Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

 - Class of 1944

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We soon learned, however, ThaT our biggesT problem was a Thing called "prioriTy". lnsTead oT orderly plans To Tollow, ours were revised aT evey new ruling oT The prioriTy board. We were someTimes TempTed To buy a ouiia board so we would know iusT how much Tilm we would have, or aT leasT hire an inTerpreTer so we would know which oT our scribbled revisions To use. This unceTainTy has made our work de- cidedly diTTerenT Trom The annual producTions oT The pasT and has made us especially appreciaTive oT your paTience. ln many respecTs. This book isn'T whaT we had hoped To give To you. JusT as walking has proven iTselT an adapTable romanTic subsTiTuTe Tor The days ol: gasoline, however, we Think ThaT some oT our "subsTiTuTes" are beTTer Than our or- iginal plans. WhaTever changes we have had To make, we have Tried To keep The annual as symbolic oT our high school dave as saddle shoe and red and green ribbons. Qur iob is now done. lT's been work and worry--- buT loTs oT Tun, Too. So---"This is iT, kids, and we hope you like iT." Louise F landers, EdiTor 1 9 , 1 A x 7,2 3 3 f 5 law-gg w 1 iw 3""' E 3 N ' ,f,,. 9 lx x VM: MWWYWV' f 2 WJ- W W " ' 4, , , Y. . U , wg. , , X fWWff 19 WW ex X X N N' WWE mgw JIM' K Admin. 18 44 published by tI1e SEIXIIQR I-IIGI-I SCI-IQQI. ANDERSON, INDIANA During the Sc:I1ooI Year I943-1944 THE 1 44 INDIAN EDITED ------- by LOUISE FLANDERS I3I'1otograpI1s ------- by Gene WampoIe Cover and Art Work ------ by Bob I"'IaII Writeups - - - Supervised by Marian Canaday Assistant Editor -------- IXIeaI petry printing - - - by I-Iigb SCI'1ooI printing Department al 'Q 145 ' r"'ii'f .f V Q' i iljfmjfcw s cg! .2 f " ' Let's Co Back 50 Years As an observance ol lhe iillielh anniversary of lhe pub- licalrion ol The "X-Ray" and "Indian", iusl imagine Thai lime has relapsed lilly years. The virile bloomer-clad alhleies in The slrilcing pholo be- low comprise +he i894 A. l-l. S. ioolball squad. This same group mighl be seen wallcing lhe halls Jroday along wilh lhe gay blades on Jrhe nexi page- apparenlly unaged. No, ihey haven'+ discovered lhe lounlain ol youlrh. Remember Jrhai i+'s only imagining, and lhese piclures are l944's reasonable lacimiles ol real scenes in l894. F:c'ball Squad 2: l 9 -- 5 msgs- s.. - , ss .A ix E 3 my 3 f X4 bf' , 38 s 4, I 9' WX Students Arrive -l-o Start Familiar Grind ATTer closing his loclcer door wiTh some diTTiculTy, The sTudenT is ready To make his morning rounds oT The halls, perhaps sTopping To conducT a lengThy discussion wiTh some oT his Tellow inmaTes. These Tallcs are oTTen TascinaTing To The exTenT ThaT Their parTicipanTs conTinue happily Through The 8:I0 warning bell and so are rudely shocked when The Tinal bell rings aT 8:l5. No doubT many speed records have been seT by Al-TS sTuclenTs while dashing To home room in order To be in Their seaTs beTore The 8: I 5 blares iTs lasT racious noTe. WiTh luck iT can be done or The alTernaTe plan oT sTealThily slipping To one's seaT wiThouT being spoTTed by The gimleT eye oT The home room Teacher can be resorTed To wiTh varying degrees oT success. 1- , FW arf: W3 1' ln home room by hoolc or croolc, The Typical sTudenT relaxes aTTer The sTrenuous eTTorT and lisTens wiTh dubious aTTenTion To The daily announcemenTs made by Princi- pal PorTer. Home room acTiviTies vary wiTh The days oT The week and are popular according To Their naTure. The sale oT war sTamps and bonds by The home hoom rep- resenTaTive oT The war eTTorTs commiTTee are an imporTanT TeaTure on Mondays and Fridays. OTher acTiviTies are subiecT elec- Tion near The close oT each semesTer, and The voTing Tor class oTTicers and sTudenT council members. The rouTine-weary sTu- denT usually welcomes The chance To aT- Tend club meeTings and regards Friday's "X-Ray" as a brighT spoT in The weelc. I.aTe Again Announc T W ix Every oTher Wednesday's home room periods are The mosT enioyable oT all, Tor on These days- The sTudenTs leave home room To aTTend convocaTions in The gym- nasium. The average A. l-l. S.'er enioys The semi-annual sTudenT TalenT programs and siTs happily Through The longer convos which mean shorTer morning class periods. No maTTer whaT The program has been. The sTudenT always views wiTh apprehen- sion The close oT The convo and leaves re- lucTanTly Tor his clases To begin The day's sTudies. ThaT morning sTomach growl Tamiliar To l"lomeroom Stamp Salesi. Bonds For Bombs! all A. H. S. sTudenTs, heralds The approach oT The noon hour.lT The sTudenT eaTs aT The candy sTand which is diTTiculT because oT The congesTion There, he musT speed mad- ly To be among The TirsT To arrive There or gradually plow Through a solid mass oT his Tellow sTudenTs unTil, wiTh perseverance. he reaches The counTer. Spending The lunch period Time noT occ- upied by eaTing is, happily, no longer a problem To The A. l-l. Sfer who is privi- leged To relax aT games or iiTTerbug To The iuke box Tunes aT The Club Tom Tom be- Tore going baclc To school. ATTe-nding ConvocaTi Tyr O I Firstfkid Daily Schedule Starts---Amd So To Work l.eaving oTT merrymalqing To resume The ball and chain is doubTless a TesT oT The A. l-l. S. sTudenTs' meTTle, buT The maioriTy survive. AT any raTe, aTTernoon classes are irregular in The sping. The iunior-sen- ior inTerclass conTesTs are held on spring aTTernoons and spring aThleTic evenTs are annual occurences. An occasional circus or special movie helps lceep The spring- Teverish scholar on The sTraighT and nar- row. SorneThing new To The regular run oT classes which were added aT A. l-l. S. This year, were The honor sTudy halls. The sTu- denTs assigned To These sTudy halls are Tree Trorn The resTrainT oT The presence oT a TaculTy supervisor, buT are honor-bound To good conducT and presided over by one oT Their Tellow sTudenTs, Knowing ThaT The success or Tailure oT This proiecT de- pended on Themselves, The sTudenTs re- sponded To The plan admirably and dise proved by Their orderly behavior early doubTlul prophecies. Class Over AHS-2:5 Cluiclly Leave Srhcicl STudenTs Supe l-lonor sTudy halls have Their virTues- buT even They Tail To conTend wirh The glamour oT The 3:30 bell. ATTer a dash To The loclcers and possibly To The library, The gushes oT sTudenTs erupTing Trom The building Thin To a sTream and down To a Triclcle Till soon The lasT sTraggler is gone. Some oT The biggesT changes, noTicible especially among high school sTudenTs, beTween The days beTore The war and The presonT Time- have been Tound in The cus- Tornary daTes beTween The Tellows and girls. l3irsT and ToremosT, There are Tewer daTes To be had. As has been widely no- A l-lonor STudy l-l Typical School Day Qvcr Ted already, The scarciTy oT available manpower has aTTecTed The girls The hard- esT. One TacT has come To The rescue oT The Teminine populaTion, however, wiTh The dawn oT T944 and ThaT is Leap Year. The girls now have a reasonably good excuse Tor "popping The guesTion"---asking Tor a daTe, oT course---and have done iT more Than once. This siTuaTion would probably have shocked Those TiTTy years ago, buT Times do change. ln addiTion, They would never imagine going To a movie or Taking an auTomobile drive To a nearby ciTy Tor en- TerTainmenT. FaTher's only worry was a- bouT a "Jack" and a "Jill" in a horsedrawn buggy. Many daTes were parlor aTTairs including noT only The inTeresTed couple, buT also an inTeresTed Tamily. As a maTTer oT TacT, Though, iT iusT mighT be ThaT TransporTaTion diTTiculTies are reviving or enTorcing These sTay-aT home dares once again. The comedy oT such a siTuaTion can readily be seen, and was, wiTh The resulT ThaT a I944 war-Time daTe series was ThoughT ouT and porTray- ed, being produced herein. The TirsT sTep involved, oT course, was ThaT oT making The daTe. ln This case The Tellow, acTed ouT by Bob Fowler, asked The girl personiTied in Sally Berry, To spend The evening wiTh him in her home. Yes, iT's a sad seT-up, buT whaT could The poor girl do buT accepT, even knowing whaT a home-loving group her Tamily .... noT really her Tamily .... proTessed To be. The nighT oT The daTe- in TacT, would no doubT prove how very home-loving They really were. in Y i-1 Ydgif STucles Board Busses Bob arrived aT Sally's home .... noT really her home .... and was meT by Sally and BroTher Bill. CurosiTy and inTeresT simply could noT be hidden Trom The Time oT The inTroducTion. The Tamily all gaThered round To lisTen To Bob's accounT oT him- selT which he presenTed nobly Tor he real- ized ThaT a more aTTenTive audience could noT be creaTed. AT lengTh, MoTher and Dad, having approved oT Sally's young man, reTired wiTh The same suggesTion To young Bill. The laTTer, however, was wonT To give up his vesTed inTeresTs so easily, unTil Bob Tinanced his disappearance. ATTor ThaT .... well, a boy and a girl siT- Ting in TronT oT a Tire on The TradiTional, buT noT Too pracTical, love seaT is explan- aTion enough. All good Things do come To an end, however, and in This case, Dad saw To ThaT. As Tar as he was concerned- mid- nighT was The "zero" hour. 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The TirsT convo oT The year TeaTured Two greaT evenTs--presenTaTion oT The new TaculTy members and STudenT Council represenTaTives Tor The presenT year.Four new insTrucTors were added To The sTaTTq Miss BeTTy LamberT, Physical EducaTion DeparTmenTg Mrs. MargareT Cleveland' l-lome Economics DeparTmenTg Mrs. Will- adean SchoTield, Social STudies DeparT- menTg and John Finney. also in The Social STudies De1oarTmenT. Ralph Boyd, aTTer being released Trom The army. again re- ioined The Teaching Torce. Each home room is represenTed in STu- denT Council. A greaT year's work has been concluded This weelc. May nexT year's eTTorTs do as much Tor The democ- racy oT A. l-l. S. as has This year's. "RepeaT ATTer Me" IOUS S ' I I YWVA-Al, Q -22971 l ' 1 , Q -413.-af.. i i ,rl i l A i ti Y N K . ,ly ' X-Ray Subsclipl l 5' il Brealc All R d 'llue X-Ray subscrifpion goal for fluis year was 85 per cenf of flue enrollmenf, buf sfudenfs wenf over flue fop wiflu an 86 per cenf. Gnly fliree sfudenfs ouf of flue Senior class didn'f subscribeg nafural- ly flie Seniors won. Miglif if be added fliaf appreciafion wenf fo flue X-Ray sfaff for 25 issues of fine reading. Have a "bunny"? Several famed rab- bifs were given fo flue assisfanfs of magi- cian guesf, Jimmy Trimble, af an early convo. Unanswered oguesfions raised flue eyebrows of flue Al-lS sfudenf body as liis leafs. lznown only fo flue spirifual world, luold flueir affenfion. Dramafisfs Open Season Also long fluis sfage producfion line was flue Gpen l-louse play "l.efs Go Some- wlueref' A fliree-acf comedy, fluis produc- fion sfarfed flie Dramafic Club's season off wiflu a bang! "Somefluing new luas been added"---no, if isn'f apple Honey, if's flue new luonor sfudy luall idea, Amazing resulfs were drawn from flue experimenf lueld in 207 flue firsf semesfer. Nof only was flue firsf sfudy luall supervised by Marian Ganadayi a success buf since fluen fluree more luave been added. Again flue fafal morn of flue Sfudenf lalenf Program refurned, and flue enfire scliool ioined in applause in appreciafion for flue exposure of liome fown falenf. As can be recalled, Jolinny Barber WGS fhe masfer-of-ceremonies and sfore-keeper of "'l'lie Music Sliop." Vocals were presenfed by Anna Pancol. Carglyn Darwin and Bob l-lall: Dewey Kirkland, Kenny Bramming, and Jim Wluif- alcer composed a frio. A guarfef made up of lma Jean Marfindale, Gene Fisluer. Jaclc Toombsi and Gene Simmons pre- senfed "Girl of My Dre6VY1S- Magician Mysfifies Af Convocafion Bob Glazer played flue violin, Tom Bul- en, Marilyn Dollens and Adrienne Sfew- arf masfered flue piano. Joanne and Marf Norfon presenfed a slqif called "l'm Tired of Waifing." D'Alice Coburn presenfed a reading: Bob Heine- man fap danced: and Elnora Badger and Gene Wampole gave a display of ball- room dancing. Sister and Brother Give Out All toes were tapping when Jaclc Daven- port, Bobby Williams, Johnny Barber and Jack Green gave out with a bit ot that sweet "iive." So ended the tirst student talent program. The iuniors voted purple and white as class colors' and ordered sweaters accord- ingly. Principal Stanley Porter was elected president ot the North Central Conter- ence Athletic Association at the annual tall meeting in Indianapolis. A beautitul and impressive Armistice Day Program was held last November Students Pcrlorm Crazy Antics Illh. Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, music in- structor, sang "Trees" and Janice lv1cArt sang "My Buddy." Kenny Bramming read Kipling's "Recessional," Gene Fisher read "In Flander's Field," and Louise Flanders gave the answer. Neal Petry and Richard l-lamilton played an accordian and marim- ba duet. G. I. Photos On Display On the south landing ot the main build- ing, stood a servicemen's display consist- ing ot names and pictures ot Anderson l-ligh School students and graduates who are now in the armed service. There were seventeen gold star names listed there and hundreds ot others. Betore "King Basketball" assumed the throne, tour new yell leaders were elect- ed---all boys, too. Jaclc Toombs- Bill Soud- ers, Bill Fdgeman and Bob Graham made up the quartet. Along with the Indian, Elmer lvlalaguerra, they did a marvelous iob cheering us to the State. "Lay That Pistol Dow B be" Qldzer "SqUQ5,k5" 1.1. 1 , W1 - 25' XWQ NHUQSQN f 7 4' Q Z!! f Z . HIGH SCHED!-1 "Pin-Up Boys"' Corner Every day linds one name sublracled lrom lhe Senior Class Lisl. The Army, Navy, and Marines are gelling more lhan lheir share ol Anderson youlh. This year marked lhe Golden Anniver- sary ol lhe X-Ray. A special eighl-page edilion was prinled and dislribuled al Chrislmas lime. Nol always has il been called lhe X-Rayg lor len years belore il received lhal name il was called lhe An- derson l-ligh School Journal. Annuals and X-Rays were collecled lor nearly all lhe SO years so malerial could be oblained lor lhe special issue. l-lere's hoping lhal in lilly more years we'll lind lhe X-Ray slill going slrong. The American Youlh Foundalion again honored Anderson l-ligh by sending Marie ll-loracel Shaver and T. Audrey lShorlyl Morse lor a weelc lasl November. Variely was added lo lhe program since lhis year lealured personal inlerviews where as lasl year discussions cenlered in groups. Personalily gueslionaires were given lo each person who wished an inlerview, lhus giving "Horace" and "Shorly" a basis on which lo worlf. The American Youlh Foun- dalion slrives lor personalily develop- menli leadership lraining, and vocalional guidance lhrough lheir programs ol bal- anced living. "Shun" Muse --Xdviwe "Horace" Shaver Queries -L L, .. LasT year Gene Fisher, Mary Lou Mc- Lain, BeTTy PeTers, Lelia Wilson, Mariorie SmiTh Louise Flanders, Irma Rinlcer, Ro- berTa Nevis, RuTh Brinduse, Janice Mc- ArT, and Carolyn Darwin were chosen To spend a weelc aT beauTiTul Camp Mini- wanca on The banlc oT Lalqe Michigan. "The All-American Jonses" an oper- eTTa supporTing an all-american casT, con- sisTing oT AniTra Lynch, Carolyn Darwin, Eleanor FrosT, Jack Toombs, and Gene Fisher wiTh Marian Canaday as Their ac- companisT was a huge success. The ploT concerned a Typical Ameri- can Tamily wanTing To do someThing Tor The war eTTorT. Pa Jones Jaclc Toombs. ioined The army: Ma Jones, AniTra Lynch, goT a iob in a deTence planT while Johnny and Sue, Their children, Gene Fisher and Carolyn Darwin, sTayed home and Took care oT The home TronT. Miss Palmer DirecTs OpereTTa This was The TirsT opereTTa To be direcT- ed by AT'lS's vocal music direcTor- Miss Mary RuTh Palmer, in her career as an in sTrucTor in Anderson T-ligh School. As The ChrisTmas spiriT drew To a cli- max. The Choral Club added Their melod- ious sTrains in addiTional enioymenT. They w e r e heard in many convocaTions ThroughouT The year- Too. Seven hundred needy children were a- gain enTerTained aT ChrisTmas by The Fli- Y Club. Over Three hundred dollars was collecTed Trom The line oT dimes and The money was used Tor TreaTs Tor The child- ren. D. A. R. Winner Named The D. A. R. award was again given To a worThy Senior girl. Marian Canaday. Sophomore and Junior Prexy oT The Class oT '44, was chosen To represenT Ander- son l-ligh School in The STaTe and NaTional conTesTs. Again ediTorship oT The X-Ray changed hands, Trom June Allen To BeTTy Lowman. Girls seem To dominaTe in Journalism as mosT recenT ediTors have been oT The Tairer sex. Fleven new members were Talcen inTo Choral Club lasT January, Tor The spring semesTer. The new vocalisTs were: Bill Clem, PaTsy l-lamilTon, Phyllis Pilce, T-lope BixensTine, KeiTh Cochran Joe Wilbur. Mary Prolcos, Wilma WhiTney, RuTh Glo- ver, PaTricia SmiTh, and Gordon ShrouT. "The Winnahl" During The naTional conTesT To selecT a girl To sing as Snow WhiTe, Three girls Tried ouT Trorn Ander- son. GuT oT The Three June FasTman repre- senTed Anderson. CongraTulaTions are in order Tor June who came in second in The STaTe conTesT. AT The De Molay SweeThearT Ball Jo- Anne Busby. Junior TQGQUTY, was elecfed sweeThearT oT The ball. She was elecTed by popular voTe, Trom a halT dozen candid- aTes. All-American Jonesesn Presented By Vocal Department Physlcia P b Lusiiyus Trio WafbWeS "BesT Wishes For Success AT l U., Miss GriTTin." Also in The running line was George Pancol who represenTed Anderson in The Madison CounTy 0raTorical ConTesT--and won! This conTesT, which is sTaTe wide, was sponsored by The American Legion. The RecTor Scholarship oT DePauw Uni- versiTy was won by Jim Collins who spenT The lasT semesTer There. AdvancemenT has been given To Two worThy women, Miss MargareT GriTTin, who was appoinTed as librarian and criTic aT Indiana UniversiTy, and Miss Bess Day, who Toolc her place in Anderson l-ligh. BeTore coming inTo our Tolds, Miss Day was The CenTral Junior l-ligh School librar- ian. As all will agree, she has done her iob well, noT only in supplying new meThods in The library, buT also by giving her assis- Tance whenever needed. AT The beginning oT The spring semesTer The seniors sTarTed on Their lasT lap, while a couple hundred Treshmen iusT goT sTarT- ed on The run. As usual, Mrs. Marjorie Aus- Tin burned a loT oT midnighT oil, geTTing all The spring programs TogeTher. PuTTing Tinishing Touches on The senior averages and lisTs keeps her busy even unTil The lasT Tew days. Cne oT The mosT enTerTaining convos oT The year was The program given by The DramaTic Club. The Play "And Srill The Villian Pursued l-ler," was unusual since iT consisTed oT Two casTs. iOne was a voice casT and The oTher an acTing casT, boTh co-ordinaTed very well under The direc- Tion oT Ralph Boyd, head oT The Speech DeparTmenT. f'Ei'f4u6I4W7? .f. ' 'H-P'X'?' ' ii E 73175: :am v H f Only i 179 Mm- To es, Mrs, Anslin! Basketball Creates Enthusiasm Among AHS Students During the tirst week ot the new semes- ter came the list ot those master-minds who made all A's in at least tull credit sub- iects during the tirst term: IB---D'Alice Coburn, Donald Kendrick, Betty Peters, Adrienne Stewart, Pat Stew- ri"i", E' 'E art, l-lelen Wilson, Pauline Cochran, Rachel Mathew. 2B ---Charles Lacey, Clyde Steckel, Eleanor Todd, Patty Ryan, Ross Michel, Mary Prokas, Charles Nichols. 2A---Betty Stone, Claris Ann Byrum. 3B---Betty Moore, Neal Petry, Barbara Riggs, Jack Burton, Joanna I-leiney, Wen- dell l-loward, Thom Gephardt, Eileen Gil- rnore, Eileen Hahn, Don Deena Eleenor, Maribeth Munson, t-lelen Roberts, l-low- ard Landon, Wilma Wilborn. 3A---Roberta Nevis. 4B---Doris Bowser, Mariorie Wheat, Joan Kessler, Robert Morse, Marilyn Mul- vihill, Emma Jean Nunley, Joan Dietzen, Barbara l-lellert, Jean Stottlemeyer. 4A---Mary Lou McClain. .45 .7 57 L ll iii ME' OO. S . The tirst tourney pep-session was guite a success, it seems the Indian tound his mate, none other than brunette song- stressf Janice McArt. As his new sguaw, Janice takes her place in Anderson tradi- tion. Erankie Scampmorte added an extra touch by whooping it up in papoose style. To tide us through the Sectional, several warriors showed their strength in handling all opponents to a speedy deteat. Atte the Semi-tinal game, convention was thrown to the side and hugh bon-tires were built in down town streets to expose Indian patriotism. This swarm ot young supermen land womenl soon landed in Athletic Park atter snake-lining down Mer- idian. A huge congregation ot tear-stained people met in the l-ligh School Gymnas- ium three weeks atter the Sectional. It was one tine way ot welcoming the team back home. "Nationally advertised as in "Look".... in years to come you'll look back and won- der how that ever happened. It was this way, Bob Lavitt, photographer, and Erank Graham- sports editor ot "Look", were given the assignment ot gathering mater- ial on a typical basketball city, so they chose Anderson .... and isn't it? Pictures were taken ot the cheering section' the hangout, the team in action and individ- ual pictures ot the team. The issue came out on March 2 lst. 1 -Q" x or ME l'lardvvood Season Reaches Climax The annual all-day celebraTion aTTer The close oT baslceTball season sTarTed oTT wiTh an all-school c:onvoeaTion, honoring The baslceTball boys. LeTTers were presenT- ed To all varsiTy members, and baslceTball emblems were presenTed To Papoose players. For The lasT Time The Tour yell leaders perTormed Their anTics and The gym vibraTed wiTh paTrioTism and loyalTy. BoTh shows were open and Tilled. Even The war didn'T inTerTere wiTh The celebra- Tion This year. Jive Sessions Popular BoTh The girl's gym and The audiTorium were used Tor dancing. A niekelodeon Turnished The "iive". Soon aTTer The dance The Tamous "will be" and 'has been" bas- lceTball game was held. As expeeTed The "has beensu Took all honors. A day aTTer The eelebraTion, Bill l-Toward, who was eleeTed honorary c:apTain oT The Team, leTT Tor The Navy. This week sTudenTs will Tind Joe Anderson singing "l'm in The Army now . . . " along wiTh mosT oT The oTher senior boys. "Te Me They Will Always Be Champions" : fl 13" ,ff-751' 'Ti'??3Y'isZ5 H'. I f -s g ' -I Q . iii 'f ,PQ 1 , l fs " id . ' 'Y W si 1 vi Wx- agffzkrixi Spring Student Talent Program proves Entertaining Under the tine direction ot two wolves, .loe Coolc, and Barney Cochran, masters- ot-ceremonies, the second student talent program toolc place. Sixteen acts were teaturedg Bill Nett "beat it out" with a little "boogie" and quite a tew vocal sel- ections were given, Don Richardson, a graduate ot A. l-l. S.. now in the Army, sang "Night and Day" and "The Song ot the Open Road". A trio, the Bixenstine duet, Joyce Stone, l-tildred Tarvin, Ray Malone, and Anitra Lynch also sang. Two readings were given, both about baseball, one by Florence Porges and the other by Bob l-lall. Classics Awakened Marian Canaday wolce the classics with "Rhapsody in Blue", and an accordian number was given by Ramona Larrabee. Showing some vim and vigorwere Harr- iett Nowlin. dancing and Louis Caplinger and Charles Britton I'-lill, giving tencing tips. Always welcomed were the Daven- port toursome, including Jack. Bobby Williams, Jack C-Breen, and Johnny Barber. Richard l-lamilton led a band which played "Crazy Rhythm" with plenty ot oomph. At last Anderson has its new Recrea- tion l-tall, commonly lcnow as The Club Tom Tom. Above the l-lerald building most A. H. S. students can be tound most all the time. The tountain provides the retreshments- the iuke-box the music, and the games and dancing the tun. At the head ot the center is Elmo l-lawlcins, assistant pastor ot the First Methodist Church. Games ot all types are 'in use, in- cluded are shuttle board, cards, chess, checlcers, and most any game you would choose. This is the tirst time Anderson has had a place tor high school students to dance and spend a decent evening and yet be- long entirely to them. lt was a little late in opening, because a tire escape had to be tinished betore the grand debut, but the premier was magniticent and the entire idea is wholly a success. E5 3.-.-Nan' Boogie-Wsogie Ciao Clap' Harmony rfg"-Szpranc' Baritore' Casey: Gershwin ll !! Students, Dream Comes True In Club Tom -I-Om E T p . M'ddl -G ly. B H 9 'fi' Q 26 Move Started By X-Ray and Student Council fx Top-Missa . Middle-Move. Bftttorn-HPUO! f Senior Class Talent Displayed ln Qutvvard Bound The mysTiTying Senior Class play l4epT people Talking Tor days aTTerward. "OuT- ward Bound" a play ThaT Toolc London by sTormi did likewise To Anderson High. The ploT included nine characTers, porTrayed Norma WyanT, Bob Zerlrle, Jaclc Daven- porT, Gene Wampole, Ed BixensTine, Bob Hall and Johnny Barber. Heaven or Hell? A sTrange company oT shipmaTes, mys- TiTied by a sTrange oppressive Teeling oT unrealiTy and uncerTainTy, suddenly real- ized ThaT each oT Them was dead. Their ship, unguided and wiThouT lighTs, was noiselessly gliding across The River STyx and when one oT The members in Terror guesTioned "Are we bound Tor heaven or hell? "The answer was "BoTh--iT's The same you lcnowf' The climax was very consoling, however, when boTh The lovers came bacla To earTh. Ralph Boyd direcTed The pro- cTucTion. The CommencemenT spealcers, chosen by a group oT TaculTy members, are Mare ilyn Rhodes Louise Flanders, George Pan- col, and Don Taylor. Tomorrow evening They will show Their oraTorical abiliTy, which will aid in a beTTer posT-war world. Prom Queen Chosen Senior Weelc is speedily coming To a close, however The seniors are geTTing more sleep Than did lasT year's graduaTes. The spree was sTarTed by giving The Jun- iors Their Tling, The Annual Junior-Senior Prom., BeauTiTul Jo Anne Busby reigned over The aTTairi and This year also over The Big Ten Conference, Too, aTTended by Joanna Heiney, BeTTy Lou Williams. She was crowned by lasT yoar's queen, Barbara Cleaver. nf 9XX 'ff 4' f XXQQ, ,fx X fxNXP5'Wf fX f of XX wQ f 1X ff f X7 A, f fwf ff Z f wf y f W W X WX7 Z 1 Lf, Q X nf , QW' f 'Zikii QQ' ,, ' 'fxixg 71 N621 : ,, ' , riff -Jzgwf 3: A X X Of, I Z f 'WP-fn y Z , W, Aww M f W Z 2 Z f .J W r f Z , f V Y , V ,, M 2, "U4fefW rf W y fn! 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AN. , s.. , s- A 395 an I 4 i '- ff .rw '- fu-v ,,.,v -9,131 4 , . JA ffyff ff f f Vffw, - X' , 'lm . M ,Jf si PRINCIPAL SMUNQ, Pfiwicr SUPERINTENDENT A. R. Clwadd Sfxl-IOOL BOARD I "EducaTionally speaking we are living IU a period when one cycle is closing and anoTher is opening. Like all new cycles we rnusT enTer This one wiTh cauTion and deT- iniTe precision. Our youTh musT be Trained in many new TundamenTals To Take Their places in This ever-changing world. Our curriculum will undergo changes rapidly in The immediaTe years To Tollow and our board oT School TrusTees is insisTing ThaT our schools keep abreasT oT The Times," sTaTed SuperinTendenT Archie R. Chadd. Mr. Chadd's TirsT year as superinTend- enT has leTT him wiTh varied impressions. l-lis TinesT experience came Trom working wiTh parenTs and sTudenTs as well as Teach- ers. l-le has discovered ThaT varied inci- denTs and associaTions oT his Term as Di- recTor oT Physical EducaTion oT The School CiTy and coach have been relaTive To and helpTul To him on many occasions. lOne oT The Theories which has assured STanley PorTer's success as principal oT Anderson High School is his belieT in a- ,AW ww warding crediT To all TacTors concerned in any achievemenT. ln order To inviTe ac- complishmenTs, Mr. PorTer encourages provision oT as many acTiviTies in The school as condiTions will permiT. VirTually all The principal's waking hours are spenT in planning and discussion wiTh oTher school men on whaT lies behind The smooTh TuncTioning oT The high school. A primary acTiviTy oT The School Board This year has been The purchasing oT new properTies on TwelTTh and ThirTeenTh sTreeTs To be used Tor a TuTure building program. A new Teacher's salary schedule and sTipulaTions To be in eTTecT sTarTing wiTh The school year oT IQ44-45 was granT- ed. Also during This year, The sale oT The Main STreeT school was negoTiaTed. Members oT The Board This year are Glen lvl. Rogers, presidenT, lvlrs. Clara lvlaTThews, secreTary- Noland WrighT, Treasurer, FousT Childers and l-loward Earl. L Q DEAIXIS .5 .. V, ,,f-as-,,' ' ,wgfg X 5 av aw .1 Eawmzff I Ay .,A. , f "I Thinlc anyone would have To be crazy To enioy This iob, buT I Iilce iT," which meaningTuI sTaTemenT Trom Dean oT Girls Mignon Anderson leaves Ii++Ie To be said. "INIineTy-nine per cenT oT The girls are grand," sTaTed The Dean. In The oTher one per cenT are girls who groom in public: buT she regards AI'IS girls well-groomed in general. More speciTicaIIy The Dean ad- mired The girls' hair and cIoThes. Sewing, gardening, and Tishing aT her coTTage claim The Dean's rare leisure Time. Vlfhen she arrends movies, she enioys Spencer 'Iracy in his Typical movies, Greer Garson, MargareT O'Brieni and Irene Dunne. Miss Anderson's reading TasTes cenTer gg al .,- A .AAHIGN-M.,M 1+ ww in human inTeresT sToriesg in eaTing "aII Tood ThaT's good Tor me." BeTore assuming The posT oT Dean df Girls on April I9, I943, Miss Anderson TaughT in The Foods DeparTmenT Tor Three and one-haIT years, during which Time, Through her inTIuence, The new I4iTchen was insTaIIed. The Dean TaughT aT Culver I-Iigh School beTore coming here. She received her MasTer oT Science degree in VocaTionaI IfducaTion aT Iowa STaTe College, her A. B. Trom ManchesTer College, and is a graduaTe oT ManchesTer College Acad- emy. Miss Anderson is a member oT The A. A. U. W., InTerior DecoraTing Club, and The STaTe Dean's AssociaTion. Q, Some-fhing old: somefhing new, some- fhing borrowed: sornefhing blue. Somefhing old: an excuse, sornefhing borrowed: a fafher's signafureg somefhing new and blue: an absenfee slip. Nof only are fhere whife, yellow and pinlc slips in fhe Boys' Deans' Offices, buf now fhey also have blue slips fo give fo fhe unsuspecfing sfudenf. These slips, however, are nof fo be dreaded, for fhey are only issued when a sfudenf has offical business oufside of school. ZW f on 4 'g,,w X X ,-N-...,c,,.,f' nwifmdf The insfallafion of fhese blue excuse slips was iusf one of fhe changes which foolq place in fhe Deans' Offices. During fhe year, l.eo Sanders, dean of boys accumulafed maferial for perrnanenf affendance record cards for every boy in school. These cards confain fhe corn- plefe four-year record of each boy, good or bad. The Lincoln Sfreef dean's office, under fhe olirecfion of l-loward Lindsey, is work- ing wifh Dean Sanders' office. XP ENGLISI-I WiTh only IB Teachers in The English deparTmenT, and around I525 sTudenTs Taking some English course every semes- Ter, The Teachers really had Their hands Tull during The pasT year, however, They managed well under The able direcTion oT C. I-I. McClure. The courses which are oTTered in This deparTmenT are: Senior ComposiTion, Junior ComposiTion, English and Ameri- can LiTeraTure, Advanced Grammar- 2A, 2B, IA, and IB English, Speech, Drama- Tics, CreaTive WriTing, I.aboraTory Re- medial English, Advanced I.aboraTory English Magazine Reading, General Lab- oraTory English, World LiTeraTure, Ad- vanced Reading and INIewswriTing, a sub- iecT TaughT in connecTion wiTh The X-Ray, The school paper. Several changes were made in The En- glish DeparTmenT during The year, buT The mosT imporTanT was The change in TexT boolcs. This TexT is The STaTe I-Iigh School Course in STudy in English. The deparT- menT plans To use The TexT Tor The nexT Tive years. AnoTher change was The reducTion oT The ,American and English I.iTeraTure clas- ses Trom Two-semesTer courses To one- semesTer courses. This change was made because oT The irreguIariTy oT The TexT boolcs. A Tormer plan was Tried again in The Applied and Technical English courses un- der The guidance oT Carl Bonge and Paul Bergevin. This plan consisTed oT combin- ing The boys and girls classes as They used To be insTead oT separaTing Them. In addiTion, during The monTh oT April, Miss Mary ETheI ThursTon was busy giving The new IB boys and girls The STanTord Reading TesT which is commonly given To all The incoming Treshmen. B yd Eu-'E "' fl T p M Mae Henry, Mrs. I-lelen PresTon, Ralph o , M EsTher I-loslcins, B IT Mrs. Evelyn Grahame, Miss Pauline Day, Mrs. g eriTe Hale, Mrs. I-lelen I-lu es, fl"1." if gh Below-Class in Magazine Reading E fi... f7fKyfW7u '." Q-44' VYAMWF' www I V 4529 L A, 55? ,K f . 'jf Zfwfz ,1,, , 'Q' WW-1-, ' 3 S' . 4A American As a resulT oT ever-changing was con- diTions, The social sTudies deparTmenT has undergone numerous changes in order To emphasize The imporTance oT The sTudy oT currenT evenTs and war news and To beTTer TiT The sTudenT To inTerpreT The news Tor himselT. Nearly all classes in This deparTmenT have devoTed aT leasT one day during The weelc To discussions oT currenT and domes- Tic news. Many classes have employed addiTional reading maTerial including magazines, currenT evenT summaries plan- ned Tor sTudenT use, and boolcs on world poliTics. OTher hisTory maTerial has been TaughT wiTh The purpose oT providing a baclcground Tor presenT-day develop- menTs, enabling The sTudenT To under- sTand The presenT and TuTure in lighT oT pasT evenTs. For The TirsT Time in recenT years' sTu- denT enrollmenT has necessiTaTed The SQCIAI. STUDIES Teaching oT Tour courses in geography whereas a maximum oT Three had been on The curriculum beTore. These Tour geog- raphy courses cover lNlorTh America, Asia, I.aTin America, and Europe. ln addiTion, plans were ouTlined during The year Tor The inTroducTion oT a new course in SepTember: modern naTions. This Tull-year subiecT will eliminaTe ancienT hisTory and will provide The sTudenT wiTh only recenT evenTs in The principal counT- ries oT The world. IT will be included in The reguirmenTs oT The general, vocaTional home economics, and business educaTion courses. College preparaTory enrollees will conTinue wiTh regular Treshman world hisTory worlc. Special inTeresT during The year was shown in The American problems classes in which The pupil sTudies and discusses The orgin and possible soluTions oT To- day's social and economic problems. These classes have also discussed in- TernaTional relaTions and posTwar adiusT- menTs, and because oT consTanT changes in war condiTions, The course has been subiecT To consTanT revision. One such class won The aTTenTion and commendaTion oT Dr. George W. Crane, George Davis, Merrill CoTTin, Mrs. Ella Goss, Mrs. Vvillodenn Sfholield """"""--.. ,.,,.,,. J ,,,,, -V f ,.',,f I lv' widely-lcnown physician, aufhor, colum- nisf, psychologisf and feacher who prais- ed fhe progressive policies of such a program of sfudy. Courses offered in fhe social sfudies deparfmenf in addifion fo fhe aforemen- fioned, are civics, economics, Unifed Sfafes hisfory. modern European hisfory. This year has seen fhe addifion of four members fo fhe deparfmenf. These in- clude John Finney, Mrs. Esfher Reel Buchanan who resumed her worlc following a leave of absece, Miss Alice C. l-ligman who has been fransferred from fhe Eng- lish deparfmenf, and Mrs. Willodeane Schofield who had previously acfed as a subsfifufe in social sfudies worlc. Above-O, L, Springer, Miss Alice l-ligman, John Cinney, Miss Virginia Lindsfrom. Cenfer-Miss Lois Long, J, J. Bailey, Ray Fleenor, Arfhur Shirev. Belox-.1Wi3rld Hisfory Class I f Q Z f f 6 JZ .V ,7 S lvl Wl Bly llvl lvlyhl ply Advnnred Applied Design Class ART The lronl hall ol Al-lS is prool lhal lhe Arl Deparlmenl is harboring some lalen- led arlisls. This deparlmenl has conlribu- led much lo lhe cheerful environmenl of Jrhe school by sponsoring several hall dis- plays This year. New lhis year is lhe goal Thai was ser lor lhese ambilious sludenls. I+ is lhe arl "A" for Achievemenl. This is a handsome "A" backed by lhe arlisl's lools---brushesl Richard Renccnbergif, l.li3s l.1ary Rulh Palmer H MUSIC Allhough no "A's" were awarded lo members ol lhe Music Deparlmenl, every- one agrees Thar They have had a success- lul year. The band in ils supporl of lhe leam and olher school acliviliesi lhe Choral Club and Glee Clubs in lheir numerous programs, and Jrhe orcheslra have come rhrough wilh flying colors lo a complele season worlhy ol praise. armony Class se- is f' A , U X x FCDREIGN LANGUAGE Foreign language sTudenTs learn The Tull meaning oT The word "sTudy" beTore com- pleTing a single weelc oT language worlc. Under The grueling pace They musT main- Tain, They may experiencc loTs oT head- aches and hearTaches1 buT, neverTheless, a True sense oT accomplishmenT is Theirs also upon successTully compleTing one oT The courses. The Three languages oTTered by Al'lS's Foreign Language DeparTmenT are LaTin, Spanish, and French. Besides acquainTing one wiTh The language iTselT, The sTudy oT one oT These subiecTs also reveals much hisTory oT The people who speak ThaT par- Ticular language and The counTry in which They live. In malcing a suiTable peace wiTh The naTions oT The world, a basic undersTand- ing and abiliTy To communicaTe inTelli- Mrs, Edna WhiTson, Mrs, Geraldine STricl4ler, lvliss Fanni N g Lyman McClinTocl1. genTly wiTh The people oT Those naTions will help immensely. An excellenT aide in These respecTs is The sTudy oT Toreign lan- guages. This deparTmenT noTiciably aids sTu- denTs in The sTudy oT Their own English language by work in consTrucTion and TranslaTion. LaTin- especially, goes hand in hand wiTh The English language and Thus iTs sTudy simpliTies somewhaT The gram- mar in English classes. The Foreign Langu- age DeparTmenT presenTs a challenge. LaTin Class MATHEMATICS Triq CI .A 7. X c .. sy Wanfed: sfudenfs who are inferesfed in an Aeronaufics course. Two years ago, one of fhe new courses which was added fo fhe curriculum of fhe deparfmenf was called Aero- naufics. Many sfudenfs were inferesfed in fhe course and several classes for fhis sfudy fVN Miss Therese Bowen W. l-l, Brinson l-lorberf Miller Mrs. Nedra Denny, Freshman Algebra and General Mafh feacher, leff fhe faculfy of A. l-l. S. fo ioin her husband in fhe armed forces. Mrs. Jusfine Mifchell, foolc her place and carried on in a grand manner. The members of fhe Mafh lllu i l, of aeronaufics were held dur- ing fhe year: however fhe in- feresf seemed fo lag for fhere was iusf one class held fhis pasf year wifh very few sfudenfs in if. This course. and also fhe Refresher Mafh course which was offered fwo years ago, were bofh fwo semesfer courses. The Refresher Mafh was available for fhose who wished fo "brush up" on fhe previous mafh fhey had had. Because of fhis course. many boys were able fo pass fesfs given during fhe year by branches of fhe armed forces. The Mafh Deparfmenf experienced a loss fhis year, buf af fhe same fime a gain. Basil l-losier lflgin Todd Mrs, Nedra Denny Fred E. Weaver Deparfmenf anxiously awaifed fhe arrival of Mr. Carnahan fhe former head of fhe Mafh Depf. of Shorfridge l-Iigh School in lnd- ianapolis and now a field represenfive from Purdue Universify. During his visif, he gave a demonsfrafion concerning mafhemafics for all fhe sfudenfs faking some lcind of Mafh and he also gave a fall4 before fhe faculfy. The plan which was adopfed lasf year, in which fhe Algebra and Geomefry classes devofed half a class period each weelc for fhe review of previous mafh courses' was used again fhis year and wifh much success. iw l is M wx ' .K " 1 ,, 4 ..f,.fff'11 1,19 , My ' ., -, N , ,QW L, ww. ,Km .. .mf ,mf fm , -I Z f M, f v A , ff sk , f -V25 44 , , 5 s Wg 9 f A 'iffffsf M. .. ,. w ,f Af f , ..,. ,. 'Q mb K ,ig ' i , 'Sm 'Z , ' f 5:6511 Q if The Science Deparlmenl ollers lo lhe Anderson I'-ligh School sludenls sciences divided inlo lwo groups---Physical Science and Biological Science headed by B. B. l-lorlon and Jesse Slulsman, respeclively. Mr. Slulsman slaled lhal lhere were approximalely 950 sludenls enrolled in lhe spring courses ol Biological Science which includes Biology, Physiology, Salely Edualion, Advanced Biology l---lhe sludy ol Bolany---and Advanced Biology ll--- lhe sludy ol Zoology. Aside lrom lhe longue-lwisling biolog- ical names given lo animals as small as pin- heds. lhe girls as well as lhe boys are las- cinaled wilh lhe sludy ol planl and ani- mal lile. Their sludies are supplemenled wilh lilms, microscopes. and many preser- ved species. In mosl courses. salely educalion is a one-semesler reguired subiecl. In lhe sale- ly classes lhe sludenls are made almosl uncomlorlably salely conscious---so much so lhal lhey are eager lo learn lhe causes and prevenlion ol accidenls. Six weelcs' lraining in lirsl aid is also included. Each year lhe salely classes are privileged lo hear Mark Brosier, Anderson's Assislanl Fire Chiel. In lhe Physical Science group Chemis- lry, Physics. Advanced Eleclricily, and Household Physics lor girls are ollered. One day may lind lhe sludenls memor- izing brain-leasing lormulas, while lhe nexl day lhey are burning lheir lingers in lhe laboralory or hanging lheir heads oul ol lhe window lor some ol Gods good oxy- gen. Guess why! A lew sludenls in lvlonllorl Barr's phys- ics classes belong lo lhe "Perpelual lvlolion Club" which he lranslales as gel- ling more worl: oul ol a machine lhan is pul inlo il. Clhers belong lo lhe "Blown Fuse Club." B. R. Slewarl says, "A blown luse is a monumonl lo slupidilylu Chemww Physics BUSINESS EDUCATICN The sharp sTaccaTo oT machine-gun Tire issues TorTh Trom room I7 in The basemenT hall oT Al-IS! STudenTs peer cauTiously around The corner oT The door and are surprised To see TorTy heads benT over large red books and nimble Tingers racing over The keys oT numerous TypevvriTers. Yes, These are The Business EducaTion sTudenTs who have enrolled in The Typing course. The reason Tor The indusTrious mo- Tions is The Ten big sTars Tound on The TronT blackboard. Enclosed in These huge sTars are The names oT The Ten speed de- mons oT The Typing classes wiTh Their Top speeds in respecTive order. CompeTiTion Tor This noTable posiTion is greaT, and eager sTudenTs work hard Tor The honor. ShorThand Tollows a close second To Typing and requires quiTe as much indus- Try. T-lundreds oT noTebooks musT be Tilled wiTh The symbols ThaT represenT words and phrases To shorThand sTudenTs. WiTs musT be nimble and Tingers lively To keep up wiTh 90 andlOO-words a minuTe dic- TaTionsg yeT These remarkable TeaTs are perTormed every day in The ShorThand classes. lvlosT remarkable oT Their many asseTs is The abiliTy or ambiTion To learn The hundreds oT brieT Torms, blends, pre- Tixes, and suTTixes. Goals are seT Tor Them, also' buT The chieT one is To earn an "A" on Their reporT cards. llhis is really an aTTainmenTl. 4B Typing Class Bookkeeping Clegg A masler duplicaling machine was in- slalled in lvliss Brown's ollice iusl oll lhe lyping room lhis year lo help relieve lhe lypisls. Malhemalicians can also be lound in lhe Business Educalion Deparlmenl busily working on long columns ol lour place numbers lor income laxl Bookkeeping en- rollees carry huge briel cases conlaining work sels lor corporalions, individuals and privale enlerprises. They worry over bal- ance sheels, adiuslmenls, lransaclions and a lol ol conlusing columns on special ruled paper. Since lhis paper is so hard lo gel. special care is laken lo save all lhal is possible by making each sheel very neal. -lo aid lhem in making neal enlries lhe school has iusl lhis year inslalled new glass lops lor each ol lhe mullilaled desk lops. These lops are a conlinual ioy lo sludenls and leachers. Allhough nol an enlirely enviable iob. lhe issuing ol war ralion book 4 was also aided by lhis deparlmenl's lireless slu- denls. -lhen lhe gasoline and oil ralioning came along lo demand more lime, energy, and palience lrom lhese workers. Donald Bowen, lvlrs. Sarah Pippen, lvlrs, l-laze Among olher dulies ol lhis deparlmenl is lhe daily iob given lo lvliss Kalherine l.. Brown, who is head ol lhe deparlmenl, and her assislanls who are hard-picked and carelully chosen. This iob consisls ol mimeographing lhe daily absenlees and dislribuling lhe lisls lo lhe classes. ln- volved in his duly are collecling lhe re- porls lrom home-rooms early each morning, alphabelizing names and lyping lhe slencil, and making special lisls lor sludenls on excused mission. l Las -.5 1 C 5 QW! 4 , gg V : f ip, . 12,0 33, V ' I M A .. - Q.. M -1':W-.,M :..Wx..."1:'W. - gg- gh fl.. ,.,,,,,.,,,, ,M 4 W- ,...... 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A varieTy Sewing is ff f f Qyigf, .1 V l-ICME ECGNOMICS oT useTul subiecTs are oTTered by This dee parTmenT and are presenTed in many in- TersTing ways. Cooking, Tor insTance. en- ables girls To Tix delicious nuTriTious meals- while in CloThing, They learn To sew skill- Tully and economically. Classes in Child Care, Home Nursing, and Home Furn- ishings oTTer invaluable inTormaTion necesssary To every home-maker. This deparTmenT plays an imporTanT parT in eguiping girls wiTh knowledge essenTial Tor keeing The home Tires burn- ing while loved ones are serving Their counTry. Many girls, who plan careers oTher Than ThaT oT The house- T f. 1 wiTe. sign Tor These subiecTs iw i because They realize ThaT ,gf-5 his They are worTh knowing re- gardless oT one's proTession. V They also see ThaT Training 'yyiy 57 along These lines in Anderr- son l-ligh School is as well- rounded and well-TaughT as Qlll,-li any similar high schooll Q. course in The sTaTe. ' Miss Lamberf, Mr, Swiff, Mr. Cumming March!Iv1arch' M hi EDUCATICDW Under fhe capable leader- ship of a new physica educa- fion feacher, Miss Beffy Lam- perf, fhe girls Physical Fif- ness and Physical Ecucafion classes progressed very suc- cessfully during fhe year. Qnce over lighfy, fhe schedule for fhe girls classes was found fo be as follows: soff pall volley ball, loaslqef pall, soccer and ofher group games. As for fhe boys, under fhe supervision of Clifford Swiff, fhe schedule was much fhe i same wifh fhe excepfion of more sfrenous acfivifies. Onell-wol-lih 'F I Vocational Agriculture For many years boys inferesfed in var- ious phases of agriculfure have been offered fhe opporfunify fo develop fheir inferesfs in Vocafional Agriculfure classes here af A. l-l. S. In addifion fo classes in agriculfural in- sfrucfioni "Ag" sfudenfs parficipafe in confesfs and in fours of agriculfural unifs demonsfrafing pracfical principles which fhey are faughf in fhe classroom. l-l. B. 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The Council, which is a means oT expression Tor The sTudenTs, has had an acTive parT in planning and carrying ouT The school program and in helping To make desirable improvernenTs wiThin The school. This year one oT The mosT ouTsTanding proiecTs which The STudenT Council has had a share has been The Club Tom Tom, Anderson's youTh cenTer Tor high school sTudenTs. WiTh The X-Ray sTaTT, They meT and conTerred wifh The CiTy Council and Row I-EdiTh Morrison, Bob CarTer, Bob Grange-s, Gale Eggman, Harold Wishon, DoroThy Jones, Nolan WlwiTe, Mead Grady, Velda Jane Haynes, KaTherine Carico. Row 2-Elnora Badger, KaTe SmiTh, Bill Souders, Mary Carolyn STurwold, Bob Pavey, AlberTa Mannon, Don VandergriTT, Caroline Buck, Bob Ballinger, Bill Harvey, Marianna Moore. laTer TormulaTed suggesTions Tor The oper- aTion oT The youTh cenTer. The STudenT Assembly represenTaTives were useTul in discussing The proiecT in Their home- rooms. New This year in The curriculum have been The Honor STudy Halls- in which sTu- denT moniTors are in charge. Up To daTe There have been Tour, each convening in room 207. These sTudy halls were made possible by The passing oT a resoluTion in The STudenT Council which was approved by The TaculTy. The sTudenT moniTors in charge were assisTed by discipline com- miTTees composed oT Three members Row 3-Bob Edwards, Wayne Maul, Bob RiTTer, Barbara Spencer, MargareT DenT, Phyllis SheTTerly, Joe Cook, Gene Thompson, Miles Hardy, Neal Bronnenberg, Lloyd Hyndman. Row 4-Donna Lou Greene, Jean Humericlchouse, Wilma Wilborn, Marie WasTel, Don WenTe, Marjorie Harvey, PaT STewarT, Polly Cochran, Lois Evans, Bill Clem. Row 5-Charles Wright Bill Lawler, Ross Michel, Gene Fisher llfxl, Don Wallcer, Bob HamilTon. 'ke I f " :Ya , " .3 . - f-f' '21 ' ' W if X T Pr bara Hanna, BeTTy Lowman, Bob HannaTord Car Broyles, Bob Edwards, Suzanne Marrer, Harry Forse, Mrs. Sarah Pippen, ArThur Shirey, AT Desk-Marian Canaday. FronT row-Lee Handley, David ecup, PaTTy Wier, Barbara Cleaver, MaribeTh Munson, Bar- Second row-Charles W ri g h T, oline Buck, Bob Zerkle, Max l elecTed by each sTudy hall. The moniTor commiTTee rules were re- vised by The STudenT Council so ThaT head moniTors became The sTudenT moniTor commiTTee which discussed and acTed up- on common hall problems. SubscripTions To The magazines, School AcTiviTies and STudenT l.iTe, were purchas- ed by The Council Tor use in The library by Those desiring inTormaTion on sTudenT par- TicipaTion in oTher schools. l.asT Tall, The STudenT Council Took over The TirsT convocaTion during which They conducTed a Tormal and impressive insTallaTion oT members. The oaTh oT oTTice was adminisTered by Principal STanley PorTer. ln years pasT, The STudenT Council was able To secure sTudenT represenTaTion on many major sTanding commiTTees. STu- denTs on These sTudenT-TaculTy commiTTees are appoinTed by The presidenT oT The Ex- ecuTive Council. CommiTTees Are AcTive The War ETTorTs commiTTee was crea- Ted lasT year To Take over all sTamp and bond sales, relieving STudenT Council rep- resenTaTives oT This work. Each home- room now has iTs own War ETTorTs repre- senTaTive. Busy planning The convocaTions duing The year has been The Convoca- Tion CommiTTee. This group has provided sTudenT chairmen Tor all programs. The Social AcTiviTies CommiTTee is responsi- ble Tor enTorcing The social acTiviTies rules. All The Tine pep sessions held This year in The gym have been planned by a commiTTee expressly Tor This purpose. The WelTare CommiTTee has worked on com- mon problems oT The sTudenTs This year. Each oT These groups has iTs own sTudenT and TaculTy chairmen. Two Groups Make Up Council The STudenT Council is divided inTo Two bodies---The STudenT Assembly composed oT home-room represenTaTives. and The ExecuTive Council, made up oT Twelve sTudenTs elecTed by The Assembly Trom The enTire sTudenT body and The class presidenTs. This smaller group musT acT on resoluTions beTore They are voTed on in The Assembly. The oTTicers oT The STudenT Assembly Tor The year were presidenTi Caroline Buckg vice-presidenT, C5erTrude SchmidT3 secreTary, Bob Ballinger: Reading Clerk, Gene Thompson. The Tollowing were The ExecuTive Council oTTicers: presidenT, Marian Canadayg vice-presidenT, Harry Forseg secreTary, Barbara Hannag Treas- urer- BeTTy Lowmang reading clerk, Mari- beTh Munson. The sponsors were ArThur Shirey and lvlrs. Sarah Pippen. Row I-Marian Zedelar, Joan Kessler, Doris Bowser ll'reas.l, Mary Lou McLain lSec'yl, Rulh Ellen Haull lPres.l, Bob Morse lV.-Pres.l, Wilma Slenes, Gerlrude Schmidl, Emma Jean Nunley, Roberla Nevis, Louise Flan- ClFliS Row 2-Miss Margarel Mullendore, Pal Heineman, Shir- ley Allen, Joan Sells, Marjorie Wheal, Marilyn Mulvihill, Maribelh Munson, Don Deena Fleenor, Belly Merrill, Eileene Gilmore, Belly A. Moore, Beverly Beclw, June Allen, Row 3-Mr, Arlhur Shire-y, Suzanne Dyson, Barbara l-ICDNGR SQCIETV Whal organizalion sponsors some ol lhe mosl carelully planned and presenled club programs ol lhe whole year? Ol course--lhe Nalional Honor Sociely in Anderson High School. lndividual club calendars which lisled lhe lime, dales, and lhose in charge ol meelings were prinled and dislribuled lo lhe members ol lhe Honor Sociely lhis year. lhe highlighls ol lhe monlhly meelings included boolc reviews, discussions and debales, educalional leclures given by Pillenger, Virginia Nichol, Johnny Barber, Bob Zerlcle, Margarel Denl, Leila Wilson, Edilh Baker, Alice Taylor, Barbara Riggs, Helen Fenimore, Belly Kramer, Row 4-Jim Collins, Garold Fowler, Donna Green, Eileen Hahn, Anilra Lynch, Jeanne Wealherlord, Jimmy Lee Canlwell, Bill Kopp, Marjorie French, Joan Dielzen, Bill Soulharn. Row 5-Marian Canaday, Neal Pelrv, Genevieve Sargenl, Marilyn Clark, Howard Landon, Roberl' McHenery, Wendell Howard, Wilma Wilborn, Joanna Heiney, Helen Roberls, prominenl local men, and slunl nighl. Al lhe lasl meeling, lhe juniors enlerlained lhe seniors in a larewell parly in lheir honor. Because ol lhe war, lhe meelings have been somewhal slreamlined. This organizalion is lor bolh juniors and seniors ol A. H. S. who have al leasl one-hall "A"averages, nol more lhan one-lourlh Cs- and no D's or F's. Gold Honor pins were ordered lwice in lhe lirsl semesler lor lhose who wished lhem. Miss Margarel Mullendore and Arlhur Shirey sponser lhis sociely, and lheir wise supervision along wilh lhe lriendly cooperalion ol lhe members, has made il a success. Junior Red Cross War Ellen Committee Jr. Red C,-oss Firsf Row-Marc Lane, Joan Bryson, Jacqueline Carmonv, William Souders, Mary Carolyn STur- wold, Donna Greene, lmogene YusT, Clyde STeckel, Virginia EhrhardT, Geor- gia BeneTiel Second Row-Rachel MaTThew, Melba Doris l-larT, Lois Ann Wells, Joan Shan- non, Jimmie Wallace, RuTh Snow, l-lar- old Lewellyn, Jacqueline YusT, Phyllis Carraway, WilTord T-lolloway, Phyllig Richardson Third Row-June WhiTesel, RuTh Thomas, WilTord SmiTh, Phyllis Pearson, Frances Gene Phelps, JoAnn Eosrer, Rose STahl, SuzeTTe ScoTT, Norma Early, FourTh Row-Junior Mills, Marion Col- lins. Juariva Becknell, PaTTy Farlow, BYTE' B551 Joan Kessler, Be++y Dovey, Mariorie Jcres, BeTTv PeTers, Alice Alcins FTTTTI Row-Harry Rousey, Jeane Wea- l i T l f'e"rrd Mrs, T-laze. Lashbroolc, LiTsa Dr' cs fins S'eyens, BefTy MerriTT War ETTorTs CommiTTee Row I-Shirley f,S'a'o:f'e' :dna Vlfelch, Berry Yei- de' Mai, Carolyn STurwold, Doris J-ea' Seiis, Be'+y Lee Kempher, Jean Tdu":', Bum Vlfifey, Rosemary l-lensley, Marilyn LuTe's. Row 2-Paul Wilson, Gene Fisher, Mary Jare Ecwler- Bob Graham, Lucille Di-e+z-er be ores Childers, Joycilie Pear- son Marian ZedeTar, Marilyn Coale, Mary Aice TNe 'ons, PoberT Jarvis. Row 3-Mr. J, J. Bailey, Joan l-ferr, Fcrence S'einer, Bob LeaTherman, Nor- rnan ForTner, Wfarren Rhodes, Jack El- dridge, V-eiTh l-lunT, Bob BaldauT, Bob Morse, Gene Eisher, Richard Harrison. Row 4-Mrs. l-lelen l-lughes, Ramona Ward, MarTha Ann GaunT, RuTh Brin- duse, Eduard Humbles, Joe Shepard. Marjorie l"larve'iy Alma SouThers, Caro- lyn McCarTy, l-larry Eorse. Row 5-Mr. Herman HalleTT, PaTTy Phl- lips, Oleda Calhoun, Gene McMahan, Don lfendriclf, Lawrence CaTT, Richard Zimmerman, lcie Mae BanlcsTon, Ade- line STressel, Mildred GepharT, l-larry Grimes, Charles Nichols, Mr. ArThur Shirey, JUNIOR RED CROSS The Junior Red Cross oT A. l-l. S. has shown iTselT worThy oT iTs disTinguished name. During The year They have spon- sered many be-neTiT drives. Among These as The rnosT ouT- sTanding are The collecTion oT Toys Tor The Day Nursery. making-up and disTribuTion oT ChrisTmas boxes Tor The Tellovvs in The services- and The collecTion oT Tunds Tor The lnTanTile Paralysis drive. They visiTed The blood banlc during The year aand made an observaTion Tour Through iT. They also donaTed S50 To The "Club Tom Tom." WAR EFFORTS Working along The same lines as The Jr. Red Cross OrganizaTion is The War ETTorTs CommiTTee. They have TaiThTully sold bonds and sTambs, TeaTured ambulance drives. and generally made A. l-I. S. war-minded. W i. Juniors labovel: Row I-Mrs. Milchell, Mary Jo Sample Joan Bryson, Rulh Bryson, Rulh Wiley, Mary Jane Fowler Maxine Kidwell, Mary Carolyn Slurwold, Anne Plessinger, Alyce Dew. Row 2-Edith Baler, Gloria Wyclille, Beverly Yorln, Belly Moore, Phyllis Lowry, Pally Phillips, Joyce Smilh, Jac- queline Dig-A-ler. Row 3-Marilyn Bluemlc, Phyllis Branch, Suzelle Scoll, Belly Speedy, Doris Slevens, Sallie Coble, Joann Mayne, "Run boys, runl l'I"s Sadie l-lawlcins Day and lhe girls are on lhe loose." This was iusl one ol lhe many warnings heard on Sadie l-lawlins Day. On lhe eve ol lhis day, lhe luclcless boys who weren'l lasl enough were escorled lo a dance by lhe "Sadie l-lawl4inses", lhe Girl Reserves: however all had a very good lime al lhe Sadie l-lawlqins Dance sponsored by lhe Girl Reserves. Anolher dance was given in February lo lhe lheme ol Valenlines Day1 a semi- lormal dance was also held in April. GIRL Seniors llopl: Row I-Joan Clem, Mai' ian Zedolar, Lisla Prolios, Robcrla Nevis lV.-Prosl, Ice Mae Banlslon lTreas.l. Joan Linville lSec'yl, Shirley Allen lPres.l, lmoline Lamar, Rulh Baldaul, Jacqueline Yales, Mary Jo Tranbarger. Row 2-Rowena LaRue, Ann Waller, June Hawkins, Delores Childers, Anne Lee Miller, Mariella Clemons, Alije Alrins, Palricia McGuire, Edilh Schoon- over, Mary Lou McLain, Marjorie Wheal Adeline Slressel, Edith Hood. Row 3-Marilyn Rhodes, Vivian Rose- berry, Mariorie Smilh, Wanda Tallen, Suzanne Dyson, Barbara Pillengerl, Rally Wilhile, Pal l-leineman, Joan Sells, Delilah Gillespie, Belly JoAnn All, Earlyn Keilh, Belly Jane Risch. Row 4-Joan Miller, Roberla Rlelcher, Joan Kessler, l-lelen Cox, Joan Hollings- worlh, Jo Scampmorle, Virginia Nichol Bellie Jeanne Jarvis, Mary Helen Car- ico, Ralricia Ann Clarlc, Gerlrude Schmidl. Row-5-Jean Slolllemeyer, Wanda Sarn- uels, lrma Rinlcer, Edilh Provence, Pal Durgan, Treva Sloul, Jaclcie Yusl, Mrs. Buch -nan. Susie Marrer, Elwanda Jordan. Row 4-Pauline Shaler, Belly Jeanne Simmons, Belly J. Yeider, Billie Rulh Sisil, Thelma Josephine Dills, Barbara E, Moore, Mary Mousa, Jeanne Anne Wilder, Margarel Duvall, Phyllis Covinglon. Row 5-l-lope Weslriclc, Erma June Jones, Marylene Gos- ling, Janel Roland, Belle Ann Srnilh, Mary Lou Samuels, P lly Lou Williams, Marilyn Clarlc, Phyllis Schneider. Dancing is iusl a lavorile paslime lor lhe Girl Reserves. Al several ol lheir meelings, which were held every Monday, spealcers were presenl. Among lhem were Miss D. Mignon Anderson, Dean ol Girls, who lalled aboul lhe imporlance ol per- sonalilyg Miss Marian Hoover, a beauli- cian, who gave lhe girls many good ideas on how lo be more allracliveg and Rev. George Taggarl, paslor ol lhe Presbyler- ian Church. Under lhe able direclion ol Mrs. Jusline Milchell, Mrs. Eslher Buchanan, Mrs. E er lr-N .an Marfci S'a' ey Polly Cftcran Barcara Srn"n Ra' Srev-farT. Efira Badger Mariarna Mocre, EdiTh M'r"52' Liu PM Parsons. Beferly Judd Mar, Alice Wellons. Row 2-rfarrefre Ca'i:o Jeanne Bucl, Mare Jafe Jirnsrore, Nala King. l-Tele' CZ'1C' Norma Early Ka+hryn Cttee' Be'cara l-'ar' DAlice Co- curr Fires' S'ef.far' Polly Ellen l.cil.'.:C3 Efer Marie Fire, Norma Jear X-arty. Row 3-Pele' lflflzcr MarTha Sue luprrar Cari N Str'-er Lucille Dier- Zer' E'r,l75 Shenerly Virginia STevf0l'T. Befer, Ee-exe' Barbara Gray, June Eqgg, Neff, iflffrrerlirg Phyllis Jones, l-lege Jgyqe T-ladely Marilyn Shrouh Eftrzrez Marer Marf l3aT Rerr-lef, lrrna Jeanre Pnillioa. Row 4-Pyg, H35-5 Srirley Benden. Joa' lflolfinlef, Mary Ann lfnighh ,QEBMQ Pail Evelyn Slinson, Marilyn Qql gg rA,5r,qrIe l-larfef, Nancy Grvbll ,jf EMF Burma, Valle Browning, Mary PA5,rT'5 lDQ.r+9r B9TTf lEllQVl l.lTll9, WSU?- Qgdla, Marie Groves. RESERVES Gene ElberTs, Mrs. ErnesT Mclielvey, and Mrs. Ann Shelby. secreTary oT The Girl Reserves, lovely Tavors were made aT ChrisTmas Time Tor The boys and girls aT The hospiTal. These Tavors, which Thrilled The children, were gay sToclcings Tilled wiTh brighT-colored ChrisTmas candy. One oT The mosT popular proiecTs oT The year wiTh boTh boys and girls, was The sponsoring oT The Co-ed Club dances in Sophomores lbelowl: Row l-Glenda l-lalhcoat lone Sells, Mina, Triclr, Phyllis Long, Doris Jean Sells, Mary Lee Lewellen, Arnelia RuTh Warner, Barbara Sue Spiegal, Ramona Ward, Marv Lou ATwood, Jane Ann Rhyllipsi Row 2-Joan Carmody JoAnn EosTer, Pafricia Shurnan, Sara Miller, Phyllis Sullivan, Phyllis She-eTs, Rcfh Glover, BeTTy Moore, Arlene Gray, Berry l-loTTmasTer, KaThleen Childers, Junice Marrin, Row 3-Be-TTy Dobson, Ann Eaullner, Norma Jean Fox, Nelda Jare l-laxnes, Mary Prolros. Ella Jean l-loard, Je-acne S'rassner, Faro, Srnirh Beverly l-lenderson, Lorene Freshman llower righllz Row l-Lou f l l Tia Vlfarren. ROW 5-,Jew yaulfy-nan, Peggy Poor. Barbara Poor, Phyllis Richardson, Donna Lug Sflqggmgm,-l De-forah Wilson, Mari- lfw Wilggn, Marqorie Adarns, BeTTy Refers, DoroThy l-lalleTT, Rachel MaTThew, Qaffl Veal Marvella CUC. Marilyn The Blue Triangle Room aT The Y. W. C. A. every Friday nighT. AnoTher way The Girl Reserves Tinan- ced Their organizaTion besides These Co- ed dances was The holding oT apple sales in The TronT hall aT school. As a climax To The acTiviTies Tor The year, The Girl Reserves held a MoTher- DaughTer banqueT and also a May brealc- TasT aT The Mounds Parlc. Saunders, Elorone Saunders, Barbara J, Brown, Rhyl Miller, Mildred Gepharl, Row 4-Geraldine EndicoTT, Joyce Bess, PaT Greenland, PaT SmiTh, Barbara WeaTherTord, Jo Ann Sloan, Char- loTTe Bronnenberg, Jo Anne NorTon, Beverly Reynolds, Barbara l.ysT, C 'oria Balmer, Eleanor Todd. Row 5-Barbara l-l, Brown, Marilyn Marsh, Eileen Good- win, BeTTy Gwinn, Norma Briclrer, Alice Lazenly, Jewell Maynard, Beverly June l-luTslar, Ramona Paisley, Marilyn STroclf, Beverly Nelson, Jacqueline Casey, KaTe Smifh, Doris Moorney. l-ll-V "l-lear yel Hear yel l3uT your dimes righT on The line. QuarTers will do nicely, iT you have no dimes." These biTs oT conversaTion were heard one chilly day in December aT The annual T-li-Y Line oT Dimes. DespiTe The raw, damp weaTher, The TaiThTul members oT The l-li-Y Club were in There piTching, or raTher pulling, Tor a very worThy cause, a ChrisTmas parTy Tor The underpriviledged children. The usual "besT dance oT The year" was raTher unusual This year in ThaT The l-li-Y combined Torces wiTh The Torch Hi-Y Row I-Dick Pheanis, MarT NorTon lTreas.l, Jack Davenpod lSec'yl, Jack Williams lPres.l, Bob Morse lV,Pres.l, Bob Bolen lSgT, aT Armsl, Jim WhiTTaker, Johnny Craib, Row 2-Carl Erskine, Bill l,ai.-,len Ward Marianos, cl, D Main, Dean Hall, Charles WrighT, John D, OsTler, Bob E, Baldaur, Dick STuarT. Row 3-Edwin BixensTine, Phil Trainer, John Barber, Club in sponsoring The dance. This Tunc- sion Turned ouT To be The besT aTTended dance in several years. The music Tor The aTTair was Turnished by Don McArT and his orchesTra, The main aTTracTions oT The evening. Many new members were Taken inTo The club making a ToTal oT sixTy boys. The pledges suTTered exTensively aT The pledge dance in The Tall Tor They were deprived oT The privilege To dance Tor one-halT an hour while selling soTT drinks. To wind up The acTiviTies Tor The year, a picnic was held in The spring which was enioyed by all in aTTendance. Jack Toombs, Don Bchlabach, Joe Anderson, Barne. Cochran, Bob Wilcox, Eugene Baylor, Dick Main. Row 4-Mr, Cu l-l, Davis, Raymond Dewey Kirkland Harry Forse, l-larry Frye, Joesph P, Cook, Max Broylesn George Pancol, Richard l-lamilTcn, Dick Williams, Mr, VJ, M. Barr. Row 5-Charles James. Bob HiTTle, Jchn Vaughn, Bob Hall, Bob Zerkle, Bill Mille,r Bib Frenlc, Don James, niir'E'xi'J1'-'.r. .1 'keg i r 'iw '- fri r-T 3'.fii1ikFC"S'5iDEW!'Q'2'i' Torch Club Leff fo righf Row I-Bill Edgeman, Tom Bae, Sens' Mitre Ware Maul Bob Gibson, Mickey Ciroi' B . Mamie, Doa Armsfrong, Bob Riffer, Bob lda"ef:': Mes Para, Norman Refers. Row 2-Mr. Bas" cltsief Ralph Reed, Richard Denny, Life T-a,ef BSI: Leemerman Keifh Cochran, Dan :"'e'ge' B35 Ez.-.eras Ja:k Eldridge, Roberf Ciranf, Ee' FQ' ess Bzb Car-er NNarren Rhodes, Bill Clem. Row 3-Rel Aaia Reber' Moore, Dick Young, Dick Rcbemz, R dai S'a55:rd Gene Thompson, Ofis Beal, TORCH CLUB Alfhough warfime resfricfions have necessifafed a limifafion of fhe acfivifies of fhe Torch Club, fhe organizafion has offered ifs members an inferesfing pro- gram during fhe school year. The oufsfanding achievemenf of fhe club during fhe year was fhe sunrise ser- vice conducfed Easfer morning af Shady- side Park. More fhan SOO persons were presenf for fhis service which has become a fradifional parf of fhe civic Easfer ob- SGFVGVTCG. David Precup, Jack Brown, Jack Carlile, Neal Bronnon berg, Row 4-Don Surber, Dick Bray, Bob Granger, Norman Loudenback, Raymond Malone, Phil Roseberry, Charles l-lamilfon, Charles Lacey, Jack l-lowensfine, Max Gephardf, Bob Williams, Lee Handley, Row 5-Bill l-lelmic, Ross Michel, Edgar Adkins, Jim Bonge, Earl Luffon, Jack l-lall, Bill Thomas, Nolan Whife, Clyde Sfeckel, Charles Nichols, Joe Wilbur. ln coniuncfion wifh fhe l-li-Y, members of fhe Torch Club sponsored a dance on April I4. This proved one of fhe mosf suc- cessful of social funcfions for fhe season. Since ifs organizafion a few years ago, fhe forch Club has become one of fhe mosf successful school organizafions wifh approximafely ninefy members. Require- menfs for membership include grades of C or higher, and personalify rafings of af leasf fhree. Membership is limifed fo ZA, 3B, and 3A boys. '7-Af-A X , f Q9 5 L 5 1 n -Q---. 1 , 45 V y, dknv Choral Club Row lelvlaiilyn Rhodes, Phyllis Pile, Rulh XNili-y, Hope Bixonslino, Rulh Glover, Kelurah Howe, Carolyn llnrivin, Gone Fisher, Bill Rodecap, Miss Palmer, lwnnrflh Bramnwinqy ,lad loombs, Marianna Howe, Rally Phillips, Filxllis Lowry, Jimmy Lee Canlwell, Palricia GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Girls' Glee Club Row I-Helen Crisler, Mary Alice llavey, Susie Mello, Marilyn Slroclr, Phyllis Pilce, Kalhleen Childers, Frances Clemenls, Naomi Spall, Eileen Good- win, Mary Rainler, Jane Shoullz, Belly Yeider, Ramona vVard, Susan Dalby. Row 2-Palsy Reveal, Doris Clillord, Beverly Henderson, Suzelle Scoll, Audrey Busby, Phyllis Schneider, Phyllis Covinqlon, Pally Land, Alyce Dew, Jane Schrnill, Mary Lou Jaclcson, Belly Lee Gwinn, Jaclfie Plall, Mary Nell O'Nc-ill, Annabelle Funlhouser, Mary Jane Fowler. Row 3-Dorcilhy Rawlings, Mariorie Davenporl, Melb.a Doris l-larl, Donna Joan Williams, Ramona Buller, Palri- cia Grillin, Doris Moomey, Alice Lazenby, Clela Taylor, Elizabelh Fisher, Marqorie Renl, Barbara J. Brown, Pally Ann Owens, Lillian Sibera, Belly Ryan, Rornona lmel, Donna Carpenler, Joanna Hunl. Row 4-Junice Marlin, Vonda Price, lmoqene Wilson, Belly Broolcs, Eleanor Todd, Nalalee Balhauer, Belly Lou Helberl, Phyllis Morgan, Dorolhy Genda, lmogene Den- linqer, Miss Palmer, Jo Ann Priesl, Barbara Spencer, Ber- nice Folsom, Pal Robinson, Jeanne Gayle, Lorene Saunders, Florene Saunders, Beverly Nelson, Pallie Durqan, McGuire, l-larrie'r+ Nowlin, Charlolle Darlinglon. Row 2-Mary Prolcos, Barbara l-larmon, l-lazel Cochran, ,lean l-lumriclrhouse June Easrman Glad s Lewis Paul 1 - Y . ' ine Shaler, lrma Rinlrer, Janice McAr'r, Phyllis l-lulse, Doris Slevens, Wilma Wilborn, Verna Morris, Roberla Plercher, lma Jene Mariindale, Marilyn Mulvihill, Miriam Reynolds, Berry Rice. Row 3-Jeanne Toombs, Barbara l-lanna, Rally Smilh, Sally Berry, Joan Kerr, Jane Eramplon, Wilma Whilney, Under The capable direclion of Miss Mary Rulh Palmer lhe Choral Club has had a busy year. ll has presenled ils an- nual Easier Service al Jrhe Cenlral Chrisl- ian Church and has lalcen ioarl in lhe BUYS' GLEE CLUB Boys' Glee Club Row I-lfeilh Cochran, Joe Bealry, Marlin lfoob, Cliilord Ledbeller, Louis Caplinger, Dale Clarlf, Don Newman, Dave Precup, John Collengs, Carol Pruill. Row 2-Richard Harrison, Paul Alalza, Bill Crosley, Richard l-larris, Gene Simmonds, Miss Palmer, Imogene Denlinger, Raymond Malone, Joe L, Wilbur, Don Ward, Bill Clem, Wayne McClinlock, Gordon Shruor. Row 3-Bob Riller, Bob Lealherman, Tom Toner, Bill Rodecap, Paul Brown, William Olvey, Jaclc Clark, Elmer E, Malaquerra, Gordon Shroul, Anilra Lynch, Jo Anne Bronnenberg, Geraldine Slohler, Evelyn Alalza, Vivian Counceller, Eleanor Frosl, Louise Flanders, Berry Lowman, Lois Evans, Doroihy Keesling, Marny Mollo. Row 4-Keilh Cochran, Gordon Shroul, Max Broyles, Don Schlabach, Elmer E. Malaquerra, Gene Simmonds, Charles Saunders, Bob Mclrlenry, Joe Applegale, Richard l-larrison, Raymond Malone, Joe L, Wilbur, Dale Clark, Bill Clem, Carrer Kelly. CHCDRAL CLUB Chrislmas service. Numerous convoca- lion programs have iealured lhis group oi songslers. They were hosls for lhe Madison Counly May Eeslival lhis year. BAND There is noThing like a "red-hoT band" To keep The Anderson l-ligh sTudenTs in good spiriTs. No TurTher explanaTion is needed when Their suiTs are seen. Richard Rencenberger. leader oT The band, when cross-examined, conTessed ThaT This year's band was The besT yeT. He sTaTed +ha+ There were approximaTely sevenTy members in The organizaTion. The band is open To all who have suTTicienT abiliTy and inTeresT in music. This year each convo was opened wiTh naTional anThem and, in closing, The high an insTrumenTal number- Tollowed by The school song. Of course The BaskeTball games wouldn'T have been The same wiTh- ouT The band. They could puT a crowd in- To an "ocean-wave" oT moTion or seT Them all clapping and singing To songs like "Anchors Aweigh" or "Mairzy DoaTs." The band Tries To please everyone by playing noT only marches buT also The cur- renT popular hiTs. The band members even had gumpTion To march and play during f.4 ,V-A , .- , H , .U v'14,,,!.v.f451.,-1-Tdzdn' J.A'!4Z WO QY WZWWfa,'i ' ! lW LJM5VW -1-, K- , ,-. w,,,,. .. ,,, ,., Mary Carolyn Slurwold Wanda Tallan Carolyn Slohler Pal Pills Mariory Adams Clive Swain Belly Riggle l !,W Z42lMh2y . 'Wi VM! 'rhe cold, rainy loolball season. They also helped our in rhe Big Four Tourney. During lhe year This organizalion play- ed lor service clubs, bond drives, and pa- rades. Co-operaling wilh The band were The seven drum maiorelles who demon- srraled Jrheir lalenl in many snappy drills. Many ol The band's besl players will be losl This year Through gradualion, bul as Mr. Rencenberger s ays, "Promising marerial is coming in from Jrhe Junior l-ligh schools---il lhey lceep 'rheir promises l" Band Circle l-Jackie Dexler, Bobby Williams, Edith Schoonover, Don Rool, Barbara l-lawley, Edward l-lumbles, Norma Jean Brown, .loan Carrnody, Jaclc Shepard, Polly Loclcwood, Imogene Denlinger, Circle 2-Joan Achenbach, Pauline Paper, Jo Ellyn Burlon, Bill Allis, Bill l-lelrnic, Dorlhy Genda, Ronald Wisner, Frances McCain, l-laroldyne Shullz, Barbara Cohran, Donald Bobo, Carolyn McCarly, Barbara Melle, Richard hlamillon, Nila Zion, Bernard Duclcwall, Mary Beal. Circle 3-.loan l-laley, Rulh Brown, Virginia l-lawley, Mary Lou McClain, Bob l-lillle, Marvin Hall, Don l-lugel, Ted King, Franlx Finley, Alien l-lumriclrhouse, Bill Cana- da, Bill Toornbs, Louis Thayer, Shirley Allen, Norman Brown, Billy Maslers, Kalhryn Browning, Jarrell Dixon, Florene Saunders, Lorene Saunders, Kalhryn Baxler, Russell Zoolc, Circle 4-Mr, Richard Recenberger, Elosie Coolce, Bob Mcl-lenry, Jaclc lreland, James Smilh, Earl Powless, Neal Perry, Bill Alexander, Carolyn Slohler, Marjorie Adams, Pal Pills, Olive Swain, Wanda Tallon, Belly Rig- qle, Mary Carolyn Slurwold, Mardigal Club Sfanding-Carfer Kelly, Charles Saunders, Gene Simmonds, aul Alafia. Siffing-Chai loffe Llarlinglon, Carolyn TJarv,in, Lois Evans, Miss Mary Rufh Palmer, Direcfor, Phyllis Hulse, Miriam Reyfnildi. ,lirnrriie if-rr Canlyell The Music Depf. of Al-IS offers a spec- ial one-half credif class for sfudenfs who are especially inferesfed in vocal music. These sfudenfs belong fo Madrigal, which is fhe name given fo fhe organizafion. When fhey presenf fheir programs, fhe girls are dressed in formals and boys in dress suifs. The Madrigal sifs around a candle-lighfed fable singing many old and favorife songs. This group has performed for fhe Rof- aryi Kiwanis, Lions Loan Federafion, Even- ing Musical, covocafions, and for many ofher acfivifies. Miss Mary Rufh Palmer, who is fhe sponsor of fhis group, enioys working wifh fhe members who have an MADRIGAL CLUB ene Fisher, Ray Malone, Jaclc Toombz, l i Orchesfra Circle I-Bobby Glazer. Rufh Ann Casflovv, Charles Cox, Edirh Schoon- over, Edward l-fumbles, Jackie Dexfer. l lmogene Denlinger, Circle 2-Rufh llcasf, Kafherine Carico, Barbara Cochran, Bill Hilbolf, Richard Hamilfon, Barbara Melle, Mary Beal, Rorofhy Glenda, Ronald Wisner, Don l-lughelm, Mary Lou McClain. Circle 3-Bill Alexander, Earl Powless, Mr. Richard Rencenberger, Norman Brown, Anifra Lynch, Forene Saunders, Kafhryn Baxfer, Lorene Saunders. QRCHESTRA excellenf opporfunify for developing fheir falenf. The orchesfra, direcfed by Richard Rencenberger, every year has fhe respon- sibilify of playing fhaf ever memorable song for fhe senior closs---"Pomp and Circumsfanceu. Also, many o u f s i d e groups had fhe privilege of hearing fhe orchesfra. If has supplied fhe infermission music for fhe Opereffa fhis year. These musicians also played for fhe Senior Class Play and fhe annual Music Deparfmenf's Chrisfmas program. The sfudenfs who are members of fhe orchesfra welcome new falenf and hafe fo see many senior members leave. ik f Axial " W DRAMXXTICS CLUB DramaTic Club Row I seaTed-Mr, Boyd, Mary Carolyn 32'-1 3 B3'ca'a Bessinger, PuTh Brinduse, PaT Hamil- -ir Ma- B':. es sz" Crer, Gene Simmonds. Row 2 seaTed-Ca'oiire Bu-sk, Marilyn Rohdes, RoberTa 7-refs Jaffe M:PrT, Baby Weir, Johnny Barber, Bob If- aef 'L CH- 'awe 'l'r"n Leila Wilson Always lisTed as one oT The TavoriTe or- ganizaTions oT Anderson T-ligh School is The DramaTic Club which is devoTed To The sTudy oT dramaTics and associaTed TheaTrical work. The season was opened lasT Tall wiTh The annual open house perTormance wiTh The presenTaTion oT a play, "l.eT's Go Somewhere". Members oT The casT inclu- ded Raymond Kirkland, PaTsy l-lan'iilTon, Bob l-lall, and Maxine Kidwell. This proiecT is reguarly sponsored To provide Tunds Tor The year's acTiviTies. ln a pasT year The DramaTic Club pur- chased back drops Tor The audiTorium sTage and This year The group boughT Row 3 sfanding-Ellen King, Barbara l-lanna, Josephine ScampmorTe, Maxine Kidwell, Barbara Sue Speiqal, Ken- neth Brarnming, Marjorie WheaT, Phil Trainer, Dewey Kirkland, Barney Cochran, l-larry Forse, Bob l-lall, Ross Michael, Marian Canaday, Paul STephens, Miss l-liqman, Marilyn Mulvihill. books, plays- and similar maTerial. During The second semesTer, The club provided one oT The mosT popular oT The year's convocaTions in The Torrn oT a play- leT, "The Villian Srill Pursued l-ler". For The TirsT Time in The club's produc- Tion's, a double casT was employed. This permiTTed Two acTors Tor each role---one To provide moTions while anoTher, noT vis- ible To The audience, provided The speak- ing. The success oT The meThod has led The club To plan similar proiecTs in The TuTure. The DramaTic Club schedule oT acTivi- Ties was closed May IO wiTh The annual banqueT. Q'oiok'cLuB l-lelpTul cooperTaion on The parT oT TaculTy members who have shown Them- selves able and willing To conTribuTe in- TeresTing book reviews To The Book Club programs aT The bi-monThly meeTings in- sured Their eager aTTendance by members oT The organizaTion. The club was TorTunaTe This year To hear reviews given by TaculTy members C. I-l. McClure, Mrs. Helen PresTon, Miss Alice I-ligman, Miss Lois Long, and Mrs. Evelyn Grahame. STudenT book reviews were also TeaTured. Miss Bess Day replaced Miss MargareT GriTTin as The Book Club's sponsor in Jan- uary, when Miss GriTTin assumed a posT aT Indiana UniversiTy. AT ChrisTmas The Club members re- peaTed The pracTice inauguraTed lasT year oT exchanging pockeT ediTions oT well- known books which were laTer placed in The library. LaTin Club Row I-Phyllis Lowry, BeTTy A. Moore, Mary Carolyn STurwold, MargareT Bushong, Claris Ann Byrum, BeTTy Spall, DoroThy MiTchell. Row 2-Miss Fannie Nagle, Jo Ann WaTkins, Jacqueline Lowry, Zoe Sample, Anne Plessinger, Clyde STeckel, Charles Nichols. Row 3-Raymond Malone, l-lelen Ro- berls, Beverly Campbell, Phil Boseberry, Marilyn STrcick, Donna lfleyla. Book Club Row I-Barbara Spvnfvr, MargareT Bushonq, RuTh Ellen Tldllll ll3res.l, Gene Moore, Nadean Moore. Miss Bess Day. Row 2-Beverly E, Douglas, MarTha Ayres, PaTsy l-lamilTon, Bob C. Glazer, Roberf Gray, Mary Ellen SmiTh, Row 3-Evelyn Miley, Jack Clark, Irma Rinker, Tre-ve STouT, Donald Taylor, LATIN CLUB There has never been a lack oT inTer- esTing acTiviTies Tor The members oT The LaTin Club. Any LaTin sTudenT who be- longed To The club This year knows ThaT every meeTing conTained an inTeresTing and novel program. LaTin crossword puz- zles were one oT The TavoriTe means oT enTerTainmenT which also proved very helpTul in LaTin sTudies. STudenT Talks and discussions, presenT- aTions oT LaTin playleTs- and TranslaTion proiecTs were some oT The oTher iTems in- cluded in The meeTings held ThroughouT The year. One oT The special TranslaTion proiecTs was a leTTer Trom a man in Cic- ero To a man in Greece. The annual ChrisTmas and spring par- Ties given were enioyed by all. -Cl H141 Hf4WZ 'lEQ-Wi H xlc li? in 6 X, I X., X 41 EE Hi - w- .1 'A-:rg-y1fg,W"3z'3 3 ' ,MM T- 'IIN C- ill T 0 l ,i ir 5 Q Camera Club Row I-RoberT Peguig- Row 2- : R FolTz, Bob S Q noT, ArThur R, Monroe lPres.l, PaT Toner, Do axTer, Jim Fil R h PiTTs lSec'y Teas.l, Bonnie Lee MaT- B '-"- P Clause, Phil B lr her, Charles Lander Jr, iv dx l CCDINISERVATICDN CLUB Five years ago, John Finney, Then a sTudenT aT Anderson T-ligh School TaTher- ed The organizaTion oT The Junior Conser- vaTion Club. This year, reTurning To The school as a Teacher- Mr. Finney resumed leadership oT his "baby" as iTs sponsor, replacing DwighT Morris. One oT The ouTsTanding evenTs in The club calendar This year was a Tish Try given Tor The beneTiT oT members oT The organizaTion and local adulTs prominenT in conservaTion. Several leaders who spoke aT The bi- monThly meeTings included The presidenT oT The STaTe ConservavTion Advisory Council and The sTaTe conservaTion oTTi- cer. CAMERA CLUB The war has again reared iTs ugly head, This Time in The direcTion oT The Camera Club. Yes, There is a Tilm scarciTy in An- derson l-ligh School, however This scar- siTy has noT prevenTed The Camera Club Trom carrying on an acTive program dur- ing The year. The members oT The Club are sepera- Ted inTo Three classes: The beginner clas- ses, The sTudenTs who have had moderaTe camera experience: and The sTudenTs who are more advanced in The arT oT pho- Tography. ATTer school The ThirTy-Two members goT TogeTher and made The besT oT The Tilm shorTage by learning all They could abouT phoTography. Their biggesT pro- iecT Tor The year was a Tield Trip held in The spring. ConservaTion Club Row I-Bob Car- Ter, Bob Edwards, Jim Wilson, Lyle Cox, Gene Moore, Mr. John C. Finney, Jaclc Moore, Dick STage. Row 2-Jim Williams, Ben Nelson, Jaclr Miller, Harry Frye, Earl Powleas, Paul Yaies, Mead Grady. Row 3-Bob Cliiiord, Bill Thomas, Bob Mead, Don WenTe, Norman Velie, Olis Beal, Don BaxTer, Pow 4-Joe MiTchell,Bob Williams, Ro- berT Couch, Bill NorTon, Ralph l-lughes, Max Gephardh George Me-Tzger, Ger- ald lsanogle, Jaclr Clarlr. F. F. A. Row I-Dan PiTTenqer, John BauTe, James Willis, Bill MeTzger, Jimmie WhiTe, Bob Pavey, Adam HuberT, Bill Clem. Row 2-Richard Kimble, John IvTaTThew, Joe PeTTigrew, VCDCATIQNAI. AGR This year marks The observance oT The TenTh anniversary oT The Tounding oT The VocaTional AgriculTure DeparTmenT in AHS, ln recogniTion oT This evenT W. H. Hardy and Sons, local dealers oT agricul- Tural irnplernenTs, have donaTed a cup To Lowell Bonner, David Ashby, Mr. Wilson. Row 3-W. RoberT Reed, Farada Hensley, George MeT- zger, Donald OrTh, Bill Ginn, Billy Dillon Rex Vermillion. ICULTURE The school Tor The encouragemenT oT scholarship. Each year a senior agriculTure boy's name will be engraved on The cup. The year's judging compeTiTion sTarTed lasT June when The Dairy Team placed sec- ond in The STaTe- missing ouT on The coveT- ed TirsT place by lusT a Tew poinTs in Their Aggie BaskeTbali FronT Row-Bill Clem, Dan PiTTenger, Johnny BauTe, HuberT Odom, Bob Pavey, Bill MeTzger, Back Row-Joe PeTTigrew, GilberT Musi- elrnan, Donald OrTh, Robeif Reed, Kirl Tupman, George Mehqer. ToTal score. The Team members were Ray CroxTon, Jim TeTers, Jim Qlvey, and Gil- berT Musselman. E a ch member was awarded a leTTer Tor This accomplishmenT. ln iudging in The sTaTe vegeTable con- TesT held aT Purdue in OcTober, The Tol- lowing boys represenTed Al-IS and Madi- son counTy: GilberT Musselman, Marvin Willis, RoberT Reed. John MaTThew, James Willis- Kirlc Tupman, Dan PiTTenger and Joe PeTTigrew. The TirsT Tour menTion- ed boys were awarded leTTers. ln Decem- ber The vegeTable iudging Team enTered naTional compeTiTion aT Chicago and placed eighTeenTh in a group oT TiTTy Teams Trom all The sTaTes in The Middle- WesT. Marvin Willis, Dan PiTTenger, John MaTThew, and PoberT Reed made up The Team in This evenT. The F. P. A. sponsored a basl4eTball Team ThaT had an enviable record Tor The season oT seven wins and one loss. The Team members are shown on The opposiTe page. The disTricT iudging conTesTs held aT Muncie The lasT oT April showed The Tol- lowing placings: poulTry Team Tied Tor Third. grain Team TiTTh, dairy Team sixTh. The dairy Team was awarded a Trip To The sTaTe iudging conTesT To be held aT Pur- due laTer This monTh. ln individual iudging John MaTThew and Parada l-lensley pla- ced TirsT and second, respecTivelyg Rob- erT Reed placed ninTh in dairy iudging- and David Ashby elevenTh in grain iudg- ing. . . . O OELE' T -Team enTered in ST T V g T bl J ds q T Musselman W P F F A p ConTesT aT Purdue U CD lber au e, Reed, Joe PiTTenger, John I3 T l h Willis. Middle-Team which ccmpeTe Judging ConTesT aT Chicago: JohInAMa M d in naTion l V g T bl TThew D PTT ger, W. RoberT Reed, Marvin Will BoTTom TleTTl-Grain Judging Team:l'TuberT PiTTenger, John BauTe, David Ashby UoTTom ri hT T-PoulTry Judg g T Alb T If l 9 John MaTThew, F d Hensley. in "0W ' f f' 'Li "xl " " NEWSPAPER---The X-Ray Will lhey ever spell my name righ+?" "Where's rhe gossip?" "My Tlame's berrer lookin' Than Thar pin-up gall" These and similar remarlcs oflen greel- ed The regular weelcly issue of The school paper, The X-Ray. Typical? Yes, bul only in Tun, Tor AHS srudenls are really proud ol Jrheir school paper. And rhey have a righr To be, wirh pro- Tessional iournalisls ranlcing The local "sheer" among The besr. The X-Ray was declared second loesl all-round l-loosier high school newspaper in irs enrollmenl class al The annual Buller Universily Journalism Field Day in April. Fix of Ediforsz Berry Lowman, June Allen. X-Ray Sraff Siffing-Gene Wampole, Marrha Ayres, Maxine Kidwell, Belle i-lerrensrein, Vern Baker, Palsy Hamilton, Joan Sells, Belly Lowman, June Allen, lrma Rinlcer, Joesphine Scamprnorle, Joan Miller, Jim Cuneo, Marilyn Clark, Elwanda Jordan, Florence Rodeman. Siancling-Mildred Yocom, Raymand Kirkland, George, Pancol, Earl Powless, John Barber, Jaclc Green, Marilyn Rhodes, Roberl Pequignol, Leila Wilson, JoAnne Busby, Pal Pills. Several proiecls marked lhe acliviles ol lhe slall lhis pasl year direcled by edilors June Allen and Belly Lowman. An eighl page issue' commemoraling lhe lillielh anniversary ol publicalion work in Anderson Senior l-ligh, was dislribuled on December IO. Early in March a lwelve page slall handbook was mimeographed. Also lhis year a large number ol lresh- Mechanical Slall Edv-ard l.u'l5'l Max l-larless l.a-V--erance Rich l-iAn McKinley Bill Sowharn Bill S+i-ea-,fall Lyle Cor Harold Leefer Everll Smilh mon and sophomores inleresled in news- paper work was organized as a cub re- porler group. Four members ol lhe slall represenled lhe paper al lhe annual convenlion ol lhe Indiana l-ligh School Press Associalion held al Franklin College lasl Oclober, Delegales were Belle hlerlenslin, Belly Lowman, Irma Rinker, and Bob Bolen. The year IQ43 was a red-leller year in lhe hislory ol AHS prinling. ll was lasl December lhal room 9 lound ilsell hous- ing an up-lo-dale linolype machine pur- chased mainly lhrough lunds ol lhe de- parlmenl ol Trades and lnduslryi supple- menled by lhe X-Ray' Indian, and General lunds. Allhough lheir ellorls are rarely ever praised, or even recognized, lhe prinlers are keeping pace wilh lhe mosl aclive or- ganizalions in school in loslering and lend- ing aid lo almosl every proiecl sponsored by lhe high school, in addilion lo lending such aid lo lhe enlire school syslem. The prinling ol lhis book is an example ol lhe deparlmenl's ellorls. Recognizilion is especially deserved by William Soulham, Melvin Goerz and Will- iam Slierwall, lor lhe composilion ol lhis book was produced enlirely by lhem. FaculTy ExecuTive Board VEARBGQK--The Indian ln I943 The Indian was given an All- American raTing by The lNlaTional Scholas- Tic Press AssociaTion Tor The TirsT Time in The hisTo ry oT Anderson Senior High School. WiTh a repeTiTion oT ThaT high honor as a goal, This year's sTaTF wenT To worlc. War-Time resTricTions were TirsT TelT Faculfy Board-Frank S, Baker lChrm.l, Gordon Julius lPhoTo.l, Miss Mary Humphrey lArTl, Claude Barrier lPrinTingl, W, H. Brinson lBusinessl. when iT was Tound impossible To c:onTinue The use oT The side Told. New plans and lay-ouTs Then had To be made To TiT The change in binding. Seeking new ideas, Two members oT The sTaTT, Louise Flanders and Neal PeTry, aT- Tended The annual convenTion oT The ln- STudenT Exec:uTive Board if wi in To H j Annaul STaTT Fi-on+ Table-Ri:hard Van Siclcle, Bob Bolen, B-acl: Table-Thom Gephardt Bob Fowler, Don Deena ic- '-fa" -re A er Beverly Beck. diana l-l'gh School Press AssociaTion aT Franklin College. l-lere They were able To shidy The yearbooks oT oTher high schools as well as Tallc wiTh oTher sTaTT members. RepresenTaTives oT engraving and prinT- ing Tirms as well as arT and phoTography experTs were presenT To help solve The producTion problems oT The schools. An- derson received TurTher recogniTion when Neal was elecred vice-presiclenT oT The l. l-l. S. P. A. ll'le was The only candidaTe running.l Under The TacLJlTy supervision oT Franlc S. Baker plans were Then puT inTo eTTecT. Gene Wampole was in charge oT phoTog- arphy. The liTerary sTaTT was headed by Fleenor, Joanna l-leuney, Wendell Howard, Jimmie Lee Cantwell, Barbara l-lanna. Marian Canday. Bob l'lall designed The cover and division pages and drew The slceTches Tor The senior secTion aided by Vivian l-leiney. Louise Flanders served as ediTor-in-chieT wirh Neal PeTry as her as- sisTanT. PrinTing was begun on April 28. As each secTion came oTT The press, iT was re- checked Tor errors. l.aTe lasT monTh The Tinished job was senT To The binders. Now ThaT The boolc is in The reader's hands, iT is hoped ThaT The sTaTT's goal has been reached and ThaT The i944 lndian will claim onors Tor Al-lS. 'Hn-am,-WL.- ' 23.44, , '-' - pflif . s V. -x,.,,.x- U . , .., , My A l 5925 J ig ,QD ,.. ,. Q v 9 . :Swv ff u:2xN:1w'. -V 5. ,., it . rp :-,- , vx,5,::z-xg, N A..4'fXV'k' .ww f 4 ' V A. if-ca..Ax14 N -54 frfalvu . ., zmwf-'A ' x ' I 92. -, :gym WV. 92 ,, 15' fs IM VN ' Q 3, NM. QV. Y , . HW? 5.A:71Qe3mf"V" yggivuvhff ,,3,,55 k .,X,.,. 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Six 'Y '4 , - -' ' 9, W Nr. ,ff ,H .f ' y-. 1 1, 1' ,J . as Q- v+' if 44? 3 i, V+, wx: -"' f fv' . -4-"4 A-""' ,. nh A fl Vff-+-ffwvfawffwwvfww, , f whww f f 1 fwwwv, ,,,,, f 'Wm-.fW,,W,f,,.y,,.,f,,.,,,,,.,W,m,wW f f WW , , , f .wwwy ff f n3p--uv f - fx.-vf.W,, QW, k.,W, ff ATHLETIC STAFF This was The second year Tor The And- erson aThleTic sTaTT under iTs new headg and wiTh The rough edges worn smooTh by a year's experience- The men in charge oT A. l-l. S.'s aThleTic desTiny worlced well TogeTher. Each one was a cog in a machine and wheTher his iob was coaching, scouT- ing, arranging Tor games, TransporTing players- or whaT have you, iT was perTor- med wiTh The precision necessary Tor suc- cess. CerTainly This has been a year To prove The abiliTy oT a coach. Never beTore has v . :gl NT We ..,- H., S X , xx x A Tx r ' I Tl Q l Bob McDowell Merrill Collin CliTTord SwiTT Vern Shinn Ray Fleenor Charles Cummings Carl Bonge a. The lack oT experienced aThleTes been so greaT. And These coaches have proved Themselves by Their splendid worlc This year. A TighTing Team oT pigslcin ToTers, lndiana's number one hardwood guinTeT, a record-brealcing cinder sgaud ThaT Toolq iTs TiTTh consecuTive conTerence TiTle- and anoTher ouTsTanding diamond nine all pay TribuTe To Coach Charles Cummings and his assisTanTs---Carl Bonge, Vern Shinn, CliTTord SwiTT, Ray Fleenor, Bob McDow- ell- and Merrill CoTTin. "A" Club A Club Row l-Bob Morse, John Craib, Di-ik Phe-anis, Joe Anderson, Diclc Hi- day, Dicln Bowman, Bob Skiles, Bill l-lo- V-alrd, Row 2-Bob DeVinney, Don Lewis, Carl Erslcine, Jim Williains, Jaclc l?ecTor, Bob S-iharnc-v.fsTe, AlberT Broadnax, Row 3-Erwin, WrighT, Tom Abel, Bob Carr, Dicl Williams, Harry Forse, John Vaughn, Bob Gray, Mr. Charles Cum- niin-qg, J-gl'-n Wilsc-n, l-larry Palmer, Paul Oh-lril, J-5-hn Cochran. TWZ7 1 ' 0' 7 ' CHEERLEADERS "The besT high school cheering secTion in The world" .... Time and again ThaT TiTle has been applied To The Anderson baskeT- ball cheering secTion, and The mosT imporTanT people To ThaT secTion are The Tour cheerleders. These Tour conTrolled This band oT rooTers and drew Trom Them uniTied cheering insTead oT spasmodic yelling. Somehow The appearance oT These Tour scarleT-clad boys had a sTeading eTTecT on boTh The crowd and The Team. They perTormed Their iobs well and wiTh en- Thusiasm. Al-TS is righTTully proud oT Jack Toombs, Bill Souders- Bill Edgeman, and Bob Graham. There were some oTher lads Too, who were equally praised wiTh The cheer- leaders.These were The sTudenTmanegers who worked as long and as hard as any member oT any Team. They were always on hand ready To do Their coach's bid- ding prompTly and eTTicienTly. To Them wenT The dirTy work and The hard knocks receiving no Tlashy wriTeups in enThusiasTic praise. So now leT Them Take Their bows in The spoTlighT and re- ceive The applause due Them. These brighT-red iackeTed boys picT- ured below are noT idle eiTher. They are The ushers who, under The direcTion oT George Davis, help keep over-enThusiasTic hardwood Tans Trom using Their neighbor's seaT Tor a coaT rack. Ushers Bill Souders Jack Toombs Bill Edgemen Bob Graham Managers Ward Marian Charles SToTTl Frank ScampmorTe shers Row I-Norman EorT J k ic ne l-l TT l'l b TS T RoberT l-lend J L T-liaTT, T-larold L lly ewe n, rown, O U. Z R b T ST R herd Va kl C l P TT I. 5 B B b T ll B T M M G .ge i T. GOV Cox, Geiald aus, Alberl Denny, Bill Deh man. orii 'M 1 Head Coach FCDOTBALI. Speed and passing were The Two key words Tor The And- erson pigskin men This year. The indians, lacking weighr and experience, could only aTTempT To make up Tor iT by ouT- running and ouTThinking The opposiTion. Rain and mud were The chieT enemies oT The Tribe's "lighTning warTare," and as They encounTered These arch Toes in Tour oT Their seven games, The card They Turned in aT The year's end was noT so good as iT mighT have been. Two wins, one Tie, and Tour losses were The Tinal markings on The grid schedule. lQn The TirsT day oT The school year, A. H. S. meT El- wood's PanThers. STarTing ouT on a dry Tield, The Redskins raced To a Touchdown on The Third play oT The game, Then bogged down as The heavens leT loose Their Tury. Using Their weighT To good advanTage, Elwood pressed To a I2-6 win. BearcaTs Hold Scalpin' On Friday The TwenTy-TourTh, The Tield was again soaked and noThing Anderson could do seemed righT. Muncie, wi+h weighT, speed and experience advanTages over The Tribe. slogged on To a 39-O Triumph. The BearcaTs simply used every Trick in The book and a couple They made up Them- selves in The one-sided encounTer. A week laTer on Toreign soil and wiTh a dry Tield The War- riors Took Their TirsT win oT The year Trom Marion's even lighTer gianTs, 7-O. 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The game was highlighTed by an 82-yard Touchdown run by Johnny Cochran, Warrior halTbackg buT once a- gain The Anderson speed was losT in The mud. Richmond Smeared BuT Tinally on Wednesday, OCT. I2, The "Iniuns" had a good dry Tield and a chance To show Their sTuTT. And againsT a ToTally ouTclassed band oT Richmond Red Devils, They did show iT. The score was I9 To O: buf iT does noT show The com- pleTe onesidedness oT The game. ln TacT, Richmond's only ThreaT oT The game was The Tinal play during which a SaTan back inTercepTed a long pass and was Tinally chased down deep in Anderson TerriTory. The Tribe ended Their season by bowing To a heavier Shelbyville Team 26-I3, dur- ing which ThursTon oT Shelbyville scored nineTeen poinTs. 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WILLIAMS WRIGHT BASKETBALL This year's Tribe oT hardwood men sTarTed The season wiTh a Tremendous handicap hanging over Their heads and Tinished iT wiTh a marvelous record. The Tem ThaT sTarTed The year was woeTully inexperienced, Tor graduaTion and Uncle Sam had Talcen Their Toll. The Team ThaT Tinished The year was selecTed The besT in Indiana and was picked To wear The dia- dem oT The STaTe Champion by The A. P. poll. The warriors compiled The enviable record oT having deTeaTed every Team They played and wound up The season wiTh a winning sTrealc oT sevenTeen consecuTive wins. They were one oT The "Final Four" being The only Team chosen by The sporTs wriTers To appear aT The Coliseum To be There. Td C h C IB C I E li B II T-T d J h W1 J A d rson, Bob Slciles, Coach Charles Cummings. TT l-l y F J k RecTor, Bob Morse, Paul' O'Niel 'ETH si 4 3 ANDERSON ERSKINE HOWARD MORSE RECTOR SCHARNOWSKE SKILES WILSON YORK Benind The Scene---RRACTTCE Anderson- sTarTing The year wiTh a Team consisTing oT Tive senior boys .... Anderson, T-Toward, Skiles, lvlorse, and Ray Wilson .... proved Their sTuTT The nighT oT November 9, when she blasTed The Top oTT The season by Tripping Greenifield 33- 23. Three nighTs laTer, The Redskins roar- ed pasT Lebanon 4l-30 when Joe Ander- son made a holiday by canning 26 poinTs, The highesT individual mark oT The season LogansporT was The vicTim oT The ram- paging AT-TS crew in a low-scoring 28-25 conTesT. The Redskins Then comlaleTed Their home sTay by powdering Marion 34- 22 in a TasT and rough engagemenT. Nexi' The Tribesrnen rTeT The New CasTle "Dream Team" on The Troians' own Tloor, and were slaughlered 50-35, Dec- iding ThaT someThing musT be done- Coach Cummings inserTecl Johnny Wilson inT'o The pivoT sloT. This move worked ouT wiTh success evenhially, buT The new com- binaTion did noT click aT lvluncie and The CenTral BearcaTs obTained a 37-30 score. December TO, The undeTeaTed l.aTay- eTTe Bronchos gallobed inTo Town, and were ciuickly Towed in by The Anderson TasT break, 3l-26. A week laTer, The Red- men spilled Marion on Their own Tloor 38- 29. Ray Wilson olayed his lasT game as The Tribe ouTlasTed The ranging Burris Owls, 44-36. lnTo his guard slooT wenT sioeedy Carl Erskine and The Team ThaT Tinished The year was comple-Ted. Cn January I- The Indians, hosT To The annual Big Four TournamenT, sTopbed l.ogansporT in The aTTernoon, buT The nem- esis oT The year, Kokomo's WildcaTs, Took a hearT-breaking 36-35 decision aT nighT. ATTer This game The Warriors sTarTed on Their sevenTeen sTraighT vicTory sTreak ThaT was sTopieed so dramaTically by Those same WiTdcaTs. QQ - Pracfice af 3:30. Puffin' On The Toqs HH I+! Bake H Ouff Time For Chow. Ge Ge? 'Em Indians Way Up, Johnny -Block The? Shofl -Tense Moment -Benq! At The Scene SEASCDN GAMES Cn January 7-8 Anderson Took 4I-25 vicTories away Trom Crawliordsville and Trom 5horTridge, The laTTer game beTore The cameras oT "Look" magazine. Rich- mond's Red Devils were grill looking Tor Their TirsT win oT The year aTTer The And- erson invasion, Tor The Cummingsmen came back home wiTh a 44-34 vicTory. A week laTer, The "Tech Fieldhouse Jinx" was "busTed wide open" by The "lndiuns" who proved Thar They knew Their deTensei Too, Tor They held Te Green Wave score- less Trom The Tield during The second halT in Taking a 36-I9 decision. Friday, January 28, The Indians sTarTed on Their Trail oT revenge. Thar nighT iT was The lvluncie BearcaTs who TelT The power oT a Team ThaT remembered. The BearcaTs Tell 5l-38 beTore a screaming packed house. The nexT Friday Al-T5 Tell one shorT oT The oO mark in clubbing FrankTorT 59-44. The Tollowing nighT They leTT The people oT Shelbyville Talking To Themselves, when They smashed The Gold- en Bear's powerhouse 52-30. lNlexT came The second piece oT re- venge: Kokomo Tell beTore a sTeady Red- skin aTTack 48-39. And Then came The game ThaT every Tan in The sTaTe was waTchingl A game ThaT had been a sell ouT Tor Two weeks! New CasTlel and a dream Team They were .... aT leasT Tor one halT. l3eTore The bewildered Scalpers could geT Their sighTs seT, The Troians had Taken a 25-I9 halTTime advanTage. Then came The blazing, Anderson's TasT break.. and as The Tinal gun sounded, The score- board read Al-IS 45 .... New CasTle 42. The Big Scene---STATE TCDURNAMENT Anderson became The TirsT Team To win Tour games in The Madison CounTy Sec- Tional when They Took PendleTon and El- wood playing under wraps, Then cuT loose To crush Lapel and To drive pasT a "game" Alex crew in The Tinal encounTer. PendleTon held The Tribe on even Terms Tor The TirsT quarTer, buT The Braves were ouT To win, 38-20. Elwood managed To hold Time OuT X - 51, ,W My TS' The Indians Tor Two periods by puTTing Two men on Wilson. The lasT halT, however, Tound Anderson's superior power The de- ciding TacTor. Lapel's TasT break didn'T resulT in enough buckeTs wiTh Bob Skiles leading The warriors wiTh sixTeen poinTs in a 58-32 vicTory. The Tigers played bang- up ball buT were noT quiTe good enough To sTop The local lads Trom Taking a 44-30 conTesT. Howe HorneTs STopped The nexT SaTurday The Cummingsmen played even ball wiTh a mighTy swarm oT l-lowe l-lorneTs, winners oT The Indianapo- lis secTional, beTore breaking away in The Tinal period To win 46-33. AT nighT They hiT Their sTride and walked away Trom The hapless Greemfield Tigers 49-22. Joe An- derson garnered TwenTy-Two poinTs in The aTTernoon skirmish while John Wilson snagged eighTeen aT nighT To lead The Tribe's aTTack. The only one oT The sporT wriTers' choice leTT in The running, The Braves enTered The Coliseum slighT TavoriTes. BuT iT was noT To be ThaT way. ATTer being held To a sin- gle buckeT and Trailing Kokomo I7-5 aT The halTway posT, The Tribe shoT iTs way To a 26-24 lead buT could noT hold iT, Tal- ling aT lasT 30-26. F Th End oT The Trail 4 by Q Jjlilh fl 'KUJXV 6 kmlff Ancerson 33 Anoerson 4l Ancerson 28 Anderson 34 "B" squad Greenfield 23 Lebanon 30 Logansporl 25 Marion 22 Caslle 50---Anderson 35 Muncie lCenJrrall 37---Anderson 30 3l New Ancerson Anoerson 38 Ancerson 44 Anclerson 4l Ancerson 4l Ancerson 44 Anclerson 36 Ancerson 5l Anclerson 59 Anclerson 52 Ancerson 45 Anclerson 45 Dial 5+age Elmer Voss Mar Gepherdr Diil Corn Dan Vendergriir Charles Slvllemefer u Mr, Charles C Bob Shafer Blale Gwynn Clyde Green Bob Spearman Warren Welper Paul Bevelhimer Mr. Carl Bonge Bill Losey Paul Goble O'dell Gore Leroy Slaler Bob hlunler Bill Turner Clarence Zion mmin Q5 Lelayeile 26 Marion 29 Muncie lBurrisl 36 Crawlorclsville 25 Shorlridgellnclplsl 25 Richmoncl 34 Technical llnclpolsl I9 Muncie lcenirall 38 Franlciorl 44 Shelbyville 30 Kokomo 39 New Caslle 42 1 M X3 x -. wb: ,M x i E 4 , ' i xv! Mr, Cliigiilc-s Curr Paul 0'Noil Eufiene l-lullon Digi Williams l-larry Farmer Tom Able Bob Delfinneif I V lNillord l-lollowciy Mr, Carl Bonqe lfail Lullon John Veurihn Don Arrnslonq Maurice La Marr Don James Wick Roberls Bob Riller Jim Vandelaur Jim Williams Big Four Anderson 36---Logansioorl 27 Kolcomo 36---Anclerson 35 Ano Ano Ano Anc Ano Ano Ano Ano SVSOV1 SVSOVI GFSOI3 Secfional 38---Pendlelon 20 erson 38---Elwoocl 25 Regional erson 58--4-Lapel 32 44---Alexandria 30 erson 46---l-lowe llnclplsl 33 erson 49---Greenfield 22 Semi-Final 37---Aurora I8 erson 40---Whilelanctl 2l Final Kolcomo 30---Anolerson 26 Frosh Squad Jap.. , ..a n.. y .s N. 5 TRACK CasTing aside iTs somewhaT ragged perTormances oT early April- The IQ44 ediTion oT Anderson's Thinly-clads blos- somed TorTh as one oT The sTaTe's besT by mid May. For The TiTTh consecuTive year Coach Carl Bonge's cinder sTars swepT Through The annual NorTh CenTral Con- Terence Traclc and Field MeeT To Talce Their TiTTh TiTle, a record noT even ap- proached in any a+her AHS sporT. A sixTh consecuTive SecTional TiTle was broughT To AHS on May I3. Again anoTher season passed wiTh no deTeaTs challced up againsT The Tribe in dual or Triangular meeTs, a record begun in 1939. There was a close call, however. The New CasTle Troians, runners-up in The NCC meeT, almosT nosed ouT The local squad in an early season conTesT aT The Rose CiTy. VicTories over Muncie CenTral and Kolcomo, as well as a Triangular win over Marion' rounded ouT This parT oT The cinder paTh compeTiTion. Third place in The Muncie Relays, Three poinTs behind The winning FT. Wayne, Team, and Third spoT in The Kokomo Relays, behind NorTh and SouTh Side oT i FT. Wayne, sTamped The Indians as a deT- iniTe ThreaT in The sTaTe championship meeT. To prove ThaT These perTormances were no "Tlulce". Anderson garnered 42 poinTs in The NCC meeT held here on May 5 To win over a sTrong Tield oT nine com- peTiTors. FirsTs in The mile. high hurd- les, high iump, and boTh relays, coupled wiTh seconds in The high hurdles, and halT- mile accounTed Tor mosT oT The Anderson Tallies. AT The Time oT wriTing, Two new school records have already been seT This year. Bob DeVinney smashed he NCC record oT l5.8 seconds and Earl Gibbons AHS record oT I5.6 by a sTerling l5.4 perfor- mance in The high hurdles. Johnny Wilson Topped' Harold Snow's school record by high iumping Tive TeeT, eleven and Three- guarTers inches in The Muncie Relays. Among Those who have been sTeady poinT-geTTers Through The season have been Gray in The mile, Williams in The halT-mile- WrighT and Farmer in The shoT puT, Lewis in The high hurdles, and Kees- ling in The pole vaulT. STarT oT IOO yd. 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C Meelz Joanna l-leiney, Belly Lou Williams, Jo Anne Busby, Janice MCFXH, Ruln Snow. X XW w 1 K S Q N f ' .4 K 2' " - V-aff! if fi 1 :.- ? 6 f , Z 4,5 , f :gs ' Z 6 1 .62 . E . W v 1 1 I 3 X f 'Q 5 0 s . ,ff , 1 ' A TJ , ' ' ' ' 1' J - , - 1 ' if ,, X V x!! L X , W ,,,, , ' , A f W 97 rim, ' I V. f - I . v , i 1 'Q 5, 2 A Y k ww Milf ., WV, 1 X CARTER COCHRANE CRAIB DE VINNEY FARMER GRAY JAMES KEESLIN6 STARS OF TH h 1 , . .....v., NX fax I XX. A A 'E ' 3 . ,Eat 98 CIINIDER PATI-I N..mWi,m...,f.. if 4 W ,W QQ? Q21 ' at 4 fn ,,,. ,. QL lx , vi. Q Q I V ,, 2212.5 - ff I ' I .. , , IW- 1 ., A . :gm -:g... L X ' 2' ' wx ':a52s::.K f ,. jf, :"fg' , L Q , W, ffi ' ,F y 1" f "" ' Q Q M1 Q, ,gf - ' ,, ,, fx., , I f f f ' .IMQXX? . WW 99 X,, HJ x K, f I , LEWIS MALONE ROBERTS SPEARMAN VAUGI-IN D. WILLIAMS WILSON WRIGHT BASEBALL A+ Jrhe lime of Jrhis wrilring. Anderson appeared lo have one of The besl base- ball reams ever lo represenl lhe school. Wilh buf fwo games remaining land lhose +wo wirh reams already defealed by A. l-l. S.l +he Indians had won six and losl Jrwo. Pacing 'rhe diamond men were Carl Erskine and Jack Reclor who formed lhe ballery. These rwo Juniors nor only ac- counled for a good percenlage of +he pulouls, via lhe srrilceoul roule, buf were also lhe nucleus of rhe Tribe's loalling power. Of The eighl games. Erskine had lwirled 38 innings, and srruclc our 75 opposing loarfers. Perhaps his besl appearance was in a relief role in which he fanned eighr of lhe nine baflers To face him. Anderson's orher Jrwo moundsmen. Loose and l-lumphrey, splilr a win and a loss belween rhem. TQ qi 54 x , X359 if s W . i BYRNE ERSKINE LoosE o-NEILL oeosu Pnsfwis Recroiz SQHEPPER C. VANDERBUR J, VANDERBUR WEATHERLY J. WILLIAMS rw Row Row Row Row Row Row Yarn H Mis, ' A 5, , ,, 'K' VSAM. Q ilk J . " af J, , . '-'V M' f' . ,, f ,imfggy W w w , .-.- , .? I if wif A A ,W ,iv-f M- A . P AM, ix nr-M qw faxximi, r ,f we 4 , 5,9 N f- f li S LN X. 6, , WM 2 1 YQ j?q.,W4 A 6 ' ii ,. "" I Wi 12 ww C '23-i ' t ial I f 1 ,MWQ i V" - f -- i vlkffw N , xhm- X' , Q , ff l j f H, i , X f 1 V l l i ' , ff ,, . i 'Ti l -wx. si, 1 , i w 4. ,, X ll ff ' ' -of , 1 5 , i 5 Q l 4 5. I-Dil Breads, fic- Szheroer Billv Loose, Carl Erskine, Jack Reclor, Charles Vanderbur, Isaac Wealherly, Joe Anderson RollandW 2-Qiger B,"e, BH Qgaen Eugene l-lullon, Jim Vanderbur, Bill Wiseman, Bob Humphrey, Jim Williams, Paul O'Neill 3-Crares Era, Bzb Ri"er, Norman Douglass, Tom Parrner, Charles James, Bob Baldaul, Don Guslin -Eiga' ,AJ-'rs B30 Edaards, Don Vandergrilf, Ray Passwaier, Jerry Brandon, Bill Tucker, Charles Muller 5+J,":r M"s, B35 'deineman Bill Dehorily, Paul Davis, Paul Oakes, Sam Murphy, Roy l-lall 6-Cie? C'a'es C-n'r"'gs Pawmcnd Rani, Bob Mangus, Warren Welper, Jim Ellis, Coach Clillord Swill GOLF Andersons linksmen for I944, defend- ing champions ol The Norlh Cenlral Con- ference, opened Jrheir nine-march season under lhe handicap ol inexperience. Re- lorning from lasl year's learn were Jrwo men, Bob "Rodney" Skiles, defending N. C. C. medalisl and holder of The record N. C. C. score, and l-larry Forse. A+ lhis wriling lhey had losl Their lirsl four marches, rhen complelely reversed lheir slyle To caplure lheir nexl lhree. W V-uf l-larry Forse Don Schlabach Bob Skiles Bill Davisson Bob Morse Hugh Speck Row I-Belh, Lee Kempler, Phyllis Baker, DoroThy Genda, MaribeTh Munson, Ruih Snow, lrma Rinker, Mariorie Smilh, Nala King, Mary Brinduse, Phyllis Long, Barbara Bere-slord. Row 2-Ida Mae McMurTrey, Maxine Cook, BeTTy Merr- ilT, Ramona Larabee, MarieTTa Clemons, lcie Mae Bank- sTon, Gloria WycliTTe, Alice Akins, Virginia McNeal. l4aThle-en Durant MarTha Vanderbur, Phyllis BaTes, Miss Beliy Lambert Row 3-PaT PiTTs, Wanda lallen, Doris STevens, BeTTy Speedy, Mina Trick, Phyllis SheTTerly, Lou Ann Parsons, Cleda Achor,amem- ber oi The champion- ship senior baskeTball, baseball, and TooT-volly- ball Teams This year was selecTed To receive The G. A. A. SporTsman- ship award. ll is really an honor To be on so many winning Teams and s+ilI be chosen by Tellow members as hav- ing shown The mosT sporTsmanship like aTTiTude all year. Cleda was baske+baII head This year and parTicipaTed in baseball, TooT-volly ball, and volly ball. She has received a monogram, a leTTer, and This year The sTaTe award. Cleda Achor EdiTh Morrison, Virginia STewarT, Alma SouThers, Jean l-luTTon, Norma l-larney, BeTTy Lou Brown. Row 4-AlberTa PorTer, Mary Jo STinson, Marie Jones, Beverly Judd, Emilie Baker, BeTTy YaTes, Dolores Richard, Marianna Moore, Elnora Badger, Wanda Ballard, KaTie Browning, Beverly Ogden, Pauline Raper, Row 5-MargareT Fisher, Cleda Achor, Lou Ann EvereTT, Jean l-lill, Dora Mae l-lewiTT, Alyce McNeal, Barbara l-l. Brown, Nancy McMurry, Joanne Ellis, Donna Kleyla, BeTly Jean Gciad, BeTTy E SmiTh, Virginia Ann SmiTh. The girl who has earned The Senior l-lonor Award is Mariorie SmiTh, one oT G. A. A.'s mosT loyal supporTers. She has parTicipaTed in almosT all oT The sporT acTiviTies Tor Touryears, has received a mono- gram, leTTer, and sTaTe award. She is Treasurer oT The G. A. A. This year. Besides This, she has kepT up a high mark ol scholarship and has Ta- ken parT in many acTi- ' A viTies in school. Maries' Smllh GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DisTressing as iT may seem To some oT Those ill-believers, The girls oT The Girls' AThIeTic AssociaTion are noT all The Ama- zon Type. In oTher words, They're noT The kind whom men would ask To marry iusT so They could geT ouT oT carrying in The coal and mowing The lawns. In TacT, The con- TrasT oT IiTe inside The gym and ouTside is exTremeIy marked. One would hardly recognize The girl who, only a shorT period beTore, had been in The TronT hall cog- ueTTishIy hinTing Tor a Senior-EacuITy daTe. Once inside Those well-worn gym doors lwhich, by The way, say GIRLS ONLYI girls seem To Take a keen deIighT in IeTTing down Their hair, so To speak, and knock- ing Themselves ouT in The Torm oT a True G. A. A.'er. So This is why many boys geT The surprise oT Their lives when They sIyIy sneak inTo The balcony To calch a Tor- bidden glance. Ever since iTs Tounding G. A. A. has oTTered all girls oT AI-IS an opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe in exTra-curricular sporTs acTiviTies. The school year is divided inTo seasons and a sporTs chairman is eIecTed Tor each. Among The TavoriTe acTiviTies are baskeTbaII, soTTbaII, volley- ball, Track, and soccer wiTh baskeTbaII raTing The highesT berTh. And This year someThing very unusual occurred---The seniors won again. Yes, AGAIN, Tor The presenT senior class oT I944 has capTured This championship Tor Tour consecuTive years. TI'-IIS ACHIEVE- MENT STANDS AS A NEW RECORD. Members oT This class shall receive a Tour year award To mark and honor This accom- pIishmenT. Awards based upon The number oT poinTs secured are presenTed aT The close oT every year. PoinTs may be earned by aTTending regularly and also by passing various achievemenT TesTs. In charge oT all business oT The club is The G. A. A. Council. This is composed oT The sponsor, Miss BeTTy LamberT, The sporTs managers, and The oTTicers: Pres- idenT, Irma Rinkerq Vice-PresidenT, RuTh Snow: SecreTary, MaribeTh Munson: and Treasurer, Marjorie SmiTh. 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Treasurer: and RoberT Drummond and Miss MargareT Mullendore, sponsors. Uncle Sam GeTs Sponsor Ours was The TirsT class To be viTally aT- TecTed by The war when our male sponsor was called To serve Uncle Sam. We deep- ly regreTTed The loss, buT realized ThaT There were more imporTanT Things aT sTake Than one class in one high school. ATTer anoTher elecTion, The Team oT Basil l-losier and Miss Mullendore became The unbeaT- able combinaTion sponsoring our class acTiviTies. H The sophomore class oTTicers deTer- mined under The new elecTion rules were Marian Canaday, presidenTg Bob Zerkle. vice-presidenTg Barbara Cleaver, secre- Taryg and Marilyn Rhodes, Treasurer. The class colors, green and whiTe, were selec- Ted as was The class jewelry. We had our spring Tling in The Torm oT a gay picinc aT The Mounds Park. By The Time our iunior year rolled a- round, our members were very much a parT oT Andeson l-ligh School parTici- paTing in many acTiviTies. Marian Canaday was again elecTed presidenTq Bob Zerkle and Barbara Clea- ver were also re-elecTed To oTTiceg and Cleda Achor became The girl who han- dled The Tunds. We decided To Torego purchasing iun- ior sweaTers and laTer senior garb since we TelT ThaT There were more imporTanT uses Tor our money during war-Time. Some Sell SweeTs Many oT our number were Tound "play- ing sTore" in earnesT down aT The candy sTand, Tor The money ThaT was made There helped To pay Tor our wonderTul spring prom. Queen over This aTTair was Barbara Cleaver, who was aTTended by AlberTa Calhoun and Marian Canaday. We Tried our besT To show our supre- macy over The class oT '43 in The spring inTer-class conTesTs, buT didn'T guiTe make The grade. Our girls helped To in- iTiaTe The pracTice oT girls' parTicipaTing in These clashes. AlThough The liTe oT a senior is a glor- ious one, iT meanT more responsibiliTy and work and aT The same Time more pleasure. During This, our "Year" oT years, Bob Zerkle proved an able leader. He was assisTed by Jack DavenporTg secreTary, Barbara Cleaver: and Treasurer, BeTTy Lowman. The Senior ExecuTive CommiTTee in- cluding represenTaTives Trom each senior home-room was appoinTed early in The school year. Members oT This commiTTee were acTive in planning senior acTiviTies. Class Aids War ETTorT Because The demands Tor labor became greaTer wiTh The conTinuaTion oT The war, many oT our class willingly obTained iobs To aid in The war eTTorT. Many oT our boys were called To The colors and They wenT gladly wiTh The realizaTion Thar This coun- Try, oT which our school is a parT, is indeed worTh TighTing Tor. Those oT us leTT behind wished Them The besT oT luck and prayed Tor Their saTe reTurn. Our class play, "iOuTward Bound", ably presenTed in The spring was one well-re- membered. WiTh The menTion oT spring also comes memories oT a conclusive gala Senior Week wiTh iTs parTies and dances. And now we're graduaTing. lT's hard To say The good-byes ThaT musT be said and To Take leave oT a place which. aT Times, iT seemed we didn'T Take Too ser- iouslyg buT neverTheless, which we have always held dear. We're bowing ouT Trom A. T-l. S. sorry and yeT glad. Our hearTs are beaTing a liTTle TasTer and our heads held a liTTle higher as we prepare To meeT our TuTure in The World oT Tomorrow. C ASS OI 1944 PRESIDENT - - - - BOB ZERKLE VICE - PRESIDENT - JACK DAVENPORT SECRETARY - BARBARA CLEAVER TREASURER ----- BETTY LOWMAN Sponsors - Miss Margaref Mullendore, Basil Hosier "1E?2"nw.EQx114ifI Zvl,:Qi4-:Qi fff E 'Q VI 23 '9k??a,9QY 2 We mg -- A"' "5 E7 nw . R was My wi W 4,116,101 Nw-vw, .'m.. A 1 , wfw' ,aah ,A f WW IV L A 1 1 ' 4' f 3 f Q15 If f J ,f Q in S ' I ,... Qs - ., r I F:-fi HJ., 'V ' ' ' 3 3 f - . 12... v .4 .ff-,I ' . ' 3 . Q f . -7 iff i ssasi-1 -.mg Q i 'Z fi . Achor, Cleda-College Prep. Class lreas. 3i Sr. Comm. 4, X-Ray 3: Sludenl Assembly 45 Hep Cals 2, Girl Reserves 2, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2: G. A. A. Council 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 27 Wai' Bond Salesman 4: House ol Repr. I, 2: Pep Session Comm. 3: Honor Slucly Hall Discipline Comm. 4. Akins, Alice-College Prep. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Qlee Club 3: G, A, A, 47 Jr. Red Cross 4. Alalza, Evelyn-General. Jr, Red Cross I, Arr Assiiicialion I, 2, 3, Girl Reserves I, 2: Glee Club 2: Hep Cals Club 2, Counly Music Feslival 2, Clioral Club 3, 4, Slale lE'ElCl"IE'FlS Convenlion 3, 4. Allen. Evelyn-College Prep. K. Y. C. 23 Ivlonilor 3. Allen, Marilyn June-General. X-Ray 3, 4, ECI.-in-Cliiel 4, Ass'I Io Guidance Comm. Clwrrn. 3: Lab. Enq. Ass'I I2 Honor Soc. 3. 4: Girl Reserves 2: Ifnillinq Club 2: I-I. R. Pres. 2, 3: Annual Lilerary Slall' 3, 4, Hep Cals Club 2: B-fl. Club I 2, Glee Club 23 lr. Sflriolaslic Conlesl N'Vir,rer I. Allen, Sliirley--Vols. Home EC. Band I, 2, 3,45 CLAS S M we ifrf' 'iw' we M Orclieslra I, 2, 3, Honor Soc. 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Monilor 3: Dean's Ass'I' 3, 42 Honor Sfucly Hall Sfudenf Monilor 4. Allison, PaHy- General. Girl Reserves 2, 3, Candy Slancl 31 Lib. Axs'T 3: Garb Comm. 35 Sr. Ex. Comm. 4. Allman, Helen- General. Lib. Ass'I 2: Honor Slucly Hall 4. Alf, Belly Jo Ann-Business ECI. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Knilling Club, 2: H. R. V.-Pres. 3, 4, Jewelry Comm. 3: Sluclenl Ass'I 2: Honor Slucly Hall 4: Monifor 4. Amoi, Beffy Lou-General. Monilor 3, 4. Anderson, Joe-General. Baslrelball I,. 2, 3, 4: Foolball 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4: Prom Queen Comm. 3: Monifor Ass'I 31 I-Ii-Y 4: "A" Club 4: Honor Sludy Hall Discipline Comm. 4. Applegaie, Joseph-Bus. E. Choral Club 3: Cilee Club 2: H. R. Sec'y-Treas. 2, 31 Biology Ass'I 3. Asbury, Rosemary-General. Ivlonilor 4, Sales- lacly lor Baslnelball Tournamenl 4. Arnolcl, Lorene-Gem -emi, IO8 ol 1944 Q Pb ie,-5 1 411 eral. Honor Sludy Hall 4. Alwell, Maxine Ava-Bus.-Ed. Glee Club 2: Girl Reserves I: Winner ol Isl Typing Big Ten 4: Honor Sludy Hall 4: Sludenl Ass'l.4. Alwood, Aliceiean-General. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: H, R. Pres. I: Chrm, ol Prom Decoralions 3: Monilor 2, 3: Sludenl Ass'l 3, 4: Arl Club 3. Ayres, Marlha-College Prep. Book Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 2: G. A. A. I: Fashion Design Club 2:Treas. 2: Lib. Ass'l. 4: PFOU1 Dewrafinq Comm. 3: Monilor 3: English Ass'l 2: X-Ray 4, Headline 4: Hep Cals Club 2: Arl Club 3. Baker, June-General. Sludenl Ass'l. 3, 4: Balmer, Verne-College Prep. X-Ray 4: Conservalion Club 3, 4: Prom Queen Comm. 3: Garb Comm. 3: Sludenl Assembly 4. Baldauli, Rulh-General. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Dean's Ass'l 3, 4: Garb Comm. 3. Banlcslon, Icie Mae-Bus. Ed. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 42 G. A, A, 4: War Ellorls Comm. 4: Girls Council 4: Biology Ass'l 3: Monilor 2. Barber, John--College Prep. X-Ray M312 Achor, Cleda Akins, Alice Alaha, Evelyn Allen, Evelyn Allen, Marilyn June Allen, Shirley Allison, Pally Allman, Helen Q All, Belly Jo Ann Amos, Belly Lou Anderson, Joe Applegale, Joseph Asbury, Rosemary Arnold, Lorena Alwell, Ava Alwood, Aliceiean Ayres, Marlha Balrer, June Baker, Verne Baldauli, Rulh 3 Banlcslon, lcie Mae Barber, John Barlxdull, Joan Barker, Rosemary Barnes, Chesler Wayne Barnes, Virginia Barnharl, Belly Barrell, Charles Baxler, Don Beall, Mary Louise 3, 4, Page Ed, 4: HieY 3, 4: Dramalic Club 3, 4: Sludenl Assembly 2: Convo. Comm. 4: Pep Sessions Comm. 2: Dean's Comm. 2: Press Convenlion 3: Torch Club 2: Class Play Comm. 4: Class Play 4: Loclcer Oll. Ass'l 3: Head Monilor 3: Honor Soc. 3, 4, Barlcdull, Joan- College Prep, Sludenl Assembly I, 3: Honor Soc. 3: X-Ray 3, 4: G. A. A. l: X-Ray Repr, I, 2: Girl Reserves 4: l. H, S, P. A. 3: Chrm, Prom Invilalion Comm, 3: Ass'l in Guidance Comm.: Lab, Ass'l Eng. Class: Winner Scholaslic Award. Barker, Rosemary--General, Barnes, Chesler Wayne-General. Sluderzl Ass'l 3: X-Ray liypisl 4. Barnes, Virginia-General. Girl Reserves I, 2: GIGS Club 2? G. A. A. 2. 3i Hep Cals Club 2: Monilor Ass'l 3. Barnharl, Belly--General, Girl Reserves I, 2: Jr, Red Cross 2, 3: Biology Assll 4: Checlc Room A55'l 3, Barrell, Charles-Pre-Ap. Garb Comm. 3: H. R. Pres. 4, Baxler, Don-General. Camera Club 4: H, R. Sec'y- Treas. 4. Beall, Mary Louise- General. K, Y, C, 2, Beclc, Beverly Bennell, Bill Berry, Sally Bilyeu, Doyle Bixensfine, Edwin Bloflcamp, Rufh Bolen, Roberl Bond, Janef Bowman.Kennell1 Bowser, Doris I Bradley, Jack Bramming,Kenr1e'rl1 Breece, Marilyn Briglwf, Dorofhy Broclx, Pai Brogden, Elizabelh Bronnenberg, Glenn Bronnenberg, Jo Anne g Broyles, Bob fa Buck, Caroline gas' I Bu+ler, Wanda Bu+ner, Nile Byers, Barbara Byrne, Beverly Call1oun,Alberla Campbell, William Canaday, Marian Caplinger, Lewis Carico, Mary Helen Carr, Kafherine Beck, Beverly-Voc. Home EC, Page Ed, ol X-Ray: An- nual Lilerary Slail 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3: Fashion Design Club 2: Franklin Press Conveniion 32 War Eiiorls Comm. 3: H, R. Sec'y-Treas. l, 2: Lib, Ass'l 2: Annual Salesman 3. Benne'I'I', Bill-General, Ari Ass'I I. Berry, Sally-General. Choral Club 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Discipline Comm. Honor Siudy Hall 4: House of Pepr, I: Girl Reserves I: Biology Ass? 3. Bilyeu, Doyle- Pre-Ap, X-Ray Repr, 4: Winner Rolary Salely Conlesl in Shop 3, Bixensline, Edwin-Tech. Glee Club 4: Hi-Y 4: H, R, V.-Pres, 4: Class Play 4, Blollcamp, RU'll'l--GGI'1- eral. Ari Associajfion 3: Hep Cars Club 2. Bolen, Reber? -College Prep. Hi-Y 3, 4, Sql, al Arms 4: Prom Queen Comm, 3' Sr, Ex. Comm. 4: Camera Club 2, 3: Locker Office I, 2: Deans Ass'I' 3: Foolball 2: H. R. Pres. 3. 47 X.R,5y 43 Annual 4: Press Conveniion 4: P, A. Syslem Operaior 3, 4. Bond, Janel-General. Bowman, Kenne+h-- CLAS S f:'g,,1y, I .K , 3 15 .4-M" ,Sa 'E J i XE 95" Bus. Ed. Foolball I, 3, 4: Baslcerball I, 2: Track I, 2, 3: Cross Country 2: "A" Club 4, Bowser, Doris--Bus. Ed. Honor SOC. 3, 4: Jr, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Sludenl As. sembly I: Head Monilor I: Chrm, Prom Dare Comm. 3: Mimeograph Ass? I: Dean's Ass"r 2, Bradley, Jack-Pre-Ap. Tracl: 2, 3, 4: Garb Comm, 3: H. R. Pres. 3: Foolball 4. Bramming, Kennelh-General. Dramalic Club, V:-Pres, 3, Pres.4: Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Arl Associalion I 2, 3: Hep Cars Club 2: Prom Orch. Comm. Chrm, 4: Operella 4: Music Fesfival 2, 3, 4: Teachers' Convenlion 4, Breece, Marilyn-Gem eral, Hep Cars Club 2: Sub Deb I: Glee Club 3. Bl'iQl'll, Dorofhy-Bus. Ed. Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 4: Biology Ass? 3: Jr, Red Cross 3. Broclr, Pal-General. Brogden, Elizabe+h-General. Bronnenberg, Glenn-Pre- IIO ol'I I EER. fi ,PQ .Q -S r'V3Pt L ai' If ,jf V 'A Z' A ,:. 1 I. , 9 4 4 fl, I 1 lx I X 6 G 'I j X 5 6 0 I V 1 X I ,r 6 QNX X I ,'l 'gm ,I .-'-'ri -II 4 lgzgzx H, I sa 'fb' , if 5 , -1 , IW 4 r " 'WWA ,,.., .Iii , i f v ,f ? ---, -1 3,25 -1,- 1 ' f V 1' 1, 2. Z3 V - X 4 66 -635- . III ,ww ,,Q-NNW' Ap. Bronnenberg, Jo Anne-General. Fashion Design Club lg Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4? Choral Club 45 I-lead Monilor 3: Glee Club 3: Operella 4: I-Iep Cars 2, Broyles, Bob--Tech. Buclr, Caroline-College Prep. El. Council 3, 4: Sludenl Assembly 2, 3, 4, Pres,41 Dramalic Club 2, 3, 4: Monilor Comm. 2. Bufler, Wancla-Voc. Home Ec. Choral Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2: Sluclenl Assembly I: Jr, Red Cross I. Bufler, Nile-College Prep. Spanish Club I. Byers, Barbara- Colleqe Prep. Lib. Ass'I 3: Hep Cars 2: I-I. R. Pres. 3. 4g Monilor 37 Girl Reserves 3. Byrne, Beverly--Voc. Home EC. G. A. A. I, 2. Calhoun, Alberfa-General. Prom Queen Allendanl 31 I-lep Cars 2: Office Ass'r 2, 35 I-I, R. Sec'y-Treas. 3, 4, Pres. 23 Discipline Comm. Honor Sludy I-lall 4. Campbell, William-General. Choral Club 2: Dramalic Club I. Canaclay, Marian- Colleqe Prep. Ex. Council 3, 4, Pres. 4: Sluclenl Assembly I, 2, Reading Clerlc li Class Pres. 2, 31 Iplonor Soc. 3, 43 Annual 3, 4, Lilerary Ed. 4: X-Ray I, 2, Dir. News Bureau I, Page Ed. 2: Sludenl Chrm. Firsl I-lonor Sludy I-lall 4: Sludenl Dir. Class Play 4, Chrrn, Class Day Proqram Comm. 4: Chrm, Club Comm. 3: Convo Comm, 2, Girls' Council I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 2: Dramalic Club I, 2, 3,4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, Deleqale Io IXlaI'l Red Cross Convene IIOH I1 I-I. R. Sec'y I: Discipline Comm, I3 Amr, Yaulh Foundalion Comm. 3: Prom Queen Allendanl 37 Sludenl ASSII I, 2? Monilor Qi D. A, R. Cilizenship Award 4, Caplinger, Lewis-College Prep. Glee Club 4: Operelfa 4: Jr. Conservalion Club 4. Carico, Mary Helen-Bus, Ed. Girl Reserves 3, 47 I-lonor Soc. 3, 4, Garb Cgmml 3: Class Play Comm. 4. Carr, Kafherine-College Prep. Girl Reserves 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, :j . ll -ff. '2 . 754 X? E, .cf of f' , 5 , 4 ii: -lnv ., I ,,..e-:sq -f 54 -- - ies..-L EA T. ff! Z 1 ii if ' f s X I f J 4 f ,I ,' 1 'Y-"' ref s., X , 4 1 ?f s f 'K 4 "Axial s 'iw' 3 x X '-will X -f 1 N s 'Q'- . . '1 l ffglgif- 2 'qw 9if ' ffffW' .pl .,.,:s.-.:..,. . X Q53 I . 'l xwkfvc'- S51 -'iififli A Carver, Joyce-College Prep. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: X-Ray Repr. I, 2, 3, 4: I-I. R. V.-Pres. I. Childers, Dolores --Bus, Ed. Girl Reserves 3, 4: War Efforl Comm, 4. Clark, Pafricia--General, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Dean's Ass? 3, 4. Clarkson, Edward--Pre-Ap. Cleaver, Barbara- Colleqe Prep, Class Sec'y 2, 3: Prom Queen 3: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Sr. Ex. Comm, 4: Candy Sland Ass'I 4 Book Exchanqe 2, 3, 4: Monilor Comm, 2, 3: Monilor 2, 3: IcI,R. Discussion Comm. I: Amr, Youlh Foundalion Comm, 3: Jewelry Comm, 2. Clem, Joan-College Prep, Lalin Club I, 2: Girl Reserves I, 3, 4: Prom Tickal Comm, 3: I-louse ol Repr 2: Library Ass? 2, 3, 4: Biology Ass? 3: I-I. R. Pres. 2. Clemons, Juliau-General. Glee Club 2, 3: Prom Comm. 3, Clemons, Marie'r'ra-- wh, are We Ls ? CLASS RK , 'QW eg, Q! mal W' , ,.. N 9!'?f'f!" ""'Qn. General, Girl Reserves' I, 2, 3, 4: G, A. fx, I, 2, 3,4-, Coales, Carroll--General. Cochran, Barney-College Prep. Foolball I, 2, 4: Dramalic Club 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Torch Club 2: Open House Play 3: I-I.R. Pres. I, 2. Cochran, Ray--College Prep, Torch Club I, 2: Lalin Club I, Cook, Doris--Voc, I-Iome EC. Cooke, Eloise- General, Band I, 2, 3, 4: Office Ass'I 4. Cox, Helen- Home EC. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: K, Y, C. 2: Fashion Design 2: Glee Club 2. Craib, John-Tech. Track I, 2. 3, 4: Cross Counlry I, 2, 4: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Class Play 4: Baskelball I: Jr. Red Cross I: "A" Club 4. Craig, Emma-- Voc. I-Iome Ec. Bible Club I, Cram, Lola-Bus. Ed, Garb Comm. 3: Glee Club 3: I-I. R. Sec'y-Treas. 4. Cummings, .,,. iz! II"D O II944 wiv ,Qu has any N:"'v-f' Nw if we I WFP' 3- Wvkfrw "'7f"'Y' Carver, Joyce Childers, Delores Clark, Pafricia Clarkson, Edward f Cleaver, Barbara Clem, Joan Clemons, Julia Clemons, MarieHa Coafes, Carroll, Cochran, Barney 4 Cochran, Ray Cook, Doris r Cooke, Eloise , , Cox, Helen My ware Craib, John M. Craig, Emma Cram, Lola Cummings, Helen Dalfon, Evalou Dare, Keifh Darlinqfon, CharIoHe Darwin, Carolyn Ai' II3 Helen-General. Dalfon, Evalou-General. Dean's Ass'I 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, Ei Glee Club 2, 3. Dare, KeiIh- Pre-Ap. Band I,2. Darlingfon, Charloffe-College Prep. Choral Club 3, 41 Glee Club 3: I-lead Monilor 35 X-Ray Repr. 3, 4, Girl's Srare Award 2: Guidance Office Ass'I 4, Madrigal Club 43 Opererla 47 Ind. Srare Teachers Associalion 4, All. Commence-menl Spealcer 4. Darwin, Carolyn-College Prep. Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Operella 4: lvladrigal Club 3, 4, Camp Miniwanca 2, 3, 43 Sr, Ex. Comm. 45 Prom Ticlrels Chrm. 3i Jewelry Comm. 2: Ind. Slare Teachers Associalion 2, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3: House of Repr. I, 2. Davenporf, Jaclc-College Prep. I-louse oi Repr. I, 27 '.,,,," Davenport Jack Davis, Raymond Davisson, William Day, Donald Delph, Harold Denlinger, Imogene Dew, Roberl' De Weese, Helen Sludenl Assembly 2: Roll Clerlc 2: Torch Club 2, V.ePres. Qi Hi-Y 3, 4, Seoy 45 Dramalic Club 41 Class V.-Pres, 4, Sr. EC. Comm. 4. Davis, Raymond-General, Glee Club I, 2. Davisson, William-College Prep. Jr. Red Cross I3 Torch Club 2: I-louse ol Repr. 23 Jr, Prom Comm. 33 Treas. 2. Day, Donald-Pre-Ap. Delph, Harold-General. House oi Repr. , 2: Jr. Conservalion 2, 3, 4. Denlinger, Imogene-General. Band I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4' Pianisl Boys Glee Club 43 Girl Reserves 4. Dew Rober+4 Pre-Ap, Traclc 23 Jr. Conservalion Club I, 2: Jr. Red CVOSS RSPF. 3i I-I. R. V.-Pres, 3g I-I. R, Seoy-Treas, 4 De Weese, I-Ielen-General, Dean's Ass'+ 2, 3, I-I. Ri Sec'v 2. Dicln, Roberf Diefzen, Joan Dixon, Wilma Dollar, Marion Douglas, Beverly Dovey, Belly Dunn, Norman Duranf, Kafhleen Durgan, Palfy Durrer, Margarel Dyson, Suwanno Easfman, June Ehle, Phyllis El-irharf, Roberl Evans, Lois Everelf, Lou Ann Fadley, Theodore Farm'er, Marfha Fenimore, Helen Fisher, Eugene Filzsimmons, Maxine Flanclers, Louise Foley, Norma Fouse, Vera Fowler, Gerald Fowler, Roberf Framplon, Jane Frosf, Eleanor Fullinqfon, HarrieH CLASS WW 544' 'W' t o f . . '!, Gardner, Donald 'H ' 7 r, 3 ,Q pf -I N A. li . if ith? 'Elf - iiiiif iff' 'fi ' Dick, Roberf -Pre-Ap, Dielzen, Joan-College Prep. l-louse ol Re-pr, I, 2: Lalin Club 3: Sludenl Assembly 3: I-lonor Soc. 3, 4: Ivloniior 2, 3: Sludenl Ass'l 4. Dixon, WilmaiGeneral, Choral Club 3: Glee Club I, I-lonor Sociely 3, 4: Garb Comm, 3, Dollar, Marion-General. Douglas, Beverly-Bus. Ed. Library Ass'l 2, 3, 4: Ollice Ass'l 43 Book Club 4, Dovey, Belly-General, I-louse ol Repr, I, 2: Glee Club 2: Boolr Club 3: Girl Reserves I: Ped Cross Repr, 4: Freshman Eleclion Comm. 43 Book Exchange Comm, 4, Dunn, Norman-Pre-Ap. Duranl, Kafhleen-Voc. Home EC. G. A. A. Council 4: DOOUS Oilice 4, Durgan Pally-Bus.-Ed, Glee Club l: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4. Durrer, Margarel-General. l-louse ol Repr, I, 23 G, A, A. I: Girl Rserves I, 2, 3.4: I-I, R. Pres. I, 2,4: Biology Ass? 4: Deans Ass"r 2, 3: Ivlonilor I. 2. Dyson, Suianne-College Prep. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Sludenl Assembly 2: Convo. Comm. 3: Girl Reserves l, 2, 4: Guidance Gil. Ass? 2: Monilor 2, 3: War Eilorls Comm. 4. Ea:+man, June-General. Choral Club 3, 4: Choral Training Choir 2. Ehle, Phyllis-General. Ehrharf, Roberl -General. Foolball I, 2: Camera Club 4. Evans, Lois- Colleqe Prep, Choral Club 3, 4: Sludenl Assembly 4: Glee Club 3: l-louse ol Re-pr. 2: Girl Reserves 3: Hep Cars Club 2. Everefl, Lou Ann-General, G, A. A. 4. Fadely, Theodore-Bus. Ed. Prom Comm. 3. Farmer, Marlha-General. Glee Club 3: Library Ass'+ 4: Ivlonilor 3: Hep Cals Club 2. Fenimore, Helen-College Prep. Honor Soc. 3, 4: X-Ray Repr. I, 2, 3: Ivlonilor I. Fisher, ol j. . 'Q 1944 H4g,fi A .. .. -51'-'..'w'n'1i. " nf I 1 L ll Wig Il M' s 'nm' A ,I igillhggmp - gl ' K 24" ' nl - A I ,' N I , II- I , ,, . ml ,Q 63372 :Fx ,L 'lln ' J' 3 Q' F A : .fiffli ,. .. Mil L- M " '-ggrggta, .J We 'YT'-we f 'fi ivswi N' ' .- .X X Q Mi fl Q K 4 ,Qs ,mx V.. .. so 45 :- --S Q.. F- s . I v 0 .913 . - X I I V,-T'i.::Q ., X, X if f x 4. 1 S , ss S X A ,559 S 5 of g ,W mg 'W-M 'V -491' l 'dv V J' ,aff mv Eugene-Tay, Cnoral Club 2, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Slud. Difeqffur 3, 4: War Elroris Comm, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Qperelta 4: Camp Mini-Manoa 2, 3: Ivladriqal Club 3, 42 Trail 2 3, 4: Baslrefball I: Cross Counlry Track 2, 3, Firzsimmons, Maxine-Bus. Ed. G. A, A. I. Flanders, Louise-College Frep, Annual Slall 3, 4: Edilor-infclniel 4, Ass? ECI, 32 Cornrnencernenf Speaker 4: Clnrrn. ol Corwo. Corrvrn, 4: Cnoral Club 3, 4: Clwrm. Cliurclw App. Campaign 3: Camp Miniwanca 2, 3: Clwrm. A. Y. F. Cgnler-ence 3: Honor Soc. 3. 4: Sludenl Assembly I: I. I-I, S, P, A, Convenfion 3, 4: Club Comm. 3: Lab. Eng. Ass"r 2, 3' Glee Club 2: Boolf Club 2: House ol Repr. I, 2, Speaker Pro. fern. 2. Foley, Norma-General. Bible -I fa QW ,wr , -'UW 1 A x - I - 454 may Club 2: Girl Reserves I, 2, 4: Glee Club 4: Eng, Ass? 3. Fouse, Vera-Bus. Ed. G. A. A. I. Fowler, GaroId-- General, Honor Soc, 3, 4: I.ocl4er CII, 3, 4: Lalin Club 2, 3: Uslner 3. Fowler, Roberl-College Prep. Annual Circulalion Manager 3, 4: Baskelball 2: CI'1oral Club 3: Sr, Ex. Comm, 4: Glee Club 2. Framplon, Jane-Voc. Home EC. Cboral Club 3, 4: Deans Assll 4: Glee Club 2: Jr, Red Cross 3. Frosl, Eleanor-College Prep. Choral Club 3, 4: Operella 43 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Seoy, 31 Biology Ass'I 4: Jr. Red Cross I: Gilee Club 3. Fullinglon, Harrie+'I?I3us. Ed. OII. Ass'I 3, 4. Gardner, Donald-Pre Ap, I3ean's Assll 3, 4: Monilor 3: Track 4: Baseball 4: I-I. R. Pres, 4. CLASS GF .5 X- . 'www vf' alas .,, F 6?-r vw-1. ' .131 5- fa 'Mann hrs.. "Ir: 'vm if Us AS N A G on i ki i 094 Gibson, Belly-General. Gerard, Esfher-Voc, Home EC. Girl Reserves 3, 4: Plwy. Filness Ass? 4: G. A. A. I: Glee Club 3: Hep Cars Club 2. Gillespie, Delilah-General, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Biology Ass? 4: Lib. Ass? 4: Monilor 3. Gilmore, Bob-College Prep. Dramalic Club 3, 4. Gooding, Rosemary-General. Girl Reserves I, 2: House ol Repr, 2: K. Y. C. 2. Gordon, Lois-General. Gowen, Mary Jane-General. Graham, George-Pre-Ap. Granger, William-General. Graves, Doro'rl1y-Voc, Home EC. Greene, Donna-College Prep, Sludenl Assembly I, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Convo. Comm, 3: Soc, Aclivilies Comm. 4: l.alin Club 3, V.APres. 3: G. A, A, I: Dean's Ass? 2. Gulley, Faye- Voc, Home Ei. Deanls Ass? 4, Hall, Roberl'-General. L, ,, Arl Ed. Annual 4: Class Play 4: Dramalic Club 3, 4. V.- PFSS. 41 Arl Associalfon 2: Baslrelball I. Hall, Dean- General, Hi-Y 3, 4: Torclw Club 2: House ol Repr. I, 2: Spealcer Pro. lem. 2: Lalin Club 2: Garb Comm. 3: War Ellorls Comm. 4: Service Flag Comm, 4: Dean's Ass? 3, 4: Baseball I. Iflamillon, Palsy-College Prep, X-Ray 3. 4, Page Ed. 4 Dramalic Club 3, 4: Choral Club 4: Co- Clwrm, Prom Decoralions Comm. 3: Hoosier Girls' Slale 3: Glee Club 3: House ol Repr. I, 2: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Arl Associalion 3, 4: Book Club 2, 3, 4: Lib. Ass? I, 2: Guidance Oli. Ass? 4: Hep Cars Club 2, Hanna, Barbara-College Prep. Ex, Council 4, Sec'y, 4: Dramalig Club 2, 3, 4:Cl1oral Club 4: Glee Club 3: Dale Comm. Prom 3: Jr, Red Cross 3: I-I. R. Pres, I: H. R, V.- Pres, 2: Lib. Ass? I: lvionilor I, 2, 3, 4: lvlonilor Comm. II6 ol 1944 . 'war-sg, 6 1 f , Zn' , WWF' 'T-'Z"' Gibson, Belly Gerard, Eslher Gillespie, Delilah Gilmore, Bob Gooding, Rosemary Gordon, Lois Gowen, Mary Jane Graham, Georqe Granger, William Graves, Dorolhy Greene, Donna v Gulley, Faye W' Hall, Roberl Hall, Dean Hamillon, Palsy Hanna, Barbara Hans, Wilma Hardin, Ne-Iva Harmon, Barbara Haulli, Rulh Hawlrins, June Heineman, Pafricia Heiney, Vivian Heller, Kalhryn Hellerl, Barbara X 4: XAPaf 33 Annual Lilerary Slall 3, 4. Hans, Wilma- General. Choral Club 3, 4: Sludenl Ass? 4. Hardin, Nelva-Bus. Ed. Harmon, Barbara-General. Choral Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Hep Cals Club 2: Prom Comm, 31 Srudenl Ass? 2: H. R. V.-Pres. 2: H. R. Pres. 4: Operella 4, Hauff, Rufh-College Prep. Honor Soc, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Sr, Er, Cor-nm, 41 Boolf Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: House ol Repr. I, 2, Seoy, 2: Chemislry Cadel 4: Head Monilor 3, 4: Monilor Comm. 4: Girl Reserves 3: French Club I, 27 Fashion Design Club l, 2: Jr. Red Cross 4: lnlormal Dance Comrn. Chrrn. 4. Hawkins, June-College Prep. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: House ol Repr. I, 2: Hep Cals Club 2. Heineman, Palricia-General. Honor Soc. 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 House ol Repr. lg Lib. Pxssfl 2, 3: Knillinq Club 2: Hep Cals Club 2. Heiney, Vivian-General, Girl Reser- Hensley, Farada Herbsl, John Herfenslein, Belle Hiday, Richard Hill, Brillon ves I, 2, 3: Fashion Design Club I, 2: Sludenl Ass'l 3, 4. Heller, Kalhryn-General. Glee Club I, 2. Hellerl, Barbara-Bus. Ed. Glee Club 3: Dean's fNss'l 2, 3, 4. Hensley, Farada-Voc. Ao. F. F. fx, I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Walchdog 2: Dislricl and Slale F. F, A, Convenlions 3: H. R. Pres. 2, 3. Herbsl, John-Pre-Ap. Herlenslein, Belle-College Prep. Page Ed, X-Ray 43 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Fashion Design Club 2. Hiday, Richard-Col Ieqe Prep. Foorball I, 2, 3, 4: House ol Repr. I: Lalin Club 3: Boolc Club 3 4: Traclc 3: Baslcelball 2, 3: Prom Queen Cornrn. 3: Garb Comm. 4: H. R. Seoyalreas. I: Hoosier Boys' Slale 3: Dean's Ass'l 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 4. Hill, Briflon-General. Fencing Club 2, 4, Pres. 2, 4, Inslruclor 4: Arr Associallon Membership Chrm, 2: H, R, Pres, 2. I lines, Donald Hines, Paul lrlilfle, Roberl Hodson, Ann Hollinqsworlh, Joan Hood, EdiI'I1 I-losier, Barbara Hoverrwale, Mary Belle I-loward, Bill Howard, Hayes lloward, Norma Hulzfman, Bill Humfleef, Wilma I-fumriclcllouse, Jean Hullon, Lois Ireland, Judy Isaacs, Jaclr lsenlwour, William Jarrell, Mary Frances Jarvis, Bellie Jobe, Evan Kermif John, Marflna JoI1nson,Berl Johnslone, Suzelle Jones, Slanley Karr, Mary Jane Keilli, Earlyn Kelly, Carler Kerr, Joan Kessler, Joan Hines, Donald-Pre-Ap. Hines, Paul-General. Hiffle, Roberl--leclw, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club 2, Hi-Y 4, Hodson, Ann-Bus, E, Hollingsworfli, Joan-General. Xl-Ray 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Arl Associaliori l, 2, 3: House ol Repr, 2, Hood, Edi'rl1-General, Girl Reserves I, 2, 43 Jr, Red Cross l, 27 Lib, Ass'1 3, 4, l.ab. Enq,Ass'l 2: Wellare Comm, 4, Hall Display Comm. 41 Hep Cals Club 2, Hosier, Barbara-General. Band l, 2, Hover- male, Mary Belle-General. Girl Reserves 4. Howard, Bill--General. Baslfelball I, 2, 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4? Baseball l, 31 Traclf 2. Howard, Hayes-Tecln. Slude-nl Aggprrlbly 2, XYRay Rep: 3, 4,lor'1lw Club 2, CLASS Howard, Norma-College Prep, Huffman, Bill-leclw. Humfleel, Wilma -General. Humrickhouse, Jean- Colleqe Prep, Sluderil Assembly I, 2, 3, 41 Choral Club 2g G, A. A, I, 2, G. A. A. Council 2: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Hep Cals Club 2: War Ellorls Comm. 3. Hullon, Lois-General. Garb Comm, 3: H, R, Pres. 4, Hep Cals Club 3: Candy Counler 3: Monilor 3. Ireland, Judy- Colleqe Prep, Ollice Ass? I, 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross I: Booln Club l, 23 Candy Sland I, Isaacs, Jack-College Prep. Sr, Ex, Comm, 4, Hi-Y 3, 43 Jewelry Comm. 2: Garb Comm. 3: Locker Ollice Ass? 3: War Ellorls Comm. 4. ol I944 3 We R-ef' ,- TR 5' , 'Qs Isenlwour, William-Pre-ftp, Jarrell, Mary Frances- Gereral. Arr fiszoclafuon I, 2, 3, 47 Ar? Pxss'I 2, 33 Glee Club 27 Faslnlor' Design Club 4, Jarvis, Bellie-General. Glee Club 2, JI Girl Reserves 4. Jobe, Evan Kermif--College Prep. Jol1n, Marllma- General, Johnson, Berf-General. Hi-Y 3, 4: Prom Queen Comm, 33 H, R, Pres. 23 Hep Cale Club Z. Johnsfone, SuzeHe-College Prep. Jr. Red Cross 2: Class Play 4, Jones, Sfanley-General, Karr, Mary Jane- General, Clnoral Club 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2: G. A, A, I: Girl Reserves I: Operelfla 43 Arl Associarion 2. KeIfI'1, fly' rrrl I 3 ' ' ummm B5 We o Q ff U -' C A ll fm ,I I ' Wf Wy 'WM ,JIS ffwfe M6953 "' 'W I , I W , 4 rl 5 :Z A., 4 X , Ze -. , f ' W , , diy . ,chi iffy v f , 2 " ' M 55, , ' '73F7'Z,,Qbf '4?f4f',z0 If'2fW',f Earlyn+CoIlege Prep, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: H. R. V: Pres, 23 Hep Cals Club lg Jewelry Comm. 23 Amr, Youllm Foundalion Comm, 35 lvlorulor 2, 3.Kelly, Carfer- General. Clworal Club 3, 43 Madrigal Club 4: Operella 41 Glee Club 2, 3: Double Quarlelle 47 Boy's Trio 4. Kerr, Joan-Colleqe Prep, Honor Soc. 3, 43 War Ellorls Comm. 43 Clworal Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves 33 Hep Cals Club 23 Monilor 45 H. R. V.-Pres. 3. Kessler, Joan- Colleqe Prep, Sluclenl Assembly 23 Honor Soc, 3, 43 Glrl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Jr, Red Cross 43 Ollice Pxssll 2, 33 Lalln Club 23 Garb Comm. 33 K, Y. C, 2, CLASS ffm A2 415859, Ly I. fe Ke es lvlarflna-B s Ed Girl Reserves 2 3 Kin Ellen y , u. . . . g, - College Prep, Dramalic Club 3, 4: Sfudenl Assembly 47 Pep Sessions Comm. 4: Girl Reserves 3, Kingery, James- Teclw. Foolball I, 2. Kirchenbauer, Doroflwy-General. Kopp, William-College Prep. I-Ionor Soc. 3, 4. Kramer, Be'r+y-College Prep. I-Ionor Soc. 3, 4, Laliri Club 2, Girl Reserves 3: Hep Cals Club 2: Monilor 3: Class Ring Comm. 2. Lamar, Imoline-Bus. Ed. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4qI-Iep Cals Club 2. Land, Roberl--PreeAp. Landes, Billy-- General. Torch Club. LaRue, Rowena-Bus Ed. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3,41 Prom. Comm. Laux, Roberl-College Prep. Boolr Club I, 2, 3, 43 www Win MGE Yigtfw. Wx Srage Manager 3, 47 Torclw Club 2: Glee Club 3: Lalin Club 2: I-louse ol Repr. I, 23 Lab. Ass'+ 4. Lawler, Franlrlin -College Prep. I-Ii-Y 3, 4, Srudenl Assembly 43 Torclw Club 2: Garb Comm. 3: I'I. R. Pres. I, 3: Prom Decoralions Comm. 3. Leavell, Norma-General. Leever, Marfha-General. Glee Club 2: Bible Club I, 2. Legg, Hilcla-General. Glee Club 2, 3: Larin Club 3: G. A, A. I, 2, 35 Lib, Ass'I 2, 3: I-Iep Cals Club 2. Leonarcl, Marilyn-College Prep. Girl Reserves I, 33 I-Iep Ca+s Club 2. Lewis, Gladys-Bus. Ed. Choral Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Girl Reserves I, 2, 31 Jr. Red Cross 2, 33 Ivlonilor 3: PI. R. Seoy. 2: Operella 4, Lewis, Naomi- ol 1944 fl? W Qs A175 Q.-au., 1' "X, we 'WP' Veg, I-Iorne Ez. Lewis, Uma-General .I-Iep Cals Club 2, Linking, BeHy-College Prep. War Ellorls Comm, 4: Ass? a+ Lunclw Sfand 4. LoI1r Carol--Bus. Ed. Prom Comm, 3: Girl Reserves 4: Srudenr Ass'r 2, 3, 4, Lowe, Eugene-General, Arr I, 2, 3, 4. Lowman, Belly-General, Class Treas. 4: Er, Council 3, 4: Trees. 4: Sludenr Assembly 2, 3: Clnorol Club 3, 4: I-Ionor Soc. 3, 4: X-R57 3- 47 Ed- 47 BOOL Efclnange Comm, 3, 4, Cl1rm,4: Girl Reserves 3: Conyo. Comm, 3: House ol Repr. 2: Ex. Comm, 4, Lowman, Ka+l1erine-Bus, Ed. G. A. A. I. 2, 3, Lowry, Jacqueline-- College Prep. Lalin Club 4, Treas. 4: IVIOUIIOV 4: Girl Keyes, Marfha Kinq, Ellen My Kingery, James Kirchenbauer, Dorofhy Kopp, William Kramer, Be-Hy Lamar, lmoline Land, Roberl' Lanes, Billy LaRue, Rowena Laux, Roberl' Lawler, Franlxlin Leavell, Norma Leever, Mar'II1a Leqg, Hilda l.eonard, Marilyn Lewis, Gladys lewis, Naomi Lewis, Uma Linlrins, Belly we WW Lolnr, Carol Lowe, Eugene Lowman, Belly Lowman, Karherine Lowry, Jacqueline Luse, Eudella LuH'on, Edward Lyncl'1,Ani+ra Main, Diclr Malaguerra, Elmer Reserves 4: Biology Ass'l', 4: Sr.-Pac, Dinner Dance Comm, 4, Luse, Euclella-General. Lu++on, Edward-General. Lynch, Anilra-College Prep. Clworal Club 3, 4, Seoy- Ireas. 4: Operella 4: I-Ionor Soc, 3, 4: Jr, Red Cross 4: Larin Club 2, 3, Pres. 3: Glee Club I, Accompanisl 4: Orclveslra I, 2, 3, 4: Lib, Ass"r 3, 4: Clworal Ensemble 4: Head Monilor 4, Main, Dicli-Colleqe Prep, I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Comm, I, 2, 3: Deans Ass? 4: Prom Queen Comm. 3: Class Trees, I: I-I, R, Pres. I, 2, 3: lorclw Club 2: Bus. Manager Annual 4. Malaquerra, Elmer-General, Indian Ivlascol 4: Ex, Comm, 4: Prom Decorlions Comm. 3: Glee Club 4: Jr, Red Cross I, 2: Dean's Ass? 3: Hep Cals Club 2: Spanish Club I. Conyo. Manis, Jane Manuel, Jane? MarI'indaIe,I:'1a Jene Mason, Mildred Maxwell, An:-a Mayes, Lesfer McCIin+oclc, Wayne llccord, l"I"'zwa McCreary, Ifennelh McGiIlicucIdy, Belly 371' McGuire, Pafricia McFadden, Jeanne McKinney, Mary McLain, Mary Igu Meikel, Anne Milam, Tlielrwa Miller, Anna Lee Miller, Bill Miller, Joan Mohler, Joe -JY CLAS S Moore, Frances Moore, Gene Morris, Marilyn Morse, Roberi Mosley, Maurice Morehouse Howard MuIviI1iII, Marilyn Musselman, Gilberf Muslin, Mary Myers, Helen W' Lexi Manis, Jane--General, Manuel, Janef-College Prep, Honor Soc. 3: Sludenl Ass? 2. Marfindale, Ima Jene- Colleqe Prep. Clworal Club 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club I, 23 Lib. Ass? Club I, 21 Jr. Red Cross 23 I-I. R, Sec'y-Trees. 3: Operelra 4: Class Aclivilies Comm. 2: Monilor 4: 3 Gene's and e Jack Quarlel 4. Mason, Mildred-Voc. Home EC. Glee Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves I, Knilrinq Club I. Maxwell, Anna-General. Girl Re- serves I, 2. Mayes, Lesler-Pre-Ap. Mcclinfocll, Wayne- Bus. Ed. Glee Club. McCord, Norma--Bus. Ed. Girl Reserves 2, 33 I-I. R. Pres, 4. McCreary, Kenne+I'1-Pre- Ap, McGiIIicuddy, Belly-College Prep. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 47 Science-Mallw 2: House of Repr. 2. R it nf:- McGuire, Pafricia-College Prep. Clioral Club 3, 43 Glee Club 21 Girl Reserves 2, 43 Operella 4. McFadden, Jeanne-College Prep. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Raclcel Swingers 27 Jr. Red Cross 4. McKinney, Mary-Bus. Ed. McLain, Mary-College Prep. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orclieslra I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 3, 4, Sec'y 43 Sludenl Assembly I, 3: War Ellorls Ex. Comm. 45 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. I, 2, 4, Inler-club V.-Pres. 3: Camp Minivvanca 22 House ol Repr. I 2: Lab. Englislw ASSII 2: Head Monilor 4. Meilrel, Anne-College Prep. X-Ray Page Ed. 3: I. H. S. P. A. 33 H. R, Pres. 45 Red Cross Repr. 2, 33 Guidance in-nys I77 ol l .. nl, t X 'F' G. ,, Q' X rv i Wwx Nr--f 'wt' is .N r Q44 Mill , Www We fo 2 Amr, 4 X 0 ,,,, 7, ,fl . 1 'W' 1. if . ' 4 , 3 g X, 7 I4 4 f 5 H, Q WW? j 5 , . Z, -gig 3 , 4 . 1 R273 ' if W , ,www mn f V my 404-.W AJ? mam. 'QW W, Assf 3, 4: G. F. A. I. Milam, Thelma-General. Miller, Anna Lee-General. Girl Peserfes 2, 3, 4, Dramalic Club 2, 37 Lib, Assll 2. Miller, Bill-College Prep, Hi-Y 3, 47 Sfudenr Assembly 2, 3: Er, Council 3: 'lraclf 3, 4, Baslcelball lf Annual Salesman 3: Bool Ezclwanqe 2, 32 SOC. Aclivifies Comm. 3, Monilor 2, 3. Miller, Joan- General, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: X-Ray 4, Deans Ass'l 2. Mohler, Joe-Pre-Ap. Moore, Frances-Bus. Ed. Moore, Gene-General. Boolf Club 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres 2, 3, Seoy-Trees, 4: Jr. Conserva- lion Club 4, Sec'y-Trees, 4, Usliers Club lp Amr. Youlli Foundalion Comm. 35 Sludenl Assembly lj Class Gllicers Norniriaring Comm. l. Morris, Marilyn-General. Morse, Reber?-College Prep. l-lonor Soc, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 41 Hi- Y 3, 4, V.-Pres, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 41 Baslcelball 2, 3,47 Pep Session Comm. 3 4, Clwrm, 43 l-louse ol Repr, lg Sludenl Assembly 2: S. A. S. C. Comm. 2: "A" Club 4, Pres. 4: Head ol Honor Sludy Hall 41 War Ellorls Cgmm, 4. Mosley, Maurice-Pre-Ap. Morehouse, Howard-Teclw. Mulvilwill, Marilyn-College Prep, Clworal Club 3, 41 Dremalic Club 3, 47 Girl Reserves I, 2, 47 l-lonor Soc. 3, 4, Musselman, Gilberl-Voc. Ag. 2-yr, Lefler Man in Voc. Ag.: F. F. A. Muslin, Mary--Bus. Ed, Glee Club 2. Myers, Helen-General, Girl Reserves. ll ? H l if T , . F' .. 'Q' 'Il CLAS S Mass sm, x-Nik ies I new .Q L44 www We as 'fr f . , ss., I I Nr '93, fwwrw as 'YE' '---m1 Myers, Neva-General. Nealis, Mary-General, Kirk- land, Raymond-General. Dramalic Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Camera Club I, 27 Coriseryalion Club li Class Play Comm. 45 Prom Decoralions Comm. 33 Co-Clirm. Prom Dale Comm. 3. Nevin, Doris--General. NicI'1oI,Vir- ginia-Bus. Ed. I-Ionor Soc. 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Science4MaIIi Club 23 K. Y. C. Ii I-I, R. Pres. I: I-I. R. V.-Pres. 23 I-I. R, Sec'y 4. Norlon, Marl-College Prep, I'IiAY 3, 4, Ireas. 43 Sludenl Assembly 3: Jr, Conservalion 3: I-louse ol Repr. I, 23 Torclw Club 2: Science-Mallw 41 X-Ray Repr. I, 2, 3, 43 Monilor I, 2. Nudding, Marilyn- Colleqe Prep. Girl Reserves 33 Arr Associalion 3, 4: Jr. Garb Comm. 3. Nunley, Emma Jean-Bus. Ed, Sludenl Assembly 45 Jr. Red Cross 2: I-Ionor Soc. 3, 41 Glee Club 2: Head Monilor 4. O'Connor, Mary Evelyn-College Prep. Glee Club 25 I.aIin Club 2: Jr, Red Cross 4: I-Ionor Soc. 3, 4: Moriiror 3, 4. Os+Ier,JoI'1n-Tecli. I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Dramalic Club 4, Radio Club 3: Annual Salesman 3, 4. Pancol, George-College Prep. Hi-Y 4: Commoncernenl Speaker 4, Sludenl Assembly I, 2: Torch Club I,23 Lalin Club 25 Orclieslra I: I-Iep Cals 2: X-Ray 43 Amr. Legion Speech Award 4. Parker, George-General. Pafiengale, Margie-College Prep. Payne, Belly-Bus. Ed, Perry, Geraldine-Bus. Ed. Pelligrew, Joe-Voc. Ag. 4 Year Q R ol 1944 Lelrer man in Voc. Ag.: E. E. A. Pelfigrew, Mona-Gem eral. Girl Reserves 2, 47 G, A. A. I, 2, 33 Camera Club 2. Pheanis, Richard--Bus. Ed. Baseball I, 3, 4, Baskelball I3 Hi-Y 3. 4: Jr. Red Cross 3: Garb Comm. 37 I-I. R.V.- Pres, It "A" Club 4. PiHenger, Barbara-Bus. Ed. I-Ionor SOC. 3, 43 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Sludenl Assembly I, I-I. R. Pres. 2: IPI. R. Sec'y.-Trees. I. Plafl, Jacqueline- General, Glee Club I, 45 Girl Reserves I7 Lib, Ass'I I, 2: I'-Ionor Sludy I-IaII 4. Plefcher, Roberla-Colleqe Prep. Choral Club 4, Girl Reserves 4: Glee Club I, 2. 3: Operella 4. Porfer, Anile-- Bus. Ed, Moriiror 3: Posey, John--General. Price, Vonda-- Myers, Neva NeaIis,Mary Kirkland, Raymond Nevin, Doris Nichol, Virginia Norion, Mari Nuddind. Marilyn Nunley, Emma Jean O'Connor. Mary Evelyn Osller, John Pancol, George Parker, George PaHengaIe, Margie Payne, Belly Perry, Geraldine Pelfigrew, Joe PeH'igrew, Mona Pheanis, Richard Pi'He1"er, Barbara PlaH, Jacquelne Plefcher, Roberia Porfer, Anira Posey, John Price, Voncla Prokos, Lisfa Provence, Edifh Randolph, Marqarel Raper, Pauline Pariden, Roberf Redick, Joan College Prop. Glee Club 3, 4. Prokos, Lilsa-General. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Finance Chrm, 3, 4, GirI'5 Council 3? XRGY 3, 41 I-I. R. V.-Pres. II.Ir. Red Cross I, 23 Prom Relreshrnenl Comm. 3, Kniilinq Club 3. Provence, Edifh-College Prep. G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 3. Treas. 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Ass? GirI's Gym 2, 3, 4: X-Ray 3: G. A. A, Council I, 2, 3, 41 I-Iep Cars Club 2, Randolph, Margaref-Bus. Ed. Lib. Ass'l 3. Raper, Pauline -Bus, Ed. Band 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves I: Jr. Band I. Rariden, Roberl'-General. Eoolball I3 Baslfelball Ii Jr, Conservarion Club 2, 3: Display Comm. 7, 3: Srudenl Assembly I. Redick, Joan-General. Girl Reserves I, 2: Dramaric Club 2, 3: Jr. Red Cross 3. Radicla, John Redick, I.IarqareI Reed, NVaIIcr Reed, VViIIiam Rclford. Marlha Rell, William Reynolds, Miriam Rhodes, Marilyn Rich, Lawrence Riclreffs, Ralph Riqqle, Naomi Rinlrer, Irma Rirch, Belly Robbins, Belly Rockwell, Mary Rufh Rodecap, BTII Roemer, Ca :I Roof, Don Roseberry, Vivian Roush, Joan Rowe, Robeii Samuels, Wanda Saunders, Charles Saylor, Eugene Scampmorle, Josephine Schaller, Arline Schlabach, Don Schlossberq, Gerald ScI1midI,Ger+"ude Schoonover, Edith Redick, John-General. Jr. Conservalion Club I. Redick, Margarel-General, Girl Reserves I: Glee Club 2, Reed, Waller-Voc. Ag, F, F, A. I, 2, 3, 4: Voc. Ag. Leller Awards 2, 3, 4: I-Ionor Soc, 2: Voc, Ag. Baslrelbnll 4. Reed, William-Bus. Ed, Camera Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, 42 Foolball I: Porm Queen Comm, 3. Relford, Marfha-Bus. Ed. G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Rel'1,WiIIiam-Pre-Ap, Jr. Red Cross Repr, 2. Reynolds, Miriam-College Prep, Deans Ass'I 2, 3: G. A. A, I: Glee Club 2: Madriqal 4: H. R. V.-Pres. 4. Rhodes, Marilyn-College Prep. Sludeni Assembly I: Ex, Council 2: I. A. S. C, Convenlion 2: l'l. R, Seoy, I, 2: Class Trees, 2: X-Ray 2, 3, 4, Page Ed.3: I, I-I, S. P, A, 3: Dramalic Club 2, 3, 4: C-irl Reserves I, 2,3,4:Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Operella 4: Sl. Teachers Cqnvenlifin 2: Amr, Legion Oralorical Conlesl Winner 37 SGC. Acliviles Comm, 2, 4: Girls' Council 2, 3 Seoy. 2: Bot-I Club 2: Ex. Comm, 43 Open I-louse Play 2: Prom, Pelreslrimenl Cr-mm. 3: Ed. News Bureau 42 Corn' CLASS mencemenl Speaker 4' Clee Club 3: Hep Cals Club 2: Pep Session Comm. 2: Enq. Ass? 2: Monilor 2, 3. Rich, lawrencc+Pre-Ap, X-Ray Produclion 3: Annual Produc- rion 3, 4: Deans Aisl I, 2, Riclcells, Ralph-College PVCD. II. R. Prez, I, 4: Jr. Red Cross I: I-lep Cals Club 3: Prom Queen Comm. 3: Traclc I, Riggle, llaonwi-Gem 'I. Rinlier, Irma-Colleg Prep. 6. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Seey, 3, Pres, 4, Council I, 2, 3,41 XfRay 4: Choral Club 3, 4: Ind. Slale Choral Music PSSINGI 4: Camp Miniwanca 4: Mad. Counly Founder Fellowship 4, Seoy. 4: Cnmmencemenl Speaker Allernafe 4: Qperella 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: B4-,ok Club 43 Glee Club 3: Jr, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: I-Iep Calg Club 2: K, Y, C, I, 2: Racquel Swingers I, 2: I-Iep Cars Club 4: I-I, R, Pres, I: l'l, R. Secly 2, Risch, Befiykfi-eneral, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Garb Cgmm. 3, I7ls .4 ol - .1,, 3 , 5 N , W xilkh om g -qi .1 ' fs 'I Y 35 X I 'E 4 Q Q-. X af Q 'l'J.'7" -V s. I 1944 H 1 'KS' .. 'I - ku: l ,. . Z . ,Il ff' -. L . . M . rg W X , . I NX .- X, 1--f-5-5 J' 11,41 ,W I In X3 ,AU I f 591 5 1. 1 .. .iff U fs M lei 'fe W- ' . 1 gs. I -f . FN 4.4, vw fha cg -- " fi 5-I Q . A A Z4 -hw 11 , AAAA .,.. I Q I "'AA W, .Q fn, V A . I . V W ff .1 ,x fl ? Robbins, BeHy-General, I-Iep Cars Club 3. Rockwell, Mary Rulh-Geferal. Girl Peserves I, 2, 41 lf. Y. C. li I-len Cr: Club 3' Srudenr Assembly 3: Glee Club 2. 3. Rodecap, Bill-General. Choral Club 42 Airplane Club Qj Glgg Club 3, 4: Archery Club I, 27 Hep Cars Club 27 I-I, P, lJ,Pf.55, 33 X-,f+ Aggqgiarion 2, 3. Roemer, Carl- Qerveral. Roof, Don-General. Band I, 2, 3, 42 X-Ray Reps. 4. Roseberry, Vivian-Sen-eral. Girl RESBWQS I, 2, 3, 4j Mgalmf 2, 43 I-I, R, Sealy.-lreas. 4: Band I. Roush, .loan-General, Jr, Ped Cross 3: H, P. Setly,-lreas. 4. Rowe, Roberf-General, Baseball 2, 3.SamueIs, Wanda- College Prep, Girl Reserves 3, 41 I-Iep Cars Clllb 3? GIS? Club 33 Prom Comm. 3. Saunders, Charles-College Prep. Choral Club 43 Madriqal 4, Cvlee Club 33 Dramalic Club 37 P,-gm Quiggn Comm, 3: War Ellorls Comm, 45 I-I. R, Pres. I, 2, Saylor, Eugene-Tech. Track 23 I-Iep Cars Club 3t Radia Club 3: Jr, Red Cross 4: I-Ii-Y 4. -AZ .if5'Qk'i7 O-Zrfjaff 433' I-,fre is ,.,r,,r .f V W I 'Rx We erm? 4-Um LJ' . QA., f , , , . Scampmorle, Josephine-College Prep. X-Roy 3, 4, Page Ed, 41 Sludenf Assembly 23 Girl Reserves I, 2,3,43 Dramalic Club 2, 3, 4: I-Iep Cars Club 2: Jr. Red Cross I. Schaller, Arline-General. Schlabach, Don--General. Hi-Y 3, 41 Choral Club 2, 3, 41 Swealer Comm. 3: Boll 43 Baslrelball I: Track I: Glee Club 23 Ivlonifor 3. Sclwlosssberg, Gerald-General. Boolr Club I, 2, 3, 43 Jr, Conservalion Club 3, 4: Candy Sland 3, 43 I'-louse ol Repr. I, 27 Jr. Red Cross I. Sclwmiclf, Gerfrude-Bus. Ed. Siudenl Assembly 3, 4, V.-Pres. 43 X-Ray 3: Honor Soc, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Garb Comm. 3: Jewelry Comm, 2: Club Comm. Chrm, 41 Jr, Red Cragg 23 BOOL Club Z7 I-Iep Cars Club 2: Forensic Club It Lib, Ass'I 2, 3: Lab. Eng. Ass? I, 2, 3: Fashion Design Club 4: Bus. Ed. Ass? 4.Scl'1oonover, Edifln-General. Band I, 2, 3, 41 Girl Reserves 3, 4, Cabinel Member 4: Sludenl Ass? 4, 'J . ' 3 ,,' ',. - . J' 71Zv,' rl r Q' I 4... ,yy 'gf-1 Km .f fn f AIM' 2 - I ff I 4 ' N we A? , 1. A, ,gc 1, Q 'J l CN ,, I ,lb C L A SS .F Il. W .flllilillii .5 sw , A .ve Q.. X N1 gmfiga ,ws Vim .qyvy Schreiner, David-College Prep. Deans Ass'l 3: I-I, R. Pres. 4.SeipeI, Marie-Buslfd. lvlonilor I, 3: K. Y. C. I. Self, Junior-General. Sells, Joan--College Prep. X-Ray 3, 4, Ass'I Ed. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3,4-: Lalin Club 2: lvlonilor 3: Deans Ass'I 2: I-loner SOC. 4. Sharpe, Mary--Bus. Ed. Glee Club. Shaw, Bernice--Bus. Ed. Shipley, Donna-General. Sludenl Assembly 3: I-lonor SAC. 3, 41 Knillinq Club I: I-lep Cals Club 2: Lib. Ass'+ 2. Slnroul, Marvin-College Prep. Sr. Ex. Comm. 4: Ushers Club I, 2: Sludenl Assembly I: Jr. Conservalion Club I, 2: Deen's Assll 4-.Siler Rulh-Colleqe Prepuslliles, Bob- Baslrelball I, 2. 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Coll 2, 3, 4: Secy "A" Club 4. A96 ""1?' W6 rw' Smifh, Alberl-General, Smi'I'h, Belly-General. K, Y. C. I: Girl Reserves T, 3. Smilh, Mariorie-College Prep. G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Trens, 4: Band I, 2, 3:6-irl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: I-louse OI Repr. I, 2: G. A, A. Council I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2: Prom Place Comm. Chrm. 3. Smilh, MaryQV0c. Hrnrwe EQ. Beck Club 3, 4: I-Iep Cals Club 2: G. A. A. I: Ileuse AI Repr. 2.Smilh, Priscilla-General. Smilh, Wilma-Bus. Ed. X-Ray Repr. 2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 3: Archery Club I, 2: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Boolc Club 3, 4: G, A, A. 4: Sub Deb Club 2: Sludenl' Ass'l 2, 3, 4: lvlonilor 2, 3: H. R. Sec'y I. Snapp, Belly- 'W 41.5 :his 'wav , l28 ol IQ44 E171 .ff ,,..5v1g ' v, . g, . - ' f ' Schreiner, David ' 1 Seipel, Marie fx IK K ,V.- , 45? Self, Junior 3 Q., r girl Jog w V Mggff' Sharped ary 'K A aw, ernlce Shipley, Donna Slwroul, Marvin Siler, Rulli Slciles, Bob UW.. WL IZ? General, Snyder, James-Pre-Ap, Radio Club I: Jr, Con- servalion Club 4. Solxol, Wanda-Bus. Ed. Girl Reserves l: G, A, A. If Sludenl Ass? I. Souders, William- General. Sludenl Assembly 4: Clleer Leader 4: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4. Soullwam, William-Pre-Ap. l-lonor Soc. 3, 4: X-Roy Rroduclion 3, 43 Annual Produclion 3, 43 Sluclenl Assem- bly 2. Spangler, Delberl-General, Clloral Club 3, 45 Band 2, 33 Training Clioir 3: Deans Ass'l I: Hep Cals Club 2' Torcll Club 2. S earman Fred-General Slanle , P I - Yi Ceinwen-General. Glee Club l. Sleiner, Florence- Smill1,Alberl f, Smilli, Belly Smillw, Mariorie Smillw, Mary Smilh, Priscilla Smilll, Wilma Snapp, Belly Snyder, James Solrol, Wanda Souders, William Soulliam, William Spangler, Delberl Spearman, Fred Slanley, Ceinwen Sleiner, Florence Sleplien, Paul Slinson, Donald Slolllemyer, Jean Sloul, Treva Slressel, Adeline College Prep. Glee Club 2: War Ellorls Comm, 4, Sleplwen, Paul-College Prep. Dramalic Club 2: Boolr Club I. Slinson, Donald-College Prep, l-li-Y 3, 43 l-l, R, Pres. 2: l'l. R. Seoy.-Treas. 3, 45 War Ellorls Comm, 4: Boys' Clwrm, Garb Comm. 3. Slolllemyer, Jean-General. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4i Ollice Ass'l 2, 3: Dean's Ass'l 43 War Ellorls Comm. 4, l-l, R. Pres. 3: Class Ring Comm. 25 Sluderil Assembly I: K. Y. C. 2. Sloul, Treva-College Prep. Girl Reserves 3, 45 G, A, A. 4: X-Rav Repr. 2, 3: Fasllion Design Club 4, I-lep Cals Club 23 Boolc Club 4. S+resseI, Adeline-General. Girl Reserves 3, 4: Biology A5s'l 33 Ticlrel Qllice 4, Aclivilies Comm. 4. CLASS Sluarl, Richard Summers, Charles Summers, Inlelen Sumner, Caswaldan Tallen, Wanda Tarvin, Hildred Taylor, Don Taylor, Helen TayIor,Joan Teler, Fredericlr Thompson, Norman Tilus, Mary Joe Toombs, Jack Toombs, Jeanne Toner, Thomas Toops, Dororhy Tracy, Bill Trainer, Phil Tranbarqer, Mary Jo TriI::beH', Margaref Tucker, Donna Tucker, Roberf , Tyler, Doris I Uflev, Ber+ha Valenline, Anna May Valenfine, Sally Vermillion, Vesfa Vermillion, Winifred Walker, Ann - Wallcer, Eugene , Z 4 I E Sluarr, Richard-Tergh. Torch Club I, 2: Annual Sales' man 2: Sr. Card Salesman 4: I-Ii-Y 4. Summers, Charles- General. Summers, Helen-College Prep. lol. R. Seoy- Treas. I: Girl Reserves 2, 4: I-Iep Cars Club 2: I.a'rin Club 2: Garb Comm. 3: Prom Queen Candidare 3. Sumner, Cas-General. Tallen, Wanda-General, G. A. A. 4: Girl Reserves 4: Maiorerle 4: I-I. R. Pres. 4, Tarvin, Hildred--College Prep. I-I, R. Sec'y-Treas. I, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2: X-Ray 3: I, I'I, S. P. A, 33 I-len COTS Club 2. Taylor, Don-General. Commenbemenl Spealcer 4: Book Club 3: Sludenl Assembly 3. Taylor, Helen- Goncral. Girl Reserves I: Gln-e Club 2, 3, 4: DGOHIS Ass"r 3. Taylor, Joan-General. Teler, Fredericll-Gem eral. Sludenl Assembly I: Jr. Red Cross 2: Locker Oflice Ass'+ 3, 4: I-I, R. Pres. 4. Thompson, Norman-Pre-Ap. Tilus, Mary Joe-General. G. A. A. I, 2, 3: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Racquer Swingers I, 2, Sec'y 2: Phy. Ed. Ass"r 25 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3.4: Hep Cals Club 2. Toombs, Jack-General. Glee Club 2: Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Madrigal 4: I-Ii-Y 4: Operefla 4: Yell Leader 4. Toombs, Jeanne-General. Glee Club I: Choral Club 3, 4: Opererla 4: Candy Sland 4. Toner, l ' fur.. I 'V ' Q", fi 4 Him 'vs , N. l' .Q-A x 'XT' X. Z X. . E C ii C '37 1 J' 4 , , l ,V il, i , f ' 1 r i ,Riffs Club 4, Toops, Dororhy-Bus, Ed. Deans Ass'+ 4. Tracy, Bill- Colleoe Prep, Pagio Club I, 2, 3: Track 3: l-lep Cais C1UbQg Mgniigr 27 Airplane Club 2, 3: Camera Club It Foofball I, Trainer, Phil-College Prep. Dramaiic Club 3. 4j Qpefil-iguge 4: Prom Queen Comm. 32 Deanls Assll 2! 3: Airplane Club 2, 3: l-li-Y 4.Tranbarger, Mary Jo- College prep Girl Regerfes 2, 4: Jr, Red Cross I: l-lep C545 JCiub 2: Moniior 4, TribbeH, Margaref-College Prep, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: Book Club l. 2. Thomas-Cgwerj Club 4' Fefiiifiq 42 6lSB fm , fb- ffg .LZ W 'i i 'mf M .W ' 357 ffl?- vw-4, ,QM 1 f f X Q f,,, 1 wx f.,, ,I wg., -ff, 'we Tucker, Donna-General. Tucker, Roberf-Bus, Ed. Arell- ery Club I. Tyler, Doris-General, Girl Reserves I, 2: Glee Club 2: Book Club l, 2: Kniiling Club 2: Hep Cali Club 2. U+ley, Berlha-General, Valeniine, Anna May- College Prep. Valenline, Sally-Voc. l-lome EC. Girl Reserves 3, 4. Vermillion, Vesfa-Bus. Ed. Vermillion, Winifred-College Prep. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Ex. Comm. 4: House oi Repr. l, 2: Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, Sedy 3: Book Club 2: Guidance Oliice Ass? 2, 3, 4. Walker, Ann- Colleqe Prep. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: l-l, R, V.-Pres, l, H, R, Sealy-Trees, 4: Garb Comm. 3: l-louse of Repr, l, 2: Hep Cars Club 2, Walker, Eugene-General. li ii , ,m ile Qin- ' ,wan -w"igg,, ,. beam. , ,. - K X, f ri F , msggzyfs ,V , ,,f -,f,,,. ' .s:'E53L'QV ' f V . ..:f,f,,r15, ,-f , K W ,,,,,, we ft-f ani- mf 4-40" Wampole, Gene-College Prep, Annual Plriofograplwer 2, 3 4: X-Ray Rlriofoqraplier 2, 3, 42 Class Play 43 Eng, Assll 3, 4' Radio Club I, 2, 3, Pres, 3: Camera Club I, 3, V,- Rres. 3, Walson, Mary-General. Glee Club I, Weal'I1er- lord, Jeanne-Bus. Ed. Honor Soc, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3' Jr, Red Cross 47 Class Ring Comm. 2: Garb Comm. 32 Sfudenl Assl 2, 47 Monilor 3, 47 Hep Cals Club 2, Wellons, Ralpln-Pre-Ap.WI1ea+, Mariorie-College Prep. Dramalic Club 3, 4, Pres. 4: Class Play 4: Honor Sort. 3 4' Head Monilcr 37 Ci-lrm, Relreslwrnenrs Comm, Prom 3: Hep Cals Club 2: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Lib. Ass? 4, Lab. Eng, Ass? 2. Wl1i'r+alrer, James-College Prep, HLY 2 3 4, V,-Rr-es, 3' Ivlcnilor 2, Wilcox, Roberl-General. fr Ct'serva'ln' C ub Ii Torrn Club 2: Hi-Y 3, 4' Trail. I H R, Rreg I- I-I, R, If-Rres 2 3' Airplane Club CLASS 'mf .nam ' fvw ,.4.ff,,,f A im 1 . ,, ,rw ,I if Q 5 X, I iw, A , f L"9""ig f xy x 4 , is , 6 wi " A I 99 I 7 K S ,H ,I 1' s '52 Q I 535, My ' V, , J' -1 - '71, " " ,C 2 .wig I. Wilhi+e, Palricia-Bus, Ed. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4? I-louse ol Repr.: Honor Soc, 3: Sludenl Assembly I: Jr. Red Cross I, Williams, Esflwer-Bus. Ed, Williams, Jael:- College Prep. HIYY 3, 4, Pres. 4: Sr, Er. Comm, 41 War Ellorls Comm, 45 Monilor I, 2, 3, 4, Torch Club 23 Deans Ass? 33 Hoosier Boys' Slale 3: X-Ray Repr, I, Williams, Juanila-Bus. Ed, Williams, Mae Ellen-Col lege Prep, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3: Deans Assll 27 Ivlonilor 3, Willis, Marvin-Voc. Ag. Tlwree Year Leiter Man in Voqalional Aqricullureq Fulure Farmers al Amr, Pres, 4, Wilson, Jaclr D.-Pre-Ap. Baslrelball I, 23 Foolball I. Wilson, Jaclr I.-Tetlw Wilson, Leila-College Prep, Honor Soeielv 3, 4: Dramalic Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2' Camp Minlwanca 3, 4: Head Ivlonilor 43 X.R5y 4, I32 ol l944 Wampole, Gene Wafson, Mary Weafherliorcl, Jeanne Wellons, Ralph Wl'1eal', Mariorie Wliillalcer, James Wilcox, Roberf Will1i'le, Palricia Williams, Esllwer Williams, Jack as se af- ,M 'V' 'T' "- W WW S'Ii"iV7CEalW5'l7 Club 4: Deans Ass? 2. Wilson, Palricia- College Prep. Girl Peserfes 2: l-lep Cars Club l Windlan, Bob-College Prep. Woodall, Barbara-Gem eral, l-lep Cars Club 27 Girl Peseryes 3, Wriglwf, Charles-General. l-li-Y 3, 43 Ex. Council 4, Sludenl Assembly 47 Jr. Conservafion Club l: Garb Comm, 3. Wrigl1l,Delberl-General. Baslelball 2, Foolball l. Wyanf, Norma-College Prep. Girl Reserves 2, 3 4 War Eilcrls Comm. 4: Class Play 4, l-lep Cars Club I l-louse of Repr. 23 Lila, Ass'l 4, Candy Sland 4. Yales Jacqueline-Bus, Ed. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Eng. Ass'l 37 l-l. R. Sec y.-Treas, ly Vnilling Club 3: l-louse ol Repr. 21 l-lep Cals Club 31 Candy Sland 4: Discipline Comm, 4. Yocom, Mildred-College Prep. X-Ray 47 Lib, Ass'T 4 Girl Peserves 3, 4: lf. Y. C. 3. Yorlr, Edifh-General. I33 Williams, Juanila Williams, Mae Ellen Willis, Marvin , V Wilson, Jack D. Wilson, Jack l. Wilson, Leila Wilson, Palricia Windlan, Bob Wooclall, Barbara Wriqlrl, Charles gf., KM f Wrighf, Delberl ,' Wyanf, Norma Yales, Jacqueline 54 Yocom, Mildred Yorli, Edilh York, Roy Young, Doris Yus+, Jacqueline Zedelrar, Marian Zerlrle, Roberf Girl Reserves 3, 47 K. Y. C, 2. Yorlr, Roy-Pre-Ap, Young, Doris-Voc, Home EC, Choral Club 2, 3,1-1, Glee Club li Girl Reserves 35 G . A. A. 3, Yusl, Jacqueline--College Prep. Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 41 Monilor 3: l-lep Cals Club 2. Zedelrar, Marian-College Prep. Class Play 43 Honor Soc. 3, 43 l-l, R. Pres. l, 23 l'l. R. Seoy.-Treas. 33 War Ellorls Comm, 4, Ex. Comm, 47 Ollice Ass'l 3 4: Lib. Ass'l 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 41 l-lep Cals Club 2, Jr. Red Cross 35 K, Y. C. 2: Zerlrle, Roberl'- Tech. Class Pres. 45 Class V.-Pres. l, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 43 Honor Soc, 3, 4: Clirm, Prom Queen Comm. 3: Boys' Slale 2: American Youll: Foundalion 3: Class Play 43 Annual Salesman 35 Picnic Comm. lg Class Jewelry Cornrn. 25 Monilor 3: Ex, Council 4. Anderson, George--General, Cabasier, Lorene-Gen eral, Cafer, VViIIiarn-General, Arr Association I, 2. Cheever, William-General, Honor SOC. 3, 4. Daugherfy, Annalee-General, I-Iep Cali Club 2,Dovey, Idamae -General, Smdeni ASQ? 2, 3. Horfon, MargareI-- General, James, Clyde-General. Jones, S+anley- Geneiul, Kelly, Ronald-General, Kirchenbauer, Jack -'Pro app, Neff, Richard-Pre-App. Mafliison, Clarence -Bus, Ed. Moclc, Malcom-General, Padgefl, Barbara- Ceneial, Painfer, Charles-General, Peebles, Richard- Eenvfal, Reger, Bryon-Pre-Ap, Rayn, James-College Prop, Frencln Club 2: Prom Tiglcel Comm. 3, Smiflw, Arnold-General, Tracl 2, 3: Cross Counfry 2, 3. 4, Specll, I"IugI1-College Prep, I-louse of Repr, 2: Fencing Club 3: Jr, Red Cross 2.TempIe, David-Pre-Ap. Wilson, Raymond-General, Baslcelball I, 3, 4: Trarlr I, 2, 3, -I. Zook, Roberf--General, IN MEMORIAM ,B f I X "' CHARLES WAITMAN Died November 24, I943 ASS QI 1945 PRESIDENT - - SUZANNE MARRER VICE-PRESIDENT - RICHARD HAMILTON SECRETARY BETTY LOU WILLIAMS TREASURER ---- JO ANNE BUSBY Sponsors - - mee. 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Q, The SIere of GreaIer VaIues The QuaIiIy Cer-ner 8Ih and Main OFFICE SUPPLIES DRAFTING SETS AND SUPPLIES Remember us when I-IiIIer and I'IirohiIo are gone and we have PorIabIeTypewriIers and FeunIain Pens in unIirniIed sup- pIy again. "EVERYTHING FOR EVERY OFFICE" 0 I 1.1 Jw I T X! O .g-' Sgr . ,Ly :V as Wim lliiaffz ah RIGI-IT ON IVIERIDIAN STAT I2I2 DIAL 4404 T-Tere's The haberdashery Tor The young men oT Anderson. AnyThing Trom e handkerchieT To a Top c:oeT and suiT oT c:loThes may be obTained in This esTablishmenT. IT you wanT your ouTTiT To be a "Joey" one, jusT be sure To sTop aT This hTTTe nook on Meridian STreeT TusT norTh oT 'l'weTTTh. Also, ET you wenT To make an impression on your "one and only," jusT go To her house decked ouTTron'1 head To Toe by The boys aT Andersn's n'1osTup-To-daTe rnen's shop. 35 w ma - 'W' Yes, you'ye guessed IT, iT's The Tl-TANK YOU, STUDENTS. EOR YOUR PATRONAOE 0 We Will ExpecT You Again NexT Fall V. Nl. C. A. Caleteria BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS lf you have any money leTCT see us abouT Real EsTaTe and lnsurance W. l.. Day 84 Son IO36 Meridian STreeT STROCK BROS. THE NEXT BIO OCCASION IS MATRIMONY HARDWARE WE CAN HELP WITH THAT TOO Charles RiTTman 930 Main STreeT Phone 37l9 KGSFBQZ lTlOVV6VS lVlARlANOS CAFE COIVIIVIEIQCIAI. SERVICE CO LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET PRINTING BOOK BINDING L l xx, .AMX X- X r S N A X X NX X XQAX W.- X le- rl CAN You LOCATE p4 ANDERSON, S, INDIANA? A A The world is big, and Anderson a pin point on the map. Yet from Delco-Remy's factories in Anderson go prod- ucts that serve in the four corners of the earth-vital electrical units and equipment for trucks, tanks, com- bat cars, half-tracks, bombers, fighters, PT boats and landing craft. The Seabee with his bulldozer and the farmer with his tractor, the soldier in an amphibious "Duck" and the driver of a home-front truck, the PT boat officer and the civilian car owner . . . all may depend on electrical equipment built by Delco-Remy in Anderson. MAH CD. VRLHA' BY RAND MCMXLLY G COMPANY, CHICAGO To the Graduating Class of 1944, Delco-Remy extends hearty congratulations and good wishes. Many of you, we feel sure, will find your opportunities and make your homes in this city where you received your educa- tion. And if those of you who journey to distant places Should want a reminder of Anderson and the old days, just take a look at the electrical equipment on your car, tractor, truck, motor boat or airplane! Chances are that the name-plate will read: "Delco-Remy, Anderson, Indiana." Good luck! DEVISION, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, ANDERSON, INDIANA You enrer Jrhe srore from Meridian Slreer and imrne- dialrely nole Jrhal The place you are in is a roorn lilled wilh an air ol friendship. Approaching you is a clerk wilh a friendly smile on his lace. You Jrell him whal you wish To purchase and you are Jralqen care of in a cordial and courleous manner. You, iuslr as everyone else who wanls complele salis- laclion, ulmoslr courlesy, and high qualify merchandise, will be pleased a+ Q 4 I l How wnonrfs Smith I:IoraI Co. TI-IE LATEST STYLES IN CORSAOES EOR GRADUATION 0 700 I-Iigh SI. 8 W. I IIh SI. Phone 2- I 5 I 7 Phone 2-48 I 6 WI-IERE TI-IE ATI-ILETES AND 'MOST EVERYBODY EAT POST OFFICE CAFE IXIexI Io The PosI Office on I I+h SIreeI ' :AQ 1113 - I 4 IQTTEVMQ , I ,--70211. I w 55:11 ? I I I . fI M fi I if 1 . 5 FI ' Umm' MQ ' I I new sms QI?B5.'f-we-""""" NRA.. I-IOIvIE OE OIJALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS For line gills ol Coslume Jewelry, Perlumes, and casual ilems, il's jusl "67 Sleps Qll Meridian on IlJrl1." Also llle regular sleek ol ellwlelic equlpmenl ancl Office Supplies DlCIl4ll?'S, lm. I-E AIXIDERSCN HERALD 1 WITH CCDMPLETE CCVEIQAGE QF ALL I-HGH SCI-IOSL SPCDRTIIXIG EVENTS ..... AINIDERSCDIXVS M051 THQIQQUGHLV READ NEWSPAPER Adminislralion and Facully Anderson, Mignon, 36 Auslin, Mariorie, 22, 48 Bailey, J. J., 8, 41, 61 Baker, Frank, 39, 78, 140 Balyeal, Wilma, 42 Barner, Claude, Barr, Monllorl, 46, Bergevin, Paul, 50 Bonge, Carl, 50, 82, 88, 95, 97 Bowen, Donald, 49 Bowen, Therese, 45 Boyd, Ralph, 38 71 Brinson, W, H,, 45, 78 Brock, Agnes, 52 Brown, Kalherine, 48 Buchanan, Eslher, 62 Burns, Clarence, 50, 93 Campbell, Dorolhy, 39 141 Carson, Celia, 52 Chadd, A, R., 34, 35 Childers, Fousl, 35 Cleveland, Margarel, 52 Collin, Merrill, 40 82 Crulchlield, lna, 39 Cummings, Charles, 24, 53, 82, 83, 88, 93, 95, 97, 101,140 Davis, George, 40, 64, 83 Day, Bess, 22, 72 Day, Pauline, 38 Dye, Joseph, 50 Earl, Howard, 35 Finney, John, 41, 73, 147 Fleenor, Ray, 24, 41, 82, 97 Garrigus, John, 39, 50 Goss, Ella, 40 Grahame, Evelyn, 38 Grillin, Margarel, 22, 39 Hale, Lee, 50 llale, Marguerile, 38 Hallell, Herman, 46, 61 Henry, Mae, 38 1-ligrrlan, Alice, 41, 71 1'-lorlon, B. B., 46 Hosier, Basi1,, 45, 65, 107 Hoskins, Eslher, 38 Hughes, Helen, 38, 61, 135 Humphrey, Mary, 42, 78 Hunlzinger, Jesse, 50, 135 Julius, Gordon, 50, 73, 78 Julius, Wysong, 50 Kendall, Hazel, 39 Lamberl, Belly, 53, 102, 103 Lashbrook, Hazel, 49, 61 Leachman, Dorolhy 52 Lindsey, Howard, 37, 50 Lindslrom, Virginia, 41 Long, Lois, 41, 147 Lyon, Herberl, 48 McC1inlock, Lyman, 43 McClure, Haven, 39 McDowell, Roberl, 46, 82, 97 Malher, L, B., 25, 46 Mallhew, Clara, 35 Miller, 1-lerberl, 44, 45, 93, 141 Miller, Mary, 39 Milchell, Jusline, 46, 62 Morris, Dwighl, 50 Mullendore, Margarel, 46, 60, 107 Nagle, Fannie, 43, 72 Palmer, Mary Rulh, 42, 66, 67, 70 Pearl, Gilberl, 48 Pippen, Sarah, 49, 59 Porler, Slanley, 7, 16, 34 Preslon, Helen, 38 Rencenberger, Richard, 42, 68, 50 Rogers, Glen, 35 Sanders, Leo, 33, 37, 46 Schofield, Wilodean, 40 Sharpe, Howard, 50 Shinn, Vern, 24, 50, 82 Shirey, Arlhur, 7, 41, 59, 60, 61 Springer, O. L., 25, 41 Slewarl, B. R., 46 Slrickler, Geraldine, 43 Sloler, Fred, 45 Slulsman, Jesse 46 50, 78 64 INDEX Swlll, Clillord, 24, 53, az, 84, IO1 Thurslon, Mary Elhel, 39 Todd, Elgin, 45 Vermillion, Virginia, 39 Weaver, Fred E, 45 Whilson, Edna, 43 Wilson, H. B., 53, 74 Wrighl, Noland, 35 STUDENTS Abel, Mary, 154 Abel, Thomas, 23, 24, 82, 84, 95, 146 Abney, Mary Alice, 148 Achenback, Joan, 68, 148 Achor, Cleda, 16, 31, 102, 103 105, 108 Adams, Donald, 142 Adams, Mariorie, 61, 63, 69, 148 Adkins, Edgar, 65, 101, 148 Akins, Alice, 61, 62, 102, 108 Alalza, Evalyn, 67, 108, 136 Alalza, Paul, 65, 67, 70, 97, 142 Alexander, William, 68, 70, 142 Allrey, Juanila, 142 Allnr-1, Rosalie, 148 Allen, Evelyn, 9, 108 Allen, Marilyn June, 76, 79, 108 Allen Shirley, 60, 62, 68, 108 Allis, Bill, 68, 148 Allison, Pally, 109 Allman, Dorolhy, 148 Helen, 109 Wilma, 20 Allman, Allman, All, Belly, sz, los Amos, Belly, 109 Amos, Jo Ann, 148 Anderson, Bobby, 148 Anderson, Dorolhy, 148 Anderson, Geneva, 142 Anderson, Henriella, 142 Anderson, Janella, 148 Anderson, Joe, 24, 64, 82, 84, 86 90, 91, 92, 94, 101, 108 88, 89, Anderson, Louise, 136 Anlrobus, Thelma, 148 Applegale, Joe, 67, 108 Armslrong, Donald, 23, 24, 65,84 95, 97, 142 Armslrong, George, 136 Arnold, Loreene, 108 Arnold, Sam, 148 Asbury, Belly Jane, 148 Asbury, Rosemary, 108 Ashby, David, 74, 75 Ashby, Norma, 63, 148 Alkinson, Marian, 148 Alwell, Grace, 148 Alwell, Maxine, 108 Alwood, Alice Jean, 108 Alwood, Mary Lou, 63, 142 Aynes, Edwin, 148 Aynes, Jimmie, 142 Ayres, Marlha, 76, 109 Babcock, Jim, 142 Bach, Ernesl, 136 Badger, Elnora, 53, 63, 102, 148 Bailey, Thomas, 65, 142 Baker, Bobby, 148 Baker, Eclilh, 60, 62 Baker, Emilie, 102, 103, 148 Baker, Gloria, 63, 142 Baker, Jack, 136 Baker, Jack L., 148 Baker, June, 109 Baker, Phyllis, 102, 103, 142 Baker, Vern, 16, 76, 109 Baldaul, Bob, 27, 61, 64, 71, 84 101, 136 Baldaul, Rulh, 62, 109 Baldwin, Belly Jean 136 Ballard, Doris, 136 Ballard, Wanda, 102 Ballinger, Roberl, 16, 58, 136 Bancroll, Donald, 142 Bancorll, Jean, 148 Bankslon, 1cie,61,62, 102,109 Barber John, 26, 60, 64, 71, 76 109, 297 Barg, Peggy, 142 Barkdull, Geneva, 148 Barkdull, Joan, 108 Barker, Rosemary, 108 Barnes, Lena, 148 Phillip, 136 Barnes, Barnes, Virgil, 84, 86 Barnes, Barnes, Virginia, 108 Wayne, 48, 108 Barnharl, Belly, 109 Barney, Mildred Maxine, 136 Barrell, Charles, 109 Barrell, Helen, 154 Barlh, Nancy, 154 Barlon, Wilma, 148 Bales. Donald, 38 Bales, Phyllis, 102, 148 Balhauer, Nalalie, 66, 142 Bauer, Gene, 47, 142 Baumer, Myron, 148 Baule, John, 74, 75, 148 Bakler, Bob, 142 Baxler, Donald, 73, 109 Baxler, Kalhryn, 69, 70, 148 Beal, Mary, 69, 70 Beal, Olis, 65, 73, 142 Beall, Louise, 109 Beall, Norma J, 148 Beamer, Less, 148 Beason, Carl, 154 Beally, Joseph, 67, 143 Beally, Mary Jane, 154 Beck, Beverly, 60, 79, 110 Beckne1I,Juanila, 61, 142 Beemer, Kalherine, 148 Belangee, Gaynolle, 142 Bell, Vivian Joan, 148 Bell, Lillian, 136 Benclen, Shirley, 63, 148 Beneliel, Georgia, 39, 61, 136 Bennell, William, 110 Benzenbower, Helen, 142 Benzenbower, William, 148 Beresford, Barbara 102, 148 Berry, James, 142 Berry, Sally, 12, 13, 53, 66, 110 Bess, Joyce, 63, 142 Bevelhimer, Paul, 24, 84, 95, 97, 148 Bramming, Kennelh, 18, 21, 67 71, 116, llo Branch, Joseph, 148 Branch, Phyllis 62 Brandon, Jerry, 101, 148 Brauchla, Carl, 142 Bray, Richard, 65, 142 Breece, Marilyn, 110 Breese, Donna, 154 Brewsler, Opal, 142 Bricke Bricke r, Berlha, 136 r, Norma, 63 Bridges, Fred, 148 Bridges, Roberl, 148 Brighl, Brighl, Dorolhy, 110 Grace, 154 Brighl, Virginia, 142 Brighl, Virginia L., 136 Brinduse, Mary, 148 Brinduse, Rulh, 61, 71, 136 Brizendine, Max, 148 Broadnax, Alberl, 82, 86, 97, 136 Broadnax, Richard, 142 Broadnax, Sadie, 148 Brock, Brock, Brock, Brock, Brogd John, 97, I48 Palricia, 11l Phillip, 73, 136 Kalhrine, 154 en, Elizabelh, 111 Brooks, Belly, 66 Bronnenberg, Ada, 148 Bronnenberg, Charlolle, 63, 142 Bronnenberg, Glenn, 111 Bronnenberg, Jo Ann 67, 111 Bronnenberg, Neel, 16, 58, 65, 142 Brolhers, Myrlle, 148 Brown, Barbara H., 63, 102, 142 Brown, Barbara Joanne, 63, 66. 142 Brown, Belly Lou, 102, 148 Brown, Beverly Jo, 136 Brown, Boneilla, 148 Brown, Brown, Donna, 136 Jack, 65, 84, 142 Brown, Jo Ann, 136 Brown Brown Brown Brown Louis, 83, 148 1 Margarel, 136 , Helen Maxine, 136 , Norma J , 68, 148 Brown, Norman, 69, 70, 142 Brown, Paul, 67, 142 Brown, Rulh, 68, 136 Brown Wilmer 136 Biddle, Eevlyn, 142 Billheimer, Phyllis, 148 Bilyeu, Doyle, 120 Bishop, Ann, 148 Bixensline, Edwin, 19, 64, 111 Bixensline, Hope, 66, 142 Black, Barbara, 148 Blackburn, Geneva, 136 Blackburn, Phyllis, 136 Blackburn, Mabel, 136 Blake, Norma, 148 Blolkamp, Belly, 136 Blolkamp, Rulh, 111 Blueher, Jayne, 146 Bluemle, Marilyn, 62, 136 Boaz, Belly, 61, 154 Boaz, Marian, 148 Bobo, Bob, 68 Boemer, Kale, 154 Bohlen, James, 148 Bolen, Roberl, 44, 64, 79, Bond, Janel, 111 Bonge, James, 97, 148 Bonner, Lowell, 74, 136 Boone, Collen, 136 Boone, Eddie, 154 Boone, James, 136 Bowman, Bob, 84 Bowman, Charles, 142 Bowman, Dick, 82 Bowman, Kennelh, 53, 86, 111 Doris, 22, 31, 60, 111 Bowser, Boze, Harry, 148 Bradley, Jack, 110 Browning, Kalhryn, 63, 69, 102 Broyles, Bob, 44, 111 Broyles, Max, 9, 59, 64, 66, 71, 136 Bryson, Joan, 61, 62, 136 Buchanan, Belly, 148 Buck, Caroline, 16, 53, 58, 59, 71, 111 Buck, Jeanne, 41, 63, 148 Bulen, Tom, 148 ' Bunce, Carl, 142 Burkhardl, Charles, 136 Burkharl, Louise, 136 Burl, Ronnie, 142 Burlon, George, 148 Burlon, Jo Ellyn, 63, 68, 148 Busby, Audrey, 66, 142 Busby Jo Anne, 30, 76, 97, 135, 136 Bushong, Alice, 148 Bushong, Margarel, Bussell, Richard, 26, 27, 73, 148 Buller, Ramona, 66 Buller Wanda, 110 Nile, 9, 110 Barbara, 110 Beverly, 110 72, 136 Bulner, Byers, Byrne, Byrne, Dean, 148 Jack, 148 Byrne, Byrne, Joyce, 136 Rodger, 100, Claris Ann, 72, 142 Byrne, Byrum, Calhoun, Alberla, 111 Calhoun, Oleda, 61, 142 Callendar, Roberl, 154 101,136 Feezel, Campbell, Beverly, 6, 72, 142 Campbell, Bill Joe, 44, 111 Campbell, Donald, 142 Campbell, Jack, 148 Campbell, Canada, Bill, 43, 68, 148 Canada, Mariella, 148 Canaday, Marian, 16, 25, 31, 59, Virginia, 148 eo, 7i, 78, iii Canlwell, Jimmy Lee, 60, 67, 70, 79, 136 Canlwell, Roberl, 83, 148 Caplinger, Lewis, 9, 67, 111 Carico, Kalherine, 63, 70, 148 Carico, Mary 1-lelen, 58, 62, 111 Carlile, Jack, 65, 142 Carmany, Jacqueline, 61, 136 Carmody, Joan, 63, 68, 148 Connelly, Cline, 149 Connelly, Rozella, 142 Conlos, Sandra, 136 Cook, Doris, 112 Cook, Joseph, 16, 58, 64, 71, 136 Cook Kalhleen, 149 Cook, Madonna, 142 Cook, Maxine, 102, 149 Cooke, Eloise, 68, 112 Cooper, Kalhryn, 63, 149 Copeland, Bruce, 149 Corn, Richard, 24, 84, 85, 95, 97 Cosllow, Rulh Ann, 70, 147, 149 Colhran, Barbara, 154. Couch, Roberl, 73, 97, 149 Counceller, Vida, 149 Counceller, Vivian, 67, 136 Coverdale, Billy, 136 Fosler, Carpenler, Donna, 66, 142 Carpenler, Donna Lee, 154 Carr, Kalherine, 111 Carr, Lewis Roy, 97, 148 Carr, Roberl, 38, 82, 84, 87, 97, 136 Carroway, Phyllis, 61, 148 Carler, Bob, 16, 58, 65, 73 Carler, Clillord, 96, 97, 98, Carler, William, 148 Carver, Joyce, 9, 40, 112 Carwile, Millon, 148 Casey, Jacqueline, 63, 142 Cassell, Jack, 154 Caslor, June, 136 Call, Lawrence, 61 Chambers, Cordelia, 136 Chandler, Grace, 148 Chandler, Velma, 148 Chaney, Janel, 136 Chapman, Billy, 148 Cheever, Harold, 148 lonadine 148 Cheever, . , Cheever, William, 53 Covinglon, Phyllis, 62, 66, 136 Cox, Bob, 83, 149 Cox, Charles, 70, 136 Cox, Gilberl, 136 Cox, 1-lelen, 62, 112 Cox, Lyle, 73, 77, 136 Craib, Dale, 142 Craib, George, 149 Craib, John, 64, 82, 97, 98, 112 Craib, Craib Mary, 136 Paul, 142 Craig, Emma, 112 Craig, Guy, 142 Craig, Joan, 149 Craig, Mary, 142 Craigmile, Belly, 154 Cram, Lola, 113 Cracelius, Roberl, 46, 136 Crisler, Dick, 149 Crisler, 1-lelen, 66, 136 Cronk, Alice, 154 Cronk, Myrlle, 136 Crosl Crosl ey, Palricia, 136 ey, William, 67, 149 Croslhwail, Gordon, 142 Childers, Delores, 61, 62, 112 Childers Kallnleen, 63, ss, 142 chile, John, 148 Clanin, Marvin, 148 Clark, Annella, 148 Clark Dale, 67, 136 Clark, Jack, 67, 72, 73 Clark Marilyn, 60, 62, 76, 136 Clark Clark Palricia 62 112 1Roberl, 11 361 Clarkson, Edward, 112 Clausen, Paul, 73, 142 Clay, 1-larold, 142 Claylor, Belly Lou, 136 Cleaver, Barbara, 16, 31, 59, 107, 112 Croxlon, Rex, 142 Crouse, Morris, 149 Crump, Keilh, 136 Crume, Joyce, 149 Crusmire, John, 149 Cue, Marvella, 63, 149 Cummings, 1-lelen, 113 Cuneo, James, 76, 136 Cuneo, Janice, 154 Dalby, Susan, 66 Dallon, Eva, 113 Dare, Keilh, 113 Darlinglon, Charlolle, 25, 70, 112 7 70 Darwin, Carolyn, 21, 42, 6 112 Davenporl, Jack, 6, 17, 25, 2 107, 112 Davenporl Mariorie, 66, 142 Davidson, Peggy, 149 8, 64 Clem, Belly June, 148 Clem, Billy, 16, 65, 67, 84, 142 Clem, Joan, 62, 112 Clem, Paul, 154 Clem, Wililam, 58, 74 Clemons, Mariella, Clemenls, Frances, 66, 142 Clemons, Juanila, 148 Clillord, Doris, 66, 142 Clillord, Roberl, 73, 97, 148 Coale, Marilyn, 61, 63, 148 Coales, Carroll, 113 Cobb, Belly, 148 62,102,113 Davis, Bonnie, 149 Coble, 5a1lie,62, 136 Coburn, D'AiiCe, 43, 63, 149 Cochran, Barney, 64, 71, 84, 113 Cochran, lenn Ray, 112 Cochran, 1-lazel, 66, 136 Cochran, John, 82, 84, 87, 97, 98 Cochran, Keilh, 65, 66, 67, 142 Cochran, Pauline, 58, 63, 149 Colley, Billy, 149 Callings, John, 67, 142 Collins, James, 53, 60 Collins, Lloyd Marion, 61, 149 Complon, Earl, 149 Complon, Rose, 136 Condon, Charles, 65, 84, 97, 142 Condon, 1-lelen, 63, 149 Conley, Rulh, 136 Davis, Don, 154 Davis, Ellen Mae, 142 Davis, Fred, 154 Davis, Francis, 61, 142 Davis, Marianna, 142 Davis, Mary Anna, 142 Davis, Nellie, 149 Davis, Norma, 142 Davis, Paul Eugene, 101, 149 Davis, Raymond, 112 Davisson, William, 101 112 Day, Donald, 112 De Ford, Violel, 149 Dellaven, Sue, 136 Dehorily, Bill, 83, 101 Dehorily, Ann, 149 Delph,1-larold, 113 Delph, Neva, 149 Denlinger, 1mogene,42, 113 Denny, Alberl, 83, 136 Denny, Richard, 65 66, 69, 70, Denl Mar arel 16 58, 60, 136 ' i Q i i Denlon, Roberl, 154 Delienne, Marlha, 154 D'eVinney, Roberl, 23, 24, 46, 82, 95, 97, 98, 136 DeVore, Gilberl, 149 Dew, Alyce, 62, 66, 136 Dew, William, 51, 113 DeWeese, Helen, 113 Dexler, Jacqueline, 62, 68, 70, 136 Dick, Roberl, 114 Dielzen, Joan, 60, 114 Dielzen, Lucille, 61, 63, 149 Dielzen, Waller, 136 Dillion, Billy, 74, 136 Dills, Thelma Josephine, 62, 142 Dilllinger, Inez, 142 Dixon, Eva Mae, 149 Dixon, Jarrel, 69, 97 Dixon, Wilma, 114 Dobson, Belly, 63, 142 Dollar, Dorolhy, 149 Dollar, Marion, 114 Dollens, James, 142 Dollens, Marilyn, 41, 63, 149 Doolillle, Paul, 154 Dorsey, Ben, 154 Douglas, Beverly, 48, 149 Douglas, Beverly, 53, 72, 115 Douglas, Bill, 154 Douglas, Norman, 101 Dovey, Belly, 61, 115 Dovey, Gwenelh, 149 Downham, Cleda, 149 Downham, 1-lelen, 149 Du Bois, Glen, 149 Duckwall, Bernard, 69, 136 Duhn, Irene, 40 Dunn, Lilas, 149 Dunn, Malcolm, 154 Dunn, Norman, 115 Duranl, Kalhleen, 102, 103, 115 Durbin, Charles, 149 Durgan, Pally, 62, 66, 115 Durrer, Margarel, 115 Duvall, Margarel, 62, 136 Dyson, Su7anne, 60, 62, 114 Eaker, Belly Lou, 149 Eaker, 1-larold, 142 Early, Allen, 154 Early, Norma, 63, 149 Easlman, June, 66, 114 Ecoll, James, 149 Ecoll, Nadine, 149 Eckenberg, Shirley, 149 Eckhardl, Mable, 142 Edelson, Bennie, 142 Eden, Lee, 136 Edens, June, 63, 149 Edenburg, Lyle, 149 Edgeman, Bill 65, 83, 142 Edwards, Bob, 26, 27, 16, 58, 59, 65,73,101, 147,149 Eggman, Eunice, 136 Eggman, Gale, 58, 149 Ehle, Glen, 154 Ehle, Phyllis, 114 Ehrhardl, Sandra, 149 Ehrhardl, Virginia, 61, 137 Ehrhardl, Bob, 114 Eldridge, Jack, 61, 65, 84, 97, 149 Ellis, Jim, 73, 101 Ellis Joanne 102 Ellis, Ramona, 154 Ellis, Thom, 6 Ellison, 1-larriel, 142 Elmore, James, 84, 97, 149 Ellsworlh, Elhel, 143 Emmons, Barbara, 143 Endicoll, Geraldine, 63, 149 Englerl, Charles, 137 Epperly, Charles, 149 Erskine, Carl, 24, 64, 81, 82, 88, 89, 90, 92, 94, 100,10l, 105,137 Ervin, Marilyn, 149 Eskew, Keilh, 137 Eslelle, Jim, 154 Elchison, Dick, 154 Eubank, Russell, 137 Eulsler, Doris, 154 Eulsler, Laramine, 143 Eulsler, Rex, 149 Evans, Dick, 143 Evans, Lois, 16, 58, 67, 70, 115 Everell, Lou Ann, 102, 115 Fadely, lslea, 149 Fadely, Nila, 149 Fadely, Theodore, 115 Farley, Jack, 97, 143 Farley, James, 137 Farlow, Pally, 61, 154 Farmer, Evelyn, 137 Farmer, Harry 24, 82, 84, 87, 88 91, 95, 97, 98, Farmer, Marlha, 115 Faulkner, Ann, 63, 143 Fausell, Barbara, 149 Feemsler, Phyllis, 154 Beverly, 63, 149 Fenimore, 1-lelen, 60, 115 Ferree, Jeanelle 149 Fidler, Bill, 97, 143 Finley, James, 143 Finley, Roberl, 137 Fischer, Allrella, 137 Fisher, Elizabelh, 66, 143 Fisher, Gene, 14A1 21, 47, 58, 61 67, 70, 115, Fisher, Gene, 11A1 61, 149 Fisher, Margarel, 102, 103, 143 Fisher, William, 143 Filisimmons, Maxine, 40, 114 Flanders, Louise, 1, 31, 60, 67, 78 1 14 Flanigan, Belly, 149 Fleenor, Don Deena, 60, 79, 137 Fleenor, Wilella, 149 Folger, Sherley, 9, 39, 137 Folsom, Bernice, 66, 143 Follz, LeRoy, 73, 149 Forse, 1-larry, 16, 59, 61, 64, 71, 82, 93, 101 Forlner Norman, 61, 83, 137 Jimmy, 154 Fosler, Fosler, Jo Anne, 61, 63, 149 Margarel, 137 Fouse, Phyllis, 154 Fouse, Vera, 114 Fowler, Bob, 12, 13, 40, 115 Fowler, Garold, 44, 60, 115 Fowler, Janie, 6 Fowler, Kennelh, 143 Fowler, Marian, 137 Fowler, Mary Jane, 61, 62, 66, 143 Fox, Belly, 149 Fox, Norma Jean, 63, 143 Framplon, Jane, 67, 115 Francis, Barbara 137 Frank, Jean, 149 Franke, Roberl, 64, 84, 97, 137 French, Mariorie, 60, 137 Friddle, Loren, 137 Fried, Roberl, 137 Frosl, Eleanor, 67, 115 Frye, 1-larry 64, 73,137 Fuller, Carolyn, 137 Evelyn, 143 Fuller, Fuller, Lois, 42 Fuller, Wayne, 143 Fullinglon, 1-larriell, 115 Funk, Charlolmae, 143 Funk, Wallace, 149 Funkhouser, Annabelle, 66, 143 Funkhouser, Barbara, 149 Gable, 1-lall, 149 Gallamore, Donald, 38, 97, 149 Gallamore, Roberl, 137 Gallegly, Bill, 149 Gardner, Don, 115 Garringer, Rex, 137 Gaunl, Marlha, 61, 143 Gavin, Dolores, 149 Gayle, Jeanne, 66, 149 Gayle, Pally, 149 Gellinger, Lyla, 143 Genda, Dorolhy, 68, 70, 102, 143 Genda, Joan, 143 I Genda, lmogene, 66 George, Mary Francis, 149 Hanneman, Beverly, 154 Gephardl, Thom, 79, 137 Gephardl, Max, 24, 64, 73, 149 Gephardl, Mildred, 61, 63 Gerard, Eslher, I16 Gerkin, Jacgueline, 149 Gibson, Belly, 116 Gibson, Bob, 65, 143 Gibson, Dolores, 137 Gibson, Joan, 149 Gillespie, Delilah, 116 Gilmore, Janice, 137 Gilmore, Rogerl, 126 Ginn, William, 74 Givan, David, 97, 149 Givens, Rulh, 143 Glazer, Bob Boyd, 18, 70, 149 Glazer, Bob Carl, 72, 149 Glen, Polle, 154 Glover, Rulh, 63, 66, 143 Gead, Belly, 102, 103, 149 Goble, Donell, 84 Goble, Paul, 95 Goerz, Melvin, 83, 137 Goldsmilh, Lenora, 149 Good, Pauline, 137 Gooding, Phyllis, Ann, 149 Gooding, Rosemary, 17, 116 Goodwin, Eileen, 63, 66, 143 Gordon, Charles, 149 Gordan, Curlis, 149 Gordon, Lois, 116 Gore, Odell, 24, 95 Gosling, Marylene, 62, 137 Gowen, Mary Jane, 117 Gray, Gowen, Phyllis, 143 Goyer, Marilyn, 143 Grady, Mead, 10, 58, 73 Graham, Graham, Ella L., 143 George, 117 Graham, Mildred, 149 Graham, Roberl, 26, 61, 83, 143 Granger, Roberl, 58, 65 149 Granger, William, 117 Granl, R oberl, 65, 143 Granlharn, Mack, 154 Graves, Dorolhy, 117 Gray, Arlene, 65, 143 Gray , Barbara, 149 Gray, Charles, 101 Gray, Dona, 22, 143 Gray Edward, 143 Gray, Joanne 16 Gray, Roberl Leroy, 82, 99, 137 Gray, Roberl Lewis, 72, 97 Margie, 137 Grealhouse, Norma Jean 137 Green, Belly Jean, 137 Green, Clyde, 24, 95, 97 Dorolhy, 143 Green, Green, Jack, 25, 76 Greene, Donna, 16, 58, 60, 61, Greenland, Palricia, 63 143 Gregg, Ronald, 137 Grieb, Sidney, 150 eiilliii, Pelly, ee, 143 150 Grimes, Harry, 61 Groble, Nancy, 63, 149 Groves, Marie, 63, 150 Guerin, Ralph, 150 Gulley, Faye, 116 Gulley, Sarah, 137 Guslin, Donald, 84, 78, 101, 150 Guslin, Gwinn, Peggy, 61, 143 Belly, 63, 66, 143 Gwinn, Blake, 24, 84, 85, 95, 97 Gwinnup, Donald, 137 Gwynn, Joanna, 143 Hadley, Helen, 63 Hagan, Geneva, 150 Hahn, Barbara 63, 150 Hahn, Eileen, 137 1-1aigh,Jo Anne, 137 Hainly, Norma, 150 Hair, Mary Lou, 68, 150 Haler, Rosemarie, 143 Haley, Joan, 68 Hall Dale 137 Hall, Delores, 137 Hall, Jack, 65, 143 Hall, Pally, 137 Hall, Phyllis, 154 Hall, Roberl 25, 26, 28, 53, 64, 71, 78, 116 Hall, Ray, 84, 101, 150 Hallell, Dorolhy, 63, 150 1-lamillon, Charles, 65 1-lamillon, Jack, 154 Hamillon, Jo Ann, 143 Hamillon, Joesph E, 150 Hamillon, Joesph, 150 Hamillon, 135, 137 Hamillon, Roberl, 58, 84, 150 Hamillon, Tom, 24, 27, 84, 97, 150 Hancock, Georgia, 150 Handley, Lee 16, 58, 65, 141, 143 1-lanna, Barbara, 21, 59, 66, 71, 79 116 Hannalord, Roberl, 16, 59, 65, 71, 143 Hans, Wilma, 117 Hardacre, Dallas, 150 Hardin, Nelva, 117 Hardy, Miles, 16, 58, 65, 143 Harless, Billie, 137 Harless, Jack, 143 Harless, Max, 77, 137 Harmon, Barbara, 66, 117 Harney, Norma, 102 Harris, Richard, 67 Harris, Roberl, 150 Harris, Wilda, 150 Harrison, Richard, 61, 67, 137 Harshman, Marvin, 83, 137 Harl, Melba, 61, 66, 143 Harlman, Donald, 150 Harvey, Mariorie, 58, 61, 63, 150 Harvey, Richard, 143 Harvey, William, 16, 58, 65, 143 Halch, Evah Belle, 137 Halhcoal, Glenda, 63 Hauck, Leonard, 150 Haull, Rulh,5, 31, 6O,72, 108,117 Hawkins, June, 62, 116 Hawley, Barbara, 68, 143 Hawley, Virginia, 68, 150 Hayes, Slella, 137 Haynes, Velda, 16, 58, 150 Hellin, Jackie, 150 Heiman, Bill, 150 Heinernan, Roberl, 97, 101, 150 Heinemarl, Palricia, 60, 61, 116 Heiney, Joanna, 60, 79, 97, 137 Heiney, Barbara, 150 Heiney, Vivian, 116 Helberl, Belly, 66, 143 Heller, Kalhryn, 116 Hellerl, Barbara, 116 Helmic, William, 65, 68 Henderson, Belly Jane, 66 Henderson, Beverly, 63, 143 Henderson, Roberl, 83, 150 Hendricks, Don, 150 Hendrickson, Clarence, 150 Henning, Helen, 51, 150 Henning, Richard, 150 Hensley, Jean, 150 Hensley, Farada, 9, 74, 75, 116 Hensley, Rose Mary, 61, 143 Herb, Palsy, 150 Herbsl, John, 117 Herrell, Elsie, 143 Herron, Beverly, 154 Hersley, lram, 150 Herlenslein, Belle, 76, 117 Hewill, Dora Mae, 102, 150 Hiall, Jesse, 83 Hiday, Francis, 54 Hiday, Lenna Mae, 154 Hiday, Richard, 82, 84, 87, 117 Hilboll, William, 70 Hiles, Gerald, 54 Hill, Barbara, 150 Hemillen, Peley,s3, 71, 72, Ve, 116 Rieheie, 64, efl, 70 1-Iill, Jean, 27, 102, 150 Hilliker, Belly, 143 Hinchman, Roberl, 137 llines, Donald, 118 Hines, Jack, 137 Hines, Paul, 118 1-lise, Palsy, 63 Hillle, Roberl, 27, 64, 68, 118 Hoard, Ella, 63, 143 Hodson, Anna, 118 Hodson, William, 150 Hollman, Leon, 137 Hollmasler, Belly, 63, 143 Hollingsworlh, Joan, 62, 119 Holloway, James, 24, 84, 97, 143 Holloway Lois, 61 Holloway, Wilber, 95 Hon, Jean, 137 Hood, Edilh, 62, 119 Hood, Wynona, 143 Hoover, O,K, 150 Hopper, Imogene, 143 Hornbeck, Georgella, 154 Hornbeck, Ray, 150 Horlon, Deloris, 47, 143 Hosier, Barbara, 119 Hosier, Jack, 150 Hosier, Louann, 143 Housh, Jack, 150 Hovermale, Mary Belle, 119 Heweid, Bill, 24, 81, 82, 84, sis, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94, 119 Howard, Hayes, 119 Howard, Nancy, 154 Howard, Norma, 118 Howard, Wendell, 60, 79 Howe, Kelurah, 66, 137 Howe, Marianna, 67, 137 Howensline, Jack, 65, 143 Hubbard, Maye, 147 Hudgel, Don, 68, 70 Hudson, James, 137 Hull, Warren, 143 Huller, Mary Louise, 150 Hullman, Donna, 137 Hullman, Kennelh, 150 Hullman, William, 44, 118 Hughel, Don, 143 Hughes, Palricia, 137 Hughes, Ralph, 73, 137 Hull, Marvin, 68, 143 Hulse, Carl, 143 Hulse, Madonna, 150 Hulse, Phyllis, 67, 70 Humbles, Edward, 43, 61, 68, 70, 150 lreland, Jack, 68 1reland,Judy, 119 lsaacs, Jack, 119 lsaacs, Marlorie, 150 lsaacs, Ray, 143 Isanagle, Gerald, 73, 150 lsenhour, Chancey, 154 lsenhour, Roberl, 150 lsenhour, William, 51, 119 -Jaclaey, Palricia, 143 Jackson, Mary Lou, 14 3 Jackson, Paul, 137 Jackson, Rulh, 150 Jacobs, Palricia, 137 Jager, Jerry, 150 James, Carl, 154 James, Charles, 64, 101, 137 James, Donald, 23, 24, 64, 84, 98, 137 James, Edward, 142 Jarrell, Mary Frances, 119 Jarrell, Ronald, 150 Jarrell, Mary Ann, 137 Jarvis, Belly Jean, 62, 119 Jarvis, Roberl, 61 Jessup, Lenora, 143 3 Jeslers, Barbara, 150 Jobe, Kermil, 40, 118 John, Bobby, 137 John, Marlha, 118 Johnson, Berl, 118 Johnson, Lois, 150 Johnson, Vera, 137 Johnslone, Marye, 63, 150 Johnslone, Suzelle, 118 Jones Joe 54 Jones1Anila, 137 Jones, Ann, 150 Jones, Billie Jo, 144 Jones, Marie, 150 Jones, Charles, 137 Jones, Dorolhy, 58, 137 Jones, Erma, 62 Jones, Lewis, 16, 144 Jones, Margarel, 144 Jones, Mariorie, 61 Jones, Marie, 102 Jones, Phyllis, 65, 150 Jones, Richard, 150 Jones, Slanley, 119 Jordan, Elwanda, 62, 76, 137 Jordan, Emma June, 137 Jordon, Virginia Madeline, 144 Judd, Beverly, 63, 102, 150 Karr, James, 97 Karr Mary, 119 Humbles, Harold, 137 Humerickhouse, Hurnerickhouse, Anna Mae, 154 Buddie, 68, 150 Humerickhouse, Imogene, 137 Humerickhouse, 118 Jean, 16, 58, 66 Humlleel, Marseille, 150 Humlleel, Wilma, 118 Humphrey, Roberl, 47, 65, 143 Humphries, Phyllis, 150 101. Humphries, Roberl, 143 Hungerlord, Jacguellne, 137 Hurll, Joanna, 66, 143 Hunl, Keilh, 61, 150 Hunl, Phyllis, 150 Hunler, Jean, 143 Hunler, Morlon, 143 Hunler, Roberl, 24, 84, 85, 95. Hulchens, Mary, 143 Beverly, Hulslar, 63, 143 Hullon, Charles, 84, 85, 150 Hullon, Eugene, 88, 91, 95, 101 Hullon Jack, 83, 143 Hullon, Jean, 61, 102 ,103 137 Hullon, Lois, 119 Hullon, Bob, 140 Hurd, Carolyn, 154 Hyndman, Lloyd, 58, 150 1Kasl, Eslher,137 lkasl, Eslher, 137 HGH, Dea,,,, 5, 44, 47' 64' II6, '24 Hill, Bl-i++0n, II7 lmel, Romona, 66, 143 Kaullman, Bob, 137 Kaullman, Joan, 63, 150 Kearns, Alberl, 75, 144 Keesling, Dorolhy, 67, 138 Keesling Eugene, 97, 98, 138 Keesling, Junior, 150 Keesling, Roberl, 150 Keilh, Earlyn, 62, 119 Kelley, Bi11ie,43, 150 Kelly, Agnes, 150 Kelly, Carler, 6, 67, 70, 119 Kellow, Buddy, 150 Kempher, Belly, 61, 102, 144 Kendall, Gerald, 54 Kendrick, Donald, 61 Kerr, Joan, 61, 66, 119 Kessler, Joan, 60, 61, 62, 119 Kessler, Roberl, 84 Kelner, Joseph, 97 Key, Janel, 144 Keyes, Kidwe Marlha, 120 ll, Maxine, 62, 71, 76, 138 Kidwell, Rollin, 144 Kimble, Richard, 74 Kimm, Ronald, 150 Kimmerling, Neva, 63, 150 Kincaid, Leon, 24, 84, 85 King Ellen, le, 71, 120 King Frank, 144 King King King King, John, 138 Kennelh, Lee, 150 Nola, 63, 102, 150 Roberl, 38 King, Teddy, 68, I44 King, William, ISO Kingery, James, I20 Kinnaman, Gordon, ISO Kirchenbauer, Dorolhy, I20 Kirliland, Raymond, 5, I8, 64, 7 76, ioa, I24 Kislcer, Belly, IS4 Kisller, Russell, 50 Kleyla, Donna, 72, l02, IO3, I44 Klineleller, Lucille, ISO Knighl, Mary Ann, 63, ISO Knobloclc, Rose Mary, I44 Kolenda, Edgar, ISO Kolenda, Mary, I38 Koob, I-Ielen, I44 Koob, Marlin, 67, I44 Kopp, William, 60, I20 Kramer, Barbara, I20, I44 Kramer, Belly, 60 Kreps, Diclc, ISI Kuhns, Dorolhy, ISI Kullensli, I-Ielen, I44 Kuslanborler, Shirley, 6I, I38 Lacey, Charles, 65, I44 Lamar, James, 95 Lamar, lmaline, 62, I2I Lamar, Maurice, 23, 84, 97, I38 Land Bob, I2I Land, Jaclc, ISI Land, Palricia, 66, I38 Landes, Charles, 73, I38 Landes, William, I2I Landon, I-Ioward, 60, I38 Lane, Belly, I38 Lane, Lane, Lane, Edward, ISO Marie, 6I, ISI Myra, 48, I38, ISO McKinley, Mary Garnell, I22 88, I2I Maliclc, Joseph, I44 Langley, Janice, I44 Lanlz, Elizabelh, I38 Larabee, Ramona, I02, ISI Lawler, Donald, I44 Lawler, William, I6, 53, S8, 64 I2O Lawson, Wlilliam ISI La Rue, Rowena, 65, l2l Laux, Roberl, 44, I2O Lazenby, Alice, 63, 66 Leaky, Mary K., ISI Lealherman, Bob, 6I, 65, 67 Leayell, Norma, I20 Ledbeller, Clillord, 67, I44 Lee, Dicli, I38 Leedom, Everell, I44 Leever, I-Iarold, 77 Lever, Marlha, I20 Lellel, Jim, I38 Lellell, Wesley, 97 Legg, I-Iilda, I20 Legg, Marlha, I38 Le Monde, Cora, I44 Lennis, Mardelle, I44 Leonard, Marilyn, I20 Phyllis, 66, I44 Lewellen, Mary Lee, 63, I44 Lewellyn, Belly, I6, I38 Lewellyn, Gerold, 6I, 83, I44 Lewellyn, I-Iarold, 833 ISI Lewis, Donald, 82, 84, 85, 97, Lewis, Eleanor, I50 Lewis Gladys, 66, I2I Lewis, James, I44 Lewis, Naomi, I2I Lewis Philip, I38 Lewis Phyllis, I38 Lewis Uma, l2I Levi, Joan, I44 Linlrins, Belly, I2I Linville, Joan, 62, I44 Lillle, Belly, 63, IO2, ISI Lillle, Edilh, 6 Livinqslon, Carl, I38 Loclcwod, Paulina, 63, 68, ISI Lohr, Carol, I20 Long, Mary, I44 Long, Phyllis, 63, I02, I44 Loose, William, IOO, IOI, I44 Losey, Bill, 24, 84, 95, ISI Losey, Lorhella, I44 Loudenback Norman, 65, I44 Lowe, Eugene, I20 Lower, Phyllis, I44 Lowman, Belly, I6, 3I, 59, 67, I07, I2O Lowman, Katherine, I20 Lowry, Jacqueline, 72, I20 Lowry, Phyllis, 62, 66, 72, I38 Lucas, Marilyn, I38 Lulrens, Marilyn, 6I Luse, Eudella, 9, I20o 76, Lulher, Edgar, I38 Lullon, Earl, 23, 24, 50, 65, 97 I44 Lullon, William, I44 Lynch, I2l Anilra, 2I, 25, 60, 67, Lysl, Barbara, 63, I44 Lysl, June, I44 McArl, Janice, 2I, 67, 7I, I38 McCain, Frances, 68 McCain, Juanila, ISI McCarorIl, Dorolhy, ISI McCarly, Carolyn, 6I, 69, ISO McCarly, Elaine, I44 McClain, Dorolhy, ISI Mclinloclc, Wayne, 67, I23 McConnell, Barbara, ISI McConnell, Charles, ISI McConnell, Roy, I96 McCord, Belly, I23, I38 McCord, Donald, ISI McCormack, Margarel, I38 McCoy, Belly, IS4 McCreary, Kennelh, I23 McDowell, Jean, I44 McFadden, Jeanne, I22 McGiIIicuddy, Belly, I23 McGuire, Palricia, 25, 42, 62, I22 Mcl'lenry, Bob, 60, 67, 68 McKay, Barbara, ISI McKee John, 39, S3 McKinley, Donald, 76 McKinley, Joan, IS4 70. 67, Malhis, Lois Marie, ISI Mallhew, John, 74, 75, I38 Mallhew, Rachel, 6l, 63, ISI Mallingly, Joe, I38 Maul, Wayne, 9, I6, 58, I44 Maxwell, Anna, I23 Mayes, Lesler, I23 Maynard, Jewell, I44 Mead, Roberl, 73, I38 Meilcel, Anne, I23 Melle, Barbara, 69 70 Merrell, Luanne, ISI Merrill, Belly, 60, 6I, l02. Melzer, George, 73, 74, I38 Melzger, William, 24, 74, 83, 97 Michael, Berlie, ISI Michael, I-Ielen, I38 Michel, Ross, I6, 58, 65, 7I, 97. I44 Middlelon, Bill, I38 Milam, Thelma, I22 Milburn, Virginia, ISI 64, 97, I38 Miley, Evelyn, 72, I44 Miller, Anna Lee, 62, I23 Miller, Barbara, I38 Miller, Belly, IS4 Miller, Bill, 64, I23 Miller, Bill, ISI Miller, Billie Mao, ISI Miller, Jaclc, 46, 73, I38 Miller, James, 84, 85, ISI Miller, Joan, 9, 62, 76, I23 Miller, Mary Frances, ISI Miller, Phyllis, 63, ISI Miller, Sara, 63, ISI Mouse, Muller, Mary, 62, I38 Charles, IS4 Mulvihill, Marilyn, 25, 39, eo, 67 7I, I23 Mundhenlc, Jr., ISI Mundy, Allen, IS4 - Maribe+h, ie, 59, eo, io2 Munson, IO3, I38 Murphy, I-larry, 84, ISI Murdoclc, Waller, ISI Musselman, Gilberl, 74, 75, I23 Muslin, Mary 9, I2 Myers, I-Ielen, I23 Myers, Jimmy, ISI Myers, Neva, I24 Nash. Roberl, ISI Nealis, Mary, I24 Needler, Marshall, I38 Nell, Agnes, I44 Nell, Bill, I44 Nelson, Beniamin, 73, ISI I-Ielson, Beverly, 63, 66, I44 Ilelson, John, 84, ISI Ilelson, Lee, I44 Ilelson, Palricia, I38 Nevin, Doris, I24 Ilevis, Roberla, 60, 62, 7I, I38 Newman, Donald, 67 Newsom, Billie, IS4 Ilewsom, Clarice, ISI Ilewsom, George, IS4 Niccum, Mary, I44 Ilichels, Charles, 6I, 65, I44 72 Nichol, Virginia, 60, 62, I24 Nichelson, LaVern, 84, ISI McKinley, Virginia Joan, 63, I44 McLain, Mary Lou, 60, 62, 68, I22 McMahan, Gene, 6l, I44 McMahan, Roberl, ISI McManigeII, Bill, I6 McMurray, Nancy, IO2, ISI McMurlrey, Ida, IO2, ISO McNeal, Alyce, IO2, ISI McNeal, Virginia, IO2, I44 McVey, Mariorie, ISI Mabbill, Velma, I44 Madara, Charles, I38, I5l Main, J. D., 64 Main, Dicli, 9, 64, Main, Dyson, 64 Maior, Lorraine, I38 Malaguerra, Elmer, 23, 3I, 66, 79, I2I Malone, Joann, I6, 62, I38 Malone, Raymond, 20, 2l, 65, 70, 72, 95, 97, 99, I44 Manges, Bob, IOI Manis, Jane, I22 Mannon, Alberla, I6, 58, I44 Manuel Janel, I22 Marianos, Ward, 24, 64, 83, 97, I38 Marley, Margarel, ISI Marrer, Suzanne, I6, 59, 62, I38 Marsh Barbara, I44 Marsh, Dolores, 63, ISO Marsh, Claude Elden, ISI Marsh, Marilyn, 63 Marshall, Marilyn, I44 Marlin, Juncie, 63, 66, I44 70, 67 67 90 I3S Mills, Barbara, ISI Mills, Dorolhy, I44 Mills, Junior, IOI, ISI Minniear, Alice, ISI Minniear, Delores, I44 Milchell, Billy, ISI Milchell, Dorolhy, I44 Milchell, Joe, 72, 73 Moberly, Jaclc, I44 Mohler, Joe, I23 Nicholson, Marilyn, ISI Norris, Gene, ISI Norris, Roberla, IS4 Norlh, Norma, 47, I44 Norlon, Bill, 46 Norlon, Jo Anne, 63, 7I, I44 Norlon, Marl, I8, S3, 64, I24 Norlon, William, 73, I38 Nowlin Iludding, Ilunley, I'Iarriell, I38 Marilyn, I2S Dorolhy, I38 Monroe, Arlhur, 73, I38 Monroe, Wilma, I44 Moomev, Doris, 6I, 63, 66, Moore, Allen, ISI Moore, Ba'In-ra, I2 I33 I44 Moore, Bfznlon, 65, 83, I44 Moore, Belly A, 60, 62, 63, 7I, I38 Moore, Belly Jane,I44 Moore, Donna, I38 Moore, Donald, I38 Moore, Frances, I22 Moore, Gene, 72, 773, I22 Moore Jaclc 73, ISI I1oorelJohnl I38 Ilunloy, Emma Joan, I6, 22, I25 Oakes, Paul, IOI, ISI Oberlies, Elsel, ISI O'B"yanl, l'nIen, I44 O'Connor, Mary, I2S Odell, Nancy, I54 Odom, lc'-ilnerl, 74, 75, ISI Ogden, William, I00, IOI Olelc, Doris, I44 Olvey, William, 67, 97 O'NeiIl, Mary, 66 O'NeiII, Paul, 24, 82, 84, 85. 88, 9I, 93, 95, I00, IOI Onlces, Richard, ISI Orlh, Donald, 74 Osburn, Kay, ,IS4 Osburn, Willa, I38 Osling, Mable, I38 Moore, Mariana, 58, 63, IO2, ISI Moore, Nadean, 72, ISI Moore, Roberl, 65, 97, I44 Moore, Wanda, ISI Moran, Billy, ISI Morehouse, l-Ioward, I23 Moreland, Carol, I44 Osling, Thelma, ISI Osler, John, 7, 44, 64, 7I, I2S Ollerbaclc, Jalie, I44 Ollo Evalyn, 63, ISI Moreland, Thomas, 65. 84, 97 I44 Morgan Gene, ISI Morgan, John, IS4 Morgan Melba, ISI Morgan, Marlindale, Ima Jene 2l, 67, I22 Masley, Luann, ISI Mason, Mildred, I22 Maslers, Billy, 69 Malher, Bonnie, 73 Malhias, Rulh, I44 Morris, Evelyn, ISI Morris, Marilyn, I22 Morris, Verna, 67, I38 Morrison, Edilh, 58, 63, I02, I50 Morrison, June, I44 Morrow, Allen, IS4 Morrow, Jenel, I38 Morse, Roberl, I0, 24, 3I, 33, 60, 6l, 64, 82, 84, 85, 88, 89 IOI, I22 Mosley, Maurice, I23 Molle, Marny, I38 Molle, Suzanne, 66, I44 Mouland, Virginia, ISI Mounls, Roberl, I38 Owens, Billie, I44 Owens, Pally, 66, I44 Painler, Mary Vera, 66 Paisley, Ramona, 63, I45 Palmer, Belly, I45 Palmer, Bob, ISI Pancol, Anaslasia, ISI Pancol, George, 9, 3I, 39, 64, 76. I24 Paramore, Shirley, I45 Parlcer, Florence, I38, ISI Parlcer, George, I24 Parlier, Lois, I45 Parlfer, Palricia, I38 Parlcer, Roberl, I45 Parlcer, Rosanna, ISI Parlcinson, Juanila, I5I Parmer, Tom ,I0l, I38 Parrill, Verna, ISI Parsons, Lou, Anne, 63, IO2, l47i l5l Parlinglon, James, I45 Parllow, Bernice, l5I Paschal, Corrine, I45 Passwaler, Ray, 84, 85, l52 Pallengale, Margie, I24 Pallerson, Marlha, 152 Pavey, Bob, I6, l38 Pavey, Doris, l38 Pavey, Mary Alice, 66, l45 Pavey, Roberl, 74 Belly, I24 Frances, I45 Payne, Pearl, Pearson, Joycilie, 6l, l52 Pearson, Phyllis, 9, 6l, I45 Peck, Jeanne, 63, l52 Peebles, Kennelh, I45 Penny. Belly, 152 Pequignol, Roberl, 73, 76, l38 Perry, Geraldine, I24 Juanila, l52 Violel, l52 Perry, Perry, Pelers, Belly, 63 Mary, l52x Pelers, Pel6I'S, Norman, 65, 97 Pelers, Roberla, l52 Pelerson, Phyllis, l52 Pelry, Neal, 60, 68, 78, l38 Pelligrew, Joe, 74, 75, I24 Pelligrew, Joyce, l38 Pellrigrew, V., I25 Phlegar, Don, 55 Pheanis, Richard, 64, 82, l00, I25 lll, Phelps, Gene, 6l, 65, I45 Phelps, Pal, I54 Phillips, George, l52 Phillips, lrrna, 63, l52 Phillips, Jane Ann, 63, l45 Phillips, Palricia, 6l, 62, 67, l38 Pickerll, Phyllis, l52 Pierson, Pearl, l45 Pile, Piiyiias, 42, as 145 Pillenger, Barbara, 60, 62, I25 Pillenger, Dan, 65, 74, 75, I45 Pills, Palricia, 69, 73, 76, l02, IO3, I38 Pillser, Viola, l54 Plall, Jacqueline, 66, l25 Plessinger, Anne, 62, 7I, 72, l38 Plelcher, Roberla, 62, 67, I24 Polus, Nick, l52 Poole, Richard, l38 Poole, Ruby, I45 Poor. Barbara, 63, l52 Poor, Peggy, 63, l52 Pope, Belly l54 Pope, Bill, 97, l52 Porler, Alberla, l02, l52 Porler, Anila, l24 Porler, Mary Malha, 63, l52 Posey, John, I24 Powless, Earl, 65, 68, 70, 73 97, I45 Praler, Marlha, l45 Pralher, Ralph, l54 Precup, David, I6, 59, 65, 67, Price, Vonda, 42, 66, I24 Prichard, Kennelh, 27, l52 Priesl Jo Ann, 66, l45 Priesl, Joann, I45 Prokos, Lilsa, 48, 6l, 62, I24 Prokos, Mary, 63, 66, I45 Proul, Joe, l38 , Provence, Edilh, 62, I24 Pruill, Carol, 67, 83, I45 Pryer, Lucien, l38 Pursley, James, l52 Pynchon, Jim, l52 Ragsdale, Roberl, I45 Randolph, Margarel, I25 Raper, Marion, 97 Raper, Pauline, 68, l02, l25 Rariden, Roberl, l25 Rawlings, Dorolhy, 66, I45 Raymore, Barbara, l52 Raymore, Geoganna, l52 Reasner, Bill, l38 Reclor, Dorolhy, I45 Reclor, Jack, 24, 82, 84, 88, 89, I O 9l,92, 93, 0,lDl Redick, Jo Ann, I25 Redick, John, I26 Redick, Margarel, I26 Reed, William, I38 Reed, Ralph, I45 Reed, Roberl, 74, 75, l52 Reed, Waller, I26 William, 40, 53, I26 Reed, Rellord, Maralha, I27 Remley, Mary, 63, l52 Renl, Mariorie, 66 Renl, Raymond, l0l, l45 Relz, William, I27 Reveal, Palsy, 66 Reynolds, Beverly, 63, I45 Reynolds, Billy, l52 Reynolds, David, l54 Reynolds, Miriam, 67, 70, I27 Rhodes, Marilyn, 3l, 62, 66, 7l, 76, I27, I32 Rhodes, Warren, 6l, 65, I45 Rhynearson, Gladys, l52 Rhynearson, Hal, I45 Rice, Belly, 67, l38 Rich, Alberl, l52 Rich, Ellen, l38 Rich, Lawrence, 5l, 77, I27 Richard, Delores, l02, l52 Richardson, Mary Alice, I45 Richards Rickells, on, Phyllis, 6l, 63, l52 Ralph, I27 Rillle, Arlhur, I45 Riggle, Belly, 69, I45 Riqgle, Naomi, I26 Riggs, Barbara, 60, I38 Riggs, Jacqueline, l52 Riggs, Lillian, l45 Riggs, Richard, l52 Riley, Beverly, l52 Riley, Rila, I45 Rinker, lrma, 62, 67, 72, 76, lO2, IO3, I26 Risch, Belly, 62, I26 Riller, Roberl, I6, 24, 58, 65, 84, 95, lOl Roach, Wanda, I45 Robbins, Belly, l26 Robbins, Edward, l38 Roberls, Bruce, I38 Roberls, l-lelen, 60. 72 Roberls, 99 Richard, 23, 24, 95, 97, Roberlson, Mariorie, l52 Robinson, James, l52 Robinson, Palricia, 66 Rock, Roberl, 84, l38 Rockwell, Marlha, l52 Rockwell, Mary Rulh, l27 Rodecap, Bill, 67, I27 Rodeman, Florence, 76, l38 Roemer, Roland, Carl, I27 Janel, 62, I38 Rolls, Jo Ann, l52 Rool, Donald, 68, I27 Rose, Geneva, I45 Roseberry, Phillip, 65, 72, I45 Rossman, Donald, I52 Roush, Joan, I27 Roush, Maxine, l39 Rousev, lnlarry, 6l, l52 Ryan, Belly, 66, I45 Ryan, Billy, I45 Ryan, Edward, l39 Ryan, Pally, I45 Rubenking, Charles, I39 Ruelenachl, Bob, 25 Rulev. Isabelle, I45 67, Rumler, Belly, l39 Sample, Mary Joan, 62, l39 Sample, Zoe, 72, l39 Samuels, Mary, 62, l39 Samuels, Wanda, 5, 62, I24, I26 Sanders, Don, I45 Sanders, Maxine, l52 Sargenl, Genevieve, 60, l39 Saunders, Florene, 63, 66, 69, l4l, I45 Saunders, Lorene, 43, 63, 66, 70, l45 Savage, Jack I45 Sayers, Dan, I45 Saylor, Eugene, 64, I26 Scales, Kalherine, l39 70, 69. Scampmorle, Frank, 23, 24, 83, 97 lli-5 Scampmorle, Josephine, 62, 76, l27 Schaller, Arline, I27 Schellar, Melvin, I45 Scharnowske, Roberl, 24, 82, B6, BB, 90, 93 Schell, Bill, I54 Schepper, Keilh, l39 Schepper, Richerd, l0l Schepper, Roberl, l52 Schepper, Roland, l00, I45 Schlabach, Don, 53, 64, 66, I27 Schlossberg, Gerald, 39, 40, Schmidl, Gerlrude, 9, 60, 62, Schmidl, Lola, l52 Schmink, Carolyn, I52 Schmill, Jane, I45 Schneider, Phyllis, 62, l39 Schoonover, Donna, 63, l52 Schoonover, Edilh, 62, 66, 68, l27 Schreiner, David, I28 Schullz, l-laroldyne, 68, l39 Scoll, Suzelle, 6l, 62, 66 l39 Secresl, Tom, l45 Seipel, Mare, l28 Seipel, Wilbur, l39 Sell,Junior, 40, l28 Sells, Claire, lone, 63, I45 Sells, Doris, 6l, 63, l4l I45 Sells Joan, 60, 62, 76, l28 Senseney, Belly, l52 Sexlon, l-lerberl, 83 Seyberl, William, I52 Shaler, Pauline, 62, 67, l39 Shaler, Roberl, 24, 84, 85, 95, Shannon, Joan, 6l, I52 Shannon, Phyllis, l52 Sharpe Mary, l28 Shaul, Arline, l45 Shaw, Bernice, l28 Sheedy, Evelyn, I45 Sheels, Phyllis, 63, I45 Shelburn, Ralph, I45 Sheldon, June, I52 Shellon, Billy, 84 Sheperd, Jack, 68, 84, l52 Shepherd, Louis, 84, 85 Sheperd, Slanley, 6l Shellerly, Jean, l52 Shellerly, Phyllis, 58, 63, l02 Sheward, George, I45 Shipley, Donna, I29 Shipley, Wanella, l52 Shoullz, Jane, 66, l52 7l, 84, l0l. I27 I27 70, l52 Shroul, Gordon, I6, 66, 67, l39 Shroul, Marilyn, 63, I52 Shroul, Marvin C., 53, I29 Shroyer, Marlha, l39 Shuman, Palricia, 63, l52 Siberl, Lillian, 66, l45 Siler, Mariorie, I45 Siler, Rulh, I29 Simmonds, Gene, 2l, 67, 70, l39 Simmons, Belly, l39 Simmons, Norma, l52 Simpson, Roberl, I45 Sink, Earl, l54 Sinnell, Belly, I52 Sisil, Bille Rulh, 62, l39 Sizelove, Alice, I45 Skaggs, Mary, l39, l52 Skaggs, Richard, l52 Skaggs, Woodrow, I45 Skellon, Joe, l39 Saunders, Charles, 2l, 67, 70, l26 Skiles, Bob 24, 82, 84, 86, 88, 7l, 89, 90, lOl, l29 Skiles, Orpha, I45 Skinner, Virginia, l52 Slaler, Leroy, 24, 84, 95, l52 Sloan, Jo Ann, 63, l45 Smear Belly, l52 Smilh, Alberl, 55, l28 Smilh, Arnold, 55 Smilh, Barbara, 63, l52 Smilh, Barbara, l52 Smilh, Belly, l28 Smilh, Belly Ann, 62, l52, I39 Smilh, Bobby E., 97 Smilh, Don, l39 Smilh, Everll, 77, l39 Smilh, James, 68, l52 Smilh, Joyce, 62, l39 Smilh, Kale, I6, 58, 63, l52 Smilh, lvlarlorie, 53, 62, l02, I03 l28 Smilh, Mary Ellen, 72, l28 Smolh, Mary l-lelen, l52 Smilh, Norma, l52 Smilh, Palricia, 63, I45 Smilh, Palricia F., 66, I46 Smilh, Pally Ann, 63, l52 Smilh, Priscilla, 40, l28 Smilh, Virginia, IO2 Smilh, Willord, 6l, 97, l39 Smilh, Wilma, l28 Snapp, Belly Jane, I29 Snider, Gale, l39 Snow, Donald, l39 Snow, Junior, l52 Snow, Rulh, 6l, 97, l02, l03 l 9 Snowden, oberl, 84 Snyder, James, I29 Sobel, Naomi, l52 Sobel, Wanda, I29 Sokol, Wanda, I29 Songer, Jeannine, l52 Songer, Marcia, l52 Souders, William, 9, I6, 53, 58 60, 6l, B3, l29 Soulham, William, 60, 77, l28 Soulhers, Alma, 6l, l02, l03, l52 Soverns,, Dallas, l52 Sowash, Marilyn, l52 Spall, Belly, 72, I46 Spall, Naomi, 66, I46 Spangler, Delberl, l28 Sparks, Jerry, 97, l52 Spearman, Fred, l28 Spearman, Roberl, 24, 84, 95, I47, l52 Speck, l-lugh, l0l Srneedy, Belly, 62, l02, I03, l39 Spencer, Barbara, 66, 72, I46 Spencer, Rex, 84, I46 Speigal, Barbara, 63, 7l, I46 Spiggle, Bob, l52 Soilzer, Barbara, I6 Sprague, Joe, 43, 6l Sprague, Richard, l39 Slallod, Randall. 65, 97, I46 Slage, Richard, 28, 72, 84, 95, 2 Slahl, ose, 61 Slaley, Maxine, l52 Slanger, Palricia, l39 Slanley, Ceinwen, l28 Slanley, Madonna, I46 Slanley, Mary-Jo, 63 Slanley, Mary, l53 Slarr, Marlha, l46 Sleckel, Clyde, 6l, 65, 72, Sleiner, Florence, 6l, I28 Sleirwall, William, 77, l39 Slephen, Paul, 7l, l28 Slern, Donna, l52 Slevens, Doris, 6l, 62, 67, l39 Sleves, Treva, I46 Sleves, Wilma, 60, l39 Slewarl, Adrinne, 63, I53 I46 Slewarl, Dick, 64 Slewarl, Pal, 27 58, 63, l53 Slewarl, Peggy, l53 Slewarl, Virginia, l53, l02 Slinson, Slinson Mary J., 102 Donu 146 Slinson1 Donald, 129 Slinson, Evalyn, 63, 153 Slinson, Mary, 153 Slinson, Roberl, 83, 153 Slinson, Roberl E., 153 Slilh, Frank, 154 Slohler, Carolyn, 63, 69, 153 Slohler, Geraldine, 67, 19 Slohler, Howard, 139 Slohler, Joanne, 154 Slone, Belly, 146 Slone, Paul, 146 Slolllemeyers, oberl, 97 Slolllemeyer, Charles, 24, 84, 95. 153 Slolllemeyer, Jean, 62, 129 Sloul, Treva, 62, 72, 129 Slrassner, Jeanne, 63, 146 Slraub, Virginia, 139 Slrealy, Clyde, 154 Slressel, Adeline, 61, 62, 129 Slringer, Roberl, 72, 146 Toombs, Jack, 21, 64, 67, 70. 33. 1 16, 130 Toombs, Jeanne, 66, 130 Toombs, William, 68 Toops, Beverly, 153 Toops, Dorolhy, 131 Tracy, Bill, 146 Tracy, Bill, 131 Trainer, Phil, 7, 53, 64, 71, 73, 131 Tranbarger, Glen 146 Tranbarger, Mary Jo, 62, 131 Tranbarger, Paul, 139 Tressell, Carol, 153 Tribbell, Margarel, 131 Trick, Mina, 63, 102 Trueblood, Chancey, 139 Tucker, Donna, 48, 130 Tucker, Roberl, 130 Tucker, William, 101, 153 Tudor, Madonna, 139 Tupman, Kirk, 74, 75, 146 Tupman, Marlha, 63, 153 Turner, Bill, 84, 95 Slrock, Marilyn, 63, 66, 72, 146 Sluarl, Di ck, 130 Slubblelield, James, 139 Slurwold, Mary Carolyn, 58, 61, 62 71 72 139 Sullivan, Phyllis, 63, 146 Turner, Cyral, 139 Turner, Jo Anne 153 Turner, Mary Louise, 146 Turner, Mallhew, 153 Turpen, Leon, 154 Tyler, Doris, 130 99, 146 Summers, Charles, 130 Summers, Helen, 130 Sumner, Cass, 130 Surber, Donald, 65, 146 Sullon, Eugene, 153 Swain, Olive, 16, 69, 139 Swain, Bob, 51 Swango, France, 153 Swinlord, Roscoe, 84, 85, 153 Sylvesler, Belly, 146 Tallen, Wanda, 62, 69, 102, 131 Talley, James, 146 Tarvin, Hildred, 131 103. Talman, Maraline, 153 Taylor, Alice, 60, 139 , BOb,i4s Taylor Taylor, Cl ela, 146 Taylor, Donald, 31, 66, 72, 131 Taylor, George, 84, 153 Taylor, Helen, 131 Taylor, Joan, 131 Taylor, Paul, 154 Taylor, Roger, 146 Tyree, Mildred, 139 Ulley, Berlha, 130 Ulley, James, 84, 97 Ullerback, Bealrice, 146 Valenline, Anna May, 131 Valenline, Kalherine, 146 Valenline, Sally, 131 Van Arsdal, Barbara, 154 Van Camp, Joe, 146 Vance, Berniece, 146 Vance, Lewis, 146 Vanderbur, Charles, 100, 101 Vanderbur, James, 23, 24, 95, Vanderbur, Marlha, 102, 153 Vandergrill, Don 16, 24, 101, 153 Vandergrill, Roberl, 139 Vandevender, Joan, 153 Van Meler, Jack, 154 Van Meler, Paul, 153 Van Sickle, Richard, 79, 83, 139 Waslel, Marie, 58 Walkins, George, 139 Walkins, Jo Ann, 72, 139 Walson, John, 154 - Walson, Mary June, 132 Wean, Jack, 154 Wealherlord, Barbara, 63, 146 Wealherlord, Jeanne, 60, 61, 132 Wealherly, lsaac, 100, 101 Weaver, Flora, 139 Webb, Rulh Anna, 153 Weeks, Bill, 153 Wehrley, Charles, 153 Welch, Drina, 139 Wells, Belly Lou, 146 Wells, Jean, 153 Wells, Lois, 10, 61, 153 Wellons, Mary Alice, 61, 63, 153 Wellons, Ralph, 132 Welper, Warren, 24, 84, 95, 101, 153 Welsh, Drina, 61 Wenle, Don, 16, 58, 73, 146 Wenly, Thomas, 153 Wesl, Hesler, 153 Wesl, Winilred, 153 Weslel, Maria, 153 Weslon, Donald, 153 Weslrick, Palricia Hope, 62 Wheal, Marjorie, 29, 60, 62, 132 Whelsel, Jacqueline, 154 Whelsel, Malbelle, 139 Whisler, Suzelle, 154 Whilaker, Jim 18, 64 Whilaker, Joann, 153 vvnlis, Marvin, 132 Wills, Harry, 97 Wills, Marlha Lena, 153 Willoughby, James, 139 Wilson, Anna, 146 Wilson, Deborah, 63, 153 Wilson, Helen, 63, 153 Wilson, lmogene, 66, 146 Wilson, Jack l., 132 Wilson, Jack , 132 ' Wilson, Jim, 73, 153 Wilson John Edward 24 81 82 88,89,91,92,94,97,99 ' Wilson, Leila, 60, 71, 76, 132 Wilson, Opa1,,153 Wilson, Palricia, 133 Wilson, Paul, 61, 153 Will, Joan, 139 , Windla Windla n, Barbara, 146 - n, Roberl, 53, 133 Wiseman, Sally, 154 Wiseman, William, 101 Wishon, Harold, 16, 58, 139 Wishon, Norma Jean, 153 Wishon, Richard, 154 Wisner, Ronald, 68, 70, 139 Welle, William, 83, 139 Wood, Donna, 42 Wood, Dwighl, 153 Wood Elizabelh 146 While, Barbara, 139 While, Gene, 154 While, Jimmie, 73 While, Nellie, 139 While, Nolan, 16, 58, 65, 146 While, Marcella, 146 Whileman, Barbara, 146 Whileman, Theresa, 154 58, 95. Vaughn, John, 23, 24, 64, 82, 84, 87, 95, 97, 99 Ternplelon, Herberl, 153 Vaughn, Jean, 153 Tenner, Charles, 154 Terrell, Joanne, 146 Teler, Bellv, 61 Teler, Frederick, 53, 131 Thalcher, Jane, 153 Thayer, Louie, 65, 68, 146 Thomas, Belly, 153 Thomas, Bill, 153 Thomas, Eugene, 153 Thomas, Jack, 153 Thomas, Roger, 153 Thomas, Rulh, 61, 153 Vaughl, Charles, 139 Veal, Carrol, 63 Velie, Norman, 73, 146 Vermillion, Phyllis, 153 Vermillion, Rex, 74 Vermillion, Vesla, 131 Vermillion, Winilred, 47, 131 Vickers, Joan, 139 Von Bergen, Carolyn, 153 Voss, Elmer, 24, 84, 95, 97, 153 Wainscoll, lra, 153 Wailon, Charles, 139 Whilesel, June, 61, 146 Whilney, Wilma, 57, 66, 139 Whillaker, James, 132 Wicker, Clava, 146 Wier, Palrlcla, 9, 16, 59, 71 Wierman, Wanda, 153 Wilburn, Wilma, 16, 58, 60, 66 Wilbur, Joe, 67, 146 Wilcox, Roberl, 64, 133 Wilder, Jeanne Anne, 62, 139 Wiley, Rulh, 61, 62, 67, 139 Wood, Orville, 139 Vlfoodall, Barbara, 133 Woodall, Francis, 153 Wrighl, Charles, 16, 53, 58 64, 133 Wrighl, Donald, 139 Wrighl, Ervin, 82, 84, 87, 99, 146 . Wrighl, Paul, 132 Wrighl, Peqev, 153 Wyanl, Lou Ellen, 63, 153 Wyanl, Norma, 20, 132 Wyclille, Gloria, 62, 103, 139 Wyclille, Teddy, 153 Yackley, Mary Lou, 146 Yales, Belly, 102, 153 Yales, Elhel Marie, 139 Yales, Jacminline, 10, 48, 62. 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