Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 192 of the 1939 volume:
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TI-IE SCHOOL BOARD
These members of the school board should be classed with our best friends. It
is they who are responsible for our vacations and holidays. Members of this body
are suggested by the mayor and confirmed by the city council for a three year term.
These people are chosen because they are honest and reliable, and have sworn their
capability in many civic activities. This body cooperates with Mr. Campbell and
Mr. Stoler to see that our school runs smoothly.
It is the duty of this board to decide when we need new schools, It arranges the
financial part of it and confirms the selling of bonds, loolcs after the repairing of
old schools, and is reponsible for the hiring of teachers and confirmation of sup-
Each year this board is allotted a certain amount of money, derived from taxes,
with which it must talce care of the needs of all the city schools.
The present members of the school board are Nlr. Elmer H. Downey, Mr. Jacob
C. Kuch, Mr. Frederick L. Ray, Mr. Robert M. Critchfield, and Miss Juliet Critten-
lverger. As president, Mr. Critchfield is now heading the group, and Mr. Ray is
keeping the records as secretary. The financial burden falls on Mr. Downey, who
is the treasurer. .
Continuing his fine worlc after six years of capable
help. Mr. Arthur Campbell, Superintendent of the An,
derson School System has won the friendship and lov-
alty of all the student Body, as well as the faculty. Go-
ing unconcernedly about his way, always willing to aid
in any difficulty, he has proven himself indispensable
in times of need. It is certain that the whole schoo'
hopes that he will always remain here, a stabilizing in-
fluence in our midst.
During the five years that Mr. Fred W. Stoler has
been principal of Anderson High School, we have COI116
to know him as a friendly and understanding person.
He has won a place of genuine respect and admiration
in the hearts of all the teachers and students in the
school. Because of Mr. Stoler's efficient direction of
the many improvements in educational methods, our
school has been raised to a high standard.
Mr. Porter, the new vice principal, came to us from
Franklin, Indiana. I-le taught history there four years
and was principal nine years. Because of the congen-
iality of the Anderson High students and of previous
acquaintances with faculty members, Mr. Porter has
had no trouble in becoming situated. He received his
Bachelor of Arts degree at Franklin College and Mas-
ters Degree at Indiana, which makes him a pretty fine
history teacher on the side.
Mr. C. D. Rotruck, the imposing gentleman located in the old X-ray room is none
other than the Dean of Boys of Anderson High School. There is no doubt that
ill boys have had, or will have before their high school career is finished, some
dealings with lxim, good or bad. Some of the more timid students tremble at the
very sight of him. However, most of us would be glad to award Mr. Rotruclc 2
medal for presiding over his domain so tactfully.
There are probably very few students in Anderson High School who are not ac'
quainted wiih Miss Arbogast. She is truly a friend in need to every girl, supply-
ing everything from a needle and thread to a bed with blankets. With her assiss-
ants, she keeps check on approximately 1226 girls. If ever a medal were given
for generosity, patience. and good fellowship, Miss Arbogast would receive it by a
majority vote from all who know her.
Standing: Miss Miller, Miss Kendall- Miss Day- Nliss Thurston
Seated: Mrs. Crutchfield. Mr. McClure fheadl, lN4iss Hoskins.
Seated: Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Graluame, Nliss Critchley. Mrs. Vermillion.
Standing: Miss lsinclstrom. Mr. Boyd, Nlrs. I-luglues. Nlr. Baker.
Standing: Mr. Coffin, Mr. Rotruck, Miss Lindstfom, Mr, Springer Miss Adam
Mr. Bailey- Mr. Denny.
Seated: Mr. Shirey, Mr. Fieenor, Mr. Davis.
Nlrs. Goss, Mr. Porter, Mr. Goss
fheadj, Mr. Amick, Mr. Chadcl
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Standing: Mrs. Wfizitson, Mr. McClintock, Mrs. Strickler.
Qfeitcdz Niiss Nagle fheaclj, Mrs. Henry.
Standing: Mr. Hosier, Mr. Lyons, Mr, Miller. Mr. Brinson fheadj, Mr. Todd
Seated: Mrs. Repetto, Mr. Weaver, Miss Bowen.
Miss Carson, Mrs. Leachman fheadj, Mrs. Brock, Mrs. Garriott.
Standing: Miss Arbogast, Mr. Lyons. Mr. Shields. Miss Carlson.
Seated: Nliss Hupp. Mr. Bowen. Miss Brown fheadj.
Standing: Mrs. Grahme, Mr. Shinn. Mr. Sanders, Mr. Dischinger- Nliss Campbell
Seated: 1VIr.Chadd fheadl.
Miss Hill. Mr. Rencenberger.
Miss Hirsh, Miss Balyeat fhead,
Miss Vermillion, Mrs. Buxton, Mrs. Swinford.
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Another class has passed through the
era of high school life. After four years
their enthusiasm is still undaunted. The
class emerged with flying colors, red and
gray, and will go down in the minds of
many upperclassmen as a group that
stuck together and stood up for its con-
The class officers were chosen with an
expert eye to capability and efficiency.
The class of '39 has been ably led in all g
activities b President Richard Brown'
Vice-President Martha Dowmang Secretary Eleanor McDonald, and Treasurer Ben
As underclassmen the thirty-niners led rather :1 colorless existence up until last
year when they ublossomedu forth by presenting the first dance to be held in the
auditorium. Later that year the Junior Prom was sponsored which was also held
in the auditorium.
The class play, "Death Takes A I-Iolidayf' was presented to large audiences and
well received. Many spectators advanced the opinion that the play was the best in
' ' ' ' sl
The COIHI'I1eI1CelT1eI'1t Spe3lieI'S left after 3. process of el1U11f11t1011 Xvefe Janet Ebb-,
Mary Frances Stewart, Bob Shoemaker and Billie Schuyler,
T0 MISS Hupp and Mr. Sanders, who have spent long hours directing the activi-
fIeS of the Cl21SS, heart-felt tl12l11kS are offered.
Girl H P
Ps:-rvvs l. L. Jig Glu- Club I
23 Art Iilub 1.
AMUNS. lil-ixslfru , . , "liPn11vy"
Hi-Y 1, 25 Manzuxe-r 1. 2.
.Xl.l,liN. CHAIXLES . . , "Cor'l:11'
SK-'lllllt' lg Girls' .Xllils-tic Associ-
tiuu lg Girl livwlwlw l. 2, 4:
Glu' lllubg "All Al Sm". Choral
Club -lg State- 'l'm-znrlu-rs' Kimiveii-
lion 19383 liuuslm-r lllub 4.
Girl Ilvservvs 3.
AN'rimYx'. ii.-k'l'lIl.l-Il-ZN . . . Hliny'
Glu- Club L. lg Girl Hr-Servos 1.
Gir vse-rw-s l. Zlg Sviiate lg AR'l'lll'R. .ll'l.u ANN , , , "Julie"
Sludeut Council Asse-lillmly ll. -lg Girl Resvrvl-s 1. 25 Se-imtv 2g
"Briar llosf-"3 Girls' llooslrr' French Club 35 Girls' Booster
Club: Sluclf-111 Council lloxivvli- Club 2. ll, 43 Honorary Sm-iz-ty 3,
tion Ii. 43 X-Ray Stuff 3.
EANNE HIIS EHWIIETMA Q We
0 9 O
Asuav. NI,u2ua I. ...... Hljflllillu linles, Ciuiuias 0nvi1.r,iz "lfulvsy"
Give Club 2g Girl Hz-sm-rve-s l. Hamlin Club 1. 2, Sl.
lSAuuI.lzv. NANIZY .,..,. "Nun" IgA-I-HAUQH, QQHRNMU, , , "1m11ig"
Senatr- 2. 35 liuosif-rs 2. Sl. ,lg '13-H,-k 2-
Girl Re-sz-rves lg Latin Ilg llrauuuv
lics 45 llnuorzxry Sm-im-ly Il. -1.
l3AL1Ncs.v 1, Yvaxxx'-' . , . ".lvrr'vir1"
Svuate- l. 2: Ilnmz- lirimu :mic ill.
lhnxias. Glaxla . . . "li1u'1irxvy"
BARNES. NIAR.i0lula ,.,. ",lIurgc"
Girl Res:-rves l. 2g Biblv Club 2g
Girls' Athlviic Association 2,
Girls' Glu- Club lg
an Holiday" -1.
Girl RPSi'l'X'l'h 1. 2,
4: S1-ualv 2, ll, 4.
BEACH . TH ELNIA
. . "l?ingu"
Ll. 4. Sr'vrela1'y
BENltt1XV.NiAl1K . . . . . "Ifcnny"
lli-Y Il, 1: 'l'rt-asura-r of .1unio"
Class .ig t,onsc-rvatlon Club .l. -1,
Bnxnow. NIARY IQATIIRYN
Girls' Atlilctic Association 2.
iViIiNllliR..iIllIN . ....., "limi"
Football l, 2: Track lg Prom
lliaxzlsxoowislt. VIRGINIA ANNE . .
'iGl'lllll'-. Girl liz-svl'v4-s 1, 2. Zi. -1.
HIIIIDLIC. iflllili ..... , . ,"'l'iger"
lionorary Soriz-ty fl. -1.
l'4I,,xkiaMom-:. C.xmula .... . "IL BI'
U-1-ln-stra l. 2. Il: l.atin Club 35
Girl llcsrlwcs 1, 2, 3. -1.
BI.AssAHAs. CHIST ..... "Cr1JSlic"
Honorary Socicty Il, tg Student
Council Jig Ex:-cutivc Council '13
Vic:--Prcsids-nt ot' lixccutiw- Coun-
1-il lg Pri-side-nt ot' Latin Club -1:
Gift i:UIllllliiit't' 1: Chairman ol'
X nl Xtllxltlcs 1
Bonues, XVILLIAM . . . "Hill"
1 Qucvn Conunittr-c Il.
i BIsNi4:lf1LI,.llu1HAnn . . "Dirk"
i ..ociz . ' ' " "Q F.
, Honorary Socir-ty Il. 13 Girl RP-
servvs 1, 2, 3, tg Spanish Club 2.
WHICH EHUWE YUlU'!LlL .FUEUEEE
BONILCIE. Ill. 1. .g. "i9r'r20liU ISR!-1ia41K. lionmrr ll-xrli . . "I1'oi1"
Boys' ev C u A . 3 3 If-na P I. - : f.L'it'llCl' Club 1.
Scif-nccillatli 4: Stamp Club 25
X-Ray Staff 3. .ig Southland Dap-
2g Land o' Cotton 33 Slay NIIISIC1
Festival 2g PI'0L.Zl'1lIll Chairman o'
Stamp Club 25 Athlctic Carnival
25 Prcss Conventions Il, 1. llmxorsla, tlLn'1.x . . , .,.. 'tl.vr"
liiblc Club 1. 2. 3, lg Pr:-z-idf'n'
0" liihlc Club -lg Xvil't'-pI't'Siill'ili
fig Urchcslra 1. 25 G. A. A. l, 2,
BONIll'RAN'l', liosmmkx' . ."Hun1Iy"
Connnc-rcial Uourscg Sn-natc 1.
llnoAnxAx.ll1'4.lls'rigN . "li1'rmr1y"
W Bosu, PAH,
1 Choral Club 3. tg 47111 Contincn-
W tal Congrcss National Society of
D, A. R.. xY1lSllill5li0Il. ll, C. 11138, llmuzhxmx, .losiaruixi-1 . . . "Jo"
33 All At Sn-a fig lioys' Cleo Club
Minstrcls Zig XYLNV Hrozirlcast 3:
W Stair' 'I'eaclu-rs' Conv:-ntion 11138.
Baowx, l41a'r'rY .IRAN ,,,, miie!"
BRAMm,E'rT. HARIlI,ll .,... "Ilan"
Junior Safcty Police Zlg Track 1.
2, 3g Usher 4.
BRANCH, Giaonuilaxx . , . 'Alior11y"
Senate 45 Scif-nce-Matlm 43 Girl
Choral Club 2. Il, 4g Music lidu-
cators' National Conlrrcncf- Vocal
Aurlitions, Xlinnm-apolis 19117. 25
47111 Continental Congress Nat-
ional Socicty ot' ll. A. Il. NVasl1-
ington, ll. C. 121218, 153 All .Xt Sen
33 XYl.XX'-NVMAQ-XVl.Sg Girl Pu--
servcs 1. 23 liriur Host- 2g State-
'l'eacl1e'rs' Association 19218. 43
Gle-c Club 2g Dccoration Connnit-
tee of Junior Dance il.
BRONVN, GLIZNIJORA . . . Hliroumiei'
.Xcadcinic Courscg Glee Club -1.
BROWN. Nomm ...., "Brownie"
filer- Club 2: Choral Club 2, fi, -tl
liriai' Rose 2g All At Sea 33 Music
liducation Conference Minneapo-
lis 19373 Dann Clinic linseniblc
ciation 1936, lfi38g liall State Con-
vocation. -lTtl1 Contincntal Con-
an-ss XYasliington. D. C., 19385
Auditions, Statc 'l'1-aclicrs' Asso-
NYLXY Cincinnati 1937-38, XYIN.
WNIAQ, 19371 XYJZQ Girl ltr--
scrvcsg Senior Class Play 4.
HHONYN.l'1ICllAltl!BlAltION , t'Dick"
Class Prcsidcnt 2, Il. 4g l'i'csidcnt
ot' Executive Council 3, -lg Yicc-
Prcsimlcst ot' Statc Association oi'
Stud:-nt Councils Ilg Choral Club
2. Ii. 45 Varsity Football 3, -lg
llonorary Society IS, 4g Hi-Y 3.
ig Sports Editor ol' Annual Stat't'
Zig Minstrel 35 Boys' Clcc Club
2' l:l't'SllII1IlIl Basketballg Scnatc
Zig Rifle Club Zig 47th Contin-
I4, tg DeMolay 3. 'tg Opcretta 2.
cntal Congrcss D. A. lt.. XYasli-
ington, D, C.g Music limlucators'
National Conference Vocal Audi-
tions, Minncapolis 1937.
ISHOYLES, BIETTY ..... . "Bct"
liL'R'r, XVALTIQR , ...... "ll'uI1"
Latin Club 2, Zig Scicnce-Math
Club 3, 45 Boys' Glcc Club ,tg
CAI.oo. llrm NlARIli , .
C.u.r.ow.n'. XX'i1.i.iui , . "I'n.wy"
CAMMHQLL, l'nIL ....
Glcg Club 23 Southland Daze tg
Land o' Cotton fig Music Festival
CAM l'liliI.L. lloLL1x
CANNING, .lliANNlC SlIlRl.lCli . . . .. .
"PeucIzcsl'. Scnatc 1g l,l'liH1QltlCS
Club 2, 33 Student Council 2.
gums- Ln-yi Yana 7fE. lLllM9ET -
CAm.1sI.1a, Romani- .... "Curly"
Choral Club 3. 4g 47th Continenv
tal Congress, National Society ol'
the D. A. Ii., XYasliington, D. C.,
1938g Briar Rose 2g Glcc Club 25
llroamlcast NYIAV-NY.lZg Southland
CARI-icN'riaR. lll-Lmzilu. 1.151-1 .,...
"Cilr1111". .lunior l'olicc Zig tilcc
CARR, .Maries ....... "Jimmy"
Choral Club 3, 45 47th Contincn-
tal Congrcss, National Society of
ll. A. Il., YVashington, D. C. 1EIIi8g
NVLXV-NBCg All At Sca 3g Min-
strel 2g Glcc Club 2g Track 1,
2, 3, 4g Biblc Club 1, 2: Senate
4: Science Math -tg llI'1iIH2lliCS
CASAnY. Hicin-1f:cA , .... "Bef-Icy"
Academic Courscg Senate 3, 4g
Art Association 2. 3g Girl Re-
serves 1. 2, 3.
CASE, MARY . , "Casey"
CAYLUH, BIARTHA ..... "Mart
Girl ltcservcs 1, 2: Scnatc 2, li, 4,
Girls' Glen Club 2, 3: Opcrctta
2. 35 French Club 4.
CH.u1m5r.L. lIAHmi-Jr BIARIIQ
Cunnsns, .Inms .... A'CIzilli"
Football Iig Academic Coursc.
COA'rs, BILL, , . .... . ':AI'l'lliU'y
Acadcmic Courscg Goll feain 1.
2, 43 Art Association.
DAVIS VVI LLIABI EDGAR
I 6 j
COLLINGS. CLAY-:oN . . "Claw
Coi.r.ixs, DONALD ...... "Don"
Senate 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 8,
President 45 Science-Math 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 3, President 45
Rifle Club 3, Vice-President 35
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 "A"
Cor.LiNs, EVELYN . . . "Ebbu"
CoM:uoNs, BERTHA . . . . "Bert"
Girl Reserves 1, 2.
COOPER, CATHRYN .,.,, "Cary
Choral Club 3, 45 47th Continen-
tal Congress, National Society D.
A. R. 35 Teachers' Association 45
"All At Sea" 35 Girl Reserves 1, 25
Glee Club 15 G. A. A. 2.
Coovsn, Dono-ruv . . . "Dorn
Coarrma, DONNABHLLE . "Donnie"
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45
Know Your City Club 4.
COWLES,ROBliRT . . . "Bob"
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1,2,
Cox, ROSE51ARY ..... "Rosie"
Girls' Glee Club 25 Choral Club
3, 45 47th Continental Congress,
National Society D. A. R., Wash-
ington, D. C., 19385 Operetta 25
State 'l'f-acliers' Ass'n 45 XVLXV.
EAN MAKE ifieaw t'bManuH1"
Cnlsr, BIAXINE .... . "Mac" DANNEH, HERBERT . "Herb"
Student Council 3.
DARR,llIADONNA . . "Donnie"
Honorary Society 3, 45 Girls'
Booster Club 2, 3, 15 Senate 2.
45 Girl llescrves 1 5 Student
Council 35 Secretary 3 g News-
CRUTCI'iFIEl.ll,JAl5IES . . . "Jim"
Senate 25 Science-Math 3, 4.
CR0l,'41H,xvIltGINIA . , . . 'fAlwbie"
Honorary Society 3, 45 Miss
Arbop,'ast's Corra-sponding Secre-
Senate 3, 45 Boys, Glee Club 25
Minstrel 25 "Briar Rose" 2.
TH IRTY-'ON E
DAVIS ORA . . . . .
Basketball 1, 2, 3, .1,'1f'o-
Track 2, 3.
47th Continental Congress Nat-
ional Society of D. A. R., XVash-
ington, D. C., 19385 XVLW-XVJZ
Programs 35 XYashington Chapel
35 State Teachers' Association 45
Choral Club 3, 45 "Briar Rose"
25 Minstrel 25 Glee Club 25 An-
nual Staff 35 Senate 1, 2, 3, 4?
Dramatics Club 25 Art Associa-
tion 2, 35 Rifle Club 35 Treas. 3.
DAv1s, NVINIFRED JEAN . "Winnie"
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Senate 42.
35 Honorary Society 3, 45 Latin
DEAN. linvl N Ill!-Illltl-1l.I.
lJlall1uJl', ltuznmm , . . , . 'iDi4'1:"
Glu- Club Il. tg "All .Xt Sem."
ln-11-Quiz. I'.x'rIut:l.x .,..,. "Put"
Girl ll:-se-rvrs Il, -lg .Xczulmuic
lllilIUltl'l'Y. X'1uts1N1.x , . . "Gil1n11'
linnw Your City Club 'tg Art
lil-:L.u'. MAl'RI1:l4: ...., ",llorry"
Choral Club Zi. lg 47th Coutinvu-
tal Congrt-ss National Il, A, lt.
Society, NXv1lSlIlllHl0I1, IJ. C., 1938:
"llriar Hose" 23 Minstrvl 25 Glow
Club 23 XYLXY-XYJZQ Stute 'l'ezu'li-
z-rs' Instituto 191181 Football ll
Art Club 1, 2: linys' Glnw Club
lJ12w,XX'.umliN . . . . . . "Dl'l1lll"
Junior Const-iwwttiou Club Il, -ig
lH1,Klax', Ninn' Arima . ".llu1li'
Girl ltm-swvfls l. L,
IPILTS.llALPH1':l'Gl-INE . , 'illippgf'
SCiCI1L't'-Nlilfll Club 25 Give Club
Il. 45 Football 1, 2, Cl, 'tg Fresh--
man liasketbullg liuslwtball 2g
Track 1, 2g "All At Sou" Zig lu-
tra-Cluss Foutbull Il, ,tg Iutrav
Class liuskutbull ll. fig lutra-Class
Soft liztll Il, 49 llusfflmzull I, 2, Il, Al.
lJrr'rrauN, IKOBIZNT ...... "Hub"
Truck 1, 2, 33 SE'I11lfl' l. 4g Sci-
f'IlL'8-Nlillll 41 lluuu1':u'y Society -1.
1 ll I 1 l 1 --1 ' l
M E l 1 I l i l u
llxxtm, BIANY Nhmasnnur . "lIi.riu" llvsox, NANCY
OI'k'llt'Sll'1l l. 2. fi. lg Girl He- Girl Rf-sf-rv:-s Il, tg lluuu- lyrou-
servvs 1. 2. Ii. 15 54'H1llf' 3- uluirs Club 4.
lbuxullvsus, illllllttili Stzlmutul-1 . , , I4-Mum, BIN -.H H
g"""9lgw ', A11,"I'1".NH'! 'l' ll? 'l'rt-usurvr I, 49 vlL't'-l,t'L'Slllt'lll
fit Club .l, Spillllxll Club J, sunt? ., .V Illtin muh ., -Q, H1
Nludt-l Airplane- Club 23 Art litl- ti' ,'l4f,0,fllH,M,i', fl4fl,htiYl,
itor ut' .xlllllllll tg Gull' 'l't'illll 2. Cmll3Uil'3 4 " ' "
lJuxx'xiAs. Nl,urrIl.x ..... ",lI1u1"'
Choral Club 15,45 I-Ixt-ctltivvCuun- IQASTMAN.,lpm-HIAN , , , "Imp-li"
ril Zlg St-cl'vt:try ul' Class ll: Yicv- U, A, A. lg Girl liest-I-vt-5 23
l'rt-sitlmxt ul' Class ,lg Girls' lima- X-nay SMH- 3: HIM. 411111, jig "All
stvr Club Cl. lg Xvlt'l'-l,l'L'Slllt'lll ul' AM SN," 3-
Girls litmstvr Club 45 Girl H4-
svrvvs 1, 2. -tg Girls' Glu- Club 2
Stumlcut Assn-mbly Cl, I,
lflil-.l,, .l ANIL1'
llunorary Soc-iety St, 43 Girl lit--
1.2,1l,4g Lat' Cl h 1,
lJowN,xrus..l.u1l-is .Xnsurn ".lilItIltfl'H X-ltuy Stuff Illg lllifi lljum.
llrmasx. Nonxu .ll-pxxxla "li1un1Ii0"
Girl Rescrvt-s Il rt' Art Associa-
tion ll. -lg X-Harb' Stull' Il: llunrr lQl1KliI..xlMYlI' .Q ---- i'UUUf":
, El'0ll0Illlt'S Club -lg Annual Stull' Glrv Club I., 21 511111112 itllllj -3,
3' 4' Opt-rrttu 21 Sfllillt' ,tg lshrr .L fl.
licxizii, HAaaIH'r'r .l.
Science-Nlath 45 Girl Reserves 45
Art Cluh 4.
liciore. Hsnorn . . . "Goan"
EIJGEMAN, Ins , ....... "ldy"
Senate 45 Girl llc-serves 3, -I5
IZDGIQMAN, LOUISE ...., "Louie"
Choral Club Il. 45 47th Continen-
tal Conarcss National Society ll.
A. R.. YYashington, D. C., 19385
XVLXV5 "Briar Rosm-"5 State Tea-
chers' Ass'u., 19385 Senate 3. I5
Girl ll:-serves 2, Il, -lg Girls' Glec
Debate Il, 45 Track 2, 3, -15 Stu-
dent Council 35 Dramatics Club Zig
Memorial Day Speaker 45 Safcty
Speech 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Oper-
etta 25 "A" Club 45 College Pre-
Esrmimoiz.BI.rI'I1.1m.t . , . "Tillie"
Girl Reserves 2, 4.
EVANS. MAaoARI:'r JANE . "JlurIcy"
Annual Staff 3. l5 Senior Editor
45 Girl Reserves I, 2.
liwtss, XYINIGIQNII Msxixia , . . . .
"Pee lVee". G. A. A, lg Girls,
Glee Club 2.
Ewftrn, GENE ...., "Sparky"
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Choral
Club 45 State Teachers' Associa-
EwING,ANNA BlZl.l.I2 , . . , "Abe"
Girl Reserves 25 Altrusa Club
Essay Yvinner 3.
7,,...f- , -..: -- -4 -11...-
THERE WHULU HIAX EBEEINI NU iT'ElRjll5ifQZ'!llllllEU EXHIEEKED
IFAHRER, l31z'r'rY BELLIQ .... "Bel"
Girls' Booster Club 45 Girls'
Athletic Association 1, 2. Il, 45
French Club 3, 45 Glce Club Il.
45 College Preparatory Course.
Academic Courseg Glee Club 3.
FIIaI,Im. lJial.oaI1as . . "Dee"
PINNEY. JOIIN C ....... "Fin"
Senate 2, 3. 15 Science Math 3, 45
Treasurer Science-Math 45 Con-
servation Club 4, Prcsirln-nt 45
Stamp Club 2, 35 Latin Club 25
Camera Club 45 K, Y. C. Club 4.
FISHER, DAVILD ...... "Daisy"
Senate 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Latin
Club 35 Student Assembly Zi. vt.
President 45 Executive Council 45
Science-Math 3, 45 Drainatics
Club 3, 45 X-Hay Staff 45 .Iunior
Sweater Committee 35 Honorary
FI.IaEHAIrrx', CLIFFORD E .......
"Fleebit". Junior Police 35 An-
nual Production 45 X-Ray -tg
Camera Club 45 Ping Pong: Club
FoI.m', SARA l,0l'ISl-1 , , . "Jimmy"
FOI.lzx', XVILLIAAI ...... "Bill"
Football 35 Junior Conservation
Club 3, 4,
Fouslaii. RUTII ....... "Peg"
Choral Club 3, tg 4TtlI Conti-
nental Congress, National Society
of D, A. ll., XVasbington, D, C.,
19385 NVLVV5 "Briar Rosc"5 State
Teachers' Ass'n. 151385 G, A. A. l:
Senate 25 Glee Club 2.
Foaxxlaa, DAvID .,... "Dave"
Honorary Society 3, 45 Stamp
Club 25 Annual Production fl,4.
H R Y SIX
Fu1:s'l', HARol.n , . . . . . "Red" Fmamux. Vieux . . . "Worm"
Rifle Club 43 .Iuuiur Cousvrvzi-
tion Club -i.
Fuller., Bun .,... "Fritz"
lizisi-ball Zlq Band 4.
F01'si2,H0nAn'r . . "Hob"
Fvilwuuan, .lfmxxlc 4 ..... "Ju"
Choral Club 3. -lg Glm- Cluh 25
"Briar Hose-" 24 l7ib Cfmtinenlul
Congress. National Suvii-ly of IJ.
A. R., XVllSl1iIl5.ffOIl, TJ. C., 19383
XYCXVI XVJZ3 Statv 'l'ezu-lu-rs' As-
F0l's'i', Rfxvwmxn li ..... "Huy" 5"l'1flll'Ul 1933-
Billirl l, 2, ll, 43 ilUllSt'l'Y2lll0Il
GAmus. .lm-1 Lian-3 .... nSIIl'l'lIHu
Yurzilimuil Cuursi-3 Glu- Club fl.
Fmnlli. liA'runYN ..... "Kate
Home Economics Club 1. 23 Sci-
encv-Nlzith lg VV2lSlllll52,'l0Il ll. C. 4
Trip 1. flAIlIB1liR,.lI'ANI'l'A .... "Nita"
Choral Club 3, 4: XYIAYQ 47th
Cuutinenlzil Com,!l'vss. Nziticmvnl
Snuic-ty ll. A. H., XYasliiug.:tun. ll.
C., 19383 State 'l'1-ziclu-1's' Asso-
rinlioli 151385 Fri-nch Club 2. Il.
43 Houorzlry Sucivly fl, 'lg Slu-
de-nl Council Ilg "All At Se-aug
FRANCE. ROIHSIVI' .....- "B0b" Acvompunist for lloys' filer- Club
Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Senior llfmdy 3, 4g "liI'iul' Rim-"5 Girls' Gui.-
Salos Il, 4. Club 2,
li 1 1 1' - 1-
Arlm DEE-Slhll-ifiNElW Will M1 WNW f
Guixlux. Manx' 1.1512
Girls' iilvv Club 23 "lh'i:ir llosi-."
Giavl1AR'i'. l'lI-IRRIZ ...,., "fills"
llrzuuziiivs Club 1. 2. Ii, lg liiuul
23 liiblc- Club Il: film- Clllb Jig Smi-
iui' Class Play l.
illl0l,S'1'llN. l.u.Lu-1 , , 'ifinldii-"
Gluzlin. I4liH'l'uAN1 Nl .... Ulflllllllfl
Si-uziiv Il. lg Sci:-iii-1--Nlzilli vi.
Gomez, NlAn'l'li.x ..... U.llflI'Iil'u
Choral Club 2. il, lg Music liilu-
vaiors' National Cuul'vii-lu'v :ii
Nlinueupulis 1Sl2lTg iTtb Conti-
uvuial flllllf-fl'PSS Nuliuuul Sucie-ly
IJ. A. ll., XXvZlSlllllf.ft0Il. ll. C..
19383 Stale Tf'ilL'lll'I'S' Assiwiuliim
lSl38g I'lUllUl'2lI'y Sucivty Sl, lg Glm-
Club Avvmiipziiiisl 2. IS. lg XYLXY.
YYXIAQ. XYLS, XYJH 1':l'4l2lilL'2lSlS:
"Count :mil Cu-licl"1 'tBl'l1ll'
liusf-"Q "All Al SMI".
G0l.lJHIClili. liMu.1s .... , "SllSfl"'
Choral Club 1: Stub- 'l'e-uclu-rs'
Ass'u, 102385 Glu- Club Il, -lg Girl
lla-sei'vi's 1. 2. Sl, ig Si-uulv l, 2.
ll, 4g All .Xl S1-:i Sig May lfoslivail
Guiumx, llusia . . "1fn.wiv"
Goss. l4AlusAuA .limxxls . "Jl'Illll't'-N
Girls' liuosii-1' Club l. Il, 45 Girl
llvsc-l've-s lg Clmrail Club 22 Slin-
uf-apnlis Trip 2g l"l'0IH'll Club IS.
lioi'iu.l-1x'. gXl.llI'1l!'l'A MAXINI. . "Meri"
GRAY.Gl,AnYslli"l'u , . 'Yilmliliv'
Art Club 1.
l GRAY,RALP1lli ...... "Dutch" llAllN, G1,iQxno1+A . . "Glen"
1 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Hand 3, 4. li. A. A. 1.
G1-1ff11'fY.,B011 - - "Huff" i?33ii,ii1imi1 3,113 13aQlffiil1iii"'i',
i Acafkmlc Umlse' 2g Rifle Club zz, 13 uni-1 Club
1 3, 4.
GHIMSLEY, BIAHUARFT ANN 'illargel'
A. A. li Girl RCSCFVPS 29 HANNABl5liY,JULIA . , . . 'Lindy'
Sclwvv-MHUI 4- mee Club lg Brim- uosi-.
GRl'l'TliR,RUSSIil-L - V . HKU-Y" HANuI.laY,lCRICNla1I. ,"1.il'.-lbm'1"'
F00ll11ill 1, 2. 'Tumbling Club, NvilI'l'E'll. Ohio, 23
Scif-nee-Mutli 35 Junior Police Il:
Czuuera Club 3, 41 Seuuiv 1.
fiROSSENRACKER,ARTllL'R . . UAV!"
Model Airplane Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Rifle Club 33 Aft Club 4- IIAHDACRIQVIOLA . . . 'KToby"
..-...A --......--A 1!v'!1'f 1 - 1
MAVKFNIE H E Till EN l 5 PWND W HEN
Q 1 1 I I l
IjIARuY,.l1'ANI'rA . . "Nita" HARRIS, DELORIS ...... . "Dee"
fl. A. A. 3, Girls' Give Club 23 Briar Rose 2.
HAunx'. liiarru XV. , ,
Semin. 3' 45 Campm Club 3, 4: liAHRISUN,XXII.I.lABlHliNItX' "C1u'ly'
Svivuce-Rlanili 33 Sc-nioi' Sala-s.
HAKUY, KENT XV. IQIART. CARL Q '
Sl'll'I1C0-Blillll 3, lg C1illll'l'll Club N'F1iil9 fl, 43 5Cll'llC9-Millll 4-
3, 4, Junior Police fig Senior-
, V , U lIARTBlAN.Bl.blll.llRliIJ . . , "Kell"
l'IAHl.l"lSS,NONlJAS . . . Hixfllllllt' Gi,-I H0561-V05 13 G, A- A. 1, gh
3, 4, President -tg Rifle Club -l.
llARMESllN,l'HYLI.IS . . , "Phil"
Girls' Booster Club 3, -lg Senatc-
3g Girl Rvsr-rves Zig Glee Club 15
Vice-Prcsiclvnl of Class 3, Sen- HARTJIAN, RAv5loNn l'i0NYARD . .
ior Sales. "HCU'P0"
ll.u'4.K.l1m'liI1Nlf:llI1HAmu "I-'lu.vlu" Ilraxnv. H1-11.115 Lum
Girl llvsc-rw-s l. 2. ISL Svllzllt' Il, -l.
1l,.M,X-41,,.:,,y . --11,,,e-- II1alm41s,N1l..x XIKI-I . "Sugar"
llliNllI.lV. lil-1'r'1'x' . ..,. "lfrIsy"
ll.. iN-J A ...' -All 1 -- l'IOIHbl'lil'y Suviety Il. lg S1'1'rc-tarp
Hazgllzumlllmig 3- 4: MA-, ffluaiwgq lg llmnmtics Club Il, 43 l"rvm'b
S li lfmmlbull 11 4201154-l'vz1liurx 41111, rl- ll Gills' l5""5l01'5 13 GI?"
111111, jg' I. Sm.. and T,-1.35, 3, 14 Club 245 Silulc-ut Cuuncil4g X-Ray
Stull' Zi. lg Girl Ilvsz-l'Yvs l, 2 :Smi-
ulm- I: Svuinr Class Play,
X Hmumx, NYIILIAM ..... "Bill"
X 'mmm-v lllumms b . 1 ' . --11. JJ- llzislu-llmll lg .Xmlual l'rmllu'ti4mg
G- A' A. lc prom Qmmn Anon, X-lilly l,l'01llIk'llUll2 .luniur Policz-
:If-nl 21. -4-
Hl-Lmmx. Fluxu .,.... Hllnpvy '
T1-'nuis TPIIIII Ii, 43 Hand l, 2, Il.
HQQLLEMS. LIARTIIA . Z . . ".llurlir" 4g Orchestra 1, 2, Il, -lg Rifle-
Glrl l'wS4'l'W'S 2. 1: 59112110 -1. Club Zig S:-nate -1: Junior Ili-Y 1.
l Ilia!-xTz1Na-mn.liuxl-,s1'1l1.1-.N ",'fl'IIfPh Hxrmmoss. llI,lZ'I'l'S Morrrox
Drmmmtics Club lg Sci:-:wc--Mall:
fi. lg .Xrl .Xsmxcizxtiavxx Il, lg XARH5
l llumv, YI-:RA
Iluunm-rm-iul lluutmwl IS, llmxsox, IEAYMUNU ..,.. "Huy"
Stumh-ut lluuucil Llg Art .Xss'n ZS,
lg Spauisll lllub Il.
linau. NIxm'.1,x'x , , , "limi" llnumrgn. lflumil-1s . . 'AI'vI'4lll'
llm.1,mx'.u'. l1uAs'1'AM.u , "Connie"
fi. A. A. l, 2.
llll,mu.'l'. llliT'l'Y .ln-.Ax .,.. "ln-lx'
Humuan. ,XLML15 .lawns . "Jayme"
Girl Hess-rvvs 1. 25 Glec- Club 25
Choral Club 3, -1: 47th Coutiuenl
lznl llrmgrm-ss. National Such-ly D.
Hu.:-Ls. llumrrux' . ..,. "1'fmIs A. ll.. XY2lSlllHglflll. ll, C.. 1938:
Ilnme- licoxmlllivs tllub 23 Scivllcv- Shall- ll.t'2iL'llt'l'S, .Xssuclatiull 19383
Nluih -1. XYLNYQ llriur Rom: 2.
- I --ra.n
ltmwian. xlAXlNl-1 . . . 'illurf'
llmfxixs, Ai.ni4:n'rA . ..,.. "Al"
Upe-rs-ttu lg I.utin Club 2, Sprint"
23 Girl lie-si-i'vvs lg li. A, A. 1.:
X-Ray Staff Zi: Studi-nt Ass:-nibly
llm-KISS. R0isiau'rA . . . "liz-rliif'
llorran, KENNETH . . , "Kenny"
Ilovmis, .IACK .,..... "IIop11y"
Buys' Boosters 1, 2: Football lg
National Nlusir Cnnvvntion, Min-
neapolis 23 XYLNV 2g Briar Rose
I: All At Sf-za 23 Nlinstrels 1. 2.
Hflll1tl'Iil'j' Sucii-ty fl. lg liibli- Cluli
lInvieRxi.u.ia, Cuu ..... "lien:-vii"
Basketball 2. 3. lg lizisvliall I. 2.
fl. 1: Truck Ii. 'tg Fimtbzill 1: 'KA'
Club 3, 4,
Hi-Y Club 2. 3. fig Cliurul Club 1:
Hcmurary Socii-ly 3. -lg Annual
Stuff 3, ll: Minstre-ls t936. 19373
film- Club flg l'r4-5. lli-Y Club 1.
Hlinsox. I.AvAl'i'aiIN . . "7'1'usly"
QUT swesviifiigmrs- suite 'Him ivmiz
Hranizr., Enwman . . . "lid"
Fencing' Club 3, 4.
HULL. HAR0i.n . . . "lIuIlu"
Rifle Club fl.
HUMPnn1aY, lfnANi:Is . . . "Fran"
HUPP, BETTY , ...,., Hlliippia-"
Choral Club 2. 3, ig Bliniu-apolis
19373 NVashiugton. Il. C. 19383
State 'I'f'ac'li4-rs' Ass'n. 19315, 1EtIl8g
YVLXV-XVMAQQ Girl lies:-i'vvs 1, 2.
3, 4g Honorary Society Il, 1: Latin
Club 2. 39 Si-nutv 2,
HLTRST, CHARLES ...... "lIlz11r'I:"
Senatv 2, 3, ,lg Hrmorary Socivty
3, 49 Dranmtics Club 3. lg Latin
Club 2, 33 X-Ray Staff' Ii. lg Pnun
Queen Comlnittvf' 35 Nzitionzil
Scholastic Pr:-ss .Xss'n. Cunvvu-
iIl'Rs1'.Fm2nERn1K .... "Fritz"
Choral Club 3, 1: 17th National
fllllli-fl'I'SS of ll. A. R., NVasliiugtnn,
IJ. C. fig Stair- 'Il-'zivln-i's' Ass'n. -I
til:-:A Club 2. lg liriur Ruse 2
'illlllftlli Nlaluigxe-r lg XYIAY. XY."
V.'l'll5l'3 fllinslrf-ls 21 Hi-Y 3. -I,
l'in'i-Puug Club lg Cuuu-ra Club
Ili"r'rux. 'l'wvi,A .llmx , . . . "T1Ui1'
f10lllllll'l'l'lill Cours:-. Girl ll4'S01'Y1's
2. -lg Give Club 23 Opvri-tta 21
Assistant to Xliss liruwn -1: Hunn-
tlnuin l'rvsiclz-nl 253 Cmnittvv un
Iii frs 8
Nmninzitions for Ciziss 0 'U' 5 I
luis. IMNA li ..,.... "I'unI:"
Girl l't1-se-rv:-s lg Stull'-ut Cuunf-it
3. -lg llonnrary Sucii-ty 3. ,lg Girls,
llnostf-rs 4: S1-lizite I: Ile-atb Tak'-:s
.X Holiday lg Gift CtllHllllll1'9 I
lI.l.YES. BlANI.liY . . . . "Pro"
Art Assuciatimi 1.
.IAc:KsoN, NIAm..uu5'1' .... ".lIui'g"
Aczidf-niic Course-3 li, A. A. 1, 2
Girl He-sr-rves l. 23 lluinr- licono-
mics Club 4.
.l,44:KsuN, lllllllilll' . . "R1'1I'
.lu.lasuN, SARA . - . "SnlIy'
.IA:1i4sux. Sl'I.1.lx'.xx . . "SuIIy'
Minstrel Slum' 3.
.l.uli:s, li1a'r'rx' Rr"ru . , . "S1ll'!'llll
Girl llt'SPl'YQ'S 1, 2. Zig Latin Club
2. fl: Srimice--Nlzilli lg Sz-mite 4. 1
JAMI-ZS, DIARY HizI.I-:N
Svnulr' lg Girl llrse1'vL's 1. 25
Choral Club 2. Il, -lg Music Edu-
cators' Xzilional COIlfl'I'0l'lC8, Vo-
rzil Audition, Miilueapolis, 19flTg
17th Continental Congress, Na-
tional Sovix-ty D. A. R., XVZISI1-
imzluu. D. C., 19385 XVIAY, XVLS.
XYNIAQ, XVJZ: Stale Teachers
Association 1936, 1938.
1 1 I i i 'I l - -- 1 ll
JANIQS, .lourw . . . U.,0llIlIlU',
JANNIQY. BliX'IillI.Y ..... "Tcrldy"
Sc-mile lg Sri:-uc:--Nlzilli lg Girl
Girl Ile-sc-rvf-S l. ll,
Joxns. XYAI.'l'lull lf ..... "Junior"
tlullc-go l,rc1pui'uiui'y 1l0llI'Sl'. Hi-Y
2, 3. -Ig Sc-uulcx I, 2: lioys' Booster
Club l: liaskc-lbull l. Ii: lfunibali
1. Ilg Gull' 2. Il, 'ig .Xuuuul Staff
G. A. A. 1.
Allfllilf HER EURU5 ANU WHEY Al-.UNB
lQliNf-HEI-E27 4 H KINNAMAN. FR.xN11r:s . "Franz-iv"
M, A. A. li 5f'I121if' 33 f'1I'l Re' Al"1.XSSHL'l1lll0IlIQIJI'iilllll1ll'SCllllJ
srrvvs 1. 4,
fgnsiwt' gsnlimlfl' ' ri 'lHgm?3mu' liI.INnr'm.'i'i-.ii.XYir.i,1,ni . , "Hill"
-..... .-:10r-.ui.g por- 1 f1ll3,4,
1-mi :xg x-my Staff :L 41 N. s. in f"I'W'1'1'1' U'
.X. lluiiw-uliuu lg lluilc-r lfic-Inl
Iiimiaiam, Ihnssna MAE
Ac-zirlcniiv COUILSF. illlmrilc- 112120115-
I' A55. lf .A ...'A' lc' f mics Club l. Lg h0r'l.l11 '. '
'lsgiilfk ltuguhjg, 45 1f,,4,i1,alfuil, gg Music lfoslival Sig Briar Rusr 2
llzlskrlbull Il, -lg liusvliall 2. All At Suu 3.
liI.1a'r'r. NORMAN ,... , . "Shorty" , H ,L . ..
i Gln-0 Club 23 Nliuslra-ls 2g Oper! l.AIll'I2. I.. lilIAl1lAI.S ..-. 9 I-'HIP
vita 23 llmixr-i'vutirm Club fl. Glvf' Clllll -51 l'fH'UfUll 1- --
KING, liATHYnN . .... "Kingy" 4 H, ,,
Glee Club 2: Girl Reserves 19 I,AfHURE, liovl, . , . .Shorty
Opel-Qiia 2, SCIPIICC-Blillll J, -1.
LASLEY, AGATHA MAE . . . "Gush"
G. A. A. 1.
IAAVVLER, GERALDINE .... "Jerry
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3.
LEAsUnE, FRED . . . "Cedric"
Usher 3, 4.
LECIQIION, PAUL FRANCIS
Bible Study Club 3.
LEli,MARJORIE .... . . "Marge'
Academic Course. Girl Reserves
1, 45 Spanish Club 3.
xt-im - AND E ajmeareuwarm are
LEVY, KENNETH . . "Bud"
LEYVIS, Iinrru I.AvoxNE
LI-:wIs,ImaNE , . . . . . . "Katz"
G. A. A. 1, 25 Glee Club 3.
LEWIS, NIARTHA .IEAN . . . "Martian
Girl Reserves 3, 45 Spanish Club 4.
LIPSCHITZ, JEANE'r'rIa . . 'Jennie'
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 French
Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 25 Honor-
ary Society 3, 45 Student Assem-
bly 3, 45 Executive Council 45
Senate 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45 Sei-
ence-Math 45 College Campus 4.
R !!V!PelL AWAY
LLOYD, ELEDITH LOUISE
LOIDL, ALFRED .... "Larrunin"
XVrestling 15 Track 2. 35 Foot-
ball 1, 2, ll, 45 "A" Club 1, 2, 3, -1
LOUDENBACK, FERNEVA . . "Neva
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Senate 4.
Lvs1',KArHRYN RIA! . . . "Kate
Girl Reserves 1, 25 Glee Club 43
LICDONALD, ELEANOR ALICE
"Mickey." Choral Club 3, 45 47th
Continental Congress of National
Society of D. A. R., YVashington,
D. C.. 19385 XVLXV 19385 Glee
Club 25 Girl Reserves 1, 45 Girls'
Booster Club 3 45 Executive
Council 3, 45 Secretary Of Class
35-365 State Teachers' Associa-
tion, Indianapolis, 19385 Hono-
rary Society 45 Basketball Queen
35 Prom Queen 3.
NICIQONALD, ELOISE EDITII . "Dodo"
Girl Reserves 1, 45 Glee Club 2,
35 Choral Club 45 "Briar Rose"
25 "All At Sea" 35 State Teach-
ers' Association 1938.
McDuIfIfEE, BILL ....... "Mac"
Football 15 Track 1, 25 Junior
LICFARLAND, IIARY JANE
Senate 45 Science-Math 45 Gir.
Reserves 3, 4.
BICBIANIGELL, CAROL JANE . "Janie '
Latin Club 15 Operetta 15 Science
NI1LXX'il.1.l.u1s. lluu. I-Q1 mmm "UPlll"i
Mode-I .Xivplmiv Club 2, Zig Soil-nw
Nhulsox.l"1.ulu-:Nui-I . . . "I"ln1i1"l
011-114-sil':i I3 Svuim' I"l'i1'Ild5l!ill
1,1rl llc-seliwr-5 .L
NlAl.A4.l'l-Lime.. Nl,xum:Anli'i' XIAY ",llu1'g,"'
li. A, .L l. 2. IS. lg Girl lli-srwxva
NlAN'ruu'rH. Nllxxua ICLLHN
Girl lh-sc-1'vvs Ii. ,lg G. A. A. 2, Zi,
41 St'lQ'llCl'-Nlllill 2, 4: Svuatc- 'lg
Ilrzuuutics Club lg X-lluy Stull
I1 "Xlunnslliuz- mul llmu-ysucklm-".
Nluuxxus.. l.Ol'lSL HAM' . A'Wi:g1
1ii1'llii'm-i'vz'sl.Z.g St'll'llt'6'Axi1liil l
Alun.:-1 lfn,xmls , . . . "I"riIz
Mlm- Club Sig llpvwllu llg Nlin
Nlvrrrx, Nlmn' I-Zu.:-:N . . . "1'i11ky'
film- Club lg Girl llvsi-l'Vvs l. 2
Jig Sz-nutv 2, Zig l,l'illll1lilL'A Club
Il, lg S1't'l'l'lill'y lg llUllUl'1ll'j' Soc'
iz-ly IS, lg Sllulu-ul .Xsm-mlmly l.
5l,x'x"i'1l13ws. GI-1n.u.nrNl-1 . . ".lf'rry'
M,nwl4:I.l.. Hum. , , . i',lIll.1'lE'
mia pug Mm AWAY l-if mm
MAX NVlil.li. MAH v lixi MA
NlAY.XYAI.'i'1:H . . . "Wulf"
, Nllclxl-:1.. Alt'l'Hl'li ,,.. , ".lIi1:v"
1 llc-Xlolzly Il. 45 S, A, ll. 1. 2. ZS, -lg
l .luuiur Optimist Zi. I.
Nlicvl-:R, ll.xx'x141xb ...., "Huy"
llifli- Club 41 1101154-iwxiliuli lllub
lg Sci:-lu'r Club -1.
Nlu-in, BI.un'M,uua.uua'1' . . . "Judy"
Girls' lllc-4' Club 1, 25 Girl Re-
s4-rw-s 1. 2, ,lg H, A, A. I.
ifolrrv- N 1 N Ia
5IILl.li'H, BARBARA ..... 'ABaI1s"
G. A. A, lg Glev Club 23 "B:'inr
liosz-" 25 Home lic-unomics Club
2. 43 liirl li:-sz-l'v4-s I, -l.
NlII.l.lili. llmus l.orlsla
4 - . .. - ,. - .
hlef- Llub .ig All At 5.111 J,
Hume- licmmuiuivs Club l.
XI11.i,l-'n. Xluu:,mic'i' . . . ",lllII'IlH
Nluxrnx, lmxas ...... "I.1uzi1"'
liuski-llmll l: 'l'r:u'li l 1 lirmsli-1'
lllub lg llusz-bull Il: l'iil'l1' lilub l.
MINlau,.IOHNN'ns , . . . "Donnie"
Baskz-tball lg Rifle Club 23 Fool-
ball 13 Boosters Club 13 Track
13 Baseball 2, 3.
NIITCHELL, EARL .,,, "Mitch"
Trzu-k Il. 43 "A" Club 4.
lIITCHELl...lACK , . . . "Mitch"
Rifle Club 33 Track 13 Football
lg liuskctbull 13 X-llay Stull' 3, 4.
M0m.laY..lox'cl2 . . "Johnny"
G. A. A.
Monmza, CHARLES XVILLIANI
"0s1vald." F. F. A. 1, 2. 3, 43
Agriculture Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
XIORGAN, CARUL . . "Kam"
BIORGAN, EUGENE . .,.. "Gene"
Track 1, 2, il, 'lg "A" Club 4.
MORGAN,HAR1lI.D . , . "IIully"
Momus, HELEN BIA!!
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 1.
43 Girl Rvserves 43 Stanm Club
23 Girls' Glee Club 33 Orches-
tra 1, 2, 3.
Monms, ROBERT ...... "Bob"
Honorary Society 43 Student
ll TV-0N I!
Mouomat, XVILLIAM l'., Jn. "Billy"
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Gln-v Club
3: Ball State Music Festival 19383
Choral Club 4, Slate 'fezu-l1Pr.'
Convention 1938, S4-nate -lg Siu-
denl Council 3, 43 First Statl-
Convi-ntion ol' Sludi-nt Coum-il
BIITSTIN, JOHN NY li. . . "Mus"
Mingus, 1XLBl2ll'l' ...... "Gown"
Fooibull 1, 2, 43 Football Camp
Mvxaus, HARRY . . Hliddie'
Blooiuanlonx Romzns , . . 'fPic"
sfillllvll' 13 lJl'lllIllf1llCS 'Club 2, 3, 43
H1-X 2, 3, 43 Clem- Klub J, 4.
Nlooms, llom2u'l'I.YMAN , . . "Bob"
Airplzmv Club 1, 2. 33 Fencing
Club 33 l:Slll'l' 3.
Nlumu-1. OTTU ....... "Ott"
liiise-bull 2, ZS: St'lt'llL'0-xlillh 1.
M.00llli.XYIl.I.I.-ARI .... . 'KHill"
Cons:-rvzitiun Club 1,
G. A, A.
NSW LA SAML E
Nl-Il-'l-'.l'lRANl1lS . . . "l"1'ulmiu"
NEVIN, GEORGE , ..... "Boll"
Curisurvaiinm Club ll, 4.
NEYIN.1lOlIN ..... . "Nev"
Consvrvalion Club Il. 45 Basket-
ball 1. 2. Il. -ig lfnutlmll lg "A"
Club 2, 3, 1.
NEWMAN. VIRGINIA . . . "Ginny"
Choral Club 2. 3. lg film- Club 2.
33 "Briar Ruse-" 2g Class Sales
li, -lg Music Educators' National
Confcrencv Vocal Audition. Blin-
neapolis 21 National Snciety ll.
A. li., XXv1lSllll'lL!,l0ll. IJ. C., Il:
VVLNV 2. 3: XVNIAQ 2: XYLS 22
XVJZ Ilg Slutc- 'I'c-zu'l1ers' Associa-
loin 2. lg Gift flfllllllllllvm' I.
Choral Club 3. 4. -17th Cnntinrns
tal iloxiarvss Naliouul Society ll.
A, ll.. XVasliiugton, D. C., 19383
Stale' Teavlwrs' Association l93Rg
Glu' Club 1. 25 "Briar llnsvu 23
"Homin," Class Szxlus Sl. 'lg fi, .X
A. lg Dcun's Assistant -1,
Nn:llnr.As.llm'a1l-1 A . '2Yir'1:
0141-1111.11-zs. .XNNAIilil.I.li . .. "Anniv
Hrm0x'zu'y Suvivty il. lg Arl As
sm-lution Zig Ilifla- Club Il.
O'linn2N, llnx.u,n . . "lion
01.1vr:lz,lJnN.xI.n . , "Ollie
'KU Gill FAIL QF WATTR . . .
1 l 1 1 I 2 1 1 l --Q-
lrkl-Il-Iitllglll lfYIiR'l' .l, I, ,l"S11lu'11l ll!lll.l.ll'S. lll-:l.lsN . . "Flip"
l'.x'1"mx. XVIl,l,l,kNI . . "lm U
lgilllll I. 2, Il. I. lllxli' All-A
l'l-IRKINS, l:l.UYIl . . . . . "l'4'1'lill llmm' NH"""5.1 ' ' ' ' ' ' HFHZZU
Sl-if-iw:--Nlutll Club Il. l'- A' ll' I5 l""l ll"5""V"5 1-
H'3r"1"E 'gmlw ' ' ' "Win"-l l'm.l's. Axnmcw , , 'flllllllu
. HSS . il VS .
l'lIlil.l'S. Rm.:-Ln N1-11.snN ...,... l'll0Hli- EUNA MAH
"SlipxIrru111". .auninr Conserva-
tion Club lg St'lCllL'l"Nl2illl Club 4.
Girl lla-se-rvvs l, 2, llg Sz-:mic Ili
Girls' Glen Club -1.
PR1DDY, Louis . . . . . . , "Louie"
Band 1, 2. 33 Camera Club 4.
PRnzs'r, XYARREN L. . . "lVa1'py"
PRICHARD, IIADGE ELEANOR ....
f'.1ladgie". G, A, A. 1. 2, 33 Girls'
C1119 Club 23 Girl Reserves 43
Svnatg 33 Annual Staff 4.
PRYOR, CHARI.0'l'I'E . , , "Charlie"
Girls' G11-0 Club 2g G. A. A, 1.
PURSLEY. LEE ...... 'iPopgun"
Svnatp Il, 43 Vice-Prvsnde-lit 43
Science-Rlatli 33 National Schol-
astic Prvss Association, Indiana-
polis 43 Junior Conservation Club
3, 43 X-Ray Staff 43 Eflitor-in-
Chief 43 Butler Fic-ld Day 4:
Track 33 Ping Pong 4.
Ruiulatix. IAUREN , .... "Iiu4'1:"
Honorary Society 3, 4,
RAINES, Burn ....... "RuII1ie"
Glee Club 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 23
Rizcomns. Bon . ...... , "Dinh"
Choral Club 2. 33 Glm- Club 2, 33
47th Continental Conairt-ss Nation-
al Society oi' D. A. ll.. YVashing-
ton. D. C., 1938i Statv 'l'0at'lu-rs'
Association 191183 XYLXV 33 XVJZ
REISINGEH, JACK ....,. "Jake"
Rifle Club 13 Art Association 23
Conservation Club 2.
RFINIFORTII, XXYILLIABI . . . "Hill"
Boys' Glcv Club 23 Operetta 23
Minstrels 23 Spanish Club 4: X-
Ray Staff 43 Honorary Socie-ty 4.
---- ----rv 1
Puavsoums, LANVRENCIZ .... "LC"
Band 1, 2. 3. -I3 Oi'l'll0Sll'2i 1. 2, Ii.
43 Track 2, Ii: Choral Club 43 Na-
tional High School Band Nh-lnbvr.
St. Louis 3.
ltnuiu, KATHRYN ...,.. "Killian
H:onorary Soi-ivty Ii, 43 C. A. A.
I, 2, 3, 4.
lhmzv, IJOROTHY EI.1.laN . "Dottie"
State Coinnu-rcial Contmsts 33
Girl Ilvscrves 1. 2, -13 Sr-nate 33
G. A. A. 3.
HISINLEILR, MAx . . . "To1u"'
SPED fu-uuwua 71-uw nunuimm
RI'FTF1R, BIQRNADINE . . "Bernie
Senate 243 Art Club 33 Conunittet-
for Junior-Senior Pl'0lIl 3.
Homurrs. JACK . . "Alba Ilwiry'
Choral Club 43 Senate- 33 Conser-
vation Club 33 Latin Club 23
Baseball 1, 23 file-e Club 3. -1.
Romani-s, JEAN li'rHia1. . H.ft'flIlHf8n
Student Council 33 Art Club 2.
S4-nate 23 X-liay Staff -1.
Rocsns, GEORGE GILBERT . "Gillu"
Iloulxi-1. lilarrv lfIl,l1liN , . "Bel" SANll'l'l.I.. Cu.xru,i-ps ll. . "C1mrlir
Girl 1h'S1'l'Yl'S 23 G, A. A. Zig An- .luninr lmliui- 23,
nual Stull' 4g Class Play 4.
HIIMINIC.lll'lll,lbl-1Nli ...,. "1'nn14' , 1 s 1 , U ,
Scivncc--Nlzilll Sig Girl lll'S4'l'V1'S I fAN'l"'RS- Xx"Al"-"fl Mg -1 'HH
2. gg: g,.,m1f. 3. 35 lg. y' gg' 1: Arg lfoullmll lg Junior luluw- .L
.Xssucintiun 2. Ii, 4.
lluxsmalu. ll0Sl'13lAH'1' . . "Iloxic"' 1 -. ,. 4- . 1.
Sc-Iizllp 2: li. Y. C, I: Huiml'zii'y SARMA I' IAM"
Surivly Sl. Ig lfri-uch Cluh l.
Ross, llIlllliH'l'A .IANH , . . 'Alfnhhyu ifiifflfl?Nlmlflfgi' t'l"f4l,Zm'nil
G, A. A. lg Spanish Club 3. 41 muh ,1.'l'QQlQl21,H1ull I ' ' A
Upvrvllu Zi: Girl Reserves lg Glm- '
l Scliumau. llu.nA lluula
llorsu, llow K. Y. C. 4.
F5 5 AS' WHH FE 5 .5 N QW
SCHl'YI.liR. llll.I.Ili XY. C. . . "WU SHAW. l'llYI.I,lS ..,, "FH-r'I:Iz's"
Fri-llcli Club 2, IS. lg l'rc-sidmil 2. Girl H4-sr-rvcs 23 Scif-lice--Mzilll 32
Il. 4: Vice'-l'l'l-s. 23 ll0nur:u'y Suv- G .L .X. l.
if-ly li, lg llraniulics Club Il, .3
5 I In l l I N 1
Senulv I . 1
1 1-sic vn 1 'ic --
l'1'vsicl4-nt lg llislnry Cluh Eg
SPL'-'l'l'l'2lS, 2: N. S. l'. A. COIIYUII-
lion, lndizinupulis I1 X-Ilan' Stull' W
3, 43 lidiim'-in-Chii-4' 3, if K, Y. Sillci-ul-Lim. lll1It'Ill.-K . . . . , "li01'l"
C. -lg pl'f'Slll1'lll 1
Q Sludl-ul Assvnx- iimrr- lic. 25. lg .M-:ull-lille Cuursv.
hly lg l2Xl'l'llllYi' Council lg .lun-
im' SNVl'1lll'I' lllllllllllltvl' fig Smurf
ish llluh lg l'i'n-sixlvnl I3 Pl'Hlll
fl0Illllllllt'l' Si: Cmivurulions Pru-
grzun lllrlllllllllbt' lg fll7IllIll0lIL'1"
mont Sp:-:ilu-rg GiI'l Cnmiuillm- l. 5lll"1lfl'S-XIMWVN ll-1-VW
thu nl llub l 1
I f -1 1 I. g lTlh National
Sfwivly ll. A. ll.. XVz1sliii1glull, ll.
C.. l'1IlNg Nlfusli. Clmpc-lg XVJZ-
Vfl Vf: ll"iza" llnse-3 llzulio Club 1.
2. Il: Slzrfn- Nl'illil"4'l' Sl. 45 Stuilf-nl
Sr:o'r'1'. Huwnnm . . "Sa-nllif-" lilm-lrif'i1'n Zi. lg Sci:-lice-Nlulll il
'pun' 'i 1'lub'l 1
Art Club I, .l
Opvrc-lla Ilg G
Xlln' . I, . A'Sl'llIfllH
5 "IW lllllll 3- 4- Silly-1.1-'xy VIRGINIA Ifrumzxizi-. .
Sll4!li1lAlil1ll. llmuairr NY. JH. . 'KBIIIJU
llmun'm'y Sorirly 3, lg Plwfsulmil
lg Spanish Cluh 3, -lg Prvsldenl
. , . . , . , "Ruthie," IS: Hills- Club Ii. -lg S4-mitv Il, ll:
Il. lg Glen' Club llg Annual Stuff Zi. -lg Radio Club 23
, Ag. ,xr QQ 3, flllIllIllf'llCQ'lll6l'll Speaker.
PIPTX LH H I'
Simw,u,'ri.n. FIKANKIIQS . . A'I"1'u1111il-"
Girl lll'SI'l'Yl'S l. 23 Xflluy Stuff IX.
Sl'llUiI'il'I.I-.ILll1lAlil.l-ISlf. . "IIlzu1-If"
Clmral fllub IS. lg -47th tluuliueu-
tal llungra-ss Ib. A. R.. 15438: XYLNX
NWN: All .Xt Se-za 102,73 Yvll lmurl-
01' 2, Il. I: Slim' ll-l'2N'll0l'S .Xsfu
lfflblg lli-Y 2, I: Svliilll' Zig
pil 1- Llub R: 5luclrul l.Ollllt'll A.
Jig Suciul .M-livllin-s linluluitlm- Ii.
Suiuwlau. Nl.-xuY . . . ",lIlIl'!llt'H
SINIMUNIIS. Rmu-Im' , ..., "Rolf
Clxurul Club 1: Slam- 'I'z-zu'lu3l's
Sims, Klum' l.orlsss . . . t'llvl1l'l','l'lCH
ri. A. A. 1. 2. fi. 4.
Surru. Box XII-I
SMITH. lmvm , .
IS ro -Au-B':ErH WMKING GD n
SMITH, KA'rHEmN IE .
. . , . "Kam" Sxlrrll. XVINIIINIA . . . nnillllllll
Girl Re-sc-rvvs lg Sci:-m'r-Blulli Il.
45 Sz-ualv 2.
SMITII, I.l.ux'1i ,
Art Club -1.
SMITH. BIARJORIIA. .
Girl Resf-rv:-s 2.
Honorary Society 3, .
Snrrli, Mun' JANE
serves 1g Glrle Club
Svuulx- .21 hlrl Rz'sv1'x'L'S l. lg
..SlHHt,.. II4mu:':1i'y Sm-il-ly ZS, lg Latin Club
' ' Sig Aluluznl Sl:ll'I' Il, lg S4-uim'
C':l-s Plzly Clilllllllllvl' lg l"I'l'lll.'ll
Club Il. I,
Sl'1l.1.u.xx, .losi-:vu ..... ".ln0"
llllllllll' Pulicc Il: lizuliu Club 2. il.
Syuanas. llUIlI'1H'l' . . . "Hob"
Ihlle- f.lub J.
l: Girl Rem S'l'Al.l-IY. .IACK
2, X-Ray Slufl' 4: Golf' 'I'fA:1m 4.
STAN last' , RA Y Nllrcilusu,
. . "Wop"
Football 1. -l: Glu- Club ll, 43
Junior Police 43 'WV' Cl
STANLIQY. lil-:Nic ...... "Stun"
I looihill 1 2
Studi-nt Managvr u' F
1 - Q
.L 4, llaskftlmall l. 2. .l. -ig Track
ig l -X' 4
Sweats-1' llmnnlitlm- Zi
I, 23 XY11-sllil 3 ". '
Council 2, Il: .luninr Dance Cmn-
STAN l,liY, 1i0llliHT XYUODARU
STFPIHQNS. limxERT . , .
X-Ray Staff ll, 4.
S'rIaPnlaNs, XVANDA ,... "ll'in1Iy"
film' Club 33 Riflr- Clul
liconomics Club 4.
J Ilg Holm'
STITH. NIARSHALI. . . . "SIiffp"
S'r0L"r, l1I.Am VAN , . . . . "Are"
Band l. 2. -ig liriar Rum- 25 All
At S4-a Il: Xlinsirr-is 2: Cl10l'1ll
Club Il, 4: National D. A. R.
xY1lSlllli'Ll0Il. Il. C., 39 XYIAV ll:
llavs' flee Vlub 2 3
STOUT.l.liII.Al"HAN4iliS . , "Nikki"
G, A. A. 1. 2.
S'nna1a'rs, JUANITA . . . "Slreely"
G. A, A. 1.
S1'1'.m'r. Mun' lfmmzias . . . ".lli.-vs
A11a'ers1m". Fl'f'lll'll Club 2. 3, -lg
Orchestra 1, 2, il, 45 Student
Council -ig CUIIllIl1'Ilx'l'lllf'lli Speak-
TJHIE E Zililmfi
HHN ....... "Butch"
Society Il, 43 'l'i'1-as. lg
iafi' Il. ,lg l'lKiilUl'-lll-
Yvll Li-ailci' 2, 3, lg
liiflc' Club 3. 45 Opal'-
S'rl'mai-:0N. ISAHBAHA "Baby"
Srrsullsns. blAHl'HA Jimmie"
Class Sal:-s ll, ,lg G A, A. 1.
SURFACE. Run' BIAE
Glec Club 2. 3, 4.
'l'ANNiaa. Rmnaar .... . . . "Hob"
F. lf, A. 2, Cl, lg Dairy flllllgllllg
TATl5,li0BliR'l' . , "Tnl4'r"
THoM.xs,LAwaENm:1-1 . , '4O.vr-u1"'
Cain era Club lg 0z'cl1cslru 15 I-le-1
.. . . "Taming"
'l'isoxir'soN,livifomw . . , "Bowls"
l vvtball 1,
Trio zxixrma. i5ia'x'rx'
VV' Reserves lg S4-iiulv I, 25 Ilon-
orary Society 3, 4: Girls, Hoos-
ff'l' Club 2. 3, I5 Fri-ncli Club 35
X-Hay Siaff 3.
. . . "Remy"
'l'ooMns. CA1u.ANn Lic:-1 , . "f,:.'1"
'l'mcN'1'..loslal'H , ..... , 'hlw'
Ili-X 3. 45 Choral Club 3, -lg
XR Still' 'S I "ill X' 'i'
.- 'ly .2 -. Q ' .' s"l
.iz Cl:-v Club billlSf1'l'l 35 NVi1sl1-
ingzton. ll. C., ll. A. li. Conven-
tion 35 liaski-lb'ill 1. 2. 35 'I'i'a.-li
l, 25 lfootbull 3.
'l'l'iu.m', linrru , . . . . . "Edie '
Girl lime-rvm-s 3.15 Art Club 3. 45 ,
Junior Pr nn Connnittf-e 3. l
'l'l'nNiaa,Romau'r , . . . uSl'l1lIlUI'N
Give Club 3. 15 Op:-rellzi 15 De- 1
bali- Tvzun 3. f
L"r'r. IDA xl.-KY
Honorary Socielv lg S!lO!'lllZil1d-
Typing Conti-il, lJ'u1villo, 31 Slate
Typing Conlz-sal, Muncie. 3, ,
HUHHY -QIIL--M6114 '
X'ANMl21'ian. JOHN EIJNVARD . "Yun"
Snnale 1, 25 Dramatics Club 2, 3.
45 Honorary Socif-ly 3, -15 French
Club 2. 35 Prom Chairman I 3:
Blznuuzer Candy Staind -15 Clirlsi-
nms Play 1. 2, 35 Senior Clusfa
Play 45 l'i'esi1lc-nt llranmtics Club
VA N M ia1'lsli, lioinairr ,
Ari Club 1, 2.
. . . . "l1'4'ISJ'
Vi-:s'r. Bm"1'v . . .
Stuslf-nt Council 3, 4.
, . "Bob"
XVALKER. ROBERT ,
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y
2. 3, 45 Operctta 35 A Night at
the Minstrel 35 Boys' Glee Club
35 X-Ray Staff 3, 4g President
Dramatics Club 4.
Girl Reserves 3, 45
Club 35 Opc-rvttzi 3.
Spanish Club 4.
Wmvian, JM: K Rnziunn
Wizun. Alun? JANE
Bible Club 3, 45 Art
1. 2. 45 Girl Reserves 1.
XVEBB, SARA IELIZABI-L'lH
Home Economics Clu
NVILSON, XYAI.'rlan ..... "Burl"
Riflf' Club 3: Conservation Club
4: Srivm-1--Malll 4.
XVISIZ, BIARY EUNA
li. .L A. I. 2, 4.
xX'lSliHAR'l'. JEANETTF .... "Jean"
G. A. A, l, 2. J, -1,
x-Ru y staff
3: Senior Salfis -15 Czunvra Club -l.
XV00n, BAuu.uu .... "Ifouby"
1 1 nl 1
GIPP Club l. 2. 'S
xX'0Rll,TIllELlNIA . .
Q" lic-serv 's
Give Club 45 French Club J, 4.
Girl Ilesrwvos 3. 4.
XY:-:nklNu, IKALPI1 lll'H'l'0N
lluncl 1. 2. 3. Ig Ori-ln-slru I, 2,
Il, 'lg Stump Club Il.
XVI-:s'r. Ruznuw ...... "hir-lf"
Boys' Glu- Club Zi. 1.
XXvIZS'l'.XX'll.l.IAM .IOHN . . . "lfilIy'
Vocutiolml Aa. llzaskz-lbull 'I'n-:nn
1. 2. 3. 4: F. lf. A. Il. 43 Livo-
slovk Jud-.iinsi 'l'1-um 33 V4-ge-lzililr
Judging 'll-uni Ii.
Honu- lic. Club I: Girl llc-'swve-s I.
Glvf- Club 35 liirl ll:-serves 43
xv0IKl.liY,SHIill.A . . "7'ilrl:c'1"'
Xvlillil-I'l'.l'lAYNVARll . . "1llllllUlI't"'
-17th Continental Congrvss Nul-
lunul Convention D, A. R., NYasl1-
inglon, ll. C., Sig Brozulcasls XYJZ
XVIAV Zig Statv 'l'eacln-rs' Associav
tion -lg lloys lilac- Club Zig Min-
slrvl Show Il: Orclu-stra 1. 2, ZS.
-I: Cunn-ru Club Il, I.
XXVRIGPIT. .IVAN rm ..... ".Yilu'
lil:-0 Club 1. 25 SUN' Sll0W li
Girl Rvse-rvc-'s 1. 2. Il, .lg Upw-
Piizi "All At S1-al."
NVRIGIIT. NlARI.l41S'I'0N .... "Mink"
CZllllP1'il Club Ii. 45 Suieiwm--Maili
Club 3. lg Annual Stall' 4: X-Huy
ZXVICKIEI., l-Luucx' lfmlzulaic, Ju. . , ,
"Zuvi1'k". Ilrzililaiivs Club 2, .L
43 "XYhy 'l'!'1l0llf'l'S Go Nuisfi
"Six xxvllll Pass XYhilv ilu- Len-
ilvs Boil," "Moonshine- and Hon-
Pysuckli-"g Annual Stuff 2, 33
G11-0 Club 33 Open-ita Zlg Blin-
strr-I Show 35 Art Association 2.
3, 4g XV11-stling VPPZIIII l. 23 Riflm-
Club 35 Fencing Club Il. -1: Son-
ior Class Play.
XYHITIQ. RIIIGIQRT ....... "Hob
st'lt'lll'l"xllllll Il: lil:-1' Club 4.
Winnie. lloms X' ...... "IJu1f0e"
Girls' Glu- Club Zig Ops-re-ilu Zig
l.ulin Club Il: X-Hay Stuff Il, -K.
XY1l,l.lAMsuN,.loslavnlxlc . . . "Jo"
Glu- Club 2, 3.
XX'll.l.l.u1snN. l.owlzl.l. . . . "Burl"
XX'n,suN. Clarilr ...... "I.Pfl11"
Sci:-1101--Nlutli -13 Se-unto 43 Glu-
Cfub lg Spanish Club 4.
Axmzmzu, NIAXINIE .
ix.. 1.1,, DAN
I'21IlUlli ll. fu., f.'2iIllUl'Kl. N. J.
1Zlil'1'l'li ,,:2.1. JH, 15.38. Hi-Y 2, Zi,
l.u1'mm1luzi'. i':lNiAR Iil'mzx1a "!i1'1:e '
XY:n'd lost his lllv Ill an :mutu-
nmhilz- zivn-ich-nl 174-va-lnhz-1' IT.
IHIQT. H11 wuuld hux'z- glwlclllzllc-.I
this alms ui' IWW XY1 wis'i
tu 4-xpn-ss nur dw-11 I'l'2l'Q'i that
hc Fillllllll hm- with us now.
BIATIIISON, 1':'l'llliL Iiusxxa
Iilcc Club 25 Spzmisli Club Ii.
NIAUCK, ll0Bl2x'r Culrris . , . "Hob"
Boys, Glue Club 3.
MILLS, NlARY lllauzx
Nluwl-ilw. Mvuux . . . ".llil:I"'
lioys' Glen Club 3.
. . 'XVII-I."
flliblllili, NIORRICIZ , 'tlulinnir'
l,A'l'E,HliNRX' . . . . , . "l'utvr'
linskc-Ilmll I. 2, li, Ig lffbllllblill I
2, za, .Ig 'iw-ui-k 1, p, 3. Ig un-J
Club -lg "A" Club 2. Zi, I.
l'iauK1Ns.lilzNNis'rH . . . u1,8I'li'l
l'lc'rRY, JACK NllI.l,lS . ..,. "Dm-'
Art Club 23 llifle Club Ig Fenc-
ing 43 Srim-lim--Muill 4: Spanish
Ilmanlaa, HAY b
Junior fl0llSI'I'YllllIlll Club 2.
G, A. A. 2.
Slixmaus. PAH. ll ..., . "Suml1l'
Cnnservntimu Club I.
Am-ii.. .XH'l'Hl'l'k . .
lllaxrsow, C, XY. .
lixmssoxi. liA'rux'RN . .
lirussfnl, I'A1'i.iNlz . .
l, 2. Il, Ig lluskn-I
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They started the year well by electing
their officers: President, Eugene Yatesg
Vice-President, John Tracyg Secretary,
Barbara Marineg and Treasurer, Warreii
Stultz. The class sponsers. Miss Margaret Mullendore and Mr. Arthur Shirey,
worked with the students and certainly had a large part in making their work suc-
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tige which he has lacked in his younger years. He is permitted to belong to the
best clubs of the school and to assume responsibilities which enable him to take an
active part in school affairs.
Following other activities this year was climaxvd by the Junior Prom with the
class of '40 playing host to the class of '39, Every student looks forward to this
event from the time he enters high school until it actually occurs.
As the members ofthe class of ,40 leave the Junior year and enter their last, they,
as all other Juniors, have as their goal to make the next year their crowning one,
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The Sophomore year is usually a quiet
time in the life of high school students.
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they have not had time to do anything
outstanding. During this year they strug-
gle with geometry and other subjects and
begin to acquire the poise and self-con-
fidence that will distinguish them when
they have grown up to be a great big
senior. However, the sophomores razzecl
the poor freshman, trying to retaliate in
some way for the way they were treated
Last year the sophomores chose Mrs. Repetto and Mr. I-iosier for their sponsers.
This has proved to be a very wise choice. Dean Moore was chosen to preside over
them and he is ably assisted by Don McArt, Barbara Jones keeps the class records,
and Martha Jane Lambert takes good care of the treasury.
This class is an up-and-coming group. They have taken an active part in school
affairs and some members of the class are becoming quite well-known. All of the
members of the star bookkeeping team are sophomores. They are: Ilene Former,
Raymond Precup, and Frank McManigell. George lVIclVlahan is a member of the
champion debate squad. One of the cheer leaders is a sophomore--Burton Can-
acly. Dick Stewart and George lVlclVlahan have worked on the advertising part of
the X-Ray staff for two years and have done a very good job. We'll expect a lot
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seem quite the same. There were many
new faces we had not seen before. These
turned out to be freshmen. At first these:
ugreeniesu were over-awed by the self-
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per-classmen. They were confused, too,
by the many hallways. However, after a
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sions. Now there is little perceptible
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and more experienced students.
These young hopefuls showed much promise by choosing as their sponsers, Mrs.
Grahame and Mr. Miller. Mrs. Grahame is new to our school also, and she under-
stands their problems, while Mr. Miller, having had more experience, can help them
become adjusted to high school.
The class chose Jim Wilson as their president and Bill Wagner to help him.
Jean Ann Haul is their Secretary, and Bryce Brown, their Treasurer.
Freshmen donit have' much time for social life. Most of their time is spent in
trying to remember room numbers and the names of their teachers. The unlucky
freshmen also have a struggle with algebra, which takes up most of their spare
time. However, this year's crop of freshmen have loyally supported events spon-
sored by the luckier upper-classmen. Members of their class were often seen
swinging at school dances and no doubt they will become well-known jitterbugs next
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The goal of most college students is Phi Beta Kappag its equivalent in A. H. S.
is the Honorary Society. It too is a member of Ll nation-wide organization stress'
ing scholarship, having joined the National Honor Society April 14, 1938.
Members are selected from those in the junior and senior classes whose grades
are outstanding. Although the society is sometimes considered to he merely a col-
lection of intellectual bookworms, statistics show that those most likely to succeed
in life are those who made high scholastic records in school,
As their project for this year the club undertook to write the history of And-
erson High School. This work was carried on under the guidance of Miss Hirsch
and Mr. Shirey, sponsers, and Bob Shoemaker. president. Nancy Badgley, vice-
president, Betty Herold, secretary, and John Swlyze, treasurer.
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Once again members of the Dramatics Club have shown their remarkable ability
to entertain by the numerous plays presented throughout the year.
The first of their successes was a "good old melodramaf' "Moonshine and Hon-
eysuckle," presented before the student body at convocation. To show their appreci-
ation the enthralled audience emptied their pockets and let it rain pennies, slugs,
buttons, and three ping-pong balls. With the returns the dramatists purchased and
donated two spot lights for the stage.
Later the club held their annual open house and presented four short one-act
plays. These, too, were accepted with greatest approval. These four plays were cli-
rected, acted, and staged by members of the club,
A short play, "Not Such a Goose," was given for the Parent-Teacherls Associa-
tion early in March.
Late in April the Dramatics Club broadcasted "Julius Ceasarw over W. H. B. U.
The reception was complimentary.
The club officers for this semester were: President, John Van Meter, Vice-
President, I-larry Zwiclcleg Secretary and Treasurer, June Speigal. Much of the
club's success goes to the sponser and director, Mr. Ralph Boyd.
E1 Circulo Espanol has held many interesting meetings this past year. With Billie
W. C. Schuyler as president and Jeanne Partington as secretary-treasurer, how
could the club fail to be entertaining? Meetings were held every second Thursday
in room 303 with Mrs. Strickler as sponser. Games and contests were enjoyed by
THE GIRLS' BOOSTER CLUB
Under the able leadership of President Nancy Badgley and sponser Miss Brown.
the Booster Club was opened this year to all girls of scholastic ability and fine char-
This year the club led a drive to collect unused clothes from the student body,
render them useful and distribute them to less fortunate individuals. The Boos-
ters also gave a dance and a convocation program as part of their activities for the
The picture above shcvss the cream of the crop of our fair male sex. These I-li-Y
boys sponserecl two school dances this year and at Christmas they had a party for
five hundred needy children The officers are: President, Harry I-Iudsong Vice-
President, Walter Jones, Secretary, Fred Hurst, and Treasurer, Ben Early. The
sponsers of the club are Mr. Slnders, Mr. I-iosier, and Mr. Bailey.
JUNIOR-SENIOR GIRL RESERVES
The Girl Reserves is the oldest club in high school. This year the Junior-Senior
Girl Reserves have been active in school affairs, and they have had very interesting
orograms at their meetings, which the girls, themselves, planned and presented.
The officers of the club are: President, Janet Ebel, Vice-President, Betty Hupp,
Recording Secretary, Ellen Baughmang Membership Secretary, Emile Goldberg
and Treasurer, Ferneva Louclenback.
SOPHOMORE GIRL RESERVES
The program of the Girl Reserves is the betterment of self. At Thanksgiving
and Christmas, charity work was emphasized.
The meetings are held at the Y. W. C. A. after schooi every Monday. Mrs.
Maines is the Y sponser, Betty Schmitz is their president.
FROSH G. Rfs
With a varied program of activities including a Christmas party, hikes, ping-pong
tourney, and a dance, the Freshmen Girl Reserve group has led an active existance.
Officers include Amelia Downey, president, Martha Decker, serretaryg Barbara
Scott, treasurer5 and Wanda Gritter, program chairman. Miss Eggiet is sponser.
These classes were in charge of the X-Ray which is published from October until
Nlay. Novel changes are made periodically according to seasonal activities.
Billie W. C. Schuyler was editor-in-chief last semester and Lee Pursley the sec-
ond. Mr. Baker assumes the worries for securing copy material while Mr. Barnet
supervises the printing.
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TI-IE ART ASSOCIATION
This club, formed for the purpose of furthering student interest in art, is headed
by president Burldene Romine and Sponsers Miss Hirsh and Miss Balyeat. In the
monthly meetings many different speakers have stressed the various types of art,
such as caricatures, paintings, and commercial art. Contests have also been held
in the various meetings.
The Bible Club, guided by their president Nlary Jane Vyebb and sponsers, Mr.
Baker and Mr. Hallet, has had a most profitable year. The purpose of this club is
to help students become better acquaited with Biblical characters. At the present
time the members are studying the religion of various countries and races. Other
officers of the club are: Mary Gordon, vice-pres.g and Pauline Webb, sec.
Sodalitas Latina has had an interesting and eventful year. Led by president Crist
Blassaras and with Miss Nagle as sponser, the club had a Christmas and Easter
party, with appropriate contests and music. Qther officers are vice-president, Eloise
Randallg secretary, Louise Silerg and treasurer, June Spiegal.
One of the oldest and most highly respected organizations of the school is th:
Senate. This club was organized many years ago under the direction of Mr. Black.
It meets once a week in the library with the English critic, Miss Critchley, and the
Sargeant at Arms, Mr. Denny. The Senate is very active in school affairs. Cnc
of its first activities this year was the dance after the Anderson-Technical basketball
game. It closed its year with the annual spring banquet. The slogan of the Sen-
ate is, "If you can talk, the Senate needs you. If you can't, you need the Senate."
The officers of the fall semester were President, Don Collins, Vice-President,
Billie W. C. Schuyler, Secretary, Jeanette Lipschitz, Assistant Secretary, John Fin-
ney, Treasurer, Joan Sisson, Reading Clerk, William Davis, Assistant Reading
Clerk, Gordon Fisher.
Officers of the spring semester were President, Billie W. C. Schuyler, Vice-Pres
ident Lee Pursley, Secretary Bonnie Weaver, Treasurer Keith Bond, Reading
Clerk, Bob Ditteon, Assistant Reading Clerk, Charles Hurst, Assistant Secretary,
TI-IE SCIENCE-MATH CLUB
The Science Math Club was first organized in 19l8 and is the second oldest club
in the school. Sponsored by Mr. Horton, Mr. Stewart, and Mr. Lee, it develops
speaking ability and teaches more about science and math. To join, one must have
one year of math and a year of some science. One-half credit per year is given to
members who take an active part and do not miss more than four meetings a semes-
One year the club put pencil sharpeners in all the rooms and since then the school
has kept up this practice. Also, they have bought scientific books for the labora-
tories and they are now considering the purchase of two electric clocks. This or-
ganization is a social one as Well as an educational one. They have sponsered 11
skating party and the annual picnic was held May Z9 at Noblesville. Experiments
in photography. the study of stars, and discussion of evolution are held at the
meetings. The officers are: Don Collins, presidentg David Fisher, vice-presidentg
Harriet Mantooth, secretaryg and John Finney, treasurer.
THE K. Y. C. CLUB
The Know Your City Y. C., Club was formed in 1938 for the express pur-
pose of familiarizing the members with their city. The club meets every week, At
every other meeting, trips are taken throughout Anderson. Billie Schuyler and Don
McArt, as first and second semester presidents respectively, have been in charge of
the meetings, while Mrs. Crutchfield and Mr. Hallet are the faculty sponsers.
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The Anderson Junior Conservation Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Morris
has done much to further the conservation movement in Anderson and Madison
County. The clubis motto is, t'Conservation through education and restorationw.
The club is the second junior club in the state to own and operate their own game
bird brooder. The officers for the past year were: President, John Finneyg Vices
President, John Neving Financial Secretary, John Heideng Recording Secretary,
THE COLLEGE CAMPUS CLUB
The College Campus Club, sponsered by Miss Kendall, was organized last sem-
ester. Its purpose is to study the requirements of colleges and their tuitions. Junior
colleges and their main attractions are also discussed. The officers of this club are:
Mary Featherstone, presidentg Marjorie Thomas, vice-presidentg and Charles Gauss
The Camera Club is among the many new organizations of the school. This
group has its own dark room and makes a detailed study of photography. The of-
ficers for the past year were President, Edgar Timmonsg Vice-President, Marleston
Wyrightg Secretary, Betty Lou Garrettg Treasurer, Norma Farreng Sergant-at-Arms,
Keith Hardyg and Sponsor, Gordon Julius.
G. A. A. COUNCIL
M' 2 G. A. A. Council has been E1 busy group this year. Nliss Cimpbeil I as spo 1-
f- 'cis the organization for the past two years but was aided tliis year by Mrs.
lqzalme. The other pillars of the :association were: President, Mildred Hirtmang
l, ice-President, Betty Farrerg Treasurer, Delores Stoopsg Secretary, Mary Ellen
Downes. Sports Chairmen wereg Betty Matthews, Mary Sipe, Kathryn Kailor, 11.1
Nlalaguerra, Mary Jane Helms, Estelle Fletcher, and Louise Smith,
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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCU TION
l The Girls, Athletic Association has ccmplctcd its sixth suc-
cessful year in Anderson High School, The m 'mbcrzhip is open
to any girl interested in physical education activities and mem-
bership is held by regular attendance, coojeraton, average skill,
good sportsmanship and enjoyment in activity.
This organization is affiliated with the Indiana League of
Girls' Athletic Associations and grants awards according to a
point system worked out by the state executive committee. This
year eleven girls wi'l receive state awards and others will receive
local awards according to the number of points they have accu-
Our organized activities include baseball, soccer, volley ring tennis, basketball.
rumbling, swimming and track and field. Social activities this year have included
hikes, wiener roasts, a skating party, a dance, and the final banquet where all the
awards are granted.
This group is sporsered by Mrs. Grahame and Miss. Camobell who have attemp-
ted faithfully to guide this organization and place it on a high standard of achieve-
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This year Betty Jean Brandon has been chosen as the out-
standing senior girl in the Girls Athletic Association for her
cocrerafion, reliability, courtesy. honesty, manner and skill.
Betty has been a member of the G. A. A. since her freshman
yearg she recieved her school monogram in 1937. her letter in
1938 and this year she will receive the state award of the Ind-
iana League of Girls' Athletic Associations.
Betty is especially interested in baseball, basketball, tennis,
and hiking and hopes someday to become! a physical educator.
Her hobbies are reading, collecting pictures and traveling.
The sponsers and members of G. A. A. congratulate her on
being awarded the hihest honor conferred bf' th: local organi-
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A hard-working, somewhat unappreciated organization is the orchestra of Ander-
son High School. Composed of strings, Woodwinds and piccolos under the direc-
tion of Mr. Richard Rencenberger, the orchestra has given us many fine convocation
programs. This organization presents fine oppertunities for the more talented
musical students of high school and should be supported by all.
One organization of which we are very proud is the band. Under the direction
of Mr. Rencenberger the size has been greatly increased, and parents of the mem-
bers have organized. This section of the music department offers a wonderful op-
portunity to those who wish to develop their musical ability.
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The Girls, Glee Club, too, has been active this year. They sang at the Madison
County Music Festival and at other places. Both glee clubs assisted at the thirfl
region of the National School Vocal Association Competition Festival. Martha
Goerz and Treva McCreary accompany the Girls' Glee Club.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The Boys' Glee Club has been very active this year. They sang in the annual
Christmas program at the Central Christian Church, and they have sung at several
other churches and at civic clubs. They also took part in the Madison County
Music Festival. Juanita Gahimer is their accompanist.
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Once again the Choral Club has brought fame to Anderson High School through
the fine leadership of Miss Ruth Hill.
The Choral Club sang before the State Teachers Association as well as at the
State Choral Festival on October 27th. Later they gave the annual Christmas pro-
gram. Early this spring they made a trip to Detroit where they sang at the North
Central Music Educators' Conference.
On Easter Sunday the Choral Club sang in the American Youth Program over a
national hook-up. At the first general session of the National School Vocal Assoc-
iation, they were hosts for the competition festival of Region 3. This was held on
May 12th and 13th and choirs from Michigan, Qhio, Indiana, and Illinios partici-
pated in the contest.
Along with these excellent accomplishments, the Choral Club has sung for sev
eral churches throughout the ycar as well as singing at Baccalaureate and Comu
Anyone that has heard our Choral Club sing agrees that we certainly should be
proud of them' just as we are!
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The Student Council is our participation in school government. This organiza-
tion consists of two bodies: the Assembly, and the Executive Council. The Stu-
dent Council not only serves the students in the government of the school, but it
also trains future leaders.
The officers of the Executive Council were Dick Brown, presidentg Crist Blass-
aras, vice-presidentg Betty Rose Badgley, secretary-treasurer. The officers of the
assembly were David Fisher, presiclentg and Joan Sisson, secretary.
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One of the greatest accomplishments of the year was the establishment of the
recreation room. After a long, hard struggle the dream was finally realized. The
recreation has been of great advantage to most students especially thiose students
who are unable to go home for lunch. It has not only been open at noons but also
after school. During the past months it has been the scene of many gay dances.
Probably the biggest attraction of the room is table tennis. It was here that the
first high school Table Tennis tournament originated. Among the other attractions
are chinese checkers, dart throwing, ball rolling, and ring tossing games.
A great cheer should be given for the founding of this place.
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The beaming faces on the opposite page are the members of the Annual Staff:
Editor-in-Chief . .
Assistant . .
Literary Editor .
Assistant Literary Editor .
Organization Editor .
Assistant Organization Editor
Business Manager . .
Assistant Business Manager
Advertising Manager .
Assistant Advertising Manager
Senior Editor . .
Assistant Senior Editor
Joke Editor .
Assistant Joke Editor
Art Editor . .
Assistant Art Editor
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Assistant Circulation Manager
Cartoon Editor . .
Assistant Cartoon Editor .
Snap Editor .
Assistant Snap Editor
. John Swayzf:
. Tom Dorste
. Julia Ann Arthur
Martha Ann Stuart
. June Spiegal
. Walter Jones
. Kenneth Delanoy
. Harry Hudson
. Warren Stultz
Margaret Jane Evans
. Patty Guthrie
. . Jean Goss
. Judith Ann Jones
. Robert Taylor
. . Bill Martz
. Earl Kokes
Norma Jean Durgan
. . Jack Cade
If any one person should receive credit for the structure of this year's annualy,
that person would be George Donaldson, who spent hours arranging and re-arrang-
ing the book. Students who helped with the cartoons and art work were Cletus
l-lilligoss, Newton Simpson, Eugene Morgan, Bill Coats, Lloyd Smith, Quinlan Gil-
more, Lucille l-lannaford, Ray I-lodson, Harold Lunsford, Joan Miller, Ralph Pike,
Warren Priest, Norman Soales, Billy Van Dyke, Keith Watkins, and Mary Jane
Many thanks are due to these clever students, and to the faculty board: Miss
Adams, Miss Balyeat, Miss l-lirsh, Mr. Baker, Mr. Brinson, and Mr. Barrier.
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TI-IE CI-IORAL CLUB TRIP TO DETROIT
On Sunday, March 19, at 8:15 A.M. the Anderson 1-1igh School Choral Club
which is composed of 78 members, departed for Detroit to participate in the Nat'
ional Music Educator's Conference. A prayer service was held at the train station
before leaving. Registration was held at the Barlum 1-lotel with two ersons in
each room. A community sing was held in the lobby in the afternoon, in which
1500 persons participated including the Choral Club Members.
That evening the club went in a body to witness the performance of Conductor
Eugene Ormandy and Soloist Bidu Sayo in the Forclys Sunday Evening 1-1our which
was held at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. On Monday evening the General Mo-
tors Corporation sponsered a trip into Canada. Monday afternoon the club went
on a visit to Greenfield Village. Several girls went shopping at 1-1udson,s the lar-
gest department store in Detroit.
The performance of the Choral Club on Tuesday at 2:30 at the Statler 1-1ote1
climaxed their two day visit. However, thrills did not cease fill the group reached
Anderson, for the return tri was made i ' h
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from March 27 to March 51 this year, seventeen people took advantage of the
annual trip to Xvashington D. C. sponsered by Mr. Bailey and Miss Arbogast.
On the Way, the group stopped at Cincinnati to inspect the Union Terminal
there. The train ride proved to be a thrill for the most and the Lee I-louse Hotel
furnished the best of service. In Wasliington, the travelers viewed the usual inter-
esting sights, including the White I-louse, the Supreme Court Building, the Cap'
itol Building, Mount Vernon, etc.
One unusual feature of the journey was the visit to the Masonic Temple in
Alexandria, Virginia, where George Wfashington was Wortliy Master. Here was
seen the chair on which the first President presided, the trowel he used when lay-
ing the corner stone of the Capitol Building, and 3 picture worth several thousand
At the old and new Smithsonian Institutions, the group were allowed to refresh
their memories by digging up the relics of the dim. dark past.
The tourists all agreed that it was the most interesting trip they had ever taken
.'l1Ll are looking forward to more such trips.
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25215 , The department of vocational agriculture is just fin-
ishing its fifth year of not only winning state and nation
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the major problems in the field of Indiana agriculture.
1' p'b i f ii ' gf Our current story begins when last years annual went
to press. Junior Mauck exhibted a dozen of white eggs at
Purdue and won sweepstakes medal. Live-stock judging
team made up of Edwin Rodecap, Fred Leemaster and William West won Madi-
son County championship and state championship at Purdue in sheep judging to
win bronze sheep trophy for a second time in the last three years, West was third
high in state while Rodecap ranked fifth. The team ranked fifth in judging all
classes. The dairy team members, William and George Pugsley, Raymond Gordon
and Robert Tanner won the County Championship and placed forth in the state.
The corn judging team composed of Russell Bailey, Lawrence Pugsley, Donald
Hiday and Wilson Bronnenberg won the county championship and ranked twentieth
in state only twenty points behind the winners. Wilson Bronnenberg placed sec-
ond high in state to win Indiana Certificate of Proficiency. Each contest had over
fifty teams entered. In the state congress of Future Farmers of America held at
Purdue, Donald Hiday and Fred Leemaster were two of the twelve receiving the
state honorary degree of "Hoosier Farmerl' in F. F. A. Charles Mohler and Don-
ald Hiday each received ,310 certificates and Edwin Rodecap, 85 from the Interna-
tional Harvester Company for being three out of thirty-six in Indiana to win on
Farm Management records in National Contest.
After school was dismissed, Wilson Bronnenberg, Fred Leemaster, and George
Pugsley Jr. won the state championship in judging Brown Swiss dairy cattle at Col-
umbus. Each received eversharp pencils and Mr. Kolb, a desk set.
Early last fall, Lawrence Pugsley, a junior, walked off with the district contest
and medal by husking 603.62 lbs. in 40 minutes, while William West ranked thir-
teenth. In the state tomatoe picking contest at Southport, Lawrence Pugsley pick-
ed 19 hampers in 55 minutes, while the state champion picked 24 hampers. Pugslev
ranked sixth among 55 adult pickers. In 5A corn work, medals were won by Ray-
mond Gordon and George Pugsley with yeilds of 123 and 103 bushels per A, res-
pectively, a silver medal was won by Lawrence Pugsley with 93 bu.g bronze medals
were won by Richard Rector and Donald Hooper with yields of 80.3 and 79.3 res-
pectively. Thevegetable judging team, made up of Raymond Gondon, George and
Lawrence Pugsley, and Richard Rector, placed sixth in the state fair contest. In the
Hoosier Ton Litter Gold Medal Club, Edwin Rodecap grew a litter of 12 Poland
China-hogs to 2658 lbs. in 170 days to win first place gold medal and trophy in
Madison County. William Pugsley, another vocational agriculture graduate, was a
close .second and also a gold medal winner with a litter of 12"Chester White hogs
weighing 2503 lbs. An apple judging team made up of Billie Fletcher, Lawrence
Pugsley, William West, and Richard Rector won the state championship at Purdue
in November by scoring 1263 points out of a possible 1500. Pugsley was high
point judge in state and won gold medal, Fletcher won bronze medal. for third high
point honors. Reitz H. S. of Evansville was second. The vegetable judging team
of L. Pugsley, W. West, R. Rector, and Charles Mohler ranked sixth. The apple
team received their trophy and medals s hoanor guests of State Horticulture Soc-
iety at Purdue in January. Edwin Rodecap won educational trip to Chicago In-
ternational Livestock Show in December for having highest achievement record in
Indiana in Brown Swiss dairy work. '
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The Bookkeeping team, composed of Ilene Fortner, Raymond Precup- and Frank
lVlclVlanigell, assumed leadership of the stateis bookkeeping students by winning
first place in the commercial contests at Central Normal College and Ball State
The advanced Typing team, composed of Icla Mae Utt, Vera Hiclzy and Ma-
donna Nichols won sixth place at Danville,
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
It was by way of an experiment that the senior class presented "Death Takes A
lnlolidayu. The play was a departure from the usual family comedy. requiring
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and the weeks of hard but en'o able, work of the cast under the direction of ML.
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A. I-I. S.
Ir is only fitting that much credit for this production be given John Van Meter.
for it was largly through his efforts that two amatuer performances on the nights
of December 14 and 15 were termed "near-professional" by qualified critics.
The cast, headed by John Van Meter as "Prince Sirlcin and Betty Herold as
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. Eric Handley
. James Carr
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. Betty Vest
. Qrpha Bathauer
. Pierra Gephart
. Dona Iles
. Harry Zwiclcel
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and Jane l-lannaford, alternate, on the affirmative sideg Roy Eggman, Ben Early,
and Warren Rider, alternate, on the negative. Mr. Boyd acted as the squadys spone
The squad belongs the the Indiana State Debating League. The subject for de-
bate this year was: "Resolved: That the United States should establish an Alliance
with Great Britianf' Starting work early in the fall, the team had a series of Radio
debates over WHBU in November, with four neighboring schools: Greentown, Ben
Davis, Rushville, and Lebanon. There was also a series of auditorium debates with
iiushville, Ben Davis and Hagerstown.
Cn January 9, the team entertained fifteen schools for a debate tournament.
Over 150 debators were here.
The contest debates came in February. A debate tournament was held at Fair-
mount to determine the sectional winner. Anderson won debates from Fairmount.
Elwood, and Marion to become sectional champion, for which the members of the
squad received bronze medals.
All those who appeared in contest debates were awarded letters. In close debat:
at Shortville, Anderson lost the zone title to Rushville, one of eight schools to go to
the State Contest at North Nlanchester.
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Much credit is due to Mr. Claude P. Barnet and his apprentices in the print shop.
Throughout the year these capable young lads and their instructor have labored
industriously to provide us with a school newspaper and yearbook. In addition to
the Indian and X-Ray, the football and basketball programs and tickets, play pro-
grams, together with printed forms for the many departments of Anderson High,
are some of the Njobsl' for the printers to solve.
Few students realize the mechanical skill necessary for the setting and printing of
of the varied material necessary for the operation of a school. Boys are trained to
handle the linotype machine, the large flat-bed press and the hand presses as well
as to set type by hand.
That this training has been successful is shown by the fact that every boy recom
mended by the department far a commercial position has made good. I"lere's a
real record of which other departments of A. H. S. may well be jealous.
ONE HVNIYRII INN! NYY IXXU
OUR SCI-IOOL'S SAFETY PROGRAM
The school safety committee was organized at the beginning of the school year
of 1937. The organization consists of seven members. There are four students and
three faculty members on the committee. These members are Francis Humphrey,
William Patton, Gerald Brown, Kenneth Sulkey, Mr. Gordon Julius, Mr. Norris and
Mr. Bergervin respectively.
This committee was organized to make our school shops a better place in which
to work. The four student committeemen make a weekly inspection of our shops
while our faculty committee make a monthly inspection. All problems brought up
concerning safety in our shops are disussed thoroughly before any measures
are taken, in order to prevent conflict between persons involved. These discussions
take place twice a month with the student committee and Mr. Bergervin.
The organization has met with widespread cooperation from the students and
faculty. All of our shop students have been reasonably impressed by the safety work.
The teachers have taken hold of it and pushed it up the road of progress. Our
goal is to make our shops as safe as possible, but it will take time and cooperation,
with an extensive safety program in the years to come.
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Besides being athletic director in Anderson
I-ligh School, Mr. Chadd is head football coach.,
and head basketball coach. He has brought An-
derson the only basketball championships which
we have won ani has developed football to a
point where it receives much more attention and
recognition than it formerly had. Mr. Chadd
teaches his athletes more than athletic develop-
ment alone. I-lis aim is to instill character, sports-
manship, and a cooperative spirit in his boys in
order that their chances of success will be greater.
No athletic director is able to achieve success without assistants. Mr. Chadd has
a wealth of valuable aid in the live men pictured below. Mr. Bonge is varsity track
coach, freshmen basketball coach and assistant in varsity basketball. He has
made an outstanding success of his track team. Mr. Shinn assists in football. Mr.
Dischinger coaches the golf team and assists in football and basketball. Mr. Flee-
nor is assistant track and basketball coach. Mr. Barrow coaches the Junior I-ligh
School basketball and track squad.
ONE- lil Nl Ill I TNVICNTY-SEVEN
John Swayzee--"John" has been in a
yell uniform for three successive years
and has certainly done his part in giving
that support which means so much to the
Charles Schreffler- -"CharleyH is a vet--
eran of three years with much natural
ability as a yell leader. He is a senior
and, because of the success which he has
made, his place will be hard to fill.
Burton Canaday- "Burton", although
only a sophomore, has proven that he is
deserving of leading us, as he undoubt-
edly will until he graduates.
Warreii Stultz--"Warren,s" popularity
and good-naturedness have made him a
real success even though he has only been
on the squad one year.
The student manager is the "forgotten man" to the
fans, who are so eager to applaud the brilliant perform-
ance of their favorite athletes. However, we realize
that without the assistance of the managers. the coach-
ing staff could not be so efficient.
Gene Stanley ---- The name "Stanley" is familiar to
the followers of the Indians, as he is efficiently carry-
ing on the work which his brother began. A most val-
uable assistant will be lost when Gene graduates this
Sid Alberts --"Sid', began his career in Junior High
School and will undoubtedly be invaluable to the team
next year, as he is a Junior.
Fred Dunbarf"Freddie" began his work by special-
izing in traclc management but soon entered the fields
of basketball and football. Fred is a Junior.
ON! IIl'N!RlI IXXIXIX
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In the past, football, as a sport, has played second fiddle to basketball in Ander-
son. Although not quite on even terms yet, football is coming into its own. This
yearis squad has undoubtedly done quite a bit toward this end.
The old custom of going into training at Camp Crosley on Little Tippecanoe
was dropped this year and the squad journeyed to Camp Pet-o-sego on the shores
of Pickeral Lake near Petosky, Michigan. Here the players were conditioned and
much valuable new material was developed.
The team, this year, enjoyed one of the most successful seasons of recent years.
An all-round coach and well liked gentleman, Mr. Shinn, saw his first season with
the Red and Green and his influence has undoubtedly been felt.
Although the Indians lost their initial game to New Castle by a score of 25 to 0,
they went ahead to beat Elwood 6 to 0. The next opponent of the Braves was the
powerful Bearcat squad of Muncie, who was victorious by a score of 15 to 0.
The Indians then went on to win all their remaining games. They won from
Noblesville by a score of 45 to 0, from Richmond 32 to 0, from Frankfort 19 to 15,
from Central of Ft. Wayne 6 to 0, from Technical of Indianapolis 7 to 6, and
from Richmond, in a return game, 19 to O.
Ir is evidenced by these scores that, once the Indians got under way, they Played
heads up football. This years squad was. on the average, a light team, They made
up for this disadvantage with their determination, speed, ability, and individual
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BOB l"lAlVllVlff "Bohn shared honors in
being one of our co-captains. This honor
was richly deserved because of his de-
pendable offensive and defensive work at
his center position. I-lis three years of var-
sity football made him a veteran to be
AL LQIDL-"Al" was our right guard
and a co-captain. l'-Ie earned a reputation
here and over the state, being selected on
the A11 Conference squad. Al has been .1
varsity man for three years and was one
of our most dependable players.
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lil'GliXl', llll.'I'SW"1f1-iii-" tins t.. XY. BICNISUXX' "lit-Huy" has Xltflilli lll'l"ltlN "Vic" Nkds
lwf-u out tor footlmll lol' foui' ht-4-ii om- ol' tht- most mit-pe-iiclaitmlv note-tl for his drivs- :mtl uliility
sf-asmis :md has 1-:ww-tl throi- var- :intl cousislc-nt hacks wr- tmve- to hit lmrrl. Ili- usml tlu-sv vhan-
sity lvttt-rs. llis position wus than haul, His 1'1ll'll1'Sflll'SS :intl atlrllity ztL'tf'i'istirs to good 2lIlY2lllfZiLU' in
ol' vml :uid uns wvll lillml. lo play svn-i'zil positions Iiziw- playing his 1-ml position. His dt'-
lllllfit' him itll ulltstzmtlilijg plnyt-r. lvnsq- uns also vc-ry vonsistt-nt.
llliAllY l'.X'l'li---"limit: was
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triple thrvut tuvtics we-rv always
om- ot' thc- opposing te-aims ixmjoi'
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ye-:nr und ht' will ln- lizard to ri--
AIBISRT MYl'1ltS-"AI" l'8tllI'lll'li
this YE'li1'. aftvr tlropping out lust
sn-asoii duv to injurit-s, to his
guard position which hc- ht-ltl
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fense :md zz driving llI'fl'1lSl'.
Dlllli HHOXYN--lbirla has justly
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side losing za great tuvkle, tht' In-
1lizm's hzxvt- lost the' gr:-atm-st mm'-
al lf'1lfll"l' :my team could lluvv.
CARI, HOVliliMAl.l2f-"1Jec" play-
ed his first football this svusou
and illimedizatvly won a vursitv
gruartl position, His coolness and
quick thinking classified him as
A-l material from tht- start nt' the
litill llttl.l.liNlil-llitilill -"ilol- ICARI. GIIHSONS f "tiil:lJy's', ROY XYITHY -In ont' short yt-ar,
ly's" outstanding: asset was his ln-ight and ability to iw-ct-ivv "XX'it" at-complislir-d that which
ability to drivt- and to smash thi- passes placvd him in an 1-nd many cannot do in four yt-ars.
lint- from his position as t'ull- position, llc-l't-nsively, hq- was "XVit'5 has a bright future- in
hack. Also ht- was a dopvndahlv constantly on his tovs and able to football as ln- is only a t'r1-slnnan.
man to havc- in thc svcondary dv- talu- carv ol' his side ol' the linv.
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varsity ht-rth for tlirvt- years.
llis triplt- thrt-at tactics and de-
fensive ability havv ll12ll'kI'Ii him
as outstanding. H0 will again
don a uniform nz-xt season.
JIM LAMONT--H.lini's" sim au!
potential ahility will tnakv hiin a
valuable inan next year. Ht- is
only a Junior and wc' all know
that wv ran depend on him to
DON SHlili'l'5 lJon's wt-ight was TOM litlOi-'lf .,.. Although this was
a decided advantage to tht- In- 'l'orn's first yt-ar with the squad.
tlians, 'tSlie-1-tsiv' plays rind, tack- he nianagvd lo creatn plvnty of
lv, and fulllmat-lc 1-qually wt-ll. Hu lrouhlo for tht- opposing teams.
has anothr-r yr-at' with the Red Tom is a sophomore end.
XYAYNIC 'l'll1lllNlil'llG "'l'lnn'f IXILXN IIUl'l'liS fllz-an was uni- l'-ll'.l. IIAYI5 fllill was unc' ln-
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1938-1939 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
New Castle 13
Jeff of Lafayette 18
Cenrra1 of Ft. Wayn
New Cast1e 36
I HlNlR1I FHIRIY
The '38-'39 Indian basketball squad was, in all probability, the best ten men
dear old A. H. S. has had in many a moon. They were on the warpath practically
all season and lost only seven games to such worthy opponents as Greencastle, Craw-
fordsville, Jeffersonville, Frankfort, Kokomo, New Castle, and Tech of Indiana-
polis. Our outstanding triumphs of the year were over Richmond, Central of Mun-
cie, and Jeff of Lafayetteg also we won the "Big Fourl' tourney.
A few weeks before tournev time the Braves seemed to falter. But when the sec-
tional started, there was no doubt in our minds as to their ability or conditioning.
Although Elwood gave us a scare, the Braves pulled through and went on to beat
Greenfield and New Winchester to also take the regional title.
The teams who, with Anderson, went to the Indianapolis semi-finals, were Green-
castle, Aurora, and Franklin--three outstanding teams. In the afternoon game the
Indians met and defeated Greencastle by the decisive score of 42 to 21. In the eve-
ning, they then played Franklin who had won from Aurora in an overtime in the
afternoon. This game displayed fine basketball but Anderson was unable to connect
and came out on the short end of a 16 to 13 score.
We can't be winners all the time and we shouldzft expect it. We are proud of our
basketball squad, not only because of their excellence in their sport, but because
of their individual fineness, sportsmanship, and attitude.
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xxus ulxxuys wzuly wlnfu vnllvd
upon to ein his pzzrl.
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thc' luwlu-:ul wumia-r hwy ui' Inst
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The 1939 track squad has been Anderson High Schoolis most outstanding rep-
resentative in that type of athletics for a great number of years. Track has not
been on an equal footing with the other major sports in our high school such as
football and basketball. Tn the last three or four years since Mr. Bonge has been
in charge of the squad, it has gradually grown and continued to receive recogni-
tion. Now we are considered a strong threat for state final honors this year. So
for this reason, Anderson has been very successful-
New Castle twice in triangular meets and Richmond in
fshed third in the conference and walked off with the
Kokomo and thus ended Kokomois long supremacy in
-winning over Muncie and
a dual meet. Also they fin-
sectional which was held in
this meet. During the meet
Anderson broke two sectional records and won seven first places, piling up a total
of fifty-seven and one half points. The entire squad is made up of boys who are
sincere in their efforts and who have a deep regard for their coaches. Their
attitude toward training and toward each other has been very good. These mental
characteristics have undoubtedly been outstanding factors in carrying them through
to the success which they have enjoyed.
The squad will not suffer too much by graduation. Cnly five men will leave us.
This makes our track prospects very bright for newt season.
ONE HVNIJIHD IORIY I0
MlLE RELAY TEAM
Richardson, Scharnowski, Ho-
vermale, and Yates comprise the
Mile Relay Team. Each man runs
a four-forty or an quarter. This
team shares honors with the
Medley Relay 'l'ezlm in enjoying
an undefeated season. XYhil9 pur-
tieipating in the sectional held an
Kokomo, the Inile relay team won
their event and also set a new
truck record with an time ot'
3:Zi2.-1. Other victories include
the Southport Relays, 1he Muncie
Relays. and they also won the
li Hl'NllRIill l"0lt'X'Y-FIVIC
M EIJLEY HELA Y TEAM
The Medley Relay Tczun is
made up ol lllL'llill'llS0l'l. Hover-
male, Yates, and Mitchell. Each
man runs his specialty. Rich-
ardson leads off, running the
two-twentyg llovemule contin-
ues with the four-forty or the
quarter mileg Yates runs the
eig.5ht-eighty or halt' mileg and
the :un-hor mrm, Mitchell, fin-
ishes up with the mile. This team
has not been defeated this sea-
son :ind in the Muncie Relays,
they set za relay record with zi
time ol' 8:02.
EARL MI'l'tIHEl.L--State mile
champion. Mitchell brought fume
to A. H. S. The school has zi pair
of shoes which -.'an't lie filled :is
linrl is an Senior.
EUBENE YATES -"Jn-ep". the
stnte hull'-mile champion, :nquin
proved his merit this year. NYhcn-
ever ".leep', runs, ai new record is
set. Yates will he buck next year.
LAXVHICNKIE IIEYNOLIDS -- Al-
though ln- is not a State Chum-
pion, Lawrence rates "tops" with
us. A. H. S. loses u hard work-
er this spring as Reynolds is lost
DON COLLINS-"Don" proved io
he a very dependable num to thc-
squad. Hn was valuable as a dash
nlan in the 220 and 100 yd. dash.
Ile also ran in the 1-2 mile relay.
A. H. will lose a good man
this year as Don is a senior.
CARI. HOVIERMALE ---"lk-ucoxi"
has concluded a brilliant career
for A. H. S. However. his finl-
running forin will remain to lu-
copied, we hope.
endurance aceouni for .lohn's sur-
ress. A. H. S. has lost an all
around athlete as he is a Senior.
DON MUNSON-Don is a high-
hurdle man. His super stride
and finishing "kick" will he an
assei next year as he is a Junior.
EARL GIBBONS-"Gibby" is a
high and low hurdle man. His
ability to run well is derivud
from his participation in other
sports. "Crib" is a Junior.
ROY EGGMAN-Hoy is one of ihr
returning letter-men. Ha- again
proved capable of leading the
I'ield. Roy is lost by graduation.
DON HOOPIER-Don can he de-
pended upon to "show" when he
ls in the race. He has anoiher
year with the Indians.
DON SHEli'l'S--J'Slleetsien was
the Weight man of last season.
Don puis the shotg he will he
hark next year.
HARVEY l"OX'4H81'VPj' has ihe
advantage of having long legzag
he uses his "pins" in the high
hurdles. Fox is a Junior.
UN li HUNURIQD FOH'l'Y-SIX
NE lll'NlJRlil1 l-'4lR'I'Y-SIQYICN X
SAM NOlllllS-Sain has guinvd
his position on thc- lPi'llll hy un-
tiring 1-ffort. However, his rc-
warcl will conu- as hr is a Soph-
liL'GliNli MOliGANfv"Baby fave"
has high jlllllpfd his last time for
A. ll. S, as hc is a Senior. Our
loss will undoubtedly bf' a col-
Ic-gc-'s gain. llis re-cord is 5' IO".
l2YIiltl3'l"l' OREBALTGH -liver:-tl
was another of thc- Indian pole-
vaultvrs. Ho brought falllc to
himself and to his school. Ex-
vrf-tt is a Sr-nior.
Llili CLIZMUNS-til:-:ny display'-fl
a world of sp:-ed this season. Hz'
should dove-lop into anothvr Stalf'
Champion as is ha- a SODll0lll0l'i'.
PADI, Ml-IAGIZII-'l'l1is was Mcags
first year with the squad. hut wt-
shall hear morg of hini as hr is
only a S0llll0lllUl'l'.
XVARHIZN S'l'Ul,'I'Z -Stultz. the
rabbit chasvr. ran thx- clash:-s.
VS'arri-n will he a valuahlv llllilt
next yi-ar as he is a Junior.
was one of Coach liong0's main-
stays this yr-ar. His speed and
jumping ability will bc valuablv
and broad jumps wvrv Art's spor-
iality. His rvcord for the H0 ls
MELVIN BOYD-lloyd provrd to
be fast and to haw- amazing pow-
ers ot' endurance. Ho will hc' hack
The tennis team is being coached by Dave Barrow this season. Tennis, as is golf,
is trying desperately to gain an equal footing with football, basketball. and track.
The utennis bugu has bitten several new members during the past season, and we
predict that many more will be bitten in the near future. When this epidemic occurs,
A. H. S. will have one of the foremost teams in the state, as a wealth of material
is lying dormant in our fair school.
The team, at the time this material is being written, has not as yet entered into
the field of competition. However, daily practice at the Riley courts has proved
that the ability of these boys is far above average.
The Racquet-Wielders are: Joe Trent, Bob Trent, Ben Howe, Roy Morris, Frank
Herron, Ralph Humerickhouse, and Dick Brown. Of these members Joe Trent,
Dick Brown, and Frank Herron are lost by graduation, therefore the prospects of
.1 successful team next season are very bright.
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Again, as in seasons past, Mr. Dischinger is working diligently to make Anderson
High School's golf team a success. Since Coach Dischinger has taken the reins-
the road of advancement into golfing stardom has been smoother than ever before.
The movement toward making golf a major sport will have many more adherents
and its popularity will grow until, by popular demands, golf will be placed on an
equal basis with basketball, football and track. At the time this material is being
written, the organization of the team is getting underway. Therefore we shall not
make any rash promises as to the success of our "bird-shootingl, proteges. How-
ever we do make the statement that Mr. Dischinger has the most promising material
that has ever been assembled in A. H. S. The team is composed of five of Ander-
son's best. They are: Manley Illyes, Howard Widener, Walter Jones. Jack Staley-
and Bud Anderson.
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