchaw.
Mrs. Loy, Mrs. Laws, and Mr. Green served as
For the first time, the Juniors selected their ring
style in the Spring of their Sophomore year and re-
ceived the rings in September of their Junior year.
Sock Hops and selling Christmas trees were their
projects for adding money to the class treasury.
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Hartwell, Karen Sue
Hinton, Cheri Jo
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Sophomores planning for the big year ahead are: Judy Owens,
Tom Leach, Sharon Wells, and Peggy Cassell, and their spon-
sors: Mr. Shock, Mrs. Millican, and Mr. Frazier.
Tom Leach again led the Class of '6l. Other
officers elected were: Peggy Cassell, Vice Presi-
dent, Judy Owens, Secretaryg and Sharon Wells,
Sharon Berry, Teena Flook, Richard Prough,
and Steve Ray represented the class on the Stu-
A Winter Party was held at the Kid Kanteen.
In December, new colors appeared in the
hallways and classrooms at A.H.S. The long
awaited sweaters of charcoal and white had at
Class rings were ordered in the Spring for
Mr. Shock, Mrs. Millican, and Mr. Frazier
served as sponsors for the group.
Brown, Mary K.
Disque, Sue Ellen
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Students from Alexandria Junior High, Cunning-
ham, Orestes, and St. Mary's began their first year
of high school by electing Don Hanlin, Presidentg
Sheryl LeVeque, Vice Presidentg Carol Sue Deaton,
Secretaryg and Roger Warner, Treasurer.
Savings funds for the Senior Trip were begun by
paying dues each semester.
The usual class parties were held during the
Co-op representatives were: Nancy Ice, Jeff
Latchaw, Sandy Schacht, and Jim Rodney.
Sponsors for the group were: Miss Frazier, Mr.
Biester, and Miss Elwell.
Shown with their sponsors, Mr. Biester, Miss Elwell, and Miss
Frazier, are Freshmen Officers: Don I-Ianlin, Carol De aton,
Sheryl LeVeque, and Roger Warner.
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Talking with their homeroom sponsor, Miss McCammon, What's funny now? Mr. Baxter's homeroom officers are:
are: David Stahl, Treasurer, Kathy Ellis, Secretary, Don Hughes, Treasurer, Tim McCord, Vice President,
Susan Lower, Vice President, and Jeff Lockwood, Presi- and Steve Hueston, President.
SEATED, Left to Right are: Don Engle, Treasurer,
Rickie Myers, Vice President, Dottie Hines, Secretary.
STANDING are: Steve I-lines, President, and Mr. Wil-
son, Homeroom Sponsor.
The Eighth Grade enjoyed a skating party early in
the school year.
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picture contests, lost and found department, and keep-
ing rooms decorated appropriately to the seasons.
Miss McCammon's homeroom decorated the Junior
High Christmas tree and enjoyed a party afterwards.
Officers elected in Miss McCammon's homeroom
were: Jeff Lockwood, President, Susan Lower, Vice
President, Kathy Ellis, Secretary, and David Stahl,
Mr. Baxter's homeroom officers were: Steve Hueston,
President, Tim McCord, Vice President, and Don
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Rickie Myers, Vice President, Dottie Hines, Secretary,
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Officers elected for the incoming Seventhqade Class were:
Elaine Miller, President, Cynthia Jackley, Secretary, Terry
Muey, Treasurer, and Dennis Plackard, Vice President.
Sponsors were: Mr. Moore, Mr. Crosley, and Miss Brockman.
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Miss Georgia Edgell is secretary to the high Secretary to the Superintendent of Schools is Miss
school principal. Helen Washburn.
Gaining practical secretarial experience while as- Bob Morphew, Bill Switzer, Bill Eastman, and Keith
sisting in the school offices are: W. Payton, B. Tharp comprise the stage crew.
Harrison, D. Waymire, S. Gall, K. Antle, E. Matney,
Custodians Ray Wasson, Lloyd Steward, and Herman Harris have kept our school
neat and orderly this year.
An important part of Alexandria High
School is the "organizations." The clubs
are often connected with various school de-
parrments, and every student can find a club
that is particularly interesting to him. Par-
ticipating in organizations is helpful to
students in learning correct parliamentary
procedure, in being responsible for program
planning, and in sharing the good fellowship
Wd Wo, 7476 Wo, '7z!'4 Off to Pau We Qo!
Editor-in -Chief. .
Associate Editor . . .
Sports Editor ....
Sports Reporter ....
Girls' Sports Editor .
Business Manager . .
Advertising Staff . .
Feature Editor . . .
Ass't Feature Ed . . .
Feature Writers . .
TIGER'S TALE STAFF
. Sue Weaver
. . . . Tom Walker
, , , David Welcome
. . . Steve Roach
, , Jackie Henderson
. . . . Donna Binder
. . ..... Karen Cunningham,
Martha Jarman, Jan Flook
. . . . Nancy Baumgartner
. . . . .Gretchen Pierce
. . . . . Elsie Fuller,Jody
Odom, Louise Chapman,
Columnists . .
Society Editor .....
Ass't Society Editor . .
Art Editor .......
Copy -Readers . . .
Exchange Editor ......
Circulation 8L Publicity
Jr, Hi Reporters .....
Mrs. Martha Laws . .
. . . . Anita Ray, Susie
Jackson, Judy Hoppes
. . . . . Ronnie Lynch
, , . , , Helen Pittenget
Mrs. Kellum, Rowlena
Trissel, Sue Hines,
. . Janet Foust
, , , Nancy Haines
. . . Jeff Lockwood,
Linda Weaver, Lee
Jolliff, Darlene Golden
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ROW 1, L to R: Mrs. Loy, N. Baumgartner, C. Baumgartner, S. King, I-I. Pittenger, D. Steele, Mr.
Champion. ROW 2: W. Payton, S.Weaver, B. Blake, E. White, T. Binder, D. Moore, R. Woosnam, T.
Davis, J. Knapp, D. Binder, B. Wilson, D. Bailey, W. LeVeque.
SPECTRUM ST AFF
Editor-in-Chief. . .
Associate Editor . . .
Business Manager . . . . .
Sports Editor .....
Ass't Sports Editor . .
Art Editor ......
Ass't Art Editor . .
Ass't Photographer . .
Senior Writers ....
Junior Writers . . .
Sophomore Writer . .
Freshman Writers . .
Mrs. Eleanor Loy . . .
Mr. Robert Champion
. Nancy Baumgartner
... . . Pam Stone
. . . . . . Steve King
. . . . . Bill Wilson
. . Richard Woosnam
. . Helen Pittenger
. . Wanda Payton
, , Dave Steele
. ...... John Knapp
. Dave Bailey, Donna
LeVeque, Sue Weaver
. . . . Bill Blake, Emily
White, Jean VanHorn
. . . . . .Tom Binder
. . Dianne Moore,
, , , Faculty Adviser
. . , Faculty Adviser
Sorting through pictures to be used for the page
are: Emily White, Bill Wilson. STANDING are
Bill Blake and Dick Woosnam.
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The Ernest R, Buck Science Club is a member
of Science Clubs of America. The general purpose
of the club is to further understanding in sciences,
physics, and chemistry, in addition to that gained
in the classroom.
A special program was held by the members in
honor of Mr. Buck, founder of the high school club.
Entertainment was provided by hypnotist, James
The group made the annual trip to Chicago in
the Spring and visited the Museum of Science and
Officers this year were: Warren LeVeque,
Presidentg John Prough, Vice President, Karen Beard.
Treasurer, and Gretchen Pierce, Secretary. Mr.
Baxter sponsored the group.
ROW l, Left to Right: Magee, Tharp, Hines, Krischak, Stone, Butler, Mamey, McGinnis, N. Baum-
gartner, Latchaw, Gall, Schroth. ROW 2: LeVeque, Muller, Payton, D. Jackson, J. Lowther, Pitten-
ger, Hahn, Millspaugh, Miss Hull, S. Jackson, Prough, Antle, Foust, Taylor, White, Brady, D. Steele.
ROW 3: B. Janney, King, E. Janney, Meyer, Lambertson, Woosnam, Coen, B. Disque, Keesling, Nash,
Moody, D. Steele, Holding, M. Jackson, Powless. ROW 4: Mohler, Workman, Dockrey, Manring,
Cassell, Urban, Willis, Allen, Owens, S. Disque, D. Baumgartner. ROW 5: Binder, Summers, Frye,
Fisher, L. Lowther, Leach, Ray, Fox, Olsen, Sayre, Harmon, Burden, Hooker.
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tion to promote a better understanding of the re-
lations between countries and to create an interest
and a knowledge of the United Nations.
The main activities of the club this year in-
cluded a banquet for the induction of new members
held in October. Mr. Jack King, guest speaker,
showed slides of his trip to the Orient.
The club also participated in the Model United
Nations General Assembly held at Anderson College
in January. Delegates represented Guatamala,
Greece, Iceland, and the United Arab Republic.
Officers this year were: John Prough, President,
Phil Hahn, Vice President, Sharon Jackson, Sec-
retary, and Ella Jane Millspaugh, Treasurer. Miss
Hull was group sponsor.
Model UN Delegates, L. to R.: Donna Binder,
Dave Steele, Ass't Sec.-Cen., Warren LeVeque,
Bill Disque, Phil Hahn, John Prough, George Pow-
less, Ed Janney, and Jane Millspaugh.
The International Relations Club is an organiza-
"naps ,-my - swan up M4 mezaf
ROW 1, L. to R.: Steele, Anderson, Miss E1we11, LeVeque, Prough. ROW 2 Barley
Morphew, Owens, Richards. ROW 3: Lineberry, Roach, Davis, Walker ROW 4
Tharp, Schacht, Pierce, Dockrey, Janney. ROW 5: Jones, Bragg, Fulk, Welcome
The Senior Boys' Cheerblock was
created in an effort to increase enthusiasm
at pep sessions and to aid and supplement
the girls' cheerblock in an organized
Their uniforms were white collarless
David Steele was president of the
group and the four cheerleaders were:
Dave Steele, Warren Leveque, Elmer An-
derson, and John Prough.
Miss Elwell was sponsor of the club.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Elwell, Coach, Virginia Pirtle, Sandra Krischak, Susan Hines, George Powless,
Dave Bailey, Ron Lynch, Nancy Baumgartner, Elmer Anderson, Tom Walker.
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This year marked the beginning of a new club
at Alexandria, with the inauguration of debate and
forensics. The debate team joined the Indiana High
School Forensic Association and participated in
several state -wide meets including ones held at
Howe Military Academy, New Castle, Purdue Uni-
versity, Indiana State Teachers College, Ball State
Teachers College, Peru, and Kokomo.
The varsity debate team was composed of four
seniors--David Bailey, Ron Lynch, Nancy Baum-
gartner, and Tom Walker.
B-Team members were Elmer Anderson, Susan
l-lines, Karin Schroth, and George Powless. Sandra
Krischak and Virginia Pirtle served as alternates.
Under the able coaching of Miss Ruth Elwell,
the debate team enjoyed a successful year.
ROW 1, L. to R.: N. Baumgartner, Weaver, Waymire, Anderson, Ray, Wilson, Walker, Gooding,
Pirtle, Pittenger, Jackson, Beard. ROW 2: Miss French, Miss Elwell, Nash, Sayre, Payton, Huddleston,
Welcome, Stone, Millspaugh, Tharp, Mamey, Carver, Disque, D. Baumgartner. ROW 3: Harrison,
Janney, Jones, Burden, Cassell, Fox, Workman, Willis, S. Jackson, Magee, Love.
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The Katie C. Slone Chapter of Future Teachers
of America was founded for the purpose of helping
students gain a better knowledge of the teaching
The club held its initiation for new members
and installation of officers in the Fall. During sec-
ond semester, the group participated in the observa-
tion program at the Elementary School.
Practical experience was gained by helping
teachers and taking over classes when needed.
Officers this year were: Ella Jane Millspaugh,
Presidentg Marcia Tharp, Vice President, Pam
Stone, Secretaryg Dave Welcome, Treasurerg and
Emilie Matney, Historian-Librarian.
Miss French and Miss Elwell were group sponsors
LEFT TO RIGHT: Etsler, Bailey, Owens, Pierce, Huddleston, Rodney. ROW 4:
Thurston, Ray, Fox, Prough, B. Pierce. ROW 5: Mr. Shock, Lineberry, Gordon,
Mack, Johnson, Montgomery, Myers, Welcome. ROW 6: Hahn, Roach, Wright, Pay-
ton, Nash, Frye, Shepard, Steele, Weaver, Brady, LeVeque. ROW 7: Gamer, Telfer,
Woelfert, Disque, Blake, Janney, Woosnam, Matthew, Leach. ROW 8: Wells, Bur-
den, Goen, D. Myers, B. Janney, Wilson, Harrison, Hines, Anderson, Lynch. ROW 9:
King, Powless, R. Prough, Jones, Abernathy, D. Steele, Fulk.
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The Hi -Y Club, under the leadership of its of- P-5
ficers, has a busy and successful year, Several pro- C' n
jects were undertaken as the Hi -Y began the year
by putting up and taking down the football
bleachers. Their next big project was a Clean
Speech Campaign. Caroling at Christmas with the
Y-Teens and providing a basket for a needy family
were highlights during the winter months.
Officers of the club included: Dave Welcome,
President, Steve Fulk, Vice President, Bill Disque,
Secretary, Bob Ianney, Treasurer, and Bill Blake,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Shock was sponsor,
"To build a fellowship of women and girls
devoted to the task of realizing in our common
life, those ideals of personal and social living to
which we are committed by our faith as Christians"
is the purpose of the Y-Teens.
This year the Y-Teens chose as their projects:
collecting money for polio and heart funds, collect
ing food for a deserving family at Christmas, being
in charge of the coat check room at home basket-
ball games, and decorating the high school
Christmas tree. Many officers and members at-
tended a Spring Conference. Several parties were
held during the year, one of which was a joint
caroling party with the Hi -Y at Christmas time.
Officers this year were: Helen Pittenger, Presi-
dentg Carole Taylor, Vice President, Deedie Baum-
gartner, Treasurerg Wanda Payton, Secretaryg and
Council Members, Nancy Baumgartner, Chairman,
Gay Willis, Georgianne Urban, Nancy Partington,
and Dianne Moore.
ROW 1, L. to R.: Dockrey, Deaton, Schacht, Greer, Hartwell, Mack, Atchison, Hollis, Stansberry, F. Stelter.
ROW 2: Ohler, Wood, Collier, Gross, Vollenhals, Krischak, Flook, I-light, Fuller, Gregory, Millspaugh, Etchison
Rogers. ROW 3: Meador, Pirtle, Stelter, Brenner, Leach, Kantner, Jackson, Pittenger, Nash, Overby, Manring,
Gooding, Taylor, Wells, Disque, Cox, Binder, Jarman, J. Flook, Chatterson. ROW 4: Mrs. Millican, Canaday,
Clarkson, Leach, Etchison, Miller, Love, Mohler, Johnson, Nacoff, Cassell, Stone, Hysong, P. Dockrey,Mohler,
Thias, Workman, Davis.
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The Future Homemakers of America strive to
-e.-r equip those girls, primarily interested in home-
making, for the future, and to help promote inter-
The main goal is to be an honor chapter, and to
do this, the club must meet certain requirements.
Each requirement is a project in itself.
The club acted as hostess for Career Day and
sponsored a bake sale to boost the treasury.
F.H.A. Week was held for the girls and their
parents in April to promote togetherness.
Officers of the club this year were: Rosetta
Gooding, Presidentg Carole Taylor, Vice Presidentg
Sharon Wells, Secretary, and Sue Ellen Disque,
Treasurer. Mrs. Millican sponsored the group.
ROW 1, Left to Right: Dockrey, Gooding, Montgomery, Meyer, Richards, Thurston. ROW 2: Edgell,
Smith, M. Gooding, Etsler, Paddock, Cox, Chaplain, Mr. Disque. ROW 3: Spell, Stansberry, Bryan,
Owens, R. Richards, Williams, J. Chaplin, Wood. ROW 4: Stubbs, Wells, Hanlin, Pierce, Roach,
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Future Farmers of America is a National or-
ganization of farm boys enrolled in vocational j ,-,
The local organization sponsors land, crop,
poultry, dairy, and livestock judging teams. Many
honors were won by the group this year in judging
Scholarship, citizenship, and improved project
work is also stressed by the club.
Local officers this year were:
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Vice President . . . . . John Dockrey
Secretary ..... ..... T im Meyer
Treasurer . . . . .Darrell Gooding
Sentinel . . ....... Terry Montgomery
Reporter . . ........... Phil Thurston
Mr. Disque was club sponsor.
These students are selected by the
faculty for leadership, character,
scholarship, and service for member-
ship in the National Honor Society.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Baumgartner,
Ella Jane Millspaugh, John Prough,
Anita Muller, and Helen Pittenger.
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ROW l, L. to R.: Schacht, Ice, Latchaw, Rodney, Flook, Berry, Ray. ROW 2: Mr. Burdsall, Mrs. Oberholtzer,
Pittenger, Owens, Millspaugh, King, S. Latchaw, Gall, Blake, Prough, Mrs. Laws, Mr. Wehsollek.
The Student -Teacher Co -op is an organization in which students may participate in the school adminis-
tration. Any student may make suggestions through his class representatives or the suggestion box. The group
sponsored the orientation program for the freshman class and also installed a pay telephone booth.
The class representatives attended a Student Council Conference early in November at which they formed
the Eastern Central Indiana Regional Student Council Association.
Officers were: Steve King, Chairman, Sandy Latchaw, Vice Chairman, Sylvia Gall, Secretary, Jane Mills
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The band was an outstanding example of versatility. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Bowers,
They performed at several concerts during the school year and participated in Crescendo Varrties
They also won honors in state band contests This year in addition to the many hours of practice they
took on an additional chore of earning money for new uniforms
Seniors receiving jackets and sweaters for four
years in band were: Virginia Pirtle, Linda Jack-
son, Sharon Hayes, Karen Beard, Dave Bailey,
Jerry Hines, Dave Steele, Steve Fulk, Dave Wel-
come, Ron Lynch, and Warren LeVeque.
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And it's a lovely song if it's sung by the high school choir. This group of talented students brings
enjoyment to the whole community as well as the student body. They participate in the annual Pop
Concert, Crescendo Varities, and various school and civic programs. Their very successful director is
Mr. Crosley interprets a passage for his accompa-
nist, Darlene Closser.
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The librarians, under Mrs. Loy,
help students become familiar with
searching for needed materials and
how to use the library to their best
LEFT TO RIGHT: Emily White,
Frances Meador, Deedie Baumgartner,
Norma Adams, Mary Breeze, Pam
Hover, Mrs. Loy. STANDING: Jean
Van Horn, Helen Pittenger, Mary Jo
Workman, Cathy Hysong, Judy Hysong
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Four new members have been added to
the regular two rows of twirlers to make a
sixteen piece twirling corps, known as the
PACERS. The corps performs at home bas-
Left to Right: ROW 1: Karen Beard,
Judy Hoppes, Sue Hines, Judy Vollenhals,
Anita Ray, Karen Cunningham. ROW 2:
Arlene Allen, Emilie Matney, Jonetta
Cleaver, Mary Ann Hooker, Pam Cox,
Karen Kell NOT SHOWN Susie Thias
Faith Mohler, Sheri Robbins, Diana '
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ROW 1, Left to Right: Canaday, Urban, Vaught, Hollis, Love,Barrett, Carroll, Schleeter, Leach, Overby,
Fuqua, Millspaugh, Haas, LeVeque. ROW 2: Cleaver, Mason, Knapp, Flook, I-light, Paddock, Leach, Lawson,
Fraundorfer, Carver, Krischak, Mohler, Dodd, Loveless. ROW 3: Latchaw, Roach, Miller, Warner, Davis, Lib
ler, Cooper, Jackson, Hooker, Henderson, Pittenger, Willis, Lynch, Miss McCammon, Workman, Antle, Foust,
Pirtle, Vollenhals, Maddox, Lynch, Rhorer, Sigler. ROW 4: Cleaver, Hanlin, Spell, Knapp, Ray, Fox,
Schacht, Olsen, Oliver, Burden, King, Summers, Brady, Chatterson, Wells, Welcome, Mohler, Odom, Matney,
Stone, Thias, Clarkson.
"lt is our task to better the things that we be-
This is what the Junior Red Cross has tried to do
in the past by sharing, learning, caring, and serving.
The J. R. C. has tried to make our school a better
place by carrying out many projects to support their
This year's activities included: a candlelight
initiation service, cleaning the blacktop, holding a
tea for teachers, sponsoring a sock hop, and a
Leading the club this year was President Ron
Lynch. Other officers were: Gay Willis, Vice
President, Beth Azimow, Secretary, and Nancy
Henderson, Treasurer. Miss McCammon was spon-
sor of the group.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Janney, Dave Steele, Jane Ellen Doster, John Prough, Warren LeVeque. ROW 2: Joe
Mack, Pat Brady, Sylvia Gall, Sandra Krischak, Ed Mattew, Ed Janney, George Powless. ROW 3: Larry Lam-
bertson, Mr. Shock, Dan Steele, Phil Hahn, Tim Meyer, Terry Wright, Richard Woosnam, Bill Disque.
Mu Alpha Theta is a national honorary mathe-
matics fraternity for high school and junior college
students. To be selected for membership in this
honorary organization, a student must obtain high
scholastic standing in the field of mathematics and
a "B" average in other solid subjects. The student
must be of high moral character and a good citizen
in his or her school and community. Prerequisite 2
to membership is first year algebra, plane geometry, 431
and current enrollment in third year advanced math- - ' ll
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The purpose of Mu Alpha Theta is to stimulate r X
further interest in the field of mathematics. Y
Seventeen members were initiated into the X if
Alexandria chapter this year. Warren LeVeque was -'
president. - X
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ROW 1, Left to Right: Overby, Kerr, D. Jackson, N. Baumgartner, Flook, Jarman, Lowther, Haines, Beard.
ROW 2: Widener, Wood, Long, Heartbarger, Stone, Jones, Butler, Krischak, Magee. ROW 3: D. Baumgart-
ner, Musick, Peters, Krischak, Cleaver, Ferguson, McGinnis, Barrett, Reeves. ROW 4: Harris, Azimow, Hin-
ton, Owens, Disque, Urban, Cassell, Kantner, Johnson. ROW 5: Clarkson, Fuller, Davis, Libler, Gregory,
Canady, Tankersly, Bowyer, Hollis. ROW 6: Lundy, Haas, LeVeque, Fuqua, Ice, Maddox, Schacht, Hoppes,
N. Heartbarger. ROW 7: Steele, Knapp, Moody, Morlock, Porter, Wright, Mason, Lawson, McClead. ROWS:
Hannah, Golden, Jones, McC1ung, Fox.
Cheerblock met every Wednesday evening with
the cheerleaders to practice motions, yells, and to
take care of any order of business.
They traveled to the Sectional and decorated
the gym for the annual football and basketball ban-
A pot-luck supper was given in honor of the
basketball teams in February.
Cheerblock uniforms were white chemise blouses
with red ties and red gloves.
Officers for the year were: President, Doylene
Jackson: Vice President, Emilie Matneyg Secretary,
Nancy Baumgartnerg and Treasurer, Carolyn Baum-
gartner. Mr. Burdsall was sponsor for the group.
An integral part of any school is the
athletic program, and Alexandria High
School offers a variety of sports including
basketball, football, track, baseball, and
As a member of the Central Indiana
Conference, Alexandria plays keen com-
petition and matches that competition with
skill and good sportsmanship.
ROW 1, L. to R.: Latchaw, McFerran, Boston, Huddleston, Chaplin, Davis, Gipe, Lahee, Hahn, Mack. ROW 2:
P. Lineberry, Montgomery, Leach, Beeman, Goen, Foster, Payton, Prough, Telfer, Johnson, Stevens. ROW 3:
Coach Wehsollek, Broyles, Harrison, Wells, Welcome, Pierce, Woosnam, D. Lineberry, Woelfert, VanHorn,
Gustin, Dockrey, Assistant Coach Green.
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With only eight lettermen returning from last
year's squad, a great challenge faced Head Coach
Wehsollek and Assistant Coaches Green and Wilson.
Although the Tigers defeated only Highland and
tied Royerton, the outcome ofthe other games was al-
ways in doubt because of the Tigers' fighting spirit
and desire to win.
Senior tackle Dave Welcome was chosen to the
ALL CONFERENCE team at the annual C.I.C. Ban-
quet at the close of football season.
Seniors on the 1958 squad were: STEVE FULK,
MIKE GIPE, JOHN PROUGI-I, PHIL LINEBERRY . JOE
WELLS, DAVE WELCOME, BILL PIERCE, PAUL VAN
HORN, JOHN DOCKREY, TOM WILLIS, and TOM
Stevens crashes in for the "ki11."
An alert defender about to break
up pass play.
"Three yards and a cloud of dust."
ROW 1, Left to Right: Humphries, Myers, Hines, Plackard, Henderson, Moore, Reynolds, Gaunt, Gosnell,
Carroll, Ewing. ROW 2: Muey, Lockwood, Rhorer, Crume, Jolliff, Hughes, Barrentine, Bugby, Lewis, Lazen-
by, J. Lockwood. ROW 3: Mr. Wilson, Cartwright, Lewis, McCord, Lowe, Hahn, Engle, Slone, Nolan, Mr.
Junior High had a successful 1958 season. The
boys learned basic fundamentals that will equip them
to make the grade in the future years.
Highland 13 7
Mississinewa 21 6
Madison Heights 6 25
Tipton 6 30
Highland 13 20
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Linda Warner, Margaret Cartwright.,
Sharon Jackson, and Becky Mohler
led cheers for the Varsity football
and basketball teams. The girls
wore red corduroy skirts and jack-
The "B" Team Cheerleaders,
Vicki Hinton, Carolyn Krischak,
Mary Jo Magee, and Pam Stone
wore white corduroy skirts and
jackets with red trim. Red
gloves added color to their out-
ndra Reeves served as the "Tiger Mascot."
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ROW 1, Left to Right: Joe Wells, Steve Fulk, Paul Jones, Richard Prough, David Welcome, Tom Willis. ROW
2: John Matthew, Managerg Tom Hartwell, Ron Gamer, Bill Disque, Coach Burdsall, Richard Woosnam, Joe
Weaver, Gary Foster, Manager, Phil Lineberry.
We They The Alexandria Tigers, under the able coaching of
Hagerstown 52 42 "Shorty" Burdsall, compiled a season record of. twelve
Warsaw 1 58 43 wins and eight defeats.
Huntington 46 49 The Bengals, with six lettermen returning, had a
Noblesville 55 42 conference record of five wins and four defeats.
New Castle 38 44 The Tigers took possession of the silver horseshoe
Tipton 55 57 after defeating Rochester in an overtime, and by
Royerton COvertimej 44 46 winning over Peru, kept possession of it. Until the
HIGHLAND TOURNEY Tigers are defeated in conference play, the horseshoe
Highland 57 41 will remain property of Alexandria High School.
Madison Heights 61 71 Seniors on this year's team were: TOM HART-
Pendleton 59 49 WELL, TOM WILLIS, JOE WELLS, STEVE FULK, PAUL
Muncie Burris 51 54 JONES, DAVE WELCOME,
Summitville 60 58
Mississinewa 53 76
Hartford City 67 51
Elwood 47 51
Frankton 62 55
Wabash QOvertimeJ 44 42
Middletown 75 54
Rochester fOvertimeJ 52 49
Peru i 59 43
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ROW 1, Left to Right: Joe Mack, Terry Montgomery, Landon Smith, Tom Binder, Phil Thurston. ROW 2:
Coach Burdsall, Steve Simison, Managerg Danny Johnson, Ray Gustin, Fred DeVine, Tom Leach, Bob Stevens,
Louis Harrison, Manager.
Coach "Shorty" Burdsall's B-Team compiled a
season's record of twelve wins and six losses.
After defeating Tipton in the first game of the
Elwood Tourney, they lost to Elwood in the final
game at night.
In conference play, the Reserves won five and lost
Next year's Varsity, which will be composed of
many of this year's Reserves, should be a very strong
B -TEAM SCHEDULE
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Fulk, 40, and Prough, 34, fight for a
rebound as Garner, 53, looks on.
Wells, 43, gets the ball ahead of Garner, 53.
Willis, 33, dribbles around Madison Heights
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ROW 1, Left to Right: Roger Wamer, Eddie Foster, Jim Rodney, Gary Paddock, Manager, Stephen Lynch.
ROW 2: Mascot, Brent Green, Frank Wood, Ron Richards, Larry Ryan, Larry Beeman, Jeff Latchaw. ROW 3:
Coach John Green, Shirl Phipps, Mike Oliver, Charles Gustin, Don Hanlin, Sam Jones, Bob Blake, Manager,
Anderson South S.
Freshmen cheerleaders--Jean Fraundorfer, Diann
McC1ead, Mary Ann Haas, and Mary l-Iocker--
wore green corduroy skirts and white corduroy
ROW 1, Left to Right: Bert Shields, Jerry Humphries, Danny Edwards, Charles Cartwright, Chuck Steele, Terry
Muey, Lee Jolliff, Stephen Hueston, Manager, Eric Schmidt. ROW 2: Manager, Larry Harrison, James Bowyer
Jay Humphries, Eddie Gosnell, Mike Mason, Dennis Plackard, Don Hughes, Don Reynolds, Steve Hines, Tim
McCord, Jeff Lockwood, Coach John Wilson.
Junior High cheerleaders--Darlene Golden, Nina
Heartbarger, Dianna Wood, and Nancy Walker--
wore red corduroy skirts and white sweaters.
JUNIOR HIGH SCHEDULE
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Cheerleaders' Club is open to
anyone from the ninth to twelfth
grades who wants to know more
about cheerleading. Varsity cheer-
leaders are sent by the club to
cheerleading camp during the
A sock hop after the Summit-
ville-Alex basketball game earned
money for the treasury.
Officers were: Margaret Cart-
wright, President, Sharon Jackson,
Vice President, Nancy Custer,
Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Howell
LEFT TO RIGHT: Magee, Heart-
barger, Golden, Wood, Walker,
Hinton. ROW 2: Stone, Haas,
McClead, Hocker, Krischak.
ROW 3: Custer, Fuqua, Cart-
wright, Mohler, Jackson, War-
ner, Fraundorfer, Disbennett.
ROW 4: Urban, LeVeque, Ice,
Mrs. Howell, Carroll.
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The Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion is for girls in the ninth
through twelfth grades.
They met during noon hour
every Friday and played volley-
ball, ring tennis, and basketball
Officers were: Jenny Pirtle,
President, Peggy Cassell, Vice
President, Gay Willis, Secre-
tary, Pat Dockrey, Treasurer.
Mrs. Howell was sponsor.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Overby,
Etchison, Lahee, Hight, Dis-
que, Flook, Urban. ROW 2:
Love, Metcalf, Bryant, Bow-
yer, Raines, Wilson, Gooding,
Mrs. Howell, Willis, Cassell,
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These boys are the noon-league basketball champs. RIGHT
TO LEF T: Larry Richards,with ball, Art Cummings, Darrell
Gooding, Bill Wilson, Phil Lineberry, Steve Roach.
Richard Prough and Tom Binder, surrounded by
other chess fans, are deeply envolved in a noon-
Don Lynch and Wayne Collins are enjoying a game
of ping pong during the lunch hour.
Another school year has drawn to a close. The resounding voices
the clatter of feet, and the ener l
g a noisiness of Young Alexandria are
still until next term.
Our year was a busy, well rounded one, full of learning, activities
and fellowship. We are grateful for the kind of education we re-
ceived at Alexandria High School. The curriculum, the interest of
the f 1 ' '
acu ty in our problems, and the extra curricular activities ave
us advantages that will benefit us all through our lives.
As each graduating class says good-bye to Alexandria High
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And each Fall business c
ontinues as usual when "Young Alexandria
Goes to School."
Deedle Baumgarmer and John Prough are giving a boost when it is really
needed This 15 what our Boosters did for the Spectrum. THANK YOU!
G. A. Moore, D. C.
Little Dutch Cleaners
Bob Miller's Sinclair
Anthony Fisher, D. D. S.
Dan Rohn, D.D. S.
Scott S. Trimble, D.D.S.
General Engineering Corp.
George Morgan, Real Estate
Harry N, McClelland, M.D
Self Service Laundry
McNees Appliance, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Copher
Earl Harrison, Real Estate
Donald P. Jones, Attorney
Everett Gaunt, M.D.
Chesley Thomas, Insurance Agency
Leewin Floral Co.
Auto License Branch
May Brothers Plumbing
Fisher Gravel Co.
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Dave Bailey, Dianne Moore, and Todd Davis have been on a shopping spree in the wonderful Alexandria stores. They
found a wide selection of famous name-brand goods by pleasant, co-operative merchants.
FERMEN'S DRESS SHOP
KARL M. KYLE
Oxygen Equipped Ambulance
4-4411 412 N. Harrison
BEATSON MOTOR C0.
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
INDIANA 8. MICHIGAN
BAlLEY'S DRUG STORE
FLEENORS AUTO PARTS
MULLEN'S SHOE STORE
ECONOMY SERVICE STATION
211 S. 'Harrison Alexandria
STARR REFR lGERATION
504 Lincoln Ave. 4-2600
WESTERN AUTO STORE
Bicycles Auto Accessories Radios
222 N. Harrison-4-2702
EARL D. RHODES JEWELRY
Billfolds Fine China
F. RAY HULL AND SON, INC. Compliments
Sales and Sewice ALEXANDRIA LUMBER COMPANY
St. Rd. 28 4-3167
North Harrison Street
Where price tells and price sells
CARVER5 DNRY BAR ALEXANDRIA PuRE MILK
206 W. Washington distributor of
M393 Quality checked dairy
BERG'S FLOWER SHOP
Wedding 8: Reception Service
"We Have Everything to Serve Yo
929 W. W
"World's Largest Roller Rink Pipe Organ"
ALLEN'S SHOE STORE
206 N. Harrison
THE BBIGHTEST NAME IN LIGHTS
The Home of the Automatic Headlight Control
T-3 SAFETY AIM HEADLAIIIPS
GUIDE LAMP DIVISION
GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
ALEXANDRIA BANKING CO.
Bank of Friendly Service
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
HARDWARE 8. ELECTRIC
,Iunction 9 81 28
116 W. Church
THE DAILY NEWS
120 W. Washington St.
GUY C. LEWIS
Home of Furnishings
DAVIS 8- STRICLER
122 N. Harrison
.lEwEL'S BEAUTY SHOP
Fancy Hair Styles
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54-104 to 51.00 STORE
GIL MILLER'S SINCLAIR
Distribution for Mohawk Tires
A Step in the Right Direction
Is a Step Toward
Johnson Seashore Motors
LEATHERS' BOAT HGUSE
Home of Furniture You Can Live With
Let Us Help You Start Your Home 1823 North A. St.
111-115 W. Washington FE 2-5162
CHARLES H. STARR
AG 212 N. Canal
Insurance of all Kinds
Your Clothes Are
9027 of Your Appearance
For Prompt Service
distinctive men's wear
108 S. 'Harrison
124 S. Harrison
THE HALL AGENCY
Richard R. Hall
ROBINSON TlGER K BRAND
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INC. Everything Best in Paint S Varnish
ALEXANDRIA PAINT and SUPPLY CO
416 E. Washington St.
NATIONAL GYPSUM CO.
Gold Bond Insulation Products
COMMERCIAL BANK AND TRUST co
A Home of Savings
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THE CARPET HOUSE
Carpet Blinds Compliments
112 W. Church 4-2567
1 16 N. Harrison
ROBERT E. BROBST
to Supply and Finishings
107-111 N. Canal St.
Ph. 4-3740 Alexandria, Ind.
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W. H. MAY HARDWARE
SUMMERS T. V. SALES
115 W. Garfield
"Your Philco Dealer"
Serving All Makes and Models
Lyle and Iack
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V117 f Alexandria Ind,
123 W. Washington
RECORD REXALL DRUGS
Al . . HlATT'S POULTRY MARKET
4-2122 Harrison K John Alexandria Indiana
AZIMOW AND CULBERTSON
206 S. Curve 4-3447
LOVELESS LUMBER CO.
812 W. Adams
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518 N. Harrison 4-7346 TOP HAT DRIVE-IN
St. Road 28 West
St. Rd. 9 North
HINTON 8. KILGORE
St. Hd. '9 North
DAVID STEELE . . .
112 West Monroe
Potted Plants Corsages
407 N. Harrison
GERTRUDE'S BEAUTY SHOP
"For Fine Beauty Care"
Soft Water Shampoos
110 W. Church 4-3331
CENTRAL INDIANA GAS CO.
HUESTON DRY GOODS
H 8- H SANDWICH SHOP
207 N. Harrison St.
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From tapering mouth to towering dorsal fin, the experimental Firebird ll is imagin
bristling with new ideas from many General Motors divisions.
The vital "heart"-the electrical system-of this new concept in transportation for the future was designed and built by
Delco-Remy engineers. From the compact, transistorized voltage regulator to the 110-volt auxiliary a.c. generator-
h t erate home power systems in emergencies or run appliances on camping trips-Delco-Remy's contributions to
powerful enoug o op ,
Firebird lll engineering point out the shape of things to come in the automotive -electrical equipment industry.
ments in the field of automotive electrical systems
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is ax permanent task here. Rather than wait for the future, we like to step forward and meet it.
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