Arlington High School - Rambler Yearbook (Arlington, IN)

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RAMBLER 1963 •-% V-v: V- V. -v -. V■, :• ' -,-- V.-- A -. w - " :;;f5 3 1 1 1 3 1833 01215 6862 GENEALOGY 9 77.209 ARSeR 1963 This is the beginning of our story Our day begins when we arrive at sch- ool. As we attend our daily classes, pause for a few minutes to visit with our friends, and participate in numerous activities, we gain valuable knowledge which will aid us throughout our lives. 1963 JVrlington Indiana ) Dr. Casey comes to our Halloween party. ) September and back to the books! K. P. Duty for Senior Supper. TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION Page 3 ACTIVITIES 5 SPORTS 17 UNDERCLASSMEN 27 DEPARTMENTS 41 SENIORS 55 ADVERTISING 62 ' Vote Federalists " was the cry heard in November. Dreaming of graduation in May Get that ball was the cheer heard from November to February. Rehearsing for the Senior Play in October. tWcaton We, the Senior Class of 1963, are happy to dedicate this y e arb ook to our school, sponsors, parents, and community. This is a small expression of gratitude for the ad- vice and consultation which we received from 1951, when w e were shy, frightened first graders until now, when we are Seniors. Although we have almost completed our days at Arl- ington High School, their encouragement and understanding will remain with us the rest of our lives. M ,.1 cttlJttt S Although our activities this year were numerous and exciting, it is obvious that basketball still ranks at the top! As usual. Senior Cords became a fad and tended to shock onlookers. Good sportsmanship unites us all. fhxitd tttott " One shot, men! " The magic touch that wins us games. Qlreat s xtxitmtni Two points for Malcolm! ! One of the shots that brought victory against the Jackets ! Two penny pret- zels, please! " A typical scene at the noon hour in the candy room. " Indeed these lovelies do say it with music ! " Throughout the year the monaires, under the direction Miss Parkinson and accompani by Dick Walke, sing at various school activities as well as col functions. i ith Music can be said in various ways as proven by our sixty-piece band under the directions of Mr. Robert Weeks. From basketball shows to con- certs, from throbbing jazz rhythms to Brahm ' s lullaby, our band truly gives the people of Arlington something to be proud of. .♦ CM C ' . . ¥f ' -i • The Junior Band members do a fine job of marching as well as concert work. Their main activities include putting on half-time shows at the junior high games and participating in the annual spring festival. jBysit These are some of the various ensembles who represent our school at the Solo and Ensemble Contest every year. HIGH steps our Drum Major, " On guard! " This band show present- ed at the Morris- town ballgame was one of the many fine performances given by our talented major- ettes this year. iKartb A shrill whistle blast cuts the air, the rhythm of a snare drum sets the pace, and here comes the WILDCAT BAND. , o,v.. The responsibility of the band of- ficers is to help our director in plan- ning the activities for the band. The officers are also displaying their band sweaters which are awarded in the jun- ior year of high school. " ' r n C r? r Boys 4-H Club " Future Leaders ' of America ' The two 4-H Clubs together sponsor the annual Produce Show. Their motto is " To Make the Best 12 Better. " Girls 4-H Club - " Busy Bees " re H y Bii f I students stream from the building during fire drill in order to maintain our record of fifty-three seconds. or ' gljtr om al The line-up at our fall election. " Prepare for the future, " advises our guidance teacher. ' Spiked cider, anyone ' TWELVE YEARS TOGETHER " My how tliey ' ve changed! says our former first grade teacher, Mrs. Francis Pitts. 13 is foltl. - . There ' s nothing quite like dissecting a fish : Biology class before lunch. Karen seems to be getting a great deal of assistance placing trophies in our new trophy case. ■■i- ' l. % - The fifth and sixth graders board bus for their field trip. The Swain boys won a prize for their robot costumes at the Halloween party. Morris Kennedy ' s New Year ' s resolution was to study!. . . (a little) ambkr taff l|a is Planning, planning, and more planning go into the making of Rambler ' 63. Underclassmen gain experi- ence for future Stl]ool Jliit at Composing a yearbook is a big responsibility. It is our duty to capture and condense the important events of the school year into this book so they may be enjoyed and re-lived agai and again by all. Sports Coach Knoop issues instruc- tions in the final strenuous minutes of the hard- fought Morristown game. Victory was ours by a one point margin. t Olam — Wt Sa i t Olonqu rtl ■ Parsttg asfeetball SEASON ' S RECORD Arlington 53 Morristown 51 Arl Lngton 54 Fayette Central 42 Arlington 45 Straughn 44 Arl ngton 55 Carthage 48 Arlington 50 Mays 45 Arl ngton 41 Manilla 51 Arlington 48 Milroy 43 Arl Lngton 48 Lewisville 45 Arlington 50 New Salem 63 Arl ngton 50 Waldron 66 Arlington 57 Carthage 56 Arl ngton 50 Clark Township 49 Arlington 48 Manilla 42 Arl ngton 63 Triton 61 Arlington 55 Charlottesville 43 Arl ngton 45 Southwestern 47 Arlington 45 St. Paul 58 Arlington 66 Morton 50 RUSH COUNTY TOURNEY SECTIONAL TOURNEY Arlington 50 Milroy 48 Arlington 36 New Salem 3- Arlington 37 Manilla 31 Arlington 49 New Salem 68 Frank Pitts - Slick ' A fine corner shooter and rebounder, Frank always gives his best. Kenny Beckner A spot starter and reserve, he showed fine defensive poise. Edwin Beckner " Monk " Edwin, .who was slowed by a back injury, was a good outside shooter and a hustler on defense. Malcolm Beckner " Cricket " Although slowed by an ankle injury, Malcolm gave an outstanding early performance. Bill Kramer - " Willie " An excellent rebounder, Bill was chosen to be a member of the All County First Team. David VanOsdol David, who was a good outside shooter, did a fine job as a reserve. Alvin Holmes Alvin with his fine attitude and desire gave spark to both offense and defense Alvin McFatridge A very quick ball player, he performs well both as a starter and reserve. Warren Kemple " Shorty " Although small in stat- ure, Warren is tall in desire and hustle. Johnny Baker ■ B-F i H " Rabbit " ■ f jv B With the quickest hands B ' vvW I on the team, John was a K r K Jk H hustler at all times ■ ' L. B whether the team was ■ H V- .J B I ahead or behind. He H H ii was also chosen for H B Ih BI the All County First H v k. 1 Team. 1 in ' t txtit am LU ■w. :y u II M IE SEASON ' S RECORD Arlington 33 Morristown 52 Arlington 23 Straughn 20 Arlington 36 Mays 31 Arlington 31 Milroy 37 Arlington 43 New Salem 36 Arlington 34 Carthage 38 Arlington 26 Manilla 33 Arlington 36 Charlottesville 57 Arlington 23 St. Paul 30 Arlington 39 Fayette Central 31 Arlington 30 Carthage 33 Arlington 26 Manilla 38 Arlington 23 Lewisville 30 Arlington 27 Waldron 49 Arlington 32 Clark Township 26 Arlington 38 Triton 58 Arlington 31 Southwestern 58 Arlington 27 Morton 34 22 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS STUDENT MANAGERS THE UNGLORIFIED HEROES OF OUR TEAM JUNIOR HIGH BALL TEAM •mmmeiHgmmmmsm. fi ZJ " lit jetton - jetton - jetton 3fall Sports The Kats battery positions were held by Edwin Beckner and Bill Kramer doing the hurling and Malcolm Beckner catching. Coach Knoop ' s team went into the county tourney with a record of four wins and two defeats. The Wildcats seized the county champion- ship for the second consecutive year. The Wildcat batmen ended a very successful season with a record of seven wins in nine starts. During the season the Kats lost no starts to a county team. Their only two defeats were handed to them by Shelby County teams. Leading hitters for the Township Sluggers were Malcolm Beckner, John Baker, Bill Kramer. BASEBALL SEASON ' S RECORD Arlington 3 Arlington 8 Arlington 3 Arlington 4 Arlington 2 Arlington 1 Rush Co. Tourney Arlington 3 Arlington 7 Arlington 4 Carthage Mays Morton Manilla Triton Southwestern Manilla Mays Milroy CROSS COUNTRY TEAM % I m Pndcrclassm n A bell rings, doors open, and stu- dents emerge from every direct- ion- --HELP ! ! ! tntlcrgartcn ROW ONE: Miss Parkinson, Tim Commons, Karen Tryon, Angela Gahimer, Debbie Griffin, Lance Hutchinson. ROW TWO: Joe Kemple, Steve Knoop, Darlen Law, Diana Lee, Benny Long, Denise Mitchell. ROW THREE: David Newman, Nancy Proctor, Tina Smiley, Cindy Spurlin, Anita Stout, Debbie Sunman, ROW FOUR: J. R. Swain, Mike Wagner, Jenny Wainscott. I irat Cirade ' ,.M: O I ( 9 ROW ONE: Mrs. Pitts, Dean Adkins, Pamela Adkins, Sue Clayton, Phillip Grif- fin, Cheryll Guthrie. ROW TWO: Frank Harpring, David Hendershott, Joey Hinton, Danny James, Robin Johnson, Arlene Kennedy. ROW THREE: Debra Kennedy, Cathy Logan, Ross Logan, Charles Mayse, Max McMichael, Linda Pike. ROW FOUR: Daniel Rigsbee, Darlene Romans, Phil Swain, Kathryn Tryon, Carlos Webb, Ricky Williams. cconrf (Bvndt pf ... ■;-. 1 ' ROW ONE: Mrs. Addison, Charlene Becraft, David Davis, Rebecca Dyer, Jeanelle Farlow, Kelly Hamilton. ROW TWO: Rebecca James, Kathryn Johnson, Thomas Israel, Michael Kemple, Dale Law, Kevin Lee. ROW THREE: Teresa Linville, Karen Mann, Jane McFatridge, Danny Mofield, Donna Mofield, Greg Moore. ROW FOUR: Cynthia Nelson, Ronald Romans, Max Smiley, Maria Veatch, Nancy Wainscott, Gary Wesley. I nil]ird Cfrade ifh 9 il .. ' i ROW ONE: Mrs. Macy, Janet Adkins. Bart Alexander, Donald Anderson, Ronald Anderson, John Bitner. ROW TWO: Ricky Blessinger, Nancy Clayton, Chris Goforth, Rita Hendershott, Tommie Hinton, Theresa Kennedy. ROW THREE: Garth Lee, Jody Macy, James Mofield, Linda Mull, Jo Ellen McCloskey, Mark Spurlin. ROW FOUR: Leisa Steffey, Barbara Stout, Jamie Sullivan, Bonnie Thompson, Mickey Webb, Treasure Wells. ROW FIVE: Wayne Williams, Bill Woods. ROW ONE: Mrs. Beckner, Patty Adkins, Roger Anderson, Nita Cadwallader, Judy Catt, John Commons. ROW TWO: Carol Dyer, Roger Goode, David Griffin, Kristina Hinton, Loren Irvine, Brian Kemple. ROW THREE: Robert Ken- nedy, Nida Linville, Melissa McMichael, Brenda Mohr, Thomas Piles, James Proctor. ROW FOUR: Rebecca Rigsbee, Anita Spurlin, Michael Swain, Marcus Veatch, Michaela Wainscott, Dale Ward. ROW FIVE: Stephen Webb, Roxanne Webster. Jfiftl] dradi 33 ROW ONE: Mrs. Benson, Goldie Beckner, i Nina Draper, Mary Dyer, Jack Hawkins, Lloyd Hutchinson. ROW TWO: Joyce Israel, Jackie James, Connie Johnson, Jimmie Logan, Brent Lord, Nancy Macy. ROW THREE: Lona McCloskey. Joe Parks, Kenneth Pike, Walby Schuck, Kenya Steffey, Charles Stout. ROW FOUR: Joanna Sullivan, Patricia Swain, Cynthia Wagner. txtl] (§rnde f% ROW ONE: Mrs. Kesler, Jo Alexander, Sherry Bee raft, Garry Cooley, Cathy Commons, Jo Ann Dyer. ROW TWO: Marilyn Fancher, Mike Gahimer, Donna Grinstead, Brenda Higgins, Sharon John- son, Freddie Lee. ROW THREE: Daniel Linville, Keith Linville, David Mitchell, Marilyn Potts, Richard Rigs- bee. Alan Ronan. ROW FOUR: Darlene Schrier, Mark Steward, Steve Swain. Ij tttl] (Bvndt ROW ONE: Mr. Heath, Jerry Sullivan, Bobby VanOsdol, Linda Davis, David Logan, Diane Adkins. tgl|tl| drarfi ROW ONE: Regiiia Beach, Patty Bee raft, Sharon Burris, Beth Ann Cadwallader, Sharon Catt, David Commons. ROW TWO: Connie Dalrymple, Randy Goode, Bobby Grinstead, Leroy Hendershott, Kaye He yitt, Eddie Higgins. ROW THREE: Karlyn Irvine, Rita Kennedy, Jane Macy, Marlene McCorkhill, Bonnie Montgomery, Barbara Parks. ROW FOUR: Johnnie Price, Tom Sailor, Carla Steffey, Sue Thompson, Denny Woods, Jim Wooten. rcstimcn i ' fy%A- " mi ROW ONE: Mr. Knoop, Freddie Linville, Kenny Beckner, Steve Bitner, Susi Price, Judy Burris. ROW TWO: Charles Butts, Kaye Chrisman, Phillip Geise, Sandra Grinstead, David Hamilton, Wade Hunt. ROW THREE: Sue Ellen James, Eileen McFatridge, Marilyn McFatridge, Elizabeth McMichael, Saundra Pike, Mary Jane Steward. ROW FOUR: Johnnie Sullivan, Kenneth Thompson, Karen Wainscott, Mark Wainscott, Max Ward, Sheila Wooten. opliomores ROW ONE: Mrs. Shelton, Larry Mull, Cynthia Wicker, Joyce Kemple, Pam Swain, Judy Adkins. ROW TWO: Joe Catt, Ronnie Cline, Dwain Dearinger, Fred Fan- cher, Marshall Goode, Jim Hawkins. ROW THREE: Linda Hendershott, Jimmie Irvine, Eva Kennedy, Margo,Macy, Mark Macy, Dennis Mann. ROW FOUR: Harry McFatridge, Karen Piles, Harry Smith, Nonta Smith, Tanya Steffey, Diane Woods. HI untors ■ ' ' ' % ' -K- ' ROW ONE: Mr. Winton, Miss Fischer, Paul Linville, Warren Kemple, Donna Nelson, Alan Chrisman. ROW TWO: John Baker, Linda Becraft, Connie Bitner, Norman Goode, Ronnie Higgins, Larry Hill. ROW THREE: Alvin Holmes, Frank Jones, Morris Kennedy, Alvin McFatridge, Frank Pitts, Janet Ronan. ROW FOUR: David Van Osdol, Dick Walke, Patty Wann, John Wells, Steve Wilson, Aleta Wooten. 39 4 departments Many pamphlets and much information is available to aid our teachers in guiding students for their careers in life. W BB BmSgSi JVrfmtntstratton PRINCIPAL - MR. DONALD HEDRICK TRUSTEE - MR. VIRGIL PARKS ADVISORY BOARD Mr. John Rigsbee Mr. Robert Williams Mr. Leland VanOsdol (H ammtrtt MRS. JEAN SHELTON Indiana University B.S. Typing Shorthand Office Practice Bookkeeping Guidance Director Sophomore Class Sponsc Typing requires true concentration as is shown on the faces of the class members. Three Junior girls take dictation in shorthand class. MR. WILLIAM WILT Indiana Central College B.S. Biology 9 General Science 7 and 8 Grade School Science 1-6 History 7 Geography 7 Senior Class Sponsor Visual Aids Director Rambler Sponsor Pictured at top right shows fifth grade boys looking at the planetarium at Butler University Sixth grade boys examine the huge telescope. In the Clock Room a guide explains about the time difference around the world. titntt Biology classes have many new experiences working in the laboratory. They make discover- ies in dissection work, the use of microscopes, testing foods, etc. atl] MR. EVERETT HEATH Hanover College A, B. Indiana University M.S. Geometry 10 Solid Geometry and Trigonometry 12 Physics 11 and 12 General Mathematics Algebra 9 Advanced Algebra 11 Eighth Grade Sponsor Mr. Heath is ready and wil- ling to give assistance to members of his algebra class. The members of physics class discuss a possible solution to one of the experiments. foetal turft s MR, JAMES WINTON Indiana Central College B.S. Government 12 U.S. History 11 World History 10 Arithmetic 8 History 8 Health 9 and 10 (Boys) Assistant Coach Junior Class Sponsor Mr. Winton explains how to use a voting machine with the help of a sample ballot to two Government students. Linda and Randy recieve assistance on an Indiana History assignment. ngltgti t (iifiim ' m ' Piiii 1I " A Funny Thing Happened to nie on the Way to the Forum " featuring the Elvis Presley (Larry Mull) of the Roman era. MRS. VADA LORD Oakland City College B.A. English 10, 11, 12 Girls Physical Education Latin I Junior Play Sponsor Juniors work on their English workbooks, which are a new addition to the Literature course. Mrs. Lord is adjusting one of tlie latest Roman fashions on her student Tanya Steffey. MR. PAUL POTTS Purdue University B.S.A. Vocational Agriculture 7-12 Shop 9 and 10 F.F.A. Sponsor F.F.A. Basketball Coach 4-H Adult Leader Senior Class Sponsor Mr. Potts, a very devoted teacher, shows three of the Junior High students the assets of using hybrids for increased corn yield. Agriculture i Freshman and sophomore boys gain valuable experience in carpentering. otttB Economics MISS ELINOR FISCHER Eastern Kentucky State College B, S. Home Economics 7-12 Arithmetic 7 Safety 8 Health 7 Health 9 and 10 (Girls) Junior Class Sponsor 4-H Adult Leader How to measure a skirt hem correctly is only one of the many valuable sewing skills the girls in Home Economics acquire. It ' s amazing what one can find in old refrigerators! MR. MARVIN KNOOP Indiana Central College B.S. English 7, 8, 9 Drivers ' Training Physical Education Varsity Coach Freshmen Class Sponsor Joe Catt and Jim Hawkins receive instructions from Mr. Knoop about the parts of a car ' s engine. pi|gstcal Education " Hustle, boys. " is the cry heard in physical education. MISS JANICE PARKINSON State University of New York B.S. Jordan College of Music Butler University M.M. Kindergarten Harmonaires Grade School Music 1-6 Music 7-8 Grade School Physical Education Sophomore Class Sponsor A new experience was offered to pre- school children when a kindergarten was established this year at Arlington Karen Wainscott receives tips to improve her playing ability on the clarinet. Why the ruler, Mr. Weeks ? MR, ROBERT WEEKS Butler University B. M. Washburn College B. M. University of Kansas B.M. Marching Band Concert Band Junior Band Private Lessons Music 7-8 Seventh Grade Class Sponsor iu SIC bm ntarg Education MRS. FRANCES PITTS Central Normal Butler University MRS. MARY ADDISON Ball State Teachers College Butler University MRS. REBA MACY Marion College MRS. MARY BECKNER Butler University MRS. MARY BENSON Indiana Unviersity MRS, MARTHA KESLER Central Normal ■ 4 0l{tntl - - 2[l|e - - tmt% These " behind-the-scenes " people, whom we often overlook, are the ones who really make the " wheels of our school turn. " Our janitor, Omer Meredith, is dedi- cated to keeping our building clean and warm. Our cooks, Lorene Buchanan and Bertha Ronan, serve us tempting and nourishing meals. The bus drivers--Fritz Patterson, Terry Wooten, Freddie Mann, Wilburn Ward, and Marlin Benson- -regardless of the weather, make certain the students of Arlington get to school on time. »W ySH ctt K tutors The senior year of high school offers to a class many new and challenging responsibilities. This picture shows one of our most enjoyable tasks--tliat of decorating for the Christmas season. KAREN SUE DAVIS Class Treasurer 1, 2; Class Secretary 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; French Club 2. WAYNE EDWIN BECKNER Class President 2; Class Vice-President 3-4; Basketball 2, 3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Vice-President 4; French Club 2, 3; Senior Play; Junior Play. WILLIAM JOSEPH KRAMER Class President 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,2,, A F.F. A. 1,2, 3,4; F.F. A. President 4; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Junior Play; Rambler Staff, Sports King Candidate 3. RITA MARIA ADDISON Class Treasurer 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Vice-President 3; Band Treasurer 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4; 4-H 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Presi- dent 3; County DAR Good Citizen; Girls State 3; Journalism Club 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Rambler Staff, Editor; F.F. A. Sweetheart 3, 4; Queen Candidate 3; Pep Club 1.2, 3.4. SANDRA KAY BENSON Band 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2; Featured Twirler 3,4; Class Secretary 1; Latin Club Secretary 1; French Club Secre- tary; Girls ' State Alternate; Band Sec- retary 3, 4; Journalism Club 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Cheer- leader 3; Rambler Staff, Co-Ed.; Special Music 1, 2, 3,4; 4-H 1,2, 3,4; Cheerblock 1.2. 3; 1 C5 MALCOLM KEITH BECKNER Class President 1; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 3; Latin Club President 1; [ ■ J ' French Club President; Band 1,2, 3,4; Band Treasurer 3; Band B. M President 4; Baseball rr 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; i I H Senior Play; Rambler A __,- Staff, Ad Mgr. ; Boys ' L hp State 3; Special Music 1, 2, 3, 4; King Candi- date 1. ■ v l ■ H A ( 1 PHILLIP DUANE DALRYMPLE Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Cross Country 1, 2 F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; F. F. A. Basketball 3,4; F. F.A. Secretary 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Vice- President 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club Captain 4; Junior Play Senior Play. STEVEN EARL IMACY F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; F. F. A. Reporter 4; F.F.A. Basketball 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. DONALD LEE ADKINS F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 3; Baseball 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. isketball 2, 3; F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.F.A. Vice- President 4; F.F.A. Basketball 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. JAMES EDWARD WOLF Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basket- ball 1; Junior Play; Senior Play. VICTOR LEE IRVINE F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.F A. Basketball 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. CLIFFORD ARNOLD MAPLE Basketball 1; F.F.A. 3, 4; F.F.A. Basket- ball 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Cross Country 1,2; Baseball 1. FREDERICK WILLLA.M HILL Senior Play; Junior Play. tnxxtt Qllass sponsors MR. PAUL POTTS MR. WILLIAM WILT During the course of our years in high school, we have known many joys and disappointments. We would like to express our deepest appreciation to our sponsors for their being A guide to us, A friend and counselor, A leader in school spirit; In recognition for Their untiring efforts. Their patience with our problems. And their genuine interest in us all; We dedicate this page to Mr. Paul Potts and Mr. William Wilt, t ut ht tnntxk •a ARLINGTON STATE BANK 3% INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS REAL ESTATE - PERSONAL LOANS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED MEMBER F.D. I.C. ARLINGTON, INDIANA J RUSHVILLE BOWL Summer or Winter 3owling Is Fun For All Br i ng The Fami 1 y 12 Lanes - Snack Bar AMF Automatic Pinspotters Rushv i 1 1 e , I ndi ana J. E. DEAN SALES INC. Phone 932-3986 R. 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