Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)
- Class of 1959
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The Freedom Shrine in the front hall and "Old Glory" symbolize American education
as it is taught at AHS.
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derson High School has stood as a monument to good American education. Learning
at AHS is centered around new discoveries, new ideals, and new developments. Mass
production in education is a vital part in the American system of today, and AHS
stresses the importance of an educated people. The school encourages its students to
better themselves men-
tally, physically, social-
ly, and spiritually. The
Anderson Way is truly
Qrepresentative of the
educated A m e r i c a n
Way, with great stress
upon intellectual stam-
nina, social vitality, and
physical maturity. Keen minds are stimulated in all AHS classrooms.
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A World of Great Exploration
ssion in Senior English Composition class forces students to think.
Begins for Students on thc First Day in School .
Learning by the big "A" involves a world
of great explorations. These investigations
cover scientific research, the liberal arts,
mechanical skills, and courses in special
Inscribed in the front entrance of this
school are the words "Knowledge Is Power,"
and the Anderson Way encourages the quest
for greater knowledge. AHS places much
importance in the training of future
American leaders and followers, and the
Anderson Way is noted for its democratic
ideals, mental development, and respectful
attitude toward good American education.
Students rush to get supplies for the new semester.
Colorful book covers appeal to AHS readers.
It takes a lot of forms to. start. school, and many
explanations by teachers like Miss Hazel Kendall.
The lowly angle worm is the basis of intensive study
in biology class.
The curriculum at Anderson High School
is an extensive one. Among its contents are
courses which cover massive fields of educa-
tion. However, the individual interest of each
student is the mo-st important in the pursuit
of knowledge. Faculty committees work to-
gether every year in planning and revising
the curriculum to meet the desire of
Within past decades teaching techniques
have become modernized. Students not only
receive subject matter instruction in the
classroom, but gain other worthwhile skills.
They are taught to think for themselves,
work with others. and develop plans of action.
Anderson High School will always stand as
a "powerhouse of knowledge, wisdom, and
Paths Start from thc Central Vantage Point, thc
Students learn that matter has weight and that physics is a weighty subject.
Sometimes it takes more than one to work out a
ents are caught digging up reseaich work and cramming fol
at odd moments in the day. . e
Into Varied Courses of Study, Each Designed
Auto mechanics students absorb theories and then
cut through the grime to prove them.
Puzzled expressions are wiped away after Work
at the board.
The big "A" is concerned With training
its students in the importance of expressing
themselves in an intelligent manner. It
t e a c h e s every person that Words and
languages are tools of thought.
Words possess mysterious qualities and
descriptions. They sometimes show softness,
rigidness, colorfulness, drabness, and vitality.
Languages are keys to power. They allow
their users to express themselves freely.
They create an under-standing throughout
Although Anderson High School believes
in a strong scientific background for most
students, it still contends that there is
a need for an educated English-speaking
America. Debates, classroom discussions, and
daily recitations all promo-te an expressive
corps of Americans.
Operating a complex machine requires mechanical
To Prepare One for the Future .
Future secretaries begin in AHS business classes. In Latin class even the calendars are written in
the ancient language.
Art students rarely come up with the same interpretation of a masterpiece.
In Home Economics classes sewing the new flag
is a major project.
Students take the role of teachers in American
A Future That is Brightened Through Development
Every year students are plagued with the
desire to make excellent grades. Good marks
in academic subjects do not result from little
work. Instead, they are attained through
hard labor and study.
The highest scholastic honor an Anderson
High School student can receive is that of
being valedictorian of his senior class. Within
recent years the number of these students
has increased. They all have a desire to do a
great amount of research work, extra reports,
and possess a profound interest in learning.
The gateway to knowledge is an enormous
one, and a high school education is only one
facet in the process of intellectual inquiry.
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Student Assistants Perform
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a Multitudc of Tasks, Each of Them Important .
Working for the big "A" gives every
student an opportunity to perform a variety
of tasks. These duties include assisting teach-
ers, supervising student activities, and
participating in class projects.
Monitors, office workers, ushers, and
librarians are only a few of the helpers who
play an impressive role in the daily cycle of
the school's activities.
A good assistant must have the initiative
to perform his duties Without being to-ld.
He must also be courteous and co-operative,
and must be willing to accept certain
Every assistant at AHS takes pride in
working for his school, and admires the
Anderson Way as industrious, impressive,
School public ielations gets a needed boost from
student PR assistants
Study hall aides are all business while checking roll each day
Their Service Brings Them Self tion
Ushers, headed by faculty sponsor Mr. Clarence Burns, are an ever-present sight
at all ball games.
Painting scenery for the senior play is a
learning project for amateur brush wielders. The literary-minded are aided by helpful student librarians.
nd a Regard for the School
Service for one's high school strengthens
the individual's interest in the institution
and creates a desire for self-satisfaction. An
assistant's position also promotes a spirit
for helping others.
AHS helpers are industrious, responsible,
and capable. They establish themselves as
leaders and are recognized for their honesty
Many of these Workers are chosen because
of their scholarship and personality. They
are selected because of their ambition to
As they leave AHS, they depart with the
understanding and the ability to face any
uprising situation which they might en-
counter. But even greater, they go away with
a regard for the operation of their school.
Thousands of basketball tickets need special care.
Focal point of basement social life is the student-
operated Candy Stand.
Band assistants work hard but enjoy it, too.
STUDENT COUNCIL-Row 1-Lois Tuterow, Dave
DeBolt, Linda Hiatt, Dan Roby, Janice Fisher, Cindy
Wright, Bob Jackson, Bev Parks. Row 2-Mr.
George Lee, sponsor, Judi Wilson, Loretta Baum,
Judy Reveal, Linda Lewis, Helen Raekes, Sally
Keller, Mrs. Virginia Vermillion, sponsor. Row 3-
Judy Sanford, Rose Ann Needler, Sheila Buck, Kay
McGraw, Patty Fleece, Phyllis Holder, Otis Cox,
Jim Campbell. Row 4-Dan Keeney, Jack Gray,
Steve Richardson, Dave Layton, Jim Steele, Joe
Speece, Townsend Albright, Pam Clutch.
Their Leadership Laboratory is a Self-Governin
Student Council officers are members of an
To add more interest to the daily routine
of school, Student Council plans many extra-
curricular projects, and promotes student-
This year the council added two new
projects to its agenda, the Hi-Fi Club and
Twirp Week, bo-th brand new social series.
The Hi-Fi Club sponsored soc-hops through-
out the year, while Twirp Week forced AHS
girls to phone, transport, and pay for all
Conducting class elections, handling book
sales, and distributing identification cards
were other tasks performed by the governing
body this year.
In a democracy it is essential that its
peo-ple learn the responsibilities of freedom,
the patience for compromise, and the ideals
of self-rule. Thus, the Student Council's
greatest aim is promoting such efforts for
"The woman is required to
pay" was the theme of the
Student Council sponsored
Twirp Week, and all the
boys t o o k the motto
ouncil of Ambitious Students .
A young visitor is tagged for identifi- Student Council's float traditionally heads the Hornecomin
cation by a Council member. Parade in the fall.
Significant Events in 1958-59
D d t destruction, the Wigwam blazed one bright November day. N
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re Dwarfcd by the Burning of the Gymnasium .
Firemennpour thousands of gallons of water into the
gym trying to put out the flames.
At the big "A" anything can happen. Class
parties, dances, and typical gatherings in the
school are examples of AHS activity. Each
adventure creates an avid interest among par-
ticipants Who work, plan, and meet together.
November 7, 1958, will be a date long-
remembered by every Anderson High School
studentg for on this day a fire in the tradi-
tional Wigwam resulted in total destruction.
Thousands of spectators gathered to see the
gymnasium go up in smoke. The disaster
called for quick thinking on the part of every
stout Indian fan, with activities, convocations,
and ball games needing rescheduling.
However, the ever-important spirit of the
school stood firm as the Anderson Way
became recognized as unique, understanding,
A convo just a few hours before the fire forecast
no signs of the forthcoming tragedy.
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New Plans to Park up the School Materialize
Mr. G. E. Julius plans a modern replacement for his
New lighting brightens drab AHS Walls.
As Students, Oblivious of Remodeling Programs,
Classrooms, offices, and halls make up the
average modern high schoolg but the vigorous
group of people who attend them are actually
the backbone of the entire school.
The hustle and bustle in the front hall has
always seemed to perk up the most un-
pleasant winter morning. Informal get-
togethers outside school before afternoon
classes give each individual an opportunity
to meet many new friends.
Remodeling the school troubles AHS girls with blocked
doorways, and broken pathways.
Nothing can top this friendly atmosphere
at AHS, with students and teachers greeting
their neighbors with a hearty hello. Without
this feeling of friendliness, school life at AHS
would be less meaningful.
A pretty AHS coed puts in a few minutes of study
during a busy lunch hour.
Socialize in Customar Ways
Gatherings outside the school kindle new friendships. It only took a few days for students to ignore the
tall scaffolding and climbing' workmen.
The old auditorium bal-
cony, scheduled for remod-
eling next year, provides
a choice spot for listening
Indian Maiden Rita Tolbert, cheerleaders Janice Indian Mascot, spark the corps of girls who made
Fisher, Linda Hiatt, Linda Elmore, Jane Preston, up the AHS cheerblock.
Kay McGraw, and Carla Ewald, and John Devore,
Athletics Serve as a Springboard to Tremendou
Girls dress in outlandish costumes for Red and Green Week Terry Seybert and Barbara Deiser reign as
festivities. Mr. Red and Miss Green.
Gaily-decorated Homecoming floats parade through the city before the "big game."
Projections of Student Spirit . . .
AHS students are among the most spirited
sports enthusiasts in the state. They follow
each athletic team throughout the season and
stimulate an interest within the community.
1959 saw an even greater spirit kindling
in the hearts of all AHS'ers. Even though
the fire in the gymnasium left the Indians
"without a home," interest of students
remained undampened. Six eager cheer-
leaders, the traditional Indian Maiden and
Mascot, and an all-girl cheerblock led the way.
Without the tremendous sports enthusiasm
produced by every student of Anderson High
School, the athletic program would not be
such a success. However, as long as AHS
exists. the true Indian spirit will endure
Indian Mascots carry years of tradition with them
And the Mounting Tension of ueen Selections
Many AHS girls envy pretty Homecoming Queen Dinah Tyler Qcenterj, and her
attendants, Jane Preston and Jane Wellington.
Typical AHS beauties are Fall-Windup Attendant Beth Robinett, Queen Bev Benko,
and Attendant Kay McGraw.
Adds Icing to the Cake
AHS possesses its share of pretty coeds
who reign as queens over parties, dances, and
other school festivities. Factors used in
determining typical queens are friendliness,
beauty, and popularity. Brains, school activ-
ities, and personality are also necessary for
any honored beauty.
Thirteen girls nominated by 10021 home-
rooms dominated this year's Yearbook Queen
event. Linda Hiatt, the 1959 Yearbook Queen,
was chosen in an election involving 1,300
eligible voters. To be honored as such a queen
calls for a typical all-American girl.
Students also gave similar support to the
Homecoming and Fall Windup Queens. Dinah
Tyler was crowned Homecoming Queen before
a capacity crowd of 5,000 at the football
stadium, and Bev Benko, Fall Windup Queen,
earned her queenship at the annual dance
honoring football and cross country athletes.
Yearbook Queen Linda Hiatt possesses the qualities
essential for an all-American girl.
Competing for Yearbook Queen were Louise Smith,
Dinah Tvler, Kay McGraw, Linda Hiatt, Janice
Fisher, Kay Thomas, Bev Miller, Judi Sanford,
Sandy Crosthwaite, Phyllis Holder, Helen Raekes,
Pam Waymire, and Connie Fisher.
Prom Queen Judi Sanford and Attendants Jane Preston and Sandra Hutson reign at
the yea1"s top social event.
Months of Anxiety End with Dates to the Prom
Coral reefs, exotic fish, and seaweed
carried out the theme of the 1959 Junior-
Senior Prom, an "Undersea Fantasy."
Dancing to the tunes of the Purdue Variety
Band at the South Side Junior High, all
prom-goers experienced the romantic feeling
of the mysterious sea. Decorations of sea
nets and shells covered every corner of the
Neptune's Cave was the scene of the
crowning of the queen, Judi Sanford, and her
attendants, Sandra Hutson and Jane Preston.
The girls were selected by the junior boys
at AHS. In Winning such an honor, each girl
realized her "dream come true."
Every AHS Prom Queen is admired for her
pleasing personality in school and out. She
is respected for her scholastic grades and
her extra-curricular activities. H o W e v e r ,
beauty is still the primary necessity for any
AHS Prom Queen.
AHS Prom queens are usually talented in the
The three lovely girls always attract a group of
And Students Let Off More Steam as They Take
The Band Variety Show provides entertainment and spectacle for thousands of
Seniors work a whole semester in preparation for the excitement and glamor of opening
night of the Senior Class Play, "Nuts In May.'
he Center of the Stage
The big "A" prides itself as being an
institution for scholastic excellence. How-
ever, Aria also stresses the development of
its students in the areas of musical and
dramatic talent. Programs such as the
Thespian play, the Band Variety Show, the
senior class play, and many convoc-ations
provide all AHS students with an opportunity
to improve their skills.
Convocations, besides being an incubator
for bettering talents, also served as educators
to every student. Programs on science,
music, and world and community affairs
highlighted a year of educational challenges.
Even without the use of the gymnasium in
presenting t h e s e convocations, students
ventured into many new horizons as they
poured into the auditorium for the first time
Although most programs called for two
performances of each production, because of
limited seating capacity, the auditorium
brought the excitement, the action, and the
atmosphere of the theater to its highest
Karel Ann Smith, tense and excited, awaits her
point in years. entrance.
The Neumans, Eddie Van Ness, Tom Williams, Entertaining a laughing audience proves lan .easy task
Jim Osborne, and Dave Kimball, create humor for dramatist Jan Thornburg, whose act highlighted the
and gaiety at the Student Talent Convo. Talent Show. '
Enthusiastic Spirit Inspires
creaming crowd exemplifies traditional AHS spirit.
National Merit Scholars, Pine Talent to Success .
Every AHS student strives for excellence
in certain fields Whether it be in scholastic
or extra-curricular achievement. Students
accepted many competitive challenges and
came away with an impressive record of
faculty and student achievements. Three
national merit scholars, several oratorical
contest winners, and national and state
offices held by certain faculty members gave
AHS more honors.
Competition tends to bring out the best a
student has to offer, and every student gains
more prestige and honor for himself and
Anderson High School as he undertakes each
new project with the des-ire to do his best.
Lana Achor, John Melson, and Ruth McAllister
reach academic heights as National Merit Scholars.
Intelligence is at its peak as students take scholar-
Linda Stires and Dan Motto, '58 co-editors, take pride
in their nationally-recognized yearbook, the Indian.
The high-stepping band performs at its best before watchful judges.
And the Proud Marchiiig Band Parades to an
Band director George F. Vaught gets a boost from
happy band members.
In defending its state championship for
the second straight year, the Anderson High
School Marching Band accomplished a feat
unsurpassed by any other Indiana band.
Judging the event, which is held annually
at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis,
were out-of-state musical experts. In using
this plain for the first time in the history of
t h e competition, championship officials
avoided the prevalence of any partisan
Hours of preparation were in store for all
band members as they began their search
for a second championship. Band camp at
Syracuse, Indiana, provided part of their
training as Well as an opportunity to practice
the routine that Would be used in the com-
As the band stepped on to victory, the big
"A" gained new prestige as a "builder of
An enormous trophy adds the final touch to winning a state championship.
lnprcccdcntcd Second State Championship
Enthusiastic band members need no help in celebrating their tremendous feat.
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Educational training cannot stop in the classroom. Instead, it must be carried out
in every phase of high school training. Activities at AHS provides Worthwhile enter-
tainment to every interested student. The maze of the year's social events, though
greatly affected by the burning of the
gymnasium, kept pace with the rapid
growth of the school. Students quickly
found new places for meetings, dances,
and parties. And the Anderson Way be-
came activating, accommodating, ad-
A beautiful day and an energetic car wash group
help fill a club treasury.
People on the move characterize typical AHS
Admiring the new addition to the darkroom, the
enlarger, are Pat McKeand, Mr. Frank Woschitz,
faculty adviser, Dave DeBolt, and Steve Givens.
Annual Staff Tackles
Busy advertising for yearbooks are Mary Jean
Trennepohl, Connie Gustin, Sheron Whiteman, and
Problems of Theme, Layout,
Tackling th-e problems that confront all
yearbook staffs involves a year-long drive
of dreaming up new ideas for pictures,
themes, and layouts, organizing each section
into a complete finished product, and ham-
mering away on the typewriter with each
stroke creating just one more part in the
making of a successful yearbook.
1959 carved new challenges for the year-
book staff as spectacular events paraded the
scene at AHS. The burning of the Wigwam
dwarfed all others, and the annual pho-tog-
rapher captured many historic scenes.
Conventions at Indiana University, Frank-
lin Colle-ge, and Ball State furnislied several
different outlooks on producing a yearbook.
This year's staff also enjoyed the luxurv of
the new annual darkroom. which permitted
the appearance of pictures only a few hours
after they had been taken.
Stimulated to uphold the rating of "Medal-
ist" given the '58 Indian by the Columbia
Scholastic Press Associaton, the 17-member
staff, along with 10 iunior staffers, pooled
their efforts in publishing a book the student
body would treasure always.
Jane Hamilton, Barbara Diedring, Van Hudson, and
Gail Bedford ftop Dictureb are wrapped up in very
serious business. The yearbook dummy forecasts
another top annual for Larry Contos, Donna Grant,
Janice Byrum, and Thelma Manuel fbottom picturel.
HONOR SOCIETY-Row 1-Janice Byrum, Ruth
McAllister, Brenda Abbott, Mary Jane Cronk, Vilnis
Grencions, Max Pickel, Tom Miller, Judy Shoemaker,
Sandy Gordon, Bev Benko, Pam Butterfield, Melanie
Dalton, Jim Baker. Row 2-Mrs. Margaret Doles,
sponsor, Pat McKeand, Ann Harris, Diana Taylor,
Janice Fisher, Cindy Wight, Dinah Tyler, Janet
Wynn, Judy Dilts, Cindy Chasey, Thelma Manuel,
Nancy Brinduse, Mr. Leo Sanders, sponsor. Row 3
Membership in Honor
-Kay McGraw, Myrl Nisely, David O'Brien, John
Melson, Bob Rozelle, Kenny Cook, Mike Cummings,
Dan Roby, Connie Gustin, Bonnie Shank, Sandra
Phillippe, Larry Sells, Stephen Givens. Row 4-
Janet Barron, Lana Achor, Fred Sprague, Phil
Hempleman, Otis Cox, Jay Newbern, Tom Williams,
Pat Lee, Eddie Van Ness, Randy Gordon, Joe Swift,
Tom Tappan, David Baker, Larry Contos.
Society is Goal of Man
Striving for the honor of being a member
of the National Honor Society is the dream
of many juniors and seniors of Anderson
High School. These students find that it
takes more than dreaming to achieve this
Only those with a keen desire to Work, a
Well-rounded personality and character, and
high grades may enioy the prestige of being
a member of the society.
This year the club initiated new qualifica-
tions because of the change in the school
system. The advanced members voted to
accept students on the basis of grade averages
instead of the former point system.
Sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Doles and Mr.
Leo Sanders. the members of the organiza-
tion enjoyed many eve-nts throughout the
Vilnis Grencions, treasurer: Max Pickel, vice
president. and Judv Shoemaker, secretary, sympa-
thize with Tom Miller, president, as for once he
tries on the "dunce cap."
Committees Stage Pep and Educational Convos
CONVOCATION COMMITTEE-Row 1-Mrs. Mary
McFarland, Mrs. Marguerite Hale, Miss Dorothy
Campbell, Miss Virginia Lindstrom, Mrs. Evelyn
Grahame, Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, Miss Helen
Harrell. Row 2-Janice Byrum, Mary Paul Mason,
Pam Butterfield, Jannie Alleman, Martha Huber,
PEP SESSION COMMITTEE-Row 1-Mrs. Mar-
garet Doles, Miss Helen Harrell, Judi Bingaman,
Judy Alleman, Mary Sue McAllister, Lois Tuterow,
Nancy Graves, Linda Hummell, Betty Wolverton.
Row 2-Linda Lewis, Ann Harris, Mike Rowe, Jim
Steele, Mr. Pete Russo.
Nanci Newman, Nancy Brinduse. Row 3-Dave
Layton, Pat Lee, Mr. Max Beigh, Mr. John Garrigus,
Mr. Ralph Boyd, Mr. Harry McGoon, Mr. George
Davis. Row 4-Tom Miller, Dave O'Brien, Jon
Hunt, David Maine, Zebedee Christian, Larry Sells.
To present a program that would meet the
interest of every perso-n is a difficult task,
but it was one of the goals strived for by
both C o n v or c a t i o n and Pep Session
Pep Sessions Committee spent many hours
planning entertainment that would arouse
the school spirit and interest of all AHS
students with both students and faculty
To give information to students, to cele-
brate major holidays, and to bring the
students up to date on world affairs are the
main purposes of convocations. "Civiertnia
-Trumpet," "World Understanding," "Sci-
ence, Fun, and Facts," and many other
convocations provided entertainment during
the year, thus putting more interest in such
subjects that would normally seem dull to
IUIURE TEACHERS Row 1 Mrss Lors Long
sponsor Crndy Scott Phyllls Holder Beth Robrnett
Lana. Achor vrce president Mary Jane Cronk
secretary Joyce Shelton treasurer Kay McGraw
presrdent Anrta Ballrnger Susan James Mr' John
Frnnev sponsor Row 2 Nancy Hartzell Joan
Hurley Sandra LaShure Lrnda Knotts Judy Drlts
Drana Taylor Rrta Jo Butz Karen Shoemaker Judy
losefel Marrlyn Krueger Beckv Hart Pattyann
Goss Row 3 Garl Bedford Karen Kelly Marlene
Tuterow Pamela Baker Marty Bennett Nancy
Baker Lrnda Bates Karel Hendrrcks Janrce Fer
guson Sue Herrtage Jeannette Jones Shlrley Huff
Row 4 Suzette Batthauer Judy Lennrs Sue
Merser Vrckr Scott Conn1e Gustrn Karen Srmpson
Nancy Skrnner Sandra Berry Lrnda Addrson Ruthre
Grlmore Pat Irvrng Maryllnda Thomas Phyllrs
Brble Club, Future Teachers Typrfy AHS Clubs
BIBIE CLUB Row 1 Jeannette Jones Nancy
Kellam Pat Callahan Jeanne Phrllrps Sandra
Phrllrppe Bob Jones Claude Cookman Sharon
Rrggs Vrckr Sheets Donna Brrkhead Row 2
Jerold Freeman Jerry Hobbs Sandra LaShure
Sharon Reger Lrnda Bates Mrs Elrse Mulvrhrll
sponsor Joyce Whrtley Rutlne Grlmore Carole
McAll1ster Lrnda Rousey Row 3 Roger Atkrnson
James Scovel Ronald Davenport Larry Conner
Lrnda Addrson Arlene Frles Lrnda Shannon Janrce
Folsom Betty Wolverton Judy Reveal
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Senior Y-Teens Promotes Freedom and Fellowship
A stand for freedom, a growth in the
knowledge and love or God, a building of
Iellowship-these high ideals represent the
worldwide YWCA group known as the
Y-Teens. In this 40th year of existence,
Y-Teens have helped to promote the erecting
of a new YWCA building which is to be
completed by the end of 1959.
No true Y-Teen will forget the crowded
hayrides, the cold nights selling potato chips,
the Hanging of the Greens, or the hours
of planning and decorating for the annual
Silver Bell Dance. Neither will the seniors
forget sponsoring the Spring Fling Dance,
that last dance of the year for underclassmen.
To the seniors who have come through the
ranks of Y-Teens from their first experience
with it at the seventh grade recognition
ceremony to the last year of fun, Y-Teens
means a little mo-re than the usual run of
clubs with which many are so familiar.
SENIOR Y-TEENS-ROW 1-M. Trennepohl, A.
Harris, C. Chasey, T. Montague, J. Fisher, L. Knotts,
J. Ferguson, B. Benko, S. Stokes, P. Butterfield,
B. Harrison, L. Achor, C. Scott, P. Jackson, S. Heri-
tage, B. Diedring, J. Hamilton. Row 2-J. Byrum,
A. Gellinger, J. Barron, J. Shoemaker, D. Taylor,
A. Knotts, J. Dilts, C. Gustin, K. McGraw, K. Smith,
J. Shelton, S. Patterson, L. Harris, E. Hyland, S.
Anderson, S. Henderson, M. Quallo, Mrs. H. Ashley,
sponsor. Row 3-N. Hartzell, B. Ebbertt, S. Crosth-
Sporting big smiles are Sally Stokes, treasurer,
Pam Butterfield, vice president, Barbara Harrison,
president, and Bev Benko, secretary.
Waite, J. Webster, J. Sloan, J. Wynn, D. Grant, S.
Wyatt, L. Hiatt, N. Graves, L. Lewis, M. Cronk, K.
Simpson, D. Cheatham, J. Branch, L. Wools, P.
Wools, F. McCormick, N. Brinduse, D. Tyler. Row 4
-C. Bloom, J. Lee, J. Knick, B. Abbott, N. Moore,
W. Pritchard, J. Robinson, D. Birkhead, A. Dunlap,
P. Knotts, M. Huffer, M. Mason, N. Skinner, G.
Shively, B. Shank, K. Kelly, M. Tuterow, M. Neff,
J. McGivern, P. Hennigar, S. Gordon.
Sophomore and Iunior Girls Activate Y-Teens
JUNIOR Y-TEENS-Row 1-P. Holder, P. Pearson,
P. Binkley, L. Hummel, A. Ballinger, R. Hudson
L. Baum, vice president, C. Nahrwold, president
J. Loudenback, treasurer, J. Steele, secretary, M
Thomas, N. Cripe, J. Phillips, B. Miller, J. Doherty
Row 2-Mrs. D. Alleman, sponsor, P. Waymire, P
Duckworth, J. Alleman, S. Simpson, S. Cox, C
Greene, J. Perry, D. Miller, J. McGillicuddy M
Marsh, S. Carter, L. Caplan, C. Campbell, K. Kings-
bury, J. Preston, Mrs. M. Fleece, sponsor. Row 3-L
Hamilton, G. Alexander, L. Addison, L. Welker, L
Lavery, P. Swain, S. Campbell, D. Abernathy, B
Jeffries, S. Iveson, R. Needler, P. Goss, P. Clutch
S. James, P. Fleece, R. Tolbert, B. Greenwalt, B
Robinett. Row 4-M. Hancock, D. Baker, K. Hen-
dricks, S. Lovell, L. Anderson, S. Keller, S. Huff
C. McCrocklin, J. Ray, J. Hurley, K. McKay, J. Cron
D. Reichard, M. Brockmeier, D. Howell, N. Lee
P. Reddy, S. Baker, S. Allen, H. Butler.
SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS-Row 1-G. Bushong, K.
Perkins, A. Files, C. Hervey, N. Large, S. Kern, S.
Wallace, J. Furnish, J. Welches, B. Eckert, T. Misner,
T. Pemberton, K. Smith, D. Kemp, M. Krueger.
Row 2-Mrs. P. Kellams, sponsor, P. Burkhart, P.
Baker, C. Ake, N. Newman, V. Scott, C. Janes, B
Deiser, president, B. Hart, vice president, P. Kel-
lams, secretary, J. Thornburg, treasurer, G. Cowden,
J. Burkhart, P. Grant, J. Lewis, C. Fisher, Mrs. H
Gilmore. Row 3-B. Wolverton, K. Tyler, D. Fox,
J. Wilson, C. Bell, B. Massey, M. Joslin, C. Coving-
ton, A. McLaughlin, L. Richardson, J. Horner, P.
Hakes, S. Ward, J. Richey, P. Slinkard, S.
Henderson, S. Glaze, J. McKeand, T. Eldridge, L.
Peterson, D. Foster, D. Thurber, L. Rousey.
Row 4-B. Malsom, N. Kellam, M. Bridges, J. Alle-
man, C. Brummett, J. Justice, M. Conwell, A. Pflas-
terer, N. Baker, S. Anderson, B. Surface, M. Ashley,
I. Cook, J. Boone, M. Bennett, P. Wood, J. Ramsey,
K. Sandberg, C. Eckrote, N. Monday, P. Brown, L.
Hedges, S. Cottingham, M. Sylvester, S. Hoke.
Row 5-J. McKay, L. Johnson, L. King, P. Wells, R.
Butz, K. Shoemaker, J. Reel, C. Kirk, J. Giddens,
S. Seybert, K. Rush, J. Josefek, R. Davis, J. Crowe,
J. Kinley, D. Muller, S. Johnson, P. Lame, S. Steves,
M. Stolle, N. Marshall, P. Devaney, J. Wellington,
M. Ferguson, V. Marshall, J. Hearld.
Believing that the theater is still the best
entertainment, 40 members of Thespians
tried to prove this in their production of
"Cheaper By The Dozen." Students enjoy
working in the play and gain experience
as well as confidence in their endeavor.
All that stands between being a Thes-pian
apprentice and a full-fledged 'l'hesp+ian is a
hundred houirs of hard work. This year two
initiations were needed-one in mid-winter
to initiate those who had earned their points
working in the play, and the other in the
spring for those using their own initiative
to produce a series of one-act plays.
Highlighting their year was a trip to
Indianapolis to see the we-ll-known play, "Sun-
rise 'at Campobellof'
In addition to regular activities, the troupe
celebrated the National Organization's 30th
birthday and the local chapter's 10th
Behind Thcspian Play Lic
THESPIANS-Row 1-Mary Paul Mason, Pam
Butterfield, John Hurley, Doris Hall, Ronnie Carper,
Barbara Harrison, Larry Conner, Bev Miller, Kay
McGraw. Row 2-Nancy Skinner, Patty Pearson,
Sondra Brattain, Nanci Newman, Sandy Cox, Shirley
Huff, Mary Sue McAllister, Jeannette Jones, Mr.
Harry McGoon, sponsor. Row 3-Brenda Ebbertt,
"There's always room for one more," Larry Conner,
president, and officers Barbara Harrison, Ronnie
Carper, and Ruth Scharnowske find.
Hours of Hard Work
Judy Knick, Sandy Gordon, Ross Boyer, Doug Davis,
Dave O'Brien, Torn Miller, Dave Maine, Carla Ewald,
Jeannie Steele. Row 4-Ronnie Massey, Lee Burke,
Mark Godbey, Jerry Hobbs, John Thompson, Ronnie
Wells, Phil Blue, Tom Newman, Mike Dunn, Bill
Presser, Randy Gordon.
Print Shop and Largest X-Ray Staff Combine
Mr. Lee Pursley, adviser, and Editors Pam Butter-
field and Sandy Gordon discuss current events with
Bob Jackson, first boy editor in 9 years fleft pic-
turej. Page editors fupper rightb Sally Keller,
Saundra Heard, Sue Mullinax fsittingj, Patty
Pearson, Michele Hancock, Grace Alexander, and
Janice Fisher cracks the "whip" as she assigns
stories to staff members Tom Newman, Ann Harris,
Wilma Pritchard, Judy Shoemaker, Marylinda
Thomas, Joe Minniear, Judy Cron, Sandy Cox,
Lana Achor Cstandingj receive expert advice from
Mr. Don Hays, printing adviser. Jerry Speece,
X-Ray photographer, gives a lesson Cbottom rightj
on taking good pictures to Janice Perry, Ronnie
Lloyd, Sandy Corre, and Fred Eastes.
Sherry Carter, Sondra McQuiston, Norma Qripe,
Patsy Duckworth, Carla Ewald, Mary Sue McAllister,
and Phyllis Grant.
o Top Previous Output
With a 50 per cent increase in the sub-
scription sales and the largest staff ever, the
X-Ray, sponsored by Mr. Lee Pursley, made
it possible for the students of AHS to keep
up with the latest news of the day.
Putting out a weekly paper calls for a
strict routine and absolute attention to dead-
lines. For example, the reporter gathers the
news and writes the story. He hands it to
page editors, who edit and write headlines.
The page editors give it to the typist and then
channel the typed copy to the print shop.
Printshop, taught by Mr. Donald Hays, is
responsible for no-t only printing the X-Ray,
but also such things as signs, special bul-
letins, and tickets. Students set type, make
up the paper, and do the presswork.
From the printshop the paper is distributed
to homerooms by publication representatives
appointed by homeroom teachers. Repre-
sentatives also sell annuals, the Little Chief,
and distribute underclass pictures.
Many of the journalistic veterans of the
staff spend two to three years working up
from lowly reporter to important edito-rial
positions. To some, the newspaper is the
most impo-rtant part of their high school
PUBLICATIONS REPRESENTATIVES-Row lg
Pat McKeand, Howard Whitman, Mary Vess, Mary
Sue McAllister, Bev Miller, Mary Paul Mason, Diana
Taylor, Bev Parks, Sharon Henderson, Judy Cron.
Row 2 Nancy Stol es Velma Nisely Joyce Morgan
Sulette Batthauei Donna Relchaid Janet Burns
Sheiiy Caitei Jeanne Phillips Cindy Greene Kathy
Printing items at speeds ranging up to 5,000 an hour
fabovej are Bob Mason, Bob Schattner, and Jim
Owens. Tom Borders, Ronnie Turner, and Meril
Hedrich Qbelowj make up pages of The X-Ray.
Rush, Shirley Seybert. Row 3-Jim Aldrick,ADavid
Dykes, David Chambers, Bill Graham, Jack Blnnion,
Ann Robinson, Paula Edwards, Deanna Abernathy,
Jackie McKeand, Don Tremaine. Row 4-Chuck
Miller Jim Hostetlei Judy Knick Carolyn Kmnaud
David Goen Kenny Cook Don Wilson Laiiy Tobey
Danny Buck Steve Land Phil Rmkei
Latin Club Attraets Largest Group Membership
LATIN CLUB-Row l-Miss Eileen Johnson, spon-
song Joy Horner, Kay Tyler, Ginger DuBois, Joyce
Hearld, Dianna Thurber, Charlene Gillaspy, Janice
Anderson, Cathy Hervey, Lois Howell, Ann
Pflasterer, Ann McLaughlin, Peggy Scroggins, Chris
O'Neal, Arlene Files. Row 2-Warren Jones, Wesley
Eytchison, Judy Welches, Nancy Himes, Diana Fox,
Carolyn Kinnaird, Sondra Anderson, Nancy Baker,
Kay Newberry, Clarice Christian, Barbara Brown,
Marilyn Krueger, Judy J-osefek, Betty Wolverton,
Janice Folsom, Sally Wallace. Row 3-Jim Bridges,
LATIN CLUB-Row l-Judi Wilson, Sandy
Simpson, Pat Binkley, Saundra Heard, historiang
Judi Sanford, secretary, Susie Iveson, corresponding
secretary, Curt Jones, presidentg Carol Nahrwold,
treasurer, Janice Perry, vice president, Ruth Hud-
son, Norma Cripe, Jack Graham. Row 2-Joyce
Phillips, Yvonne Woods, Susan Campbell, Caralee
Campbell, Sandra Allen, Shirley Huff, Karen McKay,
Cindy Greene, Pattyann Goss, Pam Butterfield, Ann
Harris, Sandy Gordon, Anita Ballinger, Phyllis
Bill Gale, Rita Jo Butz, Nanci Newman, Dorothy
Muller, Karen Perkins, Coral Janes, Phil Roby,
Dave Maine, Nick Pancol, Vicki Scott, Mary Ellen
Bridges, Toni Pemberton, Janice Wilson, Jeannine
Reel, Sandy Miller, Becky Reardon. Row 4-Bill
Whitinger, Bill Metcalf, Jim Horner, Terry Gause,
Reggie Ray, Dennis Roof, Jean Kinley, Alan Brown,
Karen Shoemaker Suzie Steves, Steve Jackson, Bill
Hill, Paul Wykoff, Milford Craig, Bill Surbaugh,
John Burris, Jim Orr.
Holder, Cathy McCrocklin. Row 3-Donna Reichard,
Kay Wood, Sandra LaShure, Ruthie Gilmore, Judi-
beth Reveal, Madelyn Taylor, Patty Pearson, Linda
Caplan, Kathy Orr, Judy Cron, Marylinda Thomas,
Jeanette Jones, Bill Osborne. Row 4-Tim Lamey,
Jay Newbern, Brian Hardy, Dan Roby, Mike Rowe,
Dwight Aldred, Dave Chambers, Mike Morgan,
Jim Steele, Steve Aldred, Howard Whitman, Jon
Shafer, Eddie Purciful, John Hensler, Mike Martin.
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Buddy Patterson, Bill Phillips, Karen Hancock, and Jim McVey, Judy Gunkel, and Carol Nugent
DeAnna Tibbetts learn that the cash register is the key set up front. hall showcase displays as part
to merchandizing. of their retailing program.
Retailers Train for Careers in Selling Field
State Convention is the highlight of the year for Sue
Jordon, treasurer, Mr. James Biddle, advisor, Sherry
Baker, secretaryg Darrell Martin, president, and
Sandra Phillippe, vice president.
Preparation for a career in the competitive
world of merchandising is one of the goals
of the Future Retailers Club.
Members compete in state and national
contests, matching their Work in advertising
manuals, copy Writing, Window display and
public speaking against other top students.
With Santa Claus as a main attraction,
Future Retailers also gave a Christmas party
for the orphan children. To raise money to
make such an event possible, the Retailers
held a skating party and staged a day-long
Students learn the importance of retailing,
how to make good consumer choices, and
better ways to serve an employer through
such projects as educational movies, guest
speakers from the business World, and mer-
Establishing respect and successful leader-
ship in retailing is one of the main goals of
Hi-Y Club Sponsors Party, Promotes Attendance
"Attention all Hi-Y boys" alerted club members to
weekly announcements by Tom Tallman, treasurerg
Jim Osborne, vice president, Fred Kingsbury, presi-
dent, and Jay Newbern, secretary.
HI-Y-Row 1-A. Swinford, D. Doty, S. Hart, H.
Taylor, J. Swift, M. Martin, J. Graham, L. Huse,
M. Tatman, A. Silver, M. Barron, W. Brown, J.
Condon. Row 2-S. Graddy, B. Hardy, J. McClin-
tock, D. Kimball, J. Morris, P. Lee, F. Kingsbury,
J. Osborne, J. Newbern, G. Skeoch, J. Sutton, T.
Tallman, B. Graham, M. Shipley, T. Hardy, M.
Morgan. Row 3-J. Alleman, B. Cridge, G. Ralston,
J. Johnson, K. Schacker, B. Phillips, W. Jones, A.
Brown, B. Hill, M. Sylvester, S. Jackson, S. Aldred,
H. Whitman, S. Richardson, L. Contos, V. Hudson,
Sponsoring a Christmas Party for 600
children ot lvladison County was Just one of
the many activities tackled by members of
the 1-li-X this year. The members or this
club also sponsored the Hardwick Hop at
which a Senior Man or the Year was elected.
By helping the American Legion with
Christmas tree sales, the boys earned money
to put in the treasury for Iuture activities.
Hi-Y also made it possible Ior many AHS
students to go to out-of-town games by spon-
soring bus trips to various schools where the
indians were playing.
Many Hi-Y members spoke at civic club
meetings and at Sunday church services.
They also participated as speakers on two
Hi-Y has 93 members in its organization
this year, and each member must have a "C"
average and a personality rating of "3" or
better. Hi-Y was originally organized as a
club in Anderson High School in 1922.
J. Cridge, D. Barron, M. Rowe, T. Albright. Row
4-S. Lowry, J. Perdue, E. Davis, J. Goodnight, B.
Lang, D. Layton, J. DeFord, L. Milam, J. Melson,
J. Hensler, D. DeBolt, D. Hilligoss, O. Cox, D. Roby,
B. Adams, J. Orr, P. Roby, N. Delph, R. Ray. Row 5
-C. Harrison, T. Williams, S. Watson, J. Cunning-
ham, D. Aldred, B. Kanable, S. Davis, D. Chambers,
B. Hardacre, S. Taylor, T. Newman, P. McNear, L.
Sutton, J. Hobbs, E. Van Ness, B. Collins, L. Vance,
K. Cook, B. Rozelle, J. DeFord, D. Combs.
A CLUB-Row 1--Tom Tallman, Fred Kingsbury,
Matias Melendez, Doug Davis, Bob Kanable, Larry
Milam, Jim Osborne, Pete Danforth, John Teague,
Voss E. Purkey, Richard Patterson, Dave Carpenter,
Kenny Cook. Row 2-Larry Massey, Larry Taylor,
Larry Sutton, Jim Steele, Don Glazebrooks, Jim
Goodknight, Jack Morris, Bob James, Ron Pickett,
Bob Jackson, Larry Clem, Mike Martin, Jim Sutton.
Row 3-Jim Seal, Steve Watson, Richard Wiley,
Bill Lang, Harry Taylor, Dwight Aldred, Bill Collins,
Larry Deitz, John Hensler, Dave Layton, Max
Pickel, Jim Morgan. Row 4-Steve Lowry, Doug
Barron, Bob Barnett, Jim Ray, Bob Brown, John
Holbert, John Cunningham, Dave Brogdon, David
Beher, Jesse Collier, Tom Williams, Larry Vance,
Max Benson, Mike Cummings.
Bright Red "A" Sweaters Dominate Sports Scene
Sporting bright red sweaters with green
letters, members of "A" Club made an im-
pressive sight at many of the basketball
games. "A" Club's cheer block could be
heard shouting and roaring the teams of AHS
to victory above the din of the crowd.
With sportsmanship, scholarship and fel-
lowship as the aim for boys participating in
soorts, "A" Club was originally organized in
Members of "A" Club elect one outstanding
athlete who receives a special trophv with
his name engraved on it. This trophy, as
well as other awards earned by fellow mem-
bers of the organization, are presented to
them during the annual Athletic Convocation
during the spring.
"A" Club sold more than 250 cushions
carrying an "A" emblem and sold basketball
pictures to raise monev to finance a spring
nfcgic for the members and sponsors of the
c u .
lt is a proud group whose unselfish aim
is to promote the high school athletic mn-
gram, already one of the finest in the s-tate.
Preparing for a big sell-out of A-Club cushions are
Jim Osborne, vice president, John Teague, presidentg
Tom Linville, secretary, and Pete Danforth, ser-
CONCERT BAND-Row 1-Mark Barron, Ruth
Hudson, Judy Josefek, Norman Rauner, Dianne
Kemp. Row 2-David Maine, Clarice Christian,
Alberta McCoy, Roger Kellams, Patty Pearson, Alan
Swinford, Terry Montague, Jim Armstrong. Row
3-Carol Nahrwold, Alan Ayers, Larry Tegge,
Janice Ferguson, Jeff DeB-olt, Sharon Eads, Phil
Roby, Jerry Hobbs, Wade Shaw, Jim Talkington,
Band Parades for Football
Heading the well-organized band are Terry Monta-
gue, treasurerg Judy Webster, secretaryg Lynne
Clements, head majoretteg Bob Jones, captaing Jay
Newbern, drum major.
John Melson, Mike Shipley, Jon McClintock. Row
4-Dave Goen, Martha Phillips, Mike Russell, Stan-
ley Schumacher, Paul Hardacre, Robert Huffman,
Jeff Gilmore, Charles Howard, Steve Lindsey. Row
5-George F. Vaught, director, Steve Hart, Jeannine
Reel, John Thompson, Dave Carmany, Jim Purkey,
To the tune of "Hungarian Rhapsody
Number Two," the 108 members of the
Anderson High School Marching Band
paraded to victory to become the only band
in Indiana to Win the State Fair Marching
Band Contest twice.
Behind this triumph were many hours of
long practice under the leadership of Mr.
George Vaught, director, and Mrs. William
Despite the burning of the gym, "the show
must go on," and so it did at the Paramount
Theater for the fourth annual Variety Show.
Elaborate lighting, sparkling costumes, and
varied musioal arrangements highlighted the
production. Expenses for this. the band
sweaters, and many other exploits of the
band were helped by the annual sale of band
Ensemble and solo contests at Ball State
and Indianapolis were entered by nearly half
of the band, and the entire band was called
upon for many community events.
, Community Events,
CONCERT BAND-Row 1-Sandy Simpson, Eleanor
Kolbusz, Janet Burns, Sandy Kelly, Jon Hunt, Judy
Webster. Row 2-Eddie Himes, Larry Graves,
Nancy Osborne, Warren Jones, Pat Binkley, Jan
Loudenback, Cathy McCrocklin. Row 3-Mike
Rowe, John Fisher, Joe Ice, John Burris, LaMar
Vincent, Alan Brown, Aaron Silvers, Max Tatman,
Gary Eaglin, Bill Hill, Dave Carpenter, Wendell
Brown. Row 4-Bill Adams, Randy Shuman, John
Dilkey, Danny Burchfield, Jim Orr, Bob Jones.
Row 5-Charles McKissick, Ronnie Massey, Jim
Horner, Tim Hardy, James Baker, Dave Doty, Lester
Blackwell, Jay Newbern, Gerald Bordner, assistant
ariety Show Plays Three Nights to Full House
Kicking high at halftime are Indianettes, Deloma Benko, Lynne Clements, Pam Hakes, Phyllis Swain,
Foster, Kathy Rush, Karel Ann Smith, Joanne Sloan, Gykala Tolbert, Saundra Heard, Patsy Wood, and
Toni Pemberton, Karen McKay, Melanie Dalton, Pam Waymire.
Shirley Seybert, Judi Sanford, Carla Kirk, Bev
Orchestra Forms First Marching Group in State
Orchestra officers, Linda Caplan, secretary, Mike
Dunn, treasurer, Beth Robinett, president, Buddy
Gilmore, libraiiang Evelyn Matthews, assistant
librarian, and John Hurley, vice president, strive
for musical excellence.
ORCHESTRA-Row 1-Mike Dunn, Jeanne Phillips,
Lynne Clements, John Hurley, Evelyn Matthews,
Sharon Wools, Jimmie Bridges, Buddy Gilmore,
Pattyann,Goss, Susan James, Beth Robinett. Row
2-Melanie Dalton, Suzanne Eilar, Linda Higdon,
Charlotte Willis, Karen Perkins, Joyce Minnefield,
Madelyn Taylor, Carolyn Hyatt, Elizabeth Hyland,
Darrell Fields, Jerry Freeman, Peggy DeWeese,
Betty Massey, Alan Brown, Row 3-Nanci New-
Color and variety were added to the Home-
coming Parade this year with the introduc-
tion of the new Marching Orchestra to the
school scene. Despite the heavy concert
instruments, the orchestra marched nearly
two miles in the parade.
The Marching Orchestra, first in Indiana,
was pictured in several well known maga-
zines such as the "Musiccators," that goes to
all of the Indiana teachers and the "Lyons'
Band Instrument News" that is sent to music
teachers across the continent.
The difficult concert music required of
a top-flight orchestra was not neglected. ho-w-
ever, and the group won first place in the
Indiana Orchestra Competition.
With the beginning of the Marching
Orchestra came a need for a uniform which
included orchestra sweaters proudly worn by
man, Linda Caplan, Sandra Brattain, Melva Syl-
vester, Nancy M a 1' s h all , Suzie Steves, Jan
Loudenback, Pat Binkley, Warren Jones, Jon Hunt,
Ruth Hudson, Patty Pearson, Mike Russell, Jerry
Hobbs, Jim Orr, Stanley Schumacher. Row 4-Mr.
Thomas Clem, director: Brian Hardy, Dave Carmany,
Charles McKissick, John Thompson, Frank Meeker,
Jean Kinley, Steve Taylor, Alan Swinford.
DANCE BAND-Row 1-Mark Barron, Max Tat- Orr, Bill Adams, Stanley Schumacher. Row 3-
man, Wendell Brown, Warren J-ones, Norman John Thompson, Jim Baker, Dave Doty, Jay New
Rauner. Row 2-Phil Roby, Mike Rowe, Alan Swin- bern, Dave Carmany.
ford, John Melson, Mike Shipley, John Dilkey, Jim
Musical Offshoots Add Variety to School Events
Distinguished by being the
first organization of its
kind in Indiana, the March-
ing Orchestra adds color
and gay music to the AHS
Madrigal, Choral Club, Director Receive Hon
Madrigal Singers performed throupjhout the holidays in school, churches, and homes.
F1-om bottom to top of the stairs are Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, directorg Jim Baker,
Joanna Gough, Myrl Nisely, Ann Harris, Robert Rozelle, Mary Beth Phelps, Tom
llhlimr, Brenda Abbott, David O'Brien, Mary Jane Cronk, David Crandall, and Ruth
rom Music Associations
To promote an understanding of music
and to provide educational entertainment are
the main objectives of the vocal music de-
partment of Anderson High School.
Madrigal, the ultimate achievement for
vocal students, received high honors When it
was asked to sing for the Music Educators
National Convention in Chicago. The group
earned its Way by presenting "Kismet" and
an old-fashioned vaudeville show.
Both Choral Club and Madrigal were hon-
ored When Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, director,
was cho-sen for "First Chair In American
Music," a yearbook of the top people in the
musical education field.
Several of the Choral Club programs in-
cluded the Thanksgiving and Christmas pro-
grams. the Countv Music Festival, and the
annual Tee Pee Capers.
In order to insure continued success, the
tvvo top music groups recruit talent from
such training organizations as Choralettes,
Concert Choir, and Boys Glee Club.
A windy crossing did not prevent Choral Club
from making its annual visit to the junior high
building to sing Christmas carols and give season's
CHORAL CLUB-Row 1-Joanna Gough, Anita
Littrell, Joyce Norris, Joan McGillicuddy, Janice
Perry, Carol Ann Ratzlaff, Judi Wilson, Mary Sue
McAllister, Carol Nahrwold, Evelyn Matthews, Julia
Norris, Jane Preston, Eleanor Kolbusz, Beverly
Miller, Karel Ann Smith, Nancy Graves. Row 2-
Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, sponsor, Joyce Shelton,
Yvonne DeVashir, Kathy Orr, Sandy DuBois, Jan
Loudenback, Caralee Campbell, Ann Harris, Jeanne
Phillips, Ruthie Gilmore, Karen Simpson, Mary Paul
Mason, Mary Beth Phelps, Carla Rogers, Mary -Jane
Cronk. Row 3-Ruth McAllister, Beth Robinett,
Pat Loser, Pam Butterfield, Dan Roby, Jim Baker,
Alan Ayers, Curt Jones, Steve Richardson, Paul
Fairburn, Eddie Purciful, Jon Hunt, John Melson,
Dave O'Brien, Tom Miller, Mike Dunn, Nancy
Skinner, Carolyn Falls, Brenda Abbott. Row .4-
Mike Cummings, Myil Nisely, Tom Newman, Dwight
Barr, Larry Coates, James Johnson, John Kallen-
berg, James Goodknight, Steve Land, David Layton,
Dave Crandall, Robert Rozelle, Van Hudson, Bob
Jones, Jon Shafer, Don Beatty, Darrell Martin,
c'Waiting in the Wings', for Calls to AHS Starclom
CONCERT CHOIR-Row 1-Fredy B. Hollings-
worth, Cherryl Brummett, Susie Kearns, Helen Ful-
lington, Connie Johnson, Lynda Sowers, Linda
Johnson, Linda Peterson. Row 2-Carrie Mitchem,
Sondra Johnson, Marsha Shields, Norma Hill, Vicki
Marshall, Ginger DuBois, Lois Howell, Donna
Bowers, Mary Snider, Miss Mary Ruth Palmer,
MODERN MUSIC MASTERS-Row 1-G. Ross, R.
lVlcAllister, R. Hudson, P. Binkley, W. Brown, his-
toriang M. Phelps, treasurer, D. O'Brien, president,
J. Loudenback, secretary, J. Baker, vice president,
M. Dalton, B. Miller, J. Preston, C. Christian, P.
Pearson. Row 2-D. Crandall, J. McGillicuddy, J.
Wilson, S. Kelly, C. McCrocklin, J. Shelton, C. Jones,
J. Pe1'ry, B. Street, C. Miller, G. Boaz, L. Marshall,
L. Blackwell, N. Newman, L. Higdon, C. Hendricks,
J. Gough, Mrs. P. Lawson, sponsor. Row 3-B.
sponsor. Row 3-Sandra Foltz, Janie Hickem, Rita
Kearns, Sharon Lindsay, Lois Kardatzke, Ruby
Davis, Janice Wilson, Terena Eldridge, Jane Welling-
ton. Row 4-Kay Newberry, Dorothy Jones, Betty
Massey, Betty Huffman, Pam Slinkard, Shirley
Seybert, Kathy Rush, Lillie Lavery, Elizabeth
Toombs, Sandra Sargent.
Jones, A. Littrell, J. Norris, J. Norris, J. Goodnight,
E. Kolbusz, C. Nahrwold, P. Butterfield, B. Abbott,
lVI. Cronk, M. Mason, N. Skinner, J. Phillips, A.
Harris, J. Webster, K. Simpson, Y. DeVashir, C.
Ratzlaff, K. Smith, J. Burns. Row 4-M. Nisely,
T. Miller, D. Roby, D. Beatty, D. Martin, S. Land,
S. Hart, M. Tatman, M. Barron, A. Swinford, J.
Melson, D. Swager, T. Newman, J. Graham, J.
Kallenberg, A. Ayers, L. Coates, M. Dunn, D. Maine,
J. Kinley, C. Falls.
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CHORALETTES-Row 1-Linda Moody, Shirley
Felts, Hazel Carter, Linda Higdon, Rita Tolbert,
Linda Addison, Norma Cripe, Diane Gunter, Karen
Adamson, Margaret Hollingsworth. Row 2-Miss
Mary Ruth Palmer, sponsor, Karen Fairburn, Karel
Hendricks, Sandy Cox, Norma Large, Peggy De-
Weese, Dixie Delph, Marty Huber, Martha Frazier,
Gayle Shaw. Row 3-Velma Nisely, Betty Wolver-
BOYS GLEE CLUB-Row 1-Jean Kinley, pianist,
John Shaw, John Crose, Jim Toombs, Lanny Crouch,
Larry Marshall, Jack Hanshew, Bill Winemiller,
David Todd, Mrs. Paula Lawson, sponsor. Row 2-
Ronnie Miller, Steve Jackson, Dave Anthony, Gene
Boaz, Steve Huston, Bob Street, Willie Townsend,
ton, Sally Williams, Penny Wells, Janet Hathcoat,
Wanda Strickland, Nancy Marshall, Phyllis Aldrich,
Susan Campbell, Sondra Baker. Row 4-Carla Ash-
baugh, Pam Baker, Jane Adams, Yvonne Woods,
Becky Walker, Sherrill McAdams, Phyllis Vickery,
Sandra Henderson, Janet Goodnight, Sandra B1'own,
Jerry Hiday, Jack Emerson, Chuck Miller. Row 3-
Kenneth Keesling, Roger Atkinson, David Walker,
Pete Dodd, Jack Binnion, Lonnie Blackwell, Don
Ball, Dave Swager, Jim Carlisle, Jerry Porter, Terry
Jones, Don Wilson.
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Athletics at Anderson High School plays a very prominent role in the lives of
all students. Various sports events create school loyalty, promote better sportsman-
ship, and allovv their participants to
plays on the team, assists with the
equipment, or backs the group, athletics
is very important in the present Amer-
ican educational system. Even though
the famed AHS Wigwam Went up in
flames, sports enthusiasm reached the
hearts of every spirited fan. And with
it all, the Anderson Way still remained
spirited, sportsmanlike, spectacular.
The school, the team, and the community pool their
efforts to make varsity athletics a giant spectacle.
develop their talents. Whether the student
The gym as un is a ghost
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Cross Country Team Runs Second in State Meet
Bob Brown, Anderson's record breaking runner,
crosses the finish line first to rack up another
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
Anderson , Marion 46
Anderson , Indianapolis Tech 50
Anderson , Indianapolis Attucks 31
Anderson , Muncie Burris 50
Anderson , Richmond 47
Anderson 22, Indianapolis Washington 88
Anderson 25, Indianapolis Shortridgc 44
Wi-th the close of the 1958 cross country
season, Anderson, under the directio-n of Head
Coach Robert Freeman and "old stand-by"
Ray Fleenor, bettered season records of the
last five years.
Anderson also occupied second place spots
in the North Central Conference meet, the
Sectional and State meets, and fourth p-lace
in the Sihortridge Invitational.
Anderson Off Fast
Anderson got off to a fast start, winning
eight straight matches over Marion, Indian-
apolis Tech, Indianapolis Attucks, Indian-
apolis Washington, Muncie Burris, Richmond,
Indianapolis Shortridge and North Central.
Then in their last regular season meet, the
Braves fell to perennial rival Muncie Central.
Through the season, Anderson and Muncie
were matched against each other three times
before the conclusion. All eyes were focused
upon Bob Brown and Bob Patterson of
Muncie. Brown proved to be the better man
Won 8 - Lost 1
Anderson 25, North Central 60
Anderson 28, Muncie Central 27
Anderson second in North Central Conference
Anderson fourth in Shortridge Invitational
Anderson second in Sectional
Anderson second in State
Larry Massey and Bob Jackson set the pace for the field as other Anderson runners battle for position against
the Tech Greenclads as the Tribe harriers score a perfect win, 15 to 50.
"Scramble" is the word as some 150 runners start the grueling' two mile run in the sectional cross country
meet at Edgewood Country Club.
in the first two meets before losing to the
Mun-cie harrier in the sectional.
Brown Cracks Records
Brown broke three records, and John
Holbert cracked one during the course of the
season. One of Brown's new marks topped
a performance by Don Lash, who later be-
came one of Americafs great distance runners.
At State meet time, the Indians were look-
ing for the ninth Anderson cross country title
CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD-Row 1-Paul Price,
Ronald Wallace, Howard Whitman, Bob Stoops,
Ricky Kirk, Howard Brown, David McCord, Larry
Coates. Row 2-Ray Hensley, Bob Jackson, Bob
Brown, John Holbert, Steve Lowry, Doug Barron,
Larry Massey, Bob Barnett, Sherman Scott. Row 3
in the 13-year history of the event. As the
Indian harrielrs crossed the two-mile marker
in the State, Anderson's top three men were
Brown who placed 4th, Ho-lbert who finished
number 27 and Bob Jackson, running in the
Seven runners qualified for their cross
country letters. They were Brown, Holbert,
Jackson, Steve Lowry, Robert Barnett, Doug
Barron and Larry Massey. Brown received
the honor of being elected team captain.
-Tom Linville, Pete Danforth, Larry Clem, Jim
Sutton, Jim Rousey, Jerry Shafer, Larry Huse, Phil
Roby, Fred Schrope. Row 4-Coach Robert Free-
man, Bob Dunham, Phil Gaunt, Richard Patterson,
Max Benson, Tom Gary, Mike Morgan, Fred Ridgley,
Jim Ray, manager, Coach Ray Fleenor.
Football Team Claims Third Place in NC
For the fourth straight year the Anderson
Indians had a successful football season. The
Braves finished with a respectable six won
and three lost record.
The initial game of the 1958 campaign
found the Fort Wayne South Side Archers,
of basketball fame, on the Indian gridiron.
John Teague took the opening kickoff and
nine plays and ninety yards later scored the
first touchdown and extra point of the year.
Teague and Bill Graham added touchdowns
in the second half to up the score to 20-6
when the final gun sounded.
Anderson opened North Central Conference
play against the Richmond Red Devils, who
were still smarting from the 40-7 shellacking
handed them by the Indians last season. The
Indians and Devils played on even terms
throughout the game, but R ic h m o n d
squeaked by 21-19 on two missed Anderson
conversions. Teague took the NCC scoring
lead with two touchdowns.
Indians Whip Tech
Indianapolis Tech, who handed the Indians
their only conference setback in '57, was the
next challenge for the Tribe. After fumbling
New plays, team spirit, game strategy, and previous mistakes were all subjects of daily "bull sessions" held
by Coach Jim Carter.
Calisthenics loosens stiff muscles and conditions
players for practice.
Handing' out "clean whites" was a weekly chore
faced by student managers Bill Collins and Larry
Drives to Fourth Consecutive Winning Season
inside the Tech 20-yard line the Indians
started to move. Teague scored a pair of
six pointers before leaving with a knee
injury, and John H-ensler gallloped 69 yards to
score, giving the Indians a 20-7 win. The
victory was a costly one for Anderson. Not
only did the Tribe lose Teague, who was
leading the NCC in scoring, for the remainder
of the season, but first string quarterback
Jim Seal received a broken collar bone and
was out for the rest of the season.
.The Ande-rfson-Marion battle was a defen-
sive struggle through the first quarter, but
Trainer Don Kyle was kept busy applying adhesive
tape and elastic bandages to aches and pains.
Sophomore quarterback Larry Vance got the
indians rolling early ln the second quarter,
and the Tribe cracked the Giant defense for
a score. lvlarion moved the ball all the way
to the Anderson two-yard line before los-ing
it on downs. This was as close as the Giants
came to scoring, but Dave Carpenter added
an insurance touchdown in the second half
to give the Indians a 12-0 victory.
The Indians traveled to Logansport to
battle the highly-rated Berries. bumibling
seemed to be the only thing Anderson could
do right, for they lost the pigskin four times
in the Iirst half, twice inside the Logan
20 yard line, and three times in the second
half. The indians never got started, but
speedy fullback Mike Maples put on a show
Ior Logansport with long run after long run
and climaxed the night's work with a 97 yard
touchdown run. When the game ended the
Indians were on the short end of a 31-0 score.
In the annual Homecoming game the Tribe
me-t the Kokomo Wildcats in hopes of aveng-
ing previous defeats at the hands of the
'Cats Anderson drew first blood on Steve
Watson's five yard plunge. Kokomo evened
the score at six all at half time. The third
quarter was a complete stalemate as was the
firs-t half of the final quarter. It looked for
awhile as if Anderson would have to settle
for a tie, but with one and a half minutes
to go in the game, Jim Goodnight climaxed
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With injuries taken care of and uniforms in top shape, the players got down to heavy work on the line sled,
urged on by Coach Pete Russo.
With practice behind them and last minute Larry Vance regains his balance after crushing through the
1YlSt1'LlCt1OI1S ln mind the Indians take the Tech line for valuable a1da'e.
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field for another grid battle.
a long Indian drive with an eight yard touch-
down run which gave the game a real story-
book ending and the Tribe a hard-earned 13-6
Rugged Hammond Noll, a newcomer to the
Anderson schedule, invaded the South Ander-
son Field to battle the Indians. The Tribe
took an early 13-0 lead, but the Hammond
offensive machine began rolling in the second
quarter. On short power plays the beefy line
and hard-charging Noll backfield pierced the
Anderson line twice in the first half to even
the score at 13-13. After that Hammond was
almost invincible as they rolled to a 32-13
The Dad's Day contest pitted the Elwood
Dave Carpenter Bill Lang Tom Tallman
Panthers against the Indians, who lost a
fumble-riddled game to the Panthers last
year. 'l'he game was a standstill until late
in the last quarter when the Tribe started
a last ditch effort to score. A series of
passes was climaxed by Steve Watson's five
yard plunge. The game ended with Anderson
on top 7-0.
In the last game of the year Anderson
battled arch-rival Muncie Central for third
place in the NCC. Stopping speedy Jim
Nettles was Anderson's main problem, and
the Bearcat halfback broke loose only once to
score. In the meantime Steve Watson had
scored three times and Jim Goodnight once
to give Anderson a 27-6 victory over basket-
ball enemy Muncie and third place in the
North Central Conference.
Tribe Scores Victories over Rival Muncie, Tech
Individual Football Statistics
ATTS YDS AVE TDR
76 547 7 2 3
--- 86 500 5.9 5
--- 84 483 5.3 3
--- 47 332 7.1 6
--- 22 151 0.9 2
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TDS PAT PATM TP
--- 0 4 2 40
--- 5 5 1 35
--- 3 1 1 19
--- 3 1 3 19
--- 2 0 1 12
--- 1 0 1 0
----20 11 3 15
ATTS co1v1P YDS PCT.
--- 49 11 204 .224
--- 11 4 94 .364
--- E3 1? :E .250
NO YDS AVE LONG.
--- 25 375 35.0 55
NO YDS AVE.
--- 4 123 30.8
--- 3 48 16.0
-----17 324 19.1
N YD 2.
un 18 185 A559 Leading scorer John Teague slips away from Tech
invader to tally one of six touchdowns he scored
---- 21 311 14.8
NO YDS AVE.
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Tribe Plays First "Homeless" Season in 34 Years
Anderson's Indians, playing their first
"homeless" season in 34 years, finished a
hot and cold basketball season with fourteen
wins and nine losses.
The burning of the Wigwam in e-arly
November forced the rescheduling of all home
games to the Madison Heights gymnasium
and forced Coach Ick Osborne to put his
charges through practice at South Side
With less than three weeks practice, the
Indians opened the season with five straight
wins and moved as high as second in the
weekly newspaper polls. Included in the
string were victories over Rushville, 66-58,
Ft. Wayne Central, 69-595 Connersville,
55-46, New Albany, 72-533 and Mario-n, 64-59.
In their second venture into North Central
Conference play, the Tribe's string was
broken by Lafayette's Bronco's, 59-55.
Bearcats Edge Indians
Anderson played host to arch-rival Muncie
Central, rated number one in the state. for
the first of two season meetings. The Tribe
played possibly its best ball game against the
talented Bearcats, never letting them get too
far ahead. In the final quarter Anderson led
by as much as eight points, but Muncie's
height and scoring punch proved too much
for the Indians as they dropped a 53-50
Shortridge's fast breaking Blue Devils then
outran the Indians and came out on top 57-41.
During the holidays Anderson played in the
newly-formed North Central Conference
Tourney at Richmond. The Indians soueaked
by the Hot Dogs of Frankfort, 61-59. only
to be dumped bv Richmond in the finals,
46-44 in an overtime.
In their next contest. the sagging Indians
absorbed their fifth loss at the hands of
Shelbyville. 62-60. but then whipped Indian-
apolis Tech, 62-55. In the second meeting
between Muncie and Anderson it was evident
that the Bearcats improvement was much
greater as thev tromned the Tndi ans 85-71.
Anderson traveled to Frankfort for a
second meeting with the Hot Dogs. The
Indians found the going a little easier than
it had been in the NCC tour-nev. but the Tribe
had to come from behind to down the Hot
Rayl Sinks Tribe
Kokomo's 'Wildcats invaded the Madison
Heights gym to battle the Indians. A 41-
point effort by Kokomo's dead-eye guard
Jimmy Rayl proved too much for Anderson
as the Wildcats took a 76-67 decision.
Anderson surprised the state with an easy
win over South Bend Central, 56-39, and
avenged a beating in football with a 67-63 win
over the Logansport Berries.
New Castle's Trojans, bidding for a share
of the NCC crown, with guard Ray Pavy
leading the way, downed the Indians 76-67.
Anderson then won over non-conference
foe Columbus, 70-60, and in the last home
game of the season got partial revenge by
beating Richmond, 64-61.
Tourney On Enemy Floor
For the first time in 26 years the Madison
County Sectional was played outside the
Anderson High School Gym. With the luck
of the draw in their favor, the Indians drew
Lapel. Anderson had little trouble in down-
ing the Bulldogs, 59-41.
In the feature game of the sectional
Anderson rolled over host school Madison
Heights, 50-25, and advanced to the finals.
In the finale the Indians met the Alexandria
Tigers. The Tigers' claws were sharp while
the Indians seemed listlesis. Trailing all the
way. Anderson couldn't cope with the tight
Alex zone defense or the control the Tigers
played on offense. With a last ditch effort
falling short, Anderson was dethroned as
slectional champion by the fired-up Tigers.
'Tom Linville slips through Richmonfl's defense to
scorn a needed basket as the Indians edged the Red
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Row 1-Jim
Steele, Larry Sutton, student managers. Row 2-
Jim Seal, Jim Sutton, John Teague, Richard Patter-
son, Jim Rousey, Pete Danforth. Row 3-Coach
Individual Basketball Statistics
G FG FT
Player TP REB
Teague ............. 23 116 117 349 228
Patterson -- .... 23 127 84 338 208
Benson --- .... 23 73 35 181 144
Linville -- .... 23 57 46 160 124
Osborne -- .... 21 57 46 160 51
Rousey --- .... 17 70 19 67 44
Danforth --- .... 21 26 10 62 24
Williams --- .... 16 7 5 19 28
Gary ...... -- 6 3 4 10 9
Sutton .... .... 9 2 4 8 8
Watson --- .... 11 2 3 7. 6
Seal .... .... 1 0 2 0 4 8
Collier -- -- 2 0 1 1 1
Totals .............. 23 496 374 1366 883
Tom Williams Jim Osborne
Bob Freeman, Max Benson, Tom Williams, Jim
Osborne, Coach Ick Osborne, Steve Watson, Tom
Linville, Tom Gary, Coach Don Barnett.
Won 14 - Lost 9
Anderson 66, Rushville 58
Anderson 69, Ft. Wayne Central 59
Anderson 55, Connersville 46
Anderson 72, New Albany 53
Anderson 64, Marion 59
Anderson 55, Lafayette 59
Anderson 50, Muncie Central 53
Anderson 41, Shortridge 57
Big Four Tourney
Anderson 61 Frankfort 59
Anderson 44 Richmond 46 Kovertimel
Anderson 60 Shelbyville 62
Anderson 62 Indianapolis Tech 55
Anderson 71 Muncie Central 85
Anderson 58 Frankfort 52
Anderson 67 Kokomo 76
Anderson 56 South Bend Central 39
Anderson 67 Logansport 63
Anderson 67 New Castle 76
Anderson 70 Columbus 60
Anderson 64 Richmond 61
Anderson 59 Lapel 41
Anderson 50 Madison Heights 25
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Row 1
-Pete Rayford, Bob Townsend, Tony Mainord, Jim
Steele, student managerg Bill Graham, Paul Price,
Bill McCarty. Row 2-William Wilkerson, Paul
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Won 15 - Lost 5
Rushville 1 1
Ft. Wayne Central 42
New Albany 34
Anderson Lafayette 42
Anderson Muncie Central 43
Anderson Shortridge 22
Anderson Shelbyville 24
Wycoff, Joe Perdue, Jesse Collier. Row 3-Coach
Don Barnett, Mike Morgan, John Jackson, Robert
Dunham, Lanny Reger, Clark Harrison, Larry Vance,
Coach Robert Freemen.
Indianapolis Tech 27
Muncie Central 34
South Bend 39
New Castle 38
Muncie Central 24
New Castle 25
Danforth Richard Patterson Tom
John Teague Max Benson
Wrestlers Win Eight, Send Seven to Regional
Under head coach Don Pyle, Anderson
High School's varsity wrestling team tallied
eight wins, three losses and one tie.
The Indian matmen opened the season with
an eight-match winning streak before they
were downed by former state champion,
Indianapolis Manual, 30-26.
Included in the string of wins were
decisions over 1957 co-state champions Rich-
mond and Indianapolis Broad Ripple. An-
other high point of the season was the 48-8
victory over Madison Heights.
The Indians' outstanding Wrestlers for the
season were Conward Bivens, a third place
finisher in the state and a second place
winner in the NCC meetg Mickey DeLey,
second place in NCC meet and fourth in
state, and Bob Kanable and Don Glazebrooks
who placed first in the conference meet.
With the ending of the regular season, the
matmen tuned up for the coming tourney
meets. The Tribe finished fourth in the North
Central Conference: second in the sectional
meet, fourth in the regional meet and
eighteenth in the state meet.
Wrestling letters were awarded to David
Agnew, M. C. Cooley, John Cunningham,
Larry Dietz, Conward Bivens, Mickey DeLey,
Bob Kanable, Don Glazebrooks, Dan Keeney,
Harry McVey and Sherman Scott.
Won 8 - Lost 3 - Tied 1
28, Lafayette Jeff 21
33, Indianapolis Broad Ripple 20
43, New Castle 11
31, Muncie Central 21
48, Madison Heights 8
30, Indianapolis Tech 21
25, Richmond 17
33, Marion 18
26, Indianapolis Manual 30
18, Crawfordsville 26
17, Kokomo 28
22, Bloomington 22
fourth in North Central Conference
second in Sectional
fourth in Regional
18th in State
Won 5 - Lost 2
33, Crawfordsville 5
27, Marion 6
24, Madison Heights 5
22, New Castle 9
17, Manual 23
21, Kokomo 22
Climaxing a season-long
drive were seven boys who
qualified for the regional.
Meeting with Coach Don
Pyle are qualifiers, front
row, Conward Bivens, Bob
Kanable, John Cunning-
ham, Mickey DeLey, and
in back, Dan Keeney,
David Agnew, Don Glaze-
WRESTLING TEAM-Row 1-Jim Carroll, Mickey Marvin McCorkle, Steve Huston, M. C. Cooley, Larry
DeLey, Dick Mallernee, Raymond Patterson, Doug Deitz, Coach Pete Russo. Row 4-Joe McCord, Tim
Davis, Steve- Ricketts. Row 2-Ricky Kirk, Dan Lamey, Don Tremaine, George King, Roger Atkis-
Keeney, Davicl Agnew, Bob James, Sherman Scott, son, Rogers Clark, John Cunningham, Bob Kanable,
Don Sisson, Jim Duffy. Row 3-Coach Don Pyle, Conward Bivens.
Larry Davenport, Jerry Collier, Don Glazebrooks,
Larry Dietz applies the pressure to a leg
Don Glazebrooks prepares to pin his Madison Heights opponent lock in hopes of getting submission from the
as referee Joe Sparks keeps a keen eye on the mat. Madison Heights challenger.
AHS Baseball Team, Sparked by Veteran Crew
DeFord Mike Hale Joe Foust, Phil Roby, Ronnie
Smith Don Fowler Emmett Naselroad. Row 2-
BASEBALL TEAM-Row 1-Jerry Cortrecht, Jan
Jerry Shafer, Jim Johnson, Jim Sutton, Pete
Danforth, Larry Cl m, Dale Gross, Jack Morris,
Matias Melendez, Larry Taylor, Ronnie Pickett.
Row 3-Jim Ray, student manager, Joe Perdue,
A baseball team, loaded with lettermen at
every positio-n, lived up to pre-season expecta-
tions by roaring unbeaten through its first
ten games, and making a strong bid for a
North Central Conference title.
Last year the Indians, under Coach Don
Barnett, tied for second in the conference and
won it in 1956 by capturing 13 out of 14
Anderson showed its strength with early-
season wins over rugged Shortridge and
Broad Ripple as pitchers Dale Gross and
Jerry Charmolue rang up their first victories.
In their first NCC venture the Indians
shut out New Castle as Gross threw a bril-
liant two-hitter. Dave Beher got into the
victory column with a three-hit victory over
Anderson whipped Koko-mo and Muncie
Central and took a tighter grip on first place
in the NCC as Gross shut out Lafayette's
defending conference champs, 7-0, and Beher
subdued Marion, 10-1.
The Tribe reversed last season's score as
they downed Shortridge again, 17-2, in a
Roger Dotson, Neil Delph, Bob Dunham, Tom Seal,
Sullivan Cook, Bill McCarty, Jay DeFord, John
Dilkey, Jim Steele, student manager. Row 4-Coach
Pete Russo, Arthur Lewis, Dave Beher, Phil Free-
man, Jerry Charmolue, Tom Linville, John Teague,
John Jackson, Bill Whitinger, Head Coach Don
night encounter. In another game under the
lights the Indians dropped Madison Heights,
Hitters Rap Ball
Anderson's keys to victory Were the stout
pitching of Gross, who had won four straight,
and Charmolue and Beher with three vic-
tories each, and powerful hitting by Jo-hn
Teague, Tom Linville, Jim Sutton, Larry
Taylor, Pete Danforth, and Larry Clem, who
were hitting .300 or better.
The pitchers struck out 100 batters in the
first ten games, and the hitters racked up
121 base hits, 20 of which were for extra
bases. The Brave-s stole 38 bases. ,
Fielding-wise the Tribe held down the
opponents' run average with a respectable
.934 fielding percentage.
Coach Pete Russo's reserve team enjoyed
a successful season winning four of its first
five games. Jerry Shafer won all four and
lost the other by one run.
With the fine showing in early conference
play, the Tribe was assured of a high finish
in the final standings and stood to gain
va.luable points in the all-sports trophy race.
anks as Top Threat to
Indianapolis Shortridge 1
Indianapolis Broad Ripple, 6
New Castle 0
Hartford City 1
Muncie Central 1
Lafayette Jeff 0
Indianapolis Shortridge 2
Madison Heights 5
, St. Mary's 4
, Knightstown 1
, Lafayette Jeff 2
, Marion 4
, Madison Heights 0
Pitchers Dave Beher and Jerry Charmolue talk over Batting technique is the subject of discussion be
pre-game strategy with catcher Pete Danforth. tween John Teague, Matias Melendez and Tom
AHS lettermen charge onto the field ready for Larry Taylor, Larry Clem, Jack Morris, Ron Plckett
victo1'y. They are Qleft to rightj Coach Pete Russ-0, Jim Sutton and Coach Don Barnett.
Rebuilding Track Squad Looks to Future Glor
Doug Barron romps home to victory against Muncie
Central in the 880-yard run.
3716, Muncie Central 7OVg
39, Richmond 70
36M, Indianapolis Tech 72Mg
90, Marion 19
40, Kokomo 69
sixth in Muncie Relays.
ninth in Kokomo Relays.
Anderson's track team gained enthusiasm
and added skill through the efforts of hard-
working Coach Bob Fre-eman, and climaxed
t.he season with a third place in the Sectional.
If energetic promotion can bring Anderson
back to track heights, several large steps
have been taken. Outstanding races were
broadcast over local radio stations, and a
get-together of former track greats was
called to add impetus to the high school's
The Indians came a long way themselves
after being humbled in three early season
meets. They outraced Marion, 90 to 19, and
sent five boys on to state competition.
Qualifying for the regionals we-re Bo-b
Brown, who held the state's fastest 440-yard
dash time for awhile, Dave Carpente-r, who
vaulted nearly 12 feet in the pole vault, and
a mile relay team, of Tom Tallman, Larry
Vance, Steve Watson, and Brown.
Anderson 38, Muncie Central 71
Anderson 3935, Richmond 69M
Anderson 32, Indianapolis Tech 77
seventh in North Central Conference. Anderson 63W, Ma1'i0I1 3916 '
third in Sectional. Anderson 48, Kokomo 61
Bob Brown clears the bar by inches to place first Hurdlers Jim Seal and Bill Graham keep pace with
in the high jump event. a Muncie speedster.
Coaches Bob Freeman and Ray Fleenor give last
minute briefings and encouragement to lettermen
Fred Kingsbury, Bob Jackson, Steve Lowry, Tom
TRACK TEAM-Row 1-Dennis Vaughn, Eddie
Rayford, Bob Stoops, John Hensler, Jim Duffy,
Bob Barnett, Sherman Scott, Richard Kirk. Row 2
-Coach Ray Fleenor, Tom Tallman, Jim Morgan,
Steve Lowry, Steve Watson, Fred Kingsbury, Bob
Jackson, Bob Brown, Trainer Don Kyle, Head Coach
Bob Freeman. Row 3--Max Pickel, student man-
ager, Bob Townsend, John Hadley, Ronald Wallace,
Tallman, Steve Watson, Bob Brown, and Jim Morgan
before an important meet.
Steve Clark, John Cunningham, David McCord, Paul
McNear, Larry Huse, Bill Graham, Larry Vance,
Walt Ebbert, Larry Sutton, student manager.
Row 4-Roger Atkisson, William Wilkerson, Arthur
Hendricks, Phillip Gaunt, Harry Taylor, Doug
Barron, Jim Seal, Curt Bradley, Jim Goodnight,
Joe McCord, Marvin Morgan, Paul McCormick,
Pugh Aims for 100th Victory as Tennis Coach
Lettermen Dwight Aldred, Voss Purkey and Frank
Meeker prepare for action.
TENNIS TEAM-Row 1-David Rogers, Steve
Jackson, Jack Graham, Bob Huffman, Steve
Comstock, Bill Harper, David L. DeBolt, Paul Price.
Another successful season seemed to be
in store for Coach Dane Pugh's tennis team
as it breezed through seven of its first ten
matches With decisive wins.
A respectable 10-4 record last year, how-
ever, gave the Indian netmen only a fourth
place finish in the North Central Conference,
their lowest spot since a fifth place in 1957.
With three early season conference Wins
under their belts, the racketmen hope to
bring a fourth tennis championship to AHS.
Coach Pugh's teams have won 90 matches
and dropped 23 in nine previous seasons, fin-
ishing in the league's top three seven times.
Anderson 6, Connersville 1
Anderson 7, Indianapolis Broad Ripple 0
Anderson 5, Indianapolis North Central 2
Anderson 5, Indianapolis Shortridge 2
Anderson 0, Muncie Burris 7
Anderson 4, Marion 3
Anderson 4, Indianapolis Tech 1
Anderson 5, Kokomo 2
Anderson 1, Lafayette Jeff G
Anderson 3, Muncie Central 4
Row 2-Lanny Reger, Voss Purkey, Frank Meeker,
Dwight Aldred, Jim Osborne, Rex Ahrendt, Steve
Aldred, Coach Dane Pugh.
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GQLF TEAM-Row 1-Buel Boston, Neil O'Brien,
Phil Martin, Mike Martin, Bill Ellis, Tom Miller,
Cook, Mike Cummings, Tom Williams, Mike Morgan,
Tom Newman, Paul Wykoff, Phil Blue, Coach Jim
Steve Hart, Phil Taylor, Jerry Stephenson. Row 2- Carter.
Rex Upshaw, John Wiley, Dave Hilligoss, Kenny
Golfers Add to AHS Athletic Trophy Cases
Mike Cummings, Mike Martin and Kenny Cook, all
golf lettermen, line up an all-important putt.
With three lettermen, a rough schedule
and past tradition in mind, Coach Jim
Carter's golf team embarked on the 1959
season with hopes of regaining the state
title lost three years ago.
The Indians' defeat in sectional play by one
stroke last year had even greater sting as
city-rival Madison Heights went on to win
top honors in the state meet.
Starters were lettermen Mike Cummings,
Kenny Cook, Mike Martin, and newcomers
Tom Newman and Tom Williams. They re-
gained top form after a slow start by tying
for first in the highly-competitive Fort
Anderson 6, Richmond 9
Anderson 1215, Indianapolis Tech 215
Anderson 7, Marion 8
Anderson 2, Muncie Central 13
Anderson 215, New Castle IZV2
Anderson 8, Marion 7
Anderson 13, Indianapolis Shortridge 2
Anderson 315, Madison Heights 1115
Anderson 715, Muncie Central 715 ftiej
Anderson lk, New Castle 135
Anderson tied for first in Fort Wayne meet
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Faced With the challenges for an even greater educational system as critics de-
manded more excellence in specialized fields, AHS students and faculty Worked to-
gether to tackle the needs of modern times. As the year progressed, the usual barrier
between the students and the teachers
seemed to disappear, as the individuals
became closer friends. Loyalty, honor,
and respect dominated the hearts of all
AHS'ers, and the community praised
the Anderson Way as respectful, re-
School spirit has many ways of showing itself at
AHS, all of them forceful.
AHS students carry years of tradition with them
erywhere they go.
Administrators Work Together in Making Plan
Superintendent G. E. Ebbertt takes time out from a
busy schedule for an interview with X-Ray reporter
Principal David L. Adams pauses for a brief chat
with office assistant Maggie Young.
Problems facing the administration and
the Board of School Trustees were innumer-
able, as they are every year. These problems
started with the number of students to each
class room, adequate teaching facilities, and
maintenance. They ended with public opinion
of the school, curriculum, athletic programs,
and one burning gymnasium.
Superintendent G. E. Ebbertt, a veteran
of more than seven years in his job here.
had plenty of opportunity to put his experi-
ence to use to keep up with the ever-
increasing problems. At the other end of the
scale, Mr. David Adams, principal, and Mr.
Clifford Swift, assistant principal, were both
in their freshman year at their jobs. Both
of these capable men had to face tasks that
were new and challenging.
These administrators had the responsibil-
ities of keeping the school's high standards,
and they met them well.
Assistant Principal Clifford Swift also guides ath-
letes like Kenny Cook in his role as athletic director.
for Better School Facilities, New Gymnasium .
School building projects, finances, and new ideas
call for many informal meetings of School Board
members Mr. Lee Fidler, school city attorney, Mr.
Syd Williams, secretaryg Mrs. Margaret Knight,
New buildings, like the Hiawatha Elementary School
in North Anderson, flourished as a result of work
by the School Board.
board memberg Mr. Wilbur Roby, presidentg Mr.
William Hovermale, board member, Mr. Maurice
Fleece, treasurer, Mr. G. E. Ebbertt, superintendent,
and Miss Gertrude Plotner, clerk of the board.
An architect's drawing will soon become a reality
as the School Board proceeds with planning of a
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hile the AHS Faculty Keeps Busy Teaching,
Involved in a pleasant conversation are Mr. Glee Ann Leaver discovers that Mrs. Edna Rhynearson,
Joseph Sparks, dean of boys, and Linda Hiatt, dean of girls, is willing to answer almost any question.
FACULTY-Row l-Mrs. Marjorie Austin, Business
Education, A. B.g Mr. J. J. Bailey, Social Studies,
A. B., A. M., Mr. William Ballentine, Trades and
lndustry, B S., M. S., Mr. Richard Balsley, Business
Education, B. S., Mr. Donald Barnett, Driver
Education, B. S., M. A. Ed., Mr. David Barrow,
Director of Counseling, B. S., M. C. S., Mr. James
Biddle, Coordinator of Distributive Education, B. S.:
Mr. Donald Bowen, Head of Business Education,
B. S., M. S., Mr. Jack Bowers, Science, B. A., Mr.
Ralph Boyd, Language Arts, A. B., Mr Clarence
Burns, Language Arts, A. B.
Mathematics, A. B., M. S. Row 2-Mr. Max Beigh,
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Sponsoring Clubs, Counseling, Making Friends .
AHS teachers have tradition behind them
that makes their jobs more meaningful and
gives them an objective toward which to
work. People who think that a teacher works
only during the school day are mistaken.
Teachers do homework, too, in preparation
for the next dayls lesson. This takes some
doing, as the class period must not be
wasted. It must be interesting, and must
present to the student a desire to learn,
brought out by a variety of approaches to
Teachers sponsor clubs and act as advisors
for student activities. They work as coun-
selors and go over programs with each
student, discussing possible subjects, college
plans, and sometimes even knotty personal
problems. Teachers must be able to under-
stand students as human beings and to
realize their problems, whether they be in
regard to school work or to personal matters.
FACULTY-Row 1-Miss Marietta Cain, Business
Education, B. S.g Miss Dorothy Campbell, Language
Arts, B. S., M. S., Mr. James Carter, Driver Educa-
tion, B. P. Ed.. M. A.g Mr. Thomas Clem, Head of
Music, M. S., B. S., Mr. J. Merrill Coffin, Social
Studies, A. B.g Mr. George Davis, Head of Social
Studies, A. B., A. M. Row 2-Mr. Charles Denny,
Mrs. Mary Norris, Mrs. Barella Gray, and Mrs.
Bonnie Bliss Qtop picturel drop their roles of hard-
working' secretaries for only a moment. Secretaries
Miss Phyllis Hotzel and Mrs. Iris Tolbert flower
picturej pause to find out the latest news.
Social Studies, A. B., M. A., Mrs. Margaret Doles,
Science, A. B., Mr. Joseph Dye, Director of Adult
and Industrial Education, B. S., M. S., Mr. John
Finney, Social Studies, B. S., M. A., Mr. Ray
Fleenor, Social Studies, A. B.. A. M., Mr. Robert
Freeman, Driver Education, B. S.
FACULTY-Row 1-Mr. John Garrigus, Science,
B. S., M. S., Mrs. Evelyn Grahame, Head of
Language Arts, B. S., M. S., Mr. Raymond Griffith,
Science, A. B., M. S., Mr. Lee Hale, Trades and
Industry, B. S., Mrs. Marguerite Hale, Language
Arts, A. B., M. A., Miss Helen Harrell, Home
Economics, A. B., M. A. Row 2-Mr. Donald Hays,
Trades and lndustry, B. S., Miss Alice Higman,
Language Arts, A. B.g Mr. Basil Hosier, Head of
Mathematics, B. S., M. S., Mr. Jesse Huntzinger,
Mathematics, A. B., M. S., Mrs. Ruthanne Imler,
Nurse, Mr. William James, Industrial Coordinator,
B. S., M. S.
Through Long Service in Communit Projects
Faculty men find excuses for informal gatherings throughout Principal David Adams calms a young guest
the year. on Visitors' Day.
FACULTY-Row l-Miss Eileen Johnson, Language
Arts, B. A., M. A., Mr. Keith Johnson, Visual Aids,
Librarian, A. B.3 Mr. Gordon Julius, Trades and
Industry, B. S., M. S., Miss Hazel M. Kendall,
Language Arts, B. A., Mrs. Mary Kitterman, Social
Studies, B. A., M. A., Mr. George Lee, Head of
Science, A. B., M. S. Row 2-Mr. Lowell Lee,
Science, B. S., M. S., Miss Virginia Lindstroin, Social
Studies, A. B., M. A., Miss Lois Long, Language
Arts, B. A., M. A., Mr. Herbert Lyon, Business
Education, B. S., M. A., Mrs. Mary K. McFarland,
Head of Art, B. A. E., Mr. Harry McGoon, Language
Arts, A. B., M. A.
and a Pledge of Support When Called Upon .
A laboratory lunch is the usual fare for science
teachers Mr. Leo Sanders and Mrs. Margaret Doles.
Miss Lois Long, Mrs. Evelyn Grahame, and Miss
Alice Higman prove that teachers do homework, too.
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Mr. Robert Freeman lends Connie Fisher finds a loyal backer in Miss Working overtime is nothing
a word of advice. Eileen Johnson. new to Mr. L. R. Lee.
Students Respect Their Corps of Educators
FACULTY-Row 1-Mrs, Vivian Maine, Language
Arts, A. B., Mrs. Deloris Martin, Home Economics,
B. S.: Mr. David Martyn, Language Arts, B. S.:
Mr. Herbert Miller, Mathematics, A. B., Mrs. Elise
Mulvihill, Art, B. S., M. A., Mr. Ick Osborne,
Head of Driver Education, B. S., M. S. Row 2-
Miss Mary Ruth Palmer, Music, A. B., M. S.g Mr.
Dane Pugh, Trades and Industry, B. S., M. S., Mr.
Lee Pursley, Language Arts, B. S., Mrs. Lucile
Railsback, Business Education, B. S., Mr. Robert
Reifel, Trades and Industry, B. S., M. S., Mrs.
Dorothy Riggs, Home Economics, A. B.
Teachers spend at least eight hours a day
serving the community by educating its
youth, and then, fortified by a good supper
and a short rest, often traipse off to further
Their names dot the lists of boards of
directors and officer slates in almost every
charitable organization. They are active in
politics, as leaders in civic clubs, as speakers,
and as key persons in a Whole host of
In the summer they go out into the
community to Work in business, industry, or
to further their education in graduate study.
There are less than 80 of them, but their
energy, influence, and experience is felt many
times over in the community.
All teachers pledge themselves as servants
of their community, and in Anderson they
are living up to that pledge.
Working to keep AHS in good order are custodians
Mrs. Elsie Keevin, Mr. Javan Rovvlett, Mr. Harry
Mier, Mr. Bill Haygood, Mr. James Baker, head
custodian, and Mr. Lester Frazier.
as the Energetic Force Behind School Success
FACULTY-Row 1-Mr. Claud Roney, Mathematics,
A. B., M. A., Mr. Peter Russo, Driver Education,
B. S., M. S., Mr. Leo Sanders, Science, A. B.,
M. S., Mrs. Mary Schultz, Asst. Librarian, Language
Arts, B. S.g Mr. Vern Shinn, Trades and Industry,
B. S., M. S., Mr. O. L. Springer, S-ocial Studies,
A. B., M. A. Row 2-Miss Rive Todd, Head of
Home Economics, B. S., M. A.g Mr. George Vaught,
Music, B. P. S. M.g Mrs. Virginia Vermillion,
Language Arts, A. B., M. S., Mr. Edmund C. Villars,
Trades and Industry, B. S., Mr. Horace Wilson,
Science, B. S.5 Mr. Frank Woschitz, Director of
Public Relations, Language Arts, A. B.
'59ers Began Planning for the Future Before
Preparing for the Senior Talent Show are class officers
Dave' Layton, president, Ann Harris, treasurerg Dave
O'Br1en, vice presidentg and Kay McGraw, secretary.
Mrs. Vivian Maine and Mr. William Ballentine, class
sponsors, had a wealth of ideas, all of them good.
Ready to take one of the biggest steps
which confront an individual, the typical
senior seemed willing and able to go out and
face the problems of the world. Experiencing
one of the most inspirational four-year
periods in AHS history, seniors climaxed
their high school careers with a graduation
exercise that was held away from Anderson
High School for the first time in many
With the loss of the Wigwam, the spirited
'59ers marched on, holding their traditional
class meetings, dances, parties, and assem-
blies in new places. Bla-ck sweaters and white
cords created more color as seniors continued
to parade throughout the AHS halls.
Highlighting the m ultit ude of senior
activities were the Senior Week events con-
ducted at the close of the year. A talent
show, picnic, and a dance marked the
departure of the last four-year class.
From the first challenge in their freshman
year to the memorable commencement exer-
cises ending their senior year, these '59ers
carved a solid path in AHS history.
Donna Chism, Pat Cox, and Ernie Shields build up
the finances for the senior class at the coat
the Ink on Their Diplomas Was Barely Dry . .
Last minute plans for the traditional Senior Week Ronnie McClain, Nancy Graves, Jon McClintock,
are tlie topics of conversation for senior executive Dave Kimball, John Melson, Nancy Wmemiller, and
committee members Jim Goodnight, Terry Montague, Judy Dilts.
A p ri Z e winning
Homecoming fl o a t
results from hours
of hard work and
They Looked upon
Graduatron as a Farewell
Row 1 BRENDA ABBOTT College Preparatory
Madrrgal Choral Club Grrls Chorus All State
Chorus Honor Socrety Latm Club Hrstory Club
Y Teens Monrtor Cheer Block Class Exec Comm
LANA MARTIN ACHOR College Preparatory
Thespran App Latrn Club Sec J C L XRay
Feature Edrtor YTeens Hrstory Club Honor
Socrety Monrtor Student Councrl Jr Red Cross
Rep F T A Vrce Pres Cheer Block Model U N
Deans Asst DWIGHT ALDRED General Ten
nrs Football Cross Country H1Y Latrn Club
J C L A Club Cheer Block
Row 2 TERRY CHARLES ALEXANDER Gen
eral J Red Cross Rep JAMES HARRY
ALLEMAN Pre Engrneerrng Vrs Ards Asst
H1 Y H R Sec Treas SANDRA JO ANDERSON
College Preparatory Student Councrl Gnls Glee
Club Hrstory Club Latrn Club YTeens Monrtor
Cheer Block M1Xed Chorus Choralettes
Row 3 DAVE ANTHONY General Boys Glee
Club CARLA JEAN ASHBAUGH General
Nurses Asst G R A Counsellng Off Asst Grrls
Chorus Choralettes GARRY JOSEPH BAILEY
General Boys Glee Club
Pres Vrce Pres Publrcatron Rep Head MOHlt0l
Honor Socrety ERVIN K BAKER General
GARY EARL BAKER College Preparatory Foot
ball Basketball A Club H1 Y Cheer Block Latrn
Club J C L H R Pres Vlce Pres
Row 5 JAMES HENRY BAKER General Band
Orchestra Choral Club Madrrgal H R Pres H1Y
Latrn Club Vrce Pres Chess Club Dance Band
Honor Socrety Model U N M M M Vrce Pres
Hrstory Club SHERRY ANNETTE BAKER
Busrness Educatron YTeens Future Retarlers
Sec Nurses Asst JILL TERESA BARONI
Busrness Educatron Nurses Asst
ROW 6 JANET LEE BARRON Buslness Educa
tron YTeens Honor Socrety Ir Hrgh Off Asst
Athletrc Off Asst H R Sec Treas Mrxed Chorus
Grrls Glee Club KARON JO BEASON Busrness
Educatlon Concert Chou Choralettes M M M
DON BEATTY Busmess Educatron H R Pres
M M M Choral Club Boys Glee Club Mrxed
ghorlus All State Chorus Monrtor H1Y Football
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Row 1: GAIL ADAIR BEDFORD-Home Econ-
omics-Counseling' Off. Asst., X-Ray, Annual Staff,
Art Editor, Jr. High Off. Asst., F. T. A. DAVID
RONALD BEHER-General-Baseball, "A" Club.
BEVERLY JEAN BENKO-College Preparatory-
Girls State, Model U. N., Y-Teens, Sec., Latin Club,
Sec., Class Exec. Comm., History Club, Jr. Red
Cross, Indianettes, Latin Club Queen, Safety Queen,
Fall Wind-Up Queen, Honor Society, Biology Asst.,
Head Monitor, H. R. Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.
Row 2: MAX LEE BENSON-General-Cross
Country, Basketball, "A" Club, H. R. Pres., Football.
JULIA BERKEBILE-General. JUDI BINGAMAN
-General-Publication Rep., Latin Club, J. C. L.,
Girls Glee Club, Y-Teens, History Club, Fall Wind-
Up Att., Model U. N., Student Council, Vice Pres.,
Treas.g Cheer Block, Co-Captain, Sr. Dramatics, Pep
Sessions Comm., Head Monitor, Dean's Asst., Thes-
Row 3: DONNA SUE BIRKHEAD-General-
Bible Club, Latin Club, J. C. L., G. R. A., Student
Council, H. R. Sec., Future Nurses, Y-Teens.
BONNIE LOUISE BLACKSHEAR-General-H. R.
Vice Pres., Monitor, Y-Teens, Cheer Block. HOLLIS
Row 4: CYNDA LOU BLOOM-General-Jr. Red
Cross Council, Pres., Cheer Block, Monitor, Y-Teens,
Bible Club, Library Asst., Candy Stand. TONY
BOWMAN-General. JANICE ANN BRANCH-
General-X-Ray, Annual Staff, Underclass Editorg
I. H. S. P. A., Jr. Annual Staff.
Row 5: JOHN DEAN BREECK-General-Ushers,
Monitor. NANCY MAE BRINDUSE-Home Econ-
omics-Honor Society, Cheer Block, Y-Teens, Convo
Comm., Asst. Head Monitor, G. R. A. JOHN
Row 6: BRENDA BROWN-Home Economics-
H. R. Vice Pres., G. R. A. CAROL BROWN-
Business Education. JAMES LARRY BROWN-
College Preparatory-Baseball, Football, Monitor,
H R. Pres., Vice Pres.
Therr Final Year Started on a Dreary Note
Row 1: SAUNDRA RISE BROWN-Business Edu-
cation-G. R. A., Monitor, Jr. Red Cross Rep.
LAURENCE WENDELL BROWN-College Pre-
paratory-Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Hi-Y,
M. M. M. JAMES EDWARD BRUCE-Pre-
Row 2: SHEILA ANN BUCK-General-Girls
Chorus, Choralettes, Student Council, Monitor, H. R.
Vice Pres. LEE JOSEPH BURKE-College Pre-
paratory Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Latin Club,
J. C. L., Candy Stand. LOGAN EUGENE BUTLER
R-ow 3: PAMELA JO BUTTERFIELD-College
Preparatory-Honor Society, Thespians, Latin Club,
History Club, Y-Teens, Vice Pres., Cheer Block,
M. M. M., Choral Club, X-Ray, Editor-in-Chiefg
Pep Sessions Comm., Student Council, Little Chief,
Co-Editor, Concert Choir, Model U. N. JANICE
LOUISE BYRUM-College Preparatory-Honor
Society, Y-Teens, Sec., Student Council, History
Club, Convo Comm., Dean's Asst., Monitor, Annual
Staff, Activities Editor, Latin Club, J. C. L., X-Ray,
Cheer Block, Jr. Red Cross, Model U. N., Thespian
App. BARBARA CADE-General-Asst. Head
Monitor, Nursels Asst.
Row 4: LARRY CAMPBELL-Prqf-Apprentice-
Ushers. DAVID DALE CARPENTER--College
Preparatory-Football, Track, Band. H. R. Pres.,
"A" Club, Cheer Block, Hi-Y. RONALD GORDON
CARPER - College Preparatory - L a t i n Club,
J. C. L., History Club, Thespians, Treas., Class
Exec. Comm., Sr. Dramatics, Dean's Asst.
Row 5: MARY FRANCES CARRAWAY-College
Preparatory-Y-Teens, Indianettes, Soph. Class Sec..
H. R. Pres., Student Council, Treas. PATRICIA
SUE CATES-Business Education-Y-Teens, Girls
Glee Club, X-Ray Asst., Athletic Off. Asst. DAVID
CLARISON CHAMBERS-General-Cross Country,
Basketball, Football, Tennis, Track, J. C. L.. Publica-
tion Rep., Hi-Y.
Row 6: CHARLES PAUL CHASE-General-
Football. CYNTHIA ANN CHASEY-College Pre-
paratory-Cheer Block, Y-Teens, Sec.: Monitor,
H. R. Sec.-Treas., Honor Society, Dean's Asst.
DeANNA CAROL CHEATHAM-Business Educa-
tion-Y-Teens, Nurse's Asst.
S Summer Floods Threatened the Commumt
Row 1: DONNA CHISM-General-Girls Chorus.
ZEBEDEE CHRISTIAN-College Preparatory-
Convo Comm., Publication Rep., H. R. Pres., Monitor,
Track. JAMES ROGERS CLARK-College Pre-
paratory-Vis. Aids Asst., Track, Wrestling, Foot-
ball, History Club, Candy Stand, Boys Glee Club.
Row 2: LYNNE CLEMENTS-College Preparatory
-Latin Club, J. C. L., H. R. Vice Pres., Sec., Treas.,
Orchestra, Head Majorette, Class Exec. Comm.,
Band Asst. GARRY LEON COBB-General-Bible
Club. FRANCES ELAINE COE - General- Girls
Glee Club, Latin Club, Bible Club, Choralettes, Coun-
seling Off. Asst.
Row 3: BILL C. COLLINS-General-"A" Club,
Hi-Y, Cross Country, Track, Football, Manager,
Boys Chorus, Cheer Block, Wrestling, Candy Stand.
DONALD DEE COLVIN-Pre-Apprentice. DAVID
Row 4: JOHN CONDON-General-Hi-Y, Boys
Chorus, Cross Country. LARRY GENE CONNER-
General-Thespians, Pres., Publication Rep., Mon-
itor, Bible Club, Honor Society, Candy Stand, Sr.
Dramatics. LARRY D. CONTOS-College Prepara-
tory-H. R. Pres., Vice Pres., Monitor, Hi-Y, Honor
Society, Annual Staff, Ad Manager, X-Ray, Latin
Club, J. C. L., Model U. N.
Row 5: KENNETH COOK-College Preparatory-
Publication Rep., Boys Chorus, "A" Club, Hi-Y,
Honor Society, Golf, History Club, Monitor, Cheer
Block, Model U. N., Parking Lot Cadet. LARRY
JOE COTTINGHAM -Pre-Apprentice. HOWARD
Row 6: LINDA SUE COX-College Preparatory
-Latin Club, Y-Teens, Monitor, H. R. Sec.-Treas.,
Girls Glee Club, History Club. OTIS EDWARD
COX - Pre-Engineering'- Honor Society, Hi+Y,
Monitor, Model U. N., Student Council, Jr. Red
Cross. PATRICIA JOAN COX-Business Educa-
tion-Model U. N., Counseling Off. Asst., Candy
W1th thc Opcmng of School, Homecoming Sent
Row 1: DAVID NEAL CRANDALL-College
Preparatory-Choral Club, Madrigal, M. M. M.,
Pres., Head Monitor, Orchestra, Wrestling, Tennis,
Boys Glee Club, Publication Rep., H. R. Treas.
ROBERT V. CRIDGE-College Preparatory-Hi-Y,
History Club, Monitor. MARY JANE CRONK-
College Preparatory-Girls Chorus, Mixed Choir,
Choralettes, Choral Club, Madrigal, Orchestra,
M. M. M., Latin Club, J. C. L., Honor Society,
F. T. A., Y-Teens, Cheer Block, Model U. N., All
Row 2: SANDY CROSTHWAITE-Business Edu-
cation-Student Council, Class Exec. Comm., Y-
Teens, H. R. Sec.-Treas., Athletic Asst., Cheer
Block, H. S. Off. Asst. CHARLES MICHAEL
CUMMINGS-College Preparatory-Football, Bas-
ketball, Golf, Cross Country, "A" Club, Honor
Society, Latin Club, J. C. L., Choral Club, History
Club, Cheer Block, H. R. Pres., Model U. N., Boys
State, Head Monitor, Jr. Red Cross, Parking Lot
Cadet, Jr. Rotarian. MELANIE K. DALTON-
College Preparatory-Y-Teens, F. T. A., H. R.
Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.g Honor Society, Orchestra,
Model U. N., Indianettes, H. S. Off. Asst.,
M. M. M., Dance Band.
Row 3: GEORGE DANFORTH-College Prepara-
tory-Baseball, Basketball, Football, Cross Coun-
try, H. R. Pres., "A" Club, Sgt. at Arms: Candy
Stand, Hi-Y, Publication Rep. ROBERT EUGENE
DAVIS - Pre-Apprentice - History Club.
WILFRED STEPHEN DAVIS-Pre-Engineering-
Student Council, Track, Cross Country, Hi-Y, Mon-
itor, Dean's Asst.
Row 4: JUDITH ANN DAYTON-Home Econ-
omics-Gu R. A. DAVID A. DeBOLT-Annual
Staff, Co-Editor-in-Chief, X-Ray, Sports Editor:
Model U. N., Class Exec. Comm., Ushers, Golf,
Jr. Annual Staff, I. H. S. P. A., Publicity Dept.
Asst., Candy Stand, I. U. Journalism Inst.
Row 5: LARRY WAYNE DEITZ-General-
Wrestling, Cross Country, Track, Tennis.
YVONNE DeVASHIR-Business Education-Vari-
ety Show, Choral Club, M. M. M., Mixed Chorus,
Girls Chorus, Monitor, Music Dept. Asst.
BARBARA LOUISE DIEDRING-Business Edu-
cation-Annual Staff, Underclass Editorg Jr.
Annual Staff, Y-Teens, Concert Choir, Cheer
Block, Publicity Dept. Asst.
Row 6: JUDITH ANNE DILTS-College Pre-
paratory-Y-Teens, History Club, Jr. Red Cross,
F. T. A., Library Asst., Student Council, Class
Exec. Comm., Monitor, Music Dept. Asst., Girls
Glee Club, Concert Choir, Model U. N., H. R. Sec.,
Honor Society, Cheer Block. LARRY RICHARD
DOHERTY - Pre-Apprentice - Ushers. SANDY
RuBOIS-Choral Club, Indian Maiden, Library
Seniors Back on the High School Social Track
Row 1: OMAR L. DUFFER-College Prepara-
tory. ADDIE DUNLAP-Business Education-
Y-Teens. G. R. A., Vice Pres., Student Council,
Athletic Off. Asst., Dean's Asst., H. R. Pres.,
Vice Pres.g Monitor, Candy Stand, Cheer Block,
Girls Chorus. MICHAEL JOHN DUNN-General
-Orchestra, Treas.g Choral Club, I. U. Music
Clinic, Thespians, M. M. M., Orchestra, Student
Directory Commencement Speaker.
Row 2: FRED WAYNE EASTES-General-
X-Ray, Student Council, Latin Club. BRENDA
LOU EBBERTT-General-Thespians, Sr. Dra-
matics, Monitor, Y-Teens, H. R. Sec., H. S. Off.
Asst., Dean's Asst., Girls Chorus. THOMAS W.
EVERNHAM-Pre-Engineering-H. R. Pres., Vis.
Aids Asst., Class Exec. Comm., Convo Comm.
Row 3: PAUL DAVID FAIRBURN-General--
Choral Club, Vis. Aids Asst., M. M. M., Monitor,
Boys Chorus. JANICE LEE FERGUSON-Cob
lege Preparatory-Y-Teens, F. T. A., Latin Club,
J. C. L., History Club, Monitor, M. M. M., Nurse's
Asst., Band. JAMES WILLIAM FERRELL-Pre-
Row 4: RONALD FERRELL-General. DENNIS
MICHAEL FISHER-General. JANICE ANN
FISHER - General- Y-Teens, Student Council,
Treas.g Athletic Off. Asst., Monitor, Honor Society,
X-Ray, Managing Editor, Cheerleader, Pep Ses-
sions Comm., H. R. Sec.-Treas., Mixed Choir, Class
Row 5: ARTHUR DALE FITE-Pre-Engineering'
-Thespians, Boys Glee Club. LARRY RONALD
FLETCHER - College Preparatory - Latin Club,
Candy Stand. MELVIN DOUGLAS FOWLER-
gre-Agiprentice-Cross Country, Track, Baseball,
Row 6: SHERRY LEE FRANKLIN-Home Econ-
omics.. MARTHA FRAZIER-'College Prepara-
tory-Library Asst., Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Cheer
Block, Choralettes, Girls Chorus. TERRY LEE
GARDNER-General-Vis. Aids Asst.
They Walked Halls, Begged Candy Stand Clerks
Row 1: DIANA MAE GARRINGER-General--
H. R. Vice Pres., Monitor, Y-Teens, Concert Choir.
ANN GELLINGER-General-Y-Teens, Pep Ses-
sions Comm., Indian Maiden, Monitor, Counseling
Off. Asst., H. R. Sec.-Treas., Cheer Block. JAMES
MICHAEL GILLASPY-College Preparatory-
Football, Baseball, Student Council, H. R. Pres.
Row 2: MARCIA KAY GILLIAM-Business Edu-
cation-Y-Teens, Girls Chorus, Dean's Asst., Coun-
seling Off. Asst., Monitor. STEPHEN BRUCE
GIVENS-College Preparatory-Jr. Red Cross
Rep., Football, Camera Club, Chess Club, Sec.-
Treas.: Honor Society, Monitor, Annual Staff,
Photographer: I. U. Journalism Inst., Jr. Annual
Staff, I. H. S. P. A., Model U. N., Publicity
Dept. Asst. DONNIE ALLEN GLAZEBROOKS--
General-Vis. Aids Asst., Football, Wrestling,
Track, "A" Club, Monitor.
Row 3: JANET BERNITA GLAZEBROOKS-
General. MARY GODBEY - General- Y-Teens.
DAVID LOWELL GOEN-General-H. R. Pres.,
Vice Pres., Publication Rep., Class Exec. Comm.,
Row 4: DENNIS EARL GOODING-General.
CLAUDINE GOODMAN-General-Y-Teens, H. R.
Sec.-Treas.g Candy Stand, Monitor. JAMES E.
GOODNIGHT-General-Hi-Y, M. M. M., Choral
Club, Boys Glee Club, "A" Club, Football, Track,
Publication Rep.. Cheer Block, Tennis.
Row 5: RANDY GORDON-College Preparatory
-Honor Society, Thespians, Monitor, History Club,
Pres.: Jr. Red Cross Rep., Sr. Dramatics, Cheer
Block, Tennis, Model U. N. SANDRA KAY
GORDON-College Preparatory-Model U. N.,
Student Council, History Club, Sec.: Y-Teens, Vice
Pres., Latin Club, Treas.g X-Ray, Editor-in-Chiefg
Monitor, Class Exec. Comm., H. R. Vice Pres.,
Honor Society, Dean's Asst., Thespians, Cheer
Block, Eng. Off. Asst. MARGARET JOANNA
GOUGH-College Preparatory-Choral Club, Mad-
rigal, M. M. M., Dean's Asst., H. R. Vice
Pres., Sec.-Treas.g Girls Chorus, Concert Choir.
Row 6: STEVE K. GRADDY-Pre-Engineering-
H. R. Pres., Vice Pres., Hi-Y, Monitor. DON
GRAHAM - General. JAMES RAYMOND
Wore Traditional Senior Cords and Sweaters
Row 1: DONNA JANE GRANT-General-
Y-Teens, Indianettes, Monitor, Annual Staff, Senior
Editor: Jr. Annual Staff, Publicity Dept. Asst.,
Dean's Asst., Girls Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, H. R.
Sec.-Treas. NORMAN ERROL GRANT-College
Preparatory-Head Monitor, History Club, Model
U. N. NANCY GRAVES-College Preparatory-
Fresh. Class Vice Pres., Y-Teens, Latin Club, His-
tory Club, Pep Sessions Comm., Class Exec. Comm.,
Prom Queen, Choral Club, Dean's Asst., H. R. Sec.-
Treas., Fall Wind-Up Queen Att., Cheer Block.
Row 2: LILLIAN GRAY-General-G. R. A.
PATRICIA ANNE GRAY-Home Economics-
Y-Teens, Girls Glee Club. VILNIS GIRTS
GRENCIONS - Pre-Engineering - Honor Society,
Treas.g Model U. N., Boys State, Chess Club, Mon-
ito1', Candy Stand.
Row 3: MICHAEL F. GRIMES-General-H. R.
Vice Pres., Publication Rep., Hi-Y, X-Ray, Ad
Manager: Monitor, Band, Student Council, X-Ray
Asst., Orchestra, F. T. A. JUDITH KAREN
GUNKEL-General-Future Retailers, Girls Glee
Club, Mixed Choir. CONNIE GUSTIN-College
Preparatory-F. T. A., Honor Society, Student
Council, Counseling Off. Asst., H. R. Sec.-Treas.g
Y-Teens, Annual Staff, Faculty and Education:
Cheer Block, Jr. Annual Staff, I. H. S. P. A.,
Row 4: JOSEPH LEE GWYNN-General.
DORIS HALL-General-Mixed Chorus, Bible
Club, Thespians, Sr. Dramatics, Band. SARALEE
HALL-General-Athletic Off. Asst., Monitor.
Row 5: NILA JANE HAMILTON-General-
Y-Teens, Jr. Annual Staff, Annual Staff, Circula-
tion Manager: Jr. Red Cross, Student Council,
Cheer Block. KAREN JO HANCOCK-General-
Future Retailers. BRIAN HARDY-College Pre-
paratory-Orchestra, Publication Rep., H. R. Pres.,
Hi-Y, Monitor, Latin Club, Band, Dance Band.
Row 6: DAVID PAUL HARP-College Prepara-
tory-Latin Club Phys. Ed. Asst. JAMES
NELSON HARRINGTON - General. ANN
MARIE HARRIS-College Preparatory-Madrigal,
Choral Club, Y-Teens, Treas.g Honor Society, Latin
Club, J. C. L., Class Treas., Class Exec. Comm.,
Pep Sessions Comm., Cheer Block, Co-Captain,
Cheerleader, Orchestra, M. M. M., Little Chief,
Co-Editor, X-Ray, Feature Editor, Girls State,
Model U. N., F. T. A., History Club, Vice Pres.:
Candy Stand, All State Chorus, Dean's Asst., Band.
And Turned Thoughts to Research and Study
Row 1: LINDA JOYCE HARRIS-College Pre-
paratory-Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Sec., Monitor,
BARBARA SUE HARRISON-College Prepara-
tory-Y-Teens, Pres.: Thespians, Vice Pres., Silver
Belle Att., Cheer Block, Latin Club, J. C. L., Mixed
Chorus, H. S. Off. Asst., Girls Chorus, Head Mon-
itor, H. R. Vice Pres., Jr. Red Cross, Class Exec.
Comm., Model U. N., History Club. DAVID LEE
HARdRISON - Pre-Apprentice - Usher, Candy
Row 2: ROLLAND D. HARTLEY-College Pre-
paratory-Track, Mgr., C1'oss Country, Mgr., Bas-
ketball, Mgr.: History Club, "A" Club, H. R. Vice
Pres., Candy Stand. LARRY LEE HARTZELL-
Pre-Apprentice. NANCY .IO HARTZELL-Busi-
ness Education-Y-Teens, Choralettes, Monitor,
Girls Glee Club, H. S. Off. Asst., Annual Staff,
Office Manager, Cheer Block, Mixed Choir, X-Ray,
Candy Stand, F. T. A.
Row 3: SANDRA KAY HARTZELL-Business
Education-Y-Teens, Nurse's Asst., Monitor, H. R.
Sec., Candy Stand. HAROLD EUGENE
HATFIELD--General. DENNIS HAYNES-
genegal-Dean's Asst., Phys. Ed. Asst., Candy
Row 4: PHIL HEMPLEMAN-General-Honor
Society, X-Ray, Baseball, Wrestling. SHARON
KAY HENDERSON-Business Education-Y-Teens,
Choralettes, Publication Rep., Monitor, Mixed
Chorus, Girls Chorus, Counseling Off. Asst.
MAFRGARET LOUISE HENNIGAR-General-
Row 5: JOHN EARLE HENSLER-College Pre-
paratory-History Club, Latin Club, J. C. L., Hi-Y,
"A" Club, Football, Basketball, Track, Golf, H. R.
Pres., Monitor, Cheer Block. SUE ANN HERITAGE
-College Preparatory-F. T. A., History Club,
Y-Teens, Cheer Block, Choralettes, Monitor, Library
Asst., Girls Chorus. WILLIAM HESTER-General
Row 6: LINDA KAY HIATT-College Preparatory
-Latin Club, J. C. L., History Club, Rec. Sec.:
Student Council, Corres. Sec.: Class Exec. Comm.,
H. R. Vice Pres., Jr. Red Cross Rep., Y-Teens,
Monitor, Cheer Block, Cheerleader, Pep Sessions
Comm., Dean's Asst. STEVEN MASON
ROBERT WAYNE HIMES-Pre-Engineering'-Bas-
ketball, Track, Cross Country, Chess Club.
as Critics Demanded More SCICIICC and Math
Row 1: DAVID JERRY HOBBS-General-Thes-
pians, Hi-Y, Sr. Dramatics, Candy Stand.
DARRELL RICHARD HOFER-General. ROBERT
VAN HUDSON-General-Monitor, Vis. Aids Asst.,
Choral Club, Orchestra, Hi-Y, Torch Club, H. R.
Row 2: WAYNE ARLIN HUFF-Pre-Apprentice-
Track, Monitor. MARCIA KAY HUFFER-Busi-
ness Education-Y-Teens, Monitor, Candy Stand,
G. R. A., Library Asst., Student Council, Girls
Chorus. JOHN PHILLIP HURLEY-General-
Thespians, Orchestra, Vice Pres.
Row 3: MICHAEL LEWIS HURLEY-College
Preparatory-Monitor, Dean's Asst., Thespians, Vis.
Aids Asst., Boys Glee Club, Candy Stand, History
Club. ELIZABETH ANN HYLAND-Business
Education-Jr. Red Cross Rep., Monitor, Orchestra,
G. R. Pi., Y-Teens. HARRY THOMAS HYLAND-
Row 4: JUDITH KAY IMEL-General--Y-Teens,
Monitor, Dean's Asst., Music Dept. Asst., Girls
Chorus. IRMA LEE IRVING-Business Education
-Monitor, Girls Chorus, Mixed Choir, G. R. A., Sec.,
All State Chorus, Jr. Red Cross Rep., Biology Asst.,
Y-Teens. LESLIE JACKSON-General-Track.
Row 5: PAT JACKSON-Lapel H. S., Cheer Block,
Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Monitor. ROBERT T.
JACKSON-General-Monitor, Class Exec. Comm.,
Student Council, Parliamentariang "A" Club, Cross
Country, Track, X-Ray, Editor-in-Chief. THOMAS
F. JACKSON-Pre-Apprentice-Model U. N., Ush-
ers, Pres., Vis. Aids Asst.
Row 6: JACK LEE JEFFRIES-Pre-Apprentice.
ROBERT JAMES-General-Football, Wrestling,
"A" Club. CHARLES GARY JOHNSON-Pre-
Apprentice-Basketball, Cross Country, Track,
A Sl50,000 Building
Face-Lifting Project Gav
Row 1: JACK JOHNSON-General-Baseball Mgr.
VERA JOHNSON-General. ETHEL REA JONES
-Home Economics-Phys. Ed. Asst.
Row 2: JACQUELINE KAY JONES-Business
Education-Y-Teens, H. R. Pres., Sec., Concert
Choir, Eng. Off. Asst., Monitor, Girls Chorus, Music
Dept. Asst., Library Asst. ROBERT C. JONES-
College Preparatory-Bible Club, Vice Pres., Choral
Club, M. M. M., Latin Club, J. C. L., Wrestling,
Cross Country, Orchestra, Band, Captain, Band Asst.
CAROLYN SUE JORDAN-Business Education-
Y-Teens, Future Retailers, Treas.3 H. R. Pres., Vice
lgres., Sec.-Treas.g X-Ray, Monitor, Publicity Dept.
Row 3: ROBERT KARL KANABLE-General-
Football, Wrestling, "A" Club, Hi-Y, Cheer Block,
Monitor, Track, Phys. Ed. Asst. DAN KEENEY-
General. KAREN SUE KELLEY-Business Educa-
tion-History Club, F. T. A., Y-Teens, Cheer Block,
Jr. Red Cross, H. R. Sec.-Treas., Library Asst., Candy
Row 4: JERRY DeWAYNE KENDALL-General
-Library Asst. DAVID LAURENCE KIMBALL-
Pre-Engineering-Hi-Y, Pres.: Class Exec. Comm.,
H. R. Vice Pres., Dean's Asst., Head Monitor, Model
U. N. WILLIAM LEE KIMMERLING-Pre-
Apprentice-Vis. Aids Asst.
Row 5: CARL LEE KING-General-D. E. C .A.,
Future Retailers. GEORGIA KING-Home Econ-
omics-G. R. A. FRED KINGSBURY-General-
"A" Club, Hi-Y, Pres.: H. R. Pres., Track, Football,
Cross Country, Cheer Block.
Row 6: MICHAEL GLEN KIRKPATRICK-Col-
lege Preparatory-Monitor, Library Asst., Candy
Stand. JUDITH ANNETTE KNICK--Business
Education-Y-Teens, Publication Rep., Thespians,
Sr. Dramatics, X-Ray, Monitor. ANNE KNOTTS-
Business Education-Latin Club, J. C. L., History
Club, Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross Rep., Monitor, Dean's
Asst., Cheer Block, G. R. A.
Seniors a New Pride in the Home oi the Indians
Row 1: LINDA LOU KNOTTS-General-Y-Teens,
History Club, F. T. A., Cheer Block, Jr. Red Cross,
Library Asst., Dean's Asst., Monitor. PATTY ANN
KNOTTS-General-Monitor, G. R. A., Candy Stand,
Girls Chorus, Phys. Ed. Asst. RONALD FLOYD
Row 2: BILL LANG-General-Hi-Y, "A" Club,
Football. LARRY KENT LARGE - General.
PAUL ALLEN LARSON-General.
Row 3: JAMES ALVIN LAVENDER-General-
Student Council. VERNAL DAVID LAYTON-Col-
lege Preparatory-Hi-Y, Latin Club, Convo Comm.,
Football, Track, Cross Country, Basketball, "A"
Club, Jr. Rotarian, Class Pres., Choral Club, Student
Council, Class Exec. Comm., History Club, Cheer
Block, Boys Glee Club, Model U. N., Candy Stand,
All State Chorus, Purdue Legis. Assembly.
FRANCIS MARION LAYTON-Pre-Engineering.
Row 4: WILLIAM NEWTON LAYTON-General
-Baseball. GLEE ANN LEAVER-Business Edu-
cation-Library Asst., Monitor, Dean's Asst., Jr. Red
Cross. JUDITH ANN LEE-Business Education-
Y-Teens, G. R. A., Treas.g Cheer Block, Girls Chorus.
Row 5: PATRICK ALBERT LEE-Pre-Engineer
ing-H. R. Pres., Convo Comm., Head Monitor, Honor
Society, Hi-Y, Model U. N., Sec.-Gen.: Dean's Asst.,
Valedictorian. DORIS JEANETTE LEFFEL-
Home Economics-Latin Club, Y-Teens, Library
Asst., Mixed Chorus. JUDITH ARLENE LEISURE
-General-H. R. Sec., Y-Teens, Spring Fling
Queen, Library Asst., Monitor.
Row 6: JUDITH ANN LENNIS-Business Educa-
tion-F. T. A., Y-Teens. JERRY WAYNE LEWIS
-College Preparatory-Basketball, Cross Country,
Monitor. LINDA JOYCE LEWIS-College Pre-
paratory-Y-Teens, Latin Club, J. C. L., History
Club, Student Council, Dean's Asst., Cheer Block,
Pep Sessions Comm., Sr. Dramatics.
But Again Disaster Struck When the Wigwa
Row 1: PATTI LEWIS-Home Economics-H. R.
Vice Pres., Sec., Latin Club, Jr. Red Cross, Candy
Stand. STEPHEN DALE LINDSEY-General-
Band, Candy Stand, Latin Club. TOM LINVILLE
-Pre-Engineering-H. R. Vice Pres., Cross Country,
Basketball, Baseball, "A" Club, Monitor.
Row 2: ANITA CARROL LITTRELL--Home
Economics-Y-Teens, Choral Club, M. M. M., Library
Asst., Monitor. MICHAEL ROGER LORTZ-Col-
lege Preparatory-Latin Club, Monitor, Jr. Red
Cross. PATRICIA ANN LOSER-General-Choral
Club, Girls Glee Club, Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus,
klonitor, Y-Teens, Eng. Off. Asst., Athletic Off.
Row 3: CAROLE McALLISTER-General-Girls
Chorus, Choralettes, Bible Club. RUTH LOUISE
McALLISTER-College Preparatory-Choral Club,
Madrigal, Sec., Honor Society, M. M. M., Treas.g
H. R. Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.g Dean's Asst., Cheer
Block, Girls State, Y-Teens, I. U. Music Clinic, Model
U. N., Latin Club, Valedictorian. JERRY
Row 4: JON McCLINTOCK-College Preparatory
-Band, Monitor, Class Exec. Comm., H. R. Vice
Pres., Latin Club, Hi-Y. LORA FRANCES
McCORMICK-Business Education-Dean's Asst.,
Candy Stand, Y-Teens, Library Asst. CHARLES
Row 5: GARY LOREN McDONALD-College Pre-
paratory-Monitor, Latin Club, J. C. L. JANICE
K. McGIVERN - General - Y-Teens. KAY
McGRAW-College Preparatory-Cheerleader, Cap-
tain, F. T. A., Y-Teens, Pres., Latin Club, Parlia-
mentariang J. C. L., Student Council, H. R. Vice
Pres., Sec., Candy Stand, Class Sec., Model U. N.,
Dean's Asst., Honor Society, History Club, Orchestra,
Fall Wind-Up Att., Pep Sessions Comm., Sr. Dra-
Row 6: MARTHA GAYLE McGUFFEY-Business
Education-Eng. Off. Asst., Y-Teens, Candy Stand,
M. M. M., Choralettes, Girls Glee Club. GEORGE
EDWARD McKEAND - Pre-Apprentice - Candy
Stand. PATRICK JOSEPH McKEAND-College
Preparatory-Annual Staff, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Jr.
Annual Staff, Publicity Dept. Asst., I. U. Journalism
Inst., I. H. S. P. A., Valedictorian, X-Ray, Feature
Editor, Publication Rep., Candy Stand, Class Exec.
Comm., Student Council, Latin Club, J. C. L., Model
U. N., Monitor, Honor Society, Cheer Block.
Burned and Onl a Blackened Shell Remamed
Row 1: EARL BROOKS McKINNEY-Genera1-
Candy Stand, Wrestling. PATRICIA E.
McLAUGHLIN-College Preparatory-Cheer Block,
G. R. A., Latin Club, J. C. L., Phys. Ed. Asst.
HARRY DANIEL McVEY - Pre-Apprentice --
Wrestling, Vis. Aids Asst.
Row 2: JAMES R. McVEY-Business Education-
Future Retailers, Vis. Aids Asst. LINDA MAHON
-General-Girls Glee Club, Choralettes, M. M. M.,
Future Nurses. ANITA KAY MANIS-Home
Economics-Nurse's Asst., Monitor.
Row 3: THELMA JEAN MANUEL-Business
Education-Library Asst., Annual Staff, Faculty and
Education, Jr. Annual Staff, Honor Society.
DARRELL ALLEN MARTIN-Business Education
-Boys Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Choral Club,
M. M. M., Future Retailers, All State Chorus.
MARY PAULINE MASON-College Preparatory-
Cheer Block, Candy Stand, Dean's Asst.. Monitor,
Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Treas.g Thespians, Publica-
tion Rep., Girls Chorus, Mixed Choir, Choral Club,
M. M. M., F. T. A., Convo Comm., Latin Club, Model
U. N., J. C L., History Club.
Row 4: R O B E R T WAYNE MASON -- Pre-
A p p r e n t i c e. LARRY BRUCE MASSEY-Pre-
Apprentice-"A" Club, Cross Country, Track, Mon-
itor, Cheer Block. BILLY JOE MAXWELL-Pre-
Row 5: SUE ANN MEISER-General-Y-Teens,
Homecoming Queen Att., Thespians, H. R. Vice Pres..
H. S. Off. Asst., X-Ray, Jr. Annual Staff, Dean's
Asst., F. T. A., Monitor. MATIAS MELENDEZ-
College Preparatory-Baseball, Monitor, Wrestling,
"A" Club, Cheer Block. JOHN A. MELSON-Col-
lege Preparatory-Choral Club, Band, Dance Band,
Dean's Asst., H. R. Pres., Class Exec. Comm.,
M. M. M., Latin Club, J. C. L., Honor Society, Model
U. N., Orchestra.
Row 6: JON MELZER-General. LARRY LEE
MILAM-Pre-Engineering-Football, Captain: Hi-Y,
"A" Club. DAVID MILLER-General-Basketball,
Track, Cross Country.
Still High School Enthusiasm Hit New Peaks
Row 1: THOMAS ANDREW MILLER-College
Preparatory-Golf, H. R. Sec., Latin Club, J. C. L.,
Thespian App., M. M. M., Convo Comm., Boys
Chorus, All State Chorus, Orchestra, Model U. N.,
Choral Club, Madrigal, Pres., Honor Society, Pres.,
Jr. Rotarian. TERRY LOU MONTAGUE-General
-Band, Treas., Y-Teens, Class Exec. Comm., H. R.
Pres., Jr. Red Cross, Sec., Cheer Block, Homecoming
Queen, Prom Queen Att. NANCY LEE MOORE-
Business Education-Y-Teens, Publication Rep.
Row 2: PHYLLIS ANN MORELAND-General-
Latin Asst. JOYCE MARIE MORGAN-Business
Education-H. R. Pres., Treas., Publication Rep.,
G. R. A., Eng. Off. Asst., Monitor. JACK MORRIS
-College Preparatory-H. R. Pres., Student Council,
Class Exec. Comm., Hi-Y, Sec., "A" Club, Baseball,
Wrestling, Cheer Block, Head Monitor, Latin Club,
Jr. Red Cross.
Row 3: MARCIA ELLEN NEFF-Business Educa-
tion-Y-Teens, Cheer Block, History Club, Jr. Red
Cross, Dean's Asst. DANNY ROSS NELSON-
General. JAY D. NEWBERN-College Preparatory
-Band, Head Drum Major, Dance Band, Hi-Y, Sec.,
Latin Club, J. C. L., Torch Club, Dean's Asst., Mon-
itor, Publication Rep., H. R. Sec., Honor Society,
Model U. N.
Row 4: THOMAS NEWMAN-College Preparatory
-Choral Club, Mixed Chorus, Boys Chorus, Thes-
pians, M. M. M., Monitor, Golf, Hi-Y, X-Ray, Sports
Editor, Latin Club, J. C. L., Model U. N. MYRL A.
NISELY-Pre-Engineering-H. R. Vice Pres., Pub-
lication Rep., Monitor, Boys Chorus, Choral Club,
Madrigal, All State Chorus, M. M. M., Honor Society.
.gMb LEE NORRICK-Pre-Apprentice-Boys Glee
Row 5: CAROL NUGENT-General-Future Re-
tailers. DAVID MICHAEL O'BRIEN-College Pre-
paratory-Boys Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Choral Club,
Vice Pres., Madrigal, M. M. M., Pres., Thespian
App., Honor Society, Class Vice Pres.. H. R. Pres.,
Vice Pres., Class Exec. Comm., Commencement
Speaker, Golf, Convo Comm., Model U. N.
CHARLES BARRY OGLE-Pre-Engineering-Base
gall, Hi-Y, H. R. Pres., Vice Pres., Treas., Jr. Red
Row 6: JAY OHLER-General. JIM ROLAND
OSBORNE-College Preparatory-"A" Club, Sec.,
Football, Captain, Basketball, Tennis, Dean's Asst.,
Asst. Head Monitor, Hi-Y, Vice Pres., H. R. Pres.,
Vice Pres., Latin Club, J. C. L. JIM OTTO-
s the Long-Neglected Aud1t0r1um Was Found
Row 1: JAMES OWENS-General-Ushers.
BEVERLY JO PARKS-Business Education-Stu-
dent Council, Publication Rep., Counseling Off. Asst.,
Library Asst., Y-Teens, H. R. Sec., G. R. A.
IQIRARTHA SUE PATE-General-Y-Teens, Mixed
Row 2: BUDDY PATTERSON-General-Cross
Country, H. R. Pres., Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.g Hi-Y,
Sgt. at Arms, Future Retailers. LUCIENNE
OTHELIA PATTERSON - Home Economics -
G. R. A., Jr. Red Cross, Girls Chorus, Monitor.
SUSIE PATTERSON -- General- Y-Teens, Latin
glub, History Club, Girls Chorus, Choralettes, Future
Row 3: WANDAVEE PAYTON-General. LARRY
EUGENE PETERS - Pre-Apprentice. MARY
BETH PHELPS-General-Girls Glee Club, Concert
Choir, Choral Club, Sec.: Madrigal, Student Council,
M. M. M., Music Dept. Asst., Counseling Off. Asst.,
H. R. Pres, Sec.-Treas.g Cheer Block, Monitor.
Row 4: PATRICK EARL PHERSON-General-
Ushers, Wrestling, Parking' Lot Cadet. SANDRA
K. PHILLIPPE-General-G. R. A., Pres., Treas.g
Y-Teens, Girls Chorus, Bible Club, Pres.: Student
Council, Honor Society, F. T. A., Future Retailers,
Vice Pres. BILL T. PHILLIPS-General-Hi-Y,
Future Retailers, Cross Country, Candy Stand.
Row 5: CARROLL PHILLIPS - General.
THEODORE MAX PICKEL - Pre-Engineering -
Honor Society, Vice Pres.g "A" Club, H. R. Pres.,
Vice Pres., Sec., Dean's Asst., Monitor, Cross Coun-
try, Mgr., Track, Mgr., Model U. N. RONALD
EI-EERMAN PICKETT-General-"A" Club, Base-
Row 6: WILLIAM H. PRESSER-General-Thes-
pians, H. R. Vice Pres. WILMA LINDOLA
PRITCHARD-Business Education-Y-Teens, Mon-
itor, Girls Chorus, Mixed Chorus, X-Ray, Asst.:
Cheer Block, Counseling Off. Asst. JON
And Student Committees Produced More Homey
Row 1: VOSS EDWARD PURKEY-General-
Track, Tennis, Hi-Y, "A" Club. MARY LOUISE
PUTERBAUGH - General. HELEN MARIE
QUALLO-General-Monitor, Y-Teens, Latin Club,
Athletic Off. Asst., Music Dept. Asst., Mixed Chorus,
Choralettes, Future Nurses.
Row 2: GEORGE RAYMOND RALSTON-Pre-
Engineering--H. R. Pres., Vice Pres., Student Coun-
cil, History Club, Hi-Y, Class Exec. Comm., Torch
Club. WILLIAM EDWARD RANSHAW-Pre-
Engineering-Track, Cross Country, Basketball,
Baseball, H. R. Pres., Sec., Monitor, Torch Club,
Hi-Y, Candy Stand. CAROL ANN RATZLAFF-
College Preparatory-Choral Club, Concert Choir,
Mixed Chorus, M. M. M., H. R. Pres., Monitor, Music
Dept. Asst., Cheer Block.
Row 3: NORVAL LEW RECTOR-Pre-Apprentice.
BILL REES-General-Track, Baseball, Monitor.
MARY ANNE RICHARDSON-General.
Row 4: STEPHEN WILLIAM RICHARDSON- ,
Pre-Engineering-Choral Club, Orchestra, Student
Council, Vice Pres., Class Exec. Comm., Hi-Y, Mon-
itor. EARL RICHMAN-General-H. R. Pres.,
Mixed Chorus. SHARON KAY RIGGS-College
Preparatory-Monitor, Biology Asst., History Club,
Latin Club, Girls Chorus, Choralettes, Y-Teens,
Honor Society, Future Nurses, Bible Club.
Row 5: PHIL RINKER-College Preparatory-
Latin Club, Monitor, History Club, Treas., H. R.
Vice Pres., Treas., Publication Rep., Cheer Block.
PAT ROBBINS - College Preparatory - History
Club, Ushers, Monitor. JANICE SUE ROBINSON
XBusiness Education-Y-Teens, Monitor, Eng. Off.
Row 6: DAN ROBY-College Preparatory-Class
President, Student Council, Pres., Latin Club, Choral
Club, Pres., Hi-Y, M. M. M., H. R. Pres., Monitor,
All State Chorus, Purdue Legis. Assembly, Model
U. N., Boys State, Jr. Rotarian, Commencement
Speaker, Honor Society, J. C. L., Nat. Parlia-
mentarian. CARLA LOUISE ROGERS-Business
Education-Monitor, Choralettes, G. R. A., Girls i
Chorus, Choral Club. SHARON RAE ROHR-Home
Economics-G. R. A.,.Cheer Block, Phys. Ed. Asst.
and Spirited Pep Sessions,
Row 1: ELEN LEA RORK-College Preparatory-
Columbus H. S., Monitor. MICHAEL B. ROWE--
General-Band, Dance Band, Orchestra, Hi-Y,
Thespians, Latin Club, H. R. Treas., Pep Sessions
Comm., Model U. N. ROBERT GERALD ROZELLE
-General-Hi-Y, X-Ray, Dean's Asst., Madrigal,
Choral Club, Honor Society, Publication Rep., Boys
Chorus, Mixed Chorus.
Row 2: RUTH ANN SCHARNOWSKE-General-
Thespians, Sec., Y-Teens, Monitor, Dean's Asst.,
Choralettes, Counseling Off. Asst., Cheer Block, Sr.
Dramatics. ROBERT GENE SCHATTNER-Gen-
eral. REBECCA LEE SCHERER - Publication
Rep., Jr. Red Cross, Y-Teens, Nurse's Asst., Coun-
seling Off. Asst.
Row 3: CAROLYN SUE SCHILDMEIER-Busi-
ness Education-Monitor, Y-Teens, Eng. Off. Asst.
LUCINDA HARRIETT SCOTT-College Prepara-
tory-Model U. N., Monitor, Y-Teens, History Club,
Treas.g Dean's Asst., Latin Club, J. C. L. LARRY
FRANCIS SELLS-College Preparatory--Class Vice
Pres., Purdue Legis. Assembly, Model U. N., Convo
Comm., Honor Society, Candy Stand, Boys State.
Row 4: BONNIE JO SHANK-Business Education
-Girls Glee Club, Latin Club, Honor Society,
Y-Teens, H. R. Vice Pres., Sec.-Treas.g H. S. Off.
Asst., Valedictorian. JUDY ANN SHEETS-Gem
eral. JOYCE LYNN SHELTON-College Prepara-
tory-Girls Chorus, Concert Choir, Choral Club,
F. T. A., Y-Teens, M. M. M., Monitor, Orchestra,
All State Chorus.
Row 5: JIM SHEPHERD-General. ERNEST
GENE SHIELDS-General. MIKE SHIPLEY-
General-Hi-Y, Band, Dance Band, Orchestra, Foot-
ball, M. H. H. S. Band Capt.
Row 6: GRETCHEN SHIVELY-General-
Y-Teens, Phys. Ed. Asst. JUDITH ANN
Sl-IOEMAKER - College Preparatory - Y-Teens,
Treas.g History Club, Vice Pres., H. R. Pres., Vice
Pres., F. T. A., Honor Society, Sec., H. S. Off.
Asst., Girls State, X-Ray, Managing Editorg Class
Exec. Comm., Pep Sessions Comm., Cheer Block,
Model U. N. KAREN DEE SIMPSON-General-
Choral Club, F. T. A., M. M. M., Cheer Block, H. R.
Pres., Publication Rep., Monitor, Y-Teens, Girls
ghci-rusAChora1ettes, All State Chorus, Candy Stand,
A Year Long Plan of Action Bore Fruit in un
Row 1: GRAYDON DANIELS SKEOCH-Pre-
Engineering-Hi-Y, Dean's Asst., Student Council,
Publication Rep. NANCY ELIZABETH SKINNER
-College Preparatory-Y-Teens, Choral Club, Sr.
Dramatics, Thespians, Bible Club, G. R. A., Sec.,
Girls Chorus, Concert Choir, M. M. M., F. T. A.,
Counseling Off Asst., H. R. Vice Pres., Publication
Rep. STEVE A. SKINNER-Business Education.
Row 2: THOMAS SLINKARD-College Prepara-
tory-Student Council, Class Exec. Comm., Monitor.
JOANNE SLOAN - General - Indianettes, Music
Dept. Asst., Monitor, Y-Teens. C H A R L E N E
SMIEH-Business Education-Jr. Red Cross, Candy
Row 3: DELORES EVELYN SMITH - Business
Education-G. R. A., Counseling Off. Asst. KAREL
ANN SMITH - College Preparatory - Latin Club,
Corres. Sec., J. C. L., History Club, Indianettes,
M. M. M., Choral Club, Y-Teens, Vice Pres., Student
Council, Dean's Asst., H. R. Vice Pres., Girls Glee
Club. LOUISE SMITH-H o m e E c o n o m i c s-
Y-Teens, Homecoming Queen Att., H. R. Pres., Girls
Row 4: MICHAEL DALE SMITH-College Pre-
paratory-Latin Club, Golf. RALPH SMITH-
General-Monitor, Boys Chorus. SHIRLEY SMITH
Row 5: KAY DIAN SNIDER-Business Education
-Cheer Block, Phys. Ed. Asst., Dean's Asst.,
G. R. A., H. R. Sec.-Treas. EDDIE LEE
SNODGRASS-General-Indian Dancer. DARLENE
SORRELL-General-Girls Glee Club.
Row 6: MARGARET MAE SPARKS-General.
ROBERT EDGAR SPEEDY - General. REX
When Activities Blossomed for Senior Week
Row 1: FRED SPRAGUE-Pre-Engineering-
Honor Society, Head Monitor. LILLIAN GINGER
STANKEY-General-Library Asst. BETTY LOU
STEPHENS-Business Education-Y-Teens, Jr. Red
Cross Rep., Publication Rep., Library Asst.
Row 2: JACQUELINE LEE STEWART-General
-G. R. A., Jr. Red Cross Rep., Monitor. SALLY
ANN STOKES-Home Economics-Y-Teens, Treas.g
History Club, Dean's Asst., H. R. Sec.-Treas., Sr.
Dramatics, Monitor, Cheer Block. SUE CAROL
STREATY-General-G. R. A.
Row 3: LARRY G. SUTTON-Pre-Engineering-
Hi-Y, Treas., "A" Club, Monitor, Football Mgr.,
Basketball Mgr., Track Mgr. ARTHUR JOE SWIFT
-Pre-Engineering-Hi-Y, Honor Society, Boys
State, Chess Club, Candy Stand. TOM TALLMAN
-General-Football, Track, Basketball, "A" Club,
Row 4: TOM L. TAPPAN-General-Honor Soci-
ety, Choral Club, Latin Club, Student Council, Pep
Sessions Comm., Class Exec. Comm., H. R. Pres.,
Boys Glee Club. DIANA KAY TAYLOR-College
Preparatory-Honor Society, Model U. N., F. T. A.,
Publication Rep., Y-Teens, History Club, Cheer
Block, Mixed Chorus, Choralettes, Monitor, Library
Asst., X-Ray, Associate Editor, Jr. Annual Staff.
HARRY THOMAS TAYLOR-College Preparatory
-Hi-Y, "A" Club, Football, Track, Latin Club,
J. C. L., Student Council, Cheer Block.
Row 5: LARRY RUSSELL TAYLOR-General-
Baseball, "A" Club. STEVEN ROBERT TAYLOR
- College Preparatory - Hi-Y, Orchestra, Track,
Cross Country, Mixed Chorus. JOHN T. TEAGUE
-General-Football, Basketball, Baseball, "A" Club.
Row 6: JAY C. THOMPSON--College Preparatory
-Student Council, Class Exec. Comm., Monitor,
Hi-Y, H. R. Vice Pres., Treas. DeANNA SUE
TIBBETTS-Business Education, Future Retailers.
LOUIE TOWNSEND-General-Jr. Red Cross, Boys
Glee Club, Track, Football.
But Graduation, Caps, Gowns, and Specche
R-ow 1: DARYL LEE TRAVIS-Pre-Apprentice.
MARY JEAN TRENNEPOHL-Business Education
-Y-Teens, Annual Staff, Activities Editor: Jr. An-
iaual Stfaff, Eng. Off. Asst. BETTY JO TURNER-
Row 2: RONNIE LEE TURNER-Pre-Apprentice.
ROSALIE KAY TURNER-Home Economics-Latin
Club. MARLENE KAY TUTEROW-General--
Y-Teens, History Club, F. T. A.
Row 3: JOAN TWIGG-Home Economics. DINAH
LEE TYLER-College Preparatory-Latin Club,
State J. C. L. Rec. Sec.: Y-Teens, Honor Society,
Class Exec. Comm., H. R. Vice Pres., Student Coun-
cil, Rec. Sec.: D. A. R. Award, Homecoming Queen,
Convo Comm., Model U. N., Girls State, Head Mon-
iiiolrat DONALD REX UPSHAW-General-Golf,
Row 4: EDDIE VAN NESS-Pre-Engineering-
Honor Society, Monitor, Hi-Y, Football, Track, Model
U. N. THELMA ELIZABETH WADE-General-
Girls Glee Club, G. R. A. ROBERT WALBRIDGE
Row 5: DAVID LEE WALKER-General-Boys
Glee Club. JOYCE ANN WATSON - General.
JUDITH JO ANN WEBSTER-General-Y-Teens,
History Club, Band, Sec.: M. M. M., Boys Chorus
Accompanist, Sr. Dramatics, H. R. Sec.-Treas., Pub-
lication Rep., Monitor, Cheer Block.
Row 6: JAMES H. WELCH - General - Ushers.
MICHAEL GENE WELCH-General. RONNIE
gELLS-General-Thespians, Class Exec. Comm.,
roclaimccl the End of a H1gh School Era
Row 1: BARBARA ELLEN WHELAN-General-
Latin Club, Monitor, Nurse's Asst., Class Exec.
Comm. JANICE WHITEAKER - General.
SHERON KAYE WI-IITEMAN-General-Jr. An-
nual Staff, Annual Staff, Senior Editor, Y-Teens,
Library Asst., Future Nurses, Choralettes, Girls
Glee Club, Publication Rep., Latin Club, J. C. L.,
History Club, M. M. M., Publicity Dept. Asst.
Row 2: BILL E. WICKER - Pre-Apprentice.
G E R A L D I N E WICKER -- Home Economics.
DIANNE KAY WILEY - Home Economics - Y-
Row 3: RICHARD ALLEN WILEY - Pre-
Apprentice-"A" Club, Cross Country, Hi-Y, Cheer
Block, H. R. Vice Pres., Publication Rep. BARBARA
LEE WILLIAMS - General. PAUL DAVID
Row 4: STEVE ALBERT WILLIAMS-Business
Education. TOM W. WILLIAMS-Pre-Engineering'
-Football, Basketball, Track, Golf, "A" Club, Hi-Y,
Honor Society, H. R. Pres., Vice Pres., Class Exec.
Comm., Student Council. CHARLOTTE JAYN
WILLIS-General-Orchestra, M. M. M., Counseling
Off. Asst., Music Dept. Asst., G. R. A., Girls Glee
Club, Mixed Chorus, Candy Stand, Girls State,
Row 5: CONNIE JEAN WILSON - General -
Nurse's Asst., Journalism Asst., Library Asst., Latin
Club, J. C. L., X-Ray, Exchange Editor, Typistg
Monitor. NANCY KAY WINEMILLER-Home
Economics-Y-Teens, Class Exec. Comm. LINDA
KAY WOOLS-General-Y-Teens, Class Exec.
Row 6: PEGGY SUE WOOLS-Business Education
-Y-Teens, Nurse's Asst., Library Asst., Counseling
Off. Asst. SHARON KAY WOOLS-General-
Orchestra. CYNTHIA ANN WRIGHT-College
Preparatory-Class Vice Pres., Publication Rep.,
Honor Society, Dean's Asst., Monitor, Model U. N.,
Convo Comm., Student Council, Rec. Sec., Sr. Dra-
matics, Latin Club, J. C. L., Cheer Block, Y-Teens,
Girls Glee Club.
Yes, 1959 Was a Marvelous, Momentous Year.
Row 1: SALLY LEA WYATT-Business Education
-Y-Teens. JANET KAY WYNN-General-Honor
Society, Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Vice Pres.: Future
Nurses, Cheer Block, Monitor. MARY CATHERINE
The class of 1959 will always be remembered as
an adventurous, ambitious, all-American class. The
graduating members left AHS with memories of
four enthusiastic, stimulating years of unforge-ttable
experiences-some happy and a few sad.
Within four years, however, many changes took
place. Some included the changing of the school
system which left the 59ers the last four-year class
in AHS history, the decreasing numbers of students
which was caused by the building of a new high
school, and perhaps the most heartbreaking-the
burning of the traditional Wigwam. This tragic
incident left the '59 grads without a home for
commencement exercises and many other senior
Nevertheless, this year's graduating class upheld
the traditions of every other passing class. The
vigorous, versatile, venturesome class of '59 will be
a prominent milestone in AHS history.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED-Gary Adams, Harry Armstrong, Reuben Atkins, Harold Boggs, Bob Breese,
Robert Brown, Frances Burkhart, Earl Carper, Roosevelt Carter, Lola Cave, Larry Cookman, L. C. Cooley,
Philip Freeman, Charles Fulton, John Holbert, Herman L. Jennings, Wayne Joslin, James Laswell, David
Lennis, Ronnie McClain, Gary Malson, Anna Millhouse, Jimmy Morgan, Richard Patterson, Jack Rensel, Jim
Rolland, Pete Sczesny, Ray D. Smith, Penny Snideman, Norman Van Voorhis, Lovell Wilkerson, Glenda
Wilkinson, Willie Williams, Junius Winfrey, John W. Woodall.
uniors Inspired, Intrigued by Events of Year
Members of the junior class combined their
efforts, abilities, and talents to make 1959
an interesting, inspiring, intriguing year.
An entry in the Homecoming Parade, plans
for the best Prom ever, and other typical
class projects were only a few of the many
events sponsored by the class of '60 this
In preparing for the Prom, every junior
assisted with the arrangements in one way
or ano-ther. Plans were made for the election
of the Prom Queen, the place where the dance
would take place, and the band that would
provide the entertainment. Other hard-
working class members helped finance the
dance by working at the candy stand.
Familiar juniors could be seen going to
football and basketball games, working in
various club activities, and walking the halls
as other classes had traditionally done. In
showing such an avid interest for Anderson
High School, these students experienced
many new and exciting situations.
At the close of the year the junior class
began to make wav for a stimulating senior
year. The class of '60 members soon made
lans with hi h ho es of to in all other i
,Senior Clas-Se.Sg p pp gi Leaders of the junior class are Mr. Lee Pursley,
' sponsor, James Steele, presidentg Carla Ewald, vice
president, Beverly Miller, secretaryg Susie Iveson,
treasurer, and Mrs. Deloris Martin, sponsor.
Taking over the duties of Candy Stand are junior .I I ' ,
executive committee members Cindy Greene, Barbara Individual junior homerooms, like H. 120,
Jeffries, Anita Ballinger, Joan McGillicuddy. Marshann compete for prizes by entering floats in the
Marsh, and Nancy Sampley. Homecoming Parade.
CLASS OF 1960
M. C. Cooley
Norma Jean Cripe
David L. DeB0lt
CLASS OF 1960
Sandra Corre is one of 1,100 to pose for an annual picture.
CLASS OF 1960
Jo Ann Jennings
Four sophomores, Janet Hathcoat, Mona Fuller, Velma
Nlsely, and Judy Wlttebort, engage in a favorite pastime.
Mary Sue McAllister
CLASS OF 1960
Annual staffers sport colorful sandwich
boards to help promote yearbook sales.
CLASS OF 1960
Rose Ann Needler
Mary Sue Owens
Billie Lou Schmitt
Jerry Van Dalsen
Mary Jane Vasey
Robert Lee Wright
CLASS OF 1960
' W gg 'HIM"7lt'Ei?fi?iS?
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Max Tatman, Charles Loyd, and Carol Ann Ratzlaff add a musical
touch to morning announcements.
Sophomorcs Tackle Complexitics of School Life
Frightened with the idea of meeting many
new experiences that accompany life at
Anderson High school, this year's sophomore
class proved to other classes and teachers
that tney could overcome the situation with
little difficulty. Once they learned about the
customs and habits of the upperclassmen,
these inexperienced Sophies began to make
plans for an exciting, energetic, enthusiastic
Among the many activities sponsored by
the new class were the choosing of class
colors and sponsors, selecting class rings, and
ordering class jackets and sweaters. These
underclassmen also played active parts in
clubs, pep sessions, convos, and athletic
Sophomores also entered a float in the
Homecoming Parade, and selected class offi-
cers for next ye-ar.
Determined to be one of the best classes
in AHS history, the sophomore class started
to plan for the remaining two years of its
high school career. New confidence and
unforgettable memories will help this class
to enjoy a most prosperous and vigorous
Homeroom presidents Bill Harper, John Peek, Judi
Wright, Jan Thornburg, Roy Carpenter, and Bill
McCarty look for new horizons as they enter the
massive AHS doors.
Principal David Adams passes on helpful hints to
John Shaw, Melva Sylvester, Marty Bennett, and
Lanny Reger, homeroom presidents.
Peeking in the grade book are homeroom presidents
Qrow ll Judy Josefek, Barbara Deiser, Coral Janes,
and Jane Wellingtong Krow 25 David Maine, Ray
Hensley, Phil Blue, and Jim Duffy.
Mary Jane Arwine
Mary Ellen Bridges
Mary Lou Brockmeier
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Karel Sue Smith
Mary Jennette Stoll
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CLASS OF 1961
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Jim Baker, and Fred Price.
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High school students are perhaps the life of the community. They are among
the most loyal citizens in the town, supporting new ideas and creating many d1f
ferent fads. Living up to past traditions, AHS students offered the community new
challenges in 1959. The community,
likewise, set up high goals for its young-
er citizens. The two are individuals
within themselves, but together they
cannot be parted. The Anderson Way
continued to be captivating, challeng-
Despite heavy snow, Indianettes and the Band
prance down Meridian Street in the annual Christ-
The community is one of the school's most Valua
and the Community
KAY BEE FLOWER SHOP
103 East 21st St Phone 2 1330
For The Best In Flowers
For Any Occclslon
Coll Kay Bee
Sandla B1own and Robe1t French enjoy the lovely
fragrance of flowers
THECAR BUICK 59
WITHIN REACH OF TWO OUT OF THREE
NEW CAR BUYERS
HECKAMAN BUICK INC
34 West sth st
Eleanol Kolbusz and Jlm Goodmght catch an earful
from Wlll1S Hackleman about the 59 Bulck
THE JOHN KELLEY CO
1 129 Merldlan Street
Fme Furniture Since I895
Mary Paul Mason and Thelma Manuel get a look
at the latest carpetmg t1ends
H ELITE STUDIO
Russ Forkner continues to serve
students and grads with:
Russ Forkner, school photographer, works hard at
recording many cherished memories.
S P OT
TO S H O P
Joe Bailey prefers boy lions.
Anderson Camera and Gift Shop
I200 Meridian Street Phone 2-3316
For Complete Floral Service
627 Nichol Avenue Phone 4895
l Soy lt Better
say lt BEST
Admiring decorative plants are Jane Hamilton and
Nancy Hartzell makes plans for an enjoyable
smart apparel . . . 936 meridian
IF IT'S IN STYLE
IT'S AT ROTH'S
Pat McKeand admire the
first picture printed in the
Co-editors Dave Deliolt and
CAPITOL ENGRAVING COMPANY
Represented by Richard Brier, Indianapolis, Indiana
35 Weet 12th Street Phone 9853
DeIIcIous Food Served
In Farrls BEGUIIEUI
Catermg Prlvate Partles
Open 7 Days A Week
II us sghsfam hdJanceBa ch
awrence Krehe StudIos
1294 Merldlan Street Phone 2 0809
FINE STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY
F n SIZLIKIIO poltralts Imp e s C nme Gustm
HI FI RECORD SHOP
The Hou e Of Sou d
TOPS IN POPS
FINE HIFI AND STEREO
25 Weet 12th Street Phone 3 9482
Across from YMCA
Sa dy Ande s and Lan y R ger cat h p n
latest t e
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"De 'cio ," i' is e i 1' n .
First In This Aiea With Live Natural Color
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n 1' on n e ' c u 0 the
Commercial Service Company
Offset and Letterpress Printers
izoo East 5th
Jon McClintock. Rosie Turner, and Ann Gellinger marvel at
the speed and accuracy of the complex printing press.
A complete printing service including
the creative designing of annuals,
catalogs, advertising brochures, periodicals,
technical manuals and annual reports.
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MCDONALD FURNITURE SHOWROOMS, INC.
State Roads 9 81 67
SHOP SUBURBAN 0
NO PARKING WORRIES
20,000 square feet of modern
and period furniture
Air conditioned for
"Comfie, isn't it?" remarks Lois Tuter
to Sally Stokes.
Bob Jones, Carol Ann Ratzlaff, and Ma y
Beth Phelps make their way in the 59
603 Meridian Street
'Jim IQMM of Quang
Assuring You Satisfaction-
ln Our 52nd Year
Sandra Lovell and Jane Adams take a look at an
assortment of pens.
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
"Two can live cheaper than one," exclaim Jane
Preston and Lonnie Blackwell.
FAVORITE FLOWER SHOP
2445 Meridian Street Phone 4916
Flowers From Favorite
Clerk Millie Turbeville notes a gleam in Dennis
Haynes' eyes as he makes his floral selection.
Rught on Merrdlan at 1212
or Rent For Sale
lgl iyp fr
Anytrme Is A
Good Trme For
The Good Taste
Served Where The High School Crowd Gathers
Apply 3 Months
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25 West 10th Street Phone 8331
THE REALTOR WHO BUILDS
FOR THE YOUNG COUPLE
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
Diana Miller dreams of a future home.
Anderson's Most Complete
"A beautiful piece of furniture," agree Bev Miller
and Jim Scovel.
FATH'S CLOTH I NG
1125 Meridian Street
Outfitting the Entire Family
With Fine Quality Clothes
Judy Cron selects a m t p rts outfit
Only PAY LESS Gives You All Of These
Larry Contos is "up in the airj' but he knows that
prices are lowest at his favorite supermarket.
e ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER
o OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY
o PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
o CHECKS CASHED FREE
e PAY ALL UTILITIES
o ISSUE MONEY ORDERS
0 PICK UP STATION
0 LOWEST EVERYDAY PRICES
0 HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE
The Wright Store
for Young Men 81 Women
Complete Outfitters To
Young People For Over
I 37 Years D
John Melson and Bev Benko get an early start in
selecting clothes for college.
oyt Wright Co.
9ll Meridian Street
.IoI1n Marshall I.iIe Insurance Co
Jim Vanderbur and Charles Sigler, agents, plan Miss Joanna Gough's
Between Your First And Last Pay Check
I You'II Earn A Fortune
Let Life 'Insurance Add "Living" To Your
AN AN DERSON INSTITUTION
748 Main Street Phone 4494
NATURAL GAS FOR
Ruth Gilmore and Marilyn Krueger approve of a
BOB DYER PHOTOGRAPHY
1611 Nelle Street Phone 2-9265
RECORDING YOUR LIFE IN PORTRAITS
0 Child Photography
0 Senior Pictures
0 Adult Portraits
A future high school student poses for another
COMPLETE HARDWARE SUPPLIES
FREE CUSTOMER PARKING
Jim Baker and Joan Hurley are sold on the benefits
of outdoor living.
Anderson Newspapers, Inc.
THE HERALD THE DAILY BULLETIN
I2th 81 Jackson Phone 3-5371
Steve Givens discovers "the story behind the
story" from Photographer Ron Partain.
Reporting And Recording
National, State, And Local
Every Day Of Your Lite
Drive In Windows
Walk Up Windows
After Hour Depositories
0 Checking Accounts
0 Savings Accounts
0 Safety Deposit Boxes
0 Christmas Club
O Loan Services
0 General Insurance
Q Trust Services Mary Katherine Yost and Kay Snider take
advantage of new banking facilities.
Anderson Banlcing Company
Downtown - South Branch - Edgewood - Frankton - Chesterfield
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
INDIAN TRADING POST
Across From High School
COMPLETE SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
SANDWICHES, SOFT DRINKS
Larry Milam tries to sell Bob Kanable an intellectual
1233 Meridian Street Phone 7514
Offering Business Training
Half A Century
Former AHS students, Alice Howard and Kay
Cappel, further their secretarial skills.
1002 Meridian Street Phone 4916
The Store For Young Men's Styles
From Hclt To Shoes
Steve Graddy finds little difficulty in selecting the
latest clothing styles.
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company
1831 west 18th
Have A Pepsi!
SHOP WHERE YOUR MONEY
BUYS THE MOST
Office Supplies 0 Typewriters
Class Sweaters v Sportswear
Books o Athletic Equipment
Mary Jean Trennepohl and Sheron Whiteman
prepare for an after-school refresher.
Are Steve Richardson and Mike Grimes interested
in the "rackets"'?
67 Long Steps off Meridian
on 11th Street
21 West 11th Street Phone 3-7447
724 West Sth Street Phone 3-515 I
YOU CAN'T MISS .
Capable of standing bombardments like this are
backboards from Recreation Equipment.
HUDSON PRINTING CO.
701 West 6th Street Phone 8363
Co-editors Pat McKeand and Dave DeBolt take pride
in their cover selection for the '59 Indian.
CAMERAS G SUPPLIES
1822 Main Street Phone 2-4493, 3-3170
Photographers . . .
Industry and Portraiture
Sales and Service for
All Major Cameras and
A landmark of fine photography.
Anderson Sporting Goods, Inc.
I206 Meridian Street Phone 5828
Anderson's Indians, dressed in uniforms from
Anderson Sporting Goods, score again.
FOR ANY SPORTS
Wayne "Doc" Pollard
ANDERSON SPORTING GOODS
YOUR SAVINGS EARN MORE
ANDERSON LOAN ASSOCIATION
A Hometown Institution
Mary Snider is amazed at the care taken to
insure accurate and efficient service.
Anderson I.oan Association
33 West Tenth Street Phone 777I
Donna Grant ponders over her silver collection.
For The Life-Long Gift
You Have Always Treasured
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1 I3 M ERIDIAN 'IT
"It tells time, too!" confirm Janice Byrum and
THE BRIGHTEST NAME IN LIGHTS
The Home of the Automatic Headlight Control
T-3 SAFETY AIM HEADLAMPS
Guide Lamp Division
General Motors Corp.
Citizens Banking Company
Four Convenient Locations
To Serve You:
0 Edgewood Branch
0 Meadowbrook Branch
0 East Side Branch, 109 By Pass
'LA penny saved is a penny earned?" wonders Sandy
Haag's Self-Serv Drug Store
1119 Meridian Phone 8517
0 Anderson's First
Self-Serv Drug Store
o Dependable Prescription
Service at Lowest Prices
Cindy Chasey and Terry Montague portray the role
of "last minute shoppers."
FOR THE FIRST IN FASHIONS
THE BAN N ER STORE
- 927 Meridian Street -
Connie Fisher receives the approval of Jerry Hobbs
in her selection of clothing.
Now inquiring minds have turned space-age tools-electronics, transistors, computers-to ground-level motoring.
From tapering mouth to towering dorsal fin, the experimental Firebird lll is imagination in motion,
bristling with new ideas from many General Motors divisions.
The vital "heart"-the electrical system-of this new concept in transportation for the future was designed and built by
Delco-Remy engineers. From the compact, transistorized voltage regulator to the 110-volt auxiliary a.c. generator-
powerful enough to operate home power systems in emergencies, or run appliances on camping trips-Delco-Remy's contributions to
Firebird lll engineering point out the shape of things to come in the automotive electrical equipment industry.
Experimental? Yes. Exceptional? No-for working to develop improvements in the field of automotive electrical systems
is a permanent task here. Rather than wait for the future, we like to step forward and meet it.
DELCO-REMY n DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS 1 ANDERSON, INDIANA
BEST TEEN LISTENING
' Jive At 5-0-5
0 Coca-Cola Hi-Fi Club
' Cook's Tour
Day and Night - WHBU - 1240
Jay Newbern, Jim Ray, and Dan Roby relate the
latest music and news to Anders0n's teenagers.
You'II Live Better .....
. . . . . . You'II Save!
Larry Gaw helps Judibeth Reveal in preparing for
that special occasion.
Russ Regenold Pontiac, Inc.
303 Pendleton Avenue Phone 4485
The Dazzling '59 Pontiac
Wide Track Roadability
Carla Ewald and Jannie Alleman thrill at the beauty
of a '59 Pontiac.
Biclcel's Cycle ancl Key Shop
9th 81 Jackson Streets Phone 2-7036
A model plane catches the attention of Steve Com-
stock and Dave Goen.
0 Crafts 0 Hobbies
o Toys o Bicycles
ICYCLK E KIY SHOE 7
For HeaIth's Sake
DRINK AT LEAST
THREE GLASSES OF MILK
Milk is essential in the daily diet according to Karen
Isanogle and Sara Hiday.
East Sicie Jersey Dairy
722 Broadway E Phone 7781
ALWAYS REACH FOR HOLSUM
For The Latest Fashions
Cathedral of Fashion
Half a Century in Anderson
813 Meridian Street
Gail Bedford awaits for that certain someone.
VermiIlion's Jewel Shoppe
1120 Meridian Street Phone 3-6933
Headquarters For All
Nationally Famous Watches
On the Easiest Credit in Town
BENRUS ARMAND DUVAL
BULOVA LONGIN ES
"The perfect gift," exclaims Norma Jean Cripe
Anderson Federal Savings 8: Loan Association
Jackson At Eleventh
"It beats the piggy bank," says Ba
Tom Newman, all three of him, 1
the latest style suit.
YOUR SAVINGS ARE SAFE
ANDERSON FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
You'll Always See
THE LATEST STYLE
YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES
"The Man's Store"
ks his best in
I9 West Ilth Street -
79 9 ,4!LSi-lm! Jaffa
"A" Club 53
Annual Staff 40, 41
Bible Club 44
Boys' Chorus 61
Cheer Block 26
Choral Club 58, 59
Concert Band 54, 55
Concert Choir 60
Convo Committee 43
Dance Band 57
Adams, David 86, 90, 126
Austin, Mrs. Marjorie 88
Bailey, J. J. 88
Baker, James 93, 133
Ballentine, William 88, 94
Balsley, Richard 88
Barnggst, Donald 72, 74, 75, 78, 79,
Barrow, David 88
Beigh, Max 43, 88
Biddle, James 51, 88
Bliss, Mrs. Bonnie 89
Bordner, Gerald 55
Bowen, Donald 88
Bowers, Jack 88
Boyd, Ralph 43, 88
Burns, Clarence 16, 88
Cain, Miss Marietta 89
Campbell, Miss Dorothy 43, 89
Carter, James 66, 70, 83, 89
Clem, Thomas 56, 89
Coffin, J. Merrill 89
Davis, George 43, 89
Denny, Charles 89
Doles. Mrs. Margaret 42, 43, 89, 91
Dye, Joseph 89
Ebbertt, G. E. 86, 87
Fidler, Lee 87
Finney, John 44, 89
Fleece, Maurice 87
Fleenor, Ray 65, 81, 89
Frazier, Lester 93. 133
Freegan, Robert 65, 74, 75, 81, 89,
Abbott, Brenda 42, 45, 58, 59, 60, 96
Abernathy, Deanna 46, 49, 120
Achor, Lana 35, 42, 44, 45, 48, 86,
Adams, Bill 52, 55, 57, 127
Adams, Jane 61, 127, 143
Adams, Phil 127
Adamson, Karen 61, 120
Addison, Linda 44, 46, 61, 120
Agnew, David 76, 77, 120
Ahrendt, Rex 82, 120
Ake, Cherylle 46, 127
Alberts, David 127
Albright, Townsend 18, 52, 120
Aldred, Dwight 50, 52, 53, 82,
Future Retailers 51
Future Teachers 44
Honor Society 42
Junior Officers 119
Junior Y-Teens 46
Latin Club 50
Modern Music Masters 60
Orchestra 56, 57
Garrigus, John 43, 90
Grahame, Mrs. Evelyn 43, 90, 91
Gray, Mrs. Barella 89
Griffith, Raymond 90
Hale, Lee 90
Hale, Mrs. Marguerite 43, 90
Harrell, Miss Helen 43, 90
Haygood, Bill 93
Hays, Donald 48, 90
Higman, Miss Alice 90, 91
Hosier, Basil 90
Hotzel, Miss Phyllis 89
Hovermale, William 87
Huntzinger, Jesse 90
Imler, Mrs. Ruthanne 90
James, William 90
Johnson, Miss Eileen 50, 91, 92
Johnson, Keith 91
Julius, Gordon 23, 91
Keevin, Mrs. Elsie 93
Kendall, Miss Hazel 7, 91
Kitterman, Mrs. Mary 91
Knight, Mrs. Margaret 87
Kyle, Don 67, 81
Lawson, Paula 60, 61
Lee, George 18, 91
Lee, Lowell 91, 92
Lindstrom, Miss Virginia 43, 91
Long, Miss Lois 44, 91
Lyon, Herbert 91
McFarland. Mrs. Mary K. 43, 91
McGoon, Harry 43, 47, 91
Maine, Mrs. Vivian 92, 94
Martin, Mrs. Deloris 92, 119
Martyn, David 92
Aldred, Steve 50, 52, 82, 120
Aldrich, Jim 49, 127
Aldrich, Phyllis 61, 120
Alexander, Grace 46, 48, 120
Alexander, Jerry 127
Alexander, Marilyn 120
Alexander, Terry 96
Aley, Stephen 120
Alford, Cuba 120
Alleman, Jannie 41, 43, 46, 120, 157
Alleman, Jim 52, 96
Alleman, Judy 43, 46, 127
Allen, Carolynne 120
Allen, Jim 127
Allen, Sandra 46, 50, 120
Pep Sessions Committee 43
Print Shop 49
Publications Representatives 49
School Board 87
Senior Officers 94
Senior Y-Teens 45
Sophomore Executive Committee
Sophomore Y-Teens 46
Student Council 18, 19
Mier, Harry 93
Miller, Herbert 92
Mulvihill, Mrs. Elise 44, 92
Norris, Mrs. Mary 89
Osborne, Ick 72, 74, 92
Palmer, Miss Mary Ruth 43, 58, 60,
Plotner, Miss Gertrude 87
Price, Fred 133
Pugh, Dane 82, 92
Pursley, Lee 48, 92, 119
Pyle, Don 76, 77
Railsback, Mrs. Lucile 92
Reifel, Robert 92
Rhynearson, Mrs. Edna 88
Riggs, Mrs. Dorothy 92
Roby, Wilbur 87
Roney, Claud 93
Rowlett, Javan 93
Russo, Pete 43, 67, 70, 77, 78, 79, 93
Sanders, Leo 42, 91, 93
Schultz, Mrs. Mary 93
Shinn, Vern 93
Sparks, Joseph 77, 88
Springer, O. L. 93
Swift, Clifford 86
Todd, Miss Rive 93
Tolbert, Mrs. Iris 89
Vaught, George 36, 54, 93
Vermillion, Mrs. Virginia 18, 93
Villars, Edmund C. 93
Williams, Syd 87
Wilson, Horace 93
Woschitz, Frank 40, 93
Amos, Betty 127
Ancil, Sandra 120
Anderson, Janice 50, 127
Anderson, Linda 46, 120
Anderson, Roscoe 127
Anderson, Sandy Jo 45, 96, 140
Anderson, Sondra 46, 50, 127
Anthony, Dave 61, 96
Antrobus, David 120
Arline, Dick 120
Arline, Raymond 120
Armstrong, James 54, 127
Arnold, Phyllis 120
Arthur, Nancy 127
Arwine, Mary Jane 127
Ash, David 127
Ashbaugh, Carla 61, 96
Ashby, Jim 120
Ashley, Margaret 46, 127
, Doug 52, 55, 65, so, 81, 120
Atkisson, Roger 44, 61, 77, 81, 127
Ayers, Alan 54, 59, 60, 120
Aynes, Mark 127
Bailey, Garry Joe 96, 137
Bailey, Joe Eugene 120
Baker, David 42, 96
Baker, Dianne 46, 120
Ervin K. 96
Gary 69, 70, 96
Baker, Jim 42, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60,
Baker, Nancy Louise 120
Baker, Nancy Sue 44, 46, 50, 127
Baker Pamela 44, 46, 61, 127
Sherry 51, 96
Sondra 46 61 12
7 i ! 0
Bales, Betsy 120
Ball, Don 61, 120
Ballinger, Anita 44, 46, 50, 119, 120
Barnett, Robert 53, 65, 81, 120
Baroni, Jill 96
Barr, Dwight 59, 120
, Gilbert 127
, Janet 42, 45, 96
Mark 52, 54, 57, 60, 120
Bates, Linda 44, 127
Batthauer, Suzette 44, 49, 120
Baum, Loretta 18, 46, 120
Harold Lee 120
Beason, Karon 61, 96
Beason, Mollie 127
Bourke, Carolyn 120
Bourke, Stephen 127
Bousman, Peggy 127
Bowers, Donna 60, 127
Bowman, Tony 97
Box, Betty 120
Boyd, Stephen 120
Boyer, Ross 47, 120
Boys, David 127
Boze, Larry 127
Bradley, Ben 127
Bradley, Curtis 70, 81, 127
Bradley, James 120
Branch, Janice 45, 97, 140
Brandon, Tim 120
Brattain, Sharon 127
Brattain, Sondra 47, 56, 127
Breece, Karen 127
Breeck, John 97
Breese, Karen 127
Brewer, Frank 120
Bridges, James 50, 56, 127
Bridges, Mary Ellen 46, 50, 127
Brinduse, Nancy 42, 43, 45, 97
Britton, Elizabeth 127
Britton, John 97
Broadnax, George 127
Brockmeier, Mary 46, 127
Brogdon, David 53, 120, 70
Beatty, Don 59, 60, 96
Beaty, Larry 120
Beauchamp, David 120
Beckham, Vearl 127
Bedford, Gail 40, 44, 97, 159
Beeler, Pamela 127
Beeman, Judy 120
Begley, Frances 127
Beher, David 53, 78, 79, 97
Bell, Barbara 120
Bell, Carolyn 46, 127
Bell, Harold 127
Benlqof6Beverly 28, 42, 45, 55, 97,
Bennett, Martha 44, 46, 126, 127
Benson, Max 53, 65, 72, 74, 75, 97
Berkebile, Julia 97
Berkebile, Treva 120
Berry, Sandra 44, 127
Bickel, Paul 120
Bilyeu, Ronald 120
Bingaman, Judi 43, 97
Binkley, Patricia 46, 50, 55, 56,
Binnion, Jack 49, 61, 127
Birkhead, Donna 44, 45, 97
Bivens, Conward 70, 76, 77, 127
Blackaby, Stephen 127
Blackshear, Bonnie 97
Blackwell, Larry 127
Blackwell, Lester 55, 120
Blackwell, Lonnie 60, 61, 120, 143
Blair, Hollis 97
Bloom, Cynda 45, 97
Blue, Philip 47, 83, 126, 127
Boatman, Leonard 70, 81, 127
Boaz, David 60, 61, 127
Boaz, Gene 120
Boerner, Joseph 120
Bonner, Shirley 120
Bookout, Larry 127
Boone, Juda 46, 127
Borders, Tom 49, 120
Brough, David 120
Alan 50, 52, 55, 56, 127
Barbara 50, 127
J . Larry 97
l Patricia Ann 127
Brown Patty 46, 120
Brown, Robert 120
Brown, Robert Jackson 53, 64, 65,
Brown Sandra 61, 120, 136
Brown Saundra 98
Brown, Wendell 52, 55, 57, 60, 98
Bruce, Jim 98
Bruce Perr 127
Brumback, Linda 127
Brummett, Cherryl 46, 60, 127
Buck, Danny 49, 120
Buck, Sheila 18, 98
Buell, Bill 127
Burchfield, Dan 55, 127
Burke, Lee 47, 98
Burkhart, Judy 46, 127
Burkhart, Patti 46, 127
Burnett, Karla 120
Burns, Janet 49, 55, 60, 127
Burris, John 50, 55, 127
Burt, Bill 120
Bush, Anita 127
Bushong, Gail 46, 127
Butler, Herma 46, 120
Butler, Logan 98
Butterfield, Pamela 42, 43, 45, 47,
48, 50, 59, 60, 98
Butz, Rita 44, 46, 50, 127
Byrung, Janice 40, 42, 43, 45, 98,
Cade, Barbara 98
Callahan, John 127
Callahan, Pat 44, 127
Campbell, Caralee 46, 50, 59, 120
Campbell, James 18, 120
Campbell, Larry 98
Campbell, Richard 120
Campbell, Sharon 127
Campbell, Susan 46, 50, 61, 120
Caplan, Linda 46, 50, 56, 120
Caplinger, Carol 127
Carlisle, Jim 61, 127
Carman, Jim 127
Carmany, David 54, 56, 57, 120
Carpenter, Dave 53, 55, 68, 70, 98
Carpenter, John 127
Carpenter, Roy 126, 127
Carper, Phyllis 127
Carper, Ronnie 47, 98
Carr, Larry 120
Carraway, Mary 98
Carroll, Sharon 127
Carter, Hazel 61, 120
Carter, Janet 127
Carter, John 120
Carter, Sherry 46, 48, 49, 120
Case, Pamela 127
Cash, Roosevelt 120
Cates, Pat 98
Cave, James 127
Chambers, Dave 49, 50, 52, 98
Chambers, Jeff 120
Chapman, Donald 127
Chapman, George 120
Charmolue, Jerry 78, 79, 120
Chase, Charles 70, 98
Chasey, Cindy 42, 45, 98, 155
Cheatham, DeAnna 45, 98
Chism, Donna 94, 99
Christian, Clarice 50, 54, 60, 128
Christian, Zebedee 43, 99
Clark, James 99
Clark, Rogers 77
Clark, Steve 81, 128
Claypool, Robert 128
Clem, Larry 53, 65, 78, 79, 120
Clem, Ray 128
Clements, Lynne 54, 55, 56, 99
Clutch, Pamela 18, 46, 120
Coates, Larry 59, 60, 65, 120
Coats, William 128
Cobb, Donald 128
Cobb, Gary 99
Coburn, David 128
Coe, Elaine 99
Coffman, Jim 128
Coffman, Steve 120
Collier, Jesse 53, 70, 75, 120
Collingwood, Ronald 120
Collins, Betty 120
Collins, Bill 52, 53, 66, 99
Collins, Pat 121
Colvin, Donald 99
Colvin, Robert 121
Combs, David 52, 99
Combs, Paul 128
Comer, Gordon 121
Comstock, Steve 82, 128, 158
Condon, John 52, 99
Conner, Bob 128
Conner, Larry 44, 47, 99
Contos, Larry 40, 42, 52, 99, 146
Conwell, Marcia 46, 128
Cook, Ina Ray 46, 128
Cook, Kenneth 42, 49, 52, 53, 83,
Cook, Sullivan 78, 121
Cookman, Claude 44, 128
Cooley, M. C. 70, 77, 121 1
Cooley, Willie 128
Cornelius, Dave 121
Corre, Sandra 48, 121
Cortrecht, Jerry 78, 121
Corya, Larry 121
Cottingham, Larry 99
Cottingham, Sandra 46, 128
Couch, Karen 128
Couch, Larry 128
Covington, Carol Ann 46, 128
Cowden, Glenda 46, 128
Cowden, Robert 128
Cox, Howard 99
Cox, Linda 99
Cox, Mary Ann 128
Cox, Otis 18, 42, 52, 99
Cox, Patricia 94, 99
Cox,1Egndra 41, 46, 47, 48, 61, 121,
Craig, Milford 50, 128
Craig, Rosalie 128
Crandall, Dave 58, 59, 60, 100
Cridge, Bob 52, 100
Cridge, Jim 52, 121
CripehNorma 41, 46, 48, 50, 61, 121,
Cron, Judy 41, 46, 48, 49, 50, 121,
Cronk, Carmen 121
Cronk, Mary Jane 42, 44, 45, 58, 59,
Crose, John 61, 128
Crosson, Phyllis 128
Crosthwaite, Sandy 29, 45, 100
Crouch, Lanny 61, 121
Crowe, Jamalee 46, 128
Crowley, Don 121
Crull, Thomas 128
Cuminyings, Michael 42, 53, 59, 83,
Cunningham, John 52, 53, 70, 76,
77, 81, 121
Dailey, Jeanette 121
Dalton, Melanie 42, 55, 56, 60, 100
Danforth, George 53, 65,
78, 79, 100
Darr, Dennis 128
Daugherty, Adella 128
Davenport, Ronald 44, 128
Davenport, Larry 77, 121
Davis, Douglas 47, 53, 77, 121
Davis, Eddie 52, 70, 121
Davis Jerry 121
Davis John 128
Davis, Ruby 46, 60, 128
Davis, Sandy 128
Steve 52, 100
Dawson, Mary 128
Day, Chester 121
Day, Marilyn 128
Day, Shirley 128
Dayton, Judith 100
Dearing, Linda 121
DeBolt, Dave 40, 100, 139, 152
DeBolt, David L. 18, 52, 82, 121
Defenderfer, Allan 70
DeFord, Jan 52, 70, 78, 128
DeFord, Jay 52, 70, 78, 128
Deiser, Barbara 26, 46, 126, 128
Deiser, Susie 121
Deitz, Larry 53, 77, 100
DeLey, Mickey 76, 77, 121
DeLey, Susie 128
Delph, Betty 128
Delph, Dixie 61, 128
Delph, Neil 52, 70, 78, 128
Denniston, Linda 128
Devaney, Patricia 46, 128
DeVashir, Yvonne 59, 60, 100
Devore, John 26, 121
DeWeese, Peggy 56, 61, 128
DeWitt, Herman 121
Dickerson, Johnny 128
Diedring, Barbara 40, 45, 100, 160
Dillard, Barry 121
Dilts, David 128
Dilts, Judith 42, 44, 45, 95, 100
Dittlinger, David 128
Dixon, Daree 128
Dodd, Pete 61, 121
Doherty, Janet 46, 121
Doherty, Larry 100
Dotson, Roger 78, 128
Doty, Dave 52, 55, 57, 121
Doty, Roger 128
Douglas, Stephen 121
Downey, Evelyn 128
Downey, Mike 128
DuBois, Ginger 50, 60, 128
DuBois, Sandy 59, 100
Ducheteau, Jim 121
Duckworth, Patsy 46, 48, 121
Duffer, Omar 101
Duffy, Jim 70, 77, 81, 126, 128
Duncan, Lillian 128
Dunham, Robert 65, 75, 78, 128
Dunlap, Addie 45, 101
Dunribj-Michael 13, 47, 56, 59, 60,
Durgan, Donna 121
Dykes, David 49, 121
Eads, Sharon 54, 128
Eaglin, Gary 55, 121
Earlywine, Jerry 128
Eastes, Fred 48, 101
Ebbert, Walt 81, 121
Ebbertt, Brenda 45, 47, 101
Eckert, Becky 46, 128
Eckrote, Charlotte 46, 128
Edwards, Paula 49, 128
Ehle, Michael 128
Eilar, Suzanne 56, 121
Eldridge, Elaine 128
Eldridge, Terena 46, 60
Ellis, Barbara 128
Ellis, Bill 83, 128
Elmore, Linda 26, 121
Emerson, Jack 61
Enyeart, Danny 128
Ester, Lee 128
Estle, Dale 128
Eutsler, Charlene 121
Eutsler, Judi 121
Evans, Paul 128
Evernham, Jim 128
Evernham, Tom 101
Ewald, Carla 26, 47, 119, 121, 157
Eytchison, Wesley 50, 128
Fadely, John 128
Fairburn, Karen 61, 121
Fairburn, Lynn 128
Fairburn, Paul 59, 101
Falls, Carolyn 59, 60, 121
Farlow, Sherry 121
Felts, Shirley 61, 121
Ferguson, Janice 44, 45, 54, 101
Ferguson, Marilynn 46, 128
Ferrell, Barbara 121
Ferrell, James 101
Ferrell, Ronald 101
Fields, Darrell 56, 121
Files, Arlene 44, 46, 50, 128
Fisher, Connie 29, 46, 92, 128, 155
Fisher, Dennis 101
Fisher, Janice 18, 26, 29, 42, 45,
Fisher, Jon 55, 128
Fite, Arthur 101
Fitzgerald, Larry 121
Fleece, Patty 18, 41, 46, 121
Fletcher, Larry 101
Flint, Dallas 121
Flye, Jim 121
Folsom. Janice 44, 50, 128
Foltz, Sandra 60
Foster, Deloma 46, 55, 128
Foster, Peggy 121
Foster, Robert 121
Foust, Joe 70, 78, 128
Don 70, 78, 121
Fowler, Douglas 101
Fox, Diana 46, 50, 128
Fox, Henry 128
Fox, Steve 121
Franklin, Sherry 101
Frazier, Jim 121
Frazier, Martha 61, 101
Freeman, Jerold 44, 56, 128
Freeman, Phillip 78
Freeman, Bill 128
French, Robert 121, 136
Fuller, Gloria 128
Fuller, Mona 122, 129
Fullington, Helen 60, 129
Fulton, George 129
Furnish, Joan 46, 129
Gaines, Dixie 121
Gale, Bill 50, 129
Gardner, Jeff 70, 121
Gardner, Terry 101
Garner, Judith 129
Garrett, Ronald 121
Garringer, Diana 102
Garringer, Sharon 121
Gary, Tom 65, 74, 129
Gaunt, Phillip 65, 81, 129
Gause, Terry 50, 121
Gaw, Larry 129, 157
Geller, William 121
Gellinger, Ann 45, 102, 141
Gentry, Max 121
German, Diana 129
Gibson, James 129
Gibson, Jane 129
Gibson, Linda 129
Giddens, Judy 46, 129
Gillaspy, Charlene 50, 129
Gillaspy, Jim 102
Gilliam, Marcia 102
Clifford 55, 121
Jeff 54, 121
Gilmore, Ruthie 44, 50, 59, 122, 148
Givens, David 122
Givens, Stephen 40, 42, 102, 149
Glaze, Sandy 46, 129
Glazebrooks, Don 53, 70, 76, 77,
Glazebrooks, Janet 102
Godbey, Mark 47, 122
Godbey, Mary 102
Godwin, Clive 129
Goen, David 49, 54, 102, 158
Goins, Pauline 122
Good, Sharon 122
Gooding, Dennis 102
Goodman, Claudine 102
Goodnight, Janet 61, 129
Goodnight, Jim 52, 53, 59, 60, 68,
70, 81, 95, 102, 136
Gordon, Don 129
Gordon, Randy 42, 47, 102
Gordon, Sandy 42, 45, 47, 48, 50,
Goss, Pattyann 44, 46, 50, 56, 122,
Gough, Joanna 58, 59, 60, 102, 147
Gourley, Eleanor 129
Gowen, Jack 122
Graddy, Steve 52, 102, 150
Graham, Bill 49, 52, 70, 75, 80, 81,
Graham, Donald 102
Graham, Jack 50, 51, 60, 82, 122
Graham, James 102
Grandlinard, Paul 122
Grant, Donna 40, 45, 103, 154
Grant, Errol 103
Grant, Phyllis 44, 46, 48, 129
Graves, Larry 55, 129
Graves, Nancy 43, 45, 59, 95, 103
Gray, Dick 129
Gray, Jack 18, 122
Gray, Johnnie 122
Gray, Lillian 103
Gray, Pat 103
Green, Peggy 129
Greene, Cynthia 46, 49, 50, 119, 122
Greenwalt, Bonnie 46, 122
Grencions, Vilnis 42, 103
Griffin, Sharon 129
Grim, Bette 122
Grimes, Mike 103, 151
Griner, Judith 122
on, Claudette 122
Gross, Dale 78
Gunkel, Judy 51, 103
Gunter, Diane 61, 129
Guss, Linda 122
Gustin, Connie 40, 42, 44, 45, 103,
Guyot, Ray 70, 122
Gwynn, Joe 103
Hackleman, Jim 122
Hodges, Robert 129
Hadley, John 81, 129
Hadle Mike 129
s, Pamela 46, 55, 129
Hale, Dick 129
Hale, Hedy 122
Hale, Mike 78, 122
Hall, Doris 47, 103
Hamilton, Jane 40, 45, 103, 138
Hamilton, Loretta 46, 122
ock, Karen 51, 103
ock, Marilyn 122
Hancock, Michele 46, 48, 122
Haney, Larry 122
Hanna, Deena 129
Hannaford, William 129
Hanshew, Jack 61, 129
Hanson, Larry 129
Hardacre, Paul 52, 54, 129
Hardy, Brian 50, 52, 56, 103
Hardy, Tim 52, 55, 129
Harney, Doug 54, 122
Harp, Dave 103
Harper, William 82, 126, 129
Harrington, James 103
Harris, Ann 42, 43, 45, 48, 50, 58,
59, 60, 94, 103
Harris, Diann 129
Harris, Linda 45, 104
Harrison, Barbara 45, 47, 104
Harrison, Clark 52, 70, 75, 122
Harrison, David 104
Harrison, Sharon 129
Hart, Becky 44, 46, 129
Hart, Raymond 122
Hart, Stephen 83, 122
Hart, Steve 52, 54, 60, 122
Hartley, Rolland 104
Hartzell, Larry 104
Hartzell, Nancy 40, 44, 45, 104, 138
Hartzell, Sandra 104
Haskett, Roy 129
Hasty, Sharon 122
Hatfield, Harold 104
Hathcoat, Janet 61, 129
Hayden, Terry 122
Haynes, Dennis 104, 143
Haynes, Gary 129
Heal, Fred 129
Heard, Saundra 48, 50, 55, 122
Hearld, Joyce 46, 50, 129
Heavilin, Kenneth 41, 122
Hedges, Linda 46, 129
Hedrick, Meril 49, 122
Hempleman, Phil 42, 104
Henderson, Sandra 46, 61, 129
Henderson, Sharon 45, 49, 104
Hendricks, Arthur 81, 129
Hendricks, Bud 129
Hendricks, Karel 44, 46, 60, 61, 122
Hennigar, Peggy 45, 104
Hensler, John 50, 52, 53, 70, 81, 104
Hensley, Ray 65, 126, 129
Henson, Ronald 129
Herbert, David 129
Heritage, Sue 44, 45, 104
Herkomer, Bill 129
Herron, Jim 122
Herron, Larry 122
Hervey, Cathy 46, 50, 129
Hester, Mae 129
Hester, William 104
Hiatt, Linda 18, 26, 29, 45, 88, 104
Hickem, Janie 60, 129
Hiday, Jerry 61, 70, 129
Hiday, Sarah 129, 158
Higdon, Linda 56, 60, 61, 129
Highwood, Ruthann 122
Hilderbrand, Steven 104
Hill, Donna 122
Hill, Norma 60, 129
Hill, William 50, 52, 55, 129
Hilligoss, David 52, 83, 122
Himes, Eddie 55, 129
Himes, Nancy 50, 129
Himes, Robert 104
Hinderer, Jim 122
Hobbs, Jerry 44, 47, 52, 54, 56, 105,
Hofer, Darrell 105
Hogue, Jerris 129
Hoke, Sandy 46, 129
Holbert, John 53, 65
Holder, Phyllis 18, 29, 44, 46, 50,
Holland, Ernest 129
Holland, Geraldine 129
Holliman, Lorene 129
Hollingsworth, Fredy 60, 129
Hollingsworth, Margaret 61, 122
Holsapple, Janet 129
Hong, Lee 129
Hopkins, Joe 122
Hoppes, Jane 122
Horner, James 50, 55, 130
Horner, Joy 46, 50, 130
Horton, Pauline 122
Hostetler, James 49, 130
Hovermale, Sandra 122
Howell, Darlene 46, 122
Howell, Lois 50, 60, 130
Hoyle, Larry 130
Huber, Martha 43, 61, 130
Hudson, Ruth 46, 50, 54, 56, 60, 122
Hudson, Van 40, 52, 59, 105, 144
Huff, Shirley 44, 46, 47, 50, 122
Huff, Wayne 105
Huffer, Marcia 45, 105
Huffman, Betty 60, 130
Huffman, Robert 54, 82, 130
Hughes, Janet 130
Hull, Loretta 122
Hull, Ronald 122
Hummel, Linda 43, 46, 122
Hunt, Jon 43, 55, 56, 59, 122
Hurley, Joan 44, 46, 122, 148
Hurley, John 47, 56, 105
Hurley, Michael 105
Huse, Larry 52, 65, 81, 130
Huston, Steve 61, 77, 130
Hutchens, Donna 122
Hutson, Sandra 30, 122
Hutton, Clara 122
Hyatt, Carolyn 56, 125
Hyland, Elizabeth 45, 56, 105
Hyland, Harry 105
Hyland, Michael 130
Ice, Joe 55, 130
Imel, Judi 105
Imel, William 130
Irving, Irma 105
Irving, Patricia 44, 130
Isaacs, Gary 130
Isaacs, Pat 122
Isanogle, Karen 130, 158
Iveson, Susie 46, 50, 119, 122
Jackson, Bob 18, 48, 53, 64, 65, 81,
Jackson, John 70, 75, 78, 130
Jackson, Leslie 105
Jackson, Pat 45, 105
Jackson, Steve 50, 52, 61, 82, 130
Jackson Thomas 105 1
James, Barbara 130
James, Bob 53, 77, 105
James, Susan 44, 46, 56, 122, 144
Janes, Coral 50, 126, 130
Janes, Willadean 122
Jansons, Juris 122
Jaynes, John 130
Jaynes, Larry 130
Jeffers, Gene 122
Jeffries, Barbara 46, 119, 122
Jeffries, Jack 105
Jennings, Jo Ann 122
Jessup, Beverly 122
Johnson, Connie 60, 130
Johnson, Gary 105
Johnson, Jack 52, 106
Johnson, James 59, 122
Johnson, Janet 122
Johnson, Jim 78, 123
Johnson, Linda 46, 60, 130
Sondra 60, 130
Johnson, Susan 46, 130
Johnson, Vera 106
Jones, Curt 50, 59, 60, 123
Jones, Dorothy 60, 130
Jones, Ethel 106
Jones, Jeannette 44, 47, 50, 123
Jones, Joyce 130
Jonesf Robert 44, 54, 55, 59, so, 106,
Jones, Rocky 130
Jones, Terry 61, 130
Jones, Warren 50, 52, 55, 56, 57,
Jordan, Sue 51, 106
Josefek, Judy 44, 46, 50, 54, 126,
Joslin, Mildred 46, 130
Justice, Joann 46, 130
Justice, Juanita 130
Justice, Vance 123
Kallenberg, John 59, 60, 123
Kanable, Bob 52, 53, 69, 70, 76, 77,
Kardatzke, Lois 60, 130
Rita 60, 130
Susie 60, 130
Keeney, Dan 18, 76, 77, 106
Keeney, Frank 70, 130
Keeney, Glenn 123
McCrocklin, Edward 41, 123
Keesling, Janice 130
Keesling, Kenneth 61, 130
Keesling, Mike 123
Keesling, Robert 130
Keirns, Lloyd 70, 130
Kellam, Nancy 44, 46, 130
Kellams, Paula 46, 130
Kellams, Roger 54, 123
Keller, Sally 18, 46, 48, 123
Kelly, Karen 44, 45, 106
Kelly, Dave 130
Kelly, Saundra 55, 60, 123
Kemp, Diann 46, 54, 130
Lewellyn, Nancy 130
Lewis, Arthur 70, 78, 130
Lewis, Jerry 107
Lewis, Joan 130
Lewis, Julie 46, 1310
Lewis, Linda 18, 43, 45, 107
Lewis, Mattie 130
Lewis, Ollie 123
Lewis, Patti 108
Lightfoot, Lois 130
Lindsay, Sharon 60, 130
Lindsey, Steve 54, 108
Lindzy, Keith 130
Kendall, Jerry 106
Kern, Sherry 46, 130
Kimball, Dave 33, 52, 95, 106
Kimmerling, Bill 106
Kimmerling, Judy 123
Kimmerling, Loretta 130
King, Carl 106
King, Georgia 77, 106
King, Joan 130
King, Loretta 46, 130
King, Ralph 130
King, Tom 123
Kingsbury, Fred 52, 53, 70, 81, 106
Kingsbury, Kay 46, 123
Kinley, Jean 46, 50, 56, 60, 61, 130
Kinnaird, Carolyn 49, 50, 130
Kirby, Richard 130
Kirchenbauer, Patty 123
Kirk, Carla 46, 55, 130
Kirk, Richard 65, 77, 81, 130
Kirkpatrick, Michael 106
Kizer, Pat 123
Knick, Judith 45, 47, 49, 106
ts, Anne 45, 106
ts, Linda 44, 45, 107
ts, Patty 45, 107
Linville, Tom 53, 65, 73, 74, 75, 78,
Litten, Barbara 130
Littrell, Anita 59, 60, 108
Lloyd, Deanna 123
Lloyd, Ronald 48, 123
Lortz, Mike 108
Loser, Patricia 59, 108
Loudenback, Jan 46, 55, 56, 59, 60,
Lough, Edward 123
Lovell, Sandra 46, 123, 143
Lowe, Charles 123
Lowry, Steve 52, 53, 65, 81, 123
Loy, Barbara 130
Loyd, Charles 123, 125
Lunsford, Calvin 123
Mabbit, Marilyn 130
Madara, Patty 123
Mahon, Linda 109
Mainard, Tony 70, 75, 130
Maine, David 43, 47, 510, 54, 60,
A 126, 130
Mallernee, Jolane 130
Malone, John 123
ts, Ronald 70, 107
Kolbusz, Eleanor 55, 59, 60, 123,
Krall, George 70, 130
Krueger, Marilyn 44, 46, 50, 130,
Kutscheid, Ben 130
Lame, Penny 46, 130
Lamey, Tim 50, 77, 123
Lancing, Ronnie 123
Land, Steve 49, 59, 60, 123
Lang, Bill 52, 53, 68, 70, 107
Large, Larry 107
Large, Norma Jean 46, 61, 130
Lark, Willie 130
Larson, Paul 107
LaShure, Sandra 44, 50, 123
Lavender, Jim 107
Lavery, Lillie 46, 60, 123
Lawson, Phyllis 123
Layton, Dave 18, 43, 52, 53, 59, 70,
Layton, Francis 107
Layton, Wiliam 107
Lazenby, Eleanor 123
Leach, Dean 130
Leath, Jacqueline 130'
Leath, Julia 123
Leaver, Glee Ann 88, 107
Lee, Judith 45, 107
Lee, Nancy 46, 123
Lee, Pat 13, 42, 43, 52, 107
Leffel, Doris 107
Lehr, David 130
Leicht, Bill 123
Leisure, Judy 107
Lennis, Judith 44, 107
Leslie, Sam 130
Malsom, Bonnie 46, 130
Manis, Kay 109
Manuel, Thelma 40, 42, 109, 136
Marsh, David 123, 129
Marsh, Marshann 46, 119, 123
Marshall, Larry 60, 61, 123
Marshall, Nancy 46, 56, 61, 130
Marshall, Vicki 46, 60, 131
McCoppin, Sharon 131
McCord, David 65, 81, 131
McCord, Joe 70, 77, 81, 131
McCord, Steve 123
McCorkle, Marvin 77, 131
McCormick, Frances 45, 108
McCormick, Paul 70, 81, 131
McCoy, Alberta 54, 131, 144
McCoy, Howard 123
McCoy, Larry 123, 129
McCrocklin, Cathy 46, 50, 55, 60,
McCullough, David 131
McCullough, Rutha 123
McDonald, Gary 108
McDanell, Charles 108
McGillicuddy, Joan 46, 59, 60, 119,
McGivern, Janice 45, 108
McGraw, Kay 18, 26, 28, 29, 42, 44,
45, 47, 94, 108
McGuffey, Gayle 108
McGuire, Bob 123
McKay, Jeanette 46, 131
McKay, Karen 46, 50, 55, 123
McKeand, George 108
McKeand, Jackie 46, 49, 131
McKeand, Pat 13, 40, 42, 49, 108,
McKinley, Danny 131
McKinney, Brooks 109
McKinney, Karen 131
McKissick, Charles 55, 56, 131
McLaughlin, Ann 46, 50, 131
McLaughlin, Pat 109
McNear, Paul 52, 70, 81, 131
McQuiston, Sondra Kay 48, 123
McVey, Harry 109
McVey, James 51, 109
Meeker, Frank 56, 82, 131
Meiser, Sue 44, 109
Melendez, Matias 53, 78, 79, 109
Melson, John 35, 42, 52, 54, 57, 59,
60, 95, 109, 146
Melzer, Jon 109
Mendenhall, Tommy 131
Merritt, Judith 131
Metcalf, William 50, 131
Michael, Daniel 131
Milam, Larry 52, 53, 68, 70, 109,
Martin, Darrell 51, 59, 60, 109
Martin, Mike 50, 52, 53, 83, 123
Martin, Phillip 70, 83, 131
Mason, Mary Paul 43, 45, 47, 49,
59, 60, 109, 136
Mason, Robert 49, 109
Massey, Betty 46, 56, 60, 131
Massey, Larry 53, 64, 65, 109
Massey, Ronnie 47, 55, 131
Matheny, Sandra 123
Mathews, Jerry 123
Matthews, Evelyn 56, 59, 123
Mauck, Larry 131
Maxwell, Bill 109
May, David 123
May, Richard 131
McAdams, Sherrill 61, 123
McAllister, Carole 44, 108
McAllister, Mary Sue 43, 47, 48, 49,
McAllister, Ruth 13, 35, 42, 58, 59,
Miller, Beverley 29, 41, 46, 47, 49,
59, 60, 119, 123, 145
Miller, Charles 49, 60, 61, 131
Miller, David 109
Miller, Diana 41, 46, 123, 145
Miller, Donna 131
Miller, Donya 123
Miller, Phil 131
Miller, Ronnie 61, 123
Miller, Sandra 50, 131
Miller, Tom 42, 43, 47, 58, 59, 60
Minnefield, Joyce 56, 131
Minniear, Joe 48, 123
Minnifield, Bonita 123
Minton, Anna May 131
Minton, Patricia 123
McAtee, Tom 131
McCallister, Bill 123
McCa5iiy, William 70, 75, 78, 126,
McClain, Ronnie 95
McClintick, Jerry 108
McClintock, Jon 52, 54, 95, 108, 141
McCoppin, Grace 123
Misner, Teri 46, 131
Mitchell, Jacqueline 131
Mitchem, Carrie 60, 131
Monday, Nancy 46, 131
Montague, Terry 45, 54, 95, 110, 155
Moody, Linda 61, 131
Moore, Carolyn 131
Moore, Nancy 45, 110
Moore, Thomas 131
Moreland, Carolyn 131
Moreland, Phyllis 110
Morgan, Jimmy 53, 81 '
Morgan, Joyce 49, 110
Morgan, Mark 70, 1317!
Morgan, Marvin 81
Morgan, Mike 50, 52, 65, 75, any
Morrill, Nikki 131 , D
Morris, Jack 52, 53, 78, 79, 110
Riedner, Benny 124
Morris, Jerry 131
Mowrey, Cinda 131
Mullanix, Sue 48, 123
Muller, Dorothy 46, 50, 131
Mullins, Tom 131
Murphy, Yvonne 131
Myers, Robert 123
Nahrwald, Carol 46, 50, 54, 59, 60,
Naselroad, Emmett 78, 131
Nave, Agnes 131
Needler, Rose Ann , 46, 124
Neff, Marcia 45, 1
Neilsen, C l Ann 31
Nelson, Dan 11
Payton, Wandavee 111 Rector, Norval 112
Pearson, George L ' Redding, Wayne 124
Pearson, Patt 7, , 5 , , ,R y, Patricia 46, 124
56, 60, , 1' , Jerry 13 ,
Pe ary Afn 1 Reel, J a ' 46, 50, 54, 132
,Jo 16 Re,fi 12 1
Pemb r ni 46f5 , 131 s, Nancy , ..
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' , agen 46 31 Weichard, wma 46,49,50,124
rry Ja i e 4 , 0,15 Q12 Remley James 132
Perr 1 iam 70, 3 R n , Doug 124
Pe rs, L r we s, ruce 124 Q, U '
Peterso , e 124 0 Q! Rethe ord,,,R 32
Peters n, i a 4 ' 131' , Reveal, 1 et 18, 44, 50, 124, 157
Pflaste , 0, 132 ' 1 ' rds, Betty 1 4 ff yu'
Phelps, ar Beth 58, 59, 0 1 mhaqdson, L M137
142 . Ric a y Anne 2 1
Pherson, Ja - 7' ,I j on, Steve 18, 52, 59, 112,
Pherson, Pat 111 . - ' 151 , . -
Phillippe, Sandra 42 , 111' ce 46, 132
Phillips, Bill 51, 5 . 1 i man, Ea 112
Phillips, Carroll 1 1 Ricketts, Ste en 70,.77, 132
Phillips, Jeanne 44, 49, 56, 59, 60, Ridgley, Fred 65, 124
124 Ridgeway, Nondas 124
Phillips, Joyce 46, 50, 124
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57, 11 157
Judith 46, 124
Nelson, Ma ar
Newbern, y 42, 50, 52, 54, 55,
Newberry, ay 0, 131
ewma , 47, , 5 , 59, 60, 83,
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's y, lma 49, 61, 122, 131
r' Jim 110
rris oyce 59, 60, 124 .
rris, ia 59, 60, 124
ugen ol 51, 110
WSJ Nan 43, 46, 47, 50, 56,
Oakes, Craig 131 -1
O'Brien, David 13, 42, 43, 47, 58,
59. 60, 94. 110 -- 1
O'Dowd, Jackie 124
Ogrburn. Roy 124, 131
OQ'le, Barry 110
Ohler. Jay 110
Oldfield. Sharon 124
Oliver. Dennis 124
O'Neal, Chris 50. 131
Orr, .Tames 50. 52. 55. 56, 57, 131
Orr. Kathv 50. 59. 124
Osborne. Jim 33, 52, 53,, 69, 70, 72,
74, 82. 110
Osborne, William 50, 124
Otto, Jim 110
Owen, Jimmy 131 -
Owens, Jim 49, 111
Owens, Mary Sue 124
Pancol. Nick 50
Parks, Beverly 18, 49, 111
Parks, .Terry 131
Parks, Larrv 124
Parton. Paul 124
Paschal. Judv 131
Pate, Susie 111.
Phipps, Deloris 132
Pickel. Max 42, 53, 81, 111
Pickett, Ron 53, 78, 79, 111
Pitts, Bill 124
Polk, Gloria 132
Polk, Myron 132
Porter, Jerry 61, 132
Porter, Jerry Lee 132
Porter, Leon 124
Potter, Ronnie 124
Powell, Phillip 132
Presser, William 47, 111
Preston, Jane 26, 28, 30, 46, 59,
60, 124, 143
Price, Paul 65, 75, 82, 132
Priest, Stephen 132
Pritchard, Gordon 124
Pritchard, Wilma 45, 48, 111
Prout, Nancy 124
Pryor, James 124
Pryor, Jon 111
Purciful, Eddie 50, 59, 124
Purkey, James 54, 124
Purkey, Voss 53, 82, 112
Puterbaugh, Mary 112
Oualls, Janice 132 '
Quallo, Marie 45, 112
Raekes, Helen 18. 29, 124
Raqer, Jerry 132
Rainer, Deloris 132
Ralston, George 52, 112
Ramsey, Judith Ann 46, 132
Ramsey, Judy Lynn 124
Rambo, Ted 70, 132
Randolph, Gary 124
Ranshaw, Bill 112
Rauer, Tudy 1-24 A 7 '
Ratzlaff, Carol Ann '59, 60, ,112,
Riggs, Sharon 44, 112
Rinker, Phil 49, 112
Ritchey, .Stephen 13-2,
Rittenhouse, Tom 132
Robbins, Pat 112 1
Stephen 124 1
Beth 28, 44, 46, 56, 59,
Ann 49, 124 1
, Douglas 132 - -
, Janice 45, 112
Roby, Dan 13, 18, 42, 50, 52, 59, 60,
Roby, Phil 50, 52, 54, 57, 65, 78, 132
Rogers, Carla 59, 112 A
Roqers. Dave 82, 124 - . -
Rohr, Sharon 112.
Patterson, Buddy 51. 111
Patterson, Esther 124
Patterson, Lnoienne 111
Patterson, Richard 53. 65, '74, 75 -
Susie 45, 111
Rauner, Norman 54, 57, 124
Ray, Bob 124
Ray Fred 124
Ray, James 53, 65, 78, 124, 157
Reggie 50, 52, 70, 132 -
Rayford, Eddie 70, 81, 132
Rayford, Frank 124
Rayford, Lorine 124
Reardon, Becky 50, 1132
Roland, Kenneth 124
Rollins, Elmer 124
Romine, Terry 132
Roof. Dennis 50, 132 -
Roof, Jim 124 .
Rork, Elen 113
Rork. Oren 132 1 -z'
Roseberry, Boyd 124.
Ross, Gay 60, 124'
Rousey, Jim 65. 72. -74 1
Rousey. Linda 44, 46. 132
Rowe. Mike 43. 50. 52. 55. 57, 113
Rozelle. Bob.42."52, 58, 59, 113 I
Rush, Gloria 124 . 1.
Rush, Kathv 46. 49. 55, 60, 132 1
Russell, Mike 54, 56, 132 -V
Russell, Mike W. 124 I
Samnley, Nancy 119, 124
Sandberg, Kay 46, 132
Sanders, Charles 124
Sanders, Jack 124 '
Sanders, Robert 124
Sandford, Judith 18, 29, -30, -50,
Santos, Joan 132 ' 1
Sargent, Sandra 60, 132
Scales, Joyce 52, 132
Scharnowske, Ruth 47, 113
Schattner, Bill 132
Schattner, Robert 49,5113
Scherer, Rebecca 113- V 1
Schildmeier, Carolyn 113 - V
Schildmeier, Ronnie 132 A
Smith, Karel Sue 46, 59, 132
Schlabaugh, Terry 132
Schmitt, Billie 124
Schrope, Fred 65, 132
Schumacher, Stan 54, 56, 57, 124
Schuyler, Harold 124
Schwieger, Kathleen 124
Scott, Lucinda 44, 45, 113
Scott, Sherman 65, 77, 81, 124
Scott, Vicki 44, 46, 50, 132
Scott, Wanda 132
Scovel, James 41, 44, 124, 145
Scroggins, Peggy 50, 132
Seal, Jim 53, 70, 74, 80, 81, 124
Sears, Steve 124
Sells, Larry 13, 42, 43, 113
Seybert, Shirley 46, 49, 55, 60, 132
Seybert, Terry 26, 70, 132
Shafer, Jerry 65, 78, 124 '
Shafer, Jon 50, 59, 124
Shank, Bonnie 13, 42, 45, 113
Shannon, Linda 44, 132
Shaw, Gayle 61, 124
Shaw, John 61, 126, 132
Shaw, Wade 54, 132
Sheets, Judy 113
Sheets, Vicki 44, 124
Shelton, Joyce 44, 45, 59, 60, 113
Shelton, Zella 124
Shepherd, Jim 113
Shields, Ernest 94, 113
Shields, Marsha 60, 132
Shields, Ronnie 124
Shipley, Carl 124
Shipley, Mike 52, 54, 57, 113
Shirley, Wanda 132
Shively, Gretchen 45, 113
Shoemaker, Judy 42, 45, 48, 113
Shoemaker, Karen 44, 46, 50, 132
Silver, Aaron 52, 55, 124
Simmons, John 124
Simpson, Karen 44, 45, 59, 60, 113
Simpson, Marva 124
Simpson, Sandra 46, 50, 55, 124
Sisson, Don 77, 132
Sisson, Larry 125
Skeoch, Graydon 52, 114
Skinner, Nancy 44, 45, 47, 59, 60,
Skinner, Oran 132
Skinner, Stephen 114
Slinkard, Pam 46, 60, 132
Slinkard, Tom 114
Sloan, Joanne 45, 55, 114
Smith, Bob 125
Smith, Charlene 114
Smith, Delores 114
Smith, Diane 125
Smith, Jeffrey 132
smith, Karel Ann sa, 45, 55, so,
Speece, Jerry 48, 125
Speece, Joseph 18, 125
Speece, Ruth Ann' 132
Speedy, Robert 114
Spell, Rex 114
Spencer, Suzan 125
Sprague, Fred 42, 115
Stankey, Lillian 115
Stanley, Margaret 125
Stanley, Sharon 132
Steele, James 18, 43, 50, 53, 74, 75,
78, 119, 125
Steele, Jeannie 46, 47, 125
Stenski, Dinah 125
Stephens, Betty 115
Stephenson, Jerry 83, 132
Steves, Suzie 46, 50, 56, 132
Stewart, Jacqeline 115
Stickradt, Paul 125
Stith, Robert 125
Stokes, Nancy 45, 125
Stokes, Sally 45', 142
Stolle, Mary 46, 132
Stone, Bruce 125
Stookey, David 125
Stoops, Robert 65, 81, 132
Stout, Patty 132
Streaty, Sue 115
Street, Robert 61, 132
Strickland, Wanda 61, 132
Stroud, June 125
Summers, Ervin 132
Surbaugh, Bill 50, 132
Surface, Becky 46, 132
Sutton, Jim 52, 53, 65, 66, 74, 78,
Sutton, Larry 52, 53, 74, 81, 115
Swager, David 60, 61, 132
Swain, Phyllis 46, 55, 125
Swain, Rosemary 132
Swanson, Yvonne 132
Sweigart, Jerry 125
Swift, Joe 42, 52, 115
Swinford, Alan 52, 54, 56, 57, 60,
Sylvester, Melva 46, 56, 126, 132
Sylvester, Melvin 52, 133
Talkington, Jim 54, 133
Tallman, Tom 52, 53, 68, 70, 81, 115
Tappan, Tom 42, 115
Tatman, Max 52, 55, 57, 60, 125
Thompson, Jay 115 '
Thompson, John 47, 54, 56, 57, 125
Thompson Ned 133
Thompson Ray 133
Thornburg, Jan 33, 46, 126, 133
Thurber, Dianna 46, 50, 133
Tibbetts, DeAnna 51, 115
Todd, David 61, 133
Tolbert, Gykala 55, 125
Tolbert, Rita 26, 46, 61, 125
Tolle, Patty 133 '
Toombs, Elizabeth 60, 125
Toombs, Jerry 133
Toombs, Jimmy 61, 125
Toombs, Rex 133
, Danny 133
Smith, Louise 29, 114
Smith, Michael 114
Smith, Peggy 132
Kay 114, 149
Mary 60, 132, 153
Snodgrass, Eddie 114
Snodgrass, Myrna 125
Snowden, Sharon 132
Sorrell, Darlene 114
Sowers, Lynda 60, 132
Sparks, Margaret 114
Spears, James 132
Spears, Linda 132
Taylor, Diana 42, 44, 45, 49, 115
Taylor, Gilbert 70, 133
Taylor, Harry 52, 53, 69, 70, 81,
Taylor, James 125
Taylor, Larry 53, 79, 115
Taylor, Madelyn 50, 56, 125
Taylor, Patricia 133
Taylor, Peggy 125
Taylor, Rex 133
Taylor, Steven 52, 56, 115
Teague, John 53, 68, 69, 70, 72, 74,
75, 78, 79, 115
Tegge, Larry 54, 125
Thomas, Albert 133
Thomas, Bill 125
Thomas, Carrol 125
Kay 29, 125
Marylinda 44, 46, 48, 50,
Thomas, Sharon 133
Thomas, Tom 125
on, Dale 133
Townsend, Bob 70, 75, 81
Townsend, Louie 115
Townsend, Terry 133
Townsend, Willie 61, 133
Travis, Daryl 116
Tremaine, Don 49, 77, 133
Trennepohl, Mary Jean 40, 45, 116,
Tucker, Roger 125
Turner, Leon 125
Turner, Ronnie 49, 116
Turner, Rosalie 116, 141
Tuterow, Lois 18, 43, 125, 142
Tuterow, Marlene 44, 45, 116
Twigg, Joan 116
Tyler, Dinah 28, 29, 42, 45, 116
Tyler, Kay 46, 50, 133
Upshaw, Rex 83, 116
Vance, Larry 52, 53, 68, 70, 75,
Van Dalsen, Jerry 125
Van Ness, Eddie 33, 42, 52, 116
Vasey, Mary Jane 125
Vaughn, Dennis 70, 81, 133
Vaughn, Tom 125
Vermillion, Penny 133
Vess, Mary 49, 125
Vickery, Phyllis 61, 125
Wable, Allen 133
Wable, John 125
Wade, Thelma 116
Wagner, Carl 133
Wagner, Kenny 133
Wagner, Larry 125
Walbridge, Bob 116
Walker, Becky 61, 125
Walker, David 61, 116
Walker, Janet 133
Wallace, Ronald 65, 81, 133
Wallace, Sally 46, 50, 133
Ward, Sharon 46, 133
Warren, Jack 70, 133
Warrum, Sharon 133
Watkins, Nancy 125
Watson, Joyce 116
Watson, Louie 133
Watson, Steve 52, 53, 70, 74, 81,
Waugh, Peggy 125
Waugh, Penny 125
Waymire, Pamela 29, 46, 55, 125
Webb, Claudean 133
Webb, Larry 125
Webster, Judy 45, 54, 55, 60, 116
Welch, James 116
Welch, Mike 116
Welches, Judy 46, 50, 133
Welker, Linda 46, 125
Wellington, Jane 28, 46, 60, 126, 133
Wellons, Branson 133
'Whiteaker ,Roy 133
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Wells, Penny 46,- 61, 133
Wells, Ronnie 47, 116
Whelan, ,Barbara 117
Whitaker, Nora 125
Whiteaker, Janice 117
Whitehouse, Marvin, 133
Whiteman,' Sheron 410, 117,j?.51'i
Whitinger, Wiirfam 50,,52, 73, 133 -
WhitleY,!Joyce 44, 125
Whitman, Howard 49, 50, 65, 1258, A' f
Wicker, Bill 1175" .,
Wiley, John 83, A133
Wiley, Patty 133
Wiley, RicgardH53, 117
Wilhelm? fichard 133
xvilkersrm, William 70, 75, 81, 133
Wilkins, Hamlet 133
Williams, Barbara 117
Williams, Dorothy 133
Williams, Jerry A. 125
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Williams, Jerry 133 Wood, Patsy 46, 55, 133
Williams Paul 117 Woodall, Japheus 133
Williams Sally Ann 61, 133 Woods, Jerry 133
Williams Stanley 133 Woods, Yvonne 50, 61, 125
Williams Steve Wools Linda
Williams, Tom 33, 42, 52, 53, 70, W 1 ' P 45 117
,f ,,f 74, 33, 117 005' eggy 1
, ,. Wil1is7Charlotte 56, 117
Willis, Mildred 133
r !Wills, Harriett 133
., 1' U Wilson, Connie 117
Wilson, Donald 49, 61, 133
Wilson, Janice 50, 60, 133
1 Wilson, Judith 18, 46, 50, 59, 60
Wilson, Ronald 133
Winemiller, Bill 61, 133
Winemiller, Nancy 95, 117
Winter, Etna Elizabeth 133
Wise, Garry 133
Wittebort, Judith Ann 122, 133
Wolverton, Betty 43, 44, 46, 50, 61
Wood, Kay 50, 125
Sharon 56, 117
Wright, Cynthia 18, 42, 117
Wright, David 133
Wright, Judi 126, 133
Wright, Robert 125
Wyatt, Sally 45, 118
Wykoff, Paul 50, 70, 75, 83, 133
Wynn, Janet 42, 45, 118
York, Dave 125
Yost, Mary Catherine 118, 149
Young, Maggie 86, 125
Youngblood, Epolian 70
Younger, Joyce 125
Zirkle, Patricia Ann 133
4 Free Education is the Key to Our Story
Producing a yearbook such as the 1959
Indian involves keen imaginations, unlimited
planning, and hard work. However, staff
members, in using the big "A" as their
theme, discovered that putting out the '59
edition of the annual gave them a chance to
express their opinions of the present AHS
system of education, a syste-m that the staff
felt is paving the way for future Anderson
'A hearty thanks goes out to the profes-
sional craftsmen who helped to produce the
annual. Engravings and color photography
were done by Mr. Richard Brier, Capitol
Engraving Co., Springfield, Ill., group pho-
tography by Mr. Russ Forkner, Elite Studio,
Anderson, underclass pictures by Mr. Doyle
Fox, Delmar Studios, Andersong printing by
Hudson Printing Co., Andersong covers by
S. K. Smith Co., Chicago, and binding by
the Commercial Service Co., Anderson.
The 1958 rating of "Medalist" by the
Columbia Scholastic Press Association in-
spired the 1959 staff in putting out the 51st
editio-n of the Indian.
The year is over now, and another deadline
has been met. The 1959 Indian S-taff takes
great pride in working on such a book, and
hopes that every reader will receive the best
of enjoyment from its contents.
U N 1959 INDIAN STAFF
'I U Dave DeBolt .....,............ Co-Editor-in-chief
, Pat McKeand ................ Co-Editor-in-c ' ' '
F U 1 Janice Byrum ............. ......... A ctivit
xv' Q ' K! Xllplarylgegn Trennepohl .... ....... A ctgvitie -
an u son ............ .... p Orts
1 U 1 Li! Connie Gusrin ......... --- Faciilfi- X
U MO!! Thelma Manuel --- ..... Facultyep
CJ Donna Grant ........ ....... S eniors
' ' r , Sheron Whiteman .... ......... S eniors Q KN-
1 I Q U X Janice Branch ....... .... U nderclasses A
' 1 0 garfaal1gad?iegring .... .... U nderclasies
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OV W , Larry Contos .... ..... A dvertising
9, 1 if Jane Hamilton --- --s .... Circulation '
Jr X . Nancy Hartzell ...,.........,.... Office Manager
V V Steve Givens ..................,... Photography
U ' K1 1959 JUNIOR STAFF
Janet Alleman Kenneth Heavilin A
- Q sandi cox Eddie McCrocklin
'l Norma Jean Cripe Beverley Miller
- Judy Cron Diana Miller
Mr. Frank Woschitz ....... Business and Editorial
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