Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

 - Class of 1941

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QI' X ' ' f, 3. ,I , 'J X - ' 'I 4' l i f 7, I. i -? 1 ' It Q., I- 1. 1 ' 'af K M " 5 M5 I PUBLISHED BY 'THE ,, SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL OFANDERS'ON,INDIANA DURING THE YEAR 1941. EDITED BY SAM WILCOX WITH C OVER DESIGN I BY EDGAR HEWITT 1 J. - le . .. A ' . T ' .2 0- .'. '. P: V v 1 . , . 9' .,gg"' Af-1 -1 1 li f ,f, ,,- WM Us .5 Q a 1 -W sr, H., y 'V 4 ' " il Q. 4, 4. by gi: A ,IFQV 555 553. ,ff . .,' y -, 41? -xv ., ,.,. Q..-' , .4 . wgi fri 1 Y' gp 1 5 ff QA . 1 5 , f Q an i 3 Q' 'fr I' 9 ,S is if Y . 3 if F if f X E ll Q Q ix - . . "fi 5, gif i lf.. , ..,.,, , 2. Q Q' S ,Hr ' 1' 2 in 1 jf S WF x S D , K' .M QM,Q::.tf1 ' J 4 - f5?,ggg,:L n . sf Pw- w .NK mm K A 1 :,'g rg 1 .Ava Wi mg. ' my V, use ? , . r f' If 5-Q21 Q Q f, ML a 3, Q ,, , ng ww .Q i 1? Ei' :sf W x Wg, . 1 rw'yqwA:w'.3fOQg., . , , l 2 if I 'if w 7 "Vi" , w M ,H .. Q, pf-,, . . fy :A.1.'wf, , '+ 1wfz13?ft: ,4 .f'1'f,-2.1 . -V, an M-,,, , L, , MM. .. ... Q .,,., . W, , , ik Education for Everyday Living ls everyone ready to go on this trip through the "land of educationn? l've been waiting for you, so if you are ready we'll start on our tour of Ander- son High School. Notice the atmosphere of youthful activity in the halls. Let's join the front hall promenaders. Guidance Committee Languages Dramatics ln the auditorium is the Senior Dra- matics Class. Here is where the char- acterization of Henry Aldrich started. Around this corner we lind a Latin classroom. Perhaps we can learn more about the great Cicero. Latin E Literature Library Shall we glance into the library and perhaps browse among some of the books? Biology Safety Chemistry The Sciences In the new annex are found the science rooms. Here we can learn anything from the parts of a skeleton to driving a car and even making a mix- ture of chemicals that I smells worse than gas fumes. The square of this quantity plus the square of something else equals the volume of some sphere-or so they say in solid geometry. We can also hear the same queer language in the house- hold physics class. Ge0mGtry Household Physics Social Sciences "We the people of the United States" -perhaps you can remember when you had to learn these great words. In the civics class we learn about the Civics American Problems management of our governments. The American family, the problem of crime, our economic problems, and international relations of the U. S.- all of these are thoroughly discussed in American Problems class. flrt Dlusic Let us turn our eyes toward the art department. Here we can iind great masterpieces of A. H. S. students. Going from the main building we Find the music annex and here we dis- Art Design Band I cover the band and glee club. Grab a drum or a bass horn and join in! If you are sure you have the right key we might try a song or two with the glee club. Glee Club Art Household Arts Cooking' Home Nursing' Now, ladies, step right up! We have followed our nose and look where we find ourselves. Get your cooking les- sons here ancl then go up to the nursery and learn the technique of caring for a baby. Top: Printing, Machine Shop, Auto Mechanics Bottom: Drafting, Pattern Making, Cabinet Making' Since the ladies had their chance the men are next, we go over to the shop rooms and choose a trade-printing, drafting, mechanics, pattern or cabi- net making. 15 Buszness Education Now crossing back to the main build- ing we hear the clatter of typewriters. After hearing this businesslike noise let's go next door and learn a few prin- ciples of bookkeeping. There is the dismissal bell! As we watch we see all types of students go- ing out-some determined to make a success of life, others not caring-but all are looking forward to what is in store for them in the following years. k Rnnk noninv- l'Xr f F S E sew Q. ' X fx -ii Ag Aim .VV F 3 xv ,E s 3 E Q b + fi I5 -1'A ' k"' j K if 5 wx Q 3 3 1 Q F 'fi Q 1. . xy 4- V rf' 9 21: 9' , Q 1 7 8 QA H - Q ww QW 5 1 4 -4 X h "' " 9 ' 9 gy 'iw Q O L N M A 5 Q K H LL.. V-L..A'q M "f'f' M Q' .- .5 4 ......f- Q, 3 H - QQ? si x-- - if 'sa-,LS Q N94 l f 393 5 .f ', ' 1 Q' U - - J 'FL' it ki!" ' g li xl Q lv A IWAIIIILWW ss Brown. Mr. Mvilinrv. Mr. Davis. Mr. Stuisnlzm, Miss Dunlap. Miss Balyf-nt, Mr, Kolb Mrs. I.:-uvlililzill, Mr. lirinson. Mr, llorioli, Miss Nagin Board of Education Five citizens of the city of Anderson compose the Board of Education. These men are appointed by the mayor of Anderson and the appointment is con- firmed by the city council. They are elected for a term of three years. Several changes have been made this year in the school board. Foust Childers has been appointed to succeed Elmer Downey, Whose sudden death took place early this spring. Robert Critchfield resigned and Glen Rogers was appoint- ed to take his place. The other members of the Board of Education are Wade Free, president: Jacob Kuch, treasurerg and Miss Juliet Crittenberger. h C bc-ll. Juliet Crlttenberger. Jacob Kuch, Glen Rogers. XVude Fr 20 Arthur Campbell Superintendent and Principal Arthur Campbell, Superintendent of the Anderson schools, was graduated from high school at French Lick, Indy- iana. After graduation, he attended Ball State College and there received his Bachelor of Arts degree. His Mas-A ter's degree came from Butler Univer- sity. The honorary degree of Doctor of Law was bestowed upon him by Ander- son College. A. H. S.'s principal, Stanley Porter, came here tvvo years ago. He was a graduate of the Edinburg High School. After high school, Mr. Porter received his B. A. degree from Franklin College, and his M. A. from Indiana University. 1 DEANS When asked if she enjoyed being Dean of Girls, Miss Reba Arbogast re- plied emphatically, "I most certainly do." It is remarkable that she has this attitude after thirteen years of dealing' with members of the fair sex. Miss Arbogast has attended Indiana State Teacher's College at Terre Haute, Columbia University, New York Uni- versity, Ball State, and Butler. The education of C. D. Rotruck has been extremely varied. He has attended eight different colleges, including Wa- bash, Indiana State, Akron, Ball State, Purdue, Indiana, Clark CWorchester. Mass.D, and Vermont. When asked what he thought about his position as Dean of Boys, Mr. Ro- truck answered, "Dealing with 12453 boys gives you 1245 problems daily, Week in and Week out." C. D, Ilolruck Il I X l 3 Y 22 Nl J A t Betty June- Size-love Blul'1,:zn'L-t l'luu-r There are three hard-Working indivi- duals in the high school office Who aid in the progress of Anderson High. They are Mrs. Marjorie Austin, Miss Mar- garet Ulmer, and Miss Betty Jane Size- love. All the stenographical Work in the principal's office is done by them, they prepare the daily announcements, copy all the permanent record cards, record the grades, keep the school files. and do other Work in Mr. Porter's office. Mrs. Austin also has the task of building all the programs for Anderson High students and teachers each se- mester. 23 Presenting the winners of the current quiz programs--the teachers. The wheel of progress moves on and with it moves Anderson High. When Anderson High School began back in 1872, there were only a fewdepartments with only two or three courses under each. Today under each of the thirteen departments there are between five and twenty courses offered. For example, in the English department not only are 1B, lA, 2B, and 2A English taught, but also speech, dramatics, advanced reading, world literature, composition, remedial English and many other types. But what and where would the high schools be without their guiding light, the faculty? The English department is ably headed by C. H. McClureg the Soc- ial Science department by George Da- vis, who is acting in place of Elmer Goss 5 the Art department by Miss Wil- ma Balyeatg the Foreign-Language de-- partment by Miss Fannie Nagle, the Physical Science department by Jesse Stutsmang the Mathematics depart- ment by W. H. Brinsong the Physical Education' department by Archie Chaddg the Biological Science depart- ment by B. B. Hortong the Commercial department by Miss Katherine Brown, the Household Arts department by Mrs. Margaret Leachman, the Vocational Agriculture department by W. C. Kolb, and last, but not least the Trades and Industry department by Paul Bergevin. The faculty is made up of 88 teachers many of whom are graduates of A. H. S. There have been many changes in the faculty this year. Mr. Goss left to serve his country last fall, and Mrs. Ella Goss left early this spring to join him. Mr. Davis is head of the Social Science de- partment while Lieutenant-Colone: Goss is away, and Mrs. Vivian Maine has taken over Mr. Davis's work. Mrs. Bonylin Pflasterer is substituting for Mrs. Goss. Mrs. Mae Henry is away on a leave of absence this year, and Mrs. Helen Preston is taking her place in the Foreign Language department Mrs. Catherine Richter is substituting in Mrs. Preston's position in the Eng- lish department. Miss Dorothy Dunlap is taking the place of Miss Ruth Hill this year, and Mrs. Lashbrook is still substituting for Ralph Shields. When Miss Rosalie Hirsch left this year, Miss Mary Humphrey took her place in the Art department. Mrs. Helen Hum- phreys is substituting in the Social Science department. Robert Drummond was added to the faculty last fall and Joseph Dye at midterm. FACUll1xif1S"lY D MIGON ANDERSON JOHN P. AMICK Eronomics Social Sriencr I h Q li. S, Iowan Stale, llivd Xhril 7. 1941 REBA ARBOGAST MARJORIE C. AUSTIN Dean of Girls-Bus. Ed. Registrar-Bus. 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Niki- ' 2.4 Jim Collins, '44 Cll!.ll'!PS Bailey. Fred Bronne-nburg, '43 Donn Moore, '-ll SENIORS Itnll' Ulll' Xlmrus. Nlonlus li. . . Pre-.-tpp1'l-lirirv Xl.l4:xANman, llI"l'lllf I. . finllz-qv Prep. Na-null' Ig X-ltny Stull' I: lfornin 33 tirl lh-svrve-s -lg I.:nh. ling, Assist. 3: flu-ln. Cant:-I -t. Xrlfonn. Xluiv Xl. . .Vw-. Ilnme lic. Xl.n.l.u. I-lun. l'4H.KNIxl.IY . . Tffrlllliwfll llnu' Tum xl.l.I.N, .Lumix . , l'l'1'-.tlllll'!'Ilfll'l' xnl-.naox ,lu liuxxl' . . li1'ln'1'1rl .XNTON, EVELYN . . . College Prep. llonornry Society 3, 4, Secretary 45 Girl ltr-sc-rv!-s 1. 2. 3. -L Sc-cm-inry -6: tg Convocation Committee 3, 4: Gary trip Il: Student Council 1, 2: Student llonnvil Convention 1, 25 Sonute 2. 3: Junior Class Swcutvr Connnittuog Slu- tli-nt Forum 3, .Xnus'ruoNu, .ll'ANl'l'.a . Imsiizvsx Iill. Row Three lumzri, Bl5'l"l'Y XIAI! .... General G. A. A. 1, 25 Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3, 45 Girls Gln-v Clnli 2: Know Your Lili Linh 1. l5All.liY, BliT'I'Y 151.01512 . Businexs Ed. Know Your City Club 4. l3Au.m'. Blrrrv Rum . College Prep. Girl R4-svrvc 3, 4. Hun, .Innes l,ia0NAnn . . General Glm- Club 4. lhmlmn, Lois LAvoN . . Business Ed. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 43 Know Your City Club 2. BARNES, Emu IZLIZABETH . Geneml, Girls Glee Club 3. Inxrrl I.:-,ia-lin N4-lson. ll:-nn Moor:-. Brill- Sch- mitz. Gordon HunnuI'm'al 34 Row One BARNES, VIRGIL L. . . Pre-Apprentice Row Tum BARRETT. Dononiv NIAE . . General Girl Reserve 3, 43 Art Association Zig K. Y. C. Club 4. BEACH, HELEN P .... College Prep. Honor Society 3g Girl Reserve 35 Dan- ville Shortlmnd Contest 33 Senior Gill Committee 43 K. Y. C. Club 4. BEAL, Dmus MARIE . . Business Ezl. Girl Reserve 4. Row Three REAL. l.oLA BIAE . . Business Ed. Girl Reserve 3, 4. BEALL, I.ucu.Ln .... Business Ed. li. Y. C. Club El, 4. BNCKHAM, PAUL . . College Prep, 'I'rnck 3. ' Row Four l'rEDNVEl.L, ALICE . . College Prep. BIEHYMER. MARY Jo . . College Prep. Student Council 43 Prom Queen Com- mittee 3g Class Jewelry Committee 3. BELL, Bois . . . . . . .TeclmicaI. Football 3, 45 Basketball 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. Row Five: BIQNNE1-T, Blarrv ANNE . Business Ed. Iiizxzlmnoxvizn. JAMES B. ...College Prep. Vice President of Class 35 Student Coun- cil 33 Junior Sweater Committeeg Glen Cluh 23 Pendleton Choral Festival 2. lirfxkilzlsirm. NYM. L. . Pre-Apprenliee Insert Sir. ll. ll. llnsii-r. Mrs. Goldiu Repeller Row One llll7DI.Ii. BIIQLVIN limi. . . Gvrnwul Row Tum llll.i.MAN. l'HYl.I.Is NIARIAN . Gem-rul Liiilv Chi:-f -I: X-lluy 35 Svnula- 3. 4: J r Rifla- 1: Spuuisll Lg GI:-1' Club L. lmuzlx. l'1LIZAliIi'l'H ANN . . .GvnvruI. Choral Club 2, 3, Nm-w York mul Dm-irnil trips: Honor Socie-ly 3. -lg Glu- Club 1, giwiau., .Ima . . Pre-.Almfr-eiiliavn ball 4. Row Threw' liussslxu. NIAMAN .IANIQ . . nl'llt'l'llI llmz. Mun' V ..... lmsiiwxx Ed. Girl ll:-se-rvv 3. 4: li. Y. C. Club ll: Clef- Clnb 1. ll0luaN, l.lzi.ANn E. . . College Fran. Smmh- 3: Svivncc' Math 2. Il: Sz-uior Garb C0l'lllllllll'f' -1: .lr. Consc-rvutiou Club 3, 4. Row Four HOWMAN. KVM. l'Al'l. . College' Prep. llunor Society Il, 'lg .Ir, Ili-d Cross 4: Junior Sw:-uh-r C0llllllillt'4'1 l'iriur1- xlilfllllll' 0pm-rntor 3. lg l.ork1-r 0l'l'ivv 4. liowsmx. XYM, Dicxxx' . . HQ'lll'l'lIl St'll'llL'l' Ninth -4. limxnlfmum, bolus Nlumuan , . Gmwrul Girl llc-sz-1'vv Il. 1. 'I'i'1-xlslllw-1' I: li. Y. 41. Club Il. 4. Sl'Cl'1'l1ll'y -I: Sm-uior Garb Committee: Glu-me Club 2g llc-un Assis- luut Il, -L Row Fim' liosmunx' . . . G1'm'rnI lg liloz- Club 4. lilillllilili, BIARILYN A. . Business lid. Girl Rcscrvr 2g X-Huy 3. liu1NDUsE, DANIEL ..... Gwicml l-'oothull BIHIIRQPI' 33 Truck 3g Lock'-r Office Zi, 4g Bible Club 2. Inserl llctly HlIlllllll'S, lic-ith Watkins. Ye-ru Clayton SE IO RS zskvllmll I, 2, Ilg lftllllllilll I. 2: il-l'2l1'li lN.lll1lI1 Clulm 1, 2. I Sllls l 1, l..llrm.llul3 .Xs- .luvk lu. I-mm,,1.uu11 Row 01111 livsczu, Iilalxismzm li. . . lfnllvgv I'r1-fr. f:Alll"liN'l'lill, lhmr. . . Honor Socie-iy 3. -15 G. A. A. 3. lg Girl lfrmilmll 1: Ihmlu-tlmzull I Rrfsvrvv 1, 2, il, .lg Orvllr-sim 1. 2. Bmms'r. livlanvx Rosle . BIlSiIlt'SS Hd. Bihlm- Club 21 Art Assovizntiml 3, 4. llvkvxr, li1'Hm.I.A . . G1'm'1'ul CARI-I. ll0lllilK'l' li. . . l'1H'IlHlllHIl .lgr. lr. Cruise-vvzntimm Club 2 'S I linosxlfu. .Innes SAM . . College Prcffr. Orcllvslrzl 2. fl: Jr. ll:-ri Cross Pram Quvou f.0lllllllltl'0 .l, lmckc-1' Olllcv 4. Rum 7,hVW CAsslal.I., liomslrl' li .... Tl'l'lllIll':!l 2 . N. -1 . S , . lil lilukliljh Aung.. :hum Bmlmn Id' CAXIPRELI., XlARlAN lx. . Iinsznvxs 1511 gg 5,.m,t,. 3- 1: 41,,,,S,.- 'Xrl Assnviulilm Il. lg Girl ll1'Sl'l'V0 -lg -5. ll Svuin' .': -.' I. gl,p,-p0h 1. mstunl I, BROWN' DONNA MARIE - G"'1f""'f- CANll"lilil.I., XXVILIJABI . . Cnllryc l'rm'p RUN' TWU CAN.wAY. BURTON . . .Collvglv 1'l'1'l' ,,,l,,,,., Yr-ll lc-advl' 1, 2, 3. -lg Slllillqll Ass:-mblp 1. 2, 3, -1: EXt'L'llllVt' Cuunril 2, fl, l: Honor Society Il, 43 Se-lialv ZS, lg X-Rug. lflUlXVN, VIRGINIA XIAIZ . lfuximfss lid. lg Drumutivs Club Il, -1: li. Y. C. Club. lil'luuml,lusn. llomzm' l.. . Cnllvgv Prop. 'I'l'CZiSlll'P!' 25 Social Activities Cummil- Ari Assoriulinn -1: li, Y. C, Club li lm' 3. 4, L'll2ill'lIlllll 33 Sl'l1ll7I'Cl2lS5 l'l:lv 151-ily Ilmulyll-5, Spuuish Cluh lg llilxlr' Club 2. lg l7l'llClll2 Club lg Hi-Y 2. 3. l llulluu, lil-nm-all lil-minglun 37 l Row Om- l1A'r'r, RICHARD ll .... Cnllrgfv Ilrvp. D I Spanish Club Lg lfuolbnll l. L., CIZIUYICN, Nlnmman XIAE . Cnllvgfe Prvn Hlllllbl' Sm-in-ty Ii, 'lg fjl'l'lllNll'2l I. 2. Il Sl-if-m-v Nllllll -1: Spzmish Club 2. -I: li Y, C. Club -1: Sludvnl Assislzml R. l. CIIANIZY, BlE'I"l'Y .Il-:ANN1-1 . . G!'lll'1'ill li. Y. C. Club 4. CIIILDIES, Dnsun Nllmx . Cnllvfu' Pre-p. Sludl-nt Cuunvil lg Sci:-:lcv Nlulh 3 Truck 1. Huw Two CI,AY'l'0N, Yr-:lm l'uvl.l,rs . . Iirlwml Arl Association Zi, -lg I"I'1'lll'll tllub 22 Sub-Dvh 43 l'rnm IJ4-4'm':ltifn1s Zig Lib- rury Assistant -1, ENIURS Cmnt, Liznrmnn A. . .Pro-Apprenlivv HLIINIYIONS. lnxris lkrmlalvl' . . u4'Ili'l'lll. tllmrznl Club 3, lg Ulm- Club 2. Zig Ilunrl 1, 2. f:I.4lSSlCR. l'M'l. Xvlblllik . . Vllfllfflllllll linux Three fZoAI.1z. .lAr1K . . ..... Gvzwrul S1-unto -L X-Ray 1'l-pw-sm-Illxltivv 1. 25 Jr. llc-cl Cross 1'c'pI'os0nf:ltiv1- -I. timzuxux. lblf.-x lh"rll .... Gl'lH'l'llI Llmrzll lllllb Ii. l. N1-w York XVlll'lll'S lfuil' IS, lmliulm Slull- Choral lfc-slivzll Iluliulmlmlis Ii, Imliunn Slllll' 'l'z-uclu-rs fZ1lllYl'Ilti0ll 3. XVIAX' 3, Svuliish Hilm- flulllmlrul 4. COFFMAN, IIAROLD XV. .Prv-Apprenficz li. Y. C. Club 4. COLLINS. XV.-KRD . . Terhnivnl Cooman. DON . Terhnivul Sri:-:lcv Muib 3. tiuumzn. lisrnlau J. . . Bussim-ss Ed Inxvrl .lim Pills. Russ Shim-lals. In-nn Nlmmrv Sum NYilL'ux 38 , Row Om' Coomcn. llolxmvl' ALLEN . . Gvnerul onnuz Hmor o Ternnif-nl C f . . . . . . . . Jr. Conservation Club 1. 2. Il, -I. Sevrv- tary 3. President -1: Sz-uior Sales .L -I. COVIZRIDAIJL Mor.I.1la NAC . College Prev. Girl Rosa-rve 1. 2, 3, 4: Sub-Deb 43 5011810 43 Glu- Club 25 K. Y. C. Club 2. Row Two Cowmu., NORBIA JEAN . College Prep. Girl Resvrvc' 1. 2, 3. lg Sub-Dvb -I. Row Three Cox. HmmAN . . Vomlinnnl Cox, XvIDA IZEATRICH . . General CRAIG, Bwrrv IJIZLIII-IRTA . ..... General Row Four CRAIG, JACK livmzxn . I'1'z'-App1'e11lir'v Cius'r, Burn NIARIE . . College Prep. Slucle-ul Counril 2. 3. .lg Honor Society 3, -lg French Club 3. -ig G. A. A. 1: .lr. Color Commilteeg Jr. Swvalvr Com- nlitivc. Cnossox. CnAm.1zs SHERMAN . Var-nlimml Row Five Cnru.. HlI.DA JAUNITA . Business Eli. CVBIMINS, BETTY JOAN . nllSiIll'SS Ed. Frenrh Club 4. DALH. .Innes . ..... General Junior Rc-ml Cross 45 F. F. A. lg li. Y. C. 2. Insert lluluh Pike-. Ellf.fl'lll' Fre-vmuu. Hurry bln-1-ls. Jimmy Lou Digby , - .,A,. ,-,,.....,......, L V EW ' Row One llAr,'roN, NIARTHA JEAN . . . Genernl llANNliR. .loslal-Mime Cmiama . General Girl Reserve ll. -l, lJAmc, Romam' M. . General Band 2, 3, ei. lion' Two l?liCKliR, LIARTHA P. . . College Prep fillflllll Club 2. 3. -1, New York XYorld s lfnir 35 Indiana State Teacl1er'g Conven- tion 3. Indiana State Choral Festival NVLXV 4, National Youth Ass'n 3, Scot- tish Rite Cathedral 45 Girl's Boosters 25 Senate -45 Girl Reserve 1, 2. ltow Three lllitllilili. l'Al'l. lim li av . .General lliauoarrv. Josicvn XVM. . . General lllil.ASHMlT, f1HARl.0'I"I'li I.. College Prev. Girl Reserve -45 Laboratory English As-e sistnnt ll, 1. CNHIllH'Ill'Q'lllPlll Speaker. Row Fonr lliarixulsn, liNoI.A . . . College Prep. Girl Reserve 3, 45 French Club Il, 45 Sub-lleh -I5 Glee Club 2. lH5l.Pll. NORMAN liuuicma . . General llliMPSliY. MAlxoNNA ZWARIIE . . General Rom Five Draw, BARBARA A. . .....Business Ed. Girl Reserve 3. 4. lliuuv, JIMMII5 LOU . . College Prep. Girl Reserve 2. Il, -15 Art Association .2 Zi, 45 Glee Club 45 G. A. A. 15 K. Y. C. Club I5 Sub-Deb 4. DI1"rla0N, Lois R .... Business Ed. Honor Society 3. 45 Student Council 2. 35 Girl Reserve 45 K. Y, C. Club 2, 3. 4. 'l're:isui'er 3: President Ii: Senate 35 Social Activities Committee 3: Home Roonl Discussion Committee 4. lnserl Bill Bowman. Bette Schmitz, Conrad Guunt. Marilyn Toles SENIURS Rom One Row Tum nxux. Ymmux . . . lift'-.llIfIl'l'Il1ll'l' llRlIiS, ll0sAl.uc ...... llvzzvrnl Hrmrn' Society lg Stud:-ul Council -lg l'll'E'llCh Club Il, I: Sub-llvh lg Girl Rf-- sc-1'vv 4g Glvv Club 2. llollizlwv. lil.i.lsN l,. . . lizixiiwxx Ifrl, Y-lluy lg Girl lh-sm-i'Vv 1. 2g G. A. A. l. 'Q S4-uior Gm-lm liumluillvv. In-NLAP, Bm, ,,...., Gl,m,,.,,1 Bzxskr-tlmull 1, 23 Football I. l0NNliI.l.Y. .loxx ..... Gviwiwxl l':IiliRT. XlAR'I'HA Nl. . . Cnllvgv Prep Sulrlh-lm I1 Girl llc-sm-rvv lg Ii. Y. C. Scic-ucv Math lg Girl Ili-sa-i'vo Il. lg Suh- flhlh 2, 3, 1, llc-lr I: liiblf- llluh l. 2. liazxlal.. VIRGINIA ICLAINIQ . . G1-mfrul Imwxuum, XlAR'l'llA .IANIL . . Iivizrnzl llauul 1, 2, Ii, lg Owlmostm Zi. lg Girl lluucl I, 2, ,lg Girl llvsf-i'vv l, llvsvi'v1- I, 3, ti, -Aflfp . Rom Tllrvz' liumfi-'. Nklum 'I'umxAs . . . liz-nr:-.rl lluskvllxull l. 2, Il. ig l-'mullrull 2. I-'maNs, NI.xIslx4:.I1zAN . . . . lJz'nz'r.rI Xluuviv l. 2. Zig llomuu-rviul Club il: flu-mul! tilulr l. 12, Zig Ilrzilllaulivs Cluh .51 lllmrus 2, Slg G. A, A. IL l"maiaMAN. Gluiila .Xu-:Nl-: . . . In-lwml Svuailq- I. 23 llnlli-Liv CIIIIIDIIS lg Girl lin-- sf-rvv 1, 23 X-lluy 33 l, ll. S. l'. .X. 2. ll Spanish Club 3, l'll.l'liH. NIMH' liA'l'lIl!YN . . Iivm'r.rl Scif-m'v Xlzulh 2. lCl,l.lN4i'I'4!N, .In .Xxx . , llnllf-qw l'rr-,'v. 1ii!'l ll4'Sf'l'Yv I. 2: Ulm' llllllb l. 2. lll.l.l0'l"l', Iloxun l.l-:mx . linllvyv l'rwp. llzxvrl .lilu Dull-, Xlzurllri Ilzillnu 41 l'.l.l.lS SENIORS lmw 01,9 Row Tum FISIIIER. XYn.l,rA:iI A. . College Prep. 'Frau-lc I. 2. 3. fig Ili-Y ll, 4: Spanish Club Il. Ig Si-uior Suli-sq Bxiskelbull 1: EVANS, MMM' JANE .... ii4'lll'l'lll l-'uullmzill I: lfXl'L'llllY0 Cuuucil 33 Shul- Lms AlAlu1-: . . Cnllvgi' l'l'l'1l. Girl lla-si-rvv 1. 2: Ifuruni -l. 1-ul .Xssm-uibly Sig X-Huy ll. -1. lirl Ili-si-rvv Il, ig I"r4-in-ll Club Ilg X- lmy 4: Jr. Rod Cross l. l-'Ar.mz. .loux .... Gull:-gc l'rv1r. lli-Y il. ig S1-uzilv 2g lliflc- Club I. I l'1l'l'ZI'.k'l'NlCli. .loux li. . Cnllifgz' Prep. l'-I-SIMM -UVKNII'-K - - - ff"Hf'!l1' lI'l'i'lJ- FAIIIKAN. Nmum A. . . Collvgi' Pl'l'l, lfuutlmll l.2.1lglli-Y 2.3.-1: Drauuzitics Cliurnl Club 2. ll. l. U1-lrru! lrlp Zi. Cnnmf-rn Club 1, 2. 3. 'I'i'4-:islil'1'i'g film Club 2. Il, i. Y. l'i'1-sillvut 33 Glee Club Ni-nllisli llila- 1. WIAY IS: Girl In-svn-vv ljlul, 3' gg: lrm-um 14 3, gg, l. lg S1-nnlv Zlg K. Y. C. Club 2. fig film- Club 2: Hil'l's Boost:-rs 2. l'.-rru. llUllIill'l' lf. . College l'l'c'l1. l'll'l'Zl'A'I'lllCK. Blum' .l. . Collvge Prvp. ICNim'm"r, NIAXINIL ..... General lJr:uuulics Club 2. Il. 1: Girl Reserve 1, Lliurul Club Il, -I, Nulinunl Yuulh Ass'u R TI 'U 23 Glu-0 Club 2: X-llny -1. 4. NXLW Il, I. Iucliuuu Stull- 'l'z-:zulu-re "W "LL lnuw-ulinu Il. Ni-w York NVwu'lds Filll' K. lmliznuu Slam- Cllurul F1-stivzil 3. Nvullisli llili- llullu-rlrlil ll: film- Club 2. lf,u'Yl-:lu:i'lc, KIAIUIIEN . . llusinvxs lirl, , , 1: Mir, H.,M.',w, ll l'l.A'li'l'. lluxxxueu . . l'1'c'-Appreirlivc l"lNlll-ill. tionium li. . . Cullvgv Prup. lli-X' 2. il. I. S1-wi-l:ni'y 3, -lg llmmr Su- I I L l'1vANs. .Mm-: .... Iiuxim-.vs lid. viz-ly Il. I. l'l'4'Sl1ll'lll -lg Student Cuuucil "M", Nvuiur Gnrb filllllIlllll4'1'1 liirl ll1'Sl'l'Vl' fl. Ig llrzuuntirs Club 2. Cl, 4. l'i'vsimls-ul lg Sub Hob Club 1: file-1' Club -1: Cum- Il, Si-iuiiv 2. Il: lixi-ciitivv Cuuuvil -I: :ru Club Il. X-lluy lg Sa-uini' Class Play Cuuuuiilz-4-. lmu Ixiiu-ziiml, 'l'mu liului 42 Row One General FLHEMAN, XVILLIAINI PAUL . . Art Association 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3' FLla1'c:H1zu. Es'rlaLI.i2 . . Business Ed. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Council 2, Secretary 3. Vice President 43 Girl Reserve If, 41 Archery Club 4g Camera Club 45 IX- Y- C. Club 42 X-Ray 4. FLOWVEHS, PAULINE .... General Bible Club 43 Girl Reserve 1: Candy Counter 4. Row Two Foncun, JACK N. . . General Band 2. 3. Fomwnn. ILENE . . . Business Ed. Honor Society 3, 43 K. Y. C. Club 2, 3. 4, President 43 Girl Reserve 3, 43 Stu- dent Assembly 13 Senate 33 Annual typistg Spanish Club 2. Fosrrzn, .hex EUGENE . . . General X-Ray 43 Art Association 1, 4. Presi- dent 43 Latin Club 33 Senate 23 K. Y. C. Club -ig Lab. Eng. Assistant 33 Usher ., .3 Rum Three FONVLIER. MARY FRANCES . Business Ed. Girl Reserve Sl, 43 li, Y. C. Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Row Foul' Fox, Blz'rTY ELENIQ . . Business Ed. lfmma. Birrrv MAE . . Business Ed. Honor Society 3. 4: K. Y. C. Club 2, Il, 43 Girl Reserve 3, 4. FRIEIQMAN. lirolaxla . . Gl'llt'l'lll Rom I-'ive I-TNR. lilzrrx' .lo . . . College Prep. Honor Society Il, 43 Senate 3. 43 An- nual Stuff Il. 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2, Li: Junior Sweater Committee. tisools. .loHN NVILLIANI . College Prep. Football 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 43 Honor Society Il. 43 Latin Club 33 Annual Staff Il, 43 Rifle Club 1, 23 College Czunpus Club Il. GARllNliR. DELORIS M. . College Prep. lfieuch Club 3. 4. luserl liill Fleemun. Dan Brinduse, Martha liownurd. XVilma Sicfert, Doris Marsh Row Om' Gfuunxl-zu. Nluws l.ul'ls1a . !jull1'g1vI'rPp. flAl'Nl', lloxumm LYNN . Cnllvyc' Prep. Ili-Y Il, lg llrzllllaativs Club Il, -I, Vice Pre-side-nl I: llunvucutiuns lionlmittev 43 Urcln-strzl I: Prom llqznnnitlve- Il: Senior Harb llmmnitlw-Q .luninr Swvxulvr Com- mill:-4-. llA1'N'r. lhvln XX'll.I.lAxl . . . General Sr-:mir lg l'1x4-rutivv ilollllcil 3: Hi-Y 2, Il. I. Prvsiclc-nl ,lg llrunmtics Club 3. 4g Sc-ic-m'v Mull! Club 13 Prom Committee Il: l'4I'!'lll'll Club 3. Huw Tlllll UI-LURIEIC, WAl.L,u:1-: KVM. . l'l'l'-.llllIl'!'IlfiI'l' Jr. Cmlse-rvntiun fllllll Il, l. lllCl'HAN'l'. l.IiNVlS . . . . . General l'rnm lb:-vmuulim.: tlunnniltvv. flIl.IlliAI'l'll. Nl.un'nlal.l.ls . . lJc'm'rul Rum Tlzrrv G1l.xmlu4:. Iinwmxn zxhlllflii' . . Gemwrll llnu' I"nur linen. QFINIIN 1Gn,Momal . . Gelu'1'ul Ari Assm-lution l. 2. II: S4-nznlv 33 Cur- lvonisl for X-Huy. limzm. l.0l'lSli livm.vN . lflzxiuesx 1511. Girl llvs1'l'V1' I, 2, Il. I3 li. Y. ll. Club 3, 4. fll'.0VliN, GFRRIIE . . lirrllrgxf Prvp. Run' I-'im' liolnyxuh. Xllljlitlill l.0l'lSlC . . G4'll01'nl liund Il. l. Hmm. Nlzl.l,Hs Blu' . . liusimwx Hrl. tlnvlflx. MIRIAM lliANNli Girl ll:-sc-l'vr 2. Il, lg li Il. lg film' Clllll 2. . Bnsinexs Hd. , Y. C. Clllll 1, 2. lnxvrl Dunn llc-ck. Gvnz- l'ikv. Urban Sinmnlon SENIORS Row Om' Row Two lllU'IliNI.ANll. l,UNAI.Il li. . Cnllvge Prep. Mlldvl A"'l'lf"'l' muh 1- HALL. Bl.-SI.Clll.M RACINH . . lJ4'111'1'11l liiflc- Club l. GHINIER. Yivux flllAHl.lNli . lx'11xim'.w.v lid, l'lABlll,'l'UN. lha'r'rx' Lol' , Cnllrgv Prep. Honor Socivly 3, -lg li. Y, C. Club 2, Il: Jr, Ili-xl Cross lg Annual Slal'I'. filu'r'rlaH. lfumilasi' ..... Gem'1'r1l Football I, 2. Il: 'l'ravk I, 2, Zig Art As- sociation 1. 2, J llA5ll"l'0N. liA'i'Hi,lalax A. . Collage I1-cp. l,l'lllllllllL'S Club -lg X-llay Il, 4g Se-nalv Il, -lg Girl llc-sl-1'vv ZS. -lg Honor Sm-im-ly Ciunfi-'. -ll'lNlIlli .... , . livm'1'uI l: Band Zig llla-0 Club Zig Sn-niul' Class Glu- Club 1. 23 lliflqf Club 1, 2, Play ,lg 'l'l1vmlm'e- llonse-vvlt H. S.. N4-w Yurk. N. Y. 1. 2. liROSSliNllAClllili. WAI.'rlan li. .l,I'l'-,l1l1I. lfimlball l, 2, Il. l. IIANN.-ufomn, llmumx . . Collage Prop. Stull:-nl Council 2, Zig l':Xl'L'llllVlT Cann- cil Zi, l, l'1'f-side-111 lg lirlitoi' ul' X-llay 'lg lhua, .Mules l.l-:la ..... lienernl Vice- l'l'1'Sldt'Ill al' class 'lg l,l'ZlllllillL'S Il, film' Club Zig Blmlm-l Airplanm' Club lg lg Hi-Y 2, Il. -lg Honor Sucia-ly Il, -1, Prmn Connniltz-0 ll, 'l'r:-asim-r lg Sm-natv l. Row Three llAnaAm:1u2. XYIIALA . . . lfaxiavsx lizl. Student Council lg iiirl llcsm-i'vv 3, lg li. Y. C, Club 2, -l. llARlJXYll.li. llrsslal. liimiam-L , Genera! liziskvtball I, 25 Fuulball l, 25 Glas' Club 2. Zig Choral Club 3. ,lg Ili-Y Il, -1, Yiun- l'1'4-sicle-lit Zig Annual Slafl' Ilg Sm'- l'l'l2ll'y ul' vlass fl, llfufr, l'Al'l. llugllmm . . Gcliurul SL-niur Carb llUI!llllllll'l'. llAL'ifl-'. l1llAlll.liS lilmlssr , . G1!IlL'I'fll Football l, 2, Ilg liaska-tball lg Spanish Club ,lg .ll'. Cons:-rvalian Club 2, ll. Iuxvrl llolnris liarclnl-V, llulli Cllripl, w i 45 Huw tml' Huw Tum Row Thrw ll.un'l.x', 'l'nl,vx Nl Xl . . Ir11.vim'x.v l"e1, llrmns, M un' .Mm ,... lil-nrrul 1' X X l " 'K' 4'il'l Ih'x1-l'x'4- l n, .... ...,.,l . , HIINII. .luzn llxnuux . l'rv-.lpl1l'1'1:l1'wv ll:nslu'lh:nIl l, 2, lln.rsm.umx. Nunux .Il-Hxxxn. . firmwfl liiblr fzlllll I1 li, X, II. Club 2: 4l:uu4l,x fllllllllvl' -L lllxxmy Nunn llXll.I. . li1:.vu1r.w !if1, Nl'IlZll4' Il: liirl Il:-sn-rvr I: X-Huy l. llu4.1mxr. AlAmaAnwr IE. . . Iiusiness Ed. ,Xrt Assoviulirnxg llc-pre-smlizllivv 3, 45 flll'l lla-sl-rvf' 1: Sub-IN-h Club 45 Dvzm .Xssisluul -13 0l'I'ic'1- Assishmt -1. Iluvr'r'r. Moxf. JUAN . . linxinexx Ed, liirl Ilvse-rvr rig Ari Association 4: I-'ushiun In-siglx filub tg Dc-an Assistant -I l. llx.x'r'r. .loux BIIZLVIN . I'rrA.4lpprvntir'e I- ulio Flub 'R Ilnu.. NANCY . . . . . Cnllvyv Prep. N-nzuv 2. 3, I. 'l'rvus11r1-r Jig llI'lllll1lflCS 11. lg llouor Sorivly Zi, -lg Girl llvscrvs- H"'N""1""- WWW5 - ' 4 - '5"Hf""'l I. 2. Ci. Ig l'Q1'll1'lllL.'I lllub l Eg X-lluv lx. '5l"4' fllllll I3 Hiflf' filllll 2. Ig flillllll' Couulvr -lg Ulm- 1Ilub2. llxu., lionmvr H .... College Prep. Hi-Y 3. 45 Honor Society 3, -ig Svnuh' 2. Zig Spanish Club 45 Dram Assisiunt Il, -lg l.0L'kPl' Offivv 3. , Il1'rlz,Vmr:INu . . . . lIulIvga'I'1'rp, Svllllft' 3, 4, Secretary 45 Girl Rvsvrvv l, 2, 3, -lg Choral Club 23 lil:-r C1ub 2. llons0N. Blavlsunx' .ll-:AN . . . Gruerul Prom Quron Attcmlauxt Zig ti. A. A. 1. lluovmx, llulucm' lf. . 1'l'v-.lppnuxlirv lnsvrl .luck Soma-r. N4-wlnu Simpson 46 1531: 5 I riff-s52,,,.1.v.a.,.y,,iu,,,,,,.,1a1........2,,.E,. AW.. .M ,Ii-5-55 M .U 1 Row One lloslax, l'Zu.uu.Es . , Pre-App:-entire ll0S'l'Ii'1'LliR. ltolslalvr li. . . College Prep. ltund 2, Il, -tg Radio Club 3. Hrnsox, blAltY Amcziz . . General ltuw Two llftilllil.. .lANlsT ...... lienerul lfrvncli Club 35 Orchestra 1. lll't-HIQS. VERA M. . . Business Ed. lh'xusi.ias. Bm-'rv .Iia.4NN1z . liusinesx lid. llonor Society 3, 4g Girl lte-serve 3, 43 library Assistant 3, -tg Dt-un Assistant fl. Glu: Club 2g Prom Committee 3. Itnuv Three lll'X'l'ZINtililt, lto1.l.,xxo 0. . Teclmivul Itr'r'roN, liliUHliIANNA . . College Prep. Honor Society -tg tl. A. A. 1, 2, lt. -Lg Senate lg 0l't'llt'Sll'it l. 25 Girl l'tese1'vL- lg Science Nluth lg Latin Club 35 Sub- llvb -l. vm lll"l"l40N. lxliNNli'I'll ll. . Ilusiness lid. lluskt-tbnll 1, 23 Football 1, 2. Row Foui' Humax, 5lAHtiliRY li, . . College Prep. Sunute ll, 'lg "Little Cl1iet"' Stull' 49 Lab. ling. Assistant 3, 45 Urzunutics Club 2. 33 Sub-llvb 43 Librziry Assis- tnnl Zig Bible Club 1, 2, Il. Vice Presi- dent 2g li. A. A. lg Fl'l'IlL'll Club 2g Girl ltrsvrvl- Il. Rum Five luis. JACK . .... College Prep. Student Council 2, 33 Science Math 3, -1, President 'lg X-Ray 4. .l.u:KLm', BH'r'rx' ANN . . . General Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President -4. .lull-ps, Nuinu Louisia . . . lieneml Art Association 3, -tg Glee Club Zig Fas- 1 hiwn lla-sign Club 4. Insert Cllurlt-s l'ri4-st. .lnbn ltilt-y, lltlXlllUlltl l'l't't'llIl 47 ,Q-,gm-,.-............... fi. 9 ...3..i......-.Q-.. ,. ---?FQ....,?f-za-1 .iwl-Q.-iw..v sew. " ' xi'-1. 4,-2 ' .' .. f " - - f f' 2' f ,, , - - - A ,.. .,,,, ' -1 " M Q: E'1-,',.j45. A ll QFtPW"'9!S'!!W?f!Q+H'-Y - A .2 I X N b Rum Om' .IouxsoN, Oniam. XI ..... lieiwlvil Shun- llzind ullrl l'1lI'l'll'lL'lZlll Il. I: Muile-I .Xii'plum- Club I. 2. Si-i'r1'1ui'y 2: 51'll'lIr-' Math I: Prom Colnlnillvi- II: lliflc- Iilulr Zi, .lmlNs'mA, .lumix ID. . .llollrgv l'i'f'p. Sm-nulv Sl, Ig X-lluy 'Ig Coll:-gv lllillllllls Illulm II: Spanish Club 2. I: Zsciuin-H Nlailll I: llzuliu lllulr Zig lIiI'lo Iiluli 2: Mlm' Clllll I. .IuNias. li.uu4AuA A. . . linllvgc' l're'lI. lixc-culivi' CIlllllL'll I. Sl'l'l'I'lIll'j' 4: Sa-- ri'i'tury ol' tlluss 2: Hunm' Socii-ly Sl. 1: X-Huy ,Ig Anmnil Stuff Il. Ig Il:'unmIir'a Illuh I: Sc-nate 3, 'Ig lIi'zulim.5 Ill:-rk 4, .lssislnnl llvzulinpr Cla-rli II: lfrc-m'l1 llluh Z! I, 6' 1-:'i-lury-I11-usirx'1-r I: lxutiu Illuz Ig Girl's llunsli-rs lllulr I. 23 Girl liv- mrvi' I. 2: I"u1'um Il, I. Vivi--l'l'e-sicli-iii Ig Social Avlivilivs Iiinnliiittvc- I: l'rum 1:lll1lIIlllll't'fl Hum Tum .IoN14:s, llmurrilx' I. ..... ti:-m'1'ul llminr Sncii-ty 24. I 5 .I i'. Mu-:ite-I' 12011.- imm-4-Q htuilvnt Council I. Juxias, Numm II. . Ifiixinusx ifil. hurl llI'hI'l'YI' Il. .inx1.:,. I'.xL'l. X'l.imim . . huiivrizl .Xlzuuul Slufl' I. 2. lfnw 7'lll'l'l' .ll'l.Il'S, .Il-:AN Ii .... lfulli-gr' f'I'l'lI. llIlllIDl' Siwivly Il. I. YlL'1'l'l'4'NlllI'I!l IZ N-nmr Lluxs I'I:i3' I: I':'um Qui-rn M- I:-mlunl Zig X-ll-ny Ig lll'IIlllilll1'S tlluli JI Ig Vluss Plny Ilmumittvi- -I: Si-niw' llnrli I'4m'miIIm- I: l"m'um II: Iiivl Ili-- svvvf- I 2. Il I. xvlfl'-l,I'I'Yllll'lll I: SM'- nle- II: Il'-wlf l"x1-lmi1-fi- 'I I: Sub-Il--b I.'u'1 I: ll:nrl I: I-I4-v 1. ul: 2. li.-Xll.IIN. I-'.a'rHl-'uuxia .I ,,., liviwlvll I- .L A. I 2. il, I. l'l'I'YlIl"'ll1 .lswiwl 'nl Phys. lfrl Ilv-nur-Iliwiil Il. I. lu-1i,l,uw. NI:-:Liu . . Ifnxim-xx 1511. limi' Foul' In-.i.i.i'M. Ilrnlanu' I. ..... Gem-rn! Glu' tlluli 23 Jr. lie-ml Cross I. Rum Five lirMMluu.lxu. lll"I'II Giaxiawi . Gwivivrl lilMMlfm.iNia. SIIIHLHY CARI. . G0m'i'4ll Display Crmllnitlc-1' I: Art ASSUl'l1lIlOll Q I I, L. Ig Lnvkifr Assistant Ig Uslu-I' l. L., Ci, I: Prom Ili-vumlixlg Ilunilllitte-v ll. Iiisipun. Dos ICi'maN1a . General lnxvrl llI'l'llI'll'4' Nlulclu-II, Doris XIZIVSII ,. 2, ...1- I. SENIORS Rum One lilxu. ll0NAI.D linwsuur . . Tvz'Iu1ir'ul .luuinr Cmiswvatiuil Club 2, Il. -I, Vi:-v l'rl-x. Clg l-'uulllull 1. 2, lilll-lli. lil-1IlNIlfIi .... lirrsilwsy Iirl, Girls .Xllllvlic .xSSUl'lIlllllll 1. 2g Glen . ., . Lluh -. .l. liuxia. liliNNli'l'Il A. . Pre'-.lpplwlzliwv Airplzuu- Club I. lik.-XMI-IR, Cuu. 'I' ..... Ter-Iiuival .luniur fl0llSl'l'Yllll1Hl Club I, 2g Or- clu'sl1'u l. lim-xl-:n.uz. Ynu..a IMNNA . . General lirux, fililllilili 'I' .... Cullvgc Prep, Sci:-nrv Nlulli lg Svuinu' Hill Conuuil- ls-0 -1. Row Tum Row 'l'lu've l.liIiVIili, NlAlQY NI .... liuxinvsx Ifri. LAND, l"RANs:lzs L. . . Cullvgc Prrll, lliblm- Club l, S1-cn-lury l. Know Your City Club 2, Il, -4. 1.1-zmuxlm, hu-:Nia Bl ..... liz'm'ruI liauul 2, Zi. lg liuuw Your Cily ll. 45 In 5. H In Q . I . ,. Bible- Club Il. lg Ik-si-'lu-rs Club ll: WWX Umm Gemini XYushinglun 'I'rip lg ll:-:nii's .Xssisluul l. Ili-Y ll. lg Huucu':u'y Suviviy Zig hwc-:lla-1' Cululuiltvv Ii: fl1lllll'l'2l Club l. LIENNIS, NYANIIA l.. . . lfuxiuvxs 1541. riivl IM-sz-1'vvs Zi. lg Sluslvnl Council 4g I..xwI.mi, l',xl'l.lNia . . Gl'1lt'l'!ll Know Your City Club Il. l: Ulm- Club 25 lloniu' Suvis-ly Il. l: S1-uiur Gift Crun- nnitlc-0 ll. l..xws0N, .IIQAN . ..... Iiumwul Slumlz-nt Council 2g X-Ray Stull' lg Girls Lizxz. llANllil. .luslavil . f'I'l'A.llI1Pl'l'1llil'C .Xllllf-tis' Assuviulizui 21 Juuifu' Colm' - lu.wrI -- I. lluln-rl NlvI.:uu, Dun Nh-.XVI Csuuniillu l 49 SENIORS Huw Uni' Row Tivo l.ii1li. Mun' XVINIFIUQII . . . General ,NL ,h,,,,A,.,, yin . I p,.,,,Ail,I,,,,.,,,i,.,. ilirl ll:-s01'vc-s 1, 25 Studi-nt Council lg film- Club 1. Ii.ox.xlu:. Xlulxl-1 iilflll . . . livm'ruI l1'fNf'f"'i"- 'i""3N Mulffi-W - Q Gl",'e'1"f Nillllvlli Cunnril llilmnninglum, iIlli.i H14 -5: 1-,i.l'1'4l53 ii 5i!lfh'lli i"'lllN"l 3- K3 liirl ll:-sm'l'vv ililonlningtmi. Illlliilllill lmfck 33 xwf' Irvs- Ol. Ilffwf' Room 1' 1: H. y. 4' I- .L ig llouslvl' Boys Malt- .L l.l:x'1. .Xm.ox I.l'xsr'onn. lIAlm1.n 'l'nmxAs . Iiciwrul lli-Y Sl, lg Siurlc-nl Counvil I. YI'.NI. . . fi4'm'l'r1l Xlc..Xn'r, llurczla A. . . . Collrge Prep. Hand 2 IN2, Si, -lg Him- Club 25 Choral Club Jig Ili-troit 'l'ri mg re: of Jun' ' l I L is nn isxruunl-., ll,uun.n Xl..l'r1'-.lp111'1'l1lir':' Classg lli-Y Ii. ig Junior lied Cross Club -I: .Xirplanv Club 23 Latin Club 23 Orrin-sira Il, lg S1-niur Class Play Cmn- lniltvs- i. Il.orn, l"N.KNl.l5 . . l'l't'1ijllll'I'llffl'1' Hour Tlirvc Illl'l-lllillilvl, SliIlll.I-.Y Xl. . . Iivnrrul 5I.3M,',-4 lynx plum . l Colfvge Pwn- liaml I. 2,1 Nla.i0I'1'li4' ll fi, .X. A. I, 23 liancl 2 I-2, Ii. lg Ulm- Club 2g Choral N4-wswriii ' " IIIK Stall I. Club I. 2, NYLXY lnriianapolisg Vim- Prvs. of Soplxumorv Class 23 K. Y. C. Club 2, 3, Vice Prvs. 2, Pres. 33 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, -l, trvus, Zig Dranmiius Club Jig Minstrel Show 13 Glen- Club 1, 2g Latin Club 2, Secretary 25 Rotary Spa-vi-li Conti-sl NvillIll'l' 3g Junior Prom Cmnniitim- 33 School 'l'al4-nt Prograun 1, 2. 3, -lg Assistant to Mr. Stole-r Zi. -ig Or- rln-sira Il, -lg X-Ray Arlvvrlising Slafi' 2, If: Studi-ni Council 2. Xl1:CAn'1'Y, THOMAS . Vnv. .irgrif'i1Ilurv Sian- Champion in Corn Judging 23 National Champions in lloard's Dairy- nian Conti-st 23 Madison Couniy's Dairy .luslgzing Chinnpions Ii: National Yugi-- tablr .ludpring Conte-st at Chicago 3: Stan- Champions in Apple- Judging -lg XYou Vor. Ag. li-ilvrs 2, Zi, -ig F. F, A. 1, 2. Zi, ig You Ag. Baskviball l, 2, Zi, -ig XlCCl.l7RIi. li1'N.4 Mn' .... General Drum Majorvttv Zi. -lg Annual Art lirli- ior 3, 49 li. Y. C. Club 2, 3. -i, trvas, -ig Art Assn, Il, -ig Girl R4-sl-1'vf-s -i. NlcCoim, CIIARLIES li. . I'1'1'-.ipp1'1'11li1'e Ilmnc-rnnln Pr:-Sidi-ni i. Insvrl Sain Norris, Bill Yan Dyk:- 50 Row One NHTCORMACK, B121-Tx' Ii. . Business Ed. Row Two M1:FAm.Axn. Dolus .... General Scif-:lcv Math. 2. Zi. il. Se-C. 3. lg Svnato 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. SICGINNIS, Lum M. . . Business Ed. MGKEE. Ax.la'rll.x JANE . . . General Bible Club 2, Il, lg K. Y. C. 4. R 0 IU Three M1:Kla1.v1zx'. X'IDA E ..... General Sm-nate 4: Scivncc Math -lg Girl Reservi- 2. 43 Girl Reserve Dramativ Club 23 film- Club 2 fupervttal. 3lCl.AlN. Ronswr XV ..... General Bzmrl 3. lg Orvlwslra 43 Football 1. 23 Track 2. Il. 'ig Science Math Club lg Cross Country 3. 4. NImz5I.ul,xN, Graonuia Y .... Gene:-nl lli-Y 2, 3. -lg Drunlatic Club 1, 2. 3, 45 Latin Club Ilg 'l'r1-asurer of Freshman Class: Debate 2. 'lg F1-ncing Club 25 Annual Staff Il, 4. Row Four Bl4'3lANnanI,I,. FRANK . . Buxinexs Ed. Cumnxercial Contest at Cf-niral Normal Cnllvpzv at Danville- 23 Comma-rcial Con- Q4-st al Muncie Ball State' College 25 .luniur Red Cross rl, NIAlnsoN. CLARENCE R. . . . General Band 2. 35 Orchvstra 1, 2g Sign Mako:- for Ari Ronin -1. NIAIN, llflNAl.D li .... College Prep. lli-Y Il, lg Dranlalivs 4. Row Fim- NIALUNH, NIARY li,x'l'HRx'N . . General Honor Sorivty 3. 4: K, Y. C. Club 2, Il, ,lg Si-nior Girl lim-serve 43 Senate 4. M.u.x', Anime ANN . . Buximfss Ed. MANIS. lf'l'I'lliI. IRIZNIZ . Iiusinexs Ed. film- Club I: Se-c'y-irc-as. or Home room Inxvrl liuln-rl llosll-llvl', llollonll lllllllZlllQ.f4'I', John Johnston Uff'7TA'T""' ' :rv- " " ' --' -----W ---A 4...... i '72-flfifiyg i lfflll' Um' Nhxls, ill-:max . . . . liuxincss lfrl. Ilmalis Assiplzmi Sl. I. NIAHSII. Horus . , 194-gprnl XIVIYZIII-l'li'l'. Ilianxllzl-1 Y. . liilxilwxx 1511. tlhnrnl Club Ii, lg li:-ginn 'I'hl'e'1' Musin- lf:-siivnl Zi: Imliuim Slain- ,I'l'ilt'll4'l'S Klon- wniiun 3. lg Um-iruii Trip Sig N1-w York 'l'rin lg Glu- llluh 2: Slumle-ni tjnum-il Ii: .Iuniur liirls Swe-atm' llummiiiw- Il. Hull' Tllm N.x'l'l4,wxi,xN. l1u.uu.l.s D. l'rv-.ipplwrlli:-Q' Ifmlllmll 2. Sig Wusliiiigtmi Trip lg .lun- inr Sv:-ul:-r llummiiia-v Zig .luniur llvml truss I. . xlA'l"l'lIlLNY. liomam' A. . linllugf' I'rcp. Ili-Y Ii. lg llunur Semin-ly Ii. lg Drunmiirs tiluh lg Shulvnl linuncil 3. 1, l'l'e'sidvni I: lixi-viiiivv tlnuncil lg Class Pluy it Nuinmul Minh-ni Luilm-ll 1.UllVl'llilUIl 1, Xl.x'i'x1ulual'i', l'llx'l.l.ls 0. . llnllvgv I'l't'1J. liihlv l.luI12.Zlg lx. X. L. I1 .Xri Assn. l. Hull' Tlll'l'4' Nlsu'ii, XX'Al.'i'lan lim' .l1'. . . Ymg Au. Ifmviimll 1. Ii. I: l-'ulurv lfurnn-r Allwri- fun I, 2. Zi, lg 'l'mvk 1: lluskn-ihull 1. Z'. ii. lg tiurn Ilusking Sig .Xpplv .lllth-Lili,-1 I4-:mi I. Nl,uwl-:l.l.. .Lumix l,. , l'lv-,ipln'i':1lir'1' 'lim-k 2. Ii. i. Xl.KXXYl'1l.l.. Nliuuaiznx' NIM-1 . . liumwazl Huw Ifunr Xllikt-lllfk. fil.ARlCNi1l'1 l'. . . Tnwlzizir-ill lfimilmll 1. 2. Ii, lg 'i'rm'k 2. Ii. lg lnivr- Hlurs lfunilulll X Bilskvilxull Zi. Nlmus. Nl.xn'rl1.4 Lol' . . . . tium':'uI Girl lh-si-l'x'v 2. Zig .Xri .Xss'n. Ii: Sub-lla-ii Linh lg .Iuniur Ili-d llrusg I, MIil!HIl', ll.u.i..xs Iiuvn . firm'r:nl lfuuv lfim' Nlmzqaiclc. l'll,lZAllIi'lIl .Xhx . . H4-nvrul Girl livsc-i'vv I, 2: Sc-nulv Zig Junior Rod Cross I. i lnxvrl Ill-li-n Mmlis, llurnlliy Slinson, lim-ilh Watkins 52 SE Row One Mlzvmc. Romain' F ..... . General Band 1. 2, 3. -15 Art Assn. 1, 2, 33 K. Y. C. Club 1, 2g XVashington 'l'ripg Camera glub 23 Junior Red Cross -13 Orchestra Mn,HoN, liuvm . . College Prep. Senate 4. 3llI.l.IiR. Illarrla ltvru .... General Girl Reserve 1, Il, 45 Senate Zig Junior Rell Cross ,lg Sub-Deb Club -I. BllI.I.ER. CHAm.1as I.. . . College Prey. Dramatic Club ZS. -1, Presirlent 113 Sen- ate 3, 4: Spanish Club 23 li. Y. C. Club Ili High School WINIDIANUQ Senior Class 1' ay 4, Mnman. Fman C. . . General Boys Glee Club 2, 4. NIILLIER, .IIQAN A .... College Prep. Glen- Club 2, Ii: Operetta Zig Honorary Society 3, -lg French Club 4. Vice Pres. -lg Girl Reserve 1, 2. Il, -l: Subflleb -ig Senate 3, I. I 0 Row Two NIILLS, CLAluzNt:lc . . lienernl MlTt:nia1,I., Dos R ...... Iienerul tlhoral Club 3, lg Cl:-e Club ll. .lg Opt-- elta 33 New York XVorlcl's Fair Zig War- ren Central Ilg Seoitish Rite .tg Arl Club 23 Annual Class Ii, 3ltlHl,liR, Mmmtu lfmxtilas . Cfllllllll'I'l'ltll tllee Club lg Spanish Club 25 Operetta l. Mooma, CARL DEAN .,... lienerul Hi-Y 2, Il, -lg President ol' Class 2. Il. lg Secretary ot' Class I: Honor Soeiety il. lg Executive Couneil 2, Ji, 1: Student Council Convention 2, Il, I. RS Rum Three Klomux. lil.lz.uxlc'x'll lt. . College Prep. xll'l,Vlllll.l,, Xml. lf. . . College Prep. lhnnl 1, 2, Zlg Orchestra l. 21 Stamp Club lg Seienee-Math 1: Senate -I. Nlvicns. Ross lii.w,mn . Pre-,tpprenliee Nlil-1Ill,lil'i, XYll.Ll.ul l"ltlElll-ZNICK . Genernl lnxerl Nlartha libert. llollantl lluntzfnger, Tom .Iaylor ,X -' J HI? I 53 SENIORS lfuur Om' Ram Tum l'lal-ZKI5, XVILLIAM EARL . College Prqp. Ihnmr Sm-in-ty 3, -lg Home R15llllLl,lS- uussinn Cmumillvc -I: Junior-.'1-nior 0'.X'ml,1,, Nll-ZLYIN . ,I'1'z'-.lpp1'en1im- Prom Invitation COIIllllllll'0 Ii: Physics l,nb. Asst. to Mr, Stolvr 45 Cmnmoucv- nu-nl Sp:-ukcr. Nl-1l.SUN. l,l-pllallm . . , fIuIl1'gn' 1'r1'p. , , . H , lixm-sfulivv lllllIlll'll 25'Slu4le-ull tluuuvil I. glflfllllxjnl"Y""'ATf'.HN"l,1g:g2:nsili I,HNm,:' l,:HMIm.rH imma!! . Couvgt, p,.L.l,. " hurl lh-sa-rvv I' hlrls liunsh-r Lluhl "-'flllll 4 Hill I B H . 1 , -3 I. 1 1. ' .-I -5 at WM .,g.,,,N,,.,,f. ,. ,r,,,,,,,.1,,,i,m ,-Umg sl-1100115 fa. .x. A. :x fuum-iff cu-nn-mag M1311 NNUIF 5-, - Sfllflm Lvlllla' -- "" . " - ' -A ' ' l'r - Iluulu ll-ll Ilrnss lh- mr:-so lutivc Il. l: 5"l""'ll"'y 'll M- A55L'l"hlY 31 Iaxw' ""l""' l- ll"1"'H'l'1'5 mul' l' Ulm 1 I n livv tlnuuvil -1: Club llmmuittvv VI: rllmrnl tlluh ll. -lg National High S:-honl Clmrus. Los Amin-la-s ll: Iudiunu Shih' I-U-1 H M, - ...IAI fu .-1 Clmrul Fvslivall 3' Iucliunu Stanh- lillll-fllll filulllll, ,tg lmin lllub Zgufllitlllqs 'lf1'1l1'l11-IN CUllf'f'Ylll0l1,3ll SQQIUSII llih' fglw. mul, 1. 3: gum. 'l'4.m.1,,.,-S Ass,,l.ia, f.1ltll1'1ll'Rll Ig hloc Club .lg lulrl Rvswvl- ' V lim, gg: yvw York mu. 'I-rip 3. I, Il, I. l'rnp:r:uu Clluirluml 33 G. A. A. Pl'.'li'l'Ii?Yll.l.l-1, lil-11g'l'vl .ENNX .I ."1l'lIl'l'lill ' lg .lunlior SXYPIIIUI' Cmmuiltcu Zig Scuim' iir 1-sc-rvv Z., 2. 1 i, '. 1, lux Ig 4114.55 Play, liirls film- Club 2, 1. I'."'r-3l.' N. Ii, 'ML' ll. . l"'-.l11' li" 'l',l::c.LtzU U 'Xu H 'Hen H l'mmY. NIARJOHIIZ . . . . Gvncrul Iiirl llvsvrvc 13 G, A. A. 1. V I'l-:'rlznsoN, .loux Plzwlzu . C0114-gc' Prvp. Yu-:xvl,l.x. XY. ll. . . llrlxlllzwx lial. Row Threa- l,li'l"l'IIl0Nli, XVAYNIZ li. . Cullvgc Prep. l'l-Lula, Il.-xxx lilcl-11114: .... G!'1li'1'lIl llllllll'I.l Club 25 Usb:-r 2, Ii: Junior Inxgrf llmzkoslnx, N.-KIPINIC .... Ht'llt'l'lll IN-lirv 23 .luniur Sw:-:mlm-1' Clllllllllllfll' 3: St'll'IlI'l'-xllllll 2. I1 li. Y. 11. Club 4. Sl'lllI!l' liurb fimuxnittvu 4. .lznvk l:lll'k'lllll. Virginian Gross '-J Z 54 Row Om' Piuuiamxo, CAuol,x'N J. . College' Prep. Choral Club 3. 'lg GI00 Club 1, 25 Girls Boosts-r Club 1. 23 Latin Club 3: Stu- cll-nt Council 1, 25 Indiana Stale Choral F4-stival 2, 3. -lg Operctta 23 Pu-gion Il National School Vocal Association l"c-stival 25 Indiana State Tracllers Con- vrntion Ilg Svnatr flg Girl lla-serve 1. 2g Now York Trip Zig Scottish Rite Cathr- drnl 4, PIKE. RALPH Iinwuom . . Gelwml l'i1"rs, .lmnas A .... Collegv Prep. Boys Cla-r Club -lg Consrrvation Club Z1 Iiaskvtball 1. 2g Football 45 Track 3, -1, Row Two Prrrs, KAY ....... General Girl Rc-servo 1, 2. 35 Girls Boosts-1' Club 25 Student Council 3. l'on'rlan. NIARY KATHRYN . . Gvnerul Posiav. HliI.liN MAH . . Bllsilwss lid. Itow Tlirve l'o1'Tlau, lEI,ixAn1a1'u A .... Gl'lll'I'tll Stamp Club lg Clrr Club 3. 4. l'ulac:l'l-. llAx'MoNn . . . Business If:I. Honorary Socivty Il. -lg Student Couuril lg Iliblo Club 1. 2, 3. 4. l'r4-simlc-nt 3: li. Y. C, Club ,lg Cleo Club lg L'she-r Ii. 'lg Forum 3. lmlasslau. OPAL MAE . . Var. Ilomr Er. Row Four l'mmn'. llomairr lixxsriax' . . Gl'lll'1'fll 1 Claw- Club 1. 2. Band 1. 23 lliflr Club L. Il: Art Club 1, 2. PRll2S'l'. CIIARLIES B ..... liezwrnl Art Assn. 1: Biology Asst. l'm1'm:u,um, MASON li. . I7I't'-rl1IlIl'l'llfil'!' Row Five 1lANnAi.1., lirolslz 'l'IiMPI.lE . . Gvnvrul llalln Club 2. 3. View PWS. 2. Il: Vict- Prvs, Home Room 23 'l'l'1-asilm-1' 3. Insert Hubs-rt Kellum. Vance Simmonds L. ll. N4-well. liob Shartz iris' ' H 24.42, ---,4,.2,.,2.-. ....'2 .... ..- A 4- 24.43. Rum One llIilllllN, fllillklili Runnin' . Pre-Apprenlice Football 2. Il, 4: 'l'l':u'k 2, 3, 43 Fool- lmll Gump 2, 3. -I. Row Tum Ihamcx, xVIl.llliR'l' . . lianvrul lhalsn. lCvlam'N llmus . . Bll.Tllll'S.Y Ed. li. l'll'0NVll'S Officl- Asst. 4. limllNu'roN, li1aNNla'rH . I'rv-Apprenlive Row Tlzrvv lll-IYNULIDS, NIARY liI.lzAmz'r1l . Gc'm'rul Ihand 2, Il, lg llilmlv Club I, 2, 3, tl, l'T'1'Slll1'lll -l. llIll'I.I-I, MAH . .194-m'ruI liuiluulmsus, N,x'r1l,xN . Pre'-,lfrlzwllliwv Buys lil:-u llluh Zig Cllurul Cluh Il, l. Row Frnu' llu.m, .Inns lhclunn . . !irm'ru1 lhmnms. R0llliR'l" ll. . 1'rc'-.l1111l'1'l1lir'1' Sllumls-nl f:0lllll'lI -I, limusu'rs. RIQNA J. . lhrxilwxs linl. hurl llvsvrvz- 2. Il. , Row Fim- lloczu. ANNA l.0us12 .... Genvral llunurary Sm-ie-ty Il, 4: S1-unto 43 Girl lla-se-rvv -l. linux, JOHN . .General Svlulh- -I. Ilonlamv, JACK lflnwum . . . Gem-ral lfuulhull 2, ll, -tg 'l'rm'k 45 Choral Clulx lg Buys Glu- Club 2. -1. Ins er! Clmrlvs Miller. Gmwlon Hunnuford, lfurrvst Hyun. Puul Hurt . SENIORS R ow One Hill-Illl.. lllixux' CAIII. . PIT'-.IlIll1'l'l1fiI'l' llmu-'. Nmnu i1llAlll.lCNli . Cullvgv I'I'1'p. l.l1ur:Il Club 2, IL 15 Se-Iuilv Il. 45 llmiur uri:-ty IS. I5 Girl llvswvvs 1. 2, Il. -15 Yulimml Music CUllVl'llti0ll iII Ili-troll '5 Nvw York XYoI'lml's Fair 35 R4-gimi 3 Yuliuiml Scluml Yovul Ass'n Fvslivul '5 Illlllllllll Stale- 'I'e-uclu-I'5 CoIIv4-IItinII ig llllilllllll Shih- Cliurul l"c-stlvzll 2. .45 XYIAX' 2, -i5 Nuliuiml Youth ASS.Il Il: NI-oliisli lliln- Cullu-clI':Il 15 Sl'lliUl' liurb l.uIIIIIIitle-I- 4. llosla. ANNAIIIQI. .lACQl'lil.lNli . lieiwiwl X-lluy Stull' 35 Svllilil' il, -15 Girl lla-- sn-I'vI-s 2. Sl. llnI'Iu'm:Ie, ll,xI.I-II liI.I.Is . llollvyv Prvp. Nlucli-ul Ailili-lim' Nlilllllf-il'l' 2. 35 Hi-Y 2. l. I5 Siumlvul Cuuucil I5 X-Huy Il, Row Two llorsu. lll5.'1'rY .IIQAN . . Gt?llt'I'lll ROXYIL. VIRGINIA MAH . . Gvlzvrul Rvlmlurw, LliI.ANll CRAIG . . Tv1'II1Iir'ul Studvnl Council 35 C0llS6'l'V2lll0ll Club 1,25 Sexism' 35 Senior SNYl'2iit'l' Com- Iuittrvg Mr. Lindsi-y'S nl'l'ice- 1. RYAN, llIz'I"rY JANE . . Cnllvgv Prvp. Iluw Tlirvc RYAN, l:0RHliS'l' S ..... lieIIeI'uI Sf-Iiatv 2, ii, 4, I,l'l'Sldl'lll 45 X-Huy Slufl' 35 Latin Club 25 "Little Chiel"' 45 Lockvr 0I'l'irI- Ass'l 3, 45 IHSPA Cun- vonlion 115 l70I'lllll Il, I: Butli-I' Fic-ld Day 3, SAMPLE, liIa'1"I'x' l,IaIc . . liiisilivxs lirl. I'I0ll0l'1il'y Souix-ly Il, 45 Stulv CUlllllll'l'- vial CUIlt9Sl5 19405 X-Buy Sluil' .45 .luiiior-Sz-Iiiur Sw:-aim' Cuiiiliiille-vp Can:- e-ra Club 45 li. Y. C, Club -lg D4-IiII's .Xssislzuil Il. I5 H. A. A. l. SAIuzIaN'I', GIaRAI,nINIa EI,Iz,xNoIx . liI'm'I'nl S.wAuIa, .IUANNIQ ll. . . Cnllvyv Prep. Girl R1'S4'l'X'l' 1, 2, 15 film- Club 1: Choral Club 2. Il, 45 llllllilllil Siulc Clioral Fc-slivul 2, 35 Iil'glUll 3 Nulimiul Sclluol Vucul Ass'n Fe-stivul 25 North Ci-Iilrul Music' licl1u'ulor's C0lllv1'l'l'llC0, Ik-lI'nil 25 N4-w York XYOI'lcl's Fair 35 Imliaiiu Sluiv 'l'4-:u'lu'I's Cmivi-IIlinII 2. 'H' XVLXV lliwxzulcust 2, I5 Nutimml Youth ASS'll 35 Music' :uul AlllI'l'iClllI Youth lwrxaulczist 25 Scottish Rilo Caitlin-- flral -15 H0lIlf'I'0Ulll Discussion Cum- llllHl'l' -I5 0p0I':Ilt:I 35 Svllilft' 2, Il, 15 l'l'0lll CoIIIIIIitl4-4' 35 Fm-Iicll Club 1, 2. 35 I'I'4-sirlmil 35 Gift C0IIIIIIill4-0 45 Sun- qll' Garb CuIIIIIIi1l4-a- i5 Dl'llllliltlL'S Club - - SAVAGE. XYAI.'l'liR G. . . Pri'-.ip11I'1'IIlii'c SAxnN. liIaI'I'II C. . I!II.vin0s.v lid, SI-Iiulv Zi. l. Inxvrl Blum' Fl'1llll'4'S lfuwlm-I', .l:IIIv livuiis. Luim 'l'umully 57 SENIOR Row 0116 Row Tum Rum Tlxrvc Illllllil-IL. YIYIAN li ..... Gvlwml X-Il:uylSInl'l' 13 I-'urum Zlg Girl liz-s4-1'vvs SIIAFICII, I-Imllltn lk. . . l'rv-.-lppren1ir'f' I 23 ,'l':'j .K.','l Jl,lgN:l' :Ill f . . , . ' A I ,--'1' 1 H Wlwll I'tilllauvrlllnulnl mnrllnxnn nu Mmrvhlmi Nmum JAYNH 1 ' hmwml Iumm lnusexx xlmu I lub l. l'1l'l'Ill'll Club I, 2: Know Your lilly lilub 23 Svivlu-0 Nlulh Club lg Art Club g,,,H,,,,4,-' I-H,-,IMS K' U fj,,11,.m, p,-,.,,' 'L S'llAl:4IfI'Zll. 'l'll1xlM.KS I-I. I. . Y. . Gvncrul umrnry Such-ly Sly liufm Your tlily "PX muh: 5"11"'f l"'l'E0'f EIRHY5 Bus" Klub 23 Sri:-urv Nlulb I: Arl Iilub I. "WS M1"'4'5-W" Um" UW" - NllINll'l"l'. .lu.xN l':l,.klNI-I . . . Ilvluflwzl llmrul Club 2, Il. lg Hzmcl 2. Zig film- Sl1n'r'r, I'llYl.l.lsANN ,... lirm'l'1ll Q ,, , If ,.. llub 23 liirl lh-sa-rv:-5 l. 2: IM-:nu .Xsfl Prom Qu:-vu 153 Sub ll:-b -lg Svnulv lg 'lumlu IUXAD " ' GHHHJ I .lr. Prom fimuxuillm- Zi. Prom linluluiltvv 3: S1IlNlI'l'l, BIi'I"lAl-I .ll-:AN . . . li1'm'n:l SIIAHPE, VIRGINIA l.. . . l?11.vi1n'.s's Ed. llunur Suri:-ly Il, lg Drumulivs Club -I: llmum-ruum Yirz- l'l'c-siclvlll: Jobs Dullflh- llrl Il:-s4-rw-s I, 2, il. lg llnuw Ynur lf-rs. tnly lilub 23 Svuulm- ii. lg Sl'l'l'l'l1ll'X ul' K. 1 , , , 1 . J - , S .,: ,. 1 - ,, 5 . .ylE,X'IQllN, Ilom-.lrr GL. . 1. Lulllfyz' Irvin. 'us I' umm nl ml lmmmuu 3' ll:-X 2. Il. lg Cll'L'llliltllHl BIHIIZILCUI' .Xu- uunl lg .Xssislamt llircululifm xlllllilf-fl'l' .Xuuuul Zig Stud:-ut Cuuuril 2. umrrf. XIAIIVIN li. . l'l'l'+.lllllI'l'lIfi4'1' 1 lllI4'l'JI Club Zig .lr. Opliulisls I. 15. Il. ,,,M,1., I SIH'1'l'll 2. NllIl'llNlUIHI"Il. Nl.uua.xnm' A. . 151-nwrzll Iumw Yuur llily lilub Il, I. SVI nv, Iluv I-'. . llrv-.-lp1u'r1lli1'e llill lfislu-r, .Im-am .lulius Row One SuAn'rz, llonlam' K. . . General Spunisli Club 2. Row Two SHAW, Glaonma H. . . Tl'l'llllll'fl1 Suiarrrs. HARRY C. . . . Gone:-al SIIIIQLDS. ll, Ross . . College Prep. Row Three SHINKLIQ, CLARENCE K. . . General Sim-xml, PAULINIZ M. . . Business Ed. Sub-Deb Club 4, Prosidc-ntg Junior Red Cross 4g Student Council 25 Girl Rv- nerves 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Club 2. Su-zlflsu. JUNE A. . . Gvzivml ilu-v Club 2. Row Four f'4lliFliRT, XVILMA I.. . . linxiixexx Ifrl. SILVIQRS. lila'r'rY ANN .... Genvrnl Fashion lJl'Slglll'l'S Club -lg G, A. A. ig Girl lim-swvvs 1, 2, 35 Sub-D1-b Club 4. SIMNIONIYS, VANCE . . Cnllegu Prep. Choral Club 1, 2, Bible Club. Rum Five SxMoN1'oN, lvl-QIIAN E. . , . Geilernl 'l'rurk 1. 2, 3, 45 Senate- Zi, 45 Art As- sociation 2, 3, -lg X-Ray Staff Zig An- nual Siufl' 3. 45 Football 2g Airplane Club 1, 2. Slxufsox, NIEWVTON Houma . . Genie:--11 Annunl Staff 3, 'lg Art Club l. SKINNFR. lionnAN ll. . l'1'v-.ip1n'4-iilirrr Junior Prom Committees Zi. Insert Mvlha Kc-llow. Carl Iiimmorling, Vern Clayton lfuuv Um' Nl.A'I'Iili, Blum' XI. . . livnernl Girl ll1'sa'l'vv 2. Il, I: SLHIK. l..u'l-:mi li. . . lfusim-.w.v Ed. Girl il4's4-rw' 2, Ii, Ig SMITH. fililllilili S. . . l'l'l",llllll'l'llli!'1' limmilmll Ig linsk:-llmll I. lfllll' Tllm Surru, lllil.liN I,. . lfuxilu-xx lid. Row Tlll'1'f' SXIITII. l.l'1tlx.l-1 .luxx . . livm'r11l NMITII. XIAHVIN li. . Iivmfrnl Slllmh-nl flUlIlll'il 1. Soxm-in. .liuzla Illtillxluv . ljnllryv 1'r4-11. 'l'ruck Ii. lg llunuranry Suri:-ly IL I1 Sci:-m'1' Nlulll lg Simi:-nl iilillllfll lg .Illn- im' lh-1l Cross i. Rum l"unr S'l'xl.l-iv. lim: , , lfnllvyr' l'l'l'lI. S1 I4I'lll-'NS. I.l.ox'n X. . l'rv-.11:1111-11fir':' STISYICS, .IA Ml-is II. . H1-m'ruI film-v Club 2. IL Run' lfim' '-' I. Q .' urn In -' 3 - Q S'I'ICXYAR r, linwl N W ..... tiumfrul Ill X i I Stl i I 4 unul I Pun: Que-1-n llulllmilh-0 Zig Social .Xrlivilivs llmnlnillm- Ig .luniur Swm-anim' llummit- hw. S'rll.l.l-:x'. lluunxx l,. . . . . livm-ml latin Club Il: ill'2llll1lll1'S lilulm 'Q Xvliau' Sl:l'l' Ig Sl'Ill0l' iilzlss l'l:ly: Hifi Cmn- lllillvt' l. Zwlxsox. lbmurln' Nl. . . lJ4'm'l'ul Girl lh-svlwe-5 l. 2. lnxvrl buss lush-mm: In lxruzulvust in princi- , lull s ul I lm- SENIOR How Om' S'i'oma, XX'i1.x1.x I'l-mm .... Gvnernl .Xri .Xssuciutiun 2. Il: liirl lla-si-rw-s 33 Sm-wing lllulm 1. S'1o'i"1'l.i-:xlvi-.n. MAll'l'llA Y. . . liviwiwil Girl Ili-S4-rw-s l. 2, Zig .Iuniur Swl-atm' llmnniillm-1-. Srxisiins, Nxmzx' li, . lhzxilivxx lfrl, Swux llmsi-.u'r I.:-lla ..,. Gl'llt'l'1l1 l:llllI'2ll llluh lg tile-v llluln Il. lg .Iuniur ll4-sl llrnss I. Row Two Row Tlirm' 'l'uoxi.xs, ll, NX'il.xxi4.n . . ldvmwul 'l'AtIKli'l"l'. Mun' li. . . Collage Pri-p. 'l.l2UHNlll-.IIIGY4 Yllll-Il. Y. .llullvggv l'rvn, Siudvnt llouncil lig Sluil:-nt llounvil lima- l':-lu-r I, vi-nlion ll: Sm-izil AL-livitivs Ctlllllllltlbl' .lg Girl llvsc-rv:-s 1, Jig H0ll0l'lll'y Suvim-ly 'ig X-llzly Stuff 251 Studi-nt Amlvisux' ll Vlhlmmms- -'WIN NV- - -ff"U4'!l1' l'l'l'l'- lillllvl'.l0lll'l1illlSlllCUllVl'llll0Il:ll-llllllfll' SlllHllSll Club 25 l:1lIlll'l'll llluli 2. Ii: I'i-um Klmmnitlve- Sl, .luniur Uptimists I, 2: Ulm- llluli 2, 'IlUl.IiS, XlAium'x . . . ljullvgu l'r1-1: hurl lim-se-i'vv I. 2. .L l, 514141413 .l, Nu 'l'u'l.ou, Nl, Imax:-1 . . Hl'm'Vu1 ull- lg S4-niui' liil'l 1llllllllllltl'l' 1. Xrl .Xssm-lution l. 'I'mc1iQ. Nluxx li. . . . lm.vim'.v,q lid llrbllUl'ill'y Suuil-ly Il, l. 'l'Avi,on, 'I'1mx1.xs ll ..... fivmwul lluskx-llmll 1.3, lg lfmrtlrzill l, ll. -I: Hif 'l'llll'l"l'Iili. llulcl-Liu' Nl. . l'l'l'A.lllllI't'llllt't Y Il. lg Slumli-ul llnunril ilg l'runi QllI'l'll llnllililillm- Il, lnx1'l'l XYllllll'l' 'l'l1u111ua. l':illI .Iuni's. i.:irrull 'l'lluxlAs. .XNNA . .li4'm'l'irI lll-sh-I' 61 SENIORS Huw Om! Row Two How Thru' Iuliu-zn, W.xxm I,. . lirzxim-.wx lifl. Mlm- lllub 2 XY,xla'rlsI., OPEL M .... I1'u.vinz'xx lid. XAV1-IIN. IIIQIIN D ...... Gvm'1'uI llzmu-ru Club I. 2, 3. -lg Amlunl Plmlu- ll XII xxrv, Luis I.. . . licmfrnl pimpin-1' 3, Ol'cI1cst1':l 1, 2g Bllllll lg l's- 4, A. ,L l. , Iwi' II, -I. XY.-k'I'lilNS. Iilarrll M. . . . Iwm'1'f1l In m.r.r. Nl.u'nl1.l-1 N. . l'I'f'-.IlIlll'l'llfIl'1' , H H , , 4 I mlhull I. Zi. Ig Ilzlslil-lImII I. IllI4'I'- XXAIIRIN5' Exif"-IAM, x'.- P""fAI'l'l'f""'Intl' AUM m,Hx.iH',S 3' 1: l:,,,,u,:,H lv gg' ,gg XX.-ulmm. JMIK I I 1 PW-AlImwnliw Ilniiililxllgalpiuiofilq-tj-1 .l. ,l. .lunml Loiism. IHI1-rcI:iss Activities 3. lg Busclmll 'L ' ' " ' lg Iiuxkullmll l. IIIKNLII. lil-.mu.l: . . Ill?-.IllllI't'1llI1'0 .Nka-llmll 2. Ji. I: 'l'n-an-k I: Inn-rclusx XVimn. lii.Iz.uua'rH l' ..... liwwl'-:I X4-tivity 2, II. Ig Prom liummillf-v ZS. Girl Ili-se-1'vvs -Ig Sci:-ucv Nlulh -lg Suh- Iim-lm lg liihlv liluh I. 25 Lulin Club 2. XYu.1ilcn, llcrisiswi' Ii. . Pm'-.IpprrnIi4'u I In uxm. Wu, .l,u:ic .... Gl'Ill'I'Cll I wk:-lIn:nIl lg I"4mIImIl I1 l'sIll-I' I. 2, 53. lnxrrl KNl7llIll,l'l'I', liuu. . .l'l'l'-.'IlJ1Jl'l'lllII'6 XV.u,l,Ar:1c, .Ions A. . .I'1'v-.I1r11:'m1li1-1' lilh-H llulu-rly. .Is-am lmwsmn f -. lp 41' 62 l xx Row One Cnllvgv I'rc'11. linnw Your City Club lg Spanish Clulx XViaI.1-ua. lil'ssm.1. li. . l. XYlaa'1'z. llmxizlil: l..4 . J Glu- tiluh Lg Bibh- Club 43 NYlIS'I'liIl1K, liomawr li. . . Cnllcgv Prvjr. College l'r1'11. X-Huy liusim-ss NlZlllilQC1'Q Arclu-ry Club. Row Tum XYH I-:lam-zu. Luis . . fivnerrzl Ilnm Threw XYllli'l'Slil.. lim"rY li ,.... General film- Club 3: Know Your Citi tlub 'B 1 XVHl'I'I"lHil'SIC, xlAR'I'llA I.. Girl llm-sm-l'w' 1. 2. Row Fnui' XVII l'rlasxaL. limuxx A. , NYM I ries:-zi., livicu 1-:'r'r . XYl1zslaxlus. .liuzx ll. . . .luniur Cmlsvrvzntiun Club .L l: Lulu. Ass't. tl. Row Fine lllI'I4AKlili, NX'li.lu'n .L . Pl' lpprenlil-1' . llz'1u'1'1ll . Gt'l1l'I'!ll . limwivll Tv1'l1nif'nl I 5 Track XYu.uux. SAMFIEI. li. . . College l'1-vp. Iidihn'-in-cliie-f ul' Annual -lg Ass't Edi- tm'-in-chivf of Annual Il: Sc-nate 2. 3, 45 Hi-Y Il. lg l'IOIlUl'1ll'y Souivty 3, ,lg Forum koi' IS. -ig 1:OIDlll0lll'4'lllPlll Spa-a lnxvrl YUVIUII l":u'i'1-ll. Rob:-rt Faith, Mary .lum- I-Ivuns IJIIIWI' lnxvrl Hun King, NYulle-1' Szivzigv, lluynionil l'uttv1'sui1 Raw One XVILLIAMS, .lun K. . Cullvgv I'rvp. NVu.1.1s. Mumuan Hlam-:N . . lil-nrrul Igiirls Glu-v Club 3, -Ig liirl lla-sm-1'vv 1. 3. Z, 4. XVILSON, VIRGINIA l.0l'ISI'I . Cullvgr Prep, Girl Rc-S4-x'vo -lg li. Y. C. Iflub I. Row Tum NVlN1u.l11,H .l4nal. lf. . .1'1'4'-.I1:1n'm-n1i1':' Junior' Il0llSI'I'N'llll0ll lllub 3. I, XYuuns. ANNA Mus . . . . timwzvzl llllorul Illub Il, I: Ii. A. A. I. 21 llirl's lllm- lllllll 'P XYlHll.liliR'I'. ALPHA S. . . llnllvgl- 1'rv1:. Physics iludvt -Ig Slucll-ut llouncil .lg Scic-ucv Xlulh Il. I: 'l'r:u'k I, 2. Huw Tllrzv' Yxrlas. linnmrr l.l-:la . . llusinusx lid. Sludc-nt ljuunvil AI. lffllll 1'l1P1lI' Yonk, llANlllN .... llullvgv Prvp. S1'lQ'llCt'-xllllll I: Art lllub Il, I Q llillm' Club l. 2. YlIl'N'I'. NlAli'I'llA S. . . flullf-yu l'1-vp. 5ll'IliIlI' 'Ig Ilirl llc-sz-l'vv I: Sub-ll:-b -Ig Spauislx I. Zlauklal.. NIAIH-31. .... flnllz-gm' l'r4-p. Sturlvul Council I. 25 lIunm':u'y Such-ty I. I: Girl llloswva-s I, -2. Ig Sub-Dm-b Ig llorum .lg Annual Stull .l. 'Ig SI'll1lll' l, lg X-lluy Stull' I: S4-nim' Class Play llmulnitlcc-5 Svuim' liurb Il0lllllllllI'1'2 I'l'um Cumillve- Il. X'.u'mlN, CHAlll.liS . . Gt'lIQ'l'.Il Roll' Ffllf' Zuma, A. NlAmzl'mu'l'lc . . Hem-rnl liuml Il, I, lnxvrl lurk llmalv. liunln Il0lillb4l'l'. l'1llll lll'l'lU"'- l'll'lI'l4'N llusz-k Huh l"u'r .. . . . -1 . SEN1 ABEL, CHESTER VIRGIL . . General BADGER, RICHARD JAMES . . General BILLHEIMER, PAUL R. . College Prep. Band 1. BLACKFORD, CHARLEs EDGAR . General Science Math 1, 2, 3, 4g X-Ray 3. BUXTON, Bon M .,... . General Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 15 De- molay 4. CALABIUA, SAB! . . . Pre-Apprentice CAMPBELL, NORMA W .... General CHANEY, JOHN . . . General Football 1, 2, 3, 4. CooN, GLEN . . . . . General DAvIs, VHINA JUNE . . College Prep. Latin Club 2. Dovsv, EDWARD . . . Pre-Apprentice FERNNVICK, ESTELLA EILEENE . General FIELDS, KESTER . . . Pre-Apprentice FREEMAN, GEORGE ..... General Football 43 Track 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. GROss, VIRGINIA A . . . . General Girl Reserves lg Art Club 23 Display Commttttee 4, Secretary 4. HAI.E. IWARGARI-IT SUE .... General Girl Reserves lg K. Y. C. Club 3. HARVEY, LENVIS EDWARD . . General HAXVLEY, BIAHTHA GENEVA . .General G. A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4 lXVabash High Schoolbg Library Club 4 iXVabash High Schoolj. PIAXVLEY. NIARY GENEVIEVE . General G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 fXVabash High Schooljg Band 1, 2, 3 Uvahash High School tg Library Club 2, El fVVahash High School lg Sycamore Staff 2 0Vabash High Schoollg. HESTER, CARROLL SOLOXIAN . .General Art 1, 2, 3. HEYVITF, EDGAR JR. . . . General Annual Staff 4. JARRETT, JAMES LANVELL . . General KING, xvIRGlL ELDIER .... General LEGG., HARl.AN ..... Voc. Arg. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 23 Usher 1, 2, 3, 4gTrack 1g Patrol 2, 3. MCATEE, KENNETH EUGENE . General Track 45 Basketball 1. MCCOY, ALBERT JR. . . General BICCREARY, TREVA ..... General Glee Club 15 Orchestra 1. NEAL, RAYMJND K. . Pre-Apprentice NICCUINI, JAMES M. 1. Pl?-:l1I1Jl'l'lllll'C NORRIS, SAM REESE .... General Track 1, 2, 3, -lg Football l, 2, Basket- ball 1. 2. 35 Art 1xSS,1l 4g li. Y. C. Club 41 Annual Class 3, 4. IN MEMORIAM JACK HEXVITT Died August 28, 1940 65 0Sll0llNli, RAYMOND VERL . . General PIKE. LAXVRIENCE EUGENE . . General RIEHAREAERE, ART!-HJR . Pre-Apprentice Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Repre- sentative 1. IKUSSELI., HELEN JEAN . Business Ed. SETIIERT, DONALD LEE . Pre-Apprentice SIUITH, HARRY ORAN . Pre-Apprentice SMITH, ROLLANIJ LEE . Pre-Apprentice STAGE, GAHRIIEI. M. . Pre-Apprentice STAHL, HARRY LVTHER . . . General SNVINNEY, LORli'l'l'A C. . Business Ed. X-Ray lh-pwsexxtutive 2. 'l'HosIAsoN, lllflllilfl' LANOR, . GeNeral THoMPs0N, BIAHTHA JANE . Business Ed. VAN DYKE, BILL LEE . . . General Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball lg Optimist Club 1. XVALKER, BIELVA LORAINE . . General XVA'rsoN. .losEI-H GLENN .Pre-Apprenliee NVIKLE, IIIEK GLEN N . . General XVILSUN , llov .... Pre-A pprentice XVINDLAN, PEARL V. . College Prep. Honor Society 3: K. Y. C. Club 4. Vjyf' WO Row 1 A4-hor. Ronald Alatzn. Elaine Allvn. Joseph Anderson .hum-s Anfhfmy. Paulina- Ilow 2 Anton. Bertha Arnold. Barbara Atwood. Dick llnhlv. Je-annv lhlclgle-y, Nlnrjorio How Il Bailey. Clmrlvs Bailey, Jess Barker, Niln Barnvs, Betty Barnvs, Donna Row 4 llnssl-ti, Dennison liuthauer, Ruby Bauer. Hose'-xnury Beck, Charles Beck, .luck Row 5 B4-ckner, XVillium live-son. Normal Be-nm-tt, Ilvx llird. Mary Bitnvr. .luhn Huw 6 llluxpl. Chnrlvs Illussuras. B1-rlllu lnxvrt lluvid Ga-plnlrd! 1 ll b lllmrrlvs Bail:-y ll"ns I .If-un Ann Hull 184-1 h l.c-sh-r Shiplvy UH I' I How T Bosch. Hrlvn llI'lllIl'lllil. Zum-ll:-n lluw 8 lll'l1.'kl'l'. llc-rnnrd llrighl, Yiolel lll'lll'kIllllll. .lum- lirown. Curl Brown, K4-nm-th Row Sl Brown. Hnruld Iinrton. Aloru liusby, llulph Gull:-n. Bob Cnllvn, Roy Row Ill Cunning. Leslie Cannon, Martha Carlco, Jenn Carpentrr. Barham Cnrnvnh-r, Jeanne Row 1 Castor. Pauline Cordon. Margery Clarkson. Ruth Clem, Bill CIPIIICIHS, June Row 2 lllelnm-nt. Mary Coats. Marie-Hu Conley, Russell Connelly, James llole, XVilda Row 3 Llollings, Murgurvl Collins. Norman Conn. Laura Cook, Ben Coon. Tom Row 4 Cooncy, llosvxnnry Frwvrdale, Tom Craig, Betty Crih'l1fivlcl, Mary Cummings, John Row 5 linnnnins. llussvll Davis, Bernard Davis. Betty Davis. Norman D4-ckc-r, Vern Row 6 Dm-ll, Marvin IM-Yinnf'y, llc-My Inxvrl Mrs. livvlyn Grahznnl Nlr. ll:-rbr-rt Millvr Row 7 Dirk:-y. Lf-sier Dil-tzon. Marilyn Row 8 Dixon, Dorothy Dodd. Roberi Dollur, Bill Dolls-ns, Bob Down:-y, Ann-liu Row 9 Duckworth. Ruylnond Dudgeon, Chrystul Dunham. Mary Durgun, Ruby lizushnnn. Dave- Row 10 Ebert. Ruth Iidgclnan, Bvtty Edwards. Bill liwimz. Z1-tta Nar- Vurlry. Pnnl Row 1 Faussctt. Don Fishvr, Donald Fisher. Robert Foley, Anna Forknvr, Martha Row 2 Folsom. Don Fred. Betty Fritz, Bill tiahimvr. Lora tiarre-tson. Je-anne Row 3 tivo. Bob Gvnda. Kathryn Gephardt. David Gibbens, Donna Gill, Norma Row 4 Gootlpasturv. Doris Goss. Betty tlourley. Byron Glazc-r. Bernard Grady. Virginiale-c ltow 5 Gres-nwood. Bill Gr:-vv. Patricia Griffith. Bob Griffith. George Grith-r. XVanda How tl Grove-s. llvtty tiustin. Martin Hat-ke-r. Phillip lnsfrl .lark Rl-'nforth Mary Bt-nder Row 7 Halv. Harry Hall. Bill Hall. Jean Ann How 8 Halle-tt. Batty Hamilton. Ge-rald armvson, Norma Harrison. Anna Bell 3lllilltlll. Jacque-lim Row 9 Hart, Robert Hartman, Bob Haynes. Norma Have-ns, Anna Bolle' Hawkins, Betty Row 10 Healy. Georgia Hensley, Bill Herron. Vera High, Lucille Hollingsworth, Durbin Row 1 Holloway. Jim Hull. Betty' Jo Hutton. Jim Hyden. Ruthe Hyndniun, Florence Row 2 llllPl. Oru Jarrett. Richard Jessup, Paul Johnson. Norman Johnston. Susie Jones. Jones. Jones. Yuhn K:-lly Row 3 Helen Marylee Robert Bill Marie Row 4 KH-sling. .lim Keys. Don King. John Kline. Bob Klus. XVIIIIN Row 5 Koclwr. lithz-l Kokc-s. June lirexur. Clic-stvr Lund, Virginia Lawson, Francis Row G L1-dlwtte-r. Martha l.vMonde-, .le-an I.:-wis, livtty Insert David Mitchell .lack Shroyc-r Riclmrd Sampson How 7 Odell. Linton Lindzy, Glendoru l.itcht'in-ld, Donald Row 8 lA'PLl0lll, G4-rald Lutton. Robe-rt Lyst. XVillis Maddox, Cluute Munis. Bcity Row 9 Manley. Hurry Manship. Christina Martin. Mildred Matln-r, Vannu Maupin. .lm-an Row 10 McAtc-4-. Dorothy McCoy, Albert Mclireary. Lowell Mcliinlc-y, Anne- McLain. Jaunns wif Q -SP LSL r 'I 1' ' 'ff v., nfiv Iv: , 1. . r--f -.4 1 JW 9 W 0 K Row 1 Mt-Mahan. John Mvlcllc-r. Bill Mc-lson. Bob Mercer. Helen Me-rritt. Richard . W now 2 ' 0 Mvtzm-r, Ann Mirldlrton. .lnck Milburn. Mary . Mille-r. Alice 0-,bl mm-r. Bill . M Row 3 Mille-r. Don Mill:-r. John Nlillvr. Mary lll0IltK0llH'l"y. Moonmy. Bri Row Moore. Dirk Moorv. Mary Morrison. L Morrison. Vi Mnnchof. Br-ttf' Alice l.ol ite' U' 4 Ponurrl v i n n Row .n Nlunrhof. Mary Nvlson. Boll N1-wton. Maxim' Nll'lllllS0ll. Bvvawly Norris. Bob 6 llow Norris. Xvllll Norton. Clmrlia- Don lino HCl' lnxvrt tts Mary Ann Lloyd 7 Row Owe-ns. Francine Ossc-Isa-r. Barry 8 Row Osting, lilvunor. Ott:-rnmn. Iirnm .le-un Pam-ol, Sophia Purim-r, B4-tty 4-orxv l':lttoll. Ii ll OW 9 l'uva-y, limma Puym-. Lorrnv Pm-try. Je-un l'1-ttinzrvw. Rex l'h4-ips, Lois llow 10 Plumnwr. .lim Portvr. NVuldo Prout. Betty Pryor. Denton liznlvy. Audie Row 1 Ray. Kenneth liecoh. Helen Redick. Katherine Reed, Barbara Reese, Anna Belle Row 2 llelford. Norma ltelford, Rachael ltemley. Basil Renforth. .lack Retherford. Martha Row 3 tense, Tom Risk, Madsze Roberts, XVan da ltohey. Paul Rockwell, Eddie Row 4 Roettinaer. Lora Rogers. Mary Roland. Betty ltomine. Jim Romine, Marilyn Row 5 Ruse-berry. Anita Roush. .loan Rout. Georple Rnefenacht. Ella ltunyon. Harold Row 6 Russel. James ltyan. liarline lnserl Ada Given Richard Merritt Betty llc-Vinney Row T Salatin. David Sayers, Pemiy How 8 Schuyler. Dorothy Scott. Xvlllllll Seinel. Esther Sharp. Loretta Shinkle. Norma llow 9 Shipley. Lester Shroyer. Norman Sibera. Stanley SllllDSlIl, Dorothy Simpson. Hilda Row 10 Simpson, Hillig Skees, Kenneth Slater. Virginia Smith, Doris Smith. Garnett rw' rf 'WH kv . O 1,1 'Kg 'im -NGHKR if TQ as 1 sv v- 6 1 V' if -N 'xx 'xx hi k..' 'vw' How 1 Snow. Harold Sm-urman, Julia Spring:-r, .ln Aunv Stauvsu. Barbara Steve-ns. .loan Row 2 Stidllum, XVurr1'n Stinson, Howard Stotile-mye-r. Juanita Stroud, Stuart. Mary Marge Row 3 Stuni, Bill Sumuu-rs. Cm-iiv Surbe-r. Frvd Swank. Hugh Tayl or, xvlllllilll How 4 'l'vtc-l'. Robvrl Thomas, Robert Thompson. George 'l'llui'ub1-rg, Bill Thrasher. Bi-rtha How 5 'l'iv4'. lie-ttiv Tuild. xvlllllli Trick. Virgil Turn:-r. Bessie- Vumllll. Bvtiy How ti Yvrmillion. Ke-uns-th Vokv. Bob NViu-me-r. Bill Supl: Ia I nxerl Pancol Huw 7 XVugm-r, Bill NVallavv. Ruth XV:-atln-rford. Hoge-r Row 8 We-lls. Franvfs, XYvlls, Nfll'lll2i xvl'l'klllK, Hivhurd XVFSUJII, Lunuiu XVe'slun. Mary Huw 9 XYlu-aslvr, Roy NVlwui. Huh NViIson, Canby NVilson. lic-tty NViIsnn. Eugene How I0 XVlls0n. Ge-neva XVilsun, Jacqui-line XYoml, Barbara XVriuht, liven-tt XVyutt. Phiilipu gigs saggfilf ' ,gwwxw Q? my w fi N '-. at ig iq fab :U -f if eww Mg? Www .mei-.Li If 4 HUM' ll XJJIIIIS, NI:-lvln Xlnlfn I 4 4 .:, fu4'0l'L-I' xlI'XllIllll'l'. NVilhur' XH'x:nml4-r. NViInm X num. Ilulh Xmivk, In-Hy Xmivk. Ilulh Knlun. II:-I4-n Xull llm-m'n-lt lhlv. -Nilu Ihldnul. .lzunvs I5 nrg, 411-m-val NNW 3 lim-yh-s. .luninr liifhllv. liulh Hlalrk. XY:llh'r lil:u-klmllrll. Na-mlm lfIlll'll1'l', BMI:- Hlll1'llllll1', .lurk Iiuunv. 151-tty Ilurzlm, xvil'L-filliil Hulvs, .lun ln.w'l'l Hull Phillip, lY. I' I-'rx-xl lfl'llllllt'lllN'l'j,l l':nllA' Slllsnn 1511: llun llirlluwlsml 1 lhmw I llrimlusv. l'uuI lirinsun, lion Ilrissz-mlm-n. .Inhn Iiriza-mlim'. Nlmlmll liruhsf. Ukulm' llrunm-lllu-ru, ll:-:nm Hl'lYlllll'llllt'l'l.f, I-'re-ul Iirnwn. B1-ily limwll. llurnlml Huw 5 liruwn, .luvk Iiruwll. l.ul'illyC Iil'lllmk4-r. J1'l'!'y lirum-r, Joanne Iiushy. Bvtty llrillun. lfrr-41 nlIlIl1'I', 'l'ra-nlun liyrnv. Iiolwrl Kfaulv. Luis Huw 13 llulanlwizl. .lm- CZll'IllOlly, .Inunn llzurr. Framklin lI:n'l'uw:1y. .loam liznulm-ll. NViIcl:n tluylur, .loan lluylur, liub1'l'l 1:lHIllllJl'l'S. limb fihillllllllll, Iillpu-1 f1hlll'l'Il. Mzmsun f.ll'Illl'lll, Murllm 1. . .I4-nmns, f.lnr1-m':- lincllrull, tlnil. .hmmm- tlulm-mun. .Inv Collins. Chuck tlemk, M1ll'lllil 1:UlllN'l'. S2lI'Zl Cm-dz-l'. I-Irma .la-am Cwnlcll. llurulhy tluvr-ralulv. Phyllis 41mw.5ilL linlwrl lirnih. llicllanrd Huw 7 fTl'1lXYI'lDI'lL lmrulhill Row 8 llrm-umm. Y:-lnm 1I1'm':-lills. lilvunor llrisl, 'I'l'vYm-llu lIrnsl4-y. Uvlly tirull. Ibm-1011-x liummins. Bill flurry, Nluxim- llullun, Bob llnltun. .Izmu-s lin I'ur1', xIill'jIll'il' Ilznrlingion, L1-wis Ilalwlvy. Jann' 1 74 Huw I In-llanm, Alice- .laym- IM-cke-l'. l-In-I1-an liz-ck:-r, Sarah Ile-limzm-x'. li:-ith Ili-mick. Rohm-1't Ili-nay, Opal llmlil, lilizalmvtli llursvy, liill llom-ilas. liruci- Ihwvy, Jcaq. I llnwnarml. N lI'5llll llnylm-. Newton linw 2 ia lluul -ilu:-line X na ich-lsun, Nurina ikfglllill , Max lillinll. llamniul lillis. Donna lilsn-al. Martha liskvw, .laim-s I-Ivaus, Ora livans. Virginia False, Jessie ap. .lax lluulan. Mary liln-i'l1-. 4 u I . l i Row 3 l'12ll'lllCl'. Bill Farr, -lt'1lIlllI' l"i-111-lun, Bill lfiuli-y, Martha lfurml. lliuhard lfu1'km'r'. llax' Furs:-, liarlyara lfoust. Ann:- l"IlNYll'l'. Ylllfllllil laser! Nlrs, Virginia Y4-rmilliuu NIV. I.:-n Samlvrs Huw l Fox. Mary Franklin. Faye l"razi1'l'. Nlvrrill l'llllll'l', Nlarjury lfullingilun, Nlarllia fl1ll'illll'l'. ll1'I'1lllllIll' liarrm-lson. Doris Gepliarilt, Mary Ann Ge-raian. Blanche Rqyv 5 lla-rnlil. .lamm-s lHlllllUl'l'. XvlllSl0ll " ' ' ' ' liol'l', Bally tiranl. llarlsara x , Hacklr-nmn, Virginia lion. l.0l'l'lll1' lliali. xl-lllllql llilan llill. .lam- llnlmvs. lfrank Hahn. llosadors- ll0DlilllS. 5l1H'9' li-Nfl lluward, Sllirlvy Hudson. Fram'4's lluffman. lllifl' lluI'l'mall. G1-urgri' Hall, Nlarpiare-I Hall, Virginia llancnvk. Sam Hamllvy, Cl'ZlNVl'tll'll Row 6 Ilow X llauna. Carol llumlmlc-S. Nl3Il'LL'lll'llll H2lllll2il'lll'il. Mark llunli-V. Paul I-Iarrc-ll. Clay llusvr. Mary Iiimnn llarrimztun. Marilyn Hushm Mum, Hawisun, Huglx H V ' ,V ' llarrisun. Virginia 'html' 'ml Hartman. lic-ally llultmm, lioln-rla llartnlan. 'Q-ra . . . - . Hawkins. Blaxinv hh' Lnulullfl FWHM.. xx-Hum lsr:-al. Maxim- lli-lloms. Ralph Jackson. .loan Hf"'5l"5'- 'liwk .lann-s, .loan Row 7 .larra-ll. liloisv . Ht'1'lJll,!.. XVil1ium .IL-rabck. Lurraim 'I- 75 lluxx I Julluw, .lzuivl lgalll-rr. ll:-I1-ll lwllx. ,Xlx':l lx:-m1'rIx. l"u1'vsl lu-llins. Nh-llm lu-4-xlilxpl. lflwnlu-1-X lXlllIllll'. llzllz- lKllllIIIl'l'llIlL-I. .lrun Ixillu. lilmrln-s Ixnlf-mln. Im:-lnlu ,xllll lxlmmr, lhm lluxx 2 lump. lfllllllil l.ull lump, l"lul'vlu'n' lkl'lIl'L.1l'l'. llrxlr1'l'l lXlIllll4 Iiill I.nk1-5, Xlzurlhzu l.:nIw5, Xlury l.:nml. l.:lxxx'n-llrw l.:nm-A ll:-In-lx I,1nlix1- l,uIlLL. 1.:u'oI3ll lmzlxwll, xUI'Ill1l Inu is. l-lnlnzu I.m-V. lux 1-lx ll llnw Il l,mnl1-nlnwk. .lm-am Xlau-Hill:-n, l.un'4-nu Xlzmlemlll. Nluxim- xl1ll'Sll. .lmmnv Nlznrlin. .luvk Xlnrliu. Xlnry .lu Nlznlrln-ll. l,vun:l Xlulllu-xx, I.:n'l lnxvrl llr-I1-xl Zug.lm'slii Ilun Swilnlhnl lllmrlu-s l.lllILfllllll Ilml l'4-rry lmrullly 'I'uylul' XYiIm:l XY:u.2ll1-1' Nurlluu XY:nll'oVl lluu' I xlillllll'XK. Evil Nlullux. .Xl ll'4' Nlvflnllllvll. .Xlirv Xl4'1Il'nl'y, li:ll'l Nlvllamim-I. Maury Xlrtiinnis. .lim lluxx' 5 xlL'xYllllillllS. Sllll'l1'Y Nll'll'll1'l', .lm- Nlillvr. llurnlyun Nlillm-r, lirm-sl Nlonlpgnlm-ry, liivllurll Xluul'4', lmwvll Nlourv, NUl'lll2l -l4'illl Nlurgnn. Nusa-5' Nluss. liill Nlullc-ll, ll2ll'lJ1ll'1l .l Nlunrmn. .l2lllll'S Xlyvrs. lic-llv Ann lluw li Nlym-rs, llurulyn NIM-rs, llm-I4-n , NIM-rs. .hum Nash, l'lll'lllllll'l' Nvvsv. Philip N4-llr-rvill1', Vim' N4-wlmy. lil-Ilia' NlHllll'y, .luclilll Norris. ll1llH'l'l l-2, Nurlun, liznllu-riuv Nl:-Xlzllliplz-ll. xl1ll'X .lr-un Nowlin. l:lllll'll'g llt'lllll'. llulh Nunlvy. Alvin l', Zllll' lllnx T 0'll4-run. lfcrul lllvvy, lla-th' Ulu-N. XYiImill1 I':llmz-r, .Iuunilu llill'li1'l'. lll'l'll1lLllll1' I':urkinsnn, Yirgi llllllllll. lliln l'ilXllK'. l'I4l4li4- lll'llll. Xurxxm nina l'l'llllllll,Il1lll, llurnl In an l'4-nry. .loam l'1-Fry, lion lluu 8 l'n-lx-rsnn. Xlzulyu' l'n-llilmm-. .luck .lv Ill l'illil'ln'cl. Norlllzl Phillips, IH-ily l'l1ilIip5, .lurk l'lull. llunallml Pos:-5. xlill'lll2l l'1'm-cup. Imnu l'I'i4lmly', .luvli l"Sinn-r, Maury li. . ll:-ml. Viviun su- Q Q TG How 1 llcvdvr. Carolyn R4-lt'ord. llllyllltbllll Remington, Janice- llvnt. Mary Alici- llicharllsun. lluuald Rll'llNYllll'. llvtly llit-hwinv. llarold lliukctts. llill Riggs. Bob Riggs. NYaltt-1' Hill-y. Mary Hn-lou Itoclvvalm. llalph lluw 2 ling:-rs. .lohu llose-be-rry. Paul Russ, lillvu Roush. lfrvml llousv. Ile-I1-ll ltussuian, Jean lluuyon, lfluycl llunyuu. llicharml Samlt-rs. Mary.iar4't Sranmumrtv, .li-:ulvtlc Svlu-rn'l'. Bull Sclliulu-l. Marlin lluxx' ll SK'lllll'lllIll'l'. Marjmwc Sulmgu-i'. Sczvsny. Svars. B St-lliy. l. Bob 'l'4-cl lary Marga 0I'l'lll' Se-llm-rs. Ruth Lull. .lack Shaw. ll arhara Inxert till-n lfl'1l0klll2ill Mary .lo Martin l:l'1lNYl-I7'l' lfrautw-s ml Hamill-y Mal ivk Row 'rl Shaw. Barbara Stn-l lun. Ruth Smith. lira .li-an Smith. .lanu-s Spragm-. .lim Spring:-r. Phyllis Stahl. If. Stahl. N Slaulm-X. wr sth:-I' 1ll'llltl Ruth llnw 5 Mary NI1il'Lf1ll'l'1 Stewart. Jack Stl-wart. Lt-land Stvplu-nsun. Phyllis Stidtl. Bill Stimlhaul. XValtm-1' Stilsou. Patty Stinmuzm, Juanita Stinson. Mariwamla Stinson. Phyllis Stokrs. Mary Slroun. tlliarlvs Row 6 Strickli-r, listlu-r SllllSIll1lll. Bm-tty Stuart. Ftulu-rt Sunum-rs. Xvllllllllll Slll'l'2ll'1'. Martha Swank, Phyllis Swiufurtl. Alla Swinfortl, Don 'l'at'kl'tl, Bob 'l41lj'lUl'. llornthy Titus. B1-tty Ann 'l'lllIY4'l'. Lolita llnw T 'l'l1umas. Hr:-tua .tum 'I'l1uumsun. Fl'l'1ll'I'l4'li L'l'4-limvit-ll. .lam- l'tl1-X. Alan xvilllllI'Vl'lNll'l'. liw-lyu X'aml4-vt-mlm-r. NYautla Yaupiht. liatlllvc-n Yauului, Lavauia V4-rmilliun, 'l'hamar NYaitu1an. Yirggil NYatson. lhftly XYatsnu. Bula Row 8 NY:-lmsln-r. Bvtly NYQ-llx. Gladys NX'ikl4'. livltil' NX'imu-r. BL-tty .lam- XX'l1isl1-l'. lla-vm-i'l4-v hYllll4'lll'1Ill. lilfllilfll NVl1il:-sm,-I. lvnu NX'illiamsuu. llvtly XYisc'. XYZll'l'1'll NY4m1l. .lilll NYrip:lil. NYayut- YUIIL-Zl'l', .loan 77 l':n.u- TH llnu 1 .X1'lml'. ljlvllu Akins. .Klin- .lll1'll. l-Iva-lyn All, ll:-lly Alllus, Ilvlly .Mulm'sui1. li:-nm: .lnnli-gulv. .hw Xalilly. Iluln-rl .Xlwmnl. Alivi' AXIIIW, llzlynluml .Ura-m. Nlurtliu liuilr-y, Phyllis llzliin-s, XX'il4l:l lion 2 ll:ak4'l'. lloli llnka-r, Yvru ll:nl4lnuI'. Ilulll liIIl'lN'l'. .lnlm lim-kilull. .Imam llurm-s, Virgil IlIll'lll'S. XVIIXIH' llul'nllzn'l. ll:-My Il:n'r1-ll. lllmrla-s llnxli-r, llomilsl ll:-rk. lla-va-rly lla-liynu-r. l.urin livll. llill llnw ll B1-Il. liilly ll:-nm-ll. Pulm ll:-rry, Szillv lllXl'Il5lllll'. Yi-rlus lllzwkwi-II. llunniz- Iinla-n, lluli Iiuml. .lunvl Iiuxxmun. Kt'Illl1'lll 1ll.Vl'l'f XIV. lluln-rl llrunmmml Hin Xlzu'g:nrm-I Nllllla-iiiluw linln Zi-rklv IV, l'rm-Qi lim Mullins 1l'ri-s.h llfnrlrnr' ' -' . .n 4.lm.nu 151-1-.1 lliwk Nlwin 4'l4l'l"IRl Huw 4 l4uwm'l'. llnris lir:im'h, xvlllllll lliw-4-vi-, Nlurilyn llI'lLLlllIlHIll. .lame-s llmrk, Putty llrumm-nln-i'y5. .lu A1 Grown, Doris llI'uyl1'S, llnll lluw 5 llrumlif-lrl. Bryan lim-k. liarulim- llullz-V. xvllllllil liulnvr. Niln llyvm, B1l'l'lDlll'll liulmsivr, l.ure-nv lfullnmn. Alln'l'l:u liumplu-ll, llill llzmmln-ll. llilly llumphi-ll, I.:-u lluilznluy. Murmn llzmlimzm-i'. L4-wis ll2lIlllllL.E4'l', 'I'lmn1zis How 6 llnrr, Iiulluwim- liznrvc-V. .laym- Lussvll. .IA-ssc llussi-ll, .lzum-s tiaslur, llirllnrd Clark. llivk flll'ZlYt'I'. lllll'll1lI'Il lil:-nlons. Julia 1, ljliilmli-rs, Ill-lor:-s tlullins. Jimmy llulvill. .luck ljuuk. lluris .ll2lllllll'l'5. Iilimln-lli lluw T lkxukmg lfluise- tlnx, Ilvlvn Cox. M1-lvin llruih. .lllllllllX llrzliil. lininiu 1:lll'll'1l. Ile-lvn Curry. lirig Ililllllll. I':Y1l lluly. Summin- llzlrv. livilll llarwin, llnrulyn llaillglim-rly. Anita: llillll-flll'l'll'. Annu llnu 8 lluvi-mmrl. .lurk Davis. .lolm lmvis. lluyimuiml lluvisxull. xvllllillll lmy, ll:-ury llvll. llzlrlill In-Iph. llurnlil llm-nlimrm-V, lnmgvlu Ile-llllul'l'. llc-lissu In-w. Billy ll:-NY1'1'sn'. llQ'll'll llivk. ll0ll1'l'l llll'lZl'll. .Imam Huw 1 Divx-n. Barbara Dixon. NYilina Douglas. lim-vvrly llnnn. lit-tty .Ivan Dunn. Norman Dovey. B4-tty Durant. lilllll1ll0l'll lllll'!'l'l'. Margarvt Ehlc. Phyllis . l':lll"llZll'l. Bull Elliott. Max lillis. Marjuriv lirvin, Nonclas ltow 2 lisli-s. Bull live-re-li. Lon Ann liwlllgi. llulm Fallvly. 'l'lu'0clor1' lfarnivr. Martha l:Q'llllllUl'1'. ll:-ls-n Finlvy. ltulmi-rl lfisln-r. lCm.u-l1i- lflanilm-rs. Luuisi- Flatt. lh-alriri-. Fnlvy. Nnrnia Full-y. Sylvia Fuusr. Yvra ltow 3 lfowl4'l'. Bob lfralvy. Oscar .I r. lfrazit-r. Juniur Frost, lile-anor Hain. .Ioan Huw:-n, Mary G4-rard. listlu-r tie-sslm. llnwarcl Insvrl livtty l.ui'k Marv lluih lim-lux .loan NYliitvlwa4l linnive- llillipguss Mary SWL-inan .lack llnngxlas lfrank linuwlvs Hull tlilmlwi- llow -1 Hilniure-. Bn-tty GllllIUl'l', Bob tluumlimi. ll0SL'lIl2ll'X tire-4-ln-. Donna tire-A-m'. Francine Grangi-r, Bill Gully. Faye- Ilale-y, ltolwrl Bow 5 llall. Bob Hanna. Barbara Hans, KX'ilma llarnlnn. Barbara llarrisnn. Lilliz- Mam- Hani'l'. Ruth Hawkins .Inni- H4-arl. XYanmla llm-ini-man. Patsy livin:-y. Vivian llillvrt, Barbara Hvrbst, John Ile-rron. Bi-tty Row G lli-rl:-nstr-ine, liz-ily lliclay, Francis Iliclay. lticliarml Hilvs, Vernon llill, CllZll'lES Hill, Marjorii' Hinvs, Donald llinvs. Paul llinke-l. Dorullly lluilgsuui. Margari-I llmlsun. H0lPll ll'nlling!,sworll1, .Ioan llulnn-s, .lohn Row T llnpm-r, llliarle-s llosivr. Barbara lluvm-rmalv. Mary lluwarcl, Bill llcmv. K4-tnrah Ilnilsun. Luis lllllllllllilll. Billy Iluinm-ricklmnsw-, .li-an lluttnn. Bob Hutton. Luis llutsvll. Ne-nla linvl. NYalt1-r lmlml'l'. Gloria 1'-ow 8 .lat-kwin, Iiarl Jackson, Mary .larrm-ll. Mary .lullnslnni-. Suzvllv .lunm-s. lic-tty lm- .lum-s. Ilunalrl .lonz-s, .lov .lnni-S, 1211-pw1'3' Joni-s. Stanlc-y liarr. Mary li:-ily, Cartvr lim-nmlal. llc-ralml liirlilaml. llllyllltl nil A 79 Nou Ii.-sxlwr. .Imm Ixus-5. XIZIFIIIII IXIIlL.ll'I'X. JIIIIICS Iillnula-s. I"r:l Ixupp, Hill Ixrzmn-r lic-llx Ixrzuumf. lim' Iiuhu. II:-IIA' l.:nxlA '. limb I.:luIn- I.:nuIn I I '-I T4 I: .:nux. Huh .I't'Y1'I'. Xlurlllu Huw .1-ml:ll'4I. XIIIFIIYII .4-uix,I1:u'l I I I.:-Nix, Hlmlyx I.n-uis. NIIIIIIII I.IIlIlbI'1N'k, .la-ull I I I I ,ning tjfnml .num IZIILZUIII' ,uwln:nll. Iivllx .mxm:m. IX1lHIl'I'IIlI' XIIIIII. Dirk Nlzulupuu-rru. Illnu-r Xlnly, II1-Ir-ll Xlzlrlxlu-, 4l1'l':lI4I Hou II Xlnxxu-II. IIIII Nluxwe-II, Dun XII-lilinlnck. XYZIXIII' XII-floral. Xurlnzl Xlrtlurnxurk. XYulI:nc1 XII-Huy. li:n'I1al1'u XIcCrv:u'y. KVIIIIPIII XII-Ilznlin-l Nlury XIl'I'11l1I1lI'II. .Im-num' Nh-liuira-. I':nIriciu lnxvrl Fame- Iiullvy l'1I'IlllL'Il'lll' ril'4-1-iw Ilurullly liuxIin Row 4 XII-Imin, Nowmml xlfliily. Nlzwk Nh-Iiimn-y, Maury Nlilum. 'I'In-Ima Mill:-r, Annu Nlillvr. Iiill Xlilvllvll. .Iuhll xIIlI'I'IIIllIl. Iluunu Xlursv. HlIh1'I'I Klum-ly, Xlullrin-4' Huw J Xlusm-Imnn. liilln Xluslin. TII:l1'y Nlyvrs, N4-vu Nivhnl. Yimgillizl Nivlmlus. II+-Ion Nulllv 'I'h4-Imzl Nulinn, I.:ll'l Nurlml. NIIIVI Nmlimi. xlIlI'IIX'll Huw Ii xlllllfy, lfllllllll .I II'Iful1l1nl', Maury Illllvr, I"Iuy4I Ulvvy, .lilll llwvlxs, NI:ll'IIl:l I':nImvr. Mary I':u'4-y, Ilnsf-lnalvy I'1ll'k1'I'. II4-ul'pu- I':l5'lu'. L1-Ialml I'4-l'l'5'. Il:-rululim' I'4'IIiy:l'A'w, .Inv I'4'Ili:l'4-xx' Nlunu I'llz-nllis. lIin'Il:ll'nI -.. -V1 Hun T I'IlI1'5.iill'. Imnnhl I'in1-, Annu I'ilI1-mia-l'. Ii:lrIml':1 I'I:III. .lan-11111-Iilw I'nul'a-, .XIIu'l'I:l I'l':lIn'l'. Xlnry Ill'it'I', X-IIIIIIEI I'riIvIl:n'aI. I'uIr'ivi:l l'l'lDYI'IIk'l'. Iiclilh I'4'Iu-1'1l:lI. H1ll'II2lI'Zl Pusvy, Xilllillt' Iiulvy, Ilulum-s lIIIlll'I'. Illllllilll' Huw 8 lI:n'imIn-n. Iinln-rI Ih-flick. .Inhn III-slick. Xlzuwzaulw-I Ih-1-II. Iiill III-4-II. II0In'l'I III-II'ul'4I. xlIIl'IllII II:-sa-In-13 Nlurtlm III-ymvlmls. Nlirium Iivll, XYIIIISIIII Iihmlc-s, Nlzlrilyxx Iiigipzla-. Xunmi Ililllwr. Irma Iiisln-r. .Iunv Row 1 lloukwz-ll. Mary llmlccun. Bill llominv. Tom Ros:-lwrry, Viviun Roush, Juan Howl-, Hobvrt Sniimln-. Marilyn Sullnrlm-rs. Chnrlvs Suylor. liiigi-lu' Scuinmimrtv. .lose-pllinv S1'hlIllllll'll. Donald Sl'h00ll0Vl'l', lidith S4-iw-I. Mario Row 2 Svlilosslivy. Gi-rzild S1-lls. Evvlyu Shipli-y, Donna Shaw. IIlmi'lc-rw Shuuliz. XVilmu Simzla-lim. Alrlim- Simrlvton. Maxim- Sniiih. Marjorie Smith. l'l'isvillu Snymlor. .hum-Q Sumll-rs. Iiilly S1mm.:l4-r. Ile-ilu-i'i SDCIIFIIIIIII Frf-al Row 3 Sm-ck. Hugh Sm-uv:-r. Clifford Stanley. Ceinwen Str-iner. Florence Steph:-ns. Betty Stir-rwnli. Betty Sinitlc-lny:-r, Jean Stvf-ssc-I. Adi-line Stuart. Dick Summa-V, Cziswullen Inxert l':1ul Himw Bill l.nwl1'l' Row 4 Swiiiclwr. Mzxrlhu Sylve-ste-r. Bob ' Sylvc-sN'1', liviih 'l'ul'X'in. Hildrf-wi 'l'1ltl'. Bill 'I'uylor. Arlhui' 'l'uyloi', Donald 'l'uylo1', Ilvlvn uylur. .loam 'l'4-agile, Vellum Row 5 Titus. Mary 'l'h0nms1m. Ls-thu 'I'l1o11lps0n. NOYIUIHI 'l'1':u'y, Bill 'I'l'2lllb2ll'bLPl', Mary 'l'i-ilibf-ti. Mzxi':-iam-t Tlmmals. Vcshii 'l'ruPblnod, Pvzivl 'l'onmhs, .luck 'I'mmihs. Jl'2l!lllf' How ii 'l'opp1-ii. CIIIIFIUS Tyklv. Iivum.2c-liliv Tyler. Doris VII!-fl'l', Clil'l'ux'1l V1llld0V0llI1t'l', Rulh Yi-rmillifm, XVinil'ra-cl XV:iIkm', Ann NY:itsun. Maury XV:-zitlu-i'l'ni'cl. Bc-ilv XY:-uvm'. livzi XXX-Iluiis. liulpli XV1-lls. Mary NY1-lm-r'. .luck Row 7 XVWIV. XYilli:im XVII:-ali. xI1lI'jlH'i4' XYliiil:ik4-V, .lim XYih-ox, Bob XViIlll'l'. llivlmrd XYilIiums. Ilnrry XYilIi:ims. .luck XX'illialms. Jziunilzl XYiIIis. Mzivvin NX'ilsun. I4-iin XYilsun, l'uil'im'i:l XYilu-lic-sl:-1'. Mznvy XX'inrllzmi. Rub Row S XYUUQI. livlly XYl'i5.Clli, lilmrlz-5 XYi'i:4hl, l':lul xvyilllt, Norman Yah-s. -Illl'lllll'lilli' Ym-mn. Milclri-wi York licliih York. Huy' Yuumgs, .Kumi Mau ZI'tll'kiII'. Manrizm Zilnnu-rlnun. Mc-Hui l'llllQ'l'XYlHHl, lid Yzlm-n-, Hl'I'lllll1' Huw 1 Alulzn. livulyn .KII4-x. Nnrnm Alizli-morn, R1-xinzn .Xl'lnsil'om4, fir-urpu .Uwe-Il. Avia Iinrm-S. Yiruinin Illsn-khnrn. G4-in-va Illw-4-vv, .Ia-:milf-Ilv lirinilusi-. liulh liI'01'k.l'llil 41ll1lIlllN'l'S. Cnrclvlizn lllnrk. Marilyn tllvm, .loam FRE HMEN Rnw 2 CIPIIIOIIS. Maria- tim-lirznl. Ray Contos. Sandra llrzxih. Nlnry Fr: llc llnli. Hob H1-My XV:lltm'r llontun, Die-izvll, llrnlvy, XY:1l1lon llnrslun, Pniiy Cllarlvs Curl Iimilc-rt , lirskinv. Iiutslor. Jay l:2lI'lllL'l', Evvlyn How 4 Lush-y, Nornm lmwis. Donuld Iinvk. llc-My Nluxwc-ll. Mary Louisa' xlCCllI'llX', IAIYOIIIN' Mile-s. .Innin- Nlilvs. lioln-rl Nc-ol. Hvtiy Nc-vis. liolwriu l'nnn-ul, G1-orare llnhinsnn, Patricia Svlll-FS. Doris Sll0WV1lHl'l'. David lin lIlL'l'S Row 5 Smith. VViIford Sionv, Lvlm Sunnniii. Mary Villmllll, John Vvss. Ilvlvn XVllikiIlS. .lo Ann NVIIH1-, Barbara XVilli:uns, Mm' Ellvn Wilson. Donald York, Loren Zinn, Nilal Row 3 lfism-lu-r. Alfrc-ilu Frmlkv, Bob lI1H'SlllIl1lll, IllanL'll:1rd Hz-nslvy, I.:nn'a Hillipzoss. Ellllil'l' lliitlc. Rohvrt Hun, Dick llln-si. Ruth Johnson. Vvrn Iiuisvr., Joe lim-iih. Iinrlyn liiriwc-ll. Maxim- Kruvpzvr. L1-v lillcn J 82 'N , if qw l Z, ff' xx Q5 H6 f ra-P " . f 1 Q as if "Nil MQ? B N . mm RWM 1 AM flu. Six AIIWIIVIIWIIIEE em gi f ,,A xmk f 14' , .X I 2 y J' H, ' , ,,, ,,- 1-3r.'11'V 3 ' 'Q -1 r " . . f 'J- . N 5 nil' ' X X x v V ' X f' x ,X ' Nj, , ' N .L Nu , M - ,4 ,., 1, . - -v , Q.. xv Elaine' . ' .Jr'S:2A..gEE' xbf-EX?-f 525, +R Qc-.M9X MM """'X'Ei "' ' -ff-ff--W NS.e,.3J - s 0-NL, C CPN-1 eyx' up N f"HY5NU J rf ' ee- ea, OX , Htualen t !l1'lllIlIf and Me.. Q I'iXl'1'llliN4'fllbllllvil Ynwc An important accomplishment of the Council this year was the beginning of the inter-school dances. Also four of its members attended the national conven- tion at Milwaukee and thirty members went to the state convention at Bloom- ington, where Warren Stidham was elected president of the state associa- tion. More students were appointed to committees and the Junior Red Cross, Club, Home Room Discussion, and Monitor committees were established. A new procedure of electing' class of- ficers was enacted. Assembly officers have been presi- dent, Bob Matthew, secretary, Barbara Reed, president pro-tempere, Bernard Davis, and reading' clerk, Marian Can- aday. Executive officers have been: presi- dent, Gordon Hannafordg vice-presi-- dent, .lim Wilson, secretary, Barbara J ones, and treasurer, Warren Stidham. ltow l Pele lluvis Paul Brindusc Donna Lon Green Barlmr Pittenger Marian Cnmulny Joan Rznrkdull Burlmru Il- d . ze liob Matthew Lolita Montgomery Rosalie llries Marilyn Rhodes lht ' '. XVII 't 'i rieri 'i n e Mary Ann Gephardt Iloyzil Ileehtold Mr. J. J. Bailey Row 2---Bryce Brown Ora Im l e Marvin Shront Martha Cook Mary Lou McLain Louise Flanders ll-tt ' J ' 1 3 ones Forrest Kemerly Victor Nettervillc .lean Hunlriekhouse Frnneine Owens Xxvlllllll Todd Vlastu Manly Rob llariden Roh 'Puckett Row 3--Mr. Arthur Sh Jack Zoll .lxnnes Smith Max Efzginzm Joe Allen Tom Kuhn Lonnie XVeston Fred Bronnen In-rg irey Lester Shipley Don Swinford Charles Critehlow Ilavirl HIISUIHIII llob Robbins Hugh Swank Bill Edwards Row 4-Bob Yates Marvin Smith Bob Melaiin Henry Evert Gordon Fisher Doris Luther Jean Siflffllllllfll' Doris Bowser XVnndn Iiennis Mary .lo Behyiner Rosemary Morpznn Gene Moore .lack Sonpzer B'll I' 1 wen Jann-Q Kcesliup: In .verl ltow I Iluve HJISIIIHIII, Boll :l':nekett, Hormlon ll.:uunn- Iortl, tllmrlee Hailey Row 2 -.lim Collins, .lim NYilr-ion. liurton llauuuluy. Betty I'e-nee XY:arren Sticl- hznu. Maury Ann tiepliuwtt. IM-:in Nloore. linrlrzwu .lones Itnuv Il Gordon lfisher. Fred Rl'HIlllt'Ilbt'l'fI, liill NYilL.Elll'l'. lloh Xlutthew. Row l--Martha De Carolyn Pickering Barbara Reed Barbara Carpenter Marjorie Bndgely Hilda Simpson L' Elli ois s Lora Roettinger Bette Schmitz Kay Hampton Bill Edwards Gordon Hannaford Marylee Jones Babe Roberts Amelia Downey Joan Harris Phillipa YVyatt Vida Mclielvey Jean Garrctson Pete Davis Row 2-Lol ita Montgomery Erma Jenn Otterman Martha ltetqlierford Leslie Canning: Louise Spiegal .lc-an Bable Mabel Zcrkel Barbara Jones lluth Alexander V' ' ' l-I't irginia 1 e Bnrlmara Bronnenberu Gorgianna Hutton Lucille High Anna Mcliinl:-v Mollie Coverdale- Doris Smith Virginia Slater Betty .lo Ilull Betty Graves Loren Coale How ZtAl'hyllisann Scott John Johnston ltuth Hawkins uk:-r .loan Roush R '- 1" B osimuy aner. Phyllis Hillman Betty Goss Suzanne Yount Helen Rc-cob Donna Gibbons Mary Alice Miller Anna Louise Roc Joan Savage B1-tty .lo Funk Mary Rogers Rubs' Durgan Bertha Anton xxvlllllllll Melcher Bryce Brown Marvin YVagZner Row 4-Bill Siler Urban Sinionton Don Knotts Dick Atwood Virgil Trick .lack Rock Burton Canaday NYarren Stirlham Forrest Ryan Samuel XVilcox Benjamin Cook XYally Norris Ervin Milhoun Charles Bailev David Eastman Charles Miller Charles Vaughn James Plummer Mr. Ray Flcenor Inxerl Slarylc-0 .lones k I lr: .1 Bill lid wards W, Pri 4' i n ll inn lf: d Pu lieth- Schmitz SJ- '5.l, .S',. NIJ. we rdo A z mr 4 ' Katlilvrn lliilllplllll 18 tlt Clerk' Senate The Senate was established for the purpose of teaching students parlia- mentary law and to help them in public speaking. The conduct of its meetings is based on Robert's Rules of Parlia- mentary Procedure. This year the sen- ators have had ample opportunity to furthur their knowledge by discussions of such resolutions and bills as the "Lease-Lend Bill". This organization also has social activities including a dance in the fall. a spring dance, and the annual ban- quet. The officers for the fall semester Were: Forrest Ryan, presidentg Donald Knotts, vice-presidentg Virginia Hite, secretaryg Bryce Brown, treasurerg and Barbara Jones, reading clerk. The spring semester officers are pic- tured below. 87 1: 1' I Ilnvicl Iiilillllilll Ilnu' Zi Cllvslvr Srzvsny X ' ll Y ll ll ll lr Ilill If 1 Lhn ' vs . 11' n n XY1ll'l'l'll Sllillllllll Hl'1ll'l.Il' NIvNlulmn .luhn Gzuldis 1' I' llurolrl I,unsI'fn'd lluyzll llc-clxlulrl fllmrlvs lluilvy Ilryvr- llruwll lil'l'lllll'Il llnvis H1-ul'pLv firil'l'ilh Nlurk ll:lnn:lI'm'1l Ilob Phillips HI!!-'Pill' NVilsun Ill hurl Nlo Il li n .ook .lnnn-s lion-sling D1-:ln Moore 'l'1-ll Vinson Huh S1-:lion l.1'sl1'l' Shinlvv 'L' : ' , o'- llurlun Cznuuluy Durbin llulling.5swnl'll1 .lurk lfzllxf' Imviml Gunnl Rum -1-Mr, George- Davis Bill 'l'lmrnhurg .lim XVilson Hull' 2 Curl Nl2lllll4'NV Ilnll Mnllln-w lmn Main Dennison Russel! liucl nl'4llllll'Ilb1'l'2' T T I llonrzul fizlunl mn :ly or - -A I-I1lSt1-wart R i X 1 U limb 'l':l1'k1-ll Mm, Bmluslm Imvicl th-pllurzll .lzu-k l'riml4ly Ilill ll:-nslvy , xYlIll4'l' Slllllllllll Hill l"lSlll'l' In.wr1 lllmrlm-s lluilvy KY. l'rm-sl. GI:-11 l.lulsfnn'1l 1'l'l'4':nsl. Ilavill Haunt 1l'ra-sn, Hur- lloh l,.n son fum XX'i cox QDSVGII' Molson lluruld Snow Hill l'clu u l Nh l ll lm '. 'Z 'K S .,. llrm'4- Nlvkrl lllvn l.unsi'ord linrxlnn lfisln-r dun lfislwl' 131-01 ni-xr X ,f This club is considered by many as one of the outstanding organizations of the school. It has tried in every way possible to cooperate with the school administration. In December the club sponsored the annual "Line of Dimes" which finan- ced a Christmas party for the needy children of Anderson. The social functions of the club in- clude a beautiful and large all-school dance, fThe publicity for which set an all time record for volumelj one hay- ride, private dance, and a picnic. They were all most successful. '17-o M Y 1 fin . Lk . X590-Ju-L uk, , 72!W45'f' . pa. Pnl ks Pbcfke - Dt Wgfg hlgfefe que-e-Neq.4X Oivav- Qxnlg o lv-- ..-Yk:L-i.5'u-..-a, - 88 www MENU! Sgmlfv Q' I - 4 fs, Nllllllllill llunm' Sovivlx w The National Honor Society is an or- ganization for high school students oi' high scholastic ability. A new project has been under way by which members who are especially apt in certain sub- jects, are tutoring poorer students ir these subjects. They carefully explain. the difficult points in the work of the students and answer any questions that might arise. This club has also had very interest- ing and educational programs such as: debates, an old-fashioned spelling bee, informal discussions, and lectures on current topics, at its regular meeting:-s throughout the year. Arthur Shirey is faculty sponsor of the group. 89 Ron' l Miss Nlullvuln' liliil'll'XIl Nlzilnui- li:u'h:n'u Ili-4-ml lilizuhm-th Coop:-1' A lil . - lim u li 1 limlcl NOFHHI Roni' .lu Ann Sprimivr .lm-un Julius Gurdon ll:uuml'oril Evelyn Anton Ge-riruizuilm Hulluu I'hilIipu XX'y:ilt -ll'1lIllH' G:u'ri-lsun Ih-Hv llullnn .lumi Clcmvnis Row 2- -Mr. Arthur Shiri-y llcnv Forluefr lie-iwvru Busch Nlildrz-rl Cowie-in Nlal'gvi'y C1-rd:-n llosulii- Dries li1ll'l12lI'2l .lone-s B4-tty Pence florrlon Fisher lillfllbll Czumilny Helly Sampli- Anna Louisi- Rock Lora Klum- Gflliiim-1' lilizuln-Ill Birch K1lllll'yll lic-mlva Ri-ily Sr-hmilz .lohu Gurldis -,iw -f I 1 11'-riloiv Fi- hw- ll'l'0t-1. .H-am .lulius mY. l'rf-sf-. lin-lyu Aulou 154m-.b, Hm- rlon llzumlknil t'l'l'vus.1 Huw Il Bill l'4-A-kv XX'iImu 'I'nd4l lirum .Im-an Oli:-run .le-un Ann ll'nll .Ivan Anne- Nlille-r liuy lluumion lie-My .Io Funk XX'zuul'u Li-uuis lic-My Framin- llc-liy Hullvl louise- Spin-ual Xlurilm .lzuw lforkllz-1' Nlonu Trick Iizlrlmru liroiim-ulmvrg Nluhvl Zvrkvl liuynmnd Pri-run Row -I -Bill XX':l1kius Lois Dill:-on Phyllis Mulzigki-il Bill llownum Paul Ilobcy Hugh Swank Bi-tty Lou Ilzuuillon Sum NVilcnX Grunt lim-nsko Bob Ilill ,lim XYilson llurry Bluulvy .lurk Somzm-r Di-un Mourn- liob xlllill1l'NV xYlll'l'l'll Slidhaui limb NYL'5ll'iL'k SENIOR RIRI, RESHR Row 1--Betty Humbles Mary Boaz Donna Gibbons Vida Mclielvey Norma Roof Evelyn Anton NVandlu Lennis Jean Julius Doris Bradford Li Elli- o s 5 Estelle Fletcher Bette Schmitz Row 2 ----.losanh ine D anner Miriam Goyer Lola Mae Beal Barbara Dew Lola Mae Beal Anna Louise Rock Ruth Alexander Jean Ann Miller Mollie Coverdale Mabel Zerkel Pauline Sibera il' T I- Klar yn ols .lrs. Catfherlne llieh- ter Row 3 ---Belt y Frame Charolette llelashmit 'Enola Delinger lane Fv . , ans Donna Brown Kathryn Malone Loiq Ditteon Etna Mae Metllure NYilma Hurdaere Suzanne Younl Kay Hampton Rosalie Rrles Row -iahlary Fowler Joan Donnelly Jimmie Lou Digby Dorothy Barrett Betty lilols Bailey Martha I-Ibert Mary J. Webb Betty Ruth Bailey Louise Glaze Virginia H'ite Lois Barber JR. GIRL RESERVE Row 1AA'lrKinia Land Barbara Ann Carpenter Marjorie Badfzley Hilda Simpson Amelia Downey Donna Glbbens .Ieanne Buble Jeanne Garretson Philllna VVyatt Martha Retherrford Lora Roettlnger Ruby Duritan June Clements ltnw 2-Buelah Beard Ann McKinley Lucille High .loan Roush Maxine Royce Betty Groves Betty Hallet Betty X'Vllliamson Erma Otterman Mnrylee Jones Barbara Reed .loan Stevens Row 3-Mary A. Miller Marjorie Stuart Mary Critchfleld Virginia Slater Babe Roberts Helen Recob Norma Gill Mary Rogers Mary Ann Clements Betty .lean Craig .lean Ann Hall Row 4-Marth Forkner Georgia Heagy Rosemary Bauer Doris Smith Betty DeVlnne5' Betty Goss Louise Spiegal Patrlca Greve Bertha Blassaras Bertha Anton Mrs. Lashbrook. Adv. l T The Senior Girl Reserves are more than a social club. They are interested in service, social problems, religion, and World fellowship. The officers of the Senior Club are: president, Evelyn Anton, vice-pres- ident, Jean Julius, secretary, Wanda Lennisg trea- surer, Doris Bradford, and Inter-Club representa- tive, Norma Roof. Mrs. Catherine Richter sponsors this club. The Junior Girl Reserve club enjoyed a Christmas dance and later a Spring dance. Several informal meetings were held with dancing and refreshments and several group and panel discussions were ar- ranged. The officers of the club are: president, Jean Bable: vice-president, Louise Spiegalg secretary, Norma Jean Haynesg treasurer, Donna Gibbens, and Inter- Club representative, Betty Groves. The sponser of this club is Mrs. Hazel Lashbrook. The Sophomore Girl Reserve activities this year included a Christmas dance, Valentine party, recog- nition service, Inter-Club tea dance, several discus- sions, and talks on various subjects. The officers of this club Were: president, Virginia Downardg vice-president, Miriam Huserg secretary, Carolyn Reeder, treasurer, Jane Dawleyg Inter-Club council, Eleanor Crecelius. Their sponsor is Mrs. Virginia Vermillion. The Freshman Girl Reserves enjoyed a chili sup- per in December, St. Patricks Day party, a confer- ence meeting April 19, and Birthday Week April 20- 26. This club originated the idea of selling do-nuts in the front hall. The sponsoring of this club was under the able leadership of Miss Mary Alice Charlier. The officers were: president, Mary Lou McLaing vice-president, Barbara Pittingerg secretary, Eris Curryg treasurer, June Risherg Inter-Club Council, Virginia Nichol. eserves, H .lf v SOPII GIRL RESEII 2 Row i ---- Anne li. l-'oust Virginia Fowler llarolyn Reeder Mary Huser .anne Dawley lilennor Nash fl . D1-un Bl'0llllC'lllll'l'5.Z Row 2 -Maxine Man- tooth Burha1'u Fletcher Martha Else-a l ' Lol Caro y 11 1522 Lillian Reeder lileanur Crm-cil ins .loan Curraway How Ji-f'Mar,ioriv Ih- lx Ori! xvlllllkl Hr-ugy Martha Cook Marjorie Fuller ,lean Loudenlmck Phyllis hwank Ros:-nniry Morgxun , Mrs. XVIVS-Zllllll Vermil- lion FRESII. GIRL IIESV Rom 1 -llelen Myerg lidith Provence liris Curry Barbara I'itlm-mlm' .. . .' Y.l 1 Xlflllllld . nemo I Mary Lou NICLHIH June Rsher Eunic Hilligoss Mary .Io Titus Mu1'tlm Ayres Marilyn Clark Margaret Dnrrn-r Row 2--Betty Alt Betty Bzxrnlmrt Keturnh Howe Melissa Ill-tlllofi' Eleanor Frost Ann XVnlker .lzlvqlleliiw Ynsl Patsy Heinenmn Sully Berry Marilyn Rhodes .lean Hunirickhouse Betty Luck Lee Ellen Krueger Eli Row Zi-Betty liisel Shirley Allen Mona Pettigrew Viviun lloseherry Phyllis Farrun Maxine Iiirlwell llolu-rin Nevis .lune Hawkins Vera .lohnson llc-My Mvliilliellclrly Suzanne Dyson linrlyn Keith Rum el -Burlmru Cle .loyce Carver Barbara Mvlloy Mzwgaret Redick .lean Ma-Fudden 5I1lI'l-':Zll'4'l Triblreit Marjorie Smith Alice Jenn Atwood Marilyn Mulvihill Mary Ruth Rockwell Miss Marie lllmrliu . QLQ., if-ea 1, X . S . 'zgv th! 4 4 if X If s 4 iw 3 x mb. .W 5 5 it '?"N L ' ..,, . 1.-M, we ,- SXXX , , f M . . x' 'Q-W' Ami: xwvnlswwgm V VX ww.. ,, :pm i -Q A .Ry 5. N My Q ,E 1 y':v. .1- FX ,I F F f 5 ' 5 9 Q if zdff ,Q ,.,. 3, ,. A is 4 V52 Q eff' - v i- AGQ3' dak Ss K 513533: ' Q1 if m fx rg iiiiwgibi PW fs vf 1 l-.7 -i 'X -i D .F Hull' I llullx Alvxznll- llvl' xI1llN'l Zvrkvl Luis lillis Nlr. l'yl'ilIlk lizlkvr' Nlzn'g:4-rv llydvn liurlnn tnumrlny Nurmu ll:-nm-y Bill'lHll'll. .Innes Nzulry llill l2:ll'nl3'H Slillvv Huw 2 -Bill lfislu-1' Ilvlly llzlvis Luuim- Snivgnl Nlum .ll'1Ill l"ilflmlx'il'l' lislf-llv l"l1'l1'ln-1' l,nr:n nlll'HlllLIl'l' .In-rm Julius Plllllllll' Silrvral lull., .lnllnslun S lx nllllun lluw I 'z l llznlmtun 4-um,.l.u1.n lllll Nlznrllm Lou NI: l'4 f 'F-59' SHX1' l'5 .It'!lll l.:1wsnn .ll-W1-ll llruwr GI"ll't' l"cl-fvllluu 1 l Il ul lluln' ' 1 lion -l .lulnvs l'1 s ll:-rn:n'cl Glun .luvk law- Boln llnllh UNK .lzlrli lfuslvl' Gurdon lfislu ' Ink Nliclmllmlun limb xY1'Sfl'll'k tl:-url.:v Xlrlluh 1 lux' lmuiw- Spin-gal llul 1 Xl mv Inns llllx Xlulnl fcvlul lAllll51' Syria-gurl l'll lllx Hlllllllll 5 . VII'-Il'llt' XYiI Ntlll xlIll'l:fl'l'l'- llylc-I1 l.l'SlIl' tzmmmz Hun' " 'z Q l' I lun: X an Ilxl lfnwll liulwrl lilllhm NX-'-my u' if 1 I Il N1 xml Im ll.uuI4l 1..1l1x Xl! Hllllll Xvllllllll' XYl1i ' Il ui ssvll ' : " 1114 ,:lm filIl2Illl'lZ lfuu' L llivlmlwl llnlfw , tt Hi' Hmm lmu' an -:mml 1 ul "' 44' l " I1-n lllllll XY:ull:n'1- lizllf- liilllllla- 'ml X-Mlm N-lllN'I'l Nurris I .Inn Plumuu-r ll:n'nl4llxl1x13un1 Huh NX-muh XYiIlnlr l'm'lvr llulpll ll:-Ill-ln, NEWSPAPER: The X-Ray Feburary 27th was a red letter day for the intellectual population of this high school, because on that day this year's issue of the schoo1's literary magazine came off the press. Phyllis Billman, Margery Hyden, Forrest Ryan, Louise Spiegal, Leslie Canning, and Eugene Wilson served on the editorial board. Barbara Bronnenberg, Fred Bron- nenberg, Bruce Douglas, Lois Ellis, Gerrie Glover, Mary Emma Huser, Doris Mears, Marilyn Mulvihill, Caro- lyn Pickering, Lora Roettinger, Louise Spiegal, Mabel Zerkel, Bill Cheever. Bill Tate, Martie Decker, and Maxine Endicott wrote for the LITTLE CHIEF. MECHANICS: . The Printing Dept. 95 T During October, thirteen members of the X-Ray staff attended the Indiana High School Press Association Conven- tion at Franklin College. Among the honors won by A. H. S. students were: First in newsvvriting, Barbara Jones, first in editorial writing, Carolyn Stil- leyg first in features, Kathleen Hamp- tong second in proofreading, Jean J uliusg and Lois Ellis, third in features. Frank Baker is the advisor and Claude Barner is in charge of the print- ing of the paper. Gordon Hannaford and Burton Canaday served as editors- in-chief of the publication during the fall and spring semesters respectively. MAGAZINE: The Little Chief When strolling through the basement of the building, you Will pass a room which appears to have an industrious group of young men. These men are the printers. They have a very impor- tant part to play in the school and a lot of responsibility rests on their shoul- ders. Among their important tasks are printing the Year Book, X-Ray, and basketball programs. Among other articles that are print- ed are class schedules, curricula sheets, report cards, and basketball schedules. The printers are under the supervision of Claude P. Barner. Noblesville, Indiana, was the scene of the annual picnic of the third oldest club in A. H. S., the Science-Math Club. The Student Council and the Science- Math Club were also cosponsors of the first school skating party held at the new roller rink. An after game dance appeared on the club schedule of these young mathematicians and scientists. L. R. Lee and B. B. Horton with Jack Ice as president and officers Lester Shipley, Doris McFarland and Bill Wagner have guided the activities of the club this year. Camera i Club This club with the aid of their of- ficers: president, Paul Farley, vice-- president, Chester Sczesnyg secretary- treasurer, Robert Oberliesg and cor- responding-secretary, Hugh Swank and their sponsor, Dwight Morris has had a successful year. The object of this club is conservation and restoration of natural resources. Some of the important projects that have been sponsored during the year 1940-41 were raising birds for thc county, the organization of a rifle and a casting team within the club, and aiding the Senior Club to raise money for the community club house. Science-Math Club In 1939 the Camera Club was organ- ized. The purpose of this club is to teach students the fundamentals of photogra- phy. A dark room has been provided for the club in which they may develop their own pictures. These young, camera enthusiasts sponsored an after school dance and many interesting field trips. With Robert Woodruff as president, Roy Wheasler as vice-president, Irwin Chalfant as secretary-treasurer and Gordon Julius as faculty sponsor, this club has great things to look forward to in future years. J unior Conservation Club ....a.a. ana... .. ... ...N - .: 1 Row 1-Mildrzd Cerden Dorothy Simpson .lo Ann Springer Vida Mclivlvey Sophie Paneol Georgiana Hutton Gladys XVells llow 2-Mr, B. li. Hor- t0n Virgil Trick Dennison Bassett Odell Johnson Lester Shipley Tom Kuhn Johnny Johnston Mr. L. R. Lee Itouv 3-Lonnie esto .lim ML-Lain Pauline XVf-hh ' June Kokes Bill Bowman Basil Reniley Bill Siler Row 4-Bill NX'agner Bob McLain Jack Ice Dave Gaunt Hugli Swank How 1-listulle Fletcher Irvin Clmlfant Robert XVoodruf Roy XVheasler Betty Hawkins Row 2---John Austin Betty Sznnnle Nondas Ervin '46 Elaine Alatqa John Cummins Row Bleltaynfond Kiikli ' n Hllflll P, Harrison Betty Tolle Kathleen XVingrove I Row 4-Robert ' ke Mr. G. Julius Bob Bayse Row 1-Charles Norton Hugh Swank Chester Sczesny Paul Farley Robert Oberlies Donald Miller llow 2-Durbin Hollingsworth Kenneth Skees Robert Cassell Robert Thomas Harold Corder Row 3-Robert Voke Xvilliam XVatkins Lester Dickey Russell Cummins Row 4-Elmer Shafer Joel XVink1er John Cummings Alexander Karpinski Mr. Dwight Morris HAND - Lolita 'lthayv1' Huw I lmrutlly Ntr Maxim- N4-wtnn Cain filll'iSillHl Nlanship llruu-0 M1-A1't K1-ith Sylva-str-1' lirlith Svlnmlluvt-r NVillia111 I'1Zll'llll'l' llnlu-rt llustr-th-I' llnha-rt Mryt-rs Sun' .lullllstun 'l'r1-vt-llgq C1-igt llnw Il - ll'l'llt' lA-- 3la1'jo1'i1- lfullz-r l!l'1Ill1l vil'L.Iilll1l livkr-l .lzu'q111-li111- lla-xtur lllllbylvlll' lll'lliillLIl'I' liilrlrara Ilasic-r llllll' ltishm-1' lluwarrl Ahhntt llavimi Ilatvs Huw 2 -Jann-s Nl1'l.ai11 iit'Ul'LC1' l'attun lack Smith .lZllllt'S liiblllillt' llolu-rt ltuuf llulwrt xll'l,lllll lilnism- tluolu' Mary l,n11 Mt'l,ain Il:-anv iiI'Ulllll'lllll'l'H Mary li. th-ylmlrts i'1ll'1llllll' Nash .Ia-an .luliuq Iuan I':V4'lX'll S1-lla ltuht-rt Dara Mart.u1ritv Zmnk tlharlm-s King Xiiltlrwl timltlartl llarnlcl llirhwinc- liartuara Ntvtluy fil'IlAN'iltll'll llandlvy liolu-rt llittls' Norman lirnwn lhlssz-ll Znnk Vivian llnsvhvrry Narnia .lm-an llaym-s Marjorie Smith llnlwrt Clark David Salatin XValtcr lilack Mary Nlill'H1lI't'l S1-ars liow 4-AGlAl'LIf!TQ' .I 0114-s Fre-dvrick liimls lillllvllt' Ilns0lw1'ry xvllllillll 'l'at4- Shirlvy Allt-n Marvin NVand5 Virgil Stal:-y Betty .lanv lillfllllt .Ioan Y:-agc-r Mr. Ilicharfl llcn hunter 98 -r L'Cll- 0RCHES'l'llA - Row '1-Ma1'juriv Ft-r! dr-11 Virgil Staley F1'v1I4-1'i1fk Franklin 111109301111 D1-nlillge-r Jllllt' llishvr Row 2- 'Fl'Zllll't'S Mc- Cain Gcnrpur Pam-ol llohvrt Mvycr xviiilillll l'i2ll'lllt'I' Jann-s Htbllllllt' ClHll'i4'S King Marjorie lfullvr Virlftinia lick:-1 .lac1l114-li1n- In-xtvr Dorothy Mctlain Bruce MrA1't lluw It-'-Yirgi11ia lSl'Ilt'fll'I liita Patton Mar,inri1- Smith K1-ith Sylvvstvr' Nt!I'lll1l .l 1-an llaynv Nlarvin XYuods Vivian llnsrln-rry lioln-rt M1'l.ain Harold ltirhwinv Mary li, llvynoldg Mary 1,011 Mrl.ain XValtc1' Blark Mary Marplarvt Sea Staxidimz til't'LI0l'Y Jones i"I'l'llt'l'll'k llimls Susy .lulinstnn Mr. Richard Rvnccnlrerpgcr Jonn Ycafzvr Band and Orchestra "Oh, the concert in the park"-- a good beginning for a song and also a begin- ning for a write-up on the band of A. H. S. The band gave a concert for the entire population of Anderson and it was well received. Besides the concert these musicians took part on the Corn Festival at Tip- ton, played in parades, and sponsored a chili supper. The band also gave an added touch of color and sparkle to the basket-ball games in being responsible for between half entertainments featuring the drum majorettes pictured below. The orchestra takes parts in style shows and other activities under the able direction of Richard Rencenberger. How about giving three cheers for the instructor and those who make up the band and orchestra of Anderson Senior High School. DRUM MAJORI- l IL Ftna Mae McClure Ruth Ebert Betty Tice Norma Meyer Martha Eh t Dorothy G ii Thirty-two members were in the Boys Glee Club the first semester and forty-three the second. Among the programs in which these boys participated were a Vesper Service at the Mthodest Church, Kiwanis Club Luncheon, Greek War Relief program at the State Theatre, May Festival in the gym, and the County Festival at Markleville. They were accom- panied by Lora May Gahimer. Seventy-six students were in the Girls Glee Club the first semester and ninety-four the second. They took part in several programs: Annual Christmas Program, Muncie Festival, County Festival at Mark- leville, and the November meeting of the Parent- Teachers Association. Their accompanist was Wilma Dixon. Miss Dorothy Dunlap directed both groups. ltnuv I Leona Matelielt Marv I"Sllllt'l' -l2N'lIlll'llllt' llawkins l.IIIlan nl'I'tl1'l' Marva .lean llZII'lll'1lX'1'S lileanor llnnl Xvlllllil Alexander Ann Nl4'l7Kl'I' llorotlia Miller llelen Lane .linnny Lon Digby Carolyn Ill-eiler llarlmra Slam-su Xontlas lirvin Maxine linclieott liarhnra Shaw Marjorie Perry Lorraine .lerahek Gloria Alexander Hose I-lllen Stewart Harriett .Xult Shirlie xVllll1llllS Dorottliy Hinkle tlolleen Boyer Dorothy Taylor Franres Malirk Mary .Io Martin lin-lyn lh-4-kr-r Mary lluston .lane Evans ltuhv llenilerson lion' 2 Mary .Xliee Mil- xvlllllll Dixon Lena Preeun lf:-rol U'lleron Q ler lic-tty Scott Betty xvllllllllt Melina lienens hraee lil'0l'klIl1lll livelyn Yanclevenmler Alice MMattox Helen Anton .lane lllll Iii-tty XXX-lister Donna Faye Ellis Iii-tty .lean XYikle llutli Sellers Lois tlzule .loan Carlnody Mary Lev In-ally tl:-rule Sunnnt-rs Martha Surfaee Anna May Youngs Betty .lo Amit-k .lean Ann Farr Mary Swelnain Judith Noony Huw Il -.Ioan James Row 1 -Malcolm tlald well Donald Miller Robert Baker Cl. ' NI'll 'irtnee i 1 s Lora Gahimer. Ac. XViIlii-nn NVm'tz Geo rge Alatza liugene Madison Clifford Corn Rom 2'-eJanies Bl linxzene Fisher lIlil't'ord Huffman 'I'on1 Ilonston Charles tlritchlow llnssell Davis lioh Nelson lidninnd lfonst air Iloseniury Branch Betty Dunn Iletty Zion Evelyn Yust lifartlia XX'hitehonse Zuellen llranehla llulxy Ilathauer lion' 4-Helen llo Betty XVatson M- tl' F' l .ir 1.1. in ey Jane lxelley Margaret Smith Eva .lean Smith Mary Taylor u I Rum 3---Clarence Shi kle Dan Hrindnse Norman Miller Alvin Nunley Virgil King XYarren Herbert Raymond Davis Run' -14-Ronald Ach Hugh Harrison liayniond Preeup Toni Coverdale Lawrence Land ltobert Swain Miss Dorothy Dunlap Betty .lo Hull Carolyn Miller Jeanette Srampn Florence Hyndm Phyllis Swank Marjorie Dul'or Margaret Redick "S" Jeanne Tooinhs Mary Bender Lorem: Payne Nedra Blaekhu Katherine Cam Sara Cooper Marjorie Schneider Run' I Norma llool' Marx' Panrol llvtty IN-lice B4-rm-icv Nlatchrit In-a llnih Cochran llowaril Stinson Miss Dorothy Dunlap Roh Swain Martha llvvker .Ivan Cill'lN'Illl'l' Norma .lc-an NY:-lls Phillipa NYyatt Rum 2-Alartha Cook Martha Lou Clmncnt Carolyn Pirke-ring Lora fi1llllllll'l' Lora-nv Payne .lack NVillianis Xvlll'l'l'Il Stiilhani Nlaxinc' lindiroll lluliy llllllHlY!'l' Gem- llarmlwivk Yancz- Sinnnonds llvlly 'Firm' Huw 3 --llnliy Duryian Marv Ann Lloyd lk-My Hallett 'FIIOIIHIS Langley lillgvm' XVilson V ,..L-J .lark Roda-can Donald Carlisle- llonald Mitvlwll Elaine Alatza .loan Sulnnill Arlo Dnllois Row i Isalwl Taylor lh-rllia Anton Joanna- Sav:u.u' xvlllllil H1-ally Mary lingers Nathan llicharclson Manson lllirnch Ilonalml Richardson Nlalrolni Caldwell Roseniary liarnliizvr lialhryn liz-nila Xlnrlha Cannon lnxrrl llvtly XY:-lxstc-r. .launili lilsua, NUl'lllZl .lean Nluorw. Gm-orgia llcagy. lililalivlli llirch AI How 2 wlanlos Pills. Doris Gorr:-lson, Norma Nlyc-rs. Ann NYoods, Bill XVau.:ncr W Q '2rQ,JliD Yes Children, it's Spring, however, those are not the birdies sweetly sing- ing, but the Choral Club. They must have been heard singing clear to New- castle, for Newcastle High asked them to sing at their convocation. Perhaps it would be stretching it too far to say that they heard them in Indianapolis from here. Just the same the club was invited to the beautiful Scottish Rite Cathedral at Indianapolis where the group gave a very fine performance. These are just two of their many ap- pearances this year. These fine concerts are due not a little to the group's com- petent leader, Miss Dorothy Dunlap. Q,-3'-I--'XD l-27-K Wx- 1 bg, . M' Q-T i g mga! Sb' 2 G is g n ik: A g , .. in ,sn-Ah 23,yM.:.Vg.- . 9 01 3,21 5 r 1 e J . I , XE... v if--f v4 5' on H Q Q. tm , ' gf"'Z'-"ii X my mst-,Ns ix!-k.,QfL, ,Ig nv n 'rklxg ,sag Matrix, l..J . 'lil Q3 'S our 1--Rita Bablo XVillialn Gregory Margery Cordon .lack Blur-mle Martha .l. Forknvr .lllllll'S Pinvr Annie Foust Row 2wCarolyn So .loanav Coil Pauline' Castor lloyal llvcllilrl xvlllllll Alrxanr .lack Ile-nslcy Holly XX'0lJsh-r llarhalra llvf-ll Row 3--France-s Huds n XViIln4-th Olvcy Lavonnv Hoover Phyllis Hauri Mary E, llallry Miss Fanniz- Nafzlv liarhara Jones -,gnuxk s lion' l-linola Dvlimzvr .le-an Anna' Millvr llosalic- Ilrivs Barbara .lonrs lirig Carry Ilow 2 Mrs, Edna NVhitson .loan Jackson Loaisu- Soi:-gal Ruth llauff Mary Maruarart Sr-ara Rum I -Annv Mvliinloy Sophia Pancol .Iohn Johnston .lini Holnine K4-nn!-tli Ray Gladys XYDIIS How 2 -.lack Zoll Mary Jane- Talbori .lm-umm liable llvlty Hamkins Clara Manlg Suzanne- Yonnt H1-ary Day Row 3-Mrs. Geraldine Sirlcklvl' Basil llI'lllll'y ll:-ntton Pryor liill Hall Rum -I' -Nile' Buhler Jack l'c-ttibonc Harry Manle-y Linton Udvll Latin Cluh The French Club is a group of stu- dents interested in furthering their knowledge of French. This club pro- vides an excellent opportunity for those French students who are desirous of enjoying the benefits this fascinating language provides. The highlight of this year's club program was a dough- nut sale and the awarding of the scho- lastic prize in French to a graduating senior. The French Club is sponsored by Mrs. Edna Whitson. Officers for the 1940-41 season were: Rosalis Dries, presidentg Jean Ann Miller, vice-presi- dent, Barbara Jones, secretary-trea- urer. Spanish Club 103 The Sodalitas Latina, or the Latin Club spent some of their time studying various topics dealing with the private life of the Romans. The usual Christmas and Easter parties were held. The gifts received in the exchange at Christmas were do- nated to a welfare organization for dis- tribution to children. As a part of the Easter program the "First Easter" as given in Matthew. was translated from Latin. The club also prepared a Latin Exhibit. The officers were Margery Cerden. president 5 Erma Jean Corder, vice- president the fall semester, Jack Blue- mle, the spring semesterg and James Piper, treasurer. Miss Fannie Nagle acts as sponsor for this group. French Club Fiesta time in Mexico with its gayety nd laughter had nothing on the grand time the Senoritas and Senores had at the picnic of the Spanish Club. Perhaps some beautiful Senorita won a dashing Senor by showing her talent of opening boxes and bags of food Senora Strickler was the chaperone of the Senoritas and Senores. President of th club was Senor James Romine. The other officers were vice-president, Senor Kenneth Rayg secretary, Senor- ita Sophia Pancolg and treasurer, Senor John Johnston. v . Ihuu I .Us-Illlu xil'Kl'l'l'I"1'll H-:nvh lllvllh I! ll ' f': I H1-I4-I1 Immu- hr-mvn liurg l,oui-v 1GI:nz4- ""l"- l'5'fm- XYIlm'- Il:n'1l:n'l'v xvilllllll lA'lllllS i'liIHl Nlzu- Nl4'flIlIl'I' Iluwm-ll tZummin..e4 llc-nv I'l1ll'llll'l' lh-Ili Sfmmlz- Nlnry l'll'illh'l'S i'lllNYl4'l' luslrllf- l"I1-lvlu-r livlly lfrzmn- I'.1ll'lIllI' liyuu Maxim' l.l'llll1ll'Kl Nl:ll'Ylffu'Iiu1-ll NIV. ill'l'Ill1lll llullvll llurlw Iix':uII'm'cI Run' I Iiuln-rl llurf How L! .luunita Stut- lluynmnrl l'r1-rum Ill I nllx XIII n I X x 'z 'su '-' .4-Yhy livllx' li'lil4-5' Nliri Ill 12413-4-1' l,HI'IilllX liZll'l'1'll lllvllll- High .lurk Nliilmllrlull l:uY1mIlu- Yllllkl'l' X4-il Nlnllln-ws Lum Phi-Ips ."-hu filIll!lllillLlg I"l'u'-rcs I.1llHl l'uul Holly IS'-'IV' l"i'i'1- .luzm I.:-nnis Ii'---:'aI'u-r Hulln Nl:u"1'u'1-l Sl'illIIH!l1M'll!'T Xlildrml IM-nl Alnlu-1' liufliwy XIIIVIYII lll1'lll'll .luv .Xlll'll I--is llnlh-un lianllwli l'ik1- Plmllls Nlulziglu-il lIl.Yl'l'1 lfffllr 'K Mrs, Inu Russ:-II llummins l'l'r4-us. f'lllll'ilI'll'Ill XY:ln1l:n lmnnig KV. l'I'1'Yl H1-llv Yillllllll Irish-llc' l'll4'it'lll'l' 13 J, hum Brown Holly Snlnpla- ll'r1-s.h IXIIHN Y our llih Llllll "All aboard! all aboard for Dietzen's Bakery, Guide Lamp, Hughes-Curry, Anderson Mattress, Sewage Disposal Plant, and the Post Office. "All off for the bakery. Right this way to learn the tricks of baking. Next stop is Guide Lamp. Perhaps We can learn how parts of our cars are made. Let's visit Hughes-Curry and see the process of meat curing. Sleepy? Well our next stop is at a mattress factory so come along. Learn more about your city. If you wonder Where and how those letters you Write go .... " Thus goes the K. Y. C. Club. x A ,gl f gfyawl L Dramativs Club . Comes Spring and for a time the Dramatic Club under the watchful eye of Ralph Boyd hides itslights under a bushel more or less While the,Seniors take their bows for the senior play-- splashing the firmanent with glory. But you can't keep a good man down. "The Anderson High School Dra- matic Club present" is becoming a very popular phrase. You have heard it at two convocations this yearg over the radio fthe usual custom of presenting a play over WHBU was continued with a tale of the supernaturaljg and intro- ducing the annual open house plays. 105 Rom 1 Phil'ip'n .lm-:nine li'n'r:-tsmx Nluriun lluluuly Ilwi- liushnzm Donny lhsse-ti Gro, Gril'l'ilh lieth- Schmitz Mark Ilunnu!'ux'cl N::m'j.' Hill I'11u 2 ilxrol Sl flZlI'Olyll l'll'kf'I'lll .lm-:nn .fullns I.: lm Nxlson lliwxs. F.I1llQ-1' li.1l'lli1l'.k .Inna-s I.wlIl:x xllllll21llIH'l ll 1"-1 Xlvurs YX'y:ztiIfuu' Il Lora: lhlminm:-2' liuy llzmmlou H' if fl tluunt ll fx Xlulllu-ws X"1". 'i'uy'c-r .lim Ilvz-ralixrg .loumlr Suvujix Don lino.1 ' s Row 1 Mr. li nlph Hwy-I llvlrn llll5.2ll1'S illvy llonrzul tiuunl Burton Cumuluy lll'2lNYl-0I'll Hunlvy Ulm Slain lnxvrl lllnrh-s Nlillvv 1l'rus1 x liailllm-n llumplam 1S1'c.v 'l'rvus.1, ll:-nmisun Ins srl! mY. Pr:-sn House Of Representatives Art Association Sub-Deb Club The purpose of the House of Repre- sentatives, which is open to Freshmen and Sophomores only, is to develop the public speaking ability of members and acquaint them with parliamentary procedure. The social activities of the club this past season were a doughnut-sale and an after school dance. Sponsors of the club were Miss Vir- ginia Lindstrom and the late John P. Amick. Officers for the 1940-41 season were: Hugh Harrison, speaker, Martin Schickle, vice-speakerg Cleda Achor, treasurer, Martha Elsea, secretaryg Victor Netterville, roll-clerkg Jimmy Collins, reading clerk. Here are the members of the And- rson High School Art Association of 1940-41. With them are their sponsors, Misses Wilma Balyeat and Mary Hum- phrey. The purpose of their club is to create Wider interests and greater ap- preciation of art. Many unusual and interesting events have been sponsored by this club under the able direction of: president, Jack Foster, vice-president, Amber Guffeyg secretary-treasurer, Bob Burkholder. Some of their different activities in- cluded a Christmas party, skating party, trip to Indianapolis to visit the John Herron Art Museum, and the an- nual exhibit of the Anderson Society of Artisits. With the purpose in mine of helping each girl develop a more pleasing per- sonality, the Sub-Deb Club was organ- ized this year. Many discussions have been held to try and carry out this idea. Other clubs sponsored candy sales and doughnut sales, but to be different this club sold popcorn. Pauline Sibera has headed this group with Mollie Coverdale as her assistant. The minutes and funds of the club have been hand- led by Jean Anne Hall. Miss Margaret Mullendore and Mrs. Sara Pippen are gliebfaculty advisors of the Sub-Deb u . 106 llnw I Niariwanda Stinson ,lack Martin Annim- Faust Martin Schick:-l till-da Aclml' llugh Harrison Martha Else-a Dun Swinford Jani' l.ll'i'lll0YlCll .linnny Collins .lnnv Hawking Huw 2 -Jani-i .lonvs M4-lissa IM-tlllofl' Carolyn Darwin Patsy Hamilton .Ir-an lirnsslnan Patsy lla-in:-man Ann XYalk1-r liarulyn Lum.: llilll'll'l'lllI' Nurion Mary Ann livpharli XYinil'ra-il Vu-rlnillinn Sally lla-rry Huw l Anita Rosa-- lwrry lava'lyil lbrohst Phyllis Fram'Q' .lnnv Ch-nn-nis Jinnnii- Luu llighy Virginia Slaif-r Donna .lu I ia lirnwn Spvarnian Mary .larre-ll Narnia Ili-fi-ld liuw 2 ,I Vivian ll:-id lirillnn llill lillvn Russ suv I-'ox Virginia Land Nllil'KlIl'i'i llvrhsl llnrnthy Sinipsnn Bi-rttlia Anton Xlllllvl' linffr-y Ilvx lic-nm-Ii How I liarhara Sh: Hvlty Nl00llll'j' loan Carinmiy lc-an Ann Hall I'aulin1- Sihcria ilulliv lluvm-rrlalv llary NlilI'l,l1il'l'l Sianlvy Phyllis llnvm-rilalv Ivan Julius lun:-t Bond low 2 livlty Hz-rry Innn Me-N4-l's XIll0llil llcnvm-5' if-My Silva-rs rlary Criiclil'if-lil inrbara DaI'nrv rlurylz-1' Bn-ally iosalr-0 Dries rlaln-l Zvrkvl Inan llnnm-lly blisq Muruarc-l Blullvn- dors- Nlvrmi NlrNm nl Huw Ii- -Bob Phillips Louisa Flnmlvrs Catlwrim- l"Sinlvl' lluih Haufl' Rnsadori- Hahn Phyllis Givans llnhe'l'ta Nc-vin .loan llivizvn liathlvvn Vulnzlii L1-na l'r0clln .lanv lhiwlvy Lolita 'l'hay4-r Row I -Mary l-'V:im'1-s ML-Lain xvillllll Ilvagzy l.awrm-ncv Land liill Farnwr xVillii'I' Riggs lil'lIL'l' Douglas Huh Mars:- llay lfortlwl' Nm-il Matthew liz-My Stulsnian Nlisq Virginia Lind- stroin Nl rs. Hr-Ii-n llllllII!lll'1'B linw Ii -Bliss Nlary Hnlnplliroy ICI4-anur listing Iii-nnvtli Brainininp: Xlariha Hiatt linlic-rt Fisllm-I' Carl Klllllll4'l'llll:,I lluhori Mvyvr llnssvll Conlvy lJ.:n Faussi-tt Iiva Smith Hull' 1 Nic-rrill Bullli Nliss NVilnia Balya-at .lnhn Xlillvr Nlarylin Dil-tzvn Virginia Howe Etna Nlcfllurv Phyllis Matzigkuit Huh Burklmldvr Gvnrgn- Alalza Alva Ke-lly .lack Foster How 3--lirris Curry Fluri-lice Hynrhnan Marylm-4' .lomfs Suzannv Younl Louise Snif-gal Paulina- XVvhh llviiy Goss Mary Alice- Mille-1' Marjorie- Norman Narnia Jani- Evans Mrs. Sara Pippvn Row 4-Ellen Russ liarlc-nv Ryan Lorraine .le-ralwk Marilyn lhvi-Cc' Nlarorim- Scllm-idx-r Mary H1-lc-n llilvy Martha Lou Me-ars Donna Gihhvns llosadwrc- Hahn .lininiiv Lou Digby J unior Rell Cross 5 This is a newly organized club this year. Approximately sixty students are enrolled. There is a student represen- tative from each home room. The club sent four delegates from school to go to Washington to attend the National Red Cross Convention. The ones who attended were Barbara Bronnenberg, Marian Canaday, Evelyn Yust, and Bill Griffey. The club took care of the annual sale of Red Cross Seals in the School. The officers of the club are Bruce McArt, presidentg Jack Songer, vice- presidentg Marian Canaday, secretary: and Frances Hudson, treasurer. Leo Sanders is the sponsor. 108 lluw I Arllmr 'l':1ylur lil:-du Ai-lmr lflbllllll l.0ll lll't'4'Ilt' xvlillllll Bull:-r liurlmru Fla-lcln-r lrlruiwis llurmmly Nlury l'1llllll'l' Allllt' fllcliinlvy Xlulu-I Zvrkn-l Luis lillis Anwliu llnwnv-V NIm'i:m' Czllunlwy .lll5l'UlllllI' 5t'2llIlDIlllll'll' Mary l"Simvr l'ullv XYilliilm- livluruh lluwi- Nliss Mary Olds Jam:-s Piper lluw 2 fburlmru llron- nvl I pra- , . Lilsu Prokos lim-ily XYt'llSll'l' lA'llll l'l'c-vim lsallmvl 'Taylor l':Sllll'l' Svipcl NVilm'u All-xumlvr l-Zmmu Nunlvy lfrum'vs llmlson lilmlyg l.1-wis lil:-:mor Frost -lllllX li'4-lxmil .lamot .Iom-s llvzuu- limliiim-1llJ"l'l.2 llolu-rt lhlie-nc-1' llnln-rl Swuim lluw il lluhcrl XVII nl Jul- Alle-n IH-lv Keys xlllflllil June- lfurkm' Sum lirnsier .lnvk Znll Jimmy Collins ll'-ily Lou llulnlltun lilmm-r xl1lliiHlll'l'l'll William NVQ-rtz Bill lmvissun Tom Huston .Inlm llruih tiwrnlal Lvl-dnln Jack Smwicr llow -l--Mr. Len S I dvrs Dirk Slimm- .luimm Dale llill lluwnlull lirmw- Mcllrl Hob 'l'urk1-it liill Grilfy liuy Fiwklwl' .Inc ML-lclwr llubc-rl Hull-ll NVuynm- Fullcx' Hulwrl livllum Sum Sprinkle ' llurold Lllnsfnrcl llnn l":1us4-it lizuwllu-I Su ingers' liluln Flash or perhaps it's smash. Either word would suit the Racquet Swingers Club which was organized last Spring by two tennis enthusiasts, Barbara Bronnenberg and Lois Worley. On the courts seems not to be the only place the members display their energy for they started off this school year by having the first doughnut and first apple sales. 4, ff' Huw l -H1-ily Curnnu Mrs, Iicinu liruliunu- 'l'e-ll Vinson l!:n'bzn':1 lh'onlu-i1ln'l'g.r Ba-ity Davis Huw 2 -XVHIN-1' Iiiawk Irvin Clmlfzmt lioh llim-iz:-n F0111 llick Row Il -llnw XVII:-znslz-r Roln-rt XX'0slrirk .lnhn Ausiin Don XYilli:nns Mr. Ruin-rt llrumnmnrl Q- , 5 'fl .Inrkiv lhlillil 0 1. ' Fllll'lllH'l',i or ,Xnniv lk. lfnnsi Hur- 2 -Virginia lirlu- Vim-ld Ilulrrrln Nc-vis llznrlmru Nlullrn Ninn .lu lIlll5 Row Zi Mrs. il--In-1 Ilulhc-s .innr Iiokvs Helly Turk Nolvin Iloml .-xl'l'll8l'F- Excitement was in the air, nerves were tense, eyes were bring, everyone held his breath, as a young person pul- led back on the bow string. Within a second an arrow was making a graceful arc through the air and then with a thud-a bullseye! With many yells and some sighs the match was over with the Anderson Robin Hoods victorious over the Mar- ion Archers. Huw I Ilvlfy .Iavklv-3 linnna Craig Alviha Rlclie-0 Doris Pike- Nlary Reynolds Row 2-Mr. Fri-ml li. Wvavm-r Bs-tty Arhncklo Martha Lou l.1-4-vm' Yvonne Ynnkvr ilalph Pike' linw Zi --Lillie' liarrisun lllzilivllm- XV1'rlz XYiInia Tmld liuw I ll:-ily .l. I'-l'l'll Marma-hritv lhnnhh-g Clara Nlanig llc-tty Silvvrs Doris Slllilll llnuv 2 Nnrina lim-xml Vivian lli4-nn-v NYilmIa Colli- liathlm-1-n NX'iin.:l'nw- Huw Ii .ln-znmv liar- In-nh-r .Iunv llixhili- .lo Annu- llrmiin-nlwrpg Danna liarnvs .Xvnhn-r 1ini'I'm-y Huw I Lillian XYakv- fin-ll L1-ha Stunn- Nlvlba KCIIIIUIIS Mary Mcllanim-l Judith Noam-y llarhara Bl'47lllH'Illbl'l'l,S V1-ra H1-run .Xlldl'4'Y Brown Rum 2 -Flnrvnc4- Rupp XYilda Canilill .Ioan .IIIIIIPS liz-My Nvwhy lirilvm- Phillips Gladys XYvlls .iauniia SlUHf'lllyt'l' liviiy XV:-ihvrI'ord lluuv Zi'--Barbara Mall:-n Ym'nic1- 'l'lmrnhurpL Mary H4-le-n Fislwr AIIIIJPI' liuffvy llc-rtha Tllrushur Nnndas Ervin Nlrs. Agni-5 Brock Row -lvhlrurtlla lib:-ri Mxarcvlla 0QiimJ. Betty Farmer Pauline NY:-bb llrysial Duizvmi Mrs. Niargarvi lmzncli- man Miss Misrrmn Anderson Bible Club The newly organized Fashion-Design Club is sponsored by Miss Celia Carson. The only requirements for membership are interest in fashion designs and re- gular attendance. This club holds meetings every Mon- day. The programs this year consisted of using different designs and discus- sing them each week. Some of the girls carried out their designs by making them into dresses. The following students held offices in the clubg president, Clara Manisg vice-- president, Betty Silversg secretary. Margerite Humblesg and treasurer, Betty Jean Fred. Knitting Club 111 F "This is a group of very modest and unassuming students", quotes their sponsor, Fred Weaver. The programs of the Bible Club vary for entertainment. They have a Bible study lesson at some of the meetings and have different types of games at others. They studied the Old Testament the past year. The group had an apple sale for the purpose of making money. A St. Pat- rick's Day party was one of the social functions. The officers are Blanche Wertz, pres- identg vice-president, Betty Arbuckle: secretary, Mary Reynolds, and trea- surer, Ralph Pike. A Fashion Design Club The Knittricks Club is a newly or- ganized club this year. Their project this year is preparing afghans for the "Bundles for Britain". They held a dough-nut sale to make money to buy the yarn. The teachers also gave con- tributions for this cause. The group gave a tea at the close of the year and it was a huge success. The club is under the able leadership of Judith Nooney, president, Barbara Bronnenberg, vice-president, and Mary McDaniels, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Agnes Brock, Mrs. Margaret Leach- man, Miss Celia Carson, and Miss Mig- non Anderson of the Home Economics Department are sponsors. Future Farmers of America five years the Ander- son Aggies have set :1 new record in win- ning championships, namely, that of win- ning the state apple judgingchampionship in three of the last five years. The championship years were in November of 1936, 1938, and 1940. The first attempt was made in 1934, the same year of organization of the vocational agriculture department in Anderson High School, and the team placed fifth 5 in 1935 a different team placed third and in 1936 the first state championship was won. In November of 1940 the third championship team was made up of Tom McCarty, Harry Voss. Jr., Leslie Branch, and Max Egg- man, alternate. Harry Voss, Jr., placed second in the state, in the contest held at Purdue University, and won a silver medal. In the same contest a vegetable team made up of Max Eggman. Joe Pet- tigrew,Tom McCarty and Leslie Branch placing third to win a bronze medal. It is also true that for the first time since 1935 the Aggies were unable to win a County championship in 4-H judging--their unbroken string in Crops and Dairy judging was finally broken and they had to be satisfied with a third place in each event in the spring of 1941. ' Another unuaual event in the Aggie Championship Parade is that they have eg-. C ' T".'X"i'3"1?l x I. 1 .rs , ' e-5.. ' 4.-711'iQ"' - up I.-. . Qffgc-o'ilQgf During the past have won the district Corn Husking Contest in six of the last seven years, the only year the event was not won was in a close contest of 1939. In the 1940 District Husking Contest, Ken- neth Vermillion defeated Walter Mauck, Jr., the district winner of 1939 and also an Anderson Aggie, by nearly fifty pounds of husked corn, and Ken- neth was awarded the district gold medal and also one bushel of hybrid seed corn which automatically advan- ced him into the state contest held at Selma, Indiana, where he placed four- teenth by husking into wagon number fourteen. Donald Hiday, a former Ag gie, won the 1940 Hamilton County Adult Corn Husking Contest and then placed sixth in the Prairie Farmer State Contest. Richard Rector, a 1941 Aggie grad- uate, enrolled in the Agriculture course at Purdue University was honored with a four year scholarship to Purdue on the basis of his 4-H Corn Club work. The Aggies also fared well in Madi- son County 4-H Fair competition by winning eighteen first awards and one sweepstakes award bv Joe Pettigrew. Earl Thompson placed thirteenth in the Hoosier Fat Steer show with a Hereford steer that sold for 13 cents per pound. Richard Runyan won a gold medal in Corn work withayield of 101.2 bushels per acre and Tom McCardy won a silver medal with a yield of 84.5 bushels. 112 Mk A :.g1' f 1 LD TRU: . 'V' V5.5 IL .L 11 f' K' Wu, W ., .M ,ri f:i+.lF3Y .T'JLIf2lZ.3 Tiki, AT rn Y L+ V 4, F ,fqqwwfup MVR LW A .-.v .. o 113 Wav X . if? fa, xggw xxgifagig C' Y V P? , Af' - llglalg i? 5 I I if s J if '. .' xi Ai I Lliill III P i , in ' 1 af M 5 fl, - N t Q ' za, if ',.,... . V V M flu ! ' V Q i E 1 In 1 ir 'Ki gy 1 9 'fi ' ff . .-AI V , ky . 3 3 V I T1 I , I V ,V Kiran? 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T -. 4 x , , Huy lfh-411 ve- llzlrruw WWW NYzlll4-V liulls Nlnllll tulllll I1 luxul at light is an 5l'l'lll' :xl lh hm and Ill Nxhirh an Iiiclmmml ak uns rut to hu- stoppe- llm h ul ll hula-l'sm1 fl:-I':-ul:-'I Hlllllll nul I9 I lr, I uh lhull's l'4'S1'l'Vt' sux ailing ils turn nu Y s ll mfs Iuhn liauhlis, and 1 urn- llmllnlllvlll Ill I N tl In Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Southport 0 Elwood 6 Muncie lf Noblesville 6 Newcastle Technical Richmond 6 118 The 1940 pre-season football work- outs took place for the second consecu- tive year at Camp Pet-O-Sega on Pic- keral Lake near Petosky, Michigan The daily practice sessions there pre- pared the confident Indians in every way for the battles to come. The huge crew of pig skin warriors were devel- oped from stiff and reserved fumblers into able-bodied and quick-thinking tacklers, blockers, pass heavers and snatchers. With the able assistance of Vern Shinn and Donas Dischinger, Coach Archie Chadd again gave Ander- son a place in the headlines of the jour- nals of amateur athletics. The Indians first encounter with Southport resulted in a victory to the tom-tom tune of 6 to 0. The Tribe in their second engage ment at Elwood again outpassed and generally outclassed the Panthers from that city 18 to 6. Glorious defeat came at the hands of a strong Muncie team by a score of 19 to 6. By way of some spectacular "Movie" touchdowns the Redskins nearlv white- washed the Millers of Noblesville 32 to 6. In their next gridiron clash the Chaddmen, determined to break a ten year jinx, did just that, bv stopping the Trojans of the Rose Citv 26 to 0. Anderson traveled to Technical High at Indianapolis to be held to a 6 to 6 tie. The last game of the season ended in a fitting tribute to the previous accom- plishments of the warriors, with Rich- mond on the short end of a 13 to 6 score. This year the team will lose such worthy players as Bob Bell, Joe Black- well, John Chaney, George Freeman, John Gaddis, Walter Grossenbacher. Walter Mauck, Paul Meagher, Jim Pitts, Bob Reddin. Jack Rodecap, Tom Taylor and Maurice Tunget. However spring football practice showed that several promising underclassmen are being groomed to fill their shoes. Ibm I Phillips, Grille-r 1NI:umg1-rs: Raw 2 Cuacli 11l1:ul1l. 1ll1-nmns. Collins. lie-1-p, Clmm-y. 'I'u p., t Ivmriom lie-ll, l 'vl'x'. lilwi- xml-ll. 1.11111-ln Slllllll. 1 v 'S 1' ' -I ll' ' -l' -- - ' 1' ' H- l- 'I -' l -1 Wu' NYiI ' Pl lleiilin Snow li-lilrmr Pills XX'ilrv lximlmlu- Il I 1 l 1 l l I 1 ll ll l 1 Nl k B l g l ll ll tl Nl 5.1 W Norton Pitts Priddy No1'to11 Ch xrlns Gund Puts Jim es 41 Twkh Priddw .Lmk 43 Rlght Hx I'z1vl,n Tom '41 Em' Funact M1l11ICk 4 Ruslxt H211 Wilson J1m 42 TILK1 Wiuw Rox' 42 Gunn 'I' lm TN QW . N if 1 . X BASKETBALL Although the Indians in their 19413- 1941 basketball season did not win the state championship, as was anticipated by many, they did, however, gain state- wide recognition. The team as a reward for their very impressive season be- came the first Anderson High School team to win the North Central Confer- ence Championship. The tribe, after losing' two out of the first three starts, went on to an almost unbroken string' of victories. Defeat came three times, twice at the hands of Logansport and once by Greenfield. . .I:4a. .: so . 'oz-s'1g,: .:uu'k..' 1'll 'LL 1 How I llinll, ICruI'I'. Snow. ti:-iltvr, 'I'lIl'lIl'l'. XYilrv. Taylor Ii x X li lhnll lux n lx ln Nl Nllllql Ihu lml liumll limll lnl ll ll 1121 I "'. x lfnu' I-llllush-r Iirn-4'jg:n lion Filsom Xlurvin Slirout .-Xnmly l'o1la G4-ralsl Lecdonx Vernon llilvs llc-rulcl Hznnilton Row 2 Paul lloln-y Ilaynmncl l'r'vc'un villlflilll 'l'hornlwr'rA' Ilolu-rt Czmlinue-r Curl KIlIlIIIf'I'lIIIj,2 Ralph Busby Allen Frivml Husxh Swank Huw Il Linton U'lh-ll NVilI1u1' Hart Y' 'I 'l"i-k lrgrl 1 1 Rolwrt Hurt Clmrlvs Hopper lioln-rt Nluiluirm- liz-nv XX'hltluw lfmv -I Mr. ll. Bowl-n Franklin 'l'r:u'y Hurolrl Brown livin- Mouri- lioherl NY1-slrirk L1-on villlgllll .Iunu-s F!'iI.I'll0NY Gm-urge Kiriffiill Bob Phillips Imvm- Iiustman Burton Czniuduy XNIIICIISON 28. KIIHCICNI-'lICl,lI Ill! KNIIHILSON 25 .Il'1l"l"lCIISONYIl.If. 1- .ENIDICIKSON Ill. I.0lIANSI'0lI'l' Iill .XNIJICIKSUN Ilfm. MARION Ili XNIIIERSUN -ll. LICBANUN Ili ANDERSON Il-I, 'l'l2CllNIC.Xl, 213 ANIIIQRSON 38. NliVs'l1.XS'I'l.l'2 lil ANIDI-IIISUX Ill. l.AlfAYli'l"l'Ii 21 ANIDEIISUN IH, NIKNCIIC 28 XNIIICRSUN 28 MARIUN Ili ANDERSON Iili. Glll-1IiNlIAS'l'I,Ii 2. XNIDICHSUN IIT. l10NNliliSYIl.l.lC ANIJICRSON ISU. RICHNIUNID Sill ANDERSON IIT. IIILXXYINIIISYll,l.l'1 IST ANIIICIISON Ill, XIVNCIIQ 252 ANIJICIISUN 29. I"IlANIilfUR'l' lil ANDERSON 30, M.XIl'I'INSYIl,l.li ANDERSON 39. KOIUINIO 27 ANDERSON 39. XIiXYl1.'XS'I'l,l2 IV, ANDERSON 35. SH0lI'I'I'llll1Ili SIU The Indians, first encounter was one of thrills. The Chaddmen couldn't break a two point lead held by Green- field throughout the final quarter. Greenfield 30, Anderson 28. The squad next journeyed to Jeffer- sonville Where an impressive victory was recorded against that team. And- erson 23, Jeffersonville 15. The quintet suffered its first North Central Conference defeat by being dropped by Logansport in an overtime contest, 26 to 24, but a quick retaliation was in order by Wav of a Win over Mar- ion, 35 to 16. Hob Griilf r Next the hardwood five manipulated a fourth quarter rallv and conquered the Tigers of Lebanon, 41 to 35. The team topped all previous offen- sive work by stopping the Crawfords- ville Athenians. 47 to 37. Technical High School of Indiana- polis gave the Tribe some strong op- position, but the string of victories was unmarred. Anderson 34, Technical 26. A third place conference standing was maintained by the defeat of the Newcastle Trojans, 38 to 31. The team experienced a successful holiday campaign by dropping Lafay- 120 l'il I I I Il ll ll nfl' I II X I X K. cnsll l wh I II I I vii-I I CSN-IH ette and Muncie, 31 to 24, and 34 to 23, respectively. The Indians next handed Marion a second defeat, 28 to 16. The Tribe lost their first game in the Big Four Tourney to Logansport, but scalped the Muncie Bearcats. 35 to 27 in the consolation tilt. The Braves went on to cinch the North Central Conference Champion- ship by dropping such strong conten- ders as Greencastle, Connersville, Rich- mond, Crawfordville, Muncie ffor the third time in the seasonl. Frankfort, Martinsville, Kokomo, Newcastle, and last but not least, Shortridge of Ind- ianapolis 35 to 30. Qlymi v f Sc, xi' 41 :Q xx Y. ,xT,a'iTA1 iw' N ,' ,U ,XO 9 I pl Qty is a 13 K5 9 K if I WY, 11'- 59 H? ..,,,,, 4m"Nuwi"' We fi 5, , x . R if Q Q ?""'f Q X0 wx wh XXII' .XNIPICIIHHN ,WXIIICIISUN .XXIII .XXIII XXIII XXIII IINUN 'JISON IISIIN IISUN IISUN NNIIICIISUN JNDI .XXIII CIISUN 'IIISHN .XNIIICIP U S XXIII' 'INDI' XNIII1 XXIII- XXIII' IIISHN IIISUN IIFIIN IISUN IIISUN U IEIIICICNI-'IICI.II lil IEP, NIAIIIUN II I,I'IIi.XNKIN IT lil, 'I'I'11IlI I8 IK, NIAINY I1.XS'I'l.l'I ll -'XYI"I"I'I' "I II I I Xl -.1, XIl'N1Z 112 XIAIIIUVN 27 4 MIIIINI XXIII If I l1UNNIilISYII,I.I'1 I-I I III XX Ill I I . Yl"UlIIlSX'l .l.I. XlI'Nl.II'f I., ..I. l"II.XNIxI-'IITVI' IT III! Il I IIINIUN 2 -l. IUIININIII I8 ..I. NICXX' t1.XS'I'I.I'I 20 , Hull' I Xlillvl' 1 BWNVIIHIII Hutton f11IYl'I'i 'Iu1"'m:u1 Skilvs lffzz' 2 Cnr! li-nm' I'lSIll'I' Ilzllly Howe- l'l1Im-gan' .Xmlc-rsnn Haxrtzrll llastlz- I'hz-:mis Iluwnrcl .Imws XYiIsun tlrabv Iirittvr .-X. H. Clmllml lion' I Grillz-1' tilvmons Me-Ison Iivvsl ing liimblv 'l'lmrnhurp.5 IAINVSUII A. ll. tilmmld Rom 2 Curl liomxc Stvwrul Struun l.aNIur llnwaurcl HI'lSS4'IlIil'Il Y:-rmillion Sllipli-5' The 1940-41 basketball campaigns of the "B" and Freshman teams were the most succesful for a num- ber of years. These teams, under the able coaching assignments of Carl Bonge and Archie Chadd, estab- lished an impressive record. The Freshman group, the unsung heroes of the hardvvood, deserve the noblest tribute for Winning fifteen consecutive contests out of sixteen starts. In- cidentally this is the first team to accomplish such a creditable record since the 1937-38 season, when the freshmen were undefeated in eighteen consecutive battles. The "BH team went through the entire season with only two losses as compared to fifteen impressive vic- tories. By defeating such able contenders as Marion, Tech, Newcastle, Muncie, Frankfort, the squad did much to brighten the outlook for the coming varsity season. hmm- 0 NYM' lla 1' no 1 Sl l 1 lin ll ll, l1l1'l h' unw- I p Nm-sslmx 1 mmlll lu X lion Ihul lm-Im-hruliun 1 D ll ll .D . .1 XX IKNXHIIII S l'0'S 'I'ml Il I N all ml l'ulr-l'uc1- lmuf Some difficulty was encountered in Sectional Tourney plav. but Markleville and Pendleton both were vanquished by extremelv close scores. In the Regional Tournament here the North Central Champs dropped Maxwell, 35 to 26, and Decatur Central 27 to 21 in the evening. The season Was brought to an unex- pected close by a strong and deserving' Rushville quintet in Semi-Final play. How 1---Phillips Mflilllll Kelly Crnlln Cumn-r Xlurlin snwlv-I' tlzmlinut-1' ltnuv Z! XYilsun Itnuyon Nlnxwq-ll Iiluek Nh-I.:uin Sliinlvy llt'llKllt'I' Sinmnlun Suvupu- fllt'IlltllIx Slirnul lion' Ii Iluy l"l Iirvslllul linrrf-it Ilounrtl xll'lt'lll'l' Stl-mm ln-ck:-r Nllzltllr-lun XYllsull llpwnrtl l'ISll1'l' tlnrl I'mmu' Iluw I Sin-tw:-I Sonya-r liilnbln- llvtltlill Snow Pitts Norris Ilrissvnclen liven I' l'4't'IllllII Utlwlllull The 1941 track season proved to be one of the most successful for the A. H. S. cinder-pounders in many years. This year's edition was perhaps one of the best, if not the best, in the school's history. The team was well balanced in all departments, and showed its strength by defending successfully its North Central Conference, Sectional, and Rose Relays titles. The season record for April ll f--- ut ltlunciv-Anderson 66, Central Muncie 43, Burris 26 Allfll17fl"IOI'f'-Alldt'l'SOIl 93, New Castle 22 April 22---ll:-re-wAnderson 93. Mur- ion 38 April 'lfivunt Muncie lteluys with Anderson fourth. Huy fl -ut Kokomo-Kokomo Relays with Anderson sixth. Nlny 6f-HereiAndc-rson 76, Muncie Centrnl 39, Anderson B 69. Plnillfielcl 31 Huy El-ut Muncie-North Centtrul Conference Meet with Anderson first. 132 the squad is as follows: flluy 13-Here Anderson 85. llirh- monl 24 Slay 17 -at Kokomo--Sectional with Anderson first. May 20---ut New Castle-Rose City R1-luys with Anderson first tfive new recordsj The Indians qualified seven men for tho stute finals which were held May 24 at Indianapolis. Three more qualified on the mile relay team which made a total of ten. John Brissenden Ve-rn Decker Bill Fisher G4-nrgv Freeman Shirley Howard Bill Keep Bill Kveslingl lnsvr-I: Sun Bathing lnxerl: Ull lius lilllmllle- Tu 'l'rium.:ul:n' NI4-1-1 .Xt Munvirz Ilnle- liimhlm- Huh xIl'L1liIl .lim Nluxwvll Paul NI1'2l5.IllL'l' Sum Norris .lun Pits Bob liz-rlxlin lnxrrl: Sturt ul' thc- mil: run :ul Amlvrson-N4-wvus ilu' nu-4-I at lk-nny Ficld I.1'ft in Riglll: .luhn Cllllib L1-sh-1' Shiplvy. Sam Nm'- ris, and Huh xllqdlill lnxerl: Low Hurllvs :ni And4-1'snn-Nm-wcasllm' Lum- l-Jim Pitts Mvvl. 3 Laun- 2 --Lfrbun Simouton: Lum- li NX'nlh-r Black Harold Bunyan XX':lItc-r Savage- I.s-shfr Shiplvy lfrhun Simonlon Harold Shaw .luck Songvr Churlos Stroup Inxvrl: Svc-nv on route- to Muncie- Bus lin 4 X I 2 ' ' ,f Wk ,yi 1 - ' Twig 'M k wr ff 1. f".L'f ,il:Y'j!ij A A . f, Q - in 3254 1 f fm ',,f,vn. . , m . 11.91 ET . .... 1. k K .,.. 1:1 , . . S. ,F ' 1. . '- H : .if,, . 'iri ff w ' ' lx" ' W h 4,m,V ..., NE TWV., ' . - ,Q A Top Left-Bill Van Dyke. Top Right-Bob Rvddin Center Left!-John Craib and Sam Norris during mile run. Crnter Right--Raton r-xchamze betwf-an Vs-rn Decker th-ft! :md Bill Km-sling fright? ' ' Nlurtin, V4-rn Ilwkm mul nt Muncie. I 1 lr-fl -Harold Sno w ch-urinsz the har. I.0n'vr Rlpllf -Junk A 14011 1" . f , ' " h ll of Anderson. 1lulL hum za 136 W Baseball---Golf For the first time in several years, Anderson High has been represented by a baseball team. Most of the home tilts were played on the Delco-Remy diamond under the lights. The record up to May 22 is as follows: Anderson Greenlield 3 Anderson Noblesville 3 Anderson Spieeland 1 Anderson Noblesville 1 Anderson Spieeland 8 Anderson Spieeland 2 NI i 3 Anderson Anderson 1 unc e Muncie 2 The 1941 golf season was without doubt the best that Anderson has ex- perienced for many years. Golf in A. H. S. refuses to take a back seat. With comparatively little practice the boys have chalked up the following record: Marion 10 1-2, Anderson 1 1-2 Anderson 6 1-2, Shortridge 5 1-2 Marion 6 1-2, Andersoon 5 1-2 Anderson 9 12, Newcastle 2 1 2 Anderson 10 12, Newcastle 1 12 Shortridge 11, Anderson 1 Anderson 9 12, Muncie 2 12 In the Big Invitational 111061 at Mar ion Anderson placed foonrlh und Mel- son tied for second low medalist. Anderson Penlleton 1 Anderson Pendleton 5 Anderson Middletown 43 Anderson Kokomo 1 Erskine Rom 1 -Purkhursl Miller Berk I'hoenis llzlrneit Keep Bender Row 2 -A. R. Lluulfl 'Fuekett Coles Dunlap Tunget Verlnil I ion Chaney Anderson XVhitehead Moore Melson Laughlin Timmons Dave Barrow li.1ih.ll.x lllnumnlur . lfxlvllc' l'llt'll'lll'l' Jum- liwkv-s li I I I lion' l ll'l'l'1-"i l,,. ,...,v., xX'iIf'1:n 'I'--l'rl" xl.ll -Ill lfvl 1,1 I Im--is 'l'ur'n-v- fH-u1'::i:lun:- Iluilm Nlury Ii. if-f In-'- li 'Vw wiv-v '--'Inl- I'fsl"'l1- l"'i"'l1 I' I4 ll'lml':i HE' -wie-"Irv 'L NIH" lil '5 - s li'-llv .li-:un Dunn Mali .Io lllllN .lm-un Illlllil'ii'iiImil-.z- liill' 2 llwnilxu litllli- Il?-1.,v. Yrrzz l"UllN" ?'31l""1"v- lffvlllvg' I Anim Nlv- "uh-x Xlurllm I.:-sllwflf-x' I.+-1'1m- 1':llmsim"' fNlzil'5' I-lllvn Smith llmmf 11"4-vm' Iitliih l'ruv4-mv lftliih lllw-ii U xIl'!'lllHl Ii'-in-ll'-lil xlill',LfIll'l'l Imrri-I' Hum Ji XYilm:u lil'Illlt'll li1'liY l'orlu-1' NUVIIIQI .ln-'H lim-sim lirllv 'l'illls lil'lJl'L't'il liusi-In linsm-1:':1l'y li":mi'h Maxim- lfilzaimlll-an-, ' 7 Gzrls The Girls' Athletic Association has completed its eighth successful year as an Anderson High School club for sport-loving girls. This organization is also affiliated with Indiana League of Girls' Athletic As- sociation and follows the state point system in grant- ing awards. This year the girls have participated in soccer. volley ball, basketball, softball, tumbing, ping pong, track, and field and hit pin baseball. The tumbling exhibition given by the G. A. A. at one of the convo- cations and before a P. T. A. meeting proved to be quite a success. Social events included a Wiener roast dance, skating party, hikes, and the final banquet at which all awards were granted. The G. A. A. council made up of the officers: CKatherine Kailor, presi- 7 138 Athletic Assn. dent, Estelle Fletcher, vice-president, Mary E. Coop- er, secretaryg and Barbara Bronnenberg, treasurerl and the sport chairman have charge of all business matters. This busy group has been aided by the spon- sor, Miss Mary Olds, a new teacher. l v To Estelle Fletcher was awarded the highest honor which a girl in G. A. A. can attain -- that of being cho- sen by a faculty committee as the most outstanding Senior girl for her skill in sports and for her excellent sportsmanship. Estelle has been a member of G. A. A. for four years, serving as secre- tary her junior year. She was award- e ed her state award for athletic achie- vement last year. Unusual skill in all sports, excellence in scholarship and citizenship, happy disposition, sunny smile---all are char- acteristics which will carry Estelle far on the road to suc- cess in her chosen field-physical education. To receive the sportsmanship medal which is given each year to the girl who shows the best attitude in all sports is an honor for which every girl in G. A. A. works. The member of the club conferred this coveted award this year upon Barbara Bronnenberg. Barbara is a junior and one of G. A. A.'s most capable and dependable girls. She has served as treasurer for the past two years and has always worked willingly on special committees. She assists in coaching and has also helped in regu- lar physical education classes. With her excellent sportsmanlike attitude, she is also exceptionally WMM skilled in athletics which classes her with many friends as the best of "good sports." 139 in sv .. . 5? - - - A ' f" R ' ' X I X. S ual - .. .. - 1 l -' Iili. TllI!IEE 'w 'H' Extra Curricufm ctzvzhes Are Nu 1 Sew-ral f.roup-.--- lmlix ifluals lie-reiw lloimrs On September 9 the walls oi A. H. S. which had been silent for three months were once again re- sounding with students' voices to the tune of 2,394. Amid the familiar faces there were also 600 Strange faces the annual crop of freshmen. A pleasant surprise greeted the eyes of A. H. S. students of the first day in the form of an X-Ray. The industrious scribes on the staff worked for a week before school started so that there might. be an issue on the first day. Student'Faculty Committees Appointed Speaking of newspapers, in September the newspapers were filled with editorials denouncing dictatorship. However. no one could accuse A. H. S. of being run in a dictorial fashion. This year four student-faculty com- mittees werc appointed to give the student body more voice in school government. The convo- cation committee was in charge of arranging all the convocations. Bill Wagner acted as student chairman. The clubs committee to charter and supervise clubs was headed by Gordon Fisher Barbara Jones was chairman of the Social Activities committee. The home room discussions come mittee which planned the dis- cussions held in homerooms on Thursdays was in charge of Lois Ditteon. With the opening of school also came the opening football sea- ron. After the Muncie-Anderson battle, Muncie extended an invi- tation to Anderson High to at- tend a dance Recreation Room Opened For Use Dancing is not the only recre- ation that students have the Op- portunity to participate in. The recreation room was open again this year, and it attracted many students every day. W. P. A. men were in charge. On September 22. the Speran- deos came to A. H. S. to entertain with songs and magic. After the formation of the clubs committee there was an in- creased interest in organizing new clubs. Pauline Sibera formed the Sub-Debs early in October to help girls to develop more pleasing personalities. Another new club organized early in the school year was the Robin Hoozl Archers Club. On October 3 the high school band represented the school at the Corn Festival at Tipton. The fact that this was a Corn Festi- val was no reflection on the band, Annual Campaign Began October 14 From the looks of the picture Bob Seaton circulation manager for the Indian this year must have done some heavy thinking about plans for the Annual drive which began October 14. On this same day Kenneth Vermillion, a vocational argicul- ture student succeeded in bring- ing home the bacon from the District Corn Husking Contest in which he won first place honors. October was an eventful month. Early in this month A. H S. lost one of its best loved tea- chers. Miss Rosalie Hirsch, art instructor for eight years, re- signed because of matrimonial intentions. Although sorry to see Miss Hirsch leave, A. H. S. was happy to welcome into its wig- wam Miss Mary Humphrey. One particular day in October will be remembered for a long time by at least nine men of the faculty. October 16 they had to register for selective service. The prospective "soldier boys" are: Donas Dischinger, Arch Chadd. Frank Baker, Vern Shinn, Paul Bergevin, Dwight Morris, Dane Pugh. Charles Denney, Robert Drummond, and Herbert Lyons. Plans Announced For Basketball Ticket Sales Training was begun in A. H. S during this month. Not for the army, but for basketball. J. Mer- rill Coffin on October 18 announ- ced the plans for the sale of sea- son tickets, and everyone was looking forward to the opening game. Climaxing the month were honors brought to the school by the journalism students who at- tended the Franklin press con- vention during Teacher's Insti- tute. The journalists grabbed three first prizes, one second, and one third in the various contests. '3QSi:x:.xi.,"' 5'gc"rff. 1-..1,ffL'l. K i,,'11f,Q 2.i."7','.....3t' ':.a.st':i.1i.F,.g....i..Lf1.'7'1?'?5T7' fmfilr ' ' ' " ' ' At, l,l11- first, convocczitioii foif lowing: Tl'2lffl1f'I'.S' I11sLiI,11Lv Cllliilf 1-1'oi1 B1-ck, 11oL1'd l0CLl11'l'I', spokf-t Tl11- siibji-ct, of M11 B1-ck's lecturf- wzis' t'WllZli, Yo11 A111 To B0 You Arr' Now B01'o111i11gg." "Chili" w1':1i,l11'1' boggiiis vairly lil thi- lllflllih of Novv111bo1'. To mise 111oi1i,-y lox' 111-w 1111il'o1'111s Lhv bzihcl spoiisoriid ll vhili siippm' Ili this t,i1111-. flll Nov1'i11l11'1' 8 Lhv I11diz111s 111111111-cl lhvii' hoop sc:1so11 oy bowing to thc' Tigvrs from fil'l'l'Iii.ii'lCi. l'I'0g'l'2ll1I Given On Armistice Day Ill lhv 11111111111 A1'111isLic1- CiLlX' 111'ogi':1111 o11 Lhv 1-lov1'11Lh of Nov-- 1-111b111' 1111-s1111L11d Ll11'o1111h the cro- opc-1':1t,io11 of thi- A111e1'icz111 Lv gioh, M1111-o1111 Czildwoll. Do11MC- Art, :111cl B:11'lJz11':1 Jo111's pzwtici- p:1i,c'd. A fi-w rlziys later h11111o1', tm'- rors, thrills. :111cl chills were pro- vidvd by thc- D1':1111z1tirt Club at its fm1111:1l 1117011 houso A visitor to tho high school Lhis 111oni.l1 was Gay Head, aut- hor of thv 111111111111 "Boy dates Girl" i11 the Schol:1sl,ic 111z1g:1zi110. Guy Hvzid at I1 c:o11vo1vz1Lio11 held i11 the z111diLo1'i11111 :111swv1'0d such q110st,io11s us: At what ago C1111 I hvgin 11111111151 CIIILCST' "How can I quiz-L my "kid" sist,0r?" Another visitor to Lhc' Lvpee ill Novvmbvr wus Chief Thunder Cloud who ggnvv t,h1'I11diz1i1s somre i'i1'sLl1i111d i11fo1'111z1i.io11. Cast For Senior Class Play ls Selected Closvly 1'1-son1b1i11g1 I11di1111 1:h:111Ls wcrv Lhe calls for Hen- 1'1-1---110 Aldrich co111i11g forth i1'o111 Lhv z111diLo1'ium. It was just tho sv11io1's p1'z1cLici11g for their bLi'1iilJl' class play--"What A Life". T110 crust was soloctvd lute i11 Nov0111b01'. Di'o11111bc'1' uslicri-d i11 thc yuio- Lidv s1-:1so11. A111o11g the iiitorestf 1-d spocLz1Lo1's at the Santa pa- 1-gidg Dvcr0111be1' 2 were F1'z111K Bukvi' :111d his small so11. Note the uxciu-d look ou df1ddy's face, I11 il hl'1lLCd bz1LLle for the posi- t.io11 of yell l01lCl01', Dave Ezistman onicrgcd victorious. R" Lf 1-I "Ham: ' . ,li .Ja 1, , ,, ,: eia11.f1f,1,..b...,..,, 1 , , owmew .r-'H Malcolm -241 ,f 1-1'-yu-up shut 31 41. .1.:..i'zd1i Y. The iron hand of fate struck a, cruel blow on one of the mem-- bers of the faculty. Fred Weaver, after having spent the entire seventh period lecturing to his class on the evils of drinking, was found at the candy counter with a bottle protruding from his pocket. The befuddled "lectur- er" went through untold agony before the culprit confessed his guilt. "Scalpers Cave" was the scene of the first after-game dance which was sponsored by the Stu- dent Council. Newcastle High School was the guest of the Ind- ians at the dance. Food Classes Sponsor Guest Tea December seemed to be a month for entertaining outside guests. Miss Anderson's Food 2 classes entertained at two teas, December 10 and 12. The faculty were guests at the first, and the mothers of the home economic students were guests at the lat- ter tea. The alumni of A. H. S. were the guests of the school at an address given by Dr. Elinor Bar- nes, vocational consultant, on December 3. "He's in the army now," crooned A. H. S. to Lieutenant- Colonel Elmer D. Goss, who was called to service in the army December 14. George Davis is acting as head of the Social Science department during his absence. During the next few weeks the halls were gayly decorated in keeping with Christmas season by members of the Art depart- ment. Santa Shinn Visits Anderson High Students especially the sen- iors were thrilled December 20 by a visit from Santa Claus him- self who bore a striking resem- blance to A. H. Sis own Vern Shinn. Always a highlight of this sea- son in the school is the carol- ing done by the Choral Club. Goss Benning At one of the first convoca- tions following Christmas vaca- tion the Butler-Jordan Philhar- monic Choir sang. The new year also brought a change in the X-Ray staff. Starting with the issue of Jan-- uary 10 Burton Canaday replac- ed Gordon Hannaford as editor- in-chief. On January 11 in true Indian fashion the Robin Hood Archers brought home the scalp of the Marion Archers from a meet held in Marion. Thirty Council Members Go To Bloomington The following week additional honor was brought to A. H. January 17 thirty members of the Student Council went to Bloomington to attend the State Convention of Student Councils. This group was successful in electing Warren Stidham as president of the association for next year. The state convention will be held in Anderson next year. During the month of January when many A. H. S, students were getting in the black and white there was one group that was getting the red. There was nothing quiet about the Juniors this year. These young upper- classmen burst forth in brilliant red class sweaters. Frosh Class Chooses Sponsors-Officers Another class took a major step in January. Early in this month the "greenies" elected their chaperones. They chose as their sponsors Miss Margaret Mullendore and Robert Drum- inond. Soon after the selection of their sponsors the class of '44 elected its officers. Jimmy Collins was chosen as chief exe- cutive, and as his assistant, Bob Zerkle. Barbara Cleaver was pick- ed to keep the notes and Dick Main was to have charge of the money which they don't have any of. Eleven students from the mus- ic department were selected in January to represent this school in a vocal and piano contest at I. U. in February. F Jean Julius was chosen by the gf senior class and approved by l the faculty as the good citizen of her school and the winner of the D. A. R. citizenship award. Jean's essay on citizenship won honorable mcmtion in the state contest. Dorothy Jones and Le- jehn Nelson were runners-up in the contest. The reward for a poor citizen is not so pleasant. The results of D. A, R, riding two on a bicycle built for one was portrayed by Max .2 Campbell inside the Educational Safety Cruiser sponsored by the Safety Legion of America. American Problems Class Broadcasts Over WFBM Anderson High School was repf resented in the state capitol by two different groups Friday, Jan- uary 31. For the second time this year students from Mr. Shirey's American Problems classes par- ticipated on the American School of the Air broadcast over station WFBM in Indianapolis. They were heard over a nationwide hook-up. Also in Indianapolis were the members of Miss Dorothy Dun- lap's Music Harmony and Music History Classes who heard the Indianapolis Sympnony Orches- tra. At the beginning of the second semester January 26 that com-- mittee from the Student Council conducted the Book Exchange. Approximately 500 books were sold. Profits from the Book Ex- change was given to Miss Arbo- gast to buy books for students who needed them. Gordon Han- naford was in charge of this project. His assistants included: Charles Bailey, Louise Spiegal, Barbara Reed, Warren Stidham, and Barbara Jones. Junior Red Cross Chapter Organized The Junior Red Cross, which was a new organization this year, conducted a drive during the last part of January for the In- km fantile Paralysis Fund. ,', 7 asa' No student in the school was not aware that the Hi-Y was sponsoring a dance. Anyone who did not attend this dance was a social outcast as far as the Hi-Y boys were concerned. It was held after the Kokomo-Anderson bas- ketball game and Kokomo stud- ents were guests. It was the best dance of the school year. If you don't believe that, dear reader, just ask any member of the Hi-Y. Barbara Jones Wins Oratorical Contest The members of the Hi-Y are- n't the only loud speakers in the school. Early in February Bar- bara Jones won the American Legion Oratorical contest in competition with Don McArt. The subject of her speech was "The Constitution :ind the Changing World." Phyllis Spangler was the win- ner of the Dietzen Bakery Safety Slogan contest sponsored during Safety week. Her winning slogan was "The pace that thrills is the pace that kills." For the benefit of Pete Davis and the freshman the annual cover displayed in a barrel in the front hall could be seen through two peek holes. A professional photographer visited A. H. S. February 14 and took pictures of various classes throughout the day. Sr.'Jr. Classes To Give Curtains Announcement was made Feb- ruary 7 by the members of 1941 and 1942 that the auditorium would be blessed with new cur- tains. The two classes agreed to join in buying the annual class gift and purchase the badly- needed curtains to replace the ones given to the school by the classes of 1917 and 1918. February 19 students from De- Pauw University presented a musical and dramatic program at an all-school convocation. Twelve freshmen were selected by a student-faculty committee to serve on the advisory board for the February 17 issue of the Junior Scholastic magazine. From a group of twenty-nine students who tried out for senior commencement speakers Bill Peeke, Charlotte Delashmitt, Sam Wilcox, and Barbara Jones were selected by a faculty committee. Don McArt and George Mc- Mahan were chosen as alternates. Just before the Sectional Tourney the Indian photograpn- er caught Coach Chadd in his of- fice. Chadd seemed puzzled over just how to place each man on the board, but the Sectional Tourney revealed that he had found the correct solution to his puzzle. Speaking of photography the auditorium was turned into a photographers studio during the second week of March. Club pictures were being taken by Forkner's studio. Guidance Conference Held For Seniors March 12 the second annual Senior College Guidance Con- ference was held with fifteen colleges represented. On March 14 Mrs. Ella Goss teacher in the social science de- partment took a well-deserved vacation. Mrs. Goss went to Camp Shelby, Mississippi to join her husband. Mrs. Paul Plasterer- substituted for Mrs. Goss for the remainder of the schoolyear. The student body also took a well- earned holiday March 19. An all day celebration was stag- ed marking the official close of the 1940-1941 basketball season. After the tourney the seniors turned the candy stand over to the junior class. The seniors en- joyed a profitable year. Daily ap- proximately 25 boxes of candy, 8 cases of coco cola. 125 pack- ages of popcorn and 24 pies and cakes were sold. Music-Art Students Win State Honors Anderson High School could well be called "the wigwam of champions." In a competition March 21 at Indianapolis seven students representing the art and music departments won honors. One of the outstanding con- vocations in March was the ad- dress given by Henry Brinton, noted writer and lecturer. He was brought to the student body through the cooperation of And- erson College. Commerce IJ. C. "Spring" vacation better call- ed mid-winter vacation if judg- ed by the weather came during the first week of April. J. J. Bailey conducted his annual Washington. D. C. trip during Vacation. Thirty-eight students teachers. Zllld parents went on his tour. Convocation Features Student Talent At the first all-school convo- cation following spring vacation students were given an oppor- tunity to display their talent. Sam Wilcox, a senior commence- ment speaker. acted as master of ceremonies. It was revealed in this second talent program of the schcool year that A. H. S. had many musicians, dramatists. singers, dancers. comedians, and skaters of whom it might well DP proud. Various clubs in the school had representatives 011 the pro- gram. Some of the clubs which participated include: Hi-Y, Rac- quet Swingers Club, Latin Club. Dramatics Club, Honorary So- ciety, French Club. K. Y. C. Club G. A. A., fllld home room 11. On April 12. the high school Comercial department took part in the commercial contests at Ball State. The bookkeeping team placed second in its contest.The "commercials" succeeded in bringing home two first place awards. Ilene Fortner. a senior. came in first in the Business Knowledge Contest, and Bob Cowgill placed first in individual bookkeeping. Admiral Byrd Visits Anderson High April 16 Admiral Richard Byrd. well-known explorer presented a program in the high school gym-- nasium for all students in And- erson. Admiral Byrd showed movies which he had taken on his first expedition to the South Pole. In addition to showing the flms, he told many of his most interosting experiences. June Kokes was snapped by the "Ind- ian" photographer while i11ter- viewing him. A special convocation was held in the high school auditorium April 14. May Lamberton Becker. author and lecturer, spoke on "New Books". Gerrie Glover and Paul Billhi- mer won first place awards in state music contests held at Ind- iana University April 19. These awards entitle them to state fscholarships. On April 9. another group from the music department represenz- ed A. H. S. at Newcastle High School. The Choral Club sang at on exchange program at a New-- eastle school convocation. New Plan for Class Election Used A new plan for the election of class officers was adopted by the Student Council this year. Stu- dents desiring to seek offices cave their names to the eligi- bility committee of their class. A mass meeting of the various clas- ses was held Monday April 14 and elections were conducted the following day. The new method increased the interest in class elections. In return for the Choral Club rregram Newcastle High School sent its pride and joy--the high school band to entertain the stu- dent body at a convocation Tues- day. Carol Stillev gained national recognition for an editorial when She submitted to the na- tional editorial contest -sponsor- ed by the Scholastic. Carol was awarded third place in this na- tional contest which gives her the right to compete for a joure- nalism scholarship to any school ef her choice in the country. The X-Ray also recieved journalistic lionors. The National Scholastic Press Association awarded it .t first-class honor rating. The pa- per missed All-American ranking by 25 points. Industrial Exposition Held in Gym April 2,5 and 26 the annual in- dustrial cxhibition was held in the high school gymnasium. The senior high school department of trades and industries contri- buted to this exhibit. "Have you any old clothes. books, jewelry, er other rum- mage?" This was the frantic ac- peal that the Student Council wade to 'he student body late in Anril. On Anril 26 the Council :'ifcn3o1'efl a rummage sale tw raise money for next years state convention. According To Gordon Fisher. cheirrian, approximately 950 was made. .,.,.-... ..,a- f -.., Music A Newcastle Band 151 Rummage Sale "What A Life!" If you doubt if ask any member of the cast of this yeans senior class play. The class of '41 presented Clifford Goldsmith's play by this title Friday May 2 in the high school auditorium. For the first time in many years the senior class play was a complete sell-out. Members of the cast of thc "What A Life" which starred Lewis Gephart as Henry Aldrich included: Jean Julius, Bob Mat- thew, Vera Clayton, Charles Mil- ler. Burton Canaday, Carolyn Pickering, Berneice Matchett. -Kay Hampton, Bruce McArt, George McMahan, John Peter- pson, Bette Anne Netterville, Bet- te Schmitz, Raymond Precup, Conrad Gaunt, Lois Ellis, Carol Stilley, Betty Pence, Betty Lou Hamilton, Bob Meyers. Congratulations Due To Cast Of Play Congratulations go to each and every member of the cast for putting on a fine play. Orchids to Mr. Boyd for perfect casting and directing. This year's play was a lighter play than has been given in former years and it was enjoyed by all During the intermission Char- les Bailey, president of the class Cf '42, and Dean Moore, president of the class of '41, presented the new stage curtains to the school, Tuesday, May 6, the Kiwanis Club presented a handsome plaque to the school on which was the American creed. On the 17 of May many stu- dents from the journalism clas- ses attended the Butler Jour- nalism Field Day at Butler Uni- versity. The group participated in several panel discussions and contests. Vivian Morrison Reigns As Queen Vivian Morrison, that vivac- ious black haired beauty of the class 1942 was crowned queen of the Junior Prom Thursday even- ing May 28. Vivian's attendants were Lolita Montgomery and Louise Spiegal. The prom opened a series of social functions for the seniors. 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Balyeat, Wilma, 19, 25, 107 Burner, Claude P., 15, 25, 93, 94 Barrow, Dave, 117, 137 Bergevm, Paul, 25, Bonge, Carl, 25, 116, 124, 130, 132, Bowen, Donald, 16, 25, 142, 150. Bowen, Therese, 25. Boyd, Ralph, 6, 25, 105. Brlnson, W. H., 19, 25, 93. Brock, Agnes, 14, 25, 110 Brown, Katherine, 19, 25, 150., Burns, Clarence, 26. Campbell, Arthur, 20, 21. Campbell, Dorothy, 26. Carson, Cella, 5, 26. Chadd, A, B., 26, 83, 116, 118, 119, 124, 130, 131, 137, 149. Charller, Marie Allce, 26, 91. Childers, Foust, 20. Coffin, Merrill, 26, 117, 143. Crlttenberger, Juliet, 20. Davis, George, 5, 19, 26, 88, 142, 145. Day, Pauline, 26. - Denny, Charles, 26. Dlschlnger, Donas, 26, 116, 119. Drummond, Robert, 26, 78, 109, 146. Dunlap, Dorothy, 13, 19, 27, 100, 101, 145, 147. Dye, Joseph, 27, Fleenor, Ray, 27, 87, 117, 132. Free, Wade, 20. Garrlgus, John, 27. Goss, Ella, 27. Goss, Elmer, 27. 145. Grahame, Evelyn, 27, 67. 27. Hale, Lee, 27. Hale, Marguerite, 27. Hallett, Herman, 27, 104. Horton, B. B., 8, 19, 27, 97. Hosler, Basil, 28, 35, 131, 149. Hoskins, Esther, 28. Hughes, Helen, 28, 109. Humphrey, Helen, 28, 107. Humphrey, Mary, 12, 28, 93, 107. Huntzlnger, Jesse, 28. Julius, Gordon, 28, 93, 97. Julius, Wysong, 28. Kendall, Hazel, 28. Kolb, Walter, 19, 28, 113, 117. Kuch, Jacob, 20. Lashbrook, Hazel, 28, 90. Leaehxnan, Margaret, 19, 28, 110. Lee, Lowell, 9, 29, 88, 97. Lindsey, Howard, 29. Lindstrom, Virginia, 29, 107. Lyon, Herbert, 16, 29. McClintock, L. J., 29. McClure, C. H., 5, 19, 29. Maine, Vlvlan, 29. Mather, L. B., 29. Miller, Herbert, 29, 67. Miller, Mary, 29. Mom-ls, Dwight, 15, 29, 97. Mullendore, Margaret, 29, 78, 89, 107, 146. Nagle, Fannie, 6, 19, 30, 102. Olds, Mary, 30, 108, 138. Plppen, Sarah, 30, 107. 'Porter, Stanley, 21, 141, 145. Preston, Helen, 30. Pugh. Dane, 80. Rencenberger, Richard, 12, 30, 98. Repetto, Goldia, 9, 30, 35. . Richter, Catherine, 30, 90. Rogers, Glen, 20. Rotruck, C. D., 5, 22, 30, 142. Sanders, Leo, 30, 75, 108. and student body Whose Sherman, Ray, 30. shlnn, Vern, 8, 31, 117, 119, 145. shirey, Arthur, 4, 11, 31, 86, 89. slzelove, Betty Jane, 23. bpringer, 0. L., 31. btewart, B. R., 31. stoler, Fred, 31. Strickler, Geraldine, 31, 102. Stutsman, Jesse, 19, 31. Thurston, Mary Ethel, 31. 'l'odd, Elgin, 31. Ulmer, Margaret, 23. , Vermillion, Virginia, 31, 75, 91. Weaver, Fred, 31, 110, 145, 149. Whltson, Edna, 31, 102. Abbot, Howard, 11, 12, 98. Acnor, Cleda, 18, 107, Acnor, ttonald, 66, 101. Adams, Donald, 113. AUHDIS. Melvin, 74. 108. Barnes, Donna, 66, 110. Barnes, Elma, 14, 34. Barnes, Roger, 74. Barnes, Virgil, 15, 35, 78. Barnes, Virginia, 82. Barnes, VVayne. 78. Barnett, Don. 118. 119, 120, 124, 128, 137. Barnhart. Betty, 78, 91. Barnhizer. Rosemary, 100. 147. Barrett. Charles, 78. Barrett, Dorothy. 11, 35, 90, 104. Barrett. James. 74, 113. Bassett, Denison, 9, 66, 88, 97, 105,151. Basye. Bob. 97. Bates, David. 98. Bates. Richard. 74. Bathauer. Ruby. 66. 100, 101, 145. Bauer. Rosemary. 66, 87, 90. Baxter, Donald. 78. Beach. Helen. 35, 93, 104. Beal, Doris, 35, 90. Beal. Lola. 35, 90. Beall, Lucille, 35 104. Beard. Beulah, 89, 90. Beason. Norma Jean. 66. 110. 138. Beatty, Farl, 113. Beatty. Mary. 74. 83, 101. 107. Beck, Beverly, 78. AGBIHS, Morris, 34. Akins, Alice, 78. Alatza, Blaine, 66, 97, 100, 146. Alatza, lsvalyn, 82. Alatza, George, 74, 101, 107, 145. Alexander, Gloria, 101. Alexander,Buth, 8, 34, 87, 90, 94. Alexander, Wilbur, 74. Alexander, Wilma, 6, 74, 83, 101, 102, 08 Alford, Mary, 34. Alger, Earl, 34. Allen, Evelyn, 78. Allen, James, 15, 34. Allen, Joseph, 66, 85, 86, 104, 108. Allen, June, 7. Allen. snmey, 91, ss. Allex, Norma, 82. Allison, Patty, 104. Allman, Ruth, 74. Alt, Betty Jo Ann, 78, 91. Arulck, Betty Jo, 74, 101. Axnick, Buth, 74. AIIIOS, Betty, 78. Anderson, Hexlna, 82. Anderson, Jay, 34. Anderson, James, 66. Anderson, George, 78. Anderson, Bud, 88, 137. Anthony, Pauline, 66. Anton, Bertha, 66, 87, 90, 100, 107, 145. Anton, Evelyn, 2, 7, 34, 89, 90, 152. Anton, Helen, 74, 101. Applegate, Joe, 78. Arbuckle, Betty, 110. Armstrong, George, 82. Armstrong, Juanita, 34. Arnold, Barbara, 66, 147. Ashby. Robert. 78. Atwell, Ava, 82. Atwood, Alice, 78, 91. Atwood, Dick, 66, 87. Ault, Harriett, 74, 101. Austin, John, 97, 109. Aynes, Raymond, 78, 113. Ayres, Martha, 78, 91, 138. Bable, Jeanne, 66, 87, 90, 102. Bahle. Rita, 6, 74, 102. Bach, Betty, 34, 73. Badgley, Marjorie, 66, 87, 90. Bailey, Betty, 34, 90, 104. Bailey, Betty, 90. Bailey, Charles, 33, 66, 87, 88, 142, 143, 14 . Bailey, Jess, 66, 113. Bailey, Mary Elizabeth, 9, 102. Bailey, Phylis, 78. Baines, Wllda, 78. Bair, James, 34. Baker, Bob, 78, 101. Baker, Vern, 78. Baldauf, James, 4, 74. Baldauf, Ruth, 78. Barber, John, 78. Barber, Lois, 34, 90. Burg, Geneva, 74, 104. Barkdull, Joan, 78, 86. Barker, Nlla, 66. Barnes, Betty, 66. ,Il .. Beck, Charles. 66, 137. Beck. Jack. 66. Beckham. Paul, 35. Beckner. NVilllam 66. Ilechtold, Royal. 6, 14, ss, ss, 102. Bedwell. Alice, 16, 35. Beeler. Frederick, 74. Behymer. Loren, 78. Dehymer, Mary Jo, 35, 86, 152. Belangee. Harry, 119. 120. Belamzee. Rosa, 14. Bell, Betty, 74. Bell. Bill, 78. Bell, Billy, 78. Bell, Robert. 35, 88 119, 120 124. Bender. Mary, es, 161, 127, 137, 147. Bender. Merrill. 107. Benefiel, Virginia. 74, 98, 109, 138. Bennett. Betty, 35. Bennett, Patsy 78. Bennett, Rex, 66. 107. Bennett, Samuel, 8. Benzenbower. Byron, 11, 35. 127. Berkebile, Bfill, 35. Berry, Beatrice, 74. Berry, Betty, 107. Berry. Sally, 78, 91, 107. Bernard, Doris. 67. Beyler. Junior, 74. Biddle. June, 110. Biddle, Melvin. 36. Biddle, Ruth, 74. Billheimer. Paul. 146, 151. Hillman. Phglis, 36 87. Birch, Eliza em, 36. sa, 100. Bird, Marg, 66. Bitner, Jo n, 66. Bixenstine, Vertus, 78. Black. Xvalter, 74, 98. 109. 135, 146. Blackburn. Geneva. 82. Blackburn, Nedra, 74. 101. Blackwell, Bonnie, 78. Blackwell, Joe, 15, 36, 119, 121. Blair. James. 101. Blatlll. Charles. 66. Blassaras. Bertha. 66, Blessing, Marian 36. Blueher, Bettie, 64. Bluemle. Jack 6. 74, Bm, Mari. ab. 90. Bolen, Bo , 78, 108. Boles. James. 74. Bond, Janet, 78. 107. Boone, Betty 74. Boram, Vlrglnla, 74. Boren, Leland E., 36. Bosh. Helen, 66. Bowman, Kenneth. 78, Bowman, XVlllla1Il, 36, 40, 89, 97, 108. Bowser. Bill, 36. Bowser, Doris, 78, 86. Boyer. Collen. 101. Bradford. Doris, 36, 90, 104. Bramming, Kenneth, 107. Branch, Leslie. 113. Branch. Rosemary, 86. 101, 138. Branch. Wilma, 78. 138. Brandon. Jack, 113 Brauchla, Zoellen, 9, 66, 101. Breece, Jeanette. 82. Breece, Marilyn, 78. Bricker. Bernard, 66. 113. Bridges, Marilyn, 36. ht Vi lt 66. 90. 102. 130, 182. Brig , o e , Brightman. James, 78. Brllldllse, Daniel, 36, 43, 101, 153. . -.Hear f an." L?-.fa Brinduse, Paul, 74, 86. Brinduse, Ruth, 82. Brlnson, Don, 74. Brissenden, John, 74, 132, 133. Britton, Fred, 74. Brlzendine, Madonna 74. Davis, D i amine, Evelyn, 37, 197, Brobst, Okalie 74. Brock, Patty, 78. Brock, Phil lp, 82, Brockman, Grace, 13, 101. Brockman, Glen, 77. Brockman, Jane, 66. Bronnenberg, Barbara, 46, 87, 89, 108, 109, 110, 138, 139. Bronnenberg, Deane, 74, 91, 98, 108. Bronnenberg, Fred, 74, 86, 88. 151. Bronnenberg, Jo Anne, 78, 110. - INDEX Chaney, John, 15, 119, 121, 137. Chapman, Eugenia, 74. Cheever, William, 7. Chtldes, Don, 38. Chllders, Deloris, 78. Chruch, Manson, 74, 100, 145. Clark, Dick, 78. Clark, Marilyn, 82, 91. Clark. Robert, 98. Clarkson, Ruth, 67. Clayton, Vera, 36, 38, 59, 152. Cleaver, Barbara, 78, 91. Clem, Bill, 68, Clem, Joan, 82. Clem, Leonard, 38. Dare, Keith. 78, 83. Dare. Robert. 40, 98. Darlington, Lewis 74. Darwin. Carolyn, 78, 107. Daugherty, An ta, 78. Daugherty, Anna, 78. Daven port, Jack, 78. Davis. Bernard, 85, 86, 87, 88, 92, 127 Davis, Davis 148, 151 John, 78, 113. Betty, 67. 94, 109, 146. Davisz Norman, 67. Davis Philip, 113. Davis. Raymond. 78, 101. Russell. 101. Clement, Martha, 74, 100, 145, 147. Clement, Mary A., 67, 90. Brosier, James, 37, 108. Brown, Anna M., 37, 104. Brown, Audrey, 110. Brown, Betty J., 74. Brown, Bryce, 1, 86, 87, 88, 151. Brown, Carl, 66. Brown, Donna, 37, 90, 107. Brown, Doris, 78. Brown, Harold, 74, 125. Brown, Harold, 66. Brown,J ack, 8, 74. Brown, Jewell, 9, 94. Brown. Kenneth, 66. Brown, Loring, 74. Brown, Norman, 98. Brown, Virginia, 37. Broyles, Otis, 78. Brubaker, Jerry, 74. Brumfield, Bryan, 78. Brumfield, Mabel, 10. Bruner, Jeane A. 74. Buck, Caroline, 78. Bundy, Wayne, 146. Burton, Alora, 66, Burkholder, Robert, 37, 107. Busby, Betty J., 74. Busby, Ralph, 66, 125. Busch, Rebecca, 37, 89, 138. Butler, Wanda, 78, 108. Butner, Nila. 78, 102. Butner, Trenton, 74. Byers, Barbara 78, Byrne, Robert, 74. Byrum, Ethella, 37. Cabasier, Lorene, 78, 138. Cade, Lois, 13, 74, 101. Calabria, Joe, 74. Calabria, Sam, 15. Caldwell, Malcolm, 100, 101, 144. 146. Calhoun, Alberta, 78. Callen, Bob, 66, Callen, Ray, 66. Campbell, Leo, 78. Campbell, Bill, 10, 78. Campbell, Billy, 78. Campbell, Kathryn, 16, 37, 101. Campbell, William, 37. Canaday, Burton, 37, 87, 88, 89, 94, 105, 125, 127, 142, 146, 152. Canaday, Marian, 78, 86, 105, 108. Canning, Leslie, 66, 87. Cannon, Martha, 66, 100. Caplinger, Bob, 125, 132. Capllnger, Thomas, 78. Capllnger, Lewis, 78. Carico, Jean, 66. Carlco, Mary H., 78. Carlislie, Donald 100, 145. Carmlcheal, Cecil, 119, 121. Carmody, Joanne, 74, 83, 101, 107, 108. Carpenter, Barbara, 66, 87,.90. Carpenter, Earl, 37. Carpenter, Jeanne, 66, 100, 110, 145. Carr, Katherine, 78. Carr, Robert, 37, 164. Carraway, Joan, 74, 91, Carter, Gene, 8. Carver, Joyce, 78, 91. Cassell James, 78, Casssell, Jesse, 78. Cassell, Robert, 37, 97. Castor, Pauline, 67, 102. Castor, Richard, 78. Cates, Harold, 137. Catt, Dick, 38. Caudell, Wilda, 74, 110. Caylor, Joan, 74 Caylor, Robert, 74. Cerden, Margery, 6, 67 89, 98, 102. Cerden, Mildred, ss, ab, 97, Chalfant, Irvin, 97, 109. Chambers, Elizabeth, 78. Chambers, Cardella, 82. Chambers, Bob, 74. Chaney, Betty, 38. Clements June, 67, 89 90 107 145 Clemons. Clemons, Julia, 78. Clemons, Louis, 38. Clemons, Marietta, 82. Closser, Paul, 38. Coale, Jack, 38, 64, 87. Coates, Marietta, 16, 67, 83. Cochran, Dea Ruth. 3 Cochran, Barney, 74. Cochran, Ray, 82. Coffman, Harold, 38. Coil, Joanne, 74, 102. Cole, Wilda, 67, 110. Coleman, Joe, 74. Collins, Charles, 74, 119, 120. Collins, Jimmy, 33, 78, 107, 108. Collins, Norman, 67. Collins, Ward, 38. Colllngs, Margaret, 67. Colvill, Jack, 78. Conley, Russell. 67, 107. Conn, Laura, 67. Connelly, James, 67. Conner, Glenville, 132. Contos. Sandra, 82. Cook, Ben, 67, 78, 87, 88. Cook, Martha, 74. 86, 91, 100, 145. Cooke, Wanda Eloise, 78, 98. Coon, Tom, 10, 67. Cooney, Rosemary, 67. Cooper, Don, 38. Cooper ,Joan, 38. Cooper, Mary Elizabeth, 89, 138. Cooper, Robert. 10, 39. Cooper, Sara, 74, 101. Cooper, Suzanne. 138. Corder, Erma Jean. 74. 97. Corder. Harold, 8. 39. Corn. Clifford, 101. Cornner. Betty. J. 83, 98, 109, 138, 1 Couch. Dorothy. 74. Coverdale. Mollie. 39 87, 90, 107. Coverdale. Phyllis, 374, 107. Coverdale, Tom, 10. 67, 101. Covert. Henry. 86, 130. Cowgill, Norma J.. 39. Cowglll. Robert. 74. 8, 100. 'Clarence, 74,'1191 121: 130: Cox. Helen J.. 78. Cox. Herman. 39. Cox. Melvin. 78. Cox. Vida, 9, 39. Coyle Joan. 6. Craib. Jane. 39. Craib John, 78. 108, 134, 136. Craib, Mary F.. 82. Craib. Richard. 74. 132. Craig, Betty. 39. Craig, Betty J., 67. 90. Craig, Emma. 78. 110. Craig, Jack. 39, 152, Crawford. Dorothie, 74. Creason. Velma. 74. Crecelius. Eleanor, 74. 91. Crist. Ruth. 39, 45. Crist. Trevella, 74. 98. Crltchfield, Mary, 67, 90, 107, 127. Critchlow. Charles. 85. 86. 101. Crosley, Betty. 8, 74. Crosson. Charles, 39. Croxton. Roy, 113. Crull, Deloris, 74. Crull, Hilda, 39. Cummings, John, 67, 97. Cummings, Jack, 97. 104. Cummins. Betty J., 39. Cummins. Bill, 74. Cummins. Russell, 67, 97, 104. Cunningham. Hilda, 7. Curry, Eris, 74, 78, 91, 102. 107. Dale. James. 39, 41, 108. Dalton, Bob, 74. Dalton. Eva L., 78. Dalton. Martha. 40, 41. Daly, Suzanna, 78. Danner. Josephine, 7, 40, 90, 149. Da Pore. Barbara, 107, 127. Da Pore, Marjorie, 74, 83, 91, 101. av s. Verna J.. 8. Davison. William, 78. 108. Dawley, Jane 74. 91, 107. Day. Henry, 78. 102. Debolt. Bob, 82. DeCamp, Alice, 75. Decker. Evelyln, 13, 75, 101. Decker. Mart a. 40, 87, 100. Decker, Paul, 40, 64. Decker, Sarah, 75. Decker, Vern, 67, 133, 136. Dehority. Joseph, 40. Delashmit, Charlotte, 40, 90, 149. Delinger. Enola, 8. 40, 64, 90, 102. Delinger, Keith, 75. Dell. Martin, 67, 78. Delph, Harold, 78. Delph, Norman, 40. Demich. Robert, 75. Dempsey. Madonna. 40. Denlinger. Imogene, 78, 83, 98. Denny, Opal. 75. Dent. Mildred, 104. Denton. Betty, 82. Dethloff, Melissa, 78, 91, 101. DeVinney, Betty, 67, 71, 90. DeWeese. Helen. 78. Dexter. Jacqueline. 98. Dew. Barbara, 40, 90. Dew, William, 78. Dick, Robert. 78. Dickey, Lester, 67, 97. Dietzen. Bob, 109. Dletzen, Joan. 7, 78, 107. Dietzen, Marilyn, 67, 104, 107. Dietzen, VVa1ter, 82. - Digby. Jimmie Lou. 39. 40. 90. 101, 101 Ditteon. Lois, 40, 89, 90, 104, 142. Diven, Barbara, 79. Dixon. Dorothy, 67. Dixon, Vernon, 41. Dixon, Wllma, 79, 101. Dodd. Elizabeth 75. Dodd, Robert, ei. Doherty. Ellen. 41, 62, 142. Dollar. Bill, 67. Dollens. Robert, 67, 83. Donnelly. Joan, 41 75, 107, 149. Dorsey, 'WiIliam. 95. Douglas. Bruce, 75. 107. Douglas, Beverly 79. Douglas, Jack, 79. Dovey. Betty E., 79. Downard, Martha, 8, 41, 43. Downard. Virginia, 75. Downey, Amelia, 67, 87, 90, 92. 107 108, 127. 128, 151 Dries, Rosalie, 8, 41, 86, 89. 90, 102, 107 149. 151 Doyle. Newton, 75. Druley. Waldon, 82. Du Bois, Arlo, 100. Duckworth, Raymond, 10. 15, 67. Dudgeon, Crystal, 67, 110. Dunham. Mary. 67. Dunlap, Jacquelyn, 101. Dunlap. Mary, 75. Dunlap. Robert. 41, 137. Dunn. Betty, 79, 101. 138. Dunn, Norman, 79. Durant, Katheleen. 79. Durgan, Patty, 82. n Durgan, Ruby, 67, 83. 87, 90 100, 145 Durrer. Margaret, 7. 79, 91, 138. Dyson. Suzanne. 91. Eastman. Dave, 2, 67, 85, 86, 87, 88 105, 125, 142, 144, 151 Ebert, Martha. 14. 41. 53, 99, 110, 127. Ebert, Ruth, 67. 99. 127. Eberle. Anna M., 75. Eckel. Virginia, 41, 98. Ecoff. Tom, 41, 124, 126. Edelson. Norma, 75. Edens. Maisie Jean, 41., Edgeman. Betty, 67, 94. Edgemen, Grace, 83, 143. Edwards. Bill, 67, 86, 87, 88, 92, 142. Eggman, Max, 75. 86, 113. Ehle, Phylls, 79. Ehrhart. Bob, 79. Elder. Mary K., 41. Eliason, William, 113. Ellimtton. Joan. 41. Elliot. Don, 41, 75. Elliot. Laurel Max. 79. Ellis. Donna. 13, 75. 101. Ellis. Lots. 3. 6, 42, 83, 87i,45l0, Ellis. Marjorie. 79, ' 1 3' Elsburit. Keith, 113. Elsea. Jauntta. 42, 73, 100, Elsea. Martha. 75, 91, 107, Endicott. Maxine. 42, 100, 101. Efllkine. Carl, 82. 137. Enalert. Charles 82. Ervin. Nondas, 13, 79, 97, 101, 110, Eskew. James, 75. Estes. Bob. 79. Eubank. Bob, 65, 113. Eutsler. Jay, 82. Evans. Jane, 57. , Evans, Lots. 42, 68. Evans. Mary J., 90, 101, 107. Evans. Vlrszlnla, 75. Everett. Lou A., 79. Ewing, Bob. 79. Ewlmr. Zetta Mae, 67. Fadely. Theadore 79. False. Jack, 42. ds. Falne. Jessie. 75. Farley. Paul, 67, 97. Farmer. Bill 75, 98, 107. Farmer. Evelyn, 82. Farmer. Martha. 79. Farr, Jeanne, 101 75. Farran. Norma, 42, 63, 91. Fath. Robert, 42 63, Faussett, Don, 68, 107, 108. Fauventue. Carmen, 42. Fearnow. James 125. Foooloo. Bm. 75. sa. Fenimore. Helen 79. Finley. Martha. 75. 101. Finley. Robt. 79. Flppln, Dick, 10. lflscher. Alfretta 82. Maher. Donald. bs. Fisher. Euuene. 79, 101. Fisher. Gordon. 8, 42, 86, 88,I58l9, Fisher. Mary, 110. Fisher. Robert, 68, 107. Fisher. Wm. 42, 58. 88, 94, 132, 133. 142, Fitzpatrick, Gene. 42, 127. Fltznstrlck, Mary J., 42, 73, 83, 94, Fitzlmmons. Maxine, 138. Flanders, Louise 79. 86, 107. Flatt. Beatrice, 79. Flatt, Howard. 42. Fleeman. Blll, 43. Fletcher. Barbara 91, 108. Fletcher, sul, 110. Fletcher. Estelle, 43, 90, 94, 97, 138, 139, 143, Flowers. Pauline, 43, 133. Poland, Jean, 9. Foley. Anna, 68 188. Foley, Norma, 79. Foley, Sylvia, 79. Folsom. Don, 68, 125. lforcum. Jack, 43, 54. Ford. ltlcbard, 75, 109. Forkner, Martha. 6, 68, 89, 90, 102, Forkner, Raymond. 75, 108, 107. Forse, Barbara, 75. Forlner, Ilene, 43, 89, 93, 104, 153. Foster, Jack. 43, 94 107, 142. Fouse. Vera, 79, 138. Faust, Annie, 6, 79, 91, 102, 107 10 Fowler, Mary, 43, 57. 75, so, 104. Fowler, Robert, 79. Fowler. Vxrglnxa, 91. rox. Betty, 11 43, 83. Fox, Mary, 75. rox. sue 107. 1-'i-aley, Oscar, 79. rrame. Betty. 43, 89. 90, 104. rrance, ruyus, 107, 148. rramne, kwoert, 82. Erauuin, raye, 75. rranum, EXUUCIICK, 98. rraner. Jumor, N. rrauer. Merrul, 75. 1-reu. Betty, oo, 110, 138. rrreman. Eugene, 39, 4.1. Freeman, George, 119, 120, 131, 133 Friend. Allen, 125. 1-ritz. Billy, 68. Frost, Eleanor, 79. 91. 108. Fumulty. Lois, 57. Fuller, Marjorie, 75. 91, 98. Fuller, Wayne, 108. Fulltnltton, Martha, 75. Funk. Betty Jo, 2, 43, 87, 89, 93. Gaddts. John, 8, 43, 88, 92, 108 152. . . 94 152 152 142 143 109 153 108 150 9. J 119. 121. INDEX Gahimer. Lora Mae. 68, 83. 89, 100, Gain. Jean. 79. 105' 145' Gardner. Deloris, 43, 45. G1-irlrler. Delorts. 43. 45. Garlner. Geraldine, 75. GGardner, Mavis, 44. Garretson. Doris, 75. 100, 140, 101 147 Carretson, J , 68 81 f Gaunt. Conrrfgfngl. 44., 38,' 100' Galml- David. 44. 88. 97, 105, 150, 152 153 IQee.d Bog, '28, zen a. , 68. 89, 1 , , Genske. Grahst? 89. 00 M5 GCOYIIC. Wallace, 44. Gephardt, David. 66, 68, 88, Gebhardt. Mary Ann, 8, 75, 85, 86, Gellhart. Lewis, 6, 44, 152. Gerand, Esther. 79. German, Blanche. 12. 75. Glbbens. Donna. 68, 87. 90. Gilbraith. Marybell, 44. Gill. Norma, 1, 68, 90, 127, Gilmore. Edward, 10, 15, 44. Gilmore, Robert, 119, 120. Gilmore. Quinlan, 44., Gilmore. Winston. 75. Glvan. Phylls, 107. Givens, Ada, 21. Glazer. Bernard. 68. 94. 149. Glaze, Louise, 44, 90, 104, 153. Glover. Gerrie, 44, 149. Goddard. Mildred. 44, 98. Goodinit. Rosemar , 79. Goodpasture. Dori, 68. Goen, Nellie, 10, 44. Goff. Betty A., 75. Goss. Betty J., 68, 87, 90, Gourley, Byron, 68. Gowen. Mary J., 79. Goyer. Miriam J., 44, 90, 104, Grant. Barbara, 75. Griffith, Georke, 6. Griner. Vivian, 45, 83. Gritter, Bob. 119, 124, 180. Gritter, Forrest, 45. Grltter, Wanda, 68. Groff. Junior 45. Gross. Vlr inla, 54. 107. 107 142 Grossenbacgler, Walter, 45, 119, 121. Grossman. Jean 107. Grover, Betty, 68, 87, 90, Guffey, Amber, 104 107, 145, 110. Gulley, Faye, 79, 80. Gustin. Dorothy, 80, 99, 127, 146. Gustin. Martin 68. Grady, virginolee, 68, 73. Granaer. Bill. 79. Greene. Donna. 79, 86, 108, 138. Greene, Franclene, 80. Greenland. Donald, 45. Greenwood. Bill 68. Gregory, Bill, 102. Greve. Patricia, 68, 90. Griffin, William, 108. Griffith, George, 6. Griffith. Bob, 68. Hacker. Phillip, 68. Hackleman, Virginia, 75. Hahn, Rosadore, 75, 104, 107. Hale, Harry, 68, 148. Hale, James, 45. Haley, Robert, 79. Hall, Bill, 68, 102. Hall. Bob. 79. Hall, Jean A., 66, 68, 73, 89, 128, 141. Hall, Malcolm, 45. Hall, Margaret, 75. Hall, Virginia, 75. Hallett, Betty, 68, 89, 90, 100. Hamilton, Betty, 45, 89, 93, 108, Hamilton, Gerald, 68, 125. Hamilton, Jacqueline, 68. 90, sa, 107, 152. Harrison, Lillie, 7, 79, 110. Harrison, Virginia, 75. Harshman, Blanchard, 82. Hart, Paul, 45, 56. Hart. Robert, 68, 94, 104, 125, Hart, Wilbur, 125. Hartman, Kenneth, 75, Hartman, Robert, 68. Hartman, Vera, 75. Harvey, Treva, 46. Hauff, Charles, 45. Hauff, Ruth, 79, 102, 107. Hauri. Phyllis, 102. Hawkins, Betty, 08, 97, 102. Hawkins, June, 79, 91, 107, Hawkins, Maxine, 75, 101. Hawkins, Ruth, 87. Haynes, Norma, 8, 68, 88, 98. Head, Wanda, 79. Heagy, Georgia, 68, 90, 100. Heagy, Wilma, 75, 91 100, 107, 145. Hommon. Patsy, 79, 61, 107. Heiney, Vivian, 79, 110. Hellems, Ralph, 75, Helms, Ma-ry J., 9, 46. Helvle, Jack, 46. Henderson, Norma, 46. Henderson Ruby, 13 101. Henney, Hensley, Hensley, Hensley. Herbst, Herb st, Herbert, Hex-big, Harold, Herron, Herron, Hertens Norma, 40, 04, 142. Jock, 75, 102. Laura, 82. William, 68, 88. John, 79. Margaret, 46, 90, 107. Warren, 46. William, 75. James, 75, 113. Betty, 79. Vera, 10, 68, 110. ine, Betty 79. I . Hester, Carroll, 61. Hewitt, Mona, 46. Hiatt, John, 46. Hiatt, Martha, 75, 107. glstt, Rgchargl, a , ranc s, . Hi1zh?Lucllle, 68, 87, 90, 104. Hilbert, Barbara, 79. Hlles, Vernon, 79, 125. ll H1 , Betty J., 13 75, 101. mu, Britton, 107. Hill, Charles. 79. Hill, Georgianna. 94- . ary. . Hlll, Nancy, 46. 94. 105. 150- Hamilton, Patsy, 107. Hampton, Kathleen, 6, 45, 83, 87, 89, 90, 94, 105, 127, 143, 147, 152. Hancock, Sam, 75. Handley, Crawford, 75, 77, 88, 98, 105. Hanna. Barbara, 79. Hanna. Carol, 75. Hannaford, Gordon, 2, 34, 45, 56, 87. 89, 142, 144, 147, 152. Hannaford, Mark, 75, 88, 105. Hans, Wilma, 79. Hurdacre. XVllma, 45. 90, 101. Hardwick, Eugene, 45, 100. Hargrove, Marva J., 13, 101. Harmeson, Norma E., 68. Harmon, Barbara, 79. Harrington, Marilyn, 75. Harris, JoAnn, 87. Harrison, Anna Bell, 68. Harrison, Hugh, 75, 97, 101, 107. Robert, 46, 88. 89- Hill. Hilligoss, Eunice, 79, 82. 91- , Donald 79 Hines P I si - H nes, au . ' Hlnkle, Dorothy. 13. 79. 101- Htte. Virginia. 46. 87. 90- Hlttle, Robert, 82. 98. Hodgson, Margaret, 79. o son, e en. - Hollingsworth, Durbin. 68. 88. 97- Holllngsworth. Joan. 79- Holloway. Tom. 09- Holmes, Frank 75. Holmes, John. '79- Hon, Dick, 82. Hon, Corrine, 75- Hood, Edith, 138. Hoover. La Von. 105- Hoovler, Rlolbert, H0 IIS, llfy- ' H.,S,,..., como., vs, 125- 1-rosok, tillgaxiles. 435 655 Hosler, r ara. . - Hostetler Robert. 12- 47- 51' 73. 98' Hovermale.hllVgl1l'Y. 729- Howard, S rey. - Howard, William, 79, 182, 138. Howe, Keturah, 79. 91. 103- Hudson, Frances. 6. 75. 103. 103- Hudson, Lois, 79. Hudson, Mary A-. 47- Huffman, Clifford9575, 101. Huffman George, . aofrmonf wnuam, 79, 130. Hughes, Helen, 105. Hughes, Vera, 47- Huahel, Janet, 8. 47. 152- Hull, Betty Jo, 69, 83, 87, 101. llulse. Leslie, 8. Humbles, Betty J., 7, 36. 37, 47, 90 Humble-s. Marguerite. 75, 110. Humrirkhouse. Jean, 79, 86, 91, 138 Hunt, Eleanor. 83, 101. Hunter. Paul, 75. Huntzlnger, Rollanl, 47, 51, 53. 1 In . . . .. ... ,. ,..1.11 .9112 Hurst, Ruth, 82. Huser, Mary, 75. Huston, Mary, 13, 75, 101. Huston, Tom, 75, 101, 108. Hutsell, Nema, 79. Hutton, Betty, 89. Hutton, Bob, 79, 130. I-Iuttork Georgina, 37, 47, 87, 89, 97. 13 . Hutton, Kenneth, 47. I-Iutton, James, 69. Hutton, Lois, 79. Hutton. Roberta, 75. Hyden, Margery, 47, 94. Hyden, Ruth, 69. Hyndman, Florence, 69, 83, 107. Ice, Jack. 37, 47, 73, 94, 97, 127, 142. Imel, Ora, 69, 86. Imel, Walter, 79, 113. Imhoff, Gloria, 79. Ireland, Judy, 108. lrle, Lorraine, 75. Israel, Maxine, 75. Jackley, Betty, 47, 110. Jackson, Earl, 79. Jackson, Joan, 75, 102. Jackson, Mary Eliz, 79. James, Joan, 75, 83, 101, 110. James, Norma, 47, 145. Jarrell, Eloise, 75. Jarrell, Mary F., 79, 107. Jarrett, Richard, 69. Jerabek, Lorraine, 75, 101. Jessup, Howard, 79. Jessup, Paul, 69. Johnson, Norman, 69. Johnson, Odell, 48, 97. Johnson, Vera, 82, 91. Johnston, Susie, 69, 98, 147. Johnston, John, 48, 51, 87, 94, 97, 102. Johnstone, Suzette, 79, Jones, Barbara, 2, 48, 83, 87, 89, 92, 94 102, 105, 142, 143, 147, 148, 149 Kaiser, 152. Jones, Betty L., 79, 86. Jones, Donald L., 79. Jones, Dorothy, 48, 127. Jones. Gregory, 79, 98. Jones, Helen, 69. Jones, Janet. 76, 107, Jones, Joe, 79, 113. Jones, Marylee, 69, 83, 87, 90, 107, 148. Jones, Norma, 48. Jones, Paul, 48, 61. Jones, Robert, 69, 113. Jones, Stanley, 79. Julius, Jean, 6, 48, 58, 73, 83, 89, 90, 94, 98, 105, 107, 142, 143, 147, 149, 152, 153. Kallor, Helen, 76, 138. Kallor, James, 118, 119, 121. Kallor, Katherine, 48, 138. Joe, 82, n , U INDEX Klee, Berniece, 49. Kline, Bob, 69. Kline, Kenneth, 49. Knowles, Frank, 79, 80. Knopp, Donald, 76. Knotts, Don, 70, 87, 105. Kocher, Ethel, 4, 69. Kokcigb June, 8, 69, 97, 109, 138, 147, Kolenda, Imelda, 76. ' Kopp, Emma Lue, 76. Kopp, Florence, 76, 110. Kopp, William, 7, 80, Kramer, Betty, 80. Kramer, Carl, 49. Kranse, Ray, 80. Kreegar, Chester, 69, 125. Kreegar, Viola, 49. Kruegar, Lee, 82, 91. Kruegar, Robert, 76,-108. Kuhn, Betty. 76, Kuhn, Bill, 76. Kuhn, Tommy, 42, 49, 86, 97. liuser, Mary, 91. Lakey, Martha, 76. Lakey, Mary Jane, 76. La Mar, Henry, 119, 122. Land, Frances, 49, 104, 153. Land, Lawrence, 76, 101,107. Land, Virginia, 7, 69, 90, 107. Lane, Helen, 13, 76, 83, 100, 101, 104. Lamphear, Ronald, 138. Larson, Bob, 49, 88. Lasley. Norma, 82. Laughlin, Charles, 76, 137. Laux, Bob, 80, Lawler, Bob, 80. Lawler, Pauline, 49. Lawler, William, 80, 81. Lawson, Francis, 69, 124, 128, 130. Lawson, Betty Jane, 80, 94, 142. Lawson, Jean, 49, 62. Leavell. Norma R.. 76. Ledhetter, Martha, 69, 138. Leedom, Gerald, 108, 125. Leever, Martha, 80, 110, Leever, Mary, 49. LeS8, Hilda, 4. Legrand, Irene, 8, 49, 98. LeMonde, Jean, 69. Lenls, Betty, 69. Lennls, Joan, 104. Lennis, Wanda, 11, 49, 86, 89, 90, 149. Lenz, Daniel, 49. Lenz, Joseph, 50. Leonard, Marilyn, 80. Leonard, Maxine, 50, 104. Levi, Arlowene, 50. Lewls, Donald, 82. Lewl, Edna, 76. Lewis, Ca-rl, 80. Lewis, Gladys, 80, 105. Lewis, Naomi, 80. Lindsay, Glendora, 69. Jmnrock, Jean, 80. 104 . rv. ' McCrory, Earl, 76. McCurdy, Lavonne, 82. McDaniel, Mary L., 76, 80, McFaden, Jeanne, 80, 91. McFarland, Doris, 51. McGillicuddy, Betty, 91, McGinnis, James, 76. McGinnis. Maxine, 51. Bob, 125. Patricia, 7. 110. McGuire, McGuire, MeKain, Norman, 80. McKay, Mack, 80. McKee, Aletha, 51, 104, 110, 147. McKelvey, Vida, 51, 87, 90, 97. McKinley, Anne, 69, 87, 90. 102, 108. McKinney, Mary, 80. James, 73, 69, 97, 98. McLain, McLain, Mary Francis, 107. Mary Lou. 12, 86, 91, 98. McLain, McLain, Robert, 15, 49, 51, 53, 86, 97 98, 134. McMahan, George, 6, 51, 88, 94, 73, 92 94, 127, 152. McManlgell, Frank, 11, 51, McMahan, John R., 70. McManlgell, Mary J., 76. McNeil, Myron, 107. McUne, Ruth, 76. McWilliams, Shirley, 76. Maddux, Clante, 69. Madison, Clarence, 51, Madison, Eugene, 101. Main, Dick, 78, so. Main, Donald, 51, 88, 105. Malaguerra, Elmer, 80, 108. Mallck, Francis, 77, 101. Malone, Kathryn, 39, 51, 90, Maly, Alice, 51. Maly, Helen, 80 Maly, Vlasta, 86. Manls, Betty, 69. Manls, Ethel, 51. Manls, Clara, 94, 102, 110. Manls, Helen, 52. Manley, Harry, 69, 89, 102 Manshlp, Christina, 69, 98 Mantooth, Maxine, 76, 91. Marble, Gerald, 80. Marsh, Marsh, Marsh, 147. Doris, 43, 48, 52. Joanne, 76. Otto, 7. Martin, Jack, 76, 107, 132, 136. Mary Jo, 76, 77, 101. Mildred, 09. Martin, Martin, Matchett, Bernlece, 48, 52, 100, 152. Matchett, Leona, 76, 101. Mather, Vanna, 69. Matthew, Carl, 76, 88. Matthew, Neil, 76, 104, 107. Matthew, Robert, 3, 52, 83, 85, 86, 88 89, 94, 105, 152 Mathewman, Charles, 52. Mattox. Alice, 76, 83, 101. Matzigklet, Phyllis, 14, 52, 89, 104, 107 153 Mauck. Walter, 52, 119, 122, 124, 128, Maupin. Jean, 69. n 1 s Karpenski, Alex. 97, Karr, Mary J., 79. Kaufman. Harold. 127. Keep, William, 86, 119, 121, 132, 133 137. Keesllng. Adraln. 124, 128, 130, 133 Keesllng, Bill, 136. Keesllng, Earl, 76. Keesllng, Frances, 76, Keesllnn. James. 69. 86, 88, 105. Keith. Earlyn. 82, 91. Kcllow, Melba, 8. 48. 59. 153. Kellum, Hubert, 48. 55, 108, 149. Kelly, Alva. 76, 107. 145. Kelly, Carter, 79. 132. Kelly, Jane, 101. Kelly, Marte, 69. Kemerly, Forest, 76, 86. Klndall, Gerald. 79. Kenens, Melba, 76 101, 110. Kessler, Joan, 7, 80. Keyes, Martha, 80. Keys, Don, 69. Keys. Robert, 108. Kldwell, Maxine. 82, 91. Kimble. Dale, 76, 119, 122, 130, 132 134. 136. Klmmerllng, Ruth, 48. Kimmerllng, Carl, 48. 59, 73, Klmmerllng, Jean, 76. Kincaid. Don, 42, 48. King, Charles, 76, 98. King, Donald E., 49, 63, Kina. John. 69. Kina, Virgil, 101. Kinszery, James, 80. Kirkland. Raymonl, 79, 97. 107, 125 Lissemoore, Harold, 50, 153. Lloyd, Francis, 15, 50. Lloyd, Mary A., 70, 100. Loer, Evelyn, 76, Lohr, Carol, 80. Lonz, Carolyn, 6, 7gb 91, 102, 107. , 91. Loudenback, Jean, Louahridge, Shirley, 50. Lowe, Eugene, 80. Lowman, Betty, 80. Lowman, Katherine, Luck, Betty, 79, 82, 91, 109, Luck, Wlnlfred, 16, 50, 153. Lunsford, Glen, 50, 88. Lunsford, Harold, 50, 88, 108. Luther, Doris, 86. Lutton. Bob, 69. Lyst, Willis, 69. 80, 138. MacGillen, Lucena, 76, McAtee, Dorthey, 69. McArt, Bruce, 6, 12, 50, 80, McArt, Don, 49, 50. McCain, Dorothy, 73, 98. , McCain, Francis, 98. McCarty Tom, 50, 113. 153. McClintock. Wayne, 80. McClure, Etna Mae, 50, 90, 93, 99, 104, 107. McConnell. Alice, 76. McCord. Charles, 15. 50. McCormick, Betty, 51, 153. McCormick. Wallan, 80. McCoy, Albert, 69, 83. McCoy, Barbara, 80, 91, 98. McCreary, Kenneth, 80. McCreary, Lowell, 69. 98, 108, 152. Maxwell, Bill, 80. Maxwell, Donald, 80. Maxwell. James, 52. 134. Maxwell, Margery, 52. Maxwell, Mary, 82. u Meagher, Paul, 52, 119, 134, 122, Mears, Doris, 105. Mears, Martha, 11, 52, 94. Melbic, Maralee, 107. Melcher. Bill, 70. 87. Melcher, Joe, 76, 108. Melson, Bob, 10. 70. Melson, Oscar, 130, 88. Mercer, Helen, 70. Merrett, Richard, 70, 71. Merritt, Dallas, 15, 52. Metzzer Elizabeth. 52. Metzger, Ann, 14. 70, 101, Meyer, Norma, 127, 99. Mevers. Robert. 53, 98. 152, 107. Middleton. Jack, 15. 99, 70, 104. Milan. Thelma, 7. 80. Milhum. Mary Etta, 70. Miles. Robert. 82. M114-5, Janice. 82. Mllhnn. Ervin. 53, 87. 148. Miller, Alice, 70. Miller, Anna, 80. Miller. Betty, 53. Miller, Chas, 6, 53, 56, 87, 108, 115, 124, Miller, Bill. 70, 137, 80. Miller, Carolvn. 76, 101, Vlller. Donald. 97. 101. 70. Miller. Dnrntha. 13. 101. Miller. Ernest, 76. 125, 152. Miller, Fred, 53. Miller, Jean Anne, 53, 73, 89, 90, 102. Miller, John, 90, 93, 107, 145, 149. Miller, Mary A., 78, 87. 90. 101. 123- Mlller, Norman E., 101. Mllls, Clarence, 53, 101. Mton, Nlla, 82. Mttchell, Davld, 69. Mitchell, Donald, 53, 145. 100- Mltchell, John, 80. an 53 Mohler, Mlrl , . - Montgomery, Lolita, 85, 86, 87, 105, 70, 142 je' gif A INDEX Parker, Bernadene, 76. Parker, George, 80. Parkhurst, Pearl, 137. Parkinson, Virginia, 76. Parmer, Betty, 70, 110. Patterson, Raymond, 54, 63. Patton, Patton George, 70, 98. Rita 76 98. Pavey,, Emrria, 70. Pavey, Rosemary, 80. Payne, Eddie, 76. Payne, Leland, 80. Payne, Lorene, 70, 100, 101. Montgomery, Richard, 76. Moomey, Betty, 70, 107. Moore, Arthur Lowell, 76. Moore, Dean, 8, 83, 34, 38. 53. 33. 89 147, 150 Moore, Dlck, 88, 108. Moore, Gene, 86, 125. Moore, Mary, 8, 70. Moore, Norma J., 76, 100. Moreland, Luana, 80. Morgan, Betty, 58. Pebernat, Barbara, 80. Peck, Dana, 44, 54. vt-eke, William, 54, 89, 142, 149, 152, Pence, Betty, 6, 54, 89, 100, 146, 152. Penn, Norma, 76. Pennington, Carol, 76. Penry, Joan, 76. Perry, Don, 76. Perry, Geraldine, 80. Perry. Marjorie, 54, 101. Peterson, John, 54, 152. Reese, Annabelle, 71. Refeld, Norma, 12, 71, 107, Relford, Martha, 80, 188. R01f0l'd. Raymond, 71 77. Remington, Kenneth, 37, 56, 77, Remley. Basil. 71, 97, 102. Renforth, Jack, 68, 71. Rent. Mary Alice, 77. ltesener, Martha, 80. Retherford, Martha, 71, 87, 90, Retz, William, 80. Reuse. Tom, 71. Reynolds, Mary Alice, 12, 98, Reynolds. Mary E.. 50, 110. Reynolds, Mi-rlam, 80. Rhodes. Marilyn, 86, 91, 151. Rhule, Mae, 56. Richardson, Nathon, 56, 100, Richwine, Betty, 77, Ricketts, Bill, 77, Richardson, Donald, 74, 77, Richwlne, Harold, 77, 88, 98, 1'l18tIle, Naomi, 80. Riggs, Bob, 77. 147 145. 100, 1 45. ' Morgan, Rosemary, 76, 86, 91. Morris, Bob, 70. Morrtson, Leonard, 70. Morrison, Vivian J., 70, 152. Morse, Robert, 80, 107. Mosley, Maurice, 80. Moss, Bill, 76. Mullen, Barbara, 76, 109, 110. Peterson, Madge, 76. Petry, Jean, 16, 70. Pettlbone, John, 76, 102. Pettlbone, Wayne, 54. Riggs, R R Walter, 77, 102, 107. Frederick, 98. lass. iley, John, 47, 56. Riley, Mary, 77. Petttford, Norma, 76. Pettigrew, Joe, 88, 113, Pettigrew, Mona, 80, 91. Pettigrew, Rex, 70. Mulvlhlll, Neal, 53. Mulvlhlll, Marilyn. 91. Munchoff, Bette, 70. Munson, Jame 76. Musselman, Gl1bert Mustln, Mary, 80. Myers, Betty, 76. Myers, Carolyn. 76, 88. Myers, Helen, 76, 80, 91. Myers, Joan, 70, 107. Myers, Neva. 80. Myers, Norma. 100. Myers, Ross, 53. Nalh, Flearwr, 76. 91, 99. Needler. Frederick. 58. Needler. Wtlltam, 9. , 80, 113. Neel, Betty, 82. Neese, Phillip. 76. Nelson, Bob, 70, 101. Nelson, Lelehn, 6, 84, 54, 78, 105, 152. Nettefrvllle. Betty, 6. 54. 152. Nettervllle, Victor, 76, 86. 142. Nevis, Roberta, 82, 91, 107, 109. Newby, Bettie, 76, 104, 110. Newell, L. H. 54, 55. Newton, Maxine, 70, 88, 98. Nichol, Virginia. 80, 91. Nichols, Helen, 80. Nleholson, Bevexgg, 70. Noble, Thelma. . Nolton. Carl. 80, 113. Nooney, Judith A., 76, 101, 110. Norman, Marlorle. 107. Norris, Robert. 76. Norris, Sam, 18,, 50, 78, 182, 184, 136. Norris, Wallace, 70, 87. Norton, Charlie, 70, 88, 97, 119, 128. Norton, Katherine, 76. Norton, Mart, 80. Nowlln. Charles, 76. , Nuddlng, Marilyn, 80. Nunley, Alvin, 76. 101. Nunley, Emma, 80, 108. Oberlies. Robert, 97. 0'Connor, Mary E., 80. Oekomon. Nadine, 54. Odell Linton, 69. 102. 125. 0'Heron. Ferol 76 88, 101. Olvey, Bette. 76. Ohler, Floyd. 80. Olvey, Jim, 80 118. Olvey. Wllmeth, 102 76. 0'Nelll Melvin 54. 152. Osborn Carlena. 54. Osselser Jack 70. Ottlml Fleanor 70. 107 110. Pheanls, Richard, 80, 137. Phelps, Lots, 16, 70, 104. Phillips, Betty, 76. Phillips, Evalee, 110. Phtlllps, Jack, 76. Phillips, Robert, 74, 76, 88, 107, 125, 127, Pugstey, George, 113. Pugsley, Lawrence, 113. Pusey, Nadine, 80. Prout, Betty, 70. Phlegar, Donald. 80. Plckerlng, Carolyn, 55. 87. 100, 145, 150 Plke, Doris, 104, 110. Plke, Eugene, 44. Pike, Ralph, 39, 55, 104, 110. Piper, James, 102, 108. Plttlnger, Barbara, 80, 86, 91, 94, 134, Pitts, James. 38, 55. Pitts, Kay, 55, 119, 123, 132, 147 Platt, Donald. 76. Platt. Jacqueline, 80. Plummer. James. 70, 87. Poore, Alberta, 80. Popa, Andy. 125. 119 132 105 152. 100 140 Porter, Mary K.. 55. Porter, Waldo. 70. Posey, Helen, 55. Posey, Martha, 76. Potter. Elizabeth. 55. Prater. Mary, 180. Precup, Lena,.76. 83. 101, 107, 108. Precup, Raymond, 47, 55, 89, 101, 104 125, 152 Presser. Opal, 4. 55. Price onda 80 1 . V , . Prirldy, Jack. 1, 70, 88. 119, Prlddy, Robert, 55, 148. Priest, Charles. 47. 55, 113. Pritchard, Mason, 55. Pritchard, Pafricia, 7, 80. Prnkos, Lttsa, 108. Province, Edith. 80. 91, 138. Pryor, Denton. 70, 102. 123. P'Slmer. Mary C., 76, 83, 101, 107, Raley Audie, 70. Raley Dolores A., 80. Randall. Eloise, 55. Raper, Pauline, 80. Rarlden, Robert. 80, 86 142 Ray. Kenneth 71 102 Recob Helen 71 87 90. 108. Rlcter Redick Richard 1 13. John 80. lllnker, Irma, 80. Rlsch, Betty, 91. Risher. June, 80, 91, 98. Risk, Madge, 71. Robbins, Robert. 11, 50, 86. Roberts, Rena, 56. . Roberts. Wanda., 71, 87, 90. Robey, Paul. 71, 89, 104, 125. Robinson. Patricia. 82. Rock, Anna, 56, 87, 89, 90, Rock, John. 56, 87, Rockwell, Eddie, 71. Rockwell, Mary. 79, 81, 91, 104. Rorlecap, Blll. 81. Rodecap. Jack, 56, 100, 119. 122, Rodecap. Ralph. 77. Roehl. Henry. 57. Boettlnger. Lora. 11, 71, 87, 90, 94, Rogers. John, 77. Rogers, Mary, 1, 8. 71. 87, 90, 100, Roland. Betty. 71. Romlne. Jim. 12. 71. 98, 192. Rnmlne. Marilyn. 71. Rnmlna, Tom, 81. Roof. Robert. 98. Roof. Norma. 57 89. 00. 100. Rose. Annabel. 57. 147. Roar-berrv. Eugene 98. nav-berrv. Anita. 71. 107. Doseherrv, Danl. 77. 82 Tir..-sh,-v-rv, Vivian R17 531- gg' nh.-. 'F'1lnn. 77, 107, Rowman Jann. 77, Hut.-n.-1. Paint. 11, 57, 'Ton-'e. Welen. '77. 83. 101. uf-...v., PPNV, R7 Ytnn-"'. Erarl. '77. Roush. Joan 71 81. 87. 90. Pont fieorve. 71. Rm-'e Vlrfftnia. 57. 107. Rf1WI'. Robert. 21. "'fW"" Mrwlne. 90. n...w....w, 'l',9l-and, nv, e nvwfmwonht. Flhl, '71, 11...--H--1. H...-nld 7' 1:45 Illnwf-vw. Rh-hard 77. 113. R1u1vcv1. Floyd, 77. Russell. Helen. 5. Russell James. 71. R B.tt 16. 57 van. e y. . Ryan. Forrest, 56, 57. 87. Ryan, Earllne, 71, 104. Salatin David. 71 98. Sales. Eileen. 4. Samnle Marilyn. 81. Sample. Betty., 57, 89, Snrnnson. Richard, 69. Sanders Marlaret. 77. Suraent. Geraldine. 57. Saunders. Chas 81. 97. 104 15' . 145, 146 127 14:1 8 . 87 100 0't. 135 142 145 Savane. Joanne 57 73 Oltlng, Marcella 110. Qttdman. Erma 70.87 89 90. Owens, Owens, Palmer Palmer Pancol Pancol , Francine 70 86. Martha 80. Jaunlta. 76. Mary 80. 108. George. 82 98. Mary. 54. 100. 147. Redick Katherine 71. Redick Redick Wilbert 56. Reed Reed, Lvelyn, 56. Reed Robert 80, 113. Reed Vlvlan 76 107. Margaret 13 91 101. Reddln. Bo 4 56 119 122 132 134. Barbara 71 86 87 89 90 92 147 5 Walter. 57. 63. Peggy 71. 94 Fuaene. 81. Keith 16. 57. Savane Sayers Saylor Saxon Scamnmorte. Jeanette 77. 101. Scampmorte. Josephine 81 108. Scherer. Robert. 77. Schlckel. Martin 7' 107. ' hlrkel. Vivian .8. 142. ..-1. .ee-9 .4 . , Q ' , I ' , 13 . ' ' b. .' . , , , - I .Q . , .1d2!.,.m. Q ' ' ' ' . 1. . s 9 I I 'Il F Pancol, sophie. 70, 72, 97, 102 Reeder, Carolyn, 13, 771 91, 101. p,,,,,,,,,,,h, ,,,,,,j SH, . . . . , . . . .1- xjil ,D ye ' . s ef ..-1.. 1. J-we - fr' '- -1 Psrlsl Katherine 16. Reeder Iillian 13 91 101. Schlossburg Gerald. 81. rag' s. Schmidt. Gertrude, 7. Schmidt, Phyllis. 12. 58. Schmidt, Joan. 8. 34. 40. 58. 100. Schmitz. Bette. 87. 89, 90, 105, 152. Schmitz. Marvin, 58. Schneider. Marjorie. 13, 77, 101. Schoger, Robert, 77. Schoonover. Edith. 81, 98. Schuhmacher. Margaret, 58, Schuyler, Dorothy. 71. Schuyler, Norma Jayne, 58. Scott. Betty, 101. Scott. Phy lisann, 58, 87 Scott. Wilma. 16. 71. Scezesny. Chester.88, 97. Scezesny. Theodore, 77. Sears. Mary, 77, 98. 102. Seaton. Robert, 58, 88, 92. 143. Seifer, Vivian, 14. Selgel, Marie. 81. Sel y, Ray, 58. Selby. Lorene, 77. Sellers. Doris, 82. Sellers. Ruth, 77. 101. Seibel. Esther, 71, 108. Sells. Evelyn, 81, 98. Shafer. Elmer, 58, 97. Shaffer. Edward. 58.' Sharpe, Donald. 58. Sharp, Loretta. 7, 71. Sharpe, Virginia, 58. Shartz. Robert, 55. 59. 104. INDEX Stewart. Edwin. 8, 60, 88, 142. Stewart, Jack, 77, 151. Stewart, Leland, 77. Steiner, Florence, 81. Steiner. Marshall. 113. Stewart, Rose. 18, 101. Stidd, Billy, 77. Stidham. NValter, 77. 88. Stldham. NVarren. 72, 87, 88, 89, 92, 100, 145, 146, 147, 151 Stierwalt, Betty, 81. Stilley, Carolvn, 60, 73, 83, 94. Stilson, Patty, 74, 77. Stineman. Jaunita, 77. Stinson, Dorothy, 52, 60 105, 143, 151, 152 Stinson. Howard, 72, 73, 100, 145. Stinson, Mariwanda, 77, 107. Stinson, Phyllis, 77. Stokes. Mary, 77. Stone, Leba, 82, 110. Stone. YVilma, 61. Stottlemyer, Jean, 86. Stottlemyer, Juanita. 72, 81, 104, 110, Stottlemyer. Martha, 61. Stressel, Adeline, 81. Strickler. Esther. 77. Stroud, Mary, 72. Stroup, Charles, 132, 135. Stuart. Marjorie, Stuart, Richard, 81. Stuart, Robert, 77. 77, 72. Turner Bessie, 72, Turner: Doris, 138. Turner, George, 4, 15, 62, 124, 126, 129, 128 Turner, Jack, 62. Tykle, Evanaeline, 81. Tyler, Doris, 81. Underwood. Eddie. 81. Unger, Clifford. 81. Uremovich. Jane, 77, 107. Utley, Alan, 77. Vance. Gertrude. 81. Vanderlult, Earl, 15, 8, 62, 77, 101, Vandevender, Ruth. 81. Vandevender. Wanda, 77. Van Dyke. VVllli'sm, 15, 50, 136. Vaughn, Chas., 87. Vaughn, John, 82. Vaullhn. Lavonia, 77. Vaught, Betty. 72, 83, 101, 104. Vauzht. Kathleen, 77. 107. Vaughan. Leon, 62, 97. 125. 149. Venmllton, Kenneth, 72, 113. Vermillion, Thomas, 77. 137. Vermillion, XVinlfred, 81, 107. Vess. Helen, 82. Vinson. Ted. 88. 109. Yoke, Bob, 72, 93, 97. Voss. Harry, 113. Swetnam, Mary, 79, Shaw, Barbara, 77, 107. Shaw. Betty. 14. Shaw. George, 59. Shaw, Charlene, 7. 81. Sheets, Harry, 39, 59. Shields, Ross, 38, 59, 147. Shinkle. Clarence, 15, 59, 101. Shinkle. Norma, 71. Shipley. Donna, 81. Shipley, Lester, 66, 71, 86, 88, 97, 135. Shoultz. Wilma, 81. Showalter, David, 82. Shrout. Marvin. 7, 6, 125. Stum. Bill, 72. Stutsman, Betty, 77. 107. 72, Summers, Cecile, 7. 101. Summers, Nancy, 61. Summers. Virginia, 14, 77. Summers, Caswalton, 81. Summitt, Mary, 82. Surber. Fred, 72, 83. Surface. Martha, 77, 101. Swaim. Bob, 61. 73. 100, 101, 108, 145. Swank, Hugh, 72, 86, 89, 97, 125. Swank, Phyllis, 13, 77, 83, 91, 101. 101. Shroyer. Jack, 69, 71. Slbera. Pauline, 59.- 83, 90. 94, 107. Sihera. Stanley. 71. Siefert. VVllma, 43, 59, 83. Slefer, June, 59. Siepal, Esther. 16. Siler, Nvtlliam, 87, 97. Silvers, Betty, 16, 59, 110, 107. Simmonds. Vance, 55. 59, 100. Simonton. Urban, 8, 44, 59. 87, 135. Simpson. Dorothy, 71, 97. 107. Simpson, Hilda, 71. 87, 90. Simpson. Newton, 46, 59. Simpson, Hlllls, 71. Singleton, Aldine, 81. Singleton. Maxine, 81. Skees. Kenneth, 71, 97. Sktles, Bob, 130. Skinner, Gordon. 59. Slater. Mary, 60. Slater, Virginia, 71, 87, 90, 107. Swincher, Martha, 81. Swlnford. Alta, 77. Swinford. Donald, 76, 77, 86, 107. Swope, Joseph, 15. Sylvester, Keith, 81, 98. Sylvester, Bob. 81. WVagner. Wilma, 76. VVattman. Virgil, 77. Wakefield. Lillian. 110. Walford. Norma, 76. Walker, Ann, 81, 91. 107. Walker, Jack. 15, 62. VValker. Robert, 62. Wallace, John, 15, 62, 94. Wallace Ruth, 72. Wastel, 'Opal, 62. Watkins, JoAnn. 82. Watkins, Keith, 13, 36, 52, 62. Watkins. William, 15, 62, 89, 97 Watson. Betty, 8, 77, 101. Tackett, Mary K., 61. Tackett, Bob, 77, 86, 88, 108, 137. Talhert. XVilma, 138. Tanner. John, 113. Tarvin, Hildred. 81. Tate. Bill, 81, 98. Taylor, Arthur, 108, 81. Taylor, Dorothy, 76, 77, 81, 101. Taylor, Helen, 81. Taylor, Irene, 61. Taylor, Isabel, 100, 108, 145. Taylor, Joan, 81. , Taylor, Mary, 83, 101. Taylor, Tom, 53, 88, 119, 123, 124, 128, Slick. Lavera, 60. Smith. Doris, 14, 71, 87, 90, 110. Smith. Eva, 77. 83, 101, 107. Smith. Garnett, 71. Smith, George, 60. Smith. Helen, 60. Smith. James, 77, 86, 151. Smith. Luclle. 14, 60. Smith. Marjorie, 81, 91, 98. Smith, Marvin, 15, 60, 86. Smith. Jack, 73, 98. Smith, Mary E., 138. Smith, Priscilla, 81. Smith, Rolland, 15. Smith Wilford, 82. Snow,,vHarold, 72, sa, 119, 1 Taylor, NVilliam, 72, 105. Teter, Robert, 72. Teters, Jim, 113. Thayer. Lolita, 77, 83, 98, 107. 129 Thomas, Ann, 61. Thomas, Bob, 72, 97. Thomas, Gretna, 77. Thomas, Veshti, 81. 20, 122, 124, Thomas, Xvilmer, 61. Thompson, Earl, 113. Thompson, Fred. 77. Thompson, Letha, 81. Thompson, George, 72. Thompson Norman, 81. Thornberr Vaughn 61 125 4 07, 126, 128, 132, 135. Snyder. James, 81, 132. Sonker Jack, 46, 60, 86, 89, 108, 125, 132. Sonders, Wllllam, 81. Spangler, Phyllis, 148. Spearman, Fred, 81. Spearman, Julia, 72, 107. Speck. Hugh. 81. Spencer, C lfford, 81, 132. Splegal, Louise, 2, 87, 89,190, 94, 102, Spragne, James, 77. Springer Jo Anne 72, 89, 97. Springer, Phyllis 77. Sprinkle. Sam, 108. Stahl, Esther, 77. Stahl. Norma, 77. Staley, Robert, 60. 147, 151, Sgley, Virgil 83, 98. S nesu, Barbara, 72, 101. Stanley, Ceinsen, 81. Stanley. Mary, 107, 77. Stephen, Betty, 81. Stephens, Neal, 60. Stephenson, Phyllis, 77. Steves. James, 0. Stevens. Joan, 72, 90. Y. 1 . ' ' Thornburg, Bill, 72, 88, 124, 129, 130. Thornburg, Vernlce, 110. Thrasher. Bertha, 72 110, 138. Timmons, John, 61, 137. Tice, mme, 72, 99 100, 127, 145. Titus. Mary Joe, 81, 91, 109, 13s. Tilus, Betty Ann, 77, 138. Todd, NVilma, 72, 85. 86, 89, 110. Tolhert, Mary J., 102. Toles. Marilyn, 40, 61, 90. Tolle. Betty, 97. Toombs, Jack, 81. Toombs. Jeanne, 101. Toombs, Jean, 13. Toppin. Charles, 81. Tracy, Bill, 81. Tracy, Franklin, 125. Tranharger, Mary J., 81. Trlbett, Margaret, 81, 91. Trick, Mona, 61, 89. Trick, Virgil, 8, 72, 87, 97, 125. Trotter, Robert, 61. Trueblood, Pearl, 81. Tucker, Wanda, 62. Tumulty, Lois, 16, 62. Tunget, Maurice, 15, 62, 119, 121, 123, 137. VVatson. Mary, 81. VVean, Richard, 113. VVeatherford. Betty, 81, 110. XVeatherford, Roger, 72. Weaver. Eva Mae, 81. WVebb, Pauline, 62, 97, 107, 110. XVebb. Mary J., 90. 1Vebster, Betty, 77, 100, 101, 102, 108. NVellons, Ralph, 81. Wells, Frances, 72. XVells. Gladys, 77, 97, 102, 110. XVells, Mary, 81. NVells, Norma, 72, 100, 145. Nvelper. Jack, 81. XVelper, Russell, 63. ' Xverklng. Richard. 72. VVertz. Blanche, 11, 63, 110. NVertz, VVllliam, 81, 101, 108. XVeston, Lonnie, 72, 86, 97. NVeston. Mary. 72. 1Vestrick, Robert, 63, 89, 94, 109, 125, 146, 152 Wheasler. Roy, 9, 72, 97, 109, 146. VVheat. Marjorie. 7, 81. Wheat, Robert, 72, 108. Wheeler, Lois, 63. XVhetsel, Betty, 63. NVhisler, Beverly, 77. Whitaker, Wilbur, 15, 63, 94. VVhite, Barbara, 82. Whitehead, Genevieve, 9. XVhitehead, Joan, 79. Whitehouse, Martha, 63, 101. Whitehead. Richard, 77, 137. VVhitesel, Elvan, 63. Xvhitesel, Everett, 63. Whitezel, Ivan, 77. Whitlow, Eugene, 125. Whittaker, James, 81. Xviesenhan. Jack. 63. VVlkle, Bettie., 77, 101, 104. Wilcox. Robert. 81. NVilcox, Sam, 38, 63, 83, 87, 89, 92, 93, 143, 147, 148, 149, 152. VVi1der, Richard, 2 81. Wilhite. Patricia, 85, se, 10s. Vvllliams, Don, 109. KVilliams. Harry, 81. XVilliams, Shirley. 101. Nvllliams, Jack, 100. NVilliams, Jack. 81. Williams, Joe, 64. Williams. Juanita, 81. XVilllams, Mae, 82. Williamson. Betty, 77, 90. Willis. Marvin, 81 113. NVillis. Mildred. 6'-1. XVillson, Canby, 72. Wilson. Betty, 72. Wilson. Donald, 82. 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