Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)
- Class of 1958
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Fifty years ago, in 1908, a group of students
got together and decided they needed a written
memory of their high school years. These am-
bitious seniors talked to their principal and
finally secured his not-too-willing permission to
compile such a book. Hlt was then and there
decided unanimously to support the Annual and
to do or die," the records show.
ln June of 1908, after a year of research.
writing, taking pictures and selling ads, an azure
blue and black book was passed to the students.
This was the birth of the annual.
Discovery of two 1908 yearbooks sent to the
school by an elderly man in California who was
on the faculty in 1908 led to the disclosure that
this was the first yearbook published.
On this 50th anniversary the annual staff has
recorded the events of 1958 and will show
through direct quotes from the '08 book printed
in color the changes and similarities in life at
AHS, then and now.
Co-editors-in-chief, Linda Stires and Dan Motto, examine
the 1908 yearbook, only link between today's students
and those of yesteryear.
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Oblivious of the mounting tension and din Norman Dtlph prtpirts to sink tht two winning
free throws in the final game of the Regional Igiinst Crispus Attucks
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The 50th anniversary of the yearbook was a year
of great achievement for the high school. lndividual-
ly, by organizations and en masse students and teach-
ers brought recognition to the school.
A national organization president, state oflicers,
recognized orators, an all-American yearbook, state
championship band, a victorious basketball team, and
outstanding educational awards brought honors to
Teachers also added to the recognition through
service in state and national educational associations,
and the school held unrestricted membership in the
North Central Association of accredited schools, AHS
has always strived to belong to the best of everything.
The AHS Marching Band sweeps by h Stitt lair
Grandstand carrying with it the state marching honors
Norma Souihers. Peggy Davis.
pride in being members of lhe Best D. E. C. A. Club in
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Their goal reached. Ronnie Campbell and liran XVagner,
Co-editors, proudly hold the V757 "All-American" lndian.
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Ruth McAllister gives Ronnie Aclaor. a state essay contest
winner, a sample of the music that won her the regional
Top Purdue legislators. Jack Atwell. Phil l.armore and
Dan Roby. have many more achievements. Jack is
National D. lj. C. A. president. and Dan is J. C. L.
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Principal .Iohn Paul Huffman orientates the first
"green" sophomore class.
Student workers shuttle hack and forth filling the
orders for new books,
Conversation makes time pass quickly while the book lines dwindle.
AHS opened its doors as it had on 47 other
opening days since the building was completed
in l9lO. The students were not the Very same
but the routine was similar as they entered
bubbling with news of summer happenings,
settled down to the daily school pattern, and
adapted to each other and new schedules.
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Queen candidates join the crowd in cheers.
Since 1951 AHS students and
past graduates have joined tof
gether to yell for their school
and alma mater at the annual
Homecoming football game and
As is tradition. a flock of
gaily decorated floats paraded
before the game. At halfftime
judges selected floats of the
kj-unior class, senior class, and
annual staff as the top three, and
students named Terry Monta-
gue as Homecoming Queen.
Homecoming is a time when
each person goes all out in the
effort of school spirit to welcome
in the sports program at AHS.
Student Council leads the parade with the theme float, "AHS Builders of
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Hi-Y adds more ol' the unequaled AHS spirit. "'l'hei' wont get our goatf' claim members of Room SOI.
An ever-present ngure. Larry Gibson. the annual photographer, gets little attention at the Thanksgiving Convo.
Janet Alleman and Mary Sue McAllis- The "Rhythmettes." XVanda Pursley,
ter portray A'Men on the Street" in the lt's not Ick, but Gary McClain Nancy Ussery, Linda Crim and Carole
Student Talent Convo. perched on the patched basketball. Ussery. add a bit of harmony,
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A deviation from regular school routine is
provided for by the many and varied convof
cations put on each year.
Convocations have been present under differ-
ent titles as far back as 1908 when the school
held morning Uassembliesn at which lecturers
and judges often spoke.
Their purpose is to provide interesting and
educational entertainment for the student body
that could not be achieved through ordinary
This year's convos brought AHS students an
hour or two of insight into subjects such as
religion combined with athletics. negro spiritual
music, and science and electronics.
Students also made their own entertainmeni
through student talent. holiday and special event
Mlihe lilying Parson." Rev. Bob Richards. captix itts
Some oi the iiscinitini, thiriclcristies ol tltclritiix ire dtnionf the audience with dramatic glimpses of Olympic
stritcd in the Up ind Atom Como Champions,
Gaining some potent information from "Old
Hatchet Face" arc Mr. Red, Gary McClain, and
Miss Green, Karen N1cKay.
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The way AHS has chosen to
honor the pretty and popular coed
students is to elect them to reign
over dances and activities.
The first queen chosen by the
student body was the Prom Queen.
Most recent addition was that of
While beauty is a necessity for
an AHS queen, brains, an active
extra-curricular career, and pleasant
personality also count.
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Homecoming Queen Terry Montague and attendants Jan
Podhaski and Diana Miller take a trip to the scene of their
triumph, the football stadium.
Attendants Nancy Graves and Judi Bingaman help
lfall-XVindup Queen Becky Smith build a snowman
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Hflfter a few delightful hours,
they found themselves searching
for words with which to express
their appreciation of the eve-
ningg they departed with many
kind wishes for the future
success of the Junior class."
Just 50 years ago in 1908 the first prom at
AHS was held. "On the twenty-second day of
May a comparatively new affair was introduced
among the already numerous social events prior
to the high school graduation, namely the
A'Senior-Junior Promenade" given by the Sen-
iors to the Juniors at the Country Club," the
'08 book stated.
This year's prom-goers took a trip "Around
the World in 80 Days," and the procedure was
exactly reversed with the juniors feting the
graduating seniors. South Side Junior High was
the scene of the spectacular extravaganza on
May 29. Keith Sylvester's band played as the
couples Waltzed and twirled in an evening of
Junior boys elected Prom Queen Nancy
Graves and her attendants Terry Montague and
Ann Gellinger to reign over prom festivities.
Ann Gellinger, Prom Attendant
Shirley Seybert, Joanne Sloane, l.ynne Clements and
Melanie Dalton recreate the minstrel show period.
The school is an outlet for the talents of its
students and also provides a social life for
Today, in 1958, students enjoyed the
Band Variety Show, Choral Club Operetta,
A'The Prince of Pilsenf' and the Senior Class
Play, "Dear Ruth."
The entertaining elements in 1908 were
much the same. Students then were enter-
tained by a choral sing, and a class play and
for a dime could go to the "Crystal Theatre-
Home of Amusement," a vaudeville threatre,
or for slightly more to a production at the
Grand Hotel Opera House.
AHS operettas, plays, and variety shows
have become such an important part of school
life that they are certain to stand the test of
another 50 years.
Beauty was very prominent in the Variety Show as
evidenced in the production numbers, ttop picturej
Straight from Fantasy l.and are Saundra Heard, Nora
Sylvester and Karel Ann Smith. thottom picturej
"How will she answer?" wonder Jerry Coon, Mona Theatrical emotions run rampant during an argument in the
Clem, Pat May. and a pair of stage hands as leads senior play between Georgia Truesdel, Ronnie Clark.Carol1nn
Dale Copeland and Norma Southers develop the plot Hoppes .ind Roger Adcock.
of the senior play.
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AHS students make use of the modern and handy, newly-constructed Charles E, Wilson Memorial Library at Anderson
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Customs and events of 1958 affected
young embryo adults of AHS as never
First students caught or imagined they
caught Asian Flu. Russia's Sputnik topped
even this, and students breathed freely only
after Explorer was launched.
On the local front hundreds of families
had visions of winning a dream home, and
Wound up the year struggling to maintain
their incomes in an economic recession.
Fifty years ago students concerned them-
selves with leap year and "Women's suf-
fragefl But today students must Widen
their horizons to keep up with the fastest
changing world in history.
Sputnik takes enough time from ite orbiting to win first Nurse Ruthtxnne Imier teams with .1 group of students
prize during Red .md Cireen XX'eek for .'Xnit.t Ballinger .ind ftop picture! to track the pesky Asian fflu gerrri, Ninth
Uegnnn rXlvern.ithv'Q homeroom, graders Sandrii Hollis And Shirlev Suvheri admire the
trophy of i-Xndersonk National Sonp Box Derhy Cihnm-
pion, Terry iownsend,
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Like many Anderson High Students D.tVe Deholt joins his Inniilv in writing .1 Golden Milestone I etter for the General
Motork I'iftieth Anniversary Contest,
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Meeting in the midst of shopping. Ruthann lVlurphy. Priscilla Slxouden. Annette Shipman and Pat Johnson share in the
cvcryday affairs of the communiiy.
Expressing the sheer joy of triumph Ann Hiirris suis to plant .1 hug on
Norman Delph after winning the Indianapolis regional,
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After spending a day pushing pencils and
working their brains, students want to relax
and enjoy themselves in their leisure. Finding
something to do has never been a problem for
AHS students as long as there is more than
one of them available.
Teens like all types of fun from planned
dances to spur-of-the-moment record gather-
ings. A half century ago teens were engaged
in taffy pulls, bobsled rides, class meetings,
and slumber parties. Now students have such
interests as ice skating, swimming, basketball
games, picnics and hayrides.
A prime requisite teens require is to be with
other teens. They stick together, go places
with each other and constantly circulate in a
teen-age social world.
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Jerry Coon. Jan Podhaski. l.inda Stanley and Dale Copeland
take time out from their ice skating to warm their hands over
1 welcome bonfire.
As does a chat with 'llrudy Raper
hnforth and Nancy Gabel A drink postpones the parting and l.arry Vfatson But the end is ll'l4.X1I3blC
Reproducing an actual courtroom trial in Debate class. Gary Gilmore, bailiff. administers the oath to plaintiff, Gary Moore.
.ludge Richard Hughes and recorder Mary Paul Nlason keep a watchful eye on the proceedings.
LANGUAGE ARTS-Row l-Mr. Ralph Boyd, Chairman American Education XVeek, Debate Team Sponsor: Mr. Clar-
ence Burns: Mrs. Evelyn Grahame. Dept. Head, Curriculum Study Committee. Chairman Senior Speakers Comm.: Mrs.
Marguerite Hale: Miss Alice Higman, Sponsor Senior Class Play. Sponsor National 'Lhespian Society: Miss Eileen Johnson,
Sponsor Latin Club. Row Z-Mr. Keith Johnson, Librarian: Miss Hazel Kendall: Miss Lois Long, Chairman Career Day:
Mrs. Vivian Maine, Junior Class Sponsor, Curriculum Study Committee. Co-chairman Basketball Celebration Day: Mr. David
Martyn: Mr. Lee Pursley, Sponsor X-Ray and Little Chief.
Initiating Kay Roberson. Betty Grim. Tim Lamey. and Sherry Dennis are Latin Club officers
Bev Benko, .lohn Melson. Janice Byrum. and Jim Baker.
The actual heart of school life lies in the
classroom. Some five hours daily are spent by
each student in the various classes of his cur-
riculum. AHS makes it possible for the student
to choose from six courses, each designed to pre-
pare him for some specific future, whether it is
college or a job. These courses make available
l99 varied and different subjects. which are
either required by the school or are chosen as
lfxchange teacher, Mrs, Stella Stryclek. of london
lfnglantl. instructs students in sophomore English class.
l.ANCiUfXCilf AR'l'S--'Row lffVlrs. Nlary Jane Schultz. Asst. Librarian. Senior
Class Sponsor: Mrs. Stella Stryczek. lixchange Teacher: Mrs. Virginia Vermillion.
Sponsor Student Council: Mr. Frank XVoschit1, Yearbook Advisor. Publicity
Director, Sponsor Hi-Y.
A'What keeps it up there?" Mr. L. R. Lee explains the satellite mystery to Physics students Charlie
McDaniel. Linda Harris, and Harold Hatlield.
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garet Doles, Sponsor Honor Society,
Chairman Scholarship Comm..
Chairman College Guidance Day:
Mr, John Garrigus: Mr. Raymond
Grilith, Mr. George Lee, Dept.
Head, Curriculum Study Council.
Senior Class Sponsor. Row 2qMr.
Lowell Lee, Chairman N. E. A.
Membership Comm.: Mr. W, Leo
Sanders, Chairman Clubs Comm..
Sponsor Honor Society: Mr. Robert
Shaffer, Sponsor Ushers Club: Mr,
Horace B. Wilson.
Bill Burt and Mike Russell measure a triangle as Mr. Jesse
Huntzinger checks for accuracy.
AHS teachers not only teach and instruct: but
they also are the activating force behind life in
the school. Teaching and counseling students.
sponsoring clubs, and serving the community
make up a vital part of their lives. Nlany teach-
er-hours are occupied with committees. organiz-
ations. meetings, and extra-curricular activities.
In addition to these, teachers are constantly in-
structing, urging, and prodding students to the
highest possible peak of perfection.
Squeamish .lan loudenback holds .i frog no closer than arms
length io the amusement of Biology class student Ronnie
MATHEMATICS-Row l7lVlr. David Barrow. Treasurer. Treasurer AHS Athletic Assoc.: Mr. Basil R. Hosier. Dept.
Head: Mr. .lesse Huntzinger. Chairman Honor Days Comm., Sponsor Chess Club: Mr. Hzrbert Miller: Mr. Claud Roney.
Curriculum Study Council. Chairman Student Guidance Day: Mr. Ray Sherman.
I'om Wilson shows relief over a passing test grade as Mr,
RAY lilwnor lmnds out Papers m Cwlcs dwg' "Britisher" Dan Roby moves that the Delegation
of Model U. N. pause for a spot of ten.
SOCIAI. STUDIESQROW l7IVIr.
J. J. Bailey, Sponsor Washington
Trip. Sponsor Purdue Legislative
Assembly Delegationg Mr. J. Mere
rill Collin: Mr. George Davis, Dept.
Head. Chairman Convocations
Comm., Curriculum Study Council,
Sponsor American Legion Oratorical
Contest, Model U. N, Assembly.
Rotary Speech Contest: Mr. Charles
Denny. Row Z-Mr. Ray Iileenor.
Asst, Track, Cross Country Coach:
Miss Virginia Lindstrom, Sponsor
History Club: Mr. O. I.. Springer,
Mr. Clifford Swift, Vy'ork Co-or-
dinator, Chairman Basketball Day.
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Students are the life blood of the school.
Without students running, talking, laughing,
studying, and learning there would be no school
at all. The school exists for the purpose of
providing an education for those who attend,
but it also allows the student to make friends,
gain conndence, participate in activities, join
organizations. and learn what the world is
about. Within the four walls of AHS, students
are given the opportunity to learn and work
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Mr. Gerald Bordner. Asst. Director. is unaware of the
deception as David L. DeBolt absorbs mathematics with
Nlyriad shapes and forms make up the mobiles hung by
Crafts class students l.eon Campbell, l,arry Stanley, and
MUSIC AND ART-Row l7Mr. Thomas Clem. Sponsor Modern Music Masters. Music Dept. Head: Mrs, Paula l,awson.
Chairman Pep Sessions Comm.. Sponsor Nlodern Mtlsic Masters: Miss Mary Ruth Palmer. Sponsor Choral Club.
Madrigal, Modern Nlusic Masters: Mr. George Vaughl. Sponsor Modern Music Masters. Director of Bands and lndianettes:
Mrs. Mary Mcliarland. Art Dept. Head. Chairman Display Cases and Bulletin Boards, Chairman Convo Decorations: Mrs.
lflise Mulvihill. Sponsor Bible Club. Chairman Christmas Decorations Comm.
Carole McAllister. Madelyn
Taylor, Donna Hutchens and
Linda Fawbush look admiringly
as Bob Page serves them eggs,
sunnyside up, with a smile.
Marlene Tuterow and Toby Small operate a day
nurser' for small visitors on Visitation Da '.
Books, books, books! Every student is plagued with the
problem of keeping track of his many books for all classes.
Some 10,000 books pass through the hands of AHS
students every year, followed by an odd assortment of
workbooks, notebooks, and pamphlets. There are also
file cards, test tubes, typewriter erasers, compasses, and
various other articles which must be boarded and produced
at the proper moment. Lockers are crammed, books are
filled, notebooks are jumbled and pockets are stuffed, but
'AGO to class with the proper equipment" is the motto of
the AHS student.
HOME ECONOMICS-Row l-Miss Helen Harrell, Sponsor Junior Red Cross:
Mrs. Deloris Martin: Mrs. Dorothy Riggs, Co-chairman Faculty Tea: Miss Rive
Todd, Dept. Head. Curriculum Study Council. Chairman liaculty Flowers and Gifts
Comm., Co-chairman Faculty Tea.
Students like Beverly Parks and Linda Crim get Mary Beth Phelps erases fearfully as the watchful eye of Mr. Herb
to practice on expensive machinery in business I.yon is directed the opposite Way.
BUSINESS llDUCA'l'lONfRow l-Mr, Richard Balsley,
Ticket Manager: Mr. Donald Bowen, Dept. Head. High
School. Athletic Funds Accountant: Miss Marietta Cain. Row
l-Mr. John Finney, Distributive Education Co-ordinator.
Mr. Herbert Lyon, Manager Candy Stand, High School Con-
cessions: Mrs. Lucille Railsback.
Mr. Vern Shinn demonstrates how to check measurements as Mark Godbey, Larry XVelab and Richard Smith observe
TRADES AND INDUSTRYYROW l-Mr, NVilliam Ballentine. Apprentice School Instructor,
Junior Class Sponsor, Sponsor Highlanders: Mr. Joseph Dye. Dept. Head, Director Adult Education:
Mr. Lee I-Ialeg Mr. Donald Hays, Printing Advisor: Mr. Vvlilliam James, Industrial Co-ordinator.
Row 2-Mr. G. E. Julius, Sponsor Camera Club: Mr. R, XV, Julius: Mr. Dane Pugh, Tennis Coach:
Mr, Vern Shinn, Apprentice School Instructor: Mr. Edmund Villars.
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Carefully checking patterns before cutting metal are
shop class students Earlie Remson. Bob Zachary. Paul
Abshire. and Bill Price.
Wluen the first AHS yearbook was produced
in l908, only three courses were offered in the
school-Latin, German, and Scientific. Require-
ments were four years of foreign language on
the Latin and German courses and four years of
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5 unch on thk SCMHUEC Courst In addltlon ti Betty Grim wonders how she can keep calm when a slight
other Subjgctsy QD 3, limited curriculum, Stud- slip will flash the penalty light in front of tester. Jerry
. NX'illiams, and the whole Driver Education class.
ents were allowed only two electives for each
course, and few extra-curricular activities were
DRIVER EDUCATION-Row l-Mr. Donald Barnett, Asst. Basketball. lfootball Coach, Head Baseball Coach: Nlr.
James Carter. Head Golf. liootball Coach. Director lntra-mural Athletics: Mr. Robert Freeman, Track, Cross Country Coach,
Asst, Basketball Coach: Mr. Howard Lindsey, Dept. Head, Visual Aids Director, Ch. Safety Comm., Ch. Fire Drill
Comm.: Mr, lck Osborne. Head Basketball Coach. Asst. liootball Coach. Parking Lot Superviser: Mr. Peter Russo,
Asst, lfootball, Vllrestling, Baseball Coach, Sponsor Hi-Y.
Taking time out from his many duties, Superintendent of Schools Mr. G. E. Ebbertt
chats with valedietorian Joan Gilbert.
Discussing current problems, the School Board meets with high school department heads. They are Mr, James Allen, business
manager: Mr. l.ee liidler. school attorney: Miss Gertrude Plotner. clerk ofthe board: Mr, G. E. Ebbertt. superintendent:
hoard members, Mr. Gordon France: Mr. XVilbur Roby, treasurer: Mrs. Margaret Knight, president: Mr. XVilliam Hover-
male: Mr. Syd Vililliams, secretary: and AHS department heads, Mr, Donald Bowen: Mr. George Davis: Mr. Joseph Dye: and
Mr. George Lee.
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Outsiders, noting the headaches,
fatigue, and hard Work which are
included in the jobs of school ad-
ministrators, sometimes overlook the
respect, admiration, and friendship
which accompany the teaching pro-
fession. Handling the multitude of
executive duties requires the services
of a large staff of workers including
principal, assistant principal, depart-
ment heads, registrar, office staffs,
The administration must find
time to be counselor, organizer,
judge, comforter, confidant, and
prosecutor to accomplish the efficient
operation of the school.
gawled deaamee, . ,
They like to laugh too. Principal .lohn Paul llllllrlililll pauses in a busy
schedule to laugh with Registrar Nlrs, Nlarjorie Austin.
. David I,. Adams. assistant principal.
s of AHS girls envy Mrs. Martha Goflus position as secretary to genial
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How many are absent today?" Checking the Asiatic flu lists
are Mrs. Ruthann Imler, school nurse: Mr. Joseph Sparks,
dean of boys: Mrs. Mona Higginbotham, attendance clerk,
and Mrs, Edna Rhynearson, dean of girls.
Mr. Max Beigh, director of counseling services, frightj
enjoys the "pause that refreshes" at the end of a trying
day with school secretaries Miss Novalyn Morrison, Mrs.
Mary Norris. and Mrs, Barella Gray,
The underlying reason behind school exist-
ence is education, and no education can be
acquired without preparation and study, Assign-
ments, tests, and notebooks all require some
study Whether it is inside of school or out.
The advantages of preparation are undeniable,
but students seem to study in some different.
remarkable, and sometimes questionable environ-
ments. The time-honored picture of the small
boy, surrounded by books, Working at a desk
by the light of a single lamp has been replaced.
The modern student does his schoolwork
with an odd assortment of interruptions and
situations to the accompaniment of radio,
record player, or television. Overcoming the
difficulties of his manner of studying, today's
student still manages to turn out enviable work
"Willian1 Tell really shot an apple off his son's head,"
custodian archery hobbyists Harry Mier, Bill Haygood.
Fred Vklelsh. Jim Baker, Head Custodian: Lester Frazier
and Javan Rowlett tell Mrs. Elsie Keevin.
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An oddity occurs in room 306feveryone is sludying.
Lounging comfortably from chair to floor makes it easier for Barry
Atkinson to study American Problems.
i Surrounded by the noise and confusion of the lndian Room.
Maggie Young takes time to concentrate on her lessons,
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Oblivious ol' the noon hour rush, Bill Robbins
snalrhes that last minute look before n resl,
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listening to Baccalaureate speeches, seniors reflect four years of development into maturity.
Seniors ponder as the last moments of their high school
careers clwindle out.
In 1908 a change was made in graduation
arrangements. For the first time, seniors Were
chosen to deliver the commencement addresses
and both the January and June classes united in
The Prom was the first event of Senior Week:
Commencement, the final one, in both 1908
and 1958. During the festivities seniors had
mixed feelings. They were happy to he seniors,
to he sharing the close companionship of their
classmates, but sorry to be graduating to face
a more difficult World which might not include
their high school friends.
Commencement was then as it is novv-a time
of sadness and joy, of hope and anxiety. All
through high school, students look forward to
graduating but when the final step is upon them,
they wish they were just beginning again.
Practice nmlws pcrfccl and commcncemcnt spcnlwrs .ludy Seniors lmvc been painting cords for years and Diannc
Duncan. Dick Vwlilliams. Ann Adams and Phil lnrmorc Connolly. Barluara Bowers, Rogcr Amlcofk .md .ludy
uw ll In lhcur .1dv.1nIagc. Coburn are rnntinuing ilu- lmdililm.
Scniurx file down llmc .mislu past thu proud faces of parents and rclnlivcs.
Students pool .ill their energy and talents to produce top-rated events,
,Mew -ceatwzq of asian! '
ln the history of AHS there has never been a dull moment as lar as activities
go. A halffcentury ago students spent their time going to a multitude of club
meetings, hayrides, bobsled parties and picnics. Today the pace is still as strong
with clubs, dances. hayrides and parties.
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Gab sessions were common in the annual ofhce. Editors l.arry In an effort to sell l5OO annuals 1 running total of
Gibson, Dixie Martin. Ann Adams. Mona Clem. Marilyn Hill and sales vms kept in the front hall by Ray Ashley
Becky Smith launch a good one. Carolyn lVlcCroclxl1n Mtrilyn Chopson and Nltrilyn
Junior Annual Staffers get an earful
from Mr, lfrank Viloschitz. advisor.
They are taround table? Barbara
Diedring, Connie Gustin, Sheron
Whiteman, Janice Branch, Kenneth
Heavilin, Carolyn Ray. Janice
Byrum, Diana Taylor. Mary Jean
Trennepohl. Seated, Steve Givens
and Donna Grant. and standing,
Jane Hamilton. Nancy Hartzell. Pat
lVlcKeand and Dave Ueliolt.
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Out to win nrst but happy with third in the Homecoming Parade
were Mona Clem, Carolyn Ray. Barbara Ross, Dixie Martin and
ln 1958, fifty years after the first yearbook,
the annual staff decided to compile an annivers-
arv edition of the first book and was faced with
a task of producing one that would maintain the
All-American rating bestowed on the 1957
Staff members attended institutes, conven-
tions, and workshops to acquire journalistic
training and knowledge that would enable them
to produce a book worthy of the Golden Anni-
From cluttered ruins in the sub-basement
behind the Driver Education domain, the annual
staffers carved a new pink and brown modern-
istic headquarters and were inspired to genius.
For a semester the geniuses sufered with one
light and were in a state of euphoria when more
lights and a darkroom made an appearance
toward the vear's end.
Among the tourist in Chicago in August during A
four-day journalism convention were six staff
members. Sharon lVlcl.aughlin, Linda Stires, Mr.
Frank XVoschitz. Roni McKibban. George .lntkson
and Dan Motto,
Annual stallers Marilyn Cliopson, Alice Nl.lYIl.ll'tl. Slmron
lVlcl.aughlin and Becky Smith apply their artistic abilities on
the Homecoming float.
Wecaep ea ee ,eacfldeddmy eqeie exe! weed
The XfRay, following the tradition
of the last 55 years, has kept up its aim
of presenting the highest class of literary
work which AHS talent can produce.
Students see the finished product each
Friday, but down in Room 19 the day
merely marks the beginning of another
publishing cycle. Reporters Work hard
to get their information on paper. Then
editors see to it that stories make their
way to the print shop where the print
shop boys set up the galley proofs. Page
make up and printing complete the cycle
in time for the next Friday deadline.
This has been going on for years and
the readers are able to "see through life
Starting the publishing cycle on the X-Ray in a policy meeting are
Nancy Gabel, l.ittle Chief Editor: Nancy Pearson and Stephanie Hoppes
both X-Ray ljditors-in-Chief: and Mr. l.ee Fursley. sponsor.
PUBLICATION REPRESENTATIVES-Row l-Cindy Green, Helen Raekes, Joyce Morgan, Georgia Truesdel, Becky
Scherer. Carolyn Ray, Bev Parks. Sandra Hovermale, Sharon Henderson. Karen Simpson. Row Z7Su7ette Batthauer. Mary
Vess, Ron Clark. Mark Barnett. Jerry Shaffer, Cindy Scott, Mary Paul Mason, Diana Taylor. Mary Jeffers, Sheron Vi'hite-
man, Judy Knick, Row 3-Peggy Taylor, Judy Hawkins, Jannie Alleman, David Dykes. Floyd Vv'ilhoite, Curt Jones,
John Chambers. Nancy England. Francis Layton. Dave Chambers. Row 4+Sherry Franklin. Howard XVhitman, Joe Swift,
Chuck Davis. Steve Coffman. Bruce Ress. Fat Mclieancl, Bill Burt. Carole Schrope. Kenny Cook. John McCord.
Make-up of the paper is handled by page editors. Sue
Meiser. assistant news: David DeBolt. sports: Pat MC-
lxeand, feature: Dan Motto, columnistg Larry Contos,
'lihe nnished product is set in type and locked in a chase by print
shop students Robert Mason and Dave Brough.
Typist Kay Dean. Business Manager Kay Claxonz Associate
Editor Floyd NX'hitehouse combine to handle publishing
if as a.
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Stories are assigned to reporters by
managing editors l,inda Stanley and
her associate Jan Podhaski tstand-
ing on the rightj. Reporters are
lclockwise around table! George
Jackson. photographer: Gail Bed-
lord, Nancy Hartzell, Marylinda
Thomas. Judy Shoemaker, Fred
Eastes. Ann Harris, and standing,
Tom Tappan, photographer.
After a press run of several hundred. the X-Ray is now
a completed product admired by George Jackson, Mr.
Don Hayes. print shop instructor: and Bob Schattner.
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President Tom Breitweiser demonstrates the technique
used in directing to oflicers Lynne Clements, Ann
Harris, Bud Morgan, Buddy Gilmore, Michael Dunn,
Nancy Preston anal Evelyn Matthews.
A small group of musically-inclined students
combined to form the AHS Orchestra in l9OO to
gain added knowledge about playing and learning
their desired instruments. The number has grown
to the present membership of 48.
No Screeching goes on with this group of musicians. Jeanne
Phillips, Suzanne Eilar, Buddy Gilmore and Susan James
are members of the All-State Orchestra.
As a reward for the extra rehearsal for the
Operetta, the orchestra traveled to Cincinnati for
a day of leisure. While there they visited the
Cinerama and a Symphony Orchestra.
ORCHESTRA-Row l-Tom Breitweiser, Michael Dunn. Suzanne Eilar. Jeannie Steele, Lynne Clements, John Hurley,
Evelyn Matthews. Sharon XX'ools, Buddy Gilmore, Susan James, Beth Robinett. Row 2-Jeanne Phillips, Linda Welker, Linda
Caplan, Charlotte XVillis, Elizabeth Hyland, Madelyn Taylor, Carolyn Hyatt, Ann Harris, Anita Ballinger, Pattyann Goss.
Row 3iStanley Schumacher. Dorothy Hill. Nancy Preston. Ruth Hudson, Mary Jane Cronk. Martha Vasbinder, Bud
Morgan, Vifendell Brown. Jan Loudenback, Van Hudson, Jane Preston. Row 4-Melanie Dalton. David Carniany, Nancy Lee,
Tom Miller. John Thompson, Mr. Thomas Clem, Director.
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INDlANli'liTES-f-Row l7Sharon l.ynam, Sharon Seybert, Nancy Gahel, Nlary Vfysockey, Becky Smith. Judy Reed. Nora
Sylvester. Row Z-Karen McKay, Joyce Howard, Melanie Dalton. Donna Grant. Bev Benlfco. Karel Smith, Row 34
Gykala ilolbert, Lynne Clements, Saundra Heard, JoAnne Sloane, Judy Sanford. Pam XX'aymire.
'gcuwl to 'ng glow
Twenty-two strutting lndianettes led the
band to marching glory at the Indiana State
Fair, adding glamour. legs. and batons to the
From the moment the troupe begins its per-
formance, each girl leaves her ordinary way of
life and enters a World of fantasy, whether she
becomes one of the symbolic notes in the "Lets
Dance" routine, or portrays a Disneyland char-
acter in the Variety Show.
Behind the lovely fantasy are many hours of
tiring practice. This does not include the time
taken for lessons.
Each girl feels that these demands are re-
warded when she performs with the group as an
lilashing half-time shows ltop picturel were a special
attraction as lndianettes performed many precision step
routines at football games this fall.
lraveling in litrqttriotts strata-cruisers. the AHS hand
dazzled out of-town hosts with their top quality perform-
ances at foothall games.
VARSITY BAND Row l 'Vlirk Birron Norman Rauner. Martlla Vasbinder, Ruth Hudson. Eleanor liolbusz. Row 2-
Judy Josefek Judy lohnson Duid Mime Jinice ltrguson, Roger Kellams, David DeBolt. Carol Nahrwold. Cathy Ort,
Pitty leirson R xi 3 Don Hollidn Nlikt Ron e, Gary Moore. Sharon Melaughlin. John Nlelson, Jerry Hobbs. James
Johnson Dorothy Hill lerry lVlont1g,uc Jim Armstrong, Eddie Himes. Row -l-Tom Sloane. llhil Hosier, Jon lVlcClinf
lock Due Couirt Stmley Schumicher PiulH'ird1crt, Robert Huffman, Jeffery Gilmore. Row 5--Mr. Cieorge li. Vaught,
Director Brian Hardy Ruthinn Murphy Jim Biker, John Thompson. Jim Purkey.
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lwlore than 100 musicians, including 74 bandsmen, 22
dancers, and several soloists, combined their talent to pro-
duce the third annual Band Variety Show.
"You and the Night and the Music" was the theme of
the show. It included six numbers from Broadway
In l956 the AHS Band presented its first musical spec-
tacular with 4,090 in attendance. By popular demand a
repeat performance was staged. Last year 7,000 persons
saw the brilliantly-staged production during the two-night
run, a number exceeded this year.
Blacklight, a new lighting effect, was used to create a
mysterious phosphorescent atmosphere. Augmenting this
new blacklight were exclusive costume creations from top
New York and Chicago theatrical houses.
The pride and joy of the new AHS band room is this nrst place trophy
won at the Indiana State liair. Mr. George ll. Vaught, Director, smiles
fondly at the prize.
VARSITY BAND-A-Row lv'-Sandra Simpson, Janei Burns. Sandra Kelly, Jon lllllll. Ji1dyNX'elis1er. Row Z -Alan Aieix
,arrv Tcgge. Jeff DCBOII. Clarice Christian. Dave Chien, lucy Xlvers. Nanci' llrcsion. Jan l,ounlenliacle. Calhx' Xlcffro 1
Row 3--Alan Swinford, Bill Hill, Aaron Silver. Max -I-JIl'I'IAI'l, Clary liaglin. Bud Nlurgan. Unix' Carpenxer, XK'endell lfwioixn
Pal Hinkley. Row -l-fllancly Shuman, Danny Burchhelcl, Jim Grr. lioh Jones. John Dillxey. 'Ibm Joyce. Row 5 Doll
Renselle. Doug Harney. Jay Newlvern. David Daly. Steve llart, l ester lilackwell.
Wmdetq dow fax audience mane than 7,000
DANCE BANI1 --Row
l7Mark Barron. Max
Taliiian. Vx'endell Brown,
Noi-nian Rauner. Row 1
floin Sloane. Phil
llosier, Jon McClintock.
Tom Joyce. Jim Orr.
John Dilkey. Row 'S-W
Melanie Dalton, John
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An operetta, thirty special programs, Tee
Pee Capers and three convocations provided
the showcase for the talent of 250 vocal
music students this year.
Seven singing groups complete the vocal
music curriculum with Madrigal being the
desired goal of every songbird. The l2-mem-
ber matched voice group, which presented
upwards of 20 Christmas programs, is
modeled after the old English caroleers.
Madrigal was founded in 1943.
Almost twice as old is Choral Club, formed
in l930. This year the group was more
active than ever, presenting many special pro-
grams, the operetta, "The Prince of Pilsenf'
and major presentations at the Thanksgiving
and Christmas convocations. and Tee Pee
Choralettes, Concert Choir. Girls Chorus,
Vocal Ensemble and Boys Chorus are ad-
vanced singing groups. The latter boasts more
tradition than any other, having been in full
operation in l908, 50 years ago.
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"XVateh Ze Birdie" says Tirench Photographer Tim l.ee as he
photographs opereita performers Dave Layton. Tom Joyce. Steve
Shaw, Randy Davis, Mike Dunn. Dan Roby, Jerry Coon. and
CHORAI. CIl.UB-Row l---Ann Harris. .loyce Shelton.
l.inda Crim. Darlene Carey. Joanna Gough. Nancy
Ussery. Stephanie lloppes. Sharon Seybert, Betty Riggs.
.lanis Council. Beveriy llorine. Norma l5urnish, Carol
Ussery. Sandra DuBois. Carol Cirav. l.ynn Perry. .loan
Gilbert, Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, Director. Row Z--
Naney Skinner, Ruth McAllister. Pam Butlerneld. Sylvia
Verguson. Suzanne llardin. Ann Brady. Carole Presser,
Marilyn Bryant. Yvonne DeVashir. Adelia Drake. Sally
Vfessar, Vw'anda Pursley. Susan Jones. Carolann lloppes.
Paula Heiden. Brenda Ahlott. Mary Jane Cronk, Mary
Beth Phelps. lfllen XX'igner. Pat Howard. Row 3-Dan
Motto, Myrl Nisely. Brooks Townsend. Jerry Sale,
Ronald Mchlabney. Paul liairburn. Jim Baker. Gary
McClain. Dan Roby. Torn Newman. John Molson. Toni
iliappan. Toni Miller, Michael Dunn, Robert Rozelle.
Darrell Martin. Rowe -lfrldom Joyce, Randy Davis,
Tom XYil5on. Tim l.ee. David l.ayton, David Crandall.
Philip l.armore. David O'Brien. .lcrry Coon, Phillip
Hosier. Phil Sullivan, Steve Shaw. Richard Wlilliams,
Don Beatty. David Cowart. Van Hudson. Gary Moore.
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Gay dancing scenes on the l5reneh Riviera featured the Choral Club Operetta. ln the east llelit to rightl are Dave Crandall,
Nancy Ussery. Gary Moore. Suzanne Hardin. l.ucy Myers. Stephanie lloppes. Nancy Skinner. Jerry Sale tthe tvaiterj,
Ann Brady. .loyce Shelton, and Brenda Abbott.
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Paula Heiden, Susan
Jones. Betty Riggs,
Joan Gilbert, Adelia
Drake, Marilyn Bryant,
Row Z7Miss Mary
Ruth Palmer, Director.
Row 3-Dick Vwlilliams.
Gary Moore, Phil Sulli-
van. Jerry Coon, Steve
Shaw, Jerry Sale.
MODERN MUSIC MASTERS-Row 1-Ann Harris, Martha Vaslainder, Patty Binkley, Susan Jones, Betty Riggs,
Beverly Horine. Stephanie Hoppes. Sharon Seybert, Norma Furnish, Yvonne DeVashir. Jan Loudenback. Joan Gilbert.
Row Z7Miss Mary Ruth Palmer. Sponsor: Ruth Hudson, Ann Adams. Suzanne Hardin. Janis Council. Ruth McAllister.
Dave Crandall, Marilyn Bryant, Jerry Sale, NVanda Pursley, Aclelia Drake, Patty Pearson, Evelyn Mathews, Mrs. Paula
Lawson, Sponsor. Row 37Mr. Thomas Clem, Sponsor: Carolyn McCrocklin. Cathy McCt-ocklin, Pam Butterfield. David
Carmany, John Melson, Jon Hunt, Jim Baker, Mary Jane Cronk, Brenda Abbott. Pat Howard. Sylvia Ferguson. Mary
Beth Phelps, Jeanne Phillips. Jane Preston, Mr. George P. Vaught, Sponsor. Row -l-Melanie Dalton. Nancy Preston,
Dorothy Hill, Dave Layton, Tom Miller, Tom Newman, Don Beatty, Darrell Martin, Tom Tappan, Alan Ayers, Jack
Graham, Carole Presser. Carolann Hoppes. Lynn Petry, Paula Heiden, Nancy Skinner. Donna Hill. Row 5-Paul liairburn,
XVendell Brown. Mark Barron, Max Cattron. Bud Morgan. Boh Jones, Dan Motto. Jerry Coon, Tom XVilson, Tim Lee,
Dave Cowart, Dave O'Brien, Phil Hosier, Dan Roby, Dick Vv'illiams, Clifford Gilmore, Michael Dunn, Gary Moore,
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Allister. Jan Loudenhack. Carol Ann Ratzlaff. Molly Jo Tucker, Hazel Carter, Karen Simpson. Row 2-Rose Ann
Needler. Karol Hendricks. Loretta Baum, Cathy Orr, Louise Smith, Carla Rogers, Vera Johnson, Bonnie Greenwalt, Betsy
Bales. Joyce Norris, Julia Norris. Sandra Brown, Anita Littrell, Jane Preston. Row 3+Carole McAllister, Sandra
Phillippe. Janice Perry. Shirley lifelts. Bev Miller. Gayle Shaw, Sherry Carter, Phyllis Lawson. Judy Kiminerling, llsther
Patterson, Carla Burnett. Linda Addison. Suzette Batthauer, Mary Bess, Rita Tolhert, Dianna Miller. Joan McCiillictiddy',
Nancy Stokes, Myrna Richman. Shirley Crouse. Row 4----Evelyn Mathews. Karen Adamson, Susan James, llliyabeth
Toombs. Judy Dilts, Penny XVaugh. Peggy lfoster. Beth Robinett. Phyillis Vickey, Norma Cripe, Ruthie Gilmore, Carol
Nahrwold. lfleanor Kolhusz, Peggy Vvlaugh. Sheila Hornbeck, Carol Brown. NVilma Pritchard, Dianna Garringer. Row 5-
l.inda Douglas. Patty lileece. Donna Hill. Ioretta Hamilton, Michele Hancock, Jackie Odowd, Jeanne Phillips, JoAnne
VUehb, Linda Dearing, Joyce Howard, Becky XValker, Carolyn Falls. Phyllis Holder, Ruth Hudson, Judi Pickering, Laquita
Marsh, Glenda Collier, Sherill Vincent, .loyce XVatson, Jannie Alleman.
BOYS GLUE CLUB+Row l- -Mrs. Paula Lawson, Director: Larry Herron. Roosevelt Cash, Pete Dodd,
Harold Miicheni. Jack Graham, Judy Vw'elvster. Accompanist. Reiv ZYJim Toombs, Eddie Purciful, Jon
Shafer. Bill Thomas, Don Yanik, Jerry Rouse, Jon Hunt, Curt Jones. Row jzftlack Grey, Dwight Baer,
Lonnie Blackwell. klfilliani Hester, XVillie XVilliams. Eugene Miller, Don Ball, James Johnson. Row -l-1
Jim Goodnight. Dave Antrohus, Meril Hedrick, Bruce Nivens, Steve l,and, Pat Collins, John Kallen-
herg, Ron Yanik. John Condon.
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Scanning the play books for the Open House present-
ation are Thespian officers Ronnie Clark, treasurer: Mona
Clem, secretary: Miss Alice Higman, sponsor: Dick
XVilliams, president: and Carolann Hoppes. vice president.
Originating from the Literary Club, which
was founded in 1906, the National Thespian
Organization, Troupe 736, was formed in
1952. Dramatics Club was another name for
Thespians from 1912 until 1952.
The club purpose is to further education in
dramatic arts. Every two years a National
Thespian Convention is held to which Troupe
736 sends delegates. This year it was held at
The most important activity this year was
the annual spring open house, at which a series
of one-act plays were produced.
A Thespian is a peculiar type. He is unhappy
unless performing under a thick coat of makeup,
and he craves the pressure of opening night. His
only reward is a good performance and an
THESPIANS--Row 1-Doris Hall, Shirley Huff, Darlene Carey. Dick Vwlilliams, Carolann Hoppes. Mona Clem, Ron
Clark, Dick Rosenbaum. Row 2-Ruth Scharnowske, Camille Roby, Kay McGraw, Ruth Ann McKay, Norma Southers.
Bev Miller, Mary Sue McAllister, Carla Ewald, Miss Alice Higman, Sponsor. Row 'S-Tom Newman, John Hurley, Mike
Dunn. Doug Davis, Mike Hurley. Barbara Harrison, Mary Paul Mason, Ronnie Carper. Row 44Dee Scheller, Tom Miller,
David O'Brien, Roger Adcock, Randy Davis, Jerry Hobbs, Mike Rowe, Gary Reese, Nancy Skinner.
HISTORY Cl.UBfRow l+Kay McGraw, Sandy Gordon, Barbara Harrison, Cindy Scott. John Hensler, Randy Gordon.
Judy Shoemaker. Bob Dyson, Row Z-Ronnie Carper. Diana Taylor. Judy Dilts. Sue Heritage. Linda Lewis. Karel Ann
Smith, Sally Stokes. Nancy Graves. Karen Kelley, Miss Virginia l,indstrom. Sponsor. Row S5gMary Paul Mason. Marcia Neff,
linda Cox. Sharon Gibbs, Janice lferguson. Pam Butterneld. Judi Bingaman. Cindy NVright. Bev Benko. linda Knotts.
Row -liJanice Byrum. Lana Achor. larry Carr. Joseph Speece. llhil Rinker. lirrol Grant, Dave l,ayton, Michael
Cummings, Ron Clark, Ann Harris. Marlene! Tuterow.
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This was the year of 'iSputniks" and the
"Explorer", and the History Club stood by,
ready to observe these history-making events.
History Club was first organized as a club in
l9-16, but it was discontinued in 1952. The
present club was formed in l956.
Sponsored by Miss Virginia Lindstrom, this
group has enjoyed such activities as movies,
slides, guest speakers, and a trip to Chicago.
During a year when many outstanding his-
torical events took place, History Club played
an important part at Anderson High School. It
is striving to prove that the social sciences are
still important to a democracy, because, though
science puts the manfmade moons in the strato-
sphere, it remains for the social scientists to see
that they are used to promote peace and progress.
"Is it Sputnik or the Explorer?" ask moon-watching
History Club officers, Sandy Gordon, secretary: Judy
Shoemaker. vice president: Randy Gordon. president: and
Cindy Scott. treasurer.
M Bl k h H Phl ll 'I'
"A" CLUB7Row lfDoug Davis. Gary McClain, Larry assey. oo Glazelzroo s, Jo n ensler. i Su ivan, om
Vifilson. Jim Stringer. Dallas Young. Jerry Smith, Jerry Coon, Melvin Mimms, Ste IC Lowry. Mr. David Adams, Sponsor.
Row 2fDon Roudebush. Bob Brown, Donald Johnson, Jerry Carpenter, Cecil Young. Earlie Remson, Richard Patter-
son, Jim Minnefield, Pete Danforth, Jerry Pickel, Bill McFarland, Larry Ballinger, Jim Seal. Row 3-Gene Deitz, Marvin
XVhitaker, Dave Luck, Bob Kanable, Ray Guyot. John McGuire. Larry Milam. Fred Kingsbury, Bob Jackson, Tom
rfgllmgn, DJVQ Bghgr, CI'0m Ivinvillqy Rcyngld MCVQEY, RQW 4--Larry SLIIIOII. COllll'lS, Roosevelt vy7lllilI'SOIl, Lang,
Mike Cummings, Dwight Aldred, Tom Davis, Carlos Corzine, Cecil Robinson, Larry Gellinger, Gary Baker, Norman Dclph,
Randy Davis, Jim Morgan. John Teague.
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Active in displays of school spirit are A Club officers,
Dallas Young, sergeant-at-arms: Tom Vwlilson, vice-pres-
ident: Phil Sullivan, president: and Jim Stringer, secretary-
Each year more than 100 awards are given to
athletes of AHS. A boy becomes a member of
A Club when he receives his To win a
letter a boy must Hrst serve a year on the junior
varsity and then move up to the varsity level.
Participating in athletics means many sacri-
fices, Some of the privileges he must give up
are sweet foods, soft drinks and late dates. Prac-
tice sessions and conditioning drills are endless,
but there is no greater thrill for a high school
boy than to step out on the gridiron or court
with the cheers and hopes of thousands follow-
Purposes of A Club are to promote athletics
and to maintain a high regard for awards by
encouraging scholarship and sportsmanship.
Despite some criticisms and pressures, athletes
continue to compete because the reward is in
fellowship, not so much in glory or material
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Anderson's Honor Society was one of the
nation's first, when it was organized in 1921 by
the Student Council. It became associated with
the National Honor Society in 1938. Its mem-
bership of 15 has been increased to the 45
seniors plus the juniors, who are initiated in
Honor Society's bi-monthly meetings have
included spelling matches, book reports, panel
discussions, outside speakers, picnics, and a
formal candlelight initiation.
National Honor Society recognizes those stud-
ents who excel in scholarship, leadership, and a
desire for higher learning. Membership in the
AHS Honor Society is not primarily made up of
the so-called Mintellectual eggheadf' Rather the
members are some of the most active, and
talented students in the school.
Knowledge is power-and a big stack of books accord-
ing to Honor Society oflicers Joan Gilbert. secretary: Susan
Jones, publicity chairman: Dick NVilliams. president: Phil
Iarmore, vice president and Nancy Barron, treasurer.
HONOR SOCIETY-Row lfAnn Brady. Marilyn Bryant. Janis Council, Susan Jones, Phil l.armore, Dick XVilliams, Joan
Gilbert, Nancy Barron, Camille Roby, Carolyn Sargent, Nancy Pearson. Row 2-Paula Heiden. Sharon l.ynam, .lanet Mc-
Daniel. Ann Adams. Mona Clem. Anita Glaze. Allene Hart. Judy XVoods, Ann Blue, Judy Canaday, Janice Bradley, Pat
Harl, Mrs. Margaret Doles, Sponsor. Row '57Priscilla Skouden, Marilyn Chopson, Nancy Gabel, Suzanne Myers, Ellen
XVigner. Sandy Taylor. Dorothy Hill, Laquita Marsh, .ludy Reed, l.inda Stanley, Carol Schrope. Row -1-Norma Purnisli,
Alice Shannon, Carolyn McCrocklin, Dixie Martin, Sharon Mcl.aughlin, Dick Rosenbaum, Tim l.ee. Don Ramsey, Jerry
Pickel, Barry Atkinson, Bill Price, Paul Eisele.
SENIOR YeTEENS-Row lfMarilyn Chopson. Pat May. Janet Bohlen. Virginia Gary, Carolann Hoppes, Georgia Trues-
del. Allene Hart, Betty Riggs, Camille Roby. Dixie Martin, Carolyn Sargent. Nancy Pearson, Mona Clem. Row Z7Mrs.
Elvin Schrope. Sponsor: Carolyn McCrocklin, Sue Jordon. Nancy Sargent. Anita Glaze. Carolyn Carr. Annette Shipman.
Kay Cappel. Patty Johnson, Nancy Cornelius. l.aquita Marsh. Paula Heiden. Kay Harris, .loan Gilbert, .ludy Hawkins. Row
37Arlene Springer. Suzanne Myers. Alice Maynard, Martha Livingston, Judy Abernathy. Deanna Brubaker. Gail Jones,
Linda Crim, Dixie Harlan, Sherron Quinn. Marilyn Cole. l.inda Stanley. Jan Podhaski. Marilyn Bryant, Priscilla
Skouden. Row 4fJudy XVoods. Sherry Dennis. Aretta Dowden. Mary Dawn Boyd, Carol Schrope, Nancy Barron, Pat
Howard. Carole Presser. Nancy Englund. Diane Connolly, Sally XVessar. Vxlanda Pursley. Sharon l.ynam. .ludy Reed. Ruth Ann
- eeee Za maae Za new gacvztew de 40:4 gem
In l9l9, the first Y-Teen group met. lt was
called the Girl Reserves until l947 and is one
of the oldest continuous organizations in high
school. The Y-Teens have been meeting in the
same YWCA for 39 years.
They hope this 40th year will be the last
because the clubs have outgrown the little
YWCA. Last summer a group of Y-Teens
helped to do something about it, collecting
money for a new building, which is to be erected
Each year the Y-Teens sponsor the annual
Silver Bell Dance, a turn-about dance to which
the girls ask the boys. More than 600 persons
from city high schools attended. The Blue
Triangle Room was the scene of record-hops.
parties, public speakers, and discussions on teen-
age problems. Fellowship has always been the
keynote of Y-Teens.
Pretty as the Christmas decorations are Senior Y-Teen
officers Nancy Pearson. inter-club member: Camille Roby.
vice-president: Dixie Martin. president: Carolyn Sargent.
intereclub member. Row 2-Pat May, secretary: and
Mona Clem, treasurer,
JUNIOR Y-TlflfNS-Row lfli-onnie Shank. Ann Harris. Karen Simpson. Barbara Diedring. Sue Pate. Sharon Henderson.
Cindy Vylright. Judi Bingaman, Cindy Chasey, Becky Scherer, Sharon Riggs, Dinah Tyler, Barbara Ross. Row ln-Elizabeth
Hyland. Kay McGraw, Pam Butterfield. Joyce Shelton, Janice Byrum. Judy Shoemaker. Barbara Harrison. Sandy Gordon.
Diana Taylor. l.ana Achor. l.inda l.ewis. l.inda Hiatt. Nancy Graves. Row 37Mrs. John McGiyern. Sponsor: l.ola Cave.
Pat Jackson. Jane Hamilton. Sharon Armstrong, Marcia Neff. Martha Frazier. Mary Jane Cronk. Karel Ann Smith. Sally
Stokes, Bev Benko, Judy Vllebster. Sandra Anderson, Janice Ferguson. Row 4+Janet Vfynn. Anita l.ittrell. Sue Heritage.
Ann Gellinger, Judy Dilts. Donna Grant. Nancy Hartlell. Terry Montague. Joanne Sloan. Sheron XVhiteman. XVilma Pritch-
ard. Anne Knotts. Nancy Brincluse. Karen Kelley. l.ouise Smith. Row '57Claudine Goodman. Janice l'isher. Janet Barron.
Cyndy Bloom. Sandy Hartzell. Patty Knotts. Sharon Smith. Marcia Huffer. Nancy Skinner. Addie Dunlap, Judy lee. Peggy
Hennigar. Janice McGiyern. Mary Paul Mason. Cindy Scott, Brenda Abbott, Marlene Tuterow, l.inda Knotts,
SOPHOMOE YYVEENSYROW I4Maggie Young, Linda VVelker, Patty Pearson. Jannie Alleman. Carla liwald, Deanna
Abernathy. Saundra Heard, Linda Douglas. l.inda Addison. Donna Reichard. Judith Ray, Sandra Corre. Row Z-Jan
loudenback, Ruth Hudson. Janice Perry. Joan McGillicuddy, Diana Miller. Karen McKay. Susie lveson. Sandra Hutson,
l,inda Hummel, Ann Robinson, Mary Del.awter. Sandy Cox. Norma Cripe. Phyllis Vickery. Row 'S7Mrs. Donald Alle-
man, Sponsor: Dee Scheller, Judy Temple, Linda Elmore, Karel Hendricks. Phyllis Holder. Carol Nahrwold, Anita Ball-
inger. Beth Rohinett. Sue Hummer. Sally Keller. l.oretta Baum, Sherry Carter. Pam Clutch. Marsha Ann Marsh. Mrs. M. VU.
lfleece. Sponsor. Row -l4Joan Hurley. Patsy Duckworth. Sandy Kelly. Cathy McCrocklin. Nlarylinda Thomas. Betty
Grim. Joyce Phillips. Rita Tolbert. Cindy Greene, Joyce Howard. Susan James. June Stroud. l,ois Tuterow. Rose Ann
Needler. Kay Kingsbury. Jane Preston. Row 5--Vicky Kabrich. Michele Hancock. Judy Cron. Margaret Baker, Donna
Hutchens. Nancy Stokes. Pattyann Goss, Patty Fleece. Marva Simpson. Bev Miller, Donna Hill. Grace Alexander, Dianne
Baker, Sandra Allen. Herma Butler, Bonnie Greenwalt. Susan Campbell.
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"Speak, O spirit. Tell us who you are,"
This phrase was heard at the formal initi-
ation of green Latin Club members into the
Junior Classical League. the national organiz-
ation of Latin students. Here an unusual
ritual of lighted candles and sacrince to the
spirit of achievement takes place.
Each member contributes his services to the
many service projects that Latin Club,
founded in 1922, undertakes. Club activities
included a slave sale, where neophytes were
sold to upperclassmen for a week of "menial"
tasks, and the money was given to charity.
Members also dressed up in togas and tunics,
ancient Roman dress, to attend a "Roman
Banquet" this Spring,
Latin Club is one of the largest organiz-
ations with more than lOO members on the
Beauty abounds in Latin Club where seven coeds vied for
state l,atin Queen honors, They are Dee Scheller. Beverly
Miller, Dinah Tyler, Janet Alleman, Sandy Simpson, Deanna
Abernathy, and Beverly Benko, the AHS Hnalist.
LATIN CLUBiRow l-Jay Newbern, Jon McClintock, Tim Kutscheid, Wendell Brown, Jon Shaffer, John Simmons,
Tim l,amey, John Flanagan. Sherman Scott, Bill Osborne, Jim Steele, Mike Morgan, Don Crowley. Bob McGuire, Mike
Rowe. Row 2fl.orine Rayford, Janice lierguson, Donna Birkhead, Cathy Orr, Deanna Abernathy, Jim Baker, vice-
president: Janice Byrum, historian: Barbara Ross, treasurer: John Melson, president, Bev Benko, secretary: Dan Roby
parliamentarian, Dinah Tyler, state JCL secretary: Karel Ann Smith, corresponding secretary, Norma Cripe, Ruth Hudson,
Phyllis Holder, Nancy Stokes, Karen McKay, Cindy Greene. Row 'S-Doug Davis, Patty Pearson, Judy Reveal, Susie
lveson, Pat Binkley, Cindy XVright, Pam Buttertield, Barbara Harrison, Dee Scheller, Ann Robinson, Shirley Huff. Dick
Rosenbaum, John Hensler. Sandy Cox, Sandra Simpson, Tom Tappan, Kay McGraw. Jannie Alleman, Judy Cron, Caralee
Campbell. Jerry Rouse, Dave Layton, Row -l7Yvonne NVoods, Alice Maynard, Eleanor Kolbusz, Ann Harris. Bonnie
Shank, Sherry Dennis, Pattyann Goss, Janice Perry, Linda Caplan, Sandra Allen, Ann Adams. Susan Jones, Linda Lewis,
Sandy Gordon, Saundra Heard, Phyllis Swain, Joyce Phillips, Kay Vvlood. Judi NVilson, Madelyn Taylor, Loretta Hull, Curt
Jones. Jim Toombs, Row 5-Sherry Carter, Carol Nahrwold, Carolyn McCrocklin. Mary Jane Cronk, Linda Hiatt, Nancy
Graves. Cathy McCrocklin, Judy Sanford, Betty Grim, Carolyn Falls, Susan Campbell. Kay Roberson, Randy Davis. Bob
Dyson, Dwight Aldred, Ruthie Gilmore, Ruth McAllister, Mary Paul Mason, Cindy Scott, Nancy Sampley, Judi Pick-
ering, Jo Anne Webb, Donna Reichard, Joyce Younger, Bev Miller, Gary Baker, Eddie Purciful,
Tracing the steps in advertising layout are Sherron Quinn, Sue "Aloyisius." the mannequin, gels a dressing up
Hudson. Barbara Schildmeier, Barbara Gibson, and Priscilla from Retailers Barbara Malsom. Gail Jones. Janice
Skouden. Bradley, and Peggy Davis.
fedadow 'Wwlckma ZZal-of een'
Twice in the eight years of its existence, the
high school's Future Retailers Club won the
Indiana Club-of-the-Year Award.
Latest top rating came in March. just two
years after the nrst such award. The local club
began its statewide activity in l954 when the
State Convention was held here. A year later
the Retailers won their first state club award,
and for the past two years. Jack Vwfebber and
Jack Atwell have held the State presidency of
the Distributive Education Clubs of Indiana.
Atwell also was elected National president of
the D.E.C.A. at a huge convention in Columbus,
Qhio, late in the spring.
D. E. students study academics in the morn-
ing and train onftheajob in the afternoon.
Spreading joy at the liuture Retailers Christmas Party
at the orphans home were Mr. and Mrs, Santa Claus and
club members Norma Southers and .lack Atwell.
6-Z 'a ' e game Zeatpop denim
Billiards is a popular pastime at the "Y" and a meeting
place for Hi-Y officers Larry Sutton, treasurer: Ralph Worley,
vice president: Dave Kimball, president, Dale Copeland,
chaplin: Jack Morris, secretary,
With the playing of the popular song
"The Stroll," the so-called Anderson Indians
came "strolling in" at one end of the gym
while at the other end stood several "hoods"
clad in levis and leather jackets. This was the
setting for the Hi-Y basketball pep session
earlier this year. After a hard-fought battle
the Indians won out, 26-2.
Each year the Hi-Y also sponsors such
service activities as the annual Christmas
Party for underprivileged children of the
community, now in its 19th year. More than
300 youngsters attend. Another is the Sun-
rise Service, attracting several hundred Easter
Sunday church goers to ceremonies planned
and carried out by club members.
Hi-Y heard speakers, saw movies, went on
field trips, and sponsored two basketball
teams in the YMCA league.
HI-Y-Row l+Don Roudebush, John McGuire, Bob Kanable. Fred Kingsbury, Dave Kimball, Jack Morris, Norman
Delph, Larry Sutton, Ralph Vw'orley, Tim Lee, Gary Baker, Randy Davis, Mr. Pete Russo, Sponsor. Row 2-Roni Mc-
Kibban, John Hensler, Jay Newburn, Howard Vvlhitman, Steve Aldred, Mike Martin, Dick Rosenbaum, Ifrank Durham, Bob
Dyson, Larry Ballinger. Larry Gibson, Ron Clark. Ron McVey. Mr, Frank Woschitz, Sponsor. Row 3-Townsend
Albright, Joe Minnear, Tim Kutscheid, Steve Graddy, Joe Swift, Jerry Hobbs, Jerry Carpenter. Larry Gellinger, Pete
Danforth, Don Ramsey, Dallas Young. Tom Tallman, Bill Smith. Row 4-Clark Harrison, Jim Sutton, Pat Lee, Jim
Goodnight, Tom Vtfilliams, Jim Osborne, Dan Motto, Phil Larmore, Tom Wilson, Dale Copeland, Jerry Coon, Tom
Davis, Graydon Skeoch, Dwight Aldred.
HIGHLANDERS-Row l+Phyllis Holder, Marilyn Hill, Sue Meiser, Linda Elmore, Judy Temple. Dee Scheller. Joan Mc-
Gillicuddy. Sherry Carter, Carol Nahrwold, Georgia Truesdel, Nancy Brinduse. Marva Simpson, Carla Ewald, Jane Preston.
Row Z-Janice Perry. Linda Stanley, Stephanie Hoppes, Nancy Pearson, Judi Bingaman. Kay McGraw, Phil l,armore. Ralph
XVorley, Dale Copeland, Jerry Coon. Roni Mcliibban, John McCord. Don Roudebush, Norman Delph, Jack
Morris. Graydon Skeoch. Row 3 - Susie Iveson. Cindy Greene. Barbara Ross, Pat Gary. Gail Bedford. Jannie
i-Xlleman, Nancy Hart7ell. Sandy Crosthwaite, Barbara Harrison, Pam Butterneld. Dave l,ayton, Jane Hamilton. Patty
May. Diana Taylor, Sandy Gordon. Judy Dilts, Sheron XVhiteman, Pam XVaymire, Maggie Young, Mr. XVilliam Ballentine,
Sponsor. Row -l-Anita Ballinger. Nlona Clem. Judi Xvilson, l.inda Dearing, Deanna Abernathy. Sherron Quinn. Diane
Connolly. Sally XX'essar, Camille Roby, Jan Podhaski, Dick Rosenbaum. Rose Ann Needler, Pam Clutch, Judy l.ennis,
Marsha Ann Marsh, Jim Cridge, Bob Davis. l.inda Hummel, Dave Kimball, Mike Rowe. Jim Alleman. Row 57l.oretta
liaum, Dave Bausman, Harold Baute. Jerry l.ewis. Dan Motto, Tom Davis. Tom XVilson. Tim l.ee, Don Ramsey, Ron Clark.
.lerry Hobbs. lirrol Grant. Randy Gordon, Mary Paul Mason. Cindy Scott, l.ana Achor, Cindy Chasey, Ann Harris, Janice
McGiyern, Dan Keeney, Cathy McCrocklin, Judy Knick.
Highlanders. one of the most active clubs in
school with nearly 100 members, has the dis-
tinction of being the Hrst coed high school club
in the state. Three years ago a group of students
met at the YMCA to form a mixed Hi-Y club.
This was the beginning of Highlanders.
ln February, the club sponsored a dance
celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Indian
Room, Highlanders' meeting place. Other activ-
ities-throughout the year included swimming
parties. movies, and discussions on teen-age
dating and teen-age responsibilities.
At Christmas, more serious projects were
undertaken. The members donated enough
canned food for two Anderson families. High-
landers also promotes inter-school fellowship
since two nearby high schools take part.
The other side of the card is a secret to everyone except
Highlander officers Phil Larmore. president: and Jerry
Mk , ?az!me eczcdew e aatdadtdee
5- . BIBLE CLUBYROW l
-l.ucy Myers, Nancy
Preston, Nancy Barron,
Jack Atwell, Sandra
Phillippe, Donna Birk-
head. Row Z Y Mrs.
lllise Mulvihill, Sponsor,
Ruthann McKay, Alice
Howard, Elaine Crouch,
Carol Bergdahl, Carolf
ann Hoppes, Doris Hall.
Row 3 - Ruthie Gile-
more, Judy Reveal,
Carolyn Ray, Carole
Schrope, Pat May. Ann-
ette Shipman. Emma
Posey. Row 4--Don
Yanik. Jerry Rouse.
Larry Conner, Vicki
Sheets, Dorothy Hill.
Mary Owens, Jeanne
Phillips. Jeanette Jones,
l'U'l'URl1 'l'ljACHlfRS7Row l-A-Nancy Barron, Marilyn Bryant, lNlelanie Dalton. Georgia lruestlel, Kay lNlcGraw. Dixie
Martin, Sherill Vincent. Judy Johnson, Diana Taylor. Row Z-Mr. Max Beigh, Sponsor, Sharon Smith, Joyce Shelton,
Beth Robinett, Ruth Gilmore, Phyllis Holder, Karel Hendricks, Janice lferguson, Myrna Richman. Row 3fMary Morrison,
Junice Branch. Nancy Englund, Anita Glaze. Marilyn Hill, Sandra Phillippe. Maggie Young, Suzette Batthauer, Sue
Heritage, Judy Shoemaker. Row -lffwlary Jane Cronk, Connie Gustin, Alice Maynard, Ann Harris, Jeanette Jones,
Sherron Quinn, Judith Lennis, Nancy Skinner, Glenda Collier, Carolann Hoppes, Ruth Ann McKay.
Learning the rules of the game is an important part of lhe agonies of a lcg lowering contest ire lclt by Chirint
badminton as Sharon- Smith. Mrs. Maxine Barcus, Pcttigrcu Cherry Hall ind Chcr5lCobblt Timingthcm ire
Sponsor: Patty Knotts and Nancy Skinner discover. Ku Snider Pat 'Vlcl aughlin and Sharon Rohr
64 npson Dtinna Iibbttts intl Ii kit Stcxmtt
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Since 1936. the Girls Recreation Association
has been stressing good sportsmanship as a key
trait. This was not the first year girls appeared
in the sports picture. As far back as l903,
Anderson High had a girls' basketball team.
Originally called the Girls Athletic Associ-
ation, the group changed its name last year to
Girls Recreation Association.
Activities, sponsored by Mrs. Maxine Barcus.
included bowling, hiking, a car wash to raise
funds for club activities, ice skating and tumb-
ling. At Christmas they made a food basket and
gave it to a needy family as a community
project. They also entertained underprivileged
children at Easter with an Easter egg roll.
STUDENT COUNCIl,fRow l-Judi Bingaman, Nancy Pearson, Stephanie Hoppes, Dan Roby. Phil l.armore, Ralph
Worley. Dale Copeland, Graydon Skeoch, Brooks Townsend, Janis Council, Donna Carron. Row 27Mr. John Paul
Huffman. Sponsor: Janice Fisher, Cindy Vvlright. Linda Hiatt, Linda Lewis. Sandy Crosthwaite, Beverly Parks, Pam Butter-
held, Dave Layton, Judy Reed, Donna Birkhead, Dinah Tyler, Mrs. Virginia Vermillion, Sponsor. Row 3-Virginia Gary,
Barbara Whelan, Sharon Smith, XVilma XVright, Barbara Bowers, Patty May, Nancy Barron, Carol Schrope, Janet Bohlen.
Jane Hamilton, Ron McNabney, Ann Adams, Carol Ussery, Judy Dilts. Row 4aOtis Cox, Randy Cordon, Don Roude-
bush, Larry Jones, Janice Byrum, Sherry Dennis, Tim Kutscheid, John Simmons, Sandy Gordon, George Ralston, Jim
Gillaspy, Harry Taylor, Steve Richardson, Pat McKeand.
lczldae gmfewzdnq council and 444'
A serious mood overcomes members of Student Council when
Mr. John Paul Huffman, principal, swears them in during the
Student Council Convocation.
Working as a combined group of represent-
atives from each homeroom since 1920,
Student Council has been a governing group
in high school. '
Activities in which the council took part
included the Homecoming Parade, the Fall
Wind-Up Dance, the annual March of Dimes
drive, several soc-hops, and the yearly parents'
visitation day. The Council secured voting
machines for class elections, got a backdrop
for the gymnasium, promoted Student Coun-
cil Week and sent food to needy families.
Also promoting a spirit for helping others
are other student-powered groups like the hall
monitors, parking lot cadets, visual aids assist-
ants, and Usher's Club. They all Work to-
gether to control Hconfusionl' in the high
Students and f:culty know walking on the gym floor is
prohibited, yet, if it were not for ushers like Richard
XVilkinson and Harry Ray preventing them. the Hoo:
would suffer trampling by those who know better.
Closely examining a diagram of the parking lot are Marvin
XVhitaker. Carlos Corzine and l.arry Gellinger, parking
The great numher of unclaimed articles amuse and amaze
head monitors Janet McDaniel, Duane Pickard and Ronald
Sally Page. visual aids typist. decides she will stick to
typing after her first lesson on the operation of a movie
projector by Lynn Thomas, projectionist.
'areal ga-Ma mm ' adm lemma ,aaaezama
uxlxlllal is the next yell?"
Cheerleaders Linda Hiatt. alf
ternate: Janice Iiisher, Camille
Roby, I.inda Stanley, .Ian
lfodhaski. Ann Harris. Kay
McGraw. and Pam Butterf
held. alternate: huddle tof
gether to make the decision
Oneahall' the Indian Mascot team was disabled half way through
the year when Anne Gellinger, Indian Maiden, broke her leg in
a skating accident. Nevertheless Anne appeared at every pep
session and ball game in full dress to help energetic Jim Nowlin,
Indian Brave, kindle spirit and enthusiasm.
Energy, spirit and enthusiasm go to-
gether to make a good cheerleader. This
year AHS had six of the best in the state.
It is hard to believe that only fifteen
years ago the first girl cheerleader was
elected. Since that time, the number has
been changed from four to six and now
only girls take part in cheerleading.
This year the cheerleaders organized a
cheerblock composed of IIO students in-
cluding members of "A" Club. They also
composed many new yells.
The maseots also helped to boost the
team to victory. Only since l94O has there
been an Indian Mascot. Ten years later the
Indian Maiden was added.
ccmaaaafdane :wld cafafz
For more than twenty years students and
faculty committees have worked to present inter-
esting programs to the student body.
Cheerleaders and pep sessions committee mem-
bers organized a cheerblock. One hundred and
ten strong, they performed card demonstrations
at the ballgames and added enthusiasm and color
to the pep sessions.
During Red and Green Week the committee
sponsored the morning pep sessions and helped
create a festive spirit among the student body.
At this time, the unusual was usual, the normal
was abnormal as the front halls and students
were bedecked in regal color.
Pep sessions and convos were the result of
intensive work and planning by students and
faculty committee members and provided inter-
esting deviations from school routine,
l'liP SESSION COlVllVll'l"l'EE7ln front-Camille
Roby. Row lfpam Butterfield. .Janice liisher. Ann
Adams. l.inda Hiatt. Row 2-Ann Harris. l.inda Stanley,
.lan ljodhaski. Ann Ciellinger. Kay McGraw. Row ?7lVlr.
Pete Russo, Mr, lclt Osborne. Mrs. Helen Harrell. Mrs.
CONVO COMMl'li'l'l2lf7Roxy l7Mrs. Mary Mcliarland. Mrs. Stella Strycvels. Mrs. lfyelyn Cirahame. Miss .-alice lligman,
Mrs. Marguerite Hale. Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, Miss Virginia l.indstrom. Row lf-.lanet McDaniel. Anita Glaze. Cindy
Vv'right. Dinah Tyler, Steve Shaw, lom lfyerham. Ross Boyer, Mona Clem. Row 3-Mr. John Garrigus. Mr. George Davis.
Mr. Max Beigh. l.arry Sells. Gary Moore. Dale Copeland, lVlr. Richard Balsley. Mr. Thomas Clem.
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Students Sense victory in the lndian hiitldle and yell even louder.
maybe wk da Zaye af alcwleal lady
The sports program has never failed to find its Way into a major part of the
students life. Whetller he participates or sits on the sidelines cheering the team
on, he shares in the traditionally great school spirit. ln their common effort both
Hnd unity in a goal to be fought for as one body.
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Anderson High School's football Indians
won seven games and lost two, the best record
since l940. This was the third straight winning
season for the Tribe, and the Indians were
second in the North Central Conference.
During Coach Jim Carter's term at Anderson
High School the Indian teams have won 32, lost
32 and tied one. His teams had winning seasons
in I952, I955, I956 and l957. In the four
years previous to Coach Carter's coming to
Phil Sullivan leads the play for Carlos Corzine as the
Indians snap Richmonds I6 game winning streak, 40
Anderson, the Tribe won only six and lost 32.
Football was first played at Anderson High
in l903. Since that time Indian squads have
won 142, lost 167 and tied l8. The game was
played until l909 when Anderson defeated
Frankton 70 to 6 in the season's opener. All
other games were cancelled by the opponents
because Anderson was too tough. Football was
then discontinued until 1923. It has been
played every season since.
Indians Win Opener.
The Tribe opened the 1957 campaign by
walloping South Side of Fort Wayne by a count
of 38 to 0. The first touchdown of the year was
scored by John Teague from 35 yards out.
This was the first of three touchdown runs of
more than thirty yards for Teague.
After the Indians bested Richmond's Red
Devils during the I955 season, the team from
eastern Indiana went on to win I6 in a row
before the Indians unleashed everything they
had and emerged with a 40 to 7 victory on
the South Anderson gridiron.
On the rain-soaked field at Indianapolis, the
Tribe lost the first game of the season to Tech's
Greenclads. The turning point of the game
came early when the Indians fumbled the ball
on the Tech one yard line. With the rain and
accompanying butter fingers the Tribe was shut
out for the only time in the season, 20 to 0.
Anderson Fights Back.
Anderson 27-Marion 20. For the second
season in a row the Indians had to fight back
from being down in the game. lVlarion's big
Giants picked up a fumble and went all the way
for a touchdown. Then the Tribe had their
work cut out for them. They went to work on
the Giant defense and stared four touchdowns.
one each by Phil Sullivan, Jerry Carpenter,
Carlos Corzine and Bob Glazebrooks.
Still smarting from defeats in basketball, the
Redskins laid low the Tigers from Crispus
Attucks High School with a crushing 34-21
scalping. With Asiatic flu going around both
schools and the teams partially in bed and the
rest with runny noses, the two schools agreed to
change the game from Friday to Monday.
Sullivan, fleet-footed quarterback of the Tribe,
Capt. Carlos Corzine Capt. Jim Stringer
Head Coach Jim Carter gives final instructions to the
attentive squad at the half time of the Marion game.
brought back the good old days by drop kicking
two points after touchdown and narrowly miss-
ing a third.
Grads Cheer Victors.
In the annual Homecoming game the Indians
rolled up a score of 20-13 over New Castle as
nearly 4,000 old grads screamed with delight.
The Redskins started the game right by scoring
a touchdown on the second play from scrim-
mage. Scatback Cilazebrooks ran the ball 57
yards on a hand-off from Sullivan and powered
his way right up the middle for a score. Cilaze-
brooks then picked up the ball after New
Castle's Trojans punted and brought the pig-
skin to the Indian 33 yard line. Sullivan handed
the ball to Teague who went 67 yards around
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An.'erson Marion 20
Anclezson Crispus Attucks Zl
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Fleet-footed Bob Glalebrooks totes the pigskin for a
touchdown against Crispus Attucks. The Indians won
3-I to Zl.
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third time the Tribe carried the ball from
After making the long trip to Shelbyville, the
Tribe did all but bring back the goal posts after
clobbering the Golden Bears, 47 to O, for the
highest scoring mark of the season. Glazebrooks
opened with three six-pointers in a row before
Carpenter scored the Tribe's fourth touchdown.
Sullivan then tried his unusual feat of drop
kicking which not only amazed lndian fans but
Shelbyville's as well. The Golden Bears were
most surprised when Sullivan dropped back to
punt and then ran the ball 30 yards, a trick
employed by Shelbyville several times during
Playing their worst game of the season, the
Cartermen lost their second and final game of
the year to an experienced Elwood Panther
team. The Tribe was anything but impressive
as Elwood rolled all over the Indians defense,
and the offense could not hold onto the ball in
the near zero weather. The Tribe fumbled
twice in their end zone, and Elwood recovered
for touchdowns. Anderson's first score came on
a 65-yard run by Teague as he swivel-hipped
his way through the Elwood defense. The
other came on a plunge by fullback John
Hensler. Einal score was Anderson l3-Elwood
19. This was Elwood's first victory over And-
erson in six years.
With the marching band along for support,
"Football players have to be fierce," say coaches Pete
Russo fgrimacingj and Jim Carter.
the Braves played their final game in Lafayette
against Jefferson's Bronchos. The game,
destined to be close from the start, was a hard
fought battle. Glazebrooks opened up scoring
in the late first quarter by running the ball into
pay dirt from five yards out. The action stayed
near mid field until the final seconds of the third
quarter when Jeff broke a man into the open to
CContinued on Page 765
Cecil Robinson Tom Davis Bill Lang Gary McClain Larry Gellinger
Center Guard Guard Guard End
FOOTBALL SQUADQROW l-Larry Cookman, Rocky Rollins, Tom Tallman, Don Glazebrooks. Bob Page, Cecil
Young, Dave Carpenter. Larry Milam. John Hensler. Pete Danforth. Bob Kanable. XVillie Vx'illiams. Ronnie Lancing.
Row Z-Jim Flye. Dave Layton. Clark Harrison. Jerry Carpenteg Gene Deitz. Randy Davis. Cecil Robinson. Carlos
Corzine, Tom Davis, Larry Gellinger, Tom Wilson. Ronnie Knotts. Steve Givens. Row 3-Coach Pete Russo, Jesse
Collier, Larry Brown. Bob Glazebrooks. Marvin Vv'hitaker, Jim Stringer. Phil Sullivan, Roosevelt Wilkerson. Jerry Coon,
Don Roudebush. Gary McClain. Sullivan Cook. Larry Clem. Coach Jim Carter. Row 4fDave Brogden, Steve Vfatson,
Steve Boyd, Jim Osborne, Earlie Remson, Tom Vwfilliams, John Teague. Gary Baker. Jim Goodnight, Bill Lang. Jim
Seal. John Cunningham, Eddie Davis. Ray Guyot.
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XX'on 6 -- Lost l - Tied l
Anderson Broad Ripple 0 Anderson
Anderson Elwood I3 Anderson
Anderson Indianapolis Tech 6 Anderson
AnilerSOI1 New Castle iTiel O Anderson
Ron McVey Marvin Whitaker Bob Kanable
Tackle Tackle Tackle
John Teague sets up a touchdown with one of his patented The Jaycee Banner and loyal Indian fans withstood the
long punt returns in the Z7-20 victory over Marion.
tie the score at six all. As the fourth quarter
opened, Teague walked a tight rope down the
Anderson sidelines for '59 yards to put the
Braves out in front. The game ended on the
Anderson goal line with the Bronchos threaten-
ing to tie the game as the fans from both schools
Players Earn Trophies.
In an all school convocation, Mr. Carl
Corzine presented trophies to the outstanding
players of the Indian squad. Scoring champion
Gene Deitz Jerry Carpenter Tom Vylilson
cold Weather to support the football Indians. b
Bob Glazebroolcs was presented the best of-
fensive back award. Others went to Carlos
Corzine, defensive lineman: Larry Ciellinger.
defensive back: and Jim Stringer, offensive line-
Even though Coach Carter had the best
record since he came to Anderson High, he and
his coaching staff of Pete Russo, Ick Osborne
and Don Barnett will start in early August with
another team and with an eye on the l957
Cecil Young John I-Iensler
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FINA1. STATISTICS - ANDERSON INDIANS
Rushing ATTS YDS AVE TDR 1.AtCralS NO YDS AVIS
Cvlazebrooks 60 609 8.8 11 Glazebrooks 2 9 4.5
Co1zine 94 606 6.4 3 D. Carpenter l 8 8.0
Teague 60 406 8.3 7 - - -
J. Carpenter 51 354 6.9 3 Totals 3 17 5.7
Sullivan 55 262 4.8 4
X oung l 9 1 78 9 .4 2 3 , i h
Hfnsicf 15 5 0 3.7 1 I MPS N0 I DS AW
Goovlnight 3 Z0 6.7 0 Sullivan 16 532 33.3
D. Carpenter 4 16 4.0 0
P331 9 9'0 0 Punt Returns NO YDS AVli
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Totals 371 2,506 6.8 31 Glmbmoks Z 72 10
Teague - 60 30.0
Scoring TDS PTA PAT1v1 TP 2 2
Glazebrooks 11 0 0 66 Cgrpemcr 2 13 6'7
Teague 7 6 0 48 Dfew I 5 550
Carpenter 4 7 3 31 A -' '
Suinvan -1 5 10 zo Gelhngcf l 0 00
Corzine 3 2 0 20
Young 1, 0 0 18 Totals 23 211 9.1
Hensler 1 l 1 7
Wilson l O 0 6 Kickoff Returns NO YDS AVIi
Gcllmger 1 0 0 6 oimbmoks 4 se 21.5
4 - 1 -1 Corzine 3 48 16.0
Totals 35 21 14 231 Young 3 32 10,7
Teagu 1 20 20.0
Passing ATTS COMP YDS PCT Hgnglgi' 1 20 20.0
Sullivan 71 22 584 .309 Tallman 3 14 4,7
P-lee 5 1 8 -200 Gellinger 3 12 4.0
4 M- - 1 R. Davis 1 8 3.0
Totals 76 23 592 .302 Vvhimkcf 1 5 5,0
l.. n 2 4 2.0
Pass Receiving NO YDS AVE TDP I g P.. .-. l
Glazebrooks 4 167 42.3 0 Tgmlg 22 249 11,3
Gellinger 4 86 21.5 1
XVilson 4 75 18.8 1
Teague 4 66 14,5 0 Infmeprit-ms NO YDS AVE TDR
Youn 3 121 40,3 1 Carpenter 3 36 12.0 1 '
Hensler 2 5 2.5 0 Gellinger 2 5 2.5 0
Car enter 1 36 36.0 0 Baker 1 6 6.0 0
Corzine 1 18 18.0 0 Tallman 1 0 0.0 0
Totals 23 574 24.9 3 Totals 7 47 6.7 1
Bob Cwlazebrooks Phil Sullivan Jim Seal Larry Milam Earlie Remson
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Letlermen Jim Minnifield, Larry Massey, Bill McFarland,
Bob Brown and Steve Lowry talk over sectional strategy by
the whirlpool, one of the athletes' favorite hangouts.
Coach Bob Freeman, in his first year as head
cross country coach, led the Indians to fourth
place in the state meet, and second in both the
North Central Conference and sectional meets,
The team ended the season with a commendable
record of four wins and three losses.
Under the direction of the late Mr. Carl
Bonge, Anderson won eight state champion-
ships, was second in the state twice and lost once
in the sectional. This record coupled with that
of Coach Freeman gives Anderson l l high rank-
ing state nnishes in the 12 years that the event
has been held.
With the help of Coach Freeman and long-
time assistant Mr. Ray "Reverend" Fleenor, the
Indians made their way over the grueling two
mile course at the Edgewood Country Club,
making up for early season inexperience with
ln an all-school convocation, Mr. Freeman
and Mr. Fleenor presented major awards to Paul
Abshire, Bob Brown, Bob Jackson, Steve
Lowry, Larry Massey, Bill McFarland and Jim
Minnifield. The team elected Abshire as captain.
Coach Ray Fleenor emphasizes rules to Anderson, lndianapolis-Vsfashington and Crispus Attucks runners by slam-
min his favorite brown hat to the rround.
CROSS COUNTRY SQUADfRow l-Jack Gowen, Frank Bower, Mike Hale. Joe Minniear, Mike Martin.
Howard McCoy. Bob Barnett. Rex Ahrendt. Row 2-Coach Robert Freeman. Dave Miller. Bob Jackson, John Holbert.
l.arry Massey. Barry Atkinson, Paul Abshire, Bill Mclrarland, Coach Ray Fleenor. Row 37SteVe l.owry. Max Piclxel.
Steve Hart. Michael Morgan. Bill Pitts. Larry Deitz, Howard Vw'hitman, Sherman Scott. Fred Kingsbury. Row -4+Jimmy
Morgan. Jim Rousey. John Smith, Douglas Barron, John Flanagan. manager: Max Benson. Norm Delph, Bob Himes.
VARSITY CROSS COUN' l'RY
XX'on 4 - l.ost 3
32 Indianapolis Tech
Z0 Indianapolis XVashington
29 Crispus Attucks
38 Muncie Central
l5 Muncie Burris
second in North Central Conference
second in Shortridge Invitational
second in Sectional
fourth in State
Coach Bob lfreenian asks Paul Abshire and Bob Jackson
if they can beat one Muncie runner on the road to a
hang 'agteam cz ' ',
Coach Don Py1e's varsity Wrestling squad
had the most successful season in history. The
Indians had matches with 1 1 teams that iinished
among the top 15 teams in the state meet last
year, winning 9, losing five and tying one,
The Tribe Won many outstanding matches
from tough teams. One of the victories was
against last year's champs, Bloomington, 29 to
18. Two of the losses this year were to the
1958 co-state champions, Broad Ripple and
Jerry Carpenter, senior, won ten and lost
three in his first year of Wrestling. In an all-
school convocation, he was named the most
valuable Wrestler of the Indian squad. Jerry was
Anderson's only representative to the state,
finishing third and giving AHS four points for
22nd place in the state. Other outstanding
wrestlers were Mickey Delsey, Bob James, Jerry
Joe Smith, Dan Keeney, Jim Stringer and Bob
Kanable. All qualined for the regional meet. At
the end of the season Jim Stringer was elected
captain by his teammates.
Sportsmanship is a valu-
able part of any athletic
event. Here the Ander-
son and Tech wrestlers
line up to meet their
opponents before a
XVon 97Lost 5
Decatur Central 18
Indianapolis Tech 33
Madison Heights 8
Broad Ripple 28
New Castle 8
Madison Heights 13
third in North Central Conference
second in Sectional Meet
sixth in Regional Meet
22nd in State Meet
706014 mae, feng fa to ante flank
Jerry Joe Smith takes down his opponent from Tech to Heavyweight Bob Kanable applies the pressure to his
gain valuable points. Bloomington opponent as referee Joe Sparks looks on.
XVRliS'l'l.lNG SQUAD7Row Ifliob Jones. Sherman Scott, Melvin Mimms, Harry MeVey. David Agnew. lnrry Daven-
port. Mickey Del.ey, Billy Poole. Doug Davis, Bob James, .lim Bodey. Row Z7Briane Davis. Dan Keeney, M. C.
Cooley, Tom Vi'illiams. Jerry Joe Smith. l,arry Deitz. Albert Couch. XVayne Redding. Dave Carpenter, Larry Ballinger.
Row 3-Coach Pete Russo, Gene Deitz. Jon Pryor. Richard Arnold, Randy Davis, Rogers Clark, Bob Kanable, Don
Glazebrooks, Jerry Carpenter. Jim Stringer. Reggie Ray, Coach Don Pyle.
2641 544055465 6:4 ' 4 14
lligh-flying John Teague drives in for a layup in the 64 to
51 victory over New Castle.
Anderson High Schools sharp-shooting
Indians, piloted by Coach Ick Osborne and led
by master shotmaker Norman Delph, compiled
the best record of any Indian squad in a decade,
The Tribe won 20 games and lost only 8. The
Indians beat Elwood, 67 to 57, to win the
Sectional, romped past little Amo, skinned by a
Crispus Attucks team for the first time to win
the Regional, and trounced lVladison's Cubs by
20 points before losing to Muncie Central, 53
to 52, in a Semi-state game that went right
down to the wire.
Pacemaker Delph broke every existing And-
erson Indian single season scoring record. His
point total of 553 was well over 100 points
more than such all-time Anderson scoring greats
as Jumpin' Johnny Wilson, Del Sanders, Jim
Leverette, Lucius Teague, Bob Rousey and the
rest. Delph also was selected as the number 8
man on the Indiana All-Stars.
Tribe Season Tops.
The Tribe had its best season since 1950
when the team won 20 and lost 5, The most
victories scored by an Indian team in a single
year was 31 against 3 defeats in 1920. The
fewest games lost in a season by the Indians was
in 1928 when they won 26 and lost only one.
Since the start of basketball at Anderson High
in 1904, the teams have won 814 games and
lost 343 for a .702 percentage. Included in the
victories were state titles in 1935, 1937 and
The Indians had little trouble disposing of
Summitvilles Goblins in their first game of the
1958 Sectional. Pendleton's spirited Irish then
came to Indian Town with an idea of knocking
the Tribe out of the tourney. After being
behind all the way, Anderson finished fast for a
58 to 57 squeaker victory. A sound trouncing
of Lapel, 62 to 50, was all the Redskins needed
to key them up for the big game with the
Elwood Panthers. Still smarting from defeats
in last year's Sectional and in football this year,
the Indians took control from the beginning as
they crawled all over Darrell lVIcQuitty and his
Panther's, 67 to 57, to give the Tribe the right
to go HOn to the Regional."
Indians Romp Over Amo.
Amo's small town Aces provided the first bit
of competition for the Tribe at the Butler Field-
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Norm Delph Gres .1 ,jump shot Against Amo as Dick
Patterson hits the floor and Cecil Robinson rebounds. The
Indians won 65 to 54.
Calm before the storm . . Tourney pressure mounts . . All the way. Indians .... I'he emi ol the
Jim Osboine his eyes as big as saucers as he goes in for A
layup in the 64 to 59 victory over SllI'I1I11llYliiQ in tht
A n derso n
Dick Patterson lays the ball in for valuable points in the
64 to 51 victory over New Castle in the Big Four
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
XVON 20 - LOST 8
'4 555 ,eadmfa cet cz!!-time canning
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PLAYER Ci. FGA
Delph L-. . ,,,, . ,,,YY W 28 560
Patterson ,,,..,,,,d,, 28 305
Teague --a. .,,,,,,,,YY 28 210
Sullivan ,,,.,,,, .. ,,,, 27 171
Benson ,,,.- .,,.,,. MY- 27 119
Robinson fffssfffffff 27 123
Osborne 2. .- .,,,,s,Y, -. 20 60
Danforth ,,... ,,..Vf 12 12
Linville ,,,,,.A,,s., - K 19 13
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INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS
GOALS FREE TI-IROXVS
FG PCT. FT FTM PCT.
224 .400 105 41 .719
125 409 91 45 .679
82 390 103 66 .609
88 515 51 21 .708
53 445 32 16 .666
39 317 19 29 .422
20 333 14 17 .452
3 250 2 3 .400
2 154 2 7 .222
0 000 2 0 1.000
636 403 421 242 .635
LEG END4G .-Games Played 3 FGA-
Attempted: FG-Field Goals Scored:
Throws Missed: PCT.-Free Throw
Percentage: FT4Free Throws Scoredl
Personal Fouls: TP-Total Points Scored: AVE.-Average Points Per
DEF-Defensive Rehoundsg TOT-Total Reboundsg
72 Rushville 66
60 Ft. Wayne Central 71
68 Terre Haute XViley 38
52 Marion 56
73 New Albany 66
43 Lafayette Jefferson 53
42 Muncie Central 41
58 Shortridge 59
BIG FOUR TOURNEY
64 New Castle 51
59 Hartford City 40
54 Shelbyville 49
66 Indianapolis Tech 64
58 Muncie Central 60
70 Columbus 58
57 Frankfort 47
56 Kokomo 58
49 South Bend Central 47
51 Logansport 55
66 New Castle 56
88 Richmond 81
64 Summitville 59
58 Pendleton 57
62 Lapel 50
67 Elwood 57
65 Amo 54
51 Crispus Attucks 50
68 Madison 48
52 Muncie Central 53
TOTAL POINTS REBOUNDS
84 553 19.8 55 102 157 5.6
94 341 12.2 78 120 198 7.1
78 267 9.5 86 198 284 10.1
75 227 8.4 20 28 48 1.8
58 138 5.1 40 95 135 5.0
69 97 3.6 50 108 158 5.9
TP AVE. OFF. DEF. TOT. AVE.
20 54 2.7 10 11 21 1.1
5 8 0.7 1 7 8 0.7
7 6 0.3 5 15 20 1.1
2 2 0.3 2 2 4 0.5
492 1693 60.5 347 686 1033 36.9
PCT.vField Goal Shooting
Game 3 Rebounds-OFF-Offensive Rebounds 2
AVE-Average Rebounds Per Game.
Shooting Percentage 1 PF-
house. Amos Z l fZ record meant nothing to the
Redskins as they romped to a 65 to 5-I victory
to set the stage for the night game with Crispus
Attucks. Vwfith less than a minute to go, and
Attucks leading 50 to 49, Delph was fouled.
9,500 fans rose to their feet, and the Iiieldhouse
became as still as a tomb. Delph deadlocked the
score with his first free throw, and then clinched
the game by sinking the bonus shot to give
Anderson's lighting Indians a thrilling 5l to 50
victory over the Tigers in the Hnal game of the
Indianapolis Regional. Forward Delph's game-
clinching free throw was his 2-lth point and
gave Anderson its nrst Regional crown since
Entering the Semi-state for the first time in a
decade. the Tribe walloped the down-state
Madison Cubs by 20 points to earn the right to
play Muncie Central in the evening encounter.
The fracas was close for the whole '52 minutes
of play, though the Indians fell to the Bearcats,
53 to 52. This was the third meeting of the
two teams with Muncie winning two and the
Indians the other. Two games were decided by
one point and the other by two.
Team Wins Opener.
The team opened the season with a 72 to 66
win over Rushville. The Tribe split the nrst
tffontinued on Page 861
Phil Sullivan outspeeds rXttuck's lnvern Benson lu scc
TWU points in .i 5l to 50 triumph,
Norm Delph Capt. Phil Sullivan Cecil Robinson .lohn Teague
Iforward Guard Center Ciuard
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A clever Indian floor maneuver causes gallant I.avern Benson
to commit his Gfth personal foul and Aituck's hopes to fade.
eight games of the season defeating Rushville,
Terre Haute Wiley, New Albany and Muncie
Central. Defeats came at the hands of Fort
Wayne Central, Marion, Lafayette Jefferson and
Shortridge. In the New Albany game Delph
Dick Patterson Tom I.inville
scored 33 points which was one point short of a
school single game scoring total.
The Indians were victorious in the Big Pour
Tourney for the l lth time since the tournament
was begun in 1929, The Redskins romped past
New Castle, 64 to 5l, and solidly trounced
Hartford City, 59 to 40, in the nightcap. In
the ten games following the tourney, the
Indians won 7 and lost 3. The victories were
over Shelbyville, Tech, Columbus, Frankfort,
South Bend Central, New Castle and Rich-
mond. The Tribe upset South Bend's defend-
ing state champs in a game that went right down
to the wire. Center Dick Patterson tipped in a
basket with less than five seconds remaining to
give the Indians a 49 to 47 victory.
One Point Decides Games.
The 1957-58 team played eight games which
resulted in victory or defeat by only one or two
points. Victories by close margins came over
Muncie Central, Tech, South Bend Central,
Pendleton and Crispus Attucks. Losses were to
Kokomo and twice to Muncie Central.
In an all school convocation Coach Osborne
presented varsity letters to Phil Sullivan, Norm
Delph, Cecil Robinson, Dick Patterson, John
Teague, Tom Linville, Jim Osborne, Max
Benson, and Pete Danforth. Sullivan was
Jim Osborne Max Benson
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Row l-Jim Steele, student manager: Steve Hart, Jesse Collier,
Larry Clem, Jim Sutton. Joe Minniear. Row 2-Coach Don Barnett. Steve NVatson, Cecil Young, Bob Page, Jim
Rousey. Doug Barron. Coach Bob Freeman. Row 3?Jim Seal, Dave Miller, Tom Vw'illiams, Jerry Speece,
Clark Harrison, Mike Morgan, Gary Johnson.
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Pete Danforth Bob Page
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
WON 14 -LOST 9
Anderson 38 Rushville 29
Anderson 32 Ft. Wayne Central 40
Anderson 38 Terre Haute Wiley 35
Anderson 33 Madison Heights 40
Anderson 5l Marion 25
Anderson 4l New Albany 37
Anderson 3 l Highland 27
Anderson 40 Lafayette Jefferson 38
Anderson 25 Muncie Central 45
Anderson 42 Shortridge 32
Anderson 28 Muncie Central 26
Anderson 3 3 Richmond 34
Anderson 49 Shelbyville 31
Anderson 38 Indianapolis Tech 5l
Anderson 34 Muncie Central 28
Anderson 3l Columbus 47
Anderson 41 Madison Heights 50
Anderson 5 2 Ifrankfort 4l
Anderson 35 Kokomo 44
Anderson 29 South Bend Central 36
Anderson 44 Logansport 26
Anderson 31 New Castle 30
Anderson 47 Richmond 27
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One year out of the money was enough for
Coach Jim Carter's golf team which Went
through its first 8 matches undefeated this
ln 1957 the team was eliminated from state
tourney play for the first time in 6 years. This
season the Tribe looked to be back in form after
whipping 6 conference teams and Indianapolis
Shortridge, the defending state champion.
Starters were John McGuire, Larry Ballinger,
Mike Cummings, Mike Martin, and Ken Cook,
Lettermen l,arry Ballinger, John McGuire and Mike Cum-
mings practice their drives on the hrst tee at Grandview. VARSITY GOLF SCORES
Anderson 10 Richmond 5
Anderson I5 Marion O
Anderson l-llg Muncie Central
Anderson l 4 Marion l
Anderson l 3 ' j Tech l LQ
Anderson 1313 New Castle l 1 i
Anderson l O' 3 Madison Heights rl-l, Ai
Anderson I 0 Short ridge 5
GOLF TEAM-Row l-Mike Martin, Phil Martin, Robert McGuire, John McGuire, Larry Ballinger, John Hensler, Tom
Newman, Steve Hart. Row Z-Mark Barnett, Jack Graham, Roni Mcliibban, Tom Miller, l.arry Coates, David O'Brien,
Gene Hovermale. Rex Upshaw. Row 3-Dick Rosenbaum. Kenny Cook, Dale Copeland, Mike Smith, Mike Cummings,
Tom VJilliams. Phil Hempleman, Coach Jim Carter.
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A return to the North Central Conferences
upper tennis echelon marked the 1958 spring
The Indians won 8 of their first 9 matches
to assure a better mark than the 8 victories and
I4 losses compiled by the I957 racquetmen.
The team was tied for Hrst in the N.C.C. at
press time with 3 wins in 4 starts.
Starters were Jim Minnifield, Jerry Coon.
Dwight Aldred, Voss Purkey, and Frank
Coach Dane Pu h's teams have won 80
matches and lost just I9 since 1950.
VARSITY TENNIS SCORES
0 l.ettermen Jim Nlinnifield, Jerry Coon and Dwight Aldred
2 talk over tennis strategy on the Riley Courts.
A nderson 6
Ahrendt, Lonnie Blackwell. Doug Davis, Randy Gordon, Clark
Z-Steve Aldred. Eddie Davis. Jim Osborne. Jerry Coon. Jim Minnifield.
Bob Jones, Coach Dane Pugh.
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TRACK SQUAD-Row l-Jerry Pickel, Cecil Young. Bob Brown. Marv Whitaker. Dave Carpenter. Phil Sullivan, Jim
Stringer. Bob Page, Row 2+Max Pitkel. student manager: Doug Barron, Bob Barnett, Tom Borders, Vwlalt Ebbert, Steve
Taylor, Eddie Van Ness, Dave Brogdon, Jim Nowlin, student manager. Row 3-Jim Seal, John Cunningham, John Smith,
Steve Lowry, Fred Kingsbury, Tom Tallnian, Jim Goodnight, Bill Collins. Lester Jackson. Jerry Speece. Row 4-Coach
Bob Freeman, Trainer Don Kyle, Steve XVatson. Jim Morgan, Bob Jackson. Dick Patterson. Barry Atkinson, Cecil Robinson.
Tom VVilson, Larry Sutton. student manager: Coach Ray lileenor.
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It takes a lot of manpower to compete in the
strong North Central Conference track meets,
and Coach Bob Freeman found himself without
that vital item this season.
Even the admittedly thin squad was able to
finish near the middle of every invitational track
meet, to whip Marion, and stay close to Indi-
anapolis Tech and Richmond in dual meets.
In both of the latter the lack of good relay teams
was the deciding factor.
Outstanding individuals were hurler Tom
Wilson, pole vaulter Phil Sullivan, high jumper
Bob Page, and quarter-miler Bob Brown. Team
spirit was high, however, as the Sectional
loomed up at press time.
Jim Stringer and Cecil Robinson stand back as Marv
Whitaker trys to put the shot over forty feet.
Bob Brown watches Jim Morgan as he sizes up the high
VARSITY TRACK SCORE
Anderson 40 Indianapolis Tech 69
Anderson 3 7 My Kokomo 7126
Anderson 70 Marion 30
Anilersoit -+0 Richmond 60
Hoosier Relays. no team scores.
Muncie Relays, Anderson fourth. lolj
Kokomo Relays. Anderson sixth, l7l3
North Central Conference. Anderson fifth. Z-l
TOP INDIVIDUAL l7liRl:ORMANCES -I
Tom Vw'ilson lZ0-yard High Hurdles l5 sec F
Phil Sullivan llole Vault l2' 4" I
Bob Brown Quarter Mile 52.3 sec.
Bob Page High Jump 6'
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Coach Ray Fleenor waits for the pole to drop after flying
Phil Sullivan clears the bar at the pole vault.
Showing perfect form, hurdler Tom
Bob Jackson. Fred Kingsbury and Tom Tallman burst out of the starting I
Wilson skims over the high hurdles.
positions as Coach Bob Freeman pulls the trigger to start a race.
Anderson's Indians opened the baseball sea-
son with two crushing victories over Highland
and Madison Heights as the sun shone with
When the weather turned cold and rainy, the
Indians did likewise dropping two of the next
three games before opening the N.C.C, campaign
with three straight victories and a loss to
Lafayette Jeff. At press time Anderson was tied
for Iirst place. The position was typical of
Don Barnett-coached teams. His first, two years
ago, won the title, and his 1957 aggregation
won 5 and lost 4, including heartbreaking
defeats to the league's top teams.
Usual Indian starting lineup included catcher
Don Roudebush, infielders Dave Luck, John
Teague, Tom Linville, and Larry Ciellinger,
outfielders Pete Danforth, Jim Sutton, Ron
Pickett, and pitchers Norm Delph and Ray
Ashley, who pitched a late-season no-hitter over
VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES
TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES C9 GAMESD
Madison Heights 4
Broad Ripple I0
Hartford City 3
Muncie Central 0
New Castle I
Lafayette Jeff 9
AB R H RBI AVE
28 6 I0 4 35 7
29 9 I0 l I 345
29 8 I0 3 345
33 I I I I 7 3 3 3
33 8 I I 7 3 3 3
WON LOST PCT,
4 l .800
I l .500
l l .500
BASEBALL TEAM-Row 1-Bill Layton, Don Roudebush, Dave Luck, John Teague, Jack Morris, Pete Danforth, Tom
Linville, Larry Taylor. Row 2-Jim Gillaspy, Jack Gowen, Jim Sutton, Ray Ashley, Norm Delph, Larry Gellinger, Ronnie
Pickett, Jerry Charmalue, Larry Clem, Row 3--Jerry Shafer, Phil Roby, Howard Whitman, Mike Hale, Bill Leicht, Jim
Johnson, Larry Brown, Matias Melendez, Bill Freeman. Row 44-Coach Don Barnett, Jim Steele. student manager, Dennis
Roof, Don Fowler, Sullivan Cook, Mike Morgan, Doug Fowler, Neal Delph, Jim Ray, student manager: Coach Pete
Larry Gellinger demonstrates
the proper way to bunt to
The heavy stickmen on the team are Dave Luck, Pete
Danforth and John Teague, and they are carrying an armload
of bats to prove it.
Norm Delph. high on the pitcher's mound. towers over
catcher Don Roudebush while conferring with Conch Don
Pitcher Ray Ashley wonders if the newfangled pitching
machine into which Coach Pete Russo is putting base
balls will ever replace a good throwing arm.
Styles are one of the few things about students that have really changed.
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Schools are people. The cheery classrooms would be dull and lifeless Without
the many and varied students, faculty and administrators who make use of their
facilities. Throughout the years of AHS's growth and progress it has never
lacked the many people needed to make it great.
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Proving the salesmanship of seniors.
Vice-President Dan Molto and Pres-
ident Brooks Townsend aided other
seniors in selling ice cream in the
middle of Winter at basketball games,
Counting their blessings in
the form of candy stand
receipts are Secretary Nlarilyn
Bryant and Treasurer Adelia
clecybdzfe can game af change mm!
Polishing the J. C. '4Daddy" Black Trophy for their out-
standing seniors are class sponsors, Mrs. Nlary .lane Schultz and
Mr. Cieorge l.ee.
Circumstances change with the passing of
time, but the characteristics of the senior class
Vyfhile the seniors of a half-century ago
remember the development of the automobile,
this year's class had a glimpse of satellites and
space. Styles, buildings and textbooks have
passed into oblivion yet the senior is still the
The class of '58 followed the senior classes
before them-teasing underclassmen. cram-
ming for tests, rushing to meetings and join-
ing the crowd in the maze of social activities.
The year is one big rush, but it ends too soon.
Unless they change their minds.
Sherry Dennis. Ruthann Murphy,
Carolyn Sargent. Judy Duncan. Cam-
ille Roby and Jan Podhaski have
chosen senior announcements.
Dick Hughes finds fayor in eyes of
Sherill Vincent. Ann Brady, Nancy
Cornelius and Paul Heiden as they
choose Senior XVeelx Committees.
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ROW ONE: JUDITH ABERNATHY-Home Economics
-Y-Teens, G.R.A. PAUL ABSHIRE-Pre-Apprentice
-"A" Club, Track, Basketball, Cross Country, Capt.
RONALD ACHOR-Pre-Engineering-Monitor, Library
Asst., Hi-Y, Sr. Dramatics. ANN ADAMS-College
Preparatory-Y-Teens, Latin Club, Mixed Chorus.
Choral Club, Honor Society, M.M.M., Pep Sessions
Comm., H. S. Off. Asst., Monitor, Annual Staff, Faculty
Editor: Commencement Speaker, D.A.R. Award, Year-
book Queen, Homecoming Queen, Prom Queen Attend.,
Girls State, I. U. Journalism Institute, J.C.L., Cheerleader,
Cheer Block, I-I.R. Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.: Exec. Comm.,
All State Chorus, Operetta, Thespians, Jr. Class Treasurer.
MARTHA ADAMS-General. ROGER ADCOCK-
General-Thespians, Sr. Dramatics, Monitor, H.R. Treas.,
Cheer Block. .
ROW TWO: CURTIS AGNEW - General - Band.
MELVA ALEXANDER - General - Bible Club.
THOMAS ALLEX-General. LARRY ANDERSON-
Gcneral-Monitor. JAMES ASHBY-General. BARRY
ATKINSON-PreEngineerz'ng1Cross Country, Track,
Basketball, Publication Rep., Honor Society, Monitor.
ROW THREE: JACK ATWELL-General-Wrestling,
Torch Club, H.R. Pres., Cross Country, Bible Club,
Future Retailers, Boys State, Monitor, Purdue Legis.
Assembly. PAUL BACKOUS - General. PAUL
BADGER-General. CAROLYN BAILEY-Business
Education-Y-Teens, Exec. Comm., H.R. Sec.-Treas.:
Mixed Choir, Choralettes, Girls Glee Club. MONTE
BAKER+General-Monitor, H.R. Vice Pres. TERRY
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ROW ONE: LARRY BALLINGER-College Preparatory
-Track, Football, Cross Country, Golf, NVrestlir1g.
Hi-Y, "A" Club. Cheer Block. MARK BARNETT-
Pre-Engineering-H.R. Pres., Vice Pres., Monitor, Pub-
lications Rep. NANCY BARRON-College Preparatory
-Girls State, Honor Society, Treas.: Student Council,
Exec. Comm., Bible Club, Vice Pres.: Future Teachers,
Y-Teens, Deans Asst., Monitor, I-LR. Vice Pres. DAVID
BAUSMAN -4 Pre-Apprentice - Highlanders, Track.
BLANCHE BEASON+Home Economics. JESSE BELL
-Genera!-Track, Publication Rep., Monitor.
ROW 'I'WO: YVONNA BELL+GeneraI-Y-Teens, Girls
Glee Club, Exec. Comm. CAROL BERGDAHL-Home
E t'tn11 om rit' s-Bible Club. JEANNE BIENERT-General
-Y-Teens, Off. Monitor, Nurses Asst. ANN BLACK-
XVELL-Business Education-Columbus H.S., Counsel-
ing Off. Asst. HOXVARD BLEDSOE-Pre-Apprentice.
ANN BLUE-College Preparatory-Honor Society.
ROW 'I'HREE:DAVID BOARDMANQGeneraI. JAMES
BODEY -- General - Wrestling. JANET BOHLEN 1
Home Economics-Y-Teens, Pres.: Highlanders, Student
Council. Girls Glee Club, Camera Club, Cheer Block,
Concert Choir. EARLE BOONE-Pre-Eng1'r1eer1'ng--
Track, Dean's Asst. NANCY BOONE EL-General.
ROW ONE:BARBARA BOWERS-Busz'ness Education-
Y-Teens, G.R.A., Exec. Comm., English Off. Asst.,
Student Council, Corres.-Sec.: H.R. Sec.-Treas. MARY
DAXVN BOYD-General-Y-Teens, Bible Club, Coun-
seling OE. Asst., Mixed Choir, Girls Glee Club, Thespian
App., Latin Club, J.C.l.. JANICE BRADLEY-Busll
ness Edt 1i'f 1 lion-H.R. Sec.-Treas., Exec. Comm., Future
Retailers, Honor Society, Monitor, Jr. Red Cross Rep.
ANNE BRADY-College Preparatory-Y-Teens, Honor
Society, Highlanders, Latin Club, Mixed Choir, Choral
Club, Operetta, Student Council, Dean's Asst., Monitor,
Exec. Comm., Cheer Block, Girls State. LOIS BRAM-
XVELL-Business Education-Choralettes, Y-Teens. Girls
Chorus, Counseling Off. Asst. RONALD BREECK--
GeneraIfUshers Club, Parking Lot Cadet.
ROW TWO: THOMAS BRIETWEISER-GeneraI-
Tennis, Orchestra, Pres. SANDRA BREXVER-College
Preparatory-Y-Teens. SUSAN BREVw7STERfGeneraI.
XVILLIAM BROVVN7GeneraI-Chess Club. DEANNA
BRUBAKER-Generul?Y-Teens, Library Asst., Coun-
seling Off. Asst. DARLENE BRUCE-General.
ROW THREE: IRENE BRUCE-WGeneraI. MARILYN
BRYANT4CoIlege Preparalory--Jr., Sr. Class Sec.,
Exec. Comm., Choral Club, Madrigal, Operetta,
Vice Pres., Honor Society, Future Teachers, Y-Teens.
Girls Glee Club, Concert Choir. MAX BURTON-
General. DAVID BUSHONG - General. DAVID
CALLAHAN - General -H Football, Baseball. l.EON
ROW ONE: JUDITH CANADAY-College Preparatory-
Monitor. Honor Society. KAY CAPPEL-Home Eco-
nomics-Mixed Choir. Concert Choir, Monitor, Choral-
ettes, Y-Teens. DARLENE CAREY-General-Latin
Club. Thespians, Choral Club, Monitor, Operetta, Sr.
Dramatics, Library Asst., Mixed Choir, Concert Choir,
H.R, Sec.-Treas., Biology Asst., Art Award. JERALD
CARPENTER-General-''A" Club, Hi-Y, Track,
Football. Basketball, Torch Club, Wrestling, Cheer Block.
Boys Glec Club, Mixed Chorus. EARL CARPER-Pre-
Apprentice - Baseball. Torch Club. NICHOLAS
ROW TWO: CAROLYN CARR-College Preparatory-
Camera Club, Y-Teens, Latin Club. J.C.L,, Monitor,
Cheer Block. DONNA CARRON-Home Economics-
Student Council, Dean's Asst., Monitor. H.R. Sec.-Treas.
JAMES CARTER-General-Monitor, Tennis, Exec.
Comm. ROOSEVELT CARTER - General. MAX
CATTRON - Pre-Apprentice. JOHN CHAMBERS-
Generul-Visual Aids. Publication Rep., H.R. Vice Pres.,
ROW THREE: MARILYN CHOPSON-College Prepara-
tory-Y-Teens, Honor Society, Future Nurses, X-Ray.
Reporter: Jr. Annual Staff. Annual Staff, Education
Editor: Nurse's Off, Asst., Library Typist, Monitor, Cheer
Block, LH,S.P.A, RONALD CLARK-General-Manm
tee County H. S., Sr. Dramatics, Jr. Red Cross Rep.,
Publication Rep., Hi-Y, Highlanders, Thespians, Treas.:
History Club, Visual Aids Asst., Monitor, Cheer Block.
KAY CLAXON-Business Education-Y-Teens, Mon-
itor, Publication Rep., X-Ray, Business Manager. MONA
CLEM-Business Education-Honor Society, Sr. Dra-
matics., Thespians. Sec.: Jr. Annual Staff, Annual Staff,
Business Manager: Latin Club, J.C.L., H.S. Off. Asst.,
Y-Teens. Monitor, Cheer Block, Girls State. Convo
Comm, Chr, JUDITH COBURN-Business Education
-Future Retailers. MICHAEL COEN-Pre-Apprentice
-Football, Monitor, Torch Club, Highlanders, Student
Council, l-LR, Pres.
awzlodew came no in Zone--
ROW ONE: MARILYN COLE-College Prepuralory-
Y-Teens, Library Asst., Music Asst. GLENDA
COLLIER-General-Music Asst., Future Teachers.
RICHARD COLLINS-General. DIANE CONNOLLY
-College Preparulory-Y-Teens, Highlanders, Future
Nurse's. Treasq Monitor, Girls Glee Club, Cheer Block,
Jr. Red Cross Rep. DALE COOK-General. GAYLE
ROW TWO1 JERRY COON--General--Football, Basket-
ball, Tennis, Operetta, Choral Club, Madrigal, H.R. Pres.,
Vice Pres.: Hi-Y, Highlanders, Torch Club, All
State Chorus, Sr. Dramatics, Monitor, Boys Glee Club,
Mixed Choir, I. U. Music Clinic, "A" Club, Parking
Lot Cadet, History Club, Cheer Block. DALE COPE-
LAND-College Preparatory-Torch Club, Vice Pres.:
Golf, Boys State, Purdue Legis. Assembly, Student Coun-
cil. Parlimentarian: Head Monitor, Sr. Dramatics. Latin
Club, DECA Cards Ball King, H.S. Off. Asst., Hi-Y,
Chaplain: Highlanders, Pres.: Soph. Class Pres, Exec.
Comm., Convo Comm., Cheer Block. NANCY COR-
NEl,lUS-litzsiness EdLlt'lIl1'OI'lfYJISQQHS, Student Coun-
cil. Exec. Comm., Cheer Block. Counseling Off. Asst.,
Athletic Off. Asst., Monitor, Girls Glee Club. CARLOS
CORZINE-ProApprenliceflrootball, Basketball, HA"
Club, Monitor, Parking Lot Cadet. .IANIS COUNCIL-
College Preparatory-Student Council, Deans Asst.,
Library Asst., M.M.M.. Honor Society, Euture Retailers,
Euture Nurses, Girls Glee Club, Concert Choir, Choral
Club, Operetta, H.R. Treas. DAVID COWART-
Genera!--Band, Choral Club, M.M,M,
ROW THREE: REX COWART-GeneraI7Head Monitor.
KENNETH CRANEfGeneral-Visual Aids. LINDA
CRIMiBusiness Education-M.M.M., Y-Teens. Choral
Club, Choralettes, Concert Choir, Girls Glee Club, Coun-
seling Off. Asst., Operetta. ELAINE CROUCH-College
Preparutortfilsatin Club, Bible Club, Sec.: Monitor,
Visual Aids Asst. BRIANE DAVIS-General-Cross
Country, Wrestling. Eootball. PEGGY DAVISfBusiness
EducalionfExec. Comm.. Girls Glee Club. Choralettes,
tieqweze ' Ziepcztiofs 66
ROW ONIE: THOMAS DAVlS7C"oIleqt' 171't'pc1r'ulo1'y--N
Band, liootball. Basketball, Track, "A" Club, H.R. Pres.,
Vice Pres., Sec.: Publications Rep., Pep Sessions Comm.,
Cheer Block, Hi-Y, Highlanders. Boys State. RANDOLPH
DAVIS - College Preparatory - Football, YVrestling.
Track. "A" Club. Hgihlanders, Hi-Y. Thespians, I.atin
Club. Choral Club. Sr. Dramatics. H.R. Vice Pres.,
Publications Rep., Cheer Block. Operetta, Band Variety
show, Boys Glee Club. CONNIE DAY-General. KAY
DEAN-General-Noblesville H. S., Counseling Off.
Asst.. X-Ray Asst. GENE DEITZ4GeneraI-"A" Club,
Iiootball, Wrestling, Cheer Block, Track, Baseball.
NORMAN DELPH-General-H.R. Pres., "A" Club,
HifY, Sgt. at Arms: Highlanders, Basketball, Football.
Baseball. Cross Country.
ROW TWO: SHERRY DENNIS 7 General - Y-Teens.
Exec. Comm.. Student Council. Future Nurse's Pres.:
I.atin Club, .I.C.I.., I.atin Asst. ARETTA DOVw7DEN-
Iiuslness Education-YY-Teens. Monitor. Counseling Off.
Asst.. Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee Club. Choralettes.
ADEl,IA DRAKE-College Preparatory-Y-Teens. Latin
Club, Highlanders. H.R. Vice Pres., Sr. Class Treas., Exec.
Comm.. Concert Choir, Choral Club, Sec.: Madrigal,
l,ilmr.iry Asst.. Prom Queen Attend., Student Council,
Reading Clerk: Homecoming Queen Attend., Cheer Block.
PATRICIA DUDI-EY-General-X-Ray, Columnist,
Publications Rep. MARY DUKES-General-Art. Asst.
.IUDITH DUNCAN-General-Y-Teens, Pres.: Frosh.,
Soph. Class Vice Pres., Jr. Red Cross Rep., Thespians,
Dean's Asst., Cheerleader, Silver Bell Queen Attend., High-
landers, Exec. Comm., Pep Sessions Comm., Miss Green,
Nurse's Asst., Convo Comm., Yearbook Queen Candidate,
Cheer Block, Capt., Commencement Speaker.
ROW THREE: RICHARD DUNVJIDDIE - General.
FRANKLIN DURHAM-Pre-Engineering-Hi-Y, Torch
Club, Monitor, Visual Aids Asst. ROBERT DYSON-
College Preparatory-I.atin Club, History Club, Hi-Y,
Torch Club. Publications Rep., Student Council, Monitor,
H.R. Vice Pres. PAUI. EISELE-GeneraI4H.R. Pres.,
Student Council, I.atin Club, Honor Society, Monitor.
JERRY EI-I.ISON-GeneraIfBible Club. MARABETH
EMERSONfGeneraI-Y-Teens, H.R. Sec.-Treas., Mon-
itor, Nurse's Asst., I.ibrary Asst.
axe maine, atomic pawez, Wcweez,
ROW ONI2: NANCY ENGLUND-College Preparatory-
Y-Teens. Future Teachers, Publications Rep. PENNY
lfARI,OVw'-General. LINDA I3AXVBUSH+Generul-
Y-Teens, Library Asst,, Latin Club. SYLVIA FERGU-
SON-Business Education-Choral Club, M.M.M..
Y-Teens. Monitor, English Off. Asst., Operetta.
SHIRLEY FEUSTONvGeneraI-Nurse's Asst., Visual
Aids Asst.. Y-Teens, G.R.A. JOHN FICKLE+Pre-
ROW TWO: GRACE IflTZSlMMONSfGeneral. JUDITH
IfRYE+General. NORMA FURNISH7Gener11I-Girls
Glee Club, Choralettes, Choral Club, M.M.M., Future
Teachers. All-State Chorus, Operetta, Future Nurse's.
NANCY GABEL-Business Education-Indianette, Stud-
ent Council, Y-Teens. Monitor, Nurse's Asst., Honor
Society, X-Ray, Co-Editor Little Chief, Band Variety
Show, CAROLE GAMMON-General-Dean's Asst,
Row TIIREF: CAROL GARRETSON-General. VIR-
GINIA GARY-Btrsiness Educulr'on+Y-Teens, Future
Teachers. Cheer Block. Monitor. Publications Rep., Stud-
ent Council. Girls Glee Club, Choralettes, H.R. Vice Pres.,
Deans Asst. LARRY GELLINGER+Pre-Apprenticei
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, "A" Club, Hi-Y.
Sgt. at Arms: H.R, Pres,, Cheer Block, Parking Lot Cadet,
Monitor. BARBARA GIBSON-Business Educat 1'cJ n-
HR. Vice Pres., Sec.: Future Retailers, LARRY GIBSON
-College Preparalortf-H.R. Vice Pres,. Publications
Rep., Latin Club, J.C,I... Hi-Y, Publicity Dept. Asst.,
Visual Aifs Asst., Annual Staff, Photographer: I.H.S.P.A..
Camera Club, Track. Cross Country. JOAN GILBERT
-General-Y-Teens, Honor Society, Girls Glee Club,
Concert Choir. Choral Club. Madrigal. Exec. Comm,,
M.M.M,, H.R. Sec.-Treas,, Operetta, Delco Remy Science
Essay Award. H. S. Off. Asst., X-Ray, Reporter:
l.H.S.P.A,, Future Teachers. Valedictorian.
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ROW ONI2: GARY GILMORE-General-Publications
Rep.. H.R. Vice Pres., Treas.3 Exec. Comm., Jr. Red
Cross Rep., Vwlrestling. JANET GILSON-Home Eco-
nomics. ANITA GLAZE-College PreparatoryfGirls
State. Euture Teachers, Y-Teens, Honor Society, Convo
Comm., Sr. Dramatics, Cheer Block, Dean's Asst., Art
Contest Award. ROBERT GLAZEBROOKS-General?
Eootball. Track, "A" Club, Monitor. ROSEMARY
GOI.ISHfGeneraI7Monitor, Foreign Language Dept.
Asst. CAROL GRAY7General7X-Ray, Business Man-
ager, Music Asst., Choral Club, Y-Teens.
ROW TWO: THOMAS GRAY-Genert1liConvo Comm.,
Spring Eling King, H.R. Sec.-Treas. JESSE GREEN-
Geneml. MARY BETH GRIMES-General-Dean's
Asst.. Library Asst.. Athletic Off. Asst., Euture Teachers,
Student Council, Concert Choir. Girls Glee Club. ALICE
GRISSOMfHome Economics-Library Asst., Sr. Dra-
matics. BARRY HANNA 4 General. SUZANNE
HARDIN-College Preptrratorqfpetersburgh H. S., Ela.3
Choral Club, Cheer Block, Operetta, Music Asst., Monitor.
Row 'l'11REii: PATRICIA HARI.-College Preptrrtuory-
Latin Club. Thespians. Bible Club, Honor Society, Mon-
itor, H. S. Off. Asst., Y-Teens. DIXIE HARI.AN-
CIeneraI4Girls Glee Club. Y-Teens. Visual Aids Asst.
.IUDITH HARRIS -- Genera! 1 Indianette, Y-Teens,
Dean's Asst., H.R. Pres., History Club, Yearbook Queen
Candidate, Girls Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Concert Choir.
KAY HARRIS-General-Phys. Ed. Asst., Indianette,
YATeens, H.R. Sec.-Treas., Monitor, Exec. Comm.
l,ARRY HARRISfColIege Prepara1orygStudent Coun-
cil. NORMA HARSHMANfBu.s1'ne.ss Edrzratfon.
ROW ON!! Al.l.l2Nll llART7Gi'm-ral-Ilonor Society,
Y-Teens, Bible Club, History Club, H. S. Off. Asst.,
Monitor, Library Asst. JUDITH HAWKINS-College
Preparatory-Student Council, Girls Glee Club, Choral-
ettes, Y-Teens, Cheer Block, Publications Rep., Library
Asst., Mixed Choir. RICHARD HEDRICKfGeneral.
SARAH HEDRICK-College Preparatory-Girls Glee
Club, Y-Tccns. PAULA HEIDEN-General-Y-Teens,
Concert Choir, Choralettes, Choral Club, Madrigal,
M.M.M., Exec, Comm., Honor Society, Music Asst., Fut-
ure Nurse's Sec.: Operetta, LINDA HIGGENBOTHAM
+General-Concert Choir, Girls Glee Club, Publications
Rep., H.R. Vice Pres., Sec,-Treas.: Student Council, Mon-
itor, English Off. Asst.. Counseling Off. Asst., Jr. Red
Cross, Asst,, Head Monitor, Latin Asst.
ROW TWO: DOROTHY HILL-College Preparatory-
Band, Librarian, Orchestra, Bible Club, Honor
Society, All-State Orchestra, Thespian App., G.R.A..
Future Teachers. History Club, Pep Sessions Comm.,
H.R. Sec,, Band OIT. Asst. MARILYN HILL+College
Prenaralory-Y-Teens. Treas,: Concert Choir. Orchestra,
Latin Club, .I.C.L.. Exec. Comm., Future Teachers, High-
l'n'lers, Mixed Choir, Head Monitor, X-Ray, Reporter:
Jr. Annual Staff, Annual Staff. Sr. Editor: English Off.
Asst., H.R. Vice Pres.. Sec,-Treas.: I. U. Music Clinic.
Publicity Dept. Asst., Fall Wind-Up Queen Candidate.
DONALD HOLLIDAY7GeneraI7H.R. Treas.. Hi-Y,
Band. M.M.M. CAROLANN IIOPPIYS-Iiusiness Illu-
calion-Thespians, Vice Pres.: M.M.M., Publications
Rep., Monitor. Choralettes, Concert Choir, Girls Glee
Club, Choral Club, Operetta, Y-Teens, Bible Club, Future
Teachers, X-Ray, Reporter: Sr. Dramatics, Music Asst.,
Biology Asst. STEPHANIE HOPPES-College Pre-
paru1oryqGirls Glee Club, Concert Choir. Choral Club,
M.M.M., Operetta, Student Council, X-Ray, Ed-in-Chief:
Sr. Dramatics, Highlanders, Monitor, Cheer Block,
Y-Teens, Vice Pres.: Fresh. Class Sec.. Exec. Comm.,
Counseling Off. Asst.. Publications Rep.. H.R. Sec.-Treas.,
Honor Society. BEVERLY HORINE - General -
Y-Teens, Student Council, Monitor, Thespians, Music
Asst., Highlanders, Publications Rep., Choral Club, Girls
Glee Club, Concert Choir, Dean's Asst., Dance
ROW THREE: SHEILA HORNBECK-General--Girls
Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Choralettes. PHILLIP HOSIER
-General-Basketball, Baseball, Choral Club, Band,
M.M.M.. Dance Band, Operetta. AVIS HOVERMALE--
Business Education. ALICE HOWARD-General-Music
Asst., Concert Choir, Girls Glee Club. H.R. Vice Pres.,
Sec.: Monitor, Bible Club, Dean's Asst., Sr. Dramatics.
PATRICIA HOVJARD-General-M.M.M., Choralettes,
Concert Choir. Choral Club, Operetta, Girls Glee Club.
Monitor, Y-Teens, Mixed Choir, Sr. Dramatics.
cmaltienomuealawnwdlfiiami' ' mecwlee
ROW ONV: SUIQ IIUDSON--liusm .'.x.s Iftl mrlX4: tion--Ifulure
Retailers. D.E.C.A. National Convention. TONY HUEY
-College Preparu!oryfMonitor, Dean's Asst. RICHARD
HUGHES - Pre-Engineering f Exec. Comm., Student
Council, Publications Rep., Jr. Red Cross Rep., Track,
Torch Club. Chess Club, H.R. Vice Pres. LARRY
HUMERICKHOUSE-PrefApprentice. GEORGE JACK-
SONYGenerul-Track, Annual Staff, Photographer:
X-Ray. Photographer: Publications Rep., Monitor. H.R.
Treas. I.OWEl.l. JACKSON-General?History Club.
Boys Cwlee Club. Chess Club. Visual Aids Asst., Monitor.
ROW TWO: JESSE JANESfCoIIeqe Preparutorif-I.atin
Club. MARY JEI3I:ERS-GenerulfX'Ray. Typist:
Y-Teens. WIl,l.IAM JOHNSONfGem'raI. DONAI.D
JOHNSON i l,I't'-lIl7fJl'L'l7lI-It' 7 l5oollmll, Manager.
J ERISE JOHNSON-Business Education-Publications
Asst., G.R.A., X-Ray, Exchange Ed. JOYCE JOHN-
SON7Buxiness EtfLlt't1I1'Ol7?Ijlll7llC3lIOHS Asst., G.R.A.
ROW TIIRIEIE: JUDITH JOHNSON-GeneraI7H.R.
Pres.. YATeens, Band, Indian Maiden, Monitor, Silver
Bell Queen. Euture Teachers. Sec.-Treas. PATRICIA
JOHNSON-Business Educat z'cm n-Concert Choir, Music
Asst.. Cheer Block, Y-Teens. RUTH JOHNSONfHome
Economics. GAII. JONESTGL'U6F!II-Y'TCCHS, Future
Retailers, Mixed Choir. I.ARRY JONES1CoIIege Pre-
paratory-I,atin Club. Torch Club. Exec. Comm.. Base-
ball, H.R. Vice Pres., Monitor. SUSAN JONES-
Colleqe Preparatory-Choralettes. Choral Club, Operetta.
M.M.M.. Madrigal, Honor Society. l.atin Club, .I.C.I..,
Student Council, Monitor.
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ROW ONE: THOMAS JOYCE-College Preparalory-
H.R. Vice Pres., Band, First Sgt.: Choral Club. Dance
Band, Band Asst., Operetta. Boys Chorus. SALLY
KEESLING-General-Latin Club, J.C.L.: Library
Asst., Monitor. EARL KEITH-General. CAROLYN
KELLY-General. FRANCIS KIMM-Pre-Apprentz'ce-
Ushers Club, History Club, H.R. Vice Pres. DONALD
KRUEGER+CoIIege Preparufory-Monitor, Tennis,
ROW TWO: PHILIP LARMORE-College Prepafuloru?
Commencement Speaker, Purdue Legis. Assembly. Boys
State, Honor Society. Vice Pres.: Jr. Rolarixn. Highland-
ers, Pres.: Cheer Block, Choral Club, Student Council,
Parliamentarian: H.R. Pres.. Monitor, Dean's Asst..
Mixed Chorus, Thespian App., Tennis, Operetta, Torch
Club, Hi-Y, Latin Club. J.C.l..: All-State Chorus.
TIMOTHY LEE-College Preparatory+Choral Club,
Hi-Y. Highlanders. Honor Society. Head Monitor, Cheer
Block. Operetta. Sr. Dramarics. Convo Comm.. HR. Pres.
NANCY LEMON - General - Y-Teens, G.R.A.
EVERETT LITTEN-General. MARTHA LIVINGS-
TON-General--Y-Teens, G.R.A., Phys. Ed. Asst.,
Dean's Asst., Nurse's Asst. BEVERLY LUSTER-
General-Girls Glee Club.
ROW THREE: SHARON LYNAM-College Preparatory-
Honor Society, Y-Teens, Indianette. Monitor, Latin Club,
HR. Pres., Jr. High Counseling Off. Asst., Band Asst.
BARBARA MALSOM+GeneraI-Future Retailers, Vice
Pres.: Bible Club. History Club, Library Asst. LAQUITA
MARSH-Home EconomicsfY-Teens, Honor Society,
Latin Club, Future Nurses, Girl's Glee Club, Choralettes.
Mixed Choir, Music Asst., Monitor. DIXIE MARTIN-
Colleqe Prepuratorg-Y-Teens, Pres., Inter Club, Sec.:
H.R. Vice Pres., I7.T.A.. Vice Pres.: Honor Society, Latin
Club. J.C.L., Head Monitor. Counseling Off, Asst., Exec.
Council. Publicity Dept. Asst., Annual Staff, Activities
Editor: Cheer Block. JAMES MARTIN-College Pre-
pnruforgf. DIANA MASTERS-Home Economics.
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ROW ONIE: MIKE MATHEVJS-College Preparatory-
Monitor. CARl.MAUPIN1Gem-ral. PATRICIA MAY
--Business ElIl1t'tll1iOf7fBiblC Club, Y-Teens, Sec., Girls
Glee Club, Highlanders, Sr, Dramatics. ALICE MAY-
NARD-College Preparatory-I.atin Club, Y-Teens,
Iinture Teachers, G.R.A., Girls Glee Club, X-Ray, Re-
porter: Jr. Annual Staff, Annual Staff, Activities Editor.
MARILYN McATEE4General. GARY McCLAIN-
Pre-Engrm-erz'ng4Football, XVrestling, Choral Club, Chess
Club, Boys Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, All-State Chorus,
Cheer Block, Operetta, "A" Club.
ROW TWO: GENE McCLAIN-General. JOHN McCORD
-Pre-Engineering-Monitor. H.R. Vice Pres., Public-
ations Rep., Highlanders, History Club, Torch Club,
Honor Society. CAROLYN MCCROCKLIN-College Pre-
paraIory1M.M.M., J.C.L., Honor Society, Y-Teens,
Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, All-State Orchestra, X-Ray,
Asst. News Editor: Annual Staff, Underclass Editor:
Publicity Dept. Asst., Latin Club. XVARREN McCULLUM
-College Preparatory-Torch Club, Latin Club, Track.
JANET McDANIEL + College Preparatory-Y-Teens,
Latin Club. Student Council, Convo. Comm., Head Mon-
itor, Highlanders, Jr. High Counseling Asst., Future
Teachers. H.R. Pres., Mimeo. Asst. Latin Asst. JOHN Mc-
GUIRIffljre-Engineering-Publications Rep., H.R. Vice
Pres.. Torch Club. Hi-Y. Monitor, Highlanders, Parking
l,ot Cadet, History Club. Cheer Block, Tennis, "A" Club,
now IHREL: RUTH ANN McKAY-General-Y-Teens.
Bible Club. History Club. Biology Asst., Sr. Dramatics.
Thespians. Iiuture Teachers. G.R.A. RONALD McKIB-
BAN-General-Hi-Y, Highlanders, Publicity Dept.
Asst.. Annual Staff, Business Manager: Thespians, History
Club, Sr. Dramatics, Torch Club, Boys Glee Club, Mixed
Chorus, N.S.P.A. Convention. SHARON McLAUGH-
l.IN?ColIege Preparulory4Band, Orchestra, G.R.A..
Publicity Dept. Asst., N.S.P.A. Convention, Annual Staff.
Sports Editor: Bible Club. Honor Society. Latin Club,
Phys. Ed. Asst. RONALD McNABNEY-Pre-Engineen
my-Choral Club, Basketball. Football. Baseball, Cheer
Block, H.R. Pres., Student Council, Highlanders. Hi-Y.
Torch Club. Operetta. RONALD MCVEY-Pre-Apprerr
life-"A" Club. DOUGLAS MEEKERN-Pre-Apprentice
-Tennis, "A" Club.
es I T
and wed '
ROW ONE: JAMES MELSON-General-Hi-Y, H.R.
Sec.-Trcas., Torch Club, Football Mgr., Basketball Mgr..
Parking Lot Cadet, Monitor, Latin Club. JAMES
MINNEEIELD - College Preparatory - Tennis, Cross
Country. Basketball, Club, Monitor. BESSIE
MITCHELL-General-Euture Retailers, Sec. PENNY
MITCHELL-General-Monitor. GARY MOORE-
College Preparatory-Band, Drum Major, Equip. Mgr.:
Choral Club, Vice Pres.g Madrigal, H.R. Pres., Public-
ations Rep., M.M.M., Historiang Operetta, Orchestra, All-
State Chorus, Boys Glee Club, Band Asst., Dance Band,
Jr. Exchangite, Convo Comm., EEA., Pep Sessions
Comm. BUD MORGAN - General - Dance Band,
Orchestra, Band Asst., Orchestra Asst.
ROW TWO: MARY MORRISON - General - History
Club, Future Teachers, Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Choral-
ettes, Girls Cilee Club, H,R. Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.
DANIEL MOTTO-General-Annual Staff, Co-Editor-
In Chiefg Jr., Sr. Class Vice Pres.: X-Ray, Columnist:
Choral Club, Operetta, Latin Club, J.C.L., Pres.:
Hi-Y, Highlanders, Cheer Block, I.H.S.P.A.,
Dean's Asst., N.S.P,A. Convention, Monitor, Jr. Rotar-
ian, Jr. Annual Staif., I. U. Journalism Institute. RUTH-
ANN MURPHY-College Preparatory-Y-Teens, Latin
Club, Band, Exec. Comm., H.S. Off. Asst. LUCY
MYERS-Business Education-Band, Orchestra, Choral
Club, Concert Choir, Thespian App., Bible Club,
Y-Teens, Athletic Dept. Asst. SUZANNE MYERS-
Business Education-Lebbey H. S., Toledo, Ohio:
Y-Teens, Honor Society, Dean's Asst., Mimeo. Asst.
ROW THREE: BILL NICHOLSON-General. JAMES
NOWI,IN-General-Indian Mascot, Parking Lot Cadet,
Band, Boys Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. DAN OBER-
MEYER-College Preparatory-Latin Club, Publications
Rep., Chess Club, Sr. Dramatics. PATRICIA OLDEN-
General-G.R.A., Latin Club, Orchestra, Student Council,
Monitor. IILORENE OLIVE-College Preparatory-
Library Asst. LORENE OLIVE-College Preparatory-
ROW ONE: SALLY PAGE-Business Educalion-Mon-
itor, Visual Aids Asst. BEVERLY PARKER4GeneraI-
Girls Glee Club, C1.R.A., Choralettes, Monitor, H.R. Vice
Pres., Sec.: Publications Rep., Library Asst. XVILLIAM
PARKER-Pre-Engineering-Monitor, Hi-Y, Highland-
ers. NANCY PEARSONfCollege Preparatory-Student
Council, Y-Teens, lnter Club: Latin Club, Sec,: J.C.L.,
Highlanders, Monitor, Jr. Annual Staff, Dean's Asst.,
Honor Society, H.R. Sec,-Treas., Exec. Comm., Cheer
Block, Girls State, X-Ray, Editor-ln-Chief, Little Chief
Editor: Publicity Dept. Asst. LYNNE PETRY-Home
Erononzics-Bible Club, Y-Teens, Choralettes, Concert
Choir, Mixed Chorus, Choral Club, Operetta. DUANE
PICKARD-Generalfliootball, Basketball. Track. Head
ROW TWO: JERRY PICKELW-College Preparatory-
Honor Society, Cross Country, Basketball, Baseball,
Track, "A" Club, H.R. Vice Pres, JAN PODHASKI1
General-YfTeens, Treas.: Latin Club, Exec. Comm.,
Student Council. Cheerleader, Pep Session Comm.. Year-
book Queen, Monitor, Nurses Asst., Jr. Annual Staff,
X-Ray, Asst. Managing Editor: Girls State, Highlanders.
SHARON POORE-Business Education-Library Asst.
CAROLE PRESSER-College Preparatory +Y-Teens.
M.M.M., Choral Club, Mixed Chorus, Concert Choir,
Deans Asst., Girls Glee Club, Cheer Block, Latin Club.
J.C.L., History Club, Operetta. NANCY PRESTON-
College Pre-paralory4Band, Orchestra, Bible Club,
M.M.M. XVILLIAM PRlCE-PrevApprentice-Honor
Society. H.R. Vice Pres., Publications Rep.
ROW THREE: WANDA PURSLEY-Business Education
fM.M.M.. Sec.: Girls Glee Club, Y-Teens. Cheer Block.
Operetta. SHERRON QUINN-Business Education-
H.R. Pres., liuture Retailers, Future Teachers, Highlanders,
Y-Teens. Cheer Block, Off. Monitor. DONALD
RAMSEY-College Preparatory-H.R. Pres., Vice Pres:
Head Monitor, Hi-Y, Highlanders, Latin Club, J.C.L.,
Honor Society, Sr. Dramatics, Tennis. HARRY RAY-
General-Ushers Club, Monitor. CAROLYN REEDL
General-Bible Club, Camera Club, Jr. Red Cross Rep.
JUDITH ANNETTE REED-GeneruI4H.R. Pres..
Vice Pres., Publications Rep., Student Council, Y-Teens.
Indianette. Monitor, Honor Society, Girls Glee Club.
ROW ONE: JUDITH ARLENE REED - General -
Y-Teens, Athletic Office Asst.. Girls Glee Club. EARLIE
REMSON-ProApprenlice-Iiootball. MA" Club, H.R.
Pres.. Sec.-Treas. SANDRA RICHEY - General,--
BETTY RIGGS+Generul-Y-Teens. Highlanders, Girls
Glee Club, Concert Choir, Choral Club, Madrigal. All-
State Chorus. Library Asst.. Student Council. Thespian
App., Operetta, M.M.M., H.R. Sec.-Treas. JOHN
ROBBINS-College PrepuratoryfMonitor. KAY ROB-
ERSON-General-Latin Club. Euture Retailers, .l.C.I..
ROW TWO: CECIL ROBINSON-General-"A" Club,
Basketball, Track, Football. CAMILLE ROBY-College
Preparatory-Latin Club, .l.C.I-., Honor Society, High-
landers. Y-Teens, Vice Pres.: Monitor, Dean's Asst., Exec.
Comm,, Pep Sessions Comm., Cheerleader, Girls State.
RICHARD ROSENBAUM-College Preparatory-Hi-Y,
Highlanders. Latin Club, J.C.L., Honor Society, Thes-
pians, Golf. Cheer Block. Monitor, Visual Aids Asst.
DONALD ROUDEBUSH - General Q Football, Basket-
ball. Baseball, Wrestling, H.R. Pres., Student Council,
noaedriae fan thee
"A" Club, Hi-Y, Highlanders, Monitor, Cheer Block,
Ath. Scholarship Society. JERRY SALEL'PI'L'-EUg1.U68f-
ing-Choral Club, Hi-Y, Madrigal, Iiootball. Operetta,
All-State Chorus, I.U. Music Clinic, Historian,
Band Lighting Crew, Jr. Red Cross Rep.. Cheer Block.
CCAROLYN SARGENT-Business Education-Y-Teens,
Inter Club Council, Athletic Off. Asst., H.S. Off. Asst.,
Monitor, Cheer Block, H.R. Sec., Honor Society.
ROW THREE: NANCY SARGENT-Business Educulion
-Y-Teens, Counseling OIT. Asst., Bible Club, Monitor,
Cheer Block, H.R. Sec, BARBARA SCHILDMEIER-
Business Educalicm-Euture Retailers. CAROL SCHROPE
-College Preparatory-Y-Teens, Honor Society, Bible
Club. Highlanders, Chemistry Asst., Monitor, Student
Council, Publications Rep., Cheer Block. VJILLIAM
SEAL-General. REX SEIPEL-Pre-Apprent1'ceYMon-
itor, Physics Asst. SHARON SEYBERT-GeneraI-
Indianette. Choral Club, Operetta, Mixed Chorus, Concert
Choir, Y-Teens, Highlanders, Monitor, Dean's Asst., Jr.
Red Cross Rep.
ROW UNE: JOHN SHAFIIER f G 4'r14' ful f Monitor.
ALICE SHANNON-General-I.ibrary Asst., Monitor,
Honor Society, Mimco. Off. Asst., Bible Club. JERRY
SHAUl.vGcneruI. STEVE SHAXV-College Preparuf
lory-Choral Club, Madrigal, Lighting Mgr.. Convo
Comm. RICHARD I.. SHIRLEY-I're-Appren1r'ce-
Ifootball. ANNETTE SHIPMAN-Home Econoniics?
Y-Teens, Latin Club, H.R. Trcas.. Chemistry Asst., Bible
Club, Cheer Block.
ROW TWO: ROBERT SINK - General. PRISCIIIA
SKOUDEN-Business Educul1'on+Y-Teens, Honor Socif
ety. Student Council, Iiuture Retailers, Treas.: History
Club. Monitor. D.E.C.A. National Convention. THOMAS
SLOANE - Pre-Engineering - Hi-Y, Band, Captain:
lighting Crew. Dance Band. TOBY SMAI.l.-General.
JANICE SMI'l'HfGt-neral. JIM SMITHfGum'ral4
ROW 'I'HR1ili: JOYCE SMITH-Home liconom z't' s-
l.atin Club, Monitor. MARGERY SMITH7Home Eco-
nom 1'r' s-Bible Club. REBECCA SMITH1ColIege Pre-
paratory-Indianette, Jr. Annual Staff, Annual Staff,
Senior Editor: XfRay. Reporter: Y-Teens, Bible Club,
l.atin Club, Publicity Dept. Asst., Thespian App., Fall
XVind-Up Queen, Band Variety Show, I.H.S.P.A., I. U.
Journalism Institute. VJILLIAM SMITH-Pre-Apprem
I z't- e-Visual Aids Asst., Hi-Y. RICHARD SNYDER-
College Preparatory-Monitor. NORMA SOUTHERS-
General-Y-Teens, Indianette, Future Retailers, Sec.:
Tbespian App., Sr. Dramatics, Dean's Asst., Cheer Block,
Band Asst.. D.E.C.A. Convention.
ROW ONE: DAVE SPAULDING-General-Torch Club,
Highlanders. ARLENE SPRINGER-Business Education
-H.R. Pres., Girls Glec Club, Choralettes, Concert Choir.
Monitor, H.S. Off. Asst., Thespian App., Highlanders,
Y-Teens, Sec.: Athletic Off. Asst., Silver Belle Queen,
Cheer Block. EERN STANLEY-Business Education-
Athletic Off, Asst., Y-Teens. LARRY STANLEY-
General. LINDA STANLEY-General-Y-Teens, Pres.,
Inter Club, Pres., Highlanders, Latin Club, Honor Society.
Girls Glee Club, Concert Choir, Monitor, X-Ray. Manag-
ing Editor: Prom Queen, Pall Wind-Up Queen, Publicity
Dept. Asst., Jr. Annual Staff, Pep Sessions Comm., Cheer-
leader, Captain: H.R. Pres.. Sec.-Treas.1 Girls State.
Mixed Chorus. DONALD STANSON-General.
ROW TWO: LARRY STEXVART-PrevApprentice. ROY
STICKRADT-General. LINDA STIRES-College Pre-
paratory-Annual Staff, Co-Editor-In-Chief: X-Ray,
Reporter: I. U. Journalism Institute, Jr. Annual Staff,
N.S.P.A. Convention, Publicity Dept. Asst., Y-Teens.
Athletic Off. Asst., Thespian App., Bible Club, Cheer
Block. I.H.S.P.A., Michigan Journalism NVorkshop.
JERRY STOHI.ER-Pre-Apprentice. JOYCE STOKES
-General. SUSAN STRAUB-Business Education-
Y-Teens, Exec. Council, H.R. Vice Pres., Sec.: Student
Council, Nurses Asst.
ROW THREE: JAMES STRINGER-College Preparatory
-Football, Wrestling, Track, Dean's Asst., "A" Club,
Sec.: H.R. Vice Pres., Pres.: Student Council. KENNETH
STREATY - General - Baseball, Cross Country.
PHILLIP SULLIVAN-General-Basseball, Basketball,
Track, Publication Rep., H.R. Vice Pres., Pres.: Choral
Club, Madrigal, "A" Club, Pres.: Operetta, All-State
Chorus. ANTHONY SWINEORD-General-Wrestling,
Football. NORA SYI-VESTER-Business Education-
Indianettes, Y-Teens, H.R. Vice Pres., Monitor, Choral
Club Asst. HARRIETTE TALBERT-General.
Row oN15: FRIED TAYLOR - Gem-1-ul. SANDRA
TAYLOR-Ge 12e-1' ul-Y-Teens, Monitor, Honor Society.
CAROLYN TEAGUE+General. RONALD TEMPLE-
TON7CoIlege I'reparuIory4Student Council. Head Mon-
itor. Dean's Asst. LYNN THOMAS-H Lrsz ' ness Educaiion
7Publications Rep. Visual Aids Asst. CHARLES
ROW TWO: GEORGIA TRUESDEL-College Prepara-
tory-SY-Teens, Highlanders, Future Teachers, Library
Asst., Student Council. Publications Rep., Monitor, Cheer
Block, Sr. Dramatics. H.R. Vice Pres., Athletic Off. Asst.
MILLIE TURBEVILLEYIS Lzsz V ness Education-Y-Teens.
LARRY TURNERfGeneruI-Latin Club, Visual Aids
Asst., Band. BROCKS TONVNSliNDfPre-Engineering
fliresh.. Jr., Sr. Class Pres., Student Council, Pres.,
Treas.: Exec. Comm., Convo Comm., HR. Pres., Sec.-
Treas.g Purdue Legis. Assembly, Boys State, Jr. Rotarian.
Monitor, Choral Club. DEAN TVVAYfGenerul,
CAROLE USSERY-General-M.M.M., Choral Club,
Latin Club, Y-Teens, Exec. Council, Operetta, Library
Asst., Concert Choir.
ROW THREE: NANCY USSERYvGeneraI-Choral Club,
Y-Teens, M.M.M., Future Retailers, Operetta, Concert
Choir. VUILLIAM VAN DUYN-General. CARMEN
VAN METER - General 4 Camera Club. MARTHA
VASBINDER-Business Educat z'rn n--Band, Orchestra,
M.M.M., Girls Glee Club, Operetta. JAMES VAUGHN
-Pre-Apprentice. SHERILL VINCENT-College Pre-
pa r't1 lory--Bible Club, Sec.: Future Teachers. Sec.: Exec.
Comm., Student Council.
1-fm amanda of 55' ,
ROW ONE: SHIRLEY XVELLONS - General - Latin
Club, Monitor. SALLY NVESSAR-College Preparalory
+Y-Teens, Latin Club, Girls Glee Club, Choralettes,
Choral Club, Exec. Comm., Highlanders. GERALD
XVHITEAKER-Gen zf1'i1 I. ITLOYD NVHITEHOUSE-
College Preparatory-Dean's Asst., Jr. Red Crosss Rep.,
X-Ray, Associate Editor. ELLEN XVIGNER-Business
Educrztion-Choral Club, Honor Society, H,S. Off. Asst.,
Music Asst., Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee
Club. JOSEPHINE NVILKINS-General.
ROW TWO: WILLY WILKINS-General. FLOYD XVIL-
HOITE - General - Publications Rep. RICHARD
WILKINSON -Q General - Ushers Club. NONDAS
WILLIAMS - General - Band. DICK VJILLIAMS -
General-Commencement Speaker, Honor Society, Pres.:
Thespians, Pres.: Choral Club, Pres.: Madrigal, Student
Council, Exec. Comm., M.M.M., Head Monitor, H.R.
Pres., Vice Pres.: All-Slate Chorus, Operetta. THOMAS
XVILLIAMS-General-Ifootball, Track, XVrestling.
ROW THREE: VIVIAN XVILLIAMS-General-Future
Retailers. VJILLARD VwlILLIAMS+Home Economics-
Drama Club, G.R.A. DOROTHY XVILLIS-Home
Ecor1omics+G.R.A., Girls Chorus, THOMAS WILSON
General+H.R. Vice Pres., Pres,1 "AU Club, Vice Pres:
Publications Rep., Hi-Y, Highlanders, Track, Football,
Choral Club, Boys Glee Club, Operetta, Cheer Block,
Deans Asst., All-State Chorus. STANLEY VVOLFRAM
-College Preparatory. .IUDIE NVOODS-General-
H.R. Vice Pres., Y-Teens.
ROW ONE: JUDITH WOODS-General-Honor Society,
History Club, Y-Teens, Thespian App., Monitor, Library
Asst., Dean's Asst., English Off. Asst. RALPH WORLEY
-Pre-Engineering-Hi-Y, Vice Pres.: Torch Club.
Highlanders, H.R. Treas., Student Council, Exec. Comm.,
Monitor, Cheer Block, MARTHA WRIGHT-GeneraI-
Y-Teens. Nurses Asst. VVILMA XVRIGHT-Business
Education-Y-Teens, Monitor, Scholastic Art Award,
G.R.A. MARY WYSOCKEY - General -- Indianette,
Head Drum Majorette: Latin Club, Y-Teens, Band Asst.
ROW TWO: DALLAS YOUNG-College Preparatory-
Football, Baseball, "A" Club, Sergeant-at-Arms: High-
landers, Torch Club, Latin Club, Monitor, Cheer Block.
Captain: H.S. Off, Asst.. Vvfrestling, Dean's Asst. HAZEL
YOUNG-Home Economics-Girls State. RONALD
SENIORS NOT PICTURED-Raymond Ashley, Larry Carpenter, Michael Carpenter, Janet Crim,
Janice Dearing, Allen Doty, Douglas Dronberger, William Eitelman, Walter Fox, Evelyn Kinman,
Robert Knick, Robie Levitt, David Luck, Max Pine, William Poole, Emma Posey, Gerald Rees, Myron
Reichart, William Remley, Ellane Smith, Gary Smith, Richard Smith, Carolyn Smithers, Richard
Swinford, Linda Tice, Esther Turner, Gerald VanMeter, James Vardaman, Judith Wachob, Larry
Watson, Roosevelt Wilkerson, Marvin Whitaker, Larry Woods, Larry Woosnam, Dale York, Robert
Striving to stay within the budget are .lunior Vice-President
l..1rry Sells: Treasurer Ann Harris: Secretary Kay McGraw. and
llresiclent Dave Payton.
"But of course '59," Mr, Bill Ballentine and Mrs.
Vivian Maine. junior class sponsors, give their opinions
ot' the best class.
cmdafw A 4 :railed vzackzfdom af 7?0X
Fifty years ago the junior class of 1908 was
participating in many activities such as does
the present junior class. "A more spirited and
enthusiastic class was never a part of AHS," the
1908 yearbook read. Hayrides, picnics, bobsled
rides and class meetings consumed the time of
the 74 juniors in 1908.
The 1959 class had to cope with the problem
Chief Anderson pins. sold by juniors, helped swell school spirit.
Aiding in the sale were Bev Benko, Ronnie Carper, Terry
Montague and Dave Kimball. junior executive committee
of putting on a prom, selecting class officers,
and preparing for life as the school leaders.
The junior class is but one rung from the
desired goalfbeing seniors. As the '08ers said.
A'By labor and perseverance they will reach the
top, which is to know and know that they
Executive committee members are charged with develop-
ing prom theme and decorations ideas. They are
Brenda Abbott, Sandra Crosthwaite, Ronnie Xvclls.
Dave DeBo1t and Dave OBrien.
Connie Jo Berkham
L. C. Cooley
Class of 1959
Class of 1959
Miss Eileen Johnson and Jiminy Cricket
supervise as Carol Ann Ratzlzxff donates to
Ihe United Fund.
Mary Jane Crunk
J. 'l'. Freeman
Class of 1959
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.lim Goodnight laughs with Sally Vvlessar
,xml Hollis Blair about his misfortune,
Class of 1959
Glee Ann Leaver
Mary Paul Mason
Class of 1959
Susie Patterson ,
Mary lieth Phelps
Mary Anne Richardson
Jim Shepherd '
Ernie Shields 1
Jerry Joe Smith
Karel Ann Smith
.lunior Red Cross representatives distribute promolion
IT1.1lt'fl.ll for thc revived AHS group
Class of 1959
Q li -1 S-
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Principal John Paul Huffman fought zx
losing battle against the snow with the rest
nf us. I Q4
Derre Jo Southworth
Sue Carol Streaty
Eddie Van Ness
Principal John Paul Huffman explains high school life to sophomore homeroom presidents. Row l-Jim Ray. linda
lflmore. Jim Steele, Steve Lowry, Jane Preston, Jerry Cortrechl, and John Gray. Row lfllive Brogdon, David Deliolt, Joyce
Morgan, Pam XVaymire. Roger Kellams, John Hart and Saundra Heard.
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Anderson High School had not known a
green sophomore class until this year. The
l96O class had been supreme in the junior
highs for three years.
But life in high school is different, the
present sophomores have found out as did the
l908 first year man who Ustruts around
with an air of ownership until suddenly he
bumps up against a Senior and learns there are
such things as Aupperclassmenf'
At first the sophs were awed by the vast
educational institution known as AHS but
after battling the bookstore lines, learning how
to get to classes, and what high school life is
like. they settled down to wait until they can
take the reins as upperclassmen.
Soplioniores got spirit early. building a colorful Home-
coming lfloat. They are Bill McFarland. l.inda ljlmore.
Joan McGillicuddy, Jim Ray and Jim Rousey.
Class of l960
Jo Ann Boswell
Mr C. Coolvy
Class of l960
Ronnie Clark and Ralph Smith exercise
control as Carolyn Sargent ignores everything
but the phone.
Class of 1960
' :lynx 'L-' .
"Is it worth it?" wonders Phil Hosicr as he con-
templates the idea of purchasing AHS.
Patty Ann Goss
Class of 1960
"l'll huy yours if youll
Dennis. lo Sharon Scybcrl
hug' mine." says Sherry
, as they both push their
Class of l960
Junior annual staff members do their part in creating Cl third
prize winning iloat.
Mary Sue McAllister
Rose Ann Needler
Mary Sue Owens
Lillie Ann Pritchett
Lula Mae Raimey
Class of 1960
Class of l960
This pert and pcppy crowd helped to defeat South Bend Central.
Gloria Jean Rush
Jo Ann Russell
Billie Lou Schmitt
Judy K. Sheets
Molly Jo Tucker
Nancy Van Matre
Jean Van Osdel
Jo Ann Webb
Ada Bell Wilson
Class of 1960
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HECKAMAN BUICK, INC.
34 W. 8th St. Phone 2-0242
You Can't Miss With
Buick's Smooth, Economical Ride
Barbara Diedring and Connie Gustin admire the '58 Buick.
"Cutting the rug" at Sears are Jesse Bell and Helen Raekes.
KAY-BEE FLOWER SHOP
103 E.21stSt. Phone2-1330
The way to a girl's heart
is through Flowers.
Try it! S
"They're lovelyf' Mona Clem and Marilyn Hill exclaim
over flowers from Kay-Bee.
67 Short Steps
Off Meridian on llth Street
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Dave Spaulding checks the latest "lVy l.c.1guc" suits at C
Complete your wardrobe
With the latest fashions
From Ivy League
to formal evening wear
'The Doorway to A
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You Will Always Be First
With Sports Equipment
WAYNE 'DOC' POLLARD
Who Is Most Active
On The Local Sports Scene.
"l dreamed I won the race in my Anderson Sporting Good
uniform," says Larry Massey. And he did.
Anderson Sporting Goods, lnc.
1028 Main Street Phone 5828
1233 Meridian St. Phone 7514
WHERE BUSINESS TRAINING
HAS BEEN OFFERED FOR
MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY
Accurate typing is the goal of Indinna Business College
students. Ann liorst and Margaret Vx'illiamson,
CENTRAL INDIANA GAS
748 Main St. Phone 4494
For the Gas Range that
can produce a midnight snack
or a 7-course dinner
Xxlllh vision l p Zn pie, Hollis Blair insp gg
Hop In your
Little Red Wagon
And Come To
5th 26 Meridian Phone 4491
Alice Howard and Jerry Shaul test ril one of K.iufman's
hesl little red wagons,
A at W Alibi Drive ln
44 Jackson Street
H nger ravages the girls as they crowd the Alibi Drive In after
hard morning at AHS.
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Complete Dining Service
Available at the
14th '35 Jackson Streets
Shop Where Your Money
Buys The Most
Office Supplies 0 Typewriters
Class Sweaters I Sportswear
Books I Athletic Equipment
Tom Davis lines up a masterful putt between the aisles.
67 Long Steps off Meridian
on llth Street
2l W. llth St. Phone 3-7447
You will be as
'Pretty as a Picture'
in apparel from
Cathedral of Fashion
7411 4 Guhugb rfadoua
813 Meridian St. Phone 6656
A huge picture frame emphasizes Carolyn Sargent's new
INDIAN TRADING POST
Across from High School
For that quick snack and
Everything in School Supplies
1314 Lincoln St. Phone 6565
Alice Grissom trams while waiting for cust
'Weddings are made in Heaven'
But Engagements are made
ll2O Meridian Phone 3-6933
"What makes it tick?" asks Jane Hamilton and Mary
John Marshall Life lnsurance Co.
'AN ANDERSON INSTITUTION'
General agent Jim Vanderbur. member of the 1946 State Basketball
Champion Indians, shows Deanna Abernathy her John Marshall life
insuran p licy.
THE BEST LIFE INSURANCE
MONEY CAN BUY
Anderson Federal Loan Building Phone 3-6618
Norbury Realty Company
'Builders of TomorroW's Home Today'
Nlr, larry Jackson gives Nancy Sargcni and Arlene Springer
tour of the Norbury Homes at Chesterfield Bluifs.
THE REALTOR WHO BUILDS
FOR THE YOUNG COUPLE
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
25 W. 10th St. Phone 8331
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FOR HEALTH'S SAKE
DRINK AT LEAST
THREE GLASSES OF MILK
Roy Stickradt displays that satisfied smile over his malt from
East Side .lersey Dairy
722 Broadway Phone 7781
OWENS ICE CREAM
and DAIRY BAR
1800 Lincoln 2326 Columbus
Phone 2-1466 Phone 9909
We can't make all the ice cream
So we make just the best.
l1n.1oylng rich. delicious chocolate malts are Nancy Lemon,
Joyce XX'atson. Jim Lavender, and Doug DeHority.
724 W. 8th St. Phone 3-5315
YOU CAN'T MISS
lirancis Kimm Ends it easier to shoot a basket in a goal
made by Recreation ISCILIIPITICHI.
THE JOHN KELLEY CO.
ll29 Meridian St. Phone 7759
lhe soil, furry luttenish rug attracts the admiration of
Sheron XVhiten1ari and Nancy Hartzell,
I 'VVA ly Y
W H B U
1240 on the Dial
Serving you during all
your waking hours
"Jive at lfive-O-Live" features Dan Roby. Ron Clark and
f Q . 5 . C . H
1002 Nleridian St. Phone 5812
Established in 1880
An Advertiser in the 1908 Indian
A Booster today - 50 Years Later
"Ah the perfect hat," says Pat Mclieand.
2445 Meridian St. Phone 4916
She Will Feel Like
With Flowers From Favorite
A Favorite flower crown. worn h Yearbook ueen, an 1
Y Q J
Podhaski. is admired by .Ian Bohlen. Stephanie Hoppcs,
Judy Harris, Judy Duncan, Peppy Schlacks and Mary
Dronhergefs Pink Horse
Featuring our own 'Dron-Burger'
Betty Riggs and Sue Jones select ii song to enjoy with their
IN A COMFORTABLE DINING 5 Mffis rum
ROOM OR IN YOUR CAR.
In Dinners to go-
On a divided platter
1236 Broadway Phone 9074
IT HAS TO BE
A 1958 FORD
"Bon voyage" waves Dixie Martin as she cruis y h
Fred Welker Ford Agency
516 Meridian Street Phone 2-0275
HUDSON PRINTING CO.
701 W. 6th sr. Phone 8363
PRINTERS OE TI-IE
AND 1958 INDIANS
Comparing the Indians and liking both are annual editors,
Dan Motto and Linda Stires,
1125 Meridian St. Phone 3-3216
Outfitting the Entire Family
With Eine Quality Clothes
Dee Scheller is being fitted for that special occasi
The Yearbook Engraver -
2 x 3 I A
'43 throughout 1
Elicrraorvnlllfi uf 'fs
541-549 E.MA12KET St To
T his advertisement appeared in the 1908 Yearbook.
QE Q svfcinnizfnmwwn :Nu mm f
'. smvm run mascot su s
603 Meridian St. Phone 6618
Mr. Howard Lindsey instructs Sherry Dennis, Harold Hattield,
and Judy Iirye in .1 driver education car donated hy Hunter.
Your Key to a
Is the Key
To Smooth Driving
DON'T HIDE YOUR MONEY
IN A COOKIE JAR
OR UNDER THE MATTRESS
Save Where Your
i Savings Mean More
"It's all mine," Tom Sloane wishes wistfully.
Anderson Federal Savings 8: Loan Association
11th 25 Jackson Streets Phone 3-3341
Anderson Newspapers, lnc.
D na Garringer walches as a picture of Elizabeth Taylor
mes over the wire photo machine.
S THE DAILY BULLETIN
12th '26 Jackson Phone 3-5371
RECORDING THE NEWS
OF YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
EVERY DAY OF YOUR LIFE
CRAFTS o HOBBIES
I TOYS O BICYCLES
You Name Itg
I Wonder how it will fly?" says Ray Ashley as he examines
modelaifplm- We Have It
Biclcel's Cycle ancl Key Shop
9th 25 Jackson Streets Phone 2-7036
WHERE T0 NOW, GRADUATE?
Today a high school diploma is as important as everdbut it is ONLY the
beginning for young people who wish to make a better way of life for them-
selves and their future families.
That's Why Delco-Remy Division of General Motors in Anderson, Indiana,
urges every high school graduate to continue his or her education. There are
two ways to do it: Either earn a college degree or take some type of specialized
To help high school graduates who sincerely want to meet the ever-growing
competition for better jobs, Delco-Remy offers five avenues of approach for a
College Scholarship Program
Delco-Remy through General Motors every fall helps provide scholarships,
each ranging from 3200 to 32,000 per school year, to young men and
women high school graduates entering colleges of their choice.
College Co-operative Programs
Delco-Remy every fall offers a number of male high school graduates the
opportunity to earn college engineering degrees from either General Motors
Institute of Flint, Michigan, or Purdue University. The students alternate
their time between jobs at Delco-Remy and the college classroom.
Engineering Design and Apprenticeship Programs
Delco-Remy regularly employs male high school graduates who are as-
signed to either an engineering design program or to a skilled trades
apprenticeship program. Eventually they become draftsmen, toolmakers,
electricians, machine repairmen, tinsmiths and patternmakers.
College Graduate Training Program
Delco-Remy continually hires college graduates, with a variety of different
degrees, who spend six months learning various phases of the business. At
the end of the program they are given an assignment which embarks them
on their career in industry.
Specialized Office Job Program
Delco-Remy is ever alert for high school graduates who, on their own,
furthered their education through business colleges or specialized training
schools that equip them for better office jobs.
Delco f Rem
General Motors Corporation, Anderson, Indiana
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from lhe PROGRESS of the PAST KSC" the PROMISE of the FUTURE
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Roger's Jewelry, lnc.
1008 Meridian Street PhO1'19 3-2755
Diamonds are a gurl s best friend, Carolyn Ray tells Dave
For Eine Quality
Jewelry '25 Silverware
HOME OE THE
KEEPSAKE DIAMOND RING
Say It Better
'ADO Bowers say it better than words?" wonders gagged
Randy Davis as he communicates with Geraldine Wicker.
FUR COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE
627 Nichol Ave. Phone 4895
J. C. PENNEY CO.
1030 Meridian St, Phone 3-3389
Will Save You
'Penneys from Heaven'
Carol Nugent Ends pennies from heaven hard to believe.
711.9 !GqMWSof Qwlaig
l03l Meridian Phone 4439
NOW IN OUR SECOND
50 YEARS IN ANDERSON
Dixie Harlan and l.arry Gibson reenact scene that most
people go through once in a lifetime.
l8Z2 Main St. Phone 3-3170
Portraits I Adults - Children
Industrial O Exterior - Catalogue
Weddings 0 Candid - Formal
SENIOR PICTURES A SPECIALTY
A photograph hy Odell captures the charm of his modern
1037 Meridian Street Phone 7016
R ss liorkner, photographer, assures himself that everyone i
atching the birdie" as he takes pictures for the annual.
Genial Russ Forkner, your school
photographer, will continue to
W serve you through high school, mar-
riage, parenthood, and life with
No Parking Worries
0 20,000 feet of modern and
0 Air conditioned for shopping
6 0 Nationally advertised brands
XX lma Wright and Pat Gray examine an early American
h dstead at McDonnld's Furniture.
0 Competent, courteous salesmen
McDonald Furniture Showrooms, lnc.
State Roads 9 25 67 Phone 3-6971
You're always in' the
'Spotlight' with clothing from
THE BANNER STORE
927 Meridian St. Phone 6675
Toby Small and Carolyn Bailey shop for sharp blouses at
the Banner Store.
LAWRENCE - KREHE
1324 Meridian St. Phone 2-0809
PICTURES THAT WILL PLEASE
0 Senior Pictures
0 Wedding Pictures
0 Fine Studio Photography
A good subject for fine photography is Ann Adams.
FARM BUREAU CO-OP
1520 Main St. Phone 3-6637
Complete Farm Supplies and Services
ou ow 'our urrow and I ll plox' mine, says Ocorgc
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Jackson to Diana Taylor.
1126 Meridian Street Phone 2-9660
opping for silver finery occupies the time of Judy Duncan
d Adelia Drake.
'The Store Known
For Fine Jewelry'
EOR PERFECT GIFTS
FOR GRADUATION AND
Bank At A Hometown
Institution Where Your
SAVINGS EARN MORE!
ce Shelton and Steve Givens wonder what's behind the
counter at the Anderson Loan.
Anderson Loan Association
10th 26 Jackson Streets Phone 7771
ANDERSON BOASTS ONE OF THE NATION'S
FINEST PRECISION BINDERIES
Commercial Service Company
1200 E. 5th Street Phone 8084
Beautiful book jackets serve as an attractive background for Pat
THE ONLY BINDERS OF
ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL'S YEARBOOK
smart apparel . . . 936 meridian
EEATURING EXCLUSIVE STYLES
IN SPORTSWEAR, EORMALS,
AND SMART APPAREL
The Ladies Store With
Men's Tastes In Mind
l Striking a sophisticated pose and wearing a cape
I and gown from Roth's is model aspirant Donna
Traditionally, seniors like Stephanie Hoppes and Georgia
Truesdel choose silverware patterns.
For The Life-Long Gift
You Have Always Treasured
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A watch is the perfect gift for the graduate, Connie Wilson
NAME IN LIGHTS
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The I-Iome of the Automatic
T-3 SAFETY AIM I-IEADLIGIITS
GUIDE LAMP DIVISION
GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
Anderson Camera and Gift Shop
IZOO Meridian Street Phone 2-3316
Floyd Whitehouse steps from behind the counter to buy some
photographic equipment for his own use.
Brmduse finds its easy to save when you use the
'Everything for Good Photography'
Nationally Authorized Dealers
BELL E5 HOWELL 0 KODAK
ARGUS 0 ANSCO 0 REVERE
The Extra Special Gift
For An Extra-Special Person
Drive In Windows
Walk Up- Windows
After Hour Depositorys
Safety Deposit Boxes
service win ow.
0 Loan Services
Anderson Banlcing Company
Downtown - South Branch -- Edgewood - Erankton - Chesterfield
5 ,vii 11 Alibi Restaurant
1401 Jackson Street Phone 3-7154
Good companv and good food prevail when Dan Roby, Ph1
A Rinker, Judy Shoemaker and Ann Harris get together.
SUPPER GATHERING PLACE
EOR AHS STUDENTS
A '25 W ALIBI DRIVE IN
44 Jackson St. Phone 3-0022
For a quick snack
at the end of a date
A Good Time
For the Good Taste
'on er i the attraction is Coke or Sharon Walker.
Served Where the High School Crowd Gathers
Sales - 1415 Fairview Bottling - 700 Meridian
Phone 3-7445 I-3110119 3833
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Right on Meridian at l2l2 Phone 4404
I all necessary when you want to be A good secretary,
.I nice Branch and Janice Byrum learn.
Grades soar and term papers
practically do themselves with
office machines from
Anderson's Oflice Supply
For A Perfect Photograph
PORTRAITS Y5 WEDDINGS
Check First With
B b Dyer, your friendly photographer, poses with the camera
h uses in taking those Dyer pictures.
Bob Dyer . . Photography
l6ll Nelle Street Phone 2-9265
Chopson can't make up her mind as to
'VI lyn I
her she should buy the skirt or play outfit. t 0
911 Meridian St.
A Community Institution
Styles to suit
Both the Young
One of the Largest
Family Stores in
C ol, calm. and collected describes Roni McKibban
his ensemble from Hoyt Wright.
Abernathy, Judy 58, 98 Brown' Bob 90' 126
Abbott, Brenda 51, 52, 59, 118, 119
Abernathy, Deanna 21, 59, 60, 63, 126,
Abshire, Paul 33, 79, 98
Achor, Lana 55, 59, 63, 119
Achor, Ron 7, 98
Adams, Gary 119
Adams, Ann 39, 42, 52, 57, 60, 66, 69,
Adams, Claude 126
Adams, Martha 98
Adamson, Karen 53
Adcock, Roger 19. 39, 54, 98
Addison, Linda 53, 59, 126
Agnew, Curtis 98
Agnew, David 81, 126
Ahrendt, Rex 79, 89, 126
Albright, Townsend 62, 126
Aldred, Dwight 56, 60. 62. 89, 119
Aldred, Steve 62, 89, 126
Aldrich, Phyllis 126
Alexander, Grace 59, 126
Alexander, Marilyn 126
Alexander, Melva 98
Alexander, Terry 119
Aley, Stephen 126
Allex, Tom 98
Allord, Cuba 126
Alleman, Jannie 7. 44, 53, 59, 60,
Alleman, Jim 63, 119
Allen, Carolynne 126
Allen, Sandra 59, 60, 126
Allman, Jim 126
Amos, Gloria 119
Ancil, Sandra 126
Anderson, Larry 98
Anderson, Linda 126
Anderson, Sandra 59, 119
Anthony, Dave 119
Antrobus, Dave 53, 119
Arline, Dick 126
Armstrong, Harry 119
Armstrong, Jim 48
Armstrong, Sharon 59, 119
Arnold, Phyllis 126
Arnold, Richard 81, 119
Ashbaugh, Carla 119
Ashby, Jim 98
Ashley, Ray 42, 92, 93, 148
Atkins, Reuben 119
Atkinson, Barry 37, 57, 79, 90, 98
Atwell, Jack 7, 61, 64, 98
Auker, Eugene 119
Ayers, Alan 49, 52, 126
Backous, Paul 98
Badger, Paul 98
Barron, Douglas 79, 87, 90, 126
,Janet 59, 119
, Mark 48, 49, 52, 126
, Nancy 57, 58, 64, 66, 99
Me wa af ,425 at 1952
Britton, John 119
Brogdon, David 75, 90, 125, 126
Brough, David 45, 126
Basey, Judy 126
Batthauer, Suzette 44, 53, 64, 126
Baum, Loretta 53, 59, 63, 126
Bausman, Dave 63, 99
renda l 2 6
Brown, Carol 53, 119
Brown, Larry 75, 92, 119
Brown, Mary Alice 119
Harold 63, 126
Beason, Arthur 126
Beason, Blanche 99
Beason, Karen 119
, Wendell 126
Don 51, 52, 119
Brown, Patricia 126
Brown, Robert 56, 78, 90, 119
Brown, Sandra 53, 126
Brown, Saundra 126
Brown, Sue 126
Brown, Wendell 46, 49, 52, 60, 119
Bailey, Carolyn Sue 98, 153
Bailey, Joe 119, 126
Baker, David 119
Baker, Dianne 59, 126
Baker, Emmett 126
Baker, Ervin 119
Baker, Gary 56, 60, 62, 73, 75, 119
Jim 25, 48, 51, 52, 60, 119
Baker, Margaret 59, 126
Baker, Monte 98
Baker, Nancy 126
Baker, Sherry 119
Baker, Sondra 126
Baker, Terry 98
Bales, Betsy 53, 126
Ball, Don 53, 126
Ballinger, Anita 21, 46, 59, 63, 126
Ballinger, Larry 56, 62, 81, 88, 99
Barnett, Mark 44, 88, 99
Barnett, Robert 79, 90, 126
Baroni, Gilda 119
Barr, Dwight 53, 126
Beauchamp, David 126
Beckham, Connie 119
Beckley, Lenora 126
Bedford, Gail 45, 63, 119
Beeman, Judy 126
Beher, David 56. 119
Bell, Barbara 126
Bell. Doyce 126
Bell. Jesse 99, 136
Bell. Yvonne 99
Benko. Beverly 25, 47. 55. 59, 60,
Benson, Max 79, 86, 119
Bergdahl, Carol 64, 99
Bickel, Paul 126
Bickley, Mike 126
Bienert, Jean 99
Bilyeu, Ronald 126
Bingaman, Judy 15, 55, 59, 63, 66, 119
Binkley, Patricia 49, 52, 60, 126
Birkhead, Donna 60, 64. 66, 119
Blackshear, Bonnie 119
Blackwell, Ann 99
Blackwell, Lester 49, 126
Blackwell, Lonnie 53, 89, 126
Blair, Hollis 119, 121, 138
Bledsoe, Howard 99
Bloom, Cynda 59, 119
Blue, Ann 57, 99
Boardman. Dave 99
Boaz, Gene 126
Bodey, James 81, 99
Boerner, Joe 126
Bohlen, Jan 58, 66, 99, 144
Bolds, Jim 126
Bonner, Shirley 126
Bookout, Russell 119
Boone, Earle 99
Boone El, Nancy Jean 99
Borders, Tom 90. 126
Boswell, Jo Ann 126
Bourke, Carolyn 126
Bourke. Richard 99
Bower, Frank 79
Bowers, Barbara 39, 66, 100
Bowman, Tony 119
Box, Betty 126
Boyd, Mary Dawn 58, 100
Boyd, Stephen 75, 126
Boyer, Ross 126
Bradley, James 126
Bradley, Janice 57, 61, 100
Brady, Anne 51, 57, 97, 100
Bramwell, Lois 100
Branch, Janice 42, 119, 160
Branch, Junice 64, 119
Brandon, Jim 126
Breeck, John 119
Breeck, Ron 100
Breese, Bob 119
Breitweiser, Tom 46, 100
Brewer, Frank 126
Brewer, Sandra 100
Brewster, Susan 100
Brinduse, Nancy 59, 63, 119, 158
Brinduse, Tom 12 6
Brubaker, Deanna 58, 100
Bruce, Darlene 100
Bruce, Irene 100
Bryant, Marilyn 51, 52, 57, 58, 64, 88,
Brummett. Linda 126
Buck, Danny 126
Buck, Sheila 119, 133
Burke, Lee 119
Burchfield, Dan 49
Burkhart, Frances 119
Burt, Bill 27, 44, 126
Burnett, Karla 53, 126
Burns, Janet 49
Burton, Donna 119
Burton, Max 100
Butler, Herma 59, 126
Butler, Logan 126
Butterfield. Pamela 51, 52, 55, 59, 60,
Byrne, Lee 126
Byrum, Janice 25, 42, 55, 59, 60, 66,
Cade, Barbara 119
Cade, Byron 126
Callahan, Dave 100
Campbell, Caralee 53, 60, 126
Campbell, James 126
Campbell, Leon 29, 100
Campbell, Susan 59, 60, 126
Canaday, Judy 57, 101
Caplan, Linda 46, 60, 126
Cappel, Kay 58, 101
Carey, Darlene 51. 54, 101
Carmack, Sandra 126
Carmany, David 46, 52, 126
Carpenter, Dave 49, 75, 81, 90, 119
Carpenter, Jerry 56, 62, 75, 76, 81, 101
Carpenter, Larry 29
Carper, Earl 101
Carper, Nick 101
Carper, Ronald 54, 55, 118, 119
Carr, Burnis 127
Carr, Carolyn 58, 101
Carr, Larry 55, 127
Carraway, Mary 119, 144
Carroll, Thomas 127
Carton, Donna 66, 101
Carter, Hazel 53, 127
Carter, James 101
Carter, John 127
Carter, Phyllis 119
Carter, Roosevelt 101, 119
Carter, Sherry 53, 59. 60, 63, 127
Cash, Roosevelt 53, 127
Cates, Patty 119
Cattron, Max 52, 101
Cave, Lola 59, 119
Chambers, Dave 44, 119
Chambers, Jeff 127
Chambers, John 44, 101
hapman, George 127
Charmolue, Jerry 92, 127
Chase, Charles 119
Chasey, Cindy 59, 63. 119
Cheatham, Deanna 119
Chism, Donna 119
Chopson, Marilyn 42, 43, 57, 58, 101,
Christian, Clarice 49
Christian, Zebedee 127
Clark, Barry 127
Clark, Rogers 81, 119
Clark, Ron 19, 44, 54, 55, 62, 63, 101,
Claxon, Kay 45, 101
Clem, Larry 75, 87, 92, 127
Clem, Mona 19, 42, 43, 54, 57, 58, 63,
69, 101. 136
Clements. Lynne 18, 46, 47, 119
Clendenin. Robert 127
Clifford. Sandra 127
Clutch, Pamela 59, 63, 127
Coates, Larry 88. 127
Cobb, Garry 119
Cobble, Cheryl 65
Coburn, Judy 39, 101
Coe, Elaine 119
Coen, Mike 101
Coffman, Steven 44, 119
Crosson, Phyllis 127
Crosthwaite, Sandra 63, 66. 118, 120
Crouch, Elaine 64, 102
Crouch, Lanny 127
Crouse, Jeannette 127
Crouse, Shirley 53, 120
Crowely, Don 60, 127
Cummings, Michael 55, 56, 88, 120
Cunningham, John 75. 90, 127
Dailey, Jeannette 127
Dalton, Melanie 18, 46, 47.49, 52
rth, George 23, 56, 62, 75, 87
92, 93, 120
port, Larry 81, 127
Bob 56.63, 120
Davis, Briane 81. 102
Davis, Charles 44. 120
Davis, Douglas 54. 56. 60. 81. 89, 127
Davis, Eddie 75. 89, 127
Davis, Jerry 127
Davis, John 127
Davis, Peggy 7. 61. 102
Davis, Randy 50. 51. 54, 56. 60. 62.
73.75, 81, 103, 150
Cole, Marilyn 58, 102
Cole, Martha 119
Collier, Glenda 53, 64, 102
Collier, Jesse 75, 87, 127
Collier, Nelson 119
Collingwood. Ronald 127
Collins, Betty 127
Collins, Pat 127
Collins. Richard 102
William 56, 90, 119
Coivinf Robert 127
David 1 19
Comeri Gordon 127
Condon, John 53. 119
Larry 64, 119
Connolly, Diane 39, 58, 63, 102
Davis, Stephen 120
Davis, Tom 62. 63.74, 75, 103, 139
Day, Connie 103
Dayton, Emma 127
Dayton, Judith 120
Dean, Kay 45, 103
Dearing, Linda 53, 63, 127
DeBolt, David A. 21, 42, 45, 118, 120,
DeBolt, David L, 29, 48, 89, 127
DeBolt, Jeff 49
Defenderfer, Allen 120
Del-lority, Doug 127. 143
Deiser, Susie 127
Deitz, Clarence 120
Deitz, Gene 56, 75, 76. 81. 103
Contos, Larry 45, 119
Cook, Dale 102
Cook, Gayl 102
Cook, Kenneth 44, 88. 119
Cook, Sullivan 75. 92, 127
Cookman, Larry 75. 119
Cooley, James 127
Cooley, L. C, 119
Cooley, Melvin 81, 127
Coon, Jerry 19, 23. 50, 51, 52, 56, 62,
63, 75.89. 102
Copeland, Bill 127
Copeland. Dale 19, 23, 62, 63, 66, 69,
Cornelius, Dave 127
Cornelius, Nancy 58, 97, 102
Corre, Sandra 59, 127
Cortrecht, Jerry 125, 127
Corya, Larry 127
Corzine, Carlos 56, 67, 72, 75, 102
Cottingham, Larry 119
Couch, Albert 81
Couch, Gail 119
Council, Janis 51, 52, 57, 66, 102
Covington, Dave 127
Cowart, David 48.49, 51, 52, 102
Larry 79, 81. 120
DeLawter, Mary 59, 127
DeLawter, Tom 127
DeLey, Mickey 81, 127
Delph, Neal 92
Delph, Norm 6, 22, 56, 62. 63, 79. 83,
85, 92, 93, 103
Dennis, Sherry 25. 58. 60. 66. 97, 103
DeVaney, Phillip 127
DeVashir. Yvonne 51, 52. 120
Devore, John 127
DeWitt, Herman 127
ng, Barbara 42. 59, 120, 136
Dilkey, John 4 9
Judith 53, 55, 59, 63, 66, 120
Peter 53, 127
Cowart, Rex 102
Cox, Howard 119
Cox, Linda 55, 119
Cox, Otis 66, 119
Cox, Patricia 120
Cox, Sandra 59 60
Doherty, James 120
Doherty, Janet 127
Doherty, Larry 120
Doty, Dave 49, 120
Douglas, Linda 53, 59, 127
Dowden, Aretta 58, 103
Drake, Adelia 51, 52, 96. 103. 154
Driggers, Linda 127
DuBois, Sandra 51, 120
Ducheteau, James 127
Duckworth, Patsy 59, 127
Dudley, Patricia 103
Dulfer, Omar 120
Dukes, Mary 103
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Crandall, Dave 51, 52, 120 Dunla
Crane, Kenneth 102
Cridge, James 63, 127
Cridge, Robert 120
Crim, Linda 12. 25, 31, 51, 58,102
Cripe, Norma 53, 59, 60, 127
Cron, Judy 59, 60, 127
Cronk, Carmen 127
Cronk, Mary Jane 46, 51, 52, 59, 60,
Duncan, Judy 39, 97, 103, 144, 154
p, Addie 59, 65, 120
Dunlap, Tom 120
Dunn, Michael 46. 50, 51. 52, 54, 120
Dunwiddie. Dick 103
Durgan. Donna 127
Durham. Frank 62. 103
Dykes, David 44, 127
Dyson, Bob 55, 60. 62, 103
Eaglin, Gary 49, 127
Eastes, Fred 45, 120
Ebbert, Walt 90, 128
Ebbertt, Brenda 120
Eilar, Suzanne 46, 128
Eisele, Paul 57, 103
Ellison, Jerry 103
Elmore, Linda 59, 63, 125, 128
Emerson, Jack 128
Emerson, Marabeth 103
England, Kathy 120
Englund, Nancy 44, 58, 64, 104
Ervin, Ruben 120 -
Estelle, John 120
Etchison, Janet 128
Eutsler, Charlene 128
Eutsler, Judi 128
Evans, Ronnie Z7
Everham. Tom 69. 120
Ewald, Carla 54, 59. 63. 128
Fairburn, Karen 128
Fairburn, Paul 51, 52. 120
Falls, Carolyn 53. 60, 128
Farlow. Penny 104
Farlow, Sherry 128
Fawbush, Linda 30, 104
Felts, Shirley 53, 128
Fenner, Richard 128
Ferguson, Janice 48, 55. 59, 60, 64
Ferguson, Mike 128
Ferguson, Sylvia 51, 52, 104
Ferrell, Barbara 128
Ferrell, James 120
Ferrell, Ronald 120
Feuston, Shirley 104
Fickel, John 104
Fields, Darrell 128
Fisher, Dennis 120
Fisher, Janice 59, 66, 68, 69, 120
Fite, Arthur 120
Fitzgerald, Larry 128
Fitzsimmons, Grace 104
Flanagan, John 60, 79, 128
Fleece, Patty 53, 59, 128
Fletcher, Larry 120
Flint, Dallas 128
Flye, Jim 75, 128
Fossmeyer. Steve 128
Foster, Peggy 53, 128
Fowler, Don 92, 128
Fowler. Doug 92, 120
Fox. Steve 128
Franklin. Sherry 44. 120
Frazier, Martha 59, 120
Freeman. Bill 92
Freeman, J. T. 120
Freeman, Philip 120
French, Robert 128
Frost, Ann 137
Frye, Judith 104, 147
Fry, Linda 128
Fugate, Norma 120
Fugate, Phyllis 128
Fulton, Charles 120
Furnish. Beverly 128
Furnish, Norma 51, 52, 57, 104
Gabel, Nancy 23, 44. 47, 57, 104
Gaines. Dixie 128
Gammon, Carole 104
Gardner, Terry 120
Garner. Martha 104
Garretson, Carol 104
Garrett, Ronald 128
Garringer, Diana 53, 120, 148
Garringer, Sharon 128
Gary, Virginia 58, 66, 104
Gause. Terry 128
Geller. William 128
Gellinger, Ann 17, 59, 68, 69, 120
Gellinger, Larry 56. 62, 67, 75
Gentry, Max 128 .
Gibbs, Sharon 55, 128
barbara 61, 104
Larry 12, 42, 62, 104, 151
Gilbert, Joan 34, 50, 51, 52, 57, 58, 104
Gillaspy, Jim 66, 92, 120
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Gilmore, Gary 24, 105
Gilmore, Clilford 52, 128
Gilmore, Jeff 48, 128
Hardy, Brian 48, 121
Harl, Pat 57, 105
Harlan, Dixie 58, 105, 151
Harless, Sharon 129
Harney, Doug 49, 89, 129
Harris. Ann 22, 45, 46, 47, 51, 52,
59, 60, 63, 64, 68, 69, 118, 121,
Gilmore, Ruthie 53, 60, 64, 128
Gilson, Janet 105
Givens, David 128
Givens, Steven 42, 75, 120, 154
Glaze, Anita 57, 58, 64, 69, 105
Glazebrooks, Bob 56, 73, 75, 77, 105
Glazebrooks, Don 75, 81, 120
Godbey, Mark 32, 128
Goen, Dave 49, 120
Golday, Larry 128
Golish. Rosemary 105
Good, Sharon 128
Gooding. Dennis 120
Goodman, Claudine 59. 120
Harris, Judy 105, 144
Harris, Kay 58, 105
Harris, Larry 105
Harris, Linda 26, 121
on, Barbara 54, 55, 59, 60, 63,
Harrison, Clark 62, 75, 87, 89, 129
Harrison, David 121
Harron, Harry 129
Harshman, Norma 105
Allene 57, 58, 106
Steve 49, 79, 87, 88, 129
y, Rolland 121
Hartzell, Larry 121
Horton, Pauline 129
Hosier, Phil 48, 49, 51, 52, 106
Hovermale, Avis 106
Hovermale, Gene 88
Hovermale, Sandra 44, 129
Howard, Alice 64, 106, 138
Howard, Joyce 47, 53, 59, 129
Howard, Pat 51, 52, 58, 106, 129
Hudson, Ruth 46, 48, 52, 53, 59
Hudson, Shirley 106
Hudson, Sue 61, 107
Hudson, Van 46, 51, 121
Huey, Tony 107
Hulf, Shirley 54, 60, 129
Hull, Wayne 121
Hulfer, Marcia 59, 121
Huffman, Robert 48
Hughes, Richard 24, 97, 107
Hull, Loretta 60, 129
Hull, Paul 129
Humerickhouse, Larry 107
Hummel, Linda 59, 63, 129
Hummer, Sue 59. 129
Hunt, Jon 49, 52, 53, 125, 129
Goodnight, Jim 53. 62. 75, 90,
Gordon. Randy 55, 63, 66. 89, 120
Gordon, Sandra 55, 59, 60, 63, 66,
Pattyann 46, 59, 60, 128
Joanna 51, 120
n, Jack 79, 92, 128
Graddy, Steve 62, 120
Graham, Jack 52, 53, 88, 128
Graham, James 120
Grahame, Don 120
Grandlinard, Paul 128
Grant, Donna 59, 120, 156
Errol 55, 63. 120
Graves, Nancy 15, 16, 55, 59, 60, 1
Gray, Carol 51. 105
Gray, Jack 53, 128
Johnnie 125 128
Gray: Lillian 120 '
Patricia 63, 120, 152
Greene, Cynthia 44, 59, 60, 63, 128
Greenwalt, Bonnie 53, 59, 128
Grencions, Vilnis 121
Griffin, Linda 121
Grim, Betty 25, 33, 59, 60, 128
Grimes, Mary Beth 105
Grimes, Mike 121
Griner, Judy 128
Grissom. Alice 105, 140
Grissom, Claudette 128
Gunkel, Judy 121
Guss, Linda 128
Gustin. Connie 42, 64, 121, 136
Guyot, Ray 56, 75, 128
Hackleman, Jim 128
Hartzell, Nancy 42. 45. 47. 59, 63, 121,
Hartzell, Sandy 59. 121
Hasty, Sharon 129
Hatfield, Harold 26, 121, 147
Hawkins, Judy 44, 58, 106
Hayes, Carl 129
Haynes, Dennis 121
Healey, Iona 129
Heard, Saundra 18, 47, 59, 60,
Heavilin, Kenneth 42, 129
Hedrich. Meril 53, 129
Hedrick, Richard 106
Hedrick, Sarah 106
Heffner, Sharon 129
Heiden, Paula 51, 52. 57, 58, 97.
Hempleman, Phil 88, 121
Henderson, Sharon 44, 53, 59, 121
Hendricks, Clifford 129
Hendricks, Karel 53, 59, 64, 129
Hennigar, Peggy 59, 121
Hensler, John 55, 56, 60, 62, 75, 76, 88,
Heritage, Sue 55, 59, 64, 121
Herkomer, Bill 129
Herron, Jim 129
Herron, Larry 53
Hester, William 53, 129
Hiatt, Linda 59. 60, 66, 68, 69, 121
Higginbotham, Linda 106
Highwood, Ruth Ann 129
Hilderbrand, Steven 121
Hill, Charlotte 129
Donna 52 53 59 129
Hilli Dorothy 46, 48, si, 57, 64, los
Hill, Marilyn 42, 63, 64, 106, 136
es, Edward 48
es, Robert 79. 121
Hale, Hedy 128
Hale, Michael 79, 92, 128
Hall, Bob 128
Hall, Carl 121
Hall, Cherry 65
Hall, Doris 54, 64
Hall, Elaine 128
Hall, Joyce 121
Hall, Saralee 121
r, Richard 12 8
Hamilton, Jane 42.59, 63, 66, 1 ,
Hamilton, Loretta 53, 128
Hancock, Karen 121
Hancock, Marilyn 128
Hancock, Michele 53, 59, 128
Haney, Larry 128
Hanna, Barry 105
Hanshew, Jim 128
Hardacre, Paul 48
Hardin, Suzanne 51, 52, 105
Hinderer, Jim 129
Hobbs, Jerry 48, 54, 62, 63, 121
Hofer, Darrell 121
Hogue, Rual 121
Holbert, John 79, 121
Holder, Phyllis 53, 59, 60, 63, 64, 129
Holliday, Don 48, 106
Hollingsworth, Margaret 129
Hollis, Sandra 21
Hoover, Steve 121
Hopkins, Frank 129
Hopkins, Gary 129
Hopkins, Joe 129
Hoppes, Carolann 19, 51, 52, 54, 58,
Hoppes, Jane 129
Hoppes, Stephanie 44. 51, 52, 63,
106, 144, 156
Horine, Beverly 51, 52, 106
Hombeck, Sheila 53, 106
Hurley, Joan 59, 129
Hurley, John 46, 54, 121
Michael 54, 121
Hutchens, Donna 30, 59, 129
Hutson, Sandra 59, 129
Hutton, Clara 129
Hyatt, Carolyn 46, 129
Hyland, Elizabeth 46, 59, 121
Hyland, Tom 121
Hymer, Wanda 129
Imel, Judi 121
Irving, Irma 121
Iveson, Susie 53, 59, 60, 63, 129
Jackson, Bob 56, 79, 90. 91, 121
George 43, 45, 107, 153
Leslie 90, 121
Pat 59, 121
James, Bob sl, 121
usan 46, 53, 59, 129
Janes, Willadean 129
Jeffers, Gene 129
Jeffers, Mary 44, 107
Jeffries, Barbara 129
J elf ries,
Jessup, Beverly 129
Johnson, Bill 107
Johnson, Donald 56, 107
Johnson, Gary 87, 129
Johnson, James 48, 53, 129
Johnson, Janet 129
Johnson, Jim 92, 129
Johnson, Joyce 107
Johnson, Judith 48, 64, 107
Johnson, Pat 22, 107
Johnson, Patty 58
Peggy 1 21
Johnson, Ruth 107
Vera 53, 121
cfufris 44, 53, 60, 129
Jonesf Ethel 129
Gail 58, 61, 107
Jones, Jackie 53, 121
Jones, Jeanette 64, 129
Jones, Larry D. 107
arry 66, 121
Jones, Robert 49, 52, 81, 89,,121
Jones, Susan 51, 52, 57. 60, 4107, 145
JOI'dau, Ruth 121
Jordan, Sue 58, 121
Josefek, Judy 48
Joslin, Wayne 121
Joyce, Thomas 49, 50, 51, 108
Justice, Vance 129
Kabrich, Vicky 59, 129
Kallenberg, John 129
Kanable, Bob 56, 62, 75, 81, 121
Keeney, Dan 63, 81, 121
Keeney, Glenn 129
Keesling, Mike 121
Keesling, Sally 108
Keith, Earl 108
Kellams, Roger 48, 125, 130
Keller, Sally 59, 130
Kelley, Carolyn 108
Kelley, Karen 55, 59, 121
Kelly, Saundra 49, 59, 130
Kendall, Jerry 121
Kennedy, Jay 130
Kimball. Dave 62, 63, 118, 121
Kimm, Francis 108, 143
Kimmerling, Judy 53, 130
Kimmerling, William 121
King, Carl 121
1 King, Georgia 121
' Kin Thomas 130
1 Kingsbury, Fred 56, 62. 79,
Kingsbury, Kay 59, 130
Kirkpatrick. Mike 121
1 Kirchenbauer, Patty 130
Kizer, Pat 130
1 Knick, Bob 121
1 Knick, Judith 44, 63
1 Knotts, Anne 59. 121
1 Knotts, Linda 55, 59, 121
Knotts, Patty 59, 65, 122
Knotts, Ronald 75, 122
90, 91, 121
Kolbusz, Eleanor 48, 53, 60, 130
Krueger. Don 108
Kutscheid, Tim 59, 60, 62, 66, 122
Lamey, Tim 25, 59, 60, 130
Lancing, Ronald 75, 130
Land, Steve 53, 130
Lang, Bill 56, 74, 75, 122
Large, Larry 122
Larmore, Philip 7, 34, 51, 57, 62, 63,
1 66, 108
LaShire, Sandra 130
1 Laswell, James 122
1 Lavender, James 122. 143
Phyllis 53, 130
Livingston, Martha 58, 108
Loser, Patricia 122
Loudenback, Jan 27, 46, 49, 52, 53,
Lough, Edward 130
Lovell, Sandra 130
Lortz, Mike 122
Lowe, Charles 130
Lowry, Steve 56, 78, 79, 90, 125, 130
Luck, David 56, 92, 93
Luster, Beverly 108
Lynam, Sharon 47, 57, 58, 108
Macy, Jill 130
Macy, Jim 130
Madera, Patty 130
Mahon, Linda 122
Maine, David 48
Mallernee, Victor 139
Mallory, Charles 130
Malone, Johnny 130
Malsom, Barbara 61, 108
Manis, Anita 122
Manual, Thelma 122
Marsh, Bob 122
Marsh, David 130
Marsh, Marshann 59, 63, 130
Marsh, Laquita 53, 57, 58, 108
Marshall, Larry 130
Martin, Darrell 51, 52, 122
Martin, Diana 130
Martin, Dixie 42, 43, 57, 58, 64,
Martin, Jim 108
Martin, Mike 62, 79, 88, 130
Martin, Phil 88
Mason, Mary Paul 24, 44, 54, 55, 59,
60, 63, 122
Mason, Robert 45, 122
Massey, Larry 56, 78, 79, 122, 137
Masters, Diana 108, 130
Matheny, Sandra 130
Mathews, Mike 109
Mathews, Jerry 130
Matthews, Evelyn 46, 52, 53, 130
Maupin, Carl 109
Maxwell, Bill 122
Maxwell, Phyllis 122
May, David 130
May, Patricia 19, 58, 63, 64, 66, 109
Maynard, Alice 43, 58, 60, 64, 109
Meeker, Douglas 109
Meeker, Frank 89
Meiser, Sue 45, 63, 122
Melendez, Matias 92, 122
Morgan, Jimmy 79. 90, 122
Morgan, Joyce 44, 125, 130
Morgan, Mike 60, 79, 87, 92, 130
Morgan, Robert 46
Morris, Jack 62, 63, 92, 122
Morrison. Mary 64, 110
Morter, Sandra 131
Motto, Daniel 4, 43, 45, 51, 52, 62, 63.
96, 110, 146
Moyer, Darla 131
Mudd, John 122
Mullinax, Sandra 131
Mullins, Tom 131
Mundy, Shirley 131
Murphy, Ruthann 22, 48. 97, 110
Lucy 49, 51, 64, 110
Myers, Robert 131
Suzanne 57, 58, 110
McAdams, shammi 122
Layton. Dave 50, 51, 52, 55, 60,
Layton, Francis 44, 130
Lazenby, Eleanor 122
Leath, Julia 130
Leaver, Glee Ann 122
Lee, Judy 59, 65, 122
Lee Nancy 46. 130
Lee, Pat 62, 122
Lee, Tim 50, 51, 52, 57, 62, 63,108
Leffel, Doris 122
Leicht, Bill 92, 130
William 92. 122
Melson, Jim 110
Melson, John 25, 48, 51, 52, 60, 122
Melzer, Jon 122
Milam, Larry 56, 75, 77, 122
Miller, Beverly 53, 54, 59, 60, 130
Miller, David 79, 87, 122
Miller, Dianna 15. 53, 59, 130
Miller, Donya 130
Miller, Eugene 53
Miller, Ronnie 130
Miller, Tom 46, 51, 52, 54, 88, 122
Wayne 12 2
Millhouse, Anna 122
Mimms, Melvin 56, 81, 122
Moore, Jim 130
Leisure, Judith 122
Lemon, Nancy 108, 143
Judith 63, 64. 122
Leonard, Charles 122
Leonard, Jim 122
Lewis, Jerry 63, 122
Lewis, Linda 55, 59, 60, 66, 122
Lewis, Ollie 129
Lewis, Patti 122
Minniar, Joe 62, 78, 79, 84, 130
Minnieiield, Bonnie 130
Minniiield, James 56, 78, 89, 110
Minton, Patricia 130
Mitchell, Bessie 110
Mitchell, Penny 110
Mitchem, Harold 53, 122
Montague, Terry 15, 17, 48, 59, 118,
Lightfoot, Bob 122
Lindsey, Steve 122
Linville, Tom 56, 86, 92, 93, 122
Litten, Everett 108
Littrell, Anita 53, 59, 122
Nancy 1 2 2
Moore, Gary 24, 48, 51, 52, 69, 110
Moreland, Phyllis 122
Morgan, Bud 46, 49, 52, 110
McAllister, Carole 30, 53. 64, 130
McAllister, Mary Sue 12. 53, 54, 130
McAllister. Ruth 7, 51. 52, 60, 122
McAshland, Mildred 130
McAtee, Marilyn 109
McCallister. Bill 130
McClain, Gary 12, 14, 51. 56, 74, 75.
McClain, Gene 109
McClain. Ronnie 122
McClintick, Jerry 122
McClintock, Jon 48, 49, 60,
McCoppin. Grace 130
McCord, John 44. 63, 109
McCord, Steve 130
McCormick, Frances 122
McCoy, Howard 79, 130
McCoy, Larry 130
McCrocklin, Carolyn 42, 52, 57, 58, 60.
McCrocklin, Cathy 49. 52. 59. 60, 63.
McCrocklin, Eddie 130
McCullough. Ruth 130
McCullum. Warren 109
McDane1l, Charles 26
McDaniel, Melvin 130
McDaniel. Janet 57, 67, 69, 109
McDonald, Gary 122
McFarland, Bill 56, 78, 79, 125. 130
McGillicuddy, Joan 53,59,63,125,130
McGivern, Janice 59. 63. 122
McGuffey, Gayle 122
McGraw, Kay 54, 55, 59, 60, 63, 64,
68, 69. 118, 122
McGuire, Bob 60, 88, 130
McGuire. John 56, 62, 88, 109
McKay, Karen 14, 47. 59, 60, 130
McKay. Ruth 47, 54. 58. 64, 109
McKeand, George 122
McKeand, Pat 42, 44, 45, 66, 122, 144
McKibban, Roni 43, 62, 63, 88, 109,
McKinney, Brooks 122
McLaughlin, Pat 65, 122
McLaughlin, Sharon 43. 48. 57. 109
McNabney, Ronald 51, 66, 109
McQuiston, Sondra 130
McVey, Harry 81, 122
McVey, Jim 122
McVey, Ron 56, 62, 75, 109
Nahrwold. Carol 48, 53, 59, 60, 63, 131
Naselroad, Barbara 122
Naselroad, Larry 110
Needler. Rose Ann 53, 59.63, 131
Neff, Marcia 55, 59, 122
Nelson, Danny 122
Newbern, Jay 49, 60. 62, 122
Newman, Tom 51, 52, 54, 88, 122
Newsom, Roger 131
Niccum, Walter 131
Nicholson, Bill 110
Obermeyer, Dan 110
Nisely, Myrl 51, 122
Nivens, Bruce 53, 131
Norrick, Jim 122
Norris, Arthur 131
Norris, Joyce 53, 131
Norris, Julia 53, 131
Noster, Bob 131
Nowlin, James 68, 90, 110
Nugent, Carol 122, 151
O'Brien, David 51, 52, 54, 88, 118,
O'Dowd, Jacquelyn 53, 131
Ogburn, Rex 131
Ogle, Barry 122
Ohler, Jay 122
Olden, Pat 110
Oldfield. Sharon 131
Olive, Florene 110
Olive, Lorene 110
Oliver, Dennis 131
Orr, Jim 49
Orr, Kathy 48.53, 60, 131
Osborne, Jim 62, 75, 83, 86, 89, 122
Osborne, William 60, 131
Otto, Jim 122
Owens, Jim 122
Owens, Mary 64, 131
Page, Robert 30, 75, 87, 90, 131
Page, Sally 67, 111
Pardue, Teddie 131
Parks, Beverly 31, 44, 66. 122
Parker, Beverly 11 1
Parker, Bill 111
Parton, Paul 131
Paschal, Carla 131
Paschal, Randall 122
Pritchard, Gordon 131
Pritchard, Wilma 53, 59, 123
Pritchett, Lillie Ann 131
Prout, Nancy 131
Pruett, Linda 131
Pryor, James 123, 131
Pryor, Jon 81
Purciful, Eddie 53, 60, 131
Purkey, James 48, 131
Purkey, Voss 89, 123
Pursley, Wanda 12, 51, 52, 58, 111
Puterbaugh, Mary 123
Quallo, Marie 123
Quinn, Sharon 58, 61, 63, 64, 111
Raekes, Helen 44, 131, 136
Raimey, Lula May 131
Raison, Sandra 131
Ralston, George 66, 123
Ramsey, Don 62,63,1l1, 157
Ramsey, Judy 131
Randolph, Gary 131
Ranshaw, Bill 123
Raper, Trudy 23, 131
Ratzlaff, Carol Ann 53, 120, 123
Rauner, Norman 48, 49, 131
Ray, Bob 131
Ray, Carolyn 42, 43, 44, 64, 123, 150
Ray, Fred 131
Ray, Harry 67, 111
Ray, James 92, 125, 131
Ray, Judith 59, 131
Ray, Reggie 81
Rayford, Lorine 60, 131
Raymore. Darrell 131
Rector, Norval 123
Redding, Wayne 81, 131
Reddy, Patricia 131
Pate, Susie 59, 123
Patterson, Esther 53. 131
Patterson, Fred 131
Patterson, Lucienne 123
Patterson, Richard 56, 83, 84, 86, 90,
Patterson. Susie 123
Payton, Wandavee 123
Patty 48, 52, 59. 60. 131
Reed, Judith Annette 47, 57, 58, 66,
Reed Judy Arlene 112
Rees, Bruce 44
Rees, Gary 54
Rees. Judy 131
Reichard, Donna 59, 60, 131
Reidner, Bernhard 131
Rensel, Jack 123
Pearson, Nancy 44, 57, 58, 63, 66,
Perkins, Jack 131
Perry, Janice 53, 59, 60, 63, 131
Peters, Larry 123
Petry. Lynne 51. 52, 111
Pettigrew, Charme 65
Pettigrew, Larry 131
Phelps, Mary Beth 31, 51, 52, 123
Pherson, Pat 123
Phillipe, Sandra 53. 64, 123
Phillips, Bill 123
Phillips, Carroll 123
Phillips, Charlene 123
Phillips, Jeanne 46.52, 53, 64, 131
Joyce 59, 60, 131
Pickard. Duane 67, 111
Pickering, Judi 53, 60, 131
Pickel, Jerry 56, 57, 90, 111
Pickel, Max 79, 90, 123
Pickett, Bonnie 131
Pickett, Ron 92, 123
Pitts, Bill 79, 131
Pitts, Edward 131
Podhaski, Jan 14, 15, 23, 45, 58, 63,
68, 69, 97,111,144
Polk, Gloria 131
Poole, Billy 81
Poore, Sharon 111
Posey, Emma 64, 123
Porter, Leon 131
Potter, Ronnie 131
Presser, Carole 51, 52, 58, 111
Presser, William 123
Preston, Jane 46, 52, 53, 59, 63, 125,
Preston. Nancy 46, 49, 52, 64, 111
Price, William 33, 57, 111
Renselle, Doug 49, 131
Remson, Earlie 33, 56, 75, 77, 112
Ress, Bruce 44, 131
Ress. Jeff 131
Reveal, Judibeth 60, 64, 131
Rhoads. Dan 123
Rich, Nondie 131
Richards, Betty 131
Richardson, Mary Ann 123
Richardson. Steve 66, 123
Richey, Saundra 112
Richman Earl 123
Richman, Myrna 53, 64, 131
Riddle, Francis 131
Ridgley, Fred 131
Ridgway, Nondas 131
Riggs, Betty 51, 52, 58, 112, 145
Riggs, Sharon 59, 123
Riley, Janell 123
Rinker, Alice 123
Rinker, Paul 55
Rinker, Phil 123, 159
Robbins, Bill 37, 131
Robbins, Cora 123
Robbins, John 112
Robbins, Pat 123
Robbins, William 37
Roberson, Kay 25, 60, 112
Roberts, Joe 131
Roberts, Stephen 131
Robinett, Beth Ann 46, 53, 59
Robinson, Ann 59, 60, 131
Robinson, Cecil 56, 74, 75, 83, 85,
1 1 2
Robinson, Richard 123
Roby, Camille 54, 57, 58, 63, 68, 69,
Roby, Dan 7, 28. 50, 51, 52, 60, 66,
123, 144, 159
Roby, Phil 92
Rogers, Carla 23, 123
Rogers. Dave 89, 131
Rohr, Sharon 65, 123
Roland, Kenneth 131
Rolland, Jim 123
Rollins, Elmer 75
Rollins. Rocky 75, 131
Roof, Dennis 92
Roof, Jim 131
Rork, Elen 123
Rosenbaum, Dick 54, 57, 60, 62, 63, 88,
Ross, Barbara 43, 59, 60, 63, 123
Roudebush, Don 56, 62, 63, 66, 73, 75,
92. 93, 112
Rouse, Gerald 53, 60. 64, 132
Rousey, Jim 79, 87, 125, 132
Rowe, Michael 48, 52, 54, 60, 63, 132,
Rozelle, Bob 51, 123
Rush, Gloria 132
Russell, Jo Ann 132
Russell, Mike 132
Sale, Jerry 51, 52, 112
Sampley, Nancy 60, 132
Sanders, Charles 132
Sanders, Lorna 132
Sanders, Robert 132
Sanders, William 132
Sanford, Judith 47. 60, 132
Sargent. Carolyn 57, 58, 97, 112, 140
Sargent, Nancy 58, 112, 142
Scantland, Larry 132
Scharnowske. Ruth 54, 123
Schattner, Robert 45, 123
Scheller, Delores 54, 59, 60, 63, 132, 146
Scherer. Rebecca 44, 59, 123
Schildmeier, Barbara 61. 112
Schildmeier, Carolyn 123
Schlacks, Peppy 132, 144
Schmitt, Billie 132
Schock, Sandra 123
Schrope, Carol 44, 57. 58, 64, 66, 112
Schumacher, Stanley 46. 48, 132
Scott, Cindy 44, 55, 59, 60, 63, 123
Scott, Sherman 60, 79, 81, 132
Scott, Terry 132
Sczesny, Pete 123
Seal, Jim 56, 75, 77, 87, 90, 132
Seal, William 112
Sears, Steve 132
Seipel, Rex 112
Sells, Larry 69, 118, 123
Seybert, Jerry 132
Seybert, Sharon 47, 51, 52, 112, 129
Seybert, Shirley 18, 21
Shafer, Gerald 44, 92, 132
Shaffer, Jon 53, 60, 132
Shaffer, John 113
Shank, Bonnie 59, 60, 123
Shannon, Alice 57, 113
Shaul, Jerry 113, 138
Shaw, Gayle 53, 132
Shaw, Steve 50, 51, 52, 69, 113
Sheets, Judy 132
Sheets, Judy Kay 132
Sheets, Vicki 64, 132
Shell, Eddie 123
Shell, Ronnie 123
Shelton, Joyce 51, 59, 64, 123, 154
Shelton, Zella 132
Shepherd, Jim 123, 132
Schields, Earnest 123
Shields, Linda 132
Shields, Ronnie 132
Shipley, Carl 132
Shipley, Pat 132
Shipman. Annette 22, 58, 64, 113
Shirley, Richard 113
Shively, Gretchen 13 2
Shoemaker, Judy 45, 55, 59, 64, 123,
Short, Reba 132
Shuman, Randy 49
Silver, Aaron 49, 132
Simmons, John 60, 66, 132
Simpson, Karen 44, 53, 59, 65, 132
Simpson, Marva 59, 63, 132
Simpson, Sandra 49, 60, 132
Simpson, Wayne 132
Sims, Margaret 132
Sink, Robert 113
Sisson, Larry 132
Skeoch, Graydon, 62, 63. 66, 123
Skinner, Nancy 51, 52, 54. 59, 64, 65,
Skinner, Stephen 123
Stokes, Nancy 53, 59, 60, 132
Stokes, Sally 55, 59, 124
Stone, Bruce 132
Straub, Sue 114
Streaty, Kenneth 23, 114, 124
Streaty, Sue 124
Strickland, Charlotte 132
Stringer, James 56, 72, 75, 81, 90, 114
June 54, 132
Sullivan, Phillip 51, 52, 56, 72, 75, 77.
85 91 114
Summers, Judy 124
Ussery, Nancy 12, 51, 115
Van Duyn, William 115
Van Meter, Carmen 115
Van Metre, Nancy 133
Van Ness, Eddie 90, 124
Van Osdel, Jean 133
Vanover, Phillip 133
Vasbinder, Martha 46. 48, 52, 115
Vaughn, James 115
Vaughn, Tom 133
Vess, Mary 44, 53, 133
Vickery, Phyllis 53, 59, 133
Vincent, Sherrill 53, 54, 97, 115
,Lynn 67, 115
Skouden, Priscilla 22, 57, 58, 61, 113
Slack, Eleanor 123
Slinkard, Tom 123
Joanne 18, 47, 59, 123
Tom 48,49, 113,147
Small, Toby 30, 113, 153
Smith, Bill 62, 132
Smith, Bob 132
Smith, Charlene 132
Smith, Delores 123
Smith, Diane 132
Smith, Janice 113
Smith, Jerry Jo 56, 81, 123
Smith, Jim 113 I
Smith, John 79, 90, 132
Smith, Joyce 113
Smith. Julia 123
Smith, Karel Ann 18, 47, 55
Smith, Louise 53, 54, 123
Smith. Margery 113
Summitt, Michele 132
Sutton, Jim 62, 87, 90, 92, 132
Sutton, Larry 56, 62, 90, 124
Swain, Phyllis 60, 132
Swift, Joe 44, 62, 124
Swinford, Allen 44, 132
Swinford, Anthony 114
Sylvester, Nora 18, 47, 114
Talbert, Harriette 64, 114
Tallman, Tom 56, 62, 75, 90, 91, 124
Tappan, Tom 15, 51, 52, 60, 124, 132
Tatman, Max 49, 132
Taylor, Diana 42, 44, 55, 59, 63, 64,
Wable, John 133
Wade, Thelma 124
Walbridge, Bob 124
Walker, David 124
Walker, Rebecca 53, 133
Walker, Sharon 133, 159
Walters Linda 133
Wasson, Eddie 133
Watson Bob 133
Watson Joyce 53, 133, 143
Watson Larry 23
Waugh, Penny 53, 133
Taylor, Fred 115
Taylor, Harry 66, 124
Taylor, Larry 92, 124
Taylor, Madelyn 30, 46, 60, 132
Taylor, Peggy 44, 133
Taylor Sandra 57, 115
Taylor, Steve 90, 124
Teaford, Kay 133
Teague, Carolyn 115
Teague, John 56, 73, 75, 76, 82,
92, 93, 124
Tegge, Larry 49, 133
Temple, Judy 59, 63, 133
Templeton, Ronald 67, 115
Smith, Michael 88, 123
Smith, Ralph 123
Smith, Rebecca 15, 42, 43, 47, 113
Smith, Richard 32
Smith, Sharon 59, 64, 65, 66, 123
Smith, Shirley 124
Smith, Sue 124
Smith, William 113
Snider, Kay 124
Snodgrass, Eddie 124
Snodgrass, Myrna 132
Snyder, Kay 65
Snyder, Richard 113
Sorter, Jim 132
Southers, Norma 7, 19, 54, 61, 113
Southworth, Derre Jo 124
Sparks, Margaret 124
Spaulding, Dave 114, 137
Speece, Jerry 87. 90, 132
Speece, Joseph 55, 132
Speedy, Robert 124
Spell, Rex 124
Spencer, Suzan 132
Sprague, Fred 124
Springer, Arlene 15, 58, 114, 142
Springer, Jean 124
Staggs, James 124
Stankey, Lillian 124
Stanley, Carolyn 132
Stanley, Fern 114
Stanley, Larry 29, 114
Stanley, Linda 23, 45, 57, 58, 63
Stanley, Margaret 132
Stanley, Nancy 124
Stanson, Donald 114
Steele, James 60, 87, 92, 125, 132
Steele, Jeannie 46, 132
Stenski, Dinah 132
Stephens, Betty 124
Stewart, Jackie 65, 124
Terrill. Myrann 133
,Bill 53, 133
Thomas, Larry 133
Marylinda 45, 59, 133
Waymire, Pamela 47, 63, 125, 133
Webb, Jo Anne 53, 60, 133
Webb, Larry 32, 133
Webster, Judy 49, 53, 59, 124
Welch, James 124
Vifelch, Mike 124
Welker, Linda 46, 59, 133
Wellons, Shirley 116
Wells, Ronnie 118, 124
Wessar, Sally 51, 58, 63,116,121
Whelan, Barbara 66, 124
Whitaker, Marvin 56, 67, 75, 90
Whitaker, Nora 133
White, Andrew 133
Whiteaker, Gerald 116
Whiteaker, Janice 124
VJhitehouse, Floyd 45, 116, 158
Whiteman, Sheron 42, 44, 59, 63, 124
Thomas, Tom 133
Thompson, Jay 124
Thompson, John 46, 48, 49, 133
Throgmorton, Glenda 133
Thurman. Richard 133
Tibbetts. Deanna 65, 124
Tipton, Charles 115
Tolbert, Gykala 47, 133
Tolbert, Rita 53, 59, 133
Toombs, Elizabeth 53, 133
Toombs, Jimmey 53, 60, 133
Townsend, Brooks 51, 66, 96, 115
Townsend, Louie 124
Townsend, Terry 21
Trennepohl, Mary Jean 42, 124, 140
Truesdel, Georgia 19, 44, 58, 63,
Tucker, Molly Jo 53, 133
Tucker, Roger 133
Turbeville, Millie 115
Whitman, Howard 44, 62, 79, 92,
Wicker, Bill 124
Vvficker, Geraldine 124, 150
Wigner, Ellen 51, 57, 116
Wiley, Dianne 124
Wiley, Richard 124
XVilhoite, Floyd 44, 45, 116
Wilkerson, Roosevelt 56, 73, 75
Wilkins, Josephine 116
Wilkins, Willy 116
Wilkinson, Richard 67, 116
Turner, Betty 124
Turner, Ronnie 124
Turner, Rosalie 124
Turner, Larry 115
Turner, Leon 133
Turner, Sylvester 133
Turney, Stanley 133
Tutero Lois 59 133
Tuterow, Marlene 30, 55, 59, 124
Tway, Dean 115
Stewart, Larry 114
Stickradt, Paul 132
Stickradt, Roy 114, 142
Stires, Linda 4, 43, 114, 146
Tyler, Dinah 59, 60, 66, 69, 124
Upshaw, Rex 88, 124
Williams, Barbara 124
Williams, Calvin 133
Williams, Jerry 33, 133
Williams, Nondas 116
Williams, Paul 124
Williams, Richard 39, 51, 52 54, 57,
Williams, Thomas 116
Williams, Tom 62, 75, 81, 87 88, 124
Williams, Vivian 116
Williams, Willard 116
Williams, Willie 53, 75, 133
Williamson, Margaret 13 7
Willis, Charlotte 46, 124
Willis, Dorothy 116
Wilmoth, Don 133
Wilson, Ada Mae 133
Wilson, Barbara 133
Wilson, Connie 124, 156
Wilson, Jim 133
Wilson, Judith 60, 63, 133
Wilson, Mattie 124
Wilson, Tom 28, 51, 52, 56, 62, 63,
Ussery, Carole 12, 51, 66, 115 75, 76, 90, 91, 116
Winemiller, Nancy 133
Winfrey, Junior 124
Wise, Jerilyn 12, 124
Vvlisehart, Jerry 133
XVisehart, Linda 124
Wolfram, Stanley 116 .
XVolgamott, Judy 133
Vifood, Kay 60, 133
Woodall, John 124
Barcus, Mrs. Maxine 65
Barnett, Donald 33, 87, 92, 93
Barrow, David 27
Beigh, Max 36, 64, 69
Bordner, Gerald 29
Bowen, Donald 31, 34
Boyd, Ralph 24
Burns, Clarence 24
Cain, Miss Marietta 31
Kyle, Don 90
Lawson, Mrs. Paula 29, 52, 53, 69
Lee, George 26, 34, 97
Lee, Lowell R. 26, 97
Lindsey, Howard 33, 147
Lindstrom, Miss Virginia 28, 55, 69
Long, Miss Lois 24
Lyon, Herbert 31
McFarland, Mrs. Mary 29, 69
Vwloods, Albert 133
XVoods. Judie 116
Woods, Judith 57, 58, 117
Woods, Yvonne 60, 133
Wools, Linda 124
XX'ools. Peggy 124
Wools, Sharon 46,1124
Worley, Ralph 62, 63, 66, 117
Wright, Cynthia 55 59, 60, 66, 69, 124
Wright, Martha uf,
Wright, Robert 133
Wright, Wilma 66, 117, 152
Vkfyatt, Sally 124 '
Wynn, Janet 59, 124 ,
Wysockey, Mary 47, 1179"
Carter, James 33, 73, 74, 75, 88
Clem, Thomas 29, 46, 52, 69
Coffin, J. Merrill 28
Davis, George 28, -34, 69
Denny, Charles 28
Doles, Mrs. Margaret 26, 57
Dye, Joseph 32, 34
Ebbertt, G. E. 34
Fidler, Lee 34
Finney, John 31
Fleenor, Ray 28, 78, 79, 90, 91
Frazier, Lester 36
France, Gordon 34
Freeman, Robert 33, 79, 87, 90, 91
Garrigus, John 26, 69
Goff, Mrs. Martha 35
Maine. Mrs. Vivian 24, 118
Martin, Mrs. Deloris 30
Martyn, David 24
Mier, Harry 36
Miller, Herbert 27
Morrison, Miss Novalyn 36
Mulvihill, Mrs. Elise 29, 64
Norris, Mrs, Mary 36
Osborne, Ick 33, 69. 83
Palmer, Miss Mary Ruth 29, 51, 52, 69
Plotner, Miss Gertrude 34
Pugh. Dane 32, 89
Pursley. Lee 24, 44
Pyle, Don 81
Railsback, Mrs. Lucille 31
Yanik. Donald 53, 64, 133
Yanik, Paul 117
Yanik, Ron 53, 133
York, Dave 133
Yost, Mary 124
Young, Cecil 56, 75, 76, 87, 90, 133
Young, Dallas 56, 62, 117
Young, Hazel 117
Young, Maggie 37, 59, 63, 64, 133
Younger, Joyce 60, 133
Zachary, Bob 33
Zachary, Peggy 124
Zander, Ronald 117
Zirkelback, Sharon 133
Adams, David 35, 56
Allen, James 34
Austin, Mrs. Marjorie 35
Bailey, J, J. 28
Baker, James 36
Ballentine, William 32, 63, 118
Balsley, Richard 31, 69
Grahame, Mrs. Evelyn 24, 69
Gray, Mrs. Barella 36
Griffith, Raymond 26
Hale, Lee 32
Hale, Mrs. Marguerite 24, 69
Harrell, Miss Helen 30, 69
Haygood, NVilliam 36
Hays, Donald 32, 45
Higginbotham, Mrs. Mona 36
Higman, Miss Alice 24, 54, 69
Hosier, Basil 27
Hovermale, William 34
Huffman, John Paul 9, 35, 66,
Huntzinger. Jesse 27
lmler, Mrs. Ruthanne 21, 36
James, William 32
Johnson, Miss Eileen 24, 120
Johnson, Keith 24
Julius, G. E. 32
Julius, Wysong 32
Keevin, Mrs. Elsie 36
Kendall, Miss Hazel 24
Knight, Mrs. Margaret 34
Rhynearson, Mrs. Edna 36
Riggs, Mrs. Dorothy 30
Roby, Wilbur 34
Roney, Claud 27
Rowlett. Javan 36
Russo, Peter 33, 62, 69, 74, 75, 81, 92,
Sanders, W. Leo 26
Schultz, Mrs. Mary Jane 25, 97
Shaffer, Robert 26
Sherman, Ray 27
Shinn. Vern 32
Sparks, Joseph 36, 81
Springer, O. I.. 28
Stryczek, Mrs. Stella 25, 69
Swift. Clifford 28
Todd, Miss Rive 30
Vaught. George F. 29, 48, 52
Vermillion. Mrs. Virginia 25, 66
Villars, Edmund 32
Welsh, Fred 36
Vvfilliams. Syd 34
XVilson. Horace 26
Woschitz, Frank 25, 42, 43, 62
A year ago the 1958 Indian was an image, a
dream, a plan and now all the pictures have been
taken, all the headlines and copy blocks written,
and the book completed. It is finished, ended, the
grand finale of more than a year of planning and
work on this 50th anniversary edition, a book that
required a little more research, a little more glam-
our, and a little more effort on the part of those
who worked on it.
Five professional photographers took pictures
for the edition. They were Mr. Richard Brier, of
Indianapolis: Mr. Russ Forkner, of Elite Studio,
Anderson: Mr. Doyle Fox, of Delmar Studios,
Anderson: Mr. Herb Johnson and Mr. Ron
Partain, of Anderson Newspapers Inc. A student
photographer, Larry Gibson, took more than 150
pictures that were published.
Engravings in the book were done by the Indi-
anapolis Engraving Company, and printing by the
Hudson Printing Company, of Anderson. S. K.
Smith Company, of Chicago, produced the cover
for the edition, and Commercial Service Company,
of Anderson, bound the printed contents to the
Much credit goes to the National Scholastic Press
Association and Columbia Scholastic Press Associ-
ation who bestowed honors of "All-American"
and "Medalist," respectively, upon the 1957
' mel-will ded!
Indian, inspiring the '58 staff and supplying valu-
The dream is now a reality, the plan is complete,
the book is printed and another deadline in a
history of 50 years is met.
I I 1958 INDIAN STAFF
Linda Stires z,,,.2 -...2,,,....,,.. C o-Editor-in-chief
Dan Motto .,,,...,,,,,.,,.L,,,, ., Co-Editor-in-chief
Marilyn Chopson ..,,.,LL,,,,,, Faculty and Education
Ann Adams ..,,,,2,,,L,,,,.,,,
Faculty and Education
Becky Smith ,,,,,,Yw,,,,,,2,,,,,,,,,,,,., Seniors
Marilyn Hill ,,,W,..,,..,,..L...,.,,,,,,,A Seniors
Dixie Martin ,,-
-,,,,,,--,,-,--,-,-, NLE- Acttuzties
Alice Maynard ,,L,,,z...,L,,,,Y,...., aa-, Activities
Sharon McLaughlin ,,,,.,zz.,,,,,2Wv.2....z, Sports
Ray Ashley .,,,,,,..,,,L,,,,,,,,,,z,,,,rL ., Sports
Mona Clem ,,,,,,,2,,,,.,,,YL..,,.,,,.,.. Business
Roni McKibban ....,,,,z,Lz,.,z,,,,z ., W Advertising
Larry Gibson .z,A,,....z,..,,,,,,,z,, Photography
George Jackson ,.,,,...,,,,., L ,,,,.,,, Photography
1958 JUNIOR STAFF
Janice Branch Nancy Hartzell
Janice Byrum Kenneth Heavilin
David DeBo1t Thelma Manuel
Barbara Diedring Pat McKeand
Steve Givens Carolyn Ray
Donna Grant Mary Jean Trennepohl
Connie Gustin Sheron Whiteman
Mr. Frank Woschitz --. .,........ Business and Editorial
,J 'V Aurfpfqin'
W L M'
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